Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 18, 1954
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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CITIZENS RATE STARKELast From Little Shovelfuls Starke's Housing Prospects BrightenAs


month the Telegraph published the following questionaireon Mighty Projects Grow \Work( Begins On Demetre e Project

its editorial page and asked the people of Starke and Bradford
County to "take stock" of their community. :: < '" : ',
'-,'::": When we published the questionaire we set a goal of 30 out of 40 "., Contractor Ben F. Hall markedthe said this will continue until there

(or 75 per cent) "Yes" answers before we'd c.nsider Starke a town its.. "beginning of the end" for are no more buyers or the 135-
|house mark is reached.
citizens could be proud of. Staike's housing shortage Wednes- '
i i!i. Thomas said that the houses
We then interviewed 86 citizens, young and aid, to see how they :i.r .? day when he began initial con-
were designed to fit Starke
i' ,. rated their community. We selected a junior-senior class in"Amer- : struction on Starke's potential 135= !I
basic need low down
,; I a payment
: 1"t" ican Problems" at BHS and two of Starke's largest and most active ifi3 house development being financedby II I.and low monthly payments. He

organizations the PTA and the American Legion as our representative Demetree Builders, Inc. of said that the houses will range

groups. We received questionnaires from 31 students. 29 Jackson ille. between $8,300 and 10000.

parent-teachers, and 26 Legionnaires. Hall is starting work on the Down payments for veterans

Beginning next week the Telegraph will begin a series of articles i nrst 27 houses to be built in the i will be $350 and for FHA loans

analyzing many of the points brought out by this survey. It is our = Saratoga Heights" subdivision. I begin at $1,050. Veterans paymentswill _

hope that by looking further into many of Starke's assets and liabil- Realtor A. J. Thomas said that I be from $52.15 to $61.60 per

iti'-.;. we may open the way for new improvements and attitudes that .vhen the first 27 houses ,are sold month for 25 years, including 4

A ill eventually make Starke a better place to live. t Irk will! begin on 27 more. He''' 1-2 per cent interest. FHA monthly -
I payments will be from $5132to
Here was the survey's findings. More than half of those int.-rt -
tewed gave Starke "Yes" answers on 28 out of 40 questions, 01 70
Brooker Ships The sub-division is made up
!le'! rent. '
of three bedroom houses and is

HATE YOUR T0HrAT{ located near the western city

Total Answers limits of Starke. The access roadto
SCHOOL DAYS ARE COOL DAYS lor these youngsters! who aretaking Yes No Ben Hall takes the first shovelful of dirt in the construction of 27 33 Melon Cars : the subdivision leads off State

part in Bradford's County's summer school swimming program. new houses to be built Demetree Builders I ITh Road 100
Most high school graduates stay in town. 2 66 by Inc. of Jacksonville. west of ED Prevatt's
1'iotiired above are a of beginners raising the hand 'ltf their
group Interested onlookers home.
are ((1 to r) Carl John.ho e first truckload ofbl.ldint '
Getting a loan on a sound business venture is easy. 9 42 >i-tv-three carloads of water-
"buddy" In a beginning suimmiRg class. The "buddy" system is aged :; materialhas just armed; A. J, Thomas Sr., Mho will sell
The local paper constantly pushes civic improvements. 66 9 melons have been shipped from'
to prevent the straying of a single swimmer from the sight i of the the houses; and \V. C. Dt.nlt'trtthu is financing the :Activities Slow
new detelop-
43 19
There's a Chamber of Commerce with a live-wire manager Brooker. with the price per car
others. To the rear an intermediate class is receiving a more advanced ment.
Local speeders pay the same fine as out-of-towners. 29 29 running from $165 to about $225. ,
lesson in the lied Cross program. Below another group of beginnersare At Starke MarketActivities
There's a place to swim within easy reach. 53 22 For a few days at the opening of
splashing' under the watchful supervision of 110rtlprt'n..
Young couples have little trouble finding a place to live. 33 41 the season, melons brought a high'of

The head of your government is a "get-things-done" man. 31 18 Brooker Eyes Tobacco As Last HopeOf $175 per car. but the price fell on the Starke Market -

Town entrances are free from junk, shacks and billboards. 16 56Teachers' off sharply, and has been at an slowed down this week but
Hospital Fund Swells to $116,800! extremely low level since. Luther Hilliard
and Bob Turnerare
salaries are better than the state average. 13 42
Out of Financial HoleWith A still buying limas and
There's at least one doctor per 800 people in your county. 29 40 Pulling grower estimated that a price ,[ pepper
of about $400 car is the lowest field peas, according to market
There's a good library with a good selection of recent books. 60 9 per
As County Receives Racing Tax FundThe growers can make a profit on. On manager, M. R. Judd.

Newcomers quickly feel they're part of the town. 49 19 tobacco their last hope of There are 108 growers of tobacco an average, a vented railroad car! Growers sold 6,799 packages of

Schools have plenty of room for students. 9 63 pulling out of a financial hole in the county, who have allot-;; holds from 950 to 1025 melons; j produce, with revenue of 13396.
fund available for buildinga received in one in of of town. 23; 16 the farmers around Brooker who '
year excess Fire insurance rates are low for your type ments calling for plantings a refrigerated cor holds from 875'90, last week, as follows:
Bradford County hospital swelled -, $80.000 by Bradford County, be Service, veterans' and women's clubs team up on projects. 31 23 have an allotment are busy these I to 975. !
amounting 348.9 acres. However Pepper, 2.816, $1.25 $1.75
to $116,800 this week, wren turned over to the hospital corp- .. Scout 6S 6 days gathering, stringing, and firj j r i
There is an active, well-organized Boy troop. The flood of melons the;
on $4,224.00 corn 1,299, $1.50 -
tobacco. 326.6 have ;
i acres
Mrs Louise Kite, treasurer, boardof jrution. In 1952, the corporation ing actually.
A modern hospital is within your trading area. 4 61 market was attributed to late) 2.()()
$ $2,273.25 cucumbers 1,802.
: from ;
shipped'been ,
trustees, Bradford County Hospital received $32,000; in 1953, $42,800: Some melons are being | planted ranging size
All streets are and sidewalks are in good condition. 13 55 freezes south of here, which make $2.50 $4.00 $5,856.50 ,
paved ,
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Corporation, received a tad so far in 1954, $42,000. One by rail, ahd a small volume of i fractional acres up to 33 acres. t trepkuitings peas
check for Well-stocked stores keep shoppers in town. 36 37 ;: is the Brook- necessary. This upset j 821 $1.00 -- $1.25, $944.15; egg-
$4,000 from Circuit I additional nayment from the racing pepper going through ) The quality looks good, Huggins
Court Clerk Charles Darby, as I taxes is expected from the,, There's a hotel or motel you'd enjoy; if you were a visitor. 82 0 i!er Market, according to Ralph Net- ]said, with yield possibly a little the usual schedule whereby mel- i plant. 60., $1.50 $1.75, $99.00.

Bradford County's June share of Comptroller's Office later this It's easy to find parking space in the business section. 34 31'ties, market manager. j better than last year. Otis in this area mature when; Judd said that he is offering

the state racing tax returns, month. i At least one restaurant serves outstanding meals. 71 6 At'this stage, the tobacco crop': The Brooker area had a good there are few melons produced i market space to the Green Bay

from the State Comptroller's Of- Mrs. Kite appeared before the The sewer extension program is keeping pace with new looks spotty, according to county i rain last Saturday, but it was accompanied elsewhere. to'i' Food Co., who buy red pepper.
Another factor, according The reported price he is willingto
fice. commission to agent George Huggins.
county recently 24 35 ; with heavy winds and
Legislation provides that all request that the county clear the It's housing.to get volunteers for any worthwhile project. 41 27 "There is some excellent tobacco i some hail. Two fields of tobacco one source, is that the weather)!i, pay is .75 per hamper. Farmers -
easy north has been unfavored for interested are advised to contact -
monies from racing tax returns land of stumps where the 25-bed for farm folks in town. 33 32 on the heavier land which has !I belonging to John McNeal and > I
Public toilets are provided the consumption of melons. He Judd.
nospital is to be located. The moisture Warren Mizelle. I
good retaining qualities. respectively were
Prompt, reasonable priced ambulance service is available 58 8 claims that in temperatures of The figure reported for May
commision agreed to do everything but on the sandy land the crop has ruined by hail with nothing but
Red PepperDeal I I I Good zoning keeps factories away from residential areas. 25 22 85 degress or lower, people do sale of sweet corn was $6,316.50; -
in its power to speed the been hurt b\ dry weather"Tom stalks left standing.
,building. There's an annual Clean-Up, Paint-Up Fix-Up week. 30 27 not eat many melons. it should have been $85.816.64. 'I

I Plans the I the community are well lighted. 42 32 ------
for Streets throughout
hospital are expected -
Sought Here I to be completed by the More than half the church congregation are younger Starke's National Guard Prepares To Board Camp-Bound Train
..architect by July 1. Approval is than 40. 43. 20

)then required by State Internal Shade trees line nearly all the streets. 52 19 -

ByNortheplFinn. Improvement Commission, and by water. 73 4 U 4Wb.
1 There's an ample supply of good drinking .
the U. S. Public Health Service.
There's a recreation center where young people can get
When this is obtained, the corp
28 4*
The Green Bay Food Corporation oration will advertise for const i together. ..

is interested in setting up a i !uction bids. 'The business section has a modern prosperous look. 39 31

ted pepper deal here if enough !I It is expected that matching!, There's as much interest in local as national elections. 64 8 Li r :.

farmers are interested, according!Federal', funds will be available i The tax rate is attractive to new industry. 52 7 4 !t
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to an announcement yesterday by for the hospital after July 1. ',:There's a community council to guide town progress. 29 22There's

11 State R Judd Farmers manager Market.of the Starke Mrs. Marian Howe : Firemen an must active take PTA.regular courses. 78 40 6 1 Tj44 I: yit 3 i& ii ;

Judd said that the company will
Attends C of C .
ra: 7V: per bushel for red bell 1 '-_ _
pepper This pike is net to the Training CourseMrs. Bigham Expands ,4 ': ?! 4 -.5.

gtll\\"-1. as the pepper is dumped i Second Attempt _

*: t the market and the farmer Marian Howe executive Broiler Plant

g.-'I" h,.- hampers back. I'secretary of Starke's Chamber of :

,tii.d: .->;Lid that due to the low Commerce, will attend a 10-day Made To Bring Pill B'gham, of Brookei .>- t

: "1.1 pepper this season. he:course in Chamber of Commerce ,ecently become the second \\-.i; ;< -

:r..r.Ktowers: might be in- I|administration at Chapel Hill. N ";\t.er of broilers in the *'..t', t

'e' i --e.i in this deal as a means C., next week. Radio To Starke with the addition of six new huilnnss 'BXMV nOt XI an ihesiimmer Mtldier of Starke National I

't;. c.tt.ig t : additional revenue out She will take samples of literature to his plant. Total capacitx\ i- Slade Plans Hand Flipper, ,
loi.inl um!. Headquarter and Headquarter t. !ml Bn 121th In-
advertising Starke with her 78,000 with a schedule < tll-
ij the! >i (run. He said that :
7": .. uvt ; H'efor- red pepper is ass 'to pass out along the way. As well Several Starke businessmen be- ing for production of 10 tons ot 1 To Starke t.mtn.111I left Sunder -M-niii"; l>> Pullman' from the Seaboard Escorted

<: netter deal for the grow- as the training Mrs. Howe said gan their: second attempt in six broilers a week, each bird av.iaging Buy station in SiarUe. The guardsmen will undergo\ two weeks. of in-

." :har. the $1 that some have that she usually makes many weeks to bring a radio station to three pounds. Motor CourtT. tenshe training at Ft. MrClellan, Ala. Out O/ Town
> valuable contacts during these !! Bigham buys his feed by the
iei i 4< ;t.ng t for their green pepper Starke. The group met with Ken ,
.n '\ iUlp<'lS I i summer courses. ""r load: he feeds a carload, or l
Watson a North Carolina tobacco Guard forms A harmless but crazy colored
I )I.' :starke manager said there from 400 to 500-lb. bags of feed' H Fla radia and TV man, at City Hall about that he hhs $2000 tit ,1-1 man arrived here in Starke in
..- possibility that the food County Ships Four a week. Costs for feed run given I
> tiiipain might also buy "choco- Wednesday afternoon to discuss the, $400 a day. option on the Starke Motor Cm. ;g : style in the bus. But or. finding
Prisoners to Nassau of his building a radio I': now owned by Guy Aniiie.1- i ,
i 'nper that is brown or prospect The new buildings are of anew out that his rider was touched in J

na Di! nvn spots and then allow Sheriff P. D Reddish shipped station in this area. design, with better ventila-I(.| Slade said the sale would pr.ban' the head, the driver turned him It k

pin: redden in the coolers at four prisoners from the county Watson said that he was quite ""tion as the goal. Bigham installed he completed about July 1 .+no over to police. The police turned .

me nuuket. I jail to Nassau County for work favorable towards the idea, but 'automatic feeders in all the 12 that he would place Gil New mniis him over to the sheriff, but the I
I!{ of the court.
The .impany would employ ''details this week. They were that he would make a thorough buildings. manager tall was full there's even a wait- I

about 15 women to stem process, I farces Ross, negro who was sent- study of Starke and its surrounding Poultry authorities at the University Andrews has owned the court ng list i so the sheriff turned him f.

ana pack the pepper in barrels.{' *nced to six months for petty larceny communities to see if they i of Florida put their stampof since 1S50. lie said that he had back to the police chief. The police -

and !t' they decide to operate.I ; Isham Davis, sentenced to could support a station before he ar:Tx>v&l on the Bigham broiler several ideas, but he has not decided tinned him loose, with a hint :

here they will buy all the pepper.t J45 days for drunk driving; An- would make definite plans. plant by conducting classes there. definitely what he will do that he scoot from these parts. \

they can get. I drew Adams, negro, sentencedto Watson said that Starke could after the sale. The police gave a sigh of relief s:l

All growers interested in selling 30 days'for drunknness and use not support a station alone, but and the sheriff did likewise i

their red pepper are asked to, of profane and indecent language; would require help from nearby Legion Nine About 25 30 but not for long, for soon the !{

contact Judd at the Starke mark and Joe Wainwright, sentenced to i, communities such as Lake Butler, or highway patrol car drov up with i\

et 90 days for petty larceny.Benny's Keystone( Heights Waldo, Lawtey, Opens Home SlateFtaike's County 4-H Boys the same crazy cloyed man. The
and others to make the station a had found him
Will Attend Camp I patrolman turning

success. American Legion junior i I, hand flips,along the highway, and

First Communion ., He said that the station would baseball team opened its home Bradfoid County's 4-H boys turally brought him in for

have a range of 35 to 50 miles. questioning, because while it'sI'ot
] session with a game at the BHS will haE. oneweek.campmg
He estimated that the cost would'; Memorial Stadium last night I against the law, it sort of ;
I i ;trip to the 4-H campsite on Cherry e
be about $15,000 to $18,000 not including -
t indicates loose :
screw some-
j the land or the studio. !: Lake near Madison beginning on where.
will take to the road Tuesday i
r He said that it would be advisable j; night for a game in Gainesville.I. I June 28. County Agent George T But now the sheriff and the ;
,, from the business !
t build away E. Clark, chairman for thei ''Huggins said that he expects 25 ..... _," } police and the highway patrol :
Districts in order the landat ,
to -
buy ..
lower i i baseball program, said that Tueljflay's or 30, local boys will attend. -- ..- ',: got together on the problem, and I
a price. iii -
: waspostponed : ." .;_ -'. A took him out of the county, where,
Williston ."t-.. .- ;
from game with The boys will with other ..... :':. -- 'i I' =
Watson offered to purchase and would be played camp '"'" -",.',...' presumably, he is doing hand .
50 to 90 per cent of the stock in i 4-H members from Duval and flips to his heart's content. ;
| l-ere July 1 as part of a doubleheader l the venture. He proposed that the Clay counties. The one-week out- l f

'!stock be sold at J10 a share so ing will cost them $5.50 including I t

''that there could be as large a insurance for their protection {Raiford Tigers Play ..1 i.1I ;

number of stockholders as possi- T. R. Connell Picked against accident or sickness. I NFL All Stars SundayThe l

:bIt He said that he would 'For Welfare PostT. The program for the week will ; -PW ll l

;guarantee the stockholders their include swimmingsupervised recreation North Florida League All j
\ -. '. I money back within one year if Stars will the Raiford
play Tigers
p., Connell of Starke has a safety program j
(they were not satisfied with their afternoon June 20 2 '
been appointed by Acting Governor Huggins said it might also includea unday ,
f I I investment. visit to the Forest Service= pme o'clock at the State Prison. |
Charley E. Johns to membership -
i T. H. Slade served as spokesman seedling nursery. R The Tigers are winners of the ,
,!for the local group. Watson was of the State Welfare Board, said that 1 first half of the North Florida !
Huggins no boy will
contacted by Mrs. Marian Howe.executive effective June 14. He succeeds will !
('I( [ leave! the camp withaut some : i t.H League and play a team com-

secretary of the Starke ::Rev. Uuban of Jacksonville who)i knowledge of swimming. He said. r oosed of players from the other ':

I Chamber of Commerce. I[ resigned the post due to leaving'classes will.be conducted for the]!i teams in the League. These teams
.. j \"atsonas preceded six weeks ; are Macclenny, Mandarin West- [
state. 'boys by an accredited life guard. :, : .
;ago by A. Fred Reincke. who also I j'.he I, I I I sonnet and Green Cove Springs.
Mr. Connell had been The campsite has 10 cabins, a
j; serving : Raiford cinched the
:'wanted to build a radio station I pennant
;there. Reincke offered to put up I 18S a member of the District Five I modern dining hall, and an audi- OX GUARD Co. "B" (Rear) 748th (',rd, Bn. (Camp Blandinf) } last Sunday by winning over Vince ;:

Little six-year-old Benny Inzer III, son of Mr. and Mrs. BvnediclFUuer t: 'half the money, if the local community I Welfare Board and resigned this torium. The boys are divided in- forms for their annual two ueeks Minuner training at McClellan, i| de Lorenzo who was starting ]

Jr., of !Starke' is shown abo\e receiving his first holy communion | would' pay half. After a 1 position in order to accept membership |: to squads'and choose a squad Ala. In the top photo the men receive Lat minute instructions from !pitcher with the Jacksonville :

from Rev. Father Harry F. Turaier at St Edward's ('burchrl"ttlltl L''short stay Reincka" left town with! on the state board. j I leader. At the ::d of the camp their commanding officer, Capt. Joseph H. Johnson. In the center I Braves last season. >
'a promise that "the staion will be He took the oath of office in White spectau.rsill be admitted -
) Benny vas stricken with polio in 3:!; FlorklU sunshine the best all-around andi the battalion's vehicles formed for Below Capt.
camper are ready departure.
built but he failed Tallahassee the for
to return and Monday and attended to game a chargeof
seems t. be aiding his recovery. His father is the office manager ol there has been no further contact 'his first meeting of the state i best squad leader are elected by Johnson and CWO R. G. Paterson trail officer, confer as the last I. 50c. Proceeds will be turned

Big Dad Manufacturing Companr.. made with him. board on that date. i secret ballot. serial prepares to leave through the gate at Blanding. I over to the North Florida League.leDS't .



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.............yyyyyyyyyyy Hoyt Starling. I TTTTTTTTT' ............. after spending three weeks in lI I occasion was Mrs. W. Hammond's

BRADFORD E. L. MATTHEWS Mrs. Joyce Futch :Miss Mary, .1 Tampa. I;birthday. Afternoon guests were

J r iAG LAWTEY' Julia Futch and Miss Elizabeth HAMPTONby )Ir. and Mrs. Loyce Dew and I i the H. W. Baker's and children.
.. COUNTY Terry were shopping in Jackson- I children who have been visiting i t U. D. Dyal is on the sick list.

VIEWPOINTOLDEST PUBLISHER by L. II. Futch ville Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Wm. W. Hammond Mr Dew's parents Mr. and Mrs !''! Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Kitchens

TELEGRAPH I II iI Master Jimmy Sapp and sisters C. C. Cannon are spending sometime (*nd baby of Gainesville and Mrs.

I 1 A AAA A A Glenann and Virginia of AA AAAA A 'A A : in Newburgh. N. Y. I I Conine Broughton and children

FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD I, )!i, Mrs. L. A. Sherouse of ''of Starke were recent guest of
:Mrs Jack Brassell and small Miami are guests of their grand- Mr. and Mrs. Roy McReynolds '
1 thorne Haw'I'I'I:Mr. and Mrs. W. X; Jdckson
was a recent
\: daughter. Peggy Lee left Wednes- mother. Mrs. A? C. Pearce, and of Jacksonville spent the weekend I, guest
Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under i 'sister. Mrs. Minnie Marcionny. Mrs.V.. A. Saxon children
i day of last week to make their Mr Pearce. i with Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wads '
the Aet of March 3, 1879. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiggins of.Billy and Janet and nephew .
:i home in Dahlgren Va., after Mrs. A. H. Harley and guests, I worth. I'I'I i '
the I Mrs. Shelley Matchett is visiting ,{Jacksonville were Sunday guests!Johnnie visited her father Mr.
spending ten
past months
MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION -- MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION o I here, during which time Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Baggett and Nelson i her son and family in Atlanta. 10f:I| his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H.,Green at Brooker, Friday.

Blocker Jr., were visiting the S. Ga. B. Wiggins. :Mrs. John Hammond will be
I Brassell was a member of the :|I I
Amended Budget Spotlights Road Costs local school faculty. Enroute to C. Harley family at Heilbronn | Mrs. George Cottman of Ocala Mrs. Jessie Chastain and grand- hostess at a supper ware party

Virginia they will visit Mr. Bras- Tuesday night. I and son, Carl Andrews of Winter!i'daughter. Sue visited her sister, I Monday evening June 21 at the

I sell's parents in Evansville Ga. Mr. and :Mrs. Marvin Warren 'I Haven, and Mr. and Mrs. W. LJ:'Mrs. F. H. Douglas and family Community Center, every one is f
has been added. I
Something new Mrs. Buster who were married in Stuart Mon- Andrews of Starke were recent :at High Springs Wednesday and invited So "You all
For the first time at least within the of those currently around the courthouse I Starling and children t
emory of Eaton day evening were dinner guestsof :dinner guests of Mrs. Jessie Chas- Thursday. 8:00 p. m.Herbert .

( the Board of County Commissioners finds it necessary to amend its budget to have weekend with the Park H. spent C. Wainwright the his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. !tain. I. Mr. and Mrs. J C. McAlhanyand Thomas gave a chicken I|

operating funds to finish out the current fiscal year ending in October. family. E. Warren on Tuesday enrouteto ,' Wm. Slade is a patient in St. son. and Mrs. J. McAlhany':'supper to the members of the ;

The budget, as it is proposed to be amended, is published in this issue of the Telegraphand I Mrs. Alice Langford Denver, Colo. where he will ij 1 Lukes Hospital at Jacksonville.Mr. of Reevesville, S. C. were weekend i Baptist Choir and their pastor ';

deserves study by every _thoughtful citizen. I Butler spent from Wednesday of Lake to enter school and take a course 'I' and Mrs. Douglas Hardy guests of the J. W. Homes. Mrs. I and his wife at the Thomas Restaurant ;

At first glance it is obvious that some of the Commis Friday with her brother, T. L. in Government Statistics in con- and family have returned froma !Ij. H. McAlhany remained for an I near Starke Monday eve- ;

sioners' troubles are due to ever-soaring expenditures in the Wainwright. and Mrs. Wainwright. I nection with his work in the two weeks vacation on Oklawaha extended \'isitth her daughterMrs. I ning. All members wish to thank
CountwideResponsibility Service of Uncle Sam. River. I Horne and him through this column.
Road and Bridge Maintenance Fund. It is a far cry from Lt. and :Mrs. Herbert Hildreth family.Mr. I '
, the $73,102.36 total designated for this purpose in the present I I returned to his post at Waco Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Bradley and I I Donnie Thornton of Starke and Mrs. Jake Rowell and I Next Sunday will be Homecoming '

Texas Saturday of last children of Lawtey area and Mrs. spent Tuesday with his grand- (son. Randy. of Gainesville were with dinner on the grounds <
amended budget, to the $8,000 what was budgeted for road week after' .
I mother.rs.. Minnie Marcionny. j recent guests of her parents, Mr. at the Baptist Church honoring
spending -;
a week v tn her and children of
mother. Victor Appleby
and bridge maintenance back in 1936. Of all know .
course we
Mrs. T. C. Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson May of{and Mrs. John Blackman. Rev. R. C. Gray who will preachhis
Now that the first BradfordCounty that we have better roads than we did in 1936 and that costs Neptune Beach attended the wedding I I
Gainesville were recent callers in Mrs. J. W Jackson and son. last sermon. Rev. Grav served
election of county. commissioners of labor and materials have doubled or trebled since that I Tennessee Mr. and Mrs. A S. Purser of I of the ladies' brother. Mr. !town. Randy, of Starke spent Sunday Hampton for the past five years, i

on a rount)-"Ide basis I Ii. time. But on the other hand it is also recognized that I to spent from Saturday Warren in Stuart. The Applebyswere i1 i Mrs. Merle Chapman and girls'with the W. N. Jackson's. I and during that time the member- \
Thursday with
her I
sister Mrs.H.
> a matter of record, it may be more than 55 miles of roads have been paved in the county C. Wainwright, and also weekend guests of her, and Mrs. Wilma Stover of Tampa 1 Mr. and Mrs. William Ham- I ship of the church greatly. increased I
II family.Mr.
well to reicsome. sidelights. I since that time. thereby relieving the Commissioners of the and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. War- i spent the weekend with their!'mond and daughter. Willow Ruth. .. a new pas t onum was {
that extensive I parents Mr. .grid Mrs John Black- 'were Sunday guests of their son. built, a new bus acquired, and 1'
One quite noticeable difference cost of maintaining mileage. Another 50 i mother, Mrs. Margaret ,
)I' Kelly ren. Mrs. Warren is the former | man. Mrs. Hester Dickerson their and wife Mr and Mrs John E. ,three new daughters were born i
was that although L. IRenfroe., miles will be hardsurfaced next year if projects now budgeted spent Tuesday of last week in
II Miss Martha Peg,am. grandmother returned with them Hammond on Crystal Lake. The to the pastor.
candidate for re-election in the 2nd i j., are carried through. I Jacksonville.Mr. !

district, rerri\ed a largerote I The $73.102 total for road and bridge maintenance 1 and Mrs. L. II. Futch together !

In hit district than hit oppont"ntlE. I in the amended budget represents an addition of $7,560.33'i with other members of the I I

L. Crawford, by a tote of 828j j 100'er the $$65,542.03 budgeted for this purpose lat July \Heilbronn School faculty were '! I

for Kenfroe to 722 for Cra"ford.1|i In their legal notice this week the Commissioners maintain dinner guests of the Eldon Sapp

other districts turned the tide in I I that this increase is largely due to fees and costs in connec- I II family Thursday of last week. \ spec PHILCO WEEK
fax or of Crawford. I Mr. and Mrs A. D. Crosby of ; :
tion with obtaining rights-of-way for the many road projects'! Starke '
rte find this result interesting j accompanied by Mr. and
that Bradford hopes to under before January !
County get :]
because some opponents of the I way I!Mrs. L. B. Crosby of Greensboro. ,

countywideoting system, had I 1. Although the state advances the county the actual i j i were visiting the L. H. Futches t

predicted that the districts with cost of the purchase of land there are other costs such as'';: Saturday evening Other guestsof 0i

the least number of \'ott'S'oulll I attorney fees, abstracts, etc. that must be paid by the county the Futches during the week t..b. i t

N- dictated to by the more popu- I now.i j I included R. J. Waters of Dundee. i

li...s dy+.tri.t. In this case, hoC" \\'- i Although this may account in part for the emergency 1r. and Mrs. Lawrence Williams l

\t'r, just! the opposite happened.The !jof Haines City, and :Miss Barbara {
to amended
I measure having adopt an budget, we feel there u d ,
d 'otrietith the : Sue Davis of Brooker. f
'I must be other deep-rooted causes for the tremendous increase .
strength, was out-\otf'd bythe in ,j, Mr. and Mrs. G. \\". Robert
road and bridge maintenance expenditures in regent -
smaller districts. I spent Sunday at New Smvmii

All candidates fur the countyiinimission I years. Beach i together with other nieni- I
: It has even been suggested that the employment of a
< posts found the coun- I hers of the Tatum family. Mis'Roberts'
first rate engineer. operating the basis of over-all
t\-\\ide race a lot more taxing on on an relatives.Mr. .

their shoe leather, pocketbooks j county plan. and free from the exigencies of politics might and :Mrs. Jack Reynoldsof

and time. In the instance of the I be one answer to the problem. It is true that such a man Jacksonville were weekend. T. I

1.lllro4'-'ra" race in the run- the kind who could do an adequate job would demand a guests of her parents. Mr. and rYt

olf, there were a total of 3,672|j good salary. But even if his services cost the county five Mrs. R. W. Mosley Sr. \ \

Lutes cast count-wide, instead of for I six thousand dollars a year, and by means of his careful C. A. Prevatt ana son, Lonnie. I

the 1,550oted in the 2nd district i planning the county saved ten thousand, the taxpayers would of Gibsonton spent Sunday with I II
alone. heretofore it had
If I still be that much better off. i, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins Sr. I
been difficult to to
try see
over '
1.500ot..r" ersonall.V, how much, I In the past the county's road program has been pretty 1 Mrs. Paul L. Dinkins Jr. has !: i

more difficult it was to try to,;i much a matter of "Every man for himself and the devil take returned to her home in Anthony'I I (

see OUT double that number rthe, hindmost." Now that it is getting to be such big business -I after spending a week's vacation
with relatives in the Lawtey area.
scattered all o\er the county. I and a 73102.36 expenditure certainly puts it in i!,, Guests of Mrs. Effie Miner last ,,

llowe\er, we believe that in el j that class --- it would seem that the best thought and efforts I week included Mr. and Mrs.

long run, the county-wide methodof iof I all concerned should be turned to finding a solution to the Fitzpatrick and daughter of Jack- .w++npy

electing commissioners nil 11.' problem. whatever it is. !!Isonville, Master Buff Miner of

prose beneficial to the entincounty. I I Westconnett, and Norman. Irvin. ,
Heretofore, we have had I and Nancy Tate also of Jack- ,i, I W ,y Wt4 /

five commissioners each elected Civil Defense's Weakest Link I ;sonville. Mrs. Frank Wells and : Our special "Philco Week" offer'' A complete SCRUBS I, J
solely by hi. own district and !
daughters Mary Ann and Nina 10-pc. floor polisher and work saver kit. free
quite naturally working hard :' i i left Monday for Okeechobee aftera of brand new 1954 Philco POLISHES
-with the purchase a /
tO'I' Bradford County's Civil Defense Corps was found lackin |! \
see that his own particular stay of several days with her Automatic, model 847 or 848. Not last year'sleftovers. SANDS
trict got all the benefits possible." ?. in fact non-existent, Monday when a make-believe atomic mother. Not closeoutof old unwanted models.

lender this allianceof attack hit 53 cities in the United States and Canada 1 with the newDRILLS
system an r including Freddie Dinkins is on an ex- I| But brand new 1954 refrigerators
three" commissioners could teaniien Tampa.As II tended visit with relatives in est features and styling. A terrific double value WAXES ., 'l

to help develop part of thecounty ] the mock survivors of the Tampa blast recovered from ,Jacksonville.Mr. I for the price of the Philco refrigerator alone! ;

without proper consideration their initial shock, they sent urgent telegrams to Civil De- j and Mrs. B. E. Reddish I i Ii I t

of the needs of the entire I fense leaders in all Florida counties seeking help for their ;;spent the weekend in Tallahassee'i]I u

county. countless casualties. {1 with their daughter, Mrs. J. 0

Now each county commissioneris Pons and family. Terry Pons
I Telegrams arrived here seeking doctors, nurses, techni- j
equally responsible for came home with her grandparents -
cians. food and medicine. But they went unheeded. Brad-
> rt of the Now each for a visit.
l :{ county. per- '
ford County's telegrams arrived addressed to Cecil Sewell I I '
Ion In the county has five commissioners Walter Terry of Chattahoot-hee ;ise \
instead of the one, former deputy sheriff and county Civil Defense director, I is on an extended visit, with his ( c \
prev iousl).. who no longer lives in this area. nieces Miss Elizabeth Terry and ;

Responsible! to all the voters in' The messages were delivered to Attorney Joe Hill Williams Mrs. Joyce Futch. The group \

the county, each commissionersnot in Starke, but he relayed them on to Union Countywhere spent Monday with Mrs C E I l: : :: -- .,,w x: ,L

\ must weigh each action taken 'he is the Civil Defense director. Strickland, another of Mi T<' r C's

h>. the commission in light ofwhether I Since we in Bradford County are under no great threat nieces, in Gainesville.Mr. Time Onlywith
H. H Hem of }
and Mrs. Hurry-Limited
it is a good thing for the of atomic attack. it is our duty to stand ready to rush to the 11

entire county. Bradford County !]I aid of nearby population centers which will bear the brunt Tampa were visitors week.to Lawte 1954 Philco
Saturday of last This New
growing fast and each part of :
of the blow. !
it should have the |I I :Mr. and Mrs Herman Sham
opportunit.v j A large city might have an active Civil Defense Corps. u
grow along with the rest. i braks of Centralia. 111. are among The Greatest
.\' we stated editorially recently -I I0 I but chances are it will be completely wiped out by an atomic the new comers to Lawt '\ ;Mi &jI

blast. It will then become the duty of the small communities I Shambraks is with the Nait
we think now is a good
tp render assistance and relief. When it Cecil Field and they are occupying
time to start thinking of redist -|I comes, if it comes | Rn' 4y L Refrigerator

rii-ting! the county, to conform -!I will! we of Bradford County be. ready? Not if Monday was a ,,an apartment in the'Joyce Futch I|

with population requirements I fair sample. home.

as provided b> law The I In fact we don't even have a director. .1 Mrs. J. G. Godwin of the :State; Ever Built !
law Farm, and mother. Mis. V R
sujs that ditriet..huuld lieas 1ti
I : Reddish. who is spending sometime u'I_?
nearlj equal in population as !: t '-- Sensational Philco Automatic the refrigerator
possible. I with her attended servicesIat -_ that thinks for itself. No dials to set. No defrosting
What Does SCS Mean -
Hut To You? \ the First Baptist Church Sun- to bother with. It's automatically air conditionedto :
here is how stand
they now
I ;day morning. keep food fresher, longer than ever before Big
toughly:: as recorded in the vote II i I We wish to call the attention of our readers to the spe- Miss Maxine Andrews and Miss built-in zero degree freezer. Full width cnsper. Plus
for commissioners district Philco 847.F&icoWeeHpeciaf.
county : door.
I icial section in this i issue of the Telegraph devoted to the Gayle Moore accompanied biMrs. \ the world's handiest storage
513 district two
one 1450
; ;
district three, 829; district lour j program of the Bradford Soil Conservation District in observance Seeber Andrews of Jacksonville Floor Polisher. . .$ 29.95 /
spent the weekend at Jack- PS. = 34, $279.95TOTAL
412; and district five, %56. The of its fourth anniversary. Refrigerator 27995

figures given are not the exact II Those who are not fully acquainted with this program 'I sonville Beach. and chil- 'I VALUE. .S.309.90
Mrs A G. McKinney
voting strength of each district will do well to read this section thoroughly for a better understanding visiting _
Ala. -
Anniston. are

but they do show it relatively.! I of this all-important work of conserving our greatest i i dren her of parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. I '",..>..>-,",'.',,.0.,,.,.,",',.,,",,, : ,." W.Y...."_._?.:' ..,........,,, .

District file ha but 256 votes| natural resources the land. Even those who are some- j I(|I B. Arwood. Mr. McKinney was I

approximately, and district! two'.what familiar with the program will add much to their here for the weekend but returned 1

has I,MG. And jet the law hays knowledge by reading the interesting articles in the special ''home on Monday i Out for P/ri/co/ / Week
( New/ Just
that the districts should be as 1 section. written by community and state leaders. 1! Mrs. O. J. Phillips and Miss

nearly equal in population as possible. J i Just :Ola Mae Phillips spent Tuesday i _
to give you an idea of the importance that is at- I ,

!' tached to this program, here are a few comments from some 'with Mr and Mrs Leslie Phillipsin I 8 ft. 95
Now that county-wide voting Ii 1 of the articles: Gainesville. ONLY cu $
an actuality we ('an. think of no i Mrs A. H. Harley spent the 19 9
\I Conservationist Bill Haas "The Soil Conservation Serv-
logical reason why re-districting ;,weekend with her daughter. :Mrs at price of 7
should not accomplished as\ ice has developed the only program in the entire government I Nelson Blocker and family in

soon as possible.HOWS 'that starts with a scientific analysis of the land then helps I Jacksonville Little Nelson Jr. re- / r t'1 t

the farmer adapt his operations to fit the natural require- : turned home with his grand- \ I J

YOt'K SPELLING* ments of every acre." i i mother for a visit. Mr and :MisWm. a pHtl ; c Full Deluxe Door

Speaking of spelling you art" County Agent G. T. Huggins : "In 1908, President Theodore ', Baggett of Shreveport. La:1! SUPFR pE!q t!a : .- : J .fl-:nl Storage First Time
arrived Jacksonville Sunday and:
Roosevelt said. 'When the soil is gone men must go. It :
... good if you con do this one without takes j:accompanied their mother home -b PF- : i at this Low Price !
i many years to build an acre of good top soil. but it can I I. I
a bobble: "Beside a cemeterynear for a vacation visit. Mr. and Mrs i i"j :
be destroyed in few when conservation is
I a very years neg-
Philco value
H. C s'r; The 8 cu. ft.
the seminar sat< an embarlOAsed i, Harley and children were J -
i la-ted also Sunday dinner guests of his .II J 3S: '| : triumph. Bigger capacity
peddler and a harassed 1 j Banker. B. Sewell : "Agriculture is the most important i!sister.. Mrs. Blocker. j : plus sensational new features -
i i'
Bubbler! gnawing on a dessicated 1 part of our national economy as the very life and strengthof : Mrs. M. R. Smith and childrenare !!' b -::' ; '.. I at this price. Full
Potato and gazing the symmetry"I ; .->oiI! ': door storage with shelves
of food. :
our people depend upon adequate production vacationing In Lebanon. Va.

ccstacj.a lady's'."ankle with unparalleled Rev... D Haines: "God's ownership and man's stewardship with her parents. Mr. and Mrs D. I While; They Last. ::' I" i I j ;I : I of holding milk. even Huge full full quarts width

I t:;; ,
are fulfilled by conservation practices. Mitchell. ; I free"w'
Vkhen a college professor dictated ;, II '. '= I'' compartment.
For fuller and appreciation of the Bradford Marine recruits. Ronnie M<- im I Double utility trays.
understanding -
that to 208 students not a a PHILCO 732: Only a few on hand. so \ I
one scored perfect. The average | Soil Conservation District and what it is accomplish- Clellan and Randall Martin, are I come early, if you want one. At this sensa- : -==-=- :::::::::---' i: Newest "Key Largo"
visiting their parents after having tional saving they can't la.stloDg. Every one f color styling.Stainless porcelain -
; included l
was five f'rroN.-t'rom the Atlanta | .'mr for this area, be sure to read the special section
finished the period of brand new and fully guaranteed by Philco. interior.Philco t2.
Constitution.Victor i in this issue. training ai t I :::::::: f
i Parris Island.I .
I Mrs. Harold Norman and children I

Mature StarsIn day and Monday. vengence against the despotic of Heilbronn are spending

Mature plays a reckless and Pasha who has killed her father I two weeks with her parents. Mr

'Veils of Bagdad'At and plans to dance her way into and Mrs I P. Rafuse. While
romantic adventurer. AEtar, who I *

Park Theatre foils an attempt by th? powerful his confidence so that she can I Mr. Norman is attending National i c. H. General
kill him
despots of the Ottoman Empireto i Guard encampment at Ft. Mc- Nasworthy Supplies
High adventure in Bagdad: dur- The two stars team up to bringdo"'Il Clellan. Ala. Others from this

ing the Ottoman Empire of the purchase an alliance with the the empire after a vicious I area attending this encampment
hill warriors. include Arnold Smith Ned Prin. ,
15th century is featured in "The palace fight between the palace
Co-star Man BlancharJ plays |gle.. Vernon Testone. Floyd Futch. 232 E. CALL STREET PHONE 19S-J
Veils of Bagdad" starring Victor the daughter of a slain leader of guard and Mature's followers! a j Glenn Shuford. C W Thomas

Mature at the Park Theatre Sun- the hill tribes She has sworn group of giant wrestlers (Tommy Gr.ftis Hard). Taylor and

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''ready to plant some of the fields ing Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano. and daughters Shirley and Linda were joined by Linda Larsen and Lattice Rucker
of Lake Butler, Green Miss Rosa Pinholster, Mr.
CONSERVATION he had in truck crops this year to Mrs. T. %V. Markey, Shirley I Gayle. ifr and Mrs Ernest Ed- Carol Cox of Gainesville.Linda II I II
pasture. Pete feels that by putting Green and Annette Green were and Mrs. R. K Dukes and I and Mrs T. W Markey, and Mr.

Q the old fields in pasture he in Starke Monday on business and I mined' and family, all who were Larsen and Carol Cox ,Diana of Dukes Mrs Roy Green; !aid Mr!<. Frank Tmne\ and :Su\e
N-E-W-S will by Mr and Mrs. Joe Wither- of Gainesville are spending a few i
build up the organic content in New River visiting Mrs. M F. [ and Jackie and Tt'nell. Mi- Mai\ nd Brute
1 lof the soil and that in about 5.or Wiggins the !ington of Gainesville Mrs Ronald days with the Waits. >
By Bill HaasU 16 years the ground will be almost I same day. i 1 Barnette and boys of Jacksonville Allen Lewis was honored on his
,as good as new. Mr. and Mrs F. M. Vickey Jr. ', Mr and Mrs. F. M. Vickery 21st birthday with a party
S. SOIL CONSERVATION I I and family of DeFuniak Springs Jr. and family of DeFuniak I iby his mother, Mrs. E. }t. Lewis given Why Swelter ? l..1
t' We were discussing Coastal ,visited Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Green '
SERVICE 4 Ber-j and family and Mr. and Mrs. I Springs Sonny Dukes, and Kejiney -j Those attending were Miss Iva
muda pastures with Jesse Green. Also Mrs. Jettye Hazen Mae Lewis Jean and Edward I

>.4.. .....""' ._ some the other day. Jesse stated I I weekend.Ernest Edwards* and family last I and daughters, Mary Frances and I Endicott Mr and Mrs. Dave THIS G-E ROOM CONDITIONER ,i

I stopped b\ Bill Reddish's store me his Pensacola Bahia pasture that he bought some Coastal Bermuda -I I Ann Crosby who were joined by Green, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis
I hay last fall and his cows Mrs. Ronald Barnette and sons Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hazen and land Eddy and John. Mr. and Mrs
at Heilbronn Springs the other I was seeding out. He said, "You really went for it. "That was the of Jacksonville are visiting the I daughter of Starke. Then there A. L. Green and John. Joe, and wD ;
day to discuss the of know I've all in that G. E. Greens. I m tG N
possibilities got my cows best hay I had all season," says were the Tomlinson family the I!Annette, Mr and Mrs Wilson
making hay from the Hairy Indigohe I pasture and they haven't made a Jesse. i Billie Ann Russ went to 4H(,Doyle: Hazens the Howard Wj |Green and Nancy, Marcia. and
has planted. Between ______ I
cutting dent in it. That clover sure helps Short Course last week at Talla-j! Waits, and Staniey Green Jean.J JI ; Mr and Mrs. C Rucker and
meat and wrapping packages. Bill A. D. Dobbs states that the
told me the Indigo was about six the grass to grow." I Pensacola Bahia he planted a while hassee. | ,. .. ._ _II WILL KEEP '
inches high. About knee back is fine. He used I Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Waters and ,
high tan J. C. Sapp showed, me a fine I coming up Mr. Mrs. I FOR! ONLY -
average man is a good time to stand of soybeans which he plans ,the District's cultipacker to plant j and G. W. Davis and Si
cut Indigo for hay. At that stageof !1 the seed. The cultipacker packed children visited Mr. and Mrs. Bert ,
off the
to giaze. By bogging soybeans )I f SUMMERS ARE
growth the stems are not too 1 he to build the ground which held the moisture I Waters at Gainesville Sunday
is helping up
woody and the plant is not fully in turn helping the seed to I afternoon.
his soil. Soybeans are a legume COOt Iti WrOH
mature which will make it POSSI- which increases the nitrogen in i;sprout in this dry weather. I Those who were swimming at
ble to handle the hay without too soil I Hampton Lake Sunday afternoon BEACH ,
j A basic
soil and
water :
much loss of leaves. After waiting
conser-I were G. W. Davis Barbara Sue rt
:vation farm
on a few more folks Bill bold Pete Wamwnght is getting plan was and Dickie Davis, and Lawrence
'N. G. Hayes, a Bradford Soil Conservation i I.
Williams. Modilev \
.. ..- .. . ., .:- District Cooperator from I Barbara I
-- Ann
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I Brooker.. N. G. is planning an ir- Tilghman of,(i I
,rigation system which will enable I Gainesville is visiting her grandparents !. AS -f

him to control the water for his the S. M. Motts, while I i tow -. .
ATHER'SDAY crops. He is also using a legume M r. and Mrs.: Mike Tilffhman and { AS per person Dry, tool -

I cover crop in his crop rotation Lee and Shirley Tilgham are visiting ; devbb asFrom !: HealthfulNodraft
system.J. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mott in > July 1INCLUDING
JUNE 20TH NEXT SUNDAYADD Silver Springs Md. /
MEALSE"rep.o" :
R. Wainwright states that his|I
Mary Frances Hazen returned'! --moo \utomatkDependable
Man AvoiaLJ.I
TO HIS PLEASURE BY Argentine Bahia pasture is coming to the University of Florida for j( O
out fine and that he will make a summer school. Spacious Rooms Excellent Cuisine Golf Course .
good seed this J. R.
crop year. Sandra and
used ammonium nitrate on his Jackie Mott are 2 Private Pools Cabanas Private Beach '
SELECTING HIS GIFT HERE! visiting their grandmother, Mrs. I
pasture and he KVBKf CTOl KW MATmG AS WB1
says you sure can
|Rita Brown, in Dunnellon this Putting Green Intimate Cocktail Lounge Dancing I .. AS COOUNC AVAlAlli ON CINPUiHKTBC
see the difference when you use TON MOM AB CON04TIONH -
week.L. I -- .
i high nitrogen fertilizer.! Planned Entertainment Fisherman's Paradise. '
COMPLETE SELECTION A. Mott attended graduationin
I. Lake Butler Friday night. For Reservotions! & Brochure BE SURE TO SEE IT TODAY!
OF TT.YYYYYYTYYYYTYYI j i Mrs. O.: W. Barry has returnedto write or wire Rush Strayer,Gen Mgr. ..r 'rA

NECKWEARFrom I BROOKER I I II visiting I her home in Jacksonville here in Brooker for a while after "aIFc5zlliist1Bat." 1e G. J. McGRIFF

.I I. :Miss Rosa Pinholster and Miss I CRAIG HOTEL I,215 pas Ii:=:: Call & Walnut
Sts. Starke. Fla.
.; By Polly Wait Jr. I'i Mattie Sowell are visiting in St I a Manri
i :Pete this week. ;;W kmttt, stud K Ii Ai PLENTY FREEZER SITPLIES

4\rre: i".50 ,, /AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACarol Brooker was well representedat I r i na tafliosxS .far tad coPt 3t _

$1.00 $ Cox was honored on her Geneva Beach at Keystone i DIRECTLY ON THE "WOILD'S MOST FAMOUS HACK" ..uatttifU.( __

\-7 birthday with a party given by :Sunday. Those present were as'I DAYTONA BEACH FLORIDA .. ,.:: ,=.--' _.---...'. .-
r j Mrs. Howard Wait. Those attend-- j follows: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green -; -

$ ing were Mrs Woodrow Shaw -----. .- --
? i and daughter Susie, :Mrs. Elizabeth -

I Flowers and son, Al, all of .
j Gainesville Joyce Suggs, Linda
$2.95 up '.Waits.Larsen of Gainesville and the a c

SPORT SHIRTS Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Crosby and
1 son, Larry, of Greensboro N. C.
were friends and
visiting relatives
All Sizes and' WideVariety {
of Colors I here last weekend. a ; r hOW fMfur
I Mr. and Mrs R. J Waters of : hg

To I Dundee and Mr.. and Mrs Lawrence -

$r95 $4.95 $2.95 & $3.95 !j I visiting" Williams the G. of W Haines Davis family.City are .

| }lr. and Mrs. Maurice Fletcher

and sons of Clewiston were visiting : *

MEN'S SUMMER: SOX SOc' '! Mrs. Fletcher's parents, Rev.
[I and Mrs S. F. Beard. .
| Rev. and Mrs. Beard visited :' _

DRESS PANTS IEN'S I friends in Glen St. Mary Tuesday

,and spent;'Thursday. in Crescent

$495up Suits $19.95 I j I City.}[r. and Mrs. W E. Bigham Jr. .
I and daughters, Patty and Mary .1 Thjce. ejoJJib>) nOln2fodag
Jane are visiting relatives in Pu-
ducah, Ky. for a few days.: .r
( Mr and Mrs. Earl Gay Jr. visited A -

ALVAREZ L E "Since (I',day." Mr. and Mrs R. F. Gano Sun- F M

LX94" 1 We are happy to report that ykk.w 3S
THE MEN'S STORE R. F Gano is steadily

_.. ._,.. .. j Mr. and Mrs. O R. improving'l' o
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See the display of "Coke &
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r--sessflnrrrs. -- SS IS S-IS S5flSS srrflSrrS rrcS Keystone; Heights Is I II Joyce Frances Thomas---;and Gerald- Williams'ine I I Dorothy Faxon Ford Marries Henry \Vaters \

I Scene of Children's Married Last \Veek at F Level Church In Beautiful Home \Vedding Here SaturdayA WM.9 JEVTt -?!' 3 --" 4 -i '

\ Recital
Dance Miss Joyce Frances Thomas' wedding of beauty and Mmon -

daughter of Mr. and Mrs Russell | <'itwas solemnized at fVt:
Several Starke and Keystone:
I Heights children were featured Thomas of Starke. became the I 'io('k Saturday afternoon when

bride of Gerald Leon WIl1.ams.I' Dorothy Faxon Ford. daugn.'
\ in a dance recital last week given CROSBY CEMETERl
t son of Mr. and Mrs. H. 0 .n Mis William D. Faxon.
Williams b.- .
\by the Nancy Jane Studio of the ,.- NEEDS .ATTENTION
Gladys Mooty Dance. Performances were givenin of Melrose, on Thursday aim the bride of Henry J. Wafers -. .'- Deal Gene

35 night, June 10 in the Pine Level' son of :Mrs.: Leland R. Watei *
Keystone and Gainesville.The .
S : I guess this :;s; a unusual
Baptist Church. Rev. W. E Hall ol Alachua. The impressive service *
'I program was divided into I .. 4.
pa_ s sssSSS = s=srsrs rrrStSJSS.flS'Miss pastor, officiated at the double- was performed at the home of : it-tter for your paper, but it .s
three parts., In Part I the per. -
and Ennis ring ceremony. Fj4 Mrs Ford on W. Madison street II a subject that I think should be
Dasher Gary formers -
Beverly Ann gave an authentic Indian I I -. -
The bridal Brotner
party stood on a Harold Dowdy of the
dance in placed before the good people of
"A'way Out West. Lane 1
Fxchanee Vows in Double Ring Ceremony ,, raised dias, covered with white, High Springs Church of Christ
----- Jarkson. Lynn Pirmann, Roberta I I I I Starke and the surrounding country -
and placed beneath an archwayof recited the marital ceremony be-

Miss Beverly Ann Dasher. -- Siblev.'Delores Oglesby, Mary Jo greenery and white gladioli I fonan improvised altar which : to open the eyes and hearts
?iprelle Donna Reba Hall I
Patty ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph flanked on each side with basketsof was placed in the garden of the ;;of everyone who has loved ones

McCoy Dasher of Tampa, and Norma Powers. Linda McKay, and' white gladioli and r-andelabrai: 1! I Iip I home "or friends buried in Crosby Lake

Gary Morgan Ennis, son of Mr. Gmge McKay were "Indians on i holding white tapers. I Prior to the service, a program of ; Cemetery.

and Mrs. John Gary Ennis, also Broadway"I I A program of pre-nuptial music I| Ti nuptial music rendered by Mr. and I This could be a beautiful last
Julie Walker, Janie McMurtry, I
of Tampa formerly of Starke, Linda Lee Anthony, Jan Pirmann, was presented by Tony Gonzalez Mrs Fred McCann of Cedar Keys. |LIT' "J -i 'resting place for our loved ones.

were united in marriage on Friday pianist, and Dr. C. J. Houpt. William Wharton Mrs. Alfred : !but in its present condition of
Jonn and Verna
7 o'clockin Harvey soloist, who "Because". "I Ii1'jIW Tenmsi and Mrs. H. H.
I evening, June 11, at Thomas Larry sang vt Henderson neglect it is far from a beauty

the First Baptist Church, Townsend.were David Papooses.Wilson, Buddy'Love You Truly", and "The Lord'sPrayer" ,: # all of Gainesville who sang .spot Our Master gave the naturally

as a group, "Oh Promise Me" and beautiful
Tampa. Fagen Claude Green. Paul Posey. I surroundings and we
The bride, given in marriage by The Lord Bless You and Keep who have loved
was ones there shoulddo
double ring ceremony
The ii.
Wade Townsend Billy Townsend '
j her father, wore floor I I IS You" A duet ;
read by the Rev. Robert E Lee and Lloyd Townsend were Indian a length was sung by Mrs ; ; our part to make it more attractive -
gown of white slipper satin, fea- i McCann and Mrs.
Henderson .
by it clean
pastor of the Baysbore Baptist Braves I is keeping and
Church in the presence of mem- Bernie Palmer was an Indian turing & high neckline with a I 'Sweet Mystery of Life". and as properly cared for at all times.

immediate families. collar of lace, long sleeves of I the bride neared the altar she At present it Is in need of lots of
bers of the Chin Susan Bass was Goddess of
satin lace, and tiny satin-covered I paused and Mrs. Henderson work.
Preceding the ceremon" a musical Sun .tnd Suzanne Johnson, andMargaret sans/; \ ;H
buttons down the front of the "If I Could Tell You". They were '
Mrs. Tis true that
by families
program was presented Goff were Roping some
bodice.. The skirt, gathered onj i accompanied Mrs. Canovaat
by Levy
\ T. S. Wishart. organist. and Ralph Rhythm Cowgirls.The Mrs. Thomas mother of t'.i.: take special care of their lots,
either side, ended in the
a chapel piano.
Miller, Clearwater, cousin of the second part of the programwas bride chose a dress 01 navy and while others look as if theyI
train. Hr veil of white net fell The and
garden altar !
were enhanced .
bride, vocalist. a "Ballet Fantasia. Mary white striped taffeta worn with I haven't been cleaned in years -
from a cap of white lace and she 'I with yellow
Banked palms, interspersed with Ray Johnson. Margaret Go!f. white accessories and a wh 'e and grown up with underbrush, fences
carried white bible witha potted I
topped palms
a were
baskets filled with all Suzanne Sinnus, Sheryll Ann orchid corsage. I placed at each I down. tomb stones not straight,
standing purple orchid and showered with side of the altar. Orlando si.st.-i, ot the groom Also
white arrangements of gladioli, Johnson, Linda Gunter, and Suzanne The mother of the bridegroom.Mrs. I and lots covered with leaves limbs,
'lily of the valley, tied in white Leland P.. Mrs. '
Waters Jr. of Ala- assisting in serving were
Williams of and old wire.
asters and chrysanthemums, dec Johnson were Magic Fans. wore a gown

orated the chapel while lighted Julie Walker Verna Thomas, [streamers. pink nylon, with white accessories.Her chua served his brother as best i I Earl Eriwaids. MIS Nora Price :' Perhaps, in some cases. all
Mrs. Charles Melrose, '
Perry of man. Mrs. Mural Gardner. and Miss ,
tapers cast a soft glow over the Jame McMurtry, Jo Ann Harvey, corsage was also a white 'II members of the family have passed -
sister of the bridegroom. was The bride who in Donna Dee Faxon. Mrs. E. W.
scene. I Jan Pirmann and Linda Lee Anthony orchid. I I away and there is no one to
matron of honor. She wore an marriage by M. C. Ford of Jack- Hayes kept the bride's book.
were Waltzing Ballerains. After the ceremony a receptionwas I care for the lot. Some owners
Given in marriage by her father ankle length gown of yellow taffeta sonville, selected for her After time with.
spending some
Jo held the home of thebride's wedding"
Lane Jackson, Mary Siprellej at have moved away and are not
the bride chose for her weddinga with a scalloped neckline and an exquisite waltz their Mr. and Mrs. Waters
length of guests
and Susan Bass formed an Acro- uncle and aunt, Mr. and gown near enough to look after then-
gown of imported Chantilly late IiL j puff sleeves. The overskirt was I powder blue I I
Trio and Sally Ann Epperson. Mrs. Joe Starling.The nylon net over satin. took a short wedding trip to South lots. But whatever the cause it
satin. high
over slipper of yellow net.Bridesmaids. The I
strapless fitted bodice extended Florida after which they will make
Suzie and Vickie Dev- bride's table overlaid
neckline of the molded Broadway. was I .is sad to see the cemetery in its
round ru-k were Prissie Misses. I were Mrs. Truman with a lace cloth and centered to a point at the waistline and j I their home at 316 W. Madison I'present condition -- and it could

bodice was finished with a small of the Perry of Melrose, Miss Barbara with tiered cake the voluminoris skirt was fashioned '!'street.
The third part program a wedding topped I be considered a reflection on our
the elbow
lace collar and length cuffsof was i ailed "Olympic taps" featuring Thomas, sister of the bride, and with a miniature bride and groom. with cascading tiers of nylon Mrs. Waters is a graduate of I city, who knows? '

sleeves featured wide flared Miss Betty Jo Starling. cousin of tulle over matching satin. ,I,
an authentic dances from Bouquets of van-colored flowers! High- Bradford High School. Mr. Waters
the lace. The extremely full If we could only raise enough
__- othei :nations and a command the bride. I and fern were at the ends of the lighting the gown was a small graduated from the Alachua High
skirt was ballerina-length. Her I money each month to a man
performance of the U. S. A. I Mrs. Perry wore a dress ofI table. powder blue lace jacket fastenedat School and Harding College,
to work out there until he it
fingertip veil of French silk illusion gets
burning white tapers were placed Patty Donna Roberta Sibley, lavender taffeta with a sweet- Assisting in serving were Misses the neckline and having a high Searcy Ark. He attended the
fell from a matching lace at both ends and turned well cleaned off say two
the table
or Ginger McKay, Linda McKay, De- :heart neckline and an overskirt Julia Jackson, June Conner Glenda back collar which came to University of Florida and has months
cloche embellished with seed July and August -
pearls I bouquets 01 mixed white flowers' and Reba Hall of white net. Miss Thomas's points. Her small matching hat teacher for
I lores Oglesby. per- Crosby, Norma Gonzalez, and taught as elementary
then it would not have to be cleaned -
and she carried a of lilies !
were used at vantage points. formed in Swinging Clog. Susan I gown was of blue brocaded taffeta Shirley Tomlinson.Miss was accented with tiny blue for- the past four years in Port St.
of the valley centered with white again until next summer. I believe -
Following a brief wedding trip. ) Bass was a Coleen from Killarney. featuring a peplum trimmed Elizabeth Jackson kept get-me-nots. She carried a nose- Joe and Alachua. In the fall he

orchids. Mr. and Mrs. Ennis will reside in I Linda Gunter was a Lurex Lassie. with net and an overskirt of blue 'the bride's book. I gay of yellow rose buds with long will teach in the Hampton elemen- in two a good hand could clean it

Mrs. Frank C. Carter of Biloxi, I Atlanta where they will attend Lynn Pirmann Lane Jackson, net worn with a blue taffeta When the couple left for a satin streamers.The tary school. out months each day with to someone show him going -

Miss. was the bride's only at-I the summer session at Emory I Jimmie McKay. Mary Jo Siprelle, bolero over the strapless bodice. wedding trip the bride wore a bride's only attendant Mrs. Out-of-town guests at the wed- what to do.

tendant. She wore a bouffant University. and Norma Powers danced in Miss Starling wore lavender taffeta suit of powder blue with jeweled John Deas wore lime green. ding and reception included: MrsG.

strapless gown of orchid nylon China Town. Larry Lanzmeyer covered with net and trimmed buttons. Her accessories were of fashioned on identical lines to L. Price of Mobile Ala., Mrs. Do you think the City the

net over matching taffeta, topped First Baptist BWC !Claude Green. and Buddy Fagan with ruffles of net on the skirt, white and her corsage an orchid. the bride's gown. She wore a I Mary Croh of St. Augustine. Mr. Legion, Elks Lions, Rotary,
Garden Club, Chamber of Commerce -
with fitted stole. She I
a wore a Met danced in Smooth Sailing. while small lavender flowers were The bride attended Bradford matching headpiece and carrieda and Mrs. P. O. Goff, :Mr.: and Mrs.C. .

bandeau of tulle petals, also em- Monday NightThe I Suzie Broadway, danced the on the bodice and her bolero was High School and the bridegroom I nosegay of yellow pompoms. I, B. Waters. Mrs. Toni Redd. and others would give any-

broidered with pearls, and carrieda Business Women's Circle Uncle Sam Strut, and Sally Ann : of lavender lace. graduated from :Melrose: High I II :Mrs.: Faxon chose for her daugh i Mrs. Ray Harrison Miss Jean thing toward this important pro-
I ject? I believe most who
b9uquet of purple asters. I Epperson, Mary Ray Johnson, School and is associated with the I ter's wedding a Copen blue nylon
of the First Baptist Church met All of the bride's attendants I Hester Mrs. U. F. Hester Mr. has lot out there would give $1a
Herbert Hill Jr. of Atlanta Wade Townsend Billy Townsend, Santa Fe Telephone Co. After a afternoon dress with white acces- I a
Monday night with Mrs. A. Rus- carried bouquets of white gar- I and Mrs. C. L. Waters Miss Mary month as a pledge.
Ga. attended Mr. Ennis as best sell Norman, leader, presiding. Sheryll Ann Johnson, Vickie Dev- denias and fern, outlined with short wedding trip they will reside -I sories and a :yellow pompom cor j I Ellen Waters. Mike Waters, Miss

man. Ushers were Richard Brown, rick and Paul Posey were in necklaces in Melrose. | ;Clara Nell I believe where there is a will
After the business meeting Mrs. ruffles of white net. Their sage.Mrs. ; Waters. Miss Vita Mae

College Park, Gr., cousin of the Norman introduced the guest Dress Parade. were of rhinestones, and Out of town guests included i| Waters was attired in a Waters. Mrs. L. R. Waters, Mr. there is a way to keep Crosby

bridegroom: Kaspar Duncan,I I speaker, Rev. I.. D. Haines. who DavidVilson.. Mary Ray Johnson were gifts of the bride. Mrs. C.I.. Green Mrs. J. R. j pastel print afternoon dress with '! and Mrs. Leland Waters. Jr., Lake Cemetery beautiful and a

Starke, and Gilbert W. Holley brought an inspiring message on Wade Townsend, Paul Posey, Little Miss Barbara Nittles, Lucas. and Mrs. Mary Mosley of ,white accessories and a yellow Leighton Waters, Mr. and Mrs. tribute to our deceased loved ones
be of. Let's
LeCrange, Ga.ImmediateJy. "Stewardship." Billy Townsend Sheryll Ann flower girl, wore a dress of white Maxvilk; Mr. and :Mrs.: G. I. :j jNittles. pompom corsage. ;I J. N. Copeland. all of Alarhua.jEarle to find we can proud Is interested try

following the cere- At the close of the meeting Johnson Larry Townsend, Claude organdy and a short veil of white Mrs. Grace Noble. Wright !I Following the wedding a re- : Swain of Anthonv. Mrs. ? a way. anyone -

mony Mrs. B. P. Scruggs, grand- refreshments were served by the Green, and Buddy Fagan starredin net held in'place by small white E. Noble of Jacksonville; Mr. and II'ception was held in the garden. j Billy Barron of Orlando Mr.and .

mother of the bridegroom. entertained hostesses. Mrs. Don Neel and Command Performance.Miss flowers. She carried a white Mrs. C.V.. Thomas. :Mrs.: Clara The bride's table was overlaid i,Mrs. Robert Touchton of Bell, Mr.I! Just an observer i

at a reception for relativesand Mrs. John Pearce. Sharron Thomas, Miss basket of flower petals. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd with an imported Irish linen cloth 'and Mrs. F. M. McCann. Mrs. H.I i

out of town guests. A Ma- Elizabeth Koger, Miss Dorothy Higgins of Gainesville: :Miss: I with embroidered cutwork. At ]H. Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. '
Franklin Starling was
deira embroidered linen and lace I II Hendrix. Uoyd Townsend and bearer. Ethel Phillips Alachua; Mrs. A. one end of the table was a beautiful -j Davis and Mrs. L. M. Gray, all of ,

cloth covered the bride's table A pine tree 12 inches in diame- Jackie Weintraub were featuredin ring C. Slade Hampton; :Mr.: and Mrs. three-tiered wedding cake top- Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. A. J I GET WONDERFUL I

which was centered with a tiered I 50 a piano recital given by the Dave Williams of :Melrose: was Albert Hinnant and I
ter contains approximately I daughter. ped with a minature bride and Crawford. Mrs. Viola Edenfield I II

cake. Silver candelabra holding J board feet. I pupils of Mrs. Lillian Weintraub. best man for his brother, and the Patsy, Mr. and :Mrs.: Clarence I groom under a small altar. The 'I Mr. and Mrs. C. R Keller Miss HEAT RELIEF !

Guest artists were Sally Bingham, I ushers were Truman Perry, an-i Mann, and Mis. Warren Nuberv. !cake was embossed with pink I Geraldine Crawford Mr. and Mrs.
pSSJSSSSSStSS=I S.tSSS ., Gerald Vallee. both of Melrose, I You'll feel better when you
I violinist; Kessler Meyers trumpet; Melrose.
I sweetheart roses and lilof the i Ray Crawford and family. Mrs. ay goodbye to hot, muggy
!and Roman Alvarez.
Donald Dunn drummer.
and ,
I ':valley and was surrounded by j Daisy Crawford all of Midway. weather. Enjoy cool comfort

Hodge-Testone Vows ruffles of nylon tulle. At the and frora Jacksonville, Mrs. Ross with RCA Room
J Air
1 other end of the table was the ,E. Barney. Mrs. Leila Flynn Mae- Conditioning 1

urn S d#" I i crystal punch bowl. Silver compotes (;ger, :Miss: Manan Ford. Miss Molly I II Chas. C. Shepherd

: .i YL'i.r I held mints and nuts. I Ford. Mr. and Mrs. H. R Ford

i I i Mrs. M. C. Ford of Jacksonvillecut Jr.. Mr. and :Mrs: Fred Hubbard. TV Radio Seat Coders

f\J' the wedding cake and pouring !John Hubbard, Pat Hubbard. J Phone 239 Starke, Fla.

Santa _-- -- oa" I punch were Mrs. Leland Waters.Jr '!Hank Ford, Mrs. H. R. Ford and
and Mrs. Billy W. Barron of I Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Ford. I
.' OnFather's Have you seen the snazzy new taking the former Patsy Benton'splace I :

light poles the city is putting up in the City Clerk's office Eastern Star Plans I Patricia Benton BOOKKEEPING

along Call street? That is, if you and Maurine :McMaines! is

$: 'k. \,can see for the dust that has been working in the Starke Library Banquet Meeting:: ; Weds Edward Altman SERVICEBy

hanging over that section of town while Jeanette Young is in Miami \Vednesday : J In Recent ServiceMr. By

since the SRD has been tearing visiting relatives for ten days 4w \:
: \ Corporation
(, : up the streets. The city is digging Charlene Hardy, Jean Druggerand -" f Starke Chapter No. 224 of the .. '-,> lot-' -,.

\', : I deep holes in the sidewalks to I Angelia Elder attended the ... Order of the Eastern Star will.i ; ..... Comptroller

: ."S' I {I put in the poles and the SRD is I Baptist CBM camp at Polk City have a special meeting June 23 tI' .- ,

k : last week Harold Hazelwoodis LOCAL OFFICE
DayDAD'S i tearing up the roads-together at 8 p.m. in honor of an official

: j making it rather difficult to navigate -\ attending the summer sessionat visit by the Worthy Grand Matron 600 Temple Avenue

I '! in the shopping section. The U. of F., working ")n his Mas .fr I
I II Phone 69Jackson'i1It'
: I merchants should be happy tho', ter's Degree -- wife, Leone. i> -- II.
Ester Bush of St. Petersburg.
GIFTMust I I I we don't need signs saying "Go continuing to work at Ruby Johns' Worthy Grand Matron, and Wilber i I I. 'i.e N' 30567DA

: I slow and see our city" the maxi- also attending the U. of F Ii
:Masters of Jacksonville, Worthy i
: ;mum speed now is 5 :MPH: down summer session is Arlen Gay "
1.7'and Patron, are making "
'''Call street and S. Walnut, that'Irene Sommer (wife of the Meth- .'> .--
Be Better Than Average i i is if you don't want your bridge- odist pastor) is elated at having ort-i" .al visit. !1 -

I I become American citizen A banquet will be held at 6:30p : I
work to fall out when you hit an at ,, .IC

I those holes and canyons. Guess j,long last she was born in m preceding the meeting. '

i England and has been in America Tic kets for the banquet are $1.75tach. I I STARKE FLA.
99c we shouldn't complain It'll
Shirts $$4.95
Sport to since and members interested
look nu-e when finished -- if we .j' she was three years old Mr and Mrs Trub Hodge (H! should contact either Nolia Mid- I

!dive that Jong.Congrats I she's been working on her na- !Jac'ksonvttif uinouni<. -mn- Veidi Fri. Sat -June 18 19
dleton. Mae Green, or
to the F. :M.: Starlingsof ; turalization papers for the past 'gagemem .- :n-n(! daughter
House $2.50 t $3.95 Futch before June 19. DOUBLE FEATURE
Slippers to Lawtey who had their 2nd set I'two years and finally got them KathenmKiif.\, L Tvtstone
last Monday in the District Courtin Utah Train
01 twins (boys born on June son of Mi aWl :MIS George Tet- .. Wagon
II Tampa Says that after all 1 Circle 4 ofVSCS r.
| 13th their other twins are S I stone of Brooker. ,4. ,. With Rex Allen
$2.95 to $5.95 that red tape really -
Pajamas you appreciate
\ yea rs old find two new nurses -And-*
I Methodist \vsr
being a full-feldged American Circle of the
j at the Starke Maternity hospital I birthday on Sunday also on in Mr. Out
I I: met Tuesday evening a -upp: Muggs Steps
69c | Minnie Tyus and Mrs. Richard, Hear that Lewis and Helen I the birthday list this week we find'meeting with Mrs. Foster Sh ,
Polo Shirts $3.95 j Iluntz Hall
to ,With Leo Gorcey and
\ Doub see Roddy Struth pumping i j. 'Charles Hardy had a birthday on1'
co-hostesses Mrs
'Haines and Sylvia Alvarez left Smith, with ::Plus Serial "Jungle Raiders" Chap.
this summer at JimmyMoore's :; \
gas Sunday and his
station and while!Thursday to wprk the rest of the son. Don. celebrated Errol Alvarez Mrs. Carl Hunter. Xo. 13 and Color Cartoon for Kids

49c 69c filling summer at the Lake Minnewaska his birthday on Saturday; ,and Mrs. R. S. Mullins. Sixteen Mrs S J. Benton an-
Shorts & Shirts to we're on the Jimmy Moore sub- i, i and 1
% Margaret Colson
summer resort in New York I celebrated her ,members attended. A buffet sup- the of their Sun.. Mon. and Tues.
of '' nounce marriage
: j-'ct he's getting plenty j 8th birthday on Monday and Bar- June 20 21. 22
I Rev. and Mrs. Haines and son, i per was served.In Patricia Joyce, to Ed- I' ,
since he broke his ankle Satur- bara Sue daughter.
Tommy, drove them Barksdale. who was 6 the meeting. presided over DOUBLE FEATURE
!\ up stop- \ ward Garland Altman. son of Mr.
Swim Trunks
$2.95 : day evening he says was old
up ping to see the sights in New years Sunday celebrated at a ,by the Leader Mrs. Lucille God- I
cold sober when he fell off the' and Mrs L. E. Altman of Rich- The Veils of Bagdad
: ;Yor City while Mary Louise i j I family party in the yard. Sorry win. election of officers for the I I
i bottom back step of his house:, to II I hear that we have 4 mood ,Va. Victor Mature and Mart Blanchard
Haines her aunt Mrs more took as fol-I
visiting coming place
Boxed Handkerchiefs $1.00 | and received the fracture .j }leases I of measles this week > year The marriage was an event of -AndBrave -
T. D. Broun in Wedgefield S. C j am |lows:
up \ to hear that Beverly Black- I ISewell I I j!!the past week in Folkston. Ga.I .
sony ,
Buddy Garbett Diane
j and David Hame s staying with 1 Leader. Mrs. Henry Godwin: co- j WarriorWith
| hear got a badly infected finger j i I Colson j I The bride is a graduate of Bradford -
and Danny Cowen let'shope ;
his grandmother, Mrs. B. F. leader Mrs. R. S. Mullins; secy.,

Anson Jewelry $1.00 S from* a fish fin while cleaning!|..Haines in Altamonte Springs I the measle siege is about i Mrs. Marian Meyer; treas., Mrs. I High and has been recently) Jon Hall
Plus Color Cartoon for Kid-
up i ish over the weekend .and j' Irs. C. A. Parham says she's over its too hot to be sick. |Carl Hunter: spiritual life, Mrs.;employed in the office of the City-

: also on the casualty list is Wal-i!.heard:: from her son, Kenneth I Looked like Starke night at L. Whitehead; chm. soc. rei.Irs. .,i I Clerk.j i MONDAY

Belts $1 up Neckties $1 up Socks 49c up lace Faulk. who is spending two I I Fuqua, who is.stationed with the the Camp Blanding officers club ,::\ Sara Torode member chm., j Mr. Altman is a graduate of I LATE STAGE SHOW

weeks with his in-laws the Maxie I I the University of Virginia and
Monday what with the Methodist
:Marines: in Okinawa. Mrs Lucy Hinson. Mrs. Fro The Mad Doctor
Bring Dad In For A Fitting Of Our : Carters at the Lake he had i i See they have started building !Young Adult Class having a supper Strickland; courtesy chIn. Mrs. has been a member of the facultyof

10 have 12 stitches taken in his I Ion the J. xfoncrief:: house on on the terrace and the Rotary 'Del Colley; corres. secy., Mrs. Bradford High School. in the I VOODOO SHOW

t i hip after tripping in the boat and Frances street this week Sid I directors (new and old) havinga Errol Alvarez: flower chm., :Mrs.: English department. He has also
NEW\ CREASE RESISTANT PANTS I thru the boat windshield served as Minister of Music for Wed. Thur. June 23 24
falling I and June Shuford are spendingpart supper inside Glimpsed :G. S. Newcomb Mrs. Foster SkiSmith I ,
Another mishap-victim is I the First Baptist Church of Starke. DOUBLE FEATUREIt
Nettles Bob Firth !
Ii of the summer with Jo Shu- Ralph Henry ; publ. chm., Mrs. Sam
1 Mary Ann Smith (Mrs. Foster Godwin, Merrill Struth and their, Following the marriage, Mr.
fords at, Kingsley Guy Dot (Anderson. Happens
From $5.95 Shi) who broke her toe in a charming families thoseat I I and Mrs. Altman spent several
up and Linda Sale are staying with among ,
while the house-I ,days at Crooked River State Park Every ThursdayLoretta
stumble doinjf
Comer Perryman at the Perryman the SS party and those

]t 1 hold chores tother day i cottage at Kingsley this week Rotarians were certainly casting:\VSCS Meetingi i near Folkstor Ga. Young and John Forsytb

t i. Would like to have seen Bob I the S. G. Denmarks are also out envious eyes at all those 'licious- I i I The regular business and pro- I -And-

BARKSDALE'SDEPARTMENT t Gray: of Hampton making himself -i!at their lake place for awhile looking watermelons the other gram meeting of the Methodist Last Of TheCommanches

i a super-duper soda at Ducky'sthe !hear that Sonny Tenly left by crowd was eating Some of I WSCS will be held in the church Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen

other day he's threatenedto i plane Thursday for Lackland them almost joined'the class, then sanctuary Monday afternoon at and sons returned home Sunday I

STORE do it ever since he has been I'AFB San Antonio, Texas for ten and there 3:30: o'clock with the vicepresident after a week's visit with Mr. ,Broderick Crawford, Barbara Hale

patronizing that store as he I j weeks basic training So long see you in. the next. Mrs. H. C. Ritch, presiding. Cowen's parents Mr. and Mrs. C. I Plus Color Cartoon for KidsI"

Starke. Fla. t boosts of being a soda-jerker wayJsiback i Orchids to Judge George A. Carolyn !Mrs. C. L. Scholl has charge of|H. Cowen in Huntsville Ala.

_ns_=flflflssflflsfl.rsflsflflsflsflflsflflflflfl when : find Louise Tenly Gardiner who celebrated his 87th the program on Youth Work. -

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I Mrs. George Flynn, Sr. is spend-I :Miss: Dolores Long and Miss Dr. Argin Boggus of Atlanta NOTICE 10 APPEAR j i (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby '<4 once each week for four consecutive
ing this week in Tampa Mary Hartman of Rockford, 111. was the guest last Saturday of I in Circuit Court, Bradford. County, Clerk of the Circuit Court I'weeks in the Bradford County Telrtrapo. -
I Mr.\I Florida: la Chanrrry.P I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk i .
and Mrs. Flynn. Jr. were guests last week of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chasteen.v Frank M.'Xall> Plantiffs. 6'18-4t-T 9 Dated tli., !; ,i.i\ .>f .1'n. ;
Howe Twining is convalescing j I and Mrs Al Hartman. Miss Lillian Stump and sister I J'hzah..th M'Nail} DefendantCa'e .j j((OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
i I No 10-555 Clerk of the Circuit Court
at home following an operation;i Mrs. Wm. H. Hart and daughter -j Mrs. John W. Griffin of Ochlocknee. -, Notice To ..IpprariTo. OnCE TO \?.rl'1 Manan L. Crosby Cir : .%.
in the Duval Medical Center. Kay, and Mrs..lohn Christiansen Ga. will leave Sunday for a I reMdem: .Elizabeth e and addressis MiXallyhove." : JsO St. 'I'' la Florida Circuit la Court.Chancery.Bradford Comtttf, Deputy ;.

I II Judge and Mrs. George A. i i spent part of last week with 1 ten-day vacation in Miami and:Juhnv Pla.-. Brooklyn, New Yurk WiUter F. Undsay Plaintiff. \-
N THE ,I Gardiner spent Sunday in Hastings -!their sister, Mrs. L. W. Strickland"Cuba. 'mil You for are hereby notified that a i I Lttitia L. Linda>' Defendant Case No 10-a.n NOW YOU CAN ALWAYS t

_.. I visiting their sonsinlawand m Oxford. Mrs. L. E. Jordan Sr., of Oviedo Divorcenas Notice To Appear
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daughters, .ir. and Mrs. Zack Mrs. R. F. Young visited her I and Mr. and Mrs. Jordan, Jr. and 'I above been filed against you in the To Ijetit.a L. Ltr 1residence '.-hy, wh....t-
B. A Pope Jr. and children Mr and Mrs Lee Bevell of Bal- named Court and cause and and address is: 515 A-h- BE COOL !
Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Russell sister, Mrs. H. T. Strickland in children of Boston, Mass. were YOU are required to serve a copy of lawn Drive Norfolk Virginia
; of Norfolk. Va. will arrive boa. Panama Canal Zone were i II your answer or pleading
to the You are hereby notified that
McKoone. The occasion being Tallahassee a few days last week. last Friday guests of Mr. and complaint a --- -
next week to three weeks overnight guests last Thursday oft I I on the PlaintiffsAttorney suit for divorce --
spend Judge Gardiner's 87 birthday an- ,I Rev. and Mrs Jess Sherwood/ Mrs. T. J. Griffin. I William D. Morgan has been filed agalnct yon in the Tune in the weather you
with Mrs. Pope's mother, Mrs. 'Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly. niversary.Mrs. i!are in Bradenton this week on :Mr.: and Mrs. Edward Wilt returned -I Florida SOT Mark<< CuildingJacksondlle above named Court and cause and want this summer with
A. Z. Adkins at Kingsley Lake. j I, Miss Maxine Adams of Hortense, I you are required to serve a ropy ofi I RCA Room Air ConditionDon't -
J. E. Hardy and daughters business and visiting friends. home to Long Valley N. J. and file the original in the office of | your answer or pleading to the com-
Mrs. Paul Shupe of Eau Gallic Ga. is spending this week with he Clerk of the Circuit Court on plaint on the Plaintiffs ing. delay. You'UIHI ,
j are spending two weeks in Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Winkler and on Saturday after spending two II before I btttetlChas.
,her and Dr. and Mrs. at the Joseph K Skipper. 21 Florida
uncle aunt.
is this week
spending with her
: I Haines City visiting Mrs. Hardy's daughter, Martha Ann, visitedMr. weeks with Mrs. Wilt's parents, 19 day of July, 1954; Title Building. Jacksonville :J. ,
/( parents, Mr and Mrs. R. F. Dem- I:W. E. Middleton. Dr. Middleton, sister Mrs. Coleman Deas. and Mrs. Fred Hoppensteidtin Dr. and Mrs Lemuel Colson. The I Complaint I otherwise the allegations of sale Florida ,I
orest Miss Madge Middleton, and Miss will le taken as confess- and file the original In the office, C. ShepherdTV
j I W. R. Walters of Reidsville. Ga. St. Petersburg on Sunday.Mr. Wilts and Colsons spent last weekat so by you of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on .
Mr and Mrs. W. T. Jacksonand i Adams are spending the latter was the overnight guest Sundayof and Mrs. Gene Long at- Lake Kerr in the Scrub. Mr. This notice shall be published or before the 19 day of
the Middleton once each week for four consecutive 1954: ; otherwise the Radio Seat
of the week JUly'1 COH'r"Phone
family are several part ai
spending I Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly tended the Tax Assessors District and Mrs. Lemuel Colson Jr. and weeks in the Bradford County Tele said Complaint will be taken as
weeks at the Fred Leonhard cot- at Cedar Key. graph. 239 Starke, Ha.
camp BULOVA WATCHES $1 per Meeting and dinner in Pa- son of Panama City joined their fe-s ed by you.
Lake. Mrs. F. J. Pellum and daughter. I Dated this 17 day of June. 1954. This! notice shkH be published
tage on Spring
family the weekend
week at Dahmer's. (tf) latka Tuesday evening.Mr. over
Mr and Mrs. H. Fussell of' Carolyn will spend nextjweek I .
W. -- -
Marion Ward and Nancy Cooperof and Mrs. Red Melton and Rep. and Mrs Doyle Conner
Auburndale were! Sunday guestsof I in Fort Myers visiting Mrs. Jacksonville are visiting Mr. children -of Jacksonville were had as their guests last Friday
the N. S. Dankel and J. W.I I'Pellum's parents, Mr. and Mrs. '
at fried chicken dinner
and Mrs. S. G. Denmark this Tuesday evening guests of Mr. a
Furlong families. ::S. L. Rutledge. I'I
j I week at Kingsley Lake. and Mrs. Junius Smith. served on the patio at their home

Mr. and Mrs. J, G. Harding of I 1, Mr and Mrs. Glen Acree of I of Kingsley Lake: Judge and %

-- -- 'Douglasville. Ga. are visiting Mr I Nashville, Tenn. will be guests:',Mrs. George Patten Sheriff and p *
and Mrs. T. B. Harding this week. I next week of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie i iI )I Mrs. P. D. Reddish and Mi: and

1111 I I ALVA R EZSTnO RE Men's Clothing 1'1 J JMovING I Mr. and Mrs. Harding and daughter ,Oakes. I II Mrs. Jesse Smith of Starke. Rep

Established 1894 I I June and the J. G. Hardings I Mr and Mrs. Edward Burns returned and Mrs J. Emory Cross of FOR /
I Mi E B fJJ'A
spent Sunday at St Augustineand I home Sunday after two Gainesville Rep. and !s
Jacksonville Beach and Monday months spent with relatives in Jones of Greenville. Rep and
: at Silver Springs. :Miss June'Dallas. Texas and El Dorado, Ark. Mrs. John Crews of Mai-clenny

i!Harding returned to work in Atlanta Bobby Jean Oakes is spendinga I and Mr. and Mrs Paul Eubanks

i on Thursday. month with relatives in Nashville |of Sneads.

i |I Mrs Grace Saunders returned Tenn. and Anniston, Ala. FEW SUGGESTIONS OF QUALITY MERCHANDISEAT

to her home in Jacksonville after Mrs. J. H. McAlhany and Mr. Recent Births

LOCAL Safe PHONE spending three weeks with her and Mrs. J. C McAlhany and sons

OR Dependable daughter Mrs. Nelma Keen. of Reedsville, S. C. were Sunday! The following births have been CUT RATE PRICES

LONGDISTANCE v Economical 311 I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Clark of Mi- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert I announced by the Starke Maternity -

ami spent the weekend with their Barksdale.Mr. Hospital. ,

R. B. Alvarez OR aunt. Mrs C D. Williams. and Mrs Wallace Faulk I Mr. and Mrs. F. M Starling $1JLawtey i RONSON: The Gift That Will Surprise Him I

Agents For TRANSFER AND i Mrs Ada Alexander and daugh- and daughters of Jacksonville and I twin boys! Thomas! Grif- ; I
Dtlcher Bros. 250-J 1 ter, Wilma and Mrs. A. N. Holli- Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter are fin and Timothy :Michael on June With Delight

STORAGE CO. I 1 day .spent last Thursday in Gainesville cottage spending on two Kingsley weeks at Lake.the Carter 13. Lighters $5.95 u pRod THE NEW SCHICK 20

Mr. and Mrs Gene W Noegel
:Mrs. A. L Alvarez and daughter Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr is spend-
STORAGEPerryman I Irma and Mrs. Havana Johns ing two weeks with her parents, of Starke, a daughter. Patricia :

I and daughter, :Mrs. Ed Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Spencer in Elaine, on June 14. & Reel $7.95 up ELECTRIC RAZOR
Mr. and Mrs Eugene Lee of
BIdg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida ''visited Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mizell Orlando while Mr. Carter is with I
in Jacksonville on Sunday. Irma the National Guard at Fort Mc- i Starke a daughter Peggy Ann. -

remained with he Mizell's for aweek's Clellan. jon June 14 PARKER
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visit. Mrs. H H. Adams ana cnuaren : $26.50
E i Mr. and Mrs W. H. Leslie of spent from Thursday to Saturday I Ban on LoulslannaStrawberries Fountain Pen
GIVE DAD--- i 10 Day Trial
Jacksonville were Sunday guests with Maj. Adams at Camp Gordon DeniedA
of the Paul Raymond and R. B Ga. I I

A New or Guaranteed Used Alvarez families. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arnold and 1 supposed ban on the ship- SCHEAFFERPen&PencilSet REMINGTONDeluxe :

I I' M? and Mrs. George Simpson daughter. Jackie and Mr. and i ment of Louisiana strawberries a

Watch For Father's leave Saturday for Dennison Ohio !Mrs. George Miller and son Jack i because of a beetle infestation i Shaver $$29.50
Day to spend two weeks visiting Mrs.Simpson's 'spent Sunday at St. AugustineBeach. i published in a (cony of The Packei 10 Day Trial

t: I parents, Mr. and Mrs. I recently was later denied in th .
se sr sppppspspsp IIIIII III III I
O. R. Russell. Mrs B. C Holtzendorf. Sr. is same publication in a later issue
WE HAVE A LARGE SELECTION 0F GOOD USED t Mrs. P. H. Wilhelm and Mrs. I spending this week with her mother i An official connected with Th Wrist Watch $9.95 For Better Shaves
WATCHES AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Annabell Stifeet of Miami spent Mis. R. Koolbeck in Jasper Packer Gus Guthrie, said: '

ALE GUARANTEED last week with Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. L. D. Green was called to I I "There is nothing to the i.poitCHARLEY USE SCHICK SHA VEX
Steve Simmons.Mrs. i Tallahassee last Friday when her

R. J. Davis and Mrs. A. i daughter, Mrs. Willard Pass underwent J Pipes $1.00
e EXPERT WATCH REPAIRINGiiEuijiiiiE.> = M. Pettit of Gainesville spent i a serious operation. Mrs.I up COMB I AND

= Friday and Saturday at the Davis (I Green will remain there indefinite- : !

house on Church street. They ,ly. I BRUSH SETS '- $$1.00

: : were joined on Saturday by Mrs Mrs. J. D. Clack of Tampa spent' Toilet Set $1.00 up

Davis' sons-in-law and daughters, the weekend with her sister', COMPLETE LINEFATHER'S
:: I Mr. and :Mrs. H. G. Davis and son, Henrietta Hunt and Mrs C D. '
West Call St PHONE 153 Starke Fla. I, i Greg, of Tallahassee and Mr. and I Williams.Mr. .

???...nYm.YY..mnm..rm..n..n..n- l Mrs L. F. Smith, Jr. and son. and Mrs. N T. Ritch and Wallets $1.00 up DAY CARDSS I

'Larry. of Gainesville. Mr. and children 01 Hialeah are spending :

I i:Mrs H. G. Davis and son, Greg, this week with their parents, :

spent Saturday night at the State Mrs. Carrie Ritch and Mr. and
'Farm visiing Mr. Davis' parents, Mrs. Floyd Green. I It
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North. Mrs. Ewell Lawson and son.

Miss Rosenberg and Mrs. Dyal Jimmy, of Starke and Mr. and t

were guests last week of the ,Mrs. Frank Castleberry of Au- : FOR

Macclenny Business and Professional burndale left Monday for a four 1 KOCH'S
I Women's Club, where Miss :week trip to Los Angeles Calif. :

i, Rosenberg installed their 1954- ,to visit Mr. and Mrs. Marvin E. JOHNS & S0>j POP AT

1955 officers, using a flower serv- I Castleberry. While enroute they PHONE: 53 STARKE FLAI .

Sewing Machine Operators I ice. A covered-dish supper fol- )I visited Mrs Lawson's son Cpl. about this question ": ,- .: .
lowed. I Jerry Lawson at the WilliamsonAFB '_::::" =: :::- : :''' --=-; : :: -=:: c: .:._ '::< :: _':-=";': :": .:: -= -: _, _=: ; ,-- .. : /

i Chandler Ariz Other sportsmen with whom ][
Mr. and Mrs L. E. Clark of l
Experienced UnexperiencedAGES I fish hunt. or play golf, tell mi e4'
I Men's Rally of the Presbyterian Del Rio. Texas were guests last I
18 THRU 35 Church at Grace Presbyterian week of Mr. and Mrs I. E. Clark. | they wouldn't fe without Personal i4 -.-- 1

Church in Gainesville Sunday Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Griffin and Liability. Insurance be.4:, er4 .
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde flees of Waldo L.
afternoon.Mr. ( ;
of the risk of S-S.
Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital : and Mrs. Robert Hanrahanand were Sunday afternoon guests of cause injurin t'l-I'

Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others children of Waldoloro Me. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin.Mr. !someone. Does a sportsmar'I 4

are visiting Mrs. Hanarhan's and Mrs. Jack Trawickand i pay the same premium of onh.I ,i'S' -
APPLY AT OUR OFFICE mother, Mrs. Alice Lambert children spent Sunday at St 13
for I
$10 $10.000 1
per year protection *
10th & CHURCH STREETS Beach.
manager of the Starke Hotel, and Augustine I
,her uncle, W. M. Clark of Hampton. I Terry Dea Duke was the guest ? .. 4

: !last Saturday of Kathleen Thomasat i 4
Co. :
Manufacturing I
: Miss Josephine Johns of Jacksonville Crystal Lake. 4 /
i spent several days this Miss Dolores McKnight was J t

t Starke, Fla. I, week with her aunt, Mrs. Lonnie the guest last week of Mr. and Charley E Johns I 4 -

Sullivan. Mrs. R. M. Arnold at Ocean Side: 4 l 1 i /
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__ __ __ ,1 Miss Frances Barry visiting I Beach. 4
. c" _. ,_ relatives m Wauchula this week. Mr and Mrs. A. E. Utermoehlenand & Son Agency t I \
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Mrs. E. L. Matthews and 'I daughter, Mrs. Norma Broylesof ,3 E
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daughters are spending from Pittsburg, Kas were recent.
Thursday to Saturday at Cedar guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cham- ::, Phone 13 Starke, Fla.I:,1.4 // t I
I 14k
Keys with the Dr Middletons. pion and family. I I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiOPEN Ii I i ;

Mr and Mrs. William Whichello 3 t4 e 'I'v

ot Belleville, Mich. Will be week- '

Dedicated To Community Service end guests of Mr. and Mrs PIT --- _J \

"l\lole8 Are Better Than E'\er" Robert Firth. 4 --- ..
i Mr and Mrs. Dave Paulk and BARBOUEOAKWOOD 4 .

If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad I II I i daughters spent the weekend 4 gUIIDER NARDWARF
,,I with relatives in Wfflacoochee, 3 WllHeloYouPlanfora\
cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETSFri. Ga. l USED I p.

., Sat.-June IS. 19 Tues., Wed and Thurs. Mrs. R. N. Carswell and daugh-i FRIDAY and SUNDAY: 4 *>
I II '
DOUBLE! FEATUREI'm I June 22 23. 24 ,ter, Wynn, of Waycross, Ga. are 4
: 'spending this week with Mrs. !" From 2 P,M I. Til Open Sunday From 2 P M. 4 4 i'ff. LOVELY: LASTING HOME >

runnm' this town and Carswell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. : 4 >
I'm runn;,,' kill.s out I JHE CARELESS M. W. Lance. ; 4 >

Mr. and Mrs. Dameron Black PELICAN CLUBHighway 4 t! -u

'a .ANCE.. and children of Atlanta are visiting .4 4 4 .4 A at Moderate Cost >
Mrs. Black's mother, Mrs. >
16 ::1{ Miles East of Starke
tl' W. B Parks, at Kingsley Lake 4 :No rust nor rattle for
Dad's Den Mom's Kitchen the
this week. jt-ars to comeith our -- Youngster's I

aI Mi and Mrs. Richard Thede .'rf# j smart matching lockset Playroom good planning can stretch limited :
STAI ETTA I t3y and son of Gainesville spent the :4 by KwikvtSargent -
Charles weekend with Mrs. F. H. Long. 4 Yale building budgets to cover all the family ,t...

Mrs Wilma Dockstader and son, DANCES 4 Schlage. pet ideas. Well help plan your home from >.
BilK are spending two months 4
with her father, Ben Welch and 4 r blue prints to roofing. No charge. No obliga >

e aaai rurally In Elmira, N. Y. 3 3 lion. Stop in soon. Be in your new home by E

Columbia ReprintDIAMOND W H. Nollman is returninghome EVERY 4 fall. *
today from St. Luke's hospital 4 _
--And- where he underwent an op- 4 4 >.
QUEENWith .THtion last week. : 4 4 t .
:Mi, W H. Hart and daughter. .

Arlene HaW KIth:;. John Christiansen, andMrs I ByTOMMY'S 4 Build a BIG garage for STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLY :
and i J C are attending I 4 >
utBilly lioj" artoon Manning TANTRUMS .4 a SMALL price as
Chap. No. 10 Serial d re, epion in Jacksonville today i 4 little at $13.44 per mo. Phone 45; Washington St. at S \.L. Depot >
101 their niece. Mrs. Gary Dickey
...AND 3 PEOPLE WERE TRAPPED 4 for all maleriali from Starke Fla. .
CTLA CORAN who was recently married. j i ROUND AND SQUARE 4
FOR UFE! cement to roofing. p.
Mrs. Sid Shuford and Mrs. Ben i 4
Sun., Mon.-June 20. 21 Hall were in Jasper Tuesday Visit- DANCES .4 5. t
r !0 M E WAUBOARO ant TU80AR0 P
ing an aunt, Mrs. Albert Wynn. i A e4C/I iI VC IJ .
f TceRNICOwR, : The BIGAMIST Mr and Mrs. L. O. Hazen spent I .4j a Sound bu..hingnn'itrong ceiling t

the weekend in Plant City as Fun For All .4 t. Our cabinets are so beautifully designed \....,
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J guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emery so reasonably priced. '
: !u Ei3d'iTahc. Hazen imt. G
, .nZld tllPi9' i Mr and :Mrs.: D. of1 j 1 4 j
M. 'uIDK | C. McKay The Sound hushng Armstrong ceiling

I j Tampa were weekend guests of, PELICAN CLUB : ; tile teams up with handsome pre- I:
II II I A Nmwwrt fMtan Plus "Ballet Opp" Cartoon and Mr and Mrs. J. F. Jaudon. finished sheetrock to make a \ t
II Latest \Vorkl News I, \1 I
I Plus "Gopher For You" Cartoon Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith and I 4 charming bedroom or plaToolJL'

I And Latest World News M. A. PAYNE family spent the weekend at Salt I 3 Miles East of Starke on Old Blanding Road ,54I .

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FRID4Y, dL'Yn '
-E 18. 19at
Pearl Harvey of White House. Smith. Hope all have a ins and ;
son Leo. of Jacksonville of Jacksonville were visiting the
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. and I
FARMER'S ? [LY'd i i I were visiting the Lacey Normans !Marr's family Sunday Oht'r
t children of Green Cove
t2 t Springsare ,
Bud Wilkinson
Lacey and Lar- I Sunday. i I guests were Mr. and Mrs I."n..-,
spending a few days with Mrs
dndz ry Norman were in Gainesville j Our Bible School begins Mon- Marr of Bronton.
''r DIARY ; Sapp's parents, the Lacey Normans Friday on business. T. E. Peaseof !day June 14 and runs through w I I
and while here they went -
St. Mary's, Ga.,
was in our i June 24. Come out and learn
________ .< visiting in the State Farm section community on business last week. j i Did you know that one cub:
something about Jesus. There will
The author will 1 be glad to receive They are on their vacations. foot of water per second is eqin''
Edwin Griffis returned to Ft. '!be projects for the children to ,
Items of interest concerning 4 Mrs. Sapp was well known here to almost 450 gallons per mmut
Bragg after spending the weekend (make things every day.
the activities of farmers in before her marriage as Cleo Nor- or approximately one acre ,ru ::1
with friends. Mr and Mrs Dink- Mr. :
and Mrs. Berton Cruthers
Bradford County. Suggestions maybe -4 man. She is an employee at the per hour?

t left at the Telegraph office or Western Union Telegraph Co. Her .
mailed to Sam McGarvey Lawtey, 4 By Ceo T. Hugfins husband is post master at the I --=--- .i

County Agents naval air base.

By Sam McGarveyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.. : Agricultural Extension Service I Mr.in Desert our community Griffis of Evergreenwas Monday Let US Feather Your Nest With A Little Down .

I End Of Half Year With ACPIf Grass Needs itrogen' I Miss Leonard Norman and Mr. I !

Soil conservation is not new. I more trash we cut into the soil you art participating in the Nitrogen-starved pastures usually Pease were in Jacksonville on

Down through the centuries many the better. We plant legumes to I Agricultural Conservation program means forage-starved cows. business during the past week.

farmers have been taking good build the soil. you received a letter a few Experiments have shown that 1 Mrs. Sarah Norman Evelyn

care of their land. Now, we have I We like the soil. From it comes days ago that can be important to pound of nitrogen supplied to the Theodore and Callie and Jenette

coil conservation!. service men everything physical to give life >ou. pasture in fertilizer will usually Griffis were in Jacksonville Mon-

trained to assist landowners to to our bodies.Ve trust that You requested cost-sharing for produce 5 pounds or more of beef!day on business. 0.V. Marr of

work together in districts, so when we finally surrender qur carrying out soil-building prac- growth providing the pasture has Mirns was here visiting the Man

that by cooperative effort, each farm to someone else, the soil tices on your farm during 1954.. other necessary nutrients. Grass family Saturday. I

will benefit. will be the better for our having You designated certain practicesto where there has been a legume, Mrs. Pauline Hamilton and
lived in the city, a conserved it. 30th may not show a need for nitrogenyet.
When we I be carried out by June Michael and Diane Sapp of Law-
piece of land was an inert mass i I and others that would be completed Grass alone having a yellowish tey visited the Lacey Normans I

from which living things sprang.It Good faithful Joy gave us a in the fall. Those supposed to color needs nitrogen. Too Friday. !,

has come to us that the soil is beautiful white heifer this week, have been carried out by June 30 much nitrogen applied can be kc- Phone 80 -- Starke, Fla.
The sick ones this week are
: wasteful. You will losea
a living thing, just as much alive must be recorded in our office.If perhaps : :
which Gene named Faith. We great amount of the nitrogen Mrs. plen Norman and Leonard .
as a cow, hog, or a tree. you have not completed them,
treated the naval with iodine, and too much Norman; Geraldine Griffis, who to
that the soil through leaching or I
We know today you can make request for exten- II
lookout for screw- I for the number cattle has the measles; and Mr. Con- I
and will keep a good growth of
that it is nourished
breathes, sion. Request for such must 3 Rooms
grows richer and produces abund- worms. Old Joy looks all rightso made. !''to eat when you apply more than verse.A 1

it is sickly, starved, and far, but we'll enlist the serv- 1 30 to 35 pounds at one application. thought: "Thou shalt do that
antly, or Practices requested for fall com-
little or noth- ices of our new "vet", Dr. Mullins This means available nitrogen which is right and good in the:
will be considered'early in Furnished
before long to give her a dose of pletion from fertilizer. formula. If your sight of the Lord: That it may be Completely
ing.On dextrose. July by the County Committeeand last application was not a well with Thee." Deut. 6:18.: ,
our farm we notice two dif you will be notified your com-I
plete mixture then 400
Mrs. Maudie Smith and daughter -
ferent conditions. Where the soil share cost assistance.
of Any
Enjoyed meeting Mr. and Mrs. S-8-8 or 500 pounds of 6-6-6 would Shirley were visiting Pauline
is covered with sod, as in the pas- changes you might like .to make 48 PIECES
John Caldwell who are located supply you economical amounts of Hamilton Thursday.
ture, there is an improvement go- I should be done before June 30. individual nutrients.
east of Lawtey near Ed Durban's.John I the Higher
Ing on in the soil. Covered witha Additional requests should be made Mrs. Maudie Smith her daughter
with the analysis fertilizer and smaller
is a mining engineer application -
Clara Boone, and
protective layer wind and rain by June 30. I Shirley,
Highland Mine, and we had a lot .;'is most economical. 100
cannot blow it or wash it away; Jettie Padgett were the persons
of fun talking to him about Finne- Equine Kncephalomyelitis SeasonBetter pounds of Amonium nitrate is !
the hot sun cannot kill it. who attended the Union Meeting' FOR .95
gan. But we're going to stop i known to us as sleeping equivalent to 200 pounds of nitrate : in OJ 9OO
at Oak Grove Friday plareof
But in the fields, a heavy rain poking fun at our rustyheadedpump I sickness or blind staggers in of soda in supplying nitro Maudie Smith Padgett as printed r'

washes the top soil away; a wind, for we hear of other folks I horses and mules, this virus disease gen. You check the prices with I earlier.

blows the organic matter away; having the same troubles. For instance I is a killer when it strikes. your dealer and you will be con- (Last week's news) > r ONLY JJr

the hot sun scorches the bare Bryant and Ethel Reddish. We are just in the beginning of vinced as to which one to use. Mrs. Ona z ;
Mrs. Ann Harvey and yA
soil We cannot cover our farm the season when this disease is In figuring your fertilizer needs I
Hardee shopped in JacksonvilleTuesday.
with sod, as we must raise row Went for a swim and picnic this most prevalent. always figure the cost of the ingredient Mrs. Pearl Harvey of

crops, but if we could, the farm week at Joe and Dorothy Ker- Yearly vaccination is the ap- you want. Just as im- Whitehouse is visiting her son.

would Improve each year. regan's place on Silver Lake, whenit proved way of preventing this portant as fertilizing is trying to I II E. C. Harvey and family. $30 DOWN Plus Tax

However, we try to keep our I was almost as hot as it used disease. There is no satisfactory I not ovk" graze or under-graze'I Mr. and Mrs G. L. Sapp of :

land covered in the summer with to get up in 'Jersey. We all gave I treatment. It is known that several your pasture. Grasses are in their Heilbronn visited the Lacey Normans -

cover crops, and we never burn Robert and Gene swimming les 1 snecies of mosquitoes carry most nutritive stage when growth Wednesday. i lpi BALANCE ON 15 EASY

oft a field, as we believe that the sons we hate to see anyone growN ;I the disease and it is possible that I is probably between 3 to 8 inches. Evelyn Norman and Janette re-

other blood-sucking insects are You are dangerously affecting Jack-
turned home Saturday from : i1I
when is grazed too MONTHLY PAYMENTS
growth grass
earners. We are very fortunate sonville after searching for work I -
in having Dr. R. S. Mullins living close and the protein value decreases Prescott called on I
Jo( fast' becomes too
I and practicing in our county now. as I Rachel Norman Saturday evening 1- --- -
Oonu<-t Dr Mullins or us for haying fibrous and tough. ; and took Rachel and Evelyn to

: vour work stock vaccinated. I Starke.
It will be more economical to have e..yy..n..n.vv..r.IIIGIILAND The Richard Sapps of Green I m mmm I IG II

sewia1 animals: in your communi- Cove Springs returned home Mon- ,

'v isted A dead horse or mule : : day after spending a few days I !

I Iaatapa i fman'ial loss. 'with Mrs. Sapp's parents, the .
Prevent Inserts On Livestock I NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Normans.
By Mrs. Lacy Lacey
When vou pull a tick off a hog 1' Mrs. Maudie Smith, her daugh- NEVER

01 {cow and mash it you should be, I J ter, Shirley D. W. Boone, and his ;

> I'onvmed that something needs 1 Church schedule: Sunday school, '!daughter, Edna, went to Jacksonville HERE
oe done An animal can not Mrs. D. W.
0 services. 11a. Thursday to get
9:45: a m.: Worship
J- w t tin'm\ when blood is being lost Boone who had spent a few days
399.95 J m. and 8pm. Sunday; Prayer I
through ticks or lice. In some meeting 8 p. m. Wednesday: Choir I with friends and relatives there BEFORE!
(cases flies on cattle are just as:: :
Teach- and in Tallahassee.
practice 7:30 p. m. Friday 0 $
ALSO 1953 MODELS injurious to the economy of the I er's meeting 7 p. m. Sunday. Pastor -I Ellen and Larry Norman spent

;i animal as are ticks and lice I E. C. Harvey and Sunday I Wednesday night with Mrs. Noi- I t 1 Do Not

3.4 Ton l/z Ton :, Spraying with DDT is pretty good;'j School Superintendent W. C. Har- ,'man's mother, dad, and sister,

I j To be a little more sure of killing, I dee. I Bertice in Lawtey due to the S II
(ticks it will pay to add BHC. A, church here sickness of their sister and dad ConfuseWith
309.95 249.95 Visitors attending
good sprav recommended by Dr |who have been very ill for several .
I l Sunday were Wilbur Mobela and ri
Leonard Swanson, parasitologisl weeks. 7 .

'with the Experiment Station is 4 Winfred Wilkinson of Jackson- I Happy Birthday to Tim Harve ..

j I pounds of Benzine HexachloridE ville; Leonard Wilkinson of Manville on June 11. This week's sick list '

:with 6 per cent gamma isomei. ; Mr. and :Mrs. R. E. Sapp includes G. N. Norman, Mr. 1 'a- .LT : Other

and 8 pounds of DDT wettable. and sons, Dickey and Paul, of II Converse. Ellen Norman, Wayne : : .

I powder in 100 gallons of water. Green Cove Springs; and Mrs. I and Marcie Hardee. and MaudwT'
4 Shows.!
;All i insecticide companies have a' I I"k. .
v I'combination material with these" -
raw 1954- 'h
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( ingredients. Two other insecticides i .
recommended for beef cattle are ] J '
i '
': toxaphene and lindane. Do not''

i use the above materials in dairy, GlbVe6L

I cattle if they are in production for '

the freezer that gives : home or commercial milk supply. !;, '
t i On dairy cattle use Methoxychlor i

Ibs. of 50 cent wettable'!
18 per aq E -
you better living powder in 100 gallons of water for I v

flies. If lice are on dairy cattle I

use 25 pounds of the above material -
every in 100 gallons of water. I

No chemical has proven satis- ,' r'

flies but sanitation will help keep OLD TIRES AND SUMMER HIGH. '

them to a minimum. Piles of WAYS DON'T MIX. AVOID TIRE $ r .i i ,

manure and straw around the barn I Tiff
( with
and lot make good breeding places I FAILURES new

!| for these pests. Treating all j jj I .

I j wounds with a preparation con- | I .4jt : 1-: Lj .

4'' ,j taming lindane will aid greatly in ; GOODjiEA\R 'W .

$?o i, preventing S'rew'orms.. I .. -: "' \ I,
A I I! .

I j factory for stables, horse, or deer !I : I
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':up who cannot swim. I
'ice I! I DE8.UXESuperCushions ti OUR -o..

: Picked a couple of hampers' i TONGUE

: Crowders one day this week and ,i
then we all set in the shade and MIGHT BE ..

(':shelled them. Alice put up 14 -RIPPED OUT! t I 't '

qts. of them in the freezer, and :

i: make believe they won't taste,' ,, ; L4C'

A !1 ?ood later on in the year. ,
;i ill 1 t I jhf

i i Went over to Brooker this week ,; I IP u

I and got a few watermelons from j Get new Goodyears now
"- Aubrey and Lucille Hazen. resistance :: s M 1
Aubrey j for maximum 1Y
,\was loading a hog. so we stayed j j Why risk danger? to heat caused tire fat ,. e 1
frozen foods buy R '
604 pounds of better living- lout of his way. These folks have [ ures. old 1
miles in those
that save money and assure good meals I I six acres of tobacco, and we wish i ii We'll take those worn unused-male it easy for far

them luck with it. tires off your lou the extra
I thin to enjoy
and comfort ot
Most can be sure your and you safety
Important, you The new friend we made that j hands pay new DeLuxe Super-

foods are safe in a Hotpoint Free er- day. though was little Neal: i to boot Cushions by GooJ'ear.GOODMAN'S .

be sure they'll be waiting for you Hazen, aged 4, who is recoveringfrom II
an attack of polio. Sam had I
fresh appetizing, delicious. And
it, too. at about that age. so he a -s.-. '
frozen-stored so conveniently that you I was able to shake hands with the i -

( little fellow and tell him that he ': -
never have to"hunt" for your 0 '
would grow up just like any other -
and (
choice. Come see-soon. boy.

75 Ibs. a 3 removable I, 'I i i' r '
tl quick-freezes We all got busy fixing up the .f

. sliding baskets O cake and pie rack barnyard fence, so that the new
B Interior color styling I smooth calf. Faith, would have her own t MAKES FRANKENSTEIN

little With the help of
lock-handle pasture.
aluminum lining tl safety
Frank and the boys, we tore out ; ttfftiIi
i jail the old rotted posts boards.
W. have Hotpoint Freezers sized A C ft Q C rusty wire and really cleaned it i : G

for oO JiomM. This 17.2 cu. ft.size H J cf. 7 V up. Then we stretched some new ,

fence wire and now the barnyardha
i s
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT < a "new look". f
3" : -
1 1I
I We got the boys started playing::

mumblepeg" (a contest of skill Ili

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE E i I II in flipping ways a up pocketknif into the air in ,different so- WARNING! GIRLS SHOULD NOT COME ALONE! EscWt I II

,that when it falls it sticks uP- : SERVICE STATIONSEEBER I j jMflkI ,

224 Temple Ave. Phone 166 I right m the ground); now we I
i want to get them pitching horse D. GOODMAN JITI June DADI! Late Show Only All Seats I

Starke Fla. !shoes. Trouble is, Where's the I
I 21 I 11111% 10:30 P.M. 50cPAaB ,
horseshoes! In this day and age, U. S. 301 at South City Limits J
all a guy can find is old auto tiresI I. (


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Farmers, Wholesale Buyers, Truck Jobbers, Truckers And All Those Interested In The Produce Terminal of Jacksonville is one of the largest general C
markets and the most modern anywhere in the Nation. There's
The Produce Industry.'. ample space for track deliveries and pickups. Located on the north-
south truck route, the market is readily accessible from all growing E
areas in Florida, Georgia and Southeastern
Sout Carolina.
You are cordially invited to attend the gigantic opening celebration and big inal includes every convenience possible FROM COVERED The LOADING termE

barbecue Wednesday, June 30 (Barbecue 1 P.M.) at the nation's newest and most AND UNLOADING PLATFORMS, FARMER STALLS, E

modern Produce Terminal. Old Kings Road at Edgewood Avenue. ICING FACILITIES. Wholesale Buyers will find all their produce E
needs will be available
at the Terminal, saving time and moneyWilli =
one-stop buying. ;

BRADFORD SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICT ON THEIR U S Highway 17 truck route between North and South, crossing USE E


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HANDLING -YOUR PRODUCE The location is convenient to buyers from Stores, Hotels, Res- E
taurants and Chain Houses located at Jacksonville; and is equally C
convenient for out-of-town buyers, farmers,truck jobbers and truck
-4 ers. .The Terminal is along a unit of Jacksonville's Express Highway ,

-. System and will eliminate delays formerly encountered by E
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JTTXE 18 1954
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rTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTTTTTVTTV- freshments. Everyone is invitedto Mrs. T. N. Norman and :Mr. and 'is improving.Mr. Home Demst. Agent's Sal. & Expenses 1,980.00 1,980.00Demost. Racing Monies 4 659<47<

and Mrs. S. E. Kennedy and & Ulust. Material 300.00 300.00
attend. Mrs. E. E Sapp and Mr. and Mrs.J. -------- --------

STATE FARMFormer There will be baptism at Bay- E. Sapp all of Heilbronn daughter, Madeline, are on a 4-H Club Camp (Girls) 75.00 75.00 Total Estimated Receipts %118.ll 40306.01
week's vacation in Highlands, N. I Less 5 Per Cent 1,505.91 2.015
less Highway Sunday night. Springs. 4-H Club Camp (Boys) 75.00 75.00 38
C They will occupy the Reynolds''cottage
Everyone Is welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas I' while the Reynolds are inj t Forest Farmer Chap. 20,899, Laws of Fla. 1,256.00Library -------- --------
-:- ,and children of Bnwker were visit-Rawleigh visiting their daughter., I! Appropriation 300.00I! 95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts 23,612.20 38.290 71

Former residents of the Farm Well, folks school is out and ing Mrs. Thomas' parents Mr.I I Mrs. Nicholas Bursen and lrs.1ManqVn I j Publicity & Public Improvement 1050.00 1,000.00 I Balances To Be Brought Forward: Cash 8000.00 1.200 00
Mr and Mrs. A. A. Jordan of all the kids nave donned their Lewis .
and Mrs. H. H. Sunday.
[ V. entertained with a Court House & Annex Cap. Exp. (Furn etc.) 1,250.00 1.250.00Equipment ---- ----- -
Gainesville, and their guests Mr. bathing suits and headed for the Goldie stayed over:, ( I
Their daughter
shower last Thursday night at the for Assessor & Collector 2,206.00Equipment Total Estimated Receipts and Balances 36,612.20 39.490 71Millage
and Mrs. Bernard Jordan son lakes. All the ladies are very for a few visit with her i
i days Inn Mrs. Wm. Scales.
I honoring ( Levied Last Year 2.25 Estimated This Year 2.801
Ga. visited for Circuit Court Judges Office 700.00
of Waycross. and
Kenny busy filling deep freezes jars. I cousin Yvonne Conner. About forty guests enjoyed the
friends Wednesday afternoon. The men folks are filling to- I I Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Wilkinson -('I I party, and Mrs. Scales received a I Reserve for Contingencies 333.61 454.85 Fine & Forfeiture

House guests last week and bacco barns. Everyone around veritable "shower" of -------
and daughter, Madelene of ;;: gifts. I Estimated Expenses Last Tear This Year
this week of the L. R. Duggersand Bayless Highway is in a hustle Total Appropriations 58,188.67 58339.01
Bostwick, and Mr. and Mrs. Alton I'I The Keystone Heights Community -i Salaries Circuit Court Judges (24064) 450.00 41712
C. Johnses are Mrs. A. J. and bustle nowdays, but when Thornberg and baby of Mariettawere Church was the scene of a Reserve For Contingencies 454.85 Salary Juvenile Judge roo.M: 30000

Rogers and daughters, Lavonia old man Winter comes around. recent visitors of Rev. and i!lovely wedding ceremony on Wednesday -
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and Debra of West Palm Beach. ,everyone will be rewarded for :Mrs. W. E. Hall. i| June 9, at 4:30: p.m., when rotal Budget (Should Equal Amount Availablefor Salary County Prosecuting Attorney 600.00 300.00
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews recently his work. Susanne Elaine Culberson became Jailor, County Jail 1460.00 1.58000
: Rev. and Mrs. Hall were visiting ( Budgeting, Form C-413)) 58,188.67 58,793.86
enjoyed a vacation in Au- Sunday afternoon was very exciting I the bride of Paul Wilson Price of Salary Juvenile Counselor 1,000.00 1000.00
their son-in-law and daughter.
burndale for a week visiting relatives -I all the National Guard Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Murrhee and Auburn, K). The bride is the Amended By County Commissioners of Bradford CountyIn Impounding Appropriation 1.2OJ.OOFees ()

and what fishing trips !boys left for Ft. McClellan, Ala., son at Hilliard Monday night of(daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Regular Meeting of September 8th, 1933 and Costs Clerk Circuit Court 1.000.00

they enjoyed with plenty of fish. I.for two weeks training. I think last week. Also visited their son''Culberson of ParkofUtePalms.I I I ANALYSIS OF GENERAL FUND M1LLAGES Fees and Costs, County Judge 4.800.00 5.000.00
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Feagle had the Dr. A. J. Holl performed the dou-
Lester and Iris Crosby
Fees and Costs. Sheriff 13.500.00Bailiffs
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Taxes Max.Millage. 15,000.00
spent Monday and Tuesday at"record with three sons leaving. blering ceremony. Betty Jane ,
Guy Han at Cocoa Wednesday Authority & Deputies 00.00 50000
Kingsley Lake with Mr. and Mrs. We all pray for their journey to Jones of Danville, Ky., was maidI"lofhonor 1'llrpo..eppropriationi Necessary
night. Sheriffs Commissions on Fines Colle. 1,000.00 1.000 00
and Mr. Prather 193.32 Agriculture &
C. G. Edwards and family of Jack- be safe and successful.
sonville who are vacationingthere I Glad to see Tink Philmore home I Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman father of the groom, was best price'l Livestock 5,430.00 2,329.74 0.5 Conviction Fees, Co. Proaee. Atty. 1.500 00
I and son Gerald of Heilbronn Gray Culberson brother of the 292.15 Witness Fees 1000.00 1,00000
this week Service Officer 2,329.74 2,329.74 0.5
from the He and his mother,I
army. (, Springs and Mrs. Robert Myrick bride, served as usher and Don I Jurors Pay Roll 600.00 50000
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Johns and Mrs. Claude Moorer, of Tampa, of 224.00 H-wpital 4,659.47 4659.47 1.00
and children Kathy and Billy 'Price, brother of the .
i groom, was
two children of Jacksonville spent are visiting relatives here. M. Total additit,...J millage authorized 2.00 Other Court Costs &: Fees 3000.00 1.00I1)O
Starke were visiting the H. ring-bearer. [
Monday and Tuesday of last week Mrs. Ainis, of Miami was visit- I Millage allowed this year 4.05 Maint. & Repairs County Jail 300.00 500 on
Sunday. .
The bride chose for her wedding
with her parents Mr. and Mrs.' ing Mr. and Mrs. H. B Kelly re I \\ith Utilities Expense County Jail 47500
white taffeta
gown chantillylace I. ---
E. J. Yarbrough. I cently.We rrTTTTTTTTTTTYYTYTYTYYYYKeystone mtafmillage this year' Fuel Expense County Jail SOl 00
ballerina 6.05
in length and her
Mr. and Mrs. William Edward are a little late to extend {{ Heights !veil was shoulder length, falling 'I' Coroner's Inquests 300.00 200 's3

Yarbrough and family of Perry congratulations to our graduating 1 i I from a cap of seed pearls. She Road A Bridge Maintenance Feeding & Care of Prisoners 5.000.00 4.80000
spent Sunday night and Monday seniors Kathryn Kelly, Bonnie | :carried a white prayer book' I Estimate Of Receipts: I.a..t'ar This Year j Law Administration Supplies & Expense 30000

with the E. J. Yarbroughs. Mr. Clark. Jenny Carter Russell Cros- j by :Mrs. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA i I with a white orchid. Professor 'I Taxes ((3.5'Mills) on assessed valuationof Purchase of Two-Way Radio Eq., Sheriff 2x.00 1.36200
and Mrs. Albert and by and Charles Newman. We wish > Sterret I
Yarbrough I t presided at the organ and $4,452,492.00 16,583.72 Mainten. of Two-Way Eq., Sheriff 75000
family of Gainesville joined themon you kids all the luck in the world 'sang during the The I
Gasoline Tax
ceremony. (Amended)
Mrs. John Cellar and grandson I 27500.00 Reserve for Contingencies 752.00 506 ,9
Monday and remained over in anything you attempt.Mrs. 0.1 'I young couple left for a short trip Monies
I have been visiting Rev. and Mrs. Racing 27,000.00 7000.00
night. Lloyd Crosby and Mrs. to Daytona Beach. I -------- ------ -
B. Weld. They were on their Taxes 5.75 Mills
way I 26791.95 Total 38.984 12
Appropriations 36,612.0
E. :Mrs. Wil-
Crosby were visiting
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wainwrightand Circle 3 of the Community I
home to Key West from Other
liard at Revenue Receipts (Amended) 250.00 2,500.00 Reserve for 50659
Browning, a patient Contingencies
children spent Sunday after- ton, Va., where they have Burling-I'Church Women will meet for asocial I
Alachua General hospital, Sunday. lunch and bee -------- --------
noon in Gainesville with friends. the last four months. sewing onj I -------- --------
Mrs. Browning is much better at I Tuesday, June 22, with Mrs. Sara Total Estimated Receipts 65833.72 63,791.95Less Total (Should Amount Availablefor
Calvin Pace son of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Muse is quite ill in': Budget Equal
Mrs. L. W. Pace left Thursday of this time. a Jacksonville hospital. j D. McDonald. Mrs. Axel Malm- I 5 Per Cent 3,291.69 3,189.59 Budgeting, Form C-413) 35,612.20 39.490.71

last week to spend the summer in Just about everybody who hasn't 'gren will be cohostess.We I
already had the measles has had Mrs. Robert Hutchinson returned hear there !95 Per Cent Interest & Sinking
Tennessee with relatives. were three instances j Of Estimated Receipts 62,542.03 60,602.36
Friday from Alabama, where she
them the last few At the
in days. of "breaking and entering"into :Balances To Be Forward Estimate of ReceiptsTaxes Last Year This! Year
Mrs. Don Ray Tilley and youngson little was visiting relatives. She left Brought : Cash 3,000.00 12,500.00
returned to Jacksonville over present time Roder Kelly the children with her family there business houses last week in ((1.5 Mills) on assessed valuationof
has them. Vincent and Johnnie Keystone -------- --------
the weekend after a week's visit for of the Total $4,452,492.00 6,678.74
Mack Kelly and Gerald Norman a part summer. Estimated Receipts and Balances 65,542.03 73,102.36

with Mr and Mrs. M. J. Collins. have just got over them. I Mrs. D. G. Peters of the Canal watershed which is properly (MiDage Levied Last Year 3.5 Estimated This Year 5.75) Racing Commission Funds 1,000.00 800.00

Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradleyof Mrs. Louise Crosby entered the Zone was in Keystone this week- managed from the viewpoint of Taxes 1.5 Mills 6,939.21

Jacksonville visited the J. M. of Florida for three- end. She is studying at the Uni- the land is the first step towards Road & Bridge :Maintenance
University a -------- --------
Bradleys Sunday. week session Tuesday. versity.Dr. |well managed streams, lakes, and I' Estimated Expenses Last Year This Year Total Estimated Receipts 7678.74 7,789.11

Mrs. Medford Shealy and chil- Thought for the week: We can- Farrar was reported seriously I reservoirs.-Dr. Paul B. Sears \ Salary County Road Superintendent 3,164.10Salary Less 5 Per Cent 38194389.47

dren spent Saturday night in not prosper in the truest sense, ill last week, but at last reports Yale University. County Road Maintenance Crew 21400.00 25,324.00 -
Gainesville with her mother Mrs. -------- ----- --
Cleo Trice.Mrs unless we, give God his rightful I II I Maintenance and Repair to County 95 Per Cent of Estimated Receipts! 7,294.80 7,399.74

L. E. Mosley, former residents -, place in our lives.TYYYYYYYYYYYVVVYYVYYYYYY. AMENDED BUDGET FOR 1953-54 I Road Buildings 300.00 Balances to be brought forward: Cash 355.20 44009

and four sons of Plant City,I 1 Repairs and Upkeep Road Maintenance
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are spending this week with the JUNE 7, 1934 Equipment 9,000.00 Total Estimated Receipts and Balances 7,650.00 7,839.7
W A. Kirklands. The Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County Florida, Rent of Equipment 500.00
BRANCH (:Millage Levied Last Year 1.5 Estimated This Year 1.5)
STORK SHOWER LONG met in regular session with the following members
present L. L. Ren- Gasoline Fuel Oil and Lubricants 3,500.00 3,500.00

Mrs. Billy Overstreet was hon froe, Chairman; H. A. Bishop, Jr., M. O. Harrell, Jessie R. Chastain, Other Road Supplies 1500.00 500.00 Interest & Sinking

ored,with a stork shower Saturday by Mrs. J. L. Strickland and Carl Prevatt. Insurance 1,500.00 1,200.00 Estimated Expenses Last Year This Year

afternoon from 2 till 4 o'clock at I and Jimmy LangAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA The Board was called to order by the Chairman and Invocationwas Timber & Other Materials Bridgesand Outstanding Cert. of Paymt. Maturit. 7,650.00 7,758.91 '
Mrs. W. A. Kirkland's home. ,
Ap- given by Rev. W. E. Hall, pastor of the Pine Level Baptist Culvets 12,000.00 8000.00 Reserve for Contingencies 80.83
propriate games were played and (
the eleven guests present enjoyed I I We are sorry to learn that Mrs. Purchase of Right of Way Property M __

cooling refreshments. The honoree Charles WeLhausen whose hus- Due to the heavy road building program now being carried on in Roads (Amended) 2,000.00 2S65.01 Total Appropriations 7650.00 7,75891

received many useful and beautiful -! band recently departed this life, Bradford County, tle County Commissioners of Bradford County find Expenses Procuring Right of Way (Amended) 3.000.00-.I Reserve for Contingencies 8083

gifts. is very ill at this time. We hope that the present Budget of the General Fund and the Road and Bridge Construction of Drainage Well 2,500.00 2,500.00 .

for her speedy recovery. Fund is not sufficient to meet the expenses of this fiscal year, therefore Purchase of New Equipment 8,000.00 10,000.00Road I Total Budget (Should Equal Amount Available

VVV7/RVVV/VVVVVIVVVVVVI I Sunday June 20, there will be upon motion of Mr. Harrell, seconded by Mr. Prevatt and unanI- Tax Due and Payable to Municipal 4000.00 4,025.00 I for Budgeting, Form C-413) 7,650.00 7,839.74

'special services at the Long mously passed the Board adopted the following amended and Other .
Budget High Way Expenses 2,000.00
Branch church of course we all Amount Payable by Tax Collector to State treasurerFor
BAYLESS HIM instructed its clerk to have this Budget advertised according to law -
Iknow it is Father's Day so there --'--- -- ----- Health DepartmentTax
and to send two copies to the office of the lIon. C. M. for his
:will be dinner at the church as Gay Total Appropriations 65,400.00 71,878.11
Levy for Health Unit under Sec. 154.02
by Mrs O. E. Crosby t well as special services in the approval as to form. Reserve For Contingencies 142.03 1,224.25
Florida Statutes 1.15 Mills assessed $5,000.00 $5,090.41
church. At 2:30: in the afternoon STATE OF FLORIDA )
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there will be a baptising, four are This is a true and correct copy of the Budget as adopted by
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Church News to be baptized, there will be no COUNTY OF BRADFORD Total Budget (Should Equal Amount Availablefor Board of County Commissioners of Bradford County on June 7, 1954.
Rev. H C Martin filled his night services, I understand. The Budgeting, Form C-413) 65,542.03 73,102.36
I, CHARLES A. DARBY, Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for CHARLES A. DARBY
regular appointment at Bayless Maxville church is to have a bap-
the State and County last aforesaid, do hereby certify that the above Fines & Forfeiture Clerk Circuit Court
Hiway Sunday morning and evening tizing Sunday afternoon also, at
a large crowd attended.' the same place the Long Branch and foregoing is a true and correct recital of actions of the Boardof I I Estimate Of Receipts: Last Year This Year I L. L. RENFROE, Chairman

The associational BTU Mass churchjUses all in Black Creek. County Commissioners of Bradford County, Florida, on June 7,1 I Taxes (2.25 Mills) on assessed valuation

Meeting of the New River Association Needless to say all are welcome. 1954 insofar as they relate to the subject matters contained therein. $4.452,49200 10,018.11 I Board of County Commissioners, Bradford County

will meet with Bayless Dumpie Wilkinson spent most of as the.same appears of record in the'Minutes of the County Commis- Confiscated Automotive Equipment 500.00 This budget will come up for final adoption at the Board's meeting-

Highway church Friday night.I last week in Gainesville taking a sioners on said-date. Public Records of Bradford County.IN Taxes ((2.8 Mills) $4,659,475.07 f 13,046.54 i Ion Monday, June 28, at 9:30 a.m., at which tlme all persons desiring

The host church will serve re- special course in P.T.A. training: WITNESS whereof I have Fines and Forfeitures 20,000.00 22,000.00Other it.3 are invited to appear before the Commissioners for discussion or
She says she really enjoyed her hereunto set my hand and affixedmy 1
study course as well as her short official seal at Starke, Bradford County, Florida, this the 15th Revenue Receipts 100.00 100.00 I the various items.the .

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spent Sunday In Tallahassee visiting AMENDED BUDGET

i(I Richard relatives.Lang is in Tampa with Report Of Estimated Revenue, Receipts, and ExpendituresOf I mos

FLORISTFLOWERS 1:relatives. We understand he isgning Bradford County For the Fiscal Year 1953-1954

| to work there. .
General Fund .
I Jim Strickland, Lee and Minnie I
Estimated Receipts Last Year This Year
::Moore went to Macclenny and
Taxes (10 Mills) on assessed valuation .
''Starke last business.
For All Occasions Friday on
Jim met several old friends while of $4,452,492.00 44524.92

'waiting for Lee and Minnie to get Taxes ((6.05 Mills) on assessed valuationof ,
PHONE 218 'through with their chores and re- $4,659,475.07 2S.189.84

'turn for him. Intangible Tax 150.00 150.00
:Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Jones spent the
i best.
@ 'part of the day with the Lonnie Railroad and Telegraph (Amended) 400.00 5qO.OORacing .

':,Padgetts Sunday. Monies 12000.00 27 540.53

DISH GARDENS The revival at the Holiness Insurance Agents Licenses 370.0( .

jchurch closed Sunday night. Candidates filing fees (Amended) 150.00 540.00

POTTERY I I Gertie Faircloth's daughter Kate Occupational Licenses (Amended) 1,000.00 1,500.0(

POTTED PLANTS i I spent part of the day Sunday with Beverage Licenses (Amended) 500.00 700.00 aI

Flowers {JJ'iredAnyzrlzere {,i Gertie.NellielIkinson is recovering Excess Excess fees fees 1,500.00 790.00
300.00 for
nicely from her recent operation. youh iiey !
(Soon be able to be around again. Excess fees Amended) 472.86

i Those calling on the Stricklands Other Revenue Receipts (Amended) 500.00 115.00

Nona St. StarkeLate Sunday afternoon were Bud Har-
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.... ris; Melvin Watson; brother-in- Total Estimated Receipts 60724.92 61,828.23
.. .. -. '. law. Jim Hornsby, from Starke; i Less 5 Per Cent 3036.25 3,091.41
niece and family. Mr. and Mrs. I
Never before has General Motors offered
George Bums Linda and Stanley I
r : ,. 95 Per Cent Of Estimated 57,68-8.61--iMBalance
Receipts ,
from Green Cove Springs Mr. and
2 ; its in its
higher-prjced cars lowest-priced line. /
y Mrs D. B. (Bun) Gnffis Henry To Be Brought Forward, : Cash 508 1100.00

Onffis and the daughters of both
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Lmme Sidney and Edith Harris. Total Estimated Receipts and Balances 58,188.67 59,836.82

Ball Butler and Dora Byrd all 1 i! Millage Levied Last Year 10 Estimated This Year 6.05) -
!rom MaxviUe, and Daisy Lang, I -

('Ia\ Hill General Fund #

Estimated Expenses Last Year This Yeai r
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r'' Salaries County Commissioners 3000.00 6000.0(0( -I
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L ., -J PINE LEVEL' Salary Clerk Board of County Comm. 1,800.00 1.SOO.OC() !.

Supervisor of Registration 1,200.00 900.OC() I i I

I Attorney to Board 25.00 25.0C60.0C()
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YOU CAN'T RUN to your in- I of State Attorneys 347.6 0 I
t-urance agent for more in- The Youth Fellowship met with Administrative Fees Clerk Cir. Court 650. 0 i This is Chevrolet's greatest car and today's greatest Only Chevrolet In the low-price field gives you all

surance while your home is ,,the Friday Pine Level night Baptist of last Churchon week Commission & Fees Co. Tax Assessor 4, 00.00( 5.500.CK5.500.0C !! value! We're so sure of it that we invite you to prove it these "fiesf Buy" values- e BIGGEST BRAKES HIGH COM.

going up in flames. with good attendance with supper Commission & Fees Co. Tax Collector 4,500.00 to yourself by any test you like. Look it over-try it out. PRESSION POWER FISHER BODY QUALITY SAFETY PLATE GLASS

NOW before disaster strikes, i j i served on the grounds.We Maintenance & Repair County Court ; See how it gives you features and advantages you'd FAMED KNEE-ACTION RIDE FULL-LENGTH BOX-GIRDER FRAMI I!
were glad to have Rev. House & Annex 2,500.00 2,500.0 o i I expect to find only in much higher-priced cars!
is the time to make Mire you
(and Mrs-, Alton Dobbs of Jacksonville Salary Janitor .
have adequate insurance flaysafe : 2000.00 2,038.3 81) 1 1
with us at cfcurch. Court House & Annex Utilities Expenses 2,400.00 775.00 ; Combine new Chevrolet
your purchase :
Call a protec-
on us Dinner
guests of Mr e
lion check-up today. 'and Mrs H. H Lewis Sunday were Rev. I Court House & Annex Fuel Expenses 650.uo ; Come in now and with an extra low-cost: vocation! ;

and Mrs. W. E. Hall :Mr. and Mrs.I Expenses of Election 1,200.00 1,600. (91 I CHEVROLET Order your Chevrolet through us, pick it up of i
-- II I Legal : & Amended I prove.tfor yourself the plant in Flint, Michigan. Chances
Earl Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. j Advertising Expenses ( ) 300.00 1,342.9 5 ore, you'3wve :

,Bishop Thomas and family. f Administrative Supplies & Expenses 3,12L26 3,000. 01 2 enough to pay your vacation travel costs \

H. C. WALL :| Mrs. W. E. Conner is on vaca- I' Insurance 1,000.00 1,200.

1 tion this week and enjoying it too f t Insanity Inquiries 200.00 200. Now's the time to buy! Get our BIG DEAL- Enjoy a New Chevrolet!

AGENCYPhone 1:by canning lots of vegetables at | Welfare Department Appropriation 3,600.00 3,000.00 0

146 home.Miss Ardelia Hall of Jackson-I 1' Tuberculosis General Welfare Patients State Sanatorium 2,000.00Hospital 2,000.60p. I 0i TORODE CHEVROLET CO.
i :
vile, Mrs. V. E. Thornton and!
200 E. Call Street Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Mynck were:i Expenses for Indigents fn2.4\J\ 4,659.4 TI .

Starke visiting the H. M. McRaes Mon-j, Salary & Expenses Co. Serv. Officer 2226.25 2,329.7 i

..... ... .I.. day evening,..also-visited Mr. and I County Agent's Salary .& }uses .3,600.00 3,000 : ,I.PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL AND COURT STREETSTRlDAY.


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Toccoa Falls QuartetTo At The Tabernacle CHURCH OF JESUS ( i I Orlando visiting their father, Pitt and baby visited his mother, Mrs.
LATTER DAY S.\L Varnes. Fredia Norman. Saturday night
Sing This Week Rev Syd L. Rees of Jackson- Services each Sunday in 'i Mrs. J. B. Sapp of Starke spent
At Gospel Tabernacle ville, brought the Sunday messagesto sonic Hall on E. Calls St. the weekend with her son and HAMPTON
School 10 a.m.. Sacrament i daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. CIIRISTI.ClIURCH
Gospel Tabernacle congre-
ice 6:30 Everyone Carl
4 p.m. Sapp.
I ,. gation. The principal thought Mrs. Rafe Carroll and childrenare Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship
x brought out by the speaker during FAITH BAPTIST spending some time here with Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program
II I the morning was the fact LAWTEY, FLA. I iclatives. 6:30 p. m. Evening Service 8
St. Mark's Episcopal Methodist Church II I that even the stars in their courses Sunday School 10 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Marklee Norman p. m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon pastor.H .

Rev Raymond E. MatBlaia I II I fought against those who fought. ing 11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. I ....--..-..-- -- -- -- - - -
Church School 9:45: a. m. Morning against the Lord. (Judges 5:20): I service -
Wednesday 7:30 -
p. -
Schedule of Service I Worship 11 a. m. Supper for iI i I The evening text was taken from I A. E. Massey, pastor. !, -
Intermediates and Seniors 6:45 Romans 6:23.: I Bible School 10 A. M. I
I '
p. m. Worship service for MYF The meetings Friday and Satur- UHF 36H
9:4.5: a.m.. Church School 11:''I groups 7:15: p. m. Program given I I day at the Tabernacle will be in I SEVENTH DAY I i H CHANNEL
I a.m., Morning Prayer &: Sermon; by pupils of the Vacation Church I charge I IJ Ii of :Mr.: E. L. Johns (of ADVENTIST ;
6:30 p.m., Young People's Serv- School, 8 p. m. I Gainesville) and Mr. E. Y. Berry, Services each Sabbath pastOl'I I I'! WE GUARANTEE OUR
ice League. Tuesday, 9:30 a. m., WSCS I respectively. Sunday morning and I j I RECEPTION BEST BECAUSE:
II Mr. F. L. Sacher Park- Masonic Hall on E. Call ,
HOLY COMMUNION prayer group.Wednesday J. evening of I v' FINER MATERIALS
1st. Sunday 11 a.m. 3rd. Sun. 8 p. m., the Hourof I t. I of-the-Palms minister to the bath School 2 p.m., I MORE MATERIALS
day 7:30 a.m.FRIDAY Power. Chap. 6 of the book. J group. each second and fourth I
"Recapturing Pentecost". f; l Last Saturday morning mem-!3 pm. Elder Mostert, : IMPROVED SUPERIOR TECHNIQUES
7:30 p.m. Litany &: Meditation. Thursday -- Youth Cnoir rehearsal bers of the Englewood Woman's Bible Study each Thursday ; I CALL 239 To Receive TWICE As Many T V Stations!
8 p.m., Choir'Retoearsal.Grandpa 6:30 p. m. Chancel Choir Club of South Jacksonville dro-.e Everyone welcome. I} Tonight. FREE TRIAL
_I rehearsal 7:30 p. m. Evangelist Hendon Brown and down to view and study the famous I j ANTENNA INSTALLATIONsmso
Saturday. 10 a. m., Pastor's the Toccoa Falls Bible College I' oil painting, "The Feast Of ASSEMBLY OF I
Class.Presbyterian. Male Quartet will present an inspiratiOnal -I Belshazzar", hanging in the Taber- :
Membership I ('or 10th 4.: Clark St Ii I i
I religious program at nacle. The history of the paintingwas i I Chas. C. Shepherd lOP
: the Gospel Taternacle Tuesday, given, and literature was Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
Church June 22, at 8:00: p. m. This program made available to them. Other I ing Worship 11 a. m. I TV RADIO SEAT COVERS UPHOLSTERY j
i i f which promises to be chal items of interest in Tabernacleand Night j:45: p m Tuesday Starke FloridaSTARLINGS
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Morn-
shown, and the'
'( II lenging'and uplifting as well as' Annex were ":.45p m Friday night 7: !'
ing Worship 11 a. m.. "This ThingI I' ladies expressed themselves as '. ; ,,,, ,, ,, ,. _.
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8 enjoyable will consist of vocal ; James H. Cam -F""fr '':: :J""" <:<;; ;'1it ? ;; ; ;;:; ;:; :.O-;: ;;: ;" < ---c.c: ': -;: :::
Know Evening Worship p. m. with their
being very pleased

!"To Monday Hear,and June Speak"21, through. Sat.in-strumental" 'I'I I visit IThe ;'.'- '- -. ,- '-.- .- --, ..--- :: <:: :.''::'-'.--.: :":, ::===--::: :;
and a heartstirring public is cordiallY invited
r I June 26 the pastor will be .teaching -
Bible at the Presbyteriani I The members of this musical to hear the Toccoa Falls Insti-
Thinks We i I Youth Camp. O'Leno State Park. team Tommy Hicks first tenor; I tute Group which will be at the
the Seashore I Wed., June 23 there will be no Daryle Worley, second tenor; Nor- Tabernacle Tuesday evening. June
Moved to OR
Since We BoughtOur prayer service due to the pastor'sabsence. .man McLean, baritone; Bill I
I Adult Choir practice 8 Beardshaw bass: Alton Bynum, '
RCA i p. m. pianist are preparing them- Christian Church
Room Air Conditioner Thurs.. June 24, there will be no selves at Toccoa Falls Bible College -
You fl feel better, too.. I Junior Choir practice due to the for full-time ministerial l Bible School 9:45 a. m. Wor- .
fresh, cool, invigorating air pastor's absence. work. They will inspire, challenge ship Service 11 a. m. and 8 p.
will give everyone in the I Pastor will be back in pulpit on and thrill you with their testi- m. Prayer Meeting each Wednes-
family a new I lease on life 1 Sunday, June 27.curucii. mony in song as you realize that day 8 p. m. J. E. Sherwood
the year 'round. i I! they represent the Christian youthof Minister. STORES *
OF GOD today and the Christian leaders
Chas. C. She ph ere 1', Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning of tomorrow. Church of God

Worship 11 a. m. Evening Toceoa Falls Institute is an in-
TRallio Seat Cover'S 'I Services 7:30. YPE Service Wed- terdenominational Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- _. ._ ......_ .. ., . .. .
Phone 239 Starke, Fl;L. I Bible college ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- if"o; : : : ; !;-; ''' "" ';<-:;;-#-<:" =-r-tc"'::: .d-" _::: __:;:-";;::: :;: -- ::: j :: : : :.o; :<
'nesday 7:45: p. m Prayer Meeting located ninety-three miles northeast ning Service 7:45: p.m., Y.P.E. ,
Friday evening at 7:45.: of Atlanta Ga., in the foothills -' and
I of the Blue Ridge Mountains Prayer Service Meeting Wednesday, Friday 7:45 p.m.7:45: p.m Lb. G R ITS 5b 39c
oiIt : t 'outside the city of Toccoa, Ga. OLE 1 E 0 19C
The school also consists of a fully I
I ,trc-edited high school and a com- Church of ChristI MEAL 1 Sib 39c
mercial department. Toccoa Falls I
'Institute is one of the older Bible| Preaching A. )L and 7:31: TOILET TISSUE Northern 7 C for
Starke i Institutes on he North American,P. M. "JELLO 3 23cS
[continent, havng been in exist-1 1 Prayer Meeting and Bible Study
|lance for nearly half a century. 'each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. ONIONS alb 15c
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor I Lux Camay for
St. Edward's Church AIR PARK BAPTISTAir S SOAP 3 13C
Jefferson and Court Streets Ib
In The Heart of Town Park Baptist Church: Sun- GREEN PEANUTS 19c
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. day School, 9:45: a. m.: Preaching
day masses, 6:30 a. m. and
Holy Service, 11 a. m.; Training Union.

8:30:Children's a. m. Class Saturday 11 6:45 p. m.; Preaching Service, 8 .(:: ...; ::.= =-,-.:...:. -::-.. -: :-=:.. -- ..:::.. --:_- '._.." .
Wednesday -
p. m. Prayer meeting
Sunday Sermons 11:00 A.M. 8:00
: P.M. a. m. 8 p. m.PE."TECOS'I'AL.

Sunday School 9:45 A.M Training Union 6:45 P.M. Keystone Heights
: (Women's Club) HOLINESS
Midweek Service,Wednesday 8:00 P M. I Sunday Mass 8 a. m. CHURCH PEPPER I

... .' '.. '..- .. ...._.. ',- ,_. Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. Sunday SChOOl 10 a.m. II
.. -_ .- .. .'- .'-'---, -',- Confessions before all Masses. Morning Service 11 a.m.
Evening Service 7:30 p.m. I
I Prayer Meetings: Wednesday

First Baptist Church I I|,' night Sunday BAPTIST 7:45: School HEILBRONN p.m. 10 CHURCH Saturday a.m. Preach-nigW 7 c. 2 f j j'i

,;ing 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30
P ... .. :p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayer
'.k .,. ''Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. _
,..,:, # : |Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor.Lavvtey ; ?,_ :'_ :. : _: ..! :- ":==:: :::. :: '::, ;li { -c-> ':=::ij--: ; -=:=--: __ =--_ -'_ '.'_::=' ';:
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,.' ,A, .,.. 2r4t I' ... | Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn I. Fresh & Good 'lbs WATER MELONS t tI
"" ( ; ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serv
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: Orange Park, Fla can. I IM
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I day School 11 a.m. carton 25C

S HAMPTONInvites nesday Wednesday each month Evenings-1st S p.m. Wed- I L K Any Brand 3 Tall 38C

i Public maintained cordially for invited all services Nursery -: OKRA Ib 15c 11
i I Community Center Building.

I Kingsley Ave. and Highway 17. ..__ .. ..,. .. ___ __,__ _.. __
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of this Church under the ministry of Pastor I I BAPTIST CHURCHLAWTEY

Bob Gray, on the Lord's Day, June 20th, 1954. I!preaching.10 a.m. Sunday 6:15 BTU School 6:45: 11 prayer a.m- SARDINES COCA COLA ;

service. 7 o'clock song servIces
The weather permitting, dinner will be served : 7:30 evening services.

j on the grounds after the morning service. I I


; 8 The p.m.Pastor services.will speak at both the 11 a.m. and COOT! Sc i2Y2cSTEAK I i

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Hole Bridge Varnes Baby Dies New Keystone Heights Lions and Lion ess Officers at Installation Lemuel G. Sibley, 'I Surviving are two daughters,

SRD At Beach Mrs. Ida Youngblood. diid Mrs
Bid Awarded by Delray Former Resident I'

'1 _. -yp !: Elma Drew. both of Tampa and

The White Construction Co. of; Ethel Diann Varnes four months I Dies in'Tampa Sunday I II two sons E. S. Sibley of Starke

Bronson was apparent low bidder old daughter of Mr. and Mrs I and Ira Sibley of Jacksonvillt-::
I Lemuel G. Sibley, 90, died inj!
on the Scout Hole bridge and Curtis Varnes of Delray Beach :
1 I i'I Services were held Monda at
Tampa Saturday at the home of1
connecting link. according to an I died Friday, June 11, in a hospital p .Lt his 4 p. m at the Hope Bapt.s' Chun-h
1 daughter after an sxtendediline&s
announcement this week by the I I at West Palm Beach following a ; He was a former resident : at Theressa. Duval Funem: Home

State Road Department. '!i,brief illness. i i ii i \ r'f Bradford County was in charge

The bid was for $102,411 and The parents are former resi- '
: .
Included surfacing and constructdents I of Bradford County andhig ".----,- __ _:L_____ ifi<__.----- "_, ____ ;
on SR-231, Bradford '
a b.ndge
funeral services for the child
and Union Counties from a point I .
were held in Santa Fe Cemetery' SAT. a MON. ONLY
on SR 235, about two miles north I .
of Brooker northeast about 2.9 Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock j

miles to and across New River. I I with Rev. J. E. Sherwood of the '- -

i: First Christian Church officiating.
Arrangements were in charge of'' ki I
MONUMENTSIOWEST DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. .:. _

I Besides her parents the child New Kej'stone Heights Lions officers are ((1 to r) rear row: In the center Joe Moore wants outgoing President Roy fi.

S PRICES! j is survived Jeanette.by three Lmoa sisters Louise,Frances and- John Camp, treasurer; Anthony Baker, secondicepresident; Jim Browning with a past president's pin.New HANKIES

FINEST QUALITY I f }lcKa)'. first vice-president; Bill Beam director; and Henry Snelling
Marlyn Sue. Lioness officers installed are ((1 to r) Edna Baker, director;
I director. Front row standing are: Albert Alt man, thirlticepresi-
No Extra Charge Zona Harvey, chaplain; Marie Camp, secretary-treasurer! ; Del Beck-
dent; Amos Cronley, Lion tamer; Bernard Firth, director; ArthurBpckwith
For Setting Or Near wlth \ii-e-president; Joy Baker, director Erma Altman president 6-Limit
'"' WELL president; and Harry Baker tail twister. Kneeling are ;
STARKEWrite : Joe Moore district governor-elect; anti "Tony" Kea\es, director. and :Mary Brouning director. C

Lot of Colors _
TONIGHT Newsome DiesIn

u Ray 'Can't Get Enough Of Those Fish And Hush tOe Value

RCA Room Air Conditioning VA Hospital _
will help you sleep like
._ a baby you'll feel After Long IllnessRay. -I- -- --

For Free Folder better every morning. Newsome. 65, retired farmer LADIES
C ha C. antl'longtime resident of Starke. ,
ATLANTIC MEMORIALS.. s. Shepherd iliidVdnesclay night in the Lake
City Veterans Hospital, where he
TV Ratio Seat Covers BLOUSES
715 FOUST ST. had spent the past two and a
Phone 239 Starke, Fla.
JACKSONVILLE FlOtlDA' half years. ,,

Mr. Newsome was born Dee Puppies'j

..... _'"t>..4 21. 1883 in Union County and was
the son of the late Carter and 0 l-Limit CS

Laura Hollingsworth Newsome _
He was a veteran of World WarI Odds & Ends of
member First
and a of the Bap-

ist Clyirch.

He is survived by his widow.

Mi s. Edna Howe Newsome. FtT

Other survivors'are two broth-, : Ui j LADIES I PLASTICSCUFFS
RADIO el:,. w. H. Newsome, Wildwood.

ind Perry Newsome Starke; and

three sisters, Mrs. Lucy Scarborough It.s "chow time" at the Keystone Heights liotarand Butseriken dish up hush puppies for the wait
Fabens Tex.; Mrs. Ruth y fish fry. On the left generous sen'ings of fish ing croud. Proceeds from the fish fry will go for

; Bedenbaugh and :Mrs. Alta Greg- hush puppies, ('oleolaand tfessert are being servthe KotarrS summer swimming program.

TELEVISIONSales ory. both of Hampton. [ ed to hungry patrons. On the right Lon Kushton ....

Rev. S. E. Spaiks will conductthe
--p-span funeral services. Pallbearers' Over 400 :1.00 ValuesILimit

will be the trustees of the First A. E. Crawford Theatre Students Boys c

_____________________ and Service Baptist Church. ,I Heads Lake Brooklyn Perform For RotaryStudents Will Attend WOW .

6 Funeral services will be held' Civic AssociationA. Camp at BlandingMore

22IN.TenipleAe.PHONE166 Starke, Florida 'IL this afternoon (Friday) at 2:30j i from the Bagaley

o'clock in the First Juvenile than 400 boys membersof _
-- -- -- K ._ Baptist Church. E. Crawford was elected Theatre Jacksonville. 5
Interment will follow in Crosby'' president of' the Lake Brooklyn presented a variety program at five Boys of Woodcraft units We
Lake the Club and eight B. O. W. Spoitmen, Exchange
Cemetery under the direction -; Civic Association last Saturday Rotary Wednesday. i i

t of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral I' night at a box luncheon and busi- The program was in charge of Clubs of Florida will be guests I We Refund
Sell It Rent k Trade It
Home. of the W. O. W. Life Insurance I
ness meeting held at the Park of Rotarian Ed Dahmer, whose son i, Society at two encampments I We Satisfy

![the Palms. : Frank is a Bagaley student and I June 20 to 27. at Camp Blanding
\WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow George Starlings I i The committee met to discuss appeared in several numbers. In ,: The boys will be quartered tn

Dies of Heart AttackI matters of safety sanitation and their colorful costumes the young i buildings in the National Guard
I I i community welfare. Representatives -
Rates Good Results Easy To Place Board of singers and dancers presented! area of the camp, where they
George ( Buck) Starling. 33t, from the State will sleep and eat.

%0 WORDS OR LESS, O.VK INSERTION 50J5r formerly of Lawtey, died suddenly |Health and the sheriff's office numbers that ranged from tap to The fist: encampment! lie Starkl"

EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c Monday of a heait attack ati|! gave short talks. toich songs. They were accompanied comprised of boys from BOW }1a,

Iils)1T OP IS PElt: ('.:\T O\ TWO OR MORB SKRTIO\* Cw! ltanooga, Tenn. A native of 1 Serving with Crawford next and directed by their instructor united at Chattahoochee Qumcv .

: : ADDITIONAL FOR BI.IOUS OR ADS NOT PAID INl)\'AMP. Lawtey, Mr. Starling had been a :|I year president will be R.: C.F. Crawford.R. Sacher secre-vice Mrs. Bagaley. j Tallahassee. Lake City. and I !S,: ':_:-= 1[ :: _:: :;;.' ::- =-::: _--=_ .::-___:-.

_ ; Gainesville. Tht"yViII be there
I IJE.'IOIU.1YS. i: resident of Jacksonville for 19 and Following the program. Presi-
) CARDS OF THANKS RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Line i' years. He" was a member of the ,J.tary-treasurer N. Allen directors; E. F. Bennett for sectionone dent J. R. Kelly expressed his for a four-day period: June 20-23

COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) I I to the talented The second camp period. June
( J richness Church at Lawtey and and E. L. South- appreciation young-
'i : ; L. C. Gayle 24-27 will! include from tints
War II. sters anti their director for mak-
veteran of World
j jj two J. M. Brownlee
well section
,- i ; in Starke Live Oak. Palatka.
I Fill I SALE-New 12 ft. fi.-hin? boat. i Survivors ale his wile, Mrs.''and F. W. Schroeder section ing the long trip from Jackson- Pensacola, Sneads, and '
Call14, or t-er at Tiny's Service YUle to bring :the delightful Woodville
i two M. M.
Maiy Starling
; daughters. three Culberson and
A. J. Thomas, Starke, Fla. I Station. rIp 6/1 : Miss Nettie Starling, Heilbronn i I argent: section four; W. E. Ross gram to the club. include The encampment Softball program will The Opening Of A SubStationOf

H \" WANTED-Cashier, high school .Springs and Miss Sandra Stoner, I and S. J. Snyder section five; | It was announced that a meeting fishing swimming
school graduate. Apply! I-ovett's [archery and other sports. There
FOR SALE ItoheWE of Jacksonville; two sons, Wyatt i Gordon L. Purdy. Park of the]'I of the new board of directors will also be competition in floor The

.. .... i Starling of Lakeland, and George Palms; O- B. Hinnant, Camp Im- I will be held next Monday night
.IIW ..acr c tr HAVE SQUARE DANCES on I work for the Boys of Woodcraft
:; IllOu"" Jr. Jacksonville his i W. Schroeder -I i at the home of the incoming Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry
u... by De.uetrre lIultdn" Friday and Saturday out 2'i ( Starting : mokalee: and Mrs. F. I teams.
In*.. In "' .ra"'&. HfUaUdliUiou ub- miles from Starke on the Keystone :mother Mrs. Nettie Starling; Mrs. T. U Perry, and Mrs. M.I president. A. J. Thomas Sr. I
la Marke. Road at the Friendly Stop. The Starke boys will be ac-
I > Everybody welcome come on out. | three sisters. Miss Lorine Starling -I C. Gallop, refreshment committee. I Next Door To The Post Office
|.r....% ....11.. frona ""..'1110 III) to 4tp j.t; companied by J. W. Yeoman.
Miss Louise and Three BHS Students
for i
VtO.IKMMMk. l)o" iiajmrnt | director and Rev. L. P. Rafuse.
all .p..d Nrlrran" 1I\: : O.tlll. I POWER LAW.V MOWER for rent ,Mrs. Leona Crawford Lawtey: John Vernon Edwards i' assistant.
u..ul. '" *eleran% bv Attend Boys StateThree In Fla.
\Ioiibt> |w> I the hour at Tirv'a Service Station : six brothel s, Joe and Brooks Lawtey,
ranter frum ".VJ.15 to Temple Ave. tfcfcg I \
i Jacksonville Wil-'Died Last Thursday
fIainciI Starling, Lonzo.
IbruH&h Ma>.niem'. H \. ranc from' oLE RACS WAIITJoDE price 'I met Albert and Percy Starlingof I juniors depart I Keystone Heights ;;
%" .,0.0.1111'I0 1I::.2:0.oo.. MonthI'pi.iiirt'i |i paid fur good .clean cotton r.tg5. John Vernon Edwards Sr.. 74. I by bus for Tallahassee Sunday to ONE DAY SERVICE
through V. II. ,\. No khaki or wool. TelegraphIA. ,. Lawtey. : retired farmer of the Brooker!i attend the annual Boys State. Lions Award Members
financing range from $51 32 lu Hardage and Sons Jacksonville -i I All th'.* of the youths were
\ June 10. For Year's Service
..' 1t1. SKLK you an attractive suburban section died Thursday. I Launderette Finished Laundry
home with plenty of space were in charge of funeral I at the home of his daughter Mrs i "hosen for outstanding leadership -
11.011..I..II..d add
(i. t:
t JIG: for garden ,
!yiHIUtt lu |iurrhai.r |>rirr and with trrms'hhk..n11 you can c.mxeiuences. af-- arrangements. Burial will be Friday -,I\V. S. Sibley. on Silver Lake. He I qualities.T. The new offrers:: of the Key- Dry Cleaning
tight inrrraor' to ntouthl> pa>- f'.rdV.. \today) 3 m. at Kings- "
ni r.lil. but add. nothing; to Madison H. Nollman. 201 Vest a p. had been in failing health for J. Alderman is sponsored by 'one Lions Club were installed

down |ui)......... (Optional with tfchg: .ey Lake Cemetery some time. I the Starke Rotary; George (Pat) Monday night bv Joe Moore, dis-

pu..t..r. SALESMAN' WANTED Opening Mr. Edwards was born on sept. Bowers is sponsored by the American 1! trict governor-elect at the Keystone -
I ..ii.: \H2-llrlriK: in..latlrd addxySKU'iH .....w in 1'nmn ('''"n' for profitable Mine Inn. Moore also installed
Highland i the
and Post 56 and
.: : lo uurrhakr. urirr and Home Service IIIMH V wiih Opens 26. 1879 at Lake Butler was: ; Dewayne
kliKhl iurrratr to moathl) |m>- well known Rawieigh Produ.-tv New Office the son of the late Henry andjl: Elder is sponsored by Voiture|. rew! officers in the Keystone Lioness I chance
nimU but add nothing to See: Mrs.! Lillian Dunn. Box 2.>7. Building was1"a I 1388 of the and Club. '
Rebecca Edwards. He Forty Eight. Kea
doa pa>....... (Optional Mith aine-.ville.! pa| ir write Raw- i Dowdy
jturchairr.rnrtlan Icieh'ivpt Jo'F7011t'm: :; Office employees at the Hum member of the Baptist Church. \ While in Tallahassee the boys The installation was highlighted w cOkt0))

\ Illiud ln,lallnl add nh's Tenn 4tj 6. 2-, phreys Gold Highland Plant near He is survived by his widow, will take art in political party!i bv the presentation of awards to mY ne

*;7.::.* to purrhaor price and Lawtey began Mrs. Alice Edwards: three daugh activities, will nominate and elect!1 outstanding members of the club g
into then
Alight lorrra In luoalbl) cot NTIIY ( titIl, HAMS i moving I
'. will various!; for their service during the washn
Fountain officials. and year.
l>a>nirntK but add nolhiae todonH FOR .1IK w office building this week. 'ters. Mis. George Hill. pass hoJ11edresses
pa>mm I. (Optional to "T\HKK In: C'O. tf'' City. Tenn., Mrs.. Virginia Sib'.ey. bills in the actual legislative hallsof I Outgoing President Roy H. Brown- t
Denny, employee relation I a
ing was honored.' th a and
the state capitol. pin !
Lake. Mrs. Flora Kelly.
.. I i?'OR HES'T-Vnfurni.hf'd house. Inquire supervisor, said that it would be| and
All ( thritr buuara are of maonr his Me
snecial plaque for service.
ruatruetIoa. all katrIhrrr at Bus Station tf several weeks Wildwood; four sons. Arthur. Coy: The boys will study govern- I'
) before the NOT
move :
b...l roonma. litins room \ T.. and J. \* Edwards Jr.. all of ment procedure on a municipal. '!'uring the past year and a half.
I.T' (;0TIIK"HK 1"1\\(;: was complete but about six empioyees '
kitrhra. dining and bath Jim McKay received .
HITINC Brooker. and Harry C. Edwards county. and state level with the a plaque asJ'he
.I.her* arc ...%.. plaa to .*lrrtfrom. LIKE 1.0nILOO"IN i I I I were now working in the Gainesville; two brothers, D. M. climax of the week being the i club's outstanding member, !!
Itt houM hatr hardwood Black lla..... Sprckled Perch, "'hll aew structuie. and I I
I t election of the Florida's i Browning presented a perso-
loans II hair tile floor { ('racker'.. Hlne (.ill I II II I Edwards. Center Hill. and T. B. governor.
all but S hatr ear port., I ('(nit: TOi Formerly all office work for :I Edwards. Worthington Springs: 'young governor will then meet in ] nal citation to A. J. "Tony" .
arvuado "III br planted to i NORM\N\S FI".II (' \\11" Ir I the plant has been conducted ini:' I Reeves i
lawn and khrubbrryTkr >\ Hatr tu"lliluc For Tb.Flabernia. I! the : 13 grandchildren and seven great Washington, D. C. with governors i '
i laboratory first building to be'I grandchildren. from other states to study about Lawrence T. Oglesby was taken:
k.usea will br built by BrnF.
Hall, ".11 know loral |' _tf/chs I! built. ;i Funeral services were held last and elect national officers. ;n as a new member as part of
builder and roalracmr. I the evening's activities. Lioness'
LET J. JR. I NOTICE Friday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock
til applications will br arrompaaird I I I Joy Baker was honored for her
with a par...at .t CATTLK HIMJLIO AND 101R HOGS i I Ii | Notice is hereby given that the in the New River Baptist Church Three County YouthsAt '
i. i service as of the Lioness MySANITONEDry
I' president -
*IIHI.M to br applied upon thrdown !SALES I'County Assessor of Taxes for with Rev. Carroll of WorthingtonSpring's
FFA ConventionThree
pa>urn t or rrfandrd If : Live Oak Each Wrdardar i I I Club.
1cvith j and Rev. Beard of Brook- (
Bradford County Florida will meet Cleaner Hasa
application lanaI approtrd.Par (.,r.nlnMtlllV.... Friday I II i ii

these and other bargain ...... I j I the Board of County Com- I II !j er officiating. Interment was in county students are attending T"J .
.FtR RENT-Furnished apartment.one i I missioners of said County in the:, the church cemetery under the I the 26th Annual FFA i Dr. Covington Serves New Secret \ ,
Call A. J. Thomas bedroom and glassed-in sleep.ing Office of the Clerk I 1 direction of...DeWitt C. Jones J. S P.24
of Circuit
porch large living room. (I State Convention at Daytona Beach I With National Guard : Cleaning Process
kitchen and dinnette. 42: $ SouthSt. : Court at Starke. Florida 10:00 Funeral Home. ,
week. They are William and I ,
HRtL F.VTATE DEALER or apply at Tuck's Auto
:M Trnplr .%tr. Trlrphoae 214Mark Cafe.tf :i iI' II Vclock A. II. July 6. A. D. 1954 Active pall bearers were Ressie Monroe Gaskins of Lawtey and I Dr A. Y. Covington drector! Keeps Them jj.

,.. for the of I Colson. M. O. Harrell. N. G. ''of the Bradford Health
., Florida purpose hearing comI Aaron Williams of Hampton. County
I' or unman. Distribute Nationally plaints and receiving testimony!:, Hayes. Zedra Hamilton Earl During the convention the I Department joined the 4Sth Infantry -

Advertised Watkins Products in I as to the value of any property i Green, and L. A. Mott. school-boy-farmers competein i I Division during its two- V i
FranksFine .
\\ \NTEU-Fresh KgK Starke Xo experience or investment ,
Food. tf I needed. Age no barrier 't real. personal or intangible perjsonal various contests for cash prizes i' week summer training at Ft. McI *4i

Easy tu establish year 'round i as fixed by the said County:'Keystone CAP Stalling $4.192, eight costfreetrips I i.Cle11an. Ala. Covington is a Major \ ( .
e.IOK \\VAXTH) at S..1iII Kingsley i business full or part tmfe. Write i iMr "
va.-h. If, ,-hI{ i I r. R Kuhle. ['''1'1. 6-3. TheJ. (I Assessor of taxes on his Assess- Seeks New Members to the National FFA Con-, and is the division's medical in- With cottons stealing the show

. FISH BAIT-Live gray crickf'tl' ". R.. Watkins Co., Memphis!Up:i. 1 1VPI i'.' ment Rolls for the year 1951. and: vention in Kansas City. Mo., and I: ,speciei *-. this| year, don't let home I i

.linn and Red wiggler worms. 3 i .1' for the purpose of perfecting re- I Three planes and six membersof six scholarships to the Universityof i Dr. T. S. Moulding will take I walking spoil their line and .
muCh north of tar". on 301 IK.K I FOR S.\LJ--Onf'; Uers Pond up- | and charge of the Health :
reiving equalizing such as- Florida. i Department
finish them to our j
for the sign o" right lieurg El- I right piano fair condition won- j I the Keystone Heights C. A. P. trust
"'". 3tp 3':.. derful tone: reasonable: phone I I essments. The County Assessor';joined with the Gainesville C.A.P. in his absence. I special "Cotton Clink. if,, i ;

RADIOS REPAIRED I IAn I I-IIS-: or S-tT: W Call St. Itch ItI I 1 of Taxes and the Board of CountyCommissioners in a breakfast flight and practice Starke Dry Cleaners i Back comes their crisp body if V

M..... AU M.o>U WANTED TO BUY -Sweet cornfield (I may continue in I search mission Sunday June 13. i Farmers Home Adm. I and texture. All dirt removed, J/1. -
to turn cowinto..-J. BWhile. : Open Lawtey Branch
ffacoaablr raart-rw KnaraatrrtfTHIS. session from day to day for one ; Local members and ,
Ht. :. R.-x 75. Iark. Up ] ; attending were: To Move Office even perspiration gone Jjf
!. C. SHKPHKRHP I'I """ .H week or as long as j jAH ; I .
j jI necessary. I Burt Lasts !
Christoffer of- better longer
W Tall lit Ii' rV PK t11I Ii I APARTMENT FOR RENT3 commanding Starke Dry Cleaners and Laundry .i.it our press
run-VLB yon SALEGood and private ftathit ;'irdenjaTourist room persons owning property ficer: Mrs. Marporie Jones. ad- announced this week that The Farmers Home Adminstra- See for yourself call today! j .. ".. t
.inditum. uwrhaulfd X"w tubes j I'I' l.aw""n. Home. MrRichard ,1 subject to assessment in Bradford jutant; Don Sheridan asst. opera- they are opening a new substation .. | tion W4ll move to new offices over '
and sat covrr Newly painted County. Florida are notified to tions officer: Nelson E. Jones, ,! the H. C. Wall Insurance offices. ; \
in Lawtey, next to the
11ib.mn. ph
and waed.-Gerry i
I FOR laST'-fh' building on SPha'mp.n i Appear at such meeting, or meetings asst. communications officer ; t
!O-J! Itp : Cliff Currie said this week. The
i St. .. post office.
j Apply Mr' W. PWttndv to
make such
JnST.-onf' walker hound. between I n$ T MiH'v; lt.-hK complaintsr Robert E. Smith, supply officer: The sub-station will offer the, move will take place about the a !
tarke 'amp Tttandine. withJ. give testimony as to the value and Miss Constance Jones. cadet. first of July. /
II FOR RENTOne nrw. 4-rnom .I same %ne-day service that the,
R. lUlls name. If found pleasenotify furnished house Phone 113-J of any property, real or personals The local unit would like to \
R. M. Mersey. Rt. 1. Box 55. or laundry offers in Starke. It will
tark.. Itp onnlv !517 W Cull St Itchd fixed by the County Assessorof have many more members and
feature finished
dry cleaning.
FOR SALEDrvden strain. Leghorn Taxes. upon his Assessment:anyone over 15 years of age is launderette service. I: W. C. T. U.
RENT! bedroom furnished
),OUS... Couple preferred. Cor. laving: h"ns -F C. liar,'... Rolls as they may desire. 1 eligible to join. There is no mem- : Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry

'Water 1Iad\'l. & Washington. Sts.Harrington. Itp.- nhnne 1. Hlllhhnd. Pin ItcheO Given by order of the Board of bership fee for cadets between i THE LIFE YOU SAVE .

*; "--fold rimmed eve glasses. County Commissioners of Brad-j 15 and 1.Anyone. Did you know that many farm. think
(Please stop and ), \
COTTAGK OX KISt LEY LAKE- $f'ft-fT tore. I,,t hl nnet"ck race.offlr"Frld.nO': Set after-"or' ford County, Florida, June 7th..J: interested is invited '\ ers construct fish ponds with the,I MAY BE YOUR OWN! THE CLOTHES UNE

available mo. of July. 3 bedrooms. T nnn. If frmnd rl..a"t' le""e at A. D. 1954. (the regular (Fri- secondary of providing.
modern conveniences.-Mrs. J. W .....jfraph office .T. meeting tonight I purpose (If you ne>er drink.)"
Kincaid. phune 97. Itohg 1 A McK'nney itp-I Charles A. Darby: daYI at 7:30: at the Keystone!I'I'I j' water for combating fire on the' : (TIlE AMERICAN ISSUE.) I

lit Clerk i I''airport. j farm, I

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Fourth Anniversary Edition Bradford County Telegraph Bradford Soil Conservation District

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Owners Direct Soil Conservation 1 I Several Activities in Bradford Soil Conservation District ;1 County Agent Works\ Hand In Hand -

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Program Available To Local Fanners M' r" -W. '.i I I With SCS To Aid Local Fanners .

By Bill Haas I sary supplies and equipment. f ti4A4 By George T. Huggins i I live Extension Service and who

I DL. t. Conservationist, SCS i I 3. These technicians have no County Agent with your Board of County Commissioners -

authority whatsoev'r over the district J employ
your County
In a number of important ways. Once there were several broth
: or the farmers in it. The .:j i Agent, works in close harmony
the Soil Conservation Service is ers who spent much time quarreling
: Soil Conservation Service directs I with the Soil Conservation Service.
different from all other agricul- among themselves. As a result
the work of its own men and de- In 1908, President Roosevelt
tural agencies, because It was these disagreements and the
velops their technical standards : said "When the
I soil is
designed to do a different kind of failure to help each other, they gone men
But, it has no of sort must go." It takes
power any
job. It is the branch of the U. S. t ,I did not accomplish much work many sears
I. over the farmers or their soil f to build an inch of good
top soiL
Department of Agriculture which : { i Finally their father called them I
conservation district. iL f This top inch of good fertile soil
furnishes Soil Conservation Dis- all together and showed them several
We work with I can be destroyed in much
farmers fewer
tricts and individual farmers the sticks he had gathered. He
technical assistance they must equally whether large or small iPictured took these sticks one by one and years when conservation is neg

have to apply an effective pro- rich or poor, and regardless of broke them easily. Then he took lected.

gram of soil and water conserva- color, religion, or political belief some sticks of the same size ana The Cooperative Extension Service
tion on the land. The following services are avail- above are three different phases of soil conservation !>secretary respectively of the Bradford Soil Conservation District number as before and tied them as an out-of-school educational

No two acres of land are Identical able to farmers from the Soil activity in the Bradford district Qn the left Bill Haas and Leon are plotting new steps to take in fulfilling the district's ambitious together securely in a bundle. He service and the Soil Conservation

as to the slope, kind of soil Conservation Service through your goals. On the right J. B. White, district supervisor proudly demonstrates passed the bundle from one son to Service assists you in bringing

and degree of erosion. That's why district. j discussing a product of good conservation farming He is picturedwith {another and asked them each in about physical adjustments in land

farmers can't order a farm con- 1. Helo him take stock of the !: In the center V. I:. Ferguson and G, T. Huggins, chairman and a pure-bred Angus herd bull that he plans to sell shortly. I turn to try to break it. Not oneI use and treatment offers a sourceof
servation plan from a catalog..''J I soil and'water resources of his !I I was able to do so. The sons were abundant information to help

It must be designed to fit that farm. Gives him a map of his 'convinced that in group effort make, Bradford a County of great

particular piece of land, acre by farm made on an aerial | there is strength. agricultural opportunity.
photo- Bankers
i Finds District 'I
acre, whether it's in crops, woods, graph, showing kind of soil, slope. Land ClearanceMakes i ii| Fourth Anniversary Support !! We read how the early settlers Our personnel are always ready

pasture, or used for wildlife. and the amount of damage by i .helped each other. How they to join in with the Soil Conservation -
erosion. It shows the i joined hands to build their log I Service in any program for
The Soil
has developed Conservation the only programin Service his land and helps him decide Grasslands : Progressing Toward Desired GoalsBy Better Utilization ![cabins and to erect their first I greater agricultural progress.

the entire government which how he can best use the land and .I I I churches. How, through mutual I People working together, plus

starts with a scientific analysis of how he should treat it. \'. R. ChairmanSoil practical soil and water conservation assistance, they were able to set I organizations working together
Ferguson Of the have will
LandBy the foundation for plus opportunities we
a permanent
!! Of Idle Farming
the land. Then it helps the farmer 2. Helps him make a plan for Acres Conservation District program, based on land capa- America. :: always equal a greater county.
adapt his operations! to fit the using each acre of his land within bility for every acre of agricultural'
will continue conservationand
i The Agricultural Extension, I Action
natural requirements of every acre its capability, and treating each This month completes four Successful land in the district."
iI \v. B. Sewell, President | commonly known as the CoopersDon'tBeMOstrichUseYour- cooperaton.
I Paulk
bv giving him on-the-farm as- acre of land in accordance with By Dave ., years of service to the Your Board of Supervisors for FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE I

-sistance.Soil its need for protection and im- I If income isn't keeping folks in Bradford County. The the district like all the others in, ,
'" i your
depletion is a national prob- provements. Bradford Soil Conservation Dis- Florida serve without compensation. Most bankers believe in a good | Land
pace with high taxes and expenses,
lem which cannot be solved by anyone 3. Gives him on-the-farm help in I trict was organized in 1950 by in- We are interested in the program for soil and water con- ':
I put those idle acres and low pro- terested landowners in the county
farmer, community or state. applying soil conservation prac- natural resources of our County '
fervation. ,
The Soil Conservation Service program tices. Helps him lay out drainage ducing fields to work earning their who realized that in their county and give much of our time and Instead Of Burying Your Head In ItBy
Agriculture is the
enables all farmers, com- systems, locate sites. prepare plans I keep. Grassland farming can there were soil and water conser- energy to the job of conservingthese most important -

munities, and states to work together and advise on building and management I brighten your future heavy industrial !Ebe vation problems that could best resources.I part of our national economy !
toward its solution. of farm ponds, develop solved by the organized effortof would like to mention some of as the very life and strengthof W. II. Xollman land was more adapted to growing
is I II
i| equipment the answer. all farmers working througha the conservation I slash pine than raising an annual
Our work here is through your irrigation sYStems pastures, and needs in the our people depend adequate
There is a type and size tractor Soil Conservation District. It upon When provision was madeauthorizing I After weighing the relative
district which as you probably do other soil conservation jobs. I County as set up by the Soil Con crop.
know is chartered under Florida 4. Finds new plants for soil i to fill your need and do your job. is intended that farmers in the servation Service. Crop rotation production of food. I funds to establish the J merits of crops versus trees and
law as the Bradford Soil Conserva I j I The crawler type sometimescalled Bradford Soil Conservation Districtbe 11.000 acres, pasture 16,500 acres In Bradford County our agri- Soil Conservation Service a for- I considering the fact that the land

tion District. We work only with and water conservation. Increases] Caterpillar type tractor assisted in solving their soil woodland protection 127,500 acres cultural products are in three ward step was taken of greater I would require special treatmentand
them in nurseries and distributes was born 50 years ago. From a and water problems through cooperation and farm 16 care to fit it for crop pro-
r those landowners who make a re- I drainage fOO acres. main divisions: 11stock., naval importance than some persons yet
ouest for our service through your them through districts to farmers. clumsy track riding tractor it has with the district. I These are a few of the practices stores, including realize. I jduction and that no special treat-
district. It has helped distribute blue lupine developed into the modern mobile The district is relatively new when accomplished will make our pulpwood poles ment would be needed to grow
I The Service is beneficial and
Kentucky 31 fescue grass. type today. One of the largest; but we are making progress to- I county a more productive agri-!land saw logs and food crops. as trees the writer decided to plant
The Soil Conservation Service t needful to one owning land as the I
Argentine and Pensacola Bahia tractors of today weighs 33 tons' ward the goal of a "Complete and cultural countv than ever before |I Through the years it has been slash pine.
cooperates in a advice of is to busi-
program organizedand a lawyer a
erase, Hairv Indigo, Pangola anti I and can move 90 tons of soil i proven that farms on which soil I As a business land is worth
directed by the fanners them inl I ness man. the attendance of a
selves. Improved Bermuda grasses and ''5 minutes of time. This tractor !I II i and water conservation has been what it can produce the same 34
Women Can physician to a sick the
Part In Soil person
many other plants. treads that it has moved I II Play Improving i better I
1. Farmers orgapize their own )I so lightly | practiced produce and more I help of a banker to one needing any other business. A retail busi-
soil conservation districts understate 5. Through research by State across eight open-faced watches i profitable crops. Also the fer- financial assistance. This is true ness is worth more and more as

laws, not federal laws. They and Federal Experiment Station. I leaving them all unbroken in spite I Ii And I tility of the soil has been improved whether a person owns a large the stock of goods is built up.
elect their own local supervisors finds new and improved methods i of its great weight. i ij Conserving Of National ResourcesBy I i and that such farms have tract of land or just a few acres. Land becomes worth more and

usually neighboring farmers. to of conserving soil and water. j We have made great strides in I { the highest )land values. The day is past when just some more, as the condition of the land

direct districts' affairs. Your Not only farmers but businessmen the field of land clearing, pasture Sirs. M. F. Hazen, President any state in the union. i J Along with the farmer and the crop will be planted without ad- I is improved either by drainage or

supervisors are:: Lloyd Green V. have recognized the urgent I renovation, land leveling, and ir-I Starken Garden Club Along with our conservation ofj!i Future Farmers of America, the I vice as to the condition of the by building up the chemical and
R. need for soil and water conservation rigation. Even though we have I soil water, and trees comes our organic contents of the soil, or by
Ferguson. Foster S. Smith. J. When we think of conservationwe i|bank is willing to learn the funda- soil and its capabilities and needs;
R. White and Zedra Hamilton. This many thousand of acres in green think of our soil, from the I wild life. and first we think of mental principals of soil and water and we need not be satisfied now the growing of trees, or the improvement
insures full local pastures of improved and ;jour birds. I of pastures. The potential
control. The grasses soil almost all plants and animals conservation. Then use the land with just making some profit
Soil Conservation Service works clovers we have but begun. The get the substance of life. The F Scientists claim that the human i iII | for what it is best suited and fertilize when experts are capable of show- grows with time, if proper
almost exclusively through dis It is important that the soil be'future outlook is unlimited. The few inches of top soil are of the' rare could not exist nine according to crop needs. ing how to produce increased pro- planning is done. It is to be regretted -
tricts. fine breeds of beef and dairy II years that so much land is neglected
well nourished for it takes as many greatest importance to our econ- without birds. Every living plant When this principle is understoodand fits.The
2 When these districts ask Soil much work to plan, seed or plant cattle will graze contentedly in omy. Louis Bromfield, author and has hosts of insect enemies. In carefully practiced the con- writer was about to cleara
Conservation Service for assistance countless numbers and will portray An ostrich hides its head in the
farmer, "Our and servation of soil and water small and it
economy spite of all the developments of resources acreage prepare
I and otherwise handle of
an acre
full-time technicians are as one of Florida's most progressive civilization is founded upon nine modern science the use of I will be assured and more I i for planting a crop. Advice from sand to keep from knowing whatis
signed to the district at no extra small yield as it does an acre I group of citizen Thee inches of top soil." It is of the poison powder and poison sprays, I!(profitable'returns will be received I i Bill Haas of the Soil Conservation going on around it. Don't bean

local cost. Federal funds pay yielding well. The land tax is th I,Florida Cattleman. greatest importance to us as gar-, are forced to admit a national gas.we from our land. !! Service convinced me that the f ostrict as to the land'you own.
them and furnish their neces same also. To secure the best utilization I
deners to preserve nature's giftto !loss every season due to insects. I

us and conserve and It would ..
improve( be utterly useless to continue I <

our natural resources. I the fight with out our : j I

We should see that all lawn clippings -'feathered friends. Thev are the
leaves twigs discarded ,natural enemies of insects. i i

OUR DEEPEST APPRECIATIONTo plants weeds, prunings kitchen I The Department of Agriculture CONGRATULATIONS
refuse, in fact all vegetable matter !I states that birds save us S400.000-'' .

''I from the house or garden. ;000 yearly. A few birds have
should be piled in a compost heap. i been imported into this country'

Another way we can build soil ,and only a few of them can be.
Members Of i To Our Many Friends Of The
is by heavy mulching with leaves I classified as beneficial. It is our!

end straw, this placed around our native birds that keep the insect t
nlants serves a two-fold purpose I'j i pest in check. Because man-kind II i

Tt hold! moisture protects and! receives direct benefit their
*Hi'lds the important six inches of.,,(habits we must insist upon real
'''eh soft top soil. Leaves con-;i conservation of pur wild birds. !

tain more nutritive elements per j Civilization owes a great deal \
'mound than almost any other fer- I to birds: our gardens our streets j!

'Nlizer. When we rake un and j land our farms are enriched by Our associations with you through the years have
burn the leaves or allow the gar- i{I their beauty of form. flight and

Mge truck to haul them away to !:cnnR": They work and bring JOY'
the citv dump we are destroyingour to mankind let us in return pro- been happy ones, and we hope to be allowed to

most valuable nutritive ele"test them and make our s',Ian
ments. "A bird in the bush is worth two :
I supply your farm needs for many years to come
It has been pointed out that the ,: in the hand
l I i I
eaveq of one large tree are equal |
f \ i to $5.00 worth of humus and ,
....;nerals. When we ignore the\j:: ASC & SCS Have( I II

elements of organic materials all I

hp nmresses bv which mineral .
fertility t Different Function :
becomes available are disrupted f Mill1
and the soil acquires a
wi nt hue onalitv refusing (n

(: ,. grain. in flat on rolling land and land.to absorbnnisture But Same Goal

Our farmers have long s;nee
By Mildred Sapp !
i loqrpo the value of rotation
cron County Office Manager, ASC i ii
"id the value of contour plowing : i
I -> make the best use of rainfall Do Government programs ever I 16Mn

.1 j, "nd to prevent erosion. These Confuse you? The Agricultural !

i j"actices benefit not only the land j Stabilization and Conservation administer i
,We are grateful for being allowed to serve your JKut/ man-kind. |! a program known to von I t

1: When we stop and think it is' as the Agricultural Conservation I
needs in the past, and hope to continue I frightening that we Americans are Program which makes possible a j

using our natural resources at I small payment to you for carrying '

this pleasant relationship in !I too great a rate. In many cases out soil-building or maintenance ...... ...'''.....'>w....,W..>....'.'NN..
-placement of wasted resources i practices on your farm. !' /

the future. ;c; ;impossible and when it is DOS- The Soil Conservation SE'rvI I st.Pestiifdes/

: ible it is a process that will take j ice a federal Government program I ti

I Dears and years. We know when!:! is available to assist you in | I i

Q I w'! destroy our forest we are de1Proving [Planning for and bringing about '. ...Ji
I : something that mav never
jhe i replaced. We should do every treatment that will conserve soil :'.
I thing in to and water resources and thereby
our power protect our
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS woodland ,i establish a permenant and bal TUXEDO'FEEDS

The Florida Board of Forestry |!anced agricultural program on ;|

stated that last year, a total of your farm. These organizations i::
229.755 acres of protected woodland [have separate responsibilities but I
FOR YOUR FARM NEEDS !! ultimate to reach I
burned while 4.109.784 acres!one objective, I
IOf unprotected land burned. This That is, a better farming program'

I; large area of burned land gives ,i for the farm family. j I'
F9orida the worse fire record of'!i The ASC and SCS work hand in ,
AT LOWEST PRICESB. II I I I I I hand in Bradford County to bring 1 i I II II I

{from your land Jo not forget the i iI {I about the best use of each acre 1i i I,
(I value of the dragline in your of soil on the individual farm. We I
!water control and drainage program. in our department feel that we:

It plays a definite part in .are fortunate in having Soil Conservation I :

T. THOMAS LUMBER CO.PHONE I(your plans for irrigation and soil .' technicians out on the STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES

'conservation and in its various firms to assist the farmer in making !:;
phases. the best use of the facilities ;
'' We must be sure to seek and i offered through our program. I ,

211-J follow the leadership furnished by We pledge our continued sup- I
our soil conservation district. port to the SCS personnel in their I

:county agents. forestry department efforts and activities to bring

and vocational agriculturedepartment. about a progressive program '

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Man's Stewardship Of God's Land 'I Conservation Service Varies Depending Upon Particular Land CharacteristicsBy t s--- I

I Fulfilled By Conservation Practices I I New James Luke formation can a farmer be assured sometimes doubling diameter stallation of drainage s\>t,.n.;? .,n
Area Engineer SCS that the growth. This
systems will func- type of drainage land and pastures are jest son:tof
tion properly.Two often makes unsuitable sites suit- the conservation ., '
1 Farmers find themselves in a engineering pr i-
By Lewis D. Haines ]ard. Nothing belonged to man; Multipurpose- Temporary squeeze between | principal types of irriga- able for pine production and ob- : tices that can make your :a'm
Pastor, First Baptist ChurchGod's ,he. was a steward and this stewardship falling tion taining reproduction. j
are being
,farm prices and rather unstable I employed by farm-, produce more abundantly with de-

ownership and man's I was to be executed in all y and still increasing costs. The i i ers cooperating with Soil Conservation -i Farmers must constantly improve i creased production costs.
faithfulness. Thus man learns R Districts in Northeast their methods of farming by Farmers
stewardship is a fact as certain as farmers best defense is to increase I j wishing to receive ne'.pi :
I that he is to God for
accquntable Florida. treating each on the farm ;
the These are seepage: and < acre according -i engineering problems need only
set- efficiency of his
of the sun or the production. I
the of His creations, the time
use to its needs for to
man's The soils in Bradford sprinkler systems. With the ex- protection | apply to any of the Supeivsois
ting of the moon, and yet we have, and the ability to reason County and
'ceptions truck i' improvement A development of Bradford Soil Conservatw ,
i vary deal in of crops, seepaee'irrigation : D+;:-
a great to the
and regard
to recognize adapt
The trees of the field are is employed principally :of water resources on areas where trict: or to Bill Haas. Woik I--\t;
himself to this doctrine is univer- I not to be wasted, the wildlife is I Pump types needed of to engineering increase production.practices!!'on pasture land while sprinkler none occurred previously the in- Conservationist.

sal. to be protected, and the soil is irrigation is !
created Much of the land is in need of generally employed
all things <
"By Him were to be preserved by use I
proper 'on high valued !
I row crops, parti-
that are in Heaven, and that are and informed care. portions are in''II
cularly tobacco.
I need of irrigation if the land is :
invisable -
in earth, visible and In the of
passiveness one
all things were created by Him I is apt to forget age these fundamentalfacts i to produce abundantly, and some Bradford County is fortunate in I SOIL IS DEPENDENT

and for Him." Thus the Holy I and one's life becomes selfish Foster Ski Smith district supervisor, is shown tof the land needs a combination,having manv natural pond sites j
testifiesto !
Spirit in Colossians 1:16 and self-centered. There is standing by his multi-purpose pump that he uses
I jfor both drainage and water pounding water to be used for ir E
the ownership of God by rightof (!little care for his fellow man's in connection with his new muck pastures cleared I'trot con- rigation. Soil Conservation technicians ON GOOD WATER

creation, and we find that man welfare. The vision of the futureis near Hampton Lake. Smith can use his for ,
pump I Farmers assisting the Bradford Soil
who I
for cooperate E
is directly dependant on Him lost, and man lives in a day-by-
I drainage or for irrigation, depending upon weather the Bradford Soil Conservationl Conservation District are avail-
his life and existance. existance. Trees cut and
day are
conditions. District able for advice in locating, designing -
can receive assistance inj I II
Along with the life that was(I wasted, wildlife slaughtered and deciding what : and supervising the installation After you've had a talk with your Soil Conservation
measures are need- ;
to man in the Garden of soil starved. Jesus spoke of such I |
given ',ed on their farms to increase ef- of structures for im- E District officials and have drawn up plans for
Eden, a soul was breathed into false security in the story of the Wildlife Conservation Linked
Closely [ficiency in production. A basic I pounding water for irrigation fish ing the soil of
his body by the Lord. The immor- I man who said "soul take thine I j your farm, consult with us
!inventory of soil conditions is I production, and livestock. C
tality of this soul places man on i ease, eat, drink and be merry." prepared I t additional water needs. We will cheerfully ronsen'j j
level that can never be attainedby Under God this nation has been on an aerial photographwhich Drainage improvements are by :
a any other creature. With this blessed with the knowledge of the With County's Soil And Water Program among other things, shows no means confined to crop or pas- E :you these plans, whether they include
I,the land that needs ture land. Bradford has
drainage, or County or a complete irrigation
the to
soul was also given ability need for soil conservation, proper '
I i other engineering practices in- vast forests of pine timber pro-
reason; this again an atribute that timber harvesting, and the pro- By Howard Bissland Florida Game and Fresh Water I E
stalled or utilized for i ducing saw and
maximum logs
animal has. I tection of wildlife with informa-I I' pulpwood We have had 3
no Wildlife ConservationistSoil Fish Commission.This production.Basic :naval stores. Timber years of experience in this business andhave
In the beginning man receivedthe tion available to all. It then be- I I growers t
Conservation Sen ice
is putting on the land the information about the soils :now realize the value of drainageof many satisfied customers in the Bradford Soil
from God when he the Christian responsibilityfor
charge was comes I
latest, and so far as it has been have much to do with the designof I wet lands to improve growing Conservation
to inform himself and to Wildlife Conservation is basic District who will attest to
placed in the Garden to "dress it man a tried, the most effective our reliability.It .
method water control and irrigation I conditions. Drainage of wet areas
and to keep it" He was also follow the program that in turn part of a complete soil and water I : has been a pleasure to customers
of producing game and fish. The systems and only with such in- ,often increase growth considerably serve this area
given dominion over every living makes him a better steward be- 'conservation program. Realizingthe planting of food plants and the i in the past, and we are looking forward to 3
thing, and the ground was com- fore God. need for providing suitable many more

missioned to produce for man's Now when the very existence of :living conditions for our game and ditions development for game of suitable and living fish have con- i FFA Has Farm Improvement ProjectsTo + years of pleasant relationship in the future.

pleasure. As the book of Genesis the world is threatened and when fish and the neglected possibilitiesof demonstrated that this method I

continues the story of the "fall of a starving world looks to this I improving our farm areas for

man" and his explusion from the nation for protection and susten- wildlife, the Bradford Soil Con- will annually produce at cheaper more game unit cost and than fish I Teach Value Of Land UtilizationBy + 3 3I.

Garden is revealed. The penalty ance, it is fitting and proper, i servation District has made plansto any other method yet found. Its
included that hence- individual's God- increase wildlife farm and
ground from as well as the on
nature's way of producing game I Paul Ilutohins drainage and irrigation fertiliza-
forth would bring forth thorns given responsibility, to take proper ranch areas. !
and it has the enormous additional FFA Advisor tion (rate of application) and
and thistles. Thus this gift of of His resources in orderto
use It is
important to remember
advantage of fitting in well with liming, and soil testing.
God for man was taken, and man guarantee that in war or peace that: soil destruction and wildlife The conservation of soil and its'
of Each boy is '
our vastly important program given a score or
must USe his God-given mind and each person will stand before God ,destruction were born of the same soil and water conservation.In natural resources is of vital im- grade for each practice carriedout I. .I .

ability to reason. as a faithful steward and before process. Man in his zeal to clear portance to every Future Farmerof on his home farm. He is also ,

Jesus taught of man's responsibility his fellow man as a good neigh the forests, drain the swamps the past our management of America, because entire voca- graded on his class room partici-

to God and His ownershipin bor who recognizes. his God-given and plow the grasslands, unknow- our dwindling wildlife resourceswas tional agriculture program is built pation of approved practices givenin
God's stew- heritage. successively based on differ- around the t
portraying man as ingly destroyed the food and principle conserva-
ent ideas. One after another the class.
shelter of wildlife. Today the
believer in regulated hunting, in tion.Each Our FFA chapter has a
I Passenger Pidgeon and the Heath boy enrolled in the High coopera- j
artificial propagation and stocking School Vocational tive land nursery plot with the
Hen have been banished to Agriculture pro-
CONGRATULATIONSBradford picture and in refuges, to mention Bradford Soil '
Conservation Dis-
\ books. gram is required to carry out a
only three have had their innings. supervised farming project. This I trict at the school farm. Here we I .
The production of wildlife, of 'However, these methods have not strive to
out correct land
I can be either crop or livestock or rarry
Soil Conservaton DistrictWe fish and game, is governed by been completely successful since a combination of both. In con-I I building practices. The District t II IIal

natural laws as against man-made we continue to have less wildlifein junction with this project, he iS :furnishes all materials and equip- al I
laws that govern the use and place of more. required to increase the value of|ment needed and the chapter mem- ,

are Proud to Have Your Members taking fixed and of game.unchangeable Natural laws and are With our game gone we have his project and home farm by doing bers to the work and get the .1 ,

are spent huge sums of money in an supplementary farm jobs and!necessary practical experience.This .
enforced: by such basic necessitiesas attempt to restock our lands with improvement projects. year the chapter has # 'E
Our Friends and CustomersIt I '
Among birth and death and the t
quail and other game and our those turned and disked this plot several -

necessity of all living creatures to waters with fish, with little regard Improvement carried projects out on are the farm I times, each time turning under .
have a place in which to and practices
to the fact that the areas which tend to increase the real a cover or green manuringcrop. I E
food to eat. If the wild creaturesdo released cannot I They have also ,
to which they are estate value or improve the effi- put up a
not have these necessities they support the already existing ciency of the farm business. Examples I barbed wire fence and cleaned out I WEUS PUMPS ]I
starve became they of I a
population. If a certain area of fields cypress pond. *

cannot cannot eat.hide be, or killed die becaus off because* they land will support only a dozen .soil conservation are: draining terracing a field |i This plot can be a real assetto Duval Drilling Company

quail onlv a dozen will survive every Bradford county farmer *
they cannot reproduce in suffi- .beautification of home grounds .
i7 cient numbers to replace their though stocked with a thousand.If II establishing a home farm shop I j j because here can be found grass t 0. J. French, Partner D. M. French, PartnerP. <
a certain pond will support 100 I and cover crop demonstrationswhich
losses. These are natural laws. .improvement of farm buildings, j
Ibs. of fish, we will still have only and may aid you on your own 0. Box 6057
We cannot change them. All i improving permanent pas
we fish though it farm. Here also be found 3
100 Ibs. of even isj i can a
can do is to work with
them and
stocked with 100.000 fingerlings. I cooperative spirit for agricultural I 6505 Normandy Boulevard Telephone 8-5711
i try to understand them. Other soil management practices ;
The :abundance of wildlife does improvement between a Federal
is a great source of pride and satisfaction to us I Many cooperating farmers of not result from jurisdiction or I(studied in the class room and carried i agency a local], self-governed Soil''' : JACKSONVILLE 5, FLORIDAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

that so many of you rely on the Bradford Soil Conservation sportsman's meetings. It results I out on the home farm and Conservation District and a local 1 I 3

international District have made plantings of from what we do with the land. school farm are: crop rotation. Future Farmer chapter. ,:
Harvester EquipmentTo I'
Bi-color Lespedeza in order to What we do with the land must -
Carry on Your provide food for game birds. J. L. fit the land and contribute to the harder doing his own work so that j the -

Orr, A. J. Thomas Sr. can find the time in a crowded
John needs of those who live upon it. I
Modern Farming Operations Dukes and the Container Corporation -I The use of the land is the control- .day to put in a little extra effort
of America have made Les- I to help someone else, or to bring
ling factor in wildlife abundance. |
We will be happy to Demonstrate at Any Time pedeza plantings in odd corners Because of this the Bradford Soil !i I about the completion of some':

and long narrow strips that will conservation District is making an !worthy project. I>

WE SPECIALIZE IN TRACTOR REPAIRS I each feed at least one covey of important contribution to the II Because this man has been I I't tI 'cONFIDENCE'Confidence
(selected by his neighbors,
Quail. Lespedeza plants were future abundance of game and ,
l furnished to the District by the fish in our county. I people who know him best, to ,
Farm Home & Auto Supply supervise THEIR program of soil

1\ and water conservation, you can I!I

FARMALL TRACTOR AGENCY \ Bradford County To Go Forward always inherent assume love for that the he land.has You anj i I ,

{know that he will sacrifice a great is one of the greatest words '

I I In Utilization Of Natural ResourcesBy I deal tection any and time improvement to assure the of pro-our II III I in the English language. Without the

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valuable soil and water resources. confidence of the people it deals with, no ,
Mrs Marian Howe, Exec Sec, ''discovered that after the thin Hundreds of examples could be I

Starke Chamber of Commerce black hair-like thread is removed, cited of accomplishments that excite business could remain in operation for t
CONGRATULATIONSTO Some of the northern and the remainder may be used for no great public attention_but 1

western states have had their day making of cattle feed. which indicate the attitude Ions Jr '

in the field of mining and industrial The tung oil nuts contribute +I Soil Conservation District Supervisors

growth. Now Florida will considerable wealth to this area with respect to helping

go forward for the next 25 or 50 in the manufacture of paints and others. Throughout the many years ,

years. Why? The rich mineral I fine varnishes. The surplus pulp There are the District Nursery j that we have served the r
!may be utilized for fertilizer sinceit plots where planting materials are
deposits from the entire eastern 1i.
;i .
BRADFORD SOIL mountain range have rendered I contains nitrogen beneficial to I made available to people who ] needs of the farmers of -.
the soils of Bradford I their land and ,
this possibility. Florida is at the County. want to improve i

I tail end of the formations which I Let's pause for a moment and !,are unable to get this material Bradford County, we are "

took centuries to accumulate. Re- view our surroundings. You can i other ways. A good example can '' '-
CONSERVATION DISTRICT search and preservation of the be amazed to discover wfcat> might I be had in Peace River District proud to say that we have \ J'

natural resources have helped to exist in your own back yard. Now DeSotb County. enjoyed their confidence

create this gift of God to that the industrialist and our There is the work with schools Seed InsecticidesWe ;
human-j South American neighbors have such as the assistance given the and good will.

ity.The question arises, turned their faces toward Florida little Belleair School in Pinellas s

making use of these resources or!we must keep thembelieving that I District, where the elementary Crate Material
we have what it takes to make i I are taught much about conservation look forward to
are we taking them for granted? I pupils many ,
Man has gone a long way duringthe I this land of paradise a self-suffi in all its various phases.We 1
cient place to live and from Bradford of this pleasant l'
progress. have Supervisors more years
past twenty years in the field I _
We have great faith in what you are doing to promote of and Santa Fe Districts arranging
manufacturing. Can you realize I

better farm practices in Bradford County and it is a there is a relationship in a i!Dist. ,' with other Supervisors far relationship.
: Dakotas
mineral ilminite, a coal black sand i! SupervisorsServe northward in the j jI .

pleasure for us to extend you our cooperation and :substance, to. many types of manu-I I Wisconsin and Minnesota fpr
I facturing? From it comes every- ] the trial planting of lupine, to see I'j

support in your program. 'thing from snow white paint to Unselfishly if virus-free seed can te produced | .

jet motors silk hosiery to a basic that will play a part in protecting !
cement mixture. i'' and enriching Florida: soil they ;,
Many more uses i
.1 may appear in the future with the i I For Improved Land ,may never have the gqod. fortune i'

I skill of our chemists and manu- to see. 'II

.f ;facturers. I I From these and many more instances ,' Always Ready To Serve t
+ deeds
Throughout the years our farmers have We must not overlook our massive By John E. Lambe, President of great and small ..
Ii with no
almost always performed
I forests and the untold yield Florida District Supervisors

for the best they contribute. We are familiar compensation and usually at their AU'0"R. Your Needs With
found could I
they rely on us
with the progress that man has Examples of many kinds of down|i expenses, we readily see that tROP ,
and individuals be hadeverywhere ISoil Conservation District Supervisors :, U\G
made with timber and groups can ,
in Seeds Feeds and Fertilizers. 1 We{ turpentine f f j
quality '
products, but did we know that whose main objectivesare i are among the best in thIS i iI \ FEAZl11iE

the pressing of sawdust is utilized self gain and the accumulation -I great country of ours. : : ARMOUR FERTILIZERS

are proud of this reputation and assure yon I in the manufacturing of wallboard of material weal'h. Fortu- E .. pail dt
"The earth is not only the
? nately, their are other groups (I r I II
will continue to do everything in our i foundation of a nation's economy: | \
that and
we In the future we may be astonished individuals who are so in- : & INSECTICIDES ,
I|it is the basis of civilization it- | ?ar
to read of a very unusual terested in the welfare of their '
power to merit your continued good iciR. I health resort right in our midst. I fellow men and the communityin self. -Louis Bromfield.

,At Heilbronn Springs there are which they live that they willi I

I valuable springs which are bene- sacrifice endless hours of time and J

ficial to many ailments. We must effort to bring about the better- ; DOT ARUMMER ;\ I

not overlook the glorious sun- ment of their communities, know- .,

SISTRUNKFEED shine pouring forth every day ing there U no individual gain to : COLD I .

j(I carrying its generous supply of I be had on their part. Among the s i

I health units. II |leaders of the latter grouping are

j, The old gray whiskers or Spanish the Soil Conservation District TAKE *
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moss dangling from the trees Supervisors. : for tyatpt0gggm

& SEED STORE I has its Outstanding value. It hasbeen When we seek out a Soil Con- atic

on the market for some time servation District Supervisor we

j I being used in upholstering furn usually find a very busy man whois i RELIEF
iture. Just recently scientists have'' always: willing to work a little _
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FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1954
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Irrigation Program Advancing RapidlyAs I ; 4 L -. .,-....."",3tt" :..... ,., Soil Study Made ;.fore added other in the minerals form of fertilizers.must be

.om- t. ; This is true of Florida. Mary
SuccessfulBy By 7th And 8th
Results Prove Highly farmers plow under all vegetable

matter as a way of adding min .

Leo E. StricklandAgricultural irrigated. We believe that rainfall I Graders At BHSB erals in the form of humus In
EngineerSoil should supplement irrigation biningI areas not used for farming we

Conservation Service rather than irrigation supplementing found that trees and pasture glass
rainfall. I > SI is. Blanc-he Edwards should be allowed to grow to "topsoil ;

During the past few years in :Many farmers are inclined to washing in rams and floods
J J this section of Florida the many go only part way in carrying outs Clover In our seventh and eighth In hilly and mountainous areas.

advances which have been madein : good irrigation program. We r grades in the Bradford CountyHigh we learned that contour plowingand

the field of irrigation are amaz- feel that in order to receive the School, we have an area of. terracing planting grass and

ing. Although irrigation has long most benefit from any irrigation study each year on something like trees on bare areas; conserved top
been practiced on highly special- soil from wind and water.
system it is to follow a
necessary The World of Yesterday andToday"
ized truck crops and citrus in well planned and prepared irrigation -Seed V i Only part of the students were
j In this unit make
South and Central Florida, it has we a
schedule. This schedule is interested in soil and they bi ought
only recently been expanded on i study of such things as the forces soil
determined by the kind of crops ;,. samples for the county agent
our local cash crops such as truck I being grown and the particular that change the earth's surface. Mr. Huggins to test for mineral

and tobacco.In I soil types on which these crops Here we find that soil has been content and acid condItion. He
the counties of Alachua are planted. formed by such forces as glaciers also talked on soil conservation.

Bradford, Columbia, Suwannee and I Each crop has its own rate of... Zedra Hamilton and LJojd Green, district supervisors, fur this district, and it cuts out two steps previously used volcanoes, rivers, earthquakes, sea The students demonstrated .'on-
Hamilton irrigation of flue-cured I shown above in Green's field of white clover On the Green's dour mowed
water consumption. Certain crops are to combine the ieed. Last year was and land animals, decaying plants, tour plowing and terracing in tht-
tobacco Is being expanded. Farmers than II j I right the operation is shown as the clover is being combineddirectly and animals, rain, freezing, thaw- .
use more water do others, and placed In the wind rows before combining yard using the water hose as
realize that on such highly depending upon type and quantity as it stands in the filed. This is a new procedure ing, and weathering in general. a flooding means. Also they
is I
specialized crops irrigation of foliage and season in which -- Then we found how each of these demonstrated soil conservation by
rapidly becoming a necessary. they are grown. Summer pasture forces acted upon rocks and soil turning the hose on plots of yard
This fact is borne out by the grasses, for example use water I !I' to form finer soil. having no grass, and on grassy

quality and quantity of tobacco three times as fast as do certain I Grassland Fanning Has Major Role Sound Conservation Practices Mean We found that soil was a amix plots. We feel that the ones hav-

being produced under irrigation winter vegetable crops. I I ture of minerals, and that in sandy .ing interest in soil conservationhave

compared irrigated. to Many that of which those is farmers not- Soil characteristics on which the More Ham and Grits Nation's TableBy regions these minerals are washed a good start along this line.
who irrigated tobacco this past different the crops are grown influence In Good Soil Conservation ProgramBy on .

season reported increased yieldsin irrigation schedule in I

excess of one thousand poundsper their ability to hold available rota- L. A. Jaeobsen; the freight moved in our country I To Our
moisture within the root depth of H. E. Van ArtdallAgronomist :grass has long been used in Many FriendsOF
acre over that not being irri. that the Area Conservationist! SCS comes from the farm in the form
| it is said to
the plants. Some of the lighter, SCS tions, get I
gated. maximum returns from landit of raw materials or produce. I
more sandy soils hold I crop ,
as little as Ham and grits steak and potatoes -
Only a few years ago a very one-half inch available moistureper The production of grass for live- should be in grass a portionof i ; We are all inevitably dependent i THEBRADFORD
small percentage of th, tomatoes foot of depth, where certain stock and soil improvement is a the time: and that to obtain the wash down our rivers or ,upon the soil. The soils ability to

grown in the Belleview- and Ox- heavier soils hold one inch avail- major part of a good soil conser- most from grassland it should be leach out of our soils constantly.Soil !j produce determines the destinyof

ford sections of Marion bind Sum- able moisture within the same vation program. in crops a portion of the time. erosion and depletion from our Nation. Directly or indirectly SOIL

ter Counties: were being! irrigated. depth.It The term "grassland farming" Those who have started sucha poor management of our soil and i j the productivity of the

Now this percentage has been is quite obvious that when includes the production and use rotation system are proving the water resources mean less foodat I[soil determines whether we eat

greatly increased, and many farmers more water is applied than the of both grasses and legumes. The truth of this idea. Paul Hillhouse our tables and higher cost to i well or starve, whether our business CONSERVATION

who do not yet have irriga- I particular soil is capable of holding deep rooted characteristic of theGrass { in the Hamilton Soil Conservation the consumer. Industries depend- I thrives or perishes, whether I DISTRICTWe

tion for this crop on .their farms I within the plant root depths coupled with the nitrogen District produced 2,200 pounds of ing upon farm production and ,'our towns grow and prosper orl I
are preparing to install the necessary -I we are only leaching;: out valuable fixing ability of the legumes accounts -I bright tobacco following a Pensa- merchants suffer too. I decline. Back of our country's
equipment to do the job. plant nutrients for the beneficial effect of I cola sod. John Lambe in the strength and riches lies soil and I
applied in the fer- Soil erosion and is
I depletion a congratulate on past four of
In working with farmers on tilizers. We are also paying to this combination in soil improvement j' Chipola River District produced a concern of everyone. Soil and I!I water resources. you your years success-

their irrigation problems and in pump water which is doing us !i ton of market peanuts per acre water resources are among ourNation's '! We read of water scarcity on I II ful operation and extend every good wish for the great
the design of irrigation systems harm rather than good. Anyone In recent years the development following such a sod. most valuable assets. salt water encroachment affecting

we of the Soil Conservation Service can see the serious effects of applying -I of grasses and legumes W. C. Walker in the Yellow Conserving these resources is not I I cities and farms. The presence of program you are carrying out.

are able to appreciate the water so fast that run-off'' adapted to every section of the River District produced 16 tons the worry of the farmer alone I,I' ,
situations which 'confront the occurs, but it requires a thorough State has made it possible for of silage from Texas seeded rib- the public should be concernedtoo pure water supplies determines
average farmer. It is true that knowledge of soils to determine farmers cooperating with the bon cane. This compared with concerned enough to helpin :the location of new industry to We want you to know that we stand ready at all timesto

irrigation systems are quite ex whether-too much water is being Bradford Soil Conservation Dis- nine tons in an adjoining field the conservation effort. I a large extent. The pulp mills use

pensive. The size of the'area to applied with each irrigation. trict to take advantage of this without the benefit of the sod. The muddy 'waters of the Mis- huge quantities of water. It takes assist you in any way possible, and hope that we maybe
,be irrigated and the accessibility When one has important feature in developing and it left no doubt as to the advantages -
a complete 'sissippi carry 302 million tons of 150 tons of water to make a ton allowed to continue serving you in the future as we
to source of water are the their soil conservation rotation. Theseare
a good knowledge of the plans. of such a I'I'I
consumptive use steel.
I I sediment each in the form of Agriculture is a big user
main determining factors of cost. rates of the and a few examples of Soil Conservation year i! have in the
various crops and of I Pensacola, Argentine, com- I i of soil particles from farms. 'of water. It takes 1,300 gallons past. .
Where ponds or streams are the and coastal i District cooperators in I I'I' ;'I
available water-holding mon Bahia, Pangola These soil washed ,of water to produce a pound of ,
conveniently located the per acre i city of the soils on which capa-I Bermuda grasses, white, crimson Florida who are proving the valueof I' particles are beef. :
cost of installing an irrigation are grown, then and only and sweet clovers, lupine, and indigo 'I' grass as a soil improver.The from our farms and dumped into I A Complete Line Of
the Gulf of Mexico. During floodstagt's I j Today with a population of over
system can in many cases be cut he able to do a complete and efficient -I are some of, the most im- increased use of grass each i :
into half as compared with drilling adapted to the those with the river carries as muchas i 150.000000, people, our Nation Farm Needs .. Feeds Seeds FertilizersTOOLS
lob of irrigating. Bv having j I portant plants ;year by cooperating I II' 4 1-2 million tons of sedimenta I I must rely,on less than three acres R -
de"D wells for a water supply. this information the problem of'' Bradford District. The use of Soil Conservation Districts is an
I day. This amount cropland to produce the' food ,,
of sedimentis lof
Although the initial costs for an how fast to apply the water, how these plants has changed the typeof I'important factor contributing to a ,! AND IMPLEMENTS SPRAYS AND
each of needs.
I equivalent to a six inch layerof I us Our populationis
irrigation system may seem out much to apply and how often it farming on many farms in the more permanent agriculture. The '
at the rate of two
4.600 Down increasing
topsoil on acres. OTHER ITEMS
of reach, many farmers have reported -i should be applied is solved. District in recent years. livestock feed produced at the I
that river in one day goes enoughsoil million a year. This means increased -
that such systems have The Soil Conservation Service Among those soil conservation same time that a soil fertility reserve -
to produce food for almosta pressure on our land.
completely paid for themselves has trained technicians to assist farmers that are using the grass- is built up for emergencyuse
during the first season of use. you, with your irrigation problems. j land system are: Z. W. Hamilton. is a major contribution of Soil I 100 city families for a year. You can help. Belong to and '
of our Country's support a conservation or
Under normal rainfall conditions, They wiO) be most happy to designan Lloyd Green and N. G. Hayes. i Conservation Districts. group .
factories materials club.
use Offer assistance to
however, three to five years are irrigation system for your particular :.Still others are beginning the development i i producedon : your
our farms and in our forests. loca! Bradford Soil Conser-
usually required for a system to I needs and to provide you i I' of such a system as i: your R. JOHNSON, Prop.
Almost three the items !
quarters of vation District. If farm.
pay for itself, depending upon the with an irrigation guide for the :part of their soil conservation Farmers Home I IIU
merchants sell and 70 cent of farm the conservation
crops being irrigated and the size |crops you plan to irrigate. If you .plans with the Bradford Soil Conservation i per way. i Ii

acreage on which It is used. i have an irrigation problem, con- : District.In _. I
Much of the work of Soil Conservation :I tact any member of the Bradford I, addition to the primary bene- Adm. EncouragesLand

engineers in assisting Soil Conservation District Board i, fit as a livestock feed, grass rota-
farmers with irrigation is to pro- of Supervisors or your local Soil tion with cultivated crops presentsa
vide them with the most efficient Conservation Service technician. new concept in the use of land

j layouts and with irrigation sche- They will be very glad to work for increased production. In sections -, Utilizationi GOOD FARM PRACTICESARE
dules for the various crops being with you. of the United States where i

1 ._._- t : Clifford L. Currie
j Farmers Home Administration

| The Farmers Home Administration -

is an agency of the U. S. INVALUABLE
Right Equipment Department of Agriculture which

serves eligible farm operators with

loans and the required technical .

i'by help putting with farming it another problems.way. the Or:i! TO THE FUTURE OF OUR COUNTRY I

Means EverythingIN making of supervised loans and ,
the presenting of sound techni- i '
cal advice in an effort to promote

efficiency family-type among farms.the The operators aim of of -<-....." '.' f. "' 'r.'' !:> '. -... -i

SOIL CONSERVATIONI the program is to obtain the high- 1 I 1"w

est possible level of production.Soil 1 .
I and family labor resourcesare i

the chief factors involved, com- iI I

-.. -- _. --- ... .- --.. ..-...,.- plemented by adequate financing. I,
:'..'. \'> All loans which are made ire .
-, fF ,.'< ",t.N..-,, based on sound farming plans ,
.t. h', ,-" "'" '!:"):,;'.>;. which are prepared by the fami- i,

>.h. ..,, with the help of the County I,
!o<::">:. :i-I':,, i. J {i Farmers Home Administration : 0I
.M f .N;i? ;=:; : personnel. In developing such I
.ke4y. I
plants. sound agriculture. efficientuse i I
(I x
of time and labor and soil ;
: JRi I resources are taken into consider-
t I ation. The factor of land resources -

I,; is considered with each I
familv and a great deal denend r"

[upon the technical guidance in soil I 4,, : _

I utilization made available throughthe Q3 m

I Soil Conservation Service. .
i .
I in"A the establishment nf the

i I II
,' 1 .t.< .., |Bred-ford : I .
the cooperation the Farmer
I of : I
;Home Administration and the Soil

longer can the Progressive Farmer do an efficient job without the ;Conservation off in Service efficient has soil-cron beenoavine II I We wish to express our congratulations to The Bradford Soil Conservation

j relationshin which turn
in re-
aid of heavy equipment. ,We are proud that our farmers have the services are
fleeted in high production
j acre I District on its four years of successful operation in Bradford County, and
i better family Jiving, and greater
of the Bradford Soil Conservation District to supply them with a :i debt-paying ability.


plan for the best utilization of their land. And ice leant you to know I the It technical has been workers verv gratifying of the U to I to say that we are fully cognizant of the great work you are doing and of

is. Department of Agriculture tn
that stand to assist when is needed. | i I
Ire ready you heavy equipment observe the progress being made ,
*, in farming: over the past fivp to how much it means to the future of our immediate area and the Nation as

The work of a Drag Line can'perform miracles in your water control ;>ight"ears.. For instance, when j

the Farmers Home AdminJ trl- i ..
and drainage programs. So be sure sure to call on us when in need of tion was organized in 1946 cattle I a whole.

;were rangingf'Pel: )' over mot of
heavy equipment of any kind.DAVE. ''the lands in this area. Todav I

!productive pastures now exist and II I

1 110 good animals are now being """" -""" '''\'\ "
fed on the land which some few "": i110. r;
Ch :rs)>> T R .
wars ao would only take care of

:one sorry old cow. : J: .t \\1IJ\ f9IIo.I..vFDEIW.BANKj /
j PAULKLand It is through the use of the va- ;

t I :::: \ \ //? *
De-partment .....
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;greater strides can be made within ;::: tJ/tu.tft.,
Clearing and Preparation the next decade towards much I :: __ FLORIDA j.-
i and efficient f' ATI9NAL itC
more productive STARKE
AT -
: farming in Bradford CountyI i = = r

\ Road Grading, Etc. I __ 1t.::::
I n7)O
j II
Phone 30S-J STARKE. FLA. ; Fertile soil can produce pros- I

jperous citizens in any community I

nation. ., --
i county state or -- -

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Local Guidance Found Best Method 'I I'vation the assistance Soil, with Conservation the being necessary furnished Service.technical by I I II Bradford County Ups Timber Growth I residence You suit are for and hereby divorce address notified is: Unknown.that in the a 'Sarah Notice lorio.Ta Appear Defendant.: Case Xo105J4> i I seal weekly Witness at Issues.Staike my ,hand}o'j.d\: and. :1!;.official- May

against To
I has been you I : Sarah lorio. whoso residence :;!!I. i4
The operation of a Soil Conser- : above named Court and cause and I and addrrs- i is: 4475;; \0110,,> Avenue I I

For Operating Conservation ProgramBy I vat ion District is a splendid ex- With\ Fire Control And Reforestation 'you your are answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy complaint of- I,!Statcn You are 1-lanti.hereby.X ew York notified tha (OFFICIAL SEM As flerk fharW! of! -.1 i r arby, ,rt.

I I ample of democracy in action. The oil the Plaintiffs Attorney suit for a P-y Marian I. i>,.,>s'rvi. ..i'k;
local headed Wm D. Morgan. 507 Clark Bldg.. Divorcehas /.\, h H n.v.gUx.n! -, IT ,,. 1'11101-;
i people the
by SuperVisors .
Jacksonville. Florida been filed against me J'h"'o l1\ \il\. j.-; j ,
nation's soil and water resource develop a program and' By Seaman K. IIuiKon !i iI stop fires. In the past and file the original In the officeof above named Court and you cause in and Jie .\t'f ": PT .. J-.
Colin D. Gunn would have to be accomplished at I work I years the Cle-'k of the Circuit Court on YOU are required to serve
plan outlining the problems i ii Container Corporation I a coiy of
I ,I State ConservationistBack I America : much land has been burnt over'or before the 5 day of July. 1954: i, your answer or pleading tr the r
local levels. It followed then that
i snd pointing out in a general way :. : and the natural reproduction did : otherwise the allegations of said i, complaint on the Plai Itiff's '
in order to succeed, the program 1 the type of treatment needed to do : Timber is one of our greatest Complaint will be taken as confessed Attorney W illiam P. 11"rg.tn.
in 20
1935 almost not
years !must local and '|natural resources and is occur. Such areas as this by you. i 50; Clark BUilding. J.uk" ni\ille FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
have the
EgO. the Congress passed a law good guidance I the job of soil and water conser- II only must be planted. It is not : This notice shall be published once I I Florida
I direction and, in the minds of vation. |renewable one we have. It is interesting -' ne'sworthy i each week for four consecutive and file the original In the
authorizing and directing the that I 01
I I to Container Corporation weeks in the Bradford County Tele- the Clerk of the
those people charged with this note that Bradford Circuit Court on
Secretary of Agriculture to establish -I The Soil Conservation Service has over the last few graph. or before the JUST ONE
,gl eat responsibility. the idea of i County is contributing its share to I, years hated this :3 day of June, 1934 I 5 day- of July. 1931: ;
his of the technical
a Department assistance
planted many seedlings their : OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
i:Soil Conservation Districts was timber conservation through the on ( otherwise the allegations of said FRIGIDAIREMade
Agriculture to be known as the I necessary in the solution of the .land. One would expect them toI I Clerk of the Circuit Court complaint I will be taken as confess-
born.I I efforts of individuals, state I Clerk
Marian L. Crasby. Deputy
Soil Conservation Service. This : district's which organ- Ey I..d i by yos. only by General
problems be
may so do. For
example. in 1953-1954 '/4 4t 6 25
I This required enabling legisla- [izations and land holding cornpanies. : ; i This notice shall be published Motors Corp.
All other
was assigned the responsibility Jin the field of soils, agronomy, I over one-third million seedlings: [once each week for four consecutive -
of bringing about the sound tion by any State that was in j jensineering, forestry. or biology I; ,'!'were planted on Container prope'-; In Circuit NOTICE Court: TOPPI'R Bradford Count 'I[weeks in the Bradford County Tele- Electric Refrigerators are

deve pment, conservation, properuse accord with such an idea and it I This work is done on individual I| The program of Container Corporation ty. Except for specific Florida In Chancfry. ,, graph. made by other companiesand
I areas Jesa Dated this :2! daoe .
'. Susie Elizabeth Stevens vs. Junt. ;!?lj.
management and permanent was not long until legislative farms and ranches or in some of America at Fernan- which will be planted within the Willard Stevens Detendant. :, OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby cannot use the word

protection of the nation's agricultural -j bodies in all the states recognizedthe I cases, where it is so desired on dma is typical of the above latter! next two yt'a\IE.; there is little left i Notice To Appear Case X". 10-j3S:; By Marian Clerk I... Crosby of the Deputy Circuit Court Clerk' Frigidaire.

land and water resources. merits of these districts and I i the lands of a group who are afflicted !|category. In 1938 they acquired' to plant. However this company To Jpva Willard Stpven", who'.e 6 4 4t Ii 20la

r L Many ideas for achieving these ,had passed the necessary laws to ;( with a common problem.A i the old Empire Lumber Company, has an interest in the other man's.land. ,residence and addre.in it. l'nknnwn. .
tlrrutt Want A
Your are hereby notified that a Court. Bradford Conn I,. GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
)r objectives were advanced but for,Callow their organization. Florida'sSoil farmer or rancher or group, tract near Starke. At that time,i i'I This program of distribu- !suit for di\oroo custody and Florida In Chanrerr.Robtrt .

j one rea5n'or another they were : Conservation Districts Act i:desiring help in developing a pro- 'a cow could be 'seen across the] tion of pine seedlings free of control of minor -hildren ,Shirlr llae!..>" Ruble Ruble. Plaintiff H. ? ?
'I has been filed in the Defendant.
I t. discarded in favor of one that | in 1937 and it of land and treat- against you :
was passed good use !
gram woods as far a" the human eye!! charge is an example of their above named Court and cause and I i'as NO !0-ir:
practically all those concerned ,among the first states to approveI ment, and..water conservation use was capable. TI' if '! earnest desire to you are required to serve a copy of{Order of Publication and *otire To THEN SEE
I v
you get 25 help the other Appear State of Florida To
pleading to the complaint -I :
answer or
recognized as having the most I the plan giving local organizations ,and management, applies for this feet off the. ron yOU are apt to I man to help himself. Over the your on the Plaintiff Attorney I Shirley Mae Ruble. whose residence i-

merit. This idea was that mostof the responsibility of supervising a i!assistance to his District Super- I be lost. The di'"-rence is the vast I vears. this annual program has 'I i Jacksonville.Wm D. M.rgan.Florida 507 Clark Bldg., and. K..no"ha.address "'i i I',s2524.con"in.: : 6tliitrset. E. H. SMITH '

the problems in conserving the of soil and water conser- .
program. :visors.I growth of seedl:"- s and trees dur- j contributed much to the reforestation -:and file the original In the office of You...are required to appear on
July 1954,
in the
, -sIThat's I A technician of the Soil Conser- i ;ng the ensuin'" years. Such could j! of barren timber lands in the Clerk of the Circuit Court on(Court and cause. wherein plaintiff named Tenth and Temple Ave.
or before the 5 day of July, 1934.:
vation Service then makes con- be accomplished Bradford j tseeks 1 divorce.
Our Business a only through hard County.The i otherwise the allegations of said Bradford Starke Fla.
j County
I Telegraph shall
| servation survey of the farm or work. foresight and a determination conservation efforts of this Complaint will be taken as confessed publish this Order In next four .
If It's Glass We Have It! ranch, each to to forest by you. I
classifying acre as stop fires. However, i and other companies in Bradford This notice shall be publishedonce

CALL WRITE or VISIT its capability. On the basis of i the conservation efforts of this : County is today creating t'mployi i each week for foul consecutive II I II I
I weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph -
this survey the owner is helped I county are not limited to their ment and in the future will resultin I We Are ProudOF

Joe Peters Glass Co. Jin i planting each acre for productive -,,own lands. a greatly increased income in Dated this. 3 dayof June. 1!54.OFFICIAL. .
I i ( SEAL) Charles A. Darb).
| use- within its capability and; During the past year over two] Bradford County when the timberis : Clrk of the Circuit Court i

FOR ANY GLASS NEED j treatment according to its need hundred miles of fire line were, harvested. Timber conservation By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk' OUR
I : C.4 4t 6 25OTICK :
We Design Modern Store Fronts ;I for protection and improvement. plowed on the lands of individuals i is something that all. either -

14 Pattern for i A simple form of agreement is !within reasonable benefit from > TO '.I'PF..iRI
Just Mail Us A i a area of Con directly or indirectly. I ".. .
la Circuit ( .rt. Bradford Coosty.Finrldai
Table Tops l signed by the_ land-owner and his I tainer's headquarters if and when ; finincially. Timber conservationin In rbanrrry. 1 Bradford Soil Conservation

1: Soil Conservation District wherein I this was requested. This com the years ahead will stamp Anthony Philip lorio. Plaintiff, \s.
1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone 4353 I
the landowner agrees to carryout I pany's fire fighting equipment is1;Bradford County as one of the *

certain conservation practices I available at all times to assist :major forested areas in Florida. ,

I and the District agrees to furnish others with their forest fire problems -;This is something that every citi- I i District

I Electric Motors Rewound and Serviced I technical assistance and guidance. | if requested. I II zen of Bradford County can take (j) I

I. On-the-eround technical help i isgiven i I It is not enough, however, to pride in.otherwi'e.


i GENERAL MACHINE WORK irrieation. water management 1 Better Soils Mean omnlatit the will allegations be taken as of confessed said- the letters start. Then from

structures and similar work. The by you. all over the free world come inch BRADFORD COUNTY
I This notice shall be publishedonce
All Work Guaranteed Reasonable Rates whole-farm conservation proeram I each week for four cnnseeu'vweeks comment is these from readers
I includes detailed plans for pasture in the Bradford County Telegraph -I of THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE

I development, cron rotations, woodland Tastier MoreNutritious MONITOR. aa international daily e I
: Tinted thi 26 day of May, 1954.
management. wildlife management OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby newspaper: -

Red Seal Electric & Machine Shop I I or practices.any other needed conservation Foods ?)' Marian Clerk L. Crosby.of the Deputy Circuit 5'2S:! 4t Clerk CourtI 618 ,. The ing Monitor for stroight4hinking is must read' Insure the FutureBy

: people. .
F. W. GRAUDON Owner-Manager Perhaps the most unique featureof In flrrult Court Bradford County.Florida "I returned to school after i

106 Washington St. Phone 397 Starke Fla. the whole program is that participation !F.In Chancery.Dewey Harper. Plaintiff vs. lapse of 18 years. I ."il1el conserving the soil with better land \

i in the program is entirely B>' Dorothy Ro' Ktfie C. Harper Defendant. my degree from the college,

---- I voluntary. Any person can 110mUt'mon..tration Agent Case No 10-52S;; but my education comet pract ices.
Order Of Publication and Notice Te "
from the Monitor. .
narticipate if he wants to. or .Appear Mate of FloridaTo
Too often think of the soil
| he doesn't. no steps are taken to we i : Effie ('. Harper whose residence i- "The Monitor gives me ideal
s- as just a place to plant crops. and address is: Hodge. Louisi for my work. ." O .
I try and make him. This philosophy -
was aptly stated by the grow flowers or build a house. I ana.You are required to appear on 7 truly enjoy ill company.
| very i' We grow a variety of feed crops June :28! 1954, in the above named ."
'District Supervisor who.said, "We ': I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Insure the Present
HUNDREDSof for our livestock. and we fertilize Yon, too, will find the Monitor
I never intend to try and make anyOne seeks dnoroe. Bradford County -
(those crops to promote growth and Telegraph shall publish this Order I informative with complete world
j do anything but we will leave :add nutritional value._ I in next four weekly issues. 1 news. You will discover a con-
details are managed! \ and economic no stone unturned to try and ', Witness mv hand and official seal i stnictive viewpoint in every newt By taking out policies with Old Line Companies -
and home 26,
P Nutritional specialists I Il' at StarKe Florida. this May
ally attended that only a trained and make every landowner WANT to I 1954. I itory.
have to that !
careful organization can attend when | do the utmost in conserving and j' economists proven us depen-I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Use the coupon below for i tpe I on your life, your home. your
the quality of our feed is As Clerk of said Court
the urgent need for serving is at I properly using his soil and water. lent on the fertility of our soil. By' Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ,I cia) Introductory subscription I crops and farm equipment.
I ( ha". U Hf.ss. 204 Guaranty Lifer 3 months for only S3.Til. .
hand. Food from home gardens or from I 'ldg., Jacksonville. Florida. .-.-.-.-----------.-..........
j commercial fields varies with soil l ,AlI>''s. for PIt. ;i; 2S 4t 6 ISOTICF. ChrulKi Sever* M.. ... I

Scientist'Ready soil On. M.r.., Su BM'M |i. Mm, V.9. A. 9
Soil the
When ;
DeWITT C. JONESPhone and fertilization. TO, APPK4R ; Pltiw ..... .. .. blndnrtMfllol .oboertp. I
I is lacking in essential minerals In Clrcnlt Court Bradford. Coealj. I. Tb. Ck...,.. :sn.... ....._
7 Starke Fla. must Florida In Chancery.Nicholas If *...... 1 tacla. II.oijr .
and other ingredients, Verga. Plaintiff vs. Rose I
r----- To HelpSCSCooperators | be added in the fertilizer. ContinUous Marie Verga Defendant.Case. : CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON
No. 10-:;::: i
Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur fertilization is expensive. police To Appear ( -JHdrJ r
I Developing and maintaining fer- To: Hose Marie Verga whose residence -
loctl funeral home enables tu to offer convenience ml I and address is: 118 Avenue P. I
tile soil is economy. Brooklyn, New York. ( AGENCYPHONE
service not otherwise available. ': As one who is interested in I You are hereby notified that a
suit for
:'quality foods. I would urge you I Divorce, custody and support of
-s-ss rn-sr jr rrrrj-r rrrrsr .rrrrrSrrsssssrssssw. r STARKE. FLA.Don't .
George A. Brown to give more thought to using minor childrenhas ( ) (MM) (".11. U.
furnlah the highest! type service at lowest prices and By rich soil. Use I been filed against you In the PB."
I Soil ScientistThe i foods produced on above named Court and cause and
accept ANT life Insurance policy In force, lasted by ANY I I the findings of your Agricultural j you are required to serve a copy of

company, as payment In part or In full on a funeral. I conservation objective of Experiment Station offered you I your answer on the or Plaintiff's pleading to the Attorney complaint J

Consultation carrle no obligation. the Bradford Soil Conservation through local agencies to produce ,I'I T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla ,
and file the original the office of
_-srnsnsflflflSSnrrflSrfltfl rrrsssn "The use of each acre better soils. !
District is: ''I better food from the Clerk of the Circuit Court on orbefore
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r within its capabilities and treatment !i Ii [ the :28 day Jutw.1q54;
Bradford ('ouut1" otherwise the allegations of said
needs for IB Circuit lourt.
I according to its Florida; In Chancery. !, Complaint will be taken as confessed .
I protection and improvement". The : Ermale P.egisier. Plaintiff, vs. i, by you
( toward ,Jos eph II. Register D..ft>n >
is moving I
DOES YOUR RANGE I first logical step Case Xo. 10.010rdrr unce each week for four consecuuvt
I that objective is to evaluate and Of PuhU..tlonnd Notice To weeks in the Bradford County Tele
) I and I,Ippr.rl Mate Of Florida To: rraph.
the capabilities
) inventory To: Joseph H. register, whose res-I Dated thi 2H day of May: 1954!
__ HAVE THIS WONDERFUL : needs of each acre in order that I idence and adilrcs-s IS: (OFFICIAL SEAL :-'harles.A DarbClerk > .,
to 01 I of the Circuit Court-
be You are required appear
? i conservation June 28. 1934.: in the above named I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
planned for each acre. Court and i-ause. wherein plaintiff : :3 iS 4t 6. IS! I
\frCb/CCbilFEATuRE :seeks) divorce aiid restoration of :
The responsibility tor this job 'maiden name.Bradiora I >o'rIi10 .tPPKtlt .
$ falls upon the soil scientist who county 'telegraph shall I In Circuit (Court liradfurd County Your Future !
'publish this Order in next four Florida: In Chancery.Mliert .
does the job by preparing a land weekly Issues. I, P. Warren. Plaintiff. vs.Uo.a .
C'apability map of each farm whose Witne.vs my hand and official !-I'all I'I"rlarrt'n.. Defendant
:' to 'at Starke.; Florida this May 26. I'a'e0.. 10-i.5; ;;; I
_v owner has expressed a desire 1954. Notice To Appear
& _#._ cooperate with the Bradford Soil! OFFICIAL. SEAL) Charles A. Darb i T,: Rosa Florine Warren whoseLETUSFILEYOURSAW
As Clerk of said Court '

______________ _ F FI Conservation District in attainingits By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk i 1
objective. ,'"ha. IJ. Hrwi, 204 Ouaranty I.ife

Preparation of a land capability!Att F'ldg.}.,,,_ kMinYille for Plf Florida.;5 ::s 4t 6 IS I When you allow the water to wash away your' land or the wind

map involves first the making of I In Circuit ('..url.. Bradford County I I on our New Foley
a detailed soil survey of the area. Floriila: In ( hanrery.P.enjaniii ,
!This means a traverse is made of I..F.Toners Power D.f.'ndntCase. Plaint! ..ff. vMildied !' AUTOMATIC SAW FILER to blow away your topsoil, or forest fires to destroyyour

the area bv the soil scientist and N.I' ltf-32l 9
Order Of l'uhU..ti.nd \..Ih'. To i They'll cut
I the sols: of the area examined by humus you're hurting future.
l' Ipprar: Mute Of Florida To: i like when your
i I means of a soil auger. On a base Tn: Mildred I.. Powers. who!'e "=:(: t ;
aerial the reid.'iieaiid address' is50S: Fern- filed on our
usually an photo '
| map. t
d.ile [>ii\e. liighpoint. No: th Caiohna. .
areas of soils of similar character- precision ma

istics are delineated and variations You are required to appear on i chine. In a
June :2S.! 19;;.. in the above named i .

I noted.of Soil slope characteristics and past erosion which are seeks Court divorce.and cause wherein plaintiff !I! few you 1 minutes! have When you allow uncontrolled fire or bad cutting practices to .1

i Bradford County Telegraph shall I
are used in making these separa- publish this Order in next four i I saws that cut cleaner, truer,

I include the effective depth weekly issues. !: faster. Bring your saws in forests and natural also
tions destroy t re-seeding
Witness!'!' my hand and official j your preven you are
I t 1 which. most plant roots will seal at Starke. Florida tins May :26! today-; ju'll tile our speedy

penetrate texture of the topsoil 1S54. ervice
and subsoil. permeability of the As Clerk of said Court' I hurting your future and the future of one of our greatost industries

various horizons of the soil and ,Charles Bv: Mari.in R. I.Hess.Cro 204 bv.Guaranty Df'plltprk Life ; ALSO SHARPENALL

mlny other. I Bldg. Jacksonville Florida.. KINDS OF TOOLS, Ir
in Bradford
Attys for Plf. 5 IS 4t 6 IS County.
The nresent legend for BradfordSoil I Knives Scissors Etc.
: Conservation District COntains 'Oll(. TO \PPK'RIn
"MAGIC OVENEYE"No Clrrsit (..art. Bradford County.Florida AH New Equipment
profiles descriptions for 20tifier..nt la C'haarrrv.

need tu watch the clock in oven pre- soil types. These in combination He Ktte Trugdon. Plaintiff. \" T'a\- CALVIN JOHNS

heatinf just watch the "magic: with additional land facts 'Id Trogdon. DefendantCase !
N. !4 3M 465 X. Water St.
Consult District
Thi Soil Conservation Supervisor For
Oven-eye jevwl glows nd such as sline and erosion present %tlre To Appear your your
*hen the oxen 14 up lo temperature To laId Trogdon. who.@ residence -
your dependable bAng signal Grand T\:: different land capability units and address is (" ',) .J.j inn, W. _

prize resulu every time each varying in capability and re- Trogdon.\V-.irwn k. 99'Vi.'gmia., Jefferson \'enu". .'- -7 :' --i -. < .-- --. ester, or Container's Forester for latest approved methods of 1

Yours exelumtly with the 1953 A/JJIC qua ing different conservation You are heresy notified flat I'
maintain suit for Wash Your Clothes
Chef f ai range. treatment to or improve

prod u t'tion capacity. has Ii'or.t been filed> against: you In th* conserving your land and your forests -- two of our greatest natural ,
TOTAL above named Court and 9 Pounds
cau"e and
Your soil scientist is also avail-
you are required to serve a copy of
Lash Price 348.95 jole to cooperators of BradfordSoil your answer or pleading to tba I
complaint onthe Plaintiff For 40c! resources.
LESS TRADE-IN Conservation for advice on Attorney T Frank Landrum. I

he construction of pits. ponds or Starke, Fi. r.da.
Old Range 33.95 1ams for impounding water for and file the original In the office of FREE Bleach If Desired!
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
31500Completely :, irr 4Tation, livestock and other or foefnre the eWe
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1 19 W Call St -- Starke. Fla.
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