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: December 31, 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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ILJr Starke Merchants 1 Bradford County Sees Vast Changes

Report IncreasedChristmas Occur During Greatest Year9 1954Out

Sales !

Goes The Old
--- Rapid Growth Seen In Housing
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: special i
z ; No "after Christmas i
.sales were featured in Starke :Monday -!

4 .; : 'j,. morning as the city's ,' 'Paving Schools And Business
tired ,
1 1t merchants began a slow ',, \ I *
from last week's mad rush.
Most merchants were still nurs- Say what you will about Old Man 1954. !he has certainlyseen

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ing aching feet and empty shelves vast changes made in Starke and Bradford County New

following a climatic Christmas schools, new homes, a new hospital, new businesses, and

,rush. An unofficial Telegraph 1 scores of new residents have been added or at. least ?art-
survey of several businesses showed ,

that this year's sales were better 'ed in the busy past 12 months.

and probably later, than last Road construction touched every tip of the county under

.. j ear's.Many of the merchants com- the vigorous prodding of Acting Gov. Charley E. Johns. In

mented on this year's last minute fact, the road projects with their accompanying headaches

i !tush. One storekeeper said that lover right-of-way, financing, dust, bumps, house moving,
his Christmas sales 33 Pictured above is the old Lawtey negro elementary school that ,
: .H1'A I eve were tree cutting and fear of injunctions have been a leading topic
!per cent higher than last year's i: will soon give way to the new structure below. Four other school

t ; and his total December sales ran ]',' projects will fill our classroom needs at least temporarily. i of conversation all year. C'J".1..'_ t _""JA eds 9 n
II oi.ain.ca' ivo gicoicoi" lie
about 20 per cent higher.

Another merchant said he did I In Comes The New as mentioned a year ego have
I --- been fulfilled. Two, housing projects
r about 40 per cent of his December City Seeks New ;
I are now adding the finishing
I trade in the last six days before .h
CTiristmas. : touches to 57 low cost homes, and
I Street Sweeper I -' construction is already
I the underwayon
4 of merchants voiced '. ,., ..
7 tr F : the 25-bed
A f i SJ "no I County's new hospital -
9 complaints" about the hectic i
1 Starke's City Council called forbids :! .
.... rush, but they are probably relieved i
I that there are still 358 days on a new street sweeper this I The county is also seeing a continued
-- .. i left until next Christmas.ICigarette week in a move to make the town growth in industry. The

Above Is an aerial photo of the 12 large broiler houses that can accomodate 78,000 birds for Bigham more attractive. i"'i' MMtMrtBitimsr | new Humphreys Gold Corp Highland -

Inc. The plant has grown from A three-house operation to the 12 houses in less than two mine will be ready for operation -
Enterprises Tax The
city hopes to pay for the in the near future. The Bradford -
I .a 9i Vi+ur tRit"tk/tt>i! '
yam'a .. ..d...._. .. __ sweeper ;with $8,648.70 they received aan!> tswtt>wrkL i Furniture Corp. enlarged its
:(Receipts DropStarke's recently from the State Road j plant during the year and has

New Mill Would :4'h14 Dept. in payment for engineering .',.ot' II doubled its capacity.
; Now the
monthly cigarette taxI work that the City purchased for' ', county must bolster up
I collections continue to reflect the other end of its economy -
a streets that :...
are presently tteingpa'ed .
gradual increase in the city'scigarette farming. The farmers long

Brighten County'sFarming i sales. Starke collected through secondary road The'new Lawtey school is symbolic of the progress that has been the lifeblood of the county _

j$2,575.03 for its share of the cigarette funds. achieved during 1951.e t year will tell whether 1954 was a "boom" suffered another setback this yearas

Picture I tax during October as com- The specifications for the sweeper : year, or whether its advances were part of a steady, normal growth. prices barely met expenses in

|pared with $2,483.54 a year ago. call for a type similar to the i ---- most crops. Cattle prices dropped
i I October's collections took a steep end the weather got in a few

Bradford County may soon i (drop from September's high for the ,one demonstrated here last month A. J. Thomas Jr. Dimes Drive I extra licks at all phases of agricul

be able to pocket a> large slice of year of $3,512.11. Last year the for Acting Gov. Charley E. Johns ture.A.

its valuable' feed dollar. A new h tax figure showed a corresponding by the Florida Equipment Co. Seeks Legion Post prolonged drought, a violent
venture is being formed to produce n drop from September's high of At that time Gov. Johns boughttwo Begins hail storm, and severe cbld this

quality feed here in the 325162. In both years Septembers sweepers for the state and winter all added to the farmer's

county in order to cut down the collections appear to run [urged the city to purchase one. County's annual misery. The farmer, who last year

high cost of buying it from out- about $500 higher than the average He chided the Councilmen about March of Dimes drive will be conducted stood knee deep in excess water,

of-state mills. monthly total.La1ey the condition of Starke's streets, [ from Jan. 3 until Jan. 31, found his pasture, crops, and water
W. E. Bigham Jr. of Brooker [and in one demonstration the holes
showed a corresponding |according to Benedict Finzer, drying up for lack of rain.
founded "Bigham Enterprises, Baby chicks are protected by a brooder during the early stages of drop from September to October. sweeper picked up dirt that had I On the other hand, the price of
Inc." last July; and he is presently their short stay at the broiler plant.A |I Lawtey collected $225.11 in Octo- piled up five inches deep on one j county chairman. Finzer said he farm land continued to climb and
selling 15,000 shares of common street. |hoped collections would reach
I ber as compared with $354.84 in .some new developments may help
stock in the corporation to help {September. $5,000 this year, doubling lastyear's the farmer to regain his financial
finance the construction of a mod- I Brooker S"-r+ f ontributiona.---- '-.- i .
slipped slightly to Californian Arrested rJ
ern feed mill and other facilities. '$148.82 J 1 'The March -Dimes collected rooting
following $159.68 in September hope may be offered in the
that the local feed For Recent Break-In $2,278.28 in its
Bigham says Hampton dropped from 1I regular drive last growing of feed crops. Soy beans
mill would mean a stable marketfor year and an additional $276.73 in
$130.34 were
to 65.99 to show the largest grown successfully in the
corn, soy beans and other feed percentage loss in the county. Fred Junior Ring, 28, who 1 I last summer's emergency drive. county in spite of the summer
crops grown by farmers in this y :claims California as his home was I I Finzer said anyone wishing to
i Keystone Heights dropped from II (Continued on Page 8))
area. Local cattlemen and chicken +srr 't I$714.31 in i arrested by Starke's city police I mail contributions may mail themto I
September to $519.95 in IJ
raisers could also get their own s (October. Lake Butler fell from I yearly this week and charged with J him Benedict Finzer, Box 903, I

feed milled here with all of the ($700.60 to 5486.: and Waldo:beaking and entering Adolph Gay's |Starke. He said he also plans a Youth Seriously

necessary minerals, vitamins, mo- filling station Saturday. (mother's march, coin collectors,
from $395.13 to $285.53.The I
lasses, and other materials addedto towns in this Ring is charged with stealinga 4 {and a drive in the schools. Injured In FightDonald
area joined
suit their needs. portable radio and more than 4 Finzer said he would appreciate
ther towns throughout
He pointed out that it would state in :100 pennies from the filling station. |the cooperation of any civic clubs

cut out double transportation costsin ecording less sales in October than jHe' was captured by the police after lor other organizations in makingthe Hodges was seriously in-
in September. The total tax collected jured in a grudge fight with Vernon
some instances where corn is he had 50 pennies rolled at a drive a success.
in the state for A. J, Thomas Jr. Slade
bought in distant states shippedto September pool hall Tuesday night as a climaxto
'was $1,550,402.70 as compared with I a wild night of carousing.
southern mill, and then He
a ship H was turned over to the
: $$1,446.154 in'October. American Legion Post 56 will House Burns Down Hodges and Slade apparently
ped to Bradford County as feed Sheriff and placed in the county '
for local cattli and chickens. He! I' jail when the radio was found in I'distribute letters to all other postsin II On Raiford RoadA fought with broken drinking

said the feed could be grown, milled 'I Johns Receives Car his room. Ring claims that he the state in January, endorsing glasses in front of the Blue Chip

and sold locally without any full house of 6,000 broilers is pictured above before they areshipped :! From His Supporters bought the radio for $2 from a I Arch Thomas Jr. in his candidacy house occupied by Calvin dirve-in on SR 16, according to
profit going to out-of-state in- man passing through Starke on for the 1955-56 Florida depart- Henley, his wife, and five children Sheriff P. D. Reddish.
to the dressing plant. One house represents nearly 10 ton,
terests. Friends and his way to Miami. He said he was ment commander. The election will burned to the ground at 2:39 a.m. Reddish said Hodges suffered a
of finished broilers. supporters of Act-
Bigham cites his own feed ex- using pennies that he had savedin I be held at the Legion state convention Wednesday morning. The house, deep cut on his head which brokea
Charley E.
pense as an example. He said he -Polaroid Minute Photos by the Telegraph- ing presented him with a $5,000 Johns a glass jar for a rainy day. I in Sarasota this May. owned by Norman Dowdy, was located blood vessel, a cut on his arm,

presently uses about $150,000 air Ring had been in Starke for I Thomas is presently opposed by about four miles from and a knot on the side of his bead

worth of feed annually for his dress about 50,000 broilers weekly. I conditioned automobile as a Christmas ,about seven weeks. He had worked I I'Billy Anderson & Post 98, Coral Starke on the Raiford road. apparently caused by some blunt
Bigham says many nearby plants TobaccoGrowers gift at a surprise party in his '
present broiler plant. He estimates most of the time for a plumber Gables. The Starke fire department an- object. Slade had some minor cuts
must dress out-of-state birds be- office here before Christmas. II
that only $8,000 or $9,000: is retained | but was out of work when i I Clifford Currie, post commander, swered the call when informed about the face.
cause of a shortage of Florida I His aides said they didn't 'tell
locally by the feed dealer grown birds. He said Florida produces I Get Acre Cut II Johns about the gift in advance rested and seeking employmentwith I cited the following qualifications that several nearby buildings were Reddish said the fight is a con-

while over $140,000 goes out of I I one pf the construction com- I I that Thomas has for the office: in danger. When they arrived tinuation of a rift between the two
than "
less 50
per cent of the because "we know he'd say no.
state. panies in the county. post adjutant '48-49; post com- they found the house completely boys that occurred two weeks ago.
I broilers consumed in the state. Bradford County's tobacco grow They said the purchase of the car
SUu-e Bigham uses only i fraction Sheriff P. D. Reddish has sent :mander, '50-51; district commandler isolated and already beyond help. le said it climaxed a wild night for
The company also has nearly I ers were notified this week that A-as a spontaneous gesture from !
of the total amount of feed off Ring's description and finger I '51-52; department member- Asst. Chief C. %f. Pickett said Hodges and his party.
400 of land
acres friends of the
surrounding Acting Governor
bought locally, he feels that such 1 Lheir tobacco allotments for next I prints to the FBI in order to check :ship chairman, '52-53; department the firemen cut some wires to pre- Sheriff Reddish said he receiveda
broiler plant. Bigham plans to en- throughout Florida. None of the I
a feed mill would bring over this year will be cut about five per cent en his past record. Ring admits 1 vice-chairman, "53-54: and department electrocuting call at about 8 p.m. Tuesday
large in of'
holding hopes state employees under Johns con- 1 I
$500,000 a year to this area. This :from this year's acreage. The allotment being arrested on about seven or judge advocate '54-55. persons examining night from a settlement out on
eventually growing most of his tributed to the fund, aides said.
money would circulate through own feed. cuts affect 97 out of 105 His employees in the Governor'soffice eight: occasions in California for ; Thomas is now serving his fifth Henley said all of his furnitureand the Connrr Road. Two coupleswere
local business channels instead of drinking and fighting and he '!year as Bradford County service possessions were loft; in the reported making a commotion

being lost out of state. Bigham points out the only real tobacco growers in the county. i presented Johns with a black claims that he was held for one ''officer, and he has held several fire. The family is now staying in that area, but they were gone

Bigham estimates the cost of the ''problem facing Bradford County I''The cuts did not affect growers I marble desk set inscribed "To I day on suspicion of murder in a high posts in "40 & 8," the Legion lwith relatives at Knight's Quart- before Deputy Sheriff Fate Brown

feed mill, grain storage facilities, \broiler plants is the high cost of with, less than a one-acre allotment Charley E. Johns, the best Gover- (case of mistaken identity. I honorary organization. I ers in Starke. could arrive.
feed. He said this high cost is tor Florida ever had."
and a complete bulk feeding sys- I County Agent George T. Hug- : Deputy Brown then traced the
for his broilers will cost about especially significant during the \
tem periods of low broiler when gins said that the cut became Elks couples to the Blue Chip drive-in
100000. The company's present prices Annual Christmas Basket Delivery Judged Huge Success By i where they were apparently behaving -
has facilities for 78,000 birds local plants usually operate at a necessary because of a mounting
plant loss. .. ., in an orderly fashion. He said
He believes the new feed a ,
sales volume of tobacco He said that there
and a weekly surplus. ,
mill 'rthe party was made up of Hodges,
6,500 birds or over 10 tons of!I would end the problem and 3,243,000,000 Ibs. of tobacco s I
were ; Enoch Crews, and two teenage
week. bring a bright, new future to
finished broilers a Florida's chicken business. I on hand in the United States on'!' 1 girls, Opal Hicks and Lindell Bradley -
in 12 r
ire large
The birds kept ,
Bigham owned the business uly 1. 1954. He said the estimated J g k I
each is fully ;
houses. for automatic house feeding, prior to the forming of Bigham I consumption for this year is 1,266 L 'Ft't Sheriff Reddish said witnessestold
equipped Enterprises. He is 000,000 Ibs., so there will be as I him that later Slade and
of its
now one
Ten or
medicating and watering I IA, ,., it
two principal stockholders '1977.000.000 lb. surplus before next Meade Lewis drove up in a car
11 of the houses are filled with along i 'n y l Y-
birds at all times. i with J. V. Doyle Sr. of Deland. I I'I |year's crop is harvested. The surplus t IL next to the two couples. Slade

entire output of 'These two men have invested about itself is well over an estimated and Hodges began reviving an

broilers The company's is sold to two Gainesville 'I$100,000 in the company and owna I,I>ear's consumption. Argument they had had two weeks

which together> combined total of 24,000 shares. HP1't ago suddenly Slade jumped out of
dressing plants
Fifteen thousand shares of common -, his i ar with something in his

stock are to be offered for i tobacco growers in order to control y 11 t r.ands; and began striking at
sale at this time, and another !I production so that each grower 4t Hodges

20.000 shares will be offered when I can get a fair price for his crop Hodges; came out of his car, and

the original offering is sold. ; Huggins said the Agriculturai the pair began fighting on thr

Stocks are priced at $10 per share, Stabilization and Conservation i ground. When the fight ended

and they are being sold in blocks Committee in Washington D C Hodge- was badly hurt but the

(of 25. 50, and 100 shares. Stock declared recently that each allotment :wo couples drove away in orderto

]may be purchased for cash or by' greater that 0.9 acres must I prevent an arrest. i

;time payments. \Ibe I reduced. The committee stateo' They drove into Starke acting l

t Bigham is presently president'that the grower's present allotment rather suspiciously and were tailed

and general manager of the company \should be multiplied by the facto Iby the Starke city police. They

while Doyle is nee-president i 1 I 9499 to obtain the reduction 'I tried to outrun the police, but the

I land board chairman. I I i The county's total acreage wa.- t v police trapped them at a deaden

Bigham entered the broiler bus- !' reduced from 349 acres in 1954 to GOV. JOHNS PLAYS SANTA FOR ELKS I I street.

i iness in 1952 with three broiler 333.5 acres in 1955. This 15.5 acre t Hodges was badly bleeding and

houses. In two years the business reduction results I the police tooK him to a doctor-
in approximately i I Pictured in the upper left are the members of the Starke Elks as
has expanded to four times its 'IOn the doctor's advice, Hodges was
a per cent reduction in every they fill Christmas baskets. The Elk'siveI, welfare workers, and
original size and the plant has farm affected. I j rushed to St. Vincent's Hospital in
volunteers are shown in the lower left as. they apply the finishingtouchE'S
been made almost fully automatic. Huggins said the greatest single (Jacksonville in an ambulance.
\reduction was given to M. 0 Har- to the baskets. Sheriff Reddish said late Wed-

New License Tags rell who had his 18 acres reduced Above is Acting Gov. (Santa Claus) Charley E. Johns and his nesday that the hospital reportea
I Ito 17.1 Hodges' Condition as good. Slade
Z. ; acre. wife, Teddy (Mrs. Santa), Elk members, and friends who were on
1955 auto license plates will go Most of the.surphis tobacco has hand to distribute the baskets. was placed in custody Wednesday

on sale in the County Tax Collector's accumulated recently as improved morning, but he was released on

} office on Monday, according farming practices increase the Phil Vitsky, basket chairman, extended his thanks to the many $50 bail following Hodges' favor-

II|to J. R. Kelly, tax collector. Kelly I I yield per acre for the crop. The civic organizations, Dixie Lily Milling Co.. Seller's St/tres, A & P able hospital report.
tobacco has been al- Crews is charged with drunken
to kept
urges all car owners purchaser i acreage Slai' s>. Cohen Brothers, Koch's Dm? Store, Wilson I'adrfrg Co., andothers
W. E. Blgfaara Jr. has an ansvve their license early in order to avoid[ most constant since it was placed driving and with driVing without
who helped make the basket delivery a success.
to the high cost of feed last minute confusion. under the allotment control system ; license


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-- I Lake CityI 75th Anniversary Edition and enjoyed f

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH don't have time to write you a it tremendously. Some of it ,

letter because I'm haying too I shall read again, probably many
OLDEST FLORIDA WEEKLY PUBLISHED CONTINUOUSLY UNDER THE AME MASTHEAD much fun with your 75th Anniversary times. When I found that Judy Ca- /

issue. I started with "Marthy nova and Charley Johns were natives -
Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under Ellen" and worked all the way i of Starke and that our --

the Aet of March S. 1879 !back to Starke's community assets !friends the McRaes were descended I

I <( MEMBER FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION !75th Anniversary edition of The I time every word of the way. The were almost the same as our home !
I I copy of the 1879 issue is price. town. "
I Telegraph was published more thana i
less. The Telegraph is a good !
Florida Issue Toward An Orderly GrowthAs 1 l paper.
month ago we continue to receive Lu Murphy As for your Anniversary edition,

Of 'Ford Times'Is letters almost every day f I I i I II Ii you need not worry. A good many !

Colorful TributeNatives we approach the new year and pause for a bit of requesting copies or commentingon I Jacksonville, Fla.I 'c conies are likely to be around 50 !
stock-taking it is obviou that Starke and Bradford Countyare
has been years from now to furnish
a copy that already came to Florida to help my many 1 !
just as! much as tour- now in the midst of their greatest period of expansionand received" and read. The interest I aunt get established in 1887. was hours of pleasure for a new gen- !
b.ts, will do well to beg, bor- growth. New roads and streets, housing developments shown in this historical issue has i then 16. Her name was Miss G. E. eration of Bradford oountians. ,
schools additional motel units needed hospital andis C. E. Charles >, '' '".,31'> ,-';"", -,' ,:.' '" t
fine new exceeded our expectations "
row or "hlea a copy of the far I Richmond and she built a home on z' : > ;
January 1955 Issue of "Ford facilities all are proof that this area is booming. The extremely gratifying..Some of a half block in Lakeview, near tl l liin i gtaH' ad witli n'fiaence i :

have been little short of the letters are not merely con ? '" :,:'",t.v-,,, ,,',,, ', ,' ,
the -
; "
hlze ,
Times", the little pocket changes during past year spec- .Kingsley Lake, and lived there till i.ii: .. ",.. ; ,; { '1> '. :
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Atlanta, Ga. ( ::' :.; ,,w- ., ....., .'. .. ., """
magazine published monthly by tacular in a town of this size and yet at the same time, the gratulatory, but contain material I 1902 when, I understand, she wus ; ::; i
the Ford Motor Company and growth seems rather steady and conservative which is all which is of general interest that !the sole remaining inhabitant. She there It is most likely that no native This is the time for the economic prophets to peer i
enjoyed Anni-
distributed to its friends and we feel should be shared with our died at Mrs. Hqwe's home on the your
to the good.
versary edition more than I, a man into the future and tell
customers throughout the Na But aside from its stimulating effects, there are also some readers. Herewith are reproduceda N. W. shore of the lake. For a who was never there more than us what kind of a year it

tion. very serious overtones in this symphony of progress and few of the many.) number of years previously she two days at a time. will be. Sometimes they ore right; but quite often
was the postmistress of Lakeview.The .
The entire January issue, just expansion. Some of these troublesome problems are already Tampa, Fla.I My interest in Starke began in

released, is devoted to the fabulous coming to light as is inevitable in a growing town. had the pleasure of receivinga brought mail out and from supplies Starke once were a 1912 when I was an employee of a they are wide of the mark. !

story of Florida and its The ideal situation, of course, is one where a new cityis copy of your 75th Anniversarypaper week by horse and buggy, about commission house in Atlanta that If we will each look ahead with confidence
tourist attractions It Is esti- laid out and built according to plans based on current sent me by my niece, Mrs. a two hour trip the sand specialized in strawberries. Enter ; l
mated that hewn million Americans W. C. Conner of Starke. I prizeit ing business for myself in 1915 and the determination
and future needs. But in old towns, like Starke, that "justgrew" road. Until her house was built my courage to make stepping'stones I

with travel on their minds the only thing to do is to take the existing situation, very highly. I I we lived with Mr. and Mrs. Cum- firm became the leading Atlanta of '
Hill get an introduction to the The school teacher that burnedthe dealer in that commodity and I our obstacles; then, we are pretty certain'
bad as it is, and try to keep it from getting worse. The mings (retired minister). Mr.
wonders of Florida through the school house happened to be made annual trips to Starke, Law-
of the automobile has completely revolutionized city Brigham had the general store to have a successful -* **1- ->
age tey Highland, and Max- year.
sixty-eight colorful pages twen- my uncle, Jessie Fouts. As the pigs Hampton ,
ty-nine beautiful photographs, planning. Every city and town now has a parking problem, and hogs in those days slept under and his son. Ray, was my pal for Yule in that connection.

and twenty-one original paintings and! ample parking space near the shopping district is a the building and fleas were so I the five or six months I was I Going back to the turn of the The Florida Bank at Starke brings you the latest United 1

contained in this fasci- headache that can only be solved by the location of a large terrible the pupils just could not I there. century, as best I recall, some Press world news summary on Station WDVH at noon

sting Issue.It parkii.g lot nearby. sit still and study, he decided to Mr. Brown was the local real' boys from Starke came to a town each Monday and Friday.FLORIDA. (

Without strict zoning laws to use as a guide Starke can scatter a thin layer of straw under estate man and perhaps 20 or 25 near Atlanta to attend a school 1,

is said that this handsome look forward only to a future that will be more haphazardand the house and set it afire on houses were built on the "promise"of taught by Prof. Geo. C. Looney, I

tribute to Florida was conceived poorly planned than that experienced in the first hundred the oft side from the wind. He believed a railroad between Green Cove who formerly taught at Starke. I t It II
Ford dealers of the state, Springs and Starke.
by years of its growth. l this would kill the fleas They were Carl Knight Arthur I BANK ft STARKE I
who will distribute some 200,000 without damaging the building.But We stayed with Mrs. Howe for Ritch, a boy named Johns, and
extra to out-of-state The best interests of ALL Starke will be only MIi
copies perhaps a week before going to one named Alvarez. I was pleased Ito
travelers When all factors weighed and an orderly plan for city after setting the straw on
visitors and other
the Cummings' home, where Mr. find, right off the reel
fire it burned slow that the your Member Florida National Groups
Wedon't in accord with the ideas and of so
during the next two months.! growth is adopted purposes Brown also boarded When I left i issue, a story about a birthday
imagine they'll turn down the greatest number of people concerned. Certainly, in addition fleas could easily outrun the fire. I sold him my sectional canoe I party given by "Master" Carl
So to do
the home folks, however if to attracting and holding new businesses, and all he decided a to quicker set it and afire better on the job had brought down with me from Knight. I watched him develop into -

you ask for a copy of this Issue other commercial considerations, most of us want to keep wind side, and thereby made a bad Brooklyn. one of the county's leading politicians -

and our advice is to get one Starke an attractive and convenient place in which to live. mistake. The fire got out of con- Alanson Moreliouse and am told they had to

quick, before the supply is The charm of so many Southern cities, as compared with trol and burned up the building.I P. O. Box 3271 tear the courthouse down finally to

gone. their Northern counterparts, is that they have retained My uncle rebuilt the schoolhouse.. separate him from it, although he

You may rune lived in Florida comfort, beauty, and convenience of living. This must be and also replaced: all the children's Kansas City, Mo. can probably still be found around

all your life, but chances are protected, at all costs by proper planning and zoning.In books and dinner pails. Money was All six of my children think the there to this day. a
you'll find as much to interest the words of Dean Wm. T. Arnett who met here one scarce in those days, but luckily Anniversary Edition is wonderfuland story on strawberry culturewas ,

you in the January issue of year ago with the newly organized Zoning and Planning his father (my grandfather) hada have enjoyed every page of it. most interesting, and the reference QD Q I INe
found to Mr.
To the of the old school Truby who
Ford Times as the average me
Board: "A planning program is not concerned exclusivelywith sawmill in clay County and was \
tourist w ill. This issue attemptsto homes or businesses, or industries, or play grounds. It was also postmaster of the Wilderness house brought back many pleas his death.representative there until
ant memories of school X95o
cover America's winter vacationland my happy Year
from off-beat f1J.hIn& is not concerned exclusively with streets or highways, or:, post office. His name waMartin days. You have every right to be I

spots to world-famous resorts railroads. It is not concerned exclusively with the economic lumber Fouts, and he supplied the Mrs. Gertrude"Roach proud of this edition, and I speak
to rebuild
and It does a remarkablygood base of the community or with schools, or with recreation.But the school. 4517 Jefferson Ave. from long year's experience in ob- p ''

job. rather, it is concerned with the RELATIONSHIPS of I ,Well, Jesse decided he'd rathre&actar I .serving newspapers, thei i.r makeup -!,, t
u b .1t chars 1I.-sriwof (c etzetso ) 1> ih5>y ar3}?azia} t
m.f' ;
tt eseeietneti One of tie aret'I.,. ktatersTaAf : tie t't'f;awl ; ) Z> ?d i ozc t less {\
j.m, eft. 3i is
We Asae et gras'szed: tte teats "reist'tQttsitips" w. tit\ ; 't'"U'i.? $ ESTSSI4SS )$: n-/1y :
T mltt4" terear a p'hl paragraph above because it seems to us the key to ,tales Texas and pcaetteed meth-I I something w will all treasure -I i a reference work that vOt t come
any ,
{\Qell.Qlt 9.t ha%a far escaped cine there as long as he lived. 1 1I invaluable in the
and future. I
read re-read. j
] My congrat.
one regret'is
coordinated method of planning and zoning. If consideration I
the attention of many out-of- -Amelia Crosby'' elate you and staff t ;
that your Father did not live i your and wish 1Q ;
Florida 'Chad been given to the proper "relationships" of all elements for
fttatera the central 1907 49th St. i to see it. He would have been very i you continued success.
lake country. In a 75-mile radium that go to make a town, it would have prevented, we believe, proud of all your work. i Aubrey Milam

around Orlando, the article says, the situation that arose last week when it was learned thata Baltimore, Md.I .i Ethel S. Barbour. 12,S. Prado, N. E.

are 20.000 lakes, with a total large commercial enterprise was interested in a location have seen many Anniversary 110 Edward St.Jacksonville.

shoreline that measures ten that would place it on an "island", completely surroundedon issues of papers gotten out, but -

times the length of the Atlantic four sides by church club, and residential property. yours was the most interesting of Fla.I Montgomery, Ala.
coast from Eastport, Maine to Such disregard of relationship it seems to us, violates eveputpase all. It is unique in the manner that enjoyed the splendid Annivef-. Your Anniversary edition bears \ the tiny gleam of 1955 begins to rise over the eastern

Miami. o( city planning >sfath she) & bfc a toMS>>uSng pxn-: it completely J\'US tfca tnlwviadated nary issxr -- fspoosSf the aid ackt my cnntenLion: iha) ibe Des t J')21 bPafa' 'lM Ri2h ;
( space oven: 1'b lr*: } ))2P >>>> >J), D>>1' ; 278; hole MT-e ttat!
.taather oracle esptida gram rf organized, eQar(?&efls('e cafKaumity{ ftretfiaugfct.. ;I years Tie i W M, plcuses. They earned TSA tads' whose Ql'.rr'en. Gy peopl: e
: news item eoaAfe one 'W\\ lo many happy days in Stark e. t cots gt oeep; who lov this New Ye\r. an will into a great
"4'\\.eUnm Sem ting" fc acome >> ASihovjgh the City Council immediately moved to zone really was there to re-lire and understand the uneasy peace grow i
valuable advice for the the block concerned, at least on a temporary basis, such. of the incidents. So some where I visited my grandfather which they live. Your community in
will the world
many Barnes Col. W. W. Moore, the founder of issue is one freedom light that shine gloriously over.
elderly who are planning a life stopgap measures are a poor answer to the problem at best. and faces I have recognized as The of the finest works on local history

In Florida after retirement.A The only satisfactory answer, of course, is' a comprehensiveplan those I knew when I was just a Telegraph. Mona M. Harris published in Florida. The people And now, at the beginning of this year, we here at

backed by an over-all zoning ordinance that will assure "toddler." of your county
tourist attraction that was certainly owe
1135 Hubbard St. you
in celebrations
Starke Builders to
never intended as such is described the orderly use of property to promote the general welfareof Uncle Steve Wells I remember : a debt of gratitude for the preservatIOn Supplies pause our

in "Memoriam to Spurned all citizens of the town. his last trip on_ Peggy. The Lake Helen, Fla. of their history.. wish you and yours Health and Happiness. May 1955

Love." It's Rock Gate Park, We realize that such a plan of operation cannot be workedout first time I ever had my picturetaken Your paper is always a job wd) E. C. Williamson

a fantastic collection of coral hastily. But if there is any way possible to expediteits at Hoover's, Uncle Sam Bryan done, but the Anniversary Issueis Chief Editor I make your wonderful dreams become wonderful

rock sculpture south of Miami. completion and adoption we believe that a tremendous and his "push car," Chief an outstanding example of an Air Force Historical Sec. :

It was all done by a lonely service will have been done to the town and- its citizens. Kite, and many others but interesting presentation of historyto Research Studies Institute: realities.
Latvian Immigrant who fled his best of all was spotting Aunt Julia those of us who loved Starkeas
Bryan's .........y.............
native lend when jilted by his picture. I had lost our home town. The pictures,

bride-t-bt'. track of her entirely. But with all especially the old schoolhouse,
Feed Mill Would Be A Boon
the new buildings and improvements which I attended, brought back PINE LEVELS
"Look What's Cookin' on the
there's still
enough left of fond memories. We appreciate TARK&
Keys" describes how boom Because of high feed and labor costs and stiff competitionresulting the old Starke I knew 40 years your efforts in the many hours of Irl. II.
times have come to the once- from increased production, Florida poultry raiserswill ago to make your issue deeply interesting tireless research necessary to Mcltae

remote'archipeJa&o that stretches undoubtedly face multiplied problems in 1955. Many make this issue appealing to both tAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAA BUILDERS' SUPPLIES I
the state.for ISO Beautiful miles off color the photo tip of poultrymen have had difficulty breaking even during the Hope to be home after the hot i young and old. Rev. W. E. Hall filled his 35" S.A.L. DEPOT-'QififJ f,45 It

past few months as a result of unusually low prices for eggs days but due to an accident won't -Mary Armstrong McGill appointment at the Pine regular -
graphs illustrate this article. be able to Level
and poultry meat and Thigh' feed prices, which amount to be there for Christmas. Box 398 Baptist Church last Sunday morn I

The stretch of Gulf coast sixty per cent of total production costs. And the worst of D. W. (Gomez) MartinP. ing and evening, with a onA n.
c ----- wwu attendance -
O. Box 3786Gainesville New York City )
from Pensacola Port St. Joe
to it is that mere are no prospects 01 an increase in egg or at both church and Sun
is described as a "Beachcomb poultry prices during the next six You are certainly to be compli- day school.
ers' Paradise" where life lacks months. Fla. mented and congratulated on
the glitter of the Gold Coast, In view of these circumstances we learn with particular The Anniversary Issue of'the' bringing about a review of the We are sorry to report the i llOQI of the Shell. ready forSECURITY
interest of the of Inc. to erect Telegraph is a historical ness of H. H. Lewis,
but there's still plenty of fun plans Bigham Enterprises a masterpiece. As points of interest so and we hopehe
and recreation, native stjle. modern feed mill and other facilities near Brooker. If it be- you know, I have been interested in dear to the hearts and memories of will soon be well again. We

comes reality, this new enterprise would certainly seem the history of Florida for some. many of us. I miss him and his good wife so

A handsomely illustrated to be a "natural" for Bradford County. Not only would it time and the issue is certainly a i Augustus C. Long much at church. Also Roscoe Bu n- !
describes Florida's wealthof great and I
story wonderful addition to' PresidentThe
enable poultry and livestock owners to obtain feed at lower mgton and others who ill.
forty-three state parks and any collector of Floridiana. are
Texas Company !
cost but it would also provide a new market for the productsof ;
Rev. and Mrs.
historic memorials 70,000 Someone showed i Hall
me a copy of a i i spent part
acres of primitive and wilderness our Bradford County soil. book published by the State of Monticello, Fla.I !of the holidays with their children,

areas from the panhandle Most Bradford County citizens still derive their living, Florida in 1903. It was entitled have read with much interestthe !Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Murrhee and

and the Georgia line: to the either directly or indirectly, from agriculture. At the pres- "Soldiers of Florida" and con- whole edition and it is most I son, Edward, at Hilliard and Guy -

jungled southern tip." ent time. Bradford County agriculture paticularly truck ,tained the rolls of all Floridians instructive and of much historic I William Hall at Cocoa. They returned -

Florida fishing Ls describedas farming, is in an extremely unhealthy condition as the re- :who participated in the Seminole value. I was a close friend of I(, home Christmas evening.Mr. .

being "flavored with more sult of two bad years in a row. There is no indication that I Indian War, the War Between the! your Father's and served with and and Mrs. Dan Lewis of

surprises than a grab bag the 1955 season will be any better than the two preceding.In States, and the Spanish-American voted for him for Speaker of the I Georgia were recent visitors of
War. It was very interesting to House in 1907. My good friend Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis. *
It comes in all sizes, from $65 view of this disturbing condition, it is obvious that any
of the
a day charter boats and a fel- progressive action having a reasonable chance to brightenthe teers Bradford County Volun Judge Gus Long and myself came I''I Visitors of the H. M. McRaesMonday
commanded by along about the
Capt. EugeneS. same time and
low who. baits your hook, to Bradford County agricultural picture should receive afternoon were Mrs. O. W.
Matthews in
the Spanish-Ameri- were admitted to the Bar and
cane poles and two-bits worthof Jackson and daughter, Ann, of
most careful consideration and support by farmers and
can War and of Augustus V. Long, have been friends for nearly halfa South Carolina and
bait off a bridge or ('analbank" mother-in-law,
businessmen alike. who was his first lieutenant. century. I have experienced much !Mrs. C. V. Green of Jacksonville
Since the modern feed mill which Bigham Enterprises A. Z. Adkins Jr. pleasure in reading the edition and Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Myrick and sons,

Other Items in this remarkable proposes to build at Brooker will annually use several thou- think you did a marvelous job andit Zackie and Bobby, of Winter Haven

issue Include a "one-picture sand dollars worth of feedstuffs that Bradford County farm- Tampa, Fla. is most creditable. i Mrs. Sue Myrick and Mrs. :,' '
story" of the state as a winter ers can grow it should provide an important boost to the You deserve the enthusiastic S. D. Clark ,Robert Myrick and children of may'.S

quarters for circuses ball clubs, agricultural income of the county. It would undoubtedly congratulations and gratitude of !Starke.It .

and w hat-hat'e-you; a review provide a stable market for corn soy beans and other feed your fellow citizens in Bradford Atlanta, Ga. was a joyful Christmas day at
of some of the tastier native farmers in this County and the state for this excellent Your mechanical force deservesa .
crops grown by area. the home of the H. M.
contribution to the litera- lot of credit for the McRaes
dishes titled "Coolers, Gophersan' good typog-
In addition to providing market for various farm
a pro- ture and when the !
Florida. children
Sech; a shanty-boat cruise history of raphy and presswork in 'ourAnni..ersary and grandchildren
ducts, a local mill would have many other advantages. It I .
up the Caloosahatchie River; -- Ellwood C. Xance issue. Having workedfor gathered to celebrate the day, -. ;
would custom grinding and' mixing services for
and the favorite' recipes of six President some years as a printeroperator together. Those who were therewere
famous Florida restaurants. ranchers and farmers. This would mean lower cost quality University of Tampa on weekly newspaper I realize :
feeds for these people which, in effect, will mean lower income Ia' lot of hours of hard work went Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Normanand I I

There is a section on Florida for them. It would eliminate unnecessary double transportation Gainesville Fla. into the making of this fine edi- son Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp: The hen puts into the egg

unier\Hles, handsomely illustrated costs in instances where corn is bought locally for feed Your 75th Anniversary issue is tion. and sons, and Mrs. Carolyn Clem-I 1.I those nutrients needed to

with color photos, and a shipped to Georgia for milling and then returned to Brad- certain to prove valuable sourceof Bob Bowers meats, all of Heilbronn Springs; nourish the chick
series of "Florida Facets" scattered ford County for sale to poultry and livestock raisers. information in the years to Mergenthaler Linotype Co. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McRae and son: before it
through the book describethe come. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae and t emerges from the shell .
Since the cost of feed is the largest item of expense in
Stephen Foster Memorial at I sons, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae but after this
Arnold B. GrobmanDirector Hagerstown, Ind. its future is in
poultry raising, accounting for sixty cent of the cost,
White Springs; gridiron "mad Two years ago my wife and I and son, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby
it would that few cents saved each bag of feed your hands-it's ready for
seem a on
ness"! as practiced in the state'sfour Florida State Museum passed through Starke while returning and four daughters, Mr. and _
big bowl games; Tampa might easily mean the difference between profit and loss from a Florida vacation. Mrs. B. J. Eggers and children of I SECURITY CHICK RATION and

Bay's Sunshine Skyway; Miami on a batch of broilers. This saving is especially significant Tallahassee, Fla.I Perhaps because your part of the I Jacksonville; :Mr. and Mrs. Edwin the right start in life.

Beach and its fabulous hotels; during periods of low broiler prices, such as the present, I can't tell you how much I en- state seemed more like home to McRae and daughter of Green O For
a summer \lsitor's view of the when local plants usually operate at a loss. joyed: reading your special issue. us, we stopped for an hour at the Cove Springs, Bobbie and' Arnold n n rapid growth, sturdy

state; St Augustine's oldest It seems apparent that a local mill would do much to I was born in Bradford County in home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mc- Colhey of Starke and Arley Mc cll-4-i" n bodies, and'profitable egg I

house; and the "City of Key stabilize the broiler industry in this area. It is not a ques- 1871 and was bro.ght' reading Rae. We wanted to talk to real Rae of Gainesville.On production next fall, start your !

West" Florida to Cuba ferry tion of finding a market for broilers, for Florida is still the Telegraph until I was 21. Florida farm people, not big operators Sunday the family gatheredat chicks on SECURITY.

services. producing less than fifty per cent of the total consumed in i Your issue was a wonderful reviewof or specialists, but the kind the B. M. McRae's after church. ,1

Though you may think you this state. The question is whether the broilers can be pro- all the things that happened of people, like ourselves, who operate i There also were Mr. and Mrs. V. E.
through my boyhood days. Thentoo a family sized farm. We I Thornton, and Mr. and Mrs. ClydeHughey
know home state thoroughly duced economically erough to leave the producer a fair
your the former editor of the could not have made of Gainesville.
paper, a more fortunate
Mills of
margin of profit his investment.We Security Jacksonville Inc.
our prediction is that you've on E. S. Matthews, and I were such choice. The McRaes invitedus Those Of the family who COUld

got a big surprise coming when are always interested in developments that seem good friends. I was Chief Clerk of into their home and freely dis not meet were: Mr. and Mrs. Owen ,

you read the Florida issue of promising from the standpoint of rounding out Bradford the House of Representatives when cussed different phases of their McRae and children of San Francisco 1700 W. Church St. Jacksonville, Fla.

"Ford Times." We strongly advice County's agricultural and industrial economy. It would seem he was Speaker. I admired himvery farm business and, believe it or not, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. A. F.

you to grab a copy of this that the proposed feed mill has much to commend it from much. we found a lot in common. Hall and family of Jacksonville WE DELIVER TO YOUR FARM

little gem before the>'re aUgone. the standpoint of everyone concerned. We wish Bigham : John G. Kelluna It was through their kindness and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor I 1,

EnterpriseHaws in their venture 551 West College! Ave, that we received a copy of your and family of Milton.


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r[Christmas.Mr. 'Brigadoon PlaysAt TYTYYYYYYVVTVYTVYYYVfVTT I(Mrs. William Reynolds. Their I PAGE THRn
everybody on Dec. 31.
and Mrs. W. E. Bigham Sr. "
daughter, Mrs. Ralph Thomas,I training exercise on the slopes of \,
visited the Junior Bighams over Florida Theatre The Community Church
BROOKERBy [the holidays. Keystone Heightsby with were also her here husband for and the Christmas children sented the children's program on 1 SERVICE MEN famous. Fujiyama in Central Honshu -

The Waits held open house to "Brigadoon," the strange storyof I
season. Sunday, Dec. 19 at 7:30: m.
Polly Walt Jr. a few friends Friday night. an enchanted Scottish village Mrs. Sara, McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I p. I'
!-Ir. and Mrs. Little Jimmy McMurtry, 8 ;years Home for the holidays is Miss I *
LLUAULLAUI LU&.UalaaCHRISTMAS Ressie Colson ot plays Sunday, Monday, and Tues- old, *
Columbus, Ga., spent Sunday with day at the Florida Theatre. had a'birthday party on Mon- Sandra Weichel, daughter of Mr. DANGER I
OBSERVEDBY the G. B. Colsons. The village before two In the Christmas Decorations day, Dec. 27, at his home. Abouta !and :Mrs. E. C. Weichel, Jr. who is ;
BROOKER BAPTIST Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green Americans, Gene Kelly and Van Contest sponsored by the Chamberof half dozen of his friends cele- a senior at Penn State. Her fiancee, WillIe L Carter Jr., fireman, It Is Dangerous lo Neglect !
Brooker Church brated with him. Courtney Everett Howe, U. S. Navy reported for Cough from Common Cold i
The Baptist were on business in Jacksonvillelast Johnson, as the mist rises in the Commerce this year, the following a pre-med dutylast I
presented an inspiring Christmas [ week. Scottish highlands. The Americans prizes were awarded: Best Mrs. Chas. Newman has gone to student at Penn State, accompa month aboard the heavy Chronic bronchitis may develop if '

play Thursday night, Dec. 23, at The Christmas guests of the enter the village and immediately decorated business house, Mrs. Charleston, W. Va. to live. We nied her home and will be a guestof i cruiser USS Los Angeles at Long lOur: cough is not,chest treated cold and,or acute bronchitis ,

7:30 o'clock. This pageant, tellingthe |W. H. Lawhons were the Russell fall in love with two of its girls Pat Fraher; residence decoration, hear moved Miss into Comnie Knight has the Weichel's during the holi- Beach, Calif. This ship is-presently afford to take a chance with you any cannot medicine I

familiar Christmas story, was Greens and the Lee Greens of They then learn that the S. E. McKay, first prize; Mrs. A.. the Newman home. days. Sandra's father is an alum- less potent than Creomulsion. It
directed by Mrs. Lloyd Dyal and Gainesville.The is enchanted and exists only one eVance, second prize, Fred Dodd, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Williamsare nus of Penn State and her grand- engaged in training exercisesoff lotS into the bronchial system to help !

narrated by Jimmy Suggs. Junior day out of every 100 The third prize. Honorable mention here for the winter. father, E. C. Weichel Sr., is a the coast of California. loosen and expel germ laden phlegm I
Bighams were ir. years. Mrs. Anna and aid nature to soothe and heal .
Those James' trust raw,
portraying the various [Jacksonville n village became enchanted when went to O. C. Suttle, A. B. Watson, two sons
Thursday e.HAPPY
enjoying a both visited her this Marine Pfc Raymond A. ,, tender.iiulamedbronchialmembranej. I
characters Harper
were Henry Harrell, early Christmas dinner with the its minister prayed that his parish and Al Nelson. Mrs. Fraher'sin- -Christmas. NEW YEAR I Creomulsion blends beech*ood
Lynox Kelly, Wayne Thomas, Wilbur dow William S. James of Charleston, Correction In last week's club son of William E. Harper of
L. L. Hardees. might be saved from the wickedness which won the award for ; I' creosote by special process with other
Barry, Coly Edwards, Gene business N. C., and Copeland S. James of notes it Starke, is serving in Japan with tine-tested: medicines
Mr. and Mrs. Ressie Colson and of the world. In answer to houses was a farm scene was reported that the for coughs. .It
Edwards, Jimmie Suggs, Laverne his with New Orleans. bazaar made a net the 9th Marines, an infantry regi contains no narcotics.
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume of prayer, the village appears log house, log barn, a sled profit of $24.27.
Dyal, and i,Misses Katherine Har I Starke were'the.Christmas dinner only once each century and does load of logs, and assorted farm We hear that Mrs. Al Nelson, That was a typographic error. It ment of the 3rd Marine Division. Get a large bottle of Creomulsion at

rell, Joyce Suggs, Jean Endicott, :guests of the G. B. Colsons. not remain long enough to re I animals. The whole scene was ,'Mrs. Beckwith and Miss Gertrude should have been $241.27. Sorry, This regiment, headquarters at Creomulsion your dnliitore.is guaranteed Use it aU as to directed.plctw
and Jackie Barry. Christmas guests of the R. F. ceive any evil influence. |made by Mrs. D. O. Stewart several were all on the sick list FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Camp Sakai in southern Honshu, you or druggist refunds money. Adr.HUNDREDS .

Between the various scenes, the Ganos were Mr. and Mrs. O. R. The spell will be broken if anyone years ago. She carved the 'ogs last weekend, all victims of the Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Morning recently took part in a month-long

choir, directed by Mrs. C. B. Stal- Gano and family of Swan Lake leaves the village, and per that went into the house and barn flu. I I Worship 11 a. m. Training

lngs; sang Christmas carols. The and Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Gano sons can enter the village only maae Ine: sled and even the har- The Keystone Heights Community Union 6:15 p. m. Evening Worship
singers; included L. L. Parker, T. and girls of St. Augustine.F. by breaking all ties with the outside ness of the horses. The latter, Church held an impressiveCarol 7:30: p. m. Midweek Prayer Serv-

B. Pinholster, Marshall Gillespie, M. Vickery Jr. and Mrs. Joe o world. she tells us was made from old kid and Candle Service on ice 7:30: p. m.

Vivian Parker, Melba Green, Nellie Wetherington and daughter, The plot of the picture evolves gloves. The only things not made Christmas Eve. The choir, under Everyone enjoyed the Christmas

Suggs, Zulene Harrell, Iva Mae Mary Lou, visited the G. E. Greens whether to give up the world or by hand were the animals and the direction of Dr. Pait, rendereda
last at the
Lewis, Doris Kelly, and Evelyn I..and the Ernest Edwards Monday.Mr. around the American's decision on she had to buy them. With the group of Christmas Carols. At. program Monday night

Thomas. Glenda Parker sang a and Mrs. Julian Green of their new loves. I snow covered land and buildings, midnight, at the close of the serv- church. The Intermediate Class

solo number, "O Holy Night. I Jacksonville visited the Dave Cyd Charisse and Elaine Ste it made a nostalgic- scene- .--- -for-- A- ice, in the darkened church, hold- presented a play, "No Room at the of details are managed and economically -

Mr and Mrs. Marshall Gillespieof Greens for the Christmas holiday.I wart play the leading feminine lot of the migrating Yankees in ing aloft the small candles which Inn," and a very touching movie attended that only a trained and

Kentucky have enjoyed an extended Mr. and Mrs. Ivery Hodge and roles.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. ,I town, but for my part I was very had received their light from the i I was shown Santa Claus left candy, careful organization can attend when

visit with Rev. and Mrs. C. family, Chalmers Nettles of Jack- happy that the snow was all in candle on the altar, the gifts, and fruit for the urgent need for serving is at
B. Stallings.The sonville, and Wesley Hodge of ? the window. tion sang "Silent Night.congrega-I I everyone. hand.

Brooker Baptist Church is (High Springs were the dinner Spike Vance and his wife were tiful and reverent way to CARD OF THAMiS

planning to have a New Year's guests of the Dennis Hodges. LONG BRANCH home for Christmas with his the birthday of the Christ. !i

Watch party. Everyone is invited. i The T. W. Markeys spent Christ- mother, Mrs. A. Vanes. They have On Sunday, Dec. 19, at 3 p. m. We wish to thank our many DeWITT C. JONESPhone
The mas with Mr. and Mrs. R. K. gone to Tampa for few the Catholic friends for their kindnesses shownin
planned program will start by Airs. J. L. a days with Church presented a 7 Starke, Fla.
at 8 p.m. and end at 12:01: a.m. Dukes of Dukes. Stricklandand her people.H. Nativity program in which Mary our bereavement for our beloved tw..- II ,.

There will be a break for refresh- Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Clark of Jimmy LangAAAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. T. Templeton, wife and Jo Siprelle represented Mary and husband and father. The :Mc- Funeral Director
Lake City and Johnnie Clark of Ambulance Service
ments of sandwiches and cake. + .& daughter of Ann Arbor, Mich. andB. Bobby Morgan represented Joseph. Kinney family.Guarantee .

The Ben Creswells and he: Loyd Palatka Clarks.spent Christmas with the Mr. and Mrs. William Padgettof E. Templeton of Greenville, S. Refreshments were served follow- Our local funeral home enables u to offer convenience sal

wing Andersons of Miami spent Maxville C. were guests of their sister, ing the program. services not otherwto available.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Green of announce the birth of : I Your
Christmas with the H. S. Ander- Mrs. Autrey Vance, for the holi- John Schaffer of Summer $9.95
Jacksonville visited the R. H. a son on Dec. 21 at 10 p.m. Mrs. Mich. II. ., I., ,_
sons. Greens Sunday.N. Padgett is the daughter of Rev. days.Miss is visiting his son George Schaf- PICTURE TUBE

Conway Rouse of Tampa was G. Hayes Jr. and Merna Hall Everett:: Godwin of Maxville. Donna Deane Bachelor of fer, and his family at their homein 10 In. to 21 In. Per Year We furnish the bJ Jut type service At lowest price, and

the overnight guest of the Big- ot Immokalee visited the Senior An auto and trailer turned over Homestead is the guest of Miss Keystone. Call 239 For Details accept ANT life Insurance policy In force, listed by ANT

Sams>> $ziarsy. :liaSesCht: stmas ,rear Say's:: pace on Dec 22. ':Anne 1 ilZce. Tice { acecast's C{ ad aHem r551J c.BAHIt1, S iq<
Va) 73amH and ite. acid lifts.\I Bobbie Bishop: v>l 3acksDnviie [:There wu tvo tar ruining: pft&er Siii Reynolds was home tot a ) year Eve Party at fife Clubwitti ; r TV C ..t esJxst1on onto ao oat aa.s .

f f. F. Ware of St. Petersburg were [:spent this week wits, the Hayes. way' and the folks could cat CK- :Cent days witi iris J>iU1h.. aDD 'house games and Jan for . .. . ." "rrrl

the Christmas guests of Mrs. l I ifr. and Jllrs. Aubrey Hazen and |:plain the accident. Fortunately

Eeulah Harrell and family. ['sons spent Friday in Gainesville |'there was no one hurt, but the

The H. S. Andersons spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. G. trailer full of furniture was

In Sanford. Bryant.N. scattered around.

The Albertus Millers were the G. Hayes Jr. and Merna Hall, The Higdons, Bud Hams, and

dinner guests of the Bighams and Mrs. Hayes Sr. visited Mrs.R. Bessie Strickland went to Jack-

A. Bethea in Jacksonville Sun- sonville Dec. 21 on business.

day.Mrs. Our McNess dealers, :Ir. and I
E. M. Hazen has returned
Mrs. ,
1'1& Parry called on us Tuesdayof t
from a five weeks trip to' Ocala, last week.
They said they
WWqOS Wildwood and Orlando, where
[found everyone at home this time
[she has been visiting her children.
but did not
expect to. They .1.1x
Mr. and Mrs. Alph Hazen of H
thought everyone would be Christ-
I Orlando visited the Aubrey Hazens .
mas .
GMJ66LIQUID shopping. Maybe we all ,
Christmas. wanted the nice calendars we re 'c
Mr. and Mrs. Siemer and chil- ceived. < X ) .

M tUUTVUMI tart UUV dren of Starke were the dinner

guests of Mr. and Mrs.. H. }f. Mrs. Parry said a good majority ,
of the folks at Penney Farmsare
Mott Sunday. s
sick with cold and flu. It ,
Milton Mott and Louise Van-
seems this is true in t
every com-
Vandt of West Palm Beach visited
munity. t
Milton's parents for the holidays. ,
Christmas guests of the Frank Arthur Hatcher and wife were

Mr. and Mrs. acting as Santa Claus last week
L. Tomlinsons were
v Roy Cowan and John and Jane of from Sunday to Thursday evening, :r ,
distributing >
St Petersburg, Mr. and Mrs. packages ,
to the needy in the I
Henry Turner and son, Hank, of county in behalf e
and Mrs. of the Lion's Club and the
Jacksonville, :Mr. Roy
Navy. Pete Brinson
Tomlinson and family, and Mr. was filling
this office for the Elk's Club.
and Mrs. O. F. Tomlinson of % ;
Starke. It is commendable for people to
I help those who .
cannot help them-
Mrs. Doris Kelley and children,
selves, and we know that there
Mrs. Vernon Overturf and daughter -
are a number of people who would
and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Parker -
not have received anything at
and Glenda were the Christmas s..
dinner guests of the V. V. Hazensof Christmas except for organizations .. .
like these. We feel the Lord in- :
Starke. <
Edwards spent Sun- spires and blesses people for remembering -
about this questionI Mrs. Lottie
day with Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Nor the needy.

thought we hit a flying man of Starke. John* and Betty Brombelow
sp nt the weekend with Dad and
saucer as we drove down the Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Gillespie

highway. Then I realized of Kentucky, who have beenvisiting Mom Strickland.
:Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lang and
the hood had blown the Reverend Stallingsand
car open
the weekend
family spent with
his family left for their homeMonday.
and against the windshield relatives at Clay Hill. This is the t a Ph .

the gas attendant had Rev. and Mrs. Stallings spentChristmas second Christmas that Joan has ,

failed to latch it. Do service with Rev. Alan Young spent with us in seven years. 4 OY .Z

stations carry liability in and family of Lake Butler. [Needless to say we were more ; < .. t' .a Y

surance to pay for damages than glad to have them spend the 5 '

( caused by their negligence? REGISTERoF I">'TK\TIO\' >AMD TO holidays with us, and we are sure _3c fhe

Notice is hereby given that the Walter's parents can say the s treat
undersigned, under the provisionsof ,same. Y .
Chapter 20,953. Laws of Florida, Earl, Gene and D. B. Lang,
of 1941, will register with theClerk .
of the Cirruit Court in and I also Frances Lang, Charles' wife, ; '
Charley for Bradford County, State of Florida spent the weekend with relativesin i A'M -
upon receipt of proof of publication of/he
Hill. Looks like
Clay homecoming -
of this notice the fictitious I season
name of 301 Star Motel under which for the Langs. ]
1 am engaged in business on I. S.
& Son AgencyPhone 301 north of Starke, Fla. Mrs. Frances Dosier, son Bobby
August Casvlato. Route 2, Bos''and daughter: Mary Frances, spent
54-A Starke, Fla., sole owner the weekend with friends at Clay .
Dated this 17th day of fi < ember
/ A.D.. 1854 at Starke. Cradford Hill. There's lots of
13 Starke. Fla, County, Florida. Marion Wilkerson and family, I ringing during the holidays,
I and: Jimmie Wilkerson spent the

.' ._ '. -_ n' .... ,-. _-_ -.- ._ ,-_'-:: weekend with their parents, Jack I for that's when folks like to visit. Better stock
and Dumpie Wilkinson. Mrs. Ben i up

Wilkinson also spent the weekend I i .lit ,

BANNER FOO STORE with Gertie them.Faircloth spent Christmas I'' 4 ')"our refrigerator with delicious Coca-Cola,

50 with her daughter and son-in-law, i

Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Padgett. I the favorite soft drink of all seasons.
C H. NASWORTHY, Owner. Starke, Fla. We were overjoyed to learn that 4g01iU
Ada Godwin was able to spend
236 E. CALL ST.
Christmas with the Sidney Harris'! Better hurry, too. New Year's is coming.. .
Order |family. Other relatives were pres- j i t
ent too, but we are so glad that
SUGAR Lbs Ada is up and can enjoy a day out 1 I
5 9C of her own home. I

We are also glad to announce'':

that Albert Smith is showing !
Carton 4 fC Corned some improvement from his accident -' :, '
I short time
BEEF a ago. Part of |
u the cast has been removed from Limit One
his leg, but he cannot walk with- j

'" Can3fC out help. s
COCA COLA / Our Sunday School Superintend- :'

I lent and family were absent from IW
t Sunday School due to the illness' / 4 :

of his baby. We hope all are

well next Sunday, and all can at- I / .
MJ LETTUCE tend services with us again. ;, 4/
I a
Rev. H. F. Higdon and family
started to Chattanooga, Tenn., 1&foe4cP1r11iz
HeadCHEESE Sunday night after services to -

3 Fe.35C 1 DCI spend a few days with his father, _

S. R. Higdon. They plan to be fhe, lIoa' t

home and at church for

prayer meeting Thursday nightWe
Lh had our Christmas programat
E 39C
I church Thursday evening of

last week. Some of the children ";

were out due to illness, and they Get ,. i
T-BONE or SIRLOIN could not give the full program.We a carton or case of Coke

(Western) Lb are up to 100 enrollment in
STEAK 44C Sunday School We are promiseda have plenty on hand .-,-, ice cold,

special duet next week, so all
;1 who want to hear this song betterbe

present We had two new members .to'U VHfrlt AUTHOIIIY Of 1HI COCAlCOtA COMPANY IT
' 1 2Lfes.O/eo\Wf/i who joined us last Sunday,
but our attendance was low. We : BOTTLING COMPANY1

$5.00 MEAT ORDER had 59 present counting seven

visitors, but 37 out of the 59 were 1s OR', 'ttrt4Ir lt.6or\,"
100 per cent members. "-T C ilCM COCA.cOU-ccwARI.: ,
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huh 'IIUt1IW Pupils r Mary Ives Tells KeystoneVomen Christian Church

rJ- : Give Annual RecitalThe II I Of EngagementTo Sponsor Open House Ladies Meet TuesdayThe
; \
Ii : lilt piano students of Miss Barney McRae Jr.
I I The Woman's Club of Keystone I Ladies Council of the First
Louise Stern were presented in !
Heights is sponsoring a New Christian Church will have then-

MissAnna iii: their annual Christmas recital last 1 1 Year's Eve open house beginningat !regular monthly program and business -

Monday and Tuesday evenings at 10 o'clock Dec. 31 in the club I meeting in the church sanctuary -
the home of their teacher. The I house. The chairman 7:30)
j at
Mrs. E. W. Tuesday p.m.

Gladys-- Mooty ILi1i I JitIh It house was decorated in the Christmas 1 I Dyer and her committee, Mrs. j; Mrs. L. J. Kite Jr., leader of
theme and tree
a lighted stood
; .; I Southerland Mrs. C. H.llaberstroh circle 1 will have the program
Phone 35sppssflstsss.ssssss 1
by the piano. After the recital
t Mrs. Anna j
;I Ramos .; James Mrs. W. L. Andrews. president.
ss5Jrs srrssppflssssssrsSssS L
refreshments were served in the I Mrs.
Dorothy Baxter
1 1I 1I I are arranging will preside over the business meet-
dining oom. The table was overlaid J 1I an old-fashioned box .
OES Offic'rsVere Wattersons Entertain \ I social.C
i. with a dark green Christmas unes, stunts, music, and a ing.All
WedsPete gen-
Installed TuesdayAt I 20 Christmas GuestsMr. I ; tablecloth and in the center of the ral good get-acquainted time is members are asked to attend.

table stood a real gingerbread planned for everyone. Everyoneis I
Masonic i .
Temple and Mrs. M. L. Watteraon house on a bed of snow. Pouring mvited to come with a box lunch Methodist Circles

entertained at a Christmas dinner punch during the two evenings i and enjoy an "old time hoe-down" ,
*lected and of- .
Newly appointed
last Sunday with 20 relatives en- were Mrs. H. O. Bates and Mrs. seemg in the New Year. I The Methodist W. S. C. S. circles

ficers of Starke Chapter 224 Orderof joyig the occasion with them. Felos/ M. W. Lance. I' Last week's issue of the Tele- 1 will hold their monthly meetingsnext
the Eastern Star were installed .
Among the guests were their I, The following pupils appeared: I I graph was in error in reportingthe week as follows:
December 28 in the Chapter (
on children, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Rose Marie Starling,. Sue Deas, i profits of the recent Woman's'Club Circle 1, Mrs. L. D. Vining
Room in the Masonic Temple. Installing '
Watterson of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Geraldine Griffis, Terry Duke, Viki bazaar and dinner. The net 1 leader, will meet Tuesday morningat
officers Verna Brice
were Archie Eiland of Homosassa, Mr. Struth, Bobby Simmons, Gayle I |profit totaled $241.47. With this : 10 o'clock at the home of Mrs.
Past Grand Matron, Vincent
and Mrs. Donald McMahone and Edwards, Kathy Struth, Freeman i money and an additional $30 which Carl Johns.
Brice, Past Grand Patron of the
son. Donnie. Register, Suzanne Judd, Buster I I I : r- I had been earned in special ways Circle 2ill meet with the
Grand Chapter of Florida, Marjorie -
Driggers, Grand Adah, Cleo Other relatives were: Mr. and Miss Anna Ramos, daughter of crown illumined with sequins and Partin, Mary Ann Long, Brenda !, 1 by a few members of the club leader, Mrs. L. D. Green Monday

Harley, Grand Instructor of Dis- Mrs. K. B. Watterson, Mr. and Mrs. Evangelos D. Ramos and the pearls. Lewis. Perman Roberts.. Barbara:1 and which had been put into a afternoon at 3 o'clock in the educa-

Mrs. L. L. Bedenbaugh and sister Blankenship, Marilyn Hernwall. special roof fund $300 was votedby tional
trict 8, Mary Laura Johnson, Past late Mr. Ramos and Dr. Pete G. Miss Mary Ramos served as her Mr and Mrs Norman ParshleyIves building.

Grand Marshal, Ima Williams, act Ruby Bedenbaugh Mr. and Mrs.F. Felos, son of Mrs. Gus Felos and sister's maid of honor and only Linda Kay Sale, Betty Ann Simmons -I of Lake City announce the the members at the business Circle 3, Mrs. J. W. Andrews.

ing as Grand Organist, and Ver- W. Bedenbaugh, and Mrs. Zelma the late Mr. Felos, were united in : attendant. She wore a petal pink Bill Green, Kay Hart, Bob I engagement and approaching mar- meeting on Dec. 28 to be paid on leader, will meet with Mrs. W. H.
Baker of Palatka. Smith, Carolyn Vickers, Mary .i the roof indebtedness. Therefore,
taffeta floor Foldsof Nollman W. Madison street
7:30 length on
mont Novotny, acting as Grand marriage on Dec. 23 at : p.m. gown. I riage cf their daughter Mary I
Chaplain.The Friends and relatives calling dur- in the St. John The Divine Greek taffeta outlined the strapless Wainwright, Barbara Bates, Carol I Virginia to Barney English Mc a total of $700 has been paid on Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock.

retiring officers presentedthe ing the day were: Mr. and Mrs. Orthodox Church in Jacksonville.Rev. bodice designed with a halter neck- Ann Pickett, Sandra Carmichael, Rae Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Bar- the roof fund, leaving a balance

retiring Worthy Matron with a Owen Bryant and son of Waldo E. B. Papazises officiated at line covered with a fischu stole Barbara Matchett, Babs Lance. ney McRae Sr. of Starke. due of $200. Singing ConventionThe

gift after which Mrs. Miller sang"Hoxniig" Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hardeen and the ceremony.The and highlighted with pink pearls Gail Duke, and Nancy Bates. The beautiful posters made for

As the incoming Wor- Ola Hardeen of Jacksonville.Mr. bride was given in marriage and rhinestones. The voluminousskirt The wedding will be solemnizedon the bazaar: the bloodmobile signs, Bradford-Union singing convention -

thy Matron, Gladys Odom, stood at and Mrs. Ray Williams of by her uncle, George Kopelousos, featured a wide side drape. Methodist Youth Saturday, Jan. 1, at 5 p.m. in and all future artistic notices are will meet Sunday Jan. 2.

the altar after her installation, Penney Farms; Mr. and Mrs. W. and Jerry G. Felos, brother of the' Mrs. Ramos, mother of the' bride, I the First Methodist Church of the handiwork of the club's art at 2 p.m. in Bethel Baptist Church
Choir Has ProgramThe Lake City. A reception will be Mrs. K. Schaefferand
Mrs. Miller sang "The Lord's A. Keene of Mt. Dora;; Mr. and groom, served as best man. Ushers wore a waltz length gown in star- I editor, Mary about two miles east of Starke

Prayer". Mrs. Wilbur Keene and children, were John and Gus Kopelousos.The light blue delustered satin. Match- held immediately following the the membership is deeply and south of the new Blanding

Installed for the coming year Dan, Carolyn Ann and Paulette, lovely bride chose for her ing lace trimmed the bodice of the sented Methodist Youth Choir pre- ceremony at Wesley Hall. grateful to her. road. Everyone interested is invited -

were: Worthy Matron, Gladys of Jacksonville; Mr. F. L. Dean of wedding a traditional gown in gown which was crowned with a "Christmas a candlelight In musical program No invitations are being sent, At the next executive meetingon to attend.Christian .

Odom; Worthy Patron, Dan Harley Clearwater; Dr. and Mrs. W. E. candle light antique silk taffeta. fitted jacket. She wore a match- at the Song" Sunday but all friends and relatives of the Jan. 4 plans will be made fora

Associate Matron Edna Pre- Middleton, Mrs. Calvin Ward, Mrs. The delicately molded bodice featured ing hat and navy accessories.The hour.evening regular worship couple are cordially invited to at- dinner, at which time a special Church

vatt; Associate Patron, J. L. Lucille Lovell and Dan and Mar- ; a Bateau neckline and long church was decorated for tend both the wedding and recep- speaker will be discussed. The

Gentry; Secretary, Cleo Harley; guerite Ann, all of Starke. tapered sleeves ended in lily pointsat the wedding with candelabra and Twenty from the Young People's tion. plans will be presented to the Deacons Meet Sunday
palms. Miss Angie Papazises, group composed this choir with membership at the regular busi-
Treasurer, Irma Buford; Con- Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Fredrickand the wrist.
ductress, Helen Glasgow; Associate son of Birmingham, Ala., and The princess lines of the gown, organist, played appropriate nuptial :Misses Jackie Hobbs, Barbara R. U. Parmenter ness meeting on Jat}. 11 for final I Men of the Deacon Board of the

Conductress, Sara McDonald, Palatka. which was adorned with appliqued music. Lance and Bobbe Bastedo of Key- planning. Christian Church will meet for a

Chaplain, Vermont Novotny; Marshal Alencon lace.flowers studded with Following a dinner for the relatives stone Heights as soloists. The Family Has ReunionMembers Ester- 'board meeting right after Sunday

Louise Kite; Organist, Mae i pearls, drifted gracefully into wide I II the couple left for a brief choir has as its director and organ- YOU'LL LOVE the new la services at 11 a.m.
ist, Mrs. of the R. U. brook purse-size pens
Lloyd Green. Parmenter
Green; Adah; Henrietta Hunt; nylon net and trimmed with rib- :gored; skirt which fell to the floorin wedding trip. The bride traveledin at Bradford All men of the Deacon Board t

Ruth, Ruth Mitchell; Esther, Sue bon and a small bell. I graceful folds and swept lavishly a powder blue costume suit. Following the service, a recep- family held their first family get- I'' pastel shades. Only $2.58 i i are urged to be present.ALVAREZ' .
together in five on Christ- County
Thomas; Martha Eva Gentry; Guests were presented from into the wide cathedral train. The couple will be at home after tion for the choir membeu and years I IIIiI

Electa, Evelyn Wise; Warder, Ruby Gainesville, Waldo, Lake Butler, Her veil of sheerest illusion was Jan. 1 in Starke where Dr. Felos their parents and dates, was heldin mas Day at the home of Mr. and -

Hayes; Sentinel Joe Sistrunk. Green Cove Springs, Deland, and attached to a matching lace full has his medical practice. the reception building with Mrs. Mrs. Parmenter in the Heilbronn I Men's Clothing III

After the installation Grand Adah Micanopy. Mr. and Mrs. Reese -- I Green, Mrs. T. H. Slade, Mrs. H. section. i STORE Established 189 II

Marjorie Driggers presented eachof Christenberry of Deland presentedthe M. Richarde, Mrs. 'TitusOlson, Those present to enjoy the day I m

the Star Points with an apronin new Worthy Matron with a Mrs. Bertha Pearce and Miss Sara were Mr. and Mrs. Newn Burneyand

the appropriate color made of gavel Barefoot assisting in serving. daughter, Ruth; Mr. and Mrs. i g g ggi ji gBgBaMJ maBMaMMfci'*""" "

Bill Hutchinson and son, Bobby:

C.L Harris Entertains Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Parmenter and WINKLER( ELECTRIC SERVICE I

I children, Vernon, Janet, Ruth, and
Sell It Rent ft Trade IIWIlli
,Theatre Employees Danny, all of Starke; Mr. and Mrs Get Set For the Better Fall
the Hospital to the
According to Maternity Says only objection
Claude Rowe of and
Lawtey; Mr. Programs Now Coming on reJllf'NeRADIO'
report this week, Santa Claus luscious layout is that the modern. i Ira Harris
manager managerof Mrs. Clarence Amy and daughters.
% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED and the Stork had a neck to Istic stove whisks away all fumes the Florida Theatre, was host Barbara Sue and Wanda, of Jack-

I neck race into Starke ChristmasEve and he can't even smell his bacon to his employees at barbecuefish
a sonville; Mr. and Mrs. Pete Mathis \
Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place and Christmas day the J. J. and eggs cookin' in the morning dinner at Jesse Newman's and children, Eddie, Glenda,

I, Lambs had a daughter born Dec. Makes it just twice as hard home last week.
20 WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTION - 50c Sandra, and Randy, of Miami; Mr.
24th and the J. P. Caseys and to get up, says he! Piney and Mr.
EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2e and Mrs. Jim Ritch were and Mrs. S. C. Harley and son, AND

DISCOUNT OF IS PER CENT ON TWO OR MORE IX8ERT10.V8 Ralph Wises each had a son born Clifton Brown also held open houseto also guests at the barbecue.Women's St;. Clair; and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
Dec. 25th. and Congrats too, fa.mily{ and a few friends in Gaskins '
and daughter of Heil TELEVISIOII17inch
:m. ADDITIONAL FOR BLIAD ADS OR ADS SOT PAID I.V ADVANCE to Billy and Pat Jackson who I I their attractive new home on St. bronn.

presented three sons with a baby Clair, Christmas afternoon -. Club Board 1 .

UEMORLiSIS, CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Line sister on Dec. 27th. One of the most amusing storiesto Will Meet ThursdayThe Sales

(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE) Got a big bounce out of hearingMa come out of the holidays, methinks Eastern Star Plans

Perkins, Leila Mundy, J. D. is the one Doc Covingtontells executive board of the Monday MeetingThe TVMahogany I 17fl I J.1 flC and Service

Doyle and Mr. Starling of Lawteyon on Tom Slade During the Starke Woman's Club will hold ____ __ ___.1.t r.r J224 -' '-
SKK THIS GREAT! DISPLAY OP GO ACRES improved pasture 130 the Tom Moore True or False that the their monthly FUrida
AZALEAS bearing pecan tr es. I dwellings, pre-Christmas party meeting Thursday, Order of the Eastern Star Ave. PHONE 166 Starke,
aU size.tzek numerous out buildings, water radio program Christmas night and,Slades gave for company employeesof Jan. 6, at 3 p.m. in the club will meet Monday night, Jan. 3, I N. Temple
i SU $1M D.NIAIM supply plentiful with auto. elec. the wonderful publicity that Starke' Slade Gas Co. at the Steer lounge. at 8 o'clock in the Masonic Temple.
S5c, Me. 'J'eo 9UM. $1.50. t2.GO pumps. JIS.OOO. Write C. LeUch.
Kaek u4 CpBBVBDBRB : H. 2, Box 61, Stark (Bradford Co.) got on the national network Room in Jacksonville, they got a -ITO I
AZALEA tfchg Tom' was quite floored with Leila frantic phone call from home 5-
UBe Earle CoUloa LET J. D. ODOM. Jtt.HASDLB being thrilled over her Christmasgift Seems that the Slade gas tank at
P. O. 'B.( 188. EatltUH. P1*. YOn of an electric blanket their home on Kingsley Lake sud-

tt CATTLE- SALES AND-HOGS Leila being a native of Florida, denly ran empty at this critical

RADIOS REPAIRED U... Oak Kaek We4 **4ayGalBonrllle yet. time and the phone call was from

AD Make. All ...4SMKe.se.bI. Kaefc Prldar tf Quite a few moving out to the the children saying they were

ebrge. panatm .new subdivisions this week "freezing to death" You can OUR'READERS AND ADVERTISERS '

$'W.CHAS.Call It.C. UKPHRRDW. arke ... ,FOR SALE house-,M 1 acre mile farm North with of Law-modern :Mary Dally and two daughters imagine the merriment this news -

tey on U. S. 301, within mile of moved to Pinehaven from the Kin- occasioned when loudly announcedat

Humphreys New Highland Plant. II caid apartment on N. Walnut the height of the party .
See owner W. 1C. Strickland tfchg .
Electric Motors street, Tony and Mae Gonzalez Not thathe children were "freez- OUR DEEP APPRECIATION

FOR RENT-Three rooms cicely from the Bullington Apt. on CherrySt. ing", of course but the fact

REWOUND AND Therm furnished heater.electric Middle kitchen.age Duo-ladyor ., and the Wm. M. Smiths; and that Tom had let his own gas I .

SERVICEDSmall couple only. Also Apt. No. 1, into Saratoga Heights are the M. run out! Our 75th
three rooms nicely furnished. For the part have played In making 1954 --
M. Smiths from the D. E. Knight you
Repair space heater, electric kitchen. Well, I hope that you have recovered -
Appliance Adults only. Mrs. L. M. Clark. house on Center St., and the X. M..
from Christmas sufficentlyto
General Machine WorkS Take It U left now road being at paved.Call St.Descent bridge Smiths from one of the Thomas be able to enjoy a happy New Anniversary Year -- the biggest and best since The Tele- .

Road 1 mile to my sign. Rt. 1, houses on N. Walnut street 'Year's Eve As for me .
Box 2-C. tfchg Ben and Lucille :Mizell and daughter 1
home with few
Guaranteed Think I'll stay a
All Work Martha Ann are moving backto old broken resolutions graph was established in 1879.

Reasonable RateS LARGE HOME FOR SALE Starke from Jax on Saturdayand
CHEAP So long See you in the
will occupy the house they I
next .
NICE SEVEN ROOM HOUSE ON formerly occupied next to Lucille's ''
RED SEAL STREET IN HEART OF parents the A. L. Alvarez's on I

TOWN OF STARKE. FOR SALE Center street .
ELECTRIC & MACHINE GUMBER-8 Gt'LF STATION. Hear that Doyle Conner got JuniorVomen \Vill

SHOP NORTH OF STARKE. HIGHWAY thrown from a horse Sunday andis Meet Monday NightThe

301 JAX HIGHWAY. tfchg nursing a sore-back. Mike \.

F. W. 'GR.JDOSOwner. Chitty, 7, underwent an emergency Junior Woman's Club will
Manager STOXK:: STATE BANK. KEYSTONE appendectomy in the Alachua meet Monday evening at 8 o'clockin .
HEIGHTS, FLA., MEM- Hospital on Dec. 20 and was able the club house. ,
106 Washington St.-Phone 397 HER KDIO.! tc return home Christmas Eve I4ir : .
Starke. Fla.ronsa.UNew Mrs. Robert Firth, citizenship
FOR SALE-Do you want my darl- JoAnn Smith and Flora Slade are
L ing pony and addle fur $% 0.She's chairman, has planned an inter-
attending a twirling clinic in Or-
8 x' 8 x IS Con-
just wonderful and will
soon esting
iSc. Cement $1.40 per lando .
crete block foal by a registered Shetland. I'm this week
b&8'. Mortar Mix $1.25 per bag. going away and can't take her Olivia Goodman entertained 15 Hostesses for the evening will
Bradford Englnerlng Co.. phone with me. Mabel Boyer. Rt. 16Ralford chairman Mrs.
be. Mrs. Jim Ritch, ,
U Starke. tr Rd. Starke. Itchg .of her little friends at a party
:Dec. 20th in celebration of her 8th Edgar Cottle, Miss Lillian Stump, ,
FOR RENT-Unfurnished house. In- FOR SALE-Registered Angus Bull
and Miss Doris Stewart.
quire at bus SiP Uon. tf Reasonably priced J. B. White birthday Peggy and Robbie r
Highway 16. Starke. ZIp 1S/S Shaller gave a buffet supper

WANTED tracts of TO timber HUT-or Small timber or large land. FOR SALE-36 foot House Trailer. Christmas party Sunday eveningfor UDC Chapter Plans I rI

Francis H. Clifton. Fhone 1J20, fully furnished. B.>bby Carl 12 guests and Peggy also gavea \

HOS North Blvd., Pland.dtp FU.1/14 White Starke., Atlantic Service 2tp Station 12/3 birthday party Wednesday eve- \Vednesday- MeetingThe .

ning in celebration of Robbie's anniversary ,
-- W. T. Week's chapter, ;
FOIl SALK Mike Gilhooly hada 1
Eatlre Wrd cm Ml*. approl. 70 A. J. Thomas Starke Fla. ILD.C.. will (hold Ube4r January lit fj
I birthday on Dec. 29 and Mary I
brad (kalf of fhrm whit* r.c-e- meeting at the home of Mrs. L. G. ..... !:
('e"..>HMfrm. CaHr. RecUterrd HAS Ann Dally celebrated her 9hi: _
kelfrr kail. Good condition. Powell Wednesday. Jan. 5, at 31
FOR birthday on Wednesday with a
$50 he Graham. Fla. theatre party for seven of her .

WISH TO UUY industrial land close lit S.Y St.r.Saratoga..... Showing llrtukt furaUaedmodel Home allday little at friends Mary's, house with on refreshmentslater N. Walnut I and Yours For A and Prosperous
to Starke with or without buildings Thursday afternoon i _ui.U Best Wishes To You Happy
; also Income property. Address Saturday and Saniiay after street I i
full details to: C.W.P., Box: noon. Will al... be khonn any ,
'SIJ-15. Starke. Fla. lOtp 3/4 day or hour upon rr<|Bi>t. \\BT Looks as it it must have been :
aot own a nice modern home la Christmas instead I
a pink of a COLONIAL
a dlKBiflrd. quirt .... beautiful
WANTED: Ambitious man to service sectIon .( Market VA and FHAfinancial white Christmas for most of the 1955 I
customer in rural Bradford ,
with nationally advertised ? atallable. Hay ).ur !young men about town They
koiue now and pay ukilrU 11IDJ
Watkins products. 11.50 to $3 an ,,were all blossoming out in pink 1
hour possible. It like rent. I shirts the day after Christmas _'
to start. Car or light truck need Other bargains la rral estate i
ed. Start immediately. Write the both farm. homes and Innt- and one, Tpmmy Slade, even FROM THE FORCE .
J. It. Watkins Company. '59 WestPeachtree
St.l.. E., Atlanta, Ga meat pro..rtletioBefore buying see sported a pink sweater Now
Jtchff 1/14 that pink has received the male
Fur thrte and other bargainsSEE stamp of the For All Occasion "
approval, girls
LOST-Dark, green Jacket with fur are
collar belonging to Barry Smith really making up for lost time I PHONE 218 Bradford County Telegraph"
was placed In wrong car at school
They've been
Friday, IWc 17. Itp A. J. THOMASREALTOR yearning to buy theirmen .
folks colorful clothes for years'and !

WANTED-Maid full time. Apply El now they're reveling in an / iAI I t;

Uancho Motel. Itchg W4 Temple Ave., Florida TUaa.B* 214Starke orgy of pink and don't think \ .

FOR SALE 50' 1: 140' lot & unfinlsh- they aren't having a grand time
75th Issues I
house on Hiway U. House IS x I: doing it P.S.-We still have on hand a limited number of our big Anniversary ,for .
20 with front and back porch and FOR SALE-.t ft. Plywood Eat DISH GARDENS .
rarport. Located 2 blocks from Marine finish, complete copper And speaking of pink Virginia
KIngsley Lake. Sacrifice all for line wells tool box. false floor, and Junius Smith even had '
$400. Inquire Francis Gulf Service decked over front. We also have POTTED PLANTS those who would like to lay an extra copy aside for the enjoyment :
Station, Old Road. KIngsley Lake. several used motors. Inquire at pink Christmas tree to go with
Itp Farm. Home and Auto Supply the pink gray, and white modernistic POT1'ERYFloreers
_10th and Cherry Sts. 14FOR
Itch* I
decor of their attractive new of future generations.
NEW FIVE ROOM block house, bath. .
carport and nice yard. For rent RENT-Two bedroom furnished home on St Clair street They WiredAnywhere i
$50 per month. Sanderson Lane. house. Couple or couple and in held open house Christmas Eve .
MM. D. E. Knight phone 137. itc fant. Available Jan. 1. Gladys 'V. ,
Harrington. up night and friends noted that the

FOR SALE-1S47 Ford, new tires, FOR RENT: -Large unfurnished clever decorator (Elizabeth Dell

and new boil transmission Sacrifice new for cash.radiator See town.house about three miles from of Gainesville) hadn't overlookeda Nona St. Starke \

Kiton Jordan at Starke Builders furnished vAlso an unfurnished and thing even to a blush-pink

Vuppllei, lip Madison. apartment. SOI trct.West refrigerator and miser .,. Juniut -( .,
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7954 Proves Tragic Year On Highways With 12 Local Traffic Deaths shadow-proof equipped with standard windshield cab; with with 10f the before Clerk the-of -the Circuit--- Court -on

. travel hour; front speed tires UPo 750x20 55 miles per, 31 day of January. 1955.; ;;
-- ; rear tires otherwise
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: : : :'j.'.. ". .". Tf'L: $00x20: ; four whefl hydraulic brakeswith 'omplaint will bi take as ir con said
cP&6dtat5 : ? emergency fessed by yon
< S-Equeegee I .
replacable This notice shall t
: rubber ,
q) :" edging carried on puce each week for four -
<()n ecu-
an endless
steel chain with 11-in lye weeks in the Bradford !
.......> expansion: on. pick-up broom size I Telegraph. County I
it-in. by 36-in. ,
one gutter broom I Hated this 2; da) of Dei-ember.
42-in.; with weight npt less than 1954
9400-lbs.. also one broom t
., machine. A Darby
,. Delivery date
/ is
S. required. Clerk of '.
I the Cinuit urt
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4I ; right By Marian L rosb> Peputx Olerk
/ to accept or reject any or all bsd.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Vickers and I I Mr. and Mrs. Steve Simmons, 4 : CITY O}' STAnKE.I ;: ': 1; I ;:I

family spent Christmas day in Jerome Johns, and :Miss Jane By Carl Johns. City c'kik -- -- '
'& < 12/31 ," / ,
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of I - -
Folkston, Ga. with relatives. Snow Gainesville are spending ._ -
Wednesday to Sunday in Miami NOTICE -- --
Miss Sylvia Paulk entertained ,They will attend the Orange Bowl j % : !. Circa 11 Court, Bradford Co..t>. [
I Florida
: I IB Clla. r). f!
at. a small party Tuesday evening game on New Years Day. i Henry 1.. Maree, rtaintiff \'*. Iiuiu i

honoring her cousin, Jean Paulk .. t I M-irre. Defendant STARKE FL-:.
Willachoochee, Ga. who is Mr. and Mrs. Milton St Peter r Notice To Appear. Case No. 10-MO
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\ Sylvia's house guest this week. and son, Bob, and Miss I ..- 4I To Laura Maree. whose residence '

Enjoying the affair with Sylvia Holland of Gainesville were Tues Beryl > \'jS-nd:nut-. Elizabeth address ,il'New: 567 Jersey Madison c/o A\e-Mrs. Fri Sat. Dec 31 Jan 1

and Jean were Judy Dankel. Pat day evening dinner guests of Mr. z Antonio Jose. j Double Feaf'ire

I Hobbs and Elissa Stefanelli. and Mrs. Harry Mooty.Dr. L L \ 44 : .nit IOU Divorce for are hereby notified :hat i I j Casanova's Big Night

Stans- and Mrs. P. M. -..- b > naa been filed against ;you In th. i With Bob Hope and Joan Fonfai.iefj
Mr Mrs. .
and George Boyd of t : I above named Court and cause ant
bury of Pensacola were Christ- Jacksonville and Mr. and :Mrs. W .- r .- \ ,you are required to serve a copy ol fj i -And-
B. Boyd of St. your answer or pleading to
mas holiday guests of Mr. Stans- Petersburg were complaint on the Plaintiff tb I The Lawless Rider
bury'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. ,Monday evening dinner guests of '' :. .d \ Attorney Gerald K Hart. 202," j
Mrs. W. I Smith BUIldIng..
E. Stansbury and sister, Mrs. Edna Nollman. .. I Ida. J-ii'k-onMile Flor i With Johnny CarpenterI

Prevatt i I land file the original In the office I I Serial "Batman"
; Chap. 11 and
Mr. .
and Mrs. L. F. Smith Sr. 1

had as holiday guests R. S.I I 4. Men and Women i! Comedy for Children
Airman 2-c and Mrs. Dolph .

Reddish of West Palm,Beach spent 'Bill Pearce of Brevard and twin, N.sons C.,, Tom Bob Smith and I Of This Area Are Sun.. Mon.. and Tues

the Christmas holidays with their Jan. 2, 3. 4
from the Marine :
Base New
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Car- N. I Welcomed At Marion Double
C., Lt. Wm. C. Smith of the Feature

penter and Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. I U. of F., and Mr. and Mrs. L. F.// ; Finance For Cash Let's Do It AgainJane

Reddish. II Smith, Jr. and son. Larrv. of i i nm_._ --' -_____ c;"""" 'O:,-'= :. ..... "," ,, .
I Gainesville. Mr. j I Families who are short i \Vyman and Ray MiiLuid
and Mrs. Smith The 1954 on Cash
I iI year was a tragic the
Mr. ;year on highways for
and Mrs. Bradford
[entertained at I David L. Reid ; to pay those overdue bills I
"open house" Sun-
day' County residents. Six traffic deaths W H. Nollman I -And-
} I day evening from five to Jacksonville spent Christmas I occurred in the county, and an- is in Asheville those bills that are a bit too
seven with Mrs. Reid's other six residents Here killed in accidents in I N C. on business for several days. CommandoDan
Mr. : high Sky
risP4 fJJcTAS! o'clock for the above and also Mr. parents, and nearby counties. Four can look to Marion Finance

and Mrs. Horace Foster Mrs. C. Mrs. D W. Carpenter.Mr. local residents v.vre among five killed in the accident pictured abon'j for aid Marion Finance in Durjea and Frances ii/foril
n I
q2I that last< Wesley King of Jacksonville will
V Ingleright and Mr. happened May near Kingsley Lake. Gainesville can either assist
and Mrs.
Jack Rech. and Mrs. L. K. Whiteheadand I I be the weekend guest of Jerome a PAYDAY LOAN for 30 d3'Sor by: Plus Color Comedy for {'lilIF"US'ed.

I children visited Mr. and Mrs. Edwards. a
Everett Whitehead in Winter Haven Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Gay of Lt. and Mrs. L. M. Francis and monthly Budget Loan with I \ ., Thur.-Jan. 5. (6 i
Mr and Mrs. Henry Stefanelliand Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. R. |children of Hillcrest, Md. Sue Ann payments to fit the pocketbook. !
I[ over the weekend.Mr. were Barnes of Kingsland, The interest Double' Featur
l family were overnight guests :'1. Gay of Columbia, S. C., were holida/ guests of Mrs. Francis' Ga. spent several days this week is small, for example

I I Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Sam and Mrs. Robbie Shaller hada holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry parents Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crews with Carolyn Vickers. : only $1.75.$50.00 for 30 days is 1' Devil In The Flesh
Caruso in Jacksonville. CONTACT MARION 'I
family reunion Christmas day. Gay. N of the State Farm. FINANCE BY MAIL I :Mirheline Prelle, Gerard Philtpei
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mrs. D. E. 446 i i i
Knight and Mrs. [or CALL I AndCaged
Mr. and Mrs. Victor COLLECT 5333 -
Berry and Mrs. Lee Fit::!} and Mrs. Marie Mrs. II. B. Gaines I
: Tilley and family of Starke, Mr. Trask of Lakeland is Alice Lambert spent Tuesday in ville] then
[sons, Steve and Keith, of Dillon come in and
pick the i
and :Mrs. Jim Brown Godwin and McGoon of Rush City, Minn will visiting her mother, Mrs. W. H. Jacksonville. MONEY Fury
; S. C. are spending two weeks with arrive up in one trip RE-
to Perkins
Sunday two
spend weeks
children of State during the holidays.
Farm and Mr. I
Mrs. MEMBER ITS Richard Penning and Sut-lU It)an
Plus Barry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. wfth CONFIDENTIAL
Mrs. Fitch's
I S. Sapp. and Mrs. Don Tilley and son of daughter Mrs. Misses Idell and Frances Lan- AT MARION FINANCE AT: Plus Comedy flj r ChildreniLS1

Darvin Byrd and the Jacksonville.Mr. Jewett Fogg and family.Mr. Christmas day guests of Mr. and Jrum spent Tuesday in Tallahassee GAINESVILLE for that $25.00 to

Folks & Girls Mrs. A. L. Crosby Sr. were Mr. visiting their mother. Mrs. Mer- $300.00. '
Home Boys Mrs. Henrietta Hunt spent and Mrs. P. D. Fancher Sr.
and Mrs. Jeff Paulk of Will- and Mrs. Lewis Gay of Jackson- ritt Williams.

AndShENANDOAH Christmas in Jacksonille with herson achoochee, Ga. were overnight spent Christmas with the junior ville, and Richard Crosby of .-

and family, Mr. and Mrs. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Fanchers at State Farm. Pompano Beach. Marvin Lawson is in St. Vin I i

VALLEY Franklin Hunt. She was accom- Dave Paulk and family. j ,I cents hospital, Jacksonville for TRI COUNTY
TRIO panied ,home by her grandson, I Carl Gray of Bat Cave, N. C.. I Mr. and Mrs. Eat! B. abservatien.
Fraiklin Jr., for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ensor of will arrive to spend the weekend had
as guests this week Mr. and
Jacksonville spent Christmas day I with Kaspar Duncan. Carl and Mrs. C. G. Perkins of Lake City Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Phillips and
Vied January 5 Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Heath of ''with Mrs. Bertha Pearce. Mrs. Kaspar will return
thejr\ studiesat and Mrs. E. C. Carter .and children son, Joe, of Jacksonville Beach WATCH NIGHT SERVICE
i Fort Lauderdale were holiday Pearce also had weekend guests, Emory University on Sunday. of Jacksonville. spent the Christmas 'holidays with

7:30 P.M. 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp. Mrs. Mary Lane of Jacksonvilleand Mr. Phillips' sister, Mrs. Loyree

Mrs. Emma Pinner is visitingher Mrs. Mary Beth Peacock and j Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell and Hartmann and family.Mr. .

daughter, Mrs. John. Fry in son, Ricky, of Orlando.Mr. 'daughter, Virginia, spent the Christmas dinner guests of :Mrs.
StarkeArmoryADMISSION Cleveland Tenn. W. H. Struth and :Miss Kate Struth HAMPTON BAPTIST
Christmas holidays with Mr. and and Mrs. Merritt Williamsand CHURCH
were: AIr and Mrs. W. G. Struth
and Mrs. H. H. and
Tyus Mrs. Roger Guissinger in Baton Mrs. W. L. Edwards Mrs. J. F. Rogers spent Christmas -
and Mrs.
Mr. and 1rs.V.. W. Sellers of 'daughter of Chattahoochee were Rouge, La. with Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Rogers -

Adult Children Burlington, N. C. and Mr. and Mrs. :weekend guests of Mr.'and Mrs. Mr.Leah and Bauknight Mrs. Don of Cornell Jacksonville Mas-; in Gainesville.Mrs. NEW YEAR'S EVE, FRI., DEC. 31

1.00 50c W. E. Sellers of Durham N. C. H. K. Tyus. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson of of
sallon Ohio Mr.
; and Mrs. W. W.
I were Monday luncheon guests of Brooker were weekend guests of Ewell Lawson, Jimmy
Page, Martin Page, and Merrill 8 P.M. TILL
An office 1955 desk
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crowson. necessity: Mr. and Mrs.
\ R. A. Colson. Lawson, and Cpl. and Mrs. Jerry
Lynn Page of Lake and Mr.
memo calendars. Bradford County City;
spent'Monday at Silver
t Telegraph. and Mrs. Merrill Struth and family
Miss Carolyn Abrams of Lake- of Starke. Springs.

Mrs. E. A. Edwards has been a land is the holiday guest of Mr. -j Featuring

patient in St. Vincent's hospital and Mrs. M. W. Cressler and fam Christmas holiday guests ofMrs.
Sgt and Mrs. Donald N. Harden-
for the week. ily. Nelson Green and Mrs. H. C.
past brook and son, Lee, of Fort Worth, '
Wimberly Mr. and Mrs.
were H.

IC3-c Robert Stefanelli of Nor- Miss Mamie Anderson and P. E. Texas visit will with arrive Mrs.this Hardenbrtok'smother weekend fora C. Wimberly, Jr. of Eagle Lake. DR. R. A. FORREST :.-

folk, Va. was home on a three- Stone of Archer were weekend Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cassels of *

DIXIE RESTAURANT day pass over the Christmas holidays visitors of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Mrs. Nelson Green. Washington, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. President ,
and Founder
Davis. The Davises W. M. Wimberly of and of Toccoa Fall Institute,
with his parents, Mr. and also had as 1955 Desk Calendars, $L8S to Mulberry Toccoa Falls

Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Paul $%.73. Bradford County Telegraph.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Edgar, Jr. of Ga. Oustanding Speaker and

Affiliated With Dixie Motel Etheredge of Jacksonville.Mr. Daytona Beach. Christian Educator

Charles E. Knight of Gainesville H. G. llerow of Tampa

visited relatives in Starke and Mrs. I. E. Clark had spent to Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long and
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Thursday Sunday with
Monda)'. as weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. her daughter, Mrs. MernJI Ed- sons, Tom and Dave, were in TWO THRILLING FILMS

Ulray Clark Baconton, Ga. over the weekend
and family of Belvedere wards and family.; .They all spent
Mrs. William }{. Thomson Jr. S. C, Kenneth Clark of Jacksonville ;Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jack

and' children of Montlcello and ', and :Misses Margueriteand !James Kinchen in Jacksonville, i son. "That They May Hear"
Mrs. J. W. Griffin of Ochlocknee, June Clark i
of Miami.
Ga. are holiday guests of their I Mrs. W. H. Hart and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. W. S. McAliley They 'Live'SPECIAL

Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump.Mr. attended the five o'clock wedding
THIS VICINITY parents Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Williams Kay, Mrs. John Christiansen and
Thomson and Mr. Griffin returned Tuesday afternoon of Miss June
Detroit, Mich. Mrs.
J. C.
were guests Tuesday Manning visited Mr. and
to their respective homes of last week Mr. Mrs. C. W. Conyers to Rev. Edwin F. Montgomery *
of and Mrs. Beasley in Gainesville MUSIC
'Food at the Best' Sunday while their families remained -I I. E. Clark. [Monday.. Jr. at the First Presbyterian -

:! here. Church in Gainesville. Miss

I Mr. and Mrs: J. T. Adkins of I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cantrell Conyers la the daughter, of Rev. Appropriate for ushering in the New Year

REASONABLE PRICESPHONE Gloria Bell of Jacksonville is 'Bainbridge, Ga. were weekend and children of Jacksonville were and Mrs. J. W. Conyers, execu-

visiting her cousin, Linda Was- guests of their daughter, Mrs. !Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. tive secretary of the Suwannee

din, this. week. James Hobbs and family.Mr. Robert Green. Presbytery.

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Studstill and and Mrs. Robert Barksdaleand Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall spent the Miss Nannie Graham of Max

daughter.. Cheryl, spent Dec. 19 family spent Christmas Eve weekend at Steinhatchee on a Meadows, Va. is visiting her sister -

and 20 in Blairsville, Ga. where at a family reunion in Hamptonat fishing trip. Mrs. Guy Andrews and Mr. CORDIALLY INVITEDNOTICE

they attended the wedding of their the home of Mrs. Barksdale's I:Andrews at Crystal Lake.

i nephew. Jimmy Williams of Green. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home. Mr. and: Mrs. J. E. Hardy and i ...
[I Cove Springs, to Betty Ann Kelly : children spent Christmas with Mr. :Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown ofi i
I(Ion Dec. 19. Cheryl was flower Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Faulk and .and L. W. Barry in Brooker and Pikesville, Ky. were recent guests, I party. of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Judd.
girl in the wedding
i children of Jacksonville ''Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. ,
I spent
j I j
Dedicated To Service Christmas Eve 'Deas in Haines City.
Community with Mr. and Mrs.!
Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and I
Movie Are Better Than Ever"If Maxie Carter Sr., and they all
family spent several days this weekin spent Christmas day with the Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beasley and daughter, Linda, are spending :

you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad Altamonte Springs with Mrs.B. junior Carters at Kingsley Lake. J family of Gainesville were Wednes- Wednesday to Sunday with Dr. I

cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS F. HaineS.Mr. (lay evening dinner guests of Mrs\ and Mrs. J. C. Nafel and family

.%\'. H. Hart. in Birmingham, Ala. They were I ,

Fri., Dec. 31 \ Sun., Mon. and Tues. I and Mrs. S. W. Haisteii spentM Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith and [accompanied by Mrs. Edna Hutchinson According to Sec. 7. Article 10, of Florida

MIDNIGHT SHOW I 3 BIG DAYSMUSICAL Sunday in Fort White visiting r. and Mrs. Bill Tilley attendedthe I Mrs. Charles Hardy Sr. and Mrs. who is visiting with her Constitution:

Miss Myrtle Porter. annual Christmas party for .W. H. Bryan and children of- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and

Arthur Locke of Portsmouth, civilian employees of the Q. C. S. i Gainesville were Monday guests of- Mrs. C. J. Kiger.J. I EVERY PERSON WHO HAS BEEN RECEIVING
Naval Air Base at the Roosevelt
Hotel in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy Jr. I HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION AND THOSE EXPECTING -

N. H. arrived Thursday to make last Thursday and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and F. Clardy and family Von- TO RECEIVE
brother and
his home with his families.
eWe, Jack and Bobby, of Zephy- I
sister-in-law, :Mr. and Mrs. Brad hills were weekend guests of Mr. TIME SHOULD WITHOUT FAIL, SIGN THE APPLICATION -
Locke. Arthur will enroll in the Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson Sr.of Miss Judy Griegs of Cordele, and Mrs. Carl Hunter. I ON OR BEFORE APRIL 1ST OF

SDWAY BHS 10th grade. St. Petersburg and their grandson G will be
BiG a. the guest of Tommy EACH YEAR WITH THE TAX ASSESSOR.
___'IIIIf: 'mNIld1U' Danny rcKiI 1ey.of Jacksonville -I and Joanne Slade the latter I
=_ __ partof Recent BirthThe
". m3 cTl.tT CCMESOAHClNGtO '
"' _"_. 1IOMoI Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and were Sunday guests of Mrs. the week. II
.... .III.D._tot.,_,... E family of Jacksonville are spending George Anderson. '
-. & pr.c ThEi Starke Maternity Hospital Everyone who has
i the holidays with the L. S. Nancy Dally bought or Sold
I recently returned
announces the following births:
Hutto family. Mr. and Mrs. Maxie Carter from an 18 months'
Sr. visit with herfather
; in I Mr. and Mrs. William
\ Thomas
Sat. Jan 1 ONLY were visiting Capt. and Mrs. C. B. W. P. Dally, in Germany Jackson Sr. property during the past year, should
Double Feature j Mrs. Ethel Pickren of Gainesville Starling at Doctor's Lake on Sun- of Starke, a daughter -

and Mr and Mrs. Cyril Pickrenwere [ Margaret Rebecca, Dec. 27. file
day. Mr. and Mrs. a return this in order
THE -, ca..PC Christmas holiday guests of' F. F. Patch of Mr. and Mrs. John Patrick Caseyof on to insure
Gastonia N.
were weekend I
wm Mr. and Mrs. Seebe/ Goodman. Starke, a son, James Alton,
I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cottman of I;guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch. [Dec. 2.Mr. the correct assessment.
| Mr and Mrs. L. D. Green have I Ocala were dinner guests of Mr. J and Mrs. J. J. Cowart of
Ie \ and Mrs. W. L. : Cpl. and Mrs. Jerry Lar-son
during returned Starke, a daughter
'as holiday guests, Mr. and Mrs. I Sherry Ann,
tw V the holidays. to their base Tuesday at 'Dec. 27. Returns Personal
II." Willard Pass and son, Gene, of Williamson on Property and Intangible
1Ea.UDI! I Ipj I ...erN Tallahassee and their granddaughters. Air Force Base in I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise of
stirring.ODQINES'Bum. Chandler
\ I Patsy, Linda, and Marjorie ,, Capt. F. M. (Buckshot) Wil. Ariz. after ten days visit Lawtey, a son, Donald Craig. Dec. Personal Property also
J I with Mr. are being taken.
.. ti9 F1ML COO KnlY 'iAHmmt Stevens of Jacksonville. liams, and their two Lawson's parents, Mr.
,'. 11II......"" "....u._1I Bobby, arrived I and Mrs.
WQW. .nuf I'I'l $I I Dec. 21 from j Joseph Lamb of
Mrs. C. D. Williams has returned, Stewart Air Base, Newburgh. N. Starke. a daughter, Sharon Jean-

-And- ilus Strauss Fantasy ClneScopeand home after a month's visit in I Y. to spend the hclidays with Capt and Mrs. H. A. Durden and I ette, Dec. 24. All The Above hie Due On or Before

I ipIMiaI and Latest News Miami. She was accompanied by]Williams' father, T. S. Williams children, Bruce and Frances, and I Mr. and Mrs. Walton C. Demons

I 1 Mrs D. J. Clark of Tampa and They will return around the first: Mr. and of Mrs. Pete Boras and children of Starke, a son, Allen Dale Dec. April 1st of Each YearFor

Wed..Thurs-Jan. 5.6jmTTIKCttAS Mrs. Alan Englander and childrenof I of the year. Jacksonville Beach were 26.

Clearwater forfi visit. Christmas day guests of Mrs. A. ;
J.IssMUaER A. Durden and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Manje of Mary Geiger.. the convenience of those who
JOAN CRAWFORD j Mr. and Mrs. :J. R. Kelly and I Hialeah CALL FOR BIDS! homestead
overnight Sealed
bids exemption
guests this in
Mr. will be received by the
\ and the
J. Tax
:,-,." family were in Lake Butler Christ. week of the Barrys. :M. Barnes and I the City Council of the City of Assessor will mail
; mas day as the guests of Mrs daughter, Mary Jon, of Kingsland, Starke at the City Hall in Starke, the application by Jan. :5.
1IIaIIII..D .,- :...."e' AW TAt Ga. were Florida, until 7:30 P.M. o'clock, on
...... .. .. Kelly's mother. Mrs. Allie Wednesday guests of Mr. [Tuesday,
-- --. -- Drig- Mrs. Mabel January 18, IS55. at which
.1 ......- .......'- e.a -II Boyer returned from and Mrs. J. M. Vickers 'time and place all bids
,..-.--.,.... -- gers. Biloxl, Miss. in time will be received
to spend opened and read aloud, on
! PluT-Llttle Boy Boo..J Cartoon :Plus! "Surf and Sound Cartoon Christmas with friends in the following: GENE LONGTAX
and Chap. 11 Serial Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch of Palm West Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and I One (1) Mobil Street Sweeper
and Latest New Beach and Ft Lauderdale. daughter with water tank of %00 gallon
capacity -
i Gainesville and Mrs. J. B. ASSESSOR
L were Sunday guests of! ,She was accompanied by her ; with trash-hopper not Jell BRADFORD COUNTYw
-- Mr and neph- Sapp visited relatives in Gainesville than 2 2/3
--- Mrs. P. D. Fancher Sr. e vr, J. C. cubic yards capacity;
I Boyer of Chkago. Sunday. sweeping path 7 ft., S in.; engine

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..yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyTYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYVYVTYVYYYTT f fTYYyyyyYVyyvvyvvyyyv Witness my hamd and official seal poration, Florida Railroad Companyof along Northerly boundary a distance ths (137.23) feet to a point of be- I i I teased by you.
at Starke, Florida, this December the State of Florida, The Ambler of twenty-five (25) feet to gmni g. Said Parcel C contain- :t IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
3 4, 1954. Lumber Company and The Atlantic point of beginning. From pointof ing one and eighty-eight hun ;I that this Order of Publication
-M; FARMER'S HIGHLANDBy (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs Lumber Company, Inc., the Atlantic beginning thus described con- dredths (l.SS) acres more or less. and Notice be forthwith published -
Clerk of Said Court. Suwannee River and Gulf Railway tinue South eighty-eight (88) degrees You and I once each week for four con-
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Company corporation: and the and thirty-six (36) minutes each of you are here secutive weeks in the Bradford
Samuel W. Getzen P. Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company East said by notified that a Bill of Complaint -
Y3' I O. Box SI along Northerly
DI A R Lacy NormanA..AA..AAAAAAAAA..A..A. j I Gainesville. Fla.. a corporation Virginia and boundary a distance of five hun- Court has been of filed in the Circuit County newspaper Telegraph.published a duly in qualified said-
their unknown dred eleven Bradford County,
Attys. for Plf. 12-10 4t 12/31 successors trustees and nine tenths
AL stockholders and other claimants (511.9) feet to the Westerly Florida in Chancery, by Stephen County.
-NOTICE by through"01''.under them; and to boundary of the right-of-way of E. Simmons and Ruth Irene Simmons -, WITNESS my hand and official
all other claiming Westmoreland Street his wife, as Plaintiffs and I seal at Starke, Bradford 'ounty.
Evelyn Norman of Jacksonville persons any ; run thence
Notice is hereby that
: The author wlfl be glad te receive II dersigned Margaret given R. McSwainhas un- right, title, lien or interest in or North zero (0) degrees and fifty against you and each of you as i Florida, this December 23rd.' 1954OFFICIAL .
spent the Christmas holidays here to the following described property minutes East along the said defendants; that the riture of I! ( SEAL) Charles A Darb-
: '*1tW' Items of Interest concernIng with relatives. Ron"sold Grocery and transferred and Market"the at"Don-Law- situate in Bradford County Florida, Westerly boundary of said right- said the suit is to quiet an nfirra |I Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
of farmers la to-wit: of-way a distance of six title of plaintiffs, S-, hen K. ford County, Florida.
activities hundred
VP., Florida H.
I Winfred Wilkerson of Jackson- tey to T. Bennett and Simmons and Ruth Irene Sim 12'24 4t 1/14

: i (I1t1; Bradford Coi ty. Suggestions may ville, our song and choir leader the Floyd said Bennett business who under will the carryon same Three the Southeast parcels Quarter of land (lying SE'4)! of In foity-four(644.3) feet and to the three Southerly tenths mona his lands wife, to the above described -

F't' beleftattheTelegraphofflceot led a group that sang Christmas name. Your continued patronage of the Southeast Quarter (SE 4) of boundary of the right-of-way of title; and you are as a fee simple
required to Guarantee Your
this business under its Section twenty-nine (%9), Town- the Seaboard Air Line Railroad; appear -
: ; mailed to Sam McGarvey Lawty, carols for the sick and shut-ins. ship will be appreciated.new owner- shinSiz (6) South Range Twen- run thence North eighty-eight swer and or pleadings serve a copy of your an- 9.95

: By Sam McGarvey Our Christmas program at the Margaret R. McSwain. ty-two (22) East in the City of (88) degrees and forty (40) minutes A. J. Thomas on Plaintiffs'attorney PICTURE TUBE
West Jr.
. . LAALA&AaAAAAAAAALLAAAkA4A. church was Wednesday evening.I I 12/24 4t 1-14 Starke.da. Said E'radford parcels hereinafter County Flori-referred boundary a along distance said of Southerly five hun- whose address is Starke, Florida.. 10 In. to 21 In. Per Tear
---------------- and to file
A.--------- There was a play given by BillPendarvis' NOTICE TO APPEAR to as Parcel A, Parcel B dren twenty-six and six tenths answer or pleadings the original of your Call 239 For Details
It was a great thrillto IB Circuit Court Bradford Couity. and Parcel C and being (52S.6) feet to a concrete monu- in the office
the shortage of grass sprinklers. junior class and more of the undersigned
What with presen- Florid t U Caue.ry.George particularly described as follows: m-nt, run thence South 0 degrees Clerk of Circuit CIIAS. C. SHEPHERD
for our poor hungry cows, we us to see water falling on the tations and songs by others. Pres- W. Allen, Plaintiff, vs. Dor- PARCEL A. Commence at the 30 minutes East and parallel to otherwise Court the on allegations January 24, 1J55; RADIO TThat' \' I

wood lot this week garden under our control, whenwe ents and candy were given out. othy Belle Allen, Defendant. Northwest Corner of said Southeast aforementioned Westerly bound- complaint will be taken of said
burned off our Case No. 10-S02 j, Quarter (SE" ) of Southeast ary a distance of six hundred as con-
how timeswe
wire grass. remembered many The Richard Sapps of Green > forty-three and six tenths .
for some new Notice To AppearTo Quarter (SEVi) for point of ref- (643.6) I 1
to try an ideal bum, for have planted in the past and Cove Springs spent Christmas : Mrs. Dorothy Bell Allen [ erence and run South eightyseven feet to a point of beginning. _
We got almost the seeds sprout and die be- with the Normans. whose residence and address is: 21 (&7) degrees and eighteen (IS) Said Parcel B containing seven Our Business
blanket of pine saw evening Lacey and sixty-eight
the minutes
it did consume Government Street. Klttery, Maine. East along the Northerly (7.68) G SS
needles and the old grass but did ''cause of a lack of moisture. We Our church and Sunday school,. You are hereby notified that a boundary thereof a distance of acres, more or less. If It's Glass We Have It! ,
Shortly are more optimistic about our attendance was only 56 on account for divorce twenty-five and four hundredths PARCEL C. For point of reference -
no damage to the trees. has been filed against you la the (25.04) feet to point of beginning. commence at the Southwest CALL WRITE or VISIT
had a pretty good chances of farming now than we of the flu.Edwin above named Court and cause and From point of beginning thus Corner of said Southeast Quart
afterward not be long have been in quite a while. Griffis of Ft. Bragg, N. you are required to serve a copy of described continue South eighty- er (SEI;;) of Southeast Quarter ,
shower, and it should your answer or pleading to the complaint seven degrees (87) degrees and (SE .) and run thence North Joe Peters Glass Co.
the woods will turn green S S S C., spent a few days here with on the Plaintiff Attorney eighteen (18) minutes East a zero (0) degrees and thirty ((10): I
before Katrinka the tractor was ailing, friends and relatives.Mr. Hon. Carlos E. Harper, 204 W. distance of ninety-two and six- minutes West along the Westerly i,
again. University Ave.. Gainesville, Fla. ty-four hundredths (92.64)) feet boundary thereof a distance of i FOR ANY GLASS NEED
so our good neighbor, "Herm"Hamilton : and Mrs. Lacey Norman and file the original In the office or to a concrete monument run eighteen (IS) feet to the North. ,
almost every time who is an expert in repairing and son, Larry visited :Mr. and the Clerk of the Circuit Court on thence South one (1) degree'andten erly boundary of a County Road; I p, W. Design Modern Store Fronts
Seems that or before the 24th day of January, (10) minutes East and parallel run thence South eighty-eight (SS !' A Just Mail Us A Pattern fur
have company during the winter tractors, took her apart Mrs. Dick Starling at Heilbronn 1955; otherwise the allegations of I to the Westerly boundary of degrees and thirty-six (36) minutes >
we turns off cold. and found the trouble in the Monday night. said Complaint will be taken as said Southeast Quarter (SE%) of East along said Northerly I Table Tops
the weather confessed by you. Southeast Quarter (SE%) a dis- boundary a distance of five hun-1 I
i This week an old friend, from hydraulic pump. We had it serv- :Mr. and Mrs. Dick Starling of This notice shall be publishedonce tance of six hundred four and dred eighty-six and nine tenth 1313 N.W. 4th PI Gainesville, Fla. Phone 2-4353

Charlie Barr, paidus 'iced by the tractor company. Laterin Heilbronn attended church here each week for foul consecutive one tenth (604.1) feet to a con- (5S6.9) feet to the Easterly loun-I
Yonkers, N. Y., weeks in the Bradford County Tele crete monument on the Northerly dary of the right-of-wa of :
a visit and instead of the almost the week, Ed installed it, and Sunday. graph. boundary of the Seaboard Air' Westmoreland Street for point f I I

weather we usually have, it now the old gal is better than Wilbur and Leonard Wilkinsonof Dated this 21st day of December Line Railroad; run thence North beginning. From point of beginning ;
ideal I 1954. eighty-eight (SS) degrees and thus described run North
got cold. Charlie showed us some ever. The hydraulic system would :Maxville attended church here (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby forty (40) minutes West along zero (0) degrees and fifty (50) I
slide films he took while in lift but would not lower; trouble Sunday. Other guests were Mr. I Clerk of the Circuit Court. said right-of-way boundary a minutes East along said Easterly I I
color Clerk.
3y Marian L. Crosby. Deputy distance of ninety-nine and seven boundary a distance of sir:
Guatemala, so We both enjoyed his was that the outlet valve was and Mrs. Edwin Knight of Jack- 12/21 4t 1/14 tenths (99.7) feet to a concrete I hundred forty-four and forty-

and learned something as clogged, and it worked fine afterit sonville. monument; run thence North zero eight hundredth (644.4S feet to -- -
visit was cleaned. In The Circuit Court Of Florida (0) degrees, and thirty (30) the Southerly boundary of the Safe PHONE !I
well Hazel Griffis was in Macclenny Eighth Judicial Circuit In ted minutes West and parallel to right-of-way of the Seaboard
S I aforementioned Westerly bound- Air Line Railroad OR S
on business Saturday.Mr. For Bradford County.In ; run thence Dependable
ary a distance of six hundred six South eighty-eight (SS)
Ed With the tractor working well Chancery.STEPHEN degrees LONGDISTANCE
This week Alice's brother, and Mrs. James Harvey and E. SIMMONS AND RUTH (60S feet to point of beginning. and forty (40) minutes Eat S EconomicalR. 311
Whitenack and his son, John, arrived again, and with the promise of the children of Green Cove Springswere IRENE SIMMONS, his wife, I Said Parcel A containing one and along said Southerly boundary a I

to spend the winter season ability to irrigate the garden at visiting the E. C. Harveys Paintiffs.s. acres thirty-three, more or hundredths less. (1.33) teen distance aid of forty-eight one hundred hundredths seven t B. Alvarez OR

with us, and our place will receivea will, we got into the kitchen gar- Christmas day. FLORIDA RAILROAD COMPANY I PARCEL 13. For point of refer (117.4S) feet to an iron stake; Agents For TRANSFER AND
beds for al. ence commence at the Southwest run thence South zero (0) degrees 250-J
den and re-made the a corporation et -
badly needed Mr. and :Mrs. Frank Youngstonand Defendants. Corner of said Southeast Quar- and fifty-five (:)5) minutes Delcher Bros. STORAGE CO.
because Ed and John farm up at planting. Set out a double row of son of Charlotte, N. C., spent OKDKR OF PI.DLIC.TJOS"tU ter (SE%) of Southeast Quarter East a distance of FIX hundred -
( and
Tom's River N. J., and they will onion sets and planted a double Christmas here with the Joe Marrs. TilE STATE NOTICK OF TO API'KtH FLORIDA TO: zero (0) degrees run and thence thirty North(30) forty-five(645.09) feet and to a nine concrete hundredths monument -

be a great help in getting our [row of turnips, so we're underway Happy birthday to Eugene James 1. Soutter. whose last known minutes West along the Westerly on aforementioned Northerly STORAGEPerryman
of the and Stateof boundary thereof a distance of boundary; run thence North
again.Ed address was City
in production again. They Austin and Eddie Dec. eighteen
Harvey on (18) feet
place S U U N. Y., and John Mcltae, whose last to the North- eighty-eight (88) degrees and
arrived with a truck load of tools I known address was of the City of erly boundary of the right-of- thirty-six (36) minutes West
work. brought his chain saw with 21.Sick Wilmington, North Carolina as way of a County road; run thence along said Northerly boundary a
to I
and implements and eager ones to be remembered at trustees of the Florida Railroad South eighty-eight (88) degreesand distance of one hundred thirty- Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida I IWI

They know a lot more than we do !him, and as Sam has always this time with flu are: Cecil Company of the State of Florida, thirty-six (36) minutes East seven and twenty-three hundred ._ _

about farming especially with a I dreamed of owning one he got a Hardee family, E. C. Harveys, and their successors and assigns, =
I __
Ford tractor\ so we naturally are !big kick out of seeing the thing Richard :Mosely, and Mr. Con- Charles les, Lydia F. Mitchell Ellis Mary Edwin J. Mitchell B. Stap- u

pleased: to have them, aside from ,saw up firewood in practically no verse. We do pray for them that Jessee N. Jones, also known as

the pleasure of their company. ''I time at all. We plan to use it to they may soon be well. N.Jesse Jones N. Jones and Annie also V.known Jones.as his J. .

S ,get a lot of oak sawed into lengths Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Griffis of wife, Isabel P. hUtch, whose residence I

But no matter how many toolsor II for the fireplace and then, along Jacksonville spent the past week ''I Cornelia and address P. Long.is Starke whose, Florida residence --

equipment you have berries require with some fatwood, we'll have with the Albert Normans. and address is Starke, Flori-

a lot of hand work, so Sam :enough fuel for the fireplace. A thought for the week: "Verily, : da; Lois and P.address Perryman is Starke}hose, Flori-residence -

was In the berry patch this week verily I say unto you he that en- da; Myra Darby Peek.whose residence -

using the wheel hoe and a little Set up a self-feeder for the tereth not by the door into the and address is Starke. Fla.; S.
L. Peek, Jr., whose reMdecne and address
elbow grease. The plants we first cows with a mixture of 60 Ibs. of sheepfold, but climbeth up some i is Starke, Florida; Frances P.

set out are doing fairly well, with cottonseed meal and 20 Ibs. of other way. The same is a thief Wardwhose residence and address
I Lake City Florida; Darby Peek.
the bushes developing pretty well, common salt. The way the cows and a robber. St. John 10: 1. whose residence and address is

but those we set out last are grow- started to eat it you'd thinkit I Starke, Florida; Julian L. Peek Jr.,
I whose residence and address is 1641
all need would be gone in no time at TIlE RIGHT POINT for the
ing very slowly. They Campbellton Road S. W., Atlanta,
fertilizer badly and we have to all, but they slackened off, and way you write. Come In and select Georgia; Louise P Sayles; whose
residence and address is Little
get that done this week. :now eat a little each day. your favorite ESTERBROOH Switzerland, North Carolina; Ilva
SeEd I S Fountain Pea. Only $2.37 at Peek and Wilson Peek both of _

brought a gasoline engine I Many folks say that as we whose Avenue,address Chicago.is Illinois 5203 ;Kimbark CharlesM.

and pump with him so this week are having an early and rather AOTICB TO APPEAR Sparkman also known as C. M. 1955 !
severe winter, that we may look la Circuit Court. Bradford Cevmtr,i Sparkman, and Dell Sparkman, his
he hooked up the outfit to an old Florida la CfcaneMT. wife, A. G. Cooksey also known as ,
for an early spring. Hope they Edward E. Thomas, Plaintiff vs.I, Albert G. Cooksey, S. Frauds Gardiner -
1M Inch well in the backyard and are right, and that the farmers Irene Carrie belle Thomas. Defendant. also known as S.o'. Gardin.
Case Ho. 10-782 er, Francis J. Fields, Roy Jones,
it lookajyw: as if we may be able in this section have a good season l\"otlt'e To Appear S. M. Wells. Mrs. M E. Wells J. e.

to irrigate the half-acre kitchen coming, as they certainly need it. To: Irene Carriebelle Thomas J. Sparkman, Lizsie Sparkman, Ru- e __
fus R. (alledgedly the
whose residence and address is: Un Sparkman _
garden without much trouble. The known. sole surviving heirs of Christianas

4-hp outfit pumped about 10 gallons Warmest seasons greetings fromus You are hereby notified that a Sparkman, deceased), A. R. Rosen-
suit for berger S. P. Shirley, W. H. Cone DON'T FORGET
of water a minute and we all to each and every person in Divorcebaa Vernon H. Ford Charles W. Bar- -

think that will be enongh to irrigate Bradford County for a prosperousand been filed against rOil In :ha wick, W. K. Chew and F. L. Chew,
Court And partners as Chew Brothers. P.
named and
above cause
this patch, using about five Happy New Year! TO SHOP EARLY
you are required to serve a copy of Edwards, also known as Wm. F.
........ your answer or pleading the Edwards, J. 1'!. Truby, S. J. Stern- \.
complaint on the Plaintiffs berg and E. Strong. trading and do- (
Attorney T. A. Yawn, Starke, I Ing business as Truby, Sterbergana
SOIL CONSERVATION Florida I Company, a partnership, A. I?.
\ and file the original In the office 01 Hull and J. H. Hunter, composing JjLi
the Clerk of the Circuit Court nor the firm of A. B. Hull and Com ;
before the 3 day of January, 1S55; pany. Roger D. Wells and Rurle A.
N-E-W-S otherwise the allegations ot said Wells, also known as Ruric A. Wells
Complaint will be taken as confess.ad sole !surviving heirs at law of Mrs. Friday
by yom. M. E. Wells, deceased, Mrs. V. Tor-
By Bill Haas This notice shall be published ruella, also known as V. Torruella,
once each week for four consecutive also known as Virginia Torruella, _
US.. SOIL CONSERVATION weeks in the Bradford County Tele- a widow, whose residence and address I- T'
graph. is 1421 Algeria Street, Coral ---r _
Dated this 27 day of November, Gables! ; Florida; John Torruella, .
SERVICEThe 1S54. whose residence and address is 2145
OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby SW 5th Street, Miami Florida;
i .Ji 1i-: ......., Clerk of the Circuit Court. Mary Torruella DeAriiba, whose
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk. residence and address is 1421 Algeria -
Board of Supervisors for made by A. I. Mann of Brooker.He 1Z/S 4t 12(21 Street, Coral Gables, Flo-ida,

the Bradford Soil Conservation had some old ditches in his la The 'ourt -Of County Judge, I AS Louis Louis Torruella Torruella., sometimes Jr. whose known last The Following Stores %Will Be Closed All Day Saturday In

District will hold their regular fields that he wanted checked. We llradfurd County, Florida. j known address and residence was
: In Probate.IN Key Weft Florida Charity Torruel-
monthly meeting; at Lloyd Green's located the high spots in the ;
KB. ESTATE UF tOY R. KING, jla' whose residence and address 11
home Thursday Jan. 6, at 8 p. m. ditches, so with a little cleaninghe I deceased. 2796 33rd: Avenue, Miami, Florida; I

A short time back Raleigh Con- will have a good drainage ditch. Notice of Filing Petition For FinalUlNrharge Frances Torruella Sebastian, whose Observance of The Annual New Year's
of AdmlnUtrator residence and address is No. 1 Doctor Holiday.Setzer's
ner used the District's grain drill Eldon Sapp used the District TO ALL WHOM IT MAY COXCERN.Nutke : Ninosa Street, Itayamon Puerto .

to plant oats. Raleigh said he rotocycle mower to cut down some is hereby given that I have Rico; Albert Torruella. whose residence -
filed my final returns as Administrator and address is AFS06 Opera
turned under a cover Giant Striata Crotalaria. Eldon
good crop I of the estate of Roy R. tions Squadron. Lake Charles AFB.
of Giant Striata Crotalaria. By [feels that he will be able to turn King deceased; that I have filed Louisiana; Clementine Torruella

turning under a lot of organic his land better with the cover my petition for final discharge, and James, whose residence and address
that I will apply to the Honorable is 15 Bobolink Road, Yonkers New ,
matter which the soil needs Raleigh crop cut up in small pieces. Also Theron A. Yawn County Judge of York, and Virginia Torruella Central] Florida Gas &

is putting the soil in better by cutting this cover crop into Bradford County, Florida. on Jan- (;rt'f'n. whose residence and addressis
uary 12 1955, for approval of same 6165 Pine Tree Drive. Miami
condition to hold moisture. He also small pieces he will not have as and fur final discharge as Admin- Reach Florida if ah\e. and the unknown -

is adding a large amount of or- much trouble with trash bangingup istrator of the estate of Roy R spouse of each of them. if
King, Deceased. alive and if of them be
ganic nitrogen to the soil by usinga on the cultivators and the or- December 11. 1954. to the unknown any spouse, heirs dead devisees -< Appliance Co.

legume for a cover crop. ganic matter will decompose FLOYD KINO.Administrator: grantees legatees assign- I Bobbies'

We walked over Bill Reddish's faster.A Hoy n. King of the estate ef eec. creditors and other claimants
deceased by through under or against each
pasture which is located on the complete soil ana water con- 12/17 4t 1/7 and every of the above named per-
....n:! who are deceased; to the
Lawtey Raiford Road, and saw servation farm plan waa deliveredto
Ike Circuit Florida Railroad "oirpanjr, a cor-
come fine Pangola grass. The frost W. F. (Happy) Cooley for his .11&County, Florida.Court In (oi.....eerT.Bradford

had killed the grass but the cows place on the Rosier Road. Happyis Delia Cumyle Ingram, 1'laintiff..
Williams Starke Builders
were eating it just the same. That using Hairy Indigo on his crop 'Herbert LAW is Ingrjjii Defendant.Cate No 10-SOO. Jewelry Supplies

is one way to make hay withouta land. For his pernament pastureshe 'I Order Of Publication A.dutlee i _

lot of work.A is using Argentine Bahia and i'I I To Appear Male Of Florida To i YOURPROTECTION

request for a soil survey was White clover. residence Herbert Lewis ingtum whose !I
and address, is,: I'.uutc 1,1
r- A complete soil and water conservation L'lintwood Virginia. Gem Jewelry
You are required to appear on I Denmark Furniture Co.
farm plan was prepared
January 17, 1955, In the above
FILL DIRTGOOD for Thomas L.Casey Jr. on his named Court and cause wherein t
plaintiff seeks
in Tom is to divorce.
place Lawtey. going Bradford County Teiegrap shall

RICH use Pangola, Coastal Bermuda and publish this Order in next four I i1

TOP SOILSee grasses.Pensacola Bahia for his pasture i:weekly seal mi.Witness at :;issues.tarl\my... Florida hand ,and thi J'1 official:;, j i;, ,) Chas. C. Shepherd Radio & T.V. Charley E. Johns & Son

Guarantee Your I I As Clerk of said Court
$9.95 By Marian U Crosby. Deputy Clerk I I
Za-h I!. Douglas 505 Lyn, Duiidlinff. i
I PICTURE TUBE i Jacksonville, Florida. Agency

BILL JACKSONJackson 10 In. to 21 In. Per Year Att>b. fvr I'lf. 12. i; 4: J:7 |I II Van H. Priest Co. '

Transfer Company Call :239 For Details '. NOTICE I'

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD Noti< e is hereby gnen that th..1 l lpartni'ihip
Phone 165
tubsixtins j
between the undersigned. ,
D)} I. E.I

''Conner heretofore and engaging Jam-s Lucian in the General'miner, i'> e Alvarez Store Starke Cleaners &

ida Inur&ne under BuMneJ-a the firm at and Starke style, Flor of -- Est. 1 1894 Dry Laundry

DRAPESI "Conner Bros. Insurance Agency" You should have one of our
has been dissolved by mutual
tonisent. -
as and from the 1st day of Burgulary Insurance Policies -
December 1954. All debts due to
SLIP COVERSREUPHOLSTERING and owing by the J-ad: late firm Protect your home
will be received and paid respectIvely I I! A & P Food Store Lovett's Food Store
by Doyle E. Conner who will business and persona prop
continue to carry on the said -
ness under the style or LUSi-j erty.
"Doyle E. Conner Insurance Agency '

AD.Dated 1654.this 4th day of December' 1 Constant Service Since 1S91SENDFORJERRY
I BEAUTIFUL FABRICS -- Signed) Dovle E Conner f

ELEGANT STYLING I (Signed) James LucUn Conn*".

S PERFECT TAILORING la Circuit Court, Bradford 12,10 41 County 12,11 I I ,I Happy New I Year to Our Friends

Call Peg at 239 for Advice and Jeannette Florida;Ga la (non".IIi1a, Plaintiff ry. Ber I H. C. WALL I

tin Gagnon, Defendant.
A Free Estimate Case No. 10-7S7

Order Of Publication And >otiee T.

Berlin Apprnri Ga Mate non. of whose Florida resident To AGENCYPhone and Customers!

CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV and address is: Oak Grove Park P. I 146
O. E'ox 36, riaJnville, Conn.
You are required M appear on 200 E. Call Street
Jan. 10 19S5 in the
Radio Seat Covers Upholsterin named
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff! Starke
seeks divorceS
Starke, Fla.
Bradford County Telegraph shall i r

publish this Order la next four ,-___ :
weekly issues.: I
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Mott. in Brooker. sion in the soil around the trunk;I pernong.We .
also of Jacksonville Mrs. JoyceT. his brother, Paul Moore, all of ,
t Presbyterian ChurchSunday Mrs. Noah Taylor Mr. and Mrs. of the tree and form a rim or have an excellent bu.ie'
Futch and sons, Terry and Jacksonville, were Sunday guestsof
Jeff Prevatt Jr. and children, and cup about two feet in diameter \"Dooryard Citnii Plantings whi i
and Miss Mary their father J. H. Moore.
I Jan. 2 Sunday School, Ralph, of Lawtey Miss Ailene Taylor were in Tal- dround the tree so water will not you may have free by um\t -
Julia Futch of Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crawford and
9:45: a.m.: morning worship. Communion I lahassee Friday to visit Miss Ber- run away from the plant. the agent at the tourt a.",*, r
meditation by the ministerand Holiday guest of the Ed Dur- children were Christmas dinner nice Taylor who is taking treat- Wait until early spring growth I nex or addressing a lari j I P <
included :Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Mrs. T. H.
bans guests of her sister
observance of Box 267.
the quarterly ment in a hospital there. before fertilizing. Animal StarkeHere's
i Boyette and :Mrs. B. C. Curlee of Pressley, and family in High begins ;
thtLord's Supper; youth fellowship Mr. and Mrs. Troy Bennett had and commercial fertilizer may be wishing for t-di !i. :

6 p.m., Gerry Gibson, and Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Springs. Miss Betty Glisson of all members of their family home used. From 1-2 to 1 1-4 pounds of I the very Merriest of Cbrot. '

,Robert Leslie Humphries, hosts; I Matchett and daughter, Barbara, Starke and Harold Starling of for Christmas dinner. Mr. and 4-7-5 or other complete fertilizer and a prosperous year .he.u!

Methodist ChurchSunday At The Tabernacle ,'evening worship 7:30 p.m. and Mrs. Williams and son, Russell Jacksonville were weekend guests: .Mrs. Walter Wilkinson were also should be applied for each year of''
all of Hampton. of the Crawford family.Mr. .
I!I Tuesday, Jan. 4 Joint meeting I their guests that day. age of the tree. Scatter this material -
: Church School 9.45 a.m. Weekend services at the Gospel of elders and deacons, 7:30 p.m. I Misses Sue and Laura Witcherof and Mrs. Joe Shuford and I Corporal Francis E. Green of on the soil around the tree!

Morning Worship 11 a.m., Communion I Tabernacle were Christ-centered Wednesday Jan. 5 prayer Heilbronn were Christmas din- son Kenneth of''St. Augustine Madison who has recently returned ;. and water it in well. i I FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
B. Thomas
Meditation and Sacrementof throughout. A cantata, "The Gift," meeting and Bible study 7:30 p.m. ner guests. of Mrs. were weekend guests of their I from a period of foreign In North Florida is is necessary ,\

the Lord's Supper. Recreation was presented by members of the Junior choir and family.Mr. mother, Mrs. 'J. S. Shuford Sr. service visited his brother W. F. to
Thursday, Jan. 6 and Mrs. Leslie Phillips of provide some protection for JUST ONE
Time 5:30 p.m. Fellowship Supperfor :I choir and others. practice 3:30: p.m. Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mr. and Mrs. George Boyer and Green, and family last week. citrus during the winter months I
Intermediates and Seniors 6:15 Tonight (Friday the Musical Mrs. daughters of Plant City were Monday The George Roberts Jr's. of where there is no natural protec-1 I FRIGIDAIREMade
Phillips of Waldo, and Mr. and
p.m. MYF groups worship service Millers of New York are expectedto HEILBRONNBAPTIST James Phillips of Biloxi, Miss. guests of his sister Mrs. Fred Hastings, the Vernon Silcoxes of tion from freezing temperatures only by General

6:45: p.m. take part in the service before I CHURCH were dinner guests of their parents Moore, and family. Starke, and Mrs. Catherine Teare Bank trees around Nov. 15, and : Motors Corp. All other

Monday: Official Board meeting. going to Lake Butler for the I Mr. and :Mrs. O. J. Phillipson Sunday dinner guests of Mrs.L. were dinner guests of the G. W. take it off Valentine's Day. Protect !! Electric Refrigerators are

at the parsonage 7:30: p.m. Watch Night service there. Theyare i Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching Christmas day. H. Hill and brother, Harold Roberts Sr. on Christmas Day. bark of trees up 16-18". It is :I made by other companies

Tuesday: WSCS Prayer Group. accomplished musicians and 11 a.m. Training Union 6:30 Pearce, included Mr. and Mrs. Rev. E. A. Wilkinson and Troy not necessary to bank them after I
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mosley Sr. I and cannot use the word
9:30: a.m. pla) a variety of instruments. p.m. Preaohing 7:30 p.m. Prayer Christmas with their daughter Hallie Jones and children of St. Bennett were business visitors to they are six ears old. The south
Wednesday: Children's Story Saturday night Turner Blount Meeting Wednesday 7:30 pjn. '- Mrs. Jack Reynolds and family Augustine, Pearce Jones of Fer- Ft. Pierce on Monday.Mr. east side of a Lake is the warm- I Fritidake.I .

Hour 3::30 p.m. Bible Study and will show colored slides of the REV. Milton J. Dukes pastor. in Jacksonville.Mr. nandina and Mrs. Mae Wells and and Mrs. Milo Smith and 'est side or a slope is warm.

Prayer, 7:30: p.m. Commission of work among the Indians in the and Mrs. R. A. Griffis and Ernest Wells. Harold Pearce arrived children spent Sunday at Silver\ Lawrence recommends these I Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE

Education meeting 8:15: p.m. far northwestern part of the U. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS home from Nashville Tenn.on Springs.Mrs. .
Donald Gene
sons, and spent
A. Hicks Miss Helen I varieties of fruit for our section I ? ?
S. :
: Yottth Choir rehearsal CHURCH
S. Mr. Blount is one of the Wy- Christmas with Mrs. Griffis' mother Christmas Eve for a ten day
6:30 p.m. Chancel Choir rehearsal cliffe Translator group that is in Marianna.Mr. visit with his sister, Mrs. Hill. Hicks and Glenn Shuford spent I Pecan Curtis. Stuart; pear THEN SEEIE.
Scnooi 10 a.m.
7:30 p.m. seeking to put the Bible into the Sunday Morning Service 11 a.m. and Mrs. E. T. Shaw and Holiday guests of Mrs. Hattie Christmas Day in Daytona Beach Pineapple Hood; persimmon I
and while there were dinner guests
Indian language. Evening Service 7:30 p.m. daughter, Linda, visited her par Darley and family included Mrs. .of Mrs. F. C. Morton and family. I Tanenashi, Fuguyaki; grapefruit- H. SMITHTenth

St. Edward's Church Prayer Meetings Wednesdaj ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pack at Alice Austin and sons, Huey and i Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders had Duncan; orange Navel; satsuma .

IIIW.t.ILI': I. night 7:45: p.m. Saturday nigW Dover, and his parents, Mr. and Alonzo and Harry Lastinger, all all of their children and grand Owari; kumquat Na-
Sunday Mass at '::15 a. m. (Assemblies of God) Mrs. J. W. Shaw at Orlando, dur- of Daytona and Mrs. Mary Belle and Temple Are.
children home for Christmas Day. gami, Marumi; calamondin; mus-
780 W. Hlway 16Rev. JESUS CHRIST the holidays..Miss Wilma Dean Robinson of Tampa. Mrs. Robinsonis Starke, Fix
OF ing
Holy da/masses, 6:30: a. m. and :Miss Cheri Redgrave and brother, cadine
II. K. Bullock DAY SAINTS Pack returned home on Saturdayafter the grandmother of Ralph Dar- grape Burgaw, Scup- -a
9:20: a. m.Children's. Johnnie, remained for a longer stay
having spent last week with ley and Mrs. Buster Bennett. 'Twas
Class Saturday 11 Friday. Dec. 31 Special Watch old with their grandparents.
Services each Sunday in Linda. indeed a happy Christmas day for
a. m. Night Service. Singspiration, choir Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Shuford were them. Mrs. Smith and children of Way- ARE YOU SHORT ON CASH?
Keystone lIel taWomen' singing, Sunday School worker cross, Ga. were visiting her grand.
day School 10 a. m. Sacrament dinner guests of their son, Carl The
James Waters
family were Davis and Mrs. BUYA
( Club) conference. Devotional study in welcome father. Perry ,
Service 6:30: p. m. Everyone and family on Christmas Day in Christmas dinner
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. Revelations 18-19. Refreshmentswill guests of Mrs. Davis on Monday.The SIX MONTHS AUTO POLICYCUT

Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. be served. Service begins at! Gainesville.Mr. Water's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bu- James Wainwrights of Mel-
and Mrs. R. W. Jr.
Mosley ford Higginbotham, of
Confessions before all Masses. 7:30. Everyone cordially invited. Maxville. bourne, the Doc Wainwrights and ,
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH and children spent the holidayswith YOUR PREMIUM IN HALF
Rev. holiday -
and Mrs. E. A. Wilkinsonand the L. L. Wainwrights were
Sunday School 10 a. m. Januaryis LAWTEY, FLA. I
Mrs. in
children spent Christmas with guests of their parents Mr.
Christian ChurchJ. EMGAM month. Morning Wor- Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach Orlando. I I I
Rev. Bullock will her parents Mr. and Mrs. N. C. land Mrs. T. L. Wainwright. i
E. Sherwood, pastor ship 11 a. m. ing 11 a. m. & 7:30: p. m. Midweek Misses Sadie and Annie Rea

speak on "You Have Not Been service Wednesday 7:30: I Carter of Jacksonville Miss Fran- I \ CONNER INSURANCE AGENCY
Sunday School each Sunday at This Way Before." Evangelistic E. pastor. P.m.-I
A. Massey ces Lang of Tampa, and Miss Home Demonstration
9:45 a. m., C. W. Colsoa, superin- Crusade 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Bullock Eleanor Baxley of Westconnett I 129 W. Call St. Phone 285

tendent; Sunday Worship Servicesat will preach on "Reservoir of Re- EVERGREENBAPTIST were Christmas guests of the ( I II i Lt Notesby I

11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Wednes- sources for 1955." I CHURCH Misses Carter's parents, Mr. and I ,I -

day prayer meetings at 7:30 p. m Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- Mrs. Ed Carter. I Ii i 4 -. .---- --
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KISGSUL.KE ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sherman and
Christian ChurchRev. m. Preaching 7:30: p. m. Prayer children of Palatka spent Monday

I A cordial i invitation i is extendedto Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m. afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. E Home Demonstration Agent

J. B. Sherwood, E. ,
pastor all who will come join wiin us Rev. J. Lingerfelt pastor. T. Shaw and Linda. I

2.I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith who and fruit trees should at least I
Sunday 9:45 Bible school classes in worship on Sunday Jan. Citrus in land>cape plantings be 20

for all ages. C. W. Colson, Supt. Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Preaching \ IHMPTONCHRISTIAN have been residing with his par- home orchards I feet apart but allow pecans 40. !
CHURCH ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith, well feet of
Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening i by the pastor 11 a. m. Many farm families may space. i
worship. 7:30 p. m. Christian En- i Come hear a message from a Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship moved Monday into their new homeat establish or expand home orchard Dig holes and deep enough so as :

deaver 6 m. man who saw and felt in his heart Service 11 a. m.: Youth Pipgram Starke. plantings to provide healthful, nutritious not to crowd the roots.
Bible Study and Prayer Meeting the great need for God's divine 6:30: p. m. Evening Service 8 Freddie Dinkins is spending the fruit for the family diet When tne trees are received, unpack -II
troubled world so p. m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon, pastor. holidays with relatives in Avon their home places Machine
7:30 p. m. Wednesday. word to a and to make and plant as soon as possible.If Sewing Operators
Park. I.
Womans Council 1st and 3rd. strongly that he gave up a high more attractive.A they are to be held a day or two
resolved to do all he \VOODLAWN MISSIONARY Holiday guests of the P. L. Din- I addsas
Tuesday. 7:30 Mrs. W. L. paying job I. well landscaped ground before planting, "Heel" them in
p.m. could to tring lost souls to Christ. BAPTIST CHURCH kins family included Mr. and Mrs.P. much as 15 per cent to the wet soil to prevent the roots from Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES
Andrews, president. 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. L. Dinkins Jr. of Anthony Mr.
His topic will be "The Keys to ; value of a house. The planting can drying out.
W. Call and
Church located on preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:45: prayer and Mrs. Horace Cox, Miss Adel
streets. A friendly wel- Success. be made to blend with the over- Set trees at the same depth they 18 THRU 35
Christian service. 7 o'clock song services, Dinkins and Mr. and Mrs. Casey
all plan and also produce fruit. grew in the nursery. This can be
come waits everyone. 7:30 evening services. Dinkins and ,
SEVENTH DAY son Jimmy, all of Satsumas oranges. and grapefruit determinded by the difference in

ADVENTIST CHURCH Jacksonville.Mr. are excellent to use as speciiTT..T..T..TT..TT..TT.T.T.TT..TTT..1- the color of bark at the groundline. Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital
... .. .
Mark's Episcopal .V. and
St. Claude Rowe attended men plants on the lawn but don.tfill Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others
Services each Sabbath in the a family reunion at the .
Rev. Raymond MacBlaln Old Masonic Hall on E. Call St. LAWTEYbj :dome of her father, R. U. Par- all the space with plantings.The After placing the trees in the APPLY AT OUR OFFICE
calamondin can be used as hole fill in with soil
Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preaching menter, in the Hellbronn area on using sur- 10th & CHURCH STREETS
Mark's Episcopal accent in the foun- face soil
Services at St. every week by R. L. Mathews, pas- Christmas Day.Christmas a corner plant first and mix about halfa
Church will be as follows: L. II. FutetAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALA dation planting. There are citrus pound of bone meal with the soil
tor. Bible Study each Thursday dinner guests of Mrs.V. .
Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church. 7:30: p. m. A friendly welcome R. Reddish included Mr. and relatives that lend themselves particularly as you place it around the roots. BIG DAD Manufacturing Co.
School and Adult Class; 11. a.m. awaits well as severinia buxi- When the hole is three-fourths \
Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30: everyone. Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Hudson Mrs. Bobbie Reddish of Leesburg; folia which is used as a hedge plantor full, pour in enough water to soak

p.m. Y. P. S. L. and daughters, Marilyn and Marlene Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish of in small group plantings at accent the soil and then finish filling! Starke, Fla.

Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. Litany BROOKER of Atlanta, Ga. spent the Webster) ; Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Red- i points. lit has dense glossy the hole. Leave a slight depres- --

and Meditation; S p.m. Choir Rev.BAPTIST C. B. Stalling CHURCH, Pastor: Christmas holidays with her par- dish. M.of Reddish Lawtey, family members of of State theJ. I dark green foliage and is a slow --- ......:...:..>:. -.. ; ..c ...:___ _>. .._ __ _.. _.___. .:. ..._.--_ ,.___._..._ ..- .- _
Practice. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Griffis. grower. .-.._ __. ._ ._ '_.' '__ __.' .',_.__ __."d._., ... ;;I. _._._.. _. _.'-... _.__ w.. ___ H .-_ -_ ..- -
Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning Farm, and Mrs. Sponholtz of Heil-
Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Mr. Hudson returned to Atlanta on Trifoliate orange makes an excellent -!
Worshhip 11 a.m. BTU 6:30: p.m., bronn. Mrs. Reddish
Monday but the wife and children spent whereit i
11 a.m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 p.m. dense, thorny hedge
I Evening Service 7::30 p.m. Prayer I. remained for an extended visit. the weekend with her husband's is desired to keep out intruders.
'Meeting.Wednesday'1:30: p.m. mother, returned to her home in
Mrs. Hudson is the former Miss Orange-jessamine is worthy of
Church of God Webster
Dorma Griffis, at one time a member on Monday.Miss planting in backgrounds and framing -

CHURCH OF CHRIST of the Lawtey school faculty.Her Elizabeth Terry is spend- locations and as accent plantson
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning C. L. Overturf Jr., Minister husband has completed his ing this week in Tallahassee with porch corners in the founda- IT'S UNLAWFULFor

Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. term of service in the army andis her sister, Mrs. J. F. Wjrrick tion planting. (Pecans planted in

ning Service 7:45: p.m., Y.P.E. Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening now a dental student at Emory and Mr. Wyrick. the backyard make a nice back-

Service Wednesday 7:45: p.m., and Worship 7:30 p. m. University. Mr. Hudson's parentsof :Marvin Frazier of Jacksonvillewas ground for the house when they are

Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45: p.m. Wednesday Bible Study 7:30: I Vernon were also guests of I visiting Claude Rowe last I grown.)

LaW1el m.Radio the Griffis family last week. week. I The winter season when fruit I
School 10 Morn. "Old Paths": Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore had I
Sunday a.m. program 1 dormant than at
trees more
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dixon and are
ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serving each Sunday 9 a. m. Station daughter, Louise, of Jacksonvillewere all members of their family home I any other time is best for planting Any Person or Persons to Engagein

Saturday, 7:30 p.m. WDVII. dinner guests of relatives in for Christmas dinner. Mr. and Mrs.J. 'nursery stock.

Lawtey on Christmas day. W. Thomas and son Jody and Fred P. Lawrence horticulturistof

Guarantee Your $9.951 AIRPARK MISSIONARYBAPTIST CHURCH Billy Mrs.Wayne H. E.and Dixon Brenda and Sue children spent, N.Freddie C. arrived Moore on of Hendersonville Wednesday of ricultural the University Evtension of Service Florida recommends Ag-- Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless

School 9:45: a. m. Morning last week and returned home
PICTURE TUBE Sunday ; the holidays with relatives in Alabama. on fertile soil that is well
10 In. to 21 In. Per Year Worship 11 a. m. Training: Wednesday: of this week. Miss drained for orchard plantings. and

Call 239 For Detail Union 6:15: p. m. Evening ServicE. H. C. Kelley and son, Wendell Gayle Moore, accompanied by Miss emphasizes that air as well as The Name Is Registered
7:30 Prayer Meeting Wed Maxine Andrews of New River,
I CIIAS. C. SHEPHERD : p. m. spent from Saturday to Wednesday water drainage is important be-
RADIO TV nesday 7:30: p. m. Rev. W. 0' 1 with his sister and her family went home with her brother-in- cause good air drainage reduces
Collins Jr Pastor. law and sister Mr. and Mrs. See- frost hazards
| In Chattanooga, Tenn. Mrs. Mar-
her Andrews to spend this week Break the soil by thorough
garet Kelley, who has ;
: spent sometime
I'_ iIJF .-' .. .:._=:: : "fc' :;i I in Chattanooga returned I with them in WildwoodMr ing or disking, and stake PIOW-\\ .
I home with them. I and Mrs. David Moore and I area to set out the trees.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sweat and I
I |
little son of Jacksonville were vis- I I Ii Read This Florida Law"It
iting hr parents :Mr. and Mrs. C.

F. Carter during the weekend. : CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY shall be unlawful for or as defined kertia to
any person
Miss ,
__ __ ___ H Elizabeth Terry had as
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor ,Christmas dinner guests her sis-. By Ozora Johnson, EditorAALAAALLAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAA&&A engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined .
jtera. Mrs.: Claudia Strickland ol : without and unless said fictitious shall be
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town I ALIAAAAA name registered with the
I Gainesville and her daughter -
130 I Miss i clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business
Phones Office 234 Pastorium Betty Strickland of Jacksonville;; -Happy ...w'far To AU!" ;lows: R.J.E., Wednesday Jan. 5; 1

-- Mrs G. W. Durham and husban I II! All news boys are asked to make i Wateroak Monday, Jan. 3; Hampton is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit -
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: complete reports for papers on Tuesday Jan. 11; Thurston signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. ALL 1't l'ES OF I t Monday, Jan. 3. Some have not I elementary, Monday Jan. 17.
all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest
Sunday School 9:15: A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. |made reports for the past two I Others will be announced later.

Midweek Sen-Ice Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. PEST CONTROL weeks; this is perhaps due to the 'I CIIl"RClIXEWS of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon.

,fact that school has been closed. Emancipation senices will be Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto
Hear the Service over WDVH at TERMITES We look forward.to your return to
Sunday Morning
'school and the renewal of your in- I held in most of the churches in engage in business under a fictitious name shall hare advertised his or

11 a.m Regular Broadcast Every 1. 3 and 5 Sunday. Household Commercial terest in the sale of the papers. ,Starke on Saturday, Jan. 1, in their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four

.-- GROVE SPRAYINGCall !John Givens is still leading in j commemoration of the freeing of'I ((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county

: -. 11111i--- .':' .-- ... .. > for estimate ;;paper sales but Joe Lewis and Nathaniel (the slaves by Lincoln in 1863.
where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be
Florida Pest 1 Flemings are giving him a Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church will j
.-- riMONEY I Control 'close' race. "Watch out John!" I hold their regular Christmas program accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of

& Chemical Co. The prizes will be awarded around i on Sunday Jan. 2. because such publication.

I, 2220 N.\%'. 6th St. Ph. 6035 'Easter. WHO WILL BE THE !many of the scholars were away I

I 1 WINNERS? ? ? during the holidays. Superintendent
Gainesville, Fla I
I AttendNational ConventionThe :Williams and a committee of Sunday I If are engaged in business under name I

34th Boule of the Zeta Phi School teachers will purchase' you any

Beta Sorority Inc. will convene in II the scholars. Rev.
'- presents for )II
4 : = :::: ::: :'JL ::.. !
": Louisville Ky. on December 27-30, .I John Groover pastor, will act as !

For that help you need, see Marion Wash Your Clothes Ozora Delta Eta Johnson Zeta Chapter is delegate of Fort for :.I i Santa. J. Lennon.Claus for E.the Givens occasion.O. John Mrs.B. i !. other than your own, and have not had this name

Finance Co. Inc. at Gainesville.
9 Pounds Lauderdale, and will make a reportas I son and M. Thomas and L. Broxton.'
Those friendly people are there espe- National Chairman of "Blue Re- i will assist. All scholars are asked !

cially to help with cash those who are in I For 40c! vue". The Johnsons left the city'I to be present for this special Pro- I I properly advertised and registered, we will be

need of $25.00 to $300.00 Monthly Budget I ;Christmas day but will return to :gram.

Loans on Payday 30 day Loans. : FREE Bleach If Desired! Starke to usher in the New Year. New Bethel Baptist Churchill

Call Marion Finance Co. and make your the ,I 6 j j j il'.Tand We believe Hobby in the Club slogan-Chit-Chat""Better.1':'hold with its Rev.regular A. Vinson service pastor program in glad to give you all necessary Information as to

application. Then Come in, get Schools make Better Communities," charge. Sunday school will begin

Cash in one trip. t We Will I and we also feel that "Better I I at 9:30: all members and friends

I I P.T.A.'s will make better schools." are invited to attend.IN should
what do.
liberal.The Credit requirements are very I I Dry Your Clothes I When you start making resolutionsfor MEMORIAMMrs. you

For 20cIn the New Year include one for Daphne Walker mother ,

I i improved attendance to P.T.A. and and wife, who departed this life I

New Automatic Driers! I the Hobby Club of your community.The Dec., 30, 1953. She is gone but

MARION FINANCE COMPANY 9 presidents of P.T.A. and Hobby not forgotten. She will always BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHr.iftiO

I Clubs at RJ.E., Lawtey Training live in our hearts.

218 West University Ave. : TheVasheteria\ i Hampton Training. Brooker Isaac Walker, husband

Phone 5333 P. 0. Box ..116Gaines'ille and Wateroak Elementary schools I Mary Muford, daughter

II wish for all pupils and parents "A I Earnest S. Walker. son I
Temple Ave. Slark IS Happy and Prosperous New Year' Cpl. Ralph H MItchell. '

.. . .... .. . .. ..:;.-' u.F The scheduled grandson I ::: -: ;;.. -r;: :;:; ..- _:= .-. :y-:: <=: : _- ,-
( .. P'1si. e' _.' .' ... < ....t.'_.. --;!!.-L"-,- .I ; meetings are as foi- -- -- --. __ .:.. _, _.. ._ Jf

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HIGHLIGHTS 1954There's County Records I Jaycees Bring Christmas Cheer Property-- Transfer'I- Bradford- FurnitureHas American Legion

no doubt about it, 1954 was a year to remember. The "-- Recorded Recent!) Holiday Party Hits Member Goal

brief picture history of the year below presents a cross section of 'Greatest Year'Continued "' :

home noteworthy events for Bradford County residents. i it Guy Andrews' agree-jjt to, I Employees of Bradford Furni- Starke's American Legion Pos

The pictures show that 1934 was a year of 1)) a record hail, 2)) I'purrhasr Woman Club four from lots Mrs.neaj' the Jiture, ,' Corporation enjoyed their an- 5 6 hit the 100 per cent mark Tues

some eln.tiuneering for a home town governor, 3) a $500,000 fire inBrook'r ( from page one) I Crews of Jacksonville .aUJeI '1ual Christmas party at the plant day night in an "eleventh hour'
for 9,500)Ion Dec. 22. Gifts stab
4) a $63,000( fire that wiped out Starke's newest store tem- drought, and was the largest were exchanged at reaching it quota before
a soy bean process- property t.tsacIlion !and distributed by Santa Claus the new year.
porarily, 5)) over 60 new home for Starke residents, and 6)) the beginning ing plant is included in the rebuilding I recorded in Bradford 'mt y i\from beneath a lovely lighted tree. This

of Bradford County's own hospital plans for the burned-out (during the past month. 4j&ews ,Employees were given silver dollars I year marks the sixth consecutive -
'Tung Oil (deposited $500 in the age year that the Starke post
plant in Brooker. Big- fcient. |from the Corporation, the numbers
ham Enterprises, Inc., formed by + c |but the actual sale of the t rBert .! depending on length of employ- has ,reached 100 per cent attendance -
which is the best
W E Bigham Jr. of Brooker, is r is not mal ,5 ment. the state. in

w (planning to erect a feed mill inthe The four lots comprise the I irthi J R. Hime of West
13"ii Palm Beach The
post now has 314
county which will i hall of the block members
provide a between
,. Jf. IVal-
president, and V. F. but Arch Thomas
market for county-grown feed and I nut St and Clark St., lyinlM-'th Fox Jacksonville Jr. candidatefor

will also furnish cattle and chicken 01 the Starke Woman's CifiC'! of secretary- state commander, said he ex-
< nd treasurer, were present for the ,
s pe-cted the
raisers with the membership to top me
cheaper feeds George Flynn property. 1 I\party. ':
The county received I 350 mark before next summer
another The mdst expensive piece of After the distribution of gifts by I
when its
j I property per square foot was 9sq. Eddie Hartmann, Jr., refreshments
'Son was defeated in his race for ft (Gene Long Mails
at Torode's corner on Call 'were served.IFrancis .
,!Governor. Gov. Johns
receiv 'and Court streets. Bradford Coun Homestead
solid Bradford County-and No Forms
ed's I ty paid $10,300 to Mrs. Thelma M. i
'lorida-support in both Dowling
I Johns Mendoza and her husband, j| Gene Long, county tax assessor
....,..-4'. races, but it was not enough. Gov yl (f C Mendoza Dies Last I said
,; Jacksonville, td; Friday week that persons who
... t Johns' 'j'jI
"homecoming" will
.... ,. ..; I be next obtain the have claimed homestead
: right-of-way for the
-.. 4:: week when he returns to take : I I exemp
widening of Court St. I Francis Marion Dowling, 87, tion in the past will receive then
I W..tG". over his new insurance business, I
l 1 Friday at the home of his homestead
:> ..."!- Other transactions applications early next
The Presidential, with home offices q involving over
." ,
'! $500 brother Henry T. Dowling. He week.
.. 'm Jacksonville. during the past month were i:
.... A. ."_ "_ New i I t u i:Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Magoon, Route I'was a native of Columbia County, He advised homestead owners to
construction in Starke -- I retired farmer, and a memberOf be looking for their
|I l, Starke, sold about two acres I j la applicationsand
$1,300,000 an all-time high of over WE'VE BEEN TO A JAYCEE PARTY say this happy group as :with buildings in the Theressa area the Christian Church. to sign them and return themto

1000 for last as compared New with $221- they are pictured! leaving the Jaycee Christmas Party at the Woman's to Mr. and Mrs. Homer J. Brinson, Surviving is another brother, his office either by mail or in

I istruction totalled year. over home$400,000 con- Club last week All o! the children were laden down with gifts, I Route 1, Starke, for $6,500. Jesse Dowling of Daytona Beach I I person. Long said that homestead

-- .4-4r- J,l r.T" y 1 (new business construction candy J fruit, and baloons.Accident Mr and Mrs. Roan Turner, Union and one sister Mrs. Chris Douglas, exemption can save the homeowner
I I of Lake City. about $36 per $1,000 on his
N ,over $86,000, and new schools and County, sold 40 acres near t hei I property.

I the hospital boosted the total by Starke-Lake Butler road to :Mr. and' I Funeral were held at Long said he mailed

,over $825,000.But Injures Four Residents i I Mrs. Millard L. Johns Jr. of Lake the Lake Butler Christian Church cations at his own the for appli-
lrtil'r r Staike's iI i I Butler for $5,000. Wednesday with the Rev. Willie expense
rapid growth Uinshew of the homestead

I brought with it many other probIlems. -' Mr and Mrs. Harvey H. Harris ,' officiating. Interment owners. He added that it was a

The absence of city zoning > I|I of Jacksonville sold a 100 ft. lot in followed in Swift Creek Cemetery. $500 fine or six months in Jail
I DeWitt C.
Jones Funeral Home
y I i caused friction recently when a i Indian Beach subdivision along the for anyone falsifying an exemp-
a ,. of Starke
4 was in
'plan was advanced to place a eastern shore of Lake Santa Fe' of ar- tion application.

supermarket in the heart of the to Mr, and Mrs. Charles K. Spur- .rangements. I

'city's best residential and institutional neon and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer F. You Can Call Me

-) 3 property. Tomberlin, both of Jacksonville, for Man Breaks 11
..* The City found itself beset with SI 200( !Traffic Regulations I'Charley,' Says Johns

._,J new problems and is currently I !Mr and Mrs N. G. Stokes sold ,

1 w planning a large scale improvement 20 arres of land east of Brooker toj i One When Acting Governor Charley
Y man was charged with 11
,, program. City taxes, after '"ontamer Corp of America for' E. Johns comes back home after
motor vehicle violations the
four years of "tax free" slogans J600 I Jan. 4 he wants to be called"Charley"
1 I State Highway Patrol and SheriffP.
.vill go into effect in 1955. or "Senator", if you insist
Mr and Mrs. Roy E. Carlson of D. Reddish Wednesday as he on formal.
,.t The question now remains: Will Hlmois sold 48 acres 'near U. S. attempted to move some saw-mill Johns' wishes

;:,.., '. [starke continue to grow at the :' ..JJ; : '0l north of Starke to :Mr. and equipment! through the county. light when reporters in the matter came Ito

.'" '" fast pace set this year, or was Airs Edwin Peck for $900.air Earl Lardell $275 bond questioned
.f v ., :! i,: .!.. posted a him the other day in Tallahassee
.'.. ''jf''E. ..... ::.ot"$1; 1954 the "peek" to be followed by and Mrs R. B. Roberts-;' for the offenses that included no It is traditional in Florida
as a
: $- .4dtt# : leveling-off period? Will 1955 I E :: U'orthmgton Springs sold 120 ;mufflers, no license plates, and no matter of courtesy, to continue
be devoted to
"finishing up" projects __ acres driver's license. He also had to
-'Ii'- formerly known as the C. addressing
,. .. started in 1954 will ; : : a man as "Governor"for
: M Andreu buy $144.50 worth of license
'. : '1' place, to Mr. and Mrs. plate life, after he has once occupiedthe
bring with it new plans, new progress t .a r ____ J V Edwards Jr. for $5,000. tor his equipment. chief executive's chair Since
lr and new problems of its'own
Mrs. Glen Lardell said he was moving a Johns
? G. Searing of was filling the post as Acting
County sold two lots in the Duvall=aw mill from Kississmee to a new Governor, however, reporters
Only time will bring the answer I: location in Georgia.
ford Heights subdivision to Mr. and thought the matter needed clarify-
to these question, of course. In : I
3n E. W. Hayes of Starke for
anv this day when time and I II ing.When
space ; "
Picture above is one of the cars Involved In a wreck north I!$2,200. Negro HospitalizedIn asked how he preferredto
mean so little, no town, like no ofj'i 1
b individual, can live unto itself Starke Tuesday that hospitalized one local resident and injured three Mr. and Mrs Hubert E. Farber Family Fight be addressed after leaving the

others. | sold two lots on Adams St. off of Governor's office, Johns said: "just
alone. The future of Starke is I
Lafayette st. in call me Charley then
starke to Mr. I'll knowyou're
tied in with future of Florida and Manuel Polk, negro, was hospitalized
One Bradford resident DeSue and :Mrs. R. V. Alvarez and to ; my friend. But if
Chism have
County JamesL.
were riding you
the future of the U. S. the I lire last week after a knifing
i. !was hospitalized and three othersWere a '47 Plymouth and Mr. and Alvarez, Starke. for $7,000. to be formal, call me Senator _
Y (future of the world. Together we scrape with his son-in-law, Willie
{ injured in an auto accidenta.bout Mrs. Taylor were riding in a '51 Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick S. Dodd that's what I am."
i rise or fall sink or swim Holzendoff. negro, at Polk's housein
E one mile north of Starkeon Chevrolet pick-up truck. sold about nine acres near the
(hive or die. [ Reno.
U. S.: 301 at about 5 p.m. Tues- According to the official report Kelstone Heights area and a tract The fight occurred Saturday Registration Books
But at least one thing seems
In the
day. prepared by Deputy Sheriff Fate Mt. Pleasant subdivision on night, and Police Chief W. E.
((certain. As Bradford
County Open In
Y ( residents their roads Buster DeSue, negro, was hospitalized Brown, the accident occurred Silver Lake to Mr. and Mrs. Her- Thornton said Polk was taken to BrookerRegistration
enjoy new ,
when Taylor drove off the bert G. Bollinger of
high- Keystone
Alachua General where
temporarily in the Starke Hospital
new hospital, new schools, and
way onto the shoulder of the road Heights for $4,500. books for the Townof
new homes and businesses, they Maternity Hospital. He reportedly Mr. his condition was discribed as Brooker were opened for
IrLr.ws+ and then cut back on the highwayin and Mrs. Carl McKinney critical. Chief Thornton said he i
__ may well agree with The Tele spent a comfortable night Tues- front of Chism. Taylor was transferred 102 6-7 acres in the had received further registrations on Jan. 4 at J. W.

r- graph's prediction, made early this day and had no broken bones. He moving north and Chism was Sampson City area to Mr. and Mrs. from the no report Pinholsters store, and will remain
[ .. year, that 1954 would be "Bradfordbounty's C. I hospital. open through Jan. 29.
bruised and south U. S. 301. A. Roberts
,. '' was badly was xrayed moving on and Roberts trans- Polk was reportedly cut in the .

t. .,.'.,, greatest 'ear. for possible internal injuries. The accident occurred in Chism's ferred about 17 acres to McKinney. Lack. Holzendoff{ is in the city' Those who have previously

The others injured were: Ran I lane of traffic. Taylor said that The Jones Langford White I jail with a badly cut up face. registered need not register againto

-, Johns' Back Pay dall R. Chism, Starke, who suffered 1 i a third car had passed him on the American Legion post was involvedin vote in the coming election of

f,;, ,..,,'. a cut over his left eye, bruised right hand side of the road, hit two property transactions. The town officials on Feb. 8. Any per*

.' Promised ChurchActing face, and a bruised left knee; Carlsuffered his right front, and knocked his post sold a corner of its U. S. 301 Game CommissionSets son entitled under the laws of

E. Taylor Lawtey, who 'car out of control. frontage in North Starke to T. C. New Fish Rules Florida to the right of franchiseand

Governor Charley E. a cut lip, and cuts on his rightwrist Deputy Brown said that a car Hazen Jr. and S. D. Goodman for I i who has resideu within the

Johns announced last week that and left hand; and Mrs. Tay- bearing a Florida tag 2-51516 is 6,000.. The post also sold a small i The Game & Fresh Water Fish Brooker town limits for six months

'.- he had signed a requisition for lor who suffered bruises and cuts I being investigated in connectionI iere if its property to Mr. and I Commission at a meeting held in immediately prior to registration,

$2,695 in back salary and will dis on her chest, face, left leg, and I the accident and hit-and- Irs. A. D. Martin for $900.C. Tallahassee on Dec. 20 approvedthe and who hos not previously regis

tribute the money among 13 ,I right-! ankle. run case in Starke. C. Wynn sold 5.78 acres to following amendments: tered is entitled and urged to do so.

churches. I Mrs Majorie Sparks Lloyd of Minnow traps are not to exceed

The $2,695 is due Johns becausethe New Social Security Law Permits Retired Maryland along SR 230 of Starkeor 24 inches in length, 12 inches in Six County Youths

: 1953 Legislature set the salary Persons. To Make More Money, Helps OthersIn $1,200.Bill ,diameter, with a funnel entrance Enlist In Air Force
of not more than one inch in I
of the Governor at $15,000, but he I

a J continued to requisition his pay at addition to increasing benefits $),280 and lose only one month's Monroe Show diameter. I| Six young Bradford Countians
the statutory rate of $12,000 per and expanding coverage, the new benefit, $1,360( and lose two monthsor Trot lines used for commerciapurposes were enlisted in the Air Force
.:.iswF .. :... year social security law gives a special up to $2.080 and lose 11 months.No Next Wednesday in Florida shall be limited during November and December..

>b .t., i. Johns said he would give $1,000 break< to two groups likely to neeo benefits can be paid a persqn Bill) Monroe and the Blue Grass to 1,000 hooks per license or per They were: Bobby E. Cochrane and

I of the back pay to his own church help! the most.It working year round for more than Mountain( boat, and shall be so marked as William C. Johnson, both of
.' '" boys will appear in per to be readily identified. The identIfication > -
t I the First Baptist Church of Starke : permits social security beneficiaries 2080. son at the starke Wednesday Starke; Elma L. Crews of Lawtey.
e armory shall the number
N',: to pay for repainting the interior. However can't lose carry and Rothelle B. Jones J. W.
'The to earn more money on you your night, Jan. 5, at 7:30 o'clock. of the license and name of personlicense Taylor,
remainder will be distributed their own and still draw all or benefit: for any month in which Also featured in the I and Richard L. Kuhn of Hampton
stage show 1; was issued to.Merchant's .
,1J1 amounts from $100 to $500 part of their social security ben- you ((1)) did not earn more than will be Darvin Byrd and the Home I Other young men interested in

"' among 12 other churches, 10 of fits.And $80 in wages, or ((2)) render substantial Folks Girls and Boys, the Shenan- |t the Air Force are advised to contact -

them m Bradford County, one in it provides bigger benefits services in self-employ- Valley Trio, and the BlueGrass J Division the recruiting sergeant who

Tallahassee, and one in Jacksonville to: workers who have been totally ment. Thus if you earned $10,000 Quartet, well known gospel I Meets Next Monday I visits Starke every first Thursdayof

I Three of the churches which disabled: over a long period of a year, .but didn't work for four singers. each month at the local Selective

,will. benefit from gifts by Johnsu. tu me. But they don't get these months, you could still get your Monroe has bean with the Grand The Merchant's Division of the Service office between 10 a.m. and I

Negro churches. benefits until they reach gae 65. social security benefits for those Ole Opry radio program for 15 I Chamber of Commerce will meet 2 p.m.

Johns did not requisition any By helping the worker who is four months.In years and is a Decca recordingartist. next Monday night instead of

v salary at all as Governor for sev- covered directly by social security defining work under this sec- 'Tuesday night as previously announced Brooker Election

eras! months after succeeding to ; the new law also helps then tion, the old law included only Mrs. Marian Howe Secretary -
sW the Governor's chair 28 Set For Feb. 8
Sept. 1953. dependents l< and survivors; because work covered by social security. Business Growth said yesterday.

In a move obviously designed to dependents'< and survivors' bene- Thus a man could earn I The meeting will be held in I the
g make himself eligible as candidate its any An election will be held in Brooker -
a are based
on the benefit earned amount in noncovered work andget Reported In County courthouse at 7:30 o'clock and is
in the 1954 election of a.sue- by; the worker. full benefits. The law I for the purPose of planning thefor on Feb. 8 for the purpose of
new i
+ ,n'essor to Gov. McCarty, Johns haJj Here is how embraces The Bradford naming a mayor, a town clerk, and
I the two schedule
new provisions all kinds of work, althoughit County section of ; of holiday closing
r tla the Cabinet Budget Commission tIdeelare o I will work: doesn't count income from investments the current issue of Dun &: Brad- 1955. It is urged that every local a town marshal, each for one year
a financial terms; three councilmen for two
emergency and Retirement street's
I Test such reference book contai business have a representativeu.Ithis at
roll back the Governor's as pensions year terms, and two councilmen for
;.. pay from The theory of the Old Age and or insurance 162 local names, comprising mantacturers meeting.
.. policies.
:I i .
'skg $15 000 to $12,000. The Constitution Survivors one year terms.
Insurance system wholesalers, and re I
I prohibits a legislator from (OAIS Families are affected too. If a Any person desiring to offer
I- I ) is that It does not include
1e I. holding an office during the legislative paid only upon monthly the retirementor benefitsare retired worker is ineligible for of the service and professional some II,Rev. W. S. McAliley himself or herself as a candidatefor

term benefits in any one month, his dependents of these offices
i for which the pay was death of the family earn businesses, such as barter ax Speaks To Rotary any should
| raised. wage also are ineligible. A : make a written request to the
er. So the law has included beauty shops, and real estate firms i'
i Even though the Supreme Court to determine whether a test surviving widow or widower loses Thus, the figure for all bUSi- i! An inspiring New Year's message town clerk on or before 12 o'clock

.... ."\ "'. ... : ruled that Johns could run for leally has retired.a a worker monthly benefits according to her nesses in Bradford would'|' was brought to members of noon on Saturday, Jan. 29.

.. ... -=-. .. ,. :Governor and could draw $15,000 Under the old earnings, just as a retired worker I actually be County the Rotary Club Wednesday Election inspectors will be Sam
law higher than
: ..J1f. : ;: ': },::1' .-'. .- ,/: year as Acting Governor, he continued i- 65 to 75 lost his ,social a person from does; but surviving children under listed. In 1946, the number the 1621 I(, Rev. W. S. McAliley, pastor of the Mott, E. T. Stewart, and Coy Ed- .

.iIt; ,,' ., ... '.' '.:...... .,' ....i.f; I to requisition his pay at benefit for any month in which security he 18 get their benefits anyhow. listed names totaled 156, an indicated 01.- .; First Presbyterian Church. He was I iwards.
.' only the $12,000 rate. Disabled Persons introduced by T. T. Long, chairman
.iI. ; earned $75 or more: increase for this !
Thus year of-
4 "."4" Ii i could, say, earn a person Social security benefits are four per cent. .)f International Relations, who had Savings Bond Sales

., j ;' "I' $80 a month for based upon average monthly earn- harge of the
.m | Cong. D. R. Matthews three months program. increase In
... during the County
). .. ... summer ings. if a worker becomes totally been reduced because *
.. vacation they had
Jta. .. period as
--. _... '. .,.... '' 'Returns To Capitol total annual although his disabled for a long period of time, much as six months disability in .Masonic j Lodge 35 I Sales of Savings Bonds in Bradford (
I earnings
I +"I .; -Ai.... :t\ .. I $240. he would lose were only his earnings of course are re II the past, can get their benefits ) County through November

.' i !l\.. .... 1 I Congressman D. R. (Billy) Matthews social security benefits.three months duced. But under the old law, av- increased under the new provision !(installs Officers 1954 totaled $92,209, a $41.28 in-
tea, has returned to At age 75 erage earnings had i if
Washington to be they
: are still
figured disabled.
I I "or over, a person The first rease over the $%,264 worth sold
$2 to prepare for the opening of the got his benefits from a certain starting date until increases will be Bradford Lodge No. 35, F. &
paid in the
regardless of his July 1955. j daring same period in 1953.
II first session of the 84th Congress, I I The new law earnings. the worker became 65 or died. Persons who are disabled now, AM., installed the following officers County Savings Bond Chairman
r after spending most of the first. lowers the Thus disabled but who Monday for 1955: Gene Long,
; past xempt age to 72. persons had their haven't reached retirement S. L. Peek Jr. reports that for the
four months in his district and in Loss of benefits benefits greatly reduced i worshipful master, Jack McComb,
'I for those between or some age of 65 yet, have until state at large sale are running
.w 14 s his local office at Gainesville. 65 and 72 depends times eliminated. June 30, 1957, to senior warden; Robert G. Green, I 16.3
on how I apply for their per cent ahead of 1953.
.,st- ; Since Congress adjourned last f.ow they earn and Under the new law, a workercan disability freeze. The freeze ,junior warden; E- W. Hayes, treasurer "Bradford still has
can County $17
'II i .\ -' August 17, the 8th District Representative many months they work. "freeze" his average !be retroactive back ; and C. A. Fu tctsecretary.. 507 to
They earnings through all I go if we fulfill the fourth
"'1' ,.: .... ; has been touring the 15 security may draw all their social at the time he becomes disabled. 'the years of their diSabili'.y. After C. L. Cume. senior deacon;; ,quarter assignment which we were

:"' '--:, COUl ties of his district, making 200 a benefits if they earn $1- The idle period will not count June 30, 1957 the freeze can William Haas, junior deacon; allotted as our estimated share of
1 go
14j :' AI -, speeches and finding at first-hand applied year on or less. The test is against him and he will be eligible back only one year. Claude Morgan, chaplain; Calvin the balance left to be sold before

tr. : t .... what problems were of most concern an annual basis, insteaa for full benefits based upon the Persons who become Parham, senior Stewart: Johnnie: December
; of disabled in 31 if Florida achieve
< :
: i. !.' to the people he represents. monthly, so an aged period he Barden, junior Stewart Austin ,
'I person can actually worked. the future should ; its
1\ earn apply for their year's quota of $71,600.00" Peek
L\ >" i Matthews stated that his localoffice ] a month for three To qualify, a disabled person "freeze" after they have been disabled Fender, marshall; Harry Davis, said. I

i will in the Gainesville post office and months still or $600 for two months, must work under social security for six months, and indica-- tyler; and R. P. McLendon, his- Il

remain open until December not lose any retirement for 5 out of the 10 years before tions are that the torian.
benefits. disability will W. C. T. U.
130 the convenience I
of the pub he becomes disabled, and he also last for an indefinite Ii
lic, and he invites anyone who Further, the new law must work 18 months If I CEMETERY WORKING TOO MANY
says a person out of the they later recover, they may ATTEMPT TO

i. v ,/ d needs Congressional assistance working every month.will lose three years before he becomes resume work under the social security There will be a FIGHT THE BATTLE OF LIFE
I cemetery working -
with I
< any problem to contact the cnly one month's benefit WITH
I II for each disabled. A BOTTUL
-' s ) w i!office system and the disabled 1 at Dyal Cemetery on Friday
.* -f I or his permanent of- $50 earned above $1,200 a year.So Persons already on the bene- period will not count against riJan.I; 7. I (NATIONAL VOICE {
s S fee In Anyone interested is i inVited .
Washington, D '
C a rn'fu
"retIred"person can ea rolls whose haw
\\ ;I payments earnings average. to come and bring tools. ]i