Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Ship, of State : Shows Year's CostConstruction

To Leroy Collins Of On Proposed Supermarket

Leroy Collins, Tallahassee attorney The County Commissioners were I _- .
became Governor of Florida informed Monday of somethingthey've -

Tuesday, succeeding Acting Governor already known for some One-Year Zoning Held Illegal
Bradford County's new Board of County Commissioners shows Char'ey E. Johns of Starke time there were a lot of roads ,

ono new face, Lawton Crawford (left), from, the previous Board. who tooK over as chief executive! built in Bradford County this

Veteran members ((1 to r) ares )1rs. Jessie Chasteen, Malcolm IlarnU -' following the death pf Gov. Dan year.A. Starke i 1 1aflp Churches Strive To Block BuildingStarke's

Clerk Charles Darby Buddy Bishop, chairman, and Carl Prevail. McCarty in September 1953. report prepared by the state

Following the inauguration cere- road department on the status of. j
New School Board Year mony Johns returned to his homein secondary road funds shows Brad- Gets City Council, meeting Tuesday night, postponedany
( Begins i Starke to devote his time to his I ford County spent $417,858.44 forsecondary :iP1 I final decision on Guy Andrews' request for a building
local permit to construct a Lovett's Supermarket in the Woman's
insurance business and the roads not counting theroads
new company, The Presidential,, included in the $1,000,000, -i: 1 Club block until he has presented his final plans and a public -

which he will head with offices in I bond issue. New : hearing is held on the controversial issue.

Jacksonville. He will also busy The available road money for The move climaxed more than one and a half hours of

L\ himself with preparation for' the 1955 will be minus 209811.50, argument for and against the proposed store by a packed

; forthcoming legislative session at t and Bradford 'County will probably MailBox house of citizens at the Council meeting. Amid the explana-

; which he will serve as senator from remain in the hole for some time. tions, comments, oratory, and retorts, the Council learned

Bradford and Union Counties. Bradford County can expect anestimated j from its attorney, A. J. Thomas Jr., that is could not legally

;1'rE :..II.2: In his farewell address at the secondary road income i zone the area without first going through a long line of steps

; Tallahassee ceremonies Johns of 1144,400 in 1955 from gasolinetaxes prescribed by the City Charter. Thomas also informed them

I wished for his successor "great sue- and federal aid. it has already ; 1I that the present zoning,regulations "aren't worth the paperthey're
i cess in the which earmarked $104,000 of
d. ti program youhave this I -
\ 1 printed on.
__--I- -(, .II. ; t outlined and which the people I money to pay for specific items,p. -t-- \1 t The meeting started with some The members also expressed a
_____ have so the County has unanimous that the
accepted. $40,400 to opinion -
_____ ; I pay v Mrs. Mildred Hochberger of Starke tries out the post office's'haDdy (remarks by Guy Andrews who explained proposed
::4 : lIe reviewed the back to the road department commercial development on theNorth
_ i highlights of on
new mall box. The box is designed! so that persons need not the background of his
: = .: ) his 15 months' administration, its overdrawn account or to build I Half of said Block Six City
He said he had con-
their to mail letters. proposal
leave cars
; new roads. of Starke, would not be sufficient
main item of which was a 100 mil tacted Wynn & Lovett officials in I
_- lion dollar Fixed hazard or annoyance to the two
road building program secondary expenses will Jacksonville in November about
which he described "the be $64,000 as an annual nearby Churches provided the City
largestIn paymenton
__ :!= ;:I1 the history of Florida representing 000 the $1,000,000 bond issue, $15- Council To Hear Investors SeekingTo securing building. a location He said for the a new proposedsite store L any Council other would similar not businesses permit it to, do or

2,700 miles of new roads a payment for right- had been approved and recommended -
on Sundays to warrantor

of and participating.the bridge 67 construction counties" in with the state each of-way Ave maintenance was purchased widened of present, and when$25,000 roads.Temple for. Finance Natural Gas For StarkeStarke's ideal spot by for Lovett's a supermarket officials as and an I of justify one year closing as proposed it for the by period your

Old School Board Chairman L T. Johns (third from left) welcomesthe I since there were no regulations honorable body. Respectfully sub-

Board's two new members, Ethan Sapp and Dan Starling, who He told the new Governor that The report'shows that Bradford to the which in prohibiting a store from locating mitted. A..1. Thomas, chairman
Council signals are
County agreed present
"as I spent $244,251.27 for roads City I
to there
the authorized
prepare Great they him to "
are flanking: him. Pictured left to right: EL A. Lawson J. E. Brown Seal of the State to pass you I wish I to t in the three-year period from 1950 hear proposals on several investment the middle of the streets. the property. acquire zoning committee.

(new chairman), Sapp, Johns, Starling, and School Supt. Harmon I P. inform you that the general to 1951, $129,242.20 in 1953, and firms that are interested in The Council also agreed to re- He said it would be to the interest Members of the zoning committee -

Morgan. balance in the state treasury is S44 7,858.44 in 1954. Biggest items financing i the installation of natural hire Oscar Waters as dog catcher of businesses on Call St. to are: Thomas, Andrews, Orie

PoUroId. ) 1-MinuU Photo- by. th* Telegraph over 5115,000,000. And, I was informed in 1954 were the $276,074.44, for gas in Starke at their next for at least a two-week's trial at: hold the, town's traffic balanced.He G.Wiggins, Clifford Hazen and S.
the Rosier The Council $3:) a week. Waters was on I
las night by Comptroller Rd. from U. S: 301 to regular meeting. received put said Setzer's new market is
the Union letters from two firms at vacation "for at least two weeks" Following the reading of the let-
County line, $29,271.12for
Gay at the end, of this business currently drawing all of the traffic
Bishop Elected Commission Chairman i year with all the obligations of right-of-way widening U. S. this week's meeting and agreed to several months ago after billingthe south of Call St., and a store on ter A. ,J.Mayor Thomas J. R, Wainwright asked
Sr. if he had
the state 301 from south limits to TempleAve. explore the matter. city for over 70 dogs killed in his location anypersonal
paid, we will have a would tend to bring interest
surplus of 535,000.000, the largest ., and $27,500 for right-of-way The investment firms agree to three weeks. balance back into the picture. in the proprety.
Board Thanks Right-of-way OwnersIn 'surplus that for widening SR 100 through[finance, and in some cases install, Waters was instructed not to go "I bought this [Thomas answered that he had none.
any governor has: into property in good I E ugene L. Matthews then asked
Starke. natural franchise. any person's yard
for dogs.
n gas as a city faith "
ever left In the he said.
history of the. total
entire project L the Council

: "Isn't it that
I state." The investors apparently have He warned dog owners to have would cost about $70,000 for the true thezoning
the first meeting of the 1955 The .old County Commissionersmet : some assurance that natural gas' their pets vaccinated licensed, and land and board recommendationsmust
Board of County Commissioners Monday morning with Ren- In his Inaugural addjess Collins 'Smog' Causes lines will be availabte for this area I kept on their own property to asking for building. We are not be approved by the Council
the froe for the last time. said: "I pledge to the people of .avoid having them donations, we are asking before they become effective?"
with Lawton Crawford taking presiding in the near future. picked up. 'for a chance
post of, former board member, L. They adopted a resolution thankIng Florida that insofar as the 3 Wrecks Here The Council was informed by In other action the Council j in Starke." to spend this money] Andrews answered this question
strength within
L. Renfroe, H. A. Bishop Jr. was the residents of the county for me lies, government ,I awarded H. A. Lawson a butcher's Andrews by presenting an over-all picture
J. R. that the I said that
by trade barter Mayor Wainwright Lovett's has
unaminously elected chairman. and their cooperation in the secondaryroad and sale will: Bradford County's own brand at'. permit and raised Carolyn Red set a maximum on the zoning procedures. First,
be out for the next two Seaboard will build which they will]
Carl Prevatt, vice chairman. I program. It read: years. "smog" was responsible for throeauto Railway gates grave's salary to $60 a week for pay for land in : there is a public hearing to determine -
lIe a the
said that the ofFlorida' and new signal lights at Starke size of
After a discussion the Board de- I "BE IT RESOLVED by the is progress' accidents early Tuesday morn-I her work in City Hall. Starke, and that all of the other type of zoning desired,

;..- _. Q,along. with..( JO1d! Board; of County Commissioners of nd> I.... sure to run into a dead ing A low hanging fog and smokefrom railroad crossings- Traffic gates.I. The Council was wired by Newn likely sites he investigated were |next classifications are set up as
if .
:Bradford 'County".j"Florida that It our.citiEena accept the be_erected at 10th St. Washington m official that .i to.* jf
[ ypes
ing the positions of county attorney several woods fires completely they'could still priced out of reason. 'He.then.in zoning, then-lhere is. aseries
philosophy that St Call St. and Madison
can be traded [
and prosecuting attorney as hereby expresses its gratitude and I obstructed all vision in certain L buy their power plant for $200,000. troduced Abner C. Hopkins of public hearings on what
appreciation to all of the for a road, or for a job for an Ave. Signals will be erected at In action last who classifications
a means of saving money. Then areas of the county. week, the Council. draws up building plans for Lovett's shall be placed on
incompetent relative, or for favor 8th St., Jackson St. Jefferson St, I -
declared o Bradford County who, by their a notified New Bern $175.000would Specific lots of
after nominations were Two accidents happened immediately saying and other property, next an
'open Carl Prevatt nominated H. cooperation, have made possible the for a friend, or for a handout south of Starke on U. S. and South St The raijjpad, said be their top price for the Hopkins said grocery that Lovett's concerns.had overall zoning picture is presented

V. Knight for the post, and Malcolm urgent secondary road program of through a state purchase order. 301. The first accident occurred i the cost of these installations would I plant, The Council turned down: three plans it considered for the to the Council for its approval
this County, and who, by their unselfish state cannot'raise enough be 80800. TheJ will also remove the $200,000 offer.'Dimes' subject to public
Harrell seconded the motion. when a truck driven by William I I site, but he felt the third would I hearings that itaiso
E. L. Crawford nominated Mack efforts, have given realityto money by fair taxation of i its D. Runnels was moving slowly best utilize the land available. He : conducts. Finally, there Is

Futch but it was not seconded. In Governor Johns' plans for givingour people that sort to finance a"government of through the thick smog. Another Services Held Here Drive said this plan called for a 83x100 an appeal board set up for persons

a roll call vote for H. V. Knight, County aij adequate secondaryroad very long. truck driven by I. M. Lucas of For John JohnsonJohn ft. store centered almost squarel to seek redress from the Council's

Malcolm Harrell, Mrs. Chasteen system. These roads could Bradford County RepresentativeDoyle Baldwin crashed into the back of Gets UnderwayThe on the property with the building zoning ordinances.

and Carl Prevatt voted "yea", and I not have been assured except for I E. Conner, who attended Runnel's truck.Lucas' R. V. Johnson, 27, was facing north on Jackson St. There Andrews pointed out that to zoneone
H. A. Bishop and L.'A-- Crawford:! the unusual and generous attitude the inauguration ceremonies in truck was brand new and [killed in an auto accident near ParisH would be two rows of off-street small area would be discrimi

"nay." of our people in right of vay matters Tallahassee, was quoted by the had only 440 miles on it. The cab ., on Jan. 1. He was a service annual .fund-raising activities 1- 'parking on both Walnut and Clark natory. He said there is actually
and for tLe wholehearted Associated Press as saying of of the National Foundation
The Board agreed that it would L except and engine of the truck appeared station operator in Paris before for streets. He said that trash and no protection until this full procedure -
community backing given Collins' speech: "His promise of to be Infantile Paralysis got under way garbage would is carried out.
not appoint a county doctor but a total wreck. Lucas suffered his death. be completely con
these in good, clean government and substituting here this week with
projects. resulting most: Benedict Fin- cealed. "It is j
would continue the practice of a broken leg and head injuries but"fair" Mr. Johnson was born in Chicago just one of those, things,"
: merit for in steplo3'Thent zer Jr. as chairman.
of the donated te
I right of way being politics The county He said he said.
for each occasion. is in the
choosing one condition. The two building
: 111., on Aug. 16 1927, to Victor would be
Both the present Road Supt. R.K. and making the money available impressed me. 1 trucks blocked the movement of and Martha Westlund Johnson $2,500 for this cause in 1954 built of Jumbo brick, it would be Foster Shi Smith, who served as
for actual A selfish think he has a keen into and Finzer said it is
paving. com- insight hoped to exceed -
Jones, and courthouse janitor, the traffic on U. S. 301 for over an who presently reside in Starke I non-combustable, and it. would] spokesman for the official board
mun\tyould easily have blockedthe potential of Florida. this goal in the current drive. have
of the
a nice First
Joe Lee, were voted by the boardto hour. He was a veteran of World War and dignified front. He Methodist Church in
continue In office.Commissioner entire matter toy excessive rightof In another nearby wreck, a truck II and a member of the Lutheran Among the activities that are .said Lovett's present store was a previous meeting, then said:
ways costs, but our unselfish Two Injured As Car driven scheduled for the month are the I sadly outmoded and "If you want
Crawford asked I and forward by Stanley Merck of Orlando Church. He was a member of the inadequate to help the
members to bring him up to date, looking people, by Strikes had apparently stopped onthe Oddfellows.. Mothers March on Polio arid the for a town the size of Starke. churches, zone the entire town 'as
their efforts, have assured the Light Pole *
lequesting that a financial state road when he was overtaken annual Birthday Ball. Finzer said I At this point Council Chairman is on the face of it. Then hold
ment be prepared and that he be success of the project. by Miss Frances Surviving besides his parentsis i J March of Dime cards will be distributed James A. Lewis addresed the public hearings on
I Morgan of Starke one brother I any area that
The Board received assurance An Air Force Edward Westlund. .Council.
advised as to the present road from '1 Corporal and a in a new 1954 Plymouth. The also of Starke. through the schools, as I needs re-zoning." He said theouncil
County Attorney Knight t hat
and the condition of hitch-hiker were Injured Wedn es- Plymouth usual and coin containers will I be "Gentlemen," he said. "I believe C could use this
program .' was judged a total loss, solution if
the state could not permanently tie day when a car in which Funeral services held at the I
were last
at placed
they were : prominent'
county road equipment. Clerk and Miss Morgan suffered knee spots around I meeting we voted to they could not zone a small area
Darby stated he would have a financial up the county's secondary road I. riding had a blow out, went out of injuries. the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in I town. There will also be personal: temporarily zone that block ; legally.

statement available at the program. The bond money has: control, turned around in mid-air, I I I Starke Wednesday with the Rev. solicitation in the business district. I dentin" resi-I. Smith went on to
been received and it is earmarked] and Another Tuesday morning wreck praise Wynn
then snapped a .H. O. Holl of Keystone Councilman
warning light Heights; &
The Jackson Lovett
next regular I chairman said Ernest
meeting. i occurred the that due to replied; Phillips (Lovett's
for certain roads in this county. pole on Brownlee Road "We
seven off the lofficiating. Interment followed in set
; ground. a Starke
several up zoning
Crawford record before I the cases of polio in the county committee manager) and Andrews.
went on near Pleasant
Knight said that the work might, The accident Grove school. the about
occurred in front Keystone
of Heights a
cemeterywith year to Hot
the Board as opposing all "pri L-I be stopped temporarily, but the I.the Pine Level Church on SR 100.' Owen R. Alvarez Jr. overtook Bill [ the Oddfellow Lodge of: last year the local chapter had 1 Starke's ago zoning make needs.a study in e Starke said he would welcome a store

vate work," or work done for individuals !,funds for the roads could not be Tom B. Thrasher, who is stationed : I Haas and crashed into the back: !Gainesville in charge.IChildren's to go in debt and now owes money week I asked them for an Last not but that it was just
right to
using county equipment L used for anything else and the with the Air Force in West: end of Haas' truck. to the National Foundation. He this matter, and here is opinionon front put a supermarket in
materials and labor. H<. voiced opposition road work would eventually be [Palm Beach !. Haas appeared normal following I that I a letter of a church. He said the
driving a 1954 hopes that the of received from them
success the 1955 : churches
to the practice of doing, started again.school Chrysler which was judged a total the accident, but he later showed Committee I The letter I are already establishedon
I addressed
"favors" which cost the county wreck after the accident. He had] signs of confusion and forgetful- II I drive will enable the chapter to Council, read: to the their lots, and they have, spent
money. l ness. He II Miss Frances Davis of the Flor repay this and have more money than Wynn & Lovett
I I a fractured rib, minor cuts and was admitted to a I money operating "Dear Sirs: The members of the I: and
The Board then went over the j Board bruises, and suffered from amnesia :local hospital, and he may r ida State Welfare Board Tallahassee funds for the current year., Zoning Committee of Starke have I Guy Andrews will ever spendon

Jury Lists. deleting names of those I[ immediately following the I be suffering from a brain concus will be guest speaker at been approached from time to time the churches their supermarket He said

ineligible to serve for one reason accident. He recovered his memory 'I sion. .the Bradford County Children'sCommittee STARKE POSTOFFICE GETS I during the past two weeks about II the were second only to
('r another, and adding others.A Buys New Desks Wednesday night. Another accident occurred on the 100 NEW BOXES a proposal of your Honorable schools and maybe even above
letter of application for a jobas I Brownlee Road before when it meets Tuesday i to close Body the schools, as the best asset a
Robert Paul 51. Mpnday night I the North Half
The new Bradford County School] a hitch-hiker : of Block
mechanic on the County Road whose last address the fog set in. A truck spun : noon at the Methodist recrea Bids are being received by the 6, Original Town of community can have.
Board held their first meeting of was in West Starke, to commercial : Smith
Department was read by Clerk the year Tuesday as Ethan Sapp [Palm Beach suffered a fracturedrib out of control and turned over tion hall. She will speak on child j Starke Postmaster for 100 Post-I, construction for a period of also questioned the legality

Darby, and filed with the understanding and Dan Starling joined the three and a small cut on the fore I with a load of plywood. 1!welfare.) i Office boxes. I of one year. issuing a permit on tentative
that if and when a vacancy head. The I "Since the matter building plans and with only an
warning light was
veteran members of the was completely not referred -
occurred it would be con- I agreement for deed to the
to the property
J. E. Brown, L. T. Johns Board'i: demolished. Zoning Committee,

sidered.a discussion This of subject the road brought crew, with up A. Lawson. Sapp replaces arlier Wednesday a car caught I New Eastern Star Officers Installed Recently 'jit'I now is appears reluctant to to be enter into what Hopkins took the floor once

the understanding that R. E. Jones. Hazel Carlton and Starling replaces fire and burned completely up on tissue i beween those a controversial more to site several instances in
J. S. Norman. SR 100 about 8 miles from Starke who favor a
as superintendent had full and com 'I (commercial development and j stores and churches were
plete authority to hire and firemen Brown was elected as the new toward Lake Butler. The right 'who oppose it. those side by side.Several .

and that the Board would not chairman of the board replacing rear brake drum caught fire, and i "At least two other persons commentedon

intercede for job applicants. Johns, and then School Supt. I Harmon J the tank.flames. finally reached the gas Honorable Body have members discussed of your the: this store-church relationship

The possibility of changing the P. Morgan instructed the matter with one or more members during the evening. Most of the
time of the Board's meetings was Board members on various state The car belonging to Chester O. of the Zoning Committee, and :persons opposing the store pointedout

considered, but it was decided that laws l regulating their actions. Buzzell. Buzzell became aware of suggestion has been made that the a that the churches near the

the public is well acquainted with The new board purchased 300 the fire when his tire blew out. Committee discuss the matter with stores were usually on thorough

the date and time now used the desks from the Universal SeatingCo. He :was able to rescue most of his a view to making a recommendation fares or across extremely wide

first Monday of each month at 10 which was the low bidder of belongings. An eyewitness reported -i if called upon. streets from the stores concerned.

a.m. -- and to change it would five companies bidding on the that the tire was smoking "As Chairman of the Zoning It was pointed out that many of
lead to confusion. in Lake Butler and a flame broke ti (Committee these churches
desks I
1 desks. The will replace :some I 4 therefore called the simply border a
When the matter of getting the' I desks in the negro schools that are out soon after that. .( ( 1 j Committee to meet in my officeon commercial area while in this instance -

road equipment going on some urgently about 20 to 30 years old. '". r _ Monday, Jan. 3, at 6 o'clock the store would be placed

needed road work was Supt. Morgan told the Board Judge Yawn Speaks I .. ..1I V i All members attending but Mr. .squarely in the middle of church
brought up, it was agreed that the 'One A. and residential
Wiggins who
that there were no new classrooms To PTA {' was consulted!
reason why this work has been I 1-i over the Following
telephone Hopkins
ready for use following the Christmas I ): SIlf at the time I that remarks, Lex
lagging is almost 100 per cent of the Committee was Green rose to say:
holidays. He said both the The Starke Elementary PTA meeting.I
the time of the road crew has been I 1 L- "You
seemed to be the out-of-town
taken up with moving fences Lawtey and RJ.E. schools were will meet Tuesday night, Jan. 11, #4 I I' unanimous are big interests
along \opinion of the members of the trying to spoil our little resi-
ready for at 7:30 o'clock in the
the new roads under construction. except some "odds and BHS cafe 1 dences
our little
ends" that are holding them teria. County Judge T. A. Yawn except Mr. Guy Andrews churches, and our
R. E. Jones asked the Board for: up. .. I who disqualified himself little Woman's Club.
The Board also reviewed will discuss the work done can appreciate
its advice on buying a boltandnut quotationsmade # -.1" from
'- : J expressing an opinion at this Guy's stand, Guy wants to
bin with on Venetian blinds. by the Bradford County Children's: r
along an inventory at I time, that due to the fact that (make money. He had a nice busi-
an approximate cost of $150, froma Supt. Morgan instructed the Committee.A h' (many of our very fine Churches in ness here, and he sold it, and r

supplier who would keep up the Board to give some long-range skit will be presented by 'the State of Florida, and else- [hope he made money. He had a nice
inventory each month and bill for thinking to the possibility of the elementary school students under !where, are tourist court
Above 224 Order of the Eastern Star at their In st.aI- entirely surrounded and he sold it, and I
the supplies used. The Board suggested Supreme Court enforcing its de- the direction of Mrs. Justine Pel- are pictured the new officers of Chapter recent !with commercial developments hope he made

as an alternate, that the cision ending school segregation. lum. The devotional will be led by lation. Top row (I to r) are: Henrietta Hunt, Ruby hayes, Mae Green, Sarah McDonald, Evelyn Wise,, |that that fact alone should disprove ,.1 nice home, and money.he sold He it had a

bolt-and-nut bin be bought at He said that the board might be Jack Waters. Irma Buford Cleo Harley, Louise Kite, and Helen Glasgow. First row are: Sue Thomas, Vermont, any contention that said comImercial i hope he made and I

about ;18 and that supplies be I faced with decisions that they Refreshments will be served for Novotny, Ruth Mitchell J. L. Gentry, Edna Prevail, Gladys Odom, (Worthy Matron), Dan Harlej.\ developments are a material 'I speaking for those money.of us who But can't I'm

purchased locally ''could not cope with "overnight." (adults and children. (Worthy Patron), Eta Gentry, and Joe Sistrunk. hazard to adjacent Churches,1 I (Continued on Page 8>



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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Mrs. Victor Appleby, and family I term, were automatically retired
HEILBRONN LAWTEY in Atlantic Beach. Mrs. Bradley -
MASTHEAD Keystone Heightsby I and In their place the

guests her Mr. and elected Elmer Livingston and MrsC.
Published every Friday and entered as second class matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida, under By Mrs. Ancel NormanAA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA by L II. Futch1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA of parents, Sirs. Sara McDonaldAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA44AAA. .
Mrs. T. Smith.
J. E. Warren. This is the first timea
the"Act of 31arch 3, 1879.
David Kelley returned to Lakeland '. woman has served on this board.

MEMBER FLORIDA! PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION An old-fashioned revival will be- :Mrs. Othello B. Dukes of Lake on Monday to resume his Mrs. M. M. Sargent is in St. It was decided also to take up in

; gin at the Heilbronn Baptist Butler and :Miss Omega Dukes ot studies at Florida Southern Col- I Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville. the near future the addition of

Church on Jan. 9. Services will be- Washington, D. C. were visitingin lege.Mrs. i She is still quite ill. two elders and two deacons to the

When Trees Die Coming Up: One Eventful YearFrom gin at 7:30 p. m., and the evan- Lawtey Tuesday evening of lasi Louis H. Hill returned to !1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haines Jr. present board. A start was made
gelist will be Rev. Milton Dukes, week. Ft. Myers Simday after spending

"' With the terrific loss of trees where we sit, it looks like 1955 has the makingsof pastor of the church. Everyone is Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Harley and the past two weeks at her home visiting spent several his parents days Mr.in Keystone and :Mrs., also on the formation of a Men's

In Starke in recent months due an interesting year. invited to come and enjoy these children were visiting relatives in here.Ned Frank Haines Sr. They all madea Club open to all the men wn are

to street-widening projects, it As the new year gets under way, the Democrats are. services. Holly Hill during the holidays.Mr. Pringle has returned to trip to Miami and other points members of the church.

seems to be a particularly appropriate readying themselves to take over as the majority party in Cottage prayer meetings are be- : and Mrs. Harold Norman of Ft. Benning, Ga., after spending in South Florida. He is stationedat I I

time to reproduce the both houses of Congress. ing held each night this week at Heilbronn are announcing the birth the holidays with relatives here. Fort Sill, Okla. ,

following editorial which recently President Eisenhower is preparing ''his several speeches various homes.! of a baby daughter, Shelia Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Mrs. G. R. Starnes entertainedlast i To Relief*

appeared in the New York before Congress in which he will outline the path the ad- Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Eggars and Dec. 27, in Doctor's Clinic at John J. McLeod of Melrose were Wednesday with ten tables of Alistruof p5
children or Jacksonville returned Starke. The lady's brothers Sunday guests of the A. M. Blan-
young bridge.
Herald Tribune. It thinkers in ministration intends to follow.in its third year of relations chards. I ,
metropolis like New York are with Congress.In home Wednesday after spending Charles and Mike, visited their Mrs. William McCrreary entertained .
a the holiday with her mother and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Mrs. D. W. Starling, Mrs. A. C. qL666
the loss of trees, with a :buffet and
concerned over France the National Assembly 'has voted to admit I supper
we father, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Nor- Rafuse of Lawtey, while their Pearce and Mrs. Walter Wilkinson cards on New Year's Eve. I
much more so should
how the Bonn into the North Atlantic
Treaty Organ-
mother was in the hospital.Mr. were business visitors to Gaines-: Mr. and Mrs. Rivers I II I
be, in our small Southern towns ization and to accept West Germany as an armed ally, man.Mr. Yule on I Johnny UMB M uuum-UMi MIT u
where trees are not only desirable and Mrs. Ted :Shultz of Mi- and Mrs. Frank Wells and were home for a few days. He is,

from a beautification kindling hope for a more united stand against aggressive ami spent the Christmas holidayswith daughter, Nina, returned home on to Dan Starlingwho with the army and is stationed i ij&

Standpoint, but are doubly appreciated Communism.On her mother, Mrs. Delores Car- Wednesday of last week after bagged an eight point buck I New Mexico.

because of their shade the other side of the world Indonesia enters its most michael. Mrs. Shultz remained spending several days with her while hunting with a party in Nas- Paul Rivers, who is in the Navy. \ RELIEF AT LAST

during the hot summer months. critical year since the Dutch withdrawal five years ago. with her mother until Wednesdayof mother, Mrs. Effie Miner. sau County on New Year's Day. i was also home for the holidays.Mrs. .

Southeast Asia appears peaceful and quiet now but it is this week. I Guests of Mrs. Mattle Henderson Only two dear bagged that day, i G. Wiggins is reported

Says the Tribune; bulldozer a superficial peace and quiet. The fact is, says Neal Stanford Mrs. Louise. Norman spent partof during the holiday weekend and he was one of the "luckies." I quite ill wth flu. Mr. and Mrs. ForYourCOUGH

Everything from a be foreign correspondent, "that Southeast Asia is in last week in Jacksonville wit* included Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smart Miss Eva Gruman is th,' new i Wiggins returned last week from If a common cold kft you with a

N to a hurricane seems to ferment and ready to explode unless the free world learns relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon and children; Mr. and Mrs. Carl member of the Lawtey School fac- I I North Carolina.At cough that has hung on for days and

against a tree nowadays. No how to direct rather than dam these elemental forces loosed Sapp and sons and the T. N. Nor- Smart and children; Mr. and Mrs.C. ulty who arrived Monday morningfrom the annual Congregational days act quick. It is dangerous to de

matter what .science may ave by the late war." Stanford also foresees ingredients mans and son, Gerald, went to B. Cannon and children, all of Gainesville to fill the vacancy meeting of the Community Church. lay. Chronic bronchitis may develop.Get .
bottle of Creomulsion and
of aman's many a large
done in the lengthening I Jacksonville Sunday to bring Mrs. Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. caused by the resignation of Mrs. two new members were elected to
take directed.Creomulsion soothes
it seems for trouble in the Balkans, notably in Turkey and Yugo- the as
life expectancy Kines. board.
Rowe children Another addition to C. L. Sipe and
slovia. Norman back. Truby and of Sta.rke.Mr. the raw throat and chest membranes,goes
pretty sure that the life; expectancy Mrs. Buford group is Mrs. Miriam Conner, into the bronchial system to help loosen
I Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Holcomb of and Higgin- an
of a tree is .not whatit Offsetting this muddled picture on the world front is intern with I and expel phlegm, mildly relaxes -
Orlando spent the with. botham of Maxville were dinner working Mrs. Hamilton Guarantee Your germy
used to be in the days when the highly optimistic article in a recent issue of U. S. News !I Ancel Normans.Mr. .holidays guests of their daughter, Mrs. and studying to become a first $9.951 systemic tension and aids nature

elms and sycamores and oaks and World Report concerning the economic situation" here at the James Waters, and family on NewYear's grade teacher. PICTURE TUBElOIn.toZlIL fight the ca.se of irritation. Use
in bordering shadows and Mrs. Homer Stearns o( Creomulsion and get Wonderful reliefat
flowed home. In its opening paragraph it predicted that the trendof I Per Year
relatives of Day. Mr. Higginbotham had Mrs. J. p. Wyrick of Tallahassee i last. Creomulsion is guaranteed to
through country towns. the past will continue in the years ahead "in 1955, Tavares were visiting the holi- the misfortune of suffering a spent the weekend with her sisters -; Call 239 For Details please you or druggist refunds money.CREOMUL'SION' .

As long as poets sang in the standard of living measured by 'real' income will our davs.Congratulations.community during crushed knee caused by a falling Mrs. Joyce Futch and Miss CHAS. C. SHEPHERD

Greece or plane trees were hit another all-time !high." to Mi-, and Mrs.\tree while he was cutting- timber Elizabeth Terry. Returning homeon RADIO TV I
rclinti Des Colds, AtuU IrMtkifo
planted in Rome, trees have Yes at home and abroad 1955 will be an eventful Johnnie Cowart and to Mr, and last week. Sunday, she was accompanied I emits

companioned and comfortedmen year one that will be well worth watching.A.Progressive Mrs. Harold Norman on the arrival 'Twas quite a holiday vacationfor by Miss Mary Julia Futch who I
have been reverenced and to the A. E. Masseys during the resumed studies at Florida State
of new baby daughters II
loved. It seems to'a countryman Christmas and New Year season. University this week.
S their homes, and congratulationsto ( NOT NEW HOME ? IJ
that today's men do not IdeaIt First Mr. and Mrs. Massey and Mr. and Srrs. Joe Hogan and
Mr. and Mrs. Junior (Jlemmonsan J
mourn the deaths of trees as the arrival of a son. sons, Wayne and Spurge, went to children, Mike and Sharon, and FOLKS SURPRISED !

much as they should. Statisticsof is the opinion of the Lake Wales News that the recent I Mr. Mrs. Marklee Norman Barwick, Ga., where they spent Mrs. James Hogan all of Jackson- I

a big blow reckon human announcement by the Florida League of Municipalities thatit and baby and of Hampton, and Mr. several days with his parents, Mr. ville, were weekend guests of Mrs. i' INTERIOR
fatalities and. property losses, and Mrs. W. L. Massey. Returning S. A. Hicks and
will seek a constitutional change permitting Florida cities and Mrs. LeRoy Norman Jr. of famiIy'Albert

country but it is newspaper's rare to see account even in of a more "home rule" should be welcomed by all persons interested Camp Blanding were visiting the week from there went the first of last Davis of Ft. Myers spent c# WAS MODERNIZED
they directly to Bo-
in better government. LeRoy Normans Sunday. Wednesday night of last week
a great storm. any listing of nita Springs for a visit with her I with his sister, Mrs. L. P. Rafuse .
As the News points out in the madein Wanda and Clifford Norman
the number of trees lost to a past, any change parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hogue. and family.

village street or a citizen's front a city's charter had to pass through the state legislature. spent Friday night with their They arrived home the first of: Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Moore of I

yaid. A tree may have been a Sometimes this passage included a later local referendum, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. ana this week reporting a lovely vacation Burlington, N. C. were visitinghis
Mrs. White in Starke.
hundred years in growing; but sometimes not: indeed. father J. H. Moore, the first
Mr. and Mrs. Norman
when af and saw have ended Comments the News: LeRoy Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Markhamand of this week.

their clean-up job no funeral "As a result of this system out of the 3,000 bills in- Mrs.were J.dinner S. Sapp guests in Starke of Mr.Tuesday.and children of Gainesville, accompanied Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Cumbee Jr.

march is played as a tree gets troduced at the last session of the legislature more than Friends in by Mrs. D. W. Starlingand and baby son returned home
our community regretto
trucked away. A town is just bills grandchildren, Linda Gayle Thursday of last
2,000 were local relating only to individual cities. At hear of the serious illness of week after a

that much emptier and less Tallahassee passage of these bills consumed days and daysof Rev. Merle Packham who is in the and Weldon, and Mrs. Walter stay of two weeks with his parents 6 LOCAL TtAMMAftKS.$.,.

lovely. the legislators' time which should have been devoted to Riverside Hospital in Jacksonville. Wilkinson returned from Miami Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Cumbee .
about man's Sunday evening after a visit with Sr. in Newberry. Mrs.
The worst thing Cumbees:
more study of statewide.measures. An event of special interest to
increasing disregard for a "Adoption of the League's proposal would cut down this our community will be the weddingof relatives there. mother, Mrs. Bardin, of Columbia,
town's trees is his reluctance to Mrs. J. M. Warren returned to S. C., spent the holidays with them
Sue Witcher and C. W. Thomasof
unnecessary load on the legislature and at the same time
her home in Stuart
:. Sunday after- and is now the
plant ones when wind or visiting daughter'sfamily
young .
Lawtey in the Baptist Church
allow those representatives more time to consider mattersof
noon after a stay of two weeks here.
the of street
widening or
a Friday evening (tonight). No in-
much wider .
has taken old- importance. with relatives in Lawtey and CEMETERY WORKING
highway away
timers. W know a village "Another evil of the present system is that it can put i friends vitations of are being sent, but invitedto all Starke. Mr. Warren of Eglin Air There will be a cemetery work- IIJPPLES' (

where the hurricane of 1936/ control of city charters into the !hands of a very small groupof attend. the. couple are Base also spent the weekend herewith ing at Evergreen Cemetery on the

took down sixty-seven trees.If men. For example, a city commission could now, if it Rev. Milton Dukes made a busi- his wife and his parents. On second Friday in January. All interested

that number was ever planted so desired, send a complete charter change to the legislature. ness trip to Tampa and Plant City New Year's Day Mr. and Mrs. persons are requested to .S __ _- -.------ -

to replace them, then a man's Up. there only the approval of the particular. county's legislators Tuesday of this week. Warren, accompanied by their sister come and help with the cleaning: .
mathematics ,and eyesight; are would- need-, to -be secured.- Others- vote, as a matterof .. Mrs. Leslie Bradley, of Starke The date is Friday, Jan. 14.

both wrong. courtesy, for any measure approved by the representativesof fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYIBAYLESS

One of the most satisfying the county affected."' :

things a man can dots. to planta That means, taking Starke, for example, that five HIWAY

tree. It doesn't take long councilmen, one representative, and one senator, could in

for a tree to grow up, as some reality make any change on which they agreed. The League's by Mrs. O. E. Crosby&AAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA FLORIDA BANK AT STARKE

hasty minded men seem to'think. suggestion that all such charter dhanges must be referredto

A tree grows while men a vote of the people will eliminate this possibility of & STARKE, FLORIDA
sleep even if they get to bed minority control. CHURCH NEWS I
late. If a man has planted a
Rev. G. E. Cutshaw filled the
We with the News that the League's proposals area
tree, he can look at a thing he agree pulpit at Bayless Highway Sun- Statement of Condition
to control of back closer to the
move bring government i
did ten and find the
year ago day morning and evening in absence -
deed appears a lot better than general public. If it did nothing more than cause the peopleto of the pastor who is recuperating -

when it was done. He has been take more interest in government it would be a good from an attack of "flu." Condensed from Report To Comptroller December 31, 1954

kind to the future.Philosophers thing. The associational meeting of the

.New River Association will be held
should plant
trees and most of them have. Consolation For Low I. (Q.'s at Bayless Highway Thursday
night at 7:30. Everyone is invited .
Poets have said nice things I :
to attend. RESOURCES
about them. But poets are lazy If your I. Q. ranks below par, don't let it give you an The regular monthly meeting of '\ ,

and prefer to sit under the As far what want to do is I
inferiority complex. as you concerned the WMU and Brotherhood will beat C .-
shade of trees that someone else
it probably doesn't mean a thing. Just forget it. ] the church next Thursday night .
has A rightmindedpoet
planted. Educators the famous tests do indeed LOANS AND DISCOUNTS .
ought to hire someone to now agreethat postponed this week kind of thinking ability but they don't mea- at 7:30. )'
measure some .
tree for BANKING
sure all kinds by any manner of means. Chances are that Personal Items 14,980.66

Towns of our Eastern sea- if your I. Q. is low. the test just isn't sensitive to your parti- I Mrs. Freddie Watterson and Mr. PREPAID EXPENSES. 337.32
board have lost many trees in and Mrs. W. R. and Mrs. .
cular kind of talent. Isn't that comforting? Haislop
the last two decades. Letchambers \\'. C. Ward spent New Year's Dayin OTHER RESOURCES 61.17
of commerce, let The story is told of a Latin Professor who was just Tampa with relatives.Mr. .
about the best teacher of that difficult subject in the ACCRUED INTEREST AND
garden clubs, see to the plantingof and Mrs. Earl Spencer of 9
Some One he asked if high I. Q. was neededto INCOME RECEIVABLE -
green replacements. country. day was a Atlanta were New Year's guestsof 18,234.97.

folks find it a lot easier to handle languages. "Phooey on I. Q.'s," he replied: "I've the R. M. Crosbys. .

plant zinnias and rose bushes only got an I. Q. of 84 and I've been a Ph.D. for eight Glad to see Glenda Crosby and U. S. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES 2060110.05.

than maples or oaks. We'd be years." utby, Bill, home for the holidays. FLORIDA COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL BONDS 235,092.21"
to bet that a maple in ,
willing So the trend in thinking at the recent meeting of the Quite a few of the folks around< .
fall will flame brighter than the be here killed hogs last week. I was CASH ON HAND. AND DUE FROM BANKS 172,381.26 2485818.49
Science seemed to
most vivid zinnia and be a lot Association for the Advancement of : # ,- .

better to sit under or park a forget about your low I. Q. Go on and be a success in lucky enough to attend one at ", -- '.
Floyd Crosby's, thefirst one I had ,
car beneath in summers to come. spite of it. .
been to in a long time. T 3,220,741.66

rvVvVvVVYVV'VfYt fUVYTTIHAMPTON terson home last Wednesday. family of Columbia, S. C. spent Quite a few of the farmers are

I Mr. and Mrs. Don Hill and girls last week with their parents, Mr. busy turning the farms, getting

spent Friday night and Saturday and Mrs. Billy Varnes.Mr. ready to plant the spring creps. <

with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. King in and Mrs. Edward Feagle of SFC Earl T. Kirby returned to

Jackson vine.. State Farm were Saturday night San Antonio. Tex., after two \ LIABILITIES : > < :c

by Mrs.Vm.. \\. HammondAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Mills and guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sax- week's vacation with his wife and .
son of Miami spent Thursday and .
Friday with her sister, Mrs. Don on.Mr.. and Mrs. Henry Rowell of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hall and 1
Please excuse not having a column children of Jacksonville visiting '
Hill and family.Mr. Keystone Heights were dinner were CAPITAL STOCK 50,000.60SURPLUS
last week. My husband and I relatives here the holi-
and Mrs. Slade and during
Avory guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sax- ;
were very ill with virus. children were in Jacksonville re on on Monday.Mr. days.Mr. 200000.00
Mrs. J. W. Home, Mrs. Frank cently.Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawford and
and Mrs. Thomas (Buddy) UNDIVIDED PROFITS 29.554.81
Williams and Mrs. Frank Thomas : and Mrs. J. R. Lucas and Wadsworth of Bunnell spent the children of Jacksonville spent partof 279554.81
in Jacksonville New Year'seve the holidays with her folks the I
were daughter and C. M. Green of Max- weekend with their parents, Mr. ,
to visit Rev. Merle Packhamis C. C. Crosbys. RESERVE FOR CONTINGENCIES : .' \
rule were recent dinner guests of ,and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth, and : 62,329.54
still very ill at the Riverside Mrs. Avory Slade. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Crosby .. }. \
visited their brother, Gordon, at # -
Hospital. Everyone's good wishes Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown have the Alachua County Hospital in and baby, Stevie, of Jacksonville RESERVE FOR TAXES, INTEREST. ETC. 21,153.20

and prayers are going out to- him purchased a farm in the New River Gainesville, who is slowly im spent the weekend with their par- NTkREST & INCOME COLLECTED, -
that he may have a speedy re section and are moving there. proving.Mr. ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby, .:
covery. :Mr. and Mrs. Emory Brown ana and Mr. aDd Mrs. A. H. Douglas. 24062.01
and Mrs. Henry Rowell have
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Pope and Randy were in Gainesville Friday.Mr. AU the children dreaded the 2833642.10
their farm to Williamson. -
sold Wiley .
son, Beryl, of Eau Gallic spent and Mrs. J. J. Brannen, Mrs.T. early rising Monday morning for .

New Year's weekend with their F. Brown and son, Frank, visit- school, to say nothing of the -
and ed relatives in Pal atka Miss Louise Adkins of Jackson- teachers.We .
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. Saturdayp.
Mrs. Edward Saxon. I m. ville spent. the weekend ater_ are sorry to hear of the seri 3,220,741.66

Dickie May of Montgomery, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Topsy Brown, son, home here. ous illness of Mr. and Mrs. John ((

and Bert Hinson Jr. of Eglin Randy, and Mrs. Ida Parish visited Mrs. Sammy Snow and daughter -! Kelly. We heard they are a little

Field spent the weekend at their the Stephen Foster Memorial Sat- Judy, visited in Mlddleburg I better at this writing. Hope they -- -.

urday.Mr.. Monday. continue to improve.ter. :
home here.
and Mrs. Vernon Slade and Charles Davis son of Oscar Davis 'y .... : : :
Mrs. U. D. Dyal accompanied by ;
and stationed in the U. S. Army Mrs. Minnie Marcionny.Mr. }
:Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lewis and mother, Mrs. Fannie Meads, were ...
and :Mrs. George Saxon and mxiir9pr"\\ / \
will leave this Thursday for some
daughter, Wanda, of Starke visited recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. Holland :
Payne were
where in Germany. His older brother Sunday dinner
B. Hall in Gainesville, and were, in -
her sister, Mrs. B. F. Grimes and t:: tJt..vFlDU.1L
guests of their daughter. Mrs. Eu- t
Melvin will leave Jan. 15 for
family at Ocala Sunday.Mr. New River on Sunday. KKSIT INSURANCECORPORATION
foreign service also, which will be gene Birt and husband.Mr. .
and Mrs. H. W. Baker and Tracy Jones, son of Mr. and '
his third trip across. .and Mrs. Geo. Williams en- :; :l':: : .::
children spent. New Year's day inCl"dar Mrs. Raleigh Brannen, left Mon z1 FLORIDA \ t -7
Mrs. Harold Rhoden spent Tues- tertained at a birthday dinner on 't I NATIONAL I
day for San Antonio, Tex. wherehe
Keys. with her Mr. and Mrs. Sunday honoring the 75th birth- S. == AT STARKEH I
Mrs. Leland Bedenbaugh is ill will be a member of U. S. Air day f
Davis. day of her father, H. B. Wiggins. r )g.9
also -
at her home. Force. His brother, Rothelle, is -.. -- --
Mrs. Minnie Marcionny spent' Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. H.
John Blackman has been having stationed in San Antonio.Mr. 0'"o-1
night and Saturday with B. Wiggins Joe Wiggins, Mr. ana
the "flu" also Loren Brown. : and Mrs. R. L. Birt and Friday
Mrs. Margaret Morris,'daughter, daughter, Mrs. Eddie Johns and her daughter, Mrs. Ellis Thorntonand Mrs. Orri Wiggins; of Starke, Mr.
of Starke. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins of Jack-
Connie Rayl, and parents, Mr. children of Gainesville visited relatives family
here last week. Mrs. L. A. Sherouse of Hawthorne sonville, and Mr. and Mrs. William
and Mrs. Will Davidson: of Dogs- I
boro, Del. visited the M. L Wat- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Varnes and spent Sunday with her sis- Knabb of Mrfcclenny. r--=j i


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--- -- }"RID.\Y, JANUARY 7, 1953
...-.. ..
I g-irjt Junior Women Hear Miss Grace Dickinson I Mr. and Mrs... Corley First Baptist Circles Three BirthdaysRecently I Methodist Circles

'.Talk On County'sChildren's Marries C. E. Searle Johns Celebrate Has Tuesday MeetingsThe
Committee Celebrated i 1 Met DuringVeek

Hope Baptist Church of Theressa Golden Anniversary I
Lorena Epperson Circle of Jimmy Lawson was host to ten i Mrs. Carl
was the setting for a."candle-' the was hostess
The Junior Club met First Baptist Church met at of his
Monday evening at the club house light service at 8 p. m. on Dec. .' the home of Mrs. Dave Silcox boy friends Saturday afternoon Tuesday morning at ten o'clock in
2 when at a weiner roast in celebration the educational
7. Miss
Dickinson, and building of theethodist
with Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr., vice Tuesday afternoon. The meetingwas
Chester E. Searle, of Mr. andMrs. of his 12th birthday anr.iverM Church when she entertained
son -
president in the absence called to
\.: presiding order by Mrs. R. B.
Gladys Mooty 'of the president Mrs. S. E. Sim- I John E. Hammond, were united Alvarez, leader, and opened with sary.The members of Circle 1 of the
party was held in the Law- W.S.C.S
I in marriage. The double
Phone 35 mons. ring prayer by Mrs. A. J. Thomas Sr. son's back
ceremony was performed by Rev. yard on Water street Mrs. Johns was assisted in sen-
Mrs. H.
JJJsJ A Nominating Committee was A. Lawson gave the deVotion around the
I barbecue
Fred Dodd in front of the altar the pit where ing refreshments upon arrival of
Miss Donna Pangborn Weds Edward MooreIn appointed. composed of Mrs. J. A. which was banked with palms, subject of "Love. games were enjoyed after the her guests by Mrs. W. G Haile
During the business
!Torode, chairman, Mrs. J. R. Chas- session a |weiner roast. Mrs. L. D.
jand Vining.
Ceremony At Keystone Community Church teen Jr. and Mrs. Stanley Noegel. white gladioli and candleabras.Th [committee composed of Mrs. R. B. Jimmy's mother Mrs. Ewell Following the business session.
? .I They will report at the February bride was given in marriageby Alvarez, :Mrs. A. J. Thomas Sr.. Lawson, was assisted in serving by which was conducted

The wedding of Miss Donna meeting, and election of new officers her brother-in-law, James Mrs. T. B. Harding, and Mrs. Jim- Mrs. Wilma Dockstader and Gene j Vining, circle leader Mrs.by Mrs
Pangborn. daughter of Mr. and 1 '' will take place at that time. Gnann. She wore a light suit with mie Swindell, was named to visit Miller. Miller Charlotte -
'I' gave the devotional. In
Mrs. H. H. Adams Thrift matching accessories. She choseas the child that the Circle is
Mrs. Donald E. Pangborn of Keystone Shop sponsoring conclusion Mrs. Miller read a
Heights to Edward S. Moore Chairman, reported on the many her brides: maids, Mrs. James as a special project this Rose Marie Starling celebratedher "Meditation.: poem.

Jr., of Moultrie, Ga., son of Mrs. !calls the Thrift Shop had during Starkie, of Gainesville, sister 01the year. 8th birthday on Monday afternoon Miss Amy Coburn had chargeof I

Edward C. Moore and the late Mr. I the past month and how the shop groom, and Miss Ruth Sibley. The circle program was the with a party at her home on [ the program and presented Mrs

Moore of Moultrie, was solemnized i was able to clothe the two families Ushers were James Gnann Jr. and [study of "Under the North Star," Thomas street for 18 of her little Haile and :Mrs. Merrill Struth who

Monday, Dec. 27, at seven L : who were recently completely Walter Swindell. mission study book to be given in friends. jgave a review of two articles

o'clock in the evening in the Key- .l burned out, and also gave $25 The groom was dressed in his serial form. Mrs. Oma L. Cotton, The Starling home was decorated -[l rom the World Outlook.

stone Heights Community Church. to be used to buy furniture for Navy uniform and chose his stepfather mission study chairman had for the occasion in the holiday -

Dr. Adam J. Holl and Rev. B. M. .one family. She stated that the John E. Hammond, for charge of the program and was, motif The refreshment table war Circles 2 and 3 met Monday afternoon -

Montgomery officiated at the ceremony shop needs children's clothing, also best man. assisted in the review by Mrs. M. ':centered with the traditional white at 3 o'clock in the educational -

using the same wedding : household articles and I furni Mrs. Jane Nyborg, of Park of Mr. and Mrs. F. Hazen. birthday cake embossed in blue building for a combined '\
service that was used by the ture. Anyone may call her at 40, the Palms played nuptial music Corley entertained After the closing prayer by Mrs. [and yellow. [social tour preceding the business

bride's parents at their wedding.I and she will see that they are and Emory (Topsy) Brown sang: with an open house and Alvarez, refreshments were servedtc Games were played during the [sessions

.& Potted plumosa and Areca palms i picked up. "Because" and "Oh Promise :Me." dinner on Dec. 25 to celebrate. Dave the 12 members present by Mrs. afternoon and prizes were won by Mrs. L. D. Green and Mrs. W.

flanked the altar of the church, Mrs. S. G. Denmark, introducedMrs. The bride's mother Mrs. Dickinson I their golden wedding anniversary. Silcox.Silcox, assisted by Mrs. Vernon Jackie Hughes and Franklin Star- H. Nolhnan were hostesses during

and lighted cathedral candelabracast Edward A. Hall, executive wore a black dress with I Guests of the Johns for the occasion !ling. the fellowship hour and delicious
a soft glow over the sanctu- secretary: of the local AmericanRed white accessories. The groom's I I were approximately 100 The Mrs. Volley Starling was as refreshments were served by Mrs.
Two satin white urns of Cross Daisy Fowler Circle, Mrs. sisted in serving her Green and :Mrs.
ary. Chapter, as guest speaker. mother, Mrs. Hammond, wore daughter'sguests Bertha Pearce in
'fiends and relatives Maxie Carter
Northern fir boughs, white gladioli Mrs. Hall gave an interestingand gray dress with matching acces including: leader, met Tuesday by Rose Marie's aunt, Mrs. the absence of Mrs. Nollman. I
white and white Mr .-'nd Mrs. Harry Anthony, afternoon in the church with :Mrs. John and
giant mums .enlightening talk on the work sories. Simpson her cousin,, Following the business
pompom chrysanthemums were : the Bradford County Children's Starke.; Patsv Bustin, Jasper; Mrs. Maxie Carter as hostess. Mrs. S. Mrs. Pete Allred. both of Jack Circle 2. which sessionof
A was conducted
placed in the center of each,, side Committee is doing and how theyare reception was held at Lola McCoa Live Oak E. Sparks, program chairman, gave sonville. by the leader Mrs.
: ; Green the devotional
themums. The bride's table was of Mr. and Mrs. Gnann, sister the devotional and was assisted on
of each altar. A progr&nof\ covered with a white satin cloth. interested in all phases,of helping and brother-in-law of the Dade Citj Mr. and Mrs. he program by Mrs. Ernest Brooks was given by Mrs. Jack
nuptial music was presented by In the center was a tiered wedding children. She stated that the I.bride. Bud Goddard and son.'eigh Joe; and Mrs. Daniels. I Donna Pa tray was a petite hostess McComb, secretary of SpiritualLife.
Mrs. Dewey Willis, organist andc topped with a miniature committee has done an excellent Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth 'H anddaughters One to 30 of her little friends at a .
Mr. and Mrs. John Olson 0 job, and Is often cited After a short trip to Cypress new member was welcomed I
sang as
an example lovely
djfhoden party Tuesday afternoon in
Mrs. .
bride's bouquet. On each side of the Jasper; Li at this time. MrsC. D. Williams had the
gardens Bok
Promise Me" and "Because. Tower and other
to other county committeesby Celebration of her 4th
cake were tall, lighted tapers" in points of interest Mr. ; Mr. and Mrs. Spud At the close of the meeting re- [ birthday an- I program and discussed the meaning
marriage and
The bride in Mrs.
given by the Florida Children's Commis- The
Marvin niversary. part was held at t
silver holders. : Starke; Hazel and Jo '< "' ents were served to the"it'bers of the Woman's Society of
her father, was lovely in an original sion. Searle returned to Theressa where
the home of her grandparents :Mr
Lacoochee Mr. and :Mrs. Less Christian Service.
Miss Ann Pincus of Jacksonville ; present
model of imported illusion and I Mrs. Searle will continue to live by Mrs.
Delicious {and Mrs. L. O. Hazen
refreshments W Call I
were Wright Bradenton; Mr. and Mrs. on Mrs. J. .W. Andrews leader
I IL.- of
the bride's book. Mrs. I.
Chantilly lace in ros design, over kept Roy with her mother until her husband I Street.A .
served during the social hour by : Tier
J. VV. Eddy, Waldo; Mrs. Ida Circle 3'opened business
Dewberry and Mrs. Oather Queen session -
:bridal satin. The fitted bodice of gets out of service.
assisted at the bride's table, and Miss Lillian Stump, Miss Dori Sweat, Starke; Mrs. Annie The Ida Darby Cir. .r tho FI-*. pink and blue motif was attn with prayer. Miss Kate
shirred illusion had Searle is
a pointed stationed on the U. S. S. SancFI | '
Stewart and Mrs. "tively in the
Edgar Cottle. ers, Starke Mfs. Jerry I Baptist Church par- Struth gave the devotional
Miss Marilyn Rushton, Miss Sue : ; Mrs. Garl rliu.- usingas
waistline, and over this was worn Monterey at Pensacola and has decorations.
ty The lace covered
son, Starke Mr. and Mrs Wallace leader { her topic "Attention Drivers."
a fitted bolero of lace with long Siprelle, Mrs. Robert Hendersonand returned to his station. ; ews met Tuesday afternoon refreshment table
sleeves that ended in Calla lily Mrs. Robert Bowles poured Starke Woman's Club Mrs. Searle is a secretary in the Solano, Starke; Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs. L. D. Haines as; with a beautiful white was cake centered Mrs. I.' F, Shefa/rd gave a medi-
Harry Eddy. Waldo Ross and I hostess. em tation "God's Beautiful Day" and
points at the wrists. The full skirt punch. Will Meet Electrical Engineering Dept. at bossed with pink icing and
WednesdayThe Edith Moore Starke The restingon "A First Lady'and Her Home"jfrom
; Spike Copen- meeting was with.
had layers of illusion over satin, I Mrs. Moore! chose for her wedding the U. of F. at Gainesville and opened L a reflector.
haner, Jacksonville; Mr. and :Mrs. prayer by Mrs. L. U. Morgan, and t' the World Outlook as the
and featured oversk1rt with three wool suit
an trip a piece Starke Woman's Club will will continue working until Mr. During the afternoon,
the for the afternoon.
Claude Yeomans and family, Lakeland devotional was given :Mrs. program
deep points of lace, and worn over of violet with a mauve satin meet Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: Searle is out of service. by were played led by Mrs. Bobby
a hoop. Her' sheer illusion finger- blouse. She wore black accessoriesand o'clock in the club house for their Mr. and Mrs. R. .0. Dansby and : Mr. and Mrs. James Rich, I L. N. Pickering, program chair McRae. The youngsters were given

tip veil was attached to a tiny halo a white orchid corsage. Jacksonville; Everett Green, Jack man. Theme of the program was favors of paper hats and plastic
of lace and pearls. She carrieda January meeting.The family spent the Christmas holidays sonville; and Mr. and Mrs. Bud I "Prepare Now," and Mrs. Lex baskets filled with
After wedding trip downstate Christmas
a program will be under the (Alvarez, Starke. Green. vim president, in- .
in Ala. an
bouquet of feathered white carnations ;the couple will be at home in Ozark. with relatives.Sorry gave candies.
second vice L.
president Mrs. C. teresting talk on various
and net puffs centered commu- :Mrs. ,
Cochran Ga. Don Patray assisted
was in
Scholl with Mrs. W. B. Mundy, -1. nity missions and the need. Taking
with a white Cattleya orchid and
and for her
Out of town guests attendingwere chairman of the Department of part on the program was :Mrs. daugh
showered with bridal marquisetteand Mrs. T. C. Brooks of Lexington Health and co-chairman, Mrs. J.! Lavern Outlaw. ter's guests, by her mother, Mrs

Miss lace Patsy streamers.Lee Miller of Gaines i Ga.: Mrs. Adair Jr. and L R. Kite, presenting the "Hospital] During the social period refreshments L. O. Hazen
Raymond Moore of Moultrie Ga.: and Community" with R.
program were served to the eight L
ville the maid of honor at
tractively gowned in tullanet and Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Montgomeryand E. Edmondson as speaker. Mr. members and two visitors by Mrs.I Miss Sue \Vitcher The Doctor's Clinic Hospital
Eugene Montgomery of Lake Edmondson is the Bradford County Haines announces the following births;
I assisted by Mrs. Green.
lace in Romany Rose. Especially Weds C. W. Thomas
City; Mrs. Thomas Owens of Jas Hospital Administrator.Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Felix Griffin,

designed to compliment the brIde'sgown per; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coldwell, K. G. Difiican, chairmanof I missed the BPW New her right arm a son, William James, born Dec.
with a shirred bodice and The wedding of Miss Sue Witch
Misses Sheila and Elizabeth Cold- the Department of Music and Year's Eve party at the USO. last 'Twas a happy holiday at The Dora Alderman Circle me 29.Mr.
floor length skirt, it had a pointed I thC I er, daughter of Jerry Witcher of and Mrs. Harold Norman,
well of Tallahassee; Mrs. Ruth L Mrs. Ralph Knight, ''co-chairman, Friday night hear it was one Garl Mathews home the past Tuesday afternoon 'with Mrs. Dora
overskirt of tullanet and a match Starke to C. W. Thomas, son of Starke Shelia Kay,
: Miller Mrs. Powell, Mrs. Beard, will have charge of the musical of the nicest affairs of the holiday when Leona Mathews' sister, Mabel Alderman as hostess and the leader a daughter
ing shrug.jacket of lace. She wore Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomas born Dec. 28.
Miss Martha Dressier Mr. and I portion of the Whisler Centerville Ia. Mrs. James A. Lewis
program. season .. the ballroom was gaily of paidUtem presid-
a matching headdress of velvet |Lawey, will be an event of this Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Starling,
Mrs. Wesley Larson all of Gaines Members are promised an inter- decorated in the club's and a visit for the first time in i
leaves and carried green 7:30 o'clock in
a nosegay ar i ing.The evening, Friday, at : Maxville, a daughter, Pricilla Ann,
ville Mr. and Mrs. Claude Smith afternoon's entertainmentand 28 Mrs. Whisler was with
rangement of feathered pink car ; jesting gold colors with crepe paper years is the program opened the Heilbronn Baptist Church. born Dec. 31.Bradford.
nations with two-tone pink satin Judge and Mrs. Thomas Rivers, all are urged to attend.' streamers and with a huge "Hap- mother of 12 children and has 29 prayer by Mrs. I. E. Clark and -

streamers. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Below, Miss Hostesses for the afternoon will py New Year" on the stage cur- grandchildren which made i a the devotional was given by MrS: I

The two bridesmaids Miss Ann Sue Murphy all of Green Cove be: Mrs. R. B. Alvarez. Mrs. F. B. tains the merry-makers danced grand total of 41 Christmas giftsfor I Jesse Newsome. The programchairman circle held a brief business session County
Springs Miss Joann Beard, Mrs. I. N. Breazeale, Mrs. I Ii Mrs. E. C. Priest, was after which Mrs. Orie Wiggins
Vance and Miss Donna Batchelor, ; Sipos of Lake to the tunes of Larry Gibson's All just her immediate family;
wore gowns identical to the one City. C. A. Futch, Mrs. Lewis Haines, Star Universty Band of which alone! .. Mary Agnes Matthews assisted by Mrs. J. R. Chambers, ![presented a review of"the bookS: I People and Neighbors
Mrs. C. H. Quick, Mrs. P. D. Fan- i Mrs. James Lewis, and Mrs. F. F.' "Under the North Star. ..
entertained at a New Year's Eve
worn by the maid of honor,'but in Lloyd Grider, one of our localites,] Eligible For Cash
P. T. Nolin -
cher Sr. and Flume in assisted by ,
Mrs. L.
S. Hutto. the
presenting topic
Watch Night get-together for
petal pink with matching velvetleaf Supper Party Fetes is the drummer .. tables and a of Doris Knight Circle, },frs.
wreaths in their hair, and chairs were placed around the few of her close friends last Friday i- "Pointing" the Chosen People to Cuttino Mrs. N. S. Dan- Families who are short on Cashto
the Myldred ,
each carried feathered pink earns Holiday Guests Barbara Cameron To dance floor for those who wishedto evening .. Refreshments Way kel, and Mrs. Dave Paulk. pay those overdue bills and
served to
tion bouquets.The sit out a number or two and Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Harris were those bills that are a bit too

little flower girl Miss Jane Mrs. A. N. Holliday and Mrs. Wed Joseph Valinski BPW members took turns pre- and family of Washington, D. C. Alderman.The the 11 members. present by Mrs. The Lottie Moon Circle, Mrs.L. high can look to Marion Finance

McMurthy, wore a petal pink:; ;0. L. Haynes, Sr. entertained ata St. Edward's Catholic Church siding at the snack bar in the have moved out to their home in G. Powell leader, met Tuesday for aid Marion Finance in

floor length gown of crystalette, lovely supper party Thursday; will be the setting for the wedding lounge door prizes, donated by I Pinehaven Paul and One Hut-! Helen Masters Circle Mr S. night at the pastorium with Mrs. Gainesville can either assist bya

featuring an off-shoulder neckline evening of last week honoring Mrs. of Miss Barbara Annette local merchants, were given out j hings have moved from Shepherds F. B. Beard leader, met Tuesday L. D. Haines and Mrs. J. G. Woodas PAYDAY LOAN for SO days

dged with ruffles and a hoop: William Thomson of Montlcello. Cameron, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. before midnight by J. D. !Doyle, Apt. to the Kaufmann Apta. on afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. hostesses. The program was or a 'irionthly Budget Loan with

ekirt 'with 'double ruffled flounces Mrs. John Griffin of Ochlocknee, Harry E. Tucker, to Joseph H. after which the guests were given'. Water Street the J. W. Abells W. Furlong. Mrs. D. L. Thomas, opened with prayer by Mrs. L. D. payments to fit the pocketbook.

caught up with tiny rosebuds. She Ga. and Mrs. Houston McClane of' Valinski, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. hats and noisemakers to welcome have moved from the Davis houseon program chairman, had charge of Haines and the topic, "LeadingtheJews I The interest is .small, for example -

carried a white Basket of rose [Atlanta who were visiting in J. Valinski of Worcester, Mass., in the.new' year among the Church street to their new the program and -gave the devo- to .Christ," was.pcesen $50.00 'for 30 days is j

petals which she scattered in the Starke during the holidays.The Saturday noon at 12 o'clock with out-of-town guests were Marthaan home in Saratoga Heights, Mr. tional. Assisting in presenting the ed by Mrs. Pearl Schropshire, Mrs. only $1.75. CONTACT MARION
path the bride. Christmas motif was used' Father Harold F. Jordan offidatiing. Houston McClane of Atlanta, Leslie and Mrs. Jos. D. Warren and family topic, "Under the North Star," Leila Mundy, Elizabeth Crawford,

}'!rL Pangborn mother of the in the arrangements placed to advantage -I t and Edith Biggs of Decatur, l have moved from the corner i of were Mrs. J. R. Taylor and Mr S. and Frances Barry. Mrs. Randy or CALL COLLECT in and 5333.Gaines-the ,
ville then
bride, was gowned in a blue lace throughout the rooms of A reception will follow the wed, Ga., Buck and Jeannette Williamsof Call and Church streets to Pine- Cula Coran. Chitty sang a solo, accompanied at come pick
and tullanet dress with pink accessories the home. ding at the Starke Woman's Club., Ncwburgh. N. Y., Bobby Cam- haven, the C. A. Parhams moved the piano by :Miss Dorothy Ross. up one trip
and wore a corsage of Twelve guests enjoyed the occasion No imitations are being issued eron and Joe Valinski Mr. and Mrs.J. this week from the. Young Apt..on: The Doris Knight Circle and the During the social period refreshments MARION FINANCE AT

feathered pink carnations. with the hostesses: and hon but all friends of the couple are invited J. Valinski of Worchester, Mass., Christian 'St. to Pinehaven, and Annie Armstrong Circle met jointly were served to the 13 members to
that $25.00
Lonnie Brooks Jr., of Atlanta, ored guests. to attend. Mjr. Herlong Adams of Camp Gor- the Jack R. Smiths have movedfrom i at the church Tuesday nightfor ] present by the hostesses, Mrs. GAINESVILLE for

served as best man, and the ushers dan and others from Raiford, Lake the Dahmer house to Saratoga a covered dish supper. Each Haines and Mrs. J. G. Wood. $300.00.

were the Raymond Moore, brother of PresbyterianVomen L Beta Sigma Phi Butler and Lawtey. Heights hear that Martha -
groom, and Tommie Hearst. I
And there surely was a bunch
Lr. Yancey is now the sole owne.r of
Following was held the in the wedding, a reception ] The three circles of the Presbyterian Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will I that went up to Tallahassee Tues Bobbies and is changing the name

which was Woman's decoratedwith Club Women of the Churchill meet Monday night at 8 o'clock at day for the inauguration it's a i in a contest which is being held
attractively have their monthly'meetings next the home of Mrs. Curtis Malone wonder they didn't land in Miami next week in "You Name The

bells, greenery and white, white and silver [Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. The with Mrs. Victor Frees as co- instead of Tallahassee for the fog Store" contest ending Saturday, iffMwff

pompom chrysan place will be announced later. hostess. and smoke screen that's held us Jan. 15 the winner is to receive -
enveloped every morning this week '
------- -- $10 in merchandise.

. ----- j __ ______ anyhow those spotted up there Well, looks like the weatherman !
were: Charley, Ted, Jerome and I
made a New Year's resolutionto /I
Markleyann Johns, Jane Snow,, give us a little nice weatherfor BOBBIES ,
INVESTMENT Leila Mundy, Ruth and Steve Simmons
OPPORTUNITYThis a change And I hope that'sone
and Kitten '
Doyle Conner
resolution that doesn't
Rev, Lewis and Helen Haines, broken I IS NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT .
Clair Jean Mundy Muriel and I
So long See. you in the next.
Mike Gilhooley Ovid Lewis, Hazel -CarolynL AND IS GOING TO

Is Your'Opportunity To Join And Profit man Ritch Gumber,Frazier Peggy, Judge Shaw Shaller and, Audrey, Lois Jo and Perry-New Joe - --' .-- -. -7- I CHANGE THE NAME OF tHE STOREVISIT I'

man, Hollis Knight, Dewey Wil

From A New Business liams, Carleen Williams, and Eve DA81CTARKE OUR STORE TODAY and SUGGEST A NEW NAME I

Enterprise rett McKinney '
And those attending the Gator FLA. ] \

Bowl game last Friday were Sonja _

In Bradford and John Anderson, Art and Hope Fri., Sat.-Jan. 7, 8 FREE $10
County Holliday, Alyce and Bill Graham, DOUBLE FEATURE -
Martha and Houston McClane,,

Buddy and Lil Bishop, Junius and Black Hills Ambush FOR THE NAME SELECTED IN MERCHANDISEIN

Virginia Smith Martha and Jimmy With Allan "Xot'k Lane
lilgham Enterprises, Inc. is now proceeding with plants to construct a Moore Vic and Charlotte Frees, -AndElephant-) THE EVENT OF DUPLICATE WINNERS THEY WILL DRAW for PRIZE

modern feed mill at Brooker. When complete this mill will offer custom and Jewett and Dee Fogg .

grinding and mixing services to farmers and ranchers inand; Congrats to James and June Walk I II
near Our
ford All Groover We Are Discontinuing Our Shoe Department Enlarge
type feeds, including mash crumbles, :and pellets will of the Starke Coca-Cola Elizabeth: Taylor, Dana Andrews ,
be manufactured.This Bottling Co. and Fred and Hazel Plus Serial "Batman" Chap 12 I I Stock Of MEN'S .-. WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'S
Guy of the Gainesville Bottling Co. And Comedy for Children
mill for winning the coveted Increasein ... READY TO WEAR

ranchers in will not only provide a much needed sen-ice to farmers and Sales prize for the past :year Sun., Mon. and Tues.
; Bradford
locally County but Mill provide a new cash market for They are leaving today for a five- I Jan. 9, 10, 11

. grown feedstuffs, thereby placing many thousands of dollars, day trip and vacation in Mexico DOUBLE FEATURE

which are now lost to out of state trade, into local trade channels. City see Lucille Alvarez Mizell Combat Squad DRESS SALE BEGINS MONDAY, JAN 10TH It t I

has returned to Ruby Johns Beau

The key to success of .this project is the fact that Bigham Enterprises ty Shop as an operator and John Ireland and Lon McCallister: ENDS SATURDAY JANUARY 15th
Inc. glad to hear that Nelma Keen AndKnock ,
presently uses -
enough feed in its own Broiler Plant to assure
profitable feed mill operation.To a has again set up her alteration: On WoodWith
shop at the Starke Laundry ENTIRE STOCK OF EXTRA DRESS

see that Rose Strickland is also Danny Kaye
help finance construction of this feed mill Bigham Enterprises, Inc. back at her old stand at the Starke Plus Color Comedy for -Children Ladies FALL DRESSES I I

is presently offering 15,000 shares of its Registered Common Stock for Laundry glad Ewell Lawson: $1.00

sale to residents of Florida. Cash and Installment Sales are being made. is back on his feet and returned to Wed., Thurs.-Jan. 12. 13 ONE DRESS, REG. PRICE I
work last Monday after undergoing DOUBLE FEATURE I Buy Early While Selection. is Good ,

an operation recently The Stranger tf f
.. Green were spotted waterskiing L- Wore A Gun PLEASE DROP YOUR NAME SUGGESTION IN BOX AT DOOR. t

on Crosby lake New Year's Randolph Scott and ClaIr Trevor ,

BIGHAM ENTERPRISES INC. Day, and Tombo had to top it ofl -And- I II

with a brief, a very brief, swimin You Name It

BROOKER, FLORIDAOR the icy water sorry to hear The Sea Around Usla

that Kathleen Thomas is confined Technicolor I I

TELEPHONE BROOKER; 2382 with chicken pox and Dorothy Plus Color Comedy for Children i_:MARTHA YANCEY, Owner 145 W. Call St. Starke, FIa.J 11

d Savage, age 11, fell out of a tree
-' -- -- I the last day of the year and broke: __JII______ .:


I \

.JANUARY, 7, 1955

I" I Mr. and : Robert Firth Mrs. -. ,--- --
Mrs. and R. C
Dampier spent Thurs- Mrs W. J. Dodd and children ,
H. VERY Plaintiff, right of of '
children returned home Monday day and Friday of last week in spent the Christmas holidays in vs. I number 200 way for said a distance State Road of I'I'I I plaintiffs.. whose attorney.address is A.:1 Z.SE Adkins.Jr. First.

after two weeks visit with friends Jacksonville visiting Mr. and Mrs.P. Durant and Carthage Miss.. with RAYMOND NOTICK SAUVE.TO I1KFEMJ Defendant. .I Two Hundred (200):! feet thence I I Avenue, Gainesville, Florida, and t
and relatives in Flint and Belleville A. Dampier-and run Westerly and parallel with file the original in the office of j
on business.
relatives. RAYMOND
SALVE whose res- i the South line of said :Section: !' the Clerk of said Court on or bt'-
Mich. Try our Sanitone. Cleaning and Quick Service on Rough Dry & idence and address as particu- I Twenty-one (%1). a distance of !!! fore February 7, 1955. ,
larly as is known Is 2328 Car- two hundred twenty (220):!:! feet :I If !
Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Burdeshawof St4.Yu finishing on better I j you fail to do so. judgment by
your Wet Wash at Starke Cleaners son Street. Detroit, thence
Dry Michigan I run at right angles {default will be taken against you 1 j
Panama City were guests. of dresses and suits and whose address for the eriy to the South line
Starke Dry i Laundry. re- of south'I''I''I'I for the relief demanded in said i
IN THE NEWSMr. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Taylor Thursday Cleaners &: Laundry. criving of mail is 2328: CarsonStreet. (I Section Twenty-one (:n. omplaint. i
:: Detroit, Michigan: ,' run Easterly along the South line DONE LCD ORDERED Starke.Bradford .
r to Sunday of last week. :Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Biggs and OTICB OF INTKNTION TO You are hereby notified that tint I'I of said Section Twenty-one tell County. Florida' this 5 d.>' I
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyers children of Decatur, Ga. HEGIVTEK FIITiTIOI'SAMF: nas been brought against you m the I to said point of beginning; subject I'I''I of January 1955OFFICIAL ,
; Notice: Is
spent hereby given that the Circuit Court in and for Bradford to a road right ff +
way aver SEAL.
'" I IIIIII I I '11, III III1 I I I and daugh r, Sandi,*of Jackson- last week with Mr. and Mrs. B. undersigned, under the provisionsof County. Florida, as above entitled; i: the South :23! feet of said land. rlerk. Circuit) CharlO'Hdrby Court,
I ville spent the New Year's holi- A. Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Ver- Acts Chapter of 1941 20.953 will, Laws of Florida, the nature of said suit is for damages ': and Mibjf t to II! 4> r i'Unty [a7Cexwhich I llntfiforii C..only
and Mrs. Garl Mathews had Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Paterson and days wjth Mr. and Mrs. Junius non Silcox. Clerk of the Circuit register Court with in and the for the breach of those two ,i andiu ttigianiee* assume' ; i] H\ Marian U[ Cros>. l>eputMerk! "
ait: i
certain lease agreements dated hereby required tt A 7. Xdkin. ,
Jr. i SK Kirtenue.
as weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. children spent the holidays in Bar- Smith. Miss Sue Biggs ofgSt. Augustinewas for Bradford County State of Flor December :JO, 1951, and February i 'i\f a i.'j.,,'* ..i '\..,ii answer "I'I i i .;a 1111"'>vilii Florida Attorney for
Dillon Whisler and children of tow and Fort Lauderdale.with rela Quick Service on Rough Dry & the weekend guest of Mr. and upon of this receipt notice of proof the fictitious of publication by 11 195!,and respectively the above named entered into pleading t !h. .miplaint on II Ii l Pla.nIlH. i : 4t 1 23 I

Neptune Beach, Mr. and Mrs.,Carl tives. Wet Rash at Starke Dry Cleaners Mrs. G. J. McGriff Jr. and Mr.|name, under of Dixie Motor Court Restaurant ,you covering the building (located plaintiff I
Wnisler of Centerville, Ia.. Bruce Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly drove & Laundry. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox. business at 702 which Temple I am Ave.engaged, Starke in on the following described land |i,

Mathews and Bob Henry of Gainesville their daughter, Kathryn, tack to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hammond of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Brown Jr. of Fla.Anthony owned County by you and Florida situated, and in Bradford mur-

her studies at U of F. on Sunday Cerro Gordo, ]J(. C., and :Miss DeFuniak Springs were. Saturday Starke, Fla., Favota Leasee., Walnut St., particularly described as follow: ,,::1
afternoon. guests of Mr. Dated this 7th day of Beginning at the intersection of I i
Nancy Hammond and January
of Winston L. A.
Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth and A.D.. 1955 at Starke, I the South line of Section Twen-i
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Frees and Salem, N. C., have returned home, Davis. County Florida. Bradford ty-on (21), Township Six <6) '
Penny, and Mrs. J. L.
children attended the Gatoramain having been One Stop and Curb Service I 1/7 4t 1/28:! South Range Twenty-two (22): !i
Hair and daughter, Ann of Lake the guests of Mr. and at East, with the West line of the
City spent'from'Tuesday to Satur- Jacksonville last Thursday eve- Mrs. 1... A. Wynn at Hampton Lake. Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry. I In The Circuit Court Of Florida right of way of State Koad num- Dedicated To Community Service _
day of last ning. Other recent guests were Mr. and Mr'and Mrs.'Charles Darby met Eighth Judicial Circuit In And oer 200 (formerly State Road j -Mones Are Better Than Eter"
week in Laurens thence run Northerly -
S. C. For Bradford number U)
1 Table of Specials.- Sweaters, Mrs. R. E. Gertz, Lake their daughter Virginia Jean, in Coomtr. line of the I
visiting Mr. Mrs. City, and JAXIE JI. CAKSWELL, along the If
James formerly find
aDd F.
Hollingsworth. Blouses and Jerkins $1 and $2, Mrs. Delia Gertz of Greenville, HI Jacksonville Sunday evening. She i i you your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad
Values to $5.95 and $9.95 at Leila's. Mrs. Merrill Struth and family was just returning from a week's cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS

Try our Sanitonet Cleaning and Lt. Patrick McGriff spent the spent the weekend in Deland with visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr. FOOD AT THE BEST : Fri..
8taNu finishing on your better past week in New York City seeing Mrs. E. A. Whitnel. land Mrs. P. F. Maguire, in Washington Ri1e Double Sat.- Jan. 7, 8 Tues.. Wed. -Jan. 11. 12

dresses and suits Starke Dry .the sights and attending the Mrs. M. C. Giddens and childrenof I D. C. DIXIE RESTAURANT Feature
Cleaners & Laundry. theatre. Lakeland. Ga. were visiting :Mr. New Alteration Dept." at Starke ::7 YmE1' 1 x<

Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Harris and and Mrs. W. J. Studstill Sundayto ,Dry Cleaners" & Laundry with Mrs AFFILIATED WITH DIXIE MOTEL y
Guarantee Your $ daughters of Gainesville; were holi- Wednesday.Mrs. 'Nelma Keen in charge.Mr. ; ; BDKEAD
9 day guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. W. H. Nollman returned and Mrs. E. M. Davis, and f
PICTURE TUBE McGriff, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Lex home Monday after having Satur Mr. and Mrs. John Mixon and family Now Under New ManagementHome I i and0T

10 In. to 21 In. Per Year Green. day evening dinner with Mr. and spent New Year's day with:Mrs.
Call 239 For Mr. Mrs. J. M. Edwardswere Folks Especially Welcome 1 C
Details and Mrs. Crosby H. Dawkins in Jacksonville P. E. Stone and Miss Mamie An-

CHAS. C. SHEPHERDRADIO in Miami over the weekena being an overnight guest derson in Archer. REASONABLE PRICES I' A Paramount Picture
TV and attended the Orange Bowl Saturday of 'Mr. and Mrs. T. Miss Shirley Colley and Mr. and fysZW MW///D
I game. Oliver Mrs. James Stewart left Monday
Jr. at Fernandina Phone 9115HUNDREDS -.Am---
for: Washington, D. C., after spending i
and attending the family reunionat SPENCER TRACY
Anomi ntiiimc rujutowit runnsmi
the holidays with their mother, !
11 the country home of her sister,, INGRID UNABERGMAN'TURNER
I Men's Clothing Mrs. C. W. Denny at Shellman's Mrs. M. H. Colley. afstafsFurCoat ,
ALVAREZ' STORE II' Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dansby and
Established 189-1 Bluff, Ga. on Sunday. I
WTO fuiuKi pwcuom or
.family of Perry and Mr. and Mrs. I
Try our Sanitone Cleaning and I R. J. Andrews and family of Wes- DR. JEKYLL
StaNu .
finishing on your better
connett were Sunday guests of Mr.
and suits Starke Dry and Mrs. R. O. Dansby.
Cleaners & Laundry. PAUL DOUGLAS .
Miss Dorothy Harrison of Jacksonville
OPERATED BY ALTON DOBBS Plus! "This lt! A Uung" Cartoon
M. L. Lawson returned home Mrs. Charlie "
e was visiting Ii'e Follies"" Cartoon and
Latest WorM
of details are managed and economically News
Sunday from St. Vincent's hospital I Cowen Wednesday of last week. :I last Chap. of Canadian Mounted
after being confined there for the Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle drove attended that only a trained! and \'%. Atomic Inc. E. W. HAYES
past week for observation. Tommy Gill back to his studies at careful organization can attend when I

Cook'sGrocery Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Piercy and U. of F. on Sunday morning. I( the urgent need for serving is at Sun.. Mon. Jan. 9, 10 Thur Fri.-Jan. 13 14

three children of Havelock, N. C. Mrs. Cecil Sewell and daughter, i hand. Bolder than ever! I
spent last week with the Piercy's Pam, and Mrs. Doyle Conner spenta WWfATED! FOR ACADEMY AWARD!* '
daughter, :Mrs. Jack Detweiler an a few days this week with their Better than ever!
Mr. Detweiler. mother, Mrs. B. E. Bennett, in DeWITT C. JONESPhone I tnawPUSS-a: nmuataiAq ___ ::
Marianna who fell Dec. 31 MARLON BRANDO JAMES MASON
I on 7 Starke, Fla. :
Final Fall Clearance Sale t
broke her shoulder. ro-..._ .#.. I JOHN GJELGUD LOUIS CALHERN
Hat and $-1 and at
Bags $2 $6
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and Leila's. )Funeral Director Ambulance Service DEBORAH OR In

daughter, Evelyn, spent the weekend -
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Mr. and tau local funeral home enable G.t to offer convenience
PHONE 405 visiting relatives in Manchester ai 4 I JULIUSCAESAR
Mrs. Jimmy Chasteen and son, J., services not otherwise available. II I
Jax Hiway We Deliver Open Thurs. Afternoons Roy, and Mrs. J. E. Futch return- t+
Mrs. J. F. Rogers returned to r
., i -
I ed home Sunday afternoon after I A t
her home in Jacksonville Wednes !
MAXWELL HOUSE With $ spending 12 days visiting: Dr. an We furnish the J 4 :
day after several months visit in highest type eervlce at lowest prices, and (MtBTHf '
i; :Mrs. M. C. Stith and family in PATRICIA MEDBIAA / M-G-M PIdft
Starke with her daughter, Mrs. accept AM life Insurance policy, In force, learned by ANY
Falls Church, Va., and Miss Mary .';.. ....
5.0099LCOCA Merritt Williams. company: as payment In part or In full on a fueeraL Plus Hunting \"Won't Go"
Brownlee in Baltimore,Md.
Cartoon and Latest Plus "Puss's Boos" Cartoon
Consultation carries News
Quick Service on Rough Dry & i I }lr. and Mrs. E. D. Tenly and I no obligation., ........."
Wet Wash at Starke Dry Cleaners son, Sonny, spent the weekend in I ## '1 J ,

&: Laundry.Mrs. Ridgeville, Ga., visiting Mr. and

Edward Burns ana her s m. I,Mrs. W. R. Walters.

ter-I -law, Mrs. J. P. Morgan ot I One Stop and Curb Service at
6 Bot Ctn C Dallas, Texas, spent the weekend Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry.

COLA 21 touring through St. Petersburg, I Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Faulk

Sarasota and Tampa. Mrs. Morgan and daughters of Jackonville AL

returned to her home in Dallas Beach spent the weekend with the
ANY BRAND on Monday after spending tit* !senior and junior Maxie Carters.

Tall Cans holidays with Mrs. Burns. I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Valinski and

MILK 3 37' Mr. and Mrs. Gay Rimert and daughter, Eleanor and son, Eddie,

son, Gay,_ Jr.., spent the.past two, of Worchester, Mass., arrived Gist
weeks in Cincinatti, Ohio, visiting Wednesday of last week to be theguests'
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. ,

BROOMS$ $1.25: Value 9BC and Mrs. J. T. Trussell and family. Tucker and family until Sunday.

Mrs. Hogan Smith was the overnight Mrs. Jack Dempsey and rail
guest last Thursday of Mrs. dren of Gainesville were weekend
Thomas guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Holt-
Oldham in Jacksonville.
BLACKBURN 1.2 GAL. JAR zendorf Sr. and the junior Holt-
Diana Smith of Winter Gardenspent

the holidays with her father, zendorfs.
Specials on Suits, Dresses, Skirts

SYRUP 49CPLANTATION nadoe Eldridge of Smith.Palatka Mrs.is spending'F. W. Vat this and Blouses. and Mrs at Leila's.Mr. J. D.. Doyle and 5TH 6TH flH 8TH' -

week with Mr. Smith. As
Fay Gilljspenl Sunday afternoon Always CASH Sale
One Stop .and Curb Service at 1955
in Jacksonville visiting Mr. and
Starke Dry Cleaners & ONLY All
Laundry. Mrs. E. T. King. Item CASHALL
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Schwab and
Lb Pkg daughter of Pittsburgh, Pa. haverented 'NE'Altt"ratioo" Dept. at Starke
GRITS 5 31C Mrs. D. E. Knight's new Dry Cleaners & Laundry with Mrs. CARTER All Khaki and Grey 3.95 Men's or Ladies' (I don'tcare
Nelma Keen in .
charge.Keystone ALL SUITS
block house on Sanderson Lane and DRESS SHOES who) Button Front

will move, in as soon as their WORK PANTS SweatSHIRTS
PLANTATION household goods arrive from Pitts Women Reduced from $8.95 to Have Been Marked Down

Lb Pkg burgh. Mrs. Schwab is the former Hear Young LadiesThe $4.99 a pair From10T Reduced to
MEAL 5 31C Virginia Anderson, daughter of Mr.
and.Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Sr. Keystone Heights Woman's 25% 295 Reduced from 2.95 ToSPORT

Mrs. Hogan Smith drove to Orlando Club held its Christmas luncheon Crosby Square
PURE last Friday to get JoAnn p2.rtyat the Club House on Dec. 28 SHOES 4 DAYSCambridge ONLY 1.00

Smith and Flo Slade who had been with 35 members and guests enjoying AllSPORT
LARD 1/2 Jar 49CIRISH the attending past week.the Twirling Clinic there very fine both program.the delicious The tables food were and Were $12.95 COATS Cloth Rubber Top C o. All Arrow Elbeco, Wings and

1 BOY 75; Guage Hose $-1.95 at decorated 'a
attractively following O.99
With $5.00 Order 10 LBS. Leila's. Christmas theme. now 20% OFF SHOESReduced SHIRTS
Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd had I Mrs. J. C. Detweiler, program i 10DRESS
as Christmas guests Mrs. Annie chairman; introduced the five I Florsheim Two Tone from 3.95

Potatoes 19'FIUM Laura Neuner of Tampa, T. R. honored guests who gave a youthful 33 Reduced
Jones of Orange Lake, and Mr. and spirit of Christmas to the pro- SPORTSReduced TOP COATS 2-" 1Q

Mrs. G. E. Miller and son Jack of gram. They were: Miss Mary Ann

Starke. Morgan, Miss Bobbe Bastedo, From $17.93 to LI'ght1'" ht and Heavy If I happ ?t tomention

RIPEBANANAS Mr.,and Mrs. Fred Graudon and Miss Sue Siprelle, and the :Misses 10,99 Gabs and Weather Proofs All Keds enth'n in my
children returned to their homeat Sandra and Bobbin Weichel. in this ad I will still

2 Lbs i 19C Kingsley Lake Tuesday after Miss Morgan played a piano Reduced 20% BOOSTERSReduced Give t You
spending the holidays with Mrs. solo, "The Skater's Waltz," Miss All Top Grade, Clean, .

Graudon's parents, Mr. and Mrs.S. giprelle explained the newly formed from 6.95 and 10% OFFDUNGAREES

. A. Wentling, in Palmyra, Pa. Little Woman's Club of Starke, SPORT SHiRTS 8 Oz. 5.95 to
YELLOW Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepherd and Miss Bastedo sang "My Hero" and SO HELP ME!
Lbs children of Tampa were New Year's "I'll Never Walk Alone,' and Miss 4.99 Pr.
ONIONS 3 1SC visitors of Mr. and Mrs. I. P. !Weichel spoke of her college life Reduced 20% 10 Inch Pull oh and Lace
Shepherd.Mrs. !at Penn State. Reduced from $1.93
: R. S. Fernandez returnedto AH Wool
Miss Weichel is a senior at Penn BOOTS
her home in Starke Wednesday State and will* have President Eis Some Long Sleeve 1.69 SHIRTS I
LETTUCE 2 2SC following a several months stayin enhower as her commencement SPORT SHIRTS (Wolverine) were 10.95
Silver Springs, Md. Rev. and speaker. :Milton Eisenhower, the 2.25.Now 1.89 Values to $9.95 Now NOW for 4 day only
Mrs. Warren Kaufmann drove her I president's brother, is president Reduced From $2.95 to 2.75 Now 2.25

back, but their immediate plansare cf Penn Stat Miss Weichel talked .g9 .95
WESTERN MEATY All Best Grade Chippawa 7
to return to Maryland.New about the college's friendliness, J.45 V
Lb Alteration Dept. at Starke the four-to-one boy-girl ratio, and and Wolverine How Can We Do It?
PORK RIBS T Dry Cleaners & Laundry with Mrs. the "Hello Walks." SHOES THIS SEASON'S

Xelma Keen in charge. Mrs. Detweiler presented each DRESS"PANTSWORK CorduroySHIRTS .

r. .. of the girls with a charm braceleton I SWEATERSIx
TENDER, JUICYCHUCK behalf of the Woman's Club. oono

Lb FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S Mrs. Gay Livingston, program Weight or Heavy, Were to 5.95 all to go at Long Sleeve were 8.95
ROAST 29C chairman for the meeting, had arranged Botany, Curlee or Boys NOW 6.95and Short

for a display and lecturer Hubbard Sleeve were 4.95 NOW
JUST ONE on flower arrangement, but due I Reduced % OVERALLSPlease 349DRESS
to bad weather the fresh flowers JQ 3.45
All Meat Lb FRIGIDAIRE, were destroyed an4 the lecturerwas ( help us get rid of

STEW S 39C I Made only by General unable to come. Mrs. Florence ',I' One Rack them) Reduced from SHIRTS Good Grade
Harris ably filled In 2.95 to
Motors All other commenting
Corp. little Were to UNDER SHIRTS and
on Christmas DRESS PANTS A Dirty -
by toe
Electric Refrigerators are
b' made by ether companies members. Mrs. Livingston showed 95;' 3.95 NOW SHORTS
49C Reduced to
CHEESE'Daisy colored slides of other Garden (as marked) Some
and cannot use the word Club .7 9
dsplays. 1
Frigidaire. Brief announcements were made reduced J% or more Black 45'

FRESH I GROUND -3 LBS. regarding the New Years Eve Have to see to believe'SUIT CASES If you hurry you might

Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE open house, and the next regular get an Arrow

meeting on Jan. 11 at 1 p. m. All Top Grade, Clean, Reduced from 4.95 to All Short Sleeve'1SPORT $1.50.Blue Chanbray
Hamburger $1We ? ? .. Buck Skein Joe

THEN SEE Guarantee Your $9.95 JACKETSReduced 1.99.Cash SHIRTS WORK SHIRTS

E. H. SMITHTenth PICTURE TUBE bring 'em back, Values to 2.95 NOW Reduced To
Have Several Kinds of 10 In. to 21 In. Per Year 2001.Dohn't might not stand
FISH Call 239 For Details
the trip 1.29 I19FRIDAY

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VVTVVTYYVTVVVYVYYYYVYVYYVYVVYTVYTTYmYVVYVYYYYY4ii .yyyyyyyyyyyyYYYYY'VVYY- Florida I. Cfc.ne* ,.. { IB Circuit Court, Bradford CouMy. residence and address is Hl1- boundary a distance of five hun 645.09) feet to a concrete rr..JntJ'
Henry, L.. Maree Plaintiff, vs. Laura Florida: IB Chancery.George geria Street, Coral Gables, Florida dred eleven and nine tenths \ ment on aforementioned Northerly -
Uaree, Defendant. W. Allen. Plaintiff, vs. Dor- Louis Torruella sometimes knownas (511.9) feet to the Westerly boundary; run thence N& :'' .
BRANCHby Case Jfo. 10-810 othy Belle Allen Defendant. Louis Torruella Jr., whose last boundary of the right-of-way of eighty-eight (SS) degree ar.d
LONG !Notice To Appear.To Case :Xo. 10-S02 known address and residence was Westmoreland Street; run thence thirty-six (36) minutes Wet
: Laura Maree, whose residenceand Notice To AppearTo Key West. Florida; Charles Torrnella North zero (0) degrees and fifty along said Northerly boundary a
address is: 567 Madison Avenue : Mrs. Dorothy Belle whose residence and address is minutes East along the said distance of one hundred thirt> -
DIARY : Mrs. J. L. Stricklandand I Elizabeth, New Jersey, c/o Mrs. whose residence and Allen'l 2796 33rd Avenue, Miami, Florida: Westerly boundary of said right- seven and twenty-three hur.dr--.d-
Antonio Jose. Government Street. Kittery, ) Frances Torruella Sebastian, whose of-way a distance of six hundred ths (137.23) feet to a point "-f I t-
Jimmy LangAjAAALAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA You are hereby notified that a You are hereby notified that a residence and address is No 1 Doc- forty-four and three tenths i ginning. Said Parcel C c.r.r..1' -
suit for for divorce I tor Ninosa Street, Bayamon, Puerto (644.S feet to the Southerly lug one and eighty-eight hL-.-
Divorce has been filed against you in the Rico; Albert Torruella whose residence boundary of the right-of-way of I dredths (1.89) acres more ->r U*-
: ( I'.. TIle author will be glad to re- < has been filed against you In the above named Court and cause and and address is AFS06 Opera- the Seaboard Air Line Railroad; You and each of you arc h<.-. -
last Friday and tions Squadron, Lake Charles AFB thence North by notified that a Bill of Cd"
We were surprised above named Court and cause you are required to serve a copy of run eightyeighttSS I -
: I celve Items of Interest concern- :Moore called on us you are required to serve a copy vf your answer or pleading to the complaint Louisiana; Clementine TouAella I ) degrees and forty (40) minutes ,! plaint has been filed in the C.: -
Ing tile activities of formers In when Chauncey 'your answer or pleading to the on the Plaintiff; Attorney James, whose residence and addressis West- along said Southerly cult Court of Bradford 'nun1 s.
and asked us to serve as chairman complaint on the Plaintiffs Hon. Carlos E. Harper, 204 W. 15 Bobolink Road, Yonkers New boundary a distance of five hun- Florida, in Chancery, by Sit .'hr'
: Bradford County. Suggestions maybe "March of Dimes" drive in Attorney Gerald R. Hart, 202 University Ave.. Gainesville, Fla. York, and Virginia Torruella dren twenty-six and six tenths I E. Simmons and Ruth Irene S >',
left at the Telegraph oUlce.or of the Smith Building, Jacksonville, Florandaflle and file the original In the office or Green whose residence and addressis 56.6 feet to a concrete monument mon!\ his wife, as Plaini-.ffs. 41 !
this section. We do not have a the Clerk of the Cifcuit Court on 6165 Pine Tree Drive, Miami run thence South 0 degrees against you and each of >vu ->-
mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lawtey and we could never walk too the original In the office 'or before the 24th day of January, each, Florida, if alive, and the Unknown 30 minutes East and parallel to I defendants; that the nature '
By Sam McGarvey car, of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on 1955; otherwise the allegations of : spouse of each of them ifall'e. aforementioned Westerly bound- said suit is to quiet and c>>nf'r:
: I well with this crippled leg of ours I II or before the said Complaint will be taken as and if any of them be dead.to ary a distance of six hundred the title of plaintiffs Stephen E;
. ." a aaALAAAAAAAAAaAIAAAAAALA ., (it is just about three inches 31 day of January, 1955; confessed by you. the unknown spouse heirs devisees forty-three and six tenths 643.6 Simmons and Ruth Irene Simmons -
.. ******." """"------------------------ ., said his wife .
tAAAl otherwise the allegations r grantees, iegatees, assignees feet to a point of beginning.Said to the above described
. shorter than the "good" one), but I Complaint wilt be taken as confessed This notice shall be published creditors and other claimants. Parcel B containing seven lands as a fee simple
As we are about to Install an of the plants are about the size we will do the best 'we can. by you. once weeks each in the week Bradford for foul County consecutive Tele- by through, under or against each and sixty-eight hundredths (7.68) title; and you are required to appear -
and some are This notice shall be publishednee and every of the above named persons acres, more or Ies. j and serve a copy of your ai-
irrigation system on our farm just of a dinner plate. I've never had polio, but I knowit each week for four consecutive graph.Dated this 21st day of December who are deceased; to the PARCEL C. For point of refer- ewer or pleadings on Plamufi-
word now con- the size of a quarter, tut at least weeks in the Bradford County Florida Railroad Company a corporation attorney, A. J. Thomas. J-
about every is worse than a hip Telegraph 1954. Florida Railroad Company ence commence at the Southwest whose address is Stark Florida
cerns "gallons per minute," we have a 100 per cent stand. We and I know how much it meansto Dated this 27 day of December, OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Charles Circuit A. Darby Court ot the State of Florida. The Ambler Corner of said Southeast Quart and to file the original of your
"static dynamic head," "horse this week to be able to walk even 1954. Marian L.. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. umber Company and The Atlantic er (SE H of Southeast QuarterSE answer or pleadings in the oftke
or a few berries them A. By
picked Charles Darby
(OFFICIAL SEAL) 12/24 4t 1/14 Lumber Company, Inc., the Atlantic ( \ ) and run thence North of the undersigned Clerk of Circuit -
power," or "gallons per sprinkler. and have some bloom and some If it's with a limp or a cane. Clerk of the Circuit Court Suwannee River and Gulf Railway zero (0) degrees and thirty (30) Court on January 24, 1J5.S
After investigating a great deal, By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. Company, a corporation and the minutes West along the Westerly otherwise the allegations of said
green fruit. We never know who the next 1/31 H 1/21 IB The Circuit Court Of Florida Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company boundary thereof a distance of complaint will be taken as con
including visits to nearby farms S S victim of polio will be, but we do: Eighth Judicial Circuit, IB And a corporation of Virginia and eighteen (18) feet to the North- fessed by you.
where irrigation systems are in- i OTICB OF INTENTION: TO For Bradford County their unknown successors, trustees, erly boundary of a County Road; IT IS FURTHER
Gave some of the tiny plants a individual family ORDERED
know that no' REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME In Chancery. stockholders and other claimants run thence South eighty-eight (88 that this Order
stalled, we decided to take the dose of liquid fertilizer, which Includes I can afford the expensive care needed -: Notice is hereby given that the STEPHEN E. SIMMONS AND RUTH by through or under them; and to degrees and thirty-six (36) minutes Notice be forthwith of Publicationand published
and began by obtaining a with undersigned, under the provisionsof IRENE SIMMONS his jvif*. all other persons claiming any East along said Northerly once each week for -
step trace elements, along i for polio victims. Could you Chapter S0.953. Laws of Florida. Painttffs, right, title, lien or interest in or boundary a distance of five hundred weeks tour consecutive
loan. Next we- asked an outfit in some DDT to kill the tiny wormsin pay for treatment if one of youi : Acts of 1941 will register with the vs. to the following described property eighty-six and nine tenths County Telegraph in the Bradford
Gainesville for some cost figures, tank I! Clerk of the Circuit Court in and FLORIDA RAILROAD COMPANY, situate in Bradford County Florida 5S6.9) feet to the Easterly boun tied a duly qual'-
.. the buds. Used a spray ? ; newspaper published in said f
loved ones got polio for Bradford County, State of Florida a corporation, et al.. to-wit: dary of the right-of-way of County.
and they obliged promptly by and as usual it clogged and Sam' Just put your dimes and dollarsin upon receipt of proof of publi- Defendants. Three parcels of land lying In Westmoreland! Street for point of
bringing out a small system to blew his top before he. was done .a jar, and we will be around at I cation of this notice Motel, the under fictitiousname whichI ORDER. OF PUBLICATION ADOTIE the Southeast Quarter (SE'J) rf beginning. From point of begin seal WITNESS at Starke my, hand Bradford and nffu-ia':
of 301 Star TO APPE.RTHE the Southeast Quarter (SE%) ef ning thus described run North County
de onstrate. Unfortunately, with it. the end of the month to collect am engaged in business on U. S. STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: Section twenty-nine (%9). Town- zero (0) degrees and fifty (50) Florida this December 23rd, 1954
engine quit so we didn't get to S. S the over 301 north of Starke, Fla. James T. Soutter. whose last known ship Six (6) South Range Twen- minutes East along said Easter (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
and turn money
these jars Cassiato. Route 2, Box and State ly Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad-
August address was of the City boundary a distance of six
ty-two (22) East in the City of
sei how the system worked. They Ed brought with him a little to the right authority. If you pre- 54-A Starke Fla., sole owner. of N. Y., and John McRae, whose last Starke Lfadford County, Flori- hundred forty-four and forty- ford County, Florida.
coming back again this week, Dated this 17th day of Decem- known address was of the City of eight hundredth (644.4S 12/24
ere garden roto-tiller, which really fer bring your donations to :Mrs.J. da. Said parcels hereinafter referred feet to 41 I 14
ber A.D., 1954 at Starke Bradford Wilmington, North Carolina. as the Southerly boundary
so'we'll how it works. to as Parcel A, Parcel B of the
see does pulverize the soil. He usedit L. Strickland but don't fail to Florida.In Florida Railroad right-of-way
County, trustees of the and Parcel C and being more of the Seaboard
S S .J' II to dig a harrow seedbed along help these helpless people. J/17 4t 1/7 Company, of the State of Florida particularly described as follows: Air Line Railroad; run thence Guarantee Your $ .95
Of course the first problem we r and their successors and assigns. PARCEL A. Commence at the South eighty-eight (38) degreesand 9
the front fence and AUce planted J. L. Strickland
At this writing The Circuit Coctl 01 Bradford Charles F. Mitchell Edwin B. Staples Northwest Corner of said South- forty (40) minutes East PICTURE TUBE
have in irrigation is the source of some sweet peas. The job was is very ill with "flu." We rather Count?! Florida, I. Chancery. Lydia Ellis Mary J. Mitchell, east Quarter (SE:!,) Southeast along said Southerly boundary a
water, and as a starter we. are done in one tenth the time would but we can- Della Cumyle Ingram Plaintiff vs. Jessee N. Jones, also known as Quarter (SE%) for point of ref distance of one hundred seven- 10 In. to 21 In. Per Year
think it is pneumonia, teen
Jesse N. Jones. also known as J. and forty-eight
we\l" Herbert Lewis Ingram, Defendant.Case erence and run South eightyseven hundredths Call
trying the two-inch "rock have taken by hand, and done bet-. not get him to go to a doctor, and No. 10-800 :\. Jones, and Annie V. Jones, his, (37)i degrees and eighteen (18) (117.4S) feet to an iron stake 239 For Details
which is located by the packing ter. to I Order Of Publication And NoticeTo wife, Isabel P. Hitch whose residence minutes East along the Northerly run then.'e South zero (0) de.rees CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
he is too big for me carry. Starke, Florida and
Appear State Of Florida To and address is boundary thereof a distance of ; fifty-fi.-e ((55) minutes ,
shed near the railroad tracks. Before SHe don't know what to do. Any suggestions Herbert Lewis Ingram. whose Cornelia P. Long, whose residence twenty-five and fur hundredths East a distance of six hundred RADIO TV
the. engine quit working, we ha been using the same tool ? residence and address is: Route 1. and address is Starke. Flori- (25.04) feet to point of beginning. forty-five and nine hundredths I

measured the flow and found it to in the kitchen garden; where that We received a short note from Clintwood.are Virginia.You required. to appear on da dence; Lois and P.address Perryman.is Starke whose, Florida resi-- described From point continue of beginning South elghty-thus

be about 35 gallons per minute, e'e debil Bermuda grass has almost our daughter saying all the Langs January 17, 1955 in the above ; Myra Darby Peek.whose residence seven degrees (87) degrees and That's Our BusinessIf .1
and we think that will be enoughfor taken: over, and then raking the named Court and cause, wherein and address is Starke Fla.; S. eighteen (18) minutes East a L A S
arrived back in Tampa safely. plaintiff seeks divorce. L. Peek, Jr, whose residecne and ad- distance of ninety-two and six- a
the Job we have in mind. We beds by hand. Then he. planted They called on Albert and Geneva Bradford County Teiegrapn shall dress Is Starke, Florida; France addressis P. ty-four hundredths (92.61):! feet iIi It's Glass We Have It!

plan to irrigate left field, whichis onion sets, turnips, lettuce, beets, Smith just before they left for weekly publish Issues.this Order in next four Wardwhose Lake City residence Florida; Darby and Peek, to thence a concrete South one monument(1) degree, and run ? CALL WRITE or VISIT

about four acres, moving the English peas, collards, radishes, Tampa. Witness my hand and official whose residence and address is ten (10) minutes East and paral-
pipe as often as seal at Starke Florida, this Dec. 15, Starke, Florida; Julian L. Peek, Jr.. lel to the Westerly boundary of
necessary.. cabbage, spinach, mustard, "Miss Lillie" Wilkinson calledon 1954. whose residerce and address i is' 1641 said Southeast Quarter (SE4) of Joe Peters Glass CO.
s rutabagas. He is wetting the Faye England and the Strick- (Ol"FICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs Carapbellton Road, S.V.., Atlanta, Southeast Quarter (SE H a dis-
Incidentally, Ed has hooked upa garden in stages with two sprinklers. lands last Tuesday.We Clerk of said Court Georgia residence; Louise and P.address Sayles is whose Little tance of six hundred four and FOR ANY GLASS NEED
By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk one tenth (604.1) feet to a con- ,
small system he brought with were surprised last Friday Zach H. Douglas, 505 Lynch Build- Switzerland North Carolina; Ilva crete monument on the Northerly We Design Modern Store Fronts
him to the 1 1-4 inch well in the -. -. -. afternoon to have Mr. and Mrs. ing. Jacksonville, Florida.Atty Peek and Wilson Peek, both of boundary of the Seaboard Air
whose address is 5203 Kimbark Just Mail Us A Pattern for
*. for Plf. 12/17 it 1/7 Line Railroad; run thence North
backyard, and when we measuredthe The cows are gobbling up cottonseed Charles Stuart ana children call Avenue, Chicago. Illinois; Charles eighty-eight (88) degrees and Table
flow from it about 10 days ago meal ana salt faster than we on us. I had never met either of M. Sparkman, also known as C. M. forty (40) minutes West along Tops
it about In The Court Of County Judge, Sparkman, and Dell Sparkman. his paid right-of-way boundary a 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville Fla. Phone 2-4353
was delivering 10 gallons can keep the trough filled. They them. Mrs. Stuart will be. remem- Bradford County, Florida wife A. G. Cooksey also known as distance of ninety-nine and seven -
per minute, but at a later test it don't seem to know that the stuff bered as Mable Taylor, a cousin to In Probate.IN Albert G. Cooksey, S. Francis Gardiner tenths 99.7 feet to a concrete
was producing 15 minute marketis RE: ESTATE OF ROY R. KING also known as S. F. Gardiner monument; run thence North l zero ..
per so costs and the cow
money '
Mr. Strickland's first wife. ,deceased. Francis J. Fields, Roy Jones,, (0) degrees and thirty (30)
apparently. it is getting better. low. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Notice of Filing Petition For Final S. M. Well$. Mrs. M. E. Wells J, minutes West and parallel to
0 .. I S S S Discharge of AdministratorTO J. Sparkman, Lizzie Sparkman Rufus .aforementioned Westerly bound
Whitaker (sister ,to the above ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: R. Sparkman (alledgedly the ary a distance of six hundred six MOVINGLOCAL
One thing we are quite decided Ed and John are delighted with lady), their daughter and son-in- I Notice is hereby given that I have sole surviving heirs of Chrlstianna (606) feet to point of beginning.Said .
en:and that is the nee for irriga-I he.weather here in Bradford Coun. law, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brinson filed my final returns as Admin berger Sparkman.S. P.deceased Shirley.), A.W.R.H.Rosen.Cone, Parcel A containing one and
istrator of the estate of Roy R. thirty-three hundredths (1.33) -- --
tion on our farm. For six years' ty, and can't seem to realize thatit (Patsy) and little son, Mark, King deceased; that I have filed Vernon H. Ford. Charles W. Bar- acres, more or less. Safe
we have seen it both soaking wet is warm right in the middle of called on us. This is the first my petition for final discharge, and wick partners, W. as K. Chew Chew and Brothers F. L., W.Chew F: PARCEL B. For point of reference PHONE

and bone dry, and there are lots the winter. time we had seen Charles, Thelma, that Theron I will A. Yawn apply, to County the Honorable Judge of Edwards, also known as Wm. F commence at the Southwest OR S Dependable
Edwards, J. M. Truby, S. J. Stern' Corner of said Southeast Quarter -
of times when-we have too much 55. Bradford County, Florida. on Jan- LONGDISTANCE 311
and Patsy for some time, and we 12. 1955, for approval of same berg and E. Strong, trading and do. (SE%) of Southeast QuarterSE I EconomicalR.
rain, we can't do anything about Had black-eye1 peas and hog had never met Herman or Mark. and'uary for final discharge as Administrator ing business as Truby. Sternbert t ( ) and run thence North
them. We can do something whenit jowls on'New Year's Day "peas Well, another coon came hunting of the estate of Roy R. and Company, a partnership, A. E. zero minutes(0) West degrees and thirty (30) S B. Alvarez OR
Hull and J. II. Hunter composini r along the Westerly
is dry, and rice, for old John Price" so me and the dogs last Friday night, King December, Deceased.11, 1954. the firm of A. R Hull and Company boundary thereof a distance of Agents For TRANSFER AND
S luck this Roger D. Wells and' Rurie A eighteen (18) feet to the Northerly 250-J
we hope we'll have good FLOYD KINO.Administrator,
and it found us. The dogs told us Delcher Bros. STORAGE
of the estate of Wells also known as Rune A. Wells I' boundary of the right-of- CO.
Been busy in the berry patch, year. it was "right Ihere in that tree," Roy R. King deceased. sole surviving heirs at law of Mrs I. way of a County road; run thence _ _
which is M. Wells Mrs. V. Tor South eighty-eight (88) degrees
now showing some signsof but it took about 10 12/17 4t 1/7 B. deceased -
me minutesto
ruella also known as V. Torruella, and thirty-six (36) minutes East.
life. We got enough plants out We better have some good luck, see the eyes. He was a hard one also known as Virginia Torruellaa L, along Northerly boundary a dis- STORAGEPerryman
of the old patch to resetskips for now we even have a mortgageon to get but the and cats did NOTicE widow whose- residence and ad- tance of twenty-five (25) feet to I
dogs Notice is hereby given that un-
dress is 1421 Algeria Street Cora I point of beginning. From point
'there lot
(an enjoy some coon the next day. R. Gables, Florida; John Torruella.. of beginning thus described continue -
then we put out about 500 Ibs. of No wonder she is skinny not Our regular meeting of the PTA sold and transferred the "DonRon" whose residence and address is 214 5 South eighty-eight (88) degrees Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida
and Market at Law-
4.1-5 Grocery SW 5th Street. Miami Florida; and thirty-six (36) minutes
fertilizer. and hoed and
much feed, nursing a calf, and a will be next Tuesday at'7 p.m. Mr. tey, Florida to H. T. Bennett and :Mary Torruella DeAriiba, whos,e East along said Northerly
scratched around the plants. SomeR. mortgage on her back. Strickland he is he Floyd Bennett who will carry on
says afraid the ,aid business under the same I
will not be able to give the play name. Your continued patronage of
he planned. If he is well, we will 'this business under Its new owner-
ship will be appreciated.
SOIL CONSERVATIONf have it. W also wish to receive Margaret R. McSwatn. I

donations for our fund for medicalaid 12/2 4t -1-14

NEWSBy and for eye glasses for those I|I NOTICE TO APPEAR .

children who need them. We invite -
Bill Haas all to attend. _,-



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The other day Leon Carter setting out pine trees on land that By Jilts Lacy NormaniAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAALAA

stopped by Felix Sapp's place. had been cut over. C. Letsch is

Felix was out putting up a new using Pangola and white clove for

fence so Leon asked him about his his pasture grass. Mrs. Sarah Norman and daughter
For All Occasions
lupine stand. He told Leon that Rachel and Theodore were in

where he planted with the District's We were out to Foster Shi Jacksonville Wednesday to see PHONE 218 Dr

grain drill he had a good stand, Smith's pasture the other day. The Charles Mosely who is a patientin I .

but where he cut the seed in he white clover he has sowed in St. Luke's hospital.

lost more seed than the cost of Pensacola Bahia grass is comingup .' Evelyn Norman and Janette () i

renting the drill from the District. fine, all it needs is a good rain Griffis of Jacksonville were visit-

to get out and grow. Ing homefolks here Sunday.

J. R. Wainwright- BradfordSoil Lacey Norman and son, Larry, DISH GARDENS \

Conservation District Cooperator I was discussing an irrigation and Claude Rowe, Roy Griffis and '

is using the District's weed system with Russel Green last his son f;erald, of Lawtey, went POTTED PLANTS _

chopper. Nookie is chopping the we'k.fter looking over his i hunting around Briceville Satur-

under-growth in his woods pasture. farm we stopped on his front day.Mr. POTTERY -/i
This will give the cows a chanceto and Mrs. Dick Starling and : I!
porch to discuss the possibilities ot .
get to the grass that is rowing: son, Joseph, and baby, Brenda Flowers WiredAnywhere ,et.45a. :

in these heavy thickets. the different types of irrigation Elaine, were visiting in our community ri 'm
systems. For Russell's set up it I Sunday.

Complete soil and water conser- looks like two smaller wells will I Visitors at the Highland church : .

vation farm plans were deliveredto work better than one large one. Sunday were Winfred Wilkinsonof Nona St. SUrke !

teorge Kopelousos, Lloyd Bryan, He was getting a field ready to Jacksonville, Leonard Wilkinson ..
p -
F. Demorest, and C. Letsch. plant potatoes in by mowing ana of Maxville, and the Blanchardsof '., __ ----- ___ __ __ -y

George is using Pensacola Bahia then chopping the cover crop be- Charole.tte, N. C. = .... ,

and.white clover for his permanent fore turning it under. Russell Mrs. Alice Austin and sons,

pastures. Lloyd Bryan is using stated that it cost him a lot more Hughie and Lonzo, of Daytona I

a conservation rotation system en to get it turned under without Beach returned home Sunday.

his cropland. R. F. Demorest, burning but th\ increase in crop Glad to see all the sick ones YOURPROTECTION

with the help of his son-in-law, is yields outdoes that cost, besides he ,out again. _

is improving his soil each year. Mrs. Maudie Smith and daughter.

Shirley, spent last week in
FILL DIRTGOOD J. B. White planted Crimson Chattanooga, Tenn., visiting rela

Clover in his Pangola pastures. tives. .

RICH The clover is coming up all it Happy birthday to Mrs. Selma

needs is some rain and warm Eunice's daughter, Sally Mae.E. -

TOP SOILSee weather to make some growth. C. Harvey went to Hickory

J. B. has a fair stand of sweet 'I Crove Friday night to attend watch IS OURPOFESION befom buy truck
lupine. It also needs some rain night sen-ices. w--- you : ay MW

and warm weather to get out and Thought for the week: "This i&

grow. the confidence that we have in

BILL JACKSONJackson him; that, If we ask I
Transfer'Company TIlE RIGHT POINT for the to his will, he anything heareth us.according "- $ Look for a modern short-stroke engine. These engines last longer, give up(

Phone L65 .way ;your you write.favorite Come ESTERBROOK In and select I John 5:14. |Is it a modern io 53% longer ring life. They can save you up to one gallon of gas In seven!

Fountain Pea. Only $2.37 at CAM FOR BIDS ?
Sealed bids will be received by s"ort-stroke engine Jtlfy fOP/offers"short-strokeV-8's-four of them-one for every 1
the City Council of the City ot I ----
Starke at the City Hall In Starke You should have of size truck in a full line-available right now! And if you want Six- .-
DRAPES Florida, until 7:30 P.M. o'clock on one our jeosf--- ----:"

Tuesday time and January place all 18, 1955.bids at received which Burgnlary Insurance Policies T Ford's gol the most modern short-stroke Six In the business!I.' ..

SLIP COVERSREUPHOLSTERIN6 -. the will following be opened: and .read aloud on Protect your home, '

One (1) Mobil Street Sweeper .1.-!: Callr/snow'/
with water tank of 200 gallon ca- business and personal prop I
pacity; with trash-hopper not less erty.
than 2 %/3 cubic yards capacity: )
sweeping path 7 ft.. 3 In.; engine
not less than 103 Horse-power; Constant Service Since 1891
equipped with standard cab with
S BEAUTIFUL FABRICS shadow-proof windshield: with SENDFORJERRYH. FordlripleEconomylruck. I
travel speed up to E5 miles per =
hour: front tires 750x20; rear tires "bore." Cheat .
a PERFECT TAILORING 900x20; four wheel hydraulic brakes .
with hand-operated specificationsl .

# Call Peg at 239.. for Advice and placable brakes; Elevator rubber edging-Equeeg carried emergency re-on C. WALL NEW MONEY MAKERS FOR 'SS ( \ <

an endless steel chain with 11-In
A Free Estimate expansion; one pick-up broom, size
S6-in. by 36-in; one gutter broom
%-nMWlth.weKh| not less than AGENCYPhone

,machine.OO-lbs.; also Delivery one date broom is required.filling 146 t : I
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV I The said City reserves the right Andrews Motor

.to accept CITY or OF reject STARKE.By any or. all bids 200 E. Call Street .

Radio Seat Covers Upholsterin Carl Johns. City Clerk Starke ,
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FRIDAY. JANUARY ; 1935 __ -
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yyy'yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyVVVYYYYVYVYVYYVYYVTYVVYYVYVYYY VVvvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Just Over The Hilltop." Rev. C. each Wednesday night.
Church of God
B. Stallings read the scripture and The Brooker Baptist Churrb
NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED Mrs. Stallings and Miss Parker held a Watchnight Service Fridav
Sunday School 10 a.m. Horn BROOKERBy
t duet. New Year's Night. A large crowd attended and
ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Evening CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY i sang a resolu-
tions and testimonies were presented thoroughly enjoyed the planned
,1 CHURCHES Service 7:45 p.m., Y.P.E. By Ozora Johnson Editor&i&LAAALLALLAALAALAAAALAAAAAALAAAALAAAAAAAALAAAA i Polly Wait Jr. I by a number of members.L. program. After the program. the
Service Wednesday 7:45 pjn. and I I crowd went to the Communitv
L. Parker
superintendent of
Prayer Meeting. Friday 7:45: p.m. Center for refreshments and
: I and Mrs. E. W. Jr. the Sunday School, and James Har-
Lawtej "Happy New Year to all our I faculties. All schools are Hodges games. They saw the old year out
10 Morn- and son Randal Evan of Jackson rell, Training Union director, made m before
Sunday a.m. readers". It certainly is good to,asked to cooperate with this Talent and greeted the new one
Methodist Church Presbyterian Church ing Worship 11 a.m. YPE Serv still interested Show and register your pupils with Miss returned to their home Sunday useful resolutions. The program i I concluding their program

be alive in 1955. We are
ing Saturday 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Williams not later than Jan. after a long visit with parents. was closed with a hymn and prayer \ The Junior Bighams spent this
Sunday, Jan. 9, Church School in having you bring your Those visiting the Evan Hodges :L
11. teacher Ga. with
Any at Lincoln Cityor by :Mrs. Parker. weekend in Nashville
9:45: a.m. Morning Worship 11" St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. .church, school, civic, religiuus and Thurston Elementary School family'over the holidays were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Guest.
a-m., "God Is Able Jo Deliver. i an j Mrs. Carl Edwards and Lindaof i The congregation then met at
I this office will be <
educational news to glad to turn your namt.sOVE'r and Mrs
1 This service will be broadcast over Raymond E. MacBlala Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. the Community Center and enjoyeda Guests of Reverend
I 5:30 corner of Pine, and George Streets, to Mrs. Williams. This Talent social hour Stallings were Mayor and Mn.
WDVH. Recreation Time p.m. 4 Hodges[ and Randy of Jackson, playing games. At
____ Services at St. Mark's Episcopal the old R.J.E. Show is being sponsored to 'help the Stallings
from Earl Rasor from
Fellowship Supper for Intermediates just across Miss., :Mrs. Curtis Chambers and the stroke of 12 they all joined
Church will be as follows: school. Please this news in by .in the completion of the building former of Green Acres
Worship get hands and home
and Seniors 6:15 pm. of son Martin Evan of Jacksonville, sang "Bless Be The Tie
Service for MYF Groups, 6:45 E :: Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church noon Monday. If the editor is out the church. Mr. and Mrs. D. Carter of Manatee, That Binds." Mrs. E. M. Hazen spent a weekin

p.m. Evening Service 7:30: p.m., School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. -. leave the news in the "news box"on New Bethel Baptist Cnurch, Rev.A. Horace Brown of Atlanta, Ga., The evening was closed with the Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs

topic "The Secret of Contentment" Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 the porch. May I thank those Vinson pastor, will hold regular Miss Elizabeth Barker of Way- serving of refreshments. W. M. Hazen.

Tuesday WSCS Prayer Group. p.m.Y.. P. S. L. persons that have contributed to services on Sunday, Jan. 9, begin- cross, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Study Course. Saturday guests of the Aubrey

Wednesday Children Bible I Wednesday: 7:30 pjn. Litany this section of the paper and ask. ning with Sunday School at 9:30 'Brown of Lake Butler, Richard The Baptist Church plans a Hazens were Mr. and Mrs. V. V.

I Story Hour 3:30 pjn. Bible Study and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir for your continued cooperation.This to the a.m. All officers and membersare Lee of Lake City and A-3c Nathan study course on the Book of Hebrews Hazen and son Jimmy of tarke

and Prayer 7:30: p.m. Practice. section can be of help Brown of Scott AFB, Illinois. beginning Wednesday. Jan. Linda Larsen of Gainesville was
entire county and colored popula- asked to be present and on 1
Thursday -- Youth Choir rehearsal Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, I A3-c Nathan Brown and Lavo- :% at 7:30: pm. It will continue the weekend guest of the Waits
tion only with you help. Many time. The Holy Communion will
6:30: p.m. Chancel Choir 11 a.m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30: p.m. nia Hodges visited friends and relatives _
rehearsal 7:30 p.m. thanks to you all and especiallythe be given by the pastor on First i in Wildwood Sunday and
and boys that have helped
Christian ChurchRev. in the circulation. Sunday of each month. Choir No. Monday. They also made two ARE YOU SHORT ON CASH?

The TabernacleRev. 1 will furnish music. Come out tusiness trips to Waycross,
At J. E. Sherwood, pastor
i Schools Opened January 3, 1955 last week. a'1 BUY A

Sunday, 9:45: Bible school classes More than 700 Negro boys and and enjoy a gospel feast. SIX MONTHS AUTO POLICYCUT
J. Turner Blount of the Mt. Moriah Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. D. Carter of Mana-
to their respective
girls returned
Translators Farm for all ages. C. W. Colson, Supt. Mr.
Wycliffe Bible schools to resume work after a will hold regular services on Sunday tee were overnight guests of
ington. New Mexico, accompaniedby Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening and Mrs. W. R. Hodges last Friday.Bapti .
I two-week holiday period. To this Jan. 9, with Rev. Demps, YOUR PREMIUM IN HALF
his wife and'children,'was a worship, 7:30 p. m. Christian En- point we know of no fatalities or pastor, in charge. We regret the ?*, Watch PartyA I ALSO RECEIVE A DIVIDEND

weekend guest of the Gospel Taber- Rev. John R. Anderson, D. D., deaver 6 p. m. casualties. We were able to greet illness of Mrs. Demps and wish for large crowd met at the Bap-

nacle. Interesting slides of his of Dallas, Tex., will be the speaker Bible Study and Prayer Meeting several groups during the week. her a speedy recovery. tist Church; last Friday night tosee

work among the Navajo Indian Monday on a special "Find Life 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. The seats and equipment for the BIRTHDAY CLUB the old' year out and the new CONNER INSURANCE AGENCY
tribes in New Mexico were shown Council' 1st and. 3rd in. After singing several
Womans year
with God" schools will in
series sponsore.d by the new cause a delay All members of the New Bethel
Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Presbyterian Church. The broad. Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. W. L. entering the new sections right hymns, prayer was rendered by 129 W. Call St. Phone 285
Blount was the speaker at the Birthday Club born in Januaryare
cast is the second in a series of Andrews, president. away. It may be another monthor Jimmie Crosby and an oppropriate
morning worship hour. Sunday 14 that can be heard each Mondayat Church located on W. Call and more before the new units will requested to submit names to message was brought by Miss

night he ministered in Lake Butler 9:45: a.m. Christian streets. A friendly welcome be completely furnished. This is Chairman Frances Jankins at Jackie Barry. I. -
to Rev. M. L. Brackhom's congre
The series is being broadcastover waits everyone. worth waiting for, we have come once. The purpose of this club is Among the visitors who were!

gation.An 150 stations throughout the a long way in education in Brad to raise money for the improve welcomed were Mr. and Mrs. Jim-i

unusual treat was enjoyed I South in connection with the St. Edward's ChurchSunday ford County and ve.are duly grate. ment of the church. Members of mie Crosby and son of Bayless1'
Sunday night when Dr. Morris of Presbyterian Evangelistic Move. ful to the members of the Boardof the Red Circle and Shepherd Boysare Highway, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tin- I
Mass at 9:15: a. m.
Park of the Palms
presented Public Instruction ney and sons of Brooker, Mrs. j
ment. Rev. Anderson is pastor of and County asked to meet with their lead-
"Granny" Smith of Hamilton On. the First 6:30 and Superintendent H. P. Morgan for : Mary Styles of St. Petersburg, I
Presbyterian Church in Holy day masses, a. m. ers, Marion Dell and Julius Royal,
tario, Canada. Although 88 years"young" Dallas, and his topic will be "Con 8:30 a. in.Children's. the interest they have manifestedin respectively. Regular meeting Lester Crosby and daughters of :

she made. the entire trip fession of Christ." Class Saturday 11 the, colored boys and girls. Sunday, Jan. 16. Election of the Bayless Highway, and little Kathy I
from Canada to Florida by bus, Laverne Overturff, infant
The weekly series was begun a. m. T.T.A. and Hobby Club "ChitChat"On officers for the choir will be held daughter I
entirely unattended She was form this week by station WDVH witha Monday, Jan. 3, the P.T.A. on Monday, Jan. If). Rehearsal ot of Mrs. Vernon Oyerturff, formerly -
erly a worker for Salvation Army Keystone HeightsWomen's Miss Ann Parker. Machine
talk by ,Dr. Charles B. Temple. dub) met at Wateroak school: with the Youth Choir on Monday also Shirley Sewing Operators
and two solos at the meeting. ( Miss Glenda Parker
sang ton, who is head of the. Division of President Beatrice Desue presiding.The at 3:30 p.m., Frances Jenkins, sang a special
the who Sunday Mass 8 a. in.Holy
Among speakers are number entitled "A Mansion
Evangelism, the Presbyterian devotions were conducted by chairman.
booked for the season are. Rev. day masses 7:30 a. m.
Church USA.Saturday Principal Roberts. The business Don't forget to attend servicesat Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES
Dick Knox of Little Genessee, N. Y. Confessions before all Masses.
I of f the evening concerned the completion the church of your choice. TIMS OF
and Dr. John McNeill of Washington Jan. 8
Adult choir,
of payments on the.kitchen I PEST I 18 THRU 35
D. C. Dates will be announced 3p.m. Christian ChurchJ. range for school lunch. President I WOODLAWN MISSIONARY CONTROLTERMITES

later. Sunday, Jan. 9 -Sunday school, E. Sherwood pastor Desue and Principal Roberts have BAPTIST CHURCH

9:45) a. m.; Morning: worship servIce -I Sunday School each Sunday at planned a Tom Thumb Wedding to 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. Company Benefits Include: Group Life & Hospital

KINGSLEY LAKE > 11 a. m.; "Giving God First I 9:45 a. m., C. W. Colsom, superintendent raise enough money to make several preaching. 6:15 BTU, 6:43 prayer Household Commercial Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others
MISSIONARY BAPTIST Place in Our Lives;" Youth fellowship ; Sunday Worship Servicesat payments on the stove. Albert service 7 o'clock song services. -
"The Little Foxes that Destroythe 6 p. m.; Evening worship 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Wednesday Tyson, patron and school bus driv. 7:30 evening services.
service for estimate 10th & CHURCH STREETS
Fruits of the Lord's Vineyard,' 7:30 p. m. prayer meetings at 7:30 p. m. 'er, stated that if each family in
Tuesday, Jan. 11r- Circles of i the would be HAMPTONCHRISTIAN Florida Pest Control
will ba the sermon topic of Rev. I community responsible
H. H. Mott. pastor of the Kingsley church will meet at 8 p. m. BROOKER for one payment they could CHURCO & Chemical Co. BIG DAD Manufacturing Co.
Lake Missionary Baptist Church Wednesday, Jan. 12 Prayer BAPTIST CHURCH soon pay oft the balance. He will Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship .
meeting and Bible. study, 7:30 p.' Rev. C. B. Pastor be in Service 11 2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 6035
Sunday. Rev. Mott enjoyed the attendance I Stallings, responsible for a payment a. m.: Program
of many visitors last m. Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning February. Supervisor Johnson 6:30 p. m. Evening Service 8 Gainesville, Flat Starke, Fla.

Sunday, and he. urges them to attend Thursday, Jan. 13 Junior Worshhip 11 a.m. BTU 6:30 p.m., pledged a complete payment in p. m. -Bro. J. B. Dixon pastor. -

again this Sunday. Sunday choir, 3:30: p. m.SE'E.VfU. Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer February, Leo Desue pledged a -- -

school begins at 9:45: a. m. and' DAY Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. payment in April, Dan Hankerson, I- -1 -

the pledged payment in April, Mir-
worship. service begins at 11 a
CHURCH OF CHRISTC. lam Tyson pledged a payment j <
a.m. I :
Services each Sabbath in the L Overturf Jr., Minister around March. All faculty and ": ?I

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH Old Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. patrons present pledged complete -

LAWTEY, FLA. Sabbath School 2 p. m. Preachingevery Morning Worship 11 a. m. Eve. cooperation so that in early springit

Sunday! School 10 .jn. Preaching week by R. L. Mathews, pas- ning Worship 7:30 p. m. may be possible to "Burn the Ahead
11'a. m. & 7:30"p. m. Midweek lofT'Bible'; "Study""each"1 Thursday Wednesday Bible-Study 7:30p. : contract on the stove." I you'mas) Money

service Wednesday 7:3,1) p. m. 7:30 p. m. A friendly welcome m. The Hobby Club will meeU Tuesday -

I A. E. Massey, pastor. awaits everyone. Radio program, "Old- Paths" Jan. 11, according to the announcement
each; Sunday 9 a. m. Station from the president,
WDVH. Miriam Tyson. All members and

1 those wishing to join are asked to
Starting Jan. 16 and Lasts Through Jan. 23 AIRPARK MISSIONARY come out and bring something to I Dodge flashes ahead !

BAPTIST CHURCH work with. The motto of this .
REVIVAL Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning group is "Do and learn to Do".

Worship 11 a. m. Training R.J.E. holds its first P.T.A.in .

Union 6:15 p. m. Evening Service 1955 on Wednesday, Jan. 5,

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHStarke 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday with President Sophia Royal, pre

7:30 p. m. Rev. W. O siding. :Mary Royal the. program

Collins Jr., Pastor. chairman had interesting activi _
ties. A good report was given by
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor IIEILBKONN the PTA secretary, Pauline Mar I _-

Jefferson and Court Streets-- In The Heart of Town BAPTIST CHURCH shall. Frances Jenkins, the reporter -
Phones Office 234 -Pastorium 130 Sunday School 10 ajn. PreachIng stated that plans are be' .
11 ajn. Training Union 6:30 made to raise money for the completion ----a---- -r

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. p.m.> Preaching 7:30 pjn. Prayer of the down payment need r4,4 4-/- !

Sunday School 9:45 AM. Training Union 6:45 P.M. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. ed for a grand piano for the new A

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. REV. Milton J. Dukes, pastor. cafeteria. All patrons and parentsare .. .
asked to attend the'next P.T.A. .l

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVII at PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 2. __ : ; :' _

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. CHURCH The Hobby Club of RJ.E.: will _

-. .. Sunday Scnooi 10 a.m. meet on Thursday, Jan. 13. Presi- < _
dent Dell is '
Morning Service 11 a.m. asking all interested T

Evening Service 7:30 p.m. persons to come out. This club
I Prayer Meetings Wednesaa will be making and doing thingsfor

night 7:45: p.m. Saturday nigh the beautification'! of the New
SPECIAL SPEAKERSat. RJ.E. School Won't you come

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST out and do your part?


Services, each Sunday in old : Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church,

Tri County Youth RallyDr. Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun- Rev. John Groover, pastor, held
day School 10 a. m. Sacrament i its regular communion services on

Service 6:30: p. m. Everyone wel Sunday, Jan. 2. The pastor has _

G. Allen Fleece, President of Columbia Bible Col- come. completed plans for a Baby Con New Dodge Custom Royal V-8 4-door Sedan

lege Columbia, South Carolina will be the speaker for test that will begin next week. 't

.. Youth Rally Sat.. Jan. 8. 7:30 In Auditorium at EVERGREEN Five babies and sponsors will ;I
BAPTIST CHURCH participate. All names will be announced Whether or not you're planning on a new car right costing far more. And you'll see styling so taut

Sunday School 10 a. m. PreachIng in this paper next week. now, we want you to come in and see what Dodge and eager it takes your breath away!
PARKofthePALMSScotty 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30 We ask you to help the baby of
p. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer your choice. be the winner. This has done to give you the biggest thrill: that money This is the year to step up to the Big Oneandcan

Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. effort is being sponsored for the buy. and the biggest:value! step out in style! You'll be delighted when you
and Jane will lead in 30 minutes of Singspiration
special music and contests will) be featured. Spon Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. improvement Williams, superintendent of the church.of Homer the That's not just talk! You'll see for yourself that discover how little it costs to own the most exciting .

sored by churches and pastors of area. Sunday School, has organized the the new Dodge is longer and larger than cars the most talked-about car of 1955!
Recent BirthThe
Junior Church, with Mrs. Thomasin
Starke Maternity Hospital charge. On Sunday the. Juniors
>"" 'M>y;"
announces the following births: will have charge all day. We are

Mr. and Mrs. John Fuquay, making an effort to have church lk"& I

Brownlee Rd.. Starke, a daughter, every Sunday at Allen Chapel.

Ruby Faye, born Jan. 4. First and Third Sundays, pastor in

charge, Second and! Fourth Sundays -
Mr and Mrs. Elisha Griffi, Juniors in .. n.ge. All choir
Lawtej', a dacgntpr Pegrcy June
members are asked to come out to
born Jen. 4.Wash. lehearsal Gifts
on Tuesday night.

L. will be given to all Sunday School
L Scholars on Jan. 9. The
-- --- Sunday,
delay is due to the fact that most
For that help you need, see Marion Your Clothes
'persons on the.committee have been
Finance Co. Inc. at Gainesville. \ out of town for the holidays. You're money ahead with the afcrafM/p You're money ahead with Dodge flair. You're money ahead with the most exciting ad.
9 Pounds V-8 engine that flashed to victories in the Pan fashioned styling. New Horizon windshield vonce of the year.DiscoverJhe magic cf the Powerflite
Those friendly people there
are especially Sgt. Arthur Bijoxton Jr., the
American Road lace, MoWgos! Economy Run. encircles you m a glass' cockpit. Range Selector? Aof puts the future at your Sngertipjl i
to help with cash those who are in husband of Louise Broxton, faithful ij
For 40c!
member of church and clerk j
need of $25.00 to $300.00 Monthly Budget our ,

Loans on Payday 30 day Loans. has returned after 18 months in
FREE Bleach If Desired!
Okinawa. He is here on 21 days
Call Marion Finance Co. and make your I leave and will return to Fort 49 The New DODGE I

application. Then Come in, and get the Jackson, S. C. for reassignmentto

Cash in one trip. duty the last of this month.
Talent Night
The Credit requirements are very Dry Your Clothes The Mount A.M.E. l

liberal. For 20c Church will sponsor Pisgah Talent Nighton Dodge Dealers! present: Danny Thomas in "Make Room for Daddy ABC-TV Bert Parks in "Break The Bank ABC-TV Roy Rogers NBC Radio

Thursday, Jan. 20. The show --

In New Automatic Driers! will take place at Tippin Inn annex

MARION FINANCE COMPANY the colored in Lincoln school.City All, next participantsmust door to Hardy Brothers Motor Co. ;

218 West University Ave. be under 21 years of'age and ,
The %Wash teria
Phone 5333 P. 0. Box 446 must be recommended by their

Gainesville Temple Ave. teacher. Three prizes in cash will DODGE PHONE 69 PLYMOUTH i

I I, be awarded to winners. Judges
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Miss Describes Sophie Long Reinoehl Career Council Delays Action On Supermarket Social Security Tax, Muggins Distributes I;Starke Guard Paid !Local Eagle Scouts ing Eagle Scouts will be held tn

Benefits Go Up 1000,000 SeedlingsTo !$25,907 For Year the George Washington hotel on
To Be
| Honored
As School Teacher (Continued from page one) building permit unless there is a Jan. 10 at & The
sell and jump. fire hazard A representative of the Gaines- Small Landowners pjn. public is
or a defect in construc- Members of Starke's National i
Miss Sophie Reinoehl, who began "I f there were no other space in tion." ville Social Security office j Eight members of the Boy Scout invited. Local scouts honored w D
willCo Guard unit, Hq & Hq Co., 2nd Bn.. I
her teaching career in Bradford town," he continued, "I'd say teardown When Matthews asked what be in the court room of the court- ntainer Corporation of Ameri 121th In!. Committee met Thursday night at be: Jan Mundorff, Robert Kellv

County more than half a century my home. Build it there." tection the present property owners prohouse- here on Thursay, Jan. 13, ca made available for the 1954-55 "$25,907.11 during Division the, were calendar paid I the home of J. T. Kirkland to planscout's Archie Green, Charles Kirkland

ago, recently retired after 52 years Green also offered two other pieces have, Thomas answered that at 10 a. m. for the purpose of pine planting season 100,000 slash year* 1954 for their drills i the activities. The group Lonzo Kirkland, and Charles
of continuous service in of one on Jefferson Ave. social armory i discussed an Alachua district
a profession property, only "nuisance" conducting security busi-
property such asa pine seedlings to be distributedfree and two weeks summer field train- I :Manire.
that she described as "won- off Court St. and another on U.'S. "horse lot" could be restricted rest camping trip at the Austin Carey
derful" 301, for Lovett's use at less rent in the city except in the two new Persons who desire to make application of cost through the services ; The Guardsmen Memorial Forest near Gainesville I
than they would Andrews. of G. T. Huggins, Bradford Coun- were paid 19,- on Jan. 14, 15, and 16. Business Census
At the time of her retirement pay subdivisions which carry their own for social security retirement .573.45 for their weekly !I

Miss Reinoehl was a member of Green also told the city that he zoning provisions in their deeds. or survivors benefits secure ty agricultural agent. drills and $6,333.71 for their armory field Seventeen scouts had a three-: .I Forms Are Mailed

the faculty at Mattie V. Ruther- knew of four attorneys in town i Green said he felt the city had : social security account num- Huggins hopes to distribute free training.The day camping trip to Camp Ray- !

ford School in Jacksonville, where ,that would offer their services free!I enough I Jfjal, authority under the bers, or get any other social security seedlings to approximately 20 individual i substantial sum of lonier during the Christmas holidays i Report forms of the 1954 Censusof
taught the 39 of to the if lawsuit [basic law the information small landowners through- money in which they planted 8,000)
she had for past charge city a "enabling act, are. invited to i represents the "Earn while j I Business are being mailed n-
years. I resulted in the matter. which gave the Council authority see the representative at this out the county this year for the Learn" motto of the Guard. you seedlings in hopes of adding to theIdub's 'approximately three million bus>

But it was way back in 1902 Councilman Jackson then quip- to zone. He. reminded the Council time. purpose of restocking cut-over and Next Monday the company will 1; treasury. ness firms throughout tht r S

when, at the age of 15 years, she ped: "If you want to do so much that they would have free legal Beginning Jan. 1, 1955 earnings idle farm lands.Container hold its first drill of the new year, I A court of High Awards honor- early this month

successfully took the examination to i improve the appearances of the help.The up to $1,200 a year will be creditedto Corporation considers and training will begin with the I -- ...-
for a teaching certificate and soon churches Lex, why don't you clean I question of whether or not an individual's social security their free seedling distribution a study of weapons in preparation --

after her 16th birthday, began up that property of yours across I the people of Starke wanted the: account. This means that both employees means of "repaying nature's rich i II for range firing to be held at

her career in a little school at from the Baptist Church." supermarket rose once more when and employers will be tax' es" and to get idle forest lands toproducing I Camp Blanding this spring. INKIER( ELECTRIC SERVICEGet

Raiford then a part of Bradford Andrews mentioned the fact that Mrs. Lex Green, president of the ed two per cent on wages up to a L income for the owner

County. Starke's A & P store was next First Baptist WMU, rose to speak. maximum of $4,200 annually. Aseltemployed and his community. (Bradford Hi-Y Club Set For the Better Fall
Programs Now
Miss Reinoehl remembers that I to a church, and he added: "And "I've spoken to a lot of Baptist individual will paper Coming on

when she first started teaching in you know who built and owns that women and they're all against it," three cent of $4,200 for his: Basketball Teams Met Monday Evening

Bradford County her salary was 'building." she said. taxable year.Although I
Play Palatka j The
$:?j per month but living costs I Smith then returned to the dis Councilman Jackson: "Do you the individual will bepaying Hi-Y meeting was

were low. She. paid only $7 per cussion. He said that two wrongs I think they would tell you the truth, a little more tax, it will I I Bradford High's boy and girl I The held meeting Monday at the USO Building. RADIO
month "such it do make He added I knowing how mean increased was preceded by a
board -- as was. not a right. you felt about the benefits to him basketball teams will short talk
resume ac-
it would be different if thechurches matter?" and his calling for the need of AND
dependents to
Her career is unique not only or his survivors tion following the holidays by] more cooperation from club
because of its length but also were on a thoroughfare, I Mrs. Green: "You don't know upon retirement or death. playing games in Palatka tonightiFriday. bers. Part cf the memo

due to the fact that during her 39 .but they are trying to build on how frank women can be." Benefits based on average .) The two teams will play: I' to a discussion meeting of the was need devoted TELEVISIONSales

years at Rutherford she missed L .the most exclusively residential Councilman Jackson: "I've monthly earnings up to $350 an. at Lake Butler Tuesday and the:of more boys to clean the
up anncry -
only two days from school And I ,street in Starke N. Walnut St. spoken to a lot of people, and: first payable in 1956 provided the boys "A" and "B" teams will play: I following basketball games. or II 4

those absences were causedby the Andrews pointed out to Smith the y're for it." retired or deceased worker has at Du Pont School in Jacksonville I The Hi-Y has a concession stand 17-inch TVMahogany
illness of in that Riverside Ave. in Jacksonville earnings at an annual rate 179.95
another her family, Mrs. Green: think I'I of at next Friday. at the games. I and ServicerSsSSSSStSSS.rrSJS
"Do .
be the most exclusively you they least $4200 in
not herself. used to : 1955 and 1956. I A
f would tell you the truth, knowing Coach Leonard Register's five j program committee was set : .rSss Is. II Sri SSSSJSSSSStS
Miss Reinoehl lives at 623 Lin- residential area in the all city business but how you feel?" his For example, an individual and squeezed past Palatka 52-51 herein ''up for next month with club I 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, Florida
I now it was almost 65-yer-old wife who
wood Ave., Jacksonville with her retires December, and tonight's sweetheart, JoAnn Smith, as chair
A commercial Mrs. Titus Olson, speaking for on July 1 1956 game
property. new will be
eligible for
man. Films
sister Helen who ------
was employed as promises to be another thriller. on health and a skit Ti
I building is better than "run down"houses the Methodist women, remindedthe $162.80 monthly, as compared to r: will be I __ _
an assistant in the post office at Coach Nina Bishop's girls lost to presented on Feb. 7, and
Starke many years ago. he said, and the propertyis Council of the traffic near the the present benefit rate of $147.80 Palatka, 33-25, in December. a Valentine party will be held on

As to the future she says: "I'm L priced too high for new residences Lne w Se.tzer's store. She told of monthly. This worker must have Coach Joe. Hull said he Feb. 14, a speaker on health will i SeUlt Rent h. Trade

just. going to putter around the to be built there. the children's activities of the, had an average monthly wage of begin one month's plans 1 to: talk to the group on Feb. 21, and

yard and raise a few flowers. "It's just as natural as growing Methodist Church. $350: in 1955 and for the, first six tall spring foot- one of the coaches from BHS will
Later ; up, and living and passing on," he "I fear for the safety of our months of 1956. practice Monday. He hopes to speak on the value
on, my sister and I plan to end the practice with of sports to WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow
children, she said. The school some sort
travel a bit, principally throughthe is The widow and two children of) of [health on Feb. 28.
said.Mayor J. R. Wainwright then patrolled, but would the churchesbe. a person who dies special game. Head Coach James
on 1
far West, July 1956, Hobbs Rates Good Results
is E'asy To Place
asked: "How long have you livedin .? and had the same average monthly working a few of -

Starke, Guy?" Rev. Robert Sommer, pastor of wage of $350 will receive $200 a will Bradford High's trackmen, and he.; W. C. T. U. 40 WORDS OR LESS, ONE INSERTlOn - OcE.CU
Stolen Car FoundIn also work with
the First Methodist the spring
"Eight years. Church, agreed month until the youngest child] football 1 ADDITIONAL WORD 2DISCOrXT eI

Jasper Wednesday "%%'ell, I've lived here all my L with Mrs. Olson about the children.He 'reaches 18. The total amount payable training. I ALCOHOL IS: I OF 18 PF.R CEXT OX TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS!

lire" answered the Mayor. "How said the supermarket would to this family unit will be I A MOCKER, saying "Good Sir ADDITIONAL FOR BLI\D ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IV ADVANCE
A 1953 'Mercury belonging to much money have you given I to cause congestion and noise duringthe $200. Francis R. Bridges C but leading on to prison I, I

Harry A. Nichols of Starke was those two churches.?" church's weekday meetings.'s It will be seen from the above Speaks At A LIAR, promising to warm and MEMORIAMS, CARDS OF ThANKS, RESOLUTIONS :20c Per Line

stolen from in front of the Dixie "I don't belong to those He also commented I examples that raising of the maximum RotaryFrancis strengthen but sapping life instead.
Grill Tuesday night by a thief who :ch churches but I'm just as good a offer of free Sunday parking for i creditable to one's social R. Bridges, director of }'LORID.GOOD NEWS. I )

started the car without keys and church member and contribute just churchgoers. I security account to $4200 a year the Florida State Parole Commission

then outran a State Highway Patrol as much money as any man of "W don't have a parking problem will mean increased benefits for was guest speaker at theRotary SEE Till GHKAT DISPLAY OF SO ACRES improved pasture. 13*

trooper to make good his e 5m y means." He said the churcheswere on Sunday morning," he said. the worker and his family. Club AZ4LKASU bearing pecan treea. 2 dwelUng.,
Wednesday, describing kl e numerous out buildings,
cape. not against the move but "We don't have that many come to the mechanics 10-Iarh Site ,..W DoiraAUo apply plentiful with &uto.water elec.
of the
The car was recovered Wednesday only several individuals in those hurch." commission SSe, S0c. TSe. 1.M.. ,..:w. ':.08 pumps. $25.000. Write C. Lets b,
C. of C. Begins and the philosophy upon whichit .:aek aad Up I.. 2, Box 51, Stark Bradford Co.
M. R.
in then I
night Jasper. the thief churches. rose and told is founded.He BBVKDKRK AZALEA tfchg
had abandoned it. Councilman Jackson: "I have the group that he was a member 1955 Activities I GARDEN M'RSERYPanllae "
of the Methodist Church said that the parole Karle foUlns LET J. D. ODOH, JR.
talked about this up and down but that system I P. O. Box Iti. KarletoB, Fla. HAXDLB
Call St., and 90, per cent of he saw no objection to the. Jerry Gay took office as pre 91-. performing a worthwhile service = -. ( tf CATTLE AND HOGS
LET TOM 'FIX-IT businessmen are in favor of the supermarket location. He propos'at' 'dent of the Chamber of Commerce by'returning men and women to. -* Lire SALES _
useful RADIOS REPAIRED Oak Each Wedietdar
supermarket. But they are not he saw Setzer's tear down three Monday, and Carl Johns was elected and productive lives in the I t. Galaearlllv Kara. FrMay
All Make. All M rUaea
in favor of getting on the 'chopping !old buildings by his house and that; vice-president and J, E. Wall community, under careful super .aable charier gmaraate**'I tf
r.'? h e didn't object. If [jr., treasurer. vision. He said that the earnings CUAS. C. SHEPHERD
block here at this meeting. I have they eventually The. first step taken I FOR RENT-Three
: of these 1 rot W. Can St. Stark Flu 239 rooms nicely
pThi also talked to officers of both 1 need his house, he said he would by the new board was to appointa people and the taxes they furnished electric kitchen Duo-
move without pay more than offsets the cost of'' Therm heater. Middle age lady
churches who are in favor of it. objecting. special committee to select a the I or couple only. Also Apt. No. 1,
He went on to say: "If I the "I feel that I'm giving way to building site for the new Chamberof parole commission. Electric Motors three rooms nicely furnished

City Council is going to continueto progress," he said. Commerce office. Buddy Bishop, Bridges also declared that I for I space Adults only.heater Mrs., electric L. M.kitchen.Clark,

work with the zoning committee, Next L. A, Davis rose. The new I W. H. Graham, and Jerry Gay were every parolee who goes wrong and REWOUND AND Take left road at Call St. bridge
store might be an asset, he said II I appointed to this committee. makes a big story in the SERVICEDSmall it la now being paved Bessent
: it ought to abide by its decision ,I i newspapers CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON Road 1 mile to my sign. Rt 1,
He related the difficulty the Council but it would still endanger our I New membership cards will be there are thousands whoare j Box 2-C. tfchg

bad in obtaining men to serve !children."I mailed to the Chamber of Commerce : leading quiet, productive lives about this question Appliance Repair -

,' on the zoning committee." hate to see Guy lose any members in the next: few that. the public never hears about. General Machine WorkS LARGE HOME FOR SALE

: ..l At this point, Smith again money," he said. "I'll chip in to days. A special gift will be givenat The speaker was introduced by We couldn't have had a fire CHEAP

brought up the question of whetheror ] pay Guy back for what he I has the end of 1955 for members G. S. Newcomb, who had charge of at a worse time during the NICE SEVEN; ROOM HOUSE ON

not agreement for deed is sufficient already put up." who have 100 per cent attendanceat ; the program. Christmas Shopping season, AU Work Guaranteed LOT NEARLY ACRE ON CHERRY .

title for applying for a buildIng Green: "I'll chip in." board meetings and who bring President A. J. Thomas announced which spells the difference be Reasonable Rates TOWN STREET OF STARKE.IN HEART FOR SALB OF

i permit. Smith: "Fll chip in." in 10 memberships. that the club directors will tween profit and loss for the S CHEAP GUUBER"S BY OWNER. APPLY AT

City? Attorney A. J. Thomas Jr. Wainwright: "I'll chip in." j The Merchants Division also met meet next Monday night at 7 year. Would Business Inter NORTH OF STARKE.OVLJf HIGHWAY STATION,

:: .said he would have to look into. Smith: "I'll give $100." at the Chamber of Commerce building o'clock at the Camp Blanding officers ruption Insurance hare paid RED SEAL 301, MX HIGHWAY. tfchg

I.the matter. He informed the Green; "I'll give $100; $200; no, Monday, and W. H. Grahamwas club.Lt. the payroll and net earnings I

!a f It your"orne Council that he had looked into the I'll give $300 since I'm directly elected merchants chairman Col. Pierce until business could be resumed ELECTRIC & MACHINE 2% PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE -

You hUt SOtNflc a. oning laws, and he read seven concerned. for 1955. The stores will close on SHOPF. STONE STATE BANK KEY-
It's not thi Fourth sections from the City Charter Andrews said that. he might not the. following days in 1955:' July Speaks At BHSLt. ? lisa FDIC.HEIGHTS, FLA., MEM

Just cd be able, to get out of the 4; Labor Day Armistice .
our boyi. pertaining to zoning. The law setup sale so ; Day; W. ORAUDON
a procedure for adopting zoning easily-as forfeiting his $500 posted Thanksgiving Day, and the Mondays Go!. R. H. Pierce, cammand- Owner, Manager

That's real water that's drip which was incorporated in that for the agreement for' deed." He following Christmas i and ing. officer of the Marine Air I Reserve

pRig from that faucet. Are part of. the city's government said he felt that it was important New Years. Training Detachment at the I Charley Johns 106 Washington St-Phone 397 A. J. Thomas, Starke, Fla.

you Intending to allow that covered by state law. to build the building. He. said it All merchants will close at noon acksonville NAS, will speak to the Starke Fla. HAS

precious fluid to escape 'down "I am firmly of the opinion," he was important .to look 20 or even on Thursdays except grocery Junior and Senior boys of Bradford FOR SALE-New g z 8 z 1C Con FOR SALE
50 years in the future. stores which will remain High School at 2 o'clock this afternoon crete block. ISc. Cement $1.40
the drain or will you call us concluded! "that the City of Stark*: The property open un- I per
on Walnut til 12:30 All (Friday) in the armory. & Son Agency bag. Mortar Mix $1.25 per bag. New SaraMta Height
St. is too p.m. stores
without will
and let Tommy stop it? Doth legal authority to valuable beopen Bradford Eaginering Co., phone la Stark will be ahowa
latter and you won't I beiOl'I'J : any portion or all of the zit y, to be used for new residences, he on the last two Thursdays | Col Pierce will discuss the obligated 94 Starke. tf- day or h_r mf.m rrqart. Why Bay
until the full machinery of the law; said.We before Christmas. military service facing i not OWB a alee nodera home>> la
Fla. RENT Unfurnished house. InQuire a dlftvifled. .
I Phone 13 Starke, FOR L' quiet a d beaatlfal
nas been carried out. This also are creating a value which young men today. Parents are at bus: Station. tf I: .ectfoa of Starker VA and FIIA

applies to past zoning ordinancesin will help pay taxes. We are moving :Churches CooperateIn I cordially a invited to attend. A A A A LA A LA AAAAA ALA I. home flBanrio. available Boy your
ahead. WANTED TO BUY Small or large ow aad par while UI..
Starke. They are not worth He cited a story he - tracts of timber or timber land. la It like rest.Other .
the paper they're written on." said was told at the Governor's Missionary ServicesThe -- ,- ----. -- ---- - .-.- .----.--, --h. Francis H. Clifton Phone 1320,
inaugural 1408 North EI\d.. Defend. Fla. bargala, I. real estate
Matthews then asked Thomas if address this week. 4tO 1/14 both farm, home* and lateato
the City had authority to refuse to "Progress comes hard. It's hard Missionary Conference, Long meat properties.
Bridge, and WISH TO BUT industrial land closeto
for live fish to Trinity Bible Churches I
issue a building permit. swim upstream, but 'are Starke, with or without buildings For the.e and other bare*la*
Thomas read the sections of the it's easy for a dead fish to float cooperating in a service at ; also income property. Address I- SEE
downstream." the. Trinity Baptist Church Jan. full details to: C.W.P., Box
City Code that applied to zoning Green 10 to Jan. 14. on 823-F, Starke. Fla. lOtp 3/. A. J. THOMASREALTOR
and then rendered this interpretation took a more moderate OPENINGOF
l'lIQXE'UI.J : view of Starke's future. He said Speakers for the service will be WANTED: Ambitious man to service
he felt Kiss Gladys Beckett of customers .in rural Bradford
"It is my opinion that the city Starke would grow less in Sudan Interior County with nationally advertised :M
the next 10 years than it is Mission who has just recently Watkins products. $2.50 to $3 an Temple Aie. Trlephoae 214
returned CHIROPRACTICCLINIC hour possible. No investment
I- right now. from Africa; Rev. Starke. Florida
to start. Car or light truck need
"We had a lot of Patrick Arnold, veteran missionary ed. Start immediately. Write theJ.

W WHEN YOU BUY A CAR here ty the Governor money in the spent last and of the West Indies mission; Peachtree. R. Watkins St., Company N. E., Atlanta, 659 West, Ga. FOR Marine SALE 16 ft. Plywood Boat
I finish,
Sweeney of complete
year, he
said. Now we'll I have Hampton, Stchp 1/14 line copper
many men, i soon to go to South Africa under Dr. H. C. Bollinger announces the opening of a new and modern decked wells tool box. false floor
including myself, who I FOR SALF.--"enn acre farm, fertile over front We also haVe
': .' will be going off the. state the Child Evangelism Fellowship. Chiropractic Clinic in the area. A new building has been constructed poll Three 3 room hous PS. several used motori'- Inquire at
ei. These construction payroll !The services will begin at 7:30 p. to house the clinic and was designed to give the be&t About two miles east of Starke, f.armH andCherry me and Sts.Auto Supply.
projects will itch
south of New Blanding Road. 1/4
!end in a year, and all of those men !m. nightly, with special pictures in clinic service. The clinic is located on Highway 100, just Reasonable for Ca .h. Sebe Harris

will be leaving." I i and music nightly.Alvarez North of Keystone Heights.Dr. Starke. 1 Up- FOR house RENT-Large about three miles unfurnl.hed from

After several FOR SALE-1M1 Chevrolet, clean, town. Also an unfurnished
exchanges and
between .
The Palmer
Bellinger Is a graduate of : School of Chiropractic furnished
Andrews and good condition $175. Mrs. Smith. apartment 201 West
Green Men's
Lewis ended Chairman Store of Davenport, Iowa and had post-graduate work in I Sift M. Thompson St. 2tp 1/14 Madson-! tfeh!
the discussion.
"We can all Has 61st AnniversaryAlvarez Logan Chiropractic College of St. Louis and in Lincoln Chiro 1937 PLYMOUTH Sedan For SaleRuns ; FOR SALB
go on
.t't night without practic College of Indianapolis. good, bf-ft offer accepted. KBtire krrd rattle, approx 70
getting anywhere.. I suggest Inquire at Gate to Camp Blat id- brad. (bait of them .whit fare _
defer we Store, established here injr_ Up (...... Hrlfrr, Cal r.. Regial.
action ujtil we the He has practiced since 1938, with the exception of 3 1-2 years r.
get com : in i 1894, is rd Ilrrford Bull. Good ronditioB.
pleted plans and have a public' currently observing the during which time he served in a :Medical Detachment of The FOR RENT-Garage Apartment 9SQ: head Philip Hartlaeaa,
hearing." The beginning of its 61st year with its with living room, bedroom bath, Crmham, Fla.
Council United States Army in World War Two.
know how agreed.
S Car manufacturers Then annual anniversary sale. lasting all electric kitchen. Also sleep
turned to the large through The new modern clinic will provide the mot modem equipment, ing rooms.' House at Kings )" RUBBER STAMPS SIGNATURE
to build cars. Dealers know how group of about 25 persons. Saturday. Iake. Mrs. J. M. Mtichell, 302 W. Stampfi Daters made to order. One
i. "Has The store is now owned and operated including Xray and Neurocalometer. Madison. UpNEEDED day S n'ice. Florida Rubber

rq: to sell them. Bankers are specialists come before anyone the else Council business?" to by W. H. Graham, grandson I USED FURNITURE-, Jacksonville.Stamp Co., 915 Fla.Hendricks 4tp Ave.1/28,
:. asked.A of J. M. Alvarez the founder. OFFICE clothes by family burned out.
c in car financing. The Leave at Ducky's, 118 West Call i CARPENTER WORK-Block work,
hush fell over the room. management attributes its Monday and ThursdayIonday: Through Friday St. Itchg wiring plumbing, roofing, siding,
and And
Weoffer advantages then success and long life to the sprouting and
you one by fact cement work.
!J"ccTJIl one they got up and that through the Evenings 10 A.M. to 12 Noon FOR RENT-Furnished gar age Write C. A. Sorrell, c/o Bradford
:: affordto left the room years it has es apartment at Kingsley Lake. Mrs. County Telegraph. ,
that cannot until
economies you it once more 7 to 8:30 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. I 4tp 1/28
tablished ,
resembled a normal a reputation for selling Pauline) Torort- Stchg I L/!!
Get the facts figures meeting night. quality merchandise at Other Hours By Appointment NEED CHEAP TRANSPORTATION"
pass up. Lt'ft't're the Council, Mayor, reasonable i t ,FOR RKNT-Four mom cottage See this 1950 English Ford at (
Clerk, Police City prices. near Standard Oil Bulk Station. I h Torode Used Car Lot. Good Con-
and details of our plan. Then you Chief one engineer, I 1 $20 per mo. phone 137 it chg I dition, priced to selL tf
one salesman and a reporter. ,
decide with your own best

can interests in mind. Pedestrian Struck SMOKEY __ PLEDGE YOUR HELP-PREVENT FOREST FIRES I


at Starke brings you I : CARELESSNESS PUT YOU ,
Charlie BURNING AttTCdf! I '. 7
Cortueright was EAD OUT CAMPFIRE !!
struck -
Press world news summary on Station WDVII at noon by a car driven by Leonard Mitchell .I I- -- t .
of North Carolina Monday when ;; a / i4 ...ALWAYS BE EXTRA

each Monday and Friday. J he stepped off the curve in frontof I I 4 0 I 'Sj p CAREFUL WITH FIRE IN THE !

the courthouse at Call St. and WOODS; t

Temple Ave.Cortueright.

was sent to Alachua \

I County Hospital with a probable
FLORIDA BANK at STARKE fractured hip.According .

0 to a report prepared,

by the Starke Police, Mitchell was i ),

Member Florida National Group driving north on U. S. 301 when I _

Cortueright suddenly stepped off! Strip No. T-22 -
the curb in front of his cor. '