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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 14, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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Dr.Of Community-Hospital R. E. Edmondson Tells Relationship Women\ COil NTY TELECH Copy e"c 1





A community must put the( life 1 ike an automobile. "Everyone Official County Publication Established In 1879

and soul into its hospital accordIng 1 ikes to ride but no one wants to

to Dr. R. E. Edmondson administrator 1 my the gas." VOLUME SEVENTY-SIX STARKE FLORIDA. FRIDAY- : UARY 14, 1955 NU3IBEU TWENTY-SEVEN
of the Bradford Coun- ,During the brief business session

ty Hospital. He told the members I?receding the program. volunteers
of the Woman's dub this week were signed up to keep the Cham- j I Woman's Club Votes 35-10 To Oppose
that a hospital could not achieve 1 3er of Commerce office open while DID WE MAKEPrivy Starke's 1954 growth and progress can be
its aim unless it has the esteem I.he executive secretary Mrs. }..Iaran measured in many ways. Building permits, bank

and support ot the community. I Howe, is attending the State deposits, postal receipts, and population figures Location Of New SupermarketStarke's
.It must be OUR hospital, not ]air" at Tampa. Mrs. Calvin all tell their story but they are only part of Nearby

THE hospital." he said. Dr. Ed- ]loupt reported on the successful ProgressIn the picture. Progress is also measured in other
mondson spoke to the group on J holiday dance given by the Little yoman's Club voted 35-10 Wednesday to op-

the functions and the costs of a 'Women. and plans for a spring ways.Take privies, for instance. County SanitarianJack pose the erection of a supermarket next to its property on N.

hospital The Woman's Club votedat I clean-up drive were discussed.One 1954? Trawick says that 34 unsanitary toilets were Walnut St. and then voted to send a six-member delegationto

the meeting to raise money to new member, Mrs.: Charles corrected within Starke's city limits during 19:>4. : the City Council to voice its protest.

furnish one room for the new hos- ]ditchings, was voted into the club Eighteen of these were restored to a sanitary The vote was carried out by a secret ballot following a discussion -
at this time.
pital.Dr. with septic marked by pleas for club unity. The Woman's Club
condition and 16 were replaced new
Edmondson first explained a During the social period several I
record
became the second Starke institution to go on as opposed
definition of a hospital He saidit I clever musical numbers were presented tanks. That's progress!
might be called a physical property : by a group ot children from Trawick tells us that there are only 60 old- to the supermarket location, joining the Official Boardof

of considerable value with I the 6th and 7th Grades under the time privies left within the city limits, and manyof the First Methodist Church. controversial issue v.il1like-

specialized equipment! and a staffof I direction of their music teache. these are in a sanitary condition. At least 40 The
ly be for consideration again
qualified persons to care for ,Mrs. Ralph Knight These young of them are in sparsely settled areas recently Post Office May ruesday up night at the City Council
the sick with the word "Hospital"over ;singers were: Carolyn Pellum, Kay 'ef''r {, incorporated in the new city limits. at 7:30
the door. Dennis, Carolyn Vickers, Donna I meeting beginning p.m.
However, some 20 of the remaining ones are I Guy Andrews, who has presented
.
He felt it was really more like Faxon Gayle Andrews, Geraldine : }
the definition used by R. F. Whit- Blount Dianne Firth Bill Green,! located near established sewer lines and the own- Get First Class' tentative plans for building aLovett's

aker In an address to' the American Bill Dockstader Buster Partin,. ers have been given 90-day notices, as specifiedby Supermarket on the

Hospital! Association. Dave Long, Donna Trawick, and Starke's city code, to hook up to the sewer property adjacent to the Woman's

"A hospital Is all of the people Kay Hart. Mary Catherine Wainwright line with flush-type toilets. They are remindedthat Rating In JulyStarke's Club and lying between the Firs

of a community who are constantly accompanied the group at I 4 Starke's city code specifies that any person Methodist and First Baptist
working together. It is the the piano. I Churches, said this week he hopedto
I !% within 300 feet of a sewer line must hook up to
people organizing planning thinking _, postal receipts climbedto have final plans by then.
Refreshments were served by
I it. The code also specifies that the city may
and working together to makea the hostesses.Building. I U,909 during 1951 to put the Several Councilmen said they
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at the owner's
place to care for the sick. iWi. remedy unsanitary conditions ex post office in line for a "First hoped to settle the matter when

It is a friendly place. It is a I : : pense. Class" rating next July. The normal the plans are presented.The .

place of the heart run in a busInesslIke Permits The elimination of unsanitary privies from procedure is to designate any Woman's Club action was
manner." the city has been a three-year project. and Tra- post office with over 540,000 in precipitated by a recommendationby

Edmondson said that patients ..' __ wick considers 1954 his most successful year to postal receipts as a "First Class' > the Club's Executive Board that

stay in hospitals for shorter periods Record New High s 4- date. He hopes to complete the job before 1956 I office. the Club send a delegation to the

today than ever before. He ________ rolls around and we wish him success. The Postmaster G. J. McGriff Jr. City Council vigorously opposing
said this was due to new drugs. -- elimination of an unsanitary privy may be Unspectacular said that the "First Class" rating the erection of the supermarket.
new techniques more rapid diagnosis 4 would actually mean little to the President Jeanette D. Kincaid
In Construction '_' ; ; : but it's a sure sign of progress. never-
and a concentration of train- '_ theless. general public. He said it was urged free and open discussion on

ed personnel The per diem rate t \largely devoted to the changing the issue, and several members
for a hospital room is higher, he I of certain administrative practices voiced objection to the super.
said but the total cost of the hospital New building In Starke reachedan ,within the post office itself.
-' ,II' market. A few felt the Woman'sClub
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stay is less. unprecedented $1,379,901 during Consulting Engineers .: "' '-7--" ----x.---.. I "-'-,, -.,' Starke's receipts last year total- should take no stand on the
He cited the high costs of the 1954 as building permits record City Employs .'i : : : I led 539,542.82, or just short of the issue. Others spoke only In general .

hospital He said it not only had the highest total In the city's New ;;' :: "First Class" goal. terms, requesting a vote "for

to furnish food linen. and other history. The figure dwarfs Starke's In New Bern PlantStarke's 1Dragline" \ The post office was'rated "First the community as a whole and not
everyday necessities for the pa- previous all-time high of $366,935 Revives Interest Class" for a short period when !just for personal reasons."

tients, but it had to buy new and ,in 1941 during the early Camp Camp Blanding was active, and ,! Mrs. H. B. Peyton, who presidedat
costly equIpment. The instruments -I Blanding era when the city expanded City Council held a New Bern yesterday to examine J the mails were flooded with letters the Executive Board meeting,
for a common to meet the influx of serv i rom servicemen their
operation the five engines.If and families.
special meeting this week to hear presented both sides of the Issuein
coat from $500 to $800.A icemen's families. Clyde the engineer's report is favor- McGriff said that the post office
their fiscal representative, a discussion of the Board'srecommendation.
hospital also has a low utilization The new building record seems Pierce of Jacksonville, express his able, the Council will probably 1 would receive no official designation She urged the

on its capital investment, he even more impressive when com views on the City's proposed meet New Bern's price of $200,000 : until the next fiscal year In women to vote for the best interests -
Saves
said. Operating room equipment I pared with recent years. Last years revenue certificates. for the 5000 k.w. plant. The plant July, but he said the ratings were of the community.Mrs. .
costs froffl' J6.000 to $10,000, and permits totalled 221,450 and told the Councilmen that will have to be housed in a new usually based on a post office exceeding -
yet It maybe used only one houron 1952 permits ran to 146975. The Pierce would probably need a detailed building in Starke and will increasethe $$40,000 in receipts duringthe E. K. Perryman led off the
one day none the next, and only previous postwar high! was recordedin :, they of the City's power capacity to almost preceding calendar year. discussion by saying: "I don'tthink
two hours the engineering survey Man the club would be doing its
next. The cost
1951 when
$330,435 In load.
building marketthe four times the present __
town before they could
duty if we failed to
of the 31e hours must be borne protest the
permits was recorded. The engineering firm will also
Council
The
desired bonds. Ball
by the community.He Birthday building of this supermarket."
said statistics show that Most of this year's building was I estimated that the City will need consolidate separate reports on She pointed out that many things
the. confined to six ,. to take' the City's water tank, water and
major projects to borrow almost $500.000
hospital bill is only 20 per cent of 'I Hours To Aid Local'Dimes' about a nearby supermarket wouldbe
New Starke schools lines and electric current
the total national health bill Other totalled $475- care of needed Improvements. sewage unfavorable to the Woman's
percentages are: professional 000. Bradford County hospital,. The New Bern power plant sprang: distribution system into an over- Drive
37 $360J)53; Saratoga Heights subdivisIon back into the conversation, and all report for prospective bond Club.Mrs.
fees
cent
per ; supplies and medicine Dave Paulk said that she
$160,000; Pinehaven subdivision to make one purchasers.In .
the Council agreed
15 Bradford County's "March of
cent dental
per ; 15 per felt that wives of businessmen,
cent braces ,' $145,000; Setzer's super.. more effort to secure the five- other action at the meeting, Dimes" drive went into hlgh'gearthu
; and other equipment, .... ( could take
ikf_herself no active
13 pr-* nfc InlU'kpt.tuna; .=d the. Phillip: geeratue lauk : the CJ& Co- ncll spoke bnlefiy i S -S week;; accoVding" to Benedict part in the discussion since there
He said the Petroleum Co. bulk plant, $25,000..S Reynolds, Smith and Hills, a the garbage pick-up for the city. Finzer, county chairman. Flnzer
share
hospital's Is Polaroid 1-Mlnute Photo by th- Telegraph were' so many persons on either
The other $172,348 was devotee I Consulting engineering firm ot The Council urged all home own- said coin collectors will be placedat
to individual new homes, and repairs .\Jacksonville, was retained by the ers to have their garbage in metal The City's new dragline is shown above as it is used to implanta businesses throughout the coun- side of the issue.

or additions to standinjana : city for its engineering, and a containers, with lids and in plain I 50-ft light pole along State Road 100 on Water St The new drag- ty this weekend. Mrs. Junius Smith and Mrs. J.
Edwards ..____ __..
Douglas ana Lh-Businesses.Institutional I enresentative, of the firm flew to sight for the garbage crew. line Is saving numerous man hours on this type of operatIon'and In Finzer said he was also completing R. Kite both expressed the opinion
building led In new digging ditches for water and sewer lInes plans on a "Birthday Ball," that the final outcome of the controversy .
construction with $838,053. This Face Week would not be, affected by
BHS Court Teams Busy sponsored annually In memory of
Named TrusteesTwo total includes the new schools, new New Licenses Sell Fire Department President Franklin D. Roosevelt the Woman's Club decision, and
hospital, and the they felt the Club should not takea
$3,000 Carver for Saturday, Jan. 29.
Masonic Lodge. Both Girls And Boys Lose GamesBradford Faster Than In 1954Sale Answers Two CallsThe He said Mrs. Sam Anderson and stand of such a controversialissue.

vacancies on the Board of New home construction totalled .Mrs. E? D. Tenly will be co- .
Trustees of the Bradford County $386,600, including the two new High's boys and girls :scoring. of 1955 license plates is Starke Fire Department answered 'chairman of the Mother's March Mrs. Lex Green countered by

Hospital Corporation were recently subdivisions and $81,600 in new basketball teams each came out The girls lost to Palatka, 48-24, running well ahead of last year two calls Thursday morn that will be staged later this this question: "Can we improveour
filled by Acting Governor Individual houses. New business on the short end of the score In and then lost a heart-breaker to according to J. R. Kelly, tax col ing. They put out a trash fire month. community If we don't take

Charley E. Johns.J. construction totalled $67,000 for their two latest games. Both teams Lake Butler. 46-45. Coach Nina lector. By the end of the first behind the First Baptist Churchand The Bradford County Junior a part in this issue?" She said
Maurice Edwards was appointed the new supermarket and Phillips will see plenty of action this Bishop says the team is improvingwith week Jan. 8)), he reported 377 Chamber of Commerce will place the club's 10-year effort to build
to fill the vacancy causedby bulk plant. Repairs and additionsto week. every game and she hopesto automobile licenses sold as compared made an "unnecessary run" to the coin collectors and will solicit ing a library would be spoiled by
the expiration of the term of break into the winning column with the same number on the Old Blanding Road behind
old buildings totalled'$88,248. The boys will play DuPont in donations from the merchants, he the proposed commercialization of
Claude May of Hampton. J. K.Douglas Jacksonville tonight (Friday) this week. Jan. 12 for last year. Luther Powell's turpentine still. I said. The Jaycee volunteers willbe the area.
was appointed to the va- Jackie Prevatt with 13 and Sale of "GK" truck licenses by The fire by the Baptist Church under .
with both "A" and "B" teams the direction of Rev. J. "A public library Is a sign of
cancy caused by the resignation Co// SternbergHas playing. Both "A" and "B" teams Sandra Strickland with eight led the end of the first week was 73 appeared to be shooting flames E. Sherwood. progress as well as a super-
of Hewlett S. Anderson who is will take the court tomorrow the scoring against Palatka. as compared with 73 on Jan. 12 I from the rear of the church to market she said.

moving from Brooker to Gaines- Hew Duties night here against Ketterlinus. and 'Against Lake Butler Miss Strick.last year. Sale of "W" automobile observers from Call St., but the INK CLOSED WEDNESDAYFOR Mrs. Maxie Carter Sr. pointedout

ville. next Tuesday they will play P. K. land scored 19 and Miss Prevatt tags was well ahead of last year church was not affected and the LEE'S BIRTHDAYThe that the new Setzer's Super-
I "'"11" with 91 sold by Jan. 8 as comparedwith fire was easily extinguished. market
Yonge. Next Friday Paxon Field had brought a great deal
here. 12.Bank the same number sold by Jan. The second call was a case of I Florida Bank at Starke will I of
Fire Loss Hits of Jacksonville will play congestion to S. Walnut St. and
The girls will play Lake City Officers Are 16 last year. mis-direction, according to Asst. i'ot be open for business next Wednesday asked the members to think of
Kelly reminded motorists to Chief W. Pickett who Jan. 19 Robert E. Lee'!I
C. said the ,
here ) Ocala here what it could
tonight (Friday Re-elected For 1955At do to the area surrounding -
$73,000 In 54 Tuesday, and Ketterlinus in St. purchase their tags before the Feb. actual fire was far outside the I birthday a legal holiday in the i the Woman's Club.

1 Augustine next Friday. All games the annual meeting of stock- 20 deadline. rity limits near the Raiford Road. I State of Florida. Mrs. Kincaid, Mrs. W. H. Noll-

Starke's fire loss was estimatedat begin at 7:30 p.m. houlders of the Florida Bank at r man and others said the Woman'sClub

$73,000 for 1954 according to The boys lost to Palatka, 60-51: Starke on 'Tuesday, Jan. 11, DIr- FARM FORESTER"Timber : KEPT 'ON HE GO' IN COUNTYFarm was a vital part of the community -
records kept by the Starke Fire 4'i and to Lake Butler, 52-40, this ectors R. F. Bartlett, Dr. P. A. and that it could not dodgea

Department Chief D. W. car- week. Starke trailed Palatka, 8- Brinson, W. B..Sewell. Ernest J. '; !" Another yellowmarked decision on such an Issue. They

penter and Asst. Chief C. W. 12, at' the end of the first quarter, Snead, and Harold C. Wall were : tree bites the dust, and as the;I urged a vote with the club the
Pickett estimated that $428.650 tied the 27-27 the 'I neighborhood, and the town
but game up, by re-elected for the new year. logger procedes to the next yel aa a
worth of property was Involved In half. Palatka forged ahead in President S. L. Peek Jr., in his low-dotted pine he might well say t whole in mind.
tires during the year or 17 percent ., the second half to lead at the annual report to the stockholders, here." The final motion was presentedby
himself
# to : "Champion was
loss In fires. third quarter, 45-39, and added to cammented on economic growthof Like the famous "Kilroy" who Mrs.: Nollman after previous
The 1954 record shows a sharp the margin to win by nine points. the Nation and also of Starke about the motions had been changed and
rise in fire loss as compared with I Starke trailed Lake Butler in Bradford 1954ei moved country imprint- .>>J.l .dp.P
and Count during *)\ng 'hVs trademark vponmaves 1 Je plDr : >> III(
1951 when theta was otlvlwi 9.. \PU&e (\ -yr.y ,li2Jr29 7.P..wJRa< ';i' .r&' '< 4? <<{',4:& (ccc: 0 't\ "%'t't't.. % 'sm \ \>)>at ))?l)) '))))p-D3'Y .At'y 3J"- 't 't't > m ctham \b \gb1I.mg ttiai:
I !( fsmai
8ar1: (1ct afiaat Bca.< mCrJJ)1Y'J
t>'J') 33 ThsJ) par ceol)tU'JoSk : .." (( ,@ c.\\t { ':I.nUY. \!."\)\\ -r,1 1 I >& deposits totaled $2,333,632.10,1: } wzrnlsnd ) 4 z--. "Ta chaa f. <&e <:' '.t!.<:.<.. '. { \
).\ ot last year's Joss was .tSSWfc __ << ) 9 &avugyetfow ( fwesiei :
2J18.Edwr )u:\.tvtt'\>t\\ t't t.% \* % two loomed ; area at toe presentidentialirtstltutional))m 1rom res-
patot spfashts OTV -
t'ctc&\1\\> \ fttfe. 'Th 5>fcl2fc/s I Afcnflge leO toe Siarii*;)year ago. loans and discounts( trees. I I to commercial
Supermarket wag rated &n almost. j scorers the PaJatka game with totaUed $119,544.02 an favctease of'I I3r i 1 is YCfessary; and, in our opinion
total toss \vh n. burned shortly 1 19 points. Stanley Clark \\as. next I per cent above a year ago. Most ol Champioiv's work since I is contrary to the principles of
before Us anticipated} opening last with 15 points. Townsend The following officers were reelected he came here in October has been I j' Inspects good planning and zoning. We do
ML The loss was estimated at I land and Glen Reddish each StriCk-I : S. L. Peek Jr., President; devoted to the marking of trees for I not wish this petition to be inter

$65,000 for building and equipment points each to lead the Starke Dr. P. A. Brinson, Vice President; sale. He has already marked and : preted in any way as an unfriendly -
which were valued at $77,500. I scorers in the Lake Butler game. I C E. Hernwall Cashier; and BillyG. I'tallied 325,000 feet of board timber j _cp, ? I. act, as we have only the high
Fire loss for other fires amountedto II I Col. Ben Steinberg a native of Lake Butler Center Fabrin Scaff Epps and Ernest J. Snead As- and 250 cords of pulp wood. Doomed est regard for the local Lovett's
Starke and son of Mr. and Mrs. When he for !
only 8000. dropped in 24 points to lead the I sistant Cashiers. inspects a woodlot I : store and its personnel We submit -
The fire department answered I' N. Sternberg of Daytona Beach, selling timber, he makes a "100 -tt,_ r I this only as an expression of

72 calls in 1954 as compared with has been assigned to the Infantry County Has First Wayside Park per cent mark and tally" study. .I t what we sincerely believe to be In
Section, Office Chief of He
Army estimates the board feet in
only 48 In 1953. Seven of the calls I \I the best interest of the property
Field Forces, Ft. Monroe Va. He each individual tree and marks Tree :
were outside the city limits in I owners directly concerned and the
was formerly Assistant Chief of those trees most suitable for cut- 1 '
1954, and nine were outside the -w- i --- I city at large..'
city limits in 1953. Staff, G-l (Personnel) with the : : 1r4: ting.He ?, 4;, .. ,*. More than 20 signatures were

Fire loss in 1952 was $32,012, Eighth Army in Korea. 1 sees that each tree is marked .. obtained on the petition at the
but as in last year most of the Cot Sternberg enlisted in the with two yellow spots. One j I!meeting.
loss was attributed to one fire. Army in 1933. He was appointedto spat is five feet off the ground, c j I The delegation named to appear
An old plastics! plant used by the U. S. Military Academy at 1It rnd the other is near ground leveL # 'j before the Council next week is;
Hartman Furniture Co. burned West Point in 1934 and was commissioned The high mark aids the buyer In 'Mrs. Ferryman, Mrs. Green :Mrs.
causing $25,000 worth of the upon graduation in 1933. locating Umber to be cut, and the Bradford County's Farm Forester estimates the board feet in i I Maxie Carter Sr., Mrs. Ralph Al-
damage.In His first assignment was with the low mark prevents him from sawing tree he has marked for cutting. lie chose an old, turpentined tra varez. Mrs. Bertha Pearce, and

1951 fire loss was estimatedat 1st Infantry Division. He served .T.TI : I down unmarked trees. Each that was showing signs of Insect lnI tatIon. Mrs. W. B. Parks. I
$9,4,00.First with this unit In Europe during stump should have a yellow mark I (
World War II and was decorated -I on it, and a buyer is penalized If pion presents the woodland owner contracts, and furnishing the
with the Distinguished Service '- he cuts an unmarked tree. with a management plan for his woodland owner with a price rangein Welfare Head Praises i

Baptist Church Cross, the Silver Star Medal and : Champion divides his time remaining timber. Champion also which his timber should falL Children's CommitteeMiss I

Plans Nightly RevivalThe the Bronze Star Medal with two equally between Bradford and St. keeps a complete record of each He also helps the woodland I
Oak Leaf Clusters. Johns counties, but he has made lot of timber, and he assists the owner In purchasing proper tools, Frances Davis, director of I

First Baptist Church will I In 1946-47 Col. Sternberg was --.- _ .. .l his headquarters in Starke in the woodland owner in carrying out control burning, combating disease the Child Welfare Department,
begin a full week of revival meet. an instructor at the Command and offices used by the Soil Conservation -his management plan. and Insects and by providing the State Department of Public Welfare !
ings Sunday with the. Rev. Pat: General Staff College Ft. Leaven- 1 Service. If a plan calls for the sale of latest information about naval Jacksonville, was guest :

WiI berly of Gainesville as e\'anJ, worth Kan., and was sent to Champion can furnish a variety more timber In five years Champion stores. speaker at the Tuesday luncheon i
list. The services will begin at 7:3Cp. )I Korea in 1953 to command the of services to the small landowner knows by his records when He can't help! in a clean cut meeting of the Bradford County f

m. throughout the week ending: 5th Regimental Combat Team. For e .. '- y although most of his early requestshave the five-year period Is up, and he. operation since such a plan defeats Children's Committee. !
on th following Sunday. his service he was awarded the been for marking timber for. aids the land owner In selectingnew the purpose of the farm for- Miss Davis described the various !

Rev. Lewis D. Haines will be th i Legion of Merit In 1954 he was sale. He has received 23 requests trees for sale. esLry program. As Champion services available to children !
song leader, and Mrs. L. A. Canovj L transferred to the Eighth Army. Pictured above is covered picnic table at Bradford County's first. so far, and has answered 15 ol The Farm Forester then assists i states it: "My job is to help the through the welfare service. She i

will be director of music. Everyone Col. Sternberg: Is married to the wayside park situated on U. S. 301 near the Santa Fe Fire Tower it l them. It takes him two or three the land owner in completing his I small, landowner( get a top price praised the Bradford County Committee I

is welcome to attend thes services. N.Y. and a grill for cooking. When the timber Is cut, Cham-. operators, providing sample((good stand left." I and most active in the state.
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, editorial SOME FIRES ARE USEFUL- \ UNCONTROLLED E 4 4 I

MANY LANDOWNERS START FIRES SPREAD AND! farmer's Diary 4
FIRES TO ELIMINATE ROlk&l BURN UP MILLIONS

UNDERGROWTH REDUCING iOF DOLLARS WORTH I By Sam McGarrey MovGTLOCAL I
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THE DANbER OF VALUABLE 3 3Tbe
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For Mail Delivery AgainThe ;5t JANUARY 9-15' l Items author of will Interest be glad te receive OR .Safe DependableEconomical PHONE
< concern4
/ BUT IS "FOREST FIREPREVENTION
/ !lag; the activities of farmers In 311
THEY HAVE hISTANCELONG
announcement this week that Starke's WEEK"! MAKEEVERY Bradford County. Suggestions may4
FIGHTER
FIRE .- t R. B. Alvarez OR
misses be left at the Telegraph office or
several of
office after near ,
post years CREWS THAT WEEK
will go "First Class" is heartening news to PLOW FIRE n IN 1955"FOREST E mailed to Sam McOarvey, Lawtey, Agents For TRANSFER AND 250-J
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-- -- = Bros. STORAGE CO.
citizens of Starke. BREAKCLEARINGS j FIRE po
PREVENTIONAROUND aaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Not that a "First Class" post office necessarily THE WEEK.. Well, what with trying to get fell on part of our berry patch.

, means much to the man in the street, FIRED AREA; Daisy back up on her feet (the What a thrill it was to see the STORAGEPerryman
since it is chiefly devoted to administrative r mortgage we just put on her was I

changes within the post office itself. But it's too much, apparently) and tryingto water falling on the dry soil, wet- Bldg S. Court St. Starke, Florida i
water out of well onto ting the plants, and making the .
still good to know that we've finally'reached the KEEP get up a -
top after a long climb from a "Fourth Class" post FLORIDA GREEN! our berry patch, we've all had a fertilizer available, to the plants. "- --- <-I ,
How many times we've looked
office back in 1857. E Q very trying week. Right now,
I ,9Mosty though, Daisy is up, and part of anxiously to the skies, hoping for t

The new "First Class" rating will not go into ,... .'."..a"'''''..'.'.'''.#'' the berries have been irrigated, BO rain from every dark cloud that DRAPES :
effect until July, but it is based on Starke's exceeding If"r we feel better. passed over us! How many timeswe
have been disappointed, and
$40.000 in postal receipts during 1954. saw the plants dry up and pro- SLIP COVERSREUPHOLSTERIHG 1IQ i
Jay Eunice stopped by early in
Now that we've reached this long-sought goal. the week to tell us that Daisy was duce little or nothing. Irrigationmay

it's high time we attained a new one. We feel Public Apathy Is To Blame down in one of his fields, and that be the answer..5. 1aQ .

we're entitled to "First Class" service from our she had been fighting and been
Right we're
now studying two
"First Class" post office, and we believe that whipped. Sam hurried over and by I
For Huge Annual Forest Fire LossThe much solutions to our problem. One is BEAUTIFUL FABRICS t
persuasion managed to get
means house-to-house delivery. to try to increase the flaw from ELEGANT STYLING It
her back home where she belonged.
House-ta-housemail delivery does not come week of January 9-15 has years. Careless woods-burning is However, she got down again and the 2-inch well from 40 gallonsper PERFECT TAILORING i
minute to
automatically. It must come from united actionon been proclaimed Cooperative Forest a misdemeanor punishable by a wouldn't stir, so we .asked our a considerably lar-
ger output. We hope to do this Call Peg at 239 for Advice t tCHAS.A
the part of Starke's citizens. A survey team Fire Prevention Week in Flori- fine of up to $200'andor; a county neighbors, Bryant Reddish, Harold and
by using an acid treatment
must first determine whether or not Starke has da. It is particularly appropriate prison term of up to three months. Eunice, and Mack Griffis to help learned about from John, whichwe Free
at this time, with the woods as dry But whether a man sets a woods get her up. They lifted her, and Cald-
2500 subscribers, and this survey team must be well, an engineer with Humphreys.As j
as a tinder box due to prolonged fire deliberately or through care- we straightened out her wobbly SHEPHERD
the local citizens.If we understand
requested by drought, and ready to burst into lessness, he is liable for the costsof knees, and the old gal was backon it, muriatic acidis C.
put in the well and
each organization and civic group in Starke flame at the drop of a match. In putting it out and may be sued her feet again. The trouble, we through the forced down

would petition the local postmaster, he could, in recent weeks the night sky in this for the damage caused by his act. think, was that she seeded some the limestone casing, where around it dissolves the- TV Radio Seat Covers Upholsterin
area has been almost constantly hay and high protein feed. She
turn, consolidate these petitions into one of his But unfortunately a lot of wood- well point and makes a larger Starke, Fla.
lighted by the tell-tale glow ofa made short work of the bale of
directed to the Postmaster General. burners stream of water
own never get caught, and available for
forest fire and
highways have hay Bryant gave us (she's hungryall
One letter on our behalf has already reached been overcast in many spots! with many of those that do are acquitted the time) and now she seemsa pumping. This week we are going -- ... .
to '
General. It sent by Con- the acrid smoke from burning by apathetic juries. General lot better. try to get more information on ,_: .. . -.. :- '::. = --= :: -- :-_:::.
the Postmaster was trees and underbrush.The apathy, not only of juries, but of this process, for we want to be -
gressman D. R. (Billy) Matthews last week as a the citizenry at large, is the big e sure of what we're doing beforewe

follow-up to his recent visit here, and it very shameful truth is that more weakness in enforcement of the When we weren't lifting Daisy, start pouring acid down a well. FACTORY FACTORY
effectively sums up the case for Starke. than 95 per cent of forest fires forest protection laws. What is we were working on the irrigation .
are caused by people. And Florida needed to lick the problem is a system, especially Ed and John. The other alternative is to design APPROVED ENGINEERED
It reads in "In the late spring of 1953a After one 8-hp gasoline engine
part: had the worst record in the nation strong public sentiment against and install a system which will ,
survey was made at Starke, Florida, which is last 3 ear. woods-burning either deliberatelyor and pump failed to give results, operate 40 gallons per minute. SERVICE PARTS
in my Congressional District, to see of this city carelessly a collective frameof we decided to use Katrinka, the This can be done by using sprink-
qualified for house-to-house delivery as far as Uncontrolled fire in Florida mind which is the staunchestof tractor for power, and see whatwe lers with a lower output, and letting

population is concerned. It is my understandingthat woods kills tiny tree seedlings and all protectors of the woods. could borrow to experimentwith. the system water a given areaa Washing Painting Repairing
Reconditioning
stunts saplings and older trees, Well, we got a power take-off longer time.Meanwhile ,
at that time Starke lacked only 200 subscribers leaving them open to insects and You can help create and nourish attachment from Ralph Alvarez, a Wrecker Service

of reaching the required 2500 sub- disease attacks. Fire in the woods this sentiment pump and fittings from Ed Dur every chance we get,

scribers. also sets the stage for soil erosion, by using influence in ban, an old belt from Colonel Yarborough we are hoeing and fussing with
floods, and droughts, and short your a belt stitcher from Tom our berry plants, BRAKE TIRES IGNITION
"Since this survey was made in 1953 whichI the cause of woods fire prevention; Tatum, and trying to get
ages of game and fish. assembled them all. them grownig. We have some TESTING AND STARTER
realize is less than two years ago the city by trying to find out if you We pumped about
40 gallons per bloom BRAKE
and fruit
limits have been extended one-half mile in each And yet, man himself is re- are a landowner, who is responsiblefor minute and temporarily used it for plants don't green but if the TUBES GENERATOR
a lot LINING
grow
more we
direction, two new subdivisions of approximately sponsible for most of this devasta- any fire that gets onto your aitch watering. won't have enough berries to satisfy FENDER SALES BATTERIES.

50 or more homes have been built, and one large tion. Six out of ten of Florida's acreage; the robins. This week we are REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL

industry has moved to town. In addition to these wildfires are deliberately set by by taking an open stand Incidentally, from the little we going to dust the plants with DDT BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE
developments, there have been some I think firebugs on land that belongs to against woods-burning. If you saw of that type of irrigation, we and sulphur, to see: if we can't
who voted against such delivery Who may desireit somebody else. serve on a jury trying a wildfire see the drawback that it just keep the trouble from red spider

now. I would like in view of these develop- The second worst offender is the case, make an effort to get your about requires that one man be in and thrip down to. a minimum. Complete Lubrication Service
.
ments at.Starke, to request the recount of sub- careless citizen who lets his trash, fellow jurors to accept the fact constant attendance all the time, V
scribers to see whether house-to-house deliverycan brush, or clearing fire get away that woods-burning should be pun- and it does wash the beds and soil Heard that a most unusual event DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS
from him.Taken ished; quite a bit. happened a while back. Seems
be made available now to this fine city. Reconditioned
Used Cars and Trucks
e that an old red hen rode to Starkeon
.
The groundwork has been laid, and it is now and together, incendiarism nearest by fire reporting tower;wildfires to the Then, after we obtained a fitting, Earl Mosley's truck and got<< We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
up to us as individuals, and as members of local careless brush burning are we connected our set-up with the off at the Park Theatre. Usually

organizations, to see that this worthwhile serv- responsible for almost 75 per cent by beating out small fires aluminum line and sprinklers, and it's the young chickens that are
ice receives the full backing of Starke's citizens.Let's of. our woods fires. Most of the before they are out of control; at last the magic man-made rain crazy about the movies! HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.
rest
local are, also caused by man. by helping the ...-I _
get those petitions off to the postoffice Lightning usually accounts rangers fight
for
large ones. 600 Temple Ave. '' Phone 69
less than four cent ff'JiS
per of the an- I g
nual total. In proclaiming: Forest Fire Pre- Men's Clothing '1

Incendiarism vention Week. Governor Leroy ALVAREZ' STORE Established 1S94 ,' YOUR DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER
Time the deliberate Collins "
A Testing said: "With the help of all
firing of someone else's woods citizens, Florida's forest fires can ---. ,--- ._, -- ---- ---- -
is a crime, legally as well as moral! become r
a of the
memory past rather
For Private EnterpriseThroughout ly. The punishment is
fine
a of up than a menace to the future. -
to a thousand dollars
andor; a I to
urge you cooperate in this
state prison term of up to three vital "
campaign. I
the "domestic" half of President

Eisenhower's State of the Union Message runs fa A II I

vital assumption: .
-:' other editors y
That private enterprise and local agencies in say -

the U. S. will live up to their responsibilities and .
act "for the common welfare" if various activities, START WITH YOURSELF

the Federal government, are We can gain honest
now handled by government only if we are ready to be honest -
turned over to them. citizens. We can expect morality and strength of character in others TWO WORDS
only if we JUST
exercise
those
virtues
in
our own lives. In
build- the
that the private year ahead
The President assumes
we will
improve the
world to the
"its full extent that we improve .
ing industry by 1958 will have assumed Jacksonville Journal. ourselves. COMPLETE
role in providing adequate housing for our low

income families." He assumes that the health

insurance companies will take advantage qf OLD AGE TilE MOST FRUITFUL< THIS PICTURE .

government "reinsurance" proposals to branch It is possible to make old age the most fruitful part of our lives.

out and offer more extensive and lasting health Sunshine Magazine reports that an examination of the careers of some

insurance policies.He four hundred men, the most notable of their time and outstanding in

assumes that private citizens and com- many activities statesmen, painters, warriors, poets, writers _

panies will practice careful conservation in developing shows that the decade between 60 and 70 contained 35 per cent of theworld's -
greatest achievements; between 70 and 80 ,. .
the nation's natural resources. He like- 23 per cent; after -
80, 8 per cent. In other words, 64 per cent of the great achievements
wise assumes that local and state school buildingsand
teachers for the nation's growing school-age have. been accomplished by men who have passed their sixtieth year.E. .
Stanley Jones.
population.The .

two will provide some test of
next years DOING O. E'S DUTYA
President Eisenhower's trust in all these factors.If .
his faith is justified by the actions of individuals London physician who has made a study of how to get out of

and enterprises, a new milestone will a warm bed on a cold morning says the first thing to do when the
and establishment of alarm rings is to wiggle your toes. ._..:__
be passed in the progress
the western free system. The American way to respond to the alarm clock is to cover the
head with a pillow and shut out the sound.

However, if private enterprise and .l local But the doctor may have something. His advise would be easierto

agencies do not live up to their responslblhbes.clamor follow if you put the clock under the covers at the foot of the bed. !rfr

most certainly will arise for the federal That way you can wiggle your toes and shut off the alarm in the

government again to intervene. And unless same movement. And, having followed his prescripUon, you can go
President Eisenhower exhibits a stronger brandof back to sleep with a clear conscience.TimesUnion.. 1955 sow"way Mo&far Covpl A carol Mehn frUiGo
leadership in the second half of his term than .,

was shown in the first half it is doubtful that ANONYMOUS LETTERS ,
"
his hopeful "assumptions" concerning free en-
terprise will become realities. Every so often it seems necessary to restate our policy on lettersto
the editor. Since the recent shakeup in the police department

brought forth more letters, let us re-state that policy again.

People We welcome letters to the editor from any of our readers. Our ll
who think nothing of borrowing restrictions are simple. Letters must be concise, due to space limi- ,

money usually think even less of paying it back. tations, and they must be signed. We do not print the name of the ,__siq, Take a long look and you'll long for more than a look!

letter-writer if he desires it withheld, but we do require that the I Well, don't be satisfied with wishing because we hare a

identity of the writer be known to us. This rule is observed even when "Rocket"202 Oldsmobile waiting for you right now!So come

Today's Safety Slogan: Watch out for schoolchildren we agree wholeheartedly the letters, as we did with a couple of r N in and take the wheel. Feel the touch of your toe translatedinto

Especially! if they're driving cars! anonymous ones we received on the police issue. Incidentally, letters instant action. See how easy every driving moment can

need not agree with our own editorials to be printed. In cases where be.How hills seem to flatten as the"Rocket"wings you along.

there is a debate, we try to print letters from both sides in the And feel how rough roads iron out in this most comfortableof

Most men never bring the boss home to dinner proportion that they are received. -Lake Wales News. all Oldamobfles. Even if you've driven a past "Rocket",

because she's already there. you're missing something until you try this flashing all-new

POLITICS AND SCHOOLSThe "' "Rocket"2021!You're welcome test it..,soon.Then you'll

.."._..."' ..'''''''.........>:W'.L........_...'''.... ",............. n oOI.I: danger of political interference in the schools has been one a.t5' want to make this your year to go ahead with Oldsmobile!
Ahead/DIUUe ,
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST. of the chief objections to federal aid to education. The American f'_ >."
1879E. people generally prize highly their local control of the public schools.

L. MATTHEWS OWNER AND EDITORI But .it is not sufficient to keep the hands of politicallymotivatedfederal
officials off a local school system. There are enough shortsighted OLCSMOBIL.E I

FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS local politicans in any community eager to make every dollarof

public money and every public employe serve their personal .aims. .
( PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY And the schools, because they represent a tremendous expenditure of SEE YOUR NEAREST OLDSMOBILE DEALER

UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. money and a small army of public employes, make a prime target for

these perverters of political power.

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MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE FLORIDA UNDER teachers and parents actively interested in better schools.Times- PHONE 111 CALL AND COURT STS. STARKE
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fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYtfTYYYYY* YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYKeystone his stroke. Starke and daughter, Mrs. Agnes and was a former resident of Brad-I Mr. and Mrs. A. Padgett.

Claude Rowe of Lawtey and Laramore of Bartow, visited the ford County for about 50 years. Horace McKinney of Waldo visited -

HAMPTONby .Lonzo Starling and sons, Dick and H. H. and E. C. Lewises on Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Hardenbrookand j I
HeightsWAAAUUUUALAAAUAA his parents Mr. and Mrs. John
larklee, of Heilbronn were in our of last week. Sorry to children of Jacksonville spenta i
I community Saturday. report the illness of Mrs. E. C. McKinney Saturday.Mr. .
Mrs.Ym.. W. lIammond6A&AA&&A&A&AAAAA&AAA&AA& few days with her parents, Mr.
Happy birthday to Fred Pendar- Lewis and wish her a speedy re- and Mrs. John Moody.Mr. and Mrs. G. W. McKinneyof
via on Jan. 6. Jacksonville visited Mr. and
Miss Edith McDowell of Penney covery. and Mrs. V. L. McKinney of
Farms gave a most moving and Mrs. Clara Boone of Jackson- Mrs. J. W. McRae and son, Danny Fairbanks were of Mrs. Ray Starling over the week
Mrs. Lizzie has had her supper guests
8 ,1u>'a ur4ess 6olr house repaired Wynn where it was inspiring talk on her work with ville spent the weekend with the are spending a few days at Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney Sun-

-- AOMCA, NEBP. the World Friendship League at Homer Smiths. Green Cove Springs with Mr. and end.Mr.
day night.A
I .
-- damaged by fire a few weeks ago. and Mrs. F. M. Griffin were
r the of the Women The Book Mrs. Edwin McRae.
January meeting of Hebrews
was
Wherein the busy days fly by and and lemon juice to mayonnaise; Mrs. Wynn wishes to thank those large crowd gathered at the in Lake City on business recently.
:responsible for saving the house. of the Keystone; Heights Community studied this week at the church. Mrs. V. A. Browning was a guestof Baptist Church Friday night fora
New Year. .1 think of serve over cream style cottage
bring a
Church. Associated for 35 years Union meeting will be held at Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Saturday shower
cheese lettuce leaf.I Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Griffin for Mr. and Mrs. Roy CARD OF TIIAXKS
all the dear friends in the South- on a crisp
with the Church of All Nations in Black Pond on Jan. 28. night.
laDe have been using the new dry I daughter Phyllis and Mr. and Starling who had their home burn-
onion soup now on the market and Mrs. B. B. Eiland shopped in Boston Mass., as Director of Theodore Norman and Leslie J. C. Sapp was really surprisedlast ed down two weeks ago. They re- The family of the late L. R

It'. time to plant a garden! we like it very well for a change. :Starke Saturday.Mr. !Christian Education in the foreign 'Griffis and others have been working Sunday when he returned ceived many useful things. I Britt Lake Geneva wish to extend -
Miss McDowell
settlements of that -
In every mind there glowsA I am always busy at something.I and Mrs. S. J. O'steen and has lost city and on Flemming Island. home from church to find so manyof Mrs. Leslie Singleton of Jack- their thanks and appreciationto

dewy patch of violetsA even helped Don with three I daughter of Starke were Sunday .faith that all never people could hope live A thought for the weex: "A soft his friends and relatives there sonville visited Mr. and Mrs. John their many friends for their

lily and a rose. funerals at the church. Two were i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold answer turneth away wrath; but for his birthday. I can't name Surrency Saturday.Mr kindness during their recent be-
at Church. I ]Rhoden. together.She previous words stir up anger." them all, but those of this com-
our Presbyterian
and Mrs. James Imler of 't'nement.J.. L. Britt and family
The picture' a garden told of her correspondencewith Proverbs 15:1. munity were Rev. and Mrs. Hall
With brown bees buzzing near drove the Cadillac funeral car to Waneta Lyle, youngest daughterof 30 families of seven different Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and La Crosse visited Mr and Mrs. C R. Britt and family Elbert

Can usher in a summer day the church and cemetery. I helpedroll I Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lyle, has countries Bulgaria, Greece, Hol- TTvTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTPINE son Lynn and Mr. and Mrs. V. E. John Surrency. Other visitors were Britt Eugene Britt.

At this. time of year, the casket around in the :been suffering with blood poisoningin land, Germany Japan China and Thornton.
church. The service was really one.of-her feet. .
-Anne CampbellWe i India. She has-been responsiblefor The H. }[. McRaes spent part of
beautiful with the lighted candelabra LEVEL
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baker and
the sending of many packagesto last week in Jacksonville with
are now in a glad new the flowers and our new ,children called on the W. W. Ham-
needy people abroad but she their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
year. The beginning again of life organ playing. In between timesI monds Mrs. H. :M.
Sunday by !McllaeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
p.m. feels that most needed service is and Mrs. A. F. Hall and family
if we have made mistakes and can have finished a course by corre- MONEYFor
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale family rehabilitation and morale and other relatives. They also
the We all Nebraska State
see right way now. spondence from
of Starke entertained at a birth- building.She. visited Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Green.
make mistakes but when our mis- Teachers college. Got to take the
Rev. W. E. Hall filled his
day supper Thursday night honor- read excerpts of letters writ- regular Sorry to find Mrs. Green ill and
takes make us more kind more final exam. I have a quilt in the !
at the
: Pine Level
ing Mrs. Barksdale's mother, Mrs ten to her of appointment hope she will soon be well
by a young woman again.I
understanding of the heartaches of frames and have just started quilt-
J. W. Horne. Those present be- Sofia who had studied in Boston I Baptist Church Sunday morningand Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis were I that help you need see Marion
others then it has been for a ing it. I find the more busy and with attendance. '
side the host and hostess evening good
were! for her Master's degree and she visiting Mrs. W. T. Lamb and Finance Co. Inc. at Gainesville.
purpose and has done you good.I useful one is the happier I feelI .
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Horne, son, exhibited dolls dressed in There was 214 in Sunday School. Miss Rosa Geiger at Green Cove
always resolve every year to am planning my garden now for Billy, Mrs. Betty May and daughter native costumes paper and Christmas Three new members were taken into Springs Monday of last week. Mrs. Those friendly people are there, espe-
make this the best year I have next Spring. When the quilt is Melody of Hampton and Mrs. cards the church at the evening serv- Robert and cially to help with cash those who are in
which been her Myrick
had sent by son, Billy, and
ever lived to profit by past mis- out I shall clean house. I am Mrs. Barksdale and Mrs. Mott of her friends in their letters. She ice.. Mrs. Sue Myrick, all of Starke. need of $:!5.00 to $300.00 Monthly: Budget
takes and so on to a better, all the children home
happier expecting Starke. Rev. Hall called Loans
to Jacksonville 30
was on Payday day Loans.
life. Ipft.the thought, "Love is a seed; were dinner guests of the H. M.
when their vacations I
come. hope
:Mrs. Betty :May entertamed at from its planting, grows the kingdom Tuesday of last week to conduct McRaes Monday. Another guest Call Marion Finance Co. and make
this will be the happiest summerI your
The people of Clay Hill have I funeral services for Rex
dinner Mr. and "
Friday evening
of God on earth. was their granddaughter, Miss
application. Then Com in and the
been much in my thoughts this have ever lived. Mrs. C. L. :May and guests, Wm. Engle, brother of Dr. R. D. Engle, Joyce; Crosby. get
The various circles of the Com-
I feel mission for Clay Hill I at the. Berea Cash in one trip.
Church.
.c Christmas. I have had letters and my Kammerer and Miss Edna Eyre of munity Church will meet on Mon- Baptist He
' has been filled. I shall keep in Philadelphia Mr. and Mrs. Dick was accompanied by Mrs. Hall R. ,*
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYTYYYYGRAHAM '
The
cards from so many. Dear Aunt day as follows: Mrs. Smith's Circle Credit requirements are very
touch with all of you once in Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Crosby and Lucian Conner.
at 11 at the home of :Mrs.H. liberal
Lily Wilkinson who is now 80 I awhile. I find my people miss Barksdale and mother, Mrs. a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Meyers of

years old, wrote' me such a nice this column and so will write at !Barksdale and Mrs. Mott of J. Boatright; The. CrosbySteens Iowa and Barney :McRae of Starke l

letter. I always get my box of least once a month in the new Starke. \ Circle at 1 p. m. at the homeof visited Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner

holly and a gift from Daisy Lang. I Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Sapp and Mrs. Seth Kennedy, with Mrs.A. Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. John McKinney MARION FINANCE COMPANY

From Nettle Carter a card. "I year.A Happy New Year to all. family have moved from the Den- E. Reaves, assisting; the Nightingale B. A. Shaw and son, Ed-

shall never forget you and wish God Bless you every one mark (Santa Fe Stock Farm) to Circle at 8 p. m. at the ward, of Jacksonville and Mr. and AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 218W'est University Ave.

you were here to teach my grand- LOVE.LURA, the Watterson house by rrs. home of Mrs. Alfred B. Watson. Mrs. Russell Carter of State. Farm Everyone was sorry to hear of Phone 5333 P. 0. Box 446
Mrs. Lester H. Eisenacher's Circle
daughter. Words that strike a Chastaln's. visited the H. II. and the E. C. the death of Lee L. Youngblood, Gainesville

chord in my heart and make me Miss Dorothy Ross, home dem- will meet in her home on Wednesday Lewises Sunday afternoon.Mr. 76 of Wauchula on Dec. 29. He was ... _
at 11 a. : < c. L .:.- _. .. __.- .
happy. I tried so hard as a TYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYLAWTEY onstration agent and Mrs. W. W. m. and Mrs Elma Lewis of: the father of Mrs. John McKinney ._--. -- __ -___ "_ _. __ ___ ___ r _. .. __. __ r.f-'
teacher at Clay Hill to bring them Hammond called on Mrs. James Mrs. David A. Nelson president

the things that I thought they most % Gnann, Mrs. Bessie Cochrane, Mrs. of the Keystone Community =-

needed. It was during the war Delaney Dickinson and Mrs. S. Church Women, called a meetingat

and I struggled along with few Sibley at Theressa Thursday after- her home this Monday to discuss -

supplies sometimes. I said manya by L. II. Etch arrangements for the seated

prayer behind that big old desk. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASunday noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Harry Baker and tea which will be held in the Wom-

One thing I feel that I have at- family were in Heilbronn Sunday.Mrs. an's Club on Jan. 27 from 3 p. m. BARKSDALE'S

tained is a place'in the world anda dinner guests of Mrs. Vernon Slade and mother, to :5 p. m. Mrs. Charles T. Smithis

paper for the people of Clay Hill. Effie. Miner and Miss Mary Ann Mrs. Fannie Meads, were business acting as General Co-chairman. .

The Long Branch news is about Moates were Mr. and Mrs. Frank callers in Starke Tuesday morning.Mrs. Mrs. Myron C. Prevatt is in chargeof .

my people at Clay Hill. There area Wells and daughter, Nina, of Or- Chastain was a business reservations. Her telephone

lot of names yet that I would lando; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mi- caller in Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. numbers 4130. 1 A N U A B A'A_ NWTAR'Yy

like to see in the news: Lula Mae ner and son Buff, of Jacksonville; J. H. Parker is better and Other chairmen who attended

Mosley Bud Carter, Henry Carter I: Mr. and Mrs. O. XL Heard and able to help around the house aftera the meeting include Miss Cleva iYBiggest

family and Brooksie Mosley sons, Larry and Rickey, of Tam{*a. seven weeks' illness. Carson who has arranged a musical -

family. So many nice people live We were pleasantly surprise Rev. Carter of Penney Farms I program for the occasion;

over in that community. I have recently to learn that Doc Wainwright was a guest speaker at the First,. Mrs. W. L. Reynolds who is in

visited in most of the homes and family who moved from Christain Church Sunday morningand charge of the service table; Mrs.
Lawtey to Jacksonville several evening and will come again.
was treated like a queen. Some H. J. Boatright who is in charge
day I plan to come back and visit years ago, have moved back to next Sunday.Mr. of tea tables; Mrs. Benjamin Weld

all over again. Lawtey and the girls Judy, Betty, and Mrs. George Cotton ol.I who will keep the guest book; Mrs.
and Frankie, are now enrolled in Ocala visited her sister Mrs. Jes.
My Christmas was a glad one.I Axel Malmgren who will contact
the local school. sie Chastain recently.Mr. .
received lots of cards, and boxesof winter visitors and Mrs. John Det-
gifts which went under the Dean Harley spent the weekend and Mrs. Dick WilliaImand weiler, Publicity chairman.
son, Rickie of Tampa spenl. Sale Ever !
tree and were opened ChristmasEve. with Bobby Anderson in Jackson- This Is Our
the weekend with the J. W. At a meeting held Tuesday night
The Wednesday before Christmas
ville.Mr. Homes, and had as their guest, of last week, plans were made for
I had a party for Birth and Mrs. Carl snuford ana
my ; the formation of Church
: a
new
Miss Johanna Dalboa of Eglir
day Club which is composed most- children, Kay, Phillip and Phyllis, Field. School of Religious Education byr Than Ever BeforeONE I

ly of elderly widows. Gifts were of Gainesville spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Williams oi r r St. Ann 's Episcopal Church. Rev. Offering You More Savings

exchanged and the Christmas story with his parents, Mayor and Mrs.I Tampa called on the J. W. Horne'i s Grover Allison. of Grace Church,

_
read. We Christmas carols RhufnJ'd ,
sang Y" -- ------- 'Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Jacksonville, and Miss Peggy
and then had a big feed. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thompson James Daniels of Starke Moore assisted with the plans.The

SALAD: Add mashed banana and Mrs. Troy Bennett were in called on Mrs. Wesley Griffin Monday first meeting of the new school LOTLadies' :-__ __ .. : _. -_ ___ -_ __ __ LADIES'
Lake Butler Sunday visiting theta afternoon.Mrs. will be held next Sunday at 9:45a.
father S. H. who is and Children'sDRESSES MEN'S
Thompson, m.
H. B. Wiggins, Mrs. George
sick. We hope he will soon be I DRESS SHOES
Williams and son, Howell, Mrs. The Keystone Heights PTA willi j

well.Mr. Frank Thomas and son, James, meet next Tuesday Jan. 18,
and Mrs. Henry Bennett of SUITS & COATS
visitors in Jacksonville Sun-
were p. m. Mrs. Helen Mernl will talon
Jacksonville were spendthedayguests day afternoon. They called on Education for Democracy.New 81 1 .3 OFFSpecial I II
of the Troy Bennett faintly Rev. Merle Packham at the River- Officials

on Wednesday of last week. side Hospital Rev. and Mrs. R. C. 1-3 OFF OFF I
Rev and Mrs. G. E. Cutshaw of Recently elected town officials
Gray and girls and Mr. and Mrs. I
leilbronn attended services at the L. A. Wiggins.Mrs. were sworn in at the regular meet- OR 1 FOR REGULAR PRICE 1 3
ing of the Town Council Tuesday FOR $1.00 Suits low $4.98CHILDREN'S
First Baptist Church last Sunday B. W. Roark, accompanied AND ONE as as
night. They are: M. L. Beasley,
night. ,
by Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Dyal and $11.30 Selection
mayor; and Fred S. Dodd, E. R.
Captain and Mrs. Lane Bohan-
Mrs. Ollie Kelsey of Gainesville, 'I ONE LOT
PEfJIAlUlE nan of Miami were guests of the Fox J. D. McKay, and W. J. Sip- -
visited Mrs. Ben Loper and infant '
I
A. M. Blanchards Saturday eve :daughter at the Palatka Hospital I II relle, councilmen. Other officials, 'I! LADIES DRESSES COATS for only 4.98MEN'S SHOES !
ning. Mr. Blanchard is Capt. Bo- Saturday. who were re-elected, are: HerbertE. I

hannan's grandfather.Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Layfield and I Ridaugh, clerk and cashier; I OFF ''I

Bardin returned to her family and Mrs. Effie McElroy of Sara D. McDonald tax collector; I 1-2 PANTS $1.59 upADlES"EOR

home in Columbia S. C. on Sat- Gainesville visited the Raleigh I W. C. McCrary, tax assessor; and I

urday of last week after having Brannens and Mrs. M. B. Layfieldon I R. C. Snellen, marshal.HIGHLAND. WERE NOW
STORY BOOK SHOES
spent several weeks with her Sunday. I

I I daughter, Mrs. C. F. Cumbee, and William Kammerer and Miss: fYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYY* SSES 6.95 4.98

family. The Cumbees accompaniedher Edna Eyre of Philadelphia have! !L 7.95.8.95 6.49 $2.98 !

to Jacksonville where she returned home after visiting their,

boarded the Silver'Meteor: for the niece and cousin Mrs. C. L. May I I $1.98 val. to $14-95 9.9515.95 7.98MEN'S

ride home. and family. Children's
I Dy Mrs. Lacy NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I
Quite a number of Lawteyites i John Blackman is slowly im- II SHIRTS

attended the wedding of Miss Sue proving from the flu. ONE LOTLADIES' SWEATERS
Witclur and C. W. Thomas in the Mrs. Jessie Chastain, accom-
/ Evelyn Norman of Jacksonville NOW
WERE
SI leilbronn Baptist Church Friday panied by a party of friends, was
spent the weekend home with her SUITS 29C and j-3 Off
Tallahassee
evening of last week. in recently.Mr. .
parents, the Leonard Normans. 2.98 1.98
Mrs. Nell Housley of Jackson- and Mrs. Wilson May of

ville spent Sunday with Miss Enza Gainesville visited their parents, visited Everett the Rowe of Jacksonville Value Up To $25.00 3.95. 4.95 2.98 Children's Wool
Blanchard. Miss Arthurine Blan- Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May, and Mrs. Lacey Normans Sun- NOWand

I chard returned to Jacksonvillewith Minnie Marcionny on Saturday.W. day. 5.95.7.95 3.98

i her in the afternoon after W. Hammond is still unableto Marvin Thompson and Everett $7.98 $9.98 : Sweaters 9c

having spent the weekend with work. Rowe of Jacksonville were in our MEN'S & Rompers

her family here. Mrs. Frank Thomas has a posi- community Monday morning on

Members of the WSCS of the tion in Gainesville. business. I ONE LOT VESTS & SWEATERS

Methodist Church enjoyed \ covered SCHOOL NEWS Maggie Crews and the Brownie BOY'S SHIRTS J
4i dish luncheon at the home of Eighth 'Grade Personalities Austins visited the Earsley Nor- I Ladies' WERE NOW

Mrs. G. W. Roberts Friday of last Elizabeth Taylor, the daughterof mans and others in and arouna 98C WERE NOW
week honoring Mrs. Bardin who Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Edwards, Lawtey Sunday. Suits t 2.95 98c

was leaving for home the next was born in McMinninsville, Tenn. The. Johnnie Bennetts of Lawteywere 3.95 2.59 2.98.3.95 1.98 i
She has lived in Theressa for four
i day. Those enjoying the occasion dinner guests of the E. C.
years but moved to Hampton about 4.95 2.98j j
with the ronoree were her daughterMrs. Harveys Sunday. BLOUSES 4,95.5,95 3.98
11stW1OS month She is memberof LADIES'
C. F. Cumbee Jr. Mrs. P. L. one ago. a Jonell Griffis of Jacksonville and I
the Church and 7.95 8.95 5.98MEN'S Women's Children'sSLIPPER
Hope Baptist Men's
-
Dinkins Sr., Mrs. A. H. i
Harley, Betty Starling of Heilbronn were L !
is in the eighth grade at Hampton I Value Up To $9.95
Mrs. Effie Miner. Mrs. Mae Wells, : visiting the Leonard Normans '
,io Mrs. E. J. Whelan Mrs. Catherine, School She has a younger sisterin SOCKS
Sunday. I PAJAMAS :
the Hampton school. She likes to I : :
Teare and the hostess, Mrs.. Sunday school is at 9:45 a.m. 9gc $5.93Ladies'
cook and dislikes washing dishes.,
Roberts. services at
Elizabeth enjoys coming to school each Sunday; worship $1.49BOYS' :
and is well liked by all of her 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Prayer meet- Were 2.98 Now 1.98
raRc&ce ing is each Wednesday at 7 p. m.
classmates. She wants to be a
5 designer of dresses. E. C. Harvey, pastor and J. A. MEN'S JACKETS

'-" :Mrs. Ola M. Perkins spent the Eunice, Sunday school superintendent Weskets 98C. JACKETS

Mattyb Christmas holdays with her sister- 1-2 PRICE ;
in-law Mrs. P. A. ;McDonald at Jonnie Mae Strickland Winfred

ens 666tQU10 Albany, Ga. During her vacationshe Wilkinson of Jacksonville, and 1-3 OFFBABIES'
I also visited in Dawson, Ameri- Leonard Wilkinson of Maxville at- LADIES' SWEATERS AND 1-3 OFF

ea Wtm.UYIMf aaj$ cue and Cordele. tended church here Sunday.

I We are happy to be in school Mr. and Mrs. Dick Starling and Values Up Jo 5.95 Starting at $1.98 ROMPERS '
and back at work. During the children of Heilbronn were visit- V 1

ARE YOU SHORT ON CASH? fall we enjoyed volleyball and have ing the Lacey Normans Friday II and $1.98 MEN'S TIES 69CValues

now begun practicing for basketbalL night. 98C
BUY A We appreciate Mr. Waters Sick ones last week were several To $1.50 gc. I

SIX MONTHS AUTO POLICYCUT helping us with our athletic activities. with the flu Shirley Smith with _. __ E

the measles and Mr. Conversestill Children's '. _.- __. _,'_' _,---_ --- ---- / I I
We began our New Year in the hasn't improved much from
YOUR PREMIUM IN HALF
right spirit. There were 78 of our
ALSO RECEIVE A DIVIDEND pupils and four of our teachers in great Biblical characters. SWEATERS I
religious services the first Sun- Joseph Allen and Geraldine Web- BARKSDALE'S DEPARTMENT STORE t ts

day in January.The ber visited relatives in Tulsa, Okla. I s

CONNER INSURANCE AGENCY eighth grade is reading the !during the holidays. Dorothy 1-3 OFF STARKE, FLORIDA I II II
Book of Daniel during Loper visited in Amerlcus Ga. I
129 W. Call St. Phone 285 Under the guidance of JanUB.r7'1 I I and Henry Mosher was in Stuart I !

.er they are learningabout the Mississippi I

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JI11 ..JIrrr --=---r PresbyterianVomen ,Farmers Home Administration Plans Heart AssociationLists


r Hold Circle MeetingsThe. [Faster Service On Government Loans 5 ResolutionsFor


Presbyterian Women of ,I Building improvement loans and approval of the local county cOmmittee Long, Happy LifeSix
'
t the Church met with their respec- taster service in getting loans approved for each respective county.

Mary tive circles Tuesday evening fOll.I and processed are some of This commitee is composed of I' New Year's resolutions have

their January meeting. the new developments in the Farm i three members and they decide on, been suggested by the Florida

Circle 1 met with Mrs. David Ownership Loan Program carried, the applicant's eligibility for aI I Heart Association for those who

--J Montgomery, hostess, with nine on by the Farmers Home AdminiS-1 loan. Veterans with farming experience want to live longer and happier
Mooty I members The tration lives, The Association recommends -
Virginia k present. meeting Clifford L. have preference.In .
Phone 35 evened with prayer by Mrs. Mont- agency's local county supervisor, i determining eligibility the :
.. II 1'.1Miss
.' t: r gomery, circle chairman who pre said this week. Insured funds ad- committee considers character, Avoid self-diagnosis.
sided over the business meeting. vanced by banks and other If you haven't had a health and
private
Sue Witcher \Veds C. W. ThomasIn ; ability, and whether the applicantand
_
heart examination the
L during
Ives I Refreshments were enjoyed during. lenders are being used to a greater his family are likely to suc- past
Candlelight Ceremony At HeilbronnThe L_ the social hour. extent. ceed on the farm they have in year, see your doctor soon. If
I your heart is sound and if treat
The Building Improvement Loan, mind or with the
improvementsthey
Heilbronn Baptist Church Circle 2 met in the Sunday ment is not indicated needless fear
made available only recently, is intend to undertake.The .
was the scene of a beautiful can- School building with Mrs. W. S. and anxiety can be eliminated.If .
for the farmer who has adequate
an
Weds and Mrs. C. C. McAliley County Committee serving heart ailment is
wedding Friday evening, r' McAliley a revealed.
dlelight
: .. farm but needs to constructor Bradford
: County consists
of the
Jan. 7. at 7:30 o'clock when Miss as hostesses. The meeting open o suitable treatment can be started
repair essential .
with Mrs. John Mixon buildings.Loa.1S following members: Rufus Alvarez .
Sue Witcher daughter of Jerry I prayer by immediately.Avoid
can be made to build and J. B.
b or White, both of Route 2,
be- circle chairman, who also presidedover
Witcher of HeJlbronn Springs : over-exertion. Exercise In
remodel farm dwellings, barns, Starke, successful farmers in this
came the bride of C. W. Thomas, I Barney i '. the business meeting. The milk houses, or other moderation, particularly if you are
outbuildings and
J.
area Lucian
son of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomasof I .... .I1 : .' ;,. meeting closed with refreshments needed to carry out sound farm local businessman. Conner, a over 40 years old. Strenuous activity -
Lawtey. The double-ring ceremony I '.' ; '" being served to the seven members will not harm a healthy
i..' management practices.The
was performed by Rev. G. E. I .. '-' I present by the hostesses. heart. But the threat Is real
1 1p .
... ""'" agency supplements rather
t MethodistVSCS when
Cutshaw. McRae the heart is diseased; then
I .
"= .. Circle 3 met with Mrs. J. R. than competes with private or
The sanctuary was decorated .. -;..-' : .. extra effort may dangerous.
.. : To prove
Hold
;f' ;': : : L$ Kite with eight members and one cooperative credit. No farm ownership MeetingThe
with pedestal baskets of white -f" ... Avoid over-fatigue. Get the
.. .;-...'..-": >. visitor present. The meeting opened I loan of any type, or loans
mums and gladioli against a back- r. .. !; business amount of sleep you know yourequire.
.1u.r( !...'... with prayer by Mrs. Larry Gibson for soil conservation, or farm and program meet-' .
ground of magnolia leaves. Lighted f.. Your heart works for
#. ing of the Methodist W.
: .. circle chairman, who presided operations, can be made to farmers S. C. S.
'
.
white tapers in five-branched can- : -' : you around the clock every day of
\ will be held
I ,
over the meeting. Refresh who are able to get the Monday afternoon at
delabra cast a soft glow over the y .'. necessary your life. When you rest or sleep.
; .
\ 3 o'clock in the church ,
0 i\ 0
\ ,-, I ments were served at the conclu credit from other lenders at rea- sanctuary.
setting. : .I< ". ; -- its work load is lightened.
,: : _;.. 6ion. sonable rates and terms. Mrs. H. H. Adams and Mrs
Mrs. Lex Green pianist, ,pro- .; .j.. ":'it..; >. 5. In a beautiful wedding Saturday ppropriate piano selections during, ."fH1.. .<.."A.. .T"A."...i. .nUA..H' ."...".'" "ft" ft U ft'; Avoid over-weight.- Excess
vided nuptial music, using the traditional .-,,.',.'..' .-..",;..,,.... .. .J'" "o afternoon, January 1, Miss Mary he afternoon. Mrs. Al Harley, i I Other types of Farm Ownershiploans the program and devotion uaL5v on "The,'weight loads extra work onto your
wedding marches and Miss 1.. .,- .,' .'-." .J'-"' _. ... ,":,". Virginia Ives, daughter of Mr. and sister of the bridegroom kept the ChristianVomen :I Include: ((1) Farm Purchase, Family Steward of The Chris- heart and blood vessels. You will

Aliese Lawson, soloist, sang "I ?.''.'.?.::1.' .:.w.ti; ;; !''.J..:r'z"ft'u ,... t14. Mrs. Norman Parshley Ives of ride's book. Met Last Week for renters sharecroppers, or farm tian Life." look, feel and work better and
Love You Truly" and "Always." _.: .. -,. L .: I Lake City, became the bride of Bidding the guests good-bye laborers usually veterans or you are likely to live longer if

Donald Ray Griffis of Lawtey white white Barney English McRae Jr., of Lake were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Giebeig. The ladies of the Woman's Council other young farm families who 'Phffft' you keep your weight close to
served as best man and the ushers chrysanthemums, City: son of Mr. and Mrs. Barney After spending sometime with of the First Christian Church are ready for farm ownership; PlaysSun.Mon. 1.orma!.
leaves. The
and
magnolia
were Keith Reddish, Jerry Witcher,, gladioli bride's table was overlaid with a E. McRa of Starke. The Rev. B. their guests the yourg couple left met at the church Tuesday eve- (2)) Farm Development loans for and Tues. Avoid worry. Don't burden your

brother of the bride, and Donald homemade lace cloth and centered 1.1., Montgomery officiated at the for a wedding trip extending to ning of last week for their regular farmers whose farms need for example heart with needless worry. Worry-
Thomas, brother of the groom. impressive double ring ceremony the Southern part of the State. business and program meeting. such land developments as At Florida TheatreThe ing cures or prevents nothing. So
with athree-tiered wedding cake.
:Miss Laura Witcher attended at five o'clock in the First The bride traveled in a becoming Circle 1, with the. leader, Mrs. pasture improvements, gully filling, don't be guided by oldwives tales
The cake embossed with while
her maid of honor. She was reorganization of field and fencing, hectic story of a man and and superstitutions. For
sister as miniature Methodist Church, Lake City. two-piece Navy blue suit with an Aurdy Kite, had charge of the information -
was attired in a pale pink net roses topped with a The sanctuary was enhanced by cff-the-face white satin hat Navy' Mrs. Louise Newberti, and some repair or remodeling of maid whose romance goes on the about the heart and its diseases -

over taffeta waltz length gown bride and groom and was sur- handsome arrangements of white accessories and a white orchid program. chairman the devotional farm buildings; and ((3) Farm Enlargement rocks is told in "Phf.ft," playing ask your Heart Association.For .

rounded with ruffles of white tulle. program gave
loans for those Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday at advice about
who heart
featuring a pleated skirt and off gladioli and chrysanthemums corsage. and talk your always
an inspiring on
The balanced with
centerpiece was
the-shoulder tight bodice. She against a background of palms, the'new need more acres to make their the Florida Theatre. see your doctor.
their
three-branched silver candelabra Upon return they are residing the work for year and
wore a pink net stole and pink magnolias and dainty traceries of at 307 East Hiltsboro Street, what woman's work means to a farms efficient. Judy Holliday, Jack Carson, Support your Heart Association.
holding burning white
mlts and carried an old-fashioned tapers. Southern Smilax. Ivory Cathedral -i Lake City. church. Mrs. Farm Ownership Loans are Jack Lemmon and Kim Novak starin With diseases of the heart and
Prayer was given by
bouquet of matching pink tulle Mrs. Lucille Stoughton of Jacksonville tapers in graduated candelabra amortized over a 40-year period the picture that shows what circulation responsible for nearly
I Mrs. McRae, a graduate of Co- Mary E. Wynn. Those taking parton
aunt of the groom, cut except building improvement loans makes people who love each other I 800,000 deaths
and Carnations. Miss Lu Green cast a soft glow over the set- lumbia High School and River- the program were Mrs. VV. L. yearly, or about 52
served as bridesmaid in a gown of ,the bride's cake. Pouring punch ting. The family pews were des- side Hospital School of Nursing Andrews and Mrs. Newbern. which may be for 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, I throw things. per cent of all deaths. Heart Asso-

two shades of pink net. The gown I were Mrs. Oscar Carter and Mrs. ignated by white satin rope. is now employed at the Lake City Mrs. W. L. Andrews, president, or 40 years. Farm Ownership The movie portrays the romanceof ciation's crusade against these diseases -

was also waltz length and was Lex Green. Also assisting in serv- Prior to and during the cere- Veterans' Hospital. presided the business borrowers may make repaymentsat Miss Holliday and Lemmon.The needs the support of everyman

complimented with a pink stole ing were Mrs. Roy Clemons, Mrs.G. mony, Mrs. Geneva Hoffman, organist Mr. McRae, a graduate of the Prayer was over Mrs.meeting. any time and interest is chargedon two lovers attempt to outdo woman and child In Amer-
given by
Betty
embroidered with L. Sapp, Mrs. G. W. Roberta of the outstanding principal bal each other with roving eyes that i"a. The annual Heart Fund
pearls. Sh carried ; rendered a delightful pro- University of Florida, College of Sherwood. During the business
a matching old fashioned bou- Lawtey, Miss Carolyn Crews of gram of nuptial music includingthe Pharmacy, is affiliated with the meeting a committee of Mrs. Betty ances. Borrowers are required to attract Carson and the uninhibitedMiss campaign will be held throughout

quet of pink tulle and carnations.The State Farm, Mrs. Lloyd Jenningsand traditional wedding marches. Davis Walgreen Dru Store, Lake Sherwood Mrs. Margaret Prevatt refinance their loans as soon as Novack. The wolfish anticsof February. Resolve now to "Help
; ,
Mrs. Maxie Carter. Sr. of they have their new attractions causes Your Heart Fund
accumulated
bride, given In Miss Jane Rathsam Jacksonville enough Help Your
marriage by of City. He was a member of KappaPsi Mrs. Cleo Harley, and Mrs. Mar-
her father chose Starke. equity for private or the couple to backtrack back into Heart."
for her weddinga sang "Through the Years. Pharmaceutical Fraternity, garet Blankenship was asked to cooperativecredit.
lovely white satin bridal Following a wedding trip to Mrs. E. F. "At each other's arms in self de
Montgomery
gown sang and the Cavaliers. During W W n canvas every member for funds fense..
with a tight bodice and long sleeve: Daytona Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Dawning" and "The Lord's Prayer. he served as Adjutant (let Lt.) for the pews for the church. Farm Ownership Loans are made -_ .

that tapered to points at her; I I Thomas are making their home in ." Third Inf. Dlv. 65th Reg., and Circle 1 will meet with their primarily from funds advanced by ., -- .-- w1uI1pij'v.

wrists. Her fingertip vejl was the Futch Apartment in Lawtey Miss Marianne Farnell, maid of: served for one year in Korea. leader, Mrs. Audry Kite, Tuesday private lenders and are fully insured -

caught from a pearlized headpiece.She where Mr. Thomas is employedwith honor and only attendant, was ber Among the out-of-town guests evening at 7:30.: Circle 2 will meetat by the Farmers Home Ad

carried a cascading bouquetof Humphreys Highland plant.. comingly gowned in a seafoam lace were: Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Parrish, the parsonage with Mrs. A. H. ministration. Insured loans are

white carnations, lily of the Among the out-of-town guests; and net trimmed with a cummerbund Miss Louise Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. Childs and Mrs. Dollie> Loper as made for not more than 90 per

valley and long satin steamers.Mrs. were Mrs. Sally Green and Mrs. of satin. She wore a head- Edward Parrish Mr. and Mrs. hostesses. Mrs. Bessie Colson is cent of the fair and reasonable FLA.J

Thomas, mother of the Milton Clark of Macclenny, Capl.. piece to match her dress, and carried Robert Phillips. Miss Mahala the leader.Couple. value of the farm. Investments by

groom, wore a teal blue dinner and Mrs. C. B. Starling otDocto i a cascade bouquet of pink Barnes, Miss Dianne Ives, Mrs. private lenders in this programare Fri., Sat.-Jan. 14, 15

gown complimented with a white Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. W. B.. carnations and pink satin ribbon. Charles Increasing. DOUBLE FEATURE
Bryan Hunter Mr.; and Feted After
carnation corsage. Brombaugh, Mr. and Mrs. Royal]I Serving as best man was Al Mrs. Whit Spearman, Mr. and Mrs. Direct Farm Ownership Loans Secret of the Incas
Following the. Hawkins and Mrs. Lucille Stough.. of 'Starke brother-in-law from appropriated funds made I
wedding, a reception Harley Fred Dozier, all of Jacksonville.Mr. ., Wedding Rehearsal are ? T
was held in the church parlors, ton Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs I of the bridegroom. Ushers were and Mrs. Thomas G. Whed. only when eligible farmers need Charlton Heston & Robert Yoong-

decorated for the occasion with Wallace Faulk of Neptune Beach. Jack Griffin cousin of the bride, bee Thomas G. Whedbee, Jr. and I Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop, Jr.. to borrow more than 90 per cent I -AndHeldorado-

.-.."../1.. .PhnrloQ.. ..-- 1-!!. Tfnl---D--rM fit-- fflinesville. --.--. Wallace Wilson of Ahoskie. N. C. and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Powell of__ the_n_ value.____ of__ the_ _farm.___ _Most.____ nf__ tL \1

Rehearsal Dinner Yvonne Harrell Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones of- Way-0 were hosts at a delightful buffet the applicants in this situation are

For WitcherThomasMr. To The bride, given in marriage by I cross, Ga., Mrs. Talmadge Barber supper Thursday evening of lasWeek young veterans wanting to become Roy Rogers and Gabby Hayes
Engaged at the home of the latter established as farmer owners. Plus Serial "Batman" Chap. No. IS
her father, was lovely in an enchanting of High Springs, Mrs. Tahnage
and Mrs. D. B. Thomas en; L. M. Norman Jr. original floor length .Howell, Miss Ivoree Howell, Doug- following the wedding rehearsal of I I As a means of speeding up And Cartoon for Children

tertalned at a lovely dinner party ... .,'..... model of Imported Chantilly lace lass Cheney of O'Brien, Miss Miss Barbara Cameron and Joseph services to farm families and cutting '
I" 't'.j. whose costs at the same time, appraisers Sun., Mon. and Tues.
Valinski was an
marriage
which
illusion
and sheerest nylon Sylvia Davis of Pensacola.
Thursday evening of last week at Mrs. L who CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON Jan. 16 17 18
are also qualifiedas
their home In Lawtey following t. j was worn poised over bridal satin. D. Wells, and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. event of Saturday noon. DOUBLE
the. wedding rehearsal of Miss Sue : i '1I" Her basque waist had a most unusual -'Brown 'of Atlanta Rev. and Mrs. The buffet table on the terrace County Supervisors are locatedin about this question FEATURE

Witcher and their son, C. W. 1 I Mandarin collar and outlined I I W. S. McAliley, Mr. and Mrs. Ben held a handsome center arrange- county offices throughout the Drums of TahitiIn

Thomas, who were united In mar- ] 1t yoke of lace, embellished with embroidery i Holtzendorf, Mr. and Mrs. Lucian ment of red berries and silvered state. They are more accessible Recent thefts of Technicolor
or partsof
for appraisal work than were the cars
riage last Friday evening. The occasion of iridescent sequins in Conner Mr. and Mrs. Ben Holt, leaves. Dennis O'Keefe, Patricia Madina
was also the birthday anniversary !- t floral designs. :Her long fitted zendorf Jr.. Miss Idell Landrum,' Enjoying the affair with the more limited number who formerlywere cars make me wonder about

of the groom. sleeves of Chantilly lace tapered Bruce. Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. Russell hosts and hostesses were members stationed in the state office. my auto theft insurance. -And-

The buffet dinner table was to calla lily points over her wrists. McRae, Mrs. Frazier Shaw, of the wedding party, Mr. and' Elimination of a triple agree- Does Comprehensive cover Jack McCall,

overlaid with a beautiful lace cloth The full skirt was fashioned of Mrs. Robert McRae, Cary Naz- Mrs. J. J. Valinski of Worcester, ment that required signatures of

and centered with a birthday cake. ayers of illusion over satin and worth, Mr. and Mrs. Randal Chit- Mass., parents of the bridegroom, the Insured lender, the borrower, theft, fire, glass breakage, Desperado

An artistic bouquet of white glad highlighted by insert bands of ty, Steve Weldon, Miss Frankie and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tuckerof and a representative of the Farmers hail and wind damage for only. With George Montgomery

ioli was placed on the buffet. L : .. .j.j Chantilly lace. Her veil of sheerest Morgan all of Starke. Bob Hendryand Starke, parents, of the bride. Home Administration loans. has helped about $10 a year? Pins Color Comedy for Children

Also present with the hosts and : illusion was attached to a minia- Charles Knight of Gainesville.Mr. speed up Discontinuingother
C. Has forms and files found to be Wed. Thur.-Jan. 19 20
J. Sapp ,
.
members of the wedding party ture crown of matching lace em-I and Mrs. B. E. McRae. Sr..
were Rev. and Mrs. G. E. Cut- Lff4 troidered in sequins. The carried a'' Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Crawford. Birthday Dinner'Mrs. unnecessary has also helped. DOUBLE FEATURE

shaw, Mrs. G. W. Roberts of,Law- tridal bouquet of three white Merry Beth and Beverly Craw Applications for these loans are Drive A Crooked Road
received at the
tey, Mrs. Lex Green, Mrs. Lloyd 4 4_ orchids, showered with lilies of the ford, Mr. and Mrs. Al Harley, Mr. J. C. Sapp entertained at: the Farmers Home county Administration office of Charley Johns&SonAgeucy Mickey Rooney and Dianne Foster
,
Jennings, Mrs. Max1 Carter, Sr., ;; valley and white satin ribbon and Mrs. Glenn Conner and Miss I a delightful surprise birthday dinner
located in the Ritch Building, 20C
Mrs. Maxie Carter Jr., all of streamers. Lucille McRae of Starke. Sunday for her husband, Mr -AndLittle -
East Call Street, Starke. Thb
Starke Miss Carolyn Crews of Mrs. Ives chose for her daugh- his 3
who
I. Sapp, was celebrating office six .
serves counties in northeast
State Farm and Mrs. Wallace ............ ter's wedding a Dior blue silk anniversary.The Boy Lost
Peggy Has Florida
Yancy namely, Bradford
JC.F.; :
f """ I, I
j
Faulk of Jacksonville. .wo-piece dress featurng a fitted party was held in the yardof Ring Crosby and Claude DauphinPlus
Mrs. Eva Harrell of Brooker\jacket. A piquant touch of velvet I.1 Birthday PartyMr. the Sapp home at Heilbronn Duval Union., Clay, Nassau, St. Johns an< Color Comedy for Children

I announces the engagement of her adorned the high neckline. She. Springs where 60 friends and relatives Phone 13 Starke, Fla!L-
Season Cash AvailableAt daughter, Patricia Yvonne, to L. wore Navy accessories and a white and Mrs. Ned Yancey entertained -, enjoyed the occasion. All applications must have th
M. Norman Jr., son of Mr. and orchid corsage. at a lovely birthday party i -- -Sw -- .
Marion Finance '
Mrs. Leon Norman of Starke. Mrs. McRae mother of the Sunday afternoon for their daughter Eastern Star MeetsThe = _' ..'',._ __. ":.' __' _':" :'" _..._ __ _':. .__ 0"j.: :
For Working PeopleOf Plans for the. wedding will be an- bridegroom: was gowned in a love- Peggy, who was celebrating

nounced at a later date. ly dress of powder blue lace, comp- her fourth anniversary.The Order of the Eastern Star

Starke AndSurrounding limented with Navy accessoriesand party was held in the Yan- will hold its regular meeting Monday TMENTOPPORTUN1TY

Area UDC Chapter Held a purple orchid corsage. cey's spacious back yard on W. evening at 8 o'clock.,

Immediately following the cere- Madison street where games were

Families who are short on Cash January Meeting mony, Mr. and Mrs. Ives entertained played. The refreshment table also -

to pay those overdue bills and with a reception in Wesley set up in the yard was covered

those mils that are a bit too The W. T. Weeks chapter of the Hall, Lake City, which was gracefully with a party cloth and centered

high can look to Marion Finance United Daughters of the Confed. adorned with magnolia.pine, with a white birthday cake embos- This Is Your Opportunity To Join And Profit

for aid Marion Finance In eracy met in the house of Mrs. L. other native greenery and attractive sed with yellow roses and holding

Gainesville can either assist bya G.- Powell on Wednesday, Jan. 6 I traceries of- Southern, four yellow candles.

PAYDAY LOAN for SO daysor for their regular monthly meeting. .Smilax. The 40 youngsters enjoying the

a monthly Budget Loan with Bowls of narcissi were used in The bride's table was overlaid affair were given favors of whistle -- -- vFrom A New Business Enterprise .
Howe
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond ,
payments to fit the pocketbook.The .
decoration. with an exquisite imported white balloons, baskets of candy, bubble
Interest Is mal1, for example Mrs. W. G. Haile, president, presided linen cutwork cloth, centered ,withan .gum and tiny hats. Jr. of St. Augustine announce the
$50.00 for SO days Is the business meeting. birth of a daughter, Norene Faye, -.
over artistic arrangement of chry- Assisting in serving were Mrs.
only $1.75.' CONTACT MARION Mrs. Jeanette Kincaid gave a most santhemums in a silver bowl flanked John Torode. Mrs. J. M. Vickers, on Jan. 6 at Flagler Hospital, St. In Bradford County .

FINANCE BY MAIL. BOX 446 ntejesting article on Stone Moun- by white tapers In five-branched Mrs. Sid Shuford and Mrs. M. H. Augustine.Mr. .

I or CALL COLLECT 5333 Galnei- ain. She told of plans to make a silver candelabra. Placed fit one Sheppard. -' :

villa then come in and pick the Memorial Park of this noted ?olid :n4 of the, table was the beauti-l 1 I and Mrs. William Whiteley

MONEY up In one trig REMEMBER granite mountain located near Atlanta 1 of Starke are the parents of a son, with plans to construct a
fully embossed three-tiered wed- Inc. is now proceeding
Bigham Enterprises,
ITS CONFIDENTIALAT Miss Sue \Vitcher Robert Edward born Jan. 9 in St.Vincent's .
I
Ga. cake ornamented with I this mill will offer custom
ding rosebuds Jacksonville. modern feed mill at Brooker. When complete
MARION Hospital
FINANCE AT The chapter was invited to meetat and lilies of the valley topped Honored At ShowerMiss ,I grinding and mixing services to farmers and ranchers in and near Brad
GAINESVILLE for that $2 .OO to the home of Mrs. L. A. Davis in will
with wedding bells. The cake and mash crumbles, and pellets
including
feeds ,
jsoo.oq. Mr. and Mrs. Lawton Young-\ ford County. All type ,
'ejbruary. silver coffee service were surrounded Sue Witcher, whose mar-
blood of Waldo announce the, birthof be manufactured.This .
The hostess served delicious .. with garlands of camellias. riage to C. W. Thomas was an

home made fruit cake, pound cake, Greeting the guests at the en- event of last Friday evening, was a daughter, Sandra Dianne, on
Jan. 10 In Starke Maternity Hos- much needed service to farmers and
will not only provide a
and ooffee to the members. .trance was Mrs. Preston Sherrill, the inspiration for a lovely mis- mill
FR1GIDAIRETHERE'S who presented them to the receiving : cellaneous shower given recently ranchers in Bradford County but will provide a new cash market for

Altar Society Plans line composed of Mr. and Mrs. by Mrs. G. L. Sapp and Mrs. Roy pital.MONUMENTS locally grown feedstuffs, thereby placing many thousands of dollars

JUST ONE Ives, Mr. and Mrs. McRae and the demons at the home of the latter which are now lost to out of state trade, Into local trade channels.

Spaghetti SupperMembers wedding party Floor hostesseswere in Heilbronn Springs.A .

FRIGIDAIREMade .: Mrs. S. C. Summers, Mrs. profusion of seasonal flowers The key to success of this project is the fact that Bigham Enterprises,
LOWEST PRICES I
only by General of St. Edward's Altar. Russ Davis, Mrs. Claude Brown were used to advantage in decorating Inc. presently uses enough feed in Its own Broiler Plant to assure a

Motors Corp. All other Society are giving a spaghetti sup- and Miss Verdie Buie. the home for the occasion, FINEST QUAL1TYI feed mill operation.To .
Electric Refrigerators per, Thursday evening, Jan. 20, at Presiding at the coffee service I with an artistic arrangement cen- profitable
are 1 o'clock in the Catholic recrea was Mrs. W. 1!. Ives, aunt of the 'tering the refreshment table. No Extra ChargeFor
made by other companies tion halL Admission, Adults bride. The cake was cut by Mrs. Appropriate games were played Setting In Or NearSTARKE help finance construction of this feed mill Bigham Enterprises, Inc.

and cannot use the word $1.00 and children .50. A. K. Black cousin of the bride. during the evening and prizes were is presently offering 15,000 shares of its Registered Common Stock fer

FrIgidaire. Toni, of the Dixie Motor Court; Serving were: Mrs. Charles Bryan awarded to the winners. sale to residents of Florida. Cash and Installment Sales are being made.

Restaurant, famous for his spa, Hunter, :Mrs. Whit Spearman, and Assisting the hostesses In serv-.

Wont A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE ghetti. Is preparing the spaghetti i L Miss Dianne Ives of Jacksonville, ing were Miss Betty Jean Clemens,.

sauce for the dinner. Mrs. Jack Cole, Miss Ann McBride Mrs. Paul Downing and Mrs. Ed FOR COMPLETE. INFORMATION AND OFFERING CIRCULAR WRITE
A
? ? The public is Invited to attend. Miss Nita Martin and Miss Parrish of Orlando.Presbyterian :

THEN SEE Pat Goodbread. Others assistingwere
Garden Club Board Mrs. E. W. Frazee Mrs. Vi- BoardThe r BIGHAM ENTERPRISES, INC. .

ola Stevens, Miss Jimmie Stevens, AIUNnCMEMORIAISINCeSTABUiHED 1
SMITH
E. H. FLORIDAOR
BROOKER
The Starke Garden Club Governing Mrs. Joe Wheeler, Mrs. Clarke executive board meeting ot 1930 ,

Board will meet Thursday r Parrish, Mrs. J. D. Griffin, Mr Presbyterian Women of the TELEPHONE BROOKER 2382 !
Tenth and Temple Are. evening Jan. 20 at 7:30 o'clock at: and Mrs. Al Revels and Billy Gie- Church will be held Saturday af NS roust IT. \

Starke, Fla. -, F.the Hazen.home of the president, Mrs. ).t beg.Miss! Merry Lou Sheppard played:, Sunday ternoon School at 4:00 bunding.o'clock in th< jACXIONVIUE. ROttOA I I : .__ __. .- : --' ._- ,'n .':, .' --P.' .--: .' .. : j

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t CpL and Mrs. Charlie Parker ofttsburg Mr and Mrs. Calvin Johns spent :XIrs. H. L. Brownlee, XIrs. J. E. and thigh muscles do the lifting Allowed Income Up I I etc.) 2S.10I.6S

Va. have returned home' the weekend in Macon Ga. with Futch and XIrs. Jimmy Chasteenand without excessive strain. TOTAL DEPOSITS 2.8SS.64I.10

LIter spending the holidays with relatives.Mrs. son, J. Roy, were in Gainesville According to the National Safety For Persons Getting I Other liabilities 43.215.21TOTAL

Urs. Parker's parents, Mr. and E. M. Rooks of Gainesville Monday visiting Mrs. S. E. Council the most common causesof LIABILITIES!
I subor-
Social (not Including
.!rs. L. S. Hutto. was the Sunday guest of Mr. Brownlee. lifting injuries are as follows: Security dinated obliga lions

I Mrs. Troy Norman had as Mon- and Mrs. W. G. Haile. Rep. and Mrs. Marvin Rowell Lifting and lowering with the back shown below) 2.S78.S57S1
in 1955
lay guests, Mrs. Katharine Spon- Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle and were Wednesday and Thursday muscles instead of the leg muscles; Beginning social any checks person receiving Capital Arc*..t.

THE NEWS loltz of Heilbronn Springs and Mrs. Fay Gill visited Glen St. guests last week of XIr. and }.Irs.P. insecure grip or footing and un- security may Capital 50.000,00

frs. Mamie Mead of Hampton.Joe Mary Nurseries and Mr. and !Irs.C. D. Fancher. Ed Carter of Vero afe placing of hand or feet; using earn losing up the to right$1200 to a year of without his or Undivided Surplus profits 200,000.09 19.554.81Reserves

Valinski of the Green Cove R. Shuford in Lawtey on Sun Beach was also a Saturday guestof quick, jerking, twisting or awk- any (and retirement
her checks Ted C.
. Springs: Navel Base and Eddie day. the Fanchers.Bill ward movements the VanAntwerp. account for preferred
of
--- body; obStructed -
district the Gainesville 6.39.54
of capital
._, rrrrs555--a manager
pI Valinski Mass. 'Mrs. Marlon Howe Mixoncoff, scout for the
'i of Worcester were drove her a vision, unstable loads or
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and John E. LaMon of Pine Harbor, ,overnight guests last Friday of grandson, David Howe, back home New York Giants, will be the inadequate control; and insufficient Social Security office has an- TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS -

I son. Jimmy, of Tampa spent the I Ga. is spending several days with I Comer Ferryman at the Ferryman !to St. Augustine on Sunday after guest Sunday of Herb Thomas. Ed- help or failure to use mechanical nounced. "This change is due to 341,584.35TOTAL

weekend with Mrs. O. L, Beasley I his sister, Mrs. Harry Tucker and I home on W. Madison Street. I ten days visit here with his grand. die Lopat and Enos Slaughter. I recent amendments" to the Social LIABILITIES

and Mrs. J. W. KIncaid. family Alvarez Gist Anniversary Sale I I mother. Mrs. Howe visited heron New York Yankees, will be guestsof aids.The farmer who finds Security law, he said. COUNTS AND CAPITALC- 3220.74166
to "Under the old law
I a way the 'earninglimit'
Friends of F. P. Flume will regret Robert L. Beam has recently j Continues Through Saturday.Mrs. and daughter.tn-law, XIr. and Mr. Thomas and Jerome Johnson avoad lifting in routine chores +Tbls bank's capital consists

U. hear of the death of his I been promoted to TjSgt in Hq. J. H. Ritch and Mrs. H. M. Mrs. Raymond Howe, and their a fishing trip next week. the hazards, drudgery and reduces and J900 was a$75 year a month from self-employ from wages Common of stock: with total

mother Mrs. Annie Flunre 9S,! C910th Secty. Gp. with the U. S.I I Richarde spent Wednesday with daughter while in St. Augustine.Mrs. time required to do the ment The however par value of $$50,000.00
Job. new provisions, -
who died Jan. 5 in Kings Mountain, I Air Force in Badworsenhofan : {rs. Carl Suddath in Jacksonville.Mrs. C. G. Barksdale, Mrs. Lula HINTS TO Examine all farm
lifting jobs witha permit earnings of a
N. C. I Germany. Sgt. Beam is the son of K. C. Bounds of Jacksonville Mott and Mr. and Mrs. Robert critical $1200 HtmenmimAssets
eye. Perhaps the
I workor year without giving up any checks, pledged or assigned -
and Mrs. E. Beam. His wife spent several days last week Sarksdale visited C. G. BarksdaleIn HOUSEWIESTrnIPER.TURE
and Mr. C.
Beam
:Mr. and Mrs. Eugene. equipment can be rearranged whether the money is earned from to secure liabilities
and him In October. 'with her sister Mrs. S. E. Sparks St. Luke's Hospital on Sunday. to and for other purposes 925.127 S7
I family of. Wichita, Kan. left after family joined eliminate or: reduce the amountof employment, self-employment or
' spending their vacation and the Mrs. Beam is th daughter of Mr.i i and Mr. Sparks. Mr.Barksdal returned home on TIPS lifting required. both. For each $80 or fraction I. S. L. Peek Jr.. President of the

holiday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Simmons.Mr. Mrs. J. M. Vikers and Mrs. N. Tuesday after being in the hospital thereof over $1200 one check must above named bank do solemnly 1
wear that the above statement *
and llr;. C. E, Beam. While here and Mrs. J. V. Downs of ;3. Dankel were in Jacksonville tor the past week for treat- Eggs need to be kept cold to Severe be withheld. For example, if a true and that it tullY and correctly

they visited, Mr. Beam's sisters LosAlamos, New Mexico were Tuesday. ments. hold their fresh qualities, but, for Cold Hampers I beneficiary earned $1200 in a represents the true' state of the
year several matters herein contained
Mrs. Luther Addison, Mrs. E. E. guests several days of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thomas and daughter Mr. and XIrs. J. W. Home and success in COOking, homemakersoften Mid-Winter Crops he would give up only one check and set forth. to the best of my
I Kathleen visited Mrs. Thomas' son, Billy and Mrs. I
Richard knowledge and belief.
Thornton, Mrs. LorraIne DuBose Mrs. Michael Barry enroute to May ask when to use eggs cold and receive the other 11 monthly

and Mrs.. Dave Penoyer of Jack Miami mother, Mrs. Irene Roberts in and daughter, Melody, of Hamp- and when to take the chill off in The Immediate outlook for the checks. Earnings from work covered Correct-Atteot S. L. Peek Jr.
Palatka ton and Mrs. C. G. Harold C. Wall
on Sunday.Mrs. Barksdale and
sonville and Ann Beam of advance. Here are some temperature mid-winter vegetable
Miss in by social
Mrs. John security well
:Mr. and Shanbargerand Shi Smith entertained at Mrs. Lula Mott crop as as P. A. Brinson
Tampa. They enjoyed trips to St. daughter, Peggy Jane, of a of Starke were tips from the U. S. Depart- Florida is not encouraging although work not under the social securityis \v. B Sewell
dinner
Thursday
i Petersburg and Silver Springs.Mrs. Starke spent a week with their J small neighborhood party guests Thursday eveningof ment of Agriculture: effects of the Decembercold counted in applying this rule. State of Florida Directors.
last
in celebration the 4th week
of Mr.
afternoon of and '
Zena Brown and daughterMrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Shan Mrs. Rob- 1. A high-quality raw egg sepa- are not yet fully determined.The Investment income, however, is not County of Bradford. ES:
birthday anniversary of hex son, ert Barksdale In celebration of Sworn to and subscribed before me
most
Sallie Glisson received wordof Pa. and Mr. rates into white and yolk Sanford State counted and has no effect on the
Farmers
I barger of Woodbine Robbie. Mrs. Home's I this 11th day of January, 1955, and
the birth of Mrs. Brown's great and Mrs. Milton Hostler of Ste- birthday anniversary. easily when it's 50 to 60 degrees F. Market reports that low tempera- receipt of benefits. Once a person I hereby certify that I am not an
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade and Mrs. L. D. Green spent the week- I officer or director of this bank.
great grandson, Gary Dean on An egg just out of the refrigeratoris tures retarded the reaches age 72, the limit'
warts town, Pa. of Jacksonville end with her maturity and 'earnings (PKAL) Frances M. harry Notary
Mrs. son-in-law
January 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Quinney and so cold that its white.Is viscous reduced anticipated volume does not apply. A 72 Public, State of Florida at large.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gay of Jacksonville In New Orleans. La. this daughter, Mr. and Mrs. of person age .
are Willard My commission expires March 1*
shell and ,
Glenns both yolk
Kenntth Felton Ferry to cabbage
and clings or
celery, cauliflower, and over may eara any amount and 195! 6.
overnight guests Pass who have
Idaho. Mrs. Brown has four more were week on a business and pleasure moved into their making separation difficult. On the iceberg lettuce. A similar report still receive regular monthly retirement Bonded ty the American Surety Co.
Sunday of :Mr. and Mrs. A. L. new home at 2008 Chowkeebin of N. Y.
sets of great, great grandchildren, trip.Mrs. other hand, when an egg warms I came from the Pahokee market checks."
making a total of fifteen. Crosby, Jr. W. A. Stern and Miss Nene. Tallahasee. up to 75 degrees F. or more, the The Palatka Additional .
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hayes have Louise Stern went to Gainesville Alvarez 61st AnnIversary Sale market reported information may be
Miss Dolores the and then
McKnigHt spent : tends to flatten may I
yolk I cabbage secured
moving In from the
Continues light volume, Gainesville dis-
\moved into the Ruby Johns houseon Wednesday evening where Miss Through Saturday.
J. weekend in Gainesville visitingMrs. break in separating, especially if i and the early trict office located DID
planting of at 18
South St. Stern attended the Gainesville :Mu- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Budd, Jr. and potatoes NW 1st
Thus,
C. E. Holly. the egg is not of quality. :In that area. Street.
children of Jacksonville j!
visit-
Association meeting.Mrs. were
sic Teachers
when eggs are to be separated, it ______
P. S. Hutto of Savannah, ing Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton the The Pompano market advised I
pays to remove them from refrigerator -
Ga. spent the weekend with :Mr. on Sunday. at least an hour In ad- .that shipments from there will be TORNADO ZIPPER BINDERS YOUKNOW

: and Mrs. Harry Tucker and Mr. Mrs. Mattie Gahagan returned. vance. Obviously, small eggs will :light for several days due to recent $1.50. Just the thing for keeping

and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. home last week after spending two'warm sooner than large ones. low temperatures. your books and other school supplies -

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Heathcoeof weeks with Mr. and Mrs. R. E.: up like Strawberry production has been securely. Bradford County
2. For cake-making, eggs,
HUNDREDSof Oakland, Calif. spent last week Cahagan in Bluffton, S. C. I other ingredients, should be at.retarded in the Plant City area Telegraph. ?

visiting Mr. and Mrs..S. E. Sparks XIr. and Mrs. Guy Sale and room temperature to combine well because of heavy frosts. The same

economic.. and Mr. and Mrs. R.'0. Wilson. daughter, Linda, and Mrs. J. B. condition is true in the Starke-
and .
details managed 3. whites more quick
are Egg whip REPORT OF CONDITION OF TilE
ally attended that only a trained and Mrs. Leah Stevens of Tampa Sapp were in Valosta, Ga. on Sun- ly and to larger volume when the Lawtey area. "FLORID. RANK AT STARKE 1. That Chiropractic is
I spent Wednesday to Sunday of last day visiting Mrs. John Sale and The Immokalee market OF 8TAIIKE IV THE STATE OF
careful organization can attend when Mr. and Mrs. John Yates. chill is off. Various studies Indicate reports FLORIDA. AT THE CLOSE OP the second largest health
week visiting Mrs. W. H. Struth, that cucumbers are showing some "E B ON
S that best whipping temperature DECEMBER 31, science in the world.
is at Lt.
for serving Patrick
need
the urgent Miss Kate Struth and Mrs. A. F. XIcGriff has been from 64 to 77 degreesF. effect of wind burn, but other 10M.
transferred ranges As..1.
hand. Sauls. from XIarianna to War- crops are In good condition. Cash balances with other 2. That Chiropractic ad-
Because of Public Demand we ren Air Force Base, Cheyenne, banks. Including: reserve
During the week of Dec. 15 justments
bring quick
\ 4. For cooking in the shell, take balances and cash items recovery -
JONESPhone have extended 61st AnniversarySale S VvnMr. the Fort Pierce market moved In process of collection 17J.SS1.26 for coughs colds and
DeWITT C. and Mrs. J. A. Martinez and I the chill off the egg before it goes United States Government ,
thru Sat. Alvarez Store.
I
I approximately 90,076 crates of "
7 Starke, Fla.Funeral children of Jacksonville spent the 'into hot water to avcid cracking obligations, direct and "flu.
Miss Sue Biggs of St. Augustine tomatoes with No. 1's farmers guaranteed %.
t r I" 14 and Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts, weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Joe I the shell from the sudden contrast grade selling from $2.90 to $7.50. Obligations% of States and ou'"u-ua 3. That Chiropractic re.
cold political
Martinez.Mrs. in temperatures or, put subdivisions %35.09.21
Director Ambulance Service Jr. of Hastings were among the Through December 14 around Loans and discounts (Including stores health to
many
Thelma In cold water and bring eggs
Dyal entered .
St.Vincent's eggs $61.17
out-of-town guests at the Barbara 326,688 crates of tomatoes sold overdrafts chronic .
suffers after
hospital and water to simmering temperature ) 719.C05.19 every.
offer
Our local funeral home enables u to convenience W on 'Wlednesday
I Cameron-Joe. Valinski weddinglast through the market, about 172,688 Bank premises owned $6- thing else has failed.
services not otherwise Intl&ble.A" Saturday.Mr. for surgery. together. crates more than for the corre- S7M2, furniture and

__ sssrrrrrrrssss sr-r ssssss. and Mrs. Floyd Green and ley Misses visited Barbara their father and Jackie, Carr Col-Col- 5. Hard-cooked eggs seem to sponding period in 1953. Other fixtures aSbets JS.107.54 ig 14,980.66.57228<< To avoid loss of work. and
shells
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Rosier and family I separate most easily from ,
Ralph Nettles, manager of the needless suffering Consult
We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and attended the, family dinner at ley, In St. Vincent's hospital on when they are cold. As soon as Brooker market. said that nothinghad TOTAL ASSETS 3.220.741.66 Chiropractor
today.
Sunday. He has your
tcc pt ANT life insurance policy In force, lined by ANT the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. been under obser- they arc cooked, cool rapidly in been planted in that area to I Llabllltle.
vation for a throat irritation. Demand deposits of
Individuals -
company, as payment in part or In full on a funeraL Johns In Lake Butler last Sunday. Friends cold ruming water. Fast cooling be injured by the December cold partnerships,

Consultation carrie no obligation. Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish, of the Lamb family will helps prevent the unappetizing He said that about 600 acres ol., and corporations 1,460.959.48 H. G. Bollinger, D.C.
regret to hear that their brother's dark-coloicd around the Time deposits of Ind.lI -
Mr. and Mrs. J. s. Sapp and Drew, wife XIrs. ; layer yolk. Irish potatoes would be planted I duals partnerships, and
Kenneth
Lamb
died in ,
. Reddish attended the funeral of Many homemakers have found that there this season, but that most. corporations 119.17.2C Route 100
.' Moncton, Canada Deposits
on Jan. :5. makes firm of United States
more ,
chilling
Lucius Jnabb in Macclenny on Mr. and Mrs. B. Fred Hazen of ,I egs growers will wait until late ii I Government (Including North of Keystone Heights
Tuesday afternoon. thus easier to slice for a garnishor January to plant rather than rui I postal savings) 6l,1Ii0.31

I The Oldest TV Dealer In Mr. and Mrs. John Mixon and Gainesville guests of were Mr. and Sunday Mrs.afternoon L. O. to separate the yolks from the! the risk of having their crop killec I Deposits subdivision of States and politIcal S78.65S.J6 I Phone 2847

In Waldo whites for stuffing. Other deposits (certifiedand '.
family spent Sunday
Hazen. as it was last year. officers' checks, .F':
Bradford County visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Mixon --
l Mr. and Mrs. Xlelvin, Meyers of t
and Mrs. :XL E. Ml'Con. }
SERVICING ANY MAKE ItADIO OR' TV Osage, Iowa spent the weekend RURAL COMMON
Mr. and :Mrs. R. E. :Mundorff visiting Mr. and Mrs. Barney Mc-I

were in Tavares on Tuesday vIsiting Rae, Sr. and family.Lt. SENSEFARM --- I
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For Guaranteed, DependableAnd Mr. and Mrs. / L. Bennett. Col. and Mrs. Charles C.
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Mrs. Ruby Johns and Mrs. R. M. McAliley and family, U. S. Air __ __ __
PEOPLE URGED TO
Quick Service I Griffin of Tampa are spending this Force, Retired, are visiting Rev. FORM CORRECT LIFTING '
week at their cottages on Santa Fe and Mrs. W. S. XIcAliley. CoL :;- ;= LLLLA 1
HABIT TO AVOID INJURY
Lake. McAliley plans to enter the second
I
PHONE 239 Mrs. Hogan Smith and Mrs. semester at the U. of F. Law Since there are hand lifting jobson I -

V I Dave Paulk attended the Open. School and the family will move every farm, correct lifting r5 :. .- Prices from . _

House and 100th birthday anniver- to Gainesville at that time. should be practiced until it. becomes

_FREE ESTIMATESWE sary of the JacksonvilleY.W.CA. Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton a habit. This may seem likea i I S
4. LIBERAL
TRADE-IN
on Tuesday evening Miss Faye were in Atkinson, Ga. Wednesday small matter, but victims 01; / /

,S GUARANTEE YOUR PICTURE $ 95TUBEFORONEFULLYEAR Paulk was one of the floor hostesses of last week visiting* -Mr. and !tfrs.B. sprains, strains, hernias and other, : .5. S MIX OK MATCH COLORS

at the affair. G. MIddleton.Mr. lifetime injuries are far too num.. See the new REVOLVING SHELVES
: and XIrs. Barney McRae, Jr.
Because of Public Demand we erous. Farm people usually do mor
: of Lake City were visiting the STOP IN NOW TODAY
have extended 61st AnniversarySale lifting than other groups, so cor.
thru Sat., Alvarez Store.T. senior McRaes and other relatives rect lifting is especially Importanton

CHAS. C. SHEPHERD F. Hutto and family of Jacksonville here Sunday afternoon.Rev. the farm.
W. S. XIcAliley and Guy
have returned home after Andrews will attend the Suwannee Safety specialists remind that G. J. IfTGRIFF
.
I spending the holidays with his parents Presbytery next Tuesday at the body is a mechanical system ol

RADIO TV SEAT COVERS Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. the First Presbyterian church in levers and hinges, activated by

Phone 239 Starke, Fla. I Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews Palatka.Mr. cable just like machines. When S GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES

spent Sunday at a family reunion and Mrs. A. L. DrIggersand overloaded or used improperly, in- Cor. Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229

> .'- . I Mr. and :Mrs. Dillon juries are Invited. Most people unconsciously
.- -, .. .. -'- -. ... -. at the home of Mrs. Allie Driggers of Lake Starke, Fla.
Whisler at Neptune Beach. Also Butler were :Monday visitors of' bend at the waist when I

'.- present were :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly. I' leaching down to grasp an object.

:__ -Er-F .. . iil: .: _.- ,. I Whisler of Centerville, la. who returned Mrs. Merrill Edwards was visit- Lifting in this position places a p

to their home on Monday ing Mr. and Mrs. Roy Howard in severe strain in the sensitive back

after two weeks visit here Gainesville Monday. and abdominal muscles. I

I D !!lT t] R. A. Weeks is visiting his Dr. and Mrs. Howard Hardee The 'specialists point out that

daughter, Mrs. Junlus Smith and and children and Mrs. Burns of when you squat or bend at the

family. Tampa were Sunday guests of XIr.I I knees and keep the back as up- OPENING SOON

Dedicated To Community Service Mrs. T. B. Harding and Mrs. and Mrs. I.. A. Davis. I right as possible, the powerful leg

"Mortea Are Better Than Eve Ewell Lawson were in Jacksonville

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cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS.; of Church street will regret to hear Joe Gumber'sWelding

that she Is confined. her homeas

Sat., Jan. 15-ONLY Sun., Mon. and Tues. a result of injuries received

Double Feature Jan. 16. 17. 18 when she fell down the Post Office -

S. Tuesday. She received
Patrons Be Sure to rail the bo-r steps on
several cracked ribs and multiple
office for name of this picture.

bruises.Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes spent

several days last week at Fort Shop I

Hood, Killen Texas visiting Capt.

: STECHNICOLORT'1 and Xtrs. Wilson Hayes and fam

ily. While enroute there they

were overnight guest of Rep. and I

Mrs. J. B. Hopkins in Pnesacola.Mrs. A steady .
saver
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: N. B. Rosier and
daughter Is getting on in the world
visited Mrs. G. F. Tippins In Jack-
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home with them, Mrs. Rosier's fr a person who spends all is |J : Prepared to Take Care of Your Welding Needs
fLfFjjfl Mrs. Dittmar and "
sister, : C. H. merely "getting on in years'is .
daughter, who are spending the remainder .
) of the week with their &

parents Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Green. How your Savings Account FROM POTS TO BULLDOZERS I

hIZIaL J. Plus "Land Cording" Cartoon an.II Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding attended ,

& Latest News the XL C. Langford open '
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[ Mr. and XIrs. Paul McDermott

: .,.nnd and children, Larry and Carolyn STEEL, STEEL CAST, CASTS

of Xfechanlcsburg, Pa., spent the

after'1** weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John The Florida Bank at Starke brings you the latest United IRON, BRAZING, ALUMINUM,

PIllS "Of Mice &Menaee": Cartoon the Shanbarger and daughter, Peggy, !
Press world news summary on Station WDVH at noon
and Chap. No. 1 New Serial I lof Starke. S SOLDERING, BURNING, ELECTRIC

"Zombies Stratosphere" Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilleyof each Monday and Friday.FLORIDA.

Jacksonville, formerly of Starke, and ACETYLENE WELDING .

JOHN A. TORODE spent last week visiting relativesin

Nashville and Centerville, Tenn.

Mr. and Mrs. L P. Shepherd
COMING SOON spent Wednesday with Mr. and BANK f STARKE S Your Business Appreciated *

Mrs. Charles Shepherd In Tampa.
There's No BusinessLike
Plus "Gifts From Air" Cartoon Mr. and Mrs. Royal Hawkinsof
Member Florida National Group
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VVYVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Stallings pastor, wish to express and file the original In the office Starke Florida; Julian L. Peek Jr, .twenty-five and four hundredths!, (0) degrees and thirty (39)
their heartfelt thanks to Sen. of the Clerk ef'the Circuit Court on whose residence and address is 1641 (25.04) feet to point of beglnnlng.j minutes West along the Westerly
Home Demonstration or before the Campbellton Road. S. W., Atlanta, From point of boundary thereof a distance of
JL LONG BRANCH Charley E. Johns for a nice gift 31 day of January 1955; Georgia; Louise P. Sayles whose described continue South eighty-I i eighteen (IS) feet to the Northerly I

Notes of $100. They wish to add to that otherwise tbe aiiegatiuus o.. said residence and address is Little seven degrees (8?) j boundary of a County Road,
iM Complaint will be taken as con Switzerland, North Carolina; Ilva eighteen (IS) minutes East aj run thence South eighty-eight (ft?
amount and build four Sunday fessed by you. Peek and Wilson Peek both of distance of ninety-two and six- : degrees and thirty-six (36) min
( byDOROTHY by Mrs. J. L. Strickland School rooms which are needed This notice shall be published whose address is 5201 Kimbark ty-four hundredths (92.64) feet utes East along said Norther':
k # and Jimmy Lang anee each week for four eonsecu- Avenue Chicago. Illinois; CharlesM. to a concrete monument run boundary a distance of five hun I
ROSS badly. ;Ive weeks In the Bradford County Sparkman, also known as C. M. thence South one (1) degree and dred eighty-six and nine tenths
) relegraph. Sparkman and Dell Sparkman. his ten (10) minutes East and parallel (6SS.9) feet to the Easterly boundary -
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.: ':; 2 Home Demonstration Agent LA ALA Dated this 27 day of December wife, A. G. Cooksey also known as to the Westerly boundary of of the right-of-way of
1954. Albert G. Cooksey, S. Francis Gardiner said Southeast Quarter (SEVi) of Westmoreland Street for point of
We were surprised Sunday whenwe NOTICE OF INTENTION TO OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby also known as S. F. Gardiner Southeast Quarter (SEU) a distance beginning. From point of beginning -
I came from church to find our REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Clerk of the Circuit Court Francis J. Fields Roy Jones. of six hundred four and thus described run North
4-II Livestock and Poultry Show the grapefruit crop is smaller than son Charles Fields and wife hereto Notice is hereby given that the By Marian 1. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. S. M. Weils. Mrs. M. E. Wells. J. one tenth (604.1) feet to a con zero (0) degrees and fifty (50) \.
1Z/31 4t 1/21
undersigned. under the provisionsof J. Sparkman Lizzie Sparkman. Rufus -
and crete monument on the Northerly minutes East along said Easterly -
Tin* District (.R Livestock last year, markets will offer more see Mom and Pop Strickland. Chapter 20.853. Laws of Florida. R. Sparkman (alledgedly the boundary of the Seaboard Air boundary a distance of six .-

:Poultry Show will be held In Jack fresh grapefruit because less is Charles is in the armed services Acts of IS 41. will register with the NOTICE sole surviving heirs of Christtanna Line Railroad; run thence North hundred forty-four and forty-
Saturday Clerk of the Circuit Court In and Notice Is hereby given that undersigned Sparkman. deceased), A. R. Rosen- eighty-eight (88) degrees and eight hundredth (644.4S feet to c
sonville Friday (today) and Being processed. Tangerines, some- and has been overseas for more for Bradford County. State of Florida Margaret R. McSwain merger, S. P. Shirley, "". H. Cone forty (40) minutes West along the Southerly boundary of the I
at the permanent 4-H Club times calledkidglove oranges"because than two years. Needless to say upon receipt of proof of publication has sold and transferred the "Don- Vernon H. Ford. Charles W. Bar- said right-of-way boundary a right-of-way of the Seaboard
{-R show of this notice, the fictitious Ron" Grocery and Market" at Law. wick W. K. Chew and F. L. Chew distance of ninety-nine and seven Air Line Railroad: run thence
how grounds. This la a the peel strips off so we were overjoyed to see both of name of Dixie Motor Court Restaurant tey. Florida to IL T. Bennett and partners as Chew Brothers, W. F. tenths (99.7) feet to a concrete South eighty-eight (88) degreesand I

where club members from seven easily, also are having a heavy them. Dottie has been overseas under which I am enraged in Floyd Dennett who will carryon Edwards, also known as Wm. F. monument; run thence North zero forty (40) minutes Eat
exhibit business at 702 Temple Ave., Starke, the said business under the same Edwards, J. JJ. Truby S. J. Stern- (0) degrees and thirty (30) along said Southerly boundary a I
surrounding counties project crop this year. These distinctly for almost two years. Fla.Anthony name. Your continued patronage of berg and E. Strong trading and do- minutes West and parallel to distance of one hundred seven-

In dairying beef, hogs and flavored fruits are handy for lunch Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ellington and Favota, Walnut St. this business under its new ownership ing business as Truby. Sternberg aforementioned Westerly bound teen aid forty-eight hundredths
Starke. Fla.. Least. will be appreciated. ana Company a partnership, A. E. ary a distance of six hundred six (117.4 l feet to an iron stake:
poultry and eggs. boxes or between-meal snacks for two daughters called on the Stride- Dated this 7th day of January. Margaret R. McSwaln. 'Hull and J. H. Hunter, composing (606) feet to point of beginning.Said run thenre South zero (0) degrees I

We will take a school bus of the youngsters. lands Sunday afternoon.Mrs. A.D.. 1955 at Starke, Bradford 12/24 4t 1-14 the firm of A. B. Hull and Com Parcel A containing one and and fifty-five (55) minute
this County Florida. pany Roger D. Wells and Rune A. thirty-three hundredths (1.33): East a distance of six hundred
club girls and boys from Markets still have plenty of Mary Toumans, mother of 1/7 4t 1/28 NOTICE TO APPEAR Wells also known sj Rune A. Wells acres, more or less forty-five and nine hundredths

county to see these exhibits on heavy turkeys 'in January, even Sullivan has returnedto !. Ctrcvlt Court Bradford Conity, sole surviving heirs at law of Mrs. PARCEL B. For point of refer (645.09) feet to a concrete monument -
Mrs. L. E. '
I Florida !. M. E. Wells deceased, Mrs. V. Tor-
Chancery. aforementioned Northerly
leave Starkeat I. Tile Circuit Court Of Florida ence commence at the tsouttiwest on -
Saturday. We plan to after generous holiday feasting. ruella, also known aa V. Torruella, 1 1sero
California. She W. Dor-
i her home in Eighth Judicial Cirrolt IB And George Allen. Plaintiff vs. Corner of said Southeast Quarter boundary; run thence North
9:30: A. M. and will. return to These big birds are good buys for has spent some time with her children For Bradford Con.ty. othy Belle Allen. Defendant Case No. 10-80 a also widow known, whose as Virginia residence Torruella and ad-, \SE%) of Southeast Quarter eighty-eight (88) degrees and

Starke at 3:30 p. m. We. have not January parties or for restaurants. in Florida and other placesin JAMB H. CARSWELL. formerlyANIE Sotlce To Appear dress Is 1421 Algeria Street Coral zero(SEVi(0)) and degrees run and thence thirty North(30) along thirty-six said (36)Northerly minutes boundary West a

participated in this show before or institutions. H. AVERT Plaintiff To: Mrs. Dorothy Belle Allen. Gables Florida; John Torruella, minutes West along the Westerly distance of one hundred thirty-
southeast.Mrs. .
the VI. whose residence and address is: 21 whose residence and address is 2145 seven and twenty-three hundredths ,
to it and be readyto boundary thereof a distance of
want see
but do Along with eggs and turkeys, Cheshire of Maxville, had RAYMOND SAUVE. Defendant. Government Street. Kittery.. Maine. SW 5th Street. Miami, Florida; eighteen (18) feet to the North- (137.23): feet to a point of be-
have lots of exhibits next year. January main-dish items will include NOTICE TO DEFENDTO You are hereby notified that a Mary Torruella DeAriiba, whose erly boundary of the right-of- ginning. Said Parcel C contain
her mother, Mrs. Anderson, with : RAYMOND SAUVE. whose res. for diverse residence and address is 1421 Algeria of ing one and eighty-eight hundredths -
Foods for January way a County road run thence
Plentiful ;
both beef and pork in plenty her over the weekend.Mr. idence and address as particularly has been filed against you in the Street, Coral Gables Florida. South eighty-eight (88) degreesand (1.S8) acres more or less.
January Is designated as "eggnonth" ] and several fishery products as is known is 2328 Car above named Court and cause and Louis Torruella sometimes knownas i thirty-six (36) minutes East You and each of you are here.
the and Mrs. Ernie Padgett son Street Detroit, Michigan you are required to serve a copy of Louis Torruella, Jr., whose last 1 along Northerly boundary a distance by notified that a Bill of Complaint J
because of unusually fresh and frozen shrimp, and can spent Sunday with relatives at and whose address for the re.ceivlng your answer or pleading to the complaint known address and residence was of twenty-five (%5) feet to has been filed In the Circuit -
plentiful supply of this food expected ned tuna. of mail Is 2329 Carson 'I on the Flalntirr Attorney Key West, Florida; Charles Torruel point of beginning. From pointof Court of Bradford County.
favorable to faintly Clay Hill. Street, Detroit. Michigan: Hon. Carlos E. Harper. 204V.. la, whose residence and address Is I' beginning thus described continue Florida In Chancery, by StephenE.
at prices Cattie marketings will continue Mrs. Ola Padgett and daughter, You are hereby notified that suit 1 University Ave.. Gainesville Fla. 2796 33rd Avenue, Miami, Florida; South eighty-eight (SS) degrees Simmons and Ruth Irene Simmons '
food-shoppers. There will be and file the original in the office or Frances Torruella Sebastian whose and his wife as Plaintiffs and
large in January and will include Brooker the weekend has been brought against you in the thirty-six (36) minutes
Myrtis spent residence and address is No. 1 Doc-
be Clerk of the Circuit Court onor against and each of
this month then in any Circuit Court in and for Bradford East along said Northerly you you as
more eggs many grain-fed animals so that with another of Ola's daughters, County Florida as above entitled; before the 24th day of January tor Nlnosa Street, Bayamon, Puerto boundary a distance of five hun defendants; that the nature of
previous January. Laying flocksare more high-grade beef is expectedin the nature of said suit is for damages 1955; otherwise the allegations of Rico; Albert Torruella whose residence dred eleven and nine tenths said suit is to quiet and confirm
Ethel at Plant City.
said Complaint will be taken as and address is AFSOS Opera- the title of plaintiffs, Stephen t
and the rate of laying for the breach of those two (511.9) feet to the Westerly >
larger retail stores. Because hog mark Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris and certain lease agreements dated' confessed by you. tions Squadron Lake Charles AFB. boundary of the right-of-way of Simmons and Ruth Irene Simmons -

is higher. Shoppers can expect etings in October and November' Hester (Mrs. Harris' sister) spent December 20, 1951 and February This notice shall be published Louisiana whose; Clementine residence and Torruella addressis Westmoreland Street; run thence his wife to the above described -
once each week for four consecutive James North lands as a fee simple
of top-quality and large- 14, 1952, respectively entered Into zero (0) degrees and fifty
plenty were not so large as expected, porksupplies the weekend at Clay Hill with by you and the above named plaln- weeks in the Bradford County Tele- 15 Bobolink Road, Yonkers, New minutes East along the said title; and you are required to appear -

size eggs at this'season.As will be heavier in January.Let's relatives. We were also glad to Uff. covering the building locatedon graph. Green York whose and residence Virginia and Torruella address Westerly boundary of said right- and serve a copy of your answer
for citrus oranges, grape the following described land Dated this 21st day of December of-way a distance of six hundred or pleadings on Plaintiffs'
Use Sweet Potatoes with in is 6165 Pine Tree Drive. Miami
have them us Sunday owned by you and situated in Brad- 954. forty-four and three tenths(6B.3) attorney, A. J. Thomas Jr.
fruit and tangerines both fresh thanes A. Darby Beach Florida if alive. and the unknown -
OFFICIAL SEAL) whose address Is Starke, Florida.
at feet to the
services Io and
Sweet potatoes are rich In vitamins School and church ford County Florida more Southerly
and processed will be Li generous particularly described as follows: Clerk of the Circuit Court. spouse of each of them, If boundary of the right-of-way of and to file the original of your )
Production of early and A and C, contain some B Long Branch. Beginning at the intersection of By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. alive. and if any of them be dead, the Seaboard Air Line Railroad; answer or pleadings in the officeof
supply. vitamins, iron and phosphrous, We had 73 in Sunday School the South line of Section Twen 12/24 4t 1/14 to the unknown spouse, heirs devisees run thence North eighty-eight the undersigned Clerk of Circuit -
at grantees, legatees, assign
midseason oranges is estimated ty-one (21), Township Six (6) (88) degrees and forty (40) minutes Court on January 24, 1955;
and are classed as an energy food. again Sunday, several were visitorsbut South s% ees. creditors and other claimants. West along said otherwise the allegations of said I
40 percent above average. Though Range Twenty-two ( ) In The Circuit Court Of Florida by, through, under or against each Southerly
These reasons are enough to make we are always glad to have Eafet. with the West line of the Eighth Judicial Circuit In And and every of the above named per- boundary a distance of five hun- complaint will be taken as con
right of of State Road num- For Bradford County. dren twenty-six and six tenths fessed by you.
way
homemakers want to include themin visitors with us, so invite all back sons who are deceased: to the
ber 200 (formerly State Road la Chancery. (526.6) feet to a concrete monument IT IS FURTHER ORDERED
Florida Railroad
the family meals. again. number 13). thence run North STEPHEN E. SIMMONS AND RUTH poration, Florida Railroad Company.Companyof a cor- run thence South 0 degrees that this Order of Publicationand
erly along the West line of the RENE SIMMONS, his wife 30 minutes East and parallel to Notice be forthwith published -
FILL DIRTGOOD The Stricklands and Charles and the State of Florida, The Ambler I
Here is a recipe for an old time right of way of said State Road Paintlffs, Lumber Company and The Atlantic aforementioned Westerly bound once each week for four consecutive -
favorite sweet potato dish Dottie Fields called on the Jim number 200 for a distance of vs. Lumber Company, Inc., the Atlantic ary a distance of six hundred weeks In the Bradford I
Homsbys in Starke Monday. Two Hundred (200) feet. thence FLORIDA RAILROAD COMPANY, Suwannee River and Gulf Railway forty-three and six tenths (643.6) County Telegraph a duly quail-
RICH Sweet Potato Pone. 1-2 cup flour, run Westerly and parallel with a corporation et al., Company a corporation, and the feet to a point of beginning. fied newspaper published In said
1-2 teaspoon nutmeg, 1 teaspoon Colored Note the South line of said Section Defendants. Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company Said Parcel B containing seven County.
cinnamon 3-4 Gertrud Nelson has been in the Twenty-one (21). a distance of ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND a corporation of Virginia and and sixty-eight hundredths (7.68) WITNESS my hand and official
TOP SOILSee teaspoon salt, 1 cup two hundred twenty (220) feet NOTICE TO APPEAR their unknown acres. more or lets. seal at Starke Bradford County
milk, 1 quart grated raw sweet hospital for a few days but returned thence run at right angles south THE STATE OF FLORIDA. TO: stockholders and successors other ,claimants trustees PARCEL C. For point of reference Florida this December 23rd, 1954.
home last Sunday. It seems erly to the South line of said James T. Soutter. whose last known commence at the Southwest (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
2 under them
potatoes 1 by. through or and to
egge, cup cane syrup, Section Twenty-one (21) thencerun address was of the City and State all ; Corner of said Southeast Quart. Clerk of Circuit Court of Brad )
1-4 to 1-2 cup melted butter or she has to go back again in a Easterly along the South line ot N. Y., and John McRae, whose last right other title, persons lien or Interest claiming in any or er (SE&) of Southeast Quarter ford County Florida.
other fat. Sift together the short time for another check-up. of said Section Twenty-one (21) known address was of the City of to the following described property (SE%) and run thence North 12/24 4t 1/14
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BILL JACKSON
to said of
point beginning; sub Wilmington North Carolina. as situate in Bradford County, Florida
ingredients. Combine these with ject to a road right of way over trustees of the Florida Railroad to-wit
Jackson Transfer Company the remaining Ingredients. Put the tyyyyyVyyVyyyyyyyyyy'VVVYBROOKER the South 23 feet of said land. Company of the State of Florida. : That's Our BusinessIf
Three parcels of land lying In
and subject to 1943 county taxes and their successors and assigns
Phone 165 mixture in a buttered baking dish which the grantees assume; Charles F. Mitchell Edwin B. Stapes the Southeast Quarter (!:of1':14) of a LS I
and bake it in a slow oven about and you are hereby required to II. Lydia Ellis, Mary J. Mitchell the Southeast Quarter (SE%,) of It's Glass We Have It!
serve a copy of your answer or essee N. Jones, also known as Section twenty-nine (29), Town. l CALL WRITE VISIT
two and om.-halt hours, or until pleading to the complaint on Jesse N. Jones. also known as J. ship Six (6) South Range Twen : 9 or

id done, stirring occasionally during plaintiffs attorney A. Z. Adklns. S. Jones and Annie V. Jones his ty-two (22) East. In the City of
By Polly Walt Jr.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAALLAa. Jr.. whose address is 3 SE First wife, Isabel P. Ritch whose residence Starke. Bradford County, Flori
the Joe Peters Glass Co.
first of the cooking. During the Avenue Gainesville Florida. and and address is Starke Flori- da. Said parcels hereinafter referred -
last 30 minutes discontinue the file the original In the office of da Cornelia P. Long whose residence to as Parcel A, Parcel B ;
COLONIALFLORIST the Clerk of said Court on or before and address is Starke. Florida and Parcel C and being more FOR ANY GLASS NEED
stirring and allow the pone to W M S MeetingThe February 7, 1955. ; Lois P. Ferryman whose residence particularly described as follows:
brown. Many people prefer to serve the If you fail to do so, judgment by and address Is Starke Florida PARCEL A. Commence at the We Design Modern Store Fronts
at
Baptist'YMS met default will be taken against you ; Myra Darby Peekwhose reel- Northwest Corner of said Southeast -
this dish cold with milk or creamas home of Mrs. M. O. Harrell on for the relief demanded in said I dence and address is Starke Fla.; S.LI. Quarter (SE%) of Southeast Just Mail Us A Pattern for
a dessert. When cold It can be complaint. Peek Jr., whose resldecne and address Quarter (SE%) for point of reference Table
4 7:30 with Tops
sliced. It is Tuesday, Jan. at p. m. DONE AND ORDERED at Starke. is Starke, Florida; Frances P. and run South eightyseven -
very frequently servedhot the president, Mrs. James W. Bradford County, Florida this 5 dayof Tard.whose residence and address (37) degrees and eighteen (18) 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla Phone 2-4353
FLOWERSFor as a vegetable with meats. January, 1955. Is Lake City Florida; Darby Peek minutes East along the Northerly

Thomas, conducting the business (OFFICIAL, SEAL) Charles A. Darby whose residence and address Is boundary thereof a distance of
session. Prayers were given by Clerk. Circuit Court,

All OccasionsPHONE Mrs. C. B. Stallings and Mrs. G. B. Bradford County 1 1Chevrolet's
By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk
218 BEWARE! Colson. Mrs. Eugene Crosby, Chll.dren's A. Z. Adklns. Jr.. 3 SE First Avenue

Home chairman, gave an Gainesville, Florida, Attorney for
COUGHS Plaintiff. J/7 ft 1/28 the thunder from the hip I
FROM COMMON inspiring devotional, assisted by stealing
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Chronic Sealed bids Till be received by -
bronchitis may develop if Following prayer by Mrs. Lloyd I

your cough chest cold,or acute bronchial Dyal, the treasurer's report was Starke the City at Council the City of Hall the In City Starke of :x engines and drives! Look at all the ways you

is not treated and you cannot given by Mrs. R. F. Gano. The Florida until 7:30 P.M. o'clock on '
DISH GARDENS afford to take a chance with any medicine Tuesday January 18, 1955. at which can 90 when you go Chevrolet!
Missions chairman
lest potent than Creomulsion. It Community time and place all bids received

4POTTED PLANTS lOCI into tho bronchial system to help Mrs. L. L. Parker, also gave a re- will the following be opened: and read aloud. on You can have the new 162-h.p. V8-or you can take

loosen ud expel term laden phlegm One (1) Mobil Street Sweeper
port.The
6s.
POTTERY and aid nature to soothe and heal raw society wishes to express a with water tank of 200 gallon ca- your pick of two new sweet-running

tcnderin1iamcd bronchiaJmembranes. cordial invitation to everyone to aclty: with trash-hopper not less Then there's Super-Smooth Powerglide, new Over
Creomulsioa blends beechwood than 2 2/3 cubic yards capacity;
Flowers WiredAnywhere creosote br special process with other attend the/W. M. S. Rally which sweeping path 7 ft., 3 in.; engine drive (extra-cost options) and a new and finer Syn. ,
not less than 108 Horse-power; .
time-tested will be held here Tuesday, Feb. 8. .
medicines for It
coughs. equipped with standard cab with
contains no narcotics. The next business session will shadow-proof windshield: with chro-Mesh transmission. n

Get a brge bottle Creomuliion at be held at the home of Mrs. L. L. travel speed up to 55 mile per 6 Come in and see how
hour; front tires 760x20
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Nona St. Stake Creomulsloa your drug store. Use it aO as directed Parker on Tuesday, Feb. 8. 00x20: four wheel hydraulic brakes -- much fun it is to drive the'exciting
guaranteed to please with hand-operated ,
Thanks for GiftTheBaptists emergency

you or druggist refunds money. Mv. with Rev. C. B. brakes placable; Elevator rubber edging 8-Equeegee carried re-on new ways to go J Motoramic Chevrolet ofyour

an endless steel chain with 11-ln. choice.
expansion; one pick-up broom. Else
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Church of God YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.YYYYYYYNEWS contest that will close on SundayJan. TTTTTTTTTTTT'fTfTTTf anniversary Sunday with openhouse.

30.Hembric. .. Lunch at noon
w was spread
Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning OF INTEREST TO COLORED
:Morris Jr., sponsoredby HEILBRONNBy I for those present
Evening
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Worship a.m. Sunday -
CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Irene Thomas; Dennis Lamar
s Service 7:45:) p.m.. YJ'E
Kelly, Giv- ,
sponsored by Elizabeth
ALL TlltS OF
Service Wednesday 7:45 pjn., and By Ozora Johnson, Editor ens; Sandra Scott sponsored by :Mrs. Ancel Normanu.u.uu.u..uu.uA
I Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45 p.m Ozora Johnson Ann Lee
-..AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAThanks ; Marilyn PEST CONTROL
Lawtey : sponsored by Bernice Morris. The
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning to all persons who have, School, no matter where you live baby having the nighest amount The revival got underway at the

Methodist Church I Presbyterian ChurchSat. Worship 11 a.m. YPE Servo .brought in news to this office. We m the county and how many chil over $50 will be given a $25 War Baptist Church Sunday. The at- TERMITESHousehold
ing Saturday, 7:30 p.m. are still asking you to continueto dren you have at other school Bond. All other contestants will tendance is good and the messages Commercial

Sunday, Jan. 16 Church ., Jan. 15:) Adult choir re help us let the general public 'centers, you are a member of the receive cash prizes. Each child wonderful. If you need spiritual GROVE SPRAYING

: School 9:45 a. m. Morning Wor- hearsal. 3 p. m. St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. know what you are doing in your R. J. E. P. T. A. Beginning Sunday will be a winner. We are askingall uplifting, we invite you to attend CaD for estimate
I religious, civic, educational and .January 23 there"'will be student these services.
to
persons help us.
thip 11 a. m., topic "How to Get Sun., Jan. 16 Sunday school, Raymond E. MacBlaln social e. "No man is an island",,speakers in all churches to tell Rev. Milton Dukes, pastor of Florida Pest Control
will held
the Most Out of Worship." Recrea- 9:45, "Showing a. m.; Morning Reverence worship in Word service Services at St. Mark's Episcopal "Together we stand dividedwe ..you about the P. T. A. and what it at Missionary Allen Chapel meeting on Monday oe, Jan. the church, is the evangelist. A & Chemical Co.
tion Time 5:30 p. m. Fellowship fall. Let this be our slogan in :stands for. We need more cooperation special!! treat is in store for those
17, from 4 to :5 E.
and Deed," 11 a, m.; Youth fellowship Church will be as follows: p. m., Givens 2320 N.W. 6th St. Fh 6055
Supper for Intermediates and Bradford County 'TOGETHER from the parents that do not president. attending Saturday (tomorrow)
Calvin Pace and Joe Har- Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church WE." live in Gainesville Fla.
I : Starke, proper for the R. J. night.
Seniors 6:15 p. m. Worship Serv- den, hosts, 6 p. m.; Evening wor- School and Adult Class; 11 ajn. !Accidents Will E. P. T. A. Don't think because HOUR OF MUSICOn
ie for MYF groups 6:45: p. m. Eve- ship service "Evaluating Your ,Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 Happen Sunday, Jan. 16, at 4 p. m. Mrs. Margie. Underhill and Mrs.
Accidents are not caused you live in New River, Brooker, there will John Denmark of Starke visited __ ."
be music
hour at Allen '- '
Life 7:30 Y. L. a -"' "- .
m. P. S. v
p. p.m. '
ning service 7:30: p. m. they happen. On Friday of last Keystone Heights, Lawtey or the T. ,". -,---.. """ --- .. -<
N. Normans day last
I 7:30 Chapel A. M. E. Church. Talent one
Wednesday Litanyand
"Find : -
Mon. Jan. 17 Life With p.m.
MondayMethodist Men meeting ,week at R J. E. elementary little Hampton you are not a member of week.
series WDVH at 9:45 Meditation; 8 Choir all over the county will be pre- Wash Your Clothes
God" p.m.
with on a.m. the P. T.
in the. recreation hall sup- !Marion Jenkins was the victim of A.. or that is you should
Practice. sented. Don't miss this rare treat. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain
per and program, 7:30 p. 1:). !an accident. Fortunately her not Join and work with the R. J. E.
parents FREE TO ALL. Featured talent and children of
Communion Hampton
were Pounds
Holy : 1st Sunday, 9
Tues., Jan. 18 Winter meeting had her P. T. A. If have a child
WSCS Prayer Group i insured with the students you enrolled -
Tuesday will include Rosebud Kitties Joan the Eldon
11 a.m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30: p.m. visiting Sapps Tuesdayof
9:30 Meeting for church of Suwannee Presbytery at accident policy. It is not too you are automatically obligated
a. m.
I Britt Ruby Lee Hall, sensationaltrio last week.Mr's. For 40c!
visitors 7:30 m. First Presbyterian Church, Pa- late for those parents that have to join and help to improve
p. Beatrice Moore reader and .
latka. Rev. W. S. and Christian Church the Willie Mae Simmons of
Bible McAliley not already insured their childrento conditions in the school
Wednesday Children's others. Children's Choir from New FREE Bleach If Desired 1
Story Hour 3:30 p. m. Church Guy Andrews, delegates. A vote on Rev J. E. Sherwood, pastor ; do so. It is better to be safe than where your child is being educated. Bethel Baptist directed by Miss Edwards Hampton was visiting Mrs. Alice
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and union with United Presbyterian 'sorry. This insurance gives your Please make it your business to Friday evening.
Conference Frances Jenkins.
School Workers Church and Presbyterian ChurchU. Sunday, 9:45 Bible school classes child complete coverage for $125 be present at this trountp-wide The birthday dinner given forJ. .
covered dish supper 6:30: p. m. S. A. will be taken. for all ages. C. W. Colson, Supt. per year.P. meeting at R. J. E. and invest in Delta Sigma Chapter C. Sapp was well attended anl1enjo.ed
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Youth Choir rehearsal Elects Officers
Thursday -
We Will
.6:30: p. m. Chancel Choir Wed., Jan. 19 Junior choir Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening T. A. & Hobby Club "ChitChat"The the future of your child. It may be The Delta Sigma Zeta Chapterof by all. He received many

rehearsal 7:30 p. m. practice, 3 p.m.; Men's supper worship, 7:30 p. m. Christian En- R. J. E. Hobby Club had its that our Supt. H. P. Morgan will Zeta Phi Beta sorority, Gaines- nice gifts. Dry Your Clothes

i meeting,' 7 p. m., program: tape deaver 6 p. m. tint meeting for the year on be there with a message concerning ville elected officers for 1955 as Also enjoying birthdays last For 20c
TabernacleSpecial recording of Billy Graham's ser- Bible Study and Prayer Meeting Thursday! Jan. 13. the new R. J. E. School. follows: President Gladys Alexander weekend were Mrs. Ruby Gaynoe,
At The mon, "Faith in Christ." 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. The Hobby Club of Tmirston CHURCH NEWS ; Vice President Trapp-Jones; Sunday, and Clifford Norman, In New Automatic Drier!

music by the young people Thurs., Jan. 20 Evangelismdinner Womans Council 1st and 3rd Elementary School in Lincoln City Antioch Baptist Church, Rev. A. Secretary Whitfield; Treasurer Saturday. Aunt Lula Cruce cele- 0
for Western District at Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. W L. meets every Monday night at 7 Jenkins, pastor will have as their Julia Harper; Prevention and Con- brated her 86th birthday last week.
of the community will be featured First Presbyterian Church, Gaines Andrews, president. p. m. President Bryant is asking guests Sunday Masons and Eastern trol of Juvenile Delinquency, Chair- Marklee Norman was visiting TheVasheteria\
at the Saturday night meet- ville. Dr. H. E. Russell, speaker, Church located on W. Call and all persons who have not Joined, Stars from Waldo. They will man Roberson; LaCherrio, Chair- his parents, the LeRoy Normans

ing In the Tabernacle. All young 12 noon. Evangelism supper at Christian streets. A friendly wel- to do so at once. The P. T. A. will be. in charge of the Sunday morning man McGhee; Blue Revue Chair- Saturday. I
people who play any instrumentare and First Presbyterian Church, Jack come waits everyone. meet on Monday, Jan. 17, at which services. Dinner will be servedon man and Reporter Ozora Johnson; Mr. and Mrs J. S. (Buddy) Nor- Temple Ave. Starke

cordially invited to come sonville, for Eastern District of time the Supervisor, Mrs. Johnson, the church grounds promptlyat Parliamentarian Burgess; Business man celebrated their 50th wedding -
informal
-have a part at the in these Youth for Christ programs Presbytery with Dr. Russell as St. Edward's ChurchSunday will ahoy a free movie on Cancer. 2 p. m. The general public is Manager-Coward; Musician Maurice I
speaker.Dr. This picture has been made cordially invited to attend this Jenkins White.
meetings held each week in the Mass at 9:15: a. m. possible fraternal and FOOD AT THE BEST j
religious service. Soror White who recently be-
Tabernacle. Daniel Iverson of Miami, through the county Health ,
formerly pastor of the Shenandoah Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and Department and Nurse Snellen. Mt. Moriah and Pleasant Grove came the bride of :McCoy White of
Sunday morning, Jan. 16, Rev.T. Presbyteran Church, will be the 8:30 a. m.Children's. I Two films will be shown. PrincipalS. Methodist Churches will have a ral- Marianna and Tallahassee, wishesto DIXIE RESTAURANTAFFILIATED

G. Mangham, 'district superintendent preacher on the "Find Life With Catechism Class each I C. Price, is inviting all patronsand ly for the building program of the thank all friends and relativesfor

,of the Christian and Missionary God" program on WDVH Mondayat Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. friends to come out. The show church parsonage. Rev. D. W. their gifts and loyal support WITH DIXIE MOTEL

Alliance, will bring the 9:45: a. In. His topic is "FindLife Keystone neigbta I will begin promptly at 7 p. m. Demps, pastor. The Spiritual Ec- during her recent venture.
message at 11 a. m. He;,was the 1 The hoes, SPORT NEWSBasketball
Hampton gospel singers will
With God Through Yieldingto (Women's Hub) Training School render Now Under
Principal'speaker at the recent His Love." Dr. Iverson is giving Sunday Mass 8 a. m. holds regular combined P. T. A. music also the choir of Mt. Moriah season is well under New ManagementHome

conference held in Jacksonville. hIs time to evangelistic work Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. and Hobby Club meetings each church. Lay Leader L. M. Royal Is way and we have teams in all of Folks Especially Welcome

Tuesday night the Musical Mil- and Bible teaching since his res Confessions before all Masses.SEVENTH second and fourth Tuesday. All expecting all members and friends the larger schools. Thurston Elementary -
len, assisted by the Tabernaclemusicians ignation from the Shenandoah patrons and friends are: /asked to to come out and da their full group is being coached by REASONABLE PRICES

presented a fine 1 pr? Church.! DAY attend. Principal Taylor and Assistant duty. Assistant director of religious Benton Cambridge. They are ask-
gram. Sunday night '.'Oranny"I ADVENTIST CHURCH Williams have many plans activities, M. E. Roberts, ing for a game with R. J. E. Do I Phone 9115

Smith delighted the congregationwith AIRPARK MISSIONARY Services each Sabbath in the for the program this year Come is asking all departments to makea [you think they can win ? ? I

her vocal solos. BAPTIST CHURCH Old Masonic Hall on E. Call St out and give your support. "No round report in this rally 1 wonder if Coach Shell is afraid to

Sunday afternoon a group from Sunday School 9:15:) &. m. Morning [sabbath School 2 p. m. Preachingevery one respects a talent that is con- | New Bethel Baptist will hold, play them?
the Tabernacle attended the sere Worship 11 a. m. Training week by R. L. Mathews, pas: cealed. Erasmus. regular services on Sunday start R. J. E. played Hastings teamon t
ice at Park-of-the-Palms to hear Union 6:15 p. m. Evening Service tor. Bible Study each Thursday Wateroak Elementary School ing with Sunday School at 9:30' Monday and lost, but we will ADD A ROOM DOWN E

the closing message by Dr. Allen 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7:30 m. A friendly welcome holds regular P. T. A. Monday a. m. All members and friends are seek revenge at a later date. Jan.
Fleece president of Columbia 7:30 p. m. Rev. W. O. awaits p.everyone. night after the first Sunday and asked to attend. Rev. A. Vinson, 12, Gainesville here: Jan. 19, Ala- THERE BELOW &
Bible Hobby Club I pastor. chua, there; Jan.Callahan, here;;
College, Columbia, S. C. Collins Jr., Pastor. each Tuesday night.
Jan. 24, Green Cove, here Jan. 26, GIVE YOUR
IHWAY CHAPEL Beatrice DeSue is the president of Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church ; HOME
780 W. Highway 16 the P. T. A. and is doing a splen- will hold regular services Sundaywith 'Palatka, here; Jan. 28, Gainesville, I
aid there; Jan. 31, Hastings, here; Feb. A CHANCE TO
(Assemblies of God) Job. Marian Tyson is asking Sunday School at 10 a. m., GROW
for more cooperation with Hobby Homer Williams, superintendent, 1, St. Augustine, there; Feb. 3,
Sunday School Club. Plan to in St. Augustine, here; Feb. 7, Green
Sunday 10'p now attend the "Tom charge. This is Stewards day
REVIVALFIRST m. featuring "Th Life of Christ"on Thumb Wedding" on Feb. 11 at and all class leaders are asked to Cove, there; Feb. 9, Hawthorne, f a mac f
colored slides. Morning Worship Wateroak School for the benefit make a round report. Rev. John: there; Feb. 11, Callahan, there; J I I
11 a. m., Rev. H. E. Bullockto of the p T. A., M. E. Roberts, Groover pastor. Congratulations to Feb. 14 Archer, here; Feb. 16, bJ I
Evening Alachua, here; Feb. 18, Hawthorne,
bring the. message. principal.The the "Youth Group" of the. church ;
Evangelistic Rally 7:30 p. m. featuring Hobby Club of Brooker Ele- for the very fine services Sunday, here; Feb. 22, Archer, there; Feb. I

special music and choir, mentary School will meet on Thursday Jan. 9, all day was high. B. T. 25-26, division tournament, placeto I i,
BAPTIST CHURCHSTARKE singing. Jan. 13, at New Morris be decided. j ij
River Methodist Jr. served as Junior Supt, CELLAR -: : : '
I' and The Eugene DeSues are the : : : : i
Tuesday Bible Hour : Church at 7 p. m. Alma Mof--. while John Givens acted as .
sec re
I Prayer 7:30 p. m. Rev. 21.22, "TheSeven : fett, principal, is asking all patrons any for the Sunday School. All proud parents of a daughter, Loretta C lOCAt-TKADFMAPX, ..... :. I!

FLA. New Things." to attend. The supervisorwill did a fine Job. Santa Claus was a born Dec 28 in Doctor's !

be the guest consultant at little late but finally presented Clinic Hospital. i iI

PINE LEVEL CHURCH this meeting. gifts to all scholars. We hope this
JAN. 16 THROUGH 23 HAS MUSICAL PROGRAMA Lawtey Training School has a I will encourage larger attendanceto lIi11tmUffllllllllllJlidiLeilalWlllb! ::! WIIIIIltOOIIIPI::! WIIIsll! :!xa.x!: '':21 :

musical program under the i Hobby Club that is really doing Sunday School each Sunday. We FOBDECORATED SERVICE

direction of Claude P. Ganus will I big things. C. C. Anderson, principal i plan to have service each Sunday CAKES
DAILY 7:30 P. M. be held at the Pine Level BaptistChurch : is asking them to continue so at Greater Allen Chapel A. M. E. MADE T<\ ORDER BUILDERS IUPPL.IES (

i Sunday night from 7 p. m.: that they can make the New Church. Make it a point to wo rWedding Cakes A SpecialtyCall I
until 8 p. m. The public is cordially School attractive by adding the ship with us when possible. MRS. H. LAPPE 45 333 -
invited to attend. I"frills." .1.
BABY CONTEST
Rev. Pat \Wimberly EvangelistOF County-Wide P. T. A. at R. J. E. The following persons and babies 9501 Gainesville(Hotel ,Thomas Fla. )

BROOKEItBAPTIST If you have a at R. J. will be
I chili E. asking you for help In a .
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GAINESVILLE FLA. Rev. C. B. Stalling Pastor I 1 '
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Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning w. ?
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Worshhlp 11 a.m. BTU 6:30 p.m., "
Evening Service 7:30: Prayer r4 .
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Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p,m. _
j REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Song Leader ". '. '

i CHURCH OF CHRIST .. '

MRS. L. A. CANOVA, Director of Music C. L Overturf Jr.. Minister $ pt

Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m.

Morning Worship 11 a. m. Eve W S S. .t 'a
ning Worship 7:30 p. m.
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Wednesday Bible Study 7:30p.

Bible Preaching Good Singing m.
-- Radio program, "Old Paths"

each Sunday 9 a. m. Station
WDVH.

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EVERYONE WELCOME WOODLAWN BAPTIST MISSIONARY CHURCH a:1 .

10 am. Sunday School 11 a.m. I ,

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,, .. .____.- n. __ 'n _' ___ n p' _. spice, 7 o'clock song services. __
7:30 evening services.A. _
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Sunday School 10 a.m. Preaching .

11 ajn. Training Union 6:30: r'1'JlE 860 FOUR-DOOR SEDAN t .
p.m. Preaching 7:30 pjn. Prayer

Meeting Wednesday 7:30 pjn. -
tiA REV. Milton J. Dukes, pastor.
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Sunday Scnooi CHURCH 10 a.m.

Music .. a, g Morning Service 11 a.m. kaq

Evening Service 7:30 p.m.
Prayer Meetings Wednesoaj

night 7:45 p.nu Saturday nigh{
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Services each Sunday In old
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun

Message day School 10 A. m. SacramentSenice Wondering what new car to buy? secret of the wondrously safe, smooth ride How much money? You can actually buy

REV. and MRS. EARL COLLINS come. 6:30 p. m. Everyone wel Step to the window, watch traffic, that makes you and your passengers the a Strato-Streak-powered Pontiac for just '

and you'll see how others are settling this happiest people on wheels. a few dollars more than the very lowest-

EVERGREEN question. They are buying Pontiacs-at a There's Pontiac's roominess and luxury priced cars! Coma in and find out how little

SATURDAY, JANUARY 15 BAPTIST CHURCH faster rate than ever before in history ; ? living-room comfort and modeofit costs to switch to modern motoring.

Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach Ask why and you'll hear many reasons, tomorrow decor along with picture-

7:30 P. M. ing 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30: but the basic reason is this.The '55 Pontiac window vision all around.
p. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. personifies everyone's dream of what a And there's Pontiac instant control and

Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. modern car should be. Strato-Streak V-8 performance-but these
HOPE BAPTIST CHURCHJUST
There's Pontiac's unique combination must be enjoyed to be believed.
HAMPTONCIIRISTLN
OFF ROUTE 100 CHURCH of beautiful long, low lines, Vogue Two. Take a total of the foregoing and here's

Bible School 10 a. m.: Worship Tone styling, and Twin-Streak distinction. the result-more of everything than a likeThere's
4 Miles North of Keystone Heights Service 11 a. m.: Youth Program Pontiac's wheelbase-the
has
long amount
6:30 of money ever bought before! 00 A403 Jf-CO POMTIAtl THAU Gnu LUtH
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WITH inuro-miAX r<* or".11
COME p. m.Bro.. J. B. Dixon. pastor.
EVERYBODY

FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH .Pontiac
Hear These Youth Gospel Crusaders LAWIEY, n. Simpson Urquhart

Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching
11 a. m. & 7:30 Midweek
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STtR } FLORIDA FRIDAY.- _______. JAXRABY___ _n 11. 1955
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senator CONGRESSMAN decides not to BOB run. SIKES| Service Records Borrowed Sf reef sweeper At Work 'Judge Yawn Tells Merchant's Division Judd said that local farmers are for _

S ]presently planning their crops
Lf4kimi'i'V of Cresview, third district the Available SoonMaj. PTA Of Juvenile Will Meet TodayBill J 1955 and he hoped some of them
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dean of the Florida Delegation .. .
the
consider this
1 might news on
Gen. Vivian Collins. State Court ProblemsAn
better known as the "hecoon.1tListen : Graham, chairman of theMerchants ]pepper[ deal.
for his name when prospec- Director of Selective Service has Division of

A'AW tive candidates for governor are received from National Head- insight into the program of the CARD OF THAXK3 I
the Bradford County Children'sCommittee Chamber of Commerce, has calleda ____
mentioned. quarters, Selective Service System We wish to thank all individuals
was given by County special meeting for Friady (today -

CONGRESSMAN DANTE FAS- preliminary notice of the contem- Judge T. A. Yawn at the regular ) at 2 p.m. at the Chamber of and organizations who were kind

CELL of Miami, fourth district plated disposal of individual files meeting of the Starke Elementary Commerce building. The meeting'I in supplying us articles of cloth

another new-comer. He takes the o' Florida registrants of the Selec- School PTA held in the BHS cafeteria will be devoted to completing themerchant's
household after
etc.
ing goods
spot left vacant when Bill Lantaft
tive Training and Service Act of Tuesday night. plans for the
coming our home burned last week. Your
decided he had had Well- I -
enough.
1940 as amended. Judge Yawn, who is also Judgeof year.
liked in his district won easily. the Juvenile Court explainedthe i generosity is greatly appreciated
These files have been stored ina and has made it possible for us
WIN PEN6UTOM CONGRESSMAN SYD HER- law under which the court is
records In St.
depot Augustine Trawick to carry on after our great loss
NEW YEAR! NEW CONGRESS! LONG JR. of Leesburg fifth district where they have been available for set up and some of the problemsthat Urges Halt ---Roy and Reba Starling Graham

Congress la now in session. now in his fourth term.A information desired by the individ- are met in handling juvenilecases. To Oil In SewersJack Fla.

Officially it is known as the first lawyer and former judge. Known ual registrants and authorized .

session of the 84th Congress. Its nation-wide as manager of the agencies. A highlight of the program wasa Trawick, county sanitarian,

531 members make up the most Congressional Democratic Baseball I General Collins said that Information skit entitled, "A Day in School" requested this week that service

law-making body in the team. presented by Mrs. Justine Pellum's stations refrain from oil
Important from the files will be avail- pouring
W. C. T. U.
world. What these men do in the CONGRESSMAN: PAUL ROGERS able until Feb. 1, 1955 and that I third grade. Sirs. Pellum's room down city sewers. Trawick said _
few months will shape the ? ? ? of Ft. also won the cake for having the the oil film stops bacteria actionat
next Lauderdale any request for information from City Employee Edwin Smith is shown above operating a street most parents present.A .
destiny of our country and pos- sixth district Not really elected registrants and authorized agencies that the city's sewage disposal plant. CIIICAG1lJ.L 0IS. TIlE
sweeper Starke has borrowed for trial purposes. The City has brief business session was I
sibly the world. yet, but now running to take the Is encouraged.The pre- and that the oil must be skimmedoff AMERCIAX MEDICAL ASSX
adyertlsed for bids on a similar type street The has sided over by the president, Jack
sweeper. sweeper
Ten of these men represent place left vacant by the death of records of registrants under by hand by the plant's opera- HAS DROPPED ALL CIGARETTE .
i been used on a limited basis in hours to Trawick.
to the over early morning sweep portions tor.
Florida. In addition his father. We think the race is the current act are in the hands TOBACCO AND ALCO.

all problem of helping to decide a cinch for him.CONGRESSMAN. of local boards and are not affected of Call, Walnut, and Temple Ave IIOLJC BEVERAGE: ADVERTISE-

what Is good for our country, their I. JIM HALEYof by the contemplated disposal Jaycees Will Aid Pepper Buyer Seeks MEXTS IX ALL ITS PUBLICA'

job will be to represent and pro- Sarasota seventh district plan. ]Livestock Owners Urged To Improve Herds 'March Of Dimes'The T1OXS BECAUSE "A LARGE
mote the interests of their own former head of the famous Ring- informa- Space At Market NUMBER OF PHYSICIAN'S IXTERVIEWEI .
Anyone desiring more
These ten men are often ]Expect Low Prices For Cattle And ), EXPRESSED
state. HogsFlorida
ling Brothers circus. Now servinghis bon on this matter may contact Junior Chamber of Commerce M. R. Judd, Starke Farmer's I
"Florida Delegation -
referred to as the second term after having both Mrs. Rhoda Dampler, clerk in the made final plans last night .Market said this week THEIR DISAPPROVAL" OF
." Most of the time they livestock producers will J lerience is nullified hogs will bring manager (SUCH ADS.
Democratic and Republican op local Selective Service office. for its "March: of Dimes" solicita- I that W. T Davis of
get together and work as a unit I lo well to continue their effortsto lower prices in 1955. Salisbury j (THE NATiONAL
position. tion from Bradford County's mer Md.. has
in the Dast they have been noted I improve their herds produce as As for cattle there were 95,000- requested space at the I I PROIIIBITIONIST.a .)

1;; Washington as being one of the CONGRESSMAN BILLY MAT- Vernon Slade Pleads much feed as possible and keepa 000) head in the nation at the beginning chants. The Jaycees accepted the II local market for a pepper grading i il
Gainesville responsibility for the merchant'sappeal
machine.
FHEWS of eights district '
closest "families" on Capital Hill. 1 also serving his second Guilty In Assault Case sharp eye on the market in 1955. of 1954 -.an all-time high and the coin collectors from 1

But with the opening of the This advice was offered todayby and adjustments in herd numbers -i l --
Benedict Finzer "March .
1 term. A former school teacher. of Dimes"
one member of the economists of the Universityof and drought resulted in record
to
84th
congress. Slade a
guilty
Vernon pled
county chairman, last week.
]Returned to Congress this time
delegation will be a Republican. charge of aggravated assault this Florida Agricultural Extension slaughterings this year. Slaught- I
'without opposition.TriCounty Rev. J. E. Sherwood will head \INKIER ELECTRIC SERVICE
Only time can answer how he will week in a case arising from a fight Service in view of the prospects for erings this year have been esti- the Jaycees drive. Both Finzer'

fit in with the family. Certainly, I between Slade and Donald Hodgestwo possibly lower prices for cattle and mated at 40,000,000 head, which and Sherwood have sons that were Get Set For the Better Fall
able to work aa closelyin Youth probably lower prices for hogs dur- beef of _
he won't be weeks provided a supply nearly
ago. stricken with polio and both are Programs Now Coming on 1171.RADIO _
the delegation as another Demo- ing the coming year. .80 pounds per capita, three pounds &/ .
Rally At Hope BaptistMagic Slade was given a one year sus- vitally interested in the. work of
crat would. pended sentence. He agreed to From the national standpoint above the record supply per capita I' the "March of Dimes."
should be and this has a very direct bearingon l in 1953.
Even so, everyone
music and Scenographwill pay court costs and to reimbursethe Finzer gave a personal accountof
familiar with the members from Florida cattle slaughter has I The record beef slaughter this
feature the Youth county for money it paid on his aid from the National
Florida. As we have done at the Tri-County nodge's'ambulance and hospital been heavy last year and it may bea year, however, has included a much Foundation of Infantile Paralysisat

beginning of each session we are Rally this Saturday night. The I little heavier in 1955 while the larger number of cull cows and
.bilL last week's Jaycee meeting. He _
listing the members for easy meeting will be held at Hope Baptist slaughter of hogs in 1954 hiked heifers than usual, which has hada AND _
I Slade and Hodges reportedly raid this year was one of the most
reference. As they say at a foot Church, just off Route 100, by a heavy spring pig crop, also marked effect on total inventory.This :
for the "Marchof
ball game, "You can't follow the four miles North of Keystone aught; with broken drinking has been heavy. Such heavy sup- unusually heavy marketing of important year's TELEVISIONSales
Dimes" since the vaccine
in frontof polio
in fight
a grudge
players without a program." Heights. The service begins at glasses; plies of beef and pork will prevent cows and heifers the economists
the Blue drive-in. Hodgeswas appears to be. a successful, and a
listed accordingto Chip prices of cattle and from,rising trssssss.
The Senators are : hogs explained. has gotten producers
when he was nation-wide vaccination programwill
7:30.The badly bleeding
rank. The Congressmen according artists who will present the and indeed will probably result "slIghtly over the hump" in the
be undertaken in
after probably 17-inch TVMahogany
to the district they repre- special program are. associated I: found chasing later a car by ir.city which police he was rid- in lower prices for hogs in rattle cycle and a decline in num- the near future. 179.95 and Service
1955.
with Youth Gospel Crusade Inc. of: bers may be expected during the Finzer said even after the vac- ,.
sent.SENATOR
ing. flss==nflfls sssrssflfl Ss s-ss rrrrn
SPESSARD HOL- Prices of Florida hogs reached next five
Wheaton. Ill. Rev. and :Mrs. Earl I years.
cine hasipe.d out the spread of 224 N.
Temple AV.PHONE 166 Starke Florida
then rushed to St.Vincent's ,
LAND of Bartow Florida's Collins travel the Southeastern Hodges was an all-time high in April and Mayof Cattle slaughters In 1955
polio, the National Foundation will
Senior Senator. First elected on States in this work and come' hospital in an ambulance this year the result of a short probably will run about as heavyas remain in existence caring for e

November 5, 1946. He is a former highly recommended by pastorsof His hospital bill was $166 and his pig crop in 1953 and the averagefor this year, which will mean that present victims of the disease that --
Judge and Governor. Has servedin ambulance bill was $15. Both of this year probably will be a prices will be about the same as
churches in which they have
all three branches of our conducted campaigns.The these bills were submitted to the record. The economists pointedout for this year. may need Junior lifetime Chamber treatment.The Board. o' Sell It Rent It Trade

government. county since Hodges did not havea however, that the 1954 spring After another year of adjustment -
Tri-County Youth Rally Directors met preceding last night's! I
SENATOR GEORGE SMATH- job and was unable to pay them. pig chop was 10 per cent large things are expected to

ERS of Miami Junior Senator. features regular Saturday the night Slade.'s total payments includ- than the 1953 spring crop and this brighten up (in li,6)) for cattlemen meeting for to 1955.outline the club's activities %WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED
meetings in churches of area.
Now serving his first term with ing court costs, will be $202. heavy run of pigs to market in the and about the same can be
Youth committee has
A charge 01
two more to go. State-wide fall brought the fall average downto said for swine producers.Thus .
years the rallies and Rev. Merle Pack- Arm Twist Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place
PAT HOBBS NAMED 19 Needed
cents from the
rumor is that he doesn't plan to spring averageof the economists advised I

run for a second term.CONGRESSMAN ham Church, pastor and A.of C.Hampton Feigert Baptist pastorof 4-H CLUB PRESIDENTPat 23 cents per pound. The.195 cattle and hog producers to pro To Send Man To Jail M WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION' - 00e

BILL CRAM- fall spring crop is 10 per cent heavier duce as much feed as they can, EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 24DISCOC.Vf

ER of St. Petersburg. first district Hope Baptist Church, are adult Hobbs was elected presi- than the 1953 fall crop. which adjust their herd numbers to their: Seems like some folks, you have i OF IS PER CENT OX: TWO OR MORE HrSERTIO.gKf

Florida's lone Republicanin advisors. dent of the Starke 4-H Club at its means there will be 10 per cent feed supplies, continue to improve! to twist their arm before they'll l I ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IV ADVANCEMEMORIAMS

Congress. Defeated Courtney The general public is invited. regular meeting last Saturday in more pigs going to market in the. their herds, and cull inferior animals go peacefully off to jaiL At least

Campbell in a close race. Prob- the Agriculture Building. Elissa spring of 1955 than were marketedlast I when market conditions ap.. that's what happened last Saturday CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20e Per Line

ably will have to face him again BPW Club MeetingThe Stefanelli was elected vice-pres spring. Unless all past ex, pear most favorable. afternoon in Starke. I
(COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)
next election. ident; Elizabeth Prevail secretary Police Chief W. E. Thorntonand

CONGRESSMAN CHARLIE Business and Professional and Charlene Hardy, Rhoda Hines Rotarians See Line Funeral Services Patrolman Riley Sweat spieda

BENNETT of Jacksonville Second Women's Club will meet Monday. and Marcia Miller, reporters. Crew Demonstration Held At driver weaving down the street SEE THIS GREAT DISPLAY OP 60 ACRES improved pasture. lIe

district serving his fourth term. night at 7:30 at the Catholic Cen There were 11 members present KeystoneFor and stopped him in front of the AZALEAS bearing pecan trees. 2 dwellings,
; f \rAn aU sties numerous out buildings,
Plans to run for the Senate to ter. AU members are urged to I at the meeting. The next meetingwill interestng demonstration by M. M. SargentMatthew Florida Theatre. l -Iat''' Size '1M Doses supply plentiful with auto.water elee.
fill Smathers' shoes if the junior. attend. be held on Jan. 22.ITS The driver was definitely not Alto 85*. BOf. T5*. $1.50 '1AO. '2.00 pumps. $25.000. Write C. Letach.
line of the Florida Power
a crew
Each and UpREYEDERE R. I, Box SI, Starke (Bradford Co.)
. & Light Co. featured the Wednes- Mell Sargent, 66, died ,interested in being apprehended, AZALEA tfch*

-. -,-. .-. .--- -. -. ., -I day meeting of the Starke Rotary last Wednesday at his home in :'and he tried to crown Sweat with GARDEN: & NURSERY Collln
his pint bottle of moonshine. Chief Pauline Earle LET J. D. ODOM. JR.
Club. The program was in Keystone Heights after a long ill- P. O. Box IBS. EarlttoB. Fla HANDLE YOUR

charge of J. H. duPre, manager ness. He had lived in Keystone Thornton said he tamed the cul- tf CATTLE AND_IIOGS
Heights since 1923, and was in prit by twisting his arm behindhis SALES
of the company's Blanding District RADIOS REPAIREDAll Live Oak Each Wednesday
business there as a building con back. Calaenllle Each Friday
tractor.Mr. Monday before Mayor J. R Make All M.4el.. tf
Reasonable raaritea Kvara '"
After luncheBn, the members
Wainwrght, Alex Fowler pled CHAS. C. SHEPHERD
UNLAWFULFor assembled outside the American I Sargent had served as a.. guilty to charges of drunken driving Tea W. Call St. Starke Pb. S3I LARGE HOME FOR SALE
Legion hall where temporary poles school trustee and for the past 16 possession of moonshine CHEAP
years had been a member of the
had been erected and line
crew
a NICE SEVEN ROOM
whiskey, and resisting arrest. He Electric Motors HOUSE ON
Clay Board of Public In-
demonstrated how insulators are County LOT NEARLY ACRE Q.V CHERRY
sentenced to $75 and costsor
struction. His term expired last was pay STREET IN HEART OF
changed on a "hot" line carrying 25 days.in jail.Freeholders. REWOUND AND TOWN OF STARKE. FOR SALE
13,000 volts of electricity without week. CHEAP BY OWNER. .APPLY AT

interrupting service. He was born in Alpharetta Ful- SERVICEDSmall OU1IBER-3 GULF STATION,

Any Person Persons to Engage in The men also showed how artificial ton County, Ga., and was the son Return NORTH 301. JAX OF HIGHWAY STARKE: HIGHWAY tecbl'
or Appliance Repair -
respiration is administeredatop of Rev. Bryan B. and Stella Was- Homestead FormsTax

a pole to a man who has son Sargent. He was an active General Machine Work FOR RENT-Two room furnished

been shocked and has stopped member of the Melrose Lodge F. Assessor Gene Long said apartment. Apply Shepherds Ua.

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless breathing. & A. M., the Eastern Star Lodge he had received wonderful responsefor All Work Guaranteed o dio and TV Shop. tf

Members of the crew taking 35, and the First Baptist Church homestead owners signing and ttUY YOUR ANNUALS now at

part on the program were: W. T. Keystone Heights. returning their homestead applica Reasonable Rates ing.Starke Stock Nursery., cornflowers Ready for, carnations plant-

Cushman, foreman; C. R. Tollman, Funeral services were held Sat- tions. After one week Long said I pinks hollyhocks, lark.

The Name Is Registered J. C. Larramore M. E. Noegel C. urday in the First Baptist Church approximately half of the 3,000! spur, pansies. etc. Phone Itchgr 158-W 1/2J

J. Hart Fred Ash, Bill Hagan, with the Rev. C. L. McCrary, retired applications had been signed and RED SEAL

and D. H. Maya.President and the Rev. David Thomas returned. LOST-Pair of glasses in blue felt
,
case
near St. Edward's Catholic
A. J. Thomas announced !- Orlando officiating. Burial was Long mailed post cards to per ELECTRIC & MACHINE Church last Saturday. Finder

action of the board of in the Keystone Heights Ceme- sons who had claimed homestead SHOPF. please Telegraph return or ilra.to Bradford E. L. County Matthews .-

directors increasing dues in the,tery. exemption in the past in order that phone 82. Itp

club from $7.50 semi-annually to Surviving are his wife Mrs. Mat- they might apply for it in 1955. 'W. OBAUDON BLACK AND TAN Hound Dog.

$8.50 semi-annually. This was 1 tye Copeland Sargent; two daugh-The cards must be signed and returned Owner, Manager Stolen or lost Haa collar with
Read This Florida Law"It done in order to help take care of owners name. Scar on lip silt in
incidental at the annual 1.ters, Mrs. Martha Tyre, Keystone : in order for the person to 106 Washington St-Phone 897 one ear scar on hind leg. Please.
expenses Heights and Mrs. Rachael Maxwell I claim homestead exemption. Starke, Fla. notify T. J. Perry, Hampton Ke.
Ladies Night event, Thomas said. : _ward. lip
Jacksonville; two sons, KeyM. Long urged all persons eligiblefor
shall be unlawful for or as defined hereto to
any person persons, committee of Bill
A composed
8 x 8 x It Con-
!-
Sargent Keystone Heights homestead exemption to notify FOR SALE-New FOR SALE-Ideal business site, :2
engage in business as herein defined under a fictitious name as herein defined Graham Guy Andrews J. R. Kelly and Wayne B. Sargent, U. S. him so that he can credit them. crete block, 18 Mortar per Ellis Store
bag. Croc. or write to Box
and P. T. Nolin named to
without and unless said fictitious nan.e shall be registered with the was Army; three sisters Miss Beulah He estimates the saving on homesteads Bradford Engtnerlng Co., phone 53-C. Rt. 2, Starke. Fla. Itp l/2g

clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business select tative an for Institutional the Boy Scout Represen-Troop, Sargent, and Mrs. Stella Stanley equals about $36 per $1,000 9t Starke. tf FOR RENT-Three bedroom Unfurnished .

Keystone Heights, and Mrs. Chris worth of property. He warns applicants FOR RE Unfurnished house. Inquire downstairs apartment, corner -
is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit which Is sponsored by the Rotary I tine Lewis Sparta Ga.; and three that there is a J500 fine at bus Station. tf Church and Call Sts. Mrs. W
Club. T. Marshall Rt 8. Box 318, Jack
sigped by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of L. H. Gibson and E. L. Mat- brothers W. W. Sargent Sparta; or six months in Jail for anyone Z% PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE sonville. up
B. B. Sargent Atlanta, Ga. andA. STATE BANK; KEYSTONE -
;
filslfying: exemption application
all those interred in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest thews were appointed to confer A. Sargent, Warthen, Ga. an HEIGHTS. FLA MEM- FOR Marine SALE 16 ft Plywood Eoat,

of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon. with the executive 'board of the HER PDIC. line wells finish tool complete box. false copper floor

Starke Woman's Club concerningthe Korean Emergency WISH TO BUY Industrial land closeto decked over front. We also have
Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto feasibility of the Rotary Club Local Grasses UsedIn Starke, with or without buildIngs several used motors. Inquire at -;
Deadline Nears also Income proporty. Ad- Farm, Home and Auto Supply,
engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or sponsoring a move to obtain park Fertilizer TestTwo dress!; full details to: C.W.P., Box 16th and Cherry Sts. 2tchg 1/4

benches and a band shell for the For ServicemenA S23-B, Starke Fla. lOtp S/*
their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four FOR RENT-Large unfurnished

((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county park on Church street. St.favorites Augustine among and local Bermuda grasses -, Presidential Proclamation has WANTED ice; customers: Ambitious In rural man Bradiora to serv- town.house furnished about Also an three unfurnished miles from and

where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be Mrs. Sponholtz were used in testing a new pro- set Jan. 31, 1955. as the last day I i Watkins County with products.nationally$2.50 advertised to $3 an MadIson. apartment 201 tfchg West

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of Tells Of Sons duct, "Golden Vigoro," recently cf the of Korean acquirin emergency certain GI for benefits purposes -- hour start.possible.Car or light No truck investmentto need- FOR SALE
The[ satisfies Entire herd rattle,
product apparently Start Immediately. Write theJ. apprex. TO
ed.
such publication. I Korean GI Bill train- head (half of them white fareCow _
including $59 West
Watkins Company
two: long sought properties for a .. R. ..
Interesting news has recently ing. Peachtree St., N. E., Atlanta, Ga. Betters Calves. Krglntcr-
lawn fertilizer it will not burn 3tchg 1/14 ed Herford Bull. Good roadltlon.
been received concerning two sons I The proclamation means that *:">) brad Philip Martlnean,

If you are engaged in business under any name of Heilbronn!:Mrs. Katharine Springs. Sponholtz of long-lasting growing grass qualities.and it has new I young service men after or Jan.women 31 entering will not the be FOR good 310-SALE N.condition Thompson-1941 $175.Chevrolet St. Mrs.2tp Smith clean.1/14 I RUBBER Graham, STAMPS Fla. SIGNATURE

:Maj. :Milo Sponholtz returned to The new product should go on eligible for the "GI Bill" of rights Stamps, Caters made to order. One
the States last October followinga sale at local stores in the near FOR RENT Garage Apartmentwith day Service. Florida Rubber

other than your own and have not had this name tour of duty in Korea as finance future. Tests showed that the that crans.was adopted for Korean vet- all electric living kitchen.room, bedroom Also sleepIng bath-, Jacksonville.Stamp Co., 915 Fla.HendrIcks 4tp Ave.1/28.

fertilizer could be
officer with the armed forces. applied duringthe Under the law, who rooms. House at Klnsrsley I
new persons I Lake. Mrs. J. M. Mtlchell 302 W. CARPENTER WORK-Block work
and
hottest to wet
Together with his wife and child days grass .
have entered the services prior to Madison. "P wiring. plumbing roofing, siding'sprouting
he recently visited his mother here then permitted to lie without additional : and cement work.
properly advertised and registered we will be before going on to his new station : "watering in" or raking. Jan. 31 are still under the pro- FOR RENT-Furnished garage Write C. A. Sorrel!. c/o Bradford
visions of the GI Bill They must apartment at Kingsley Lake. Mrs. County Telegraph. 4tp 1/28
at__ _Denver.___ no folo.-! -- within three Panline Torod 3tchg 1/21
begin courses yearsof
Leland B. Sponholtz is employed High School PTA their discharge and they must WAITRESS, experienced. must be 1 NEED See this CHEAP 1950 TRANSPORTATION English Ford at*

all Information to with the Engineering and Service finh their training by Jan. 31. 21 years of age. Apply The Bar Torode Used Car Lot. Good Con-
glad to give you necessary as Department of Westinghouse Elec- To Hear Morgan 1963 or eight years from the end- TVS Restaurant. U. S. 301 South ltchg Clqtrk& dition. priced to sell. tfFOH

tric Corp., Washington D. C., and SALE-Young Laying Hen
had an article published in a recent Bradford High School's PTA will of-emergency date. SPINET PIANAccount of adverse Turn east at Joe Noegela on 301 '
issue of "Elecrtical South.1 hold its regular meeting In the The new law also affects the rlrcnm..lanceB party returnfne first house on right before reachIng t
what should do. Vocational Rehabilitation Training beautiful small Spinet piano. Will RR. George Mahalfco. ItpHTTCHINSOVS
school cafeteria
Tuesday night, {
you The article described the electrical sell to someone in this territory.
system for the new Clinical Cen- Jan. IS. at 7:30 p.m. program for veterans disabled in Just pay small payment on delivery REPAIR SHOP- \
Harmon P. Morgan, school service since the outbreak of the and finish few small monthly Cor. Temple Are and 12th St ;
ter of the National Institute of superintendent payments. Standard make. Tommerclal and Domestic. Re- ,
Health at Bethesda Md.. the will be the principal Korean War. Veterans disabled fully guaranteed. Write to Small frlgefators, Stoves, Water Heat f
speaker and will bring the parentsup before Jan. 31, 1955, are eligiblefor Installment P. O. Pox 4114 Jack- ers. Appliances ef all kinds' re
research center of its
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHS largest type iron vllle 1. Fla. 2tchg 1/21 paired. Heating systems and ,
in the world.\ to date on the county school vocational training provided electric wiring. Telephone 8J7-W ;
bu3ding they need it to overcome their dis CURTIS!=I CANDY CO. can plsce Dn or Night. 2to 1/21
Leland lives at 3202 Fayette program.C. In local territory with
salesman
Road, Kensington, lid. with his S. Partin, BHS principle, v.inI ability. Training under this program headquarters In Stark Write. WANTED TO BUY-Small or large

wife, Virginia and their three also present some information pertaining -I, must be completed by Jan. Box: 33, Sta. O, Jacksonville or.. tracts of timber or timber land.
E T'n'oti St.. Jark"'>n.vllle Franol H.
the cc'l at 700 Clifton. Phone 1320,
nine from
children, Dennis Carol and War to juvenile delinquency and 31, 1964, or years 1 for a confidential Interview. lips North Blvd., DcTaVJ *" t

t -!} ::; -I!' 'Hq ? q' "" f 1 ;2 E:.: Sflt' !i.Q S t ren. comic books. end-of-emergency date. ltp I II 4tp 1/14






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