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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 21, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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took two steps nearer to and that there were several dupli- Official County Publication Established In 1879
house.-to-house delivery this cations in street's names. Thomas I

week, and one civic organizationwent said the. work was completed, andit
on record as ready to lend ,I is now awaiting the Council's, VOLUME SEVENTY-SIX STARKE. FLORIDA FRm. ". JANUARY %1. 1955 NUMBER TWENTY-SEVEN
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its efforts to the cause. approval. -
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The first step took place in The Business and Professional 5 -- .9 ... ., .

Washington where Cong. D. R. Women went -record this we k Engineering Finn to Help Council t. No Decision MadeIn
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(Billy) Matthews announced that as ready to aid Starke obtain the '"'-

the post office department will house-to-house delivery. Home ; .. .
grant his request for another in- mail delivery has been a BPW pro- Decide New Used Generators Clocks ..
on or .
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vestigation of the matter. ject for several years, and the r A. '.", Zoning Dispute

Matthews made, public a letter club offered its services during the pf :
from N. R. Abrams, assistant last post office survey. Starke's City Council continued The Councilmen found themselves For

postmaster general who said: Postmaster G. J. McGriff Jr. its debate Tuesday night on I talking in terms of 600.000 I

"In view of your statements said the next task facing the city whether or not to buy new or and $700,000, and they were definitely Neither side won a decisive victory ones.

(made in a letter quoted by The was to establish: a uniform house used power generators for the light I Tuesday night in round threeof One of the new members was

Telegraph last week) another Investigation numbering system and to get each plant and the Councilmen finally not relishing it. CourtHouse !' the current controversy over Foster Shi Smith, who has served

will be conducted to house numbered in the city. .decided to toss the knotty problem They were soon brought to earth! 'proposed commercialization of theWoman's as spokesman at several Council

determine whether the requirements Fire Chief! D. W. Carpenter said i into the lap of their new consulting again when veteran policeman Bill! S [I street. Club block on N. Walnut meetings for a delegation from the

for city delivery service he had helped several home owners engineering firm Reynolds, Smith Laine asked the Council for a raisefor official board of the. First Methodist -

have been met. When a decisionIs number their houses, but he said & Hills. the City Police. Lane said he, I The expected showdown before Church, protesting the proposed -
reached, I shall be 'pleased to only a small percentage of the Engineer Jess D. Thomas, representing three : the City Council failed to materialize commercialization of thparea.
had worked for years, putting -
inform you. Starke homes wer numbered. He Reynolds, Smith & Hills, when final plans for a proposed The Council also authorized
"It is the usual practice to inaugurate suggested that the City Councilset .told the Councilmen that it woula in 55 hours a week and more,, Blind .' S. : supermarket in the area were not City Clerk Carl Johns to contact
to and he was still getting $50 a presented and there was no M rs. Jeanette Kincaid
city delivery on an aux- up a block-by-block numbering take a month prepare a report c" request president ofthe
iliary basis by the employment of system before individual houses I en the comparison. He had jus, week with no overtime pay.S. for a building permit before the Woman's Club; Mrs. M. F.

a substitute carrier until an inspection are numbered within a block. I I made a quick trip to New Bern, R. Hicks, road superintendent,! Eyes?' Council at the time. Hazen, president of the Garden

discloses that the route N. C., where he. had inspectedtheir his' Forces opposing the project were Club; and Miss Pat Lambe, president
McGriff said that the house said he hopes to raise some of
Involved is full time. If there is five 5000 k.w. generator light S ready and waiting when the. Council of the Business & Professionalomen's
numbering was part of the requirements from $40 a week.
no undertime on the route, con- for house-to-house plant, and he told the Councilmenthat employees convened at 7:30 o'clock to W Club, and ask them toselect

sideration will then, be given to mail delivery. He. said that the it was a good buy at $200,000. The Council explained that the'c vigorously protest any request for one member each from their _

authorizing regular carrier position He said he did not know, however, City was rather short of funds at' Bradford a permit on the part of Guy An- organizations to serve on the zon.ing -
survey to determine the nurabei County's courthouse was no sooner erected back in 1902,
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and conversion of the suited Starke's needs. i'drews, who recently took board.
auxiliary if it asked J. an option
of present, but they Mayor
mail subscribers was conducte ,v hen the County Commissioners began receiving petitions to put
route to regular." Thomas estimated it would take, i on the Maude Crews property and j Knight, who said he
; was speaking -
by the post office itself. R. Wainwright, poli e Chief W. E. the "blind eyes" on the courthouse tower to work. They have evaded
In view ot Abrams statement, $$83,680 to buy, ship, bouse: andnstall announced plans for constructing as an interested citizen andnot
Starke may be served by a part the five engine New Bern, Thornton, and increases Hicks tp and study proposed .the issue for 50 years, and the question is still being asked today. a building to be leased for super- as a paid attorney for any

time mail carrier in the very neat BHS Face plant. He said the plant itselt I opinion pay as to the amount presentan needed No one knows exactly how much it would cost! to install a dock market purposes. .individual or group, warned the

future. Cagers would be ample for Starke's future at the next Council meeting. in the tower, but everyone seems pessimistic. Clerk Charles Darby There, is little likelihood that Councilmen that the city is in

Matthews had pointed out in his needs, and he expected Starke's said he recently sent out feelers on the matter, but he expects the any further action will be taken peril without effective zoning

letter to Abrams that Starke had 6 Home GamesBradford present equipment would be usea cost may well run into thousands. in the matter Defore a significant regulations. He said that the

grown considerably since 1953 only on a limited basis. Fighters TriedIn Furthermore, the wise County Commissioners may shy away from meeting in Gainesville next Weds esent controversy is only aample

when the city fell slightly short of High's Tornado hoop- He told the Councilmen that it a problem faced now in other counties as angry petitioners demand: nesday that might bring new insight of what the City will runinto

the 2,500 subscribers necessary for sters open a six game home stand would cost about $120,500 to buy "Why aren't the courthouse clocks keeping tune?" into the problem. At that as the town continues to grow.
house-to-house delivery. and install two 1200 k.w. engines time a team "You are without
new in the
of graduate a gun
-Polaroid 1-Minute Photo by the students
tonight (Friday) on the. armory I CourtTwo Telegraph-
The second step took place herein floor at 7:30 o'clock. The invaders at current prices. His plan Mayor's from the University of Florida middle of Indians," he warned the

Starke as A. J. Thomas Sr., will be the new Paxon Field High would be to adapt the two new will present its findings in connection Council, and urged them to arm
chairman of the. Zoning Commit engines for a heavy type "bunker recent fights in Jo Jo's with two alternate themselves with a temporary
School from Jacksonville. Paxon long range
tee said the. Committee had com sports a 3-5 record, identical to seed" fuel that would increase the Bar led Mayor J. R. Wainwright Seven New Roads Rain Brings Relief [1 plans for city growth. The students building permit ordinance that
the and re-naming but it would to caution its owner, R. C. "Peeee" have would
pleted naming that of the locals. Paxon last fac installation cost, ; reduce been working on the problem prohibit a change in the
of certain city streets at the request ed Robert E. Lee of Jacksonville fuel expense. W Dampier, in Mayor's Court for several months at the requestof present nature of land use of all

of the City Council. and was beaten 71-33, Bradfordfell I Sheldon Howard a representative Monday that any future fights Sought By County To Local Farmers Starke's Zoning Commission, Starke property. He said the city

The Council authorized the [ before P. K. Yonge 72-46 Tuesday from Fairbanks Morse engine,might result in the city revoking i and they will present their preliminary could in this way prevent all commercial -

. Committee to name the streets evening in the University of r, firm told the Councilmen later L hiS license. : findings Wednesday at development in residential -
when a recent map showed that i Florida gym.Following. I that his firm could furnish them Dampier said he tried to get Seven requests for secondaryroad Welcome rain early this week 7:30 p.m. in room 403 of the University areas until the zoning code
many city streets were unnamed with two 1160 k.w. engines, Installed the police as fast as possible when projects were presented to brought relief from a long dry Library in Gainesville. was adopted.Lex .

tonight's game the at $275,000, or considerablyless fights began, but he had no way the State Road Department by spell that threatened to seriously :Members of the Council, the Green, whose home is across

. Tornadoes face Fernandina on the l than Thomas' estimate. of knowing in advance when they Bradford County's Board of Commissioners [curtail farming operations in Bradford Zoning Board, and the general the street from the proposed
W. C. Manning 25th and Gainesville High School Thif are going to happen. He said he
price did not include the Monday at an all day County. public have been invited to attend supermarket location, said that head
Died Saturday NightW. Ion the 28th. The latter date will 1 building or conversion to "bunker had. asked County Judge TheronA. session in Gainesville. The, rain came just in time to the meeting. h contacted A. D. Davis, president
include a B-squad also. Yawn if he could keep certain
game seed" fuel. The Commissioners were told to [permit growers in the Brooker The only concrete of the Winn & Lovett Grocery
Bolles will i individuals out of his development
C. (Callis) :Manning. 47, a be here on Feb. 1, Du- The Council began totalling up place, but [expect no immediate action on the section to start planting Irish potatoes i in Tuesday's meeting : Co. Tuesday and that Davis told
was
Yawn had said a move
Judge it
pont on Feb. 4, and Lake Butler was im-
native of Stark and a residentof L F eb. 8. on] anticipated costs of its planned possible. requests since the County was already which they normally do: by the Council to increase membership him the company would not wantto

Jacksonville for the past 15 improvements, and it went much] Mayor Wainwright told in debt to the Road Department beginning about Jan. 18. Ralph II I on the Zoning Board to become involved in a lawsuitover
died Saturday night in a In East Florida Conference competition L higher than expected: Power Dampier for 209811.50 1954 I
years' generators that it was his ( on Nettles, manager of the Brooker I nine in order to make it more the property and that unless
Jacksonville hospital after an ill the Tornadoes have a 2-1 $400,000; water tank, to maintain Dampier's) responsibility road projects. Most of the Coun- State Farmers Market predicts 'representative." the area were zoned for businesshe
order and
ness of several weeks. He had record as a result of a 60-53 win $75,000; distribution (system, no that he ty's future road revenue will be that more than 500 acres of potatoes I This action would notify Mr. Andrews to
was being notice was taken when
been a member of the Jacksonville ,over Ketterlinus High at St. Augustine estimate but probably over $75,000 that put on used to pay off the $1,000,000 bond will be planted in the Brooker V. H. seek another location.At .
future Knight, local
police torce'for 13 years and wasa last Saturday on the local tnd new water and sewer lines for fights would mean L I issue and to reduce this debt. !, section this attorney, said that I
[the loss of his license. year. terms of the present board the present time the property
zoning I
former member of the Bradford floor. Glen Reddish poured in 22 outlying areas, no estimate. The seven projects were divided -.
I Senior Davis was placed in the -S The dry fall and unusually cold] members had expired and is not zoned at all, but up until this
County Board of Public Instruc I points, while, Stanley Clark had among the County's five dis- suggested
: City Jail for I December also combined to time has been I
tion. 16 points for the evening. Jerry fighting A. J. Hodt *rict3,_ and the Commissioners delay; they be removed and a new always used for
in the bar.pperscily: v-Dav ?. Bradford County's sUm hoard residential and institutional I
Surviving are his widow Mrs .Hohne had 23 points for the visi pled to equalize mileage as much ftrawberry tamed. He.accused the purposes.
Margaret Manning, Jacksonville, tors. Coach Leonard Register Starke Lions Have started the fight and then ran I as'possible for all the districts. crop. Acreage. is off from last; present board, appointed in No- .
when the police reached the year due to the of ember 1953 Knight started the ball
scene. scarcity plantsand ,
The resolution of "dying a natural I rollingat
and four daughters, Mrs. Gary T. stuck with his first five Edward asking for the
Dickey of Provo, Utah, and Norma Akridge and Glen Reddish at Two Teams CompeteIn They hemmed him in at another roads was made by Mrs. Jessie dry weather at time of set; death ty inactivity." Knight said the meeting Tuesday when herose
and Hilda bar. Chastain and seconded ting. What few berries there are that Guy Andrews, a member of r to praise the Lovett organization
Manning
Jean Weta, guards, Jerry Lawson at center: Membership RaceStarke's by Lawton
all of Jacksonville: two sons W. and Stanley Clark and Townsend Davis was fined $50 and costsor Crawford. It established no priority were set late and have shown the zoning board and also the one and management but added
20 days in jail for poor growth. The rain this week, seeking to the i'he was surprised they sought
C. :Manning Jr. and Larry G. Strickland at forwards, until the Lions are now in the fighting. for the roads. bring commercial a
ning. also of Jacksonville;ManS l last twp minutes of the contest second week of a six week's attendance Sidney Manning and Everett I District 1-A road leaving U. however, might give them a new. enterprise into the. disputed block, location that was so distasteful to
Medlin were also charged with S. 301 about l lease on life. I could not be expected to take so many people.
mother, Mrs. Della Manning, when Lawson fouled out. KenNoegel and membership contestbetweeen one mile south of an
Starke; six sisters, Mrs. EdnaHart finished the game at center. two teams within the fighting in the bar. Medlin had Lawtey and running westerly 3.I. In discussing general farm conditions I- |objective viewpoint in the matter. "We live in small town," he

and Edith Christiansen both club. The losing team will arrange been jailed following the fight, 1-2 miles: to Heilbronn Springs. County Agent G. T. Hug- The Council failed to follow the continued, "and one of the advantages

of Starke; Mrs. Dora Beasley, ( a party for members, their but he and Davis had engaged in District 2-A road beginning at gins says that the warm weather suggestion of ousting the old board(; of life in a small townis

Gainesville; Mrs. Maude Strick wives, and guests on Feb. 24. The a fight in the jail cell and :Medlin Union Primitive Baptist Church I [following the December cold has and decided to reappoint the mem I its peace and quiet We have

land, Wildwood; Mrs. Pearl Colson, Parking Meters losers will pr.vide the serving] was unable to appear at court t [and running southerly and easterly been the salvation of pastures of bers with the addition of four new plenty of room for everything that

Ocala; and Mrs. Ella Moody, Jack decorations, and entertainment. Monday. to U. S. 301, a distance of 4 1-2 oats, lupine, and clover. But late will be needed here in our lifetime
sonville. Collect $5,000PUT The contest will award each Medlin was reportedly in bed miles. cold might cause more serious Birthday Ball without having to encroach on institutions

Funeral services were held Tuesday member points for attendance,) with a fractured jaw and head District 3-A road beginning at: damage, he said. It has been necessary I that represent every

morning at 10:30 in the reinstating old members, and following his fracas with Davis. la point just south of the Thomas'. for stock owners to use. Set For Feb. 5 good interest of the town." H(
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter bringing new members. Davis was said to have Injured!Truck Stop and running south more supplemental feed, such as: declared that funerals, weddings,

Day Saints In Jacksonville, of The Lions International will also Medlin by hitting his head againsta easterly through Lincoln City a cottonseed meal, this winter thanat meetings, and homelife would be

which he was a member. BishopG. make special awards for new, concrete* step leading to the jail distance of about 1 1-4 miles. A any time in recent years. The March of Dimes Birthday; disturbed by the "clamor of com
members shower. Medlin's case was held :road at Ball has been changed from Saturday me.rce" if a
L Williams officiated and all t and reinstated members beginning home of Ernest "But our farmers haven't supermarket were
members of the Jacksonville Police 'gained during January. over until he could appear. Allen and running !by Bethel Bap the fight by any means," givenup Hug- Jan. 29, to Saturday, Feb. I 5, erected in the suggested location.

Department and the Duval County 1 I Louis Juister is serving as one tist Church north to road 230, a gins said. "There is increased interest Benedict Finzer announced this Mrs. E. K. Perryman served as

Road Patrol served as an honorary ,team captain, and Billy Jackson 'Jaycees Week Finds distance of 3-4 miles. and increased operations in week. The Birthday Ball is held spokesman for a delegation from
guard. j is captain of the other. District 4-A road leading from annually in memory of FranklinD. the Woman's Club and she informed

Interment was In Riverside f .4 I [,I Members on Juister's team are: Local Club Busy [Graham to Sampson City, and a Pastures.increase in There the will spring also be an of Roosevelt, and all proceeds from the council of the 35-10, vote by

Memorial Park Cemetery.L. ,Gay A. Rimert, A. H. Harley, Pat. road leading from old road 13 just crop the dance go to the March of I.which that organization went on
pigs, and
[ they will be of
better
'A. Miller, David Montgomery Bill Members of the Bradford Coun north of Hampton along grade a Dimes. I record last week as being opposedto
Studstill S. R. Marco Louis ty Junior Chamber of Commerce known as "Carl Johns Grade" grade. More folks are going in for the N. Walnut
L. Simpson i; Hillen- to extra selection Finzer said the cost of the dance street location
4 dahl, David Mullis. Dick Lovorn, celebrated "Jaycee Week last road 100, a distance of about 4 there is and feeding and would be $2 per couple, and the' !of the supermarket. She told of
definite
night (Thursday) with In a trend toward]
Died Last FridayLeander and Maxie Carter Sr. an 1-2 miles. dance will last from 9 until the Woman's Club plans and hopes
I Members of Jackson's team are: formal party at the home of president L. Distict 5-The Dedan Church]i batter livestock in the county," 12 p.m. p.m. II for building a library in that area

Lamar Simpson aged Hugh Ingram. Bob Firth John A' Tom Casey. Road leading west from road 18 Huggins said. .at some future date.

71, Starke merchant, died suddenlyat Torode, J. R. Wainwright, Merrill Earlier in the week, Rev. J. E. west of Graham and returning to The County Agent declared thatit Finzer said the Junior Chamberof "The peace of mind of the -

his residence last Friday evening ,McMillan, Maxie Carter Jr., Joe Sherwood and several other Jaycee road 18 east of Brooker, about 4 is time now to start preparingland Commerce has distributed coin] should count a great deal with people

from a heart attack. Andrews III, Eston Jordan] members distributed "March 1-2 miles. for spring plantings, but that collectors throughout the county the Council," Mrs. Ferryman said
Mr. born in .. c ifI of Dimes" coin collectors in various this week, and he said they would ,
Simpson was $ (Charles A. Darby, and Charles S. many growers are puzzled over the "since you are our representatives.
UhrichsvUle, Ohio, on Oct. 10, 1833, r I Partin Jr.Rotarians. vantage points throughout the outlook.: lIe predicted a slight d e- Legin their drive for donations ." -

to the late James B. and Lillie ... county. The Jaycees also agreedto Methodist Young crease in sweet corn acreage planted from the merchants this weekend. Late in the
meeting
Geatchel Simpson. Following services j -S. Told help the "March of Dimes" by Adults Plan Supper by "old growers," but said that Uev. J. E. Sherwood is heading the president of the Chamber Jerry of Commerce Gay-,

in Starke his body was sent contacting merchants for dons plantings by new growers might Jaycee drive. rose to

to UhrichsvUle for interment in & ; To Take Up Hobbies tions. I The Young Adult Sunday School bring the total up. There are indications Finzer said that cards had been [of a recent "merchant's present the poll"results
con-
the family plot at Union Cemetery. : I Casey became president at last Class of the Methodist Church I[Shaving that pepper and cucumber distributed to students in the public : I ducted on Call St.

Surviving are his wife Mrs. _, Fred Sacher, secretary of the week's meeting upon the resignation a covered dish supper tonight acreage might be increased this schools this week. He said "I'm the unlucky

Laura Turner Simpson. Starke; (local Gideons organization, spokeat of former President Jack De- (Friday) at 7 o'clock in the season, Huggins said. that cards for donations would alSo I I[in the position of person caught
one daughter, Mrs. Esther Hopperof the tweiler. Joe Gray succeeded be mailed to city residents !I I! coming down
SOMETIIIXG LV TIlE Rotary Club Wednesday on recreation hall. Due to the prolonged drought In here tonight," he said
apologetically.
Livonia, Mich.; one son. George POT, BOYS Policemen Riley'the subject of hobbies. He declared Casey as first vice-president, and 1954, fanners in this area are shortly. I II "The Merchant's
B. Starke two brothers.Ed Vernon Sapp was elected second Finzer reminded Bradford County Division not
Simpson. -
: that
sweat and Bill Lalne are been[ every man should become becoming more "irrigation mind |I the Chamber of Commerce
Simpson, Starke and WilliamH. meters interested in some worthwhile vice-president. PTA Board Meets residents that the county now took
emptying on Call St. ed. Not many of them have actually I|ia poll of the merchants

on Call St.
Simpson, Uhrichsville Ohio Und I The Jaycees agreed to change owes to the National Foundation
; week. The parker's pennies hobby so that he can occupy installed money -j I1 have
systems yet, but no personal
feelings in
and one sister Mrs. Bertha M. nickels added up to over $:),000 his mind and energies after I his I their meetings from weekly I to I An Executive Board meeting of1 I II lots of them are "talking irrigation of Infantile Paralysis even i matter, and I was merely asked this to
Spence of Columbus, Ohio. this J't'ar.Shackled. retirement from active business ,semi-monthly. Future meetings the Elementary School PTA will ," though the polio cases here have present their
Funeral services were held In will be held on the first and third I be held in the health center build- Huggins said. I been light. The county had three chant's vote since the Mer
Division
the First Christian Church in life.Mr.. Sacher, a former wardenat Thursdays in the Starke Armoryat I ling on Church St., Friday, Jan. 21, The County Agent told the experience polio cases last year. not be here. Chairman could
Starke Sunday with the Rev. J. E. I Prisoner a New York reformatory, said 7:30 p.m. 7:30p. m. of one Alachua County with I had nothing to do
(lat the
tobacco poU, and I
to illustrate am here
Sherwood grower the just
officiating. The body Makes Bold EscapeSenior that his hobby is.the distribution Funeral to
Today present the "
value. of results. He
was then sent to Dennison. Ohio, of Bibles through the Gideons, irrigation of certain crops.. then

where services were held Wednes- Davis, who was serving I organization. He described the Old Gives Way To New This grower installed a $7,500 irrigation !-'.For Eldridge Smith sat Commented down.
day in the Lindsey Funeral Home system and the extra tobacco Knight: "It is remarkable
20 days in City Jail on the charge i goal of the Gideons to place Biblesin
ChapeL of fighting, escaped this week bY\\,: all hotels, motels, schools prisons 7': .. .5'. produced on 10 acres in the At Jones Chapel act like how much Mr. Gay can
1951 a City "
Active pallbearers at Starke his : hospitals and other :'. \ttZ 1) season paid for the entire Councilman.
sawing apart shackles while j[ ';, -' John Eldridge Smith, 48, died in The audience
!< then
were: M. W. Cressler E. A. : system in one year, Huggins said. asked Gay
tions. .
with the
working street
city crew, .
? for
1 \ This grower averaged 2,600 a local hospital Wednesday night the results of the poll which
Winkler, C. W. Colson. Ed. Pre- according to Police Chief W. E. institu-\ pounds
\ illness of several he had
vatt. Dugger Jones, and Albert Thornton. : of leaf per acre and commanded following an neglected to mention. He
Record Bootleg said
the
Williams. Davis shackled a top average price of 62 cents .months. merchants polled voted
the
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homeof advice of was Mayor J. R. Wainwright upon Haul Captured Here : per pound. "His irrigation system Funeral services will be held in 36-10 in favor of letting the supermarket -

Starke was in charge. of local who was to question Davis next I 1 really paid off," the agent said. the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Friday I have the proposed site.
3:30 o'clock with Rev. In letter
afternoon at a to the
arrangements. week in A record haul of bootleg freshwater Council, A. J.
connection with a fight in i
Robert D. Sommer, pastor of the Thomas Sr.,
chairman
fish was in Bradford of the
captured Trail
the City Jail Sunday. Davis seriously Ridge Credit zonIng
County early this week by First Methodist Church officiating. board, explained the procedure
Deadline Nears the injured another prisoner in|'I officers of the Game and Fresh Union Meets TonightA I Burial will be in the family used by the present committee.

For Brooker Election jail row. Water Fish Commission. W. A. I,plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery.at He said the board was receiving
Davis used a hack saw from a 'Roberts of Orlando was arrested meeting of the Trail Ridge Mr. Smith was [free advise from University students -

Saturday, Jan. 29, is the dead- city truck to cut through his with 1.500 pounds of Illegal bream r Credit Union will be held tonight thews, S. C. on March 22, 1906, and it was awaiting the com

line for candidates to qualify for shackles. The city employees senta and speckled perch in his posses- (Friday) at 7:30 o'clock in the the son of the late W. P. SmithSr. pleted study. .

offices in the forthcoming Brooker messenger for the police when American Legion halL This is the and Emma Wolfe Smith. Until "This perhaps seems to be a long

election to be held on Feb. 8. he began cutting on the shackles, sion.Area Supervisor Craig L. Glis-, annual meeting at which new officers ill health forced his retirement; he drawn out operation, and so it is,"

Officers to be elected at this time but the policeman could not reach son and Wildlife Officer A. W.,. ;. will be elected and a vote was a district supervisor with the the letter concluded. "But your .

are: Mayor: one year term; Town the scene in time to stop him. (Whitehead arrested Roberts as he -. taken on the annual dividend for State Motor Vehicle Commission.He committee knows of no other way

Clerk one year tenn; Town Mar- Thornton said another prisoner, (was driving his truckload of fish 1954 The Board of Directorswill was a member of the First to do the job and do it as'it should (

shall, one year term: three Coun- James B. Adderson, escaped with north towards Starke at 5 a.m. recommend a dividend of 4 1-2 Methodist Church and had beena be done without employng a pro.

cilmen. two year terms: two Davis. Monday morning. per cent The 1953 dividend was resident of Starke for 23 years. fessional! zoning specialist at considerable

Councilmen, one year terms. Davis had a deep cut on his Roberts .was fined $300 by County four per cent. Surviving are a daughter, Diana expense to the City."
I A bulldozer dears remains of the old Pure Oil Station at
Election Inspectors will be Sam hand from the jail fracas, and Judge Theron A. Yawn. The | away the Trail Ridge Credit Union has a Poston Smith of Winter Garden; Council Chairman James A.

Mott, E. T. Stewart, and Coy ri d., Chief Thornton said that he would i fish were confiscated and presented Walnut and Madison as the new station appears in the background I membershp: of 150. Tom Carey is I a sister, Mrs. Felton W. Varne. foe,I j Lewis urged all who could do so to

wards. be recaptured as roon as his hand: I i!to the Florida Farm Colony at. The area occupied by the old station 'will be devoted to more parkIng \incumbent president;: and JC.. \Palatka; and a brother, \\'. P. I attend the meeting at the Uniiversity -

had had time to heal. 'Gainesville. : space. ]I Fogg treasurer. Smith Jr. of Starke. next week.





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: editorial : Farmer's DiaryBy I I ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing

IOIf $$58,000lti Established 1894 [ I t
Sam McGarvey I i iI
GRADE ?;.OOO
City Owes Property Owners t

'5 C tics $$135.000Ss.ooo

The Protection of ZoningThis A n c$ SCHoOI CRAG ( 4-acre field done.. MOVING t

cZ One thing we have learned is
editorial is being written before the t 19000;
that it is a light job to move the ,
Council meeting Tuesday night. We have O lfOEtllAp -- .
no t 20 foot sections of aluminum pipe.
knowledge as to what course of action the Council \ 1L I $?68,000r Cecil Crawford told us that he can LOCAL Safe PHONE :

might take in the matter of commercializingan move his system in about 15 min- OR o Dependable
'
area heretofore used for residential and institutional r utes, and that is not too much ofa 0 Economical 311
job to get water on land. DISTANCELONG ,
purposes. But win lose or draw dry
: After quite a battle we finally .4. R. B. Alvarez OR
the current controversy has served one worth- k ; !
got Daisy back on her feet again, Have not able
yet be.en to the
get Agents For
that is dramatize and TRANSFER AND
and to
while to I
purpose
}
x :? and the trouble seemed to be that facts on the acid-treatment of 250-J
home to citizen the im- Dtlcher Bros. STORAGE CO.
bring virtually
,
every i you simply can't make a range cow wells, which is supposed to increase .
ir.etiiate and continuing need for adoption of a out of a airy cow used to high- the availability of water. .

planning! and zoning ordinance fur the City of protein feed. We tried: it, and did Hope to get that this week, andif

St. arkp at the earliest possible moment. supplement her grazing with cottonseed it is not too involved or riskyto STORAGE I

If Starke had had the zoning ordinance in I meal and salt, but it was ( the old casing, which has beenin I

effect that should have been adopted years ago not enough and she finally got the ground about 24 years) well ferryman> Bldg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida !
the unpleasant situation might never have arisen. "down. Alice got so that she go ahead with it. I

And if it had then at least the parties on both could get Daisy up by lifting her .4.R'e've ,

sides would have had firm ground on which to by the tail, and apparently Daisy been using our tractor, t
got tired of it, or her tail gave Katnnka, for pump power and just :
Withoutan
base their claims and counter-claims. DRAPES
cut, for she
now seems to be all when
we to
were ready look for
ordinance to "go on," neither side has been right again.
another way: Sam's sister Claragave t
and the entire matter has been
its
sure of ground
us a 6-hp gasoline engine that SLIP COVERSREUPHOLSTERING
conducted in an atmosphere of doubt and un- should do the job, and do it cheaper. t

certainty.The Ed fixed up a cold frame withan .
machinery for zoning is amply providedfor electric heating cable, so that S

in the City Charter which states: we can get constantly warm tem- The engine has a 110-Volt, d. c., I

"For the purpose of promoting health, safety peratures, and we think it will generator attached to it, so we'll S BEAUTIFUL FABRICS

and morals, or the general welfare of the com- !. prove very helpful in the case of be able to use It for standby power ELEGANT STYLING I

munity, the City Council of the City of Starke pepper which needs some extra for emergency lighting. However, PERFECT TAILORING .
heat Alice planted some tomatoes in the six :years we've been here,
- is hereby empowered to regulate and restrictthe i

height, number of stories, size of buildingsand 8th Grade Educational LevelIs flower, and and we'll eggplant plant pepper soon. cauli- and there those have have been few been "outages"repaired, Call Peg at 239 for Advice and t

other structures, the percentage of lot that :
promptly. A Free Estimate
may be occupied, the size of yards, courts and Costly To Bradford County .

other open spaces, the density of population and Using a tandem disc loaned us Our berries are responding very

the location and use of buildings, structures and How's that, Johnny? more than twice as much as the by Lynn Hamilton, we really cut well to the watering we've been CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV I

land for trade, industry, residence or other pur- You're planning to quit school man who went only through the up land on our place this week. giving them, and as the fertilizeris
Ed worked: the land in left field,
- and get a job, you say eighth grade. to available, they are growingfast. Radio Seat Covers Upholsierin l
where we plan put our spring
pose."For Well, take look at the There are exceptions, of course. But we really started out
any and all said purposes, The CityCouncil a quick
For instance crops, and Sam cut up the sedge- Starke Fla.
may divide the City into districts and of such little chart accompanying this ar- a man named grass field and right field, and with a sorry planting, so we're
Abraham Lincoln
remember? I
number and be deemed best ticle. Better than any argument, not expecting too much.
shape area as may Some unschooled men manage to that a disc does a fine job. Bush- st.wT ,
suited to carry out the purpose of this Act; and it tells just how important an education overcome the odds and-bog harrow we have does well 1
against them, During the freeze
is in terms of lifetime In- this week,
within such districts it regulate and restrict on cutting rough land, but it is
may come. If you have no schooling at while some college graduates when it got down to 24 degrees, we 1 From where I sit.Jy Joe MarshA
the erection, construction, reconstruction, altera- all, chances are you'll earn around flounder and end up at the bottomof no good for finished job. Incident- tried to water our berries, to

tion, repair or use of buildings, structures or $58,000 in your lifetime. If you the heap. ally, we cut under hairy indigo minimize the. damage, but at 4 T

plants. All such regulations shall be uniformfor have a college degree or better, And there are other factors in Feed in right field, and expect we'llhave o'clock in the morning, when we

each place or kind of building through each you may add another $200,000 to volved. Dr. Glick points out that .a stand of. .it*.again. tried to start up the irrigation L Pretty"Snappy"

district but the regulations in one district may this figure.A "the greater financial success of system we found it frozen, witha
Well, we made it rain .
differ from those in other districts. study based those with more education may be finally.We busted valve. Result Sam and MenuCuff
on
figures knew that
sup- due less to if we kept at this
"The regulations shall be made in accordance plied by the U. S. Census Bureau attainment than superior to educational irrigation problem that it would. Ed got frozen along with our few

with a comprehensive plan and designed to lessen shows that men living and workingin financial assistance more from generous We're pleased to get theextra berries. S Taylor had a near riot in would get back to business and

congestion in the streets; to secure safety from and around Bradford County other relatives." But parentsor on the rain, however, for we need it allover We won't be at all his hen yard last week. Seems start laying eggs again." )
surprized ,
fire panic and other dangers to health have prospects for lifetime earn- our farm and the berries the hens around
; promote whole, he concludes, education can if when we get our irrigation system were scratching From where I sit, some ftoflt
and the general welfare: to provide adequate ings, under present economic con- usually pays off greatly in the end. take a lot more without our worry- working fine, we get a seriesof the cold ground hen they found raise pretty big fuss over DOth.a .
ditions
light and air; to prevent the overcrowding of This would, of $72,000 on the average. And the. pay-off comes in dollarsas ing. "toad stringing"' rains. Then, piece of rubber band frozen in lag, too. Take the fellow who

land; to avoid undue concentration of population; Indicate, according to well as wider horizons. we'll have to anchor our pipe to the ice. would deny me a temperate glass

to facilitate the adequate protection of transpor- the this table, that the educational levelin The Census Bureau figures indi- Our big question now, in regardto keep it from floating away. "One hen pecked at it," says of beer with my game of check (
county, at lecst In terms of is
irrigation how
tation of water, sewage, schools, parks and other lifetime is cate that, even taking into con- much waterwe Cuff, "and it snapped right back. era. Maybe he'd rather hare cof-
earnings, below the 8th can from 2-inch
public requirements. Such regulations shall be grade level. sideration the effects of inflation well. So far pump we have our to She backed off clucking while anfee! Well,that'a all right.He has

made with reasonable consideration, among other the economic stature of the aver- managed other hen tried it, and another. a right to his own preference.
There is
a difference of get a measured flow of 40 gal-
things, to the character of the district and its between the current prospective$196,000 income age wage earner is more than lons a minute, and plan to use And the 'worm' kept right on But so do L And there's no point
double what it was 15 years ago. l1.OS snapping back.They all got their in his "snapping" at me jut be
for and witha
peculiar suitability particular uses, of thf average Bradford The that to run a total of 13 sprinklers,
spectacular
improvement in
view to value of and which feathers ruffled.You never heard cause his choice Isn't the same
conserving buildings en- Countian, and what he might be the lot of man in this country put out about 3 gallons a
couraging the most appropriate use of the lands expected to earn with a collegeor since the; last World War is attributed minute. This set-up will water a such a ruckus!I" as mine.Copyright .

throughout the City. ( better) education. Multiplying to several factors. Among strip 520 feet long by about 60 c11 tL666UQYID "I finally had to break up the a., l1y.I

"The City Council shall provide for the man- this by some 2 000 breadwinners in them are the rising educational feet wide; we plan to water one ice with an ax before those hens

the county, we come with strip, move the pipe over and do .
ner in which such regulations and restrictionsand up an level and skill of the working pop- ell TAILIRI IAMI PAST annr
the boundaries of such districts shall be determined astronomical figure of $392,000,000 ulation, the marked increase in thjtnext. strip?until we get the 1955, United States Brewers Foundation

established and enforced and from the amount that Bradford Coun- national productivity, better health, -
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ty might be. said to be losing in a and the longer of life.
time to time amended, supplemented or changed. span b
generation because of the low The value of education in terms .L >r
However such restrictions
regulations
no or
educational
average level in the
dollars
of and
cents is brought
shall become effective until after
boundary a
county. Of course, such
"figuring"is home forcefully in the Census ..
hearing in relation thereto, at which partiesin
public purely hypothetical, but it can Bureau report, as well as by Dr.
interest and citizens shall have an opportunityto be said, without fear of contradiction Click's chart. The Census Bureau

be heard. At least 10 days notice of the time that raising the educationallevel figures indicate that college grad-

and place of such hearing shall be published in in the county would raise uates earn two-thirds more than

a paper of general circulation in said City. total earnings also. high school graduates who in

"Such regulations, restrictions and boundariesmay The chart accompanying this turn, earn one-third more than

from time to time be amended, supplemented, article was worked out by Dr. elementary school graduates. The

changed, modified or repealed. In case, however, Paul c. Click of the U. S. Census latter are two-thirds better off 1 q

of a protest against such change signed by the Bureau, based on factual reportsin than those with only five years of .< _,
the
1950 ..
census. The figures .
schooling.Since 1
of 20 cent either of the area
owners per or more reflect conditions in 1949
but the the 1940's there has been
of the lots included in such proposed change or
relationships involved
are not much an uptrend, with many young men,
of those immediately adjacent in rear thereof extending changed today.
chiefly war veterans, going back
150 feet therefrom, or those directly opposite The important thing Is the obvious for additional schooling.If 5 I

thereto extending 151 feet from the street fact that the average man's the trend continues, Bradford ) : _.. .

frontage of such opposite lots, such amendmentshall income steadily increases and by County may some day push its I 1 .
not become effective except by a favorablevote large amounts with each jumpup educational average well above the _

of four-fifths of all the members of the the educational scale. eighth grade level. When that time

City Council." The average college graduatecan comes, we may also look forwardto

+ expect to collect more than stepping up into a higher income v CcI $ 4 p'? N OF t N '
four times as much during his bracket f*\" the male ?
average
It was welcome news to learn this week that
lifetime
as a man with no formal and female in ;
wage earner Brad- r"' Ice
I Iu ,
the students and instructors at the Universityof #
education. He can expect to collect ford County. 1 4
Florida who have been working with the Cityof ,,

Starke and the Zoning Commission in the shellers
who
initial studies leading up to the adoption of a zon- nuts months ago.brought The attitude their pea-of ,. waT t"7 a All PacerA.eid*
ordinance almost ready to make their first GVftilfiklf fit tvtrci corf
ing are Reportfrom the shellers next year would be ,
report and will soon call a hearing to present "we'll let the farmers turn over

their findings. This is the first step in a long their peanuts to the Commodity

series that must be taken before a comprehensive Credit Corporation, and then we'll When the last time
was
zoning ordinance becomes a reality in Starke. buy our peanuts from the Govern-

Particular stress, we think, should be laid on ment." I appeared with many other

that section of the City Charter recommendingthat Congressmen from the peanut producing

"Such (zoning) regulations shall be made CongressThis questing areas of the country, re- drove Ford ? .
the
Tariff Commission a
with reasonable consideration, among other refuse to permit you
things, to the character of the district and its BILLY MATTHEWS be imported. any peanuts to

peculiar suitability for particular uses, and witha
view to conserving value of buildings and encouraging This is Congressman Billy all I have just introduced three bills If you haven't driven a Ford lately, you're fabrics totally new door paneling .

the most appropriate use of the lands your concerning our veterans with 'otfizaven't in for a thrilling experience and a sweeping new control panel.
Matthews from the 8th District of whose problems I am familiar If) stepped inside
"
throughout the City. Florida bringing you the first of since I have served during the For, this Ford is totally unlike any car And the way this '55 Ford behaves la

Such consideration, of course is the essenceof his weekly newsletters for the 83rd Congress on the Committeeon a 1955 Ford and tried new you've ever taken for a spin unless you've something which only a Test Drive can

zoning, without which any such regulations 84th Congress. I want, first of all, Veterans Affair's. One bill Trid er-Tornue put a Ford Thunderbird through its paces. describe. But hens a hint: Ford's new
useless and. in effect would defeat their to thank this fine newspaper for would be to I power
would be permit a check ad The Thunderbird inspired the styling in all Trigger-Torque power responds to your
own purpose. printing this report to the subscribers dressed to a veteran to be forwarded you don't know how much 16 of Ford's new models this year. wishes in as little as 7/100 of a second. .'

It came as somewhat of a shock at a recent of their area, and I surely if he left with the Post and this power is yours In Ford's new 162-
Council meeting to learn that the few zoning hope you will be watching for this Office the correct forwarding ad fun driving can be Inside Ford's Luxury Lounge interior you'llfind Lp. block Special
report week long the dress. fresh new two-tone colors. rich new
every as as Another bill would 12o.h.p.lbIocJc
regulations now on the City books are "not worth grant a V--8 or a new Sf%.
84th is in session.
Congress percentage
disability on the same
the written When a man
paper they're on. Even before Congress opened proportionate basis ,, '"" .". There
as a full dis are many, many more surprises fa
his futureto
-
his life 'savings mortgages
spends or last week, I was called upon by ability, and the third bill would ; r ..Ai this completely new Ford. To get the fittest
build a ten or fifteen thousand dollar homeIn the peanut growers of our 8th Dis- established a 1000'bed neuropsy- story, take a Drivel
what is believed to be a residential area, he trict to help them with a problemthat chiatric VA hospital in Gainesville. s

deserves some protection of his investment and emphasizes the difficulty ol

we think that the City has at least an implied the farmer. This past year becauseof '- .... .
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the
that to '
responsibility to give him protection the. severe drought throughoutthe

best of its ability. nation, the peanut shellers who Wash Your Clothes
Without proper zoning regulations to back it buy peanuts from the farmers
weakened in its bought their peanuts at a fair
up, the City's case is affording 9 Pounds
price to the farmer, and stored
.
citizens the protection they deserve. Every effort -
them for later sale to what
we
made to speed the zoning procedures For 40c!
be
should up call the "end users". There will be .
before further controversial issues, suchas
no carryover of domestic peanutsto .
FREE Bleach If Desired! :
the present one, arise. any great extent this year be- .

&.J L. ..u!;;-Ht"l'tifltfoWffU'B ipp>* itnl'at'MH'ti** "" -.t'"i'"I. '''''' cause of the cooperation of our eWe

.THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH peanut producers and shelters. Come In for a Test Drive
They are trying to solve their problems -
EST. 1879 Will
MATTHEWS OWNER AND EDITORFLORIDA'S according to the best traditions F'OJDCo0
E L. of free American enterpriseand Dry Your Clothe and you'll want to drive it home

cooperation. Now, however, the For 20c
OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS
end users, and especially the man-
@ PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY ufacturers of candy, desiring cheap In New Automatic Driers

UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. peanuts, have tried to get the
Tariff Commission to permit the

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Importing of some 200,000 tons of
The \Wash
ONE YEAR 3.00 SIX MONTHS 1.75 peanuts. Clearly the result of this eteria

PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS action would be to demoralize the
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER market for peanuts and would Temple Ave. liar tee I MADISON & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLA.IF .
THE ACT OF MARCH ,3. 1879. ..., .
err: *.:.. ,-,' -j _..- ':.<-_-A j. -.."-. -." :... ,__ r-a cause great financial loss to the -- ,,,;}y'T;'_,-q''v.: _._ .. J,p YOU ARE INTERESTED IX AXl USED CAli BE SURE TO SEE YOUR FORD DEALERI.l {
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LONG BRANCH HIGHLAND j I II!!m

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by Sirs. J. L. Stricklandand By Mrs. Lacy Norman

Jimmy LangAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A................&.....&

Sunday School 9:45 a. m. each I A Bigger Job Now a Iii'I :

We were sorry to learn that Sunday. Worship services at 11 a.

the Dennis family in Maxville. lost in. and 7 p. m. each Sunday. Prayer -
service each Wednesday at 7
their and all by
house possessions
p. m. E. C. Harvey, pastor, andJ. Iii''
fire last Thursday. They saved A. Eunice. Sunday School super-
:
nothing except the clothes they intendent. Your Help Is Needed More Than Ever :

had on, and they were work clothes. Visitors attending church serv- it'
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis were both ices here Sunday were Wilbur \ [
away from home; he was at work, Wilkinson and little son of Max : 'I
and she had gone to get milk and ville, Wilfred Wilkinson of Jack- On Jan. 3, the annual March of Dimes started its r 1 I""II
other provisions for Dennis' father sonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Maines i
drive for polio-fighting funds. While the year just -: Ii!
who lives with them.
Griffis of Starke, ending has witnessed strides '
giant against this crippling / '
No one seems to know how the Evelyn Norman of Jacksonville !i',
disease, victory is not yet won. t
fire got started. The neighbors spent the weekend here. :'
rushed to try to save some of the Edwin Griffis of Ft., Bragg, N
:
furniture;'but the house burned so C., spent',the weekend home with The trial vaccine,developed by Dr. Jonas E. Salk was !
fast they could do nothing.. This friends and relatives. : given last spring to 440,000 children. Now an evaluation i :;i'';i

house was known as the"Old Dora Jeanette Griffis of Jacksonville of its effectiveness in preventing polio paralysis is being .-,.. : I !
Byrd Place. spent the weekend home with made at the University of Michigan. Health records of !'I
At present the unfortunate fami- friends and relatives. : 1,830,000 children in the first three grades of 14,000 '

ly is staying at Gladys McClung's }[r. and Mrs. Dick Starling and< schools in the 217 trial areas are being studied. / I II
house We understand they did not children of Heilbronn and Mr. and .
have any money with them, so they Mrs. Bill Pendarvis and children of 1\\
But up to now we cannot know whether the vaccine -
need help now if anyone ever needed I Lawtey were dinner guests of the
it. Leonard Normans Sunday. protected against paralytic polio, and we will ,,, I I;i
not know until spring. Meanwhile, the fight must :
Charles Whitaker called on the Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hardee and<
Stricklands last week to take Mr. children and Maggie Crews spent go steadily on. ;: :
Strickland to John Taylor's funeral the weekend in Tampa with Mr. 3

but Mr. Strickland was unable to Hardee's mother, :Mrs. Avia Ste Even if the vaccine is effective, polio, still will strike I, ,
attend as he was sick with the vens.Mr. in the years just ahead. It takes time for a preventive ,',;
remains of his flu. Looks like we and Mrs. M. L. Thompson to become widely] used. We must expect tens of thou- Iii' j. '% Si ill;
will not shake the "bug" until of Jacksonville visited the Lacy sands of men, women and children to be stricken and.". II;
warm weather, if we do then! Normans Sunday. '1 Dimes aid. "
to need March of That help must be available T' ;
and i
Mr.: and Mrs. Lacey Norman
His flu had improved some, but to them. I ;
son, Larry, attended the. birthday
we ran out of wood so he went to '
dinner near Lawtey of Mrs. Nor I'
Highland to Richard Mosley's saw man's brother, Roy Griffis. The fight against polio is being carried out on :
mill to wood and have it hauled
I here.split This helped him cough. Happy birthday to Maebelle Nor- four fronts polio prevention, patient aid, selen'I'! 'I''
Then Saturday a fire got out at man, June Wilkinson, and Sharon tific research and professional education.
Fay's house and he went to help Mosley.A makes it a much bigger job now. Great advances
fight it. This helped his flu again, thought for the week: "For have been made in the past few years but the four-
and he couldn't attend church Sun- all have sinned and" come short of front attack must continue till final victory.
,
the Glory of God. Romans 3:23.LAWTEY :
day morning. He went Sunday eve-

ning. vvvvvvnvvmnvvvvvvvvv The March of Dimes needs our whole-hearted support
L. E, Sullivan and Rev. Higdon right now to do a bigger job for all of us. Dig deep
called on the Stricklands Sunday % during this January drive. It's YOUR fight. .
I afternoon. Rev. Higdon says he has I
to come every once in a while to
fit by our fire he dearly lovesan by L. II. FutcfelAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

open fireplace. Well, so do we, .
but some times they are hard to
warm by especially if the houseis Mr. and Mrs: Kennedy and Miss You Con Contribute Through
Kennedy of New York attended
not'very tightly sealed!
services at the Methodist Church
Wtwere sorry to learn Sunday

list that too Sidney, and Higdon he was! is unable on the to sick at- Sunday. and morning.Mr. Mrs..Joe Shuford and SPECIAL GIFTS COIN BOXES MOTHERS MARCH ON POLIO

tend Sunday school and church.He son, Kenneth, of St. Augustine
the weekend with Mr. Shu-
spent .
is the youngest son ofour, pas- .
ford's mother, Mrs. J. S. Shuford
tor and really enjoys attending
services. We wish all children and Sr.Bobby
Anderson of Jacksonville
folks would enter the Lord'shouse
young
spent the weekend with Dean Har- .
on Sunday. ,


here.wife short Our'We attended in son order cut:Charels part to the see of PTA the Fields pictures program meeting, and he;' ley.Mrs.C.Ola Sunday Phillips Mae. O.guests, J.and In Phillips of Waldo.son Mr., and Danny and daughter Mrs., were W., Attend the Annual B IRT I H D A Y BALL I


show us. He had
had promised to
Harold Pack of Tampa is spendIng -
in color of France,
had pictures some time here at the home of
Germany, Spain, and other places.He his sister, Mrs. Ervin Shaw, and
also had pictures of the Passion F 5th.-uso
family.
Building
Saturday
the citizens of e
one Play small as played village by in Germany.We and Mr.son and, Dan Mrs, were T. L.dinner Wainwright guestsof ruary

didn't know if he could get a Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burnsed In er
projector until Thursday or we Macclenny last Sunday. They also
would have advertised this feature. visited with other relatives there.
His projector has not arrived from Mr. and Mrs. Eustis Lee Kelly -
France, so he had to borrow one. and baby of Ft. Jackson S. C.
Here is another laugh for you. were visiting his uncle, H. C. Kel-
Dottle's (Charles Field's wife) ley, and family during the week- L-j S
I little nephew came with them from i S. J'
Green Cove Springs ,last Wednes- end.Airman Marvin Warren of Eglin .
day night and stayed here at Clay Air Base, and Mrs. Warren of Stu-- iTti'I'1' S r
Hill When we took the boy home art, spent the weekend with Mr I Denmark Furniture Co. .-:.. Gem Jewelry Ed Simpson=
Thursday; wanted to come back Warren's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
with "Grandma" se he could get J. E. Warren. "
warm. In his own house they have A. M. Blanchard returned homeon
I u Big Dad Manufacturing Co., Inc. Hart Furniture Co.
,
central heating, and it is much [ Monday after having spent several -
warmer than ours. But Clinton I days In St. Vincent's Hos-
said he could not get warm be- pital In Jacksonville where he
cause he could not see the fire. taken on Thursday of last week was :. Koch Drug Store Starke Hardware Co. :

Well, I got plenty warm in his for a period of observation and
house, so I believe he can too treatment.Mr.
if he would stay in one place long and Mrs. CUlt rthison of ''' Hardy Brothers Motor Co.
enough! Keystone and Freeman Register i; :t! } Charley E. Johns & Son Agency .

,
On our way home from Green Sr of Starke attended services at e'S
Cove Springs last Thursday we the Methodist Church last Sunday. s
saw a number of forest fires. Be- Register and Culberthison were ,- Brownlee & Chasteen John R. Torode Shell Dist.
tween roads 215 and 218 it looked representing the Gideon organization .
like almost a solid mass of fire. and Mr. Culberthison con-
We cannot understand why anyone ducted the 11 a. m. service. Gib Brown's Service Station
F \ New Method CleanersSimpsonUrquhart
would set a fire on such a windy The County Council of the Home ,
day. Young timber was burned and Demonstration Clubs will have a

killed, fences burned and damaged, spend-the-day meeting at the home 1Jt \ The Farmers Supply -
we just can't see anyone benefit. of Mrs. P. L. Dinkins on Tuesdayof -
ting by these fires. next week, with a covered dish 1 I \ Pontiac i _
We are thankful for the good luncheon at the noon hour. All I .
rain we had last night and this club members are asked to keep Farm, Home & Auto Supply
morning. It has settled the dustas this in mind and to make a special -
well as helped vegetation, and I effort to be present. Edward's Grocery & Market -
we hope it will raise the water in NO POLIO VACCINE CAN HOP Lawson's Market
our well as our water supply Is, CAlm OF THANKSWe
getting rather low again. wish to express to our THIS CHILD.While science works

Well, in spite of sickness, we had friends our deepest appreciationfor to protect healthy kids against i I Thomas Truck Terminal & Garage
Starke Builders Supply
all the nice things did I Ipolio
68 in Sunday school last Sunday you
those stricken \
Fifty-three had studied their lessons during our loved one's illness. To already an f ,t, i
50 had brought their Bibles, those who so freely gave blood fighting to live and play again. f .vr-
and 46 were 100 per cent members. that he might live a little longer, i Western Auto Associate Store Warren Construction Co. if. I
Since there are many on our for your earnest prayers In his be- they need expert treatment 1 .

rolls that have not attended Sun half and for the tribute paid In They need costly equipmentkonlun9srodcki9bedsbraces.- -
day School for more than a quarter lovely flowers, we will always re .
we are dropping all names off member. May God reward you and .
the roll when they miss Sunday keep you In our Prayers.Mrs.. They need YOUR financial sup .
Mattye C. Sargent Mr. and Mrs.
School for one month. If
they return -
they will be counted, of Key Miller Sargent, Capt. WayneB. port to meet the crushing cost of

course, but our general attendancehas Sargent Mrs. Richard Maxwell,, rehabilitation. Help them fight
been hurt because Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tyre, Mrs. ,
so many bock voluntarily I .
-jive
persons enrolled do not attend. Stella Stanley, Miss Beulah Sar- .

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FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S Bradford County GIVE i fE i\

People and Neighbors HkT I!

JUST ONE Eligible For Cash f ff f.
.; f
FRIGIDAIRE ,
Families who are short on Cashto 4 4i !
Made only by General pay those overdue bills and OF DIMES j
Motors Corp. All other those bills that! are a bit too
Electric Refrigerators are high can look to Marion Finance

made by other companiesand for aid Marion Finance in i i
cannot use the word Gainesville can either assist bya ,
Frlgidalre. PAYDAY LOAN for SO days ;
6r A monthly Budget Loan with
,'payments to fit the pocketbook.The ;
Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE Interest is small, for example ,,
$50.00: for 30 days is
? ? only $1.75. CONTACT MARION GENEROUSLY ,

THEN SEE FINANCE BY MAIL, BOX 446 E
or CALL COLLECT 5333 Gaines
ville then come in and pia the
:
E. H. SMITHTenth I
-
HONEY tip in one :ap REMEMBER -
ITS CONFIDENTIAL L !
and Temple Are AT MARION FINANCE AT

Starke, Ffcu. GAINESVILLE._.. for that $25.00 to ,
f 300.00.. i- I

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PAGE FOUR BBADFOED COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAEKE. FLORIDA .. .._. _
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'' .1 K y s'fi. i Garden Club Plans WMU Study CourseA

Talk On CamelliasDr.
Mission Study Course, "Un
/C I
'' ; r der the Northern "
Lights, will beheld
.
H. C. Hook of Melrose will
Tuesday, Jan. 25, at 1 o'clock
talk on The Culture of Camelliasand
L I at the First
Baptist Church. All
Azaleas at the
I:. January meeting -
circle members and
"
i Guess Fm in the dog-house for Hazelwood of the Starke Garden Club, leaders are
% was recently promotedto urged to attend. Mrs S. E.
Barbara. Sparks,
not putting in an appearance last head basketball Monday evening at 7:30: o'clock in
coach
at An- mission
study chairman
Gladys Mooty week but the> flu bug and I were dren Jackson in Jax Hear the Parish house on Church street. charge will be in

Phone 35 running a close race to see who that Buckshot and Jeanette Williams Hostesses for the evening will be -
ssrrnnr Annette would Mrs. I. E. Clark, Mrs. E. A. Hall,
-- - win. place or show along are purchasing the Will Wall
Sunday School Group Keystone Church about deadline and as he won Ididn't house on Cherry St. Mrs. Ira Wilson and Mrs. Kate -
much care if the paper got Hear that Leila I Sheppard.

Has Delightful Party Women Plan Tea out or not and all this wind, "fan letter" from a Mundy fellow in got Rey-a I Members will want to be on DA ILCTARKE

Cameron rain and storms this week hasn't noldsburg Ohio as a result of her hand to listen to this timely talk
Mrs. E. L. Matthews was hostessto A musical program featuringMrs. helped the situation any, but one appearance on the Tom Moore by Dr. Book, a noted authority on FL'\\

members of her 11-year-old F. Bryan Jennings, soprano consolation is that it's putting out show broadcast Christmas night i the subject.
soloist of Middleburg, with her accompanist s all these ruinous woods fires that Marian Howe
school of the Methodist she also
Sunday group Mrs. Rogers, and Mrs. have been the says Fri. Sat.-Jan. 21 22
,
Weds : t1 raging past few got a postcard from a fellow look-
Junior Dept. at a delightful Mr. and Mrs. Snow
Dewey Willis, pianist of Keystone weeks don't see how anything ing for a Job Hear that Lucian DOUBLE FEATURE
party Saturday evening from 7:30 Heights, has been planned for the 3. could still be burning after that Conner has Honored
accepted Sunday
to 9:30 In .the church recreation seated tea to be held at the Keystone storm Wednesday night that the State Farm and is a position already on at Bowery To BagdadWith

hall. Heights Woman's Club on 1S was really a humdinger! the job there James and June i Mr. and Mrs. Proctor Snow of Leo ,
Gorcey Hunts
Hall
The 15: present enjoyed games Thursday, Jan. 27, at 3 pjn. Joseph Friends will be interested to Groover report a wonderful timeon Dublin, Ga., house guests of Mr. and the Bowery

with Mary Agnes Matthews In Although the tea is under the a know that Leonard F. Smith, Jt their trip to Mexico City last and Mrs. L. D. Vicing, were guestsof -And- Boys

charge and a prize was awardedin auspices of the Community ChurchWomen f + has resigned from his position a. week, and say the weather there Is honor Sunday afternoon when
the charade contest. all women of the commu- ; almost as Mr. and Mrs. E. L Matthews South Pacific
4 4 Farm Forester with the Florida changeable as it is .in were TrailWith
Mrs. Matthews was assisted In nity are cordially Invited to at- Henry a'a Forest Service in G'ville. He has Florida at home to a few intimate friendsof
serving by the refreshment com- tend, and members of the Woman's the honorees Rex Allen
accepted a position as forest technician Guess that does it for this from fourthirtyuntil '
of Kauf- Society of Christian Service of the week Plus Serial "Batman" Chap. No. 14
mittee composed Karolyn for International Paper Co. See you in the next six o'clock.
Linda Cox and Ann Mat Melrose Methodist Church are 3 and Cartoon for Children
mann in Panama
t with headquarters City -Carolyn Narcissi and greenery were usedin
thews. Also assisting In serving special guests. assumed his duties this week decorating the lower floor of
Guests will be seated at tables Sun., Mon and Tues
and
were Mrs. George. Kaufmann Valinski ; ,
and his family will move to Pan- the Matthews home for this affair.
of four each with its own hostess, gp Jan. 23 24 25
Matthews. ,
Mary Agnes ama City about March 1. Beta Sigma Phi About fifteen guests called to
and will be served from a large DOUBLE FEATURE
Hear that Sylvia Alvarez is now visit with Mr. and,Mrs. Snow and
table arranged and beautifully Will Meet
attending Jones Business CollegeIn MondayThe their hosts.Farewell. El AlameinWith
decorated W. L.
by Mrs: Reynolds.Mrs. .
Jax see Martha Yancey issporlin'
Marian Prevatt at Phone 4130Is Gamma Theta Chapter of Scott Brady and Rita Moreno

: t : 1-1X41( in charge of reservations. -- its now a new:Martha's name for-her and store the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will have I I Party Held -And-

contest winner last week was Mrs.J its regular meeting Monday, Jan. For Intern TeacherMrs. SalomeIn
24, at 8 p. m., at the home
of Lu-
: C. Clark was sorry that
cille
a* : little 6-year-old: Dianne Thomas' Payne with Martha Yancey F. J. Pellum's third grade TechnicolorRita

B CY name was left out of the Witcher-. as cohostess. I I class entertained at a going-away Ilayworth, Stewart Granger
Thomas wedding write-up last I Mrs. Ann II. Franz, executive I party in their classroom last Fri Plus Color Cartoon for Children

week Dianne, who lives in director of the American Cancer II day afternoon the occasion being
Lawtey, was the flower girl and Society, will be the speaker at this the departure of their Intern, Mrs. Wed., Thur.-Jan. 26, 27

was very petite in her gown of meeting. ,Rose Marie Chapman, who has! From Here To EternityWith

t o t x. two shades of pink as she led been with the class all of the past

4'ArA the wedding procession she figuresshe semester. Mrs. Chapman is return- Burt Lancaster Montgomery
Father Harold F. Jordan, pastorof orchid, and tied with white satin was one of the most important Wesleyan Guild MetThe ing to the University of Florida. I Clift, Deborah Kerr, Frank
A III St. Edward's Catholic Church, ribbon and Tiet.,
members of the wedding party The youngsters presented Mrs. Sinatra and Donna Reed
ill tNr celebrated the Nuptial Mass ana Mrs. Tucker, mother of the and couldn't understand why her Wesleyan Service Guild will Chapman with appropriate gifts. Plus 2 Color Cartoons

pa'I performed the marriage ceremony bride, wore a floor length gownof name was inadvertently left out meet Tuesday, January 28th at The refreshments of cake and soft I For The ChildrenflFry

I i. Saturday, January 8, at high noon, turquoise velveteen, styled witha we'll speak to cousin Effie 7:30 p. m. in the Recreation Hall drinks were furnished by Mrs. Mil-

uniting Miss Barbara Annette low neck line and featuring a about that I of the Methodist Church. lard Judd and Ed Lawson. 1....
Cameron of Starke and Jackson- wide draped yoke in front. Her -
ville and Joseph Henry Valinskiof hat was of matching velvet, stud- See that Priest's are enlarging --.-,-, .._.,-_,.'-,,--,-,_..--0......-,,"'. '
f- Green Cove Springs.The ded with seed pearls and rhine- their dime store by knocking out c.

\ burglar hereIn CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON bride Is the daughter of Mr. stones. She wore a corsage of pink the back wall to the supply room 'IIIj
using an addition in the backof
In dead
of night sweetheart rosebuds.
and Mrs. Harry E. Tucker ot !
Poor plumbing IS about this questionWe Starkn.! The bridegroom Is the son I The mother of the groom chosean the store for their storeroom .

The cause of fri9ht. of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Valinski of aqua taffeta model with flared have you been by Herb Thomas'

Customers don't tell our plomb- have $15,000 in 'accountsreceivable' Worcester, Mass. skirt, and fitted bodice. The yoke Drive In to see the deer he has In ,

ers to use the back door. If. our account Magnolia leaves and other and short sleeves were studded a amused fenced in area therewas All Farmers and Their Families of Alachua
the
files destroyed fire greenery formed the backgroundfor with iridescent sequins and rhine- by kindergarten group
We're m well thought of In the were by ,
who went over to see the reindeer
wouldn't know who owedus the tall seven-branched can- stones. With this she wore a pink and Counties Are InvitedTo
community that nothing but we to hear them exclaim that Blitzen Surrounding
hat with gloves to match. Her cor-
delabra and the white flowers usedin
the front door Is good enough money, or how much, and decorating the church. The altar sage was of pink sweetheart rose- didn't even have a red nose ,
for our men. That's becausewe would certainly go bankrupt. Have spotted the beautiful
vases were filled with white cush buds.A you Attend A Free Fish Fry At
have a friend in every house- Can we get insurance on our diamond Helen Haines is flashing ,
ion mums and white snapdragonand wedding reception followed
hold. Of 'accounts receivable' to these days? a gift from Norman
course, when their pro gladioli. The family pews were the ceremony at the Woman's .
shoes are muddy, our men al- test us from such a loss? marked with white satin bows Club. Allen- the popular- meat department GAINESVILLE FARMERS
of Lovett's hear
manager -
ways use the back entrance. and traces of greenery.The Greeting guests at the door ot j
that wedding bells will be ringingon
bride, given in marriage by the lounge and presenting themto Easter Sunday see that PRODUCE MARKET
E. her father, had as her maid of the receiving line were Mrs. C. Maurice Edwards is now runninghis j
Charley Johns honor, :Miss Eleanor Valinskl of E. Johns and Mrs. George Roberts. El Rancho restaurant and

Worcester, sister of the bride- The receiving line was composed of again featuring their special BarB

groom. Bridesmaids were Miss the mothers of the couple, the .
Q's glad to hear that Carr
& Son Betty Geiger of Micanopy, Miss bride and groom and the bride's Colley was released from St. Vin Sat. Jan. 29 --- Serving Starts 4 P.M.
Agency ,
Susie Williams of Jacksonville and attendants. Forming the back- cent's hospital on Tuesday, whereM
Miss Nina Bishop of Starke. All ground for the receiving line was
underwent throat
a operation
of the bridal attendants wore iden- the beautifully decorated mantel. he is at A HILLBILLY BAND WILL FURNISH MUSIC
present staying witha
Phone 13 Starke Fla.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtAAAAAAA
.
PHONE 414-J tical gowns of azure blue velveteen The mantel arrangement was madeof cousin Mrs. Noreen
Thomas in
,
I styled with fitted midriffs cut in white English stock and white Jax and Is expected to return to Prominent Marketing Experts Will Be Present To Discuss

.-I. ..&. bertha effect to form a wide- camelias, and Bells of Scotland,
Starke the
end of next week And Acquaint Growers With The New Method of Opera
draped decollete neckline. The and was flanked on either side by In the meantime Robert Green is

long: bouffant skirts fell from the three branched candelabra. Ovei running Carr's route for him .. ., tion For The Coming Season. The Program Will Be Very
pointed basque waistline into soft the mirror was greenery and Bell see that Airman 2-c Edward
gathers and were poised over crinolines of Scotland. Arthur Winkler is home for three ., Beneficial To All Farmers.

and hoops. They carried cas- :Mrs. Hogan Smith and :Mrs. W. weeks from Lowry AFB, Denver .
cade bouquets of cerise feathered B. Mundy hinted the guests into Colo. after that he will report FARMERS PRODUCE MARKET, INC.

carnations with matching satin the dining room. Others assistingas to San Francisco for further dutyin

ribbon and net. floor hostesses were Mrs. Pauline Okinawa. I J :'-,;. .q.--, ,'_ ;:- ::" ;" ,:_:r f.J.: ; : ;.;--,..,. :.;,,;.
, William Morag of Green Cove Torode, Mrs. Elvis Stewart On the moving list this week we 1 -

Springs served as best man for Mrs. Jewett Fogg, and Mrs. -J. W. find Mr. and Mrs. Paul Neuman '

Sewing Machine Operators Mr. Valinski and ushers were Kincaid. and family have moved from the

Comer Perryman, J. W. Andrews, The bride's table, overlaid with Alderman Apts. to the Adkins STALLING !
III, and Eddie Valinski of Wor- an Imported cutwork cloth, was rental house on 8th St. next to fAST STARlnIG NO

Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES cester, brother of the bridegroom. centered with the wedding cake the RR Art and Eloise Lcudon
During the ceremony Mrs. Ran- which was topped with a replica of and daughters are moving from

18 THRU 35 dall Chitty, soloist, accompanied the bride's bouquet. A wide ruf- .the Ritch Apt. on Cherry St. to GET PHilLIPS 66
by Miss Joan Furlong, organist fle: of bride's illusion was placed !their new home in Saratoga Ilgts.
"The Lord's around the base of the cake.
sang Prayer", "Oh and the Curtis Lees are also
Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital Perfect Love", and "Ave Maria.'' Flanking the cake on either side moving to Saratoga Hgts from

Insurance, Paid Vacations and Others For her wedding the bride se- were two antique threebranchedsilver the D. W. Moore House on Water

lected a Rolanda original made candelabra. Attached to St. The Carl Hursts have mov-
APPLY AT OUR OFFICE entirely of pure white bridal satin the candelabra in the center were ed from the Sauls' cottage to Pine

10th & CHURCH STREETS styled with long slpPves, scoop nosegays of puff illusion and white Haven Sub and Mrs. Betty Wilber

,neckline empire princess bodice of satin loops and little pinnochio has moved to 319 Madison St.

re-embroidered, imported Chantillylace chrysanthemums with showers of from G. C. S.

BIG DAD Manufacturing Co. appliqued with iridescent sequins narrow white satin ribbons. Cut- I Glad to know that T. K. and

and seed pearls. The princess ting the cake were' Mrs. Leon Wilma McClane and family .
Starke Fla. skirt was very bouffant and fell Moorer and Mrs. Vernon Silcox. may
be getting back up in this part ot
into inverted pleats at the sides The tables holding the silver cof-
the state in another year or so .
terminating Into a chapel train. fee service and the punch bowls Seems the Farm Bureau, of whichT. ,

Her veil of imported illusion was were overlaid with white linen and I K. is executive v.p., has out- ... ."\ 0 Easier starting and freedom from cold
fashioned In lace cloths and held five-branched : ...
finger-tip with
-- length .
grown its quarters in Winter 1t __ ,1 stalling are only two of the many advantages -
,' ', > Tt5g ;
/
:
: three tiers and fastened to a halo candelabra with epergnettes of
Haven and is planning to erect \ "built into" 66 Fure-Fun
1 CHECKJS : } ': i' made of whole pearls. The bride clusters of miniature chrysanthemums .(' / \.. Phillips
PAYING BY : : :; new headquarters in Gainesville '0..,.;> (0. '.
: increased
,, ,, ,",, .' > '1>..., carried a cascade bouquet of feathered and white satin and tulle. ;.. oN' '." It also gives you power, higherantiknock
Hear
Hollis
; .. < that
: ", ,, :,".. ,.;:," ,. \, white carnations and stephanotis -i Mrs. o. 1. Beasley presided at Knight was w-,. ..j.I ,greater economy.It's the only
',. :: the lucky winner: of an electric
P P.T" '"
>" ,, ,, _.... i" ;.". ... ,.. "..:;,. centered with a large white the coffee service while Mrs. J. W. mixer recently given away by the gasoline to which is added the super aviation -
'
'
'i'' .'; Andrews Jr. presided at the punch BPW Club Add new addresses: fuel component Di-isopropyL ,

},'''.;" '' Safe: you carry a checkbook.instead-of COSh- :, :'if bowl. I Pvt. Albert H. StefaneUl, US Get Phillips 66 FuTE:-FUEL at stations

} .:.. ,, Convenient bills! time 'i ;! I Mrs. William Powell and Mrs. 53249036, HG 10th Repl. Co., 10th 5. where you see the orange and black .
,
: YOU pay any w.i
"...' --=r .m: ANNOUNCINGTHE Harold Bishop had charge of thejride's Inf. Div., Ft. Riley, Kansas S. 5 t! 66 Shield.
}. )f anywhere; : l book. Phillips
> ,.m: .. T Hear that Men-it and Carleen
t Businesslike: your cancelled checksThrifty : :.' : ANNUAL After spending some time with ,Williams and family have locateda \
t their guests the couple left for a house in Leesburg and will be
; l cre receipts; I ST. AUGUSTINE
,: "">'M tI..,: wedding trip through the southern :moving there soon to be nearer
:"/i= : you con save easier when .;" I part of the state. They will re- 'Merrit's work Surely will miss : .

t you know where your money goes; .."' :: side n Starke. 'em Sonja Anderson finally
1. ANTIQUES The bride is a graduate of Brad- T v af
got a telephone call through to
r,; ; <' Smart: you build financial prestigo :: ::: .< ford High School and attended the her mother in Burgdorf, Germany :
a, .
checks. ,'
with :
: ; t
; Y'. ':"_, your '.:' { SHOW University of Georgia and Barry after trying for three days .

t ::4:'t'.,' Come in soon end open your 1-i:' '.';); I College in Miami. For the past Talked for six minutes and Sonja :

r a < ," ,,< Checking Account. I five years she has been connected says that her mother cried up two I
.. ( .
', JANUARY 22-26 with the Internal Revenue Officein minutes worth of the time ... in-

1 ><''Z:' ..': (Daily and Sunday) Jacksonville.Mr.. Valinski .attended Commerce terested to see that Harold 1sT t I6ti'dfflltn:1G791it1: ltdi :

12 NOON High School in Worcester and at Hastings; and the following from New Trop-Ariic Motor OilCan
.' -. / present s stationed with the Navy Jacksonville: :Mr. and Mrs. L. C. I ,
.. .
: 4' .: 0TO

.':., '' '.' ..J. " ,' ,:":"' ',. > ;'f.' :f'";"," ': .>,: : ; 10 P.M.ADMISSION in Out-of-town Green Cove guests Springs.included Mrs. Emerson Williams, Mr.Miss and Susie Mrs.Willjams Palmer, Double Engine Life

:/" : R. S. Andrews, Mrs. J. M. Bandy Mrs. Connie Peremeter, Miss Eva

. : .<, ; \ <. 'r: \ SOLD Mrs. B. F. Mizelle Sr. and Bascom Knuth, Miss Mary Courtney, Miss e TROP-ARTIC is the new all-weather motor oil It flows easily at

'''', ;'!> :,. ::1:' '''''' T.- ,,," ..., ,Q':, Mizelle, all of Gainesville; Mrs. Sue McCullough Miss Winifred heat it r _
...; .- ,'' TO 8:45 PJL Lee Fitch and Mrs. :Marie McGoon, McCulIough Miss Mildred Miller, temperatures below zero, yet at extremely high engine
,. .. "
.. '. .J''> ',;: "" 'i., .. oJ to oils it can reduce
f' "" _$<'j, "( .' f ->' ,' Rush City, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. J. Miss Carla M. Little, Miss Lois retains its film strength. Compared ordinary

",, ,\" -"" ,' ', .," ....,'...'' -" ;.".,,<"" -,>,:>- ...V', PRESENTED BY THE J. Valinski. Miss Eleanor Valinski Morgan, Mrs. K. R. Williams, Miss wear 40%or more. can cut oil consumption 15%to 45% ..
and Eddie Valenski all of Elizabeth Paver Miss Agnes A. keeps pistons and piston rings cleaner y, ,

The Florida Bank at Starke brings you the latest United cester, Mass.;'Mr. and Mrs. wor-I Joseph, Mrs. Cathy Little, Miss PIQLLIPS PETROLEUM COMPANY

Press world news summary on Station WDVH at noon LIGHTNERMUSEUM Garrison Mrs. Hazel Clark, and: Janice :M. Graff, Miss Henrietta G.

each Monday and Friday. Mrs. Dilly Williamson of Green: Glascock, Miss Carolyn Carter,

Cove Springs; Miss Sue Biggs of Miss Jewell Young, Miss Elizabeth PHILLIPS 66 DEALER
St. Augustine; Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Powers, Mrs. Delores Deaton. J.frs.1 SEE YOUR

Tucker of Watertown Si: D.; Jerry G. Felos, Hiss Betty LaSota,I

( 'FLORIDA BANK STARKE OF HOBBIESAt Mrs. George Roberts, Mrs. Effie Miss Lee Pappas, Mrs. Fifika Pap.

Miner, and Miss Mary Ann Motes, pas, Miss Cornelia Hancock, Miss JEROME JOHNS OIL COMPANY
of Lawtey; Mrs. H. C. Morgan, Susie Danser, Mrs. C. D. McLean
Member Florida National Group St. Augustine and Mrs. P. S. Hutto, great aunt Jr.. .Miss William Felos Mrs. Til-

.L'I .. I of the bride, Savannah, Ga.; Mr. lie Cook and Miss Eleanor T. PHONE 12 STARKE. FLA.

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JANTJABY 21, 1955 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA PAGE FIVE

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{t fc t f ;}[rs. L. R. Gooding, Mrs. J. J. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO right of way of State Road number serve a copy of your answer or :
Tolbert and daughter, Donna, and REGISTER FICTITIOUS >AME 200 formerly State Road pleading to the complaint on !
f Notice is hereby given that the ,
IltL1 number 13) thence run North- plaintiffs attorney, A. Z. Ad kins. ;
.1 Mrs. W. F. Gooding of Charleston undersigned, under the provisionsof erly along the West line of the Jr. whose address is 3 SE First ;
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, right of way of said State Road Avenue, Gainesville, Florida,
S. C. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. and
Normans 1t Acts of 1941, will register with the number 200 for a distance of file the original in the office of ;'
11 H. K. Davis from to Clerk of the Circuit
2fI Thursday Court in and Two Hundred (200) feet thencerun the Clerk of said Court on or be-
Sunday. for Bradford County State of Flor Westerly and parallel with fore February 7, Usi.
ida, upon receipt of proof of publi the South line of said Section If you fail to do so, judgment by ,
Mrs. Mary Lane of Jacksonville cation of this notice, the fictitious Twenty-one (21). a distance of default will be taken against you ,;
x spent the weekend with her mother name of Dixie Motor Court Restau- two hundred twenty (220) feet for the relief demanded in said !
C.IN THE NEWS Mark rant under which I am engaged in thence run at right angles southerly complaint.
Mrs. Bertha Pearce.P. business at 702 Temple Ave., Starke, to the South line of said PONE AND ORDERED at Stark, !
i is C. 1Fla. Section Twenty-une (21). thencerun ,i Bradford County Florida, this 5 day I
Mahathy of Tallahasseewas ;
.. Anthony Favota, Walnut St., Easterly along the South line of January, 1955.
the overnight guest Wednes- Starke, Fla., Leasee. of said Section Twenty-one (21) (Or''lCIAI.EAL: ) CharluDlirb,. t:

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Detweiler will J, E. Mundorf has returned home day of last week of his sister, A D.Dated. 1955 this at 7th Starke day of, LTadford January ject to said to a point road of right beginning of way; sub over If Clerk Bradford, Circuit C '; Court

spend the weekend in Orlando. from Tavares where he spent the 50th Mrs. L E. Clark and Mr. Clark. County, Florida. the South 23 feet of said land i By Marian U Crosby! inty. Dtpui; ClerkA i;
1/7 4t 1/ZS and subject to im.! ,. unty taxes Z Ad km-. Jr
}[r. and Mrs. Richard Ray of past two weeks visiting Col. and Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion attended which the grantees assume; Gainesville!I Fh.da.! 3SE"If"Attorney' Avenue for, i i
Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mundorf. the banquet Friday eve- In The Circuit Court Of Florida and you are nereb required to Plaintiff 1 T 4t !I'I:!

Mrs. J. S. Sapp on Tuesday.Mrs. Mrs. A. M. Pettit and Mrs. R. J. ning at the Roosevelt Hotel, Jack- For Eighth Bradford Judicial('ouat Circuit,.. In And i ii

H. W, Mover of Jackson- Davis of Gainesville have spent Year sonville, for the Southeastern section JAMIE H. CARSWELL formerly -. __.v. =--:.- -: :: ;-.:-"- ;- .: : _: =: i iI t
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the week at the Davis home on of the American Society of JAXIE H. AVERY, Plaintiff, jO. I
ville spent the weekend with her vs. .
daughter, Mrs. Frow Strickland, Church street. Foresters.Mrs. RAYMOND SAUVE. Defendant. I
and family. Mrs. Jimmy Swindell recently Helen Stewart, Chamberof .NOTICE TO DEFENDTO
y'Mr : RAYMOND SAUVE. whose 1tiill J I
Mrs. VV. A. Stern and MIss visited her father, J. W. McGee Together Commerce manager of Cornellia, idence and address as res-I fl
and family, in Macon, Ga. Ga. and instructor at the Uni- larly as is known Is 232S f
Louise Stern are attending the son Street, Detroit, Michigan,
St. Louis Symphony in Jackson- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall spent versity of K. C. was the guest of and whose address for the re. I
the Stein- Mrs. Marion Howe last reiving of mall is 232:! Carson Dedicated To Community Service -
ville this evening at the Duval the weekend fishing on Saturday.
Street, Detroit, Michigan: "Movie Are Better Than'er": i
County Armory. hatchee River. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdaleand You are hereby notified that suit
has been brought against in the
you
family had a picnic lunch Circuit Court in and for Bradford If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad I

I and Mrs. J. S. Norman celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary ville and visited Sunday.the Zoo in Jackson- County the nature, Florida of said as suit above is for entitled dam-; cut ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS

A I eec. TABLET FORARTHRITIS I I Jan. 9 with a reception at their home west of La\vtey. Pres- ages for the breach of those two I II Ii

ent on this happy occasion were seven of their eight children: Mrs. Friends of Mrs. Paul Raymondwill certain December lease 20, 1951 agreements, and February dated Fri., Sat.-Jan, 21, 22 Sun.. Mon.. and Tues

containing ALFALFA LoIs Carter, Jacksonville; Mrs. Gladys Carter Mrs. Myrtle Gaskins, be happy home to and hear is convalescingafter that she returned by 14, you 1952,and respectively the above, named entered plaintiff Into- | BIG DOUBLE FEATURE {I Jan 23 .').-t.a' ')-

Mrs. Mamie Lou Agniar, O. J. Norman, Truman Norman, and Howard being confined in Doctor's covering the building locatedon i 3 BIG DAYS
100 Tablets the following described land
$2.49
,abIa1f10 Norman, an of Lawtey. Clinic Hospital the past week witha owned by you and situated in L"radI I

300 Tablets $5.95 :Mr. Norman is a retired fanner and a former member of the fractured leg. She received the 'particularly ford County, Florida, and more I !
described
as follows:
:? s Bradford County Board of Public! Instruction, serving as chairman of fracture several weeks ago when ,I Beginning at the intersection of I 1 a
600 Tablets $9.95 the South line of Section 00
TABLETS that body for several terms. lIe and Mrs. Norman have 23 grandchildren she stubbed her toe on a rug in I ty-one (21), Township Twen'I'I tbC X10

/ Containing concentrated*" and eight great grandchildren.Rev. her home and fell. South, Range ro e i
NoaHaur Poe o East with the West line of the
r* powdered extract of the r ae I I
aosa and Mrs. L. L. Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bronson. of I I
vitamin and min
amazing children of Akron, Ohio were Tampa were overnight guests Saturday -And-
era! rich ALFALFA plant plus fast working pain
overnight guests Monday of Mr. of Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. I
( i't
relieving offers effective relief from CNSULATfl t
agents same day
and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb.Mr. Reddish. Mr. and Mrs. H. Gay aJ
the agonizing pains of arthritis.rheumatism.neuritis, THRILLING
and Mrs. J. N. Henry of and daughter, Charlotte, of Tampa N
& and neuralgia. ALPHA TABLETS are sold on a Gainesville Sunday afternoon IOUSE & PARAMOUNT I
were were also guests of the Reddisheson JUST WINKS .
: money back guarantee. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Row- Sunday. FEATURETTEI i

AmtatJt of your Drug Stare, Cf wr&e- 'land.Mrs. The Wednesday morning bridge AT ALL OF I CINEM* copE
W. E. Middleton spent club was entertained by Mrs. lalllt I II1II4fr 01 My ideury SlfllOl'IW IC SOIJJIiI
WOLVERINE LABORATORIES, 19516 Trinity, Detroit 19, Kid 'I Oda ii7tnPasengr
Sunday to Wednesday in Jacksonville Fletcher Burnett In Gainesville WEATHER'S QUIRKS I i iy I

I visiting Mrs. Mae Jones and Wednesday.Miss ": Plus New Horizons in Cinema
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Middleton and \ AND ,
I Dorothy Ross was visiting KINKS r: Scope and Latest World News
of Missions
also attending the Chain -
,
friends In Jacksonville Sunday t+ t, cry ,' VI &' AT REGULAK PRICES
in the Riverside Park Meth-
afternoon.
odist Church. Mrs. Jones returned 1
Miss Linda Shiver of Lakeland W. B. SEWELL
with Mrs. :Middleton on Wed- THE STORY OF TWO

HUNDREDSof nesday to spend the day.I. was Mrs.the weekend guest of Mr. and ( LOVE-STARVED WOMEN..

D. Wells and Bill Cole of At- R. B. Alvarez. AND THE AWN THEY KEPT Wed., Thur-Jan. 26, 27
lanta were weekend guests of Mr. Sen. and Mrs. Charley E. Johns LLi
details are managed and economic and Mrs. Barney McRae Sr. and spent Monday to Thursday of last i 1 ASECKfTPSSONHIPAUL/ = J ('

ally attended that only a trained and family. week In Atlanta where they attended CtOCAlTRAOtHAMCX Ink y_ E etuu+a ; ATHENA'i

careful organization can attend when Mrs. Irene Roberts of Palatka the inauguration of Gov. --- i .; "THI NATURe ells1 I

the* urgent need for serving is at spent the weekend with her daughter Marvin Griffin on Tuesday. II I t t. .,:

hand. :Mrs. Herb Thomas, and fami- Mrs. J. E. Rogers of Jackson- I DOUGLAS .JJ J JANE POWELL >

vine spent the weekend with her i
ly.Mrs. tri M IKE JTOIY-TtUH
R. A. Thomas is spendingten daughter, Mrs. Merritt Williams, Produced by EDMUND PURDOM
DeWITT C. JONESPhone days Wildwood with :Mr. and family.Mr. Mv.ordJ.ond

7 Starke Fla.Ambulance. and Mrs. R. L. C. Thomas. and Mrs. J. P. Hazen of V = Plus 1* "Casper iess* Genii"Ham Ue Doniiscr Cartoon and j DEBBIE REYNOLDS :
BUILDERS' S'UPPLIES'g
ttw+_ 1.4 Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Hurst of Ocala were
Sunday guests of Mr. _
VIC DAMONE
/
No. Serial
Funeral Director Indianapolis, Ind. were guests of and Mrs. V. V. Hazen. Chapt. 2 91, i
Service Mr. and :Mrs. T. H. Slade and Mr.
Plus Do With
Mrs. J. L. Boone and daughter, "ThingsVe Can
Our local funeral home enables and Mrs. C. W. Sinclair from Mon
to otter
na conveniences ant Ina, and son, Jimmy, of Talla- RILEY WASDIN out" Cartoon and Latest News
services not otherwise available. day to Wednesday. hassee

Mrs, Mable Gillespie of Port Mr. and were Mrs. A.weekend H. Henry.Mr. guests. of I '! .'----..,..\:. --'.i..A.;>f': '!' :;!ir.,.L _}.i..... ,.oa",po';'
AI" I 1' -" 1 Meade is spending several weeks
and Mrs. Jim
Killian
We furnish the highest type cervlce at lowest prices and with her mother, Mrs. Laura Coll- Waynesville, N. C., who are of

accept ANY life insurance policy In force, leased.' by ANY ey.Mr. visitors here for two weeks, were yaszExSE&sgkpresenting. -
and Mrs. '
J. S.
company, as payment in part or in full oa.a funeral. Sapp were Sunday luncheon guests of the
I guests of Rev. and Mrs. Burt
Consultation carries no obl1gatkarsrarrsrsrrsrssssssrrrsrsJrsss.s Herlong family
,- a- -ar .1 Rawls x11. High Springs over thweekend e Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hummistonand

_h __ Mrs. F. H. Warren of Fort *
Edwards, N. Y., who' have been .

.. v'. .. r .. wintering at the Nollman Court .. '
.
for the
past seven years, have ar
rived for their yearly month's -,'_ fv .
vacation here. '

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Purvis of
Lancer
Roval
f
Gainesville were Monday evening l2/
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
[Herlong. (

I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Halle of
'
Miami will spend the weekend with
.
I
,
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. 4 <* % I"SJSSSoMUKKbrfJ y I

.,.. nn e"EtUAIIrNIItS Haile. Mrs. Halle will return to if.H*,.;..
Miami with her son and daughter-

in-law on Sunday for a week's ''5 iV f -T12m
. |visit and will also visit the W. G. *r
Hailes, Jr. while there. p *
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green and 'fff O" *yMWwvft ._, v ""
** '*wW **OV>*Mtf f# *\
I. / Yt family visited Carr Colley in St. Tmg C-vv'WftwBrar '" f.

SECURIIY Vincent's hospital on Sunday. Also ir < .
<
BREEDER visiting their father, Mr. Colley, *\: 7 .1
were Barbara and Jackie Colley. s '> ,,
e Y s.- yIEfTEa James F. Hollingsworth and 'CT >

*: 1 Dr. W. M. Eaddy of Laurens, S. C. "**#
4. ; : 'stopped by to see Mr. Hollings- v

MASH worth's mother, Mrs. Frank Hol &+J
I .
; M'
1 lingsworth] Tuesday Aornlng while T

tsS' l p. .' ;:: r enroute to the Gulf on a fishing -*. .
-X-S*X-MIM. rtA >!
> j n
SEEuliiirNii "+ trip.Mr. V ,> < .' fr'
) i:: C DWINC and Mrs. Seeber Goodman
had Sunday dinner with Mrs. > / J "" ,4 *<;
ASH SHv
; ( /,
L__ Goodman's mother, Mrs. Ethel / J X -
Pickren, in Gainesville.Mr. -jassS ilm stzmmd<, -< '\' "* ? -< s r-sva

and Mrs D. A. Montieth of
I iECUaiir niits
Eustis spent Friday to Tuesday
with Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Graham

ar and Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff, Jr. <

Gilda Graham Is returning home a
; i ; Saturday from Tampa where she

, spent the past three weeks with .,:.. : .
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. ,:'-w. : .......... ,-"- .. ___.._ ,_ _. ... .J. ____M.'L&:';.. .: .'., .. : : "
':
sECURIir |W. P. Randall
EGG Mrs. Marie McGoon returned to Custom Royal lancer V-8 in dramatic new three-tone exterior styling.

,her home in Rush City, Minn. last
; Friday after spending the past

: two weeks with her sister, Mrs.J. .

f C. Fogg, and family.Mr. .

MA5N and Mrs. Proctor Snow of A car of noble proportions, gallant and gay,
Dublin, Ga. were Saturday to

rfOOwzEfIIRIIMIII 1.Wednesday D. Vining.guests of Mr. and :Mrs. and horn to rule the road in flashing style! :

Mrs. J. M. Edwards and daugh

$ ters, Gayle and Dianne, spent the

weekend in Palatka as guests of In every age, there are those who are not content

Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Edwards. with the humdrum, the commonplace.If .
[They attended the birthday partyof
that off in mote their cousin, Pamela Edwarda you are one of these, the Royal Lancer speaks .
the feeding plan pays eggs on Saturday while there. directly your heart. ,

Mrs. Mamie Jeragin of Dunn, For here is a car that fairly breathes adventure. 5 5
N. C. spent the weekend
with her
OUrtgord the oge old queilion-whlch comes Grit, the proper development of the skeleton end body needs; end: grandson Jack Smith, and family.Mr. You sense it in the bold forward thrust of its

chicken or Lye! egg? vitamins In ample amounts for health, growth and body and Mrs. J. M. Edwardswill hood the sweep of rear deck the rakish slant of

functions leave Friday to spend a weekin the New Horizon windshield.Its .

U> cny luccesifut poultry operation, it 1 Is reoty! on endless Miami. is not calm and placid but and
cycle-feeding breeding stock, baby chicks pullets end See your Security dealer today. Get started on Secun. '1 Mrs. E. T. King of Jacksonvilleand alive-the beauty measure of performance, that eager stems D O[[) GE

hen for greater and greater production Chick to Chick Program | Mrs. W. K. Wilder of Pine
Castle were Monday and Tuesday from the most advanced rircraf t-type V-8 engine

Tkal'i why thousand of pouttrymen follow the Security SECURITY I MILLS I [guests last week of Mrs. J. D. on the road. .

Chick to Chick Production Security Feed: fumUh Doyle and Mrs. Fay Gill.
Program. OF JACKSONVILLE, INC. And should you choose to make this car yours
the needed energy factors essential amino acids from Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Dansby and
animal and vegetable protein sources; minerals for the 1700 W. Church St.. Jacksonville Fla. family visited Mr. and Mrs. R. J. you will have this assurance: In any company of +
Andrews in Westconnet Sunday automobiles, there is nothing to challenge the

J. TO YOUR FARMnnnnnnnnnnnnnn afternoon. distinction of your Royal Lancer by Dodge.
WE DELIVER Mr. Dodge Dear rs present: Danny Thomas i ia "Make Room for Daddy," ABC-TV

have returned and Mrs. James Stewart Take Command. Get the Thrill First Hand Bert Parks in "Break The Bank" ABC-TV Roy Ropes NBC l Radio
from a visit in I
Washington D. C. and are now

with Mrs. Stewart's mother, Mrs .
I
M. H. Colley. Mrs. Colley and

Mrs. Stewart attended the Annual

I SECURITY MILLS of JACKSONVILLE, Inc.WE ville evening.Naval Inspection Air Station at the Saturday Jackson Hardy Brothers Motor Coo


DELIVER TO YOUR FARM Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kyle and

1700 W. Church St. Jacksonville, Fla. son, Ken of St. Augustine were DODGE PHONE 69 PLYMOUTHI
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs
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Auditor's Report -- City of Starke, Fla. -- Fiscal Year -- October 1 1953 September 30, 1954 j




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ALL FUNDS BALANCE SHEET

COMMENTS OF AUDIT

October 21, 19M I ALL General Light and Payroll ParkIng Paring Se\\f'f

I ASSETS FUNDS City Water Account Meter Fund Fund

TO The: Land Fund Fund

Honorable Mayor and City Council. .-
Starke, Florida. Cash on Hand and in Bank Schedule A-I 102,169.7 1,7W.61 1,381.61 46.80 $2,236.16 $69,392.68
Accounts Receivable-}.{owlng and Grading! Schedule A-: 2.00 52.00 27,955.1t

Gentlemen: Accounts Receivable- Utility Consumers, Current, Schedule A-3 17,117.64 17,117.64 (

In accordance with your request, I have made an examIna- Accounts Receivable Utility Consumers, Delinquent, Schedule A-4 991.18 991.78 '

tion of the accounts and records of the City of Starke. Florida Accounts ReceIvable Miscellaneous, Schedule A-S: 982.19 123.80 858.39 !

for the fiscal year which ended on September, 1954, and am Unpaid Paving Assessments, Schedule A-6 1,2(7.39 1,2(7.39

accordingly pleased to submit the accompanying exhibits and Delinquent Real and Personal Property Taxes, Schedule A-7 12,179.7 12,179.78

schedules which are listed in the index immediately preceding

this letter of transmittaL Due from Bonds Funds 1,833.89 1833.89

The audit report has been prepared with the aim that it
Total Assets '
be easily understood by all, requiring no educational backgroundin 137,174.39 15,353.64 22,189.37 46.60 2,23d.'i6 69,392.68 27,9M14

business or finance. Acceptable municipal accounting pro- Amount to be ProvIded for Retirement of Bonds 117,000.00 117,000.00 .
cedures have been adhered to closely, with the exception of a

few instances where inadequate records made deviations neces- TOTALS .
254174.39 $15,353. 139189.37
$46,80 2,236.76 69,392.68:
$27,955.14
1 aar).

Subject to the comments which follow this letter of trans- LIABILITIES .

mittal, which comments are an integral part of this report and Utility Consumers' Deposits, Schedule A-3 9,562.00 9,562.00

Vico'rporaled herein, in my opinion the accompanying exhibits Bonds Payable, Schedule A..s 117,000.00 117,000.00

and schedules fairly reflect the financial status of the City of Accrued Interest Payable, Schedule A-8 1,949.99 1,949.99

'Starke on September SO, 1954, and the results of its operations Accrued Payroll 46.80

t for the fiscal year which ended on the aforementioned date.I Unremttted Payroll Deductions, Schedules B-2 and B-4 736.60 52.69 183.91 46,80 .

wish to express my sincere appreciation to those City Unamortized Bond Premiums 209.06 209.00 ,
the Due to Light and Water Fund 1,833.89 .
officials and employees with whom I was associated during .--- 1,291.61 M2.22
year. Their assistance and cooperation were most helpful.

Total Liabilities 131,338.34 552.69 128,904.96 $46.60 .
Respectfully submitted, 1,291.61 1 542.22

George W. Dandelake SURPLUS AND FUND BALANCES

Certified Public Accountant
Surplus 27,322.12 14,800.95 10,284041 2,236.76 r. )
Fund Balances 95,513.U
68,101.01 27,412.9
Total Surplus and Fund Balances 122,836.05 U,800.9 10,2SUI
2,236.16
68,10L01 27,412.92
STATEMENT: OF BUDGETARY AND TOTALS ., $254.174.39 $I5oM3.G U39,189.37 U,236.76 69,392.6.8 I
$27, M.U
.
NQN- BUDGETARY RECEIPTS EXHIB1'1' leA.1I

BUDGETARY IOccupational

Licenses 6,052.50 -
Building and Remodeling Permits 2,122.00 .
Other Licenses, Fees and Permits 245.00 ALL FUNDS STATEMENT OF CASH ON HAND AND IN BANK

Bonds and Fines 7,888.75 I

Grading and Mowing 143.00: ALL General LIght and Payroll Parking PAVING FUND SEWER FUND
'
Utility Tax 12,949.97Cigarette FUNDS City WAter Account Meter Regular &v1A11I ItpW (SaviAp
Tax 34,137.04Relmbureements Fund Fund rmd r

for Donation Paid '': 2,239.26 '

Reimbursement for Payroll Deductions ". 713.49 Cash on Hand, September SO, 1954 774.07 26.75 475.52 n1B0FLWUDA

Miscellaneous 221.93
BANK AT STARKE: ...
37,500.00
Transfer from Light and Water Fund "
3,169.46 Balances per Bank Statements, September 30. 19M 109,170.S3 2,012.75 8,398. 46.8) 1,964.96 884.00 69,008.68 -
Tax 1,717.68
Road and Bridge ?8Z37g

Total Budgetary Receipts 106382.40 Lees: .
'
Outstanding Checks, Schedule A-1a) 7,775.18 288.83 7,486.
NON-BVDGETABY:
Transfer from Interest and Sinking Fund 7,800.00
Total Cash in Bank 101,995.65 1,123.92 912.1S: -
46.80
Transfer from Parking Meter Fund 1,012.73 1,96.96 384.00 69,008.68) ) 1117.68 26,23U6

Collection of Real Property Taxes of Prior Years, .

Schedule A-7 106. 0 TOTAL : $38t.00 $69,008.68 11,111.68
78.95 $28,231(8
Cash Unaccounted For l

Total Non-Budgetary Receipts 8998.18 TOTAL CASH ON HAND AND IN BANK, .

SEP'I'E1mER 30, 1954, TO. .
'115,380.58Schedule : :
TOTAL TO EXHIBIT "B"
B-1 EXHIBIT "A" '' '102,769.72 $1150.67 $1,387.67 U6.80 $2,236.76 Y ,

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STATEMENT OF BUDGETARY AND ; "' '
-y 'PAVING
SEWER
NON-BUDGETARY EXPENDITURESALL
FUND FUND
I
DEPARTMENTS Regular Accounts 38.OO 1.117.6&

BUDGETARY: ,- l I Savings Accounts 69,008.68 26,231.(6
Fire Department, Schedule A.2 TOTAL TO EXHIBIT "A" 169,392.8
Schedule B-2a) 10,711.25Police 1 $2T,96I.H I

Department, _
Schedule B-2b( ) 24,772.77
Street and Garbage Department STATEMENT OF BUDGETARY EXPENDITURES: STATEMENT QF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS STATEMENT OF BUDGETARY EXPENDITURESLIGHT

Schedule B-2c) .:: 42,535.40 STREET AND GARBAGE DEPARTMENT PARKING METER FUND AND WATER FUND

Administrative, Office and General, I

Schedule B-2d) 28,895.20 Salaries and Wages: CASU RECEIPTS: Salaries and Wages:

Park Department, : Department Head 2,820.00 Superintendent
;e Parking Meter Collections 4,249.05
Schedule B-2e( ) 191.50 Employees 26,508.06 Plant' Employees
25
October
1953 222.00November ,293.U
Interest and Sinking Fund Extra Labor and Overtime 3,308.05 Clerical
1953 647.15 3,864.96
i I'
Schedule B-2f) 7,800.00 .
Total Salaries and Wages $32,636.11 December, 1953 729.46 Total Salaries and Wages 33,407.46

Total Budgetary Expenditures 1114,906.12 January, 1954 438.50
Utilities 177.87 February, 1954 ; 521.00 Fuel Oil 49.00(5.7( *
NON-BUDGETARY: ; Equipment Maintenance and Repairs 5,288.89 March 1954 550.75 Plant Repairs and Supplies 2947.81

Police Department, Materials (Cement, Pipe and Asphalt) 814.90 April, 1954 504.50 Power Line Materials 12,904.67
Schedule B-2b) > 1,012.73 Tools and Supplies 1,514.83 May, 1954 475.00 Water Materials and Supplies. 12.384.S9

115,918.85Le&a Miscellaneous 869.20 June, 1954 467.50 Truck Maintenance and Repairs 354.62

: New Truck 1,233.60 July, 1954August 398.50 Power Clay County Cooperative SJOS-OO( *
Payroll Deductions 6,331.98 1954 390.75September Lubricating Oil 2M3.61Service
Less: Payments 5,779.29 TOTAL BUDGETARY DISBURSE- Deposit Refunds 3,740.00
1954TOTAL 442.05
Unremltted Payroll Deductions, MENTS TO SCHEDULE B-2 $42.535.40: ] Office Supplies 639.13

To Exhibit "A" 552.69 NOTE: TO EXHIBIT "B" $6.087.16 City Utility Tax 7,928.62
State Utility Tax
TOTAL TO EXHIBIT "B" 6115,366.16Schedule The Budgetary Appropriations include 2.065.23
B-: transfers from the City Council Contin- CASH DISBURSEMENTS: Refund to General City Fund I

gents Fund in the following amounts in Transfers to Interest and Sinking Fund 5,834.99 for Donations Paid 2,239.26

STATEMENT OF BUDGETARY EXPENDITURESFIRE accordance with the City Council's meet Purchase of New Meters 1,052.25 Telephone and Telegraph 12L40

DEPARTMENT ings on the dates Indicated Purchase of Meter Parts 56.10 i Insurance General 1,403.01

Salaries and Wages: : Transfer to General City Fund 1012.73 Insurance Hospitalization 182.70
Chief 2,828.10 (1)) Approved, August 17, 1 4. 121.02 Transfer to General City Fund 37,500.00 ,

i Assistant Chief 2,489.27 I I ((2) Approved, April 6, 1954 1,233.60 TOTAL TO EXHIBIT "B" $7,956.07 | Miscellaneous ? 394.44


Fireman 2,498.32 I Payroll Taxes .; 593.90
First Class TOTAL $1,354.62Schedule \;
Volunteers 1,316.00 Schedule B3STATE.'IE."T Freight .. 393.41
Total Salaries and Wages 9131.69 B-2c) Electric Meters I 1,270.02

Utilities n 263.44 Transformer Repairs 4,603.81Water
OF BUDGETARY.A1'"DNOYBUDGETARY
Supplies 710.79 EXPENDITURES Meters 1,823.38
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Gas Oil and Truck Repairs '" 251.81 Miscellaneous Contingencies 119.<<
,. STATEMENT OF BUDGETARY EXPENDITURES POLICE DEPARTMENT
r 253.52:
Miscellaneous .*.. ADMINISTRATIVE, OFFICE AND GENERAL
TOTAL AUTHORIZED DISBURSEMENTS 182273.08
TOTAL BUDGETARY DISBURSEMENTS City Council: BUDGETARY:

TO SCHEDULE B-2. 110,711.25 Salaries eseo.oo| Salaries and Wages: Less:

NOTES Chief 3,130.00
:
The Budgetary Appropriations include Board of Bond Trustees: Patrolmen 15,346.48 Payroll Deductions 2,821SLess
.
: Payments 2,637.93
transfers from the City Council Contingent Salaries 720.001 Extra Patrolmen 612.00Total
Unremitted Payroll Deduction,
Fund in the following amounts in
City Clerk's Office: Salaries and Wages $19,088.48 to Exhibit "A" 183.91
accordance with the City Council's Meet- City Clerk 1,330.00Clerical
Ings on the dates indicated: j Retirement Fund 970.00
2,121.32 TOTAL DISBURSEMENTSTO
((1) Approved, August 11, 19M 17.12 i Utilities 200.70
.... EXHIBIT "B" $182,08947
((2)) Approved, April 6, 1934 194.11 Total City Clerk's Office 3,451.32 Gas, Oil and Auto Maintenance 1,520.40

$211.23 Uniforms, Badges and Supplies 609.58: Schedule B-4
TOTAL .
TOTAL Court Calls Mayor 1,092.00
$7,531.32Utilities
.
Schedule B-%( ) >
Care of Prisoners I .. 973.45
STATEMENT OF BUDGETARY EXPENDITURES
STATEMENT OF BUDGETARY AND 657.05 Miscellaneous 99.49
PARK DEPARTMENT AND INTEREST
NON-BUDGETARY RECEIPTS Legal and Recording Fees 342.20 I Repairs to Jail 218.61TOTAL
WATER FUND AND' SINKING FUND
LIGHT AND Building Insector 684.70 BUDGETARY DISBURSE-

BUDGETARY: Office Supplies and Printing 821.83 -,
MENTS TO SCHEDULE B-2 $24,772.77 '
145,730.92Water I PARK DEPARTMENT: >
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Electric Current Insurance General 5,128.17 .
24,46L36r Insurance Hospitalization : ''" 682.50 r Drinking Fountain 127.60

Service Deposits 4,660.00 Miscellaneous ,.' 1,486.57 NON-BUDGETARY: Miscellaneous :: -4iP; I i,. MM
926.26 New Police Car, to Schedule B-2 $1,012.73NOTE
Sale of Supplies Payroll Taxes 1,172.75 I
Transfer and Reconnection Charges 1,1'13.271Ulillty Travel J 132.00 : r ., TOTAL BUDGETARY DISBURSEMENTS : ..;

Tax 8,020.39 Dues 65.00 The Budgetary Appropriations include TO SCHEDULE B-2 $l91. O

J184.972.20 Auditing 750.00 transfers from the City Council Contingent '
Total Budgetary Receipts .
Payroll Deductions Received in Cash 704.55 Fund in the following amounts in INTERSET AND SINKING FUND: -- -
NON-BUDGETARY: .
Election Inspectors accordance with the City Council's meeting Principal
1.106.00Returned
3,000.00Interest
Fire Insurance Claim ProceedsI\,! "' .' -
Checks Redeposited ; 11.28 Donations 8.736.511 on April 6,1954: 4800.00
'" '. 28.07 (1) 92.00 -
Cash Unaccounted For : ...... TOTAL BUDGETARY DISBURSEMENTS 156.63 ....
((2) TOTAL BUDGETARY
DISBURE3MENTS
'01. 1,155.35TOTAL
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Receipts
Total Non-Budgetary TO SCHEDULE B-2 $28,895.201Scerdule
-. : TO SCHEDULE B-2 I 67,800.00Schedule
TO EXHIBIT "A" JlS6,12USchedulo TOTAL .. S248.63
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 21, 1953 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STABSE. FLORIDA __ ____
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NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED everyone is invited.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AND VICINITYBy

CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy PINE LEVEL PerM sonal r. and Items Mrs. Gordon Jones and

Ann James Ozora Johnson, Editor by :Sirs. II. :M. McKae daughter, Carolyn and Mr. and

. . . . - Mr s. Herbert Norman and children -
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To our growing list of subscribers in Keystone Heights and Calling all reporters of churches, meetings for children. We need Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regu- of Mrs. Jones and Herbert's parents

At The TabernacleInspirational Presbyterian Church vicinity: In an effort to bring you more complete coverage of fraternal organizations and school more visualized teaching to help lar appointment at Pine Level the Eddie Normans of Switzerland .-

the happenings in and around Keystone Heights we have secured groups. Please have your news our children learn and retain the Baptist Church Sunday morning Fla. Eddie and Daisy Norman

music by the young Saturday Adult Choir practice the services of Sirs. Ann James, longtime resident and business into this office by noon Mondayof great truths of religion. We can and evening with a large crowd sent their regards to their old
friends
people, assisted by the older ones, 3 p. m. [ each week. do a great Job with children if in attendance.Mr. [ at Bayless Highway.
of the
woman community, as our correspondent. Mrs. James
featured the Saturday night Youth Sunday -' Sunday School 9:45: Lw's Birthday Observed we are willing to venture forth. and Mrs. C. V. Green I r. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and
ofchil
Meeting at the Tabernacle. The a. In. Morning Worship 11 a. m., is also qualified to handle subscriptions for the Telegraph in On Wednesday, Jan. 19, all God is depending on us. If'e Jacksonville attended church dren were dinner guests of Mr.and .

Musical Millers, traveUing eVageto pic "Honoring Our Parents" that area. The cooperation of churches, other organizations schools observed the birthday of fail him the blood of the children Sunday and were dinner guests [ Mrs. Harold Crews Sunday.

lists, contributed their talent to Service broadcast over WDVH. and individuals will be appreciated in handing news items Gen. Lee, outstanding Confederate of today's world and our adults of the H. M. McRaes. Lots of our folks attended the

th>. program. I Congregational meeting afterwardsfor to Kirs. James at her office or by telephoning her at Keystone general .Other birthdays of nota- tomorrow will be upon our hands. Rev. and Mrs. Hall spent from revival at Heilbronn last week.
i
The Sunday morning service was' purpose of electing three deacons 2501. ble persons this month, about I may be criticized secretly or pub- Monday until Thursday of last Everyone received a blessing from

conducted by the Sponsor on the and one. elder. Youth Fellowship which school children are concerned licly for serving the church of my week with Rev. and Mrs. J. E. the. meeting.We .

6 p. m. with Gerry Gibson -I''Autoccldent usual good humor. include: Alexander Hamilton'l choice, but as a minister's daugh Murrhee at Hilliard and Mr. and were glad to have Mr. andIrs.

subject of being an "Overcomer. and Leslie and Robert Hump- A 1954 Ford driven by Douglas 1 The foundation has already been L Jan. 11; Benjamin ter .it is my basic training and I Mrs. Guy Wm. Hall at Cocoa. William Lee deep in the heart

Due to a misunderstanding of hries as hosts: Evening Worship C. Tindell, 37, of 3629 Main St., laid for the new home of Lloyd I 17; Lord Byron, Jan. 22; Robert can never depart from it. I regret We were glad to have Mrs. E. of Texas at church Sunday. They
dates, the advertised meeting with Burns, Jan. 25; Mozart, Jan. 27 that I cannot make C. Lewis the
back
7:30 p. m. 'Jacksonville, went out of controlon Singly, a member of one of the ; some people with us at churchafter are parents of Mrs. A. C. Ellis,
Dr. T. G. Mangham was not held Win McKinley, Jan. 29;; and F. D. happy by neglecting the and
church a recent illness. they like Florida fine
Monday"Find Life with God" the Gainesville road while making early Keystone Heights families, except
but will be held I Roosevelt Jan. [The Editor.
30.
Sunday night, Benjamin Mrs. Alma for the
Starling extremely cold
last
program over WDVH 9:45 a. m. a curve around the Keystone f for many years and is now re- spent days.
Sunday Jan. 23, at 7:30 o'clock. Franklin in one of the most notable M t. Pisgah week with Mr.
A.M.E. and Mrs. Nettles Randolph and Trudie
i Preacher for this program will be 'Inn last Saturday about 6:15 p. m.The : and Church will Crosby
Dr. Mangham will have colored ired.Mr. quotable sons of January.In have Talent and others
a in
Show on Jacksonville. were dinner guests of the C. .
C.Crosbys
Dr. Vernon Broyles of Atlanta. car first hit a light pole, then and Mrs. Donald Phelps his Thursday

Missionary slides illustrating work in the Japan.Christian I Tuesday The Women of the :the Town Hall bulletin board, and I and daughter, Nancy, of Orlandoare 'he l left a"Poor reservoir Richard's of Almanac"I Jan.Thurstone 20, at the center next to the M r. and Mrs. V. E. Thornton L : Sunday.
I I Charles
Church meet in Sunday School !careened across to the grounds of weekend guests of their parents that have been Elementary School. visited his grandparents, Mr. and I Crosby is suffering with
Friday night, Jan. 21, Miss I II repeated daily for Talent throughout the will I Mrs. Green Ir a very bad infection in his
county at Raiford
I. building 8 p. m. :the. Inn, hitting a big tree head-on. :Mr. and Mrs. Ge.orge Phelps I, almost 200 years. One of his best particiuate Sunday: eye.
Gladys Beckett, on furlough from Riding with the driver was C. E. and their grandmother, Mrs. E. "Lost time is including, The Water- afternoon.Mr. Thought for the. week: "What
I Wednesday Prayer Meeting never found again, oak
Nigeria. West Africa, will present 7:30 p. m.Thursday. Powell of 363 Palmetto St., Florence Van R. Ketchum, at Lake Swan. and what we call time enough Grove.Elementary A School of Pleasant and Mrs. Clyde Hughey of I.I ever is worth doing at all is worth
will be doing welL"NOTICE
group
her work with slides at the presented I Gainesville
and Mrs. Williamson of
Junior Choir practice S. C. Judge always proves little enough." from the recent production were visiting her parents
Tabernacle. Mr. Tindell was taken by ambulance East Aurora N. Y. have just concluded by the the B. M. McRae's Sunday. I
3:30 p. m.Methodist PTA and Hobby Club Chit Chat supervisor, "Vegetable Brownies." TO APPEAR
I to St. Vincent's Hospital in I a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Brooker Mrs. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas U Circuit Coart. Bradford CoBBtr
Elementary School PTA the sponsor of this Florid !. Chsarvrr.
ALL TIMS OF Church Jacksonville, where his condition Jack Haberstroh at their home on: met Friday, Jan. 14, at New River talent show, is asking the complete and family of _Brooker, and Mr. Henry L. Maree. Plaintiff. vs. Laura
was pronounced good Sunday Lake Geneva and are now in Or Methodist Church. .President cooperation of all members and Mrs. H. H. Lewis were dinnergue.sts Maree, Defendant.
PEST CONTROL morning. Mr. Powejl was only l lando. and of Mr. and Mrs. W. Votlr. Case No. 10-810
Sunday Church School 9:45a. Mabry greeted the group after the'opening friends in this effort to build C. Conner To Appear.
slightly injured. The car said to bea Mrs. F. II. Rutledge has been and _up the Sunday. To: Laura Maree. whose residence
m. Morning Worship 11 a. m., presented the principal L- money for completing the i and address is: 687 Madison Ave.
TERMITES total wreck. visiting for several weeks in Daytona Alma Moffett ''construction of the Edwin :McRae nue, Elizabeth, New
topic "How to Get Rid of Prejudice who in turn\ new church. of Green Cove Jersey, c/o Mrs.
Household Commercial ." Recreation Time 5:30'p.. m.I John Piambo, football forecasteron Beach and taking care of presented the county supervisor in New Bethel Baptist Church will Springs and Arley McRae of University :I. Antonio You are Jose.Hereby notified that
the Dick Stratton TV Football their business there. She will return hold 4
1 GROVE SPRAYING Fellowship Supper for Intermediates a demonstration of flower making. regular services on Sunday L of Florida were visiting suit. for
News, was here Sunday morningwith this week to Rutledge Fishing Materials beginning their Divorce
[ used with
parents and
were wood fibre Sunday
School grandparents,
CaD for estimate and Seniors, 6:15 p. m. War at 1 baa been filed against you In the
Mr. Powell to pick up personal Camp, Lake Geneva. Chinese rain 9:30: with Julius the J. W. and aboTe
ship Service for MYF Groups, 6:45p. : paper, and simple I Royal in charge. H. M. McRae's Monday named Court and cause and
Florida Pest Control' effects of his and Mr. Tin- Mr. and Mrs. Donald King of Kleenex. Watch for The County Teachers Association afternoon. you are required to serve a copy vr
Service 7:30
your
m. Evening p. m., announciw answer or pleading to the
& Chemical Co. topic "The Wonderful Jesus." den's. New Castle, Pa. have been visiting ment,of the next meetIng. ill have charge of the services I Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Raulersonof ) complaint on the Plaintiff
Association Meeting in Daytona Beach and stoppedby Thurston Elementary School held at 3 p.m. Frances Jenkins, secretary Jacksonville and the H. M. M C- Attorney Gerald R. Hart, 102
2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 6055 Tuesday WSCS Prayer croup, The monthly meeting of the to see their friends, Wm. R. its Hobby Club on :Monday night of the group, will have charge. Rae's visited Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith, Building, Jacksonville, FlorIda -

Gainesville FIa. 9:30 a. m. Wesleyan Service Guild, Lake Brooklyn Association was Walker and C. E. Miller. and ;regular P.T.A. before the of the program organization. Dorman at Sanderson Sunday a 1- if and file the original In the office
the Clerk
7:30 p. m.'Wednesday. held Sat., Jan. 15, at 3 p. m. in the Mrs. C. B. Roberts, motherhe basketball game on Jan. 17. The Audio-Visual Aids ternoon. or before the of the Circuit Court on

: Children's Bible Woman's Club building with 35 Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell 'group was quite pleased with the The Health Department of Bradford We are so thankful for the much' 31 day of January, 1955;
Story Hour, 3:30 p. m. Bible Study members of this misfortune to break her collar ho neat.' tendance otherwise the aiieyatiutis es said
Purpose and
present. the activities conDucted County provided two films for needed rain that fell Sunday night Complaint will be taken as con-
STOP and Prayer, 7:30 p. m. organization is the. improvementof which is now in a cast. We are I by Benton Cambridge, the children this week. They will and Monday. eased by you.

It Is dangerous le lei caugh I Thursday Youth Choir rehearsal general health and living conditions glad to report that she is improving coach, and B. J. Lennon, teacher b e shown in all the school centers Evening dinner guests of the B.at nce This each notice week ihall for four be published eonsecntlve -

from common cold hang on 6:30 p. m. Chancel Choir around Lake Brooklyn, a right along. [of first grade. by the supervisor, Ozora Johnson. McRaes Tuesday were Rev. Telegraph.weeks In the Bradford County
rehearsal. 7:30 p. m. strictly residential lake. Much interest Mrs. Arthur Ruscher R. J. E. Hobby Club "Cell and Mrs.
Chronic bronchitis may develop if was expected will meet Growth, a film on cancer, Alton Dobbs and family Dated this 27 day of December
your couth,chest cold,or acute bronchitis and exchange of ideas and by plane Wednesday from [each second and fourth Thursday, and "Man, Alive," a cartoon ill ru and mother, Mrs. Inez Kelly, all [1 154.OFFICIAL.
is not treated. Get Creomulsioa CHURCH OF CHRIST the business-like methods of its New York City. according to President Dell, This stration. All parents and of Starke. ( Clerk SEAL) Charles A. Darby
of the
quiet and nseudirected.It soothes raw C. L Overturf Jr., Minister officers mean sound: progress and Mrs. M. M. Sargent has returned means after the second and fourth are invited to attend these patrons showings Saturday night visitors of Mr. By Marian U Crosby Deputy Circuit Court.Clerk.

throat and chest membranes, loosensand Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. success in their efforts to maintain -. from St. Vincent's Hospital and. Sunday of each month we expect if it is convenient. Check- and Mrs. T. N. Norman and son, 12/31 4t 1/21
helps expel
germy phlegm,mildly
relixes systemic tension and aids Morning Worship 7:30 11 a. m. Evening desirable surroundings. The: is doing as well as can be expected. interested persons to come out and with your principals. Gerald, were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon .-- = _. .::::.:_' :-: -=_ ,.
Worship m. -
nature fight the cause of irritation. p. Association now has 150 members. work with the group. All personspresent Sports Sapp and sons, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. c -

a Creomnlsioa is guaranteed to pleas Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 Dues ar $1 per year, beginning in Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Carpenterand at the last meeting told R. J. E. girls and boys basketball Sapp and sons, all of Heill>ronn.
you or druggist refunds money.CREOMUL'SION. c. m. June. The will little about things teams
next meeting be Debbie are nicely situated they were makingand are doing a nice job so COLONIAL

I Radio program, "Old Paths"each held the regular third SaturdayFeb. in the Dye's home on Lake shared "the know how" with.far They have only one loss to TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTBAYLESS '

Sunday 9 a. In. Station ( 19)) in the Woman's Club at Geneva. Mr. Carpenter is the sonof others. One of the most interesting date. The boys are coached
by
MfiitM Ctvihii Cfcttf CoUt Acit IrwKUiK .
WDVH. 3 p. m.Attend. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Carpenterand observations was given by Elmer Schell and the girls by Inez FLORISTFLOWERS

Meeting brother of Van Carpenter at Pauline Marshall who described Butler. The next home game will HIM'

I The Clay County Council of the LaCresta Apartments. He is how she made the costume bed be on Jan. 24 with Green Cove

Juvenile Delinquency met at the working on his Ph. D. at the University ; doll. It is truly a thing of beauty Springs.HAMPTON. by Mrs. 0, C.; CrosbyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

auditorium in the elementary of Florida. Visit the next hobby club meeting]

i school at Green Cove Springs at We are. glad to welcome to our at R. J. E. on Thursday, Jan. 27, '.TTTT TTTTn "YYTY1 For All Occasions ,

REVIVALFIRST the call of Gov. Collins. Mrs. Edward community Mr. and Mrs. W. C. [at 8 p.m.CountyWide. [Church News PHONE t

S. Beebe represented the PTA Byron of Edgewater, Md., who are Community Sleeting Rev. H. C. Martin tilled his

and Mrs. John S. Detweiler the located in the Christopher proper County-wide community meetIng I regular appointment at Bayless

[Wo man's Club of Keystone Heights. ty in Lake View Highlands. We will make its third appearance by Sirs. Highway Sunday morning and eve (j)
Wm.
Get-Acquainted Tea are also glad that Mrs. Byron's' en Sunday, Jan. 23, at New W. Ilammond.AAAAAA.&AA.A.A.AAAAAA .ning. A large crowd attended both

BAPTIST I All women of the community health is steadily improving and Bethel Baptist Church at 3 p.m. & :,services.

CHURCHin d winter residents are cordially that they are well pleased with sharp. This is a presentation of Mrs. The associational mass meeting

vited to attend a Get-Acquainted our town and later on will be the Bradford County Teachers at her Jessie Chastain entertained met with Bayless Highway Church DISH GARDENS

STARKE FLA. Tea at the. Woman's Club on building a home here. Association, C. C. Anderson, Farewell home Friday evening at I a last l Tuesday night with over 200
,
[

Thursday, Jan. 27, from 3 to 5> p. It is always nice to see the [president. So far we have visited Party honoring her ttending. A lovely inspirational POTTED* PLANTS
The two school communities and made granddaughter, Sue, who will be meeting
was
m. Richard
Community Church women Clapp family who are now moving to enjoyed. Refreshments POTTERY
will be hostesses. at the White Feather Court and quite a financial as well as educational Sanford this week. were served by the host
Games
CONTINUED THRU TUES. JAN. 25 Personal Items have, been Keystone resident's for contribution. Since there were played and refreshments church. Flowers WiredAnywhere
are so many churches in were served to Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Harold New ins many years. They have been visiting Starkewe : about 20 Florence Martin of Lawtey
have sold their home on Brooklyn their daughter in Seattle and are asking for a greater repre young people. spent Wednesday night! with Pansy
DAILY 7:30 P. M. sentation.
Bay to Mr. and Mrs. Gage and expect to be in Keystone this win We do not believe in Mr. and :Mrs. Lester McCullough Crosby.

will make their home .in Gaines ter.Woman's. Please taxation without representation. and daughter, Lucile, entertained The revival meeting will begin Nona St. Starkeowss
vill e. Club Activities come and be a represent- Saturday evening at a birthday at Bayless Highway on Feb. 6.
Mr. and Mrs. W. The tive for your church so that you party honoring their daughter Rev. G. E. Cutshaw
Rev. Pat \ B. Belote and Keystone Heights Woman's will be the
Wimberly Evangelist may reap the benefits. Iris
Rev. on her 14th
family of Palatka have moved to Club is planning a bake sale to beheld Roosevelt Dell birthday. Twenty -
the Cole home in Lake View High Saturday, Feb. 5, at the i post native son of Bradford guests were present. Games werepla'ed .
County, teacher
lands. Mr. Belote has purchasedthe office from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. of Social around a huge fire and refreshments -
Studies That's
OF GAINESVILLE. FLA. at R.J.E. High School Our Business
and
Canova Rexall Drug Store and The program-luncheon meeting. were served. Iris received -
pastor of the
the new name will be Belote B exw ill be held at the club house 1 on t. Augustine Methodist, will be Church L at many nice gifts. If It's Glass We Have IU!

all Store. He was formerly associated Tuesday, Jan. 25, at 1 p.m. This I speaker. Music will be the furnished guest Mr. and Mrs. Bunny Prevatt and I CALL WRITE or VISIT

with AckermanStewartDrug will be a covered dish luncheon by the Mrs. Callahan of Bladenboro, N.

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Song Leader Store in Palatka. with members /bringing their own under Bra-Co the Philharmonic direction of Society E. C., visited their cousins, Mr. and L Joe Peters Glass Co.
E.
C. E. Miller and Wm. R. Walker, table service. Hostesses are: Mrs. Minott, other musical Mrs. T. J. Perry recently.Mr. .

MRS. L. A. CANOVA, Director of Music I[who have been winter residents Emery'Irs.Cooper Eddie, chairman, assistedby |may include the Female selections Sextette, and Mrs. Rome Andrews< FOR ANY GLASS NEED

for many years, are comfortably, Raynor, Mrs. Wra. soloist and group from were business callers in Starke I We Design Modern Store Fronts
located at the home of Frank' Lee, and Mrs. L. E. Harris. An Lawtey Thursday.
i Training School. The general pub, Just Mail Us A Pattern for
Stitchbury on Lawrence BouIv' rd. i interesting program has been arranged .lic is cordially invited. .Wesley Griffin was a Business A
I :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stehle of Hawthorne :[ by the program chairman, 'CHURCH NEWS caller in Table Tops

N. J. are now living in Mrs. J. C. Detweiler, and her committee : The church is morning. Gainesville Saturday 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone 2-4353
Bible Good their members, Mrs. F. O. Clark responsible for
Preaching Singing attractive and
-- home newly completed and Miss Cleva Carson. W E. leacmng the fundamentals of religion Miss Shirley Jackson of Starke
on Oriole and Cy to children and their called on Mrs. William Hammond
Parramore of the General par-
Sts. Exten-

press Mr. and Mrs. H. B. McElrathhave !on sion"Art Division, U of F, will speak of ents.the It worst seems criticisms to me a that person one Saturday Mr. and a.Mrs.m. Lester McCulloughwere ARE YOU SHORT ON CASH?
Display and
been visiting their son Hunter Design.1tAt could make of another is that of business callers in Palatka BUYA
EVERYONE WELCOME the Jan. 11 business
and family in Frederick, Md. meeting rendering
service to the church Saturday.Mr. SIX
: plans were made for MONTHS
AUTO
a Civic Events POLICYCUT
Clinton Burton is I in the
now operating community where and Mrs.
the I Night to which the public Is In- one has John E. Hammondof
new Sinclair Oil Station on The elected to earn his daily bread. [ Crystal Lake entertained at dinner -
o' 0 o. Ivited. speaker, Sgt. Jack E.
1_ o' ."_0 .r Road been 100 in Keystone Heights. He Evatt, will discuss his experiences "Train up a child in the way he Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. ;YOUR PREMIUM IN HALF
has a resident home-owner should go ." Suffer little children Hammond and ALSO RECEIVE A
with the Armed Forces in Formosaand daughter, Willow DIVIDEND
and business man for many years other war theatres. to come unto me and forbid I Ruth, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester
ere and we wish him well in his The Social them not" These Searle.

hd hn ew venture. I Mrs. Ed Activities Dwyer as Committee chairman, ,with assisted mind us that God is holding words re us Jesse Peoples! and Hammer Lott CONNER INSURANCE AGENCY

Mrs. Wm. Siprelle left last Fri responsible for the children of Stewart
by Mrs. Jack Huberetroth of r Miss., have accepted
ay by plane for Dayton, Ohio, to I,Mrs. Thos. Southerland, and Mrs., this generation. If we allow them positionS the B. T. Thomas saw 129 W. Call St. Phone 285
REVIVAL- her son, Dale, and daughter- to grow up without
[Ann James, is arranging a social knowing that I millMr.
Jeanine; and the occasion God is our Father Christ .
how is and Mrs.
and our J. W.
refreshments after the Home and .
Redeemer CO ._ .
new grandson. and man 0 ._ ___
lecture.l everywhere is Miss Betty Co. C
Formal opening of theub'a Durling visited Rev.
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Tony Ness of Seattle Wash our brother, their blood -- -- '-
is I through Merle Packham at ---
1c library, Riverside Hospital
sponsored and staffed -
,
future ,
_
his mother-in-law wars_ win.._ h. 'n h 'U
Mrs.I by members, will be made at this w u nill U3. II Sunday afternoon also Miss

I Constance Barnhill, at the. Barn- this time. Mrs. Emory Cooper, generation of children grow Durling's father, Charlie Durling, FACTORY FACTORY

hill Fishing Camp on Santa Fe chairman, with volunteer help, up with godless views of life!, at Southside Rest Home Miss Dur- '

BOATDRAIN BAPTISTs I .for an indefinite stay. Mrs. has been working many hours we God adults will be to blame. When ling carried her father a birthdaycake. APPROVED ENGINEERED

i says that the bass arechooling getting the books catalogued and directed gave us these children he He was 86 years old Monday SERVICE'
in Santa Fe and that I us to rear them for him Jan.
repaired. Many new books have 17, and is looking fine. PARTS
many fishermen are making limit}I also been purchased through the by training them inv tile3.y\ Miss Alva Fowler and daughter,

CHURCH catches. State Library, and there is a fine I they should go! by teaching them Sue, are visiting her sister-in-law,

We are glad to see Mrs. Casey collection of children's books. Thisis that all of us are helpless without I Mrs. Cecil Melvin at Brooker. Washing Painting
God; by Repairing Reconditioning
back home and teaching them that ,
we are
recovering nicely only one more of the civic serv- God's Hollan Payne has been very ill
after a stay in Blunt Memorial ices that the Woman's Club is agents in the world. with virus. Wrecker Service

BEGINNING MON. JAN. 24 Hospital, Maryville, Tenn. and .extending to the public. children.The hope of the world is in our Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon are

l last but not least, "the law", Mr. The Welfare Committee Chair- We need more Sunday spending sometime in Pompano

Casey, back among us and in his man, Mrs. Elbert Altman, last School meetings of children and visiting relatives. BRAKE TIRES IGNITION

t more weekday groups of religious Mrs. J. G. Adkins Is confined to TESTING AND STARTER

: month established blood her home with virus. BRAKE
a bank TUBES GENERATOR
I for Keystone residents. W. A. Forsyth of Dundee spent LINING
Twentytwo -
; To Our Friends And Customers pints of blood are now available I-.. the weekend with his brother, Joe FENDER) SALES BATTERIES

I, and anyone needing 1lood.: Forsyth and family.Mr. REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL

REV. G. E. CUTSHAWEvangelist In Keystone Heights And Vicinity may contact Mrs. Altman or the I and Mrs. C C. Cannon were BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE

i club president, Mrs. F. P. Egan. i in Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. .
I
On Feb. 3-4 the Keystone Lions and Mrs.- Edward Feagle of
We wish to announce the opening of our new business State Complete Lubrication
will sponsor a "Womanless Wed Farm were Saturday night Service

Burton Sales & Service the new Sinclair Service ding" at the Woman's Club at dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. -

Station on Highway 100 in Keystone Heights. We 8 p.m. for the benefit of the Marchof George Saxon. DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS

J Dimes. Mrs. Elbert Altman, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth, W.
0 appreciate the wonderful business you have given us Reconditioned Used Cars and Tracks
[president of the Lioness Club and 0. Forsyth, Mrs. Ina Knight andson

in the past years at our former location Burton's Gar- [Welfare Chairman of the Woman's Ronnie, were Sunday guests of We Can Arrange Financing On Major

REV. C. E. HARRIS Pastor age, and hope to continue serving you at our new Club, will serve as director. Admission Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Southerland ofNew Repairs
will be adults $I, children River.
Station. 50 cents. HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

The Woman's Club Board of WOODLAWN MISSIONARY

EVERYONE WELCOME BURTON SALES & SERVICE Directors and Executive Committee BAPTIST CHURCH 600 Temple Ave. i
f Phone
69
will meet at the club on 10 a.m. Sunday School, 11 ajn. | fH

Tuesday, Feb. 1, at 2 p.m. The preaching. 6:15 BTU 6:43 prayer

I CLINTON BURTON Phone Keystone 9353 regular business meeting of the service 7 o'clock song services. YOUR DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALERc

',club will be held Tuesday Feb 8, 7:30 evening services.A. .

at 1 p.m. E. Massey, pastor. ..fL 1idt. _






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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA
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Woodman's Circle 'Woodman's Circle convention in Baptist Circles Held I St. Mark's Elect and file the original In the office of
Jacksonville Jan. 27. The meeting the Clerk of the Circuit Court You are required to appear on I: Tills notice Dull W published 1955.

Meets Tuesday Night will bet held in the Magnolia Hall, Meetings This WeekThe New Vestrymen before otherwise the 21 the day of February. on 1955 or; February earned Court 21, and 1955, cause.in the wherein above :o iive each: week for four coniecutlvi (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. BarbJ

220 E. Monroe St. Jacksonville.The Complaint will be allegations of said plaintiff seeks divorce. I weeks in the Bridford County Tele Clerk of the Circuit Court
Members of the ForestWoodmens taken as confess Bradford County Telegram shall : graph. By Marian L C-osby. Deputy Clerk.
Supreme
meeting will begin at 2 o'clock regular business and pro- Members of St. Mark's Episcopal ed by you. publish this Order In next four !! Dated this IS day of January 121 4t 1. '

W. Circle will meet in the ,with a dinner in the banquet hall gram meeting of the First Baptist I church congregation held their I,once This each notice week shall for be four published weekly issues. T___,_'"'-_ 1 -
O. W. hall Tuesday evening. consecu Witness my hand and official
'Jan. 25 at I at 6 o'clock. All members are WMU was held Tuesday at the. annual dinner Thursday evening of tive week in the Bradford County seal at StarkeHFlorida, this January
7:30 o'clock for their Telegraph
last week in the Parrish House to 1 5. 1955.
regular meeting with the president urged to attend Tuesday eveningto church, beginning with a covered elect vestrymen for the; new ;year. 1955.Dated this day of January (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby INKIER% ELECTRIC SERVICEGet

Mrs. T. C. Chastain presid make further plans. dish luncheon at noon. The Dora (OFFICIAL i As Clerk of said Court
SEAL
Reports from the church ) Charles A.
organizations Darby '
By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
ing. Hostesses for the Tuesday evening Alderman Circle, with Mrs. James were given and the following Clerk of the Circuit Court Charles R. Hess :204 Guaranty Life Set For the Better Fall
By Marian
During the business meeting, meeting will be Mrs. W. L. Lewis, leader, was in charge. Rev. vestrymen were. elected: Joe L. Crosby, Deputy 1/21 4t Clerk 1/11 Building. for Jacksonville Plf. 1/21 Florida.4t i 11 j jAttYI. Programs Now Coming: on ellll .W.

plans will be made to attend the Andrews and Mrs. T. C. Chastaip. Pat Wimberley, Gainesville evan Sistrunk. Dr. T. G. hUtch Mack -
NOTICE TO APPKAR NOTICE TO APPEAR .
gelist, gave the second in a series Futch John Powell Kenneth Gri- In Circuit Court. Bradford County lit Circuit Court. Bradford COBBI

of studes: of the. "Pathway of Our der, Herbert Thomas, James Black- Florida IB Chancery. Florida! !a Chancery- ; j
- shear and Milo Seigler. Matty Story Deaton Plaintiff vs. Dolly Mae Marion, Plaintiff. vs. ; RADIO
d" during the hour.
noon
LorA Charles L. Deaton. Defendant. Frank Marion. Defendant. \ 1
short business session washeld Delegates for the Diocesan Convention Case 'so. 10-S9 Case No. 10-830 \ -Y
Notice To Appear Notice To Appear "
in Jacksonville ,
held AND
EI RANCHO with Mrs. Lex Green, WMU Jan. To: Charles L. Deaton whose To: Prank Marion whose residence -I -- .
president, presiding. Plans were 25 to 27 were also elected: John residence and address is: 114 East and address Is: Unknown. [1-
Powell. Joe Sistrunk. Glen Duke, Laurel Street. Florence, South Car- '' You are hereby notified ttat C .
I TELEVISIONSales
made for the; luncheons to be held olina. 'I' suit for _
and :Milo
Siegler. Alternates Ken-
: Divorce '
1
each noon hour for all membersand You are hereby notified that I > <: ,
iieth Grider. Charles Futch, Mack for divorce a oas been filed against you in the 117inch L-l: r I'"
RestaurantUnder visitors during the forthcoming above named Court and cause and 'V!' I
Futch and James has been filed against In
Blackshear. you tht
revival. Mrs. Garl Mathews above named Court and you are required to serve a copy of ;
cause and
your answer or pleading to the TVMahogany
.losed the business session with you are required to serve a copy of complaint on the PlalntlU'f 773.95 and Service
your answer or pleading f> the com 100
John L. Gaskins Attorney J Donald Gibson
prayer. plaint
on the PlaIntiff' Attorney
Smith Building, Jacksonville Fla.,
CflSspSssnttSSSSSflSSflAStflSS
rrsss-rrs. Snee
New Management :Mrs. E. C. Priest Samuel W. Getzen P. O. Box and file the original In the office of
program Dies In Westconnett I 81, Gainesville Floridaand .he Clerk of tko Circuit Court ont 224 N. Temple PHONE 166 Starke, Florida
chairman presented the program file the 1- :
original In the office of before the
with devotional conducted by Mrs. John L. Gaskins. a former resi- : the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I 21 day of February, 1955; ,, ..
or before the 21 day of of aaicComnlaint
_
February, otherwise the allegations:
Jesse Newsome. Others taking dent of Bradford died 1955,, I --
County, at ; otherwise the allegations ot will Pe taken as confess-
part on the program were Mrs. J. his home in Wesconnet Sunday said Complaint will be taken as I by you i I

R. Chambers, Mrs. Dora Alderman,,I after a long illness. He was born I confessed This notice by you.shall be putnuheo ""d Sell It Rent It Trade

Try Our Mrs. Ada Alexander. and Mrs. S. In Bradford County on Dec. 8, once each week for foui consecutive

E. Sparks. and was the son of the late. 1889'1 weeks in the Bradford County Tele I FILL DIRTGOOD

Sixty-five members attended I and Roxie Gaskins. He graph.Dated this 15 day of January, WITH\ A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

this meeting.The Bradford County until 1940 whenhe L 1955. RICH I I

HICKORY SMOKED moved to Westconnett. OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)the Miartes Circuit A. Darb Court) I Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place

Ethel Biggs Circle met Surviving are his wife Lena By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk TOP SOILSee
JO WORDS OR .
LESS. ONE INSERTION .
Tuesday night, Jan. 4, at the home: :Murrtree Gaskins: one daughter. 1/21 4t 1/11 50e

of Mrs. E. B. Searing with Mrs. J. Mrs. Gertrude Fountain of Wes.: I la The Circuit Court ot Bradford EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2cHKCQtAT
tountf, Florida. la Chancery. I OF IS PER CK\T 0\ TWO OR
D. HOUR
BAR-B-0 I Doyle as co-hostess. The meet connett; two sons Lacy Gaskins I Ruth Lynch Schaffer Plaintiff vs. INSERTIONS
'
ing was presided over by the leader of Salem Oreg., and George Gask. Donald L. Schaffer Defendant. ; BILL JACKSON :ae ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS %OT PUD IN ADVAXCE1IEUORIAMS.

Mrs. A. R Norman and was ins of Lawtey; one brother H. F. Case No. 10-818
Order Of Publication Aad NoticeTo
opened with prayer by Mrs. Guyee. Gaskins of Barlow: ; and several t Appear State Of Florida Toi Jackson Transfer Company CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per LineCOUNT

Following classical neices and nephews. Donald L. Schaffer, whose residence
a piano 165 5
Phone WORDS
TO
ALSO OUR and address is: Fasron 77, I ( EACH LINE)
sob by Burge Searing. the devotional Funeral services will be con Piv. 1Z: c/o F.P.O.. New York, New I

was given by Mrs. J. D. Sey I ducted Saturday morning at 11 L York. II'OHU'uaC're ranch with

mour. The program chairman Mrs. 'ajn. at the graveside by Elder I running: stream cattle barn poultry 60 ACRES Improved pasture. (30

I U.) S. CHOICE STEAKS EL A. Hall was assisted by Mrs. Louie Crawford in Dyal Cemetery I I bearing houses pecan, 2 bedroom tre.'onderful house, 5)0 numerous bearing pecan out trees.buildings t dwellings, water,

Kate Sheppard. near Starke. for a retiring couple. Located 1 supply plentiful with auto. eiec
mile off Highway 301 between pumps. $%5.000. Write C Letsch.
After a short business session Starke and Gainesville. Fla. Also R 2, Box 51. Starke (ft-adford
refreshments were served Youth Rally I Held 81-acres! good truck fatm or Co.
by Mrs. MONEYFor ranch running stream and pond. tfchg

Searing and Mrs. Doyle. 36 pecan trees masonry building LET J. D. OI>Ott. JR
A sensational triple-feature pro 40x80. Nile Club with 10 hotel HANDLE: YOl'R
rooms attached. V mderful location -
gram is announced this week for for bupper cijb. Located CATTLE AND HOGS
II
_
J. Maurice Edwards MethodistVSCS SALES
the Tri-County Youth Rally inthis I 3 miles. from Starke, Fla. Both Line Oak Each Wednesday
,ties must be sold. Owner
OWNER MANAGER Has Regular Meeting area. The service will be held that help you need, see Marion props leaving town. Other business out .ah..lle Each Friday tfLAHGE
at Park-of-the-Palms auditorium of state. Contact Eaton Jordan. I'
Finance Co. Inc. Gainesville.
at I'h 333. 407 N. Cherry St., Starke
Mrs. E. K. Perryman, president starting at 7:15 p.m. Saturday. }o'la. 4tp %/11 I HOME
of the Methodist WSCS. presidedat I The featured film "God of the Those friendly people are there, especially CHEAP FOR SALE

the regular and business -! Atom," was produced by the to help with cash those who are in PUtT TIME
program ,
9150 1:00: Mo.No NICE SEVEN
': .,'.'. ;. ,'" ': -:- ',' ;:-. ',' '. :;: : .'. meeting :Monday afternoonat I science department of Moody Bible need of $25.00 to $300.00> Monthly Budget Selling. Service- and deliver LOT NEARLY ROOM ACRE HOUSE ON CHERRY ON-

Institute in collaboration Loans 30 Loans. established route in Starke. Must STREET JN HEART
three o'clock in the church sanctuary. with the on Payday day have OF
car good references and $795 TOWN OK STARKE.
The Oldest TV Dealer In U. S. Government. A Singspira- Call Marion Finance Co. and make cash. Secured by inventory on CHEAP BY OWNER FOR APPLY SALB AT
ion: with Scotty and Jane in your money back guarantee. Could befull GUMBER-S GULF STATION,
Mrs. H. H. Adams and Mrs. Much: arge, will follow the application. Then Corns" in, and get the time later. Write, giving i NORTH OF STARKE HIGHWAY
Bradford County lard Judd had charge of the program picture. name address and phone or time 301, JAX HIGHWAY tfchg
Kenneth Masteller, D.D., pastor Cash in one trip. you will be home, to R. M. Cooper
and devotional for the afternoon
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iSGOO Auburn Rd. Jacksonville 7.
SERVICING ANY MAKE RADIO OR TV using as their subject "The ,of Haddon Heights Baptist Church, The Credit requirements are very Florida. Up LOST-Sunday night, three BOWS
N. J., will speak on the subject. and four pigs black. yellow and
Family The Steward of the liberal. FOR SALE-Forty fenced for spotted
acres iiiiiard
'The Secret of Clean Griffis, Rt 1,
Christian Life." Living. cow pasture. Five room house. Box 183 Starke. lip
I Masteller has been pastor of this lights running water. fruit trees
FORGUARANTEED In addition to the program, Miss large church for 15 Is pecan trees. 1320 ft. hiway front- FOR S.\LE-13 acres of land most
,
Rhoda Berthasall worker years a MARION FINANCE COMPANY I age. l i miles South East of ly timberland. Over 2.000 feet
youth faculty member of PhiladelphiaBible !Starkp' S.C. Geiger. Up frontage on U. S. 301 south of

from Lakeland gave an interesting Institute, and has a youth I Starke. Large dwelling. One

I report.on the Fourth Assemblyof :organization in his church with 218 West University Ave. acre landscaped.around the Write house nicely
FI A. J. Thomas Starke Fla. Box 1031
the WSCS held ,
in Milwaukeein
an Starke Fla.
average Sunday night attendance Phone 5333 P. 0. Box 446 tip I/U

DEPENDABLE May last year. Miss Berthasallwas in youth meetings of more Gainesville HAS FOR RENT-Two bedroom furnished

a delegate to the assembly so than 200. I FOR SALE apartment. Apply Shepherds! -
I
she first hand Radio and TV Shop.
gave information. b'rovidence. I tfchg
I -I-- ._ .. .
:\ Modern Home IB Saratoga
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Plans -- -----
AND
were discussed for the
FOR
IL :: P ChurchThe Height la Marke 4 lane highway XT-Cottage four rooms
proposed study course. "The Master and pa ted mtrttt lead lax furnished. Trailer space; with
I to SubditUlon. VA and FHA s wage connections. 305 West
Calleth Thee. Mrs. C. D. Williams MadIson.
QUICK Old Providence Baptist financing available. Small down 1 tn
will teach the course. New payment and rout talent monthly
Church of Providence will have FOR RENT
a -Unfurnished
payment all that required. I bedroom -
SERVICE barbecue supper on the church RATE Oiin your own home and paT fur apartment. Also furnished

RCA Victor 17-inch : Recent BirthMr. grounds at 6 p. m. on Thursday, LOW It like rent. one desirable bedroom location.apartment 201 W.Close Jladltfchsr in-

Trent. Lowest priced RCA Jan. 27.The Very nice home with modern Bon.

Victor TV. Cabinet 30% and Mrs. Curtis G. Edwards proceeds will go to the finishing convenience at Klngiley Lake, BUT YOUR
house partly furnUhed dock.drr..laj ANNUALS
tmatler than prior models. PHONE nnounce the arrival of a daugh-- of the Marke: Nursery. now at
new church. Plates ; rooms, dining a.a. boat Ready for plantIng -
Ebony finish. Matching"Roll t er, Rhonda Marie on Friday, Jan. will be $1 each. Capital Stock Protection .ou.... Beautiful lot extending tions. Stock pinks cornflowers carna
Around" stand on from lake to bighwar. Priced hollyhocks lark-
7, at the Park spur,
Orange Hospital.Mrs. right for quirk: ale. pansies etc. Phone 158.\v.
sheets available! ', extra. Edwards will be remembered >OTICK OF I\TE.\TIO\ I itchg 1/28
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Model 175450. 239 TO DISSOLVE CORPORATIONSNotice Mee modern hone, 7 acre land.
as the former Miss Velmarie is hereby given under the AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY INSURANCE 3 nile of Mark. LOST-Pair of glasses In blue felt .
Dukes. provisions of Chapter 16880. Lawsof case' near St. Edward's Catholic
$159. I Florida Acts of 1935 to each ofthe Beautiful 3H acre home alt, on Church last Saturday. Finder
corporations listed below theme $5,000 to 10,000 Bodily Injury pated hlghnay 2 miles of Please return to Bradford County
., being under thelaws Marke. Telegraph or :.Irll. E.
a incorporated L. Matthw8. -
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of Florida and according to ____f__ Phone 1%. lip
the records of the Secretary of 20 acre pecan farm substantial
FREE ESTIMATESWE W. C. T. U. State, each and every such corporation $5,000 Property Damage home, modern convenience FOR SALE-Ideal business site 3
appear delinquent for three miles North of Starke. Inquire at
(3) years or more in the filing of 23 acre home kite Join paied Ellis Groc., store or write to Box
GUARANTEE YOUR PICTURE AT FIRST AND AT LAST. reports and payment of taxes under FOR A 6 road 2 mile of Starke. 53-C. Rt. Starke Fla. :tp 1/28
$9.95 AT FIRST IT MAY SEEM F the provisions of Chapter 14677 As Low
Laws of Florida Acts of 1931 and I os For these and ether bargain I. RUBBER STAMPS. SIGNATURE
TUBE FOR ONE FULL YEAR PLEASANT TO DRINK, TO FOLLOW that under the provisions of said $9 MONTHS real estate ape Stamps Daters made to order. One
TIlE CROWD AND NOT Chapter 16880. Acts of 1935 Lawsof I day Service. Florida Rubber
Florida said corporations have As. Stamp Co.. 915 Hendrlcks Ave..
SEEM "QUEER": TO GET A been classed as subject to dissolution POLICYIF A. J. THOMASREALTOR Jacksonville. Fla.
CHAS. C. SHEPHERD SEEMING LIFT FROM: TilEGLSS. and that three (3) months
after date of this publication each YOU QUALIFY.sssflSSSSSSSSSStS CARPENTER WORK-Block work
TO IL-\VE A GAY TIME and every of such corporations Hat' wiring. plumbing, roofing:, siding
BUT READ HERE: d below that have not in the mean 804 Temple Ate. Telephone Zit sprouting and cement work.
"AT'LASIt
filed their reports due and Write C. A. Sorrell, c/o Bradford
RADIO TV SEAT COVERS IT BITETII UKE A SERPENT, paid tax due under the provisions of r -rASS SSS4 r r Starke, Florida County Telegraph. Up i/2g

I AND STLVGETII UKE AN Al)- Chapter 14677. Acts of 1931. Lawsof ASK US TODAY IIITTHTXSO.VS
Phone 239 Starke Fla. Florida as amended, will be certified -- REPAIR SHOP
UER. PROVERBS 23:32. Cor.
: to the Governor who will issue sssrsSS.t ssrS nrrfl.tflSSSSSJflII. Temple Ave. and izth St.
(TilE NATIONAL VOICE.) Proclamation at that time dissolving sEE THIS CHEAT DISPLAY OFAZALEAS CnmrnerC'lal and Domestic. Re-
said corporations. frlgerators. stoves. Water Heat
II II' BllADFOKD COUNTY all sizeshGInch : ers Appliances of all kinds re
Bradford County Development Enterprises C. WALL AGENCYPhone SUe tlM Do..aU..o paired Heating systems and
25r, 50c. electric
inc., Starke. 75e ft.tIO. JIJVO, $2.'PdEach wiring. Telephone 337-W
and Day
or
--, ._- --- d. ,-.. _H .. ... unseal Laboratories Inc., Starke.Tuck's IIE'EUEREZLE.Cp .' Night. 2tp 1/21

.l }Mi R o a rh ;, P. D. Q.Pro'en of It this Is Auto further notice Cafe directed be Inc.published.,Starke.that a copy onetime 146 O Pauline.\niKN: Earle S. .MRSERT Collln HELP WANTED

P. O. Box 1G8, Earlefoa, Fla.
f in the Pradford County Telegraph 200 E. Call St. Starke, Fla.
; } / ilWJ l tf
: : Dependable Quirk a newspaper published in MECHANICWith
n. .._ .... ... ._. .. _. '. Starke. Florida in which countythe < .. ,

Protein Vitamin Mineral' home office of the above corporations -'. "_.' ._ r- ._. __' _.T'_ -, .. -, ___" .__ _. ', L RADIOS REPAIREDAll Experience In
shown to be located.
are Make All !Model.
SupplementsFOR FORD
IX WITNESS WHEREOF. I have DEALERSHIP
I FOR hereunto set my hand and caused 4 f-'_H'p-' ... -. '_- -- -, -,--, 1 leanonable charges. C. SHEPHERD- guaranteedCHtS. J
the Great Seal of the State of FlorIda roi W. Call St. Starke Ph. 23 Preferably Man TrainedIn
LIVESTOCK to be affixed at Tallahassee,
the Capital this the 12th day of Ford Service Schools
The January. A.D., 19"". BIG TRIPLE FEATURE
(SEAL) R. A. GRAY Electric Motors o
Farmers Supply10th Secretary of State GOOD PAYGreer.Strickrand
1 It 1tI
TRI.COUNTYYouth REWOUND AND
and Cherry Sts. Sales
'NOTICE: OK FORECLOSUIE SALE SERVICEDSmall
Phone 51-W Starke, Fla. t Notice Is hereby given that the Ford Dealer
,undersigned. as Clerk of the Circuit
Court under and by virtue of Appliance Repair I Tarpon Springs, F1a.I .
Flagler Beach 1 BIk. Ocean 1
the Final Decree of Foreclosure
heretofore entered in that certain Rally General Machine WorkS I
cause pending In the Circuit Courtof FISH BAIT WOUMJDILL'S !
MONDAY JAN. 24 2:00 P.M
CHIROPRACTICRemoves the Eighth Judicial Circuit of BAIT FAUMHlKhnar
Florida in and for Bradford County.In 301 Bark of
)1I..a. af ill .".1.... me hair bern rummlKnloBrd to cell at .\H- Chancery. being Chancery No. All Work Guaranteed Sleepy hollow Motel, Starke, F1a.
SOLVTH AltTION.. Urcr'konte and ...o rumplrlrlr fornUhedapt The Cause of : 10-707, in which Swift & Company: 2tp
*. of Mr*. Alma I. llumrr.Tkl a corporation, Is plaintiff and R. Reasonable Rates 0S
.. property located on a comer lot directly arroMt Eighth. St. Disease H. Green. Jr. and his wife, Lucille SAT. NITE, JAN. 22 FOR RENT-Furnished one bedroom -
from the Flaglrr Dt.... Hotel only 1 block from briu-h. and Plrr. I E. Green also known as R. H. cottage. Modern conven-
and his wife, Lucille E.I iences. Adults. <
Jr. 15
Greene
Most diseases caused by McMahon
The Seine contain 4 bedroom. Z baths; aluo at the rear I. 2 car are
Karaite with fnrnUbrd apt. aboiri aloo facing Cratrat .\ .. I Greene. are defendants will offer RED SEAL Phone 183-W. Mrs. A. F. Saula.
acompletely and
nerve cannot
furaUbrd of eonttrnctlon.FL1RLF.R pressure for sale and sell at public outcryto PARK of the PAL M S Itchff
apt. makonry be cured until nerve the highest and best bidder for ,
UKACII l.. located U"1.\ ELECTRIC & MACHINE FOR KENT
on tuldwajbe eeu Day- cash at the South door of the Court -Nicely furnished two
baa II".. and !'Angnxtlne... making this a \ery popular and pressure is located and re House of Bradford County in the bedroom house. Cor. Christian &
Ibrltlair re..ort city. The Lehlsh Cement Plant IN nearby other moved.A City of Starke. Florida. on the 7th Sensational Stirring Authentic SHOPF. Pratt Sta. ltchg j
IndnMrtal and LltI!:. detelopmeatii. now In protpect. make this avhoire day of February. 1S55. at the hourof
laconic and I.u.tm.ut potential. HISTORY 12:00 o'clock Noon the followIng 1950 ENGLISH FORD low mileage
CASE
MOTION PICTURE .
W. ORAUDON
described property situate In good condition. Priced to sell.
Bradford County. Florida: See it at Torode's Used Car
Daytona Beach Ocean Front Owner, Manager Lot
33 year old male patient com* Southeast Quarter of Southwest "" tf

plained of aching muscles, poor Quarter of Section 27, Township 106 Washington St-Phone S97

TUESDAY. JAN. 25 2:00 P.M.: .nemory, extreme tiredness annenousness. 6 South.40 acres Range more 20 East.or less containing GOD OF THE ATOMSTARTS Starke, Fla. t FOR lovely SALE-On' tWO bedronm West- 'South hn..Street.....' ... J.

Condition became said property being sold to satisfy: with large brick fireplace."K t
!Magnificent ocean-front eklatcs usa X. Atlantic Are. (1tiy. AlA). said Final Decree. chen has built-in
SALE-Xew 8 8 cabinets
A Chiropractor FOR x x It Concrete breakfast
ma'slae borne and progressivelyvorse
garage apt. completely farnlnhed. large ground
Dated this 19 day of January nook tan
block, 18e. Cement hldaway
1.40 stairs
extending from hlehnny to ocean. 113 ft. beach frontage near the located pressure in patient's 1955. Mortar Mix per attic, attic fan bath. to
heart of the famed Daytona Beark motel area. Auction takesplaie bag. J1.25 per bag. Attached 1
low neck which was due to (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 7:15 Bradford Englnerlng Co., phoneS garage 'and laundry with built-In
at tide. DrUe out and park on the beach.Termsi Clerk Circuit Court Bradford t Starke. tf. tubs. Large lot with nice shrubbery -
:O% down Aurtlonm. batanee announced. All Sale on misaligned vertebrae. County, Florida. and six pecan trees screened -
the prentUe regardless of price or weather. It 1/21 porch Inquire at Farm. Home
SINGSPIRATIONWith FOR RENT-Unfurnished house. Inquire
e & (
l'rop.rUtop.a for innpertlon 10:001.. Day of AnctlonN. Chiropractic adjustments weregiven at bus Station. tf Auto Supply. 2tchg 1/2g
(.a..h and Boutenlr gien free at all auction*. and felt completely NOTICE TO APPEAR
patient I. !. Circuit Bradford WANTED
Coart. CoBBtr TO
SCOTTY & JANE 2% PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE TRADE-Cood tractor \
well in several weeks. Florida IB Cfcaarery.Gua STATE RANK KEYSTONE and equipment, for late model
E. Kershaw. Plaintiff vs. Regina HEIGHTS. FLAMElt- Pick-up or station wagon. Farm. ,
For The Best In Chiropractic Kershaw. Defendant. RER Fran. Home & Auto Supply.

Notice To Appear.To Case No. 10-8 31 MESSAGE. "The Secret of itchg l/jg !!

CONSULT : Regina Kershaw. whose residence FOR RENT-Famished garage AS CSUAI-Flre line
plowing U i
and address is: 65 Lang S t., apartment at Kingsley Lake Mrs. available for our neighbors In ,
Newark. New Jersey. '-_ Clean Living"REV. Pauline Torode. Stehg 1/21 the Lawtey area without
Dr. H. G. Bellinger: You are hereby notified that a Please contact Dave Shuford charge. 1
at .
.
suit forDivorce SPINET PIANO-Account of adverse Lawtey and
we will
plow
them
New Modern Clinic, Route 100 child. custody, support of minor : KENNETH MASTELLER National Youth beautiful circumstances email Spinet party piano.returning Will *BRR" soon CORPORA an Possible. CANAL' TIM- ..

Near Keystone; Heights. has been filed against you In the Worker, Pastor Haddon Heights Baptist Church, i sell to someone In this territory. Gibson. TIO. By ltchg Pete
The lIAVSimorCH Way U the SAFE-FA!'T-SrRE-FAlH Way to above named Court and cause and Just pay small payment on delivery __ i ij
bar and "I!. Turn )oar holding Into cash contact u. for a.Auction Open Evenings House. you are required to serve a copy of Haddon! Heights, New Jersey. I II and finIsh. few small monthly WISH TO BUY Industrial land close j
Date on )oar property. Inspection and intertlena with- your answer or pleading to the eora payment Standard make. to Starke, with or without buildIngs .
Calls fully raarantced. Write to Small
by Appointment
out obligation. plaint nn the Plaintiffs AttorneyT. ; also Income '
prop T'tv. Ad.
Ti ill.jms.. P 0 Box; 4114 Jacks .
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