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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 28, 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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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Twenty-two Boys Receive Football Letters At Banquet, COUNTY TELEGRAPH



Gary Gamer, Edwin Johns, And Sidney Jackson Honored


Dr and Mrs. Calvin J. Houpt BHS faculty and "will coach Lettermen that will be on hand Official County Publication Established In 1879
were hosts Wednesday night at basketball next year, it was said. for next year's team are: Virgil I I\,
their third annual banquet honor- The selection of Stanley Clark. Lee Lamar Clough, James Han-ell, I
Ing the BHS Tornado football Gary Garner, and Townsend Edwin Johns, Jerry Lawson Ken- VOLUME SEVENTY-SIX STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, JAMJARY23i93S xu:3IBER. TWENTY-NINE

squad coaches, and fathers of the Strickland for All Conference neth Elder, Joe Harden Kenneth -
players. Scene of this enjoyable honors was announced by Hobbs Green, Dennis Matthews, Glenn
event was the BHS cafeteria and. in an election (with only Reddish Charles Kirkland and Two Large Stills 1 University Students Offer Two Plans
where a bountiful fried chicken seniors voting), Garner was given Harold Godwin. Managers awarded -
supper was followed by the pre- the honorary title of "captain" of letters were Jimmy Hobbs and
sentation of awards, election of the the 1954 squad. Clark was elected Jack Sievert Found In County
1954 football captain, and a color alternate. Traditionally, the Tor- The Tornado cheerleaders as; To Aid Zoners Map Starke's FutureDeath
movie of the. Georgia TechFloridagame. nado captain is not designated until sisted in decorating the cafeteriafor
the close of the season. this memorable occasion, and 4 Men -

The only sombre note in an Sidney Jackson received a handsome i places of were the marked players by and clever their'athers Captured Car For Jacksonville Family No Definite Solution Offered
"most valuable"player
otherwise 'gala evening was the trophy as
handmade cards in the football -
announcement that Head Coach and the annual sportsmanship place Two large, 40-barrel stills were .
James Hobbs, who has piloted the award went to Edwin Johns. motif. Girls from the horn.;! destroyed in Bradford County this 1 II- For Settling Supermarket Dispute
f
economics
department assisted in, _
Tornadoes: through nine seasons is Dr. Houpt was presented witha Iweek and four suspected moon ) .
serving. : ,. .
retiring from the football field. handsomely engraved bronze shiners were jailed by state beverage I '
Two alternate long plans for Starke. presented to
The popular mentor received a plaque by members of the squadfor Among the guests were CoachesJoe agents. range
handsome clock and desk pen set his faithful service to the Hull and Leonard Register, One still was discovered in the local officials and residents Wednesday night by a team of
as a gift from the squad. Hobbs Tornadoes In the 1954 season. 3HS Principal Charles Partin, an* corner of Wolf Bay about four University of Florida students, disagreed on whether or not

will remain as a member of the I Edwin Hurse. an intern, was Representative Doyle E. Conner. miles southeast of Starke near the the property north of Starke's Woman's Club is suitable for

II I presented with a radio by the BHS Griffis Loop Road. The other still business.
'Most Valuable' coaching staff for his assistance No More Football was located south of the Santa Fe, The first plan extended Starke's present business district

in coaching the Tornadoes on extra tower near U. S. 301 at the Brad I north to Pratt St. In this case, the Woman's Club lot wouldbe

points. Hurse is the player ford-Alachua County line. in the heart of the business district._ .
who used to kick extra points Two men were captured at the Tne second plan 0 extended we aL
barefoot with ffie U of F Gators. Wolf Bay still and one man was present business district southWard -
Hugh Ingram was master of captured at the other. Two men Mother's March and kept the business prop-
ceremonies and introduced the escaped the beverage agents by erty from expanding north of Jefferson -

speaker, Johnny Gilbert, a formerU running through the swamp at Set For Feb. 7 St. In this case, theWqman's
: the second still. One of them
i of F football star and current was Club became the heartof
later identified by the state agents a zone of institutional propertythat
assistant coach for the Gators. Benedict Finzer, county "Marchof
Gilbert gave a brief talk on th5 V and was jailed by' Sheriff Reddish I Dimes" chairman, said that this separated the business district -
Carl Lawrence Brown and Herbert -, as it does now from the
Importance of one of football'g"Intangibles" year's Mother's March would be
the desire to win. Edward Herndon both pled held Monday, Feb. 7. The Moth stately homes on N. Walnut St.
guilty to the charge of manufac-I T. W. Patterson asst professorof
Coach ,James Hobbs announcedthe er's March contributed over $900to
turing 'non-tax moonshine and architecture and community
March of Dimes last
the year
following senior letter winners were sentence to 90 days in the I and Finzer hopes that it will con- banning directed the study of
who have played their last gameat County Jail plus a $500 fine or 90 -. tribute over $1,000 this year. Starke. He told a group of about
BHS: Townsend Strickland, : t: additional days by County Judge The mothers are organized into 20 Starke residents that the two
Milton Hicks, Jimmy Weldon, Gary Theron A. Yawn. SUDDEN DEATH TO SIX OCCUPANTS of this car occurred northof different sections of town where plans could not solve present zonIng -

Garner, Harold Beasley, DeWayne The agents also confiscated a Starke last Saturday then the car collided with a semi-trailer they pick up donations from problems, but they could offer
Elder, Sidney Jackson, Clifford 1950 one-ton truck that was found truck which skidded in front of it. ,houses that have their porch light Starke's citizens some long range
-- Th Martin, and Stanley Clark. Edgar '0 ., within ZOO feet of the still and was vision with which they might
Akridge is not a senior, but he registered in Brown's name. The on.Finzer said that final plans have work out these problems.The .
Sidney Jackson was judged the I will not play next year because Coach James Hobbs announce I truck: will be offered to the highest Six Persons Killed Near County Line ,I been completed for the Birthday two differed sharply on

"most'aluable" player on th I he will have; passed the age limit this week that he would no longei r bidder by Sheriff P. D. Reddishat 'Ball on Saturday, Feb. 5. He said ..their ideas for Starke. The first
19M Tornado football eleven. set for high school athletics. coach football at Bradford High. a Sheriffs sale. took
I tickets are on sale at $2 per coupleat plan an extremely long range
George Carlisle of the state beverage In Car Semi-Trailer Collision SaturdaySix Alvarez Men's Store, Jimmy i view and judged even the newestof

Tom Moore Show A. E. McKinney Jr. I department swore out war- Moore's Gulf service station, Starke's buildings to be only
No Sink Thief rants for the two men. Carlisle LeRoy Phillman, 46, of Miami, Koch's Drug Store, and The Brad- temporary. It rebuilt the town
Brings Many LettersMrs. Named State DirectorOf caught Herndon near the still, but persons were killed just 150 were also killed in the crash. ford County Telegraph office. into a "model town" without con
Dealers But Takes CommodeThere's Brown tried to escape and Carl- feet from the Bradford County The injured were: Carolyn Ann Fmzer said that the Starke and sidering its present layout.
Marian Howe, executive Liquor isle had to run him down in a line Saturday afternoon in a head- Hilliard, 7, who suffered a head Lawtey 4-H girls collected $55 last Principle features of the plan
secretary of the Chamber of Commerce been many a story long foot race. on collision discribed as "the worst injury and broken leg and Barbara Saturday by their street corner was the erection of a new superhighway -
said she received 814 post about thieves stealing everything At the second still Archie Crewsof I they had ever seen" by several Sue Hilliard, 6, who also had a solicitation, and he said the girls located east of town be-
cards and 198 letters this week but the kitchen sink, and Baker County was run down by veteran investigators of fatal traffic -broken leg. Hospital authorities would be stationed on corners yond the hospital. The plannersfelt
from persons writing the Tom even some stories where they Thomas Dean of the state bever- accidents.All described Carolyn Ann's conditionas again tomorrow (Saturday). that federal highways will
Moore "True or False" show as a Actually have taken the sink age department. Sheriff P. D. six persons were traveling "very serious" early this week. I Finzer thanked those who have soon be of a superhighway character -
result of its recent' broadcast in '" too. But last week in Starkea Reddish said that the still had south in a car on U. S. 301 which All six bodies were interned In I contributed to the March of Dimes that will by-pass all towns.
Starke. i... :,-.'r-- man was arrested for stealinga .I been under observation for about collided with a semi-trailer that adjacent graves at Bethel Cemetery -I already through the mall, coin Many other highways were eliminated -

Mrs. Howe said most of the let- commode. a week. bad skidded in front of them. The west of Trenton Tuesday. I II .. collectors, or personal solicitations. by Junctions outside of
ters were from families or re- Russ Eberle admitted to Fourth man. Jesse Nipper of ,.driver of the semi-trailer was not Burton L. Carter of Jacksonville, town so that only one eastwestand
tired couples who were interestedin Sheriff P. D. Reddish last week Baker County, was picked up by !:injured.The I driver of the semi-trailer truck, Rotarians Dicuss one north-south highway went
general information about that he had taken a commode Sheriff P. D. Reddish Wednesdaywhen dead were a father and said his empty truck jackknifed '" through town.A .
Starke. She said they were hopingto from the old Pure Oil Stationon he came to the Sheriffs mother, two young children, and when he applied brakes and went Florida Agriculture central, compact business district -
settle In a community of mod- S. Walnut and Madison Ave. office seeking to communicatewith two close relatives. Two other'broadside across the road made was located In the center of
erate prices, good recreational Eberle said in his defense that Crews. children were injured: one critically slippery by rain. The outlook for agriculture in Starke. Call St. remained the
facilities, and wholesome living. he felt no one wanted the old Dean identified Nipper as one II in the accident. \ No charges have been Tiled 1 Florida was discussed at the Rotary center: Pf tl hc busin.es! d.lstrlt; butit

New York led th<* states in the commode. of the men who ran from him at Richard Lee Hilliard Jr., 26, his against Carter pending an inquestby Club meeting Wednesday by} expanded north to Pratt SL and
number of letters with 31. aflt- Jfteri; n' tf'1! a. f 109_bond on the still, and Nipper was plac&f I wife; },{ rine- 22, and two'of their Sheriff J. P.-Hall of-Clay Coun-(DiIL 0." Hamilton. *- ; bead of the outh past the new Setzers supermarket -

ornia was next with 29, followedby a petit larceny charge. 'I in custody along with Crews. Both I. children, Lydia Louise 2, and ty.Carlos J Department of Agricultural Economics -I
Massachusette, 14; Canada 8; men pled not guilty to the manu Richard Lee Hffliard H, eight Musgrove, state highway at the University of Flori Provisions were made for many
Oregon 8; Pennsylvania, 7; New Bond Sales GainIn facture of moonshine before Judge months all of Jacksonville, were patrolman, said Carter was travel da. parks and playgrounds. Conway
Jersey, 7; Indiana 6; and Texas Yawn and tfieir bail was set at killed in the crash. Hilliard's uncle, ing north and was apparently following Predicting a gain of 2,000.000 Airpark was turned into a large
5. i j.'tcJ Bradford County $1,000 each. Judge. Yawn hopesto Preston Glenn Billiard, 46, of Jack- closely behind another in thet population of Florida by park as was the property from
try their case in the near future. sonville, and Mrs. Hilliard's father truck. The truck stopped to per- 1965, Dr. Hamilton discussed the Pratt St. north to 10th St. between
1954 Second Bradford Countians bought U. S. mit a car in front of it to makea changes in farming methods that Temple Avenue and Walnut St.
Driest A. E. McKinney Jr. of Starke, Savings bonds to the. tune of Doctor's Clinic Gets Face Lilting right turn, and Carter could not must be made to supply fresh The main residential ,area was
Year In History recent director of the Florida State $96,502 in 1954, a whopping 40.2 stop his empty trailer. As Carter vegetables and fruits, to the ever- placed north of 10th St. as well
Beverage Department, has been appointed per cent gain over the 1953 totalof applied his brakes, the semi-trailer increasing population.Dr. as east of the business district.
Rainfall the Jacksonville area executive director of the 68770. Florida's gain as a skidded broadside across the road, Hamilton said that the trend An industrial area was provided
was 20.54 inches below the normal Florida Retail Liquor Dealers As 'whole over 1953 was 16.3. and the Hilliard car struck it near would probably continue away along the Peggy tracks in South
annual figure of 52.30 inches making sociation. The announcement was The Treasury has announcedthat I the rear of the cab.City's from the so-called small farms to Starke with light industry and

it the second driest year on made by Albert Goldman FRLDA nationwide bond sales set a the larger operations that can :.warehouses along the Seaboard
record, according to weather bur- president, following a meeting of peacetime record in 1954, with a I Cigarette Tax take advantage of modern mec- tracks through town.
eau reports. A total of 31.76 the association's board of directors total of 4889.119000 in series E r' Shows Slight Increase hanized methods. He said that Most of the city's churches were
inches or rain was recorded, compared in Tampa on Jan. 23. and H sales during the calendar many small farmers would con- centered in the zone between
to 30.44 inches in the record McKinney was an employee of year. Sales of these two series I Starke received $2,865.19 as its tinue to work in nearby indus- Pratt St. and 10th St. Many of
low year of 1927. the Florida Railroad Commissionfor exceeded redemptions by 445 million share of the cigarette tax collected trial plants while maintaining their the present city streets were eliminated -
,The Jacksonville area also had several years before becoming dollars. This was the largestnet here during November. The sum residence on the farm and con- to give long blocks of
its hottest year In 73 years. Temperatures beverage director in February 1954. gain for the Treasury in savIngs was only slightly larger than the tinuing their part-time operations. residential or businesslproperty.The ] .
from June through September He had returned to his Railroad bonds since 1949. $2,815.67 collected a year before, : The speaker was introduced by expressed view of most of
averaged 82.6 degrees. It Commission post earlier this Thirty-two Florida counties. in- bu it showed a rather marked Staike's residents present at the
of
Guy Andrews, who had charge
was the warmest summer since month. cluding Bradford, reached their ',increase from the $2,575.03 collect- i the I meeting was that the students had
1881, when the average was 82.7 Under McKinney's administration full quota assignments by record- ed in October. I program. "made over the entire city." They
degrees. Normal 80.5 degrees.The special teams of investigators, ing gains over 1953 of 27 per centor Lawtey also increased its tax I The club president, A. J. Thomas! felt such a plan was impossible
average annual temperaturewas aided by airplane spotters. roamed mere while only 17 counties reported -I receipts with $275.18 collected in Sr., announced that annual Rural- unless the present town could be
the backwoods sections of Florida Pictured above is the new front of Dr. Calvin J. Houpt's Doctor'sClinic November with Urban Day will be. observed o- started
69.6 degrees, compared to a lesser amounts than reg- as compared I over again from scratch.To .
normal of 69.3. uncovering stills capable of turn istered the year before. that is currently undergoing complete remodeling and moderni $225.11 for the previous month. Feb. 16, and each member of thaI answer this question, one
ing out millions of gallons of moon- Florida reported a total figure : zation. Brooker climbed from $148.82 1 I club was urged to invite a farmer I professor suggested that the city
Much this I to $164.74 in November and Hamp-friend to attend the meeting. follow
Future HomemakersTo shine. of illegally- of $65.024.272 for the regular I a European pattern of
made liquor was found to be unfit yearly reporting period, an in- II Dr. Calvin J. Houpt is completely room, a new laboratory and x-ray ton's share of the tax increased i throwing all of the resident's
Have Hobo DayThe for human consumption. McKinney crease of nearly nine million dol remodeling and modernizing hisDoctor's room, and a kitchen. from $63.99: to $75.35. Jail Escaper Gets property "in the pot," with each
also conducted a strong campaign lars. I Chinic Hospital on W. Call The west side of the building will Keystone Heights continued to person pr institution drawing out

Future Homemakers of to discourage purchases of In commenting on this fine record St.The house..six hospital rooms, a nur- drop after heavy summer receipts. 30-Day Sentence property of a similar value in a
America will have a Hobo Day to- liquor by minors and alcoholics. ,. S. L. Peek Jr., Bradford building is being extended sery, four baths, and colored reception Keystone's share of the tax was while location that would fit th* pro-
morrow (Saturday) when they will McKinney is 33 years old and is County Savings Bond Chairman, both in front and in back, and the and treating rooms. $459.58 as compared with $519.95in Otis Brown, who escaped posed plan. This idea met with
collect money to finance their tripto a native of Starke. He is a mem- said: "This commendable volumeof present building will be completely Dr. Houpt has been continuingto October and $714.31 in Septem- working with the city street crew certain obvious objections.

the Tampa State Fair. The girls ber of the Baptist Church, Savings Bonds purchases reflects remodeled. Dr. Houpt says the use the building during the con- ber.Lake several week's ago was recapturedlast The second plan was fitted ir.
50
Lions'l struction. He has occupied he old Butler fell to week and now faces daysof
will greatly appreciate all contri- and Elks Club. Florida the increasing confidence of building improvements will cost slightly with Starke's present characteristics. -
butions. ficers Association, and the American people in the abilityof over J10.000 and he is also buying, building until now, and he will 531.18 from $548.96 in October, working on the streets. Temple Ave. followed its-
Legion. our government to conquer the over $5.000 worth of new equip soon move in to the new portions and Waldo dropped slightly.! from Brown escaped on the first day present route south to about 15th
I economic problems of our country ment. while the contractor remodels the $285.53 to 27303. of a 20-day sentence, and Mayor St. where it cut over to west of
rontrol inflationary and deflationary I The east side of the new building old building.Dr. The state-wide picture showedan J. R. Wainwright said in Mayor'sCourt the Seaboard Railroad tracks. It
du Pont President Visits Two Mines influences and preserve the Integrity .will house a new waiting room and Houpt hopes to have all increase from October to November :Monday that he would serve followed the tracks south through
construction completed Mar. the completion of his sentence and town
It indicates by with $1,550,402.70 collected until it rejoined the
---S '97"t"fr optimism of our and money.good faith in the business office, three new con- 5 when he, plans an open house on it: October and $1,662,738.13 in No- an additional 30 days for the escape site of the highway north of present Alligator
; sultation rooms, a new surgical the Clinic's third anniversary. vember. Creek.
.w future and Is evidence that increasing -
numbers of citizensare The plan was to
good eliminate the
looking out for their own well- Are Trash Cans Trees ? passing of the highway past Brad-
being with savings safely investedin Replacing ford High School and to eliminate
U. S. Savings Bonds." congestion on Call St.

'" .. -, -- -, The plan also called-for-the-
omet'mng new was added to the city's landscaping > ', i. extension -
e Legionnaires Urge last week as garbage lined I <": of business property south
ktpj1 ; cans were up in front yardsof jl from Call Lt. shifting its center
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Of UMT several Starke homes.
Adoption
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Residents in the two new subdivisions and others -
,
c4p ti4lW American Post 56 at its
In
Legion
along portion of W. Madison Ave. .- Street
I I1'f to a were notified unofficially : z: Lights Cut Off
meeting Tuesday''oted urge _
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IE 4A v each of its members to write Sen. but effectively that their garbage would no T- To Ease Power
Load
Spessard Holland Sen. George longer be collected unless their cans were near the roadon 4rr .

Smathers, and Rep. D. R. (Billy) collection day. t ,. st .-- .- .--'L ---- Starke's street lights were turned .
Matthews asking them to vote for The notification came in a penciled note scrawled on 3 off for a brief period Monday

Universal Military Training in a small sheet of note paper that was attached to their evening as the load on Starke's
1 this session of Congress.The city light
emptied garbage can. plant reached near its
Legion has favored IDITsInce .
World War II. and it has It read: "Put your garbage can out on street Tues- generating capacity of 1400 k. w.
I worked actively for its passage. days and Fridays and we will pick it up." Since the :: Riley Wasin, plant superintendent !
home owners received this note only the garbage placedin said that the street blackj j
out
."- : gave the city an extra 30 k. |
>,' Educational Assn. front of their houses has been picked up. .? w.
margin to tide
it
'' over the
"A. ._ :. .....':. This drastic action evidently resulted from a short hump. j!
', :f," ,', .- '... ;;. The Bradford County Educational discussion during the last City Council meeting. Billy j
Wasdin
.' .' ... said that the street
Association, organization of Jackson, chairman of the Street Committee, suggestedthat
lights
were also turned off several
Crawford U. Greemvalt president of E. I. duPont de Nemours & all white teachers and school administrators the garbage crew should be given a new truck to times around Christmas when [<

Co., Wilmington, DeK, was visitor to the Trail Ridge and new Highland of this county, will cope with their increased load. there was a heavy current load on ;|
llmenlte! mines last week. In photo above Mr. (Greenwalt seated hold its mid-term meeting at BHSon The rest of the Council decided that the city could the generators.

center, is pictured with (left to right) Jay P. Woodice president of Friday afternoon, Feb. 4. not afford a new truck at the present time. Mentioned A penciled note by the garbage crew added these two cans to the He said that Monday's cold !:|

Humphrejs Gold Corporation; E. C. Welchel Jr., manager of the Trail the Since theme this is the a legislative meeting will year be, briefly during the discussion was the possibility that landscaping; of this new Saratoga Heights home. spell made an extra heavy demand ;!

Ridge and Highland plants; and Humphreys 'S of Denver, Colo., president schools laws of and school legislation.State "some time in the future" garbage pick up could be on the power plant The combl. ;
of Humphreys Gold Corp. This' was Mr. Greenwalt's first visit legislators, school board made from in front of the houses. As one horrified home owner on W. Madison Ave. putit nation of electric heaters and the i t

to the mining operations here, which supply llmenite for the duPont members, and PTA presidents of On tiie strength of this discussion, the garbage crew : cooking of hot meals Monday evening !i
plants. The mining operation Is carried on for duPont by Humphreys the county are invited to attend was apparently authorized to attach their notes to certain "They took down the trees on Madison Ave., and now ran the current load up about j!

Gold Corporation. the session starting at 3 p.m. citizen's garbage cans. they're replacing them with garbage cans." 200 k.w. above normalI

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PAGE TWO FRIDAY, JANUARY %8, 1955 :

editorialState 9't "
Pw' KNOW YOUR ARMY Report


Census Is Needed E 6' y Outstanding Documentary tr from IIII!I I! ALVAREZ1 1 STORE Established Men's Clothing 1S94 I'Ii: 1 II I I

To Be Shown Here Soon j

Due To Rapid Growth >
-, Congress
'
:

Florida's rapid gain in population has made "'. MOVKNGLOCAL !
the 1950 Federal Census already obsolete. Thatis <'; by BILLY MATTHEWS

what the State Cabinet was recently told by a I

professor'of sociology.. And the professor is :';; :>. .. The President last week submitted Safe -- t
'u .' PHONE I
right.Current :;>... his Budget for 1956 callingfor OR a Dependable
estimates indicate that Florida's LONGDISTANCE I
expenditures of $62.4 billionsas 31 1
population has increased nearly as much during Economical I
$63.5 billions this
the past four years as it did during the preceding against year. R. B. Alvarez OR
The estimate is for a deficit of
decade.In Agents For 'I
addition to normal growth. Starke's 1950 $2.4 billions for 1956 as against Delcher Bros. TRANSFER STORAGE AND 250-J

figure of 2,901 was made even more obsolete last $15 billions for the current fiscal co.STORAGE. I

year with the extension of our city limits which e I year. As usual, most of this bud-

added another thousand, or so to the populationhere. get goes for National Defense andit I

3r 4 is interesting to note that $6.3

The professor offered his cooperation to cab- billions is the amount of the in- I Perryman Bldg. C

inet members who were looking into the cost of terest on the National Debt. The S. Court St. Starke. Florida i

a proposed new statewide census. The custom of I
President expects to cut $1.1 billions -
taking a state census every five years was I
abandoned some time ago. but with Florida's from fiscal 1955 by anticipated I
savings in the Farm Price Sup- That8 Our Business
rapid growth the decade between Federal cen- Gl
6 port Program and he expects to V
suses is a long time to wait for a nose count. t save over $200 millions in appropriations If It's Glass We Have It! t

We hope that the proposal for a new state for TVA. The President's Sf CALL WRITE or VISIT I

census receives serious consideration. We are The U. S. Army's readiness for rity to say "when" it would be r lical training than ever before re- Budget is at best an estimate andit '
reluctant have Starke stuck with a figure like immediate retaliation against possible necessary to employ U. S. armed quiied.In will, of course, be changed by Joe Peters Glass Co.

2,901 for the next five years when in reality we Communist aggression any- forces to halt Red Chinese aggres- order to get this remarkable Congress.I FOR ANY I

have closer to 4,500 inhabitants. where in the world is dramatically sion in the strategic island of For- 90-mir.ute. story on film, have had many letters from GLASS NEED
camera
illustrated in the new color docu mosa. Under such trying condi- crews labored in the the District concerning the Educa- We Design Modern Store Fronts I

mentary motion picture, "This Is tions it is important that every Alaska and the jungles snows of Pana-of tional Benefits for our boys and Just Mail Us A Pattern for

There's No One Cause Your Army." It will be exhibited American know as much as possible ma, photographed U. S. soldiersin girls who are now in the service. Table Tops I

next Wednesday and Thursday, about the Army upon which training in Japan and Germany, You will recall that recently Presi- 1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 2-4353
And No Pat AnswerThe
Feb. 2-3, at the Florida Theatre. largely rests the defense of the filmed reports of activities of our dent Eisenhower issued a procla- .

This unusual film, praised by free world. allies in Turkey, Greece, and Italy, mation stating that the Korean t
Saturday Evening Post is currently run- critics as one of the finest docu- "This Is Your Army" will be of obtained detailed accounts of the Emergency which entitles our t

ning a five-part series of articles under the eye- mentaries ever produced, presentsa equal interest to young men and activities of U. S. soldiers and Re- servicemen and women to educa DRAPES --.a.
catching title of "The Shame of America." The comprehensive report on the women who expect to serve in the public of Korea troops on the alert tional benefits will expire on Jan-

subject dealt with is juvenile delinquency and the Army its soldiers, its leaders, Army, to the parents of men and against led aggression in Korea. uary 31, 1955. According to thePresident's SLIP COVERSREUPHOLSTERIN6 1Ja

startling story is told by two men whose know- its weapons to the people of the women now in the Army, and to Parent's Magazine says "This proclamation. this
ledge of the subject is vast.- Richard Clendenen U. S. and shows American tax- veterans of World War I and Hand Is Your Army" should be on every- means that those in the service
the muscles then Korea, who will find a power- body's "must now will not be entitled to accmue
payers military see"
executive director, and Herbert W. Beaser, chief list, and will
additional
dollars are buying. ful fighting force greatly differentto present a Medal educational benefits
counsel of the U. S. Senate Judiciary Subcommittee of Award of
that in which they served. Special after January 31, 1955. It also
Merit
"Those who see it will have to the producers.
to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency.This BEAUTIFUL
means that those who FABRICS
enlist
cause for renewed pride and con- The Army's mighty new familyof The film was also praised by the after I
committee conducted its investigation in January 31 will not ELEGANT STYLING
fidence in the faithful and devoted tanks and awesome new weap- Hollywood Reporter as "expertly get any war-
every part of the country in small towns and in service of the U. S. Army," ,said ons atomic cannon, supersonic photographed with shots that time service benefits at all. Con- PERFECT TAILORING

great cities. It heard some 500 witnesses and Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway, Army guided missiles, and bombard- rival in beauty the most careful gressman Teague, Chairman of the
took millions of words of testimony. It found that Chief of Staff. ment rockets are shown in Hollywood production. House Committee on Veterans' Call Peg at 239 for Advice and

teen-age crime has increased forty-five per cent Such renewed pride and confi- breathtaking action. But even in The members of the motion picture which Affairs I, has introduced a bill A Free Estimate ,
this of think will be. passed which I
era push-button wonder
that gangster-like rackets thrive in some schools industry are
performing
deuce Is a \
and that people in alarming numbers have particularly appropriateat weapons, the importance of the distinct public service in will give to those in the service
young this time when helping
war clouds and
now
are those who
individual enlist before
become addicted to whiskey, dope, and crime. threatening over Formosa. With and effectively.soldier is The revealed film brings simply to American make this film available to the January 31 the full entitlement to CHAS. C SHEPHERDTV

Much material in the early installments of only three dissenting votes, the home the fact that nuclear war- people. It should be educational benefits. I will give
seen
the series had to do with public misconceptionsas lower House Of Congress this week fare would call for more, not few- by in every his person who is Interested you further information on thisas Radio Seat Covers Upholsterln

to the cause and cure of juvenile crime. Per- gave President Eisenhower author er, soldiers with far more tech- fenses. country and its de- it develops.I Starke, Fla.HUNDREDS.

haps the hardest job of all was breaking throughthe have felt since coming to Con-

false but widely held belief that there is one gress that one of the most essen-

main cause and one pat solution for the whole practical. We plan to load up Ed's tial steps to get waterways devel-

problem. It was found that many peple hold truck as much as possible, then opment in our District is the completion -
of
theories that may seem reasonable enough on Farmer's DiaryBy drive it over the beds (which are Canal which the would Cross-State Barge

the surface, but which just won't stand up when planted on 5-foot centers) and puta of our counties pass, Levy throughtwo and

tested in the light of known facts. Here are a Sam McCJarvej ridge of the sawdust on top of Putnam. In the Budget releasedby
the bed and then
work it in around
few of the more popular misconceptions: the plants. We plan to apply the President there is an itemof
"Eliminate the slums and will eliminate $$8.000 to apply on
an up-to-
you steamed or raw bonemeal on top of details are managed and economically
juvenile delinquency" It is true that the slums We got indifferent results from of the beds beforehand, to give date survey of this Cross-State attended that only a trained and

produce many delinquents but many also come our planting of the kitchen garden, the plants some additional nitro- long Barge and Canal.I Congressman Her- careful organization can attend when

from good homes in good neighborhoods. And so Ed replanted most of it this gen.The gressman Bennett appeared of the with 2nd Con- the urgent need for serving is at
Dis
.millions of fine citizens began life in so-called slum week. However the onions ana reasons why we are using trict last year at a hearing before hand.
sawdust are because it will be
English peas are up and growing, the U.
S.
Engineers here in Wash-
areas."The cheaper for us, and also that we
majority of kids in this country are and one bed of mustard may come + ington to plead for this
'think appropriation. -
that
good, decent Americans and the problem is being through all right. We're in a race ter sawdust the will do a bet- I believe it is a wonderfulfirst DeWITT C. JONES
job of keeping weeds down.
overemphasized by the sensational press." This with Bermuda grass in the garden step toward the improvementOf Phone 7 Starke Fla.
One of the best things about Anyway, our motto is live and .
point of view the authors observe is much as if so we hope that this last replant- learn and if we don't do some our waterways in the 8th Dis- ---- r" .
that
our new irrigation system is
a public official said: "Don't worry about polio ing is successful, so that we can fast learning we're going to do trict. Funeral Director Ambulance Service
'it can be turned off and we cer- work the rows enough to discou-
less than cent of children catch it.
one our
per some mighty living!
"M
poor local
tainly wish right now that we rage' the Bermuda grass. funeral home enables! ua to offer convenience in4
"What we need is to stop pampering the
could turn off the flood that is SOur serviced but otherwise available
hoodlums to get the back the beat and To Relies
on
cop down on our farm now.
pouring berries
are coming along
treat 'em rough." But the record shows that in During the week we had a rain better every day now. We sprinkled HELP for CoughsYou Misery of "ft S. ---- p"P .

many cases over-toughness on the part of police with heavy winds, but over the them several times lately, and feel cooling, soothing help from ." We furnish the highest type service A lowest pncea, aDd
creates''hatred of authority and actually stimulates weekend it really began to rain then with all the rain this week the very first dose. Clogging phlegm ,ce..pt ANY life insurance policy in force, juved by ANY

juvenile crime. and we got a good soaking. First they have all the water they need. is loosened you breathe (deeper. company as payment in part or in full one funeral

Others believe that delinquency js the resultof time we've seen water standing We have the patch clean of weeds die Consultation carrier no obligation

lax discipline of sparing the rod and spoilingthe around our place in some time. and grass, and hope that we can Mora Cough Chest Coldl Acute Broncklru UQUI0 Oft TUUTS-SAMI FACT tBJI .r r j
child. Yet excessive strictness in the home keep it that way until we get the

has been known to drive many a teen-ager away While we won't need our irriga- mulch on.Unless. rI
from the fireside and straight into trouble. Still tion outfit for a while at least *

others say that more love and affection is the we. are having the engine and something "bad" goes Only in America's First-Choice Truck-

cure. But overindulgence makes juvenile delin- pump coupled, and then we'll hookit wrong, we are going to mulch
too. up and be ready for dry weather. with sawdust this year, followingthe All These FIrst-Choice Features For You
quents of who
We exchanged the sprinklerswe example Roy Lloyd,
As might be expected the authors of the Post
,
had which delivered about 8 demonstrated last year that it is .
series have done a better job of pointing out the gallons per minute for ones which

problems than supplying answers to them. Butif put out about 3 gallons; we think .1

they have done nothing else, their efforts have these will work on our water sup-

been worthwhile in making us realize the ply of about 40 gallons per minute. 55 CHEVROLET TRUCKS
enormous complexity of the matter and the fact .

that there is no one cause and no pat solution. On the 20th we planted two

Even now citizens committees appointed by sacks of Pontiac potatoes, us?g

Governor Leroy Collins are meeting all over about 275 lbs. of 40 per cent or-

Florida in an effort to arrive at some workable ganic 4-7-5 fertilizer. Ed laid out
The fact the rows, two on a bed with five
plan for attacking the problem. mere
that the seriousness of the matter is being foot centers, and while we are
afraid be little too
that may a
recognized by leaders in our national and state
close for spuds, we are plantingin
governments is encouraging and holds out hopeto
this way so that we can culti-
a worried and puzzled society. As the authors vate with our 2-row tractor.

say: "The delinquent may be any child you know, _.: 1 ,, 'I "
'IQ
of social a z
regardless
including own your
your The two rows of sweet potatoeswe :
and Gasparilla!!! Celebration
position your economic status, or your good in had in last summer did not .

,, tentions. Juvenile delinquency today is every- make any edible 'taders, so we just Florida's Greatest ""v.Re RRRMrI.y

body's problem." forgot about them, until this
Annual Attraction
week when we were cutting up .
the field. When we dug around the
City-Owned Parking Lots vines we found the potatoes in TAMPAFEB.

good shape, and some of them
Be The AnswerThe
May sprouting. So we did not disc up )

the rows, but use.d the Rototilleron 5-19 Lam >
.
city council of Orlando recently adoptedan top of the bed to cut up the --

ordinance allowing the city to sell $1.200,000 weeds, and give the 'taders a

worth of revenue bonds for building three down chance to send up some draws. CJOihI .

.. .:
town nickel-an hour parking lots. The money L

will be spent to acquire property and construct Although we were, very late,
we finally got the sedge grass
off-street
parking areas.
In celebration of its
field in good shape, and then sow-
Whether we like it or not, that seems to be Golden Anniversary the
ed six bushels of oats and covered
the only practical solution to the ever-increasing them by using a drag behind the Fair will be bigger

problem now confronting cities and towns large! tractor. After all the rain we got better, more exciting, No other trucks offer you all AM ERI CA's FI BST
and small the nation.
throughout this week, the oats should get off more thrilling than ever.
The problem of off-street parking areas in 1 I to a good start. Auto Races these hour-saving, dollar-saving'

the business district is one that should receive!: I I the
Parades features. And Chevrolet's
attention from planning and zoning boards i in I I Seems that troubles just go Thrill Shows

growing towns and cities. It is hoped that this I I scouting around the county lookIng Grandstand lowest-priced line.1 So, naturally I

matter will receive serious consideration by those for a victim, and then hit Attractions best seller. CHDIC' TRUCK
It's the
who are now trying to shape up a workable plan I l him hard. Latest we've heard is Fun-Packed .
for the future growth of Starke. what happened to the T. F. How- Midway
ells, who have a cage-layer chicken -
", ,,,,,,,,, .,"'''''''''''IJIj''J'II"'bI'.r..._' ........._...JIIo1IWIoIJ.IoWIII! : < farm about six miles south of Florida Electrical

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST. Starke on Highway 100. A barn Homecraftsman'sShow Exposition Dollar-saving engine features! Gas- shackle-mounted to reduce vibration. ,Re y

1879 owl got into their replacement saving high-compression performance. Has one-piece curved windshield.

E. L. MATTHEWS OWNER AND EDITOR flock of expensive pullets and All-weather '
Aluminum alloy pistons.
State & CountyAgricultural Work-saving control features! Ex
caused about 50
per cent loss.
FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY sThat is what we call a real kick Indus ignition system.Full-pressurclubncatloa clusive Recirculating-Ball steering.

8'' PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOUSUY, in the teeth! 1 trial Exhibits& Commercial Advance-Design cab features.-- Cab is Torque-Action and Twin-Action.- brakes.
"
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Livestock Shows
UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. Charlie Shuford of Lawtey Is

puzzled because he found the "in- SEE IT OFTEN! SIC IT ALL! -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES sides" of two of his game chick-
ONE YEAR 3.00 SIX MONTHS 1.75 ens beneath the tree in which TOR ODE CHEVROLET CO
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS| they roost, one morning this week.
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDE
MARCH 1979.rp'IrlFf'fiBArWI. Wonder what kind of varmint did
THE ACT OF 3.
PHONE 111 CALL AND COURT STS. STARKE FLA.
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TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTBROOKER on azalea and camelia problems. home Of the A. Millers. AAAAAAAAAAAAAj&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& &&A&&A fTTTTYTTTTYYTYYTTTTTy"i ty. They are occupying the house I(I

Refreshments were served by Mr.. and Mrs Donald Calcutt formerly occupied by the O. E. Bradford County

{ Mrs. G. E. Green, Mrs. Dave and Mr. Ted Bigham of Florence, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AND VICINITY BAYLESS KMAY% Crosbys who have moved to the I I

Green and Mrs. W. T. O:>ram. S. C., were the weekend guestsof State Farm to be near Oscar's I People and Neighbors
Bigham's brother and family. work. I
Dy Polly Walt Jr. Mrs. Chas. Harvey of Boston, By Ann James by Mrs. O. E. CrosbjDon't I Eligible For Cash
the W. E. Bighams.Mrs. I
Mass., entertained at a luncheonin Everyone is thankful for the
Edwards Miller and -------------.---------------- I
ua..uuAAAkA.uaAaThe Gainesville. The following were Marie VVV YVYVYT 'TV TV VYT VT TV TTY T T.YYYYYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT .AA.L..AA.AAAwA....... 1! rain, but not too thankful for the Families who are short on Cashto

her guests: Mrs. A. Miller, Mrs. children of Salt Lake City, Utah, Club Activities Not know that :freeze that followed Tuesday morn-!
Brooker Garden Club met In many people; forget the revival start pay those overdue bills and
Bennett Mrs. W. E. Big- arrived in Brooker Monday to I i ing. Surely hope it did not damage
Mary The Keystone Duplicate Bridge
the Civic Center on Friday evening Mrs. Mary K. Schaeffer Is the ing Feb. 6 at Bayless Highway I II I those bills that are a bit too
and voted to buy a service of ham, Mrs. Hewlett Anderson, all of visit her mother, Mrs. Lottie Edwards Club has elected the following officers -I Church. the early crops.If I
Another happy reunion was cartoon contributor to the "Sun- I high can look to Marion Financefor
Brooker, and Mrs. Charles Roberson has
48 dishes and silverware for the for 1955: President Mrs. W. anyone any news please
time" Cottage prayer: meetings will be aid Marion Finance in
of Gainesville.Mr. the return of Mrs. Edward's son, monthly magazine, which
P. Vice President Mrs. H.
center. Boyd; ; held leave it in Floyd Crosby's mail
Harry, from Germany. tells a great deal about our 67 beginning next week. Anyone Gainesville can either assist bya
E.
Mrs. Ruby Johns of Starke was and Mrs. Charles Harvey Hussey; Treasurer John Kar- counties, is who would like to have prayer box and I will get it. I will con- PAYDAY LOAN for 30 daysor
and a interesting
The town folks want to very
last week'splay
in
the guest speaker at the meeting have returned to Boston Mass., to the Garden Club and say"Thanks" ges. High scorers Florida publication. Mrs.Schaeffer meeting held in your home should tinue to write the news even a monthly Budget Loan with
Mrs. H H. Dona and
and she answered many questions after a several weeks visit at the its members for the replacementof Mrs. were.Hubert Ridaught. has recently been appointed art- contact Rev. Martin. though I have moved. payments to fit the pocketbook.The .

bushes and planting of flowers editor for the Woman's Club. Uncle John Kelly and wife spent I Thought for the week: Trouble Interest is small, for example -
Home Demonstration
MeetingOn last week with her son-in-law and does not make people bitter and $50.00 for 30 days is
around the Civic Center. This is Wednesday, Jan. 19, club Sorry to hear that Mrs. Carrie
daughter, the C. C. Crosbys. selfish. It only reveals these only $1.75. CONTACT MARION
under the able direction of Mrs. members and visitors from the Me- Templeton, 81, mother of Mrs. qualities -
We FINANCE BY MAIL, BOX 446
Pearl Markey. We think it looks Autry Vance, had the misfortune were very glad to see
Rae, Lake Geneva, Smith Lake
or CALL COLLECT 5333 Gainesville
Charles -
when you spend... ; wonderful.Mr. communities and to fall last week. She is getting and Ethel Newman of
Keystone Gainesville at then come in and pick the
church
i and Mrs. Mph Hazen and Heights met at 3 p. m. in theWoman's along as well as can be expected, They were dinner Sunday. Recent Birth MONEY up in one trip REMEMBER -
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Leonard of Club to learn to make but will be confined to her bed guests of ITS CONFIDENTIAl,
USE CHECKS for some time. Charles parents the Lois New- I Mr and Mrs. Jack R. Smith of
; Orlando visited the Aubrey Hazens braided and crocheted rugs. Mrs. mans. AT MARION FINANCE AT
Friday.Mr. Harris of McRae served as in- Master Veasey Walker has re- We Starke announce the birth of a GAINESVILLE for that f25.00 to
5-- want
to
--. and Mrs. E. D. Whitt of structor. Mrs. Emma Lamoreauxof turned home after an enjoyablevisit Florence welcome Lavon and daughter Sheryl Denise, on Jan. ,$300.00.
'"" Alachua visited the Junior Greens Smith Lake was a gracious with his brother-in-law and Crosby to our communi 17 In Alachua General Hospital

Saturday. hostess and served refreshments sister Mr. and Mrs. Bob Henderson -

rti during the social hour. The club in Gainesville.We .
L. L. Parker and Mrs. Vernon
Overturf were in Jacksonville on meets on the third Wednesday of hear from Lindsey Walker I

business Saturday. each month. that they are flushing plenty of -

WomanlessVedding: quail now that hunting season is
Cottage prayer meetings will be ,
held by the Brooker Baptist The Lions Club will stage a almost over. -_-- -
( Womanless Wedding at the Wom- We are to 6 S .
Church every Tuesday and Thurs- very happy report j '} F y's

....0}. .'. .. .. .f day night in preparation for the an's Club two nights, Feb. 3-4, at that William Demery, better
Everyone must spend moi e$'to lii .'lJut cash slips Revival which will be from Feb. 8 p. m. Receipts will go to the I known as Bill in these parts Prices/ from
21 to Mar. 6. March of Dimes, so come, have: where he. has grown up, has re- > , ,

through the fingers leaving no trace. Checks give The New River and Brooker fun, and help a very worthy cause. : turned. He is expecting to enter
y Mrs. Elbert Altman is directing the University of Florida in February 4. ; : I e LIBERAL TRADE-IN ,

. you an automatic record of your payments. This Baptist meeting Thursday Churches at held the Brooker a mass Admission: Adults $1, children 50, His brother Tom, is a senior i e MIX OR MATCH COLORS Val

cents. there and their
parents, Col. and
e
Baptist Church. : :: See the new REVOLVING SHELVES
helps to spend wisely and save -
you money. Woman's Club Mrs. Deniery ale still stationed :
The W. :M. U. ally will be held W. E. Parramore General in I
Extension Japan. i STOP IN NOW TODAY
--- at the Brooker Baptist Church on Division, U of F, will speakon Chas. I
Olliver of Aberdeen, Md.
So when spend-use checks of this bank. Open Feb. 7.
you "Art, Display, and Design" at has been having a bout with a.deepseate.d .II I
W. M. U. MeetingThe the covered dish luncheon in the cold, and came all G. 1.
your personal checking account with us this week. MCGRIFF
,.'. ; Woman's Missionary So-I Woman's Club on Tuesday, Jan. .the way down here to really do

ciety presented a very enjoyable 25, at 1 p. m. something about it. In spite of this

program at the church last Wed- Baptist Church News cool and damp reception, we hear { GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES

The Florida Bank at Starke brings you the latest United nesday with Mrs. Wilson Greenas Rev. E. B. Chalker of New Or- that with Dr. Christoffers' help 5)__)11Iid Cor Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229
leans spoke Sunday morning and he is improving right along.
Starke Fla.
Press world news on Station WDVH at chairman. The ,
summary noon program program evening at the First Baptist Just WonderingWe

each Monday and Friday.FLORIDA. was opened with a hymn.en Church. 'The Harriet Kelly Class! read a great deal about ., .. __ __ u ,' _ ,.. ___.. ___ ._
titled: "Wonderful Words of held its regular monthly business juvenile delinquency these days. I '; -." ,. '--- --- -, -.. -

Love," and was followed by a meeting at the home of Mrs. saw Mrs. R. W. Rivers ooming, m;s: HER."EHP: ,MA ,tlG MmAUTOMATIC .. = ;

thoughtful devotional by Mrs. J.. Frank Jones last Tuesday night. and with pad and pencil out of ., <_ t; ., !:
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The WMS met Tuesday at 10:30 ,
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11 a. m. in the home of Mrs. I. B.
BANK(( STARKE Those participating in the program moments and said:
Tyre to study the book," Under
w?v were Mrs. James W. Thomas, "Mrs. Rivers, you have five
: the North Star. The members
Mrs. C. J. Harrell, and Mrs. Eu- sons and a daughter each one do-
Member Florida National Group gene Crosby. The program closed I brought sandwiches and enjoyed ing his and her "bit", here and 0 WASHER
the day in fellowship and study.
with the hymn entitled "Revive Us wherever they are. What is your
Church Schedule
Again. secret?"
Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Morn Filter- -
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'_, _ ____ -__n_ ,___.. _-,-,.,.'- .n, Union 6 p. m. Evening Service 7 WASHING
p. m. Midweek Prayer Service 7 badly, as boys sometimes do, .
m. and they did not have the money, m Wo ld's fll1est Woshlng

/Jtllentlne' DaY Personal p. Items or enough to pay for it I would .o( ......... I NEWI! Action

Dr. H. G. Bollinger, chiropractor help them when I could." .,>,ty1 ridS", Automatically ejects sand

from Van Wert, Ohio recently All this In exactly one minute, __u ;..AI Ty NMI from the Washer

purchased land on the north and the busy little lady was on Traps; Un. .. and soap
her r NEW!
edge of Keystone, on Road 100, way.YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY OVER MORE scum carried away from

and built a modern concrete block 50* clothes capacity clothes

# J Jacksonville building for a clinic. The offices WASHERS
51 OPAT THAN MANY OTHER AUTOMATIC
have all modern equipment, and
LONG BRANCH -

Prices plenty the grounds.of parking Dr. Bollinger space has around had J. Model'WA-750M I G R I F F
three and a half years in the' by lUfs. 1* lI&cklaUlI SEETHE COMPLETE LINE OF G J Me

Army Medical Corns, and 12 years and Jiminy Lang C-E AUTOMATIC WASHERS :J

in practice.- Mrs. Bollinger' and ...utIn .. . . . ...
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$ GENERAL ELECTRIC
) 9995
/
children will join him as soon as von/ roueOlD
/ spite of bad weather we had Cor. Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229
their property in Van Wert can be WASHEI
KOCg g I. disposed of. 60 present in Sunday School this Starke, Fla.
week. Many came walking throughthe .
ID'Il1 t Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Walrath Jr. J
rain to attend church services,
and daughter, Kay, visited their
but it was so good to see rain .
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and

Mrs.last Sunday.Robert Bowles, in Orlando after Elder Ida so Ellison many Wilkinson's dry McCormick months.funeral attended last- n n n n n n n n.n n n n n n

OUR ARRAY OF Mr. and :Mrs. E. E. Rinehart,
week and called on the Stricklandsafter .
For EveryoneGREETIHGCAWS Boxed Candies have just returned from an enjoyable
Valentine// ; trip, visiting friends, in the funeral This is the first 3x AP%9Mr
time we had seen him in many
Central and South Florida.
years. He informed us that "Uncle
Mrs. Daniel Sullivan is havinga
Dempse" Groves passed away not
farewell dinner in honor of Mr.
long ago. These relatives all have f
4
and Mrs. Amos M. Crowley, Thurs-
day, Jan. 27. Mr. Crowley has been our sympathy.Mr. I .: t *-
Parry brought a retired
transferred to DuPont Interests in JI
Niagara Falls, N. Y. .missionary from China, Mr. :Mc-
t tHas :Mr. and Mrs. John H. Rivers Roberts, to see us from Penney

A-IC, have returned to Walker !Farms last week. We enjoyed y i:

never been larger or Air Force Base at Roswell, N. M. talking with both of them, and \ .

more lovely. At prices that after a month's vacation. McRoberts\ says our chickens look I

i )' will save you money Large Selection Of Paul W. Rivers Seaman, in the ,like geese since they're too big 4 a5
for chickens. Maybe they are, but
e New London Submarine Service, f4t
I Shop Today While
HEART BOXES after a visit with his family, has they "talk" like chickens so we

I You Can Take returned to Norfolk, Va. Their suppose they are Just plain old

1 CO.00 By sister Cloe, who is with the army everyday chickens. !
Your Pick
Whittman & Hollingsworth and in Heidleburg Germany could Ceif Godwin of Maxville brought

not be here at this time but may three of his granddaughters to .-
visit the Stricklands. One of the #
later.
come Y
ANN DELAFIELD 6.93 ,
Reg. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Olsen girls has had polio and was in

EXTRA Only from New York and Tarpon Hope Haven for a long time. She

Reducing WafersWITH 1 Springs, visited last weekend with still has to walk with braces onher
I Mrs. Martha Stratford In Lake legs.
.
9 5 View Highlands.Mr. When we see people who are 57h @@rrolffiff Q : ,It

SPECIAL S I L BOOK and Mrs. Richard Potterof handicapped like this, we wish we

New York recently visited with were millionaires so we could give \
One To Customer Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Egan. This is enough to help heal them. We

REXALL While They Last later their first on they trip are to Florida planning, and to can much give as some we wish, even to if, it by Is cutting not as j @ @1hll@ @ffi@f!> @ @@@j?

make Florida their home. down on our candy, gum, soft
We are glad to welcome Mr. drinks, and other luxuries.We .
LADY ESTER WEST CLOCK
and Mrs. R. 0. Gaunt as perma-
that
Cream1.38 98c Alarm Clocks 2.98 nent residents, and they are now Smith were was sick sorry Sunday and Shirley could
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up occupying their home on Lake not attend church services. We also

Geneva. missed her mother as she stay.' In ansuccessful It ll
poultry operation,
Mrs. Washebaugh from Virginiais
ed home to care for Shirley.
500 NORWICH $6.95
visiting at the home of her son- really! on endless cycle-Feeding breeding'
, },Ir. and Mrs. Marion Wilkinsonand
in-law and daughter,.Mr. and Mrs. stock, baby chicks, pullets and hens for
Aspirins only 1.29 Pads 5.95 daughter Mary, from St.Mary's .
Heating
Thos. Southerland, in LaJ e View and
Highlands.Mr. Ga., spent the weekend greater greater production.
with Marion's parents, Mr. and St an
and Mrs. H. C. Lowther ol
2 Colgate Giant Size Both For 2 TUBES KOLYNOSToothPaste Both East Lake View Boul are recuperating Mrs. Jack Wilkinson of Clay Hill. H4SECCRm t That's why thousands of poulfrymen follow

after a long illness, In The WMU of the Long Branch the Security Chick to Chick Production
ToothPaste 69c Church last
69c met Thursday eveningand
Gainesville.Dr. .
all enjoyed a very interesting OREEfDER Program. Security Feeds furnish the needed
and :Mrs. Parsons spent a
We also energy factors essential amino acids from
program. enjoyed some O ;
5 ANGLE SQUIBBS 5 For weekend recently in Daytona r
2 RAPID Reg. 79c Beach. singing after the lesson was over. ( ;'' or.imcl and vegetable protein sources

Tooth Brushes 1.95 Rev. Earl Collins, is planning to We will have our fellowship meet- S- ( ,J cc minerals for the proper development of
Shave both for 1.19 ing at the Long Branch Church aovmlc
remain in Keystone at the homeof next Sunday evening when we NasH the skeleton and body needs; and vitamins
Re,. 59c Each his friend, Homer Houck, until
serve refreshments and all have a I k A in ample! amounts for health, growth
April hRev.
$1.00 JERGENS With 49c Dedorant RATTAIL and Mrs. A. E. Rather good service."Gab Session" after the .Ii 7 and body functions.


Lotion. both for 98c Combs-each 2c new have home recently on Keystone moved Lake.into They their We are having a series of cottage } t See your Security dealer today. Get storted

have been Missionaries: for ityears prayer meetings in this sec- SECIRIiI on Security's Chick to Chick Program
tion beginning this week. We have I' I
: Including furloughs. They EGG
$2.00 REVELON AQUAMORINE 21 INCII have labored In the British West two meetings this week, one in


Lotion for only 1 125 Doll- for Oldy! 1.49 Rica.Indies Panama, Rev.Barbadoes Panama Rather City, is Republic,serving and Costa as of I Maxville p.at Ted Manning's" Tuesday night Friday and at 7:30 one. '; SECURITY'S FEEDING PROGRAM I


---- supply pastor, on Sundays, at m.We hope to make these meetingsa PAYS OFf IN MORE EGGS! 1

Florahome.Mrs. permanent part of our commu- ,

H. C. :McMasters, of nity's religious life and if you WE DELIVER TO YOUR FARM
!
Koch Drug StoreFREE Greensboro N. C., visiting! with want us to come to your house,

her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. send us word or send a note to SECURITY I MILLSo I ;? JACKSONVILLE, INC. I
and Mrs. Al Nelson, In Lake View our pastor, H. F. Higdon, at Max-

DELIVERY M PHONE 53 Highlands.Mrs. viEe. 1700 W. Church St., Jacksonville, Fla t tnnnnnnnnnnnnnn
M. C. Barwick, Louisville, Also come to Jim Strickland's t
Ga., her daughter Mrs. T. M. home on Monday Tuesday Friday -
2 Registered Pharmacists on Duty to serve you at all Time Lindsey and son, Tommie! from or Saturday nights for sing-

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"re-s -rrrrsrssssssjSSJrrSSSt ssrrrsr.4 Jacqueline Dyal Of Brooker Will Soon Home Demonstration Dr. Jacob Gartenhaus C. of C. MeetingThe -O"G: DEGREE l

Marry Harold Sorrells of Jackonville Council Met
TuesdayThe Speaks At Lawtey Executive Board of the Carroll F. Cuiabee of Lawteywill

receive a BAE degree at mid-
regular meeting of the Dr. Jacob Gartenhaus, foundedand P Chamber of Commerce will meet year commencement exercises
aL
Home Demonstration County president of the International lat the Chamber of Commerce the University of Florida on Saturday

Council was held at the home of Board of Jewish Missions, Inc. building at 1:15 p.m. Monday. Jan. 29.
Mrs. Paul Dinkins in Lawtey Tues- will speak at the Lawtey Baptist I

day. The devotional was given byMrs. Church Sunday morning, Jan. 30, Brooker
Home Dem. Recent
I W. W. BirthsMr.
Gladys Mooty Hammond and the at 11 o'clock. ,.

Phone 35 -4 group repeated the Lord's Prayerin Dr. Gartenhaus is a graduate of Club Met RecentlyThe .
wA and Mrs. Thomas
__rssssrrssSSflrflStSSfSSSflSrSSSSSSSS S PS JI unison. the :Moody Bible Institute in Chicago H. Careyof
The nominating committee submitted and of the Southern BaptistTheological Brooker Home Demonstration Lawtey announce the birth ota

Garden Club Plans Presbyterian Women the following slate of of- Seminary in Louis- Club met at the Community daughter, Virginia Leslie on
jjan. 15 in
SL
April Flower ShowC. Outline Year's GoalsThe ficers and they were elected: Mrs. vile, Ky. He is the author of several Hall Wednesday with Mrs. T. W. Jacksonville. Vincent's Hospital,

W. W. Hammond, president; Mrs. books and his tracts have been j Markey, president, presiding over -

R. Hook of the Latchstring Women of the First Presbyterian Dave Green, vice-president;, Miss translated into a numbet of lan the business session.Instructions .Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Strunk

Nursery, Melrose, talked to the Church held their first general Edith Moore, secretary; Mrs. H. guages. He is also the editor of a were given on making of Stark announce the birth of a

Starke Garden Club members on meeting of 1955 on Tuesday C. Wainwright, treasurer; Mrs. Spanish-Jewish publication and is; clothes pin planters for potted daughter, Beverly Evelyn, in

the culture' of camellias and ,with Mrs. K. G. Duncan president i -- Elva McRae, scrapbook; Mrs. Anna associate editor of EnglishJewish plants. Alachua General Hospital.

azaleas and how to propagate by presiding. The executive board had Mae McRae reporter: and :Mrs. publication, "The Mediator.:' The members were reminded to

air layer rat the monthly meeting charge of the program "Forward Paul Dinkins, delegate.4H His voice has been heard from start collecting material to make CARD OF THANKSOur

Monday evening in the Parish,(With Christ" and the board mem- -. Club Rally Day will be held thousands of pulpits throughout rugs at the next meeting, Feb. 16.
House on Church street. bers outlined three main goals for on Mar. 12 at the USO Buildingin America and many other parts of:: heartfelt thanks to all who

Mr. Hook not only talked on ,the women for 1955. .' Starke. All members were asked the world. He was formerly president Mrs. Dave Green was appointed extended comforting sympathy and

camellias and azaleas but explained The 1) to cooperate to make this day a of the Hebrew Christian Al- yard beautification chairman, and help in our recent sorrow. For the \
goals were: Every womanof she
to the members also how to the church reading the New i -- success. liance of America and is on Its! plans for the group to takea beautiful service, floral offerings,

propagate many other trees and |Testament through in the year I Tentative plans were made for executive committee. --- the tour of the'members' yards in !and other kindness, we are deeply !

shrubs as well At the conclusion 1955; 2) Every woman seeking Achievement Day to be held in Dr. Gartenhaus was born in Austria spring. ,I grateful The Family of L. L. t

of the lecture :Mr. Hook answered Christian growth through attend- I Starke on Apr. 8. Mrs. E. L. Cox in an orthodox Jewish home Miss Dorothy Ross gave a dem- Simpson.

questions from members.' ing the services of the Church I was appointed as chairman. Locai of wealth and culture, and came onstration on using native plants
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Mrs. M. F. Hazen, president, regularly; and 3) Every woman '__ ( : chairmen appointed were: Mrs. to this country in his youth seeking and in landscaping the yards to
presided over the business meetingand particpating in some ,prayer -- W. E. Bigham Mrs. E. J. Whelan. more wealth. He failed to show off the home to the best ad- P. D. Q.

the Flower Show, April 23 group; or attending Sunday Schoolas -;_ ._ Mrs. W. W. Hammond, and Mrs.B. find "peace of heart," however, vantage.Mrs. .

and 21 was discussed. Mrs. V. V. a member or as a teacher. The M. McRae.A until he turned to the teachingsof Lawrence Wiggins and I Proven Dependable Quick

Hazen third vice-president and in goals were handed to the membersin workshop on making corn [ Jesus Christ. He describes him- Mrs. Rosa Pinholster served refreshments Protein Vitamin Mineral
charge of the Flower Show and exhibits written form by Mrs. Evalyn shuck rugs will be held at the self not as a "converted Jew," but
announced her chairmen and Cooper and Mrs. Edna Prevatt. home of Miss Rosa Moore at Heil- as a "complete Jew." to the group. Those SupplementsFOR

committees for the show. Mrs. The meeting was opened with a ,bronn Springs today (Friday). Dr. Hyman Appelman, world attending were: Mrs. W. T. Blair

R. F. Young, horticulture chairman devotional and prayer by Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd L. Dyal of Brooker announce the engagement i Mrs. W. E. Bigham installed the Jewish evangelist, says of him: Mrs. W. L. Douglas, Mrs. Lottie ALL LIVESTOCK I(

announced that there wouldbe S. McAliley, devotional chairman.The of their only daughter, Jacqueline, of Brooker and Jacksonville, to W. new officers at the close of the "His mind is as keen as a Dama- Edwards, Mrs. H. P. Gainey, Mrs. The "

a meeting at the Woman's Club j t circle chairman then reportedon Harold Sorrells, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sorrells of Jacksonville. An !meeting. New and.retiring officers scene Sword blade, scintillating I '| Sam Mott, Mrs. Dave Green, Mrs. Farmers
building on Feb. 11 at 3:30 o'clock circle meetings. early wedding Is planned. i were presented corsages by Miss with its intellectuality. He has 'I Supply
I Tom Markey, Mrs. Effie
when Dr. H .S. Wolf of the U. of : J. Dorothy Ross: home demonstration the tongue of a gifted speaker ana Hodge, 10th and Cherry Sts.
Mrs. G. Caldwell, World :Mis-
F. will talk on plant propagation.Mrs. agent.A an insight into the hearts of men, I Mrs. Rosa Pinholster, and Mrs. Phone SleW Starke, Fla. "
chairman
sion reported that the
Young also announced that study book would be "Face withIndia" Methodist WSCS BPW Hold District covered dish luncheon wasServed seldom granted to an individual"The I Lawrence Wiggins. I

the 318 rose bushes that the club to the members followingthe pastor of the. church Rev. I ___ _ _
rather than "Under Three - -
members had ordered have been Flags." Dr. E. F. Montgomery of Plans, Study Course I Meeting On SundayThe meeting. Edgar Wilkinson, invites the public -
received and that eight of the rose I to hear this outstanding speaker.
Lake City will review "Under Mrs. T. H. Slade, secretary of district meeting of the Business '
bushes will be placed in the Peace PlannedFor The Oldest TV Dealer In
Three Flags" in the February Meetings
and Professional Women'sClubs
Rose Garden on the USO grounds. Missionary Education and Service,
general meeting. will be held in St. Augustineat
Miss Clara Leaman made a re Rev. W. S. McAliley Installed of the Methodist WSCS has an- the Ponce de Leon Hotel on Sun Those InterestedIn Christian ChurchesTo Bradford County

port on the Conservation Short the following officers: Miss Louise nouced a study course of "The day, Jan. 30. Members of the Retarded ChildrenTwo
Hold SERVICING ANY MAKE RADIO OR TV
Course that she and Mrs. ConventionThe
George Stern. vice-president: :Mrs. E. M. Master Calleth For The ." to be Starke Club will meet at the post

Green attended at the U. of F. In Davis, church extension; Mrs.Edna held Tuesday beginning at 10 a. office at 8 a.m. and will go to St. meetings of interest to par- T

December. New members voted Prevatt, corresponding secretary; m. in the recreation building. Mrs.C. Augustine in a body. ents or guardians with the prob- regular Fifth Sunday Convention -
into the club at the meeting were and Mrs. Sink steward- child in the home of the Christian Churchesof FORGUARANTEED
Rudolph Williams will have charge of lem of retarded
Mrs. Jesse Newsome, Mrs. Gerald Bradford and Union Countieswill
the review.A will be held in Jacksonville earlyin
Adkins ship.Cards W. T. Edwards Have held
and Mrs. John Wilkinson were mailed to Mrs. O. E. February.Dr. be. at the First Christian

of day Kill.During Stansbury, Mrs. W. A. Bonham. ned covered for the dish day luncheon and all membersare is plan- 60th AnniversaryMr. Clemens E. Benda will ad- Church of Starke on Sunday, Jan.

the social hour the ',and Mrs. W. T. Chandler. dress the North Florida Associa- 30.The

hostesses served refreshments. Mrs. Evalyn Cooper and Mrs.C. urged to attend. and Mrs. T. B. Edwards of tion for Retarded Children at an program for the all-day DEPENDABLE

I I W. Hitchings hostesses, served Worthington Springs will observe open meeting to be held in the meeting will be as follows:

I IIC refreshments following the meet- \Voman's Club BoardThe their 60th wedding anniversary on Peninsular Life Building, Jacksonville Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morn-

'ing. Sunday, Feb. 6, with a basket din- at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. ing Worship, 11 a-m., sermon by AND .
executive board of the at the New River "Our Rev. J. E. Sherwood. Communion
D ner Baptist 3. His subject will be, pres-
Christian ChurchWomen Starke Woman's Club will meet Church at 1:30 p. m. All friends ent Knowledge of Forms and 11:15. Dinner on the grounds at

[ STARKE rrlCATRi FL':.' Thursday afternoon, Feb 3, at and relatives of the. couple are in- Causes of Mental Inadequacy." 12 noon. Song Service at 2 p.m. QUICK

Met TuesdayThe 3:30 o'clock in the club lounge. vited. Dr. Benda is the Director of Afternoon message at 2:30 by Rev.
W. Pomplum, pastor of First SERVICETrent.
Research and Clinical Psychiatry RCA Victor 17-Inch
Fri., Sat.-Jan. 28, 29 Ladies of the Woman's U.D.C.Vill MeetThe Wesleyan Guild Meets at the Walter E. Fernald State Christian Church of Gainesville. lowest priced RCA
Council of the First Christian Business
meeting at 3
DOUBLE FEATURE School, Waverly, Mass., the oldest p.m., prosided Victor TV. Cabinet 30%
Church held their monthly meetings February meeting of the Members of Methodist WSCS institution in this country, erectedin over by Clyde Colson, president smaller than prior models. PHONE

Killer Leopard I Tuesday right of last week. W. T. Week's Chapter. U. D. C. ,will entertain the Wesleyan 1848 by the Commonwealth of Christian Endeavor at 6:15. Ebony finish. Matching"Roll

Circle 1, Mrs. L. J. Kite, leader, will be held Wednesday, Feb. 2, at Service. Guild Friday evening at Massachusetts.On Evening Service at 7 p.m. Mes- Around" stand on
Sheffield "Bomba
Johnny as andBeverly met at the home of Mrs. Louise Rev.
by
3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. L. the church recreation hall at 7:30 Friday, Feb. 4, from 9 a.m. sage Sherwood. wheels available, extra.-
GarlandAnd 'Neuman with seven members and This meeting is to Model 17S450. "
I open the 239
A. Davis. o'clock. until noon, there will be an open
one. visitor present. The devotional :panel clinical discussion at Pine public. Come and bring your

BordertownGun was given by Mrs. Neuman. j Castle School, 4911 Spring Park friends and enjoy a day of old- $159-95
Sentence prayer was offered. Taking time fellowship with the church
Road, Jacksonville. This will be _
Fighters part on the program. "Be members.
retarded
restricted to parents of
Temperant In All Things," was FREE ESTIMATES
Bill Elliott and "Gshb children. Following the morning
Hayes Mrs. W. L. Andrews, Mrs. Margaret LYLE ANDERSON SERVES -
Plus Serial last Chap. "Batman"and discussion, a luncheon will be held
and Neu WITH
Blankenship Mrs. AIR SQUADRON
2
Cartoon at the J & M Town House, 3510 WE GUARANTEE YOUR PICTURE
man. During the business session Lyle ,Anderson disbursing clerk : $9.95
at 12:30
Highway, : p.m.
plans were made for an all-day Phillips 2-c, USN, is with
serving Air
interested. Guest Development TUBE FOR ONE FULL YEAR '
Sun. Mon. and Tues. [
meeting Friday as a clean-up day Don't know if I can get the Little John Anderson celebrated for anyone Squadron 2 at the U. S.
Jan. 30 31 Feb. 1 will be Dr. Robert Carter
for the convention the following numbness out,of my fingers long his 5th on Jan. 26 : Hear speakers Naval Auxiliary Air Station Chin-i
DOUBLE FEATURE the Farm Colony, and Dr.
Sunday. enough to type the column this that the Thomas E. Peels are occupying from coteagne. Va. This squadron fires.
of Florida. SHEPHERDRADIO
Every Girl The meeting closed with the week or not ,. We really have the Sauls cottage on MeMahon Mase There of will the be University a nominal fee for the remotely-controlled "Hellcat" figh- CHAS. C.

hostess serving delicious refresh- had it in the past week, with more street .. James and June ReservaUorul ter planes during exercises with
Should Be MarriedGary ments. rain than we've had in months Groover, have moved into their clinic and luncheon. the Atlantic Fl 'et. Anderson is TV SEAT COVERS
R. P. -
be made by writing:
Grant and Franchot Tone topped off with the frostiest new home in Saratoga Heights... may the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. LJ'
-And- Circle 2, Mrs. Clyde Colson, mornings we've had this year .. Tommy Ritch expects to get his 'I Stedeford, Box 6265 or phone Anderson of Starke and the husband Phone 239 Starke, Fla.

leader, met at the Parsonage with Even Willie, the town whistle, new doctor's office under construction Evergreen 8-1885, Jacksonville.Dr. of the former Mamie Smith
The Desperado Mrs. Sherwood. Mrs. Josie Childs East Benda's topic will demon of Blythewood S. C.
woke up with laryngitis Tuesday on Call street in the near ,
and Mrs. Dolly Lopers as hostesses. strate how research in mental deficiencies
... .
he future
Morris, Garland at 7 a. m. poor thing
Wayne Beverly There were eight members and __ has thrown a new light
Plus Cartoon for Children 'tried so hard to whistle and could Had a phone call Wednesday n
two visitors Mrs Sher- onthe situation and has given
present. \
little out .. The
only get a peep afternoon from a distressed house .
about
Wed., Thur.-Feb. 2, 3 wood gave tha devotional. Duringthe frost Tuesday morning was the wife in' the southwest section of. humanity a clearer idea (

business meeting plans were heaviest rye ever seen .. Some the causes of abnormal developmentand -
DOUBLE FEATURE city, saving boys in the neigh- .
made for an all day meeting at possible ways of cure or improvement i
f Walt Disney'sPinocchio yards still looked like a light snow borhood have been shooting 'bluebirds -
the Church at least for a number
Friday.The storm had hit 'em as late as 9 and warblers again ..'. As -
hostesses served refreshments |o'clock, and rooftops glistened ... she talked she had before her in of afflicted children. The com \

-And- during the social hour. ::1 Quite a few early risers had to the. house one little creature that pletely pessimistic outlook which ,"
for such a long time has .
prevailed
almost use an ice pick to get their '
was dying of a shot fired .
Second ChanceRobert Jimmy Shuford, 3, !car doors open due to the rain youngster "just for fun". .by My a changed in many respects, and a

Mitchum, Linda Darnell :the night before, there was ice on friend thinks that parents shouldbe more hopeful outlook is now gen-

Plus Comedy for Children Has Birthday PartyMrs. ,everything reminded that It's illegal for erally accepted. ,

1 Hear that Buddy Bishop and to 'be
Sidney Shuferd entertainedat boys shooting rifles of any Pp
a birthday party last Saturday ,Bill Graham, along with six fellows description unless accompanied bya New Vet Hospital IOUH1H

afternoon at her home on W. !I from Indianapolis, braved grownup .. So remember that,' May Go To GainesvilleRep.

Madison street in celebration of !the elements over the weekend to from and dad, and unarm those thB ETo

her son Jimmy's third anniversary. go deep sea fishing out from Car- "Deadeye Dicks" before they get D. R. (Billy) Matthews OR \!

Invited to celebrate the occasion i.rabelle, and brought in 60 big ones into real trouble ,. Sorry, to introduced a bill in the U. S. itll \

NOW with Jimmy were 30 of his little I. ..-. The poor fish were probably hear that Bill Mundy had a heart House of Representatives recentlyfor I s.licf ,

friends and their mothers. The ,glad to get out of the Gulf and attack Wednesday and hop he's the construction of a 1,000-bed II t.plsc.,,. /

youngsters played games indoors :find a warmerspot in someone's better now .. Veterans Administration neuro- : .

and received favors of whistle bal- I frying pan ..; The A. H. Henrys So long See you In the next.Carolyn [psychiatric hospital east of Gaines I

loons. The refreshment table was have had some disappointing news ville. ,.

Capital StockProtection centered with a hand crocheted from their daughter, :Martha Henry The site has been under govern- Choose..thei'ihtpointfortheway ."

centerpiece on top of which was Saunders, who is now in Lon- Bradford Hi.X Club ment consideration since World .

the white birthday cake decoratedin don, England, where her husbandis War H, and Matthews predicted

yellow and green. stationed at Braze-Norton Air Plans Dance, Banquet several months ago that the hospital l

Assisting Mrs. Shuford in serving Base ,Martha says they won't would be built. Surveys in- -
and caring for the guests were Be coming back to the States in Tha Bradford Hl-Y Club met at dicate that Florida is In the "crit- you wife.Jy number lI

AT her mother, Mrs. Ben Hall, Mrs. June, as planned, since Airman the USO Building Monday night ical category" in regards to bed I

|Joe Shuford of St Augustine :Mrs. Saunders has re-enlisted over there and planned a Valentine's Day space for veterans needing neuro- :;. /

|J'ohn Shuford, Sr. of Lawtey. and for six months longer to finish up dinner-dance and a Father and psychiatric treatment. *
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LOWESTPossible Mrs. Jack Hall and Mrs. T. G. his service .. Son banquet. The Valentine's / -
Ritch of Starke. dance will be held following a supper ,
Sorry to learn that Jack and Pat Moose Will RenewMembership
in the school cafeteria. "
Detweiler will be moving to Or-
Rate Little Women's Club lando this weekend, where Jack I The theme of the Father and EffortsOtto

will join the staff of the Orlando I Son banquet will be "Pals Together j jI
Met Monday EveningThe daily They have made lots of ." The fathers will buy the tick- M. Schleicher, state director jI

I. friends during their stay in Starke jets and the boys will furnish the for the Loyal Order of the I

Auto Liability Little Women's Club meto. and everyone hates to see 'em go program. The program and enter Moose, said that he planned to
Monday evening at the home 01 finish organizing a Moose Chapterin I I
Jessie Young's pet dog, Kazan, tainment committee appointedwas I
the club sponsor, Mrs. Calvin. Bradford County that was begun
$5,000 Eskimo sled ) has
to $10,000 a Samoyed ( dog
Houpt with Clair Jean Mundy. : DeWaye Elder chairman;: Christmas John I :
here before by
Bodily Injury :-eally been running off with the II I I II
in the Pearson Cox Glen Reddish and I
vice-president, presiding Milo, a Moose membership repre
t
ribbons lately .. Won three ribbons H "
$5,000 absence of the president, Joyce Harold sentative.
Property Damage in the dog show in Jax re- Beasley. I I
ScholL i cently and three more last weekend Billy Moore and Arthur Patray I Schleicher said Milo is currently I
As Low Plans were made to sell candyat I ill and he expects to send another I II
Q.05 at the dog show in Clearwater. will head the ticket committee.
the home basketball games to [representative to Bradford County I
list of chicken victims -
Thomas
Quite a pox L. Casey was the
raise money for the club treasury. guest shortly. He said Milo had organized -
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As this week.. including Janet speaker, and the I7 .-.ikii I. $4.23 ,
i A committee was appointed to j boys enjoyed ,over 50 members for the chapter stylas ,
Jackie Arnold, Susan Wiggins -
decorate the tea table at the Hardy !hearing his remarks on the personality here.
Paul King Larry Reddish 0 WOWGZEC1O1 .
If You Qualify t Senior Woman's Club Youth Conservation -. and Lavern Johnson. Ann Mat- in the.hom and on Universal I II 4 CPOiNTST1l .
program on Feb. 9. The '
Little Women's Club members are thews is over hers and back in Military Training.Associational Cub Scout Pack

invited to attend this meeting.The school Hear that Piney Brown To Meet MondayA : *TKISE POINTS SHOAUYttCOMMBWED FOX ScHOOL USS I

hostesses served refresh- was given a delightful surprise WMU

ASK US ments during the social hour. house-warming Saturday night a I Cub Scout Pack meeting will ,
week ago .. In on the party were Meets On Feb. 7 ALSO MATCHED PEN AND PENCIL SETS I III
be held Monday: night at 7:30:
Mural Gardner, Scootie. Duke, Dot
Myrna Lois Griffis The New River Associational o'clock in the Methodist recrea I I'I
Epperson, Dot Johns, Nina Bishop,
H.C. Wall AgencyPhone \Veds Billy MartinMr. Jacquelyn :Moorer, Nell Andrews, W. )t. U. Rally will be held at tion building.! This is th first II A Complete Selection Of Point Styles and Colors at the

Bess Burns, Dea Wilson, Virginia Brooker Church on Feb. 7 at 10a. pack meeting since the recent '

and Mrs. Joe Griffis, Sr. announce Smith, Hilda Houston, Marian m. Everyone is invited, bring reorganization and L. Hillendahl I'I'Ii
146 the marriage of their Ritch, and Mamie Phillips .. .
your sandwiches and the host chairman of the committee urges I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
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daughter, Myrna Lois to Billy Sheldon Linda Kay Sale celebrated her \
200 E. Call S1. Starke Fh. \
Marlon, son of Mrs. Thelma,13Ui birthday anniversary on Jan. church will furnish coffee and des all parents and boys of Cub ageto I

. Martin and the late Henry Martin,,,, 12 with a party at her home on sert. .- Mrs. Emma Lamoreaux, attend this initial meeting. Ned I,' I Ii
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-" Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart Friends of CoL H. C. Wall will
Local 4-H Girls TORNADO ZIPPER BINDERS, i
plan to move to Tampa next Tuesday be interested to know that he is i
where :Mr. Stewart will con- getting along nicely in the Jacksonville Give DemonstrationAt $1.50. Just the thing for keeping ;
tinue his studies at the University Naval Hospital where he FIGHT I year books and other school supplies !

of Tampa. Jlr. and Mrs. Stewart underwent an operation last week. REA MeetingMarilyn securely. Bradford County !I

have spent the past month with Among his visitors at the hospital !
Mrs. Stewart's mother Mrs. M. H. have been bit and Mrs. Junius 1 Cox and Nancy Dally, Telegraph.J5Z5H5Z5252S25Z5E5H52S2SZ525252S2 f
Colley. Smith, Mrs. Joe Wilson, Mrs. W.i POLIO! gave a 4-H team demonstrationon j fj ft
NEWS B. H Thursday, Jan. 20, at the REA t
Miss Mandy Deas of Valdosta, Mundy, Jerry Gay and Mr. and {
:Mrs. J. G. Godwin of the j Annual Meeting program, Keyj -
Ga. was the weekend guests of Mr. State THAT DAY I
I
Farm. j stone Heights, before estimated
and Mrs. J. H. Deas, Jr. II an t
I I audience of 2,000 i
and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre wentto Costume Jewelry Sale. Reg. $1 people. I
Larry Gibson is spending Thursday Nancy DuPre Kathryn Kellyare 1 Other 4-H team demonstrations Is Here Again!
and Friday In Daytona Beach spending their mid-semester Atlantic Beach Sunday to visit items only 59o at Eullington's '
on
( using electricity 1
Studio. .3 were given by
attending the State County Supervisors vacation >;rom U. of F. with their Mr. and Mrs. W A. Partain. I $ girls from Columbia Alachua
,
meeting. respective parents. Mrs. Sam Gillespie returned to Mr. and :Mrs. E. R. :Myers of j and

Miss Carolyn Ray of New Yorkis Mr and Mrs. Fred Y, Cooper of her home In Fort Meade Wednes ['Michigan were Tuesday visitors of Clay troduced Counties.by Mrs.The Bonnie girls J.were Carter.in- { I
day after spending several weeks airr and Mrs. W. H. Nollman. I
spending this week with her Battle Creek. Mich. spent Sundayand j Home Improvement Specialist with .
Monday with Mrs. Vergie with her mother Mrs. Laura Col- :Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk attended 'the State I
Home
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill ley and with her the funeral I DemonstrationOffice urtf'l'ifI/'hit
Flynn Mrs. W. D. Faxon and Mr. brother, Carr of B. B. Adkinson i Tallahassee. I
Edwards. and Mrs. H. J. Waters. Colley who is now home followingan [in Gainesville Tuesday. Marilyn and Nancy gave an in- Ie /tt S--6. I

Dr. and Mrs. It. S. Mullins and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and operation two weeks ago. Mrs. Bertha Pearce and daughter teresting demonstration on using CAR '
son, Robin, went to Winter Haven Mrs.. Ben Holtzendorf, Sr. and Mrs. Mary Lane of Jacksonville an automatic EEiING I
washing machine,
Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. daughter Evelyn, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall visited'Mri: spent the weekend with Mrs. emphasizing the
importance of
George Mullins and new baby son. Mrs. Sinclair's mother Mrs. W. S. Holtzendorf Monday in St. Yin Mary Beth Peacock in Orlando.: ing a low-sudsing detergent and us- BY ,

Mrs. J. R. Kelly and son, Roger Slade, Sr. in Douglas, Ga. over cent's hospital, Mr. Holtzendorf rt Delegates or the Auxiliary of hot water (140 degrees Fahren- I

spent last Friday in Jacksonville. the weekend. underwent ap operation. on Mon St. Mark's Episcopal Church who beit) for effective washing results. HALLMARKMake
day. attended the Diocesan convention 1 0 The
e girls also
this
.. -. -. .-. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shiver and Tuesday to Thursday at St. John's So before their gave 4-H Club demonstration at
I Mr. and Mrs. Moore of Cathedral
Jerry Way- in Jacksonville were its monthly Your Selection Today
cross, Ga. were weekend guestsof Mrs. Herb Thomas, Mrs. Mattie JANUARY 3-31 meeting Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez Gahagan Mrs. Elva Stewart,"Mrs.P. given morning.in The Olson's demonstration store. was While Our Stock Is Large

and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond.Dr. J. Quattlebaum and Miss Clara The and Varied. We Have Just
Leaman. girls were trained by Mrs.
M. C. Stith of Washington,
D. C. wad the guest of Mrs. H. L. Ann Johns and Agnes Lawsonare Adult Studied As One Mary Dally, REA home economist, The Right Card For Everyone -
Dedicated To Community Service Delinquency and Miss Dorothy Ross,
Brownlee and Mr. and Mrs. Jim; home between semesters from Home On Your List.
Movies Are Better Than Ever" Chasteen on Monday and Tuesday.'FSU and :Martha Landrum Is home Demonstration Agent.

Mrs. L. B. Alvarez, Mrs. Eula from U. of F. Of Many Causes Of Juvenile CrimeEight --
If find concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad I
you your name Hollingsworth and Mrs. E. C. :Mrs. J. L. Hair and daughter, Starke Lions Help

cut ad out and present it to 'Box Office for FREE TICKETS Priest attended the funeral of P.H. [Ann from Lake City spent the Bradford County resi-! Rnellen, public health nurse;; Dr. March Of Dimes OTHER VALENTINE

Day in Jacksonville Saturday weekend with Mrs. Hair's mother, idents joined with other civic and Florence Jennings, juvenile coun- i SUGGESTIONS

Fri., Sat.-Jan. 28 29 BIG DOUGLE FEATURE afternoon. Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth, who has religious leaders from nine North sellor; Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum; Starke's Lions helped the Marchof
Costume Jewelry Sale. Reg. $1 been ill with the flu. Florida counties at a conferencein and Miss Clara Leaman.In Dimes drive
-AndConquest items only 59c at ullington'sStudio. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson and Jacksonville Monday to discuss commenting on the meeting, last night ( at their meeting Costume Jewelry
family spent Sunday with Mr. and juvenile delinquency. Judge Yawn said that concentration Thursday) by contributing
all
( of Cochise Mrs. of the money taken in
Mrs. Bun Haynes of Winter Fred Leonhard in Keystone Much of the discussion at the on adult delinquency was one by the tail Paint SetsCameras
twister and by auction-
Haven spent the first part of last Heights.Mr. Jacksonville meeting centered of many plans that might help
ing
off
i With All Star Cast : and :Mrs. J. H. Ritch a gift for the highest dona
1, week with Mrs. Ada Alexanderand spenta around adult delinquency as a reduce juvenile delinquency. He
Plus "Ship Ahooey" Cartoons and Miss Wilma Alexander.Mr. few days last week with Air. and major cause of juvenile delinquen- said that it is impossible to teach tion.The
and Mrs. Hugh Edge of Mrs. II. H. Durden and family at c y. Although there was some disagreement through compulsory schooling send Lions last week voted to

Chap. No. 3 of SerialJ. Gainesville spent Sunday afternoon Jacksonville Beach. five Ideas emerged such traits as human understand a resolution to State Rep.
1 nuui r.MOWKTUKUOM.msorwiaa with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Duke. Mr. and Mrs. 'J. A. Dankel of from the session: ing. Doyle Conner asking for his help

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Driggersof Waycross, Ga. were Monday and 1) The juvenile problem Is primarily in securing more money for the
Judge Yawn said that misbehaving
K. DOUGLAS F. L. PELLUM Florida Council
Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. for the Blind.
Lake Butler were Saturday N. S.Dankel. a moral one stemmingfrom children can be broken
New
I Sun., Mon. and Tues. guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Albert misconduct among adults. down into "delinquent children" members added by the
Wed., Thur.-Feb. 2, 3 Mrs. M. H. Colley and son, Jerry, Hartmann 2)) Compulsory schooling on and "dependent children." He Lions recently are X. M. Smith
Jan. 30, 31, Feb. 1 t [spent the weekend in Tampa visit- and Davis GassetL
Stewart In rearing children should be estab- Visitors at 1
and Mrs. James were Mr. said the dependent children are 11 /
ing and Mrs.
3 BIG DAYSBEEP George Kuhnast. last
C J.'IISjA t+rnnts\ Gainesville shopping Saturday. Ted Connell returned lished for parents of delinquent ones that would lead normal lives week's meeting were C. L.
...itl1 |- Little David Silcox Is confinedto day from the Lake home Mon children. execept for some problem in the Coons of Deland and J. W. Jordan, Phone 265 Starke, Fla.i .

DANAANDREWS St. Vincent's Hospital for observation. where he underwent City his Hospital,' 3) The emphasis in solving the home He said a concentrationon a former member who now re
third i
sides in
Louisiana. 5ZEl
,
delinquency problem should be on
r operation and was confined for 15 parents might help these .chil
Friends of John Godwin will be [ preventive measures. dren, but he feels that many "de

'' tt qt b DONNA interested to know that he entered, days.Mr.. and Mrs. Louis Gay of Jacksonville ... 4) District Juvenile courts linquent children" are motivated by I t

1 REm ithe Lake City V. A. hospital on were the Sunday afternoon should be established to servecounties influences: outside the home.

F / Tuesday for further observationand' guests of"Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lee!I which are unable to support Judge Yawn attributes the rise
(
,. treatment. John returned Crosby Jr. and family. individual courts. of delinquency to a general break- RANCHO
..t. Y' I home last week from St. Vincent's Mrs. J. O. Traxler'of Pensacola 5)) .Law enforcement officers down of moral standards. He

.hospital where he had been under [and Mrs. Dorothy Preston of Jack- should be given training on the, said books, magazines, movies,
: treatment" for the past two weeks.sonville were last Friday guests'I fine points of the law in dealing television, and other media place

T. H. Slade was in Baxley, Ga.{of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. with juveniles. more emphasis on crime and sex RestaurantUnder
"* HinCHNICOtOR O on business Tuesday. I W. H Nollman returned home There was no formal voting on than ever before. He said that
1; i t1)IIf I I Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Seymourwere Sunday after several weeks busi any question, but the (,rend of discussion |all these things have their effecton

law rtv If Vttt\ now U.MOW)MM.SUMS awn mi II UXi m wwwJatai ..... in Jacksonville Tuesday.W. ness trip to Asheville N. C. indicated general agreement today's youth.

: INMYHE&RT F. LaMorte of New York Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Martin and on those points. Judge Yawn feels that only amoral New ManagementTry
daughter June, of The local
Fort
McCoy attending the
City was the weekend guest of persons I and spiritual reemphasis
i Plus "This( Is Your Army" and Mr. and :Mrs. Junius Smith and R. were Air and overnight Mrs. guests Tuesday of meeting were: Rev. W. S. Mc- i will have any lasting effect on .
R.
F. Young. Alley chairman of the Children'sCommittee
A. Weeks. I the rate of dejinqency. He feels
I I '* COLOR sfcteNOo* "Out of Fun" Cartoon and I Kenneth Tyns Is home from U. items Costume only Jewelry 59c Sale. Reg. $1 ; Mrs. Marguerite Hall, I that progress has already been
at
1 1 -_ Latest World News of F. for his midsemester vacation.Mr. Studio Bullington's secretary. of the committee; SheriffP. I made against juvenile delinquency

Plus, Do Someone A Favor and and Mrs. Tony MacLane of Mrs. W. H. Nollman spent Mon. .Theron D. Reddish A. Yawn; Jack County Trawick Judge, i State in that the community and the Our
Latest World News Cherry Point, N. C. were weekend day and Tuesday In 'Jacksonvillevisiting are; giving such widespreadstudy
county sanitarian; Mrs. MarthaHaas [.
to the
.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. problem.Presbyterian
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,, '-,oiI!,- -; Tyus.IT'S Dawkins and daughters, Janelle ''- ':
I HICKORY SMOKED:
I) and Paula Mari_ I BiD Tells

-, ". n ____ I Mrs. R. F.:Young and Mrs. S. R. Church .
Love were visiting Mrs. F. E. Elects New EldersThe

John in Clearwater over the week Of County's SoilConservation '.
BAR B ,
i I end.Mrs.. Evie Johnson congregation of the First Q .t
of Jackson- Presbyterian Church held its
an
ville spent Wednesday here visit- nual meeting Sunday for the
NewsThe purpose
ing Mrs.
Jimmie Woodard.
of electing officers.
Elder
UNLAWFULFor Mrs. Effie Johns and J. ALSO OUR
Oscar nephews, R. Kite was re-elected for a five ,
wives, and spent(Carl Carter and ,their Board of Supervisors for year term, and Deacons B. C.'
Wednesday in Dade the Bradford Soil Conservation Holtzendorf Sr. and Barney E. Mc-

City Carrie with Smith Mrs., and Johns'Mr.sister and Mrs Mrs. District held their regular monthly Rae year ni were re-elected for three- U. S. CHOICE STEAKS
at terms.
C. L. Smith. meeting Lloyd Green's home. Herbert A. Green was ,
Mr. Those present were V. R. Ferguson elected as deacon for a three-year

Any Person or Persons to Engage in accompanied and Mrs.Mr. E.and L.Mrs.Matthews Louie J. B., chairman Lloyd Green and term. His election brings the total '

Wadsworth of Live .White, .supervisors; G. T. number of deacons on the board i
Oak to Winter,[ to
Huggins
Haven last secretary; Leon Carter seven.

Business Under Fictitious Name Unless Saturday tended the evening annual Friday Press where they Breakfast attended they at.I Service.and Bill Haas, Soil Conservation R.Other G. Paterson elders ,on chairman active duty; Claude are J. Maurice Edwards. ,

the premiere of the historical out The Board held a lengthy discussion Crowson, vice chairman; B. C. OWNER
MANAGER
door drama "Florida Aflame," in on wild fires. While the Holtzendorf Jr., and K. G. Duncan. -

The Name Is Registered the new amphitheatre at Safety Board was meeting there were five These officers will be installed at
I I
? Harbor. fires visible from town. The a service to be held in February.

I
I damage caused by wild fires not .
1 .. Gainesville Market 'I hurts
!" only the property owner it
,(. ; Plans Free Fish Fry I hurts the men who make a living -

i working timber. It hurts the
Saturday AfternoonThe merchants
Prices .Slashed Again
and town, people. It hurts
Read This Florida Law"It
Farmers Produce Market in+jour County by cutting down our.
I .. Gainesville recently entered Into i I future pine trees, which Is one of
a contract with the B & D Produce the main sources of Income for
!. shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined heron, to Co. to serve as exclusive sales Bradford County. IN OUR FINAL CLEARANCE OF OUR

f engage In business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined agents for the market for a perioo The Board of Supervisors is

I without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the of vileges.three years, with renewal pri planning contest. The to subject sponsor is a"What speaking Soil GREATEST SALE IN HISTORY !

clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of businessIs The plan of operation will be for Conservation Districts are Doing

with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid an affidavit farmers to bring their produce to to Conserve Soil and Water Re .

signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of the market where it will be prop sources in Florida." High school Selection Of Men's BOY'S JACKETS /
erly graded and packed, and then students of 1954-55 school year 0
Lined and Unlined 'A.f
an those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the in offered by selling agents to the will be eligible. The winner of the .

terest of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon. trade. A fixed fee, will be charged County contest will go to an area 1 JACKETS

Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto for this service. Modern methods test contest if successful and then to the state con I :;1. -
of
engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or merchandising strict of perishables require Values N.9PRICE
control
quality in or I
heir intention register said fictitious name at least once a week for four der to return to growers the maximum Dr. S. R Marco made a request To $ LADIES SHOES

((4)) consecutive weeks in,some newspaper as defined by law in the county proceeds for their crops. The .for located a soil about survey three on miles his place 9.95
out the
where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be auction in the past method will that be discontinued.has been used |Raiford (16) Road. His land lines

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court were located on aerial photographs MEN'S C
except
upon receiving proof of The B & D Produce. Co. Is a new WINTER
and 98
a request for a soil surveywas
such
publication. partnership composed of Moe made.C. DRESS PANTS
Boris of the nationally known M I
i UNDERWEAR
EO Produce Co., one of the outstanding i C. C. Wynn used the Distric's Now
,
If you are engaged in business under name distributors of this area fertilizer distributor to put out Value
any
To
for
many years, and W. Lester 0-10-20 fertilizer on his clover $198 Drawers
Duncan -who has also operated! Frazier 6.95 $1'39
pasture.
Shaw also used

other than your own, and have not had this name Chastain years successfully as vice to this president area for of many the;:I'clover.the District Over distributor a cup of to coffee fertilize at I Shirts d.fC'p lS

Co. and the Florida Brokerage Canova's Drug Store, Frazier re BOY'S SHIRTS
Co., both located in Canal 'marked that with this slow rain UNION SUITS

properly advertised and registered will he Point. The rating of Mr. Duncan we had this week the fertilizer Now New Selection Of
we Value I
and his firms
by the rating agencies should take hold and make the LADIES
is the highest obtainable. clover get out and grow. To
Associated with Boris and I 1,98 $1.19 $179
Duncan DRESSES
glad to give all Information to is John A. Dulany of Pahokee, Area Soil -Scientist George .
you necessary as a veteran produce man whose wide Brown Is making land capability Sizes 1 to 20 Age :<

experience will be. valuable In maps In Bradford County this Ladies 98C
making this operation one of the week. These maps will be used Children's .
what you should do. most outstanding in the U. S. to prepare a complete soil and

To acquaint Interested persons water conservation farm plan for BAGS 49C HA IS 98: and
[with this new operation a free I each farm. These services are $1.98 i $4.98BARKSDALE'S

fish fry and entertainment will be available, at no cost, to any one
given at the Gainesville marketon interested in using their land with

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Saturday, Jan. 29. Serving will in its capabilities and,, treating It
I begin at 4 p. m. A hill billy band according to its needs. Requests STARKE

will provide music and marketing for these services may be made DEPT. STORE FLORIDA
specialists will give valuable info to the Supervisors County Agent
mation. or at the son Conservation Service

All farmers are especially at 119 East Call Street, or
-.U_ t'L., ___ .; ",., _-_- .1+-:-. ....."f, .f...._'i._ .'..: '.k; : vited. thphone 152.

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PAGE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKRE FLORIDA
FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1955
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Livestock Growers VEGETABLE GROWERS default will be taken against you said Complaint will be taken
Home DemonstrationNotes for the relief M
demanded in said confessed
SOIL CONSERVATION ARE ADVISED TO AVOIDOVERFLANTLXG complaint. by you.
.Must Improve Stock This notice 't hall be published
IN DONE AND ORDERED
55B at Starke. I oradford each we k for foul conseculavseeks
County, Florida this 5 day I w in the Bradford .
: &M N-E-W-S 1 For Stable IncomeTo With consumer incomes expected [of January, 1955. graph. County Tel -
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles Dated this 15
'byDOROTHY A. Darby day of January.
4 to continue at the
I )1 same high Clerk. Circuit Court 19 55.
) ROSS By Bill H'i' realize stable incomes from levels of 1954 during the coming Bradford CountyBy OFFICIAL SEAL) Chants A. Darby
,: their enterprises, Florida livestock I ear, Florida vegetable growers Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk j Clerk of tile Circuit Court
Home Demonstration Agent u. S. SOIL CONSERVATIONSERVICE f producers should make strong and should A. Z. Adkins. Jr.. 3 SE First Avenue. II 3y Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.
enjoy fairly good returns Gainesville, Florida
i
: Attorney for 1/21 U 111IB
I continuous efforts to improve the
in 1955, according to economists PlaIn tift. 1/7 it 1/SS
.I" quality of their cattle; says Dr. The Circuit Covet oi Bradford
shell and : of the University of Florida I I '
GREEN Vegetable Variety you your family are in A Agri- SOTICE TO ArPEARIn 08.t-, Florida. In Chancery.
T. J. Cunha of the of
I""for N, University cultural Extension Service. Clwult Court. Bradford County Ruth Lynell Schaffer, Plaintiff,
bright-green vegetables a real treat. ,To roast clean vs.
"So many I -- -- Florida Agricultural Experiment Florida !. Chancery.us Donald L Schaffer, Defendant.
to choose from there's no oysters thoroughly, place on baking The Board of Supervisors for the Dr. S. R. Marco made a request Stations. For profitable operations in 1955, G E. Kershaw. Plaintiff vs. Regina Case No. 10-S2S ..
I Bradford Soil Conservation District for a soil 'survey on his place located -I however, growers must avoid Kershaw Defendant. Order Of Publication And 'otic*
need ever to tire of something sheet, and roast in hot oven (450 "In the decline of beef cattle over'i Case No. 10.131otlt'e To Appears Slat Of Florida Tot
held their regular monthly about three miles out the j planting snapbeans, To Appear. Donald L. Schaffer, whose !
food i resi
green on the menu, say degrees F) about 15: minutes or 'meeting at Lloyd Green's home. Raiford ((16) Road. His land lines prices during the past two years ..'tomatoes, and other crops, produce To: Regina Kershaw, whose resi dence and address is: Fasron 17, !;
scientists of the U. S. Depart- until the shells begin to he emphasizes "the drop in the I dence and address is: 65 Lang St., D iv. 12. c/o F.P.O.. New York. New
open. .Those present were'V. R. Ferguson were located on aerial photographs high quality crops, and hold their Newark New Jersey. Y ork.
ment of Agriculture. Serve In the prices of low, grades has been much 1 :
oysters shell
with Chairman, Lloyd Green andJ. and a request for a soil survey was production costs to a minimum. You are hereby notified that a You are required! to appear on
:Many families In this country melted butter or a pepper vinegar, B. White, Supervisors; G. T. made. rharper and more pronounced than I The economists predict that I I suit DIvorce.for February 21, 1955, in the above i
''saltines con- custody, support of min earned Court and
cause wherein
and coffee. the in -of
off nutritionally drop prices high quality I
be better
would
Huggins, Secretary; Leon Carter [sumers will have enough money to or child plaintiff seeks divorce. ,

if they ate green vegetables more Shucked fresh or frozen oysterscan and Bill Haas, Soil Conservation C. C. Wynn used the District animals." I I continue buying high quality fresh I'above has been named filed Court against and you cause In ana the publish Bradford this County Order Telegrap in next* shall four I

often. [ be purchased. For high quality Service. fertilizer to put out 0-10-20 fertilizer While much progress has been I vegetables as well as canned and you are required to serve a copy of weekly IssueL I

The brighter the green the more select oysters that are plump, The Board held a lengthy discussion on his clover pasture. Frazier made In Improving Florida cattle frozeij vegetables. To meet this'I your plaint answer on the or pleading Plaintiff'to the corns Witness at Starke my, Florida hand ,and official i

likely these vegetables are to be of natural creamy color, and are on wild fires, and duringthe Shaw also used th District distributor during the past 25 years, the healthy demand without flooding II I T. Frank Landrum. Starke, 1 5. 1955. this January !

rich in vitamin A and other in clean oyster liquor. meeting there were five woods to fertilize clover. Over quality of many animals in this I the market should be the primary,and Florida file tM (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

vitamins and minerals. The fresher -: Careful handling of any sea fires visible from town. The dam- a cup of coffee, Frazier remarked state is still very low. "To stabilize aim of the grower. (Overplanting the Clerk of original the Circuit In the Court office on or of By Marian L. As Crosby Clerk, Deputy of said Court Clerk t'

they are, the better, too. I food Is most Important Oysters age caused by wild fires not only that with the slow rain we had his income" the animal hus .of watermelons this year resulteo,I before otherwise the 21 the day of February, 1955; Charles R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life
these vegetables a should be refrigerated and kept hurts the property owner It hurts this week bandman declares, "every producer in glutted allegations of said Building, Jacksonville, Florida. I
If you hold I the. fertilizer should take markets and unprofitable Complaint will be taken as confessed A ttys. for Plf. 1/21 4t 2/11
day or two before using, refrigerate very cold or frozen until ready the men who make a living working 'hold and make the clover get out should do all he can to improvehis I prices for this crop.) by you.
to use. Once thawed should cattle." This notice shall be published NOTICE TO APPEAR
they
timber.
them moist It hurts the merchantsand [and
them. Keep grow. Besides the IB Circuit
[ attention they must once each week for four consecu Court. Bradford C.B.tft {
IE the vegetable crisper or other never be re-frozen. the town people. It hurts our With the breeding season In the give to the size of plantings !.tive week In the Bradford County Floridai IB Chaurtry.Dolly .

covered container In the moister- Oysters are rich In vitamins and I County by cutting down our future Area Soil Scientist George Brownis offing, It Is important for the cat. country, growers also must in con this.I !Telegraph.Dated this 19 day of January, Frank Mae Marion Marion,. Defendant., Plaintiff, Vs.

resistant bag they came In or In minerals. Fresh oysters when pine trees, which Is one of making land capability maps in tleman to give special attention to sider anticipated increases 1955. Case No. 10-830

a plastic bag. Store beans and I combined with milk, as in oyster the main sources of Income for Bradford County this week. These the animals in his breeding herd.I from Mexico and Cuba in vegetables thai (OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of) the Charles Circuit A; Darby Court \otlce To: Frank To Appears Marlon, whose resIdence -

peas in the pod, if possible, to stew, and served with crisp carrot Bradford County. maps will be used to prepare a "The first step in improving qual will compete with their By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk and address is: Unknown.

keep them fresh. A short cooking and celery sticks provide sufficient The Board of Supervisors Is plan,. complete soil and water conserva- ity is to obtain and use only high ing the first four months crops dur 1/21 4t 1/11 jult You for are hereby notified that a

time until Just tender-Is most amounts of nearly all the essen- ning to sponsor a speaking contest i. tion farm plan for each farm. quality purebred bulls," Dr. Cunha Barring destructive of 1955. NOTICE-TOPPJUR Divorcenas

importantGo tial food elements.To the subject. "What Soil Conservation These services are available, at no says. "The bull should be large for: other unforseen difficulties freezes and In Circuit Cuurt.- Bradford County above been named flied Court against and you cause ra and the

easy with the bacon season preserve their delicate, distinctive Districts are Doing to cost to any one interested in us- his age, have good body conformation major problem of the the I:Matty Fluriilni Story In Deaton Chancery. you are required to serve a copy of

ing. Foods that are. too greasyare r flavor, never cook them Conserve Soil and Water Resources ing their land within its capabilities stand on sound legs and feet: grower is to avoid \egetable,I.Charles L. Deaton. Defendant.Plaintiff, vs. Four complaint answer on or pleading the Plalitlfri to the

not easily digested. too long. Cook just enough to In Florida." High school stu and treating It according to and should have a good record OR that would glut the overproduction j: >otlce To Case No. 10-329 Attorney J. Dbnald Gibson, IOC
heat them through and leave them dents of 1954-55 school year will I its needs. his parents' side. The mother of reduce market ana I AppearTo Smith LTullding Jacksonville, Fla.,
Delicious Oysters Requests for these Serv- prices to unprofitable levels. I : Charles L. Deaton whose and file the original In the office of
In addition to their fine flavor r plump and tender. be eligible. The winner of the ices may be. made to the Super- the bull should have been a good !Laurel residence and address is,: 114 East: be Clerk of the Circuit Court OB
value Here's recipe for scalloped County contest will go to an area visors, milk producer." "TYTTYYYTYTTYYTTTTTTVYTiGRAHAM olina. Street. Florence, South Car jr before the
and high nutritive oysters; a County Agent, or at the 21 day of February, 1955; I
are easy to prepare and serve. oysters that you and your family contest and then to the State con Soil Conservation Service office, Heifers kept in the herd should I' You for are divorce hereby notified that a otherwise the allegations of said I'

If you haven't prepared oystersby will like. I pint oysters; 3 cups test if successful. 119 East Call St. be. better than the cows they are 1 has been filed against you In the Comolalnt zd by,you- will re taken as contesa- !

broiling or roasting them In the fine, soft bread crumbs; ; 1-2 cup replacing. They should be selectedfor above named Court and cause and This notice hall be published \i
ed like fresh meat, so the same high you are required to serve a copy ot I once cs.cn week for four consecutive
..-- -> HINTS TOHOUSEWIVES production possibilities, Mrs. John MclilnneyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAAALA1 your answer or pleading t? the com weeks' in the Bradford County Tele
-t cooking directions may be followed which means that they should plaint on tha Plaintiff Attorney Ira Jlh.
which often is a convenienceto come from cows that Samuel W. Getzen P. O. Box Dated this 18 day of January.
are good L 81, Gainesville. Florida 1S5S.
the home-maker. But meat milk producers and have* good and file the original In the office of tOFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Cwrbf
SLIGHTLY. should be used soon after thawing records for Mr. and Mrs. Dock Campanellaof the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Clerk of the Circuit Court
THAW BEFORE COOKING? to avoid calving regularly and Graham presented their or before the 21 day of February By Marian L. Crosby. D'outy Clerk.
excessive Juice loss. for weaning heavy calves, the Experiment Joan daughter 1955; otherwise the allegations of: 1/1 4t 1/11

Should frozen-meat be thawed i Meats especially large pieces Station worker explains. with a surprise birthday: l'- -- ._ ": -.-- .-
cook more evenly if thawed Dr. Cunha party on Jan. 14. She was 14 V
In
USED GAS APPLIANCESALSO before points out that Flori
cooking, or will it cook as [years old. She received
advance. But If some membersof da's average calf is about many nice ,
crop 50
successfully if started hardfrozen
gifts from her
school
? the family like meat rare and percent, or one I calf for mates.
others like it well done, this meat cow every two years. "This ever y Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Withering-
This question, often asked reproduction ton of Lutz the MONEYFor
by can be put on to cook still hard- rate is much too low" spent weekend
housewives, is answered by Faith frozen. he avers "and ,' with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS every effort should
: Fenton of the New York State John McKinney.Mr. .
No difference in be. made to raise the
palatability, nutritive percentage.
Experiment Station, who has long When and Mrs. Leslie Jones and
a cow does
value. not calve
evaporation "totaldrip"
been concerned with frozen food or every sons, Steve and Stanley, spent last
ANDWASHING has been found Dr. year, it means she has been
Fenton a free that
weekend help need Marion
research. Dr. see
Fenton says com visiting Mrs. Jones' you ,
boarder for
e.tely reports, whether meat Is thawed that time and has retUrned brother and Finance Co. Inc. at Gainesville.
thawed meat may be cook- family, Mr. and Mrs.
during cooking, at room temperature nothing for her feed and
Willard
MACHINESm In keep." Thomas of Otter Creek. Those friendly people are there, especially
or the refrigerator. Some ..__ -I Guests
'u of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.Surrency .
elted butter, 1-4 cup oystei meats need to be thawed In advance .1.Utquale leeo, minerals, diseases for to help with cash those who are in
liquor; 1-4 light end insect control close Sunday dinner were need of $25.00 to 300.00 Monthly Budget
cup cream; ansalt I in order to prepare them for and care- :Mr. and Mrs. James

ALL IN PERFECT CONDITION and pepper to taste. cooking. For example, small pieces ful culling, and other things are Tracy, of LaCrosse. Imler Mr. and and Mrs.son, Loans on Payday 30 day Loans.

Drain oysters, reserving liquor., of stew meat frozen together need beef necessary cattle also for success with P. M. Barefoot of Starke, Mr. and Call Marion Finance Co. and make your
Mix: butter thoroughly witt I t to be thawed to separate them for but use of high quality Mrs. Willis
purebred bulls Dyal of Starke, Mr. application. Then Corns in, and get the
and
browning; meat to be good, productive -
cooked
crumbs. Spread half with and Mrs. Jesse
of crumbs;J Surrency of Tampa, Cash in one trip.
in bottom of eggs and crumbs or batter needs heifers and cows is the first Mrs
well-buttered Delma McKinzie
baking and
daughter
AEFJE.: BARGAINSI dish. Put a layer of oysters ovei: thawing in order to season it for step-in market improving Dr. quality animals of Jacksonville, and Mr. and The Credit requirements are very

the crumbs. Top with remaining. !evenly. Let meat thaw in its Cunha says. Mrs. A. Padgett of Hauge. liberal.

I crumbs. Pour over all the oyster: freezer-wrap to prevent drying by .
I
liquor and : evaporation. 'Dixie 18' Rated
cream. Bake in moderate I S

,, oven 20 to 30 minutes, or until I Convenience may decide whether i Best Hybrid Corn REGISTER NOTICR OP FICTITIOUS IN'TRXTIOJf NAME TO MARION\ FINANCE COMPANY'

This Is Slightly Used I crumbs are well-browned. to thaw- before cooking. If the Notice Is hereby given that the .
Range
.. meat is in a locker, it may be convenient For North Florida ;of undersigned Chapter ,20,953 under, Laws the of provisions Florida, 218 West University Ave.

to take out a roast for .Acts of 1941, will register with the Phone 5333 ,
For Only IiII Sunday when you are shopping on Dixie 18 Is still the best yellow :for Clerk:: Bradford of the Circuit Court In and P. 0. Box. 446
County State of Flor- Gainesville
Friday or Saturday. If hybrid corn for the northern and I da,
kept in the upon receipt of proof of publi-
1.00 II III [refrigerator, It will thaw out northwestern sections of Florida, (atlon of this notice, the fictitious -, ,'-'-" "", -- "" .. ., ,
'''ually and be ready for cooking grad-on according to Dr. E. S. Horner of ant lame under of Dixie which Motor I am Court engaged Restau-in t I fi1!-'i,,; c" !!.....,._ __ : L "$ __"" .__. ., '_::___

I Sunday the University of Florida justness at 702 '
in contrast, If the meat Agricultural Temple Ave. Starke I' -
pLLffMN4j
I ? _____
i is In a home-freezer Experiment!: Stations. la.Anthony -
and you have Favota. Walnut 81., \I
I unexpected guests or a hurry-up For the benefit of farmers who Star; ke. Fla.. Leasee. j
I: : meal, will be planting their 1955 Dated this 7th day of January. I -
you may want to crops
S I put the .I V.D.. 1955 at Starke, B'radford
frozen meat on to cook. Frozen in a few weeks, the. Experimentation (bounty, Florida.

[meat takes longer to cook than St agronomist pointed outthat 1/7 4t 1/28 FINAL.

thawed meats roasts take twice farm production and continuing I In[ Tile Circuit Court Of Florida

as long Jo cook rare, three times tests during the past 'year For Ighth Bradford Judicial Circuit In And

as long to cook well-done as fresh showed that Dixie 18 Is the best ;JANIE H. CARSWELL County., formerly
S or thawed roasts. yellow hybrid and Coker's 811 is ;fANIE H. VERY, Plaintiff
the best white. ]RAYMOND SAUVE.VB. Defendant Everything must go to make room

"In addition to being a high- JVOTICK TO DF.FK.MJ
.
For Our and Summer
Spring
TO: RAYMOND SAUVE. whose res-
RURAL COMMONSENSE ;.yielding variety, he said "Dixie idence and address
as particularly
I :.J / CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON 18 stands better than any other as is known is 2328 Car- MerchandiseThe

hybrid we can recommend and Italso Son Street. Detroit Michigan,
and whose address for the receiving -
about this question has good resistance to weevil of mail is 2328 Carson I

i FLORIDA da mage. Coker's 811, the white hybrid Street. Detroit, Michigan: Balance Of Our
FARMERS WHO You are hereby notified that suits
i[: bought cheap insurance KEEP RECORDS SHOULD has performed almost as well ]ha! been brought against you in the .99
as Dixie 18 in yield, standability, :Circuit Court in and for Bradford
I f from an out-of-town agency. EARN HIGHER INCOMESFor Co unty. Florida as above entitled; FALL DRESSES
and weevil resistance. I the nature of said suit is for damages .
had local to
hey no agent
a more prosperous Thiee other varieties N. C. 27 i for the breach of those twocertain

adjust my auto claim I the Florida farm your best year resolution on and Dixie 82, yellows, and Georgia :December lease 20, 1951 agreements, and February dated: REGARDLESS OF PRICE *

Was waited Six week for settlfl might be to keep a record 1 03, white have made good records ;14, 1952 respectively, entered Into Values To $14.95 _
by and the above named
Originally ment and got $200 of receipts and expenses. Farm in Experiment Station research I ,you covering the building located plaintiff -

Priced At my damages. With a local I records have been important In the tests. "These hybrids have 'on the following described land ALL OUR WINTER ONE GROUPS
.
$246.87IF .. gent, could I expect promptand t past, even though they have not produced fairly good yields, but ;ford owned County by you, and Florida situated, and in Erad-more; Flat Suede

full settlement? been kept by so many people as they do not stand up as well nor .particularly described as follows:: I HOE S

they should have been. Now farmers do they have as much weevil re the Beginning South line at the of Section intersection Twen of

have a new reason for sistance as Dixie 18 and Coker's ty-one (21), Township Six (6) ,

YOU NEED APPLIANCES, YOU CAN'T AFFORDTO records they are now Included keeping 811," Dr. Homer explained. South East. ,with Range the West Twenty-two line of(2 the%)I : Dress S HOES

E Johns under the Social Security Act. Upon During the past four seasons of: right of way of State Road num Wedges $1.99

PASS THESE LOW PRICED APPLIANCES BY Charley retirement at 65 or older, theyniay Experiment Station tests, the agronomist ber number 200 13)(formerly, thence State run Northerly Road IFlats For 49

receive benefits ranging from: reported, Dixie 18 has produced along the West line of the Regardless Values To Women $1
right of of said State Roadnumber
$30 to $108 per month, dependingupon an average yield of 56 200 way for a distance of Of Price 7.95 4.95 Values
Central Fla. Gas & Appliance Co. & Son Agency earnings. bushels per acre, as compared withthe Two Hundred (200) feet thence I
state average corn yield for run Westerly and parallel with]
Economists with the Universityof the South line of said Section All Ladies
Phone 301 144 W. Call St. Florida Agricultural Extension the period of about 15 bushels per Twenty-one (21). a distance of

Phone 13 Starke, Fla, Service point out that benefits will acre.Dr. thence two hundred run at right twenty angles(220)southerly feet

.. J 1be 50 cent Horner emphasized that hybrid ,to the South line of said
&&&&&&&&& && & &&&& IA per more if the farm corn seed should be purchasedfrom Section Twenty-one (21), thence ALaT PAll
I wife also is 65 or older, and run Easterly along the South line

"- ::: ; ::. "' ::. -"; ". ,::,,> -:-.:-: : .- ,- : 1, widows may receive benefits. They a dealer every year, pointingout : of said Section Twenty-one (%1)
I that only first generation hybridS to said point of beginning: sub
urge Florida farmers,. especially ject to a road right of way over
those 65 and over, to get their are recommended. He. also the South 23 feet of said land,
advised farmers that all corn hybrids and subject to 1943 county taxes
: Free Fish Fry I records; established early with the] which the grantees assume;
are not better Children
I Social Security people.To necessarily and you are hereby required to
than locally adapted varietieS serve a copy of your answer or
qualify, your net earnings merely because pleading to the complaint oplaintiff's 88
they are hybrid.
I All! Farmers and Their Families of Alachua must be at least $.100) you must 'Only those hybrids that have been Jr.. whose attorney address,Is A.J Z.SE Adklns First

pay 3 per cent of your net earnings tested and found in Avenue, Gainesville, Florida, and Dresses
superior Florida
file the original in the office of :
for at least
1 1-2 I
years and i should be grown," he said. the Clerk Of said Court on or be ; :
and Surrounding Counties Are Invited must be at least 65. Your social Experiment Station tests have If fore February 7, 1955.
l security net earnings will be computed shown that maximum performance you fall to do so, judgment by


To Attend A Free Fish Fry At in: your from Income information tax returns.you report All of from adequate suitable fertilization hybrids and depends proper on 'r All Ladies

this means you must keep farm spacing. In station plantings 'ar FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S

records to win. plications of 500 pounds JD f 5-7-5 I II
I
GAINESVILLE FARMERS Simple but complete records fertilizer per acre at planrmg and Skirts vs

kept in a dime store cash book 200 to 300 pcunds of nitrate of) JUSTONEFRIGIDAIRE I

PRODUCE MARKET will do, or you may secure a record soda per acre later as sidedressinghave :

book from your county agricultural given good results when the Made
only by General
agent, at a book store or plants were spaced 20 to 23 inches
from certain implement dealers.: apart In 38-inch rows. Spacing: Motors Corp. All other
I I
: The Balance Of OurLADIES'
But records will be necessary. depends on the fertility and water- Electric: Refrigerators are O

Sat. Jan 29 Serving Starts 4 P.M. I They can start either on January I holding capacity of the soil, but made by other companiesand

I 1 or at the beg'.nning of your cropor spacing the plants 20 to 28 inches cannot use the word 1.

livestock year. apart has given better yields than Frigidaire. BLOUSES *
MUSIC
A HILLBILLY BAND WILL FURNISH '
The business farmer has always when more than 23 Inches were

FARMERS PRODUCE MARKET, INC. wanted to know- not gues at allowed between plants.1srttwItflnsiAabL..r.. Want A GenuineFRIGIDAiRE

I how much he makes or loses on
the '''''''''I'''' ,,a,.....,7"" i
To Discuss business each ? ?
Prominent Marketing Experts Will Be Present year, whetherhe
,
FORDECORATED
Is making
or losing money on

And Acquaint Growers With The New Method of Opera each crop or class of animals, and CAKES THEN SEE Robbins'
how he can Improve his businessto SLIDE TO ORDER

tion For The Coming S ason. The Program Will Be Very make more money. A good set Weddinsr Cakes A SpecialtyCall E. II. SMITH 1 J I .

Beneficial To All Farmers. of farm records will still help him MRS. H. LAPPE II I

make these determinations and at 9501 (Hotel Thomas) Tenth and Temple Arc. The Store Of Valueso "
the j
same time give him the Information _
Gainesville, Fla. Starke Fla. _
,
needed for social security. .."''''.,, ."""" "......-r".p'. ,.............'.-...._,......s.. "









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!I Christian Church Schools Seek Adults Interested fYYYYYYYYYYYTYYTVYYYYYY* ''" ..... ..... '-
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Ber. J. E. Sherwood, pastor In Attending Free Night Classes II HIGHLANDBy ............;.;.................:..: : ,.:....:..-:.';.:-.:.. ;' : FILL DIRTGOOD

Sunday 9:45 Bible school classes mmh:. .:..... .. !HmmE \ ;
How would like to back Family Budgetingor ... ..... .. :: RICH
Decorating '
you go or :::::::::::: : :
for all ages. C. W. Colsor., Supt. to school and work on some subject [ Cooking. Possibly your interests Mrs. Lacy Norman RRf h.l r t- i

Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening that you missed out on for LJ ", TOP SOILSee
may lie in the business ,AAA AAAA AAAAAA LA ALA A A ALA
worship 7:30: p. m. Christian En- some reason? Is there some area ::::::::::::::::::::::'::::::::::::''' !

-- deaver 6 p. m. in your background of training in areas with Typing, Shorthand, Winfred Wilkinson of Jacksonville I !

which you feel a need for improvement Bookkeeping, or'General Business. and Mr. Raulerson of :Mac- The Starke Maternity Hospital!
Methodist Church II Presbyterian Church Bible Study and Prayer; Meeting I
? Do you thing some particular -Perhaps you would like to improveyour Clenny attended church here Sun- announces the following births: i BILL JACKSONJackson
17::30 p. m. Wednesday.Womans .
course or subject will help knowledge of English Litera-I'Iday.! Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Thornton of I
SundayChurch School 9:45: a. Saturday: Adult Choir practice 1st and 3rd
Council you socially or with your job or I I! Rev. Higgins and family of Jack- Raiford, a daughter, Shirley Jean.Jan. Transfer Company
m.; Morning Worship, 11 a. m.; 3 p. m. 7:30 Mrs. W. L. tore or Grammar or How To Im-
,
TSunday : p.m.
business? According to County 'isonville and the pastor of the 13. Phone
Recreation Time, 5:30 p. m.; Worship School 9:45: a. m. Morning |Andrews president. rove Your Reading. If you en-j Branch Church 165
Superintendent Harmon : Long were dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Parrish of
Service for MYF Morgan.j
6:45 m. Evening Service Groups, 7:30 Worship 11 a. m., "Respectingthe Church located on W. Call and it is possible to oy music and you want to get /guests of the Homer Smiths Sun Brooker, a son, Robin Eugene. Jan.
p. ; Lives and Honor of Others." Christian streets. A friendly welcome classes in Bradford County if the your money's worth out of that 15.
I
m. day.Happy
p.Tuesday Circle No. 1 at Fellowship 6 p. m.. Rev. W. waits everyone. survey Indicates a sufficient de- new TV set, maybe you'd like a' birthday to HomerSmith's Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Starling j

home of Mrs. L. A.Davis.. theS. McAliley and Ida McAliley lmand.The. course In Music Appreciation or daughter Shirley, on Jan. of Starke, a daughter, Mattie Did You Know?
classes will be taught by1 23, and to Leonard Norman
on
a.m. iosts. Evening Service 7:30: p. m., St. Edward's Church I Marie, Jan. 11. I
Youth Sun- qualified and certified Instructors How To Sing or How To Playa Jan. 24.The .

Wednesday Children's Bible day.bserving Assembly Sunday Mass at 9:13: ; a. m. I who have been approved by theState I I Musical Instrument for the wise I wedding of Howard Thompson Mr. and Mrs.. A. J. Carver otStarke i The function of each organ inyour
Story Hour, 3:30 m. Bible study body is controlled the
p. a sen, Larry Wayne, Jan. by
of Education. of Jacksonville will be at
and Department the
masses, G:30 a. In. use of leisure time. Popular|
Holy day your
and prayer 7:30 p. m. Wednesday: Prayer Meeting nervous system?
While the student will be expects for adults are academic Riverview Baptist Church on Jan. P"
Thursday Youth Choir Re- 7:30 p. in.Thursday. 8:30 a. m.Children's That a pressure (generally due
Catechism Class each ed to provide such things as pencils 'elementary and high school I 29 at 7 p.m. Thompson once lived
hearsal, 6:30 p. m. Chancel Choir : Junior Choir practice to a misaligned vertabrae) on
Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. paper and other expendable,courses (readin', 'rithi', 'rithmetic near Lawtey and we wish the Recruiting Sergeant
rehearsal 7:30 p. m. 3:30 p. m. any of the spinal nerves can impair
materials, the cost of instruction couple much happiness.
), hobby work, public speaking I
t1e1g'11tsWomen's l the function of the
Keystone is free by being provided for by and home crafts. It's perfectly The night circle of the W. M. U. Here Every Tuesday organs

Church of God At The TabernacleLast ( Club) the Adult Education Division under satisfactory though to study psychology met and had their royal service controlled by the nene that is
Sunday Mass S a. In. M-Sgt. Lawrence Clark, army under pressure?
the Minimum Foundation Law philosophy, higher mathematics -program for January. The circle
Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Friday night Miss Gladys Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. regarding education. foreign languages. extends an invitation for all women recruiting sergeant will be at A Chiropractor Is therefore

Ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Eve- Beckett, a missionary on furlough Confessions before all Masaea.1IA3D7TON While there are many plans of State or requirements call for a to join them. Local Draft Board No. 18 on Call needed to locate and remove the

ning Service 7:45 p.m.. TJJS. from Nigeria, was a guest of the providing instruction to adults inthe (j minimum class of 15 members at The study of Hebrews by H. H. St. every Tuesday at 10 a.m. nerve pressure. When this is

Service Wednesday 7:45: p.m., and Tabernacle and showed colored different counties, the most present under a properly qualified Hobbs was presented by E. C. Har- Young men and women who done, normal function is restored -

Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45 p.m slides of her work. CHRISTIAN CHURCH successful plan seems to follow a instructor. The class itself will vey, pastor, 'with 16 eligible for have a desire for a miltitary career and health follows.

Lawtey Rev. M. L. Brackman of Trinity Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship pattern of one or two classes In a'decide on the number of sessions, Sunday School awards. are invited to see Sgt. Clark and BELOW IS SUCH A CASE:

Sunday School 10 ajn. Morning [Bible Church, Lake Butler, will I Service 11 a. m: Youth Program given subject each week for the I the frequency of meeting, and the Church services: Sunday Sunday find offered out the many opportunities Case No. 18027-Man, age 21,

Worship 11 ajn. YPE Serving conduct the Tabernacle service 6:30: p. m. Evening Service 8 length of the course. In some l length of each meeting. If you School, 9:45; Worship serv- by the Regular Army. pain in his shoulders and legs,

Saturday. 7:30 p.m. his: Friday, and Rev. A. Moon, p. m. -Bro. J. B. Dixon. pastor. cases, the wife attends one evening 'are interested in this plan you are Ices, 11 a.m. and 7 p. m. Wednesday felt dizzy and peculiar about

dean of the Bible Institute, Miami, the husband another eve- invited to send a postcard to L. Prayer service, 7 p.m. E. C. Johns Will Head I the head. There was extreme

PASTOR MERLE PACKHAM will be a weekend guest and will SEVENTH DAY ning. The length of the class H. Gibson, General Supervisor of Harvey, pastor, and J. A. Eunice,, Finance CommitteeFormer nerve tension in the neck, and

RETURNS FR<:> HOSPITAL speak to the young people Satur-' ADVENTIST CHURCHi averages two hours but may vary, Instruction, Bradford High School, Sunday School supt. the patient did not sleep welL

day night. He will also have the' Services each Sabbath in the! with the subject. The rate of by March 1, to help determine exactly I E. C. Harvey attended a meet.] Acting Gov. Charley E. A series of Chiropractic ad-

Yes I finally returned home on I Sunday morning service and Sun- Masonic Hall on E. Call St(progress of a class will depend what courses are wanted and ing Thursday at the Macedonia 11 Johns of Starke will head the justment were given, with benefit -
'Thursday afternoon of last week: day night will speak-at Lake But Old upon the subject and the particular to arrange for qualified instruc. Baptist Church. I} noticed from the first several -
Sabbath SchoOl 2 p' In. Preachingevery powerful Senate Finance and Taxjation -
and am happy to be at home once l group. Should the student I tors. I Please bring your news by early ; adjustments, and continued -
.
R. L. Mathews, Committee in the 1955
ler.Rev. week by pas- Legis-
more. The 20 days In Riverside Dick Knox of Little Genes-J want credit toward a high school I On the card please type or print Monday morning each week or lature. until the patient was again
each Thursday The made
Hospital seemed to me as though see, N. Y. will arrive at the: Taber- tor.: Bible Study : diploma, for example certain required -[the following information: (1) ,leave it with Mrs. Homer Smith. W. appointment was normal.
A friendly welcome bY Turner Davis of Madison,
it three months. tie r:30 p. m. standards must be met. Onthe She will forward it to FOR
were nacle Jan. 31 for week. He is your name, mailing address, and I me. president-designate of the Senate.
for this article awaits everyone. other hand, if the student Is I A shower for Jonell Vernon Grif- MODERN CHIROPRACTIC
My reason writing a talented musician and has appeared I j telephone number: (2)) your age,, As chairman of the committee,
and having it published Is to; at the Tabernacle before. IOWA CI lAPEL taking the course for pleasure and |;Sex, and present occupation; and fin was given by Mrs. Earnest Johns will have considerable power HEALTH SERVICE CONSULT
thank all of the people who prayed information or for acquiring certain ((3)) your preference of courses or''||Griffin on Saturday. Jonell re-
ovcelved er tax legislation
16 proposed by
780 W. Highway
for me so earnestly and faithfully FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH m skills (such as learning to I subjects by first, second, and third I many useful gifts. She was 1 Gov. Leroy Collins who defeated H. G. Bollinger, D.C.Just .

.daring my time of serious illness IHMPTON (Assemblies of God) type), the course will be set up according choices. While no classes will begin married on Nov. 20. We wish her.Johns for the governorship in last North of Keystone Heightson
I |
I'm sure that one of the chief rea In the absence of the pastor!, Sunday -Sunday, School 10 a. to the desires of the student before July, most of the much luck in life. ',year's Democratic primaries. A Route 100

sons that I am alive today, is be Rev. Merle Packham, the, pulpit m. featuring "The Life of Christ, and the group. courses probably will >be taught L 11 The wreck at Highland Saturdayafternoon : favorable report by the committee OPEN EVENINGS EXCEPT
cause God hears and answers Worship The subjects to be offered under during the regular school although was one of the worst I: WEDNESDAY
at Hampton Baptist Church will I o m colored slides. Morning year jean aid in passage of a measure,
Prayer. Then there were these the Adult Education plan I some be offered this|that has ever occurred here with: PHONE 2847
be occupied Sunday by Bro."Chuck" 11 a. m., Rev. H. E. Bullock I may while an unfavorable report can
who sent "get well cards," beauti Sanks of Deland. This I t o bring the message. Evening vary considerably. You may want [summer. There is no limit on the! six dead. It should serve as at make passage difficult.
ful flowers, gifts of a financial Jo learn something about Interior number of courses take. warning to all of us to drive slower -j
young, dedicated man of God will t 11 Evangelistic Rally, 7:30 p. m. featuring you may
nature and many, many other stir your hearts as he fervently' : special music and choir and safer.
VYTYTYYVYYYTTTTVTYTTYTYYTYYTTTVTTYTYTTTYYYTYYYYVVNEWS A thought for the week "Oweno
:
acts of kindness and love. I can
preaches and teaches God's Word iinging. S
never express the feeling in my Sunday School 10 a. m. Training Tuesday Bible. Hour and OF INTEREST TO COLORED man anything, but to love one FOOD AT THE BEST
another: For he that loveth
heart with mere words. I and my Union 6:30 p. m. Wednesday night: Prayer 7:30 p. m. Rev. 21-22, "The CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy another hath fulfilled the law."
wife can only say to you "May: Hour of Power 8 p. m. Seven New Things." DIXIE RESTAURANTAFFILIATED

God richly bless each one of you Plan now to attend all of these1 Ozora Johnson, Editor

for shall your never kindness forget what and love.you"have We services awaits this you Lord's! Day. A welcome .: HAS PINE' MUSICAL LEVEL CHURCH PROGRAM ....................................... ...S M'Every Girl To Play Shouldarry' WITH DIXIE MOTEL

done.I A musical program under the "It is better to light a candle I|[IOns may address them to 1502 Now Under New ManagementHome'
am now patiently waiting a t AIRPARK MISSIONARY than to the N. E. At Park TheatreThe
direction of Claude P. Ganus will curse darkness. We 8th Ave., Gainesville, Fla.
home for the return of m;y BAPTIST CHURCH be held at the Pine Level Baptist have not received too much news It: is the objective of these programs Folks Especially Welcome
strength so that I might again be Sunday School 9:45 romantic comedy, "Every
a. 11\ Morning -
Church Sunday night from 7 p. m. lately from various organizationsand to promote better school- REASONABLE PRICES
able to serve you In the ministry' Worship U a. m. Training Girl Should Be Married," will play
until 8 p. m. The public is cordially clubs. This is your column. community relations.
.
of God's Word, according to His Union 6:15 at the Park Theatre Sunday, Monday "
m. Evening Service
p. Invited to attend. Use it each week and keep the Allen Chapel A. M. P:. Church, Phone 9115
will. I would be glad to have you 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wed Rev. John Groover and Tuesday. The film stars
eneral public informed of what | will hold.
come by to visit me when you can. nesday 7:30 p. m. Rev. W. O.! BROOKERBAPTIST special Gary Grant, Franchot Tone, Diana
is i Missionary
in Service Sunday
happening your community. on L-
Your Servant in Christ I, Collins Jr.. Pastor. CIIURCI afternoon [Lynn, and Betsy Drake.
GI'lNGThe at 3 o'clock, according I.
Pastor Merle Packham The plot is based on the assumption -
CHURCH OF CHRIST Rev. C. B. Stallings, Pastor chance has come again for1. to President Elizabeth Givens. that any girl has a perfect ARE YOU SHORT ON CASH?

C. L. Overturf Jr.. Minister Sunday School 10 a.m., Morning you and your children to give. The Baby Contest will close on right to pick the bachelor she

ALL TH'ES OP Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. I Worshhip 11 a.m. BTU 6:30 p.m., Polio is a dreaded disease which 'Sunday also. All sponsors and contestants wants and to go after him with all BUYA

PEST CONTROL Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening i Evening Service 7:3,0: p.m. Prayer. may strike you or any man, woman -| are asked to do their the feminine tricks at her Com SIX MONTHS AUTO POLICYCUT

Worship 7:30 p. m. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. or child. Give generously to best. The babies are as follows: mand.

Wednesday Bible Study 7:30p. fight this disease. Each schoolchild Kelly, Scott, Randolph, Lee, Mo:r- Miss Betsy Drake set her sightson I YOUR PREMIUM IN HALF

TERMITESHousehold m. has been given a folder that ]ris. Support one or more of these a successful doctor, Cary Grant, ALSO RECEIVE A DIVIDEND

Commercial Radio program, "Old Paths"I HEUBRONN contains six places for dimes. We five babies. The baby with ti as the target for her affections

GROVE SPRAYING each Sunday 9 a. In. Station BAPTIST CHURCH are asking each member of the,highest amount over $50 will I>lee Her success is demonstrated not

Can fer estimate WDVH. Sunday School 10 ajn. Preaching family to insert a dime and return awarded a $25 war bond. All only In the picture, where she gotther CONNER INSURANCE AGENCY

11 ajn. Training Union 6:3: I I these folders to the school to be .[ther: babies will receive cash; man, but in real life, since she
Florida Pest Control FAITIIPTIST turned all''prizes. The sponsors are Sally married Grant after the
CHURCH p.m. Preaching 7:30 pjn. Praye:; in Friday, Jan. 28, to shortly 129 W. Call St. Phone 285
& Chemical Co. LA\\'TEY. FLA. Meeting Wednesday 7:30: "pjn. -, homeroom teachers. This money Randolph Irene Thomas, Elizabeth picture was filmed.

2230 N.W.6th St. Ph. 6035 Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach'ing REV. Milton J. Dukes, pastor. will be turned in to L. H. Gibson, Givens, Bernice Morris and Ozora :Miss Drake uses Franchot _-

11 a. m. & 7:30 p. m. Midweekservice general supervisor of schools, who Johnson. Be sure to visit the Sunday : Tone, a suave department store! .-
Gainesville Fla.
Wednesday 7:30 p. a. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS! will report the total to the chair- School of your choice on Sunday magnet, to inspire jealousy hi w- !

-LA. EL Massey, pastor. CHURCH man of the Polio Drive of Brad Jan. 30. This will be a good Grant. Diana Lynn, her roomate, I

--- .. ford County.P. way to celebrate the late Franklin also helps in the plot. YOUR HOME COSTS MONfY
Scnooi .
L -1-- Sunday 10 a.m.Morning D. Roosevelt's

Service 11 a.m. T. A. &: Hobby Club "Chit-Chat" study about "Man's Birthday.Nature Go and and AFTER ALL- CHECK FOR REPAIRS '

Evening Service 7:30: p.m. President Dell of R. J. E. Hobby Need." This 'Deep in My Heart'Plays
if lesson is
BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer Meetings Wednesaa;' Club will hold regular meeting portance. It gives us the of vital opportunity in.1-- Three Days WHILE THEY ARE SMALL'

( light 7:45: p.m. Saturday nigbt Thursday, Jan. 27. The meeting to understand the ,
will last just one hour. All patronsand Biblical At Florida Theatre"Deep
STARKE teaching of
FLA. man as created in the
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST friends are asked to attend. image
of
I God he Is
The ; not completewithout in Heart," a film -
LATTER DAY SAINTS Hobby Club of Wateroak: God It My portraying

REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor Services each Sunday in old. elementary school met Tuesday capacity to choose establishes between man's the life of Sigmund Rom-
with good will play at the Florida
President
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun, Miriam Tyson pre and evil, man's I berg
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town day School 10 a. m. Sacrament. siding. Many interesting specimen L Word of God and ability with to it hear the(\Theatre on Sunday, :Monday, asuuesday.
the
Phones\ Office 234 Pastorium 130 Service 6:30 for home and school. beautification of possibility T .
m. Everyone wel man's
p. obedience
to
Go
come. were; displayed. Superintendent d.j j The star-studded film spectacle
Homer Williams of of of the
tells the life story one
Sunday Sermons 11:00 County-wide P. T. A. will be this church and all b
A.M.
8:00 others
: P.M. in the] !greatest popular song writers of
held at R. J.
EVERGREEN E. high school onWed Stark
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. community invite you times. Some of his song hits
Training Union 6:45 P.M. tOj jail
BAPTIST CHURCH Feb. 2 with President Sophia L attend Sunday School I
Sunday. "that will be sung in the musical
Royal in charge. Plans will be Delta 0 LOCAL TRADEMARKS,b*
Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00: P.M. Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching L- Sigma Zeta Chapter Meets are "One Alone," "Lover Come .- -
I 11 a. m. Training Union 6:3: 0 completed for a P. T. A. "Tag Boror Miller of High Springswas 'Back To Me," "Softly as in a

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at p. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Praye; Day" to raise money for the. piano hostess to members of thejl: ::Morning Sunrise," and "Will You

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. In. for the new cafetorium. All patrons chapter on Friday, Jan. 21, In her Remember."

.Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor. are asked to attend this very home. Soror Gladys Alexander! .)j Jose Ferrer will play Sigmund

, ', JJUIIIL.-: _'-, -:-:-"f-t'--t.; :'_ =.uI1rILJ important meeting. basileus, presiding, started and: 1 Romberg, Merle Oberon will play

WOODLAWN MISSIONARY Bradford County Teachers Meet completed the meeting in reco rd ."Dorothy Donnelly. Helen Traubel

= BAPTIST .CHURCH The Bradford County Teacher's breaking time. Soror Jones, Anti I I[will play Anna Mueller, Walter 5j1Bu/L[ DERS' J'IJPPL lE1'

10 a.m. Association, C. C. Anderson president Basileus, named a committee to Pidgeon plays J. J. Shubert, and
Sunday School, 11 a.m will hold its regular meeting serve in making plans for pledgesand Doe Avedon plays Lillian Harris.
preaching. 6:15
BTU, 6:43: pray on Friday, Jan. 28, at 1 p. m. at: a forthcoming initiation. Soror Guest stars in the picture include
e r
service 7 o'clock
. song services R. J. E. high school. Mr. | Johnson Gene
1:30 evenirg services. Payne,, named a committee on 'I : Rosemary Clooney,
. REVIVALBAYLESS Commercial Teacher at Bradford[ Blue Revue to make plans for and Fred Kelly, Jane Powell, Vic

high school, will be the guest fund-raising for the sorority. A Damone Ann Miller, William OI- .

St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. speaker for a few minutes of the delicious repast was served vis, Cyd Charisse, James i ,.:- .-t -' _
I
I Soror by Howard Keel. Mitchell'l. !. : : :: : :. __:::::: : '
lIe
Raymond E. MacBlala meeting. will talk about the Miller. All members left reporting Tony
Bradford County Teacher's Credit: a delightful evening. Text le Joan Weldon.

Services Union which was organized in November n regular FACTORY FACTORY
at St. Mark's Episcopal meeting will bg held'on
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HIGHWAY _
BAPTIST Church will be as follows: 1P"4! All members of this I Friday, Feb. 4, at the home of &

Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church group are invited to purchase Soror Cora Roberson, chairman of brook YOU'LL LOVE! fountain the new Ester- APPROVED ENGINEERED
purseIze Inpastel
CHURCH School and Adult Class; 11 a.m. _. shares for themselves as well as I Prevention and control of Juvenile pens -rq
shades. at Bradford I-
Only $2.58
Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 I members of their immediate fami. Deliquency, and "Finer-Woman- SERVICE PARTS
County Telegraph.
p.m. Y. P. S. L. ly. All academic employees of the! hood Week."

BEGINNING Wednesday: 7:30: p.m. Litanyand [Bradford County Board of Public SPORT NEWS _"1

Meditation: 8 p.m. Choir|Instruction are eligible for mem The R. J. E. boys and girls are Washing, Painting Repairing Reconditioning
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6TH Practice. bership. President Anderson and I[(doing a splendid job in basketballso r4COLONIAL ,

Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, Supervisor Ozora Johnson have far. Coaches Shell and Butlerare Wrecker Service

THROUGH ll a.m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 p.m. been named as advisors and representatives .: [ not at all discouraged over the I
r to meet with the Boardof I record to date. This week
.. __ we play BRAKE
FEBRUARY 13TH -" > 0 0 Directors of the Green Cove TIRES IGNITION
... .-... --, -. ;:. Credit Union. Springs and Palatka FLORIST
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-- This is an interacial gesture that: []here and on Monday, Jan. 31, Hast; TESTING AND STARTER

Rev. G. E. Cutshaw EvangelistSong Wash Your Clothes shouM, prove most beneficial to aL I ing i hese. Our boys will be out for BRAKE TUBES GENERATOR

the Negro citizens of Bradforu revenge. Be sure to see this game.: | | FLOWERSFor LINING

9 Pounds County. I It promises to be a thriller. FENDER SALES BATTERIESREPAIRS

CHURCH NEWS The junior basketball team, All OccasionsPHONE AND ALL ELECTRICAL

Services Nightly at 7:30 P.M. For 40c! New Eethel Baptist Church, Rev.I coached by Benton Cambridge, has I 218 BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE

A. Vincent pastor, was the host not played many games so far but

Services Nightly at 8:00 P.M. FREE Bleach If Desired! to the third County-wide Teacher's :plans to meet R. J. E. soon. Thus

Community meeting. The rain ton Elementary school is doing sill (j) Complete Lubrication Service

caused very poor attendance. Rev. ;grand job In sports which w .
Come Hear Rev. Cutshaw Preach Dell abbreviated the services; a :serve as a feeder for R. J. E. high DODGE JOB-RATED TRUCKS

We Will collection was taken by Alma Mof-i s chool.Weekend.

The Dry Your Clothes fett and :Mellones Taylor; two Visitors DISH GARDENS Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks

Gospel gospel numbers were sung by Lin- Little Valera Jenkins and Will- POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs
For 20cIn wood Crawford, soloist '
guest from e tta Betty Wysinger were weekend

OLD TIME SINGING Lawtey; remarks by E. Thompklns; j guests of Rachel Donald in Jack
New
Automatic Driers! and O. Johnson. The next meeting !onville. These youngsters reported HARDY BROTHERS MOTOR CO.

REV. HENRY MARTIN, Pastor is scheduled for Thurston Elementary J a delightful visit and asked for a Flowers 'Wired

School Community Lincoln rain check." It seems that outdoor 600 Temple Ave.
EVERYONE The Washeteria\ City. We regret to state that Prin-[I activities were out of the AnywhereNona jjg jjj Phone 69

WELCOME ipal S. C. Price could not be present I question due to the Intense rain-

remple Ave. Starke due to illness. We wish for I i fall. Many thanks to television> St. Starke YOUR DODGE-PLYMOUTH DEALERt

.. ? Principal Price a speedy recovery [i says Rachel a teacher at Water-;

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I PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY 28, 1955: _



For Brooker Church iccessary to begin applications! coon If January 1355. Case No. 10-SZS Notice T. Appears
Students Offer 2 Groundbreaking Baptist ; after the plants and (.OFFICIAL SEAL) CbAneg A. Darby c:Infer Of Publication Aad !Notice. To: Frank Marion, whose reel
emerge Clerk. Circuit Court, T0 Appear Male Of Florida Tat lence and address is: Unknown.You .
:ontinue applications on regular Bradford C'.unty Donald L. Schaffer, whose rest are hereby notified that a
schedule to 3y Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk d ence and address is: Fasron 7T rait for _
protect the
crop. V. Z. Adkins. Jr.. 3 SE First Avenue )iv. 12, c/o F.P.O.. New York. New Divorce
City Growth Plans :Downy: mildew of cabbage and blue (';Gainesville Florida, Attorney for II:0 I"k. nas been filed against :you in the -
mold of tobacco are diseases which ]Plaintiff. 1/7 4t 1/% You are required to appear on above named Court and cause and
I:ebruary 21, 1955, in the above you are required to serve a copy of
(Continued from page one) require applications of fungicides NOTICE TO APPEAR I lamed: Court and cause wherein your answer or pleading: to the
,shortly after the plants IB Circuit Coart. Bradford ( ilaintiff seeks divorce. complaint on the Plaintiffs '
emerge Florida I* Chancery.us 'oa.t'l Bradford County Telegrapn shall
in the neighborhood of the new until they are ready for trans- : E. Kershaw. Plaintiff '\ I mblish this Order In next four Smith Attorney Gliding.J. Donald Jacksonville Glb on.Fla.tel 0

Setzer's store. planting for satisfactory control. I jina Kershaw, Defendant. ,veekly Issues. and file the original In the office ofthe

The planners said they hopedto For maximum against Case No. 10-SJ1 AVitness my hand and official Clerk of the Circuit Court oa _
success Notice Topp..r. cal at Starke. Florida, this January
J'- or before the
preserve the charm of the om- crop diseases. the plant patholo- To: Regina Kershaw, whose residence i 5. 1955.
and address Is: 65 Lang St., I lOFFlCiAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Si day of February, IS55
fortable homes and tree lined gist advises farmers to be sure of ::S'ewarK New Jersey. As Clerk of said Court otherwise the allegations of said
etieets on N. Walnut St. They the disease they are combattingand You are b..r..by notified that a I Fy) Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerk Comolalnt will S a taken as confess-
suit forDivorce (:Charles R. Hess, 04 Guaranty Life id by you
said the property would .remain then use the right fungicideat custody support of miiii i building, Jacksonville Florida. This notice shall be published
valuable residential property as the proper time or times. County or child ,Vttys, for Pit. l/i 41 2/11 once .*icb week for four ronserutivt
has been filed against you In the weeks in the Bndford County: Telegraph -
long as there was a buffer of agents or Experiment Station above named Court and cause ana
churches and other institutional plant pathologists can advise you are required to serve a copy of .NOTICE TO APPEAR Dated this IS day of January
the I.! Circuit Court Bradford Ceo. 1955.
your answer or pleading to com ;"
property between the homes and farmers on crop diseases and ma- plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney Florida i la Thancrry. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A Darby
the business district. terials and methods for controllingthem. T. Frank Landrum. Starke. I]Dolly Mae Marion, Plaintiff. n'l Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Florida, I frank Marion Defendant. I By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy: Clerk.
their residential
Most of -
property and file tbe original In the office of Case No. 18-830 1/21 4t X/l
was in similar locations as it the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or _
before the 21 day of February. 1955; -- -- -
is today. They incorporated new XOT1CE OF INTENTION: TO otherwise the allegations of said
schools subdivisions and parks Rev. C. B. Stallings, pastor of the Brooker Baptist Church, is pictured above taking the first bhovelfol HF.GISTEH FICTITIOUS: NAME Complaint will be taken as- confessed Sell It Rent It Trade

near the outskirts of town as It of dirt at the church's groundbreaking for its new Sunday School Biulding. The church hopes to complete undersigned Notice is hereby under given the provisionsof that the This by you.notice shall be publishedonce

expanded. Industrial propertywas the building by Iar. 1. Members of the building committee are: L. L. Parker chairman,.1\1. O. Chapter 20.953. Laws of Florida, each week for four consecutive -

similar to the first plan. Ilarrell Tom Stuart and Rev. .-Polarold 1-Mlnute Photos Acts of 1941. will register with the week in the Bradford County
Stallings. by the Telegraph- Clerk of the Circuit Court In and Telegraph. \WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow
Comments following the stud for Bradford County State of Flor- Dated this 19 day of January.

ents' presentation seemed to Judge Yawn's Annual Report Shows Test Show Irrigation cation ida, upon of this receipt notice of proof the of fictitious publi. 1955.(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Rates Good Results Kasy To PlacetO
favor the second plan although name of Dixie Motor Court Restau- Clerk of the Circuit Court
most of Starke's residents felt Pays On High-Income rant under which I am engaged in By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION - Me
business at 702 Temple Ave.. Starke. 1/21 4t 1/11 _
that U. S. 301 would not be moved Decrease In County's Crime CasesCriminal I Crops And LandTests Fla. EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2 c
Dairy
from its present location in the Anthony Favota. Walnut St.. NOTICE TO APPEAR piscorxr or is: PER CENT ov TWO OR MORE i\SF.rmog25c
Starke Fla., Leasee.
near future. cases tried by County ty, he feels. by Florida Experiment Dated this 7th day of January I. Circuit Court. Bradford Caaaty. ADDITIONAL: FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID I\ ADVANCEMEMORLAMS :
New members of the zoning A.D.. 1955 at Starke. Bradford Florlda.i IB Chancery.
Judge Theron A. Yawn droppedoff Judge Yawn turned over
:Stations have proved that irrigation I County Florida. Matty Story Deaton Plaintiff vs.

committee who attended' the'meeting I slightly in 1954 as comparedin 19241.05 to Bradford County's I pays on high-income crops .:_ 1/7 4t Ir2SL I i I Charles L. Deaton. I'ft Defendant.ftA 'f" ,".'.5Qotiee __ CARDS OF TILANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per UntCOU1'T
were: Mrs. E. K. Perryman, i 1953. A total of 562 cases were fine and forfeiture fund. He also --- "'''' "u. & -
such as tobacco and vegetables.More % To AppearTo ( 5 WORDS TO EACH LINEU.ST
representing the Woman's Club: I tried as compared with 573 for the turned over 5363.75 the Department : : In The Circuit Court Of Florida I : Charles L. Deaton. whose ) _
Mrs. and more dairymen throught| Eighth Judicial Circuit In And residence and address is: 114 East .
Edward A. Hall representing of Public for driv-
previous year. Safety Con.ty. South Cart bmall horse with white
the state are also using irrigation For Bradford I l.aurel Street Florence bay I E'OititE.VF-Your room and bath
the Garden Club; and Foster Sh Juvenile cases fell off almost 50 er's licenses. $6,312.00 to the Game ,on pastures to provide more JANIE H. CARSWELL.. formerly c>lma. spot on forehead. Notify J. E. house.! Unfurnished hot and Smith. A./. Thomas Sr., Guy per cent. Judge Yawn as Juvenile and Fresh Water Fish Commissionfor graz- JANIE II. A..EltY. Plaintiff. You are hereby notified that a Hosier. Rt. 1. Lawtey. 1tpr.QSTRiack watf'r. 6 mlles out between Bay
ing and to increase profits.On vs. for divorce less Hlway and
Brownlee Rd
Andrews and cliff Hazen were the Judge tried 14 cases involvingIS hunting licenses and $46.50 to row crops, such as corn and RAYMOND SAUVE. Defendant.NOTICE nas been filed against you In the i faille lady's handbag han Jones Thomas St.. City. Lil ftp
other zoning committee memberS the Bureau of Vital Statistics for TO DEFENDTO above named Court and cause and containing keys no money. Kinder _
youngsters as compared with cotton and on pasture for beet : RAYMOND SAUVE. whose residence you are 'required to serve a copy of I please return to Bradford County I 50 ACRES improved
at the meeting. 32 cases last year. Judge Yawn marriage licenses. animals irrigation may or may not and address as particu- your answer or pleading f> the complaint Telegraph. Itchg bearing pecan trees.pasture.3 dwellings 131. _
Other officials who attendedthe said most juvenile matters were Last year Judge Yawn turned larly as is known is 2328 Car on the Plaintiff* Attorney numerous out buildings, water
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be profitable since cost of apply- son Street. Detroit Michigan,I Samuel W. Getzen, P. O. Box j OR RENT-Four room unfurnished supply plentiful with
meeting were: W? T. Jackson, not serious enough to merit a court over $18,573.15 to the County in ing water for such must and whose address for the re- 81, Gainesville Florida house. 301 South Water St. Uchg pumps. H5'000Wrlt auto.G Letsc elec. _
crops
Ewell Lawson and L. O. Hazen, case, and he said the 14 cases were' the fine and forfeiture fund, ceiving of mall Is 2328 Carson and file OrIginal in the office ot R- 2. Box Starke (Bradford Co.) _
necessarily be very low.A Street Detroit. Michigan: the Clerk of the Circuit Court ODor ron RENT-Five room furnished _____
City Councilmen; Carl Johns only a .small fraction of his work 5029.25 tp the Department of farmer who buys an irrigation You are hereby notified that suit before the 21 day of February apartment. 614V.. Church St. tfchg _____
City Clerk; A. J. Thomas Jr., City with juveniles. Public Safety 6186.25 to the has been brought against you In the 1955; otherwise. the allegations of Phone 175-\\'. Itp LET J. D.
system for use on a highincomecrop I;Circuit Court in and for Bradford said Complaint will be taken as I ODOM. JR _
Attorney and Hollis V. Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission HANDLE OCR
; Knight
No civil cases were tried in 1954as may be reasonably sure that ,County. Florida. as above entitled; confessed by you. ]TOR SALE-88-acre ranch with CATTLE AND
County Attorney. and $54 to the Bureau of the nature of said suit Is for dam- This notice shall be published running stream, cattle barn. poultry SALES _liOGS
compared with five in 1953. Vital Statistics. the cost of the system will be paid ages for the breach of those two jnce each week for foui consecutive! houses. 2 bedroom house 500 Ll;. Oak Kara Wedaenday

Cases in the small claims court for in one or two years by the in- certain lease agreements dated weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph I bearing pecan trees. Wonderfulfor CaUr.'ille Each Friday _
Driver's licenses increased from February
December ZOo 1951 and a retiring couple. Located 1
Musgrove tf
Investigates dropped from 290 to 246', probate 5.428 in 1953 to 5,810 in 1954. I eased value of the crop. And the 14. U5!, respectively entered into Dated this 15 day of January. mile off Highway 301 between
I same system may be used as in- by you and the above named plaintiff 1955. Starke and Gainesville Fla. Also
65 County Accidents cases and guardianships dropped Hunting licenses increased from covering the building lbcatedon OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby 83-acres good truck farm or LARGE HOME FOR SALE
from 40 to 39, insanity hearings 755 to 810 but fishing licenses surance against drought damageon the following described land Clerk of tne Circuit Court. ranch running stream and pond. CHEAP _
Careless and thoughtless drivers I to and other crops such as corn. Aftera owned by you and situated in Bradford 3y Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk 36 pecan trees, masonry building
from 16 10 1,548 1,318
propped to inquestsof dropped from County, Florida. and more 1/21 4t 1/11 {()xgO. Nite Club with 10 hotel NICE SEVEN" ROOM HOUSE ON ____
kept Trooper Carlos Musgrove of dead dropped from seven to two. marriage licenses fell from 70 to I system is paid for, it costs very particularly described as follows: rooms attached. Wonderful location LOT NEARLY ACRE ON" CHER.
the State Highway Patrol Yawn well 61. little to apply water once or twiceto Beginning at the intersection of Bradford I for supper club. Located RY STREET IN HEART OF __ __
busy on Judge was pleased Court Ot
The Circuit
of Section Twen- I.
the South line I 3 miles from Starke Fla. Both TOWN OF STARKE. FOR SALB
Bradford County's highways dur- with the drop of his case load sinceit Judge Yawn issued 17 delayed a corn crop and it may mean ty-one (21). Township Six (6) County, Florida, In Chancery. properties must! be sold. Owner CHEAP BY OWNER. APPLY AT
the difference between a good South, Range Twenty-two U%) Ruth Lynch Schaffer. Plaintiff, leaving town. Other business out GUMBER-S
ing 1954. Musgrove's annual report reflects an atmosphere of improved birth certificates as compared with Donald L. Schdffer, Defendant. GULF STATION
East, with the West line of the V8"\\ of state. Contact Eston Jordan. NORTH OK STARKE HIGHWAY
shows that he investigated law and order in the coun-, 23 for last year. yield and a crop failure. right of way of State Road num- Ph. 333 407 N. Cherry St, Starke 301. JAX HIGHWAY ttchc
65 accidents in which five persons The" dry weather experienced in ber 200 (formerly State Road Fla. 4tp 2/11

were killed and 55 injured Winners Display Physics Projects recent years and especially during erly number along 13),the thence West run line North-of the FOR OFFICE : FOR SALE-73 acres of land, most
1954 has convinced said State Road \ ly timberland.
Many other accidents 'were investigated many farmers right of way of Over 2.000 feet
by either that an irrigation system is necessary number ZOO for a distance of OR HON A. J. Thomas. Starke, Fla. I frontage on U. S. 301, south of
county or Two Hundred ((200)) feet thencerun Marke. Large dwelling. One
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city officials and two more traffic ,, if they're to remain in. busi- Westerly and parallel with I HAS I acre around the house nicely
: :4 ness. the South line of said Section I 1andscapd. Write lIox 1831.
deaths occurred that were not Twenty-one (21). a distance!: of FOR SALE _Starke Fla. Ztp 1/8
covered by Musgrove's report. two hundred twenty UO) feet,
thence run at right angles southerly 1/ S.9 acre farm, abttantlat two FOR RENT-Two bedroom furnished -
Musgrove said property damage Right ChemicalsAt to the South line of sale &te4took bed room dwell.. t\rr. light and apartment. Apply Shepherds
from the 55 accidents was estimated Section Twenty-one (21). thencerun \ atr. Vt ml. t. pated highway: _Radio and TV Shop. tfchg
at Right Time Easterly along the South line fOUNrAIN 'PIN 1 ml. from Marke. Price including
$40.9S3.
of said Section Twenty-one (%1) DESK Ilf abstract and Sureyt.000.0O, FOR RENT-Unfurnished 2 bed.
The to said point of beginning; sub- .'. room apartment. Also
Trooper made 204 arrests Prevents DiseaseIf .1. 00.DO dowa. balance monthlyat furnished
ject to a road right of way over II I 6% Intercut. one bedroom apartment. Close in
during 1954. issued 732 written
the South 23 feet of said land 13.00 desirable location. 201 W. Madl.
warnings ,informed 237 drivers the right chemical fungicideis and subject to 1943 county taxes I YourFovoriti 2 bed room dwell., elee. Hghta and son. tfchg
which the grantees assume; COMPLETE water, sad large poultry
about garage
faulty equipment and ren- used at the time the
proper DUY
and you are hereby required to liou".. \L ml. N. of City Limit on YOUR ANNUALS now at
dered assistance in 616 instances. cost of preventing plant diseasesin serve a copy of your answer or Point West Hide of t". S. 301. Lot 100x Starke Nursery. Ready for plant
pleading to the complaint on 300 tftt. _A %ery nice buy at ing. Stock, cornflowers carnation -
Musgrove also reports that two crops usually is not prohibitive plaintiffs attorney A. Z. Adkins.Jr. b Avoflahti H3.2oo.oo.H2.Suo.oo down, balance pinks hollyhocks, lark-

cars were stolen from the countyin says Dr. W. B. Tisdale plant .. whose address is S SE First S. $25.00 monthly, Interest after ma- spur, pansies etc. Phone 158W.

1954: and both of the cars were pathologist.with the University of Avenue file the Gainesville.original in the Florida office, and of turity.IS Itchg l/2

recovered. Florida Agricultural Experiment the Clerk of said Court on or before and 29 acre homenltea on p.I.d ."- FOR SALE-Ideal business site. 3
Stations. "- February 7. 1955. highway priced an low as city miles North of Starke. Inquire at
I If you fall to do so. judgment by I ... Hay now and build a ......- Ellis % Store or write' to Box
County's Gas Sales "Because it is much easier and default will be taken against you I try home later. & -o. Rt. Starke. Fla. alp 1/28
I for the relief demanded In said 3.25 I
\ more economical to protect plants Black RUBBER
complaint. !Modern new Home In Saratoga STAMPS. SIGNATURE
Increase 38 Per CentIn from diseases than it is to cure DONE AND ORDERED at Starke. Height to Starke. 4 lane highway Stamp. Daters made to order. One
i Bradford County Florida, this S day Colors :3.75 and paved sidewalks leadingto day Service. Florida Rubber
Last Two Years L- them the Experiment Station ubdh'i..loa.A and PHi fla- Stamp Co., 915 Hendrlcks Ave.

--- worker advises "methods of controlling Red, Green, Gray, Blue and !I nanrlng. available.For Jacksonville Fla. 4tp 1/2?

Bradford County led all Florida Four of five winners in a recent contest of physics projects at I most plant diseases are Walnut thru and ether bargain U CARPENTER WORK-Block work,
directed toward FILL DIRTGOOD wiring plumbing roofing,
protection or real estate ace siding
counties in the increase of gas Bradford High are (I to r): Eugene Howe, second prize for inexperienced pre- U'rftUt'AKa2d' cement work.

gales during the past two years. ; Bill Moore, first prize for inexperienced; Jan Mundorff grand vention. Equipped with Point of A. J. THOMASREALTOR County! Telegraph.. < ", c/o Bradford 4t
RICH 2/25
The sales Increased 38 Disease parasites are low formsof selection
county's
prize :winner; and Wick Rimert, first prize for experienced. George your
per cent over 1952 and last year's plant life that obtain food from 'S REPAIR SHOP _
Canova won second prize for experienced. and TOP SOILSee Cor. Temple Ave. and 12th St.
sales were 10 per cent higher thanin higher plants protecting I 104 Temple A'\.. Telethon* 214 Commercial and Domestic. Re

1953. I I Bradford High's physics class prize in the experienced class fora plants from them involves treatingthe Also with chain for Hotels, frigerator. Stove Water Heatera -
Florida Appliances of all kinds
The average gain in gasoline taught by Charles Cowen, presented "Culver V" airplan model that plants with chemicals that will Motels, Banks, Restaurants Stnrke. paired. Heating systems and re-

sales for Florida counties was 16 an exhibit of original work in took 40 hours to construct. kill them before they attack etc.Bradford i electric wiring.: Telephone SS7-W
The Canova was awarded plants. If the. proper fungicide Is BILL JACKSON ii SEE THIS GREAT DISPLAY OF Day or Night. Jtp 2/4
George
per vcent, and Lee and Broward their classroom recently. i i AZALEAS
Counties ranked second behind. projects were judged and some of 'second prize for a "Bel Air" air on the outer surface of the plant Jackson Transfer Company I all U*.
when of the disease County j 10-Iarh Size ,i.s* DOHa HELP WANTED
model that took 29 hours spores fungous I
Bradford with 33 per cent. the test workmanship was placedon plane 1 Also 25*. 50*. 75e. $1. 0. 1.50, $2.01 I
The County's share of the state. display in Koch's Drug Store to complete. It has a gas motor come In contact with the Phone 165 TELEGRAPHWINKLER i I, Each and UpHEVEDERE MECHANICWith

gas tax for 1954 was $28,848.27 as and will also be displayed with and is hand controlled.The plant the spores will be killed ._.--_._. _.yyyyyyyyy. . . V. V. V. A NURSERY AZALEAGARDEN
compared with 25969.32 in 1953. Bradford County's exhibit at the, judges for the exhibit were before they enter the plant tissues.Dr. .1 Pauline Karle Colllna Experience In

The County's revenue is derived Florida State Fair. Tom Casey Shepard Faber Jack Tisdale points out that thereis -.- ----.-----'- P. O. Box 168, Earlrtoa. Fia. t FORD DEALERSHIP

from the seventh rent gas tax and Jan :Mundorff was judged grand Detweiler, and Ira Harris. The no fungicide that is effective

of the surplus gas tax. prize winner for a scale model of winners were awarded free passes, against all plant diseases and % ELECTRIC SERVICEGet RADIOS REPAIRED Preferably Ford Man TrainedIn

The Board of County Commissioners the frigate "Essex" that took 58 to the Florida Theatre. that a fungicide that is effective All Make. 411 Model Service Schools
Other entrants praised by the disease be Set For the Better FallPrograms !traaoaable charges guaranteeCHAS.
against
one
receive 20 per cent of both hours to build. may unsatisfactory C. ShEPHERD : GOOD PAYCreerStrickland
the seventh cent gas tax and the Bill :Moore was awarded top I judges were.: William Home. ship for controlling an- Now Coming on 01 W. Call St. Starke Ph. M

surplus tax (5th and 6th cent) for prize in* the unexperienced class model; T. J. Alderman, plane other. "Because of this" he emphasizes Sales

also for an original steam turbine madeof model; Joyce Scholl exhibits demonstrating "it is highly Importantto Ford Dealer
use in road work. The County Electric MotorsREWOUND
has $4 allotted to them by the a coffee can finishing nail the combinations of diagnose the disease accuratelyand I Tarpon Springs. Fla.

State Road Department for every aluminum foil and aluminum sheet forces on a gate and three typesof then use the fungicide that S :: RADIOAND AND

equilibrium; Pearson Cox, exhibits has been found effective :
metal. againstit.
to the County ,
-
$1 that Is turned over SERVICEDSmall
demonstrating the "Laws of ." I FISH BAIT WORMS
awarded
so the county has an additional Eugene Howe was BILL'S B.UTRH
"Bernoulli's
$115.200 for road purposes ad- second prize in the unexperienced the Pendulum" and Time of'application of a fungi- S Appliance Repair Highway 301 Bark of

ministered by the state. class for a radio transmitter.... designed Principle;" Jerry Colley pinhole motor cide varies according to the plant I TELEVISIONSales General MachineVork I Sleepy Hollow Motel Starke, Fla.2tD c
Smith
Jo Ann
sales for the state for use In short wave broad- camera; the nature of the disease and
Total
gas boat model; and Charles Kirkland weather 1950 ENGLISH FORD. low mileage,
through November 1954: was rasting. constructed inside a bottle condition the plant p th- rs ssrS-rtS I S good condition. Priced to Belt
999,059,042 gallons. Wick Rimert was awarded first a ship ologist explains. With many crops All Work guaranteed See It at Torode'e Used Car Lot.

the time to make the first application 17-inch TVMahogany 179.95. tf
Cattlemen and Service Reasonable Rates
Seeks Third Straight Win County is when first signs of the disease FOR SALE-On West South Street
Starke S lovely two bedroom bungalowwith
show but in I I rrssrssSSSSSSflSSSSflSSS SSSSSS r rrr
Will Meet Tonight up some areas large brick fireplace. Kit.
I where certain diseases show up 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke Florida RED SEAL chen has built-in cabinets .break

In Game With Gainesville/ Tonight The Bradford County Cattlemen's every year, it has been found --- t attic fast nook attic fan fan., hidaway bath. Attached stairs to

Association will hold its garage and laundry with built-in
.- -. ELECTRIC & MACHINE
The Bradford High hoopster. [Tornadoes started a "freeze" mid- first meeting since October in the ._::-_:.._'... -,.._- ; :_ J- >r D... ftclT.D'" ..o- ::: SHOP bery tubs. and Large six lot pecan with trees nice, screen shrub-

will be after their third straightwin way through the final period. Both Lions Den tonight (Friday). j I ed porch. Inquire Farm, Home

tonight (Friday) on the loea\ Strickland and Stanley Clark rebounded Supper will be served at 7:30 & Anto Supply. Ztchg: 1/28 '
GRAUDOX
F. W.
floor at 9 o'clock. effectively against taller and will be followed by a talk bj I Free Fish Fry : I ,WANTED TO TRADE-Good tractor .
Ganesvill"I ernandina opposition. Strick- who has chargf Owner, Manager and equipment, for late model
high school will provide Dr. J. F. Hentges, pick-up or station wagon. Farm
I tion. A victory over Gainesvffla' land took high point honors forth of the purebred herd operations t 106 Washington SU Phone 397 I Home & Auto Supply.

would give the Tornadoes a 6-5 evening with 17 while Clark at the Agricultural Experiment Starke, Fla. Mchg 1/28 i
All Farmers and Their Families of Alachua
and Edward Akridge had 15 and
record for the season, now about Station in Gainesville. WISH TO BUT industrial land closeto
Loftin i FOR SALE-New 8 x 8 x 16 Con- Starke. with or without build
12 respectively. Harvey of the Associationare
Game e- All members
half over. A B-Squad pr crete block 18c Cement $1.40 per ings; also Income property Address
liminary to the varsity game, wfl had 14 points for the losers. Fern- urged to attend this meeting. and Surrounding Counties Are InvitedTo Lag. Mortar Mix $1.25 per bag. full details to: C.W.P. Box

begin at 7:30. ndina hit only 11 field goals out Ladies are Invited. j t 91 Bradford Starke.Englnering Co., phone tf 3R.. Starke. Fla. IBtp 8/4


The Tornadoes gained a decisive loi Last more Friday than 60 Bradford shots. defeated able at press time.) 'Attend A Free Fish Fry At I FOR RENT-Unfurnished house. In- FOR furnished REXT-apartment Conveniently, I located large ..

win over Fernandina Tuesda, Last Tuesday night the Tornado II oulre at Bus Station. tt rooms bath and kitchenette. $10 ,
night, 5? !9. Fernandina "was Paxon Field High School of Jacksonville trounced th Fern- I per week. Phong 137. Itchg
lassies handily KEY-
Edward PAID ON" SAVINGS -
55-51. Clark and 2%
without the services of its main- andina girls 54-29. S.ndra Strick- STONE STATE BANK KEYSTONE FOR RENT-Four room unfurnished '

stay, Tommy Shave. Shave who points\kridge respect'vely were high with for the 22 Torna-and 15 land was high with 21 points followed GAINESVILLE FARMERS t RKR Jo'fIIC.HEIGHTS. FLA.. MEM- R. F.apartment Young. on Christian St.Itchg See

spelled trouble for the TornadoesIn by Jackie Prevatt with 15. I
football and In their last basketball does. Glen Reddish played an excellent FOR SALE Small house near
iu floor game for the locals. Top point getters for the local PRODUCE MARKET Keep plenty of Hot Water -: rrbool, toot and cold water! tiled
contest last month, was sextet through the first nine For ONLY 9.95 down $6.00. bath and kitchen, sink and dish
Spires was high for the visitors all floors.
Tallahassee accepting the "mosn.valuable" !: Strickland with cabinets, linoleum on
Sandra
with 14.Akridge. games are per month for 12 months, Nothing down pay like rent. See
football: player award 144, Jackie Prevatt with 122 and I Automatic George at Coney Island Apartment *
given by the Northwest Con- Clark, and Reddish Linda Johns with 64. Defensively, buys a 20 gallon 2, Tenth and Church Sts.
Sal Jan. 29 Starts 4 P.M. Water Heater. Also have six room unfurnished -
Florida Serving Coleman Hot Starke.
drew from the
ference. It is doubtful if Shave praise Babs Lance and Lyndell O'Steen -- house on Walnut

would have made any differencein Times Unbn column "Prep Sports"this have shown up well. glade Gas Co. St.ltp

the outcome of the game. Ac- week for their steady type of -

cording to many Fernandina supporters [>lay for the Tornadoes. Coach W. C. T. U. A HILLBILLY BAND WILL FURNISH MUSIC t FOR way SALE-16(Brnwnlee acres Road land). See on G.high-Lv FOR female SALE-Black, 5 weeks old.cocker Mrs.spaniel Steve

Leonard t Rt. 2. Box 60. Starke. W'don. phonp 247W. Itch*
the Buccaneers simply had Register seems pleased Kersey.
FARMERS PRODUCE MARKET INC. pniI 1
_ an off-night. with the improvement shown in 1 MEMBERS AND FRIENDS OF j FOR SALE-Good quality peanut
the team the last few TEMPERANCE'\ CAUSE UNDERWOOD Standard tyt>"- hay and sugar cane syrup. H. M.
Bradford piled an early lead games. THE USED
up \ '\ Prominent Marketing Experts Will Be Present To Discuss t writer. Good condition. $.5. Pussey Rt 1, Box 33, Fort White. f
1 and was never behind. The Buccaneers After tonight's game Bradford I ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THE Bradford County Telegraph. tf Fla. 2tp 2/4 .

I threatened shortly before the entertains Bolles on the local flooi, W.C.T.U. MEETING FRIDAY t
AFTERNOON IN TIlE TABERNACLE And Acquaint Growers With The New Method of Opera- FOR RENT-Three bedroom unfurnished FOR SALE-Florida 90 Strawberry
half tirre but Townsend Strick- Tuesday evening.Coach house. Recently redecorated plant J8 per thousand! or $I rer i
land's eight points, six of them CHAPEL TO MEET THE on South St. Apply Colonial hundred. Marklee Starling. Rt 2.P.x ,
free throws in the third quarter Nina Bishop's BHS girl I STATE PRESIDENT, MRS. RIG- tion For The Coming Season. The Program Will Be Very I Florist. tffhg:, 5%. F. Starke. Fla. 2tn 2/4 .
basketball; crew was sporting t
helped to put the locals well out GLE AND THE CORRESPONDING Beneficial To All Farmers. FOR RENT Attractively decorated LOST FROWN BILL FOLDER with
5-4 as of ;yesterday (Thursday). SECRETARY, MRS. BRAD- I downstairs two bedroom and tw f>H badge. Important papers !.
believed
in front. Coach Register hath apartment unfurnished. 36jr (i finder please return ai' that the score could have been run: Ketterlinus of St. Augustine play- FORD, AND IlEAC THEIR INTERESTING I. i w'inpr St. Phone 97 Mrs. J F J. Shaw. P. O. Pox
M
up a good bit higher had not the i'led here last night (Score not avail- MESSAGES. II \ I \T Kincald. tfchg! 545. 1tpw.


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