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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 4, 1955
Publication Date: 1888-
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Building. Boom In Full Swing BDFORD COUNTY TELECPH



Never before in its near-hundred year history has Starke seen anything nearly ap-

proaching its current building boom. Building permits issued here during 1954 reached an

unprecedented total of $1,379,901 far exceeding the previous high mark set more than a Official County Publication Established In 1879

decade,ago during era of Camp Blanding. Pictured below are some of the major construc-

tion projects now under way, or just completed here. 'OL1; SEVENTY-SIX---'"- STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1955 NUMBER THIRTY

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: 4r & iJWNZIIAVEN 'R1 {t i I[Motion To Issue Permit





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motion by Councilman Wm. T. Jackson to issue a building permit for a proposed

supermarket on North Walnut St., when and if plans are approved by the city's building

inspector, died for want of a second at another stormy session in the City Hall Tuesday

L : night. Jackson's motion, if passed, would have given the supermarket planners a green

1 light to proceed, contingent upon approval of the plans..

This fourth .Council session devoted largely to the supermarket controversy got under

way at 7:30 when Guy Andrews presented plans and specifications for the building he

t proposes to construct on the Maude Crews property in the Woman's Club block for lease to
SUBDIVISION work continues at a brisk clip with 10 $7,000 for two bedroom, and $8,000 for three bedroom. This development New Residents
a supermarket chain. Andrews requested a permit stating that he had deposited a check
I houses already completed, and all 29 scheduled to be finished by the is located at Orange and Pratt Streets. Streets through the area j : for $35 with the city on Jan. 4 and that he understood that the Council would act on the
latter part of March., Eight houses are already sold and occupied, and
at are now being hard-surfaced. : In Saratoga Hts.The I request when the completed plans were presented.
fight other sales are now being processed. These house are priced i
following purchasers are Council Chairman James A. I building permit without a thorough in opposition to the supermarket

now occupying their new homes ii Lewis stated that the city charter 'study. He declared that there was I project, said: "It is my opinion that

Saratoga Heights: provides that the Council must go no need for undue haste in the the Council should get with the

Mr and Mrs. Murphree M. Smith. over plans and specifications with matter. building inspector and go over

!Mr. Smith is an employee of Her- the building inspector (Fire ChiefD. City Attorney Thomas agreed these plans thoroughly before act-

+ S cules Powder Co. W. Carpenter) before it would that the Council should, if they ing on a permit."

; Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith. Mr., act on the permit. This would re- had not already, consult with the It was at this point that Coun-

Smith is local agent for the Sea, quire additional time, he said. .inspector before acting on the cilman Jackson made his fruitless

board Air Line Railroad. Councilman Jackson remarked permit. motion to have the Council issue

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Sullivan, that the matter had dragged on A new voice in the controversywas the permit if the plans met the approval -

Mr. Sullivan is an employe of Her, long enough and called on City At- heard when H. A. Bishop Jr., of the inspector.This .
cules. torney A. J. Thomas Jr. for his former Councilman and now Chair- motion met with vigorous

Mr. and Mrs. Jas. W. AbeL Mr, opinion as to what the Council man of the Board of County Com- opposition from Mr. Knight, who
Abel is also a Hercules employe. should or could do in the matter. missioners, declared himself in favor said: "Your motion may be pre-

Mr and Mrs. Benedict Finzer Attorney Thomas reminded thee of the supermarket going on the mature. There are any number of
"as of this moment"the things to be considered before this
Mr. Finzer is office manager of th< Council that disputed site.
Dad city has no zoning ordinanceand "We elected matter comes to a final showdown.
SARATOGA HEIGHTS housing development, located on the former are now in process. All grounds are planted with shrubbery and Big Manufacturing Co. you men sitting [
I, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis T. Lee,, that in issuing permits it is here at this table and have a rightto Some very pertinent things may
Streets and ditches will
Ed Prevail property, just off Highway 100 in the western part of the grass is sprigged-in as houses are occupied.
Mr. Lee is employed with Humph, concerned only with the type of know where you stand on this come up. There is no need for the
city. The last of these 27 attractive modern houses, constructed by also be sprlg t'd. Houses range in price from $8,300 to $10,000, but leys Gold Corp. construction, safety, fire hazards, issue, 'but only one of you has ex- Council to go on record at this

Ben Hall for Demetree Builders of Jacksonville were completed last all $10,000 homes have already been sold. i Mr. and Mrs. Brady E. McLeod. etc. of the proposed structure."I pressed an opinion so far. If you time as being for or against the

week. Thirteen of them are already occupied, and six more purchase -Polaroid 1-Minute Photos by the TelegraphNEW Mr. McLeod work with Humphreys am of the opinion that the are going to sit around this board issuance of a permit. You have

... ... .. Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Smith. City has no alternative but to issue you should be men enough to express 'heard the opinion of your city at-
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... ,\ Mr. Smith' manager of the Cen, the permit Thomas said. yourselves, and that goes for torney, a good friend of mine anda

.' ; tral, Florida.Gas Co. In Starke. Business picked up when H. V. the city clerk and the mayor, too, very conscientious young man,

'Jr'Y"1 1\. :'.. / ? Mr;and-Mrs. Arthur G. Louder, Knight, local attorney who had appeared since they frequently express [but I would like to remind you
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< that even a Supreme Court justice
; y themselves less controversial
Jr. Mr. Louden is employed b y before Council at a previous on
does not know what the law act-
the Clay Electric Cooperative.Mr. meeting to oppose the supermarket matters. As a citizen, I would like
and Mrs. C. W Colson. Mr. project as a private citizen, to hear the opinion of you men sit- 'ually" is until it is finally adjudicated. -

I -H-TThr ::1 tpL Colson works for Humphreys: rose to say that it would be en- ting around this table," .
__--- I Knight continued: "I think the
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. A. ChristmasJr. tirely out of order for the Council Mayor J. R. Wainwright, who at
Mr. Christmas is employed at to take a set of plans and issue a previous meetings had spoken out least that Lovett's could do wouldbe
the to take you gentlemen off the
maintenance shops, Camp hook. In my opinion it is very

Blanding.Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Soisson. UNEXPLAINED SI BOOING AFFAIRes ''I inconsiderate only spot in of town them that to is pick so the ob-

;& Mr. Soisson is an insurance sales- jectionable
to so many people. The

man.Mr.. and Mrs. Leonard M. Stokes Judge Yawn Issu Warning About ,'very idea that they would still in-
sist on this location is more thanI
who are moving here from Tampa Rabbit Hunting A long Public Highwayscar can understand. I do not believe
Mr; Stokes
is
salesman for a feed that the officials of Lovett's have

company. been fully informed as to the circumstances
Orval Culver, who lives on the and was recovered by SheriffP.
in this matter. This is
former Jeff Lewis place on the D. Reddish. The sheriff has
Hew ResidentsIn a thing that can be vital to the
Brownlee road, was released un- sent the bullet and Culver's .22
town and could cause strife and
der $5,000 bond, following an in- Remington repeater rifle to the
[ hard here
feelings for 20 years ormore.
Pinehaven cident In which an automobile, FBI to determine whether or not ." ,
driven by-Billy Dodd was fired upon the. bullet cam from that.gun I-
:. I The following Andrzws"The officials
purchasers ar! Thursday night of last week. County Judge T. A. Yawn, who of LOTett's -
.. I now occupying their new homes fa:]I So far Culver has not made any set Culver's bond, said that he was are aware of the situation.
"t t I Pinehaven Subdivision: I know there are people on both
.:.. .. Clarifying statement, concerning disturbed about reports reachinghim
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Mrs. Emma Badman ( sides of this question. A poll tak-
retired
| ),, his part in the incident. concerning the practice of
formerly of Washington D. en recently among the businessmen
C.
Dodd and his companions, John "rabbit hunting" along the high-
"J- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hurst. Mr., unbeknown to me, showed 36
Benny Sapp, Bobby McClellan and ways at night. He called attention -
Hurst is employed by Hercules.Mr. to 10 in favor of it. As for the
.
." -, ..., ; John Henry Spencer, stated that to the following statute:
and Mrs. Calvin Parham., commercialization of Walnut St.,
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they were riding slowly down the "XVhoever discharges on any
I would like
Mr. to
Parham is point out that the
ELEMENTARY CLASSROOMS of Starke school are shown lower photo may be seen roof of new CAfetorium for use by the pri- Mr. and Mrs.a city employee highway, hunting rabbits, but that public highway, or in any unin- president of the Woman's Club,

above In views from north side (above) and south (below). These mary grades. It will cost $32,925 and is about 40 per cent complete.New Mr. Gonzalez works Tony at Gonzalez, they had not fired near Culver's corporated village, within 300 Mrs. Kincaid, for whom I have a

eight additional classrooms are being constructed at'a cost of $99,000, classrooms may see use in about six weeks, but cafetorium will HumphreysGold. I place. They say that the bullets yards of any premises, any fire- high regard, has rented her property -

and are about 60 per cent complete. At right end of classrooms in not be completed in time for this term. Mrs. Mary M. that hit the Dodd car came from arms, without permission from the on N. Walnut St to a man
Dally, home
\ eco Culver's house parch occupant of said premises, or in
Or yard. who is
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< ...." ,..... ".. &. "( .". ;_ '," .,",'" .. ."""''., ..' ", ,,,-,. ." -" -f'" .',- r.'f. -- -- Young Dodd was driving the car the defense of life, limb or properIty there. That is all right. It Is
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," ., .. : : :J. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Harris. and two of the boys were sitting shall be punished by Imprisonment inevitable, as the town grows, that
Harris is Mr" on the front fenders of the car, not exceeding 60 days, or by this area will be commercialized."
employed with Warren, looking for rabbits. One bullet hit fine not exceeding $50." Andrews continued: "The only

Construction Co. the car on the front fender, just Judge Yawn said that many persons -I alternative is to go further out -
Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Warren ol I
Warren below where one of the boys was are apparently unaware of not only build a supermarket but
Construction Co. this law, and warned that also
anyone include other
store
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Smith. sitting. Another bullet hit in the spaces and
brought before hIm' on such charge rent them to people who now have
Mr. Smith is employed by Humph, chrome plate near the rear fender. I would be dealt with according to businesses on Call St but who
reys Gold.Finzer. One of the bullets stuck in the the
provisions. I would like nice, new stores. Several -

have already spoken to me


T (f Loses Prolonged Lad I Garbage Cans Must Be'Out', City Says'!,about across done this.from with Just Setzer's.Chorus the think location. what couldbe right

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r Fight For HealthBenedict Citizens of Starke will have to|area within the city limits. Coun- That's all right Go to it Etc.)
t 4& set their garbage cans out on the cilman W. T. Jackson, chairman Knight: "We'll even help you out

Finzer VI, 7yearoldson street on pick-up days or else'of the street department, estimated with that.
-- of Mr. and :Mrs. Benedict Fin- stand the expense of an additional that it would cost $10,000 to pur- Andrews: "But what would hap-

NEW RJE (NEGRO) SCHOOL plant will include 13 new classrooms, six weeks. The old RJE school will be abandoned except ,for two zer of Starke, died Tuesday night garbage truck and crew. chase another truck and put on pen to Call St.? Frankly, that's

I library, cafetorlum, and shower rooms. It will cost $171,377 and Is I I classrooms which are still deemed fit for service and will be used for shortly after being admitted to a That was the decision made at another crew in order to' render the last thing rd want to do."

about 60 per cent complete. Classrooms may be ready for use In about I. elementary grades. Jacksonville hospital. For the past I the City Council meeting Tuesday(backyard pick-up service to all Foster Shi Smith, a newly ap-
t (two and a half years the little I II night when the councilmen voted the houses now within Starke's pointed member of the zoring
unanimously to request Starke city limits. board who has appeared at previous -
boy had been courageously carrying -.
The entire school construction program now under way in this Rowland Loses I on after having been stricken citizens to cooperate with the department It was stated that schedule I,' meetings as an opposition
Mothers March a
county totals $ -I 1,79a; and Includes the following projects in additionto spokesman for the Official Board
by placing their garbagecans
with infantile paralysis. This week will be published so that property!i
those pictured above: of the First Methodist
I he contracted a cold which settled at their property line to expedite owners will know on what days to!1 Church,
Suit For Deed his chest. Due to the weakened the work of the garbagecrew. set their garbage the''':said: "You Councilmen have an
Monday NightWith LA"'TEl' NEGRO SCHOOL, six classrooms, $ tS95. Practically cans out on obligation to protect our churches
rn of his respiratory organs, treet. The crew has been rendering(I'
complete and see in another week : and their investments. From the
may use or so. This action is made
,
by the polio attack, he could necessary twice a week pick-up service Inmost I lurches'
Ben J. Rowland, property owneron 'not withstand the congestion it was said, by the recent exten- areas of the town standpoint a supermarket -
a goal set at $1,000 mothers i GYMNASIUM Bradford School 20 cent it was in the area would be nui-
High $127,000, per complete. a
I W. Madison St. (Highway 100)) brought on by the severe cold. sion of the city limits and the said.
throughout Bradford Countywill sance. The churches there
lost a suit this week against the The boy was born in Louisville. construction> of two housing developments were
go "on the march" Monday If property owners refuse to first and it is your duty to protect
Board of County Commissionersfor iCy., Sept. 9, 1947. The family which, all together,
night in the annual :Mothers :Marchon MUSIC BUILDING: Starke school, $36.213, 20 to 25 per cent ('omplere. recovery of a rightofwaydeed moved to Florida for his health have added about 300 additional cooperate or object too strenuouslyto them."
Polio, a phase of the drive for A heated exchange arose be-
for the of the homes to the list the new arrangement, it will
Infantile funds. given widening about two years ago, and he had being serviced by tween Lex Green
Paralysis owner of residential -
Mrs. Alice Anderson, chairmanof toad. shown great improvement in his i j the city's garbage department. necessitate the levying of a gar-" property across the street
the The hearing was held "in general physical condition. His I The department now uses one bage tax to put on another truck
march in Starke, announces I
the chambers" Tuesday before Circuit father is office manager for the truck and three men to service the l i and crew it was said. (Continued on Page
following co-chairmen and the
districts to which they are assigned Father Mother Daughter Lose Lives Judge John A. H. Murphree. Big Dad Manufacturing Co. and
: Rowland maintained that the served as chairman of the Bradford .

Mrs. chas. A. Commissioners, individually, prom- I County March of Dimes campaign ''

Starke; Darby-NE When Car Runs Into Freight TrainA ised him to move his house further in 1954 and 1955. #

Mrs. John Torode, NW Starke; I back on his property if he would I Besides his parents, Benny is

Mrs. Ed Tenly, SW Starke: I give the necessary right of way !survived by his maternal grandparents I

Mrs. Henry Godwin, SE Starke; I I weekend pleasure trip ended traveling at the rate of about 60 for the street widening. He asked Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kirchner -

Mrs. Frazier Shaw, Bessent Loop' tragically for a MaxviPe family I miles per hour. The train crew was for cancellation of the deed on the of Harrods Creek, Ky., and his

to Highway 16. with the death of the father,!I unaware of the accident until notified \grounds of "failure of considera- paternal grandparents, Mr. and

Volunteers from 'the BPW Club mother, and their 11-year-old when the train arrived at tion" and "fraud." Mrs. Benedict Finzer of Louisville, 8)I

will handle solicitations in local daughter at a grade crossing near; I I Baldwin.Mr. Judge Murphree in ruling Ky. t
motor courts. Sparr. The victims were Jack E'I Lucas and the girl were against Rowland held that failureto He was a member of St. Ed- g7& -

Other towns In the county where Lucas, 31, his wife, Mrs. Callie killed instantly in the crash and pay him the consideration ward's Catholic Church of Starke 1

chairmen have been appointed are: cas, 32, and their oldest daughter, the mother died six hours laterin agreed upon was not grounds for Funeral Services have been tent-
Hampton-Mrs. J. W Home and Barbara Jean. Two other children, the hospital at Ocala. cancellation of the deed, end: that atively set for Friday afternoon in twI'T

Betty Mae Home; Peggy Lucas, 7, and Gary Lucas, A veteran of World War II, Mr. fraud had not been shown. Louisville, with interment in Cave ;

Brooker-Mrs. Aubrey Hazen; 6, were hospitalized in Ocala where Lucas was a lifelong resident of Rowland declared that the Com-' Hill Cemetery there.

Heilbronn-Mrs. J. C. Sapp and the little girl's injuries were des- Maxville and was employed thereat missioners promised him individ- DeWitt C. Jones Funeral home

Miss Louise Norman.So cribed as serious and the boy's the sawmill of his brother. ually to move his house (and:or was in charge of local arrange- I

far, chairmen have not beenaecured not severe. Joseph Lucas. His mother, the garage) and told him it was not ments. : f I

at Lawtey, Kingsley Lake,, The Lucas family had gone to a late Mrs. Effie Lucas, was post- necessary for him to appear before .,. I
Pine Level or Tberessa. fishing camp on the Oklawaha master at Maxville for 20 years the board while it was In Singing ConventionThe '- u -7'0- "" -- t tI

The Mothers March in the col. River, expecting to stay until Sun- He is a grandson of "Uncle Ran- official session. AWARD WINNERS at the annual Tornado football DR. C. J. nQUPT (left) was given a handsome !|
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ored district will be headed up bj day. A change of plans, however, dall" Harris of Maxville. Bradford-Union Singing banquet last week are (front, 1 to r) Sidney Jack- plaque by the team for his faithful services to the *

Marian DelL resulted in their leaving to return Funeral services for the three Recent BirthMr. I Convention will meet all day Sun- son, holding handsome trophy received for being team since he has been practicing in Starke; Head j
All homeowners are asked tc I home held day, Feb. 6, starting at 10:30 a.
Saturday night. About were Wednesday afternoon at
"most valuable" Edwin
player, and Johns with his Coach James Hobbs, who announced his retirement >
follow the tradition of turning or and Mrs. Jack Edward m., at the Congregational Methodist -
a quarter of a mile from Sparr 2 o'clock in the Long Branch Bap- "sportsmanship" trophy. Other are (1 to r) Townsend from football, received a handsome electric clock
porch lights or outside house light;!; Hazen of Starke announce the birthof Church on U. S. 301 about four I
their car crashed into the side of tist Church; with Rev. G. E. Cut- Strickland, All Conference; Gary Garner, All from the squad; and Edwin Horse was presentedwith
if
they wish to be called on for .a a son, Jack Edward Hazen, Jr., miles north of Starke. Everyone j
contribution. The workers wil:LI I a 135-car Atlantic Coast Line shaw and Rev. Edwin Harvey of-, on Jan. 27 in St. Vincent's Hospital interested in gospel singing is urg- Conference and Captain; and Stanley Clark, All a radio from the coaching staff for his voluntary j

start making their rounds aboul L lj Railroad freight train which was ficiating. ed to attend. I Conference and Alternate Captain. aid with the team last season II

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Mothers Are
editorial 1 I I 1i PAGE TWO FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1955

Marching With Farmer's
-.** DiaryBy cember when he began to tell his

More Hope Than Sam McGarrey friends how much better he was I
teeling and how much better j

Will New Formosan Policy Ever Before, Due his wife was feeling about his job. j
sionaries although the latter are W This past week he held a press ]

Lead To War or Peace? To New Vaccine earlier by a couple. .of weeks. A'ftWX11 luncheon the first we have ever :

heard of him putting on. All of

Last week has been described as a time of Thx e million women in more Alice County met,a Harriet newcomer Miller to, who Bradford the newsmen who covereFlorida ,

"agonizing reappraisal" for Washington and the than 50,000 American communitiesare ., .. farming with her family on the is were present. It was held in theSecretary
President Eisenhower fought desperately providing a stirring climax to P load to
world
as Keystone. Welcome to -r 1 of the Senate's private
'the current March of Dimes t
to devise and formulate a policy toward Communist cam- them, and lots of luck in their ef- dining room in the Capital. Beforewe
paign by
staging their annual
China that would rally the greatest pos- lorts.
Mothers' March on Polio. had picked up our forks to
in Allied Farming certainly is a topsy- .
sible support in the U. S. and our
The dramatic March' has be- turvy life! One week we're putting We keep babying WIN PENDLETON eat Rad Mobley, of the Miami
capitals.His come the biggest single source; of water on our berry patch with our plants along, and our berry Herald dean of the Florida news-
to Congress to define a policy they are doing SM.VTIIERS WILL RUN
request funds in the nevi
never-ceasing fight on
irrigation outfit
and the next
,
some growing, in men here, and of
in the spite of the cold. one Washington'smost
almost unanimously hailed infantile
on Formosa was paralysis. In communities week we're
many rid
busy trying to get This week, weather FUNERAL ORATION A capable writers asked the
public forum and in the nation's press as reason- throughout the. U. S. it of the permitting, we
flood that Nature let loose hope to work them, rumor died this week in Wash- blunt question, "Are
to
give them fertilizer you going
able and constructive and a calculated risk that has become the event of the year on our place. Trouble is that at and a top dressing with ington. We were there when it run?" The answer was the same
this country must take in an effort to prevent an with almost everyone participating.In this time of the year the evapora- bone meal and then put on the drew its last breath. Today, we which he has given for weeks -
all-out war. Starke raised last year the Marching tion is so slow that it takes a long mulch of saw dust. We want to intend to help bury it. This is a a vague side-step. But, the tip-
both housesof Mothers $900 more than time for a field to dry out, but it sort of "Mark thisis
The determination expressed by get this job out of the way beforeit Anthony" off to all present was the an-
Congress to support the President in his effortsto half of the total contributed in the may not be long before we'll be is time for us to sow our spring the last word (we hope) that we nouncement that this was the first
help the Nationalist Chinese Government defend entire drive. This year they hopeto ill ( 1'' I back to irrigating. again.. crops. will have to say about it. George of several regular weekly "gettogether"
Formosa and the Pescadores Islands is in top $1,000. Smathers will (repeat will) run news conferences. It
The annals of the Mothers': Used a wheel hoe this week on Sorry to hear about again. The rumor has persistedfor started all of us to
with the sentiment of the nation.It Troy Ben- digging
accord public been
March are filled with examples of spent mercifully for payment, the edge of the potato beds to try nett cutting his hand more than a year that he would First to one of the men who is
the Chinese Com- accidentallywith
should be enough to dissuade how these determined women have of hospital bills, and for braces, to dry them out. We made our beds a meat saw. Looks to not Most of that time we listened closest to the Senator. He said,
us now
munist government from launching the invasionit used dog sleds, skis, snowshoes, hip appliances, transportation, home very low this year, so that we that storekeeping is a dangerous with a skeptical ear and commentedthat "Confidentially ." We said "no,
has been threatening. Whether it will be or boots and sou'westers to make nursing, physical therapy services, would be able to work more soil occupation. he was bound to run. We thanks," no confidential news -
not we can only anxiously and prayerfully wait their annual rounds in all kinds of medical costs, institutes and in- up to the plants, but along came said that he. didn't start the story "we want something we can print.:'
and see. weather. They have gone out in service training to prepare local the heavy rains of last week, and Our order for Florida 90 nur- and he had worked too hard for But that was a hint and after
That the United'States has a legal and moral blizzards, sleet storms, hurricanes, doctors and nurses for epidemics the potato seed was practically sery plants was returned, as the the job, just to give it up. But, that it was no trouble. Before the
the Pescadores and cloudbursts, to iron lungs, and other.types of respirators soaking in water, and we were others here knew that he really
right to defend Formosa and visit'-every dealer was sold out, so it looks as day was over we had talked to a
home where a porch light hot pack machines, rock- afraid it would rot. -If we make meant it As time went on, we
against invasion, there can be no doubt. Ingoing signaleda if these plants are scarce this long list of people some he had
it will be defending territory which was captured waiting contribution for the ing beds, suction machines, emer- low beds, it rains hard, and if we year, and the price is sky high. talked to several of his close spoken to about it. By the time
so March of Dimes.PENNIES gency equipment and other serv- make high beds, it turns off dry! friends he his
people
from Japan and has subsequently been left, ices for Guess we'll get into raising our poured this is read, the Senator probablyhas
polio patients.
.
heart out to he had told
Nationalist HELP, TOO own plants in the future. people made a public statement aboutit.
of Chinese
so to speak, in the custody BEGAN IN EGYPT he
was getting out. The reasons But
if he hasn't
The We don't even one
Kaishek.If desire to give is strong. In know about anyone
Government led by our ally, Chiang The incidence of polio is not weren't too clear. One had
Ed and John guess thing is he'll in 1956.
sure
else but cut
for run
and a Wyoming city Mothers' March us we're just about some more tur-
there were only the matter of Formosa headquarters received a call late j.ew. It existed in ancient Egypt tired of cold weather and frosts. key oak firewood this week with his poor health as the reason. And And, in my opinion, this is a good
the Pescadores, the issue would be clear-cut and one night from a widow with seven But the battle against polio, The other morning, while milking the chain saw, and how we enjoy George isn't well. Another put thing for Florida. We were not
much of the doubt and anxiety in the present small children. Somehow, she said, through scientific research, didn't (with his nose red from the frost) the fireplace in the evening. the blame on his wife saying numbered among his boosters last
situation would be removed. Unfortunately, however the family had been missed. When begin until 1789 when Dr. Michael Sam asked Joy if it ever got warm she didn't like living in Washington time we are now. He has grownup
such clear-cut line can be drawn, for Underwood, a British physician Took some truth in that, appar- mighty fast Senators
no the marching mother got there here in Florida, and the old cow a trip to New River at the George
there is the troublesome matter of the other off she found the seven children dress- first described the disease and turned her head and gave him a Flowing Well Bridge, scouting for ently. Others said he had an im- and Russell and Johnson and more
shore islands that might be attacked by the ed in their Sunday best, waiting to asked other doctors to "pay attention look, as if to say: "Quit your crabbing small trees, and found some fine portant, high-salaried job lined than a dozen more think he is the
used donate to it"Dating old Yankee red maples, and up and it seems that there had outstanding young man in the
Chinese Communists and subsequently by their pennies to help "pro- you some we couldn'tidentify
them as bases to launch an invasion of Formosa.In tect children everywhere from from 1789, It took 1,01 but no cedar. However been some sort of offers. But, Senate today. Proof of this is the

such a case, would President Eisenhower decide polio." years for doctors to discover that What with the cold north wind, located a species of holly which now, those things are behind him special assignments they have

that the U. S. was justified in going to war And it isn't only children who polio is an epidemic disease; 119 and the almost daily frosts, about has either a yellow. or. red berry. they are being buried. thrown his way.
to find sometimesfun
years an animal other than Anyway rumors are
off-shore islands from the Chinese are being protected from polio by the only thing growing on our First indications of his changeof
to save the man the in which they to write
are something
monkey the
these ) Taking lot
funds. Indeed, the term place is the a of teasing these
pile of ashes in the heart
the danger came right after his return -
lies greatest
Communists? Therein "infantile paralysis" has almost disease could be observed; 120 fire-place. The oats we sowed are days about the idea of irrigation, about but I'm glad this one is
and doubt in the situation. years to find that is caused because from Latin-America in De dead and buried
polio the
become a misnomer in recentirears. doing nothing, although the fieldis land is so wet, but we
Members of Congress, almost unanimously, Surveys of new polio admissions by a tiny virus, invisible even un- drying out. and all we need is did not go into debt on a notion.
were prepared to commit the armed forces of the to} help hospitals reveal that per- der powerful optical microscopes; some nice warm weather. We may not be able to shut off
U. S. to the defense of Formosa and the Pesca- sons aged 20 and over accountedfor 140 years to develop practical Is. the rain, but we sure can shut offa MOVINGLOCAL

dores, but there was deep and lingering doubt 22 per cent of the total: and iron lung for patients whose The cold frame, where we planted drought!
about including in this commitment the Quemoyand older persons are usually more breathing muscles were paralyzed; tomato and pepper and eggplantseed
the Matsu Islands off the China coast. Like seriously afflicted. But polio is 160 years to find a way to'grow is indeed a very cold, cold -- -
all great powers in history, the U. S. last week still the great child-killer. Accord- the tubes polio virus in quantity test frame, despite the electric cable FILL DIRTGOOD S Safe PHONE
having trouble defining its own military ing to U. S. Public Health Service a necessary step in develop- we have to heat it up. It got soak OR S DependableEconomical
was ing a vaccine
figures, it is responsible for the ; 162 years to.learn ing wet in the heavy rain and has 311
frontiers; death of that there are three types of polio RICH DISTANCE S
not
more children in the age yet dried out enough for seedsto
President Eisenhower's fateful message on virus; and almost 165
bracket of 5 to 14 than years to sprout.
Formosa was really the launching of a new long- other communicable years disease. any prepare the first safe vaccine suit- TOP SOILSee R. B. Alvarez OR

range policy toward Communist China. Up until able for extensive field trial and However, we'do have some berries Agents For TRANSFER AND 250-J
LOCAL
now it has been considered conceivable, and even The National CASES AIDED evaluation. Each of these discoveries ripening in the field, and make Delcher Bros. STORAtE CO.
the U. S. might some Foundation for was a tantalizing and
advocated by some, that Infantile believe they are not a welcome
'in attempt to recapture the Paralysis has, in the past tortuous milestone in the battle sight. BILL JACKSON
They
day aid Chiang an 17 years provided patient aid are on the Missionary
Chinese mainland from''the Communists. But amounting to $203,600,000 for near- against disease. this crippling and killing plants for the most part, but here Jackson! Transfer Company STORAGEt'erryman
h the events of last week clearly indicate that this ly 300,000 men women, and chil- and there we do have a Florida 90
country has abandoned the policy of a restorationof dren of all ages and races, whose In VACCINE GIVES HOPE berry. It seems to us that the 90's Phone 165 BIdg. S. Court St. Starke, Florida
Chiang to power in China; while, at the same bodies have been invaded by this 1953 Dr. Jones E. Salk of the stand the cold better than the Mis- -

time, it is determined to resist, even at the risk crippling and killing disease. Dur- hopeful University results of Pittsburgh in reported -

o.f war, Communist conquest of Formosa. Indeed, ing 1954 alone 74,000 polio patients cine investigations preliminary involving vac-the

the new policy goes a little farther than that, received financial assistance from inactivation of the polio virus with -
still for 'helping Chiang to the National Foundation amount- formalin. w ,
for there is provision He inoculated his three
retain such "related positions and territories" as ing to $28,800,000. Several of these sons and the first of 7,500 other

are "required or appropriate in assuring the defense were residents March of of Bradford County.Our children in the Pittsburgh area.
Dimes money
of Formosa and the Pescadores." It is this has In 19,54 the. largest field trial in '

provision, of course, that is most likely to get U. S. medical history was com- p17of
us into a shooting war, for it is difficult to say pleted with the inoculation of
just where the line should be drawn in "assuringthe 1,830,000 children (polio pioneers)
in 44 states.
Reportfrom The
Poliomyelitis .
defense" of Formosa and the Pescadores.A Vaccine Evaluation
Center
at the
second important point in the new policyon University of Michigan is now
China is the strong plea that the United Na- studying data on these children

tions take jurisdiction over 1l0stilities between the who represent some 14,000 schools
Chinese Communist and Chinese Nationalist in 217 study areas.

forces in the Formosa Strait and try to arrangea congress{ When will it be known if the vaccine -
cease-fire as soon as possible. In making this works? The eagerly awaited

suggestion the U. S. government is recognizing, answer will come in the spring of

in fact, Communist control of the Chinese mainland by BILLY MATTHEWS this year. Naturally, the entire
and is rejecting any idea that it could be world is hoping and praying that '

reconquered by force. Obviously, American officials The House last week passed bya battle man has over at this long dreadful last won disease the T---- ir1 -

: are thinking now of a divided or two- vote of 364 to 0 H.R. 587 to give but if the tests
prove negativeor
headed China in the same terms they think of a more than a million men and inconclusive, there will be no
divided Germany and a divided Korea, and that women now in the armed forces let-up in the fight. March of Dimes .
force is not a means the U. S. will use to try to the opportunity to continue accruing funds will be poured into further 0 ; .J Ygq

bring about either a united Germany, or a united educational rights after Jan. research working from the broad :
31. The House has also voted base
united China. of scientific knowledge already
Korea, or a unanimously to continue for two -
But there is no assurance that Communist more years its Special Committee established.

China will accept such an invitation to participatein on Small Business. This Committee NECESSARY RISK
discussions in the United Nations. The Peking will be headed by Representative To be certain of continued vac-

regime has, in fact, denounced the idea of a cease Wright Patman from Texas. cine production before the next
fire and has denied the UN's jurisdiction over The House passed H.R. 2576 which epidemic season, the National
what the Communists maintain is a "domestic" would extend through 1957 the Foundation has taken a calculated
matter. President's authority to proposeplans financial risk by obligating 000

The Formosan crisis is one fraught with for reorganization of the Executive Dimes J9.000,000 of the 1955 March of
of the funds for the manufacture
govern ,
Departments
risks that the imagination,
dangers and stagger this winter
of additional
ment. The House passed with only vaccine.
but the President arid Congress had no choice but three opposing votes a Resolutiongiving This was done so that enough of 'P WHEN YOU TRY FORD'S NEW TRIGGER-TORQUE POWER .
to take the action they did. Anything less would President Eisenhower powerto it to vaccinate 9,000.000 persons """" Forget everything you've heard or read
have been regarded as weakness or appeasement.As protect Formosa and the Pesca- will be ready in the spring with- about other 1955 cars whet you take the new Ford out for a

it is, we have served notice on the world that dores Islands. It should be pointed cut charge for the product. This spin. For Ford brings you exciting new Trigger-Torque Power

should a major onslaught against Formosa beginto out that the President has this calculated financial risk is necces- for quicker getaway, and faster passing. And you get it in any
materialize, the United States holds itself free power already if he deems it sary because it takes from two to of Ford's 3 new engines: the 162-h.p. Y-block V-S, 182-h.p.

to take whatever action seems necessary to break'up necessary for the safety of our four months to manufacture and Y-block Special V-8 or the new 120-h.p. I-block Six.
that invasion force. country. AU of\us realize that ware e test every batch of vaccine. Thus, .
readiness and authority for instant action facing calculated risks with the decision to produce a limited ,
This
it seems to us, minimizes the advantage that Red China in the present Formosan the quantity evaluation had to be made, before THRILL TO NEW STYLING INSPIRED BY THE THUNDERBIRD Ford alone brings you the long, low

dictatorships :have in conducting their foreign situation. However, I sincerely pleted.So study could be com- graceful styling of the years-ahead Thunderbird. And Fordis

affairs. In this atomic age there is not time for believe that to what state definitely the challenge to this year's practical as it is lovely,with full wrap-around windshield;
positionis
Red China our
debate and reflection by legislative bodies whenwe to will be less of a calculated risk. March of Dimes workers and con- with lower,easier-to-see tail lights; with a new body finish; not

are beset by enemies capable of bombing our An effort is being made through tributors is greater than ever. If to mention an all-new chassis and new Angle-Poised Ball-Joint
country without warning. By their decisive the United Nations to try to geta there is victory in the new vaccine Fron?Suspension for smoother going.
action our leaders have shown that there is a cease-fire agreement from the the advantages of that victory
democratic answer to the threat of dictatorships. Chinese Reds. This new ,develop- must be made available to eVery-
Not one American wishes war, but this very ment in the Far East is causingall one. If there is failure and disappointment SEE FORD'S LUXURY LOUNGE INTERIORS i"-, Inside' a 1955 Ford, there is just as much excitement as there

fact places us in extreme danger when confronted of us in Congress grave con- the fight must, it means only that is outside! Control panel is completely new. Fabrics never

-, by ruthless enemies unhampered by the will of cern.I mate victory is continue assured.In until ulti- before offered in a car are yours for the choosing. And with

the people they rule. have been appointed a memberof either case your dimes and 16 new models, Ford brings you the widest choice of body.
In this instance, however, by democratic pro- the. House Committee on Agri- dollars will be needed now more color and upholstery combinations in Ford history! Come in.

cesses, we have declared that if the Reds go beyond culture Democratic and want to colleagues pay tribute from to than ever. ,> See why Ford is the fine car of its field!
boundaries will fight. Such my Be sure
certain we your porch lights
are
Florida A. S. Herlong, Jr.,
declaration, of course, could lead to war, but the member, of Rep.the House Ways and burning when the mothers of Come in !
Starke
this Nation that it will go "on the march"
hope and prayers of are Means Committee, which makesall next
lead f o peace. Now we can only "keep our powder other committee appointments Monday night. Test Drive 1955's
dry and trust in the Lord.. and to the Dean of the Florida D

Delegation, Rep. Bob Sikes, for my leaving that Committee will
JiorJIIr.il'1IJ'"I" i;!,,...-,.""'m;. ...........JIIiIM.iIJ! "" -wn. .....-. their efforts in my behalf. It was not hurt in any way my chancesto biggest heart stealer !

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHEST. necessary>to get Speaker Rayburnto get an NP hospital at Gaines- 55 /-1JJJ
1879 agree to add an additional member ville for the veterans of Florida.
E. L MATTHEWS OWNER AND EDITOR to the Committee on Agriculture Our 8th District has so often been
and it was also necessary to referred to as an Agricultural Dis- J
FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER get the agreement of former trict and surely every county- 0'
Speaker Martin, the minority leader our 15 is vitally interested In agriculture -
@ PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY on the Republican side. Our forestry and related ac-

UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD. Florida delegation has felt thatit tivities. I feel that I shall havea Andrews
Is absolutely necessary for Florida great avenue of service to the Motor Co.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES to have a member on the people of our District State and
ONE YEAR 3.OO SIX MONTHS 1.75 House Committee on Agriculture. Nation by serving on the Committee -
PUBLISHED EACH FRIDAY AND ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS I have been assured by Chairman on Agriculture and I am anti- '
MATTER AT THE POST OFFICE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER Olin Teague of the House Com- cipating this assignment very MADISON & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLA.IF .
ACT OF MARCH S. 1079.
THE
.-.wr.IJ..;:. "'_, Ji"IIJ ..c....,, t''ijru.JT_!: ",,.,] '. 'pkA!: iT4'.P7JJMAf: :y mittee on Veterans' Affairs! that much. YOU ARE INTERESTED I.V AN A-1 USED CALL BE SURE TO SEE YOUR FORD DEALER _



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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1955 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA
PAGE TmFi

LA.AAAAAAAAAAA.AAAA.A.AAAAA..AAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAA main until March 1, when the
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p That's Our Business family start for Virginia. IE I .. -----k" -1$:-- ---"" :;''' -=-' O'-_-,>---'I._.- !.-'_-"'- _, h'__,_-._,_ _- __ -..
,91 L S a If It's Glass We Have It! KEYSTONE HEIGHTS AND VICINITYBy Saw Mrs. George HaIl of Lake I
Swan who was here for a short I

CALL WRITE or VISIT Ann JamesTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY time last Thursday.Mrs. I STOKELY WEEK SALE s

I' Glass Co. Alfred B. Watson has been

Joe Peters . . . . . visiting with her sister, Mrs. W.
DEATH OF J. B. McKAY W. Charles in Miami, who has
FOR ANY GLASSNEED I was in charge of the guest book. ""--
| IS: LOSS TO COMMUNITY Interesting ProgramWe visited here many times ththe
We Design Modern Store Fronts
are indebted to the Florida
Just Mail Us A Pattern for past.William
li Military District in Jacksonvilleand Haberstroh of Williams-

Table Tops to the Woman's Club for ar- port Pa. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. .
::::::
1313 N.W. 4th PI. Gainesville, Fla. Phone 2.4353DON'T ranging for M-Sgt. Evatt to tell Jack Haberstroh on Lake Geneva., ::::::::-
us about the people and his experi- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leonhard =

encKeystone es while stationed in Thailand, have returned from a weekend I ==-
Free China, and South and East trip to St. Petersburg. ;-::::: ci
z -
Asia. His lecture at the recent Sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs. Web- :;:;

Civic Events night was illustrated ster Pierce, from Aldion, Ind., who :::
with colored film slides. have sold their home here and will roes stoittfi
::::
Mrs. Edward Dwyer,chairman of make their winter home at Bonita i

I social activities, assisted by Mrs. Springs.
T. J. Southerland and Mrs. M. C.' Mr. and Mrs. M. Funderburk, /////

Prevatt, served refreshments. who purchased sometime ago a I Quantity Rights Reserved Prices Good Thru Sat Feb 5
,Church ActivitiesThe

DELAY TRADE NOW ON THIS Baptist Intermediate T. U. was Department treated to of View home Highlands on Lake, have Geneva recently, in Lake sold Stokely's Yellow Cling, Slices or Halves

thAi skating party last Friday night. their town house to Arlie Terrell, No.2V2Can'

Louden Sr. and Harold who is employed by Clay Electric. PEACHES 29CStokely's
REFRIGERATOR ttdaught furnished transportation.
Mrs. W. J. Andre has been visiting ;
Heights lost one of its Last Wednesday night, after a
A young civic leaders in the tragic special business meeting, Fred her son-in-law and daughter

death shortly after midnight last Dodd introduced a missionary Mr._and Mrs. John McHugh, inl FinestCOCKTAIL

II Friday of James B. McKay, 40. from' Nicarauga, who is visiting Albany, Ga. The occasion a new
r-" Mr. McKay, a recently elected here a short time. :Miss Becket I baby girl. No. 303 Can

member of the Town Council and showed films and told of the terrible Dr. and :Mrs. E. I. Kyle are I L ZIC

:[ 1 a mining engineer employed in the conditions existing in that visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kyle on Keystone -
JJJD duPont laboratory at Trail Ridge, country. Lake.Semester.
died of injuries sustained when the A Baptist Training Union study Finest
breaks for two of our Stokely's
automobile he was driving overturned |course: will begin Monday to prepare -
SAVE near Lake Geneva, pinning | the way for the simultaneous girls Ann Vance finished all No. 303
examinations
last and
IH him beneath it. His wife, Mrs. revival scheduled for March. Billy will be home for several Wednesday DART PEARS 2SC
days
Faith Baker McKay, who was with Wolfe TU director, urges all
returning to the University ,
him at the time, was only slight church members to attend. yet'l
I Florida Feb. 7.
injured. Park' -of-the-Palms Marilyn
J a student of Southern College Maxwell House Vac Pack Limit 1 with $5 More OrderCOPEE
The McKays were returning to This week has been given over or
Lakeland is spending these few
their home in Keystone after a to a conference of the Sudan Interior -
vacation days with her Lb Can
get-together with Mission in Nigeria, Africa. parents
a group of ) F 89CYou
here and will be returning shortly i I
friends, when the accident oc Personal Items to resume her studies.
curred. State Trooper A. J. Kingof Miss Hazel Wetsel, of West I
Green Cove Springs said that Mansfield, Ohio, has been visiting V. E. Jenson made an overnight
'N. McKay apparently ran off on the her brother-in-law and sister, CoL visit with the Neal Waters family Can't Bake Wrong With Limit One
$29995 soft shoulder of the highway while and Mrs. David A. Nelson, on Lake on Lake Geneva. I
passing several cars in a row.King Geneva. Overnight guests werefriends I Mr. and Mrs. Peter Moriano of I Lb Can
said one wheel went on the shoulder Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tall- !Pine Bush, N. Y., arrived last BAKE-RITE E I E 3 69C

U.d.i ta.q2 er the road andcaused McKay man, from West Mansfield, and Mr. week for their annual visit here
LESS ".TRADE-IN $5000 to sideswipe the vehicle he was nd Mrs. Heddington, from Byhalia, and are busy making repairs and

; ..... .....:.:..... attempting to 'pass. His car went Ohio. removing dead trees on their pro- ARMOUR STARCORNED
out of control and the driver was Visiting Dr. A. J. Holl and Mrs. perty. In a few days they expectto
FULL WIDTHFREEZER thrown out and then pinned under Holl were their son and daughter leave with friends for a visit Oz
the vehicle as it rolled over. in-law and Mrs. Paul Holl of of several months in California. BEEF 12 39C

4 I [wrecker was needed to lift the APittsburgh, Pa., and friends who Mr. and Mrs James E. Fentress
-- from his body and attendants saida drove down with them, Dr. and I 'Jacksonville spent Sunday withan

DOOR SHELVES ; doctor pronounced Mr. McKay Dtrshour. Emory Rittenhouse spent i Mr. and Mrs. McCrary, and Mr.

CHlWR TRAY / dead upon examination at the or so here, and then left for and Mrs. E. E. Fentress of Ports-
scene. South Florida mouth, Va. have arrived for a
BUTTER KEEPER / : It is with regret that we reportthe I1 week's
visit
/ 11/ 1 I 11 r 1 11111 \\\, Mr. McKay had been with du-
,
Pont and had made his home at leaving of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wedekind
Keystone for the past three Suttle, Clarke and Mark, on have recently returned to their
SEE THE COMPLETE 1955 LINE years. March 1. Mr. Suttle has
accepteda
o He was very active in civic affairs home at Hillcrest, after a six-week Smoked ilaxus
IItJ a member of the Lions Club position in the engineering department visit in Chicago with their
c) OF G.E REFRIGERATORS and of the Volunteer Fire Department of the Chatham Blanket law and daughter Mr. SoOn-in-\\
4= Co., Elkins, N. C. Gary Abel.
6 of
Keystone Heights. He wasa
fJ
IN MIX OR MATCH, COLORS Mr. and Mrs. Norman Miller of
graduate of the New Mexico University Mrs. Ralph Tomasetti, Audrey
Hendersonville, N. C., were guestsfor
School of Mining and Ge- and June Carol, from Brooklyn, N.
TRADE TODAY. ology, and was a member of the a few days of Mrs. John Lawr- Y., are visiting their sister and
ence, and visited with his brother,
-
-
American Institute of Mining Eng aunt, Mrs. Edward Raynor, at
C. E. :Miller, and friends here.
ineers. He was a native of Savannah Lakeside Cottages on Lake Geneva.
ni.Besides. Sorry to hear about Fred Dodd's Mr. Tomasetti will fly down to SUNNYLAND!
Gala MCGRIFF accident, while at his work a week
his widow he is survivedby ago resulting in a "chip fracture" make a short visit next week. <<:

three daughters, Virginia, Linda of one of the bones in his right Jerry Stockton bas purchasedthe Ready-to-Eat! .
GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES and Kathryn McKay, and a foot, plus a bad sprain. He is still Pierce home in Lake View

Cor. Call & Walnut Sts. Phone 229 son, James Baker McKay all of using crutches, but is improving Highlands. He is a representativeof
Starke Fla. Keystone; his father, George Mc right along. the R. C. A. Corporation, and is 8-121b.Avg.Wt.!
Kay Savannah, 111.; and'two sis Miss Gladys Becket, a missionary an electronic service engineer.
-. ters, Mrs. Robert Johnson Chicago nurse from the Sudan Interior \\hltefeather Court ArrivalsMr.

.. HI., and Mrs. Ruth Wetherill, Mission Nigeria, Africa, has Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Paffendorf Half or Whole!
I
of Oklahoma. of1' Newburgh N. Y.
a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred are here and
Funeral services were held Sunday -I Dodd in Lake View Highlands.Miss have visited at the court before, LB.
SLIGHTLYUSED afternoon at 3 o'clock hi thej Becket is a graduate of the and are friends of Mr. and Mrs.

Community Church with Dr. A Edmonton Hospital Edmonton, Alberta Stein.
J. Holl officiating. Arrangements Canada and has had four We are glad to welcome backDr.
were In charge of DeWitt C. Jones years of foreign service. She is and Mrs. Rufus .. .. ..'- .. --' '-. -' ,' '- ." ...
GAS APPLIANCESALSO Funeral Home. I her M. Traver, and o. _.} _.. .__ ._. .. . _'._ .. __ -.- .. :..6''.- -_>-' .._-._-__-.-.-.-_ .'
having a year's furlough, which sister, Miss Brundage, from
Active pall bearers were A. S. .ends in June, and will then returnto Pontiac. Mich. Dr. Traver is a
Crowley, J. D. Plowright. J. R. Nigeria. tired minister and has spent re-I i Hickory Sweet or Mississippi Brand

(Powers E. C. 'Weichel Jr, A. B. Mrs. Adelaide Hess of Wayne eral winters at the Whitefeather.
ELECTRIC Watson and Wm. Beam. 111., and sister of Edward Hempstead We are happy to know that he has Lb 49C
:REFRIGERATORSAND SLICED BACON
. Circulating Library on Lake Geneva, who visited improved so in health since his
After many weeks of planningand here during the holidays is leaving serious illness last year. I

gathering books, the library for Jamaca on Feb. 1, for a A Correction

committee headed by chairman, vacation, and later on in the spring In last week's column I failed I Eat-Rite, U. S. "GOOD"CHUCK
WASHING MACHINESALL Mrs. Emory Cooper, has announcedthat is going to Europe by plane. to mention two daughters of Mr.
the library is ready to lend Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pangbornhave I and Mrs. R. W. Rivers, and wish Lb
recently returned after a I to tell you about them ROAST 39CFresh
books on Mondays and Fridays, 3 as they
to 5 p. m.; and Wednesdays, 7.to visit with\ their son-in-law and are busy and useful citizens of our
IN PERFECT CONDITIONCome 9 p. m. Membership for the entirefamily daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Edwarl town and grew up here also. Helenis
is $1 and the fees 10 Moore Jr. in Cockran, Ga. the wife of Ted Oglesby who .
are
Jumbo Readyto-Eat 8 oz.Pkg. cmfp
Wm. P. Noonan, formerly of o ,
cents for three days, five cents for operator of the Gulf station
each extra day. The library is 11 Pittsburgh, Pa., is now associatedwith Road 100. Dot is the wife of Tom-

In [Woman's Club project and members, Gainesville.Mr. the .Barkley Motor Co. in mIe Chambers who teaches schoolat COOKED & PEELED SHRIMP Pkg 69C
And Ask BARGAINS
of the organization will donate Oakridge, Tenn., where they,
About These their time for this work. and Mrs. Dewey Hiatt of make their home. There were} I
Cookies, Cakes Plea Albion, Ind.,are remodelling their seven members of this family home I

On Sat., Feb. 5, the Woman'sClub home in Lake View Highlands.The during the holidays. Cloe, who is
will have a table on the lot T. G. Carpenters and littleDebbie In Germany, could not come. Assorted Colors Texas

This Range Is Slightly Used next to the post office startingat in Dr. Gerald are comfortably Keith's home situated on the For
10 for the sale hom
a. m.
of e-
west side of Lake Swan. BUSHES 2 89C
baked cakes and pies. Your Sun George Watson of Williamsburg, P. D. Q. ROSE
For Only day dessert all ready for you, and Va. is
occupying the Dye's home
they will be there until there is on Proven Dependable QuIck I --
Lake Geneva.Mr .
$139.00 0Was none left to sell.Outstanding and Mrs. Dale and Barbara Protein Vitamin Mineral
Citizen Florida
Curtin of Panama .
City are guestsof SupplementsFOR
Clinton B. Lawrence of Neptune
Dale's uncle, E. T. Martin on LbBag
Beach recently received award
an
Keystone Lake. In two 5 25C
: weeks Dale ORANGES
from the Beach Jaycees for being will finish his ALL LIVESTOCK
training as
the outstanding citizen of the year, a jet
pilot, and then be The
assigned to
for his fine
work among the young
people of the beach area. Congrat active duty. Farmers Supply Texas Cello Packed

ulations, Clinton. Mr. Burton has Mrs. Margaret Swicegood of 10th and Cherry Sts.
started building a summer week Danville, Va. is visiting her niece, Phone 51-W Starke F1a.IS .
end home on Lake Bedford and Mrs. Clifford Suttle, and will re- I iPkgs Ice
CARROTS S
i. his friends, the J. Dillon Easons :
of Jacksonville, have purchased a

lot next to his property. They are I "4'. I . -..
4 looking forward to some happy t -_- ... .i'1'i '"!\;"=.--p.c- llo/---'W"V/ __, _' "-__ _- .-_-'_:_ _-__--..::w. = .....-.g.. .-"_'.-.- rACE --r : .-... >
-' times next summer.
Friends Meet at Tea HUNDREDSof HIGH Frozen Land O'Sunshine

A delightful seated tea was enjoyed -
Lb
by some 116 guests at the 65C
or BUTTER
i Woman's Club on Thurs., Jan. 27. details are managed and economic.* ORANGE

Sponsored by the Community ally attended that only a trained and

Church women, this outstandingsocial careful organization can attend when
event featured Mrs. F. Bryan t the urgent need for serving is at Superbrand
Jennings, soprano soloist and her|

Originally Priced At .Middleburg.accompanist, Mrs. Wilson, both of hand. GRAPEfRUIT LEO Lb 19C'J

$246.87I Following the musical program, DeVVITT C. JONES
guests were seated at small tables, Starke Fla.
Phone
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surrounding the beautifuDy ap ___ I. 6
pointed main tea table graced J U I ICE E PUFFIN BISCUITS

YOU NEED APPLIANCES, YOU CAN'T AFFORDTO with gleaming silver, fine linen, Funeral Director Ambulance Service

a lovely arrangement of plum Oct local funeral home enables oa to 'oUer convenlenwa and
PASS THESE LOW PRICED APPLIANCES BY blossoms, and lighted tapers. services not otherwise available.
Mrs.David A. Nelson chairman, Cans Cans

Mrs. C. T. Smith, co-chairman, and .. .. I 11'.6 10 99C 1 25C
Mrs.| W. L. Reynolds were in
Central Fla. Gas & Appliance Co. chargeof We ftirnlali the highest type cerrtce= at lowest prices andaccept
the main table; Mrs. H J. Boat- .. .
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as payment la part or In full on a fueeraL
I Phone 301 144 W. Call St. Mrs. Lester IL Eisenacher, refreshments company

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ssrssrssnsns Public Invited
SSfl SSSS
tssssstts. Car Owners Asked To Cooperate

To Hear Talk On ,


Plant Propagation So Street Sweeper Can Do Better Job


They
Dr. H. S. Wolf of the University The city recently purchased i

,. tf Florida 'will talk to members Dr. Bollinger fine street sweeper, but it wont

:ind guests of the Starke Garden Opens Office HereDr. do an effective job if folks con-

Plan Club on plant propagation at a tinue to park their cars on the

Gladys Mooty special meeting Friday afternoon, H. G. Bollinger, chiropractor, streets all night.

Phone 35Woman's Feb. 11, at 3:30 o'clock in the This fact
moved this week from Keystone was being stressed

1r____,J-I-J-.-------------- - - 'iJI r Woman's Club. Heights into the Kincaid down- this week by city officials who

Club A. M. BlanchardIs Birthday t fJr"I J. Mrs. R. F. Young, horticulture stairs apartment on N. Walnut St., asked the cooperation of all cit-

)4.I chairman of the Garden Club, in formerly occupied by Mrs. :Mary izens in getting their cars into

To Hear Decorator HonoredOn ,. r.U-. t charge of the program, has invited Dally He will carry on his prac- off-street parking places after
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':' he public to attend. / tice in his residence.Dr. midnight. The city wants to avoid

At Next MeetingJohn 92nd BirthdayThe Ball Bollinger recently moved to I"cracking down" in this matter
I
:
J. Jones of the Jones Furniture Blanchard home in Lawteywas .... J- -i' Stork Shower Keystone from Van Wert, Ohio. and would prefer that everyone co.

Mrs. Bollinger, who is also a chiropractor operate so that the new street
Co.: Jacksonville, will be the setting for an informal
For Mrs. Hutchins and1 their children will sweeper can do an effective job.
the principal speaker on the American party Tuesday evening of last
join him as soon as their propertyin Obviously, the sweeper can not
Home program at the StarkeWomais week when Miss Enza Blanchardand L I 1 Mrs. Paul Hutchins was the clean
meeting her brother Robert entertainedfor : Van Wert is disposed of. up the area where a car is
Club February
I honoree at a lovely stork shower Dr. Bollinger started chiropracticwork parked and for this
Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: their father A. M. Blanchard, BIRTHDAY BALL PLA-NNtKS' are pictured above at committee meeting held in the Bill Graham Mrs. Robbie Shaller reason the
given; by in 1938 and served three anda cooperation of the public is askedin
o'clock in the club house. the occasion being his 92nd birth- home last Friday night. Holding posters are (1 to r) Lil Bishop, Alyce Graham, Guy Andrews, Birth- Thursday evening of last week at half years with a medical detachment the interest of a cleaner and
he
Mr. Jones will talk on "Present day anniversary. Even though day Ball chairman, and Benedict Finzer, March of Dimes chairman. Others in photo are: Mr. and Mrs. the Shaller home on Eighth street. of the Army in World more attractive town.Elizabeth .

ing the Woman's "Viewpoint on recently underwent surgery Blan-in a M. C. Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Crowson, IL A. Bishop Jr., Sir. and Mrs. Jimmy Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Shaller carried out a pink 71. He is a graduate of the Pal-
be Mr.
Furniture Fashions. He will Jacksonville hospital
Bill Powell, Mrs. Junlus! Smith, Joe Andrews HI, and Sir. Graham. The Ball will be held Saturday night color motif in the party decora- mer School of Chiropractic in Davenport Ellis'
accompanied by his interior dec chard was able to be in his usual I Small. Plaintiff, v*
orator consultant who will answer place and greet the guests as they in the USO. Tickets at $2 per couple may be obtained at the door or purchased in advance at Aharez tions and refreshments. Appropriate Iowa, and did post grad- Harold Small, Defendant.

questions from club members and arrived. I Store, Jimmy Moore's service station, Koch's Drug Store, or the Bradford County Telegraph. games were played during the uate work at Lincoln Chiropractic. Order Of Publlcatlo.Case And No..N.tlc 10-IiU* T.

evening with prizes being awardedto College in Indianapolis and Logan Appear; Male of Florida Toi
their guests following the lecture. After an hour of visiting and Mrs. Ruby Johns, Mrs. Jim Chiropractic College in St. Louis. Harold Small. whose residence and
The American Home program Is reminiscing with the honoree, the Elementary PTA eception Held ]BPW Members address Is: 417 Lake Avenue,
Brown Godwin of the State Farm. Asbury Park, New
under the chairmanship of :Mrs. L. guests were served cake and coffeeor President "or Guild Attend District Meet : You a.-e required Jersey.to
State Wesleyan Mrs. Harold Hazelwood and :Mrs. ExhibitAt appear o i
Mrs. K. G. Duncan County March
N. Pickering. Coca-Cola. The guests includeda 7, 1955, in the above named
music chairman will be in chargeof Local WCTU At St. Francis Mepg. Court and cause. wherein plaintiff
the Visits
special representative from AugustineThe
Members of the Methodist WSCS:::; State Fair seeks divorce custody and cuntr.
the musical portion of the pro- Woodmen of the World, an organ- members of the Wes- The many lovely and useful gifts of minor child.Bradford .

gram. .ization in which :Mr. Blanchard 'Mrs. Florence Riggle of Lake e ntertained ball room of the Ponce de were presented Mrs. Hutchins in a Opens SaturdayJerry County Telegraph shall
1 Service Guild at a lovely re- publish this Order
The members of the Senior and 'has a life-time membership, Worth, State President of the eyan in the Leon Hotel in St. Augustine was pink baby basket decorated with weekly Issues. in next fuur
last Friday evening
Junior Woman's Clubs are staffing Those present were Mr. and:Mrs. VCTU, paid an official visit to (:eption the meeting place for the district ruffles of pink crepe paper. O. Gay, president of the Witness my hand and official seal
hurch recreation building.Mrs.
the Chamber of Commerce office L. H. Futch, Mr! and Mrs. O. J. to local Union last Friday afternoon (: E. K. Ferryman, presidentf meeting of Business & Professional Assisting in serving the 19 I Starke and Bradford County at 1955.Starke Florida, this January 21-.

while Mrs. Marion Howe, secre Anders, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phil- when the group met in the welcomed the Women's Clubs on Sunday, Jan. 30. guests were :Mrs. Shaller's daughter Chamber of Commerce, and Mrs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

tary, is attending the State Fair in,' lips, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly, Mr. Tabernacle Chapel. Mrs. J. J. ( the and Society Mrs., A. H. Harley, Mrs. Lila Mae Durgan of Miami Mrs. Jim Brown Godwin of the: Marian Howe, executive secretary, By Marian L.As Crosby Clerk, of Deputy Said Court.Clerk

Tampa, Feb. 5 to 19. Mrs. K. A. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and daughter Bradford of Plant City, State Corresponding J[juests State 2nd Vice President, spoke at State Farm, Mrs. Bill Tilley, and l were in Tampa Thursday to Lloyd Ban. S02: Clark Building
the Guild
responded
of
Holley is chairman' in charge of Jo Ann, Mrs. Mae Wells, Mrs Secretary, accompanied J president and introduced, the the morning session. Luncheon was Mrs. Harry Mooty.Housewarming. supervise the assembling of Bradford Jacksonville Attys. for Pit.Florida.
I lo: the welcome 2/4 41 2 Jl
the committee. Joyce Futch, D. W. Starling J. E. the president on her visit here. the Guild. served in the hotel dining room, County's exhibit at the State -
members
I officers and of
Hostesses. for the Wednesday Waters and C. R. Shuford. The meeting was presided over brief followed by a workshop on mem Fair. la Clrrait Court Bradford Coaatr..
afternoon meeting will be: Mrs. T. .Rev. R. D. Sommer gave a bership. Local firms who will be represented Florida In Chancery.
Mrs. Florence Hippie president
Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs. by talk expressing his appreciationfor Gonzalez HomeMr. in the exhibit this John Hanson Plaintiff, vs. Edvth
B. Harding. )f the local WCTU, and group The Starke Club was representedby At year are Hanson Defendant _
G. J. :!rIcGriff, Mrs. C. F. Ward, Baptist Circles singing was led by Mrs. Elmer all the work the two organiZations I eight members and two visitors. Bradford Furniture Co., Rayonier cast No. 10-8 42

Mrs. A. E. McKinney, Mrs. M. W. Johns. Mrs. Eugene Lee sang a have done for the church. Those who received door prizes and Mrs. Tony Gonzalezwere Inc.. duPont and Humphreys Gold, Order Of Publication And Notice T.
Appear; State Of Florida
Toi
Lance and Mrs. W. B. Parks. Met This Week beautiful solo, "God Gave Me A Mrs. Walter Miller sang two were Pat Lambe, Gladys Green, honored at a delightful housewarming United Plastics, and motor courts.I Edyth Hanson, whose residenceand

songs and Rev. Sommer sang a Margaret Miller, Dorothy Milbur- Sunday afternoon from Mrs. Howe said that she is try- address Is: 2281 East 18th

OES NoticeThe I*.'.,Circle One of the Baptist WMS Song. solo, with Mrs. Perryman at the ger and Mildred Doyle. three to five-thirty at the Gon ing to arrange for local girls to Street You, Brooklyn are required, New to York appear; on
In her talk. Mrs. Riggle empha- '
met Tuesday afternoon at the homeof ;piano during the program. Mrs. The next district meeting will zalez' new home in Pinehaven sub serve as hostesses at the exhibiton March 7. 1955, in the above named -

Order of the Eastern Star Mrs. J. A. Griffin,.Camp Bland sized that with temperance total abstinence should, and ad- I R. S. Mullins gave a reading. be held in Jacksonville on April 21. division. Hostesses for this lovely Bradford County Day, Thurs- Court seeks and divorce.cause. wherein plaintiff -

will meet Monday night, Feb. 7, ing. Following the opening devo- vance not'relax.. She urged as I Following the program, Mrs. L. affair were Mrs. Doyle Conner, day, Feb. 10, to help pass out Bradiora Bounty Telegraph shall

at 8 o'clock. tional by Mrs. H. A. Lawson. the dared members as possible to at- D. Vining, chairman of the refresh- The last monthly meeting of the I Mrs. Cecil Sewell, Mrs. J. C. Sapp, flowers and souvenirs to visitors. publish weeUy. issues.this Order In next four

program chairman Mrs. C. A. many in Ocala on ment committee, invited the gueststo local BPW was held at the home Mrs. F. L. Watterson, Mrs. Fate The fair opens Feb. 5 and con- Witness! my hand and official sea]
the meeting
I I5E5HS2S25HS2525Z52S2525252S2SZ5 Darby, presented a review of the tend Feb.area 14 at the First the refreshment table. The table of Mrs. Pauline Torode on Kings- Brown, Mrs. Vernle Thornton, Mrs. tinues through Feb. 12. Mrs. Howe at 1955.Starke, Florida-, this January Jg,

mission study book, assisted by Monday Christian, Church., Mrs. Bradford was attractive with a cutwork linen ley Lake. It was agreed that the Paul Faulkner and Mrs. Robert will remain in Tampa the entire (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby

THAT DAYIs Mrs. M. F. Hazen, Mrs. Tom I. cloth centered with a silver bowl club would again offer its servicesin Myrick.A time, and the local Chamber of As Clerk of said Court
also spoke briefly. By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
Harding, and Mrs. Griffin. holding a lovely arrangements of Commerce office will be kept open
making a survey for the post beautiful pink floral arrangement Lloyd Bass SOI Clark Building,
At the close of the meeting,
by volunteer workers from the Jacksonville. Florida.Attys.
Here Again! pink carnations and gladioli and office in connection with obtain- was placed on the piano and
.
for
members and guests went to the Senior and Junior Woman's Clubs. Plf. 2/4 4t 2/25
Circle Two met at the home of P. W. Annex where refreshmentswere pearl narcissi. :Mrs. L. A. Davis ing home mail delivery.Mrs. the lace covered refreshment table -

the leader, Mrs. Maxie Carter, served by Mrs. Johns and poured coffee. from the silver serv- Torode served a delicious held a centerpiece of assorted JSOT1CE TO APPEAR
.- ice. buffet to the 13 members fruits in a brass container flanked St. Mark's AuxiliaryMet In Circuit CoBrt. Bradford Conty,
where the meeting opened with Mrs. Lee. The annex was decorated supper Florida In Chancery.

prayer by Mrs. L. A. Wynn. The for this occasion with low bowlsof The Wesleyan Service Guild is, present. by burning yellow tapers in crystal Last Week Mabel Franklin Plaintiff, \g. Wil
/t( composed of employed women holders. liam Franklin, Defendant.
program chairman, Mrs. S. E. yellow chrysanthemums. and Case No. 10-850
4 Sparks, used a lesson in steward- members of the church and meets; Valentine Dance Mrs. Doyle Conner greeted i I The Emma Richard Chapter of \.tlft To Appear.To .
fern.Besides every fourth Tuesday evening guests at the door and Mrs. Faulkner : William Franklin whose
:J t tfb ship as her topic and was assistedby the state officers, other St. Mark's Auxiliary met at the residence and address is: Newton

: \ Mrs. Ewell Lawson and Mrs. out of town guests were Mrs. Nel- New members are invited to join L The BHS Student Council annual and Mrs. Brown invited themto home of Miss Florence Jennings on North Carolina

OS this group. the tea table. Mrs. Sapp and Wednesday, Jan. 26 with Mrs. Elva i You are Hereby notified that a
,
fIJ. .,, Richard Lawson. The meeting lie Doig, district treasurer, and Valentine Dance will be held Sat- suit for
NG Mrs. R. A. :Mrs. C. E. Hernwall played soft: Mrs. Watterson presided at the Stewart, chairman, presiding. The Divorcehas
... closed with prayer by Miss Martha Melton, district president urday night, Feb. 12, in the USO,
-- music during the hours,, bowl and Mrs. and been filed against in the
and reception punch Myrick meeting was opened with prayerby you
[Thomas. both of Gainesville, Mrs. starting at 7:30., The annual Valentine above named Court and cause and.
BY H. Brown of 7:30: to 9 o'clock.Approximately Mrs. Thornton presided at the gift Mrs. Edward Burns. required of
Fred Sacher and Mrs. Sweetheart will be crowned you are to serve a copy
50 guests enjoyecthe I table. After the business meeting, Mrs. your answer or pleading to the complaint -
Circle Three met at the home of Park-of-the-Palms. at this time. Admission: 35c stag, the Plaintiffs
HALLMARKMake Mrs. J. H. DuPre with Mrs. Edna affair. and 25c "drag." i The hostesses presented Mr. and Stewart gave a report of the 112th I K. K.on Ferryman. Starke Attorney Florida

Newsome co-hostess. Mrs. Garl Mrs. Gonzalez with a set of water- Annual Convention of the Diocese II and file the original In the officeof
as WSCS Luncheon -S. I the Clerk of the Circuit Court 08or -
less cooker potware mementoof held in Jacksonville. Plans were
as a
with
Mathews opened the meeting before the 7 day of !March, 1955
Your Selection Today prayer, and the devotional was And Book ReviewMrs. the occasion. made for a study group, and for, otherwise the allegations of jaldCompla.lnt
the youth work. will be taken as confeas-
About 100 called
guests during
Mrs. L. N. Pickering,
given by ed by you.
While Our Stock Is Large program chairman. A review of T. H. Slade, Secretary of the appointed hours.: During the social hour the host- This notice tSkit b. publishedonce

and Varied. We Have Just the current mission study book on Missionary Education and Serviceof ess served refreshments. weeks each In the week Bradford for four County consecutive-Tele

Alaska was presented. the Methodist WSCS presented Frick Elected The next meeting will be held graph.

The Right Card For Everyone Mrs. C. D. Williams, who reviewed Feb. 16 at the home of Mrs. Ed- Dated this 1 day of February,
-
On Your List. Circle Four met at the home of "The Master Calleth For Thee"at As much as we've needed to see Ritch upstairs Apt. on Cherry. .. Head Of Trail Ridge ward Burns. 1955.(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darb

covered dish luncheon meet- the sun in the past month to warm Mr. and Mrs. James Land and Clerk of the Circuit Court
Mrs. E. C. Priest. The opening a Credit Union 8y Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk.
Mrs. Ada Alexander .ing Tuesday at 10 a. m. in the educational things up I: surely hated to see I family have moved from the Green Elementary PTAThe
was by
and prayer the devotional by Mrs. James building.Mrs. dear ol sol on Wednesday, Feb. 2, rental house on Call St. to the Walter Frick was elected preel- -i---_ ,-_____. --'_.H __ _._
OTHER VALENTINE Ground Hog Day and he was Vampfy house on N. Walnut St. Starke Elementary School
Lewis circle leader. Taking parton Williams was assisted in dent of the Trail Ridge Credit
shining his best and warmest Don and Minnie Lu Pat ray ]PTA will meet Tuesday night, Feb. Wash Your Clothes
the program concerning mission giving the review by Mrs. George Union at a meeting of the board .

SUGGESTIONSi work were Mrs. I. E. Clark, and Roberts of Lawtey, Mrs. E. L. which means that we'll just hav ,, and family have moved from the of directors of the organization :8, at 7:3,0 o'clock in the school
to stay battened down for six Schmitt house on South St. to the 'cafeteria. An interesting programis 9 Pounds
Mrs. E. C. Priest. Matthews, Mrs. H. C. Ritch and held Friday, Jan. 28. He succeeds
Costume Jewelry Mrs. Slade.A more weeks of winter, if the old E. C. Long rental house on Chris- T. H. Carey in this position. : planned. Rev. C. L. Overturfwill

saying holds true that if the tian St. Dr. H. G. Bollinger, give the devotionaL For'40c!
Circle Five met Tuesday afternoon skit "The Lost Silver Coin", A. B. Howard was elected vice
Paint SetsCameras his shadow etc. Chiropractor, has moved into the
Ground Hog sees J.
at the home of Mrs. Cula written by Mrs. Williams as a president and C. Fogg was re- la Clrrait Cnart. Bradford ,
Coran. class assignment when she at- This bad weather surely has Kincald downstairs apt. on N. elected treasurer of the credit IB Chancery Coumtr.Florldit FREE Bleach' If Desired I Ie
Opening was by
prayer laid up a good number of our U'a'nut St.-his wife and children union at the time. .
tended WSCS study course at same
Mrs. F. B. Beard, circle leader, and a
friends will join him as soon as they dis-
and the
neighbors on The annual meeting of the or-
the devotional was given by Mrs. Lake Junaluska last summer, was. ALLTl'r OF
Torode I flu list the past week we find Mar- pose of their prop.erty in Van Wert, ganization was held Jan. 21 in the
enacted by Mrs. John A.
Mabel Mrs. D. L.-Thomas
Boyer. tha Landrum Jean Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bar- We Will
chairman and Mrs. Millard Judd. Mundy, Mrs. American Legion hall in Starke. PEST CONTROL
the
program presented
Ben Boltzendorf, Sr., and Mrs. O. rier and children from N. C. have The outgoing president, Mr.
for Our Mrs. Jack McComb the devotional Dry Your Clothes
topic "Trophies King, gave
moved into the Mundorff house
E. Stansbury, Betsy Matthewsand Carey, presented the board of
after which a business session was for the meeting.At TERMITES
I I Stevie Denmark have chicken cor. of Christian and Pratt Sts. directors report calling attentionto For 20cIn

held. one o'clock the members en- pox John Adams has been and L. M. and Sharon Gaines the growth of the credit union Household Commercial

joyed a covered dish luncheon. sick in bed the past week andso have moved from the Haynes cot- during the past year. He pointedout GROVE: SPRAYING New Automatic Driers!

Circle Six met Tuesday nightin Meeting with the Starke group has Ben J. Bowden at his homeon tage to the Ruby Johns house. that membership had increased Call for estimate e
the church with Mrs. several members the Law-
were of
Myldrid Myrtle street glad to report Orchida to Mrs. A. M. Pettit wha: almost 28 per cent, while assets
Cuttino and Mrs. H. M. HatcherJr. tey and Lake Butler WSCS. Florida Pest Control
celebrated her
79th
Fla. that David Silcox returned birthday on showed a gain of 260 per cent; The Washeteriaremple
Phone 265 Starke
as hostesses. Mrs. J. T. Lawson \ home from St. Vincent's hospital Jan. 28 and to Dr. W. E. Middle- that the maximum allowable co & Chemical Co.

152SHS2S2S2S252S2S2S2S2S252S2S25NOW 1 gave the devotional and the Elder, Home Scene last Friday and will return to ton who celebrated his 78th birth- maker loan had been increased 2220 N.W. 6th St. Ph. 60S5 Ave. Sterfw

program on mission work in Cuba kindergarten next Monday day on Jan. 30 Harriet Goodman from $150 to $500; and that 68

::.. was presented by Mrs. Cuttino, Of Birthday PartyMr. was nice seeing Carr Colley backon also celebrated her 10th members are currently participating Gainesville, FIa. Jf"

assisted by Mrs. Hatcher and Mrs. his New Method route on Monday -,birthday on Jan. 29th. Glad to in payroll savings.A. -. --

1 Lawson. Mrs. P. T. Nolin, circle and Mrs. Dewey Elder en- after undergoing a throat know that Bill Mundy is Improvingand N. Dean, chairman, presentedthe j .-.' :: -: -' :: :::'::d:::': ../:..: ;._
.
I leader, presided over the business tertained at a lovely birthday ,> --: / __- ;_ < : 'p :'- : ';< "; '
for their operation two weeks ago hear was able to come downstairs I Credit Committee report

session. party Saturday evening that Col. H. C. Wall returned to this week :stating that 150 loans had been
\
In
daughter Angella, who was cele- TV Dealer
I The Oldest
his home in St. Aug. Tuesday after I Hear the Hi-Y boys were quite :approved during 1954 for a totalof
Circle Seven met Tuesday nightat brating her llth anniversary.The .
thrilled over their success with the I $23,912.55.
an operation in the Jax Naval hospital
the home of Mrs. Vernon Silcox. party was held at the Elder Bradford County
and also heard that Sam "toll road" project, raising money Treasurer Fogg submitted a report -

Canital StockProtection Following opening prayer by Mrs. home at Kingsley Lake where Sternberg of Daytona; underwent for the March of Dimes by hoppingcars showing total receipts of SERVICING ANY MAKE RADIO OR TV

Paul Raymond, a program on games and dancing were enjoyedby an : when they stopped at the red ,$48,135.37; total disbursements of
operation for a spinal condition -
stewardship was presented by Mrs. the 31 guests during the eve- in the New light in front of the school $46,337.10; total income of $1,106.07 .- -
England
J. M. Vickers. Rev. L. D. Hainea ning.Angelia :Hospital. Boston, Mass on Baptist Thursday -seems they learned something ; and total expenses of $395.20for ,-r- _

met with the circle and gave an received many lovely Tommy Haines is confinedto about human nature, too Jan the year ending Dec. 31. FORGUARANTEED

Interesting talk on the topic. gifts from her guests. Doctor's Clinic Mundorff says that most of the It was voted to proceed with
Hospital with
Delicious refreshments were fractured knee which a truck drivers would reach down in plans to admit employes of the

AT Circle Eight met Tuesday night served at the conclusion of the while playing last SatJU'day.Della he received. their pockets and hand over dollar new Highland plant to the union,

with Mrs. J. D. Seymour as hostess party. Rosenberg BPW District bills or handfuls of change .such plans to receive approval of

and the leader, Mrs. A. R. Norman while the drivers of Cadillacs and members at a special meeting.The DEPENDABLEAND
Director, received a beautiful .
orchid -
LOWESTPossible presiding. Following the devotional New RiverVMU corsage at their BPW Dist. other swanky cars would fumble recommendation of the board

by Mrs. Guy Lee, Mrs. around (with a grim look) and of: directors to increase the dividend -
To Meet At Brooker meeting in St. Augustine last
Mildred Doyle gave an Interesting finally come up with a dime I from four to 4 1-2 per cent
.
.
Rate Sunday see the Ned Yanceysare
review of the mission study book. Well, the boys found out what was approved.
The WMU of Brooker Baptist enclosing their car port to t
Mrs. Kate Sheppard closed the some of us have known all along- Carey was elected to succeed
Church invites all members to attend make a lovely glassed-in recreation QUICK
meeting with prayer. that the rich folks get that way himself on the board of directors, -
the New River Association room members of the Sr. i because -
they know how to hang on and C. E. Devlin was elected a

Auto Liability Circle Nine met Tuesday nightat WMU meeting to be held Monday, and Jr. Woman's clubs will take to what they've got. director. Together with the of- SERVICE
Feb. 7 at 10 All turns holding down the C. of RCA Victor 17-Inch
beginning a.m. C. The
the home of Mrs. Randal sympathy of this column ficers, they will comprise the new
$5,000 to $10,000 Chitty with Mrs. John Pierce ladies and their pastors are urgedto office Feb. 5 to 19 while secretary and the entire community goes out board. Trent lowest priced RCA
as attend. The meeting will close Marion Howe is attending the to Victor TV. Cabinet 30%
Benny and
Bodily Injury co-hostess. Mrs. L. D. Haines Virginia Finzer in models. PHONE
at 2:30 Tampa State Fair smaller than prior
pjn. on behalf of the loss of their
gave the devotional plucky little son
$5,000 Property Damage Anderson had and Mrs. Eva Miss Josephine Jones, state executive -I Bradford County C of C. see who had staged such a Hi-Y Members Ebony finish. Matching
courageous
charge the stand
of pro- secretary, will be guest Cpl. Phoebe Green is home 30da's bRoil Around" on
on fight against the Collect Funds
gram, assisted by Mrs. J. G. Wood, ravages of polio wheels! available! extra.
As Low $0.05 ?Mrs. Peggy Neal, Mrs. L. A. Canova. speaker. leave from the Woman's which struck him down over two Model 175450. -- 239
For Dimes MarchThe
Those asked
attending are to Marine
Miss Corps, Ocean Side, Calif. years ago The little fellow J
Dorothy Alvarez, Mrs. bring sandwiches for themselves.The to visit her mother, Mrs. N. T. passed
away Tuesday
Marian night in a
Howe
As Mrs. Elizabeth host church will furnish Green and family.On Jacksonville hospital March of Dimes drive in 5159-95
bringingsorrow
Pierce and Mrs.
Hazel
Ritch. One drinks. the moving: list this week we to the community and added 3radford County was boosted: to _
new Member was added to the have: Roy Brinkley and John Da- significance the tune of $98.75 Tuesday when
If You circle. to ,the infantile FREE ESTIMATESWE I
Qualify
nembers of the local Hi-Y Club
cey have moved from the S. R. Paralysis fund drive which is now

Junior Club Johns apts. to Nbllman Village, Mr.I under way, and for which Benny contacted motorists as they stop-

and Mrs. Roy and has been ped at the red light in front of PICTURE J
WSCS NoticeCircles To Hold ElectionThe Ray family have working so hard as chair- GUARANTEE YOUR $9.95

moved into the Ferryman cottageon man Before leaving for Lou s- the school and asked for contribu- t i iCHAS.

ASK US 2 and 3 of the Methodist Junior Woman's Club will] :Madison St. The Joe :Mc- ville Wednesday afternoon, where tions for the polio drive. TUBE FOR ONE FULL YEAR

Gee's have moved from the Green the funeral will be held, Benny said The club met Monday night at
WSCS will meet Monday afternoonat meet Monday evening, Feb. 7, at
3 o'clock as follows: 8 o'clock at the club house with rental cottage on Call St. to the that it was his wish that the Birth- 7 o'clock in the USO and made !

H. C. Wall AgencyPhone Circle 2, Mrs. L. D. Green, leader, Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Jr, In charge Florence Moore rental house on day Ball go on Saturday night, final plans for the Father March.and Son I C. SHEPHERD
held in
be
as banquet to .
planned that every
will meet in the educational build 'of the program. The annual election Water St. the James E. Rich- so possible .
ards dollar might be raised for The log of the club was seen by I
have other
moved
from the Leon-
ing with Mrs. of officers will take
W. B. Parks and place.
polio victims the boys for the first time. The RADIO TV SEAT COVERS !
He it'll -
hard hoped
1.16ZOOE.CaUSt.Starke
Mrs. 1!. W. Lance as hostesses. I Hostesses for the evening will Apts. to the J. L. Andrews i

Circle 3, Mrs. J. W. Andrews, I be: Miss Louise Stern, chairman: cottage on Alton Rd. .. Lonnie be a big success historian of the club had been- Phone 239 Starice Fla. '
FIa. So long .See in the next working on it for a week, compiling
leader, will be entertained by Mrs. Olin White, Jr., :Mrs. O. L. and Marjorie Vann and daughterhave you the and clippings and
pictures
Mrs. C. H. Quick at her home on Haynes, Jr., Mrs. James Groover moved from the Leonhard under them. ,
-" -- '. -- putting captions !
.. .'_._ __ ..r. : .. .,.; r Washington St. and Mrs. L. C. Hinson, Jr. Apt. on Cherry St to the Carrie Carolyn.








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t-ests aSSfl srSrJrSS S IS SflSSS rflSSS rrssSSfl! I ilrs. L. F. Smith, Sr underwentan I E. D. Barker of Washington, new Bradford County Hospital First publication on February 4. once each week for four consecutive graph. .;

operation in St. Luke's hospital D. C. is the guest this week of now under construction. US$. !/4 4t %/!SIa weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph .I I! Dated this 2 day of Feb. 1S55; ;

Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick. ,I When You Care Enough to Send Dated this 2 day of Feb., 1955. ,: ""OFFICIAL Clerk SEAL of)tlTe Charts: Circuit A. Darby Court {)

lira. R. B. Alvarez spent Thursday The County Judge's Court In And I OFFICIAL: SEAL) Charles A.Darby Py Marian 1.. Crosby Deputy Clerk |
Mrs. Y. A. Harris
of Gainesville ,he Very Best-Send Hallmark For Bradford County, Florida.IX Clerk of the Circuit Cour: i
: 25:
r' to Saturday in West Florida spent the latter part of last week 1\alentines. Bullington's. RE: Estate of ,By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk ,I i 4r i iI
with Mr. Alvarez who was in that JOHN ELDR1DGE SMITE Deceased. 2,4 4tOTICF. .' r. I
d7&udnafit5 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. i!
Mr. and Mrs. John Mover and NOTICE: IF PlLOlt.tTiALL : )
section on business. Harris, Mr. and :Mrs. G. J. McGriffSr. daughter of Jacksonville the TO PERSONS INTERESTED TO .\...Planla "JIM IT SWIMS!; ,
spent IX THE .. ...
ESTATE OF .
Mr. and SAID DEI I Circuit Court llradlurd Const; -.. jI
and Mrs. Ned Yancey had as Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. One FEXDANT: '. Klorid.ii In Oanrrrr.Max .

Sunday guests, Mrs. J. P. Stevens Mrs. J. J. :Middleton of New Wiggins. You are hereby notified that a Weiss, Plaintiff, vjr. Ruth I Ii

and son, J. P., and Mrs. Joe Ter- York City is spending the winter written instrument purporting tc \Weiss Defendant. [i I I
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sewell and be the last will and testament ofsaid Case No. 10-60
'
r t5t rrrJrSSSSSSSS SSSIS III I P4I lap of Sanford and },Ir. and Mrs. with her son-in-law and daughter, decedent has been admitted to \ollce To Appear. i,
daughter Pam I II
Bob Mr. and Mrs. N. were weekend probate in this court. You are here To: Ruth Weiss. whose r.. idem !:
and
Yancey Mrs. John Zepp. .1
Mr. and :Mrs. John H. Deas, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Heff Leslie, Jr. Henry guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy by commanded within six calendar ind address is: 119 Albemarle Ro.&d.ooklyn. !I ..... I
had as Sunday guests. :Mr. and I I of Jacksonville were visiting :Mr. and son Johnny of Jacksonville.Mr. Flower Plants: Petunias, Larkspur Jimmy Vickers in Jacksonville. months from the date of the first Br Xew York. 0/1- .!
:Mrs. John Deas Sr. and Mr. and and Mr. : and Mrs. J. L. Hair and Blue Eyed Daisy, Scablosa. publication of this notice to appear Your are he'eby notified that a I
and Mrs. R. B. Alvarez i Kenneth Tyus spent last weekend in this court and show cause if any. suit for divorcehas 'JIM I0-th most sellsaliollal fawntioa *. I
Mrs. James Deas of Jennings, 1.tr.1 and Mrs. Paul Raymond on Satur daughter Ann of Lake City were Baby Breath Sweet William in Ocala friends you canhy the action of this been filed against you inbt 'sory of fishmf-thi artllicoJlllliallo. that swans.No .
and Mrs. W. B. Parady of Jacksonville visiting Mrs. Hair's mother, Mrs. 'inks, Pansys. At Sistrunk's.! visiting and court in admitting said will to probate above named Court and cause andyou I "' men U>t tiit to twy. TW a Uw lw.$t11Sil1Ol
will spend this weekend in Chat- should not stand unre'oked.TIERON tht 20th .
are required to serve a copy of I ol < and :Miss MandY: Deas and day.Dr.. A. Y. Covington will attend F. C. Hollingsworth, on Sunday. i Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Doyle visited tahoochee with relatives. A. YAWX, your answer or pleading the comolaint IT spi'inp. uses .0 fuel; B swims M
Miss Jean Bled of Valdosta Half price-Final Clearance on Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Free in St. County Judge. on the Plaintiffs Attorne) leaf 1$ >wi tea.. It m the .itef S*imi by imqw
the annual County State Board of All Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman First publication on February 4. T. Frank Landrum. Starke FlorIda. process d balance in4 cra ",. lab any *?* *
Fall
Mr. and :Mrs. R. J. Andrews and Health officers meeting at the Dresses, Coats, Sweatersand Augustine Sunday afternoon. 19 55. and file the original In the office flepth-in Uke.stona. tulf. ta.. Any Sits that.nl I
Skirts at Leila's Mrs. R. C. were dinner guests Monday eve- %/4 It :irs;>> I of the Cle.-k of the Circuit Court I sti.ki minnow ..ll Shill JIM BO. lbs> 1110 p4-
Dampier and on
son
family of Wesconnett were Satur- Jacksonville State Board of Health ning of Mr. and Mrs. Crosby H. or before the 7 day of Mdn: I. fit looU and SWHBS Ue *....Bi no*. I
day visitors of :Mr. and Mrs., R. Unit on Feb. 7 to 9. 'Mrs. Lula Mott visited Mrs. Vida Billy, spent the weekend with Mr. Dawkins in Jacksonville.Mr. NOTICE OP INTENTION TO i iI 955;>>; otherwise the allegations ofsaid lhs! Is. the hire ol lures-feiuMul SatofrtMluiiotecd SiTverW! !
and airs. W. T. Zeigler in Jackson- REGISTER FITITlOISl1E; I Complaint will be taken p'Kt Buy one tot your friends also
Dekle in Lake as
O. Butler on II onl for each lIB Seed i
Dansby.Mr. Sunday. I Send $1.00 >
Mr. and Mrs. Bill; Tilley and I: Mr. and Mrs. ville. Mrs. Dampier underwent and Mrs. George White Notice is hereby given that the'' confessed by you. check or cash. We pay posfes Sold H Mil oily.' j
and Mrs. Lonnie'Mullis returned daughter, Donna and Mr. ind I Harry Hatcher, Jr. spent the weekend in undersigned under the provisions This notice haU be oublished onceeach '
: have had as guests during the another operation on her leg while Tampa. of Chapter 20,953. Laws of Florida. week for four consecutive 1 &R.TACKLE Co. P.o. BGI74J. l- .f1a !
home Saturday after spend- Mrs. Robbie Shaller spent Sundayin two: weeks Mr. past ir Jacksonville.Mrs. Flower Plants: Petunias Larkspur Acts of 1941 will register with the weeks In the Bradford County Telei -. 0- I.
and Mrs.
ing the past week in High Point, Jacksonville visiting Mr. and I Hatcher, Sr. and Miss Harry JoAnn M. Joseph Thaney and daughter Blue Eyed Daisy, Scaliiosa, Clerk Bradford of the County.Circuit State Court of in Florida andfor i .:

N. C. on business. Mrs. Don Ray Tilley. Campbell of New York Marion of Passaic, N. J. arrived Baby Breath Sweet William.Pinks upon receipt of proof of publication .
City, Mr. of this notice. the fictitiousname DRAPES
and Mrs. Frank Hatcher and Wednesday for two weeks Pansys. At Sistrunk's. of Martha's, under which I am -wa

I daughter of Tallahassee vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Middleton engaged in business at 145 \V. Call
and Mr.
.
St. Starke. Fla. That the sole owner
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Hartmann.
. and Mrs. W. B. Bookhart and children Mrs. W. Q. Dowling, Mrs. Mae of this business is: Martha S. SLIP COVERS --.u
Hollis V. Knight was in Gainesville Y Box 452, Starke, Fla.
of Elloree S. C. Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. BuddJr. ancey.
Dated this 4th day of February.
I Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepherd and on business Tuesday.One and children Patty and Mike, A.D.. 1955 at Starke, BradfordCounty.

family of Tampa were visiting Mr. Rack of Dresses $3 at Leila's all of Jacksonville were Sunday Florida. HEUPHOLSTERING"1IaI
4t 2/25
2/4
and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd over the Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs spent: guests of Dr. and :Mrs. W. E. Mid NOTICE TOPPER I I

Dedicated To Community Service weekend.Mr. Wednesday and Thursday of last: dleton. The occasion was Dr. Mid- ID Circuit Court Bradford County S BEAUTIFUL FABRICS I

: "Movie Are Better Hum Ever" and Mrs. Sherrill Dansby week in Tampa as the guests of r dleton's 78th birthday anniversary. Florida C. Putz In Chancery.John Plaintiffs.. HerthaPutz I S ELEGANT STYLING f
Mr. and Mrs. Claude :Moore while Mrs.
J.
of Perry were Sunday M. Vickers and daughters Defendant. .

.\ If you find your name concealed in the Florida Theatre Ad i visitors of Mr. and Mrs.evening R. o attending the Drew Park Baptist I are spending the weekend in L N'otice To AppearTo Case No. 10-858 PERFECT TAILORING

cat ad out and present it to Box Office for FREE TICKETS Dansby. Church meeting.Mr. Folkston, Ga. with Mrs. Vickers' : Bertha Putz. whose residenceand Call
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Field Seed Garden and Mrs. Donald Kelly and I parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Gow- address is: Unknown.You Peg at for Advice and
Seed, Flower are hereby notified that a
children of Plant City were week en.
Seed. At Sistrunk's.Mr. suit for A Free Estimate
J Fri., Sat.-Feb. 4, 5PASSAGE BIG DOUGLE FEATURE end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alton 1 Sheriff Divorce
and Mrs. E. W. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish I
Hayes and Dobbs. hand as been filed against you In the
AndJavenese Mr. and Mrs. J. A. family were dinner guests; above named Court and cause and
Deas Jr.
'
1 were
last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. C .C. McAliley of Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy you are required to serve a copy of I CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV
evening dinner pleading to the
Chester, S. C. are spending this your answer or
Dagger guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sei week Norman in Heilbronn Springs. complaint on the Plaintiff'sAttorney
with their son and daughter- T. Frank Dandrum,
WET J pie in Jacksonville.Mrs. in-law, Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Mc Mr. and Mrs. William Norris are Starke Floridaand Radio Seat Covers Upholsterin

{f.i.f\ An All Star Featurette : Harold Hazelwood joineo Aliley and family. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Will Price :, file the original In the office Starke Fla.
,
I of the Clerk of the. Circuit Court on ,
.OM DIN4 4UI\.I." I. Mr. Hazelwood at the on Quincey this week.
I J'lus "We're In Honey" Cartoon Edgewater Gladiolus Bulbs Caladiuni Bi b... or before the
1AYNE'DKmE'YlHHJJ{ Jackson High school basketball At Sistrunk's.: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stefanell.o!i 7 day of March, 1955;

A Psi..avmI .ds..i and Chap. No. 4 Serial game in Jacksonville Saturday and family were dinner the allegations of said
V Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddishand Sunday Complaint will be taken as confessed .

, evening.One sons, Mike and John, will] guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cain- by you.
This notice stall be publishedonce
Rack of Dresses $:3 at Leila's. the so in Jacksonville.
spend weekend in Tampa as each week for four consecutive
LEX GREEN VASCO HAZEN Mrs. Wm. Withers of Melrose guests of Mrr and Mrs. C. Gay and: weeks In the Bradford County Tele

I Park, III. has returned home aftera 'Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bronson. graph.
Brooker Election I Dated this 2 day of Feb.. 1955. Reopening
visit with Mrs. Mayme Toomey: Mrs. Lottie Empson of Sabins- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Sun. Mon. and Tues. Wed. Thur Feb. 9 10 and daughter Clerk of the Circuit Court
,. ,- in Mrs. Ruth Toppins I, ville. Pa. and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Next I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk

. .Feb.6,7,8 Jacksonville.Mr. Welch of Elmira, N. Y. are visiting TuesdayVoters 2/4 4t 2/25.
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and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsand Mrs. Wilma Dockstader and son, NOTICE! TO APPEAR OPHERB'S

1 3 BIG DAYS ........'11 H ELASTTIME daughters, Mary Agnes, Anne Billy. of Brooker will chose anew la Circuit Court Bradford Couat,..
and Betsy, will spend the weekend Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and Florida* In Chancery. KREMYKONEAND
set of officials in the
', regulargeneral Dinko Buljevic Plaintiff, vs. Mar-
.vu". TOJOfT"" in Tampa where they will attend family of Jacksonville were week election to be held Tuesday Ija Buljevic, Defendant.Case.

I SAW PARIS" the State Fair and Mr. Matthewswill end guests o'f Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Xo. 10-857
.ALANLAUD A: Feb. 8. All candidates are Notice To AppearTo
attend a meeting of the Flori Hutto. I Marija Ruljevic whose residence
:
and their
...... unopposed names will
UllAlnH
da
Press Mr. and address Is: Jnrjakrizan-
Association board and Mrs. Elmer L. Johns
of
TAYLOR directors.Mr. and appear on the ballot as follows: icena 15. Split. Yugoslavia.You SEALTEST ICE CREAM
son Larry Alan of Gainesvilleare are hereby notified that a
NG VAN and Mrs. For Mayor -At. O. HarrelL suit for
asthelnjunlara'in Junius M. Smith spending a two-week between-
I 10HNSONWALTR spent the semester vacation For Alderman (unexpired one Divorce
I weekend in with relativesand CORNER
DELMER DAVES'msweeping Daytona baa been filed against you in the
IINTI .u visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg friends in Starke. year term) -. Clyde Cone and G.E. above named Court and cause and

DRUMBEATI PIDGEON and Dr. and Mrs. s Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Miller had Green. you are required to serve a copy of
Sternberg. answer or pleading to the complaint
your
t DONNA Mrs. Mayme I. Toomey has re as their weekend guests Mrs. Mill For Alderman (Two-year terms) en the Plaintiffs AttorneyT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5TH

t2L REED turned to St. Vincent's Hospital in er's parents, Dr. and Mrs. SamuelW. I David W. Green, William Hicks, Frank Landrum tarke. Florida

A u1uil1Ia Jacksonville for an operation. Baker of Rockland Mass., and 1 and L. L. Parker. and file the original in the office of S CURB SERVICES

yA C1ksgopE :Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mr. and her sister Mrs. M. W. Brown of For Town Clerk Frank Tinney.For the Clerk of' the Circuit Court onor
k before the 7 day of March,
WAANUCOLO srucofHomc SOUND'! Plus "Farm of Tomorrow" Cartoon Mrs. Charles E. Knight of Gainesville Lancaster N. Y. Town Marshal J. W.,1955/ ; otherwise: the allegations of LARGE OFF IIIWAY PARKING

spent Thursday Half price-Final Clearance on Thomas. .said Complaint will be taken as
of last
LiDREY D'JflJt4W' PAVANNDDDZYDWDAVE3t::: ::. In Jacksonville. week AU Fall Dresses, Coats Sweaters confessed by you. S OPEN DAILY10 A.M. 9 P.M.
This shall be
The incumbent Mayor, HewlettS. I notice publishedonce
.nmJI IIIIDID IIWIIIIa.! ; Coming SoonSABRINA Mr. and Mrs. Dave Paulk and and Skirts at Leila's Anderson is not a candidate for weeks each week in the for Bradford four consecutive County

daughters Faye and Sylvia, spent CpL Owen A. Thornton, 24th Inf. le-election, as he expects to move Telegraph.
the weekend with TUr. and Mrs Div., U. S. Army, arrived home to Gainesville in the future. Dated this 2 day of Feb., 1955. Banana Splits Sodas .. Sundaes
Plus -"Film Antics" Cartoon and Jeff Pauk in near (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
Willacooch.ee Ga. Monday from 17 months of duty in The unexpired terms on the Clerk of the -Circuit Court

'IAiesi World News With Bogart and Hepburn Mr. and Mrs. S."R. Wallace of Korea. He is with his parents, M rand Council are occasioned by 'the By Mav'an: L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk Package Ice Creams
2/4 4t 2/25
I Palatka wire Sunday afternoon Mrs. Edward Thornton since resignation of Doyle E. Hazen,

-- r- '; ""-. ,.. ,-- .'- visitors of Mrs. Frank Hoover.IT'S his discharge at Ft. Jackson S. C.: who recently moved to Starke and I NOTICE: TO APPEAR Soft Ice Cream Cones
Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Stevensof lit Circuit Court Bradford County .
L.
A. Mott
who is now residing in Florida In Chancery.Claire .
I.. Winston-Salem. N. C. were dinner Gainesville. I McAleer, Plaintiff. vs. James
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Anthony )McAleer Jr. Defendant.Case .
, Quigley David W. Green the incumbent No. 10-856 At
Monday
night They were clerk is not Xotlce To Appear Stop
a candidate
enroute to South Florida where Dr. for reelection To: James Anthony McAleer Jr., ?
Stevens will be the but is offering for one of whose residence and address is: c/e '
principal the places on the Council. Mrs. James Anthony McAleer, Sr.,
speaker in a series of Bible Con 2707 Sedgewlck Avenue, Bronx, New HERB'S DRIVE-IN

ferences to be held in St. Petersburg J. W. Thomas is asking to succeed York.
You are hereby notified that a
: UNLAWFUL and Tampa. Dr. Stevens I is himself as marshal. suit for FOR GOOD FOOD AND DRINKS
president of the Piedmont Bible. Divorce, custody and control of
minor child
Schools in Winston-Salem, and I is has been filed against yon in the j
on the advisory board of the NOTICE TO ATFEARfa aDore named Court and cause ano .
Fundamental. Circuit Court Bradford Caoatr., you are required to serve a copy of ; -' -
Gospel Tabernacle. '-- --'- ---- -
Florida la Chancery. your answer or pleading to the complaint ": 4 ._ !! "".
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Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edmondsonand Ralph Traynhara, Plaintiff vs. Lox I on the Plaintiffs} Attorney !

I For Any Person or Persons to Engage in sons.have Bob moved and Dick into the of Gainesville Dixon ralne N'otire Traynham.l Appear Defendant.Case Jfo. 10-351 I,' and the T.tile Clerk Frank the of original Landrum.the Circuit In the Starke.Court office Fla.ODor ol i; Food

before the 7 dayof March
cottage on Kingsley Lake. Mr. E I- residence To: Lorraine Traynham, whose !l955; otherwise the allegations of BANNER.I,
mondson is administrator for the and address Is: Unknown. !s aid Complaint will be taken as con

Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless ? s I suit You Divorcehas for are hereby notified that a !I eased once This each by notice rou.week shall for four be consecutivt published STORE

been filed
against you .in the .
weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph
above named Court and cause and

you are required to serve a copy of i Dated this 2 day of Feb.. 1155. Call and Cherry Sts. Starke Florida
: year answer or pleading to the ,
complaint I- (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby
The Name Is on the Plaintiffs
Registered Attorney 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court
and K. K.file Perryman the Start, Florida By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Friday and Saturday, February 4th and 5th3Lbs
original in the office 2/4 4* 2/25
of the Clerk of the Circuit Courton : I' _
or' before the 7 day of March, I \OTICB TO APPEAHla
1J5S: otherwise the allegations Clrl'Ultollrt.. Bradford County,.
e of said Complaint -will be taken as Florida la Chancery.Vincent BANANAS 20cTOMATOES !
confessed t>y ;yon. Argiro, Plaintiff, vs. An-
This notice shall be publishedonce tlonette Ar&iro Defendant.
each week for four consecutive Case No. 10-859
*e k8 In the Bradford County Tel ,
Notice To
Apprari
granh. To: Antoinette Argiro, whose residence ',
Read This Florida
Law"It
Dated titi( 1 flay of SVJrfBary I, i and address is: 1025 70th] : Ctns
1955. Street, Brooklyn. Xew York. 2 25CWith
(OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. I
Darb'l You are hereby notified oat a
Loans For CitizensOf Clerk of tile Circuit suit for
shall be unlawful for any person or persons, as defined aertia, to BT MarUn L. Crosby Deputy Clerk Divorcehas

engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined Starke And ZIt 4t %/5 above been named filed Court against and you cause In anTon the $3.00 or More Gro. OrderCOLA .

without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the Trading Area your are answer required or to pleading serve a to copy Ui ol' Cfn

S clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business Marlon Finance Co. of Gainesville] la floridi rirevlt KOTICK!.Court Cbaarrrr.TO Bradford APPEAR Cu.I*p. complaint Attorney on T. Frank the Plaintiff Landrum*, COCA 15c

is with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid affidavit Marie Starke. Florida
. an offers the people of Starke their Green. Plaintiff vs. Mose and file the original in the office

I ,signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of famous loan plans. These plans are I Green.\ Defendant TO Appeari Case No. 10852otke of o the before Clerk the of the 7 day Circuit of Court March.cir With $5.00 Gro. Order

aU those interested in the business enterprise the extent of the In. designed to help worthy working and To address: rose is Green whose. residence 1955; otherwise the allegations of
: people of alll walks of life. The : Unknowa.You said Complaint will be taken as LgePkg

terest of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon. "GET ACQUAINTED" $25.00 or suit for are hereby; notified the a confessed This notice by you.shall be published TIDE 19c

Said registration may,not be made until the person or persons desiringto $50.00 PAYDAY Loan or the more minor Divorce.child custody and control ol

popular[ BUDGET Loan. This] baa been flied against you in ;he ,I p
engage in business under a fictitious name shall hare advertised his or consolidates the many bills yon above named Court and cause sriare M POPULAR BRANDCIGARETTES

their intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four now have into a ONE payment yon your answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the of Cfn

(4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as defined by law in the county plan with One place to owe. This complaint Attorney E.on K. Ferryman.the Plalttlff'i Starke, $2.15ARMIX
one plan save to 50
where said is,to be made and said may you up Florida
shall be
registration registration not per cent of what you are now and file the original in the office ol

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court paying. not rail Marlon the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
except of Why
upon receiving proof or Ufore the 7 day of March. 1S55; George Washington chopped down a he 4
such publication. Finance today at 5333 Gainesville otherwise the allegation ot said And told the tN1h-and so will we. I
yep? Call us collect and let Complaint will be taken as confess- Withchethesrediaffezybit I Lb Can
lid by
Marion Finance solve those Blonejr This yoa.notice shall be published Each ciMmy JpoocfuTi a delight! SHORTENING 3 69C

Problems with one of those fast once each week for four consecutive
If in business under weeks in the Bradford County Tele
engaged
you are any name helpful Loans Remember the graph.

payment plan is made to fit your Dated this 1 day of February, REG. SMOKED
1955.
budget. ,OFFICIAL SEAL) Chanes A. Dart, Lb
other than and have had Clerk of the Circuit Court
this 35CLEAN

your own, not name George Marion Ellis Finance the friendly welcomes managerat you By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy ZIt it Clerk 2la /%]5 'BACD N

to Inquire into the Loans offer }
by -

advertised and will be this Loan Company Remember
properly registered we also that tills Is another business Tae County Judge's Court In and
For Bradford County, Florida.. e. Lb
transaction which Is confidential. IV RE: Estate of PORK ROAST 3SC
JOHN ELDUIDGE SMITH. Deceased
Its just between the borrower and

glad to give all Information to the Lender The cost is small All NOTICE creditors TO of the CREDITORS estate of John .
you necessary as For instance $50.00 for SO days is Eldridge Smith. deceased. are hereby
notified and required to file any 0 WESTERN
only $1.73; Interest cost. Other
claims or demands which they mayhave 'fl
plans are In proportion Sot against-said estate In the office 1 Lb
should for next of the county judge of Brad ICI1j.$ CHUCK ROAST 35C
what you do. your money needs see ford County. Florida. in the court
Marion Finance at Gainesville. house at Starke. Florida within :
eight calendar months from the
data of the first publication of this
Marion Finance notice. Each claim or demand must
bi in writing and most state the FREiASIt
Ham
Lb Swift Premium
:
Company Inc. place of residence and postoffice a I-
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHWWA1d1T.r dress of the claimant and must be 11
sworn to by the claimant his agent, )
218 West tnlverslty A.eOver or his attorney. or it will become US ABOUT IT
The Gainesville Gas Co. void according to law.
January 26, 1955.
MYRA S. VARNEDOE Friday and Saturday
Phone 5333 HILDA HOUSTON.

Executrices of the Estate of .. ..
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Home Demonstration SOIL CONSERVATION Farr, and Rep. and Mrs. Doyle graph.weeks in the Bradford County Tele York.

't HAMPTONby Conner. I can't name them all, but Ton are required to appear on
Dated this 15 day of January, ,February 21, 1955, In the above
Notesby N-E-W-S these are the ones from the Pine 1955.lOFFICIAL. i named Court and cause, where!
,, Level Church. We wish Tony and SEAL) Charles A. DubS i plaintiff seeks divorce. 1
w, Mrs. \Vm. W. Hammond Clerk of the Circuit Court3y
May many happy days in the yearsto Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk. i. Bradford County Telegrapa snail
By Bill Haas publish this Order In next four
) DOROTHY ROSS LAAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAAA.LSChOOL come. 1/21 it 1/11 I weekly issues. I

Home Demonstration AgentI U- S. SOIL CONSERVATION :NEWS Mrs. J. W. McRae, V.1l0s spend. NOTICE TO APPEAR seal Witness my hand and official \
at Starke, Florida, this January
Our church attendance is hold- ing a while with her son and IB Circuit Court, Bradford County I 15. 1955.
I Florida IB I
I SERVICE ing up pretty good. There were laughter-in-law at Green Cove E. Kershaw Caaarery.us Plaintiff vs. Regina I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. DarbyAs

month the subject of the Hampton, Mrs. W. W Hammond; 69 of our pupils and four of our springs, visited her family here Kershaw, Defendant. By Marian L. Crosby Clerk, Deputy of said Court Clerk
program in the home demonstration Brooker, Mrs. T. W. Markey. 4PSi- --- teachers in a religious service last Sunday afternoon.Mr. Votlre To Appear.To Case No. 10-S31 I Charles R Hess. 204 Guaranty Life

clubs is Floor Coverings including ''Eat' More Citrus" At the last meeting of the A. C. tion Service will help you. You will Sunday. and Mrs. C. V. Green of : Regina Kershaw, whose residence Attys Building for, Jacksonville Pit. i Florida.Jl it 2,1

the selections, care, and Remember the slogan "shop at P. Committee a discussion was be able to put in most of the The eighth grade has just fin- Jacksonville returned home Satur- Newark and, New address Jersey.Is: 65 Lang St., r

making of them.flowtodoIt home and Save!" Well, let's think held on cover cropping and perma- drainage systems on your farm ished reading "A Man Without. A day after a short visit with the H. You are hereby notified that a

: about Florida's golden crop, the nent soil conservation practices. with your own-equipment. Country." This patriotic selectionwas ".I. McRaes, Mrs. Green being ill suit Divorce for custody, support of minor FRIGIDAIRETHERE'S
Corn Shuck Door Slats citrus Industry. "You can help the Bon inspiration to the entire BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION child I
The other I
Those attending the meeting were day came up on Guy has been filed against In the
you
Miss Rosle Moore, who is skilledin industry, and you can help your- class. A large crowd gathered at the
N. J. Davis, J. W. Kelly, and Mark- Parrish fixing his tobacco land. above named Court and cause and
the art, gives directions for self. All of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell you are required to serve a copy ot
He elementary grades
lee Starling, members of the com was plowing deep. Guy got your answer or pleading to the com- JUST ONE
making this durable rug which is Citrus fruits include satsumas enjoy the new forestry books, Thomas Saturday night in honorof
mittee; Mildred Sapp and Mary down off his tractor and we discussed plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney I
so practical in this section.'First, oranges, grapefruit, tangerines, Ella Waterson A. C. P., G. T. the turning under of organic "Who Lives on the Forest?" which > Russell's birthday. Some of T.Florida Frank Landrum. Starke, FRIGIDAIREMade

prepare the corn shucks by select- lemons and limes. They are high in Huggins, County Agent, and Bill matter. Guy said that he Mr. Gibson very kindly sent to us. those enjoying the party, which and file the original In the office of gnly by General
ing the long inside ones in the Vitamin C and are in greatest Haas, Soil Conservation Service. dosen't burn his cropland but he We appreciate his thoughtfulness. included a fish fry, were: Mr. and before the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Motors Corp. All other
the 21 of 1955
bunch and those which are free of supply from December to May. Jeff Davis told the group that his turns all the cover under. We also saw a forestry film Tues Mrs. Henry Williams and family, otherwise the day allegations February of said Electric Refrigerators are

spots. Tear into strips of about They are most economical then, sweet lupine has been keeping his day. and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Williams, Complaint will be taken as confessed made by other
width and soak for 15 too Eat Soil have 8th Grade all of Melrose by you. companiesand
one inch : one or more servingsdaily' livestock in good shape. J. W. maps been received for Personalities Mr. and Mrs. W. B. This notice shall be publishedonce
minutes in warm water. Remove of citrus fruits or other stated that if have C. S. Kelley H. H. Hamilton, Russell L. Pisano Jr. is one of Starling, and Mr. and Mrs. Grady each week for four consecu- cannot use the word
you hogs you
and wrap in a towel Now you fruits high in Vitamin C. should have some sweet lupine for Lawrence Wiggins, E. A. Gainey, the outstanding pupils in our Nettles of Jacksonville, Mr. andMrs. Telegraph.tive week In the Bradford County Frfcidaire
II
are ready to braid the mat. For your best buy, look for them. Some of the permanent soil J. B. Prevatt and L. L. DyaL These eighth grade. In school he prefersthe V. L. Starling of Lawtey, Pated this 19 day of January, I

' Select 10-12 strips and tie in a oranges that are firm, heavy for conservation practices that you 'maps will be used to prepare a name of Johnny. He was born Mrs. Alma Starling, Mrs. Jack ; 1955.tOFFICIAL SEAL/ ) Charles A. Darby Want A GenuineFRIGIDAIRE
bundle with a strong cord or raffia their size and have a finetextureskin can get help on are ditching water complete soil and water conservation in St. Petersburg, and is now 13 Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Star-! Clerk of the Circuit Court ,
,
for the farm their years old. His parents are Mr. tog and Starke By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk 7 ?
two Inches from the top. Divide the variety. Oranges and storage, and strip cropping. Pine plan on farms. family of and Roman 1/21 4t 1/11 \
the shucks into three satsumas with a slight and Mrs. Russell L. Pisano of Alvarez.
rest of parts greenish trees can be planted to protect The Bradford THEN SEE
Boil Conservation Silver Lake.
and braid. Add about 8 strips each tinge may be Just as ripe as fully land L Johnny really could la The Circuit Cocrt Ol Bradford
from wind. Don
your :
crop District received 613.33 in be called SOT1CE TO APPEAR Florida,
colored equipment "Johnny on the Go" for County IB Chancery.
time you work from the right sideof ones. Champion, Farm Forester for Brad- In Circuit Court Bradford County, Ruth Lynell Schaffer,
Plaintiff
rentals during 1954. he has lived in VS. H. SMITHTenth '
The bal 40 of 43 IE.
the braid, always leaving two Store fresh fruit preferably in ford will our states Florida In Chancery.Dolly Donald L. Schaffer, Defendant I
County in the
,
help you Mae Marlon,
ance
the brought forward at the beginning and likes to travel. He says he Plaintiff, vs. -OTICE TO APPEAlS
inches of shucks extending beyondthe refrigerator. Serve halves and different methods Frank Marion, Defendant.Case 'I
of establishingpine Case No. 10-S2S
of 1954 was 55741. Expenses likes! New Mexico best of all. We
braid. When the braid is sewed slices for appetizer or dessert segments tree wind brakes. In establishing No. 10-830 Order Of Publication And Notice and Temple Ave.
in salads for the year were $441.95,, wonder why he ever came to Notice To ApPf'8ra To Appears State Of Florida Toi I
the loose ends of shucks and in fruit
together To: Frank Marion,
cup drainage systems water whose resIdence Donald Starke Fla.ALVAREZ'
or leaving a balance on hand of 728. Florida for we know that Florida L L. Schaffer. whose residence .
give a shag effect to the mat which L and juice at meals and for pick and address Is: Unknown. and address is. Fasron 77, i .
storage areas the Soil Conserva-
For :_82 as of Dec. 31. is the best state in the union. He You are hereby notified that a
makes it very effective in cleaning ups. information on other citrus suit for I"..
shoes off before going into fruits, address the agent at P. I I has three sisters in school and a L Divorcenas
your 0'; Box 267 Alan Ladd StarsIn Jane Russell baby sister at home. He plans to been filed against you In the M''sCI"hin8Established
Starke, Fla. STORE
the house. above named Court and cause and 1111 II III
be doctor
when he
a
When several feet have been L Ambrosia I 'Drum Beat' Sings and DancesIn He likes to go fishing grows but does up. you your are answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the of 1894Jiwtttutmait

braided, sew it together on the For an old favorite that tickles I At Florida TheatreA New Park Film not like to work. We wonder how complaint on the Plalntlf-'f
side the taste buds, don't Attorney J. Donald Gibson, 100
with
raffia forget ambro-
by goingthrough
wrong he will if he is
get along a "lazy"doctor Smith IMilding, Jacksonville, Fla.,
the lop s. The inside core sia. Use whole sections of oranges, little-known chapter of Amer. Jane Russell is ? and file the original In the office of I
seen as a sing
should be 12 inches long which |grated fresh coconut and contectioner's the Clerk of the Circuit Court on saI?
I -
Ir ican history is brought to light ina ing and dancing star in "The or before the I
should make a finished mat 30 by sugar. Sectionize oranges, new CinemaScope production of French Line," showing at the Park YYYYYYYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYYYY 21 day of February, 1855 I &i From where I sit.. bY Joe Marsh I II
otherwise
the .
42 inches. To determine the lengthof removing all the white memb 'ane. allegations of sail
Toss "Drum Beat" showing at the Florida Theatre Sunday through Tuesday. Coraolatnt will >-e taken as confess I
,
the center core, subtract the all ingredients together ad I
by
Theatre this and Mon. you
Sunday As the richest girl in Texas PINE LEVELby
length from the width of the fin. lightly. Serve in tall sherbet glasses en TIlls notice shall t>. publishedonce
route to Gay Paree, Miss Russellbeconies each week for four consecutive I WcJA
ished mat. All theloose, ends maybe or other dessert dishes. Use day.Alan weeks in the Bradford County Tele.
trimmed evenly. chopped pecans and. bananas, If Iadd and Audrey Dalton involved in a shipboard- Sirs. II. M. Mcflae&AAAAAAAA&LAAAAAAAAAAAAJ graph. Winner !
Time.Last
Invitation desired.If have leading roles in this power- romance with Gilbert Roland, a 1955.Dated this 18 day of January, Every ..

Anyone desiring to attend a you have a favorite citrus ful story of an historical one-man i dashing French musical comedy h (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Dart
mission into the dangerous Modoc- star. But because her Clerk of the Circuit Court
cowboy
Home Demonstration Club meeting recipe you would like to share On Wednesday and Thursday of: By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk \
is extended a cordial welcome by with others please send it to us and Indian country during the Grant I guardian, Arthur Hunnlcutt, has last week Rev. and Mrs. W. E. 1/1 4t 1/11 Friday at oar big basket. is on my team. Root for the lad!

the president and members of the we will put it in the column. administration. It is filmed I I advised her to travel incognito, Hall, Mrs. R. R. Crosby, Rev. and IB Clrcmlt Court-, Bradford County, ball game with Centmille I sat vidual like I do-and you'll always 1\\
four clubs. You may contact the against the graudeur of ArizonasCoconino she is mistaken for the fashion- Mrs. Alton Dobbs, and Mrs. L. L. Florida' IB Chancery.Matty next to a fine-looking old nan. back a winner!1" J

club In your community or the TORNADO ZIPPER BINDERS, National Park in full i model bride of a young Americanon Conner attended the fellowship Charles Story L. Deaton Deaton, Defendant.Plaintiff vs. Centerrille had things their way From where I sit, maybe it is '

home demonstration agent The $1.50. Just the thing for keeping color.: board and finds herself in one meeting at the Drew Park Baptist: Case No. 10-129 the first half and he cheered a good idea to keep our eye m
presidents of the clubs books and ther school The mountains form a natural romantic complication after: Church in Tampa. Votlre To AppearTo score they made.
are: Hell year supplies : Charles L. Deaton, whose erery the individual, instead of acto
another. It is
bronn Sunnybrook, Mrs. E. L. securely. Bradford County fortress from which the Modoc not until after her: Among those visiting Mr. and residence and address is: 114 East But our boys began to catch matically grouping him on teams
nation fought the U. S. Army to a appearance at a big fashion showin Laurel Street Florence, South Car-
Cox Mrs. Gonzales in their
Tony
Lawtey Mrs. E. Whelan new
; J. ; Telegraph. Paris that matters olina. up. Then Stretch Brown put us you're "for" "against"." Wer'
standstill. The Modocs were led are straightened -
.. ( home in Starke Sunday afternoonwere You are hereby notified that a in the lead with long set shot all individuals at heart with
.I- - - --- - out. a OWl :
by "Captain Jack, an eccentric Rev. and Mrs. Hall, Mr. and for divorce
I w W W W W W W W uniformsand has been filed against you In the -and I noticed that the old fellow likes and dislikes-our right to
who liked to stolen Hunnicutt lifts the
wear I humor quotaof Mrs. B. M. McRae, Mr. and Mrs.
above named Court and cause and
for side. tea to coffee beer
was now rooting our prefer or to
affected a military title. He the film with his portrayal of E. Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. you are required to serve a copy of
saved the tribe from selfannihilation Jane's oil-wealthy guardian, and IV. and family, Mr. and Mrs. your answer or pleading .f> the complaint "What team are you for, anyway buttermilk..our right to "blwr
on the Plaintiff' Attorney "
and once again united them Mary McCarty, night club singing Felix Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Samuel W. Getzen, P. O. Box ? I demanded. the whistle" whea anyone tries

into an aggressive force. comedienne, adds zest and sparkleto Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner and_81 file, Gainesville the original, Florida In the office of "Neither," ha replied. "I've to regiment us.

HOMESTEADEXEMPTIONi Their raids became so serious the role of Jane's fashion-de Mrs. Freddy Watterson, Mrs.J. ;. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on got my own team. I figure any (L, 11.1

that President Grant sent a peace signer friend with a French name L. Conner and daughter, June, or 1955 before; otherwise the 21 the day allegations of February of, kid that does a good job out there OVV 't\4t4/l.

mission into the Indian territoryin and a Texas background.VVYVYYyyyfyyyyyyyyyyyyy'. Mrs. Lucille Brown, Mrs. Vesta said Complaint will be taken as

i an effort to bring peace. Ignoring Myrick, :Mrs. Irene Faulkner, Mrs confessed This notice by you.shall be puunshed Copyright, 1955, Vitlied Stalet Brewtn FtundationHow
The law requires that each home owner the flag of truce, Captain Jack rB.ROOKER -
__.___.____ _
_._ .. ..aa
and .
ambushed the
peace party A ;x;;:= .ze. xcxcx.xxx '
who is to receive the benefit of home- killed the government agent. Later { ,

another agent was sent on a one-

stead tax exemption must file his appli- man mission to capture Captain By Polly Walt Jr.
Jack and his success finally

cation with the tax Assessor each and brought. peace to the Western frontier &AAAAAAAAAAj544AAAL&jPatty Look

Bigham was honored on

every year on or before April 1st. You her eighth, birthday with a party
I HINTS TOHOUSEWIVES given by her mother, Mrs. W. E. '

: are urged to do so as soon as possible.If Bigham.Frankie; .Tom"The' nson guests, Peggy included and .

SWEET POTATOES Pat Coram. Stevie and Bruce Tin- flhdsrtns

If you've run out of ideas for ney, Brenda Green, Regina Harell, t
Shanon Harrell Linda
food to serve your family, how Gayle
renewal
receive
did not application
you a about sweet potatoes? Green, Shirley Tetstone, Gene,
trying
Peggy and Patsy Edwards, Susie
you are urged to contact this Aside from tasting good, sweet and Jeanne Wait, and Mary Jane
potatoes are good for you! Rich
: and Patty Bigham. The mothers

office not later than April 1st. in vitamin B-vitamins A and, iron C, containingsome and phos-be who Mrs. assisted Lucy Edwards Mrs. ,Bigham Mrs. Marty were hoot!! "

phorus, sweet potatoes may
.
Tinney, Mrs. W. T. Coram, and
classed as an energy food. |Mrs. M. D. Harrell. ,

I The sweet potato is one or norda's -! _
All renewals have been made but 493 to Kenny Wait and Wallie Bulgerof
[ finest food crops. The great Cassadaga, N. Y. have been to tell if it'* a modem short-stroke engine: check the

this date if in this againwe number of ways In'which: sweet potatoes visiting the H. Waits.( specifications of bore and stroke. In a short-stroke enginethe
you are group, I are prepared makes it pos Mrs. "stroke" is as short as, or shorter than the "bore."
Aubrey Hazen and Mrs.
I
sible to use them frequently with
urge you to do so as soon as possible.. lout tiring of them. Here are some i Lee Green of Gainesville were

ways for Sweet using Potato them.Pone. visiting. and in Jacksonville Mrs. Richard recently.Mr. Beck andMr. Make Mon

I Ingredients: 1-2 cup flour, 1-2 and Mrs. Norman Clarke of sure you get yaSavingshortstroke
Minnesota have been visiting Mr.
I teaspoon: nutmeg, 1 teaspoon cinnamon
H GENE LONG 3-4 teaspoon salt, 1 cup and Mrs. George Goodhart.

I milk, 1 quart grated raw sweet Mrs. M. F. Hazen and :Mrs. W.

TAX ASSESSOR BRADFORD COUNTY potatoes, 2 eggs, 1 cup cane syrup, E.! Plummer and children of Starke FORD

I and other 1-4 to fat.1-2 cup melted butteror have recently.been visiting the A. L. Greens power. Only

. ;
.- I M;. and
- --- Sift together the dry ingredients. Mrs. O. F. Tomlinson
Combine these with the remaining of Starke were visiting the Frank

s- ingredients. Put the mixture in a L. Tomlinsons Sunday.

!buttered baking dish and bake it in The Russell Greens, the W. M. has it in every truck !

how to increase a slow oven about two and a half Lawhons of Brooker, and Mrs. Lee ,. _

hours, or until done, stirring occasionally -Green and Mrs. Zada Dubose of __
during the first of the Gainesvile attended services at the /: .
.
cooking. During the last 30 minutes Hopeful Baptist Church It
near Lake is
truck
r THIS YEAR, the industry begin
discontinue the and .
LOCAL PROSPERITY stirring City Sunday.Mr. : W; ningthfollowFord'sleadmOderflSJ1&tStTOkI
allow the to brown.
pone Many and Mrs. W. W. Raborn of 4 __ V-8 engines. Shorter stroke prolongs piston
this dish cold with t t
prefer to serve
|milk or cream as a dessert. When Harrell Jacksonville visited. Mrs. Beulaa ,, ring life up to 53%. Engines last longer! You

cold it can be sliced. It is frequently Wednesday.Mr. ; : ... can save up to one gallon of gas in seven!
and Mrs. Lewis of Jacksonville S. '
served hot aa a vegetable with .
meats. were dinner guests of Mrs. 1 But only FORD gives you a short-stroke

Amanda Lewis and family Sunday. engine in every size truck-available now! Ford,
Stuffed Sweet Potatoes Guests of the Bill Bighams this most experienced builder of V-8's in the business

Ingredients: 6 medium sized past week have been Edison Woodof has four short-stroke V-8's and the in

sweet potatoes, 1 cup sausage Lakeland who visited them dustry's most modern short-stroke Six.
:
meat, and 1 egg beaten. Wednesday night and Mr. and Mrs.

4 Wash and bake sweet potatoes Ray Guest of Nashville, Ga., who So,before you buy any new truck-look under

until soft. Cut in two, scoop out were there Sunday.HIGHLAND. -' the hood! Go modern! Go short-stroke! Go

the center and mix with the cook- hi1 ::: ,j Ford Truck-the Money Maker!

ed sausage meat, any fat which f99YYYYYYYYYYYY,,,,' L.iiuiii .
The best way to mole this year a prosperous one in this cooked out of the meat, and the .'- ; : 1 New Ford Trucks for '55 give you modern
,
well-beaten Refill the
egg. potato r, short-stroka power in every one of over 190
., community Is t to buy as much. as possible from local merchants. shells, sprinkle with crumbs, putin --u-L--. -.. rV- modelsShownnewF6OOGVWlGOOOIb6.! ,
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oven to re-heat and brown. with choice of three short-stroke engines!
: Their intimate knowledge of your needs and prefer Sweet Potato Croquettes Oy Mrs. Lacy NormanAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.

,. Ingredients: 1 cup cooked and I ,

ences will odd value t to every purchase. It pays, always mashed sweet potatoes, 1-4 tea ..
spoon cayenne, 1 tablespoon flour, Ellen Norman and Mrs. R. C.
Trucks
to buy ct home. 1-4 teaspoon salt, 1-2 cup chopped Griffis attended the wedding of c'ffrs. Ford TriRle Economy

nuts or ground parched peanuts, 1 Howard Thompson Saturday evening

egg, and 2 tablespoons bread L in the Riverside Baptist

The Florida Bank at Starke brings you the latest United crumbs. Church Jacksonville. iHowyou
Mix in the order given, keeping Church services: Sunday Sunday I! MONEY MAKERS FOB 65 ,.c.A.
Press world news summary on Station WDVH at noon bread crumbs out. When well mixed School 9:45; Worship services,, M W
I
shape into croquettes and roll 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Wednesday-

each Monday and Friday.FLORIDA. in the crumbs. Fry In deep fat, Prayer services 7 p. m. E. C. liar

375 degrees Fahrenheit. vey, pastor; J. A. Eunice, Sunday

School superintendent. Andrews Motor
r---,. ,, Company
'1RehTi Boys and girls, don't miss a

OS Sunday at Sunday School for three
BANK o< STARKE months and get a pin.

Theodore and Roy Norman and

Leslie Griffis are working at Flem- MADISON AND ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLA.
Member Florida National Group ming Island.
Clara Boon is visiting her GREAT TV! FORD TIIEATRE3mRTV 7:00 P. M. SUNDAY

-_____ ugviDoiaam.s.uua daughter, Genevia, in Tallahassee.






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Christian Church yTTfTTTyfTTTTVTTTTTTTTTTTftTTTTfTTTTTyTVVTTTTTTTT I arrived overseas m September

Bev. I. El Sherwood pastor NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED SERVICE MEN 1953.

Sunday. 9:45, Bible school classes CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy | Elm a L. (Bunt) Crews. son otMr.

for all ages. C..W. Colson, Supt and Mrs. C. R. Crews formerly -
Morning Worship 11 ajn. Evening Ozora Johnson Editor WLlli4 *
l of Lawtey, but now living at
worship. 7:30: p. m. Christian En- &.aAALi4iAALLLAAAAAAALAALLAAAAAALALLAAAAA AAAAAAL1POLIO I
----- :he State Farm enlisted the
in
Institute
deaver 6 p. In. Carnegie i
Bible Study and Prayer Meeting REPORTSIt I School every Sunday at 9:30 a. m. Pittsburgh Pa.Dear ]H Air Force in November an.u flow
Revival Services Presbyterian ChurchSat. 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. seems that the spirit of givinghas I Lillie :Mae Riley Secretary; Rev.E. Mr. Matthews: I taking his basic flight training at
Womans Council 1st and 3rd reached an all-time high in : L. Walker pastor. My parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.S.1 e Lackland Air Force Base in San

Start Monday ., 3 p. m., Adult Choir prac- Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.m.. W. L. the current March of Dimes for infantile .j.. Mt. Moriah Methodist Church. Austin of Lake Geneva, have; Antonio Texas. Before enteringthe

At Bayless Hiway Andrews, president. paralysis funds. The following held its first quarterly conference I passed on to me their copy of your : service. Bunt was employedwith
tice.Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Morning Church located on W. Call and amounts represent a partial on Sunday, Jan. 30, with Rev. Damon splendid 75th Anniversary issue. the Starke Dry Cleaners. He

I Worship 11 a. m., "What Is Christian streets. A friendly wel- report from the colored schools: Dell, District Superintendent, To me, not a native of Bradford would appreciate hearing from
Truth?" Youth Fellowship 6 p. m., come waits everyone. RJE Elementary Dept., E. in charge. The morning service County (we moved to Lawtey u t'riends at the following address
Frances Caldwell and Margaret Thompkins, principal $47.65. was held at Pleasant Grove Church, about 1926)), the issue stirs up A-B Elma L. Crews, AF14-551-717.
Rose Duncan hostesses. Evening St. Edward's Church RJE High School, $58.19. while the evening service was held many wonderful memories. To Box 1505, Fit. 1181 Lackland AFB,
Service 7:30 p. m., "The Growth ot Lawtey Training School, C. C. at Mt. Moriah. A very inspirational those who are privileged to count : (. San Antonio. Texas.
Anderson, principal, $17.10. service conducted the I _
the Church. Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m. was by Starke and Bradford County their
Monday "Find life with God Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and I Thurston Elementary, Principal, pastor Rev. D. W. Demps and the ancestral home, it should be a Three Bradford County Marines
through faith In His purpose" 8:30: a. m.children's. I S. C. Price, $13.44. district leader Rev. Dell. Round I prize indeed, to be. kept as a rare I are taking part in a large-scale
I sermon over WDVH by Dr. W. M. Catechism Class each. Wateroak Elementary, principalE. reports were made by the' majorityof historical work, a history they and amphibious training exercise now
Elliott, Jr., Dallas, Texas, 7:15 a. Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. i C. Roberts, $5.70. the officers and Rev. Dell was their forebears helped to make. under way in the Pureto Rican
m. Brooker Elementary, Principal gratified at the financial conditionof What a project it must have been! area. They are Cpl. E. W. Williams
Tuesday Circles of the Women Keystone fleglitsWomena Alma Moffett, $4.20. the church. Lay leader Leona And how well you and the Tele- and Cpl. Raymond W. Williams
of the Church meet at 8 p.m.as ( dub! ) Hampton Training School Prin- Royal and all members feel that graph staff and your helpers from I sons of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey M.
follows: Circle 1, Mrs. David Sunday Mass 8 a. m. cipal M. Taylor, $3.40. this will be a banner year for the the University carried it out. Williams of New Blanding Road.

Montgomery chairman, meeting, Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. Total all schools to date, $102.14. church. Let's keep up the good Aided by such a big "picture Starke. and Pvt. Homer I* May,
all Masses.
Confessions before
with.Mrs.: : work. son of hand Mrs. Ed May of Rt
with Mrs. James Edgar This amount was reported to L. H. parade" of Bradford County and
B. J. Bowden as co-hostess; Circle Gibson, general supervisor of Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church Starke history much of which 1, Lawtey.
HAMPTON
) 2, Mrs. John Mixon chairman, meet schools, by Ozora Johnson super- observed :Missionary Day with the even life-long residents would have I The exercise is designed to
; ing with Mrs. J. G. Caldwell; Circle CHRISTIAN CHURCH visor of Negro schools. The high following persons appearing: Mrs. forgotten I am able to understand I'fighting familiarize Marines with the latest
3, Mrs. L. H. Gibson chairman, Bible School 10 a. m.; Worship school department will report this Lula Singleton speaker for the more clearly the times of my I equipment and to test
,meeting with Mrs. Robert Chap. Service 11 a. m.; Youth Program week and other schools will make! [morning hour, while Rev. Mother experience there. The strawberry Cpl. John A. Carter, son of Mr. their combat readiness in full scale
6:30 p. m. Evening Service 8 supplementary reports. Many Holland delivered the message at: industry, for example. It seemedto and Mrs. Eddie Carter Route 1, amphibious maneuvers. While in
man.Wednesday Prayer Meetinj p. In.Bro.. J. B. Dixon, pastor. thanks! 3 p. m. our family that the "berry bon Lawtey, is serving in Germany, the area, the Marines will visit
cities Puerto Rico and other
Evangelist G. E. Cutshaw will 7:30 p. m. Monthly meeting Boaru Coronation at RJE The music was furnished by the anza" was somewhat on the wane where he is a squad leader in I Caribbean in islands.
of Deacons 8 p. m. SEVENTH DAY Junior : when we entered the scene in the Company B of the :
conduct a revival at the Bayless Miss RJE will be given honors Choir and Choir No. 1 of the 1st Infantry
Highway Baptist Chiu-ch beginning Thursday Junior Choir prac ADVENTIST CHURCH and crowned Thursday night at 7 church. Special selections were: 20's and this is borne out in the Division's. 18th Regiment. He entered

; Monday, Feb. 7. and continuing tice 3:30: p. m. Services each Sabbath in the p. m. All patrons are asked to at. [rendered by Songsters Lennon and i excellent history of berrygrowingat the Army in July 1953 and All You Heed
through Feb. 13. Old Masonic Hall on E. Call St:J tend. The climaxing activity will! Johnson. President Elizabeth Givens Lawtey. completed basic training at Ft

Song services will begin each At The TabernacleRev. Sabbath School p. m. Preaching: be a basketball game between Excelsior wishes to thank all partici My knowledge of Starke and its I I Jackson, S. C. He holds the National '
I night at 7:30, and preaching will [every week by R. L. Mathews, pas High School of St. Augustine pants who made this program pos people was gained largely,during I Defense Service Medal and for CoughWhen
Harvey Moon dean of the tor. Bible Study each Thursday sible the time I attended the
start at 8 o'clock. and RJE High School. You I and successful. The next reg Bradford High, i Army Occupation Medal for colds measles or flu lcav
Miami Bible Institute, was'guest 7:30 p. m. A friendly welcome ular meeting of the Missionary SOciety although we knew several Starke duty in Germany.
Rev. Henry Martin, pastor, extends can't afford to miss the music and your child with a croupy cough get
speaker at the Tabernacle Youth a\* its everyone. will be families from associations
a personal invitation to the the of talent. held at the church at Creomuhion quick because chronic
array William
J, public to attend each service. meeting last Saturday night. Mr. Audio gay Visual Aids Monday, Feb. 7, at 4 p. m. Kingsley Lake where we had lived I Cpl. Fowler, son of Mr. bronchitis may develop.Creomulsioa
Moon also occupied the pulpit PINE LEVEL CHURCH than 300 children have Sandra Scott Wins War Bond earlier. What rich memories and I and Mrs. I. S. Fowler of Brooker, soothes raw throat and chest membranes
Sunday morning in the absence of HAS MUSICAL PROGRAMA More The devotion are the heritage of a is serving in Germany with the 9th ,loosens and helps expel germy
IIIWAY CHAPEL and other baby contest closed at Allen
films
seen the on cancer Infantry Division. As mildly relaxes systemic ten-
the who with other Gid- BHS alumnus! part of the phlegm.
(Assemblies of God sponsor musical program under the Feb. 7 Chapel with little Sandra Mary Armstrong the
) groups will see them on tWinning U. S. Seventh Army, the lion and aids nature fight cause
eons, conducted services at the4 direction Claude McGUI of Lake Helen, in her 9th Division -
\\.Hlwayl6 of P. Ganus will and 15. Music students are seeing a $25 war bond. The poem, conducts of irritation. Get milder tastier
State Prison Sunday morning and be held at the Pine Level Baptist a picture on Talent Explorations.This I Morris baby was second, winninga expressed it so eloquently. The exercises in rigorous training Creomulsion for Children in the pink
Sunday School 10 a. m. First afternoon. Church Sunday night from 7 p. m. picture and others are made cash prize of $7.50, while the people she mentions are not knownto Fowler, whose southern Germany.Cpl. and blue package at your drugcounter.CREOMUCSION.
Anniversary service, Rev. James H.I Tuesday night the evangelistic until 8 p. m. The public is cordially available through the materials Kelly baby came third, winning a me. being of an earlier or a Hampton, is wife lives in
Cain pastor of First Assembly ot meetings opened with Rev. DickKnox invited to attend. direc- cash prize of $5. Consolation later era; but the sentiment rings a rifleman with Co.
Bradford
center of County, prizes F of the 47th .
God, Palatka will in charge. The meetings will true the Regiment. He en FOR CHILDREN
bring the just same.
message were given the other
ted by L. H. Gibson. E. E. Minot, two babies tered the
I I 11 a. m. Evangelistic rally, continue through Sunday night. BROOKERBAPTIST music specialist for the Negro $sponsored by sisters Cuffee and : It was a thrill to see that even Army in April 1953 and Ntitvn Coups' GISt Colds kits IrwKUttf

I Rev. Cain speaker 7:30 p. m. CHURCH schools wants all children to see I Peterson. The parents and spongers -I 1: fielped a bit with your big I -

I Tuesday: Midweek Call,to Worship Church of God Rev. C. B. Stalling, Pastor these pictures and realize that of these babies wish to thank edition, with the essaywritten

LI service 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 10'a.m., Morning music can be fun. all who helped to make this pro- around 1932 about Aunt Mary

I Sunday School 10 a.m. Morn- Worshhlp 11 a.m. BTU 6:30 p.m., Resolution of AppreciationA gram a financial as well as spiritual Todd, Lawtey pioneer.For FOOD, AT THE BEST
AIRPARK MISSIONARY ing Worship 11 a.m. Sunday Evening Evening Service success. the six
I have
7:3,0 p.m. Prayer resolution was recently adopted past years
BAPTIST CHURCII Service 7:45: p.m., Y.P.E. Meeting Wedne9day 7:30 p.m. by Allen Chapel AME Church American Legion Auxiliary to MeetThe been privileged to serve Pitts DIXIE RESTAURANTAFFILIATED
Sunday School 9:15 a. m. Morning Service Wednesday 7:45 p.m., and thanking former Acting Gov. Auxiliary to Post 314 wlU burgh's Carnegie Institute as its

Worship 11 a. In. Training Prayer Meeting, Friday 7:45 p.m Charley E. Johns for a gift of $100 hold its-monthly meeting on Sun- director of public relations, a postin WITH DIXIE MOTEL
Union 6:15 p. m. Evening Service Lawtey HEILBBONN each to three Negro churches. day, Feb. 7, 2 p. m., at R. J. E. which I do considerable writing
f 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday Sunday School* 10 a.m. MornIng BAPTIST CHURCH These churches were Allen Chapel, High School. All members are ask- of magazine features, newspaper Now Under New Management
7:30 p. m. Rev. W. O. Worship 11 ajn. YPE Serf- ed to be releases radio
television
and
Sunday School 10 ajn. Preaching Mt. Moriah Methodist Church, and present and on times The
Collins Jr., Pastor. ;& Saturday 7:30 pin. membership drive |scripts. This cultural center is Home Folks Especially WelcomeREASONABLE
11 aon. Training Union 6:3C)I New Bethel Baptist Church. is still on and i
p.m. Preaching 7:30 p.m. Prayei: The resolution stated that for is open to all wives, daughters, perhaps best known for its inter- PRICES
Meeting. Wednesday 7:30 p.m. _. Sen. Johns "has given mothers and sisters of Legion- national exhibitions of contemporary .
many years *
REV. Milton J. aires. Join today. Your membership painting and its natural Phone 9115
Dukes pastor. faithful and loyal service to the
, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Negro citizens of this community will be greatly appreciated. science museum with the most

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS and during his tenure as Acting The initiation fee is only $1.75 complete collection of giant Juras- r
STARKE FLA. CHURCH Governor did everything in his; and your monthly dues will be SOc. sic period dinosaurs in existence.I .

, ., Sunday SChOOl 10 a.m. power to bring Joy and pleasure President For further information contact Bradford extend my old acquaintancesin ARE YOU SHORT ON CASH?
j Pauline Marshall County an invitationto
or Secretary
Morning Service 11 a.m. to the colored youth and citizens of
, I Ethel Youn a personally-conducted tour BUYA
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES. Pastor Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Starke."
We take this method of thanking through the Institute any time SIX MONTHS AUTO'
Prayer Meetings Club Chit Chat POLICYCUT
Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town 7:45 Wednesday PTA .t Hobby all persons who have sent news; they are in this neck of the woods.
aight : p.m. Saturday night Did you attend the countywide
Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 items to this office to keep this Again congratulations on a not-
on Tuesdayof
Hobby Club meeting j column alive. able journalistic and civic achievement YOUR PREMIUM IN HALF
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST this week, and PTA on Wednesday -
t Two Fires in Reno and thanks for letting me ALSO RECEIVE A DIVIDEND
LATTER DAY SAINTS at RJE? We had good meetings
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. The explosion of an oil stove reminsce at such length about
would have
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. Services each Sunday In old but your presence attend l last Saturday caused severe burns people and events from some of
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sun made them better. Try to to little Wayne Powers, one of the my happiest years. CONNER INSURANCE AGENCY

Midweek Service Wednesday, 8:00 P.M. day School 10 a. m. Sacrament next time. four children of Washington and I Cordially,
( Service 6:30 p. m. Everyone wel Wateroak elementary school will Delores Powers. The baby James Lester Austin 129 W. Call St. Phone 285
was
Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at come. hold regular PTA on Monday Feb. treated for first degree burns,-also Director

1 11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. 7, with Beatrice DeSue presiding. the mother, and carried to Alachua.
EVERGREEN Movies on cancer will be shown by The residence of Cora Cohen and; Gentlemen:

_:---' .- __..'_ __ _. .- .' BAPTIST CHURCH the supervisor. All patrons are invited family was burned beyond repair Am enclosing stamps for mailingme
Sunday School 10 a. in. PreachIng to attend and bring your Monday night. The mother and a copy of your 75th Anniversary (j -

11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : children. 'four'children escaped without ditlon. Walter Wills, m'brothetln r
, m. Preaching 7:30 m. Don't forget the Tom Thumb burns. The family now resides: Tampa, wrote me about /1'
p. Prayer Wedding on Feb. 11 at Wateroak it and having been Starke I| jI SPRUCE
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 I with: Joe Williams temporarily. a UP HOME
First Baptist Church Hamoton Rev. J. E. Lingerfelt, pastor.p. m. SchooL This is being sponsored by I I Persons able to give assistance to; resident for many years I would ''I
the school for the PTA. Nuptial t.
these famiiies are encouraged to appreciate this favor very much. ASWEET HOME IN SPRING
WOODLAWN MISSIONARY music will be rendered by Willetta do so. Check all oil stoves and I Mrs. R. E. Fell I ,
I BAPTIST CHURCH Betty Wysinger and Master Kelly. other fire hazards in your home. 412 Washington St. t1PAINT! REPAIR!
Sermon Sunday Morning and Night by 10 Principal Roberts is in charge of Don't wait for "Fire Prevention New Smyran, Fla. I
a.m. Sunday School, 11 a.m. production. Plan for your pre- Week". The life you save may II I I fWHILE\ ROBINS C/M5
preaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:45 pray- Lincoln celebration and be at this be your own.LONG. ,..
. Brother "Chuck SanksOf er service, 7 o'clock song services school promptly at 7:30 p. m. but is improving slowly. Mrs. Albert .
T:30 evening services. President Miriam Osteen is also on the sick II
Tyson an- .yyyyyyyyyy y.. y..Y.. X
Deland, Florida nounces that the Hobby Club list.Mr.
CHURCH OF CHRIST meets each Tuesday at the school. and Mrs. Homer Smith and ,
C. L. Overrurf Jr.. Minister BRANCH daughter, Shirley, spent the weekend ,
Hampton Training school is receiving -
} Re sure to hear this man of God preach God's Word ,j Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m. II milk for your children with relatives in North Caro- '! JPAIIJTJ L [1O9)

Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening each day. Please send your child I by Mrs. J. U Strickland lina.Mrs. C LOCAl TRADEMARKS,loj* '

Sunday School 10 A.M. Training Union 6:30 P.M. worship 7:30: p. m. I prepared to buy a half pint for I I and Jimmy Lang&AAAAAAAAALAAAALAAAAAAAA Clara Boone is visiting her i

t Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 five cents. There is no better way : daughter, Virginia, in Tallahassee ,
F. m. and she thinks she will stay I
Wed. Night ""HOUR OF POWER" 8 P.M. to improve the health of your says I
Radio Sal
there until the cold weather
program, "Old Paths"each children than to have them drink We had a wonderful cottage
Sunday 9 a. m. Station milk prayer meeting at Ted Manning'slast over. l
each day. Other soft drinks
.. .. '. WDVH. Mrs. Bill Gurr and sons spent _
Friday night.
-' / should be put away for a while and Tuesday nightwe I t,
I l let met at Everett Manning's. Sunday with Minnie's sister, Mrs. '
your children develop the milk- IIE81JILDER'[ IUPPLIE1' Ki
FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH drinking habit. Principal Tayloris These meetings are being held at Faye England.Our .
LAWTEY, FLA. anxious to have you supportthe Maxville and in this vicinity as a son Charles Fields and wife

Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching milk program so that we can forerunner of the revival that will] Dottie called on us Wednesday of
11 a. m. &: 7:30 p. m. Midweek keep-it and be reimbursed by the begin at the Long Branch Churchon last week. They were to start to
, REVIVALBAYLESS service Wednesday 7:3.0 p. m. federal government. March 7. But we hope to keep; New Jersey Friday and came to
A. E. Massey, pastor. the cottage tell us goodbye. Charles will be
The PTA and Hobby Club meets prayer meetings going
Feb. 15 at which time free film right on. If anyone wants us, just stationed with the Army there. I' .. -, .-- -, -- .- ".
FIRST ANNIVERSARY |will be shown on cancer.a Please let us know and we will be there Mrs. Richard Lang spent the .. h_- _. __ ___ __ .-_ p___ .__ ___ ,_ _J-

OF IIIW'AY CHAPEL come out and support this organi- if it is at all possible. weekend with relatives in Tampa.Her .
zation. I Well, we had a cold day of it son Bill and his wife and son FACTORY FACTORY
HIGHWAY BAPTIST The Hiway Chapel will conductIts Serves in Germany ,at church Sunday! Someone forgotto came home with her for a few '

First Anniversary service on Cpl. Herbert Hawkins whose :. -check the gas tanks so the days' visit. APPROVED ENGINEERED
Sunday, Feb. 6. Rev. Jamtp IL mother, Gaddie Hawkins lives heaters went out soon after they Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Jones spent

CHURCH I Cain of Palatka will be the special near Starke, is serving with the were lit Sunday morning. Rev. Sunday Mrs. B. E.afternoon Faircloth.with Mr. and SERVICE -9 PARTS

speaker at both morning and even 9th Infantry Division In Germany.Cpl. Higdon went to Starke in search of:
Hawkins is a switchboard gas, but could not find a driver
operator
BEGINNING | ng meetings.Rev. _I .
with the division's Signal so we had to tough it out without i -- - ----- -
FEBRUARY 6TH Cain was the founder of Hi- Company and has been overseas heat all day. After church Sunday I Washing, Painting, Repairing, Reconditioning

SUNDAY, way Chapel, having begun servicesin since 1954. He is a veteran of night we had our Fellowship Meet COLONIAL Wrecker Service '
THROUGH a tent at Clark and 10th St3., eight years of Army service. i ng. It was almost 10 o'clock whenwe i I

.* I Feb. 5, 1954. He will be accompanied CHURCH NEWS got home, so you see we enjoyed -
FEBRUARY 13TH by his wife and twomonthsold Mt. Pisgah AME Church has a nice gab session aroundour FLORIST I BRAKE TIRES IGNITION
daughter, Cynthia. sent in the following schedule for fire outside. TESTING AND STARTER
Everyone Is invited to the dinner February. The members and gen- Our WMU meeting will be held BRAKE
Rev. G. E. Cutshawf EvangelistSong on the grounds after the morning eral public are invited to attendall Feb. 17. All WMS, Brotherhood, FLOWOOS LINING TUBES GENERATOR

service. these activities: GA, and RA members are invited. FENDER SALES BATTERIES

Sunday, Feb. 6, The Lord's Sup- Four of us from Clay Hill attended For AH Occasions REPAIRS AND ALL ELECTRICAL

Services Nightly at 7:30 P.M. St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. per will be administered by the pastor the County Council of the PHONE 218 BODY WORK SERVICE SERVICE
Rev. E. L. Walker. Sunday, PTA at Doctor's Inlet Wednesdayof
Raymond E. MacBIam Feb. 13, first quarterly conferencewill last week. We heard a good

Services Nightly at 8:00 P.M. Services at St. Mark's Episcopal I convene at church with Dr. talk on health by the county nurse. (j) Complete Lubrication Service I

Church will be as follows: G. P. Pierce Presiding Elder, in The next Council meeting will be -
Come Hear Rev. Cutshaw Preach Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church charge. Third Sunday, Feb. 27 the held at Clay Hill on March 23. DODGE JOB/RATED TRUCKS

School and Adult Class; 11 a.m.-, State's rally will be held. Mississippi There will also be a course in DISH GARDENS I
is to win the nursing or first aid taught in Reconditioned Used Cars and Trucks
expecting on
Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30: () cup !
The Gospel p.m. -Y.P.S.L. that night Look out Florida; will Orange Park by the Red Cross. POTTED PLANTS We Can Arrange Financing On Major Repairs I
Wednesday: 7:30 p.m. Litanyand you let that happen? The program The district PTA meeting will
Meditation 8 will begin promptly at 7:30 m. be held in Hastings on March 7 POTTERY
SINGING
6 OLD TIME ; p.m. Choir: p. HARDY BROTHERS
1
Practice. On Feb. 13 at 1 p.m. there will be with registration starting at 9:30: MOTOR CO.

MARTIN Pastor Holy Communion: 1st Sunday ground-breaking and a free fish- a. m. Flowers WiredAnywhere !
REV. HENRY 11 a.m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30 p.m. fry on the church grounds. Come Albert Smith is improving from 600 Temple Ave. P&jj Phone 69
out and drink plenty of lemonade.At the injury he received when i
EVERYONE WELCOME YOU'LL LOVE the new Ester- 7:30 on Feb. 13 the Daughter'sof thrown from a horse. He is able to
brook purse-size fountain pens to [ Jerusalem will render a programfor L walk a little, but cannot hold out Nona St Starke YOUR DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER ;

I,I pastel shades. Only $2.58 at Bradford the benefit of the building fund I for long. f ..
I Ir ,. .
County Telegraph. of the church. Don't forget Sunday Ada Godwin has been very ID, I ':.. ..,J. =- --_' -. ": -_-:=MEiar1S : : : .:. j ;




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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA
FRIDAY. FEBRKAUY 4. 1935
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Permit Motion r Biggest Still Out Of Operation New SAL Signals Bradford Cagers Upset Bolles 52-47; 1 BradfordGridders I Realtor Thomas


i End Three Weeks I Moves OfficeA.

Play DuPont Tonight On Home Court : Of I
Lacks SpringVorkout
{ Second To Cost $$85,000In I J. Thomas. Realtor, has

Tuesday night the Tornado can deny, however. that the Tornadoes Last Friday a nucleus of Brad- moved his office to a new location

(Continued from page one) #. : basketeers beat back a third quarter have improved since their 'at 325 Temple Ave., a block northof
'
an effort to cut down the I ford High's 1955 football squad the which he
'. Bolles rally and remained on last meeting. building ha:
from the disputed site, and Councilman 1): hazard at its grade crossings in top to trounce the visiting Jack Victories over both DuPont and concluded three weeks of conditioning shared with his son, Attorney A

Jackson when Green declared ; : Starke, ,the Seaboard Air Line sonville Cadets by a 52-47 margin. Lake Butler would give the localsan and fundamental drills. .J. Thomas Jr. for the past iw
: "Money is the root of all .; _ Railroad Co. is now engaged in an I years.
The game was a hard fought 8-6 record.Wednesday. Coach Joe Hull, who directed the
cviL This matter has been approached [extensive $85,000 to $100,000 pro-
in
contest with tempers flaring afternoon of
next off-season sessions indicated -
practice ,
strictly from a money gram of installing modern safety
'the third quarter when one con- week the Bradford A and B
point of view without regard to devices here. Work started about Squadswill he was well satisfied with
I I testant from each team had to be travel to Gainesville for a W. C. T. U.
anything else. Lovett's is only two weeks ago, and it will be the woik-outs and stated that
ejected. Bradford held a slim 14- of afternoon
pair the initial
leasing this building. If they around June 1 before the intricate games, prospects for the 1955 edition of
13 lead at the end of the first one beginning at 1:30.: The next IF YOU DKIVE DON'T PKIXKjlOU
should move out, we may have a ,. system will be completed and inoperation. BHS football are good. An aver- -
period and increased this to a home game will be on Feb. 15, MIGHT IIUUT SOMEONEIF
.
skating rink a beer parlor, a pool age of more than 30( boys attended
( 30-21 lead at half time. P. K. '
Yonge.In YOITALK I10XT
DKIXKU
room, or a night cli/b right thereIn Electrically controlled gate-type ;the daily sessions with a total of -
the midst of our churches. It r.Q: signal barriers are being erectedat The second half started slowly.It 12 games thus far, three 55 boys attending at least some >U MIGHT GET HURT.IF .
was two minutes old before YOU TALK I)() "'T
Bradford lJRIXK-
have
players
is strictly a money deal. the four main crossings in scored more of the drills.
: t either team was able to score. than YOU MIGHT BE QUOTED.
Jackson: "Well, Mr. Green, : Starke 10th St., Washington St., 100 points. Stanley Clark Coach Hull announced that he
I Bolles, using its two tallest boys, leads If YOU THINK YOU WONT
Call St. with 156 followed
you've already got yours." A--------- and Madison St. Light by Glen intends to start baseball workoutsfor
Dompe and Hodges, to advantageon DRINK ANYHOW!
signals Reddish with 122
are being and
erected at I Edward
crossings the 1955 Bradford diamond
Green: -Well, I got it honestly tip-in plays, cut the Tornado (SIGNAL PRESS ,
.. where only 'bell Akridge with 119. Townsend
1 4 4fr. signals have aspirations about the middle of
and not using public office
by
my been heretofore. These are the lead to 42-40 at the third quartermark. Strickland is about to reach the February I EVANSTON ILLINOIS.*
for it. The zoning advisors at the
The Tornado then I
crossings at 8th St. Jefferson team 100 mark with 94
I St., points. Glen
University of Florida have recommended I
r seemed to catch fire with Edward I
Jackson St., and South St. Reddish leads the regulars in free-I

be used that for institutional this area continue purposes to p1 Gate-type signals will also be Akridge sinking two goals in L 'shots accuracy with a percentage II I Sell It Rent
It
Trade
erected at some of the main cross- japid succession and Stanley Clark: of 70.City. It
and buffer to
serve as a zone pro- : I
well
to throw the
a.:2 TT 1 ings in Lawtey where between ten faking larger
tect North Walnut St. from .
commercial *
,4. and 15 persons have lost their Cadet defenders out of position.
To
enterprises. lives in the past two decades. As the visitors tried desperately Begin TO A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow
Remarks between Green and ,
The installation of these new to get the ball their fouls enabled L Drive To Collect
Jackson flew thick and fast until
:4S1-, signals is a much more complicated Reddish, Clark, and Akridge to I Business Rates Good Results l asy To Place
LicensesOnly
4' matter than the average increase the score via the tree
person to WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION 50e
-- ; t'.c would throw line.
; think. Six carloads of materials Bradford was unableto
h have already been unloaded control the ball effectively the about one-third of the city EACH ADDITIONAL WORD %eD1SCOr

!occupational licenses, which were T OF IS PER COT O\ TWO OR MORE I>SKHTiOS23r
D Ii4! here for this purpose, including last three minutes. Stanley Clark

P 21,578 feet of underground cable, was high point man with 17. due last Oct. 1, have been paid ADDITIONAL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS >OT PUD IK ADVANCRUEMORIAMS

TWC ATBSTARKE >FLA,' BIGGEST STILL ever captured in Bradford County was broken up last and 42,000 feet of overhead wire. I I i Tonight, (Friday) the Tornadoeswill and the city is planning a drive to

week near the fire tower close to the Alachua County line. Top The city was recently requestedto seek revenge at the expenseof start collecting them next week. CARDS OF THANKS, RESOLUTIONS 20c Per Line

\ photo shows a portion of.the 40-barrel capacity operation while lower permit trains to run through DuPont of Jacksonville. When All businessmen who have not (COUNT 5 WORDS TO EACH LINE)

Fri., Sat.-Feb. 4, 5 scene Shows part of the equipment being hauled away to be destroyed. Starke at a faster speed when the Bradford invaded the San Jose paid their occupational licensesare !I -

DOUBLE' FEATURE Two men found operating the still, Archie Crews and Jesse Nipper,. new signal system is complete, gym last month DuPont won handily -. urged to da: so this week if FOR RENT-Five room furnished 60 ACRES Improved pasture. 130

bond. but the request was turned down to the tune of 6536.To prove they want to avoid a visit from I I apartment. 6H N. Church St. 1 bearing pecan trees. 2 dwelling,

Thundering CaravansWith are out under $1,000 by the Council. The speed limit m that DuPont is no 27 points better j a member of the police f on"ce who Phone 175-W Up supply numerous plentiful out buildings with auto., water elec.
I'
remains at 20 miles an hour than Bradford, the Bolles I will start making the rounds to col- FOR SALE-88-acre ranch with pumps. 25000. Write C. Letccb,
Allan Rocky Lane Chairman Lewis asked them to I A game running stream, cattle barn, poultry R. :, Cox 51, Starke
city ordinance the (E'radford
forbids train can be used jlect delinquent licenses Co.
Ralph Crews Dies a as a comparison since I next houses, 2 bedroom house 500
-AndLiving [refrain from dealing in personalities from blocking a crossing for more Bolles lost to DuPont by the same I week. I I bearing pecan trees. Wonderful tfchg

It i and stick to the issue involved. than five minutes at a time. number of points they did to the I I fur mile a off retiring Highway couple.301 Located between 1 LET J. D. ODOM. JR.

Up ,Tornadoes. Bradford Coach Leon- IL I Starke, and Gainesville. Fla. AlsoSIacres CATTLE HANDLE YOUR
In Auto CrashRalph 4 _____ truck farm AND HOGS
good or
With Dean Martin and Jerry Lenis 'ard Register is convinced that SALES _
In an effort to smooth over ruf.fled Girl Cagers his : ranch., running stream and pond Lite Oak Each Wednesday

Plus Chap. -Superman vs. The Knight remarked: "I t boys are as good as the boys from i 36; pecan trees, masonry building <;alne*,ille Each Friday
feelings, !
40x80. Nile Club with 10 hotel
Atom" and Cartoon for Kids San Jose and he believes they can Gigantic FallClearance tf
confidence in and deep Lewis Crews, 27 son of Beat Ketterlinus rooms attached. Wonderful location
have every
prove it. A for supper club. Located
Mr. and Mrs. Graham Crews of B-Squad game will I

Sun., Mon.\ and Tues. sympathy for you Councilmen In Rt. 1, Starke, was fatally injured ..precede the varsity game this eve- I properties 3 miles from must Starke be sold.Fla. Owner Both LAItCB HOME CHEAP FOR SALE

Feb. 6, 7, 8 the spot you're in, and I think this when his car crashed into a trailer The Bradford High Girls Basket- ning. The initial contest will be- Still I leaving town. Other business out
ball team last night completed at 7:30 I of state. Contact Esion Jordan, NICE SEVEN: ROOM HOUSE
a gin ON
DOUBLE FEATURE thing can be worked out without towing a house on State Road 21 p.m. Ph. 333. 407 N. Cherry St.. Starke LOT NEARLY ACRE ON
near Middleburg.The trio of games away from home ,, Next Tuesday evening the Tornadoes I j Fla. 4tp 2/11 RY STREET IN HEART CHER OK

The French Line hurting! anyone. accident took place just before (score not available at press time) will entertain a traditional In Full I TOWN OF STARKE. FOR SALE
Andrewshad SwingPLUS CHEAP BY ,
OWNER
Earlier in the meeting APPLY
AT
With Jane Russell daylight Saturday morningand at Lake City. Last Friday the rival, Lake Butler, on the local I A. J. Thomas, Starke, Fla. GUMBER-S GULl STATION.

introduced his attorney, Billy Crews died at 1 o'clock Sat girls defeated Ketterlinus of St. floor. In a previous meeting this NORTH OF STARKE HIGHWAY
301, JAX
-And- Chandler of Gainesville, who now urday afternoon in St. Vincent's Augustine 37-34. Tuesday of this year the: boys from Union County .. These J: HAS! HIGHWAY. tfchar

\ The 49th Man rose to say: "You're being unfair Hospital. The accident occurred week Ocala bested the local lassies came out on top 5240. No one FOR SALE FOR RENT
-Two
John Ireland and Richard Denning with the 'cjty commission. It has when Crews' car struck a heavy 50-45. Fri., Sat., Mon. OnlySPECIALS 3.9 acre farm. .11..tt.l two ed apartment bedroom Apply Shepherds furnish

Plus Color Cartoon for Children no power to decide whether or not plank of the platform the moving The girls meet Lake Butler next 1 bed room dwell, ler. light ...d"atn. Radio and TV Shop. tfcbg

to issue the permit. The only thing! house was resting upon. After .Tuesday night preliminary,to ,the = 1 ml. from. Vi ml Starke.. to pawed Price Including highway FOR RENT-Unfurnished t bed.

Wed. Thur.-Feb. 9 10 they can decide is whether these I the impact the car skidded side boys' varsity game here on the abstract and Sune,., I4.0OO.OO, room apartment. Also furnished
one bedroom
lMXjOO down balance monthlyt apartment.
DOUBLE FEATURE [plans are acceptable or not. I ways 10 feet to a stop, and did local floor. Sandra Strickland, 8% tntermt. desirable location. 201 W.Close Madi In

Mayor Wainwright: "Does Mr. not overturn. The driver of the and Jackie Prevatt seem to be the son tfchg

Carnival StoryAnne Chandler have to come over here !' truck pulling the house was patrol scoring pace-setters while defen- BOYS 2 bed room dwell. elec. light aDd CARPENTER WORK
and large poultI7house. Block
natrr garage -
and tell our Council what ,to do? ling the highway 600 feet ahead sively Babs Lance Lyndell O'Steen, Vnil.. V of City Limit on WirIng Plumbing, roofing, Siding work,
Baxter and Steve Cochran
Andrews: "This rntter.has been of the house moving operation 'Elissa Stefanelli, Kay Rowland, Flannel Shirts Went aide of l". S. 301. Lot 100 Write Fprouting and cement work.
x 30O (""t. .A very nice bay at C. A. Sorrell, c/o Bradford
-AndGrand tossed around since Dec. 17. The when the accident occurred on a and Martha Van Landingham have KUAO.OA. ':.::00-00 down, balanee County Telegraph. 4t 2/25

Ole Opry matter of the permit is 'before you hill crest.A seen a good bit of action. The S 2-Limit ':::i.OO.monthly, Interest after maturity. HUTCHISON'S REPAIR SHOP

now." native of Baldwin, Crews girls meet Callahan here on the 0 1st Cor. Temple Ave. and 12th -
With The Weaver Bros. and Elviry Chairman Lewis: "We will refer moved to Jacksonville five years local floor on Feb. 18 for their S Qual. SOC IS and SO acre komecite OB pared I Commercial and Domestic. Refrlger&tors. St.-
Size 26Children highway priced a* low a* city Stoves, Water
Heat
Plus CartoonAnnouncement the matter to the building inspector ago from Starke. He was em- last home game.Renewed. lolL Boy now and build a ronn- ers. Appliances of all kinds
re-
and take it up at our next ployed as a watchman with the try home later. paired. Heating systems and
i electric
regular meeting." Fry Roofing Co. and was a veteran Modern new Home In Saratoga Day or Night.wiring.! Telephone JJ7-W
InterestIn 2tp
Jackson: "There is still a motion of World War II and a memo Caps Height to Starke. 4 lane hlKbay 2/4

on the floor. My motion was based L ber of the Baptist Church. and paved nldewalka leadingto
SobdlTlnlon. VA and FDA fUanrlag HELP
I on the opinion of our city attorney Besides his parents he is survived Cub Pack 0 Slight Irreg. available. WANTED

i and recommendation of the Zoning, by his wife, Helen Gladys MECHANICWith
.
CHARLEY E. JOHNS No
& SON LimitS and other bargain IB
soe For theiie
letter
THE Board. -Reference to a Crews, and a daughter, Debbie Brings Out CrowdAn real estate see
from the local Zoning Board to Mr.I'Crews, both of Jacksonville; two !I about this question I Ii Mostly large Experience In

BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC Jackson stating that, in their opinion sisters, Mrs. Ruby Lee Corley,, enthusiastic Cub Pack meeting i Sizes A. J. THOMASREALTOR FORD DEALERSHIP

the Council would not be justified Miami, and Mrs. Alsine Griffis,, was held in the Methodist '

In zoning the Woman's Club Starke; and four brothers, Lenzy recreation building Monday night; Our oil burner exploded and I Preferably Man TrainedIn

[block} to keep commercial enterprises Crews, Jacksonville, and Charles,, with 73 parents and Cubs attend. our home was completely Womens ShoesEntire 323 Tempi* A\e. Telephone SS3 Ford Service Schools

out.) DeWitt, and Daniel R. Crews, all:I ing. The increased attendance was I filled with oily black smoke. I Florida r

CLINIC This remark was countered by of Starke. evidence of the Interest being taken I The drapes wallpaper, furniture fall stock of $< '4 39 I SUrke I GOOD PAY

general comments among the spectators Funeral services were held Mon in the program since its reorgani. everything will have 1.99's marked down :: DISPLAY OF Greer-Strickland Sales

Has Been Moved From to the effect that the Zon. day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the zation. t to be cleaned or replaced. Does to this group. j saTins GREAT AZALEAS Ford Dealer

ing Board had not officially presented graveside in Dyal Cemetery near The theme of the Cub All 1st Qual. aU Ue10larh $ .
the 'extended
Keystone Heights To Council. progranB coverage' of our MM 11.30 DOM BAl Tarpon Springs Fla.
any plan to the Raiford with Rev. G.fE. of activities for the '
Cutshawofficiating. : fire policy cover all this smoke ... :i4 SOr, 7Sc tMO. SUM, 92.00
Mayor Wainwright: "Mr. Chairman [ "railroads" and two railroad films! We Exchange or Refund on Each ..d I'p

326 N. Walnut St. \ have you heard anything were shown at the meeting, and l, damage? Any and All Purchases . GIRDEX BEVEDERE A M'RSERYPavUne AZALEA FISH BAIT WORMS

from: the Zoning Board?" Funeral MondayFor I each den presented a railroad skit.' I Regardless of Price. Karl CotUu Highway BILL'S 301 BAIT FARM
STARKE Jackson: "Our attorney has toldus P. 0. Hot IfiH Karleto Fla. Sleepy Hollow Baek of .
Those in charge of the Cub j tf Motel Starke. P1a. "
we have no alternative. I predict Mrs. Thornton 2tp
gram under the new pro-I'
this thing will cost us lots of tion are: Charley E. Johns BOTTOMDOLLAR RADIOS REPAIRED 195& ENGLISH FORD, low mileage
OFFICE: HOURS if turn it down." Mrs. Carrie Alvania good condition. Priced
money we Thornton Den Mothers Mrs. Jack Mc- All Make* ,%ll Modela See it to sell
10 to 12 and 2 to 5 At this point City Clerk Carl 80, died in a Winter Haven hospital Comb. Mrs. I?. P. McLendon, Mrs. I Heaoooable rbaricea jrmaraatet* _at Torode's. Used Car Lot.tf

Evenings KxceptWe : Johns was requested to read Jack Saturday morning following a Stanley Nogel, and Mrs. Foster I I, wa W.C11AS.Tall St.SHEPHERD Btarfce Pa. 23* WISH TO BUY_

L. 7 to 8 son's previous motion. brief illness. She was born In Baker Shi Smith. & Son Agency to Starke, with Industrial or without land build.close

Lewis: "Do I hear a second? County on Oct. 30, 1874 and Chairman of Committee, Louis I 147 W Call St. Ings; also income property. Ad.
silence.) Electric Motors I dress full details to: C.\V.p.. Box
(Prolonged had been a resident of Auburn-
Chiropractic adjustments restore J'iUendahl: ; Secretary-Treasurer. I Starke, Fla. 113Starke, Fla. IQtp 3/4
Lewis "I think we will take the I Phone 13 Starke Fla.AA&&A&A.
: dale for the ten
going
past
Health in Hundreds of years, R. Miller; Cubmaster, E. A. Yan-I AND FOR
Caies after e\erj thing else has plans and go over"them with the there from Starke. She was a cey; Institutional Representative, -"- _-:-- -_--_ --.- ':llLII:<<,,'J-' REWOUND hay SALE-Good and sugar cane quality syrup.peanut II. M. t

Tailed.NERVOUS. building inspector. member of the Church of Jesus A. N. Holliday; Committee mem-1 1 SERVICEDSmall liussey, Rt 1, Box: 33, Fort White.
Andrews: "Would it be possibleto -- --- I Fla. 2tp 2/4
Christ of Latter Day Saints. bers, G. T. Huggins, J. F. McComb,
Appliance Repair -
DISORDERS get some action before the next Mrs. Thornton issurvived by one i R. P. McLendon, and F. S. Smith. FOR SALE-Florida 90 Strawberry

A SPECIALTY regular meeting want two to weeks know what from daughter, Mrs. Alma E. Simonton I. Den meetings are held weekly \WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEGet General Machine Work plants hundred., $I Marklee per thousand Starling.or $1 Rt.per 2.
We
r.ow.!( of Jacksonville; two sons, \V. Ellis and pack meetings are held on the Box 52. R Starke. Fla. 2tp 2/4
action you're going to take so we Set For the Better Fall .
Thornton, Starke, and Allen! F.
last Monday of each month in the FOR SALE-Forty
Work Guaranteed acres fenced
All for
what action we can
will know '
YourChiropractor Programs Now
Consult
Thornton, Auburndale; four brothers Methodist recreation hall at 7:30: Coming on N/77I. cow pasture. Five room house,
take. Reasonable Rates lights, running water fruit treee,
Joe
Frank M. and
Henry
p. m. pecan trees. 1320 ft
TodayAhen Lewis: "We will take it up at I hlway front.
Owen Mann, all of Sanderson; and Twenty-seven Cubs are now enrolled S age. 1% miles South East of
the next regular meeting. In a Starke. ix E. Geiger.
: four sisters, :Mrs. Gladys Frazier in the program and ltp
matter as controversial as this, we RED SEAL
and Mrs. Ollie Ferrar, both of cations are now being apPli.j RADIO MAN WANTED Are you the man
should not act hastily. for this
business? Do
Jacksonville Mrs. Sadie Arline, for additional members. Boys MACHINE light car or truck? you own a '
Andrews: "If there is any wayto ELECTRIC & Would $75
; Ocala, and Mrs. Kate Melrose of 8 through 11 are eligible. I AND weekly interest you? A Watkins
I : t): M. .IX. [[:, "I it"Social speed it up I would apreciate Sanderson. I SHOPF. rural Dealership Bradford-Union is being established County. In It I

___ Funeral services were held in Several FiresIn TELEVISIONSales GRAUDON will be let to the first man between ,!.
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Monday -I W. 25 and 55 who qualifies.
Write
or wire the J. R. Watkins
SecurityRepresentative afternoon at 2 o'clock with flflssr I. Owner Manager Co., 6I> Peachtree St., N. E., At.

Elder Wilford Jordan officiating. Past Week 106 Washington St.-Phone 397 -lanta Ga. a- 4tch? %/25

-' Burial was in the family plot in I 17-inch fvMahogany 179.35 I Starke, Fla.k FOR SALE-Farmall Cub Tractor &
and Service
South I duster all, equipment. Mrs. S. L.
Prong Cemetery near Mac- A large chicken barn belongingto Crews, 1 mile
A representative of the Gainesville SSSSSSSStSSSSSSrSS flflrflrflsfl SSJSflSSflSS FOR SALE-New 8 z 8 x 16 Concrete from Long Bridge
clenny.j Mrs. Maude Wainwright of on State ltd. 100. Itp
Jcxl Social Security office will be j Active pallbearers were Pierce Heilbronn Springs burned Tuesday 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke, FloridaSewing bag. block.Mortar 18c.Mix Cement 1.25 $1.40 per bag.per HOME FOR
SICK
and
: [in the courtroom of the courthousein [Crews, Elbert Thornton, S. E. 1 afternoon. The Starke fire truck Bradford Englnering Co., phone tf Reat>onabl prices. aged Good people.food,
TV Staike at 10 a. m. on Thursday, -- I !St Starke. good care, Jacksonville.. Phone
Sparks, Orie Wiggins, W. E. was called to the scene when it ....R S0127, Mrs. Elizabeth EV
Feb 10. for the purpose of con Thornton and Barney McRae.I I seemed that other nearby buildings 4 |:L'%: PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE McCargo. Up
social business. : STATE BANK KEYSTONE -
security
ducting
night be threatened.The .
.
HEIGHT FLA. MKMRER FOR SALE
-One oil
Persons who desire to make application Rites TuesdayFor department was called out I| FDIPI heater and two-2 burner circulating portable i
for social security retirement I oil heaters. Reasonable.
Monday night to a fire In Reno Phone
or survisors benefits, secure Wiley BrewerWiley when a small house belonging to I Keep plenty of Hot Water 31S-J or 121. Mrs. Burns. Itch*. !

social security .account numbers Cora Cohen caught fire from astov. I' For ONLY 9.95 down $6.00per HOUSE'TRAILER FOR SALE-WIth I

< 0"-- or get any other social security Brewer, 79 died at his Due to delay in reportingthe month for 12 months' or without tub.lot.Orange Complete St. bath Including t
near sth.
information are invited to residence on Nona St. in Starke alarm the building was damaged : buys a 20 gallon AutomaticColeman J. G. Wager, Box &6%. Starke.2to.

WS? see the representative at this time. !last Saturday night. following a probably beyond repair be- Hot Water Heater. %/11 1

\ Junior treats lengthy illness. He was born in fore the fire was extinguished. I Slade Gas Co. FOR P.ENT-Four room furnished
Grayson County, Virginia on June I houe. 301 S. Water St Itp
The pipes as toys Property damaged was estimatedat
It's time to caR !County Teachers 6 1875 and was a member of the around $1,500. Machine Operators i II I FOR SALE-16 acres land on highway FOR RENT-Furnished bedroom J
(Brownlee Road). See G. I*
Church. He with kitchen
One of Baptist was a retired i privileges and TV for
our boys.It Another Reno fire last Friday, Kersey Rt. 2. Box 60 Starke. nice
couple or semi-Invalid
clerk and moved here with I I at
nasn't from carelessness that Meet Today caused around $150 damage to a 2tp 2/4! Coyer Ranch on edge of town, Rt
his family about five years ago. IS, Raiford Road.
jour plumbing got that way. small house occupied by Delores Experienced & UnexperiencedAGES USED UNDERWOOD Standard type ltchg
Surviving are his widow, MaryFerguson ,.
writer. Good condition. $4$
Powers. The department was call FOR RENT-Two bedroom
You just didn't call the right The Bradford County Educa Brewer: three daughters Bradford County Telegraph., tf unfurnished -
ed, but a passerby had almost extinguished 18 THRU 35 upstairs apartment, private
plumber. Next time call us and tional Association, composed of all Mrs. Anna Jones, Mrs. Ada I I entrance and bath. Water and
be ure of results that really white teachers in the county, will Moore, and Mrs. Beulah :Moore the blaze with a garden FOR RENT house.-Three Recently bedroom redecorated unfurnished lights furnished. Phone 54-J

satisfy. meet this afternoon (Friday) in I all of Starke; four sons, WilliamLee. 1 hose arrived.by the time the firefighters Company Benefits Include Group Life & Hospital plnHst on. South St. Apply Colonial tfchg I itchg

the Starke high school. Wiley Jr., and Leroy Brewer, Insurance. Paid Vacations and Others I ,-' INCOME Reasonable.TAX Mrs.Returns Johnnie Prepared}j1.sen.

Wolfgang Heller, president of all of Starke, and Paul D. Brewer, FOR SALE-5-room house In smalltown ] Strout Realty. Phone %5-,
'I 2 Fruit
and
the group, announces that follow Jacksonville; and one brother,: Druggist Registered APPLY AT OUR OFFICE Shade tree car big garage.lot. Small down stark Itchg

ing a business session, discussion l James Brewer of Elizabethan, I 10th & CHURCH STREETS payment. Easy terms. Also fur.nbbed "TED-Good used typewriter

groups will evaulate the legis TenD.I George W. Wirtanen, who has I Starke Lakefront on hard home.road.t 50acrelnear Good Call Elite 25.type Starke.only. Must be bargain.!

lative program proposed by various I Funeral services were held in 1 I interned for the past six months farm land. W. S. Sibley. Realtor, Hchlr

state organizations. the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel Tues. in the prescription department of BIG DAD Manufacturing Co. j i Pb itS Keystone Heights. Itch-: FOR SALE-1J54 Dodge pck-np

Guest speakers will include State day afternoon at 2 o'clockitb] l Mitchell's Drug Store, passed the !FOR SALE-17-inch Philco TV-Ra-, truck Pea WOP with Williams oversize or tires call$300.g!'. See np

Senator Charley E. Johns and l Rev. L. S. Williams officiating. State Board of Pharmacy In Starke Fla. dlo-record player. Good condltlor,

PhONE 411-J Representative Doyle E. Conner. Burial was in Crosby Lake; Gainesville! this week and is now a I I 1125.landing; R. A IVwberry Camp HEp Rf't'tSJSic Fields.!' Starke.! dozen. MrsJ. jT

,Cemetery- registered druggist .- tcnjr
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