Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 27, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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System ID: UF00027795:03358
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t, irw Mirth ra.. Operation 'Bis Switch'

Merchants Plan

-S VV r Cooperative Sales Event

To Mark First Thursday All-Day OpeningOperation

Big Switch, Starke merchants most ambitious the t looperaung merchants, on :)

cooperative merchandising promotion, will be held here their .'nterprise and stated hat !\ Members Hear I II
Clay Co-op Fuller
ARMED WITH RATER BUCKETS, members of the Starke IIi-T Thursday. Feb. 2, to mark the change of half-holiday clos such efforts will! go far toward ; Say. .

Club culUMfc-U $254 from motorists In a two-day "toll road" operation ing from Thursday to Wednesday I building Starke info a bigger

'\.f,.... .1",1. tn"aQ, "....It... "'a _'noa" j more attractive chopping center I
at the traffic signal on V. S. sot in front of Bradford High School L a'v u"" oou""u
Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 1, and i l next Wednesday noon. Each i for this entire area. I
Hundred- of tourihts PASS this point hourly. Most of them were :
will remain open all day Thurs- l store will award its own prizes : Cooperating merchants an displaying Lug riOT TN
\ery nice. A few got fu++y. one II1-V member said. Tolltakersare t
I day. Feb. 2, until the regular 6 according to a pre-arranged j huge signs announcing
Road (from left) Lunar Shaw, Jan Mundorff, Kenneth Elder, Koddyistruth. p.m. closing hour. t schedule announced in the double j I the change from Thursday ti, : pptIiICB ItOvL. ,

Jrrry Lawson, Wallace Wise, and Wayne Mundorff with In Operation Big Switch, 21 page ad. Wednesday closing

March of Dime si n. (Photo by Iw P. McLendon.) local merchants have joined I The huge cooperative sales: Stores cooperating in this ;aie.event .-

; forces to offer outstanding bar- event is being staged by the merchants 1 are: Chas C Shepnerd

Firebug Given in order to dramatize the Ix>vett's, Barksd.ilt- :s. Rober--! >d.e .
; gains to shoppers for the first ,
Bingo For Charity Game ProceedsIn j "big switch" from to ;
'Severe Thursday all-day opening on Feb. I i Jewelry.: Bulhngtnn.: Studio &

PenaltyFor 2 These values] are announcedin 'I Wednesday closing so that shoppers :,Gift Shop, Driggers Furnitut.' < ',

Woods Blaze a double-page] advertisement in will quickly convert to the 1 Sarl.e: Builders Suppliesa.. -

Spite Of Ministerial Protests section two of this issue 1 new schedule.] I,' worthy General SuppheW"

The severest penalty: ever meted In addition to the special i A bit of color will be added to llama Jewelry, G J. M'i." Appliances

| out to a forest fin-bug was set Thursday values, nine nf the : Operation Big Switch by the ;i Leila's Denmark FnrmI
.\ "an. oi t bing; tut haru\;\, fli-v J E Sh. t w'JII.I.l1iance I in West Florida by JudgeI. i r j stores are offering free prize High School] Hand which will ;I ture Co.'estt"rn, Auto t"n'G"III ,

scot on in the armory here Sat- president Rev L I), I lames, vice FabL in ki. He sentenced 1 !! ',
I I* ; which will!! be awarded at 30- march through the business section Jewelry, Slade (
mil.iv. .' night ,in spite of ministerial'pluU'.StS. : president Rev R D. Sommer, Carlton Sheffield 29 of BrimI : minute intervals! during the afternoon i; shortly after 1 pm. next A&P Store Priest's Ten fen' y L

: and J T Quigley. A fifth member I didge Ala., to five years at the Shoppers are asked to Thursday and play a brief concert Store, Central Florida OasAp i ,. _.

Officials of the Lions Club. who :| Of the Alliance. Rev. W. S. State Prison after 6-man all-\ +t 11
a register for the prizes at the at the courthouse square. plianceHart Furniture ( 0'
sponsored the event, stated that i McAliley, attended the meetingbut I male jury had convicted Sheffield various cooperating stores startin Guy Andrews Chamber oCommerce Stump'-- Dept Store and Set- I

sound $100 profit was made for did not sign' the letter. of deliberately setting fires near,: ? today and continuing through president, commended zer's.

the current March of Dimes I The message was presented to Bruce in Walton County last No. :,

t ampaign in Bradford Sheriff Reddish in the courthouse vember. ] : Wo//Promoted// SOME 2.000 CLAY ELECTRIC CO-OP members probably took it with
Attendance was not as CountY'j around noon Saturday by Rev. Ray onier Closes $$25,000
It was the first conviction under I AskedI: a grain of salt when es-XJovernor Fuller Warren, speaking at the annual
expected they said, perhaps due Haines The Sheriff called in :1
to the controversy. I W. T. Jackson, president of the a brand-new malicious 1955 woods-burning law condemi -!,. To Full/ Colonel/ / i I meeting of the REA group at Keystone Height Thursday of but

In a meeting held Saturday Lions Club, for consultation. i, ning which, having no optional fine i I| $1101000 Deal I II In Slander Suit week, said, Tni out of politics now, M I ran say what I pleas"

morning, four members of the I; Jackson stated that the Lions for; I I Ii \t hat pleased him then was high praise for the REA Dot a hint
provision requires a jail term
Starke Ministerial Alliance signed did not consider the bingo gamefor and I 'I The temporary promotion of Lt. ; a* to whether or not hell announce at candidate for Governor la the
a convicted offender, sets anew .
\. Harold] C. Wall St.
a message to Bradford County charity wrong and did not of five instead Rayonier, Inc. of Fernandina LICo\ of Augustine A $25,000 slander suit was" IIprin primaries.
high years
Sheriff p. D. Reddish stating: Intend to cancel it unless forced I.I Beach has increased its large landholdings I' state selective service director filed in circuit Court here Jan.
!| of the three allowed by previous
to the rank of Lionel was announced -
"The Ministerial Alliance of to. In Bradford by,
I laws. The Jury deliberated almost -i County 17 against Julian W. Pooser by
last week Gen Lewis
Xtarke, Fla. recognizes the illegality Sheriff Reddish stated that ha I I some 1,600 acres in one of the by
two hours before agreeingto B. national selective Edna A. Sweat, joined by her
of bingo and asks the .. would not take action until he largest property transactions recorded ,
bring the defendant to sentence -.
sheriff to enforce the law as could obtain an opinion from At on the charge. here In recent years. I service director. I husband, Mack A. Sweat. I

pertaining to the present bingo! torney General Richard Ervin as I A deed recording the sale of the ; The promotion was recommended In her bill of complaint Mrs.I .

game being planned for to the legality of Illegality of which Sheffield led was to caught In the act :! property by George W. and Eva i''!by Gov. LeRoy Collins who nomi-"I Sweat alleges that Pooser

day, Jan; .21, sponsored s&tur-I'bingo for charitable purposes. Two landowners today's in sentence.BruceI ID.I Hall of Palatka for $110,000was (j I na ted Col. Wall for Florida director ly and maliciously" "f&I&e-1
Lions Club, and requests The Attorney General's office was ( recorded in the courtho last fall. He has been a lieutenant of being "dishonest and a

notify the President of the Club closed Saturday afternoon, he I area, came upon the scene soon j here on Jan. 11. colonel since Sept. 1947 thereby causing her "great mental r
j after the fires were started, put.j Co!. Wall is former resident "
bryour Intentions. I said, and it would be impossible a I and physical pain.
j II The most (
i them out then gave chase to and i unimproved acreage
I of Starke and of the }i. C. :
The i to contact him until Mondav. owner Mrs.
1 Sweat
message was signed by
states that
she .
caught the firebug, turning him : of it with a good stand of pine ) s.e
Wall Insurance here
i over to authorities. ''timber I lies west of Highway 10
High School Girl Is Seriously Hurt business formerly operated by
i between Silver and Santa FLakes (
I I in the southeastern part of: Pooser in Starke. from May 1953,

When Car Turns Over Five Times ;Alvarez Stages 'Bradford; County. The acreage I iai Rain Breaks i! until Dec. 7, 1955 when she resigned I ,

i;62nd Anniversary i|. not one solid tract, but is corn I to accept employment as .d I

Shirley Elizabeth Glisson 16-investigating officer, also reported ,'iI 'Sales Event i jI ii J posed of several parcels. Long Drought i cashier at Lovett's.
i She alleges\ that on Jan. 16, '
year-ol.l high school student was..1 I that two boys, going from St. i i j |!' According to documentary : 1956, while she was 1b-

seriously injured, when the automobile Petersburg to Halifax, Pa. on a : Alvarez Store Starke's oldest] i iI |stamps attached to the deed, the performing. :

in which she and JamesK j motorcycle without lights, were In- business establishment (with the!| price paid is approximately $70'l Near-drought conditions m this '

24, lured about 6:45 when I of The ] is observing 1 per acre. -I ,
Manning were riding overturned Sunday : p.m. exception Telegraph) i| '! area were relieved Monday by the
five and a halt times near they collided with an automobile!: its 62nd anniversary with; RaynrJer is one of the big paper | first "real-rain" since last fall. .. '

midnight last Friday. :jat the intersection of U. S. 301 I 1 a big l sales event announced in an I manufacturers at Ffrnandina13each. L, The rainfall measuring stationI I some mor- y today'
I I' Upon her inquiry "What ATTRACTIVE MRS. WARKEX (left) looked the affable
on OM
The spectacular mishap occurred and Rosier Road north of Law. advertisement on page six of this I at the State Prison recorded 1.5 -

beyond the east city limits on/ey. :' issue. inches within a 15 minute period money, Mr. Pooler?" the defendant -! Governor was greeted by Co-op President Surrency, Cla '-El'f'tJilo
I '
Highway 230: (New Blanding! ; The Trooper said that Tom Wes. j! Alvarez Store was t'stablished'i Hospital Gifts j I Monday, while the station at I is alleged to have ,.id' : manager!; A, G. Loudon; and Keystone Mayor Leslie Beanley.VOTKS .

Road) when Manning, believed to 1.' ley Tatum, Lawtey saw mill man, j j jin 1891 by the late J. } Are Acknowledged Camp Blanding recorded 1.62 "It was money you took out of
have been driving at a high rate 1 grandfather of the present owner, i inches the
| same Both sta.
: was driving east and had crossed ', day. my cash register I'll go to
"f speed, apparently lost control W. H. Graham. It has been a popular i 1 tkms recorded
around half inch
Gaskins and Grit an
Billy George 'i| I/ivetts about
01 the car (coming toward I, the railroad and waited for several [I ] institution since its founding, '. fis of Lawtey, both Future Farm ''on Sunday. I' it and I won't give r

Starke ]left the paved lane of cars to pass before entering 301. and enjoys the confidence of its. you a recommendation nowhere ..r.a .
'I | ers of America, sowed rye grass 3' The approximately two inches ,
2.TO and went some 700 feet down i The boys on the motorcycle werei i I patrons because of the high quali- j I on the Bradford County Hospital 1 I ;; registered in the two-day period The plaintiff alleges that this
the unpaved lane before the car' I II ty of merchandise and nationally j exceeded was uttered in a "loud] and acv
week. I
| behind the last car and. since they ; grounds last the total recorded at' ,I
to travel another advertised lines that are carried. !i iI '' 4
swung sideways i had no lights. Tatum evidentlyfailed The State Farm Community irthe[ State Prison for the entire ('using'olce in the presence of
60 75: feet before i its. Mr. Graham extends a cordial ;
or starting i t! Club gave $35 and Starke Chapter months of November and De- divers !
person meaning
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a a'I
multiple] overturn. to see them. The collisioncompletely invitation to old friends and new '
'. 24 Order of the Eastern Star r'cember only 1.32 inches. The ,
tc visit the store and take advant- thereby to charge plaintiff 4i
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Miss Glisson, daughter of Mr. wrecked the motorcycle ,: gave $55 for equipment I Camp Blanding station recorded I
?nd Mrs. H. H. Glisson of Starke,, : and damaged Tatum's car age of the outstanding anniversary Ibargalr.s | : a total! of 2.45 inches during November "as being dishonest and athief
I that are being offered. and with ,
larcenies of
is reported out of immediate danger about $300 worth. and December. j jI
'cent BirthsMr. I monies from .
but her injuries serious and '
are Driving the motorcycle] was Garland Singer Frank Boggs I Although] 1955 was another i register."
include head concussion and .
a E. Goudy. 18, of Halifax, Pa., and Mrs. V. I* Starling of f : "dry year" in the cycle that seems I Mrs. '
fractured vertebrae. She Sweat further alleges that
was: Appearing Friday Lawtey announce the birth of a ;; to be holding] sway in this area, I'i
: who received a broken right'arm by reason of such !
thrown out of the car and was un- I accusations she
At Park-of-Palms son. Vernon Leo on Jan. IS at ;j it was a little wetter than 1954.i .
conscious when the ambulance ar in the accident. lib rider Earl was "greatly damaged and pre-
the Doctors Hospital. i i according to records at both sta-1
rived to take her to Alachua General Edwin Grosser, 19. also of Halifax, Frank Boggs. internationally | lion!' i iI judiced in her good name fame. .y

Hospital. : was not seriously injured. known Gospel bass singer, will be || !Ir. and Mrs. William Haas o fj 1 For 1954; the State Prison credit and reputation and suffered #. f

Manning, who had been employed Musgrove said the boys were heard in concert at Park-of-the- ,j Starke announce the birth of 11 recorded a total rainfall of 37.051 anj endured great mental] and

/ as chef at the bus station cafe, charged with "improper headlight. Palms tonight Friday) at 7:30 j daughter, Jennifer Ann, on Jan inches, while 1955 came through i embarrassment.physical] pain, humiliation. and

I-eived a broken toe, and mul- requirements" They also had an o'clock. Admission is free. i ij 21 at the Starke Maternity Hos- ,'V with 4101.

1I'le i cuts and bruises. His Buick 1 "expired" 1954 Kentucky tag. j Mr. Boggs, who sang at the !'pital. | The Camp Blanding] station rei Mrs Sweat is represented by WEKK: COrXTED In the election of three directors by (seat

ied.m: was a total loss. He is They had no money and were ;, Coronation of the Queen of i i corded 35.S9! in 1954, 3S11 attorneys T. A. Yawn and Williams pd. left to
and ; right) Russell Green, Brooker Mrs. Carlton 1'-
Eng-I ; Clark,
charged with driving on the j treated for their injuries by local land is currently serving Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Faulk of'j j for ]945.f' j I and Futch .
j Middleburg A A.
wrong side of the road, and wasideased ', doctors before being lodged in the minister of :Music at the First Jacksonville announce the b.rth o I Totals for the two were I' ; Malmgren. Keystone Heights; and S. S. Gibbon,

Wednesday under $250 < ounty jailGoudy's Baptist Church in Tallahassee. twins a boy and a girl, on Jan. 23 J j considerably less than years the annual:[ C of C President Archer. !Standing: Inspector Henry L Gray, Gainesville; and 10t..rl'.tt'tl -

bond returnable to Countv bund was set at $50. onlooker, Bud Anthony Clay .!<'<'trie
Monday His recordings for Word Records /in the Florida Baptist Hospital., average Of 48.29 inches )recorded j I i Protests public relation of-

Judge T. A. Yawn. Grosser was ('hargedith vagrancy Inc. of Waco. Texas are among Jacksonville. Maternal grandparents :, at the Camp Blanding Station j OmissionOf fkial.U three directors, whose terms were expiring, were reelected -

Two Roys Injured and his bond set at the the top in popularity among !sacred are Mr. and Mrs. h..ieCarter s'for! the seven-year period. 1918- 301 From MapGuy : S. Bryan Jennings, C. X. Smith, and Sam Buie.

Stave Trooper Carlos Musgrove. same amount. recordings. Sr, 1954.

Andrews, president of the' Exhibit Material ,Fire Setter

I Successful Grower Loves Those ;, Chamber ed the following of Commerce letter, has to mail.the I Leaves For Fair Faces Charges

Strawberry 90's"My
'| editors"Sirs: of Life magazine- *Saturday Morning In i Union County

patch of 50.000 berry V "In your Jan. 23. 1956 issue, in The Chamber of Commerce will Albert] (Buck Smith of the

plants is about as pretty as I've : I the. Article on "Sunny Florida," !i again have an exhibit at the State i: Lake Providence section of Union
ever seen, considering the weather page you a map with j fair in Tampa with many ]local County is free
_il I Iir% three main under $1.000 bond
& highways coming i into
Griffis last
Pete said *
II ndustries being represented. Any I while
f"I'n the State. facing charges of
describing his planting, whichis U. S Highway 301, one wilfully
j'firm wishing to show its products and
the Jnost
Of traveled intentionally
]located on the Griffis Loop routes In I I setting a woods
Florida with some 5.000 in the Bradford County exhibit fire. This is
road, southeast of Starke."If cars per a felony and is pun-
day. was not shown. may make arrangements by I ishable
it he by
warms up some up to five years in the
"?ince U. S. 301 is the most ,' *'ailingthe C of C office before
addede'll be berries
picking; I rLson. in Walton
popular route from the North j Saturday morning. All material County
about weeks.: i
in eight last
He idled the throttle of his coming: into Florida, I think you'''ml] be transported to Tamp on I week a man convicted on

owe it to the traveling publics day. j I this charge was given the maxi
tiacior: down and gave the following I
story on his berry planting t<"
first! principal town on Highway 1 wishing to have their cards passed -, Smith was charged with start

Wi after i it enters the state of out at the Fair may call the C i JJig
l a woods
Pete is sold on the Flond.i 90 fire on the J. J
Florida and also deserves! being,:: : o jt C office or leave them at rhl
Bielling ]
He cites last year's experience :; plate near Pn-videntr
shown all office before Saturday noon.
...,, on maps. ,
uith both 90's and Missionaries .>"'!' Prompt action by the Union
1't' Members of the Woman's Cub;
.. County fire
o t''plainhy. ..... .. .. \ the C of C office ranger prevented sen
-:; :000-:; -T---i .... ,11kfep open ous
"Last I had -V thousand Occupational Permits I II danger. The ranger was clow
year Fair Week so that: :,{ .
luring r*
: i ?re.t! believer m using BRE.\KI.Vti fiKOrxn for spring planting i U Pete Griffis (left) whofaniiH far from the well to use the oat : by when the fIre started and
he related] "of
;plants only Long Past Due Marian Howe executive secretary, .
naidwnod tshes for berries he IIIplate] on (Griff. Ixiop southeast of Starke. His medium I plowed it under before flamta
IS thousand were W's On try ei in 'irst these I se'enrates explained I use that and steamed >ire! tractor Is pulling a disc, ]loaded with cement blocks for better We used ; could spread in the dry grass\ -t(1<
picking of got bonemeal plants! water on the on(e A drive to collect city occupa-e, entire time Mrs. Howe will be
::0 make
,- ; on the second picking. Igot and on the producing my patch runners this j-vnrtration. At right, IVto's brother Leo Griffis. examines one of that you see growing, and th '
49 crates; and for the next ;j I[! year I have two tons of hardwood the ;0.000 Florida !t.O IxTrj plant, now being weeded M> mulch ('an' water saved almost all the planPee's ,'' i hast October 1. will begin Monday, :. Enis: while staying in Tamrx > Earnest Eubanks, mvestig. :'ur

five weeks I averaged from 3515 I ashes IM applied. | City Clerk Carl] Johns announced Mr... C. L. Scholl. president of for the Florida Forest Sen. ,.
: which I bought from I brother, Leo, who wa!s I
orates a picking from 18 thou- '! ye=terdav. He said that more: t Womans Club has the schedule, developed\ the evidence that
]local dealer
a ; first applica- i rauaed -
"an.! 90's which totalled as many i my are hoeing: them, anj will put. any plants this year if it wasn't hoeing the berries, said that las't than half of the licenses have been i if for !the volunteer assistants who
tion of fertilizer U the regular I Smith to be arrested, based nn
as I got from the whole field oft I 4-7-5 (40 cent but the mulch on this week. One i l for my little irrigation system. : year's crop was the best he eve r aid. but many are still delinquent. ,sill staff the office from Jan TX)
organic on '
: thousand: Missionaries." :1 the second per and third applications j thing I find important is to work First thing is that it saved my ,, saw. He said that Pete and Vas-1 I All local business operators areas t thmigh Feb. 11. I plaster casts of footprints ar,:

Pete told] how he raises berries. T use 3-S-S. the berries often. This 1 is the runner patch and just about paid ;i co Forsythe picked as high i i; urged to pay their licenses over Local Boy Scouts. Future Faim- tire marks found in the virinu;*;

fifth hoeing the plants have refoi itself on that. And then three crates to the thousan lithe 1 i weekend before measures to ors, and Future Homemakers plant Smith will be tried at the :10',1'
, based about :30 years' expert- "The in l
? plants are very good ceived. ]later, when we set the berries plants and he believes that thi;s I j collect them have to be taken by 1 1i 1l :<> represent Bradford on their I term of circuit court ;n t':nr i

'n.'p shape now" he went" on. "and we "But we never would have had: the one plantir.g: we tried was too was just about a record l the city r respective: days at the Far. fountvr .

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editorialGoodbye .
Mutt to Broker un Sunday =-

Farmer's Diary LAWTEY\ and hal. dinner Ain! Mr ,,]lU i 'r.e1.I'! !. PhiihplxH .. ,... .. ; ,\ i.' ,j ... .' :!
f Mrs N C Mutt [ > ..!d Pr.\ k' .vi .' I: i-. "' \! \t I '

Air. Rubin (4 :; By Sam AlcGaney fly :31 r.. Joke T. l'utthlllllllllllllllllaLA Mr oral Mr.r L'; H.I'.I an: i i uvrv= .* .: ,'- I",. k.r .-"-\' .". .'''.. i

lUu.;h.er.: Mirgue-.te! enjowl I SatuI-!: St.! ..": I I..r r : .
I, A. the day iishiry in Riveron 'u Arrival I
) Crystal
\ Maybe we're and uns. and laIrs !t'.1, :v ::1'"V.
(On ', Mr. HlliIluhin. a Miami lawyer who not very good Mr. .
.\Ucnliim Saturday. and Mrs. V L Starling announce Mr 'hrl! ..
farmers but ( of Akron ohU : .. (
we sure can
Income for Florida what Seantor Joe grow
.1-piivd l to r Miss Elizabeth the ,
Terry arrival ..
The ladies will sell cakes spent of a ::1 .\ !' Plll lll'k' .. .
AlcCaithy tried to become for the nation, has let pine trees this year fast.Ed For cut a one Christmastree in the and candy m the old Gnffis building pies Friday night and aturdaGainl'S.ill' -\' in gil Lee. on Jan 19 ;n i>, '..: V; .s ., .. ...KU :"/:'.I: '.Iitaoiu \' I

it iJe known with his usual flair for headlines,, I i old truck garden and as that next door to the post office \ wish her sister. :Mrs Hospital Starke they welt s..ae.. I

that Inhas quit the Democratic Party and i is place was planted five years ago. Beginning at 10 o'clock Saturday. C E. Strickland, who has beep Mikon Clarke .,f Maedennyvisited Miami: uytone' Be,u'h 1 ..:-; j I

joining up with the Kepublicans that tree grew to a diameter of Jan. 2S. Proceeds v.be!\ donatedo ill for two weeks. the D B Thomas family other points of intep t -. I-.' !

It \va-5: Rubin! you may recall!, who with the about four inches in that short : the March of Dunes.Mr Timmy Waters pent Saturday last SundayC last weekend l

Messing1: of the then Department Commander of Talked to Leslie Greer. 0! time and Mr- O J. Boyette of in Maxvdle with his grandpaients. Y, Copeland was fishing in Mrs. Vt'dorao.ttk >: .1.) *,., '

the American Legion, :Mr. Joseph C. Jenkins of Brooker this we k, and he said I'aldosta Ga., and Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Buford Higginbc.h- XeaRiver last Friday and villa, and Mr. and Mrs M I'1.: i

ailwsdlll: was So soundly xjuelched by the he rouldn't see nUII'h sense to Signed up this week for Cost P..aymon.I11liamg Of Jacksonville am brought home a & lb.. 14 oz. bass Adams of Long Island :N: 1 i
Sharing Assistance of the \ visited the Ed Durban familv Jimmy Starling who has been Misses Doris and Shirley Tan- visited I
as Mr. .
and Mrs
Florida Legislature when he sought new laws to falming nowadays, because of part Frt',11. '1.
ast weekend stationed in :NorToiK Va visited
high costs and the low prices the Agricultural Conservation; Pro- ner spent the weekend in Jack- on Saturday. These la.h.-.- \' : h
holster his abortive one-man campaign of "lied with Mr and Mrs:! J. D. Clark and his parents. Mr and Mis Harold sonville with their Mrs ed
farmer receives. asked him if gram George Huggins.Ve sister with Mrs. M"ore N t.>:< !r.,
hunting" in Floiida. thr R'.pub'' ( ins are waking up plan to renovate two pastures and amily spent Sunday with the Starting, last week He left Monday Lois Tucker marriage

When our own Starke citizen, A. J. Thomas Jr., now with th, eleciicn.coming on put lime in three fields. George fitt New-some family in Bald'A'in. morning for Cuba : irs C. W Thomas and Miss Gayle Moore attended .1 .-.1 I :'

became Department Commander of the American and h*> said they h-i/en't d< re told us we'd have to get the pH Miss Patricia Parrish spent the 1'ionClub Jo'In.,1"oIan'h Laura Witcher were shopping ir.Jacksonville her PI1ry at the home J\1.: ..r. t

Legion last year, one of his early acts was to let anytni.i;; yet for the farmei ..! 1 up to 6.5 if we want to have any weekend in Ma.xville with hei :\ Of Dimes .Supjn"r Monday Mrs T\.fT: Jones; ro.ir Hi! "'u-

:Mr. Rubin know that his services were no longer he doubts if they ever will. success in growing legumes and grandparents, Mr and Mrs Fred A supper sponsored bthe. The Joe shuford f.ip'ih] of' S: : i-.t; Friday night31r ::

chairman of the Lt'gion'sAmericanim so it looks like we need) lime to Lang Lions Club for the purpose ot Augustine spent the weekendwith -, L.'ssie I ; (',iU! : >: ui i g.ii s.ui : : .
needed desired :
nor as \\> 1 iint...l some pepper heed do it. The E. J. Rauerson family raising money for the March ot Mrs John Sh,.:jnl ani Dale : >;h''Ai L.nd.i <.' n"f o' St II ".'
Committee a post to which the ere Sunday dinner Mr Dimes: was held at the schOo: Mr and Mr Lvnn Hanultind ,, ; ,
guests !
aru thicame jp all right; but Of ; 'p 'm: he\ \wet'Koril v-\'i M'- ::
:Miamian had been: appointed: by and was fillingto \ Mrs C. Cannon lunch room Thursday evening o1. Norman Haimr
now something is chewing the We really made George and ind B. in Starke .Ii Jack n... Eon.trd '. : i i.t E.mi. "
the evident satisfaction of Mr Jenkins Uubir '. ps off he seedlings Dl thinks the girls in his office work this Sunday guests of A. M. Blan- last wet-k The Club President. ,
blew his top and made hay with his old weapon ,it is m: and he has put smu.uit : week because we also got themto hard and Miss Enza, were Mrs Dave Shuford. acted as Master o: .:' .'' .- ir-:: :' -.--- .- .. ,.'-. ...,. ._.-_.... CA.. _":"' -'t.t-"

the headlines in the Miami daily newspapers. He : Oat' WI' them have the soil analyzed in four John (Aunt Smithy) McLeod, Mr Ceremonies Music was furnished i

tried to "smear" Commander Thomas, as he had of our fields, with this result: and Mrs Williams of Melrose by the Bradford High Band lustspeaker WH- fp (

tried to !smear so manyothers, and ran with his Well, it was still air-ish" tnis The soil is too acid in three of Mrs :Nell Howsley. and Miss for L theev'nm Patten of S'arke rr CI'IIIIII
week, and we're beginning ta the fields but just about rightin Arthurine Blanchard of Jacksonville Judge George
tale of "persl'lution" to Legion headquarters ir were Supt. and Mrs
Other guests
wonder if it is ever going to the field where we have our .
Washington.To warm up again. Our berry plants berries. However, the tests Mr and Mrs. L. P Rafuse and Harmon Morgan, and son Buddy

the everlasting credit of our young Starkeite. just sit out there in the field! showed that our soil is very deficient daughter Joan, and granddaughter. Mr and Mrs. Charles DaibJ

Thomas stood pat, and fired back at Rubin shivering. Every time they send in potash, fairly good in Shelia :Norman, visited the R Kelly. Sheriff P. D Reddish
and his sensational methods of dealing with .Communism up a leaf bud or blossom bud. phosphorus}' low in nitrogen. O J. Raulersons in Jarksonvill; and Fate Brown. Th supper
In two of the fields there is a Thursday. quite a success
in Florida. His position was ultimately' along comes another frost, and 1I1 ;11Sl.hool
of calcium thesame Mr and Mrs James Milliard Pupils of the
deficiency and
We notice tna
down go.
National of the
upheld by the headquarters collected $93 for the
even Edwin Starling's plantingisn't is true with regard to magnesium and family of Flagler Beach were
and Rubin remained out of his,
American Legion ; and of Dimes.
looking fls good: a* it did Looks like we're goingto Sunday dinner guests of Mr. March
beloved spot as Florida's No. 1 Red-baiter several weeks ago because of the have to buy a fertilizer company Mrs Carl Hilliard\ Monday and Tuesday of next

Now Mr. Rubin has announced that he is leaving cold weather Recent guests of Mrs. GeorgiaAnn week are the days chosen fll: the
Mr. and Mrs. Mothers March on PolioMr
the Democratic Party because he "got fed up Sapp were
Surveyed the damage to our Everitt Burney and Mi and :Mrs. and Mrs Frank Crmt announce
Luther and
with the wishy-washy speeches" of Adlai Stevenson Hear that Hilli.iru '.heildaughtE'r.
Estes Kefauver, and Averell Harriman. II> Leaton Morgan put some lime out crops after the last cold spell Bill Burney and family of Jacksonville the. Bernice marriage, to EmorDun of Which Triplet Trades At Koch's?
but (which seems to be still hangingon .
in their berry beds, and all
announced plans for seeking a "national office'as their result ) and found that our cabbageshave Mrs Willie Griffis has the flu can of Tallahassee. The wedding
killer| plants as a
a Republican! Guess! that just about shows how come through; pretty goixl and his been confined to her took place in Folkston. Ga on The one on the left. Right? Right! There

Somehow, we feel that the Democratic Part; tough it is getting to riisper- so far but that a lot of the vo-mg home for a week. Those visitingher ; Wednesday. Jan. 1*. They: are

will survive this terrible blow just as Commander ries around here, for if there are seedling have just shivered themselves on Sunday were :Mrs. Madeline living! at present with: the Cruce could be several reasons for that foot-wide

Thomas survived the slings and arrowsthat two men who rPallv knew strawberry to death. Even the spinach Prevail and daughter: Of the family.
which should stand lots of State Farm Mr. and Mrs J. B Mr. and Mrs Frank Lyle wer happy Either she
were fired his way by the 'Miami: menace.! growing it is those two. grin. is sitting on a fea-
co'd weather is showing bad ef Bradley and Mr. and Mrs Lloyd shopping in Jacksonville! :
Perhaps Ellis will really be happier in the Republican -

Party, although we doubt that the Republicans Hnjoved meeting and talking fects.sometime But we-guess it always! it will 1m'Talk warm Guffus Mr and and Mrs.daughter R. W., Bettie.Sapp anJ d.iv H R Crawford of Jacksonvillewas ther ; figuring her income tax rebate OR,

will l be happier with him. At least hand to C. C. Cannon, retired railroad: up Mrs. Annie Stevens of Jacksonville a weekend guest of the Jirk

Joe McCarthy can get together and cry on engineer, who lives at Hampton.He about your queer sights'; were Sunday dinner guests Crawford family. and this is the REAL reason, she has just

often at the said that he and his wife Mrs. Arthur Pearce ?tr. Mrs. Carl Edwards anddaughter
one another's shoulder, ever so ungratefulness prefer This week we saw a pig/ being of Mr. Pnd and
of their fellow' citizens who refuseto living in this area to Miami with puppiesThe Mrs. :Nellie Osteen of) Tampa of Gainesville visited returned from a shopping spree in our store.
by a dog
"saved" by men of their ilk. and there are lots more who Mrs Lou Norman of Heilbronn, Mrs Leona Edwards on Sunday
runt gilt was being raised on and Mrs. Eve Godwin of Starkevisited They were all dinner guests of WE'VE got values galore and much, much
agree with him on that. He also a bottle when she got acquaintedwith
Mrs. Mary Redden last
told Of raising green beans last the pur pies. They invited w'i'n--r-ht;
'Brink' PoliticsIt week. more. Check today's specials and see whatwe
The of year. and getting so many that her to come have dinner with Mr and Mrs Marshall Molt Farm.
he didn't know what to do wth them and so now mammy dog Mrs Bruce Noinot
and son of Brooker were Friday Mr and
must be getting near election time again, them all. has another "puppy" to raise evening dinner guests of Mr. and ksonville: \ visited Mr and Mrs mean.

The Republicans (after almost four years in office Mrs Ear Wilkinson.C. Pith Wilkerson and Herman Pnn

) have just discovered that the farmer need I. Overturf of 5brke'isitl'd pie on Sunday TIlIIi 1.17t3

help and are going to save him pronto from th KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS the Truman Norman family on The O. G. Dixon family had :<- .

brink of bankruptcy. And now Life magazinlets Thursday evening "nests' this weekend Mrs M
tty Mary Kay Phone Keystone: 41271TA ] '
Mrs Bryant Rpctbh"nt *" Gill of ..Ta'ksonvillirul F Ii;: .
us in on a little secret that three times, no<
Tallahassee'! on Wednesday to visit rf P.IackFbear. GaMr ANY DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FIllED
less, in the last year or so. Secretary of Stat< .
alerting UM-II will be peri trmam by the her son-in-l.nw and di'ishter. Mr and Mrs O J Phl'idau :(': 'Hi
John Foster Dulles has saved us from the "brinlof The tease world situation, high- various" more-talented children. An.., Mrs Jack Pons. }Ir. Reddish <-Ver. Ola Mae and son Pen

war." powered fast living, and the I'nse.s will be awarded for the lirt'.p o\'pr for the weekend and '1" Miss Katherine Io'Pa.Int! 1

Life says that Mr. Dulles said; so himself. Mr. lifting[ population are reasons prettiest costumes and the best rollt"ht Mrs Reddish home Bill Raskins spent Saturday eve .

Dulles when questioned before 'he'd read tb for emotional instability in toil performances Refreshments will Mr and Mrs Ed
article wasn't quite sure what Life had !said he< IY's children said Sidney L. also be served by the ladies of the .....- .
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Home General Supervisor of instruction church.All -"I'QP"V';; 1 k.
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said; but made a mental note to read and find< -.
in Clay County'sSchools you boys and girls be thinking -
out. When questioned after he'd read the articlehe ,
at a M-cent PTA meeting. of a costume for the parade.IriIeTolle .
allowed as how he hadn't said just what Lif To counteract this, parents Honored W1@r I

said he said, but didn't think it needed correcting should exercise patience, build up Friday e'eningJan.. 20. at 7:30. !1i'4uLr4 J "'r l

President Eisenhower, at last report hadn't read< the confidence of the children, Miss Dorothy Ownbey whose y J

the article at all, but was sure that Dulles wa praise where praise is due and wedding will be' an event of Feb.

right whatever he said or had not said. To add not drive a child to do something 11. was honored at a shower given New Chevrolet Task-Force Trucks for 156b. !
fantastic situation he us not fitted for in order to by Mrs. Lester Beasley Mrs. \
more fantasy to an already
ambitions. Davis and Mrs. Frank
satisfy parental ,
Henry Luce publisher of Life, apologized for th"emphasis"
Mr. Home's speech was the Jones at the Beasley home.
that the magazine apparently put in .. -. 'r1 rA J I
highlight of an interesting/ and The party rooms were beauti- .
the wrong places. Up to now the writer of the informative program Tuesday fully decorated with pink gladioli '. .,. .,.,.. .#; ": ..;?%.,..'
article hasn't been heard from. Perhaps he': night Jan 17. at the school auditorium and the bride-to-be was presenteda xfi't"""'" _'-.,. "..""<_.'_..,_ #'a'Y>;, '

left the country. corsage of pink carnations s a Sic'3; : w A I': .f.

the walk that Dulles and The invocation by Gifts were brought; to the guest '. .. ,I .. :,. .
tight was given ... '
Funny as rope} ., {;
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Life have been doing might be, the fact remain: Kiitl Sacher, who reminded the of honor in a little pinktrimmedcart "'-'Et: ;; ," -:::' *,....... -. .......-. I' 'v. ;'''.' : ......

that the inept way this incident was handled i is members (since emotional health complete with a bride-doll < ; ;,...,... '::: -"m. '-t _, / -' ')l! ,
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and the :;..:. : _
was the subject) that disciplineis Games were played .. : : '
Life to ,
print '
matter. So was w. ,
no laughing eager Mrs. 1.:"' :wn ..ii
in Miss j Ownbey .y r. .
the most important thing winners were .: : ,
a pre-campaign blurb for the Republican Party the lift uf a child. He added that Marie Parker. and Mrs. Ruth f

that it attributed! "brink of \\"ar"statements tithe ">!f-restraint, rather than self- Mitchell. --

secretary, which, if he said at all. he did nol expression should be emphasizedAlso Refreshments were served consisting s3

intend to have the implications that were place present was Commander of individual decorated 1 s E

on them by the magazine This does not excust Moore: of the Green Cove Springs pink and white tea cakes basketsof ;

Mr Dul'es! : however, from his admitted failure ti Naval Station, who spoke in be- pink mints tea coffee and as
Such casual half of th' March of Dimes He sorted soft drink.
read! the article before publication.
:iV,, showed a film, entitled "R;>- Those who enjoyed the evening
i is
of foreign policy
in dealing! with matters
nets the three
which the Miss
me'nbei Me, provided with Ownbey and
hard to underhand.Walter n'd' adage that a picture is worthi hostesses were Mrs Vera Own-

Lippman who is certainly no Demo : thousand words. Commander bey, mother( of the bride), Mrs

iratic partisan, says: "The article has dom Moore had with him the Clay Arcena Wilson, Mrs. Mamie Ellis.

damage to the country and to Mr. Dulles') own County Polio Mother of the Year. Mrs. Miriam Brice, Mrs. Ruby

usefulness secretary of state He has provided :'[Williams, who told of someof Tyre Mrs. Marie Camp Mrs. Ruth / /

the :Soviet: propaganda with a text which l is ht-r experiences in polio hospitals Mitchell, Mrs. Gertrude Link, Mrs [ MYAeti
Ni-ahe Rich Mrs. Mane Parker,
,hfor bonanza: The exasperating: tiling shout it ,
xta-at. qart 'ess va
the Ross, Mrs. Lucille I
Miss Mansfield's room won Mrs Thelma
is that whereas ordinarily have to content for best representation }Foster Mrs. Isabelle Davis, andMrs. ,. ., ." '.' "
with untruths that others tell about us. here wt prize ", ..
Coffee and doughnuts were served :! Irma Altman. _. .., .. : A :
have to contend with half-truths that are tanta in the lunchroom. after adjournment Little Martin Kendrick Belote '-

mount to untruths put out by the secretary of| has arrived at the home of his '. "

Mate himself Club IM.ins Diner parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill Belote. ,
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Those are harsh words, especially coming from St. William's Catholic Club met after spending a few extra daysin "" -
Wednes- General Hospital following ;
)Ir. LippmanLife's 11tht' Recreation Hall Alachua "
U\ evening, Jan 18 The main his mother's dismissal. It ',. '
little }pro-campaign blurb fur the Administration < :,.
topu- of discussion was the dance was just a matter of getting him '"
and Mr Dulles has backfired, but :.
which will be held on Feb 11 at started in life "on the right foot"Iformula : # : :
l ,
g-ood. The most: charitable thing/ that can he said the Skytel It will be a Valen i etc.) and finally his ;-':, ,"J--l

of the Secretary is that he was unaware of what tine's Dance, and there are a brother and sisters are !getting,: a

was going into the article, even though/ it pretended number of special features which chance to admire him.

to quote him directly. Such unawareness, should make: it most interestingto :: Successful Bake Sales Now there are more reasons than ever why

under the circumstances, is a serious indictmentin : overyoie Mis Joseph Pawli- Thursday, as everyone knows.was ,

itself kmvski is general chairman. Tickets the annual meeting of Clay anda anything less is an old-fashioned truck !
will be on sale this week. Electric in Keystone Heights

\ number of worth-while door bake sale was held by both J
DOES EDUCATION; PAY Yes. says the Kip prizes will be given away Sr the Woman's Club and the PTA.

linger Letter. The average elementary !schoo come and bring your best girl Both sales were decidely successful -

graduate will earn $116.000 in a lifetime; the and you girls don't forget this if anj both were completelysold

average 'high school l graduate $165,000 ; and the Leap Year So you can come and out. Mrs. Voyle Manown, 'Fast Facts About New

average college graduate $:!68OOO. bring your best beau The dance and Mrs. Allen Dean the presi- An automatic transmission for every series! A super-efficient, short- 56 Task-Force Trucks

will begin I\t 8 p. m.hlldl"ffi't dent and vice-president of the A Modem, Short-Stroke V8 for Every
Gra. PTA were cochairmenof stroke V8 for every modell! Higher powered, higher compression 6'sl
FASTEST GROWING Arizona Deleware. Florida ( Keystone Model More Powerful VolYe-in-
Another big event of Fe1) i'will the PTA sale, while Mrs. Sara New, higher capacity! Come in and see all the new things that'll Head Sixes An Automatic Drive for
Nevada and New :Mexico at the of
are top children was chairman in chargeof
\ be the Mardi Gras for McDonald Every Series New Five-Speed Syn-
the list in rate of population growth. The Pacific sponsored by the Episcopal the Woman's Club sale. whittle, down hauling' time and slice' your costs! ihro-Mesh( Transmissiont High-level

('oast has slowed down a bit in the past four Church This will b' the first These ladies would like to Ventilation Concealed Safety Step

years and didn't grow quite as fast as it did fron affair of this sort, and they thank all those who donated to New '56 Chevrolet trucks bring you up to a hefty 19500lb. G.V.W. Tubeless Tires, Standard on All Models

1940 to 1950.;; Florida with a gain of 19 per cent will take place annually hereafter the sales especially those who new power-a shortstroke8' for Then there's an automatic trans- Fresh, Functional Work Styling.

has edged out California which grew IS l ivr cent It will be from :2 until 5 happened to be members of both every model, and higher compression mission for every series a wider *1'8 itoniiard t.Cf. models an extra

in the past four years P m. and will start with a para;!. organizations. 6's that pack a bigger power punch range of Hydra-Matict models, plus cost option in all othen. Optional at
F.'PrrhilJ in town is asked to Mrs. Oscar Rich is a patientat extra row In a ride range of mo4elt.
than Powermatict
ever a new six-speed heavy-
b .._.:: .... S.wGerY WA.etlA;: ..S14daBCiF. : : participate, and the best part is Riverside Hospital having -
And you can haul bigger loads! duty automatic.
that it is all FREE! gone in for surgery last Monday.
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH These Chevrolet trucks rated Come in and look 'em I
EST 1879FLORIDA'S After the paradea kin?; and Everett Fox was expected to new are over

ouwn will be selected. To qualify. come home from Doctor's Hos-
I ouotsr WEEKLY NEWSPAPER \ :Le! kin? or queen candidate, a boy pital in Starke this week.

I PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLV or pin rw't be in he Sth grade Mrs. Eud Anthony attended the RA ILIFF CHEVROLET CO.Vest

UNDER THE SAME MASTHEAD, Names of the judges will be an- funeral of her grandmother, Mrs
1 1"n..Pd later II R. Peach of Gainesville, who

.. ', Bl tiI...t.rC$ ,,,,nAY ASD E..TEorD AS SECOND CLASS F'wn', ; the ,pl""n "r 'heVint. ,!'iH! early Wednesday morning
. V.I'- THf POST OFFICE AT StARKE FLORIDA U' DEBt tti.s..ill .where c"lr', TI" i1" and was buried Thursday \ Call St. Starke Fla. Phone 111
Air ,.. MARCH 3. 1879 . ,
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",..v.yvnv..m.rmv Tense Drama Coming to Florida

BROOKERBy NORTH SIDE HIGHLANDUy trillions!! know A&P's constant low pace policy/ helps them.. redi r rI I

i By Mrs. Oscar CarterAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Sirs. Lacy ;donna I
Mrs. E. B. Castlen .
" I Rev. Bullard of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moselyof
\ MI.*U spend
Jacksonville the weekend
I preached here Sunday morning spent i
The WMU of the Brooker Ba[ 1 and evening. He was accompanied: here with the L. M. Normans

list met at t* Church Friday !Iby a quartet who sang several,, Janette Griffis of Jacksonville .

afternoon. 0. .e program were 1 numbers. Everyone enjoyed it' spent Sunday with her :n"thi-i. ,, tT I IA
Mrs. I. L. D}..., Mrs. II. C. Douglas 'I :
,, u-ry much. Mrs. Callie (Iriffis.Mr. lessl
and Mrs. M. O. Harrell better.
I, The Fred Laniers had as Sunday |I and Mrs. W. C. Ilardt-e and ,
guests the James Waters children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ,
The GA and Sunbeam Band:
family of Lake City, Mrs. Joe II Mosley, and Miss :Maggie Crews
met at the church Thursday afternoon S
\1 1i l "F+ i Mi-Gee of Jacksonville, and Mrs. were in Callahan Sunday afti-r-
with total of 35 :
a in a a1
: Walker McGee and daughter of I II j noon visiting the Oscar VansantsMr.
ndcnce. Mrs. Wilson Green,
I Starke I i and Mrs. Harry Taylor and &: I' < )uh I, r'lw.M: t Quality
new Sunbeam Band leader, has
now enrolled 12 youngsters who : Mrs. G. L. Sapp, Joan and i son of .:'tliddleburg'jted the Lf.-ueur Young Early Tiny POTATOES 18-0 can 19c
'Johnny Scott Mrs. Dora Clark, j Lacey Normans and the E ('
1. The children
f frey : and P. B. Johns are on the sick ; Harvey family Sunday afternoon ,
were community served center refreshments provided at the by; i r r list. We wish them a speedy re : Several here got their e iris PEAS E S Quality

Mrs. G. E. Green. ,*. y- I covery. I pins at the church Sunday for not'i SJUERKR"( '1-Ib can 17c

Contest Winner AnnouncedThe sta ,,, The Harold Normans visited| missing a Sunday In :hree I I
homeroom his parents, the Leon Normans, months Yearly pins will be l-Ib Can
contest the ti
among 1 in Miami last week. i awarded on Sunday, Jan. 29. 2SC A&P Own Finest Quality WHOLE
of the school children, for I
the Polio Drive ended Monday; ", 'A. Mrs. Maggie Clemons of Heil- I Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett and TOMATOESoxeon 25c I
bronn was the of'I son of Raiford were dinner guest.--
with the 1st and 2nd grades win I guest Sunday
ning with a total of $12: 3rd and .' J. her sister-in-law. Mrs. J. S. Nor i iI of the Lacey Normans Monday.Mrs. I .
4th grades a total of $6.60: 5th <;or' 4,1 man. I Dick Starling and children -- SWAXSUX HONEDCHICKEN
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and 6th grades, 57; 7th and 6tl Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Sheldon of I of Heiltronn were dinner guests 5-oz can 33c
grades $2.40; making a total o[ Camden, Mich visited the Oscar I of the L. M. Normans Sunday and I' I

$28. We are grateful to all who Carters several days last attended church. Lesueur Shoe Peg White
ANN FAi.F: Tender 1 Cooked I Mb
helped make this drive a success. While here, the Carters and their j with their son and daughter-in- I Can

The winners will be honored will guests visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill I law. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Johns. PORK & BEANS 3'' 35c
Wilson in Jacksonville.Mrs. CORN
a party in the school lunch room I Mrs. Edna Harley of Heilbronn :

/ Friday Jan. 27.Marshmallow Humphrey Bogart, leader of a trio of brutal escaped convictsholds Purvis Green and Mrs. section was the Sunday dinner ,
ANN -.
; Roa.itLittle I Mary Murphy and her parents hostage in their own home in Charles Crews of Heilbronn visit I guests of her daughter Mrs Jimmy tan

Marcia and Nancy Greer'' "The Desperate Hours.;. coming to the Florida Theatre this Sunday. I ed their sister, Mrs. Earl Crawford I Ga. kins. I J2-oz Can SPAGHETTI 3 far 35c
spent the night with Regenia and one day last week. j Mrs. Oscar Carter Mrs.! J S I 2 29C
Romonia Harrell Friday and wer I Port News, Va. I visited Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Bazarin I Jerry Witeher returned from !' Norman, and Mrs. Lula Norman I
Mild i and Mellow I COFFEE
honored with a marshmallow Mrs. Bishop Thomas entertained : Jacksonville Sunday the veterans hospital in Lake visited Jerry Wit('her in the Lak I

roast which they enjoyed very I with a birthday dinner honor- Sorry to hear that Pete lodge City last Sunday.Mr. City hospital and Mrs Grace EIGHT O'CLOCK 1-lb bag 75cWhite

much thanks to mommy Mrs. I ing her father, H. H. Lewis of is in Doctors Hospital with pneu- and Mrs. P B. Johns spent Norris in LaCrosse on Thursday -- ---"-' ---. -.-..- '-- -'
Guy Harrell. I monia. Hope he will soon be well last Friday night in Jacksonville ,of last week.
Starke, Sunday at her home. Ht.UMXonFat Dry INSTANT
Garden Club Meet* again. -I
The Brooker Garden Club metin Those attending were Mr. and those Jim Dandy EnrichedGRITS MILK 9 cfn
Among attending the Coop -0% 23C
H. H. Lewis :Mr.: and Mrs.
the center Friday COMIA/ /

night. Plans were made at to put the Starke W. C. Mr.Conner and and Mrs.daughter Sam Taylor of I were meeting the Russell in Keystone Green Thursday family. YOUR. BUILDING I i s : (

wild myrtle as a hedge and children the Guy Parrish family Mrs. G. : NEEDS T ) i5
Mrs. T of LaCrosse, Mr. i MARGARINE"'rt7-lb
back of the city park.
B. Colson Baud Crews, Mrs. Lot- : ctn 17c
W. Markey was made chairmanof and children Mrs., and Woodrow Jessie Thomas.Thomas and tie Edwards, Mrs. Rosa Pinhol- WE CAN SUPPLY )' I _

-cal this aid committee was given and her the for finan-this Calling on the Benny ThomasSr. ster. Mrs. Nora Sapp Mrs. Aubrey i OUR. SERVICE \\V/2-lbPkg 1 |
j Hazen, Mrs. H. E. Stokes OC
now purpose.for The making club is corsages making plans i'or I Mrs.family Clarence Sunday Thomas were Mr.Janet and !I and Sd..1t.1 Mrs.New II., E. Stokes Jr. 7 L EVAPU'r: iLK'ur3si; cans 36c

Easter Mother's Day. So taka and Mr. and Mrs. Benny -
Thomas Jr. of Gainesville. I John Burr principal took the IS
order in early. VERY .
and I ilETTl: f'RU'KEUMixFor; :
note get -
your -- -
boost will Guests of Mr. and Mrs H. H. "th: and Sth grades on an interesting Ai .. __ ,,_ ____ .... .
be Also the another minstrel financial which will be of- Wait this week are: Wallace I trip to Starke Tuesday to i SPRY PIE CRUST 2-9-oz pkgs 33c
inspect the houses being con
Bulger *
Lee Reeves of and Kenny Wait of Cas- I
fered soon.
very sadagna, N. Y. and Dale Barmoreof i structed at Saratoga Heights. The II
will be here Feb. 1
Tifton, Ca. I SWANSON
Gerry, N. YMr. i students inspected the different -0.
A&P Whole
Fri- Fancy Tiny
for -
for rehearsal. Hostesses -
night were: Mrs. Frank Tin- and Mrs. M. O. Harrell. i arrangements of the interiors and -- .-. ..-. BONED TURKEY 2 *-* 59cMILLOIIOMK
day / Mrs. Buelah Harrell.) Mrs. J. C. later in class had to draw plan I
Mrs. II. C. Douglas: and Mrs. I T
Wilson ney Green. Harrell and children and Mr. and and give details of what they saw I II BEE[ F: 5 : Tl'RNIPGREENS
I Mrs. Wade Harrell attended the I and what changes they would :

Xoliee If you have not already done Birthday: dinner for Mrs. Ida make. I $ ; ; 2 '2-oz 23c
tho Weeks in anta Fe Sunday.S. i The CA girls have been selling
so, please register,: to'ote in i
election I. Edwards of Tampa wa peanuts for the fight against! p SERVICEBUILDER.t l-lbCan
coming election. For city at the overnight guest of the Z. W polio at school this week, :IJd,) iliy- J i 1 1SC MAin i.RAX D
the books are now open fUPPUEfSTAR ($
he J W. rinholster's store: other Hamiltor.5 Sunday ni rht. ing a gOOd job, too. 1 r RGGOCD Ji-lbcans 53C
James H.irreli attended the Sure was a big wildcat C I.

B elections('ol!'.,"the store.hooks are Registration ai the G./I/ game :the Globe Trotters; plivednt Atkinson: and grandson: Ptt: !k,1',' .'I.; (f 43 :i.tlt Al.kpd I II 'ifiMr : itwo.

Gainesville Saturday ni .'M. Fnday.: Mr. Atkinson; .- ixl>I .
books will bo closed Saturday. I
will be Claude Prescott and children veighed 25 I pounds. "i

Jan Feb 21 14 to Citv elect election one Mayor, one I' -. -- I I If. ito 14 Ib Avg Lb

Town two Councilmen.Clerk one Marshall f.I'f'. :."'. ."I'- -. '' ," I

onstniftion! Of Interest :J .".. .
1 .
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We are happy to see Mr. andMrs. ..'": ,. I "Super-Right" Western Small Lean All Good Brand Sugar Cured Sliced
G. E. Green helping out '
lp.d. '
community by doing a great servo : : :

ice for us. Construction is now I ...{ ,"h.

underway, in concrete, for a res- i .... Lb
taurant. It will have a soda ,:, .. .. ; Jlf.L..I/'. ., y :..A.,'y'. ,_ ".'.. SPARE RIBS 19C BACON 3SC
,.. .: n. ;=:> : .. v
!.. ., ..., .. J' .
will A.
serve .
fountain, booths, and -' /:'.'. vI'; ". 'r- .. .f'" <' ',. I
{A: .. ,, : .. .. : i
both short orders and completedinners. ,; ;:.... _. .
.. -"t" 'i' ; .. : ... I
The exact opening date -.. ',,: '. .. .... : 'd'J.+'''' I Frozen Boneless' Flounder Lb box ( All Meat
-al: > ; Quick
.... ..:.". .. '
.,> .. "p .
time. '; ,, ... I
cannot be revealed at this ... $ M. 'M.'" ... .rE$. ".'.'',-'A.._... ."'";' f!. ."A" i" ". TI

This is something that our com "WN: ,r ," I..I.." ..'. ,_.,_"'.".. ..,..' A._ ... UOiOhCNA Lb
need for as .n '
munity has a great FILLETS 33C Mc II
there is not a public eating place
here. Mr. and Mrs. Green are

also building two rental houses
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These j- --
houses near Green's will be Grocery made store of concrete'I I,, *.'- .. -. --- -. _- -"-- -- ..-" ,- - _._ -'.---- ---- -- -- --.. .-_--. "_'-._-.,

will both have three bed- I'
and rooms. We are most brateful to II I I, ANN PAGE ASP GARDEN .

the Greens for helping our community I I FRESH '

progress.Mr. I II I qt 47C
and Mrs. Lloyd Padgett PRODUCE.,,
were luncheon guests of Mr. and I l

Mrs. J L. Waters in Lake Butler ,,

Mr and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen I FIRM CRISPLETTUCE

took son Neil to Hope Haven tor I For

a check-up Monday. SOUP 4 35C 2 for 19c
L \. Mott Jr. and Jack Whitehead '

of Gainesville were Sunday i
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. i fiED; ROMEAPPLES .


Mr and Mrs. Ernest Russ and I I Sib bag 49c

Mrs. Kenneth Russ of I . Wit BeansN'.D.C
Mr and ,' ": :, "
Hampton visited\ Vance Russ in .....",,-- CHili 13C
the Attending hospital at services Orlando at the CHIEF TWO-DOOR CATALINA The ear says GO and the price won't flop you!

Church of Christ Sunday were Sib bag 29c
L. A. Mott: Sr. and PREM.
and Mrs.

and daughters Gainesville Mr Mrs. Myrtle Sandy Miss scarbough and Billie Jackie Warren,and of Pats more Power where it Counts SALTINES llbNOTICE 2SC FRESH RED EMPEROR

children of Worthington. GRAPES ib 13c
Dukes and
daughter of Lake Butler
visiting Mr and Mrs. E. RRUSS I OLDEN FIRM RIPE


and Mrs. M. Gano and clul-the j, BANANAS >Ib 12c I

of St. Augustine spent I ,
dren weekend with Mr. and Mrs. R. F.I They were born to go together, these two-the efficient 8.9 to 1 compression ratio to squeeze the

Gano Little Sherry Beth rev mighty Strato-Streak engine and the revolulast ounce of go out of every drop of gas with I LARGE STALK CRISP

mamed t,, spend the week with tionary new Stra >-Flight Hydra-Mat'ic drive. high torque for sizzling take-off. with a blazing Due To Change In

her grandparents.Mr. You can feel the difference actually feel it. 227 horsepower! I CELERY 2 for 25cIn

and Mrs. Norman Clarkof I Feel it in the n'Sporue-quick; as the flick of an A new transmission: an engineering masterpiece

St. Paul, Minn were the guests I eyelash. Feel it in the tremendous thrust-oil specifically designed to utilize the full thrust of :I Closing Hours I Ii
Goedhart i i
01 Mr. and Mis. George I smooth and effortless. And feel it in that breaththat great engine. with gears for instant response I i I
I i
:ant week. They enjoyed a pleasant taking, almost unbelievable extra burst for the and crisp, positive acceleration and an amazing Beginning Wednesday Feb. 1
weekend at Howeyinthe1Hills I
the weekend previous. j j pplit-second sprint to safety past slow-moving traffic liquid-link coupling for a silky-smooth flow of power I SPECIAL I : ''iHf '' '' ". '

Mr .id Mrs. T. W. :Markey: and | in your path. to the rear wheels. I I We Will Close At 12:30 .. .1!
Here is and dream about but Test drive this fabulous Pontiac (J. I
Mis. Matti Sowell were Sunday j jgueais power go you ; 56 tomorrow i Jane Parker :.

of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kel-I this time it's real, because you're piloting the mostwe promise you, you're in for a thrill! I i 4tMs ,

:y 01.he Ziff section. j modern power combination on the rood And another thrill is uniting for you U'hen you But Thursday We Will Be GOLDENPOUND ._ l 11 i
Mi. C J. Strickland of Gaines-i, A new engine: the brilliant Strato-Streak hear the price! See your Pontiac dealer soon-mako ; %'/. ? frs F!

viiu- W.t.'lSltir.;: Mrs. Jettye I with almost 317 cubic inches of displacement for it a special point to do it-and get ready for too /?- I
iliizen Sunday afternoon. OPEN ALL DAY
DI: .nd Mrs. J. D. Groover of j iLai'oocluv barrel-chested deep breathing ; : with a superwonderful discoveries! eo'h?*<>- *opt**. CAKE 25c' I
I I INatl.
and Mrs. '
Mr. and iKotUiik .
Thomas of Lake City) r, .- Parker i
; : RUEI5ERRVPIE : : :
weir 'I.- tlr.g Mrs. J. H. Groover j: "- You can actually buy a big, glamorous Pontiac S60for less E111,11 I
anti :h \ I. Mann family Sun-j
; / 111 I, S $ II 111- M//I 1111 I large 8-inch I
day. i 1tlian. ou! would pay 1 for tt models of the low-priced three! 49c
Mr :and MR. Howard and: i

,tain.v:: of J.ii: k..nviUeisited [r.1 .., !
j .I'.. .
d' I I !1'1'"i'1! L I r'.'
. and! slims E B. Crosby last week I
SIMPSON URQUHART PONTIAC .M:4 f If inN I/ {11/11/ 1!

end.Rev and Mrs. L. L. Parker and I 412 Call St BREAD n-ozioaf 20c I i

j daughter Olenda are spending tho Star e Fla. ",'w' ...... ... _, I
week with Cpl. and Mrs. Vernon I 133 STARKE, FLA. I .-' -. "" ... ., -- L.'1;: -: -I'.:;-', 1-- 1F!
O" 'rturf and children in New


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tprpsspssppSflflflSflsflpn4-pa-pagansss I' Mrs.Eugene Long ''Mrs. Hollis Weds Hi Y Club Plans I
HomecomingEvent : ta, Penney Farms; Mr and Mrs

I Named PresidentOf George \V. Cheshier Junior Ball Event At PresbyterianWell ;I Wayne Bays and children of Inter- \

I : lachen: and Mrs R j. Davu al!;

Beta Sigma Phi Mrs. Park Moore Hollis of For Polio Fund Attended i,1 i Mrs JOt' Martinez of Stark I

nipleMiss. and George William N EV E R (

i' Beta Sigma Phi sorority met Chtshur of Staike were united i! Thiseir Siaike will haw a j I Despite heavy ram.ar.i un- t
at :the home of Mrs J. Maurice "JU1lor' March Dunes Ball YOU'U.
Of it i 'leasant i lOVE the
I in .marriage in a ceremony per- I : weather conditions. the new EM r-
Edwards Monday night with Mrs i i formed Tuesday evening, Jan. 3 was learned yesterday when members -, First Presbyterian Church had a I brook purse-size fountain pa> mpastel

.aads, Mooty James High and Mrs Eugene in the of the Hi-Y Club announced : good attendance >hades. Only $15*
study of Rev Allen Du-k- at its annual ltr.i.l-| \

(Phone 35 Long as hostesses.The i I son, pastor of the Ripley Church plans for the event to be held i homecoming last Sunday. I ford County Tekgraph.CHIROPRACTIC. B E F 0 R E
Mrs. E. A. Yan- i
president '!'of Christ. The marriage vow Saturday night, Jan. 28, in the At the morning service. Miss
ns.spss.srfl".sts."arese sstkicien 4 (tY. calleJ the meeting to order 1 were recited in the presence of 1 Woman's Club. The regular Frances Caldwell read the history \

Wedding Anniversary Is ObservedB I. and announced the following newofficers members of the family and a few I| March of Dimes ball will be held of the church, and the financial I

for the coming year: intimate friends. I;t the same night in the USO. report for 1955. SO MUCH
j i One of the During the y'ir I
Reand Mrs.V.. E. Hall With Open House President Mrs. Eugene LongVice ; little daughters of the bride ac- I The Little Woman's Club will the local church had raised $10,264 bo. Knmn r.lpidlJ! IxrauMit

President, Mrs. Robert I companied her mother, and the I be co-sponsors of the event. 1 and had also received a si.000 gift does not treat Mtmptotas but IN A SEWING MACHINE 1

Flr:h: Recording Secretary. Mrs. ; other little daughter accompanied Tickets will be $I per couple from the Suwannee Presbytery. renu>\r> the caij.4 phsualailment' '

Ei ne''t Phillips: Corresponding I! the bridegroom Mrs. Rufus j or 75 cents for singles. In his morning message, the lij rcmo\ing;: mr*- ,

Secretary Mrs. Howard Myer; I! Street sang.. j The junior ball was planned to minister Rev W S. McAhley, I pressure along;: the ..pin.

Extension Officer Miss Betty I give teen-agers a chance to called upon the Bfliw i is .
:, The following comment on the membership to .udl a case:
Durling. { I dance while aiding the polio funddrive. acknowledge Christ as their leader \\ OI.I.l'f')3.: .
that Mrs. I marriage is taken from the ; ; iu -\pre
It was announced I just as the traditional in all things and reminded the I hit b.wk
Sentinel published at pain.
Joseph D. Warren will be the I March of Dimes dance has done church of the fact that nenuusness,
I Ripley: "Mr. and Mrs. Cheshier preparedness : fault) lemiiution and
of the sorority's sponsored I adults for than 20 difficult
leader for more years. for the end is .
required of all
had known each other .
and all mothers for a long ) siting since' a minor

Brownie interested Troop in having their daughters time. lIe had never married but I Christians."Praise Ye The A special" anthem, I rMent some month ago.;:
'Garden Club Lord, was .
had cared for an invalid father sung .\ i
aged 8 to 10, become members by the Adult Choir. Chiropnwtor removed the .
call :Mrs. Warren at who died a few years ago. The : Hears DiscussionOn I none \. -
may ,I j Following the service. the build- pivswire uhich was,
bride lost her
husband some years
389 for details. I [ mg repair budget of $763 was I rnll..inh..r/ distn-v, and the I
She is well known Landscaping
ago. as one i
will be a
The next meeting j adopted in a special congregational againnjojs good COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC
j of the best seamstresses in this I:
formal dinner at the Garden I section. Mr. Cheshier, a native 1 Members of the Starke Garden I meeting. health. '\T \ f' tDl)1) \\ \\ \

It Restaurant honoring Mrs. James of Middle, Tenn., lives In Starke, i Club heard a talk on "Landscap- I A delicious dinner was served in to Bring your health problems \.'\1 U 1jD \..J.i\ \
High a recent bride. The new I' the social hall, and visitors .
i were
I this I Fla., where he is a horticulturist. ing" by Miss Dorothy Ross at I BUPER ROBOT
officers will be installed at invited to inspect the new addition The
IJ He grows bulbs, specializing in their January metlngIonday
meeting, and all members will I lily bulbs." in the Parish House. I to the Sunday School. Call 239

wear formal gowns. | Mrs. M F. Hazen president. Guests of the church on this occasion BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC
I Mr. and Mrs. Cheshier returned
After the business meeting was :! presided over the business meeting included Mr. and Mrs. Robert I For
to Starke several weeks and
LiriE adjourned, tefreahments were ago Caldwell, Rockford Mich; : :
r I are at home to friends at their when plans were discussed Mrs. Elsa I, i HOME DEMONSTRATIONj )
served by the hostesses.The wishes to thank home on Route 100 at the south | for a money-making project to beheld II Remoehl Lyles, Miss CLINICModern
sorority '' j in March It was announced Sophie Remoehl. and :Miss Helen

the public for making the city limits. I II that the Peace Rose Garden I Remoehl. all of Jacksonville; Rev Method., Lady Chas. C. Shepherd

I spaghetti supper last Saturday I : which is planted on the USO i Albert H. Bratt and Fred II. Ber- j
Pro- BP\V Members : : Assistant Steam- Baths
evening such a big success. ;, grounds will be removed to the .I ,i TV Radio Seat Cover?

ceeds will go to the polio drive Attend District new Bradford County Hospital i 'r -, "'- -____. :: '. --_" : 3 Blocks North of Post Office ,.

through votes for Miss Sandra site. Mrs. Edna Prevatt and Mrs. I In Starke Starke, Ha.I .

I Johns the group's sponsored en- Meet In Macclenny I Alvin Farr were voted into the Wash Your Clothes I

I try in the March of Dimes Queen club membeis.I .
; as new i
contest. Eleven members of the Starke

1 \Vesleyan Guild I 13-4 Miss BPW meeting Della Club Rosenberg.in attended Macclenny a as Sunday.District district I I|j Mrs.Mrs.Hostesses Ralph Ewell for Alvarez Lawson the ,evening Mrs.chairman T.were J., I:I For 9 Pounds 40c! Sell It Rent It Trade II

| Alderman, Mrs. R. F. Demorest
: EntertainsVSCS director presided. and Mrs. Adkins. Refreshments -I II i !
the Wesleyan Serv- During the business session i were' served duringthe !I FREE Bleach If Desired CLASSIFIED
Members of
discussed for the Biennial -
plans were -
entertained members of I social hour. i .
ice Guild Convention at Miami Beachin
'!'the Methodist WSCS Thursday July. An invitation for the i i i, Low Rates Good Results Easy To Place

[i' evening, Jan. 19, in the educa- 4th District meeting was extended Home Demonstration We Will : !0 WORDS OR LESS ONE IXSERTIO* s
The Pine Level Two tall tional building. from the Jacksonville Council E.ClIUDlTIOX..u.. WORD
Missionary greenery seven- County Your Clothes 2 t!
iI Dry
Mrs. A. H. Harley, Guild ,, ;[
Baptist pastorium was the scene branched candelabra holding I ad- Beach Club and will be held in I UI"'OltT"' OF 1* PEK CENT ON TWO OR MOUE INCEHTIOX
the welcoming JMeets At '
uf a beautiful reception Thurs- burning gold tapers balanced the I gave Mrs. M. W. Cresslerhad April.A Lawtey i For 20c 1 I: *:'.. IHT10AL FOR BMMI ADS! OR ADS! !OT pun IV "U\'CF.'

day of last week when Rev. \VK setting Mrs. Hall received her dress, and delicious luncheon was en- I i
the recreation The Bradford County Council of I.I I. !ALK-rr. ,
of program (
charge 1 a..t <-r.nt .i. ,
Hall, pastor and his wife guests in a lovely Navy blue, joyed by the more than 100 I Demonstration Clubs met I In New Automatic Driers! I II ft 1.'riKihs, H p.r t.p At--,
numberof Home .
included '
a .
served their Oth wedding Ob-I'I' princess style. afternoon dress which \\NOI MINK work of all kmd,.. 1rt.
members !
contests.Refreshments present. Tuesday at the home of :Mrs. Ef- I I -limativ Milliard .' i
and .. Juild 7
versary. Rev. Hall has served, complimented with a gold orchid games 0KllPlll $0,0.11I I, Il ) ; )' .. St' I'hon.. 215-
served to fie Miner in Lawtey. A business I ,
were TO 01.1\% HOI
as pastor of the Pine Level I corsage. I both \VSCS Members session was held in the morning TIIUOI Ill 01 It 'IIt\! 4tp I
members of groups
hurch for the past 28 :years. the 40 The Washeteria\ lll.V. If >..u did not ,- : SAI.F
The refreshment table -Dairy fertihz. JI
I long attending this enjoyable event. j I with Mrs. Lois Cox presiding. At In Ihrnr .sIM.S, In u.. .. James 1'eter.son. Kt 1. Hov i
The decorated! Fine
pastorium was I Have Study ..
was overlaid with a lovely white t,noon, a delicious covered dish >,0 h w to Mite on Joa. Starke_. ;tp : .j-

for the occasion with numerous ; linen cutwork cloth and centered Course LastVeek i! luncheon was enjoyed by the 19 !'MHIM i: SALE' r-'
-10 acres of T'
arrangements of gold and whitfikrysanthemums i with a three-tiered wedding cake Birthday Dinner J members present. I Temple Ave Star'Mr ". IIO1I.: F. (ONNK.lt INM U" I ..m house. deep well l'1..triril land ). b ,
and yellow and "Stark' o KaolrKt (...0..1"11:: 'b",1) and tins .
; routf I'rli
I I topped with the figure 50" in For Fred Tyre Members of the Methodist I After luncheon the iollowing Two irenrd .'KrntN lu !'' rcas'natly. V" 1 1. Rirwuk.
white gladioli. Rev. and Mrs. I gold. Around the cake, whitebutton WSCS held one of their finest I officers were installed I ',_ -_ _':.-.:\ ",;, \ouI'hone 7. Hampton. Fla lip :;!/ir
newly-elected 2sr. I3li \ tall
\ "'
Hall greeted their guests in frontf [
i pompoms were placed at j A surprise birthday dinner wai: i study courses Wednesday of last : Prl'sidentrs.. J. R. Kelly; .., SALK-Alabama Crnuder 1',' i
a background of gold palmettofans i intervals. Flanking the cake were m the home of --- -- -- --- ,'d. '5'"; g.TininalK.n. 2(1,' .
j held last Sunday educational building 'I p
and gold magnolia boughs .1 week in the Vice President Mrs. L. E. Dugger K< ii l: ItKNT-Two liedronm ,i J. II. Surnnii', Oraliam
two-l*ranched silver candelabra Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tyre honoring the book. "To Combine Mrs M II-h'd hi-utf Hi.t natt-r 5
I at which time ; 2nd Vice President, IP 2; 1 I'
in the center of which was the white i j" .1''"11 \l'ndlan Ihnd664 \
holding burning tapers. I Mr. Tyre. ', Our Efforts for Lasting ;iW. Shealy; Secretary, :Mrs. A. C. M. 2tp i iIIIINO ',"ORIn"mod.: .-: .
large figure 50" in gold glitter.At I I Crystal compotes held decorated i| Among those helping to cele- I Peace." was reviewed by Mrs '! Ellis: Treasurer Mrs. Lottie Edwards FLORIDATHEATRE I, Cement. ):lock". ltofsrg ,,".j
either side of the arrange- other tables : -ln\ilf. owner Cement work. Chas A
i mints and nuts Two occasion were'I 1 Godwin,
brate this happy Mrs. Henry .
Titus Olson. ; State-County Delegate c/o Telegraph .
baskets of I I I -itne I.\ Ji M. ritunK and _tfrh.
ment were pedestal were also used for the refresh- I 1 the honor guest's mother. Mrs. and Mrs. R. F. Deniorest.i ''Mrs. P. I... Dinkins Sr. Corsages fur ad K .. Klume
all gold chrysanthemums interspersed and- ments; one held the punch bowl I JO. J. Tyie, Mr. and :Mrs. Cecil.1| The devotional was given byll's. I, were presented to all outgoing andrew foil SALE f lit JXT.w: 1 .. :"(, niimt.::T.\ ,.IJ'S rt>r!'.ma.t not l. iri I., ,,",rd.,iU.r
with yellow gladioli the other held the silver coffee -! Mickle. Monroe .., ,., Mmil. : .
and Hunter, Mrs Lillian I officers i li.ilroom h >me n t..m" liradf. rd t .unty!
I \ W. L. Blair and Miss Amy .
I : .
service. Silver and crystal Fullwood, all II. leht--. hi-ne 1,>S. r>r :. | ral.h. It
,'. _' t? : | T>re, and Bruce Coburn. During the morning a j i During the afternoon the members er
<' .., ..._ . ; cakes and Mrs. 1
holdingdainty and I
trays I j of Lake City and Mr. direction of Mrs diove to the Bradford Furniture -
skit under the I Foil HE'oT-"l'uwd.: I"\, .- ) r. FILL
,' II -
I open-faced sandwiches were Steve Starling Jr. and family.St. i'I Jack McComb was given by Mrs. Co. where they were guided Ii I ni'-hed Three room1 ant I
I" passed among the guests. and educational i Sat., Jan. 2S-ONLY I II <'r. pas fuel and hat LAND CLEARING
S. interesting
e I : Gilbert Newcomb Mrs. F. on an (),ite'l'v.|
nA.1L :
The Rev. Hall and his wife are Edwards Men / i Smith, Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mrs. I tour through the plant. I DOUBLE FEATURE 'I11 .f>ter Shell Teat Humus

STARKE FLA. both natives of Laurens County. Clyde Sinclair. and Mrs. Godwin The next Council meeting will Law The Kid RADIOS REPAIRED sand -
i Billy rating Driveways'
II I Ga. and were married Dec. 25 Plan Supper EventThe I At the conclusion of the book : be held at F.rooker in April. I vs. \ Makes fharirra- All- Models ru i i iRraionahlr

I 11905: at Dublin. Ga. Mrs. Hall discussion I ('In"' r. ShEPHERD I ITOI OVID
interesting i St. Johns LEWIS
Sun. Mon. and Tues. I j is'the former Beatrice Thornburg. :Men's Club of St. Edward'sChurch review an Scott Brady and Betty I w. Call flf. Starke ... ':

Jan. 29 30. 31 They moved to Florida in 1905. will have a roast beef din- I was held by the group. During dish !New Social Club -And- 1 v. Madison St. Starke
hour a covered
DOUBLE FEATURE i t Before taking over the pulpit ner with all the trimmings Thurs- the noon I SARATOGA HEIGHTS PH. 356-W
luncheon was enjoyed.A I Organized For Mad Magician I I
at Pine Level Church, :Mr. Hall day night Feb. 2, from 6:30 until (. UNIT No. 2
The Private War I I decorative motif carrying out PAID ON SAVINGS
invited. Ad- KEY
churches at Bostwick and 9 m. The public is Highland Plant I '
served p. With Vincent Price : t: STAn BANK KBY.
theme was Three lId
Nations rom
the United maaoBry
Of Major Benson I }Hilliard and at.Waterloo, Ga. He mission: Adults $1.25; Children I Plus Foiled" Cartoon and now nidrr roaatrnttloB 1UJIOHTS. FLA. MTJM-
i .
was 'ordained at the Bostwick under 12. 50 cents. j used for the occasion. I| The Highland employees ofI Stark. atwnt ad4ltl... 1"DIC.BILL
fharlton lIt'!>ton and Julie Adams! I Chap. N'o. Adventure of Captain i t. vrtenaa lloe 00 with .
church. I Humphreys Gold Corporation re- Africa ratloB to parraat.. $ .
-AndGunga I IYou'll I centlv organized a Social Club talrtr daji a ad $233.00 at ('i.. I I SOTO
the Rev. Mr. Hall as-
Din sumed his duties here the PineLevel II I and -have-elected the following \. uith Price application to non \eteran-to $' I SIGN SHOPOne

church officers: Sun., Mon. and Toes and as low as $.*>OI.00 at .
Cary Grant and Victor McLaglen was a one-room II President, E. R. Fox Vice President -! Jan. 29 30 31 Buy now and .select the Mile South
building that had been convertedinto colors and tile for hath and
Color Cartoon for Children
I'lus I a church from an abandoned I Glenn L. Conner; Secretary- chen. See the plans keen I On Keystone Highway
!< !': overnight and mak.'oor
Wed., Thur.-Feb. 1. 2 school. The nastor's first sermons Treasurer, Mary Humphries; I '.tjUty1PMI" ; fction. If you want to Phone 178.L
delivered 1 1I Mining Director H. K. Lennon; tome it will pat YOU to lo\ I
DOUBLE FEATURE I were by the light : Never Walk Alone," theMarch as manager of the Gold House Wet Mill Director, R. A. Goodge: j J _.'BOG Rf. rate this.FLORIDA. I All Types Signs

The White Orchid \ of kerosene lamps and the I I of Dimes theme song was I the Newcombs have had word I Maintenance Director, C. E. ..... 1 REALTY i
church had only 27 members on I that son, Byron and Bucky Buck FOR SALEFive rum 1OUB'
With William Lundigan its rolls. featured at the Variety Show I Johns; Administration Director ,. Of Starke I 101 a'rl'iI. uniait Air Knoct
!of the State Farm have land .
\ J. M. Norman. ). Kt 2. Rox 112 0 4tp t,
-AndBeneath- I Since 1927 numerous additions ]Monday evening in the Woman'sClub Hral Rotate BrcLer !
ed in Korea for 16 months duty
have been made, including a when the Little Women The management representative I 353 Temple Ate. TI.paon. :\TtU-. IAn tictno-n ag.'b 1)
The with their heavy outfit I 35 Fornn-r ,
weapons has not yet been named WILLIAM WYLER'S Stark, Florida FFA number pe
large auditorium which was dedi- I membeis presented skits at their Byron's address is: Pvt. or anyone with. kiiowledg..
12-Mile ReefIn Production of farm uurk Ex< ell< nt .po'
1! c\ted in 1945. The church is now j I ,
bi-monthly meeting the clut Byron R. Newcomb. US2463339S -- FOR SALB-New 8 i 8 x 16 fur right man "' 'h gr"w
Technicolor in the midst of a fund drive to Homemakers Class 'X / bluck. 1S -. Cement bu ine.sB in Starke. W'oI ik 01
I is sponsoring Bobbe Bastedo in Co. M. 21st Inf. Regt.. APO 24. f : crete < 'Ave'U: of Inside and out-ill'' "> .

hubert \\agner and Terry Moore I construct a two-story educational! the Mann of Dimes beauty con- : care PM, San Francisco Calif. I JJ.ES/jE.flAt : pr t>ug bag i'. idf Mortar<.,id EI.gm..e Mix JI, h@t"I i Mall appliiatKiu- ,;.\.i ,
Met NightThe -. ,.
Tuesday < addr.M-
experience "tf
Plus Cartoon I building. There are now 800 test which will be judged Saturday Guess Bucky's is the same, i' ph 'me 94 .Stark -n<'eH to Hradford Co T. I. t;,.r"ipt

( members on the rolls. II night at the big dance in the ,, except for serial number I Ii Homemakers Class of th : ,, 1QR! ._ Hox 8-3-B. Stark.- 2t. iiI ]!1<

Thurs., Feb. 2 .. Only, The couple has two children USO during the Variety i See James and Jeannette'! First Baptist Church met at the ': "A'.Jotark.: MoM I>. lf-.il./
Guy \\'. Hall of Cocoa and [rs.1 mmmTm ( Lot I.ncateil in nt
Waters have the
Bubbe six numbers, rented Gay }
Show sang Lavern Outlaw :
THE STAGE home of Mrs. :-tHh'1"! ,, .
ON far
J 'E. m IE: I'lX 1M!IIR i'i""j j t'u
Murihee of Hilliard, five I the theme 1 apartment Madison St. and ,,,,, .. ,
including song on I Thursday night of last week, with ___,1UI1tJ ,.- 1'1.! K ( nhier. 1.: i. t-

WACA.TV PM! zrIN grandchildren anJ five great- also on the program were Bah the Robert Clarks have rented ]i iI Mis. Davis Gassett presidingThe ttr'IlIU-..:.!... t

PERSON grandi'hildren. Lance Mistress of Ceremonies I the Williams house on St Clair: : meeting was opened with': ............ .. lil:ST Four room f .i .n
I I'-f Mtrluts Fruit 1
Rand Mrs Hall received !' and she also did an impersonationof The Chester Wises have purchased devotions by Mrs Jo Ann Patray. I i

many lowly and useful gifts from I Liberace at the piano ![, the two-story landmark I after which the president recognized i s\.K: 1'MS Turn .'h( i : .

the approximately 300 guests who !I Margaret Rose Duncan did several -i' On N. Walnut that was the home j two new members, Mrs. JoAnn I 1'lus "Rcady st Zoom" Cartoon 'IIP'...d| 't,roand loid 111I'h.lfIl'radio I II.t.I t )'ia K|1'

called at the pastorium during pantomimes of Marilyn Mon 1! of Misses Olive and Amelia Ray .York and Mrs. Tom Harding Jr. I'UOSE "l1JF' .' an idal M"(',.id tar i in.\ i., .
I Ii H.irr> lalh at Ufo 1' '
the afternoon and evening to I roe's recordings Carol Ann for so many years They're :A covered dish supper was plan _
congratulate them this (;EO. W. CHESHIER : f' h : { !-=.\i.r-I'ian. Krann 1 n A I I' \
f1ATURN45w.s' on happy Pickett sang several songs busy renovating and redecorating -': the church for Feb. 17 at 'J: \I.t-: 4 "u--
I 'ned at iz 'I ','it i '. n r. ..II% I I ...,I 4 .tnditi" ,n. Ii'.S'.T .it I .
0ca.sion. Lu Green put on a twirling act i now, and will move in as 6:30 o'clock with the husbands as I in $"'" ( >nu 1' 1>, rkman, lakT liox b4. I.ik'' (;. h' .1
Wed. Thur. and Fri.
special guest. Gene Norman,,, i| soon as the job is finished I special guests. Engraved silver I II l.i.i.-.ilini: Kej-tone :544 _'tt -
Feb. 1 2 3
Miss Wright Weds acted out "Number One Street"' ': Beverly and Barbara McRae baby cups were presented to Mrs I i F'i 'il -\I.E--' : ', \. I". > In In

Sandra Strickland, AnnVil- celebrated their at I -. -,, 11:1. 1,1,0, "i -".10 and r,? LARGE LOTSTWO
R. Andrews j i birthdays a : Alma Outlaw and Mrs. Kathy II ] r- ; : w :!u 1 tur. prai'tKkllj I new l'onta<
Wesley liams and Jackie Prevail gave a' : joint party Wednesday afternoon :I j Jones. !I J. r n.x. phoiu' 2'J'i-J. : MILES:: SOUTHOX

aLP Mrs James Anna- !i skit. "Jolson Sings Again" I. of last week for 35 of their little i 1 Refreshments were served ty the $if'O KKWAIiU for HHJIWAY 100

Wright of ,'Judy Dankel. Ehssa StefanelliI friends Beverly was 6 on hO. fsses. ]id.nR to th. one that ('ut
STAGE hnn, Calif announces the mari i I Hobbs. and Jeannie Wail: Jan. 17 and Barbara was 5 on ; ilietacelSmCERElY '.n m>' J-r"l.uty. to Itonell, rhe in on new road just past

SCREEN 4 i.ioW riage of her daughter, Jeanne tog j! gave a pantomime on "A Teer 1 Dec. 21 the party was held', J Mauri Kduard-- .crwk. bridge. Owner at

RADIO 'OR TI-1 ? : Wesley R. Andrews son of ,Age Prajer" sylvia PaulV 1 on the lawn and the youngsters ; UDC To Meet nut tu: ..... l..oto are 100 x 300 and

TV ENTIRE cI Mr and Mrs \\'. L. Andrews of' sang several numbers and Gal I received favors of balloons : ; Ea.y:: terms! of $100.00

RECORDS Starke Weeks t.ur.rr.. on I S.IIHI 1I1 \\ and SI0.00 pet month.
i I chapter
Bates (I I TheV. T.
b(49Tot | Duke ana Nancy playedpiano candy and bubble:; gum Last trrt blKhnar ... '
P'CPDINC The ceremony was performed !! duet all in all it wa:? i Saturday night Peggy ana Rob- I U.D.C. will meet with Mrs. L. A. Youns" I A MHMMMI. uildinJ; aid possible. Brokers'o'pcration

Saturday Jan. 21, at 3 o'clock in''': a grand show and the LittlE
t the First Presbyterian Church. Women deserve a lot of credi t t'I i' for Bill Tilley at the Tilley's new 1! 1, at 3 o'clock. The program : fROM WARJIEIIRC$. -,,. E. I50EDECKEKI'M J I

Yuma. Aiiz with Rev. Charles A. for their help toward the :Marti I1 home in Saratoga Heights ,i will be "The Works of Sidney I i IIIWUIltRCOlCIcoeT 1I > Johnie Hansen, 39, Route 1
I .
Cady officiating.The of Dimes ; Hear the Henry Godwins and Lanier" "" ._ btarke. Fla. Starke. FloridaVATK1N I

3 Shows bride graduated from i Thus Saturday night the Hi- Bill Thompsons celebrated thelaUer's I JWI[ Di;' OimT Mot'[ Au Xt I'HO!>K WALDO\ o. n!o'IO-\ nor-

Union High school in Annahein j and LittleVomens Clubs an? 11th wedding anniversary Executive BoardThe !, : '$ lrHTE l i- av.tIatl.' !-
:t:06 P.M. 5:30: 1'.M. and is secretary of the Menasha 1 I sponsoring a March of Dime* I by having dinner and tak- I'lusided Hounds" Cartoon } \\'WANTKI Man or Woman I :. now County making Many,,v.r n-} "a.y 11,:. ",

and 9:30 I'M. ( Container Co. !'! dance at the Woman's Club fo r'I ing in a show in Gainesville executive board of the I i \t-v Work From 4 :V) p 'r "'routes eek. in Thi the Iii rn... fr ,, .

ADMISSIONChildren ; Mr Andrews graduated from Mom;? Woman's Club will meet in I 7 30 p in File das, a week stat \\'rt.
i i all teenagers while their i Tuesday night Starke E. W HAYES ing F -l.. 6 Mu-t have Wire. The j i> w tki > .,-
I BHS in 1953. attended the U. of the bis r I DimesI club Thursday afternoon I iInt and 1 659 Vet J''a'htr St4t ;t :.
:30c Adults :32i c ;, and Dads are enjoying With two March of the lounge 'I'i c <-alary car :. Atlanta (;,..

i F., and served three years in the':, :March of Dimes dance at thi I dances on Saturday night, can't I Feb. 2, at 3:30: o'clock COMING SOON I I I Must Utrpmdable be accurate: line and.. ; hi; 2 'J

Fri Sat.-Feb. :3. .1 t tDOriSLE First Marine Air Corps with 14 | USO there will be music re- i decide whether to go to ther !1 telephone number when KEXT-Four room f :r- '-hi
write. Will be
months service in Korea. freshments and entertainment fo i Senior Ball in the USO and try BAKE SALE' in living *
: FEATURE I :; Court Martial Ofi :i w'ek.Vrite Box SI3-S, >tt.. room" i I.' '' ''''
After spending two weeks herewith 1 all the affair is sponsored b''.j I to dragmyself around, or take i C'o Telegraph: L. .viooi kitchen, and >.i'! Mr
Red River Shore The State Farm Home Demon- ._331 Clark 1- ;:
his parents. they will make Dr. and Mrs. Calvin Houpt 1 I in the Junior Ball and have mores i
j I stration club is having a bake I Billy Mitchell I WANTED Maid. 6 hours $21
\\ ith Kc\ \ll.-n their home in Annahein. Call'here !, Hear that Maegie Miller i fun watching the teen-agers bop I Whispering: I'mea : .* RF.XT-Tw-o t" rurrI.f ,;-ir'
sale in front of Barksdale's Dept. -i ." '''
-.\ \\ Mr Andrews is connectedh | down in Wilhston this wedeashiening t i Hear that Sen. Charley Johns r.ATMO AND TF.'nXI'* ..\ 0' r.uPcta'rL two bedro"a I
Store Saturday from 9 12 .
on to I : R -
\\ /: the Houghton Construction i at the new A&P stor,81 I will crown the March of Dimes We Invite The PublicTo equipment want ard. 691. 1':

She Couldn't Say No Vmpanv which opened there Wednesda':v Queen at the USO event Ats o'clock Patronize Our I I 1 partner Hef ht, iKj r-nRT, RESS MAklV': : I .

Robert Mitt'hum. .),'an :-Miniiuin see Eve Godwin serving a any rate, will fee you at one or !' Concession: Stand at all Times ', I'h"n.1't.. ; ,1 .ruttr'n IIl.r. n.: ;, ,'..
I .
10UT.L LOVE the new Ester- i "tf''' !'ee Mr'. r IF.' -
Plus Serial ('h:1\t.-r N" 8 and serretnrv-receptionist in Di the other, and hope the "re' botht hrook purse-size fountain pens<< In !' Whether Attending The Movie. ''FOR ?.\LK-F-.r brand new :-1 W. Pratt st" Ftf'r.I. 1-: ':
i Adams' note thaAlice rlairrfr m 12 (II I) to Sll:
(artoon for (hildren Cull 239 for home demonstra- office now huge successes for the polio : .
Or Not ,
pastel shades. Only S2.5S at Brad 1 L..t "\rd f.,,- .i d apt ; fl SALE<', ( ,
I tion of new Sewing Machines<< ]\ Anderson i is on the un.'m- fund ford County Telegraph. t""rf'r: Ke! .,' lUnsr. $ f rtv, with house.block or t"i j'- r-'- -i P'f I ha'; .

': ___ : _=.,.: : fL ._' >-', Sht'l'h.'nl'o| Kodlo & TV. nlow..i IIit. having aim her 31: !3 -Carolvn l y IT Sr.ft: tt; ;>; \ Temple at Smith ',.i'ae-
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".. .. II I Wiley Coley received his discharge Local Gideons Distribute Testaments SharecroppersAre Lady Councilman could be repaired< and some or :\- .
I '
from the Marine Corps in Clt> s money 5a\'ed.

California last week and has returned Considered Strikes A Blow At the last meeting, UK !L ,",

I to his home here after Self-Employed For 'Blind' Economy ;vas duscussei' aain md tti :
three years in sen-ice. ?, 1

Col. and Mrs J. A. Griffin and :.,pp.:.rs> in this .tre.r 1'i1'L.,.:.\-m.:!tt.1! C\unJman >pt';.o :' '. :
:11'. and Mrs. C. H Xasworthv attended .
1'1' '
: .Merctd
in T:11. i. .
knowing Ruby Johns xvun hipoint at \ .- : :: '
the Antique Show at the r are iTPnerallx considered !L'. .,
: WI r. nex: ( !
C.I I I I THE NEWS :a recent Counul
Li;:htncr Museum in St. Augustine : i"ip.nxej ior social security meeting end rep..r '.., I. 'I".
when it wasxotej to have the -
or. Sunday. ',' ::0-"" s. Mate, Luther G. MelUstMi. The U'U \s.- c- ; .
..... .. \ l':1't1 binds
6A' at me firehouse reaired -
Mr and Mrs P. L. Pitman of ".:., ': Manager. Gain.si i :he11\
Mr ":iri\ M",, it 0 Daasb. M. A. IJi'Utk:' [ ..rid family ofLtnon Dade City spent Wednesday to I 5, ( .al Security Adminstra- ; at a cost of S65Seveial .

"1\"! Mi-t I Ralph Alvarez in St. ', X C. spent the weekeni I Sunday of last weekith their 'i !. .': "This means share-croppers r"n the

uiK.-n'-! lloj.pi lal: on Sunday i( with Mr and Mrs Jesse Ne.some '*- daughter, Mrs M. M. Smith and .' i. building toward protection for matter was nisi UIMII"'U'Ij, and a lUI'LJ. LO\E: the new ..,t'rI'flt' -

ft"I'1".fl. and also Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. IJohik, who had family. :i'.i.i Delves in their old age and for 17 m"bi.nds was brook purse-si/f fountain j" ii, nllr -

'{ J Andrews In Wesconnett. spent the past month with the f,2ntlnn \cr.ary x.il> at t''I 1 .ea$ : ton for their families in brought up. .s'! t\,1| t ::1'rhat.< alpa 1 +tel shades. Only S'iJiH -tl .i,1

Mi and Mrs S. G Denmark N'ewsomes, returned home wIth ,, Alvarez store. lti1 f a ..I m' of their death. To qualify: I 1\ tits .-t t' ::tI't,'>[.;:.n* t::. l.d: d' .es fowl ( aunt Telegraph.That's .

Attended the Furniture Mart in her family: Mr. and Mrs E. S. Oliver of : us valuable family protect -

High Point N. C. from Satur- !Ir. and Mrs Barney McUa J. Jacksonville were dnner guest < Y must have net earnings

!ay t.. Thursday. ] of Miami visited the senior M.-- Sunday of Mr. and Mrs J. C Fapp 6 i least $100 from their farm Our Business

Mary Lou Edwards will spend' RaPs on Thursday of last week. i at Camp Blanding. jIj4 .1,:: ..p* rations in a year." CUSS If It's Glass We have It :
he weekend visiting her cousins, [ Mrs. Irene Roberts of Palatka 4 ltv f.J, I Km all pointed out that
Mr. and, Mrs G. W. Teston .f'
Norma and Gloria Edwards, in i ;: spent the weekendvith her -.hare.croppers, like all farm opat,1O. CALL WRITE or VISIT
Jacksonville spent the weekend THE ST\KKE CAMP OF CIDEONs out 266 New Te.Ununt-
Mrs Herb Thomas and gave '
Jacksonville. daughter, e1! will report their earning:
Mrs C. C. Stanton and Mrs. i' Carl with Anders.her parents, Mr. and Mrs i,family. to 5th and 6th Grade students at the :MarKe elementary school Mon- for social security purposes for Joe Peters Glass Co.

R M. Millen of Hastings were Baby Connie Chasteen under- day, Jan. 16. Itistributing Bibles to the pupils are (from left) J. T. the year 1955 by filing an income -

t Last Friday visitors of Mrs. Ada >: Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Barrett ot went an operation to have her ad- Quigley, J. Jaudon, Dr. II. G. Bolbnger, and 'red fc-wher. .t'..ht- J I tax return with a farm FOR ANY CLASS NEED

Alexander and daughter Wilma. i| Atlanta were weekend guests of i!enoids removed in St. Vincent's big/ are faculty members J, II. Dick and I'. T. N'olin. schedule. Share-croppers must fil- \Ve Design Modern Store Fronts
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome.Mrs. I,
Kenneth Clark of Jacksonville i! Hospital on Wednesday. i these tax returns with the district Just Mail Us A Pattern for
was visiting! his parents, Mr. and Eunice Newsome, who has. C2nd Anniversary !Sale at Large New GroupOf Director of Internal Revenue -

Mrs. I. E. Clark on Monday. ] bl't'nIsitin the Newsomes, returned Alvarez Store. : Youth SundayTo I Jacksonville, early in 1956 Table Tops

Give and send Hallmark Valentines i to Atlanta with the Bar- : Mrs. R. B. Alvarez was in St. Be ObservedBy Florida Workers ; in order to receive social security 1313 N.W. 4th PL Cains> UIe. Fla. Phone FR 2.4353Service

from Rullingt n's. retts. I incent's Hospital from Friday to credits for their farming operations

Mrs. E. D. Tenly returned home I I 62nd :Anniversary Sale at :Tuesday for observation and treat- PresbyterianAt ;Covered By LawAn II even though they may not #. ,. .. .-. .. -. -,-- '-- -----.--<
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Sunday after two weeks of convalescing : Alvarez store. 'ment estimated 100,000 additional owe any income tax.

at the home of her I Miss Lu Green was the over- I Mr. and Mrs. Russell McRae the evening service in the : workers m Flonda now are cov- I Under a recent interpretationissued I

brother and sister-in-law, Rev. night guests last Friday of her :were dinner guests Sunday at the First Presbyterian Church this ered under provisions of Unemployment by the Internal Re'enueI

and Mrs. Hugh Walters FortsWalton I cousin, Miss Mary Lou Harris in home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc- ''Sunday the Youth Fellowship, Compensation law, but !I Service and the Social Security TV

Beach. I Gainesville.Mrs. :Rae when Dewayne McRae celebrated -: directed by Mrs. R. G. Paterson will not be eligible for ben'fit.. Adminstration, share-croppers in
Smith his 12th birthday anniver and Miss Frances Caldwell, will I
Mr. and Mrs. Junius I Edward A. Hall attendeda : payments before October 1, In- the usual fanning arrangement in
spent the weekend at Southern !' Red Cross meeting in Gaines sary. have complete charge of the pro- | dustrial Commision Chairman I this area would be considered at-

Pines, N. C. with their son-in-1'I ville Tuesday. II Come in and ask for jour FREE 'gram. A special offering will betaken James T. Vocelle reports. I self-employed. The landowner All Work Guaranteed Free Estimates

law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. i i 1956: Hallmark Date Book. Bull- I' to assist in the work being: 1 Vocelle said that the Fed.'raland I participating in the usual sharecrop -
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Hutto and
Charlie Mejers and daughter ingtonV I done in the Synod of Florida and State laws which bring em- arrangement would be ton- Fully Equipped ... Dependable
family spent Sunday
Sandi. I Mrs. I). T. Clark of Miami i and the Suwannee Presbytery for I sidered as receiving income from ,,
with the L. S. Hutto family ployers with four or more workers
Jack Trawick short Mr and Mrs. N. Wainwright | Bobby Ahsood will All Makes and Models]
attended a I i young people I i under the program and liable for rent and would not have to re- :
course for Sanitarians in Jacksonville Mrs. T. B. Harding and Miss lof Hollywood were weekend guests,i preside. I a payroll tax of 2.7 per cent took port his income from his share I
I Dorothy Alvarez were visitingMrs. of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright taking part I
last Friday. I ; Other young people effect January 1. Only employees of the crop for social security ,
62ndnnh'eJ'o.ar\ Sale ati I R. B. Alvarez in St. Vin- I and attended the funeral last Friday j'i on the program will be Margaret of firms with purposes, nor would he receive ,,
eight or more
Alvarez Store. I cent's Hospital on Monday I afternoon of D. T. Clark. Al- Rose Duncan. Mary Schmitt Betty j!'workers, were covered before. I social security credit, he con CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV

Mrs. H. Mason Smith Sr., Mrs. One-Half Off Jewelry Sale at I I so here for the funeral were, Mrs. I Jean Schmitt, Sally Sink Lin- tinued.
i "The January 1 effective date
H. M. Smith Jr., and Mrs. C. C. Bullington's.Guests I IW. M. Wainwright and Mrs. Char- ; aa Chapman, Beverly Chapman, : does not mean that the employees I For tax return forms and other Radio Seat Covers Upholstering

Hoppe of Tampa were guestsover Monday night' of Mr. les Wallace of Tallahassee, Drew I Tommy Andrews Gerry Gibson, I information elating to the filing ,,
the firms
the weekend of Mrs. O L' and Mrs. J. T. Quigleyvere Mr. j Clark and G. Martin Clark of ; Sally Ann Epperson, Tom Jackson, become of eligible newly-co\'t'red immediately for I of returns and tax obligations. ,, Phone 239 Starke, Fla.HUNDREDS .

Beasley and Mrs. J. W Kincaid. and Mrs. Chesley Weddledon of Tampa, and Mrs. Bishop Clark, and Hilma Tanner. i contact the Internal Revenue of- ,- -- - -- .- -- .. -. --'.
( C. Mrs. Weddle- Clark Jr. and Por- 'unemployment compensation ben- ._ ._ -- -. ---- ---- .
62nd Anniversary Sale at1lxarez Washington, D. j Bishop George I Youth Sunday is being observed five at Gainesville or Jacksonville -- --- - -- --- ------ --- q- -
efits.'O<'elle said. "That is theda'e
.\ store. I don is a niece of Mr Quigley and : ter of Perry. throughout the Presbyterian
I from which employers beginpaying'
Miss Sue Duncan of Gainesvillewill I she and her husband hold responsible -I|, 62nd Anniversary Sale at Church and in many other Protestant YULE TREE PLANTING
i into the fund, but pay-
be the weekend guest of her I] positions in Washington i Alvarez store. denominations this Sunday.The I \\ IU BRING: INCOME
ment of benefits to unemployed
cousin Miss Margaret Rose Dun- | They will tour the state before : Rev. W. S. McAhley and W. T. week following is designatedas :I OF $1,500S ACRE
who meet the tests of
can. returning to their home. :Jackson attended the Winter Community Youth Sunday and persons II
eligibility will not come until Oct.
Mrs. Hugh Ingram and Mrs. C2nd Anniversary Sale at Meeting of the Suwannee Presbytery groups are invited: to follow cooperative i| 1 at the earliest" Raising Christmas trees maybe
Eustis McKnight attended the Alvarez store. at the Riverside Presbyterian efforts to achieve good one answer to the farmer's
Nurses Cancer Setunar' in Jack I Those from here attending the Church in Jacksonville Tues- objectives for the community :1 He explained that this is because II search for extra income. ot details are managed and economic

sonville on Monday of last wt'ek,1 Democratic Party fundraisingdinner 'day. Rev. McAliley was elected the law provides that to be i L. T. Nieland. Florida Agricultural ally attended that only a trained and

Mrs. C L. May and Mrs. J. L.I in Lake City last Friday Vice-Moderator for the session. (Rites Tuesday eligible for minimum benefit payments i Extension Service forester careful organization can attend when
of $& a week a worker L
Smith oi Albany. Ga. are spending right were Guy Andrews, A. J. 62nd Anniversary Sale at I says native red cedar plantings the urgent need for serving is at
a few days with Mrs. A. C. Thomas Jr.. B. T. Thomas I. E. Alvarez Store. For Mrs. V. E. Sapp must have been in covered emplox'ment for this purpose will yield cash hand.
in at least two the
Durden. : Clark and Lavon Andrews. | Mrs Millard Jones of Rocky of for very little effort
At Dyal Cemetery first four of the five calendar
Friends will be interested to Mount, N. C. is the guest this past An acre of red cedar is worth
I ,
Arc All Cold i know that Mrs. E. S. Matthews week of Mrs. A. Z Adkias II I Mrs V. K Pnpp, Si>. died Sunday earnings quarters of at and least have$150;:had wage 1.500 under current market DeVVITT C. JONESPhone

underwent an eye operation in Richard Daniel of the U. of F I night at the home of a (laughter prices when sold for holiday trees. 7 Starke. Fla.

Remedies Alike? Holiday House Hospital in Orlando spent the weekend with Mr and I at New River after an extended The coverage extension to Cuttings may be made about the ....,

No! For sample, GAG is the aide Tuesday morning. E. L. Matthews: I I Mrs P. C. Holtzendorf Jr. illness She was horn in lIu- i firms with four or more workers fourth or fifth year, providedI t
Funeral Director
will the weekend Orlando Mr and Mrs William Fhnk of increases the number of covered Ambulance Sen let
activity medicine, which combines 4 spend in val County. Sept 9, 169.! She was I growing seasons have been favorable. -
of the must effective, udcly-pre- visiting his mother and sister, I Atlantic Reach and Mr. and Mis married to the late V E.i Sapp at employees fom 550.COO to 650,000. Sometimes, however cut- Our local funeral home enables us to otter convenience sal
ncnlx-d drugs known, to relieve a1cold Mrs H B MtLendon I Lowell Mathews and son of : or approximately time out of
be made
mi..rlt'tl I Ian early age and moved to Brad tings can a year services not otherwise available.
suuner. CC6 u more C2ndnnixersary Sale at Starke were dinner guests: Sat- four of all non-xvoikers in the I
potent and given putulive., dramatic I : ford County where she resided I I than that if conditions are excep-
rapid I't'h..r from niLtcriea of all kind Alxarvz store. 'I urdav evening: of Mr. and Mrs :'!I until her death. ,, state. Covered employers now : tionally favorable ___ 6 I 6........"

of culda. That'a why cr>6 is unsur- Mrs Marian Crosby. Bradford Garl Mathews who were celebra Surviving are a daughter Mrs number about 37000' compared to''i f We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, ana

pIUIIWd in efleUiveneaa. Try it. County Supervisor of Registration i ing thf'irt Hh wedding annive "- I jj I.. Johns, New. River; one grand I Ifi.755 before the new law took : H-'I.J. JX\E: the new t .teri accept ANf life insurance policy in force, leaned by ANT

No othfr raid remedy attended a state convention ofsupervisors sary.i t'auiiMer. Mrs O E. Crosby, State, : effect .| brook purse-si/p fountain pen- in company, as payment In part or In full on a funeral
match 666 6 6 6
or can 666 Cold TobleU.liquid in Orlando on Thursday -i< C2mlnnh'r..ar Nile at I Farm; four great grandchildren, : i i I pastel shude.s. Iris! :$2:; .58 at ISrad- Consultation carries no obligation.
I and Friday of last week. Alvarez store.OOOOOOOOOO ,land five great great grandchi I make sure that the juice it draws''I ford County Telegraph. "
out has no of
trace pink. I
dren. I
For roasting an oven temperature
Funeral services were held at :
of 325 F. is recommended.Place .
Bajless Hiway Baptist Church I
\ i iI I
Tuesday afternoon at 3.30 o'clock; the roast in an uncovered BE SURE YOU HEAR

OOEft I I with Rev Malcolm Galbraith and !.: shallow pan, fat side up for self-
I basting Add no xxater Season
Rev C. A. Crosby officiating.
atI I: either before or after cooking.
terment was in the family plot
I Dyal Cemetery under the direction I Here's how long to allow for Frank
Lake doneness: In an oven at 325 F. a
I lof Wilson Funeral Home. ,II
', small pork loin of 2 to 3 pounds
City. "
I Pallbearers were Russell Green takes about 1 1-2 to 2 hours; a .

R. R. Andrews, E. A. Sapp, John 5-to 7-pound loin 3 tot hours; World Famous
Dukes P. T. Noun and J. R. Kelly. I a 6to 8-pound fresh ham, 4 1-2 Gospel SingerPARKofthePALMS

I to 5 1-2 hours. If these cuts are

boned and rolled, allow 10 minutes

more a pound. Also allow more :
Rites WednesdayFor r
time if the meat is very cold .

B. E. FairclothOf Braising and pan-frying are

favorite ways of cooking such FRIDAY, JANUARY 27 7:30 P. M. \
MaxvilleBarney i ruts as spareribs and pork chops. ,

k ,, I Here again the loxv-temperature ADMISSION
E. Faircloth, 80, died FREE
rule is recommended. In braising, '- .
j I Monday night at his home near i
first brown the meat in fat to

!I Maxville following a brief illness. I improve flavor and add color.Then Then Buy His Records ... In All Speeds '

'lD : He was a native of Levy County i add a small amount of water -

and had lived near Maxville for cover the pan, and cook slowly ::'
| the past 30 years He was a :1TBULLINCTON'S
until the meat is thoroughly done.
: member of the Christian Church ; In pan-frving.: keep the temp- I

and the Masonic lodge. erature fairly low to moderate

I Surviving are his wife, Mrs. and cook long enough for thorough -I i I

I, Gertie Fairiloth, a daughter, Mrs. i doneness Cuts with a high i

yro Nellie Lee Wilkinson of Maxville; percentage of fat like bacon I I

I two stepdaughters, Mrs Irene MH=ag-p. and some chons need no

Padgett. Maxville. and Mrs extra fat for frxing Start thesein !

I Katie Bowen, Jacksonville, a a 1'11'(1! fry nan cook slowly! and Here Are Some Song Titles Available

: stepson Buddy Wilkinson of fn in the fat from 'he meat

Maxville\ ; two grandchildren, and .sw. In 33 1.3..45... 78 and Tape Recordings

three great grandchildren.

Funeral services were held at ,W S aOfNS OIW.SI) CHORAL ACCOMPAMME.NT Amazing Grace
2 &clock Wednesday afternoon in -- The Old
I. the Ebenezer Baptist Church r'' ___ ,,_ Rugged Cross My Saxiour's LoveI
My Heavenly Father Watches Over Me
near Bronson with burial in the IT'S TOO BAD THAT WHW I Stranger Of Galilee No One Fiver Cared For Me Like Jesus

o oottCURITV church cemetery Arrangements Blessed Redeemer
were in charge of Key-McCabe I Walked Today Where Jesus Walked
Funeral Home. I Won't Have
To Cross Jordan Alone
I The Wayfaring; Stranger
INHALE: It Is No Secret ;
t An Evening Prayer
Leave It There
HOUSEWIVES11'OIxnI r. Amazing Grace | Balm la Gilead.Vo
o ttiio1 SECURITY TODAY MEANS 1HT.IIAIiniLL AT THE ORGAN One Ever Cared For Me Like Jesus

O\ FORK COOKERYTo At Dawning My Sax-iour's Lo\'e

SECURITY TOMORROW. I Love TheeThrough Yes, God Is Real Blessed Redeemer
RHTion make the most of the plentiful Is The Years It Is No Secret Roll Jordan, Roll

pork supplies\ on the market, 5 The Lord's Prayer Stand n> Me
ft 'd the U. Department Of Agriculture -
Sa.\'iour, Like A Shepherd Lead Us
suggests cooking aimed at
CJ Chick Ration furnishes the needed factors tender texture, fine flavor, the Because (' (UICIL ARRANGEMENTSIJY
8 \l 0pr Security energy least possible shrinkage and conserving oh Me InTilE WON iit.vr.in CHORU.K

o z to the essential amino acids from vegetable and all possible nutritive val- The Lord Is; My Shepherd My God And I

animal protein sources minerals for skeleton and ue. SPECIAL He Lifted Me
Fresh pork needs to be cooked WITH THE The Consecration Hymn
I body needs vitamins in ample amounts for health, "done" all the way through to I Adjusted WORD RECORDS CONCERT ORCHESTRA Haste My Brother Haste

growth and body functions and anti-biotks for growth bring out rich flavor and as a $1.00Our In The Garden I Walked Today Where Jesus Walkul j

safety measure. But Department When They Ring Those Golden Bells The Wayfaring StrangerThe
stimulation cookery specialists explain that business i is a solid thing Love Of GodHe's
I Won't Have To Cross Jordon Aion
thorough cooking doesn't mean that i.. here to Bite you the
Got The
Whole World In His Hands An Evening: PraYt'rAnd
1906-1956 It takes so little to do so much. Ask your dealer for overcooking or cooking at such fastest, ono+t conxenient sen-
high heat that the meat is dry ice.
hate everything finein
Security Chick Ration.SECURITY and hard, and thus unappetizingLow Many
the ;.-... and oil line
cooking temperatures an

recommended to help saw nutrients -
MILLS of Jacksonville, Inc. and the juiciness that maker

sL 1700 W. Church St., )Jacksonville, Fla. this meat such good eattng. Ar.
important point to ren:enber 1- STUDIO AND GIFT SHOP
that pork is safely done v h r- r (
all traces of pink color hive a:,-.

appeared. One check on di-nem'e-

j a half century of service to southern agriculture i U to insert a fork deep into the r .

thickest part of the piece and I -



(Desperate Hours' of Gainesville visited Mrs. Delores-j once each week for four consecutive I Notice To Appear vs. George W. Cole, et al. Defend I' Knight, whose addre is :''.uh.
Home Demonstration Carmichael last weekend. i weeks in the Bradford County Telegraph To: Willie! Burgess I. whose rest- I an ta. i II Florid, and to file the .r.g.n.i.! '.
Stars BogartAt I I dense and address is: t'nknown. Order of Publication and Xotic to '1 the offii-e of the Clerk of t' r-u.'
Rev. and Mrs. G. E. Cutshaw : Dated this 12 dayof January, I I You are hereby notified tnat II 'II Appeari the Male of Florida To ,' Court all on or before the it .c.'
Notesby I ;' 1956. I suit for divorce | George W. Cole, Jacob Johns, of February 156. other-1. l.'
c; Florida SundayThe j of Tennessee are here for the rest (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby 'has been filed against you InHe Marv C A. Johns, John Darby C. legations of said "inpl.imt u ,., '
of the winter. They said it was'snowing Clerk of the Circuit Court ,above named Court and cause and M. Darby Henry,.. M. Ho'hle. Jacob : taken as ionfessed by }ou.I .
By ;Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk you are required to serve a copy of 1 e. brown, if all the place of residence i I This notice shall be pub':' :
emotion-packed story of 48 when they left home of each of whom is unknown, .. .,
lao it 2 10.OTICI your answer or pleading to the ,, once rah week fo- four : -i: ti.
) er DOROTHY ROSS hours of terror imposed upon an Monday of last; week. complaint on the Plaintiff ,, and if dead then to the unknown i weeks In the Bradford '' ,.1',1.
.:. :\ : TO APPEAR i Attorney J. Donald Gibson lOG ''I heir.devisees. grantees, creditors graph, a duly qualified npuhlilu,1 \\ ."
a:. ( Home Demonstration AgentI everyday family when their home Glad to welcome Rev. and Mrs. In Clrruit Court Bradford Count. Smith luildinir, Jacksonville 2, and >..th r persons claiming any interest in aid County.Ordered .
is invaded by brutal convicts Fliirlda In Chanrrrv.Ruth Florida.and in or to Ih.h..rt'IDatt..r de- i and issued tl.- '
Galbraith J .
I t to our community. 'ril>ed lands by. through under oragainst .
Murphy, Plaintiff>. William : January. 1!>5$
is told in "The Desperate I. They are in the' Defendant. I; file the original In the officeof each such de't',,*,',I. and to iiiFFICIAL-SKAI.)
living one of Murphy
bake I the Clerk of the Circuit Court
('n House"Norwood grill, fry and broil. Hours," showing at the Florida Case No. 101364oilrr ODor al! perns having or claiming anyinterest 'harles A. I'.rhy.
'J. before the
T. houses
Quigley the
Phelps of Phelps! Fabrics To save time and fuel, it is advisable -j Theatre Sunday through Tuesday I !'springs. Rev. Galbraith is at pastor j:\ T..: Tppeart William K. Murphy, whose 2 0 day .'f February 195*. t'.i- situate in the In fulowtng Bradford gibed County Clerk Bradford of the County l'ir,,"!1'1\t!,c' i' '
Co. in Jacksonville has invited to prepare a complete i i The powerful cast included 'I rf-idi'ti'-e and address tt: Unknown. otherwise the allegations;; Of said {I Florida, to-wit: i :
DemonstrationClub meal instead of the Bayless Hiway Church.On You art hereby iMififi.**! 'ha' a ,Complaint will be taken as confessed IVitinnlnt: : at the Intersection of
all Home of baking one item j Humphrey Bogart, Fredric Marsh, I -nit for Divorce, cu.-tody and con- by you 'I II the North line of Call Street: with MVTIf K TO 4PPF.UIIk
I the
members and prospective| alone. Arthur Kennedy, Martha Scott sick list this week are trol of minor child i TIMS notice skill be published'' the VVe.-t line of Cherry Street in Orrnlt C..rt. Bradford ( ountFlorida 1
House" I| 1'ruiti I : i Mrs. S. F. Beard and Tate Crosby. has been filed against In the once each week for four consecutive I I Iw..ks | the City of Starke, Florida, : I.. rhaarrry.Jam. .
you .
flub members to "Open I I and Gig Young. 'above named Court and and in the Bradford County Tele- thence run Westerly along the .;. Fddy. Jr. I''i"! .
which will be held in the store i The demonstration this month j j \\.p wish them a speedy recovery. you are required to serve cause a copy of 'graph. 'i Storl" line of ,'all Street for a S1.iry K EddyPet. nil InlI .
j Bogart portrays the deadly and taeaw- Dated this 15 day <-f Jan. 1956 d'-tAnce of f'5 feet then e run i l'Ii*" :N "
at 321:! Ocean Street on Thursday, was on "Fruits. The production I sadistic leader of a trio of des- your l.mplamt answer en the or Plaintiffs pleading Attorney to the OFFICIAL SE.ALI'harles A. I>aruj > 1 II I Northerly and parallel to Cherry \otlre T. AppeneScary
}.'.-b. 2, from 7 to 10 p. m. j I as well as the contribution ot I I NOTICK TO APFKtll.In Joseph K. !Skipper, 221 Florida j Clerk of the Circuit Court I Street for a distance of 40 feet, T. V. Eddyi! ,.-. .
!! I peradoes. With a hair-trigger Circuit Court, Ilradford County, 'I II Title Building, Jacksonville 2 i By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk thence run Easterly and parallel iliuiand aildreis. i': in .> .
At this event all of the newest fruit to the diet were considered. 1 temper that hovers on the edge 1 Flnrld.ii In Chanrrrv. Florida: i I '. :u 4t :!110 tu ";all Street for a di>tan'-e of Tou are n.r-Uy notified I thi' a
Club members | Kmanuel James Karhan. I JJ fett. thence run :Northerly and uit fnr
fabrics will be on display.The were given Boy- --
spring I'laintlff'l and file the original In the officeof ,
of mayhem, he rules his captives vs.' Leah Gustm Karhan. NftfKK parallel to Cherry Street fur a I>i\orie
clArks will be on hand to| senberry vines to put in their I I and cohorts with threats and vio- I Case No. 10-1357 the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I 1 The City Council of the City ofPtarKc distance of 2ii: :! feet thence run haw been filed agalnsTnu 'n 'ne>
before the
information and answer! orchards and if properly cared :utice To .\JlP"I"To r Florida, desires to sell Its IInl..r."t \ Easterly and parallel to Call above named Court and .-au-e *r I
give i lence. : Leah Dustin Karhan, uhnseli I 20 day of February 195. in the following\ property Street for a distance: of 33 feet to 1 !yon are required to nerve a e'py .r
visitors, but no selling for they should bear next year. ,, otherwise the allrKallons of flaB I I the West line of Cherry Street,
questions of "--i Refreshmentswill I Fruits are important the year Marsh is seen as thp frightened st Att-nuf, South Norwood II ''Complaint will be taken as confessed Street. Fast of and adjacent to S { theme run Southerly along the plaint i>n the Plaintiff *.tt'rr.cvi.
will be done. I father caught in the most fearful I t'hio. i by you. A. L. Hallway and described as j west line of Cherry Street for adi.tame Don.ild Oibson. lot Mirth I' '.*
be served. It is really a i round and are served far too seldom You are hereby notified that a suit This notice shall be published follows: i of 6i.; feet to the point Jacksonville, Florida
affair which the club in many homes. It is essen- j predicament possible for the head for divorce once each week for four consecutive j west Half of Lot 1, Block %G, of lleKinning; And file tit. origl "i ". > e '.rr"" i
very lovely 1 of a family. He not only faces has been filed against you in the weeks in the BRADFORD COUNTYlutrd Original Town of Starke. Fla., i, You ate hereby notified that a the Clerk of the Circuit Court .."
members of the nearby counties I tial to eat some every day for above named Court and cause and nUmtA I'll. I I and will receive sealed bids on suit has been filed against you in bef,r.. tht 11 day of I' '.
I the prospect of bodily assault up. of this, li day of Jan. U'5G 1 I same at its meeting to be held itherwe I
in their vitamin and mineral con- you are required to serve a copy at the above named <"c urt and cause the !gatloni of -H :
look forward to as I'. j on his wife and children, but he your answer or pleading to the (OFFICIAL SEAL Charles A. Darby the City Hall, February 7, 1956. atl, w hi rein the relief sought is to establish ;i'.mpl.llnlill be taken asnfesi.
preparation for their County tent. l complaint on the PlaIntiff' Attorney Clerk of the Circuit Court I 7:30 p.m. The City will convey itsinterest ] quiet and confirm plaintiffs' ,ed hv r liD.
Fruit contains vitamins C, A, I must decide whether or not to \Villiam & Kutch, I*. O. Box 13S By Marian L, Crosby, Deputy Clerk i in said property by quitclaim [I title to said lands as a fee simple :, This notice shall he publtI i iI
Dress Review.The Iarkl', Florida 1/20 It 2'IJ: deed. title, and ''once .
risk the of the deathof I to cancel of record your each week for four consvtlve
agent would like for all j Bl and B2. Vitamin C builds possibility and file the original in the officeof I I <-> CARL JOHN City Clerk. I adverse claims and to permanently week In the Bradford Con. ''
I his family at the convict's the Clerk of the Circuit! rmirt nn I :NOTICE TO APPKiU 1/20: 31 enjoin you from asserting: such Telegraph.
who plan to go to please let her| strong bones and teeth, promotes IB Circuit Court Bradford Count. 1/3''I II .
toward or before the 20 day of i claims and you are required to appear -I Dated this :5 day of Janti..i :IOFFICIAL l'
know so she can give the numberto healthy gums, strengthens walls hands if he a move 1956; otherwise the ..Frbruan"j j Florida In Chancery.Calhr I,I In The Circuit Court of Itradfurdt'ounty in said Court and cause and to '( SEAL! diaries A. t'ort'Clerk
I I the police. said Complaint will be taken as i liurKt-ss: Plaintiff. Willie i l i PJoridnt In Chancery.t'ase I serve a copy of your answer or 1 of the Circuit! rmr'
Mr. He will need the j of 1100d"essels.. Eat some everyday tfendant. ,I I No. 10-1355. .
Pheps. I I confessed by you. Hurl:" -!' pleadings to the Complaint on the Tly Marian L. froaby Der n'v 1"t1 \
information in making plans for as it is not stored in the This situation meets with a This notice shall be published Case No. 10-1365 Bernard Emanuel et ux. Plaintiffs plaintiff atturn'y, hilts V. : .:
desperate heriosm that leads to a __ __ _
refreshments. The agent will be I body. It is found in citrus fruits I ----- --- -- -- ---- __- __- __n _- n -_--_ ---- -- ---- --
climax. --- -- -
going and all who wish may go and strawberries. I|I stunning ------------ ---

with her.Roaster : Vitamin prevents night blindness I I I '_..._..- "

Demonstration I builds resistance to infection i I ''''TTT..TTTT.TT. I ALVAREZ' _

Marilyn Cox, a member of the I and is found in yellow peaches -:, t _
senior girls' 4-H Club, demonstrated -,I cantaloup, bananas, canned HEILBRONN I

a complete oven meal in, red sour cherries. i / // \

the electric roaster Thursday at Vitamin Bl or thiamin is for;I Its 1lrll.nrl'l Norman ,. 1d

the annual meeting of Clay Elec-i appetite, digestion and 0
good i & &&&&&& &AAAAAAA 0 0
tric Cooperative in Keystone: I
healthy nerves.
Heights. The meal consisted of |: Our Church Choir was one of CD l 0 0 r
Vitamin B2 or riboflavin pro-
meat loaf, For hook lima beans, and I those chosen to sing at the Song
motes growth, healthy eyes
and baked potatoes which required skin and good muscular coordination I Festival held at the Starke Bap- o a

1 1-2 hours to bake at 375 tist Church last Friday night. O o

degrees F. I Bill Green was home with his O
I Both B vitamins are found in I II 0 0 0
An electric roaster has its i family most of last week.
citrus fruits, bananas, pineapple 00 -c0
I 0
be used when a II III r
place. It can Marklee Norman of Camp Gor- 0
range is not available as at the and canned plums.Boysenberries don, Ga. visited the Leroy Nor- 0
I similar to blackberries o0
lake on weekends and on picnics.It mans last Sunday. '
is quite versatile-being used contain some of all these i 0 o _
'I Mr. Mrs. Ancel Norman
j and
I _
types of cooking as to vitamins a
for many
j and son Clifford were in Keystone _
t/t/fttfttrlt/f...7t117t.. -" ." " 'I Heights last Thursday at- : I'
.1 i tending the annual meeting of

LONG BRANCH ; BAYLESS HIWAY\ Clay Electric. -" '
I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp and !

and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy

l.y Mrs.! 4. I. StrictihindtLAAAAAAAAAAAUAAAAAAAA' By Anna Ruth Crosby1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA sons Norman and baby of Camp of Bland.the I 8 DAYS ONLY --- JAN. 27 THRU FEB. 4, 1956 ... 8 DAYS ONLY

ing were supper guests
I _
Senior Normans last
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carter an- Mack Sellers of Jacksonville

nounce the arrival of a son. visited the Floyd Crosbys last ,I night.:Miss Estelle Green of Jacksonville -i CASH SALE"i MEN'S GASH SALE
Yougan Padgett has been on Sunday afternoon.Mr. :
i spent the weekend with 6 6
the sick list for several days. and Mrs. Clarence Hutchi CURLEE AND SEWELL SUITS
i I her parents, the Bill Greens. ONLY
Mr. Faircloth does not improve j I son and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norman i Nooky: Crawford was home on ONLY :
in health and has been very visited Gene Norman in Jacksonville
any -
j leave from his base; in South :
ill for some time now. The rota-relatives Sunday afternoon.Mr. I i I Carolina last weekend. I.50\ 0 2

'.re taking nights in and :Mr. Charles Hutchison 1 Mr and Mr.- M Beach of Ja.-k- t Need The Must SomeBILLS
with him. I Pay
lion, sitting up spent the weekend with the C. C. sonville! and Ai''hit' Carnm-hao!

Mrs Henry Mosley was in a Hutchinsons... Charles_ __ has been_ ,
serious condition In St. Vincent's I[I------i stationed in North Pn Carolina. Mrs.I! n GASH $37.50Now: ; OFF $21.95Now ; : n

operation.She '
Hospital, following an $29.99
Hutchinson! who has been work- $19.95
be discharged, but B
wus to \ing in Gainesville as a nurse, resigned -

mffcrea a relapse.Mrs. ; last week to return with

Brooksie Mosley suffered j her husband to his new station in d SPORT COATS !E d
time and has We Are Oterstocked SLL BOOTS
fast as was I J1usl Iteducl Stock
not improved as
John Kenney, who is in the;

hoped Navy, left recently for San Juan, : 9.95 to 29.95 IX STOCK
calledto I Were Now NO NAME STETSON'S:: I
Mrs Richard Lang was
Puerto Rico, where he will be stationed -!
Jacksonville twice last weekto for a while. :Mrs. Kenneyis % Were 6.95;

her uncle, Will Dupre, who is I staying with her parents, Mr. 2O\ OFF i I 15.50 12.95 Reduced to 5.45 2001. OFF

very ill. We do wish speedy recoveries and :Mrs. R. D. Reddish, while he A I 12.95 9.99 A

for all these sick folks. is away. I All Champ and Etchison _

Understand Carson Griffis had Mr. and Mrs R. R. Crosby entertained 10.00 8.50 HATS Reduced 20*
his Wolverine and Chippawa $1.65
operation on
to undergo an

eye not long ago. dinner for Sunday their with son a birthday Gerald. N WORK SHOES : chSH RTSN

Bro. Allen of Middleburg Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lucian LEVIS I FLORSHEIM SHOES WORK
at Clay Hill! CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON I
brought the message I
Conner and son of the State Farm, Reduced 202 '
Church Saturday night. Bro. Les- i about this Values to $22.95
and :Mrs. C. F. Bateman of ;
l.Mr. 4.25 and 3.95
ter Taggart will preach this Sat-I j I Starke Mr. and :Mrs. Bill Shand- I N I Others Reduced From I N
urday night and the Swamp Land iley of Bradenton, Miss Sue Jackson hear tell that more insuranceis I i All To 14.80 NOW' i 1.19

Quartette will be present to sing. 'I of Starke, and Miss Judy 7.95 to 4.99 : Down Go At I j
living than dead
The folks of the communitymet paid on on
Haislop. 3.45
last Friday night and finished ONE LOT LOW TOPS :
putting up the sheet rock on I We are sorry that Mr. and Mrs. policy holders Does this I' 3.95-Now 2.99 : To I

the main part of our building.1 H hope:!McRae they are have better been now.sick, and mean people are learning to :I Were : DUNGAREES I! 3.-l5 and 2.95:

The two class rooms will be finished -

next. The window casingsand I Don Newmans, Bobby Russell, save for education, investment Were Now I Khaki and Grey
LONG Men's
other finishing work will be! and Marty Crosby went to St. : Young 1.95 1.65

will done be at held the next Friday working or Saturday., which 'Augustine Rev and :Mrs.Saturday Galbraith and and moved little or retirement thru insurance i V (UNDERWEAR) : DRESS SHOES 2:25: 1:95: WORK PANTS V

Come and see how much betterour :,I Paul to their new home at Heil- than for death bene-i SHIRTS 2.75 2.25

church house looks since this I bronn Springs. fits to dependents? : Now Reduced Now : .
work has been done. We regret that Aunt Missy I .E Were LEVIS 1 NOW 1.25 E

The Clay Hill PTA met Tuesday Sapp passed away last Saturday I ; 1.75 1.25 From 4.99 PANTS and JACKETS I 2

of last week, with only a I I night. 8.99

few present. They met Tuesday ol: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newmans I Charley E. Johns D RA W E R S' Now 3.45 Each I

this week to plan the Founder'sDay I I of Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs. R Now' I Ii R

program for next month. Lois Newmans last Sunday. I !! i Were i Roj-s Short SleeveSHIRTS

Mrs. Ed Simpson of Starke l I All church i & Son Agency 1.75 1.25
services same time ARROW :
called on friends in this neighborhood
as usual. Don't forget YoungPeople's SPORT SHIRTS I I
early last Sunday morn.1 Meeting each Phone 13 Starke, Fla. UNION SUITS TULANE :
The Fred Langs and the! Saturday I S I WING I II S
ing. j I night at 7:30. Were Now I
StrickUnds were among those ;,- I WILSON 2.95 to 9.95 1.25 and 1.89 Values
visited. I 2.65 1.95
_. ___ Ii
Minnie Lee uurr ana sons i i '

Jacksonville church services were Sunday visitors: mornings in u'l I' i ii i I A : THIS SEASONS TOP QUALITY REDUCED 1 u 3 Reduced A A C ASWEATERS

of the day withP3.d i LO SLEEVE
and spent part BANK = ==== = To
and Mom Strickland. Rev. = I

and Mrs. Lane and daughter, II I ) '
Clara, and Mr and Mrs. Waln-I I /0 ALL REST GRADE %

wright also spent part of Sun-'' DEPOSITS 20 OFF 25

day with the Stricklands and I

helped us eat chicken. i -_ = = i JACKETSOTHERS SUlylUCASEy
We have needed rain for so Y

long, and it looks as if we are' BUILD CROSBY SQUARE With Each
to pt some at last. JiFREE i
going: REDUCED
: % S25.00; Purchase
Remember Sunday School at -- I
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10 a. m.. preaching at 11, Training -
I !
AS To Take Clothes Home
Uiu n at 6 p. m and preaching -

at 7 p m. Sunday. Prayer PROSPERITY S

Meeting Invit..d.Now 7pm. Wtdnesdav AllrE' 200\ o OFF F F FALLTROUSERS I KHAKI GREY, GREEN

Bank deposits ore a powerful factor in A HUNTING CLOTHES : WORK JACKETS A

the financial strength of any commu- TOP COATS JACKETS PANTS !

Open nity. They form the foundation for the

extension of bank credit which serves L VESTS % L

SMITTY'SBARBER I the needs of business and industry. 25% OFF 20% OFF : 25 OFF

i So bank dollars are strong dollars; 1 3 OFF
I working constructively for sound local E Don't Want To Carry Over I SOME LINED

Street Opposite progress.

Court ]House I .


Eat t. 1891 "TilE STORE; FOR MEN

Starke, Florida
Member Florida National Group 1

Owner & Operator 4t soL* I i!
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'St. Mark's Episcopal BORNJOO_ SOON Jackie Hobbs Adult CourseIn Motor Trouble

I I"V. Raymond MatBlain! seflouo Will Represent Tax Returns Shuts Off Water

.'j n f" at St M.irk's tj.Jl-l'Op.i1 { m&rvp BHS In Contest Will Be OfferedTh For Hampton Users

'MUK'ti! will be as; follows: :i I VACCINE Ites '

"-unddy: 9:45: a.m. Church ] S !i..s.4 Jackie iiabbs ti.l.ughter ,' Pru'lfonl (',".intv Aiiul: Ed11. \\'..I'r'r.. .' i". !H.i :.;,.' ... q.t"ii'florirv -

V;; 11110: and Adult Class; 11 a.m. I Ci/MC !4s "1 Mr and Mr.-, J. C. Hobbs of I at ion Program! will offer a : : intc'nip'el; I i.wvt..

:Mnriuiig Prayer anj Sermo.i; 6'3l) 4'f j S.arkt' has earned through corn : short course in how to prepare I,, ". motor failure: It u ..1..ir.r.: .r.

Church IVeshylerian Church pill ---Y.P.S.L ; f, 1 petitive examination the honor I all forms of income tax returns :!i ed by M. L Walter-. r. ..u :. .

Wednesday: 7:2: p.m. Ltan> 'of rt'pn.5entmgBradford High! including the farm return. The the Hampton % .itcr WoWatterson -,.

(:"- Robert Summi-i Muu.sier, SalInh".hllt ( hi"" juaitiocI .!lId Meditation; S pm. Chon I Srhool in statewide judging for: course will consist of only three inforru-1! I h t-t::

I I Kei: C.uletun! Steven.--. Associate p.m. Practice. i s-l.oOO and $; )H scholarships in classes with the first scheduled tterthat the service i.* u':.J t>-

:Minister.S4flkLiy. ; Holy Communion: is: Sunday the annual Betty Crocker Homemaker I to sartfnda ', Feb. 6. in the
| Sunday School 9M5: a.m. Mon off. :uid advised them t. !iy t>v
ill a. m.; 3rd Sunday 7:30: a. m. | of Tomorrow contest. She USO building. Starke. The other
School &:15: a. m. Morning ', Worship, "A Decision I to f a supply of water. so a nrrurr.-.i": '
'ing awaits everyone.KINGSLEV. ; will also be eligible to compete!I II I two classes will be on Feb. 13 and
Worship 11 a. m., "The Light I Obey" 11 a.m. Youth Fellowship i I amount of inconviencv n-su'/e.:
; I II for a 5.000 national scholarship i i 20
lit the World." Mr. Stevens will I The Hampton Water W.irk.
Beverly and Linda Chapman, host- !
i LAKE I award to be made to the AllII
\pn-ach. and the Wesleyan Serv- i (.545. 6 p.m. Evening Worship.] USSIOS.Il'TIST American Homemaker of Tumor !I Professor E. G. Peterson of thiUniv'rsity has been owned arr! opi! 'r.r sl h\

I H c Guild will be honored at this observance of Youth Sunday with of Florida Accounting the Watterson family for "over 4'-1>>
School 9:43: a.m. Morning | I row.
Sunday Department will teach the
.'er\'ue. IYF, 5 p. m.. recreation Youth Fellowship in charge of I- course years. Recently, YVaiter&m t-ir-
fellowship supper. meeting. Evening service 7:30 p.m. Worship 11 a.m. Evening !I .' I Ja kie demonstrated her homemaking I|I which IS under the auspices of the down the old wooden water trJ'

i( Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting i knowledge and attitudeby Internal Revenue Service. Each '
Service 7:30 p. m., sermon Junior Choir i j i and replaced it with one 'f si--
I: Wednesday-- prac- .
Kenneth Jones, theology stu- : 'each Wednesday 7:30: p.m. Everyone j : : I receiving the highest score I| class will be of two hours dura-
by itice, 3:30: p.m Prayer Meeting,
ilent. Gainesville. welcomeRev.. H. HMott, j for her school in a written ex I tion. beginning at 7:30: p. m.
pm. '
pastor. amination given to graduating While the materials Ball
m.VSCS for the 0\F.-FOK-\I.L Point Pen
Tuesday. 9:30: ,
senior girls in 10.222 of the na I I course will be furnished by the Refill KiU any pen. 49o Bradford -

Prayer Wednesday.Group. 7:30 p. m.. Prayer !! St. Edward's Church t'ESTt'O; :\I. tit iLl' t-- fr'I tion's schools. Her test paper will |,,, government a small registration County Telegraph.:

Bible CHURCH be entered in competition with fee will be charged each member -
and Study.
Meeting 1 Sunday Mass at 9.15 a. m. Sunday Scnooi 10 a a. 162 school winners in Florida. of the class to cover trans- ..
Thursday, 6:30 p. m.. Youth i Holy day masses. 6:30: a. m. and Mormnp Service 11 a.m. Homemaker i I. : t
The girl selected State portation and teaching expenses.
Choir Rehearsal: 8 m.. Chancel '
p. I
<::30 a. m.Childien's. Evening Service : p.mi
will receive
'hoir Rehearsal. of Tomorrow The class will be limited to
Catechism Class each Prayer Meetings Wednesaa.j j ItIfl4 I '
I II I a $1.500 scholarship and a trip'j 20 members Acting Director L.
at 3:15 m. T-.4S Saturday nigM .-. .
At The Tabernacle Wednesday p. ,I pm. tj I. j in April with her school advisor !j l H. Gibson invites all persons interested -

Keystone HeightsAt I . i. Washington, Williamsburg. and !I!, in the course to register
( St. William's Chapel) ChURCh OF CultIST II i ij -v- ..... !i
and Mrs. Forest .
Mr. Compton -
: a j Philadelphia where the | by postcard showing the returnaddress.
1 (Follow Hiway 21 south to St j C. L. Oxerturf Jr., Minister j "" '.r... .
01 Scranton. Pa. were visitors at I .,-" {:Z'J .-., winner will be selected from the i iI Due to the limitation on

Sunday morning services in the William's Sign.) 1; Sunday Bible Study 10 a. m we-..'. : 4'-!:;.''. #t 1 state winners Each state runner- :j the class size, the first :0 cards

Sunday Mass 8 a. m. : Worship 11 m. Evening .....i' 0' 4 r,
Tabernacle. Mrs. Compton is an Morning a. .,.'" 'lJ '7 -'!>->M'., ." j up will receive a $500 scholarship. I II I: received will form the initial
took Holy day masses 7:30: a m. Worship 7:30 m. '.': .t"1--I ..
accomplished pianist and p. '. ""' ,J'.t, ,!/ I Participants were tested in 10 membership. Address the card to
Confessions before all Masses.SEVF.TI1 Bible Study 7:30( I'I j jp. :<1>".
service. She Wednesday '
part in the musical : .. t'.A. Vir", I I major areas of homemaking including I Box 1190 Starke.
will be remembered from Camp m. j and
: DAYI .... family relationship Miss Della Rosenberg announces -
Ulanding days as having visited j Radio program "Old l'aths"each !
I spiritual and moral value I that a Beginning Refresh-
Starke during that time.' Later i Sunday a. m. I'
Services each Sabbath in the WDVH I IBKOOKKU V j en) Shorthand class will be organized -

the Comptons were dinner. guestsof Old :Masonic Hall on E. Call St. ,, New Child Star Tuesday Jan. 31. at 7:30:
Mr and Mrs. Quigley.A ? I
:Sabba:.. School 2 p. m. Preaching, i p. m. in the BUS Business De.I -

followed week by the of revival observance meetings of the i every week by R. L. Mathews, pas BAPTIST CIIL'KCIIUe NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED In Comedy Hit partment. For information on Never too BigTo

23rd Anniversary of the founding tor. Bible Study each Thursday \. C. 15 Stalling" Pastor I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY ; Coming To Park I other courses being offered under Learn !
7:30: p. m. A friendly welcome ; i i the Adult Education Program '
,,t the Mission Hall and Tabernacle Sunday School 10 a.m.. Morning ;

and other special services iiritrii OF JESUS 'IIRIST Worshhip 11 a.m. BTU 6:30: p.m.. j jEvening ISy Uora J. Shell ; The Private War of Major I interested persons are invited to I II 1 I THINGS change a lot in a few
I T......... YT9YYY9Y.Y9.Y9".YYYY.A..A j Benson new comedy hit playing I contact H. P. Morgan County
future. Service - - - - - - - - ---- i iI '
scheduled the near 7:30 Prayei New values
:i-v for LATTER n.S.I'TS p.m. i ) 'eal1' new possessions
I at :he Park Theatre Sunday School Superintendent or L H I
Among those viewing the oil Services each Sunday in old Meeting Wednesday'7:30: p.m. I legion lk.n..N| ('ontestantsAccording quently used by students, then: I I through Tuesday introduces anew I Gibson changing economic

painting. "The Feast of Belshaz- Masonic: Hall on E. Call St. Sunday I to Post Commander she gave her "ten command child star, Little Tim 1I0vey.I i i I conditions fires windstorms .

zar" ?this week were visitors from School 1" a. m. Sacrament ''Lawsuit Seeks : Ike Kelly, several students of i iRJE ments" for better studying. Mr. I i who shares acting honors with Hampton accidents

London Ontario. Canada Pi-nn- Service 6:30: p m. Everyone wel high school will try for the :Morgan spoke briefly on "Better Council
Julie Adams.
svlvanl Washington.: D. C and coie. To Channel Pike regional high school oratoi-ical'' Schools i Make Better Communities. I Charlton Heston and I Studies :''What's: "in the Jm<)I\! for
] }{{':.ton plays the role of Major Zoning
Quito F.culdor.J" Into ExpresswayA contest that is being sponsored I :I ." In closing. he emphasized i Benson a tough Army career officer I I iyou? Better call on thisAgency

EVERGREEN I; by the National American Le- : :the importance of doing something I who Dislikes what he con- The need for a Zoning Ordinance -:, : today for up-lo-the-

BAPTIST CHURCH lawsuit seeking to funnel! j I gions. The regional contest will i' I II for someone every day i if j skiers the Aimy's kid-glove treatment i was dis< ussed at the first i minute insurance advice and

Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching he held at Bethune-Cookman College possible.: He said that the person! ,
;the statelong toll turnpike into I of rookies and says so in a I meeting of the year of the Hamp- protection.
11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. : the Jacksonville Expressway Daytona Beach at which j most liked in school are those ton City Council.
national magazine.:: The Army l
I I m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer system was filed in circuit court time the student from PJE will! 'who give share and help others. 1 hl'ts'pn by assigning the Major i Erection of a chicken house -- "- -
Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. last week at Ft. Lauderdale.Two be carried over by commander of. (Other persons participating included I
I as an ROTC instructor at a religious within the city limits which is
Rev J E Lingerfelt! pastor. Post 3H or a representative fromthe Rev. A. Jenkins, pastorof Vai1
H. C. \
Jacksonville and two St. | military school for young j bringing complaints from neigh- Agency
chapter. The oration wilI,I Antioch Baptist Church. Supervisor I
Augustine men brought the suit i' boys Julie Adams is seen as! j 11101'5. brought the matter to the
.'.UTlIJ'TIST CHURCH have to be 10 to 12 minutes long. Shell and members of
in an effort to prevent the northern i the resident\ physician at the I attention of the Council. Phone 146
LAUTEV. I Lt. written by the students. This i the Class. Chester
project Crtim. presi-
end of the turnpike from bypassing I school. j The Council decided however,
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching is being steered by the English '' L1.. teacher De-
dpnt l : Royal ;
: Jacksonville on the west I II I ) 'inp- 'par-old Tim, as one of I that since no zoning laws are in 200 E Call Street
11 a. m. & 7:30". m. Midweek department of the school. The loris Jenkins, reporter. '
I I atvl ending! at Tisonia on U. S. the Major's charges at the school. i effect the only recourse that
service Wednesday 7:3.0: a. student will be required to make'an '
p. I'T.lIubh Club Chit ( haThe
Starke. Fla.
17 about 15 miles north of Jack ) j has a role that calls for humor. any resident has is under the existing -
A R Massey. pastor. extemporaneous: speech of I'TA IUE will hold '
Of reg-
sonville. ;j pathos. Anti above all charm. law which forbid anyone --- --- -- ------
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six minutes to test 'I -- -
not more than ulai! monthly meeting on Wed. -- -
Critics that he will go onto from maintaining a public nuisance - -
This is the route finally apIII'o'ell i ---- -- -
hampton Christian Church his knowledge of the subject heus's I.'..b 1. S p. ni., with PresidentS first big .
by the Turnpike Authori- become 1
Bible School 10 j
Sunday -- a. m. for his main A local
speech. hiu Royal in charge. A spiceyprogram
{) : result of i Mayor C. Wadsworth who
in a
ty, which is named defendant in cl'ild sar: years as
.j i
11 a. m. Evening
1't Pleaching elimination will be held in the has been for :
you in this was on a trip did nut attend -
role away
J (Christian Endeavor m. Preachng -. the suit brought by George W. irk picture I
p. cafetorium of RJE: date: will be I
V by: :Mis. Mae B. Scott chairman. the meeting.
Jibbs Jacksonville industrialist
7:30 m. Wednesday Bible] i : .
: p. this ,
ii4. 7 announced in paper.I'uIiu All making pledges for
.. holder of Jacksonville Expressway
Hour 7:30 Willard M.1 "and Larson Appeals
-,,_ Tones.tudy Pastor.: p. revenue bonds; E. D. ()r \t' in Full Suing > 110 toward completion! of pay i, -IRACTOR HARROWIM; -

4 Several students are filling up ments on piano are asked to For ComplianceWith j
Solomon of Jacksonville retired Double or Single Disc j
their second with dimes, make if and
VI j card !! reports possible
1'ENT.U'OSTAL H.iptist minister anti former editor New Law IMowinjj and other Tractor
which is the type of fighting thatI others' are asked to pledge. All] | 1I j
cuitt GfliMAiflaTwite raluxii HOLINESS CHURCH of The Florida Baptist Witness -
Work the Hour
I needed to lick Polio. All perSons family dollars are needed now. by
; David U. Dunham, St. Augustine I Insurance Commissioner J. Ed- [
Sunday! School 10 a. m. Morning 1 ;1 attorney, and Carl W. are asked to have their cards: j The PTA is anxious IQ finish the i Larson has appealed to all'' OVID LEWIS

11 a. m. Evening, in by Tuesday Jan. 31. A representative piano so they can make plans tpurchase Will I
Worship ;
- TampaJan. Hawkins of the Model Land Co., to all the before, I Florida motorists to take heed ], iso W. Madison St.
Service 7:30: m. Wednesdaynight come a stage curtain i
p. 'St
Augustine. I Financial Responsi- :
Prayer Service 7:30: p. m.-' The complaint states that 28 schools and collect the coin cards I dedication.! All members throughout ,.j I that the law new applies to all drivers Phone 56VtAkAAAAAAAAAAA&.AAAA& iI I

,. I and give credit to each school the county are asked to attend bility
Re Roland S. Morgan, pastor. worth
million of express- accidents regardless &'
I involved
Contribution made. The his Important meeting, W1A !
bonds already issued, and for the I very
31 Feb. 11 way Miss I of fault.
\\0)1)UV.MISSIONARY 23 million j money will be counted by rain or shine. I
; a planned additional I' Commissioner Larson referred
BAPTIST CHURCH Barefoot and the fund I III I
sara E. Wat ei oak PTA will hold regu-
the Jacksonville -
See it often! See if all! 10 a m Sunday School 11 a.m :i Collars to complete chairman and deposited. The I I1othl'r's lar monthly meeting on Monday! I tn the new law which became effective -
would be cn- all
;Breaching 6:15: BTU. 6:43: : pray. highway system II March will be hold on I Feb. 6. with President Beatrice: I last Oct. 1. requiring I 1' '
Come for fun. for thrills ,\lingered by an estimated $-1011- involved in accidents
'r sen-ice. 7 o'clock song services,, starting at 7 persons
Wednesday Feb. 1. DeSue in charge. According to
to see the am3Zing array 000 a year loss in revenue from 'I I amounting to S50: property C LU.Somethng
30 evening services. asked to
citizens are M. E. Roberts the ITA
of achievements in Florida toils if the turnpike by-passes p. m. All principal injury to dam-I '
put their porch lights on.: lighta I is sponsoring the milk programand age or old Something new
agriculture industry com the city. I. of
HEILBRONNBAPTIST while the tain future proof
a lantern plan to paint the inside of the! -
candle or : tj4o..eIAue.
will I
merce, art and culture CHURCH As planned 1. the tutnpike Polio.I.I'S.. modern i pTonsibility or risk the loss ofjI I
t help ( make i i
mothers march () building' and! a
Something new to do and Sunday School 10 am. Preaching .. follow the Clay-Bradford county of Lincoln CityLs I children. All I I motoring: : privileges. i:
Mitchell lun.-hroom for the :
north to south through ( Janie I So I ar. s.. 1:1",1.| but winter
line from as
see every minute Have 11 a.m. Training Union 6:3: () chairman for the and friends are ur'etito I: 'I The Insurance Commissioner |
this section. and an interchangewilt county-wide I patrons the new law, hasemphasized isn't OMT jrt how uill yo.rear
I -utminstratoi of
fun on the big Midway; p.m. Preaohing 7:30 p.m. Prayei f 230 htht'r'arl.h.. Mothers in : attend the meeting.
be l.K-aled on Highway also that suspension'of j prrform from n watching auto races, parades Meeting Wednesday 730; p.m. about communities of Bradford County I Hampton Training ITA held 1 II'j .
Road [
I New HUnding ) ; i driver's license or tags against I II -- witl. I et us cheek
thrill shows and other Rev. F B. Beard pastor. have been asked by 5uperViSOrShill I regular nu..tingon Tuesday. your
th.v Miller .MSt! of Starke. ,1 I motorists will likeI -
spectacular! events to participate in the March. President Jones is encouraging' oii'-of-state: "You should Mr. him the} lean .
I effected under new reciprocal -
Sparkling entertainment, day X.I LA. i-trict Meeting all patrons and friends to attend wise be expected to the i.Utc* at the 4iiii<|iin drill:" .

and night, for old and young. FILL DIRT Rotarians Want Twenty-nine girls in the dome I the movie each Friday nighlat : !; agreements betweenFlorida j
KJR. taught bo in operation soon For those \\lioiood k.flIW O I.ulirication
of school are being |
IncludedIn i Economics classes the as they
GOOD RICH the ji 1. and other states I ( O \S h..1 IJaluic
by Bettye Thomas, attended j shown for the!" benefit of thschool. II i food and lose it

CAR AUTO RACES Federal Program ,i district meeting of the New : Principal Taylor Ls an. i I Larson said "We 'an negligence no longer We !s-r\e. it rightAnd ;

THRILL SHOWS PARADESWORLD'S TOP SOILSee Homemakers of America held at I i xio.is: to get Hobby-Sewing grouj I'' tolerate the extreme involved: ]! plenty nf it. WAGER'SSERVICE '-4
the fact ..1 drivers who become
LARGEST MIDWAY .\ lesolutum deploring I. Peck Ugh School. Fernandina on j started actively again. In preparation j of
FREE GRANDSTAND SHOWS that V S. Highway 301 has not Friday, Jan. 20. Transportation j i for open house this spring: I in highway mishaps without"

PIRATE INVASION & PARADE heer designated as one of the I Ifill' was provided by the Board ofPublic : and the Fair in the fall we art f means for paying damages. I III GUIDON GRILLGeorge
requirements -
STATE & COUNTY EXHIBITS BILL JACKSON highways: to receive federal and recon1 funds 1 Instruction through the I \!'kingcomplett' cooperation of al j I! Liability under Insurance the new law fire STATION
improvements county
LIVESTOCK SHOWS & SALES Transfer efforts of II. P. Morgan. patron.4 9X7 Teniplf I'luioi- 4Pe
laokson Company Federal Aid coverage hf $$10.000 for ,, Kopelousos Owner
should the delegatt's minimum
S'I W.tlOn The voting Schoo 1 I
FLA. ELECTRICAL EXPOSITION by Con- | superintendent. Thurston Elementary of $20,000( for' Starke. Ha.vvyyyvvvvy"yyyvv'. Starke.! 11a.I .
Phone 165 Highways Bill be passed were Essie Mae Aycox and ITA meeting was postponed according .1 I iniury one person.
I :: I
Starke for property
; ;I giess. was adopted by the Kittles. The other 27 President E. I. Walkeri two and 15.000
i';''' 1tii1[ I'' last Rosebud I to .1 I becoming involved ,
Club at its meeting follow-j I dimages. Upon
Rotary in the i
cold WPT
participated -------- -- --- week girls meetings ) Pencil on I I i It thei, If there is a need for ;! I in an accident the motorist must! : Mensn()thinK
ing group
-- -- -- --------= called attention either take out insurance or put STORE
-- --- -- The evolution and earrings -
wood applique; 21 Beads called: ] meeting it will be announced 11 nLfnlVLL FIish1891
hrf'f'I' l
of for t -
t-i the fact that 301 is one made out of wall paper: I by I'incipal! S. C. Price.. tin other collateral 8

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH the most travelled highways from InsTVtce training for candidates; "Th' hpflting problem at the schoo rear period.'Smoke .
to I ---------N------ '
Md. -
: Baltimore. i
at 6tj
its origin achievement:
and it seemsI
51 Degrees of I j has been solved i

STARKE, FLAIK its terminus at Sarasota and Decorative pillows. Our chapter ]I that all IS well. Principal Price Tax Brings 'I 1 '

i __ railed use upon its best the efforts Florida to delegationto have 301 on president.the evaluation Ruby Lee committee.Hall, servej\\v\ ,j j'j i i.from Jt anxious the ITA to come have out volunteer and helpi ".City $3,096.38I ELECTRIC SERVICE

I :> LEWIS I). HAINES. Pastor designated as one of the roads to are proud to bring to our readers j i paint the inside of the school I City of Starke received I

receive federal funds for improvement district of-i 1 the stoveshave !! I/TII.
Jefferson. and (Court Streets In The Heart of TownPhonl' and reconstructionshould the name of the first Mae Ayi !!I building! Smoke from | $3.096.38 as its share of the cig-! !
Essie black.
RJE. made the walls almost
Office 234 Pastoriura 130 i ficer or an-tte tax collected in November
!' the highways bill be pass- elected j
Hampton was I :Mr. : has already given I
i'cox of Morgan I Other towns in this area and
--- (> I! treasurer. I them i j the amount received were: BrookI -

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. !.i the meeting: Jackie Lane. |,, a little time and use it for ";;choo: I $145.7S; Hampton $S2.37; RADIO

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:16 P.M. Funeral Friday Joan Jenkins. Pearlie IarHelen B. Pitt- I beautification?" | Keystone Heights $408.56; Lake I AND

For Mrs. Whitfield j I I man. Lucille Walker. Adult EducationA Butler. $577.61; Lawtey. $282.20.

Midweek Service Wednesday. 8:00: P.M. I! White. Rosebud Kittls.Rose final call for Adults legister? a--, --

Bradford Whitfield l Lee<< Moore Beatrice Moore Bet- ed in school to leturn. We willreporting be day. starting with Sunday Schoolat TELEVISIONSale
Mrs. Irene
Hear the Sunday Morning Service 0\ t'r WDVH at M. died Wednesday. Jan. 18, following -I'|I tye Jenkins. Ruth Mae Jenkins you present/ for the 10 a. m. Assistant! Supt. Irene I ZENITH 17" .,,
Hankerson. I F.vanston: T181IRW 159.95 ----
Jenkins Minnie res. ot this month because we expect Thomas in charge. During the
11am. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. a lingering illness. She I| Dorothy
Gwendolyn Marshall, Velma Iut if you n0 lonb'erwant morning worship hour Sister M t. *
had: made her home with her son you hen Your TV Nee'....
Bryan Whitfield at the State I Tyson. Mae Lois Morris, Alice to have these classes please L. Paul will be in charge of theprogram. Service Call 166 and Serrire

;; Farm for over 15 years. He is her Hudson. Mamie Coleman, Marzie indicate: it so that we may officially Special music will be I "flflpnseppapap n.e sS en .________ _____
Lee Hall. MaryAlice close them. Mr. Gibson rendered by Miss Mable Jenkins
De>Pue. Rubye :
only survivor.Mrs. 224 N. Temple Ave. PHONE 166 Starke. florida
Ida Hawkins. Em- will not allow and Sister Beulah Lennon. Other
THE CHURCH AT CORINTH"! Whitfield was born in : Roberts. and MJ Morgan

Ahertlevn. Miss., Aug. 1 i, 1S67. I ma L. Kelly. Essie Mae Aycox. us to conduct eases if 16 or who will\ sing in the choir will .-- -

Will He The Pastors Timely Message Sun II A.M. member of the Baptist Isabelle DeSue Grace DeSue more persons are not enrolled include regular members and Mrs I I
S"e was: a
Don't Fail To Hear This Much Needed Sermon! Church Roberta Scott Hazel Tyson. and present Seventy-eight per- Maurice White. A: 4 p. m. the WE: WILL BE OPENFRh1)AY

Fi'neral services were held at I. Christine Williams. Joan Britt. sons paid registration fee of 52. society will present Ozora Shellin INTIL9:00: P.M I II

BAPTIST CHURCH h.. graveside in Shiloh Cemetery, Many thanks to Mr. Morgan and including four complete paymentsfor concert recital. She will sing.

FIRST Board of Education for making music at Eber.ezcr. Four per- plav and present dramatic readings I
IV'rk. Friday morning I the From 6 9
Fruit!!land I to
educational trip possible.The have made partial payments. for listening pleasure p.m.
HAMPTON FLORIDA 11 30 o'clock with Rev. Kerr this sons your S SPECIAL E I l
:. k officiating Interment was in ; bue was driven by Rev R. Lets keep adult education ir. Admission is free to all. The gen- I FRIDAYl'OltTItLE
I is cordially invited to
Bradford CountySocial eral! public
De- Dell. I
Sunday School 10AM. i- :'imty! plo: there with
Seventh Tirade Studies Teiu-hers Meet these two activities on
in I Thanks! from attend I
Hill Wi" r Jones Keg.
Don Supt.
I of the Studies Teachers Of Jan. 29
The teacher and pupils The Social Sunday,
th.irgtof arrangements.AK1 I I $l99:
Training Union 6:30 PM V seventh grade at PJE taught by District 5 of the FSTA met at M:. Pisgah A.ME. Church MIX .95

Asa McKeithen. Dir. 'c: ( > (>.F THXNKS Mrs. L M. Royal. wish to thank Central Academy. Palatka. Rev ReE L Walker pastor had! 1 14 .6 to 9 P M.

t..'" We take this means of thanking: publicly Mrs. Verna Demorest Roosevelt Dell was the represent- the laying of the corner stone on i MASTER FrayOnIyWHEN

)Keening KvanueliMic Service .:\JfrI ,t'.l:' those; who so kindly aided us '"H Supt. Morgan for the very a'ive from Bradford County and the new church in spite of tlv

7:30: P.M ;'t..:. .p. the recent illness and death of fine contributions mad on the was elected Chaplain for the downpour of rain Wor.shipfu' I __V

i u- brother. Kenny Thomas. We (.hlsSl program last Thursday body Master A. O. Jenkins led :hni :, YOU THINK OF HAS; THINK OF

"Hour of o\\er" Ii .'rt' thankful for the words of st-'; -"norpst! eavp a dramatic Church NewsA'.LT i ,'('rfomI'which was veryn: A nr Net1)oorT"

'huh'I'.M a -vrrn.ithv k.nn r.n "Hf1'T'(1 S'iV Chipe'i A M F. ('hI r\-: j r'e: The pr..prng'in11.0: SI L H U I.. '

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Many AdvantagesTo BBS Boys Ketterlinus .. .. .. Christian Youths
Here (
Play vjr Church of God
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MembershipIn -- ---- ._ 1'- _. ____,_ .. _._

Meet SaturdayAt ?'.:: : IY :' ::, o! ;1" .. It\ ,

National GuardDU While\' Girls Go To Ocala Friday Park-of-Palms ;,..; y..r..i.:;. 11 ;:1 :,!,,': : '.' ;' ...

;'.. ;--"rlll' ; I' j' ;'! ;' +
; the uxent: reoiK
< 71 Nth Ini OrJn im e Tire: Chnv-.m! : Y uth! Fellowhp ":l'1 \ :, c tV t ::l'.y ; .1 i.' H.
: IIH.S gul.aii>l LI.V-;; iu.ketbai;; :M. Mule Prayer -Meeting. F.i.t; i "uWwlry
1:1\: :., the TJsth Armoied Ord- /: the B squadders wereqwkn : !<> '}!< .11'i different: tni: nail ;

seve.tl:1- teami:e inlermjf: : into the second : -; past Green Cove ', ,,
iun. c Hn there are Iie tills \( 'k The Saturday:
ranks !half\ of their schedule! and this Friday !- ;Springs: 40-39 to keep their record Sunday School lu .i ::. \1'i
existing in enlisted t mht be
I'lt+ i I" I'wgruH'IU: held at
night, here the varsity and D unblemished.! i;ng Worship 11 am1'K ierl

?I TILflowing!h' r\i iixal! companies.advantages are squad boys will play return games Coach Andrews' team toyed Park I of the Palms. Keystone;| ,u,, .-.t[urday. 7 30 p n-

.nered to men of good character with Ketterlinus. The varsity along with Perry for the first half. Hi-ighls where .1 film will be:

between the ages of 17 1-2 and 36 hopes to overtake the visitors in although Bradford led at halftinit-, "' shown starting at 7.30: p.m. Other'' ]Driggers Moves '

:11', of age: order to stay in the race for northern ; :3o-2d. In the third stanza Joan I F features of the program will be''

1 serve military obligation by half of the conference cham Johnson and Sandra Struklan'i singing; and testimony. : Pigger.s: : Fur.:',.! .- ( t

.. e.'klv drills! and two weeks of pionship. found their shooting range: and !I",-' "....k an :ntt'J'E'stmgfalm thus 1, week from \\"' t ia :-

While the boys are playing at fast pulled away for a 49-31 third l new location in th' t ,: ;' .
mniirei field training. i"-i I I.'.i 1II"n 1 of missionary work
I'ome the girls will travel to Ocala quarter lead. M. Beach kept her ,Ml X. Court St ,' I' ,"- ">
2 \t I end college in any Florid r.Itrie jungles of Brazil was pieMnVtl ;
and on Tuesday night Jan. 31, team in the ball game during thefirst 'r-nurt house.
d! 'tution while a member of, hv Rev. and Mrs. Pudney. !
1 he itional Guard in home lo- both the boys and girls will meet I half with long set shots and \li! .\"ungPt.."< pie between t.l', The qua",1' .tit" ; :-p." _

,-Ilityt ] Palatka here in return games notched a total 29 for the c\emn;: ..H'"' "f 12 and 21 years are invitedto !gers. ('.'n:nil Fli-i :.1.I ; .
I another conference contest for thebo's. Starke's Jean Johnson scored two TL'Ii115 .,
:: State and Federal refire-i : w conic to the Saturday night 1 Ltivett- \\i\\\\ .. I" > i :,.. .
less for a total of 27.
i-.ent; according to grade and Last The meeting and bring i friend 'or, -,' bT.1.!.., u' ( tcI
; Friday night in Palatka. B squadders enjoyed i 23-9
service ,
the added their third victoryby halftime lead boys over Green Cove, home ili-morM) , .
4 to learn many .. .
Opportunity .
downing Palatka 69-66. while but inability to hit the basket :r. lion of new Sewing! Machine I(

trades and skills adaptable to the girls were suffering their sec- ,, the second half saw the Bradford Shepherd's It;olio & T\

nvilnn life, such as: auto and ond loss of the season, a 8-36 setback '\j[youngsters hold on for dear life. .
general mechanic, heavy equipment GIRLS "A" KASKETBAIJ SQl'AD: 1st row (l to n, lacki.- ( .Ilijlean Johnson, :Martha Van - .
to Palatka girls, who have as their comfortable lead dwindled -- -- c .
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operator handling of prime l.andinghain. JoAnn Made. Melissa Stalling 2nd row : K.lissa M.-fan.-lli, finch Johns, J.ukir Tn-tatt. ,
lost but one encounter in the past away. Johnny Ray Godwin scorN ,
:uiovti"s. instrument repair weapons four years. I, 10 points for high, but Robert Claire DuugUs, 3rd row : Joyce Danny, Sandra Strckl.iml.nn: \\ HIi.lln.., Babs I.ancrt II I

modification installation and repair communications and ;:' In the boys game. Palatka jumped ',,1 i: Bowers and Jim Hobbs each COLONIALFLORIST cI II I I

to an 18-16 first quarter lead; rotched 9.Tuesday.
watch repair, Hec- >
maintenance but forging ahead in the second night the local girls

try and acetylene welding leader-1' period the Tornadoes were never took the measure of Lake Butler
and baking, typing, (
ship, cooking behind after that. The Maroons':,again, 50-41. while the boys were

personnel management: metal put on a scoring spree in the final j defeated 69-43. Lake Butler's
workanvaa and leather repair. I
quarter, but could not make the j girls held a slim 23-21 halftime PHONE 21S
parts, storage and sup. i
carpentry grade. lead but .the locals fought back I

ply Curtis McGee was high scorer I and took a 34-31 third quartet ad- i : .
r More opportunities for full I ( )
time employment than ordinaryreserve for Bradford with 17 points but J JI'alatka's vantage. I i Gry
Burt was the top scorer From then on the Tmon gutsu'uldn't ,
or other National Guard STREET .I I
units. of all, with 28. ,I match baskets with Brad- tt FI.OWEHSFor C1W1 r
This victory gave the Tornadoes''ford's' sextet. Sandra Strickland
6. Facilities at Camp t landing -
a conference win and the three netted 20 points, IS of them in the All Occasions
available to memberss and ,, I
northern half teams are now all last half to be top scorer Jackie e
their guests for fishing, picnickin : byy
tied up. each having one victory. 'I Prevatt was close behind with 17 DISH GARDENS
clubs. swimming, and 1 bo.ittor. -
: The Palatka girls, boasting a' Lake Butler's boys poured it on
fine team eased away from':midways: the third quarter, after "I follow
the horses closely!
7 Training program beginning preHy
Starke in the final quarter to ,, the Tornadoes managed to make a POTTERY lY'\elfr
: Jan 1, 19.16! which is new to ',
gain victory. The game was fairly fairly close game of it for the first
close throughout three periods ; two and a half. Bradford led 14-9 Flowers 'WiredAnywhere'
5 Future limited only to personal J
tut the Starke girls failed to find : at the end of the first period, were .
ability. Can include school
their usual range in the 4th quarter I behind 29-25 at halftime, and pulled -
from face movements nuclear
science. i, and could not catch the oppsl-I j up to within two points of Union BI1>, BOYS BASKETBALL! sqi'Al ((1 I to r) : Randall Ha\.. Jerry Lawson, Glenn Knklish, Fret 1

Call I tion. Jackie Prevatt put through j before the Butler boys began to Nurgrl, ius' KoiH'l.iiM, Gene Norman, Billy Harrington. Joe Harden Buck !\ visit nearest unit
or your j is field goals and one free shot for ''hit the basket with amazing ac-

for further information: j I a total of 17 points to become top I I curacy. Reddish bucketed 15 '-" __ _- --..- _ ; -m'I IJt ;....mlJ...
Phone 633 Armory
Company- 'I scorer for Bradford. I points, but Union's Bivins and Ryan General Lance ;; .. 1
Camp at collected 30 and 25, -
Last Saturday night, home respectively
Company C, Phone 19 Armory Is Guest SpeakerAt
Starke.! j! the BUS girls swamped Perry 69-' for top scoring honors. t

i Rotary Club \

T. R. Credit Union GET SET FOR OPERATION i A review of the history of the The Most Appreciated Gift

Shows Increase National Guard organization in

Starke dating back to the 1880's Is The USEFUL Gift

At Annual MeetThe 'BIG SWITCH' I II and an explanation of the present

status of Camp Blanding were

annual meeting of the Trail j II 1 1t given at the Rotary Club Wednes- i

Ridge Credit Union was held last I day by Major General Mark W. j I

Friday In the USO. The meeting J Lance Adjutant General of Florida

was attended by approximately! "kf 1 I
Gifts for the whole 'round-
173 75 of whom
persona were i i I The speaker praised the community I year I

members of the organization. i j for the active support that I ,

Walter Frick incumbent pre&i-i! ',i jit has always given its Guard ,, \_
dent conducted the and.
meeting unit, and told of the company'sparticipation i
reported for the board of directors j f
in the Spanish Amer-
He pointed out that shareholders -
present ;
i lean War and other conflicts.
number 219 as compared I
I Gen. Lance said that By Popular Demand
j j i although lOur
with 156 for 1954, and total assets I "..
t Camp Blanding is officially\ on in-
have increased 68 per cent over ] \ Wonderful Wonderful Gifts
1951 to 2786247. I' yr ,ha'I s active status there are around 125''' Stock of ,

j State and Federal employees working -
J. C. Fogg reported as I y
secretaryand ,I k a I j there and the payroll is around \ bydJzooh
treaauier and also proposedfor
II e
I < :, j $425.000 annually. He said that''
the Board of Directors that
i jit is important to keep the huge
the dividend for 1955 be declaredat
i i reservation intact so it can be usedat
five per cent. The proposal was
a moment's notice if needed! in
voted on and unanimously approved I
the country's defense plans.

,.+ I The Adjutant General said that
He- lecled to the board of directors \

were: J. C. Fogg, and C. K.lHvlm \, I Zany profit on operations, such as Is the Largest and Most Beautiful we have ?.
; j pulpwood and naval stores on the *
; to the supervisory committee I ever offered. If you are not already satis .S\f1r II
huge reservation are divided between
: K. D. Patray, C. J. Malone y Ir i the Federal government and lied Esterbrook user ask the man who owns

and V. K. Sapp; to the credit committee I 'the State Armory Board after one. Pens, Pencls and Desk Sets by r.

: Tony Gonzalez. The officers II I maintenance costs are paid. America's Oldest Penmaker.
for 19.;>6 will be selected by
General Lance predicted that ad- t "
the board of directors at a meeting htile.Pak S I-dody -
[ditional and -
I employees equipment
yet to be held.A II ; xSee p ri' jiz and \ ;
I would be added at the National The PopularDESK I pencil hi hand; findbl -

skit was presented depleting !i Advertisement Pages 10-11 Guard maintenance shops inBlandin cos. Choke of r

in humorous vein the sigh-up ofa "j ? now that the Florida, point, choice 6 \

new Credit! Union member and : SRD Official Says To Hold Up Guard has been converted from in- SET pastel color $5.00 I

Low obtain _
to loan.
a Principlesin i, Cantry to ordnance.: He said that Aul.-fJ1 Desk Pen Set-with ....

this skit were A. X. Dean, C. ; Dew tank ranges and antiaircr.ftfiring pen Iho fills\ I ihf! from a giant ink d'

\\'. Colson.! J P Farad. .\. J. On Beautification Work Along 301 ranges are now under construction In Black ra,, foantain in Bve bait Fountoin-boi

-'trickland. and J. E. Gray the reservation. needs ink only 4 nines yearly in
'' 3.25 ( 1 Q normal '>'. Choke of point, choice
After refreshments I' CIVK
adjournment i representatives 01 various
".' .re k'M..1. interested in beautification I planned three miles east of It is also planned to erect some I' tf color . . $4.00
50 miles of fehce around the hugeicservation ,, ry
of streets and S.arkeSuff l'lt'nt right of way
Arrangements fur the meeting; highways were
and this project will In Colors )< ,
were Made by A. R Howard and!I sdvteed last week by a repre- was obtained dining Woild WarII get under way in the near future. f!

the of 1 the State Road Department to make 230: a four-lane high-
t preparation refreshments; ] Sfntative of I General Lance said. The first contract '; 3.75
was handled by the ladies of thtorganization .1 not to waste efforts way between Starke and Camp'
be for 20 miles of the
including Lola Car: .1 on U. S. 301. except the portions I j,I Blanding, but only one of the| i total. Also comes with chain attached for use in
belt. Grace Marian that have been widened. 'lanes was completed. Concrete
already :
'I I The speaker was introduced by Motels, Restaurants, Banks, Service Stations
Vivian Harley and Alice Conner. I The warning was sounded in ;|: bridges were constructed, however Maj. Harry Hatcher. who had etc.NOW.

j view of the improvement workI ',. on the unpaved lane though' ,charge of the program. I

i the SRD to have \ it was never finished.
Ground Observers I that expects un- One new member. W. S. Sibley,

der way on 301 through Bradforii! Heprsentatives of the Starke was welcomed into the club at its

Needed To Man County in the future RobertMiller j Garden Club Brooker Garden i :, meeting last week. YOU O GET The

maintenance engineer, told .
Post 24 HoursA I Club. Starke Woman's Club BPWClub I Delvie "K" Pecke! Set-
the group. and Junior Woman's Club( i or any timber lost as a result Thread (fee point kOYnhdeEder! ,

Civil Defense _: Miller said that it would prob- :, of naval stores: operations. The i Ideal of your choice brook Pen and .atchJoj
training pro 1 I met with the Road Departmentofficial. MORE FEATURES :::
:;:,ram was held here Monday nigh'11 i ably be all right to go ahead with He timely advice j entire tree is now merchantable ...Into the barrel Pencil. Oleomfag Metal
I gave Qt boned . $1.71
bea-itification of the 30-foot for sawtim-
strip pulpwood. poles or
with T. Sgt. Jack E. Clement oi f as to the kind of shrubbery, trees Gift
.1 I between ]lanes of Highway 230 l I ; ber. I
the Jacksonville Filter Center explaining and plants that would meet the -MORE VALUE GivethemanEsterbfook'..
the operation of a Grounc d (New Blanding Road.) He in- I I !i Landowners are urged to conI I I
approval of the SRD in highwaybeautification of beautiful andlltttsets
Observers Post. He announce!1 dilated the possibility that the tact the Area Forester of the for one many pen ;

that all GO posts will go on 24. work of four-laning 230 might be I work Naval Stores Conservation Program ( ,-r- or a marvelous desk pen set. All will be

hour operation starting Feb. 1. completed as an access to the I The meeting was arranged by i, in Palatka for additional I Student presents of easier smoother writing, because

\'. J. E. Sherwood has bee j Florida Turnpike interchange that City Councilman Ruby Johns information and advice. I you choose the right point for any kind, any

appointed to serve as Chief Ob'. Many Farmers Overlook Additional Source way of writing. More than 30 point styles.
ervor All\ persons who will of : W. C. T. U Teacher,

tei their assistance to the CiviUefense l Of Income From Good Pine Tree Management 1111LI i II I NEW (

program and can serve 'THE LIQUOR TRAFFIC
ome um are asked to call Mr. Ire you one oi the farmers or During the period the tree li coxTixrt TO DOMINATE ot R -

:'*hl'rw.,1 1 at 148-W as soon as"ossible timberland owners who overlook being worked for gum it will STIOS.I.XD LOCAL LIFE ,, REMINGTONCompare E I OFFICE EQUIPMENT

A time schedule is be- ,, have increased in growth sufficiently UNTIL THE CHRISTIAN
an opportunity to practically .
tprepared, which will\ be post- to return at leas; $1.52in ( in urn ARISES IN ITS ro\v-
double your income from the best When in need of the Heavier Items of '
H t U the bank school and C of
sawtimber stumpage or a totalof Eftxn IN THE NAME: OF

.fn.e Anyone wishing to, management of your pine timber from 2.02 to $:2.52. This GREAT ('()x( nc.oft. JEM'S or Office Equipment Desks Chairs % f

h..nf the hour may do so by JohnV. Cooper Supervisor of s.uinpage increase of 62c plus CHRIST. STOPS Tilt BI'SI- this typewriter and Filing Cabinets, etc. Get Our Prices ;r'
,;'liiiy Mr Sherwood and letting the Naval Stores Conservation the profit gained by naval stores NF.SV wilt be convinced that here IS a BusinessMan First. We can offer you overnight

u! k-i.nv m advance. 1 Program, Valdosta Ga. delivery on everything need We will
says working will net the landownerfrom (AI.BK.KT: F. TITKEK superb portable typewriter that you appreciate the

'\\v hope that' the city of that many small landowners are $1.12: to $1.62 more per X.TIOX.I.'otn1+ gives you beautiful prmtwork and opportunity to qudte.

*e will help make the Starke cutting: their timber round before tree than he would have received
.. a new ease of cperahen-ot's quiet
i h. i naten post one of the most capitalizing the
on gum had he cut the tree at 10 inches It's the
only portable with
I t.' -!1 Florida" Sgt. Clement naval :lto>rt"S'alue in the trees. in diameter Should the stand

'Hilt i i In other words they are failing not need thinning at the end of Miracle Tab and 34 other outstanding -
PEST CONTROL useful' features. Budget Remington t Add- Machines
>at t rienwnt
expects to move.trke | to cash in on potential values! four years, additional profits can Terms.Test mg
; the arranged.
In near future and i when they forfeit the profit to be be made by "back-boxing" the

t s'rnn'sill bi"" available to made by naval stores working. tree for four years during which TERMITESALL TERMS: TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE: _

IJ> VI:i- club wishing to have ,1 As an example. Cooper cite time additional sawtimber volume TYPES OF

.,m i, .t guest speaker in the in- :' the sawtimber stumpage \' of will also be added. GROVE SPRAYING

ere* ,.f a more effective Civil i a 10 inch tree at 90c. The average :' The new methods of naval

,I IV"-1-- pmgram in this communi- net profit for the farmer stores working by bark chippingand I Florida Pest Control

\ working this tree for turpentine1' use! of sulfuric acid combined : & Chemical Co. Bradford County TelegraphPhone

for four years, based on this with !spiral gutters or Yarn aprons : Phone Franklin 6-6035

vear's selling pril'es.vouId: runI tacked on with doubleheaded
\ 01 -IJ. I.o\K the -
new Jr>ter- 34 N. W. 16th Ave.
I from 50.to> $l. depending onxvhether nails. which can be easily removed
l.nn.k 11U.--.i/t. fountain InIIAMH Galnes\ille. Fla.
. pelM he worked it himself.I'nerated leave no tins or nails in I 29 Starke, Fla. Eat. 1879Gt
nludcs. on a percentage basis: the tree and it is no longer cia-! !

< nuuty Tt'rll.h.\ | 'II'! 'VISP.i 'i r\rH'i--, t'm'irtn have wi: '...1 jump butt



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March Of Dimes 1 I Ivrr

Queen To Reign r M 4

0. 74ri
Urdiifont Chums! t.tl' n > +
1 w
Dunes Queen will r> 'num-a i
the annual ball to be m-ld 11. the 1f !
'r a
tTSO Saturday night climaxing .
a month of varied activities to :
raise funds for the continued :\
fight on polio. i. a4 'k
The Queen will be chosen (mOl ,

among the six contestants pu-- f4 '
tured at right, and will be the one ; H41 .r [1

whose sponsor raises the most ,

money Dimes.in her behalf for the Marchof I L > s I

Music for the ball which start
at 10 p. m., will be furnished bj MISS IUTTG.sKISS, sponsored

Bob Singleton and his six-pie v by Town of La\\tey. A .
orchestra from the University of BIN Sophomore.the i .. .dIII1II
4 Florida. Prizes will be auctionedoff .

during the evening. MISS BOBBE .\STF..DOlISS .\lt .\MATC1IETT, Miss J\>N M
eg, a Mrs. Junius M. Smith, chairman sH nsortby Junior Woman's sponsored by Town of Hamp01'I't1 J>y Chamber' of Com"r..1 "F)' IMa Sigma I'hi vro "unMiTd b> the Mat t ami. I
of the event, said that prizes and Club.drive staged: by the Rotary: ('luh. A BIN Senior. ton. A Bus Senior. men-e. A BUS Senior, city. \ KHS senior. A BIN Sophomore.to .

supplies for the snack bar are _u

being so that donated all receipts by local, above merchants orches- I I Reports in the from county other have communities not beer; I Michigan.: I !; Don Martin and J. T. QUigley I'' '.'''....' .'' .".'...-' where Mr Rivers who u i 111!! hat'

tra expenses, will go to the polio received yet, Mrs. Andrews said, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cox ana I j These maps will be used to pro- made.
fund. Admission will be $3 pert although most of them have beer: I daughter of Hampton were Sun !i pare complete soil conservationI i GRAHAMMrs. x-rays

q couple. active. ; day supper guests of Mr and I farm plans with each land owner. Aleen Ward returned home S,tt-

Other Activities Bradford County's quota in th i Mrs. Milton Misner in Hawthorne. This farm plan will give the trday night from St. Mal \.s. Ga
: John
3 Mrs. J. W. Andrews Ill county current drive was set at $3,00( (I dl Mrs. D. W. Moore of Starke i farmer a picture of his farm from ,t McKinneyIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAUA Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs

f chairman of the fundraisingdrive above expenses.The and the C. R. Moores of Archer i; :: OUR SOIL OUR STRENGTH = ; which he can plan a conservation i I I' John McKinney included Mr. and
said that receipts from Mothers were Sunday visitors in Hampton i program.i .
March on Polu' i J. D McKinney of Graham and I Mrs. V. L. McKinney of Gainesville
varied activities during the monthin will be staged Monday witt'I with Mrs. T. F. Brown. : I
night I Soil Conservation
i Miss Florence Mr. and
Perint, daughter j Mrs. Johnny Wai.:
Starke now total around 1100.. Mrs. Juanita Dinkins chair, Mrs. William Underwood left I I
I II of Mr. and Mis Charles Klien and Mr. and Mrs. J. D McKinney
I Lunz
This includes street sales of man. All residents are asked tc, last week for a visit in Savannah, N-E-W-S Starling used the Dlstrkt's -
j weed his of Lawtpy. were married Dec. II Of Starke, and Mr. and Mrs Aller:
Blue Crutches and Polio Peanuts. remain at home Monday night I Ga. with her son. chopper chop
x Bill Haas : in
By Folkston
Ga. Ward.
:March of Dimes cards from the and be ready to contribute when Glen Hicks of Palatka visited cropland before turning it under. 131 :
f t I I Soil Conservation Sen ice I The Mr. and Mrs of Jacksonville Mrs. Lizzie lines has
elementary and high school, and the workers call. friends and relatives in Hampton practice of chopping and I Ortagus been
on Sunday last week. turning your cropland is one of I were weekend guests of very sick, but is some better now
Brannen of Hampton, the best ways to build up the her mother Mrs. Kate Starling I j Mrs John McKinney visited hei!
Jill last week. M. L. Watterson, owner in accounting. Friends are invitedto Raleigh !
and Willie Gitman of Richmond, Complete soil! and water conservation much needed organic material in Mi and Mis George Rivers jweie j uncle, A. A. Youngblood. in Wal
water works the
of the Hampton graduation exercises
I Va., visiting here with the K. B. farm plans were delivered your soil. Talking about choppers, :I in Jacksonville Monday. do Tuesday
stated that a new oil tube was Saturday.First to A. D. Crosby, Felix
Nookie remarked"a
Philadelphia, Wainwright I
obtained and installed late Sunday semester of the school Wattersons, went to ..
Griffin, L. A. Wynn, Emil Meyer,
chopper is one of the best
The well had been pumpingsome year at Hampton Pa. last week to a
Join Elementary and Asa McKeithen. Included WE
th& school bus back. in pieces of equipment to have WILL BE OPEN
sand, which completed the School ended Jan. 19, Mrs. Ola !
I Mr.: and Mrs. Gene Clousc and these plans are a soils map, showing around the place. You can do I FRIDAY UNTIL 9:00 P.M.:
damage to the water seals, and M. Perkins, principal, said this
the different of soil, a I
Sunday such good job of turning
Bradenton were a your
MARCHOF ground sand into the shaft. week, and semester report cards family of !
with the D. land use map, showing the typesof land after it has been chopped." i
visitors in Hampton From6to9p.m.
School Envelopc'et: will be sent out Wednesday, Feb.
crops to be planted in the different SPECIAL S E l
$42.25 For Dimes Drive 1. Reports are being delayed, E. Hills. Weatherby of fields and job sheets which I FRIDAY
DIMES Envelopes for the March of Mrs. Perkins said, to allow for Mrs. Minnie weekend for make suggestion on the way tc Complete soil and water conservation I
Dimes at Hampton Elementary students who have been absent Pompano left last handle the crops.R. farm plans were prepared -Ii POKTAIILE
School totalled $42.25 when turn- due to illness to make up tests. home after a visit in Hamptonwith for Lex Green on his placeat i Rejr

j51 ed in to Miss Betty Durling director Miss Louise Raulerson, firsthand the Saxons. P. Thomas, soil scientist New River and for Lester MIX 4 A .95 SIHI5' !
of March of Dimes for I second grade teacher at I Frank Brown was a with the Soil Conservation Service Kite on his place out on the ,

'YYVVYYYVTTYVYVTTrrVYYYYIHAMPTON j I this district, according to Mrs. Hampton Elementary School was j visitor to Jacksonville on Satur- whose office is in Lake City. Sampson Road.i MASTER E SfS' 0 (0 !9 1' )l'

Ola M. Perkins school principal. I absent because of illness for several -I day.Mr. prepared soils maps for Johnny Friday-Only
Second; and fourth glaciers in days this week. Mrs. Marvin I! and Mrs Herschel Lay- Coward, Felix Sapp Eldon Sapp Lucian Conner made a iequiM
Mrs Floy Sullivan's class led the Faile served as substitute J field! of Gainesville visited T. X. Xorman, J. R. Hixon. W for a soil conservation survey E WHEN YOl1 THINK OF CAS; THINK OF
whorl, and earned the party given teacher for the class. ;l Hampton Sunday with Mr I C. Conner Rufus Crosby. II H Waldrop with the Soil Conservation -
By Mrs. I). E. Hill for the. winning: class. Painting: has been completedin 'Mrs. Raleigh Branr.en and Mrs Lewis. Leaton Morgan Sr. Rod- Service made test borings in SI LADE Next Door To

& AWL nov Morgan was school chairman the auditorium at the school, Nora Layfle,1; I II man Underbill. Roy Clemons T. an area where Lucian plans to LOU:

!' for thp drive for filling: the with a pale green on the wallsand I! C Crawford, Leaton Morgan Ji ., build a pond f't
-How Dry I Am" I I Il I
'envelopes. Blue Crutch sales andI white woodwork lighteningand '
M-ul Chant I
"' Last Week I I the "Peanuts for Polio" drive are brightening the room. White

After a week of "pioneer hft" I being continued at the school, paint on the stage backgroundand SERVICE MEN

as far as water is concerned I I I and will be totalled in with the woodwork was included in I .
pumping with hand pumps, haul-' over-all March of Dimes district the decorating job. I9oI3
i i
ing tubs, basins and heating j I i I collection at the end of the month. Visiting with the John Parkersthe *
water people in Hampton !', Frank brown To Graduate first of this week were Mr. I
heaved a collective sigh of relief -:'| Frank Brown, son of Mrs. T. and Mrs. Bernice Higgins of Flint. W

Monday morning as the F. Brown of Hampton, will grad Mich, Mr. Parker's daughter and a
town water supply once more ran uate from the University of Florida son-in-law The visitors expectto

through the pipes and faucets i j Saturday evening Jan. 28 tour Florida during a two- &
Du rtp worn-out water seals in', at 8 p. m. in the University gym- weeks vacation trip, and will visit : 7S/P/CkIIPf
the oil tube, the pump had to be j nasium. He will receive a Bachelor with the Parkers in Hampton t '

shut off Tuesday morning of :! of Arts degree, with a major again next week before returning r

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Mr. Visitor- I
William D. Brown, son of Mr.1 11j:1

II and Mrs.. A C Brown of
DON'T OVERLOOK THESE "CLOSE UPS" is now stationed at the Naval

Air Station, Quonset Point. R. I.,
after spending the Christmas holiday -
SCRAPBOOK. with his parents here. He

entered the Navy last Septemberand \" f f0

Enjoy Florida's fun and sun and while you're here, discoverFlorida's t took his boot training at .
I ;
: warm and inviting business climate! Your business t Great Lakes, 111. His present address a se
1 I is: Wm. D. Brown-AA4783-
i may find a bright future here. Check these features: 328. O.P.S. Dept. FH Division

NAS Quonset Point, R. I. .

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., I Cpl. Alfred E. Glisson, son of :
.. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Glisson of ;

sv .: j Starke has returned from Korea 'II'l l
.. and is now stationed in Califor-
.. i nia. Before entering the service '

,. i I he was employed in Setzer's meat : 10"
.; department in Starke. He took ', 01
his boot training at Parris Island

[ S. C. and was later sent to Camp 9,1rl

Pendleton, Calif. From there he

went to Souel.! Korea for 14

months. He and his wife are now -

in California waiting for .his discharge -
teddy KilesroM
which is due in August.He .

would like to hear from I ---........
friends at the following : I f ,;
Cpl. Alfred E. Glisson-1121556, ;i
Wpns. Co., 2nd Bn.. 1st Marines, ': 7A F.

\ 1st Marine Div. FMF. MCB, Camp -

Pendleton, Calif. 1 gives you more room for bulky loads than

4 y S i4el ) 6 ., any other /2-ton Pickup-up to 19 ft.
Pfc Leroy C Glisson. another cu. more !!

on of the Albert Glissons. finished ,
his basic training at Camp Now, Ford offers the biggest 8-ft. Pickup

Gordon, Ga. last :May. He then ti 5 in the half-ton field. This versatile per- %

took advanced artillery training former has a big 65.4 cu. ft. box that saves

t a# .It Little Rock, Ark., and is stationed 1 : \ _- you trips! Costs so little extra you'll be .

a at present at Ft. Lewis amazed. GVW 5,000 Ibs. .
Wash Before entering the serv- 4

r ue m 1955: he was employed at MORE POWER! The Ford F-100 delivers % 4 s"s' 4 4
Denmark Furniture Co. He would s
more horsepower to the rear uheels ;

.. ippreciate hearing from friends 3 than any other } -tonner-up to 44%, M l .
address Pie Le- .. .
.1: the following 471M4 more! This greater usablehorsepowergives -
I'.y C Glisson-RA U552509, Svc
+,ta a you more "GO" for your Moil restful ride in truck
sr Btry 12h FA. En. Ft. Lewis. money, even any M!I bam r Lber. flinches
,' with heaviest loads! Choice of 133-h.ph .n sec', three mche; in rat tcc t-'i crJ
Wash a 2 fifteen cfsr ce''!,ie features .
ore fc.'Ci
or 167-h.p. Y-8, both Short Stroke.
(,.-'J'" CcE, 'cO/ .
11rL c' e trs cost.f
: ,: i
2nd Lt. Robert E. Menzen, son -- iJ
I! : MORE SAFETY! Only Ford gives
of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin D. Menzenof t."' I you FO R C'GhOMY T R
Keystone Heights was recent- .. 1, such safety features as the new Lifeguard (; U C KS

1 4 storing wheel and new Lifeguard door .(TrrkJ list lute l Certified b mdecendenl Lie
il assigned to the 3rd Inf Div t. .ret < insurance lo. the
.. latches. New Ford seat belts available. r.mth ccinSKLti tear Studies ol latest license te;'stiatio<> data on 10(OU 600
j at Ft. Benning, Ga. An as.-istant trucU hoe tnjt fuC Trjcs last Ioner than the of er t-.ji !leJd'iju.el..

Call\ on our offices for help in securing information | platoon leader in the 3rd Division

from local sources or check tate and local Chambers i Artillery. Lt. Menzen entered the
OOllp I Army in November 1934. He was
of Commerce for further details. I
i Company1.DlSOX


brook purse-size fountain pens In I Ii ;\ AM ADAMS STS. I'HOXE 118

i I pastel County shades.Telegraph.Only S'J-o8 at Bradford If You're Interested in an (A-1)) USED Car Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer ____ STARKE, rZA.


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I'mk Yellow
ALL CHANNELS IJIue Green and 3.95 WHITE j I I I E PAINT I i I $289.00 Originally Now $198 70

Limited Supply
One Day Only ---- February 2ndCLOSEOUTS 5.50
FREE PRIZE I Reg. Small Down Payment --- Easy Terms
: ON 4.95
$1| ft.00 7.V. Service $1|I"ft.00 CRYSTAL STEMWARE I Gal. FREE PRIZE I

2 50 ,
FREE Regular '
$1.00 ALL ELECTRIC ( Eandlfi.i
1 Gal. Outside White Paintloth
Radio Seat Covers
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Sewing Machines: Outboard MotorsHoats "Your Friendly Jeweler" rES'N>>
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Air 112 I W Call St. St ar h e. Fla. Near SAL !Railwav" Starke. Fla ww.
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59 Pair Ear Rings; BLANKET *JA95
(Limit One With Food Order) Reg. 37.95 .s
:3-Lb Can On All
FOR THE ;MEN This Special Good Feb. 2 ONLY
SNOWDRIFT S I F 59 ANSON LRY With 2 Years Warranty Choice of Color*
(Limit One With Food Order) ,2 PRICE FOR MEN FALL F L L DRESSES E S. S E S


101 t \\'.Callt:; Starke. Fla. :-'MO E; Call St. Starke Fla. lag$ \\ Callt.:: Starke Fla
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Moved To A New Location. Regular sr.ooTHURSDAY f1'Y e
ONE LOT $10.95 Values V
LADIES I SHOES $1.98 128.132 Court Street
Opposite Court House FEBRUARY 2ND,. ONLY
AI.L e All Other Bands 50 Per Cent Off FOR FUTURE REFERENCE

WelnviteYouToVisitUs FREE PRIZE I GIVEN A !
10 95 And LADIES 9.95
FREE Prize Given Away 2:00 P.M., Feb
$ Saving Values I I n
111 W Call St Starke. Fla. H 0 M E FURNISHINGS I I 156 W. Call St. Phone 375 FREE Prize Given Away 2:30 P.M.,Feb.
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We know it will be hard to revise your shopping habits after all these years and

we don't want anyone to be disappointed by coming to shop on Wednesday, :t
February 1st and finding our stores closed. That's why we're bringing you ,1
this message, and that's why were' going all-out to make Thursday, February t .; ,+
BEAUTIFUL CHENILLE 2nd, an All-Day Shopping Festival in Starke. We want you to remember and 1

BED E SPREADS S F S take advantage of these Thursday Bargains. Make Thursday your happiestshopping 0 1 = ::1,

day of the week. \, II
Regular $5.95Value $ .95 "'
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Many Other Specials For The Home';


ONE DAY ONLY FEB. 2ND / I'ilNburPie Crust 0 OI \, :
..131.11611'Call. St. Phone 151 e ELGIN MIX 2'' 33 I q:

e GRUEN \&P TinvPEAS :!03 Can //J I !
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"Starke's Lending Jeweler" OUR 011'j '\\
-. DAVIS AUTO TIRE The House of Fine Diamonds TEA /2 Pound 45c \. I\\\i\11::1
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F I E' ii'li ii'liBIG i :

With The Purchase Of Westinghouse HOl'SE CANNON ,'\

3 Mounted Tires VACUUM CLEANER BROOM 1.19 Val 69C SHEETS 81x99 $f6! :i ;:

STORE Thursday i iu 16 OZ. YARNMOP : SHEETS 5 E E S 72x99 $459CANNON ;1,Ii

118 W Call St. Starke, Fla. Afternoon 79c Value \,'i!
49C 12x36 '

Only _ _ PILLOW I CASES;s 45CIn l.:
order to make Thursday, Feb. 2, a day
long to be remembered most of the cooperating SI 9S MEN'S .
prize merchants during:the will afternoon.i give away Register.a valuable A I' A ( fl PRIEST'S DUNGAREES! ( E E S $1.69 1 1STUMP'S I Iii 1.a:':

at ate stores listed below I this weekend, TEN CENT STORE I Ifs!
Next: Door To.LO\'et.fs Super Market DEPARTMENT STORE II
and then come back Thursday, Feb. 2nd, On W Madison St 12.1V..CallSt. Starke Fla
Starke. Fla. Starke Fla,
at th. specified below.I Each store has ;I I
a different time. You must be present to I

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2 FREE Prize Given Away 4:00 P.M., Feb. 2 II', !;
OriginallyPriced) ''I
2 FREE Prize Given Away 4:30 P.M., Feb. 2 $324.50 OFF ValueOnly I\i\r'::

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2 FREE Prize Given Away 5:00 P.M., Feb. 2 21450 ::- ---- Day I ,;I
Only I ;
Come Limited
FREE Prize Given Away 5:30 P.M.,Feb. 2 -- Early --- Supply : ::\ I

IS FREE Prize Given Away 6:00 P.M., Feb. 2 CENTRAL FLORIDA GAS. I; : ;
iBOVE STORES FOR FREE PRIZES. 1WS 1 WalnutSl Phone 301 3 hone >0 I 123 }.. ('all .;'t. ,'\ l
ORE AT TIME LISTED ABOVE TO Starke Fla Starke Fla. Starke Flat ",\
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Mrs. Buford Higginbotham Sun

' 'MAXVILLE I day Family The afternoon.family Reunion of Mr. and :Mrs. A. AUDITOR'S REPORT CITY/ OF STARKE, FLA. -- FISCAL YEAR OcrL 1 1954 SEPT. 30, 1956 I

I L Rehberg of Earlton Beach en-
C. B. Nolan I
I joyed a reunion at the home of

their daughter Mrs. Dorothy
& & i
i Waters on Sunday, Jan. 22 Mrs. (OILMENTS O.V AUDIT I':\HKI G METER FUND: sTVTF.MENT: OF CAsIl m 'RsEMENTsrOIJCK :

:Mrs. Hattie Nolan had as dinner I September 30, 19))
Waters served a delicious turkey : DEPARTMENT:
last Thursday, Mrs. Balance, October 1, 1954 2,236.76
guests dinner to 23 guests. Those attend- i

Lela Brown and daughter, Juani-'I' ing were, Mr and Mrs. A. L. (iE tI.\I.: Fund Revenue Receipts, Schedule 13-5 4,772.361;, ,.1l.\rit'" amiaRfs;

ta, of Daytona Beach and Mrs Rehberg and granddaughter, Carol This audit icpoit has been prepared with the aim that it be : Chief :; ::.-,_" ,

Anna Harris and Mrs Cora Harris Rehberg }Ir. and Mrs. H. J. easily understood by all, requiring no technical background in busi- : 7,009.12 Patrolmen hlIp '..1

01 Middltburg weekend Mooie and children, Jackie anJ ness or finance. Acceptable municipal accounting precedures have:' Fund Disbursements. Schedule B-5 6213.53' Extra Patrolmen ti-l.-HIJO 1 i

A. R. Johnson was a II. L. of Earlton Beach, Mr. and I
: been
uiitoi in Miami the week ending closely adhered to except where inadequate records made deviations -I
Mrs Jack Waters and children,
1 Total Salaries
and Wage .
necessary i I 440 IN
I Jan. II !I. Jackie and Lynn Mr and Mrs Total Surplus Parking Meter
We :it.- glad to learn that i The fixed properties of the City have never been recorded in the
i Roy Waters and children, Gwen I Fund, September 30, 1933 795.59. Retirement Fund ;
.Jackie Joiner was able to return records, and, in the absense of detailed information '! a
I and Ioy Jr. of Jacksonville, and I or an authoritative lOTU srm'lxs1.1.. FUND, Utilities
week after I :::_!7 '"i
last I
to school Mr and Mrs. Bill Roberson and apprasal, they have been omitted from the balance sheet, which I'ER;;( FAIIIBIT "A" 520,928.82! : i Gas Oil and Auto Maintenance

several days illness. and Hat- I daughter, Marsha, Mrs. Dorothy is consistent with past audit reports. I Uniforms, Badges and Supplies 1 133 7s

Muriel Higgmbotham Waters, Ed, John, Linda andRogers With the of the ;32541 ,
Wednesday in I exception balances which were reflected on the I Court Calls, :Mayor .
tie Sessoms spent i : Waters of Maxville. i 1.311 IM
various bank statements, letters of confirmation were not mailed and I Care of Prisoners
Jacksonville shopping.G. i had as her I | I 1 ::.
i Miss Phillips >
\V Brown was ill last week i guest Thursday her niece, Mrs I the various balances of the assets and liabilities were not verified except !; sTATI.MENT: : OF CAM! RLCLHTs: Miscellaneous 340VI :JO i

school. I where it was practical to make a physical count obtain
of or the
and missed two days Lois Carter of Jacksonville. I I II Occupational Licenses:

A. R. Johnson and daughter. Mrs Cutshaw of I information from detailed lecords TOTAL TO
Mrs. | Rev. and I 1955! 5521.75 i, SCHEDULE B-2 >::21II! ;,tI
June spent the weekend in | Starke, formerly of Tennessee, \ : 1956

Valdosta Ga. visiting Mrs. John; I'1 visited Miss Debbie Phillips and CASH OX HAM AM IX B.\Mv; :1 96125I I II 'whedule R-2b)

son's brother-in-law and sister, {II Mr. and Mrs. Bud Harris Friday.Mr. The cash on hand was physically counted at the commencement I
Hannesey, e,483.ooBuilding !
:Mr and Mrs. Charles 1 and Mrs Raymond Kilgore I! of my audit engagement. f

and children.Mr. I of Panama City are building anew 1 The bank I and Remodeling Permits 1,314.00 : \TEMENT or CAsH DISBURSFMJ: TS.ADMINISTRdTIAE ,
various accounts
: and Mrs. Bill Sparkmanand t 1 home here next door to Mr. were reconciled with the accounting I Other Licenses, Fees and PermitsBonds 84001 I OFFICE
family of Jacksonville spent I and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham and II records and the balances which were reflected on the bank statements i iI I and Fines 5,703.501 i 1 GEMRXL 1akuie.

last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I expect to move in about February I were confirmed by direct correspondence with the depository. I! Grading and Mowing 103.00 I!I''. and Wages/ :

W. F. Sparkman. 3. Utility Tax 14,599.71'Cigarette City Council 3.360 00

Mrs. George Brown spent last in Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE: : :MOWING AND GRADING: TaxReimbursement 36,349.63 i Board of Bond Trustees 720 IH

Tuesday and Wednesday and family of Jacksonville visited: Schedule A-2 reflects In detail the accounts receivable for mow. I II for Donations Paid 2,466.75' City Clerk's Office:

Gainesville with her mother, Mrs. I with Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higgin-, I ing and grading for which the customers were billed during the fiscal Miscellaneous 583.26 I City Clerk

John Mrs.H.A.Moore R. Johnson, who Is and ill. Miss botham. and and Mrs.family Ernest Sunday.Mr. Padgettand I year which just ended. Inasmuch as it is doubtful that the older ac- Transfer from Light and Water Fund 40,740.00 j I Clerical 294796 1.32000

counts can be collected, the accounts receivable for and
visited Mr. mowing .
Muriel Higgmbotham children of :Miami spent Wed- I Insurance RefundsReimbursement 501 I j
Sheppard in grading which are still outstanding in the City's records to I 1 Total City deik's Office
and Mrs. Lester nesday with Mr. Padgett's par- prior for Payroll Deductions Paid 846.95 4267 %

Folkston, Ga. last Thursday. ents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Padgett. i October 1, 1954, have been omitted. I Sale of Equipment 112.50 :| Dog Catcher 302.3b
Willing Workers Meet Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Higgin- Note Payable :!5,000.00'Road ---

The Willing Workers held at their the botham and family of Jackson- I'' l'nUTCOXSUIEUS' ACCOUNTS! UECK1VABLK: f and Bridge Tax 5,166.54 Total Salaries and Wages ,650.32

regular business meeting ville visited with Mr. and Mrs. CURRENT: I Refund of Fees 8,648.701Transfer *
on I' Utilities
home of Mrs. 19.C. They B. will not Doss Higginbotham last Sunday.Mr. I In Schedule A-3 there is reflected a summary of the total cur from Paving Fund Savings Account 29,979.83 House 1.177.69
Thursday, Jan. and Mrs. Aubrey Hires and Numbering Project
instead rent accounts receivable of the Light and Water Fund. i 56969
Feb. 2, but Paving Liens 139.55
hold a meeting on of Taylor were Sunday Legal and Recording

will meet Friday night, Feb guests family of Mr. Hire's parents, Mr. I Effective with the billings for the month of September 1955, the Interest on Paving Liens 30.72 Building Inspector 37220

3.. at. 6:30 at Mrs. Nolan's home o vfro v J. Hires and family. 1 City has discontinued the allowance of the ten per cent discount. I I Office Supplies and 39500
nd ""* Prating
to have a weiner roast. I;: d"'I -lia'rry Padgett UTILITY COSSUIERS'CCO.l'STS KECKIVABLEDELINQUENT Delinquent Property Taxes: Insurance General 1.382 &7

Gloria Higginbotham, Joyce II and family spent Sunday in Mid- 1936 8.00 Insurance 925 59
and Diane Sthmehls visited with dleburg with Mr. and Mrs. Bud : 1937 8.00 57405:

}Ir. and Mrs. Buford Higginbotham Mosley.We Detailed in Schedule A-4 are the delinquent accounts receivabte 1938 28.00 Miscellaneous 87254

last Tuesday morning. Lit- regret to hear of the deathof of the Light and Water Fund. The amounts shown, with few excep- 1939 18.36 City Code 1,79010

tle Diane celebrated her second Rev. Herbert Higdon's fatherin tions, are the balances which remain unpaid after the application of 1940 18.70 Surveys 3,038.00

birthday on sat. Jan. 14. Tennessee last Monday. Rev. the service deposits against the charges for utilities services. 1941 25.50 Payroll Taxes 1,620.72

:Mr. and Mrs. Wade Sparkmanof and Mrs. Higdon left Monday for Travel
I I 15.00
Jacksonville were dinner guestsof to attend the funeral. I Purchase of
Stop Signs
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE, MIfeCMXAMXH: : 106.56Ad'"ame \ 101500
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Sparkman Mrs. Daisy Padgett was a business -i
Saturday. visitor in Starke Monday.The I Inasmuch as there is no detailed record kept of the miscellaneous to Employees 12000J! Accounting 75000x

Stork Shower Maxville School Children I accounts receivable, it is impossible to age the accounts listed in Qualifying Fees 736.32 '! Payroll Deductions Received in Cash 900.95

Mrs. W F. Sparkman entertained will enjoy a holiday Friday, Jan. I Schedule A-5 except to state that the charges are, in the most part, Cash Unaccounted For -12.69 Election Inspectors 26(000(

her home on Thursday : from billings which made in the Transfer to Sewer Interest and Smiting Fund
at 27. were fisl'al'ear- which just ended. Transfer from Parking Meter Fund 3,500.00 740.(W
nIght Jan. 19, with a stork shower The Congregational Holiness I I I iI Donations 9,103.79

honoring :Mrs. E. D. Higgm Meeting at I i ii I Transfer to Paving
j Interest
and Church held Prayer BONDS OUTSTANDING; : TOTAL TO EXHIBIT 'iT' $186,323.79 and Sinking Fbad 1,600.00
botham. Games were played and Mrs. Alfred Bills Paid
Mrs. Lucille i the home of Mr. : On August 1, 1955, the Light and Water Fund issued revenue for Sewer Department 10.964.33
prizes awarded to j Harris and son last Monday night. Bond Refunds
Rosalie Nolan. I i and refunding bonds in the total amount of 750000.00, exchanging Sditnl ill.-15-1 295.50
Mrs. and ]
Griffis I Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sego I II Transfers '
After the games the honoree moved Jacksonville last $$34,000.00 of the new issue for the same amount of Sewer Revenue Light and Water Fund 600000
I family to
opened her many useful gifts and I I Saturday. I Bonds dated May 1, 1953, and receiving $716,00000 in cash prior to Dues and Subscriptions 6500

then refreshments were served. i i S. E. Godwin and son, Billy and i September 30, 1955, of which $14,32000 had not jet been received !I II Transfers to Sewer Fund 16.509 8s
Thelma Note
Those attending were, I daughter Mrs William Padgett, i I from the bonding agent. Payments 400000

Rainer, Jackie Joiner, Lealer Har--'\j and son Stanley, were visitors inMiddleburg I. The proceeds from the new issue is to be used for the greatly I'I J ALL DEPARTMENTS: Interest 7'77.2:1:
lle Sweat, Gladys Copeland 1 :
Cant Advance to
us. Elsie Mae, Sunday. needed (expansion of the utilities services of the Light and Water i EmployeesTOTAL 15000
Helen Wilkinson, I Mrs. Opal Hill and Mrs Mary 'I Fund. | Fire Department, i
Griffis, Nettle : ----
Cannon. Lucille Minnie, Rushing attended the sewing Although the biggest of the Schedule B-2a( ) 11,03309''! TO SCHEDULE B-2 $74.655.67Schedule
Sweat, Maggie Cruce, I work shop meeting of the Duval portion proceeds were not received :( I

Carter, Jeanette Brown, Lessie County Home DemonstrationClubs until just before the close of the fiscal year, expenditures had been !! Police Department, I h-2d)

Mae Wilkinson, Janie Higginbot- i j in Jacksonville Tuesday. made for equipment and for some of the material and labor in order Schedule B-2b( ) 26,491.70 ,

ham, Rosalie Nolan, Agnes Spark-, I{ :Mr. and Mrs William Padgett that the expansion program need not be delayed. Street and Garbage Department, I"

man and Toria Higgmbotham assisted i n J were visitors in Jacksonville Mon- Accordingly, the City made advances from its General Fund and I j Schedule B-2c( ) 66,99190 !I '. STATEMENT OF CASH RETEHTS

Mrs. Sparkman was Light and Water Fund for Administrative, Office and General, LIGHT AND
Janie Higi day.We the material and labor used and these \\ATFK: FUND'
entertaining by I ale glad to learn that Mrs. funds were due reimbursement from the Light and Water Fund Construction Schedule B-2d) 74.655.67 '
i Electric Current
ginbotham.Ray Lonnie Harris is improving after Interest on Paving Fund Bonds 1,600.00
spent several days Account at the end of the fiscal year. I 165.970.5
I two weeks illness. I Sewer Fund Bonds 740.00 Water 21,139.27
relatives in The bonds which on
last week visiting were outstanding on September 30, 1955, are
W R. Owens and R. O Smith : Service Deposits
Sparta, N. C I detailed in Exhibit "A" with the accrued interest thereon. I Paving Fund Bonds' Matured 3000.00 4.63000
of Jacksonville were guests of S Sale of
Friends of Mrs. J. C Nolan w ill l I Sewer Fund Bond Matured 3000.00 I Supplies 3,632.39 II
E. Godwin last Monday. II
be glad to learn that she is improving -i NOTES PAYABLE: I Transfer and Reconnection Charges J 2,504.39

after a week of serious I Total Authorized Disbursements Utility Tax 9,132.4-1 ;
The note payable to the Florida Equipment Company is for the 187,532.36'' MiscellaneousTransfer
Wilkinson, son I OTICE TO APPEAR purchase of a drag-line. The note is payable $552.91 monthly, which '- 1,283.99 1
Little Johnny from General Fund
!. Clrralt Bradford City 6000.00
Wilkinson CUBIC.. Coarij.floridI includes prepaid interest, and on September 30, 1955, there remained
of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar IB Cha.....,- Less: Transfer from Paving Fund Savings Account
afteran Don McQueen Smith Plaintiff vs. fifteen installments.The 17.50000
is about well again I
Norma Kirkland Smith, Defendant. Payroll Deductions 8,867.79 Plant Loan 1.692.05Cash
attack of chicken pox. Case No. 101353Notl..e note to the Florida Bank at Starke bears interest at 3'iCo! 9218.55
: Payments Unaccounted For
of To ApprariTo 2438 .
Mr and Mrs. H. A. Sweat : Norma Kirkland Smith whose per annum and is due October 10 1955. The excess of the net revenueof

Macclenny visited Mr. and Mrs residence and address ib: CIO C, the utilities service -- --
are pledged collateral.
C Kirkland, Headland, as Deductions --350.76
and family Alabama. Unrenutted Payroll TOTAL TO EXHIBIT "B" $239,708.96Schedule
E. D. Higginbotham
I You are hereby notified tint a
Thursday night. suit for |
Mrs. Buster Butler of I Divorce j STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AM TOTAL TO EXHIBIT "B" $187,88312 B-3
Mr. and I aae been filed (garnet you 10 the "j
Middleburg visited with Mrs. I above named Court and cause and DISBURSEMENTS: :

Randolph Crosby and Mr. and I:. you your are answer required or to pleading serve a copy to the of t j Exhibit "B" and its supporting schedules reflect in detail the St'hrdule2 .

Mrs. Henry Carter Friday. I complaint nn the Plaintiff various cash receipts and disbursements for the fiscal year which STATEMENT OF CASH DISBURSEMENTSLIGHT \
Attorney Clifford T. Inglis, 1503
Lester Sheppard of Folkston lUrnett Xatiunal flank liuildlng. ended September 30, 1955. AND WATER FUND!
with Mr. and Mrs. A. i Jacksonville 2, Florida
Ga. visited Duplicate cash receipts, recorded in the
General Fund
and floe the original In the office of I
Johnson at the J. & D. salaries and \\ages:
R. the Clerk of the Circuit Court on I and Light and Water Fund, were examined and compared in total ......
n before the : tI!
Stop Friday. with the cash I
Friends of Joe Jones will re- U: day of February 1956, register recordings.With DEPARTMENTSalaries II Superintendent 4.60085
suffered a I otherwise the allegations of nit I IComolalnt the exception of those checks which are reflected outstanding I
that he as Employees
learn 29,782.96Clerical
gret to will e taken as conlessid -
and Wages: I'I
stroke last week. by you in Schedule A-1a( ), all checks which were issued during the 3.87392
I This notice shall be publtaheo Chief 2,854.321 t
lUby Hell ', once each week for four ronsecutlvt year were examined.Authority .
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Bell weeks In the Bradford County Tele- Assistant Chief 2,804.48 i i (
Mr and Mrs. Franklin trmph for all disbursements were approved by the City I : Total Salaries and Wages 38,451.73

are the proud parents of a baby Dated IhU 9 day of January, 1SSS. Council or the Board of Bond Trustees, whichever was applicable. First Class Firemen 2,492.44Volunteers i. i I
born last Tuesday at OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. uaroj I 1,602.48 Fuel Oil I
daughter Clerk of the Circuit CmirtBy .. I 52,885.11
the Doctor's Hospital in Starke. Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerk Plant Repairs and Supplies 7,888.98 \
The young lady has been named i I'll It 2(3ila ( Total Salaries and Wages 9,753.721 j: Power Line Materials
The various changes whkh occurred in the surplus accounts dur- 16,076.65 t
Judy I 1 Utilities 291.27 j Water Materials and
Clifton Caldwelland I ing the year are summarized as follows: Supplies 38.72935 ,
Mrs. '
Mr. and Circuit Court Bradford County 253.72 :
family and Mrs. Mae Caldwell Florida !. Chancery.'jack I Supplies Truck Repairs, Gas and Oil 314.42 I

Jacksonville Sun- Kirkland Jr.. Plaintiff.O.. II I Gas, Oil and Truck Repairs 12589 Power, Clay County Cooperative 12,297.49
visited in ,Carol Yvonne Kirkland Iitfendintj GENEKU. CITY FUND; I I
Mr. Mrs I j Case !No. 10-1347 Miscellaneous 62849 Lubricating Oil
with and 3,063.23
day afternoon Balance. October 1 1934
(Order of Publication and Notice to 14,800.95; I
Jack Blackburn and family. We I Appears Male vl Florida lot Fund Revenue Receipts, I Service Depo.lts 4005.00 ;
learn that Mr. Black- Carol Yvonne Kirkland whose TOTAL TO SCHEDULE B-2 $11,05309. Office
regret tp i Supplies
rfsidrnce and address i>: 4516Vi Schedule B-1 1&>,323.79 97564 :
burn IS very sick. I Winona. San Diego. California. ; Schedule U-2a( ) City Utility Tax 9,055.30
You are requi.ed to on Less: Fund Disbursement
and :Mrs. C. E. Wilkinson i appear I '
Mi I February 6, U;6, In the above State Utility Tax 2,366.97
Jr. and family and Kyle Cannon I named Ceurt and cause, wherein i i Schedule B-2 187,853 I i :
Satur- 1 plaintifftek drove\ to Waj cross, Ga. !Umitrol of minor child. i
da to take Mr Cannon to ahead i Bradford County Telegraph fhall I Net Decrease in Cash 1.5593313,241.C2 for Donations Paid 2,466.75
publish this Order in next four STATEMENT 0! CXslI DIsBl RSEMENTS
,pct lalist. While thre theyhad weekly Issues. Telephone and Telegraph 17179

dinner with Mrs. Maggie,:: i I Witness my hand and official : 'I STREET .\ GMIBIGK; DEPARTMENT: Insurance General 1,011.45
at Marke Florida this Jan 4,
Tai 01 \\Y ate glad to learn 119-M. Insurance Hospitalization 194.30
Increase in Other ,
Mi Cannon is quite a bit; 1 OFFICIAL SEAL) 21,137.96 I salaries andURPS: .
thai Charles A. Darby, I Transfer to General City Fund 40,740.00
ben! Children (l.-br-it- Hy Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk. 34,379.58. Department Head 3,76000 i 2,043.24
Griffis i ,Martin J. Pearl. !04 Snuth L-uilding-, I Payroll Taxes 76765
Little Musses Karen and Sharor 1 I Jacksonville. Florida. I Less Increase in LiabilitiesTotal 25,99005 Employees 31,533.63 i

,ruffs' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Attys. for 1'lf 1/6 4t 1/S7 Extra Labor and Overtime 6731.39 Freight 1,63562

O 13 Gritfis and Mr. and Mrs \0'rlTO UM'F.lllla Surplus, General City I I Electric Meters 1,000.00Transformer

lien- v Griffis celebrated then 1'lorldat Circuit la Court(.hAn Itrmlford<*rrr. Count?, Fund September 30, 1955 5.S53.52: I Total Salaries and wages 42025.22'!; Repairs 3,196.83

-ighii birthday Monday, Jan. 23. Frank. I. li.iudet Plaintiff, vs. Eva t ti i i Water Meters 2,578.5&
way Daudet. l\.c..ndant. i '
families were suppei !
The two Utilities
| Case No. 10-1313 Capital Expenditures:
gut.s1.at Pat's Drive Inn in Jack .Vitlrr: To .Appear LIGHT AND \\ATER J-IND: Maintenance and Repairs
Equipment 5,915,821 Electric Welder 125.00
!' To Eva ( I .
: iUv Diudet whose resiem
had twc I -
-onvilie The children '' and address Balance, October 1, 1954 10,25441 I and Asphalt) 453.
< IS: Desert Hot : Materials (Cement, Pipe 681 Voltage Regulator 2,258.00
ueauttfully' decorated birthdajdkes Springs CaliforniaYou Fund Revenue Receipts, 475.00
with eight candles on each" : are hereby notified that a suit 1950 Ford Pick-up I Deposit on Used Electric Plant 17,50000
for divorce Schedule B-3 239,70996Less
The Intermediate pupils of th? ':has been filed against you in the I Tools and Supplies 1,434.03Bulldozer i i New Dodge Truck 1,203.40

Max\.lU' Baptist Sunday Sihoo j above named Court and cause and I : Fund Disbursements, Rent 365: 251 i i
you are required to serve a copy of i
Schedule B-4 2 3l15.5S i
5477.96 i
will put on a Cooperative Program your answer or pleading to theI Drag LineInterest 21,066.40Total

Skit at the Sunday SchooSrrvres 1 I complaint on the Plaintiff Attorney 37323 ,i
Lloyd Das.. 30: Clark FuiU.ns.
Sunday morning. kfuntille, Floridaand I Net Decrease in Cash 23,406 t 70000S.648.00
Survey I Authorized Disbursements
t file the original in the office
Jimmy Waters of Lawtey spent 'of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on i ; Mobile-Sweeper
with his grandparents, or before the 6 day of February
Saturday! ..1 I -13,122.21Increase l \ 347.50 Less:
1S56; otherwise the allegations of Used Pump
Mi and Mrs Buford Higgmbot* aid Complaint will be taken as ; in Other As5ot.'ts 763,960.1;7: ;: 102.81 Payroll Deductions 3,777.57M
ham confessed by >'ou.
This notice hall be published 50.00 Less: Payments
Mis; Lois Waters and famib f once each week for four con..ecutlyewt'eks : Unremitted Payroll Deductions 10699
.>' Lawtey'isitM with Mrs.Vat- In the Bradford Count Telegraph 'I 750.S37.9i Street Markers 75000
Increase in Liabilities 73 ,094.2t<'
ers' parents. Mr and Mrs Bufon(I' Dated this t day of January 1936 !
I I TOTAL TO EXHIBIT "B" 5263.11558Schedule
(Official t'al'harl..s A. IXttby $66,99190
rr,1 Higginbotham Sunday. 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court II TOTAL TO
Rev and Mrs Lester Taggar!t E>' Marian L Crosby. Deputy Clerk I Total Surplus Light and Water B-l

and faniilv visited with Mr an I If' 4t 1:7 Fund September 30 1955! 147437((0 schedule B-2c( )