Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 11, 1957
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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Chairman Of Council Combats As Car Collides T ? : .- T- e er { -

Centennial'Fete Light Bill GripesThe 'With 'Switcher'A t : J ? ; a, Y.

collision at a crossing t

.. Starke City Council Tuesday night initiated addi- that has already claimedat

tional steps to combat complaints about electricity with least three other lives, early p fE

which members have been deluged.A Thursday morning brought instant -

proposal by City Clerk Carl Johns that the city hire an death to James Raymond M

Hersey. 23, of Theressa.So f1.y
outside expert to spot check the services electric customersare

I II receiving was adopted by the Council. Angus Merritt badly smashed' was the car i' :arlF R.ai
: in which alone
Hersey was riding
I of Gainesville was named as the expert to do the job. that it was about two hours : 4 '

I After the check is completed I I .
after the accident occurred before -
Merrittjs; findings are to te pub- Warrant
Search his body could be extricated ,<
licized (in circulars to all of thecity's from the tangled mass.

and in an ad-
power users The young man, who worked
vertisement in the Telegraph, according with his father
Power Request Clyde Hersey, Y
amendment Intro- '
to an had come into Starke to ''gasup"

duced by Joe Andrews III. before going to Melrose ? .

The Council's campaign to assure where they were constructinga
Pushed .
Y power users, that the elec- By MayorMayor house. He was headed southon

GUY ANDREWSGuy tric bills are correct has already State Road 100 when the

resulted in a program to check W. T. Jackson met accident _occurred at 5:59 a.m. s !
Andrews Starke
ail of the meters in the city. with opposition from at least one The train, known locally as I ,
was chairman of Starke'sforthcoming > .
Centennial celebration This project was begun several member of the City Council the "Starke Switcher," had beento m .4 ,' ., :,
weeks the Trail Ridge Plant of Hum- '
at a meeting of directors of the I Tuesday night as he'continued LYt ..

Chamber of Commerce Monday The Council's concern over the his push to obtain authority to phreys Gold, east of Starke, to

I afternoon. electric bill problem has been issue search warrants. I deliver some empty cars. It was S .- '- r

'I returning to the station here I .. I. "" ,
spurred by persistent complaintsin ,- ,
Starting date for the week- Councilman W. H. (Billy) .. ,
recent months about high only one carload of "
long celebration was set for May Noegel objected to the proposalon ", _
with indicating gasoline.The ; ,. .
bills users .
6. and Andrews said that detailed power many the grounds that in the handsof : '

plans will be announced in the they believed they were the wrong person such a power engineer, Maurice DeSha -
of Waldo, said that he the '. ',''"-'
being unfairly charged.In I could "cause lot trouble." saw -
near future. He disclosed, however a of < ,: -
approaching car and believed :
that a highlight of the observance the steps initiated the A legislative act would be the driver
was going: to stop.
will be the Councilmen are seeking to'as-
presentationof needed to grant such authorityto He said that the train
sure the users that they are be- was going -
a spectacular pageant depict- the mayor and no definite action -
ing Starke's history from the ing justly charged, or to uncover was taken on the proposal around 15 ,miles per hour.
When asked if
the train soundedits
time of the Indian wars to the -.any defects if they are pres- Tuesday. City Attorney Arch
whistle for the X.
present date. Research ia already Thomas reported that he has inquired crossing
ent.Mrs. M. Smith, local Seaboard
under way for this project, the Ruby Johns proposed that into the legality of the said, "I'm
sure they did. They
chairman said. It will be written the 'city also make a spot checkof matter, as directed previously by always do."

by ,professional scenarists and I appliances used in homes but the Council, and could find "no .
Hersey's car a 1955 Ford two-
will have professional direction, Johns replied that such a move the
objection" city having the
he added. It will involve a cast would be impractical. power to issue search warrants. door the collided with the front of Truck Driver Faces NEVER in its 78 years of publishing, has The Telegraph portrayeda
engine and was pushed along more
of several hundred. "The appliances are not the heartbreaking scene, embodying more human misery than
Under the present arrangement the track
a distance of 142 feet the
''Tremendou.interest is already responsibility of the city," he photograph above. The face-down figure of the fatally injured
search warrants must be before
halting with the -
being shown in our plans," the i said "but of the resident. Our obtained from the County judge. still in the middle of wreckage the Manslaughter Charge little girl, being tenderly lifted by ambulance attendants the

chairman said "and I feel this responsibility Is to see that they Jackson maintains that this process track. Hersey was pinned in the dazed, hysterical father with bloodied shirt the pain-racked: face

assures us of the wholehearted are getting the service to their ] I of the critically inJured'moth'r
takes too much time and car behind the wheel and so By Sam McGaney wrapped In a borrowed blanket .
cooperation of everyone who is hone that they are being charged all add to
too many people are involved.He tangled the up an unforgettable scene that will haunt the for
was frame
asked to serve on a committee for." car that You don't sleep soundly when you live along U. S. 301, memory
; noted that in a previous case, his body was not freed from the years to come. Statistics are there in the paper each 10
with its deadly .combination of than 5,000 motor
for the many phases of thin cele- In,other action the Council discussed more ve-
four hours were required to geta debris until almost 8 o'clock. hundred, 11 hundred, 12 hundred killed on Florida
bration. It will be a big job and proposals designed to pro- hicles a day and only two worn and narrow lanes, full of highways last year

will require the best efforts of, hibit'' ,large trucks from using warrant to search a house for The, young man was engaged dips and bumps, to channel them along mere numbers that somehow leave us cold and untouched. But the

us all, but I know we can rise to city streets off of the main high- illegal whiskey, with about a to Miss Carolyn White of Starke 'P_ its bad _I pathetic figure of the little girl on the ambulance cot Is something
the occasion and make this go way when traveling through town. dozen people having knowledgethat and was to have been married in I from new. She lies in the arms else again. This time it was 9-year-old Karen Cohen. Next time it
the warrant was being is- next week. but when darkness falls, the of her father who
down in history as Starke's City Clerk Carl Johns in suggesting distraught might be .
greatest celebration." that the city ban trucks sued. Jackson contended that Time of the funeral has not road becomes a driver's nightmare keeps pleading, over and over

Andrews raid that the various from these streets by some the lack of success of the search been set pending the arrivalof ; a crazy maze of slow- again: ambulance to make its run from Cohen.

.. Centennial committee; chairmen means, said that the trucks may have, resulted from the delay -' a brother, DeWltt Jersey, x "Karen. Karen. Speak to me, Starke ,,. the awsome feelingthat ,Investigating; officers said that

,: .a l..werkeVi.\rtU be announced In break up.the streets as' well asContinued in obtaining' the warrant who is"in-8ervi }'at. .*Deven*. .Y p i. ; :of_jpeeding all descriptions b'a'by-.K; ren:: 'Please"'say'-some a life -ts' -ebblng.- slowly the' carp driven T>y 'lhe' girl's
trucks .
tars -
the near future. ( on Page 10 which gave an opportunity for a Mass. It is probable, however, passenger thing." away and there is nothing .. father, Lester Cohen of Long

'I tip off to the people involved. that the service will be held Sunday from pick-ups to gigantic The mother is lying there, too absolutely nothing you can do Island, N. Y., smashed into the
With the city having the power in Hope Baptist Church. "semis," teen-age ,drivers .. unable to move from shock about it.Then I tear end of Williams' truck

Continued Steady Growth Of Starke to issue search warrants a DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home in souped-up jalopies, and fast- and her own critical injuries.A prayerfully you thank I'' which was pared on the high-

recurrence of such incidents Is in charge: of arrangements. moving tourists, intent on setting Heaven thf
passing motorist has already for new hospital justa way, two miles north of Lawtey.

could be 'eliminated, Jackson a new record from New gone to phone for the few miles away, for you know According to a statement

During 1956 Indicated By IndexesA said. Mrs. Drew Reddish York around to every MiamL bend Danger and, in many lurks police and an ambulance sothere's that every minute .. every from Henry Calhoun, another

Noegel argued that such a solid nothing more to do. You, second will count. Negro riding with Williams, the

power could be dangerous to the places, there isn't even a teel so utterly useless .. so des- Up the road red truck had motor trou-
look at several scales which the number of utility users in Taken By eatSheriff's ; shoulder on which to seek safe- a light dimly developed
city if a should be electedto perately helpless in the face of
indicate Starke's growth shows the city The City Clerk's office I mayor ty. glows, then grows brighter as ble and was parked on the road
office who lacked legal knowl- human suffering.But the speeding ambulance draws for half an hour. Deputy Sheriff
that the city kept pace with reported that the city fur- MotherMrs.
was Accidents -
edge or was ignorant or care- are you remember all the near. Fate Brown said that the truck's
previous years in some areas nishing 65 more homes with sudden of brakes, followed -
and slowly forced ahead in electricity or water less in the use of such a power. Drew Reddish, a life- the squeal warnings against moving an injured "It's coming," someone says lights were burning, but that no
or both in sound of
others December Noegel pointed out that the long resident of Bradford Coun- by a sickening person, so you keep away and the father sighs, "Thank flares had been placed] on the
1956 than it did in torn metal and shattered glass.
December indiscriminate use of a search ty, died Monday night at her from the girl and try to help, God." highway to warn passing motorists
According to building permitsIn 1955. Last month But the wreck last Thursday
this warrant could result in suit home near Heilbronn Springs in a feeble way, by waving Expertly, the white ambulance .
the City Hall about the same figure stood at 1351 different. No loud
accounts against the city. "Then who after a brief illness., She was night was down oncoming traffic to prevent -Is maneuveredinto position anda Brown said the truck had
amount of construction was compared to 1286 in December crash. Just a solid thud, but still
would take the responsibility?" more than 80 years of age. another smashup.A stretcher placed by the little two small dome tail lights. Co-
carried in 1956 carriedon 1955.
on as was
I to waken an
he asked. x Mrs. Reddish was the daughter enough you minister arrives on the girl. Tenderly she is placed uponIt hen tried to swerve to avoid
in 1955.: In both about This
years growth is also reflected "I'm one who would take the of the late James Hamiltonand I uneasy sleep. scene and says a fervent prayer and then lifted into the am- hitting the truck, but his car

$480,000 was spent on' business in revenue figures. The revenue responsibility," the mayor re- Nancy Tyson Ritch, early I Seconds later you hear muffled over the little girl's limp body. bulance. Mother and father go struck the left aide of the stalled
construction, homes, and remodeling for
1956 from electric plied. settlers of Bradford County, cries .in the dark and you hurri- Hysterically the father sobs: with her, inside. vehicle's rear end.
and about the same Mils was about $1300 more than don clothes and pick "How could it happen? Oh. God
number of 90 for these "But the city is responsible for and was the mother of Bradford Minutes later, a wrecker hooksto Mrs. Cohen and the girl were
revenue in December 1955. through darkness how could it happen? I was
County Sheriff P. D. Reddish. your way the disabled truck, and another rushed to Bradford County Hospital
purposes were issued in both In 1955 15921.88 was collectedand what you do, Noegel said. along the uneven shoulder of driving slowly and then -
She was a member of Union to the wrecked car. The last where emergency treatment .
yean.Last in 1956 the Several have this!'*
amount was the road. cars '
Primitive Baptist Church near of the passers-by disappear into was given. They were then
year_ the new clinic constructed 1719497. The water collections Berry Buyers Heilbronn 'Springs. stopped already ... one of themon More people arrive on the darkness and the road is black 'transferred to a Jacksonville

by Dr. T. G. Ritch added In December 1955 were $2.24526 In I the wrong side of the high scene. Someone, with a know- hospital
addition to her husband and again. to be under the care
$45.000: to the building total and ill 1956 were of first looks at the
2261.75 ledge aid
an Schedule DaysAt her son, Sheriff Reddish, she way.In Only then you begin to wonder of specialist, in view of their
with the .new bank adding another Increase of only a few and with shifts her
dollars. flashlight girl help,
1 survived by three other sons the beam of your how it happened. critical condition. It was there

$40.000. Permits for other Another index the businessat Market Here Orin Reddish, Raiford and R. a little group .is huddledon body so that her head is lower IS that Karen died Monday morn

construction included additionsto the Florida Bank, also shows L. and George Reddish of Heil the edge of the road .. then than her feet. Then carefully Luke Williams, Sanford Negro ing.

the Church of God and the steady growth. Bank President Buyers will be at the Starke insides sink and they pry open her bruised and
bronn; three daughters, Mrs. suddenly your truck driver, is held in the County Judge T. A. Yawn
Church of ;Christ, a home built S. *L. Peek Jr., reported that State Farmers Market two daysa knees but not with bleeding jaw and lift her tongueout '
Annie Kelly, Mrs; Mary Norman your quaver county jail here, under $2,500 said that Williams does not have
by Dr. H. ,H. Adam and a number bank deposits increased 2.91 week to strawberriesfrom lies the body of a to prevent her choking.
per purchase and Mrs. Hazel Alvarez all of cold. There- bond, on a charge of manslaughter liability insurance. The two
of homes in Saratoga cent at the end of 1956 over the growers, a market official Starke; three sisters, Mrs. L. L. little girl her face so bloodied But mostly there is just the I as a result of the accident l Negroes are migratory workers

Heights. deposits at the end of 1955. The, said this week. Conner, Starke; Mrs. Rosie .that her features are hidden lone, frustrating wait for an. that cost the life of Karen who follow seasonal crop..'

Construction, of the Winn deposits on Dec. 31, 1956 were The
official asked the growers Fredrick, Miami, and Mrs. May

Lovett Supermarket at a cost 3168203.43 and on Dec. 31, tc set aside the two days, Tues- Linton, Deland; two half sisters Merchants Plan Schedule Recent BirthThe

of $45,000 headed the list of 1955 were 3062792.11, an increase days and Fridays; as marketing Mrs. Marvin Moore Raiford, and 15 Year Term I

construction in- 1955: with im of 10541132. Jackson- Bradford County Hospital i I
days for berries to make the Mrs. Magdalene Espy.
portant additions made by the The amount of loans outstand- buyers' time worth while. ville, 19 grand -children, and For" Closing Hours In 1957 announces the following births::

$20\ oo Garden Restaurant and ing at the end of Is levied
1956 also were The season is just starting, nine great granchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl Ed: For

several service stations. greater than the amounts at the the official said and the quantity Funeral services were held they voted to stay open until 8 wards of Starke, a son, Rick;

An indication that Starke ia end of 1956, Peek said. The 1956 is insufficient to merit buy- Wednesday afternoon at 2 The' addition of another noli-I p.m. Earl Jan. 4.
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gradually swelling in popula- figure was $925,268.82 and the ers remaining here for additional o'clock in the Union Primitive day and changes in the weekend The Christmas parade is scheduled Mr. and Mrs. William E. Harper Attack On Negro

tion 'comes from a survey of 1955 figure was 95505274. days. Baptist* with Rev. B. closing hours and the closing for 9:30: on the morning of of Starke, a son, George; -

H. Rawls of High Springs officiating hours during the Christmas sea- Dec. 7. The group vetoed the Glenn, Jan. 5.

D.W. Starling i I Teenagers Aid Polio DriveMargaret assisted by Rev. Herman I son were the most notable re- idea of having Santa arrive on Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Lee, James Bryant 23-year-old
the Mer- the train as has been done the :
; Moody of LaCrosse ,Burial was visions as members of Deaver! of Hampton, a son Au Sampson City whit man, Friday
in the family plot in Dyal Ceme- chants Division of the Chamberof I last two years, but agreed that brey: Lee Deaver Jr., Jan. 6. was- sentenced by Circuit

tery under the direction of Wile Commerce set up a holiday I he should remain in town all day Judge George L. Patten to 15

Named Chairman son Funeral Home, Lake City. closing schedule for Starke visiting stores belonging to the years at hard labor in the state

Active pallbearers were grandsons stores for 1957. Chamber of Commerce.The C of C DRIVE Prison for assault with intent to

Vernon Reddish,, .Jimmy The members added Veteran's Wednesday afternoon clos- FOR MEMBERSTO commit rape* on a 17-year-old

i .$ &hoo1Boafd w r Reddish, Gene Kelly Lamar Day; Nov. 11 to the holiday ing will be observed as has been Negro gtrLBryant

Reddish. Junior Reddish, and closing list to bring the number done in the past. BEGINA who at his arraignment -

K 1 : Keith Reddish. o? holidays which the stores will Billy Graham was re-elected had pleaded innocent to a

.D. W, Starling was elected 3 r. remain closed up to seven. The chairman of the Merchants Div- Kick-off Breakfast for the charge of rape, changed his plea

chairman of the School Board ision. 1957 Chamber of Commerce membership .
mod- other holidays they will observeare to guilty to assault with intent to
durinj its reorganization session COMMISSION drive is scheduled for this I
Memorial Day (May 30), Independence commit rape when his case came

: Tuesday and W, C. Powell x REFUSEDCharles Day (July 4), Labor Benefit Game SetBy'lndependent morning (Friday) at 7:30 o'cloch: up for trail on Dec 4.
named vice-chairman. hi. in the Guidon GrilL Plans for the.
was : '
Day (Sept. 2), ThanksgivingNov. Bryant no emotion
Powell is the only new mem-' Darby was reelected and ,Team drive and kick-off event were
( 28)), Christmas Day as the sentence was pronounced,
ber ,the board as it beginsa i last to a second four- completed at a board of director I
on year New Year's Day. For Polio CampaignThe keeping his eyes steadily forward .
new 'year of business. He defeated year term as clerk of Bradford This year the stores will re- meeting Monday afternoon. toward\the Judge. Asked if

J. E. Brown in the- :. -. County, beginning his main open until 6 p.m. Monday Starke Independent Guy Andrews, Chamber president he had anything to say before the

elections last year. 'tFr. v t Y .'; : term this week. through Friday and until 7 p.m. I Basketball Team hopes to said that the policy of permitting sentence was* passed, the young

The .other board members are But the commission Darby on Saturday. This is.a. change ,score a large 'donation for membership fees to be! man replied :"Only that I would

L. T. Johns, H. A. Lawson and received last week from Gov- from 1956, when they stayed the Starch of Dimes campaign paid on a monthly baa's will be! like to have another chance."

t E. A. Sapp.. ernor LeRoy Collins stated open until 6:30 on Friday and as the team members continued this year. "This plan:I Judge Patten said that the four

The Board was notified that that Darby was to be clerkof Saturday.The take the court Wednesday makes it easy for every business,, months that Bryant has served

U survey of school room needsn Broward County. group decided to institute night against the Green Cove no matter how small, to be a member In the county jail since his arrest

| the county 'will be conductedthe The Bradford man returned a new closing plan for the month NAS Bullets. and have a part in the Chain. would be subtracted from the

near future, by the State Ana Dinklns (left) pins a blue crutch on Mrs. Elden the misleading! missive to the before Christmas. They agreedto The contest will be a special ber's program of work," AndreW I. 15, year term.

Apartment of Education. The: Mathews as the teen-agers launched, their activities in the 1957 Marchof governor commenting; that although remain open until 9 p.m. on benefit performance, with said.The At a preliminary hearing in

rvey action was' touched 'off the money that would the four Mondays preceding the proceeds going into the annual membership is $25,i September the girl accused
Dimes drive byl selling suckers for the benefit of
they denied a bid by the the polio fund. I go with the job In the larger Christmas (Dec. 2, 9, 16, 23). On March of Dimes fund. Game I although larger firma are encouraged Bryant of attacking ,her on a

rd to move the Heilbronn Looking on are Archie Green (third from left), Charlene Hardy Bill) county would be tempting, he the ,Friday. Saturday,-' Monday time has been set for 8 p. m. to take more than one,. 'dirt, road near Sampson City

1 ''into Starke. 1',Dayton and Bob Smith. will remain here. I and Tuesday before Christmas at the High School gym. the president said. (Continued on Page 10Songe


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editorial TWO
11, 1957
Farmer's DiaryBy -

Sam McGamy
First ImpressionsA John McKinney&AAAAAA4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ4, by Mrs. H. M. BIcUae,

someone in that vicinity (but ..AAA&&AAAAAAAAAA&&AALWe EST. 1879

speaker at our Chamber of Commerce no such person as they name Mr. and Mrs. John McKinneyand II FLORIDA'S. OLDEST WEEKLY NEWS.
banquetseveral weeks ago found much to compli- ever existed), and they offer to children visited Mrs. Will enjoyed the State ;Fellowship PAPER PUBLISHED CONTINOU8LY
sell them to you at a bargain meeting at Pine Level Bap-
ment and little to criticize in what he observedin Helton in Waldo last UNDER THE SAME: MASTHEAD.
Starke. He left no doubt in anyone's mind price. They represent the chicks Sunday.Mr. tist Church last week. Twenty-
however that he felt that one of our most ser- as good stock, but the chancesare St. Mary, Ga. spent the weekend four pastors were present from THE MATTER AT THE POST OF'FJCE AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER :
they are white Leghorn cock- various churches In, the State. ACT OF MARCH J. 1879. ,
ious shortcomings is Chamber of with Mr.
our present Leon Wynn.
erals, which Mr.
they got next to and Mrs. A. J. Fender and r
Commerce building Mrs. Alice Starling and Mrs.
nothing.The family visited relatives in Jack-
He emphasized the fact that this building is The lack of rainfall is becoming other is the paint sprayingcrew Catherine. Lizzie Dyal Hines were visitingMrs. sonville recently. They also at-, H. Lewis. and B. M. McRaes, and Mr. and
one in which visitor to Starke are first received more evident almost day by (such as the notorious crew High Springs. Wednesday in tended the funeral of Mrs. Fen- James McKae spent the holi- Mrs. Clyde Hughey of Gainesville.
and welcomed to the'city. He pointed cut that an day as the drought which has in,the news lately) and as we all der's uncle at Hope Baptist days with his cousin, Ralph Hall,
Mr. and Mrs.
V. E.
industrialist, looking for a factory location might lasted almost two months is now know they are racketeers ,who George Willis has returned Church on Wednesday.Mrs. in Jacksonville.Mr. Thorntonand
threatening the spray a worthless paint, which home after spending two Florence daughter of Starke were din-
judge the community by its inadequate Chamberof strawberry crop yearsin Haltiwanger and and Mrs. VanDyke of
in the county. off your roof almost as the Army ner guests Sunday of the H. M,
Commerce building and get a totally wrong Many growersare comes sen and daughter-in-law, Mr. Tampa spent Christmas with her
impression of what is otherwise a fine progressive ready to apply mulch to their fast as it goes on. Recentisitors in the home of and Mrs. B. L.' Haltiwanger of brother, A. J. Fender, and fami- McRaes. Visitors in the afternoonwere
community. plantings, but are hesitant to go The old saying of "Let the Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moody and Jacksonville were recent guestsof ly. They also had as evening Mr. and Mrs. Joel L. Stephens -
ahead because of the dryness of Buyer Beware" is good to_ re family were Alfred Moody of the H.: M. McRaes. dinner guests ,Mr. and Mrs. Earl and grandson of Orange
Anyone who has ever visited the Chamber the soil member. Like the gypsies that Galveston, Texas, Mrs. Mary Miss Goldie Thomas of Brook- Goodman of Starke and Mr. Park, Mr. and Mrs. Roberts of!
office must realize just how inadequate it is tried to trade Alice out of some Langsdon Mr. and Mrs. Landis and Mrs. J, W. McRae. Melrose, and Mr. and Mrs. L.
from the standpoint of space and facilities. It is Pete berries for what they called a Green and son of Jacksonville, er spent the holidays with her of
Griffis for example is one grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Rev. and Mrs O. J. Raulerson A. Crosby and daughter Bay-
impossible even to have a meeting of the full of those who is watching the sky century plant. Those rascals dig Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norman and and his sisters Mrs. Winnie less Hiway.
board of directors without someone sitting on a every day hoping for a rain to up any old plant call it by name, family of Macclenny, Mrs. Ru- Raiford, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wood and Mrs. Arrie Sikes Mrs. Ophelia Moore and son of
table, on an upturned trash can, or almost in rescue his large planting of and then you have to wait 100 dolph Sapp of Heilbronn Mrs. Wright and family Mrs. Jimmy all of Jacksonville, spent the Brooker visited relatives here
someone else's lap. (Fortunately, there are no berries out on the Griffis Loop years to f30*e them wrong! Sidney Starling and family of Ray and son, and Mr. and Mrs. New Year's Day with the H., M. last week.

women directors.) road. Pete's 45,000 plants, which
looked fine a while ago, are just
Some months ago there was much talk of 1
about striding still for the lack
raising funds to purchase a site for a proposed \
of water, and he cannot fer
new Chamber building but we haven't heard
tilize or mulch as he should at
much about it.lately. In the meanwhile, Starke's this time. a
Centennial year is upon us and there will be *

literally thousands of visitors here for the big Read this week of what is WIN in'

full-week celebration later this spring. termed the world's first plantingof ousWEEKMIafflI eac.
"beggar weed" for the
This year more than ever our Chamber of pur
Commerce building will be in the limelight. It pose of reproducing seed. It

would be wonderful if we could receive our vis- happened out near Chipley; a
farmer planted about nine acres
itors in an attractive new building, adequate for
cf the pesky weed seed, following
our needs. Perhaps this is too much to hope for a planting of watermelon. However ONE GLORIOUS WEEK ABSOLUTELY FREE
but at least we should resume' our efforts toward before maturing seed, an (ALL EXPENSES PAID FOR !TWO)

that goal.Auto infestation of army worms destroyed -
the crop and the experiment -
proved unsuccessful The t t'R'
Law Needs RevisionThe idea had been sponsored by the

Soil Conservation Supervisors, I'r
Florida legislature in 1955 passed a law who had noted that the weed wasa '
intended to protect the public against financially soil-building legume and that '
irresponsible motor vehicle owners and operators cows eat it readily when green, t t.G

who become involved in accidents and fail to pay and that it made excellent hay. .

for the damage they cause. Checked with soil Conserva- ..y. :>
tionist Bill Haas who said that .
This financial responsibility law set forth beggar-weed has never been .
stiff penalties for drivers involved in wrecks who deliberately planted around here, : .' In Celebrating our TENTH ANNIVERSARY, Slade

had neglected to obtain insurance or were unableto but that both it and the cockle-

bear the burden of the liability. Such drivers burr are both good soil builders. I i -k. 14' :: Gas Co. wishes to say "THANK YOU" To Our Many
One about is .
face the loss of their motoring privileges by thing beggar-weed ':>:' ewi:

plates having taken their away.driver's license and registration blem that there about shouldn't gathering be the any seed pro- ::<: I.. : Friends and Customers in the area we serve. What

all a person has to do is pass
The members of the legislature apparently within 10 feet of the
doggone ar y
reasoned that the stiff penalties would impressthe stuff and he'll come out of the fi way to show our appreciation than by giving

motoring public with the seriousness of the field loaded with beggar lice. ,.AGtiCk> > t a

responsibility which owning and operating an ,..... away these wonderful, wonderful Free Prizes. .
automobile entails. And no doubt the statute Visited last week with Rov Q. a .j y a .. c. a : #I
Tomlinson in the New River
has caused
many responsible automobile ownersto
station section, where he lives on
make sure they would be financially securein the old Kelly homestead in what r .r ; 1. One week Free at Miami Beach. All
the event they became involved in an accident -. expenses
may well be the oldnest housein
incurring death, injury or extensive dam- Bradford County. Built "by : 'S \ for two.

age. John O. Kelly with slave labor, : .
But the 1955: statute had the effect of closing the homestead is a monument to f
the barn gate after the horse had escaped. a man who built of materials to ..,;.. ,.., a. ., 2. One Automatic Hardwick Range,With Thermal-

The irresponsible motorist, the type who causes last. Roy showed us one of the Eye Top Burner.
4X8 of lighter wood
most of the wrecks takes little heed of the plates
which runs in one continuous .
warnings of what would happen if he becomes piece all the way across the 48 I 'J

involved in a smashup, but goes his merry way, foot wide front porch. Beams are ; ... w 3. One 5-Year Warranty Automatic Gas Hot Water
gambling with the fate of others. joined together with wooden Heater.
Indications that the 1955 statute has not pegs, and the original logs are

had the effect that was intended was seen in now sheathed with cypress ,
the last two weeks right here in Bradford Coun boards which look as if they are 4.
ty. In the three worst accidents that period, good for another hundred years. One 35,000 BTU Dearborn Cool Cabinet Heater.

the driver charged with causing each of the Prizes will be awarded during the month V:
Leo is back home again, after
smashups did not insurance, and
possess any 5
treatment for heart-worms at $50.00 Cash.
in all of them innocent parties were injured. "Doc" Mullins hospital. The poor of December, 1957 at dates to be an- '
The intentions of the 1955 law were good old guy (Leo, not Bob, of course)
but the indications are that the law failed to is not very frisky after the ex 6.
have any effect pn the irresponsible drivers, treme dosage he received but we nounced later. Visit our store on West $25.00 Cash.

the very ones who should be covered by some look for him to perk up soon and '
kind of financial responsibility. then we think'he'll be braggingall
Madison St. for details.
Florida needs an air-tight financial respon- around the place Joy had her r complete
picture in the paper once, as did
sibility law to protect the motoring public.
her roving daughter,Comfort butas
Automobile smashups have become so prevalentthat
Leo will no doubt point out
no one should be exempt from the requirement pridefully, he had two pictures. "
to furnish proof of his ability to ,
accept *

liability in case 'his auto becomes involved in a As dry as the woods and fieldsare DURING THE YEAR 1957 LOOK ; > i
wreck. Since so much death and destructionhave today, there is great danger a
been caused on our highways, we feel that from woods fires. We hope thateery
automobile driving should not be a right, suchas person will keep this in
mind and try to keep down the TO SLADE GAS FOR ECONOMY!
it seems now to be considered, but a privilege terrible fires which every year II This Beautiful
granted only to those who can prove they
biacken and ruin some areas of
are able to accept the responsibility.
our county.
t Vfe offer Ranges and Hot I I arm aa-
The President's RequestSeldom In our frequent trips around you GAS
the county we often encounter a
doubtful welcome, until we
if ever before has the Congress of very make known the purpose of our Water Heaters tor. .
the United States returned to in such
duty a visit. Seems that many of our
lather of public excitement as in this problematical country people have been "sk' .
*new year; of 1957. As this is written, the ed" so many times that they inre RANGE E
Senate is engaging in debate on whether that suspicious, and you can't blame

body is, as has been traditionally held, a hardy them.We 1. NO DOWN PAYMENT! .
well remember two rackets
perenniaU'or a perishable political plant that \.
sprAuts; Blooms, and dies on a biennial basis. which were tried on us. The => For

And on the following day came an unprecedented say first they is the have slick-talking some pair day-old who 2. NO CARRYING CHARGE! '- ----: .v Only

appearance of the President before a chicks which were ordered by "
joint session 'to ask for stand-by authority to
3. 36 MONTHS TO PAY! '
employ American troops against possible Com AIR PARK $5.77
munist aggression in the Middle East! BAPTIST CHURCH e

It is our considered opinion that not only Sunday School 9:45: a.m. Morning L. Jm.

the Senate, but the Congress of the U.S. as a Worship services 11 a. A MONTH '

whole IS a continuing body in theory, and should Training Union 6:45 pin. Evening %What Could Be .
be in fact. That it should in this explosive, fast service 8 p.m. Cone '

moving age knock off for months at a time i is worship with us. l land

reckless evasiop of its duty to the people it i is

elected to represent. It could yet prove tragic FRIGIDAiRETHE I.
that the Constitutional representatives of the I East ?

whole people were disbanded during the critical ert
5 Year % Automatic -
weeks of t Franco-British Egyptian fiasco BEST-KNOWN -

and the inspiring but futile Hungarian revolt.It NAME IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION \ 1 1t

comes as somewhat of a surprise to hear i
the President ask for military and economic RANGES HOT WATER HEATER i t

freedom of action in the very area where we WATER HEATERSAm LOOK TO SLADE FOR Q ;
have so recently deplored the military adventures

of our allies. Thus the Congress will have- WASHERS CONDITIONERS& DRYERS BARGAINS 7957 You Pay Only $3.20 Per Mo.
an opportunity considering whether it wishes OSLADE
to abandon also its sole Constitutional authority
Get The Best For Less
to declare In
war. of the fact that the
gentlemen will now remain in session for some At

time, the President's request suggests a willingness
at least, to take over this responsibility.
We hope that our Senators and Representa Sm'thj5GarageSales

times are back on' ,the job in fine fettle, after GAS 'CO.

their summer and fall vacation, eager to serveus and Service
and alert to our collective problems at home We Service All Makes of

and abroad. If so. they will take along hard lookat Electrical Appliances .

their position- and decide i whether they wish 606 N. Temple Ave.. PHONE 121 WEST MADISON i
to abdicate their authority or exercise it. The PHONE 120 ; STARKE, FLA.

fate of representative government is at stake. -

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TTTTTTTTTTTTTmT,1v- .. .9Y99.yyy..n.-nn.y.y., A. Meads, died in 1943, she had I from their farm' home near I I. ...................... -" -p-p 1.. '. .-- ;: .'_"' -- ---'!!'o-" .=-'- _..,,,

been living with her daughters. Hampton, and are occupying the

BROOKER HAMPTONBy 'Funeral services were held apartment at the L. J. Wynn STATE FARMBy
Tuesday at Hampton Baptist
home. Mrs. Bedenbaugh has beenill 4
Church with Rev. Marvin Faile Janet Turner T
casUeu Bin. D. E. mil for some time.
By Mrs. E- officiating. Burial was at SantaFe I Phone ISH&A&&A&AA&&AA&&AAA&A NTj\
Mr. and Mrs. George Wisner
&&&&4.AA&1 &AA&A&&A&A&&AA& Cemetery near HamptonLake.
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Smith Funeral Home of and children were in Spring
Wedding Plan \nnounced Funeral Tuesday For Titusville was in charge, of ar City, Tenn. last Sunday, doing. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wainwright -
:Mr. and" Jlrs.Uoyd Barry an- Mrs. Fannie Meads, 71 rangements. deputation work preparatory to' had as guests last week

nounce the engagement of their Funeral services were held Survivors include three daughters going to the mission field. The VIr. and Mrs. H. L Tucker of I

daughter, Frances, to Alan Land, Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. Fannie Mrs. Gertrude Slade of Visners have been staying in Jacksonville, and Mrs. B. W.
Eon of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Land, B. Meads, 71, who died Sat- Hampton, Mrs. Bill Hall of Hampton and Starke for several Tucker and children of Fernan-:

of Pensaco!* Miss Barry is a urday, January 5, .at the home Gainesville, and Mrs. Hughes of months while carrying out their dina Beach.t

graduate of BHS and is now of her- daughter, Mrs. Lois Titusville; two sisters, Mrs. Susie work. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Meyersand

employed with Howard Hall Hughes, in Titusville, where she Parker of Phoenix, Ala. and John Childress of Orlando will daughter Southern Pines, EXTRASPECIAL
Agency in Gainesville. Mr. Landis had been staying for the past Mrs. Cora Lawrence of Colum- preach for both services againat N. C. were Saturday guests of

a graduate of Tate High four months.A bus, Ga.; and three brothers, all Hampton Christian Church Mr. and-Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and ,

School is Pensacola and attended resident of this area since of Columbus, Ga.; George, Char- next Sunday, January 13. Mrs. W. H. Edwards Jr. and iiII
If of F in Gainesville for
the 1927, Mrs. Meads was born in lie, and Riley Crowley. She had Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sauls and son, Hal.
three ye&rs. He is now employed Alabama. Since her husband, W. grandchildren and ,eight had
as an adjuster for Maryland seven family moved last week from Mr. and Mrs. L. Durden SUPER.RIGHT".
greatgrandchildren.Frances as guests last week Mr., and
Casualty Insurance. Company in Alachua General hospital. She near Lawtey to the DeWaters
Hall Weds house on Hampton's main street. Mrs. A. P. Gordy and A. P.
Pensacola. Malcolm
)3 the mother of Mrs.
Frances Hall, daughter of Mr. The Sauls have three preschoolage Gordy Jr., and Mr. and ,Mrs.
The wedding will take placeon Lewis. end Mrs. Free Hall of Gainesville children.Mr. Russell Gordy, all of Tennessee,
Jan. 19 at 5 p. m. in the Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nettles Mr. and Mrs. J. P.,Lewis of 'Savannah SMOKEDFullv
former Hampton and Mrs. C. L. May, and
jjrooker Baptist Church. No invitations were in Jacksonville on business of Ga., Mr. and Mrs. R. B.
and Charles Handsley
are being sent, but all Friday. their guests, Miss Edna Eayre Rossiter of Jacksonville, and D.
N. married on
Goldsboro C. were
friends of the couple are invitedto Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson were Dec. 23, in Kingsland, and Wm. C. Kammerer of Phil- P. Drea?en of Jacksonville.
Sunday Pa. drove to Chatta-
attend. adelphia,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long Ga. Mr and Mrs. R. P. McLendonhad
Sunbeams Meet and family at Raiford Sunday.Mr. her hoochee Sunday to visit Marion as their guest last week Cooked
the were i
Attending couple Gnann. Miss Eayre and Mr. Kam-
The Sunbeam Band of the and Mrs. Alan Carelton parents, Mr. and Mrs. Free Hall, merer win leave Saturday for her aunt, Mii Ann 'Hoffman,
Brooker WMU met at the End Grannie Aldridge of Lake and her brother and sister-in-law, their home after a twoweeksvisit and Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Ingle Vi .
church Thursday afternoon with Butler were visiting Rev. and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hall. Mr. and here with the Mays and and daughters, all of Severville,
their leaders, Mrs. Howard Mrs. Ressie Carelton Sunday aft- Tenn.
Mrs. Handsley are making
I cther relatives and friends. Miss
Douglas and Mrs. Howard Nor- ernoon. Mr. and Mrs. )j.. L. Wain-
home at present in Shreveport Eayre spent several days last
ton. Twenty youngsters were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Addison La., where he is stationed with week in Gainesville with Mrs. wright were in Gainesville Sat- -
present and studied their mission and family of Lake Butler were the U. S. Air Force. May Sweeney.Mr. urday' visiting Mr. and Mrs. C.
book, "The Lantern and the visiting the Careltons last week- New Students At School T. Edwards.
Song." The next meeting will end. The Addisons will move Yvonne, Joyce, and Ronnie. and Mrs. Bob Parrish mov Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Sinclair PICNICsC
be Thursday, Jan. 17. to Jacksonville next week wherehe Dakin are three new students ed Monday from their formei were in Tallahassee Monday and
house to the Watterson house: to attend the -
GA Meeting will enter Barber College.Mr transferred to Hampton Elementary I
j and Mrs. Atkinsonof next door to Mr. and Mrs. W. W. of Governor Collins. II
The Intermediate Girls AuxilIary Casey School from the Starke I
! I
Miami few this Hammond.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Turner had I
held their regular meeting spent a days schools since the holiday recess, '
week with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. according to Mrs. Ola M. Perk- : Leonard Melton and children as a Sunday dinner guest Mrs.
Thursday night at the homes of ofStarke.. !
Mrs. Joyce Castlen. In the absence Atkinson and Mrs. Joyce Castlen ins, principal.The are visiting this week witl 1 Alice Anderson had
E. C.
Mr.and Mrs. Long
of the Jaunita and boys. children of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Melton's parents, Mr. anc I
Mr. and ,
Stalnaker presided at the busi- Little Cherie Hinton of Olds- R. W. Spitze, Yvonne and Joyceare Mrs., L. L. Melton, "near Hamp_ as guests B.last Colson Sunday of Brooker.KUNGSLEY TENDER SMALL

ness meeting. The minutes were mar> has returned to stay with in the third grade, and Ron- ton.Mr. Mrs. G. '

read by Frances Prescott, sec- her aunt, Mrs. Earl Green, fora nie, first grade. The family lives I and Mrs. R. C. Gray an< LAKE LB L
few weeks. .
retary. Kay Elzey had charge of near Theressa.Mrs. children of Jacksonville were MISSIONARY BAPTIST I
Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Manningand Esther Hall of Hamptonwas HOCKLESS
the devotional. The girls made supper guests on New Year's day
Mrs. R. C. Jackson of Tam- Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning -
plans for a skating party on installed as Worthy Matron at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Jan. 31.Birthday. pa were visiting Mr. and Mrs.. C. of Waldo O. E. S. 120, at an open W. Horne. Worship 11 a.m. Evening
S. Kelley Saturday.Mr. installation at 8 p., m. Thursday Service 7:30 pan. Prayer Meetin"each
SupperMr. Mr. and 'Mrs. A. M.
Bryant -
7:30 Everyone
Wednesday p.m.
and Mrs. W. C. Stalnakerand night, Jan. 10. '
and Mrs. H. C. Douglas H. H. Mot,
visitors in Lake we1coDle.-Rev.
: were City on
family spent Sunday E. C. Morris Dies
entertained with a birthday supper :1'
honoring Mrs. Douglas'father Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sparkman in Ernest C. Morris, son-in-law of Saturday. pastor.

C. J. Strickland of Sanford and then went sight- B. Y. saxon of Hampton, and I I
seeing at Daytona Beach. father of Mrs. S. G. Denmark of I
Gainesville, at their home Wed-
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Russ Starke, died Friday, Jan. 4, at ALL GOOD BREAKFAST
nesday night. Out of town guests PROTECT DRIVER'S licenseBUY
were Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Strick- were visiting relatives in Apop- his home in Pompano Beach. Attending your IONAPEACHES ,
ka last weekend. Mr. Russ' father the funeral from Hamp-
land, and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Per LB
Strickland of Gainesville. Vance Russ, is seriously ton were Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. BACON 41e
ill in the hospital"in Orlando. Saxon.
Frances Prescott spent the .
Joyce Castlen was a luncheon Frank Brown left Monday for S
Christmas holidays with Mr.
and Mrs. Vincent Bazar in Jack- guest of Mrs. Myrtice Nichols I Ft. Jackson, S. C. to enter serv- LOW COST LIABILITY INSURANCENo
sonville.Mr. and family in Starke Saturday.I ice with the Army. Mr. and Mrs. CAP'N JOHN'S FRIED

and Mrs. L L. Dyal and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Prescott. Brown are selling their home in Membership Fees .. 6 Mo. Policies Halves & Sliced
and family of Starke were visit- Jacksonville where they had been
son, and Hal Mott were visitingMr.
ing Mrs. Doshie Prescott Sun- Lving: for the last year, and Mrs
and Mrs. Harrold Sorrels F FISH S STICKS S
Brown will stay in Hamptonwith 2Can'
and baby in Jacksonville, and day.Mr.. and Mrs. Edward Clark Mr. Brown's mother, Mrs. DOYLE E. CONNER AGENCY 2 27
:Mr. and Mrs. George Harrisonin
and son of Gainesville were the I T. F. Brown, and with her par-
Palm. Valley last Sunday.Mrs. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs ents in Keystone Heights.Mr. 136 W. Call Street Phone 285 70 OZ PKG
Lucille Edwards and chil- 29c
and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and fam- and Mrs. J. W. Beden-
dren and Shirley Green spenta
I Dy.I baugh have moved into town
few days last week with Mr. I
and Mrs. Ronald Barnett In "SuperRight"LUNCHEON
Miami and Mrs. Tom Steel in j ANN PAGE FANCY MACARONI &

Vcro Mr.Beach.and Mrs. Glen Cone and ALVAREZ STORE 63RO 1894.1951 L cfns

daughter, Alecia, and Mrs. SPAGHETTI 21-lb 33c
Clara Cone of Jacksonville spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R.

II. Green and family. MEAT
Thomas Hamilton of Pompano ;
spent: the weekend here 'with' A&P Fancy Quality -oz Sweet I

his family.

ville Mrs.and Stanley Mrs. Furey Mildred of Gaines-Rollins : 12or27c POTATOES leans 43c

of Newberry were visiting Mr. 1I ) : !5' ,

family end Mrs.Sunday.M. O. Harrell and

Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Mann and
family were visiting in Gainesville IvJSTARTS

Sunday afternoon.Mrs. .

spending. Milton a Mott week and with childrenare her EXTRA SPECIAL: ANN PAGE FANCY

mother, Mrs. A. T. Stravino in
Lake Worth.

Mrs.Vanderbilt her Lottie parents section Edwards the this Normansin was week.visiting FRIDAY, JAN. 11 ENDS SATURDAY, JAN.. 19th SPARKLEPUDDINGS

Inauguration Glenda Parker of Governor attended LeRoy the Only Once A Year At the Winter Season's Peak Do you have the opportunity to I

Collins in Tallahassee Tuesday as buy Men's Clothing at such tremendous reductions All from our stock And
a member of the BHS Band.
Truby Pinholster, Coy Ed- nationally advertised brands Everything not mentioned in this ad will be reduced

wards and Tom Stewart attended
the sing at North Side Bap- 10% -

tist Church last Sunday.
Mrs. Groover Thomas spent

the last two weeks with Mr. and ALLFLORSHEIM S C
Mrs. Ray Wilson and baby SAVE S8.00 EsSo"PANTSBy
daughter in Jacksonville.Mrs. SHOES DR DELICIOUS

Bill Genevor and daughter -
and R. G. Thomas Values To $4.45
Nancy Buying Your Values To $22.65 PKG. 5 ASSORTED
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sizes 6 to 16 ,
Wilson in Jacksonville last ,
weekend. SUIT Now $ .95 .
Mr. and Mrs. Benny Thomas 4, .,. FLAVORS
Jr. of Gainesville spent Sunday During Our Sale OnlyJ l .
with Mr. and Mrs. Benny Thomas 95 Pre '

and family. All Reduced $8.00 14
We are very glad to hear that ,
Mrs. G. A. Gay is home after BOY'SFUNNEL

spending several days in Doctors!

Hospital in Starke. All Long Sleeve SHIRTS FIRM RED RIPETOMATOES
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Reed ALL
Lewis of Gary Ind. will be interested SHIRTS Were $1.95 I ctn SNOW WHITE
to learn about the new TOP COATS, I 1'-'b 2ge
born Jan- Now $4.49
arrival a baby girl Only
uary 3. She has been named % CAULIFLOWER

Debora Ann. :Mrs. Lewis will 20 OFF 1.] OFF FANCY RED ROME

be remembered as Ilean Atkin- GOOD SELECTION

son.Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Jones are Ain't It Been. Hot APPLES "* ** 45'SWEET Head 19c

the proud parents of a baby boy ONE GROUP 66 PAIRJACKETS
born last week in Alachua General Excellent Stock Of

W. E. Hubbardof
Mr. and
Lake Worth were Sunday 1-3 OFF lib bag far

dinner. B. Stallings.Rev. guests .of Rev. and Mrs.C. REDUCED 20% Values To $8.95 CARROTS 2 1. 9c. Colored.

H. H. Mott and Rev. C. NOW ONLY
Sure Has Been Hot CURLEE COATS
B. Stallings a tended the executive LUSCIOUS GOLDEN RIPE
meeting of the new River Were $29.95 F RES S H

Baptist Association in Starke EVERYTHING MENTIONED 99 "

Monday night. IN THIS AD WILL BE NOW 3 BANANAS 12 1

We are sorry to hear about the $23-.95

accident Sunday afternoon.of Janice Seems Green last she REDUCED 10% CHEESErwJTI:1flT

was riding a bicycle and had a
bad spill. She was taken to the

Alachua General HospitaL; At EST.1S94. LB
this writing she was better andwe ALVAREZ STORE 43e
hope she will be home soon.
We wish Mrs. Eva Crowl a 412 CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.I .

speedy recovery. She underwent
[: a major operation Monday at the

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,...... :Wedding Set Jan. 20 G. B. Colsons To Fete i Birthday Party Held BHS Football Players Get Fair Plans DiscussedAt
!For Florence Martin 50th AnniversaryMr. For Edwards SistersMrs. FHA MeetingThe

And Kenneth PraterMr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson of J. M. Edwards entertainedat FHA club with :
I (Hear FSU Coach Nugent At Banquet Miss
Brooker will celebrate their 50th
and Mrs. Walter Martin a joint birthday party on Streamas, home economics teacher

rJ announce the approaching mar- wedding anniversary on Sunday, Saturday afternoon at her homeon --,., ''. ,''' ,,_. as advisor, met Monday evening
Jan. 20, from three to five ,
W. Madison street for her :
riage of their daughter Flor- ., [' at BUS.
{ o'clock when their son and .w .
daughters, Gayle, who was 11 .
ence Elizabeth, to Kenneth '
GladYS Mooty daughter-in-law fir and Mrs. : Miss Mary Starling, president
35't. Thomas Prater, son of Mr. anJ years old on Jan. 6, and Dianne, i .
Phone Mrs. G. E. Prater of Cleveland, Ressie A. *Colson of Starke will who was 9 years old on, Dec. 21. t ;1 presided over the meeting, when
hold open house at the Colson The Edwards home was lovely plans for the Tampa Fair the
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Tenn. which will an
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home in Brooker.No first week
for the occasion with in February
Sunday, Jan. 20, at 3 o'clockat arrangements were
Morgan Discusses J Junior Women Stage the Church of'Go& invitations are being sent of pink camellias, and the discussed. The group divided
TV locally but all friends and rela- pink and white birthday .cake ; $ into four sections to plan for
Mock ProgramMembers cf
and relatives
All friends !
Financial ProblemsAt tives of the honored couple are centering the refreshment table future meetings. Chairmen of
the couple are invited to attend. invited to attend. further carried out the and } .. these committees
PTA Meeting of the Starke Junior pink .. are: _Margie
white color motif. Whitehead Linda and Evon Gas-

Harmon Morgan, County Woman's a Talent Club Scout were mock entertainedwith tele- :Circle Meetings Held WMU MeetingsThe The 20 invited friends:!. of Gayle '. ;:::'' kins, Joyce Crosby and the reporter

school superntendent, spoke on I vision show at their meeting in By Methodist WSCS Executive board of the and Dianne enjoyed games and . -.. 1" Rhoda Hines.

financial problems at theStarke the club house Monday night. First Baptist Church WMU met contests during the party hours e.-, .

school meeting of the Mrs. Jim Ritch, music chair- Members of Circle 1 of the Monday evening, Jan. 7 at 7 p. and prizes were awarded to the ":. i 4J CARD OF THANKS
January ,,
eve-' Methodist WSCS met IE. Mrs. W. B. Mundy Jr., presi- winners. ;
Elementary PTA Tuesday man, was in charge of the pro- To our .many friends who so
.. Thursday morning at 10 o'clock dent, presided. Mrs. James High of Jacksonville ... "'-: assisted
ning in the school Mrs. Myldred Cuttino was ,, .._. ., kindly us during the
conductedthe gram. at the home of Mrs. E. L. Mat- The business and program her '' .
assisted mother in death of
Lacy Conway announcer, and :Mrs. R. .. .. r' .- four beloved mother
Rev. Mrs. A. N. Holliopal. program S. Mullins was moderator. Serv- thews, with Mrs. W. E.. Middle- meeting of the First Baptist serving! and caring for her sis- I ,c'. .'' and r to those who offered their
devotl the ton as co-hostess. WMU met Tuesday noon witha ter's_guests. kind''ordii
over talent scouts were :Mrs. : of sympathy, and
presided ing as ;
.. .
day president meeting. The matter Curtis Malone, Mrs. Drew Red- Mrs. T. H. Slade, leader, conducted covered dish luncheon at the -.--..-,.- for 'the beautiful----- -fIntTI'-v.i-.M| UAVOOC"''','' s
program tonic was "Mission
business church. The meeting was
to ask volunteer dish, and Mrs. :Mary Elizabeth the business meeting at pre- ALL CONFERENCE award winners pictured at Tornado football accept this as a personal note
was sided over by the president, Mrs. work along the Mississippi Riv-
and plumbers to as-I Haines. which time Mrs. L. A. Davis, banquet Saturday night ((1-r) Joe Harden, Harold Godwin, Mike Gold- of heartfelt gratitude to each
carpenters W. B. Mundy Jr. A short pro- er. Those taking part on the
.. s_ fixing; no. theist ___ Mrs. nft.,1.... chairman of the parsonage com- Mire, and Freddie Stephens. cf you.-The children of Mrs.
PTA on un me ;: u. "''''
thelounge program gram was given by the Dora program were Mrs. H. A. Lawson Mamie Griffis
building. Plans mittee, a report on redecorating (Dorothy, Marvin,
in the A "Slow Poke," Mrs. gave Alderman Circle, Mrs. H. A. Mrs. R. B. Alvarez. Mrs.
Chitty sang
discussed to re-cover, done there. Miss Amy The awarding of football trophies man, James Harrell, Rod d y Melvin, Marcus, Marlie, Othma
were also Ronald Griffis pantomimed Lawson, leader. Mrs. W. B. Alex- Randy Chitty sang "He will hold
the Primary build- Coburn led the devotional, and and a talk on "The Magicof Struth, and Joe Harden Griffis, and Mrs. Claude H. Barton -
the couch in "Hound Dog," and a trio, Mrs. ander gave the devotional which ire: Fast". Meeting adjourned .
ing lounge. M. H. Sheppard, :Mrs. J. O. Gay, Mrs. W. G. Haile had charge of was followed by prayer. The i with prayer. Believing" by Coach Tom Awards for perfect attendanceat I

Mrs. M. H. Sheppard's second and Mrs. Glen Conner, sang the program. Mrs. Haile reviewed Nugent of Florida State University practice sessions during the I,!
the chapter on Japan and 11 :} season went to Joe Harden, Bill
room won the room count "Winter Wonderland. :Miss Jo- J were highlights of the annual I:the season.
grade the Philippines from "DeclaringHis Alderman, Roddy Struth, end
Gruis of ann Furlong accompanied the banquet honoring members of the
prize. Mrs. '' the book being stud- : In his brief after-dinner talk,
James Thomas.
will take over the trio at the piano. s Tornado A and B squads in the I
Gainesville Coach
ied by circle members.: |i Nugent stressed the importance -
tiuties<< in the late Evelyn Coop During the business session, high school cafeteria Saturday Letters were presented to the i I of the boys having faithin
Jan.' Circle 2, Mrs. J. H. Fields, C night. Host on this occasion, as
er's second grade room on conducted by the president, Mrs. following squad members who themselves, of going into the
afternoonat he has 'been for the past several
leader, met Monday
21. Carl Roberts, the club voted to played at least 16 quarters during game convinced that they can
at the home of Mrs.J. --- years, was Dr. C. J. Houpt.
The fifth grade mothers were give $5 to the March of Dimes 3 o'clock street. Well it looks like the famous Miami, and flew 'back to Jax Mike Goldwire wan presentedwith the season: Charles Notgel: |win. This faith in victory has
in charge of refreshments during) and to spend $25 on the club H. Ritch on Pratt beard-growing marathon is off early the next morning .. still the coveted Sportsmanship Harold Godwin, Bubba LaMee, played' a large part in FSU's
house kitchen. Mrs. T. C. HazenJr. Following the business meet- Van Prescott, Bob Taccia, outstanding success in -
the social to an early start with some of no go so off it flew to At- trophy, awarded annually by Gary buildinga
., parliamentarian, presented ing, conducted by Mrs. Fields, the prominent men about town lanta with Margaret Rose and Dr. Houpt. All-Conference trophies Bennett, Bill Alderman, Roger winning football team in recent -
PTA the' revised by-laws as preparedby Mrs. E. K. Ferryman and Mrs. : Rivers, Roddy Struth, Randy years, Nugent said.
High School : letting their whiskers sprout already the other Florida girls .. they from both the Keystone and East
the by-laws committee, and W. H. Nollman gave the combined in preparation for the finally took a bus from Atlanta Florida Conference were awardedto Johns, Joe Harden, Rudolph The long banquet tables, stretch-

The Bradford High School they were adopted as read. devotion and program on Centennial .. Among those and arrived home after a some- Goldwire, Harold Godwin, Joe Hutcheson, Wilbur Barry, Henry ing along three sides of the huge

PTA will meet Tuesday, Jan. 15, The secretary read a thank- "Let's Go Through Together"and who are sportin a lush crop of what harrowing experience ... Harden, and Freddie Stephens. Hall, Freddy Stephens, Calvin .I cafeteria were attractively decorated -

at 7:30 pm. !hi the music room you letter from the superintendent -:. "Understanding Refugees." chin drapery ace Ira Harris Hear that Piney Brown is the Most Valuable Back award Pace, Mike Goldwire, Bert McGee, in the football motif. Goal
of the school. The Executive of the Florida Farm Colony Mrs. Daisy Perryman and Mrs. (Florida Theatre manager) who new records librarian at Brad- James Harrell, and Tommy Stal- posts of candles, wrapped in red

Committee will meet in the for the toys donated by club L. J. Green entertained membersof seems to have jumped the gun ford Hospital, and Margery Col- went Valuable to Harold Godwin, and Most lings. and gray, the school colors, were
music room 30 minutes before members at Christmas time. Circle 3 Monday afternoon on everyone ,. his honor, Mayor ley succeeded to Piney's former to Joe Harden. On behalf of the squad, Mike placed at intervals along the
For the first
the regular meeting begins.An The resignation Mrs. John at 3 o'clock at the home of the Billy Jackson, Postmaster G. J. job .. time this year, Goldwire presented Dr. Houpt tables, which were marked off in
game jerseys were presented to
interesting program !is Anderson as chairman of the former on Walnut St. McGriff Jr., and County Com- Seems to be all for now several members of the squad. with a set of monogrammed cuff gridiron arrangement fashion.of red A and handsome white

planned for the meeting and all Thrift Shop was -accepted, and The-business meeting was pre- missioner Buddy Bishop ... See you in the next ... Those receiving these were Harold links and tie clasp for his ser- carnations centered, the speakers

parents of high school students Mrs. Eldon Mathews was received sided over by Mrs. Green, the Wonder if they still rate a good- Carolyn. 'Godwin, Roger Rivers, Bill Alder- vices to the Tornadoes during I table.
are urged to attend. as a transfer member leader. Miss Kate Struth gave bye kiss when they leave home .

from the Lake City club.. the devotion. every morning? ... Can't thinkof -- ---

WSCS Circle 4 A meeting was scheduled to Mrs. Titus Olson, Mrs. Bertha a thing we girls can do to ,
club's 1957 Pearce, and Mrs. M. W. Lance even up the score with the men I .
for the
Circle 4 of the First Methodist begin plans
gave the program which was folks, unless we all let our hair, HART FURNITURE CO. .
WSCS met Monday night in the Variety Show.
taken from the Methodist Woman grow long and, most of the tpya v: .yYiY
recreation building. Mrs. W. B. At the conclusion of the meet-
and the World Outlook. men wouldn't object to that, of
Thompson, program chairman, ing and program, members and course .
read an article from The Meth- guests enjoyed refreshments in
for the John Simmons Weds Hear that Jan Mundorff entered -
odist Woman, and refreshmentswere the sunroom. Hostesses
served by Mrs. Sarah..Hunter meeting were Miss Margaret Massachusetts Girl his freshman year at

and Mrs. L. K. Whitehead. The Phillips, chairman: Mrs. Earl Oglethorpe University in Atlanta ibt

next meeting will be held Tuesday Moench, Mrs. T. C. Hazen Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy C. Sim- on New Year's weekend

Feb. 5. Mrs. Charles Cowen, and Mrs. mons announce the marriage of .. Tommy Harding has re-en-
James Blackshear. their son John C. Simmons, to listed for six more years in the SaGHnw..w.L. .a'i ark' :;

Masons To Meet Miss Ruth Norcross of New Bed- armed forces, and left Thursdayfor

CARD OF THANKSWe ford, Mass., daughter of Mr. and Valdosta, Ga. for reassign-!
Bradford Lodge No. 35 F. & ment .. Familiar faces I missin
A., M. will hold its regular bimonthly wish to express our appreciation Mrs. Harold S. Norcross. the Call Street working ranks $35 on this I I
meeting on Monday, to those who were so John is a graduate -Bess Burns from ,Slade's, and SUITE
to High School, and is now
Jan. 14, at 7:30 p.m. in the kind and thoughtful bring Pearl (Burnham) Edwards from
Masonic Temple. Committe appointments Christmas to the bedside of our serving in the Air Force, sta-I Koch's Hear also that Mar-
will be made and loved one during this holiday tioned at Barksdale, La. Miss lon Elder will be leaving Slade's '
be discussed. season.-Sincerely, R. L. Batten Norcross is also in the service :2J. j// II. \ Unsurpassed Value!
plans for 1957 will soon and going with Sperry Cor- if ; 1.! .JtL'\
All Master Masons are invited. and family. and stationed at Barksdale.IT'S poration in Gainesville .. .'.oL liMiIMIIIfIjl ,\,', lllt! J { J :: .., l ___ ... I

Kathy Struth broke her right

j arm Sunday when she fell froma
horse on' the Wait farm at y R 197.aLarge

Brooker Was confined to
Bradford Hospital until Wednesday -

Neil Phillips and Robby
UNLAWFUL Barksdale are taking the bumps ,

with mumps .. Hear Becky Sofa

Phillips entered Baptist Memorial And Chair

Hospital for observation
Monday ... Sorry to note that 2 Enjt Tables

For Any Person or Persons to Engage in sonville Louise week Stern Convalescent for entered a month's the Hospitallast Jack-rest Coffee 2 Table Table Lamps

2 Sofa Pillows
following a nervous breakdown

Name Unless .. Phillia Phillips was in St. I
Business Under A Fictitious Luke's Hospital Thursday to

Monday for observation and SAVE $30-00 GIVEN FREE! (One Only)

plans to return to her job at'Dr.

The Name Is Registered Felos' office next Monday .. On This 8-Piece One Innerspring 1

Those who constantly remind MATTRESS
I us we don't know how well off

we are in this country aren't LIVING ROOM GROUP
> J I. S just kidding! ... Virginia Se- F : > ..;,; ; Y, And Matching

.. .- well, now with special servicesin Box Spring
France, reports that she has Amazing New Low Price _.t.- m r... -. : With 4-Piece

to pay 75c for the privilege of
Read This Florida Law"It taking a bath! ... now I've' $440.95 f B.R. SUITE

heard everything ... Leila Mun- .
dy reports she loaned a book,

for as defined hercta to "The Man Called Peter," to $149.95(
shall be unlawful any person or persons, Tables '
someone and can't remember Large Sofa End
engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein defined who She'd like to have ill Platform Rocker 1 Coffee Table

without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the back ... T.V. Chair 2 Table Lamps Large Double Dresser with Plate Glass Mlrror-

clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place business. The R. L. Lawsons moved with Doors
Book Case Sliding
affidavit back last Saturday to the Gar Large Chest -
is, with registration shall consist of filing with tha clerk aforesaid an
denia tourist home after beingin
signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of Pineville, Ky. for the past six 37-PIECE .

all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the interest months ... Their son,. Jerry,

of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon. left Sunday for Tampa Univer- DINETTE G HIDAWAY SOFA
sity after spending the holidays _
.. *
Said registration may not be made until the person or persons desiringto with his parents ... a

engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smucker SUITE, With Innerspring Mattress '

heir intention to register said fictitious name at least once a week for four have bought the.V. W. '(Buddy) .

Strickland house at 1330 Johns;. Amazing Amazing Low Price Of
defined law in the county
((4)) consecutive weeks in some newspaper as by and.
in Heights,
where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be Drive will move Saratoga in on Jan. 15 ... Bud- Low Price ,i $179.95 "" ; ,

accepted by the clerk of the circuit court except upon receiving proof of dy leaves Jan. 21 for Des Moines, !E

such publication. Iowa to enter Drake University $
Medical School .. Barbara will
remain here with her parents, Reg. Sofa Bed

Calvin and Marie. Houpt, until ,

If you are engaged in business under any name their auto accident baby, injured, is released in a recent from 1 4 Chairs Table 1 LOW PRICE OF *577S -

the hospital ... Hear that Her- .

other than and have not had this long and Norma Jean Adams
your own, name will be delayed a few weeks 32 Piece Dinnerware Set

moving home ..into. Seems their the beautiful paperhangcrs new- CASH and CARRY!1t

properly *advertised and registered we will be hung made the a wall slight paper mistake upside and HIGH QUALITY FABRIC ,. I I

down flower ts were all


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"..-irJ-ri-,-s-- r.rJ r.r WJJJ .I Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Masters
New Starke Future Farmer Chapter Dated this 3rd day of January, and corporations 1.612.S57.67
of Detroit, Mich., who are moving James H. Moore 1957. Time deposits of Indlvit -
to St. Petersburg, were recent UHflcial Seal) Charles JL Darby duals, partnerships, and
Clerk of the Circuit Court > corporations 847,737.94!
guests of his brother and Receives Charter In Ceremony Here By.- Marian U Crosby, Deputy Clerk Deposits of United States

sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. 1/11 4t 21NOT1CK Government including
I Dies Was% Noted postal savings) 56,913.23
mdE; W. Masters.Mrs. -, -,,"'- ---:--:: < .... ; TO APPEAR
Shellie Hall spent the I I. Circuit Court Bradford County Deposits of States and politiC -
florldai U Cbaurvir. b subdivision 638729.10
| weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Brad George Kalogeropoulos. Plaintiff. Other dVosits (certifiedand
Locke in Jacksonville.Mr. Produce GrowerJames vs. Erangeline Kalogeropoulos, De ftcers' checks, '
fendant.. Case No. 10-18SO etc.) jk 11,965.49
.1 and :Mrs. R. G. Patersonand Auiire To AppearTo TOTAL DEPOSITS 5,168,203.43

.._______ family spent the Christmas. : Evangeline Kalogeropoulos, Other liabiliUes 54,761.20TOTAL
Harvey Moore, 88, whose' residence and address Is:
Mr. and Mrs- J. B. Dick with I Oliver H. Aspinwall Jr. will and New Year holidays with Dr. 'i'' well-known retired produce Patlsson You Avenue 61, Athens Greece. (not ABILITIES
are hereby notified Including subor-
sons Johnny and David visited leave by plane Tuesday for Ft. and Mrs. Harold C. Bowers in grower buyer, and shipper of .! suit fir divorce aat 0 I dinated obligations

their parents: Mr. and Mrs: C. Bragg, N. C. after spending the Fort Lauderdale. Lawtey, died Thursday, Jan. 3, above has been named filed Court tgalnst and yon cause In and the Ii shown below 3,961.63I

W. Strong and Mr. and Mrs. E. holidays in Starke. He will leave Mrs. Merritt Williams and in a Gainesville hospital after you are required to serve a copy of Capital AeeeaaU

H. Dick in Bowling Green, Ky. there soon for three years dutyin daughter, Miss Idell Landrum, being in, ill health for some complaint Four answer on or pleading the Plaintiff to th! I Capital 150,000.00

for the past two weeks. Germany.Mr. visited Mrs. J. F. Rogers in Attorney Samuel W. GeUen. P. 0.1 Surplus Undivided / 150,000.00

Mrs. Rosa Phillips and JosephA. and Mrs.. A. C. Martin of Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. I time.Mr.. Moore was born in Clinton and Box tIle 81, Gainesville, Florida Reserves (and profits retirement 27083.82
th8.original In me office of
Phillips of Lake City were, Detroit, Mich. were weekend and Mrs. Henry Stefanelli. Tenn. on Feb. 11, 1868, the before the of the Circuit Conrt on or I capital account for' preferred 87,814.76

Sunday dinner guests of Mr. guests of their son and daugh were in Jacksonville Tuesday son of the late Scott and Sirel- 11th the day of February 1J57; I TOTAL

and Mrs. Ernest Phillips.Mr. ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wesing 'where they attendedthe da Wallace Moore. He movedto otherwise the'allegations wedding of niece. Miss Complaint will be taken as ronfess- -
and Mrs. George FlynnJr. Masters. a Lawtey in 1905 and began a ed by you. TOTAL

and family of Leesburg spent L. E. Bobzin of Newton, Ia. is Jean Ann Beener, to Harold long and useful career as'a once This each notice week shall for four be> published. AND CAPITAL LIABILITIES AC

the weekend with the senior spending three months with Mr. Lloyd. ii grower, buyer,, and shipper of weeks In the Bradford County consecutive Tel. COUNTS 3637863.21
end Mrs. Titus Olson.] All Top Coats 1-3 off at Al- graph. +This bank's capital consists -
Flynna. produce. He introduced the
Dated this *th day of of:
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cornell Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Hutchinsof verez Store 63rd Anniversary Tennessee flat bean to this area, 1957. January, Common stock with total

and family of Jacksonville were Hawthorne were visiting Mr. I and Lot,to'ICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darn* par value of $150,000.00
Sale.Little was one of the first to grow Clerk of tk" Circuit
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Paul Hutchins on Sun- Peggy Yancey cele-, Golden Bantam corn in this sec By Marian 1. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
day. brated her sixth birthday anniversary -i President Rudolph Sapp receives the charter for 1/11 U %/1 Memoranda
J. C. Fogg.Lt. I ( the Starke Chapter tion. For many years he grew Assets pledged or'assigned

and Mrs. F. H. Maddrix T-Sgt. and Mrs. L. J. Richardson Wednesday afternoon,' FFA from State FFA President P. K. Beck. corn and other produce on contract REPORT OF COXDITIOX OF THE to secure liabilities
and family of Valdosta, Ga. with a party for 12 little friends. FLORIDA. BANK AT STARKE" and for other purposes 1196679.95
ai.d son, Bobby, of Fort Ben- in the Fort Meade area, OP STARKE IJT THE STATE OP"
nmg, Ga. spent several days last spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland ia in Apa- The rec<$ntly formed Starke as he presented the charter., I also, where he was known as FLORIDA AT THE CLOSE OP I. S. L. Peek Jr. President of the
Mrs. M. W. Lance. lachicola for two weeks to stay Chapter of the Future Farmersof "Try to develop leadership abil- BUSINESS O.V DECEMIVER 31, above named bank, do solemnly
vtek with Mrs. A. F. Sauls. "the corn king." He was also a 19W. swear that the above statement U
All Florsheiiu Shoes (values at :Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts with her daughter, Mrs. Dwight America was presented its ity by working hard it evry job successful strawberry for Assets true and that it fully and correctly
Marshall, who has been confinedin charter last Cash, balances with other represents the true state of the
and Curtis Roberts visited Mr. Thursday night by requiring leadership, Beck con-
2.95) Now only $14.98 at Al- many years. banks Including reserve several matters herein contained
terez Store 63rd AnniversarySale. and Mrs. E. C. Roberts in Day- a hospital in Tallahassee for the State FFA president, P. K. tinued. "To those that set their In the field of public service, balances,and cash Items and set forth. to the best of my
in knowledge and belief.
tona Beach over the weekend. the past two weeks. Beck. goals highest, and work hardest, process of collection 216,4 J3.93 I
Mr. Moore served several termsas United States Government Correct-J Htst: S. L. Peek. Jr.
:Mrs. Izona Bradley of Jacksonville Mrs. Robert Stefanelli and Rudolph Sapp, president of the go the greatest benefits." also obligations, direct and Harold C. Wall
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roberts mayor of Lawtey, and as guaranteed P. A. Brinson
are in Tampa attending the was visiting her sis: children of Tallahassee are Starke Chapter, accepted the Joe Wood, advisor of the a member iof the County Board Obligations of States and 2,195,655.35 W. B. Sewell
ter. Mrs. J. B. Sapp over the I spending from Tuesday to Sun- charter on behalf of the chapterat Starke cha'pter commented that political subdivisions 241,506.39: Directors.
Florida Band Masters Assn. 1 of Public Instruction. He wasa Loans and discounts (including State of Florida,
I d clinic. weekend. I day with her parents, Mr. and ceremonies for which the Beck's talk "seemed to stir up member of Grace Methodist JS2.93 over-- County of Bradford. ss:

Mrs. H. M. Griffin of Waldo. Mrs. Henry Stefanelli, and Mr. Starke and Bradford chaptersmet ide rest" in the boys. drafts 955,052.74 Sworn to and subscribed before me
Joel H. Miller of Frazier Park Church, Lawtey. Bank premises owned $6.- this 8th day of January, 1957 andI
was last Friday visitor of Mrs.T. and Mrs. Russell Norman. Mr. jointly in the USO building. The Starke chapter was set I I 333.52, furniture and hereby certify that I am riot an

Calif. is visiting his parents, J. Griffin Mrs. Carrie Ritch Stefanelli will join his family Beck, a high school senior at up in September to provide more Mr. Moore is survived by four fixtures. 5338.17 11.671.69 officer or director of this bank.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Miller, fora I|I sonsV.. Fred :Moore of Lawtey: Other assets 11.543.09 My commission expires February
and :Miss Annie Darby. this weekend. Chiefland, urged the boys to "dig Future Farmer opportunities and 12, 1960.

few days. Mrs. C. J. Houpt has been Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crews deeper in search of the things activities for boys taking vocational David W. Moore and Paul M. TOTAL ASSETS 3637863.21
(SEAL) Helen E.
Glasgow, Notary
Mr. and Mrs. John Moyer and visiting her mother, Mrs. S. J.. and daughter, Carolyn, visited you can do best" in a short talk agriculture. Moore, both of Jacksonville, and Liabilities Public.

daughter, Janie, of Jacksonville Douberley who has been seriously -, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Harbin at Robert C. Moore of Burlington, Demand deposits of Individuals Bonded by the Mass. Etonding and

were Mr. and Mrs. One N. .C.; two daughters, :Mrs. partnerships, Insurance Co.
visiting ill in Lakeland. Atlantic Beach on Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Vonda Inman i Excellent YearIs
Edwards of Jacksonville
Mamie Lou -
Wiggins on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Whiteheadand I and Mrs. Guy Sale attended .

family were in Winter the funeral of his cousin, Dies -Was Former ,' and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo of

Haven last weekend on business Mrs. David Lanier in Madison ; Reported By .1 Tampa: one sister, :Mrs. Elizabeth -

end pleasure.Rev. last Friday afternoon. From Witt, Knoxville, Tenn., 24
Starke ResidentMrs. Bank Officials grandchildren and 29 great .
W. S. McAliley was a there they went to Tallahasseeto

FLORIDATHEATRE business visitor in Jacksonville spend the night and Saturday grandchildren.

with Mr. and Mrs. Alton Vonda S. Inman, 68, a The annual meeting of the Funeral services were held in
Miss Kennie Kendall of Revell. former resident of Starke, died stockholders of the Florida Bank: Grace Methodist Church at Law-

Charleston S. C. spent the weekend Bruce Mathews and Miss Jane last Friday after an extended at Starke was held Tuesday, Jan. tey last Saturday afternoon at .

with Miss Jean Mundy. Maxwell of Gainesville visited illness. 8. 2 O'clock with Rev. G. E. Cut-

Mrs. F. A. Moore and Mrs.T. Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews Born in Oshkosh, Wis., May S. L. Peek Jr., president, re shaw officiating. Intermentwas REVLON

A. Steele of Gainesville spent on Sunday. 25, 1888, she was a daughter of ported that,the bank had an excellent in the family plot in Crosby

SAT., JAN. 12 the weekend with Mrs. W. B. Friends of Mrs. S. G. Den- the late Frank and Katherine year. Year-end deposits Lake Cemetery, with DeWitt C.

BIG DOUBLE FEATURE Mundy. mark will regret to learn of the Rhummb SchabloskL She came stood at $3,168,203.43, loans at Jones in charge of arrangements.

Mrs. Joe Wilson is visiting death of her father, E. C. Mor- to Starke from Petersburg, Va. 1995,052.74 and total capital ac Active pall bearers were Lawrence COSMETICS

Cot and Mrs. H.' C. Wall in St. ris, in Pompano Beach Thurs in 1919 with her husband, the counts at $414,898.58. F. Dinkins. George Rob-

!LSY! HaUN... Augustine this week.EAGLE'S day of last 'week. The funeralwas late G. H. Inman who was a A complete statement of condition erts. Hubbard Harley. David

I I held Saturday afternoon at real estate dealer In Starke for appears in an advertise Shuford, F. R. Carradine, and

Pompano. Mr. Denmark and many years. She moved to Tallahassee !- ment in this issue of the Telerranlv H. C. Kelly.eal .- .

JAN. in 1941, several years .,*
children returned home Tuesdayand c----
after the death of her husband. Effective Jan. 1 the bank increased F at Starke, Florida, this 9th
I Mrs. Denmark will return day of January, 1957. PRESCRIPTIONSFilled
SALE Saturday.Save During her residence here and i interest paid on savings (OFFICIAL SEAL)
FOR $8 on your New Suit at in Tallahassee, Mrs. Inman was account to 3 per cent, the highest Charles CJerk A. Darby.of the Circuit Ourt.Bv .

I active in business andcivic af rate any bank insured by the Marion L. Crosbv, Deputy Clerk Promptly And Accurately
COVER AND Alvarez Store 63rd AnniversarySale. I Chas. R. Hess. 204-05 Guaranty Life
All Suits reduced $8.00. I fairs. She was a Past Worthy Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation -RnildWie. Jacksonville. FIlLAttys.

OOLOftBC Matron of the OES Chapter at can pay. for plf. 1/11 4t 2/1 TWO REGISTERED DRUGGISTSON
and Mrs. Conner
j I. Starke, a past president of the The six directors of the bank -
..*JAMES YMCA JOHN' spent Monday to Thursday in
; Starke Woman's Club, and former were re-elected. They are R. F XOTICE
Tallahassee and attended the Notice I is hereby given that on DUTY AT ALL TIMES
Cffi-lN DfRfX11m Inauguration.Mrs. district manager of the Supreme Bartlett, Dr. P. A.'Brinson S. the 21st day of January, 1957 at

I m HtAlT IITHIS.[ ".. Quality''DAN Forest Woodman Circle, L. Peek Jr., W. B. Sewell, ErnestJ. 12:00 noon, the undersigned Sheriffof.
Gene Florida will
and Bradford County.
Frogge Jaugh-
1111I1....UI t......illCIIIS WA North Florida District. She also Snead and Harold C. Wall. sell for cash to the highest and .
..._...U.III..1."l .. RIVERS ter, Cfteryl Ann, of Cocoa are served as president of the Following the stockholders' best bidder the following described
1II..lfWMIlIl.. spending several weeks with her motor vehicle: S & H Green Given On Purchases
[ SHEETS American Legion Auxiliary in meeting a directors' meeting was 1941 studebaker Motor No. 848054. : .
father Van Patel who
PLUS ., was released Tallahassee, and was a memberof held and all officers were re- 1954 Florida License No. 2-51939,
I Wednesday of last week Color, Blue. Including PrescriptionsMITCHELL'S
81 x 99 Bob White the Business & Professional elected. They are S., L. Peek said sale to be conducted Immedi-
from the Bradford Hos-
bock .. County Women's Club in that city. Mrs. Jr., president; Dr. :P. A. Brinson, ately West of the Bradford County
so pital where he had been transferred JaIl. and will be held in accordancewith
Sale Each Inman was very active in USO vice-president; C. E. Hernwall, Chapter 562 Florida Statutes
Feb. 1 from Cocoa to
$1'75\ activities during World War n cashier; Billy G. EPDS. assistant of 1955.
Jacksonville, where he has been This the :3rd day of January 1957.P .
and until rece itly was employedby cashier and Ernest J. Snead, assistant I). Reddish DRUG $STORE
promoted to assistant branch
L the Comptroller's office in cashier. Sheriff of Pradford County. Florida
UKb1 iS manager for Wilson & Co. His I 1/11 2t 1/18
Wj1 Tallahassee. She was a member
family will join him there.
JACKETSSALE Mr. and Mrs. George Carter of Conner To Speak. In Circuit Conrt. Bradford County.FlArldai Phone 64 Starke, Fla.

Merritt Island were visiting Mrs.: She is survived by three sons, !. Ch.rT.
Sarah Deans Evans, PlaIntiff. vs.!
Doyle E. Conner, Speaker of the
J. H. Fields a few days last week. John and George Inman of Jack William Albert Evans. Defendant.
OFF sonville and 1957 House of Representatives, Case No. 10-1978 -
1-3 Mr. and Mrs. James Hudson Frank S. Inmanof
will be guest speaker at the Monday Notice To Appear
and of Baltimore, Md.; one daughter,
sons East Palatka were To: William Albert Evans, whose
last Friday visitors of Mr. and I Mrs. Milton Cram of Camp Hill: luncheon of the Children'sCommittee residence and address is: A/3c,
in the Methodist recreation 3750th U.S.A.F. Hospital, Ward 108, '
GIRL'S Mrs. R. O. Dansby.Mr. Pa.; three brothers, Joseph Sheppard Air Force Base, Tezas .,
COATS and Mrs. Roger Ward of Schabloski of Wellsboro, Pa.; building.In Ton are hereby notified that a
suit for divorce and restorationof
1 *urrut nciuttj NUCNUIXM Jacksonville were visiting Mrs. Frank Schabloski, Delhi, N. Y.; Circuit Court. Bradford County, former name ,-

P. S. Denmark on Sunday.Mr. and John Schabloski Newark, Florida In Cb".r.ry. has been filed against yon In the
"Mouse Mazorka" Cartoon SALE % Pearl R. Lyles. PlaIntiff. vs. O. K. :above named Court and cans ant /4
20 OFFEAGLE :! and :Mrs.! Gilbert Brown Del.; a sister, Mrs. Martha Wells, Lyles, Defendant. ;you are required to serve a I Ixpi
Chap. No. 9 "King Carnival"SUN. were in Tallahassee on Tuesday New York City; and 15 --grand- Case No. 10-1983 copy of Tour answer.. or nleadlng to /
the complaint tne. rlaintiffs
Order f PaVUeatloa and Notice te
to attend the Inauguration.Mr. children. Appears State ef Florida Tat Attorney Alfred C Scott, 301 -

., MON. & TUES. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley Funeral services were held in address O. K. Is Lyles: Unknown.You whose. residence and Florid Smith" BuildIng Jacksonville 2, ;*

JAN. 13-14-15 and son of Jacksonville and Mrs. the First Methodist Church of: are required to appear 01 and file the original In the office of p I 1/i
Jim Brown Starke Sunday afternoon at 2 February 11, 1957, in the above the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or .
Godwin and childrenof
named Court and cause. wherein before the 11th day of Feb., 1957; -i. ,
"MNIt MOS. the State Farm were.,Sunday o'clock with Rev. Donald Koko- plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration otherwise the allegations of said .
MMM 111 E. Call St., Starke, Fla. moor officiating. Burial was in L of former name. Complaint will be taken as confessed '. 4p., .
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. t
I HENRY FONDA'VERA MILESIn ; Bradford County Telegraph shall by you. ? '
"Always First Robbie Shaller. Crosby Lake Cemetery under the publish ,this Order In next four This notice shall be publishes once ... ,
ALFRED HITCHCOCK'SMan I weekly Issues. each week for four ;:
direction of DeWitt C. Jones. consecutive
One Group (66 pair) of DressSOOes Witness my hand and official weeks the Bradford County .Telerraph. ; -;
Q'uality"I valued Active pall' bearers were J. R / -- .
at $8.95. Now only -
I $3.99 at Alvarez 63rd Anniversary Kelly, Charley E. Johns, Lex ; -. i' ..

Sale. Green, T. T. Long, Freeman Register \ ,
Sr., and L A. Canova. .; A !
.. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Allen of II : y' -
Gainesville were visiting Mr. and

"Penguin For Your Thought'Cartoon Mrs. E. D. Tenly on Sunday.Mr. Charles Muhlhofer ;. : A&tVlIIN F

and Mrs. D. A. Mullis and 1" -

family moved the past weekend Dies, Resident Of Get AboardAmerica's : )w' rft

WED., THURS., JAN. 16-17 tu Quincy where Mr. Mullis is :

employed: with a furniture plant Keystone HeightsCharles

Mrs. Mamie Griffis

WILL YOU LIVE AGAIN? John Muhlhofer, 73, Finest Buses I't' '-
Dies At Home HereMrs. resident of Keystone Heightsfor !

:== the past six years, died suddenly ,

'i I p Mamie G. Griffis, 69, at his residence there 'Ty

"-=....- -"="-m."."... ..._ died at her home near Starke Tuesday morning.
r. ; -- i: ---- =:::=::; of last week.A At.t4
? Monday evening
Your Neighbor Born in $
-' :::::::::-. ::: = New York City, Jan. I( % i L a "
y '= t == native of Baker County she ( 4r
17. 1883. he was a retired commercial -
t'--w was a member of the Pine Grove t %
printer, and a member ,
'$ A CARELESS guynextdoorcan Methodist Church, and had lived
\ of' the F. & A. M. Kindwidding _
1 in Starke since 1913. _
1J The whole burned too Lodge of Chicago. He was a
II get you up Surviving are two daughters.
Scottish Rite Shriner and a mem-
startling story of... Mrs. C. H. Barton and :Miss ,
even though you're the most ber of the Medinah Club of the 4 ht floss who frovt/ link .gp
Dorothy Griffis, both of Jacksonville ? '
'THE Shrine, in Chicago. t1J.I, amdthos.wh.frcvsIaIos 'Y
cautious home-owner in the : five sons, Marvin of
Surviving are his wife. Char- ; _
SearchBridey Starke, Othma of Miami and

world! Melvin, Marcus and Marlie lotte Zeh Muhlhofer, .d one
Walter M. Muhlhofer both rJlelerJtl
son ,
FOil Griffis. all of Jacksonville; four
of Keystone Heights; one daughter < brothers Elzie and
So be home and Volley MORE THRU
sure your Mrs. Robert E. Walter of IS THE WAY TO GO
Griffis, both of Raiford :Mallie "
houshold goods are fully insured Griffis of Lake Butler and Ray Flmhurst HI., and a sister, living ,SERVICEFINEST Mat* Craykawd your fat AMC* (orJsWiMt as SM ia SEVENTEEN ond en 'THE BIG FAYOFF-CBS-TV ,
in Wipe*KfsjL'y C
Griffis of Sanderson three ,
; uo aodn.wod iosfo.cbl bvws.
against fire. sisters, Mrs. Evertt Norman, Funeral services were held in I D .. Pleated Princess, Woven ,Plaid .
Murphy Mrs. Maggie Griffis, and Mrs the Community Church, Keystone TERMINALS One Round Snap crackle ._._. pop-a dress as full of spirit and cpaibees
I Way Trip
Mazie Heights. Tuesday afternoon it is with places to Vicky Vaughn
,1U S'o Redding. Tallahassee, Fla. 4.05 7.30 go. playaup, 0 young figurewith
M*h.w KWI.kttu ti wa ui&n f-. Funeral services were held In at 3:30 o'clock with Rev. FREQUENT Pensacola, Fla. 8.40 15.15 the hl-rise midriff, panel pleats front and back. Bright; additive -

kost.W IIllllCllJ.h .iI bdEltlIlEpJ.IphIl1pE II .*I \0. the DeWitt Jones Chapel last Russell Young officiating. Following SCHEDULES Ashevfflc, N. C. 10.20 18.40 ,a wispy chlffon kerchief.In lurary-lock'Victoria Lace',tapes-

( Thursday with the Rev. J. D. services the PRE.PLANNED New York N. Y. 22.90 41.25 try motif on woven plaid Sanforized combed;'cotton. Washable
4_ II" body was
YIST VtSlO .1' I II'l Williams of Glen St. Mary offici-, TOURS Chicago, HL 24.50 44.10 end cease-resistant, clack, blue, toast grey or pink en white.
taken to Chicago HL for inter.
I San Antonio, Tex. 24.65 44.40
ating. Burial followed in the Sizes 7 loiS.

"Heavenly Puss" Cartoon family plot in Crosby Lake ment in Acacia Park. DeWitt CHARTER Seattle San Francisco, Wash. CaL 57.20 50.05 103.00 90.10
H. C. }%Wall $
Agency Cemetery. C. Jones Funeral Home was In SERVICE Add U.S. ,Taz to' above g.95

AND"WATER Pallbearers were J. W. charge of local arrangements.Active PACKAG Greyhound Bus Station .

BARRIER" Phone: 146 Thomas, Robert Claik, Herbert pall bearers were Lind EXPRESS 649 N. Temple Ave.

I 200 E. Call StreetS Shad Harris., Gordon Clinton Hill Barton, W. ,T.Johnny Crawford sey Walker, Frank Walrath Jr.. Phone 147-J ROBBINS' DEPT. STORE

SPECIAL Ray Starnes E.
Starke. Fla. John Casey, John Magyar!, Ray Chance

Billy Hagan. Eugene Crawford. William E. Belote, and :Mr. Rut ; "THE STORE, OF. VALUES"

and Rarlia Ellington. ledge. f,



; 'T T'I. '< - iS i--: -- .iFRIDAY- '., _


JANUARY 11, 1957Wiggins

-1 4v: ,, family. ...1 ier this year, you would have beer Florida Statutes, '1953, and that
;jtr; ; f Edwin Starling and his father- under the provisions of said Section
IM- $ in-law, Nick Thomas of Starke, Camellias I depressed by the status of journalism 608.36, Florida Statutes 1953 said
; been
corporations have classed
= ':; got quite a catch while they were in the Middle East. There subject to dissolution, and that as
; i -- fishing -in Mill: Pond on .Friday. Anyone? PS are few trained newspapermenor three (3) months after date of
this publication each and
.t every
2t1 1 Mr.| and Mrs. Shirley Johnson --..... I responsible, independent news such corporation listed below that
were weekend guests of Mr. and I has not in the meantime filed Us
papers In these 'countries. Undoubtedly reports due and paid the taxes due
Mrs. Wash Johnson
9j$ k near Madi- Starke, Fla that lack *11 largely tc under the provisions of Section
C08.33, Florida Statutes 1353, will _ _
son.Mr. Dec. 21, 1956 blame for the sorry plight of be certified to the Governor of the
and Mrs. George Este and Mr. Eugene Matthews those countries today. State of Florida who will issuea
Mr. and Mrs. F. Estes visited Proclamation at that time dls-
? Starke, Florida We congratulate solving said corporation.
you on the
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Burdette' in

: Jacksonville on Sunday. They all Dear Gene: : honors you have won, and hope I, Doctor's Bradford Clinic Coamtr Hospital. Inc..

itr : visited Mrs. Leona Salathe in St. The progress of a community, you will return to the state capital Starke, Florida.

<, Vincent's while there. a town, and a county is always and to our campus often.Sincerely Dowling Motor Sales," Incorpor.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamiltonwere greatly influenced by the attitude ated. Starke. Florida.Florida .
t-c yours Tall Oil Co.. Starke. Florida.
; of
Sunday dinner guests of S cooperation its newspaperand Laurence R. Campbell, Dear U.S. 301 Highway ASSociation
editor. .
Inc., Starke, Florida.It
Mr. and Mrs.
Norman Hamilton
School of Journalism
in Jacksonville. They had supper 1 The Bradford Soil Conservation FSU Is further directed that a copy
of this notice be published one
j with Mr. and Mrs. Julius Dean. I District: is proud of the progressive time In the Bradford Telegraph
I' Mr. and Mrs. Dan W. Starling cooperation we have always AOTICB OP 1XTE.VTIOYT a newspaper published in Starke,
I Florida in which county the home
had as recent guests their son, received from you through Dlwolre CorperatloM office of the above listed corpora

i ... .. Doyle and family of Miami the your Bradford County Telegraph. the Notice provision is hereby of Section given 608.36 under tions are IN shown WITNESS to be WHEREOF located. I _

H. T. Markhama n_unn_ of__ fiainesvil1____.___, Thinking back to the no-fence Florida Statutes, 1953. to each of have hereunto set my
Left: Feed mixing mill on the Wiggins ranch has a capacity of :and Mr. and :Mrs. Mosier of program and now the recent Fire the corporations listed below, the hand and caused the
incorporated under the Great: Seal of the State
DevelopsFine one ton. Feed runs through hopper on floor at right, where a screw I II Orlando. l lMarvin in the county may be this 12- Prevention program, we feel that laws of Florida and according to: of* Florida to be affixedat

I shaft lifts it to mixing tank above. After feed is thoroughly mixed Warren of Jacksonville foot specimen owned by Mr. a great deal of the success for State the ,records each and of every the such Secretary corpora-of: .Tallahassee this the fad the day Capital of

Herd Of it drops to machine. at left, a molasses blender, which adds syrap. spent the weekend with his par and :Mrs. J. L. (Lacy) Johns in the favorable reaction to each of t ion appears delinquent for three (3) January. A. D. 1957.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren. these programs was the result of years or more in the filing of (OFFICIAL SEAL)
into shown above. Wigginsis the New'River section.
Resulting mixture then pours bags, as the favorable eports and payment of taxes under R. A. Gray Secretary of State
Purebred CattleOne at lever which controls flow of feed materials. Dave Devore of Atlanta brought Twenty-four years ago Mrs. publicity through, he provisions of Section 608.33, It 111NOW'
his mother your newspaper
Mrs. D. W. Devore, Johns planted two bushes, one on
Right: Biggest bull in the county is 'Red," purebred Santa Ger- to the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. each side of the walk. A ."sala May we use this means to express .
of the largest raisers fs: trudas sIze on the Wiggins ranch. The animal is six years old and R. Devore recently for an extended -\ mander" girdled one and killedit to you our sincere apprecia-
cattle in Bradford County tion for
and Wiggins estimates his weight at 1,800 pounds. visit. but the other thrived and became your fine cooperation, in
Floyd Wiggins, who owns these and all
Mrs. Wendell Rhoden of Ocala I the enormous plant shown other efforts of our

New operates River a 1600.acre station section.ranch in the attachment for blending molasses "His calves weigh 75 Ibs. more was the weekend guest of Mr. above. Mrs. Johns says she has Soil Consorvatiqa-District. JO4BALLOINTBRING5

with the feed. when 30 days old than those from and Mrs. Henry Wainwright and given it no fertilizer or specialcare We would like for the people to 8

A former turpentine cattle operator raisIng Mr. Wiggins is a strong beilieVer any other bull on my place," the Clyde. other than raking the droP. know that the newspaper had a
turned to
Wiggins in his herd of owner claims. The H. C. Kellys visited Mr. ped blossom around the base, great interest in this program. yOU -
not long ago, when gum farm. up-grading I I Therefore
fine Floyd's winter program is to and Mrs. P. L. Seaver in Jacksonville and watering it frequently. we would like for you
ing in the New River section be grade beef cows. He has a to print this letter in
came unprofitable.He bunch of purebred herd sires, in- raise plenty of supplemental Tuesday afternoon. The bush is covered with thou- issue. your next

has a modern rl t-up, includIng cluding two Santa Gertrudas, grazing, rye for the most part, Donald Carter left for Seattle, sands of buds and blossoms, and Sincerely C that writes smoothly/ easily/ without smearing I
a fine big feed and machinerybarn three Whiteface Herefords, twc and then, about January, he expects Wash. Saturday after spending! Irs."Johns, is generous in giving Foster Shi ;yours
which, among other things, Brahmans, and one Black Angus. to turn his cows loose in the :a 20-day leave with his parents, them to her friends. Smith Chairman KING-SIZE CARTRIDGE WITH 4'/2-AULE WRITING CAPACITYi
His favorite is the oldest fields, and feed his Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carter. Bradford 3oi' i
houses an electrically operated rye creep Conservation District New "CST"Controlled FLOATING BALLconstruction
machine for mixing, as well as annWW.W9999Y"YY99YYYY9..I I Santa Gertrudas bull. calves. The Allan Harts and Mrs Surface for
Nancy Keene visited Mr. and Tension Ink. smoother writing,
S I,Jacksonville spent Saturday with :Sunday dinner guests of the Mrs. Eulie Parmenter near Starkeon Dear Mr. Matthews: No smear-no skip less wear.INSTANT.
her brother R. L. Bradley and ,Johnny Bennett family at the Sunday. Florida weekly newspapers are I -no stalL Drie in
J State Farm. Fred Pendarvis celebrated improving. For proof, considerthe an instant. STARTING.
George and Howell William of Writes the moment
LAVTEYJ Mr. and ira T. E. Gasque of his 15th birthday at this Hampton spent Saturday with entries in the 1956 FPA con- KINGSIZECartridge point touches paper.
visited L. C. teats. :I was glad to lasts
Gasque the' 5OWm OUR STRENGTHS see so many
Ed Durban
dy Sirs. Joyce T. Futch time.Mr. family. for months of
newspapers take and 0
on Sunday. and Mrs. Sinclair Griffis I Marklee Raulerson of Branfordcame part wantto normal use. Your rhoicc of Mediuia
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMisses Mrs. C. E. Strickland of and family were Tuesday dinner. Saturday for an extended Soil Conservation compliment you for the recognition or Extra-FiM IIM
G Gainesville was the Friday overnight guests of the D. J. Luke you received.
Judy and Patty Whitehead familyin visit with his parents, Mr. and N-E-W-S Solvent washes from
guest of her sister, Miss i Starke. Mrs. Ernest Raulerson.Mr. newspapers, of course fabrics in soap STANDARD
were weekend guests of Mr. By BID Haas are a necessity.
They should
Elizabeth: Terry. FOUNTAIN HELP WANTEDAT and Mrs. Marcus Griffisof or detergent.. MODEL $250
and Mrs. Parker McKinney in Soil Conservation Service solvent editorially, as well as financially. .
Miss Mary Julia Futch returned GREEN'SMrs. Lake Wales were recent
Jacksonville. Hence, it ia
to Tallahassee on Thursday Georgia Ann Sapp had L visitors of the Harry Wilkerson Soil Scientist George Brown of to encouraging
Lawrence Manning of :Manning note the emphasis on community Bradford
after spending the Christmas as guests during the weekend Mr. family. the Soil Conservation Service County Telegraph
service .
Station was a recent visitor at and responsible
holidays with her mother. Mrs.I.and Mrs. Jim Murphy, Bill FOUNTAIN HELP WANTEDAT was discussing winter journalism
the home of Mrs. Effie Boat- I pastures ,
right and family. Joyce Futch. Burney, and Mr. and Mrs. Everett GREEN'SMr. with V. R. Ferguson the other If you had visited Syria Phone 29 Starke, Fla.
Rev. and Mrs. G. E. Cutshawof Burney, all of Jacksonville. and Mrs. James Griffis when Mr. .
remarked Jordan
Mrs. H. J. Cox of Jacksonville Ferguson and Egypt as I did earl
Gainesville, Tenn. and Heil- Mrs. Troy Bennett was Mr. and Mrs. Harrison that if he hadn't
theM put some
spent Friday with her parents, 'toronn attended services at the I Wednesday luncheon guest of osley in Clay Hill on Sunday.Mr. : nitrogren on his oats he would = -
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins.Mr. First Church and Mrs. - -- a -- -
Baptist on Sunday son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Douglas Jones have lost all his winter pasture. 0
: and Mrs. Fred :Moore had Rev. Cutahaw was the guest Mrs. Glenn Williamson, in Jack and daughters visited Mr. and

as Saturday guests :Mr. and Mrs. speaker.The sonville. Mra. C. E. Jones in Fort Lauderdale ,
C. Y. Mayo, Rev. E. D. Boyer, J. C. Prevatt family of :Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smart and last week. I was discussing an irrigation' MODERNIZE YOUR OFFICE EQUIPMENT

Bruce Royal, Mrs. Max Sparksand Ocala were New Year guests of family of Jacksonville were week- Recent guests at the home of pond with J. J. :Moody when we

daughter, of Tampa, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prevatt. end guests of his mother, Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. E. W. Wilkerson<<; looked off across the woods and

Mrs. Herbert Buck of Daytona, Miss Arthurine Blanchard of Mattie Henderson. I were Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lay saw smoke just pouring up froma %

Mrs.: Eddie Griffin of St. Peters Jacksonville spent the weekend James Starling, son of Mr. and ield and children, and Mr. and. field. He remarked that it You spend most of your waking hours in your

burg Miss Rachel Boyer, Mr. and with the A. M. Blanchard family. Mrs. Josie Starling, reported to Mrs. Jack Simmons and son of surely is a waste of the land to

Mrs. David Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Among those attending Homecoming the induction center in Jackson Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Mar burn off all the cover. He wenton. ; 1' office. Why not have it as pleasant and attractive -

Paul Moore and familyMr. at North Side Baptist ville on Monday in answer to shall Mott and sons, and Mr. and to say, "I can see a lot of ___ as your home. You will be surprised at the I
and :Mrs. William Royster, Church were the Paul Bennett his call to the Army. Mrs. J. R. Mott and children of difference when I turn under a

Mrs. Will Edwards, Mr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Misses' Jean and MargueriteHiatt Brooker. good cover crop." We got backto .# 0 increased efficiency that new equipment will
.:Mrs. Rex Mixon ofJacksonville,, Pearce, Mrs. Troy Bennett and were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban and talking about ponds. The Soil .

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moore Ed Gary, Mr. and Mrs. O. J, Anders, Mr. and Mrs. William W. Ben.son' sons were Sunday guests of Mr. Conservation Service has techni- ,.. bring to your office. j .
wardS and W. H. Edwards Jr.,, the O. J. Phillips family, Mr. and in Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. Mac McQuinn and cal information! on planning, design ;;#
Mrs. Carl Prevatt, J. B. Teston, and Mrs. Henry Davis of family in Lake Butler. and layout of irrigation and
.of Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. S. D.
Andrews and daught of Wildwood .:/Mrs. A. H. Harley Sr., Mr. and Savannah, Ga. brought Perry Mr. and Mrs. George Wall returned slock water ponds, available. It .
Mrs B. E. Reddish, Mrs. Francis Davis to his home on Saturday to their home in Bluff:I is the object of the Service to
and :Mr. and Mrs. Drew I
Reddish of Starke. Hefferon, Mrs. Mary Reddish, after he had spent several days CIty! Tenn. last Monday after ai i I give "all the technical help it cant EXECUTIVE DESKSSTENOGRAPHER'S I II

Mrs. George Shuford, Mrs. Joyce' \\ith them. two weeks visit with Mr. and:: farmers, when requested, so
Sam Hicks left Monday to visit Futch and Ralph. Sunday guests of the Ed Carter Mra. George Estes. :J: that they can make the best use I DESKS '

his ?sisters, Mra Leila Bradleyand Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Stone had family were Mr and Mrs. Arnold Hermie Kelly carried his sons, I I j of water that is so necessary in

Mrs. Mamie Harrell, in as weekend guests Mrs. Isabelle' Valenti of Jacksonville, and Bob David and Wendell, back to I the production of crops. EXECUTIVE CHAIRS -

Johnson City, Tenn., and Mrs. Cherico, Mrs. A. E. Phelps Sr., Carter, of Middleburg. Southern College, Lakeland, last

Myrtle Sparks, in Ervin, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson of We are sorry to report that Thursday.Mr. .
Felix Sapp used the District's POSTURE CHAIRS
Mrs. Nellie Mae Dryden of Jacksonville, Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Mrs. Willie Griffis was carried and Mrs. N. C. Mott, and
rotocycle mower to cut down. the .
Phelps and family, of Fort Walton to St. Vincent's Hospital on Sun Mrs. E. W. Wilkerson and children .
cover crop in his fields before he
Beach, and Mr. and Mrs. day. We wish for her a speedy spent Sunday afternoon with I
Arthur Phelps and family of recovery.Mr. Mrs. Cleveland Mott in Lake I I started turning the ground. : Lowest Prices on Steel Filing Cabinets

Washington, D. C. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts Butler Hospital.Mr. _
Deepest sympathy is extended to:'had as guests on Saturday Mrs. and Mrs. R. F. Estes of Some of the benefits to be received -

: the relatives of the late J. II. I Rudolph Thede of Jacksonville, Church Hill, Tenn. are spending from the Lake Region Re- 4 Drawer 4 Prawer

(Uncle Jim) Moore. and her house guests, Mr. and several weeks with their son and charge and Watershed Project _

Friends of the D. R. Stones Mrs. George Brown Moore, who daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. are: Prevention of agricultureand Letter Size Legal Size

will regret to learn that their:. are visiting her from Germany, George Estes. residential flood damage,

young daughter, Marjorie, is confined and Mr. and Mra Jimmy Moore Mrs. Floy Bennett spent last reservoirs for surplus rain, increased ,

; to Bradford County Hospital of Starke. Tuesday in Lake Butler with her property values, helps $46.50 0 $54.95

with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Parrish father, Shad Thompson, and Mrs.I maintain local water levels, improves
Recent visitora at the D. B. and family of Lake Butler visited Thompson.Mr. fire protection for woodlands 0
i Plus Tax
Thomas home were Mrs. Sallie the Aaron Sumner family V>n Sun- and Mrs. H. T. Markham and cities, improves productivity Plus Tax _

Green, and the Milton Clarke day.Mr. and family of Gainesville were: of the land, increases I

family of Hacclenny. I and Mrs. Robert Carlton Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. water to supply irrigation in-

The J. B. Kirkland family of and son of Jacksonville spent and Mrs. Edwin Starling. dust rail, and city wells in the .
Starke were Saturday dinner Sunday with the Frank Cruce northeast section of Florida, and

CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON"I guests of the Arvis Kirklands. family. PROLONGED DROUTH stabilize the recharge potentialof I Full Size Smith Corona _

Lamar Futch, who has beena Mrs. Dewey Price returned to STIMULATES INTEREST the entire Lake Region area:,
understand that your patient in Hope Haven Hospital her home in Plant City last week IRRIGATION thus, assuring an adequate water I _

agency has a new 'Family for seme time, ia at home after spending several days with supply for ten northeast Florida

Automobile Policy' that has with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. her brother-in-law and sister,t l The Florida drouth that has; counties.. Pacemaker Typewriter
... .
broader coverage for the insured Guy Futch. He re-entered school I Mr. ,and Mrs. Steve Starling Jr, persisted for the past three years :

and spouse and rela last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Winton Parrish I has forced dozens of farmers and USE POISON BAIT AND DONT .J'Wl "w

tives in the insured's house Miss Carolyn Norman spent the end family were Sunday dinner ranchers into a "survival" invest LET MICE FEED ON WATERMELON _

hold. Is this policy consideredthe weekend with Miss Dorothy Barber guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred ment. The big money outlay has SEEDWatermelon Only $169.67 I: btf.ct for;=

in Georgia.The Lang of Clay Hill. Mr. and Mrs. been for irrigating thousands of '
best protection today for: seeds and other Qc.woc_ _
Steve Starlinga recently: Junior Wilkinson of Maxville acres of productive but dried out
an auto owner, his wife and I moved into their beautiful new visited the Winton Parrishes Sunday land. Never before in history has vegetable seeds to be sown in x Plus Tax
family?" home on the old Lawtey-Starke Florida in January are favorite
evening. there been as much interest in irrigation Terms Arranged 0
snacks for field mice and rats.
highway. Misa Juanita Fanning returned I in Florida.
Charley E Johns Mrs. Louie BeUe Wainwrightand t to the home of her Uncle and: Tom Skinner, agricultural engi Marauding mice can ruin a newly
daughter and Louis Frigoof Aunt last week after spendingthe neer with the Florida Agricultural planted field and necessitate re

Jacksonville were Sunday; Christmas holidays with her Extension Service, reports that planting expensive seed.

I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Gleatonin there are 821,282 acres in this V. L. Johnson, rodent control I _______

& Son Agency Hilliard. Holly Hill. rtate under some form of irriga specialist with the Florida Agricultural Remington Rand "Topflight" __
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith of t Mr. and Mrs.: E. D. Higgin- tion. This represents a total of Extension Service, saysa

Phone 13 Jacksonville visited the LuelleTanners ,botham and family of :Maxville 16,384 watering systems. truck gardener does not have to
Starke Fk. _
Sunday afternoon.The were Sunday dinner guests of i. One-third of the land in put up with rodent trouble. ZincphOEt A JJ*_ .-.. HJf_ _L*__ tt)11a'nA I

Bill Pendarvis family were,.I the James Watera family. Florida watered artificially >hide bait properly used II Aiming maiuiiies 11 O. 0 I
Miss Dianna Sapp was the Friday 273,000 acresIs planted to will kill off the mice and rat pop-- -

overnight guest of her uncle tomatoes peppers, potatoes and ulation. AND UP

and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy other vegetables. Close on the By using bright-colored baits,

.Higginbotham, in Maxville. heels of truck farmers in amount the grower may be helping to reduce -
i Mrs. A. H. Harley spent the of land irrigated are the citrus his bird allies. Zinc phos- Terms To Suit Your Convenience

HUNDREDSof .'weekend with her son, S. C. and grove operators with 242,355.., phide, on the other hand coats
family at Heilbronn Springs. acres. the bait a dark grey which the .
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McKinney I i Shriveled pastures, cutting rodents accept but the birds will

details are managed and economic of Graham were recent guesta down on milk and beef production ignore. The poison oxidizes when

I4 ally attended that only a trained. and of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klein have given dairymen and exposed to moist air, making It

careful organization can attend when and Miss Lynn PerinL ranchers incentive to irrigate pretty harmless after a few days. %WE RENT Typewriters and Adding Machnes

the urgent need for serving is at Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Crews and 210,270 acres. Bait should be put out a coupleof

hand. daughter left Sunday night for A total of 9.671 acres of tobacco weeks pefore planting to make

their home in Texas after a visit mostly bright leaf, are also sure that young rats and mice .

ji with Mrs. Crews' mother, Mrs. irrigated. Skinner says the profits that survived the first baitingare

DeJTT Bill Green. from this high-value crop have killed. Place the bait around I Let Us Know Your Office Equipment needs I II
C. JONES are glad to have Mrs. Frances been increased by irrigation by the borders of the field every 15

_ Phone, 7 Starke, FUu Hamilton back in school after -! as much as $300) to $400 per acre. to 20 feet and'around debris or I
a recent illness. Also to have: Five major types of wateringare uprooted stumps within the'field. It we don't have it in ockwelgeff!

Funeral Director Ambulance Serrict Mrs. Libby Eubanks back in being used: sprinkler, perforated Since it requires only a few I

Our local funeral home taiblea BJ to offer oonTenieaeei aM her school band.again after the. illness of pipe, underground tile, furrow poisoned kernels to kill a rodent,
and overhead skinner. Almost it is useless to overbait. And iff
ervieea not I otherwUt available. The H. R. ,Barretts' and Mr. 40 percent of irrigationS'StemS expensive and wasteful.

.._p_ I-I- I r-rI-J-p- rrrg-j-- ,-jjjjj-I .. and Mrs. Bryant Wilkerson of use perforated pipe with Bradford County Telegraph
the State Farm were weekend furrow, sprinkler, overhead and CHRISTIAN CHTJECHB 1I
W. rurniia the hignut type tervle at lowest
price and guests of Mr. and :Mrs. D. G.
tile trailing in that order. Beep .,J. :E. Sherwood Putor
accept AMT life-Insurance policy in force hued Wilkerson. '
by ANT .
wells the main Bible School' 9:45 a. Morning
I' are source of water m. 0
company U payment in part or in full on_ a funeral.Oouvltfttioa ,aII. and Mrs. Willard Evansof for irrigating, but farm.pond Worship '11 a. m. Youth' II PHONE 29 STARKE, FLORIDA

earrlM no obIfpt1aa. Orlando were recent guests' are cropping up more frequentlyon Church, 6:30 p, m. All young .. I I-, I
of Mr. and Mrs: ":
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haven't already, you should iYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY' NOTICE TO APPEAR name and file the original la the officeof weeks In the Bradford County Tele
I. Clrcmlt Cemrt. Bratferi Ceuty.FUrUai has been filed against yon la the the Clerk of the Circuit Court on graph. '
have some business in town. !. Ckaaeery. above named Court and cause and or before the 2S day of January Dated this 21 day of December,
.Demands<< Changing CLAY HILL Phyllis Hansen. Plaintiff, vs. ElmerJ. yon are required to serve a copy of 1957; otherwise the allegations of 1956. s
Hansen; Defendant. your Answer or pleading to the ,said Complaint will be taken as (Official Seal) Charles A. 'Darby
Homemade lard is practicallya S Case No. 10-1951 complaint on the Plaintiffs confessed by you. Clerk of the Circuit Court
thing of the past. Pork chops Native T. AppearsTo Attorney Lloyd Bass, 302 Clark I This notice shall be published By Marian L. Crosby Deputy ClerkS _
Elmer J. whose residence Building, Jacksonville 2, Florida,
: Hansen. once each week for four consecutive !/% 4t 1/1
stay in the show case when thereis bj Mrs. J. L. Strickla.o4AAAAAAAAAA&AAAAA&AA&AA.. Is Pound Ridge. NeW York, and file the original in tbe officeof
too much fat. People like pork and whose address Is: R. F. D. 2, the Clerk of the Circuit Coun o> __
Pound Ridge, New York. or before the ..
and want pork but they want You are hereby notified that a I. 28th day of January. 1957;
ic ore lean meat than was de- suit for divorce, custody and con- otherwise the allegations of Bald Men's C1pthing IjlIEstabIibed
We are glad ,to hear that Mrs. trol of minor children Complaint will be taken as con- n ALVAREZSI Oat 189-i 1
named a few years ago. has been filed against yon in the 'fessed by you.
If you are ready to change a Jim Godwin is in much better above named Court and cause and : This notice shall be published
:vou are required to serve a copy of once each week for four consecutive
part of your breeding stock you health, and hope she continues your answer or pleading to the complaint weeks In the Bradford County Tele- .
will want to look about for a on the Plaintiffs Attorney graph. S ., -- iiI-, ,,!_ iiiiI ] ,
improving right along. _
Ceo. T. Hoggins T. Frank Landrum, Starke, Florida Dated this 21 day of December
By meat-type animal. Especially is it We and file the original in the office. of 1956.
missed Rev. Herbert
County Agent necessary that you think about a Higdon the Clerk of the Circuit Court onor (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby -----.-
before the
meat-type breed of male for from prayer meeting last Thurs- 21st day of January. 1957 Clerk of the Circuit Court.
day, and understand he was otherwise the allegations of said Ey Karlan .L. Crosby Deputy Clerk
breeding. 12/28 4t 1/18
Wsrfarln-Ize Your Bam there Complaint will be taken as confess I II
land put in the soil I There are several farms gett- home sick with flu. ed by you.
(me of the most helpful pro- and This notice shall be published '
duds we talk about is Warfarin. bank must be separated after ing a start Went to see our sister Flor- once each week for four consecutive NOTICE TO APPEAR
Tamworth breeds. Each is meat- weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph IB Circuit Coart Bradford Conaty.:
This rat and mouse killing product you sign a contract so that no ence Hornsby in Starke last Florida I*Chaacery.
is.perhaps the most successful grazing or harvest will be made. type breed. We hope to have a. Thursday. At that time she was. Dated this 12th day of December, Alice Bernard. Plaintiff vs. William -
picture and story soon of a. I 1956. F. Bernard, Defendant.
product of its kind ever You can plant pasture or cover breed ownedby very ill with an attack of flu. OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby Case No. 101966N.tlee
manufactured.Rats crop on such land and can request special meat-type We hope she is well by this time. Clerk of the Circuit Court To AppearTo
S. G. Crews who has a farmin By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk : "Willian. F. Bernara. whose
cost you money. Resultsof conservation payment for, the : section of our : Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lang 12/21 4t 1/11 : residence and address Is: Bassett.
practices approved by your ASC have returned from Tampa and Virginia.
one study show that the an- County Mr. Crews has the York- You are hereby notified that a suit
nual room and board cost for ahalf' Committee.In I report their son D. B., greatly for divorce, care. custody and con-
shire breed and they are mighty NOTICE
I trol of minor children
dozen rats is about equal to I case you don't remember. pretty. improved from his attack of Notice is hereby given that on has been filed against you in the
uhai: for a ton of commercial your ASC Committee who will pneumonia and kidney infection.He the 14th day of January, 1957, at above named Court and cause and
you pay More Organic-Less Water 12:00: noon, the undersigned Sheriff required to serve a of
and was still in the hospital but you copy
all these requests
ton of mighty ef Bradford ,
feed or a approve County FIQrida. will your answer or pleading to the
practices is N. J. Davis, Rufus R. L. Batten who farms out hoped to be back home in a few sell for cash, to the highest and oomplalnt on the Plaintiffs Attorney
goo< fertilizer. ( the Road stoppedby best bidder the following described Clark
and Felix on Keystone days. The stitches have been removed Lloyd Bass 302 Building
Alvarez Sapp.
look at it the motor vehicle: Jacksonville 2. Florida.
.A4y way you We have not received application for a little visit last Sunday r from Sandra's head and 1939 Chevrolet. Motor No. 2683617 --
cost of rats is high when your afternoon. Mr. Batten doesn't expect Color Black 1954 Florida LicenseNo. I
forms yet but do expect she is doing fine. I suppose all 11-8588 ,
feed is eaten, contaminated
but about two more
them about Jan. 15. to remember Sandra is the granddaughter said sale to be conducted Immedi- ICONFIDENTIAL
destined. We can just about crops and then he is going to of the and also ately West of the Bradford CountyJail I RCA Vktor Acidr.Budg61 priced TV
results if Plans for 1957 ImportantMost and will beheld in accordancewith r- -
guar jitee you good I have all his land in grass so he I I wife Mnsctional new Hiving Imagt"
ask business firms I imagine, .. the Stricklands. Chapter 56%. Florida Statutesof
home our ofice and '
you by can sit bacK ana waicn me cows; 1955. S' pidw M 261 sq. fa. of viewable
Gertie Faircloth Irene
our rat-killing program. operate according to plans thathave Padgett, This the 27th day of December, COURTEOUS S
about\ and !
graze grow. i area. Wgh-Sharp-and-Eojy" tuning
been made. Too many and Nellie Wilkinson went to 1956.P.
About a month ago a good One of the most interesting D. Reddish, conhrob located high on the side of fee
farmer came in and remarkedthat times, I'm afraid, we make our his Jacksonville last Friday to receive Sheriff of Bradford County, Florida
portion of our talking was .> cabinet let tune standing up ; : ;
a day-to-day basis. treatments from their doc- 1/4/57 2t 1/11/57 PROMPT ( yott
the rats were taking over plans on he
\ discussion of what good corn gives you needle-sharp tuning accuracy.
his barn. He put out warfarin That may be the way they work with tors.The -
this season
made past Highland Church has cho- NOTICE TO APPEAR Balanced fidelity Sound. Three rich
and reported the other day that out mostly but still it might be little rain and so little work. Told ,. Circuit Court Bradford Coaaty, finishes finish or limed
ebony maroon
sen Rev. Chism of Georgia for !. ;
several Flerldai Chueerr.
make some
he hadn't seen a rat in over a good to his oats and lupine is
out how good their pastor this year. Sue M. Landreth. Plaintiff vs. CASH 21T7112 oak groined finishes extra._Model
week now. That robber rat dies months ahead. Sorta figure I now with so little work and no Frank B. Landreth, Defendant,
Rev. C. L. Redding of Raiford
headed. Case No. 10-1965
when Warfarin-ize. where you are all this is I
you rain. The answer to I Notice Ta Appear $ .95
was with us last Saturday night 199
SoU Bank NotesIt Some of your plans have turning under a good cover crop To: Frank B. Landreth, whose
and preached a wonderful sermonon
residence and address: Unknown.
has finally been settled that good chance of reapingsome and spreading animal manure on -
'I pretty the Second Coming of Christ.' You are hereby notified that a
the amount of tobacco you can results when you request his land. Everything else works Church.We .I suit fordivorce LOANS
He is pastor of Eden and restoration of former
put in the soil bank is 3 acres, or participation in the Agricultural better when there is good organic invite him back again.
20 of allotment in the soil. Mr. Batten would
your Conservation Program. Plan a
I Saturday 'night, Jan. 12, we
whichever is larger. little on your program and come,I sure have some harsh words for will have one with us who is a FOR DEPENDABLE TV ServiceAll
The is 18 cents per who wait too late to
payment on in and let Mrs. Sapp or Mrs.] you boys stranger to most of you. He has
pound for the average of your Watterson pick out that part for I plow and have to burn every- only been preaching in this part $50 $100

three highest yields over the past participation in this program.I thing of(. cf Florida for about 20 years. Termite 0111101'I I

5 years. If you fail to do it, no one is His name is Rev. Cutshaw! On

You will have until March 15 losing but you. Some of you per- ,yvyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYyYyyyNORTH Saturday night Jan. 19, we will Household ft CommercialPest $300 Work Guaranteed Free Estimates
to contract. However have neglected the letter -
sign your haps have Rev. Patterson from Atlan- ControlS
contracts will be accepted on a you received several days ago SIDEBy tic Boulevard with us again. On Fully Equipped Dependable
"first come" basis. Each County telling you about the 1957 pro Grove Spraying
Jan. 26 Rev. Cutshaw's son-in- MARION
will be given a definite amountof gram. Well all requests for the Mrs. Carl Brown law Rev. McKinsey will be our Call FR. 6-MS5 All Makes and Models
money and when that is all first part of the year are supposed -
messenger. Let's fill the house
will be all to be in Jan. 15. If you I AAAAAAAAAA.AfAAAAAAAAAAARevival FINANCE CO.
spoken for-that by
for each of these services.J. Florida Pest Control
..... will be held
meetings L. Strickland is on the sick
each evening starting Sunday, list and was unable to attend:I & Chemical Co. PHONE FR-6-5333

Jan. 6, through Jan. 12. Rev. E. church last Sunday. Lizzie Pad.. 218 W. University Ave. Radio Seat Covers Upholstering
See BILLY JACKSONFOR 24 N. W. 16th Ave.
C. Harvey pastor will bring the gett daughter of the YouganPadgetts I Phone 239 Starke, Fla.
C Gainesville, Florida Gainesville Fla.
message each night Singing startsat was sick last week and I ,

7:30 and preaching at 8.: had to miss school. -l'
TOP SOIL FILL DIRT DISKING Everyone is cordially invited to --- -- -

ttend these services.Homecoming .

And All Type Tractor Work Sunday with morning Day was services held last at S : !*zt4w

PHONE 165 the usual time and dinner servedat THIS IS THE BIG M FOR 1957 w 'S\
1 o'clock. Singing was enjoyed

W. T. JACKSON TRANSFER I during of the Jacksonville afternoon. Rev.brought Crawford a- '1 '

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brief message. Everyone enjoyedthe t'

Mr.day.and :Mrs. G. L. Sapp and .

WE CONTRACT FOR grandson Lynn, visited Mr, and Styling from dream-cars 4 4g !

Mrs. H. B. Bennett in Jackson-

ALL TYPES OF BUILDING ville .Thursday.Rev. Milton .Dukes and'friends I .

BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL of Charleston SC.., and Rev. ,

REPAIRS REMODELING JALOUSIE PORCHES Elzie Bullard and family of Jack- ,

I sonville attended homecoming
services here last Sunday.

Mrs. Edwards of Gainesville BOLD, IMAGINATIVE UNESHere is the first dream car you can OUTI_

W. L. THIGPEN JR. spent last week with her sister G the first car you can buy with Dream-Car Design. Here's distinctive,

Mrs. :Maude Wainwright. ,-_ distinguished styling shared by no other car
297-J Starke Fla. celebrated her -
Phone Mrs. Lula Crews C
I Route 2, Box 245-D 86th birthday last week. 5- 4- c5.,-

Mrs. Carl Brown and children ,

spent last week in Gracevillewith 1 size from
her brother, Rev. Henry expensive cars

Martin and family. kiL :
Mrs. Maude Wainwright and

A HOUSE 7HATS Mr. and Mrs. G. 1... Sapp visited FAR BIGGER EVEtY IMPORTANT DiMENSION_This year Mercury 5 .' 55W' -- s

their mother, Mrs. Susan Sapp.in has grown bigger in every important dimension. For example, .

1 COTtSHUGTI6HT Gainesville last week. there is more headroom, leg room, shoulder room, hip room. x
Mrs. Patsy Sapp visited Mr.

and Mrs. John Moody at Graham -

: -:: its, WThITE! Mr.last and Tuesday.Mrs. A. J. Bales> and

G 77ME WIL L TREAT 7 son Sunday spent with Saturday Mrs. Maude night Wain-and ; "' action fromsports

You wright. _
Clark Reunion I
IGr : Miss Dora Clark held a family WIDEST RANGE AND CHOICE OF POWER IN MERCURY HISTORY-A 290-hp TURNPIKE CRUISER V-8 engine is optional on all

reunion at her home on Sunday cars models. 'In the Montclair series the standard engine is a 255-hp Safety-Surge V-8 with a Power-Booster Fan that

Jan. 6. Those attending were saves horsepower other cars waste. A 255-hp Safety-Surge V-8 Is standard in the Monterey series. A special M-335

f. Randall Clark of Gainesville Mr. S engine ((335-hp) is available at extra cost in Monterey models equipped with standard transmissions.

S.. 11 and Mrs. Reed Faulkner of Lake
II -
City Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Craw- S S

ford and children of Worthington ,I

Mrs. Ella Lloyd of Olustee ;

DOWN PAYMENT .Carl McCormick of Jacksonville, ;' I.
Mr. and Mrs. Hicks Griffin of

Insulate Ifour Home For As Little As $10.00Mo. Lake City, Mrs. Julia Hawkinsof 1
Welborn, Mrs. A. B. Clark and

Coolfjn Summer, Warm In Winter. Miss Eva Clark, both of Lake :LL :: t i'4 '+ .. ,

Free Estimates City. Everyone enjoyed being to- _ i'' : :' _ _
S gether and attending Homecoming -

at North Side. .

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11, 1957
.YYYYYYYYYYY YYYYY.YY..TYVYYTTTTYTTTTTNEWS seas duty, point unknown. Other Moriah Methodist Church, Rev. kindly send
your name by a By Marts
L. Crosby
OF INTEREST TO COLOREDCITIZENS showers and courtesies have been Stripling,- pastor. Deacon'J: C. student of the school to. the principal Deputy 12/21 4t Clerk 1/11 This each notice week shall for four be eonsecatre publishedence (1956.OFFICIAL SEAL) A.
planned by Mrs. Ollie Mae Cummings Carlwell, reporter. or teacher, bars Jack&m weeks IB th. BRADFORD COUNTY CJerlt of 'Charles Court.Darby
and others for the tELEORABB. By Merfsn L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
wed. Bethlehem Freewill Baptist they will know low *. Circuit C.wrt. Bradford C..aty. Dated this 13th day ef December, 12/21 4t 11
Church, Rev. L. McKay, pastor many to prepare for.'Free' Florida la Caaaccry.
By Ozora J. Shell Sport HighlightsRJE held regular service all day Sunday transportation will be furnishedby Mary ham Baggett F. Baggett., Defendant.Plaintiff vs. Wit I

..AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPolio Tigers and Tigerettes have. starting with Sunday School the patrons with cars. The Case' No. 18-1802 Thafs Our Business
not given up hopes for the cham- Supt. S. W. Newman in charge.A motorcade will leave the schoolat Notice T. AppearsTo .5S
Drive them make the first steps toward I : William Baggett whose residence We
pionship yet. They plan to takea wonderful testimony meetingvas -7 p.m. We' are urging all and address Is: Unknown. If It's Glass Hare It!
The 1957 March of Dimes accomplishing this goal. Accord- double header on Friday night patrons i You are WRITE VISIT
held during the morning and friends to attend. hereby notified that a CALL or
started in the schools Monday.Mrs. ing to Commander Kelly, this from W. E. Harris Vocational II Suit for divorce, custody control
Rev. E.
service hour. The t f the L. Walker, President and
name ,
> support of minor children
Leona Matthews Royal has is a great show and will be enjoyed High School ,of Hastings. All I Can Club has been changed to Mrs. S. C. Price, principal, Dorothy has been filed against you in the Joe Peters Glass Co.
been selected as county-wide by all who attend Presi- are asked to out above named Court and cause and
patrons come B.
"I Can Circus." It wUl meet at Jackson, reporter Ton are required.to serve
a copy ot
chairman for the drive. She is dent Marshall released around
a and root' for your
them. Your cheers answer
the 'home of Sister RJ.E. PTAThe pleading to the
very energetic worker and is ex- 100 tickets to members of the will them win. Coaches Butler Gladys $lye mplint on the Plaintiffs Attorney FOR ANY GLASS NEED
help -
pected to lead the drive over the Auxiliary on Sunday. The show on Saturday night 8:00 p.m. On regular meeting of theRJ.E E. K. Perryman Starke, Florida We Design Modern Store Fronts
and Shell have been PTA
drillingthe last Thursday Mrs. Shell show- was held on Wednesday and file the original in the office
top as far as our quota is con- will be staged from a tent on teams this week for the ed us an interesting with the VicePresidentLevy of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Just Mail Us A Pattern for
picture or before
cerned. School cards that containsix the of RJE. the
campus Table Tops
Friday. have had two
game They "Families First" which we enjoyed -, Lennon, presiding. Old 21st day of January. 1S57
dimes have been given all Marriage AnnouncementMr. practice games with A. L. Me- and discussed at our last and new business was discussed.A otherwise the allegations of aU 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville Fla. Phone FR. 24353Now
children. Parents are asked to and,, Mrs. L. Z. Baker of bane High School of Alachua. financial Complaint will be taken as confess
meeting. Attendance for last report was made by ed by
see that the children fill the 707 Florida Street announce the Bennie Thelton Morris former the
to 594. treasurer Deacon Henry Bry
cards and return them to the marriage of their daughter, Anne year prayer meeting was
tiger of RJE, basketball ant
played: Prayer meeting each who reported over $100 in
schools not later than Jan. IS. Mae, to Pvt. Bernard Miller. Wednesday Ju
in the intramural
overseas cage night at the church, led by Deacon treasury. Mrs. L. M.' Royal
According to General Chairman The marriage was solemnized on activity at Chambley. He is a Prince and others. Gladys asked: that the principal give us ice've got it : .

Dinkins these reports must be Wednesday, Jan. 2, in Starke. member of the National Circuit Blye, reporter. a definite amount needed to complete
made by that date. Peanuts are The bride is a senior at RJE Air Base group and 416th also the project of the PTA

being sold by each group. The high school and expects to grad- with 3-0 record and tied for New Bethel Baptist Church, from last year so that they could

date for the Mother's March uate in May. She is a very active first place. The team represented Rev. A. Vinson, pastor regular concentrate on something new The most powerful gasoline

with lights on has not been set and loyal member of the school Chambley at the France District service was held Sunday starting for this year.-E. M. Kennedy,
but will be announced during the and a member of New Bethel Intramural Basketball Tourney with Sunday School at 10:00 a.m. reporter. \

month. Wherever you see a card, Baptist Church. Pvt. Miller is at Chateauroux. Bennie Morris Supt S. Hankerson in charge, ,

can or lung please drop in a stationed at Fort Jackson, S. C. played in three games winningall review by Deacon Chester Shell thejtiost

dime and join the fight against He is 'a graduate of RJE and three and scoring 40 points. cf Hawthorne, and Galilee Bap- THE RIGHT powerful cars can use

Polio. Principals, teachers and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee He is the son of Theodore and L tist Church, his daughter Mrs. POINT for the .

supervisors are joing hands with Miller of Lawtey.A Bernice Morris of this city.-Inez Margorie Shell Johnson was also way you write. Come in and select "

Mrs. Royal to make this cam- miscellaneous bridal showerwas Butler, reporter. visiting. The Baptist sermon your favorite ESTERBROOK ..'Y.: .
paign the greatest in county given for Annie Mae by was delivered by Rev. Tillman, Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH
history. members of the 12th grade last Reno Theater Attractions pastor of Philadelphia Baptist

Silas Green Show Tonight Friday. Mrs. F. S. Pierce, spon- Saturday, Jan. 12, 7:30 p. m. Church, Waldo and McIntosh SUIe Shell''h
The Last of the Mohicans, starring SOTICE I
He is also the of the I I
American Legion Post 314 will sor and counselor, assisted. The v I president Notice ts hereby given that on
sponsor the show in the interest reception was a surprise for the Randolph Scott BennieBarnes PTA at Lincoln High School, the 12:00 14th day of January 1957. at
Henry Wilcoxen, Serial- noon, the undersigned Sheriff r
cf a building program for youth bride and groom. Bernard left Gainesville. He delivered'a pow- of Fradford County Florida will
cf Starke. They would like to shortly after the reception for Congo Bill, Chapter 11. Sunday,: erful sermon on the meaning of ,sell for cash to the highest and with TCP
Jan. 13, 5:30: m. "Doomed best bidder the following described
have a swimming pool by this Jacksonville where he will return Baptism. The candidate was metor vehicle:
summer, if possible. Your at- to camp. He will be trans- Sundown, starring Bob Steele, Mrs. Ozora Shell, who up to this 1942 Puick Coupe. Motor No. 4531-
Serial, Law of the Wild, Chapter 6907 a new grade of gasoline-the Shell
Faded successor to
tendance to this show will help ferred in two weeks for over- time had been a faithful member License Gray 1954 Florida -
7. All of these attractions are 7W-4384
._ _._._._._._,_. of Allen Chapel A. M. E. said sale to be conducted Immediately
--------------- -- -- full of thrills
% -'-' jammed packed Church. Bro. Gary re-joined the West of the Bradford County higher than high test
with action, don't miss them. Jail, and will be held in accordance
Foil church. At 6:00: p.m. BTU was with Chapter 563, Florida Statutes more aromatics-the power ingredients of art.ation .
OIL I Church News conducted by President SarahJenkins. of 1955. fuel

Greater Antioch Baptist Church, At 7:00 p.m. Rev. Yin 1956.This the 27th day of December TCP* unleashes the

Rev. George Lee pastor, held son preached on the subject: "I P. D. Reddish full power of high octane Ilillfl!

For Dependable Keep Full Service Call II IIL. services all day Sunday starting Am Not Disturbed." New members Sheriff of Bradford County' Florida To meet the needs of today's high-compression engines,

with Sunday School at 10 a. m. were fellowshipped into the 1/4/57 2t 1/11/57 and to fill the requirements of the even more powerfulcars

Supt. Arata Williams in charge.At church after the collection by K9TIfE-TO-APPEAR expected for '57, the Shell Oil Company has introduced ,

F. (Monk) DINKINS I 11:45 a. m. a powerful sermon Deacon Royal arid the Educational I.Florida Ctredt I.Cost Bradford C.Mty an entirely new grade of gasoline.
was delivered by the pastor. At Collection for Florida Normal Horace Chaarerr. .ate
Benjamin It's
Mixon Plaintiff, Super Shell with TCP.
FUEL OIL SERVICE I 4 p. m. Bro. Jessie Williams win as College by Mrs. Gloria Graham. n. Addle Lee Mixon. Defendant.
charge of Bible study, at 7:45p. The Holy Communion was ado Notice T, Appear. Case No. 10-1933 Super Shell will enable cars which have been using

Phone 63 Night 91 m. Deacon R. 'C. Fender [ ministered by the pastor and officers To: Addle Lee lIlxon, whose residence premium grade'gasoline to deliver more power than
3S2 Ave. Starke Florida I i9 Hampton South they ever delivered before. S E
Temple Green Cove Springs was in chargeof after which they sang a and whose Carolina, L

$..-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-,-.-.-.-.- _._ _r_'_'_'_ devotions. The evening message hymn and departed for home. South address Carolina,Is: Rt. 1, Hampton The source of this new performance is a "power pack"of +fl 'g
was delivered by Rev. G. G. Joan Jenkins, reporter. Prayer suit You for are dIvorce Daren, Doune that a special aviaL n gasoline ingredients known as arc- GASOLINE: '

r McArthur, Vice Moderator of the meeting each Tuesday night. baa been riled against yon in the matics. Super Shell has a high concentration of these

Association. The invitation was Usher Board Wednesday night, you above are MIne Court and cause and aromatics.

Fontana Village Resortis extended by the pastor, Sister Choir No. Wednesday night. your answer required or pleading to serve to a the copy eompalnt of- In addition, Super Shell contains TCP additive to Te.

OaJ/Oh/ a# different-at Fontana Mable Jenkins Lee, beloved wife Choir No.2-Thursday night, :Alfred' on C.the Scott PJalntlfre! 301 Smith Attorney BUildIng unleash the. power.Tnd""IIr of high octane..SMII' .

l everybody has fun! of the pastor joined our churcha Missionary Meeting 2:30 Fridayat and, file, Jacksonville the t, Florida d..l0pe4 53' ib.U tahl.7mfgw JYaoarca, 1'._ptoll..ddln7.. appllooi Jur.
Fishing is excellent in I ? a candidate for baptism. Swill he the home of Sister Hanker- the clerk of original the Circuit In tile orrica of

_ Fontana Lake and I be baptized on the First son. otherwise before the the 21 day of January Court,on 1951 or: You'll find Super Shell in the new white pump

there's swimming: in a Sunday in February if the weather Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. :Complaint wm betaken allegations aa confess of aald
NrHK luxurious pool in permits. On Sunday January ed by ,ou.
Church, Rev. R. J. Washingtonheld I This
craft making, the Heavenly Fire GospelSingers notice shall be published
season 1ZtJl
once each
week for JOHN A. TORODE
regular communion services tour cong.cn. JOBBER
square. dancing scenic: will sing at the chur cha'.1 !'Live weeks In th* Bradford County
day Sunday. A high day Telegraplt. '
tours tennis, shuffle- 2:00 The is
m. general public
f p. was reported by Sister E. Givens 'I Dated this 13th day of December,
board !
horseback riding 1956. _
invited to come and hear thesegreat
-plenty more to see singers. The church anniversary clerk of the church. Three (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby .i Phone 84 :Madison and Cherry Sts. Starke, Fla.

and do in this sparkling will begin on Monday members have been added to the I Clerk of the Circuit Court

mountain air and fold: Brother Grier, Cicero Leg-
i January 14th and
there's supervised play ueeft and Fannie Bell Morris. We .
through January 21. The following
for children, baby sit are glad to know that the church .,
ters available. Have churches will participate: is marching forward for the new
time of life at Bethlehem Freewill, Rev. L. Mc
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phone for reservations A. Vinson, pastor, Greater Al- Thurston School News

today Free color len Chapel, Rev. R. J. Washington Th P.T.A. of Thurston Elementary : STARKE, FLORIDA 't'

folder. pastor, Mt. Pisgah A.M.E., School is sponsoring a c .j
a: Rev. E. L. Walker, pastor, Ebenezer dinner party on Monday night, .:,

Baptist, Rev. Strong, pastor Jan. 14, 8 p.m. at the home of ', S Statement of Condition ,
(ONTANA VILLAGE Church of God and Unity, Principal S. C. Price 1503 N. E. < ,. :
Elder White, pastor, East NewPort 8th Ave., Gainesville. All patrons ,
DEPT. MS FONTANA VILLAGE. N. C. Baptist, Rev. A. Jenkinspastor. and friends are invited to :: :;. : December 31,1956RESOURCES : .
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HIGHLIGHTS : refreshments were enjoyed' and I stitches taken in his neck, but Mr. and Mrs. Bud Waters and
MAXVILLE also services held. is much better now.
family of Jacksonville visited
We are glad to learn that Mrs. Pauline Harris has been
By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone By Bin. C. B. Nolan with Mrs. Dorothy Waters and
Keystone 4127 Evelyn Harris is improving now suffering from a bone feon on

i that she is her finger which has been quite family Sunday and the Jack
taking treatments
'from a Jacksonville doctor. painfuLWe Waters family also of Jacksonville -
I Mrs. Cannon Honored Winners Singing Convention
with Mrs. Gordon
John North was injured at are glad that Simecn :Phillips were her guests last Sat-
Methodist I Mrs' Eugene Whittle enter- Adams and Mrs. J. D. Henderson Beginning at 2 p.m. Sunday
Church Presbyterian Church work in Jacksonville a couple of has returned from the hos.- urday.
tained at her home on Peach St. second. The next meetingwill afternoon. Jan. 13, a singing

Sunday-Church School all i Friday-Adult Choir practice, Monday evening with a combination be Jan. 17, at the Woman's convention will be held in the .. =.

t 8 m.Sunday. stork-shower bridge-party Club,' starting promptly at 7:30 Maxville Congregational Holiness -
ages 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship p. I
honoring Mrs. Bill Cannon. The p.m. Church. Rev. Barney Crews:
11 a.m. Recreation Time School, 9:45 a. m.
hostess had provided a bassin- P.T.A. To Meet will be in charge of it. On Sun- .
;( MYF 5:45 p.m. Dine-A- Quarterly Communion service, IMPORTANT NOTICETO
ette which the guests heaped Parents are urged not to for- day night Rev. and Mrs _W. }'I.
Mite for MYF 6:15 p.m. MYF "Christ Is The Answer 11 a. m.
I with gifts for the guest of hon- get the meeting of the P.T.A. Hayes of Glen St. Mary will
worship period 6:45 p.m. Eve Youth Fellowships, 6 p. m.
Mrs. Cannon received Tuesday night, Jan. 15. Since start a revival. The public is
or. many
ning service 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship, "Love's Double TAX PAYERS AND PROPERTY OWNERS%
useful and beautiful gifts for the first of the month fell on cordially invited attend.
Wednesday-Bible Study and Duty, 7:30 p. m.
the anticipated "third little Can- Tuesday it seems that the third Mrs. G. M. Beach of Hastingsand
Prayer Service 7:30 Wednesday Meeting,
p.m. Prayer refreshments Tuesday (regular meeting date)
non. Following Mrs. W. A. Cannon of Pa-

Thursilay, 6:30-Youth p.m. Chancel Choir Choir rehearsal 7:30 p. m.ThursdayJunior. Choir everyone enjoyed 'an evening of rolled around mighty soon this latka spent New Year's Day ,with According to Sec. 7, Article 10, of the Fla. Constitution

practice bridge. Guests included Mrs. month. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and

rehearsal 7:30 p.m. 3:30. p. m. Fred Mulling, Mrs. Carl Fend- Entertain Church Circle family. t Every person-who has been receiving homestead exemption and
All are invited to attend the
c services of our ctfurch.; A rick, Mrs. Everett Fox, Mrs. Mrs E. J Fallin and Mrs. Mrs. W. A. Cannon of.Palatka those expecting to receive it for the first time, should, withoutfail

At The Tabernacle Gay Livingston, Mrs. Bill Bolton, George Alderman were host- spent from Thursday through
friendly church for friendly peo-
1 ple. Mrs. Dick Hackman, Mrs. Clin- esses on Monday afternoon, Jan. Sunday with her son-in-law and sign the application on or before April 1st of each year

Highlighting the week's serv- ton Denny Mrs. Frank Ugen, 7, to the Day Circle of the daughter Mr. and Mrs. C. B. with the Tax Assessor.

ices at the Fundamental Gospel Mrs. Bill Siprelle, Mrs. E. C. Women's Missionary Union of Nolan and sons. -
St. Mark's Episcopal Weichel Jr., Mrs. C. J. Bastedo,
the First
Tabernacle was the meeting Baptist Church. The The Maxville Home Demon-
Rev. Raymond G MacBlaln Mrs. George Schaeffer, Mrs. Bill Listed be low the classes of
Tuesday night with Rev. Albert meeting was at the home of Mrs. stration Club will meet Tuesday, are property for which the Taxpayer
Mrs. Dick Sunderland
Morgan, ,
Services at St. Mark's Episcopal Martin of Columbia Bible Col- Fallin on Lake .Geneva. Four- Jan. 15, at 10 ajn. in the Max- SHOULD file his return:
Mrs. Henry Hall, Mrs. Orren
Church will be as follows: lege, Columbia, S. C. His mes- teen ladies were present. Mrs.I. yule Civic Club. The demonstration .
Brannen Mrs Charles Smith
dealt with "Sardis" Chris- B. Tyre opened the meeting will be on annual flower
Sunday: 9:45 a.m. Church sage
and of Mrs. Can-
tians-those who are seeminglyalive guest honor with prayer, and Mrs. John J. plants. All
School and Adult Class; 11 ajn. non. )members are urgedto REAL ESTATE .
r Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 but lack spiritual fervor. Airs. Danis! Is Hostess I Camp was in charge of the attend and the public is cordi- ,

p.m. Y. P. S. L. Sunday services were conducted program. Business was con- ally invited. Your Land Plus IMPOVEMENTS
Monday morning, St. William'sAltar '.
ducted by Mrs. Fred Ellis, Circle -
Wednesday: 7:3s: p.m. Litany by the sponsor. A Biblereading -i The Maxville Civic Club met
Society met at the homeof
Chairman. The hostesses
and Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir campaign is being launched Friday night, Jan. 4, at the Cwie
their President Mrs. A. L. served delicious refreshments to
Practice. end reports will be made each Club. It was learned at the
Danis in Melrose. Mrs. Bill
Holy Communion: 1st Sunday Tuesday night on the number of had their guests. meeting that our playgroundwill PERSONAL -PROPERTYStocks
the material
Siprelle brought -
11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday 7:30 a. m. chapters studied during the week. for the new Altar Cloths JUg REA Meeting be built now just as soon as

awaits everyone which met with everyone's ap- Next Thursday, the annual the deed to the property is ac- of Merchandise,

Lutheran Services meeting of the Clay Electric quired, which we hope will be
Plans made fora
7 proval. were
will be held in Keystone Heightson very soon. A planning committee ,
in the Hall,
linen-cutting party
C. L Overturf Jr.. Minister
Sunday -- Bible Study 10 a. m. Regular services will be held Jan. 15. Arrangements for the the ground of the plant This was appointed and we planto Machinery, Livestock, Boats & Motors,
Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock, at Coke Concession at the annual I I is always a big day for Keystone put on a minstrel in the very
Morning Worship 11 a. m. Evening Tractors Farm
7:30 the home of Mr. and Mrs. George R. E. A. meeting were completed. Heights and the surroundingarea. near future. Equipment,
Worship m.
Wednesday Bible p. Study 7:30 Kaufmann, 717 West Cypress St The hostess served her Registration for door Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nolan and Household Goods and Personal Effects (1st $1,000 valuation

t. The Rev. A. F. Gerbhardt pas guests coffee and nut cake. prizes will begin around 10 a.m. family and Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
J.m. tor of the First Lutheran Churchof There will be a free lunch for Nolan exempt).
Radio "Old Paths" Members in attendance were and sons celebrated New
program. Gainesville, will conduct the all and entertainment featuringsome Year's Eve in Jacksonville.We .
each Sunday 9 a. In. Station Mrs. Everett Fox, Mrs. Herbert

WDVH. services.All Nelson, Mrs. Emery Cooper, of Toby Dowdy's gang. are sorry to hear that Mrs.
without a home The Catholic Club met in the INTANGIBLE PERSONAL PROPERTYThis
persons Mrs. Marguerite Ryan, Mrs. Bill i Edna Greene is still ill at her

CIIURCII OF CHRIST church are invited to attend. Morgan, Mrs. George LeBlanc, hall last Wednesday to make home here and wish her a speedy

635 MacMahan St Mrs._ George Schaeffer Mrs. Bill plans for a Valentine's Day recovery. includes: Bank Deposits, Cashier's and Certified checks

C. L. Oerturf Jr., Minister IIASIPTOXCHRISTIAN Siprelle, and Mrs. Mary Carew. aance to be held in the Skytel. Mrs. ,

Sunday Bible Study 10 a.m. CHURCH Duplicate Bridge Club Admission will be $1 each. Refreshments or Hampton Eloise spent S'ade: Friday and, family with bills of exchange. drafts and money placed with savings, building .

Morning Worship) 11 a.ra.: Evening 7:30p. At the regular meeting of the will be on sale, and .
Christian Endeavor Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Greene and and loan associations.All .
Worship 6:30: p.m. m. Bible Study, Wednesday, Duplicate Bridge Club, Thurs- I valuable door prizes will be Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lucas.

Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 Morning Wor- day, Jan. 3, winners were: Mrs. given away. The date will be
r:30 p. m. Sunday stocks shares of
Mrs. Wf J. Greek and family or incorporated or unincorporated companies -
Feb. 16. Tick-
p.m. ship, 11 a m. Evening Worship, W. D. Klinepeter and Mrs. Al- Saturday night,
i I and Mrs. Helen Osborne
7:30 p. m. Bible School 10 a. m. len Graham who won first placefor ets may be purchased from any family of Jacksonville visited and all bonds except bonds of the United States Government
SEVEN'UI DAY '; member of the club. .
North and South, with Mrs.
i ADVENTIST CHURCH BETHEL Ann Bissell and Mrs. Anna Mrs. Pat Fraher and Mrs. Sunday with their sister, Mrs. and its agencies and all notes accounts and bills receivable, mortgages

Services each Sabbath In the BAPTIST CHURCH James in second place. Mr. and Ruth Mitchell attended a pro- Dorothy Uncle Pete Waters and family. on real and personal property situated outside of Florida
Griffis seems to be ,
N. Brown across from
home of S.
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach :Mrs. Fremont Tolles held first fessional hairdressers meetingin
Church of resting much better than he was. annuities
Bethel Baptist etc.
ing services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. place for the East and West Orlando last Sunday. ,
Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m. Mrs. Ella McGeown, a nurse
service 7:30 m.- Rev.R. .
Song p. !
Bible Study each Wednesday AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtiAAAAAAHome from Jacksonville has been com-

7:30: .-Arden Mote, pastor. L. Lee, pastor. : ing out daily to help take care
b p. Demonstration I of him. All the above are Due On or Before April 1st of Each Year.We .

:NEW RIVER Mrs. Doris Strickland carried

BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH c9} Notesby Mrs. Liz Harris to a doctor in encourage you to work with us on these forms, and to contact us on any

Sunday School, 10 a. m. Wor- Sunday school, 10 a. m. Morn- r Jacksonville last Friday and problem that you many have. In the past years our county has grown and ex-
Training '
ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Service ing Worship, 11 a. m. Wor- again on Monday. panded economically, all of this has increased the demands of all Tax supported
Union, 6:30: m. Evening '
7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each ship, 7:30 p. m.Rev.. W. O. R. I ROSS Mrs. Doris Strickland and agencies in the County. The only way we car. meet these demands is by a Uniform

Wednesday, 7.(30 p. m. Everyone Collins, Sr., pastor.WOODLAWN Home Demonstration Agent Mrs. Ruby Owens had to carry System and close relations with you, the Property Owner. We respectfully ask
welcome. -L. L Parker, pastor. Mrs. Owens' little daughter, Peg-
your whole hearted cooperation.
MISSIONARY Salute To You with a white shade and the gy to a Starke doctor Saturday.

BAPTIST' CHURCH others stained their lamps I Miss Jewel Higginbotham

Yes, we salute you! Each and mahogany and maple. i stepped on a piece of glass last GENE LONGTax
10 ajn. Sunday School, 11 a.m.
COLONIALFLO'RIST preaching. 6:15 BTU 6:45: prayer every 4-H member, leader, parent Judy Kelley gave a demon- Monday and cut her foot so bad-

service, 7 o'clock song services. and friend. We think this has stration on putting on a plug cap ly that it required seven stitchs Assessor

i been a great year in 4-H. We and helped the girls wire-up the to close it up.

have had the continued supportof lamps.A Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Griffis had

HEILBRONN many many of the older mem- new member Juanita 20 people to dinner on New

I bers, leaders, and friends. In Stalnaker was added Year's Eve including her brother -
BAPTIST CHURCH to the roll. "
PHONE 218 School 10 a.m. Preach- addition many have seen the The ten girls present were: Linda and sister-in-law, Mr and /.o he-Year For Traders !
Sunday value of joining in and assistingwith Gayle Green Anneta Mrs. Ellis Giddens and family of ea -
ing 11 ajn. Training Union 6:30 the 4-H program. It is only Joann Green,, Norma Jean, Avon Park.

(j) Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. with the help and assistance of Parrish, Virginia Parrish Mary Mrs. Hattie Nolan returned
Rev. F. B. Beard
each one of you that we can con- Jane Bigham, Gayle Andrews, Saturday from Riverside Hospital CU.FT.

tinue to expand the program.It Juanita Stalnaker, and Judy I in Jacksonville where she .
FLOWERSFor HEILBRONN MISSIONARY is the time of i had been
year that we Kelley. confined since an automobile BIG

BAPTIST CHURCH look back and give thanks for all I accident on November 21.

All Occasions Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- the opportunities we have had. Spuds Johnson says: i We hope that she will soon be
1 is .
a business and
DISH ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evening When doing this, let us,not over- able to be up and around again.
GARDENS keeping records is
Worship, 7:30 p. m. Training look the fact that only a tiny necessary in 'I- Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hollimanand .
Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid- percentage of the any well-run business. So farm
POTTED PLANTSPOTTERY boys girls, and daughter of Palatka were
i week Prayer :Meeting, Wednesdays adults are working in the 4-H records are a necessity for the B
guests of Mr. and Mrs.' C.

7:30 p. m. Rev. S. F. program. Isn't there somethingwe successful.. fanner.HIGHLAND. Nolan and sons on Sunday.

Beard, pastor. can do so others will know I.vvvvvvvvvvvv' .vvvvv Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson of Two Door 0pd39995WRH
Flowers {Wired
EVERGREEN he: joys and benefits that we Jacksonville visited with Mrs.

Anywhere BAPTIST CHURCH have? Hattie Nolan Sunday evening.It .

Let us as we enter the New seems that the virus struckin
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching '
Year give thanks for this great the C. B. Nolan family last YOUR OlD REFRIGERATOR'/
Nona St. Stark 11 a. m. Training Union 6:30p. ,
country, the freedom, and the fly Mrs Lacy :NormanAAAAAAWAAAAAAAAAAAAAA week. Bobby was ill Tuesdayand
m. Preaching 7:?(e p. m. Prayer I
opportunity that we have. Let 1 Wednesday, Billy Thursdayand
i Meeting Wednesday 7:30 p. m. -
resolve that in 1957 we will try to Friday, and Mrs. Nolan was I

uphold these blessings. Let us Rev. George Chism of Geor-' ill 'Sunday night Monday and r.

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST resolve that we will help streng- gia preached here Sunday morning Tuesday, of this week. We'll all

LATTER DAY SAINTS then the 4-H Club program and i. and evening and was called be glad when the virus wears itself 1 h:

Wash Your Clothes Services each Sunday in old make it available to all the boys Wednesday night to be our pas- out. It seems to be striking .- Giant 12416.

ana girls of Bradford County. Let tor. We are very proud of him. pretty hard here in Maxville.
Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Sunday True.tero Freezer
9 Pound School 1A a. m. Sacrament us resolve to work together with and invite you to come out and Mrs. Sidney Bell Hall of Jack- :

Service 6'.30 p. m. Everyone wel. the labors of our hands, heart, meet him. His wife and little son sonville visited with her mother, ,. ., f has new .

For 40c! come. health and heads to "MAKE accompanied him Sunday.Mr. Mrs. Hattie Nolan, Sunday eve- Handidor !
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THE BEST BETTER." and Mrs.,Charles Moselyof :

FREE Bleach If Desired! Jacksonville spent the week- ning.Mrs.
CHURCH OF GOD Nt'wIII Club Presidents Sylvia Carter and son of N.
end here with the L. M. Nor- r ,
I Jacksonville visited with Mrs.
Last week at the regular 4-H
Sunday School 10 a. Morning
m. -
mans. Charles will
a undergo an
Nolan Saturday.
club Martha
meeting, Susan
Worship 11 a. m. Sunday
We Will Ritch and Sandra Warren were operation in St. Luke's Hospitalin Mrs. Frank Wellhausen is ill [ IIIhfy
Evening Service 7:45 p. m. YPE Jacksonville.
Service elected President of th Starke this week with an attack of
Wednesday, 7:45 m.
Dry Your Clothes p. We were glad to see Mrs. -
7:45 5th and 6th grade 4-H Clubs re-
Prayer Meeting Friday, p. m. virus.We .max
John Brown back in church, as
LAWTCYSunday spectively. These girls will remind regret to learn that Hans
b'v i/- t
she is our pianist. Also glad to
For 20c School, 10 a. m. Morn 'the members of the meet- Carter confined to the Brad- y
the Richard back Huge Refrigerator
see Moselys ,
ing Worship 11 a. m. YPE Serv- ings and preside at meetings.The ford County Hospital with a
la New Automatic Drlenl as Mrs. Mosely has been sick "v
ice Saturday 7:30 p. m. rest of the officers will be fractured hip which he receivedin :t Section has
for time.
elected at the next meeting when some a fall during the .Christmas rSr
Roll Out
Zettie Padgett spent the weekin &
NORTH SIDE record books and 4-H calendarswill holidays. :
BAPTIST CHURCH be distributed to members. Maxville with the Harry Little Miss Phyllis Harris, tF I I Aluminum Shelves i

Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- Better Light for Better Sight I. .Padgetts. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lon
The Washeteria Winfred Wilkinson Jacksonville 1
Ing Worship 11 a. m. Training Girls of the Brooker senior 4-H attended church here- nie Harris, has been ill at her fr

Union 6:30: p. m. Evening Wor- Club had a program on lighting } home here. _

Temple Ave Starfct ship, 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Saturday morning at their Sunday The Maxvffle Baptist Church
We had 51 in School
Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Everyone monthly meeting when they Sunday held a New Year's Eve watc

welcome.- E. C. Harvey pastor. made reading lamps. last Sunday, and 38 brought party from 9 o'clock until the J' J
their Bibles. Come out and joinus J waiaas .
Miss Jean Robinson of Clay LOWDOWN'
next Sunday. rr.
Electric Cooperative gave the I I ...

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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH good reading lamp: St.'Edward'. Church GAY'SHome PAYMENT
Exdusrv I
Butter Bank
1. 15 inches from bottom of Sunday Mass at 9:15 a. m.
shade to desk. Appliances Defrosting -- .: I'" Easy Terms
Holy daY'muses, 8:30 a. m. and .
Chees e Coll
2.150 watt indirect bulb or usea 8:30 a. m.Children's. Twin Porcelain Crispers '." .
Your Friendly .
diffusing bowL Catechism Class each New Hondidor Storage 8.5 Ib.Meal Saver .:- j'i tahlr :,n;?
RBV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor 3. A good shade-white or Wednesday at 3:15 p. m. Dealer (

lined with white open at the top, Keystone Heighta Norge

Jefferson and Court Streets'- In The Heart of Town wide and flared. (At St. William's Chapel) NQRGE, APPLIANCES

Phoned Office 234 Pastorium 130 For good lighting in a room (Follow Hiway 21 south to St. _

there must be the right amountof William's Sign.) r* MAYTAG WASHERS .limited Supply limits Our Offer Act Now and Save IGAY'S

light the right kind of light Sunday Mass 8 a. m.

Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 8:00 P.M. and general and specific lighting.The Holy day masses 7:30 a. m. COLEMAN HEATERS and

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. light was measured with a Confessions before all Masses FLOOR FURNACESWe

light meter and different types HOME APPLIANCESPhone
Midweek Service 8:00 P.M. -
Wednesday, of bulbs were displayed at the HIGHWAY CHAPEL Service All Makes.

Hear the Sunday :Morning Service .over' WDVH at meeting. Sunday school 10 a. m!; Church 1 Of Appliances 10 Starke, Fla.

Eight girls made reading services, 11 a. m.; Evangelisticservices [

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3. and 5 Sunday. lamps using the knock-dawn 7:30 p. m.: Thursday,; ,Phone 10 "It's Service After the Sale That Counts "

Polden kits. Half the girls painted -I young people's meeting, 7:30) p Starke, Florida.
the wooden base black to use s m.

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To City Employees Volunteer Firemen Hold Dinner Haislop Given National Realty Bishop NamedAs Employee Matters t I IffilLBEONX BAPTIST MISSIOXAKY CHVRCU

Official Slates Are Discussed At Sunday -School, 10 a. m. Morn- _

Dissent VoicedOn 90 Days To Pay Chairman tog Worship, 11 a. m. Evening

o 2 Speeches HereTwo Rotary Meeting Worship, a- 7:30 p. m. Training _
Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid-

New WorkersAs '- speeches are scheduledhere Employer-employee relations Week Prayer Meeting, Wednesdays -
Off Bad ChecksFred
t Of Commission 7teO\ -
next Wednesday for Rich- were discussed at the Wednes- p. m. Rev g. F.

ard H. Eggers, field executive day luncheon meeting of the I Beard, pastor.

Raises GivenThe c.f. the National Association of Starke Rotary Club by Herbert I .
Haislop, Bradford Coun-
1! Real Estate Boards, who will be H. A. Bishop Jr. was elected: A. Nelson, employee relations I' SILK
ty farmer was given three
local chairman of the Board of County I
Starke consulting with I'
months by Circuit Judge GeorgeL. Commissioners as the board director of the Trail Ridge and
City Council Tuesday P tten Friday to make resti- realtors and other business Highland plants of Humphreys
kicked'off of activi-
a new year GAUZE
night agreed to salary raises fo tution on than ers. Gold Corporation. I I.
more $4,000 ties with its reorganization meeting -

practically all of the city em- :' :' worth of bad checks he is charged During his stay here the realty Tuesday. The only change in Fair treatment, job security TYPEWRITER RIBBONby4jg

ployees not included in recent : !:AJ1 with passing to merchants in official will be guest speaker* I the composition of the board good pay good working conditions -]

raises given the Police and Fire the County. at a luncheon meeting of the for the new term was the replacement considerate treatment, and f

Departments, tut a : move to Starke' Rotary Club, and will adequate training were among
Haislop pleaded guilty on Nov.: of the outgoing chair-
of Merrell Dees also address a' meeting of the i the factors mentioned the
raise the salary by
22 to informations charging himwith I man, Carl Prevail with Harold
to equal that of Power Super- ;? writing five checks totaling Bradford-Clay Board of Real- Norman. speaker as conducive to goodmployeremployee

intendent Riley Wasdin and -1 tors during the day, His topi< (. relations. lie
\ 163017. additional Norman
Eight war- the' freshman member -
will be "Good, Business Aheadin also described functions
Street Superintendent SR of
A rants have been issued charging of the panel was elected to
Hicks was opposed by Councilman h1ii Building Communities. credit union organizations whichhe
>, Haislop with writing checks the post of vice-chairman. No
to his service with therealtor's said are fine to have In
W. H. (Billy) Noegel. ranging from $150 to $300 each. other persons were nominated in I any
hired in the association Mr. Eg- plant or .
Dees was recently Starke Volunteer firemen and their wives last Thursday night Judge Patten placed Haislopon opposition to the two men elect-i operation.The

power department of the city held a ham dinner at the home of Fire Chief and Airs. I). W. Carpenter. probation on one of the gers was a national field representative ed. speaker was introduced by

with the Councilmen indicatingthat of a welfare organization. C. H. Quick who had of
charges and deferred The charge
Enjoying the annual affair were left to right Chief Carpenter sentence, on present County appointees -
his duties would be with the the His headquarters are in the program. .
Mrs. Carpenter R. C. (Red) Buford, William Silcox, S. R. Hicks, Mrs. others "from day to day and were retained by the Com
distribution system.A term to term." The Washington, D. C. mission. Mack Futch will P4oIhnotIyAdY.II1.d
Hicks, A. L. Crosby Jr., Mrs. Crosby Ray Stone Mrs. Stone W. C.'. principal con- I
motion Tuesday night to condition of the probation was tinue as County attorney and Alvarez Store Fetes
Rhoden Mrs. Rhoden Charles Shaeffer, Mrs. Blake Jackson, Blake
name flees assistant power sup that Haislop "make complete Starke Cagers County prosecuting attorney R.
with little Jackson Assistant Chief C. W. Picket Mrs. A. Williams, and A. 63rd AnniversaryAlvarez
erintendent passed restitution
in, the amount of E. Jones as road foreman and

comment. But when the proposal C. Williams. The! meal was prepared 'by Mrs. Sarah Hunter, supervisor 54,096.72 together with court Win First Games Ivy Anderson as courthouse jan- 3 TO 10 TIMES
I Store which has
was introduced by I. E. Clarktb of the Elementary school lunchroom. costs in the amount ''Of $285.60_ ,, occupied LONGER LIFE --

raise the salary of Hicks and "before April 5, i95t"The itor.This will be Bishop's second the same spot on Call
The Starke Independent Bask- Street for 63 was established BY ACTUAL TEST!
of Wasdin. years
flees to equal I Concert Group Guardsmen Slate judge told Haislop that term as chairman of the Com
etball Team scored two victories Jan. 15, 1891, and is observing -
Noegel dissented maintainingthat the" sentence left it up to him mission. He also served as its lint free pure silk, plus Colum.
i in their initial court ventures by birthday with the an-
worked for
the city Dees long has enough not to merit'Slates Member Training Program whether he stayed out of prisonor i defeating the Palatka Independents chairman during 1955. nouncement of an anniversary sale bia's exclusive fluid, inking

.I not. on Saturday nightThe In the reorganization session in this week's Telegraph."In process, makes Silk Gauze Ribbons .
the salary increase. Kickoff For New Year "I want to the Commissioners also selecteda
Drive with
you this the finest
said that such an Increase Starke lads, sponsored by year of Starke's Cen- you can put on
Clark jury list for the Circuit Court.
"three" department .the seriousness of your actions, Koch Drugs, won a 58-45 victoryover tennial, we are particularly proudof your typewriter. Extra sheer for
all -
would put The "old" board met
foot- The newly formed Mutual Con- Co. "C," the Starke National Judge Patten said after asking Palatka. W. E. Crisswellwas monday being the oldest business, establishment clean writing. Extra strong for
heads on an equal :
to wind their business
cert Association, of the Bradford Guard unit, will hold its first Haislop wl\at moves he had madeto high point man by ringingthe up in town" W,, H.
ing. Joe Andrews III challenged before the business long weor.
flees County area'will kick off its first regular armory drill of the new make restitution. The judge ; basket for 13 tallies. Second new year's Graham, present owner and man

Clark's contention that annual campaign for members )ear Monday night, Jan. 14. The advised' Haislop: that a maximum !- high! man was Sonny Stricklandwith 'was begun. The main businesswas ager of the firm said yesterday."We ORDER NOW FROM

be considered a departmenthead. next Monday night at a dinner in drill period will be devoted to penalty of five years in i 10 points. approving routine bills with are all looking forward to

Clark answered, that the the Garden Restaurant. It is expected maintenance, inspection and care prison could be levied against : James Phillips received a only a few minor matters aris- this Centennial year, and I am Bradford
would have the same
new duties man and responsibilities as that 40 or 50 workers will bf equipment."The him on each of the charges. sprained ankle during play and r-g. sure it will prove to be Starke'a CountyTELEGRAPH

attend this meeting to begin the Haislop said that since the arraignment County Clerk Charles Darby biggest and best."
Was.1in{ when he is relieving unit will be very active :Manager Art Holliday predictedthe
Wasdin. w eek's membership campaign, in training affairs for the remainder he has not raised any injury will keep him out of pointed out to the members that I I Alvarez Store was founded .by

scheduled to end Saturday, Jan. I of the year," Capt. Ran- money toward paying off the the lineup for some time. during the last three months the Mr. Graham's grandfather J. M.

Clark contended that Deesmerited 16, at 12 noon. 1 I dal Chitty, company commander, debts. He told the judge that The quintet ran over Keystone County ,has spent over $1,000 a Alvarez, who early established its

the raise in consideration Elden Mathews, temporary said. "We will conduct our he has all of his property ,up for Heights Saturday, night to the month for pipe for driveway reputation for quality merchandise Phone 29 Starke Fla.

of his 10 years experiencewith i chairman of the :MCA announces marksmanship training duringthe I. sale and has recently" obtaineda tune of 64-47 even though sev- I drainage for homeowners living! at reasonable prices. .

the City of Williston and that each yearly membership spring with our first week- good job and intended to put eral regular players were absent. along the highways. "If we keepit

his ability. cor.ting adults $5 and students. end at Camp Blanding on March "every cent I can lay my hands Sonny Strickland set the pace for up," Darby warned "we're

& The reason put forth for makIng $2.50, will enable the owner to seea 16 and 17. Three weekends will on" into paying off the checks. his Starke teammates by loop- going !o go bust again." Sell It Rent It Trade II

Dees an assistant superintendent minimum of three. outstanding be spent on the range for the State Attorney T. E. (Ted) ing 23 points into the basket. The Commission voted to con-

was to give him an opportunity -! programs. Duncan told Haislop that the Strickland was followed closelyby tribute $100 for Bradford Country.s -
of each individual firing
to learn the entire Already'scheduled for lie Starke purpose court was giving him an "op- Frank Dryden with 22 exhibit at the Florida State
the small arms-pistol, }'{-1 rifle WITH A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIEDLow
power operation instead of concentrating series are: the Festival Symphon- and carbine for record. Also portunity to write your own points. Fair in Tampa, Jan. 29-Feb. 9.

on the distribution.In ette, one of America's finest or- various groups will fire the .50 ticket." Wanyng Haislop against Last night (Thursday) the ;. On the request of ,Negro ministers -

this way, Andrews explained chestras, featuring four brilliant calibre machine gun." counting on the court to extend Starke Independents journeyed in Lawtey, the Commission Rates Good Results Easy Tn Place

the proper attention couldbe soloists: Elizabeth Winslow, so- the time period for raising the to Green Cove Springs to meeta agreed to permit use of
"Much of our training will be INSERTION _
given both parts of the system prano, Howard Shaw, baritone money. Duncan said that any team from the Naval Air. Sta Whitimore Lake for baptismal S0e

plant and distribution, with Robert Rudie, violin, and Cynthia on-the-job training with membersof court decision would be based on purposes by any Negro church in EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2o

the men switched back and forth Otis harp; the widely acclaimed each section performing" duties a "diligent effort" by Haislop to tion.The schedule for the rest of the County desiring its use. 25. 'DnITJO AL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS NOT PAID IN ADVANCE

when needed. American Piano Trio; and :Mary I : assigned the section, Chit nicke restitution. I DISCOUNT OF 15 PER CENT ON TWO OR MORE INSERTIONS
continued. the month is: I
T. C. Cliff) Hutchinson talented monologist-t ty "The decision of the court
Council Chairman ( Jan. 16 Green Cove NAS at Count J
entertainer.All SFC Ernest E. Tanner will I Contempt
Hazen suggested that Noegelset rests on your own efforts, Dun- the BHS 8
interested in good leave Saturday for two weeks gym, p.m.
persons a FOR RENT
a time limit when Dee.swould entertainment concerts, plays, school in New Jersey. Tanneris can 'said. Jan. 24, Cecil Field, BHS gym, Costs PulpwoodMan apartment, 14 N.room Church furnished
be eligible for a raise. A Apply St.
ballet, etc. are urged to join section chief of the Service I p.m.Jan. 115."'. Church t. Phone

decision on the issue was post- the *MCA next week: No memberships Section which includes the ma- Woman Is Injured 29, Gainesville Independents $25 In CourtA LANDSCAPINGFILL tfehg
poned until a later meeting.In FOR
can be sold after noon chine shop, black smith shop and BHS gym 8 p. m. SALE-Cement Steps 4 &lid 5
raise the I lengths.
the other salary DIRTor Free
Saturday, Jan. 19, and no single welding section. In Auto SmashupOn pulpwood man was fined tIlo work of all Installation.kinds. ALso!
Council to the en- Judd
agreed place THe
tickets can be sold to the individ- Pvt.-2 Ronald Jarvis will $25 by Circuit Judge George L. DISKINGW. Co. 11 Lafayette St.- Phone 11 5-J
gineers at the. light plant on the Council Combats Patten for his *.
causing Negro tfchg.APAflTM'.j.
performances. leave Saturday for six month3 100Mrs. _
scale Highway L. THIGPEN JR. .
increased salary as .
same ,
interested in to arrive in court
Anyone joining active under the employee POi RENT:
reserve on Madi-
instituted for the Rio 2 Box 245-D Alton Bd. son St.
wa recenUy ApPly
MCA( is cordially invited to advise After completing the Myra Dyal, of Rt. 1, hour late for sentencing for ApnlfRnl'f'. Phnne at Gay' Home
program. 18.
policemen and firemen. A $2.50 Mrs. Marian Howe at the Cham Starke Saturday Bill con-support. PHONE 297-J < tfchC'
six months at Ft. Jackson, he was injured Light GripesContinued WE Buy'y
a week raise was voted for ber of Commerce. will be released back to the unit. morning when the pick up truck The man, V. C. Hale, was, held .Starke Fla. Elrod> SELL Furl11tur.USED J'trRNITURE. -

workers in the office and in the Sp.-3 Ronnie K. Griffis is she was driving was struck from in contempt of court after he __Phone 4*. Uch&Co.

street and garbage departments.The ( from Page 1)) told Patten that the time
the rear on SR 100 about three Judge FOR SALE 10
Elks Take Part moving to Houston Texas wherehe Acres
action on raising the en- 3% PAID OX SAVINGS $650. land.
plans to enroll at the Uni- miles southeast of Starke. had "just slipped away from STATE BANK- KEY- Fred C. Laniers, Rt. 2 Box
gineer's salaries/ and placing him." Hale had agreed to bring STONE HEIGHTS, FLA.. MEMBER 95, Starke or call
of Houston. He will The wreck occurred as Mrs. endanger children living in the Lake City 95S.J
versity en-
Dees in the position of assistant In Polio' DriveThe Willie Turner Jr. Into FDIC.WANTED 2tp i/ij
iist in the Texas NG and be discharged Dyal was preparing to turn area. Principal target of the proposals the Negro, :

power superintendent was upon Starke Elks Lodge this from the Florida Guard. right Deputy Sheriff Fate ]II was a company hauling court at 10 a. m. but did not 508 new Bottled Gas UNFURNISHED Apartment, three
the recommendation of the boardof sand arrive until after 11. Customers. Low installation cost. rooms with refrIgerator
The driver of a pit east of Starketo and
Brown reported. i space
bond trustees. week, threw its efforts behind Chitty extended an invitation Prompt Service. Harry C. Elrod heater. Also furnished

t the March of Dimes campaign 'to all "youn; men interested in the car, Carl Yaurvian, posteda Jacksonville. Turner. was sentenced to a Furniture. Co. tfchg 11r. and Mrs W. *L apartments. -

of reck- I The Council failed to : year in jail with Imposition of __ man 228 w. ladlson. ffchg
Phil Vitsky, Elks Club rep- learning while they earn extra $100 bond on charges reach an 21 INCH TELEVISION console, til
Sewer Water less and to have. agreement on the details of the the sentence suspended if he down at Dahmtr'i. tfcni FOR
resentative, .said the lodge and pay to visit the armory and discuss driving failing RENT-l and 2 bedroom far.

its ladies committee will joinin their enlistment Guards,. bis automobile under control. proposal and the matter was left makes specified weekly paymentsto i Jackson nlshed apartments. See Billy

SetToStartSoon i In other auto the undecided.: W. H. (Billy) his wife. MAN OR WOMAN to take over Central Truck Lines.
Projects ticket selling activities and men are paid one, day's pay for mishaps over Noegel route of established customers in I Phone 165. tfelal'

_ contribute articles for a fundraising each armory drill each day !. weekend, a car owned by a Law- suggested that a "courtesy sys- Starke. Weekly profits of $ O.OO om
tey Negro, Frank Bell was tern" be tried by placing signs or more at start possible. No TENTH AJTBTIVERSART
project scent on weekend training and 15 Year Term car or other investment necessary RADIOS REPAIRED
Vitsky also reported that the the 15 days summer field train smashed by a train Saturday as designating a weight limit. If this Will help you get started. AU Make. AU Gdea
Two City projects were being I did not work Write C. R. Ruble DepL J-%, Re..ble C.ue" n..tee.
it was struck at a railroad an ordinance would
Starke Elks are preparing to initiate ing. The J. R. Watkins Company, CHAI. a. SHEPHERD
set up this week for work to be- 40 new members who will ing. Brown said the car cross-I I have to be passed so that viola- (Continued from Page 1) Memphis i, Tenn. Up '103 W. Call 8t. Stark. pfc. :31

gin in the near future. Sewer I carried feet the tors could be
90 down
take their degrees in two classes. Official ReceivesBid after driving her and a girl FOR SALE Three bedroom house FOR RENT- Five room block
pipe for the project out East The first class will be held in' i Bell jumped clear of the automobile I Joe Andrews III contended friend from their homes in Law- 627 Francis St., Pinehaven Sub- bungalow: shower screened front
Call Street to the city limita before the train smashedinto that division. Up porch; plenty built in closet
in honor of W. such action would be difficult -
February George space
I tey on the pretense of hiring ; carport; well located in
is: expected to be delivered soon Carver, state president of Live For SurveyOf it.Dormer. because of the local truckslining them to FOR RENT Three room unfur- nice neighborhood for small faml.
wash .
and bids are to be called for on baby diapers.He nished house 2ft miles North of ly. Has 2 rm. utility
Oak and the second will be held Williams of Hampton the streets. The other Coun- was arrested in "a Starke Lawtey. Inquire Bradley Norton rear. Phone 137. cottage in
mains to be built
water pipe for farmers in March in memory of the late Lake Region escaped injury Saturday night climen said that the measure Starke beer hall after bringingthe Lawtey. Up i tfchg
to the
along U. S. 301 I
Walter J. former when his left the highway could be set up to exclude them FOR RENT FOR RENT
Matherly, The of landownersand car girl back. The other girl, an Two bedroom unfurnished Three room furnish
market. president of the State Associa- petition i and turned over near Hampton. from the prohibition.The 18-year-old, had fled to garage apartment. Cou- ed apartment. Private entrance,
a near- utilities
The sewer project is to be residents of the Keystone ple desired. Phone 134-J. tfchg furnished. L. D. Green
financed from funds taken in tion and dean of the School of section for a survey of the Lake Council passed a rula Aa by house and gotten a ride backto on. Raiford Rd. Phone 2S8-U!
Business Adminstration at the in the future Christmas decora- FOUNTAIN HELP WANTED At __ 2tchg J/18
from the recent 5 per cent in- Region water shed and re-charge Mayor Suspends Lawtey. Green's. Lawtey. Fla. Itchg
University of Florida, and M. tions on the city streets will remain ATTRACTIVE
crease in utility taxes. Funds for I area was present last Wednes- for Intel-
A. Rosin also a former presi- up until after New Year. FOR QUICK SALE COME AN'DSEE ligent .woman. Must have good
the, water project are'available, day to L. M. Holli gsworth, secretary Driver's PermitOf This two good used refrigeratorsand personality and appearance. Op.
from the past $700,000 bond dent of the State Elks Associa- of the State Soil Conser- move came about after 3 gas stoves. Will accept cash pprtunlty for advancement. Salary
Noegel wanted to know why the or terms. See at 337 N. WalnutSt. discussed at interview.
issue.In tion. vation Board at Gainesville by ; decorations Itch I' R. L. Wright giving Write edu..tlnn Mrs.
Starke Youth had been taken
discussing the sewer pro- Both men were instrumental Bill Haas, Bradford and Clay down PRI'' I address and phone number, "c/o"; ;
before New Years thin year. FOR RENT Two room furnished Telegraph, Box 823. Starke
in organizing the Starke Lodge, Fla.
ject, Surveyor Merrill McMillan county1 soil conservationist.The A apartment. All utilities furnished.
told the Councilmen that it wouldbe a* well as the Green CoveSpz4ngs petition requests that Louis: Albert Mann. 21, lost request by Mayor W. T. Apply at 504 E. Erownlee, Apt. 2.1Up 1 Up
Jackson that the I ISO
necessary to lay the pipe 14 lodge, Vitsky said. steps be taken to survey the Key- his driver's license for 30 daysin intersection of FOR RENT Four room house
Walnut and Jefferson streets by; SUN., !MON., TUES. and bath on Cherry St.. known
feet deep in some spots. "Don't for action to Mayor's Court Monday after as Joe
stone possible Truby
area house.
.the Farm with Unfurnished.
office be
post made a fourI JAN. 13-14-15 A. % I. State Highway
underestimate the cost" McMil BHS Band halt the lowering of Lake being found guilty of speeding. froatage. GO ptrm ir+e*, h...e Gas range, electric water heater.
Plays stop was left undecided. Apply Mrs Carrie
lan said aa he warned them that Brooklyn, which has fallen an Mann denied charges levied by I way DOUBLE FEATURE sad garage plus creek. Price SHJUM. Ward. 2tp 1/lg
Jackson said the intersection Very sMall dewa paymeat a.d
the project is "going to be ex estimated 18 feet and threatens' Policemen Shep Tomlinson ,and ATTACK $50.00 per maath. WANTED Elderly lady to live
of serious In
scene and
For InaugurationThe a wreck recently care for two children
Earl Miles that he was driving
pensive. ruinto residents of schooL
economic was dangerous and such a move Jack Palance and Eddie Albert Here U a Uvelr 2 B. R. B.me .a 430 or 1JO.
that area. between 50 and 60 miles per would reduce the 40 acres with per a grove, 2 story _2tchg 1/lg

County Court Set spectacular Inaugural par- Haas said the petitionwas. hour, maintaining that his speedwas Council agreed danger.The to have the PLUS fenced..na. and exeelleBt cross temer water The system a.k-, U. S. 301 ACREAGEWe

ade in Tallahassee Tuesday was accepted by Hollingsworth, and only 25 to 30. stop sign at the high school Tribute To A Bad Man lag price Is right if this was all
made bigger and better by the number 13. At first Mann declined to en- re- ,.0. w.>Id get hut this U mot all have the following propertiesall
To was assigned the ;jpainted and new lettering put on. CINEMASCOPEJames Highway froatage .. this area has
Begin MondayThe 60-piece Bradford High School He said "that at the next meetIng ter a plea out after the police- This move touched off a discussion sold for rer $20.00 a treat f_t facing U. S. 301 for sale at
Band. The local musicians Wereamong testified that the man Cagney and this property has over 1300 attractive prices:
of the state group the 13 men young
i of the need of such a sign highway treat feet. This l. irmly
January term of County the outstanding high projects will be given priority was driving at the excessive rate but no conclusion reached. Plus Color Cartoon For Kids a floe piece of property ... will 8
Court is scheduled to begin at 10 school units invited to take partin and then sent to Washington for of speed. he entered a plea of The be a wise laveitmeM while affsrd- acres North of Starke for $3,.
I members agreed to inves.I lag a very alee place to lire. 500.00; 420 feet
am. Monday morning with seven the state capital festivities action.Veteran's rot guilty. Mann was arrestedon WED., THURS., JAN. 16-17 on highway for

cases on the docket. when Governor Leroy Collins be- possible south U. S. 30l'near Alligator.I legate the possibility of obtaining DOUBLE FEATURE I haie 2 very alee *._.. for sale $ ,5.OO) ; 431 feet on highway for
a power truck from Florida that are rime t* ererythlBC la the $5,500.
his second term In office.A .
for trial before Coun-
Slated Creek.In rlty. Use U :Z I: R, the
Consultant Power &: Light in Lake, City to HOT CARSJohn B. other 3.
ty' Judge T, A. Yawn are :Mrs. bus for transportation was [ These Ia._.. are la fIat ..n....- 22 acres in
other In the one tract and 24
cases Mayor'sCourt owned
provided by the School Board one now by Bromfield, Joi Lansing. lags a ad are worth the asklao acres
Everett Green and Mra L. D.
Slates Starke Visit In another and
Clyde Mosely was sentenced the city. price. Terms are available OK both. both attractively
Blair charged with contributing to and the sheriffs office sent Deputy and Mark Dana
to 10 days in jail or $50 Rabb of priced.
Russell Harry one the three Are r.m lovklag for a hameslt
the delinquency of minors by per- Redding as an es- Joseph A. Crawford. assistant PLUSAPACHE ThIs 3 plus la
after pleading guilty to public insurance men holding policieson acres just aa the
mitting their children to become cort. The musicians left at 7 state service officer will visit market aid la lots baa 2, '.I. FLORIDA REALTY CO.
intoxication and of-
fighting an city property, appeared be- DRUMS
from city limits
a.m. and returned to Starke af Stark A waa-"
Both Of
truants. women pleaded Sfarke
Starke on Jan. 18 to help vet- ficer. The policemen said that fore the Council to request that derful place ta build with boot
innocent on plea day two weeks about 9 p.m.Bandmaster. and their with TECHNICOLORStephen S eo feet aa the highway. Sites Teleakaae 8X3
erans dependents Mosely kicked at them as he was they set a value on the S55
power Temple
like this hard Starke Fla.
are ta
and were released on their Elden Mathewssaid i McNaQy and Coleen Cray flad. See aadbay
ago there was much 'favorable problems concerning Veterans Ad- getting out of the .car at the ,plant and equipment Rabb said taday.

own recognizance.Other minstration benefits such as bos- jaiL this information was Color Cartoon FOR RENT Four room furnished
cases to be tried are a reaction to the appearance of the necessary WALL REALTY house car port and utility room
education and training -
'in pitalization A $35 bond for disorderly con- in a survey of the insurance picture on Walnut St. Inquire at 504
Brad! rd Band the 'inaugural E.
charge of public intoxication insurance, disability, widows duct was forfeited by Freddy now being undertaken separately FR!.. SAT.. JAN. 18-19 REGISTERED BROKER Prownlee Apt. 2. 3tp 1/25:!
against Mary Huff, Negr/, a petit rarade.I .
I I and dependent parents benefits McKay Negro. by the three companies.The DOUBLE FEATURE Box 466 Phone 487-J FOR RENT-Completely furnished

larceny case against Willie David GI Housin loans and other Two cases of driving withoutdriver's Councilmen established the S37 N. Walnut Starke two bedroom house.! Screened
McClinton. a driving while intoxicated -! Ride Clear Of Diablo front and back porch large yard
problems. of
licenses were continueduntil value the plant at $64,000 on Westmoreland St.

case against Kenneth Starling W. C. T. U. Crawford represents the head- Jan. 14 to give the defendants and the machinery at $336,000. TECHNICOLOR 1J51 FORD FOR SALE. Str bo Stchg Phone 1/25 15.
and traffic cases against. Don- Garage. Edwards Road. 4tchg 2/1
office of the Florida Department Audie Dan
quarters an opportunity to show Johns reported that forms for Murphy, Dnryea FOR RENT Four
room furnished
ald Lowe and James Nathaniel of Veterans Affairs proof that they possessed licenses the"new purchasing system should Susan Cabot and Abbe Lane FOR SALE Two bedroom houseon hou e. 3f1 S. Water St. '1t
Davis, Negro. West Madison. M. S. Payne.
Lowe and Davis pleaded not 'THE GREATEST ASSET' Pass-a-Grille and his services .as they claimed. be available this week. The Councilmen PLUSForbidden 204S. Glenn St. Stchg 1/18 WANTED Ride to and from

are free to all concerned. Both of the defendants, Ruth directed that the systembe Jacksonville "X: days a week.
guilty on plea day. Lowe Is under ThAT THE WORLD HAS LEFT Veterans PlanetCINEMASCOPE WANTEDWaitress. Apply B &: _Phona H-j.
under'$50bond. IS ITS CHILDREN. THEIR may make appointment Candy and David Klaer posted set up immediately on receiptof G Truck Stop Restaurant tfehg _jtchg
$35 bond Davis
with Crawford In advance the forms. FOR SALE
$25 bonds. / One extra large desk

- Starling. was arrested after the RIGHT BEST .L' TRAINING"ESDIE."T." IS ITS through A. L Crosby county Twenty-five dollars bonds were A bid for a private citizen to Walter Pidgeon and Anne Francis WAITRESS ing's Truck WANTED Stop. Waldo.Apply Phone Stall- with bookcase Bides. Call 1J4-J Up

service officer at the county forfeited 'on speeding charges by rent the drag line from the city Plus New Serial Chap. 1 Hobart S-37JS. Ztchg 1/11 .
car was driving was involved FOR
service office in the Armory General Lee Bradshaw Negro was turned down. "We can't go RE.'lfT-Houlle; furnished and
in a ,collision with a car owned YORK TIMES. I Color Cartoon For Kids, FOR SALE Much cow. Fresh unfurnished on Lake. Modern
F where Crawford may be contacted Arthur Klenman, William Bark- into competition with private a Jan. 19 with White Face heifer conveniences, w. S. Sibley, Silver
by J. A. Sasnir, County jailer.: calf. L.. A. Wynn Hampton Lake. I ke.
on Jan. 18 from 8:30 to 10 a. m. man and R. M. Warren. .business; Noegel said. Up II#I ihts.phone Fla. ssst Key.tone
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