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 18, 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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,_,,4. Council Studies Woman Injured New Radio Station To Start

Worker PoliciesPolicies .In Auto Wreck .Operating Here Next MonthFire

On) Temple Ave.Mrs.

and problems concerning city employees received 3 Veteran Broadcasters Begin

the main spotlight Tuesday night as the Starke City Coun- TruckFire .
cil _held a light session. Ruby Griffis was injured Work On Facilities, AntennaThree
Tuesday morning when the pick-
The two main topics concerning Chief D. W. Carpentertold
Purchasing truck she was driving was
employees were: A proposal I I up struck by a dairy products the City Council Tuesday veteran radio men began work this week to establish

I to revamp the city's -policies on truck at the corner of night the- deliveron ,the new a radio broadcasting station in Starke with "hopes" that .
Senior Class girl at BUS receive Instructions in the fundamentals I employee benefits including such Temple 1,000 gallon fire truck can be.expected the plant will begin operation between Feb. 1 and Feb. 15.
Slated To
Begin avenue and Pratt streetMrs. about the first of ____,.. .._ "- __" L_ _.._u__
of Joe Harden and Struth items as sick leave, vacations
football from Coarhet ,Roddy as they prepare Griffis, of 707 W. Pratt A JJCIUUL iu uuiiu uie siauonhas
: to battle the Junior girls in the annual I'owder Puff Football salaries, department heads and Bradford May. been issued by the Federal in this project.
St. was taken to County -
tame on Jan. 26. Ustenlng Intently to the coaches are back row, time cards, and 2)) A continua- On February 1 1The Hospital where she was reported Carpenter said a representative Communications Commission to Unless unforseen obstacles
1 of the Seagrave'Com
tion of the division of authority :Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlin
Jackie Rudolph arise "it looks like we will be in
1-r, Gall Reddish, Jean Mundy, Marilyn Cox, Prevatt, Joyce to have suffered a fractured which is the
\ between Power Superintendent pany making ma- owners and operators of operation between the first and
Crosby, Sandra Strickland, and Gail Rowe. Front row, Melissa Stalling arm, face cuts and a back chine told him this
week that
Riley Wasdin and Merrell Dees, radio station WGGG in Gainesville 15th of February," Temple said.
*, Carol Ann Pickett, Martha Van Lau Ungbam, Nancy Bates, new purchasing systemfor injury. the "contract has been -
newly hired power man. squared and :Mr. and Mrs. AlfredII. said.
Joyce Dandy, anti Maxine Andrews. Game time for the tilt Is 8 pan.and the City of Starke will go The driver of the truck, away1' and construction .
Temple, and
Decisions on both items was into effect Feb. 1 the owners opera-
will toward financing the Senior Class to Washington on City Charles R. Smith of Hawthorne, to .
: proceeds go trip until later sessions. ready begin.Fraudulent tors of station WDSR in Lake
Council agreed Tuesday night. Fas charged with running a red
I). C. in the spring. Concert
Council Chairman T. C. (Cliff) City Clerk Carl Johns reported light and causing an accident City.Temple Group

Hazen Jr. appointed a committee that the forms for the new and was placed under $150 bond. Sale said that a broadcast-'

- composed of Clark, W. H. system have been delivered, but Officer Perry Kite Jr., investigating ing company under which the
Optimistic Report On Starke Finances (Billy) Noegel and Joe AndrewsIII suggested that the initiation of the wreck, said that Smith Starke station will operate will I Member Drive

to study the city's employee the program be delayed until the claimed he had the green light Of Driver Permit be developed later with tentative -

policies and 'draft recommendations auditor can meet with Riley : but two witnesses said that the plans'calling for L. C. :Mc-

In Present Fiscal Year Is PresentedAuditor for the revision. Wasdin, the purchasing agent, green light was in favor of Call of WWPF in Palatka to. be Ends SaturdayThe

The question of the status ofv and S. It. Hicks, assistant Mrs.- Griffis. Brings SentencesThe included. McCall has been working -

graph about the audit of city Wasdin and Dees was set for a JThe Council Tuesday night The, pickup was nearly across with the other two men in
George \V. Dandelake. finances for the fiscal year end- combined meeting of Councilmenand named: -Hicks as assistant pur- Temple avenue, heading west on setting up facilities here. .annual drive for member
in an analysis of the financial the Board of Bond Trustees.In Pratt when its end The station will I ship in the :Mutual Concert As-
ing Sept. 30, 1956. City Clerk chasing agent to assume the rear was sale of a fraudulent driver's operate on
condition of the City of Starke Carl Johns 'labeled the article, other action regarding em- duties when Wasdin is sick or on struck by the truck, heading license last May developed intoa 250 watts at the 1490 spot on the sociation of the Bradford. County -

predicts that the city will enjoya headed "Official Audit Backs Up ployees, the Council agreed to vacation. north on Temple. Investigating petit larceny conviction againstone dial, Temple said. The call let- area will end at noon Saturday -

healthy financial position dur- Councilmen's Claims That Cityof raise the salaries of Edwin Johns said it was necessaryfor officers were Kite and C. Moore. Negro and contempt of court ters have not yet been assignedby No memberships will be

ing the present fiscal year. Starke Is Broke" as "bad Smith and John I. Warren. It the auditor to be includedin The pickup was listed as a to- I convictions against two others in the FCC. Temple said the sold after that time for the 1957

"With the present tax struc- publicity." was pointed out that Smith is the planning for the system t)!1 loss.An. County Court Monday. station isto be independent withno season.

ture and anticipated revenue '"Though it is true that for the the assistant to Street Super- because the "codifying and aud- i 80-year-old man, Fred Convicted of petit larceny for affiliation with a network. The campaign began at a

from miscellaneous sources, two fiscal years which ended intendent Si: R. Hicks and has to I iting all work in together." Warning Saussey of Plant' City: selling the 'falsely obtained Iicenri3 The broadcasting hours will kick-off dinner Monday night in

Dandelake wrote, "it is reasonable September 30, 1955 and September assume the responsibilities of The Council emphasized thatno posted a bond of $35 on a charge was Willie David McClinton of be from 6 a. m. to 8 p. m. with the Garden Restaurant, attended -

to assume that revenues 30, 1956, regarding the oper- department head when Hicks is purchases-"not even a quartof of improper starting from a Jacksonville. County Judge T. A. the company free to extend into by around 40 enthusiastic

will exceed expenditures for 1957 ations of the City of Starke, did absent. oil"-Will be paid for unless parking position in another Yawn sentenced McClinton to a the night time hours for any workers. Rev. W. S. McAliley

and the cash balances of the two not leave the City with a strong Clark said that Warren was accompanied by a purchase ,ord- wreck on Temple avenue Tues fine of $300 or six months in the special activities. The permit presided over the meeting, before

major funds (General City Fund cash position it cannot be dog hired on a temporary- basis as er. day. County jail. does not limit the station's air turning the gavel over to

and Light and Water Fund: ) will matically said that the City is a painter. He is, doing an. "above In other action, Johns advised |Moore said that Saussey pull- Two witnesses in the case, time, Temple said, and extensioninto the newly elected president
be greatly improved an of September broke.'" average" job, Clark said, but is the Council that fuel oil ed\&way from the curb without Willie Hagans and hia wife, night time hours for regular Elden Mathews. Other officers

30, 1957, "without any additional "In my opinion," Dandelake receiving less pay than he would rates increased by one cent this looking and struck the side of Louise of Hampton, were fined broadcasts may be consideredlater elected were: vice presidents. _

taxation provided the departments continued. "the failure of the receive anywhere else. month making the price one and acar, driven by Anthony Craw- $25 or 30 days in jail after the if the growth of Starke! Mrs. Carl Roberts and :Mrs.

of the "City operate! City officials to end the year The proposal for a revisionof one-third cents higher per gal- fQrd; 16-year-old BHS student. judge ruled them in contempt for and the advertising volume war- Marion Howe; secretary, Miss

within their budget. with a large cash surplus or employee benefit policies was lon than was estimated when Saussey ,had been stopped for failing to appear in Court at the rants it.Temporary. Joan Furlong; and treasurer,

The analysis was prepared at with a slight; budgetary deficit evidently sparked by concern of the budget was made last Octo- running( "a red light in the school specified time. facilities are being Mrs. E. K. Perryman.

the request of the City Council"to within itself should not be too some of the Councilmen over ber. For the City this will z ne and had just posted a $10 "You've wasted half a day and I Iwe've I set up in a building on the fair "We wish to emphasize," Mr.
offset" article in the Tele-
an I alarming in the light of the abuses of the present rules. amount to about $900 a, month bond on that charge before the had to ,excuse the jury," grounds which has been leased Mathews said, "that the season

present budget. As a matter of Clark cited the case of one worker more than was estimated, Johns .mishap occurred, Moore said.lIte the Judge said in reprimandingthe from the Starke American Legion -I adult membership costs only $5

fact, the present cash position who always manages to takea said, and will probably exceedhe said the damage was esti- couple. 'When you get a post. Work was begun this I fend thai children's membership

Women Change may be largely; attributed to a full allotment of 15 days sick { budgeted cost: mated at $50 to Crawford's car subpoena_ you be there or make week on the assembly of ma- la half price, $2.50. For their

mistake made several years ago leave-and no more. The letters "BHS" painted on end $35 to Saussey's. arrangements before hand." terials for the facilities with dues the members will see at

which has now been corrected; It was indicated by the Coun- the side of the new water tank When the witnesses were not erection of the antenna slated least three outstanding entertainments _

Pleas In Cases namely, the restoration of the cil that another purpose of the sparked the Council to take action Four Are HurtIn available at the opening of courtat for the latter part of the week. In the next three
ad valorem taxes. revision would be to check more to prevent people from 10 a.m. the judge ordered a Temple said that the, plans months. Already scheduled for

Increased revenue sources Bet closely! on cases in which work- climbing the tank. The ..Council 307 Smashup 15 minutes recees, Later when call for, permanent quarters to I Starke are the nationally praised _

Of Truancy HereThe up in the budget for.the fiscal ers claimed they'were, Injured voted to cut about 15 feet from they still were not, ,found ,he constructed later, which.. will i Festival Symphonette, the high-
-year which began c_, Oct. 1 were while -working:: for ,th '';C1ty. the"'.bottom of ,the ladder going- -- feceis d'thi courtuntil afternoon. also probably belocated on> the: ly 'entertaining American Piano
also 'outlined'in the' analysis': up to' the tank and explore the Four persons were injuredSunday Hagans came into the court- fair grounds.. Trio, and Mary Hutchinson,
the offered i
Among suggestions
,Additional fui ds nIght in a head-on collision _
sentences of two are expectedfrom of fence
women possibility erecting a
talented dramatic artist.
room shortly after the jury had "We intend to do the maxi
Clark the of
by were hiring a !
with to' delinquency ad valorem taxes increased around the base of-the{ tower just south'of the county J
charged contributing been ,
excused. Sheriff Mrs. Howe vice
city doctor who would thoroughly Deputy mum in public service, .Ttmplejsaid" a president
sales and increased line on U. S. 301. '
of,minor by,permittingtheir utility examine all applicants for Russell Redding found the womanin "in the belief that'a' radio of MCA,. explained: "Since the
children to become truants utility taxes. ELECTRIC.BILLS Admitted to Bradford' County Hampton. She said she. had station should contribute to the campaign is over at n6 i 'S tur-
: city jobs, and that sick leave _
'Oster _
were suspended, "from day to "Revenue from the ad valorem I Hospital were Frank 42, been
I I should start the third trying to get a midwife for welfare of the community."' He day, we hope that'everyone in
day and term to term" on the 'tax is expected to provide an on day A report that no 'defects .have his wife Helena, 37, Mrs. Oster'smother her daughter who 'was '
of illness with payments running expecting pointed out that the nesta- the Bradford County area whois
condition the children are sent additional $2.836.55 due to an Mrs. Marie S. Grampp,
been found in the a baby
electricity me- momentarily. Hagans sold tion will ,combine the broadcasting interested in good entertain-
for two weeks the
provided em-
to school regularly after the Increase in the property assessed 65, and Mrs. Genevieve Schier,
ters so far checked in the pro- he had misunderstood the time."you of three stations (Continued on Page'8)Stolen )
," the said. that ployee has a doctor's certificate. 35. Mr. Oster later transferred _____ experience
women changed their pleas to report Noting gram to assure City electric was 'I T..tla UU5C Vft.......\UUUUCIUtU ft a..a sts uuu -
guilty before County Judge T. the sale of electric and water I I Hazen said that a committee customers that light bills are to a Jacksonville hospital tried the same thing last
A. Yawn services netted should make a comprehensivestudy Mrs. Schier of Moorestown-N.
increase of
Monday.On an correct was given to the City ; time." The case, had been conti-
plea day the women Mrs. I $48.376.42 during the fiscal year of the employee policies Council Tuesday night by Power J. was alone in her car and driving nued from the October term of

Everett Green and Mrs. L. D.I I ending Sept. 30, 1956. Dande- before any action is taken. Superintendent Riley Wasdin. north. The Osters, from. court after the Hagans had sent

Blair, had pleaded not guilty. lake said. "With the increased I The discussion over the divi- Wasdin said about 10 meters Long Island, N. Y., were driving word they were under a doctor'scare _

Appearing in County Court aa capacity of the power plant, and' sion of authority between Was- were checked last week and all south. and too ill to appear. _

the trial term opened Monday the continuing expansion of the din and Dees was a carryoverfrom "checked out perfect." Mr. Oster is reported to :have McClinton was charged with
they seemed undecided on whetherto electrical distribution system it the previous meeting. At suffered several broken bones
The Council recently beganthe selling a Florida driver's license Auto
stand trial or not, but laterin is anticipated that revenue from that time the discussion cen- and other injuries, Mrs. Oster
meter checking program to to Hagans for $20. County. At-
the day they advised the judge these sources will increase approximately tered around a proposal to raise has a broken arm and Mrs. _
combat complaints about light torney Mack Futch charged that
they wished to change the pleas. $28,000 during the the salary of Dees to equal that Grampp suffered superficial cuts
bills and at the last meeting voted -. McClinton obtained the license in
The light docket for the Janu- present fiscal year." cj Wasdin and other departmentheads. and minor bruises.
to hire an outside expert : Duval County by using Hagans'name -
ary term of court: was disposedof Tuesday night the salary The Florida Highway Patrol Found -- : :
to spot check electric services when he took the examina-
quickly, with only one case issue occurredas
was not brought up. reported that the wreck i
NOTICELest going to Starke homes.In tion. In his summation to the -
being tried by a jury. In that Mrs. Schier -
was attempting -
Hazen explained that the -
the discussion Tuesday jury, Futch that Mc- --
case Willie David McClinton, trouble stemmed from a reluctance to pass a truck: which was turning Clinton I-- .
la in
Negro, of readers night. City Clerk Carl Johns "apparently the _
convicted some your
was of
on the part of Dees' line into the truck stop. "
business of licenses.
larceny. might consider the remarks at- said that the recent increase Inutility selling In
to take orders from Was- 'I I
A sentence of $35 or 10 dayn tributed to me by the Telegraphas crew taxes, plus the change- In explaining the petit larceny _
din when there is no power cver to a more efficient Sales Taxes to the _
in jail was levied against JamesN. an attack upon our County power Top charge jury, Futch said
distribution work to do and the
Davis, Negro, after he was Judge, I am taking this oppor- system was responsible for in- that when a person obtains moneyor
found guilty of improper passing. tunity to state that I have never crew is in the plant. Dees was creased bills. Mrs. Ruby Johns Year Ago Mark Tomething of value in return Sink

Davis had waived a jury trial. questioned the honesty or in- hired several weeks ago with remarked that new electric'ap- for something 6f no value or

The $35 bonds of Mary Huff, tegrity of Judge Yawn. The reMarks the understanding that he would pliances received by many people Sales! tax collections in Brad- something which has been obtained -
concentrate on outside work and at Christmas would also affect it is the
Negro. and Donald Love were attributed to me in the
for December in-
Wasdin would in the plant. County
estreated when they failed to Telegraph article were not in- stay the bills.PAY 40 same as if the money .or article
but confusion has existed on the creased>y a -whopping per stolen. Hole
appear in Court The Huff woman tended as a reflection upon the cent the month in was
over same
exact status of Dees.
was charged with public intoxication honesty or integrity of Judge I FINE HEREAn 1955, indicating that substantial On the witness stand Hagans
and Lowe wan charged Yawn. He and I have worked together "You people put him on the I bareness! took place here I terrified that he paid McClinton
with reckless driving by exces- frequently during recent last day there was much work innovation to 'further ease* the progress I $20 for the license. The ,woman.

sive speed. months and he has in these associations tc do on the lines," Wasdin remarked the payment of parking tickets during Last month year.$11,443.50 in taxes said that she only saw her hus- !

The driving while intoxicating demonstrated not I last night. The senti- for overtime parkers in Starkewas band pay $10 for the permit, but -
only was. collected in the County on Work to haul the stolen auto out of its intended hiding
ment of the Council seemed to initiated that there could have been more. begins .
case against Kenneth Starling his Tuesday night by
honesty, but his ability and November sales. This was $3,370.-
was continued. Starling a mer- devotion to public service as be with Hazen's remark that the City Council, with the purchase 38 more than was ,collected .in McClinton did not have a law- place in the sink hole near Brooker. The job, tackled by Hardy
chant seaman, is under $150 well. one man should be in charge of of "courtesy boxes" for December 1955. yer and refused to testify. but in Brothers Motor Co.. was to lift the auto over 200 feet up the neailysheer

bond. % W. T. Jackson, Mayor the entire power system. fine payments.The The December, 1956 figure was talking to the jury he attemptedto side,of the hole. A' group of spectators ran be seen on the
place the blame for*the fraudulent -
Council agreed to purchase an increase of $70L72 over the ledge at left.Near .
six of these. metal boxes license on his son, saying
GIRLS REMAIN UNDEFEATED which will be placed in various 589.59.preceding month's figure" of.. $10- that he merely acted as delivery Brooker is located a deep sink hole, well-known to
spots on meter poles about town. The increase in, salea tax collections agent; Bradford Countians for its legendary lack of a bottom and

.' Instead of paying the 10 cent. in Bradford County over The sixmanjury took only a the sheer drop from its rim to the water several hundred

S Win Streaks Set Bv BHSA fine in drug stores or to a policeman the preceding year was almost few verdict.minutes to deliver the guilty feet below.

the motorists can place it, double the average for the state afternoon children playing around the old
.in., tia_ Anvelrma +VT\A vtovlrlniy, ., ....,_ ,_______ w_ "L_ _.._.._ __ Sunday some
v -"V-Vl"'" "J1"-- i"-au lor mis increase in me suite asia
hole noted a strange thing in the water far below. It

sizzling pace has been set by since she ban been with the team. i down Billiard Friday night by project ticket which and put is it included in one in of the the whole at 21.23"per the increase cent.was recorded I Conner Talks appeared to be a red light burning. Upon closer inspectionthey 'I

the Bradford High School basket- Sandra's 40 points scored was the score of 51-42. Jimmy Hobbs boxes. made out an automobile license plate, and then the
ball teams, both. boys and girls, also a record. i State Camptroller Ray E. Green I On Child Laws
showed the way to victory The purchase of the boxes will said that "it is now certain that outlines the rear of an automobile. .
as they have advanced into the Heavy wins were also recordedby against Terry Parker as he result in no increase in parking I this year's total sales tax collections .4' Back in Brooker they told of s
1956-57 se8.V>n. the in scored 18 Reason Kirk- Bradford DoyleE. and the in- in the sheriff's office Sunday
girls games last weekas points. fines the Councilmen said. will easily exceed $100- Representative their discovery soon
The boys 'are riding on the they defeated St. Augustine land was close behind with 14 i 000,000 and that some upward Conner, Speaker of the 1957 : formation was relayed to the night that the car. which had

crest of a five game winning 64-40 and Lake City 66-39. San- Against Hilliard, Curtis :McGee Radio.Man To revision can be expected in pre- House, discussed proposed child Bradford County sheriffs office. Jackson County tags, had been
streak, but have to share the dra Strickland also starred in was high point man with SpeakAt [vious estimate of anticipated legislation in a talk .at the Though night was about to fall. stolen from Quincy and was
spotlight with the girls ,who are the St. Augustine game, setting 17 points and Charles Noegel Legion Meeting funds for the next biennium. monthly meeting of the Chil wreckers and ambulances were _
setting records as they remain the pace with 33 points. second high man with 14. Gas taxes collected in Bradford dren's Committe in the Methodist dispatched to the old sink hole registered in the name of a man _

undefeated for the; season. The I Jackie Prevatt almost beat Friday night the boys team Dolph Chamberlin. one of the I County, during the corresponding recreation hall Monday. in'the even' someone had been in who lived in Marianna.

boys team has lost one game.I I.Lake City by herself as she hit will take ,on Fernandina on the men involved in setting up a radio Decembers show a decrease of Conner said that there has the automobile when it took its The sheriffs short-wave radio _

The boys capped their winning! the basket for 38 points. Jackiewas BHS court in what coach J. C. station in Starke, will be ,guest 816024. In December 1955, $40- been a lot of dissatisfaction 250 foot plunge into. the-raurkjr also transmitted another mes- _

streak with a 543win_ over awarded 10 free throws and Hobbs says will produce "th speaker at the meeting of. the 573.75 was collected in gasoline around the state with the pres- depths. sage which placed Leroy Addi-

Bolles Tuesday night Reason made them all count best competition )'ei" The Fer-,.Starke American Legion post taxes,' compared to $32,413.57 in ent laws concerning juvenile After several hours _labor dur- son, 24, convicted here in the

Kirkland was high point man Ann Williams at the guard nandina team has also lost only j Tuesday night at 7:30, p.m. December '1956. Last month's court cases. He said that some ing which young 'mea :had: to fall term of Circuit Court for _

accounting for 24 points of the position has been a big factor in one game. Chamberlin, owner of Gaines- figureywas an increase over,the critics think the law gives dive into the cold, muddy water auto larceny, and two other

54 total. the BHS girls' wins, Mrs. Andrews The girls team Friday night II ville radio station WGGG is going November collections, though, young people the idea they'are to hook .salvage equipment onto I youths as the chief suspects.The .
Sandra Strickland set a record said, and also commended will meet the lassies from Ocala, to discuss plans and goals for which totaled $30,985.7L immune to punishment and pub- the car's body, the automobile. report said that Addisonand

herself to help, the ,girls set a Elissa Stefanelli and :Martha in what promises to be another i the new station. Legion officials licity and can "get away" with a 1947 Studebaker was hauled( the other two, Charles Gai- _
scoring record in the game Van Landingham for outstanding thrilling contest Game time is I said that after the talk, the BANK HOLIDAYThe too much. up onto a sandspit at the water ney and Gay Smith had escaped

against Baldwin Saturday night. performances in the Baldwin contest 6:30. for the girl's team and speaker will answer questions of The Bradford solon ,said he edge. The car was empty. Sal- from the Defuniak Springs jail
Mrs. Nina Andrews, girls' coach, 7:30 for the boys. the Legionnaires.The Florida Bank at Starke had an open mind on the subject vage operations were discontinued where Addison was awaiting

said the 68 points scored by the Last Tuesday night the boys Next Tuesday night the boys affair will include a free will not be open for business but that he felt sure there until Monday morning whenit trial on another charge of auto _

BHS girls Saturday night was team trounced Terry Parker to I team will travel to Gainesvilleto spaghetti supper with all members this Saturday, Jan. 19, Robert would be an attempt to change took until afternoon to pull larceny. In Court here he had _

the highest for any girls' game the tune of 53-39 and knocked play P..K. I and veterans Invited to E. Lee's birthday, a legal holiday the laws governing juveniles at the vehicle out. been sentenced to two years in _
Yonge. attend. in Florida. the forthcoming session. A radio message was received State PriJon.r _

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NORTH SIDEBy Douglas Brown Sissy and Mike Mrs. A. W. to
Cowart and Elizabeth Harvey. Farm.

And Effect C w Mrs. Carl Brown Reese Scott and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. ..
Jeannette Gaskins celebrated Ip
c ..AA AAA..AAAAAAA AA their birthday anniversaries last son spent Sunday ev.
week. Elzie Bullard and fame
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t" ;TT ..r'J.4 We are happy to announce
i 1 *r that the North Side Baptist Correcting a mistake from services at Ten
j Church last week, Mrs. Lula Crews Baptist Church where Rev 1-
was accepted 100
celebrated her 88th birthday instead lard is pastor. ,
/ cent and fellowshipped into the
Black Creek Association Friday of 86th. Harold Alvarez was ,n jac|

_ M Jan. 11. The association Johnny Scott went to Tallah- sonville Saturday on business,

1 meeting was held at Oak Grove. ,assee and marched in the parade Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Cowa+;

? / s Attending the meeting were the for the Governor's inauguration visited her sister, .Mrs. Stokes, a
r "' ) pastor, Rev. E. C. Harvey, Mr. last week. Gainesville Sunday.

w' .f ,- f and Mrs. Fred Lanier, Dorothy }(rs. A. H. Harley of Lawtey Rev. E. C. Harvey drove i

.,,:'" ;-:; ..t Clark, Mrs. Johnny Cowart, Mr. sent several days recently withthe Tallahassee Sunday night 'jg

.. ':./' < ":'" J and Mrs. Rudolph Sapp, Mr. and E. C. Harleys. mother, 'Mrs. Pearl Harvey ;e-

.. .. f4. : 4 ,,: Mrs. G. L. Sapp, and Mrs Maude Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Brown were turned home with him a
--''' --- '- '---
I --- Wainwright Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and visit
The life of ta 23yearoldman was snuffed i"-,,:.-: SMASHED AUTO in which The revival meetings were

out last week when his automobile collided witha $ .., .' .. 23-ear-old largely attended and enjoyed by
train at the spur track crossing on State Road fie' ,; everyone.
his life in grade crossing accident -
100. ,,J: f ;J!, .;,, .' ...!':c( last week. Choir practice Friday night at
Fatal collisions at this same crossing have 7:30. Everyone is s invited. FUEL OIL

been responsible for the deaths of several other : Rev. Elzie Bullard and familyof f
them .*..Y.... YTVTTTTTTTY1 with the Burkharts in Perrine.Mr. Jacksonville attended the 'revival
in recent years among a young
persons and Mrs. C, H. Layfield
Marine and girl who were killed under circum-i I meeting Thursday night
a and family and Vicky ''Hitchin- Prompt Dependable Delivery woo
stances similar to last week's tragedy.We HAMPTON and were supper guests of Mr. ,
very son of Gainesville were supper and Mrs. Ivory Thompson.
cannot help but wonder if the dispropor- guests of the- Raleigh Brannensin Sorry to report that J. C.
tionate number of wrecks at this single cross- Ky Mrs. D. E. 11111.avUVauuuWUU Hampton Friday evening.Mr. Anderson is very ill. Blood don- r PHONE 84 I

ing is the result of mere chance, or are there SOUR SOIL OUR STiBKSTHs .1 and Mrs. Gene Clouse of ors for three pints of blood' will

conditions present that diminish a driver's natural Bradenton and Mrs. Anna Dygartof be greatly appreciated. Otherson
Stork Shower
alertness and his rightful odds for avoid- Soil Conservation Honors Mrs. Allen Herkimer N. Y. via ted Sun- the sick list with flu and virus JOHN A. TORODE JOBBER

ing such collisions? NEWSBy day in Hampton with Mr. and are Lynn Sapp, Carolyn and ,
Mrs. E. D. Allen was honored
shows Mrs. D. E. Hill. Mrs. Dygart is SHELL OIL PRODUCTS
An inspection of the accident scene Bin Haas with a surprise stork shower at and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lewis c
beyond question that hazardous conditions are Soil Conservation Service her home near Hampton on Thurrr Hills.remaining: for a visit with* the and daughter of Starke. u '. ':.' :__ :> _'._-. ._:- :." .

present, and that steps should be taken to elimi- day evening, January 10. Emory, Walter, and Gary Pre-
E. D. Allen spent several days
nate them before more lives are needlessly sacri- The Board of Supervisors for Following opening of gifts, re- vatt of Starke, sons of Mr. and
last week in Tallahassee.
the Bradford Soil Conservation freshments were served to the Mrs. E. M. Prevatt Sr., spent the Thafa Our Business
ficed.Obviously 20 Hostesses Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slade, Jr. week with their ,
the crossing is practically "blind. District held their first meeting guests. were grandparents
If It's
Glass We Hare IU!
along the roadbed to 0: the year at Lloyd Green's J W. Horne and Mrs. D. E. Hill.J. and daughter of Lynn spent last Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins. Mr.
Bushy pine saplings grow CALL WRITE VISIT
home. The Supervisors for this L. Brown moved last week to weekend in Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelly of New or
within inches of the track, and high underbrush the house vacated by the Bob and Mrs. Vernon Slade. River visited the Adkins family
are Foster Shi Smith,
further obscures an approaching train from the chairman; ; Sam McGarvey; Vice Parrishes, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Calvin R. Richard of Arcadia last Wednesday.Mrs. I Joe Peters Glass Co.

view of motorists. Not only are weeds and trees chairman; Lloyd Green, J. B. L. A. Peeples moved into the spent last weekerd here with T. F. Brown and Mrs.

allowed to grow at will, but a large advertisingbillboard ,White+ and Zedra ,Hamilton house vacated by Mr. Brown. Mrs. Richard and daughter at Vernon Slade were Jacksonville FOR ANY GLASS NEED
has been placed in a position directly members; G. T. Huggins, secre- Mr. and Mrs. Darrell BurkharJ the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cerald visitors: last Thursday. We Design Modern Store Fronts

between the road and track as an added obstaclefor tary. The report for 1956 was of Perrine are the parents of a Adkins. Sunday visitors at the Airman 3-c Wm. M. Home arrived Just Mail Us A Pattern for

the motorist driving south'who attempts to read and discussed. Plans were son, Kenneth Lynn, born Sunday, Adkins home were Mr. and Mrs.P. Tuesday on furlough from Table Tops
Jan. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall L. Morris Jr. and son of Amarillo Air Base, Texas. Follow-
look along the track. them- made for 1957, including speak- of Hampton are the grandparents.Mrs. Macclenny,_Mm Carlisle RichardSr. ing a visit at his home here, he 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR. 2.4353
conditions, though bad enough in ing contests, soil stewardship,
These Hall is spending a few weeks ., and Bob Richard of Alachua, will be stationed at Frostproof.
selves, would tend to adversely affect the mental pasture and woodland projects.

attitude of the driver and make him prone to ----- :., v : J VriK ttT. lE% 71 %t '*i% if tf ]
negligence. Approachingcrossing such an uncared for We were discussing the wild- E:&: ;rt5Bml!: iiligtigM i.'-;f11IErl. :DYflFrWF1Ff. VW; W;% ;{ : RWt li2 ::1:Min%&}f n

he would naturally assume that it is life situation with Don Cham-

little used and might continue across it with no pion, Farm Forester for Brad- .

thought of approaching trains. ford County, the other day when "* "I to have
Since the spur track is used so infrequently he stated that we will not havean I want you my ,.
active fire prevention unit
as compared to the main line, it seems to us
in Bradford County until Octo-
that steps should be taken to combat this atti-
ber 1957. He cautioned everyoneto
tude of laxness 'on the part of the driver, and be careful when controlburning. I

insure a greater degree of safety at this cross- "There is no one in the Souvenir

ing. area to come and stand by to !
Trees and underbrush should be removed help you prevent the fire from ,'i'

from the roadbed so that a driver would havean damaging your neighbor's prop- I
unobstructed view of the track for- a safe erty if it gets away from you,"

distance in each direction. View-blocking signs he said. i
should be removed. Some type of signal device Record from

should be placed at the crossing, or since Otis Leach used the Dis-

there are only one or two trains a day over this trict's grain drill to plant some ,:,.
track the crew should be required to flag winter pasture. He also used : .. ;
the, grass seed attachment thatis L f \
down traffic until the train is safely by. on the drill to plant Pensa- __ :
Just because the track is little used, makesit :1
cola Bahia grass seed at the Coke Time"WISH
no less dangerous. Even if there were only one same time he planted his win- !

train a month at that particular spot, proper ter pastures. :Many folks in the (
be taken to insure maxi- attach- L .
precautions should County used the grass I :::i:,
mum safety. ment last year to plant Bahia t

seed with oats, rye, and lupinefor .
winter cover and for the !-1

The Citizen And The Court summer cover they planted mil- 1r :....I
let, crotalaria, and soy trans.
The use of the grass attach- :1
Recently we witnessed an interesting case .
ment saves one complete trip 4 (I'M WALKING BEHIND YOU YOU WERE HERE
in the Bradford County court in which a person over the field. :
in an attempt to befriend a prisoner, became 4 K UV LADY OF SPAINDOWNHEARTED OUTSIDE OF HEAVENI'LLNOLD X

enmeshed in the law and was himself .found i L > YOU IN MY HEART
Bub Carter used the District'schopper ; *
guilty of contempt of court. to chop his fields be- v _
think, be- .
mention, we
The instance deserves
fore turning them. Roy Clemons, .
cause it illustrates a general lack.of understanding who farms in the Heilbronn : \ :-
of the basic processes of law and the part Springs community also used vvMdx :* Sy1'tv

that a private citizen may take in them. the chopper in his fields before 'l

Most of us, of course, are familiar with the turning the ground.

more obvious aspects in which law enforcement -

officers in the form of the sheriff and his deputies George Brown says he had 1I. = ..

have the responsibility of arresting law- three-fourths of an inch of water ,-

breakers and bringing them before the judge in his rain-gauge the other
I. C.
ahd jury for trial. The county prosecutor or day. Don't get excited. George :: : : V .1V : ,;.
state's attorney serves the interest of the peopleby thinks his son Johnny wa; the k '. ,

presenting the .case against the person rainmaker.vywv..aaYY..Y..I. 9t.

charged. The defendant hires. an attorney to present ,

his case and, if he is financially unable to

employ counsel, the court provides this for him. LONG BRIDGE only

The state must prove the defendant guilty -. AND NEW RIVER .

to early English history, when the
contrary VVW YOURS THIS EASY WAY! Six favorites' :
defendant had the burden of proving himself .innocent Mrs. E. A. Sapp V }
you've heard Eddie sing on "Coke Time" now on one
AAAAAAAA""A"""....".!.". them and hear them
Where does the private citizen who wishesto -------------- :?:. :%.: record.You'll want to play again

aid charged with a crime fit into Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson w.::},'}, and again! And you can! Purchase Coca-Cola at your
a person the hiring of visited their sister and hus >t favorite store and get the special coupon for this offer
this picture? He do this by
may furds band Mr., and Mrs. John C. : r on every package. Fill it in and mail it with 25t: Your
the best legal talent, and by providing r
for bringing out all the facts to insure Cooper in Jacksonville last Sat record will be sent to you promptly.. .a prize addition

necessary trial. urday and Sunday. $ to your collection. "Bring home the Coke! and !.
fair and
the defendant a Lavenderand 4 ,
Mr. and Mrs. James y \
send foryour record today'Standard !
But he must not simply decide for himself children spent Saturday

that the person accused is either guilty or in- night! and Sunday with James RCA Victor extended play 45 rpm

nocent and then go about as a private detective parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. 7-inch record-not available in music stores.

investigating the circumstances of the offense Lavender, of Jacksonville.Mrs. .

and attempt to influence witnesses or take any Nan Merrit and son,
To do Ralph, Mrs. Fronie Moody, and !
other private and unauthorized action. a :' .i'ra: !
and jury, both, Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Sapp at .x:{. 2. )i :'?";2'stc), :
so, is to constitute himself judge ,
tended the funeral of James :::: V
and to already delegated by the
last Sunday
Hersey at Theressa :
people to properly constituted officials. afternoon. ,

What makes the recent instance all the more Mrs. Flora Belle Nettles and :t{J r

unfortunate is that at least one of the principals son. Elbert, visited Mr. and Mrs. ".'.,:.M' V.
involved was motivated by an urge to help Elbert Mann in Ocala last week t "BRING HOME THE COKE"Nothing

someone in trouble. While sympathizing with ..
end.Mrs. :! like that real i,
his motives, at the same time we clearly rec- Marv Snowden left Friday ri4 i great
ognize, in the eyes of the court, the weaknessof for a few days' visit with taste, that bright little lift,
his position. her daughter Mrs. Ethel John .il to put you at your sparkling H

Private citizens should bear in mind that sonin Gainesville. via t best! 50 million tunes a day ii .

there are ways and means of helping individualsin Mrs. Onie Raulerson. Mrs. Ex- ; .:: / somebody somewhere v
Johnson and Mrs. Wilma ::: for refreshment
extend cell pauses
trouble, but these must not across .J -
Hufstetler of RYford were Monday with Coca-Cola.
the line into an area where they may be inter- '.,fi .
dinner guests of Mrs. Albert
preted as obstructing justice. When a criminalcase Moodv. c JI,
comes to trial it is brought in the name Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Sapo visit '::<<<<;;l

of the State of Florida against the defendant. It ed. Mr. and Mrs. Dempsev Sapp li X,

is not'simply a matter of one individual against Gainesville Friday night and I .:.:.,.x..... f

another. Therefore, a" third party must bear this Saturday.Mr. ;1:: 6

in mind and not set himself or herself up in and Mrs. Jonnie Yar- &: Nru / I /
the position of interfering with the State in trough of Raiford visited' Mrs :i !

its administration of justice., Emily Moody last Sunday after fIRegularSize

i7.5 5 SZ525" noon.Mrs.. Minnie Granevr and Vir-. .f

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH pil Finns visited William Granger King-Size y '

EST. 1079FLOklDA in Gainesville last Sunday. s -'

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FRIDAY JANUARY 18. 1957 BRADFORD PAGE THREEIvvvvvvvvnvvnvvvvvvve

Mrs. S. P. Williamson- and family Hiatt family.Mr. Dan Starling. and the Primary Department, I. I. I' .,. ',' -' -
.. .. '
Cutshawwere spec1al'feature at the '- --
of Gainesville. and Mrs. Leslie' Phillipswere Rev. and :Mrs. G. E. was a < =
and Sunday dinner guests' of PTA meeting in the school last
LAWTEYjy \ Allan Hart and family and Sunday night Monday
Mrs. Nancy Keene visited Mr. guests of the 0. J. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore. Rev. Tuesday evening. After transacting
Cutshaw the speaker business, refreshments of
was guest
Mrs. Joyce T. Futch and Mrs. J. W. Hart in Bell family. '
Church. home made cake and drinks
the First
last weekend. They attended Mt. Mrs. J. fL Hinson of Jack- at Baptist
A Lonnie Dobbs of Alabamawill were served. The sixth grade
Olive Church in Lake City on sonville spent Saturday with
and Mrs. Fred Cannon Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Johns and fill the pulpit for both services .won the room count.
on Jan. 20. All are cordially Little :Marjorie Stone is at A PCOFFEEPICIlb
and daughter of Live Oak have and Mrs. Norman Hamilton Ronald Kimbrell.
invited to attend these services. her home after having spent
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Ar-
recently moved here and are of Jacksonville were Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish several days in Bradford County
occupying the Kelly rental house. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.H. wood and family of Cuba are,, I
the weekend with Mr. Hospital with pneumonia.-
Mr. Cannon is employed at the H. Mamilton.Mr. visiting Mrs. Arwood's parents,)i spent
and Mrs. J. 0., Pons and familyin :Mrs. C. W. Buff and two granddaughters
State Farm. Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Carter.
and Mrs. G. P. Thompson Tallahassee. of. Jacksonville were
Mr. and Mrs. Webb Kerseyand of Ocala were weekend Milton Clarke and family of Herald Johnson formerly of Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.C. .

family of Starke were Sun-: guests of the R. C. Bryants. Mr. Macclenny > spent Sunday. with Lawtey and Madison, recently R. Whitehead and daughters.We .
the B. Thomas
day evening' guests of the Paul Thompson returned home Sunday D. family.Mr.
and Mrs. H6ward Normanand spent a 15-day furlough with his are sorry to-report that
Bennetts. but Mrs. Thompson remained brothers Jimmy and Shirley Mrs. Ed Durban fell from a
daughter were Sunday din-
Earl Padgett of Tallahassee for a longer visit. ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, and their families, and truck Monday afternoon.' The
visited Mr. and Mrs. Erlie Pad- Mr. and ,Mrs. L. S. Tanner Johnny Aquair and daughter in his fiance, :Miss Ann Elder, of extent of her.injuries had not
gett and family last weekend. and family had as Sunday guestsMr. Jacksonville. Kingsley Lake. He left Saturday been determinded at press time.
Mrs.: Mattie Henderson and the and Mrs. L. C. Smith of to resume his duties at Fort Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts
Friends of Ressie
Colonel Norsworthy family were Jacksonville, and the Johnny Jackson, S. C. He was driven to spent Sunday in Deland with
regret to learn that he is
in Jacksonville Sunday to see Bennett family of the State Jacksonville by DeWayne and Mr. and Mrs. Monso Tatum and
a patient in Bradford County I I
Louis Smart and Mr. and :Mrs. Farm. Hospital.Mr. Ann Elder. ,Mrs. Pearl WhitneL .

Carl Smart O. L. Linsen of Starke was and Mrs. James Anders Mr. and Mrs. George Shuford
:Mr. and Mrs. M. McDonaldand had the week-
guest speaker at the Methodist o: Palatka were Sunday dinner as guests during
daughter of Jacksonvillewere end Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starlingand
Church Sunday morning.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. a
Sunday guests of Mrs. Lulu The Ed Carter family had as Anders.________ -family and Mr. and Mrs.
Dorit and F. A. n Floyd Denmark, all of Jackson-
Sunday guests Mrs. Nick Pope, The Winton Parrish family
Mrs. Susie Prevatt. who Mrs. Robert Meyers and daughter moved last Wednesday to the ville.Mrs. CIRCLE > t. <
staying at the home of her Sam Hicks is visiting her CQFFEC1lb
of Jacksonville, and Mr. and State Farm, where Mr. Parrishis COffEE
daughter, Mrs. W. P. Kemp Jr. son-in-law and daughter, :Mr.
Mrs. Elbert Carter of Clay HilL We are to
employed. sorry ALL COLDS
heart at- .
in Starke suffered a and Mrs. Floyd Martin in Day-
tack last Saturday. The Rowell Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginbotham lose this family from our .com- SYMPTOMS AT ONE TIME...

Prevatt family visited her Sat- of Maxville were Saturday munity. tona.A musical presentedby IN LESS TIME! ITS THE
of the G. W. Jr. is workingthis program
evening guests Steve Starling I MEDICINE
urday afternoon.Mr. members of the Glee Club
Sapp family. week in- Cocoa.
and Mrs. Leon Brewer .
Mrs. E. N. Shiver of Panama Miss Mary Jane Clark visited
and family of Keystone spent ] bag c bag
Sunday with the Otis Brewer City, and Mrs. Sid Beach and Miss Patricia Parrish at the I 91 9ScI
family. family of St. Louis. Mo. were State Farm on Sunctey.

Mrs. Joe Napier and baby of weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Starling left Wednes-
Jacksonville were Sund. guestscf Doyle Eubanks.Mr. day for Norfolk, Va. after spend- HUNDRED '

the Bennett Wilkerson family. and Mrs. J. C. Higginbotham ing a 5-day leave with his mother -

Congratulations to Mr. and and daughter of Maxville Mrs.J. Pearl D. Clark Starling.The family. spent of details are managed and economic I GOOD NEWS FOR VACUUM PACKED COFFEE LQVERS!

Mrs. Rufus of their Prevatt daughter on ,the Cindy arrival and were Mrs.weekend Nathan guests Starling.J. of. Mr. Sunday in Starke with Mr. and ally attended that only a trained and,, vacuum packed '-Ibcan A Ac

Mrs. Perry Newsom. careful organization can attend when
Elaine at St. Vincent's Hospital. i. R. McAteer of Virginia
Mr. ana Mrs. James Griffis the urgent n d for serving is at
Beach, Va. visited his family at
were fishing in Crystal Riverlast hand.
Mrs. Margaret Kelly and Mr. the N. P. Hicks home this week-
!' weekend. 4
and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited end. :Mr. McAteer is being trans-
Mrs Joyce; Futch and Ralph
Mr, and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson ferred to Naval Air Station in
and :Mr. and :Mrs. Benton Futch
and the E. L. Kelley's at New Jacksonville.Miss and son helped Terry Futch cele- DeWITT C. JONES TENDER
River on Sunday. Juanita Fanning spent .
brate his 16th birthday anniver- Phone 1 Starke Fla.
Mr and Mrs. J. O. Raulersonof Sunday with Miss Lynnette Dixson .
with a dinner at the home
Jacksonville spent Sunday in Brooker.Mr. sary Funeral Director
of Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futchin
with Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and Mrs. Carl Mosely and SWEET GOLDEN
Starke on Sunday. Our local funeral hOme
and Joan. son are now living in Miami. u to offer convenience and
Mrs. Carl Kirtsinger Sr. of
Mrs. Mae Wells attended a I Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bradley. services not otherwlM available.We .
Chattahoochee, and Mr. and
Postmaster Convention at Lake I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Griffis ..
:Mrs. Carl Kirtsinger Jr. of the 66, rl
City on Sunda and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Williams Les Prevatt and family, Dopsy State Farm visited Miss Eliza- turaiafc the highest type service at lowest price, and FOR
of Jacksonville, were Griffis, Mrs. Mary Reddish, Mrs. beth Terry Saturday afternoon.Mr. accept Aft r life 1nurance.pol1CJ in force, Itaaed by ANT Corn S 29CLARGE
: and :Mrs. H. T. Markhamand I
weekend guests of the Ed Dur- Francis Hefferon. Mrs. Joyce family of Gainesville were company aa payment in part or in full on a funeral. ..1
ban family. Futch and Willie Griffis visited Consultation carries BO obligation. I
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Marvin Thompson and Mrs. Laura Griffis in St. Vin-
Mrs. Marjorie Rosier and daughter cent's Hospital during the week.

of Jacksonville were Sunday Mrs. Griffis is improving slowly.Mr. "HANDY
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. H. C. Harley
Roy Griffis. had as guests during the week- FLAME" GAS SERVICECOMPLETE
Mrs. A. E. Phelps of Jacksonville end Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hig- -
spent the weekend with ginbotham of Baldwin, Nelson for
the D. R. Stone family. Mrs. Blocker and sons, and Miss BOTTLED GAS SERVICE FOR E F I 2 19c

Stone carried her home Monday Jackie Harley of Jacksonville. COMMERCIAL HOME OR FARM USE
morning and spent the day shopPing Mrs. A. H. Harley went home '

with the Blockers for a visit. GARDEN FRESH

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rauler The J. T. and Mar !ee Padgett SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY .ISCPOLE

son and daughters had as guests families of Clay Hill were Sun- DIXIE GAS RANGE AS LOW AS $89.95 pound
the weekend Miss Jo
during day guests of Mr. and Mrs. BEANS
Brotherton of Tampa, and the Theodore Crews. 20 GAL. GAS WATER HEATER AS LOW AS $89.95

L. E. Smith family of Marietta Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Smith APPLIANCES OF ALL KINDS
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. King and and family are now living In

with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Tucker

Griffis.Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Campbellhad Mrs.and family Leona Edwards of Fernandina were, Sun-and 218 Temple Ave. phone *3 large size each *8 Ac

as Sunday guests Mr. and day evening guests of the C. B. Lowest Prices Easiest Terms

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FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK Prepaid Expenses _________________________ 51,869.93 FLORIDA BANK -

AT ORLANDO Other Resources ___________________________ 25009.61 AT DELAND QUICK-FROZEN GRADE "A" DRESSED & DRAWN

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U. S. Government Securities ____ 203,749,614.17 .

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Bonds ___________________ 23,078,286.20
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FRIDAY. 1957

I -, '. 111" _' I Joann Pat ray Marries T.-Sgt. James Gassett I,! Luncheon 'ScheduledAt 1 UDC 'Meeting Union Slates

I l 'WSCS"Meeting The W. T.- Weeks chapter j U. g At! usa

D.,C. met with'Mra. E. K. Perry-
There will be a covered dish
man, Frick president of the
Wednesday afternoon Jan.
luncheon and study course at
2, Credit Union
at Hum
the regular business and program "
Mrs. O. L. Haynes, president, Gold Corporation
meeting of the Methodist WSCS an
starting at 10 o'clock Monday presided and Mrs L. G. Powell the 6th annual meet

Gladys Mooty i at the educational building. presented on the program a short held in the L'SO build

Phone 35 t Preceding the luncheon Mrs. sketch of the three Confederate Starke at 7:30: o'clock

--- .. T.'.H. Slade will review the study generals whose birthdays fall in night Jan. 26. Door
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course book.Following. January ---: Gen. Robert E. Lee, be given out at 7:30:

Women Give Skit BPW Establishes the luncheon there Gen. Mathew F. Maury, and Gen. consisting of

; will be a short business session 'Stonewall Jackson.'Woodman ham, and all the
Club Meeting"Women Loan Fund For GirlsA
At with, Mrs. C. D. Williams presid- will be serves after

50 Years Ago" was revolving loan fund for use '!'f'I I Circle'Members .

the skit presented on the "This by young women entering the ing.WMU of the C-edit

Woman's World" radio take-off employment field for the first ..: f" Circles Meet of the Supreme For- the Trail Ridge and
Woodman Circle will meet at
program at the Starke Woman's time and who need a small loan s plants are urged to at

Club Wednesday afternoon'of last to tide them over until pay day, The Doris Knight Circle- of [the home of Mrs. T. C. Chastainin ville.'t officers will be elected

week. was established by the local BPW the First Baptist WMU, Mrs. Hampton, Tuesday night at to the by-iaw
7:30. All members are asked to
The program, under the American Club at ita meeting Monday nightof Charles Darby, leader, met Mon- attend. presented and voted a:1.
Plans will be made for
Home Department was in last week. It was explainedthat #, day night, Jan. 14, at the homeof for 1956 will .i*<>
A the district iJ and fi state conventionin
charge of Mrs. L. W. Mathews, commercial teachers often Mrs. H. G. Bollinger. The ;, .
chairman, and Mrs. P. B. Beard, refer girls to job opportunities, business meeting was conductedby y

co-chairman. The amusng! skit which they are sometimes unableto Mrs. Darby. Mrs. Nat Dankel l, man gave an interesting _book Birth;

was taken from a Ladies Home accept because of lack of I program chairman, gave the de- review, 'Jon ".{span Advances."

Journal published 50 years ago money necessary for the first votional. The speaker Mrs. H. Meeting Closed'with prayer. Refreshments County HospitU:

and ,was entitled "Miss Dimwit- month's living expen s. rM L. Hough, gave an interestingtalk were, served by the the following births

tie's Finishing School for Young President Della Rosenberg an- on tithing. The circle was hostess Mrs J. D. Seymour as- Mrs. Enoch Crews,

Ladies. Those taking part were nounced a District 3-4 meeting x honored in having ,Mr and Mrs. sisted by co-hostess l Mrs. H. B. a son, Enoch Wayne

Mrs. Carl Mathews, Mrs Louis to be held at the Ponce de Leon Weisner, missionaries from Bra- Hamilton. '

Hillendahl, Mrs. H. H. McCon- Hotel in St. Augustine on Jan. zil to show slides of Brazil. The Mrs. William Lamar

dichie, and Mrs. L. W. Mathews.Mrs. 20 and members will meet at meeting was adjourned and re-
The Dora Alderman Circle, a son, Jimmy La-
F. B. Beard served as nar- the post office at 8:30 on that i freshments served by the hos-
rator on the broadcast and they Mrs Nora Patray announces Mrs. Gassett is a graduate of tess. Mrs. H. A. Lawson, leader, met 12.

were accompanied by Mrs. K. morning.The made to the the marriage of her daughter, Bradford High School and is now Tuesday afternoon at the'homeof Mrs. William Howard

annual award Joann, to T. Sgt. James H. Gas- employed at Pepper Printi.1g'Co: Mrs. Dora Alderman. The Waldo, a daughter,
G. Duncan at the piano, who Ethel
with the highest Biggs Mrs. J. '
played the theme Senior girl sett, son of Mrs. M. L. Johns in Gainesville. I meeting was opened with a Lynn, Jan. 13.Men's .
song. commercial W. Ritch leader met
scholastic average in Sr, on Dec. 28 in Folkston, Ga. T. Sgt. Gassett also attended Monday prayer by Mrs,. Alderman. ,Mrs.
Mrs. C. L. Scholl, president,
discussed, and an- night at the home of Mrs.
subjects was The accompanied BHS and recently re-enlisted in Lawson
couple was by gave the devotional anda
presided over the meeting, and nouncment of this will be made Mr. and Mrs. Davis Gassett the U.S.A.F. and is sta- Harrington. The business was ville.ALVAREZ'I
now talk by Mrs. Lawson. Mrs.
Miss tional.Clara It was Leaman announced gave the that devo-the n the high school bulletin.A :brother and sir.ter-in-law of the tioned at Bark 1ale AFB in conducted by the leader. A very Alderman, -assisted by Mrs. I. ST()RE Clothing 1111
of interesting talk on "Home Mission Established IBM
Department of Health of the club report on the meeting groom. Shreveport, La. E. Clark, served refreshments. I I'SUPER
the district nomination committeeheld Fields" was given by Mrs.E.
will be in charge of the Heart
in Jacksonville last Sunday A. Hall. Plans were made to I
Campaign for Bradford County v-
afternoon was given by Desta have a study course. Refresh-
which will be conducted in Feb-
Dyal. Starke has no candidatethis s ments were served by the hos-
ruary. Mrs. W. L. Blair and
tess Mrs. Harrington.Helen .
Mrs. Paul McLendon of the State year. .JJ

Farm were voted into the club Hostesses for the meeting were 1 .,p

as new members. The May Day I Madge Middleton and Florence B. Beard Masters leader,Circle met', Tuesdayafternoon Mrs. F SPECIAL FOR '57

Breakfast committee was an-j Jennings. a.- ---
at the hometof Mrs.
nounced with Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Whew!. Such a whirlwind. for
duty in the Far East .. Maxie Carter Sr. Devotional waS
chairman, and Mrs. H. B. Peyton, ElectedThe
in I of activity should certainly put Prissy will return home this given by Mrs. R. A. Green., And,
co-chairman charge the polio drive over with a bang weekend... .1' the business session was
During the social hour, refresh- choir Members of the ... Benefit coffees .
teas are
John and
Sonja Anderson and by the leader. A very Interesting -
served entertained
ments were by the hos- First Baptist Church held
being almost every day son, Johnny, will move to Cocoa talk on tithing was
tess committee Mrs.
: George members and guests at supper
with Mrs. Barefoot
I P. Katie this weekend, where John has given by Mrs. Green. Meeting
chairman, Mrs. Loyree Tuesday night at the Garden
Hartmann, Mrs. Floyd Wiggins Wainwright, and Nelle Nollman been transferred by Florida Power was adjourned 'with prayer by
Restaurant. 95UP
Mrs. Orie Wiggins, Mrs. Guy I i i the fol- being hostesses so far at their & Light Co. .. On Wednes- Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Refresh- $
After singing
group homes .. .
Andrews, Mrs. E. S. Beebe, Mrs.I I lowing officers were elected: respective Hazel Mat- day, Patsy Silcox and Marilyn ments were served by the hos-
thews and Ted Johns will be
H. A. Bishop, Jr., Mrs. H. G. Paul Raymond president; Mrs. Roberts gave a farewell bridge- tess.
joint hostesses at cof-
a polio
Bollinger, Mrs. DeWitt Sinclair, Mrs. luncheon for Sonja, with two' --
Ned Yancey, vice-president;
fee in the home of the latter
Mrs. E. D. Tenly, Mrs. W. H. tables of bridge .. Hear that Daisy Fowler Circle, Mrs. B.
Edmond secretarytreasurer
next week, and others will also
Graham and Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr. librarian ,Sonja had issued invitations forJohnny's T. Thomas leader, met Tuesday ,
Mrs. L. F. Dinkins,
; be coming ... The teen-
up birthday party to be afternoon at the home of Mrs.

Variety Show agers have been selling peanutsand held Tuesday, but he came down Dave Silcox. Devotional was giv-
.1' Committees named were: Tele- suckers on Call Street for
with mumps and festivities had en by Mrs. Cula Coran followed
phone committee Mrs. Paul the past two weeks, and are now
All members of the Junior to be postponed .. Billy Smith with prayer by Mrs. L. D.
Raymond, Mrs. L. D. Haines planning a Citrus Day sale .. .
will receive his
Woman's Club who are workingon BSBA degree at Haines. Business session was
and Miss Jean Mundy. Choir The Hi-Y Club is
running a
the variety show or are interested U of F commencement exercises, presided over by the leader. A
Robes Mrs. Guy Sale. "road block" at the
on 301 high
Jan. 26.
are urged to attend a very interesting talk on mis-
The new director, Carl Rob- school (motorists are topped'
meeting at the home of Carolyn Bob and Marilyn Firth and sions and tithing was given by
erts, was introduced by Paul and asked to contribute).. The
Marco on Thursday, Jan. 24, at family have moved into their Rev. L. D. Haines. Meeting ad-
Raymond. Independent (town) basketball CHAS.
7:30: p. m. lovely new home at 535 N. Cherry journed with prayer. Refresh-
tean played benefit for
a game
St. .. The new Draw-Tite ments were served by the hos-
i the fund Wednesday night ...
office tess. '
and warehouse building,
and the March of Dimes ball is
which Bob manages and, which
planned for Feb. 2. .. Marchof
;, u. w Y Dimes Queen candidates are will be next door to their home, 'I Lorena Epperson Circle, Mrs.F. ,. STARKE, FLORIDA : c. ,
a". y orr is three-fourths complete .. J. Shaw leader met Tuesday
Lu Green Paulk Flora i
Sylvia I
Bill Jackson, Hugh Ingram, Bob i afternoon at" the home of, .Mrs. RADIO TELEVISION S SEAT COVERSITS .'
Slade, Lavora Capps, and Sue .
: Firth, James Hobbs," and Lee James 'L Wis. The' business .'. ti .
r Ella Chastain .. With all this: rO -
and Ray Oyer enjoyed a fiShingtrip 'meeting conducted by the leader
going on, if the drive doesn't go
off Cedar Key last week- and the devotional by Mrs.'Free-
over the top, I miss my guess. ., I -
end ... Gil Newcomb underwentan man Register Sr. A very inter-
Irene and Paul Faulkner and
emergency appendectomy at esting program' was given by ,
Lucille and Lucian Conner, who y
Bradford Mrs. F. J. Shaw and Mrs.
County-Hospital ,in the F. F.
were married in a double wed-
wee hours of Tuesday morning Flume. Meeting adjourned with
6 w. ding ceremony, Jan. 8, 1946,
h .. Sorry to hear that Dr: Mark prayer by Mrs. Arch Thomas Sr.
celebrated their 11th anniversary
Herlong is ill in Bradford Hos I Refreshments were served by
Tuesday night of last week witha
pital.. the hostess assisted by Mrs. UNLAWFUL
dinner at the Garden Restau-.
\ iK
v Arch Thomas Sr.
Betty Sherwood (who helps
rant .. Nice to see Mike Gold-! '
:Mama Priest at -
wire receive a Pepsi Cola merit
I Stephen Prevatt, John and L. J. Ida Darby Circle, Mrs. H. M.
award on television Monday
i Kite Jr., and David Silcox all Hatcher Jr. leader met Thurs-
night, and Archie Green was also -'
had mumps last week .. Peg- day morning at the home of
award winner several
an is Mrs. J. H. DuPree. Business For Any Person Persons to in
p4 weeks ago .. Prissy Nazworth'. list gy Yancey and little also Leonard on the Conner mumps meeting was presided over by or Engage

flew! to Fort Lewis, near Seattle;
4, had them last week and the leader. A message, on stew-
Wash. last Sunday to see husband -
Y5g. e 6 .. ed 'em on to his daddy, Glen ardship was given by Rev, L. D.
Pvt. Cary Nazworth, who Business Under A Fictitious Name Unless
will set sail the end of this week Conner, who is confined to the Haines. Co-hostess Mrs. Harry

U of F infirmary ... Stevie Rabb. Refreshments served by

V Register has the chix pox '.. .. Mrs. DuPree.

W p N0 Hear that Sylvia Paulk sang six The Name Is Registered '

numbers over WGGG, Gainesvilleduring Lottie Moon Circle, Mrs. Leola

4c .DARK the March of Dimes mar- Roberts leader, met Monday

athon last Saturday night ,c.. night at the home of Mrs. J. D.
: *tW W TARKE FLA. Linda Johns and Gail Duke of I Seymour. The meeting was open-

$ FSU spent the weekend with ed with prayer by Mrs. W. B.

r, Mundy president of the WMU. ,-
SUN. MON. TUES. the S. R. Johnses ... -
On the small fry list was given by
a\ casualty\ :

JAN. 20-21-22 Mike Ratliff, 3, fell from a program chairman, Mrs. A. R. Read This Florida
Norman. Law"It
DOUBLE FEATURE front porch trellis and had to Meeting was presidedover

RUN FOR THE SUN have several stitches taken in by the leader. Mrs. Nori -

his chin ., Stan Taylor, 8, shall be unlawful for
SUPERSCOPE any person or persons, a* defined hertta, to

Richard Widmark, Trevor Howard I broke his arm Tuesday while engage in business as herein defined, under a fictitious name as herein de
playing at school! ., Inez
and Jane Greer Green entertained on Archie's fined, without and unless said fictitious name shall be registered with the

PLUSFrontier 17th .birthday anniversary Tues- I Q 1 vh clerk of the circuit court of the county where the principal place of business

Gambler day with a dinner party for Is, with registration shall consist of filing with the clerk aforesaid
a4t him and eight friends an
r/tltlfft.v -
; I JUNIOR John Bromfield, Coleen Gray, I Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rouse of signed by all interested persons, stating under oath the names of

Kent Taylor 'and Jim Davis Proctorsville, Vt. are occupyingthe all those interested in the business enterprise, the extent of the in

8..n in SEVENTEEN and en 'THE BIG PAYOFf'-CBJ-TV. Plus Color Cartoon for Sauls cottage at 614.E. Lake terest of each, and the fictitious name under which said business is carriedon.

... The Howard Osteens have
moved into Said registration may not be made until the person or
Sugar Scoop Spells Romance the cottage at 308 persons desiring

WED. THURS. JAN. 23-24 South St ... to engage in business under a fictitious name shall have advertised his or
Drift!y and dreamy as a Strauss Waltz Vicky Vaughn Empire .
J. E. and their
Shirley Tomlinson intention to register said
bouffant lace-traced sweet and high with its own floating cloud 1 DOUBLE FEATURE have rented the Dankel Checked In fictitious name at least once a week for four
oi skirt. Lustrous as a real pearl in Ameritex Lenosheen, Eves 1 THE BLACK SLEEPBasil ment at 450 W. Madison, for- (4) consecutive; weeks in some newspaper as defined bylaw In the county

glaze combed cotton sateen, washable and crease-resistant. Lus merly occupied by Tommy and CHECKING will facilitate where said registration is to be made, and said registration shall not be

deus shades of powder blue pink sand or yellow. Sizes 7'01; Lon Chaney Rathbone, John, Akim Carradine Tamiroff and, Aliese Harding ... Tommy recently identification but, remember accepted by the clerk of the circuit court. except upon receiving proof of

re-enlisted and is sta- furs and jewelry too may be such publication.
g.95 Bela Logos tioned at Moody AFB, Valdosta
"th ked out" by a thief.
PLUS Ga. .. Aliese will join him
Even at home they'may not

MEN'SSHOE HIGH TECHNICOLORJohn LONESOME livan there..Sarah, in and the Chambers Edna next Stone,week Dolly attended or Sul so[ 'disaster.be safe from Fire or other If you are engaged in business under any name

Barrymore, Jr. a. Revlon show in G'ville Tuesday i-

SALEValues Plus Cartoon For. Kids ... Add to the Royal Order Double-check the protectionof other than

cf Beard Sprouters: Jim Chas- Hartford your valuables!,about Ask this the your own, and have not had this name

FRI., SAT., JAN. 25-26 teen.. Ray Stone, Jim Lewis,. Bill agency .

Graham, Claude Crowson, ,,and Jewelry-Fur Floater Policy.

DOUBLE FEATURE Cecil Douglas ... If the Centennial i- properly advertised and registered will be
To 99 we
Francis Joins the Wacs doesn't hurry and cmqethis "u ,

Donald O'Connor Julia Adams, town is going to look like a : .

8.95 Chill Wills and Mamie Van Doren convention of the House of David $.4.
... glad to give all Information
you necessary to
*, With Francis, the Talking Mule '' AMY ", as
NowBOBBINS' So longsee you In. the ... ,
PLUS next .

r Rails Into LaramieTECILNICOU R Carolyn H. C M Agency what you should do.BRADFORD .

John Payne Marl Blanchard and Garden Club BoardThe Phone: 146

DEPT STORE Dan Duryea Starke Garden dub ,
executive -
Plus Serial Chap. No. 2 board will meet Thursday -200 E. Can Street COUNTY TELEGRAPH

Color Cartoon For Kids evening, ,Jan. 24, at 7:30 o'clockat SUrke Fla. ..

'THE STORE OF VALUES"1'i. the home of }frs. J. D. Doyle.

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__ -- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawson I Mr. and. Mrs. M. C. Thomas 957. Notice .
'I i -.1-i- v- rJ-rra Mrs. Tomlinson' To AppearTo of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or Lakeland spent Tuesday: and have returned to Niles, Mich I (OFFICIAL.SEAL) : Harold Tramm, whose resident or before the 18th day of February.
I Charles A. Darby. < .1957 otherwise the allegations of
and address is: 1040 Sunsetnoulevard. ;
Wednesday withIr.. and :Mrs. after spending the holidays with Dies At Home As Clerk of Said Court Los Angeles California. said Complaint will be taken .1
H. A. Lawson. his mother, Mrs. Mallory Thomas. By Marian L.. Crosby. Deputy Clerk You are hereby notified that a suit confessed by ypu.
Chas. R. Hess, 204 Guaranty Life I "
I Mr. and Mrs. David Reid and With Mrs. Thomas on Christmas Bldg.. Jacksonville 2. Florida. for divorce I 1Ils notice shall be publishes
once each week for four
dcnaIN son of Jacksonville were Sunday were, her eight children, and Hear Melrose \ttys. for PIT. j184t 2/8 above has been named filed Court against and you cause In and the weeks In the Bradford County consecutive Te!..

visitors of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. their families. This is the first -, you are, required to serve a copy of graph.
( APPEAR your answer or pleading to the Dated this lth day of. January.
Carpenter. time they have all been together Mrs. Gertrude Holden Tomlinson I. Circuit Court Bradford C.Mty. complaint on the Plaintiff 1957.

ThC NEWS Mra ,R. M. Lee and childrenof since 1941. While here, M. C. 65. resident tof Swan Lake Mary Florida A. IB Tramm Ckcaecry., Plaintiff, Attorney Joseph K. Skipper. 221 (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby
vs. Florida Title _
m- Building. Jacksonville
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Gainesville spent Sunday with and family visited St. Augustine, near Melrose died Saturday Harold Tramm Defendant. 2. Florida
By Marian L, Crosby Deputy Clerk
.._ _- II A her -parents-. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. _Silver-. SDrinffa.-r---o-' and- Steohen-_ mgnt. in. a .local. .Hospital.. follow- .. Case No. 10-1990 and file the original in the office 1/18 4t %/8

I Dowling. ; 1 I 1 Foster Memorial, asit was hisfamily's illness.
ing a
:Mrs. R. J. Davis returned last I :Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Currie and .
month' and son of Jacksonville were' first trip to Florida. Born in Joliet, HL on Oct. 7,
Friday after spending a
Janice of Lake 1
daughter, City
with her son-in-law and daughter. Sunday visitors of :Mr. and :Mrs. Lt. and Mrs. Claude J. Johns 1S91 Mrs. Tomlinson was the .
: were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gene Condensed
Mr. and },Irs.- L. F. Smith, Jr. Maxie Carter, Sr. Long last Jr. are visiting his parents Mr. daughter of the late 'Oscar and Statement of Condition
in DeFuniak Springs. The Smiths :Miss :Mary Dankel of Waycross: When send and Mrs. C. J. Johns at the Elizabeth Mullin Holden. ,.
brought Mrs. Davis home and Ga. spent the weekend with Mr. you State Farm, and also friends and Survivors include her husband THE
I best-lIal1mark Valen-
spent the weekend. They all had and Mrs. N. S. Dankel and family. relatives in AUanta, Ga., and John William Tomlinson of ,
tines at Bullington's.James .
dinner with :Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Mrs. C. W Buff and Brenda Vickery of Jacksonvilleis Ashville and Sylva, N. C. priorto Swan Lake; two brothers, Edward ,KEYSTONE STATE BANK _

Davis, Jr. and family in Gainea-and Connie Hawkins of Jacksonville visiting his son-in-law and leaving for WrightPattersonAir and Albert Holden both of .; .

ville Saturday evening. were luncheon guests Satur- Force Base Ohio, where Lt. Chicago and three sisters, Mrs. ,
daughter, :Mr. and Mrs. D. W. OF
Mrs. C. O. Dupuis and Mrs. day of Mrs Maxie Carter, Sr. Carpenter indefinitely.Mr. Johns will be air' intelligence Dorothy_ Robertson. Mrs. Maude! :

Ernest Alachua were Mrs. Hildabelle Bence and Mrs. officer for the 56th Fighter-In- Kanie and Mrs. Margaret Kriiger '
Huggins of : :'
: ; ; .
and Mrs. Cecil Sewell and I Keystone Heights Florida .
last Friday visitors of :Mrs. Ada Juanita Downing of Jacksonvillewere children of Jacksonville spent the I terceptor Squadron. For the past all of Chicago. '..: ,_-... ...
Alexander and Miss Wilma Alex visiting Mrs.: Etta Hooveron 12 weeks Lt. and Mrs. Johns Funeral services were 'he dat;: .' i.DECEMBER J .
weekend with and Mrs. 31 .
Rep. Djoyle ? 1956
.. .
ander. Sunday. Conner. --- I have been in Wichita Falls,' 2 'p. m. Tuesday in the Paran .. .,-.. ,

Roger Mathews and three sons <0 -., i'. Texas, where he was attending' Baptist Church near Gradin with / -', _
Mr. and Mrs. R. O and -
Dansby I .
and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mathewsof 'son, Mickey, visited Mj..1 arid Mrs. intelligence school at Sheppard the Rev. Underwood officiating. : ,; ; :
Palatka were Sunday visitors Burial followed In Paran Cemetery '
Gainesville Sunday .
in .
Billy Dansby AFB.Mrs. Resources' -
of Mr. and Mrs. W.. E. Dowlingat .,1; H. W. Shipp of Jackson under*direction. DeWittC. ., .
FLORIDA Kingsley Lake. ville Monday with her Jones Funeral Home of
Dianne and Gayle Edwards attended Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wymanof spent Loans and Discounts ------_________________..:_-___::___ 527,771.89 _
Lockhart and Dwight Silvers sister, Mrs. R. A. Newsome.Mr. Starke.

the birthday party of their I of Miami were Sunday visit and Mrs. L. A. Davis were U. Si: Government Obligations -___________________*___ 617579.35
cousin, Pamela Edwards who was CARD OF THANKSTo
fishing at Steinhatchee several
THEATRE ; ors of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hough.
celebrating her seventh anniversary and J. G. Johnson of Dallas, davs,, last week. Other Marketable Bonds -----____ ________ ---- JQ,ooo.OO
friends and relatives -
Sunday afternoon at the H. W.: of Jacksonville our many
home of :Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Among those from out-of-:I Texas were visiting Mr. and \ who so kindly assisted us Cash and Due From Banks ------____-' ________-. __ 154,193.84

FRI. & SAT.. JAN. 18.19 Edwards on Brooklyn Lake. town who attended the funeral and J. G Johnson of Dallas, during the death of our mother,

Mra.: S. L. Peek, Sr. was visiting of Mrs. Drew Reddish Wednesday Texas Mr. and I and to those who offered their Banking House ------------_____________________ 21,566.70
was visiting '
her sister :Mrs. DeWitt C. afternoon of last week were Mrs. F. W. Strickland Wednesday kind words and deeds of sympa; Furniture and Fixtures
on -
Mr. and Mrs. D. Lennon Mrs. ---------- .. 717.515.22
THE FURIOUS STORY OF. .'. Jones, in Gainesville Sunday and thy, and for the beautiful flowers --- --

A LAWLESS > I also] attended the Camellia Show Louise Crenshaw, and Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Strickland and.1 please accept this as a personal Other Assets ------------__-_ ________ 5 9.17
ASL.- i there. Mrs. D. C. Lennon Jr., all of: thanks you.--The daughters
WEST! lg; Deland, Mr. and Mrs. F. Fletcher children were visiting her par. I:: of Mrs. Fannie B. Meads: Mrs.
---- !
ents Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Moyerin
of Ocala, and Mr. and Mrs Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. Lois Hughes, Mrs. Sallie Wyle Total ----------------__________________________ 1379176.17
Gene Kelly of Zephryhills. Mrs. Gertrude Slade.
Hall and
E. L. Matthews and
Mrs. B. T. Stroud of Jack
Crosby CemeteryLots
daughter Betsy and Mrs. W. -E.
sonville spent Saturday to Wed- ('\LL FOR BIDS
Middleton were visiting Mrs.: Bids will\ be received by J
with Mrs. J. H.
4 A J GLIMNLANGAN Cleaned I Mae Jones in Jacksonville Wed- the City Council of the City of Liabilities
j .
I Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Dover of Starke at the City hail In Starke "- .r
0. \ Minn. arrived Wednes- nesday. Florida, until 7:30 o'clock P.M. on "

t WHALENgjKHHIFOIBES MKHAH And MaintainedFor Hibbing day to ,spend the remainder of MV. and Mrs. I. H. Hazen and Tuesday which time, February and place 5. A.D.all bids 19a7.received at- Capital Stock ----------__________1___-____;_J____..;.__ $ 50,000.00
S '
I the winter with Mr. and Mrs.F. children, of Jacksonville were will\ be publicly opened and = 0"--" JL
following: : _
.the == 40000.00
read aloud. on --------------- -
Mc- --------------------
Reasonable and Mrs. A.E. -.r-
Mr. ,
P. Flume. visiting 9 Fire Hydrants Standard .

Annual FeeCONTACT Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hendrixof Kinney on Sunday.Mr. [ model< ,414steamer with 2 2f nozzle nozzle with and Undivided Profits -_______________-___________________ 10,995.45
Waycrosa and Milton Dill and Mrs. A. J. Corey and 1 6" mechanical joint shoe. .

of Jacksonville spent the weekend family of Lake City were week-" 18 6" Gate valves -mechani-Double Unearned Discount ________________________________ 14,423.44

with..___ their_ Barents... __ __, Mr. and end guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. ,disc.a1 -Inlnt Non-rising both ends stem- 200 lbs.
Mrs. J. P.n Dill.-n I. Mersereau. rk pressure: Deposits ________________________-' ______________ 1,263,757.28Total
the right
in Miami The said city reserves
& was
Everett McKinney
of Savannah reject any or all bids.
Mrs. C. W. Denny tQ accept or
I. P. ShepherdBox on business this week. City of Starke. FloridaBy
Diitribvtct b|LEO MODUCIIOHSPLUS Ga. is visiting Mr. and Burns spent the : Carl Johns. City Clerk -----------________________________________ 1,379,176.17MODERNIZE
I Mrs. W. H. Nollman. Mrs. Edward 1/18 3t %/1 .

862, Starke, Fla. I Mrs. Enid Kelly and Mrs. Bessie .- weekend with Col. and Mrs. H.:! 1. ===
in St. Augustine. She > CALL FORBIDS
C. Wall
Phone 420-J of Raiford and Mrs.
Sapp Sealed Bids will be received by
Effie Johns were shopping in was accompanied home by Mrs.J. the City Council of the City of -.=
I E. Wilson who had spent the Starke at the City Hall in Starke
last Thursday.
Gainesville ,,.until 7:30 o'clock P.M. on :
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sapp and past week with the Walls. I Tuesday February 5, 1957 A.D.,' at OFFICE

/ daughter of Palatka were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchins which time will be and publicly place all opened bids and received YOUR EQUIPMENT 1

visitors of Mr. and \!rs. Carl and family spent Sunday at I read aloud. on the follwlng:
Mr. and Mrs. i 5000 feet of 6" mechanical 'Joint
L. Johns. Hawthorne visiting
I I I' -Class': 150 -Tarcoated enamel
Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williamsand II. V. Hutchins when the first I' lined AWWA Federal specifications -
1 Misses Frances and Idell birthday anniversary of little I AVWP-42221-A, and all :?
with necessary fittings: You spend most of your waking hours in your
Landrum spend the weekend : Paul Hutchins Jr. was celebra- 15 6"x6"x6" Tees -' .

Mrs. J. F. Rogers in Jacksonville. ted.Mrs. 15 5 -- 6"6"x6"Tapped Crosses 2" Plugs -_ -1== office. Why not have it as pleasant and attractive -

;;- -;; ; i Drew and Donna Ratliff spent I O. L. Beasley spent the The said city reserves the rightto .

the weekend with their grand- weekend in Tampa with Mr. I accept or of reject Starke.any FloridaBy or all bids. / : as your home. You will be surprised at the

parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Rat- and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe. City: Carl Johns, City Clerk :
increased will
liff in Jasper. 1/18 3t 2/1 efficiency new equipment
When you care enough to send '." .
When you best-Hallmark care enough to Valentines send- the very best-H lmark Valentines NOTICE TO APPEAR : bring to your office. l-- *. .1' : '
the ..
very at Bullington's.Keystone In Circuit Court. Bradford Conntr. '-
at Bullington's. Florida i In Chanrery. .
Carl Whelchel. Plaintiff, vs. Isabel S.
Richard Carter and Mrs.
Mrs. .i.\

.J. R. Kelly were shopping in* Bank ,[.Whelchel.i ju;;' Defendant.. Case No. 191996NotIeeT.lApPear # ., ,.-'; :- :

& !Jacksonville last Thursday. .' n. V 1..1 'LLA', _...VAC*A Y.>AC1_ EXECUTIVE V .
isaoei nneicnei 'HW=B evidence :
l.P' '
CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON I I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas I ofeslncreases I 'Is Gaffnay. South Carolina, f 4STENOGRAPHER'S \ -
and daughter, Kathleen visited and whose address is: lit. 6, Gaff- ,
"The new .'Family AutomobilePolicy' Mm. Irene Roberts in Palatka on nay You are hereby notified that a DESKS
: Sunday. F. M. Walrath Jr. was elected I suit for divorce
includes broadened the been filed against you In the
chairman of the board of ha
- for Mrs. Alice Langford above named Court and cause and CHAIRS .
coverage many things, State Bank at a meet: of _
Butler is spending this week with Keystone you are required to serve a copy S
such as non-owned and bor- ing recently, replacing J. Ed:[your answer or pleading to the complaint -
Mrs. R. A. Thomas.Mr. on the plaintiffs Attorney STENO POSTURE CHAIRS L. -
II I III rowed cars; operation of and Mrs. Charlie Sims of Larson. I Gerald R. Hart. 301 Smith Build- ..

I owned cars by any residentof Douglas Ga. were Sunday visitorsof Officers re-elected to their.I and ing file Jacksonville the original 2 In, the Florida office of !

the household; utility cars .Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sinclair.Mr. posts were G. E. Wiggins, presi- the Clerk of the Circuit. Court on or

4 : I and trailers; more extensive and Mra. W. H. Nollman dent; Al Nelson- vice-president; before 18th day the, of February. 1937: Lowest Prices on Steel Filing Cabinets

medical payments, and many had dinner with Mr., and Mrs. ,I N. W. Hardenbergh Jr., vice-,otherwise the allegations- of said
,' C H. Dawkins in Jacksonville president and cashier, and John Complaint i will be taken as confessed .
other Does
advantages, your cy you.
this I I Monday evening.Mr. J. Camp assistant cashier. I This. notice shall be .published 4-Drawer 4 Drawer
agency suggest policy as
Caruso and once each week for four consecutive
and Mrs. that .
The officials reported weeks the Bradford County: Tele
the best auto insurance policy in I
family of Jacksonville were Sunday the bank's assets increased graph. Letter Size Legal Size
today Dated this 16th day of January. '
I visitors of Mr. and Mrs. 13.74 per cent from Dec. 31, 1957.

"uli a $11105 Henry Stefanelli.Mr. 1955 to Dec. 31, 1956 and the OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A.Darby S _

.' : : Charley E Johns and Mrs. Charles Wiggins deposits increased 14.03 per By-Marian Clerk.L. Crosby.of the Circuit Deputy Court Cltrk $46.50 $54.95

\ : and children and Mrs. Frank I cent. Other! increases! were notedin I 1/18 U8

Oil Fender and son of Stockton, Ga. accounts 7.73 Plus Tax \ _
DONNA NATOIM capital percent In Circuit Courts Bradford County ,Plus Tax ':'"
TORDMARTELLRORKEPirates were Sunday visitors of Mr. and new checking accounts,\ Florida IB Chancery. S.

'=:-":-==:.:::"':' ":':.'= & Son Agency Mrs. I... D. Vining.% 17.04 per cent, and new savings Albert P. Pryle, Plaintiff. vs.
'-"'I "' _IIIII'.___. Howell and Mrs. Michiko Pryle, Defendant.Case
Mrs. A. A. accounts, 20.61 per cent. No. 101994Order -
of Jacksonville Of Publication and Notice To .
Gold Cartoon George Directors of the Keystone
Phone 13 Starke Fix Appear State Of Florida Tot
Chapter No. 10, King Carnival spent last Thursday with State Bank are Dr. E. H. Clark. .Michiko Pryle. whose residence Full .
_ Size Smith Corona
Clyde Sinclair. son, N. W. Hardenbergh Jr., Al I and Philadelphia.address Is Pennsylvania.: 2116 Lloyd Street.

I Nelson R. L. Walker, J. Ed Larson '1 You are required to appear on
SUN.. MON., TUES., February 18. 1957 in the above
G. C. I. Tolles,, I
A. Loudon
JAN. 20-21-22 I HEAR THESE STIRRING SERMONS BY PASTOR F. ,M. Walrath Jr. and G. E.I plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce.cause, wherein Pacernakerlypewriter I _

Bradford County Telegraph shall .
11 A.M. "The Making of Disciple" Wiggins. publish this Order in next four .. ,'
_. _ a weekly issues. .__.ff Silt ..
IT'S A LAUGH-A- Witness my hand and official seal J' .. ''

I SECOND JOY RIDE 8 P.M. "Where Is Your Citizenship?" Reward Posted at Starke. Florida, this January 15, Only $169 67 Sl -_ed,.!.ture: .

: Mfa1-
: : f-= :
ru..4a : For CemeteryShrub Health Facts or

DEAN oJ JERRY j I I I Plus Tax t .
First Church -
Baptist Hampton --
MARTINLEWISHOLLYWOOD- Thieves Of course you have often

I I wondered why you often feel Terms Arranged '

Sunday School 10 A. M. Don Hill. Supt. Carl Johns, local business man I bad all over yet nothing seems

and city clerk this week posted I to help you.Thousands.
Misner Dir.
or BUST Training Union 7 P. M. Milton ,
a $50 reward for
"Hour of Power" Wednesday 8 P. M! .. leading to the arrest and conviction of people 'like

of anyone guilty of removing yourself have found Chiropractic -
Remington Rand
J S FKTCRQWLEYJ : I "CRUSADE FOR CHRIST" 'I. Cemetery" shrubbery, from Crosby Lake condition.to be the answer for this "Topflight"i4 --

MAXIE ROSENBLOOM : I WRUF 6:30 to 6:45 Johns Mid that in recent! weeks I
viir ITM.fm Saturday, >>
i ERG i I I a large number of plants has j I Tour Chiropractor knows that / S Adding Machines 116.99

; ddEcrco I II HI ev FWK U! IASMUN I IS MARVIN E. FAILE been removed from his cemetery I every function In your |body is

Wl\11TEN BY 'A LAZAAUS I lot on two different occasions. He I controlled by the nervous sys _
: ..._...s.r.ttaDl .. : AND UP
LM said that several other lot owners tem. He also knows that spinal

: ft YlSTA : I, 'I E-1 : have experienced losses of shrubbery I I controled by the nervous sys-

THIAlII ,. I Fla. Speckled Pole Bean, lb. ___ .23 from Croftoy Cemetery in sure on the spinal nerves and Terms To Suit Your Convenience _
S I the past, as well as recently.
-S -S I, slow down each function of the
Wade Stringless bean, Ib ______ .27 "I hope other property owners I -
_ _ body.
Silent Tweetment Cartoon I will follow suit and help buildup I

Tender Green Bean, Ib. ______ .25 a cash reward fund of at least In the
I removing nerve pressure -
$500," Johns said.If we make
WED., THURS., FRI., uIII Kentucky Wonder Bean. lb. ___ .23 the reward large enough, some- he removes the cause of
trouble. He will not WE RENT Typewriters and fflackes
'I JAN. 23-24-25 one will make it his business to your give Adding
Cherokee Wax Bean, Ib. ___ ..25&P. find out who is stealing the drugg to cover up the ailment

JO* C muni-' Congo Watermelon, lb. ______ 1.25 shrubbery and will let_ us knowso temporarily. ; _
we can break it up.

TEENAGEREBEL Cucumber lb. ____________. 1.25 Johns said that anyone wishingto Phone 108 today. Let Us Know Your Office
Kelp enlarge the reward may I Equipment needs

I I Blue Tag Certified, Red Pontiac contact him at the City Hall. __

Potato_ _Seed_ 100_ _Ibs._ ___________ _4.50_ "We can deport the money in a BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC If we don't have it in stock -- we'll get it! _
HIGH special fund at the bank and haveit

Dixie Runner Peanut 100 Ibs. _17.00 immediately available for any-

QUALITY one giving us the desired information
Henderson Bush White Lima lb. .20' ," he said.

CINEMASCOPE" PRICE LOW Jackson Wonder Speck. Lima. Ib. .20 CARD OF THANKS CLINIC Bradford County Telegraph

The family of Van Patel wish 4 Blocks North of Post Office

- PLUS to thank their many friends*for Modem Methods lady

Paying The Piper Cartoon SUWANNEE STORE 412 WEST the kindnesses shown while Mr. Assistant, Steam Baths PHONE 29 STARKE, FLORIDA _

I CALL ST. I Patel was confined in the hospital -
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4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHome .TyyyyyyyyyyyyyyYYYYYY9 VVVVVyVyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy I VVVVVITVVVVWYV1VYVVP NOTICE TO APPEAR Clerk of the Circuit Court said sale to be conducted immedl-
IB Circuit Court, Bradford Couaty. By Marian L. Crosby Deputy Clerk ately West of the Bradford County
Demonstration Florldai Iu Ckaaeery. 12/28 4t l/li Jail and will be held in accordancewith
_ITh MAXVILLEBy STATE FARM HIGHLAND Sarah Deans Evans Plaintiff. vs. Chapter 662 Florida Statutes
William Albert Evans DefendantCase .of 19$5.
j7AI Notesby No. 10-1978 NOTICE TO APPEAR I This the 27th. day of December
Airs. C. B. Nolan By Janet Turner By Sirs. Lacy NonnanILAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAL& i Notice To AppearTo I.'Circuit Court. Bradford County, 956. '
t : William Albert Evans whose Florida Iu Chancery. P. D. Reddish
Phone 135JAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA&AA residence and address is: A/3c Sue M. Landreth. Plaintiff, vs. iheri'ff of Bradford County, Florida
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFriends 3750th U.S.A.F. Hospital Ward 108. Frank B. Landreth. Defendant 1/4/57 2t 1/11/57
) DOROTHY ROSS & Sheppard Air Force Base. Texas. Case No. 10-1965
: Home of Mrs. D. J. Parrishwill : Mr.. and Mrs. L. W. Norman You are hereby notified that a Notice To AppearTo
?\ Demonstration
Agent regret- to learn that she is'' Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Crews were in Jacksonville Sunday Afternoon suit for divorce and restorationof : Frank B. Landreth, whose -
and children. former name residence and address Is: Unknown.
Pattern MeasurementsAre end of tape on the prominentbone ill 'and in the Bradford County were visiting Charles Mosely, has been flied against yon In the You are hereby. notified that a
at Hospital in Stark guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. \vho is a patient in St. Luke's above named Court and cause and suit fordivorce Wash Your Clothes
the base
StandardizedIf of
your neck; Crews and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. you are required to serve a and restoration of former
measure to waistline. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Holliman Hospital. copy of your answer or nleadlne : name
you've had trouble buying and daughter, and Mrs. W. A. Seigler.I from here the complaint "n the Plaintiffs has been filed againti you ra be Pounds
patterns in a size that fits you, Patterns for girls may be pur- ." and Mrs. B. W. Tucker Those attending Attorney Alfred C. Scott. 301 above named Court and cans and
chased in 4 types when Cannon of Palatka were week- I Union Meeting at Oak Grove Smith Building Jacksonville 2. you are required to serve a copy of
here's good news. All major buying end guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. i and family of Fernandina were lait Florida your answer or pleading to the 40c!
pattern companies have stand- any one size. These are Girls Sunday visitors of :Mr. and Mrs. Friday were Zettle Padgett, and file the original the office of complaint on the Plaintiff's For
Teen Junior Miss and B. Nolan and sons. Mr.I I and Mrs. Vernon Starling, the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or Attorney Lloyd Bass. S02 Clark
ardized sizes set Misses.
a new L. L. Wainwright.Mr. before the FREE Bleach If Desiredt r
11th Building.
day of Feb.. 1957: Jacksonville 2. Florida.
Wilson of Jack- Miss Sina and Rachel
of measurements. In the new Find but the difference in each Mrs. Ralph and Mrs. J. M. EdwardsJr. Prescott, otherwise the allegations of said and file the original ia the office ,
pattern**sizes, you'll probably be of these and get the pattern that sonville is spending a few days and family ofStarke were Cecil Hardee Ellen Norman and Complaint by you.will be taken. as confessed of or the before Clerk the of the Circuit Court OB : .

fitted better than ever before. So will require less altering. with her mother, Mrs. Hattie Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.E. Rev. George Chism. This notice shall be published once 28th day of January, 1957;
take measurementsand I Nolan. Mr. and ,Mrs. Homer Smith each week for four consecutive otherwise the allegations of said
your body for women come in C. Long. weeks In the Bradford County Tele Complaint will be taken as eon- We Will
find your new correct size Junior Misses Women's sizes :Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. House das and daughter of Seabrook, S. C. graph. fessed by yon.

from charts found in every fall and half sizes. The Junior size Ed Harris and children and weekend guests ,Mr. and Mrs. spent the weekend here. 1957.Dated this 3rd day of January once This each notice week shall for four be consecutive published Dry Your Clothes

pattern book.A probably will fit the short thin Mrs. Ralph Silas and children of David Groom and sons of Talla Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Norman f Official Seal) Charles A. Darby. weeks In the Bradford County Tele
figure. The :Misses size the tall Jacksonville spent last Thurs- and visited the Clerk of the Circuit Court graph.
good fit begins with your hassee. family Harveysin I I By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Dated this 21 day of December, For 20c
choice of a pattern. Choose the figure and the half size for the day with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. No- Mrs. J. E. Edwards and daughter Glen St. Mary last Sunday. '1 1/11 4t 2/1 1956.VFII'.IAL..-___ ._ __.__ _
style and size best for you. To I short heavy figure who has a lan and family.' were visiting her brother, J. Several from here attended NOTICE- I I'\ Clerk SISAL.of )the Charles Circuit A.Darby Court. In New Automatic Dnenl

determine the pattern size need- short waistline. Women's pat- Mrs. E. D. Higginbotham and T. Thomas in Worthington the singing at Black Pond last Notice is hereby given that on By Marian "L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk

ed, measure around the largest terns are for the :iarger figure. daughter, Cheryl, were both ill I Springs last Saturday.Miss Sunday afternoon. the 12:00 21st noon day, the of undersigned January 1957 Sheriffof at 12/28 4t 1/18 .

part of the bust using a tape Adult DemonstrationsIn for a couple of days last week. : Sue Biggs of Ventura I Dick Anderson is a patient in Bradford County Florida, will NOTICE
that will not stretch Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hall of Bradford sell for cash. to the highest and Notice Is hereby given that on
measure the Home Demonstration c ilif. was the guest last Thursday County Hospital. best bidder the following described the 14th day of January, 1957. at
(linen tape is best). Pull tape I Clubs this month tie membersare Jacksonville visited Mrs. Hattie of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cald- Everyone come to Sunday motor vehicle: 12:00 noon the undersigned Sheriff The Washeteria
tight but have one Nolan last Saturday night School at 9:45: and bring some- 1941 Studebaker :Motor No. 848054, of Bradford County. Florida will
measure Mrs.
taking body measure- well and their house 'guest, I 1954 Florida License No. 2-51939, sell for cash to the highest and _
finger underneath tape when ments in order to know the size Hans Carter. is still confinedto W. H. Edwards Jr. Miss Biggs one with you. The teachers will Color Blue. best bidder the following described Temple Ave. Stftrke

measurement is taken. Pattern dress pattern to purchase. In the Bradford County Hospitaland returned to California on Sat-,I I welcome every boy and girl. Our said ately sale West to of be the conducted Bradford Immedi-County motor 1939 vehicle Chevrolet.: Motor No. 2683617, \
compaines have allowed ease in addition, they are studying the is getting along nicely. urday after spending the past I attendance last Sunday was 61., Jail. and will be held in accordance Color Black 1954 Florida LicenseNo.
the pattern for comfort. line in dress so as to select the Mrs. J. C. Higginbotham and month visiting friends and relatives -I Rev. Chism conducted regular. with 1955.Chapter 562, Florida' Statutesof 11-8588. -

All other alterations may be most becoming pattern for them. Miss Merle Higginbotham were. in St. Augustine- and l services here last Sunday. Come n..This..... ..the.A.-3rd day of January, 1957. J_'_._._'_'_"__ _._,_._ _._._I_._._._._U_._..eo
made easier than the alterations Later on they will make up these business visitors in Jacksonvillelast Starke. 1 out and worship with us. Sun Sheriff- v. LuuIiL of Bradford.County, Florida I

through the bust therefore this garments; in clothing workshops Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley day School 9:45: a. m. Worship 1/11 2t 1/18 FUEL OILFor
measurement is the key in and Mrs. D. J. Parrish services 11 and 7
probably. Mr. had as their guest Sunday Mr.I a. m. p. m. In Circuit Court Bradford County,
selecting the right size pattern. County Council Sleeting and family and Miss Martha and Mrs. J. M. Bradley Jr, and Florldat In Chancery.

Check waist and hip measurements The county council meeting will Harris were business visitors in family of Jacksonville, and Mr.I North Side Baptist Church near- Pearl Lyles.R.Defendant.Lyles. Plaintiff vs. 0. K. Dependable Keep Full Service CallL.
to determine if the pat- Starke last Saturday. and Case No. 10-1983
be held Tuesday, Jan. 22, at Mrs. and Mrs. Leslie Bradley : ,
Starke was received into the Order of Publication
Notice to
tern alterations are needed. For I Paul D'inkins home in Lawtey.It Little Johnie Higginbotham, family of Kingsley Lake. :1 and two Appear State of Florida Toi
waist measurement measure at : will begin at 10 o'clock in the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hig- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen Association new pastors O. K. Lyles whose residence and
Rev. W. Chism of address Is Unknown. F. Monk DINKINS
: George : ( )
your natural waistline. For hip morning and end around 2:30 in ginbotham is ill again this week. had as their guest Thursday You are required to appear OB
and Jim
Highland Rev. Butts
measure fullest part of hip- usually Crosby Mrs. February 11. 1957 in the above
the afternoon so as to give Mrs. Randolph through Sunday Mrs. Jack Nel-: FUEL OIL SERVICEPhone
pastor at Peoria. named Court and cause, wherein
7 inches below waist. : everyone time to be home when Henry Carter and Gene Austin son and children of Jacksonville. plaintiff seeks divorce and restora-
Rev. G. E. Cutshaw
with pins 7 inches below waiston their children get there from visited with Hans Carter at the Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kirtsinger preachedfor tion of former name. 63 Night 91
: us last Saturday night, and Bradford County Telegraph hall Ave. Starke Florida
side. Place 382
each tape over Mon- Temple ,
Bradford Hospital
school. bad as guests last week his parents publish this Order In next tour
will be with
pins. For back waist length hold There will be installation of I day evening.D. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kirt- 2. He will preach us again at Oak on Grove Feb.! weekly Witness issues.my hand and official .._._._._._._'_._._r_'_._._._._._._._'_ _'_'_'_y

officers for 1957 and demonstrations J. Parrish and Mr. and Mrs.J. singer of Chattahoochee.Mrs. seal at Starke, Florida this 9th
this Sunday morning. Rev. Pat- I-
FOR DEPENDABLE of clothing construction C. Nolan and family visited W. H. Edwards Jr. and terson of Atlantic Boulevardwill day Charles.of January A. Darby, 1957.,
techniques by Mrs. T. W. Mrs. D. J. Parrish at the Brad- son left Saturday to spend a Clerk of the Circuit Court
for this Fontana Village Resortis
preach us Saturday
Termite Control Markey Mrs. Rosa Pinholster, ford County Hospital Monday' few days in Orange Park with night. Come and be with us.NflTIt'I Chas.By Marlon R. Hess.L. Crosby 204-05 Guaranty Deputy Clerk Life fion a! different-at Fontana

Mrs. L. E. Dugger Mrs. M. W. night. her in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bulldini. Jacksonville Fla. everybody has fun!
Lana Nolan, Attys. for plf. 1/u U1
Shealy and the agent. They will Sidney Higdon, Edwards Sr. TO APPEAR Fishing is excellent in
S Household ft Commercial show how to cover a belt and Joseph Harris and Bobby Nolan Mrs. L. L. Wainwright and !*Florida Circuit TH Court Chanrrrr.Bradford Couty, (OFFICIAL SEAL-) Lake and

Pest Control buckle make eyelets in the belt, were ill and had to miss some children were in Jacksonvillelast George Kalogeropoulos Plaintiff, NOTICE TO APPEAR Fun fihIe'season swimming in a
school this week. vs. Evangeline Kalogeropoulos, Defendant Im Circuit Conr Bradford County,
I Grove Spraying make round buttonholds and Friday. Case No. 10-1980 Florldai IB Chancery. pool in
other things. Clothing construction Mrs. Daisy Padgett and children Little Brant Turner spent Notice To Appear Alice Bernard. Plaintiff, vs. Wll craft making,

Call FR. 6-6085 is part of the program for visited Mrs. Padgett's Monday and Tuesday with his whose To: Evangeline residence and Kalogeropoulos address is:, liam F. Bernard Defendant Case No. 10-1966 dancing scenic

the year.. grandson at the Bradford County grandfather, Roy Turner, in Lake Patlsson Avenue 61, Athens Greece. Notice To AppearTo shuffle-
You Are hereby notifies : WilllaE F. Bernard, whose !
mat a fjJjjplenty riding
Florida Pest Control Ibnlllinl. 1"'.",..Ira.. I Hospital Monday. Butler. suit fir fflvnr/A residence and address la.? _Rnecet_ ..
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;; Miss Gloria Higginbotham is The Community Club will I has been filed against yon In the Virginia. more 'to see
& Chemical Co. popular way to make few in town above named Court and cause and, You are hereby notified that a suit this sparkling
pound cake these days is extremely spending a days meet Monday, Jan. 21, at 12 you are required to genre a copy of for divorce care cqstody and con- mountain air andthere's
24 N. W. 16th Ave. I. visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Lyle noon in. the community club your answer or pleading to th. trol of minor children .
easy requiring no and daughter Diane. complaint on the Plaintiff1. has been filed against you in the \ supervised play
Gainesville, Florida Schmehl house for a covered dish lun- Attorney Samuel W. Getzen. P. O. above named Court and cause and for children baby sit-
measuring (to speak of), no Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mann and cheon. Box 81, Gainesville, Florida you are required to serve a copy of \j\4 Have
bother or fuss. It is delicious it i of Jacksonville visited and file the original in the office of your answer or pleading to the 5 .. -- ters available.
family the Clerk of the Circuit Conrt on or oomplalnt on the Plaintiffs Attorney the time of your life at
with Mr. and Mrs. John before the Lloyd Pass, 302 Clark
r.; I Sunday V. TV V. YVY V VVV V VVVV V TV V V V V' Building Fontana. Write or
llth- day of February 1957; Jacksonville 2, Florida.
and Mrs.
North and family otherwise the allegations of said and file the original In the officeof phone for reservations
:Mary Wellhausen. Complaint will be taken as confessed the Clerk of the Circuit Court on today Free color
See BILLY JACKSONFOR CLAY HILL by you. or before the 28 day of January, lIPIr :?
Claude North of folder.
This notice shall be published 1957; otherwise the allegations of -.
spent last Wednesday and Thursday once each week for tour conaerutlvf said Complaint will be taken as M
weeks In the .
Bradford County TelegrapL. confessed by you.
with his parents. We are by Mrs. J. L. Stricklau4&AAAAAALAAAAaAAAALAALAAA This notice shall be publishedonce
sorry to learn that Claude cut Dated this 4th day of January each week for four consecutive I=fONTANA VILLAGE'RESORT
TOP SOIL, FILL DIRT, DISKING I I 1957. weeks In the Bradford County Tele
his finger real bad while at OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darb graph.
Clerk of the DEPT. S-56 FONTANA VILLAGE N. C.
Circuit Co\--& Dated this 21 day of December.
And All Type Tractor Work work. Mrs. Viney Fountain and. Mrs. By Marian 1. Crosby. Demity r-)".' 1956. -- -
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thomas Lois Carter and husband from I 1/11 4t 2/1] (Official Seal) Charles A. Darby u _____ ____
and family are spending a 10 day Doctor's Inlet spent Sunday
vacation in South Carolina.We with the Louie Carters at Clay
) are sorry to learn that I .

W. T. JACKSON. TRANSFER I I'J I Leon Harris has an infected Hill.Mrs.. H. C. Smith and family MERCURY BOOSTS

thumb which has been causinghim were visiting the Richard Mos-

I a lot of pain. ley family at Highland Satur-

Basketball day of last week.
WE CONTRACT FOR A game of interest to every- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mosleyand

one will be played at the Bald- family of Highland visited

I ALL TYPES OF BUILDING win High School Gymn Tuesday the Clifton Carters Sunday afternoon -
night, Jan. 22, between the head .
BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL men high school basketball Mrs. Bertie Manning of Clay

REPAIRS REMODELING JALOUSIE PORCHES coaches of Duval County and Hill will soon be moving into PRODUCTIONMERCURY TO A

FREE ESTIMATES "The Arkansas Travelers" an her new home.
all-girl team that is very famousfor Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sapp of

their playing. Everyone is Starke visited Mrs. Gertie Fair-
W., LIT H 1'0 PEN JR. urged to attend. cloth Sunday. afternoon.

I B. T. TJ. Party and
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hall
Phone 2D7-J Starke, Fla. The Intermediate Training
daughter of Jacksonville visited
Route 2, Box 245-D I Union of the Maxville Baptist
the Ernie Pa!getts Sunday af
Church enjoyed a weiner roast ternoon.

end party at the church last Gloria Starling of Jacksonville A MINUTE'
Thursday night. Games and spent the weekend with

eats were enjoyed until a late her sister Mrs. Lillian Padgett
hour and everybody had a big
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ Of Clay Hill
time. We were glad to see Rev. I .

Birthday Party Herb Higdon back at prayer .
Mrs. Janie Higginbotham, meeting at Long Branch last
:Mrs. J. C. Higginbotham and last Thursday evening even if :

daughter, Mrs. E. D. Higginbot- he hadn't completely recovered

bam and children and Mrs. from his recent attack of flu. TO MEET DEMAND

L James Waters and sons attended :Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lang I

a birthday party for little were called to Tampa again

Diane Schmehls in Jacksonvilleon Thursday of last week. It seems

Monday Jan. 14. Mrs. Janie that D. B. suffered a relapseand

Higginbotham: and Mrs.J. C.Hig- unless there is a great improvement CH.

ginbotham made and decoratedthe In his condition he .

birthday cake. Diane was is to undergo surgery. this Thurs-

three Home years Demonstration old. Club day.Yougan Padgett Is on the sick : A'record 40,000 Big M's being built in January. e. a 43% increase over December.,

The Maxville Home Demon- list It seems he is having quitea

; / stration Jan. 15, Club at the met Civic on Tuesday Club. A as bit well of as trouble a severe with cold.his back,, A Mercury a minute, every minute of the day and night! All Mercury assembly

demonstration on "Annual Flowtrs" .
RCA Victor Adair.Budget priced TV Barney Thomas and Bessie *
r--- I was given by Mrs. Nellie Strickland attended the overtime with the work force in Mercury history to
with sensational new "Living Image"! Mills, Duval County Home tions meeting at Oak ASSOCia-1 plants are working

pkture.Fufl26lsq.k.ofviewabe Demonstration Agent. At noon delegates from I
Clay Hill last \

:. controls area. "rGgh-Sharp-and-Eajy"located high on the side tuning of the sandwiches attending and were after enjoyed dinner by:Mrs.all Mr.Friday.and Mrs.Mrs. Herb Jones Higdon W. Thomas and'' meet the tremendous buyer demand. The landslide swing to Mercury is solid

r cabinet let you tune standing up ; ; Mills showed some simple factson represented the
Long Branch
gives you needle-sharp tuning accuracy. and how to fit
Balanced fidelity Sound. Three rich patterns.dress-making We enjoyed having I Church. One new church the evidence that the new Big M is the most exciting car value of 1957. Never

finishes: ebony finish; maroon or limed some out of town guests with us.

21T7112 oak grained finishes extra._Model Mrs. Jewel Roberts, Mrs. Alma
AndrdWs, Mrs. Whelan, Mrs. FRIGIDAIRETHE before has so much bigness and luxury cost so little. Prices for America's most

$$199 Bryant Reddish and Mrs. Lois

Waters of Lawtey.

melts in your mouth! NAME BEST-KNOWN IN ELECTRICREFRIGERATION beautiful and advanced car are just an easy step above the low-price three.

Mrs. Effie Miner of Lawtey ,

says she and her friends make RANGES

TV ServiceAll this cake quite often. WATER HEATERS

Recipe for Pound Cake AIR CONDITIONERS

T.iree sticks butter or margarine .
1 pound box powdered
sugar 6 eggs>xl box flour un :
sifted flour in Get The Best
(measure sugar For Less
Guaranteed Free Estimates
Work -- box), 2 teaspoons vanilla flavor- ,

Fully Equipped -- DependableAll ing.Cream butter or' margarineand AtSmith's with DREAM-CAR DESIGN

Makes and Models powdered sugar together Garage

thoroughly. Beat in eggs one at t

a time. Add flavoring.,Add floura -. Don't miss the big television hit "TIlE ED 'SULLIVAN SHOW," Sunday Evening, 8:00 to 9:00, Station ,WMBR, Channel 4
CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV cup at a time. Pour batter intoa Sales and Service

tube cake pan. Line bottom of We Service AH Mabs Of

Radio Seat Covers Upholstering pan with wax paper. Bake for 1 Electrical Appliance! McGRIFF MERCURY MOTORSCourt -

Phone 239 Starke, Fla. hour at 325 degrees F. Remove 606 N. Temple Ave.
from oven, let cake cool in pan a

short while before turing out on' PHONE 120 & Jefferson SU. Phone 447 -Starke" Fla.

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on the Fourth Sunday night" at WOODLAWN

School 9:45: a. m. Worship Services V S. New Bethel Baptist Church. BAPTIST CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH

11 a. m.. and 7 p. m. Prayer I Brother :Marshall is a faithful 10 ajn. Sunday School, 11 ajn. Sunday School, 10 a. m. 'Morning -

CHURCHES Meeting, 'Wednesday 7 p. m. member, devoted father and preaching. 6:15 BTU 6:43: prayer Worship 11 a. m. Evening

Ladies Council 1st and 3rd Tuesday k ., husband, also Scoutmaster of service, 7 o'clock song services. Worship 7:30 p. m. Training

nights. Everyone invited. : Troop in 71 Stake, and a leader Union (Sundays) 6:30 p. m. Mid
Corner Call and Christian American Legion. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST week Prayer :Meeting, Wednesdays -

--- Streets.-Rev. J.E.. Sherwood, Joan Jenkins, reporter. LATTER DAY SAINTS 7:30 p. m. Rev. S. F.

Presbyterian Church At The TabernacleA pastor. Sports Services each Sunday in old Beard, .pastor.
R. J. E. -
Tigers and :
Friday-Adult Choir practice, summary of'the Tabernacle HIGHWAY,CHAPEL ettes had a Tiger- Masonic Hall on E. Call SL Sun : _YOU'LL LOthp new Ester-
S p. m. Cub Scout Leaders work for 1956 shows 371 meet- 10 1i Friday major victory last day School 1'\ a. m. Sacrament brook prase-size fountain In
Sunday school a. m.; Church by the girls' score of pens
training session, 7:30 p. m. ings held during the year 70 of services, 11 a. m.; Evangelistic i 25. while the boys won with 25-- Service 6-:30 p. m. Everyone wel pastel shades. Only $S.09 at Brad-

Sunday School, 9:45: a. m. which were special services witha services, 7:30 p. m.; Thursday,' CaughtI score of 49-41 over W. E. Har-a come. ford County Telegraph.

Morning Worship, "The Choice total of '22 guests speakers. young people's meeting, 7:30. p. i lis Vocational high school, Hast- AIR PARK
Before 11 Youth.Fel- from other states. '
Us. a. m. m. { lOTJ ings. They played
Jowships. 6 p. m. Evening Wor- The Thursday afternoon Prayer cf Fernandina Peck HigH < jBAPTIST CHURCH
ship, "The Cost of Eternal :Meeting was attended by, CHURCH OF CHRIST Withlane On Thursday night Tuesday the night Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morn- COLONIALFLORIST

Life" 7:30 p. m. visitors from Park-of-the-Palms I 635 MacMahan St. I' basketball team professional ing Worship services 11 a.m.

Tuesday-The Women of the including "Grannie" Smith from C. L Oerturf Jr., Minister -Moot"' Chandler will led by Training Union 6:45: p.m. Evening -

Church 8 p. m. Canada, who is enjoying her Sunday Bible Study.10 a.m. thorne's Big Five. You play Haw- service 8 p.m. Come and

Wednesday-Prayer Meeting, third season in Florida. She con- Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening to miss this game can't afford worship with us
tributed a vocal solo as Worship 6:30 as they
7:30p. m.ThursdayJunior sung p.m. : are the greatest since
Choir prac- only Grannie can sing at 89 Wednesday Bible Study 7:30 In s Clown" "Cinncinati
appeared in Gainesville. irGAY'S PHONE 218
tice. 3:30: p. m. Cub Scout Pack years. p.m. 1SEVEYIU Tonight at RJE'basketball
meeting. 7:30 p. m. Starke Social Rev. David E. Mathews of court
at 8
I p. m. A small I
Club, special Burns Night Osceola, Iowa was a visitor at DAY Tree I will be charged. admission fee Home Appliances (j)

program. First Methodist Church the Friday evening service and ADVENTIST CHURCH M .Reno Theater I I

7:30 p. m. told interestingly of his work in Services each Sabbath. the ..... ,... Attractions-
that city. Two splendid messages home of S. N. Brown across from Saturday, Jan. 19, 7:30: P. m.1 .Your Friendly FLOWERSFor
I St. Edward's ChurchSunday were brought by the Sponsor at Bethel Baptist Church east of Sarge retrieves incriminating cane from,pecan tree. After several "The Corsican Brothers," star-
minutes of Norge Dealer
probing with the pole Sarge turned the job over to ring All Occasions
I the Sunday services from the Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m. Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
Mass at 9:13 a. m. Old and New Testaments. Dur Bible Study each Wednesday, Fireman Red Buford who finally removed the evidence from the Chapter 12 of serial "Congo e NQBGE APPLIANCES
Holy day masses, 6:30 a. m. and scene of the crime.Postmaster Bill." DISH 'GARDENSPOTTED
ing the evening service acknowledgement 7:30 p.. m.-Arden Mote, pastor. On Sunday at 5:30'p.. m. I
8:30 a, m.Children's. was made of the the feature, "Gangsters of the it MAYTAtt .WASHERS PLANTS
Catechism Class each G. J. :McGriff Jr. Sarge is never without Frontier"
beautiful cornice recently made :NEW RIVER a pocketfull serial "Law of the
m. has been constantly disturbedthis of COLI &IAN HEATERS and
at 3:15 Wild.
Wednesday p. and installed by W. B. McKinneyin BAPTIST CHURCH pecans. Always! extra selected POTTERY
Keystone Height the winter by poor pecan yield Faced with a preponderanceof shorts at FLOOR FURNACES
Chapel.A Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship your friendly Reno '
William's Chapel) from the trees on the post office I evidence Sarge confessed The Theater \ Flowers Wired
At St. where
( grocery shower was given Hour, 11 a. m. Evening ServIce aU welcome
(Follow Hiway 21 south to St. Friday evening at the close of 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each lawn. The trees looked as nuts weren't falling fast enough Admission children 21c, adults We Service All Makes '
though they were loaded, :Mc- and the tree seemed to have 36c Of Appliances Anywhere
William's Sign.) the service for :Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday 7.30 p. m. Everyone tax included.
Sunday Mass 8 a. m. Zvodan :Missionary workers in welcome. -L. L. Parker, pastor. Griff said, yet he has been un: plenty. So Monday morning Mt. Sinia Missionary
Holy day masses 7:30.a. m. town for a few weeks. able to find many nuts and about 8 o'clock when not many The Meeting Phone 10 Nona St. Starke
Confessions before all Masses. other people have complainedthat people were stirring on that District meeting of Alt. '
HAMPTON section Sinia Starke Florida .
CHURCH they could find none. \ of Walnut street Sarge Missionary 'Association was --. -_.- .- .- ..
Lutheran Services CHRISTIAN held -
St. Mark's Episcopal ** The postmaster began to sus- thought he would give the pe tist recently at Friendship Bap
pect that it wasn't Church, Gainesville Rev. E. I
Christian Endeavor, Friday, 7:30p. the fault cans a little boost. !
MacBUdn Regular services will be held D.
Rev. Raytnoad Go White, pastor.
of the tree-same Sister Susie
m. Bible Study. Wednesday early bird Taking a firm grip on the
night at 7:30 o'clock at
Services at St. Mark's Episcopal the home of Mr. and Mrs. George 7:30 p. m. Sunday }Morning Worship was getting the pecans. slick ,he hurled it high into the Those Trapp, president was in charge. ,
Church will be as follows: 11 a. m. Evening Worship, And this week McGriff had branches and reaped a reward in attendance from New \
Kaufmann 717 West Cypress St
Sunday: 9:45: a.m. Church 7:30 p. m. Bible School 10 a. m. 'his proof, with the evidence of pecans-but lost the cane. Bethel Baptist Church of' Starke,! ( UP1M
The A. F. Gerbhardt
School and Adult Class; 11 ajn. -' Rey. pas unmistakable as to the identityof Tuesday were Mother Sophia Royal and I
tor of the First Lutheran Churchof afternoon throughthe
Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:30 Gainesville, will conduct the BETHEL the culprit. For :Monday morning courtesy of some painters at Sister, Minnie Smith. They reported 1L7 THE ATTIC, I

p.m. Y. P. S. L. services. BAPTIST CHURCH high up in one of the trees the Methodist church, Sarge, a very successful meeting
Wednesday: 7:33 p.m. Litanyand McGriff and plans were completed for the YES UP THERE
Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching spotted a walking cane. who celebrates his 64th birthday
Meditation; 8 p.m. Choir All persons without a home services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. He knew that one of the few today was able to obtain a 'lad Convention in May. Q
church are invited to !
Practice. Song service 7:30 p. m.Rev.. men in town who carried a cane der and get his cane-and knock Children's Choir IB WHERE TO ADD

Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, R. L. Lee, pastor. was Ben (Sarge) Suslow and .a few more nuts down. The Children's choir
11 a. m.: 3rd Sunday, 7:30 a. m. r THAT ROOM
awaits everyone Rev. J. E. Sherwood, Pastor VVVVYYVVYVYYVVYyYYYyVYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyNEWS together last Sunday for rehearsal -
\ Bible School, 9:45 a. m. :Morn GRAHAM mtnm at 5 p. m. at New Bethel A SPARE
CHURCH OF GOD ing Worship, 11 a. m. Youth BAPTIST CHURCH OF INTEREST TO COLORED !! Baptist Church by Deacon Wil- /JIJJi

Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- Church, 6:30 p. in. All young Sunday School 10 a. m. :Morn- CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy lie Green. The choir was or- _.

Ing Worship, 11 a. m. Sunday people invited. ing Worship, 11 a. m. Training ganized by Mae Francis Jenkins 1- /AI1dAyfrL

Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YPE Union, 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship Ozora J. SheD sometime ago. Mrs. Jenkins will, -
Service Wednesday 7:45 p. m. EVERGREEN 7:30 p. m.- Rev. W. 0. be assisted by Mrs. Shell. The
. .
BAPTIST CHURCH Collins Sr., pastor.KU4GSLEY. .AAAAA& & & & & & & & choir will
Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45: p. m. '-----------------AA practice each Sunday

LAW1CTSunday Sunday School 10 a. m. Preach- Scouts Bring Cheer your school cards. Principal at 5 p. m. They hope to present .

School, 10 a. m. Morning l Trig 11' a. m. Training Union 6:30 LAKE The Boy Scouts of America, Anderson has already broken] a cantata on Easter Sun

Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Service p. m. Preaching 7:3Q:
Saturday, 7:30 p. m. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. :MornIng march Sunday, led by Scoutmaster the fight and buy and sell peanuts joined: Milton Ellerson. Robert Example $1,000.00 $34.03 36 months
Worship 11 a.m. Evening Booker T. Marshall. They for Polio. Ellerson, Dorothy Hankerson, ,

I Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer :Meeting made a house to house canvass Church News Shirley Ann Scott, Alker Lee We Can Arrange For Labor & Materials
Wednesday Williams, Valera Jenkins, Jackie
each 7:30 p.m. Everyone for groceries and
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH welcome.-Rev. H. H. Mott, Crum family. Rev.money Crum for the ML Pisgah A.M.E. Church Marshall Debbie Ann Marshall,
pastor. shot recently by accident in both Rev. E. L. Walker pastor, held : James Price Jimmie Jenkins,

hands and his side services all day Sunday startingwith Alphoriso Jenkins, Betty Jean
STARKE, FLA. NORTH SIDE by the same bullet. His Sunday School at 9:30 a. Thomas, Marion Jenkins Wil /VE
BAPTIST CHURCH Emma is still on the "fair" list ra. Supt. Annie Wright in charge.The liam Hampton, B. T. Marshall
Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning morning service was Jr., Willetta
conducted Wysinger. Other
REV. LEWIS D. HAINES Pastor at Bradford
Worship, 11 a. m. Training- Crums County Hospital.The by the pastor. At 7 p. ,. children of the church are invited BUILDERS SUPPLIES -
Streets In The Heart of Town Union-6:30-p. m. Evening Worship six children, m. the sermon j jo
Jefferson and Court i two that are not school was delivered by to join. Rehearsal Sundayat .,
7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting age. We Elder O. J. Howard. He 5
Phones Office 234 -Pastorium 130 commend the spoke p. m. These children hope
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone scouts and Master out of his soul with emphasison to make their first
welcome.- E. C. Harvey, pastor. :Marshall for this fine gesture. appearanceby
faith in God:
He stated that the Third Sunday in Marc
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M. .Among those giving very gen- all good things come from :
God or April. Rev. A. Vinson pastor
OF THANKS erously were Deacon
Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:15 P.M. CARD check for $5 Julius Royal through our, faith and service. 1 Joan Jenkins, reporter.
a large box of
We wish to heart The Christian Unfon will meet

Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. telt thanks to express the many our friends! groceries grocer, and from a A.large T. Paul group, cash of Sunday Macedonia, 'Jan.. 20, 'at 3- p. m. at. ,... ..

Hear the Sunday Morning Service! over WDVH at who spoke understanding, words friends that contributed $9.57 BaptistChurch.
which Hampton with Rev. G B. Burg-: COME IN AND SEE THE MIRACLE OF
was given to
and for the shown the family
us on
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. man in charge. This is regular
Sunday. Rev.
Crum is
in the loss of our loved one. unable to Stewards'Day at the church. The
use his hands
Mrs. J. L. Cole and family. will appreciatethe pastor is asking all members to &
use of all other helping
Lee their leaders and dischargetheir
hands during his 'troubles. Deacons -
full duty. Class
,. ministers and laymen of
Tuesday night of each week,
unions are asked to visit
rehearsal. Rev. Walkerwas
their residence and the

this do Christian whatever family.they can hospitalto for the ChristiaQ recently elected Union; president Rev. C. of J. L.Jtc]

vice-president. All members -
Third Degree Burns
and friends are asked to '
t> ii
MATCHLESS Mrs. Charity Williams, cook i in. support the new administration. < >-

the cafetorium of RJE, suffered Mrs. R. L. Walker, reporter.
third degree burns last week Church of God in Christ is Automatic Defrosting !

when a pressure cooker blew up. conducting revival meeting.!

SEALED-IN SAFETY She was carried to Bradford. Supt. J. C. Carter in charge. The I O ;

County Hospital and given emergency general public is cordially invited -:.
treatment. We are happyto to attend. Mother Lizzie

I report that she has returnedto Hall is asking you to bring your. 1
fTfl school and is doing fine. sick; so that they may be prayed :

Miss R. J. E. Contest for and healed. Deacon Tom Hall. I ILJftUiVll1kc;
; ii
MATCHLESS ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS are SAFEs Beatrice Moore will be crown is also extending a..special invitation ;? : i i iY :

ed "Miss R. J. E. High School". to the public to join :' ; 1 Frost never even hast

for winning the recent contest, this soul saving campaign. t hR: a chance to form)

while Mary Bell Tyson will be Bethlehem Freewill Baptist t.
I ,
electric lights. Q no flames or fumes... iffno} matches crowned Miss RJE, Elementary.The Church, Rev. L. McKay pastor, ; h *
winning sponsors were: held regular services all day ;

Rev. R. Dell, Miss I. Butler and Sunday starting with_Sunday. .'
.\h ., Mrs. L. M. Royal. These were School Supt. S. W. Newman in ':; Defrost water vanishes

the winners last year. Date of charge. The F.- W. B. L. and automatically
t !flr
f or pilot-light failure... JTU no combustion gases or odors. || the coronation will be announced Home Mission was held in the.

h\\fY... j., ;1 later by Principal Thompkins.He afternoon with, sister Gladys' Yom'
commended most of the Blye vice-president in charge

teachers for the fine reportsand Subject. taught by Deacon J. W. No buttons to push
m the very splendid spiritthat Prince. Sister Green is on the
...In closet, attic 1 No timer to set
Install anywhere
Andthey sick
existed throughout the contest [ list. The "I Can Circle" will
meet at the home of Sister Re 'r i'A i Nothing to do ever!

Anderson Junior High becca Allen on Saturday night L "
: _ _
The Hobby Club of Anderson at 8 p. m. We will worship with -

any out-of-the-way place.... t because no costly special flues : Junior high met last Tuesdayfor Greater Antioch Baptist Church 1p I
the first time this year. on Thursday to help _them celebrate SSf'il
President True Love Smith win the anniversary of the '

charge and was happy to Church, ',Rev. George Lee pas d f

=''I greet the faithful few. Mrs. tor. All members are asked to II :: .. .

: or vents are required I : Sadie Clark, secretary, was interested attend.Gladys Blye, reporter. l| i .A... tBJji A

i I :ti t-: '' in some ways and New Bethel Baptist Church, i ....... ..
means of getting a larger at Rev. A. Vinson pastor, held regular ai. du-tu ___ ...

i I tendance to the meetingi. The : services all_ day Sunday :s\\ ;: -
group was extended a warm starting with Sunday School at :

.' ", \ -CLEANEST! No soot or grime to smudge pretty walls. welcome by Principal C. C. And 10:30 a. m. At 11:30 morning .. ?fo(*a.Separate: lb. Freezer on top V
erson. Faculty members present service began with Choir No. n

is i COOLEST. Sealed h"goes into the water-not into J. i included: Mrs. Z. P. Jennings.I singing out of their souls with Only $' .50 j 7 to Separate belewt' 9.7 cu. Refrigerator Section

the room. M. W. Turner. D. Richardson, Mary Etta McDonald at the 2:
s. .V I A. B. Anderson, and R. H. Don piano. The morning sermon was 7.toPto Twin Porcelain Crispers with 21 tb.

\, CHEAPEST! It's much more economical to go allelectricin ald. The next meeting will beheld delivered by Rev.- 'Gibson, visiting .Per Weekfont capacity!

the kitchen-laundry than to use'a combination of fuels. .- I Feb. 12. All patrons and minister.. B. T. U. was held Roll-Out Aluminum Shelves that roil
loyal parents are asked to aI tat 6 p. m. President S. Jenkinsin out 2'/i indies farther than before I

'!. I tend. The contest is still go' in charge. A special collectionfor Trade-in AIIIWIICelS' Meat.Saver, Meal Saver tart, TUtDown -

on. All grades are working hard the March of Dimes was on your old refrigerator if you act Shelf Guard en door Butter
WATER BY WIRE Ehit Cheese Conditioner and
: EggGAY'S
LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY..HEAT. to win. Do' all you can to makeeach made and turned over to Mrs. NOW-W hhin the next 5 days! Had

grade you have a child in Maurice White to be put in the

Choose a properly sized automatic electric water heater win. C. C. Anderson, principal; iron lung. Rev. Vinson delivered

now at your electric appliance dealers or plumbers. R. H. Donald, reporter. the installation sermon for Rev. .

Polio 1.flnntsFigJ.f McArthur in Keystone at. 3 p. HOME APPLIANCES r, V
Polio with.peanuts again m. and preached to his membersat "

+ aesrx Q this yeaf. Last year thescouts Boy 7:30 p. m. He rocked the entire Phone 10 Starke, Ha.
RUIN POWER & LIGHT COMPANY sold the peanuts for Po- church with the spirit from

ors emu ".. 'rp. I'O. but this year Chairman L. his forceful message. Plan, now "Its Service After the Sale That Counts "
tucrurutt "K' \ 1.L Riyal is asking all groupsto to attend the ordination services .'

sell peanuts as well as fill up for Brother Booker T. Marshall



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FRIDAY JA.\"UARY 18, 1951 _

Judge Yawn Sets ,Starke' Independents InMayor's CourtRefuses Like Mother, Shuford Names Film On PalesthieSet.


Like Daughter Kemp Temporary Fo Tabernacle

Court Procedure Fine Jr. and Mrs. Wallet Zvoda

L"wtey Marshal missionaries from Asheville, N.

C.. will speak Friday night at

For Officers Takes 10 Days w. P. Kemp has been appointeii 1:30 at the Gospel Tabernacle

by Mayor C'_ R.j Shuford to I mnex. Jlr. Zvoda has traveled

serve temporarily as town mar- and studied in Palestine and will

A man convicted in I shal of Lawtey following the .
County Judge T. A. Yawn in J.layor's I show a film of the Jews rebuilding
p Court Monday ot being drunk resignation of D. B. Thomas. Palestine around the Dead
recent weeks has begun compIlation -
: I refused to pay his $50 fine 'Thomas's resignation was ac- Sea area.
of a set of rules spelling put F 2V' I though he said he was financially -
cepted at a reorganization meet-
't: V This area has. laid waste for
duties of law officers and rights able and instead took the lQ ing of the Lawtey Council last
-1,900 and now colonies -
I over years
of charged with law II day sentence. .
persons \ jail -- .---- week, when Shuford began his are being built to house the
violations in connection with The James Welles had fourth term
F V man, Little fotir.year-old Sarah as mayor.At Jewish refugees. In 1918 only
court activities.o t
been with drunk
charged being
this same meeting the in Palestine!
tSTARK. t Carol Dixon (right) celebrated 50.000 Jews were :
far six rules have been releaVd and disorderly but the disorderly I
enforcement offi- her birthday anniversary Monday Council voted to place the mar- today 1,800,000 live there and
to charge was dismissed. He afternoon, Jan. 7, wearing the hal on a salary basis rather 677 colonies hare been estilished. -

ers bringing cases before count pleaded not guilty to the charges. dress that than the fee system that h steen .
same lovely party
C6urt. More rules will be added %/ Police Chief W. E. Thornton
in effect for several
her mother Mrs. ye invited
which will was worn by' The public Is tflee
from time to time said that Welles had "been Under the former the
court and Virginia Douglas Dixon! (left), system, this film and hear the If" -are
apply to small claims Cfi drunk for two or three days" had marshal collected $5'for
wen criminal rt4o c, V t on her fourth birthday. To make traffi9 on Palestine. .
as ,
court as been
probate disorderly around town. the coincidence both violation cases when he had to
ccurt, the judge said. After each of these accusations "run 'em down:' or $2.50 other-
other and aughter have the .
The rules are designed to pro- ( Welles commented, "I won't same ,birth date, Jan. 7.The'party wise. The amount of the salary

mote better organization and agree to that." J to be paid was not definitely set
dress is hand crochEted SILK
efficiency, the judge said. The defendant said that when at the last meeting
and was made by Sarah'streat
.'Several of the rules concern tiC ..as arrested he was in his New council mem'Ders W.
aunt, lIrs. Hattie B. Chan-
things we have been doing aU along ,<::3! parked on ,SR 100 south of of Bradenton Fred Moore and B. E. Reddish GAUZE
cey :
," the judge said, --- StArke 'not bothering a soul." were seated and O. J. Phillips

win spell out the procedures." V_ ,After the sentence was levied Sarah Carol's birthday party was re-elected council chair- TYPEWRITER RIBBON
was given,.at .the home of her
law -I
A new requirement Welles told Mayor W. T. V Jack- man.

officers has ,been instituted by ; son that "I refuse to pay my grandparents. .Jr. and Mrs. H. bY

one of the rules. This innovation en- I tine and_ I refuse" to allOw anyone C.St.Douglas The 12, on litt.le West.guests Washington enjoyed \V. C. T. U.

that "aU traffic ,else to pay it.
requires in games and refreshments In the '
forcement officers appear Jackson replied that if anyone I 'l1IE; LAURA SCOT' UNION Bradford CountyTELEGRAPH
day and 1 yard during the party hours, and
Court on each plea wanted to pay $50 to get- him out, were given favors-of whistles WILL HOLD ITS JANUARY

stand ready to testify in aU cases the City wouJd accept the I 1\ItF:11NG: FRIDAY AFTERNOON -'
basketball team
the has won five and lost I Itwo and balloons."
them during pre- City Planning tmI) IN TilE TABERNACLE -
made by money.In V
month in which jury for an enviable season's record to date. First row ((1-r) Sidney AssistingMrs.. Douglas in ANNEX.

ceding waived by defendaflt5." Jackson, guard: DeWa'oe Elder, guard: Woody Strickland. mascot: other cases, a Negro, Gron- serving the youngsters were Mrs. ALL MEMBERS

trials Judge are Yawn' explained that Jamn I'hUllps guar Second row (I-r) A. N. ilolilday manager: Is Stressed By yen five days Harris in, was jail after fined $25 or Dixon and Mrs. C. L. Baker. FRIENDS EXPECTED.I AND I Phone 29 Starke Fla.
this rule will benefit traffic de- 'A. Q. Smith, center: Sonny Strickland, guard; Frank Dryden, center I i -
guiltrl to a charge of "fighting.The
fendants who wish to waive a : Townsend Stricklan guard; Buddy Strickland, forward: \V. E. Rotary Speaker policemen said that. Harris "Drought Causes
Jury trail and be tried Criswell, fom'ard. (Photo by R. P. ltLendon) had thrown a bottle at his wife
court without a The importance of municipal I Sell It *
by the "'1' and cut her on the arm. 400 Pet. Boost Rent It Trade

planning for future growth was

"In the past this has been saLd; impossible stressed by Richard H. Eggers. I'' penalized The mayor Harris originftly$50 or 10 days had 'I'n Woods Fires

the judge WITH
to arresting do oftic6aFseldom =! I field executive of the National but reduced the sentence after TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

'since the in Court ; to Association of Real Estate the Negro testified that he was Continued dry, windy weath-

in present such cases on plea Boards, in a speech 'before the provoked into the action when 'r during December was largely Low Rates Good Results V kasy Tn Place
testify jRANc#
he found hiS wife in a slip in responsible for the 400 cent
Rotary Club here at noon Wed- per
Ule of another man.
that if the nesday. increase in the number of woods
The rule also stated
Court The other Negro, Calvin fires in northeast Florida be- EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2c
officer is not in Mr Eggers said that growth
arresting which Whitfield, said that Harris' wife tween November and December 25e ADDITIONAL FOR BLiND ADS Oh ADS NOT PAID IN ADVANCE _
to testify in any case in 1rings: pains and problems, but DISCOUNT OF 11 PER CENT ON TWO OR IUmE INSEBTICU
-wai\'e a had been in his room to rest and the seven day week, 24.hour
defendant wishes to that 8 community that does not
the and he had not been in the room alert being observed by all -
will be sum- I
continue to- back-
trail the ease grow must go
jury with her.William. Rangern in this area.
manly dismissed. 8y Ge6. T. IlugglnsI ward since it cannot stand still.
of County He said that 8 definite plan Turner was given a District Forester J. Frank Lee FOR RENT Five room furnished

Four regular announced terms. preVluu.Uy u.,__._... __- _Jc-.- County Agent _shnll1ti u____ h__ __iinnt.1' _... __" _en_ th2f___ .fiitiirrult _.___I suspended sentence of $25 or of the Florida Forest Service :..t WHEN IN NEED OF Apply apartmei\t.5n N.au Church N. Church St. Phone St.
Court, were established gro'-th: will be orderly and r five days and placed on proba- Lake City reports that all of ths LANDSCAPINGFILL 175.W. __ tfcbg

by the judge definite Joint Board Meets ltnow a little more about the tion for 30 days on a charge of forest service weather stations
the rules, as well as in a more beautiful more FOR SALE-C'ment Steps 4 and S
by day each month. Officers and Directors of our l'rogram. healthful city. He predicted speeding and causing an accident in eight northeast Florida DIRT ft. lengths. F-ee Installation. Also

dates for plea will Bradford cattleman's and Farm We are hoping that we will after his testimony conflicted counties recorded sub-normal tile work of all kInds.. Judd Tile
The winter term of court phenomenal development for I! DISKING Co. 11 Lafayelte St. Phone 15-1..
each on the second Bureau organization met together soon have our contract forms F.lorida within the next decade with the testimony of a witiessand rainfall for November and Decem- or tfchg.
be held year
in January, the spring recently to make plans for and will know how much tnd said that the Starke area the driver of the truck with ber. <"The number of woods I W. L. THIGPEN, JR. APARTMENT F9R RENT
: on -
Monday the second Monday inApril 1957. money will be allocated to our would be bound to share ,in this which Turner's car collided. fires and amount of woodland i at. J Box :1Z-D- AJtoD Ed.PHQNE St. Apply a[ Gay's home
term on Apnllllnpl'l.'
the items decided on acreage burned has increased alarmingly !t'J.JStarke Phone 16 ttchg
the summer term on the Among County for the Tobacco pro- progress. The charges against TUrner .
(luring the more than three inthe past month WE BUY AND SELL
gram.A which fla USED FUR.
in October. resulted from a collision ,
second Monday The speaker was introduced by
hours largely because of the dry, windy NITURE. EIl'od Fnrzjtn,. Co..
meeting : last week '
The officers are required to were popular questions W.. S. Sibley local realtor, who I I occurred when a truck turned weather combined the fact __PbOIle U. tlehl'tNFURNISHED
summonses issued to 1. The two organizations would was, how will- the program af- I left as Turner was attempting
make all had charge of the program. '
allotment to being that more people have been in 3% PAm ON' SAVINGS 'KEY- Apartment three
returnable at \ntinue to meet together for a fect my as : )
traffic defendants p ss.I' the woo ls quring Ute last few STONE.STATE BANK; -:KEYSTONE rooms with refrlgertor an,' space
10 a. m. on bond plea day for supper and program meeting planted or not planted? Turner said that no blinker HEIGHTs, .J't.A.... lIE.I.SBERPDIC. buter.. 4110 turnllht'd ...part'men1f. -
One Joins Guard weeks, 'r Lee ,said.., One hundred V Mr, and -MI'.'. W. .11. Noll-
the month 'in which the summons each month. Each organization Tobacco acreage put in the q lor'arm signals were given by the i Vand eiihtY7sev fo fires burned F 1,140 %!" \\:;. r-M.dlzon.i: tfclit

is issued. wili alternately be in charge. Soil bank b the same as being Negro driver: The driver nd" a,I oCwoodlands.in thee WANTED 508 new Bottled G

'< arrested upon Ladies will be welcome to attend plant d. Your yield average, for Unit H' And witness said tha.t..he 2,475" Customers., LowInstallation 'ost. FOR n .' T-l ,and Z bi'oom. fur-
All persons hL'c ulties in District No. 3 fished
!; Prompt SeFvice., JIarrT C. EIrod apartefl5.V See Billy
:Crih n-lcharg s, including and participate in .the a tivities. records, will be' based on a three- trock ;drlverpve anlf' rm'signal during December. as compared Furniture.Cd------< tfehFINCWTELEVTSION 'Jackson, Central Truck' Llnas.

,traffic off nses, will it they request 2. Each group pledged to encourage year planting average for YOul two Re-enlist" as well s a blinker signal. :wlth.. 36 ires, nd 145 acres in 'COI .OI6I"Sl.1 Phone,165. tfcgam

:,' it, be"'-brought before the .and support rural youth farms. [ 'Turner' said he' "couldn't 'have vember. --- down aLDahmer'.. V Ueq'FOR. V TENTH ANNIVERSARY

:Court immediately upon their programs. The first major event I The payment for tobacco is The enllstmentoi a Navy veteran' been 20 'to 25 miles V RADIOS REPAIRED
: ,
be doing over :.until weather conditions im- AU ) ake. AU Models
will FFA participation in an SALE Three bedroom house
continued. If I Your yield a- ,! .
rules 18 cents pound. and -Of Rn.lil.
,arrest, the per reenlistments two per hour" becauSe immediately prove,.,all),Florida. Forest Service 61 Francis St... Pinehaven Sub- V V Claarce. ..araatH.
area fat steer show and sale CH.U.
the Court chambers are closed, verge will be based on your guardsmen:re<<:ently. v bQosted prior to the ,attempt to pass 'he personnel, this .distriet will tre- dtvlsiOll. Up m 'We Call St. IHEPHERD Starke P" 131

such persons wil be brought into April. three high years out of the last the strenth of the.: stark Na- had been following the truck ata main on 24-hour ,alert, seven FOR RENT, 'Two"bed'room' UB-

after the 3. In an effort to acquaint five. No payment can exceed Guard furnished garage apartment.'Cou. FOR RENT -'Three'room furnlah-
court immediately tional unit, Lt. Joseph rate of about 10. m. p. h. days per'week,': Lee -said. pie d"slred. Phone lU-J. Uchg ed aoartmsnt Priv9t.utIIifle5furnshedL.. .."...." ..
chambers are re-opened. more farmers with the purposes bout 1625 pounds per acre. a-I G. public information of- .. -- :'- : '
I Wood A $25 bond which had been The ,dry weather is also keeping ... '< T1GreIQfl
charged with and activities of the organizations Florida Farm Record hook ficer repQrted.Miltred FOR SALE Two bedroom house ;J ,Raiford Rd. Phone 96.L. .
"AU persons posted by Robert Eaves was re- many landowners throughout on West Madlson M.. S. Payne Ztchg 1/18
at least two who to
people business, '
violations of the criminal laws of To knOW your own K. Campbell of Rt. 2, turned. Eaves, charged with driving this area from planting pine 204 S. Glenn St. V Stchg 1/18

this state, including traffic violations have not attended meetings, will use as a tax aid, for social security Starke, joined Co. "c" this week with an improper driver's seedlings. Nurseryman Robert WANTED-\\'altress. :FOR. RENT Four room house
be invited each month. : other Apply B &: I and bath
informa.tion iand on Cherry St.. kno..nas
have a constitutional and Several mentioned that : ar.d1l, }. be .a welder in the Service license, possessed a Pennsylvania Taylor at Olustee' in Baker ._G Truck-Stop Restaurant. tfchgG".la" Joe Truby house. tnfurnlshed.
statutory right to be brought men reasons, you need to keep a Section. Campbell has serv.. with that Gas range, electric water heater.
license while driving a car County reports planting .
there are times when farmers India Formos.BLOO1 Apply Mrs. Carrie
record of what Ward. %
you tp 1/18
pretty good .
'court immediately upon Eii two on active duty
before a need to organize, work together s: Florida tag, police said. pine seedlings under such AZALEAS
_ their arrest:' the judge cornmented. 2re doing. \he Navy. and three years In testified that drought: conditions creatlv de- Pants lOtto -=00 WANTED Elderly lady to live
and keep up with the latest de- We have a brand new Florida Reserve. I The defendant ----" -- GREATLY REDUCED PRICE I In and care for two children after.
UlE Naval
velopments in scientific agriculture. Book { I he came to Stirke in December creases the chances for a good I IIchool. Phone 430 or 190.
Farm and Family Record 8n Iota of :3 t. 100
schedule which of- Sp-2 Kenneth D. Norman reenlited tcbg lflS
The bond survival rate.Joseph .
will and since his arrest has obtained \.alt'.It .Inn IMIO
is free and we believe I
the that on Jan. 15 for three
to follow recently BELVEDERE AZALEA
ficers are FOR RENT-CompJetely furnished
date Florida permit.
-t. The regular meeting a
of a letter by the judge be a help to you. years. He is assigned as a ic.rairman .' I GARm AND NURSERY two bedroom houf'e. Screened
subject will be the last Friday night in I When you are in town come Fred Bryant was sentenced toseven Prevatt front and back porch, large yard;
also included in the automotive sectibn. p.U'Lln' tAULE COLLINS
to the officers, was on 'Vestmoreland
the rules. each month. Farm Bureau will ,by' and pick up one. Call us or In civilian life Norman is days in jail or $35 after P. O. Box 16. FArlt'to.. Fla. SL 3tchg Phone I/Z 15.
- have the program on January 25. send us a card telling us you an electrician associated with a pleading guilty to being drunk. Dies At 77 Was One repossessed Spinet Piano. No
r-' ;...: :: : Strawberries Look Good I want one. local electrical 'firm. He Ray E. Griffin forfeited a $25 down payment necessary. Just FOR with ALE bookcase-. One sides extra Call large lU-J desk
comIlleted -
About 10 strawberry fields bond when he failed to pick up the payments and the
appear ltp
PTA Speakers his second tl\ree year enlistment Retired Farmer piano is your. Gridley Music ,-
were visited last week by Dr. to answer charges of driving Company Inc. 1025 West University FOR RENT-Houses
.on Jan. H. and
Decker and Dr. Coe from the Starke'CagersDefeat: without a driver's license. Ave. Phone FR 2-4032 FH10"36. unfurnished on Lake: Modern
Stress Value Sp-3 Warren J. Starling reen- %- GainesvIlle Fla. Ztchg 1/25
University. Dr. Decker who 13 Joseph Wilson Prevatt, 77, of conveniences. W. S. Sibley, Sliver
listed on Jan. 11. A yet ran of I Bonds of $25 were forfeited l.ake. phone 3852. Keystone
now head of the Plant Pathology Rangers, Charles and Daniel Starke died Monday in a Jack- SALES-LADY Wanted. Must be Hl'lghh. Pla 4tp %/1
Of Salk Shots the regular Army and two enlistments by Yearty nperlenced. Willing to work.
Department, has been sonville hospital.A Fruit Stand.tp .
Good Nlek.s
Shouse on charges of improper pay. FOR nEXT
in the Guard he is as- : Five room block

- The importance of immunization working with' our strawberry Lose To Sailors signed as an automotive repair passing. R. B. Charles forfeited native of Bradford County, % 1/5 I cabinets bungalow, and plenty closet'of: Shower bullt.ln,

pl"Q3raD1 for three years now. Mr. Prevatt was a retired farmer. FOR SALE 100 ft. lake front lot
against: infantile para.l'sil is leaf Kochs' Basketball team con- man. Starling is employed as a a $10 bond on a charge of run- on Crystal Lak" Phone Ul.W.llrs. screened porch, carport. Two
I-\J.i greatest concern room cottage In
was stressed Tuesday night at last D'echanic in an automotive ic- ning a red lightMarine Louise Kite. Up rear. Desirable
sp I: t! ontrol on our Florida 90 tinued their winning ways location. 7lt Laura St. Phone 127.tfehg.
the High School PTA meeting they trounced pair establishment. Survivors include four daugh-
amt'Mfssionary and the use of Wednesday night as FOR SALE 5 room house, 16
at- Dr. A. Y. Covington County Virus-free in the MissIonary the Florida State Ranger Advises ters, olrs. Guy Padgett and Mrs. acres land, fruit trees, 40 pecan FOR SALE Farm-All Cub Trac.

health officer, and Maxie Car- plants 83-34 but CurtiS Padgett, both of Miami trees. PrIce to selL J. W. E'eden- tor. Cultivator, planter, dlstributor -
School of Lake City baugh, Hampton, Fla. Itp turn .
'ariety. plnw and mowinlr
ter Jr.. County polio chairman, If have doubt as to the Starke team's perfect record Berry Sales Youths On Rules Mrs. Mary Hitch and Mrs. Wil- Good 'Andltion. 1(. ma.rhine. 1..

urged aU students under 19 to I you any Thursday night lard Wynn, both of Starke; four FOR SALE-1949 Nash. $100,00 Cash Conner, Rt.3V; Box 161 Starkl',
the value of getting a Virus.free was spoiled Good See J. B. Wright City Light Plant Hehg
receive the Salk vaccine before Base sons, Edwin T.. Lester J.. Emory
plant, look at some just ordinary. by the Green Cove Navy For Enlistment or Rt. 1. Box 45. Starkl' Up
1L and Claude R. all of Starke
I, summer begins. team the score of 85-60. FOR SALE OR TRADE Red
plants and then look at a patch by FOR SALE 14 ft. Fishing Boat Tamworth male will
the A "good response" was reported two brothers, Brack, of Hampton hog nr trade
Dr. Covington the
explained set
of Ivy Thompson's virus.free Townsend Strickland with fish well canvas top' and for porker. C. T. Whittle Ths-
Immunization status of the for the Starke men against by Starke State Farmer's According to Sergeant Clemons, I and DeWitt, of Jacksonville; Is horsepower Evlnrude motor. sent Rd. 2tp 1/5
Missionary plants. Market officials: to the establish- Marine Corps Recruiter In thin. two sisters Mrs. Frank Johnson Good condition. $195 Cash. See
County and said that the vaccine racking 24
Dry weather ha.s had some effect the Rangers by up I Billy Graham, Alvarez Store. Lf\1Z'" J"114 Brown leather
is plentiful. Adults can oh- leaf-spot is bad in some points. Frame Dryden was see- meat of Tuesdays and Fridays area, considerable confusion ex- of Hampton and Mrs. Iva Bow- tchg- 15Fol' billfold with flapl. ContaIns 1m-

tain non-federal Salk shots from with 17 points as strawberry marketing days, bits in the minds of many young den of Macon, Ga.; 26 grand- non ant papers In name of Robert
fields, but In most places, conditions ond high man Your Starlight Lawn Marker 1. Jones and Reward It
their private physicians, Dr. are favorable. and Buddy Strickland followed with buyers available on those men here as to the exact children and six great-grand- and Name Plates, Call Mae Green, returned to Margaret Jones at

Covington said. very daYL qualifications for enlistment In children. 98-1. Up 1/5 Bottom Dollar. ltchg
Mulching is underway. This plus closely with 14. f -
Cove five. The quality and color of her- the Armed Forces Services were held in Prevatt PARTLY FURNISHED 3 room and
The held In the the Green
meeting was damp weather' or rain will en- Against bath. Or rent nfurnlshed. FOR SALE Four room house

music room with Mrs. R. V. courage the spread of l'afspot.If W. E. Criswell was high point rita sold at the market last week Basically the qualifications Cemetery, Wednesday. Walnut. Mn. A.. F. Saula 655$3McMahon. N. outside City Limltl on road 100.

"as OOVery good," an official re- and requirements are the same Itch& Coo W. Cheshier, GII W. Pratt
A Q.
Chapman presiding. Devotional spry #iuIrcent I I' handy, man scoring 211 points. St. Up

was given by the Rev. Dick Byrd Caplan will do you the best job I Smith scored 19 points for second ported with the average price for ,the Army, NaVy, Air Force, Starke Group Attends FOR SALE '55. Flrm".AIl" Cub -

at $9 a crate. and Marine Corps. Tractor. All Implements. EARTH WORMS FOR. SALE
Bottom -
of Waldo and the Pledge to the or preventing leaf.spot and will high point honors. "If the ,resent weather conditioiis .,,_______ ___'.:__ .#.__ .1._ IViVI1ffltk. Show.. Meet POW!...cultvatorz-,- : distributors and James Dommon. S06 Pine SL In
Flat was led bv. Beecher Pa.vne. a.lsn rMUl'@ fmit-rot.. Ca.ntan! Is AlthOlli'h- the Starke team Il1Owevc. 1S 5 .u UIC: ----- ---- ------ etc. ,'UU. 'red Lanler Rt.,2, Pox: I Reno. Price rlghL Ztp 1/5
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school incipal. 'pretty expensive as a d' st. If--I I IYt'u I w tOred they played a I continue," the official said, Marine Corps, Sergeant'Clemons A. delegation of Future Farm- 95. _Up -

Mrs. hlWman announced a must dust, then another fast exciting game." :Manager 'we may have' to add "more days quirements: have no police re- ers, advisors and civic organization FOUND 1 Bird Dog male: red I CHANCE REALESTATE to operate OPENIG1 your own

four hour like dithane or copperdustmight Art Holliday said. for strawberry sales. In the quiresment; have no police reI and white spots 1 male Hound real estate bUlllneu, backed 1IT a
study course on the from Starke with
representatives grey specks on It. Owner .wl'll-elltablishl'd
minor'mbde I nationally-known
event this is done. the growers cord other than -
PTA manual to be conducted on be more practicaL .I last Thursday night attended may,,, have by paYing for ad and. rout tp coast organization!
will be notified. meanors, be.physicaUy fit maximum ho ''', 'ontat't ('Ity Polfr&_ Itehg UNITED FARM AGENCY,
Jan. 29 at the school. Jack Tra- Pork PrIce Forecast I an organizational meeting and I II a
six feet six inches, I record of more than 10 yean'
wick was in charge ot the pro- In one of our farmer inaganIzs Concert Group height banquet in preparation of 8 live- LOST black- Dee. 29 pair of BI-focal. honorable service, II now seeking
and be able to a written entrance rim trimmed In silver In
I read the following: "Next Pontiac Dealership p8.S4 the right man or couple to take
gram whicn was followed by the stock show to be held in Gaines- tan case. Please leave at Bradford over the Starke territory.

serving of refreshments in the Spring and Summer pork prices warded In Starke examination. vile in ApriL _Co. Tele aph. Up 1/5 training adequate supervision Complete and

cafeteria. will be 10 to 15 per cent higher Member Drive There is no minimum educa- FOR RENT advertising support to assure lue.
\ The. four Bradford County Four room furnished No Investment
than a year earlier, according to tional level. However, men who house, car port and utility room eelS estate experience not required. Real
FFA to exhibit neeeuary
boys planning
USDA predictions. This price The franchise to sell Pontiacs have completed the'ninth grade on Walnut St. InquIre at 504 E. Assistance given In securing lIcenle.
PrnW"I. .
Chief in the show John Al- Ant. %
Carpenter steers are 3tl 1/5 Licensed salesmen
forecast b based on the expecta- Ends Saturday in Starke has been awarded to can normally be expected to Invited to investigate or the aLso
len Shadd, Jerry Suggs, Sidney -
tion that 8 percent fewer pigs G. Paul Raymond and his broth: make a passing score. Actually, FOR SALE ot JoinIng the L'} TED organi.cation _

Fire Chief D. W. Carpenter will be marketed than in early er-in-law. Milton H. Lang. Raymond this aspect of qualifying depends Newman and Dick Smith. 20 acre farm, S bed room house, of UNITED'S to share natlon.wide In the benefits

will attend the Fourth Annual (Continued from Page 1) announced this week that entirely on the individualI "1 Attending the meeting were I I some fruit trees electricity dally Complete details. Including program.COPT ot

Meeting of the Florida Fire 1956.A continuous reminder will be ment will buy his or her mem- they would open their dealership bye seen flome eighth graders FFA advisors Joe Woods and man and school bus. 1 mile from i our famous Write catalog mailed without
Service Training Improvement In order to encourage your I. bership immediately. If anyone soon in .the same quarters on I I pass the test while on the other Paul Hutchins; X. M. Smith, 2 ,pa"ed hlgh\\5. PrIce t.5OO.,' UNITED FARI today AGENCY!

Conference in Ocala next week, practical change over to meat-: has not been contacted please South Walnut street as was oc;, hand I have seen .high school representing the American Legion 14-1 acre farm 2 bed room home John Box T..626 Long, Crystal, DIsL River Sales, Fla.tchg'!.Igr. .

Jan. 21.2-1. type hogs. ThIs will mean care- come to the Chamber of Comnlerce cupied by Simpson-Urquhart.. graduates fall the same test" : A. L. CroSby Jr.. Rotary; electricity. fenced and portion of 1/5

The City Council' Tuesday ful selection of gilts of a popu. office in Starke and' I There has been no Pontiac said the sergeant Phillip Martineau, Cattlemen.s land in Imp. pasture. PrIce -
night voted to allot $50 to help lar meat-type males now woiId will be happy to arrange- membership dealer in Starke since May 1956. Young men desiring information Association; Warren Johns, $10,000.00. 2 lots SALE-.Five on St. Clair room 81.house Contact on

the fire chief with expenses. be Tamxnworth' Yorkshire ,and for you. Be sure to come Raymond said that Oscar Ritch on any of the Armed Chamber of Commerce, and J. A. Ire. Adele Hicks $ O. L. CereT,

Carpenter is a member of several i I Hampshire. before noon Saturday." will be service nilnager in the Services .are urged to contact .I Shadd. FLORIDA REALTY CO. Orange Park. Fla. Up 2/8

of the conference committees Soil Bank Notes The first concert the Festival new concern and mechanics will Sergeant Clem ns. 'Even though i "Indications are .that a lot of Of Sfarke FOR SALE- .Three bedroom furnished -

including Salvage and Overhaul This writing. Monday. Tomorrow : Symphonette. is scheduled for be on duty to service --the auto- rm a. Marine Corps recruiter IIlbe I support will be given to the program T.I..e 3Q3M PIne' Haven hOUle.' 101 Pinewood Dr

Practices, venuiation Practices, we attend a Soil Bank Thursday, Feb. 7. All programs mobileL glad to furnish information on I and we will have a good Temple Ave. Starke FIa.NARCISSCS Sub-dlvllion. ,1tp

and Rescue 'Practices. meeting at Lake City. By the will be presented in the Starke Opening date wm'b 'announc:' the other services," Sergeant show and sale:. Wood said this FOR SALE Eendlx Automatic

time you tad this we ought to elementary school ,cafetorium. eel later Raymond Sald. demons concluded. week. $ .oo. 1 rs. FOR J. H.SALE Fields._ 3 dozen Uehg 'Vaihlng len, Camp],(a Bla.udlng.<'hlne. 'GO. Mrs. 3d-Up

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