Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
Place of Publication:
Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
Creation Date:
February 6, 1958
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Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note:
Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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The Farmers SaWhat's; Wrong With The Starke Market?

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tom- wxr s consequently better prices.So manager who would know what tions earlier In the day, say at wrong with our market, but one work here. That's the way they

it seems to be the age-old I has been planted and about whenit 10 a. m. instead of 11:30 or 12 thing I have noticed is that the sell down at Plant City, so why

I riddle of which comes first, the will be ready, so that buyerscan the way they have been doing.If buyers always have some excuse not here?
;' chicken or the egg? Farmers be lined up ahead of time. they'd start the auction selling for poor prices. They say one time "I will attend any meetingthat
won't sell there because there And not when it is ready to sell earlier, then a man could get there are not 'enough berries and is called

are not enough buyers, and the because that is too late. back to his field and not lose then when more comes in, they
.1 buyers claim there isn't enough "I don't know too much aboutan 4. lot of time sitting around. say there are too many. It seems "Everything is wrong with the
produce to make it profitable for auction market, but if thatis "The auction market they're like there's always somethingthat
but of the blame
market soma
them to operate.In what the other growers want, starting up at Brooker this year keeps the grower from get-
could be with the farmers, too.
then I'm for it. sounds like a good idea. I've ting a decent price.
an effort to try and get at
You can't build a market by
-- -. the bottom of the trouble, The "I will attend any meetingsthat heard some around here say they "I sell all I grow on the Starke selling out in the field.

Griffis Norman : Telegraph interviewed persons are called. to try to work are planning on carrying pepper market, so I have tried to backit "One thing I think is wrong is
representative of all interests out an improvement of the mar- over there this year. up.
What's wrong with the Starke concerned with the market and ket" "An auction market could be "One thing I think would help.If that they sell too late. I've gone

State Farmers Market? asked them to air their gripes, made to work here. I'd like to they would sell a man's ber- there and the berries are sup
to the IRA WILSON: 'There's a lot ries posed to be sold at 11 a. m. but
Plenty according and suggestions as to what could see an inspector grading the as he came in, instead of the
farmers, who have criticized its be done to pull the market cut wrong with the market the wayit stuff, and a good auctioneer sel- way it is now when a man has it would be 1 p: m. before I'd get
operation freely, almost from the of its present sorry condition. is now. There are not enough ling it"I'll to sit around and wait for hours out of there. I'm in favor of sell-
constructed. buyers and not enough produce before back to his ing the berries just as soon asa
time it was first ; Here's what we came up! with: be glad to attend any he can get
Plenty according to state especially berries. There is not meetings called. We used to have work. I have to hire an extra man gets to the market with
market officials, who from time MARKLEE STARLING: "We enough competition in the bid- some good ones. I think that man because of the time I lose them."I .
to time have considered closingthe ; have to do something' to keep ding on berries, and the market George Huggins should call: it, at the market"I think the auction market
market here and moving the the market here because the dayis people work with the buyers, but and that Ralph Alvarez ought tc believe they have a good over at Brooker will work out

buildings to some other locationin ( coming when farming is com- they don't work with the grow- be: there, too." idea over at Brooker with their right good if the farmers will
the state. : ing back around here and the ers the way they should. auction market if the farmers stick with the market and not

Plenty according to for- market will 'be a big help. "For another thing, I think PETE GRIFFIS: "I'll be frank will back it up. let the buyers break it up.

mer market managers and buy- "What we need is a market they should start the berry auc- with you. I don't know what is "I think the same idea would Continued on Page 5))

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: -II f. Man Is Found Murdered

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inmate who had apparently been

vb strangled with a silk stocking and .
dumped from a car was found .
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: graded road near Lawtey.The .

: dead man was later identified -
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; Edward Manning, 42, described as # v, '
a drifter.
Harold NormanCommissioners j Sheriff P. D. Reddish and Assistant -

.State,AUorneyilack S.k'0tirem64''optimistic Sr ,r gL'6 ro'a

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<' : i Navy Pit Dies In Crash indicating that several leads hadbeen'uneoverid f v .A '

Elett' Mmt l : A Navy pilot,'Lt R. B.. Boyd of Jacksonville, was killed yesterday: When the body; was found r all \ ,

I .... afternoon when his Skyralder plane crashed near Stevens Lake on identification had been stripped ,) 't

the Camp Blanding reservationA Navy investigator at the scene from it but he was identified
As ChairmanHarold <<: said that Lt. Boyd was on a routine training mission when the plane yesterday afternoon after finger- :

fell. prints had been taken and foundto _
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Norman, the newest t'I correspond with some on file ,
member of the Board of County at the State Prison.
Freeholder Registration To BeginThe
Commissioners, was elected Com- I Manning had' served one year
.... in for and enter- a
mission chairman 'at the annual prison breaking L 51 sJ
reorganization meeting' Monday. first of the procedures in I proof of property ownership, ing and was discharged in 1949. ( t 'zs / J

Norman, 26-year-old La\ t'y : preparation for the forthcoming I Mrs. Crosby said. This proof can He was sen} up from Sarasota. '
school bond election will
,farmer, is serving his first term get un- I be established either by a tax receipt The body was found on a graded : .,. .
derway tomorrow morning when .fN'>> 1". ... ., t
deed ,) "" :; .
on the Board. He has served as I or with name of the road off of SR 125 which leads t; < - - -
the registration books will be ,
vice-chairman for the past person registering it tc Humphrey's Gold mines. It
yearand' ready in the precincts for free- Fatal Silk Stocking Entwines Manning's Neck '
I Mrs. Crosby advised that the discovered about 7
succeeds H. A. (Buddy) Bish- was a. m. by ,
holders to begin the process of
same residential i B MMMV MMMBI VH B M*
op Jr. as chairman. I requirementsmust Bill Pendarvis, who lives at the
Brooker reregistering.The be met as in 'a general end of the road, as he was on
:M. O. Harrell of was School Board, meeting Sheriff's Headache
election. To vote in the bond his way to work. Budget Develops .
named vice-chairman. Monday, did not set the date of election a person must have livedin
The Commissioners made one the election. School Supt. Har- Doctors examining the body
the state for and in
'(change, in the appointive personnel mon Morgan said the membersare the county for a at year least six determined that Manning died For Commission Too High
naming Ed Norman as courthouse waiting until all of the months in addition to owning about 4 or 4:30: a. m. An autopsywas ; They Say
clearances have been performed but the results
janitor instead of I. V.' Anderson necessary property.The .
who has held the post foi received from Tallahassee before I have not yet been reported.
registration books! are required -' Operation of the sheriffs office
several scheduling the election. Deputy Sheriff Riley Sweat said trap.Bishop
years.Reappointed under the created
to be kept open for at newly budget suggested that to solve
Mrs. 'Marion Crosby, super- that the tracks showed thatit
to their old positions least 30 days. car system ran into difficulty this the dilemma the sheriff might
were County Attorney Mad visor of registration, announcedthat The bond election will decide pulled up to the end of the week when the County Commis- have to cut off one of his deputiesand
will be
the precincts oper-
S: Futch and Road Foreman R whether or not the freeholders dead end graded road turned sioners found that there was not sideline one of the cars.
E Jones. ated as follows.Precinct around in a driveway and went sufficient funds to meet the the
want the school board to float a requests At time the budget was ap-
The Commission also agree*I W. Roberts 1 in(LawteyGeorge charge.) $450,000 bond issue to help back to near where it joined the of the sheriff for moneyto proved the sheriff told the Com
finance hard road, then dumped the body his office.
school missioners
constructor operate he
and a thought his office
that the closing of the courthou* Precinct 2 and 3 (north
south Starke-Registrations) will program proposed by a statr out. The lack of funds caused the could make sufficient arrests to
in observance of legal holiday::
team. Manning apparently had Commission to take second look meet
be taken by Mrs. Crosby in the survey no established a the expenses of his office.
would follow the schedule established County Clerk's office. At the present time about I address, the sheriff reported at the budget as a whole and come These expenses were higher than

by the Merchants Divisioi Precinct 4 (Graham) Mrs. 350p freeholders are registeredMrs. but had been rooming re- to the conclusion that it was too preceding years, however, becauseof

of the Chamber of Commerce. Ii Ollie Rivers in charge. Crosby said. The re-regis- cently in Jacksonville. His near- high.It. an additional full time deputyput

addition the courthouse will b ,, Precinct 5 (Hampton) Mrs. tration is expected to cut downon est relative was believed to be was the consensus of the into service, an additional
Pearl Home. that number. an uncle in Sarasota. commissioners that "we made amistake" jailer and increased costs of feed
closed for business
; genera
Precinct 6 (Theressa) Mrs -- when they approved the ing prisoners and operation of
election days when it is used a
budget at the $63,000 figure when normal services.
Delaney Dickinson.
voting precinct Precinct 7 (New RiverMrs.. City Building In '57 Hits $$350,000 during the preceding year the department The immediate problem presented
Eunice Moody. ; had earned only $45- to the. Commissioners which

I City Receives Precinct 8 (Brooker) Mrs.R. 000 for the Fine and Forfeiture I launched the re-study of the bud

A. Colson. Increase Shown In Power RevenueRemodeling Fund. i get was the requisition of $13-
Persons registering must bring. Since the Fine and Forfeiture' 865 by the sheriff for operation

Fund, which is produced from .i: his office during January.

County Spending The building of new homes dom- additions to build- fines and forfeitures of bonds paid The Board found that the Fin

inated the construction scene in ing and construction of garages by persons arrested, is expectedto and Forfeiture Fund did not contain

Stays In BudgetIn Starke during 1957, accountingfor andvsheds accounted for the rest finance operations totaling enough funds to meet this request -

about 75 per cent of the total of the funds authorized by the about $67,000, the Commissionerswere i with only a little more

First QuarterA amount spent for building, according building permits.Out glumly foreseeing'a possible than $5,000 in the bank.

: to permits issued by the city of the 74 permits issued shortage of $20,000 or more unless (Continued on Page Six)

<<: report on expenditures duringthe The total amount spent for construction during the year 38 were for new steps are taken to offset it.
first quarter of the year'soperation I was $351,528 with $264- homes, with the ccosts of the They noted that the number of
; under the 1957-58 budget 000 of this spent for new homes. houses ranging from $1,500 to arrests have not jumped up pro- Cold And Snow
; showed that the county has I Though
the construction spending $30,000. portionately over a year ago to
spent a little less than one-quart during 1957 was.less than in 1955or offset the additional expense, with
Another indication of the Un
er of the funds allocated. grow -Florida like weather
1956, it still was considered a of Starke fines and forfeitures bringing an
The report prepared for. the th during the year was seems to insist on staying
: progressive year by city officials. average of about $4,000 a month.
; Commission by County ClerkCharles ,I seen in the city's revenues from in Florida and yesterday
i Darby, showed that a tot, In each of the two preceding years the electric utility.Th "How did we get it into our brought some'ery Un-
permits were issued by the city minds that the 'sheriffs depart-
al of $59,118.81 had been spent t; power revenues collected Florida like snow to Brad
out of the $250,668.17 alloted foi, for construction valued at $480-. during 1957 showed an increase of ment could produce $22.000 more," ford County.The .
000. Commissioner M. O. Harrell queried -
$24,416 those collected in ,
the county's operation during the! over snowy dowdy day
1 year. Construction of new business 1956.: Last year these revenues wa followed with a low of

Broken down into the various I places was the lowest it has been amounted to $242,469.84 while in Commission Chairman H. A. 19 degrees this morning.

funds, the report showed thai; for a number of years, limited to 1956 the figures were 21805378. Bishop Jr. said that the solutionof Yesterday the snow and

Capt. C. W. Hancock, Florida ,,I $24,847.26 had been spent out ol tf r the remodeling of a building fora Showing that the city has the problem will depend on one dark day kept the ther
present the city with a safety the $125,227.97 General Fund, office construction grown steadily is the fact that an of two choices. The sheriff will mometer from climbing any
Starke having no fatal accidents leaving $100,380.71 for the next: new telephone increase of 60 has been shown in either have to make more arrestsor higher than S3 degrees.
eight months operation; $20.311; of two new service stations, the number of utility users. In cut down on the expenses of The snow could be seen
award on behalf of the city Is ( ) i
has been spent out of the $105,-. the building of an office building January of 1957 the city was fur- the office. drifting down In light flurries -
Council safety chairman W. II.
I 794.98 Road and Bridge Fund; and I for the Shell Oil Co. and erection nishing 1351 places of businessor But Commissioners stressed for over an hour, but

at a police department dinner $13, 953.69 has teen spent out oi f f of the What-A-Burger Stand. residences with utilities while that they did not want arrests to didn't stay around long,
rant at which Capt Hancock 'I I the $78,764.03 Fine and Forfeiture! A total of about $46,000 was this month this figure stands at increase to the extent that the melting as won as It hit

meat problems. :- Fund. spent on business construction. 1411. county would be labeled a speed the ground.f .

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Former's DiaryBy I

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\I Sam McGamy
Ready To TalkWhat's II

t ( postoffice And speaking which of was names located, the in "Super-Right" Pure Pork "Super-Right" Pork ShoulderSausage
r rt ,
wrong with the Starke State Farmers
a little store across the highway
Market from Oscar Carter's market was
That is the question The Telegraph has triedto called "Lit." It was named for

find at least a partial answer to in a series of :Mrs. Oscar Carter's grandfather.

'interviews with local farmers, buyers, and persons Littleton Phillips, and the postmaster -

connected with the market management. was Henry. .Norman PLb

'As-might: be expected, we didn't come up with Visited around at many of the The berry growers are not
any' cut anfl dried answers, and no pat solutionfor berry farms this week, and found worried about a freeze now. "Let
the problems that have ,beset the market that in the whole area south of it freeze they say, "but don't

since its 'construction here some 20 years' ago. "Starke (the Griffis loop) there let it come in early February or
are only five berry plantings of that. will be "
the end of the crop. I
OpInions differ of course, depending largely on
any size. Coleman has 40 thou- I
whether you area, farmer trying to get the highes sand, Ira Wilson has 45 thou- There is some talk that the

| ,price possible for your crate of berries, or a sand, Pete Griffis 75 thousand, 24-pint crate will be used for I
buyer, trying to buy that'same crate of berriesfor and 'two other growers have 15 berries this year. At least one ",

{he. lowest price possible. thousand printings each. There grower said he would not be sur- "' '
'aU'of the received-to our maybe others but these are the prised to see it used this season.
But? from answers
only ones of any size. SAnd Lb
searching questions, we did detect an encouragingsign H ,
he the I -
posed problem:
one on which we can pin a note of hope 43CI
Elesewhere in the county, Os- How much should packers be "
for the future operation of the market. This en- ". Bag .
ale 'Cason has 100M, Marklee paid per crate? They now get 50
couraging sign was the fact that practically all Starling and E. D. Norman have cents for the 36-pint crate, and :
spokesmen admitted there were two sides to the 90M, Leeton .Morgan, father and they may say that a crate is a
question and indicated a willingness tocome to- son have 50M, J. B. Gaskins crate, whether 24 or 36 pints I
.gether an effort to work out some solution to ,I about 40M. Lloyd Griffis 40M., and still want 50 cents. But it.
'the'market' Farmers, while criticiz- and Luther Hilliard and Morris looks like 35 cents 'wouldbe'
Carter have large plantings. fair to the grower.
ing the market management, admitted that lack .
or.of'cooperation : was partly to blame Remember w
when they used tc
While looking at the
for the deterioration of the market here% we were asked to report plantings on who raise a lot of sweet corn out in %' Red Delicious ,6 For

'*! lever.yet saw two farmers who could agree had the prettiest stand, but the Heilbronn section? Due to ,

on'anything," is 'the way one grower spoke in we're not about to do that. So the competition down south, the

describing the lack of cooperation on the part of far as we are concerned, theyall growers around here have just
looked good. about quit raising corn or at
himself and his neighbors. -. S least the Sapp brothers have.

"You can't build a market by selling your produce Ira and Pete Griffis ha"e some Felix 'raises 'a little bit. He sells APPLES9c
what he can and then turns his
out in the field, another admitted. of the new Dixieland plants and
hogs into it.
Many of the growers interviewed showed interest Ira and Eunice Wilson showedus 1 t

in the proposed auction market to be triedat some .of the berries. They area Sure is a lot of difference in

Brooker this season and expressed belief it plump-shaped fruit,' quite different the various kinds of cane syrup
'from either the
would succeed if the growers would stick with Missionary Ira Wilson gave us a bottle of
or the 90. Ira said his plantingof
the market and refuse to sell their produce else- the Dixieland looks very good.' his and we've never tasted any

where. S like it before.s's Golden Ripe C

Several spokesmen said they would see Marklee Starling has a fine See where in spite of the fact
market tried at Starke and big Bramah bull. The rascal is
the auction type expressed that there are more cigarettes
willingness to meet with other growersin big as an elephant, and looks than ever being produced, the Lb :
this area and market officials in an effort to quite tame but Sam kept edging amount of tobacco used in the BANANA :

see what could be worked out along this line. away from him, because bullfighting butts is decreasing. It's like .{hat ,
is decidedly not one of in almost all the things, a,. far- '
Faced with the possibility of losing the market his accomplishments.
mer raises. A package of frozen
here, it that farmers are seriously concerned .
appears S t foods, for instance, contains just
and ere probably in a more receptive We'd always supposed that about two good sized tablespoonsof

mood than ver before'to try and work out some the stream which goes by Lonzi food, 'and all the rest is pack Firm

plan of operation that will be mutually beneficial. Norman's place is Water Oak, aging. Large C
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l. < but Lonzi told us it is called
As of them remarked"We" can't afford Gum Branch. The marketing experts say .
'one Drop And that the that we need all that packaging. For 19
'to lose our market. The day is coming when one ,near it is called Coffee iLc* the housewife demands it.
farming will come back around here, and we will Branch. We like those names and yet there is one' fact that LEMON
need oUr'market facilities even more than'we do and wonder how they got start- stands out: You can't eat pack-
;right now'With aging!

'the nation's boom economy apparently"leveling ..ff f7 f f fffftlf.rl......f 1IU4PION Donald McMahone and son. She

off" and 'the prospects of lay-offs insorne1filustrie's'the' had been staying with them dur- -- -

(J ; day when farming will stage !if ing a seiga of the flu throughout Finest Quality,1"",." ". to ,.. ,: -

ra comeback in this area may be closer than we 'By )fl'll. D. E. Jill the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Fred.
;fhink... :In that case '''it'will be more important erick Watterson of Starke and ; Frozen
...A ..... Tab A&P
than ever ,before to have adequate marketing .AA...' Mrs. Dot Eiland drove down to A&P BUTTER 'Style lb 69c

'facilities for the produce grown here.We'are Freeholders- Register get Mrs. Watterson Saturday. :
belief -that Now For Bond Election .i I (
heartily in accord with the ,
Re-registration of freeholdersfor I
1l meeting should be held at whichgrievances
: the county school bond elec-
'from all sides could aired with complete frank tion will begin Friday, Jan. 10, lona Brand Cut I CUT CORN

ness and some decision\ reached as to the opera and Home's grocery will be the

tion of-the market in the immediate future. The registration place for those in SELECTYr -l-Ib
'sooner'such a'meeting is held, the better for the Hampton "area. GREEN BANS 2 cans 23c

'another season will be here before we know it. Freeholders, that is property

At Brooker, understand 'that the 'farmers holders in Bradford County, only.

themselves .took the initiative in calling the are to register'will at this time, re- : : 1-1 IO'oz pkgs 27c
gistration be good only for lona Brand
meeting and mapping out the proposed new plan ,I this special bond election, and
of operation. 'Perllapsit would 'be a- good "thing
not for any future city or county !
for the farmers to do the same thing here, for election.In :
then they would ,feel that it was their meeting, order to register, each person ,OIYNOUR TOMATOES 2-1-lbrans 27c : :

they could fpeak freely, and would feel a direct must submit either a tax receipt .

responsibility to support the :plan of operationthat or deed showing his own .
name, to instructionsfrom (:
was finally adopted.However
"K h '"meeting .could be called. as Mrs. of Marian Crosby., county REPAYMENTPLAN Super-Right: Canned -.- ,
supervisor registration.No
several of the farmers interviewed suggested by .
Wife '
'the County Agent, or by the chairman of the, can register'unless her
is shown 12
name on the' deed or CORN BEEF oz can 37c"
Market Steering Committee. It matters little tax receipt, or unless she signsan
who calls the 'meeting, but unless the dreary affidavit. If a' person has no ..'I

record 'of last' year is to be repeated, it is obvious tax receipt 'or deed .to show own Jane Parker -

Mat: some radical, changes must be made in the ership, he should sign an affid-
'operation of the'market, and the sooner the bet- avit of ownership, which must be Worthmore :
turned in with the registrationblank. 1 ON
: -Blackberry .
The registration books will be CHOCOLATE DROPS 12-ozbox 29c
open tor 30 days or until Feb.
Common Sense SpendingDefense ; ,
10. The proposed bond issue, for

$4500,000, includes $20,000 for .
Secretary Neil McElroy, interceptedby work on the Elementary School, :
reporters at a White House side door after a for renovating, repair work, and Daily Brand (3 Diets)
conference with President Eisenhower, indicated purchase of additional necessary
that the defense budget will be in the neighbor- 'equipment.
hood fof' $40 billion, with 'the emphasis on mis 'Christian. Church Services UP 10't ," DOG FOOD6 ,4t8-1nch: Each 43c

siles. This ,is in line with most 'predictions and Jake Thomas of Lake Butler ,
has been preaching Sunday evening -
expectations and is not seri-
arouse any 1 services at Hampton Christ-' I .
ous public.protest, even though it is generally
ian Church with services beginning $tnwuuO Cashmere Regular. Bars; _Deodorizer
mitted that it'was not a lack of money that held at 7 p. m. L

back 'our missile and satellite programs. Starting Sunday, Jan. 19, he -" Bouquet, 2 bars 19c ;Florient, 6 oz can 59c
The real perils of our budgetary situation were will be present for both morningand \ .

:outlined about the same time by Chairman evening services. Detergent 9c OFF Large .Pkg.Fab .
Clarence Cannon of the House Appropriation Personals Deodorant Bath .Bars
Guests at the home 'of'Mr and '"Folks ; packages C'
Find Us '
committee, who warned against bureaucratic efforts Friendly
Mrs. O. Brookins t
for the holidays .Dial for :35c
Soap,12 *
to launch a spending with national :
spree included -Cpl Wm R. Brookins, Detergent Large Package
defense as the excuse He predicted that Sput- MCAS of Miami; Mr. and Mrs.. LOCAL FINANCECOMPANY .
,' iik WtSa godsend to the ,pork barrel spenderswho E. W. Hodges Jr.-and'children of Ad, .24 ounce box 33c Detergent, ,'

will use it to bolster their requests for bigger Americus, Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. ,Jane. Parker
and ''bigger appropriations.In K. E. Russ and son of Melbourne. I Detergent :Giant Package Vel 1 Liquid12 pz can ;,39cfJCmere I

his plea for the use of common sense in our -and Mr. and childern Mrs. Rex were E. overnight Brookins I Vel, 9c off deal 70c I

'spending; 'Chairman Cannon stresses the ,point < Bath Bars
guests on Tuesday, Dec. 31. : .
''that, in the face of i increased defense spending, 114 N. Walnut St.
Mr. and Mrs. Avory Slade are : '
.Deodorant. Small Bars :
we must be all the more economical 'with the the parents of a daughter, born -' .Bouquet, 2bars27c TO ; C Ci I1PSC7eanur S
Doors from Post Officej : POT
((3 Dial 2 bars 25c
things we.-don't have to have. .He insists that Tuesday, Dec. 31, at St. Vincent's Soap, ,

the budget can bey balanced and that the $275 'Hospital in Jacksonville. Phones 580 and 581 ; Giant Size, z.
billion bt, wiling will not have to be'raised,'in Mrs. M. It. Watterson returnee !Toilet Tissue! e
spite -of ing for greater spending. Saturday after two weeks in ,A-Jax 2 -35c
Bradenton with .Mr. and Mrs. .i Angel Soft 2 rolls 25c cans
"We ,mnst be .careful not to spend ourselves f ;
'into'bankrupcy.. :Russia is .just sitting by waiting ,;4-OzBag: 2 3c

1or'that 'to,,happen," he declares. THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 1' .

,Whether.t Chairman Cann n's ideas succeed or food ,.
fail' will. ,depend-on the support that -he Andhis 'EST. 187DFLORIDA'S '. :ii ,
.f llowCougre'smen'receive, : :; from the folks back ,it PUBLISHED CONTINOUSLY .

home. if they want:a strong 'country a sol, 'UNDER THE SAUC MASTHEAD. ,,'' ,412 Call Street .

vent country .-4hey'fnust 'turn their ''backs; ''on 1 tike, ..FloridaJ..1.1n _
personal or community advantage at public ex-
pense and urge support of the Cannon program. THE ACT OF MARCH a, IS7S.


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its spent sometime with Mrs. and 1 Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Kirkland .. -- -
Morris 9YYYYYYYTYYYYTYYYYYYYYYY asking for anyone to come forth Middleburg for a visit with Mr. vices at the
and Mr. and Mrs. i of Ocala. Congregational December 11. 1>57.a .
L. Wells, in Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wilkersonand now with their plans for fund and Mrs. Marvin Green and Holiness Church there. I II / Betty Gainry, Administratrix
LMVTEYvi MAXVILLE raising and ideas for the build Estate of E. A. .
and Mrs. C. A. Byrd. in se- family had as holiday family., Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Harris ed.Firt. Gainey, deg a.
guests ing which I
we hope to get started Miss Eleanor Johnson returned
le; while Mr and Mrs. Doyle Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Lowry. of Atlanta and .son, Ray visited Mr. and Mrs. publication on December 20,
Eubanks visited Mr. and Mrs. W. l Ga., and Mr. and Mrs. Jim By !Jra. a B. Nolan very shortly. Come' on Fellow to Jacksonville Sunday evening Dawson Padgett and Miss Geraldine mr. i/o 4t i/u
6A AAAAAAAAAAAAA f N. Eubanks Citizens, let us put forth all of after a visit with Miss ShirlejHigginbolham. -
and Mr. and Mrs. E. Reed of
my Jacksonville.Mr. && the Padgett in Middleburg
&AAAA possible interest and attention .
Urralt ttmrt. Bradford
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Wilkerson N. Shiver in Panama City, and and Mrs. C.aaly
W. J.Green and that we can spare. A lot can Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson Sunday evening. Florida i In l'haarery.
announce the arrival: of a son, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spence and family of Jacksonville have moved We are all glad to learn that be Florence K. Floyd Plaintiff M.
Mrs. Elbert Brown Is able to be accomplished when a community visited Mrs. Sadie Green in M.IC- S George U. Floyd, Defendant.
George William, in Bradford Mr. and Mrs. Sid Beach in De- into i the former Jim Moore house.Their .
pulls together.We Benny last Friday. Cane No. 12-4C!
County Hospital on Jan. 1. Mrs. Funiak Springs, Mrs. Edward up again after a two''weeks ill I. The Order of Pabllratl.
son and daughter entered are sorry that Dan Har- Comutr Juder'n C art !.,, > mud Settee Tpmr .
,Wilkerson was formerly Miss Beebe and family were in St. school on Monday.Mr. ness.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Wilkinson A.* For Bradford County. Flor ;\. Male of FUrlda 'Tel
groves is ill again. His wife had ida. George R. Floyd whose
Ann Brown. Cloud for and Mrs. Raymond Kil- attended funeral services IiMacclenny : residence
a visit with Mr. and and Mrs. Frank Wells and to take him to Callahan Mondayto In P.e: Estate of E. A. is tUl'hllond.1rgini.., and whoaddrrs <
gore and family had as" their last Friday for MrsWilkinson's Gainer.
Mrs. Leona Mrs. Charles. Sisk. Is Richmond
Edwards had as daughter returned to their homein I I the doctor. Deceased. County Jail,
guest on Sunday, Dec. 29, Mr.Kilgore's cousin, Billy Moore, Richmond. Virginia.You .
Rev. '
guests during the holidays Mr. George S. Mikell; of Savan- after MITICE: TO CREDITORS
an extended Mr. and Mrs.
Rudy Higgin- are required to
brother and sister-in- who was fatally injured in ar All creditors of the estate of E. appear on
and Mrs. B. W. Tucker and family 'conducted prayer, meeting at with Mrs. Effie :Miner. botham and daughter Robin, A. Gainey, deceased January !7, 19i&. In the above
visilMi law, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kil- automobile wreck near Callahanon are herebynotified named Court and ,
of Fernandina Louie the First cause wherein
Beach the Baptist Church Wednesday
on and Mrs. and required to file
Levy Griffis and spent last weekend in Lawtey any
gore, and son Edward of Tampa.We New Year's day.Mrs claims plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration .
Lee Wainwrights of Avon Park. evening. He is he brother sons had or demands which they may-
as holiday Mr. With Mrs.
guests are glad that Drew Wil- Higginbotham's parents Kathleen Wilson and Earl have against said estate In the office of former name.
and Mr. and Mrs. Sari Edwards, of Mrs. E. P. Sheelz. and Mrs. Monk Barton and family kinson was able to return to his Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Star Roger of Jacksonville and Mrs of the County Judge of Cvad- Bradford County Telegraph shall
and dauhters ol Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Erlie Padgett and and },fr.and Mrs. Line Griffith Earl and children ford County Florida in the Court. publilh this Order in nest four
job at Cecil Field after a weeks ling.Paul Mosley visited house at Starke, weekly Usues.
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. William: daughter, spent Saturday afternoon of Macclenny. illness. Stanley and Chuckle Gar Thursday afternoon with Mrs eight calendar months Florida from within tbe Witness my hand and official

eon and family of Gainesville vis with Mr. and Mrs. Lige Miand and Mrs. Othma Norman retl, who have been staying With Hattie Nolan. date of the first publication of this seal at Utarke, Florida' this :e December -
Mrs. Waters and .
fled Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Campbell .+, Douglas in Lake Butler.- family were in Jacksonville Dorothy' their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs HarrisCarter notice. Each claim or demand must ( 1)57.OFFICIAL SEAL)
had as their guests on Sun be inriling and
; must state
and the L. C. Kings on New Mrs- Senie Prevatt and the Le- during the holidays for a visit day, Dec. 29, Mrs. W. A. :Myers Doss Higginbolham. returned tc A wedding of interest to a wide place or residence and post office the Charles As A.Clerk Darby,

Years Day. roy Donna had as Sunday guests with Mrs. Bettie Johns. and Mrs. G. C. Bullard of Valdosta their home in Jacksonville Monday circle of friends in Maxville ana address of the claimant and must Ky Marian L. Crosby of said, Deputy Court.Clerk

Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wainwrighthad Mrs. Eunice Prevatt, Sharon Coleman Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lovett and Ga. and Mr. and Mrs Clint with their mother, Mrs. Paul Clay Hill is the marriage of Miss be sworn to be the claimant his Chas. R. Mess S0< Guaranty Life

as recent guests their son, Lynne Robinson, Jack London family visited Mrs. Clarence Gay Garrett Shirley Carter, daughter of Mr agent become or his attorney, or it will CMg., Jacksonville :. Fla.
of void
Murray Quitman, Ga according to law. Attys for Plf l:/n U Illt
sin, and his son, of Atlanta, Jack Mallie Prevail, of Jackson.I in Waldo during the' holidays. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Nolan and Edwin Chilson of Starke spent and Mrs. Jim Carter of Clay Hill!

and family, of Waycross, and ville, Rev. and Mrs. George Chism, Mrs. Emmalyn Bell and son of sons drove to Palatka last Monday last Tuesday and Wednesdaywith to Millard (Mutt) Harris, son of '

their granddaughters, Misses of Moniac. Ga., Mrs. Zellie Pad Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. night, Dec. 30, and Mr. No- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Well. Andrew Harris of Maxville 1'1 ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing j

Judy, Frankie, and Bettie, of gett and Carol Norman of High Otis Brewer and Pie ,Lewin Red. lan'and sons visited with R. L. hausen and family. which was solemnized on Satur- .I Established 1S94That's II

Jacksonville.Mr. land Mr. and Mrs. Dick Starlingof dings: on Saturday.. t Holliman and daughter Sandra Home, Demonstration_ Club day night, Jan. 4. by Judge Cecil

and Mrs. Donald Hall of Heilbronn, and several Law ',The Robert :.Waldrons has asguests while Mrs. Nolan and Mrs. Hol The Maxville Home Demon- Conner in Folkston, Ga. The

New Smyrna spent the weekend fey relatives and friends. Rev. during the 'weekend Mr. liman attended installation services stration Club will meet at the young couple had for attendants

with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. May. Chism conducted prayer meetingat and Mrs. Hilburn Waldron, Mr. for HaStings Lodge No. 48!, home of Mrs. Oscar Harris Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rafuse. Both Our Business

Mr. and Mrs. George Griffis this tIme. and Mrs. Harley Waldron, and Order of
and daughter of New River, spent Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Phillips: and Howard Waldron all of Miami, lane their sister, Mrs. L. AWard m. for their first meeting of the School. Mr. Harris is presently Glass We Hare 1&1!

from Wednesday until Saturdaywith liOn, Danny, Mr. and Mrs. Cole and Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Waldronof was installed as Worthy New Year. All members are empoyed by the SL Marys Kraft CALL WRITE or VISIT

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griffis man Phillips of Waldo, and "Mr. Starke. Matron and Mrs. George Beach urged to attend this meeting ant' Corp., but will enter the U. S. I .
and Gerald. of guests are invited. Army on Monday, Jan. 13, and ; Joe Peters
and Mrs. James Phillips and Jimmy Mosley Jacksonvillea was installed as Marshall of thr Bring a I Glass Co.
Mr. and Mrs. H C. Kelly and daughter of Starke, enjoyed visited George Mosley and Mr. Hastings Chapter.Mr. sandwich for lunch. Drinks will will be stationed at Ft. JacksonS. .

David carried Wendell to Lakeland family dinner at the home of their arson Mrs. W. B. Dansen last week. and Mrs. Avery Slade of foe furnished by ,the hostess. C. FOR ANY GLASS NEED

on Sunday to resume his Leslie and family in Calla- )Ir. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier had Hampton announce the arrival of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stanley and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Harris, We Design Modern Store Fronts

studies at Southern College.Mr. han on Sunday. as guests during: the holidays Mr. a baby daughter, born in St. children who have been visiting Ray Harris and Mrs. Ida Pagdel .
Just Mail
Us A Pattern for
and Mrs. Jonas and familyof Mrs. G. W. Durham, Danny and and Mrs. Edwin Rosier and 'family Vincent's Hospital Jacksonvilleon with Mrs. Slanle/s mother, Mrs and Miss Geraldine Brock o f I

Branford were Thursday guestsof Freddy Wilson, and Ken Hines, all of Macclenny Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday, Dec. 31. The young Dorothy Waters and family for Middleburg were visitors In i Table Tops

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raulerson of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Claudia Homer Hart of Jacksonville, and lady has been named Mary the past two weeks are leaving Green Cove Springs last Tuesday j jI 1313 N.W. 4th PL Gainesville. Fla. Phone FR. 24353

and daughters.Miss Strickland of Gainesville, were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Slade and Claudine. Mrs. Slade Is the this week for Rantoul Air Force I night and attended Watch Ser

Linda Overstreet of Jacksonville Friday dinner guests of Miss Eli' I family of Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Base in Illinois. It is a training I

spent last week with zabeth Terry.: Hart are planning to stay with Green of Maxville. She is staying base and Mr. Stanley will go to

Misses Jeannette and Geneva Rev. and Mrs. E. P. Sheets and the Rosiers and commute daily to here with her family while the school there for 18 weeks.

Green. Mrs. Juanita ,Overstreetcame daughters, Mrs. Arthur Pearce, their work in Jacksonville.Miss new baby is confined to the Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schmehl TOWN

for her daughter on Satur. M r. and Mrs. Jimmy Sheetz, and Mary Ann Motes spent the hospital. Surely hope she will be and children of Jacksonville were fINANCE COMPANYOpens
weekend with Miss guests of Mr. and Mrs
day.R. Mrs. Joyce Fetch and Ralph attended Ann Mageehee out soon. supper
H. McCauley of Daytona Homecoming at North Side in Alachua before returning to Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Nolan anti
spent the holidays with his family Church on Sunday. the University of Florida on sons had as their guests for the last Monday night. Misr

h re. Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Anders had Sunday.Mrs. day last Tuesday, Mrs. W. A Merle Higginbotham returned to Its New Office

We are sorry to report that as Sunday dinner,guests Mr. andMrs. Effie Miner had as guestson Cannon and Mrs. J. S. McWat- Jacksonville with them for It .

Miss Ruby Lee Johnson Carl Johnny Jenkins and family Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harry tars of Palatka, and Mrs. L. A. visit.Mr. At

Griffis, and R. L. Bradley are all of Jacksonville. Fitzpatrick and Mr. and Mrs. Ward and Mrs. G. M. Beach of and Mrs. George Johnson

patients in hospitals in Starke. Danny Phillips spent last week George Southerland of Green Cove Hastings.! Mrs Cannon remainedfor and family and Mrs. Paul Gar- ,. 144 WEST CALL STREET STARKE
week's visit{ with her rett of Jacksonville visited Sunday
Miss'Marty. Bales spent last in Waldo with Mr. and Mrs: Coleman Springs. a
week with Miss Anita Alvarez Phillips. Ray Reddish went to Tallahassee daugh-ter, Mrs. Nolan and fame with Mr. and Mrs. Dosr (ACROSS FROM OLENS DEPT. STORE)

and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Red Miss Shirley Crawford, daugh- ,, on Tuesday and brought\ Mrs. ily. Higginbotham' and family. 0

Alvarez, at the Scrub. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Craw- J. O. Pons and family to the homeof I Mrs F. B. Coleman' and daughter Mrs. Nolan's Mother Honored LOANS TO $600.00CONFIDENTIAL

Miss Betty Joe Clark spent ford, is taking a business coursein their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. R. L. Browning and I Mrs. C. B. Nolan entertained .

from Wednesday to Sunday with Daytona.. Bryant Reddish, on Wednesday.The .I Miss Evelyn Coleman entertained I at her home Sunday, Jan. 5 FAST SERVICE .

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McDonaldIn The Bennett Wilkisons had as Pons returned to Tallahasseeon at Mrs. Coleman's home New with a surprise, birthday dinner

Jacksonville. recent Mr. Monday.Mrs. Year's Eve vdth a watch party. fcr her mother, Mrs. W. A. Can. EVEN IF YOU
guests and Mrs. O. B. OWE SOMEONE ELSE
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crawfordand Wiggins and family and Mrs. Joe G. W. Roberts spent Friday Over a hundred guests enjoyedthis 1 non, of Palatka, who celebratedher SEE, US.

family had as recent guests Napier and .daughter of Jackson and Saturday with Mrs. occasion. 74th birthday on Monday LOANS ON -
Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Muse and 'ville. Pearl Whitnel in DeLand.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. 'B. Nolan and 1 Jan. 6. All five of Mrs. Cannon's .. AUTO .: FURNITURE

'son, Misses Gloria and Bettie Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bryant and and Mrs. P. L. Dinkins and sons had as their attests last daughters were able to celebrate LIVESTOCK .

Crawford, and Mr. and Mrs. H. R family were in .Ocala on Sundayfor Freddy were in Jacksonville on Tuesday night:to watch the New this event with her, which! made

Crawford and son, all of Jack- a visit with Mr. and Mrs. G. Sunday to see Mrs. Charlie Din- Year come In,. Mrs., Ruby; Dur her very happy. In midafternoonthe

,sonville. F. Thompson.Miss I, kins at Baptist Hospital. Mrs. I rance and sons R. V..and Kow- beautiful three tiered birth- Loans For very Worthwhile Purpose

Landon Griffis of Jacksonvillespent Gloria Anderson was a Dinkins had the >misfortune to ard, Mrs. Hattie Nolan, Mr and day cake, decorated with largr

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.Levin guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Cornwall fall and break her hip and her Mrs: J.'C. Nolan' and children, pink rose buds baked and deco-. DROP IN AND SAY HELLO! "
Griffis and the Bob Wheel.( and family in Jacksonvillelast shoulder.Mr. Buck and Henry Wellhausen and rated by Mrs. Cannon's daughters .
Edwin Chilaon 'of Starke. Pianc was cut and served with PHONE .
'era. and Mrs. L. Shu- .
George .
] week. .They 'brought her .. i ; :, HERMAN FILLINGIM. Manager
of spent ford had as guests during the and guitar music and singing wa drinks. Enjoying. this occasion
.Arthur Green Mayport J home and, with Mr. and Mrs..V. D. .
until a late hour and with Mrs. Cannon and Mrs. Nolan
enjoyed ,
Mr. weekend Mrs. Lois Carter and
his <
last week with parents, :Dickerson, spent the weekend "
refreshments were served were: Mr. and Mrs. George
and Mrs. Bill Green. with Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Wilker sons and Mrs. Floyd Denmark and
that Mrs. and
We regret Ruby Vinson Mr and Mrs. Carl
,Teachers and students were all family of Jacksonville.
Durrrance fell while visiting of Jacksonville Mrs Minnie
a son.Gerald Wyles -
school aftertheir : Jimmy Eunice returned to
to return to :
glad Griffis visited with Mr.
with the C. B. Nolan family las i Miller of, Miami, Mrs. L. A.
holiday. Mr. and Mrs school at Middle-Georgia College,
long and Mrs.
Marvin ins
Thompson Tuesday night and sprained her Ward and Mr. and Mrs. George
Hugh B. Ingram Jr., and son Jacksonville from Cochran Ga. on Wednesday after
Sunday ankle. She pulled two ligament Beach of Hastings, Mr. and Mrs.
of Mrs. Ingram's parents a visit with his parents, Mr. and
were guests Wednesday.Mrs. t and has had to miss several days R. L. Holliman and daughter
Mrs. John Koch, in I Mrs. Harold Eunice, and grandmother -
Mr. and !
; A. H. Harley, Mrs. Mae I work. Sandra of Palatka, and C. B
Kankakee, III, Mr. and Mrs. MorGAY'S Wells, Mrs. Martha Bales and : Mrs. Selma Eunice.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brownwere Nolan and sons, Billy and Bobby
Commodore Crews of Tallahassee
Jackie were New -Years day I both Injured seriously Nevis Mrs. Dorothy Waters and chil

iii guests of Bud Biggs In George- I spent the holidays with hi Year's Eve in a head-on automobile dren. Linda and Roger, and Mr.
wife and daughters. They visited
t own.. collision near Cecil Field I and Mrs. Bob stanley and children
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Crews and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Robelin r Naval Air Station in which a visited in Earlton Beach

and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Burneyof family in Clearwater. Airline Stewardess was inslanllykilled last Friday with Mrs. Waters'in ''
Home Appliance Bootsie of Kissimmee Y
Starling :e
Jacksonville visited Mrs. Georgia and a Navy Lieutenantcrilically parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. I* Reh-
Ann Sapp on Sunday.Mr. spent from Saturday to Wednesday injured. Mr. Brown berg. x

Your Friendly with his parents, Mr. andMrs. brought the home of his\
and Mrs. Howard Norman was to Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Eddins and

and family were Sunday dinner Wilmot Starling. mother, Mrs. Frank Brown. family of Jacksonville enjoyed: -

Norge DealerS guests of Mr.:and Mrs. Carlos I }{r. and Mrs. Bill Dixon are Monday from St. Vincent's Hospital New Year's supper with Mr. and

APPLIANCES Rosier in Raiford. visiting relatives in Riley, N. C. in Jacksonville, but his wifeis Mrs. Millard Strickland and fam
NQRGE Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hamiltonhad
still confined there.
Mr. and Mrs. Ressie Andersonand i3
as New Year's guests Mr.and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waters and I ily.MSgt
MArti WASHERS family had as Sunday guestsMr. H. R. Kilgore left Tuesday -
and Mrs. Edgar Starling and Mrs. David Bower of Ilean, family and Mr. and Mrs. Roy for Finland Air Force Base

0 COLEMAN BEATERS and family of Green Cove, Mr. andMm. N. Y. and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Waters and family of Jacksonville i in Minnesota after a two weeksleave

FLOOR. FURNACES Richard Mosley and Mrs. Hamilton and daughter of Gaines spent last Saturday with here with his family.

r Nettie, Carter of Clay Hill. ville. Mrs. Dorothy Waters and fameily. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wlgorrand YRwZ .

We Service All Makes Mr. Offle Pick and family visit.ed Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Higginbol- son William, spent last weekend -

Of Appliances Mr. and Mrs Ernest Russell in ham! and daughter of Maxvillespenl Civic Club,Property here with Mr. Kilgore's

Tampa last week. Saturday and Sunday with Shows Improvement brother and sister-in-law, Mr.

Phone 10 Miss Elizabeth Terry visited Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Slarling.Olher The appearance of the property and Mrs. H. R. Kilgore and fame

BUrke, Florida Mrs. Blanche Terry in Fort While guests, %f the Starlings t acquired by the Civic Clubfor fly.

.lj and Mrs. C. E. Strickland in were Elaine'and, Dennie Smith of a play ground and Civic Club A large group of young people

Gainesville the first of last week. Jacksonville.The' building is beginning to improveThe enjoyed a party last Fridaynight

DEPENDABLE Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Prevail Guy Fetch family had as county bulldozers and road at the home of Patty and
FOR holiday guests Mr. and Mrs. Johnny graders have been working Jo Ann Parrish. .
and family spent Wednesday with;
Mrs. Mabel McCuUis in Hamplon.Mrs. Crews, and Mr. and Mrs. OwenStevenson and some of the stumps havebeen Mrs. Ruby Durrance and sons,

Termite ControlHmaehold Robert Carlton and family of Jacksonville. Mr. pushed up and the road being and Mrs. Dora Byrd and E. C

of Jacksonville visited the Prank and Mrs. Owen Cassells of Paho- I put around it. The presidentof : Padgett visited in Starke on NewYear's '

ComiaercWPett Cruces during the holidays.Mr. kee, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cas the Civic Club, Joe Lucas, i? day' returning through 5 .A-:-_ .

Control and Mrs. Harry Wilkersonand sells.Recent
daughter and bars Katie Pad guests of Mrs. Mary
Mr. and Mrs. Ir1-
Red-dish were Roy
Grove Spnytafteou gett were in Jacksonville duringIhe
Reddish of Webster and Mrs.
holidays for a visit with }{r.
Eve Godwin of Starke.
and Mrs. James Padgett. l
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cohagen t
}fro and Mrs. Arthur"Redding
of Bostick visited the Ed Durbanfawns
1 Florida Pest Control i and sons'visaed Mr. and Mrs. J. .
on Sunday.
& Chemical Co. C on Pringle Sunday.and family In Sa Mrs. L. E. Kight and daughterwere 18 ways new for performance surpassing

Sunday of Mr. and
24 N. W. 16th Are Miss Wilkerson returned guests
},Irs. L. K. KIght In Fernandina. ., that of any car you have ever ownedOur
Qatneavfe, I10ddaEconomical to, Jacksonville with Miss Renee .. .
Gwen and Oral Tanner spent
Williams on Sunday and 'stayeduntil
from Monday until Saturday with rugged land demands performance V 8
Tuesday. engines (up to 360 hp) have Cool-
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zqck in and here's the that it!
Plumbing At Mr. and Mrs. Horace Reddingand Day 1 car gives Mercury Power design: 12 new ideas that cut
tona., II PUT THEIR I I '58 can melt a mountain under heat and
a t Its Best family Jacksonville visited t1 i you; friction, make fuel go farther,
Paul Smith of Minnesota is vis
the Lewin Reddings during the t untangle a twisted trail. New Marauder 18 ways new in all. Come in, count 'em!
his 1
All Types iting children at the Milo
1 holidays.The Smith home. : HEALTH IN
A. C. Kirklands had as
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Buff and ..' '
visitors during the holidays J. B. -
:IS __ Prices grandchildren Brenda and Connie I '
Kirkland and family of Starker SAFE HANDS
f Royal, of Jacksonville were Sunday

Installation and ServiceOf : guests of Mr. and Mrs: D. B. '

All CALL FOB BIDS! Thomas and family. tf
Types You con depend the skill of
December SO, 1957.> Mr. and Mrs. Dupree Hall off on your physician .
Plumbing & Sealed Elds will be received by
the City Council of the City o Lake City were Sunday guests of and the precision of your pharmacist [to

Starke at the City Hall in StarkFlorida a Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rosier and fam .

Tuesday, until January 7:80 U o'clock, A.D., P.M.1J58. on at ily. mlNNtST safeguard your family' health.. Our part is e.'*.."A*kg M;.ma>JM,THE ED SUIUVAN' SHOW,"Surfo W......s.0.00 h 0.00.SMw*ttXX,_OwW, 0>;

PLUMBING CO.: which time and place all bids received Mrs. Warren Boatwright of to fill prescriptions accurately from iop-
will be publicly opened and I
Camp Lejeune; N. C. Is visiting
--- quality etruas.
read aloud on the following: .
118 Court Street
7500 of 1 Mrs. Effie Boatwright and Mrs.
to 10.000 lbs Chlorine.
PHONE 514J 150-lb. Cylinders, IS Month Supply nCommodore Crews.
; Delivered to Starke, Florida.The McGRIFF
Night CaD 2896 said City reserves the right Mrs. Donald Bennett : STOREPHONE MOTORSCourt
Collect to accept or reject anr or all bids i and sons of Tilusvflle visited },Ir.

Keystone! Heights, CITY: Carl OF Johns STARKE.. City Clerk.FLORIDABy and Mrs. Troy Bennett during the 53 STARKE, FLA. I & Jefferson Sts. Starke Florida

.. l/J Jt lilt 1 holidays.. _. .. Phone 447TurnSDA'
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<- .: I Miss Han-ell i To Wed ..a.T At the Park I I ning, She was a native of Starke, i NOTICE for

-fl daughter of the late Harney and I will not be' responsible

flI Charles T. Perry .. Vinda Griffis [ debts contracted by anyone
I 4 e Gary Cooper., Audrey Hepburn;i Forsythe, any
I M.
I I :; ;...." ti 'II:' a and Maurice Chevalier star in! Surviving are three brothers, other than myself. W.
I J'' 2T-1J10
t "Love in the Afternoon" a com I I' Vasco Forsythe. Starke Tom- (Mitch) Edwards.

edy about romantic adventures in mie of Jacksonville and Ben | --

4 Paris, which will play Sunday I I Forsythe of Chattahoochee; four 5OTICR TO FREEHOLDERS

Monday, and Tuesday 'at the I sisters, Mrs.. Agnes Williams of Notice is hereby given that a

<.Udya Mooty vt Park Theatre. !i Jacksonville; Mrs. Ruby Bradley, reregistration of all freeholders U called of
,.,. I Bradford County
s -----rvra II A.n A r erfee.-gwr___ Cooper is cast as a rich American Mrs. Alma. Leurck and Mrs. Ethel to secure an up-to-date $uoaf free

who baa gained a reputatior Bell all of Starke. holders to be used
Miss Gay To Wed Junior Women Hear : Wherein the busy l days pass serenely on, in a Calm sea. or a I I freeholder electors to participate in
..G as an international Casanova. :Miss Burial was in the family plot be railed for the
I Eugene Tanner Talk On swiftly, we t celebrate Christmas great tempest" Hepburn portrays a music student in the church cemetery under the an purpose election of approving the issuance
and look .forward to the New The sun is shinning here but Tax School District Number
t anu oetective's daughter\ direction of DeWitt C. Jones Fun- of Special
Year. a strong wind is blowing. I One of Bradford County
-- R. E. Edmondson.. administrator who romances with Cooper in his i eral Home, of Starke. in the amount of 54450. The
Please help me Lord, to cherish cleaned up the house this morning t I will begin accepting
hotel !
of the Bradford County Hos- following persons
; '; rr4y? sacred things, baked bread and rolls, registration on 10,
'' Januarys
:;tai gave an interesting and {: itfix. Chevalier not singing for the'
child's changed the bed linen. 11' THE 1958: In the various
Help me to keep a deep Sunday RIGHT POINT for the fora
1c informative talk on that institution first time in his long screen Cam -: continue to accept registratlon
trust in me my day to go to church. We way yon write. Come in and select minimum of
and its affiliation with reer, is cast as :Miss Hepburn':;
e Teach me to listen when a rob nave an anthem to sing. Life I. your favorite ESTERBROOK Precinct No. 1-George W. Roberts
the Joint Commission of Accreditation k father, who, unsuccessfully tries Precinct No. 2 Office of Supervisor
in good. Fountain Pen. TELEGRAPH
E at the Junior Woman' a13 : to shield his daughter from the] Precinct No. J-Office of Supervisor
To watch, a..spider weave, its HELPFUL HINTS: Before i Precinct No. 4-Mrs. Ollie
Club meeting Monday sordid details of his work Riverse
night. as a
WANTEDClean Cotton Rags Mrs. Pearl
artistry heating milk, rinse the pan out Precinct No. -
Mr. Edmondson pointed out specialist in obtaining evidence in No Pants, No Shirts Most Be Precinct No. C-Mrs. Delaney Dick-
unlock with little hot water and the
I Cart, me keys that will a -
that the local hospital was marital cases. inson
the hearts milk will not stick to the bottdrn. Clean. Bradford County Tele- Precinct No. 7-Mrs. Eunice Moody
: credited after being in ac.j With the exception of a picnic graph.j A. Colson
No. S-R.
Of all I meet, please" help me If your. soup broth is too Precinct
tion for only one year; scene which was filmed in chateau .
salty add a slice or two of .
understand potato
there are only five other 25- r Mr. and Mrs.' Malcolm 1 d. 40 miles from Paris, all the picture -
own that fifl or carrot. Cook awhile and
Ways not my
bed hospitals of the same type Harrell bf Brooker announce was made in Paris.

that have been accredited by the engagement of their daugh their daily charts, remove. To keep bananas when

x.r4i to offer themmy sliced from .turning dark, CLOSE OUT SALE
Encourage me
: the commission: and that only ter. Anna Ratherine, to 'CharlesT. dipWe
m hand. lemon or: citrus fruit At The Florida
4 two other 25-bed hospitals, ouf Perry, son of Mrs. PhD P.
Bashaw of Gainesville and the help me to teach children gold have'' grapefruit every morning DISCOUNTON
of thost that have been accredited %
3 ; 'omton is cold. for breakfast. I cut out .ear h Gene Kelly, in his first independent I 15 ,
late Charles
y have organized,, Auxiliaries. Thp Tl Perry j'Sr.
speaker also stated that the The wedding win be''solemnizedat That only gentle deeds wear section and put m a small dish- Kerry Production produces .

well when old.-Annette 't icto riri after cutting hi half.. Then I:5qUeer.e directs anJ stars in 'The ALL .
7:30: o'clock, Friday
local hospital is one of the evening "
: out remaining juice on Happy Road. which will play
smallest Jn the country to have January 31, In the 'Brooker Bap- 'It is almost a'NewYear..
an approved blood bank. tist Church. All friends* and relatives When you read this the old yearwill .
a half grapefruit for each of Theatre.
Mrs. W. H. Nollman, also a are invited to attend the 'l have become a memory., I
us. It is really gash Featured with Kelly is an international < Spred Satin, Semi-Gloss, Porch and Deck, JapalatEnamel
;;; guest speaker gave a .resume' wedding and reception following try to keep in mind as the pod t
Robert Louis who
Stevenson cast Exterior Paint.
French and
including Masonry
her trip to the Genral Fedra- I af the bride's"home in' Brooker. above writes: Only gentle deeds 1 I
was a sickly; weak child and star Barbara Laage, England's]
lion of Woman's Clubs Annual wear well when did. Each .daywe PAINT LATER
man : Michael BUY NOW -
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay an-, Convention in Asheville, N. C.' Huggins Speaks; are a little older. To tie kind "The world full of, 4 French actress Redgrave Giigitte 10-year-old Fossey I I

nounce the engagement of their last summer. and love People'will lead us' in
daughter, Pauline, to Pvt. At Garden Club< number of things and 11-year-old American Bobby '
Eugene the right direction. I once hearda STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES'
n< During the business session. I am, sure we should all, be as' Clark.
Tanner son of Mr. and Mrs. E.
fairly: 'young 'woman say "J "
t. presided over by the president
happy as kings. "The
; Happy Road" tells thee
E. Tanner. George Hugging, County
Mrs. A. J. Thomas Jr., plans for hate that woman. There is nor So welcome I
with you ( th of an i PHONE 45 333
Both Miss Gar ,and Pvt. Tan Agent, was" the guest speaker" at thfafc{ too awful I wish could story American boy and a I 1 or
the annual were
variety New 'Year.and all
(let resolveto
ner are graduates of Bradford the Starke Garden Club's| Deremtief us little French girl who run away I .
me that
happen to her. To wa
discussed. $ more oiu- .
1 CSJtffity HigK School, class of meeting Monday\ evening pray ,.: put troubles inGod's frdm a school in Switzerland. The 1 I
A horrible thing to say and J !
Thrift Shop workers for the ,hands and not To Ti T-
1954. Miss Gay is presently employed Dec. 30 in the Parish House.on have prayed that God tike that boy wants to join his widowed .
month of January will be Mrs love .our fellow ,man and hate !
R with A. J. Thomas, Jr. Church street.. who is opening an office
hat cut of her heart before she
F. W. Strickland Mrs. Robert only evil and sin. i
law office and Pvt. Tanner Is Mr. -Huggins gave a timely is punished. I know another wo in Paris. The girl wants to be
Patterson Mrs. Cuttino God bless
stationed at Fort Jackson S. C. talk on the care of azaleas camellias Man about who disliked you everyone.! Happy reunited with her divorcee mother. You can depend on high qualityP1lEs'Ril'TI01Y'
and Mrs. D. H. Mays my age New Year!
The wedding will be an eventof and other shrubs and .
Now is I (
so people. she dyTmg
many { LOVE, LURA
refreshments were drugs when prescriptions are
late fall.Methodist. 'awns after the recent freeze. The your
of brain tumor and cancer.If .. and parents become
served the hostesses
by for the *
Mrs. R. F. Young, president you have envy, hate and jealousy involved in a number of filled The extreme
by us. care
evening: Mrs. James L. Chitty Mts. Haines Dies .
presided over the business meeting
CirclesThe in your heart it will be ; entertaining adventures as they
Mrs. McRae
Jimmy Mrs.
Josept K.
t r < -
and Miss Clara Leaman gave destruction. should attempt to 'find each other. used in is
your own We, filling every prescription
E. Mrs. '
Gray, s. E. Shuman ;
Methodist WSCS circles Mrs. the devotional. It was decided never hate anyone. We might not t Pas fa' s Mother The picure was filmed on location
Wm. D. Mrs. Dor
z met this week as follows: Mrs. J.Smith E. : that a Flower Show School will like what they do 'or stand for. in the south of France. r F r your guarantee that you will gel
Patray, Hardy, and
Circle 1 met !be held in the Parish House on but that do better
Tuesday morningin Mrs. R. B. Cauffman. pray they It Mrs. Carrie Ely Haines. 81,
the ordered.
Hall with April 10 and 11 to be conductedby would be New Yearresol just
Fellowship a good died suddenly on Jan. 1 at her Rites Held For
Mrs. H. Ritch Mrs. C. L :Mrs. John R. Bear and Mrs tion to
C. try to see somethinggood home in Altamonte Springs. She

Scholl and Mrs. Alice Ander Starke Social Club Alma Funk of Tampa. to love-in those ;about you was the mother, of. Rev Lewis
Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Eunice Reed LET US FILL YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTIONFLYNN'S
Don and
hostesses. J Christmasalone.
son as Honors Visitors D. Haines, pastor of the First !

Mrs. H. H. Adams presided in i Mrs. :Maxie Carter, Sr., Mrs. M. We. .opened,our. ts'on Baptist Church ,of Starke, and is .Funeral services for Mrs. Eunice

the absence of Mrs. E. L Mat- A special meeting of the Starke F. ,Hazen and Mrs.Mrs.Tyler Gladys Jones.Harrington Christmas Eye.. The radio wa? also survived by another son, W. Forsythe Reed, 52, of Starke were r DRUG STORE

thews. Mrs. Frank Herlong reada Social Club was held on New playing Christmas carols. I B. Haines of Winter Park.. held in the Kingsley Lake Baptist

prayer by Peter Marshall andthe Year's Eve at the First Presbyterian roasted turkey, on Christina? Funeral services were held Jan. Church at 2 with
devotional was given by Mrs. Church honoring Mr. and< Tacky Party Set Day and we rested. We hadfulterals two 3 in the First Methodist Church the Rev. Donald p.m.Willis officiating. j 220 N. Temple Phone 79

*. J. 'M. Merz. An Interesting program Mrs. Tom Paton of East Orange By Guild Units the week before, One a Wrote, Park. Mrs. Reed died Wednesday eve -

"Thoughts for the New I N. J. Twenty-six members sad
Year," was given by Mrs. Scholl. guests of the club were present.The Wesleyan Service Guild Unit became entangled in I the' bedclothes J. 8. Crews Dies ,

The hostesses served refreshments hall decorated in his sleep and died ofsuffocation.
assembly was _
2, will be host to Unit 1 at, a re

preceding the meet for the holiday season and appropriate tacky party Tuesday evening' 'He was a beautiful. In Lake ButlerJohn -

ing. games were played. baby. Then a, 50-year-old malay n
Jan. 14, at 7:30 o'clock in the THE NEW
Delicious refreshments were i down .to rest and went to I :
Circle 2 met :Monday afternoon Methodist Fellowship Hall. i Bryan Crews, 85, of Lake
served by the hosts and hostesses, sleep. He never woke.up.. .His
o at the home of Mrs.. J. H. The regular monthly business I Butler' died'In a Lake Butler
Mrs. wife found him. Such sad
Mr. and Mrs., David Paton a '
Field ,with Mrs. Eula meeting both Guilds will hospital following SmithCoronaELECTRIC :
; Wlghamas W. L; Blair, Miss Amy Coburn, follow the" party?' I funeral as he ,left four children Sunday morning .. .
cohostess. an illness of several weeks.
i and Rev. W. S. McAliley. two: small boys.
Mrs. E. K. Ferryman i, chairman Mr. Crews a retired mail car
Before closing the We did not have snow forCJuistmu.
group sang any Z- -
opened the meeting with UDC.MeetingThe Her, was born in Bradford Countyor. -
"Auld Lang'syne"l' and werE .- It .was 'a bright dav
prayer and the devotional "J oy NOT. 27, 1872 the son of the
in Service was given by Mrs. favored with the singing of s W. T. Weeks chapter. U. with a chilly wind. Digger and late Plirtey and Poore
I took a walk down the road T'1
Scotch New Year's song. Wisher afternoon PORTABLE TYPEWRITERGive
C. D. Williams. An interesting D. C. met Wednesday Crews.
and greetings 'for the New Year and the wind was good to walk
Jan 1 at the home of Mrs. L. G.
article on Missions was given by Surviving are his wife, Frances
were in. i Digger a-bath this
Mrs. W. H. Nollman. Powell with,'Mrs. Mattie Gahag- '
; two sons, C. V. Crews of
and is this electric ,
morning he
next meeting of the clur now so exciting new
Fruit cake and coffee were an as cohostess, with ten mem- Lake Butler dud A. C. Crews of -
served by the hostesses. will be on Tuesday, Jan. 21,' in bers present and sweet smelling.. He still has. Jacksonville, Appliance. Perfect for all the
; three grandchildren
tots of
the spirit -
(tit Methodist Recreation Hall. Mrs. Gahagan, president, pre- and one great grandchild. family, the Smith-Corona Electric 0
Circle 3 met Monday after- sided over the meeting. Mis It is 14 years now this January -

noon in the Fellowship Hall First Baptist WMU Madge Middleton gave the historical that I started writing for the the Funeral First .services Christian were Church held of in Portable typewriter. -

with Mrs. L. J. Green and Mrs Telegraph when' I taught at
which was t

P. M. Barefoot as hostesses. Miss Hears Church Plans "message program from the general his- Ctejr Hill. TheSe yean have.been Lake", the Butler Rev.Tuesday C. F.. Dance afternoonwiU offi: $197.50 plus tax x.

Kate Struth gave the devotionaland torian. busy: and fruitful.I

Mrs. J. A. Sauls the The First Baptist WMU luncheon Lincoln ciatl 1g., Burial followed in the
gave The hostesses served a salad went to for the test

program, "Duties of the, WSCS was held at noon Tuesdayin course during the social hour. to get my Funeral Directors family plot .rre Dekle Cemeterywith Low Down Payment and Terms To Suit Your Convenience -

for the new year.'" the church with Mrs. W. B Licensed pissed the first test. Masonic rites, at the graveside

The hostesses served sandwiches Mundy Jr. presiding. Rev. L. D. I 'must work six 'mbre'' under direction of Lodge 52

and coffee during the social Haines gave a' brief talk on I St. Mark's Auxiliary some new laws, fill ou* F. 4 A., M. of, Lake Butler rDeWitt OTHER SMITH CORONA PORTABLE MODELSSkywriter

for the church in the .C, Jones Funeral Home
hour. I plans com death certificates and go back I

ing year, including the religious St Mark's Woman's Auxiliaryheld in July to take the test on those bf Starke was in charge of ar Clipper Sterling Silent Super

Circle 4 of the First Methodist survey and spring revival. a luncheon meeting at the things and receive my license rangements r ,

WSCS will meet at the homeof "The Golden Door" was thE e parish house on Monday with Whoopee l!! I had such a pleasanttrip 74.50 99.50 114.50 134.50
Mrs. P. J. Quattlebaum presid CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. L. K. Whitehead 1404 program topic presented by the and stay overnight at the

Call SL, on Tuesday, Jan. 14, atI I Helen Masters Circle. Taking ing. Hostesses were Miss Clara hotel. People were so nice. With deepest Plus Tax Plus Tax Plus Tax Plus Tax

8 p. m. Mrs. Sarah Hunter will part on the program were Mrs.J. !Leaman and Mrs. Quattlebaum. gratitude we 'extend No
Here i is a saying by GeorgeWasfhirigton bur appreciation for ; Payment --- One Dollar Per Week .._
assist Mrs. Whitehead with refreshments P. Dill, Mrs. Lavern Outlaw, that We cduld x--
fit Into kind acts of
many sympathy, e
Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Brownies MeetThe
Mrs. M
H. | todays" living We should notlet pressed by thoughtful friend

Sheppard the sputniks and threats! of during the recent loss of.oui. fto

Thirty-five members and five Brownie scouts will meet: the Communists ruffle us too mother1', )Mrs. unice Reed. Thes e

A.f.J1C visitors attended. Tuesday 3:30: o'clock afternoon at the home Jan. of 14 their, at much.Great Washington.people are said not'affected; ,kindnesses us. have. meant much Sensational i Offer B tDr

FL': Executive BoardThe N.leader Mrs. J. D. Warren 321 by, each puff of wind that blowsill Brothers i and'sister of the., : I

Myrtle st. Ltte great ships _
they _1'Forsythe I family. .

Executive Board of the REPOR'I; OF cosbrrio* OF !"\ uuewtu
SUN., MON., TUBS First Baptist Church met Tuesday Sigma 1IfESS OF oftyW&WSr?* FLORIDA. AT THE CLOSE OF ""- $1' ...The New 1957 '

January 12, 13, 14 morning at 11 o'clock in the
Beta Sigma Phi sorority I week the
DOUBLE FEATURE church with .Mrs. W. B. Mundy will .aueu a buys newt \ft SMITHCORONAPACEMAKER
meet Monday night, Jan
Cash balances other
Love in the AfternoonWith Jr. presiding. Circle chairmer 13,, at the home of Mrs. M. H. and raslr Items in process banks of Including collection reserve balances, _

gave their reports and Mrs. Paul ; United States Oortrnment obligations, direct 217,385.47 I 1.
Sheppard at 327 S. 'Water Stl gTiaranteed S4t.S26.57 Rand
Gary Cooper, Audrey Hep- Raymond lists Loans and discounts Remington
gave to circle S04J25 : ,
burn with Mrs. Warren Winkler as Furniture and fixture
and Maurice
Chevalier members to visit. Nine memberswere cohostess. Other assets :%,193.11 I
ANDFighter ;
present. P-lfiahb "

AttackWith U90.778.ll. i i'i .
G ' Liabilities .. :. 1 1no I '
Sterling Hayden & Joy Page Demand t. .
Health Facts deposit bf t ikftfvldddu. partnerships) ; aM corporations i5Si49.7S
Plus; Color Cartoon Time! deposits of JndlTldnls.p: rtfi<>rBhip, and corporations 227,974.02: ADDIrGMA'UIINE
ar; DepasiU ,of United !!SUU Government (including postal savings) 6(7.85
Deposits of State "and political subdivision 4S0.1S9.45

'Wed., Thur. Jan. .15, 16 There are more -people in Hospitals i. !( Other deposit (certified and officers' cheeks, ete) 9.07C.20
for mental and nervous Other liabilities! h' 33,730.60

Undersea Girl disorders I than all other conditions down
Capita money
With Mara Corday & Pat $Con as y combined. Bradford County Hospital announces Capital* AeeMU"V 100.500.00 ... .- Regularly
Surph"r buy lOW **
AND the following births 25.000.00
Early Chiropractic :, I Undivided profits 5,177.57 r 1 Cie easy way-onth. 5179.50 ;.i pItsM
care for Mr. and Mrs. Herbert : r ,,
Green Resertes (and retirement .
From Hell It CameTod accounts for preferred capital 3042.67 h11" Remington Rand .
these conditions t stark '
prevents loss
a daughter Anita Louise '

Plus Andrews Color Cartoon'& Tina for Carver Kids of time, hospitalization 'needless Jan.Mr.4.and Mrs. Robert Siemer. ] TOTAL UABIUTlfiS and CAPITAL, ACCOUNTS! 1,090,773.11 .. .ItTti -, Deferred Payment Plan:! : NOW ONW

expense and suffering. of .
Middlebutg, a daughter, ,Jan. 8. IleraraNa
Fri., Sat. Jan. 17, 18 For further information phoneor ., PayUkerint159.50( tax
Assets pUdied"ot Assigned' to secure liabilities and for .
DOUBLE FEATURE write ),{r.and Mrs. Seeber Doyle An- j other purposes (44,526.51 ....4 own your machine __ _

The First Texan drews of Wildwood, announce tie -- a 1r.1-Sloe, P.Lteo.a

birth of a. son on Jan. 5 in Monroe I. Wllnam it TeriT/ UteaftoYentm: d""hank L ... Oilier TypewWr
IN do solemnly ,
TECHNICOLOR Dr. H. G. Bollinger Hospital that the above statement II awes t'" : tr ;bd
Ocala. Mr. and Mrs. eeate the true and that it fully and correctly repre BaciJ feP t
With Joel McCreaAnd tittle atittb tit file
ftted.t '
Andrews are former residents of mattulf herein contained and Bet SmithGoranAiuerica'i *-
CHIROPRACTIC forth to the
OFFICES New River and Lawtey. best of my.knewledge and'iielfet_ Bradford County Telegraph Finest

78 E. University Ave. Correct Wnnani s. Terry. Cashier. Typewriter M I4J

Private Hell 36 Gainesville Phone 6-S238 Mr.. and Mrs. George Fortunasof S. E.-Atjeat Simmons: Cenercw Trade-b ;
Pete G. Felos OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENTPhone Allowance For Yep
Ida Lupino and Steve Cochran Apalachicola are the happy Old
426 N. Walnut Street Charley fc. Johns .
Phs .Serial Chapter No. 8 and Starke Phone 108 parents of a son. Blain Alexander .. Hollis V.- Knight \

Color Cartoon for Kids. born Dee. 20. Mrs.: Fortuna State of Florida\,' County w of Bradford I ,.1D1ret'tort 29 Starke, Fla. SESJRYBliYITTWAYl
Consultation without obligation is the former Eletha MacBlain! Sworn td and tlublk-PiNd 1 **'*" ** ttto 7 day of J"Mrr. il50i and .

daughter of Rev. and Mrs. R. E I hereby certify that t am not *" officer ,' director of this bank. \

I MarBlain of Starke (SEAL) Margaret L-'Miller Itotary PuBlIc. ,' '"
117 commluioa-uplr..;ArU ,Iii UII_ *

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JANUARY 9. "1958 1m.tDFOBD. rnirwrr TF.T.'P'.lmAPR.IT'n_____ !_ ..'_,-n.nRm&. _.. ,, ,... ....
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E__I I t 1 I ,Mr. and Mrs. Tjeaton :Mortar "Pvt-2 Jimmy: lHazen 'left Wednesday I : ;sitt O""U&e vn 1;
; not just a few. What Is neded taking it to the market, wheica ra' ;1(1"?

Jr. and children were weekend 'for Fort Sam'Houston \fc's Wrong in my opinion, is : volume of produce could attract ca* tone actual- p'em ** :

guests of Mr. .and Mrs. :W. R. Texas and Pvt-2 Jerry .Hicks market. And .if changes were a better and steadier price. reluilding of fhe tfcukc State

Shytle and family" in Orlando. left the same day for the White made that would hurt two or 'The farmers have put up with Farmers Market.

Miss Marie Annette' Chester of Sands Proving Grounds at Albuquerque With Market? three people, it would help 25 conditions in the, market here,

Palatka, spent part of the holidays N. M. after -
spendingthe for everyone it would hurt. as well on other markets, whicJ-

in Starke with her mother, past 20 days with tl eir respective The viewpoint of some of the, should have been exposed and MVTIfE TO APPKAKCwrt.
IN THE NEWS Mrs. (Continued from rage One) I ...
Marguerite' Chester. parents.Bill buyers, of course. is quite dif corrected. I. 1"1' Rra fi4 C ty,
Mrs. G. E. McCauley, Mrs. J Chauncey of the U. of F. "We could have an auctior ferent from that of .the growers. l CONCLUSIONS Nathaniel rlerkl, !_Donald CJutsirerr Knight, Sr.,

-- _- /' --- Taylor and children and Mrs. was the weekend of Gene Plaintiff, vs.' Louise R. Knight pe-
ppppnp.p- guest out tobuythe f
-- --- ----i -- -"- market here if we could all stick They are, admittedly, 1. The facilities at the marketare
Bob Tendell of Palatka were fendant. Case No. 1.463
: Shaw. together. But when the buyers : produce as cheap as they I than and the ., .
Mrs. H. E. Lovelace of Shelby. :Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman New Year's more adequate I lthr. pp.s.To
N. C. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. were luncheon guests day guests of Mr. Capt. and Mrs. R. G. Zeiglerand get the stuff at the field, that's can, for obviously, if they can"steal" I market is well situated on a : Louise- : Knight whose residence .
and Mrs. Charles Hardy. and address Is: 321 St. Nicholas -
Mr. and Mrs.. Bill Lane of I
the when the market suffers some stuff from a farmer ,
E. Hildebran day main heading north. ,
and family. their daughter, Mrs. C. H. Mrs. J. R. Kite and Mrs. P. D. Avenue New York. New York
Baldwin were Sunday visitors of and so do the farmers. at a ridiculously low price I Tou are hereby notified that t
Mr. and Mrs. X. M. and effort is madeto
smith i
Dawkina, and family in Jackson- Sr. attended 2. The sooner an
Fancher the wedding
has been filed
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dampier and all in suit for divorce
that's the more
"I'll be glad to to meetings money
family spent the weekend in Lyons ville. of Myniham to go any correct the condition, insteadof against you, In the above named
Ga. with his Mr Nancy Hugh son, Billy. They were accompanied anytime, and try to do allI their pockets. It's a shQrt-sj hted the better. I Court and cause and you are required
parents, 'Mrs. Delia Drew of Deland placing blame
Comishe on Saturday evening a'the home by their daughters to the market"I.EATON attitude, perhaps for .in the long! to serve a copy of your an.
can help
and Mrs. H. T. Smith.. spent the past two weeks with Assumption Church In Jack- 3. By no means all the blame: awer or pleading to the complainton
Judy Zeigler and Kathy Lane. it "kill the that
run may goose the Plaintiff's ..AitorneyAlan
her and James can be traced to the market .itself -
son daughter sonville. U. MORGAN SR.: Jr. *\9 Florida
.. who had been visiting the Damp- lays the golden eggs. C. Winter ,
.. Drew and Mrs. Donald McRae, Mrs. Flo Lyons of Jacksonville iers for several days. "When the market.-started hereit The' larger buyers have criticized or the manager. If the mar- Title Building Jacksonville I.

and families. Sheis leaving todayto ket is to be rebuilt, then the Florida
spent last Wednesday to Friday was doing fine. But after
I Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Broun of the lack of volume on the and filethe original In Hh* nffii-e!
FLORIDA visit another daughter and with Mr. and Mrs.-J. C. Fogg.' Wedgefield S. C. are'spendinga Ralph Alvarez 'left things got Starke market, the kinds of pro- growers must pet together and of the Clerk of the Circuit' Court

family in Bermuda. Charles Goodyear of Jackson- worse. support! the market as a group. on or before the :3 I day of February
few days with Rev. and! Mrs.L. duce offered, and the lack of a the
allegations of
Mrs. W. G. Haile returned last ville was a guest of ,Willis Day- 'D. Halnes. "rm satisfied with the market uniform pack. But according t- The job cannot be done by the said 1858othrrwtse Complaint will be taken as

i! Wednesday from two weeks visit 'ton during the New Year holidays Mrs. I. G. Harris and children the' ,is run but what we farmers the larger buyers dr market alone. % confessed by you.

THEATRESATURDAY E in Miami I and West Palm Beach and Willis spent a few days spent the New Year holidays need is for all growers to .sell OP offer and pay prices more in line '4.A meeting should be held This each notice week! shall for four b*conaecutlve publishedonce

with her sons and families and with Charles- in 'Jacksonville.Mr. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs: the :market. The fellow who sell with actual market conditions immediately, attended by county weeks In the Bradford County TeU-

other relatives. and Mrs. Oscar J. Carlson in the field hurts market.. grRI.b.|
Ga. than the peddler buyers ,
in Broxton. of December
Erie Moore Agent G. T. Huggins, Ralph Dated this 37 dy
JAN. 11 Mrs. I. G. Harris was pleasant. of Olean, N; Y. are house guestsof Jean Pollett of Orlando and '::1: believe that the auction An incident last season seem Alvarez and other State Market 1J37.tOKFICIAI..

ly surprised at a birthday luncheon ; Mr.Wand Mrs. H. C. Daytonat of 'Gainesville market at Brooker will le good. to illustrate one of the trouble PRAMCharles
DOUBLE FEATURE Billie' Lee Bryan officials, buyers, farmers, and. A. Darby
in her' honor Wednesday -: the Starke Motor Court., and do better had
given Charlene Hardy we could if we here at the Starke market. >
I were guests of Ftarke businessmen. The Clerk tit the Circuit Court
by a few close friends. Frazier Shaw has been confined last week. an'auction market here. For one field worker who had been gathering purpose By Marian L. Crosby, Deputy Clerk
days of this meeting should be to lay !
THE U SUNGE&r Clearance Fall Dresses, Suits, In the Bradford 1/3: U 124irSeDIt
County .Mrs. Ollie Bradley is visiting: thing, I think the market ought ,vegetables down south was!

Skirts and Sweaters. Thursday, Hospital the past two weeks with her son-in-law and daughter; Mr.: to own the grading machineryand asked what differences he. noticed '

: Friday and Saturday at Leila's.Mri a dislocated hip. and Mrs. -K.-C.'Scott 4n.Ocala for i then we'd be glad to pay th* in the two places.
Rent It
It Trade
r Charles Hardy. Sr. of Mr." and Mrs. C. C. McAliley several 'weeks. I charge because the money. would! "These people up here." hr

: Gainesville spent last week with} of Chester, S. C. are visiting Rev. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vining of be going to help build the mar- said, "don't get .no price fo ,

I Charles. Douglas' and Eldon and Mrs W. S. McAUley anc'family with Mr. ket." what thev sell. Packages ths
CIiSft Deland Sunday
I spent '
Hardy families. for ten days. brought $3 last week down at WITH A TELEGRAPH f.J.ASSWIE
Mrs. L. D. Vining while en-
.. :.and L. L. (Lonzi) NORMAN: "A
AND )frs. G. H. Bennett and son Clearance-Fall Dresses, SuitsSkirts route home from Douglasville. change is needed in the market Pompano are bringing $1.90 ur --

Stanley spent the' holidays with and Sweaters. Thursday here."

Mrs. R. "HI: Boree in Friday and Saturday at Lellar's. Ga. from' top to bottom. They ..haveho :\\OKDV OR I.EXS, On* Io.rrtli. (JII.I.... Cttarcr) W-_. .j .IS
Mr. and 'Guests of .:Mr and Mrs. Joseph Another example is as follows:
; there and it doesn't I ._ '
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vinlng returned 'buyers .KU'II AUDITION \\OIUl OIKR: :o u 4r Per W .r*
G. Wood and family on ,New'Year's look like they are trying to get. A grower last season was paif"a 20% nisror\T o'> mri\T INSERTIONS 5.MF.AU, ,

Jeanne" Carol, Johnny, and last Thursday from ten day Included Mr. and Mrs. any. I quit the berry business because very low price for his produceby ::-.* tUDITlUVlL: FOB BI.I:>D A Its OR .\PS :>OT PAID IM ADVANCE.IH .

Jimmy Pollet, and 'Don Rickey days visit in Dublin and Augusta A. J. Thomas Sr., Mr. and Mrs. I I I of the poor strawberry a local buyer. When Tommy

Shytle have returned to their ; Ga. with friends and.relatives A. J. Thomas Jr. and family. De- !(I market that was run there. Morris arrived on the platform ('L.\H IFnn -rl..'V _-,- ?.-S Per Urk First I..ri''
Mrs. R. A. Thomas celebratedher
home orlando after visiting lano Thomas all of Starke. and 'It looks to me as if the the price went up immediately .M* rift INCH FOR S4MP. AD OF.PIUTJm'P. AB MORB TTMP.fCARDS

their grandparents, Mr: and'Mrs' 81st birthday anniversarywith Miss Jan Norris of' Gulfport. Starke business men would get and phone calls to Tampa proved OP THAAK' U'p To 50 wards) ?-,- ,,%.oo

L. U. Morgan' Sr., and friends. a family dinner last Sun ; 'Miss., :Mr. and 'Mrs. T. C.: Boothof together ,and try to do somethingto that the grower had been paid OVFiR SO won n ---_____ 4 OnU Per Weed
}fl'. and Mrs. Vernon Smuckerof day. Guests Included Mrs. Alice Jessie half of what his stuff was
Gainesville and just
build the market. They wantus ____,_ __
Saratoga Heights had as Langford of. Lake Butler, :Mrs: MEMORIALS AND: RESOLVTIOSS 4 Ctmt Per Ward
of Jacksonville. worth!
Morgan to shop at home in Starke
weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. C.' M. Fowler. of Winter Park' One farmer cites the instanceof
'Mr. and'Mrs.'E. >I. Davis were
Mrs. Robert Hess and childrenof but what, are they doing to helpus 3% PAID ON SAVINGS KEYSTONE LOST-Wooden table folding legs,
Ernest Johnson of West Liberty : visiting Mrs. P. E. Stone and farmers! a volume buyer who was "run STATE BANK KEY- In or between Starke and Kingsley

.Ohio and Mrs. Nina Marold and Dunnellon. 'and Mr.. and J Mrs. Miss Mamie Anderson in Archer "What at off of the local market by other 'STONK HEIGHTS FLA.. MEUBEH Lake. Phone %101. Itchg
they are over
trying TDIC.-
Bodey of Troy, 'Ohio Herbert Thomas and 'daughter at -
Raymond the farmers
over the weekend.Mr. Brooker sounds like 'a good idea buyers, leaving MAMA DRIEST KINDERGARTEN:
Mr. and :Mrs. L. C. Smith and Kathleen, and Kenneth Thomasall and Mrs: Lowell Mathewswere the mercy of an organized group WAITRESS WANTED -Apply In moved to Prekbyteriun Church.
and I think' it would work here
B & G Truck Stop. tfchg
-of Starke. person
daughter, Beth; returned last However, there can be little 4tchg 1/24
guests" of Mr. and Mrs. J I
too. I'll be glad to do what I can
week from Lake Charles, La Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Register H. Fogg -Jacksonville Beach doubt but that the farmers them- rED TIRE9J FURNISHED APARTMENTS at reduced -

after a Christmas visit of severa1 and son. Charles. of Tallahasseewere to help with the market, .and I'll selves are .to blame for the situation Get them now pay as you ride monthly rates for couples
the weekend. budget terms
over attend any meetings called. ''J Ask for our easy or with one child. All convenveniencen. -
days .with Mrs. Smith's parentsMr. Sunday visitors of -},Ir. ;and Mrs. R. M. Lee and children of think'the and many of the farmers l.acy Conway Sales and Service. Close in. W. H. Koll-

.. and Mrs. Frank Hefcert:: and Mrs.H.. A. Lawson. Lakeland spent the weekend with Huggins is County the man Agent who'shouldcall George are the first to admit it. Union Pus Station Starke, tfchg Fla. man 228 W. Madison St. Etarke.tfchg.

her brothers-in-law and sisters Mrs. John Sale of Valdosta Lc her parent!', MK: and Mrs.: E. J. such ". For the most part the grow-
a meeting.
Mr. and :Mrs. Earl Devoll. and visiting Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. ers are "lone wolves" and as one FOR S.'LE S x S T 18 Concrete Mor- FOR SALE 14 in x 15 ft. steel
Bowling. Blocks 18c each. FOP yard.
culvert pipe. Sl.25; n.LSO Build-
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hagen. Rev. and Mrs. R. E. MacBlain .MissJan Norris ;of Gulfport, J. B. GASKINS: "What is of them said ruefully: "I never tar Mix. Cement Sand Steel and ing lots for sale in S \ th 'Gate

Mrs. W. H. .Struth and Miss pent a few days Christmas :Miss. was a holiday guest,-ait the needed at the Starke market is saw two farmers who could a- mixed Aluminum concrete.Windows.Bradford Also ready En- Subdi\"ls lm. Low down payment.

Kate Ptruth had as guests durin week with their and I home of; Mr and .:Mrs. A.- a full-time man really managing gree on anything." e-ineerins1 ('0.. Phone 94 tfchg Low JACKSON!:monthly, Phone payments.--165 c/o 'Central BILLY

the holidays' Mr. and Mrs. Don daughter, Mr. and Mrs. GeorgrFurtunas Thomas, Sr. lastweek.. J'I .the market.. One is needed who They have been guilty, too, of WE HAVE a new loan program for Truck Lines. tfchg

Cornell and children of Massil. and baby son at Apa- Mr. and Mrs. G. p.. Dover, Sr. will co-operate with the farmers agreeing to sell produce on the farmers. Loans of 1 to 5 years OXE BEDROOM furnished apartments -

H 7iI inn. Ohio. Mrs.. 'Belle Donegan of lachicola. On Friday Dec. 27Rev. and Mr. and Mrs. DoverJr..- of I I work for them and with them, market, and then instead of for the'of the entire farmer credit.and his requirements fam-- for rent. Phone 165. W T

n < Kissimmoe; Mr. and Mrs. W. G MacBlain baptized his Fort Lauderdale are visiting Mr.: and get buyers in who will paya living up to their word, sold it I' ily. Gainesville Production Credit Jackson. tfchg

ilI truth of Jacksonville, 'Mrs. 'W.' randson" ,Blain .Alexander For-. and..Mrs. F.-.F; Flume this week, good price for good stuff."I elsewhere and left the market Gainesville Association,, Fla.420 North Main tfchg WAITRESS WANTED; also kitchen

Esther Johnson of Plant City and tuna in the Trinity Church at Mr. and Mrs. Benny Walter' think the -market at Brook and the buyer waiting. helper. El Rancho Restaurant'

Mrs. I.. M. DeShea of Wildwood. Apalachicola.Mr. and children of New York- City i er will do fine as an Auction They have failed to supper WHEN IN NEED OF tpi lilt

Holiday: guests of Mr. and Mrs. and ,Mrs. A. L. Drtegers of visited Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Market, if the fanners will backit the market by selling] their pro TWO LOTS for sale, 52% x 105 ft.,

a DM1 PrOtTN 4: David Paton were Mr. and Mrs Lake Butler were last ;Thursday Sr.' and Mr. and Mrs.. Crosby tip. I would like to see the duce out in the field instead o* TOP 'SOIL good water residential connection! location and driveway Id-gtajke in-,

cauuu PCtt4 W. J. Cahill of Newark. 'N. J. visitors of Mr. and ,Mrs. J. R Jr. and family over the New, Starke market run' the same FILL DIRT Stalled. Newsome. IU Lafayette St.

.r-J nnrl Mr. and 'Mrs. Tom Paton of Kelly,. ThesKelly's, also had as Year's holidays. way. for the farmers, and not 2tp DO

MMUS.+taait,*.cas'IMUlC.IUKS< !Ii"L8IIlIOIltilt.MUM.IOKN iCW! I*' .J.,.East Orange, N. J,. Sunday visitors. Mr. land Mrs. J. Miss Lynda Chapman spent for. the buyers."O'tHEflCOM1TENTS. WRGR ALL TYPESTRACTOR FOR SALE, BY OWNER":"'Lovely

fitfcut I,SAM lAim.tncM D Ui MKW Gloria* --Bell -efJacksonville --H1tauemonofsinrvile.-' !last'"week'In-Decatwv .wHh: 2-bedroom modern home, completely -
(by persons 1400 --Tc-c.-'T7ioNE WORKAND furnished. YeJuaUeleviiiion and
Plus "CIo\\n on Farm" Cartoon spent last week with her uncle Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Powell and Miss Rosemary Denicke.Mr. .
who for personal reasons FLORIDAThe deep freeze and an all-electria
and Chapter No. 4 Serial and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Riley John Powell. Jr. of Jacksonville and Mrs. Robert Chapmanand STARKE kitchen. Good frame house with
would not allow their names to Music & News Station
Wasdin.' fireplace, porches. and carporU,Al-
and :Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepherd family spent the weekend
be used): In Starke Light BulldozingW. 60 a huge barn on 10 acres, (deal
Sun., Mon. Jan. 12, 13 Mrs. Blanche Englander and of Lake Citv were Sunday visit In Lake City with Mr and Mrs. "The market is being held for pony farm, cow-pasture or

son' of Fort Lauderdale, Mr. and ors of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight W, D. Witt and Mrs. G.. L.- Chap MONDAY Time FRIDAY L. THIGPEN, JR. chicken ranch. On paved Highway
.. Mrs. Willard Pass and sons of Friends of Mrs. Frank Hoove man. : ," down' by .a bunch of pinhookers Bt 2 Box 24M Alton Bd 16, at edge of Starke. Price $15.900!
'practically'stealing* -the One-third down. Phone or see Boyer
Tallahassee' and :Mrs. Bill Clark will be interested to know that Patrolman and Mrs. R. Ii Har- who 6:00:: 'Sign on and News 'PHONE 297-J Ranch. tfch?

.. I' \ and family of Ocala were holiday she entered Riverside Hospita1 rell have moved from 524 N farmers stuff, and then reselling 6t05: Starke Wakes .Up Starke Fla.

guests of .Mr. and Mrs. ,L., ,:P. .Tuesday. .where .she is quite ill Cherry .St to the McKinney : it for a profit" without even 7:00 First Edition (news) house.FOR SALE-Three Large living bedroom room dining frame

Green and Mrs. C. D. Williams. Tommy and Linda Hti'insspent !' house at 345 N..'St. Claire St. treated alike. 7:15 Starke Wakes Up OCB TENTH ANNIVERSARY room den, breakfast room kitchen

: Mrs. Henrietta Hunt had a?' the New Year holiday Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Gay and "Get an outside manager. One 8:00: Sparta RADIOS REPAIRED and bath. Corner lot. Call 360-R
I'vpnlnR'l 3tchg 117City
Mrs. D. J. Clarkof who has"no family ties 8:05 Starke Wakes Up All Makea AU )f.deli'
with their
holiday guests grandmother Mrs. S. visit- -
Geraldine. were
daughter, { Chirr"' nara.tee'
IS Tampa, Susan Beckner ot M. Jeffords. at High Springs.Mr. ing Mr. and Mr Ben Cook In here and then everyone will be 9:00 News & Betty Grey Show CHAS. f'. SHEPHERD and Lake Home, Farm*.
Sandra treated alike.' 10:00 Sweet Music Show & OS W. Call St. Starke Ph. ZIIKIL U Ranrhrcrrtmcr, Florida RealtyCo.
and : .
Fort Lauderdale, and Mrs. W. S. Colley of .
Jacksonville on Sunday III X. Walant, St, Phoae 3X.1.
: I Hunt of Jacksonville.Little :St.; Augustine spent the weekend Dr. Albert Malaterrel John "The market, the way it News (hourly) KHTATKFor tfrhg

: Marcy Sullivan, five with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Har- Malatere and Mrs. Jewell Faulk being run now, is for the benefitof 12:15 Second Edition (news) all year Real 'Estate Nerds Here is truly a fine home. Ideally .
a few. I don't go near it but 12:30 Sweet Music Show & See
months old, spent last week lr ris. and children of Jacksonville were hARRY C. KLUOD, JR.21H located in City of Lawtey. just
GfJJxS r the ,Bradford County hospital Markleyann Johns spent the evening guestsof sell aU my stuff in Jacksonville.1"There's News (hourly). -3 Temple Ave. Stacks' Fla.Mating one block from P O., this is one of
rA Sunday supper
no real auction 'mar- 3:00 Mon. Jimmy Dorsey; .0..... lasHed) tffhg the nicest homes here. Featuring 3
with the croup. New Year holidays with her uncle Maxie Carter, : ,
A* M-G44 ReliaseS Mr. and Mrs. hr., 1'% bdhhs fireplace and sleepIng -
IBI. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Taylor and and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. v ket 1e..Starke market for I Tues., Nat King Cole; Wed.. Joni PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS porch. You will love this large

Sr.Mr. straWberries. If the growers James; Thur.; Johnny Ray; FRay (},, Nothing down. Dollar A Week.IdearChristmas'Kift 'living room .dining room and kit-
plan to move to Green- J. Olivenbaum in Orlando. and Mrs. Eston Jordan the entire
Plus! "Injun, Trouble" Cartoon and family would get together and refuseto for chen. If you feel rramppd't'r
ville, Tenn. the latter part of thr Rev. W. S. McAliley, who wa! and family have moved from 412 Anthony. family. Bradford roiintv Tt'It'*raph. space 'and appreciate lots of room
Asphalt Playground. Sport give their berries away for $5 3:15 Mon. Gibbs-Tues.,
Georgia ; .
for leisurely living will find
be in business Mon you
will Gaineswille
month where Mr. Taylor St. to1 theIr new homeat *
N. Cherry or $6 a crate: then ,they might Doris Day; .Week, ,Bobby Dukoff; DIIKKSS TRAILER SALES relief Inthe many fine appointments -
rtes. Wed. Jan. 14 15 employed with th International day also visited his parents. Mr 385 Alton Road offered in this h 011I f'the
- break up the combination thatis Thur., Les Brown; FrL, Vaughn) ABW
Minerals and Chemical COrp. ,Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McAliley. Sr., Col Mr. and Mrs. M.: E. Glisson price is most attractive and terms

- Taylor will leave Jan. 20 and and Mrs. Charles McAliley and and children ,of Jacksonville were working there now. Monroe. -. USEDRANK FIXANCKPho can be arranged. Call for appointment -
: "Selling'our strawberries is a 3:30 Mon., Vic Damone; Tue, to Inspect.
IiJ2 his family will join him as soon Mrs. M. L. Kokomoor.Mr. Sunday afternooft visitors of Mr .e 50:: We are offering for sale a_ business .
man-sized job and I would like Billy Butterfield; Wed., 'M rty
finds home for them. and Mrs. Ervin Andrew Jr. that according to owner'sfigures
as a and :Mrs. A. L. Crosby,
to see a man handling-it. Robbins; Thur., Les: Brown; FrJ., L4KE (CITY FLA. for last year will make
u. Friends of Owen Vaughn! will 1 moved last weekend to New Ronnie Clennj* of Fort Bragg magnificent profit
To get the other'sid of the. Kay Starr. new owner a
regret to hear that he has been Smyrna Beach 'where Mr. Andrews N. C. was the weekend guest of t/ over and above the total cost "f
picture :Millard Judd (former 3:45 Mon., Three Suns; Tues.,
; Total
i business the.try first jear.
; IQN&! confined to his bed with pleurisy 'is employed as a pharm- Mrs. Del COlley'-'and daughter manager and no 'longer in the Lena Home; Wed., Perez Prado; A WATKINS ROCTE IS OPEN IN cost $7,0O.The profit for last

since Christmas.Mrs. acist. Thev left their son, Larry Jackie. business hence unbiased) wa Thur., ferry Como; Fri., Walter 'BRADFORD' COUNTY. This U one year -was. ,mor than this Owner
Lenora of his v>f the best localities available' to has a' very good reason for staling! .
Waddell Tampaand David. with grandmotherMrs. Mr.. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe ana ..
P JUij! "Cat''Ow". in Cinema- asked to contribute his comment Schumann. manor woman. .Write The } .R,pt-you. .H'aftt.A lucrative business
Mrs. Robert DeReus of Flor- Dave Paulk. who drove the Monica,' So have moved Watkins Company h9 West Peach-
daughter He said: "There isn't enough 4:00: Mon., Theresa Brewer; and own terms )<>n cannot afford
5m>peUnder; Caribbean Skies"in. ida State University. Tallahassee baby down on Wednesday.J. 'from the Thomas house on around here and Tues., King Sisters; "Wed., Jo tree St., N. E. Atlanta, Georgia. not to Investigate thin.
produce 4tchr 1/10
.. CfnemaScope. visited Mrs. Waddell's sister H.. Moncrief underwent surgery Washington StV"& the Smith there are grown three other market Stafford: Thur., Benny Goodman; phone To buy Wall or Realty.REPOSSESSED sell come. by write or

:Mrs. Henry 0"Hara several in. Doctor's Hospital on houseon W. Pratt St. :Mr. .and Fri., Pat Boone. FOR SALE-House Trailer 35 ft.
Thur. Fri. Jan. in the area. The market is a success l"nPI, 8Vx .ft. wide. bedroom and
16,17RECOMMENDED days last week. Monday. Mrs. George F1itit.' Jr. and sons as far as it goes, but the 4:15 Mon., Don Cherry; Tues., bunk. Complete bath. U. S. 301 X. SPINET PIANO -

." of Leesburg art occupying the Homer & Jerthro; Wed., Jerry Lee turn right at J & J Restaurant 2nd Like New. Easy Terms, Write or
volume has
.' 'il gone down especiallysince house on left 2tp 1/10 Call (Jridley Mimic 1 Company 1m.
WE ARE NOW AT OUR house vacated ty' the Rowes. so many growers went out Lewis; Thur., Hank .Snow; Fri., 1025; West University Ave. PJione
| Adkins the June FR %.40::% FR 2-1086, Gainesville -
Mrs. A. Z. spent of the berry business. *" 'Christy. UEWARD: --To-paMy who.pickad up
OROURADULTPA1RONAGE weekend Gainesville! visiting 4:30 Mon. Hi Lo's Tues. Gunmetal Cashmere Cardigan Fla.
( in whenI : ; Guy
"There times
NEW were many u-eatr, sear West Grocery
AND THE MORE LOCATION Mr.. and Mrs. Fred Guy and Mr was malnager that there' was Lombardo; Wed., Ted :Heath; Dee. 28. fleac* return to Bradford NEW-Beautiful SO. 50 or 75 .I"I''Ware
Thur. Ward Fri. Co. Telegraph for reward. Itp sets! Stainless Steel Table ,
and Mrs. Adkins,. tJr.. Billy ; Sammy
INFORMED TEENAGERS! more buying power on the market with chexts. Less than half retail -
1. 501 NW 8th Avenue Mr and Mrs -Jfeal Lyon and I I than there were -supplie Davis Jr. TRAILKB PARK SPACE FOR price. Jan. Only. call| ifter

family returned'Saturday from 4 t5 "Mon, Tito Puente; Tues, RENT-Large lots. completely modern 1 p.m. 408 S. Redgrave 4ph i\
"Some farmers fail to -
Harry Belafonte Wed., Gale across the road from beautiful -
and ;
MARY 'CARTER PAINT STOREPhone two weeks business pleasure that.the'state put the mar: Lake.Geneva 'on Rt. 100. Quiet FOR fAJ.E-Tbrpl' bedroom homein
trip to Geary, 6kla- ket there' to help the farmers Storm; Thur.. Teddi King; Fri.,, and friendly. IIS! per mo. 4tn"l/SO Saratoga Heights. Owner leaving -
The Hilltoppers. town. Must selL Lowe'raitvPhone
FR 6-7588 Gainesville, FloridaWe're Mr. and Mrs. Barksdale and they ;have 'not backed .it up 5:00-: Mon, Al Hibbler; Tues., FOR ,SALE::-1955; G.M.C. Pjck-up 46J-J Uchg,
: and family had tficnic lunch at i by bringing their produce thereto truck auto. trans. C ply tire?. new
the Jacksonville. on Sunday.Mrs. I Elvis Presley; Wed., Eddie Fisher paint. Tinv'n "';1;" !Station: 1thg FOR SALE-Shetland Pony, 2 )'rll.
to 8ell.rCounty:
Broke and to ride. Also
old. ready
: ; Thur., Billy :May; Fri., Lea
Gill iar Confined at the
Agent George Huggins FOR RENT-Three room apartment harneDx, middle and cart Phone

........................................... Bradford County= Hospital following offered this Paul &: Mary Ford. partly furnished. Adults on- 97-J.. lU'hg:
:::::: ::::::::::::: :::: ; attack Dec helpfulcriticism: 5:15 Mon., Joni James; Tues, ly. I8oJ. Church St. Itp
j/ + I always I ::: ::::;:::U@: :: :::: !::::::::: a heart on "As matters 'stand now,' farmers Buddy Morrow; Wed., Patti Page; FOR SALE-Three bedroqnv fconie.
%4. Her daughters, Mrs. J F have to contact them FOR RENT-4 room unfurnished extra lot. Two car stucco garage.
Robb and children of CharlotteN buyers) ; Thur.. Guy :Mitchell; Fri., Glen house on old Kingsley Lake Rd. 384 North Cherry St. Starke.
t \lIt h'omQ" .2. :: ...:.::: selves. There is a market here Gray. S!! per mo. Phone 481-Y, L. B. 2tchg 1'IT
C. and Mrs R. F. Prater of
L which is Jordan. Itp
.. supposed to help the
5:30 Mon. Dukoff Tues
: Bobby ; _
ObMACS u.Ji lnl: : Jennings La. are here with herand farmers but still the farmers Anna AlberghetU; Wed.. Gordon 1955. EXPA"D .TRAIJ.F.R for Fale; home. One on Keystone Lake
,I- AR4kM ;:to .folks f with i: : staying with the* J. D. Doy-. have ,to make their own contacts' Jenkins; Thur., Dinah Shore; Fri.,. 1i;; ft. wide; 1 or 2 bedrooms. Very Kitchen" utilities. Reasonable Heights rent
Phone Keystone
.JOAN les. V "It would 'be reasonable. At beautiful modernT. owner
mighty helpful
Frank Sinatra. Rt. 1114I. mile 221!. trohg'
in Geneva .ParH; J .
I .::...:. .:.. .: ...........:.: ...:...;.:....:. to the grower if the marke' 5:45 Mofl Mitch ':Miller Tues SK'of
I Heights. 1/16
CRAWFORD .......... +...- ...........A............... ; Keystone tp
insurance I problems --..................'X............................," CALL rob BIIJS I manager could gather marketing Nelson Riddle; Wed., McGuire FOR S.\I.F.-3 bedroom two bath
) 'tecember 30, unSealed WANTED-Man with family for home. Can be seen by appointment -
RQSSANO > bids will J>e received by 1 information and pass it along tr Sisters; Thur.. Sammy Kaye; Fri., farm work. Living quarters water. only. Call 680: after J p.m.

BRAZZI Feel free to call on us at any time for advice in the the City Council 'at the City of 1 the farmers so that they would Four Aces. 1 lie-Ms and gas furnished. Moderate nil 441Z tfchg

selection of insurance for home tarke at the City: .:Hall in Starke, have a better idea of what alarv. Phone 94 Itrhe
.YHI ru.viO Mitten* -your your car your Florida, until 7:'-fe'cloek P.M. on t 6:00 Third Edition (news). 3 MINNOWS; FOR S.LESeeO"id

PRooUcONoTHE family or your business. Ourprompt/friendly'service is Tuesday Jaiviarf 21. A.D., 1J53; at plant to make some money, in- 6:15: The Service Show. FOR 8ALV-G. E. Rotary Ironer !Noriran, 4U W. Call St.. Starke,

STOROEEsTHERCosffil6' yours for the asking without obligation, of course. which time and;pJaee all bids received stead of planting and then hoping 6:30 What-A-Burger Show. with mateninetable and chair. In Fla. !tp I r7SALES
:will be ptablirly opened and excellent condition, used only 3
t read aloud. on the- following: to sell it to somebody- some- 7:55News and Sign Off. time. Price 13 .OO. Contact JohnieHanoen ;LADY W.:'NTED-Mont I.t'

800 ft. more tor les. of I%-In. time. Saturday P. O. Box S07. !Sturke or experienced. Willing toork
(TIll ) : .... fnn .ndo. HO R-S1. !t"c117
Cotton Lined Fire Hose
Rubbeif: "The market
HAROLD C. WALL% AGENCY"INSURANCE 400-lb. Burst -Test. All Brass manager coult1 .Same schedule as above except
help improve grading standards 1 to 6 Road Show. ;' FOR !oi.\LE-'xt'w house trailer 34
iA U-E FWnrt 504'Ra-I fiANOE1f. Couplings, Rcx-Ser-Lug Type. National p.m. FOR S LE-Two burner oil beater ft. Sleeps 4. All modern. Must sell,
HEATrlER.5EAP.S SPECIALISTS" Standard.Tread. Bidder to for I notice that at other mar- Sunday no flue needed. $13Singer;
; as 2MO E. University Ave.. Gainesville,
Vacuum cleaner 15. Singer
200 E. Call! Street Phone 146 furnishsampleand name brand. kets they are doing'more grading 7:30 Sign on. Religious | portable Fla. Up
I flu* "Safari So Good" Cartoon & Price PJO.B. Starke. Florida. pro- vacuum cleaner *;5. Smith DeVoe.HO .
The said 'reserves the and getting better prices. grams until 1 p.m. W. Adkins, Phone 410-J. Itchg
Candid JUlie No; 1 Short Jtfght: Call Harry Jfehb, 536J .. City right | FOR RENT-Three bedroom house,
; to .eceptor reject 'any or all bids.jriTY "The market here is supposec' 1 to 6 pjn.-The Sunday Show. large screened porch. Quiet. d...

< > : : kti.1'IQrida. _. : -.... .. ... "* :OFVSTABKR." FLORIDA to be a co-op and it should be 6-to 8 pjn.- -Saroe. schedule .as '' FOR .:RENT-Two bedroom unfurnished sirable neighborhood. N. Cherrr
;fijirtrolnre, City Clerk. 'I' ho....... Lars yard. Close in. St.. Phone 226 or *':9-L. Floyd
1/3 Jt 1/17 run for the benefit of all and week days. Phone 2541 or %Z1. Itchg .

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Sheriff Budget Officers Of Masons- Installed Democrats Start Safe Driving Awards Presented I IT ,-City Has Trouble Long Bridge Church

,. I Resumes ServicesOn

Brings HeadacheContinued r xe 1958 Fund Drive I f Selling Old CarThe Sunday, Dec. 29, church services -

City of Starke is having I were resumed in the Long

from One trouble Bridge community, after a lapse
Page ) r E getting rid of a 1937 Ford
Loyal Democrats all over the which it confiscated when police I of over one year, under the direc-
d .p ,a w
The large amount of the requestwas nation are being called upon to /- at arrested two Negroes for hauling tion of Rev. Jack F. Siemer, who

blamed on a $10,000 item for I contribute to the Dollars for Dem- moonshine several months ago. resides in the Kingsley Lake con:.
transferring the department's au- ocrats drive which has been I rcunity.
tomobiles from the Only one bid, offering $37.50,
pos- launched to meet the party's deficit was received by the Council Tuesday Mr. Siemer attended the Brew-
session of Sheriff P. D. Reddish to t
of $670,000 and provide funds night in answer to a publishedcall ton-Parker Bible Institute at ML
the ,county, a move which had I
for the forthcoming 1958 camaigns. -, for bids in compliance with Vernon Ga., and also the Norman
been recommended by the audit-I .
1 the forfeiture proceedings. College at Norman Park, Ga.,
ors and planned at the inception'ofthe
State Treasurer J. Edwin Larson I
Before coming to the Long Bridge
But the.Council rejected this bid
., budget.
I is serving as State Chairmanof on the grounds that it would not Church he was pastor of the Mt.
As stopgap solution the Commission the drive in Florida and has Nebo Baptist Church in Gilchrist
even come near paying the costsof
authorized County Clerk New officers of Bradford Lodge No. 85 F&AM Installed in ceremonies announced the appointment of G. :; the legal work in the forfeiture County on the Suwannee River

Charles Darby to transfer about I r recently are (front row I-r) Gene Long, Secretary; A. K. P. Wadsworth chairman of the ? proceedings. These costs were just north of Bell.
$7,000 from another fund but this'' Bradford
Taylor, Senior Warden; Carl Hurst, Worshipful Master; Herbert County. Democratic Executive estimated at about $100. Special services are planned for
will have to be paid back out ofthe Committee, to head the
Fine and Forfeiture Fund Green, Junior Warden. ; Harry Rabb Tyler (Back row) Carl liar- fund-raising effort here. Rep. r So now the Council is issuinga Sunday, Jan. 12, with dinner on

later. I ton, Junior Steward; A. X. Holiday, Treasurer; M. M. Smith, Senior Doyle E. Conner and E. L. Matthews new call for bids in the hopes the grounds and singing after-

The Bradford County sheriffs Deacon;Curtis Lee, Chaplain, and Claude Morgan Junior Deacon. I are serving as co-chairmen that it will bring a better price. wards. The dinner is scheduledto and the
be spread at 1 p.m.
City Attorney A. J. Thomas ad-
office Wadsworth.Mr. .
began operating under the

budget system in October. Until Rotarians Hear Thieves Prepare Wadsworth has also- announced Starke Postmaster G. J. Moflriff Jr. presents awards to four post vised would the be better Council off that if it the did city not pastor tion to extends everyone a to cordial come and invita-joinin

that time the fee system of pay- i For Cold WeatherThieves the appointment of the office employees for non-accident driving records they have com confiscate old cars. a time of real fellowship and

Ing for the operation of the sher Walter LeGrande following 'sub-chairmen for other piled. From left to right, T. F. Harrell rural carrier on Route 2, thanksgiving.

iff's department had been in use. who broke into the areas in the county: Dave Shu- receives award for two 'years and 39,700 miles of accident free drIv-

Under the fee system, the de- Walter O. LeGrande, who has Slade gas company warehouse ford, Lawtey; Walter Sibley, The- ing; .Bill McCrea for 11 years and 230,000 miles of noa-acrldent' Cagers Resume Business Gains
partment was required to earn its should have no trouble keeping ressa;' Bill Reddish, Heilbronn;
gained national attention driving; Theodore Young and Henry Godwin for driving two '
by applying yearson
own If it did not make Irs. Belle
way. warm during cold weather this Brown Hampton; and Play Tomorrow
enough arrests ,to earn sufficient Rotary's Four Way Test week. M. O. Harrell and Resale CoLjon, city: delivery without an accident. At Post OfficeBusiness

funds to pay for the operation of to community life in Daytona 'The sheriffs office reportedthat Brooker. Bradford High's basketball I

the office, it tightened tts belt and Beach, was guest speaker at the the robbers stole 10 portable State Chairman Larson said Elderly,Negro HeldIn Council Holds team will resume court activity at the Starke Post

did without. Rotary Club Wednesday.Mr. type gas heaters and seven safe- that the Republican Party is plan- tomorrow night as they meet Fer- Office showed a good increase

Under the new_budget system, LeGrande ty pilot lights from the warehouse ning to spend a million and a half Lawtey ShootingA nandina Beach on the home court over,.the preceding year. Postmaster
the sheriffs salary and office expenses a pharmacist, .is after breaking the lock dollars to elect its candidates in Light SessionA after a lay off of three weeks. G. J. McGriff. Jr. said

are no longer dependent chairman of the Daytona BeachClub's I I on',the door.Deputy Florida during the 1958 campaignsand 70-year-old Lawtey Negrowas light agenda was handled by Preliminary events for the evening's this week but the Christmas

on the fees he collects, but the Four instrumental Way Test Committeeand in Sheriff Riley Sweat it is necessary for the Dem placed in the county jail this the City Council in its first meet- entertainment will include business during the recent holiday
was having
responsibility of allocating the said the thieves had to lift the ocratic Party to raise at least week after shooting a relative ing of the new year during a short contests between the B teams of season was almost identicalin
this ethical
for the of the department yardstick adopted by the two schools and between the
money operation. value with the 1956 season.
heaters over fence and this much
a carry to keep Florida in the with a shotgun in an outgrowthof session Tuesday night !
Beach schools,. ad-
Daytona city
BHS and the Ocala
is shifted to the Com- girls girls.
them across a road before get- Democratic column. Gross postal receipts for 1957
mission. The Commission, how- ministration, police department, a family squabble. Items discussed included: The first event, the girls' game,
ting them to their vehicle.T. topped the 1956 receipts by $3-
and other He said that Chairman Larson has_ predicted T. A. Yawn said A
ever, still expects the law enforce- groups. County Judge Negro delegation requestedthat will begin at 6:30: p.m. followedby
672 with the records showing
the test of "Is it the truth? Is H. Slade estimated the that Florida Democrats will respond that an examination is underwayto the Council consider paving the B and then
ment to to finance squad
body earn enough game $55.39.92 taken in 1957, as com-
it fair,to concerned. ?" etc. had the stolen items at $400 readily to the drive becauseof determine if the Negro, Lex Pine street in Reno but were ad- the main card.
operation. pared to $51,677.95 in 1956.
been instrumental in cutting the the "disappointment and disillusionment Garner: is competent to answer vised by Council Chairman T. C. The varsity boys so far have
It any shortage or other error
accrues the blame will be placedon juvenile delinquency rate and I Ohio Man HurtIn over President's Ei- I criminal charges in the case. If Hazen Jr. to renew their request enjoyed a perfect season, win- Though stamp sales were
about the same, however the
bringing 'better business practicesto senhower's use of troops in Little doctors decide that he is, the later in the year so that it could ning their first three ,
the.shoulders of ,the Commissioners Auto Crash games. handled
the Daytona Beach. t Rock, Ark. to carry out a court judge said, he will be charged be included in lied year's budget. postoffice 10,000
by auditors. order for integrated schools.. He either with aggravated assaultor All funds in this more pieces of Christmas mail
With this in mind some of the The speaker was introduced by An Ohio man suffered a fractured I. paving year's 1957 Guard Pay in 1957 than in 1956. This would
Commissioners E. S. Beebe, who had charge of said that many Democrats who assault with intent to murder. budget have been obligated, Haz-
expressed wishes
cards and less
neck when the car in indicate that more
the voted for the Republican standard Garner is accused of firing the en said. Total $31,910Withholding
that'they still had of program.
as a source sent
packages were by people
which he was riding was involved elections
bearer in the past two
at Belzie Bell, with buck- Commissioners H. A.
revenue the mill,and a half which gun County this year.
with a collision with anothercar have the of their tax statements dis-
seen error
was. given as cut. $97 ForfeitedIn ways shot hitting Bell in the leg. Ac- Bishop Jr. an Lawton Crawfordmet I McGriff reported that cancel.
on north Temple avenue and are ready to return to the close that the men of Co. C, the
with the Council to
The Fine and Forfeiture FundL request
cording to statements made to Starke National Guard unit lations for December showed an
,.also, used to finance court operations Mayor's CourtA Wednesday, city police reported. fold. the judge and sheriff, Garner that the Commission and Council paid $31,910.23 during 1957., were increase of 5,000 over the pre
and other matters pertaInIng The man, Warren Norman, In the current fund' drive, the hold a Joint meeting near the end ceding December with approximately -
had accused Bell's of This figure does not include
total of $97 was collected in family
to law enforcement, with was riding in a car driven by : Democratic Party is attemptingto of the month to discuss matters 5,000 additional pieces of
Mayor's Court Monday as six I "scandalizing" him and in retaliation money paid to the unit's full time
the total budgeted under this account his wife when it collided with a obtain small contributions from pertaining to the acquisition of i mail received as metered mail
about $78,000. The Commission bonds were forfeited when the car driven by William A. Bessantof a* many individuals as possible, had declared that they light o( way on U. S. 301 northof employee or to personnel attend- I not requiring cancellations.

however: has furnished defendants failed to appear to an- Starke. Policeman Carl Fill- rather than larger contributionsfrom could not use a path near his Starke. ing service schools during the
swer the charges against them, year. I
$11,000 of this from other sources, yaw said. a few.Active hoWl The Council approved the appointment "Most of the men in the com-
leaving,about $67,000 to be earned Five of the six cases were The policeman said that Bes solicitations for the Garner fired upon Bell when of Floyd Speights to live in around Starke w.c.r.u."IT

from' arrests. charges of running red lights and iant's. ur' turned left oft Temple Bradford County fund will begin Bell was walking with a boy on the Starke police force as recom- end pany their or be .

At. the conclusion of the dis- the other case was a charge of Avenue in the path of the soon. Persons who wish to con his way to school along the path. mended by Mayor W. T. Jackson guard pay can con-
sidered addition to the
cussion., the commissioners advised speeding. Norman car. Bessant was charged tribute may do so by contactingone Bell said that Garner fired twice, and Police Chief W E. Thornton as an DQESNT CHANGE THE
economy of the area, Capt. Ran- EFFECT OF
the sheriff to cut'as many I Forfeiting $37 on the speeding with failure to yield the right of the chairmen named above. with the first shot missing two Letters of recommendation said dal Chitty, unit commander, said SERVE IT A COCKTAIL LV-TO

corners in spending as possible.YOU'LL i charge was Carnelo Peter Basile. of8.y and failure to have' hi people. The boy ran after the that Speights is a veteran of sev- .
I Persons forfeiting $12 on chargesof car under control and placed first shot was fired and Bell was eral years experience of the Suffolk sign at the City Power Plant and

LOVE if.e new Ester running red lights were Ruth under $52 bond. THE RIGHT POINT for thelect hit by the second firing. Va. police force. He is ex- erecting a small building at the (SUNSHINE MAGAZINE)

brook pone-size fountain pens In I L. Noon, Jas. Worre Stankard Mrs. Norman posted a$21' your favorite ESTERBROOKway Garner said that he did not pected to assume duties In Starkeon high school crossing for the of- JANUARY 1958);

outer shade Only $3.09 at firm Jay F. King, Lewis C. Kindon, bond on a, charge_ of failure to you write. Come In and Be- intend to hit Bell when he fired Jan. 15. ficer in charge of controlling traf-

ford-County. Telegraph. and J6hn Davis. yield the right of way. Fountain Pen.' TELEGRAPH the gun. The Council discussed erecting. fic.

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':'. and Discounts $1,155,320.85

Banking House, Furn. & Fixtures _' 18,364.32
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'..; After 21, years of serving the Starke area in its banking needs, the i.. -\

: -' '. Fla. County & Municipal Bonds 230,534.83

:. Florida Bank at Starke is proud to announce that your support and.\ '

\: ; Other State & Municipal Bonds 155,890.57

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SECTION TWO Bradford .
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We are glad that Miss Dora
YY Y TYYYTTTT TTTTTTT. guests of a former pastor of our we hope each will feel at home. bara Bates. the Johnstown
Baptist Church.
Clark is able to be up and in well's sister. Mrs. A. G. YongueSr. Mrs. Mamie Cowart of Falrfield
Church, Rev. and Mrs. Sam L. And we'll do our best to make services again.E. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews had Mr. and Mrs J. G. Caldwell ., and Mr. and Mrs A. G. Mrs. Yongud remained for a I

Watson. you feel you are home. We will C. Clark of Starke was as guests last weekend Mrs. had as Sunday guests Mrs. Cald- Yongue Jr. and children also longer visit with her aster.
t Very glad to see the Jimmie try so hard that you will wantto transferred from the Bradford Crews' sister, Mrs. Waldo Prin- _

Lee family feeling better afteran come back again and again. gle, 'and nephews, Harry Pringleand
By Mrs. Harvey McCarthyWUUUU111UU County Hospital to the Alachua
extended illnss with the flu. The singers will be at North Ray Rivers of AuburndaleMr.
General Hospital for surgery.
.Il&ll Mr. Parrish and/ Roy Clemmonsleft Side Church .If
Baptist tonight. Carolyn Brown is in bed with and Mrs. P. S. Crews were
The Book of Life has closed I Sunday for Miami on a business you haven't heard them sing you chicken pox, and baby Randall called to Lake Butler on Sundayby
We trip. : are missing a blessing the death of Mr. Crews' uncle,
another year in our lives. can I Martin is ill in Bradford County
The R. L Morgan family were II I Don't < Ladies, havea John THE ECONOMYCARd
look back on 57 but we are help. forget. we Hospital. Let's remember tc B. Crews.
visited Sunday by Mr. and Mrs.
less to re-do any part of it. We W. M. U. meeting at the pray for all those who are sick. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Harrell and
Roy Morgan and sons of Jack-
see our. mistakes and many of church tonight at 7:30: p. m. for children visited relatives in Pa-
sonville, Miss Delvene Morgan of
us are sure we will not make the the purpose of bringing forth a latka last Sunday afternoon.
White Springs and the Misses
lame ones in the bright new year program discuSs.our heeds New Year's weekend guests of
of '38. However, time.alone will t Louise, Pat and Charlene Cow- for the coming year. Please try S FARMBy : Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Swan Sr.were .
tell! The) Good Lord has blessed art.Mr and come. We need each of you
their son, daughter-in-law
in the and is bless- and Mrs Freeman Crosby to help us to best help our God. OF THE LOW-PRICE THREE
us year past Mrs. 0. Caldwell
were visited Sunday by Mrs. E.L. J. and grandson, Mr. and Mrs. L. .....d",
we extend to and .
ing each of us this very second Again you J. Swan Jr. of Eustis. t."""' ESP '
Walker and
daughter It.
a invitation to AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVisitors t ,
We have just witnessed another Jacksonville. I yours year-round Little Donald Busby returned t l Q'IQ'. '
with School)
Christmas Season remindingall worship us. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.. L. W. to his home last Friday after p" ttustr
News is kinda short this week.I at 10 a. m. Church at 11 a. m. a* .
mankind of the day that our Murphy during the recent holi- spending a week with his grand- JOG ltd ..
Dear Lord was born into the didn't get to see everyone I Training Union at 6:30 p. m. days were their son. Ray Murphy parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. loid r SeGiI ,.II'- Ji>
would have like to due to illness. followed by Church at 7:30 m. "
world. Yes we can put away our p. of Ocala, their daughters and Swan. Mrs. Swan accompanied """ aSt."I\t9'
However, because of the kind- with Rev Walter Lee as pastor.
Christmas decorations but will families Mr. and Mrs. Troy Donald ,home and remained with
I ness of ),Ir, and Mrs. Bill Red- Also, Prayer Meeting Wednesday
every 1t"t
remember Church Eason Mount, N. C.
long the plays of Rocky him and his parents over the \
dish starting this week there will night at 7:30 m.
songs and the wonderful ,spirit p. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Frie- weekend. o"
be a Heilbronn news box in their Well ru close for this time s: gpNr w
felt so close at this time of our muth of Germantown. During the Guests of Col. and Mrs. E. V.
store for convenience in depositing and till next week ,1'Ga' -
year. Of our gifts, cards, trees your say so long holidays Mr. and Mrs. Murphy Hughes last weekend were Mrs. .., _
and the loved 'ones that are visit- news. when we see what we get in the visited their children in Marion Hugses' -sister, Mrs. James Me-
ed both far and near. When you make out your grocery news box-bye now. arid'
County.Joe Clary son, Frank, of Hampton -,
Mrs. Maude Mott has returnedto list of things to purchaseat and Steve Harden left Va. On their return Mis .
her daughter and son-in-law's Mr. Bill's write that news YYYYYYYYTYTYYYYYYYYYYYYNORTH '
Wednesday for Murray Ky. Hughes accompaniedthem .
home, after spending the holidays item too. We want all kinds of where they will resume their as far as Hampton, S. C.
with her mother and family news such as, visits you made, SIDEBy studies at Murray State College where she visited for a week .

Mrs. J. M. Fralick, of Provi visitors that came, funny after spending the Christmas with her brother-in-law and sister -

dence. stories favorite recipes, helpful Mrs. Carl .Brown holidays vacation with their Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Mann.
Mrs. Mary .Norman spent Sat hints about household, flower mother Mrs. Louise Harden. :Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Mann and
urday visiting her sister, Mrs gardening, announcements small and big of scalefarming' all &&&&&&&4&&&&.&&&&&&&&Uk Mrs. Dora Lenton and Mrs. little daughter Beth were the .THE BIG 58 FORD CUSTOM 300Here's

Annie Kelly. Homecoming Day was ob Louise Harden visited relativesin guests of Mrs. Mann's parentsCol.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren (Scobie) kinds, your views or dislikes on served last Sunday at North Side Perry on Saturday.Mrs. and Mrs. E. V. Hughes for
the weekend with community, state or nations the best news of the year for people If you go for V-8 performance, you can
Kelly spent Church, with dinner on the Milo Seigler and children the past weekend.
Mrs. Kelly's Mr. anA anything you would like to share Kenneth who want to make their car dollars go have your Custom 300 powered by Ford's
parents grounds and singing in the after and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell spent Osborne arrived at
Mrs. Robert Hall of Starke. DurIng with the readers of The Tele further: all-new Interceptor V-8 with Precision
noon. Bro. E. C. Harvey broughtthe Tuesday afternoon with Mr, and home on Dec. 17th to be with .
which time they went on a graph. message and Bro. Milton Mrs. Bryan Whitfield in Carnp- I his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. While prices of other cars have gone Fuel Induction.
sightseeing trip of South Florid I've saved the best news to the Dukes of South Carolina preached I Osborne, for the holidays. Ken up for 1958, Ford has reduced the Or if a "six" suits your driving style

Visiting Ocala and Silver Springs.We last. Were you at Heilbronn at the evening service. Everyone ville.Mr.. and Mrs Milo Seigler and 'neth returned to Columbia, S. prices for Its popular Custom 300 better, you can have Ford'a famous
were sorry that our Sun- Church Sunday night If thr enjoyed the day very much. children spent the weekend in C. on Friday where he is studentat jr models. below 1957 prices! Mileage Maker Six.

day School Superintendent Glen answer is no-you missed a great The Melody Quartette will be Panama City with Mr. geigler's the University of South Caro- And these new 58 Fords that you can See and Action Test a new Ford Custom

Norman was ill Sunday morningbut spiritual feast. Yes, a feast and at North Side on Thursday mother, Mrs. Florence Seigler. lina.Mr. buy for less than 1957 prices are beautifully 300 and you'll say what they are all saying:
we were happy to see him you don't get the food at a night, Jan. 9, at 7:30.: Everyoneis Mr.' and Mrs. J. C. Wallace and Mrs. R. N. Cadell styled, handsomely trimmed cars that can For smoother riding comfort, topnotch

at Church Sunday night and super-market. No sir, we are cordially invited to attend and spent the weekend in Jackson were Sunday dinner guests of stand up with pride alongside even the performance, tight-fisted economy, top-

feeling better. talking about the "Favorite receive a blessing from hearingthis ville to attend the wedding of Mr CadeU's brother and sister- costliest cars. Yet they are the lowest dollar value you can't beat the Ford
Warren Johns substituted for Melody Quartette" that sang for wonderful music. their niece, Miss Nancy Jane in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James priced cars*of the low-price three! for '58. See your Ford Dealer!
Glen Sunday morning and we us. There are members of thir Mr. and Mrs. Reese Scott hadas Mynihan and Hugh Cornish Jr Russell Cadell at Kingsley Beach. *Bawd .
M tumporuo* /wumufaftnreri'nyjalcd retail ifebftrtd prvi
are grateful to him for supplying that are in wheel chairs but only guests from Monday through of Independence, La. Others from Mrs. Edward Blume and little
our need. It is a wonderful bless their bodies are deformed. Their Friday of last week his sister State Farm who were. present at son Ralph of Baldwin are spend- '- == -

ing to have young men who are voices blending together so perfectly and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. the wedding were Mr. and Mrs ing this week with her parents, 7Andrews
capable and willing to take onr, could only mean that their Bob Brewins of Bristol, Tenn.. W. N. North, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cadell.
task at a moment's notice. minds hearts and souls were given and Mr Scott's brother, Charier Dean Miss Jane Richard, and Mr. and Mrs. Ree Bruner had ,

Rev. Walter Lee was Sunday to Almighty God. You wantedto Scott, of Shady Valley, Tenn :Lyle Buck Jr. of Palatka. as holiday guests their son and
dinner guest in ,the home of Mr. laugh and you wanted to cry They left Friday morning to return Mr and Mrs Wesley Woodardare daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Morris Carter, -what a glorious way to start to Tennessee "where it was at home after vacationingfor I Ronald Bruner of Lakeland, also
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thorntonand the new year getting upliftedon warm." two weeks in West Florida their daughter and her husbandand

children spent Sunday in the very first Sunday. We Mr. and Mrs. M. L. McDanieland and South Georgia. four children ,Mr. and Mrs. Motor Co.
Green Cove Springs visiting Mr. were happy to have all the vis- family enjoyed a visit to Miss Nancy Bates left Sundayfor Gerald Gisi of Yuma, Colorado.
and Mrs. M. Wilkjnson. itors. Some were from Starke West Florida last weekend.Mr. Tallahassee to resume her Sunday dinner guests of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Darby Gaskins .I and neighboring churches among and Mrs. P. B. Johns.were studies at FSU after spendingthe and Mrs. Arch Dobbs were their
Mr. and Mrs. William Green and! which were North Side and in Callahan recently to attend Christmas holidays here with pastor,and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. MADISON AND ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 STARKE, FLA.
daughter, Bonnie, visited in Way- Evergreen. Visitors are always the funeral of Mrs. Johns' uncle, her parents and sister, Mr. and D. A. Greek of Jacksonville. Mr.
cross Sunday. They were the welcome and after the first visit Oliver Barber. I Mrs. Ogden Bates and Miss Bar- and Mrs. Dobbs are members of If you're_Interested in an A-l Used Car Be Sure to'See Your :Ford Dealer -

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: SUNLIGHTS.By Present for the family gathering annual. coronation- ;ceremony or days. near Tampa was visiting friends Faye England almost lost heR I I us at Clay Hill Saturday

' were sons-in-law and daughters Wednesday Jan> J5, at 730; p "MR. AND MRS. W, H..BARTLETT Highland and Maxville Satur- house by fire one night last night We rejoice in seeing our

Mrs.'J. Suasell Y img ,Mr. and Mrs D. E. Gaither' m. Those who will receive.iheii of 'Cedar Rapids Iowa are day and Sunday.! Attended week. Some of the. children awoke young people taking up the work

.. .4 .'.... '. .4 .&.A&&Aa...& &. &&.&.&&j and four children and ,Mr. and octagons are Leola Ridaught visitors of 'the CARL 'CARNES.They church, at Clay Hill Saturday. and smelled the smoke and and carrying on wnere the older
Mrs. B. C. Wewer, Jr., and their Viola Rldaught, Carol .Wolfe spent Monday. 'visiting night. Needless to say we are called her. 'They soon had the ones have to leave off. Jrhn'Wilkinson

v a two children of Jacksonville. A Marian Fredrickson, Linda Oles- points,.. of interest in St 'A' gus. d.1waysple s d to see these .people fire out. One of the bricks had preached for us Sunday

son and his family of New Orleans by. :Receiving monbgrams wile .tine.: -and. talk,. to them. fallen out of the chimney and morning, spent the day with Mr.

were .unable to te. presentand be Maxine Jones' and Nancy: Visiting the AXEL MALMGRENS Mrs. Winton Parrish and children caught the wood and Faye was and Mrs. Ernie Padgett and delivered -

telephoned congratulations Parker. Sandra Ridaught- will re-, ,is JULIAN ..HANSON returned to:Avon Park Sunday not aware of this. The chimneywas the message again Sun.
4k < Also enjoying the .affair werra ceive her scepter. Van Ellis will] I 'after the Christ soon the next Remember '*
of, Plymouth, Iowa.. He, returned .spending repaired day night. out 1ng.
number of friends from, Jack- be Crown Bearer and June Rid-, withrthe Malmgrens from:! Bethesda mas holidays with her parents, morning.. will be next Saturday.

; sonville) the former home of the aught will be 'Flower :Girl.r 'Md., where .they were, all
I5' 1 1k Crawfords. Fay Maxwell will receive the
: and
vi.itlng'the: Malmgren's son
m- Starker Camp Of Gideons Elect crown. his wife, Mr. 'Hanson's daughterand
&71 ,At their December meeting of Mrs. Warren Neubern Of.clearwater their grandchildren..
tobacco show
_ ;. a the Starke Camp of .Gideons will present the chargerand FRANK WALRATH, son o' your can you WHY ,
elected The following..officers to the awards. Mrs. ''G. 'A :
Mr. Mrs FrankWalrath, Jr
ii and
:. serve for the year 1958: Dr. Herbert Alderman is the Intermediate ifs
underwent in
,G. IBollinger of Starke and Leader and Mrs. Fred Cubley i* emergency surgery .
f a Thomasville hospital on Sunday
Gainesvtlle, President; J. F. Jau- Leader 'Of the Juniors. ITJT'JI. T 5-:>Tv rM-
He is reported to be recovering -
i. don of Starke, Vice-President; The WMU And Cir es will .
Herbert D. Myers of Penney meet at the church at 10 a. m satisfactorily.AILEXANDER

E Farms Community, Secretary; I Tuesday, Jan. 14. B. ,HORSFALLson :

Charles A. Oehrig of Park of the St. Annie's Episeepal.ChUJ'eh of Mrs, .Lutberia Horsfall of

Palms, Treasurer. Thursday nights have been designated Keystone, Heights, has been a

f 1s New Testaments' PresentedThe as Parish Night for St. a, holiday visitor ,in Keystone

t. Auxiliary of the Starke Anne's;: the first Thursday of the spending .Christmas with hismother.

Camp of Gideons presented month will feature a covered. .

Among those honored at the 34th anniversary observance- -of-theKeystone copies of the white.leather bound dish supper at 6:30: p. m. On last .G. E. WIGGINS was a patientfor

Nurse's New Testament .to nurses Thursday, Jan. 2, the Pastor several rdays! in the Bradford
Heights Woman's Club were (front row, I-r) Mrs Francis
and nurse's aids of the Mary Rev Allen Batt, showed slides County ;;Hospital with a severe
P. Egan, Mrs. Ella Bird, Mrs. F. W. Walrath Sr. (First president),
Olin Clinic at the Penney Farms from Suez, Napes, and Gibraltar

Mrs. Bert ChrUtoffers. Second row, 1-r: Sirs. Charles T. Smith, Mrs. Memorial Home Community on Each first Thursday will'feature.1 I cold.MR_._n._ AND MRS.. _RICHARD_______ ''' h ,- ., .r .....G
'W' '''' ; '' .'. '
.. ..
F. W. Walrath Jr., and Mrs. Sara"McDonald. .. ''''''-'' '. .4 ". .. -,! r..
Other past presidentswere rec. 23. a "Church Siner. .- CRO WELL and young--son PHIL- "t.- ''. -- ". '. .t. ,'..
.... -
unable to be present for the picture. Representing the Auxiliary at Second Thursdays will be the IP, have been guests,of Mrs tV' "TflI; !' .- n''I
q 4k."i
the presentation were Mrs. regular meeting time for ,the Crewell's parents UL CoL .and {n ,"" .. ."... ....' ,\1q Q., ,', '\ Woman's Club Celebrates on their Little Miss ",: "" #' "- 't" 1. -, '!'" ',,) ,,,,' z
corsages. Charles A. Oehrig, President; Vestry. Third Thursdays will MRS. DAVID NELSON. They .:"-, u.'J.<..'oj.... .../... td""' "'R_ ", ''Ii ,,..a.t..uib; ,- .. '.
34th AnniversaryThirtyfour Angela Aiken carried the o'tflowers.
tray :Mrs. Frederick R.. Sacher Vice- feature youth groups, 'sandwich: returned ta. their name in Cam

years of history President, both of the Park of supper and programs for the bridge; Mass by plane on Friday /z4aa
were given a brief sparkling review The following were called to
the Palms, and Mrs. Herbert D. various age groups. Fourth night.
before an audience of some the stage and received scrolls of
:Meyers of the Memorial Home Thursdays there 'will be dallSefol' MRS. EDWIN BEST of Or-
70 members and visitors at the appreciation: Mrs. Merrill representing -
Community at Penney Farms. the acolytes, readers and lando spent the Christmas holidays
Woman's Club of Keystone the Lawrence Development
in making leer pre- Sunday school teachers Mrs. ,
Mrs. Oehrig I with parents, Mr and RlINBOWfor
Heights on 'Monday, Dec 30, in Company; Mrs. Margaret .
Background Of New Minister
sentation explaineed how'nurses; ROY 'WATKmS.MR.. BEST :
the club bouse. Tracy tor'her father
Judge ,
have been of great help and com- Rev: Allan Batt. his wife Joy, spent part of the holidays here
Mecklem; G. E. Wiggins; Frank
The the form
reading! appropriate four year old daughter
to by !
fort patients and was a visitor at the Rotary
Walrath Jr.
SE McKay for the
of original skits, was plannedand -
Anneand their
two old
of Scriptureto > year son
passages meeting on Friday.
carried out by the program Rotary Club; Mrs. Emery Cooper I them. She also explained the John'live at Interlachen and the tobacco
chairman, Miss Cleva Ca1'3on.and for work in the Library; all o' GEORGE SCHAEFFER has .
giving Rev. Mr. Batt .serves as Vicar of *
work of the *
these been called to Lansing, Mich.,
the chairman for this event, i given distinguishedservice or St.. Anne's Episcopal Church of
to the Club. Also honored their motto "The Auxiliary where, .his father, John Schaeffer,
Mrs. Roy Watkins, assisted by .
their knees to keep the Gideon? Keystone Heights and the Inter : makes the. BIG DIFFERENCERainbow
:Mrs. H. L. Sutton and :Mrs. Russell were Past Presidents: Mrs. W their toes. she explained: lachen Church.Mr. is ill ,
Young. B. Dawson, present President, on Batt MISS. EDITH YOUNG returned '. ,
Bibles in was ordained at St -
that the place
Preliminary music, recalling Mrs. Charles T. Smith Mrs. motels and New Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne from a visit in Boston,
hotels and
former days,. composed of "Tunesof Francis P. Egan, Mrs Bert Mass on Friday evening. She J
Testaments in hospitals to ser Australia, in March 1952, had Premium Tobacco Plant Food contain
the Twenties, furnishedby Chnstoffers, Sr., Mrs. Sara McDonald aweek there visiting
was spent .,
vice men and women, nurses the Australia 'College of Theology r more than the usual forms and ;types of nutrient
Mrs. B. R. Rose Mrs.
Mrs. Ralph Felix of Syracuse friends after ,having spent .
Ind. at the piano and :Mrs. Frank Walrath, Jr., Mrs. Ella school children, prisons and ir .the Melbourne Licentiate Theology and Christmas with her parents Rev .. "T heeded for abundant plant growth. and high yield '
Bird, Mrs. Frank Walrath. Sr.. other public places such as rail- College of Divin -more"profit for Order your Rafnbow Premium
Young, violinist. in .... you.
steamship ity Diploma in Religious Edu and Mrs. J, Russell, Young,
who has served several terms as road trains, airplanes, Tobacco Plant Food in the need #lo!'
The skits, which took the formof lines and others. I cation. After serving two curacies Keystone. ,She returned to president and was the founding
Edward R. Marrow's "Personto
Person" and "You Are There" president. Mrs. Walrath was acclaimed Mrs. Sacher gave thG prayer of he.was made Rector of,Was on .Sunday afternoon. ... ai .t1 COW g Produce more high quality leaves per plant
dedication and :Mrs Meyers presented burton, a county tourist resort .
"First '- -
TV programs; told the story of Lady", and cut 50 "" 1I'1I'1I'1I' .." ...."
the club. Mrs. Roy Watkins narrated the first piece of birthday cake. the New Testaments. miles from Melbourne (1953- y. i Hove the right proportion of leaf to rib

the and Mrs. F. Mrs. Merrill, Mrs. Tracy, Mrs Christmas", Display Winners' 1956)). While there he had two that well and
tobacco meets
program ; : Develop cures
W Merrill of Jacksonville, a Christoffers, and Miss Gertrude Winners: for decorated homesin Church halls built. mainly ,by 0! AY HILL :0 market demand. '
volunteer labor. The hall at War- :;
former resident of Keystone, Houser poured the tea and coffee the recent' contest promoter r IIII! s

took the part of Mrs. F. :Millerin and Mrs. Charles Smith cut by the Chamber of Commercewere 35 burton was, fully equipped 85 by hy Bin. I., L., htrieklan4ALAAALAAALLllUalAlaa.. iii Have tobacco that adapts itself. quickly and easily
foot -
Fred Dodd lumber construction, < *"-"
the first the
the first skit and substitutedor cake. Serving'with Mrs. E. : place t when,transplanted.
E.- A. valued at 118,000, built for less f t
home second the
''Mr. Murrow" in the Personto F. Aiken as hostesses were Mrs. ; place, I '
J. R. Cook, Mrs. John Thorn- Rushton home; third place, the than 'We {T +' '
Person of the were -
portion pro- sorry Saturday evening '
quist Miss Ruth Ohlson, and Frank Walrath, Jr. home.: Business In May 1956 Mr. ,Batt, ,left to,Jearn Mrs. : Ronnie ktel' SERVES A PURPOSE
gram. Australia with his that ,. f 'ry For Nitrogen that's fast and Nitrogen
first family forf.ngla.nd .r example, acting
Mrs. Edwin Best of Orlando. places winning were: Lane land 'Estell
Those ,representing the original [ VVainwright
that is available the full
where Q slowly during growing easoa.
State Bank he studied at St
Club colors of blue and place Keystone ; i
members of the club at its organization gold were Augustine's were called back to Jessup, Ga. Phosphorus and Sulphur for plant color, root and stem
In 1924 were: Mrs carried out in the decorations of second place, S. E. McKay Rea' College, Canterbury, development. Potassium for sturdy growth and quality.
Merrill as Mrs. Miller; Mrs. the table and rooms. Estate office; third place, the the central college of the An- for the .funeral- of a -niece who Water soluble Magnesium and .Calcium for vigorous

Frank Walrath Sr., as herself; Wedding Anniversary Clay Electric Cooperative. glican Communion. While here departed this life last Thursday. growth and good healthy leaves, plus other important

Mrs. D. O. Stewart as Mrs. F. Fur CrawtordrMr CHURCH NEWS he met Rev. J. Zeller, now the This niece has been badly \84 i plant foods for maximum yields.

Clark; Mrs. Harold Lawrence as and Mrs. R. C. Crawfordof First Baptist Church Rector of St. Catherine's ir afflicted all of .her life, never 4 f rP i
Rev. J. R. Smith of Boston Jacksonville, and assisted at
Mrs. Jesse Lawrence; Mrs. Ella Keystone Heights held oper Faversham 'been able to walk, but was a INTERNATIONAL MINERALS
Bird as Mrs. Hornbeck; Mrs. house on the occasion of their Ga. has accepted the call by the Parish' Church, a' 4
Margaret Tracy' as. Mrs Mile 32nd wedding anniversary on congregation of the First Baptfa ancient church, ,,built in 1200 with Christian girl, so, the relatives \y _4 & CHEMICAL CORPORATION II

Bergen; Mrs. Francis Egan as Jan. 1. They were married in Church of 'Keystone Heights tr an, addition in. 440 of a lanterr should ,realize that their loss ifHeaven's .
Mrs. Ingraham.Miss Jacksonville by the late Rev. Mr. become their pastor. He will assume : spire design by Sir'Christdpher gain. < s e 1 20 NORTH WACKER CHICAGO 't. ILL.P'it ;.

Kay Walrath acted as Boone of the First Christian his new duties on Feb. 1 Wren. While there the family Rev. :Percy Knight called or !J

page, escorting those to be hon- Church. Mrs. Crawford was the Girl's Auxiliary Coronation toured England and Scotland ex- the Stricklands at Clay Hill for

ored to the stage and pinning former Miss Mable Bennion of I The G. A. group: of the FirstS tensively and took colored slidesOf afternoon : Mulberry Jacksonville l FloridaSee i
DOints of n interest. a picelong; talk Friday Locations; Pensacpla, {

1 The family arrived In ,the of,las{ week.

United State. in 1957, visiting ... -
In New York, 'West River, Maryland
and South the Dinah Shore Chevy Show, Sunday night on NBC-TY Air Cenditioning-temperalures made to order
Cook the modern 'Remember TJarolina. and the weaHy Pat Boone! Chevy Showroom on ABC-N for oil-weather comfort Get a demonstration!
way Through arrangements made by

Bishop West., Mr. Batt will 'Be
;p here 12 months, and study Parish>>

house, ..styles, .educational ,Jrends "

and Group life Dynamics move II. ; .tOWEST

ment and church life in general. 9 : PRICED. ,
WIRE We welcome the Batt family : ,
beats to the Keystone :Heights COm- : .
munity. ::' : .
s .
Community Sing

The Sunday Evening "Sing". : of t h'
; -
held each Sunday, evening at,"f ,t i, : :"J .
p. m. at. the Community Church _' o'r
Building, grows in
interest. Mrs. Ralph Felix come?
to play the hymns after a long

/ busy day serving ,' rIth her hus- :
...iE. band, Rev. Raplh Felix, at the ,
Candler Presbyterian Church : ;

The group is informal and everyone .

is cordially i i'avited to .come :
and choose favorite hymns. \ in, ,the models; most people buy ; '
Tea -
Honors Visitors ..
Mre. ... ., .
's. W. L. :Reynolds, Sr. was .
hostess on Tuesday' tternoon t
Dec.; 31 honoring "MargueriteJjewis
'k4j" { The/ Bei Air 4-Door Sedan. Cnctry'i rte'
A X rt.r her niece, Dione Lewis r- only' Ear in its eld with body t f Fisher
both"f New York City' guests of end Safe/ Plots Gloss/ oil' ttouad.In .

Miss Lewis, Mary Douglas of Ft.

Lauderdale. and Mrs.. Reynolds' .

into the food. ,ltd y our around the pott*inokts' yovr Gainesville. Receiving guests with
kitchen. kitchen hotter Mrs. Reynolds also. were her ,sis
ter.J illisa Lola -Snyder,' -and Her

daughter, Jane Reynolds. Little

Miss scottie Thomas opened the t 3

.. door and Mrs..Charles T. Smith

-' Mrs. J. Russell Young, Mrs.. J _
I A -WillHUM and 'Miss'eharmaine ft-

Muir, assisted Mrs. Reynolds, in 1.
Here's.wlty-lECTRIC.OOKING( 'bents-cO ''ot.er1llethds caring fat the guests...

Pouring tea were Mrs. Eula

Walker, Mrs John Ellis, Mrs. .1-
-.VI to soil curtains, walls pots and u keeping i is Mtier.f Raymond SPBes., and Mrs. A1

t C001iT- ]!alf as many heat units are required. lo do the job. Your. kitchen.stays. to-attend the affair. r
Decorations 'of' white low-priced cars*. Yet is the only truly i in its field. And Chevy
cooler, you save on air conditioning-get greater comfort from smaller units at lower. tins'-and white cameuias'poinset-and '*' fcc 1" X i ; Chevrolet i new_ car, j f J _every__ >

*: installation and operating costt.fe s'l lower wider and nine inches.
white -
;. ... '. iSJIFIST candes were placed at lively l longer.
points of interest in the rooms.
-No open flames no fumes, no pilot lights. ... fe. electric lights. '. Open- none-neW .

Following a custom Your dollars never, had it so good! With priced models bring you full measure
begun last
:. : F _SJ STew super-speed surface units and electronic ovens cool food in record Unit. year. Remand .MrsJ. '-RuaseU all ,its .startling_new advances and I} of Chevy's new length. You get Chev' OplY.fTancht8td.c rr ltt deafer.

: -. .. .. Young held open house for _(running new style, Chevy is still priced rol t's' dwd special brand "of perform-

.' CHJAHJ1. -Jt's cheaper to go sU-tlectrie' than I* we eombinatietr of fuels 'your church members and friends on .'_ right down at the bottom of the ladder. ance and economy.,la fact, you get the

'. jt litchfnliun'lry.lVl New ''Year's afternoon aad[,evening And look at what you get.for the l low : one car in the low-price field that per- '_4 '

':; .. .The, Misses Kay Walrath. ,r price)you pay! Youget boldly sculp- forms'in the'hih-price class! r

Frances Reaves, Darlene Camp lured sic&beauty with the quality craftsmanship Stop by'ydurrChevrolet dealers and ,

bell and ,Vivian Garcia ..assistedduring of. Body by"Fisher. You get let him prove it. He's making quick
\ ItntR; ntCTRJC(; IUr..,,st goer eppffanct dealer today $ display thisfamoub trademark
--t 1 the afternOon 'hours. "Miss the -year's"big buyeven.the. lowest t: appraisals and prompt 2 ? deliveries! Er

p!!!!;, FLORIDA POWER ft LIGHT COMPANY W i Tteyuetes Charmaine the evening.Muir and others during See 'your local authorized Chevrolet dealer for quick appraisal-prompt delivery/._ *roiwtn HCWgftm .. ..

Frtssrs -MR. AND "MRS. ,"WILLIAM r

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, By Ozora J. Shell tNEW'YEARRIGHTWliM; 111

& "A.AAAA A A A A AA1A AA AAiLAAAA Al Aft 1 1 1 1 1 11111 11111 A :

IfrppjrKtw Year 'RevGrimes who ,also delivered ,

',Youreditorwishes the best oft |. the morning message.. ..Rev. II
everything for all of my co- Grimes preached out of his ,sou]

workers and friends in Bradford on the Memorial Feast.: !

,Coluity. "We 'thank you Tor the I Music was furnished by the 1..IERN. OFFICE JEQIJt1P.EN [ !

support you have given this choir under the direction of Sister 1 1I

, column during the past two Shell. Communion was administered 1I II I

years and ask you to continue to by the pastor on Sun- '

make contribatiois during 1958. day night. Baptism will be. held I II' S ,

. The publisherlvner, Mr. E. Matthews joins In seasons greetIngs a
rehearsal every Wednesday You it to yourself and employees to
owe I
to"tour regular readers; We your ,
night, open for new members. COLE "Posture" CHAIRS ;

feel that. this //column has in- ister Gertrude.Carter, ,president Full-Size Standard increase the efficiency of your office with Mod
creased the circulation of this
Allen Chapel A. M. E. Church
paper i in the homes of my people. Rev. L. A. Sampson pastor held SMITH-CORONA 'PACEMAKER1OFFICE ;ern, Typewriters, Adding Machines and other .
This -is largely due' to' the,
many regular communion service last ... -
wdnderful reporters with whichI .equipment. See us for your: needs. Terms ar
Sunday starting with Sunday
kave keen so pleased I to' work. TYPEWRITERRegular : : REDUCE
School at 10 a. m.Supt.' Irene
to suit
ranged convenience.
Among-those aw Gladys Blye, Thomas in charge. Love Feast .. your ,
Charles Cfevington, Joan Jenkins '
Was ,held at the 11 a. m. Holy
RayneHe-:English, Corean McNeil I .
Communion at 6 p. m. Sundaywill 'Off'V ,
It'!'. B. Cohen,' W.' Strong, E. M.! 3k
be All .
regular trustee day. '::
Kennedy, W. T. -HottsndCath,
members are asked 10 flo their
erfne Johnson, Lawtey, R. Albert full duty for the maintenance of ? ,. } 1'GUt' .
Thurston, and many others: We
the church and expenses rnvolv- rk.1'

, are'deeply' mentions grateful cards foclfte'personal of'thinlisand :.ed...;Miisionfry. .ageetiitlg iwOlbe; w tFjgqr i ; !

held on Sunday, Jan. 12, 3 p. m.atthe '
memoriami: .MAt. In during
'Mme.ef Sister Irene
tie 'I past year. We invite you to Thomas on North Street. All 'A,*: '''' -' "W.i.>., ."...... ..- ': ...-., ": .. '.

subscribe yearly to .your T le- Tntmbers 'are invited to attend < X\ graph for $3 and save $2.50 dur p p. : "
Additional plans vill be made for <
ing'' tht year 1958. All >cheol, 'r. :5 "'r"a: ,
the 'Crusades For Christ pro- ','.. .' J. <: .
'''' "i<,- .. } .
church' 'clvic: and community t> r
Givens. f' I
gram.; Sister Elizabeth ,recurs is published without charge. : t. .. ,. j back r*
president. (
We are hoping that all reporterswill Carnation SO<'lal'Savlnr I' Club BtJYRA.NEW ',: '-... .. ."'. ..01 .

get the news to the office RANDADDING e All nylon k
-The next regular meeting will '
of the editor not 'later than 4pu'tn. bearings "
: each Monday so that, it be '!1el
nay be checked and typed for Bessie Lee on Old Lawtey Road. 11hbI tack MtiindtptncUnHy ;S

the final edit and publishing on -members and persons wishingto a aA a wyE$
aed to submit .Iwaf r
join are s
I a
Tuesday morning. Please Include '
this1 among your New Years Resolutions. names at this {meeting .for a?- MACHINE ',.

proval from thQ members. The $179.50 Plus Tax :
held at the ,
Charter Granted. next meeting will be. A V*. ,
home or Mrs. Grace Long.on aui
I' Den ,
'The Chapter 168 orStatke \
Highway,'.South Starke. which 429
\ was granted a charter by ,Special Introductory
1 will be the deadline date for ap- .
the Order of the Eastern Star ,
of members. Thir } .- '' .' :
pication new -
on !De4. 18.. A member of the I j Plus TaxIncreases .
ivill. also be the-"Natal Day" of
Bethlehem Chapter of the'Statr 1 1of 169'.50 :
'J Berni ce"MoJT Jl. popular beau- .c'- .f1
;Florida, working; under the -
1 tician'of North Oak Street Tax Yau'can
protection of.'the Most Worshipful Stafke, Jan. 10. Only 5.00 efffciency by eliminating fatigue.

Urfion Grand Lodge. .'of the Dimes WHY PAY MORE! adjust it 4'ways fit your body. Molded foam
March Of
honorable and Ancient Fraternity .. . ;&
'of 'Free and'Accepted'"Masonsof The -annual drive for Polio is 4t'& Tr ''' -<:va 4:. Down rubber seat, covered with latest Fabri-coated mate

''the now on.. -Th chapter chairman S SUPER SPEED ACTIONS a
State T>f Florida. 'fiecharter rial.Will not stain, crack or peel. Brushed aluminum
members for Starke is Mrs. Juanita Din-
are; Worthy
Matron Sister Janie -Mitenrtlj kins and our group chairman is I FLICK-SET ,TABULATION 'a 5 6 6.50 frame. Solid base equipped with kick plates and

Worth} Patron Rev. Damon Mrs. Leona M. t oyal who was STANDARD 84-CHARACTER KEYBOARD lop bearing casters. Seat size 16%" x U'HC.95 /" x 23A".i)

Dell; Sisters ,Annie Wright. Mildred J given a citation! last year .for Per Month

Paul Orora ShelU 'Liable nentoriqus service during 1957. QUICKEST MARGINS .
Bryant! Sarah Morris Sallie 1 Let us join hands with these % .

Williams Ella Lrnnpkmfl, Eloise representatives :land make this REINFORCED ALL-STEEL FRAME + "EXECUTIVE" Arm Chair

B. Hawking, Raynelle English he biggest and best drive in the Colorful, impressive,the lcut'word In' .

Bertis I Robinson, Leola Morris. history! of the March of; Dimes.A beauty. Brushed aluminum, satin

Tilley Riley. Laura Mae Collins J very fine movie is.being WORLD'S fASTEST KEYBOARD smooth frame and base. Tilt seat with
and Brother 'Cl ve1ahd Collins." !shown in all schools and .communities fASTEST BECAUSE ITS 5JWUJTI i adjustable tension and adjustable

Other for of Bradford County in call for fret demonstration
persons having applied Come or a height. Swivel ball-bearing casters..
membership and .:.accepted :are: Survival Is Not Enough." It f ,
Seat size 19W'
Sister'' Wilhelmeria. ,Brooks, Bros< ,was .shown,for the elementary!: .
Roosevelt J>eU .and.Elmer Shell J pupils at RJE on Wednesday asa "' The Famous-Remington Rand

Meetings are .held each first and I regular: chapel presentation,by

third Thursday night at the .the 2nd and 3rd grades taught by 10 KEY ADDING MACHINESPriced
Masonic\ hall cn Btcfcvnlee Street, ;Mrs. _A- G. Moffett Polio Is not

Marriage. Announcement. licked yet. We need to continue ... .. L Gray ./Oak leaf 0,... Sr w.
Mr. and 'Mrsr EeSlie, Best 'are is, , develop the programof .V '; .. Saddle Ton .Terre CoItCl ... Win ...
t!*< pleased" to ann Qonce, the recent education and hospitalization VII from 109.75 SepphJr Blue and eft pastel skein' ef

marriage of their 'daaghter. ,;Dor More' iron lungs and other ex- Tax ** .c..t..Applt Ortt..b. -
thy Wilson, to Frank JBarrin i. pensive equipment are still needed a lot. I' -. Plus" Tax e 'I"

lon of Tallahassee. "Frank"is to to'help'in' the tight, against, ... f

'resident'"of' Tallahassee"and ""Dor Infantile -paralysis. Jojn the, ii .. .

thy Is a 1954 graduate of RJE March of Dimes today. GiveGenerously /rrk Y.p. ,.. ALSO SMTH-CORONA OLE's-
high school 'lAd'&II excellent !

eam hess. They are at home At Home MX

With ''their ..parent. at 1203 N. Principal and Mrs. Eddie Full Keyboard Adding Machines

Oak Street4Kn wn by their Thempkins are at home in their 1_ i. *

t friends: as Inez and Barber. Best beautiful new home in Starke -L P I \

Wishes' to-11113'very.ttne 'young just across "the street from the Priced from SICMTVAULT
.feouple.Ch'nrcto. oTmkins -st'Mde of.RJE...Patrons
t Plus Tax
NewsEbenezer and friends are) Join .. I a h -for personal papen and ether

Baptist Church was neighbors in the Inspection' (tour r ,, TERMS: TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE valuables (only YOU know the

the scene of,the very best in of this concrete,yellow and green p r't dial Combination). Also two
spiritual service tm the last sun- cottage. Brenda Gall will also J
ball-bearing letter files. Two In-
Bay night of the year when Rev meet and greet; you. L- T?' S dex drawers for' 3x5 or '4x6i
O.; McArthur, moderator *bf Basket Ball Games
i cards ((6400 capacity, or for
the Mt sinta .Mlcsionary-BaptiM 'Friday night at 7:30 p. m. the ; a cancelled checks two adjust
. Church Association delivered the RJE Tigers .and Tigerettes will 3 : ;
'onthelWSraiMoronaw.r t S able storage compartments
, message. It seems that Wesley CoI't r .
Keller K .
play High School of'Mac- x: i under lock and key. Size 37 ?
! Mosely turned about as tthe"self clenny. This wijl be their first '"
> jL I .1 IThere's high, 30%" wide, 17" deep.
i ; ppoiated head usher to to : -
i < contest for 1J58.| The genera' *
) Cole
'| the rescue of tae "shouting sis-- public is invited to come out and Pcd bfe1 eW 'DESKcabinet n'fILE' t. Olive green Or gray.:

tets" The spirit was very high cheer the teams pn to victory. ; With' plunjf- lock which.

1 and provided.ei wonderful way The next home game will be ... .. .- .. ._ t ze75 automatically locks all!) drawiri. I
(for these Christians to end the t. tJflI No. 1478PI $67,45
playtd on Jan. 17.Boys, and girls between the of operationof '. Plus Tax I
'' comparison ease
oli pent: Sister Rebecca 'Br lis. from the Crescent City HighS just no ..
Portable and other -
faithful memter"of the Church h ol. Harry T. Burney, princi the new Smith-Corona any

'was able, to attend after many; pal.' Plan BOW j Ito 'attend all of portable in the world. A gentle touch of the Iud_ retractable desk; ..4ft.

*. Wbntas of -lifln'esa.' We *-erevgla<< these games. We hope the weather electric power takes,over.speeding you through your a safe for valuables 1 .

S 'to' welcome the many members will be fines t typing. quickly] quietly and' Effortlessly. SEE AND TRYITTODAYI' plvs for ,
drawers checks.
V arid friends back for the holitd4s Re-rpgistratloi k ; '
that ire 4n'the armed forces ,Elea for letters, x. I
All property owners are asked 1
'fcrid those that have moved away. } SMALL DOWN PAYMENT compartments for books, I"!
!''We to register again, starting Jan JI
cbrmany..tnvtte'ytn1 to come
10 for the. special- bond election drawers for .at"nery
and 'the 9.21'Per'Months
out worshipwith us en ,
that will be held in the interestof index ?4
and coast k
l first and third Sundays: In .each .. ,
the schools f Bradford Coun .. :
, month and )'Jieariour, newvpastorj { a dtsk F ir
ty. We' tave found that some BuilHike
xI ,
k- ,
j 'Calvary English, reporter.:Rev,. husbands that ire i I property own Other SMITH+CORONA Portables .. ... *
Baptist Church., ers! registered but the wife :
are .
; .
r '' .i. w .,
'George Lee pastor held tewrieef L I t
Is not We are: asking that bolh -
our Ntw Years Eve in cooperation I -w11; o'dd drnftytoaRToom.Acornptete -
husband ,and wife. go to the county .. handsome
with Bethlehem! 'Pi M will -Baptist ; AS LOW AS office combined into one -
courthouse with : y
and. register
writprotected by two ori9
; f
'Church Rev. L, ,
Mrs. i'' under lock and key.
Crosby or member of outer doors 'i
lied I Antioch Baptist Church. The 60"
j gouge ilttL 37H" wide.
hijhT is ;wee: ;held her'staff. 'This is a must forStarke 74.50 .Hea Y Cole .
ap&ritwas) ., -r liigKV; deep.-Green or flroy.Km I
"'Watih Me th.g'" for" 195?. 's n- and"Bradford County "r F S for Typing 4 ,

< at 10 a w Walnut.MahelllllY U', Knotty 1 1 1f 1
da'y chool each Sunday Schools. Youhave rallied to'colls Graved

' m: Deacon Domm ta' charge; l C from all the rest, now an Plus fax '4' -finish sii5.u0.dd tivifol.

iftervide every second and fourth : .
i swer a call for' the very best -
p' ,&dnaayiewBethel at your j G1eS
SCHOOLS. Remember '. J' FAIT your important papers .fv
'? Baptlat'Church., Pictured at Right finger tips..The retractable.desk_
'TRev.' aeW' the slogan from the capitol glides smoothly 'm and" out.
I A. Vinson pastor ,ser JCPJ 'UTILITY TABLE'
Yfces on Sunday -starting I with "BETTER SCHOOLS MAKF The Skyriter I ::

' 'Sunday, ,School ,at 10:15 a. m BETTER COl1 tUtlll b'n .. 112.95' ..5 her the SfudeM / i''

' bacon 4 Julroa Royal Sr.. !in t ..f' I' : e I 1NoricE II-95

. 'chkrg. Covenant meeting was I Tax I Plus Tax II
(LJ' held the at, OF; L\TENTIOR ,i I
Communion( was served during Notice la hereby [elven that the

1 the evening w i'shipsernce.. uftdffliped.of Chapter 20 under.953, haws) the of provision Florida, Hundreds of Other 'Necessities 'ForTfte"Office .

Choir "Ko. 1 -win "hold Tegular; Act or mi.-will register with the '
t 'S' eheaf sal each Wednesday before Clerk of the Circuit CoSrt,- in and ri ; \ I IC II
for Bradferd Florida' upon
k ''lhe third and fouVtb Steday.piiayir ; receipt oft cohtl': publication; ,81
meeting' ach '''T\J sday this netleeihe >tictltiou* name ofDlsje I Ij

[I !iightl! at 8 p. tmJoan- Jenkins- -. am engaged Motor In Coprt bosUess; under at 744 wUch Temple -1 I h

'"reporter. ..v. .' Avenue, Staike' Florida.. BRADFORDt e .ELEGRAPH
Jrs. Thelma L, Golladay, 74
''!Anti< '
: Lee, pastorheld regulars owner.
Dated this 20th day of December ,
t ce on Sunday starting with.
A.D.: 1S37 at Starke Bradford Coua-
!I t Simday school.. :::SupL .Carter'cnarie."The _in!! U..Flyr14... __ '__ h'_
review"was given by 12/20 4t / I


; Point : ,
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LAWTET CHURCH St. Mark's Episcopal
ASSEMBLY OF GODG. C. L. Ovwtorf Jr, Mlntster Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Rev
(presently meeting In City Hall) ,BAPTIST CHURCH 1 I
Sunday-BIble study 10 a. m., Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Rer. Raymond"E.. MacBUIa M. Osboree, Pastor Sunday Sunday School 10 George Chism pastor. Everybody

,worship l 11 a, m.EveningYoung. Worship 11 a. m. Training Sunday Services-9:45: ajn., Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn- a. m., morning service 11 au m., welcome.
I people's Bible Unions 6:30 p. m. Evening Wor- Church School; 11:00 ajn., Morning ins Worship, 11 a. m. Evangelistic evening service, 6:30 p. m.
/ CHURCH NEWSAt study, 7; preaching, 7:30.. ship,' 7:30: "p; m. Prayer Meeting Prayer and Sermon. Service 7:45: p. m. Thursday Wednesday Bible study, 7:30p. CHURCH OF JESUS CUBIST
Wednesday-Bible study, 7:30 Wednesday? 7:30 p. m. Everyone Holy Communion-First Sun weekly prayer service. Invita- m. LATTER DAY SAINTS

p. m. welcome.- C. Harvey. pastor day 11:00 a.m.; Third Sunday tion extended to everyone. Services each Sunday in oil
Radio Station 1:30 ajn. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS
(J Program- Masonic Hall on E. Call St. Bun-
WRGR, Monday, 6:310 a. ,m. BROOKER BAPTIST CHURCH Wednesday-7:00: p.m. Choir K1NGSLEF LAKE CHURCH
The TabernacleThe I Lutheran Services Sunday School, 11 .".. m.;morn-.Practice; 7:45 p.m., Litany and MISSIONARY BAPTIST Sunday School, 10 a m.; Morning day School 11L m. Sacrament
]I HEILBRONN JHSSKWABY ing worship, 11 a. m.; training Bible Study. Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Service ficSO p. m. Everyone wel-
closing night of the old 122. E. Washington St. BAPTIST CHURCH union 7 p.: m.; evening worship Other meetings and services by Sunday School 9:45 aoa. Morn- services 7:30 p. m. come.

found the Gospel Tabernacle Regular services will be held Sp.D\. announcement.NEW. ing Worship 11 a.m. Evening Wednesday Prayer Meeting!
year afternoon at 2:30: Sunday School-, 10 a. m. Morn : Wednesday-Hour' 'of Prayer, Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting 7:30 p. m.
group giving thanks to the Civer every Sunday ing Worship, 11 a. m. Evening I RIVERBAPTIST each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone
of all for the blessings of the relock; Sunday School and Con- 8p.m.FAITH
Worship, 7:30: p. m. Training CHURCH welcome.-Rev. H., H. Mott, GRAHAM
past year and asking guidancefor firmation classes at 3 oclock. Union (Sundays) 6:30: p. m. Mid- BAPTIST" CHURCH Sunday School 10 a. BL Wor- pastor. BAPTIST CHURCH
ahead. The Rev. Myron G. Mader, pas
the year Week Prayer Meeting, Wednes-
ship Hour, 11 a. m. Evening serv-
tor of The First Lutheran Churchof Sunday school, 10 L m. Morning -
Communion was observed on day 7:30: pjn. LawteyA. ..'e, 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting eao. LONG BRIDGE CHURCH Worship 11 a. m. Training
Ocala, will conduct the O
Sunday morning as is the custom ).. Massey, Pastor: Wednesday, 7:30: pjn..
Union 6:30 m. Evening Wor
on the first Sunday in the month.A services. SEVENTH DAr Bible school, 10 L'''m. t Schedule of services: Sunday p.
ship, 7:30 m.Rev.. W. 0.
All wltnout a home '; p.
persons ADVENTIST CHURCH Preaching 11 a. m I HAMPTONCHRISTIAN School 10 a. m.; Worship Service -
from the Church at-
group church are invited to attend. Collins, Sr., pastor. LIQUID OR TABLETS
tended the Patrick Arnold meeting I Servicea each Sabbath in the Evening Service, 7:30 .p. m." CHURCH 11 a. m. Study Service, 7 i

Thursday night at Trinity Bible home of S. N. Brown across from Bible Study and PrayerT&eeting :Christian Endeavor,Friday,7:30p. : p. m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p. hHGHL&PDBAPTIST B6fSMdftITOStt P

Church Lake Butler of which St. Edward's Church Bethel Baptist Church east Of.. 7:30 p m., Wednesday.* ._m. Bible Study Wednesday, m. Midweek Prayer and, Study CHURCH colDs MISERIES 1ICJUJ
Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m. Radio program, 8 to_ /8\30\ ,s. 7:30": p: m.-Sunday Morning Wor- IT MU 9 CU IOu
Rev. M. M. Brackman! is pastor.Mr. I 7:30 m.-Rev. Jack F. Siemer, Sunday School 9:45: a. m.
Arnold, a Missionary to theWest St Edward'a, Starke: Sunday: Bible Study each Wednesday, m. each Sunday over station ship, 11 a. m. Evening Worship, p. Morning WorshiP: 11 a. m. and CAM RELY ON 666
Indies, showed pictures of Mass, 8:30: a. m. Holyday Masses, 7:30 p. m.-Ard u Mote, pastor. WRGR, Starke. 7:30 p. m. Bible School, 10 a. m. pastor. }
6:30 and 8:30 Catechism
a.m. -
work being done 'in Guadacanal :- :: -
Class for children Saturday r
and other islands. The crowded every .
'conditions in which the people 9:30 a. m. {, 1 I Ir
St. William's, Keystone -
Un and poor facilities for Chris- .
..tian work should make us more Heights (follow Hiway 21 southto 111 111I

appreciative of oar blessing here St. William sign Sunday Mass ( Church this tuedv- /
8:15: aon. Holyday Mass, 7:30 fufteyoTtfJfm.10 ( .
at home and stir us to more missionary am. Confessions before all Mass- \ .
effort for those less for- I
es. ,I
tunate. --
.m'lr1imn' { liTi'Utnw:: :.'IL'II .
The Tabernacle congregationwas
aaddened by the news of the Madison St. Baptist .

sudden death of Fred B. Cowell
on Dec. 23 in Washington State. (Presently meeting Washingtonand ,
Grand Sts.. s k@a
..He was a famous chalk artist and
Rev. Jack H. Mabry, Jr., PastorP. w
'writer of illustrated tracts.
T. Nolan Supt. Sunday School TR
Sunday School, 9:45 ajn.; Morning -
.Methodist Church Worship.. 11:00 a.m. '

Training Union 6:15 pjn. Evening $
Sunday Church School for Worship, 7:30 p.m.
all ages, 9:45: a. m. Morning Worship business < r
Prayer Services and a : c
11 a. m Dine-A-Mite for meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. r' :;

MYP, 6:15 p. m. Business meetIng ., 0
and worship services for In-
termediate and Senior MYF, 6:30p. First Christian Church

m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p. x. 4SI
m. Morning worship, 11 ajn. ,. k ,
Rev. J. E. Sherwood, pastor }
At the morning worship service ? ft ,
Sunday School, 10 ajn. i
Dr. 'J. E. district
Youth Churcn, 7 p.m. THE GEM JEWELRY
superintendent, will be presentfor
Wednesday Prayer Meeting,
a special service which will 7:30 p.m. THEFARMERS

be an inspiration.A Adult Choir practice, 6:45 p.ra "Starke's Leading Jeweler"
nursery is available for preschool Wednesday.: SUPPLYA.

age children.Presbyterian Ladies Council, 1st and 3r I +

Tuesday nights.Ever'body R. JohnsonCONWAY'S
Church welcome to eacl

; ; -4 ,
Friday Adult Choir practice : 1
,, 7:30 p. m. CHURCH OF GOD
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning SUPPLY
Sunday Church School for
Worship, 11 a. m. Sunda]
all ages, 9:45: a. m. Morning
Evening Service. 7:45 p. m. YP!
Worship service. "Your Calling
Service Wednesday, 7:45: p. m
a. m Youth Fellowships. 6:30p :
m Evening Worship service. Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:45! p. m UNION BUS STATION

"Nazareth and Capernaum." I LAWTCTSunday FLORIDA REALTYOF
School, 10 a. m. Morn
7:30: p. m.'Nesday.
I ing Worship, 11 a. m. YPE Serv
Circle 2, Mrs.
ice Saturday 7:30: p. m. STARKE
Andrews hostess 10 a. m. Circle HART FURNITURE ,
3, Mrs. J. R. Kite hostess, 8 p. EVEEOEEENBAPTIST %
CHURCH 'wry t,

Wednesday Bible Study Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching COMPANY A t
11 a. m. Training Union 6:30:
Group, 6:45: p. m. Circle 1, Mrs. p. m. Preaching 1:3Q p. m. PrayelMeetlnr WESTERN AUTO

Lester Crews hostess, 8p. m. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. . ASSOCIATE STORE


George Washington Bridge that spans the Hudson River is a very.fittin I! and

By Pastor Marvin Faile BARBER SHOP --i! appropriate 'memorial the Father of Our' Country. It is a fitting memorial be cause

of its great strength and because of its unlimited service. It stands for "somethin. -

"PLAY BALL" Dennis Smith strength for good. GIB BROWN'S

George,Washington was a tower of strength in a crucial period. He stoo
"something," independence and union. like many',other rich men of the colon, s

First Baptist Church Hampton"The ,could.have taken the easy way. But, because he stood for "something" he selecte the:: SERVICE STATIONthe

W. L. THIGPEN hard,the difficult way strength for good. .

End of Your Search for a Friendly Church" The Church is also a source of strength for'good, and, like Washington and

BUILDER <, bridge thathonors, his memory, it stands for "something," for the right and frc edomidual

Sunday School 10 A.M. B.T.U. 6:30 P.M of every human being. There is a church that will aid and sustain each indii FRED'S

: 11 A.M. -. Morning Worship Phone 297-J who stands i "something" and must choose the hard, the difficult way to takE I this

stand'-sttrength for good.. % ., MARINE CENTER '
"Hour of Power" -'Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. "*

Fred GraudonBROWNl



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REV. LEWIS D. HAINES, Pastor THE COMMUNITY ";, .r;rta< s '

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of. Town
Phones v
Office 234 -Pastoriam ISO GREASE '
Starke ;: FUEL OIL
Sunday Sermons: 11:00 AM 8:00 P.M. KEROSENELUBRICATING

Sunday School 9:45 AJU. Training Union 6:45 PJL -. ; and MARKET

Midweek Service Wednesday, 7:30 P.M. ,*, t ; a MINERAL

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH ,t WARREN'S s OILS SPIRITS ;

11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. RAYMOND LANG L


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details are managed and economically -

attended that only a trained and '"
careful organization can attend when ..

the urgent need for serving is at ., DENMARK I
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Funeral Director Ambulance SerrlctOn ;

local fuMral arvica bom lot aabiu otherwise u to*TaflbU.W offer.eanTeitoieM. tH FARM, HOME & AUTO T 0 Church Sunday,II \ \

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ronia the hlghut tnt feme it lowest prioe, ta4

leapt ANY lift Insurance policy tn force, ....*d by ANT

OIf ,9ly. M.praent tft part .r la full 01 a found.OMMttfttioa s4*<, .11
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