Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1951
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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.1 1" ipital Petitions Will Be Checked COUNTY.TELEGRAPH oull

>dcial Meeting On January 17 :

iesday, .Jan IT, at 2:30 p. m, Lee, courthouse and grounds care ComIty Publication Established In 1379vnt

ii by the Board of Countsslonera ] taker.
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the time to -- -- .
foi This meeting being -
the time
) f tag to check the validity oli receive proposals for the drivingof UME SiSVIrNTY. .-TWO .----... -- -- ....-- ----- .. _.. ---- -- . : .
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pb i contained on petitions pr- a drainage well In Sampson -

3ft,,t ,?.,'by advocates whether of an an electiorHStermlne annual had Lake been, the received.clerk reported The that attorney none, BHS Capers! Split With Ketterlinus;

ltt'4feould'' be levlea for the estab, and clerk were then Instructed tc Three To Die
and maintenance of a contact well-driving concerns In Monday
riamgnt I
,-hospltal In Stark an effort to get them interestedIn To Play In New Smyrna Friday

p fp, \|petitions were received byII. submitting bids at a time to b<'

at their Ant meeting, decided later by the Board.It .
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I ; new" calendar year held lithouse was unanimously agreed by; In two thrilling games Tuesday hind 21-14 at intermission time. It

!!q'!'" here Monday. the Commissioners to make no night at the local armory, the looked bleak Indeed, for the locals' For Murder Of D. L. Silcox

I .nan M. O. Harrell state changes In priority of proposed Bradford boys and girls teams but after the halftime period, they

bahJM\'"* petitions ;would be check construction of secondary roads in split games with the St. Augustine came back strong and held the

d at the special meeting to detert1n&Itl Bradford County. It was decided, boy and girls. The girls from Kettlollnus boys to one point, a I

they compiled with thiWJl < I however, to add an additional! road Bradford lost a close one to the free shot, and managed to up their _

| nd wnether they contalneeon to the list to follow those whose Ketterllnus girls by a 37.34 score own score to 21 where St. Augus/ Governor Signs Death Warrant

)ltflde signatures of the re- priority has already. eben designated. and the boys finally edged Ketter tine had a slight 22-21 lead at the .i _.4 wsi 41i4 Committing Negroes To

five percent of qualifier llnus boys 3532. end of the third period.

, ers on the county rt'glstra.1 The new road was described aa In the opener, the local girls With the score close and tension Electric Chair

oks. The Board Will aa- I commencing about one mile east jumped Into an early lead, and at high among the players aid fans,
I of the Bradford-Union county line halftime held 10-15 advantage. Delano Thomaa,. and coming
a an up
: its final action on the pe- George Wolfork, Jr., Walter McDonald and L.
Mon- I on State Road 100'and proceeding Midway the third period, the visitors basketball player, sank two pret : r
t the regular first I In northerly direction to neat D. (Little Dump) Robinson will die in the electric -
a tied up the score and went ahead ty baskets from the side and put .
in February Chair- chair 'at the State Prison early Monday for
etlng i the Lester Johns farm and contin mainly on the long shots of the locals ahead. St. Augustine

:aM' jJ.rrell said. I' thug to a intersection with the old Futch, who led her team with 20 played a close, pressing zone" de. the May 4, 1949 slaying of D. L. Silcox, Starke

e rpral short talks were mad< Raiford Road at a suitable point points. The winners never got too fense nearly all the game but r jrroceryman. in an attempted holdup.

r 1Y Interested persons at the meet east of Conner Bridge.L. far ahead of the locals though, andIt when the locals over-loaded this f'I Governor Fuller Warren signed death warrants

r\I''ggr te i In favor and some op- D. Vining, representing, Container was a spine-tingling contest zone, they went ahead.In I Thursday afternoon in Tallahassee setting "the

oest'Ro( the county operation olj Corporation of America, re Phyllis Strickland led the Bradford the last two minutes, Ketter I week of January 8" for the execution. of the

C'' l at this time. During the newed a request that the deed girls with 20 points and Is a sharp. lams went Into a man for man de. three convicted murderers.

Ire on ,It was stated that if given by the Board conveying the, shooter under the basket. Closeto tense and the lacals went ahead 8 Actual time of the execution ia 1 left to the dis-

I is established the.cost oWing I In Clayno Road right of way be re- the end of the contest It look. points only to see Byrd get a lay cretion of the prison superintendent L. F. Chap

and operating it may; I' wised\ or that a new deed be signed ed as if Bradford would edge the up shot and cut their lead to !3 J man, who told the Telegraph yesterday after-
1 u, id to a 10-mlll levy stat: without reservations. i visitors out, but the forwards from points. noon that he would follow prison tradition insetting

/I Sve mills as previously value. thli! The county attorney advised I Ketterlinus successfully managedto Arthur Winkler played a good the time at 9:00 a.m. Monday. All executions -

4, i present taxable load! that this would necessitate another freeze the ball and hold It until game on rebounds and was high at the prison in recent years have been

lace an additional tax I notice being given according 'the final whistle blew. Patsy scorer with 12 points. .Jack Haz- set for Monday of the week designated by the

than $40V000 annually up- to' law and he was Instructed to I Eaves, a two-year .letter winner en with 10 points was outstanding Governor. .>...
of the county, "I.t
taxpayer prepare and properly advertise and a stellar guard, played het the last half with his ball hawkingand
|d. I When the death chair switch U I thrown for
notice. usual all around
such good game.It play.
\Crawford, retiring member the last of the negro trio it will bring to a closea
John Godwin, representing the, was a full three minutes gone Byrd.. a guard, was high point r
,f Joard, made a short talk ir lengthy ordeal that began with the murder of
H. C. Wall Insurance Agency, re by In the boys' game before a sin. man for Ketterllnus with 10, followed ?
that such an ad- Silcox almost
v tie stated I quested that the fire and extended gle point was scored. St. Augustine by O'Connell and Daniel years ago. The subsequent
i burden at this Ume.. trial and
ii tax conviction took in
place mid-summer
record and
not'' Insurance on the new sporting a spotless with 8 each.
r ace a"terrible strain If county Jail and Its contents be, a fast breaking offense, Jumped Into This Friday the A & B boys .111 19, and then followed a year and a half delay

ely wreck" the economy olinty. equally divided between his agency an early 12-4 lead In the second teams travel to New Smyrna Beach while the Florida Supreme Court reviewed the

h He warned against the; and the Charley E.: .Johns Agency period, after leading the locals 8.4 for games there. Nothing Is knownof lengthy transcript of testimony and considered

{ increases in taxes at i In line with past policy of the at the end of the first quarter. The the strength of their teams appeals of the convicted men for new trials on

lfn hd offered his cooperation Comm'l loners. The Board agreed Bradford boys,. with only one Next Tuesday night P, K. Yonge'ofGainesville grounds: that confessions made by them in the

in klstance in any way the p08-1 en- to an equal division of the practice session during the holidays will tackle the locals at State Prison at Haiford were illegally obtainedand

lb the Board during insurance between the two agencies just couldn't seem to get going the armory at 7:30 with A &; B not admissable as evidence.By .

jig ear.its organization at the when the building ls completedand and they found themselves be- games. lL a 6-1 vote on September 29. 1950 the State

u fof the meeting, M. O. Har accepted. Supreme Court held that the confessions were

a as re-elected chairman foi Due to lack of time the peeper New Variety Bahia Seed Bring $25 Pound; admissible' and upheld the convictions and sen-

h with Ira Wilson ashalrman. atlon of a Circuit Court jury list tences of the Circuit Court.
year postponed until Wednesday, i Thomson Plans Larger Planting This SpringW. The mandate of the
La L. L. Rent roe, was Supreme Court affiVmInar -

elected member from Diswo Jan. 17, at 4 p. m. H Thomson, Jr.' son-in-law i orous, taller and producing mon the conviction and sentence was forwarded

was seated, succeeding The list of Confederate pensioners of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump oi and better seed than common Ba LzLt! J to the clerk of the circuit court here in mid-No-

''' Crawford. 'This was the as furnished by 'the Secretary Starke, has been growing semimighty hia. People are Interested In i II 'vember, leaving the way open for Governor

''n ange In the makeup of the- qf the State. ..Bo.rd'of Pensions valuable seed over 'on his now t from the seed production an- Warren to slsm the death warrants..

Dard. was approved. It contains but twc farm at Lloyd, near,Montlcelo( } lq gkv&nd. current enthusiasm .hai Wolfork.- McDonald and Robinson "were. apparently
V Knight was re-elecUW rimes from and this Mrs.county Emma: 'Mia J. ..Jefferson County. :J gotten 5Yer ahead of present pro ." -' ,- .. .. me ibrsfa :"unholy; ;;i alliance". that I
b attorney, Dr. W. E. Mlddle- Sale Tyson Th mson'a current good fortune duction. i Sad operated out of Jacksonville
both of Starke. Pictured above, facing the electric chair with which the State of I
aunty physician, and. Joseph Bryan, started when he planted two acrei Thomason who obtained th< for months previous to the' murder -
Florida exacts the lives of criminals convlcted'of first degree murder, 12 Local Men Will
of a promising new pasture grass sprigs to plant his two-acre patch here, staging a number of
School Lunch Price -Argentine Bahia-last May from the Quincy experiment station are (top to bottom) George Wolfnrk, Jr., Walter McDonald, and L. D, Witness TripleElectrocution holdups In North Florida and

.neil Delays From those two acres of sprigs he says that the blades of Argentine Robinson. All three mnn had Fill records previous to the crime for South Georgia and believed to

on On May Have To Be has harvested 67 pounds of clear Bahia are more tender and which they were convicted here. have been responsible for at least

sing Authority Boosted A NickelSchool seed, which tested a 95 percent more palatable to cattle. It ales Wolfork, owner of the car In which the three rode on the night of Monday morning, shortly before three murders

germination rate, and which sold seems to have a greater hardlnesi the Silcox murder, had previously served a one-year term for assault B o'clock, the three convicted murderers At the time of Wolfork's arrestIn

Drge Upchurch. chairman of Superintendent HarmonP. for a cool $25 per pound. In winter. and ,battery In New Jersey, and had paid fines for two other offenses,I of D. L. Silcox will walk Jacksonville the trunk of his car

paytona Beach Housing Au- Morgan annouced yesterday But even that fancy price Isn't For these reasons the expert! In that state. He was listed in FBI files under three ala| .".. His I from their cells in the State Prison held a 1917 Smith &: Wesson re-

and Ed Snead, Daytona that price Increase may be necessary as much as this seed brought last say It appears to be the pasture fingerprint were among those found on the gun with which SUcoxi, ( i "flat top" to the death chamber volver, a double-barreled shot gun

ct. appeared before the for all school lunch rooms In year when extremely spares pro grass of the future In the lower was murderd. where they will pay the supreme, and a supply of traveling equipment -

5 until at its meeting here Bradford County. duction caused to some farmers tc South and may spread over the McDonald had previously served an 18-month sentence for burglary penalty exacted by Florida law. I Including a skillet, bedding
"The Federal reimbursementrate receive high as $100 pound areas as other bahlas have done. clothing: dishes and other utensils.
|y night In regard to organ- as per in Collier County in 1047, His police record also Included an arrest Their heads will be freshly
has been decreased from 9c will that much Thomson will be able to sprig Two
In I long-blade,
housing authority Why anyone pay dagger-type
I a in Live Oak in 1945 on charges of bring drunk and disorderly shaven: and they will have been
to 6c per pupil, effective Dec. 1, for, grass seed? The answer lies 30 more acres of the lush new knives were found Inside the car.
carrying a poncealed weapon. FBI files show that he Wall arrested for served the traditional "hearty
, 1950," Mr. Morgan explained.The lh the ever increasing herds of cat. grass next May from his original It was established during the
of "
i, outlined the operation drunkenness In Los Angeles In 1943, and. for drunkenness and fighting breakfast, which they may or may
described former 9c reimbursement, tie growing plump on .Florida two-acre planting. He Isn't expecting trial that the gun with which Sll
and not choose to est.
s an authority In Berlin, Germany in the same year.
farms and better to $25 for It next killed had been stolen
combined with 3c from county necessitating more get a pound cox was
'r jh ideal way for a community Robinson had previously served part of a s ven-yesr sentence for The order In which they will pay
Ir units at funds and the use of all available pastures. year however. "We'll do well tc from J. R. Edgar of Waycross,
a modern housing manslaughter In Everglades, Fla., and was later paroled. He was cOnvicted the penalty has not yet been determined
to subrd Federal commodities has enabledthe Argentine Bahia Is described ai get $5 a pound for It because Ga. Edgar testified that the gun
rental cost being replace used. lunch rooms of this county tc a promising new grass, more vlg- heavier productlng," he predict. of shooting another negro man who followed him to his home was taken from his store In March

' Council units now took the matter provide a meal costing approximately after Robinson had won the victim's money on a "skin game"Legion As each man Is strapped Into 1949 by a man he Identified as

1, and told theIrs 30c for all pupils at a r the chair (pictured above) and McDonald.The .
advisement Re-elected
Cattlemen Hear Crosby
of only 15c. the wires connected to leg, wrists three negroes are also\ ""be
would contactat price To Perfect Overflow Crowds
that they
and head, the State's hooded exe
Federal Feeding Problems ChairmanOf lieved to have been connected with
the In
later date If "The 4c reduction
[ Interested some In going furth- funds at a time when the lunch Discussed School Board 'Tide of Toys'Campaign Enjoy Watch NightAt cutioner, whose. Identity Is secret, holdups staged In Holly Hill, St.
Friday will the switch to left of
pull ( Augustine and Ocala. A bullet,
the matter. rooms are facing rising food costs, Plans Baptist Church
> chair 2,300 volt
that aalk makes It extremely doubtful that Feeding problems currently facIng H. B. Crosby was reelectedchairman ) sending some .tI1llodged in McDonald's buttocks.
Wasdln requested through the body of the condemned Is believed to have been there
without Slgsbee Prince of Calnesvllln, Overflow crowds participated in put
able to
will be operate
be built along his propn they Florida cattlemen were discussed of the School Board at nian.
rheostat at center
the annual Watch service at during an attempted holdup in
in price, the Superintendent Fourth Night
Increase of the
District Commander
Clark and Pratt Streets.P an at a meeting of the ,Brad- the organization meeting held In the First Baptist Church last Sun. above chair regulates voltage. Columbus, Go, during which' Mrs.)

P> the Council that he was said. ford County Cattlemen's Assn. held the courthouse Monday. One new District, Department of Florida, day evening. Seating In the Sheriff P. D. Reddish said yes- E. W Jones, wife of a Columbus

us to fill in his property andJfy Lawson American Legion, will pay an official church take that 12 local will storekeeper, was killed. Mr. .Jones
and wouldto In the courthouse last Friday member, JL.A.. was seat. was Inadequate to terday persons
the grounds Rites WednesdayFor O., I visit to Jones-Langford- care of the estimated 650 persons witness the executions as official husband of the holdup victim sat
sidewalk put night. Principal speaker was ed at this time. He succeeds A
| have the Noah G. YoungNoah White Post 56 at its regular meet- who attended the traditional. ser witnesses required by state law. throughout the trial here and told
\ F. Goen, extension animal husbandman Canova, who was not a candidatefor
to held next
Ing be Tuesday nightat vice. Folding chairs were placedin It Is estimated that the triple Sheriff P. D. Reddish that McDonald
Wasdin also advised the O. Young, Jr.,'an employeof of the University of Florida reelection as board member the Legion Hall. Commander the aisles and standing room electrocution should require about was one of the negroes)

jil that he would pay his por- the State Farm since 1935, died Extension Division.Mr. from Residence District No.. I Prince will at that time addressthe was occupied In the church vesti 45 minutes. present at the scene of the crime.

f the expense Immediately Monday In the Alachua County Goen described the No. 1 (Starke.) Post on the current activitiesof bule. Sheriff Reddish declared that
jmpletlon of the :walk. The Hospital after a brief Illness. He the the Legion and will also present Evangelist John L. Bray McDonald had also signed a confession
problem facing cattlemen as It was moved by Mr. Lawson Nine Are Called
agreed to have the side- was a native of FargoCa. the Post with a membershipprize brought the Inspirational messagefor that he fired the gun that
[put. down aa soon as the He is survived by his widow, fact. that there are "too many and seconded by L, T. Johns that for being the third Post In the New Year while Rev. L. D. For InductionOn killed a storekeeper by the name

t > get to It. Mrs. Pearlie Young four sons .JIt. light weight, low quality and pool future sessions of the Board be the Fourth District to become 100 Ifslnes led group singing and Rev. llth of Tantllla during a holdup in

_, Brown advised the Coun- ... W. F., N. 0.. Jr., and Vemle beef type meat animals." opened with prayer and that local percent In 1051: memberships sold. Bob Gray played" the organ ac January Augusta Oa.

1 t the oil being put on Alton Young, all of .Jacksonville; his As a solution he urged that ministers be Invited to give the In. Following the presentation by companiment. Eight white men and one negro The three negroes apparently

!)a affecting the water in his mother, Mrs. Martha Young, D i. c.tUemfeed mineral supplements vocation. the District Commander, Post Commander Choirs from several other 'have been called for Induction Into had developed a plan of operation

ra 4 asked that this work be Pont Oa.; two sisters, Mrs. Nancy to all cattle, and plant more A. J. Thomas, Jr.. will churches joined in the service and the armed forces' on Thursday, whereby they would enter a store

_. The Council agreed to Register and Mrs. .Julia. Register, improved pasture and clover. He present Individual membership other featured musical combinations Jan. II, according to an announcement make some small purchase and

with Mr. Brown's request both of DuPont, and one brother, also recommended continued stresson Rites SaturdayFor prizes to the following Legionnaires were the Hampton Gospel- I yesterday by Mrs. Rhoda : proffer a bill of large denomina-

Uso advised him that In the W. F. Young of Fargo. I the use of better purebred Eddie Griffis : Billy Overstreet, John M. acres the Maxvllle Harmony Singers I Dampier, clerk of Local Board 18' tion In payment.. This bill would

hear future the city Is going Funeral services were held Wednesday beef-type bulls and close systematic Godwin, Seeber Goodman, Wallace tile Johnstown Singers, the I serving Bradford, Union. and Clay usually be so large that the storekeeper --

taU four-Inch water mains afternoon at 2 o'clock at culling of the cow herd to Improve Edward Lee (Eddie) Orifrla; Sr., Muhlhofer and Truman Klrjr. Girls Quartette, Edward Saxon, Counties. would have to go to his

u I Alton Road in order to give the graveside in South Prong both type and quality *>t 59, died Monday In a Tampa hospital Commander Thomas announcedthat baritone, Betty Williams, pianist The following have been called: safe, cash drawer or strong box In

BU In that area water and Cemetery near Sanderson with cattle.: following a long illness. the Post will formulate Its and many others. Cecil Evlns Tyler Valdosta Oa.; order to make change. In this

fire protection. Rev. Ellis McCormick officiating. Funeral services wll be held Saturday plan for the Big Tide of Toys- The advent of the New Year at Frank P. Miller, Alexandria, Va.;, way the holdup artists could easily

v Installation of sewer lines Arrangements were In charge of Registration Books afternoon at 2 o'clock l lit campaign at this meeting. He midnight/ was observed by two Lowell Langly Dukes, Lake Butler .. spot where he kept his money.
r n Pratt Street to Lacy Con- Wilson Funeral Home, Lake City. the Long Branch Baptist Church, stated that appeals have been minutes of silent prayer. ; James Lewis Wilkerson Law- Testimony at the trial brought out

r was approved and B. S.. For Brooker ? near' Maxvllle with Rev. J. S. made to the children of the United Coffee and cake were served tc tey; .J. E. Dekle, Jr., Ft. Myers; that they had "cased" several jobsIn

;was Instructed to order C of C DirectorsTo Are Now Open Strickland officiating. Intermentwill 8taUa-to take-one' new toy each all who came to participate In Charles Ernest Knight, Btarke; i Starke before staging the Sil

F pipe for the same.' -, be in the church cemetery from under their Christmas trees this Inspirational service. Benjamin Starling, Jr., Starke;: cox holdup, which apparently was

j>resentatlves of Florlda-Geor- Meet Friday Registration books for the Townof with Earl Grlffls, Dick Starling,, and send them to less fortunate Walter Preston Ramsey, Jr. Green more of a coincidence than a

actor Co., and Florida F guipCo. and members of the Brooker are now open for the Doyle< Grlffls, Macey Starling, children In a foreign land. These Trade Associations Cove Springs and Eugene Wilson: planned operation. In their confessions -

., wert present and peer Directors will registration of all qualified voters Otis Grlffls and Herbert Grlfflf toys should be turned over to the (colored) Starke. I II" obtained during the time
T bids on a new grading ma- Starke Chamber of Commerce This la the first registration since serving as pall bearers. American Legion Poet so that they Topic At RotaryJim they were held for safekeeping in
luncheon at noon todayIn "
the meet for Brooker was Incorporated In might be forwarded to the port of had of the the State Prison "flat top awaiting
After a discussion Grill with a business Besides his widow. Mrs Lottie Cooper charge Recent Births
Guidon had
the I trial they told how they
decided.not to open the session to folow at 1 p. m. In the March 1050. GruTIa of Tampa, the deceased li embarkation in Philadelphia.All program at the Rotary Club Wednesday to Starke that night to roba
d to advertise) for bids on office. The books win be open through survived by one son E. t., Jr.. of Legionnaires and veteransare and led a discussion of the 'GREGORY: HAWSON DAVIS 1ome
chamber station at Hampton
giving other people an op- : At this meeting plans will' be January 2, and all resident I Tampa, and four daughtersMrs. cordially invited to attend this Importance of membership In Mr. and Mrs. Horsnce Glbbs Davie small which filling they had previously

ilty to submit bids. The rep- discussed( for th. county's exhibitat who have lived within the town Effle Sweat Ruskin; Mrs. Edns meeting trade organizations which bring Jr.. announce the birth of a In
"eased. were delayed
Datives of the two companies, the State Fair In Tampa the last limits for the past six months and Stanaland and Mrs. J. A. DeLaney, members of each profession and son Gregory Rawson in Tallahassee ) to They the seen and found the
| advised that theywould bed of this month, and other matters are qualified voters under state both of Tampa, and Mrs. E. W Heilbronn Church business together on common Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, station closed, so returned to-
when blda would be re- the construction of laws are urged to register. 'thebook. Richardson. Morrison, eight broth. ground. Jan. 2. Before her marriage Mrs
Into the
pertaining In Starke will will be located at Plnhols- era, Rev. Willis Griffis, Glen st. Plans HomecomingThere I Membership such groups helpsIn Davis was Miss Marjorie Davis Starke and went
building to
a factory store on Tenth Street purchasesome
ter"s Store. Mary; Nathan and Raymond Griffts solving mutual prcMemsandiii daughter of Mr. and Mrs. RawsonJ. '
be considered. will be home coming: clgaretUs.Just
election will Raiford Brooks 8. Grlffls a fostering higher ethical standards Davis of Starke.GKANVILLK .
the first general :
.Willprganize Division of The
Merchant the
Bureau The meeting Sunday Jan 7, at the what happened Inside
U, to elect s I 'Jacksonville John Grlffls. Lawtey; and practices, the speaker
will meet In the courthouse be held February HI but
Chamber Heilbronn Baptist Church. Sunday K. LEWIS store was never established,
Friday tonight (Friday) at 8 o' mayor, town clerk, town marshal, Elisha Griffis. Starke; and Wes School at 10 o'clock.: Services said.Also Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Lewis n 0: It Is thought that the proprietor
%. council-) Grlffls MaxvUe six taking part on the program:
Gadson ;
meeting of the clock. All merchants and business and two councilman. and 11 by the Pastor Rev. S L. Wat Apopka, announce the birth of a refused to turn over his) money as
,.ganUation in Mardi I Mrs. .J. F. Starling Ma* were E. L. Matthews, representingthe
Iford Farm Bureau will I and professional men are urgedto men whose term. expire sisters. son. son. Granville\ Kirk Lewis III, In requested and on. of the negroes
County E Hazen Mrs. E. L. Wilkinson. Mrs Florida Press) Association '
tonlghl be present as the schedule of are R. F. Gano and R. : denny; the Orlando hospital on December shot him Sllcox ran from the
|>Id in the courthouse to be a csndl, R. C. Griffis, Mrs. Rebecca Rosier Dinner will be served on the Guy Andrews, the Florida Tax Assessors
8 o'clock. holidays for 1951 and other importanf Anyone wishing from different 30. The baby Is the great grandson store, mortally\ wounded, and died
at with
ay) Ale with the town I and Mrs. Easter Wilkinson, all of grounds, singing Association, and O. 8.
dent E. L Crawford anjs matters will be transacted date should conventions. Everyone It of Mrs. Lily Lewis, former In the middle of UJe highway separating -
that theirname..I and Mrs. Sarah Jane. GrifAs Newcomb, the State Bottler's Association.
in order Lawtey
Is called clerk

The meeting from hie home.
that officers for the new at this time. welcome. resident of Starke. the store
IwlU be elected .t that time,, by Chairman Robert Barksdale. be placed on Jw ballot. of Maxvllle. n. f' _.

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Jr., of St. Petersburg, were visitIng ing off rapidly.It know he is able to be heLll,
MAIL YOUR ANSWERS The Life And Times the. Ira' Merrill last weekend,
\ seems that the Leonard Col- we wish him a speedy ,
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED TO CONGRESSMAN BENNETT Of New River Folks'By The two were en route home froma I sons are getting cozily settled Fernie and Ella rec !J
hunt ==
,holiday duck In Georgia. now In their new home by the Moodygo ),
Thla questionnaire is published at the request of CongressmanCharles Jessie Lee Lazenbjr to Suwannee Orlglnatiilmery (
have (
E. L MATTHEWS. owNmioiTOWPublished Ferrite and Seeber Moody i Swisher House Trailer. We certainly rt
1879 E. Bennett, who requested that answers be mailed to him at e= their tobacco seed bed almo.tr.ady are glad to have them and Hill) Florida Satu'd1IJ!
Room 106 House Office Building Washington D C. Bill and Marie Banks are addinga to plant Ira Merritt and the Goodnows in our community.M. dish Joe Lazenby
wants :;:
to ; ;,
front to their home
Second Yes No Leslie Sapp have thelr's sown. U Johns, Jr., thinks he'll be Seems
Entered M
and United States: strange that
Every Friday Should the Seeber Moody went to ,work at Joe lap,
Office at Starke Fla.MEMBER American troops The Pledger Johns family visited back In Gainesville by Jan. 15 at want to
Class Matte at the Past 1. Abandon Korea, evacuating Camp Blanding Tuesday. go fishing, he CIW
;' ... .
his original opticians position.
Mrs. brother-in-law and
as possible? -- -- John's
and supplies as quickly Mn. J. P. Hammock and daughter little about the field or "
1951 2. Increase our military forces In Korea, fightto Betty visited the Bud Moodys: sister, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Craw Irvin Andrews of the U of F. strati

the finish there;only abandoning it when during the holidays. ford in High Springs Sunday. enjoyed the Christmas holiday .......,Crlnl
'Z.50DDua.lIl' 91JLO Fr r'u MonthHEADS a and if driven out? --- --- Pete and Jerry Eapp have moved Jackie and Betty returned home tractortng and cutting land. ;
Subscription 3. If we abandon Korea should we agree to to Palatka. Charley Johns la Monday after spending Sunday Lacy Johns still Improving. Safer Cough Rtri
recognize Red china and abandon Formosa In still working with Pete so he also night with Joyce Cole. e Mrs. Rhoda Dowling Is about

UP FOR 19311! return for cease fire in Korea T -..-- went to Palatka. Herbert and Audrey Bell Par the same. Her back still gives her Whan new dru abort old fop 111el
Most thinking persons will agree that the outlook for the 4. Send substantial military manpower to Mr. and Mrs. Dunbar have moved rlsh and two children have moved trouble and she has a cold, but r eaq, or COAtaIns cold don\ld7ea

new year of 195: U i anything but bright. Whether each one Europe? -- --. to Citra. back to Brooker. They have been can get around the house. fuL 1 proven Ingredient eyed So']
of will admit it or not, we are all In a state of nervous tension 8. Rearm Germany / -- Mr.. and Mrs. L. W. Goodnow staying with Mrs. Parrlah'i Vergle Hudson of Dallas, Tax, code to dJttorb nature's lIe*'
us awaiting a blow which may never fall. We are|sick men 6. Initiate use of germ and gas weapons? -...,.... -...--... have posted their new home and mother, Mrs, Fronie Moody for has returned home after visiting, got right to the teat of the n>i?
i farm (the Priest farm) as a bird the three months. aid ratal sooth and heal n. Nder. -
world at _
: tally and disillusioned by ever-lasting hope of a peace. 7. Atom bomb Russia now? -- sanctuary. The Audubon Societyhad her parents, Bernie and Evelyn inflamed bronchial meou-ho
-"peace on earth, good will towards: men." Within the lifetime 8. Cease Marshall Plan aid now? -- Mrs Truby Hodge and lon Del. Southerland. Guaranteed. ply yon or
....:...... .. .. an official bird count there last ..f1mda tier
of a middleaged person there have been two devastatingwars 0. Cease North Atlantic military aid now? - week. Mrs. Goodnow Is a mem- oran, spent the holidays with her Percy Osteen Is home after a many OeotnulsloabiL m
the world. All the hopes mobilization, taxes, controls including and daughter-in-law Odua and the led o' IIIiWon of till ,
and a third threatens to engulf 10. Increase { ber of the Audubon Society and I III son rather lengthy stay in the Veterans ( ,
and plans that we have are predicated with a big "if." Thou rent, wage and price control) ? ...--.- now president of the Garden Clubin Lily Brown in Starke. Hospital. Lake City with a CR EOMUISlf'i..l
sands: of our valiant men are at this time in a life-or-death 11. Eliminate for this emergency when not con- Jacksonville. She is deeply Interested The revival meeting is certainly heart condition. We are glad to I II < ; .1,
struggle and for them the war with Russia is on now I nected with defense: road building, flood In plants too. bringing large crowds to Cong:. I DB*
But if we take stock of the situation do we have to face control harbor develonment. soil conserva- Marcile Moody! of Archer was Bridge Christian Church. It seems
.. the future with forebodings? We have the productive capacity tion payments, etc.? __-.. __ __"'_ visiting; her grandparents, Mr. and good to see the house full once a- 1-1/11 lilLI/ ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing 1:]:
to turn out the weapons needed to ensure peace. We 1%. Eliminate farm prices support program? --- -. ........- Mrs. Obey' Moody last week. Established 1894 11I8Jur.

have young men who have proved beyond doubt that the American -!' 13. Increase old age assistance --- -.....-. Mrs Kate Sheppard and Mrs. gain.The R. J. Turners are still celebrating --rs.!
fighting man although he hates war, is a brave 14. Increase working hours without overtime Nona Priest were visiting In our their family reunion R. .

soldier.! We have the enduring faith in our country our people rates, establish 6-day week,in industry and community New Year's day. J. Jr., Wylene and baby were there' db
and God Almigthy, with which to face the enemy. government? -.-- -....-- Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Crews were for the New Year's day. jj )
Those who are "scared" of the future might do well to 15. Allow railroad unions to contract that all visiting the Dukes Monday. I' WHEN COLDS START.. .HER 'S ANh'| j
Since the cold killed all the ,..._ _
... .
read American history. Our nation has had its trial and< employees must Join unions? -. --- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wigginswere
the cattleare the ,
grass surely on Nr'Cold's :
ordeals by sword and fire and has always, by the grace of In Gainesville Tuesday.Mrs. down hill !
God. come out victorious. It has been only a few years since Signed -.. __ Address...... ..-.-_-.- --.....-.... Rhoda Dowling had her I to be constantly drag. fed They're now. having Floyd .JPS,

Hitler, Mussolini and Tojo were vanquished, even though son and daughter-in-law, Joe and I Wiggins \begins before sun up feed. distresses
years of preparation went into the effort, and a sneak attack Corrie Dowling, for the New Year Ing and hauling feed here and are stoppedin iA
presaged the start. From that time go back into history and holidays Also her granddaughter there. By night he has been a-
you will! find many times when the life of this country some- fL'Cv and grandson, Vivian and Tommy round. He went up to Georgia to many cases

times held by a thread-but did not break. Holden. Corrie and Vivian several different places and bougbt the first day. {i'(.1
What we must all do is plain to all. We must arm ai visited R. J. Turners and Roy. V. several tons of hay shuciks and _' ,J
quickly as possible. We must sacrifice our personal aims and a Turner of tSarke. anything to fill the hungry cattle. ,
desires. We must co-operate and work together. If we do Benny Merrltt and< son, Benny Everyone's cattle seem to be fall-

these things, and put our trust in the Lord, then we can face Lure gorses AlolnePONCANEBRr I .Mi-.
the coming year with quiet confidence. ==== -- --

DECISIVE" BATTLE STILL AHEAD Wherein the busy happy day drop of water, put the lid on tight
The UN's Tenth >rps'wilveto fibht again-and like- fly swiftly... I enjoy the holly and set aside and the leaves will
ly quite soon from Florida and the many Chrlrtt soon send out roots. Try tying
The 100,000 men of the corps were pulled from a perilous man. rartla. your apron strings In a bow before I LOVETT-S
trap far in northeast Korea from under the very noses of a putting your apron in the
tremendous Chinese Communist army. And now they are Now I lay me down to sleep washing machine. They will not
back where the UN counter-offensive began last Summer on While the snow la white and deep. get tangled In tbe other clothes.I .
the southern tip of Korea at Pusan. The roof above so shining may, had several cards from Starke, '

The evacuation of Hungnam will stand as a great feat Take the runners of the sleigh. the Charley Johns family, Mrs STARKE FLORIDA Prices Good Though Sat. leuM
of UN arms! Despite being outnumbered by the Red hordes : And May be tomorrow'six be here soon till White and Olive Ray the Nettles, Jan. 6th. ItM;
that suddenly entered the war from Manchuria, the UN months long noon end Mrs. Minnie Quigley sent mea ,
And be *ix months more till night, In hers which I shall en
poem put
calmly embarked 105.000 troops 100,000 civilians, 17,500 ve- 'All with
hides and 350,000 tons of supplies from the rubbled port. Joy alight. in at the close.
And children far
This immense taken aboard while away Try this UNCOOKED FUDGEfor Plastic Table 99iI
army was a curtain Have nice home like mine and< the New Year: Lamps Only
of steel from massed warships, artillary and planes held stay 1 .
the Communists at bay. Despite the great strength of the egg -
Safe at night and no one know 2 tablespoon cream I '}i1 I
Red army surrounding the beachhead, the invaders were unable Fear or hunger as they go. 2 K
cups powdered
to interfere with the evacuation.This May the Chinese gentlemenPlow '/. lb. bitter chocolate .. KIM .EVAPORATED
was a situation made to order for the American and their lands for spflng again 1 tablespoon butter .
UN forces with their overwhelming superiority in fire power And small Russian! boys like me 1 tablespoon vanilla
The Chinese and North Koreans were forced to concentrate Sing of PEACE beside their tree. Beat egg until light and foamy: !
their manpower: _in a limited area where the steel of the UN -Charles Malam add cream and powdered sugar SNOWDRIF1:
guns could rip the enemy attacks to pieces before they could The above poem is a "SmallBoy's slowly. Melt chocolate and butter MILK ,
Prayer.' It fits into all of and add to first mixture. Add Vanilla .
start.It is obvious that, in spite of a wave of feeling that the our hearts this wonderful Christmas .I and beat until very firm;
U. S. should give up Korea as1' a bad job the decision has Here the sun Is shining press into buttered pans. Cut In fj.
now been made to fight to the bitter end there. Instead of bright and warm. The snow i la squares. Add nut meats if you :

pulling the evacuated, army back to Japan, UN commandershave melting fast. The weather man wish. TALL .
placed the divisions ashore again fat Pusan.So said no more anoW and warm. :J I do hope each and every one of 89:00
for my part like snow and for the 3 19c Lb. Can
you have a happy and
once again a test 6f strength is shaping up over" wind to blow. Let It be winter.I prosperous CANS L3
South Korean ground that already in a brief six.months has t feel comfortable and happy. No New Year. I will be thinking ot .
and who reads this
.seen heartbreak and glorious victory for the UN forces. One matter how cold or deep the snow, I I send my everyone best wishes and I dc I
great army bars the way of the Reds at the 38th Parallel I! get out (in it at least once or wish you good luck and happiness __
where Communist probing attacks already indicate an of- twice a day. I enjoyed my box throughout 1951. wp|
fensive may be coming. Now to the rear the Tenth Corps from Florida and Daisy Lang witha I am thinking of you today because NO. 2 CAN NO. 2 -t 9t '
reforms to take its place in the line of battle. sack of pecans and the beautiful it is Christmas and I wish rid

When the Reds struck south from the parallel at the be- holly._u I also.._ had, a nice gift from you JOY. ;kV&AB 142C OrangcJUjC; re,
ginning of the war, it was easy. They were opposed by a few mra. wm Mahler I opened it And tomorow; because it Is the PineappleDnea ans c
poorly equipped South Koreans. Soon there were a fewfartoo and what a beautiful crochet chair day after Christmas I shall wish
few-Americans in the line. But not enough to stem the set! And another from my good you Joy. -
Reds-until they reached Pusan. pal on the ranch In Wyoming. So Mayhap I cannot tell you aboutIt
This' time the story will be different for both sides. The many nice Christmas card One from day to day, for wou may be CN KING COLE 6HLima /> 46 OZ.

Reds, when they swarm south from the parallel, will face a from Edith and Chalen HSrdesty, far away, 23CSUPERBRAND i 2 c' CAN 21f
I Used to work with CANS
in In.
battle-experienced, well-equipped UN army. But this army, diana Or we may be entangled with Beans l
about 20
"at the'same time isn't facing only North Korean Communists. years ago. My sin- the things of life. But it makes
ter ,
Capitals and her husband
Now the have with were no differenceMy -
aggressors them the tremendous forces of In Miami
Communist China. my brother Charles thoughts and my wish mill
and family for OhrUtmaa. Had LARGE SIZE V
a be with .
The decisive battle' for Korea, which appeared to .have package> from baby sister you.Whatever -
been fought several times in the past, is: still ahead.Jacksonville. Edith: and husband my, who. are In of Joy or successcornea J-t
to I shall be
-*" Journal Indiana. Thin morning I washed Clear through you the year glad.without OLEO TtJNA 24C VEL] jr

kitchen.the curtains In the bathroom and >re tense, .
I love things nice and
I wish you the spirit of Christ.
ALVAREZ TRANSFER hining. On the table in front of mas.
B. & SON COD -
STORAGE me Is a pot with a lovely polnsot- So goodbye now and may the
tla with three blossoms. It U a New Year be as happy and fruit- 80 COUNT
...... "' "I ft. My cousin In Colorado C
r'---a ful for all of the
as past
{Ye local you year
operate 25 1

ss::: Ii js R, .wru.. CSat. t anywhere& I long In distance.U. s. veteran It lie; was waa and my about a mother's 32 degree my 'sisters'age Mason., a boy.war I has God been.bless! you all LOVE-LURA 'LB. NAPKINS lO Box 2 for 49

1 .MOVING nee visited them in Pueblo and
+ -' ,
StI EXCELLENT had such
a grand time. This week
hall beet one long holiday. I Just To RdittvD
ri L" STOKAGKFACILITIES do what needs to be done, and goto blrxry of t

Mn ,: Whoopee the postofttce I for the mall fJlrl D! VECEMFfESJ

CLAY HILL-Cards from so CL666 ,
Agents For j many, but one I especially enjoyed, r
was from my dear girl Joy Wilkinson
DELCIIERDROS. See us first! .'"
who U now Mrs Ed Harris. YELLOW
Also 'a lovely card from Bessie I.y CUT STARKE t
Strickland who write the Long \ ..III poiK SLB.19f'
news. I am so glad too e CHOPS FRYERS
about their mission church In their
lonie and how much they do. We
always had good Christmas timesat -

Clay Hill. A big tree and usually -' lb. 45c lb. 49c FANCY :
l had It at night and the schoolhouse -
HUNDREDSof was crowded. I can recall CARROTS 2 Bunches 19' r
so many boys .who were there on
details are managed and economically those occasions who are now in MEATY NECK BONES lli 15 tj
service. Floyd Johns Marklee i C -
attended trained
only a Johns, L. C. Johns Willie Padgett, SWEET

and careful organization can attend Leon Perhaps Carter others and I Hulon cannot Herndon at this N All Meat Skinless WEINERS lb. 45c: 5 LB. 39'All '

when the urgent need for servingis moment know about. Cod bless POTATOES
them all wherever they are. They
at hand.DcWITT. tell me Sammy David Is In Korea.
Ha is the grandson of the late Mr.
C. JONESPhone Brlnson of Hugh, and when I via- FROZEN FOODS
ited there I used to enjoy Sammy
7 Starke, Fla. so much. blulyi Auboli2Lo1ieLuaraucc! ] SMOKED BACON lb. 49c REDY

Funeral Director Ambulance Service used bananas In a from cake or turning pie dip dark them when In SHRIMP69pkg. BRCCCOLLI

Our local funeral home enable. n* to otter conveniences andservices lemon or pineapple Juice. If you Charley E. John Pure Pork SAUSAGE lb.39c 1
not otherwise available use a gunny sack to wipe your

I of feet the on Back, cut a Slip card It board Into the the each six Phone 13 Agency- STARKH. FLA. LGE. FRESH SHRIMP 2 Pkg. 49'''
We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices and and the sack will hold Its shape ; 59c "

accept AJ> r life Insurance policy In mice is .ed by ANY and dirt will fall through to the 1.5a: :: .

company u payment In part or la full on a funeral. cardboard To start African violets ... .... GRADE "A"
Consaltatlen carries no obligation. or gloxinias, I am told, put a LARGE EGGS
leaf ltentJn THe TRAVELERS.: Hartfortf DozenL. 691iI
}s or two In a pint Jar, add a I (,-- .

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ed Mr.their and Mis.son-in-law J. R. Crews and daughter, and at., ,< .: :: .':. '. .: "':. ....:::. '_.' .' :.'.. .' ,. '..::. :::. .' ,. w'';" : : :.: :::,: ,j t. "::, ;..' ... ':.' ..'.:. '. '.'.. ; .. ". ;',::: .::..'. :. :'"-..' '::4'1:.' ..: ''' '_:. .:.::.: :_.: 'J i

GENEVA tended services at the Beaver \

: Cunningham Street Baptist church Sunday .
BggjHanche Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Miller of tI
_ ,
Jacksonville visited her mother,
actor n the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lottie Edwards. Saturday I
:;r.t; : Mtln during the hollr. enroute to Dragerton, Utah, where
.M1letb and Mra- T. John-
thfv/: spent Christmas holidayswith
Saxnf;;Battln, Henry Austin, Jr., his mother, Mrs. Clarcle haveYOU r
abkaQ4vil1e\ ; Mrs. Grace Norris, Johnston. : .

.Clroeas end '.Mr. Will LindseydbFrank'of I Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Mott of Ral
Lake City. I ford Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmonsof .
r1'and'Mrs.'. ; J. S. Austin and I
Montloch, and Marshall Mottof
,fRkkce Norris were Green Cove!I ,; ; ":.
Starke, visited Mr. and Mrs. N. L3k
"*.callers Wednesday. "
ntf, C. Mott Sunday.

<'.s.' _:pent F..to. Easterly Thursday of with Jackson-her I Q. C. Barry of Archer spent last I b' ,. '\

h r.'Ma. B. Cunningham.I I week with his brother and sister- : : :: I ) t.,1. t.\( :

rs.P,;.J1m1u Hayes and childrenigdtyjIIII II in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry. .. ':.
Mrs. DeWitt and ''
Padgett daughter '
; have returned home ". Ir
\ Susie, Infant ... ,
'iIIpldlnj' a few days with and daughter, returned ;
.i i parents, Mr. and Mrs.I home last week, after a few !
er. days visit with her sister, Mrs. >
Mary Padgett, of High Springs.Mr. .
.10M! ,,,l attending the llleasured .
and Mrs. Charles Rabbit of
ri' >*| dlng Saturday sargent.j
PtMUt''Baptist Church, Jacksonville visited her mother,
from; here were, Mr. and, Mrs. H .H. Howard last weekend.
;' '..kM.,\ Finley and daughter,I Mrs. Eugene Ellis and children
Snd'-Mra., Leonard Hamm and, of Worthington Springs visited her
jht< %'::Mrs. Raymond, Mann,I sister, Mrs. Lottie Edwards Saturday -
.J'E.'JCI:7' Dykes and daughter, .
vWaM.: Gentry and daughter,I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott and for "
,aJ>," .rs. Delma Gllason and baby son visited her mother, Mrs. your :

i. (;'Blmtche Cunningham. Brook Perryman, of Gainesville
Ir.:,)and' Mrs. Bishop Myrlck last weekend.Mr. _
baby daughter of Gainesville and Mrs. E. C. Lewis moved '
Mrs'' .R. Myrlik' and daughter, back to their farm near Starke >
Pine(Level spent Nrw Tears Wednesday. We are sorry to lose "
t Mrsef"Ae: < Myrick. them here. barrel ? :
\ Baldree were
r'f Mra- R. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and .
ve their son Dyal home .. ,:
Mrs. R. C. Carlton were In Gainesville ,
days recently. Dyal, and Starke on business Fri- r "

"it the Fort Army Jackson, Is stationed, S. C.ROORER .at day.Little .- __
1 Lamar Simmons of Mon- __
n"* ; tloch spent last week with his 'r'. ,\:..;, 11'.. _____
grandmother, Mrs, N. C. Mott. ... .' ".;;. J r I,1':'' __
, Quite a bit of work has been ,'. -( ;; ." .
done to the Baptist Pastorlum.Two .
?'fly |vs> Mae Lewis_ new rooms has been added "\ ..
...., ,
and all the Inside wall has been r .; .
:rr A.;,;C. Long of Ralford and painted. Rev. and Mrs. Earl Wil- ; ,::,,'" ..'.::' .. : _
.'Betty Edwards of Starke vls- lis and children of Alachua moved _
:Mrs' .G. B. Colson Friday aft Into It last week. Rev Willis Is not a very .
,oop. pastor of our Baptist church.
: aM Mrs. O. W. Davie andpant I I Mr and Mrs. Daniel Odom'of

Christmas holiday Jacksonville Is spending a few days ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. with her mother, Mrs. LolUe Ward > :. ,. happy thought

Dundee. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Hazen of .///iI./. .: W' .
[&i sttd Mrs. Henry B. StokeeMlirque Jacksonville visited their parents, "

Texas, visited withncJjnd Mr., and Mrs D. L. Ward, of Lake ? 1tf: ; .' as we enter
/ relatives here recently. Butler, and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. J!. ,,1 of
r l.?t. .d Mrs. Marvin of Edgar Hazen, last weekend.
ted lathes last weekend. Mrs. Wilson Lewis of Miami .Is "fl;
fry II. Mrs. Edd Polk and chits visiting relatives here this week. the new year
with' Mr. ,
nt Christmas Miss Mary Frances Hazen attended *
,cI .
Frank Polk and Mr, and a New Year's Eve Watch ,
w'' .D. Polk of Trenton. Party at the home of Kasper Dun. .-I ': ;
is it?
1 d Mrs. Reecy Holden of can. It was enjoyed, very much, :
n visited Mr. and Mrs. I* by everyone.Mr. ." ., ,
I "
ter through.Christmas.nd and Mrs. James W. Thomas ,, ,:' :. i.If'i ." :j' C "'4 j ...., ,1 .

rll\! nd Gerald Roberts and son, Gwynn enjoyed the after- ..' I ,.": ;'" ;. ,. .... ,, ;...2"1'; .
1 Stokes visited Mr. and noon with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence :. /
.' ,;"I '
.! 't
i J.t d Polk last Sunday after- Roberts, of-Dukes Sunday. .:'. "" -' X' '
Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosbyand '.. ..... >. ,1"(. J -j---
ty't I, nd Mrs. Charles Rabbit of eon, W. C., of the Penney ':,. '. '.' i" '

I vllle and Mrs. H. H. How- Farms/ were supper guests of Mr. \ '. ',' Zi I \ "j"':' '" ," '
Ziff Section attended ser- and Mrs. James W. Thomas Tues- : f'''': '. \ ., .""" ',' -
eld here at the Baptist day evening. ;
Sunday morning. Mrs. Earl Green and daughters 't' '< :: .
Hamilton and Ernest Shirley and Linda Gayle, were In ;: r '
; ,
i left Tuesday for Sang Gainesville shopping Friday. but let's.' .. _
:allf., to serve In the U. S. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plummer and .101.. .
We will miss -them very two daughters, of Eau Gallle spent : '" l' ;', -' ,. -" .
.)hremd\{ hope that 'they will re- the Christmas holidays with her I .... '. : ... "." .d!.......' ,, .... .'" .... ., '
:;Moon.f mother, Mrs. John Cone and sister, ." .,1. :
< ;,.Junior; Rogers of MCDiiamps Mrs. Leslie Green. face the' facts .,. ., .'1:. /:#': IJiJ .'::'> I :, .o' )

1dr.i '' is spending this Mr. and Mrs. George Adams and .. .,,1\,':' .
'k with his father, Vernon son and Arthur Kelley of Milton, ..jh ', ;'f;' .._
' with ....... -'.
Christmas holidays
'er. spent the ; : :
V.i"and' Mr!. Jeff Lewis, Mr.f her mother, Mrs. John Cone, and ; '" ;', ", \ ,
Bobble Lewis and chil- her sister Mrs. Leslie Green. ,
Mrs. Grover Moore and Mr. and Mrs. George Adams and ,

visited their sister, son, Arthur Kelley, of Milton .
r O. Mott, and family Sun- spent the Christmas holidays with
: their'' parents, Mr and Mrs. C. S.
Mrs. O. W. Barry vlaltWE1DjNG -; Kelley. ...
Mrs. C. S. Kelley and son, Arthur .
Mrs. Lloyd Dyal and two children .. .
visited relatives In Wlldwood

Friday. Starke is definitely BUT DEFINITELY ball and back our words with action in the fellow across this street. Not that guy in the
Mr. and Mrs. Buddie Russ and over the days of the Camp Blanding boom. very near future. next block-but Y-O-U. It's too big a job
children visited Mr and Mrs. J. To sit back and wait for another such wind for ten, or fifteen, or twenty. It simply can-
} B. Ruse of Apopka during the fall, which may or may not follow in the de- not be dune without YOUR cooperation.

Christmas holidays.Mr. velopment of World War III, would be foolhardiness There are, at least 200 business and profes-
Mrs. Ned Hicks and
baby son, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford personified. The future of Starke Perhaps, you say the man In the barrel idea sional men in Starke who stand to benefit
Hicks and children, and Pete Hicks must not be allowed to depend on the vagar- is exaggerating things just a little, and we materially from the establishment of a fac-
visited relatives of Alabama during ies of warring nations. Our lovely little cityis admit it is. We didn't see anybody going a- tory here. If each one purchased an average

I the people of Starke ,Christmas holidays. deserving of a more substantial economy round in a barrel in Starke even in the darkest of two shares in the corporation, represent
I Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano visited than that. And here's the answer. days of the Hoover depression. We don't ing an investment of $200 it would assure

11 14 vicinity sue of the most I their son and daughter-in-law Mr. think it will ever happen here, actually. We success for the enterprise.

. and finest equipped and Mrs. M. M. Gano, of Gainesville will always be able to eke out some kind of
Sunday.Mr. meagre existence even if we neversee a
,Mu Coffer shops anywhere. and Mrs. M. L. Tilghman At long l last we have an opportunity to obtaina factory payroll. Hut In recent years we have
11 Work GuaranteedITH'S and children, Barbara Ann and factory payroll. something that has been become accustomed! to a little better standardof
her Mr.
Mrs.Lee, visited S. M. Mott parents Monday. needed since the founding of the town more living than that, and to enter a period of Is that too much to ask? We think not.

GARAGED Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Connely of than a hundred years ago. But something retrogression now would be a bitter pill to Even If some few had to borrow the $200 and

MACHINE SHOP Ocala visited Miss Mary Mott Sunday that has always, somehow eluded our grasp. swallow, indeed. pay interest on it, they would more than geL
,V Once again, unless we act quickly and posi- their back
money plus interest In the long
CBtpto Ave. Starka Miss Iva Mae Lewis and Mrs. tively, opportunity will go glimmering off .
run in the form of increased business
O. W. Davis were In Gainesvilleon to some town where an alert citizenry has comingby

business Tuesday. been aroused to what a factory payroll pour- But where Is our continued prosperity! coming virtue of the factory payroll.

...___H __. ing some $3,000 weekly into the channels of from Our lilanding nest egg, on which we .
trade can mean to a community. Towns have coasted for almost a decade is steadily
have lost factories before by offering too lit- diminishing, as well it might be expected to
liCE SIJPPI.IE'e tle and too late, and it can happen again. It do'after that length of time. This has all .'

happened to one West Florida town much to the earmarks of a tough season for farmers Please give this matter your most serious
a the delight of thriving Panama City who recovered -
what with weather conditions' havoc
for industrial playing consideration within the next few days, for
the fumble ran an
Carbon Paper touchdown, with winter crops and even dampening the the time to decide is now. Building materIals -
outlook for the spring strawberry deal. It
are going up almost daily and gover-
will be many years before Starke can build
j Pencil up its tourist business to the point where It mental restrictions might stop such construc-

is a really significant factor in our economy. tion altogether unless started in the very

Inks It is no secret that many another eager Flora Where then can we turn for supplementaryincome near future. Take an inventory of your ability -

ida town is bidding for the very factory that except to industry? to help with this project so that when you
Desk Pens Starke has hopes of getting. One of these called
are upon you can give your answer de-
not 60 miles from here has written the man-
finitely and without delay We feel that thisis
Papers ufacturer that "whatever any other town
Desk Calendar Stand does for you we'll match it and do a little bet- a small thing to ask when such a big thingis

?y o Ribbons ter", or words to that effect. They WANTit. Now is the time to make the decision and the at stake. From past experience, we believe
f r 50c up They'll GET IT, too, unless we get on the one to make the decision is YOU. Not the '. you'll da it.

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FOUR' : Men !'New River WMUThere I 1951.Lids received at which will time b, ,j I -..
Slumber I Methodist ened and read t M
Mr. And Mrs. Robert V. Turnery Party of the Chan oC on., Motor aloud O.. ,
EventThe will be a meeting I I
Home Plan Supper cations as follows!
_........ ,..., _,,_ At Tenly I Executive Committee of the Bap- Weight less tailfi| I ,
1 For Baptist GirlsThe Starke :Methodist Men's Fellowship tilt W M, U., New River Association 8160 Length pounds'not gene\I with tlinChen. <:' '

1 1 : of the Baptl.tYoung supper will be held at the I at Brooker'Church Jan. 12 Bade. pressure with..,,n, t tI.
educational building -
Methodist U
at 2 o'clock All W. M. presidents leva than 4600 pound'l'
Peoplcs Union were give: Monday evening January 8, at I peoples leaders (Hydraulic or m". Hit,
: and young merhanlvm.Motor .
a New Year's Slumber party at : 8:30: p. m., it was announced this I and chairmen of the Association 4 cylinder, KI''' ,
r the home of 11(. and Mrs. E. P. week by J. R. Wainwright, president attend. I not I lane. than It H..'.
are urged to The said I'I Ity
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OfficePhone Tenly. This party was planned by of the Methodist Men's Fel II to accept or reject any 1'1

29 the leaders Mr. and Mrs Georg lowship. la Circuit Court, Ilrndfurd c..uOC.1 I City By\ 1rlBtJ 'i:hJ

-- ..... t 6 yri T Jones, as a reward for faithful All of the men of the church and I Hoyt t>'l."rl I members. friends are cordially invited to at SUvlmnn. Dual. Defen Case. let 1

College Students Lovely Reception *i The Young people went to tbe. tend. The committee in charge of of rubll.-mlon.. mid. Not.No. .8200Orilrr to In! Circuit In ((..'.hmicrrr.Vlralnla .orc. ItrndfureItFlorldal ,:
r Tenly home after the Watch Service Is follows: L, D. SI'AIW OP" KMMIIItA, Appear
At At Howe Home the supper as uffey, plaintiff. (1,1
Guests whose
Honor Deal
at the First Baptist Church Vtning T. H. Slade G. L. Cox. Mary Htoelmiin Yadklnvllle North Carolina J liuffenefendant.. L nWrilrr 'j;:
: !Rout 3, mt PuhlU-ntlun.. ninl.
refreshments served >
Methodist SupperCollege For Newlyweds :where were : Appear ." r.\rw uv r'II""aJame. e
Short) You are required to appear on .. J. ,
and games were played. ;;) above Uuffey who )11
IIC'hoolI18nlors Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Howe led the Canasta ClubThe February 5th wherein ant address III: Jam. iA01. i
high <
student after 3 a. m., Mrs. Tenly named Court and cause Faa lion 118. < o F,1!<
and their parents were ST., entertained at their attractive group in a wonderful devotional Plaintiff: Telegraph i eka divorce.shall publlnh. Bradford this Office, Ban FranclBii,*, r., ed
_ honored at a special supper given home on Cypress Street at a lovely on the New Year what it mean: Tuesday night! Canasta Club I Order In next four weekly IBBUBB.Wltnred i February You are(th required, 1961. :In lo ?th,,': "
W. S. C. B. last Friday night honoring for entertained this week 3y Mrs., l my. hand and official seal *rt Court and .
+ by the Starke Methodist reception I to us and holds in tne future was I at Stark., Florida, this January I I Want seeks .xu.*cove
on Sunday evening, December 31, their son and his bride Mr. I us, and our resolutions. After the W. H. Nollman at her home on 8ri1'!,, IH5t.OFFICIAL. plaintiff minor child .and support, ,
In the Starke Methodist education and Mrs Raymond Howe Jr.. who I devotional more games were play Madison Street. Two tables were ( As SEAM A. said J.l Thomas Court, I( minor child shall Bradford th cgraph : .:I

al building. were married recently In Detroit, ed and more refreshmenta wen In play and Mrs. Maude Fields won By Havenr try.obe 116 U Clerk; 1120| next four weekly publish ImuiAVItneHn y od,"

Mrs. Tltua Olson, president of Mich. +l served.At high honors and was presentedwith I at Starke. ,my Florida hand I and, 1?, ;I I3rd !II
welcomed the honored The Howe home was artistically I .M vtr a set of attractive ash trays CALL FOIL PIOII I ', IDGl vi
W. S.C. S., let
the People
; I 7 the Young they
and white polnset. a. m. A buffet Sealed bdla wllr received by (OFFICIAL
concerning decorated in red by the hostess. supper Clerk of .1IP.
I guests and spoke f qsk the Tenly home and went to thi City Council of the City ot Staika. An :I I
i the Interest of the W. S. C. tins native greenery and silver + of the Baptist was served at the conclusion. of Florida'! at the City Hall In Starfce.) Tty Haven' Crosby D.1 1 i"
I recreation room Florida' until T o'clock P M. onTuesday T. Frank I.nncJrum, Starts 1'/1/
; S. in the college students and high leaves. covered' church where breakfast was Bert the games. the 21 day :ot: January; : A.D. I Attys. for Pit ?;
school seniors. Mrs. J. M Hem The dining table was 'r ed. Breakfast was cooked and
bree la the local secretary of Student with en Imported lace cloth centered PrIest. Mr .
! with a bowl of red and white''' served by Mrs. Clyde
t Work. This arrangementwas E. D. Tenly and Marlon Payne
\ After a period of group singing poinsettias. hold- The menu included: Sausage+ ? -
silver candle cWegOMToiiil

!' led Dcmorest by Billy the Smith students and MIA told Ona of era one with end flanked of burning the by table red was tapers.a beautiful On grits orange eggs Juice hot and rolls coffee.The butter. jelly) I Shop at A&PJVhere!! c

their school plans for the future. large cake decorated :with rose- Iti; erg breakfast program include
I' The Rev. Thomas a. Mitchell closed buds on white frosting and bearingthe the singing of familiar and favorIte .
the supper with a prayer of n + Food Bill
word "Congratulations. s hymns a talk on the New Yea: !
cont+ecratlon. their guests Mrs. Miss .10<
To receive ff and The Young People by
:1 Howe Sr., wore an attractive I 'n Ann Silcox and Mrs. Earl Norman p E -
: Mrs. L. F. Chapman black satin and net gown while The program was high lighted by: -

Hostess To U.D.C. Mrs. Howe, Jr.. was lovely in a our pastor Rev. Lewis D. Haines, s Rattier
gold colored gown worn with black and his talk on "Challenges to<

i" Mrs. L. F. Chapman was a accessories. the Young People toward better
charming hostess. Wednesday afternoon Assisting the hosts In serving refreshments Group Cooperation in the NerYear. %

when she entertained were :Mrs. Jessie Young He, being a favorite sing (

I members of the W T. Weeks Chapter and Mrs. Lena Schlotthauser. er of the young people sang ''TheOld : ; JiisTjf Few'Specials'
J UDC at her home at the About 100 guests from Starke Account Was Settled Long, on
State Farm. and Gainesville called during the Ago" which la well liked by the

Arrangements of holly and evening. group.' Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lawsoi'
attended the breakfast as hono:

other vantage native points greenery throughout were placedat the Mrs. J. H. Fields guests. Mr. Lawson is the Train !"

lower floor of the hostess' spacious Hostess To WSCS ing Union director.
home. .(c.. The party and breakfast was s
Methodist success and was enjoyed by',] -
During the business meeting,, Circl One of the great
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which was presided over by the WSCS Mrs. Bertha Pearce lead all attending. Those attending;
president, Mrs. J. W. Klncald the er met Tuesday afternoon at 3 were: Misses Helen Haines Julia Prices shown here guaranteed

membership voted to have a sliver o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. H.Field. Lawson Jo Ann Sllcox Idell Lan. Thur.t n.4, through Wed.,l n.10

tea on February 22. It was .. Seasonal flowers and potted drum Joan Stevenson Alice Lawson e ....,hlr..slirl,
1 also announced that a chairman of plants were used In decoratingfor ,I M ,. AfYr17d.n. Joan Tenly Patsy Benton and / + ;
patriotism will\ be appointed to this meeting. Van Priest Ronald Andrews "
cooperate with the Red Cross and Mrs I. P. Shepherd gave the Jerry Lawson Chales Lawson, 1 1"P "
from Earl Norman Carl Roberta Jr.. ; rare igllt 1 MEATS
: other work organizations doing relief/ devotional"The Methodist using Woman.extracts" Mrs. W. ..........- ._. "'- --'*' ..:__... .....;?"_.--- --.. Harold Davis, Ruben Pope and \ :

I Mrs. Ik Q. Powell historian delighted O. Halle and Mrs J. H. Rltch gave Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Turner whose marriagewas Henry Moore.Rotarians. n Customers' Corner''e \ '
articles from the "World Outlook" an event of Sunday, Dec. 24, in the. Starke Woman's Club. The -
her' listeners with a read- ,
I s ing, "I once> Knew A Slave. during the program period. bride is a graduate of BHS in the class of '49. Mr. Turner !Is stationed I Plan : As you know A&P hast Sunnyfield Bacon, Ib. 57

I Taken from the UDC magazine it Circle Two Mrs. Mae Green at Camp PIckett Va. as a.recruit. Box Supper EventAn \led the way in seeing thai,,...
of some of the leader, met at the home of Mrs. UN SLICED
told of the origin
I early superstitions and folk lore H. C. Ritch with. Mrs. J. B. Cottrellas Mrs. Noll man Training Class old-fashioned box supper will 1 hailhepricemarkedonlt.l!j Smoked Bacon, lb. 51

of slavery days. cohostess.Mrs. be enjoyed by members of the, t ;It f Do you look for thete
the devotional '
Following the meeting Mrs, A. Wood gave the Hostess At LuncheonFor For Methodist Starke Rotary Club and their Ro- price marking and com' OCAI.lolEYEH.

Chapman served, a delicious salad while were taking Misses part Kate on Struth Recent Bride. Church School Staff tary Anna on Friday evening Jan l pare them with the price Bacon Squares, lb. 35
course carrying out the chapter : 19, at the American Legion Hall. lilted on your cash reglt-

colors of red and white. and Mrs.Amy J. Coburn R. Wainwright and Mrs Mrs. W. H. Nollman entertainedat Dr. R. Ira Barnett, Lakeland, President Bill Graham announces -I ter receipt? I Ik 1 HERMANS

Fourteen members were present E. L. Matthews entertained Circle a delightful luncheon last Saturday former Executive Secretary C"nferenceBoard of the that a program of fun and! \ 1 k /7 lC1e ever Jail to price. Head Cheese, lb. 44

I to enjoy the afternoon with, the Three at the home of the latter. honoring Mrs Raymond Florida Methodist frolic will be enjoyed :with the mark an item, or make a
will conduct
Jr., who was a holiday of Education the
Howe climax of the evening being
hoctess. had charge FOREMOST: CREAMED
Mrs. J. M. Hembree \mistake In the price
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond a Training Class "Ways of 'rach/ auctioning off of the boxes of food.
of the program and conducted" the Howe Sr. Ing." for.the workers and teacheri t i charged, the men and, I Cottage Cheese. 12 oz. 26

Circle Meets With Bible study on "Numbers., The luncheon table was covered In the Church School of the First ,...' ".. -: j I women in your A&P leant -
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Mrs. Barefoot with a Venetian lace cloth and Methodist Church of Starke January i to know about it. Azalea Franks, lb. SIc

Vinings Are Hosts had for a centerpiece an exquisite 711. The first session of the PHONE 218 \, 'r! And if you can suggest -w----- ... r- "
A The Ida Darby Circle met in the At Buffet Supper piece of Dresden china On each class will be held at 3 p. m. Sunday > any way in which we can rI

home of Mrs. P M. Barefoot Tuesday end of the table was an antique January 7. COLO NIAI"FLORIST I ,* make our price-marking Ivory Soap, ]Ige. bar. - 15

j' afternoon' with Mrs A. J. Mr. and,Mrs. L. ,D. Vining were. crystal candle holder with tall red From Monday thrOUgh Thursday \system serve you Letter, PERSONALHAIl

4 Thomas as co-hostess. Fifteen hosts "Saturday*evening at a buffet burlng tapers.A both morning and evening please let us know.
members!' were present and one vii supper honoring holiday visitors three course luncheon was sessions of the class will be taught Please write Ivory Soap, 3 for 17CUSTOMER .
If Itor. The meeting was opened in town. Misses Gayle and Virfrlrjtn served and a gift presentd to the to make It possible for everyone

I with devotionals by Mrs. Len / Sewel, Dr. E W. Palmer honoree by the hosteselMrs. who ,wishes to attend the class, RELATIONS DEPT. Ivory Soap Flakes; a ,30e
I Green followed! wlffl} prayer by I and Mrs. B. A. Pope. The morning session will begin al FLOWERSFOR A&P'odSlore'- \
Mrs. U D. Halnes. The theme "His I The. Vining home was decorated Lewis Hostess
9:15 and the evening session al
'I : ALL OCCASIONS 420 Lexington Avenue'New Camay bath bar . 13e
Command My Task" was given. In the holiday motif .the highlight 7:30 ,
Circle : p. York 17 N. Y. ''
I The members joined In singing the being the gaily bedecked Christ- To Baptist ] ....... I

W. M. IT. Hymn "Jesus Calls Vs." 'mac tree. Another outstanding The DaiRY Fowler Circle of the Lava Soap, reg. bar . 10e
\ Carolyn Picket sang "In the Sweet decorative note was the green and met Tuesday afternoon I Plans New
W. M. U. )
I By,and By" which added pleasure I gold centerpiece<< used on the din- Baptist at 3 o'clock at the home Temperance Work i to the members present. Mr. W., ing table. Tall green lighted tapers of Mrs. James A. Lewis on Church _
L. Andrews, circle leader had balanced arrangement.. Pears, no. 1 tall can '- 28c
Street. The meeting was opened A round table discussion of .DISH GARDENS Draft I lie. k .. 30
charge of the business session. Following !supper a few gamesof with prayer by Mrs. G. W. Alder events relative to the temperance' p g. e
Minutes were read and approved bridge were enjoyed.Woman's Mrs. F. J. Shaw circle POTTERY IONA BROKEN SLICE
man. world was an interesting feature
t and treasures report given. At leader had charge of the programand of the December meeting of the W Pineapple, ,no. 21/ can 31c Spic & Span, 1 lb. pkg. 24e
the close of the meeting dellcloui Club POTTED PLANTS
"Ye Are My
used as her topic C. T. U. Friday afternoon In th
+ next refreshments meeting were will be served.held at The the To Meet WednesdayThe Witnesses." Mrs. J. H. D"iPre conducted Chapel Annex of the Tabernacle FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE ANN PAOE TASTY PEACH Lux Flakes, Ige. pkg. 30
a Bible Qula with Mrs. Jennie Thornquest. Vice Preserves 1 Ib. jar 29c
of Mr. E. J. Dowllng jwltli -
home co-hostess. January meeting of the I member taking part. During the President presided and Mrs Swan Soap, I gee bar - 15 c
Mrs Floyd Green I INew'Year's heldin session Mrs. Flume reported Nona St Starke
Starke Woman's Club will business Grady read for devotion and me LITTLE DARLINO FORDHOOJC .
the club building next Wednesday a Christmas basket valued diation the 67th Psalm. Prayer
Dance : afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Mrs.E. at $11.33: was given to a deserving was offered by Mrs. Quigley. A Lima Beans, no. 2 can 23c

Colorful EventThe K Perryman chalman of Inter- family. Meeting" was closed with beautiful solo was sung by Mlsa PRODUCE
will have Mrs. Sha.' ':- -== ION t'SIEAM STYLE
national Relations prayer by Edna: Noegel .one of the young --- RED EMPEROR

USO building ;was festively charge of the program. Mrs. Lewis served refreshments lady members recently added to White Corn 15c GRAPES 2' Ib.. . 25<
decorated Saturday: evening foi Hostesses will be Mrs. J, H. to the members present. The next the group. ,

the New Year's dance given by the Fields Mrs. P. L. Bridges Mrs. H.M. meeting will be held with Mrs. A. Tentative plans are underwayfor aBW'STARKE lona Flour 25 Ib. e 1.49 FRESH CRISP .
Junior Woman's Club where members : Davis Mrs. J. H. DuPre Mrs. E. McKlnney with!) Mrs. L. U. Morgan temperance work In the FL-: CARROTS 2 Ige. bch. .' 17
Mrs. E. L. McKnlght,, co-hostess. ,
and their guests danced U C. J. Frazier. schools some of this work being White '
Roberts' orches Mrs. F J. Tellum Mrs. T. H. Me- Milk, 2 for 23c
the music of Carl temperance essays! written by pupils 1-'rl. Hat.,- Jan. 0, 8 FRESH JUICYGrapefruit '- .
tra. Neil and Mrs. Ed Simpson. Mitchell Home of the school for whclh\ cash
DOUBLE FEATURE Dexo 8 Ib bag 35<
I Shortening 3 lb. 90c -
A roaring fire In the spactoui Scene Of Party award will be given. Details will ,
fireplace In the lobby greeted UK, Women's Council be announced later. Stallion Canyon ANN FRESH LARGE SIZE
guests. Over the fireplace, which, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Mica The hOBtes ell of the afternoon K n.Curti..., Carolina Cotton PAGE
was decked with pine boughs, war Elects OfficersThe Lucile Mitchell! were hostesses Mrs. Goodman and Mrs. Grady,, AND Pork & Beans, 1 lb., 5 oz. 13c Oranges, 8 Ib. bag. -' 39c

a glittering "1051," On the stage\ Women' Council of the Saturday evening frtith!'l 9 untn 10( served ,refreshments BEHIND FANCV WINESAH or DELICIOUS
curtains in the ballroom was a met at the o'clock when they held open house
First Christian-Church lona Peaches APPLES lb. . 14c
huge baby with top hat and cane, parsonage Tuesday at 3:30: p. m at their home on Madison Street OES Banquet Set The Eight Bail no. 2'/f can 28c ,
announcing "Happy 'New Tea for their regular monthly meeting preceding the Junior Woman'l r-, .- FRESH CANADIANiRUTABAGAS.

painted In glitter paint. From The following new officers wert Club dance. For WM's VisitA With Th Rita Bros. u lb. 4f
the points of the celling to the elected: Mrs. Ara Moitt President The Mitchell home was artistically Carol Bokar c''ff I'b ,<
silvered banquet given by the Starke llrure. Dirk Foran ee, 81 c "
center were streamers of red, ; Mrs. Clyde Colson. Vice- decorated with giant .
white and green crepe paper and president; Mrs. Hoiiwr Swlndall, leaves, red and sliver bells and Eastern Star Chapter to honor Aluo Cartoon A Serial

were caught In the middle by multicolored Secretary and Treasurer. the traditional Christmas tree. Worthy Grand :Matron Ethel Hayes Sun. Red Circle Coffee Ib79c T
upon her official' visit here will be TUPS. Jan 7-9 .
the Invited
session About guests were
balloons which were re After the business thirty
delicious to the hospitality of the held In the Methodist Church educational There's A Girl A&P's POLICY
leased at midnight. Around the I ladles were served refreshments enjoy PRICE. .
+ dance floor were reserved tablet)I by Mrs. Swlndall. hostesses. building Tuesday night Eight O'Clock Coffee ff .
Jan. 9, at 8 o'clock.
where refreshments :were served bj I In My HeartLee e Storewide low prices on hundreds of
colored waiters. Novelty hats ant 1 Children's Committee Epperson Circle The regular meeting of thechapter
streamer throws were given to the Will be held following the Bourne, Ely Knot 1 Ib. 77c items every day..instead of just few
: To Meet Met TuesdayThe
guests, which added to the merrl banquet. Gloria ,Jean Peggy Ryan ** ;

ment of the evening.' regular luncheon of the Lorana Epperson Circle No
Chairman t>f the dance was Bradford County Children' Committee 1 met at the home of Mrs. J. P.I Mr.tand Wr.... Thurs. Jan. 10, 11 .
1 Mrs. John Torode assisted by Uu will beheld at Avery Inn Tomlinson Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. B. B. Blackwell DOUBLE FEATURE 3 |

club president Mr. D L. Thomas, next Monday at 12 noon. All members Mrs. P. D. Reddish as co-hoatela.1 had as their New Year dinner Tight j 1. prices
guests Mr. and Mrs. R. T. go up.
Mrs.,Al K. Carlisle was In charge are urged to attend. The meeting was Heagy
of the sandwich committee BJU! devotionals given by Mrs. E. D. and Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Heagy of Little Island ... 'We believe Mrs policy helps our .

Miss Pat Lamb was In charge ol' PTA Meeting Jan. 9 Tenly. and opening prayer. by Archer. ., customers lave more money. 3
the Coke bar. Mrs. B .T. Thomas. Those taking Jell Raxlfonl Joan Greenwood f
A & P
Donald Fream, Missionary 1 remit Food Storea.
The P.. T, A, will meet Tuesday' part on the program were Mrs. M. : from Jamacla, spent Sunday AND With the correct price marked on'the
St. Mark's AuxiliaryThe night Jan. Oth at 7:30 o'clock in S. Hazen a.ld Mrs. B.Thomas. Mrs .
and two sons of Daytona Beach COLORADOTERRITORY every item plus an itemized cashregister
the school cafeteria. Guest Ipeak.I .' B. T. Thomas leader presided over light with Rev. and Mrs. Homer : Great Atlantic) and Pacific Tea Co. I j
St Mark's Auxiliary will I er will be Prof. Frederick A. Doty the business meeting. The meetIng Iwlndall. Eatlre Ce....<. Ce.j-rl..<... ISO* slip. you know what you
meet Menday night, 7:30 o'clock: he is secretary.of the United Na-, :was closed with 'prayer by 'Jest McCrea I save at A&P.
at the Pariah House, for regular Lions Speakers Bureau and Professor lire Alma Hough. The next meeting Mr. and M---: Gary Ennls of Mayo 300 East Call St. k .

monthly meeting. All member. an II I of Sociology at the Univers will be at the home of Mr. D. Tampa were weekend guests of Flu! News Starke Florida il. < ..-. .*; *.*Al"l* >*'"Trtt!* T j_'4 z

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became for social 1.e- P..er.* of rnrtltlon *nt..ri1 In the In Clrrvlt Ceael a.*.'.... Cm>irriarldm ,
1 Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Duncan had DeVane-Dyal pie eligible Children's Operett Circuit Court fur Er..dford county I. dumrrrr.Paul .
rrt curity coverage for the first time. riorlila, In as her New Year's day guests Mrs To Be Presented ot D.0.mhrv.. D. ISIRO. In an Edna M. Hunter, Pot'ndnnt
Social security coverage mesns ., Cues No. ''87X9Order
ot rtltlon
.tIB" t' therein pomlln
1 Garland Parnell of Savannah, Ga., If you work long enough In a j job t'h"r.,ln T, A. Orftve. Onl (lrave.Mulllvan nf Pnnllmtlira And Nolle TAppvnr. ..
i Mrs. Rosa Adams and three children Next Thursday Olin! (nravon.' Fslton (rruvea STATKl OF1 FLORIDA TO.
? Lynn, Duncan and vour-sclf and wife when you I'l'tlre* i : *, and !.,un Wynn and I... t'nknown, and when' I I-l known,
ite of Neptune Beach and Marguer-I I "Christmas In Mexico", %jtlrtll 11 tliiN: Wynn nit <1,>ri nilunfH.. and b> remittance and addrrnaA' 4121
after 65 or benefits for your far I Virtue! of nn Onior i of .old court North Hltrhlanda Avenue, Bt"Ji
Mrs. I* A. Duncan and dl. operetta will be presented by Dti'- '' tn..rlh. lnud,<. the un.I..r..n1.' : < C'ntumlnHon Creek Virginia:
--' IN'PHE NEWS w..i Iy'u: ..rn "|ip">lnt.(l L>y ...ltI court You are required to appear on
Pam, of High Springs. i I No, 1 Now the tax la three per< dents of the fourth grada ThViCMtO\ \wlll 1 offer" for and' will nell.\ to January 15th, lOfil In the al"OI'oo>
Ii :the ,III"h: lilildxr/ for Court and ', *'. MTHCM In
.+/0t hlKho rni \ Ht nand (nit <
ana 'T I i C'nt of the first $3.000 earned I Ia b;)' night, January 11, at the \tl\C\o t1l,I r"alIII fmnt "t th.. Mouth I dour of plaintiff .cocks! divorce, Bradford
those attending the Gator the\ Pnuit lIciiiMB |In 1, Florida, bounty: : Telegraph: ihall puMHh thisOId.
Among (()
with relatives In in covered with the will belnl Y:3/
I Itr.n1ert for a visit person a job The performance : ....
12Irs i : Eugene Beam and e stop Mon. rturli'if tli" I I. (tin hiiurx i>r milo. nntin. I "r In next four w.fkly |PHIIi ,.
Wichita.fatter Atlanta, Oa. Bowl game in Jacksonville employee and employer each pay. m. and the building In wtyt'n\ 1 it\ t 6lh iliiv, <>r Fh l,>nmrA, n i I WIIIKBK mv bund nil otflrla" ,al,,
l Saturday for day were: Mr. and Mrs. Junlus p. mi the rollr.uliiK\ < H-I. tiled liinitnl nt Hinrku, Florida, thlt D""OMI> >
la tax ,
. pending the Christmas; ing 1'j per cent.: There no will be presented will be an\ 0\jn\ l In! wit WW I >, ..t :NI|;I. ,of i4., si 1. 7th 1960.OFFICIAL,
Smith, Mr. and Mrs G. J. McGriff, .,
Beam's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Manlon. Mr on what is earned above $3,000 Twp. 7 1-1. JtanlCK 21 H.IE ( SHIAU) A. J.: Thomas
iayslwlUi Mr. Jr., Mr. and Mrs D. A. Monteith ed later. W, A* Clark of laid CourvBy
and Mrs. Ivan E. Beam, and Mrs., On Jan 1, while the tax remains : Itay.'
and Mrs.: C. E. Beam. .1, n. Tlnwe t Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk
C. E. Beam spent Thursday and of Eustis, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. at three per cent, It will apply on The performance la under \It\ Direction ('811 I. H wn11C'immlHitlunari Carlo" la. Harper. S04 W rnlvnr-
't'lI Graham_.Mr. and Mrs John Gill will city Avenue, aalneivlllo, Florida
of Intere.tIn the first $3,600 earned. This ;
oiDtogo. visiting points of Mrs. Mora Ceftbv9.
r:firid Mrs. I. M. Lawson Friday : Attys. for Pit. 12>16 It 110t.yatye.
Mr. and the state at Silver Springs,, of Jacksonville and Mr and Mrs. show what that means:: i i .... .. ... ..
Calif., visited David of Gainesville BUS music Instructor: ...... 1ft. ,-. r. T __
.1W&E. Lawson and familyfiUy'f ; Tampa and Petersburg.\ Mr.. Harper I In 19SO. Jones earned $iS.OOO.( Admission will be 15c and SSC. A T A Y11NaKN WS TQU WA HMAKEKI '

The two families motor and Mrs. Manlon and Mr. and Mr. Since the tax was three per ce tOn

to'jWouHrie'J Ga., to spend the, Ivan Beam returned Saturday to Ii. G. Crowell,, an employee of only the first $3,000, Jones and ,tr t ,

lay'jwlth their parents, Mr their home In Newburgh, N. Y. the Telegraph, was called to *. his boss each paid a tax of $45 (I1,, Christian Church Wes
H. Lawson. Tampa Tuesday by the serious illness 4T. I per cent each)" or a total of $00.

; Miss Lily Starling and Mrs of his brother. -. r dJ Now each will pay 1H per cent onJones' Sunday was a great day tot' tile, ,

SJ. lef Comer Starling of Hahlra, Ga. :were MM !1ft. first $3,600, which will mean First Cluii'Ui., with tl-.rcfll. '

! Perryman visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J each tbtal of $108. great sessions of the conyptoi' ) .
:; ; to return to her home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. W Adair of W. or a
of "
The the
highlight conventiprwas
and Mrs.. ..
and Mr.
Jr. 2 the
R. Chasteen Palm Beach were weekend guest No. --Here are new groups
:! lIIt
}, a message brought by "lo"-
and MI'.. E. Kryma4) E. F. Mlles of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle. to whom social security coverage,
I'\'Wtth Judge ary Donald Fream. Don, la 9 \\'j\\\ "

Enroute home she will Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hines of Miss Betty Dyal. daughter of has been opened: sionary from Jamacla, ran!
.10_ of Plnvllas Park but
", Sharon Cluff -self-employed people (
\ Gainesville visited Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dyal of We had a wonderful cro\yd l tot
m,1, _unlnn unnln spent last week with her grand not all self-employed). The following -
-- W. E. Lawson on New Year's Day, V. S. St Starke, and Bob DeVane; son of the Watch Service. Brother \V't rgapi 1 I? My rwrtmiiul Integrity sod profession, backed by 40 years -> i iP
: parents, Mr. and Mrs. sedf-employed are still excluded : (
, Mr and Mrs. J. D. DeVane of Mad showed elidos of the work \\fl Jfi* of experience In Fine Watch Repairing, Is your Guarantee
flew his
John. Mr. St. granddaughter from ; self-emplo
Out4LE coverage ;
:losing Mr. and Mrs. Harrell Bennett of I (iron, were married In Folkston, macla with special music thfough of SatUfuctlon. Authorized Distributor for Hamilton.fifln .
I back to Plnellaa Park on ed farmers or farm owners; doc.<
Baldwin were guests of Miss Thel- I Ga., Thursday night, Dec. 21 Following out the night. When the 1Verv, I ,
I II Sunday, Miss Alice St. John ot tors; lawyers; dentists; optonetrtsts : ( and Ilulo>a Watches.
ma Thomas on Tuesday, the wedding they, spent I a Year was ushered in the ;IJ\irth:
Plnellas Park also visited her parents ; osteopaths;; veterinarian;
I wEek with Mr. DeVane'a parent was in constant prayer lQ( ox/1/ Ed Simpson Gem Jewelry
the St. Johns, a few days last Chiropractors) ; Christian sclem
Miss Lorraine DuBose has returned In Madison. church for our Nation. 1'Oale
week. practioners; professional engti Seaboard Railway Watch Inspector L1S11 ;
to Jacksonville after spend-. Mrs DeVane Is an employe oKoch' I eels; naturopaths; architects; full who missed Uls.mlslled. a te0t a

I loqfeig out All Fall & Win- Ing Christmas here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff, Sr.. Drug Store. Mr; DeVan time practicing public accoun service. "SIArke's Leading Jeweler"JANUARY
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Beam. stationed at Why not Join the 52 Club t the I
'r;; Merchandise ..regardlesslf spent the weekend in Jacksonville Is in the U. S. Navy ants; and undertakers. .

*%j t.. .*M*K v-. visiting relatives and friends. the hospital In Parrls Island, 8. C (B)- workers. For ex' First Christian Church this 9u1rday
Mrs. J. W. Kincaid returned for the I'llble'
by being present
to'n ample; a cook maid, family cha
Wednesday after spending t the School at 10 a. m., with.1/,
and Mrs. E. M. Edwardsspent butler nursemaid, waahei
Mrs. G. L. Dockstader and son. Mr. feur ,
Galoredies holidays in Tampa with her broth- Colson as superintendent. Ty kspp
gains Mr. and Mrs. Billy, who have been In Elmira, N. Wednesday and Thursday woman. But no domestic worker
er-In-law and sister, attend
member to OvertSunday
...., Y., since last May returned to their with his mother and slater In Is covered unless he or she work a you are
.. C. C. Hoppe. In the year. Wa bl\d
home here last week. They were Starke. Mrs. Edwards le. slowly for the same person at least .ome .

& Childrens accompanied by Mrs. Dockstader'>. Improving after a two and one( part of 24 days out of a Uirei nine who had attended every letvice 1951Money
Mrs. W. B. Sewell accompanied last Let us make tf tltll a
father Ben Welch, and a friend half months !illness.Charles month period and earns at lea.ttIO year. *
weaters: 1.69-4.99 by her holiday guests, Misses Gayis greater, year than last.
Mr. Welch and Mr. $ in that period.CAgricultural
'" .. Miss Maude Henry Young.
rrr" and Virginia of the Ut'lver.ltyof If a. m. Morning Worship Message .
Sewell, Jim Sewell and Dr. E. W. Young plan. to visit here for a Knight ( ) workers. Thl deposited in SAVINGS accounts on or before
". Florida visited home folks a "Positive Duties \Vl\1t\
., Palmer, toured points !In South month. ;' Christmas doll means-provided they're regular! I Church Members Owe to fI1: / January 10th 1951 and funds transferred to the Savings
*,, few days during
louses 1.69. 4.99 Thursday through employed on a farrti--outsld
: Florida from The following week he was Other." Department on or before January 10, 1951 will
". Mrs. Oit-Jt.: McGriff, Jr.. spentThursday'aridFriday days. workers like cooks or maids In the

_ of last week the guest of W. H. Thomson of Farmer's house; and it also include 11:15: a. m. The Lord's Supper.. draw interest from January 1st.

Ladies Saturday.W.C.T.U. in Eustls,Visiting her parents, Mr. Monticello and they enjoyed a those who prepare, process or deliver Is served.
, and Mrs. D. A. Montelth. The hunting trip for several days farm products or livestock 1 to 6.30: p. m. Christian Endeg4pf
'kirts 2.99 4.99
: Charles returned to the University
Monteltha came to Starke Sundayto
market. No one In this group 1 Is 7:30: p. m. Evangelistic 'IItc"! \
WERE PROBABLYJUST spend the New Year holidays( Tuesday to resume his studies. covered by the law unless he ha. Sermon "Tears of Jesus."
f ice Asst. of Ladies with the W. H. Grahams. worked least live months for
AS MANY RECKLESSDRIVERS Prayer / Florida Bank Starke
I Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Tenly,, meeting 1VednpAJtftight \ at
D Gowns 40 YEARS AGO. BUT left Sunday Dec. the same employer. If he switched at 7:30. Our. lesson etbd\ )"
Iaamas! Joan 'and Sonny,
DRIVING SOME Attending the New Year's Eve employers, he has to work for the
THEY WERE 24th for Reldsvtlle, Ga., to spend Is Acts: the 3rd Chapter.
]lips & Robes SENSE dinner-dance at Keystone Inn were second one at least five month
THINO WITH MORE with Mr. and Mrs Homer Swlndalr Pulllo", Member Flu National Group, Inc
the holidays
THEY HAD." Col. and Mrs. H. C. Wall of St. before being covered again.
r ELOW COST THAN Walters. Before returning home
(TilE CHRISTIAN VISITOR.) Augustine pat McGriff and Miss visited with (People) in this group: full 'n the t'Ireult court III any for
Thursday night -they thdfnrd C.usty. e'lerbts. IJ.
June Caldwell, Miss Joan Carpenter -
Cordell, time life Insurance salesmen; traveling (;.."NC'IIV.: '
friends In
C ul | . and ]lira. Junlus: Smith As urn and Fitzgerald, Georgia uiid.r unit wy virtu' of that evftt1PSPECIAL'
| ,! If t Mr. I tiers from business places for ,
1,99 l 2.99 3.99 .j I' Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff, Jr. has returned I employers (but not door-to-doc -

Tv Town Togs Dresses :--'FARM. :'I Mr. and Mrs. W H. Graham and home Mrs. after Janie Avery spending ten dayi salesmen):; agent drivers and commissioned I

.. i Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Monteith. drivers distributing
with Mrs. Earline H. Busby :- ....
' meat, bakery, fruit or vegetabl
'Childrens Robes Atlanta. Ga.Mrs. .
,,,"" EQUIPMENTDemonstration Friends of the J. L- Anderson products and beverages (but not

fll.79 To 2.79 j will be happy to hear that their little L. S. Hutto had as her milk); drivers in laundry or dry !

; grandson, Mike, is able to get the holidays Mr. and cleaning; services; and people wh

out and play with the children: at guests druing work at home, earn at least $50 I In
S t; Boys AH Wool Mrs. Tllman Hutto and childrenind
I Hope Haven Hospital end is expected Mrs EI three-month period, and do

Topcoats 4.99 I to come home !in a couple of Beanoun Mrs., of Uutto's Savannah mother Ga. their work on materials give ONE WEEK ONLY

"J weeks. them by their employer with spec
SUPPLY. r.wi-En oitDKit TODAY i !1I
I -
I Iflcatlon for him for doing the jot
H: Boys All Wool Mrs. Olney and Miss Genevieve
See The Famous .
I! Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis are go.ling Mich are the
: Olney of Mendon,
1,t Suits 3.99 to Tallahassee Saturday tc WORKING
Ben' /
of Howes
..., .r Massey Harris 1 1 l see their new grandson, the powof, lWat 1951 MODEL
'' ''' will be cemetery work
rCi<: Shoes New Styles Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davis., Jr. who There a

Tractor I r was born Tuesday morning. Mrs.. Social Security ng at Evergreen Cemetery near I
w<-4Jfe 6.95 7.95 8.95 Pony i! Jan
Farm Friday
I Davis plans to remain in Tallahas*. Has Wider Scope the State on '
12. Interested is urged
VOW,4,99 and Equipment j see for several weeks. Beginning Jan. 1 to attend.Everyone-J. M. Roster

, I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nollman Two big changes went Into ef-

ihers I : 2.99 3.99 ij I spent New Year's day and night in 'ect' January 1 under the new social I
: Watch This Paper I Crosby Jacksonville H. Dawkins Mr.and and attendeda Mrs security law as follows: Office Supplies WITH A MOrOtf MADE DV THE FAMOUS. ONLY

: ildrens Shoes I For Date & PlaceSISTRUNK 1. A great many people will pay DELCO GENERAL MOTORS
I II New Year's dinner party givenIn larger social security tax, and Diva, of) to C M E
who har a i
honor of Mr. 10 DAY
Acrobat & Others 2. About ten mtllon more pea.CLASSIFIED-
1 been called Into service and will I TRIAL

19-2.99-3.99 leave January IS. '

I 13 ft. Armstrong linoleum and ; rLAN.

(Tonjfoleum. Floral and tile pat.' 4fi ..

MARTHOP I Feed & Seed Store terns. Hart Furniture Co.

Your 7-ocal DealerL U..Fo.tI .
H.tlllO I KP
Dr. and Mrs. M. B* Herlong at. All mfcr. All 1H<"I.'..

4 Starke, Fla. c\I tended the Gator Bowl game In ...........1. rharara. .atlaraaleed. .
RPH F:1Urwart
( ii A It. c. 611 _
,"ell0nwn"", """.",inallXtlYmX1111X"" '''XlmraXXIXaX'''' ''' ",""" : .mnimiHH i,,.,mitimnimniKftmifr,,, ,,,,,',',*."d"( ram' ..:::._ Jacksonville New Years day. ( A M.dl.u. .. Stark. u.... >

Electric Frlg-ldnlr, I B
Mr. and Mrs.: William Price of FOR cubic test lIond working <'o..dl-<|

Chicago are guests of Mrs. Valen tlon. U&. II. Mootjr. Jl*. K. .tht. ::; Tsar IsrrlalDursstsl
"' plum I .t.
Snider. ;
Frill SAfJB -Apartment )Ise: astow You'll Sou. .
ali. 6 burner Florence Oil l Tradt-la
Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Melt had rnnir.. 4H {'.nt..r !Ht.1 JJ "The best-wrlting! Llbtr

as their dinner guests New Year; nn fountain I 4 Allowance
F Ale s.lrv yMS. foot'nnes 1ov.. t'ult pen
Dedicated To Community Service day Mr and Mrs. Anthony Cerme .t ( ever used." ,r'-r

"Movie Are Better Than Ever" naro and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Maran< FOR BAr-K--Oa Four bu.nu D.-
of troll Jowrt Btov 8 )'n. old. In
'0' Hampton.Mr. A-1 condition. also (las K..'rl"rrf. ; AND ONLY 2.00 er/,
"X Sat. Jan. 6 ONLY Sun., Mon.Jan... 7. 8 toe,6ft.In .A-l condition-Call 115Mrs

...... .. ..... ...........: and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez had Crowfcon. It .
Am 0' AC1IOII : NANCY : as their weekend guests Mr. anc FOR SALE-or Rent. th. property POINTS REPLACEABLE
..r Mrs. Jack Alverez-and family ol and *tor* o( Twin Fine Uroory
CROSBY and 8rvlc Station t mil north FOR ONLY 35c Nry b'n
ON I HAY DIN .* OLSON Perry and Ms. O. P. Dyal and J on road It, Utarke. Flu. 1 Hj
Gainesville. I> A Judd. alp 116 A Wide Variety Of Points
_ CHARLES RUTH son of :
FOR KALE: Col PUntrri ant F.rtlll To Suit Every Taste ? :
HUSSEY We bay. the
COBURN > r Distributor
Mfaa. Friends of Mrs. Harley Strong for these /hachlnea
ante e1 M11f11 titark agency
pi Iv wll be glad to know that she returned and part .t Whit'. Clone' 100 r #'

--I "' %Ir. f from the hospital Sunday )'de. tlW school bulldlna. Itp' ... :if i--

1 1AND and Is convalescing at her home ,'Utl 8Ar.H OH im.NTl!: 4 t..nlul unit T scot
In Oalnnivlllc; t rm. hou" the
on Water Street. hath, rcmnd porch; also I 4 rm. .
sic ..r>c. apt., and on. room for J .
people' with pvt. bath. Ml rlw LI..1t
Mr.-and Mrs. 1. B. Alvarez and 6th Ave, Oalnciivtll, a Ml" from 0.. N a q

J Paramount the weekend huntingIn p. K. Yon.. Mehool and hospital C"--. .. .
: A family spent -Jo..l. Le. L i.nby, Lake Hut- ba N ( *
: Pi(tvrAMO : the Scrub. .. it 1'H''
:.... .....N... .. .....e f FOR FREE NOMEDEMOTRATO11:
FOR KRNT:: -Cattl. patur a f whtad.

| "Gorilla IIunt".fartoons Mrs. E. C. Priest and Mrs. Kate iad.. ..u'Rt. DIrrhr: of month Htark*per.- I ..... $2995

Latent News Sheppard spent last weekend at fyrnn F: B.nm Hf I II --<:;jji"-'
WANTED TO RENT! t bedroom onfurnlnh -
..d. house In or near tnwn. 1nF'el

Tues., Wed. Jan. 9, 10PASSAGE Mr. and Mrs B. B. Blackwelland IIIIm.frmannt.' Phone 4, E. C, WII It SEE COUPON HlsJOVVACME Full Cash Price t,

family spent the weekend at
WANTEDWhit. u n
WEAVER BROTHERS Orange Lake. tmua.k..p" ftnom. hoard anu
CALIFORNIA i email ,,,alar,,. Two rhlldrtn t.orn,
ELVIRY returned tlon juat out of Waldo P+ux IIIVWaldo. .
Mrs. R. B. Trask has itp I'll vJ.S

I' to her home in Lakeland after visiting Black *, whit. spotted >ownam - - -
I, her mother :Mrs. W. H. Perkins L-n.-. Spot S blank *, whit... - -

ISSN'' A ttrUILIC rtCTUM : for the last four .weeks. w..t.h..I.nf, 7 Ix>black."n. All hoat unmarked.t. J mite NINIEIES POINTS I' VACUUM ft>UKS, INC. I II

f w... e..... Rt. 1 Box II iawiy.Fl I I 412 W. Forsyth S(.
Dr and Mrs. J. A. LeClerc have lipFOUNDlock Jacksonville Florida I II

JUNE STORE) returned to their home at Kings- t'p.aoo cap n" Jt!.
of the
Thurs., Fri. Jan. 11,12 contort Vf, R I would'like FREE home demonstration i
visit in Without obligation, I a
MARJORIE 6ATESON ley Lake after a :1..nb( ;,.Rt.mJ' Bos 353 Btark
at $29.95.
THURSTON Houston, Texas. Kla _IIP wonderful NEW IH(>lCTAf LE Sewing Machine J

THE RAU JOHNSOfi CHOI Mr. and Mrs. Homer Swindalland FOfNr aauth>-on H.autlful HI .Potlco.I.JI.I.'i pup I ml.:; IIMIW.fOIHT IQVMTAIH HH Name _____-___..__.;__-____-__________________..-__________-_ *

ALAN LAODChap. the New hard. Rt. 1 Box FOR SALE AT I I
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Year dinner guests of Mr. and BIRtelfe ne" P..ED: RADIOS I

Mrs. W. A. Be. ent. R.111t1 F/I/iTAn/.ea._PIIo9MRAP//"..........1 Bradford County City ___________-_,,.------------------.State _-------------. IIt |
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12 ft. Armstrong - -
mma" Serial and "A IlamRel" Is.----m1 W see - -
"Garden Gopher cartOon Cnngoleum. Floral and tl'e pat. M"V1N1 *, HAUMNO .f any kind.
) Cartoon 6.. Billy Jack.on. Jackson Trana. I
.. Furniture
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I 1I I} E 5 1 --
__ _..x _ ._. .2nd :
n o'clock : RET.' 0 January c 1961, 'jn _
,' BACKIN ERA OF OPEN RANGE!: AND the children have entered school th day off January ItU'1961atawhictime named Court and < .ul iplaintiff \, ,\It
i ports down to too earth. and place nil receivedwill
I NONDESCRIPT CATTLE 14!l opened and read neekb dlror ,;:;;;:
S "AIR. MUSIC"AT here.Mr. be pUblicly
and Mrs. Melvin Smith County Telegraph shall!
FARMER'SDIARY NOW ENDING IN FLORIDA aloud on the following; i
Number one on our purchasing FLORIDA SUNDAY"Mr. sons of Jacksonville were New One years supply of lubitcatlncall Order In next, four w

program pow Is two salt sick lick I TIle open range and nondescript Year guests of MI'. Smith's sister approximately .,aoo ,..allnnll,1 Witness my hand and
Mualc\ arriving at t A.P.I. at Starke. Fonda,
peolflcatlon th
l block-one for the calves and one Florida Theatre Sunday, l is & Bing cattle are rapidly disappearing Mrs. C. E. Singletary Maximum Pour. 0 degrees K.. Minimum I 18th, 1800.OFFICIAL. J
for our cow. We have been giving i which lasted and children Flash 415 degrees F. Bav- I SEAL
from Florida. An era W. F. Moore ( ) A
Mrs. .
P.. 81K.W1SO .
Crosby special a supporting bolt Viscosity, W160 degree ..
Sam McGarvey them minerals, but trouble is you A Clerk f
By to and Mi.'hael spent
I cast that Includes Nancy Olson, for 400 years Is coming Gayle, Jimmy degrees. F. 46. 0S10 4..r..1 Ry Haven Crosby, D. iHollla i
never really know how much they In with Mrs F, 40164. Carbon n..ldu.III'JIo V Knlffnt SimAttyn.
The author taut be glad to re- want and It seems sensIble Charles Coburn, Ruth Husaey, anda end.The the weekend Tampa Mas. Viscosity" Index 80 Mln. I for fit. i iFREE'
need or E. D. Boyer.
Rev ,
wive Item. of tntvreat concernIng number of guest stars such af state's cattlemen now have Moore'a father One yearn. supply fuel oil approxImately '
that If you make It available Wesley Thomas of S 5.000 gallone. n
A the activities of farmer. In Croucho Marx:' Peggy Lee, the 1,147,800 acres of Improved pastureand Mr. and Mrs. Mr., fuel distillate I gravity rral
will take what they here with'
Bradford County Suggestions maybe they Merry Macs and Dorothy Kirsten 9,682,800 acres are under Jacksonville were to SS. !jf
left at the Telegraph office or of the nine fence. The cattle grazing behind Moore during that time. The laid Board of Bond Trustees
Singing eight new Florida reserve
of Irish potatoes, of the City of Stark
Dug our row visiting For Prompt FREE RemM
mailed to Sam McGarvey, Law ley, songs In the picture clowning with thousands of mile of wire today Miss Ada Edwards was the right to accept or reject

Florida. which had been killed back by the Groucho Marx and making love to Are frequently herds of purebred, In Jacksonville from Monday any or all bids TKUSTEES.CITY : of Dead, Crippled, & Wor""v\\
told that If of last week BOARD OF BOND
... cold wave. We were Olson and Husscy, :Bing proves grade or Improved stock through Thursday OF 81AKKH, Jl'LORlr. less Cattle, Horses Mul\ ,
\ cut the vines even with the Rex Mixona.Congratulations Johns. City Cl.rR.la .
we 'l'l.1tlthe' By Carl
Our chickens must have heard I Well we finally bought half a ground that they would sprout out why he's the greatest name in The development has been obvious to Mr. and Mrs.J 13122 at lla & Hogs ..f

us muttering about the few eggs pig from a neighbor and put moat again and go on growing, so we show business today. for the past 15 years. Tne : E. Wall, Jr. on the birth of a Clrealf. Coast, Bradford Ce..lr.Klarl.ai Call 132 Starltf-t
Crosby Is cast as songwriterwho recently by
a. compiled .
figures were ,
they were laying and the Ugh of It In our deep freeze. Being ex- did just that and theh waited for 'Son, Michael Allen December 26, tm Chancery.Mary
spends more of his time on Daniel E Alleger, associate economist Jackson : Louise Smoot, Plaintiff vs. WE ALWAYS
price of feed, for they are gettingegg city folks we had never butchereda them to grow again. They didn'tand golf courses -and In night clubs !' with the University of Flor- in St. Vincent hospital Clifton Eugene Hmoot, Defendant. C051IoFlorida :
and we hope much Interested finally dug them out, and ville. Mrs. Wall and baby are Cane No. 8195
and we
production up hog we were very
f than at a piano This routine ida Agricultural Experiment Bta- fine. Order Of _hllea loii A.d N. and doing
they keep at it while the in the process, as we Intend got a very small yield. leaves him badly in need of funds, tton. HIs survey was conducted home First Baptist Appear STATH OK FLORIDA TOi .t
I price of eggs Is good Plan to to try It ourselves on a pig The ladles of the Clifton Eugene" timoojt. whose reel- INc
1 which he obtains from producer among county agents with the co- their annual Christmas denca I. Tlfton, Georgia re
church held
flock sometime who did Mr Mrs. Nasworthyand
Fellow Met .and
start a new laying we are raising. Coburn on the condition that he operation of Director H. G. Clayton In the home of :Mrs. You are required to appear on
i :
I it will belaying and with them party ""' 'c
In March so that the butchering shot the hog enjoyed chatting
show. Extension
a new of last
compose of the Agricultural Thursday
when of Is I which understand However Mr Nasworthy said H. B. Arwood on --8;
the price eggs then cut Its throat ; we Nancy Olson 1 Is hired to checkon Service. This was a spend the day
high Is the way it is generallydone that what he wanted to read was Bing's activities and keep him week. covered dish luncheonat Every Branch of t !
The native cattle are a heritageof party with a .
around here. Experts tell how to make a profit out of farm- ..
working instead: of gadding about Gifts were ex-
j Whatever the trouble with Joy'iteats you to stick the hog so that It Ing. Just as soon aa we find out early Spanish Imports. They the noon had by ra.c.:
with Ruth The time INSURANCEH.
glamorous Hussey.
and a good
I was--either cow pox or will bleed out thoroughly, and they we'll let him know! plan proves successful, but a hitch have been able to survive throughthe changed f,)

1 sores brought on by the cold may be right, but we think we Y develops when the show Is com centuries under adverse condlytions a11.Buter and Donald Bennett were ._ ____ u__
bloodsucking :
t weather-It has now been healed. will shoot first as that Is a much Big news around Lawtey this pleted and Coburn Is unable to -poor grazing, and business visitors to Washington, '
salt sick disease
We used mixture of glycerine quieter Anyhow we cer- week was the wreck of a fertilizer ticks,
It a process. week
find backers for It. Miss Olson D.C. one day last
J and Iodine and then used some car- tainly have enjoyed eating that train. Seems that an axle brokeon saves the day ;when she arrangesa other' troubles.But Mra. W. H Edwards entertained C. \WALL AGENCY .

bolated vaseline and together they home-grown pork and are looking one of the freight cars, causing special production at her college the tick has been eradicated; her Sunday School class witha .

; cleared If up. And now that the forward to having; it steadily 26 cars to crash and making phosphate with an all star cast of perform. Experiment Station workers found Christmas party Friday after- PLEASE PHONE 146 r :

" '( sores are healed we do not have to from now on. available at the very low.. era the cause of salt sick and the rem- noon. December 29, from three to hrs.r
milk, and again S cost of $1 load. We did not get' : edy-a mineral mixture containingiron
pasteurize the a I. The Merry Macs, a super-smooth five o'clock. Games were enjoyed Constant Service Over 50 Years I
have Butch-the bull calf we are Took a look-see at our berry any because we did not have the I quartet whose close harmony has and cobalt in addition to for a while then a Christmas Iao

raising for beef-back on milk. plants and discovered that they are equipment with which to load and zoomed many a tune to.the head phosphate or ground marble and carol contest was held. Patsy i
And he shows big Im- still even distribute It our fields. But salt new and better have for high
>'I,, already a practically standing on of the Hit Parade will make their ; grasses Wainwright won the prize 'C
provement as apparently milk Is though a few plants have produced cores of farmers and stock rals- screen bow In this picture. been introduced and the value of score among the girls and Wendell LU,

11' still the best food for a calf. a few small blossoms. Will haveto ers in Bradford County were quickto pasture fertilization has been Kelly was winner for the a.w

v get at them soon and keep a- take advantage of the opportunity 1 shown; advent of the screwworm boys. This contest dealt with ten
Sometimes it seem. that a crop head of the weeds which are growIng of getting fertilizer at a 1 fly 16 years ago made it necessary the dates the carols were written REUPHOLSTERYOUR KTlOi

\''i: has a jinx on It, and that certainly even though the weather Is new low price. COMING TO PARK : to give the cattle closer attention, who the composers were and the

'I, seems to be the case with our quite cool. ". e FOR 3-DAY RUN I and this made it desirable to have nationality of the composers. This nd

broccoli. After much work we After some of the coldest Nineteen songs are used In the fences and better cattle; and finally contest was enjoyed by all and Occasional Chair or Living Room Suit die

:'. finally salvaged about 10 rows of We'will be on the lookout not so weather In December that folks new musical "There' a Girl In the 1949 State Legislature the boys and girls surprised their fAw',

It and now, just when it seems to long from now for the first asparagus around! here can remember the My Heart," arriving at the Park passed the cattle fencing law leader with their knowledge of WITH :.a

be growing, an army of cutworms to come up. The cold weather temperature rose and we had tome. Theatre Sunday for' a threedayrun. which became effective- July 1, the subject. Refreshments of hot Durable Plastic Leather .Icenjc

: ha. gone to work on It. Now we waa tine for this crop as It killed really warm days that were most 19SO. chocolate cookies and home made

have to put out poison bait the back all growth and gave the welcome. And it always seems Florida has a long growing sea- candy were served.O. CALtr 939H

f second time as we put It out awhile plant. a rest Now as soon as the especially comfortable when you Starring Lee Bowman Elyse son, and there is a ;wIde varietyof J. Anders was installed Wor- FOR FREE ESTIMATES )w'
Knox Gloria Jean and =
I back to control mole crick- weather becomes warm up will read about snow Ice and sleet Peggy Ry- pasture and forage plants adapted shipful Master of Lawtey LodgeNo. =
an,, It has a strong cast
ets. Broccoli by' the way :was come the asparagus and we are covering most of the rest of the Including Lon supporting. to conditions here. These 189 F &: A M last Tuesday I Easy To Clean Won't Fade Beautiful

quoted on the Jacksonville marketat hoping for a good yield. If it country. Perhaps'if we have Chaney.The have been outstanding facts that evening at the regular communication. co"r

$5 .a bushel. does well we Intend to plant a some good growing days from now story concerns the efforts of have helped the development of Other elected officers Installed CHAS C SHEPHERD
Bowman and Chaney to at the same time were J. !
I p aWe much larger bed. on and no more sudden "freezes1 acquire better pastures the state. New
can't remember where we S we will be able to get something! property including a music hall and better past ire plants have H. Monda, S. W.; S. C. Harley, I Court &: bt''* .on Sts. Phone 5Sf j

read It, but we did read somewhere Solved) the problem of how to started. In one block of a New York tenement been Introduced to the state during J.W.; Harry Wlmkerson. Trea- --I

that the supply of Dixie 18 keep hogs out -of the calves' feed district just before the tnr.i the 10 or 1.5 years and still surer and H. C. Harley Secretary -

r field corn seed was going to be by suspending an old 'sink on the According to the experts, average of the century/ for the purpose of others are under s'udy. C'LL FOR nins

i limited this year. We don't know side of a shed up out of reach of dally production of 7 quart erecting a sports arena. Bulled bid. will b. received by. the
I Florida cattlemen have learned Board of Bond Truatee of th. City
how much truth there la to It, but the sows. Have It 'hung, with of milk for 10 months a year (allowing They meet opposition however, of Mtarke, Florida, al the City O- ,
we are going to order ours Imme- wires as we figured that hogs 2 months dry period) 1i Is !in Miss {Cnox, portraying a young CIa.; better pasture lands result lira' In Htarko, Florida, until 1-00 Quality .HALL MARK ORIITINO CARDS Better

L r diately. would enjoy rooting' : out any sup-' considered good for a family cow widow who inherits the hall and in Improved herds, a decrease in PHOTO FINISHING' WATCH I''
the number of grazing acres need- .JEWELRY
comes Into the district to operateit 24 H" CRVICK
It most of her feed Is raised on .
I and.star in Its shown ed ,an Increase in value of. the AIRINI
the farm. We buy all feed for

WATCH REPAIRING our cow, Joy, at a cost of about 40 I Interesting thread, of the story Is land. Cameras / "Vatche\
cents a day get about 14 quarts the character regeneration of Bowman homework 4 --

of milk dally and raise a 'calf. We portraying a small-time politician POHTR/1T ft r twfLEAS STDNL-5el444,'

SATISFACTION 'think we could get by on feeding and first seen as a suave LAWTEYL. grades-j ADVCRTISINQPHOTOGRAPHY VN iOGHAVNERS-

GUARANTEED home raised feed but wonder if but ruthless individual, always PLATING
ready to use others In if II. Flitch
any way
we wouldget, a good calf unlesswe I Diamondi1.i"O.T
went to a lot of trouble makIng It ,will bring him personal gain. He Wedding & IDS w. CALL ar. PHONK an '

MARLIN FACTORY SERVICE sure that Joy had a balanced handles his role with fine under : Mr and Mrs. W. M Dtnklna and PHOTOS CARD STARKE. FLORIDA WEDDING-If:,_'1'

ra tlon; standing, and Miss Knox Is excel- son, Andy, of Gainesvlle were iiun- -

C e., lent In the leading feminine part. day guests of Mrs. Dlnkln's par- Our Reputation Your Guarantee of Sails facti;

128 N. COURT ST. Ordering some more trees for ents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brown-
our home orchard. Probably some ADD HOME: VEGETABLE Ing. Andy is spendingthe week J. R. Bullinclon D. D. Alt'
SHORTENING TO KEEPIIOMEKENDF.RED with lila grandparents.Mr. .
trees which
ruore peach ( our pigswill .
to ), another LARD and Mrs. Wendell Rhodenof
again try uproot !t
San Diego California were recent -
.. .. ".. __ Oo. .. _.. ._Oo uOo. persimmon and possibly) some Mixing homo rendered lard with visitors of Mr. and Mrs H. y,
.. .. . .. "' .. more, citrus. Going to place our Vegetable shortening will maka: C. Wainwright. Mrs. Rhoden is the aU neW''II

order through Miss Ross Bradford the lard keep fresh and sweet Mrs. Wainwright'a sister \tb BACKBOF4J

Knowledge of PharmacyUNSEEN County Home Demonstration twice as Jong, say chemists of the Elder and Mrs J. E. Pierce and ,

Agent. see IT. S. Department of Agriculture. family of Samoaet were visitingMr. OF A, MEAL '

Onfy 2 or 3 pounds of Usual anil Mrs. A, E. Massey Thursday typewriter oN N't

BUT ESSENTIALTO Got a big kick this week whenwe hydrogenated vegetable shortening and Friday of last we..k.Mr ort ble IS MEAT//t .
and brood
moved calves gEgT.
our are needed for each SO\ pounds of and Mrs F. C. Richards of f /t ***- ;i .' i "i
EVERY PRESCRIPTION sows Into our 7'/. acre field of rye. lard. The Department's research Lake City were dinner guests of has WMSUUta MIRACLK OUR L KIND

The animals were Just about stare men advise adding the shorteningto Mrs. Richard's brother :J. E. Wall TAB '

ed for green grazing and the way the and family on New Year's is SUCH 'A
rendered lard In the kettle Day. lt', real value-packed beauty.
they: tore Into that rye was a delight Mr. and Mrs. C. F? Singletary
before and
just settling separatingthe C--'e m and try the exclusive fea-
to behold. And It was interesting and the Christmas
cracklings. Another methodIs son spent holidays EATrT I
tuies give typing
you top
too, td see the way they to mix the shortening) with in Greenville South Carolina j jI

avoided the bitter lupine which Is melted lard In the storage containers. with' Mrs. Singletary's mother performance.included. Carrying cue EAT/ '
growing In the same row. But Mrs. B, :J. Hill. a -
In this the
case shortening '
until now we have been worried should be stirred carefully until Dinner guests of Mrs. Emma Hill 82.50 7):

; about the brood sows as they were melted and mixed thoroughly with on New Years Day were Mr. and \\I .. -- }

a just about starving to death In a the lard. Mrs. Jones and family of St. Augustine p.. ..... I...Yes l nIgcAtlAQtItA4.' ; :;;;.--..
,' ..p dry lot, even though they had a The chemists emphasize the fact Mr. and Mrs. D. Dupree e.ev.el.nIT.na.NOW l

good portion of sow and pig meal that hydrogenated (hardened) and daughter and Mr. and Mrs.

4 dall)". Now that they are grazing vegetable shortening should be :James Blackshear and small son T-BONE STEAK lb. - 59ci|

t t4fi they just about clean up the same used. It Is sold under various of Starke. Mrs. Mae Wells and ,
amount of feed and already look MJsa: Enia Blanchard were also ON DISPLAY 1
trade names and any good brand
better. feet of Mrs. Hill at this time.
We pretty good about guests
this project of providing winter will do the job. The abundance of Mr. and :Mrs.! H. C. Wainwrightand. J
natural antioxidants In hydrogenated Bradford Jim Dandv Grits 5 lb. 37ci
grazing as we think that it vegetable oil makes It affective children visited relatives in County ; n -
will pay off In the long run with Bartow during the holidays.
In keeping lard from turning
I.\ r better pigs and* calves. Cost was rancid. Mrs. J. C. Prevail, Mrs. :Joyce I

about $9 for rye seed and gas for This procedure was first worked Futch, Mary Julia and Bonton TelegraphThe OVER SEA BRAND ,
Futch were visiting In Ocala last g
and time of
the tractor planting.
three at the Eastern
years ago

; nice.Christmas* a this Regional R.searcLaboratory In Friday.Rev. and Mrs. :J. D. Robinsonand Sandwich Spread pt. -. -' 33c()
.' o Had a year Philadelphia. A number of farmers ,
daughter, Dorothy Ann were
with our first southern Xmas treea TelegraphIs
t are using It. visiting friends in Winter Havenon .
( small pine cut from our woodlot
The Eastern Laboratory's scientists

l ), Alice cut some palmetto ", advise storing home-rendi-red Mr.New and Years Mrs.Day.M. B. Futch and HeadquartersFor Grapefruit Juice No. 2 1 OcHunt's ( :

fronds and put them up over the lard In tin containers, which shouldbe small son of Jacksonville were -
mantel and what with the tree Office Needs
free of rust. Since contact with visiting" relatives in Lawtey last
decorated with ornaments and
air lard to containers
causes spoil Saturday.Mr. .
& .up oa tpdYOJS lights and a cheery fire In the lire should be filled to the and
15 bet top, and Mrs. Jack Harvey of
presui P botJOOC place we had a nice holiday. We closed. After the Peaches 110.1 1 tall 1611(
Dwri OO 1c... to tightly filling, Orlando spent last week with hire.Harvey's ayvfUMtwaluh, ,
went Mom's In Jacksonville for
dtras oa 11 Ut cans or palls of lard should be parents. Mr. and Mrs.
a ecod tpbuu a big Christmas dinner of turkeyand stored I in cool J
rsW"--- a dry place. C. Prevatt. Sr.
: act '. D\e \ of gout; all the fixings and came home For further Information on how Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Cook and

ttJedate 10 tfdIlate el he".w mat s. tls1d feeling as stuffed sea. the turkey. to Improve the keeping quality of son, Charles Allen spent the holidays 8 oz. Apple Jelly 2. for 21c c

soedid home rendered lard write to the with relatives in Louisiana. ,

P gt nee 1t><.qE7t Cot a laugh out of a story told Eastern Regional Research Laboratory J, S. Eunice, Sr. and grandson.
us by a neighbor who we will not Jimmy Eunice last week-
1.. U. S Department of Agriculture spent
.,.-u-- Pbstm Identity. He said: "When I used Chestnut Hill Station, end with Mr. and Mrs. Warren BLEACH ]131cCarey's (
10e p b-tdaa. to raise hogs. I fed the whole bunch I Philadelphia, 18, Pa. Bailey of St. Marys, Georgia. qts. - r ?

would. your of them 4 Ibs. of corn a day, did Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R W

n't make any difference whetherI lot of damage to the oats' at first, Mosley Sr., during the holidayswere

r'w' had 10 hogs or 40."' Now this I but they are apparently off be- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mosley

w same fellow has purchased some deviling someone else now as we Jr.. and children of Washington. Salt 3 f for - 25c

purebred hogs, really feeds them, haven't seen them lately. And I D.C. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reynolds -. -
right and Is producing some fine when we move the stock into the and son of Starke.

hogs. It take a good man to tell oats field we plan to plant another Mr. and Mrs. Steve Starling Jr., Get Your:' 1951

a. story on himself. which and children of Washington. D.C. '
pasture they will use Desk Calendar Now Lux Soap 3 for 23c
Sowed rye in Red's pen to pro- until we are ready to hog off our spent the holidays with relativesIn - -

The extreme care used in filling every prescription is vide the big fellow with some corn and peanuts. the Lawtey area.
your guarantee tt.at you will get Just what your doctor green grazing. Could not do it Mrs. Joyce Futch.. Benton and

ordered. Our pharmacists are skilled scientists and you earlier as we had the sows In the Alice's kitchen garden Is coming Mary Julia Futch and Miss Evelyn 50c

can count on them to fill all prescriptions quickly and run. But we put Red Into a breed. back slowly. We> now are getting Norms were In Jacksonville one up Rath Corn Beef Hash 37cSTARLING'S (

accurately. ing pen and he will stay there until only turnips, onions, and lettuce, day last week.Mrs. .

the rye starts growing. Then but It won't be long, ,we hope be- C. Y. Mayo returned to her Pads 59c upBradford
he'll have a small all of fore home In Tampa Tuesday after
pasture we have a large variety to
I his own to choose from. Beets, spending Sunday night and Monday -V BBBBB1
Drug Store a collards mustard,, turnips, Eng- here with relatives.D. ,

K 0 C H Our field of oats, rape, rye and llsh peas, rutabagas, parsley radishes W. Moore' and Paul Moore of I
Jacksonville their County
were visiting I
lupine Is growing fine. It wu kohl rabl, Brussels sprouts
FREE DELIVERY planted parents Mr. and Mrs. :J. H. Moore
to provide grazing for the and cauliflower all have sproutedand I
calves and sows and pigs from the are growing Saturday I I ,
Phone 53: Night 273-W middle slowly. Alice Mr. and Mrs. A. :J. Davis and Telegraph 4T we

.. of February on, when we particularly want to raise enough Family who moved from here to! elf
.:- :.: \, .--- ,"'... .; 1 I will have to move them from the spinach and English peas to put I Fort Meyers some time ago have
rye in the corn field Larks did s Into the deep freeze.
recently returned to Lawtey and' -

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At The TabernacleClosing I and Clarence stayed with Mr. and I Outsize Coon I with Miss Martha Home. the hl.h..at and bant bidder for

nUlWff Mrs Bud Wilkinson at Highland Mrs. J. F. Johnson and Miss each the Con In t front House of In the Htarke South, Florida door of, 1

services of the year at i Miss Lorene Fields went to Vermont ,i-1 Shirley Dennison spent last weekend rturlnn the leical hour at sale, on
to the Christmas holidays ; the 6th day of February. A D Office
spend SuDpli
the Tabernacle were very Impressive rt with Mri. J. G. Lamoreauxat 1911 the following. deacrlhed land. (
4 with lovely flowers donatedby ; with her aunt Jean Hewitt Smith Lake. to wit SWVJ of NEW of Her SI,
Colonial used In decor- and faintly: They Insist that she a Twp. 7 9, Ran -s nat.: :
Florist Visitors to Jacksonville! on New 13 W
If flu stay there and go to school. She j sr J. B Howe
ating.: TF Years Mrs Ida
1baptist' Day were Wiggins, Cecil L. Newell
has not told us If she Intends to
Edna and Leonard Noegel returned jl p Mrs. George Wiliams and ion, Comm lisioners
,S do this but probably will." F ,

Sunday night to Toccoa Will Padgett spent Sunday with l Howell. !. Clre.lt Ce.r.. Bra'." C... Falls Institute to continue their .'1..1... I. (;.......F. '
" Church Methodist ChurchThe studies. his parents the Eugan Padgettsof Mimeograph paper, Ink stencils. Paul L.IICIU Hunter Plaintiff va.
: Clay Hill He got 38 hours .' Edna M. Hunter, Defendant.Ca .
. '. correction fluid, styll. Bradford. .. at US
jiJS&f; being No.
'; '1.= Several special services are
leave and Is stationed In Alabama
will First Methodist Church of Order .f PMI-etle. A,4 !Netle' T.
County Telegraph. .
"WJxo: Shall We : booked for the future. ... .
near so could not stay longer. One Al>a> *> STATN or .ORID' TO.
the eubject ueed by Rev. Starke urges you to attend Churchon Edna 11(. Hunter whoa
sermon Church the first Sunday of the New of his buddies came with him and tL In. fin-alt four*. H...,.,. C..a.,.. I. t'nknown and ....hn... last realdence known
First BaptUt .
tinea at the Klorl. In Caaw .
| re residence and addreaa
they visited our little Sunday wati/ 4111
Year January 7, The Rev. Thomas Presbyterian Church )tattleJ.. .1.1You'll
i 1t"' 'QI\Ck\ Sunday. This la the I ,, Muntley, Plalntltr VIWeldon North Hlahland Avenue, Broad
i School for a few minutes. M. Defendant.Caae .
. G. Mitchell will preach Sunday Y Huntley Creek Vtrnlnla:
fctserles: of messages on ,
.Bt.'Tw,domD andments. The or- morning at the 11 o'clock serviceon Rev Alfred O. Taylor of Gainesville The New Year passed very quietly 1k 1 Order or P........l..B A.4 Netlee No III To January You are ISth required 1961, to In the appear above on

will the subject "A Purpose For wil conduct the 11 o'clock I here In our neck of the woods, L Appear STATB or FLORIDA TOt named. Court and cause, wherein. I
aanctWJUt.the Lord's Supper Weldon M Huntley, who. real. plaintiff .....k. divorce Bradford
UowvKhV regular service. Durg Existence." Holy Communion services this Sunday. no trouble or accidents that we denre IK,. Firm Street lilltrnore -'otinty Telegraph shall puhll.h thus
choir directed by will be administered' at the close Sunday School In all departments have heard of. 'Everything quiet North Carolina Order In next four weakly. laauea | I
the hour: the Ton are to Wltneea mv hand and official aeal Say. .
of the service. The Church School at 9:4: $. -oven the bird hunters for they required appear on
rLLAletle/ Green will sing: with January2nd. 1981, In the above at Stark, Florida, this December
Sun All visitors welcome. didn't find birds to call named Court 7th 19111 "The l-sl-writfntf
the Ham- begins at 9:45: a.m. with a always enough and cauae wherein
re. .WQtult! Canova at OFFICIAL SEAL A. :I. Thomas
seek. dlvorne Flradfnrd (
'on4I h day School class for every agagroup. for much shooting. If there are titrI' Plaintiff: Telegraph ahull pnbtlah. \Ihla Aa Clerk of nald Court. fountain pen I
I *affUHnf! any birds left they seem to be Order In nest four weekly Inauea. Ity Haven Crosby, Deputy Clerk ever used."
dun Ia7&Evening at 7:30 Rev. St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. wise to the hunters and know how Wltneaa my hand and :ofrli-lal neat i Carloa I fcS. Harper 104 W I'nlverItv -
' -* Dr. R. Ira Barnett of Lakeland at Stnrke, Florida, thin December I A Qalneavlll\ Florida
ttn.n1. wilt be Matchless 'who was for many years the Executive B. E. Slmmoiu.! F., Vicar to get away. 19th 1960. Attys for nit.: lilts. 4t 11.1In AND ONLY

ybe'tP.nd'. ."' : will follow' the regu- : Secretary of the Florida Sunday January 7, 1951: Our farmers are preparing for (OFFlC1ALAu Clerk of\. :r..*Id Court' (' ... C"-'n.;: :: ('*...", 2.00

r ,HapPY'.Hour' of requested cont1 ;Conference Board of Education, another crop and hoping for warm ny Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk FIncHes I. C........,..
9:43: a. m. Church School. Class Martin, J. Pearl ui
at the Sun- weather this spring, as we are having Coneollduteil Gladys Mocer, flalntlff, VK OenraeMoaer POINTS REPLACEABLEFOR
ega ol.' ; hymns and choruses.TotithqCholr will be guest speaker es for all through 1-tlriw :Jacksonville, Florida Defendant. Ca.* No 1191
7:30 to be ages nursery our winter when winter Is Altya. fur flf UISJ 4t I'll' ONLY 35cA
will day evening service at : Order *( Publication And %<> tee : of .25 voice* Junior High. .TATI'' OK ...,..Rlf).\ TOlOeoric
be here.
supposed to
held in the Educational Building.The h I. Clrc.lt c...... Bradford Coaaty, .
whore residence
rig'diwwted by .George Jones. Senior and Intermediate 11 a. m. Morning Prayer. and We plan to go to Padgett Church Klorldal !. (::....evrr.AnirelM I alrea la-: tau 921 Street Queens Wide Variety Of Palate

I'll, Lol |Mann will be at the Methodist Youth; Fellowship meet sermon by the Rev. A. L. Fender- tantiHrutio, Plaintiff vs Arnold Villas, Long island New York: Ti. Suit Every TastoIMfW.pOINr
lannuoone Defendant.
: I for services again next Sunday, You are required, to appear on Jan -
gan wi tII..,Mrs. Ruth Morse and at 6:30: every Sunday evening and at faae.. No. I2D4Order nary in, 1951, In the above named
son.The Jan. 7. The subject for the ser Of PofcllcaHoii A !Notice' T.> Court and raume. wherein plaintiff
r I.,00. lanes at the grand piano. i enjoy a Fellowship hour followingthe church la open dally for add A..... ATA'TU OP FLORIDA. TO. seeks divorce. Hradford Oounty Telegraph -
will be Hawk
"The the
evening service. All young and meditation. Arnuhl lannaiune. whuni rvaldenoeand shall publlah this Order In --
prayer :. i
Sunday|School meets at 9:45: Hen. Strickland address la-: 1 11-211 T3rd Street, next four weekly laaueaWltnan .
are cordially Invited. Again Mr. says N.w York
people Brooklyn :
'* tnr hand and official seat
l ith : of more than 80aohwntjuider erL
,sit If have heard You are required tn appear. on at Stark, Florida I this 1 cemberOFFICIAL
conducted never this sub
A Children's Hour is you
the supervision of Church Of Christ January 29th, lUG, In the above 14, IB60. ew "
at' ject preached be to T' named Court a ." whereiniIRintlfr SEAT.' ) A. J. Thomas
CUMdBn.% Jr. Training Unions every Wednesday afternoon Corner 10th and McMahon upon sure # seeks 'lvo'i- cuatoityof : ( Aa Clerk of said Court

itherr .6:1 directed by J. T.LwajMLvfor 3:15: in the Educational Building be at this little church at this fI minor children. PTadford Cnunly Py Myrtle T, .Deaver' Deputy CIr:
In J. R. Bible School-10 A. M. time and do not make Telegraph etiall publish...this. Order T, Frank i andrum. Stark. ;
> "" "training: church under the direction of Mrs. any plans In next four weekly I. .. Attya. for Pit tilt\ 4t IIStn ...
en&r hlp". Regular mid-week Wain wright. All children be- Preaching-11 A,, M. and. 7:30: ,,for the new year until you hear Witness my hand and official neat ____ .
at Htnrke, Florida, this December '"
rvleaat 7:15: on Wednesday tween the ages of 6 and 12 are', P. M. this sermon. We have never heard lath 1050 Florid.I.Clrrnlt Ce.rt.tkaneerr.Klva nrafr4. Caeaty. 'sunsrM

>thi tliatf message by the Pastor cordially Invited. _, Prayer Meeting and Bible Study A sermon on this subject In fact, I-- (OFFICIAL Aa REAL Clerk> A.of J said, Thomas Court : Monroe lie Maters( Plaintiff tIMJQ

id|quarterly business meeting each Wednesday 7:30: P. 10[. have never heard of anyone using Py Haven Crosby Deputy Clerk VH Pendant James Rlehard IA Cnee MaHtera No. Bins De _III
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1h ving: CHURCH OF GOD' Everyone welcome.AHUARK this for a subject so wa will UH T. Frank r"ndrulII. Starke! Fie Order at Pnblleallon. An* < le. T*
I'lf. /
Attya. for 13 S3 4t lll
.... Mgr
Hobert' Bryant Is pictured above A. NrTK <>r- KI.OKItl' TO.
A. cordial Invitation Is extended 8th &: St. Clair Sts. do our best to go and sea just JatneM Rlrhard D. Mantera. whose .1 o
Sunday School 10 a.m.' BAPTIST CHURCH what Is to be said about the 1 holding a 16>4 pound coon baggedon In Tlrevlt!.Coort.. Bradford Conaty renldenc:. et in 1 Unknown;
an Vlorlilal hancerr :
> required
tiV'Joln In the ,
worship sercc hawk and the hen. I a hunt recently near the Conway You to appear on I
Albert Jarkaon
Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sunday School, 9:43: : A. M. AnderHnn Plaintiff January. IK, Iftffl, In the above named
First .. .
oft v Jean Luis Andemon, D..r."da..t.Ca.
Baptist Church and Sunday Evening Service 1:30: p,m Morning Worship, 11 A. !o[. Airpark. Bryant and his hunt. .. No tJn! Court and caua, wherein plaintiff $1 0

\Joy; to? TOU8lc from the "singing I Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m Evening Service 7:30 P. M. Ing companion Gary Reddish finally Order. ot P.""...t..ai A.d Notice To Telearaph)eeka dlvoro shall* puhlliih Bradford this Counts Order
!I.i'fi4; : '7:30 treed the three hours App.... ni'ATH' OF FI.OIU.TO.. 'In next four weekly laauea.Wttneaa I
weni' \ ; Prayer Meeting Thursday p.m. Prayer Meeting every Thursday PINE LEVEL Jean l.nln Anden.nn. whoee reeldonoa hand and trivial peal! 7S
T ... evening- 7:30: o'clock after their dogs spotted him. They let; % III.... Blame Mul van, All"l.e, at Htarke,my FlorldA I I this I December I

-L. G. Hemingway Pastor say It Is an unusually large sped Kentucky-: 14. 19KO
Yon to
are required on
By Mrs. II. M. McRao appear OFFICIAL, !REAL A. J ThimaAa
Rev. Lewis D. Halnes, PastorEIasT men.--Photo by Tony Stevens.HAMPTON. January Sfflh, 1951, In the abovenamed ( Clerk of paid, Court I
Court and cause, whreln NONIIED P01N12&te4tooh
CATHOLIC CHURCH Hy Myrtle T. bearer, Deputy Clerk
aeeka divorce. IIr..d'ord4'o..nly
We had good attendance at Sun T. Frank T.a.ndrum, Htark. Fla.
Telegraph shell publish lidsOrder
Sunday Mass 9:15: a.m. Atty. for Plf hits, 4t 116
BAPTIST CHURCH Starke day school and church Sunday In next four weekly lanueaWltneHN .
Suaday School .11 a.m. my hand and oftl..I.I..1at <'1 nrirMNOTICF
with member added to the .
one Htarke Florida, this December27th.
Week Mass 8:30 13 HKKKIir: OIVFV:- TO
" Day : am. .
.rson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town linn
church .
for membership.Mrs. Ar ( WHOM IT MAY CONCERN that
" C. 3.
Bible Study Is every Wednea- Byfr" M. Sweeney IO.'FIC1ALllflJAr. A. Thomas
PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 day W. E. Hall Is visiting relatives Aa Clerk of .ald Court the underalvned of ha.the been Katat a""olnt"1Aflmlnl.tr..hor "r .
I)p ;! By Haven' Croeby. Deputy Clerk rOVNMIM MS]
at Macon Ga., this week. Alan Hmlth: Richard D Bennett dereaeed. any
rvr v Congratulations c. Winter! Jr., 101 BuildIna and and
' Mrs. T. N. Norman and son, Jacksonville, Florida rllnfdr".coa'.dh: : ; ere. FOR SALE AT
tn file their
SERlIONS11:00 A.M.. 7:30 P.M. of Mr. and Mrs Carleton Chastain Attya. for Pit, Jain| 4t 111* sworn statements of aci-nuntii with
Gerald Hellbronn were guestsof
y,School 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:15 P.lI.t St. and Temple Ave announce the arrival of their .. the 1..1.l ..'.... In .... forIli th. County Judge of.Bradford Coun
her the H. M. McRae'sSunday. .
WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY 7:30 P.M. Sunday School 9.43: : a. m.; MornIng parents. second child a son, Thomas Carleton 1'141'FRY.NOTI'I'1..tdfonl: .(:omr<.. 1"......... IJtT ty, "montha 101'1"". within from first.1..hI8'rmhllretlonof .. calendar Bradford County
Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic this notice or the same will b*
Jr., on Wednesday, Dec. 27 In IH HEREIN OIVR. that
t-rr r t j j j j j j r_r r r j j jr f jj j jr jj* jj r r r jrf j j j rr Service 7:00: p. m. Everyone Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae and Alachua under and by virtue of that certain b rred bv Htatutea of Llntltatone.! TelegraphflJBE
Hospital, Gainesville. and all debtors unto the underHlitned -
r I 11:00: A.M.: "Who Shall We Follow?" welcome eon Arley were visitors of Mrs circuit Decree of Court Partition for I"radford entered County In the Admlmntrator4t pay .

:J. E. McRae at the Naval Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Cray Jr.. attended Florida In (Chancery on nth day. 4t IIS Itlrhard B.nnett Jr

7:30 P.M.: "Matchless Grace"A CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Jacksonville. Friday.Mr. the wedding on New Years action of December.of Partition A. 11151)therein,pending In an

OF LATTER DAY SAINTS and Mrs. B. M. McRae and night of Miss Grace Roberta and wherein T. A. Oravea, Onle OravoaMulllvan

Services each.Sunday In USO at family were guests of Mr. and John Bible in Olin Graven, Pelton firs,.".,
Tampa liiinla Oravea. Hrouvhton are com
. Friendly Invitation From A Temple Tenth Sts. Sunday Mrs. Henry Groover and familyat Mrs. Edith Van Alstine bas asher plalnanta: and Leon Wynn and \ \\ SERVICE} STORE
Oua defendanta. ana
Wynn by
are '
,' Friendly Church 18 Extended To All School 10 a. m. Sacrament Ser Umatllla Sunday and Monday.I' guests from Michigan Mrs virtue of an Order of aald, Courttherein

,. .. vice 0:30: p. m. Public cordially The young people of Pine Level Bertha Mulling and her brother, made appointed the underaln by said Court Commlealonera .

j. I Invited. Baptist Church will meet with the. Francis Trotter, who arrived Friday will offer for Hale and will eell young people at Johnstown Baptist
night for an extended visit
Symptoms of Distress ArJllnll-'rom STARKE. FLORIDA
Church next .
. LONG BRIDGE REVIVAL and Mrs. Robert Friday.Mr. Myrick and Mrs. T. F. Brown Emory and STOMACH ULCERSDUE
STATE FARMBy Frank Brown returned to their OPEN 6 A.M. TILL 10 P.M.
daughter Kathy Mr. and Mrs. H.
home on Monday after spending EXCESS ACID
M. McRae and Mr and Mrs. B. M. "r ..
TWO GLORIOUS WEEKS Mrs. Bryan \MiltfleId/ Myrick spent New Years day with a Mrs.week Gordon in Miami Weest and with family Mr and QUICK RELIEF OR NO COSTOver

Mrs. Sue Myrick at Lake Geneva. Ronald McKawen of New Jersey Let us SIL-I-KLEEN your car

;" DECEMBER'31 TO JANUARY 14 En route from their home In Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis spent Is the guest of his brother: by the new Silicone process The new

Gastonia, N. C., for a vacation In New Years day with their son-in- and four million bottlea of (ha w........
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. J. to
S TaaATMamr have been aold for relief ofymptameordmtreaearlalnii way lasting car beauty. $7.50
ROUTE 100 10 MI. EAST OF STARKEEvangelist
: Cuba. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lanier law and daughter Mr. and ,Mrs. J. McKowen. from__

were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and family at Mr. and Mrs William Knabb, of Peer and Dneaenal Di.ei.e.Ulc.. Seur...due or Ueel.to laeeee Stetnech AeM_, 0 WATERPROOF O Corrosion Resistant

W. E. Feagle at noon Sunday. Brooker. Macclenny were Sunday visitorsof --'- ..--. Sleea ...-.. ete.. Pure Tires Tubes Batteries
Dr. and Mrs. D. L. Nix and their Friends of Mrs. Johnny Nettles Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Wiggins.Miss due lo Eaeeea Art*. A..k for "..111_. ,
Mo .
>efe"which annlalna this remarkSol
fully -
and to hear of her serious And Accessories
children spent the New Year holidays sorry Ruth Sibley of Thereasa *borne treataiaufc-free-al

with relatives In Commerce Illness. She is a patient in a Tam spent Sunday night and Monday KOCH DIIL'O STORE

Georgia. pa Hospital.Mr. --- -

Mr. and Mrs. W Willams and and Mrs. Earl Goodman of
visited Mr. and Mrs A J.
Miss Betty Williams returned on NEW
Wednesday from Draper N. C., Fender and family Thursday night ,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Groover of .
where they visited Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Brooker of Mrs. B. M
were guests
H. Hundley during the holiday
season. McRae Saturday.
A large crowd attended the
Bernard and Jim Frank Jordan
i3 Y New Year Watch Service at Pine
xe fr
of the University of Alabama
Level Church Sunday night. "
Tuscaloosa, and of Alabama Poly
Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall and GREAT
technic Auburn respectively who
several other members of Pint
were with Gainesville relatives
Level Church attended the Fellowship .
during the holidays were visitor ., :
meeting at Branford last ,
of Mr. and Mrs Bryan Whitfield .
and Friday.CARPENTER'S. .
and of other Farm friends last Thursday

Tuesday.Mr. '
and Mrs. R. W. Brannen had ;
4 wi as their supper guests Tuesday. .
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Collins and

children Mr. and of Mrs.Waldo.Emory Townsendand PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS make these Advance-Design Trucks !

son Tucker, of Ocala spent

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dave

i Thornton.MSgt.;; and Mrs. O. B. Thompson -

and their children, Becky Sue YOUR GREAT BUY!

and Peggy Lee returned! to their

home at Ft. Bragg, N. C., after ? .

A. C. FEIGERT having been holiday visitors of

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier..

President of The Fishers of Men Guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L.

Williams from Tuesday until

f Thursday of last week were Mr --

y, Jan.._7_.Church Night. A reward will be and Mrs. B. M. Williams and ON-TIIE-MINIT SERVICE Great Features Everywhere You Look

r'r;; given to the person who has been a church Marlon Williams of Orange Beach, PHONE .

l member for the longest time. Subject: "Were Ala.Mrs. Day 64 Night OftlAT' EMCMI FfATURISTw Single-Unit Roar Axis Housing 4-StIMd Synchro-Moon a Urjo Door Opening
You There C. F Edwards arrived recently -
When They Crucified My Lord? TrwwnIItIon.I.( ., AO-Around Cab Visibility
'L Now Twin-Action Roar BraktoNow
from Miami for Grist Engine*
extended C
an _,4". ._"., .Wide Range of Spring" Side Held Ov.rV.r'nH..d
Monday "' Door Open. by *
Jan..8_-.,Lake_ Butler Night. Subject: stay with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. e Efficiency Cantor
"Where Are The Dead Blue-Ram Coflib4istloa Dual-Shoo Parking Brake CHEAT CAB AND BOOT
_, ? Feagta. (....." *V>r eiWeltt, a Sturdy Stool Construction
Sunday Frank McCoy came from Let Us Thorou&hlrWuh a CarburetorPerfected FIATURCSNow '
Tues., Jan. 9 Preachers Coollna.Specialized Now Tarque-Actlf/n Brake Unit-Design\ BodiesPtekUp
Night. "Can a :
: MayesvIIe S. C. to visit Mrs. Lola ,,
III. *>xr-( Vontlpano In Cb .
jjjgp t I Know I Am Saved?" C 4-Wiy Lubrication Bodies with flush Skid
Johnson. He was accompanied by Your Clothes C Thermostatic Heat Control root-Operated Parking' Brake e fI. -Mountld Cab Strip

Wed., Jan. 10 "The Meanest Man in Long Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge McCoy .Cum.Ground Cast Riley'Iron Piston rie e'' e ,Improved, FuM-WWtli. Soata .e 'Insulated Pans! Bodies

Bridge." Miss Beulah McCoy Mr. Ergle and B Ponarte .Steering Column Coarthlfl Adjustable| Seat Assures hope. e Extra-Strong Stake Bodies.

9 Mr. Baker of Sumter S. C., who GREAT' CHASSIS KATUHXSRugged. (ieel,> mil*. I tfttt treeeelotatl 1 Eye Level ruA-Wldth Gravel Shield

., Jan. 11 "Is the Devil Real Who Is lie? after having breakfast with Mrs. For 40c! Rigid Frame Ono-Ploc render

Where Is He?" Johnson went on to Miami coming FREE Bleach If Desired I Hypoid Roar Axles Counterbalanced Alligator-Jaw Hood
back Tuesday for Mr. McCoy d pn
FrlS Jan. 12 Youth Night. The Life Story of for their return to their Carolina- IAY1J tlt

*& the Evangelist. homes. 0
n :
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Barkley and ('sy aat a1valRrrt IN Os1 taAa ear eTxta inert

S&nday, Jan. 14" "When Will We Have World their children Margo and Mike, We Win

Peace? of Jacksonville: were supper

guests of Mr, and Mrs. W. O. Dry Your Clothes

SPECIAL MUSIC EVERY NIGHT Stringfellow on New Tear' Day.
For 20c



,? All Services Begin at 730 P.M. By Sir*. J. L StrickUnd

EVERYONE WELCOME Mrs Richard Lang visited relatives The Washeteria TOR ODE CHEVROLET CO.

In Lutz last week. She took Tempi Ave Stark
!the two smaJlo children :Millie.

and Tommle, with her. Jlmmin PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL & COURT STREETSIAMG

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11-} UAN 5-19 51 'I


II-IIAuditor's Report -- City of Starke, Fla. -- Fiscal Year -- October 1, 1949 -- September 30, liS 1 lj



As a special phase of this audit, electric and .f I'
George W. Dandelake ASS ET S TOTAL GENERAL LIGHT AND P.r'sa:;: : water I
readings were verified In the fleU during the '
i'' Certified Public Accountant CURRENT: ASSETS: CITY FUND WATER FUND erase regular

Tax AttorneyJacksonville Cash on Hand and In Bank .'. Schedule A-l 21,394.01 2546.21 14,590.12 .,2 7.68 periods In October and November, 1950. A total sample I' '

Florida _I It Accounts Recelvable-Mowlnl' and Grading Schedule A.2 116.03 116.03 proximately 20% of all accounts was covered, represent

t Accounts Recelvable.UtllIty COn.umers-Current Schedule A.3 11.8-2.61& 11,842.61 both residential and commercial installation The dt
': December Eleventh > ';<%.., ,! < 293.86 nieter,0had ,,
Ace. A-4
Due. Schedule
? : Recelvable-UttUty Conllumers-Put 293.86
( ,i*
advance knowledge of the fact that
'f 1-950 *' > ; :' Unpaid Paving .Aase sments Schedule .A.5 8209.61 8,209.61. be f

To The Honorable Uncoil 1949 Real &: Personal Property Taxes Schedule A-6 690.80 690.80 Of. panted by an auditor during the October period, but the x l I

, City Council and Mayor, Uncollected Dcllquent Real and Personal ber visit was a complete surprise 'R"

\ Property Taxes, 39-11)4S SChedule A.-7 11.837. 11,837.34 ,
,i Starke, Florida. r "J With the exception of three or four easily made en1 :,

, TOTAL CURRENT ASSETS 54384.28 23,400.01 .26726.59: 4,2:17.68: reading one digit (I!."., an error of 10,000 or 100,000 in npso)
LIABILITIES AND SURPLUS meter readings) carried forward from month to month &;;:''erel.
In accordance with your request, I have, except as qualified CURRENT LI.\BIUTIES: v .,' original error, and corrected upon discovery, all readlngiJL1

,i in the accompanying comments which are Incorporated in .Due M. H. Rhodes, Inc. on Parking :Meter .. found to be accurate, and in line with recorded reading miar

'; and are an Integral part of this report, made a detailed audit Purchase Contract. Schedule A-S 933.18 33.18 previous month, taking Into account average, typical\, 3rt48cn
"' Florida, for Account Receivable Credit Balance Schedule A-3 11.30 ; 11.30"
of the accounts and records of the City of Starke ." 11ariel'
\ able consumption of electric current or water
I, the fiscal year which ended September! 3D, 1950, and accordingly Consumers'', Utility Deposits ..., t' "Schedule A.3 7,717.00 7,717.00.. during the-1,

il present the Exhibits and Schedules as Indexed In the Index Notes Payable-Florida Bank at Starke I Schedule A-9 13,300.00 13,500.00 '. Both meter-readers were accurate and speedy in their '..oma

fr! immediately preceding this 'Better of transmittal.The Accrued Interest on Notes Payable Schedule A.9 21.M 21.:16: With the exceptions mentioned below, every electri and Tog*

",J office employees of the City Government and other TOTAL LIABILITIES I ? ; ? I. 22189.04 13527.56 7.128.30 933.18 installation visible or discoverable by the auditor In the It.te'1'

with whom I worked were exceptionally SURPLUS : :! 32.19:1.24: 9,872.4S 18,998.29 3324.50 metered and crroI .
employees of the City ; of town sampled was represented by a meter.
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND SURI'LUS 54384.28 23400.01 "I an
26,726.59 4,2:1168:
cooperative and helpful to my staff and me during the course ; the readers books.
i( : '. .. ;1: EXHIBIT "A' ni.'corida

express _- _
t -- -:1: coGEN.RAL

f In the pages comprising the body of this report, I have, STATEMENT'OF i "CASH" ON HAND IN' BANK-ALL FUNDS : CITY FUN\\) ST.\TElfoIENT OF CASH' RECEIPTS r In

"' In my humble opinion, prepared a most complete report; pre- PERCENTAGE eper
that It may be understood by'your ", boll
pared In such a manner : OF TQTAL
citizens without the necessity of a"n educational background I. 20.41% 1949-19 Real Estate!: and Personal." ayi4,,

': mathematics or accounting; moreover I i 43 Robi;
j In finance, higher Property Taxes Collected (Sch. B.la) 19,095.04
Cash on Hand, September 30, 1950
have adhered strictly to acceptable municipal accounting procedure 95.27 )>> :, ,05:>> Overcollectlons of 1949-19riO Taxes ,9:02:
r Cash In Florida Bank at Starke: ,"> :: i> C thr'
made It '
records necessary .
where the accounting
except (Schedules B-la and B-lb) 46.23
I, Balance P> Bank, September 30, 1950 W/ 2785.23 "
to depart from acceptable pcactlce because of the accounting { ., .45:>> Delinquent Real Estate and Personal cceln

r- system employed. Less: Outstanding Checka'i.. ; .. (. Property Taxes Collected (Schedule B.la)
No. 13768 4.10 'yt' : ... 4. .., 419.44 Wolt
'f '. ) 'a\ 7,' ,\<,' ., \.J
Licenses, Fees and Permits:
I. .' ?
No. 15469: 23.79 .. { ( cleue
.r.lP? .
Respectfully, ,, .
"' 4.73 1949-19 Occupational Licenses 4,426.00
'" ''' ed to
No. 1574 45.00 bNo. t \i;
.52 1950.1951 Occupational Licensee 486.50:
'v' leai
13749! 43.40 "' ''
George W. Dandelake No. 13750 40.00 ,< ., .. ; '.",. .12 Dog Licenses 113.00 t oorOl
ACCOUNTANT. r i -: Pound Fees
I No. 13731: : 35.00. .' ? 't.-: 1 ( .
w No. 13,752: '.: ..',. -0' .,..... .28 Building Permits 264.00 They
38.00 c'
: 'i'j\\\ \<.,,. ,, ; .33 Plumbing and Electric Permits 331.00 ulon
No, 13753: :. .,. -
0 33.00 : "
No. 15754 ;?,,1t7r.' 'f':1' :(; { ;, :<,\ rr .16 Sewer Tap Fees 148.00 s hIf
35.00 ; .
;\: {' .i'f\ f:: r .67 House ,
; Moving 623.00
Balance, Cash In Bank 2,450.94 'f: : '"., Total Licenses, Fees and Permits .6,402.00 .

I Accounts in thla classification' totaling $11,842.61, represent, .Total, Cash on Hand and In Bank, General City Fund k .*''2,546.21r I' 'ply! 3.89 Fine and Bonds ", ; I r''3.638.73e4"U
I :' .H Parking Meter Violations
", September net charges of $11,808.62 and unpaid August charges v'j .' 131.00
LIGHT AND WATER FUND v ,; 1.1& Paving Assessments CollectedC... J, .. Wolf
N In the amount of $33.99. No present consumer has an unpaid .. < ; t l,08'.OJ efem.
)' charge older than the August date. 'The utilities of the six consumers Cash on Hand, September 30, 1950'' > 112.32 \.,' .20 Lease of City Property 18:1.00: ther
.W .31 J '
with unpaid August charges were disconnected for nonpayment Cash in Florida Bank at Starke"! {/ Mowing and Grading : nl.90 I1Cc

fi on September 18, 19 0.I' .... Balance Per Bank September '30. '1950 'f -, 14.477.80 ,t.., \,: '.. .08 Qualifying Fees, City Election I .... 72.00 r ot:

Total Cash on Hand and In Bank, .' ,'" V; :" '. .03 Advertising COlltll Recovered (Schedue B.la) I 32.18 bru

::1 Light and Water Fund -; M". .09! Insurance Claims Collected 78.13 A.I'"
I 14,590.12PARKINO .03 Concrete Pipe and Dirt Sold
\4 '; 32.10 t on
\j ACCOUNTS RECEIVA LI'1.UTILITY' CONSUMERS PAST-DUE METER FUND I r"' ;, .01. Sale of City Maps t, 10.0 .;.;:,;:;,.
,01 Miscellaneous '-' rl ,""' 'w
I \ ; 6114
These accounts represent balances due from former consumers Cash on Hand, 'September 30, 1950 .Q 8.91. Utility Tax ., 8,342.11 epi

; none of these debtors are at present receiving utility service. Cash in Florida Bank at Starke: >' 23.29 Cigarette Tax '; v 21,793.31 n I

\ Of the total amount, $122.88 are charges' of the past fiscal year Balance Per Bank/ September 30. 1930 4,257.63 4.51 City's Portion of Road and '&

i and $170.98 are charges of previous years; the earliest date indicated Total Cash on Hand &: In Bank Parking Meter Fund 4,257.63 Bridge Fund from Count 4.224.2G The

: August,.1947. $f; Grand Total Cash On Hand And In Bank, All Funds To Exhibit "A" 21,394.01Schedule 29.39 Transfer from City Light and 1m1I''
) Water Fund ,ISla:
27,500.00 ,
'. A-1 I i 100.00% TOTAL CASH RECEIPTS, GENERAL CITY FUND 93,376.43n1 era]

CASH RECEIPTS Schedule B-1 8dM

__ Statement of Cash Disbursements Police Department ryr
GENERAL CITY FUND- All recorded receipt of cash, as STATEMENT OF CASH DISBURSEMENTS Statement of Cash Dl burselllen -8tree-t A Garbage Dtf '

evidenced by duplicate receipt forms, numbered license stubs, tax POLICE! DEPARTMENT DISBUSEMENTS: RECREATION Mrs.
receipts, etc. were traced to bank deposits or to cash on hand. Street and Garbage Dept. Dlsbunementss alto,

There was"a cash shortage In this fund of $1.74. Salaries and Wage. RECREATION DEPT: DISBURSEMENTS: Salaries and dth''
f W. E. Thornton 2.560.00M. Wage.:
LIGHT AND WATER FUND The Individual cash stubs Unawra
I I M. Morgan 2,423.00 Athletic Equipment and
Supplies S.
51.47 R Hicks
for each and every light and water bill collected during the fiscal t 2,846.00
I I E. L. McKnight 2.233.33 Improvement of High School
Athletic Field O.
628.42 C. Geiger
year were examined and totaled. The total so obtained was 2,433.93 Ouge r>
A. L. Alvarez 1.867.60 Total Recreation Dept. Disbursements To .
f total Schedule B-2 679.89 John Spence Mrs.cles
I compared with the receipts recorded In the cash receipts 2,188.38

Journal and found to exceed the latter ,by $17.52. This discrepancy Billy Overstreet 1.369.30 Schedule B-!d Merren Clay Lazenbee 2084.38 ,ll e 1
Bert Johns 1 1 760.02 '
probably arises from the fact that cash stubs were stamped"Paid" 1. Walter Pierce 1,894.63
Leonard E. Colson :333.00 clan
with a dating' machine that was not working properly and DONATIONS: Tommie F Edwards 1866.23
J. L. Silcox ,, 434.93 Isaiah any
did not give the date of the .month on which bill was paid: x' Hardenbrook 1.853.13
Levy Norman 433.49: Utilities Pd. 'by City for Churches Clubs Etc. 1381.42 R.. K. Scarbro irtstuttt.
thus the only way to determine whether the bill was paid after 1.826.00
Herbert Thomas J 163.34 Chamber of CommerceWoman's 11e1t.
the tenth of the month and thus not susceptible to the 10%, discount 600.00 Edwin Smith 1814.30 .
Clarence C. Hutchinson 138.63 Club .
on the electric portion of the bill, was to rely on a pencil 430.00 Stone 1 1.751.73 cwtiIsalo
W. C Rhoden 2 .00. Bradford Health Clinic
v J 1,875.02High Lucius Williams
mark placed on the stub by the clerk Indicating gross amount 1,389.38''
Harvey Fowler f 10.68 School Band Uniforms Charles
1 paid rather than net. Thus, errors In the marking of only avery 250.00 Kldd 175.00
Total Salaries and Wages 13,021.34Court Farm Bureau Cow Contellt.r Fred Drk;;
few of these stubs or the auditor's misinterpretation of Indistinct *. 23.0O StarlingHerman 175.00 4'c
Calls-Vlayor X : 611.00 Tuberculosis Association -
1 markings, would easily account for this relatively small 10.00 Geiger 1 3.73 oft 1<
Meals for Prisoners 371.23 Society for Crippled Children 3.00 Ottls Geiger ,
difference.In .
70.00 ]I
Medical Care for Prisoners 16.00 TOTAL DONATIONS To Schedule B-2 4,396.44 R. H. Bryan
addition to the above examination, all cash receipts for Jail Maintenance and 28.00 &dq
.' Repair 16.34 H. Fowler '
utilities for one month were checked to the credit postings on the Uniforms \ '' 317.25: Schedule 17.:10-: :,:
B-Z Total Salaries
individual consumer's ledger account.. It was thus determined and Wages ,,1iDftd
Telephone 146.30
f that all credits for payment of light and water charges during'the Electricity for Traffic lights 50.98 Materials (Cement Pipe Asphalt : .1'

test month were supported by the actual receipt of cash. Supplies 61.09 'Street Signs Etc.) s $461f"'H'.

All other recorded receipts for this fund, as evidenced by"duplicate Purchase of New Equipment (Shotgun) I 50.00 STATEMENT OF CASH DISBURSEMENTS/! Tools Equipment Repair and Parts 2.368 .

o receipts for consumers utility deposits and cash stubs for Auto Repair and Maintenance 121.98 and Supplies 1d8o: .te

miscellaneous Items were totaled and found to be In exact agreement Scooter Rental 90.00 ADMINISTRATIVE.: OFFICE AND GENERAL Gas and Oil and Lubrication 92015 .y.
Tires and
with the cash receipts as recorded In the journal. 'Scooter Repair -. 23.79 'Administrative, Office and General Disbursements: State Truck Tubes 5 i 1
Professional Investigation Services 88.00 IOU'' ti*

Exchange on Colson Case 3 .00 Salaries and Sewage Disposal Tank Repair Iolli fit
f Power for
CASH DISBURSEMENTS Purchase of Building (School Guard Shelter) 100.00Parking MovingHouse Sewage Lift. 46)y .

Meters: City Council: :ypwnd

All cancelled checks were examined and compared with the New Equip. Coin Counter &: Carrying Ass. 203.20 James Lewis 360.00 Sidewalk Surveyors' and Engineer's. Fees 2,857Am%

disbursements journal entries as to amount sfnd payee; they were Parts and Supplies :3.43 H. A. Bishop. Jr. 360.00 .'t'P. St. Paving Glen ConstruCtion-Bradtord O. Engineering Co 1,103Ii**'lnl*

also 'checked for proper signatures and endorsements. Petty 203.63: L. Bridges 360.00 Total Searing and Co. (Shed ale B-2c) 15810
cash vouchers were examined and expense distribution checked. Total Police Dept. Disbursements to Schedule B-2 13,323.93 L. O. Hazen. 360.00 4 and Garbage Department Disbursement J1 gen 1e

All "miscellaneous" accounts In all funds were analysed and the Schedule B-2a W.T. Jackson 330.00 To Schedule' )B-2 St,499"1,

items contained therein distributed to appropriate expense ac- L. A. Canova 30.00 1800.00

counts. All such disbursements were found to be supported by Statement ef Cash Dlsburseraenta lire DepartmentFIRE City Clerk: Schedule B-Sc torruis

vouchers properly approved for payment by the City Council, In DEPARTMENT DISBURSEMENTS: Carl Johns fol

the case of General City Fund disbursements, or by the Board of 1,320.00 LIGHT AND WATER FUND halriIrsYj

Bond Trustees, In the case of Light and Water Fund disbursement Salaries and Wages: Board of Bond Trustees:

C. W. Pickett 2.U9.CH' M. O. L. Beasley 140.00 t. STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS Utah

D. W. Carpenter 2233.10 .: R. F. Demorest 140.00 Elect61 Current 103.8MAw(

Edgar W. Wilkinson ,I" 1,701.42 h George' B. FJynn 120:00: Water 21. Ill' f.!

For the Information of the council specifically Included In R. A. Eberle .0 '. 269.92 George 20.00 420.00 Utility Tax 5."rom." -0IlOVO'

the verification of meter readings were the Installations of the A. J. Gordon ') ''. t:.h ', 102.00 :- Office Employees: TransfersReconnections tftttus1M'

following city officials and employees: J. A. Bell M.OO Carolyn Kinney Redgrave 720.00

City Council: H. K. Lamon */. "' 74.00 Sharon HallDorothy 23.00 "- Supplies SoldInsurance --;;;r

Jerry Lawson 34.00 Cggers 22t'l1.It
J. A. Lewis Residence Electric & WaterP. 53.00 798.00 Claims!
Sullivan Collected
Percy 48.00 Total Salaries and Wages
L. Bridges Residence Electric & Water C. J. Schaefer ".00' Insurance 4338.00 Service Deposits Received To :;
L. O. Hazen Residence Electric & Water
2.593.24 3.84Jt.\.t'
G. ,
J. 34.00 Legal Fees and Recording Cash Overage
Apartment 1 Electric 1486.95
Carl Ritch ; L IS.OO Bulk Oas 011 and Total -
for Use of Cash Receipt. ,
Apartment 2 Electric W. H. Yawn 23.00 All City Light and Water Fund [

H. A. Bl.hop, Jr. Residence Electric & Water E. A. Davis .0 23.00 Departments 2.569.33 To Exhibit "B" 13 .0J6taWl*!.
William T. Jackson Residence Electric & Water O.W. Davis Keroeene for Heating City Buildings 148.24 "Io
Mayor: 21.00 Christmas Gifts to City Employees ScheduleB3
O. D. Priest U.OO 180.00 .:ten:
J. R. Walnwrlght Residence Electric & Water. K. C. Grider Telephone and Telegraph .
r 14 TO -.Jour
Lights and Water :
City Clerk; City Hall
Victor Lamb T.OO Janitor 401.96 STATEMENT OF CASH .5.V
Carl Johns Residence Electric Water R. M. Stuart Service DISBURSEMENTS
Electric 2100 Office Supplies and 112.31 '!Tb,
Sign Printing
Total l Salaries and Wages OFFICE AND GENERAL
.' Motor Court Electric 7.234.43 Newspaper fane
<((3< meters) Uniforms Advertising Official Notice. 377.87

Motor Court Water U( metere) Equipment 96.31 Inspectors, General Election 120.00 Delinquent County Taxes on Pumpln. Station 1c'\',\

Store I Electric WaterEmployees 70.25 Preparation of 1949-1950 Tax Roll Refund Building Permit 10
Supplies; Part and Chemicals 230.00: Refund Bond Ju:
169.80P4.00. Preparation of 19 O-1951 Tax Roll '
: Telephone Work 250.00 Cash Shortage orm
on Delinquent .
Taxes j
Carolyn K. Redgrave-Clerk's office R.... Electric & Water Lights and Water 34.83 Annual Audit 150.00 .be .

R. 8. Wasdln Meter Reader Res. Electric& Water Fire Truck-Gas, oil and Repairs 122.67: Florida League of Municipalities 425.00 TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE' OFFICE *" GENERAL ;hey
Berry Johns-Light A Water Plant Res. Electric& Water Fire House Improvement and Repair 338.98 Office Repairs and Maintenance i :50.00 DISBURSEMENTS To Schedule B-2 14,1fl.

W. B. Thornton Police Ren. Electric & Water Building Inspector 206:00: Trade Account Overpaid 40.33 '

K. L. McKnight Police Re.. Electric 01: Water Picture 4.00 Box Rent and Postage 23 59 Schedule B-2f {i,Tapp

M. M. Morgan Police R.Electric bt Water Total Fire Dept. Disbursements To Schedule B-2 8.6 3.34Schedule : Safe Deposit Box 7:00: ,

A. L. Alvarez Police Res. Electric '" Water 3.60 it*
B-Sb There Is a comply! '
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Schedule B-2t (cootlaae4 bottom next cot) the City T'

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