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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 4, 1952
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Body Of Man Drowned In Swann Lake BRCOUNTflflECPH




Still Not Recovered; Search ContinuesVernie Single: C



Thomas, 30. resident of eight hours when a troop trans Official County Publication Established In 1879 CopyVQLUME

Melrose and a nephew of Mrs. C. I port, on which he was a passengerwas

G. Barksdale of Starke, was sunk during World War II. _

drowned Tuesday afternoon be- As the boat continued circlingIn SEVEXTY-THIUIE STARKK FLORIDA. FRIDAY JAMR\' I. 195 .

the lake for time after the XI limit T\\ tXTFI- -V
tween 4 and 5 o'clock in Swann some


Lake It .is reported that Thomas was Thomas accident,might it is have considered been injuredby that P. 0. Receipts < Hayes To Seek Bids To Be Asked ![ State Board Gives

thrown Into the lake about 75 the propeller of the boat as he

yards off shore, when his boat.powered fell into the water Assessor PostE ',

by a new 22 HP motor A thorough bCSTh of the lake. Show Small Gain On Camp Railroad

that he was trying out got out of both by boats and airplanes has

control and went into a "spin". I so far failed to locate Thomas j l Starke Top Priority

His wife was on the shore of I body. Maps of the area reveal j' During 1951Another Late This Month

the lake fishing when Thomas was I that Swann Lake has a depth of! I I

thrown from the boat and wentto 67 feet in some part*. I

called for Thomas is survived by his wife ,. For
get aid when he help. local buiuported i > i :f'c! 'atioiii!! f.- api Hospital FundsYouths

But before another boat could te: and small daughter Verna: his increased sales dwiuj: t" 1 1tue miles of railroad

called to the scene. Thomas had father. Leon Thomas. and a sister. calendar year of 1931. Th I.- newell i ,' into Camp Blandingn

beneath the sUrface Mrs. Arrhw Yeomans. all of Melrose ,.
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disappeared known establishment locatedat complete until Janua -

He was said to be a good swimmer. lie operated the Santa Fe I the corner of Walnut and Jefferson ', 'l! R. W. Pearson of the Arrested Survey Indicates Need For 50-Bed

and at time remained afloat Service Station at Melrose r-i .'
one Streets and owned b, a \irny I Enmneeis office in

I gentleman named Uncl' San I". ,!Ii!,.. told the TelegrapiiI Hospital Commissioners Are Toldtarh
I ,

Billy Matthews 1 Berries RipeningAt I Starke During post 1951 office total were sales:r>29 d'7!K} 'he 58. \ ,..' 11",'I-' fiir bids should go out In Thefts Here t' !is Kin1' of :s-ix Florida towns t h..t ha: \ t.' : .< .

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a substantial gain over rue i that. Col. Pearson said an "A"prioritx ( the highet ) rating for coiMniit: t .

I 527.572.61 total reported in 1950 r<1. .\ railroad will be an ex- Two Mni'hs' : -' '.site bound VIT hospital: facilities: under the Federal Hospital: Stirs .

Out For Congress t Rapid RateBradford Stamp sales during the December f"\l'I'It'.. the line from the point to up* uit i ourt here this week oncharges structum Act ,\ .t : :

now terminates.
uspur
just j ended totaled $1.33804 of _
an increase breaking and entering This information .
r ,u>- i" the west border of the I u a- I"
over December 19oO: when I .. in connection with thefts from : BHS Will ; a l If-ttei under/ dale of I Ifn I. ,
County strawberriesare 'r! "n on to the warehouse Play
stamp sales totaled 3.929.38 two Starke homes "n '
early the m .tlkl E. Keyes '
in 'I
ai) > ; i *
ripening fast under the warm < inp Blanding. of New I Gainesville
December cancellations now pI ,-!'" interested the evening Year's Eve. Cagers I the Florida State Impr \

January sun and several crates ever showed! a slight de< lnim 1\ I'i'i I I fl, of Blanding in were surprised rM *-- The culprits Raymond Terrell i I Here Tuesday I I' Commission, the agoru II!," .'

have 1951. In December 1950 W" forme Ste wart. 1?, and James Daniel ed
already been harvested by: .all..I-! Hay.-s i < "uniy \ to learn by Governor FulU-i \\.111
I | recently that the
!Nations l totaled 137.iiwhilt'/ December Tax Assessor annoum-d vestei- Brown also 17, both of Jacksonville i B ItS ( teams 'I 1 administer Florida ,,
age
0, ( Cason the county's No. 1 : j original appropriation of $:;,';'2 .OOO are ready to' C'( : I j
gI rowc'r. 1951 saw 131,330 cancellations day that he will offer himself as a hade been t trimmed by will be tried at the spring I i resume their schedules after the 1 Hospital Program
Congress)
i this I l at the Staike post oft ice. candidate for that oftice in tb : $3 noo.ooo. tcim of circuit court here on I holiday lay-off i The Commission's <;111'\, ,
During "scrapping .
I a big volume of fruit period"before comes i coming spring primaries. i Brilev. Wild & Associates of f April 28. They are now being held i j'I The girls will play Alachua I ;I cently completed for U:.

i1 I1 )Olr. Hayes stated that of in the county jail here pending girls this afternoon I | state of Florida
,_ in i growers are asked to pick berries New 1952 Plymouth many Davtona Beach are designing the their Friday at -2 ,: places t t'here 1'> ,
the taxpayers of the have release under $300 bond each p in. in the Admission ,' at 50-bed
county standby utilities at i I' armory. is ho spn i'' r
on two days each.t'ek On Blanding, which '
I I Display Friday encouraged him to again make the will be as set Wednesday by County Judge I il5c, : I ford Count v. the MII\I\
In ready for the
Tuesday and Friday. this advertising
way K
and that he had decided todo K Perryman. The boys A ; would be .' ..
arrangements can'be made for; At Roberts Motors iaee. of bids about the middle of February and B Squads will 'h; foj .1 !1:1,1: !
The
them so only after carefu.l consideration .. name of the third youth was i play Gainesville here Tuesday night : per cent ot' ". !" tal t tm, i I.
handling more satisfactorily I
The for not revealed because of his at 8 o'cloi 1 to loutl,1 I ,
new Plymouth 1952) is : age i : sar.V I ID i equip "
i
at the rrarket. Kemp Bunch & Jackson, JackI -
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on display today< Friday i at the He further states: that his many I onville architects years, which placed him under i The A Squad boys: chalked upi heuThiN !1"' 'iisfi,i'" '.

Mr <-ason brought one crate I totht I showroom of the local dealer. J. P years of experience in that office ''. three warehouses and, are designing jurisdiction of the Juvenile Court i th-i! first victory of the seasonFixjiv ape SIHM'I ill I '. hle I Iprams I',

market before Christmas andrN'E'I.t I Roberts Motors, on Temple Ave in adequately qualifies him ajid that ;I facilities These will headquarters be He was rdt'as'd'edn('!
$14.40 for itto( cents Starke. i if elected, he. promises to give the in advertised nistody of h.s; puvnts and a Jack- '" (< :i -<| raltahan 45-36: The B tie rap!.:.. 'j- as :; :i.
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per pint I I.I I. !'1 A long list of improvements -- same fair and impartial service % as said February or Mai: eh. it i ""i i''ill&' mihtl'" by Judge Perry- Snu! 'i-l! pulled "!lotherklOr)' out htt:;r'tl "II I I". 'iJl1l1. I I,

I Th- ,* more crates were sold by 1 46 in all-has been Incorporated that hr has given in past years | Blanding is one of the five U SCTtnps ;. manBoth of t fie! hat \"h' n they eked out a th' an'a: ::1-I I ,

.- I Mr ('ason last Friday, and they.1 1, in the engine, the brakes the elec- Guy .\ ndrt'i i IWIII')hi nt tax : that to be ftewai and tho !,">-\'t'lr- ..rlo c 3'J-i;: :: \ vei Callahan's B ('I1Itll',
I are
brought $9 per crate. If the warm, trical system. the chassis and to assfso' :- !rot I i 'IM!M,I:tV fur re- pteced on a nW) boy !hil 1'colls in tin Juu1- 1 I q1lt.1: "on !t.' 11'.1' duti Th' 4'S
D. R Billy) Matthews, of standby basis for more couplet I : '
wcat'ifr t holds sway for a few the inside and outside of the l odv' t.li'rt 1""". inb! (oiirt oi Piival Count I thaI t tl 1:. .t
Gainesville, v\ -terday! announ< ,'d l I i reactivation if tho. defense ,- iI'c.Pili : .
days! longer there should be proIgiam The thiee hoys, \v\io! sud to
sev- the are
i of new car j' -
his : :: 1
to the I i
candidacy subject MayDemocratic demandadditional t aini a- t
primaries. for the newly i I I eral! more crates />n the market i The makers claim that the 19"12 i !tlC far ilit il'_ ti 1 habt't'1. i 'turning t to J.t< k.son- March Of Dimes lt,'\\' III.,', ," 1::, III"nuo -

'. platform this weekend. I } Is Still i viltfrom! a fishing trip south, of
'lymout1'iIl Pepper
created Eighth i Congressional I | provide "tht mo-t II' lit !r h' I I. .r\! "

District post on a platform of r Plant City growers shipped gentle ride, the smoothest engine'performance /iie-t! admitted! breaking into, the ,,-t \\ -' [it :

economy and integrity in government 21.376 crates of berries during the I', and the gn-at-st NEWS ABOUT hoies: of F. C. Holhugs\\ "'I t h nnWt I Drive Under 512 I :! 110'1 ; I I'fakir

and the preservation of the I, last week in" December with, prices i saf..tv'er built into a car in the Big 'Questionmark'W'th : SERVICE MEN M i Madison St. and O J. McfSnff 'WayI' t.- I't., ,

American way of life. lowest field." ; 0'. East Call St between <. $ l :'. .111,1 ,
I j! ranging from 20 cents! to 39 cents price "T' I' L': (I- Your' s' t I t. I' ,

The former state legislator who per pint.Feast. I I The nePlymouth has a road) '!i IJi' t'h't" Promotion and l S:30: otlork :)\lonItnight, : I'n i ItS' '!hi '.1.! ...:i tin 1052Man ;.j.t>...! :. ." ,' i : \\ ,,. "' I Itlltl3t
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recently resigned his post as University pltt? ln?. sweeping anpeatan i e. aifI l ; t"3" :PI"t I th' M r p d!i! I- HI] Robert \ Tuttict0:1! : of Rov Neither family was at !home at the I }h oi t I Mm< s vv
of Florida Director of: Of Epiphany I a new standard:: of luxury for in- atti\it\. will UK ? ".!>.' -.h.irplv. now Turner ".f Staike, was mently tune of the i intrusion I I j I weeks arli.'i' than: usual oni.lanuatv ;' 1101l""IJ",I ')Rld'" I.: ,
Alumni Affairs said he was enter- t hat t the ('"' 'prOll1oll'l\! sergeant first class At the Hollingsworth
home
: riors I is it itnias ::1nol l N< .- Yeir thpv
.
attained! : ,
with high qu ilitv I. 'While I :2 and will continue Tanl. J. I' II' ''llP? ''i::2t! ;'; """
Ing the race on a platform de-i'To Be ObservedAt holidays st-ivinp with the 2nr1 Infantry entered by .
removing .
i fabrics in harmonious colors i ai< ovei. to. im-r U S. a screen froma !I throughout this month in Bradford 1- bp pIf I h\ t i 'III, \ v .},
signed to serve the best interest Division i I II
: Senator Claude on the Korean west window of the
; Passenger and driver comfortjhas Pepper still stants living room froiv! foitu!
of the entire district. I St. Mark's front In County and the Nation. I 'n .J.; ; 'lJ.' "
\ as Florida's | recent action the Sei: and boosting the
biggest ar-old
been increased. with improvements political injection U-y It will be the Nation's funds

, from"Whoever!the*"*EighthCongressional Is elected to congress J i Sunday January 6, being the ; to the "safety flow ride': I mark. He has been widely,'. on d has been probing Communist through the window, enabling him crucial campaign against polio.most In i Under II M: wd I "

.1 ;" JMnj t"c .will have t<' ':tart at tVjj J F.n.t. of ,U", Err'} :!Ii n. :'.L,..:...' 'jwit** ;:!: :'v Air.htZJpt.oi ti "vrrai"4 !lately J n. u. poteirtfdl : 'paitions front.on the east an'l l tastcentral then to open the front door and the past four :dears the disease, I i session of the State Legt.itt I i ii '
let the
ttom accumu-l! ills j weather is assured by the "follow- :! candidate for either the Sen.il other two boys in. They; has accounted all
b of tim ladder\ and j erend Arthur L. Fenderson w ; Turner a member of the 72nd stole for 132.000 victims/ race track funds t MM'em'f l I..
late seniority by years of hard, I thru" anti-kick-out feature of the again or for Governor. Tank some fruit from the refrigerator Ian d has cost the National Foundation Bradford County in "
"XC"
Battalion -
j celebrate the Holy Communion in I entered the I
His into Army a toy car. and
conscientious and faithful service. starter. j entry either race could a girl's for Infantile JSO.OOO
,
annually
i in Oct. 1950. Paralysisi9.000.0f10 are to' hi ,ILl' '
He '
St. Mark's Church at 11 This change the joined the "I iianheatl' wrist watch I'
a.m
Matthews said in a prepared statement i I Among the manfeatures which entire outlook tor $ for 'in a special I
patient
di care alone. hospital fund
"I''estimated
I I Division Korea
in
continuing will take the place of the Com- I have been rtained: in the ne\;. Florida politics in 19.32.;:; or his '! April 1931.; i in At the McGriff home hey cut 'I i Here in Bradford County the 'i that bv 1953{ I ilh I >. .,1!:. '

"If elected. I will work diligently i I I munion Service which has been Plymouth are the wide deep chair-1 announcement that he will krep through the back screen door, but disease struck three ctUd victims that it might be possible I > '

and faithfully for the people of our I I height the ; out of the picture could have almost With found another door locked, andso laremoved st ; "
!I held in recent months on the seats ease of entrance H.'ct In Japan ;year, and the amount expended I tain m a hospital undptilt't i I" 'I .
district and will always vote in the and as great an effect Now a screen from a bedroom -
exit super-cushion tires andi simply by serving at the Fleet on these nated
Activities
( cases was far in program) this
excess I fund! !M'
Second and it is I v
National Sunday. hoped
Congress as a patrioticAmerican I easing the window on the north of
anxiety of the side
safety-rim wheels in Sasabo. .
present Japan of the probably have ""
is James amount collected I in around $ Hfw ,
I believe in IntegrityIn : I the house '; I > I to 1 i.j i.
j that as many as may will make The local dealer. J. P Robert candidates. F. Hardee, seaman and entered the same the March of credit.
government the careful expenditure ( I I ( apprentice, Dimes drive here last j After applying !this <7IlIhl)
of every dollar of the tax: II i their Communion at this time. I I invites the public to his showroom; Until Pepper makes a decision USX. son of Mr. and Mrs James way as they did at Hollingsworth's January However the National ''to the hospital cost HUM.louid,

i to this handsome : one way or th. other. it will: be E. Hardee of Route From McGriffs they stole a'
payer's money and the preservation j On Friday night. January, i immediately see new car. 2. Brooker. Foundation pays all expenses 1.1, i still remain around IIWUMMI t I., h
I
of the American way of lit e.- ofter the Litany Intercession -, I difficult to bring the State political Hardee entered the Naval service jewelry box containing an assortment :- connection With these cases regardless l amortized over a period of \ ., t''i-

"Our district is a great agricultural I at 7:30: p m. the Vestry' Singing Convention piftt e into very sharp focu in June 1951 and received his of jewelry. around a dozenmen's \ of the amount contributedby by monies received from I tin}. r i

district, and I will wot k for I will have its regular monthly'I Aside from Pepper no formidable recruit training at the Naval Training shirts. a desk clock two the county. track fund.

the best Interests of agriculture, t meeting in the Parish House. Th Union County Singing Con- challenger\ for incumbent Center. San Diego. Calif. cigarette lighters a flashlight' j':j It i i.s pointed out that the last 1 In his letter to th<- < '''1',', ''"i

which will mean a more pro
national economy. I the New Year begin with a full I Butler Methodist Church on Sun- on the political horizon l1"i..ht LacklandPvt The theft was discovered and reported the four worst polio outbreaks caum Bradford County < on-iitir? 1 ,

"I will fight for the preservation attendance. i day. Jan 6. Everybody i.s invited ilthough Republican John P. Bootn Clyde R. Kelly. son of Mr.I when :Mr McGriff returned : ..since 1916. As a result the; ''a logical hospital !"'n Ii. ,

of state's rights as guaranteed''t.: _l .)f Miami has formally entered I the I and Mrs. O. C. Kelly of Brook er. home shortly after 8:20: The National Foundation has which at present has ,I"
no in <
<
in our constitution. '! :ace.. and Pvt. Jerry Lawson. son of :Mr Hollingsworth theft was not discovered exper.ipnct'd I facilities <
an indebtedness the 1951
.
"I will support labor legislation j Documentary Stamps Sold By Clerk i Although mystery surrounds i the 1: and Mrs. E. Lawson of Starke. are until an hour or so later patient care and in each 1951 yearfor this Florida Hospital Plan revision f..rini i., '! ." '
which will be fair to labor capital Later
that
mentions of Pepper he is generally completing their AF basic airman night the boys were debt amounted to ''In I conjunction ,
and the general public. halted approximately with the I. > ,i. r ,1(
regarded as less a factor in the indoctrination course at Lack- in their flight to Jacksonville 5000000. Hospital
Indicate Volume/ Of Land Survey and Con-'in, .
( will work for a strong national -' Heavy Sales\\ gubernatorial race than l land AFB San Antonio. Texas when the car in which theyuite i >.
I in the ; Last year the Foundation 0' Act. designates tlui ,. .
defense to communism prided \
oppose Their,
senatorial basic training riding broke down at Law- !
campaign. The is prep r- ; veS
but will insist dollar'sworth : leadir,! I i care for some 45,000>> priority area
on a. Transactions involving: Bradnts actual sales of property in i them t mc n
j candidates for Governor ing for entrance into, AirFoire They asked D. B Thoma ,,
have been ; WLawtey omen, and "For
the
of defense for dollar : children stricken five
every ford County property enjoyed anBradford County while the i re- | terhnual in pi-- V.i !r. tJ
spent I believe fiat our allies!I I other year of peak activity in 1951, mainder represents mortgage. campaigning just as if the ficM raining; tud I foim '." marshal who was una.iie I previous years In addition it Florida Stnt> Improvenu,' I I'M,
was a'slg'l1l11l'n I \ spr<'ulized I i \\oik! that the boys vveie wantedin
should assume their rightful share according to records i in the office leases and other papers not i in- : complete and the race.f'l helped four out of five of th<-I mission has rcinved .m nil ,i '< ,.<,'

of the responsibility in the fight of Clerk of the Court ,\, J. \'ol'ing'an actual exchange of I! under way.Political I Starke. to help them get itlivd thousands of new cases reported of Federal fund with .\hnh "

against communism. The needsof 'I Thomas. '- property. dopt'stf'rs rate Dan Mc- Farmers After Thomas left to hunt in 1951. approI'IWh lor: the <>-t .'

our people and war veterans During the 12-month period jut In 1950 the sate of documentary | Carty. Alto Adams and Bral ('\ RemindedOf I i inl a mechanic the boys decidedthev George Kopclousos. chairman of'' plannine. constMI, 'int, arid "Ii'Ii'i' '
must suffer because of coiulmittments I ended i issued totaled I Odham as the d better make a getaway and '
our Documentary stamps stamps $3,130. top contenders! for the 1952 March of Dimes in Bradford ping public health center an'l !Ml

abroad. The beat hope in the clerk's office totaled $2.750.Tht' total number of instruments ': the governorship at this state of when Thomas returned to the' 'ounty, stated yesterday that l! pitals in Florida commumi, ,,',

for world peace is in an America \! 50. Since each $1 stamp indicates recorded in 1951 was 1. 39. virtu-i' tu game Deadline -1'1"111' the car was deseited I the familiar contribution boxes are greatest need of thp.,*- fai.li> .

militarily prepared, with a strong a $100 property value, this total ally the same as the 1.400 tecoi d- The political The' next morning. after news of being I Although !>
neophytes V placed the
in at strategic points I Federal HO-I I I ,,.' .. '
national economy and with a means that land instruments I tined in 1950. race are Ku: Klux Klansman the I theft here had spread around, throughout the i Stirvev anti
Bill f'onstriK
citizenry ot character believing in eluding deeds, tnottgages. satisfac- The clerk also reported that 701 Hendrix retired Far meh [pal t h'lpalll1": in tin- a passing motorist stopped in Lawlev county and he tion v" -t I I''
school teirhfrDale : urged the puhlu to begin plann hall several years to run P., .
} tions of and ivil docketed I his HI.I'P( ,
democracy. mortgages judgments cases were in Program arc temmded t tih. and leported to Thomas that
"I will support woi kable legislation -I leases) handled by the Bradford off ice in 1951. as compared with j Spencer musician Br ticeStevens. thit: .. deadline for two contributionij, them at opi'Bradford : able money wiii i may a', f r.i.. .

to fight inflation which. if clerk during 1951 involved a grand 528 in 1950: Criminal l'aoes: dock-i linotype operator W C piac-tu-es, carried reporting youths were on the highway i;' County ,. quota thi vc'.tr the Florida St.it'. Impro.. ....i>.
out under the north of there ',
Elmore. and evidently trying tc (
not curbed, will destroy piivaie total of 2,750,000. eted \\'t're'irtually the same I for I I i George Pagliaro. 1951 Program is $3.4.37 'nInIssiin I in tl.'He 1: Vii -, ,
is Jan. 15 1952. thumb tide
a to Jacksonville.
business and -vill deprive the small i( Cleik Thomas estimates that at the two vears 35: in 19'U: and 36 There ar" two possible entrants If there is doubt to Thomas !I I There will also h.. a solu itaii'ii I I ,. tingent! upon 11. :tpproprii' : 'I ',

'\vag earners. tIe little businessmen least; 1250.000 of this total repre- 1950;) I I I I remaining in the governorship whether any as investigated and shortly for special <'ontribuiions. the chairman ing made bv ( "ingr. s_ i It t t
I the report is complete.erfch thereafter arrested Brown and
race These the
.
and of modest fixed are State tional
citi/en.s Road said and the annual Birthday t monies are approni'| : i ,
farmer can check in a I few 15-y/'ar-ol.1 boy. but Stewart had
Department
incomes of the bare necessities of Chairman this
Alfred Ball will program in the fi.v .il '
life. j! Electors Not On Record As VotingIn i McKethan. and House minutes bv calling the County already made his way to Jackson bheld the lat-rpart IMS.! this off '
Speaker B. Agent's office of the month As usual, I the i" may hr abl.\ \ ,
in Starke. vilK
Matthews. 'native of Alachua i Elliott Only
a I Senate President Wallace .. entertain
application
I> fH'
schools
county
about half will l be very 'IM <' CI'-
county was born in Micanopy. Years Sturgis.! who has been considered of the farmers who TIlt'Stwo boys told local of- in from high: : ,
Past Two Must Signify signed/ support of the March of Dimes pnoi.'v are.i- I-:>
Florida in 1907 the son of David a likely candidate. announced last haw up in the 1951 program fl'.rs'ht're\ Stewart's home w'as drive Kopelousos said. stated.

Horace and Flora Turney Matthews Friday that he would not orrpleted! their reports. so in Jacksonville! and Deputy CecilSewell ., :
pioneer lesidents of the Albert L Crosby Jr county twovai s t the supervisor said Tempo of the run thus each farmer is urged to check his and M V. Johns wept up ; Mrs J L. Anderson is chairman The Comniijijijuner'T",> !

state supervisor of registration announced All that is nocess.irfor the campaign I far nvonls in the office befoie of the Mother March on Polio tnat "If any political! subi.), .
is faster and the county Tuesday to locate him. With I the' '
words !
He wa educated in the public yesterday that notices are rt'glstt'red'oter to do is sign the than in Florida are hotter Jan. 15New assistance of city detectives from for Bradford County. This h anew 'or nonprofit association 1 n t. \ H ,
any
schools of Alachua county and attended being mailed out this week to all attached can), which states I that i race in recent governorship the Jacksonville police force they'.', division of the annual drive. L service area contemplat-_ "' ?'

the University of Florida I j registered voters in Bradford he is still a qualified voter in the years. went Stewart's It is said that their priority for securing a If.I' >
And whether Auto Tags to home and foundhim polio is the o nlypidemic
receiving both the AB and Masters i' County who. according to the precinct in which he is registered Pepper runs foi e disease an indication of this inter-'st I.
the Senate. t'ie IP the living room wearing an that is still on the
degree records of his office have not voted and mail it back to the supervisor. !governorship, or On Sal Saturday mrn'Se thr Timed i i gethT with a descriotion .,f t
continues his law Air Force ROTC shirt which he in States
I
While at the University he was in any election during the past If the card is not returned within practice. 1952 I : proposed projei, t t. must b"- r..1 i
is said to have stolen earlier Mon
active in student affairs serving gives promis' as a verv interesting Florida's new 1952 this
and in
two years. 30 days the name of the individual orange | rifficwitJiln the 'i- '.' .1 I
in all four cleit'on! for blue day from a home the boys entered Judy Canova Stars
of the top student posts. Under the permanent single will be removed from the registration year Flondiajis. ,, auto license plates will go on ,; days"It
He was Chancellor of the Honor sale here in Hawthorne. It is reported that
registration system this action is' books in accordance with the Saturday. Tax Collect! In i 'Honeychile' I is expertfd! that th- ''. It' .
they had also attempted to ;
Court Vice President and Acting : J. R entera
required by law. the supervisor : l law. 'Little Kelly announced yesterday v*rili\ ( .
Egypt'I o/ie f" dill'lh'J
uj;
President of the Student Body and I The sale home in'aIdo. but w-re not Coming To Florida :! m'i I
President of the Florida Blue Key. stated I Therefore it is highly important Coming To Park period for the new su<'ces.sful.Pewell i! possible! a" 'Ifr! "t I )lop r' ,'i

student leadership fraiernityAs Crosby said that it is impossible I I for every person who receives I I a plates result is of from Jan 5 to Feb. 20 I as stated that Stew ait had.l Judy Cano\a Starke contribution ;! meeting 1,1'r tv,, Co.n: T .

a young man he helped manage that some persons who actually' a notice to return it to the Starting Sunday a statute passed duringthe a long Juvenile Court record in i to the pnurtaimrunt woild next MonddV.

his father's turpentine businessat have voted in the past two.YE'ars'j supt'nisor'ith!,.'} 30 days. t'-er. if last : ,islature session. Tags I ksonville.. including 21 breaking will come to the Florida Theatre i i Be 'ide-t S'alk.. other H.r> ,
TV story of '"..> of A erica'8" used to go on sale Dec 1.
Orange Springs and Lochloosa. j may receive the cards. He ex- he is sure that he has voted in the and entering charges one attempted Sunda in a rollicking western communities Wltan! "A' [ He was active in 4-H Club affairs 1! that the new registration : l last two piost famous W''>mt-n at the turn : "
; plained I years 1 e fact remains auto larceny, and one peti corned called "Honeychile. for hospital ('onstrU'/fj nPerrv .
and in later years served for ten I law provides that poll workers i I that the records do not show that of the centurv is told in "Little i ty larcenv The record dated back Green Cove ;
"' Co-starring with Judy are Eddie SpringPJ'I'
summer as Assistant State 4-H I keep a record of persons who vote he has voted. and his name will Egypt. the technicolor feature i' ADDRESSESI over a three-year penod since 194 S. I ka, Chiefland and SanforlUnemployed
Poy Jr. and Alan Hale Jr
Club Agent. j and report it to his office. However I have to oe removed from the q ualt- coming to the Park Theatre this'! INTEREST The car that Use boys we driving

Matthews taught in the public due to unfamiliarity with the fit'd'ottor list unless he returns Sunday.; Monday :aad Tuesday.Rhonda belonged to a Mr. Odom ; In this new film Judy sings I four

schools of the state was a high I Int'w Jacksonville and used top tunes- "Tutti Fruitti." Ion- Pay
law, there will probably b' the card If the card i is returned Fleming plays the part; R.hari, j Sf. ,John Box 414i was being ;
'hool( principal. and served in the, withOUt the owner's consent. Se- eychile." "Rag Mop:' and "3.tore
instances where a person voted and within the required time there of the Egyptian dancer who set::1 tArcher F4: i

Florida Legislative as a representative | the poll worker failed to indicateit will be no change in the elector's box office records at the Streetsof i! CO Yarbrough, 5566; Alpha' well said. I I Than I Care to Remember." I ants In drew Bradford$456 COllltn in unempiovm' iU-i: .. '
from Alachua: county n 1935 : Most of the artic; s stolen from
on the registration book. registration status. Cairo exhibit during the Chicago 1.\\'" P.: 7. Box 4-B Jakaon yUle. Judy, who rose to fame as a oompensaUon during the weekending
A veteran of World War II. I the home<' here were found where
Matthews served as a captain in r; "We regret any instances of Failure'to return the card will Columbian Exposition of Iwith Fla I the boys had thrown them in the I top-ranking commedienne on December 14 The t..>Ul

the infantty He is active in community this kind but all my office can do: necessitate the removal of thei Mark Stevens co-starred 1 I ;1 Mrs. M E. Griner. 109 W. Tale I bushes near fcere the car broke stage screen and radio. was I born amount paid to 4.541: claimant* in

is to comply with the law and i Miss is I .. : in Starke and received her start the State during the
and civic circles in Alachua i Fleming seen as a young; Avt'. Orlando Fla down In Lawtey Still mi) inR are same penoi
county ideneifjing himself with send notices to all persons who I name of the person who receives American with '\:. abounding love: Joe B. Oliver 503 N E. 25tJit'St ome of the shirts and two lighten in the entertainment world on was S82.Q46. according figur-

practically\ every worthwhile civic I according to the records of our I such notice from the registration \ for beautifu! worsen ard :a quid. Wilton Manors Ft Laudri'.a'e -. I! taken from the }Griff home, and ra'h!:'f- -'allOn'JAX :ir Jack.on- released. by he Floridi,{ I': 1 im'M.I I

Continued to page eight office have not voted in the past books d:1r!: : Fla! i the !!irr watch taken! from UuHollingMVorth .1!" ( '!...mF \.,....'IT'

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PACE TWOBradford BRADFORD
COUNTY
TEU.GR.\PH. STARKE. FLORIDA

rIau.\\, JAM".tr.\ t. 1s,3'cnmhlarnt !
1 i la Circuit:OTICK Court.. TOPPER | i.L!> : flay Millar Defendant I By Myrtle: T. Deaxer -,-
Bradford Deputy
County Telegraph Count 'usen s.29 Clerk Irxmgtnn. Sew Jersey.
GRAHAM \:Florida : la r ('hancery.orrn.t Order Of Publication And :Notice To 12 14 Hit :J2orirn You are hereby notified that a fet..ed will be :..h 1; .
: Mailntxre PSa: by'
vil % you
\ppear. Male Of Florida To suit for Divorce has
ESTABLISHED 1879 E. L MATTHEWS. OWNER.EDITORrubllilhf'd By Mrs. John McKinny ;iarfM Ma IntxrDf,.."p.lir' Koheit flat' :!-llllf'r.J..:" whose r-.-iin :> 10 .ippRt 1 again you in the above been named filed This notice shall n.I ,
Ca In Circuit i nnceach ,
.. N'.2atlee drl e and address is VF-172 I.> ssrV Court Bradford County Court and cause and : week for f. '
> .
you
1 \pprnr. J.:- 1 t'C.i Florida: In (' are required weeks;; In the "} ,,
0 Fit Post Utfl >, hancrry. to serve if r,1 j "r' ) "
and Entered as Second T. ;] a copy of
Etery Friday jfffff Gladys M Marlntxre c'u San Fran. 'is- Calif Jfarjone! Sihrider your an- i BraphDatgd.
o. Mx-er
F.ncrnhlatt or
Fla. Mr: and :Mrs John IcKin.. Leon PanLight.. Light & PariNastntigt ', I You "Uintiff xs ::>; pleading to the complaint I thi< Ir-thd. .
$ are
Class Matter at the Post 7 Office at Starke. ey \ '>n AvrnueSouth :Norwalk .I\fllnr 14, r"'IIIr..1: : i appiin' I I'.ffiulan'"rn..11I. I."uis I It".senIttt on the Plaintiffs Attorney, T. Frank 1951.nFF1FAT'. : : '
had as their guests during the C'nn 1'Ii2. III the abate nInd :| \ 1',1'e N? ,J4otlre Landrun a-it irkF! >r ,I.i and (':* I ,
c. i la
urt and '
eau.wherein tppear. ,
holidays. Cpl. and MrOtis Mc- You are hereby notified that a tiff seeks dixorce Hiilf,>rd '"pion.'nrt'\-' T.. X'rnan, i. "'. II ".. | in ,the'I'I! -K iggal.r -he; i-In. 4.Tl. ,.ff. .e ,/ : > e ''i"l i ik I >fv- 1 .
suit for Divorce has wti.-H ., -. r>" : .' .
Member g 1'i i 1952 Kinney and children if Augusta. against you in the above been named:Tiled Telegraph in next four shall weekly publish this Order M ,r'; !drCe Ir..r.t .ml. ailil: :- 1.I.II'h Is :'''r-' .: !L. 't' '' .,i-v f I ,' 'I v- :e T I'. i', I I' ,I' v
issues.
\ Court and and \PH'm. : -'-ll stir! v\ ,l ,. ga' ,'1- I i i.4 t. Ii
Ga cause
Mr. and Mrs VV B Johnson you are required Witness my hand and official
to serve a copy of your answer :seal at Starke. ....
Florida
this !> 'em ..
1 1The and son of Lutz.. :Mr and Mrs or pleading the r.implunt her II. 1951.OFFICIAL.
SiibM-ripticm, $2.73 Annually H gfl F'-50 For a' Months Eugene McKinney and Paul Smith ''on the Plaintiff Attorney Ray' ( SEAL A. J. Thomas
Selden. Selden Building Daytona I As Clerk of said Court
of Ona. and Mr and Mrs. S. N' Beach Florida and file the Py Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk i

Hess and children of Marietta Ga. original in the office of the Clerkof Chas R Hesi, 204-05 Guaranty Lie!
Outcome Never In Doubt the Circuit Court on before BUilding.
or Jacksonville: Florida
John :McKinney and son. Leon- the Mth day of January. I' j2:!: .\It)... fr Pit 12 14 4t 4oTiri .,.
ard. went to otherwise the allegations of said Annual "RIOT"
S.
Spartanburg C. to SaleAsk
Many thoughtful Americans will look back over the year Complaint will be taker. as confessed
take :Mrs. Leonard
who by
bordering on despair. The cause of freemen McKinney you. :\ : TO .\PPFIit i
with feeling
1951 a I has been visiting their home This notice stall be published: In Circuit Court Bradford Counts
had tough sledding. It is impossible once each week for four consecutive
everywhere has assuredly Mr. and :Mrs Clarence Frazier I xveel s in the Bradford KlorKIa In ('hanrery.Mary .
County TeleI
I :! Katherine llxa.! Plaint ff '
adequately to describe the suffering and frustration had their sons home for Christmas I,. 'graph. Manuel J. Silxa Defendant

in Korea just as it is impossible to sum up in a few words I Pfc: Robert f Frazier of Ft. 1951.Hated this 12th day of December: : To .\IIPpar.To Case X. l lEntice : At Store For Big 4-Page Colored Newspaper Size Price

the political economic, and social milestones that have been BraggC.. and C. :\1. Frazierof (OFFICIAL SH\L) A J. Thomas. : Manuel Silva. whore I li-t
Clerk of the Circuit Court. known res denre and address \\ List Packed With
passed during these eventful twelve months.It I Miami. fly Myrtle:! T Deaxer, Deputy Clerk. General Delivery.'a.hington. D C is. Scores OF "RIOT" VALUES !

becomea We are sorry that MIS. Ed Par IHH: 1M :32OTICK ; You are hereby notified that a
has
is clear now that corruption in government suit for Divorce has been filed
of incalculable im nsh and John Moody are on the i :> TO .,....I: \It against you in the above named
American political
the scene
factor on In Clrruit Court Bradford County, Court and
sick list we wish them speedy re- cause and'ou are required -
portance. Taxes and various so-called controls are also reaching I riorirfat In Chancery.Betty to serve a top of your answer ,
cox ery. Jane Kaldxxin. Plaintiff vs or ,pleadings to the complainton
the point where they are a constant source of irritationto Louie Dempsey. Maurice Dxal Hay Willis Baldwin, Defendant. the Plaintiffs Attorney (CarlosK -
'I Case :N: >. SS24Notice Ilaiptr. 204est t'nuersitxe-
the average citizen.In and Jewett Fogg enjoyed a hunting To .\ppear. nue Gainesville; Florida and filethe

spite of these grim items or. the debit side of the trip last week; also Math \Vas- To; Bay"illrs r.aldwin whose original in the office of. the
residence is' 41( na'hf.rd!! Lane. Clerk of the Circuit Court on .r I 1.-.
ledger Americans can and must face the new year with din and sons. Julian Arnold and I .\I"xandrlt.lrginia.. fore the 14th day nf January 1 1otherwise 1'. ._ i ::::::::::..
Bobby of Jacksonville.Mr You are hereby notified that a the allegations of rl =::
courage. They can count among their blessings invaluable i suit for divorce his beefiled n Complaint will be taken as t "':,1
and Mis J.V.. Pope and against in the above fessed bx you
Years you
i
named
other nation Earth. : .
assets that are possessed by no on : This notice shall be i
family have moved to Court and cause ant you are required published I I j p
Vaycross.Ga. I
one of the country's ablest economists said that the to serve a copy of your answer once each week for four conse.-u I I v..
ago We hope they will like their or pleading the complainton weeks in the Bradford County T..!L-- '
greatest gifts that parents could leave th'.ir children were new home. the riaintiffs Attorney. Evan I graph. .
healthiestand T. Evans and Neal D Evans. Jr., Dated this 12th d,ix.' .if D".ml"'I'i rfalf
till the
good health and a good education. We are Carl Broughton spent last week 10* Law Exchange Building, Jacksonville 1951. rew

most literate of the major nations. These basic tools, if visiting Mr. and Mrs Clyde Boonein Florida and file the original OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Th,,'>tiClerk -.
I in the office of the Clerk, of the nf the Circuit "'u, tBy
properly used, are now our greatest hore. 1 Plant City. Circuit Court on or before the Nth Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk12U4tiI
I Mrs. Iona Saules of day of January, I'i! : :2.; otherwisethe 1 ',.' 1 1I
The situation at the beginning of 1952: has been describedas Kalamazoo allegation! of said Complaint I

a race between education and catastrophe. The increasein : Mich and her two daughters Mrs ", iIb"\ taken a" confessed by )'ouThIs (HNTm KK.HTS RESERED PIIK'ES GOOD THIll S\T. .I If I\\. :;
notice .
shah NOTICK
:Marguerite Morgan and Mrs. oe published TO \PPniIl
government spending in the last: few years has far out- Bpa'i i once each week for four consecutive In Clrcnit Court Bradford County,
trice Massey and children of Tam- weeks In the Bradford Telegraph rUriilni In .
County
Chancery.M.trjnre 152 W. Call St.
stripped the growth and productive capacity of the nation.At pa visited her sister Mis Kate 1'irKs. Vluntiff, xs I..>vt.'! Starke Fla.
times it that the "four horsemen" of bureaucracy, Dated this 7th day. uf D"\.lIIh..r. Parks, (liefendint ('a,,. \,",. S' :
appears j Starling recently 1931: Notice To .\pppar.T. .
corruption, inflation, and regulation threaten to sweep all Colen M. Ratliff. U. S. I (OFFICIAL SC\L) A J. Thomas, ... Lester Parks. whose ...-,101..n .'
Navy.San Clerk of the Circuit Court and address i is' t/H/;: O,.etn Axenu.Itrooklx ... -
before them to the brink of disaster. Francisco. Calif spent the By Myrtle T. Deaxer Deputy Clerk I 'n :2b;, :New: YorkYou
12 'H4t 1.42: I are hereby notified that Astor Brand VacPackCOFFEE
a
holidays with his
what j
But as long as the people have a means o. knowing parents Mr. and I suit for Divorce has been filed

do have that Mrs L. E. Rathff against you in the above nam.-d
is going on, there is hope. The American people I MM K r e and
I
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Jones and :Xi.t: 'ie j is hereby given that the Court cause and you are required
means intheir constitutional; guarantees of freedom of speech i| undersigned are engaged in business to serve a copy of your a-i- I
through': daughter, Irs. Ruby Weaver of under the fictitious name of swer or pleading to the complainton
and freedom of the press. The knowledge gained Tampa I D1CKYS 11 liYest Call St.starke. the Plaintiffs Attorney T. Frank
these mediums be a source of unbeatable strength in the : spent Thursday and Fri- Bradford County. Florida Landrum Starke. Florida and tie LB. CAN 77c
can day with Mr and Mrs Carl Jones. and intend to register said futitious the original in the office of the
future, as they have been in the past. Although the outlook | name in the office of Clerk of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or before .
'i Mr and Mis Willie Strickland 'Circuit Court of Bradford ('ollnl)'. the 14lh day of Jiiiuan i >',.
is, dark at times, as long as our country enjoys these means I of Fort McKav visited in our sec- Florida: otherwise the allegations of aid
be in doubt. O I.. Tincin IIS Adams !'t. Complaint will be taken as confessed -
of knowing the truth the outcome can never tion Wednesday. Starke, Fla.J. by you

I West Madison, St -
R Ilardv ThIs --- -
notice shall: be publishedonce --- -
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and Mrs Calvin Starling of!, Starke, Fla. eachp..k fir f"mr ..""n<...r.Jt.pw""ks
Suppose It Were Your Child Clearwater were guests of Calvin'smother I I hated t'. 11it.! : till" 21-t dn' '.f UeienilniA In the nr'\Jf,1, C HInt>' Te'1graph : White House West Peak

Mrs. Kate Starling Sun- ,: u -M I 4t i I rNOTirr. : I..j v ; : '

Just suppose it were your child your boy or girl day. ) : TO \IMM\II I I'll I tlFF'I\! t cF \ A Thomas '!

happy, protected, cherished with dreams of growing up 1 : IM Shell Mack Abernathy of rinrlilai, 1 In Circuit. In Court('hnncrry.Johnie Bradford. ('.ountr I., ., r. u "irt i APPLEHOC PURPLEPLUMS :

to become a movie star an airplane pilot or even Fort Bliss Texas is spending his I lilry Plaintiff. t- \\ill' I
,
I leave with his parents, Mr. and, 'Lou: Mnith IIlry P'L t .ml.intnl
President. : ........ .x... t'.,:
Mis Frank Abernathy. iTO I II i-
What could happen to him-or her-laughing and playing I :\ T Ire'. Willie lo .\pprnr.Lou Smith Ililix-. xxhoresident --,'

in the sun under your watchful eyes: ? The chances are I In Circuit OTln foiirt; llriidloril\rrn\n Count* I ,'e:Nexx: and' addiess York Nexx t is YoikYou TOT fr ItA.nut' WANTED to BUY 1 S L S

nothing. riorlil.ii In ('hnnrery.'rrilia are hereby notified that a
i < F.. Kekei. Plaintiff, xs John I suit for Divorce has been filed PULP WOOD .
But to thousands of such carefree, loved and protected i,,10'. K..I', ] >i-f. i"'.uit against you In the above named I

DID last It happened to I r\is,_ :N.: SSG.hlice Court and cause and you are required -
happen
something ;
youngsters year. i of CROSS TIES
I I Tu Xppenr. to 8pra vopv your answ..rplt'adlng
three in Bradford County. Dreaded, sneak-attacking polio I To: John )F. Keli) .. hose tesilenie or to the complaint on the No. 303 Can No. 2'/2! Can
Carlos i';. Hupet.
d i i-: 161: Urr: n I'oint A\.rHI". Plaintiffsttornex and Pine Timber : 1 OC 19C
struck at them and childish l laughter was stifled. There I Brooklyn: NVxv fork ". :W4 \\'. l'niversilcvenu, >'
Von (! iie| Florida and file the
ale .unes\
heiel.x not if nil that snit
were days of pain of excruciating anxiety ; for some, a for Divorce has been filed against a original in the off' e of th.- rir.l l lof ,. I :
'' | th- Cir; 'uit Court in or before fli. ,
of lifelong handicap. X oil in the al"on.imed Court i .
prospect I I and cause and jou are required to i|j r 21st day fI( January 11.2! : olhrntr-r "
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of -
Suppose one of them had been YOUR boy or girl ? serve a copy II t your answer or i I the iillegitions be taken as ronfessed aid Compltmi'xx bxou Will -
Pay
bleeding to the complaint on the This notice shall be published All Brands
Evaporated
You've probably seen-or will soon see-the striking 1'lainhffsturrnrv, 'Each II. nnrp rich week for four consectitix-e
Douglas 50.: Lynch IJldsr, Jackxon- ,
poster which i is being used in the 1952 :March of Dimes cam- "iIII'. Florida and file the original' weeks. in the Bradford County Telegraph | Highest Cash Prices

In the foreground stands little boy( on crutches in the office of the Clerk of the drum of December.
paign. a Court on 01 I defore the 23th day hated this 11th day FOR ANY SIZE TRACT

but all dressed up in his cowboy outfit, with his six-shooters, of! January... l't",2: : ; other\xi.se the alRations j i 19,1OFFICLh( SEAL: ) A J Thoma I C
.I'a,1
and his hat and most of all with that big confident taken Complaint will he Clerk of the, Circuit Court ALL CANS
cowboy as confessed b., >'on. Bv Myrtle T. Deaxer Deputv Clerk \ 37
smile that is ; of almost strickenby This. notice shall be published I ,
so typical( everyone on< e each week for four consecutive 12'21: 4t I'll ':2NOTICI

polio. In the background, towering over the boy is an I'!, gnphJ'.it'd weeks. III the Bradford County Tele- : ; TO APPf. \R I :' -SEE- .

American soldier, typical of our fighting men in Korea. His tinJlith, day nt I Peiimhei', In Circuit Court. Bradford County, I I

hand is outstretched and he seems to be pleading the cause (ll'ilOFFIPIXT: 1. PHM.) .\. J. Thomas. Florida' Klistoxx In Chancery.Algetta Plaintiff.. \c ntli.Kla"tow. .\ A. E. McKINNEY II

of the little boy who has been crippled with ijolio. He says Clerk of the ('ir"lIit. Court D..ndant.. I'ase :No.: SS.Iollre >>
Fix- :Myrtle: T. D. a Jieput. Clerk \ loppear. Minn. Valley Tiny AlaskaPEAS
n'r. : ,
to us-we fortunate folk at home-"This fight is YOURS !" 1c2': 4t I I ISOTICH .I' To: Sonia. Kla-tow. whose, residenre At Starke Taxi Stand !
I is 11T2 Puliteenue Bronx
This poster boy is Larry Gross, a Florida lad who was afflicted :\ -1'01'1':.\n PIn ::;ew York. PHONE 130

with polio in Tampa. His father is now stationed in Cin-nil fiiurt. llrndford County I ITliiriilii You are hereby notified that a I
suit for Divorce habeen fileegalnst '
I In ('hanrery.RonAld | I Starke, Fla.WILDING. SALMON
in the above miredI
'
Germany.The ': \\ rax-Ctalitree. riaintilf \s you
}:..ta But: goal for the 19:>March: of Dimes in Florida is a mil fare No! S4ntlr to serve a copy of your an- I
\ To .\I'P.nr. ewer or pleading to the complaint
lion dollars. Last year Floridians gave 585000. We in Flori- To; ieia Uiiriis cr.ibtrei'. whose I J on the Plaintiffs Attornexs Eva: I I
da have been fortunate in that we have had no major epi" lesidenie i i''ii I Fulton Streit. T. Evans and :Neal D ExanJr. 103 ,- No. 303 Can No.1 7 Tall
I Denver l :. f. ii ado. Law Exchange Building. Jackson I 17C 39C
demic. But there i is no reason: to believe that we shall alwaysbe : Yon ani. !' notified that a suit i iville Florida and file the original
| for IHx'ol i e and lestoiatiotl: of He-j i i iI in the office of the Clerk of the Cir
so fortunate. It seems that polio used to strike primarily I frndant'J s maiden name has been ( < i uit Court on or before the 14th dix

at children but now there is no age group which does not 'id'; Court against you. in the above niin iI-I l I of January, 112.! ;) ; otherwise the a1!.
and cruse and xou are rr- i'Jllirf'd i legations of said Complaint will t bei -
feel its crippling effects and feel them with increasing [ to serer a ropy of xoui all- !i. taken as confessed by you.
is\\er or plendini' to the loinpl.iinti :1 Thin notice shall be published
regularity. And Florida needs: more money to fight its own i|: the l'luntlrr'torn., X.n'h H :'' once each week for four consecutlxe r Tropical BrandTomatoes
increasing incidence of polio. Last of ihnglas..n1 Lynch 'fuilding..lacksouiillr : !. weeks in the Bradford County Tele
year one county out |: Florida and file the original i:. graph
every two in Florida exhausted its funds and had to call on ; I, in the office of the .Clerk of the 1 i Dated this 7th day of D".embe1951 ''I
I'iri uit "I1I'1.on or before the :2*>th .
the National Foundation{ to supplement available to day of .L unurry It"i2! : otheixxise tin"
money ] I
allegations ...r'"ai.. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. .1 Thomas.
I ) ,
handle polio casein! this state. Bradford was among the !''be, tak. I) as innfessed i'omplaintxill bx' x'uu i;1 Clerk' of the Circuit Court : 12 i2cCornFed

counties that had to ask additional aid. It' be I This notice shall be published Py Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy Clerk j'I'' NO. 303
I Ioiin
may among'once i each week fQr four consecutive' 12;14 4t I 4 J. Ue offer the peo J,. (,f Starke
them again this year. I i J weeks In the Bradford County Tele- I''
i graph \ : 10 \PPI \lt
But just suppose there were no :March of Dimes !'up-I I K.ltiil this Qth lay of 'lleiiinbei I I In Clnnlt Court, llrndfiird i i unJlrinity on* of the mostmixlertf
.Hal c..unt"1 I
pose it were your child that was struck down and there wa31 i j <(OFFICIAL sn.\L) A. J. Thomas i' I Ii Florida K In. (ISnnon'hanrery.hnerald : Plaintiff x- '

no help at hand no place to turn for much needed ad-i i{ Py Myrtle Clerk T. Dea of\"er.the Circuit Deputy Court Clerk I',, ]!ann.n. ] I.r"UI.lnt.Cise! Nu SS"iI 'I an.lxx fiat equipped Rib End LainPORK

ditional funds : 12: :2\ nil1 1 '*I ;i ,..II..p T. .Appear el Jin; hops anywhere.
To; Virginia Bann: .n. whore resitdenie i .
Fortunately there IS March: of Dimes, and only; those i i! OTICK; 10 .*....r.\lt and address' i+' 44" Fist: :2JndIMreet. : All Work Guaranteed:
,
who have had its in | In'frenll Court liriulfiird ('..UIIC,., 1 Brooklyn :New: York
help time of need can tell you what a L | I'lnrlilnt In ('hnnrerr. ,: Yon are hereby notified that a
blessing it is. I Dorothy i: MaiKenzie.. riatntiff. XH 'j suit for Oi'ort't'I..tod)' and control SMITH'S GARAGE ROAST LB.49C
.Malcc.lm Alexandei .I.,, Kenzie. I'r- 'I of minor children awarded t n I IA
fondant Ca,e X.. sr5hUce :;7; Defendant, etc. has been filed
J > T" \ppenr. against van in the aboxe mined .MACHINE: :: SHOP
And The Audience Laughed To: Maliolm' Alexander Mar'Ken-: 'Court and cause and xou are required
zie. whose residen" j,' Lilli.alld.... to ""1'a copxof your answror Temple .\ve. Starke ..
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j I'rinoe Edward .
Island Canada. i i pleading to the complaint on the
Maybe \ve'rt. losing our sense of humor (ifH' ever hadone 1'suit l '' You are hereby notified that a Plaintiff Attornt'T Frank Len ,
for Divorce has been filed i drum !Ftarke Fh'rlda. and file the'i Center CutPORK
) but a recent incident on television struck us as particularly 'I against you in the above named i I I original in the attire of. < he tier k !
Court and cause!! and you are required ''of the Circuit Court ..n "< before the
un-funny. The program was the Comedy Hour and 1 to serve a copy of your an1 -14th day of Januarx 1'.2 "I h..rwi.p -
the comedian I Iswer or pleadinjr to the 1 complaint the allegations ,>f rfud Con
the
was competent Eddie Cantor He was go I.'n the Plaintiff- \tioiiie\s. .. \al\- plant: will lie taken as mnfesedI .dI

ing along in fine style, getting laughs galore. and then he Kv.in and :Neal T> Evans Jr I I you. I I CHOPS
IOT:: LB.69C
Law /
nxohanK r.inlding. Jack i This native shall be puhh h"i /
cracked the joke to which we refer. We can't remember the j-onville, Florida and file the origin I I !+nce each week for four consectit.xweeks -

exact words but it was (to; (the effect that because of the( ,!alln("jr"'lit' the Courtt office of or the before Clerk the of 2xth the in the Bradford Count Telegraph I

\\ildnessofllollywoodautomobile drivers the gutter was day of January 1 1i2'nthrl'A'ICx: the Dated this 12th ,1.1of. Deeem! '
,, all ,
i-itionf of 1551
filled with pedestrians. And the audience laughed; ikrn a" i-onfes-ed aldmpLuntwill,bx.' xou be (OFFICIAL SE\L: > A. J Th"T"- ._
r This entice shall be published i Clerk i,f the Circuit; I c >'ir.Bv -
Perhaps the reason that joke didn't strike us as: being once each week for four consecutive Myrtle T Deaxer, Detmtx Ci..re k. .
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I weeks in the Bradford ; | i2144'i! I Sweet Juicy Fla
County Tel
could be
particularly funny found in the
newspapers or over graph. I ;
the radio. It seems that some unfortunate person waabout i HM It.iteil thi. :list! day of eoenibe.r' NOT HI: TO I'I'r.It U. S. "CHOICE" F

to have the doubtful distinction of being the one millionth I I i IOr.r.oI"1 \T. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. : In Circuit Court.. Bradford iiuntv. BEE
j j Florida In ( hascerv.SrndrI .
fatality caused }by automobiles. Think f Clerk of the Circuit Court EdT-RITE
of that staggering !. TV Myrtle T. Dea v..r. Deputy Clerk | I.ee SatrePla t r \ -: ORANGES

fact for a minute-one million Americans killed in traffic r 1J -"> 41 i iorlrl I I Tommy' Robert Sapei t .Iief.niii.'.,,.. :\.. 'x-r. 12 .

accidents since the advent of the automobile. I Notice Tit \ppenr. ,. I ( ,t
\ To Tammy Robert, Sager \\ h..' 00 S 89c
]
: Ib.
There are well known taboos in the entertainment world. I II.. The Clri-inf Court inpnrtn of rinrtd.l. :, residence is: Mount cimt'.n \' : 'D Rib Roast

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Some of the rules are rigid and seldom if violatedvhi I 1:1.: :"", .lnillri.il.. Irriilt. in and I 1 g-inia You h *''.. Ib bag
ever \p\ Fee llraHf nl Count are 'rpS.y no "1 a Steak
some are badly bent. And generally! :.shaking, cannot :Mnrttn Beulah Hill' rlvntifs Ill '('hllllr" V.. :.snit for Dixon. and r.,' 'ior I ; < ]Ib. 98c 5 23C
you .lam.Marion Hall P. '. of ''dint i Don :
make absolute rules for '
what should and :should not be printed f.tce X" S Good l"T.. Ippe.ir. !Court and ci'i"e and you are requi .t/ put / Chuck Roast lb. 75c
or spoken. taste
governs that. We seriously suggest T, 1 'rd to serve! a ropy nf viuan ,_ !I.m IDotIOOC IrarIlIOfI
Mir '. '
iirfS ,
II
that to the already well-known taboos '.iiKrn\\n. 1 : -id.l-''- >ixxei or plO'ading t. 'he cor.1"II Ill..1''; I'trIO F ; t', .
I add
we one suppress- f'bn'! the I O'UflOllNEY
Plalnti't
You are'herehv II on 'mart s Plate Stew l Ib. 39c
ing all jokes concerning careless or wild driving.Of suit for Di"r'p'h nntffied:\" "....n that fi'!"d a .Fa1: T KVTHS. end Xeal D Exir' : Dixiana Ruso
Tr "
against you in the aboxe ini.1w Exchange: T1!ridr! : e or
course we have singled out this: recent incident to illustrate c urt and cause and you are n.tm re-1" .{ksonxilie Florida! and !Ile 'is Insurance
quired n serve a 1f'our : original in the office of TIp cie-!
copy .
our point. There have been many, many jokes about l wer or pleading to the complaint an-on '.f the Circuit, Court on or ha6rP 'k, FROZENStrawberries

reckless driving and the comedians that the | he Plaintiff" Att.rnex'". Hrajr. | 14th day of January. I'l.Wi "-' >.n\ r' *
may
say proofof Waldo & Chandler. Pird Rul\din g. | e the allegations of said Cn-r.. '
, the pudding is that the audience laughs.: We reply that I i Oalnesxille, Florida. and file the l !Plaint will he taken a* confessed I,.. Charley E. John
i rlgina: .
in the office of the Clerk TOO
there is and never can be anything funny about violent death. i.f the Circuit Court on or before j I' This nn''ce! hall b* pub!! hed onl'I, .
| 'he 14th day of Januarx-. 1952.:! other.'wis leach week for four consecutix-
Hope we're not losing our sense of humor. We like to I the.' alterations of said 'or n. (weeks in the Rradford C"u-ty Tel I Iraph Agency
laugh as well us anyone else. But can anythingthat kills plaint w 11 be taken as confessed bv ? I
, one $oThis Dated this 7th day of Decemb"" '
million people be humorous ? 1 notice shall be published L9st. I Phone 13 ST.\RKE. FL.\. Pkg.
once earn week for four consecutive (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J Thomas '.
19C
__ weeks
m the Bradford County TeleHiticl
I Clerk of the Circuit Con ,
graph ,
Cy Myrtle T. Dev DoutyIS Cie rk I
'I his 12th:! day of Decent". ... "
:\lenOs Clothin g1II 19S1 I 14 4t 1,4 "- I .. 0..
ALVAREZ' .
STORE Established 1894 IIII OFFWfI., SEAL) A. J The has. 1 .. .. .
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i I! I 1 I B>' MI-.V!'If'I'k T. Deaver.of the Circuit n"IIIt'I."k Court In Florida-rirr.lt Cart Chanrer: Bradford*. CoantJ I '.'0. ...... I I

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TTTTTTfTTVTTTTfTTTVVTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVVVVVVtTTTFARMER'S TT had them as thick as fleas on the time ;you spend in fixing the land I Mrs Henry Godwin of Starke. :Mr 'II
Mrs Jv,
I Mathews
on
a trll'
4 a dogs back and it was almost the less trouble you will have latH I and Mrs S. E. Kennedy and Mi-- [

4 impossible to thin them out and on. Then, too, we will practical! \ Madeline Kennedy of Keystone I BROOKER HEILBRONfc! : points in the Southern pan .
State last Wednesday and Ti .
/ 4 they never did amount to anything have to overhaul our Cole planter I: Heights and :Mrs.V.. R. Baker of Mrs. E. J. Lewis Ii
I: :Marian
Usually get good germination with as i it is in sad shape. The fertil- Jackson vile. 15y Norman dayMr
4 : and Mrs. Eldon Sapp ., '
DIARYBy radishes. izer hopper is badly ru ted. and Holday'isitors of Mr. and :Mrs i
( 4 i Jack Hazen a student at thf 1* I hildren went to Jacksonville !S'.
5 J. M. !
Bradlt''t"re
needs leplaoement. and we are go- Mr. and Mrs. Sue Chastain of Hampton spentthe
Sam McGarvey 4 Gave the Roadside Market a I ing to make a new spout for it Jimmie Bradley and their daughter of F. :-pent: the holidays with his \\t-eken.l! with;' her ..ousm day 10'isH her uncle and <, ..: '
: ( 4 mother. Mrs Mr and Mrs. Harvey Edwa! 01| -
I coat of white paint: and gosh how so that we can put the fertilizer I Gloria Mr. and Mrs. Vance Jettye Hazen. Linda Norman and was accompanied -
Julian Green of the U. S. I Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Egpeu "I i '.
4
will be to
The author glad re- Army ,
that rough lumber drinks up expensive where we want it. ; Geiger. Bradley Geiger and Miss | home by her uncle and aunt '
: cehe items of Interest concernIng j paint! At first thought it We are not going to plant a Bobbie Rainey, all of Jacksonville.Mr. stationed m Michigan, spent a ten- I Mr and Mrs Leroy Norman who fhildu-n of Jacksonville art' v '-, :'

the activities of farmers in 4 might seem that if rough lumber large fifld of sweet corn this :year and Mrs. T. A. Yawn and I day leave with his parents, Mr. pent the day with Sue's parents ing her parents the T. N N .

: Bradford County. Suggestions may 4 takes a lot of paint then you but rather make four or five smaller their sons. Terry and Jimmie, of II and Mrs Dave Green.Ve are I Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Chastain. II mans over the New Year holid.u.
4 Mr. and Mrs L. L. Conner v\ .
to
that -
sorry report Mrs. Greenis
be left at the Telegraph office orI' might as well use cheap paint, but plantings. so that we will have Starke were guests of Mr. and j Grady and Glenda Varnes spent

mailed to Sam McGarvey, Lawtey, we operate on the principal that a yield over a greater time. Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Christmas Day. still confined to her bed at I last week in Orlando with their j' last visiting weekend.Mr. and Mrs. Felix San';
home. t
I' I "you get what you pay for" and it S S S Sunday Mr. and Mrs. R. W. j father Pitt Varnes. i

&AAAALAA4AAAAI&4A&ALA AA.A..A..AA..AAA... stands to reason that good paint Seems! that t things were in a bad Brannen accompanied Mr. and Miss Lubedia Pinholster had the Freda and Estelle Green spent Mi. and Mrs. Victor Barry ..1,1

welcome letter from meet Don Dotson who volunteeredto will last longer. way a long time ago down in the I Mrs. W. L Nelson and Mr. and misfortune to fall and break her I part of the holidays in Jacksonville sons of Dillon, S. C. were N'\\
Had a very S. Hot Place. The devils I :Mrs. Jack leg last week and is confined to \ with Year holiday guests of r.-lat\: ,
Alice saying that Pop is much better come look at the gilt. H-? said I I main helpeiwas Nelson of Jacksonvilleto Alachua General relatives. here.

although he still is largely confined he had never seen anything like it Put up a brand new sign, ROAD- I complaining that every year the Stephen Foster Memorial.Mr. all wish her Hospital. We I Saw D. S Alvarez in our community -

to his bed. In the same let in his life before, and said he would SIDE MARKET. What a job it they were getting fewer and fewer and Mrs. Milo Seigler and a speedy recovery.Mr. I last week. Vacation is over and ih-Ul": \ "

had to say about get his wife Mabel and they'd help is to block out the letters paint in people Down There and that their son. Mike, Valparaiso are and Mrs L. A. Mott visited We and teachers have gone ba k
ter, Alice this her Sunday.Mr. are glad to report that Mrs.R. .
weather there at Tom's treat the gilt. But in the mean- the red, and then paint white more people were going to Heaven. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whit- M. Johnson. their usual school work
the up and Mrs. who has been
II O. W. con
I around red. But when it But the Devil had idea. It I Barry, who
an
the was
four inchesof time. Sam was afraid that the
had i fined
River, N. J.: "We fitld.At I have been to her bed for several weeks. I -
employed at
washed it away gilt would die so he hurried and finished I tand Dave Tenner gaveus I was a piece of wire, bent into a noon Sundav-- .Mr--_. _ana .M-... Apopka for ,,_. kI.r .
then rain uu '!r auie
snow, I time 10 oe up and around.Mr. .
some
Christmas I ) Machine and
spent Portable
morning. John I found Harold and Jay Eunice a hand in putting it up) we loop and sharpened at each end"It's William F. Atwood of Jacksonvillewere at'I' Adding
next
before the their home here. and Mrs T N .
Norman an.; T3 11t.rlter" !'oW on time.-Bradford
and Mame had time to make a who "doctored" the gilt. They thought that it was worth the I an invention of mine", said dinner guests of Mr. and I I
Mrs. son >rald
Mrs.I Rosa Pinholster returnedSaturday .11' i.mpamed Mi and! Count legraph.
P. }
snowman the evening before. washed the inflamed area with a work. I the Devil, "and I'll call it a staple S. Crews. from ,
I. 1 It will bend, twist, fall the Mr. and Mrs. J. Jacksonville where .
Next we had a big drop in temper. warm solution of Lysol and water I to G. Caldwell had she had the -
Christmas Eve and Christmas ground, cause smashed fingers! as their guest spent holidays with ,
ature. I went out to look at the and in doing so washed off a huge Spent j Sunday Jack Mc- friends and relatives

thermometer at 4 a.m. (I give blood clot. Later when Don and Day alone because it seems be hard to drive into a post, and Glynn from the Naval Air Station 4 4
Mrs. Hazen
Doyle >
Pop pills then), and the mercurywas Mabel arrived they suggested that every time we go away :something : : harder to get out. and cause many Jacksonville. Mr. McGlynn i is Mrs. L. A. Mott were and shopping son and in *. NO 'MAGIC'or 'MIRACLES'AWAIT 4 4

at 10 degrees below zero. washing the are with a solution goes wrong. So we stayed i: a man 10 lose ajl) chances of get from Ventura. Calif, and his Gainesville last Saturday.Mr. .

of epsom salts. Thanks to the home, and want to thank all the 1 ting to Heaven." parents are friends of Mr. and 4
S and I
help of these the Eunices and the hospitable folks who i invited us to j And ever since that inventionthere's 'Mrs.. A W. Anderson. Jr.. now of Mrs. Edgar Dukes attended ,I p. 4

Wen Blondie, the "watched i Dotsons the gilt got better. I have Christmas Dinner with them. I not been another shortage that city formerly of Starke.En services at the Church of '4
'
pot". had her pigs. She startedto S. 'I And although it is late we extend -I of people down in the Hot Place. route from Chipley to her I, Christ at Starke Sunday night. 4 4

have them just after Sam finished our very bet season's greetIngs I homf in West Palm Beach. Mrs Mrs. John Mott of LaCrosse THE HARD OF HEARING
One of the i
chores and it was growing prettiest sights we''eever W. B. visited the L. A. Motts last Thurs- '
j to our friends.i Granger was guest of Mr.
dark. The weather was cold and seen is a strawberry patch and :Mrs J. G day. 4
i i. GodwinVedr.esday
Sam. full of bloom. The dark brown STATE FARM Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown of i i
in the
quite damp, so got pen \ had a brief but pleasantvisit of last week. Confusion is being created by 4
i
?nd dried off the pigs as they ar earth deep green leaves and iI New Years Hawthorn visited the R. F. GanoJ: some
I from Mr. and Mrs. Peck Sirs. Whitfield g."ots: of Mr. and I
01 By Bryan
rived. Blondle had nine, one of snowy white blossoms make a perfect Starke, who originally came from Mrs W. A Knigjjt were Mr. and family Wednesday. Mr. and MPS 'I'' current claims I about hearing aids I

them a runt, but the others fine picture of Nature at work. the Catskills in New York Mrs. J. L. Johnson and their son Gano also had as a holiday! guest pp.,. -
When it looked if Trouble is that when you raise the up I Open limN'TmmE'dialtlv their grandson Ray Gano of '4
husky
pigs. as
State. Wendell of Jacksonville: and Hearing aids that advertise "mam-lou,. n.\\ m\ doggone things too after the ChristI Gainesville. I
you worry .
everything was over satisfactorily, I Mrs
Gordon Jones and their device of any kind in either I'ar.r" "new and revolutionary
Sam went up to the house, cooked much about them, and wonder how mas Pagt'ant'ednt'sday evening 'laughter.! Velmarie Dukes visited! Mr. and I 4
Weighed one of the pullets when I held in Linda of Glen St. Mary invention a hearing aid without a ioid or connection of <4
a late meal and flopped in bed. much money they will bring you i Dec. 26. open hou--e was Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Lawrence Crawford in High I 4
Charles
Ed "
\ First thing in the morning he whether you will get the help you they were 13 week old- three anda the Club House. The seasonal Olmstead Falls. Ohio ely ol Springs last Thursday. i any kind. or "no tubes no batteries," "te. may not be entirely 4
and Mrs
looked at the and need, etc. Our patch is bloomingand quarter Ibs. Looked up feeding 'I theme was carried out in the dec The : false but are misleading to many II.
pigs, they were Lucretia Roberts of Lake L. A. Molt family spent
fine the in we have some green fruit. I recommendations for growing orations. A lovely Christmastree Butler. ,,_,_:___ ,_ T">..._ .n _. __ ... .. I I. I
but poor gilt was terrible I >iniMiii: m uuneiion With ,Mrs.
pullets and found that we should I stood I Mr and :Mrs J. G. Godwin and! I 'I : Let's set the record
hhape. Duriiig the birth she Saw some berries on sale on the with its flickering lights Mott's mother Mrs. Reta Brown. straightAll
II their
had been badly torn and she was' Highway this week. start to give them plenty of I near the huge open fire. The mantel Day son with Harold Mr. spent Christmas- Last Monday the Motts visited I > hearing aids require something in or behind the car 4
scratch. Seems that the and Mrs V. R.
pullets
badly swollen. Sam naturally was a. I! was banked with native greenery Reddish Mr. and Mrs. Jim Douglas in >: That something is the air fondut-tion receiver or the bon- 3
require it so that they will de- j in Lawt'y. On that occasion -
for
that the background
alarmed and went to see Harold Set out a short double bed of I was Gainesville.Mr. 'I conduction receiver. There is such
velop big bodies capable of sus- of and :Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Godwin > no thing as no connection -
Eunice, who wag away, but did Early Jersey Wakefield cabbage ained Wish there arrangements poinsettia and their son Bob. were with Mrs. and Irs.t'd Hicks and either to the ear or behind! the ear. Every hearing aid
plants which Alice) raised in a cold egg production. I red and white gladioli. These exquisite >
frame. The plants were rather was some way to keep them from blossoms were placed effectively Bertha Pearce in Siarke and Mr. Velmarie Dukes visited Mr and I requires either a cord, wire, or a plastjc! tubing to carry

Inner-Tone Praised pecking at everything near them. I the and Mrs. J. B. Godwin and their ; Mrs. Harold Dukes of Dukes re >: sound to the ear. All hearing aids today require batteries to
throughout spacious
spindly:\but we set them very deep. i I
Sam had a scratch on his hand I son, Jimmie. were with Mr. and cently.Mr. the electronic circuit
By People I The earth was very moist so we club room. The refreshments table I : power in the hearing aid transmitter
and time he fed them Mrs. Robbie Shaller, also of Starke. I, and Mrs. Alex Williams of There
one is
for YearsFolks did not ,have to worry about the every I covered with a white linen : no conceivable manner of improving hearing with-

Ailing I sun killing thejn.: By the way would open the scratch and make I cloth was centered with a bowlof Mr. and Mrs. Shaw Buck and I'I Jacksonville spent the weekend out power to "pu"h"'soun.l through to the brain.

I when we say that the earth was I i j it bleed. They even pecked one red and white gladioli inter- their children of Groveland were with her parents, the Dave Greens p. I
been for
who've ailing of their sisters to death the devil visitors of 1'arri-h > We. of Sonotone have long realized the need to do everything -
and have tried about very moist, that is an understate .1 spersed with narcissi and lacy Mr. and Mrs. Lyle H. Ixley" Funeral !

years everything under the just sun report ment. It was soaked. I I fern. The beauty of its handsome Buck ana of Mr. and Mrs. Herb A large crowd from here attended > possible to provide a first rate hearing aid that can be

amazing benefits from the first( 5U Hear that J. L. Starling has a appointments was accentuated by Thomas Sunday and Monday.M. I the funeral of Lesley L. Parrish worn comfortably and as invisibly as possible. In doing .4

bottle of INNER-TONE. Relief Planted another double row of fine registered O I. C. male. Thereare soft candlelight;: shed by tall white D. Carter of Lake Worth i is'I at Elzey's Chapel near Worthington this, we have done nothing that would in any way reduce 4

comes at once to sufferers of ner- English peas. And also replantedpart several different breeds of tapers in crystal holders. During : visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. G. String- Springs last Sunday afternoon. the better hearing we are seeking to bring or that would 3

vous indigestion, heartburn and of the latest row which for registered males around this area the entertainment hours sandwiches ', fellow and other relatives in this Mr. Parrish died suddenly at his { ;: make our instruments less efficient hearing aids.

upset stomachs while INNER- another had now, and that should mean better and cake were served with I section of the State. home in Orlando Friday nightDec. r-
some reason or several -
We ha"e maintained high quality and high fidelity, back- 3
TONE'S iron goes right to work bad skips. We treat theseed and better pigs. coffee. Mr. and Mrs W. M. Goethe of 28. He was born and rearedin E
I ,, Shad visitors of Mr. and Mrs.L. I Union ed by the steadfast desire to bring the best in hearing. This
and
blood
building up your starved wth Spergon and that usually Holiday Tampa visited Mr. and Mrs. Herb County resided there
and its vitamins soothe and feed I sures a good stand. It may In-I be I an amusing letter from O. F. Chapman were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas last Friday and SaturdayIn I until a few years ago when ho has always been Sonotone's policy. We pledge you that our

your jangled nerves.- INNER-TONE that the chicken manure which we I,I J. Anders, Mayor of Lawtey, referring Robert S. Chapman of Orlando. an exchange of visits Mary moved with his family to Orlando. >: policy will always be. better instruments: to bring you the

is the new liquid tonic made from put into the row burned the seed.' I to our recent note about Rev. and Mr L. A. Shepherdand River Stubbins of Starke spent He was the son of the late I 't best possible hearing/ not gadgets for "('ome-on!"

Nature's herbs fortified with iron the mule hanging around the plat-I their visitors Sgt. and Mrs and Mrs. J. H. Parnsh.Sur't'ing lr'l I
If the weather holds mild we t .
Sunday night with Frances Caldwell .4
and Vitamins B-l. B-2. and B-6.
form of can't Williams and their
Lawtey. Sorry we Calvin daugh-
are his *
should have English soon. i wife Mrs.
peas and they reversed the visitor-
Miserable people soon feel betterall .5. print it all, for it is too long, but I ters. Sandra and Sherrie. of West- hostess:: status New Year's Eve. I Effie Nettles Parrish, and four I II Poor eyesight is usually corrected with properly fitted j
over So don't go on suffering! boiled down Anders said Christmas : gla! -rs. The obvious and
Mayor over Air Base. Mass., spent I sons, all of Orlando. :> practical step with poor hear-
Get INNER-TONE KOCH i i Planted some radishes and this \ and
Mr. J. H. Ritch of
at drug Mrs. 4
that the mul. had enough commonsense Day with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Rev. i lug ito compen.sate with a prop rly fitted hearing aid.
time sowed them I Wiley Brannen. Primitive j
"parsely
store otday. I very : Kingsley Lake were supper guestsof
>
Crescent
not to get on the Highway.In Richardson in City.
Adv Last time Sam planted radishesIT'S I Baptist minister of Lake Butler
( ) Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richarde
.1 l no way were we poking fun at : Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. with conducted the funeral services. Interment HEARING IS PRICELESS 3
the Town Marshall or the strict In. T. Hewitt of Jacksonville were Wednesday of last'ftk and.
i was in the chapel ceme I E 4
their hosts. attended the Christ- PROTECT!
laws for Mr. W.
enforcement of speed we tiiiiner guests of and Mrs. 4or
I
tery.
art very much in favor of it. | N. Xoith. mas Pageant in the Auditorium.Togett.er ,

i I Christmas Day Mr. and Mrs.V.. with )Ir. and Mrs. A. and family WediiesdavMrs.

THE MOST Sam's Mom and his sister RuthVt9U ;, L. Wells. Misses! Marva Dean and R. Brunner of Raiford, Mr. and J. H W-n*>r <.f M.nr )i' II I I SONOTONE I

\ 10 a Candlelight Service at i Charlotte Wells and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. O Engram and Sonny En- Georgia spent the :New Year hoh-, E

( 'iimn last week and came home i I Jack Nelson, all of Jacksonvillei gram went to Silver Springs Sun I j days with her brother and sister i I

WONDERFUL '" find their place ransacked i were dinner guests of Mr. and day. I in-law, Mr. and Mrs J. M BratiU! I
) J \C'hSO\( II.I.E 4
Thn-\'s took just about everythingwfti.h Mr= R. W. Brannen. Mrs.! Annie H: Norman Miss I Mr. and Mrs. D R M-rth-A- I

could be moved: sewing I Mr. and Mrs. W. G. StringfeUows Katherine Norman and Bruce Norman Jr. of Greenwood. Mississippi Act, 1012( :! < ;fenk-a! Hlclt \\illiam II. \\ ik't. "Igr.Buy .

I ma< hine, clothes toaster blankets, | Christmas Day with Mr. and <,f J.u( knv.ll.were visitor I visitors of their aunt Mr A MRicharde. !
/
!
BUY EVER -. If"'acuum cleaner Xmas presetI" -.1, Mrs. George Manassa in Green of Mr a'd! :Mr H M Richarde Saturday. '

\ ,ianned goods just about Cove Springs. .

''vtlung. Sam went to Jack- i I Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Alligood: of

SOIltll..' and gave the police a des -j I Jacksonville were Christmas dinner -

\IQ 1 : ( (it>' ion of the man who killed : guests of Mr. and Mrs. fc.j .
Plain ilard Fhcts
th hug for Mom it looks as if'j j Blume. Janis Blume returnedJacksonville these

he did the job. Shows what hap- I' with Mr. and M.- on

pen when you are not careful Alligood and visited them flit

about whom you let into your several days.

I 1Ir M. E. Griner of Otlam.f,: .

horn'S was at the Farm Friday \iMtiiiE! See for yourself how a Chevrolet truck
,1,1S
\\ have a good stand of let- I a number of friends brief

I. 'lit plants in the cold frame. :l Mr. and Mrs Denm l!' Fat' '.. can cut your costs in every way
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Look> if just about every seed i I attended the Watlin-MiH-: \ .

ilair- ha* sprouted and we should ding: in Perry on Wednesday bee -
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ha' more than enough plants.
I .
Sp* "h however is another story During the Christmas l",1"IMr !> ;,.% -
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Out know what went wrong but and Mi'''. J L. William "M'' : n

.V.- only about a dozen plants.. : their visitors :Mr. and :Mi r- !
akie I Williams and Misse- RUGGED
: MN" well have to try again. ,
'
)LU'4 H,i time will treat the seed with L Williams and Annf' I.. I .

,<. -' II as it looks as though the" Williams being frl'r.p, t/J
ar v
.'; rotted Miss Bush fron :M't! -
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r \V. O. Ham-1 011.. 'r sand ,'
-' M1ne./
.- : ; home after, Joe. of Ti"! 1t r ,<
:t4' l Henrietta back
.. .; rL-) . r ing her to Harold Eunice's I Lt. and :\Ir- L. n v 'II ,

and their hld': Me- ,
'
: d! poor shape at the time she, ] Marsha Jam- .,' -i j E.n.,1: !' ,. .

.I! her last pigs. and we are' Friday {ron:: ril.-.rni.i -I- k-.Jr1k4 a,

increase lIrs Fran i..' ; .tT' ts. M 1r ,: 54r
A t! III!. 'ft try to gradually

i.' .\ right so that she can produce,, !iWjs. G. E. Cmv < [.,'fore PIP..M.: _

ing to Washingtc'i! D. C. wh r*
.' !god:(; pigs and be in good I! a-
1 i Lt. will '. be stationed .
Francis nl' '
take of them.
>:" to care ;

S It' !i Mr. and Mrs. W. A. h..--C>.- 4
FULL (ASH I
Christmas Eve and Christmas -"
( : joyed meeting and talking trM' spent I
FREE! Miranda and her sister. who.i Day with Mr and Mrs': J L L ,
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-. .-inlv bought a farm} near Law Johnson in Jacksonville. =: :: .
p BUTTONHOLED I dpnQ. ,, ,,,"'bo .J _'"
fU5O te> :Mr. Miranda is a Brazilianfunsul I Holiday visitors (If Mr and :Mrs
wflhI FAC1I
I and does much work irJarKsonville. Mack Sweat were Mr and Mrs "

MACHINE These folks are very, l Ira Dobson and their children oj! .c.

PURCHASED mu- interested in raising cattlev i Clearwater. Woodrow Hollin"wort>

# EASY ? \ ,-'. ire to Bradford County! I and his children Leeshurg ar.r __
FACT NO. 1 1- Costs Less to Buy
TERMS ARRANGED I i Mrs. Eunice Wilson of Gainesville

Th I" i ithe time of the year foi, I Mr. and Mrs. John Crs an.i _

I New Year's Resolutions but Sam I i !heir children of Monticello ut-r> ,
FACT No.2-Saves the Job
I I I doesn t think that he will try an>r l guests of Mr and MrG F Money on

this war In other words his onlj Crews Wednesday and Thursday"

'I I resolu'ion i> not to make an> an>: of last week

I I i I I more I Mr knlfrs: H 0 EatIII! ] F FACT No. 3 Right Truck for Every Load A.HlunIfm.K 'J.Crbuy on (!, '\ ', to'l.nh f f.J'ts, not '..

I S and Mrs. FraniH Gilbert re phrases.

\Vrfu TDvt_ turned from Peters That's why more of them buy Chevrolet truch ,v '
-- Going to plant tomato seeds iI:I i i i Wednesday St.

the cold frame and see if we can'!t: i burg where they had visited Mrs : FACT No. 4 -Keeps Its Value Longer other make nearly as many as the next tucombined i'.

:I gel some very early tomatoes. W, | H O. Bates. Jr since SaturdayI I !

:C1iioVA u -STORE I will have to prepare a sheltem I Nancy and Barbara Bates. wh< What they g/ for their money n a rugged, trurdy .! .

I I spot where we will be able to pn.1 I went to St. Petersburg with then ) pendable truck 'that's factory-matched to their jobs ant rloads -.

I 408 W. St. Jacksonville Fla. (.tect the young plants in case ol r r parents complete' their Christmas ---- ,. -,// -right power, right capacity, right price-wkh sa\ir.i; .P
I Forsyth frost. ,I holidays by remaining there wit f.rst ,,4 other trucks of
I II I a freeze or ,. I : purchase over comparable specifications, asrJ!

I would like a free home demonstration of your fully 1 their grandmother until Sunday. S ". i. Klet ( a'record of savings on the job that can't be topped.

I guaranteed rebuilt Singer Machine at $26.50. at no obligation j I All cf which reminds us that n t Accompanied by Miss; Sue Biggsof I '" .r-r-".'\.1 Come in aad! let's get down to cs.eon how a Chevrolet

to me. is not very long to planting time. ; Starke. :Miss Peggy Caldwell truck can cut your hauling or delivery costs. You can't mo.kc

I Six or seven weeks only and 'c ;i spent Tuesday night with Co! ar.d MORE CHEVROLET TRUCKS IN USE THJUI ANY THER MAXE1 a better buy-to save youi money!

I Name I I much to be done before then. Forlone 1 Mrs. O. W. Griffin ;n St Augus!

Address _______n___________ I j thing we are going to take a tine. _
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I II I| great deal more time in preparing: Christmas guests of Mr= Lola COOPHONE
I
City State____________
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I I I-11 -R.F.D.dd- -*bi --l'ka.'e-Sftld- Specific- -Directions- -BCT-1 I| I, We have; Ita-ntd that the more' Robarts of Atlanta Ga Mr ai.d 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL & COURT STREETS








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FOUR BRADFORD COrXTY TELEGRAPH. STARJFLORIO".
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r !i Baptist Circles I: Mrs. Colson HostessTo St. Mark's .
AuxiliaryThe WOW To MeetThe
r I -i. : : -.:= '-t-:,.: "if::::'::
Met Tuesday I \oman's Council
t I 4 St Mark's Auxiliary
The Dun Knight circle of the The Woman s Council of the Episcopal church will hold its[I Woodman's Circle will hold their

i I by j I Baptist: Church met Tuesday evening First Christian church met at the next monthly meeting at the homeof '11st meeting of the New Year in J COLQXIAI
I Mrs. O. L, Beasley 409 N.
in the educational home ofIrs.. Walnut -!
en- buildingwith Clyde W. Colson the W. O. IYHall Tuesday nightat I
Night" 20 present. Tuesday evening. Jan. 1. After the street. Monday afternoon at 3 7:30.: AU members
I o'clock. are urged to
Mrs T. I:. McCJane. leader pre- business se ion the group enjoyed I FLORIST
1 Gladys Mooty J JMiss I at the sided over the meeting. Mrs. O. L special music and song. The attend. I

Phone 35 Linsin program leader had as her I hostess served refreshments, assisted PTA To Meet :|I Ii There will be a dull team praci II
I
_, u W home topic. "Good News For All WhoS..ek' by her daughters, Kathrynand i lice at the close of the irueiingj .: FLOWERS
Those taking part on the : Elaine. The PTA of the Bradford High Refreshments will be served
j by the FOR ALL
was I OCCASION:
Anice Green Weds Charles corn, program were Mrs. Eldon Hardy i The February meeting will beheld School will meet Tuesday night i hostess Grove ,,
Mrs. Mildred Daukle Mrs. Mike I i at the home of Mrs. On-all] Jan. S, at 7:30: p.m. in the school! j
Jn Lovely Church Ceremony, I During Shepherd and Mrs. Ewell Lawson. : Culvei. cafeteria. Topic for the program I

.. [ the Mrs Hardy led in the will be "The Education !
--- of
the
I I ] up all opening ( )
s 1 1Iiss prayer and the devotion Exceptional Child*.
., 1r 1 they was given Jr.Voman's Club Jack Tra-
wick will WAIT
Mrs J. T. Lawson The have charge
collectionwas of
the
... program i I
and
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V_ I Iu I $12.95 and the Lottie Moon To Meet Monday II I DISH GARDENS
special offering was $30. II I I
If
I pre- The Junior Woman's nub will I *ou l..r a rim h..r..f' .>r t'iic:
During the social hour refreshments I CAKII: OP THANK H"n. I;rnb a .h nrl and mart rOTTERY
was hold its regular monthly meeting die

i Day were served by the hostesses Monday evening at 8 o'clock at \Ve want to express I Call Florida Kenderers POTTED PLANTS
our
,
grati
; Mrs Ewell Lawson, Mrs T
; F. the club house. tude to our I'rtf
I I the Landrum and :'liss. Wilma Alex The Health program will be in neighbors for many their kindness friends and and "ri'plf"1| I'rnmpt ur V.srlhi lirniotal,'. I.hf''od u l lend FLOWEnS1RED I
I ander. I
r 1I and charge of Mrs. Eugene Long. I death helpfulness during the illness and I Ph. Cainesxille 3.130 CollectStarke ANYWHERE

t Smith The Ida Hostesses for the evening will 1 Richard of/ out, hu-hand and pr I Nona St
Darby circle of the i k M-- SUrke
Mar- be: Vivian Harley chairman Ruth I I and ta', S f R father'l 132
1 Baptist church met at the home of ; ?

Aliese Joan Mrs N. O. Maxwell Tuesday aftt'r'i( Barksdale.Baker Lucille June Alvarez.Caldwell Barbara Franci- j i A..1111uu .A. u u u .I . -
IColl..y j ---------------- ......
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noon with 12 members and two p. -- -- .
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A McRae, I and Lucy White I aAAA&AAAALAALAAAAAAAAAA4LAAkAkAk
4 :: visitors pre-ent. i i 4
Curtis

1' r Tenly Louie, ,Mrs held W.a L.business Andrews session, circle leader with Beta Sigma Phi L /. A & P'S EVERYDAY LOW PRICES :4t


Tom- chairman reporting the community Members of the Beta Sign 1 .i I" t
missions. The on HIGH QUALITY :
MERCHANDISE
chairman (
I
gave a sorority contributed a bisi-\ }
report of her work in helping to i 1 4
food, clothing and toys to i i 4
"'\ get some children, who were family during the Christn, i Will Be MORE IMPORTANT To You :
seriously ill. to a doctor, and also son. i

tY 1 .. in helping sick woman An inspiring E Than Ever in 1952 ,
The sorority will hold n'H: \i i .
devotional was
given by
meeting on Jan. 14, the plan t.i 4
danced Mrs. Dave
r Paulk. using as hei .
..1i' be announced later.
s theme "Gifts". 4
followed
I I.. : v .... by prayer I 4
"'" .# r i i'ti by Mrs. Maxwell Each 4
gave their (','In: OP 11IAXKS .
I
4
1l( Year's views and) desires for the New I p 4

1 -. clock Year. Offering was $12 75. I I wish to thank all my friends 4 4

Mrs Maxwell assisted by Mrs. and kind neighbors for their 4
4
motif Paulk. served refreshments during thoughtfulness help and expressions 4

in the so>'.lal hour.Woman's of sympathy extended to me 4 4

and | and my children during our recent 4

the, bereavement not only 1111", 4 4
Club1To
1
stream-I but for the past two years I 4
S 4
: were I Meet Jan. 9 sincerely appreciate the many 4
U Oz. Hottle 4
multi- I \ kindnesses shown us by the Starke 4
1.. ever I Members of tue Starke Woman'!?: Police, and City and County officials r Ann Page Fancy Ketchup 23c 4
.Ai; Club will 4
< ., 1 ; mantd.I meet Wednesday after ,- Pearls M. Colson and+ 4
.l-ft. ;; I noon Jan. 9 at 3:30: o'clock for children I 4
i their regular monthly meeting I: I q 16 Oz. Jar 4 4
II
fire- Miss Audrey Newman is in I I i Ann Page Pure Strawberry Preserves 43c 4 4
-- charge of the Youth Conservation I I 4
fire, LOOK
I
._ I 1 4
The music ; I
will 1 4
..... ... boughs. program. program Ann Pure 16 4
,,rr.- be under the direction of Mrs! R I I I Page Honey oz. jar 35c 4
I J. Davis. I I 4
I II p.
I .
c :fr p" of the- Hostesses for the afternoon \\illl I I! \3.69 I p. 4,.

,; held I be: Mrs Bertha Pearce Mrs I. N, I I Sweet Juicy :
Breaz -ak>, Mrs. J. W. AndewMrs. >
re
: J. B. Cottrell Mrs W B | : Lb..Bag '

q Hart. 1lrs.V.. E. diid: +Ileunt, Mis I i iE .+ ,I II r1 [ ORANGES E S 8 3SC

dd I L. Matthews Mrs II. B Peyton J

-.. curtain and Mrs. L. D. Vining. : ,
I I II p. .
> Eulahe Anlce Green daughter bride The by 1 4

of Mr and Mrs. Floyd Green, sheerest bridal tables WSCS Notice *" I i iI + t Fancy Yellow 4 4
L
became the bride of Charles Ditt!'a' tiara of seed .S|>r M> '

mar, son of Mr and Mrs. R,. Hood ried bouquet i( blue I The Methodist WSCS circles!j NO MORE STOOPING {
'1 i will hold their regular month] i WHY SOU YOUR HANDS? SQUASH 2Lbs. 19C
Dittmar of Jacksonville, on Friday and carnations, : I [
4
Dec 21, in the First Baptist)|white or Aid and meetings next week I Wash Your Floors Spotless 4

Church with \Rev. 1. D. Haines white sa tn Green.'o' : Circle, Airs. L. A Davis leant I- | With the New > 4
reading the naptials. I Immediately I i sold a er will meet with Mrs. Davis Tut-- Ir e --- .4 4

The church was handsomely mon}'. Mr. and gs day morning at 10:30( : o'clock "PARK MOP" Fancy Pole 4
decorated for the wedding service entertained Circle 2. Mrs H M fcuhai.i.' :< 4
at 4
with arrangements of white chrysanthemums at their.home on I : 1 Wil] i leader 1 will m 'et at the home ,"I,1 REFILLS 1.79DUCKY'S Lbs. 4
B E EANS S 2 2 9C 4
:gladioli:: and fern. The home was : Mi; :*" M v I Ilal"\l .I't'MMl) i ill :Mull'l' \ 4 4
Lighted: white tapers in cathedral i ed with white :Mi- .tltt i in<'un at MI' )IIM I KCltll. 4

candelabra completed the effective '. 4
daisies ] : Ml- \ / AnU I I' : .
decorations.As I : t ; H< r i ii ., ,, 1 4
Later in the .! I A ''!'I 1 ': II: < "i N'h 4
the wedding guests assembled -! i H 4
,
Mrs Dittmar ] : H. 'a1'' "' lIS 11. t \IJ. T. Fancy York 4
a program of nuptial music ;; '. 4
\1
ii I i.\

The was were offered traditional used, by sung Mrs wedding by Mona the marches Canova.Baptist dine Dittmar trip suit to traveled New with ,, :, 'M. '" (:.' .:'-._ : : .' .- _,: -' -;' ',-'='---- : A PPLES l E S 5 Lb. Bag 41CI 4 4 4 4 4



Girls The Quartette.bride who was given 1 in I gloves accessories.The bride is a J!I FOR THE NEW YEAR I li 4 4 4 4 1

marriage by her uncle, R A. University of Branded Dry Salt Best Grade White"AC" 4 4
Green, had as her matron of honor, 4
bachelor of arts 4
her sister Mrs. E. A. Raney of Lb. 4
tion. I II
She
|I is
Freeman, Va. and Junior bridesmaid I 29CK 4
I| Grand Park ) 4
was her cousin Lou Green. p. 4
Jacksonville, 4
The matron of honor's gown 'I 4 i
The -5.
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was a ballerina length aqua blue
R S. and 4
L. L. -
taffeta and she carried red ros!'!!. about e I It I : 4
t=t ---1 -
I University of ) .. w 4
: JANE PARKER I 1
pest man for the bridegroom wash > a 4
,,1I\'mber of Chi > 4
's brother Rabun H. Dittmar Of Delta law p I 4
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Tallahassee and the ushers were I honorary; and : I, : o0if I > : ROLLS 4

N B Rosier. Jr. of Starke and i M IST-SERVE I
j'of the : 1.IT1 ( t. ; _
Williams of Jackson I\\
Charles U
Review. He is n ; .
Jm *n\\ _, "* \I Dedell and '

A lovely gown of imported law. in ( t
CHEF j "71A+1

chantilly lace oveClipper ,;atm, I Due to PKG. .. '.' dEight: d.". .... "
ballerina length, was worn by tjI he family, the
'
; immediate OF < O'clock 77c

i town '
guests } R'ch' and full' Boo cd I T ,
Alvarez Mary G E

[PARK \ and daughters MODEL) Red Circle 79c
Ken Ridley
R Williams of Vigorous ard Wiret /

I and Mrs R. S Bokar Coffee file
Y ? I t _
Fri., Sat. Jan. 4, 5 I ler I LAG 1

IIIC; DOUBLE FEATURE I 4-


Shut My BIG Mouth i Mary Has Ann I:'. "Junkt't" Brand Quick IONA ENRICHED FLOUR s.

:Marring Joe E. Bruit n | ,
FUDGE MIX. 35c
ONLY -
AND Little Mary 1999 F Lb.Bag

West Of The Pecos I I ed Sunday her sixth l lean'*
Robert Mitt-hum, Karliara HaleIl1 er Mrs. Mary ;;i( Chef gas range LAVA SOAP lOc 4 4

:Serial anti 1Hoinele!! I a small lawn ; during our Holiday 4

Har" Cartoon. on X Walnut ,: you top perform- For \\ hiter Wa."hesOXYDOL Lb. Bag 7I4 t
ting dependabili 1 0
I Games were '
Sun, Mon., Tues exclude features large pkg. 30c
4
afternoon and ;: SmallJun's P:1 1 Y.EST.. (+ __ 4
Jan. G. 7, S i David and ,! t Wheel oven heat M A 4
I'' ie'e burner The Perfect 'leaner S4.72 4
Refreshments top Lb.
/Jal. iv* ,70 J/OSTIIS I Bag 4
LITTLE EGYPT ; yard with a : insulated o en- E SPICK'N'SPAN 24c 25 4 4

I day cake with ; plu< many 4
IX TECHNICOLOR: I I tering the refrt' and other MAMf; ONLY SllJiS Per Mo. I I''rsonal HarIVORY 4 4
t 1. .
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Mark :Me\ens. Thonda Fleming I Helping '. .---- 4
}'Ill.. "100) ljRinIf Cartoon and the occasion > I E SOAP, 4 for 23c 4 i
I For Tough Job Washing
('n \t'r-.ll Nuts
Mr and Mrs. > 4

Jackso.1\iIlt', t : Toile l SoapSWEETHEART 3 Ueg'. Bars CHEER, large pkg. 30e 3.
Jan. 9 10 Mr.
Wed., Thur. and Mrs
1 : 25c 4t
lilC; DOUttLE FEATURE sonville. Mr. ) (

of Los FLORIDA Price in this ad effective thru Satur- =

Girls Of The Road ster of E It FIoatIVORY day. January 5.A&PFOOD. 4

Ann IKoruk. ll,-len :Mack, Lola Creech of St !I ', SOAP, large bar 14c =
and Barbara
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ANDGOLDEN Lane j: Epperson Mary Louise and & APPLIANCE CO1 I'E' I For Dishes STORE 3.

,! Starke. DREFT SOAP, large pkg. 30c =
I I
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BOYBarbara
II I Mrs. The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. 4
Dally The Soap For Beautiful Skin 2 Ilth Brs Entire Contents Copyrighted, 1930 4

Stanwjck<< \\illiaiuHoWen \ ing and ; ...;1\Uhf:. Fl..'\. IE CAMAY SOAP 25c 4 4TTTTTTTTTTTT
300 East Call St.'TTTTTTTTTffTTVTTTTTTT .
guests by { .. _. .. .
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 4; 193? BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARK: FLORmAC.A1NTKE


I IIIIII I 114' Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Richard of Mr and MrA.. C :Manassa and Mr. and Mrs Glen Duke and i PACK nvrMr. --

Jacksonville were Christmas guestsof children of Jacksonville; were holiday daughter.! Gal; and Terry Dea. : and Mrs Pale C. Murray Mrs Warren Perkins and Mrs. Mrs Titus
their son-in-law and daughter. and I children of Highland Park, Annie Colson I Olson is spot d:-':,:
guestof Mr; and Mrs. Robert moved \\'t'lnt'dafrom: Gainesvilleto had as weekend three
| 111.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr. Green were recent guests of Mr. and guests their weeks with her mother AI-! '
and family. the Prather house, brother and his
corner of I Mrs. Fred Ackerman. fam- {Lilly, in Olmst >ad HI.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton St. Peter I { ,
Mr ily of '
Lakeland.
and Jlrs
John Barrett of Washington and Water streets Mr. and Mrs. T.
Mrs.
and family and Miss ; Mrs G. Newcomb and John Brewer of Mas'' '-.
Beryl Holland family J
:
Atlanta Poppell :Mrs.
Ga. Mr. '
were weekend guests Duke. who rEcently sold his I had Duryle Van Wag- 'N C.
was the
as
of Gainesville were holiday of Mr. guests! the past week her enon and Mrs. week Id: i gu -
NEWS and Mrs. Jesse Newsome. filling -tation in Gainesville, will I mother Mrs. Jay Harris Poppell Mr. and Mrs W. '. '
H. H. .
guests of their cousins, the Harry P. Move:, and Mrs. Van > >nan
George Cheshire Wacenon
had as recentnests be employed by J. W. and brother j Mr
Andrews.nn.BS niece, hiss and Mr
Mootys. The Toy Cooper of Orlando. Jewett .
Mootys spent Christma Jay Harris Fogs g1.
.. Mr. and Mrs Ed Taylor FOR SALE I were en route to Philadelphia i i ed last
with the St. Peters in Gaines- ( : Aniar\lis. Mr- and Mrs. Fred Jaehne and ] week from the K h., !
and
Mr.
and where
Mrs. William Taylor I Wat-onia. and they are both med-(!
Dr. Pete Felos spent Christina* I M rs. E. W Hayes Jr. and ville. I and two Caa..li..lu.-It. F..I sons, David and John of Cam- ical students i apartment on N. Walnut street
1 sons of Savannah. Tenn. Young Christian St. at Temple University I to the
with his mother Jlrs. Georgia Fe- daughters. Sue and Judy of Jacksonville i r Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Miles were i Mr and! Mrs Ben Cook and I Miss\ Janice bridge city. Ind. were visitors dur- I Mr and Mis William Norris Riley Wasdin borne on ri* I"

los, and family in Jacksonville.WftMing I were with Mr. and Mrs. I I holiday guests of relatives in I family of Jacksonville and Mr. and I i title Madron of Ja'k-j l ng the holidays of Mr. and Mrs. I as !quests during the had j: street recently occupied b\ .
was
.. t.U.at the Brides 1 AV. Hayes, Sr. for Christmas 'Warner! Robbins Ga. Mrs. Alfred Walker t the guest of her soot I A. M. Sieg and family. I Augusta Hillman. holidays Mrs. j Tom Caseys who moved to J.onville. .\ n.
of Lake ,Mrs.[ Nelnia Mrs
IF. City Ken.everal Janice | :< ) .
Shoppe Crytal, (china and !ilver-i 3 Sr. and Mrs. Spencer Crews arm |I i Rev. and Mrs. Tommy Steel and,Z i I spent Christmas with Mr and last week.Mr. ] days I. J. M. Wiggins of Jacksonville Dodd. Patricia and Jan Dodd I' souls nr and Mrs A. A K '
in hr shown daughter Sandra, of Ga'nesville I' went the weekend with his mother. I ofj I will move into the Kir.,
ware pattern son. Billy, of Jacksonville were I ...fri Adolph and Ocala. Mr and .t.t.i :
Gay Mrs.
family. and R.
I[ Mr- Arch H. Bart apartment
I(I j Thomas. Jr. Mrs. M. B. ley
Outrof-town relatives at the J. Christmas day guests of :Mrs. Havana were Christmas guests of the W.I[ ()\.; STOP SEKVICK.) Marke! spent the Herlong and Dr. of Jacksonville and i,I Mr.
pa-t week visitin?> Mrs. Herlonr=. Miss Pearl j and Mrs P. .
R. M.
Bar
Mundys.Mr.
S. Sapp family reunion Christmas I :
Johns and Miss Dot Johns i| Ur.C1..anl'r. A: laundry. Thomas': Hartley of Connersville. and
Ind. AIrs.
Mr. ilrs. D. M. and Mrs Gail Mathews parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs | G. II. Bennett '
day were, and and I l Thomas George Glader of I spent S.
P..eand
Miss June has M.
Harding of Atlanta, Gilhooly returned Snodgrass Mrs. L. Z. day
Heath of Fort Lauderdale and Mr. !son.' Bruce, / : In Scottsboro. Al?. Highland Park 111. Folmor of afternoon in Lake City
were holiday guestsof I to his home and Mr. and I i v-: >
Ga. home until in New The Albany.
was the first with York City : S G. Denmaiks Ga were weekend ing Stanley
S. E. air and Mrs '' and Ned Mrs. Milton St. guestsof Bennett who ,
and Mrs Reyes and family Lowell) Mathews Sunday : Peter and daughter. is .1 ;1'
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tomj I after spending three weeks Yane\s-: attended the GalOr Bowl I Sheriff and Mrs. P. D. Reddish. bent in the Veterans
and Mr, and Mrs. Richard Ray and air and Mrs. Virgil Mathewsat with his brother sisterinlaw.I I Sharon and Miss Beryl Holland The Ilospita. ,
I Harding. and game HI Jacksonville Reddishes and Friends
] their
Tut''Icla\! of K.
W
and family of Jacksonville. I Jacksonville Beach i :Mr and of Gainesville were New'1 guests Witt wi d!: '"
Mrs
Among those attending the i Mr. and Mrs. J E. Hardy and Mr. and Mrs.! Cula Coran spent :Mr Michael Gilhooly. j Mr. and )rrs. C. C Shepherd Year's Day supper guests of Mr. were dinner guests of Rev. and I interested to know that! hev r-

wedding De.. 30 in Tarpon slurs II Charles Hardy spent Christ- Christmas with Mrs. Florence Willie of Jacksonville and :Mrs W S Crawford j and daughters Mary Lou, Patricia I| and Mr- Harry Mooty. t Mrs B H. Rawls in High Springs I recently promote.! i to "i.inagt,: .r .

of Miss Helen Tsavaris to Dr. A. mas with Mrs. Charles Hardy, Sr. at Jacksonvill!J. Beach. |i guests of were holiday Ann and Martha Jane of Lake! Mr. and :Mrs: W. A. Stern and Saturday. '. the Commercial )ripL!:! : (V
in Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton'i' City W.M-A guests New I Afr. and Mrs. K:: L. Matthew Ynlln !'r0wn. Ohm,
Year's
A. Kartsonis were Dr. Pete Fe I !I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox oLive f. Crawford. Day | Miss:: Louise Stern spent New M I \\ ,'
of Mr and
los. Mrs. Frances Thorpe and I Jack Haile of Miami was with i; Oak were holiday guests of Mrs. D. W Moore Miss and Mrs C. A. Knight. j, Year's Day with :Mr.: and Mrs A l Matthew daughters and Mrs E S marred to the IOMIU r ( K Ida t 0sett ;

daughter. Sandra, Mrs. George I his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. G. !| }rr. and )Irs. Jame> Lewis and Christmas weekend spent the pre- Sara Barefoot has return- L. Kahr at Earlton Beach. drove to Mandarin | oi siarke ai-.il! '". ii\ .
with her son, el to Panama City after Mayport and St. George Island son DIhI.+ .
Haile !spending on
and Gussie and for Christmas. : famih.Mr. Cecil Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Slade
Kopt'lousus R. hall
sons I I Moore, and family of Ar- the past Sunday, MlS K .
ten days here with her I : I I r It II" > '.
Mrs. j M rs. Mallory and Mis. S G. Denmarkand as house guests during the r. !t.
Johnny Sen and Charley Thomas Sr. had 1 pas
I parents. Mr. and Mr and Mrs J l to h.'t h"mt'1> '
cher.Mr. Mrs. P. M \ Kud.l. Jr \\
Bare- -i ) .
i holiday M. C. Thomas family spent Christmas in' holiday Mr. and Mrs. W. S. < ;;;;h: -
Johns Jerome Johns. Mr. and :Mrs.Ias guests of i and Mrs. Don Parker foot and Slade of Jacksonville alit .
meet family. wen Sund.n "i \ :- } ;
afternoon ,
I i South Bend, Ind., Miss Odessa Pompano with Mrs. Denmark's hers ; and children of Baxley] Ga, Mr I np r.iI\ 1:11";
Steve Simmons, Mrs. O. L. Beas- of the BHS Mrs. '
j .
c.
( faculty the J. of Air
Di. ..
1 .. spent Schaefer underwentan and Mr C. guests and \11'E: an.! Mi.- < :, ,. 1'. \\ '
VV. :
ley. and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid. i Thomas P. N., at the Alachua parentMr holidays with their Sinclair and Middleton.Mr .
famUifs in St.JVtfrsburg operation m Alachua] Genera'' oi Talla-: i see -! ,
and Mrs. 'J M\is daughter and Mrs \\' I 1" p.tst v '
Hospital! and Mr. and Mrs. Mal : Smith'and c. Sla.le.
Mrs Effie Johns had Christmas / Reaih Hospital :; and/ Mr.

as and Orlando. Wednesday morning R. P Millei and \ 1'It'Pg! the h>"'. v '
Sr. of
day guests L. A. Smith and 1 I lory Thomas, Jr. of Auburndale. }sons, Butch Charles and Bob and Mr. and f MrTitus Olson is ,-pending Mr. and Mrs! \\'. L. Edwards and I i also had Douglas.aNew Year-Ga The Slade.s -on. 1'hiHip of Ormond 1I'a'h'N..' White! .P i a11 > ,: U i-'r tn..1 > >
Meyers of Dar
daughter of Jacksonville, :Mrs : Miss Gloria Johns of Jackson- I.s. JacksonI I the-e weeks in Olmstead. Ill with daughter. Fredrika. :Mr. and Mrs'! dinner weekend luiestif: ( :Mr and :M'-* Mi i- ,r. Mrs/ !I.I
ville spent Christmas weekeuf _, euestMr! and Mrs _Arthur_. .. .Clo.i.IMlss .... .,. I M! K
Carrie Smith of Rushnell. ..tarionCartfr ville was the guest of Mr. andMrs. '' ', tie r moiner. Mrs George: Lily. W. D. Struth. :Mrs. Leah Bauk- : u' \\ W Tune.. .II'; .tin': -taturd.tv; ; '
I either !
of Lake Worth.: H D. Carter I : T. J. Griffin the early part'' with Mr and Mrs. R. A. Weeks in PLA.VfS: TOi: SAI.K:: Chrjsanj night all! of Jacksonville. :Mr. and Rlade Mary anti Fiances Rlnde and Sam :Mr and MrHon.vi' L'wI'; .it ill \\ hi, -;tOIl I'' I'

of Maxville, Mr. and Mrs. Hen '1 I of last week. The Griffins dro\'e' Keystone Heights. Mr. and Mrs. j thi'iniinis. larkspur, California Mrs. K M. Struth and children. I Ed efleld. S. Kil-en!! 1Itht'\"c: of South 1,1, X*'n\iPe? wee; Surdat! .iai '. U'lth :Al'V' : ,\' _

ry Carter of Baldwin, and Mr. and i;,I: Miss) Johns home on WednesdayI Willard LaMorte and three children j Poppy. Stoke-il. Also potted Roddv Kathy and Vickie Mrs W I I Harry Howt'll C. Dr. and Mr- : guests of Mr. and Mrs L. N Hr.i T.ul..!
Mrs. Bob .nd Mr i I i and in of New York C.ty: !spent the plantIJ.. F. W. of Lake City, and erin; Pickj j
;
McClunfr an stayed Jacksonville with Young: ('hrf'tiannt. Page and daughter, Merrill I Mr and :Mm AfrN: B K'-: .' ltd -
I 1 I latter of the George I
part week Qutnnev and
Mrs Freeman Johns of Lake Butler Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza for Weekbes.Mr. with the : Lynn of Lake City, were thhnli- I' airs t1. A HoAell of JacksonvilleSh.ntf Air an.! :Alt.W H No'.lPiatlif. i; Vincent s Ho-p.l ,i'' t >""I''

] I IScveral I ] days. Mr and Mrs L. E. ) i Mrs A. H Harley. Jr.. spent day' gUf'Sof Mrs w H. struth WI ainoiij:; 1 the pile.--! at a din Sunday tor .1 mII', i'< '' on

CALL IWyt'HElt:' AT -A-,f i Jordon: of Ovieda were guests oft and Mrs Kenneth Enfinger Christmas at Parris Island S C. and Miss! Kate Struth.Pff : and I MiP II Red.l.sh ni i 1 p'i'tv\' at the! hone, ot Mr and All :and Alt- l I't 'A. iv.Alts .
t and son Michael, spent the holiday with of Statke Paul I Miller .t Mi., ,
for pii-k-up and d..Ii'C'rSt3rk k e the Griffins on Sunday and Dr. II her husband who is in the and Mr- Elmer L J..hn-. in. AIr: | H Rmkiiis in .Ia.koll- .lake \l. K- Fa'
I still M>s. T. G. Ritch and with relatives in Pensacola. ':, M arines. of Kilen.an) Dry (leaner- l: Laundr). son Home for 1 Hond Texas (}lion. S. ( 4.; WHr fii4i.-:<> : TV: ,Ind! >
C .
'! Tom, of Jacksonville were Christ1mar the holidays withtheir Mrs. R L. Peek. Sr had! het arrived tlnda10: spend a ten-dav attended th Oat<'r : and Gayle Green: daugh'eis L I. Ld'hal'e; I i .::101'dUI! '
Sen. and Mrs Johns Bowl I ,
Charley parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. ;; tm. Tll"'dfTht'
day nests i ] family home for Christmas inI furlough with! their parents and I Heriv- : .1' iii.li.>!>, !Jt t <;'fcn.mult! it"n't' rr'i.tmaM h"I'.I\-" : :
and Jerome Johns and Mr. andj I j Sewell, were Miss i Virginia Sewellof I eluding roster "Aho bar, h.1! \ .-.t.i.y th' .' I S ," .
Mrs. Steve Simmons OXK: STOP SKKVin: :: Starke! I! I Mr. and Mrs RoWard parent.Mr: and Mrs en'; !) [oTHI' !;. ALl !till'i 'd' M-: \\ r fh'd>!
attended the I II Fort Lauderdale, Miss Gayle I ami : -app- \ i 'h., '\ ? k. nf '
I Johns '' .
Dr>' Cleaners X 1-aundr '. family and Darb\ Peek of and Mr and airs .r I i T ,. : ? i i Mt' >i' i I'1' :i' .i l u ot i"h la-' I"I" .
Orange Bowl game in Miami Mo n- ) I Sewell of Baton Rouge, La. and Like t. tr i h U. '. ,' \ ,
City and Air Quigley \ .
and Mr< S. L. Thiv will etmr: I ,, ,I' I'1 --. -
day I j Tommy Studstill of Lakeland) Jim Sewell of Milwaukee Wis. Peek. Jr. Texas on .Ian 9

Ga. visited Mr.[ and Mrs. W. --- ,, _._ ....__._ _
Mr and Mrs. Don Patray and J. j l'' The Sewells also had as holiday J Mr and Mrs. T. Frank Landrum Mr. and Mrs Jamec: )H..hh-t """ u '

laughter. Donna Lou, of Jacksonville I Studstill and Miss Evelyn New- guests Mrs. Bess Harper and I and family spent the Christmas and children turned Moni\ ..t-
:
, spent Christmas with Mr. and some recently daughters. Sandra Lu and Karen holiday in Brooksville ter
I with :Mr. spendingthp \
holiday-
.t.th
Mrs L O. Hazen. Mrs J. F. Hunt and Mrs L. D.I.' Ann of }Milwaukee Wis. and Miss Landrum's S
, parents, Mr and MrJ -. relativein Tallahassee and! f.r': SPECIAL I l
Mrs W. G. Womble of Jacksonville !' I Green were rf'cent'isitors in Tam- ,1 .Maude Sewell of Tallapoosa, Ga. : A. Landrum. bridge. Ga. NOTICE I

spent the Christmas weekend 1 pa and Dade City. t j Bruce Mathews! spent last week Or and Mrs. H. K McLendon' Mr. and Mrs H. L. Hill! H-':

with her daughter, Mrs. Al K. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Newsome I in New York City on business :and: daughter; Jeanette have returned daughter. Juanita, of Ru-hnv nd) !. '

Carlisle, and family.Mr. visited Mr. and }'Ir!*. H J. New- ), Mr. and Mrs Ernest Jones of to their home in Orlando Ky. were holiday guestof M'- A "FREE"

some in Gainesville Orlando pent several days last t after spending the Hill's brother-in-law PRIZES
and Mrs. J. E. Hildebran Christmas holidays with ;, an] sister.' i!' Mr
and children spent Christmas Eve Day. i week with the Junius Smiths. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews. j I'and Mrs. B. E. McRae.

in Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas. Jr.1, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Yancey and Drew Reddish joined a group j( Mr. and Mrs Arehie Crawf<'rd;

Morris Foster. spent Christmas with Mrs. Thom- .family spent Christmas in Sanford of 35 R.O.TC. men from the U. ;and daughters. Cynthia and Carmen TICKET ONSATURDAY GIVEN

Mr. and Mrs. Willard Pass and as's parents in Scottsboro. Ala. : with Mrs! Yam-ey's mothl'r.Mrs. of F. on a trip to Cuba last week. : of Gainesville]) were Pundav. i i
i J. P. Stevens. I
Mr.
ton of Tallahassee, Mr- and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Garrett Kampers Mr. and and Mrs. J. R. Kite !spent i ,guests of Mr and Mr*. Cti'i! swell. ,
Mrs. Victor !
Berry, Jr. Christmas
Edwin Green, and Mr. I, eve and Christmas with .
and Mrs. of LeMar, Iowa j
were guests Thurs- j ;and family of Dillon, S. C. arrived j Mr. i i I
Inman Green were holiday guests I day of last week of her uncle, J. I j i';Saturday to spend a few days with 'I, Flagler and Beach.Mrs. George Moody at :Miss :Marian :McRae of the Ala- AFTERNOON AT 5 O'CLOCKYou
of Mr. and Mrs. L D. Green. t Uglow.] and cousin Mrs. |I''chua General '
I I Carrie :Mr. and Mrs. Hospital nur-
I J. S. and : lat;
Sapp other | Mr. and Mr> E.
:Mr. and Mrs. Don Champion of | Ward, on their way back to Iowa 1 relatives. i of Jacksonville- L. Middleton] r:hone: was home for the Chr.-:! '!.,,- "Don't" Have To Be Present To Win

Claxton Ga spent Christmas with from Lakeland, where they spent I I Mrs. F.. J Dowling, Jr. and children j t were Christmas ,:, holiday
guests of Dr. '
Mrs. Champion's parents, Mr. and the holidays with Mrs. Kampers |I'' !pent Christmas with 1[r. I Middleton. and Mrs. TV. E. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller .' \Ve Also Have Lots of Very Low Specials -- Be Sure To
Mrs Albert Hartmann. parents Mr. and Mr3. H. H. Ford. ,
and Mrs. R. H. Brewton in WsldoMr. | Mrs. 1S.: Matthews had Jacksonville Beach and Mi ar.t: I

Mr. and Mrs. John Deas. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Char- '! and Mrs. Fred Harris of l luncheon guests Wednesday as of "j Mrs. Truman Solano of StU i--: Come And Get YOUR FREE TICKET

and daughters. Sue and Martha I bonneau left Wednesday for their I Gainesville and Pat McGriff of U. last l week Mrs. Annie Norman and( tine spent Ufo holidays v.th: Mr i

Jo. were holiday guests of the new home at 1016 Granville St., 'of F spent Christmas with Mr I Miss Annie Katherine and Mrs. Wally Solano. I
Norman
senior Deas in Jtnnings. I N., St. Petersburg :and Mrs. G J. McGriff, Sr. 'Jacksonville and Mrs. A. M.of I y fir and 1rs. Ben Bow n fEdgexvater.

Miss Sara Barefoot of Panama Mr. and Mrs Clyde Burney of. Mr and Mrs. Lex Green and Richarde of the State Farm. f K. J. bought the !

City fpent the holidays with her I West Florida, and Mr. and Mrs family spent the Holidays in Lang- rrs. Helen j; France! Willcn- h"us ami ph! : I II STARLINGS

parents Mr and Mrs. P. M Bare- G. W.: liurney and Mss; Ida Bur ]horn Pa. visiting their son Michael hasse was! among Kennedy the of Talla- 1 I ,on Myrtle anti Tnt vanc: ;<,'. j I I Grocery & Mkt.

f'ot \ ney were dinner guests Satm day ;' who is in school there and also lit Sen. and Mrs holidayguests was: mad tf>r" ijj] t yr! E A S': ..
Charle\ I
\ night at the home of Mr. and : visiting }tr. and Mrs. Charles at"ny.

: :.- -' >. -;. '<..r,.,....- .',>...'- _..- ..' ._, L L. Libb) lrs'l i iMr Harris and Mr. and Mr" Vanes ey I 1111's.Johns.! J. L. ,I IiIId.!!! ___ _.___ 7" ._
McGregor of Ol.i-1 ft ..
\ and Mrs. Fred C. Orr had a ,\ Harris in Washington D C. 1 ROW. Scotland was the 8''w--- .. A
piie-i t of -
Mr. and -
!i i their guests New Years Mr. and i< Mrs Ted Osborne of }fr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews\",.> -

9M (: Mrs. Ed Languish and Mrs. Gcor gelyvithltrs:) Houston Texas spent the holidays! the holidays.

Hill of West Palm Beach Mr. and i I Osborne's parent, Mr. I Mr. and Mrs Guy Andrew- BARKSDALE'SInventory
and Mr < f
A. Wood.
\
9tt tt r'nIS | Mrs. George Kinard and son S. i i Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Joi'nnv'Walker
new Barnet11cCar.: Jr. of Fort EustK
i George and Charles of ,
Jacket | and Mr. and Afs.:1 A
1 MutualLife 1 I Va'a> home for the
/
holiday:;
| ville Annis
and Mrs. Wilbert of Gainesville
I Humphreys with his I attended l tin!
Service shows you how I!' of Athens, Canada. J patents Elk's Christmas party in I'alatK't
(IT I'LOUKK-s :
to pet the most value] from I! Jack Shoemaker of Panama City !sanilu-miiMis, ;gladioli for, sale calendula: Clir>*-., i',children Rev and, lIr!;. L. D. Ham--'::01 >> Clearance
David
your Social] Security and was a dinner guest of the P. M. I i and nn"hid-It. I"". Young: Clirivlian ,t -. Ada and :Mary I. I Barefoot family Monday[ night Mri t St.Mr t. ; Alexander and) 11 I.--
your present<< life insurance! I Wilma Alexander

i'I Shoemaker is in charge of public'relations I and Mrs A. M Feig spenl: Mrs. M. L. Maynar werei..mm'n Ala: hun: STARTS January 4th

with the Game and Fresh Christmas in Tampa with friends. recently. i

C. Carr Colley i I I', nia Water City.Fish Commission in Pana- i, Hollywood Mrs. Louise was the Wainwright holiday guest Of'1: '' spent Mr and Christmas MrC;PI: \Jacksonville\' And ten-! |' BIGGEST SAVING? OF THE YEAR !1 COME EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION


116 S. Walnut St. Ph. :23!; J Mr and Mrs. Wally Salano spent I of and her Mr mother.Sauls. Mrs. A. F Sauls,, :i with their soninhtI.tnd dall hi TTTTTTTTTT TTTTITTTTTTTT4TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
t tiT Mr. and Mrs. J. ( ) TTTT
MorelHiu
I I'fprmn'nG i New Year's Eve with Mr. and Mrs.J Mr. and Mrs Johnny Jones and i Mrs. E. A. : Fruit of

THE MUTUAL LIFE ; J I Frank Miller of JacksonvilUiBtaih. children of Lake City spent Christmas have returned Raney to their and son.horn L< \" I| lA H E The Loom ( :

INSURANCE COMPANY of NEW YORK I and attended the VFW with MrS. Jones' pal'enttr: Freeman Va. Sunday after att<'miing ,! !! : t U ; Dress Xl fO'IR'O
and Mrs C. H. Quick. '
the ..r'M ,
wedding ( R'tn I 0
'
Also ..l.ini.}; their! On :\eYt'al' Day Mr and Mrs. James' Phillips, Jr. : sister. Miss Anise Grren.i ; \ \ SHIRTS, F s

\ ,
Fire & Casualty Insurance S..I'I".t. : i A' their Guas! Mrl. "f M.u-on. Ga spent the hull days i Miss Hilda Wat-on spent<} Tu- Q8C

: tt A \ i >vai-us. ''i1 I.ta'k \\ Irh th.'ir parents. Mr. and Mrs. t day and Wednesda\' last

.' ., '- : -':" ..t" t ;. .ate FlYnn and l Mr. and !Atrs.'in BrooksnllelIh aMr.: From
h- ,
"'' .J I Phillips! in Law trv.. GPOrQr, -. _. :-:Intit,.- ..... ,,. .i. "* u" .Il"...pa''i'Mr ". -'. \ 1 i\ts ii'1) iLadies' l I1 i {1- : j 199 fo 1,59' 1,98

!I. \..'. .1 I'I
'": the holidays. and! Mrs Hi. I t" :

fHBStRlSTARKE < \1.1. KOY: TrlNEI.1T: 2Xtur \ -.) pett of Hollywood Fl.i, '>\1- \\ A REAL BARGAIN

1 |pir i '!6-up) and e1t'Ji't"r't.arJ.l..e ing t friends in Stark and (( ;'11" SWEATERSlE: \
{try ; \ \\INTKK: \
Cleaners vile
1-imnIrj.. j' during; th hohtl.n- \ -

Mind: :Mrs M C. Ford. Sr. nI ,f'I!, Miss Sue Big-; 'I..t; { tht ", \ Men's Fruit of the LoomUNDERWEAR

Dedicated To Community Service I i v-.u'ville! : spent Christmas Ev e days in St. Augu-U1.! :Siinda\: : ;, 1-3 OFF i jft J \<
*' \1' Mt r < Ford. Jr, i Cal and Mr C K E T S
:\10\1M! Are Better Than E\(1' and family O-A.I.r ;rfflTl:
t (:
i tt
\\t'rt Now
.
Miiimmie I Moore and daugfitf ,_ :Mr. and :airs i: .J! [IMV--' -j{" :

Sat., Jan. 3 ONLYDOl'BI.E : Sally Ann have the Christmas .ktn. 7.95 5.30 ti
Tues.. Wed. Jan. s, 9) returnhomy ed u with (I. : i KKJM( 4 Kit
'' iftt-r ,pending a week wit i h Children Mr and! .MiH O IMs \ t R'DUCEDQuilled \
FEATURE"r :
6 9- 4.63
I. Mi :Moore's mother-in-law. AIr! iJr.. and son (li'i: in T.I t '\ Shorts

t ;atM K R Theile. in Jacksonville. Li1 t- basses and Mr and MrL.. MM-I'' 5.95 3.95 : .inine. Fur Collar : Q9c
tr: Maria F
and Jim Tom Moor't! -Smith. Jr and -+< Larr tt

,A 1 t"l+"af lia\<' also returned home aft,r Munson. 5.50 3.67 : : Undershirts
: 95
p"llIl1nglast week with thei ir Dr. and Mr H H .1da: !!,- .. '" ) 2.95 1.98 : 49CMen's
-ramiparents.: Mr. to' family tAll
9 M.r?+ and spent Christina day airs ',
r. a R'>venTish in Green Cove Dr. Adams'
Spring mother Mrs rir.'
,, i ',,.. + Mrs I .1 1 J. Fitzgerald and Mrs,'. '1 Adams in Jacksonville Children's 1 1 SPORT SHIRTS

1 \\' :MeJfecr of Tampa lt Mrs. T. M. HuUhinj and M
pen tJ' (OAT t
I ; ST1.K
rr'L t -I week with their ndR. R. : SWEATERS : : daughter Hutchings
r ? 1 a an. dau,h't' Gabardines
r c 1.98
Y to 3.98
1 Mrs M. F. Brown an: d ;: Alcntie were in Tniru'i ncnTh

''li .Tn:1:: '''visiting Mr. and :MiH.. Can 1'(11<:- 1-3 OFFBOY'S : JACKETSfur Collar/ : Plaids 1.98 to 3.98

+ f I-rSS Mi---. Ruth Edwards and Jo 'on.i :

RONALD RHONDA \\'air. n. nurses at St. Luke's hos i- 'i Mr and Mrs R. L Epjurf -"'I'! : Corduroy 3.98 to 5.98

-. .. nit REAGAN-FLEMING ;p" tai!. -pent Christmas with th Sr and Mr and Mrs. R L Kpr, : 75 : We haH sizes from J IJ I In J 17'I >

: 'rmfr's parents. Mr. and M/-S.I son Jr. of St Petersburg sptn: SUITS + ?

4M-: l'lu'. "Kat-hnappinr. ( artixin and (tiny Kdwards: Curtis Edward.t' .-, o,f' Christmas with Mr and Mr c Many Other llanins: in .|aktJEWELRY > Famou Make ofMEN'S

toman "lIUIS, .._'. "( taint World ,,.C'\\' of F was also home for thii c I George Anderson and Mrs \\' J 1 y r. to 8 yrs. 1.3 OFF : :
i i '
HTMMORRlS'FOSTJi,1RU10N holidays.Lt i I Epperson. Sr. Ladies' SOCKS

Joe Andrews of Fort Sill 1' ,' Mr and Mrs. S M. Simmon.'< r,1 i .adit>' F lannel : :

Thur., Fri. Jan. 10. ]11 ()kla. spent the holidays with hi! nlrhmond Va. spent Monday with 1 GOWNS and PAJAMASonly DirSSES Kavons &: Cottons \\ '"n..

r I parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mrs Simmons aunt. Mrs. Bertha : : 49c
ROARING !I Pearce. ; pr. 59c .
t>r Andiews.Mr while enroute to South, 1.49 : pr.Men's

THROUGH THE WO10 'Florida to'i'lt! he: moth Mr 00 For :
and Mrs. L. A. Davis! s ant r. + (CefVilh
NO. I DANCER W. T.
saxon. 1
t'brMmaday with their niece' Sweaters
SPOT, Ladies LONG COATS
:
? Mr. and Mr-
\II", Pd i Colley and family. W. R. Waltf.. and;
Also In\f.JbiIon..tl'l'" Serial daughter of ReeilsvilltGa.
t anJ I OFF I low $11.00SKIRTS
\irrii! Mrs.
t Roy Mathews o f as as : 14'erc3 :
and "! Mr and Mrs. L. R. I \ Purchase l of NOU
lore Tenly 'f
on MerryGoRound"Cartoon. a' f aij' "a were Christmas guests o* +( : ,one Regular| 6.50
Gainesville ,
+ t 'hf K .--Hi-law: and daughter Mr' were guests' during the I I Price. Buy Two I>re sE's. 4.39
f ai-ri) MW E Dowling. holidays of Mr. and Mrs. K t. ,: & COAT SUITS Bring{ 8.95
:
: 5
Friend. 89
Tenly and family a .
Sun. Mon. Jan. 7
6. t Vh i'td Mrs C. A. Geiger and: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Welsh of Dade 1-3 OFF : : 10.95 Nylon 6.89

HERBERT 1 YAHSJUDY \"on. of Green Cove SpringP :scity;, spent New Year's Day vis.t-: '
,
PO"t f ,Feral days last week: will li'mg:; their son-in-lnw and daughter 't La (Coat & Pull-over/ Sweaters J.1 ,9'!

CNOl".l.PEKrNG Mr ar.rt :Mrs. J. I D Doyle. '|'l\Ir. and Mrs M L. Lawson ai'i: I One Pair LADIES' HOSE s' 1

:Mss Thelma Green spent las t family i'S I ;

'N a'l 'EXPRESS .veekA.h; her aunt Mrs. Emou iMr.\ and Mrs. Lawrence S:11.'::m : : VESTS
i>eech in St. Augustine. and I Second Pair at 1/ PRICE
H" r MliJllllS'_ j family moved last week .!Lt. .,
Roy Turner and daujhter Marj y'the Pearce house, corner of ?; ,i.-r. : 1 Gabardine 1.98LADIES'
C
'jJOSEPHCCTTOI-CCRlNKECJlLyn
I
I Ella. pt-nt the holidays in Valdos_I and Bay street J E E L

Also \\lllie Hopjv One-R ckr and ANo "Popeje .4.La-\lale" Canoon ta. Ga with Mr. Turner's oihei"DAiE Mrs. L1. :. .I i.> .. .v :Mrs Ht ,. I SLIPS : : Corduroy 2.69

Latt""ot I daughter and families, Mr. UK j I. I. tre.N. .. (.REATLY REDUCED :
WorJd) News and \'f'Pnt Bal.inee" short Wool
on :
.
,. 1.98r
Mrs Wm. Brinson and Mr- ani I Yf I' I \ ',' and M I. ,. -

l Mrs. James Reddi'h. ) J : l'i I ;.", : .'-- ,:."-__::,-'- .'- <- -_. '_-'-- '... --f. ...- -"" -_, /' -.. _._/- /->'. _.... /'-'. / ,. -- .. __ -_. _












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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: : STARKE. FLORIDA

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' Auditor's Report City of Starke Fla. Fiscal Year

-- October 1 1,1950 September 30 1951


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GEORGE. DAN IELAKE : ASSETS TQTA "T1TE.MENT: OF (ASH JJ RSKMENTS:
I General) Light \nI1 Parking Sinkin.. RFX'RFTION

Certified Public AccountantTax I I City lurid water Fund )Ietu Fund Fund 1 Recreation Disbursements:

j Cah on Hand and In Bank Schedule I Tennis Cables
A-I 36,246.58 1618.02
25.522 36 .
3,100.20 4'
AttorneyJacksonville I Accounts Receivable-Mowing and Grading Schedule A-2 325.15 X5.75 6If-0,00 : Athletic Field .
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Florida I Accounts Receivable-Utility Consumers-Current* Schedule A-S 11,569.00 ?1,569.00 I I Sports Publicity jll\\ !,.,j
Accounts Receivable-Utility I II
Consumers-Delinquent Schedule A-t 330.53
330.53 TOTAL
i RECREATION DISBURSEMENTS, -
December 14, 1951, I Unpaid Paving'Assessment" 1950-51 25.18-Prior Years 305.35 i To Schedule B-2
I Schedule A1.S15.06 IS15.00 I Ifcl "'4STATEMENT
I Uncollected 1950 Real and Personal Property Taxes Schedule
A-6
204.64. 204.64 Schedule B-2 ((4)
To The Honorable Uncollected Delinquent Real and Personal Property .

City Council and Mayor, -Taxes- 1939-1949 SchEdule A-7 12,103.14 12,103.H

LIGHT AND WATER n'1\l)
Starke, Florida. I I
62Mi4.70 16.066.61 37,421.89 3tc-ii.O 6,00000
LIABILITIES STATEMENT; OF CASH RECEIPTS

Gentlemen: j Consumers' Utility Deposits Schedule A-3 i{!.G09.oo 7.ti09.CO Electric Current

I Notes Payable-Florida Bank at StaikeI Schedule A-6 7,00.00 1,+00.00 Water 112,572.53

!:' accordance with your request I have, except as qualifiedin I I Accrued Interest on Notes Payable Schedule A-S 15.31 15.31f Utility Tax 21,298.58

the accompanying comments- which are incorporated in and j f Due M. H. Rhodes, Inc. on Pairing: Meter Purchase: Service Deposits 8.f90.35

are an integral part of this report made a detailed examinationof I| Contract Schedule A-9 --0- -0- Supplies Sold Received 3AT5.001T056

the accounts and records of the City of Starke Florida for

the fiscal year which ended September 30, 1951, and accordingly I i I:[ TOTAL U.r.IUTHSr: 15.121.31 1,515.31 7609.00 TransfersReconnections 7600

present the Exhibits and Schedules 83 indexed in the index I i SURPLUS 1.1300:
I I .' 47,470.39 8551.30 29.812.89 3,106.20 CUb Unaccounted For
immediately preceding this letter of transmittal.In 6,000(0 i; 835
TOTAL LIABILITIES: AND SURPLUS 3742189 f TOTAL CASH RECEIPTS. LIGHT A\! \
62,5$4.70 16CG6.61 3,10620 6,00)00 WATER _
;
the following pages, which constitute the body of this I :! FUND u To Exhibit "B" J 41) '..767
EXHIBIT "
report I have, in my humble opinion, prepared a most complete II -- 1 .1"
report; drafted in such a manner that it may be understood by ;---- -- - ------ --- -- -

by all interested citizens and other interested indiduals'ith- I GENERAL CITY FUN1I STATKMISiT OC CASH RECEIPTS f OF CASH- DISBURSEMENTSOFFICE---- --

out the necessity of an educational background in finance or accounting -
I I \UUIXISTR.\nn. lift OEl"EI.U.dJldaltra.tin. .
; moreover, I have adhered closely to acceptable munici- 1'rwntageti

pal accounting procedure and practice except where the account- / Total At Offir and General Disbwvmf'nt :

ing records, because of their inadequacy, necessitated a departure Salaries! and Wage:
1,265 1950-1951; Real Estate and Personal
from acceptable practice. City Council:
Property Taxes Collected (Sen. B-la) 13,145.87
H A Bishop Jr 360.00
06.44 Delinquent Real Estate and Personal
The employees of the City Government with whom I had P L Bridges 3t>0.00
Property Taxes Collected (Sc*. B-la) 457.00
the pleasure of being associated with during the course of my I L G) Hazen 360.00
Licenses, Fees and Permits:
audit engagement, were most cooperative and helpful for Win T Jackson 360.00
1949-1950 Occupational Licenses 25'1.15'Ii"
which I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation. Jane, A. Lewis! 3btl.OO
1950-1951 Occupational Licenses 4,+OS.iO
1 i M'O' <4'''O
1951-1952 Occupational Licenses 319.15I
i Board of Brad Trustee.R .
Respectfully submitted, \ Dog Licenses %l.Jt!
.. F DemoreM 150.00
George W. Dandelake. : 'I1 Building Permits 353.00 G "(). B Flynn, Sr 150.00

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT. M .A'J' Plumbing and Electric Permits 2SO.OO( Titus Olson 14000

Sewer Tap Fees 0.00
O L. Beasley 20.00

05.56 Total Licenses. Fees and Permits 6,775.50 4t.O)0
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04.77 Fines and Bonds 4,153.75 City Clerk's Office:
COMMENTS ON AUDIT
08.60 Utility Tax 8,941.40 Carl Johns ]320.00

,\ CASH RECEIPTS: 00.44 Mowing and Grading 456.34 Carolyn Redgrave 'j.O.'O

: 29.20 Cigarette Tax 0354.29 Ctrl Lamar Johns 25.00

(kaeral City Fund: I- 06.15 Paving Assessments<< Collected 6,394.55 206500

All receipts of cash, as recorded on duplicate receipt forms, pre- 00.01 Sale of City Maps 10.40 Total Salaries and Wages

numbered license stubs and duplicate tax receipts, were traced to cashon 00.19 Parking Meter Violations 202.50 Office 4.325 (Ski
Supplies and
Printing
hand or bank deposits. A cash overage of J102 65 existed as of 00 63 Candidates Qualifying Fees 652.41 : "''76 b..
I .. Legal and Recording : 1Telephone
September 30, 1951.: 00.15 Refunded Overpayment of Insurance and Telegraph Ff'f"1 :X'l!:! s:.

light and Wafer Fund: ... Premium B" titi
1S8.75 Lights and
WaterCity Hall!
Individual cash stubs were added for sufficient months; to deter- 00.14 Proceeds from Gambling Raid 142.50! Janitor Service ;,22 '.!

mine that receipts as recorded in the cash receipts journal equal or 00.10 Payments for Damage to City .| j 1 Building Inspector it2: ,,_

exceed those indicated by the totals of the cash stubs. However, rec- Property 105.0 Insurance :{.II:; 110

onciliation of the two was not attempted because of the indistinctness 00.02 Interest on Paving Lien 21.32 City Park YnJF'I'1E'nlfnt.* 2 ...-2 -,...

of markings on the cash stubs pertaining to payment of gross or 00.26 Sale of City Property 275.00 A dvertisingInspectors :: 4JO( ,I.

net amounts. Cash Unaccounted For consisted! o* $8.35 as of September 00.OS Reimbursement for Payment: of Lagfct Gt-n. r,:,rIl'; l '
rat Ec-! tionIreparinp -
30,. 1951. I J"O i i tin
and Water Plant 6570
I Expenses 1950 1 load:
and
Bndpe Fund ,
Elidk 1 ,
Parking Meter Fund: I u I call
00.11() Rental of Garbage Dump 110.00 I New Chtik'rHlOg; Machine
All parking meter collections were faced to bank depoMts. 00.05 :Miscellaneous 54.35 ., ,
Annual Audit .
I and Extra Rp, !i'vBond '
Sinking Fund: ,1-'; "i
Transfers from:: Refunds
Collections were in the form of Checks from the Board of Bond 1,6,14/,! ", /
21.64 City Light and Water Plant 22.500.00 Christmas GiftCity Eir.pli yh..
'
'
Trustees which: were in turn deposited to a separate bank account. 03.64 Parking Meter Account 4 3.785.85r. Travel ExpenseV ; : u'",

The City Clerk! informed me that this fund was to provide for replacement 05 01 County for Roads and Bridge Main orida ;f' 1 '
Lea
t.f' f Mum.
( -
of capital assets of the City Light and Water Plant in the future. :;.4.92 I ipaht t n,.
tenance
i funded !{<4i' T..xeaI'
The City Council is to be recommended upon its wisdom in the 4'; "Sc
00.06 Advertising Costs Recovered lei fc-r H d.. City Bu.ldrfv.
establishment of this fund. Needless to say, the cost of-utility s1.rv- : "* _
(Sen. B-la) f.2.11 :- sc..JJaLto '- .
ices should be fixed at to meet
a figure necessary current operating 00.10 Cash Overage X'265

expenses and also to provide for future expansion and necessary replacements -i I TOTAL AT VNERAL !;:": I-1TRATIYF. ('r-1CE! AM''

100.00'i TOTAL CASH RECEIPTS, tfENERAL CITY FUND TO Exb. "B" 10;?{. {02.79 -: : n''RSEAlEXTTo _
: Sch"d
? ; 2 ;,'
SCHEDULE; B-1 I!
('AshI DISBURSEMENTS
J I Sf.hf'fllllf' II-'! (II)
All .anceled checks with --- -- --- -- -- --
were compared entries in the cash dis- ---

tur" mcnt.for correctness of amounts and payees. They were ex- STATEMENT OF CASH lhltSEltJtiNTS; BY DEPARTMENTSCash I STATEMENT OF ('.ASH Di.+m 1:8t:)IF.X"f" !BE I EP tKTMf VT

amine J for correctness of signature and endorsement Disbursements I Disbursements, f.Dew City Fund: rirfDrpartmc'nt Iistrursexnena: I tltIHNO UAIUi YCfiU

(.f the General City Fund and the City Light and Water Plant were .
Salal"ws and Wages: I ST4T1 'It.'f <)F ( \MI 1I.'H.U-. : hMI: \ 1 ...
supported by vouchers authenticated by: the City Council and the Percentage C. W. Pickett ;;;, 70 ,!;

Board of Bond Trustees, respectively.: Disbursements charged as Miscellaneous -
I I u. W Carpenter ;,1405! I
.
ol Tot, l ar.d Wr:.
within each department were analyzed and charged to the ,
R. A. Eberle
I 1 :L7r;> 15 I
20.2 Police
Departai'nt 21.153.541 j Ii
appropriate expense accounts. Petty Cash vouchers cf the City Light Victor Lamb Jlf-: 00 i I..r.' P J, .. .,....., -
1 '
08 8 Fire De98.rtmnt 9,228.081
and Water Plant were eximined. analyzed and charged to tte appro- ,j I1d garbage I JerrY Law-con i00 I I"a!>': 2..t(1(, ;-.-
Department
44.1 Street
; 46,238 15
iTiate expense accounts. 00.1 Recreoll 160.04 I C. J. Schaefer J i, 00t '. Edt!' '! 2 Y'i! 7'
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t J. A Bell <' 00 Stnr.rb: !,. '; 2.-I.:! ,,_'
05 7 Dona*'* 5,938.45
:VTATEMENT: 0. 'AMI DlMSURsKMENTSSTKKKT : ; live-Off A. J. Gordon i' 00 aId Man 2,1"1, ",
14.7 Admsktra we and General 15,408.30 'I
: AM G.11It.IGE; DEPARTMENT: 06.1 Pant of Principal and Interest on NotesN0rGovernmentaJ 6381.22 E. B. Jackson t ,)() I : J'IIi", :2 )1i,., ,..

E. W Wilkm'-On : M'I r.' .
1 X() i 21,5 '
Street and Garbage! Department Disbursements: 003loo.o Expenditures 373.20 !I
Jne Lamb '.t t i)0) ,; \ 'm l.a ;. 2.1411, ,
Salaries and
Wages: I .
pTAL CASH DISBURSEMENTS Carl Ritch < 00 "IJoh'[ ; 1 tu// "
\ S. R. Hicks 2.847.30O I I .
(e C NERAL< CITY FUND-TO ExhibitB" io4sso9sl{! K C GnderHan 10 I "HHC !..-l! 1 :'('i; .
C. Geiger 2.611.86 I
I I >!d L-nr.cn -0 j ) ;1:0': :''': 111', ,
John Spence 2,454.00 Schedule B-2
f S R. Hicks .- '10 : 'y T '. _'," '.
"
Merren C. Lezeabee 2390.36
fr ---- ----- -- __ _h_ ____ .1. C Barton: ',o I!.,.'" :," ,
I-iah Hardenbrook I
2,192.20Ed r Tola! 1" I .
Salai.t anal \\ ,(, r I"
Stone X 2.14220 /TATEMENT o.FSII DISBIRSE.MKXTS H .

Tommie F.' Edwards 2138.65 I up1'b. Part 'iti.l, I r* :. :: rt (1..". .

( Edwin South 2,135.30 i POLICE DEPARTMENT Autktii'! c. Ca; a1 i: 'I. !ua .
J "
\
Lu.'ious Williams; 2,098.70 I Telepl.r ...id! T-l-j.-] ..: .6: "'- '
Disbursements
PUUft' pertinent :
Walter Pierce 2,092.30 I. Lightn,(i Wa':' fI,.

R. K. Scarbro 2.086.80 galesand Wage-- Fin' SIren R'p".i ;. .

Herman Geiger 533.01 W. E. Thornton 2.741.60 Maintenance of Fire PtaUon E_ n ?Tan _

Zane O. Brooks \)8.00 'E. L. McKnight 2.577 97 M'scc llan,-oiK !-', t< ;., .: 'I : ,
.
.
i Fred Starling 4000 M. M. Morgan 2,57130 TOTAL FIRE DEPARTMENT TIT ;.,; : : NT-; : :; 1 f r., 'f'!'

Homer Lee Geiger 20 00 Iif I A. L. Alvarez i Pension> 800 00 .i S< hfduV: B-2 r.k n. 1: .', L.iah .

Total Salaries and Wages 25850.70' A. L. Alvarez 976.00 77600 Schedule B-? I : \: 01 .. J

(;, :hI
I Billy S. Gverstreet 1.30000 -- -- 'I'lt. "'
Materials (Cement Pipe Atphalt, Street Signs, etc) 4.526.831 Riley Sweat 1,14172 i PARKING :1.. F. op': ,,'
METER FTXDSXTKMEXT
Temple Avenue White Way.Lights 5.523.30Paint : Bert Johns ; rif. O; _
1,13563\ ;: : OF CASH RECEIPTS: AND DISBI R..fU v I .
Marker i
".50 ) >-.r. J ,
;
Wilbur tpu
I Grrfjfis 3 027 72 I CASH RECEIPTS:
.
Lawn Mower lOS.5O Leonard E. Colson tars .I' : ix t .
-64 00 Parking Meter "f.l1ectlnns
:
Grader 3.9t9.00 t it Herbert Thoma ..' :, Flotilla \ : Tax J
.
S40oo. O. ti.bn 1900; .3 S
Equipment Repair aDd Parts 2U.3.S6: I Melvin McKmney i : L. end Ex[.r' ,
# 220 01 NovemberDecember
r' ,27
Uniforms (4.55 and Tf-', '
/ J. T. Pollard 500 'f" e
Gas and Oil 2,2'rG.19Ifarping I 92.1
M. V. Johns 000 January. 1951 706 5b ppL'a l'I:

Project %62.01Surveyors' Total Salarar.d! Wag..s 16 20o 9o; I February 0 I is Gif:- f. rc s
and
Engineers' Fees 310.1f
TooK and Supplies New Police Car Marsh 434' 0' to O"Auv. :: .
C.s1.er'PI'"I'r ] .376.50''
for 3ewagt Lift Statfefis 49 Uniforms 67168 April 41200

Clay Hauling 1 Board City Prisoners 596.25 May 659.25 i -.. ring

Auto t Court Calls Mayer June 342.80
TagTOTAL
: : 1,0470... Fence Aroiimj ,;f :.' g P.; Gas and Oil, Auto Repair and )Mamt. nonce 253.43 July 834.171 1

STREET AND GARBAGE DEPARTMENT ;J I Telephone and Telegraph August 195.281 i; SUrveying
179.20
DISBURSEMENTS To Schedule B-2 4e15STATEMENT I )
-- Scooter Rental September 62751 Insurance
1 105.00
Shf'duleBc( ) Electricity for Jail and TraffU Lights 91.41 TOTAL CASH RECEIPTS, PARKING METER Reimbursement to ('-t. Big Dad 1 '!1' L ;j.: i iPoruUe i .
FUND To Exhibit "B"
-- I, Supplies 42.V7 Radio '4
68.03 C.ASH IHSHI'H .:.'If'TS:
S :
OF C.VM1 PISBI'RSEMETS 1-ONATp !I Repairs and Maintenance of Jail 46.69
I Auto Tags Paid M. H Rhodes Inc on Parking Meter Purchase Contract: TOTAL CASH DISBURSEMENTS.!: LIGHT

Donations: 1,540.15; : Medical Care of Prisoners 8.25 October 3. 1&50 1,000.95' ANT WATER FUND To ExhibIt "B" 3.17SchfdoTe

City Paid Lights and Water '' Signs 600 December %0. 1959 f.99.c.9

Chamber of Commerce C63.3011'omans' Janitor Service 10.00 March 7, 1551 Cfi&OS
B-t
Club 1 -JW.OO Parking :Meters: 150 ;; June 5. 1951 670.E8

Bradford Health Clinic ." 2,17500 Parts and Supplies July 30, 1951 453.E5

Christmas Seals 10,00 2Sri60' Total Paid to M H. Rhodes Inc.

Big Dad Manufacturing Company / (tO.ro TOTAL POLICE DEPARTMENT DISBURSEMENT; ? During Year -To Schedule A-9 3,408.70 THERE IS A COMPLETE AUDIT IN THE CITY IIA1 J JAND

5.SSS.45 I To Schedule B-2 21,1Z3.4 City of Starke, Florida (On White Way;. 3.745.85
TOTAL DONATIONS To Schedule E-2 TOTAL CASH DISBURSEMENTS. OI'ETO THE PUBLIC FOR LVSPECTIOX AT Al I

Schedule BIt Schedule B-2 (a)
)
PARKING METER FUND-To Exhibit "B" f 7,194.55' TIMES.

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JANUARY 4 1932; BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH:
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FRIDAY.
STARKE. FLORIDA
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I'GF."E"If

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(' 1 1!H'i: This has really bt't'I' '

j I .fA. R Hmn JS ;JJ n ..,; .. HAMPTONBy LONG BRANCHto: l(''Christmas of our children for us. meav Th.: : "' ;,.. ',,.'


BY CLINT BOHNER :Mrs. M. C. Sweeney By )In. .J. us than all the expen4 .

uo could have reciivedAH .
). ,
Holiday E\enU : \Se at'< ::1i. ,1 sense t a' Pad- of Cuyle Wlkers -

c :MiBetty, May recently gett Church a-s plannel Sunday !I I dren I were home for i t"t.t.-* .

Come Thou Fount taint'd her Primary Tiaimr.g Union i'nter'i and there wad a larger congregation -I[ too He also has two 'c: ". -i '

Baptist Church I Bible ConferenceAt I of Every Blessing CUt-s: with a Christmas party. ;. than uuit Rev Strick- army Wilbur and Winfre! T.

were home to spend the ". 'i i .
i
land !
delivered t.
... Eighteen a wonderful message -
First BaptistTo : guests were present to
The or*' ance of the Lord's Sup- A drunken fortune-teller sets a youth to thinking enjoy the occasion, David Allen but had to resign the pastorate with their dad and moth r j jCuyle

per will be observed this Sunday Begin Thursday won a prize in the games played. of this little church becauseof looked as happy as u e .

morning at the First Baptist Young Robert Robinson poured the gypsy for- congregation of "the wrath to come." That did the Refreshments were served and ill health. We do not know Mr and! Mr Leonard H u .;;

Church following the regular wor tuneteller another drink and set back to watch trick. Finding "peace by believIng" the youth favors were little plastic animals who will succeed him, or when and Hester Pidgett spent ChI.::
the fun. The boy's widowed mother had sent him determined to get on the narrow path and to devote
ship hour with the message by the F they will have services was With home tolUs at t lav I HAs '
to Londoa when he was 14 to learn the barber his life to persuading others to do likewise holding chewing gum. Mrs. Evelyn again.

Pastor, "What I Can Do in 52" trade under Joseph Anderson. But he cared little And he started praying that when his time cam Perry and Miss Sylvia May assisted Elgin Lang Padgett spent Christmas most of iu kr.o'. \\\\i:! "' i

The adult choir will sing under the I : for the trade and when Anderson wasn't reprimanding he would die "softly, sudlenly, and aloffe." : the hostess in entertaining. with friends in Macclenny. II Hester ae: Lottie: Starlit-t ; ;; i iu[ _
him for acts of mischief he bawling Armed with I
was only his ters, .
barbershop book who
direction of Mrs. Mona Canova learn ar'1 Aoikmg m Jukville. : :
The Baptist WMU held its Cy Henry has his -
r ; him out for spending his time reading books. NowIt ing, Robert Robinson started preaching new house ,
as Methodist .
i .
with :Miss Julia Lawson at the ) I;! was 1754. Robinson had served his five years changed to the Independents and switched monthly meeting in the home of complete enough to move into it,1 I *

organ. and Anderson was relieved of his ward. to the Baptists. Pastor of a small church at C!m- Mrs Dean Whidden on t is located between Elgin Lang's ?,tr. and Mrs r me vi-i't ,: <

Sunday evening the Youth choir Suddenly realizing that he had to earn his own bridge England the self-made minister became'one Dec. 20. with Mrs. Bett Thursday.a nd Lee Moore's. I little Sunday Srhc.'l the s'I': ,
Allese living 19-year-old Rr'oinson went to a fortunetellerfor of the empire most forceful writers and "
Miss before
will sing, directed by I leader. The centered Chnstpi.md; i'i '
program i ::ion
I advice-and fun. But when the gypsy looked preachers. On June 9, 1790 when he was 54 Ted Maflning is building a new >
Lawson with the piano-organ-duo I A groggily into the crystal ball she came up with a old he went to Birmingham to fill the pulpit of years Dr. L around the birth of Christ. Mrs. house between the one he now II! to Lou f Biaiu '' to attt'i.rl: -

leading the singing. During the I II I bit of intelligence that set her mischief-loving Priestly. The following morning Priestly knocked 'Whidden's home was beautifully l lives in and the road. It looks ices there The B.'nes aiul l II '

Happy Hour at 7:30: the congrega- ; customer to thinking. Said" she, "You will live to at the door of his guest. There was no answer. decorated in Christmas colors. At like this one will soon be ready for Lang were nu1--igers: ; I > ,

tion will sing selected gospel see your grandchildren. Robinson had died in his sleep. the program's conclusion gifts Union Mtvtiiu i at Blai k cWe .. ,
Robert Robinson realized for the first time that Robert Robinson was only 23 yean old when h. occupancy.
hymns and choruses. The Pastor he must die eventually. This and the thought that left to posterity a hymn that has been sung for were exchanged and refreshments Christmas week seemed to be had 40 pie-cnt ;it 'ljnt!

will bring the evangelistic message. his grandchildren might regard his life as useless six generations. It was only four years after he. served to the eighteen members School the Siindav befm. ( ''.r -
Homecoming Week
"What It Means to Follow Jesus". haunted him for months. Then, In December 1754, had made the gypsy fortuneteller drunk that, at present.t.Mr. for us as well mas ard t .'.llly :! i>d i an ," >v i'l
he stopped at an open air meeting to hear JohnWesley's the of 23, the as for the Cuyle Wilkinsons. Saturday -
age converted Robert ser\-ic
Sunday School meets at 9:45: RoMnl0_ and Mrs. G P. Wadsworth
co-preacher, George Whitefield, warn his wrote. .. night before Christmas we
with Dr. W. J. Woodham Jr. general entertained at a family reunion I It seems t th.u t i il casli a r j
for bed
were preparing when a car
superintendent and a corpsof Cam*. Tit fount of mry timing, *" Jtiut louutt m, uti* t ltrtnlir,' .I here Sunday. Their children drove up to our gate. We were r raging in mir in-,.;iKborh,i i \

80 officers and teachers. Training tun. my 6ur'.f Thy frail; Wud"i., frtm lbs folj/ .f Gel I visiting them were Mrs. Lilla Bar-I I Or at least, most t "i the peoi'i.1> Mhaven't '

Union gathers at 6:15: with SIr"., of mircy, nntr fitting, Hi to riciut *u from Jtnfir tjf ber and son Steve. c( Jacksonville I expecting our daughter from had nieasl.-i: l are MI" '
CM for tf louJtit o"l I Zephyrhills and our son who has
lOngi praiil.Ttttb Z.t" Hit priuloui blo.' !.'V '
training in church membership for Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wads- been in the army in Germanysince from this rhl] hu',1, di-ss'i-"' :: '

ail ages under the direction of J .. ions miloJiout lonntt, 0 to gnci how irttt t debtor worth, Jr. and children, Jerry and I June But greatly to ourlIrprist' But it hasn t 1 1"1 <".'1\,1' |

$*. by fltmifg t if .b.v.t Dally I'. Mary Katherine. of Gainesville ,
T. Lawson, director. ; fun etnilrthuf to -I the late children alone !t.">t W. to I' 'I\ <
Mid-week service regularly' Wed. A, C IVigert trtho tbi mount-I'm /<*,/ .io. if- Lit Tby goodnit, lki a ftttir, OIl'; Waldon Wadavvorth of the Maritime visitors were Pete Royston is ">.c' of the \ '
: Mount .f Tb, Tldllming loll. BiLl our son and daughter-in-law. Mr. a
utnJtrtng kttrt
nesday 7:30 with the Pastor in L my to r''ioo' service and Mr and Mrs and Mrs. A. A. and it has been quite a feu \ .
A f F"ige.rt of Park othe ( $'!;( Strickland from
charge of the Bible Study. A Palms. nationally known Bibl.- : Hiro I rtln mint Ebimur; 'iHttbir front to 'UII", Lord 1 fl H, !( I Thomas Wadsworth of Bushnell. Gilroy. Calif., and their Since; he was a child It "
to all : by Thy bilf I'. ]I front to Ittit OiriMian Church Senlcen daughter.t that
extended
cordial welcome is ctmi't tbi Cod I l>it; \ Faye England, her husband. measles are no repperson's <'>
to worship at the services of the teacher, will begin a Bible Conference i Aol I bapi by Thy god ptsmsuro, lIr,', fIt, burl ) uki ,nj nl A I The First Christian Church of r Dubb, .
and three children from or not even of old
at the First Baptist hyrcti I Sely to orriio ot bain. : Seal it for Tb Florence. < ':
First of Starke and to ) court fbou ....I.to Hampton will have preaching
Baptist Ala. To say we were overjoyedis 'I Well I hope '
ever\i'ii'
on Thursday evening of this week : services each Sunday at 11 a.m !
this home church for
make your it
putting
mildly indeed Sunday
The first in the series of services and 7'30 p m Prayer meeting hal'P I til! :1'1 :1I1t': .1' ,I ,, t .
worship. our daughter, Mrs. Carl
will begin at 7:45 with the general: '.1 ill be held every Wednesday at I: Oliver hi'i' 'I .i I \ I ,, i It: ,

public of all ages invited to a-- T ;,ii; p n\ I and family of Highland came to :N.c'i,, '
MethoJist Church I .rsunal Item spend the day with us. This! \::i- I

tend.Mr. I the first time that Catherine and; :
1 K'harl: C. Williams of
will conductt Tampa
Th> First Methodist Church of r Feigert I Lorene had seen each other IPj !
series of studies in the Epistli* to "'i.i.) the IT of F. was a New Year
Starke cordially invites you to be I j more than seven years. We had
..inst:\ ; of the J. W. Homes and Let Us Thoroughly
the Romans in these to
meetings
gin the New Year by going to not seen Faye in almost six year

church on Sunday, Jan. 6. Rev. be held each Thursday evening at Mi.s.s Martha Home On Sunday 1| and had never seen any of her Wash Your Clothes
hour until the of I the Homes and sons. and Mrs. !' I
Thomas G. Mitchell will preach the same study I children or husband. They had to

Sunday morning at 11 o'clock on the entire Epistle is completed. : B-tty May and daughter, Melody, :I leave Tuesday morning to return I II' j 9 Pounds

the subject, "Whither Goest Mr. Felgert is a layman. teaches|: St. Edward's Catholic j Ii r were guests of the A. G. Jordansin I'j I to their homes Later or. in the I

Thou". a message for the New in the language of a layman. anti,, Rev Richard Lyons. pastor. j i! PINE LEVELI i LAWTEY Capitola is extended Mrs.W. I morning our daughter-in-law For 40c !
Sympathy .
to
Year. Holy Communion will be has been used of the Lord in teaching Sunday Mass at 9:15: a. m. Johnnie Mae Strickland widow of
(; )1 n. II. :\t. :McRae I... ii.Chritmas FutfhI H. Maxwell on the sudden FREE
administered at the service, and the Word of God in a mannr1 I I. Weekly Mass at 3: a. m. I Leonard Strickland. came to seei Bleach If Desired:

also to the "shut-ins" during the that has made it most appealing Confessions Saturday 7:30:: to I I death Christmas Eve of her broth i i us. She had heard that Faye was

afternoon.You j'to young and old alike. I| 8:30: P.M.Children's. Well, the Christmas holidays ait- dinner guests of Mr. erV.. Welch of the Winter here and wanted to see her but Temple ive. Steaks

are invited: to join in the Catechism Classes over and we have so much to be. and Mrs. Mae Wells were Mrs Garden police force. Mrs. Maxwell I j I Faye had been gone about an '

Gospel Song Service every Sjn- There are no specified lessons. I Wednesday, 4:00: P.M.Presbyterian : thankful for although we spend Ruth Baitlow, Mr. and Mrs. Free i returned Sunday night after I hour and a half. After supper the: !! .

day evening a.t 7:30: by selecting no prescribed courses no examina- : sad days as well as happy days. Bartlow I and the Elbert Greensall attending funeral services in same evening another of our We Will
I
tions. just an informal study of Georgia.Mrs. '
your favorite hymn?. There will I ChurchSunday Our community was made sad ; of Middleburg. and Mrs. A. H. I daughters. Mrs Terrell Hickey and I

be special music by the Youth the Word with opportunity givento !I last Wednesday to learn of the! Harley Sr. of Lawtey. J. H. Saxon spent the holidays I- her mother-in-law Mrs. Felen Dry Your Clothes
j
in the audience to ask School at 9:45. in Hialeah I
Choir. Mr. Mitchell will preach any I I : death of Mrs. Daisy Addison of AIt".;. Wm. Freund and sons. Lar Park with Mr. came in and spent the night with!

Sunday evening on the subject, questions as; the study continues'i Friendship Class 10 a.m. Starke and we wish to expressour ry and Billy, returned to the:: ..1 and Mrs. W. A. Saxon, Jr. !' us. Sunday afternoon Dec 30 For 20c
That opportunity is in a 11 a.m. Hornm; !service con- .1 The Ben Saxons have been visiting '
"Life at God." to her loved home ,: the who
Begins deepest sympathy in Norfolk, Va. Monday aftei,ra !son we had expected for
"Question Box" in vhich written ducted by Rev John \\ Largent I relatives in Pompano Beach. La New .\utoniati- Drier
1
Church School Sunday several
begins every I staof several days with Mrs. days. Charles Fields, andi
morning at 9:45.: Senior and questions can be deposited each j of Huntington'a.. ones.Mr.. and Mrs. II. H. Lewis visited Louis H. Hill Dinner guests rf Miss Louise Adkins spent ft ej i i wife. Dottie. came to see us While!

Intermediate Methodist Youth Thursday evening A period will :, Youth Fellowship Sunday eve- Mrs Lewis's sister in Jacksonvillelast I Mrs. Hill on Sunday also include holidays with her grandparents they were here and had time. u. e

Fellowships meet at 6:30: each Sunday be devoted to answering those ning: at 7 p.m.Christian Tuesday.We Mr. aid Mrs. W. H. Jones and children the J. W. Priesters in A cclt'nny. I I jail went to Highland to St'.- t th-

evening.A ,questions immediately precedingthe i had nice Christmas. The Roy Roarks have returned
a
very .Nangela. Sandra Lou am : Olivers. This .
was the first The
tr.I :! Washeteria
Children's Hour for all children I. study each evening.Rev. I Church Most of the McRae families here Bill n St. Augustine.Rev home after spending Christmas in I
West Jefferson. N. C. I thai fharlts and ("at t hi !
between the ages of 6 to 12 L. D. Haines. pastor of the spent the day with the J. W. )Ic- Clyde Patrick. a form lenuir.
is conducted each First I The friendly church invites you Rae Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Price of se.'ii ::1 nn t I'' he' si'i.: ,' Sr'\iiTfin1..
Wednesday after Baptist Church announce family. pasto ,IIf the Methodist churrt,
noon at 3:15 with Mrs. J. R. that people of all churches are in-i 1 to join in all services. Bible School Mrs. Emma Mott and others of here, vas casing! on friends ir: I Long Island N. Y. have been : .
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Wainwright in charge. vited to attend this Bible con- 10 a.m.: Morning Worship Service Brooker were Sunday afternoon I I Lawtey Thursday afternoon of: guests of the Russell Dyals

ference. 11 a.m. Christian: Endeavor 6:30: guests of Mr. and Mrs II. H. Lewis. I; last wee. ?Ir. and Mrs. Vardee Wall and TRANSFER ANDSTORAGE

E\'enjjelistic Service 7:30: daughter, Gloria of Port Roval I, R.B.ALVAREZ&SONFor
p.m.
Church of God8th The young people enjoyed: asocial I Friendiof Mrs. :Mary Locke wilbe : 'jVa. visited the G. W. Saxon Jump < 0

& St. Clair St3. At The Tabernacle p.m. meeting and sing at the Jntereted to know that hei the holidays. Other
home of Miss Glenda Crosby last t mother :p"s. Mattie Dowell guestsincluded .
is
TlltlaI : :.....\ a the G. C. Genuy.s of kJ .
Sunday School 10 a.m. New Years Eve at the Gospel Friday night. Late in the evening; patient in he Gainesville hospital. I

Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Tabernacle observed with a I ('IIIU TI.\X ( iirucn: I refreshments were served. I We hope Mi-. Dowell will soon I bE Pompano Mr A Christmas dinner ..."...J.. R.8.A1.\'ARU.&'SON, ; U e operate Coral
given and
Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Watch Night Service beginning at t Ii Young Peoples Meeting 6:45: Mr. and Mrs T. N Norman and able to be howe again. attended by their Mrs. Saxon \\.1. 'lJ:i4y.. .' ,....IIl.'LlI, I. A. I long iIitanre.

Y. P, E. Service Tuesday 7:30 p.m. 8:30: o'clock and lasting until mid p.m. Preaching Service 7:30 p,m. son. Gerald. of Heilbronn. and Mr. I Mrs. Emma .arrimore of :Mac- and Mrs. by Gene But children.of Mr j --.i MOVING an>\\here In I 8

Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.m. night. Spiritual fellowship and an I Rev. James Strickland of LakeI and Mrs. II. M. McRae visited Mr.and rlenny was the lest of nr sister. Mrs Inez Adams of Jacksonville Hampton' r--- r
Mrs M. J. McRae of
CrosbyLake Mrs. E. M.
: Futt
appropriate sepvoce made the time Butler. |' on Christmas and Mr. and Mrs Holland Payne f.XCELLEM:

Church of Christ pas profitably and pleasantly.The I last Sunday afternoon Day. of Keystone.Mr. .
We are glad to have Mr. ami I Guests of the C
Corner 10th and MrMahun: Tuesday evening Bible I K.MKTKKY; : MOKKING: j Philip; : and 1\IrA. S. M. Simmons of ; TOIt.\jE
Mrs. Lavon Alvarez of Orlando', family during the
Study Hour was in hoijays were Richmond Va visited! friends j.T .
Bible charge of the I
School-10 A. M. and Mr. and Mrs. I
There will be a working at Evergreen Bishop Myrick Mr. and Mr*. James PIIlIips 01 ; ILITIEH
voting men of the Visitorsto briefly here on Monday"' route t ti I ,\ .
l'nl.
Preaching- A. M. and 7:30 group
: I Cemetery near Raiford on: and daughter Venica Ann. of f Macon and Mr. and' Mrs. Ujemar Ft. :
P.M. the service were Mr. and Mn. 'I Lauderdale.
Memphis, Tenn. with us again.
of
Friday. Jan. 11. All interested Phillips Tampa. DEL( HER
Mr. and Mrs. M
W.1Iotfllalll 1
Prayer Meeting and Bible Clarence Melton and children I :
Study persons are urged to come anbring :1 Mr. and Mrs. Z. K. Myrick of f Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie .lohi.
each Wednesday 7:30 P. M. Donald! and Delita. of Gainesville nn daughter Carolyn and Mrs Dai.sv BRO> See first.:
I tools and a covered dish Alabama spent last weekend herewith and daughter. Kaye. of Jacks,_ Williams of .4 us
Everyone welcome. Mr. Melton's experience as re Holly Hill visited old]
la l'd. I J. M. Rosier. the Robert Myricks. j villp were guests ofIi: ;; Enzi : t friends here last Saturdax Mrvtflrrow t I -....- __ ....
were I
very interestingI'fo
Mr and Mrs. Thomas Gordon i Blanchard on Sunday afternoon.
(iit'ucii or JK.SUS; CHRIST I is a former Hampton
OF LATTKR: U.s.IXTS: and Mrs. Elmer L. Johns of:d nunItYHHUI( : : G and little daughter spent Christmas :. I The H. C. Kelly family were i iI n "i"hool'nlncipal.

Killene !nd Fort Hoot!. Texas armoil with relatives in Georgia. I Jacksonville on Friday of I la( !it t MissVorma
Masonic Call Street. :I Sweeney and Mi-
Temple. home Sundiy on a ten-day'j There will be working at Co'L.'1 Mr and Mrs. Tony'Gonzales oi f'I I week. Joan S
School spent the wvek. !
Sunday eney
every Sunday fu>lough. They have been taking>' !, ner Cemetery on Friday.. Jan 11 I. i Starke were recent dinner guests! Mrs. :Margaret Kelly return d Orlan-, i iin Your Profit
'I
morning 10 a. m. Sacrament Serv ( and Winter Card.> a
I an active part in the Tabernackservices 'i| All interested, pels-oils' aie! uIgeJI I of the H M. McRaes. We were, last week after a stay of seven il Paul Grn
ices 6:30: p. m. A cordial invitation Of Jacksonville I .
is extended to all. I I and Mrs. Johns' musical: !| to att >nd MrJ M I <''':lIwrI : ulad to have Tony's sister MiSl'orma j weeks with relatives in :Miami. I the V. J. lade family this 1\ Combination For Lr-><) '

I numbers>rt' appreciated. I I I :-'; Gonzales of Tampa, wit I Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applebv an d ( Shirley 'nith of llirbland ,

The coming of Dr. John McNeilis : I us at church Sunday. I children of Stuart were Christina" ,been the hOlay guest of th u Fi'cdin 3Firtilinri and Prole( turn a

How To RelieveBronchitis being eagerly anticipated by all Kevstone Heights I There were 193 in the Sunday I I guests of Mrs. Appleby's parents Williamson
; !! School classes Sunday morning.That's Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Warren. Cyril Pickn
He will arrive on the 20th for J who has refj! : ,:.
.1 more than we've had for along The R.V.. Jr. of the returned frot.
weeks Mosfeys. a year of SI'rH., WILSON & TOOMER
meetings.TENTKCOSTAL:
!, (time, Let's see if we can.tbE'tter I in Korea has
Orlando area were holiday guestsof Tn visitir. frien-i
Sunday. Jan 6, t tin* regular com' : :
do next Sunday, it being his parents. Mr and Mrs R. W. in Hampton.Gail FERTILIZER COMPANY

Creomuls'ioo! relieves promptly because ; hOLINESs:: munion service will be observed in the first Sunday in the New Year. Mosley. Sr. They are moving tr I and Bobe JE'I'I' I )hns (), and DIt.-.swll

it goes right to the seat of the troubleto Cm'nCBSund.1Y the Community (Chun Following Mr and Mrs. Vt'rnit'Thornton of Jacksonville
ar FLORIDA
Lawtey thi week vlsi'it.! ,: theirgrandmother ; AGRICULTURAL SUPPLY COMPANY
help loosen and expel laden i ,
germ School 10 a.m. I the service. the annual congregational Gainesville attended church here I M
phlegm and aid nature to soothe and Mrs. Starling has returned to St.r 1'a'! JohnsCollins. t CI-II.l P I CII. J sC & S V ILLS. 'l. u .
heal laW, tender, inflamed bronchial }t Morning Service 11 a.m. meeting will b*> held.I Sunday and were dinner guests ofl II LawtPv for a stay with her daugh- -_ -- :

membranes. Guaranteed to please you I Evening Service 7:30 p.m. The main business of the meeting I Mrs. Thornton's parents, the B. MMcRaes. ter. Mrs. C R. Whitehead and Mr. and Mrs. J. Day ft{ plan I .

or money refunded. Creomulsioa has I j Prayer Meetings Wednesda;I will be to elect two members of II I fitv spent several'!*,,' here with ; Sold Hi
stood the test of millions of users. I night 7:15: p iii. Saturday nigh tjthe board of trustees to succeed I Mr. and Mrs. Zack Myrick. Jr family after some time spent with I the Matohett an 'A'adsworth'(:' )
relatives in Jacksonville I'I't
CREOMULSION : 7;4."i: p.m. Lmd-ey Walker and E. A. Rush- and sons of Winter Haven are families.!'

I H ," rxtn Pasto rtonihose; terms expire. i'visiting Mr and( Mrs. Robert Guest- at the Methodist parson
nU*.. Cwihs Oat Cddi, Acit* Irecdtitil. (
Ttvi i'ommuniiy Church Women i; Myrick. age for (Christinas '.vie L A. dish dunng! fhe Wft were Mrs | CARL JOHNS

RichardsofWa4in' 'II I II C Mr. Hattie Mathis of S Petersburg. !i
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::.1 t .H iKi then! January meeting onT'.Ltv
I j heart attack. but i recovering.. and :Mrs. H P .Iou) <-'n .,:f Sarasota Mrs :N'-lhe Osteen opampa |
.nil 6, instead of Jan 1, ar
Every; Branch of I I : Al Watson and family spent the Mr. and Mu F. 1' Wood 1 Irs Elclndge Niblickf Jar k''n ,
\l! Htherstioh: will conduct the '
I I' holidays in Miami. They attendedthe :Mr. and Mr. Frank Azbell. Mrs : Mile\ !II
il t. .1! :i.nal! a nd Mrs. Sara Mci Starke. Fla. I'HOVr( : ,
1
Orange Bowl! Game.Mr. I J
C. V Turner, and :Mi-ss' Helt'll'al. H hd.\ : of M !
guests
INSURANCEH. : :.1 .11 1! and Mrs!'
i \ I it-xiew two chapters in .
and Mrs. E. D. and
McCoy
I ters all of Jackouiville fn 1'11D.nkns\ were M Charles
'
r H Utmencans" The Mr and Mi L. K. Baker of
: !# Thin sdav afteriiiion R.anti Mr- iM'.XuiMr.: and M. Horace
p m Sumter. S. C. visited the Ken- Walters :: 1dIt.:: ..
auriRipaiiiMl (c \ and! Mr. and Mrs. r, Pope
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,1 In! meeting of the Key- I nedys last week and attended the Johnson back to :Fnin1'" Florida, '"1 .i'l: fai. ksonville also (' H

( C. 'WALL AGENCYPLEASE ',H. -s Woman's Club will I Gator Bowl Game in Jacksonville: a brief vi-it with relatives in Me1i I Allen\ and dauehf' r X, j>,.yld
o <1' : -i Tuesday.' Jan. 6. in then ,
.
Mr. anr Mrs. LaMorte are vesting -i bourne Roca Raton and Miami i -,.] :N.I--' il:: ".: Ilu-H:

PHONE! 146 4 \t -: I 11"11 it 3 Par."h p.m. Mrs' ii will Ewing be 'I Mr. and Mrs Weeks at the I I I Mr and Mrs. Sam Owen= an 1 1ihild I M- atl'1'i : I I'M' atil!

Inn. I i en Br iida. Pet.am! D-1':' !. 'r \ ; '1':" REFINEMENT I 1 :
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Constant Service Orer 50 Years I Ben R',,;e has been ill but i" recovering were 'l.r!; ::,.: sjues'-" ,' '''t. Kr"- ....
:MiW.! T F't'filan of .
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.J' 'ir tii '!1\' on Wt !;a' ,
-i :\ C :are U' --MI "pt'nd.t'k" -I ; : e vtor 1 .
\\'.iVne Sargen: was homo for of la-t "': ,<; tip, rtP.. -br F'! -. Au ry : -<1.ietail, in a ?..-ra. ', .< '
i ,' ",- it: o.f hi'me oni I- .
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-,. I the !holidays. i D'niit-i E: i* !si- ( ;' :M-; ., Mi ablejcaily and widely: kr..i.-: :
: : ; "i'\'.i whi> h bt long- to
Miss Barbara Chn-toffers V K: Ft '.':I i-h ":. r '. pi' : .'s .nodest cost it? whok''om"y
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,1.\'! t i Dr Fi e'r.:1It'stster: spent ,..
Christmas with her parent Mr ':, were T ih! (n" iciildr. ,i. :M: MIJ I' -:" and alway-, tactful: -:. mI-: ;
HRSTBAP11STCIIURCIISththRev. M--! Btiu irk They are planning i .
; and Mrs. Bert ChristoftVrs. < ; O.; .i' ::' ar.-i! H 1 !'>,iiis :ant alterations to the .
'h,- Pta'.' Fen-. M' ,I ': \I! = '. .t'oO
____ "I''Ut.V, understand. The Ellises have moved into ,
I" I new'home Re'i.ll. : .,' ','"pbt"y., "

Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Leif Olsen. a native of Norway their on Lake Liiln'. i: :Mr: *. D vanRedd.-' ,,' I J. 'h"- DeWITT C.

Jefferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town I tad a nephew of Mr. Olsen who I Mr. and Mrs. W. Pinon who ,:I:| vilU Br\ait's d"I is-t::: : M Ir" JONES

PHONES: Office 231 I'astorium 130 I '!'i\es just out of Keystone on Lake. spent part of the winter here last |.i Jack Pon.s and children T'.-irat:.,' u@"Etf. Phone 7 Starke, Fla.

j Geneva is in the .'nited States year. hve returned. It is reported SU FaST MUlf
I ( Mary Jack: and Mr Puns' parent
taking training with the that they will build a If ime -
army
'
l Mr. and Mrs E. Pons of Bo!; ""
ices What I Can Do in 52"Eenin
Morning Sen lie visited Smith Lake. I Refinance Your DehtUith
." 'mewht re lit Texas. on i Mass. i Funeral
who spend their winters nj 1 V: Director
j Services "What It Mean. to Follow Jesus" i th> Olsens during the Christmas Mr and Mrs. D Reamer'- re j Florida and were with their son : a '!'iO-lear-S": Int.-rt- I Ambulance Service

,rer rrreeefleeees.rr.rpSUNI'Y 'I'>olidays and enjoyed viewing thij turned on Monday for the winter i family on this occasion. Friend Federal Land Bank I ur local foaaral home enable w to offer conveniences an
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-e as C S'2 "- I
pirt of the country. His father is I of Bryant will be interested tc: rvies3 not otfaervUefuralah avaHabie.
11:00 A.M. 7:30 P.M.
I SERMONS : 1 I
it-! official in the schools of NorA dill Farm Loan
Unions 6:15 P.M. I know that his daughter and ,, ,
Sunday School 9:45: A.M.-Training : 'A and teaches Englu-h so Mr Ir_ rrr tar II r
\ dren are leaving for Germany nex! i SEE \ 6" '4
MID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, ;:30 P.M. ):,;- week where she is going joir R.V.. BRYAN lowest prices and
I mglage. I Fountain I'en with a point forieery 1! *t AN ? life insurance
her husband who is stationec'here : policy In force,
622 N. Main StrecGar.f''llle. iaeaed
ANT
VISIT THE CHURCH WITH THE VISITING PASTOR by
Mrs Olsen! the I uv. $2 complete. Bradford : 5amO'her tmpany,
was in hospital in the servile of I'ntle 'a. : Florid u payment In pan or In full on a funeral

'. .. 1n Ga.esvilla: las weekend with ;a County Telegraph. guests of Mr 3.d: Trp". d I ___ Consultation carries :BO obligation.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORH
PAGE EIGHT rmou.XI \ll\ .
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meter or poor wiring. Equipment'must ed ti serve a t opt ..f your ant.r I :,\ By Myrtle T. Dearer Deputy Clerk al I Mie .iff'oif IheI"rk '>f th'> 1
I POOR WIRINGIS or pleading tiv ",r "n plaint .n. II.FI.'i'1.i : ,; > .\ J 1'11..1-, i: .'- Ctr '\ppesrt State ., Florida '
Court
Matthews 4t I I'OTII uit m or before th2 be used the way the manufacturer the Plaintiff.s1. rn't. H..'.- \ I C 1.| h .r t :tin t i ',' ..it ,ItI day of January 1952 ,' I'e .\It..I..I.
I : : fth"rwi thri i denoeint.
BOut COSTLYBy intended to get best re- Knight. Stark.- 10'1"1'101., .'no! fil- I Mi_ .Mi-tl-I \ 1 I', 1\ i j' -I"t\: '!.tk \: n 10 .M-rniu .allegations -.fud Complaint wild! I load addrrs1'rmbegki .
For Congress the original ir. the i>tfi< r .r thi- I 144' I '. In rlrrult Coin JlrndCud Ceuety be taken as confessed' by ya'; Rg' ttA 1'tu4' ,
Continued from page one) sults. Meters occasionally. become clerk of the Circuit Court up or hrfore I rioililn: In Thanrrrr.iit.r This notice shall he Fri'', \.
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( I .\. :M. Petti but the 6th day flf Fehruan. l 1952:; : NOIHI: or IMINIIU\ \' N. :"o >!i-k.. 'l.nnnff tP"r once each week far four Yodt
high are
:. and community venture. He is Electrification SperialNtAgricultural faulty a percentage otherwise the allegation-. said i<.fend.ini tive reeks in the .) pUhlh'h"d'l Janu.r ar. !I',
immediate Past President of the j Farm very accurate. Complaint will be taken as <..>nfs>- I' \Olll':; fh herelix, (given: that the uii- C..-,, No. >".tV 2 Telegraph i ?rt !L ,.
t Club and is I Extension :'t'r\kt' ed by you. derfignrd. under the provision- alive To .ipprar.To Paled th'd, ,\' .,'''.'- i! tiff -. ,,- j w '
Gainesville Kiwanis I Poorviring steals the electricityuntil This notice shall be publishedonce I Chapter :::n.fS.: ;;:;: loa\\ > of "'Ilrld.1" P-.iothx, Kr>wal-ki. u hi.eieiden 1951! ind ','1' d, '

, an Elder in the Presbyterian farms and homes with the wiring has cost a sizeable each week for tour consecutive I. .f l 1941.! will register with the CU-Ik '' tn'n4 j4th AitnuM I.-- OFFICIAL SEAL' \ J. Tva '. l I '. di-r
Many Iwth :New Y.-rk : : -
weeks In the Bradford County Telegraph of the Circuit Court in and for ; ; ,, .
Church. He is a former Chairman electric service are poorly wired amount. Bradford .'"unt)'. Florida upon leoeipt You are hereby notified that a Bv Myrtle Clerk T Deaver.of ; : 'r. "; .' ''urt. ,. '
of the State Council for the Blind thei- laud this ::1..t lav.' of IVi ,-nil.er. of proof of publication "f this suit for Divorce has been filed G 'p'; .t. kIn '.\ '
without for inviting trouble and causing ; Electric wires must be large to 1)01; notice the fK-tilii-fU.- nan, "I{ I'u, against you in the aV>Onamt'd I n
held i
I a position he pay owners often to blame the power carry electricity a long way and to I' (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J Thomas. I Tree Inn under wh,. h I .un, i u n.\ -I I ('."tIt' and 1-.' and j'OJ: ue; required rirntit
several years. Clerk of the Circuit Court. in hn-uir<- at jiurKe. Kla! \\ liliamKronenberger. to serve a e'"> ->f x..tir :1J.: Cnrt. Bradtard Codify, (Uit'Fn t.1 i. SEAT.v \ '
supplier or the equipment.Take give the proper at the end Dy Myrtle T. Deaver. Deputy rlprk.I .. i F'Itrlda, In Cha.eery.iirdrr .
married to the former I pressure owner 1' u i loStarke \ I l. 'Vcr ?pUidirK! to the i 't d: t'nI I .' AI 'h'ch!
He is ,
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: electric of the line. The term that 4 4t I'a Florida 'I I. t1.' I i't 1 rj \ ,' I ftvv.: T I'I.-
' Sara Lewis of Orlando and has I the case of high means Dated this 4ih dir ..f .1..1"\I i I II'I .i! I ,I' t ., ... ,' _

children Carolyn. Ann and i bills. Many things can cause bills electric pressure is volts or \'oltage.j 01'11! 'ro IIMMilU I n it: :>:;. a< si r: I? i:' ..I' 1I 1- ', Ol 1-iihh. ..
three I rn \nd Ni.il.r .
inv In Circuit Court It r ad font Cvunty.Klnrlila "ulity. Flit il.i.U : I J.
Donald. The family live in their !I to. be unusually high such at This'C'lla'e or electric pressure : In Chaneery.Lucy : I I I5n1 -

I a faulty drops when wires are small or Purcaro P.errf-tta. Pia'miff, \ I -
home, Route 2, Gainesville. proper use of equipment I Salvatore Brretta C It.efen i'it "u1.: op I\-IINIION 10
overloaded.If
Ca
.:-.--.-..-.-.----.,--..-.-.- -.- ,------1; the voltage drops 10 due to j; Notice Tppear.. i Nollit-:; I Iheleln. 1:11 a .
I T- rvilxat'rfrrctt.' ,!. whose iind- -iin- il und > :-i i I. A HAPPY AND
poor wiring light)j fixtures will give} r. Md-m f ann .tddt.! ."- i I. I I', knwuV"ii of Chapteiii.!Ii'' 1... 1I'.t \ i iA PROSPEROUS NEW YEARIS
.
"O', less :ire b>"i > )I.\ ni.tified, that amt -41 1 .1/1/ .1.\\ I
I Ii light than they should..
for ill i\- .,1.1| i lci"ltion: of clerk ..I Ii. ,Cir' ll:' .
I 1 I I That is why lights sometimes dim ;: n d"n nn.tniii.i- l.rrn filftl igalnM for I ihnif.' 01 'miiiti I F I ,
i NOTICE when coo in the alto\r named i rt-c't-ijit ?.t ]1" ....f n..I |1' ,, i : ,, OUR WISH FOR THE
motor starts or when someone ,i MANY PATRONSWho
I '"lIrt and rause and you are required Illl- MO! |" )1., ft.cr| ,
i plugs: in an appliance. If they I II to lr\e a ropy of your answer I Join nil. ,' \.i 'll ?|".r \' ,
I I nr pleading. to the -.intilaint I IUII.I'I \\1",1 Ii, I .'mi :11.\.1: \ i ii i iI Were
i I I come back up when the motor is up Ion the Plaintiff< Attorney T. Frank i in---. ..it ;r 1 1, MI FI."d.,. i v I I Instrumental In Making 1951
i-I to speed this is not sei.ous. but if Landruin Starke, Fi! >rida and file I 111 ll> "t .ill i'i! Kl, "\\1 1
i II I' it. .1 }Lttii, I .
th* original in the office of the .li\
I I the lights stay dim it is a good Clerk of the Circuit C.nr. .>n .>r l>... !, .\ I n I i--' ; .' .-',, i "? I .1 A Successful Year For Us.We .
I I indication that wires should be fore the 4th day -.f \F l.i-nn t'\'.. ( Count F1! '.1 I.1. I

Deposits .or transfers made in our j I[ larger. A lOt: voltage drop will I Complaint nthrrn'ia will the Ii.ttkk qll! eiti-'ti--\ II. .i-,f r Aid..nf. I ___ .. I "I 1!

jI I also ; I 'on %.>...I.on or -
cause motors to have 19'J: less -- -ed by you ri\K I
before I | This notice hil']' he r' Mi!-hed I II" i di;\ I t lie -.h I i', i !
I take
Sayings Department on or power than they should. Sometimes ..f this
once each week ft, fnr C'>nctttiveweeks J ITII fl". .I- that I r. t opportunity to announce thc :
I .
IT.rtt
we notice motors nummr.g In the Bradf..rd ('.)lIn' \ Telegraph --?) .trcttn.t'' : .I .i". i .
I January 10th, 19.V2: will draw interest ful l .. oil-Ill. t .It 'Kill, I lll\- d. 01. "I .
and turning slowly trying to get \1'tled thi2nd dar of .linn.nN( off.I I i nit -. U i- ;11 i ..iiiilnl, ; .,, 'J,. i MR. ROY TURNER
started,uhon the trouble is that I'\-,_ | .ll.ol. Ilnp''| .'' I'll, "fh,. .. I Iifoie I. > },. : .
!
I from January 1. 1952. (OFFICIAL! SEALS A J ThomasA I. a-llllll, 'Hi.l i"t .i-i-l -1.1''' ''. 'I{
i low voltage robs them of their {'I("rk of aid court the ''I1I.dl,1, i.itei-' .n Th> "'" II,; i is the AUTHORIZED SOLICITOR
I
pow er. I Bv Myrtle. Deaver, I'plllrlf'r" I'litii.ui. old < ;. ....r.aI ii.: V, t "'II 1I l 1-: I
,I j I 4 It tATICE ::!:.; -p. i I Unlli i
Many motors are burned out I i I.: \\ "i .\ >' is: : '., ndulatr I in the City
i .
I I \ TO .U'PC\R f.i, T,,\ \--. .1 ,
Resources $$2,500,000 every year because poor wiring or In Circuit r,,nrl. IIraHortl County. tfNOTICr.

1 other things: result in low voltage.causing rinrida- K.: In fit..h.\I..Ir! Tlionrerr.iMl. t'luntiff v- I I 10 .tIMMMRI For the STARKE DHY LEA\ER: Al'IRl

the motor to heat. An I UOM- Fiueeralrt Miti hell iMemlint I Iin Cirrnlt Court Bradford <('taut,. ,
electric \ t motor is designed to grow Case "
,
CI.H.I I. ri.i! ,
\ 1'rl'f'nr.. trrn. MIII' \ v> i -
warm when in operation. The ... I I lion .Ink, I I.. \m. I >..f. nditn'I '
Flt7E.nM! 11itholl.
i To I ISi: e : If You Are Interested
motor is normal if the hand can be whor'id! .-ine .ind ..iddies'i! \- I :Notice To .\ppnr. Ci-c NI VM.III in Keeping Your Money at Home
I
i iI held against it. but when the motor know Ton n hereby' notified that a i To: Vtrrw.nl.i.. U L..\ IIi". '. wh.ifid. ."-..
are
I iI gets so hot the hand cannot beheld against suit for .Divor.-e on in the has above Keen named filed I You: IK arc> and hereby.nlil t-x notified,i- I iiUimuni that, a CALL FOR MR. TURNER

I I against it, it is *me to turn Court and .-.tine and \ou are required i suit for Divorce. has been filed.
against In the
you above
I off the motor before i it burns up to serve a <'oP) of )'ouran"1' ( Court and cause and you are named rf'- PHONE 28-J
r>r plendmir to the complaint -
FLORIDA BANK at Starke I Wiring is protected by fuses or on the riunt ,,f ftfnrnevsi.. !>quired to serve a copy of vniir answer .
I or pleading: to the toninlim'
circuit breakers .\ .I I Th'. 11-: .Ii ": .tllsr. Florida | ..n.tI..- "I'Iuntlff..lttnrn! ,
to keep it frometting' : \ T I I'' I
ind fl: h> fniuinil, in tliN\!<'" of
I ., .. ,. ILanilrnm' < t:'irl-e. FI"ri'I.I. :ar..1 fl.I II One Stop Service Is SO SATISFACTORY
/; too hot when overloaded II; Cllilll'( .) I ?'lilt OI.1 I..t.'..'I tl'' Itbe I or-iriM'iI! the of'n; ... it tiCI.I ..
4il- .li\ .f F.11,1\ \ I1' oth> tw t-
:Member Florida National Group; I I The fuse box gives good protection ... 1\\,.. .ill. n.<' ,ion- .' -.1,1 i '.,,.,. I l.i t t'Ic.o. ""f 11, "i"..x-i I C, mitt C'''If..n r
| ,1 j \ of !la- -
I j when; fuses of the right size are nl.!.i i'i! will Ix- t.th.I!> i- nf' --d' I -t l"|. 'II -. I.I .IT HI J 'II-i i-''. ,ilI I II -
t Member Federal Depositors Insurance Corporation I! I usrd Neverunder circumstances 1.'I.' ,. I i" I 1'' i t.il- II ,i- ''II' - - - - :
I, any TMinotl.(. e'iil! I 1e r I 1101'-1! -,1] n .1 I; t .


.:._,_,_,_,_,_ _.._._ _.._.._.._ - _u_.,_.._.:. ,i I blown fuse.When put familie's. a penny behind a .1 u ei.,.,.I l'tt..1 ui'i.)h i' -,P.k I" 'the 1r'n'I er r.mlf' f..n.1",,. -""n.1! I.'.".?;i'* .\.V. '"i"',, "'' .V graph"" .,TI-....i.VV. '111 f'1 the"" V nri-If. *V ,t.' f'l,M 4e,T t'i''nn-fl 1'ity,pnl.li.dM T.'I'h.!.!!if..I. FOR EC0i1iY Try Our Wet iaih or Rough; Dry;


are building a '.- .
I. I ,
new home, remodeling their I Ii ..FFI"I1." 1. I'1! TI..II!" i 1 present \ i'l 1. iK ,i'.1 i c"I"" ': 1 LAUNDRY SERVICENO
\ GROWERS j 1 !home or having buildings i j !:, 'f"! T I i-..ii. i *. I pt'. I1;1., .. r'"
wired it is well to plan for future I I (IVn'1'ICi:1'It
'
Hises and have good wiring installed! : \l'l"r. \ll :

I Good wiring mean- enough In Irruil ('..urt. Bradford InnnM EXTRA CHARGE FOR DRYING
I'lorittn In (i'fcam-eri,
Plant KILGORE'S Proven Qualify Seed I.convenience outlets convenient | 1,01"1"* S'nn", !i": n'i \

Only switches proper size wire t through1 1",1: \I" ii. Smith, !I.frll.t.I',\-l.. *:\' ATTENTION : NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR STARCHING OR BLUEINC

For High-Yielding Crops: of Top Quality and True 1! out and enough circuits, so win- ..'..... TT .. tppear: .. .. /
; .. _. _
: won't' be KliiMan.: .- l1Ilth. u I ..' ? .. .- .. -. .. -. .. .. .- .- '
TypeKILGORE'S overloadet.Anyone I'. "'''110''' I K V lOtli: ; I"::\ -' I'-lii: ur' If You Have

desiring more information I "tii; RPH: h ";. Calitoini. i iI B1iff-; ; ;

BRED-RITE :'I I'I on good wiring should see his! I I cgii Von f".r:11'.p.\oi.f. ;he'ehv IM not'fi.'d<; l.-en that f.I'.I;! :<; PINE Oil CYPRESS' Your Is Thoroughly Sterilized Before Washing

PEPPERS EGG PLANT CUCUMBERS county agent for the leaflet "Plall.I V iiri-: Cwt in tli- ilioie n.tii."l
Farm I Court ...n':111-I a rill r" are r>-- TIMBER TO SELL
AND MANY OTHERS I ning Wirillg01' writo tc nn rii tn *era "" of \'''"*' ntiver \-

Agricultural Extension Service or nl.'ai':nc:*. to 'le ""mllanl: Large or Small Tracts 24 ;HOUR! SERUIGE IF REQUESTEDWET
VV't i HiI'!:nntift'i ,n*'t 'l..I I iI iH, .
Varieties of Sweet Corn University of Florida ,.
Leading Gainesville. I".'ii"ia"t I.' o. It I'llld': .1.I I. h.
1 Florida. -oin-ll. ; KL.ii.ti .Pd i l ''I'. tl-. : We All WASH 5c Per LB.
V.e lrn.1I; in the ..f I..f th- Clerk| Buy ROUGH DRY 6c Per LB.
ASGROW BEANS OF ALL TYPESMcNair' .
<.
,f tl>e Ciifii'i, ; Con" n or .f.r"
|\ CAUI: 01' TIIAMv: tl" It', d.i"I F. "in u\ I1'"..' "fll'- PAY TOP PRICES 10
\\ '-,. Ili| .itn.' f. -.ml C..TII- POUNDS For 50c

; I wish to express my sincerethanks iiliini! uill I I.. iik- i rf-' -mfi'v.il .l.i I e
t. nu
I to friends lop published ---------------------------------o
Tobacco Seed and relativesfor Thi m.u'ehall! .

s : the kindness shown my motheiduring I'll.-rrks i-.lfh in the Mf'eK IIndfK'l for our Coiinu rnn.r' Tele-Ut l\e i Write or Call

-- !, her illness and also I
anP'eciation -
I J't"'r'h1.,1. STARE DRY
CLEANERS 5
"f 1' Vmnlo' '
for the lovely giCug \' r this :SlSt iiiY I

Shell CBP Emulsible I g \ her during the Christmas I"(Oi-'Flc\l." | SKAP .* .' Thom.i-" : B.T.TIIOMASLUMBER

: I holidays We especially than Clerk of"1 I Cniuit Court
t'er, l >.-iulv I'l-rk
1 IU Mini.T I DP-
Beds the Lion Club fur their thoughtful i 4 4t i ::; I CO.
for Treating Tobacco Seed I I : ness. AND LAUNDRYJl

I NOTKI'"* \I'I'ltIn PHONE 211-J
lies:; Bata Lee I
: Sullivan anc I Irrnit r.*r. "n.rd I'onnlj. ,
'. I family ri.Ti.lii In 'hn.rer'. P. 0. Box 735
:Materials CarriedIn ,iii' l"'i"i"'i-' ; 1 1': "-ittft, '
Related '
and
Also All Seed-Treating va ll..ind Edna "liX.lhetll; MllllMt.' V p l ir. STARKE FLA. \ 1l'S1) URf.IMV ti\ItTH

Stock At All Times I i I ..1".1'\ ". \;" xy"Notier ,7

Ii i W. C. T. U. To. V.dti.i\l'l'K1m.ll.;'/: .,,tli Hi, ., '. .;- ::-' ,>, '. >_ : '7 -" ..;.-";: ",, -e-,:::...::;

e-iden.e' |i- h'1 "I',' 'JI J-' '
i I.HjrOK "STOPS THE Ml'sK: Mhos;,.., t':'i. New ork. -
THE KILGORE SEED CO. ix TiiorsAXDs: ..,ti Ire. hereby not't' .1 I .1' '
OF JI())n: .ir PI\ "I..,.
I EVERY: : .\\'. .i- I I....-I- fJl.t ac.uti-, h.
I 'il-o\-. n111..1: '?"..1 'nil, I i ,niion
1 202 N. W. 1st Ave. FI.Olln.GOOn XEUS.DECEMKER : \ir.required. to -.n. ." ',. "' ON DISPLA Y FRIDA Y JA N. Vi

Gainesville, Fla. 19.30SOIKT. : -) nl.ton inn.II-w.r..It the Plaintiff tilend-nt\' '"\ 4th

N'.iih.in S<.hex-its < .\ II., it I in-,, i I' ,
TO .tpi'ntit Law: Kxi'h.inife P.uildi-it: I .

In Circuit (...urt, Bradford i' nnij-, '. '11a'. Florida. .
Q I'l.tri.la: In (bnnrtrT. and file tinurieini'' 'I",' i
i \\ hqdn i cuinu1'v i..u; 'line. of ,, he f'l..rlor the "Ci- ,i: i nor THE NEW
D D 0 FOR
1.1/ .1 i -I.i '. I n.t.'iHUn- before the
.. 31' i'.n- :\-. ><7fi 4th day of Feliruftri !I."' PLYMOUTH 1952
';';L'10I:: '' ...:. = ..ij'L P. "L P' .J.i..J f.( -J' ..lire To Ippenr. ...th'rwllit.; alleeit "o" dComnlnint

; T.! iihnr: I' .I..-..n. .l\-. i. Ml ; will l-e t.ik. ,
FOR SALE rrlnce Marvel :JJ'.U!:': 'I CiER: SEWING :Mirhine Tonpany lit..n" I-i 4 'i XmJ1"1:! Sn.et.t fev-ed 1.\' vmi
Polled llerrrord bi... \\" 'iKh' Lake rite KU Ph ne' H<0. !Ic: !..II Ki.tlKf. I.i.....MIM Thi- notuehall\ I I.. il
1500: \ pound Keu.vm fur yellniR 101 i will\ r"I.II' your marhiniin II pt'w l are herelnotifiwl that a one eah u... V for f V ,
k lep from inhrt riling I'IK.- top iiindition ie.i-iinilie: | \\i"e '. Milt for Itnorct. 1",1, (110'/1 I 'r..Prin the P.rad'o'.Isrrnnli '
right. IK \Va>din. WaUl.t4p I use only genuine Singer part;S t .Irl.llH-l; you in hr .Shoff IIUII..d .
I IS I Our sei'\'ire farwill pick up a rid I I 1'omt and cause hd you ..11'It. .- r'.yu'r- tMtf" .hi!- ;::
.. Uelnerv\ 'crt'Ire( uimn retiuesNew I. .. .. .. .. ,...
.
MAN Olt WO I.\\ wanted to 11 Si i II ger ni.i> hine- :are a val..1. ( __.__-----u.-- - - :
Hoof ('tat tng and 1'ulnis. Nat imr able ..'I 1 \ .'.l-"nuli'e! t t.-l IM.
all)' known. Tart or full turnt'.iHul ,
ronimUhions Completeequi

T)..on|>inriit, 4,1S: furiiLhed.rite.\ragull't.. Coral\Kay I vmnvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvnMATTIt: ESSES I I

fables "'1... ap1| 1 CLOSING OUT
i
OF ALL KIND \ i
I
FOIL .\I.I--S O\J) equity for $;.:.(\ in I :
10 aorm, 4-rm. liulise KlertrnonkinK : RENOV.1TED. JI -
: IOU ft. :!-n nvk w.'M .----
with .1.'lr| pinup TVnn'itt, > ..
-, .. .- ..; JJ I
down $30 mo fur t.iutth.n '
$14 per III.per.. until t.al p.n.l >..<. \ :.; ,'L.:<: ....L I- ,

Mr sin I him. S.tii.-| | =>t"i f. I>|IMIIsoiAV. >> ::: W. t SUNOCO PRODUCTS -
: :t : r-.,.;_ IAfL 1 1I I

RNITCRE
}'Ol }*.\I.K 1-room IUUIMwith Ft. I
> ath. White' Utkf
> |property on
St Cash JI.750.:! : .\|iilolm|' \V lt'ul'hllt..ft.J't'.1 and I
AVhlte I call Willi.. I I"- : Mriip I
or n llefinKh.slHAMlMis .r -
...r 1'Is I!| While They Last!
I
\1: \Tna: *S CO. -
KOU SALK-YunnR bay i>..nmart-. !
gentle and wound limn u.rknlnonii ISI \' 230( Talatka. E'1&AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

*. Iran.1r"lI.. ..M Ijik. Mitt-
lei grade I mi. \\.--t nf nuirt-

hnu-r. Up For. TilE: tu I taFT; "I'P:i iI'M H: d.. I JUTBOARD \las0"
MOTOR OIL 30
W.1NTFI4irntir; hotc th.\t will, \ _, KIR-:! .'\ --d \\.i.l' u. lnilinn .10CUP a6' ..P e
'ii I ne" re.-t' 't : pap 1
ride plow! and lrl*.* \\ inttH'nn; I .
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null $1 i- Hr.\\\: \ 'unnl\ -
prlfV 1!. Devine. T..I..gl.ll'h.T"
I..gr"l'l1 tfSKUVKI.
S!: S-A It;I' I

(1s'EF'IIIEhAT''RS; : Was :\0"
Hot'SK KOI SI.Ea.re: lun GREASE 15CSUNTUNE Ii
"f -gul.irlv pr. rd .it <; ; !' .
All tonvn'en'S: mi. raM' ei t.. ell\ at $!Is't; ,' .-.> i
StarUe....I\ St 'h"". c h..ph..r.l.I': RU tf lielf tl"\ ?.ne :!.i.l.DIOS .- > : i- i 1 A more beautiful, smoother operating, easier riding, safer car which i


newly dune over furnished R.\ REPAIRED ij
ATTRACTIVE Now
al"trtlll..nt'.>r rent GrHh'partm..I1. \11al.r.. ill Modelliratunable TOP OIL r 15l :j features 46 important improvements
.\ .* on CMark: Street $50 rharse Il.ullrlln.r..ttll ( I ,

V.month .\ J Th.m11.T.! to'l!! \". (i. '(..:I.IIIUII: : I II
4:1':
Agent. 70.1: fall ..t. MitrUe Ph. : !I

\u\r.K. : 11t" (UI.oFon UEXT a'I I No" 1

*. bedronms l heating.modern air io.tile.lej bath Fvcrihtng ren.irnl '.- SEVER.al 10. ': I-rsKp>:nil: : ?I.1S; ::'.': \ \,1', < [ -' .rKt i' RADIATOR SEAL ; 45l ;1 You will he delighted with the new beauty in the 1952 Plymouths -

evicent linen1I.i\ ,
furuixhetl 'via t'
ro..11.lln...".. kit,*h>'n. pantrvV. 'I I,j
road-hugging
in sweeping and color) harmony
appearance -
"I"nFI.I.
bet \1'" ,
Ure.'
rv FYIIBtLVS1in; [ : : : = EI us: s KJ.tjpeur.tei $
.t i X.-n.i St. "h"ne1< >''i-ere> .. !'
tfK"K RUST RESISTER f No" : perfection in the new interior All the features of
luilin: 1 I'> -"voml "I' !' F i 1 45l
P..f..1 I "";\ -o. <1'1,1 I ,,, I

)IIST1'ji::i> t H:t-nt 11 T attractive'..MI ;.iMe eI mnd'rn .,..c-- eHiaJf; "i >i I'.u'r-} -,.. :. .. I It Ii I i comfort economy, safety, and durability you will want in

in lornti'.n. .\1 I*-< thr-e roams an, .- ,
bath r..tr..t.. Kntirely r""l'c"rat HIF' FOR Ui\T-riifurir-l.: : ,i i\:., : 1 your 19.:>2 Car.
.t -MV Madison I .. ,
h'e \\ irt-d f..r. < Ir : \ .
mat if h'>t w iie> hei'f. : .
.I.
RFSTTworoan: furnish1nartments : : t i
>R nn'ur. X. Witt-r Stf.r _
fomfort.tlil b*di I
'< .-rise paoe' heater, ..1... trl(> rinse: Ilnt' r'edr 1 STERN'S DISPLAY FRIDAY .1 TJ.P.
:"r. Plitt 541.E
$4ft-4" A* .r tut
I.r.e noroh tn<\ hewn 10.1.- :
Call 5=1 "ridei.: tar"". taV-tn.oii <> mall St ftrm J.rinire I'..-- III; i. 1. I
left traded i'"''\: Itr mile<
>. "e with "Iltn' at Kate Mr r t :.1..1 i I
nrnnknitl .*n'" t( WAXTRnt> ihi :
rnrlVvnn \ .' kniw'.fdj: .. >f to..Io..I! I.
P | Kn-
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Kitinc In-ni\ :-e I J 1'. I.I ROBERTS
APAUTMEXT von RF\: r. partiallyTnrntoheil. I I MOTORS
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Vr.nee li tow lieh'n l I s. t 'r'n- 1 STATION
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Thom.Ir. .Xdnun'..trat,>r tl C I t, \\,1': "P\l..... ;T\f1: '; \11'rlr.In.,
Sri Iv .
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AXDIURTIIDAY'tKFSS d k-t.>hnV Jhlh Mr:" I' ,
WF.DDIXO UI: \ V 1.di."o.f So. Walnut St.
un Order taken at Pahmer'1P.lft i :Starke. Fla.! sTUtKL) tl I V.
hnnn. PSon Clt.' t' \i !"rr. .
F{'" < \1 P- V T* "', r.:, i
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STEVE IN 't'
TJUDP.t'n oi.n ,.. .. oarsn,1 _. I.:.. i -- > -- -- --
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a Bonn\\"' mik"""n'* v-iu''''' a n11 liberal t n+w all'T>\\lr\y.. .,,"if .\\"to.,.. ,- -. rI ." - -- - - -- - -. .. :. -- :'_. : -- ,. .: ..--: .- : ,- .- _. -' : ,<. .' -, ':_ -- ;;': 1:::":' '-) ,

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