Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 13, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Survey Team Will Visit

rke On Search For Academy Site County Publication Established In 1879

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Andrews, president of the)| Andrews slated that as soon as -- -- .- -

pen, Chamber notified that of Starke Commerce and'seeking it was learned a site for the an Air academy Force was In 'I City Hearing On Bad Check Artist I Three Lives Lost Board Sets

. j Blending will be visited by Florida, the Chamber of Commerce Located By Sheriff Up Priority List

team to tour Flor- contacted :
vey soon Rep. Bennett and
the preliminary invcstlga- urged that he request. the Site Deficit SpendingSet Sheriff P. D. Reddish requests; In Auto Wreck I

f a site for a ,pruposed Army Selection Board to consider Camp I all persons holding bad checks on ;I On $258,000 Road Program

orce Academy. I Blandlng which apparently has Louis Q. Fowler to notify his of- ,

|letter received by Andrews< many of the requirements desired For TuesdayCitizens flee at once. I I Near i Maxville _- -- -- _- .--- -- ,

Lt. Col. Arthur E. Boudreau, such as excellent transportation Fowler operated. a small lunch'

jiry of the Air Force Acad- facilities. (rail. air and highway), Speaker Predicts
loom here for a brief period ofi Hayes Announces To Finish
plte Selection Board said: availability of power, water, and and taxpayers are Invited I|I Three* persons were Instantly Bright Economic Hope

I view of the recent request sewage facilities.. good .drainage, to meet with the City Council several days some time ago. the ,, killed and two others Injured when !

Charles E. Bennett that mont favorable climatic conditions, Tuesday night at 7:00: o'clock to Sheriff said and during that time. semi-trailer truck and Future For FloridaA
p. .a large
the and proximity to a nearby airfield. discuss the prolll'and'conll of theCity' worthless r Legislature 6 Projects InPeriod
e be considered as per- gave a number of collided State Road
lautomlble on I
proposal to borrow $100,000 !I I very bright picture of the
t location for the to meet the cost of present and checks around town. i j 1200 at the south end of the- Mtf>C.. future of Florida was paInted at
the Site Board hag red It was announced that the Air
future Improvements to city streets Fowler Is back In the service vllle overpass about 7:30: o'clock i I the Rotary Club Wednesday by 3-Year
that a preliminary site Force has ruled out Pensacola. sidewalks! sewage and water sys now and has been located at 690 Prof. Clifton Oliver, Jr., instructor -
gallon be made.accomplish which was among the first pro- tems. Air Craft & Warning Squadron. I Wednesday< night. In Labor and Management In

this trainedal posed sites slated for The dend are: the Business Administration
survey. Ordinances authorizing; the Cityto Kirtland. AFH, Albuqueique New A list of
priority secondary roads
and professional per- Many other Florida towns are bidding issue $100,000 in "nontaxable"revenue Mexico Sherriff Reddish said Officers .I Don 1\[. Willis, age 31, of Gaines School at; the University of Flor In Bradford County was adoptedby

|" will visit your city In the \ for the Installation but Mr. certificates have had the at the camp have promised I ville. I ida. the Board of County Comn's-

ture. The date and exact Andrews stated that In his opinion second reading before the body, that the checks will be made Dean R. Muir, 31, Fort Laud- Prof Oliver stated that Florida sinners at Its meeting here'Monday -

.j t this visit will be furnished none of them could measure up, and the- third and final reading good,I If they are notified of the erdule. >. apparently faces a long period of and submitted by them to the
will be held at the next Mrs. Dean R. Mulr age not steady growth in all three
Inthed. advantages of meeting
soon ILS the Itinerary to the obvious correct amounts. phasesof State Road Department in a conference -
." Camp Standing.BHSCagersHave. Tuesday. After then the Council I learned Fort Lauderdnle.The Its economy- 'manufacturing.agriculture held In Tallahassee Thurs.
will be in position to take actionon bodies" of the three deceased and tourists. day morning at 9 o'clock.

the proposal.It Starke CleanersIn i|were curried to the Glddlngs Funeral He stated that even the trendsIn The priority schedule represented -
that\ Home In Jacksonville. '
was explained the certificates

Date I L weather conditions over the the six secondary roads that
>p will be paid out of the I:I Injured were: country HWIII to be favorable to the county board hope to have

present utilities tax and revenue WlllUm. Wlllls,2. who was this state, In that winters are apparently completed during the threeyearprogram
from the light and water plant. New PlantThe brought to Shadyrrest Hospital becoming colder In Califoinin
now being tentatively
Annual MeetClay Home Games Fri. and that the City Is prohibitedfrom I In Starke where the child's chances thus diverting much of budgeted by the State Road Department
for were reported asI
levying additional taxesto recovery
any that state's
'. last former tourist tradeto and made possible by
Starke Dry Cleaners
pay the money back. The funds I good. Florida. State and
Federal funds.
Electric: Cooperative. Bradford High boys and girls ran be borrowed for from 3 to week completed mo..lnlthe\ I 11 | Mis. Willis, the boys mother,
jrlll hold their 195O annual basketball teams will meet Bran- :3 I 1-2 percent interest It was said. plant from the former location at | was carried to St. Vincent's Hosipital | The speaker discussed the eco The tentative schedule of roadsas

jig for their members at the ford In the Starke armory tonight No projects have been definitely Court and Jefferson Streets into I In Jacksonville where her nomic outlook for the nation In set up by tho Board in order uf

rative office and generatingin (Friday), with the girls game decided upon but the programwill the building recently purchasedI I I conditloh was decided as "poor"I '-- I 19ftO it nd found, It generally good. tholr priority, Is as follows.

Keystone Heights on slated to begin at 7 p.m. likely Include additional paving I Florida Plastics, Inc.--the following several blood:?, transfuI William Enos Hayes announced Prof Oliver was Introduced by 1. Completion of State Road 221:

flay, January ID.atratlon The boys and girls teams. played widening certain streets con- site of old Standing Center on East I Htons. 'his candidacy today for State lay Antliews who had charge of (connecting State Highway 10!)

| of members will belt Lake Butler In the armory Thursday structing new and rebuilding old Call Street. I I Wllliiim Willis, 2, who was Representative from Bradford the program" for tho day at Pine Level Church with High-

10:00: a.m. followed by night but the final scores were sidewalks extending Fewer and I I The Florida Plastics property members of the Church of Jesus County and will seek the D"mocratlc way 16 at State Farm).

i and entertainment by Toby not known at press time. water lines and enlarging certain which Included a large! building, Christ Jf Latter Day Saints, and nomination In the May Merchants SetHoliday 2. The road leading from Broker -

and his Hi-pointers. Lunch- In the opening games of thefieson water mnlrm. I 65: x 100 and 13 acres of land. was l Mr Willis at one time conducted primaries Ha, was born In Starke In a northerly and northeaxt'v'

iill be served on the groundsn. the BHS boys A quad Approximately $20.000\ of the purchased for 10000. a mission( of this faith In Starke. on October 28, 1924 and Is the son direction through New River ami

lost to P. K. Yonge 37-26 In the $100,000 total would i be used to The large dry cleaning and laundry | Muir and Willis were students ''of Mr. and Mrs. E. W Hayes intersecting State Road 100 cast

annual business meeting of new gymnasium at the Universityof pay for paving that has already I establishment, which! now DatesRobert of Long Bridge.
at the University of Florida. j ji He wee graduated from Bradforcl -
Florida last God- / 3. Tho road
Friday night. i leading from Con
and election of the been done around the school employes a total of 30 workers- is
operative win with 9 was high scorer for the and i The highway patrol reported the High School In 1912 and wan ner Bridge near Raiford In an
grounds on South Thompson owned and operated by Mr. and
Jof trustees for 1950 will be1pm. -
locals and Eaves was runnerup St.New. Mrs. Junlus M. Smith. i cur In which those killed and ln-j I an Kagl: / Scuut. During tho war Ilarksdule wat elected easterly and southeasterly direction -
Principal speakers with 8.The Jurcd were riding was headed weston he served 33 months with the U. chairman of the Merchant's DI- to Starke and known as th,
Charles E. Bennett. Rep- BHS B squad also lost to Complete new laundry equipment State Road 228. It collided with]S. Marine Corps and participated vlxlon of the Starke Chamber of Brownlee road.
Hive to from the Doctor ArrivesAt was lnstallecl In the last
Congress plant
P. K. Yor.tfe by a score of 34-10 I the northbound truck at the Intersection j i 1111 the Hsnault on Iwo Jima with Commerce at a meeting held In 4. The road leading from State.

la. Congressional District Delano Thomas with 6 plonts was Keystone Heights summer and at the time of setting of Road 20O near the MaxI > the 5th Marine Division. He Is. the courthouse Friday night to Road 20O at a point about nr '
arold F. Clark In the new location. completenew
high scorer for Starke. up i vllle overpass. "presently a Junior In the College set the calendar of hollt'ay: closing :! mile north of Lawtey. and running'
id of the and cleaning was I
applications dry equipment ..
Truck Driver Charles FranklinSpivey.
Next the and dates for 1950.It In
Tuesday night boys a westerly and northwest..rlvdire.tlon
division of R. E. A. Installed, so that the plant Is now j I ''Of Law at the University of Flor-
28 Fllerbe N. C. was unhurt .
t. ,
girls A squads will play Callahan 1 I was agreed to designate the to the Union County line
able electrical appliances modernly equipped In all depart. No. arrests were made :i lila.
In. the Starke armory. I following for all-day closing: and known as the Rosier or the
d by dealers in the coop- I ments. A new and fully automatic I In N a member of the First Tuesday, July 4. I Flowing Well Road.

ry, will be given as prizes Bank President Gives boiler has also been Installed : I PiplUt Church of Starke and b..- Monday, Sept. 4. Labor. Day. 8. The road leading from Harrn-"
drawing for the members atse and the company recently placed 50 Guard Payroll social
{ longs to Pi Kappa Alpha Thursday. Nov. 30, Thanksgiving ton at or near the Intersection o{
i of the meeting The latestof Optimistic Report three new trucks on Its routes. fraternity Ha Is ala. a Mason and Day.Monday) 1 State Road 13 (cut-off) with the

electrical appliances For New Year The owners feel that the new location I, a Shriner. Dec. 25, Christmas new Hampton-Theressa road pnd

o be on display for the inn Is Ideal for their purposes Totals $22,000( i Monday, Jan. 1, 1931 New I..odlnlIn\ a southerly direot'into

of. the members 'Satisfactory earnings". slightly c since the new building provides Civil Cases HeardIn Year's, hay the Alachua County line In tie

nembera of the cooperative better than 1948 were reported by 11 unobstructed view of all depart i It was decided that Thursday direction of Orange Heights. or

ged; to attead.Dioxide W. B. Sewcll president of the ments, and the spacious paved Over $22.000 was paid to member Circuit Court halfholldllYolling\ will remainIn Earleton Boach.d. .

I Florida Bank at Starke at the ea 'surrounding the building a1 of Headquarters Company,; effect the year around, with The road leading from Stite

Formedm first stockholders meeting of the vldes plenty of parking 3d Battalion, 121th Infantry 'lur 1 I Several civil: Dunes were heard In"Circuit th"> exception of the two Thursday Road 100 about 1 mile south of

new'year, held here Tuesday for customers. r" Ing 1919 according to aptllln'HUlh ] "CUnirt 'e" l ..tweek ''Aa .!* preceding Christmas Dec. city limits of Stark and leading.

Trail'Ridgelium "Local conditions are considered l B. Ingram Jr. company !i follows;. 14 and Pec. 21, when stores will In an easterly southerly i>n<.1 l lsouthwesterly

By Du Pont I favorable for successful and profit- Funeral Sunday For commander This amount include Bradford County vs. Clemon Alexatulcr. remain open! all day. direction, again Intersecting .

able operations In 1950" the bank Mrs. Belle Johns pay for regular weekly drills at petition In county eminent : I State Road 100' at i1
hew grade of titanium dlox- president said. the armory and the two weeks/domain. proceedings to condemn : First Payment Of point about the corner of Sec. to.

been developed especially; Mr. Sewell reported that deposits At Long BridgeMrs. summer encampment property for construction cif. .1 I Township 7 South Range 22 En-it.

itreous enamels and the (Cen. In the bank. as of Jan. 9. 1950. I Recent rulings: by Army officals 'State. Road, I 11 lump ton to Trier- $10,000 Race Money known ,ns. the Orlffls Loop.

|ceramic field by the Pin- totaled $1,043.322.54 as comparedwith Bella Z. Johns, 82 widowof which rut off the pay of some I II esert, ). Council for petitioner moved I Soon DispensedClerk The State Road Department ,I- s

Department of the K.: I. $1. 976 418.41 on the corres-F Samuel Newton Johns died I Army reservn units do not affect j the court, for an Instructed verdict estimated>> that approximate' 'v

pont deNemours & Co. Co-, ponding date In 1949. This he interpreted Friday. Jan. 6, at her home near the National Guard, the units ofi I(awarding damages of J.M), which of
nto the production of this : as comparing favorably New River after an extended 111- which ere organized: IIIf are units I' was agreed to bv Horsey Fote I hail the pleasure of receiving!, endorsing the construction of lIt'cond.l"y

titanium now being mined for with the national picture with a nose of the Regular At'my. Rapid Increase ';council for the ftndtnt and depositing a $10.000 roads In Bradford County dur'' .

Bmentte now being mined for general 10 percent decrease In deposits -I- Il .......\.u; A native of Bradford County in the numbers of Reservists Bradford( County vs. Russell I check last week but the Board the three-year period 1930-lOVi.
being In most attending drill necessitated and Ida Mae Carter, petition In beneficiaries Sources from which these fun N
experienced pay of ( -
ont Company by the HumS Another forward step for the she County Commissioners
had lived In the New River
will bit
derived for the
sections. stoppage where those units had county eminent domain pro..ed.InKs three-yi*
did not to
thriving town of Keystone Heights I get keep
i Gold east of Starke. |
Community her entire life. Site I
to condemn fur period are ns follows:
The slight decline shown here isI was taken lust week when Dr no Mobilization-Day assignment. propel ty construction any of It very long
e new dioxide was developed |I was a member of the Long Bridge National of a State Kond ( No. i Federal Rid (secondary roads
I I more than offset by the fact that William Musser opened his offices Guard units and those i The check represi-ntwl Hie first
.use In vitreous enamels as an more than $100.000 was withdrawn In a newly constructed building Christian Church for the past 30 units of the Organized Resetve 225)) The Jury awarded defendants payment of race track funds. from allocation) $71.60000.
lifter and Is to have 1 1hcation i years. | S1RO\ plus Ills: foe Eighty percent of the >surp'u> .
expected I' during the past year by local adjoining the pout office. Corps of the Army which are similarly Httoriipy'M the state to Urn county In the
In the ceramic field j, groups for use In new building Survivors Include four suns, J.I organized will continue to ',for the approximately 3.7 aries new year gas tax funds appropriated to the!

fell. The distinguishing char- programs It Is also estimated that The securing: of a physician for I L. and M. L. Johns of New River; I be paid for drill attendance at the I of land Involved In this suit Half of the payment' $5,000: county for road work under Supervision

j-Is tic of this new product isreefiowing from 600 to 650 now automobile the growing community. of Key. Smith Johns, Lake Butler; Wi> 'rate of one day's pay for euch 1! In the suit of W. J. Df ld. Ji. and was Imniiidlntely placed to the of the State Roitd f).'-
stone was one of the major proJects ,I s-'t i> Lola. H Dodl W nrtmrnt t, $73,(>HO.OO.
[ units were sold during 1949 two-hour drill.National vs. M. L ami (Twentypercent
which by
properties. ley Johns Gainesville four daunh-1 j credit of the Bradford County
of ?
the Keystone Chamber of i ( .
W. R. Conner, distress. for of the surplus tax,
rent the gas
Starke dealers which would also ..
Bit satisfactory dry mixing Commerce List will [ ters, Mrs. Fronle and Mrs. j I School Hoard, under an agr..1m..nt |'
year fill a long Moody ''j. 'money Is turned, .
-account for considerable with- lury found in favor of the dffend- over to the cou 'Iv.II
{handling. residents Truba Hodges'/ New River Mrs. Red Cross of long standing whereby'all
drawals. felt need of In that area. : t nuts. II for nm> In road work with no
Jfectlve use of titanium dlox. The generally progressive spirit Dr. Musser Is a native of Clarks Ruby Thomas, Floral City: Mrs. 'I Quota $67,000,000 A verdict hRS not yet bi-en reached race. track payments are diViIcii strings attached).
the twoboards.
[has been made possible by I that prevails in the agricultural burg. West Virginia. He received Rose. Johns Jacksonville; a bro- I II In the canes of J. S. Hill Jr. .. equally between I Revenue from the new seventh

it developments In the meth- Industry In the county la reflected his Bachelor's Degree from the';I ther, R. S. Johns, Lake Butler: General George C MIII'ahllll.1 for the use and benefit of Millers I On Monilny, Clerk Thomas turned rent gasoline tax passed by the

of manufacturing. vitreous e- In the fact that a local dealer sold University of West Virginia and 19 grandchildren, and 10 great;I newly appointed president of the I Mutual Fire Insurance All..,. vsQ over $4,400 c.f the Comnils- last I-eglnlnture $103.10000. TT.
el. It Is replacing other makls 14 Farmall cub tractors duringthe his Medical Degree from McGill I grandchildren. :L American National Red Cross, has W. Durden and l Kenneth MHarrlnKton. sloncts' remaining $5,000( to thai('also represents only MO per'cent nf

because of the economy In 1 past six months. Mr. Sewell University, Montreal Canada In I' Funeral services, were conducted[[announced the action of the Board damages $lnno and City of HUrke. The\ haw provides what the. county actually gets from

pse and the ability to obtain said. He also reported that "the 1913. I I I' Sunday morning at 11 o'clock In!' of Governors setting a 19.r>O Cum Kdlth: It. Hill (olrmd by her. hus- that one-half of the lax, money this fund, since the 20 percent I..

llty with a thinner film thus livestock Industry made progress His Internship was spent a t I the Long Bridge Christian Church,. palgn goal( of $67OOO.OOO. After bench J. R. Hill. Jr. Individually, collected. from the road and bridgemaintenance ,given to the county to use as It

rtlng greater flexibility with. and good prices prevailed throughout Jackson Memorial Hospital in ''with Rev. Fred Dodd officiating.]I duly effected economies, In every vs. Burden and Harrington, damages levy within the pleases .
service of the organization as w..11aa $11>,000. Prior to the conskinrutlon. of the
Miami. He had ,
|cracking. It also adds to the the year. Progress' was also two years o i Interment was In the New River, i boundaries of an Incorporatedtown
made In Improved pastures on Increased Navy service In the Pacific Thea.t In Chapter surplus expend! These suits arose ss the result road program the Commissioners
enamel. >shall> Into the treiuurynf
resistance of the
(Cemetery with arrangements un-I go
acreage In Bradford Coun- tre during World War II, and spent ) turps this was deemed a necessary( of an automobile accident near 'I concerned reorganized for the new year bv
the town
Font's new grade of titan. ty", one year In Public Health work In'!'jder the direction of Wilson Fu.neial amount In order for Red Cross to Lawtey Fob II, 1917. The hills. re-electing M. O. Harrcll of Bro"er '(-

dioxide, which has been At the meeting Tuesday the Dallas Texas. He has also had !, Home, Lake City. carryon Its obligations In every charged negligence on the part ofi i mad Therefore., this $ after the county to had the chairman for 1950. Ira Wll 'on

e-marked "TT-PUREE" VG.a resignation of W. L. Wall as a two years of general practice.Dr. I I I Chapter In the United States Its Harrington( who was driving at the I! City of Htiirke lk400 It payment hud only $'100 of South Starke was elected vice

[ chemical purity equal to director was accepted and his son, Musaer Is married and has Floridians Paid Insular Chapters, and the national time an' automobile belonging to left from Its $1O.MM( race track chairman and II. V. Knight w>ireelected "

ent grades. Particles area Harold C. Wall !was elected as a two daughters, Sheryl Jeanne and I Million Internal responsibilities. I his father-in-law O W. Durden payment.The county attorney nml

and the material i Id free- member of the board. Mlchelyn He and his family are I,'I $342 At a recent meeting of the Brad of Putman County. Attorneys for courty had already made county prosecuting attorney. T>*.

Ing. I ving In Keystone. Revenue In 1950 ford County Chapter Jack Tra- I the Hills stated that hft was per. Its payment of approximately W. B. Parks was/ re-elected conn:
wick fund chairman manently Injured and that IIfr.. ty physician while CommissionerR.
rlnclpal advantages are: it Bricks wax appointed 1100 each to the towns of Law-
Call Street
Floridians $342.558,241 In Hill lost her unborn :. L. Crawford was elected to
paid I for the 19.10) drive which will take child as a result -
not stick or ball during drying Warren tey and Hampton.
Being Covered Up Says Welfare Internal revenue to Uncle: Sam place In March and he will announce of the accident.As represent the board on the Community -
: premising or hammerIng I
Clients Should Thank during the last fiscal year, according at an early date the county the trial opened Wm 1':. Canning Committee.
) Is eliminated; handling With New Surfacing Funeral Tuesday Noon Warren
Warren was j-eappointed
to the Florida State cuota and detailed plans for raising attorney for Harrington
Improved: there la'little dustIn Sales Tax Solons made motion courthouse Janitor
a to
The 'ancient bricks of Call St. Chamber of Commerce. !jit. as For Mr. Powell, I
[ A
and Its bulk dens- committee
handling; counsel on the grounds. that he consisting of members -
will be hidden forever from Bradford County This week's business review of The public Is asked to prepareto
reduces required warehouseand soon t 1,10.1: citizens was unable to locate his client and Long Time ResidentMrs. of the City Council the Cltv\
e charge volume. It Is I the light of day as the State Road who received $314,608.44 inj! the State Chamber's) research and give generously In order that also moved for continuance of the Clerk and Mayor J. R. Wnin-

fl S by the Pigments Depart- Department completes Its pro- various types of welfare assia..I 1( industrial division places this the work of the Red Cross may It case. The motion was denied, andIt Laura Ida Powell 90, widowof wright appeared before the Boird

t. ject of resurfacing Call Street from tance during 1949 should ,'aunt at almost twice. the gross val continue In Bradford County. was agreed\ by both sides to Robert S. W. Powell, died Sun asking cooperation In getting the
has established that
the Temple Avenue intersection at prayer and thank O*d" for the ue of the 1948-1949 citrus crop.' already been waive a jury snd let the causes be day morning at her home In Starke State Road Department to wit'...,
than 63 of the
the courthouse to the beginningof fact that Representative J. P.j j The total collected. In Florida more this percent will remain mon..yral..d In the heard and determined by the court. following a lengthy Illness. She State Highway 200 (US. 3'M' )
nppal Saturday the New Blanding highway year born In North Carolina
was on
I Roberts voted for the sales tax., waA\ made of 194,788.024 In t<. be administered by thelocal At the conclusion of the testimony through the city. It was stated
up county
east of the light plant. had been re.ldent
just and October 21, 1H.10. a that a committee representing t" ,
fr Glisson
Chesley according to a radio addreim arguments by the counsel
The Koad Department. is "In"1 by' Individual Income taxes; $70,940- Chapter board for both sides, Judge John A. of Starke for the past 60 city would accompany the Commissioners .
resurfacing portions of State Governor Fuller Warren on December -; O97 In corporation Income and She life member of
hesley A. GHsson 49. died on H. Murphreewho hoard the case!, years was a to Tallahassee Thurs
Road 100 within the city limits. 26. profits taxes; $20,880,700 In employment Deputy CollectorTo the Methodist Church.
S base at took
Uarv In the hospital : I I I them under consideration an>l day.An
Field. Tumps where he had "It would be rever-nt and becoming taxes, and $5&,949.4 Aid Farmers has not yet announced his verdict Surviving are six daughters: application to close three
receiving treatment for the Blood Bank Issues for the 131.141 old folks,,In other types of Internal revenue Mrs. J. H. [Fields and Mrs. P. O streets In Indian Beach was presented -

five months. dependent children and blind such as taxes on liquor, tobacco With Returns TodayNotice Strong Elected Carpenter, both of Starke; Mrs. to the Board and orJe-eJ
Call For Donors'The Head
Harold Ford. Cocoa Mrs. T. G. filed
native of Starke he was the people who received their full assistance uxurle and amusements. Corporation -
i to farmers riling estimated Of Carter, Lulu Mrs. Ida Miner, New
'collec Odd
Fellows ;
I of the late William and :lizh North Florida Blood Bank cheik for December to and employment tax
income tax returns for the and Mrs. Robert E. Tan-
| Crosby GHsson. Survivals art Welt Call Street Is issuing a kneel In prayer and thank Cod for lions) were greater last year than Smyrna; Jan. 1 16 DeadlineFor
calendar year 1919: May Lodge No. 13, I. O. O. F., ner, Baldwin; two sons. Charlie J.
ude three brothers Eldry:: Cal- I call for blood donors aa the supply the courageous and conscientious during the fiscal year ending In
Internal Installed officers for the half Powill and George R. Powell Farm Reports
A deputy collector of first>>
and Marlon Gll .llon. all of :on hand of certain types Is depleted Senators- and Representatives who 194S. .
Revenue will be at the courthouseIn of the new year on Thursday nightof Newton, N. C. 11 grandchrildren
rke: and two sister, Mrs. Sa- at the present time. made possible their full allllla-I How much Floridians pay In Starke on Friday, Jan. 13, from last week. and six, great grandchildren. All practice carried out unr1 'f'
Murrhee, Starke. and Mrs. P. All persons Interested In donatIng lance checks" the Governor addition to the In excise the 1919
above. 9 a.m. until S p.m. to give any Martin Land, outgoing Noble Funeral- services were held In Agricultural Cdllserval'proJtram
Horse Jacksonville. H. was a that
blood are reminded they He then enumerated the amount'' taxes and so-called "hidden" Federal advice or assistance needed No Grand was succeeded by HarleyStrong the Methodist Church! Tuesday afternoon must be reported to the
bet of the Baptist Church. blood In the bank to
can deposit of welfare assistance received by: taxes Is not known. "These charge will be made for this F. In this office. Rex at J-3O: O'clock with the office of County Agent T K. liT!!-

uneral services were held at their own account and then draw clients In each county and said1,I war-time taxes designed to discourage service. Brooklns was Installed aa secretary pastor Rev. J' R 11111. officiating. Cline by Sat., Jan. IS, In order to
graveside In Klngsley Lake out a similar amount of blood of I: business State and Henry L Gatlln. treas Interment was In the family lot get credit for them.
should be the the of
netery Saturday afternoon at the type desired in time of need. {hat thanks given to ir at least two-third yourgross ur..r.The. In Crosby, Luke Cemetery with De- Farmers are reminded that r...-
o'clock be made Senator and-or the Represent-1 Chamber said "are still doing It Income Is derived from farm.
with Rev. Curtis Harofflciatlng. An appointment may
Witt C. Jones In charge of ulatlons prevent any report being
| Arrangements were by phoning 230 or calling by th.1 I!.live In each county who voted for in taking terrible toll from private Ing you may classify yourself asa for Incoming much officers are In planning the- ments. arrange- accepted after January 16 de.dline.orce .

charge of eWktt. C. Jones. ,Blood Street.Bank office on West Call the sales (ax. t I enterprose." I farmer lodge during 1900.progress '


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Bradford d County t Telegraph {l! I W.: W.: Brown Develops A Thriving

fl And Novelties
Business In Plastic Jewelry

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(Maas Matter at the. INwt 45l >8ik. Office al "Starkc' K la.'MEFv3E. often been true in the past, has: Starke 11| '
AOhJ- turned into a small but pleasantand
'l/v taro Burgess Dec ti ty,!'
1950 OHCA.NEA =- profitable business enterprise. Editor Telegraph, ..
; : ? w Located In Starke, at the inter- a I ,u' V Starke, Florida. J
section of Alton Road and Pin
I..NulHHTl-lii. | 112.59 Annunllyh SI. O For' HU' :Months \\Tn-ri-ln welcome In the New ,, I boll the potatoes or use some Street (one block south of the. Dear Sir: #oJ
I Year and note the passing. of the left over ones. Whatever you wantto Plastic' In a recent edition of ur '
Struth home la the Brown
I eager days which! count Into years.. make--but here are the proportions Co., makers' )of fabulously beautiful er, I read In the City ,r}:,Jt
Hold fast to hand, dear : ? notes that the Woman's (i;I b
THOSE "ACRES OF) DlA1IONDR''IoItometimeB I costume jewelry, table lamps,
knocks but 3 cups of cold diced potatoes your fair city was making
opportunity come knocking. They nay It |i heart, weights, book ends- -and a i rlt
: not be true but what Is certainly true Is thatit So, when they must, our fingers 8 hard boiled eggs cut in slices paper Christmas trees. to the Starke Tourist Club t
once. That may or may ? of :2 tablespoons even plastic '
[Make a white sauce their weekly meetings In thman's ,
and opportunity to slip apart I"I fif'rly
dooreven to go out coax I This thriving little industry
to your
pays open And leave no marking on our of butter Club building. Not ()nh
In and'
often appears owned and operated by Mr.
visit It la also true that opportunity I I ,
pay you a memory. :2 tablespoons of flour who here they charging $3 for the use"" a
Mrs. W. W Brown came
strange forms and Badly goes unrecognized. Let us not know the moment. 1 teaspoon salt building each time, but '
fine business half way up a barren mou- I with 1-2 three years ago from Cleveland,
There Is a fellow doing Talk 1 cup canned milk cup also making the
settled because his wife had arthritis. He hall a filling water. Ohio for Mrs. Brown's health. The of $2.50 extra for the
he that
tarn where Let our lips say>words move has worked out perfectly. theJt'"
topping.loat I hide the pain Heat this until thick. Add potatoes Today Mrs. Brown Is in fine each meeting. I
and sliced Let heat the length of the
: Of parting Those handclaspswill eggs. health, they have orders for more
oasis on the mountain. remain thoroughly. Before serving add bout two.hours. '
pUre ha become an work than they can turn out In
The City of Starke during the last war found itself awamped with Palm against palm, together''one half cup grated cheese. This their small plant, and they are A club of this type, of wti1
That brought headaches but It also through eternal years. 'Is very nourishing and quickly am famllar, haa always w
people iiom Camp Bluiuling. :both well satisfied with their new It'
and money. New businesses sprang up. a few ot You see? We need not say fixed. towards the Interest of the
brought business settl\ with tears. All for now, and I am alwaysso ,home.Mr. and I should think that In
with the Camp as the City gradually good-bye 1
which have closed along Brown, who was formerly .
-Ruth Ellen Storey.A for visit with ":' case your Club s
plan happy my you.
back to normal. Many of the strawberry growers who gave up plant manager for W J, Schoen- '
assist In
all know nice New Year and as the Wish I could nee every one !who r every way it cot
of labor are back with their berries. But we I berger, makers of gas appliances '
ing for lack hold fast help build up the Tourist Clu:
eager days slip by, let us reads this and say, "Howdy" and
that standing stilt la not good. and fittings, in Cleveland hit upon stead of trying to kill It
to those we love, and appreciate just give you a big smile and a pat
A* the world changes, so do our nee.da and new opportunity arise them while time lasts It Is so on the back. You are all so dear. his plastic jewelry Idea quite Very truly yours, J

In the last few years washing clothes has become a good business easy to slip into the mood of not : God bless you all, by accident. He maintained a A Would Be Res
In the waning for a few familh, workshop In his home as a hobby,
does, taking
not as the laundress seeing the good and happy things. Love-Lura
and one night while fashioning a CARD OF THANKS ,7
but by machines for hundreds of families. The advent of the trailer We sat up, Don and I to see the
We wish to
headlight for a model train froma express our drX.
business for resort areas. The airplane and new In-: old out. It was such a pleasant -
also created new year Deeds RecordedDeeds
pelce of scrap plastic, his drill appreciation to our many fi,)\,
also launched a new way of making a living.It quiet evening. We listened to
ectlcldrs have
slipped and he was intrigued by for their words and deeds of Ib
Is well for Bradford County to court industry1outslda the state, the raldo and ate the Christina. : recently recorded in the the pattern made by the sharp Instrument pathy, and, for the .beautiful i t

but it can develop things that it already has. Our strawberries are I candy that was left. We did not' i court house were: as It dug into the plastic.He sky ,w. hAt offerings at the death of ours

hipped over a wide part of the country; why not preserve our to. have a death over the holidays, so Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Sword of decided to experiment! '! with an- 9 .l -9 M 1 ed one.- Mrs. Polly Fredrlci<,J

rlpp-for-shlpplng fruit and ship that too? Such an enterprise has I felt so happy and and washed free. again I got,up so Russot County, Va: and George other type drill, one with a sharp eMI Winslow, Jr. and Mr. and

often started In a kitchen to become a million dollar bualness. Vermont : -1 early Monday usual W. Cheshler of Starke. S 1-2 of cutting edge, and wall amazed to John F. Fredrlcksson, and .7 j
we had our day together as
maple syrup, or what passes for It, is known over the United' How good It .Is" to have a hcfme and the SE 1-4 of sec 33, twp. 6 S, find that beautiful, flower-like designs Jr. and family., I
better on. pancakes, 22 E. could be cut into a cube of
States We think our cane syrup Is as good or companionship. To know that range
taste. Mr. and Mrs plastic, giving the realistic effect '. Brown Is' In hia \vuere_ lie. tlrllln (I,
and it is not necessarily a Southern someone depends on you and that Charles H. Wolfof lop, W pictured worKMnvp a
There are many opportunities lying at our feet and the people .who you are necessary for someone' Duval County, Fla. and Mr. af. a flower embedded in clear, beautiful. floral designs Into plastic jewelry and no\eHl. Lower photo -I'.FREE !1:1I :

will profit by them are the people who will search them out and put happiness Yes, life can be good and Mrs. Harvey H. Harris of white plastic shows few of the Itfinn fashioned from plastic by Mr. Brown and For Prompt FREE Renu, ,
and being a decent God-fearing [Jacksonville. S 100 ft. of the N Fascinated by the possibilities, wife.
them to I
use '
1 'citizen Is the beat life one can leadIn 201 ft. of lot 25, unit 3 of Indian he continued to drill-carve until of Dead, Crippled, & Wor'Pm,

I'LORIDA SETS GOOD KXAMM.K': wonderful America. Beach sub-division. he developed the amazing tech- less Cattle, Horses, i l\luler

The !State of Florida. is demonstrating that It Intends to plan Its Mr. and Mrs W. H. Newsome of nique which enables him to reproduce patterns are the most popular. &
:: We have had below zero weather Hogs Ia
Mr' Brown also does store displays -
future without running to the Federal government for help, The wind blew hard and Starke and Mr and Mrs Leo C. the most Intricate and
Florida wants Industries and payrolls which are suited to Its re- made the cold disagreeable. A Champion of Tulsa Okla. W 1-2 of delicate flower patterns inside a and fittings, and Christmas Call 132, Stark
to the state's economic I the SE 1-4 of sec. 23, twp. 6 S, piece of plastic In a matter of a year ttgo fashioned some beauti-
sources. Years of just talking about adding Industry still cold of 10 below zero Un't bad ful Christmas trees fora WE ALWAYS COME: !
minutes. After he has finished the all-plastic
foundation of agriculture and tourist trade has ended, and act- At all. We have several Inches of range 22 E. Also W 1-2 of the
carving that Is when Mrs. leading Jacksonville clothing Florida RendererINC.
NE quarter of sec. 26, twp. 6 S, process;
named Florida the ground now and it is
Fuller Warren has a snow on Istore.
Oovernor used the store
ion begun. 22 E. Brown steps In and demonstrates These .were by 4
Development Council, made up of nine top-flight, practical businessmen Just 32 degrees. The sun Is shiningso range her artistry by applying colors 1 again thla season and Mr. Brown I I ;:
them with the bright on the white world. Joyce T. Futch of Starke and I I I
and the heads of seven state agencies. He charged with a hypodermic needle to the believes there will be a growingdemand
not Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Teston of Law-
Days are so short, we do get
of "getting desirable Industrial payrolls. carved-out flower Inside the for plastic displays of thistype. '
responsibility up early. I seem to feel a sort of tey. SW quarter of the SW quarter -
disregard of political and< tic. The ultimate result Is I jiewtare
formed with complete one
The Council was holiday air yet, as I am not work- of see 22, twp. S S, range 22 PlaS-1 Cough
juttluan. considerations It will function independently of the state Ing hard. Just do the neccessury E. beggars description and Although they havo no salesmen 1

government It will not seek the "smoke stack" type of industry, all things! about the house and cook Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cloer of "oik must be seen to be on the road at the present time, From Common Coii!
One of
those( would not be suited to Florida. As an example of the desired good things to eat. Willie bird Is' County, Fla. and Mr. and Mrs. J. the newest and most the Browns find a ready marketfor
popular items being made by t"i That HANG ON r
type, .the manufacture of watches and other precision instruments singing/ me a Bong. Digger/ ha C. Buckles of Bradford County. Browns is their orchid night light everything they can producein I

has been cited, along with fabrics, clothing, food-processing, etc. been, begging me to take him fora NE cor. of the NE quarter of the which consists of a flower carved gift stores In Detroit and Ann Creomulsion relieves promptly been,)/
Florida, of Its own volition, and with its own resources is displaying walk In this lovely sunshine. NE quarter of sec, 34, twp. 6 S, inside il ROC right to the seat of the trncri1t
a piece of clear plastic and Arbor Mich., Tennessee, California -
and labor in the fields when When I get this typed 1 shall take range 22 E. to help loosen and expel germ l.oC1
its opportunities to both industry I'I'Mr. 'mounted on a base Inside whichIs New York, and various pointsin The iiniiHiial Christmas tree pictured phlegm and aid nature to soothe 'VI
they can make use of Its sepclal advantages This Is a highly refreshing him out and mall this. and Mrs. F. W. Hall of Putnam I a concealed light. As light pass- Florida. They are now conclud- alcove fashioned entirely heal raw tender inflamed brunch,

spectacle-and it Is a far cry from the type of thinking which asks My youngest sister and family County and E. M. Pope of !>s through plastic, and will even ing arrangments to place their from ,plastic by Mr. Brown and li. mucous membranes.Tell your dnie>b,

the Federal government and all the taxpayers to step In and foot the and my youngest brother and family Jacksonville. Tracts 10 and 20 of I follow' it around a curve, the items in South America and 'anticipate one of several, he has made for a to tell you s bottle ol Creomulu"
spent Christmas in Florida. Pumpkin Patch In the SE cor of I carved: .. with" the undemanding you must I 1\
bill when state or a town wants something. Florida Is showing the flower gives off a glowvhen a heavy demand from this leading Jacksonville clothing litO.. {
a They all went to Miami and some sec. 27, twp. 8 S, range 22 E. the base light la turned the way it quickly allays the cup/
American to get things on, new untapped field.
and the typically .
have h ;
nation the right way or vim ire to your money
went to Key West. They have Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sparks of making I a very unusal effect. There: Visitors are always welcome at richly reward anyone who has an '

done. written me how beautiful the flowers Starke and Mr. and Mrs. D. L 'I amps can be made up featuring the Brown home and workshop eye for beauty and an interest In CREOMULSIOI.r !

: THAT'S \VIIEHF MV MONEY': GOES! and fruit on the trees, and the Thomas of Starke. Lots 3 and 4 ol any flower, but the lovely orchid and a few minutes spent there will the. unusual. .: :vQUjM ChejtColds-Bronchr

Remember the plaintive ditty of years ago? Today the taxpayer delightful warm weather. WellH I block 1 Wynn's addition t"II ,! ,
Commission on am used to the cold now so- rather 1 Starke In the NW quarter of__ the I .
when he reads the Hoover Report I
a sad Inquiry
enjoy my winter here In Nebraska. SW quarter of sec. 211, twp. 6 S,
."where the money goes.! Some day no doubt I shall return. range 22 E.

The Hoover Commission Report makes interesting reading, though I Been so happy over letters re J. M. ALVAREZ 56th ANNIVERSARY!

it's apt to make the taxpayer tear his hair, gnash his teeth and (we ceived. One from my son's wife NOTICE

hope) ,write his Congressman. Listen to some of the facts about how I Rachel who says they had such a Watch for opening of dancing-

is : nice Christmas. and have i.school. Full
your tax money spent a new particulars In next
That penny postcard you sent yesterday cost your government\ two Chevrolet sedan, gray with a blue we..k' pllper, Tap, acrobatic. ballet DAYS ONLY

and a half cents to print and deliver. I top. They live in a new house out and ballroom will be taught. Ii/' } '

Those 84.00O books, on all soils of subjects, printed by the n"Uonslgov..rnment In the country. They have. a bathand ,(Adv.jHOWARD'S)

lust year are paid for out of your pocket. Here are some I furnace and things so nl'// 8 FRIDAY, JANUARY 13th THRU t ,

of the titles: How to trap cats, how to get rid of bats in belfries, rec- and This makes happy. any My mother son was so gone -.. ----. .-'- -, -"- SATURDAY, JANUARY 21st, 1950 ..6

ipes for frying muskrats In wine, how to tell th$ BOX of a watermel'l 1
overseas two years and I so often; -<
on. the love life of the trsig and Moby Dick. A postcard ,despaired when battles were rng-

you a complete library If you care for that kind of reading. I log! that he would ever return TAKI ADVANTAGE NOW. ,
The Hoover Commission unearthed the facts about these literary God has been good( I

gems and discovered that not only Is a tremendous amount of money I HELPFUL HINTS. If one fills. I IYRLSCRI SALE LASTS ONLY 8 DAYS !

being spent on publication of such material but that taxpayers are pot holders with wool material; I a. U.E;

also paying for research on these subjects. For Instance, over 1,001) I find they tin. rot heat thru sc add 5

square feet of filing space In Washington Is devoted to statistics easily. Any woolen blanket scrap, We Have Now and Save
One Sale Year !
dealing with the report on sex: of the watermelon. ;wool socks or sweaters can be mo- Only a Buy
ed for padding. Try using those
were found to be carrying Inventories on vast mianiltle -
Many blue flukes to put In the) wash
: of suprlles that no one has ever been! able to locate. What be- water. They really make clothes I For 8 Reduced
Days Only All Men's Suits $10
but Then there Is thearmy's
:ame of them Is anybody's guess, they're gone. I white and do not need bluing in per
for $10,200.000 for modernizing M-26 tanks that it
request the rinse

doesn't have. Another request was for funds to build 010 five-room I CLAY HILL.water. School has begun Call on u* for reliable drug Suit. Buy NOW and SAVE Cash Sale OnlySanforized

houses in Alaska costing 98,250 each. again, and I am going to send the
them add to one thingthere's children that I and health need at worthwhile
All of such items, hundreds of up some magazines/

a mighty big hole in Mr. Taxpayer's pocket, through which some four received from Australia tI planto a\lng. \Ve pride ourselves. on Blue Chambray SPECIAL GROUP MEN'S All Our Western Clothing

billions of dollars- per year Is being drained into waste, duplicationand Ing forward or Margarette them to Dorthy Wilkinson Mann-as the scrupulous exactness which SHIRTS were 1.35 Coats and Boots-HALF PRICE!
Suits &
inefficiency. Sport t
In the grades. REDUCED TO 95c
they are highest
All of us probably realized vaguely that there was waste and Inefficiency goes Into every single prescription ,
Then they can use them In the 13.50 Shirts NOW 6.75
but until the Hoover Commission -
In the national government of Australia. I am hopingto we fill.
Report was Issued, the magnitude of the waste. was not fully study hear from some of the childrennow Men's 8 oz. Sanforized 50 Percent OFF 4.95 Shirts NOW 2.45

revealed. that the holidays are over. PHONE: 79 OVERALLS These Suits Were $37.50

The Hoover commlslon was appointed frnm both political parties Had a card from Germany today; Tempts Avenue Slarke Fla. Sale Price ALL Our Florsheim SHOES
and was headed by Herbert Hoover, the one man uniquely fitted by a woman and family who Is a dis- Only 2.25 NOW $18J75All

experience! and ability to head such a probe. There are 21 research placed person from Bavaria livingin 13.46 (plus tax)

committees established by the Commission, working for 10 to II our Bone in Germany. At one Men's 8 oz. Sanforized

months on the Job. They brought in a specific blueprint for far- time she and husband husband owned a nice DUNGAREES 1.65 Pr. All Regular Sanforized
320 acre farm: The was
reforms and recommended reorganization or elimination of I
killed and she and the nine child- WORK TROUSERS
many bureaus, board and agencies.The 1 made to leave home Shoes
ren were by Repaired Coats Best Grade
Commission's report drives home the point that If we are to the Russians. Now with the Kuan That Sold at 2.95

I IlIIIve effective, efficient government something. must be done. We lans taking Formosa any day we REDUCED ONE-THIRD Merchandise GOING AT .. 2.25

:an't just talk about It and hope something will be done. Talk and must needs pray harder for peace.I WHILE-U-WA1T. Not Mentioned In This While They Last!

1op will\ not counteract employees who devote their time and activities had asked our Methodist All Jackets Half Price Ad Will Be Sold At ALTERATIONS FREE !

to propaganda whose purpose Is to Influence public thinking here to Bend me a prayer, mlnlBt..1 10 Percent Reduction
Wool & Zelan I
she has been too busy
&congressional The U. S. Junior legislation.Chamber of Commerce Is one organization that ings and services of all nature to II New Low Prices! 1 During This i Special Group All Wool

hopes to do something through Its new project called "Operation send me one. They have new' All BOOTS One-Third'Off! SALECASH MEN'S TROUSERS
chimes a t the church and New
The basic goal Is to get at least 10 per cent of the residents Half Sole' That
Economy. Years Eve they rang! out so very Except Cowboy Boots ONLY Sold After the War for 10.95
I Ie 50
of each community to write letters to congressmen! or the president $
beautiful the hill (Men's)
Commission's over tops proclaiming AND THEY ARE Letting Go at 2.95 a pair !
in support of the findings.
the birth of a New Year.I .
Maybe the Jaycees have got something there. And a >Helping> hand shall send another prayer of my ONE-HALF OFF ALTERATIONS FREE !

1 in such a worthy cause might not be amiss. It's everybody's job and own. 'I Half Roles $ 00 _

everybody can help! Oh, merciful Father hear our (Women's, ) 1. All Wool & Part Wool Men's Cotton & Wool

Sunshine Service News prayers. We feel son helplewi ''a*
private citizens to atop the flow! 50-pct. off Boys : ROBES

of aggression and words of hate Ladies Lifts 25c up Best Grade OVERALLS NOW 50 PERCENT OFF !1BlUr

that flow from these who

.FOR EXPERT WASHING our freedom and way of oppose life. I SHOES SHINEDAT NOW ANDSAVESaveSAVE 1's to 10's .9512's Special LotMEN'S
Show what to do Oh
us God.
: to 16' 1.45
Make us strong In our convictions I -

POLISHING GREASINGTIRES for freedom and right. Keep us These Overalls Have Sold As High Were To 8.95
sincere and humble with great 2.85!
love in our hearts for all humanity.: STARKESHOE ALL ARROW SHIRTSAs NOW For 8 Days Only -

BATTERIES Take us by the hand and lead us l\Ien.s.l.on Winter Weight 2.95-

TUBES God, to days of peace and under.1 10 PERCENT OFF UNDERWEAR, 1.45 Suit! Long Sleeves-Part Wool Gabs.
standing. O, please touch'the: REPAIR
PURE OIL PRODUCTS hearts of those who would drag Us -
Into another war. Stop them Fa-
ther. Thou alone can do ali 6i. F. Hudson, ProprietorS J. M. ALVAREZ STORE EST.

SEE THE AUTO FOUNTAINMadison things.I feel In better Jesus now.name.Please Amen.read I Ar corm Park Theatre i 1894

this aloud -all of i
you. -
& Walnut Streets Starke Fla. '
: Try this recipe for an easy supper .. -- .

: Creamed Potatoes and Eggs. t t

j jJAN

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visited Mr. andMrs. Carl An Clerk of .Mulct< Telegraph shall publish thla Ordor I would bind the naid Roy VlnHon. n. Hnven Crosby I) (',
,ness and will be able to come home 'next regular meeting which will Nichols Py Haven Cro.l>y, I). t*. In nest four weekly iMaueiivttn Morgan. and Flonnin Mne .MorKnnao J. C Adklnn. -- .t. C. Adklnl, Jfnalnenvill ..
from Glendale Hospital. Palatka. be held Tuesday afternoon Feb Jones Sunday. T. Frank r.nndruni, Utaik. *. court'l *\ ..a my hiind nnd ofticiitis.iii .. that iiruceHH. cannot be nerved *, Florida. Ait "r1" forPetition
Florida this !> > themIt
1.11 at' Hiurke upon
Ally fort\
LEVEL some time this week. Rev. Bennett ruary 7, at the home of Mrs. T. Earl Snarling and his mother. vmher S3. 1949.OFKlOlAt. ,la, therefote. ordered. that 'the 11-23 41 1-1S r.

of Beaver Street Baptist W. Markey.Mr. Mra. Kate Starling, and Mrs. Ray ... rirenlt ('..... Hrailfard (..B..T. ( SKAI.) A. J. ThomaaAM said Itoy \'I noai Morgan anil 1 Floiinl -

IJ_Mm.! II._ M. MeRae Church filled Ihe pulpit for him at and Mrs. Mike Tilghman Hines spent New Year'a Eve in I Jean Inrldm Holomon.In nnnwrr.t'lHlntlff. v. JackHfilonion. ICy Haven (' clerk, D of C.ChurleH mild. Court .appear Mae Mnrican In until. are rauew herphy nn ,01 rquireitto beforethe. BEST YOU

Pine Level Sunday morning and Longwood and Orlando visiting: rivfvndant. CAH Xo 7V79.Writer It Heim, 3o4-OS annmnty 6th' ilikv. of February, A I 1) .19M.olherwlHv .
and children visited Miss Mary Life' .liuildinir I I Jitikitonvllle I i Flfiildn' ,
o( Fublletttlon An l 5..IIS.! 'Ic allegation" .r nld
EZ-LANGLEY evening.Mrs. Mott sunday morning. friends and relatives.We : A....... ...... mff .'1..1". T., Atl> for I'll1, 12-30 41 1-XO p..tltI..n.111. bit taken an confeimeUIt EVER ATE
Margie Louise Langley W. M. Burney Mrs. L. L are glad to welcome Mr. JHI'k Suloinun. who r..md .iif. and la finther, ordered Mint. this SOME 1tHIR
Mr. and Mra. J. N. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott visited I, nddrewM I IH. "."t;5 (*ote Ht., I'atlierlne I TCIIOM. IT Mil t'4ellt" order lie tmbllKhid. I oiu : of Crawford and son, DeVVItt. Miss of and Mrs. Lonnie Melton of Waldo H...... X. Id Montrral Quebec TAKK: M1TICH: THAT a 1948 HlltekSeilHn for four ..........111 Iv" 'v.'"k. I In t theItradford .... .:&.1
of Starke. and Herbertson Ida Burney, and Miss Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. Hemp Connely who have moved on to the Popajpl I Ia fnnudn. I KiiKlnM. No 4S4lo t7 with .anapiiralMed "County TelariiI|' anawspitPcr
Mr. and Mrs. Brit. Ocala Sunday. You arc required to appear on Value of 14110( ( 00. waa ael of .irenerul I I h, > ,iilntlunptibllMheil I CRISP-TENDER
Crawford were recent visitors of I ce, I "...h..n"llh.. I St.O. In the nbovennnivd ...d 1 In lralfotd Cntinty:: KlurldH, I In I'THdfuril c"uiitFlor' "UCIOUS;
irez were united In mar- Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae.RISING Mrs. Lottie Edwards. spent the Those who were visiting Mr1 and Court nnd cause, wlierrinlilnlntlff on <1<,toher 10. 1949 for being lIMed Id..
afternoon at the latter of last week with Mrs. ) a' ka dlvorex I H mil ford In vlolullon of (' .tei. Hl'OH'l.! I.nunof l hated 'thin I6h( day of | i. nil. a. JOII.Y
nturday part Mrs. Noah Jackson Sunday were I Cnumy Telewraph: shall ptiMUli, this I Florida' Act. of IMS. uilil thnt A I' 11149OI"Fit'iAt. POPCORN
Rev. Lee of Starke in the ,G. B. Miller of Jacksonville due Mr. and Mrs. Posey of Glen St. Order In next four weekly lmii.,a.I I It la the Intention of l.ewln !MKrhntt. ( MKAI.) A I 'IMiotnllf, !'IIE
and : \\ltneHa my hand and offlclnl treftor.. Htat Heverairer I cifi,'k of cui\ ,nit I '.""'1 I
few relatives to Illness.
of a Mary Mr and Mrs. John McKinney ..*.al.I l Ntnrko, Kloildn, this Januury >eiartnient| of Flea Ida, to Nell the tViKlfftd, a'"tint i FiaiI'ialii, '
We wish them much hapIr. of 4. IKftO above dencrlhed In front --------
I Mr. and Mrs Bill Plasters Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Young- propertY .
OFFICIAL SEAL) J. ThomaiA ., lloiine, 445.5i -
and Mrs. Alvtfrez will A. r 'tlin Krndfnrd County Court
By :Mrs. Kilward Norman Jacksonville visited her parents blood of Waldo and J. W. Jackson Clerk of geld (Court stark. Floiida on Januury in, ISM',
elr home In Starke. 'Mr. and Mrs. Norman Parrish last of Hampton.Joh Hv Haven Cro"hy. I> tT \ nl IO'AO A :M. to the hlKhevtHml bent.

weekend. I McKlnney and son J. D., KTank Lnndrutn, Starke,.Florida 41ZT: : bI0l1lo. ofKlorldil From where I Sit / Joe Marsh
Greek of the Johnstown Friends will regret to learn that I Ally for Plf l- 'I'll. State Ueverate !Hepnrtnient ; .. ./
Mr. and Mrs. Hcrnhel. were In Waldo Saturday afternoonon reiiervea th" Hull to reject
Church had seven candi- Al Griffith is In Shadycrext Hos- I' Lnyfleld I. Irrult Court llrndtanl ('......,. allY and alt hula _
r Baptlsm. at Pine Level and children of Gainesville visitedMr. business I KUirldni In < hanerr. All pervona. clnlmltiK nov right: or
pital with pneumonia. We all and Mrs. N. C. Mott Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mra. P. O. Starling were I I I'eler, I l.lvlillnl I Plaintiff. i i vs.. lea h.-l Interest In or to anld properly or
Sunday afternoon wlnh him a l.lMdlnl. l >.efendllllt, ('..... No ', ttNtl. thereof are hereby re
hear that Eloise speedy recovery.Mrs. and Mrs. Max Lewis of Jacksonville visitors to Starke Saturday. COder .tf l.....lIrA..lon Mnilotle. 4. rr.sar appear nnd to makalultn Why Scoop No Longer
,e glad to S. R. Clark has also bi-en I I C piles, ortlM. "!-. I.' ."HII> C t..l <' within I i I Ihh'Iy01 I ; ( ilaym from(
i home BRitln after IIpenI-1, visited Mr. and Mrs. E. J. sun> OF i 1.,10..1 I I l.ividinl I I I whim. ,leeldeii. i* midlul.lr. the dntu of the flrntptilittcitt
Glendale Hcm- (confined to her bed for two weeks Lewis' and family Sunday THINKS .". I IK lull:\i l East :ni l si l Street. ( Ion or, ;''.st I n"IC of Works Here
ral days In ,, ,,,' Ho't inn 7,
',ut Is better 'I We wish to extend our heart llronxe\\' York t IhlN n..II lee 11 H | 1011..1 by
Mutka.&id Mr. and Mrs C C. Deei"e and You are reiiulrml In appear on ('''''..I'r J''fltl'.l.! l I..tUH of Florida,
Mr. and Mrs. Barnes I felt thanks to the many neighborsand F.-liriuirsth. I""611, In the ii l>ovntiHtueit Ana of 1945. In the Stale lleviiniicelieiuirl
Mrs. Robert Tayior and : Tommy I children of Branford visited !Mr. friends who t'ouit ii iiI euuf. #, v herein ( ment of Florldn, I'llllilhnnttee.Klttrldit. I. ns a friendly darn if ha didn't: run and Belected '
Wake paid
mi !! .
Chsrlene of Olutee Shave moved into the little house I and Mrs. O. W Barry Sunday.Mrs. kindly BJ.< II"t.i plulnllff. .....k. ihvorrv Uradfordfo ( or nil Mile h "itvhia. Hinl, in.crest Scoop ihtrifl Aims//
t1*, I ad us during the) Illness. anal, ,,TeleKrnpli" nhull i.iibiish' thlaOlder ( In and to enltl' property shall. rail at the Clarion' office laHfweckand
wilting Mrs. Taylor's pareflteend. of Jack Underbill's. We welcome G. B. Miller of JacksonvilleIs lit next four: weeKlv: IHHIIUMVttuetH oeHMend. terilllnnleb" about when he From where' I sit, we should *nd
them to lof our beloved husband, and \ hnnd .1! orflelHl. Kent' I "I lii M. H''liolt' nil-eitor we were talking.
inv HIM
our community. 'I
spending this week hole with I ; talk
I ; i to
Ntatt* HeveiHKe, ibq.al'tIui.iltI the facts before we try
, father; for the floral offerings | at Htnrke. Klorltla ttili Jntutary. was. a reporter here. out
ad Mrs.'i:. Myrick of Mr. and Mrs. Thurinan Jones her mother Mrs. Lottie Edwards; I 4, lfttOKKHMAI. I I 11-23 4t 1-13 When w. do,w.'u
''due to lllnesH gifts, card of sympathy and' ) III>:: \T.) A .1' Thomax ,I : "Remember how mad I !got when about anything.
|e and Mrs. Sue Myrlrkphurrh fInd cons have returned to their to Rev. Hill A. L'leik of ald. Court, I II. "O'I'U i.;TII ti'i'i.: 611 that Incline] to be mar tolerant. .0
thoughtful writing :
: services here Sun- home In Umatilla after spending I' Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Green and I gestures!!!: I.\\ !lln\! 1'ronhv.I r> I I"; 'I To: Roy \IIIMOII I MoiKun W hoes nddieim I found out you were to understand a llttl.
and DeWitt C. JonesMrs.. Alberta i"i'ii' n k"t.I nil vu in. HUiiki'a FlorldiiAttv '> la unknown. Htid:: lOoiiHltf. MHloiKnn ; election story right\ from your were apt
were dinner Clients of the holidays with their parents children visited her parents Mr. for .pif. t-II 4t I.n .) whoH .niUlrefH In unknown. i more about the other fellow' preference .
TMrs. Robert Myrick.d Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman.Mr and Mrs. J. B. Hardee of LaCrosse i I Richards. Dennis and, Tim- I \> herelin. It r. hv verified desk?" I asked him. "And how I candle
othy.In I. Circuit ( ourlirI lord C.......,., petition filed I In"Ilh;i eertnln ciuii-e, and learn what: for say, hU political
]\frl!. A. J, Fender and and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas. I. Sunday. 5',..rile, In I hili'''.'''. now pendlnir lit the clrrtilt Court I made you get out date or for a temperate! gISPI! ..
Kd.lie K. Vnlleiy. IMnint' ?, vit Mnry f the Judleliil' I'lrriilt of sheriff's was all about
the Mr. and Mrs. Alex' Williams of KlKlith ii Job
joyed cane grindingme and children of Brooker were vis I rlrmlt Court. nmdfonl ti. Vnlleiy; liefviiditnt: ; tHaS No. T6M2.Order Florida I In und for ilred ford t'oiintv beer. now and then. I say. if jrodon't !
| of Mr. and Mrs. Marker king :Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner -' Jacksonville visited her parents ...1..1.... In I tmnrvrr..l..i. ..f Puhllrittlon ..",. %..tli-e t* Florida .In Chnm-ery wherein "I lure do. Joe," said Scoop. tripped doa'
want to get up
.1.l .1. II. IMulniirf, v. ... '.. I
) .
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green lustweekend \pp. N r % : UK I"S.hlIlllC tol Chive M. Klttler for the ml option for teaching n 10
Friday night. last weekend. KDIN: $ hayes, l.<*r."mlHnt. Mary ti "alh"y, wht..tf rmUleni'. : of Itetlnt: Mae Moman. that want to thank you lesp to conclusions I
I Hal! and lIOn, James of 18711. and nildrenn, la ,''tre llm.d t'wtnp the ail ltd hail. Mike Morgan IH the the 'hat-Hick'-putting on my hat
Mrs. Underbill of Starke
3a. visited his counin Rev. Margie Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Compo hnvereturned l>r .'. a'reu'.2 Of' flOIIII teiMtirv I II. and finding out the ,
visited her son and daughterinlaw ; are reiiulred tit Ml>|iear on and Flnnale Mue Morvnll (
|all. at Glendale Hospitala from Pincville fbi aftera nilln Haves, whose ro.Ideute I "',..I""RryII' h, I Idfifl In the iIutsnanapit unit thm the t>lac.. a..r lenldeni-e nndnddreen Then we both had, a good laugh 80e7i .
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Under few days employment thi-re t In Fair Illuff North farollnn: Court and calico wherein of the anlil. Roy Vln..niiMorwan
You are .qulr.d to appear on plnlntlff. neeka illvi.roFVadford and Floanl Ma. Mornnn becauae he found out so much that
d Mrs. J. E. Murrhee and bill. Sunday evening. I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmons of Fell. fil h. 1950, In the above named I'flint) Tuleirralih. Khnll. itill lltilt this lira unkno"n to petitioner And thattherw
|ard Hall of Milliard were Leon Conner who has been on Monteoche visited her parents' Court.. ami eauno. whiroln plaintiff. flriler' In bust four a ....141" l".ueMVltnena In no pefMon or petnona I in ttieHtati VnilrJ Slain Breitrri Fountatia
-'eti. itlvorm Hritttford COllntyT..I0..rnllh \ mv hand and, official of Florldn thn service of n l' p"i/II.19O./
lev. and Mrs. Hall over our nick ftxt. for a week Is betterat -: : Mr and Mrs. N. C. Mott last shall publish thin Order Hellllli I Stnrke,' Florldtt tile. January wummoni In chanrery. on whom

(end. We are glad to know thin writing. I weekend.Mr. In\tifKt, ..fifi fiiur mv weekly hnntl. and InittifH.Vltn official. .Spa) 6.( t'l'iOOFKICIAI.'! N :.H.. \ .I Thomaa. I Hi .I
Edward Hall is so muchIn Those who were New Year's :! and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas at* Clarke, Klorldn. (hip Drrnmber An Clerk, ..f onlil, Court
and children of LaCrosse SI. l M-9. Hv haven (CroHhv ri C I
health and can be at guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward visited (OFFICIAL. HE A I,) A.1.; TbornanAfl ('hA'I... It. lle.... 11140n..rAn'y/
sin with his parents after Norman were Mrs. Rachel Green Mr. and Mrs. Emery Lewis Sun- ClMrk of cold Cniirt I.lfe I iiuiid bar, Jack unIII *. Florida
Bv IInv n r-ronby, D. C" ,. Ally for Pit. l-. 4t 1J7In How would like to have the
I several weeks In the hoa- you
and, daughter Nellie. and grandson. day.Reed Ally for Plf 1-S
Clyde; Viola Leola. Mary' after Lewis has returned home In Circuit Court._. ..... d Mrs. F. P. Jones of Ft. spending a few dAYS with .'lrld.i In f Imnrvrr.Jpnn FLORIDA
and Ronnie Jones all of Brooker; Sally 1-ledeniann.' I'liilntKT va. Al-
yere guests of Mr. and Mr. and I\Ir8. Paul Faulkner of Kmnitra Atvlem'm.. T'lnliltln. va. berl >l Tiedemuiin Iiefetidrint. CaM
Mr. and Mm. Edward Robinson Starke. I James t'hrlHtophvr Bow li'p Anii.rHon. No 7H01Order electric bill?
J. Fender Monday. '..., 7A76. pay your
1..r..nd..lIl. ( No ,
etlrC l toAnpenr.
pf this section who attend- and (tons. of Dundee. Mrs. Ra..h..1Creen Mrs. R. E. Hazen visited! her sis CUrdS <>r 1-ut.llrntl.iit .ntl N... .
Irthday dinner given in and daughter: Nellie and ter Mrs. C. J. Strickland of LaCrosse !i .......ChrlHtoth.T"TH OP }\"">w."tllI"!,'" And V .tolJ4tnen rni If Tledeninnn wh.| .H.. reMIdence If you art Mr. Aitragt' Rnitftntial Cmtomtr

Earl Goodman at hist Mrs. (OertM Jon>... .nil\ of Brooker Sunday, afternoon. |I ..< whose. rvtildenee nnd nddr.aaIn You IH are unknown required: In m
Sunday were: Mr. and visited the Normans Sunday G. W. Hazen has returned home unknown: 3nth, 19&0. In the nbov .,
You am required 1.et appear on1 1 I named Court and enuao. wherein
J. Fender and family. Mrs. evening. after a few dAYs visit with his two Ffh, 6th. Iflfttl.;: in alloy* named aeeka dlvoren Itrndford The Common Stock of the FLORIDA POWER* LIGHT COMPANY It'' Ii.

'all. and Mr.\ and Mrs. J. I nom, F. J. Hazen of Plant City Oourt( divorce and cause Ac. restoration, Wherein. plnlntlfffttekii of maiden I I Ordor Plaintiff In Telonruph n.xt four shell", ."kly publish. iKBiien this is currently paying dividend. >t the annual me of $1.20 per tharc. 11

hee and son, Edward Hall and H. S. Hazen of Center Hill. ....m... Ilradriiril County Witness mv hnnd and' nfftelnlHeal chit dividend rice .would provide in :" ,
from ihiirci (
d. Mrs. Odessa Halt and children' Tolegrraph shall publmh thin. OrderIn nt Stnrke, Florldn' -I hla Oerenihi.r The income 50 TSmitli .
next four weakly |I..u.*N.WltneiiK 211. lharet of thil Mock II the
194ft To SO
Frankie and Betty Clem-) BROOKER of Jacksonville viMted her parents I, my hnnrt and nfflrlnl I (O 'I'IAI. K1t "I.I A J Thmiiaa income of S6O per year. purchase
Valdo were visiting Mrs. Mr and Mrs. C. S. Kelley recently. seal At .stnrkn.. Florida Ihl.I.I eecmbrr -'I Ail (''..rk nr *>ild, Court price prevailing today will coat you approximately JtOOO.
39, 1049KIKKIOIAI.
Miw Lewle Bv unVeil I'ro..hy. TI CJohn
dcRae Saturday.d I i HBA:: !.) A. 1 ThnmaftAH J Hendemon Han.: 4122 To|. .will
Mrs. A. F. Hall and Mr. and Mrs. '1'. W Markey visited | (').'rk "f "ald Court ,i I nnlnl Ave. t ikenhore; ,l;,.'ks.flVIIi.t Your own banker or invettmcnc dealer or our rrprcienuiivei
Ti. r
Iy Hnvsn! r-ronhy 1 11-JO' 4t I-20IC
for Pit k.I .
ere visitors here Friday HOME: DEMONSTRATIONCLUB Mr .and Mrs. J. K. Douglas! A. J' ThonmH, Jr. R''k.s' Klni l.ln. Ally be gljj to inform you about the lIo

!Starke': Ally for 1'lf 4t 1.17 ... ... '.. .
Saturday. MKETING: 101 Wednesday afternoon II \ 4 Irenlt Court.. ".U. l ( unIC

'C glud.to know that our The regular monthly meeting: of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brown of I In' Circuit In Court Chnnrrry.llrniir.iril ('..uiityr'forldni ThomHK Klnrldni.. In II. .Jacks bnnerrr,. Pliiltillff. vaKtheV I The First Boston Corporation Karncv' & Co.

ev. W K. Hall In. much the Brooker Home Demonstration I Putnam Hall visited. Mrs. Mary Kenneth I". Curler, I'liilntlfr, ", Vs.ionnH. Weaver Jueknnn I !rnntlnnt

i after. $..evera| days' ill- I Club was held Friday afternoon L. CVtocn Wednesday j I Carter, Defendant CUHO No. (Order CIIH .No of, THAT.I'nblleatlon. Ai.lle. to 647 INGRAHAM BLDG. MIAMI FLORIDA

I January 6, at the Community Cen Mr. and Mrs Gene Ellis and 7C.M1 u...... or I'llhllentlon end n..(ler t*I apace NrtTK III' nollttlt. l.;.lMihel ,
children, of Worthlngtoa: Springs; I S penr OTATH IK KlOlflllt tnllionna I Weaver Jackson, v> hone nil.denee TELEPHONES MIAMI 9-6635 and 9-6710
18 ter.The I Cutter, whose renlilenre ftndadilrenx and ndilreMH It.' 'n' MrM I H It
special topic for this meetIng visited !Mrs. Lottie BdA-arda' Sim-1 IK 77 Park :Avniie: ey..rk Weaver llunnlevel North furnMniiJYoil Kegiilmd Siru'riiin" ; Dealer UtriJ

WELDING was "The Essentials of GoodNutrition" ''day. I flty. New YorkVoti I ttr. re'IIII..1| to .Al. '..ptatin niini.d I
*) / tire ..reiiilrpd to HppdHl on Ji, i S7 flaIl, In ihe all '
Miss Ross gave an !Mr and I\frll. Sanford Hicks ofStnrke briinry' 6th, 11150) In thr at>uvniniied I'Turt and cRoss, when-in, i>tiiliiHffmekp '

interesting demonstration on the I vlnited Mrs. Gent S.tokes t'011 rl and niiM" whei-eln __ divorce____n_ Itrailfonl C'on Ut V .-- _._----. --
seven basic groups of food and Sunday. 'plaintiff.. ,only,, Teleftinrih Hefka' '' dlvore.HrnclfoiJ"Imll |ilil>llih till I, .. .. "" .. ', ''. .0 ." .
1 1"-
f'jQ :\ distributed a number of pamphlets T. W Markcy, Earl Green Hoy nr,' p In 'ixl! f m' week 1 IKMIICV ".., wW"', '"i'"<"' ,. "w{>' > ,:7/V.J"h''. < "' K-?'1-.:'" ". !vu. ,:. .. .
.. {> ; h/ (( ,/ ; "
in.I nt hn, > 'I( ind 'iffI 11.1 I "W' ,,y."' >> .
'L L' .
<; /
( I and material (untied by the Department Ore-en; Vernon Edwards and Mra "MI| nt Htnrke Florida. I thl inn'.nit. '''!C':"di':' 1'! ><<":f, ,o/! :,(/,+',,,,, ". '''' I of Agriculture on the subject.The Mary Green; were In Gainesville! on I 4. Iqr.O| (P PoiKKK'IAl ., ,5 'l")"i< ""
J, Thomas "
< :: ) Of; kj' 1/ /4' qf/4" >; / '
business Thursday I "rf""IN'< 1' ?" "''
business session .
I was presided ". .. '.LV'" ,.;.'
< V 'r'1t!' "
over by the president Mrs. K. Mrs T W. Mrukev, Mrs. Lottie' JiH .. 0,, ,.J', ,: ,' .,_v' it; '"
frr the people of Starke I C. Long. Friday January 27 was Edwards Mrs Muttie Sowells and ,; ,, '", __,____"_la__ /J"'IJ'.f;

set as a "Clean-up Day", for cleaning Miss Ivn Mae Lewis, visited. Mm. Louis R. Dean f ; ,;; -' ,', ;

laity nne of the most the club house and grounds Berry Dynl of Giuham Tuesday '

: Anyone who can I Is asked to help. afternoon TAX CONSULTANTUOOKKKKPIM !' I'Q '

and flne"t equipped Come And bring hoes and rakes Mrs. Rosa PliihoKter visited Mra. | I :

I,The house and grounds: are looking Floyd Wiggins; : a few days Jut, i iw ( : ; I
nh.p" anywhere. -pk. I
very much neglected. The club is SERVICE I .
Mr And Mrs T W.
ordering some shrubbery for the Markev visited -
Work fua! :
ran grounds and it la hoped that they his cousin. Judge/ ': .1. H. Tnwnsrnrl I,
'can be made to look more attrac- fif Lake Butler Wednesday

GARAGE tive. At least, a cleaning up will afternoon.Mr rhon.22U
and Mrs Fall: Gr cn and 120 So. Walnut St. :

MACHINE SHOPStarke help.The club made plans for.pooling I children visited relatives In Wal STARKE. FLORIDA

Me Ate. orders for fruit trees again this i do Suml.iy afternoon. '

year. Anyone ordering trees 1IEI _z oo4'- nil nrolllN/ DJ/r/'you'// Anoti>

through the club will get a 20 percent

... .. discount from Glen St. Mary'sNursery : LAKE GENEVA I II ,.__ :"-I1'7..L' ,_ w.-_ 'rZsoiir J3JS'7'/ILZ"AROl7JVD J.lE/.J'/

Mrs. G. B. Colson was PHONE 218 I ..7'I'

appointed to accept orders in this I By Blanche Cunningham

KPENTER'SESCK1PT1ON community.The club. .. Invited to Hold ItsLISTEN COLONIALFLORIST' %
was .

\UARMAC1STS ----'I1IE1: I week Norfolk.Mr.due and Vs.to M.were the, Fritz called Illness;Kurtz here of Mrs.hut of 9' 5 O: ...m l EV ROLEP:r

Kurtz's brothnr. V. A. Carlson, I

who In a patient In thp veteran '

IN SICKNESSOK CASE OF .I hospital Hospital a registered at In Lake Norfolk.nurse City.at Mrs.the Marine KurtzIs 'I I @ I i22SZ7. o /d Ancsa/ .ZO1IJCJ'i Cost

ACCIDENT I Mr and Mrs. Walter Forsythe .

and diuighter: of Miami are spending
WHO a few days with Mr. Forsythe's .

Pays The Bills ? pnr..nt Mr. and Mrs. R. R. For- FLOWERSFOR 0 I Chevrolet-and only Chevrolet- brings you all these major advantages at lowest
Mvthe and sister MM. V. A. Carl-


T Set. Forrest Austin and
Insure The Florida Mutual of Ft Worth. Texas are guest: family DISH GARDENS I C S CENTER-POINT STEERING CURVED WINDSHIELD with PANORAMIC


LOCAL AGENT Mrs. L. N. Wagner Also visiting .

RAYMONDP. daughter. Mr and Mrs. Robert


STARKE, FLA. T W. Cunningham Air Group,
CHtvROirrs ixctusivi NIW
NAS. Jacksonville
Night spent New Nona St Stark.

Year's, at his home here.GRAHAM.
..... I i POWERt7

Save Time Work
By Mr*. John McKleueyRev. I OPtiONAL ON Of 1UM MOOIl 'i .

and Money AT em A COST

Malcolm Smith of Stetson

University: poke at both services I
Pounds Of Your
THE HIGHESTtype at the Baptist Church Sunday.

Those who were baptlred: st 9 laundry Done In I

of modern serving ia incorporated Hampton Lake Sunday afternoonwere

Katherine Starling: ChlsjwrFlnJitland Only .

in this up-to-date, finely equip- Geraldine Starling Mr*. I -
Beatrix -
Starlingand Patricia
red l, economical, and helpful service. Wvnn. j Mi nut en. It IsWMlh.d c .

Mrs Reynolds of Jacksonville ] 40 Spotlessly "

Ii s spending this week with her,; Clean-Ready .
/ All cars thown a,. SfyUlin ,
nnrenta Mr. and Mr. F.or _
To Iron De Lux. 4-DoorS.dans' .
JONESPhone .
DeWITT C. Abernathy.Mr. ,
and Mrs. Lnnnle Goodare of
7 Starke, Fla.Ambulance. Starke attended church services Cents la All It

here Sunday night.

uneral Director S"rrl e Mr. and Mra. Ernest Ortagus and 40 Cot.ta! Try Our

baby vcre' guests of Mrs. Kate .
ocal funeral home enable tu to offer convnteDcee and Starling: Sunday. Service Soon! S _

ervlce not otherwise available.. Raymond and Leonard Moody

spent McKinney the In weekend Stark with Charles The Washeteria
niah the highest type service at lowest prices, and Mr. and Mrs. Balis McKinney of TORODE

.U...Ded by ANTpaDJ' visited her Mr.and
t ANT life insurance policy In force Starke parents. 32d Teanple A.e..a.

a* payment ia part or ID full on fuaeral.ponjvltatloa Mra J. C. Moody. Sunday.Mr. PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL & COURT STREETSu'

carries no obligation. and Mrs. II. B. Aultnuui of

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JAPE 13 195 0


r Birthday Parties For Jr. Woman's ClubThe -Bradford--- Countian Gives City Slickers I very panthrn small Utrrally kitten.. .* whip claw full'em grown to 1 Rites Last Friday 1

Young HonoreesMrs monthly meeting of the Jun- I A Chance To Drink Real Cane JuiceIt hredfl I For Robt. C. Thornt

ior Woman's Club was held Thurs- seems you can take the boy ''I lines as cabbage, sweet and Irish Every now and then some fellow Robert Carl Thornto,
Millard Judd honored her day evening Jan. 8, with the President out of Bradford County, but you potatoes egg plant and other vegetables who knows all about this' months-old son of Mr ami A:
daughter. Suzanne, with a partyon Mrs. H. H. Adams, presiding.Miss can't take Bradford County out all raised on his own five drives up, winks knowingly at Henry F Thornton of Stark

her 4th birthday Thursday Lucille Mitchell reported on of the boy.Stephen acres. He had a nice strawberry Sherley and Inquires: I. of pneumonia In a Jack >m, '

Lafayette the Christmas baskets which were Trumbull Miami Heraldstaff patch started, too but he's afraid "What you doln' about the sklm- hospital on January 4. 'I'i .{
several families. Mra. T. rains ruined the ?" : '' _
given to recent edi- those off-season mln' barrel
writer, tells In
Caldwell Office home was decorated with the a was born July 7, 1919 II'':
June The C. Hazen gave a report on the of crop.Shetley. It's then that Sherley must :
of that story
43 Editor I'lione 29 :colored balloons and arrangimtnU New Year's Eve dance Mrs. Adams paper I Besides his parents he \
Ph. State Farm William Sherley who migratedfrom I is forced to make a con make his confession. This South r
,of flowers placed throughout the ,, announced the appointment Bradford County to fession about one by-product of Florida cant' Just ,:won't make. vlved by one brother 'ur '
I.' living mom. and dining: room. of Mrs. Robert Green as House County In 1923, but just Dade I I cane grinding-the contents of "buck". Thornton Starke; his ,ptrly, ,
Outdoor were enjoyed by made fora
genies Chairman. Plans were
Rev..and Mrs. Hill the pleasant his skimming barrel. visitor wouldn't Ruben
PTA Meeting the many youngguests during the Bingo Party to be held at the forget Sherley said one grandparents ai i It.)
Tuesday AfternoonThe Hosts On Anniversary afternoon Woman's Club building on Thurs- this north central section of Flor Up .In North Florida every man, believe him and Insisted on trying Thornton of Hellbronn ",)rJtli, ('
I ida. woman and child knows all about some. It tasted like a mess of
.ha vim fur the afternoon were day Jan. 19, at 800.: Miss Lillian and his maternal grander
P. T. A. held Its regular Rev. and Mrs J. R. Hill were collored balloons and little basket Stump Finance Chairman will be According to Trumbull's story, sklmmln" barrels. After a few days boiled rubber boots. The visitor Carl and Helen
meeting Tuesday afternoon at haRts to members of the Methodist. of candy. In charge of the party assisted by there was one thing that Shirley standing and the work of nature decided that. one grindln' outfit Klip of ltf '
r:-30 o'clock In the U. S. O. Build Church Board of Stewards and assisted in serving 1 the following committees: Tables! missed most of all, early each winter the contents Is known as "buck" down here may be all right as a Mlci\,. Ie.,
Trustees Tuesday evening. Jan. 3. Mrs. was and cake to the I Mrs. Ned Yancey and Mrs. A. B. That was the annual cane A fellow can blow back the foam, novelty, but It never will be really Funeral services were Ivui<1 :lft'

ing.Mrs.. T. B. Harding, president, at a buffet supper In the parson. Ice cream Mis. Jim Ritch and Miss : Baker; Sandwiches Mrs. W. T. I I grinding time, when the pungent quaff a few dippers and he has a popular with the manses day morning, Jan. B, in Kv,.rgr ,I'
business ses- guests by smell of the boiling syrup blends stupendous buzz. It's high voltage.Hoinn --. I /.
resided during : i I Jackson, Mrs. Robert Green, Mrs Cemetery at the State Fain ,
age.The Virginia Ingram.Enjoying / i I, Whm you think of office s"p-| ,
with aroma of burning fat pine. North Florida fellows
: occasion was the twenty- N B. Rosier, Mrs. Lawrence Dug- ,
affair with the
sion.Mrs.'. W R Morse, assisted by fifth wedding anniversary of Rev honoree were this about 35 of her I I ger, Mrs. W. T. Coram, Jr., and "You can take the Cracker boy I sneak the itklmnvln hurrrl off Into -.pll..... think of the Bradford County i Rev Joe Griff official!' t;

Mrs. L, A Canova. Mrs' T. K; and Mrs. Hill, who were marrlod friend Mrs' O. J. Edvards, Jr.; Door, out of the country, bring him to I I the wools. run It through III| Telegraph Ifv,. haven't got, rangoments were In charg o.,, : I

HcClane, and Mrs. Muriel Normanrinducted In Coleman Fin on Jan. 3, 1025. I'Miss! Frances Colley and Miss Hazel Miami, dress him up and make a ,till, and the nnmltmilil make;It. \\'e.111 get It for you. I Witt C. Jones. flaD

a panel discussion! on Arrangements of camellias were Betty Lou Wainw.rtght celebrated : Fields; Decorations Miss Lu- reasonable facsimile of a city fellow ,
the' topic "Parents and children used' throughout the lower floorof her 6th birthday anniversary ,I cille Mitchell and Mrs. Mlllard out of him, but you can't Mild "
fi'dng/ their everyday problems." the parsonage!! and the dining Wednesday afternoomwith a partyat Judd; Prizes!, Mrs. H. H. Adams. make him forget things like cane r \ and
At the close of the meeting dell table was centered with a low arrangement her home. Hostess on this occa- Mies! Lillian Stump, and Mrs. H. grlndm' time," says Trumbull. MellowEIGHT g

bus refreshments were servedIn of white camellias, sion was her mother, Mrs. J. R. A Bishop, Jr. Thomas William did some thinking \ ; U
the Home Economics Depart- flanked with white lighted tapers Wainwright. Plans were discussed! to sponsor and came up with several con- ?
i ent. Hostesses were Mrs"' Hogan Following the supper, the tiered Outdoor games were enjoyed by a dance for benefit of the Marchof I clusions. The Miami area, he reasoned ) i1GHT ; O'CLOCK

F-nith Miss ,Della Mrs.RosenbergWilliamsGreen Frank Landrum. anJ wedding cake was cut and served the many young guests during the Dimes, to be held at the Pelican .. is Just chock full of ex- _ 1 O'CLOtN i ii
with Jce cream.B&PW afternoon Club on February 14. After North Florida people who also

The table was centered with the i: the business meeting, a social hour I II must be missing cane grlndin' i
Club NoticeThe birthday cake decorated In pink I,I was enjoyed and delicious refreshments time. Obviously they can't just up l s u ,71
I and with six yellow were served by the hostess and take off for their old back- 1 I Icocoat
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Green of Clarke! Business and Professional green candl..1 I es. Mrs. James Blackshear, Mrs. country setting every time the SAG
Favors for the
rrooker announce the marriage Woman's Club will hold Eddie Hartmann, Mrs. James Den- I cane season comes around. Ii on Reaflr Fresh
lit their daughter Madeline its January meeting on Monday many colored) plastic baskets fill- I nis and Mrs. W. E. Dowllng. So Tlwma.4' William derided thai t Rich and ,, Vigorous

Yvonne to Alex Malcolm Williams, evening the 16th at 7:30: ( p.m. in ed with candy. It they roukln't go off to a ('anf'IrlolUnjl' A&P COFFEE Full Bodied and Winey H,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Malcolm Mrs. Wainwright was assisted
Edwards Recreation Hall. Rites
the St. Wednesday .
he'd bring a cane grindIn'
Williams of Odom, Georgia In serving Ice cream and cake by I : RED BOKARICOFFEE
All members are urged to attend. them. And that's what h?
;The wedding was an event of Mrs. G. B. Flynn. For L. K. Strickland to Yei, many who have changed N
December 27 at Woodbine Georgia.Mr. About 53 little guests were Invited I did i to AlP Collet from cofft of
and Mrs. Williams are making There are 470,000 time-lost farm to this affair with Betty Lou: Pgt. Leonard K. Strickland, son I He got himself five acres of lea
their home at 8662 First Ave work accidents In the United i I of Rev. J. L. Strickland of Clay land away out Sunset drive be- comparobf* quality now say* ''.AO I. 63c .AO 65C '

nue, Jacksonville. States annually. Hill died suddenly Saturday after- yond Gallaway rd._ where Metro-
St. Edwards Club I noon In Florence, Ala., where he politan Miami starts dropplpg off 1"a 1'1' no, >.itICONOMT
Plans Dinner was visiting. A native of Clay Into the Everglades. He put In a part ALP Coffal You'll ogres IC..oaY '183 1.00 1Priced oft'}!

\ County, he enlisted In the U. S. couple of) acres of cane. He foundhe th* rooste-fresh boon, Cus .Ira. _

Invited The St. Edward's Recreation Club Army when 18 years of age, and couldn't grow Red Ribbon, tom-Ground to order, gives ila i
You Are ; :
Cordially held Its business meeting last Mon. had currently been stationed at Simpson or any of the other va- good- rt .
day evening, January 9, at the Fort Bennlng Ga. rieties of North Florida, so he put flavor ol satisfying '
TO ATTEND A Club Building He Is survived by his widow In a. variety that he found does. / hits, thai really clicks: : 'i Right .p

Al Hartman,, president, presidedover Mrs. Johnnie Mae Strickland; a well around Lake Okeechobee. \!kJti Right :

FREE LECTURE ENTITLED : the business meeting. Plans son, James Leonard Strickland Then he set a 60-gallon cast *of m or after Year ) Alongi{
were made. for electing new officers Columbus, Ga.; three sisters, Mrs. Iron boiling kettle 'over a tire pot Un 4 :|

and reorganizing the club at Betty Hickey, Jacksonville; Mrs. got himself a small cane grlnder- .,"
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE : tha Jlext) e.'tlng. A turkey din- Minnie Lee Gurr. Dale City. Calif.; and he was In business.It t!

er was planned for next month. and Mrs. Fay England Florence,. would be an exaggeration/; to '
Ala.; a brother Alonza Strick that his has become ,
place -
After the business meeting cof- 1 practically SUGARED DONUTS .
The Availability of Divine Law"by served.' land, Gllroy, Calif and his fatherand i the Stork club for thou-
fee and pie was
stepmother Rev. and Mrs.! J. sands' of nostalgia, suffers but he'd", > Pac'kage of 12 19c t t"e

WSCS NoticeThe L. Strickland. : doing\ all right. The syrup .business y. 4 b
Funeral' services were held has! become practically a side line.
So I."
Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clockin I ma.ny folks drive out on a Sun-
OF. NEW YORK CITY WSCS of the Methodist' the Long Branch Baptist Church 'I 1.lIIy to drink the cold cane'' juice ,I : ; :
Church will have Its regular business with Rev. J. F. Conway officiat Bt 10 cents a glass that there .Isn't i _1
Member of the Hoard of Lectureship of the :Mother and program/ meeting at the ing. too much of it left for boiling.

Church The First Church of Christ Scientists Church Monday afternoon, Jan. I Interment was in Long Branch Some carry it away by the gallon I ______M
16, at 3 o'clock. Cemetery with military rites at jug.! :
in Boston Massachusetts. .the grave. Funeral Thou they buy the stuff by the lb. 3c DEXO 3 lb 67c501v
arrangements j I CABBAGE, Fresh & Green, can -
stalk .
in 'I (AIM> 01- THANK were in charge of Key-McCabe for the kids to 'h.Som. -
We wish to express our sincer. Funeral Home. 'IAnnual times ttiat'H like buying an t'h! .<.- _
Nit thanks and deepest appreciation ''trie train for the kills.. The adult. I i
: First Church of Christ Scientist to the many friends and rel- Meeting !chew no much the' kids. barely get I Eastern; Red Rome Beauties In 1'acketten .trP' No. Zl/t <-an. i

all VPS that brought flowers and their nhare. Cane fltalkv are the
Of "camlv" of APPLES 5 lb. 39c FRUIT COCKTAIL 33c
610 South Eighth: St. words berenvement.--Ury of comfortduring Reddish our recent Scouters MondayA Florida area.many a hnck-tmmtry -

GAINESVILLE FLA. and family large number of Scouters from I It brings 15 to 20 cents a stalk A
Starke and vicinity will attend the I In this raw state. And there's none Ann PageYELLOW
Nee the. All-New 1950 Renting annual Scouters meeting to be held 1 of the trouble of squeezing the I .r..h. Large

Monday January 16th at 8:15 ton Portable Typewriter| on display Monday night at 7 o'clock In the' juice! boiling It, or having Mrs. I, CORN, 2 ears. 19c TOMATO SOUP 9c I
: p.m. at Bradford County Telegraph. Mayflower Hotel Jacksonville. Sherley Ire it for the stand they .

/ All the advantage. of II'' Featured speaker on this occasion operate" In their front yard. I _
/!' ... '. ..: : ., standard nuu-Wne In portable else. will be Dr. Herbert Fretwell Chief I Slierley) uses a power grinder, Large Heads Florida SnobaJICAULIFLOWER

't._Iw,"rf.AarllrnmIM"-''' ,. ....,IW'M''NAM.'' ......1vArMAniNMmunAanll, .. .,. a..oAaomrlMn, '. .. AID" "almAnmlNAImI111NIImmA4m' '', ''''' '' lmm'''fj Scouter, of Westport Conn. but he's given\ some thought to I "
-="'--- -- == Super
All Scouters and anyone Inte"-I putting in a mule-powered grinder each 19c

I LET US PAY YOUR HOSPITAL BILLS I ested In Scouting in this for like the old time onesJu Right S
Invited to attend this banquet atmosphere and Sunday usewhen ,

In Full of Workman's Compensation f meeting. the tourists are driving around !'
Pay Regardless Week-days and when there'sa + RED 25cTop Quality
OutlookFor quantity to grind he'll still use | Western
his. tractor for (
/JJlIlTIl White i Loose or Ragged
1950 Appears About onre a Meek he liken a.> "
INUIVInUAI.NO "'AlII.famUi.! PLAN truck load of care stalks. and i Icerl !. No. MEAT = t
1 10 Ib. 29c
Than Ever POTATOES -
Brighter .
Hacked by an Old Line LegaZ Reserve Life Ins. Co. t Jul(', through Negro town lie al-j a

LIItKHAL CASH HENEKITS FOR: Gnlnavllle Fla.-With more farm-,, \\fIY.| rome. home empty. .I ,
At the stand he sells such sidi>
era thaI ever showing interest Inl APPLES Red Delicious 2 Ib. 25c .
oneHtheMla X-ray.
Hospital room, ofM-mtlng ronni trees a* a crop the outlook
mrdlrlnea.. laboratory eprnMe"' hXMlrnilc| anti forestry In Florida In 1950 i* in Florid.." !Mr. Nlrland declared GRADE A FLORIDA .

ambulance.t I brighter than ever before, accordbig -. "seems brighter than that for any DRESSED & DRAWN :
Pay PhyniflaiiM or Muricroim'' fee for operation' dimto to Forester LouIs'!'. Nieland other year In the past. Florida
acflilentM III' NlekaesN.t I Forestry'Is moving forward NEW e ;
of the University of Florida Agricultural steadily .
I I Extension Service end profitably." 4 FRYERSIb.
One to 8O no- -co tll only a few
Age Limits: day yea
cents per day for whole family. Choose your own doctors Hundreds of tracts were planted ImprovedMargarine E10 yZlo ;
1019 .
to slash pine seedlings In the|I
1, and honpltnl. 1l.
ue any /
demand for the small trees far

MAII-, COUPON TODAY 2!_ I exceeded the supply, and farmers. I 1 39cJACK \

have indicated that they will take ipJ!? .
KF.SEU\F. LIFE INS. CO., n.I.1.: !, II full advantage of the State Forests I 'K

I'onlorriro l".x 2211, .-. 'Service's larger supply early in | FL' r

STAHKK. FLA. the new year."Farmers Nutley t!
BENEFITS ARE NOT REDUCED l Please send me full information about your Hospital :;1'i I I are coming! more and I{, Son. K: Mnn, Jan. M A 16 SPRAT FANCY

CHil.DRKN i Plan. This does not obligate me In any way. more to the realization that The .....'k fi.rull.. l. the fcrlcbt yellow .... ... Ithan .. h.....r
FOR OR ,_. a good I ir "
Name ---- I I .... .... BACON
-- ---------------- ever <. tn livprow -. .. ..'. ..I.| >.... Ib 39
ELDERLY. DEPENDENTS Street __-_____n_____ -- ---- wood lot, managed properly can .......1"..'... more 4rllc City. ..- .._-. State------------ : 'I I provide timber for use on the farm :, Lady GamblesWith hrrr In r.au l *al.., .
Cood: In Any Hospital! Phone----- .______.__._ and! timber and pulpwood for sale t..I..ml I. a.wt'eMrM
Covers I Polio Up To $5,000 Age _-_---_- _--_---_ .. 'N .... .I I and they're out to produce profitable ; Barbara StanwlrkALSO ..euk.w w eat.. I 1..... 19 C gaarrrr....1...... ".."la.... I 30 C

;;.;;.m..yaNwAX1,11aIW-eM-YFUNImWWriiM4rnllaNWWn. :; YIeAa "" '''Mol. x ;,..., M i4.i. ""liiX,...nMAi. n., ; ,"eA: ,.Ananu""rIMW.WM!,':, /I forest crops on their lands',' I i SIIORTS : ean1. lb. rant... ."Super-Rijfht" SELECT BEEFJas i

.._ ____ ____ ., .___,___ ,,- ._. r __ I 1 Mr.Increasing Nieland said.interest of four large|
Tin1., Jan 17 ONLY LIVER lb. 59c
Florida pulp mills In reforestation Parker (Was 5.851)!) -

.f( ARPENTER'S: CARPENTER'S. CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S i Is also playing an Important part I BENEFIT HITS BAND FRUIT CAKE, 5 pounds for 2.99 .
in forestry progress in the .

:.These concerns recently IItate'l ROAD SHOW .'SUPEUIUGHTWESTERN

RELAX at Our Fountain One Table of Assorted I 4.000,000 pine seedlings Jane (Was I.2.1)
free of charge for farmers. 4-H i .\dol..... :AlcnJtMI Card Lanill iT."CAKE
WEEKEND SPECIALHOMEBAKED 1 T F: M S club members and Future Farmersfor ..tlwainch By In..ta"oS: lI't"Ws 1 /l. pounds for 95c SPARE RIBS lb. 39c"SUPERRIGHT" ,

Compacts Stationery Gift I planting. "The pulp mills are ,
encouraging and helping farmersto "'rd. A Thiir. Jan. 18 .t 19
C Items lloxecl Soap turn Idle lands Into profitable' IXM'FILE\ FKATl'KB Ion FROUR, 25 pound bag 1.39;
H A M 2 5 t tSANDWICH forest tracts," the Extension forester BONELESS

Values to $3.00 --- II Mechanical averred. tree-planters which Argentine Nights Whit JtOUMe Round STEAK Ib 79c'Evap.

enable two men to do the workof
Served with Potato Chips!!, Pickles and I 10. planting by hand have beenan Ritz II.......... ,Andrew Slstrn MILK, 3 tall or 6 small cans 34c t
--- Important factor In the Increased
n Cup of Stnrke's, Finest Coffee. plantings of slash pines in lona PEACHES, No. 2'/' can 21c "SUPER-RlfJIIT"" END CUT Of w;)\
I Florida during the past year and WESTERN LOIN i
will continue
to figure largely\ In
Our Prescription Department gives you the Highest Quality this work. The number of these Ullh John CarrxllnnFrl. Ann KETCHUP

Drug at the Minimum Cost at all times. \We\ can serve your .} to machines, Increase In during the state the Is next expected few *: Sat.. Jan. SO: 11 Page 14 oz. 18c Pork Roast 'F

Prescription Needs any hour of the Day or Night. So bring I :,season months!gets as under t h. way.main planting DOUBLE FEATTKKRENEGADES: lona TOMATOES, No. 2 can 13c

your next Prescription to tin and know that ice are always on 1 Another indication of the grow .
Interest lb.
.ing In farm forests Mr. 35c

duty for your Prescription Needs. TELEPHONE .'G.CARPENTER'S
who have called for Infor Rod* C'mnirnia, Fuzzy Knight( -

:.mation/ on the timber-grazing- AND
game program developed by the MAN WITH TALCO SCRATCH FEED -
Extension Service Interest In this

I.program which Is designed to enable NINE LIVESWith 25 Ib.r- 1.03 \ & I
farmers to obtain good from Boris Karioff \ \\WhW

The Store Where rau See lour Prescription Filled I his land the put has increased three years.rapidly during I'Ins Short Serial. 100 lb.-4.05 ;

T ___ ..- .. T. "" "The 19SO outlook for forestry -.-. : -=- -- ---

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I ''JAN 13 1950

V.-, JANUARY' 3$. 1950 ___ --, -

Mrs. Hogan Gladewuter. Texas Hv Hnvi-n, "i-n.nhv' n (- Vutlrr 101 Mr... .'._ I.. .l.*..tl, Rt.X .
Mrs. Sam Anderson 1 ('hurli-. It if. ... J04.cn Onarnnty : lies .....". JadtiMmlillev Klnrt..
Smith and Mrs. A. W. Anderson Willis f Smith, change from Son 1.1'. Hlilic I... k.\. 111'. I'li-Kln. Mnrtwlleltl Company, I..... 4OA Wtdnmn .
in Ally for I'lf I.it; 4t Z-3 "... ......._.."..1.. ..'.....It...llnd
Sr. spent last Friday Smiley Angela Texas to Amerada Petroleum __ __ to nil it Jacksonville! visiting' relatives. In Circuit <'''nt. Bradford take noilre hat under. the
Co. 601 Pet. BUIg.. Big Kli-rlilnl In 4kmir....>. l prvI-t.nc ,,' I H..ftlon ails 3'l: Klr>rn1'vKtnlnlis .
Mr and Mrs. :/. A. Marline and Spring Texas. Alfred tttlmin. l-lnlntirr. \- ."c.o..tll"j t Ann"t.'d. .1. A 14.11.4' li..
Betty Jean. of Jacksonville Burnette O. On.ni ". |ii.r>'nilnnt <'a',' N ,tt>ir tuiHlni'iMN" HH H..ITH (ilaritfi.Stark. -.
daughter Kelly R Thompson change from t.rae, ot I'nhllrntli.n and >...!.>.. t* florldik the bluer' of u
spent last Sunday here visiting s-p..... .r\'f'.1: or "" .olun.\, lot 1 wurfliMUH.miin, 1.I"n. .$..,.110" 67S1.1 .-
THE NEWS Mr. and Mrs A. W. Redgraveand Ohio to Route 2. Starke. I Kloreni-t* o a nrlr1l"; \thuMirtMlflctuH .'I".l : I Will nnil, aiMii'HK, I IH unknown I ptiblli, ...1. HI hit plitrff nf btiMlnftHM
I II Mr, and Mrs. Joe Martinez. IK < trriilt foiirt. Hrdfrd 011 ',I",' 'I.MIHM ..rt ?', r'ni>eitr' on lit Stork, nrnrtforil. 'ounlv. Klnr-
I I r' & ,, In ( haitirrr.Kl K,l>rimiv: ,l.llh,, .|!l-fl. ,In __ __ ._ __
.,.... I Mrs. Charles! Burton of Rome. ,,, . ,'"iiri anti mime. w".ln.I..lnllfr tar. .
and Herman Mr. and Mrs. L.. L.. MciNcai anudaughter. ,4 "'1 ii Mai- i II. ,,,. -,. Plnlntlfr.B i I 'lunuary. ,10th. o on to
June Patel Ga. arrived Saturday for a visit Appear W'i'iilrow' tlimlntr' Ih'Omlaiit, I I'HWI. I \ ". "i dlvcirre. Krailforil r..I1"'n.i ,iiM'ri. Iel iiiitnnidhllitIUM .
I of Mississippi visited Mr.s. Pearl, of Adel Ga. visited -I Ni. '?.ilOrtler '. Cfiunly: 'l'i'ii'itraith| nhall nuhlloh' thin llKiliu.il HidunThlH
with her son and daughter. Charles I Order I In n* xt four wet-klv |1-tp.tle, tuitlrn., nhHll lit' viitillHh. *.l In
.. .. .
In Palat- relatives here last week. f I'littllontUin a .1 \i .1 tonitfnr.
B. Galloway Witna'.a ham '
M. mv unit
i Burton and Mrs. Sam Anderson. official teal I the ttiiKlfnrcl' "unty TfleirrHih fop
fttt I 1"1'10'" l'IOii I II 4 ol.MitIiuu ,, .. .
at StnrkI'MnrlilK, I thl I. IlInl.... .
.J I two niriitlvft week httvlnnlntron
Mrs. W. F. B refoot of "
: Sunday. I In Person f \\ I <7jitditfr. Hliiim-i I.'iiI'n'e.tuil J'
ad In Ihlt Al.- rg 'II. I'IIIItP'l'ii'lA1.> .
See our paper. Vi" nluy. Innunry II. IH.il( antI
DIGiovannin Lulu of sander-I iit' Mrs. Wiggins Thnnm
knd Mis. Albert son, VARKZ STORR. I "iHtdlntf un Ft t i ': : -t. a i I! \i <'l,<-rk\ nfMid Court. ;I null; ..
N. J. and Mr. ant were recent guests of YIUI are required In Appear. on '
City :Mrs. S. E. Brownlee returned to I I,,fly Mnvi-n i"lri .by. D (HlKlifil) .1. A. '''''l',
I Armand DiGIovannl and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. 'I her home Saturday after under Here ei.t4 .? iH:::. Ki-lirunry:: :: : Cmirt 13th.,: ..IJ'U.cause.I In I III* 'I\\'*>tovt'.iiiiD'i rt ln |i I, T Atty HVaiI fin I I.i-if drum. Clarke.1 n Florida 4t 3.1, rti.lna I '>. lusineii.*- II. II- ifl, ice

ir, Margaret of Jersey City. Mrs. Paul E. Can ova and daughter. ,.:?:.'::::;l plaintiff. .....k.. illvorc-0 Urmllortl"nimtv I IS lzoALVAREZ'
:going an operation at Riverside 1 .' :::::;. :.1 Tfflea-raph ahull nubllAtl' lbt>> I .
Arrived Monday spend Emma Jane of Gainesville\ Hospital In Jacksonville. Jan. : Ii. ,outer In next four wewhlv limn:,**. I

P days as guests of Mr. andfarl spent Saturday afternoon here 'Leila Weeks 20 m. : iL. .tV I WttnpHH I Slurke, niv Kliirlilu haul. ,and nfflrlnl nialI 11111 '
I I Mrs.! Mae of Sparks 'lIlly January STORE \ :d'h:: I
Stelnhagen. visiting friends and relatives. GIs I visiting her sister Mrs. \V. '. : I It, MAO.(\ ... I

land Mrs. Earl George of Mrs.. Jim Cooper returned to her J. Epperson Sr. for several wetki.Mr. '! j---,............ ".,,,.... .-..........- \\U 'Io'It.lAI.: A*SK.MA.Clerk of mild.T 'Tholl'Court.

were' New Year's Day: home last weekend after "pend I and Mrs. Nate and Mra.'T !!. will cater schoolchildren '-
H. K. Sul- Dyal Hollywood's leading/ especially to the .
fit Mr and Mrs. cowooy.1 ,__!__.
:J ing several days in Shadycrent L. Casey spent Sunday In St. comic Smiley Burn o tie. at the matinee perfor.

1' Hospital.!! I 1 I Augustine and Palatka.Mr. the stage of the Florida Theatre mances. Smiley carries an electric -
'(fetfiam. Cold: Stripe Nylon Star Brand shoes for men and Mrs. Tom Cooke Wylly i "in person" on Friday Jan. ,20, camera and Hollywood,camera U Our P I lan Denmark's Ads

_* STUMPS STOltE.Mi''I & women. STUMPS STORE. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. (J'Dunppn manager Harris! announced yea- I I man with him and every boy se Budget For liargaiim I 'nc'itattedAniulicre

>tt.nd Mra. Seeber Goodman and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot 'I last Monday en route to' terday. and girl attending the mntlnoe will' ,

exit'atuiday In Jacksonville Mr. '1 I their In _ _ _ _ _ _ I
I and Marprartt Ann and Martha, home Tennille Ga. I The popular comedian woo 19'be photographed with Smiley without I

re they attended Bowl.the footle Jane Phillips spent lust Sundayvlattiiig I Mr and Mrs.! T. I... Casey and known and loved by millions (charge the manager said.

at the Gator I son. Delbert were called to DoverFla. through his appearances in Gene I
( .id Mrs. Carl Wimberly of I .. in Sanderson and recently to attend the funeral Autry and other Western. films, lajnow Smiley 'is one of the most accomplished Odd Walnut CHINASRegular I You. Mould expect to pay
tile guests of Mr. and M'" ,Ani. ) Beam of Tampa I I musIcians In show I much for
L were i of Buahnell were services! for Mr. Casey's bl'other'l making a tour of Imlppendjent I more this .
B. Sullivan last Sunday: 1't"u'ormh Clay business, total of 52 I
recent' ti sla of Mr. and Mrs. C. I } .T. Conner ,: theatres throughout tho country playing/

fae Jacksonville Jones returned Saturday to her af-, E. BMmirfd|,| family.Mr I" Save by paying CASH at Al.VAKKZ .. '' and has been playing to musical Instruments. He baA also. $65 Value! 2-Burner

rind Mrs. J. R. Chaateen fifldl ANNIVERSARY standing room only crowds in written more than 200 songs, many

L ding last week here vlslt- Tr of Af'inta. Ga. were guests of SALE. ',, every city. of which have "leached' the top on SALE PKICE; OIL HEATER
itlves. i Mrs. Effie Johns had as her Mr. Harris states that Smiley tho nation's hit
and !!
Mr. parnde.
(Alma Thomas returned ,toes M-B.Mrs H Phnsteen'tj L. Brownlee parents.last weekend. guests! Tuesday Rev. and Mrs. :/. I'I : .... ,

College", in South Caro- B. Dixon of
Mr. and Mrs. Georpe/ K. Bennettnd Jacksonvlle.{ Recent Deeds Regular $32.50 Val.
Wednesday after spending Mrs. Sam Anderson Mrs. Chailei $45
Kimball. of West Palm
(days! here with her parents won. Burton and Mike Anderson SALE: PRICE
Bpr"ch visited relatives here and in spent i Deeds recently, lecorded, In the
(d Mrs. B. T. Thomas. She
Wednesday visiting relatives In
Jacksonville last weekend. .
:ompanled by her parents court house were:
Our ."nliill laot only 8 AYM ,Archer. I Made of rich walnut $29.95
urned on Friday. AI.VAIIK STORE since '91.. Carl Johns. left Wednesday for Arizona Paul of Bradford' vcncera

miss ALVAREZ 56th Any Miss! Thelrr.a Thomas left last Toledo Ohio where he will attendto County to Mr. and Mrs. Walter

Sale) .. business.Mr. !! I EASY TO MATCH( .,J.
Friday for Tampa where ,she will Perkins. of Lawtey. W 4 acres
J. P. Cooper and children and Mrs. Cornelius 1'01001'1'Rnd /
vl ht-r Miss Ann Beam.
'it sister.
id Helen. Mrs. E. 3. Flynn DOnAld< RayTileV( and Miss Mary : children spent last weekendIn of the NE quarter of the SW :Mr and Mrs. Ellis Rosier. of HUH.!) A :SUIT: -

ddy Faxon spent last Tues- Brannen of Jacksonville were'' Lakeland visiting Mr. and Mrs.T. ; quarter of sec. 20, twp. 5 Starke announce the birth of a KKUSavo

Sliver Springs:, .T. Moore and family. range 22 K. S'I
guests of Mrs. Peggy. Tilley last I daughter Ferris I Kathalecn: in ,
Vivian Addison, of Jack- Tuesday evening. Miss Polly Mann left last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. 1M.. Matchettof ICi4'EI"ljg.
Shadycreat HospItal on Jan. 4. Mattresses
wai the /guest of her mo- Mrs. J. R. Wainwright spent!! .to resume her studies! atin !' Bradford County to Donald E. KNllIT. Innerspring

[rs. C. E. Beam,' last Wed- several days last week in Jack- Vnldosta, Ga. after spending,; Hill of Hampton. The SB quarter

sonville visiting relatives.Mr. and the holidays sister-in-law here with her brother of the SK! quarter sec. 10. twp. ADDRESSESOF Equal to most $49.50 mattresses !
Mr. and Mrs. E
and Mrs. W. T. Weeks and
Form bras.". Stumps.' 7 INTEREST
en C. Mann Jr. S. range 22 E.
Cutcheon left last week,children of Tallahassee visited ] I, No Kiittnn To (Top) Off
ke where he entered'I' end Mrs. Junuia! Smith last 11'1'I John D. Anderson left last week Raymond J. Gomes. of Starke The following new renewal and livautiful Tick 3 9.50
day. for St. Augustine where he will to Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sparks of 1 on fuvl rn|t..y alxiniluilt -
I II change of addresses received
teran'9 Hospital for obser- Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cooper and hI! employed by the East Coast j' Starke. Lots 4 and 9 of block 4i: by IMtlCED TO SELL! li>\\- 'imt hfilt frtiiu ml
and treatment I I Railway. I' the Telegraph will be of interestto
children. Joey and Helen returned [ of J. a. Alvarez's. addition tOIl I attractIve ({ulrkhcwt .nn*- or
:and Mrs. T. A. Yawn spent I !Strip from 10 prrrent to !80 friends: I
I per-
to their home In Kalamazoo MI"h.ISlt Starke. I lie sure to see and bun this two-burner tlmilittlnic{ <>,((
lesday visiting relatives in rent at AI.VAnEZl61h/ Anniversary l Win. F. Hoover Box 353:\ Lancaster
I I !! Thursday after spending several I
!Male.Christian. ISargain MallresH i I" 'at"l' Th rimmili" my If ahIn. -
[and Reddick Fla. days with Mr. and Mrs. E. J, ,| Livestock health authorities Pa I
.'' MemlH right: In with yonI'OUR
B. Maine! returned to her
Flynn. mate the annual Ins, from ", W. 11. Box Immokft-
I Hayes. 143
In Winter Haven Fla. last I ChurchHomer e8t1-\\ BLANKETS AND COMF ARTS fnrnltunt. lluv today using our
I,\ New shiprrtent Quadeicra i and shipping bruises; at $ I..e. Fin dull aIan.
dafter spending 10 days;,''Cioth--sJlid colors & 'prints > Are Priced To Sell '! See Them iMtynwnl
Ith Mrs. J. I). AleCander.1 I!, l9c yd. at STUMPS( Store. 1'1"' In"all. MlnNter OOO a year in the United States. MrB.V ]M Peek117 Gay Ave., I Today
I The
friendly church In the heart
Dorothy Ross! returned
Buddy Faxon left last Tuesday
!' of town extends a welcome to all
'>n"d!y after spending the noil- ''for' Lakeland where he will re- '('

Yf.Hh her! parents, Mr. and!'II sonic, his studies at Florida Southern who vices.enter Its doors for all her sci'. THEATRE Denmark Furniture Co.

r$ R. ROMS, In Homestead. I College after spending sever II
Meet with
us Sunday morning
al weeks with his Mrs. VV v'STARKB';
Mind Mrs. L. O. Hazen spent
for Bible School which begins at PHONE 151 ST.MIKE.: FLA.
D. Faxon.I
In'. In Gainesville visiting : 1,0. a.m. :with classes for oil age
and relatives. Fi La Morte of New York Saturday. January 11 Tues. & \Vcd. Jan. 17 & 18 -
tens i I I groups: and qualified teachers who L__.

!, at AI.V/UtKZ.. 56th An. spent last weekend visiting friends I know the Word of God to teach. DOUBLE FEATURE DOIJHLE FEATimU -

,!..._ry' Sale... and relatives. I Morning Worship 11 am., subject HOLIDAY
$r*, K. C. Bounds! of Palatka I I Godwin visited friends and rela- r
. :SUndAY here vlsltlnur her Lord's Supper 11:15: a.m. I COMBINED STATEMENT "
| lives In Jacksonville! Sunday.
.')Ller-in.lnw! and sister Mr. and I I Christian Endeavor 630 p m. AND
Rivers Buford. Jr. and Pierce III
S. E. Sparks. Ford of Gainesville were guests of when a welcome Is extended to
nil youth. No age limit. FLORIDA NATIONAL
Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins lust
Evangelistic service. 7:30: p.m.
Friday afternoon.

| HultH n>.ch.0.00. ":;\ for1..- 1 subject "Appointments With Jesus" at the close of business December 31 1949

iVAUK'rtOth I : Annlwriary Soli-.
Children's Hour each Friday at
Mrs. T. R. Wainwright and RESOURCESLoans
,3..10: p.m.
[ children spent last weekend In '
I Prayer!' Meeting each Wednl'sdaylit

wright's Jacksonville brother-in-law visiting Mrs.and Waln-slater 7:30: p.m. : :. oItG41PITURF and Discounts $ 70,139,553.78,

lieu,.0*TAStITI.SAMI MIT Slut, Mr. and Mrs. A. I. Spencer. Since the beginning of World AEPUBLIC ajik Banking+Iouse, Furniture &

.. I War I automotive power replacing George BANCROFT Fixtures Incl. Office Bldgs. I 5,297,238.60
horses and mules on farms. has AND _

very Branch of I released about 65 million acres. F Ann SOTHERN Other Real Estate Owned _ 145,525.03

i formerly used for feed production 'NEATH
L INSURANCE I Victor i JOR Y Prepaid Expenses _ _ ._ 0 __ 35,899.33
Brooklyn Bridge
8 Him New Other Res/nirces!' _ __ 7,389.75
i III--IMMIP uv 1'0"1'1"0" tip VMlh East Slilr KliU _ _ _ _ _
-- -- -- -Kl.oltm* H,*K AT SI'tltKf: .." Customers Liability AIC| _ __
1 .
..... ..T \IIKK: I.* TIIK *T''1''>: .>*. I'liiM: "Plcct King .li> t'artoon,, A Thursday, January 19! -

1'' I n outfit.ili.55 AT ON THM..KCK novH Will-Ill: i HI.IMU. ,irHI ('liu|.. 13 "Wild Kill HUkok" TOO LATE FOR Letters of Credit _ _ 42,170.94-

H. C. WALL AGENCY I A..ifl.far Sun.; & Mon.. Jan. 15 & If<) TEARS Accrued Interest & Income
.. I
h l In
>n nr with other
PLEASE PHONE 146 blink. Inclnilln. reserislineei. %'t JOHN WAYNE as F.llzabr.tll Scott Don I>ur)ra i Receivable _ $ 1,138,048.43
unit raivh Item
In pro*".. of.collection HMX.1 t.t ANDBLONDE : U.S. Government Securities 160,431,335.51Fla.
50 YearsCLASSIFIED t'nitcil. intec C1ov.rnm.n' MENACE'
Service Over
Constant I ohligatlne guaranteed, direct. and ii29iidl.lili'flIllgation 1 ; THE FIGHTING Joyce f''funpisin.| Wm. Henry ;I County & City Bonds. 22,493,808.54

1 political"uhrlvlHlun of. Btat.* and. .236,US.01, KENTUCKIAN I Federal Reserve Bk. Stock 600,600.00

r.uflnw and riliwniint (Ineiii.lins' Friday, January 20 i

im H3 over..Iran. ,1.-etene,. Other Securities. __ 1,231,602.75
) iIifl33..10l'tink : < VIA PHilip oiiviR DOUBLE FEATURE -
premiMi owned S4- I Cash and Due from
948.87. rnrnHiiro a nil RALSTON CORN HARDY DAY AT C.B.S. I pn

rixturea is.441 22 15.191 IItither f......... lUtE IMUI.ISIS 11111iUOOHAA.ORAN'tWiThIIS Banks 114,195,767.11; 300091162.34
hearts !l,36t.84 _ _
X.nvr' SWIflj. Machinesi 1 I .HI'K: .l..'. yon 14.LI' ill UUK1f I AND -
> T rm. are a v.lhibl. Inn :,f r I.. Y A AVIM. : X I)" Walt table TflTA/ AHSKTt: 2,147i0.1.Sl.I.hillil..e OOITTI MttTIl eau FIX RotwrtI -
I JDMR WITHE PMMCTMII 375,758,939.77
...,<. An* Marhlnx Co., 4"2: N. Ma.,.I I .to-In. .tuindeaw sea .I z-ln. wnfur Demand. dt'r'iiHlt ..f Indl 'II I Ml"Stercusa

}3xt.writ, I":i.h.r ..lnlt City I *ur P.*hO".Fll our,t[ punch pump.marhlne a tiisun.with mulur 1, flndrlrt $loi> ,'[I I rUltuil.. par.rail.tn mhlpn. s I Ir LIABILITIES
I.OJJ.H.lii HI
l4tnV.s'twood. i-i.rp. .UN I II
vilMr It 1 "l.rlrlc light plant 1160 '
A $foI..I'| cur will I ,,. .
f Iniiylitnlc.
horn tr oil ur KHK. ) from $12. _') up. Tin .lep..cits r> Iioc1'1
upon .quB"e. ,I C ails. rh..*la .1l". New unpainted I II 1 I I "niirrneriihlpf and if I Admllll'ef! "
..I... ..mlf-m, !nmrm .'...<..1..1 '1 I talilee'i!.". 1 hitUHo 17 B.-h.* lot.C I II I III I I-*..''f'-'I':: trailer -nr P0,01,1'rnrpnrntliini. nf I'nlt.-'l" fltnt.aloverflm.'flt ili.l4068) $ _ _ slIIIuc4 A :l' .-=--- ,...t Capital Stock ._ $ 7,250,000.00
,.p. A conlpm'nl. Uarn ,1.- I truck. I lawn niuworI ( includingpoaiet
powxr Surplus _ 16,062,500.00'Undivided
JAw prlrm. Quick ..arlc.. I 1 rlrrlo Inwn, muwrr (II 1 nhowran nuvliiKKl. 19I79iiI.pnali ; ,
.. !I. .It.-. !>.y- mU-r .. of foI".. "A not political -
r 7911.. ".1- -" $3H I luctrlif iluuifh Plus ___________________________ Profits
Pe... ". 1146 Hallouclt K<1. tt I SIS 1 tlnua-hnut ilnfp fryer '1110. hlil.cllvl.lonK 200,1197 Niita, & "Mrtri'h of Time 1,504,841.00 24,817,341.00
I I I piano "IOO.. Many other bur- Other depneltfl n.M.E: A number nt S :T.arArrtviila Salad' officer check. Reserve for Contingencies-------- $ 2,895,772.34

an ..*....pl&nt Mm. C.Mao t:.bride 200 Wynn young. IW It H lilt \lC I II SEPt: HtlMOI.HAI Other Trt:\ Utthllltle ItKPOSITH ..I..8'U 1.11811.$17.j I I3I j ON STAGE-In Person Reserve for Taxes; Interest,

,es raNt or call St. >IUS ".:'',"'1I'1"r I -

I all Makm All M**>l.. !I I TflTAU LIAI"II.ITIFII" etc. _ 1,193,822.84
FOR SALE HeacliaSbiC ........... .......-.. owe IncludIng' auhi,r. Friday, January 20
1 lion .
tin. I"d n h II. a Interest & Income Collected
1946 CHEVROLET ('H '''. C. 11..111118.. Mhnwn below) I.907.I2H1"
I c...... MadlKOM.."..rk.. ,Pa. Xt 'j 1 1I Not Earned 723,41Q.58
IV- TON PICK-UP jI <*apltal Arrwal. _ _

TRUCK. I SELL YOUR TIMBER I II (r-nrlfnl 1 17r*1.ace iio onHurpliiH no Bills Payable . J. .. __ 70,000.00
ARKE REDDING CO. NOW I I f'nillvltlfd prndl lu.25H.4Z: ( '

Phone 51-W I Highest Cash Prices Paid HeMerve...*.'"...*.' And far preferredrapltal retirement scoop __, ; Letters of Credit ., .. 42,170.94

erry & Washington Sts. '!:! ; l4,7lii t Other Liabilities _ .. __ 1..__ .. __ __ 217.59
KENT' Clean ilenlrahl ..1"-1 OK IN UNIT CTH'NTH Z19.975, 1 DIRECT FROMHOLLYWOOD Deposits _ _ 346,016,204.48

furnUhnl (also anfu.nloK.d) I TOTAL 1. T A TtlT.ITIF.'J!' !
rtmt.nr''. Also cottac 4'olonlnl ANI" fAIMTAK AC-: : 375,758,939.77
301 W. .Madlpon.. If EDWIN W. PECKOr fdlJNTH: Z.H7,10H6K J
I John W. Turner +Thie bank' capital eonl On Our .
RENT: -cloB, In.: I unfurnlnbedIH I ,,1..1"l of: I Stage

t rom. hath it crnM P. O. Box 463 Common. .Iu..r clock with$23,000.00 total I FlorUla !National' Hank FLORIDA NATIONAL Florlilil SI1I1..nllll"'nk

'b. J. T Uulclejr. tlK3 Gainesville Fla. I par -.- -a O itt .I................ .. at .'..,'."...a
w............. GROUP BANKS
and l'CKtI.V(3S! ( >l O O I).' Assets "I..d..d or ..".Iwn_ r ot
t-lorbl-l :Nallimul" Hunk t l.rI.Ia'
It. ilsiehiry. card and I rd ti nrtnrc lln tilllttxand
mart.Imvl'l Ifrorgla.Nichols / II Send me a post for other "rPD..a UO.II'I7.3- ____ Tru.l (:'afllJV4fljf .ill ;Mciiihrr Kcjrrnl. |i<-|..M.lt lniuiniie <'<>rp. .t ....dl....
will come see you i -- -- 1 S .t tllnmlFlorl'lil

.,,:, 40.aer. farm labout II t. 8. Ii.: :"dk'h Jr.k.Cuehierof the .. .
r\ f.nredp. I-4alan'. ii,I H i io-pnoofnAPH abov* r ;' di ..ol'mnlvtw.er M rl ar.s .. 5-ro4.m PUKrNl.Ka. G..r.ai.diCIIA that the ahovo alatement I 110 hank JkTruwt : Morliln !National 1".10 t'l..rle"o1I11"nall".k: Trust ('.
a and tlm".r.
"". and eypr.a 010........... Uood .t.r. Kt.i:>t C Sit tptlI'tti'. trite anal that It fully. .sod..nr..r'lY'' tiLEY ('ornpuny ci ........... .. Ker M et at "r..t I'alm mnnny n....." .
.. the trite *fat of the
*. MatllMon St Htark repreeenf
"I' and ".d. i'I.niY Court
m..pl. .......
. tilt 'nr horn un.. M... J. i'. "verl matfer herein' contaInedanal mt lu.iii I-'loriiLi| Nail 'i Bank Kl..rkla. :Nafl<.tiul. ItankMt
.. 18-A. Ht.rk. .. volt HAUB: H.mln.eon porIchletypewrIter. pet forth to th. beat of my .. ..
etbier Rt t, Box knowledge and belie *> \ *t ll rl4 V r1 rl 1\. :lip 1-20 Urartford. extllnt County 1elegraph.ronnltlon.. j Corr.ct-Att*.t': .f Tj, Peek. Jr. ( FV.rldit. Bank \ (II( ar .Iala..llI..
$11. "
ft P. Mark ham. .. < bii.1.i r I'I..rl.l.all: l Hank Klfirbla' :>'..II..III&.k
I'.NT. tutor. *p.". formerly FUR KENT: lr. comfortabl 1-1' J U T..t .I llrllpl.1 rf. at <'..rl. flxklr: .
impcy [)umpty) ."1'0.. from (lie hrilrm. furn. apt. To lanpert apply) ..... P. A. Brlnnon.Dlrctor 1NETfl4 )1orila flankat rti.rliU National Hunk
rk Theatre. M. Walnut, Mt. Apply tot W Mad.i>n for key. ttAiyrKRATrO.sa >. Viirkla? Bank 1-l.irl.U.. flank .I lakrlaad
". F1r Urlll. ftp l a.I"o'nl.: ,. .I RaaellKlorida .i "'..,. .... J.. at l>elaadFTi.rlila
It DRIIIlMAKlsn.1 Tlr.'Irord. ">: '
8ALB: Arvin auto .atero..1 IU 5. Walnut. Ivr Sworn to and eahacrlhed before' flank H-.rl.la. Rank llank "Kli.rl U :">National ..k
*>. will Mil for 13* J. W. Bed 'n- Moor :lip 110 me I lhl''. 10th.(d* of January,&mU't .
lick lUmpton. Fla HP and I herebr certIfY that I i .. Orlaadi .> 4lark. at Yen.t ...... at Ker.*>dl..
1a. F'R KBNTl l-h.drm. houiH*. un-i'|an officer or dlrec.>r of thIs bank < !

.. I......... Ii, ..Iila. ..... f...... Hot water, Venetian blind HKAL: _- A. J. Thomux.. '
._. contact Wvley Thomas Wodorn/ con".nl.""*" K. F. Tounu.Htark Clerk of. r'lrcult Court. County .1'
Fred Moor.-.. Lawt.y Fla. lipS .. Up Bradford :state of Florid II .


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13 19 5 Q I IPA.GE

SIX --
western spates.B. White and her children Rodney i and Mrs. Spencer Crews of
(cow and poultry) and ceipts and expense. In that way
pure : and Lemuel of Commerce who ,
of spent
Y. Saxon, Pompano ka.
Inches of I can tell how much money we
with few we
covered It up a. HAMPTON
visitors of Dr. and Mrs.
have been
here last week, Mr.
several days
sol!. The asparagus crowns were make from hogs, chickens, etc., I During; the past week the i u\
have left on Nix this past week
then planted two feet apart, making -. right down to the last penny. We By Mrs. M. O. 8 'f *nejr and Mrs. Eugene Blrt 1 Tyre family moved to than J.,,
visit to Pompano. !Martin E. Grtmer Jr. andMrs. ?" I
DIARY sure fiat the roots were well : started to do it last year and keptIt a MJSgt. ; In White House
f spread apart. Thus, they were' up for a long time but finally Mr. and Mrs. T. J, Blanton and ) Grlmer and their sons Martin -

Sam McCarvey planted In a trench, and as they, got out of the habit But the rec.ords MRS. HORNE HONORED:.! children, Donna and Johnny of 3rd. and Harold arrived Sat-: Mrs. D. It. BenHley and 11, t
show Jettle Dees and urday from Little Rock Ark. to, Ruth Beasley of Lake. JJutli-i,
grow we will heap soil up around we did keep definitelythat A lovely family birthday dinner Tampa, and Mrs. ?
The author will be glad to rewive them to provide for good growth.It we lost money during '49 on wan given last Friday evening In Charlie Dees, of Plant City, were spend their leave between assignments dinner guests of Mr and Mi. I|

Items of Interest "_!'ern- may not amount to anything at chickens and made some un hugs. honor of Mrs. J. W. Home at the visitors here the past weekehd. .with Mr. and )Mrs M. E. W. Bran fieri at noon Sat m'UK

Ing the artlvltle. of farmer In all but we're hoping naturally We think there is no substitute home of her daughter Mrs Rob'tC. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Price, formerly Grlner. Monday Sgt. Grlner and Mr; and Mrs. C D. Seller

Bradford County. Suggeatlons( may that we will have a good yield, as for keeping accurate records so Barksdale In Starke. Congratu-, of Long Island, N. Y. who are Mrs. Grlner, Sr. made a' business "1.j

be left at the Telegraph office<< or fresh asparagus Is really a deli that you can KNOW from facts I Ilations and, attractive gifts were spending the winter in Jacksonville trip to St. Augustine. hosts at .a family dinner! s> Ct

mallml to Stun McGe r\ey. IJ ntey, cacy. I and figures Just exactly how much presented her on this occasion. were recent guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs.\ DeWitt Sinclairhad entertaining Mr and Mr... i

'. Florida. S. voiT make or lose on a crop or Price's sister, Mrs. Russell Dyal. the former's brother, E. O. Shaw and Joe Shaw of LIt', ,.
-- .
J' I' Cot our first cabbage out of the livestock. DOLL I'AKADKDuring Mr and Mrs. Edward Saxon re- Sinclair of Moultrle. Georgia as Mr and Mrs Johnny Outlaw ,.
School Assembly on Friday turned Monday after spending several their Friday overnight gueat.
I- Ida only produces about half of garden and don't know how good it
wedding ann their children, Pain and ,
Had our tenth and cosumed. we was as we sold It. but we'll have RURAL COMMONSENSE afternoon a parade of dolls days In Eau Gallie with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Davis, Jr. of Gw ,IJ; I
the eggs;
and poultry
vnrary this week on the farm of all ages. and sizes, was given! of Mr lyn Jo, of Hague Mr, and "M.
think that there Is a good chanceto lot and lots of it from now on. and Mrs A. S. Pope and family. Gainesville were guests '
celebrated by having fashioned strawberry kind make a fair amount of money Have to dust six beds of it with I by the girls from first through Mr and Mrs. Eugene Hall and and Mrs. W. N. North Sunday. Spencer Crews of Palutku

shortcake-the old from a couple of hundred of good DDT as the cabbage worms are appearing -( the sixth grades. Old. new large Misses Margaret and Lucile Hall W L. Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. P. S. Crews.

made with biscuits :whipped hens. We have 80 hens and pulletsnow now. Also want to set another THIS YEAR HAS BERN and small dolls were judged by the were Sunday dinner guests of Mr Jack Nelson of Jacksonville were Mr H. W. Pringle and het I''

cream, and nice ripe strawberries.luscious and It would be little more patch of it, but the soil is so GENERALLY:.! OOOI FOR I 7th and 8th grade girls and Em. and Mrs Milton Newman in Jacksonville Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Harry of Auburndale arrived Su.

Rradtord County work to care for another 120. But dry that we haven't been able to FARMERS: OF FLORID ojean Hall won the prize as having V Mrs. R. W. Brannen. day to visit Mr. and Mrs P )1

That Is really a dish "fit to set we've got too much on our hands attempt It One of our neighbors As with people In all other lines I the mOlt original one, a "ma Carl Dennlaon and Merrill Rho- Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews had Crews and other relatives ,n t I
before a king"Did of endeavor, this Is the point in jorette." The little mothers were den last week at Smith LakeIn their visitors last weekend Mr section
S. right now to get! any more chickJfor has decided to set some out this! spent aa
while at least week and water the plants. time for Florida farmers to Indulge :,all presented lollipops for their the home of. Mr and Mrs. J. O. I
not start the New Year off C5 I In a bit of retrospect and,, "youngsters", and enjoyed a jolly Lamoreaux.

tn true Southern style by having, and Planted rhubarb Celery and asparagus While out riding around saw a then turn their thoughts and ac- good time. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eddy of f fI
hng jowls and blackeye peas (I' tions toward the New Year with i I| Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Waldo, spent Sunday with Mr. and "
were assured by Hazel MatthewsAt this week. Planted rhubarb number of strawberry patches, hope and anticipation of !*; :: :; ft
White of Tacoma, Wash. will be 7I
Mrs. Horace D.
and If and whenIt
seed in flat
New Year's Eve party, given a each of which had a lot of birds I with t
by a her and Gene, that we would grows we'll trnnitplant it out In In It. We've had many of the few' Nineteen achievement.Hundred and Forty. Interested to hear of the arrival Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Griffin of, ld it
I .of their daughter Mickey Susan, Jacksonville, were visiting Walter' J
hive bad luck If we did not. May- rows and then we'll have some berries that have ripened so far .
I 'We're Nine has been a good year for on Dec. 29. The new baby la o. H. Griffin the 'of the
used to rhubarb early part ,
bo we will next year, as there leone good eating. eaten by the birds, and so we'regoing Florida agriculture generally. Of ,
grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. week.
North where I
thing a farmer can use a lot as grown up to try a novel method of
course, returns been lower
of. and that is luck. Funny, but you set out crowns and then havea keeping the birds out. If It works, than those( farmers received during Hess.I. Mrs. Florrie Belle Brown has

up North we used to have "pickled crop of it every year without we'll be glad to tell what it is; if the peak years of the war and N. Newell, who recently ,was bee a Jacksonville visitor this I

herring" to start the year off with. any more trouble But. here, be- It doesn't< and we won't be surprised the prices they paid for most confined for a week in Glendale week. S I

S. cause It grown/ Itself to death we If it doesn't then It'll be a things they had to buy have not I Hospital, Palatka Is very much II I I '

Well our White Holland pullet. understand that you must plantit I dark ex-Yankee secret. fallen In proportion and that I improved and his many friendsare "

tire now Installed In their refur- every year from seed. Planting' .e. worked in a sort combination of glad to see him out and about STATE FARM : 1 Vu

ni dyed laying house, and even If It celery Is JUHt an experiment. We Dug up some lupine plants to double-barrelled against farm again.

wall a lot of work It was worth it. planted it in a seed flat and hope !nee how they were progressing. A ers, but, still It way was a good year. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Van Alstlne nf; Mr*. Bryan \\hltflrld ,I

The house Is clean It has been disinfected that it will "make". few nitrogen/ nodules on the roots, Farmers received somewhat low have had as recent guests Mr. and

and whitewashed Inside But asparagus Is different We're but not many yet. Every time we er prices for many crops, but generally Mrs. Henry Hacking, of Lakeland, Mr and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell were I
level and very fond of the! doggone stuff look at the lupine field, '
and out; the roosts are we think their }
speaking returns were called to Winter Garden Mondayon '
the dropping pit Is screened to and it's so darned expensive to buy there's our corn growing there above costs of production. Some aonvtlle.I account of the death of the Jrh.t., 7lt tit
the blrda out of the manure; very often, that we decided we at And that la what la happening .
keep farmers suffered crop losses be- Supper ,guests of Mrs. T. C. latter's brother Thomas D. Mack.
they have fresh clean water and least would try to raise it we're fertilizing the soil so that cause of unfavorable weather, but Chastaln, Monday evening; of last Sympathy is extended. Hl

laying mash In front of them all here for our own use only. Bought the corn will grow well. the weather during most of the week were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. When Mrs. D. L. Nix' and little I l,

the time and the nests have wire three dozen (crowns and prepared' But before we cut under, we'regoing year was quite favorable.The Dowling of Daytona Beach. Margaret Nix returned home
it easier to keep the ground and planted It In this to Pride that black '
bottoms to make X put rascal outlook for 1950 is not as Mr. and Mrs Q. MacIntosh., Thursday of last week from Commerce CHAIN STORE BRANCH
them clean. And they also have manner. Cut up a rained bed 0' in there and let him get some
rosy as that of 1946 Florida agrl.culture's returned to Hampton last week, Georgia where they spent
40' at the foot of the kitchen -
and shell available too. garden feed out of It. We're afraid to
grit oyster with the tractor. Then dug it put peak year, but It appears after spending several months in the holidays with relatives they or any size store! [
Sure we've pent a lot of time any hogs In there for fear
all under with a fork and rakedit they'Uroot good for most crops when com their house trailer In the middle I were accompanied by Mrs. W. B. ,
on the chickens compared to the the lupine up and push it Into pared with
any year prior to 1945.
clean. Then dug two trenches -
mount of Income we get from I the next field. In tact It appears brighter than For lower maintenance. for fire solely, for structural' teoiitf
the length of the bpd four feet apart .
them, but we always have fresh : S.
was deemed possible several build it of CONCRETE BLOCKS. Its lower insurance rotes ond' '!
eggs for ourselves and all the making them about 12" wide Cut under the front half of our months TRANSFER AND greater resole value sucks it e sound investment. I
chicken we want to eat and some I and about 19"/ deep. In the bottom sedge grass field. The land had Few Industrial STORAGE CO. t
to sell besides. Then, too as Floe of the trench ,we put a lot of ma- not been worked for many :years as Items are classified Phone ...,...? for complete detail We deliver.,
scarce and much of the demand
and It was badly '
overgrown with backlog that built up during f We operate local r
FOR ALL TYPES OF briar bushes pine seedling, and the war has been filled, which ,.. '
weeds and bushes of all kinds but If ss::: it' AL t ,lr, A bag distance I CONCRITItItOCRSa1RICaSs1ASlS
CONTROLWRITE means incomes in 1950
I PEST are near enuorusJNONO
just one double-discing did a fair 'f'falADT.
present levels home-makers In V.S. Till
OR PHONE I Job cutting under. Now If wn can continue to have will ltl anywhere FLOOR. DIAIN AND ROO ,

FLORIDA PEST CONTROLand get a rain on It and It rots a bit, pay good prices enough for Florida money farm to Q) CELLENTSTORAGE J. yy t' .Jo ED' CONCRETE: AND CEMENT &

then we'll double cut It ,
CHEMICAL CO. again and products. M.lJ'. ;t a a w
then Blurt to make a permanent To obtain maximum success In '., :r1 MEETS ALL A.S.T.M. SPECIFICATIMSAIIIIIS +
2450! ( N. ALABAMA ST. TELEPHONE 2561.R pasture out of It
1950, however Florida qbl
farmersare 1 FACILITIES
I C. .
going to have to plan ,carefully :
Household Pests Did two Jobs of Kui.dingSiipply Inc. I
Termites Rodents All tractorlng for employ the most efficient methods Agents For ,
neighbors this week In
one case
Free Inupwtioni. and Estimates: Oivrn by (IratliiHteKntomologUtif the man wanted available In production of DelcherBros. See first! South
a patch cut underto their crops, take advantage of research us 103R-101S W. Main St.,
(I'ntvemity of Florida). I Improve the appearance of his ;

Dempsey II. !Sapp! Roy V. Rolg. place but the other fellow had us to results and make every effort GAINESVILLE FLORIDA

cut up some strawberry dirt so produce good yields of high ".0. Box 62 Phase 217.213
quality crop at the lowest possible -
that he could set some( runners. I coats. And, of course It l. -
He also had us plow
some fire
highly\ Important that they
lanes and also rut old .
as much as Is economically
rune patch.' After we started that 1
I possible of the food( and other
Job we knew why he had it done
things they need on the farm INSIDE. OUTSIDE.
FOR GROWERS AND STOCKMEN with a tractor. Cutting over cane I j Nineteen Hundred and Fifty
Hubble Is mighty like running the .
disc down a railroad track. 1 should bo a good year but It'd s\ .

\ largely, up to the farmer himself

. 't+ to make "o.
.w' While examining Joy our milk i '
f cow, this week with a neighbor discovered -

e.. ( that she had some ."wolfs"on

\y her back. They are large bumpj SUNNYBROOKn.v FRONT. ANDREARii''

h that have a tiny hole or wound
In them. When squeezed, a large wands Crosby

grub pops out Rend up on it and

think they were cattle grubs, Mr. and M'-n Leroy Lovel and ,, '

"which annoy cattle and damage daughter and his father, were visiting ta" ,,
the hides", Read that they can be friends In High Springs Sun.
y .w. controlled with rotonons spraying i ,
three limes and Mrs. Calvin Ward were
f the
iY I STYLISTS enthuse over rug. ,
s: F Also learned ,trmt Joy Is quite visiting Rev. and Mr. James tr
b 1 t definitely bred, and already have Llngerfelt in Middleburg Sunday. gedneaM, handling ease, luxury and

.1 vlslond of A pretty black heifer, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Crosby and beauty of this year's new DoJge.

time's .: but suppose we'll l get( another daughter Wanda were visiting Mr. ;:

Sy4't knoekkne.-i! bull calf like Pride, and Mrs. R. E. Mundorff in Starke r r
which will be all right too. Sunday r
Debris Newman was visiting her
awastmHRight : Did our first Job of whitewashing uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. .
| on the place this week, and are George Hf'rand..z. in Starke over \ -

quite pleased with the result. Used the weekend. I 1F

a regular krmcksark sprayer witha Rev David Thomas, pastor of \r//
Bordeau nozzle, and the proportion Keystone Heights Church win rI

now is when people who make their living of IIlx' pounds of lime to A visiting Mr. and Mrs J. R Kelly I
pound and a half of common salt .
last week
the land make their minds to what
from must up I !
and thinned with three grfllnnx of
Mrs. J. It Kelly and Mrs. Wm.
program of fertilizing and pest control they are going I water. Cost of doing the laying Crosby AVPT shopping In Jackson- I

to adopt for crops now maturing and those which | house was about 7."'> cents iind II'''villa last Wednesday _

they'll plant in the months to come. has Improved the of It''
appearance! We were sorry to hoar of Mrs I
,. .
There's no one fertilizing program for every districtor : great denl., Of cnursa. whitewash Hell John. death l last week Mrs. 3- _

every crop. The bug differ with the season. How will not lust long< but we think .. Johns wall MM. Rule Crosby's .5 S. Vn

can you find out what's the best thing for you-the plan I that by doing it onre a year that I I Step! Grandmother. Several people VALUE

that will net you the most when you como to sell? It will look better than not doing from here attended the funeral ,

The best answer to that question is your Wilson & anything. i at Long Bridge; Church Sunday .r

Toomer Representative. He lives in your district. He I 5Stile's ; morning. Coronet 4-Door S.dn

knows toil the bugs that bother four little pigs are coming'' The cane grinding and candy

Furthermore your he's, your trained crops to know what to do about you. along fine. They are pretty little pulling nt the home of Mr. and t

scamps and a regular four-ringed Mrs um Brown given by Mr and! will thrill like this DODGE!

them.Call him when you need his services Welcome his circus I to cMnlcal watch while In a little milking fat/ gilt Especially Mrs.night Marcus was well Conner attended last Saturday Nothing you year's

visits. In any one of a number of ways he can show who whirls around like mad, then .
you how ID1 AL Fertilizers and FASCO Pesticides 1 (gets dizzy: and falls flat on her til 'UAiojfi PJRMOH 'If... Ji.iiopaiiflA
| UMOjfj UI.XT 'Sjyj pus '"'r You could pay a thousand dollars more and
off in puss. We like and
caa pay you extra profit. hogs how but Orlando hospital every week. They

when fun to they're watch small there a lot of I, report Howard Is Improving.Mr. not get all the new beauty extra room .

Control Insects l and 5 and Mrs Marcus Conner famous / of this Dodge
W&T Fertilizers For and Janice Conner attended. the I ruggedness great new y a QI
your particular needs.dkeane with FAS( () Have few things (tomato plan tll sing near Jacksonville Sunday.

Pesticides: etc) set In our new "greenhouse". R<*v, Pierce qf Starke preachedat I "IDK" yon get the bead room. While] In the rear, a huge new pic-

GENERAL CROPS Dusts We Are going to start ourplantsIn Corinth Church Sunday morning I ,leg room .hip room *o you can ture window allow safer vision y ,

SpravH11A1TS there, where they will be protected and evening and was a dinner i r.- Sit naturally ride in. complete give a wonderful feeling of inte- YIJI'h' YAWIi

PASTURESPECANS from frost wind and birds. guest'of Mr. and Mrs L. A. Crosby comfort all day long. nor .spaciousness.i .

Know that you raise a lot of plantsIn I I On the aitoiJe Dodge' compact Drive the new Podge. .Fe..l.the
: : YOU11 TMRIIL to Dodge roominess YOU'LL lh. velvet. ._ hI -
a small place. Then, too THIU to **
STRAW11ERRIES Weed Control to grow some things In It expert Mrs O E. Crosby .entertained' I design' ivrg you the edge,; in park surging power: of the**big high- gasp are "knre-lcvel". far evmfart.Plrnlr ness of (vrol Fluid Drive.. r .i tGyroMollf

the summer by shading the during the young; people' and the Intermediate : ing, in buoy. traffic. compression( Get-sw.y Kngirw; of head sad hat room, elbow option) OB Cero.etOut

from the hot mm. plant Clas.v of Corinth Church : front a sleek new grille: the amazing smoothness of Dodge I and let room tool nodelt ai moderate extra co>..
with a marshmallow roast last I enhanrra Dodge ell-bred beauty. fluid }hive Come in today! '
W&T PRODUCTS AVAILABLE: : Saturday night:
See lot
a of
strawberries offered
\. &. ROIJERTS, FIELD.. REPRESENTATIVEItox for sale on the Our berries New Bigger Value I Ii
(\RI) OK THANKS Come In for a "MAGIC MILE"Demonstration
691 Phone 695: Red Ocala. Fla. are coming along; i
pretty well, We
wish to GYRO-MATIC
express Ride
considering all things Got to i
appreciation to each of the
our mulching material gatheredand many A>k any Dodge dealer for a "MafiaMile" .._.. .... IP
IEA14EKS to friends.and relative who were so Lew..r-polce4 .. r "" .. I. DODGE
the berry I'" teh. thoughtful and kind In assisting demonstration ride Prove h_ ...iftI...., .".IIeIa..4 M
Carl Johns, Starke C. A. McSwain. I.aw'leyALSO S. us In our recent bereavement. for yourself how mesh nor Dodge C._ asrl.hm. ct itv.4r. .1. .._ w.6
OCALA AND GAINESVILLE: Going to place our order for our live for your money In Manden.laeerla.
fruit trees through Miss ROMS, the Every thoughtful!< deed 'nd the and dependability l /vd a few datfan moN rhon the fow..f-prf<.d a it
beautiful floral
Home Demonstration many offeringshave
been a. rays of sunlight In
week. In the

WILSON &TOOMERFERTILIZER ting the land meantime ready ,then we're we'll get our you dark will accept hours. this We as hope our each heart.of NOW ON DISPLAY SEE IT TODAY!

plant, and In
practically no time at
felt thanks, as It Is Impomlble to

(tsii COMPANY glad all-two we planted or three a yearswe'll home orchard.be thank every onepersonally., May J. P. Roberts Motors
Gods' Ave
5S each of richest you. Blessings. be upon Temple Starke Fla.

Started the new !
yearight by .
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA .Roy Green and children A, L.
starting an account book of reO' -
1..Green Sr. and children. I i ---S I


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Ing pictures will be presented, the Baptist ChurchIt night a number of our friends and I ',.;:t..:: ....::': ',:::jl.3- ":: .:,,:;.:,; ".'.-' ''..',: ."".;:: -'" ..:..j:':,: :, 'f"" .. *>, I
titles of which are; "The Man Who fellow church members from Max
Forgot God" and "This Amazing Is still necessary to have two vllle and Long Branch called to offer SEK.MOX SUNDAY NIGHT at 7:3Q: P.M.: I

Universe" Sunday morning worship servicesat their. sympathy, \\'e greatly Ity :\Iroo. .=. A. Snpp I
L.Th.cJ1JcTISunDmn Sunday morning at the 11 o'clock the First Baptist Starke, as appreciate their good wishes. ,

l hour the sermon by J R. Hill, the crowds continue to overflowthe Richard Lang; accompanied his Our community was snddennd by "Snarls Sniffs Growls and Barks"FIRST I
,the local will be "The Bible
pastor present worship space during sons, Walter, Bill and Earl, and the death of one of our most beloved ,
and Its Use Today. There are the construction of the new auditorium (diuighters-ln-law to Lutz when I citizens, Aunt Bell Johns, I II
many common misconceptions concerning The public Is Invited to they returned after Christmas lie I
l lark's last Friday morning. She was a BAPTIST CIIURCH Hampton
the Bible
and Itsl8e.
attend either worship hour* came back home Monday and says devout Christian and until her I
There la a right use and that ia up
Episcopal Methodist Church At 9:43: the Pastor's message the fruit sales are slow ,I[Illness' about three years ago( ,
what Is needed Hob ; Pastor
today. Mrs. Zack Wilkinson 1 Is 111 Gray. !
E. Simmons B. D., vicar J. It., flit,. Pastor will be "Jesus the Boy", for the very which left her an Invalid. she vas
Our Sunday School attendance life of Christ The youth chorus at this writing.: I an active church worker Living -
day, January 15th: 8 a.m. Henry W. Neldig and family will moved up again last Sunday. Were directed by Mrs Mona Canova, We did not have our regular with us 82 years with her sweet

Communion. 9.49: : a m. present a unique service Sunday you 9:45.: there? Remember the time Is will sing during this service. night services last Sunday Due and loving disposition, never too Kible School at 10 A. :M. ItT.U.at 6:30 P.M.Gospelairps : .
School. Classes for all night at the 7-30: ( hour Accordingto The regular service begins( at to the shook of Leonard' death busy to help those in need, her
Nursery through Junior the Pastor of the Alachua Meth- us.You are Invited to worship with 11:00: with the raster's message Rev. Strickland was'unablo to deliver presence will be greatly missed bya ; kill sing at evening service-

odist Church this Is a most un being "Power At Jordan" the second the message. host of relatives and friends.
11 a.m. Morning Prayer and, usual and excellent service. Mr. in the series 'of messaged Clyde and Rudolph Wilkinson But we fed that It will be Earth'
rumen NOTICEThe
by the Vicar. ,' Neldig has a very fine testimony Church of Jesus Christ of "Walking with Jesus m 19r>O". The came Saturday night to bring the loss and Heaven's gain .
church Is open daily for to offer His 12 year old son will Latter Saints adult choir will bring special music ad news of Leonard's death and Mrs Truba Hodges Is vliltlng r ..
Day will hold Sunday -
and meditation. play several numbers. Two mov- School and Church directed by Mrs. Lucille Green ,to offer assistance and sympathy. her sister, Mrs. Ruby Thomas of
services with Mona Canova organist. As far as we can learn, all inthis Floral City
at 10( a.m. and Communion Ser- f" ism
During the Happy Hour serviceat : section who were sufferingwith Miss Ida Merritt who Is nursingIn
fIRST BAPTIST CHURCH StarkeRev. :vice Hall at Call 6.30: ( p.m., In the Masonic 7:30: Sunday evening the piano. mumps and flu are about well. Gainesville, Is homo for a few .,'
on Sunday un- ,
Lewis I>. liaises. Pastor til organ duo of Mrs. Morse and Mrs Mrs. Belt, our mother, was Improving days.
further notice. Everybody wel
''come. Mann will toad in the singing of I In health very well; could Little Johnnie Carroll who has
requested hymns and choruses i manage a few steps alone. Wewere
"!. The Heart of Town And In I been sick atr! his grandparents, Mr. j
The HrarU anxious for her to walk
: :
youth choir will bring special very
rON'GREOATIONAL. and Mrs Ira Merrltt'n, was able
of The People" music. I so she could I learn how Florida
M TIIODIST oirncii to return Sunday to his home In .. \
I really looks. Saturday she waR tryIng -
Sunday School meets at 9,43: for Jacksonville with his parents, Mr.
l A Southern Baptist Church For AU People Serv.ce every 7rst and third devotion and Bible study with E, to move from her rocking and Mrs. Dick Carroll.
Saturday night Sunday morning chair to a wheel chair father had
C. Mann Jr Superintendent of the Mrs. Ana Mae Frederick of Mobile
I and St.nday night, 11 a.m. and made for her. when aha accidentally -
Worship 8t45 II
a. .
Hour 7:30nday school
Happy staffed by more than 80( Ala. was visiting her parents,
-hool-9:45 ,,8 p.m. at Congregational Metho- teachers and felt and Injured her back and ,
TraJnlnJr1.nlon:4S officers.Training Mr and Mrs J L. Johns Saturday -
I die Church on Brownlee Road.- right leg again. At tha present
l1Idwt'ekn" Wrdnefday, I:" t.. M. Unions gather at 6:43: : ,, and Sunday She also attendedthe t
Rev. Ernest Griffli, pastor. :she cannot sit but she still
with Mrs. C. O. Director
Priest funeral I of her grandmother, .'

WO GREAT SUNDAY MORNING SERVICES: AIRPARK MISSIONARY. for the devotion and program with I hopes to walk.Phcnothlazlne-. \Mrs. Belle Johns. 'Sunday It

BAPTIST CHt'RCIISunday Unions for each age group.Midweek Is very effective Mr. and Mrs Bill Richardson ..
Flrxt 8er\le 9:1,1 a. m. .J..u the
Boy" service held regularly jln i I eating cattle for Internal of Jacksonville were dinner gue..l.of .
Regular Service 11:00 a._m.: "Power Jordan" School 10:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:13: : with Bible Study]j parasites. I I the E A, Sapps Sunday. ,
Evening Happy Hour 7:30 p.m.: "Grace-or Kl-r":I Morning Worship 11:13: : a.m. led by the Pastor. '*J '\. ,
Eevning Service 7.30: p,m. A cordial invitation Is extended I p
r ., Prayer Meeting each Thursday to residents and out of town vis- ',"ASK iNE MAN wH0 KNOWSYOUa WATCHMAKER! ,
"Visit The Church With. The Visiting r Pastor" 7:30: pm.Rev. itors to worship regularly where I I| .

L: 0. Hemingway Pastor. there la always a welcome for the ( WArCfI

,_ _,__________ '_ ____ --.--.. stranger, at the First Baptist !

Starke.At The TabernacleAdding : I If REGULAR ,

Rebuilt to the Interest of the ; p ,.1.1r
weekend services at the Taber CNE

nacle, Mr. and Mrs. Loveludy and f j NEW REFRIGERATOR HAS DE LUXE FEATURE
son Edgar, of Kalamazoo, Mich,
arrived Sunday afternoon and were i The spacious Interior of Incesnationat Harvester Model 11.84 is in-

present at Bible School and con- : My personal Inti'ffrlly and prur"wion, hocked i pressing housewives every here.Actual capacity is 8.4 cubic feet.Rigid
IT ducted the evening service. The : by 40 yearn of xpcrli-nrp In Hn Ualth ire- beveletl-cJge steel shelve, designed for maximum food storage, maL.'

Loveladys (talented Musicians pairing. Is your play the accordion, mandolinbanjo can be shifted to suit housewife's convenience. Fifty pounds of frozen

t ONLY greatly and piano used and In solovox.Bible Conferencesand They'arc Ed Simpson foods fit in the full-width freezer compartment. Added. storage space 1 I.

1 other Christian gatherings.The Seaboard U.K. Watch Inspector provided by the Pantry-Bio,which holds 26.1 quarts of unrefrigeratej
.. 50 foods.
congregation{ ,was thrilled JEWELRY'
? by the spiritual number on solo- GEM
vox and violin, many remaining Farm Home & Auto SupplyStarke

3 ]'I.'I.L after the service for request 1 ,
e l-Ytir Strvlot tusrasts
*. a MEW aster LiiiIiui C.1f pieces. .I'la.

NEWI-s.deentr.I. I.RICE The Loveladys have Visited here '6 ., ., r.r _
NEW alrplsnt lutes before and are always) welcome .
!* carrying cat. guests. They are on tour of the I
EASY TERMS z...!. !!:.!!! !.I- State and will probably be at the

Llktrtl' Traat-ld AIUwi.e. Tabernacle again in the near future -
' for a longer stay.
Watch for announcements. for
412 West Forsyth St.,
Jacksonville Florida. other. special 'speaker and services -

I would like a free home demonstration of a I
DEMONSTRATION beautiful rebuilt Singer Sewing Machine complete Presbyterian Church

for $34 50. I
The Rev, Charles Embrle, D..
,_ USE COUPON EJIIIIr Name ._. _,. _....... .-..- r _. -- -. C.

,...: ., Address .... .......__ ..__...._....._..... ._. _. of Penney Farms, will\ preach at

., Mitv .- -, ..._.... j... State ,. __ 11 a,m. He will continue as supply J
.. 6 ., pastor for the next several weeks
+_-w,.._a.--.nwo_,. e.e"------.ee.-----eua.--.e y The Church School, with Miss.
Evelyn Stump as Superintendent
will convene at 9:45: a.m. Persons v
of all ages, from nursery to adult,
are Invited to attend the class of
their age group. There Is a fine
group of qualified teachers for all

I classes I .
Never B-U-Y Before You T-R-Y Singing ConventionThe

Bradford County Singing
Convention will meet all day Sun-
day, Jan. 11' with Fairbanks Baptist -
J Church. Everybody invited (
and requested. to bring a well- : ta

ftiled bosket, Mrs W. C. McCord. N''" ( t

1 / 1 PEYTP'.COST.L HOLINESS10th ic- I

ML and Temple Ave. .
Sunday School 9.45; a. m.; MornIng .,. e.I r
Worship 11 a. m.: Evangelistic

YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR, YOUR MONEY BACK Services 7-00: p. m. Everyone


Sunday Sunday School Mas 9:13 11:a.m.am. AMAZING FACTS Guavas grow so easily

Dressed & DrawnRYERS lb. Tenderized 16. Week Day Mass 8:30: am. in Florida that few actual


39c PICNICS 29c : at 7:45 Study: I* every Wednesday groves eXist. Most of the supply ;

CHURCH OF GOD Average Vitamin C content of guavas is for Guava Jelly comes from

reused & Drawn Sliced RindlessBreakfast Rev. L. S. William. Pastor wild trees.
8th .A: St. Clalr SU. exceedingly high. Florida guavas could
lorida HENS lb. 39c BACON lb. 25c %
Sunday School 10( a.m. easily supply the entire world's needsof
Sunday Morning Worship 11 *.m Yet under cultivation
this vital vitamin.
loneycombIEEF Sugar CuredBACON Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m.
Y. P. E. Service Tuesday 7:30: p.m guavas will yield an amazingcrop.

TRIPE-lb. 15c SQUARES lb..23crmour's' Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.m
Trees mature in 3 to 5

LONG BRANCHBy F Florida guavas could supply enoughvitaminrich years, bear fruit year round, will

Roll Sausage 1 lb. roll 23c Mrs. J. L. fttrlcMand8GT. baby food for all the babiesirTthe grow in almost any kind of soil.

United States.

Celery, stalk 7'c' Bell Pepper, lb. 15c Garden lb.Fresh English ISc LEONARD STRICKLAND = Research at the University of
Peas, Our ion, Leonard K. Strickland.
I Sweet suffered a fatal heart attack on Miami indicates the possibilityJIj

ukes, lb.J.- 7Yc. Potatoes, 3 lb. 25c Gr. Cabbage, lb. 3c Jan. 7 while visiting his sister and Amazingly versatile as a food..delicious
family. Mr. and Mri. England, in that a great industry
NCLASSIFIED DOZEN Florence Ala. as a fresh fruit..guavas make fine guava

Leonard ha* been In the U. S. can be developed in Florida
jellies canned fruit beverages frozen .oo
47c Army for a number of years, but ,
resh Country Eggs at the time of death was to be food,dried fruit, health food and flavoring. facts are available for all who
retired. Ha has been stationed at

Ft. Bennlng. Oa. for some time. are interested.
He wa 38 year of age.
each 303 Can Llbby'sarge

SUPER SUDS 19c FRUIT COCKTAIL lacIIJ of He Ft.leave Bennlng his wife; his Johnnie father:Mae and Easily processed. guavas freeze with

Can; Rosedale lIunt's halves Bartlett stepmother, Rev. and Mr, James out loss of flavor or vitamins. can be FREE INFORMATION: Art abstract wrwym -
Strickland, Maxvllle; one Don, and
commercial possibilities of Florida Cuavas based
ream Style CORN lOc PEARS, No. 2can 3lc one brother, Alonzo Strickland, preserved, canned, frozen or dehydrated. on(University of Miami 'findings will be sent, on
Gilroy Calif.,; three sisters, Betty
of Jacksonville; Fay, of Florence :
'Hunt's YELO Ala., and Minnie Lee. of Dale City
!SUJAR( S zer's Calif.; one uncle Rev. Raymond Research"Good

. i 69 CaliforniaCATSUP Strickland, Webster; one aunt. I \ CIMMJT
C Florence Horaaby, Starke; and I
5 LB. COFFEE many other relative and friend I potential source of a commercially ., ,.J'
TWO 14oz.29c to mourn his departure. I ...
IJOTTLES Mr*. Florence Hornsby, \Wilbur I IHornsby. feasible. vitamin.rich live-stock feed. MIAMI"
1 pound vacuum pack can -
Mr. and Mr.. Lester Hall I I I FLORIDAJAN
WITH ORDER Every Pound GUARANTEED To Give 29c of Starke pent Sunday afternoon'I
The FINEST In Toffee Satisfaction I with the J, L Strickland.*. Sunday ,

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Charges Arise I Trial Transcript I named "White Bluff". I False Ideas About Cancer And Remedies F ISH N '. SUNl
They called themselves the "As
Dispelled In1' New Series Of Bulletins -
From Accident Is I
Weighty Affair, sociation of French Emigrants for F
North Of Lawtey Totaling 438 Pages the Cultivation of the Vine and Some people believe that a single'I cer of specific sites of the body.
I Olive", but their attempt at olive I Injury. such as a blow In the I'I One of these Is on cancer of the ROBBINS''
Jesse Edward Buono of Laurln- A 438-page' transcript of record and grape culture was a complete breast, can:" cause cancer. breast, a second la on female reproductive
burg, N. C was hospitalized with the largest ever prepared .n the failure The Indiana taught them Some believe that cancer Is organs, a third on the digestive -
the result of hereditary that parents pass it on I I tract, and a fourth on the
erlous Injuries accident as north ofLawtey office of Cierv or the Circuit how to grow corn and beans, but to their children. mouth and respiratory tract. Later
an automobile Daniel Paring Court of Bradford County was: when they discovered that througha Others beleive that cancer Is pamphlets in the series will discuss Howdy, folks. Here Is your I '
last Friday ,
:McCnlllnter. also of L-aurlnburg,Flor-ida surveying error they had built generally Incurable and that thereIs I ',, cancer of the genitourinary flsh'n reporter back with a few Final Clearance!
who was driving the car In :which their city outside the chartered nothing the Individual can do to tract and skin cancer. choice bits of) the fish gossip. '
protect himself and his family.All I "Through personal alertness to t
received a drifted ,
Boone was Injured I boundaries they away I story to be entirely -
the complete proceedings guarantee eyery
prided these false beliefs and many the signs and symptoms of) early
broken leg. either returning to Fiance or settling Well, most of the
!of the trial of George Wolfork. others are dealt with In the first I cancer, American people could pre- true. (
The accident occured when the D. Robinson, and Walter In Mobile or New Orleans time, anyhow!) .
Jr. L. five of a series of popular pam- vent up to 100,000 unnecessary ON ALL WINTER SHOES
car. traveling north on U. S. 301. trio of convic- This fragment of) history has !
I McDonald negroes> phlets on cancer, publication of I cancer Deaths a year, "according Boy, the fish are really hitting
with an automobile driven been used In the film to play :
collided ted of first degree murder In the up which Is announced by John L. to Surgeon General Leonard A. now. I believe they would even
by W C McCord of Starke as the I slaying of D. L. Silcox here last the noble former members of Napoleon's hit hook. I this
I Thurston, acting Federal Security Scheelo of the Public Health Service an empty guess
mAde left hand turn from court, and the rough and
latter a
whetted their
spring. Agency Administrator. I "Without becoming a nationof cool weather has up
the highway onto a graded road. Attorneys for tne negroes have ''ready frontiersmen. The pamphlets, which were prepared cancerphobes, we can learn and appetite. Ideal situation: "Per- '" -
State Highway Patrolman HalP. I appealed from the verdict and I' by the National Cancer Ins- apply the few simple precautions fect weather, no wind, and hungry ; \ Formerly 5.95
.Gillfn. who Investigated the accident sentence of the Circuit Court, andIt Starke Woman titute of the National. Institutesof that every citizen ought to know. fish". ,
has preferred charges of was necessary to prepare the Sentenced For Selling ) Health, Public:: Health Service, ,Watchfulness for possible cancer ,
reckless driving and violation of transcript for study by the Supreme emphasize that early cancer Is symptoms should be as commonplace Mr Gibson of) Keystone Heights .." NOW 3.88
right-of-way against McCord. Mc Court. A copy was also .Child For $8 frequently accompanied by warn and matter-of-fact as watch- came home Tuesday with a beau- "'- "
Calliater will face charges of driv- submitted to Attorney General ing signs and symptoms, and that Ing the traffic lights while driving ty. The scales tipped at 11/e 1 ,
ing without a current driver's Richard Ervln. and to each of the Mrs Mabel Sawnson, 24. of persons who can recognize them a car. If you notice any of the"pounds-a perfect beauty. Her- ; Formerly 3.98 & 4.98$
license. defense counsel In the case. Starke and Chicago who testified and obtain prompt medical atten-. signs or symptoms there Is no man Geiger of Starke came In justas l 1
she sold her baby for $8, was sen- tion can usually bo cured. cause for panic. They probably we were weighting In the big
Cool) Spat Delays) In New Film tenced in Cincinnati. Ohio to from The first of the publications, signify a condition other than can-I f one with a fish weighing 5 4a NOW 2.88Formerly
Bradford Berries one to three years. "Ca.ncer--what To Know, What cer, but to make sure go to your'pounds. Mr. Gibson fooled l Ma
At Florida, Sunday Assistant County Prosecuter To Do About It", is an Illustrated physician for a thorough examina- with shiners down In Lochloosa -
Bradford strawberry growers I The historical background of Melvin Rueger told the court the folder that describes the cancer tion. The best safeguard, especially while Mr. Geiger rounded his up 2.98
experlenc.d the heaviest day of Republic's "The Fighting Ken- young woman! left her 10-day-old process, the known facts aboutIts if you are over 35, Is to have a with a Johnson spoon.
the season so far Tuesday when tuckian", which will occupy the son under an automobile In a causes and approved methodsof complete physical examination: at Mr. Scarbro of Starke was with NOW 1.99
]50 crates reached the market, I screen at the Florida Theatre Sun- parking lot last June 3. treatment, and lists the most least once a year." !I Gelger. He lout. a Brooks Bait No.
riling for a $9.85 average. day and Monday, proves that even usual signs of possible early can- Dr. Scheelo explained that the In the mouth of a big one. A-
said she sold the baby to
Last Friday, Jan. 6, 129 crates ,over a century ago the American She cer. As listed In the folder these five pamphlets were published In 14 30 minutes later Geiger lost .
reached the market and were sold I pioneers were Internall a Detroit couple. Include: response to a widespread demandfor same Johnson spoon In the
nt an average of $0.25. ed. Judge Thomas H. Morrow of 1. Any lump, especially In the a simple, clear explanation of same spot. All we can say Is, I EXTRA SPECIAL r'Girls'
Another 1.10 crates are expected I The story, which nal-mlnd-I Criminal Court sentenced Mrs. breast what cancer Is and how the Indi-("Some fishVe! know another
to be marketed today, but recent Wayne, Vera Ralston, Swanson on) a charge of child Abandonment 2. Irregular bleeding or discharge vidual can protect) himself and his I sure thing. There's one fish in
cool weather has delayed the riP- .and Oliver Hardy, deals with the according to an AP from body opening. .> family against this second most'Old Field Pond; with a sore mouth. Slipover SweatersAll
rning/ fruit and volume .will not settling of four townships In Ala- dispatch from Cincinnati. 3. Persistent Indigestion. common cause of death. Numerous i .
materially Increase until near the bama by 310 French families, Na- 4. Unexplained changes In bowel requests for such materials have Last week four of our I local
end of the month-and perhapsnot poleonic exiles who in 1817 ar- Rites SaturdayFor movements. I also come from State and local I"Fisher Boys" came staggering In Wool' --- $1.00
then, depending on the wea rived at Mobile to make their 5. Unexplained weight-Ions. health agencies which now conduct under a load (of fish)-literally
ther. headquarters In a small community Mrs. Mosley 8.. Chpnges In color or size of cancer education programs as an speaking, too. Twenty-four boss. .
.... .. a mole. |Important part of their public'Ion one string ls a load in anybody's
Mrs. Mavis Thornton Moaley 32, 7. Any sore that does not ;health work. language All these were caught.
pf Lawtey, died In Shadycrest Hospital promptly. heal,I| All pamphlets In the series on plugs. Their names: Frank Special For This Fri. & Sat. Only ILADIES'

early Saturday morning. She The other four pamphlets, which warn against reliance on diet, pills, and Woodrow Cox, ,Gene Dykes,
BHTVALUE was a native of Union County and were prepared In cooperation with or other "cure-all" remedies In the and Red Stalling.
had resided near Lawtey all her the American Cancer Society, discuss treatment of cancer, and empha- r. .
life. She was a member of the In simple. Interesting lan- size that science knows only three I Everybody's doing It! Catchingfish Nylon Hose 69c
Methodist Church. guage but with scientific accuracy ways to cure cancer: Surgery, X- that is. The next time you
Surviving are her husband, I _the. essential facts about can ray, and radium or radon gas. feel dejected and blue as all "get
Clyde Mosley; three half sisters, out", get out and go fishing. Jim IRREGULARSROBBINS
Shop at Koch's & Get More for Your Money I Mrs Lizzie Thornton. Mrs. Carrie I
Murphv "Let's go Fishing"says
Thornton, and Mrs. Mary Thorn- Earlier The Payment, Earlier The Refund, : "It Is better to go flatting

LOOK AT THESE DOUBLE-VALUES ton three brothers, Edward Collector Of Internal Revenue Says! with your son than to go huntinghim. '
Thornton Lesery Thornton, and ."
LUSTER-CREME SHAMPOOwith William Thornton, and one half-I Income tax returns now are due Ings. This one Is designed for So long until next week.Mee .
brother W, J. Thornton, all of with the deadline for filing set at I|those wishing to take advantage
HAIR DRESSING $1.00 Starke. midnight, March 15. of standard reductions rather than -
Funeral services were held at That Is the word being sent out Itemize such things as contributions THE STORE OF VALUES
Richard Hudnut Permanent Refill with 2:30: o'clock Monday afternoon In by John L. Fahs collector of Inter- Interests, etc. I the new 1950 Remington i
adding machine on'
display at
the Plnegrove Methodist Church nal revenue, who reminds the general The long form-((1040)) Is for taxi
Creme Shampoo . . $1.50 with Rev. 3. C. Arnold officiating. public that "every man woman payers wanting to Itemize all de I Bradford Coimty Telegraph. .
Interment was In the Plnegrove or child" who received $800 or -- -
Woodbury LOTION & SOAP 29c Cemetery under the direction of more during 1949 must make a re- ductions.
Key.McCabe Funeral Home. port. T AR'.L I N G C
60c Wildroot CremeOilwith Those who file early, will get W.C.T.U. HOME STARK :
I Post Office Receipts early refunds-If the payment w S
60c Shampoo . SC too much. said the collector. TILE VERDICT OF TilE AC.ES. OWNED FLORID Jj
Show Slight GainsGross "TEMPERANCE MEANS,
Amount, of Individual I earnings FIItST, MODERATION I N grocery& Market
$1.00 Value Pepsodent receipts at the Starke post and taxeu withheld are recorded HEALTHFUL." I\DULO: ENe E,
69 C office in 1949 showed a slight gain I bv all employers'who must furnish ANI SECONDLY, ABSTINENCEFIIOM ,.
, Toothpaste with Toothbrush over 1918. Postmaster F. F. W-2 form. This form must be THINGS OANGEKOrs, SPECIALS }'OIi THE WEEK ENDING JANUARY .14th, 1950 .:
attached to the return, which I
Stump announced yesterday. I can. AS TilE USE OF INTOXICATING
h>. THESE ARE JUST A FEW GOOD VALUESr Gross receipts in 1040 totaled not be processed unless the W-2 WINES." WE RESERVE TilE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry StreetsGood'n'

;., COME IN AND LOOK AROUND was$$29,454$28,894.93., while the 1948 flguie I form Incomes Is sent may In, said be reported Farm. on one I'I (XENOPHON 300, "B. C)

of three forms-1041A. short form,
: OUR PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT Included in the total Is the sale 1040 and long form 10. 0. The first i -'" ,- .
of stamps and stamped paper, such I Is the I I Meaty !
s simplest and Is for those
IS AT YOUR SERVICE as envelopes, etc., and rental from having a gross Income of less than I Neck Bones

AT ALL TIMES post matter office mailed lock without boxes and stamps all I statements$5,000 as shown from withholding: MORE PER LB.Limit. 5I,
or not more than $100
under permit.Alvarez ( 5 Ib.)
I from other Income sources. On I
this form the collector compute FARMALL
Observing56th the tax. He then sends a bill to .

'. Phone 53 AnniversaryAnother was the taxpayers withheld, If or more a check Is due If there than',' CUB A-JAX CLEANSER (Look! Look! Look!) :- 2 for 3 3MORTON'S : ;

was an overpayment.
milestone will be chalked -
up by Alvarez Store on January Short form 1010' may be filed by
13 when It pauses the ftSth anniversary any taxpayer, regardless of) earn- TRACTORSSOLD
SALT -------3 for 25
of) Its establishment on TOURIST I - -
January 15, 1891. CLUBThe
KOCHDrug Now operated by W H. Graham. Starke Tourist Club held Its
grandson' of the founder, J. M,
regular meeting: Thursday night,
Alvarez, the store I I. this week announcing /
January 5 at 8 o'clock at the
I Its annual. anniversary American MILK ARMOUR TALL
sales event. {I Legion Hall. .BY LOCAL 2 19
The meeting was opened by W.
(Limit four '
I I Mr. Graham attributes the es I S. Sibley, president The flag CANS
Store tablishment's long life to Its policy were placed In position and the
\ of serving" customers with qualIty Pledge of allegiance was given. DEALERD .
merchandise at reasonable Routine business was transacted.
L--_._.__,__....;._ .. .,._._ __._ 'prices The meeting was turned over to 4
- - .... Mrs. W. H. CRANBERRY
- Nollman entertain- SAUCE
_ ....... -_-_-_-_-_-_-_ _-_... ment chairman.The DECEMBER Spray Brand 14)j)

? Opening of New I Introduce guests themselves.were called'upon In the stunt to
..W' HAT contest, prizes were award to I CONTEST !

i and Sales Yard Young Mrs. Janie and Roy Avery Dugglns.Mrs. Bridge Jessie THAN i OLEOMARGARINE, Sweet Sixteen Brand, lb. 1 IS

canasta and Chinese checkers
were enjoyed. ANY OTHER '

WHERE? 2 mi. south of Keystone Seven Into new the members club. They were were welcomed DEALERThroughout '

Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Humphreys, TRIPE'SWIFT'S' 39 I
Heights on Highway 21. Hackensack, N. J.. Mr. and Mrs. '
Anton Kovary. Jamaica I.. I., Mr.
and Mrs. F. Moody R. I. and R.
Look for the sign. E. Sherman. Adams, Wis. FLORIDAAnd
j Coffee and sandwiches were I

her served committee.by Mrs. Bertha Pearce and|! Churngold OLEO. (colored sticks) lb. 3S

WHEN ? Sunday, Jan. 15. SOUTH - -

GEORGIA.. WHITE BACON Center Cuts lb. 23
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WHO? Lei Lani Nurseries. W-H-0, ? ,

O Flat Cans 1

: t W-H-Y ? d-
I Wide assortment Camellias, Azaleas, Fruit and Nut Trees. ar ine1t: ;,

House rtants, Evergreens Palms Shade Trees etc. SEE OUR AD


j CABBAGE Fresh Green & Tender lb.
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F r e e 11I* z e s Nothing To Buy! You Don't Insurance FARM HOME ,

Have To Be There To Win,!

fitted to your needs AND AUTO SUPER SUDS or FAR, Large Boxes each 21

// you can't make it Sunday we're going to repeat this on Charley} E. Johns ,

Thursday, January 19th (The day of the Annual R. E. A. j Agency SUPPLY
Pho. IS c
STARKK. FI.A.C.pe.et&e.

meeting), 114 West Call St. I__ GRITS ([::: :; 5 LB.I 19 I

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