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: February 24, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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cho Motel Was 'Hurry U p' Construction :I,I Hearing MondayIn Red Cross Drive,' $200,000 Freeze Damage

-ci fa newest motor court, around for a possible location for

ncho Motel located one a motor court. Early In Decemberhe Hodge Slaying; Begins March 1 ; 1

of town' on U. B. 301, came to Lake City to Interviewthe

_ to the traveling publicry owner of a piece of propertyIn Estimated In Bradford ; "

8, Just two months which he was interested there. Nations HeldKenneth Quota $2,037Volunteer

property was first cur vey. He missed connection with the .

ember 6. man he wanted to see and droveon
Nations, 33-yearj-old war
ntractors to Jacksonville to "kill time". workers. entrusted I I
Hall & Ed-
veteran Is In the Bradford County
He noted from a road map that with the responsibility of raising Russell Green Who Took A Shot" Nut
hed the job Jto comple- 1 tall for the third time In the last I Berries Blitzed "Long Tung Crop
6 days and received a he could return to Lake City via Bradford County'a 1930: Red Cross
12 months--this time charged with
Holds Before Freeze Radishes
Some It. F. ( )
finishing: three days un Starke and decided to do so just i fund quota will meet for a kick- I
the fatal shooting of his brother-
to see more of the country. When off dinner In the Methodist Church
caned limit of 49 days
in-law. Ott Hodge 43. But Yield Held Total Loss
ner, Ray Strong Is well he arrived in Starke he "liked the' education building Tuesday night. May M y w ;;

1th his location and the looks of the town", went to see F. A preliminary hearing; in the Feb. 28 at 7:30: o'clock. All those l

C. local real estate cane, started here Monday by connected with the drive will meet
I that has been accorded I Hollingsworth ,
court since its opening. dealer bought a piece of property I state's Attorney T. E. Duncan but with the exception of members ot Another CropWhat All Truck KilledEarly

., however, that his being just south of the State Farmers' uncompleted because of the absence the Junior Woman's Club who are

Is "Just by a-cticr.; :" I Market, and "never did get back of an Important witness, holding a separate' meeting, to receive
formerly owned and to Lake City".' will be resumed next Monday. In coaching for soliciting In the the Frlday-through-Mon- last Friday morning Fred
ng the meantime Nations and his. BradfordCounty's Flume veteran Stark farmer and
residential of day freezes have done id
Is In
S retail men's clothing El 'Rancho Motel modern
| a
wife the former Doris Brosky. strawberry grower, loaded his
indoor Canada, but was every rerpect.' Each unit has tlec Jack Trawlck, who was recently current strawberry crop ,
are being held In the county jail la anybody' guess. Too many factor gun and went out In the field to
I retire a couple of years trio steam heat a complete named to head the 1950( fund drIVe
without bond.According v involved for accurate shoot roblnll.He'd .
ctor's order He went tile bath and furniture Is by the states that the county's quota has are an
to Deputy Sheriff R r'summation of the loan -Drr been out only a very few
and, soon tiring of loafed Hartmann Manufacturing Co of been set at $2,037. described as the -
V. Alvarez, the shooting occurred minute when he came to a sudden
a drive-In resturant Starke. Each room has a differentcolor "bare minimum"' needed to continue Reports have ranged from a 23
afternoon at the decision-he might just a*
early Saturday
j there. This particular scheme which Is carried out operation of the Bradford I percent loss' to bloom and fruitIn
I Hodge home about 3 1.2 miles well let the robin have 'em.
did not appeal to him, BHO! In the furniture and in the Chapter in the ensuing year Ha some fields, up to 73: percentIn
!sofatheast of Starke. The sad fact slowly dawning on
and he began looking tile used In the bath. stated that 80( percent of the i others. The size. of the plant
1 It Is stated that Mrs. Hodge'sbrother Mr, Flume was likewise realized,
and whether not the field hall
amount raised remains with the I or
I Newton Brosky who about that time, by strawberry
I been mulched are! among: the many
local chapter for use In this county.

1800 Registered With 3 Days works ,In'his wife Gainesville, and their brout'htNatlonll three! Although some chairmen far, I loss.factors Large governing plant the protect xtentof their the growers Fickle all February over Bradford wall up County.to its! "

children over from Gainesville outlying districts have not yet been old! trick again. The berries "was
named, Mr Trawlck announced: bloom and fruit, and berries that
when he returned from work about the following who are assisting ', are still "on the ground" ((1. .. not froze.
efore Leave Precincts noon Saturday. Deputy Alvarez i And not only strawberries fell
Boob mulched) are lean vulnerable to
with drive
the :
|said that witnesses stated Nations I'I|the ravages of frost. victim to thin eleventh hour blitz

jj'ad" been drinking and was cursing. Advance Gift Committee: T. H. of Old Man Wintersome 800 to
\Iwhen Slade, Mrs. J, M. Smith, Mrs. Edward Although the freezes will rrean I 1,000 of tender truck
pn the incomplete reportsty easier. on the registrant to do so, ordered to atop by Hodge, acres young/
supervisors In seven as. he 'can register in his home precinct Nations Is said to have gone to Burns, and Guy Andrew. ,,a lull In operations for several ,crops were burned as black a* if

( jrht county precincts it Is with little or no waiting and the car and armed himself with Out of town businesses: W. weeks, growers had already almost fire had swept the field, and 1.2OO

that clone to 1.300 per- without the Inconvenience ef a his 12 gauge double-barrelled Sewell' chairman. B'I I| harvested Ute "first crop", acres of blossoming tung tree.wt'rA *
and production would have ,\Ir1VII. OltO\\ lun out Brooker Pictured above la Rua-
gone way.
Oil distributors Cliff thrown for is described
: what
ire registered with only special trip to the county cou..thoulle. shotgun. He Is said to have filed
s left In which to do so the gun, whereupon Brotiky a'nd chairman I'Into a slack period awaiting a I Ii sell Green proudly dlaplaylngtwo fine specimens of "rail Ishciod" as a total loss of the 1950 crop.
Service stations. Jack Trawick i new crop, even without the freeze I in the productive western part of Bradford County In Mr.
e books are moved from "You can Imagine what will Mrs. Nations got him Into the car : grown Altogether, Bradford County

nets to the- Supervlllor'lIthe happen If half of our people-say In an attempt to get him away School teachers: Philip 'AdelBhalmer 1 1 Through Wednesday of thin. Green's right hand II a giant white radish weighing eight pounds. It could count the coat of the February

[ courthouse 2.000.put off registering until from the house After the car, and Miss Audrey New :I week Bradford growers had liar.vested 1111 two months old and grew from a voluntary hill in Mr Green's bean freeze at clone to 200000.
19,122 crate of berriesan
',' the total registered In the last minute and then all try started however Nations climbed man. I patch. In his left hand 1*. a six-pound red radish that grew from a The cold had been so long delayed -
that not
Inct Is as follows: North to get in the Supervisor's office at out and started back toward the: City employees : Cnrl Johns. I I reached Imposing until figure April 8 In the was 1919 R i voluntary hill 1n Guy Parrlsh's bean, patch P. S. This picture was that some folk were beginning

698; South Starke, 308; the same time," Crosby said. "It house.. I Courthouse employees: A. J, season. Acreage l. considerably taken before last week's freer. to wonder If winter was

261; Brooker, 161: Hamp- will mean hours of waiting In line Witnesses state that Hodge then Thomas. 'larder. this. of course. I I going to .skip this area entirely.
Graham, 49; Theressa for some, for It takes from threeto came out with his gun and fired Starke business district: Miss 1 Growing things didn't stop to

report has been received five minute to fill out the necessary twice In an attempt to "scare Nations -: Evelyn Stump Mrs. W. B. Mundy, Gross receipts! so far this sea $12,135 Makeup wonder--they just. went ahead and
eon are estimated at $111,091.94likewise Committee
River. forms for each registrant." away. It was then that Nations Mrs S. L. Peek Pete Jnudon. Jim running ahead of lastlIealion' Zoning Enables School Board budded and blossomed.The .

|believed that this Is Just The present registration Is being fired the fatal charges at my Peek, S. G. Denmark, Chas. .
which did not reach moat venturesome tarmer.didn't
percent of the total conducted In compliance with the his brother-in-law, witnesses told Darby, Arch Thomss. Jr., L. F. gross To Pay Its BillsThe *
this. figure until the 'middle of wait either-they went a-
Deputy Alvarez. Dlnkins, Robert Green; S. R. Named CouncilFour
vho could register In this permanent registration system By
March. Total figures for last sna- head and planted, some as earlyas
o ey desired to dd so. set up by the statute In the last When the officers arrived Hodge Johrs, J. H. DuPre, O S. New. Bradford County 'School
nly three days-Saturday., Legislature. A special act, aim was lying dead about 60 feet from comb, and A. L. Crosby, Jr I son were 27,000 crates shipped for 1 Board was on a current basis January Especially in the
estimated of Brooker section did take the
an 'gross 239618. they
f and Tuesday-left before passed at the last session of the his house toward the road his Mr, Trawick stated that every 1 : members of an Advisory with It. creditor again thl week
shot" and
t are removed from the Legislature, made all previous body riddled with No. 4 and No. 6 effort will be made to put Bradford Dwindling yield following the Zoning Committee were appointedat as a $12,133 check from the State "long Saturday afternoon

i Supervisor of registrations held In Bradford shot Hodge'a wife and two children County "over the top" this year;! freezes set prices climbing to an 1 the regular meeting of the City received on February IS made in Goldwir CoUton's general!

'lbert Lee Crosby Re&1"1 County null and void. were also wounded, but not since the chapter here has been average high of $9 per crate on Council Tuesday night and empowered possible. the payment of account store they sat around on feed
of this sacks, counting the cost and making -
Tuesday and
a drain on National for the to appoint Ui* fifth member
possibly do so "It i* absolutely .necessary' that seriously. past totaling $10,800 for the three-
heir home precinct be- ,' everyone register in order to vote Before the officers arrived Na- five year.. The quota has not week. With heavy production the themselves. month period November, December a pretty. good. effort to laughIt <

tions hla wife and been reached here since 1943rtf last day before the first.freeze the, Those named Tuesday were: Mr*. and tiff,
I'.deadlinf.:. JkltrfW.vH* : ); children, had '- January
suned. average was $6.95. M. F. -Brown. Mrs W. B Mundy, I ,"We hit r( right last winter and
out that if will be' much.. walked to Starke and engaged Tarwick said, "and during that The. $12.135 payment represented .
; taxi to carry them back to Gaines time National has sent around Dally shipment and averageprices Junlus M. Smith, and T. C. Ha a partial restoration. of fund thought It was worth trying a-
for the past week areas zen Jr.This gain" grinned Everett Galney who
ville. Deputy Alvarez started out $8.000 to sutwildtzo the programof withheld by the State during a
xing Kingsley Andrews And Bunch In pursuit and apprehended them work being carried on by the follow: committee('. will study proposed financial last summer, estimated from 600 to 600 acre
Thur.., Feb 16-895 crates fr(<< zoning plans for Starke and emergency of varied crop destroyed In the
here .
Solve Problem Announce at a filling station on the outskirtsof chapter in addition to several Last July August and September -
i ExpansionOf Gainesville, where they had thousand dollars In disaster. relief. $693; make Its recommendation to the the State found It Immediate Brooker area. "We amt'

oters, Lewis Says Motor Court .stopped. Trawick pointed out that at the Fri., ,Feb. 17-383 crates fir City Council.This Is the first step cut all appropriation necessaryto by 21 losing any time now, either," he

Nations came to this section present time there Is only one paid $6.73; In drawing up a proponed zoning percent. This cut cost the local continued. "Tractors have been
candidate for Bunch and Sat,. Feb. 18-437 crates dP ordinance for Starkt. running all day. plowing the
ewis, Rep- George H. Guy Andrews several years ago from Miami and worker connected with the chapter School Board 19223. up
live to the State Leglsla- announced yesterday that at one time did a little farming here, who Is receiving $480 annually $T.OO: old so we can replant the new.

Bradford County, stated they are now associated as partners around Lawtey. He and hla family on a part-time basis for three Mon, Feb. 20-318 crates IfP Gastonia Ball Club Beginning In October, the cut Sixty acre of beans have.already

jly that, if elected he will in the Starke Motor Court had been living In Gainesvillefor afternoons' work per week. All $8.211; was reduced to 10 percent, which been replanted today"

e a bill permitting reslKlngsley and at the same time made public some time. He was arrested the rest of the money goes' for the Tuell., F"b. 21-88 crates. (ti if Tn Train Here, Lions .Is still in effect. Now that the Russell Green, one of the heave
state financial situation has eased
Lake and Key- plans for a $30,000 expansionand here twice during the past year, various services., rendered to the $9.00: Club Announces iest-plunging "early birds" estimated .
I a bit due to revenue yielded! by
Wed., Feb. 22--456:\ crates til'
to vote on .
eights areas enlargement of this
program.A time people Red
of county through
one on a charge chicken
his at $2,000
the new sales tax, the schoolsare on tom
> or not they wish to be an- I new north wing comprising stealing. Cross. he said. $9.00. tIt I H. A. Bishop, Jr., president of

Bradford County.wls 10 additional units will be add. Eight empty gun: shells were The cooperation of the public Is I III believed that the peak yieldof the! Lions Club, annnunrnd yesterday which receiving restores a the make-up difference payment between 109 acres'of mixed crops. He had

said that he would I picked up at the scene of the urged to the end that Bradford the season was reached last that the Gastonia, N. C eight acres of Irish potatoes that
such legislation In view ed to the attractive court which shooting. County may reach* Its quota this week when 7.009 crates of berries. baseball team has mado arrangements the 10. percent cut and the were flourishing with 10 or 12

act that the new voter reg- is located on Temple Avenue (U. Funeral .services for Hodge were veer and at least be self-support. were sold at the Starke market I to stay at the Hotel Arthur last 25 percent July, August trim that, and wa September. made Inch top and little potatoes already -

law provides that a perjst S.. 301) In Starke. The addition held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clockIn Ing. The heaviest yield for any one and train In Stark during the beginning to form. Saturday

| have been a resident of will give a total of 24 units, mak the Elzy Chapel Cemetery near week last year was 2,434 crates. ,month of April. For several months afternoon they lay flat on the

nty In which he desires to ing the Starke Tourist Court the Lake Butler with Rev Curtis-. 'Sky's The Limit' Rain Wednesday night broke the I the club has been making a concerted "We are glad that we were ground brown as If parched by
able to all due
not less than six months Harris officiating. Arrangementswere drought and may have the Immediate effort to bring a ball club pay up past ac. fire. Eleven acre of string bean

|time of registration. largest of Ita kind between Jacksonville In charge of DeWItt C. Jones. For Candidates Now effect of cutting berry ship to Starke for spring training and counts. School Superintendent were; ready to bloom and Russell
and Ocala. The owners ments almost to the vanishing. the members are working to help H. P. Morgan said "but the pot
ewls said that the law la Hodge was born In Bradford On Campaign Costs could have started picking around
trictly adhered to In acfe stated! that it Is also the only !County on March 29, 1903. He wasa point by softening what little fruit the Gnstonla team have a successful Is empty again now. March 13: IF, Also lost were his

with an interpretation by court"recommended by the! Amerlrn ( member of the Baptist Church Candidates for public office In remained on the bushes. after the I training season here. 15 acres of peas, 13 acre of butter -

ty General Richard W Er- ( Automobile Association In I and was engaged In. farming. Florida may now spend a* much freezes. However, the long range It wax also announced that the Grass Fires Become beans and 40 acre of corn-

that consequently many I Survivors Include; hla widow, Mr. money as they and their friends effect ShOUld be beneficial forberries 'new club house on Water Street Menace Chief SaysWith although this latter crop, in all j

Its of Kingsley Lake who this area. Selma Brosky Hodge; one daughter desire. were beginning to suffer [ha* been turned over to the Lions sections of ,the county, waa given "

|nd operate businesses In It is planned to start workonthe Cornelia Hodge; four cons, The old limitations on campaign from lack of moisture and plants. 1 and will he ready for occupancy the Starke Fire Department a chance to "come out" with future :

are not eligible to registerdford new wing In about ten days Harold Charles, James and Henry; expenditures which varied with would not hAve put on another ',In about a month. Plan are under called out four times duringthe favorable weather condition. )

| County, but will be Bunch and Andrews stated. Ben. I his mother Mr*. Jane Hodge of the different offices, were repealed heavy crop If the drought had continued ,'way for a grand opening past weekend to extinguish "I elon't let It worry me." Rus J

< to vote, If at all In Clay F, Hall will be the contractor. Brooker; one brother Roosevelt by the 1949 Legislature sEven At the regular meeting of the "grans. fires". that had gotten "out sell ....Id. "The good Lord will lake ,
: It was announced that Mr. Hodge Brooker and sister Miss Candidates with Ideal weather conditions club held Wednesday night in the ,
It would be much more ; a must still tile reportsof of hand" within the city limits care of us somehow."

{lent for citizens of Kingsley II Andrews and hla family will move Lena Hodge Starke.Matherly their expenditure, however, however It will be the USO I building, preparations for the Fire Chief C. W. Pickett Is. asking Other heavy loser In the Brook-

I and Keystone Heights topt some time after school Is out Into either with the Secretary of Stateor latter part of March before Bradford ,appearance of the linger Bros. property owners to refrain from section
er were
: Circus In Starke were discussed ,
and other the house in connection with Clerks can possibly once again dominate '
legal matters Discusses with of the Circuit deliberately setting such fires flaxen
Ralph Clyde Cone, and Guy
and arrangement mado for the
r uae affairs in Starke, the court, now occupied by Mr. Co rt. the strawberry picture. especially during dry and windy llarrell
I distribution of ticket Altogether they figured
| than In much more distant Bunch and family. Vocational Service Under the old law, a candidate! II I+: weather the loss to Brooker grower In

Cove Springs. Mr. Lewis I I Mr. and Mr*. Bunch and their j At Rotary MeetingWalter for U. S. Senator or Governor Bennett To SpeakIn Chief Plckett says there .In a used, plants and labor at some-

( three daughters will move to could legally spend only $15,0X. Starke SaturdayRep. I Funeral SaturdayFor state law against setting such fires where In the neighborhood of $:!O.-

candidate stated that he lsfpposed Halnea City where Mr. Bunch :will J. !Motherly, Dean of the Candidates for Representative to A. W. WhiteheadA within the city limits. He point (000. Fertilizer U. not considered

.to the sales tax in look after his other property! Interest College of Administration, University Congress' and the Railroad Commission ChasE. Bennett will bi- In'' out that the person who Deliberately 'o much of a loss, since it remain

|sent form and would favor *. of Florida, and a past District were limited to $4.0OO. Starke Saturday. afternoon Feb \Whitehead, 61, prominent tarts sure a fire U endanger 'n the ground for use" In replantIng -
peal of this tax and the *.ubn I Governor of was while State Senate contestant I not his but
The original units of the Court Rotary, 25 to speak In behalf of his candidacy Union County farmer, died In ing only own property operation.
of a one percent generalx were constructed last year by Mr. guest speaker at the Starke Club were allowed $600, and State Representative for re-election to Shadycrest Hospital In Stark on I the property of others, since In Heaviest cost of the freeze

"acroa the board," to be I Bunch who came to Starke from Wednesday, discussing the second candidates only $400. Bennett is expected congrellll.1 Thursday Feb. 16, after a short dry and windy weather such fires by the American waacounted
ed by the wholesaler. of RotaryVocational Ser Under the new law, candidates !often than
where he was object Illnoss. spread more rapidly
North Carolina, .
,his record In Congress In his speech,I II Groves, Inc. of Brooker, where of-
Lewis said that he also In the furniture manu are no longer required to Hot Funeral services were held at 2 'anticipated and might reach valu
formerly vice.The I here. He states that the fundamental 'IrlalM estimated.. a complete loan
I removing the present tax on facturing business Importance of choosing the political workers and the salaries I problem now facing Con-1,o'clock Saturday afternoon near able buildings before they can be of the 19.V crop, given a val_.
fed farmer In tractors, vocation In which paid them; nor do advertlserAentt -
by right a man newspaper Raiford with Rev. Chlldrens. offici brought under control.
gress" and \the country at large li lon: of $I O.OOO. The company's
<>uld advocate placing a 6c can best serve himself and society have to be signed by ating. : Last Friday afternoon. the department .
'Voice of Temperance'To I i"how to preserve a sound national I 1,200 acres of trees In the western
fuel oil which he says ill 1 was emphasized by Dean Matherly the person responsible for and Individual freedoms Survivors are hIs widow, Mrs.. A. was. called out to extln- of Bradford
economy County In
state taxes at the present Be Heard In who said that the aim of the Individual ing them In the paper Ins..rt'l while achieving needed humani- W. Whitehead; six sons, A. W., gulch a grass fire near the John the "halt bloom half bud"were stage.

J Practically all busses and should be to "live a good The first campaign tarian legislation and a balanced. Jr. of Lake Butler; Alfred U of Tourist Court between U.S. 301 ind everything clean..
(Diesel trucks now use fuel Courthouse SaturdaySam life as well as earn a good'living." must bfO flied by April" 22. budget." Elkhart, Ind.: John, Lake Butler; and the Seaboard railroad south wall wiped

r. Lewls said, and at thet Man's relations with money day before the first primary, Sgt. Jack Whitehead. US. Army of town. Sunday afternoon the Freezing temperatures' were recorded

time are paying no state Morria well known radio should be such that he will earn Second statement Is due by June I Fort Sill, Okla.; Bill and Jimmy firemen! ) were called two different for four consecutive mornings -

n this fuel, although they speaker will speak at the courthouse adequately, save consistently Invest 2. ten' days after the second primary Troop 70 Scouts Whitehead both of Lake Butler; times to' fight a spreading. blazeat at the two State A Federal .

It more than anyone else In the circuit court auditor. wisely, and spend Intelligently 'Take Overnight Hike two daughters Mrs. J. W. Pringle the south end of Church Street Frost Warning Service station

lour highway system." H* rum tomorrow (Saturday) nightat the speaker said. He scored the so- In each statement, candidate and Mrs. J. C. Jackson of Lake and once to extinguish a similar maintained In the county. The oU

|t Is estimated this tax on 7:30: o'clock. He Is being sponsored called "welfare state" and said are requested to Itemize all campaign Eight member of Boy Scout Butler: two sisters. Mrs Julia fire at Cherry and Tenth Streets. owing readings were reported:

I would raise $6.000,000 an- by the Starke :Ministerial that the obligation of the Govern / donation and the donor, Troop 70 enjoyed an overnighthike John, Luke Butler, and Vlrs Lydia Friday morning: Starke 29 degree

i Association and the public Is Invited ment I III not to provide a synthetic and all expenditures made directly to the south side of Klngaley Johns, Raiford; a brother, Sam W. Navy RecruitingOn *: Lawtey. 26. Remained be-

LeW14I said that If elected. ,' to hear him. cradle-to-grav security, but to offer In their behalf 'Lake Saturday night. The boys Whitehead. Long Bridge and his. low' freezing for 6 hours.

Mid favor continued and; more Mr Morris, known *. the Voice equal opportunity for every Individual left at noon Saturday, returning mother, Mrs Mary Whitehead Upward Trend Saturday morning: Starke, 38 I

Me old age assistance, bet- of Temperance Is' well known to to get out and .make his Cecil Field Headed Sunday morning at 9 o'clock. Raiford. legrees; Lawtey, 21. Remained lie- j

khools. and higher salaries radio liatner. throughout America.He wn way. I They pawed. cooking tests, pre Navy recruiting la. "opening up"and tow freezing 9 hours .

palmed teachers. attracts great crowds wherever Dean Matherly was Introducedby For DeactivationSquadron 'paring their own supper and there are Iota of opportunitiesnow
Boy Scout Drive Sunday morning: Starke, 31 deTrees' -
he speaks and Starke ls con T K. McClane. Jr., who had ,breakfast An unscheduled visit for eligible men between the 30. Remained be- ,
: Lawtey
13 left Cecil Field last
tey Church sidered fortunate to have him as charge of the program for the day. from a bushy-tailed fox attracted Called SuccessfulT. ages of 17 and 31 to attend various 'ow freezing three hours.
week leaving only one squadron trade .schools Particularly attractive 1
of food
a speaker.A stationed there. and thai full deactivation to the camp site by scraps Monday morning: Starke. 32 de- i
ponsor Supper 1947 furnished the) only excitement H. Slade, financial chairman are openings In the field of
writer In the September. ADDRESSESOF of the auxiliary field of the annual Boy Scout fund electronics where.the Navy I la now trees; Lawtey (not recorded. Regained .'
described him during the trip.
Lawtey Church of God Is American" Magazine" and said, "In INTEREST la expected next month. 'Scout making the hike "ere drive announced this week that I using "a* many men a* we can below freezing only 13 i
a* "keen. "logical Cecil Field U located Max- minutes.
near .
a ch.cken tow -' contributions from Starke busl-
supper Jan, Mundorf Irvin Covlngton I
lecture platform get"A
(Saturday) night b glnt the pulpit and on the I III The following,new_ renewal and villa and many of Its pnrsonel Tom MrClane, Leland Branch ness men have so far totaled more I I Navy recruiter will be at the With the drought finally broken
fS a* well a* on the radio e change of address received by the have found home for their famine i Stark post office Friday rain
| o'clock at the church Jerry Williams Tommy Gill, and than $100. every by a good Wednesday night It '
''Ing to the pastor, the Rev. vivid, dramatic" and Telegraph will be of Interest to In Stark while stationed there. "I am confident that we will from 11 a.m to 3 p.m. to interviewall la i expected that replanting operations i

Hersey. Dinner for adults down to earth friends\ : Its deactivation has been necessitated ) reach the $ OO mark before the!I men interested in this branch will get under way Immediately !.

BOc:; children :23c. The pub- Thi I III your opportunity to hear I Herman Gold Box 60S, Georgetwn by the large scale reduction I accom-panied I drive I I. ended" the chairman said. I lot the service :, en a full scale' baais.

InrlUd. Sam Morris S. C. In naval air units.! II I I .

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FEB 24 1950 r
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PAGE TW'OBradford visit After having summer all tatoes. Peas will be to replant- work and make mm

winter, all the farmers were getting probably corn, too. Oranges, peaches Mr. Belt Is very
TelegraphESTABLISHED LONG BRANCHBy so anxious to see something and we fear the pears are hundred whit chicks p to I

County Strl..klandRO growing that they decided we all lost too. This Is all bad, but last Thursday, They
Mrs. J. L.
wouldn't have arty winter and I we can still be thankful we can beauties

1879 E. L MATTHEWS. OWNH-..DITOaruadhdsnl planted about all crops. Everything flats'.
F.R1' BENJAMIN T\YLOU was up and growing nicely
Every Friday OOgf and KaHrrod as mwadCU We were saddened again last when here comes our winter, Just
S Office at HtarUe. Fla. week when we learned of the deathof when should be peepingaround
rod spring
:Math- at the j 'WjMra gartless Mo ," another friend Robert Taylor.He the corner. We under- FOR YOUR g REQUIREMg "

7g 195 -_- -- -- :PONCA.Vherrln R : :was well known in this section,, stand Brooksie Mosley had three 0

MEMBER \ I enj Joy the. snow and (cream good, add milk, flour am I having spent most of his life as a acres of bush beans almost readyto It Pays 2 roue With Slade"!"

,I. O For Six Months. weather, thinking of oltfriends baking powder. Beat the egg young: man 'near Lawtey. He own bloom.-besides other crops well '
$s.rtpclonll'': Annually wine dear. friend. near and whites last and fold In. Add a a good farm in the Clay Hill section on the way-and our big frost "" PROI"ANE"" g
tap of vanilla. Bake In hot oven and was liked by all. Mr,, 'Friday night got about all of It,

WEEK far. no longer weave Between the layers put this Taylor was 46 years of age. He beans especially. Daisy Lang also GAS W Appliances
THIS if spring
ATTKNTION O.V FUTURE FARMERS What magic thru Ui cream part: lived at 3044 Turton Ave., Beverly had beans ready to bloom, and we

National Future Farmers of America Week Is being obHcrvedthwPBgliout Ita emerald 2 cups of milk Hills I had aU of our corn peas and potatoes SLADE GAS COMPANY Inc

the nation, February 18-25. The! organization, now In Its If summer leaves; Is only a silent shadow :2 eggs He leaves his wife, Gladys Tay I growing nicely. Friday ,,

22Jad yeAr, has come to represent an Important influence In the life I Haunting a clove r. s c e n te d! 1 cup sugar lor; five daughters; four sisters Taylorof ; morning we had the pleasure ((1)) I E. Call St. Stark, Fla.If .
and two brothers, Harry
organization 1-2 cup sugar
of oral America. Current membership in the choolboy-farmcr meadow; 1 vanilla Mlddleburg and Hardy Taylor of chopping all the tops of the po -
is over 300.000 in the nation. And autumn, that once was I Put all in double boiler top coon of Lawtey. I _

Hare In Florida there are over 6,600 FFA schoolboys organizedIn roaring flame than, a whlaperedname to thickness, add a lump of butter Funeral services were held in I At#9 11
agriculture barely more
Vocational Is
135 chapters in 67 Florida counties. Enrolled In ? and the vanilla.' the Riverside Baptist Church and tl: :

clauses In state schools the Future Farmer. learn the latent forever lured me on, Eunice made this for my.mother Interment wo In the family plotin .

farming practices and techniques, wor their own farm and successfully These I am not sorry they are gone. and father's' golden wedding feast, Long Branch cemetery Satur Too May Not Heed I If
. crniWno classroom Instruction with on-the-farm practical .x- Now I can curt In a pillowed back In'1936. It 'WOa. so delicious day afternoon, Feb 18.
her for the recipe. My parents Want All These Seni
pn1eDt"e. nook I asked Our son, Irvin Eugene Fields and teJ
all types of farming known In Florida, And get acquainted with a book,,, now have been gone about us a very pleasant! .
Future Farmers' practice family gave I f Right Away Bit
fire Those are precious re ,
from.' citrus t<> watermelons, from raising chickens to breeding Branman Or, cat-wise bask before a twelve years. will be surprise Thursday afternoon when you

*- -and all according to the latent and newest methods taught to And sleep and dream to myheart's but memories.memory.Some Let day us try we to make they came to pay us a short call.I Home Should Be 'i A
desire, a have been living In Hopewell
then by specially trained vocational agriculture Instructors. I need to that memory a pleasant one. Let They L/-::: ThenCostly NOW t.IY'J
While all the beauty Va. for several years and w. did c: For
Some of the schoolboy operate their own farms, share operation know us be gay and thankful. It la not know they were having any BUYING or (

with their parents, rent farm land, or work for the other farmers In In the nearest window etchedIn wonderful to be alive yet. The serious thoughts about coming Additions lilll1JBUILDING
of the agriculture student work on the world Is good with Iota of lovely ,,-
the _munlty. Many young fo Florida when they walked In to :
snow.Mae Winkler Goodman. people. Only a few outlaw Russians \ I'ft. t 'a
31 chapter-owned farms In the state. surprise us. Charles Fields' wife
winter make the world unsettled Rana' Refr'II 'u
of State School Superintendent Thomas This Is a bright cold, snowy brought them to our house as theywere /w KITCHEN
According to a report about zero when They do not represent the Russians ; '. Water IteI1If filii ,
$700.000 last day. It wa afraid they couldn't find us \:
IX Bailey, Florida's Future Farmers earned more than and I went to' the post as a whole. I wish a bunchof f'1 \ food Cabinet OiilraatlMr/ Caibw fei* f
dark. Gene If he can
work. With a capital investment of 534.3SO In Digger: after says ff; year from their farm after the mall at eight o' us women could go visiting the Ventilating
office here he is to
work moving
fauna lands, buildings and equipment, the boy.farmers averaged clock. I always take Digger with Russian women, taking them gifts, find tired of h e sure f. lor Sink Mid Ring Man. Tows! per)
Florida. Seems are
eanings amounting to 1115 a member. Many FFA' boys earned as me no matter how cold, unless it a quilt and fancy work and recipes.I the cold climate.they ;!,:.\1:; UiietUiiMOut Maker doe*. RadM.AppliancesLAUNDRY Cenwrneixe. (to.

$1000 during the year awfully hard. He loves am sure we would make friends ,:
high as Is raining Tuesday evening the Junior: Sunday :) \
Tbelr contribution to( general farm life in Florida can be seen by the walk It Is about two blocksto and soon learn their language.Here School Class attended a Val f e.-- Wuha ho.r, 0et

tteJIey's report of FFA accomplishments. the post office. The snow la about Is a Prayer for Peace by entine Party (mostly Bible Quiz) your ; l'lhllnl.' Con'lftilt1

last the Future tilled ten Inches deep, Don says, Rev. Chas Light, the Presbyterian at the home of their teacher, Airs. r m; Outlets for Iron and other ApptuncnLIVINjfi ,
and after school hours year Farmers
During but is piled much higher along the Minister in Norfolk, Nebraska, J. U Strickland. All seemed to
4.OOO acres of soil, grew over 1,600 home gardens and canned more walks and i Is a beautiful glistening who married Don and I May 17, have a very pleanent evening.Ella NEW HOME i{, f. ROOM lugnmlC. .
tJaaua 3M.OOO quarts of foodstuffs. white In the morning sun. Not one IB.16. He U a grand rran.' Mae Osteen was unable to Redla ,ltl. ,I

They planted 1.129,434: pine seedling, had 58.968 faces in gum bit of dirt to make it dirty. Most "Almighty God Father of all attend school a few days last week h,><:1: 1 also Read Player.' Wua Rettxfer.ttn&",z
farming, constructed 153: miles of Inclines and maintained 2,442 everyone burns gas here. Howeverwe mankind, help kus to know that due to a severe cold. F'1: : Multiple Cmvamanc Cutlets lot illllt! VI
burn stoker coal which does not with Thee all our lives are sacred Homer. Padgett returned home r. 1 limps. Hoof and Table limpi, '-\11\ !
forests. wired
act a of pine seem to have much soot. and all men are brothers. Thou is Cleaner,Floor PolIsher,Sewitg" Mats",", n" a
from the Starke hospital last week.
986 farm machines, and 8,200 piecesof
The FFA members repaired i t
This morning my heart Is so hast pleaded with us to seek peace Mrs. Ullle Wilkinson, better
of $4,613 In .; ., LflhhAI
farm equipment and saved their money to the tune i Riff''
and it. For Thou did send
friends pursue
filled with love for my known as "Miss Lillie", called on EI IlICIIed
chapter owned savings bonds. neighbors. It to I such fun to meet 'into us the Prince of Peace. Thou' the Strick lands and Belts last ior nfie: ,:; J AIr Conditioner.Reading Lamps Clue(ugV ,ft i
Maay of the benefits of the FFA program cannot be reckoned In people on the street as I walk to hut revealed unto us the wavs'of Friday afternoon. She too wan Multiple Convemenca OutletsBATHROOM .

, tbe terms of money or statiatlct.! They must be figured in the lightof the store I call to them and we pence, and we have followed the suffering with a severe cold.

Improved farm living, more scientific farm practices, better farmhome. shout and laugh, and talk. Yes, paths of war. We confess our LRd Saturday morning we no- Ceiitag Iii'S
markets, and higher farm life Is good. They think it strange! ( failure to live together as brothers ticed fire and smoke In Mr. Brin-
higher-grade farm products,'greater that I .nlov the cold and snow.I and ask Thy forgiveness. Help us. son's turpentine grove near our light Medicine Cabmet LfM' SM Imf1
1___., Many of the benefits of the program are long range and will
have always liked everywhere I O God. to heal the scars of the last house. At first we thought it was e Convenience Outlets lor ShawHit
only become apparent to all of us when today's Future Farmer becomes have lived. I look for beauty and conflict and to free our hearts the school house as It seemed to be a F Drier, Massage, itc.

tomorrow's Citizen Farmer. find it. I entay the winter although from fear. Make vivid to us the In that general direction. On a i

I hall the spring( because I sinful folly of war, until it shall closer observation we saw the fire NURSERY lBoui waec ;:
be t cast out of the councils of the
have tulips and crocus to come up '
was In the woods and then wethought
U ALVAREZ' STORE&B.ALVAREZ&S0N Men's Clothing:: II H and bloom Soon enough tho hot nations. Arouse In all people an the man had cone to in.Electric Blanket Heiemf Pat rapes<

.. summer Is here and things wilt in adventurous willingness to dare "pull the boxes" here and had YII' floodllJIC ?ii''

the beaming sun. jravelv think wisely and achieve started It warm by. We passed it OUTSIDE Du,. Seri.ce be..,

I had so many lovely letters this I triumphantly for 'peace. In Jesus! off at that and gave It no more Garage and Driveway Letting. frnnnmeai
morning. A letter from a pal In name we auk it. Amen". ...
thought until Just after the noon tr: 1"-5' Outlets Ice Terrace, PtUa. BlxtM N,*
England Her health is not any too To me this prayer is the most hour when our attention was rail 1')1'" -., ll t I
TRANSFER AND good and she Is a young woman.I wonderful yet given me, for It so ed again to the blaze which hud Q' 1 f 1 SpodI&I\I\ and I'owtllMrotr:
STORAGE CO. think It Is the lack of nourishing expresses what Is In my heart covered moat of the Brinson woods q "".*1 OTHER lor Hoit von Bma"''
foods as they are still rationed In Are we cowards that we let a few and was coming on very close to '3t t Electric Tools.Electric Toys.Special t bM! ,''
We operate local foods! and many: things. In Scot. Russians start war? No, we .be our property In spite of the fire ,: for Garden.. Fish Ponds Swirmwu Picks"
t land a voung fellow who used! to lieve In the preciousness of life breaks. Mr. Strickland rushed Gangs Door Motor. Intarcwnmunicim\ .*;

7 A long distance be In the navy said they were We believe In God and can see no,I out and fought fire for an hourto :,'g't System lawn Mower.. Outdoor Chiisntrligntlng -

c;;)) short on sugar but mother had reason to kill our fellow men. keep It from crossing over and : : .Insect 1I Is1ro7er.Mcbhlullr.fl
anywhere In D. C> 1
saved up some out of their rations Those terrible bombs will destroyall burning Vp our buildings!! : While :
EXCELLENT and for Christmas are going to civilization in time. Those few fighting he found tire tracks where R.I<. ''j

make whacking big pudding men should be caught up, put In someone had driven into Mr. Brln- If cant l :"f
STORAGE So we are lucky here in the United prison and tried for being outlaws. son's woods In the late night or you go ti \ .( )

States-we have so much of everything God help and forgive us all. early morning, very near to where FLOI.II d;{1Y UT ruKI
FACJLlTIF.9Agents we need must buy up, sell The Bun shines bright. I must the fire apparently started. We ALLELECTRIConce all at s

For and destroy to keep potatoes and I cook Don's steak. I am glad I can have no idea who did this, but we .?'
DelcherBros. eggs high priced. Ha. I have not do the homey tasks to make loved do know the timber in badly dam. l'asst"keep plugging"! "
one friend in England: who likes ones happy, and say a prayer as I ,
See us the' Labor government. It be- aged.Well
work. It seems "ole nian winter" J
hooves us to go slow! with our God bless you all, l has finally decided to pay us a
I government regulation of things. Love, Lura. '
Let us pray and think well beforewe

vote. I want all you women I CARD OF THANKS
FOR ALl. TYPES OF out there who read this to register We wish to thank our friends
PEST CONTROL. and! vote. This II our government I for the many deeds of kindness MOST POWERFUL
and If it is to stay a Democracy.we and words of comfort offering during
must vote. I the recent Illness and death of
FLORIDA PEST CONTROLand For me the week has! been quite our beloved husband and father.

peaceful." We have not had a death We also appreciate the many lovely .
CHEMICAL CO. and although several people are I floral offerings.- -The Howard 1rllf _
Z43 A N. ALABAMA ST. TELEPHONE 2561-R very 111 no one has died. I have family. Ir Chevrolet
GAINESVILLE. FLA. been having a grand time. I clean. __
TerMites Rodents All Household Pent' ed the house! washed, Ironed, wrote Try Ihn Bradford County Telegraph '-- -- ." ;:

letters crocheted, took :walks with for y'"o u r Office Supply ,
Ytes, lwipH-Uon<< and KHtliuute: Glean by Unulnatettatamoh Digger: and cooked Don buckwheat nrML Full Use always on hand.

>fiHta (I'nlifrxUr of Florida). pnnraxeo I have a big _

0..01' R. Sapp H., v. Koig steak but 0c. the Seems for men his vet an dinner awful hungry that lot once cost to over a" A/i"1 7iRJitfW .. .'WI'c 5 __I Is H istfJfY i

week for a big: steak.I 0
got a bunch of nice valentines.My .
FOR EXPERT WASHING grandchildren and friends sent L666uquu
me such cute ones. Don got a !
funny one that made us! all laugh. mason-sass ran awe.
This town send funny ones! to
POLISHING GREASINGTIRES am aie e a am B BiB a sm a B B B B a BaBm i B m BiBi i
those they know can take a Joke.
I have never gotten any yet, althoI FREE !
can laugh.
TUBES BATTERIES CI.\.y HIM. Nice letter from For Prompt FREE Removal

Margnrette( Wilkinson, a 9th grade of Dead, Crippled & Worth-

PURE OIL PRODUCTS girl I sent girls papers from leas Cattle Horses, Mules,
Australia--Dorothy Manning. ,Ella
Mne Oatcen and Shlrly Mosley. & hogs .

letter from Elgin Lang who keeps Call 132 Starke
the store out beyond the school
I "oulle at her home. The school

Madis &: Walnut Streets Starke, Fla. I hues. atop and let the children out Florida Renderers
(I hev line un to buy Ice cream and ,

candy and things they need, Near INC.
Iv all have electric lights now. ,
What a glad dav that was
P ..-....... HKLPFTI: .1I T8. Salt waterIn -

your coffee pot brought to a Save Time Work
From where I sit..J.v Joe Marsh boil will remove the coffee stain. ,

Try Juice using to cook o..nge'.or raisins. grapefruit In whenmaking ,!and Money! Great new performance with Chevrolet's Advanced LOAD-MASTER W105n Engine

'pie. Want to
dry anything -
How to Get fast? Hang It above Pounds Of Your
electric floor lamp. Hose will 9 Never before such power in Chevrolet engines! They give you more performance ,

Thai Homework Done soon dry.These Laundry Done In trucks! The new Load-Master more features, more the of !

snowy days It Is fun to 105-h.p. engine-rugged, heavy-duty everything that matterssadpower '
read. I have been reading 'ThePeaceable Only lowest list prices hi the field toot 1 I
plant; and the famous Thrift-
.i Gilbert..ur......ullarachGOI work problem la a wonderful way Kingdom", Master See .them today. Whichever yon !
pets psi. spoke the other night >t to toe to it that our youngsters ac Don has to set up a new gas Minute*. It Is Engine-now stepped up to choose, remember this: Chevrolet
the sensible moderato habits stove he sold out In the countrythis Washed a husky 92 horsepower!
Pareat-Teacbera'IRedquire Spotless
doeftC1llar now offers the most + :
.....w pHI II. children to d. their they'll need later on. telephone.T. M I I will can stay sew close by the 40 ly Clean-Ready P I.: These are Chevrolet's greatest trucks in lu you history pa
h. MW.rk when the,want to llattn I'.. never believed In hard and my
aprons. I have three new To Iron!
.. t.. ratfi. fast rules except where atwolnteljr materiaL Such lovely prints piecesof I S4rY., r..nIhlllfb e S-.n-.....5.141ft'1.....,.....'br
sow. mosn't gtvo them a flat nrceuarv. Let the other fel- can buy In town now. ADVANCE-DESIGN TRUCKS
5t.*.- Mi. Gilbert said "If wo low do as he likea, all lone a.d. Here Is a BOSTON CREAM. Cents Is All It -!

> ratty believe In tolerance he'a temperate and tolerant. Guess. PIE My dear cousin's wife In 40 Costs! Our b. LEADERS PAYLOAD LEADERS .
sad -sentlo, we should instill that'a why rUllenr felt we should Indiana gave It to me. She how Try "PERFORMANCE rOPULAUTT LlADIftS PRICE. LEADEM

tdrer qualities in our children. quarrel with the fellow who hi partial ever brought the recipe from West Service Soon!
IJ'tarfn to the radio U fine-ina to a flaw of beer-the Dner.t Virginia. This makes two nine
_-.iioa-u long all homework axe of Moderation1.* Inch cakes or crusts:

get M, too." r7 3 eggs separated TORODE
The Washeteria
fieaa where I sit, the lady was c9 'ilfA'I.4( 7 tablespoons of sweet. milk .
oteMl-aright. This radio u. home. 1 cup sugar
1 1-2 cups flour 323 Tempi A_M
2 ....P.. baking powder PHONE 111 STARKE, FLA. CALL & COURT STREE
C.p-rriII',19SO. Vmltd Sum Brtm/i" Faun. lotion Beat egg yolks add sugar and -


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i'II'B"k/ FED U 2E 9 5 0 I P

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_..j.! announcing the birth of a laugh. ,
ter on Monday February 14. -
Shirley Blaine. WalowrtRht 'j.

ti. FutcALyl Mr. and Mrs. L. U Walnwrlgh .
of Gainesville are announcing the ,
birth of a daughter, Shirley r
KER Elaine. Mr, and Mrs. Wainwright
l.L are former residents of Lawtey.
,.1.and boys' baaketbalflawtey
, ,; and BrookeiiTChools Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Smart and
clashed on the baby were guests of Mrs. Smart
1j' ondl1Y' night, and ,I I mother, Mr.. Clarence Groves,, AntiTrust
"J ', t had cleared away last week. The Time The Lawyers
f,had won a game. I Mrs.\ Carl Prevatt returned to 1
"r girls outclassed the her home here after spending sev
I to 70, but the Law I ernl days 1a Jacksonville hos.
ged their sisters b> pltal. .
to 21 defeat on th The W. M. U. of the Baptist
All four teams play- Church met Tuesday afternoon
pn, ft games. ', Inp.with monthly Mrs.social J. P.and Wyrlck program for meet.the Killed Their Own Case ,

[he trs.marriage J. J- ;Smith of tt>are."tntn :! The WSCS of the Methodist .
Church convened in the church
George L. Ker-I for the business .
I monthly merlin or
The ceremony was
I Clyde Walnwrl ht was the object .
urday at the homeForsythe'
of a birthday anniversary
at Hell- party Saturday afternoon given For ten years the anti-trust lawyers have been attacking the business methods that
by his mother Mr. H. C. Wain. .
NRR wrlp-ht. Clvde Is nine years old. make it possible to give. the public the best quality food at the lowest prices.
Mrq. Pave Tanner Mr. and Mrs. L. I'. Rafuse and .
g the birth of a son, daughter,! : Jo Ann, of Graham, were! :'In our last ad we told'you how Federal Judge W. II. Atwell, at Dallas, threw the antitrust -
ung man put In his visiting in Lawtey Sunday. out of his court.
A&P right
their inflammatory charges against
hursday, FebruaryBY Mr. and Mri.! Fred Moore and I lawyers .: ,

r S DAUG1ITYE visiting Frerldle' In and Ocala Gavle Saturday Moore were But the anti-trust lawyers were not satisfied with decisions against them by three ,

Guests of the O. J. Phillips family "
Collie Grlffla are ,
during the weekend were Fay- federal judges. -
te Redd and children, Thelma and p "
Wayne, and James Phillips of They still wanted to destroy A&P. '', .,;, "
Mflcon. On., and Miss Betty Ann
W6 RW Flvnn of Starke.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Mixon and

> w Rt.". Lou sons,Edwards Wayne ,and all Larry of Jacksonville, and Miss, New Orleans They Quit in Dallas
< to
were meats cf< Mr. and Mrs. W. They Appealed
THIS H. Edwards Sunday. Miss Betty
Dcvlne was also a''' guest In theEdward's

)D NEWS home Sunday. So they appealed Judge Atwell's decision to the three-judge Circuit On February 26th, while the judge/ was still waiting for hit r.nsw "r, and
lithe Mattie Harley of Jacksonville r. floryto
without previous notice to him, the anti-trust lawytis. K;ivfc
BINATIONMI was visiting her parents, Mr. Court at New, Orleans. any ,1tJNln
that they wetfthe
the in Washington,
and Mrs. A. H. Harley Sunday newspapers
TOWN. PAPER, Mm A. H. Harley and son, Dan, One of the three, Judge Curtis L. Waller" agreed with Judge Atwell that case in Dallas.
...pie used t t.d.p..d.bl..... .'! attended funeral service for Mrs. the case should be dismissed.The 1
0 wh.ryo> live.av. W, S. Biggs In Georgetown last They said that it was their intention "to file a substantially mUnr: suit
week. other members of the Circuit Court Judge Joseph C. Hutcheson "
two .
I I. at an early date.
( in jurisdiction
M. E. Hcnm-cer of Lake Caw an appropriate
S big ...... Ste U Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Jr., and Judge Allen Cox, although saying the case should be tried, agreed :
-.v.ntawhich c.. Hnrlev' this week He Is! naval that the indictment was vague and contained many allegations which were J "
bh to ,.... t. y.ur The ear 1.1" turned 1 out to be the I same: day.
M, year fut..ro. For itores sunarvtsor In this districtMiss inflammatory.They 1
port and I.orpr.i Linda barter of Jacksonville
lone) ..n4. i..twmr .- spent the weekend herewith : decided that Judge Atwell at Dallas should protect A&P from these As soon as one anti-trust lawyer killed the case in Dallas, another anil-
wbdieuraRISTIAN made
t SCIENCE her parents, Mr. and Mrs. inflammatory allegations and could order the anti-trust lawyers to supply trust lawyer filed a new case In Danville, Illinois. This new rase

Carl Guests Carter.of the Rev and< Mrs the defendants with a bill of particulars. most of the same allegations that had I been made and dropped in Dallas;

benefits ol being; Winter Giddings last weekend and that are being made against us today. .
locclly. ..tMnollr.it ,......" their nArents. Mr. and Mrs. So the case was back in DaUas'nRain.
with yore lecelChristie. .' Sidelines' and daughter Marv Ada, t anti-trust all four judges nho had
the lawyers,
Scie. So according to
Mr and Mrs. Gill and son, Jim, all Judge Atwell, carrying'out the decision of the Circuit Court, struck now, / '
ruled the Dallas case were wrong.
II. j'I of .rackconvtllejGueeta
out the inflammatory matter.
$1" of Richard Bennett durnsr -
-.-MonHofnton I the,weekwere: Mr. end Mrs.! He said that without this inflammatory and prejudicial matter the Grand Despite defeats in three federal courts in widely separated parts: of theJury
I},** ..,V-S.A. Henry Bennett of Jacksonville Mr. A A&l.
might have returned the indictment continued their campaign to destroy
I M lnfcTb. ..- ..... ind' Mrs Clifton Smith of Charles- never country, they .
ChrttHM I.Iwc. :on S C., and Johnny Bennett of i
I ..._ E1. Hlddleburp. Judge Atwell said to the anti-trust lawyers: When Judge Atwell hoard of their action he ordered the anti-trust lawyers .
Mrs. Frank Wells and daughter 'There are statements in the indictment which are nol at all ,
. niqni/ order for his dismissing the Pallascase..
.r.s.a .. their home In to prepare an signature
whirred to << Albany in violation, and are highly prejudicial and inflammatory. .. .
"Jn.,. this week<< after spending coy I
odd,...,.s.v-.n..c.aet..) "ra.1 days with' her mother Mrs. I The anti-trust lawyers objected! They advanced an amazing !argument.. t In signing j this order he said to the anti-trust lawyers:

Effle Mrs.Miner.Howard Miner of Jacksonville ;:: They said that the removal of their ations (which all four TillS none prosegni does not hare the sanction or approval of this
In.a IM..N was the weekend guest of judges had agreed did not belong in the indictment) destroyed their case court. That is not necessary nor that the government ask for the

Ira Effle Miner. Judge AtweTl instructed the anti-trust lawyers to furnish the court court's approval.

I with a bill of particulars. In short, he wanted specific charges instead court and
t of vague generalities. He set the deadline for furnishing this material. "It is, however a matter that man be presented" to the other/

at January 15th, 19.11.s ,r may be of interest to the people at large.

I When anti-trust lawyers twice asked for more time pleading sickness i So after their efforts to destroy & failed in Washington, D. C.,

among their staff,Judge Atwell extended the time to February 25th because Wilson North Carolina: and,Dallas, Texas, the anti-trust lawyers movedon

believed that they were honestly trying, in good faith, to prepare the 11 on to Danville, Illinois.
material he had requested.

4 Thru Mar. 4 Actually, it developed, they were using the time to get ready to drop the They were still determined lo destroy (his company which had drought ,

case< in Dallas .and start it in another. court. more and better food at lower cost to millions of American families.
1 .

They 'Were Wrong Three Times Before !

UTIFULLY Three times -anti-trust lawyers went into federal courts and made serious and damaging charges against A&R,

UILT BY .. .,. Three times federal judges said the anti-trust lawyers were wrong and rendered decisions against them.

EXPERTSACME sY.. ra-,ip 1<,7 In previous ads in this series we told you about these other anti-trust "cases" involving us, which the judges said were not cases at all. "\

S < We think you should know about these previous cases, because once again the anti-trust lawyers are making damaging "allegations" that

? : + ,. could seriously affect our business if they were. believed by the public.: ,

There was: the time In Wa1iinKton! D. C., when they There was the time in Wilson North Carolina they There wn the the time name in"allegation Dallas Texas they, when are they making made
said. we and other good American citizens conspired Raid we and other good American citizens conspired
of bread in that city.This to fix prices paid farmers for their potatoes today.
to lix the price Federal Judge W. H. Atwell ruled
Thisviia the time
This was the time Federal Judge C. Wycho be tried He said that the
was the time Federal Judge T Alan Goldsborough the jury to bring in a verdict of "not guilty". that indictment the case contained should not inflammatory even statements that he

ruled that A&P and the other defendant did not even It was the time Judge Wyche laid to the anti-lnlet. wpuld not permit to be presented to a jury.
need to put in a defense. Fie instructed the jury to bring ...
lawyers: Atwell fluid to the anti-trust
r 3 i in a verdict 0 f""not guilty". It was the time Judge
"In my opinion there It no testimony produced front lawyers:: :
It wa the time Judge Goldsborpugh aid to the antitrust which it can reasonably be inferred that the defendant "/ know of no American rule, and I wish I had the .,
f rt1i 1 I lawyers: entered Into a combination I to depremi or power lo underscore the word 'American' which
the of potatoes. because of his size
lower price permits UH to try a man

eI all you were lo show thin record to any experienced "1 might tau that I never tried a cane In mu life "lf I thouf/ht / was presiding over a court and that
trial lawyer In- the world, he would tell you that \I where a greater effort, more work, more Im'r."U- f might have to sentence some person because he
there was not any evidence at all. gallon had been done, combing almost with a line- wan a great big fellow, or because he was a Lilliputian. .
y tooth comb to gather evidence. I would feel like resigning God knows we
"honestly, I have never in my over forty year* experience make d"IS't want it ever to occur In America that the size ..
r IpsgWINB seen tried a cost' that was a* absolutely "nut, as was said a long time ago, you can't is going to determine whether a man is guilty or.
I devoid of evidence a* thin. That Is the honed truth. \* brick without"straw and you can't make a cane innocent. IS
S without facts.
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Miss Lexie Robinson Beta aigma: rni .u..u jr, ccuruary 27 uof
Tourist Club Members 11 Miss Vivian McRae Miss Dorothy Crosby Mrs! E. J, Dowling,

See Gasparilla Movies! To Wed Mr. Harley To Wed N. R. Hardy To Wed J. P. Trembly the The Beta Gamma Sigma Theta Phi 'Sorority Chapter will of of members Orange are and requi Call< qt"1.jt Sr Ul.1'

A. L. Crosby of
and Mrs.
Mr .
hold Its regular monthly meeting present.WATCH
An enjoyable evening was upeniat t. Brooker. Florida, announce the
the meeting of the Starki!
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engagement of their daughter r ----
Thursday at the t.e' I -
Tourist Club Dorothy to Noel Ulshburg Hardy
glon Hall. Moving pictures of thiQarparllla son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Van H. Priest Co.Inl
Parade and the Tnmpi
Hardy pioneer residents ot Pompano .
June Caldwell orfh'flPb. Fair, also the Starke Santa Claw Beach.
Kill tor I'h..llu %t Parade were shown.
State Farm 43 The wedding will be solemnized
Several contests were en love' April 6 at 5:00: p.m. In the First
-- -- and refreshments were served b1] Church in Pompano
Club Members W. T. Weeks Chapter the club hostesses.! Now mcmben' Beach No formal invitations are
were added to the roll. sent, but all friends and
Will Be Hosts
Will Hear Red The benefit bingo was such isiicceBs invited. "Silv..r Anllh'C'rHlU' '" .
relatives of the couple are (' the. ISHt t. d"ys IOUI' ) ! Representative Mar. 2 To District UDC last week that plans wen e11I I'll thr"lIgh the l'C of the onth.
made for (mother bingo party foi of : :
Miss Crosby, a graduate
The monthly meeting of the The W. T. Weeks' chapter of the Thursday. March 2, at 8 p.m. al I II Florida State University is a ,.___
Club will be held U D. C. will be host at a. district the Legion Hall. Attractive prlzci I
Junior Woman' of the Beach $1'
I II member Pompano
Thursday, March 2. at 8:00: ( p.m. meeting held In tho Starke Wo will be given and refreshment! .# School Faculty. She Is a I.adies' Nylon Panties. EAUTIIEN WAR

Annual Reports will be given by man's Club building herd Monday served all for the small admlsa'or' I ... ;! ':" ';it, 1 member High of the Beta Sigma Phi l..adleol'! Uayon Panties Pitcher. 5 pt. .
tt la morning February 87 at 19:30: o' of 50 cent Proceeds ..
att Committee ChalrnK-n. price will gitowards : 'P } social sorority. 39c, 4ge. 5ge Clay Flower ("ots JOe to :
all members attend clock. At 1 p.m. a delicious IUI1'h.eon a building fund for i
Important that Methodist Ih J "':. '.1 After graduating from Pompano ..- IfWIllTf
Bess MacInto h. American will be served In the Tourist Club building In Starke ,, --
as Representative, will be educational building across the Come out and enjoy the binge I \. / 1I .I High School Mr. HarJjaerved In TABLI WARE Steel Frying "an1
Cross ,
Red Instructions street from the woman's club. party. Join Tourist Club I ..1, .' the U. S..Navy for two years. He I '
vour ant of
and outline I Mr. and Mrs. C. W Robinson IladJ
the speaker IOe
'or handling the local Red Price for the luncheon will be do your part for the visitors in out. Mr. and Mrs. Barney E. McRaeof t la now co-owner of the LJndy Lebanon Va., announce the engagement I' Dinner Plate, ea. Stainleslo4'Rteel :
drive In residential areas $1.23 per plate, and proceeds will midst and help your town to grow Starke announce the engage Hardy Sinclair Service Station in and approaching marriage Oyster Howl. ea. . IOe Dutcher Knife "'(
which the Juniors will be In charge go toward Improvements [or the ment and approachlngmarrlage of Pompano Beach. of their daughter Lcxie Cup & Saucer, set 10e A. ---

of. educational building kitchen. B&PW To Sponsor their daughter, Vivian to AlonzoH. Robinson, of.Starke, to Chief Pet -
hostesses for the evening Among those attending this Harley III, son of Mr. and Mrs. WMS Meeting ty Officer John P. Trembly of Fast Color Dress I'rin (.
will Social be Mrs. Leon Moorcr, Chairman meeting will be a number of state Easter Seal Sale A. H. Harley. Jr., of Kingsley Lake Held At Church Buchanan W. Va., now stationed CONQI.EUl\1 yd. . .
officers of the UDC. The wedding will be an event In Jack FLOOR MATS Flowered
Miss Sara Barefoot Mrs.Norbert The Business and ProfessionalWoman's at at the Naval Air Station & Printed PI I
Szymczak. Miss Barbara Club is sponsoring the of Sunday evening.First March Presbyterian 12 The Women's Missionary Society sonville. 15c. 25c, 3ge. 6ge yd. . 5ge &

Cameron and Mrs. Leslie ''Biggs. Tom Graves Honored Raster Seal Sale for the benefit of, 5 Church o'clock of In Starke.No the of the First Baptist Church ,met The wedding will be an event of .. .#

At Birthday Dinner crippled children and adults. Th Invitations are being sent Tuesday afternoon at o'clock' In March. our WINDOWS for NEW and BETTER val-"
of the sale this will the church.
Fellowship Supper purpose year but all friends of the couple are
be t to send children to by singing Cemetery Working VAN H. PRIEST CO. $
Set For Tonight Tom Graven was the honor summer invited to attend the wedding and The meeting was opened
guest at a surprise birthday dinner camp at Crystal Lake. Everyone the hymn "Take My Life and
also the reception to be held There will ba a working at the '
and Is urged to Easter Seals. 1 5c to $1 Up Clyde Prlest,)|
The Fellowship Supper of the given by Mrs. Gravel buy Immediately following the ceremony L t It Be" Mrs. H. Hough gave Kingsley Lake Cemetery today
First Christian Church will be held her sister Mrs. Buna Cuminlngs at the Episcopal Church the devotional for the afternoon.Mrs. (Friday). All Interested persons Ais4. at Southern Stores Nlta Dob..K vpi,

Friday night at 7:30: o'clock on Sunday, Feb. 12, held at the WCTU TO MEET Center. F. B. Beard program chairman are urged to attend. .LIt
the church lawn. This Is In keep home of Mr. Graves uncle and The local WCTU will hold its presented the program on the
Week. aunt Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Abernathy "On Our Doorsteps." Mrs.
with Brotherhood topic
ing regular' this Of
meeting afternoon World Day Prayer
The public Is cordially Invited in Graham. Many relatives Beard was assisted by Mrs. F. J.
((Friday) at the home of Mrs. A.
Is asked to bring and friends assisted Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. S. E. Sparks. The FURNITURE GSTORE
and each person Graves and M.... Cummings in W. Anderson Sr., at 3 o'clock. All A world day of prayer Is being
along a covered dish for this members are urged to attend. observed at the PresbyterianChurch program was closed with prayer by
occasion. Come and enjoy this making this event an outstanding this morning (Friday) from Mrs. R. A. Thomas.

fine fellowship. success. WIIY PAY MOKFT: Urn Rsterl 9:30: to 1:30: o'clock. All denominations The business session was presided
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More than one hundred guests brook l Fountain Hens ((91.75)) 8f'oI't are participating in this over by Mrs. Sparks, presi I
Executive Board enjoyed the wonderful dinnerserved point you Ilka b wt.-Brad service. The public Is invited to dent. The watchword for the year WILL
on a large table under a
County Telegraph. attend. was given in unison. Following the
The executive board of the spreading oak in the spacious reading of the minutes routine
Starke Woman's Club will meet yard of the Abernathy residence.AH business, and committee reports NT
on Thursday afternoon. March 2, of Mr. Graves' family :were the meeting was closed with prayer WIDE
at 3:30: o'clock in the club build- present except one ulster, M..s.Onle by Mrs. L. D. Haines.Auxiliary .
Ing. All members are urged to Sullivan of Daytona Beach. : '
attend. The dinner consisted of basket I THRU
To Meet
lunches, picnic style, with !great SA'LEi
platters of fried chicken barbecued
-=== The Ladles Auxiliary of the First Eaay Term* Starke Fla Fiw Delivery
pork and gallons of bruns- Presbyterian Church of Starke MAR.' 41

wick stew. Credit for the dellclous \Vrll, Colk.., dear bashful Carolyn and Wllltston in the finals will hold Its regular monthly meeting
barbecue goes to the Rev. Is going to attempt a come Captain Grace Dickinson and Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock '
fBILCSTARKE W. C. Bu'rton. who, with the back Seems I've been away Coach Lou Beyers were understandably with Mr J. R. Kite at her. home i
assistance of teveral friends, pre so long I've missed out on a lot thrilled when they accepted on West Call St. I
pared It the preceding evening.Prior of gossip Our local BPW the trophy for the team -- --'::' .::'

Run., "...n.. Tu....., I....... 26 28 to the Burton meal grace was asked gala had a dlxtrlct meeting Sun afterwards The buys placed
by Rev. and Brothers I
day In Marclcnny and returned ,Jack Eaves on the all-stars team -
Bob Perkins, Clarenro Melton with & potted plant as attendance I|.'I. and ho was presented a sportsmanship -- -

COBRA WOMAN\ snd a young preacher from High prize and a lovely Chinese figurine award"Mctermau" :
land. Following the fount a group : l
which was won by Oesta Dyul
of singers from Highland entertained E. L. !McKnlghtw'0.8 y us' Vit in SEVENTEEN
JUan.IOlltpz! Jon ll.tll & Raliul with number In a recent news story contest the very much in evidence on a
a of beautiful _
hM l.ale. Noun, &: I..tII&ht hymns. club conducted With their recent Wednesday when his name ..
president. Paulino Torode went for a"SO
Spaco does not percent Appreciation Day
On Mexico" !ShortXViNl. permit the listing
Delia Rosenberg, Marlon Howe, .
of the scores of friend and ticket was called Lucky people
relatives present wishing Mr Garnita Hutto, Madge Middleton. To that list add D. B.
A Thurn., March I &: :31IOITKK Graves many happy returns on Mildred Doyle, Mildred Sapp, Pat Thorns nf Brooher who won the

.... FEATITUK this occasion but one and all enjoyed Lambe, Helen Maloneand Desta television set which the Lions I
the day Immensely. Dyal Audr"y Newman with Club sold chances on AnnHayer. 13ENI13, MEENIE, MINY HOE
John Hogan of G'ville and Bill very red Oldsmobile convertible

BLOND ICE Fifth Graders Hosts and Margaret Scruggs were a- coupe makes a bright
mong those attending the Valentine spot along Call Street 'Twasa
LnUlo BrooUl, Itubort Paige. At School Breakfast dance held by the Junior very nice Xmas present J.
Woman's Club at the Pelican club D.
AND and Mildred Doyle are driving
Mrs. Gay's, fifth grade had a recently Carolyn didn't make a new Plymouth Mildred says
BILL & COO I breakfast reeenlly'In the school it so can't elaborate but under* they, really know how to appreciate

cafeteria for the purpose of showIng stagd!!:t everyone enjoyed the) oocasloik It (A3\ they haven't had a new .

Featuring Iliirton.' I... ve Klril.i I I the children T5at!::; a proper! . I car in 15 years ,
,\I..... Latent NewsFrl. breakfast should be like New farett. in new places around N'elln Nollma.li Janle Avery and !
Outside griesti' fnvlted wars Mr. town Spotted Margie Manlreat Bertha Pearo conducted a very .
I Partln and Mr. AdeUhelmer. the Starke Dry Cleaners and Edith successful Bingo party last week
S.it., March', S 1IMH school principals, ; Mrs. !Moore) Manning Ray in the ticket win (or the Tour lit Club and some
I tho offlre secretary; Mrs. Young' dow at the Florida Theatre very nice prizes were won 80
HLE FRATI'KK th general supervisor; and Mrs. Jack Abe) and Barbara Breazeale many prizes were donated they I
MrKnlght the school nurae. make n nice-looking couple and plan to have another game soon
BLACK SHADOWS Several children got there ear are down to the "sharing-a-chiek- Incidentally Janie and Bertha 3
ly to help get things ready and en-iltnner" stage Starke were guests, and I do mean guests
AND the breakfast was served at 8:45. should be proud of their girls (the non-paying kind) of the
Taming of the West Cereal and orange juice were basketball team as regards their: Tampa Terrace Hotel when they ARE ALL SO DARL1N'
served first followed by eggs performance Saturday night as vlnlted the State Fair there -
With \VII I pared all of the meal except the They walked away with the Joyed her stay there as custodian ...
Short. & Serial eggs. Mrs. Jones fixed them. Tournament Championship In of the Bradford Booth for the

Nancy Lee Bates and Sandra Lake Butler after a hard-won Chamber! of Commerce And \" '. .' '
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---- Strickland Reporters. game with Mulrose in SemifinalsCARPENTER'S really appreciated an invitation

tc stay with the Oarv Ennls' after : ...._
spending several sleepless 'f'' j i.

CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S' CARPENTER'S nights In a hotel due to thp noise :

of fair-friers She met several ,..,>, 0..
old friends from other states 1 ,... "' -
e ePAD : fiJ One a profesxor to whom, she
IJlJ WEEKEND went to school By the way I ,
rrtr. ; AlANDf'i Shoppers'Spedal the IJ rail ford Booth' contained the,'
only ,
growing strawberry plants
'Of! SPAGHETTI at the fair A credit to Starke'I

SEASON and the county I
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l >rM> and Kd.lle Ilartmonn
with lltlln Edillo haie moved Into
Inhiston NeohetramincI'at\ ItitllH, Tuclc! your toea in th* llcclvflilll
50SPKC1AL a new home on the Jacksonville

Hard Koll.Coltfn highway to be nearer Eddie's recently c*>u..l. lli..t eY.r t..LL.d
.t: expanded furniture buslnes -I
A-H Ana Hist. Antamine Other new businesses in'I ..crnis a campus or a country

. that direction Include the Ray
_. ..--..: Strongs El Rancho Motel with its i I l.n.1 Sin. 'la-tonta ana multi-color* intli

beautiful building and Joe Noe-
SPECIAL! S/JEC/AI..! gel's new restaurant still further,, In..li..t. *ot*>l ].attirr. .nr

out Starke may someday extend r .rent AND chcll! tL.
to Luwtey who knows!I

Pro-Phy.Lac.Tic' :-40nWlcn George and Mildred< Sa PI'. Connie Lo.II..ler. l I'rie..I.jl It
DANGLERS Marian Howe and family and

A N .1 I Delia Rosenberg( are among the, you p1ea>....wli.r* .!.. Jo
Tooth Brush.s I soon to have new home The 1:1I1: ,
muck for
25c Rosenberg Lake home Is on Kingsley I you ftt to 10

Wt. hate lady furnwr In our
3 for 59c 69c midst with nurse Sara McCall I
'"to hnltl. }"iii "loPr.| trying to mnnage a farm near

Jasper In her 'snare' time 5.95 aj 6.95

John and Sara Torode are now
living with John's mother or
Kingsley Lake after b.,lng away, -
IMtrMltll'lUIXS for some time, and he Is back In I
Our prescription service Is always quick efficient the Chevrolet agency The $* '"?2 \<

dependable and pleasant. "Quality drugr* loesl, fiir) Seout Puck 70( had aparty.ln' srclj*\\* .i v if,"J.fc* J *

at minimum prices" U our pol t'y. "For this dependable St. Mark's Pariah Hall
last night Thursday) to relrbrstethe .. ..
I prescription service Mi-phone\ 61" Scout anniversary Oils month ..

day or nllth t ... They al..n have a dlxplnv of IioecI Guo.al..............."''iJ
articles from the varlou!* dens in ...... -
the window of Bradford Hard- -

war* CV>, I'd better stop or .
more Important news may have
to be left out for this Important
CARPENTER'S part of the paper Stumps' Department Stof
Girl., don't forget to register,

The Store Where You See Your Prescription Filled for Jury Duty and to reregiitrrto I

registration vote office I'll meet. you in the I TELEPHONE, 100 COR. CALL & THOMPSON STS. STARKE, FlfEB

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One goal laugh t* worth a lo.cnS4 I Sen. Dilworth Clark, 'Funeral Friday .*, Younn. Defendant Case NonnnK.n !", flHOI- -IT -(..-.lltT.-- lilt IDrnnul- !-OFFICIAL- ..NEAL- : ) A. J, Thorna.

1 pills the ROTARY MIN 1161.I 'OI'>Tl. r-I.OMIH ti iv Aa Clerk of said Court. I
'j 1 Well Known Here For Mrs. Morgan I OK. 1'1'I1LJC'ATJnNAN -r.HIi"Ko"al. Ph.lntl".1 nv Haven Croehy. 1> t",
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STRKt. and cure) your III. To AITKAIl "I Rlmori. John 1. ". : 4K32 Colonial
OTATW OHKI.OKIIIA I In-: lames' v.. .|.nee i.;It..",... llefHiiilanl. "I'Him. Avenue, Jack.unifl.., Klii
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Mr. and Mr\ J R. Chaste, Jr. {I Unopposed For SenateState I Longtime ResidentMrs lt n now. Vixinic whimc reHlilenre, I IK I'li No 77HToiinro. Any for Pit. 1-34 4t 8ITin

Ispent last weekend aight-seolnor in Vim .. !1t! i"IK F'!'01.11' \ no N ,
and othercities Emma Ion" If'li.-h' mirniulrecl Ihesalm'....-nriun- AND NOTIl'IC' TO AITKMlHTATK o T. r, KNotice
Yampa. St. Petersburg Morgan/ 80 L'Tlh I 1I! fi0. In I I. hereby given that. the
THE NEWS : on the west coast. r time resident of Bradford County cd tiff l iViurl HI.Oku' and+illtune: raim iimliiily. herein i :n n.I"' lnln-run1n : i I who' nK+,H| rv|"-i'III uI.'nrr'' DA, I to s ."h..rlp.!,.Ni' ICImorn -- ': ."r'. KlNtratliin/ nookn of Hraitforii.
died In Shadycrest Hospital Tuesday ..1 l nf minor child , ttoilth I'.n .ihn.i, 3111 Syringe ''''the will he open at the offlrw
I Mr Nona Moore and daughter. j f ReRlxtratlonlinn '
!! ,, ". I Supervisor
I 1 Street, .
.. .. Tcl.-H-riii.li" I .hull pit hush lhl l I- told "IIM untl l.I"t | .
morning after a brief illness ,: ,: :!: March t. IIIDI IhrniiKh April
Louise of Whitman Ga. recently >nl'-i III ,
II \t four lily I Yoll ,
I woe IKHUOKVlln.Hn Hr.rI'I"d" | |'' to I IIM u "n I I. '''BO to permit retrlntured electors
.r Valentine ; I| Mrs. W J. Mrs F i moved to Stark where Mrs.\ Moore\ She was the Confederate widow of \ ,m\ hnnil, nut nrfl.. .lul) seal I Varfli, J ilh I'',, It n, ih. uhii\ IIHIIII'll .e"', .litiidlv:> refft"lfreft and otherp.
?Mrs i I th .lute Frank Morgan and a HI Sink.Kli.rlrlii, Ihl. K.l>runr%' Poilrt mill h, h'"' phtln' ,'j"( 'lore. In h" r".laen..1 under Ihie
erlMitrCermanv:;) arrived I Godwin. Mr. and Mrs H T. Godwin ,j{I will be superintendent of the 10rAIhOlcPltal. ) $4i ->Mt 1 I'f.OCKKIfl' I I Iff xi.i'k'il\. i 1t1l..If.,1., "'.'JlIlIt). i .....n..nt1.,10'' r.I.tr..Uut8'
Ii'' ke their home and their guests Mr. and Mrs. :j They are residing; in the :member of the Baptist Church. ( ) $ ..VI. SKA I.) A. I ThomaM.. T>-leiira.: | ihiil, ,nilillih,,, ''hi-' i irrtt i iin i I.''">" "of Klnrlilu.
AI'lerk 'nf -ulil r'uuii. + I nnxt f ii' !l\ .
\ i ''tin.' i iWHne Albert I. (rroehy JrHupeiM
'),.brother-tn-law H. B. Montgomery of Griffin, Ga.. E. J. Dowling home at 209 Christian Mrs Morgan( was born on Feb 'i *l>\ II..i' .s, x ,'I l ,nt,, | ,,fi t.. al i nU,i I Ii i+"r of Registration! .
'and Mrs. L. I i spent Sunday visiting Rainbow Street. :tI I 1870 ,in Clay County. the> daughter K K I'::,"rrj man. Nlarki, FlumlnVtty ; "i Stark "< i ''Hi nl l t.ruary ', i, Krniirnril County, "Florida.I .
foi i-f ii .
(1(. I | ti 41 s I 1'r n'M' I .'4
+ of the late Moses and MillieTomlinson -
,,; ;tarke. Capt. Springs and Weeklwachce Spring. Mr. and Mrs. U E. Jordan( "ifOvelda GutJirle. years .,:::< ...... ,._...",- "' ... .
d Mrs. Rudolph I Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Montelth of were guests of Mr. and Mru Tn recent I :\ta!!.: Ic-: .:., a I ,\.i'l.t.j7 Ji- I ---- 'imhl.1! (
I she had made her home with lie
upon their Eustlce here
,ork spent Sunday visiting T. J. Griffin last weekend.
allowed friends daughter Mrs I* L. Johns of Nov
and and relatives.
any I Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Davis of Bur 1 River i SHOP AT DENMARK'S ANFACE SAVE

( city before Butch Smith sun of Mr. and Mrs. lock Md.. are visiting their uncle I
Starke. I Besides her daughter .she Ir i
or for Junius Smith last weekendIn
spent and aunt, Mr. and Mra. B. H.
Mrs. R. J. Davis : West Palm Beach vl"IUnlhis\ Smith. survived by one son Mat M. Morgan I

last weekend (uncle and aunt, Mr.\ and Mrs.Genrre of Starke and two brothers. I IUndll..y
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Montelth :3f: ALL-WOOL AXM1NISTERGLAMOUR :
Smith Jr., of II. Bennett and their son, Guthrie of Tamps, and : WOOL : I
of Euaticc were guests of Mr. and
Nayon Guthrie Jacksonville.!
t. and Mrs. H. G. Kimball. Mrs W. H. Qrahnm last weekend.On 1
Funeral I services will be held Ir i SCATTER RUGS I
lesville. Mrs.\ W S. Wilder of Miami their return they were accom. 0

Mrs. E. F. :. arrived last weekend to spend I II ''nnnled. by malice and Hank Gra the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel thlf

,:spent last I several<< day, here visiting her ham who will visit them for several afternoonFriday( at 2 O'clock! RUGS

ybbins.. Ca., visiting brother-lu-law and sinter, Mr. and i I'
ints Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. E. F. !Miles.- I Mrs. Carrie Rltch licit Tuesday of Tampa officiating/ assisted bv 27"xl.VAVer. :

ie occasion was : Clients of Mrs. Peggy Tilley last I for Jacksonville\ where she will Senator Dilworth Clark Rev I* D. Haines Interment wll' 9.9. 'al.

n's golden weekend were her son, Donald Ray I snend a month vlsitlr( Or. and dean of the' Florida Legislature I follow In the Kingsley Lake Cem- I \

Tllley Buck Domanl and Miss Mrs. C. C, Mendoza and Dr and and -well known In Staike and etery. Were{ 3JO

f>d Mrs. Harold C. Betty Newsome all Jacksonville. Mra. T. O. Rltrh. Bradford County m "the Judge,"I! Active pall bearers will be R

tn, Bill and Nancy Mrs. R. F. Young anent Saturday Guests. of Mr. and Mrs U O. has "been elected from the 22nd IV Alvarez "'. E. Thornton, C. T. 95 595Ii
HAzen last wire Mr. and Wade. P. D. Ii MALE: 2 I'llICK
[:weekend In Tampa at Jacksonville Beach as guestof Sunday Senator1" District" for another Reddish Leonard Col-

Blane Carwlle. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dabney. She Mrs I. H. Hazen of Jacksonville.Mr four-year term. ,son, and Lacy, Conway.

n they visited was accompanied home by her sister I and Mrs Richard Tnede and Senator Clark has been. a member

es! here before Mrs. M. J. Hester, of Florence son Rlchv of Jacksonville w..re'I'u."ls of the State Legislaturesince I NOTICE

their home In St. Ala., who had been visiting the of Mrs. F. H. Long; last 1931 and before going Into To the voters of District One:
weekend.Get .
Dabnevs. Wednesday Mr And I the higher branch of tho Legis,1 ulll be u candidate for re-election ALUMINUMEZIKleen ALL METAL
OW ON SALE for t'I Mrs. Young and Mrs. Hester visited set for the FTTX FEAST of lature, served two terms. In the for( member of the Bond cf Public
the Blinds
'Young's son-in-law anddaughter i House of Representatives. A native Instruction I will make formalannouncement
March 8, 7. ITSO ldlf.
g. Adults 75c. < !: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mar of Montlcello, he Is president Inter -J. S. (Buddy -
I Mr and :Mra. H. B. Sulllvnn spent
tin, In Ocala. 'Inst Sunday In BranrWd vlsltlnc Bank and a past president of the ) Norman. -(Adv.) I
John F. MacDonald of of the Farmers & Merchant
chief Machinist's mate USPT Starke., assigned Mr.Mrs Sulllvnn'. parents. :Mr. and Florida Bankers Association lie Come In And See Our a. w '
R. S. Sullivan on their forty-
to the destroyer Corry hadan fifth weddlnir wall President of the Florida l\ ('UKIll4ftl HT. II\IIPnillt Nice ISIindaVe 9 5
to anniversary- Senate during the 1947 session. 01T1, Kl.Ollllitl tMurinn \ C11'I'd-
opportunity enjoy the Mardi 19
1 j Mrs.\ Effle John .spent last week t'I'II\: -
Gras festivities in New Orleans. I i As an attorney. Senator Clark has H.'miiK'Vl", 0""<|, Ptiilntlfr'' .
His ship which Is regularly based i'pin Jarksnnvillewisltlng hpr sister, practiced In Monticello for many vs No Nelmn T7A4i J Diiiiil l>ef..nilniit. t'a"e
Mrs. Mcna
McCrutchetm and her
at Pensacola stopped at New Or. years and was County Jtylge, ; of i ounnit' Of I'l'nurATlON' : 2 PASSENCERcimrt.s :
1 niece Mrs J. J. dross.Set. I AND Nrrrrr-M, TO API'K.tlt \ now have Murk bllmln
leans five the Jefferson County from 1909 to
days festival
during HT.fW 1 l-'I.OIlin/V xn/tlf+ Illa+
and 1111's. A. E. Wall anddaughter. In: "NrlHnn; on hnml.lilili lzel ,
and then continued Its regular 1921, i IJ (loom!. uhitH .....Irt"n.'. and nil_ 'x TOMATCHASHOKTKU -
training Mnrla. left Wrrlnenrlnv Senator Clark has considerable< dross 'In. N Choiitcr Street Ullirim. z K", so", ay, S.". n an.' '
mission. : ('OI..ORS-
scatrt ''for Fort Bli's, Texas whore Swt tf i r'i>niixvlviiiilfi -
: : 01.
1 : : length I
Mrs Warren Perkins and Mrs. Interests and investments In You nre rcftulred I to srpitar nn
1 I WAn will attend a six month's !March STih, I9RI/ In the ah.ivn namml .. I
Starke and Bradford County
Annie Colson have as their guest school dentine; with the nilcli'd .'..nft and, reline.. wherein ,lilnln.
this week their nephew. Dr. JamesW. through his friend l. colleague andadvisor I Iff Hoekn illvnn-e. Ttrnilfnnl, (" '"n'y
ir-l'sf'es branch of antl-nircrnft Sen. Charley ":. Johns,: TelHirrarh' shall publish Ihla'Uliler' We have a large number of Bedroom & Living Room
Poppell Jr. of EI Paso, Texas Mr. and \Mrs Joe( Marlines! spent In next hour. weekly; iMMiieni .. .
I who has recently returned from Inst weekend In .Tncksonville vlsUlntr who Is his local representative.i I nr WltneHH stnrke. ,inv.Kltirlila(h..nI'an.1, Ihla offlolul, seal 4 Suits for you to select from. Come in and see them!

two and a half years' service over their son and dau hter-ln- Appreciation was expressed by I S2m. lasn.(1)rrlrlI.> Ki-bruary '
Senator Clark for the many congratulatory 1 CR,\I.) A..1. ThomunI .
seas with the
Air Force.
us for rt-JtaMe. I Army law. Mr. and Mr J. A. Martinez letters and telegrams i I A. Clerk of. sold.' Culirt '
Dr. Poppell Is en route to New On their return they were' accom'anled 1 t'v Tin von (l'rarbv l> f, Denmark Furniture Co.IMIONE
received from friends. In Bradford "frank .
tth needs at York City where he will be a ,' bv their little rrnnrMausrhfter Lnnilnim HUrke." Flurl
I County on his nomination. | Airy for Plf 11-14 41 3.n .
resident physician In Memorial ,
Betty Jean who will visit them
We ,
> priM Hospital which operates In conner for two weeks. is ('iiiciir ;..;; ;. RutlI'oaD1'1)1''l3 151 -f STAKKE:, .'1.\.

III...." exatiiww I tlon with the Sloan kettering<< Oue-ts of Mr. and 'rs.1111""d: IRAD IN TELEVISION': > I >.'nv. Kl.lllllllI*. < !! ">. 1 .

Foundation of Cancer Research. 'urtrl 1 this week were Mr and Mrs. More television! stations Art operating Nina II Young, "I'lnlnllff, vs. .Iiim. .J. .:: ;.--- ::.--... ..:_..:. .._.. .:. .- .- -. ,. : : -.1'-. :;,_ :.._ ....rJi. ..: : .: ....... _.:..' ; '
single *
i r\ery ... Mrs Alma Sorrelli of Jacksonville crank. Callahnn of Monterey\ I within the boundaries of

5 fill visited friends In Starke :Jlon-: Tenn the United States than all the rest Birthday-WrddingH oar '_ ___

day and Tuesday. John O Anrlerson. returned to.lof i the world combined or SpecialCAKES .1

I PHONE .9! Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Ray and ,children ct Aii" lIn.fondov!\ after spend-
of Monticellq spent the week 'Inn tart weekend here visiting. hit' I I Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tyus and !

venue Starve, end here with Mrsj Ray's parents, parents. Mr. and, Mrs. A. W. 'last'song Kenneth and Harold spent I RMIIK': TO OIUI.nIr" : I : HOME TARL1NG I STARKE
weekend visiting relatives in
Mr. and Mrs B. S. Edwards and Anderson Sr. I S
[ West Florida. :\ Harry Lnppe i .
other relatives. Mr\ and Mr. t'. M. Barefoot I OWNED FLORIDA
Raymond] Howe, Jr.. son of Mrs SHI N. Church Ht. Markets
spent last Smithy In SiimlersonvlsUlnff /
-- reHtiv s. Marian' Howe of Starke: recently j Grocery;

transferred from the University
fry Kranch of .5'1"es)Mrs. P. M. Barefootlslted; rel- 'i, "f Florida to Hob Jones College ..t9'o1Ac.u' ; ; : ---A l' .. -l'------: : I
in Jacksonville Tuesday
INSURANCEC. afternoon. P. O. Box 1048 Greenville S. C PHONE 218 SPECIALS: FCW)' THE WEEK ENDING FEItltUAItY 25TH. 1950.
I Mr. and Mr Mnxte/ Carter spent
Miss Joan Osmenter of Oalnesvllle ,
spent several dave. this week Tuesday In Jacksonville visiting' COLONIALFLORIST WE RESERVE'; uuarr TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. ('nil & Cherry Streets
I Mr And Mrs. Wan!! Fnutli and
vHt'ng1 her nnrenU Mr. and Mrs
nttendlrig the funeral of HaroldWhltchead.

WALL AGENCY fflg Junlus Cucyts.. Smith.of Mr. and Mr. C. I>. ,1 I'
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Rt rke of

PLEASE. PHONE 146 snn..Edwards Wayne lest and weekend Sidney were TaprelJ their of Smithfield annual visit, Va.to their are paying"namesake"their Brookfield!

Daytona Bench\ They are both
town and have been guests at LOVERS B U T T E R 69C
students at Montverde School

Constant Service Over 50 Years State Miss"Farm Peggy was Caldwell the guest of the of Avery every Inn.winter The Sturkes'arid have visit a genuine :Florida FOR ALL OCCASIONS Per Pound

friendly Interest our city
in ,
Miss Barbara Bunch last weekend
because of the Identical spelling

of the names. While here they v
ASSIFIE :,studies Monday Drew at after Reddish the University spending resumed:of a Florida week his new cd the their Telegraph;subsrribtlon.office and which' re C ) KOUNTY KIST PER CAN No. 21-2 Can Phillips EA.

took'out and
they Islet winter
|NT: 8tor' Mdw (formerly1umpty : KOtt R.:NT' a 8-rm ImnnnloM-. here with his parents. Sheriff and state that they enjoy keeping; up DISH' GARDENS :
nilmpty Oaf) oppo- furn. ALMS a 3-rni cotta.?" turn. Mrs P. D. Reddish c
fnrk Jrlll. Theatre Apply Liu UP _Uuth clung In. ,..J. T ", ultchy..f_ | _. I I1L" (with the news since friends they during havemade POTTERY CORN 141C Pork&Beans172SARDINES
II'CTION HALK liCit 4. I'00'PM. ',: _' 1t'.Jf.' .. .. ., many .
their visit here. Mr. Starke .Is a
: person familiar with en. HoUHehnli! irooili (bi'ililltiKcllnheH POTTKD: > !"I.ANTSFl.OYF.I'c
.g machine work. 'Iu.t be pli'tureM, trunk, f"1I1l urn, large-scale; peanut farmer and partof
ncvd. Bom Kg tark.. Fla. I....I". etc.): Mra II. P. Halk.r"
tils crop goes to fatten hogs ; WIREDANYWHERE
home Junction highways tSl A f.
18. Hampton, 2lp :3-tt for those famous Smithfield hams.
singer Sewing Machine Flat Oil
". Terms .are .available In ra11110g III:1't: IIIyIIi: t liJW Cherk your blue, forget your ,
I Ion only:' through HHnreiMnrhlnx All Make" Ill Model \ Come and hour Nona St Stark 7-lc
<'0.. ., l-ak City. F.a. l'h.m "'tier. t'. KIIKPIIKItll: Brother Bone ROTARY MIN- .... Each
rl.iI. or.vtalt' our shop. Our Court al MailUaii.. <>...1'.... ,..... :18': HTHKL March 6. 7. .. --.- .-, ., """" ----.. -, "-.-. I
'b "Ser' lce rnrs will vlnllfioni
upon reiiuept. Mmlrtt. '

< 11.- K...i.i..I I NOW

*. equipment. ..... ,lArir' m.rvlr.'*.1.| ,c-- isht'Jd Cash Prices Paid
pW ,1' Quirk SWEET SIXTEEN \ Can
!911. l-Hmr M..f He.... IMiy Large :
nth ale Bnlloiiuh K.I 11NT :

: Clean donlrabl CI.IMrnlHhed on IN: UNITEDWIN
talon unfurntnh. ) SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25.: Tues. & Wed., Feb. 28. :Mar.; I OLEO 39cBACON
An.... Also cottac C'nloplal.
""I) W. Madlinn. If ; : W. .PECKOr ; 1
John Turner UO-"Why: do. u chicken : : DOUBLE FEATURE I..
...t *..... .rt- .....1. i j TW SWOt West: lUSHU!
de .
pine drive wet ...4a,. P. O. Box 163 cross! '
l.rwle, rare Sweat' Shop Gainesville, Fla. : '. ,! RebAty&tbaa ,
!ft.! Stark. IfpIIHrr I
I i (WbuNG.HALE.JU.L3S11' Best White\
HONES"Dat am easy toanswer. .
> COIIPI.B with means will Send card and I .
me a post 1
mall child' to ritliM' us theirVery IIiboyTO/ GET I .. 23c
Bond horn. Aildrvmi: \ will come see you : j 1'I. ,.- I Center Cuts Per Pound
1[I ox (33 Buihnell Fin TO THE I '
tip 1.24nLE ''I O\R"U ''V' OKU ItU>I..., : a_nt/y. ,
/ RtlIII-/'II/lr.O4ItPllr. f. St' .
March I. Moil 3-rm """T'"I..:*. ...*.........1
.1.t!, range, stood spate heat TIARI.KH* MIKF'IIKUIl: I
ii 1 I. yard. Adult nr eoupleflInfant ,.1 Court A Madison IIta., Htark
child I.... ml. R of ROTARY l-lirn iMlml Uorlcl N>MMl A
taka' left-hand ril"D..ttf FOR nEST: l.nrga comforlaM'. Ihcdrm PINEAPPLE No. 2 Can DIXIE PRIDE LOAF
hrldB Mra. C C Turn apt To Inspect appiyl> -AND-
103 W. MadiN for ky tfiark
> g-grin<> Tlrwl" Cartoon.

M.B.l 12-ft: .S'ji factory-built h.B, nutl:>o evpreesI'Med rd mo-t _. *etal 1)ry.'>".fleer..*.. n plcklin Jk !..pulut..< 141cBREAD
twice, .""...U..n&. con- .t Ihehr.r'sIft SWpt. I tJ1:: J ''j lOc
A dry cleaning' 1 ellI
fun for b...". Marks. Klti-h I I Leave ynitr laundry
in station, ml U. "f al I1AIIMISI18 for prompt
.. aH __ eervla.l I II
hlKhwaytlO.' lip COURSE! 4'.ilOU1t
A/.ALR'AN: : genuine Indian, coronas. .
I deep Ixvendrr. well rooted balled. J
OR RENT: turn, a room. I '8 Inrhds. It 51) par dna a e" a Inch.s '' ..-1 j
'* screened porch llnuniy. 26 r..r.m..IIA" ..1!_ dill br.IH three, 1
hundred nr '
17311 per Kt4-r; lHxly rfr:
'I.>hl. 'J.. atov If heat, 67. f .. R"Ivederc Asal...nhardens ) Thurs. & Fri.. )Iar, 2 & :3)) ROAST

r'"filif. :403 N.KeaMinahlit Walnut Mra. .Fnit. It. : ,'..11I b h.NurseryMr... ?weer. r'" I'uutin.hnrh It It's'.'' > ubvlim'! ,ly the chicken: i.I.-n' 1![ ';MEII\ I '1 1RAOUT STEAK OR 1 LB. 39c

..1... tf, '
18M. Iarlt"n \Olt) "
. i '
M.P., tnn-lb. cap .lee box Innilltlnn .. I Mint to ne> \lift "behind! I: \ \) CHUCK :
NationalP ,
$1 I/)ST. Strayed frnm pi I a n' rrirooker. I
p. -* cooker with vetem ( a l bar "nr," and .. hhl' k I 'l'41
m nt contalnem $,,2. I' mare with whltoP"t In fare 'If, .'111" "( A IIU uo CarlMin A c
s, n""n. Re. M.v. W usa BUILDING I Soy ,,
hits Int "lion 1.1..1
'I.,' ..St Walnut' $t. d'o..ri .j notify anvnne H'n f',,,.,.).. llro..k"r ItWANTEn .-Kfil.<'roJ/ AmentaSirUI. ,.. 1'nd.. .rueorld"

.n'm Btore. HPml ': Tynln A Ken office : OVER SEA No. 21-2 Can Feline Facial 4 ROLLS ;

I IN-r: 4 Purn'lied::: ';;:,. a r"S f. AIn If wnrk vtalemenl lo ill. "nll"'rlp'In my horn's. letters renoMM.,." March] 6-7 j I II Quality j Toilet

''Ht I P! R. Kinney,. 9fp 3.3 I i "' gee h-iokkei-plnn Uenfa Pyal. Sun. & Mon., Feb. 26 & 27 _

KUANS: : ATTENTION I I N Hen way.FOR -lty. D"I.limit or In sign-" houne on lax eu rt high' ofI : J L IIj I PEACHES 26C TISSUE 29C

"", nt I.*.... Iv-MMt f. apt Hot b
r" r RENT:; ; 4-rm. tern
... wtfb ...< *!.. ', ptovit refrlgefere' U
sear r
cold wn' gas
will. ,...* .t..... "M.Cl...il IIS: mn I ,leg SEE: I tWI t\\ .
. ItemingWayh 274 jR
Salt. wfclrli. M.W has v.fn. .- T.(5 wJOEI VIRGINIA
..._.1_.... ex-.er- Thompson ft lip ROTARY ('Ll'nAUULTS
.. In sittr.r1lv. .**. .1....
as Naal ........,........ WANTED: wauress. Good pay toexperienced MCCREA'MAYO
........1.. ..R ......r... ......... person Apply lllnnHlrd 15eCIII'.DREN
N.,.IM! iMfatitrr ffl.ld.. 11. ".- flrlll.' Btarke.' Fla" Itp SAUSAGE PemPound P d161c
I I .-...crew-.d.. ..... <......f we.p.sa.ae-- ron flA 1.1'. r.v; KKTSTK.VB HT' a- 35c: << ( .\'ArT'tIC Voris.rtltl. IIOIIUIIC a

'".'r,. Is.. -f4o' .....Mlt........<.ParIron a term rm. whit. Aliio>. hlnrl Inege. bun lk.<
. ..rtlel eit<._ I. *4 drill tars on T.ak "rook I"" Naeriflrafor I'lu.* iMiitt World New s
.-... -.. ..(......- ntill, "I*. f. r Bennett.TC ..
t .y.ton. 1I.'ah"' Fla. Up "Kitten Sitter" Cartoon. Ad.led! "5URCII OF TIME"I 4



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FEB24 1950PtGI ntlDAY. FEBRUAR2.

Ae Clerk of said Court at t'lt..rke' Florida
former Crcmby
Baldwin haven
ing to happen. Particularly when and family STAT OF FLORIDA to: Lea H, rplIMTV, fLOHIUAl IN: CHANcbnir. T.By Frank L ndrum, marks Fla. (OFFICIAL SEALI j
there's much talk about the< Farm residents, were supper Southard. whole residence I.: Unknown. ; Atty. for Pit. 1.10 4t *'* A,' Clerk I A .
.alao known M Kd. _____ '.
FARMER'SDIARY of bushels of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Frank Meaalap By Haven Crosby n' ,. \oj
millions guests .
millions upon You are required to appear on munch Me.nler Plaintiff "" Henri, iw CIRCUIT ('0 11 R"I'. BRADKOROroUNTY. $. 8. Harrison, LAW Kk. ,.
of potatoes the Government has; Chambers Sunday and called on March 19th. 1950. In the above named etta. Mousier Defendant. C... No. FLORIUAI I:* CHANLeonlrdl Jacksonville, Florida, an.. t,
other friends during the after- Court and cause, wherein plain. 7737. Atty. for PJf.
on hand. SUI'we're worried about tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County I ORDER OF PtTnLjlCATION DIu.nlew..kl, Plaintiff v;. 2.3 (| .'
what the heck we're goingto noon. Telegraph anal publlHh thin Ordet AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Kdalelaw Dluinlewakl Defendant.Ctt"oRDER8OP la rlrvalt C e..t. "
do with them when they ma- Miss Betty Williams had as her In ni.it four weekly. .laauea.WltnAna STATE OF FLORIDA to Henri Kim-Ida In ...........h..fa... *I...
Sam McGarvey whose residence. l I. 480KlllNon PUBLICATION
By my hand and'nfflclal seal] etta Messier Alesos. Rosier. 8llIlOn.,.
turc. luncheon guests Sunday at the at Htarke: : Florida I this 8th of Feb Street Patterson, New Jer- AND NOTICE TO APPKAH: Edits.law ye.: n.r.. Drl"... '...PI,
The author will be Kind to re- e e e home of her parents Mr. and ruary. 1950.OFFICIAL. aoy.You STATE OF FLORIDA to rtmlileiuBand CIsc No. ; .

rrlvo Itmn, of Intoitmt concern- Heard of a fellow near here who Mrs. W. H. Williams Miss Erma ( SEAL rierk), of A. aald J. ThomaaAa Court. March lath are 1USO.required In the to above appear named on. addrexe Dlu.nirtwukl In: Ul.whoae Koaulelna 19-3 Order.......ar..'.wiws.. .. vrs, *...

Inn the actlvlllea of farmer In planted a couple of acres 'of assorted Jean Godwin and Emory and By Haven Crosby, n C. : Court 'and pause Bradford;wherein plaintiff Joiefow K. Otwocka. to appear on William. B. IlrlR....,.,. "vh,1, "III,
niicikK divorce. CountyTelcKralih You are required dene and address ? '
s Hradford County. 8ncirc" ( tl<>nii" maybe greens etc.. only to have Frank Brown of Hampton.Mr. John Ave J. Itendernon., Lakeshore" Esq, JacknontllU. 4A33 Colonial hall publlnh this-Order March 13. 1BISO. In the above nal11"dCo..t You lira required. i i .nk"">

left at the TelcRrnph office or them sprout and then die oft because and Mrs. Rudy McDonell Florida.. In next four weekly laiiuea.WltneNa and caulUe, Bradford whernln plaintiff Count' March tftn 198. ?1 ft'" ."**
Low Icy, Jr. of Dun- Ally fur I'lf. 2-10 41 3-S mY hand and official i"iil! seeks divorce. Order mimed. Court unit i"", 0 .n
mallixl to Sam MrOarvey of a lack of rain. But what and their son Rudy at $Hturke Florida. this February. Telegraph Khali I'lIbll.hhl". plaintiff aeeks. dlvor/ III.*.
Florida. did this farmer do 7 He simply; nellon were visitors of Mr. and IN: rinrriT toi'tir Rn "nrnnit, llh. 1950.OFFiCiAL. In next. .four weekly.hand IBHIIBB.Wltnena and official. (outity TelHKmph shall, || "'"f'M" '
U >TV FI. ( 01 w./
McLendon Saturdayand ( "kl.|
R. P. "
went Into the field and planted Mrs. Flurlda. thla I
right : Aa Clerk of said Court. seal at Starke, 'Pb'U'1 Wltntii.ii mv h ,n record la Sold SI pts. of berries last weekon : wveet corn and it Is growing Sunday. Mrs. J. T. Cogdillof Maude Luella. Jonea Wheeler. Plain Bv Haven Crosby, D. C. are 5. 1550.OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. 1. Thomas at Ptarke' Flor'"tt' > lh. I'.' .'
Keeping accurate I who had tiff. VR Hruce T Wheeler Defendant William P. Morgan. Fifth Floor ( I, 1960.
for $13.30 charged like the dickens and If all goes Knoxville, Tennessee An Clerk of aald
Alice but the highway rune No. T7J.. Clark llullillna-, Jacksonville, Fla. tOFVlCIAI SltkT.) \ I
something of a chore for 3Sc: each. or three for a dollar I well he'll make a lot more from been here for some time went OR!)HR OP PITIlt.IC'ATlOV Atty. for Plf. 2-10 4t 3-3 "By. Frank Haven. Lnndrum(Crosby DC.Stake ..courl'l.. A. Clerk :.r r. ,.14'Th'ny rT '<,.
la the only way we can be sure of the week. that patch than he had originally!; home with Mr. and Mrs. McDonell ANn NOTICE: TO API'FJAItI1TATM 1' 2-10 Haven C'r..i.by, It i -
it during tile first part OK K.r llinA to: liruceT. IN, rinriTiT cornT, nnAi ronnIOINT1 Atty. for Plf. __ Frank T.nndrurn, Starkr '',
of what remilta we are getting.: but had to come down to 30c eachor hoped. Looks like it pays to keep] for a visit. Whnnler, whose residence la: Unknown KLOItlllAl IN IHAN.Hnrr'v IV Clltrl'IT ..Ot'IIT. BRAI)KORD AllY. for rif. ;., It*

For example, we have after one four for a dollar and then Ina!-i I trying, for what else is there you Mrs. W. F. Ritch of Gastonia Yon. are required to appear on Eli Y.A. Runnoll. Jr. Plaintiff.: vs. ni'NTY.' FLORIIItl IN IIAN; la rirralf C..;;;-.Hrarimn i..,.

good ly to 25c: a pint. Have had children can do? N. C., i Is visiting her son and Marrh 13. IdliO In the above nam.Ml Catherine, A. Russell, DefendantCane C'KHY.Flamlnlo. .. Celes. Florida Inaan<.*y.
month of strict accounting a .> e Court and cause, wherein plaintiff N<>. 7733. Irlde. Plrtlnllff v ruclll Griffin Plaintiff' \. ,I.
what our chickens are do- I selling the berries on the highway daughter-In-law. Ritch and will eeKH. divorce Bradford County Oil PICK I OK PITW..ICATION Una oiuH"pplna Comoretto hide Franklin Griffin ISfPItdt: ,
Idea of of feed but when their main Idea seemed ; Our lupine is now coming out visit other relatives in this sectionof TeleHrmph' shall pnhllnh I this OrderIn ANt> N'OTiriB TO APPEAR Dcfrnilant. Cane No. 7740. No. nl3. I
IngWe keep roeordfl ; Ueuea.Wltnnaa STATE Of FLORIDA to: Cathor- OIIDKR OP PIIHL.ICATFON 0.".. .t PuhIiPuitIoe ,mi4
to be sell at price so long as In bloom and we're chagrined to Florida before returning to n 'xt four weekly APPKAR ..... ...... C.t 1..
laid and gold etc., andIt any hand and official I seal In A 1t1l. plI. whuee. reeldence. la' : AND NOTICE TO "-.. ..i .VIepi, ... ,
bought eggs of arithmeticto they got their commission for soiling see that some of the blossoms are her home. at Hturke: my Florldii, thle *th of Febrtiarv Rt No. 3. I'nrkvllle, Mlniourl.You STATE!! OF FLORIDA to: .'SIPSma Irldo, Jessie. Franklin (3rhtfln. Wh,1,
matter j
f la a simple what profit or Ions results. we had to stop that. Anyonecan pink Instead of blue as they are En route to their homes In 1 1950.optICrAL. BEAr. A. J. ThomaaAa Mnrrh I 131.r.h.. 1994.required In the to above appear named on. Whose( aiuiepplna residence and address m: UrblKnacco idence Yo" and are address riotmitreci I. inkno5 I.. .no....

ace and get rid of produce simply by supposed to be. Worried because Cleveland Ohio, from Miami. Mrs. ( Clerk) of bald Court. Court end ....u.". wherein plaintiff In Campo, Udlne Italy.Y March 8th. 1950 In i Ih. U
In January our 78 hen pullets nenka divorce. Bradford County ,,II are required to appear 01.March I named Court alld eau-- .....
which we selling lower than anyone else and i the blue lupine la suitable for feed Charles Viton and Mrs. Elmer fly haven CroHby. D C. thla Order 13. 1B50 Inthe above nammCourt plaintiff perks divorce
of shell : r
TolfK-rnph publish
Colonial 1 i
109 dozen eggs : 4823 "II
laid of that harms everyone growing pro- ; for livestock while other varieties Peterson were visitors of Dr. John J IfendTHon. Lakeshore I'Re., Jacksonville, In nest t four weekly. lB tie.. and cause. wherein plalntlf. County Telegraph shall. pihll.h, ,
old 93 dozen at an average Ave. Witness mv hand and ..ftl..I.I..nl ,1 Koek divorce. Bradford County Order. In next four .....kl..
50c dozen. Feed cost a little duce. So we picked and packedour are poisonous. If any of our and Mrs. H. J. Kucera from Tuesday Florida Plf 2-10 4t 3-3 at Sinrhe. Florida thla Februarth. ) Telegraph. shall publlnh this Order i Witness mv h.nrt ,?.,, .i*e,.
per month. so we few berries and got out on the stock die. from it. there's going until Thursday. Atty. for S 1050.OFFICIAL. In next. four weekly l I.auea.WltneaB Heal at Stark. Florida ihi, I
over $23 for the SEAL,) A. J. Thom, my hand and official sac) I. 1'50. -
ourselves and sold them. to be a lawsuit on someone'hands. "OT.CF. (
highway 'OiP1'IC1AL
realized: a profit of about $22 from Notice la horeby arlven that the undnmlirnod A. Clerk of said Court. at Ktarke, Florida, this February a. ( SEAL' A. j ,hoi.
January. Found out that some people buyon But the stock seem to be ll envaved In buitlnvaetindor n, Haven Crosby D. C. I960. AM. Clerk of said Court
during ..
chicken IK .R'.T COIHI' BRADPORDOI Haven r"ro ii n C'
our price alone (probably expect to thriving on it, and they certainlyseem '. the fictitIous name of HtarkeJempv Chan. R. Head', Attorney "at Law 204. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas "
about keepIng NTV. PLOHIUAl |* ( .AN- T. Frank Landrum Surfer.
That1 the good thing Dairy: In Bradford County OR Guaranty Life Building Jacknonvllle A. Clerk of said Court y]?.
recorda: you know If you are get/ them for a dime a cup) but to be enjoying it. Florence CKRY.!: Naomi nation Plaintiff Florida, and I Intmde to reirlMer the; .'1... Hy Haven Crosby D C. Atty. for Plf. 2.J III, 1
that the majority of people want e e e sail fictitious name In the office Atty. for Plf. 2-10 4t 3-3 "'. Frank Landrum Staike 1"1." ) .. ,' c.-; '
vs. William llatten Defendant. CaseNo. In Clpralt .
on any BradCeril
making or losing money I of the Circuit C'ourt, 1-10 41 3-3 CflnHrtnt ,
of the Clerk Atty. for Plf.
r good berries. and are willing to Looks like "It ain't gonna rain 7750. Bradford County, Florida.W. iv: CIRCUIT (051ST BR 'DPOIIIroi'Nri ) In rfcemi-OTr.
endeavor. first ORIJ<:R PUTTLtCATIOV Newaome.., Owner PLoniUAi IN CIIVMCRHY. CIRCUIT COl'RT BRAI)KORn Helen. Johnsnn Plaintiff v. Ib,
CC nay a fair orice. Felt sillv at no more no more" is the them AND NOTIC-E TO APPEAR IN Johnson Defendant. C
arrivals on oulfarm.Lx :I. when standing; out on the roadside I song' for around here. Heard STATE OK FLORIDA to: Williaml3att.n J-10 4t 3-3 Sturke KlaMOTICK Cecilia:, Wranifi. SCorn Plaintiff vs.Alfred DUSTY CERY.'/ FLORIDA IN 1'IIAN- Order of Publication. ami We have six new whoae realdence la t tinknown. Case. :'10.n44. vs.Jane TATH op.Ralph Kl,rtHlli
White HollAnd holding up the berries but later that a number of berry grower OF APPLICATION FOR Korn Defendant. Kathryn Ollmartln. Plaintiff. Johnson whose.
fluffy tiny TAX I KKlt .. A. Qllmartln Defendant. Cue. remdvntunknown
chicks ;which we hatched fron a grew used to it. We do not have are pumping water, but most of You are required In to appear onMarch NOTICE IH IIKRKHY (GIVEN that onnr-R OP PUBLICATION No. 7781. :
20th 1960. above named
a false sense dlgnlty; we do not us are just plain hoping Wonder J. R WalnwrlKht the holder of the ANI> NOTICE TO APPEARI'ITATr ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND You are THinlrrA to aD5.5
alx out t Court and cause, wherein
6 In the
our own eggs. Got only : following certificates. hall filed Bald : OF FLORIDA to: Alfred NOTICE TO APPEAR March I960. above .a.
consider our station In life to peddle why some enterprising outfldosen't seeks divorce. Ilradford County Court snil entire .h.'n plan..
and address
which we put t certificates for a tax deed to be Korn. whole residence STATE OF FLORIDA to:
of the twelve eggs ;r.I Pf'\J..h' publish: u.I OrderIn .. .. Number la Unknown. residence and preens. ] divorce &: ru..tr dv ft FQ,,.
: The certificate whoae
but consider. our produce: we take pride In come into this section with In next weekly limu d th r on : A. Ollmartln. of minor children.Bradford
under a setting hen and Yearn nf Iftnuani-e the deacrtptlon You are required to appear enfa.h address l is: 841 ea"t Street. Mruoklyn. Coi,,
ingr the fact that we had only on, being farmers (such as we are) irrigating equipment. It... needed Witness Htarke.my Florida hand. ,and this official February14th. "seal of the property and the ) 13. 1950. In the above named, New York. Telegraph., shall T'ubli,h this O.In .
II and selling Is a very ImportantI around here and in weather such moOFFICIAL. named In which It was a..u..d. areas Court and cause, wherein plaintIff You are required to appear on 'et fou weekly 1"011'H.Wltnesa ,
46 bend unit
with the pulleU m ofrirlntat
rooster In and restoration of namedCourt
meek divorce above
Is not so bad. We know we shoulc I t of farming. as we've had for the last 60 days ( A SEAL* Clerk) of A. aid J. Thomas Court.fly ,. Ortltii-ate follow: No. 04: Year of lesu-, maiden name. Dradford County I I March and 13. 1950 cauae, In wherein the plaintiff Rtarke. Florida thix, Pet,
S S A. T>. 146.DeHrrlptlon Tnleitruph shall pnbllnh this Ordoi Bradford County 1.15t10.OF1l'ICIAL(
June I.
I. folks with irrigation could have Haven ance. mmkH divorce.
with D.;
In I Crosby, C.
have had more roosters ( SEAL) A J Thor
of property: In nxt four weakly iftauea. shall. publish thla OrderIn
them but we selected the best FLASH: Our asparagus baa really made some large crops.. 1-17 4t 3-10 WH of !SKVJ! of SBH &: SE:4 of Witness mv hand and of flclnl. "Pili ni.xt tout weekly leeuee.Wltneee As Clerk ..f .*lrt 0.
Wnven Crosby. r
looking rooster. the one which I just come up. Needless to say Tve But hope that before) some people tl C'tR't'T toIleT: BRADFORDCOt I'It''i' : of fE'4.I".II<>n 4, Township at Ptarke.. Florida. thli F.brua..y9.IUO. my hand and official seal Hay v Delden P.15cc IlItildini. r
13 Rant: containing 8,
"'T". FLORIU.ll:' CHAN: 1 South Range nt Htarke, Florida, this February: ..
most nearly conformed with White I are tickled to death that it has try to sell that equipment that CBHY.Claude: SO Acres more or lena. (OKFICIAI.. ."!';Ar,) A. J. ThomnnAa 1950.OFFICIAL. tnna .ach\\I.Florida 2.1
Name In which Afmeaeed: Dr. K. M. Clerk of said Court. SEAL A. 3. Thomas Atty. It :
and tried for they ntudr the conditions and then J. McCool, Plaintiff. vs. Zella ( )
Holland standards : come up and can't wait until wu If. McCool. Defendant. Case No Webster.Certifieate. By haven Crosby D. C. As Clerk of said C'ourt.By .
quality instead of quantity. We' sell the Intelligent way of help- 1756. No. 110: Year of IMIU-I A. J Thomas, Jr, Starke Fla. Haven Crosby, D C.
are going to repeat this experiment cut the first mess of It. boll it fora I Ing solve problems .instead of OH HER OP" TRLtCATION Knee Dmcrlptlon, June I.of A Property P. l IU8.: Ally. for Plf. 1.10 4t 3-3 T Frank Plf.T-andrum Slake 2-10, Fla.4t 3-3
few minutes and serve piping just selling goods. Rectlonn 35 IV riHVIT rrtl'RT. BRADFORD
but next time pick out STATE OP FLORIDA to: Zella H. I.ot 17. Indian Ireuch Louis R. Dean
about alx: of the best pullets and hot with plenty of good fresh coun. S SOur VfuCool, whose residence and address ft 38.. Township 8 !!South Hangs 23Rant. | {CKRY.Marjorle fOI'NTY. FI.ORlnAl IN: 11.-' la Circuit eo...... Bradford roves .

put them in with the one rooster try butter and salt and pepper. Its budget is almost balancednow. Flock, la313 Arkansas' 'Rice Street N., Little Name In which Assessed: R. A. Onvln. PlaIntiff VH Chnr-- PlorMnl .. Chaaee-ry Plaintiff. TAX CONSULTANT

save the eggs and then we're surewe'll planted In. a trench. and the Income for January was a You are required to appear onM..h All 1'hompnon\ of: Hnld property beingIn the I' l los Paris. Defendant. C a "e No 1 Ruth Ferdinand Loewenthal Nacher.Nacher, 'f.nd";

s get a larger percentage shoots which come up at first are little bit over amount needed for Court and 20 1950 cause. In wherein the above plaintiff.named 1'ounty of Ilradford State of Flor I 771SOltDErt AND :NOTICE 01 p PITrtLICATTOS TO APPEXR ant.Order Case,of Pnhllratlnn No. 7715. and Nothepear. Os BOOKKEEPING;

hatched. All the chicks hatched covered up. and this process repeated regular expenses.STATE. seeks divorce.. Bradford Counl"Tel..ph ida.Unless such certificate. or certlftlatea STATE FLORIDA tl>' CharlmDavlii. ,* STATE OP PI.OHIUA tot SERVICEPhone
shall this Order
by the way look like true White until all shoots are up and In next. four weekly publish Issues. shall be redeemed. according (01| whose residence. and *ddreslIs Ruth- Loewenthal la 37 Avenue Nacher.Huart whoseresidence Hamolr. -

Hollands, so far. It will be Inter- the earth leveled off. with the Witness mv hand and official seal I law the property or certificates deHcrlberl. will In be ntichcertificate sold: I It : You T'nknown.are required to appear on Brussels 3, Belgium: .

esting' to see how they develop. roots down good and deep. at IS. 1950.Htarke ,Florida this February o the hlirhedt !>Idolal the Courthouse March 13. 1950. In the above named You are required. to appear. on
FARM ([OFFICIAL 8J5AL' : ) A. J. Thomas. door on the first Monday la I Court and cause wherein. plaintiffpeekn March named Court nth. 1950 and, cauae.In the whereinplaintiff above 219
the! month of April 1tfl which Inhe divorce Prndford CountyTelcarraph
Aa Clerk of aald Court.
Working now on our spring B, Mrs.. Bryan WhitfieldFollowing Hy Haven Crosby I>. C. : bot rtsv of April I9SO.Dutod nhall pnhllKh thin Order seeks divorce A defend 145 W. Call St.
thin 9ih day of F"bruayIQtn In next four weekly iptHUen"Witnew ant's restoration of maiden nameUr
planting. Cut up our back field I R. K. Perrvman Stark, Florida. 1 mY hand and official. nealnt ml ford County Telegraph shall STARKE. FLORIDA
which Is about 2 1-2 acres In size Atty, for Plf. 2-17 4t 3-10 'OFKIfTAT' fill,M,> A. J Thnmalork *. / f'orke, Florida, thin February. publish this Order In next. four:
a stay In St. Petersburg I"- of Circuit Court of nrndfor.1 II. ternOFFICIAL weekly Issues.Wltnexa i
and will: let It stand for about a 1 Mrs. C. C. Williams of St. tiitrt%rv.IT ri.oiini COIRI' BRADFORDroi IM IIIAIV- I rotinty. Florida. 8-10 4t 3-3 ( 9R.".) A J Thoma my hand and official seal

week. Then will bed up, put fertilizer <:'Fny.Margaret.
.''R'........... '..11, T.... 1 Ixiuls, Mo., returned to visit Mr. Mary Hlte, Plaintiff vs'nrrnst 5--_ -
In. and then let It stand for -
.. .... _.
P.C .w a-H I ind Mrs. I* F. Chapman. !" Jilt., Defendant. Ca. No.
.. ........ ..a 0.'_" another week and then will plant 7158. -
.._ ..... | J. O. Godwin and Mrs. De- ."
"""p an Mrs. ORDER! OP PrTTLlr-ATION
Ran. ... h& '.4 .... ..., It In Tendergreen beans. Took NOTICR: TO APPEAR I
-,,'n hi bat pap .... about 5 hours to triple cut the Witt Sinclair were in Winter AND .
STAT OF FLORIDA to: Forrestlite
..11, sal ...... ..
a yaw ]Haven from Thursday until Satur-
I'.. ........ | field. Remember when we first whose renldence and address '
4 lay as guests of Mr. and Mrs.larold I.: Unknown.You ; .
I came here we put a man In that are required to appear. on'larch '
WHITE 0It V6UOW place with a mule and plow and In 1! George. During their 20. 1050. In the above namedCurt .

ono lay he hud! done only about ;stay they attended the Orange peeks and olivo'cause..,. wherein Bradford. plaintiff County 1,074,544 "

''Beware Coughs half of It. Not that we're blaminghim. : !festival and also enjoyed the Cy- Telegraph. : shall! publish I thla. Order ,
Gardens and in next four weekly Issues
an interesting\
I press
It's simply that tills Is a Witness mr hand and official seal..
From Common.CoWs machine age and that things can J*BC broadcast. ..t Starke Florida. this February .
( be done faster, better and cheaper I Ij Mrs. Jessie Howell has returned (OFFICIAL 5. U50. PEAL) A. J. Thomas..

Thai HANG ON (with a machine. I Ie It to her home In Crawford- fly Haven Crosbv A. Clerk I).nf C.said Court f. chose GULF LIFE !

CreaamUion relieve promptly becsuM: e e [ tlle, Georgia following a week'srisit r. Frank I..nd'um. Starke Florida.

it Roes right to the scat of the trouble Taking Lila and her tour pigsto with Mr. and Mrs. J. E.rhambers. Mty. for Plf. 3-17 41 3-19

to help 'IOOKII sad expel acrm laden' market this week at Gaines : .V T II K CIHOI'IT t'OlRT OF } a truly'American exampleof

hle&lll an J a'J! natorf fa? *"OtM and ville. Glad to get "shut") ,of horI Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wells and PI.OHIIIA' HI Clll Til Jl'IMOIALlIK'tlT '
tehiai ( l> "l\ll>> POR "H""-
fawijnu lendll;. ITIfUayd I and her pigs; although there is t heir children. Marva Dean Char- Foul) .tOI'NTY': IX: CHA11KHY.oqn .

to Mil Xi.axrobflnts you a bottle,*Tek of your Cseumu fUS..'" jiothlnff In the world tho ml\Uerll[ :Hte fay, of Jacksonville, were! I Lleta J'llUntlff.Jr. f the "Freedom of Choice"ou

with the uadcntndina JOG suet like t with her except. that she does not |I'j j uMls of Mf. and Mrs. R. W. Florence v. Humbaratone Lleta,

the way it quickly! atlsyt the cough j bring enough in a litter!' We're 1 Irannen Sunday Defendant..

or you are to have your moneLhock. past the hoping stage In this busl. Mr. and !Mrs. Lyle A. Nolan and DIVOKCH No. 7753OrtDBIl

CREOMULSIQHcjgh.ChestColdiJrncaitia I ness. It's a question now of either 1 heir little daughter. Meredith AND NOTIfR OF PltPLlt-ATION: *TO APPEAR \

produce or else. The only thing Inn, of Orlando were overnight TATM OF FLORIDA TO: r Y

1 f5t Uratft.. =*.. .Irtf..k oa;i*a T>aVtr*i+lfc!**K. fe tl Aevo Jf Of.* ntm Vf ,l't ueats of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Florence residence Ifumberstone and address Lletl.ivhose la: have no choice when there's only one of something. You

1 anything else, la-facts. Excuses I Davis Saturday. Mr. tin You Ic flown..are required to file your ap- take what you get- and that's that. On the other hand, it's the
or explanations not pay billi.C During the past weekend earance on the 20th' day of March."
S I ind Mrs. Vance Geiger and Mr, A. D. 19 SO, In the above-named American to offer a choice. Un.
WELDINGVV ml Mrs* Jimmle and Court and cause, wherein Plaintiff I' way you _____________ _ _ _
Visited Oscar Carter this past I Bradley seeks. divorce, and thereafter file
week to get some tips from him on 1 heir baby Gloria all of Jack- your Answer or other pleadings asprovided dcr bur free enterprise system, if one mandoesn't
> hy law. or decree. pro con- Thirty-ninth Annual
.. arming with a tractor. teamed I onvllle, and Mr. and Mrs Leslie fees shall be entered oa-alnst you

that O" In the next four STATEMENT OF CONDITION
r4"l :\ publish this Order
age work on his place with him I ,lie and Melanie of Stark were weekly. Issues.Wltnesa can buy it from somebody else.We're .
( tractor and leveling blade. Ills ) 1 isltor* of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. my hand and official seal December 31,1949ASSETS .
# tt Starke. Bradford. County, "Florida
theory Is that If he can drain hUt Jradley. 1"111 14th day. of February A. I>. .

farm properly that he will then be I' Mr.. M. D. Young and Mrs. K.r. 950.A. J. Thomas. Clerk nf said Court. C proud that in 1W9,1,07-4,544 people \ -1t-

better able to control moisture and'get I ,l. Yarborough spent Sunday with Hy Haven. Crosby Deputy Clerk.

We offer the iw-opl' of SUrke better crops. Certainly ho Mr. and Mrs. W. E3. Fillyaw In 'OFFICIAL II BRAD IongGainesville, Fla p chose Gulf Life by continuing old ,

has William Cash . . .< . $2,664,7CuS.5S!
constructed drainage ditches Lake Butler. Mrs. T. T. Flllvaw Atty. for Plf. 1-IT.t 3-10 i
of the moat __ Vpolicies and buying new ones. Many have
and %lrlnlty one I with his tractor that eould not be who' had been with her Lake BRADFORDroiVTY. Bond
I v rmrriT corRT. '
modem and finr*& equipped done with less than a score of men Stiller relatives, for a week returned PLOKltlAI I.N (.It"IIIc'nY. enjoyed J Gulf Life protection for years- United:' States Government . 4,809,901.89

with shovels. While received home with Mrs. Young. : Plaintiff ".. Walter a I Slats County Municipal . 7,097,810.49
Ethel liyrd.
w 4
ming from O car and his trl ndll. 1 Jr.. and their baby daughter Nell/ 1154.'ORDPIR: OP PtTPLlCATION Railrmda . . . US8.187.87

.I All Work Guaranteed fleas i Is typical of the farmer i were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. AND NOTICJJ: TO APPEAR Utilities; . . . 4,822,639.85
around her BTATK OF FLORIDA to: Walterrinrence They J have seen Gulf Life to
e. Anothef- thing: ''I'. Blanton In Tampa from Friday tiyrd. whose residence Is'Unknown. grow Stock*-(Common Stocki arc only 1.1% ol

SMITH'S GARAGEAND Oscar sure Is a hustler.. until Sunday. Mr. and MrsCrews 5470,000,000 of doubling !. tout slide) . . . 2,969304.01 .
S S S J were accompanied on their You are required to appear on nearly protection,
March 201 h. "60. In the above named First Mortjatfet on Improved Real Estate 28,699,414.93
MACHINE SHOP After studying the proi and rona trip l>v their friends Mr. and Court and cause wherein plain- in the six and
increasing Real Rime Sold
for months have finally decided Mrs. Wallace Collins of Hampton. seeks divorce and ciistndv of minor past years on Contract . 3298.71

Temple Ave. Stark to buy a good old fashioned Cole I I Mr*. W. a. Strlngfellow returned child. publish Ttradford this, County Order Telegraphshall In next nearly I 4'/J' times since 1939 Notable Real Ettstc (Including'\torn. Office) .. 187,090.94

planter with a fertilizer distributor Thursday from Lake our weekly leetiea.Wltnesa Policy; Loans and Lien . . 3US012JA;

attachment and convert It forties Worth where she visited Mr. and : at Hlnrke,my Florida hand and this official February seal among the many factors that have con Premiums DIM and Accrued . 2,193,260

with the tractor. Could not hErs \!. D. Carter and Mr. and 151 h. 1500.OFFICIAL, Interest Due and Accrued . 353,424 44Miscellnneous
( SEAL A. J. Thomas tributcd to this is Insurance .
locate any other suitable type of Mrs. K. W. Park Mrs. String- A. Clerk of said Court. growth our Group . >I. . . 150,977.27.

planter to fit our needs for plantIng Fellow's visit at that time was sty Haven. Crosby, D C. which 'Less; Non-Admittcd Marts223.945.Ofi
3-17 4t 3-10 Department, provides ::
one row at a time on a bed. occasioned by the continued illness _

and know that the Cole planter will of her mother Mrs. Carter Ii cinri'iT. PI.ORID4.I..flIRT. DR l\'OFORDC'Ot'IIITY. CIIASAlpha business with 1 complete I t low-cost I employee Total. Admitted Assets . $60,655,261.91LIABILITIES

work fine because you see them and friends hope for ImprovementIn ('Elt V.

fev i everywhere on farms about here.i, her condition. lee K. f Southard... Southard.' Hefendant.Plaintiff Case vs protection plans including hospital-

And If they work b<>hln
they should work equally well 1 spent, the past week with Mr OF PliriLICATION Present Value of Disability Claims 79,123.42

when drawn by a tractor. Will, and Mrs. J. B. Chambers and with -- ....t- e Funds Left in Tone end Aanuitics . 3,064,840.15
have to enlarge the fertilizer hopper -! Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews. 'Claims
Reported Proofs Incomplete. 186,55972
though a. It does not hold I Mr. and :Mrs. W. O. Enfrramhad : CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION For information how
you Premiums and Interest Paid in Advance 759,31578
enough to
meet our needs.On a* their visitors the early '
C U I I part of the week their relatives might get more complete Rcscrv* for Tancs . '. . 350,701.08

our small on-hard planted. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snyder and A<
Put In two peach tree. two plums Mrs. Earl Dunn of Jacksonville, PHARMACISTS protection,consult your Gulf Other Liabilities . . . 181.773.03
three oranges one /lime one persimmon -I and Mr. and Mrs. J C. Lope of Life representative. Total $$52,398.489

one grapefruit. one pecan Panama City. 1 a
and three crape vines. Miss I Mrs. Emma Rivers of Auburn- : 0.. Contingency; Reserve . 11,250,600.00

OurBur81arrPolicy Ross", ably assisted by Ol- ta dale Dae been visiting Mr. and Surplus . . 6.006.775J9

Own delivered them to our place, Mrs. C. D. Sellers and Mr. and ct IUMLIF]I Capital Stock . 1,000,000.tO $ 8JS6.77SJ9

for SOil almost before they were' out Mrs. Crews since Thursday.Mr. Tof taI . . 960,635,261.91
pays of sight Pop was planting them. I and Mrs. W. O. Stringfellow ,

Certainly pleased with the, plan of were gue.aU of Mr. and Mrs. ,

wki is stolen or getting trees through Mlsa ROM George Managua in Green Cove
aa Home Demonstration Agent; Springs Sunday.J. ) @

destroyed. Saved 20 percent on the cost and I N. Cauthen. of Gainesville ..ll1JII&NCI< : C <> kIIPAfY)

that enabled us to practically get and Mr. and Mr. Dana Dukes

!, two trees free. and their daughter Gall of Lake -..

Charley E.- Johns C e e Butler were dinner guests of Mr. ..i... A Southern Institution since 1911

Agency Our 1-2 acre potatoes are not up and Mrs. 1'0(. C. Roberts at noon -

yet and its so dry that/you wonder Sunday.Mr. :

FbosH* IS 8TAKKK FLA- if they ever wllr come up. and Mrs. Spencer Crews ON-T1IB-MIN1T SERVICE HOME OffICfl4- AGENTS IN STARKE AND VICINITY .

Folks assure us that we have of Palatka, were visitors of Mr.

nothing to worry about and yet and Mrs. P. S. Crews and Mr. PHONE JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Tommy Attaway -:- R. M. Powe :

when you have $31.30 of seed and and Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld from
fertilizer In a small planting, you Friday until Monday.Ur. Day Night J. F. Skirvin Jr. -,
|*)e raaentln. THa TftAyt:1ZItS.: ,
can't help but wonder what'a0- and Mrs. Lynwood WatU ..
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v I tung oil grove has been reported and Seeber Edwards, of Tampa of Lakeland were dinner guests. !night and Mra. Ferryman visitedMr !
At The TabernacleThe i damaged. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Edwards of Mr. and Mr. J V. Edwards. ,. I and Mrs. Mott Wednesday

BROOKER Sr., Friday.Mr. Sr., Sunday. ',night.
Tuesday service at the Tab. Itrmikrr Girls. and Boy Mr. and Mrs. Oscar. Waters of'I Mis. Cliff Kelley of WUdwood
c : and Mrs. O. W. Barry .pentTI111r'ldy \'
ernacle was again conducted bya .
Hv Iva Mfe Lewis __ The undefeated Brooker Junloihigh night with Mr. and Miami were guest of Mr. and Is the guest of Mrs. H. H. HowI I
of led \V. /
group young men by basketball team won
girls Mr!!. Wilson Russ last week. ard this week,
B. McKinney who acquitted them. of 70-20 Mrs. C. C. Does!! of Branford.
elves in music UJr'llItIaYII' llimoretlMrs. over Lawtey by a score Mrs. HiiRh Rahn /and I Vance/ Russ and Mrs. Francis Mr. and Mr*. Dewey Fowler of
very creditably Monday High score honors go :JTr. And
LL and message. The chapel wall Doris Kelley and son. to Mary Frances flaxen with 29 John Mutt, of Ralford, and !Mr. Russ of Lake City visited Mr. I Starke and Leonard Fowler visited
I IL made attractive by baskets ot Roswell, of Jacksonville honored i points followed by Yvonne Harrell sad, Mrs. Elton: Taylor and son. and Mrs. Wilson Russ Thursday. I relative in Alachua. New.I .
beautiful flowers sent by friends. the late Mrs. F. A. Scott. In memory her home A large and tasteful Mary Frances Hazen Yvonne their' mother., Mr*. Bannle Molt.( spending a few weeks with Mrs.
Church Methodist Church Rev and Earl Willis of
her daughter, Mrs. Hewlett Anderson
of her birthday. A violin solo, dinner was served. Those pro- Harrell, and Noaml Stokes as Sunday ,Santa Fa were dinner guest of
king with Jesus we jour. Sunday Is Laymens Day through. "One Is Missing", was rendededIn 'cent to enjoy this occasion with I forwards; Elaine Crosby, Carolyn Mr. and Mrs. Hi"rsh"l Lav- I Mr. and Charlie Kelley of Zlff
out the Methodist Church, and it her honor. them were Mr. and Mra. J. H. Kelly and Jackie Douglas, gaurda; field and children and Mrs. M.,' Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Gano and section Sunday.
Him to Samarla where will be observed as such in the I Friday evening a large group Sowell, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sowell, 'I and substitutes were Ann Crosby, B. Lavfleld of Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano of ,
&&c. the woman at the and children Mr and Mrs. It, 1.1 I Gainesville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis and
to Starke Methodist Church. C. H. gathered to see the scientific sound Velmarle Dukes, Helen Carlton, Mr. and Mr. Edgar WilkinsonC
children; all of Brook I R.' F. Gano Sunday.Mr. ;children visited friends and relatives
th the promise 'Never Nasworthy, lay leader.will preside film, "Dust or Destiny which was Parker and and Shirley Parker. of Starke visited Mr, .
iln'':''.the sermon title during the morning service at 11 shown by Mr. Manalnl under the er, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Van The Lawtey boys defeated the N. C. Mott Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green and of Lake City Sunday.
at the First Bap. direction of the Moody Bible Institute Scycle and Henry Coleman of of two daughters visited Mrs. W. Andrew and Mr. Carlyle
tor o'clock. J. L. Cooper will be the Brooker boys 6321. J. C. Me- and Mrs. H. H. Lewis Barney
jke Sunday morning at speaker, using as his subject "A of Chicago. This picture was I Gainesville.Mrs. Neal was local high scorer. The Stitrke visited Mr and Mr. Emery H, Hinton of Waldo Sunday. students of Bible Institute,
lithe Rev. L. D. Haines, Layman's Faith". This topic ties most scientifically and Biblically] B. G. Miller of Jacksonville line' up was J. C. McNeal Avery Lewis Sunday.Mr. Mra. Mary Green' is spendinga 'Lakeland were guests of Mrs.
nnounc**. In the new In with the "Advance For Christ" Interesting as well as educations visited her mother, Mrs. Williams Lamar Crosby, Wallace and Mrs. Sanford Bitch few days with Mr. and Mrs. Barney Andrew last weekend.
auditorium there Is atroom study theme of the Methodist The Saturday youth meetingwas Lottie Edwards, last wef'kf'nd.Mr. Parrish, and Gerald Gay. and son Gene, and Mr. and Mrs Oscar Brown of Putnam Hall.Mra. I
for all to enjoy conducted by Rev. Dale Snyderof and Mr. H. T. McDavid Charles Wltknsaskt of West I
Ie Church The score keeper was Betty 1. A. Brown, Jr., of Gainesville, CHURCH OF GOD
hour with the comlM Lake Butler, who a have aa their guests this week Palm Beach visited her mother,
hip Sunday evening at the 7:30: ( hour brought Jean Rahme visited Mr. and Mr*. L. A. Brown Rev. L. S. William. Pastor
the direction fine to .the her- brother and slater-ln-law Mr. Mr. J. R. Parrish, last wekend.
tinder > 1IIOploton
message young last weekepd. 8th St. Clair Sta.
the pastor has chosen a* his subject A:
(f' Luclle- Oreen' bringing "The Fellowship of the Concern "The Light of the World. and Mrs. J. R. Goolaby. of West )ft"!!. Lottie Edwards and Mrs;? Mr. and' Mrs. J. II. Hazen ef Mr. and Mrs. Guy Parish and Sunday School 10 a.m.
children visited relatives In Ral-
Mona Canova Palm Beach. N/d Hlcki were In Starke shopPing -
nuslc. Mrs. ed". Rev. Snyder also brought the Jacksonville: visited his father Sunday Morning" Worship 11 a.m.
it. message Sunday morning. Rev. W.! Mrs MatUe Sowell was the dinner Saturday: G. W. Hazen, Sunday. ford Sunday. Sunday Evening Service 7:3O p.m.Y. .
"We shall be for at
'$0 each Sunday eveningpy School looking this you A. Scott was the speaker Sunday' truest of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie I Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry via. Doyle Hazen student at the Wilson Russ and Misses Gen. P. E. Service Tuesday. .,:30 pjn.
Sunday Sunday
Hour is enjoyed bv nlr.g at 9:43. You are evening. The messages were deeply] Kelley of Ziff section Sunday.COSTUN ited' Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews of University of Florida, Gainesville. eva Stokes and Ilean Atkinson Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 pjtt.FKNTECOSTAX. .
an 200 worshipers who mor.j spiritual and of unusual interest Jacksonville last weekend. WM guest of his parents Mr. and visited Mrs. Wilson Russ, a patient
worship with us. stated the CHILD
hymns and to all. of Mrs. R. E. Hazen, last weekend. In Alachua County hospital HOLINESS
> love to sing tor, the Rev. J. R. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie CosUln Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Qoolsby :
Gainesville "
requested and led bv the The five Epply Sisters arrivedon announce the birth of a son on West' Palm Beach visited Mr. and Miss LubeDla' Plnhoster and Saturday.Mra. 10th St. and Tempts AT*
orus. Mrs. Lois Mann schedule Monday afternoon and February 16.Correction Mrs L. L. Parker Sunday. Mrs. Doris Kelley were In Galneavlll W. H. Hinton, Mrs. Cordy Sunday School .:4:1: a. m.: Mora-
I' organist with the pas- Christian ChurchThere had charge of the special service Mr. and Mrs, Emery Lewis shopping: Monday. Leigh! and Mrs. Nancy Wether- log Worship 11 a. m.: Evangelic
of an error in an of Waldo, visited Mr. and
ge being evangelistic: that night. Humor and pathos visited. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Rev and Mrs Donald Martinare Ington. tic Services 7OO: p. m. Everyone
Is always a friendly welcome Item last week: Mr. and Mra. M. Jacksonville at East 44th Mr. Earl Green and Mr. and Mrs. .
Alone.y Joined hands in the musical Thomas of La Crosse Tuesday.Mr. welcome.
and a hand to greet you at O. Parrish of Linden announcehe Ernest Edwards Wednesday afternoon .
and Mrs Jack Simmons St Baptist Church conducting
school meets at 9:43: numbers and testimonies given by
Bible School of Charles Albert,'
the Friendly Church birth a son .
educational building these talented ladles from of Montloche visited Mr. and Mrs.N. a revival I this week and next
jTtiie, of more than i begins at 10 a.m. with Clyde Col-I Morristown, New young Jersey February 8. Mrs. Parrish :was I C. Mott Saturday. Mr, and Mrs Dove Shaw of Mrs. Ernest Edwards visited
a corps Superintendent. Morning formerly Mlsa Margie Faye Crosby relative In Waldo Tuesday.Mr. Announcement
I son aa Mrs Rnssle Carlton and' Mrs. IM Crone visited Mr. and )Irs.T. .
officers, E. C.
era and I Worship services begin at 11 a.m.,' (not Thomas) of Brooker, Mann. and Mrs. Alex Williams
W. Gainesville S. Sunday.
union n. Davis were In
K. 1 Is supt. Training the minister speaking on the sub Church Of ChristV. of Jacksonville visited her .
much the parent
I We regret: very pass shopping Monday. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Colson were thai I
It 6:13: for training In ject of "Automobile. Religion F. Jones, Minister ing of H. H. Howard on February T. B. Edwards and Mrs. Wilson intents of Mr. and Mrs. Resale *, Mr. and Mrs Dave Green, I wish to announce
with Mrs.
((,membership Don't miss this sermon. Let us 14 and of Mrs. Mennie Runs are still patients In Alachua Colsnn of Starke Sunday last. weekend' am now back in the Plumb.ing .
est as director. find out how much religion an Services Sunday at the Church Hodge, February IS. County hospital but are Improving Little Margaret Colson visited Reed Lewis! of Stsrke visitedhis Contracting Dusincra
eek service Wednesday automobile has. The Lord's Supper of Christ are as follows: Bible parents Mr and Mr. Emery
and Mrs.
We are sorry thi t Mrs. Mattle her grandparents' Mr.
: p.m. with an hour of Is served at'11:15: every Sunday. school 10:00 a.m. Morning worShip Sowell and Mrs. Eva Harrell have Mrs. Juanlta Edwards, Mrs. O. B. Colnon, Monday. Lewis, last we..kend.Mar and will be glad to girt you
1 and Inspiration directed Evening Worship begins with service 11:00: a.m., and sermon .- been 111 for the past few days,, Juanita Hamilton and Roy Lee LittleRay Gano of Gainesvillevisited hlll1 Mott of Montloche Estimates on all Plumbing;
aator. Christian Endeavor at 6:30. All subject Is "Who Are WeT'Lord's .. but we are glad to report they Edwards of Ellington: visited Mr Ms grandparents Mr. and visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. -
dial invitation Is extend- young people are Invited to attend Supper, noon. Bveangllatlc are improving mil Mrs J. V, Edwards Sr., Mrs. R, F. Gano, last weekend. N. C. Mott. last weekend. I
jj to join in the :worship of this service service 730; p.m., and sermon This last cold spat has badly Sunday.Mr Mr and Mrs. Barney Andrew Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mott vllllt..dI I Vasco Forsyth
[ at any of these services. Identity.subject" is "The Church-It damaged the crops of a numberof and Mrs. D. M. Edwards of and children and Mr. Carlyle a her mother, Mrs. Brook Perry- ;

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST people. this vicinity. The renter Hill and W. S. Edward student, of Baptist Bible Institute man In Gainesville Saturday ,
GATIONAL1ST OF TIlE LATTERDAY SAINTS "We enjoyed' wonderful morning &
CHURCH The Church of Jesus Christ of and evening services last
a every tlrst: and third Latterday Saints will hold Sunday Lord's day" V. E. Jones ministerof I
night, Sunday morningay School every Sunday at 10 am. the church stated. "Our B -
night. 11 a.m. and and Communion Service at 6:30: ble school attendance was 71--
t Congregational Metho'l p.m. Sunday. Everybody is wel- which is our largest attendnnci/
ch on Brownlee come to the services In the Masonic "Watch the Telegraph for announcement .
nest Grtffla, pastor. Hall on Call St. of our tent meeting' :
to be held here In Starke as soon
The most
as the weather permits. powerful

I "If you are a member of the
Church of Christ living out ot L
the city limits and have no trana-

Donation, drop us a post cardto
ou'll not want to miss this sermon Sunday night Brother V. E. Jones, Starke,

7:30 p.m. by Pastor Bob Gray. church and we for will you.provide a way to 6-Cylinder Ford Truck Engine Ever Built'ear !

First Baptist Church Hamptonto "A welcome awaits you at our
chuivh" every Lord's day," Mr.
Jones concluded.

Hicks Jr. will be the speaker at the morning
St. Mark's EpiscopalKov.

nice at 11 o'clock.: Hear this young man with aal
B, Simmons. D.. V1 tfE
I message. Sunday, Feb. 26-9.43; : am,
Church School. Classes, forages ,all i ,
ilble School 10 ajn. B. T. U. at 6:30 pjn. ,'nursery through junior high,
11 a.m., Morning Prayer and Sermon 1/P.TA SIXENGINE
by Rev. S. W. Creasey. ROUGEZ54

Tuesday Feb. 28-8 p.m..' Evening < ,
Rev. Lewis D. Haloes, Pastor Prayer, Litany and Sermo

T BAPTIST CHURCH Starke by the Vicar.Wednesday., March 1-7:3O: an, ,

Holy Communion.The 1
church Is open daily for
ferson & Court Streets In The Heart Of Town prayer and meditation. '

PHONES: Office 234 Pastorium 130 __ DUTY F-6 J
Kingsley Lake Baptis FOR THE HEAVY
JNDAY SERMONS. 11:00 A. M., 7:30 P. M.

Jay School: 9:45 A.M. Training Unions 6:15: P.M.\ Services are held eachSunda z f Thoroughly Proved in Industrial! !

[ID-WEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY, 7:30 P.M. Baptist morning Church at the as Kingsley follows: Lake Sun. f ra y' Engine and Motor Coach Operation 1

School 10 a.m. Preaching Services 1I
i 11am. and 7:00 p.m. Prayer
11:00: A.M.: "Never Thirst Again" !Meeting' each Wednesday nigh I!

7:30 P.M.: "Let !Me Alone" 7:30:: p.m. D. C. Willis Pastor
------- E3. 'Ncurenberger: Sunday School
A Friendly Invitation From A Superintendent Come worship -
with .
Friendly Church Is Extended To All I


Sunday Mans 0:13: : a.m. z
Sunday School 11 a.m. -___
Week Duy Mass 8:30: am.

ITTENTION VETERANS layBible Study Is every Wtdnes 1L

Jay at 7:4sthR1'tRK: :


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You get these and many other new features in the new Rouge 254 available greater power

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morning and evening at the Gra-

in all the numerous affairs of speaker ham Christian on both Church occasion., and will the Ford Trucks Cost Less because

serving, performed with tact, courtesy be the Rev. W. C. Burton. The

and economy, Is giving us many public Last is Invited Sunday to afternoon be present.the
new friends. Bradford County Singing Convention FORD
held Its monthly meeting with
the Graham Christian Church

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DeWITT C. JONESPhone everyone enjoyed the service.
Friends will regret to learn
7 Starke, Fla. that Clarence Melton is confined

to the Alachua Hospital In Gainer
uneral Director Ambulance Service vile due to Illness. Among those

local funeral; { home enable us to offer convenience and! visiting him Saturday were Mrs. CO.Madison
1. D. Graham. Mr. and Mrs. .. ANDREWS MOTOR
services DOt otherwise available.
I Mrs. John McKlnney.
Mr. and Mra. Leonard McKinney -
furnish tits highest type eervlce at lowest price and of Sanford and Mr. L. D.
ppt AI' r life Insurance policy In f-rce. tosued" by ANT Graham. of Holly Kill were week & Adams Streets STARKE FLA. Telephone 118

{ company. M parment la part or IB. full .a funeral. end gueaU of Mr. and Mra. John '
Consultation earrte no obligation tcKlnney.

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sumpln' till they are over? Oh, et it Isn't the fault of BHS students I Here's that -
'Carnival Sale'r u
I Suwannee Conference I well what do I have to worry about I cause they sure have been young things I"'0-111: f
Girls '
[Featured At Koch'sThis ? ? ? .rying to sell people on the idea I member: "A t,? >I,, It<
I Seems these juniors are getting I ,
- I WeekendKoch's Elizabeth Craworcaure isn't are soon 0
bashful when It conies to asking on the ball about this banquet and parted! II

Defeat Favored Drug Store, located on for more french fries Is she? Or prom business They're at last I t
did hear her Friday In the :aa.ng; tho minds cf the poor seniors ;
Williston Team W Call St, at Court St. begins I'
I) c8ft'terlSeems a few other gala, who were beginning/ think
Title i a store-wide, two-day carnival I they weren't going to receive a
To Capture namely Dot Grlffis, Gloria Nor-
'i sale this morning (Friday), according man, Juanita Anders Naverna farewell party this year ,,. Real W.Ce T.
to owner Steve Simmons, Martin and Marycllle Darley help- ly think your worries' are over
In Ute Suwanneo Conference During the two days over 0.000free \ ed her in putting them away. seniors, so be 'making your plansWhat's GEORGE W. ('. T"1, '

Tournament held In Lake Butler gifts will be given to visitors Were they all that good girls? DRINK IVIISHINGT01:' ; ,T
Xa"t week the BUS boys stumbled attending the sale For the IS TIIK; SOl
[ Hear the magician was really all this I hear about ALL EVIL,
through their first game with ; ; I event the large store has been terrific. Plenty of yelling and seniors going to Washington, D. C,1 I HALF THK AM TUF; t,
ClUcfliind. Tills team had won only ref appropriately decorated, and the applause heard coming from ,the or Cuba? Dolores seems mighty THE COUNTRY WOItI\Io.G: '.

two games this HeaHon but they sales force has been augmentedto UEO bldg., at any rate. Wish I'd Interested How about the rest
must have been saving up for thin : I give quick, efficient service.A had a dime so I could have gone of you? Wish I was a senior. We (UNION \1

sne tccHuae when It started $ ; r c large advertisement listing to see him. But I should worry, didn't take trips like that when I
everyone could see they were as some of the bargains and< tree I've got plenty or' animala. to pull went to school And thatwasn't
hot as a firecracker Everything; gifts appears elsewhere In this either .
out of my own hat 1 1 t Wonder so very long ago
tossed went In. As a re- Issue of the Telegraph.CAROLYN.
they up
how Betty Jane got in 7 Thought Glimpsed the following poem on
Milt, they had the, Bradford boys -I' : she was broke. Bet I can: make a Mrs. Woodham's blackboard Tuesday In Case of Sick
9 at the half
down points mighty close guess I IW.hy Think It's right clever myself Who Pays
BKS came back In the second does Wanda C. find certain : (With a low and apologeticbow TheB'

frame, however, and finally won n magazines so interesting? to Kilmer's "Trees") . MAIL THIS COO!
45-33, through the efforts
of bin Jack, Eaves who dumped I Better watch out, girlie You'll be I think that I shall never see _ .,
forgetting all about your schoolwork The dollar that I loaned theeA
25 points through.\ In this game '
tttf BHS boys looked way off form. first thing you know. dollar that I could have spent Paul Raymond, Att
Now For varied forms of merriment Florida :\
Everyone wondered If they wouldnap l _-_____._,,_-_________ ___ ___ .n. ;______ aren't you young things ; &, :
out of It and come back thenext Jr. glad you didn't store away your The one I loaned to thee so Box 95, Starke,, r rI Ppu
CONFERENCE-WINNING BUS GIRL CAGERS are pictured above winter gladly.For .
togs See, just follow .
day to lick a good Bronson my
I -
team. (kneeling left to right) Juanita Andrews, Myra Payette, MarthaHeory advice and you'll be prepared for whose return I had great mil

Fans were at a high pitch when Patsy Eaves, Joan Sweeney, Phyllis Strickland, Grace -DickInsnn I II anything, or should I say- "Fol hope Mutual Information. Oil 'b.
Heintz, Clair Cox, Montle Hutchlnga, and won't ba low my advice, and you'd betterbe I Man of RProteelloa.
the Bronson game started. The m (Captain) Nancy .q t ? '1e Well, young things I Just' like an optimistic dope; .
.Bradford boys knew that If, they Shirley Shaw. Standing/ : Coach Lou Beyers. Sharon Sapp, and Man t n able to give you the latest this prepared for anything For dollars loaned to folks like
took this one they would probably. ager Dolores McKnlght.; I week as Little Stevie Broadway, Course I'm'' not trying/ to predict thee, II. Name: ..

.,go through the finals* to the .. or some other small fry shot my Florida weather, 'cause you know Are not returned to folks like Adrew: ___
As the "' little bird with his air rifle, only the old laying about people who '
championship. game pro- 10 points were scored by both, and onds and finally dropped through do that, don't ? .
greased It became evident to broke the tip of his wing, so may- you El Mustang
the third stanza wound up 26 all. Hazen brought the ball down court I
those who watched that BHS had be he will be flying again by next Almost scared to death Sunday
their hands full. At the end of the Then came: the last quarter. This and took a final try from mid- week when the fire whistle blew. ......-..-..-.-

first quarter the score was 12-8, was !It. Both teams began to loosen rnurt.BHS was but no out.luck.The That final was score It--: Boy lent BHS snazzy looking Thought I'd go see where the firewall ASK-THE MAN.wHO KNOWJ>).'!'YOUR*-.->..*, WATCHMM

BHS. nronmm began to hit In the up, but neither could hit any Brnnson 33, BHS 32. these days with all those new but couldn't find my shoes
second stanza and came up to a regularity. VVlien me official time- I sweaters the football boys and and hating to have the town deodorized
half-time score of 16 all This entire out cam it was 29-20,with 25 sec Girls Score Surprise| other lettermen have. Wouldn't on my account I just ypUR -
first half was more or leas a onds to go Jack Eaves scored a The BHS girls salvaged some of mind having one myself Intact stayed home and toasted my toes A
eler.Both teams were wary of the bucket that put BHS ahead 3231. the glory the boys had failed to. I'm seriously considering going come more. Hear It wasn't auy- NE DS ;
other. Neither wanted to really Everyone felt that this was the find by beating the Melrose glrla I out for football next year. thing. bad, just a small field fire. '
loosen up because of their fear of ball game. The ball went down team 3231. This game put the Guess I can warm a bench an good Did everyone congratulate Ellese R GU A p ,
what the other would do. girls In the finals against a hot last week? 'Twas her 15th
court and the boys tied It up. Then as any the rest of those sopru '
In the second frame, everyone came the jump that meant the' Wllllston outfit. In order to get tft I Speaking of sports Jack Wain- day, and was she proud. Seems CNE l
to the finals the Williston
looked for a break, but none',was ball game. With 7 seconds left girls had v wright announced Monday that she ,celebrated Sunday, by havinga
Bradford the before.
forthcoming. Each team was still Bronson got the tip and an orange day baaebal pract'ce would begin few friends over for dinner Sure
I' trying to get the upper hand with- uniform put a shot up; it rolled To say the Is BHS girls surprised that afternoon. J3o we have did sound good to me. MMHMM -- S P B Bh BBBVS'
a of under.
F offering, too much..As a result. around the rim a couple of secHIALEAH'S statement. By masterpiece; the same token.. I good prospects Jack? If not How come Ada went to the My personal. Integrity: and profession, .lnukH,

f 6 ,. they well deserved it. They'took maybe we could draft some of tournament with so many boys ai by 40 ,_n' of experience in Fine "'.'..h I lie.r .
to tank a tall, well drilled Will- those matrons who love to play Thursday? Why can't you r pairing, I* your Guarantee of Sat"'fl&'liuu
iston team that was supposed to softball so much. For Instance give me a helping hand, Ada. If

shellac them, and literally out Mrs. Ruby Johns. would maUe a you can get five boys for your Ed Simpson
fought and fine draftee self you certainly: should be able _
outplayed them. Asa
f result, BHS won the girls championship : We started this week off with to help me get one 1 Seaboard R.IU'Watch: Inspector

i' 31-23 and received the the following students on the sick What's all this! about Carl Carter GEM JEWELRY
trophy graciously, as a champion Hat: Barbara' Bunch, Patsy Denton and Nancy Heintz? And is it true
i should.To Jean Parker and Kenneth about a certain black-haired boy
Johns. Hope you soon bnap out liking Wanda Agner?/ .
any'pne of the girlsout
of It, kids| Lots of teats coming up Haa everyone Invested money In
;.,, World JalnouJ for special recognl'-n :would Say could I borrow a cold or the "Mule Train"? If you haven't I iwl
! be unfair. Each of them played
magnificently. The forwards were
hitting with regularity and the
guards all did wonderful job In JACK: EAVES. flashy BUS forward
; FLAMINGO DAY defenalng excellent forwards. who wa picked<<: for the All- Koch's
Coach Lou Beyers and Captain Conference first team, la seen Inaction BIIRCIIIN Ar

t Grace Dickinson are to be congratulated : above at the start of the
BUS-Chlrfland tilt which Inaugurated -

I coaching and for team their leadership respective the Suwannee ConferenceIn FRIDAY & SATURDAY- 24 & 25 ONLY!
I ", Friday, March 3 Split DoubleHeaderAs Lake Butler lant week. .
-(Photo by Cremler. Studio)).
a follow-up to the Suwannee p
Regular 25c Nationally AdvertisedTYPEWRITER

.-. Conference Tourney, BHS boys and
f IT'S SMART girls went to Palatka Tuesday TABLETS----- PERFUME25 pel Of 0

Flamingo Parade night and split the double-header, ,

i' 9 PLANNING.. boys winning: and ,the girl losing FREE-Over 200 5c Ice Cream Corset\
The girls had a natural let-down FREE!-12 Toy Electric Toasters!
!,. To Call Tony Stevens For after the champlonehlp fracas, and Regular/ 15cSHOE

Bird are paraded only once a Your let 39-30 the In Palatka debs subdue them Regular 15cTOILET
Commercial a very ragged game. POLISH .
- -
+ WeddleBanquet: The BHS boys started fast against TISSUE 9c ,
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t the. Putnam lads and-led at Sl.
And Birthday the end of the'first quarter 101. ill
The pace slowed down somewhat -
PICTURES FRBEf-200 Boxes of Candy
. Ir the second quarter and, tile ,
... Stakes STEVENS PHOTO halftime score showed a 16-4 'advantage .
! for the boys from Brad- Regular $22
FINISHING ford. During the half. Coach
i Lake gave his boys a little more TOASTER 11.95
, Where every roll Is expertly adrenalin than Coach Hobbs gave - -

One of America's Foremost Developed. Printed or Enlarged his and the third quarter score

Horse Races LOCATED AT DAHMER'S narrowed The to 19-14, BHS. FREE!-WOO Sticks of Gum
stanza brought thrills and 9000GIFTS
GIFT SHOP-110 Call St.OttfOAUOMof .
..... ,6.'F F' .. .. chills to the crowd.: As the game
neared a climax, which took place Regular $17.95WAFFLE
when Hartman scored a lavup In .
the last 16 seconds, the playing IRON12.50
became more and more intense un
til finally the score was 3330.

1 BHS at the final gun. FREE! INK! FRffE Roasted Peanuts
Next week the BHS boys and "
girls will play In the District Tour-

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first game will be against JasperIn

the Lake City armory at 3:13.: BANDS------ 25c
The girls' first game will be a- -. JIjIf

gnlnst Perry girls In the Lake City

I HJHLUX armory The BHS at 2 p.m. Thursday, FREE!-Over 500 Men's Collar Guards!
boys will play on Fri
day. Perhaps the misfortune
suffered at Lake Butler last week
j will serve to spur the boys on ALARM CLOCKS
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j to more recognition in the District THESE TWO DAYS!
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Mr. and Mrs. E.V.. Newsome of .. -. -
Starke, a boy, Michael Wayne, on
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,, Easier to put on I I Flatlux is Identically .Jacksonville son. Lawrence announce William the on birth Mon ofa FREE!-360 POCKET HONES! RU-EZE Mony Back: Guarantee J.

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5 and 8 In block 22 In the city of
Lawtey In Bradford County.



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