Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/03053
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1950
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Game of District Tourney .

.tas arrived and no has dumping of the BHS forwards, Official County Publication Established In 1879

the Group\ II Basket- the guards' work would have
'- gone for naught. After this

.( > ament in Lake' City. particular win, each of the BH$ VOLUME SEVENTY-ONE. : _, _.____ ,_ STAKKE FLORIDA.' "'R 11)\.Y. MARCH 8, 195* .. _. ._. NUMBER _THIBTY-THIUCE,
d Sat- -- -- -
Friday. at
girls could be heard Baying! -ah I
see such teams as Lake yes, now we feel better! Vets Will Receive :

Oak, Perry, Madison The nightcap between the boysof 2700 RegisteredAs Assistance From Candidates Slow Patrolman Given 50-50 Chance ;

_ ; Monticello, and Starke the two schools began with a
bangt The BHS lads went ahead State Officer
___J first game Thursday afe with a quick 9-0 score:--five of the Books Move To
Qualify "
BHS girls tied 32-all ;
e Perry sextet, and the : first six shots put up were goodIn John S. Cook, assistant State For Recovery After Being Shot
the first minute and 13: secondsof Service Officer, will be In Starke
j be played over Friday'
play. From that minute on, To CourthouseA soon to assist veterans and their Deadline
::30 to see who enters March 18With
BHS completely dominated the dependents with any claim for benefits .
lAy e Lake finals City-Montlcelle against win- game. Godwin Hazen, Winkler to which they may be entitled By Thieves Taking Safe From Store

_ and Strickland scoring almost at total of 2,731 persons had reg. because of military service.Mr. only two weeks remainingIn

eded* third: the BHS' will. Big Jack Eaves looked as Istered as electors in Bradford Cook announces that he will which to qualify aj a candidate
!a first round bye whicha If he would never score but his County up until Wednesday, March be at the office of County Service for public office In the spring I Police Patrolman Leonard E. Colaon, 48. Is

day of grace. Their floor game and backboard work 1, at which time the books were Officer A. J. Thomas Jr. on Friday Democratic primaries, only eight given a 50-60 chance to recover from bullet
was what enabled the remainderof March 10, from 1 p.m. to 4:30:
In from the and had
will be tbla afternoon brought precincts contestants actually qualified wounds inflicted Monday morning about 1:30
jit 3 o'clock when they'll the team to hit with such placed In the office of the Supervisor pm. t with the clerk of the court
_. 'I agonizing finality. Late in the o'clock as he sought to halt the third safe robbery .
against an off-and-on in the courthouse at Starke.It I While here he will assist with through Thursday although several -1
'tfit. In, this. game. If'' second quarter Eaves began to hit is estimated this i Is approximately all types of claims. Including assistance more had publicly announced to take place in Starke within a four-

s hot. BHS :will find I and before anyone could stop him 60 percent of the total to widows, children and they would run for office month period.

F its hands very full. he scored 13 points-next to thehighest number of potential voters In this dependent parents of a veteran In Those who qualified up to date Colston's
1 : total for the night (Godwin addition to any claim for compensation condition was reported as "fair"following
Hobbs hopes his team county. Although :5,589 names are:
20)). : brain in St. Luke's Hos
or benefit that the veteran surgery
on this were carried on the old registration =
outlook :
'ferent For state Representative! : J. P.Robprt.e .
because When the second BHS team books It Is believed that at may wish to file under the O. L pital. Jacksonville Tuesday He was shotin
every game ,
4t. Incumbent: Doyle E. Conner -
1, conceivably brings ex- I came in, there was to be no respitefor least 1,000 of these were "dead Bill or under any other law grantIng Enos W. Hayes and Ovid the back twice with .38 calibre: bullets one

f Every: game will be a Trenton. The Bradford under wood", representing names of per benefits as a result of entitlement Lewis shot lodging: in his shoulder and the other

not just for BBS but studies continued what their sons who were deceased or who for military service. This passing through his head and penetrating a
[team entered. teammates had begun and pouredIt had moved from, the county and service Includes asslstanca with For County Commlss'oner'! District I portion of the brain.
4 ( Theressa Graham
urnament Is the fore- on. whose names had not been stricken Insurance to problems as well as assistance ) J. G. Adklns. t 1 Sheriff P. D. Reddish said yesterday that
To emphasize how quickly BHS employers of veterans
the State to be held In got to Trenton here are the quarter from the list under G. I. Bill schooling, subsistence For School Board District 3 he did not think it advisable to discuss progress .

on Thursday Friday scores: lit quarter 24-5 BHS; It Is estimated that at least 4500. ,- etc. (Brooker, New River) Hewlett S. I"l' of the investigation of the case at this
day of next week (A, : persons can register In this to Anderson.For time other than to that several
2nd quarter, 36-9, BHS; 3rd An attempt Is being say persons
If choose to do .made I _
county they
Class). The winners so -
to quarter, 61-13 BUS; and finally the April 1 deadline. The number locate. all dependents of veterans School Board, District 5 I have been picked up on suspicion and held for
be permitted repre-
As 64-24 BHS. This game was actually voting In the first who are not aware of the fact that (North Starke) H. A. Lawson. 'I"e.: I questioning-
districts. a con-
every team will be out characterized by fast breaks and primary two years ago totaled they may show entitlement. i No one has yet qualified as a dc I I Colson apparently surprised the thieves in
Kail osts. full court checking; excellent 3,681. candidate for County Commis- I an alleyway off Call Street after they had

ir BHS won over Live floor game., and Immaculate back As reported by the deputy officers Funeral SundayFor i sioner from District 2 (North ,, : loaded the safe in a waiting automobile and
board work.A .
,e' finals of this same Squad Win Again on March 1, the total regIstered Owen P. BryanFuneral Starke. ) nor for School Board' i 1" 4.I.IK. I were ready for a getaway.- It is believed that
being held at the same On Tuesday night the BHS In each precinct was as District 1 (Lawtey). 1.. MrLENDON, 1d..nl1f1C\8Uor-! -a lookout must have seen the

_me time: Lake City "A" boys teams took to task a follows: services for Owen Paul Merrill G. McMillan has qualifiedfor Officer stthe_ !State' ,PrIson' UHhiiwii --_.: patrolman approaching, as footprints -
Thursday, Friday .and highly favored Crescent City quint No. 1 (Lawtey) 400 Bryan 42 who died Thursday the position of County Sur- *.M...>ve making plaster cants Indicated that the thieveshid
1 March 2. 3. 4. BHS that had won their conference No. 2 (N. Starke) 1.036 afternoon Feb 23, at his home veyor of ravelin at the scene of thi safe behind the corner of r. back

Madison In the first championship (St. Johns) by defeating No. 3 ((9. Starke) 60t near Starke were held Sunday at Dnndllne for qualifying as a robbery hem ra>rly Monday morn alley lean-to and apparently shot
ne point. Second round Callahan. a team that No.4 (Graham ) 78 3 p.m. at the graveside In Dyal rnnrlidxte for county office Is ing. At left In. E. I.. MrKnlght. Colaon In the back as he came up

Butler bow to Dryden had twice beaten BHS this season. No. 5 (Hampton) 250: Cemetery with Rev. W. E. Hall Saturday, March 18. nu-mlMT of the> HterUr police to Investigate the car.

9 points. .In the 88mle ''As a result of this showing Coach No. 6 (Theressa) 69 officiating. ror..... Snwll window wherethlevex. The safe was taken from the

City went the same Hobbs was doubtful as to the No. 7 (New River) 68 Mr. Bryan was a lifelong resident Warden Chastain galniMl entrance to "Southern' Store Southern Store (a member of the

did Lake Butler andy probable outcome. By that token, No.8'(Brooker) 229 of Bradford County. He Is I I.. ouillnril\ In white ansi Indicate Van H. Priest chain of ten cent
3 points. Live Oak he worked his boys hard for the Registration will continue In the Will Trap Quail by arrow In upper left corner stores) and contained $256.60, all
pTIstngly easy mark for game. When the time came they office of the Supervisor In the survived by his parents Mr and For 'Transplanting' cash with the exception of two

plonship, and Ironically proved themselves ready by get- courthouse each week day during Mrs. Lawton B. Bryan; three small checks. Mrs. Nits. Dobbs

[ team could be the semi- ting off to a fast 13-6 first quarter March: office hours 9 to 12 and sisters Mrs. Mae Thornton and Anyone desiring to have quail Welfare Payments store manager stated that ,...

I for BHS this year lead. In the second quarter thp 2 to 5. The books will remain open Mrs. Thelma Lee of Starke and trapped, on their property and put $35,221 In FebruaryPublic electric Irons were) also missing
will play the winner scoring slowed a bit because of for registration through Saturday Mrs. Inez .Wilson of Waldo; and elsewhere' for stocking a greater from the store stock. I

dlson-Montlcello fracas compartively rough ball playing. April 1.Hewlett. two brothers Fred Bryan, Starke, territory Is asked to contact Game assistance payments In Indications are that one of the

to the Jasper-BHS en- and the half saw BHS with a 22-11 and Nolan Bryan, Patterson Oa Warden T. C. Chastaln, Jr. and he Bradford' County during February thieves entered the store througha

Friday. Both winners advantage. Anderson will furnish traps and feed for totaled $3:1.221.:10: : according to an ,. fi fir small window near the roof tin.
about five hours' rest, The third quarter proved that For School Farm Bureau NoticeThe trapping them. He will also put announcement yesterday. by Rev at the rear of the building. The
/ meet at 9 o'clock the", Bradford would not lose becauseof Qualifies them wherever the property owner 8. E. Sparks member District 5 T I34. t'r window was barred, but one of the I

t. This tourney should, their usual "after-half scoringlet Board, District ThreeHewlett Bradford County Farm would like to have them placed.If Welfare Board. .: (t\' :14t"l.. : bars had been. pounded out from
['the most Interesting in : down" as they continued at Bureau will meet tonight (Friday) anyone knows of a pond thatis State total for the same month iI" ,'J '-: where It was embedded In the

OP'* thing Is certain their "13 point per quarter" pace. at 8 o'clock In the courthouse here, drying up and which contains ...14... .. wall. The rear door of the store
(need plenty, of support Third quarter score 39-21 BHS. W M. Edwards, secretary of the Hrala' fish please notify Mr. Chas was $.172,837.110, divided among LEP.NAKI) F:. OLSON who was was then unlocked and unboltedfor
jlaan fans. Of course In the final stansa the second team organization, announced yester tain and the fish will be seined and 67,746 recipients of old age, 63024 ,- critically Injured when shot byttiktvi the removal of the Safll.,

E |r wishes them all thee played themselves a fine ball game r---, '; ,, day. Several Important mattersare plncpd In another lake. Three needy dependent children. and i *. during his netiond week ofdvty Colaon was found by another..
world.. .00\get 'em by outscoring and outfighting the scheduled to come before, the thousand of this type of fish were 3.235 blind. In this county there : .. .
I M Stark' police force.Humphrey night' policeman. J..I* Bilco\ *. who
_*Iris! .. first string,Creacent City five 13- .- body,,a.od all .members are ifr loed transferred to"Crosby Lake Wed were 517 old ace. 618. dependent iioarJ the shOtS **A 'taj f>(r', in
h Take Trenton I 12 allowing the final score to to be present, )!'*Ir, Edwards said. nesday. children, and 23 blind recipients.Intent' vestigate. By the time he arrived

\Starke armory last Frl-' stand at 48-33, BHS. Employes however the thieves had
the BHS boys and girls I In the first game of this particular ;,-- a I made a clean getaw.y.Colsol1 .
from the Trenton duo the BHS "B" squad got SEEN AS IN Complete
fe'a. The THS girls off to a very slow start and finally Course Held Here recently resigned hU:
REGISTRATION OF VOTERS WHO 1 position with the State Road Department -
play swamped the dropped the game 2623. Jimmy I
_J by a 38-28 score. Rowe played his best game of the MOVED FROM BRADFORD COUNTY I Thirty foreman and supervisors "and applied for a place,
on the Starke police force In or-
i Lou's lassies have come year and as a result scored 15 of the Humphreys Gold Corporation -
since then and man- points -r" Attorney General Richard Ervin Gives!! Lengthy Opinion To Supervisor Of Itefrtatra-' received certificates of com der to be at home more. He was

> win by simply out- The'season record for the BHS \ tion In Effort To Clarify Status Of Persons Living On Kingsley Lake And At State pletion for the Florida Industrial serving his second week as a regular

opposition. The BHS boy a' team now stands at 13-6 ..:t. Prison Farm. Commission 10.hour safety course member of the force.
ed plenty of spark and with the district tourney still to go. .1' .."..f. C held In Starke last week. The His wife l la the former Perle
game wore on. The The Bradford girls took on an j :: course was presented Feb. 20 I Manning of Starke.

particular praise :undefeated Lake City quintet iJe The elusive and somewhat Intangible among other things, that at the of registration shall determine the through Feb. 24 and was taughtby
f managed to hold last Monday night and played them I 'I.: word "Intent" seems to be time of registration 'a person shall domicile domiciles of the persons C. E. Hooks, Jr., commission I .

foot 2 Inch forward to a standstill. Leading through z" ,e_..0n the deciding factor In whether persons have resided and had his habitation Involved according to the representative Berry Yield

Trenton-the same most of the game. BHS finally i now living on Kingsley LakeIn domicile, home, and place of facst of each case and the legal' Graduates of the class were Jay
30-odd points In lost 34-27. Phyllis Strickland was Clay County and at the State permanent abode' in the countyfor principles set forth above. If the Wood Charles) Baldree, James I
ne between thm. How. high scorer for BHS with 13 S. Anderson, vice president Prison Farm In Union County six months. Hence, It Is to be supervisor shall find In any case Brlnson. James Chitty, William Hits The SkidsBradford

t the consistent basket points. and general manager of shall be permitted to register and seen that It Is a penon's domicileor thatthe person Involved who liveson Corsn, Thomas Dempsey John
Tung Oil Products Inc- of Brooker vote In Bradford County In the 'home' and not his place of Klngsley Lake has establishedhis Detweller. Charles Devlin, Smith County strawberry
qualified Monday as a candidate of them have doneIn location of business Interests home there Devoe. Carl Fendrlck Paul-Gallo
future as many business or permanent or considers have harvested
e To Be Host Rep. Chas. E. Bennett for the School oard from. the p.llt.Peraona which must determine the his place of abode at said way, William Hart. Paul Klauster. within growers 5,000' crates already of the total

Veterans Schedules 3 SpeechesIn residence District No.3. artd seeking to qualify. county of his legal residence for lake as his permanent home, then meyer Curtis Lee, Carl Russell number produced last season, but
Mr. Anderson was bom electors In the re-reglstratlon of registration purposes. correctly the supervisor may determine Jack McComb Samuel MrMalns, receipts are still 178.559 behind
nd' County FridayRep. reared l In Gainesville and received voters now being conducted in "When this matter of domicile that such person Is a legal George. Mllnep. Vernon Nichols the final In 1949. However.
his AB degree from the University Bradford County must take an oath arises It often Is confusing and resident of Clay County, and Oliver Pearson Luther Pickering, with favorable weather conditions,
__i ," a very Impor- Charles E. Bennett Is of Florida In 1938. He Is a vet that they have been residents of each case In which the questionIs properly should register In that Charles Schneider Marion Thompson there should be another to
scheduled to make three speeches crop
picture and acclaimed eran with six years of service In this county during the six. months found must be decided on Its county. On the other hand, should Paul Underhill, Warren Wallla harvest 'the last of March and If
| as one of the best of In Bradford County today (Fri. World War II, participating In of this James Willard Williams
[ Immediately preceding the date own factual situation; and In the supervisor find that any of Wilbur fair prices
prevail receipts
behalf of his candidacyfor gross
be shown at the Flor- day)re-election.In five European Theatre campaigns registration. This provision Is now connection, the following legal such persons, at the time they Donald Page Cameron Baatedo, .should. easily top last year' fig
Sunday and Monday with an Army tank battaN standing In the way of many persons rules may be applied to each case stated to 'live' on such lake, were and William Siprelle. ures.
_ and 13 according to According to an announcementby Ion. He was separated from the some of whom own and operate and considered with the facts In legal residents of Bradford County The Humphreys Gold Corpora.

by Manager Ira his campaign headquarters in service In 1946 with the rank of business In Starke and have arriving at a determination of the snd that they are living onlytemporarily tion are operators of the Trail two Effects weeks of freezing became temperatures painfully

Jacksonville, Bennett will speak Lieutenant Colonel, and during resided In this county formerly, question: at said lake and have Ridge llmenlte mine east of obvious Wednesday ago when volumeat
ra of the 101st Airborne hi. service was awarded the Purple but who now have their domicileon "a. A person's domicile Is the never otherwise abandoned Bradford Starke where heavy minerals are
In Hamptonat
Lawtey at p. m.; the market dropped to a mere
j and veterans of the "Bat- Heart and the Silver Star. Klngsley Lake Or at the State place where he hsa voluntarilyfixed County as their place of dom recovered from the sand for use
4:43.: trickle of 16S crates. It Is not ex-
and Brooker at :
3 p. m.; Anderson stated that he had '
Bulge" are Invited to beta Mr. Farm. his abode, not for special or icile or 'home then the supervisor as white paint pigments by E. I. ected to show marked Increase
Last Saturday afternoon at'8 no promise to make the voters Most of these still consider themselves temporary purposes but with the properly may determine that audi. duPont de Nemours & Co. of a
Theatre.wlshln& and : lower, until
of the Florida rr'ght even drop
o'clock Bennett spoke In Starke, other than "efficient performanceof Starkeltes and all their Interests present Intention of making it persons may register In Bradford Wilmington, Del.
the In about
to attend a* of the office for the new crop
the duties and home."b. .
reviewing his voting record In -business, social civic his permanent County. The Industrial Commission states four weeks.
of the Martin Company benefit (jot the entire Bradford political-are In Bradford County. A change of domicile form "2. Persons. who are employedby that 63 Florida firms and groups
Manager Harris a. Congress on major Issues. County school system. He stated Yet unless the loophole of "Intent"can one place to another Is accomplished the State are not permitted to comprising" 601 persons, have now A surprising factor was the fair
how to, that he feels he Is qualified for the ; be conscientiously used to alter by two things: the Intentionto taken this safety course over the I volume of fruit that continued to
will know many C of C Will Elect office by his experlenc In success circumstance, the oath would acquire a new domicile, and the..register In any county they desire state. It Is provided without cost be scrapped from the fields up Until ,

I New DirectorsAt ful business management and by bar them from participating In'future by two things: the Intention to They must register In the countyof ,to employer and employee. this Wednesday Buvers and ::1
1.30: p.m., Monday. Marcn Three his educational backgrounnd. His elections In Bradford County.In acquire a new domicile, and the their domicile Just like other

trans of the Bulge and the Chamber of Commerce father was the late Dr. J. N. Anderson order to clarify this situation actual removal to the place select electors. The fact that they are Alexander Receives market their officials could 921 crates hardly belleve --
as were
a dean of the Graduate Supervisor of Registration A. L. ed as the new domicile, and the I eyes
Irborne Division are urg- the following employed by the State and because brought to the platform last Fri
meeting held* last Friday School at the University of Flor Crosby Jr. sakeS for an opinion actual removal to the place selected Continued SentenceMotion
tend the showing dressed asa I of such employment TEM day. Quality was described as fair
were appointed to serve from Attorney General Richard .as the new domicile I thus Intention
uniforms for special re- nominating committee for '''e ida.Mr.. Anderson resides -at Brook- W. Ervln on the following points; without the actual removal PORARILY have left their countyof for a new trial was denied with some Indication of rain' and

election of three directors for three pr with his wife the former WIl- 1. Can a person who lives In one Is of no avail, neither Is removal legal residence, does not necessarily and sentence' < suspended. here wind damage.
year terms: J. P. Roberts, Robert :lette Harris of Montlcello. and county register In another? without that Intention of avail. constitute an abandment of Monday In the case. of State of Since Wednesday of last week

| Sigma Phi Barksdale Mrs. M. F Brown ,their two children. 2. Can a person who Is employedby "c. If a person because. of employment such county as their place of legal Florida versus Sam Alexander, 2.665: crates were sold at an average
Pauline Torode, and W, H. I the State register In any county or for other reasons Is residence, For example certain young Lake Butler ex-serviceman price of 17.85 per crate.
Baby Show man. Mra'i Georgia Visitor desired? required temporarily to leave his. employees at the State Capital. convicted at the tall term of Circuit ,Spirited bidding by buyers com-

The committee will present In his. reply under date. of February home and move Into another county some of whom have been In Tallahassee Court In Starke on a chargeof netlng for the few crates offered
I for a baby show to be heldy nominees at a meeting of the I, Dies Of Heart Attack 25 Ervin wrote: or state with no Intention of for years as an Incidentof "handling and fondling a child Wednesday sent prices soaring toa

afternoon. March 23, Chamber membership to be held i On Street Here "Your request for opinion sets abandoning such home ss his place such employment have never1 under the age of 14 years"At $102.1 average.Daily .
flounced,yesterday by the in the courthouse tonight (Friday) forth the question derived from the 'of domicile, even though his absence abandoned their domiciles In the a hearing held. here Monday volume and average prices:

hapter of Beta Sigma Phi. at 7:30: p.m. The new board of) Johnny Bryant Coleman, 65, was following situations: 1)) Quite a from that domicile may con- counties from whence they came I' morning Judge A. Z. Adklna denied Thurs. Feb 23.-313: crates &
'. directors will later elect a preslIdent | the victim of a heart attack and number of businessmen and their !Itnue for days, months, or years to accept employment with the the motion for a new trial $875:
D. Walnwrlght Jr. wasfhalrman and other officers. |dropped dead at the Intersection families" who live on Kingsley It remains' his home In the sense of State, The same Is true of certain tnm\f' by Alexander's attorney Fri., Feb. 21921 crates 0
of the committee II I of Walnut and Washington Streets Lake In Clay County have their legal residence. This Is true even Florida residents employedby Zach If Douglas.. Sentence was $750:

arrangements for the e- Here I about 10:43: : o'clock Monday night. entire business Interests In Starke though such a person has no actual I the Federal government '" "continue! from day to day and
d she will be assisted by Car Stolen Mr Coleman was a resident of and they desire to vote In SUrke. physical 'home' In the county Washington Thus' when n... question from term to term". Sat Feb. 2--19. crates. &

bert MerSmith. Found Total WreckA Lumber City, Ga. and had been 21) A number of people employedat which he claims as his domicile and of the domicile of an employeeat $625: I
| Mrs. -
the State Prison Farm Is FOR MCIIOOI BO\UD Mon.. Feb. 27--326 crates !
hero about three weeks" visiting the State Prison Farm at Ral- which domicile he has never a- presented
and Miss June HalL stolen automobile, belongingto his sons who operate the Magno- ford desire to register. and vote In bandon.d. to this supervisor of registration UISTfU"Tf'E $6.80 I

P'erta Richards will m. c. Morris Johns, was later found II* flab Market. He was born In Bradford County although they "d. The place where a marriedman he should apply certain of I hereby announce my candidacyfor Tues, Feb. 2S- -441 crates <0
feedings. totally wrecked near Palatka. Washington County Georgia on live at the Prison Farm. and his family actually resides the legal principles above set the School Borad from residence $7.50: I

'a are urged to register At the time It was stolen the car Dec. 21 1885. He was a member of "It Is to be noted that the word generally to be deemed his domIcile forth to the facts of the Individual l District No. 5 (North Wed., March 1-- 133 crates &
i'ldren' for entrance In the was parked In the yard of a the Church of God. 'live or lives occurs In the first but such presumption maybe case Should he find that at the Starke) I have been a residentof $1025 I

Ith Mrs. Marian Howe at friend of Johns'. James Bunch, on Besides his sons. Howard and question above and< In the precedIng overcome by clcumsUnces demonstrable time of employment such person Starke for the past 16 years So far this season have

nber of Commerce office Church Street Jesse. who live In Starke Mr. paragraph. A person may 'live' by proof on the questionof was a legal resident of Bradford and feel that I know the problems sold 21.787 crates for growers an estimated -
between the ages of six Another car. a 1950 maroon Bryant Is survived by his wife, temporarily: or permanently In a domicile County and has never aban- to be faced In the administrationof of $161.089.49.
|and five years are eligible Ford coupe, was stolen from three other sons, and five daughters given place. If he lives permanently "In view of the foregoing. In my doned that residence auch a state our schools, and promise thatI
Mrs. Wainwright said. where It was parked near the In a given place, that place opinion the above questions are employee properly may be registered will do my utmost to give a Plant City shipped 4.000 crates

of the event will be the post office Saturday night Feb. The body was forwarded to j I. the domicile of such person answered as follows: In Bradford County even fair and Impartial administrationof Monday at an average of $7.56.
I g of the king and 18. It belonged to the soninlawof Lumber City, Ga. where funeral "Section 9801. Florida Statues, "1, As to each of these' cases though because of his employment the duties of this office If elect Louisiana" l Is not expected to

In selection by out of queen.town' Cliff Cox and has not yet been r services were held Wednesday af (and see Article VI. Section 1, /where a man and his. family 'live'on temporarily he resides at the ,ed. come Into heavy production until
State Prison Farm." -H. A. Lawson about March 23.
recovered. I ternoon. Florida Constitution) requires. Klngsley Lake, the supervisor

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-Bradford County Telegraph C. of C. President Thanks All Who Helped With Exhibit ,IN SCOUTING An OKINAWA American STARTED BY soldier GI from New I FRg E

., .. ",t" : York ha* helped to organize Oki For Prompt
I.., 1 .. ; .... .. ,. .,.w' ,, ;.rf'. { "{ 'v.Nt! nawa' first Boy Scout troop. FREE
owHaa: -sofTOaI'ubUebrrl : .W of Dead
E. L : > \ ,
ESTABLISHED 1879 ,. -. "_ ), Forcheanx CriPP1fd,
::: ... w"1"" 'I' x:' ,. Pvt. Joseph auggextedthe ,1
,:.iL ey \\1$ .' J./:.. tv d' s 1t. y less
Second .
Friday an > Every Office at Starke, Flaw < i Naehiroaealetant principal at the 1St: logs .
dw Matter at the Post BRADFORD COUNTY : ,English language school here. Call 132 '"

Then Pvt. Forcheaux wrote to S
MEMBER | j fcj 1950suwcrlptlw.bU the Boy Scout of America and obtained WE ALWAYS
(a'r .
......: .Ilf1t rI literature and the promise
.U/Ml W '1J50 For 8U !Month '1. "l 'l"--" Florida WINC.
: A ,. of flnnanclal help. Now there are (|

I fir; I ,-tI'I' 1.200 Okinawa scouts. Nashlro lathe R.

=! Scoutmaster. L 7

A .Step ForwardThe ,,. //l a.I: !! -w

organization of the Bra I la In our opinion a good move and one which will how long-laet- r /. ,.. FOR YOUR 1 KEQUIREME E''
needed for Its success U strong representative 1 l l r- & .
ing results One of the requisites ,., : '
membership, and all those owning cattle In Bradford h It Paj70 :'l'eads 1 With Slade !

County are eligible for membership. Work and co-operation will make -1"UOl"ANE"" "
,his group a strong ono with a betterment of the cattle Industry in t i iR G.\S-

lUxi county a foregone conclusion. GAS ljIiJ AppiiSLADE =
Some of the good things which can come out of ucn a group -

together are fairly obvious. Better breeding and better pasture r, .... .1 GAS COMPANYBELIEVE
........., .... Inc
are Immediate goals. Fine large herd of well finished animal .... ..........

are distinctly a pos lblllty, If the necessary Improved pasture are pro- vR ."'.. ...;,'''' ....,...... h' .. A. ''.' '' .n l 'epW E. Call St. Slat1e F'b
vided. A Bradford County Cattle Show at the proper time will come. ":.....,: ;; ". :M"' 'R'' '","'.(7 '.,;. :: ,"'''i'? ZIiiJS!
.. ... '. .:;:;} ,
; ww ': : ;';. r'', ,,_ .
Purebred beef stock raised in this County and exhibited at Show ".s. .f..u.. 'w. .."Aw_- .., k.a.: : \\S: e ;::"

throughout the state are another po albtllty. AH these thing endtLen With Bradford County' tint thank are: fresh water fish. IT ITS TRUEOUTSTANDING

too will come to pass 1* the catUe raiser work together and exhibit at the State Fair In. Tam Tung Oil Product, Ernest Fletcher, who paintedthe 'p r ,
9 d lks"
b 9 n
support actively this new organization. pa now a matter of history Guy Brooker, for their Bradford County scene. IfS .j,t'"p.,,k ,a ,, ,',,,. s'tW,,
members of the new Andrews, president of the Chamber play and to Tom Gilbert f1tN p ht
Beat wishes to the director, officer, and Member of the Junior and a
In of Commerce this .week resented the company Senior Woman' Club, the B .I "st'MTMCas .;14 t
Bradford County Cattleman'. Association. >Meeting are to be held :: ; t
of booth.
praised the fine spirit cooperation .
P W Club and friends who stayed
the County Court .House tbe last Friday of each month. All those Interested on the part of the many The E. I. du Pont De tn the C of C office while Mrs. -'

in Joining or supporting this and effort to make this hibit the '
showing LAWYER
"and Mrs. B. R. Routt of Ft.
project the outstanding successthat their ilmenlte mine Wayne, Ind., who stayed In Mra.Howe's rr,
It 'wu. Starke and also for ..
a ...
TRANS home and cared tor her o
} R "I feel that the exhibition wai cial contribution. Ei 5 ;,
R. B ALVAREZ & SON family while she was away.
Infinitely worthwhile, Mr. An J. Arnold of United
drews said, "and hue resulted In Inc., for the large .. Mr. Howe reports that Fair .
local publicity and good will for Bradford used to identify the officials were more than pleased s ,' .,
We operate Kr K
with Bradford's first exhibit and
that cannot be Hartmann
County i ,
stated that neldom is a first display e x'' i j4i.
ft long distance measured in dollars and cents. for their display of STARTED PRACTICE OF LAW IN 1938APPOINTTO +4 ,
oo well planned and neat tq
Thousand of people are now aware furniture made in Starke so L.
ctS::: anywhere la'U. S. of Bradford County and Its eo for transportation of ly and effectively executed aa was t

many advantages and attractions, to Tampa. this county' ASSSTMT ATTORNEY ;h J'
EXCELLENT who perhaps never heard of it be Brown Plastic Co., "They are expecting us back i + ,
BTORAaEFACILITIES fore." "* display and also next year with something even.
The Chamber president predicted ting up the exhibit.O. bigger and better," Mr. Howe
that the County would be backat C. Cason for his said ,r
Agents ForDelcher -- the Fair next year with an tion of strawberry The painting used in the exhibit '
even bigger and better exhibit. formed the center will be mounted on the wall
Among those to whom the Mr. and Mr. Gary In the courthouse corridor, Mr.
See us first Chamber I I. extending, special Starke and Tampa who ; Andrews announced. I NARD-HI7TING PROSECUTOR IN ttUAMIFAMd13IARUDIMWIIITESUVA'fGtSE'SI
B roe. I

STATE FARMBy I i Mr. and Mrs. M. U Watterson iS-

FOR ALL TYPES OF Mr*. Bryan WhltfleldBridge. By Mr M. O. have been spending several daysin I
PEST CONTROLWRITE Homoaaasa with Mr. and Mr*. N F
E. BUand.
FLORIDA PEST CONTROLand Wednesday afternoon of last inspiring Christian A ., 'STANDING ratios MAN Of Ml/Wi/
: week Mr. M. E. Orlner was hostess
CO. was held on Saturday,
CHEMICAL at the meeting of the State : GIVES
when the local Y. F. C.
2450 N. ALABAMA ST. TELEPHONE 6035 Farm Bridge Club. Bowls of lupines -
ileged to have Rev.
GAINESVILLE, FLA. calendula and rose added FAST
Scott of Starke, aa the I I
Termites Rodents All Household Posts color: and beauty to the Orlner speaker A wonderful 1 1I
home which was a lovely settingfor RELIEFwhen
Free Inspection and Nstlmate: tires by Gradual this party. Those present In fellowship prevailed F / e'
the whole service, and
EntomologUt. (University of Florida). addition to club members were COLD I
made happy in renewed [
Itoropaey R. Sapp Roy V. Rolg Mrs. Sidney Walker and Mr. C. ships. Earl Norman MISERIES STRIKE

C. William, the latter winning a youth leader for the even ,.. - ..-
handkerchief a* the guest prizeIn .
features included the

FOR EXPERT WASHING In bingo.won club bingo stationery'Mrs.' /J..while C. Wallace high- duet year First by old Psalm W.Johnny P. Durden recited Dodd and and by '

and second high contract score awards Begins Mar.
Carolyn with guitar
were made .
respectively to
iment. Rev. Scott had a*
POLISHING GREASINGTIRES Mrs. C. M. Turney and to Mr*. "Encouragement." and
H. J. Kucera, the former receivinga'
inspired to greater effort
table cover and the latter sta
good work by this
TUBESBATTERIES tlonery. Mr*. Oriner served a
salad course at the end of the
fame. 4-H CLUB 'ACTIVITEST. $75.,000 STOC
K. McClane, County
Cub Scout New) i
met with the 1-H Club
The State Farm Cub Scout
Den i
SEE THE AUTO FOUNTAINMadison again took honor at the Pack Larry school Van Officer Alatlne,elected& ria'T; : -
meeting In Starke ri'hur+day eve J. Alderman vice :
ning. They won the pennant for
& Walnut Streets Starke, Fla.In attendance with their own being Donald Cochrane, i
surer. Mar. 11
100 and all
percent parent except On Saturday, February I
one being present. Five of Dorothy Rosa BET
the boy received their Wolf 4-H Club girl to 1
hedges. In celebration of fortieth where
they enjoyed a
birthday anniversary of Boy roast 'alld various ..porls.A 'I
f Scouts the meeting waa In the GOODS
form, of a birthday party. Each number of Hampton I
den had Its birthday table and enjoyed the hospitality

the one,of the State Farm Den Home, League dinner, : I S TOASTERS
was attractive with a beautiful day evening. February-14.
cake a. the center piece and with Salvation Army dining I D S '
places marked by miniature Boy Camp Florida. 1 RON S ,
Television Scout. "Sonny" McLendon la a Mrs. T. E. Simmons I
new member of the Den. ea* to the Baptist W M. '
Thursday afternoon I 9 RO A ST E R SPERCOLATORS
Mr. and Mr C. H.

We Have Several Floor Samples Mr.the and Mrs.Dreaden-Durden W. N. North wedding attended New Chance Mr.York and and state little Mrs, arrived eon, 1 RINGS ETC.

In Jacksonville '
t Saturday. for a six weeks visit at I SETS
At Greatly Reduced Prices! Dr. and Mr. Robert Williams of Mr*. LaChance' uncle
and their daughter Sharon, of Kalch. R S
Gainesville were dinner guests of
E-Z Terms! Free Installation! Dr. and M.... H. J. Kucera Sunday Friends of Mr. and Mr

evening. % Caldwell Wednesday. T S ,
LIMITED, OFFER -:- ACT N-0-WI Visitors of Mr. and Mr. W. O. R. W Gardner of

1 Stringfellow Wednesday were Georgia, has been E GIFT Free/
r Mr. and Mrs. George Manaasa and and Mr. D. I* Nix since
Chas. C. Shepherd their children of Green Cove Visitor of Mr and
! ,Spring and Mrs. J. M. Brownleeand Davl during the
Mr*. J. E. Wilson of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
I!' .Phone 239 For FREE Demonstration I Mr. and Mn. H. q. Davis, Jr., their sons of Heilbronn
, i.of Gainesville were overnight and Mr. W. M. Rhoden. A VALUABLE GIFT WILL BE I
gueat of Mr and Mr*.' W.; N. Crew .and Misses
I North Friday.Mr. Irene Crew of Taylor. C E S, ETC. GIVEN AWAY EACH NIGHT!!

k and Mrs. Jack Nelson of
Il Jacksonville spent the weekend

l with JUnmle Mr. and Bradley Mrs. R.of W.Jacksonville Brannen. Save Time, I GOES To The Highest Bidd

was the guest of Dir and Mr. J.
I HUNDREDS M. Bradley Friday night and and Money! I

Saturday.Mr. and Mr*. R. P. McLendon I Pounds Of I Now Is The Time To Get
j of details are managed and economically and their ion visited Mr. and 9 DAILY

: attended that only a traoned and Mrs. Rudy McDonell In Dunnellon Laundry I

/ careful organization can attend when last weekend.Mr.. and Mn. R. R. Gordy cf Only I & 7P.M.- f'J J\ mlIYGlffS

the urgent nerd for serving is at Knoxville, Tennessee, Were aruests' .
t of Mr. and ){rs. Lonnie Durden Minutes.
hand. Sunday night and Monday. Mr. Washed
\ and SIrs 40
Gordy were In Floridaat
thl time to be present at the ly Clean- FINAL NO REFUND'
I J DeWITT C. JONES Dreaden-Durden wedding and Its To Iron!
attendant festivities in Jackson
Phone 7 Starke, Fla. ville. YOUR SUPPER BUT DON'T MISS THIS SALEf"
Cents Is _'
, Accompanied by Mr. J. M. --'
Funeral Director: Ambulance Serriee Brownlee and Mrs. J. E. Wilson. 40 !fr
of Starke Mr. and Mr*. W. O. Costs! Try : wfl
Our local funeral horn enable aa to offer convenleace and i Strlngfellow
open Sunday with
*ervtc/ a not otherwise available.We Mr. any*. Mrs. Morgan Darby at Service Soon! ] F.

I their Santa Fe Lake home. Strong Jewelei
Mia Melba Stringfellow visited .
furnish the highest type service at lowest price, andsboept Mia Marty Young in Starke last The j ,
AN' T" life Insurance policy tn force, loaned by ANY wekend. :

company, a* payment In part or In full on a fua.raL Mra J. II- Caldwell and Mr. 929 Temple 137 W. CALL ST. EST. 1941 F
Consultation carries no obligation. Viola Luffman of Ocala were STARKE,
guest of Mr. and Mr. J. Q.

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"S"'l"9"t. MAR 3- 1950 -I

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1I)1) ,1 ROkWltNT

;. y'Junior High boy .
$Aggregation were overt -
Isar the Melrose team '
; VI of only four point

or last high week tournament: Coach' ( ;; .

'J.; Mrt. Joyce Futcl .
.9.. \the: team to the ,

.lade rang up a 22-1'
'oker In a return gait
Monday, however
their feeling aom -
Lawtey girls lost
the double bill with
-- 4w
rday afternoon the
J-lzona Paul located
:wtey, was razed bj
pas one of the oldest .
colored section ol
nts owner la one ol
egro citizens in the

:.s. J. P. Wyrlck ant
Terry were business
aytona Saturday.

_..of'S...er Truman their, who is brother-ln-confined Norman, There Will Always Be A Need For

City hospital laslr. f

Richard of Lak<
|ting the J. K. Wall
"II.dra W.Lou H., Jones Nangeta and,
Sunday guests of
Jills.IHarley. ,
a patient Ir
Hospital, Jacksonville
|to be doing nicely
I major operation.
..s. Joe Shu ford and
onvllle, and Mr. and

nday.ford. :.were and visiting daughter rel-' County's Quota This Year Is Only $2,037The

hlly of Parker is the I
H. C. Kelly family I

s. C. E. Stricklanc For Continued Of Our
lof Gatnesvtlt were Bare Minimum Required Functioning Chapter
of Mrs.T. J. Terry I
Kelly, Jr., a student i
crslty of Florida i In''
pas the Sunday guest
and aunt. Mr. and
ones of Ft Myeri

st ekend.ra.Mrs.of his. L.uncle H. Hill and, For The Past 5 Years Bradford County Has Failed To Reach Its Red Cross Quota

T. Johnson ol .
{were visiting Mrs
nts, Mr. and Mrs
I;last weekend. .... ..t '
e Roberts was visfcther -

if feral friends,days J.will H.\last be Tatum pleas-week, :". During This 5-Year Period National Red Cross Has Subsidized The Operation Of The Local ,

|hat he is much inlying .

[Idren Mrs. a Bryant were recent visiting Tucker illness,I Chapter To The Extent of Some $9,000. Another $4,000 Has Been Sent Into This County In Recent \ I,

a mother Mrs. T. fi:'
"'; M4' :
\recently. d

ests ox were and of Mr Mr.son..and and. David Mrs.Mrs.,,I < Years For Disaster Relief--The Rehabilitation Of Homes Damaged Or Destroyed By Wind-

tile Wlmbcrly and
-1.'CameTon H. Hill ,were all glad of storm. This Makes A Total Of $13,000 That National Has Sent Into Bradford County During The _' :! :: ::

out and about again
Allowing two month's :

to his home becauseGENEVA Past 5 Years, While During This Same Period The Percentage Of Funds Raised Here That Went .'. 1 ,'j',;'' .

: :4- '

che Cunningham To Support The World-Wide Program Of Red Cross Totaled Only$1,000. .' :: :,

kr Griffin and Infant
i home now. The baby,,
th, was born Feb' 1,, i
Mosley has been

.Irs.He the E.Is former C.the Dykes grandson Maxine and We Believe That The Bradford Chapter Should Be Self SupportingLET'S

*s was called to Hazel-
hursday of last week
[death of his brother.

a.Lake three The Geneva deceased children several, with was -- RAISE OUR FULL QUOTA THIS YEAR --

frs. T. M. FInley and i ii
artha Sue, and Mr. i
Novotney were a- i
attending the OES
per in Starke last Frl-
I ,
I. Gentry and daugh- .
R .
[ spent Sunday at Sil- ..
{[Mrs. William Wagner

rated anniversary their flfty-sec-Tuesday DENMARK FURNITURE CO. Starke COCA-COLA Bottling Company
*ne. Wagner here. four They grand-have SLADE GAS COMPANY, INC.

|Both d four Mr.great and grand-Mrs. C. H. NASWORTHY-Genera! Supplies

!*Jacksonville rs. T. M. Finley with spent herw J. R. Kite, OwnerCARPENTER'S SETZER'S SUPER STORES Starke Dry Cleaners & Laundry w '

and slater Mr. and
Hamrick and family. DRUG STORE & Market
Lawson's Cold Storage
<'as Ion birthday Mrs. Hamricker anniver- WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE '

t'th' her friends here'
[ling' several weeks Your Hot Point Dealer FARM, HOME & AUTO SUPPLY
e. In Tampa and tak- '
Inc. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT. CO. Seaboard Ry. Watch Inspectorto
Member F. D. I. C. Member Fla. NatT. Group
g: out the Land ReformJapaD..e .
government e
more than 4,500.000
nd from former land
(resale to the Japanese

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Regional MeetingOf I President General, Other Officers Attend WMS Circles Will Junior Club Maps WSCS Circle NoticeThe -

PTA To Be HeldIn District Two UDC Meeting Here Monday Meet Next TuesdayThe Red Cross Drive In circles of the Metin(

St. AugustineThe circles of the Baptist W. M. Residential AreaA WSCS will meet Monday af
noon, March 6, for
I S. will hold their regular meetings their rag
: Aik Junior Woman's Club meetingwas and social
of ,
spring regional meeting .t next Tuesday afternoon March meetii t
Region Four of the P. T. A t 7, at 3 o'clock. held Wednesday evening at Circle One will meet at the t
the home of Mrs. H. H. Adams, of Mrs. Olin White,
will be held In St. Augus- n The Lorena Epperson circle will Sr.. nn l
8, the Bennett president, to plan the Red Cross Street at 3 o'clock
tine, March at with
Office meet at the home of Mrs ;
Residence June Caldwell Hotel. Registration: will begin at r aw' drive for residential area collec- Olive Ray as co-hostess
Raymond on South St. Mrs, B. T.
Ph. State Farm 45: Editor Phone 29 9:30 a.m. and the meeting) will art s Thomas Is circle leader. tions. All members of the club Circle Two will meet at u'.h,

.. ._. 4 be over at 3 pm. with luncheon will participate and today (Fri- of Mrs. W. E. Middleton ."II s
e from 12:30: to 1:30: for which the The Daisy Fowler circle will day) was designated as the day Walnut Street at 3 o'clock
meet at the home of Mrs. J. H. Du- .
Starke Musicale PTA Supper Benefits price will be fl.13, Including tax for canvassing' Starke homes. Circle Three will meet uith '
with Mrs. Pate
Pre Gassett. co-
and tip. A good representationfrom Mrs. Adams appointed the fol- James Cooper on NorUiv,
Cafeteria Fountain hofjtesi.< Mrs. Frazier Shaw is
Will Meet FridayThe Bradford County Is expect / lowing division chairmen: Mrs. Street at 3:30: o'clock.
circle leader.
regular meeting of the The Bradford High School Parent ed. The Ida Darby circle will meet J. R. Wainwright and Mrs Roy
Starke Musicale will be held tonight -Teachers Association sponsored National representatives at the at the home of Mrs. Freeman Ward for northwest Starke; Mrs. Weiner Roast

(Friday) at 8 o'clock building.In the a supper In the new high meeting F. Shank will of Include Indianapolis Mrs. Robert, Ind.I Register, Sr., with Mrs. Free. A. N. Holliday and :Mrs. S. O. At McGee HomeMr.

Methodist recreation school cafeteria Thursday evening. Fl&rlda state president, Mrs. Edith man Register Jr., as co-hostess. Denmark for southeast Starke;
beautiful hM been Mrs. Ward .la circle leader. and Mrs. Walker
A program of last week. The purpose of McBride Cameron, will be pres Roy Mrs. T C. Hazen and Miss Lucille M,
arranged, and Dr A. A. Beecher, 'he Doris Knight circle will meet entertained about thirty of '
this event was to raise funds for cols State board members who live Mitchell for southwest Starke
head of the division of music at the a water fountain In the cafeteria,,, in this region will also be on the In the church Tuesday evening, at ; friends and neighbors with
of Florida will be pres- and Mrs. W. C. Powell and Miss weiner roast at their ,
University and the total amount cleared I program I including Mrs. C. A. 7:30: with Mrs. J. A. Griffin, circle horn p
ent at this meeting. was $125. Sallas, fifth vice-president of the leader. Freddie Wimberly fcr northeast of Starke city limits on "!high,

Mrs. H. B. Peyton will sing two The members wish to thank;: Florida Congress of Parents and The Business Women's circle I Starke. Misses Evelyn and Lillian 301 Thursday evening of last <'
elections and Mrs. J. W. Kauf I Teachers. Pictured above at luncheon In the '!Methodist Recreation Building will act The party was held In 'he\ .
to will meet In the church at 7:30: Stump as executive
who cooperated
man will render several selectionsas everyone .I I are the more than 100 delegate.attending the District UDC meetIng clous yard, and the center
make the event possible! and especially These regional meetings are o'clock with Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, j'(board for this drive In residentialareas. of
violin solos. '' tlvlty was the large
In Starke
Installed[conventions In miniature and Monday.
Ed. Shu who are circle leader. .
All members are urged to at- I' r where the welnera were lOU,
designed primarily to
tend and everyone Interested in I the water fountain and furnishedall i bring to The W. T. Weeks' Chapter Mrs.O. and splendid reports of the work
the members the same Inspiration
music is invited.Christian materials needed. I Information and fellowship L. Beasley president was hostess being done by each chapter were -
they to the annual District Two meetIng given.
would get at the tate convention.A .
Eastern Star NoticeA of the United of
Church Daughters Mrs. Kincaid presented a very
program has been planned lth
the Confederacy in the auditoriumof entertaining Mrs. Ed-
Board To MeetThe meeting of the officers of around the theme "Train Up a ,the Starke Woman's. Club last ward Charbonneau program., accompaniedby 11
the Order of the Eeatern Star Child In the Way He Should Go. Monday morning. For this occa- Mrs. L. A. Canova pianist, sang o
regular monthly board will be held In the Masonic Hall It i Is a blue ribbon requirementthat sion the auditorium was beauti- "Beautiful Dreamer" by Stephen

meeting of the First Christian tonight (Friday) at 8 o'clock. All three from each local association fully decorated in red and white Foster, and 'The Lullaby of the
Church will be held at the church officers are urged to be present. attend. and a hundred or more members Leaves". Dennis Richards rendered r
Tuesday night, March 7, at 7:30: The regular meeting of the O. All those wishing, to attend this and visitors were present.As aeveral selections with his accor
o'clock the Rev. Homer Swlndall, E. S..WI1I, be held In the hall on meeting may do so. If transportation each guest entered the auditorium dion. Mrs. KIncaid then presentedMrs. .t AT A8 P/
pi flsteri announced this week. Monday evening March 6, at Is desired get In touch she was presented a program Alberta Richards in a skit, ,
He urges all members to be pre 8 o'clock. All members are asked with Mrs. T. B. Harding, pres- by Jean Mundy and Lu Green "Old Black Joe," after which Mrs.
sent. I to attend. ident.. f who wore dainty pink dresses Richards presented several of her 111. / Harvest time is here-and your A&P has a
Fashioned on the lines of the "six dancing students in a "black face" wide variety of country-fresh crops. Come
..:::::-::-.== .----=---' =-==- --=--=::=-=-=- Miss Barbara Keen ties." The honor guests were presented skit "I've Been Working On the pick your favorite fresh fruits and vege-

beautiful corsages of red Railroad Those participating In tables today.
Weds John L Byrd and white carnations by the W. T. this were Ivan Covington, Steve JANE PARKER'FRESH ...
Specials at STUMP'S -
Weeks' Chapter. Harden, Don McClane, Billy Moore,
Canadian Extra: Fancy Red DeliciousAPPLES .
The meeting was presided over Dennis Miller, Broward Strick- HOTCROSSBUNS .
by Mrs. T. K. Ransom director of land, Dennis Richards, Don Strick- 21b. -29c

District Two. The honor guests of land, and Burge Searing. -. -- .- .......
SHEETS I the day were President General Following the program the FreshCARROTS.2bii.13c
I Mrs W. A. Haggard of :Miami, chairman appointed the followingto
81x99" SIZE199E "r 4yrl 2nd Vice-President General Mrs the resolution committee: Mrs.
R. J: Abbott of Baton Rouge, La., J. L. Sanders. Mrs. Russell Frlnk

three honorary presidents President and Mrs. Grady Matthews. Duringthe PKG. 25c -- .. -- -
?. of the Florida Division Mrs. business period Mra. L. A. OF 10 Fresh iceberg 60'sLETTUCE .
George F. Walz of Miami, several Davis, as a member of the advisory
division officers, chairmen of special council of the State Park Board, _. ----- 2 heads 19c
committees, and ex-presidents. told something t>i the plans for --
The invocation was given by the Olustee Park and made the motion Jane Parker In Cartons or Bulk ,,2 ctns. or
Rev. J. R. Hill, pastor of the that the U. D. C. sponsor the erection Jelly DoNuts, pkg. 8 - 19c
Starke Methodist Church. With of a granite marker to be TOMATOES,2Jb.29c1

SPECIAL! SPECIAL! Mrs. J. W. KIncaid as accompanist, placed there In the near future in _. .
-- '
"Old Folks at Home" was sung memory of General Joseph E. Jane ParkerSugared --+-1-

CANNON JACQUARD k:2: : after which the pledge of alle- Finnegan, general In command of DoNuts, 1 doz.: .. 19c Factory PackPOTATOES ,
giance to the flag and the saluteto the battle of Olu tee. 10 lb. bag. 29c

the Confederate flag were led An Inspiring: address on the accomplishments ----- -
TOWELS Bed Spreads by Mrs. Ransom. of the past year Jan Parker Fresh -
The address of welcome was and the for
objectives the new :
given by Mrs. Beasley to which year was given by Division President I Plain DoNuts 1 doz. lScJane

25c & 49c 3.95 PIA'S Mrs. Nelma Keen announces Mrs R. W. Freyachmidt gave a Mrs. Walz. Mrs.W.* A -- -- Green _B E AN S, 2 lb. 29c

TAX: the: marriage of her daughter, moat gracious response. Haggard, president general, extended Parker --- -.- .-
Barbara Grace, to John L. Byrd Mrs. L. A. Davis Introduced the greetings and spoke brief Angle Food Ring 29c Parked Fresh.,"' Dally
SK2, USN, son of Mr. 'and Mrs. division president Mrs. George F. ly' on promoting General Stone- ,-,._
Byrd of Lansing, Term. Walz. who in turn presented the wall Jackson for the Hall of Fame. -r-- -- --- COLE SLAW, 8 oz. Cello bag 15c

president general. Mrs W. A., Mrs R. J Abbott stressed .
CURTAINSCRIM ( ; i The ceremony took place at the the "Brown 'N'S..rve"nolls - -
j.p Riverside Park Methodist ChurchIn Haggard; the 2nd vice-president educational :work of the organization. pkg. 12 - 15c :Mixed Packed Fresh Daily
general, Mrs. R. J. Abbott the division '
Jacksonville on Friday, Feb. 3, officers, : Green Salad, 8 oz. Cello bag 19c"SiiperRijglif
ex-presldenta of the Luncheon was served In the
with the Rev. Claude M.
U (fill officiating.At Haynes division, and chairmen of division Methodist Recreation Hall after
'I committees. which an executive board meeting OUR OWN
: the present time Mr. and Seven chapters were represented was held. .
Mrs, Byrd are residing In Green
Cove Springs! ._ '
25cPER I ??--s; Powell-Sargent Mrs. Scott Honored TEA BAGCOMBINATION Meat'

'I ., f f fr WCTU Meets With "'I AtBirthday: DinnerA OfferYour :

Mrs. A. W. AndersonThe "SUPER.RIGUT" Centercut
lovely dinner Beef
party was given ALP I III offering for a limitedtime

a local chapter of the W T. last Wednesday evening by Mr. a real. tea value consisting of

YARD I J. C. U. met at the home of Mra. A. and birthday Mrs. J. T.of Quigley Mrs. W. honoringthe A. ScottIn / 1 box of 18 and 1 box of 48 Our Own Chuck ROAST; lb. - 59c
W. Sr., last afternoon -
Friday Tf'a'Bags banded together for only .
i the
dining room of Park-of-the -

CRETONNE yd. 39c & 49clSTUMP'S | Mrs. Anderson at 3 o'rlock.had charge of Palms table near Keystone Heights.The 45c. Get your today. "SUPER-RIGHT" Well Trimmed Beef!
was centered with a
the devotionals for the afternoon. OWN
colorful statuette of Martha and 64 TOUR 45c
Mra. Jenny Thornquest vice George Washington holding a BAGS Sirloin STEAK lb.89c

president of the chapter, presided small American flag Place cards
DEPARTMENT STOREPh. over a short bualnens meet- were tiny baskets filled with salt- .
Ing in absence of the president. ed nuts. JACK SPRAT or CORN'KINGSliced
Our Own 1-2 lb. 45c
During the social hour that r. At the close of the meal, a quiz -

100 (',or. Call & Thompnon Sill. HmrUe, Fla. followed the business session Mrs. + and contest were conducted con. ..-.-.-..- .--- BACON lb. -39c
Anderson served delicious I corning the life of Washington.The ,

_. freshments to the members present party repaired to the large Our Own, 1 Ib 87c
----. ---- -------._.
------- ---------- auditorium
where pictures of out- .. FLA. or GA. Gr. A Dressed & Drawn
door'' life at CampoftheWoodsand -- -- --- --- -

Speculator, N. Y.j: life among Our Own, 1-4 lb. 23c
CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'S CARPENTER'SShopper's ,\ the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico; FRYERS lb. 53c

and the forming of a symphonywere ,
Mr. and Mrs. Charley J. Powell, shown by Bill Stahl ,
for the
Special ANN PAGE
ESOTERICA of Stark announce the engagement SMOKED HOCKLESS VG.
pleasure of the guest. 4-6 lb. A

Baked Frankfurters Beans, CREAM_ to Wayne their and daughter Bryan approaching,Sargent Elizabeth marriageof son Ann of, -- -- qt. Salad 39c Dressing- pt. -.- 23c PICNICS J I lb.T-; - 37c

!! 50
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Sargent of T--- .
1t Drown Bread with _a cup of 1 1.50 PLUS Keystone Heights I --'-- --' -' -
Starke'a Kliient Coffee> The will be Quick
wedding event
an I Dexo, 3 lb. 67c
of next June.Woman's. TARKE FL-: '
b 4 I -. -- SHRIMP,1b.----65c
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GCrMOURIZER I 150 tt 1 Club I Fri A Sat., :Mar. 3 & 4 lona Flour, 25 lb. 1.39

I. To Meet March 8th I

Lip Stick & Atomizer rite Tax I The Starke Woman's Club will Black ShadowsNarrated Nutley Oleo. 19c I II Ideal _Dog Food 2 for 25c I
I .. ,
hold Its regular meeting next ._ _______ _.. _.. I -- .- -.--..--- I

I Wednesday afternoon March 8. by ANDTaming Jeff Corey lona Tomatoes No. 2 lOc Gerber Baby Food 9c :
CANASTA TURN TRAY 1.00 at 3:30: o'rlock In the club build- _.
ing. -- -- --- -----
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11 I Mrs. R. A. Green, chairman of of West WHITE HOUSE Woodburys Soap *3 for 2lcJergens I i
CONGRESS DOUBLES citizenship! will have charge of Milk
Iea'eour Films With !the' program. With Bill Elliott Al.n Short & ------ ---

a CANASTA C A R D S 1 1.98 Us To Be Developed. Hostesses will be Mrs. W. B. Serial 3 Tall Cans 33c + Soap 3 for . 27c

21 HOUR! SERVICE! :Mundy, Mr. Barbara Brazealle, Sun., :Mon., T....... :Mar. 5-7
Mrs. E. B. 6 Baby Cans 33c
t Searing Mrs. L. A.
Canova Mr. Bab-O Cleanser '. lie
M. B. Herlong. Bride for
Sale -- - ---
PRESCRIPTION SERVICE is I W. L. Cooper, Mrs. W. H. Mr.1::1 LIIIHYS VIENNA ------.---'..-.--- ,
Mrs. Tom Grady, Mrs. Gilbert Claudette Colbert, Kobt. Young '
( ALWAYS quick dependable and I Newromb, Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy & George lirent.Alto Sausage 18c Lux Soap Flakes 25c ;

courteous. and Mrs. R. A, Weeks. New L Short I .. --- . --- .-.- .- ..
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Bring us your next prescriptionand IJHIIYS POTTED Swan
Floating 12c
Ued. Thiii-H. Soap
Bingo EnjoyedAt Mar. 8 L 8 -. i
Meat .
DOfBK: FEATURE 14c -- -
SEE Our Tourist ---- I
compounded. policy is ClubA --

of ---- -. ------ Lux Toilet Soap ."T lOc I
alicays dispense quality drugs at minimum bingo party was e'ljoyed by King the Turf. LIBBYS BEEF: --. -

r members of the Starke Tourist I Stew I
Adolph l : 39c Lifebuoy
Menjou. Dolore Soap 3 for 29c
prices Club and their guests at the American -
I Legion Hall last Friday evening -ANDAPPOINTMENT_ -
February 24. at 7:30: o'clock '

for the benefit of the club. PAAS EGG DYE

CARPENTER'S Aftractlve prizes were given
tallowing the games delicious refreshments WITH MURDER \ &
The Store Where You See Your Prescription Filled were served. I John Calvert Catherine Craig \tv.ehy e\
Bridge canasta and other ..m..1 i Also Snort" Subject 3 for 25c

will be enjoyed at the next meet-
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F MAR.3-1950: '


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Mr. and Mrs T. K MoClane Jr. Guests! of Mr. and Mrs R. .J.I Mrs. Kite HostessTo Miss Durden WedsW. I an heirloom lace cloth was cantered Newark You are'N."required, .to appear era

nd family have moved Into the Davis last weekend were their with a tiered cake encircledwith April 3rd. 1160. ln'the above named
Ladies S. DreadenIn Court and ......., wherein plaintiff
Hoppe home on Klngtley Lake. son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and AuxiliaryThe an arrangement of white ....k. divorce Bradford Count

Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gainesville Mrs. 1.. R Smith Jr.. of Lumpkln. Southside Church flowers and greenery Telegraph Khali .lrhllu.: : this.. OrderIn
Ladles' Auxiliary of the next four .
arrived Wednesday for a visit with Presiding over the punch bowls Witness my hand and otflelalseal ,

Mr. and Mrs. Q J. McGrlff and Ga.Mra, Fred Guy of Gainesville First Presbyterian Church was Miss Martha Lounell Durden. were Mrs G L. Ingram and Mrs. at Starve. Horlda, this Fakruary .

l I TNT NHS Mr and Mrs R. A. Green.Mr. spent Tuesday here visiting her her entertained home by Mrs.West J.Call R. Kite Street at daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle R R. Gordy. Miss Feg.'y Pearson OFFICIAL S4th. ID60 REAL) A. J. Thomas.

and Mrs H. A. Durden of parents, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. on Durden of the State Farm became kept the bride's book. Ao Clerk of said Cou,&.

.. .. Jacksonville Beach were visiting: Adklns. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. the bride of David Presley Later, In the evening Mr. and fly Haven Crosby D. C.If .

, and Mrs. Harley, I Mrs. Lola Moore returned to her relatives here Sunday. Mr Durdenla Mrs. Carrie Adams returnedto Mrs K. G. Duncan had chargeof Dresden. son of the late Mr and I| Mrs. Dreaden left on a wedding I I II i iI O drown,, Starke, Fla 1-1 4t *-*.
Mr for Pit
""I, now playing In the Shriner In Jacksonville Sun the devotional which consisted Mrs W S. Dresden of Jacksonville Ally
weekend were ,. secretarial duties at RHS I her Jijme I trip to New Orleana. The bride ,

,g ,IBM Bearg of New YMr, after being confined to her Monday home Band and will attend the national day after spending several days of meditation song and prayer. ', Saturday afternoon Feb I traveled In a navy garbagdine I _.' :" .. .. ..'...... '. :J. I

loP convention In California soon her and daughter-in- The business session was presidedover 25. at 4 30 o'clock in the South-
and Mra. Wallace' I a week with an attack of flu I visiting son : suit with navy and white accessories j
,i, 1\11 Bobby Edwards of Daytona I Among those from Starke who law, Dr and Mra. H. H. Adams. by Mra B. C. Holtzendorf aide Baptist Church of Jacksonville Her corsage' was white

nt Miami Charley E, I Beach Is visiting his grandmother attended the Azalea Festival In She was accompanied by Mrs. iresldent "Thank you" notes were orchids. On their return they HOWARD'Sfall \

"iStot and Mrs. Mrs. Mae Edwards Palatka last Sunday were Judge Adama and her children, John read from Mrs. May Dickens of Dr. J. J. Hurt pastor officiatedat twill reside at H2J LeBaron Ave.
Jr., aunt,
Mra W B. Mundy. and ).Mrs E. K. Perryman and Mr. Sanford Mrs. J. L. of
I nd Mlsa Elaine Edwards, and Jane and Mrs. M. B. Herlong. Simmons the double ring ceremony [ South Jacksonville Florida.
set weekend\ In Miami. I I Mrs Maxie Carter Dr. and Mrs M. B. Herlong Orlando Mrs. T N. Kendrick and
had the, A reunion The church waa decorated with Mr. Dreadrn la personnel! manager II !
the weekend they was enjoyed Mrs. O. L. Kelly arrived Tues- spent Tuesday In Jacksonville Mrs. O E. Stansbury The treasur oV R G-Ii
at the home standards of white gladioli and the Atlantic and Pacific )
Winchell of Mr
Walter and Mrs. El- day from West Palm Beach er's Mrs. !
I and
meeting I for a visiting friends and shopping.Mra. report was given Tea Company. Jacksonville.
bert Edwards calla Illlles backgroundof 1Q
In against a
HaZpn of Booker, Mr. andC I Daytona Beach several weeks' visit here with Mr. P. M Barefoot and Miss Kite reported that collection plate CSC I .

Jr., and Mrs, last Sunday. Those attending were and Mrs, J. R. Kite. Sarah Barefoot spent Saturday orders were.. In the hands of Inter palms,, Flanking the alter were

Hazen. Mrs MAe Edwarda and Miss Elaine Guests of Mr. and Mrs. U A. national Silver Plate Company and lighted white tapers In branched .
children. Martha I afternoon In Jacksonville shopping NOI'llr': OK INTr-NIION. 'I'o
hitch and Edwards of Starke Mr. and Mrs Davis last weekend and through and visiting friends. would soon be recieved for the candelabra.A I 1t.IoI"'I'I.:1t: : 0'11"I'1'rltrle' M MHNolKit

nd Jimmy spent Sunday! R. L. Prescott of Tennessee, Mrs. ,Tuesday were Mrs W A Haggard Miss Sue Biggs spent last week church Request! was made for program of nuptial music was I ; Is.{|,heielty under, given'the pntxlslmia hunt the I

Ir,. end Mrs. Dan Hazen al t; W. K. Wilder and daughter, Bobble president-general of the end In St Augustine visiting Col. sympathy cards to be sent to Mrs rendered by R. R. McNelght, \ 20111,1. laws of Klitl: 'Ida. I

ractive new honr.e on Trout t; of Orlando and W. B. Dowling United Daughters of the Confeder and Mrs Owen Griffin Ella F. BtiHsey, who Is In St. organist and Mrs Allan Pearce lu".I..n.,the I. will l'Ircu 1 register' with, In and the

Jacksonville. e of Ralford.AITTIOX acy; Mrs R. J. Abbott of Baton Guests of Mr. and Mra. R. A. Luke's Hospital In Jacksonville. soloist ;. .I/y.l.lj., I.: the I I II fall on lid for reliable drag

Rouge La, 2nd vice president: Colson last Sunday were Mr. and Two flower containers were William M Dreaden. served as I riilltlmia M."utaurl"nuine" c.'i of,.. Htarke u".I..rObl'h Iliilteiy I II

Mrs H. H Trice of Miami, Mrs. Mrs G B. Colon of Brooker. ed to the church by Mrs best man for. his brother and ushers ant engaged I and doing. business. on and health need at worthwhile

C D. Walker of Winter Park: and Miss Gainesville Peyton. donat.\\ included Asher C. Smith and \VashlnKI .Avenue, ai I usa from .
Ona Demorest of I I the It. H u>pi .. In Mlarkv, HradfonlI'olintv atlngo.< Mr pride ouneUe era
Mrs George F. Walz of Miami. spent last weekend here "Tackling Disorder in the Jack C. Hallenbeck all of Jack- Mm'Ida. that the said liusl. I

Everette McKinney of the Railroad visiting! her grandparents Mr. A." was the program topic which sonvlle. ness fnlliiwlnic, |i. itwned Interested and. .opersieI pemonItussell ;: by the \ the scrupulous exactness) wUrkguru

& Public 'Utilities Commission was divided Into three Mrs K llHlune, Hlarke, FlH
:and Mra R. F. Demorest parts The bride, given In marriage by .1.I 1 41 ,.14 :into eterjr single pre.cripNon -
of Daytona Beach, was the Mrs. W. G. Halle returned to Holtzendorf gave an Informal discussion Her brother Runnel. R Gordy of PI

RDAY, MARCH 4th Tues. & Wed, MAR. 7 & 8 I guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs her home here last Wednesdayafter on "What It Really Means Martel, Tenn, had as her matrort I." .'IIIf" .'r oilrr, nntitpointMaltha "e fill.
A. E. To tail "'1" FI.tuNllr/t. Ix I" ''''.
l BLE FEATURE -- MCKinney last weekend spending several weeks In Be Treated With DIJlnlty'and: of honor her slater Mrs GeorgeP. (''''It\.

Mrs E. A. McKinney spent last Miami with her son W G. Halle Worth" Mra W. A. Stern told i Lewis. Bridesmaid -vna :Miss I ....'.a".n. T* I a I n t Itt va, PHONE 79
JANE WYMAN Sunday visiting her brother. R E. of "One Great Hour of Sharing." Ijiurl Her. ranen, J..t..I..t, Oiiaa
I Mary Murphy and Miss Eve Pate Nu 7T70 Temple Atenue Stark, Sta.I .
Hazen In Brooker I Recent guests of Mr and Mra Mrs Kite read "Agaln-Brother-! niece of the. bride was junior IHDER OP' pt'ru.trATinv

DENNIS MORGAN Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and W. G. Haile were Mrs. Haile'sbrother hood," stressing unity with one bridesmaid I'ITAT' AND I NOTK'W OK" KIXIHIDA TO APPEAR to' \MUrlllerianen

A. Z. Adklns Jr returned to Father. whose la
and slsterlnlawMr. reMldentf :
1 The I \ The matron of honor chime( Nilegreen I
lady I Starke last week after spending and Mrs. J. O. Curtis and Daughter The next meeting of the Auxiliary -
several days In New Orleans La. will be held at the home of taffeta fashioned with anrUieshotildor
:Joyce, of Atlanta, Ga.CAROLYN .
Takes A Sailor While there they attended Mardi .I Mrs. F. F. Stump on Walnut St. bertha, basque
and voluminous ,
Crag for two days. During the social hour the hostess skirt The

'alAt 'a9ti' .utlovWtl_ Mr and Mrs Vernon Silcox and served delicious refreshments bridesmaid and junior bridesmaid

tWGMUII.: BoI.JllLw IOo son David. Miss Freddie Wlm- to the members and their guest! selected gowns fashioned like the

-_ ......911 berly, and Mlas Barbara Cameronwere n Mrs. B. !M. Montgomery, of Griffin. matron of honor In gold taffeta. It
$ guests of Mr and Mrs G. G GaWOW. the attendants carried bouquets
Plus Latent >ew" & "Mr.Groundling of cerise
W. Roberts and family In Lawtey yellow throated
I Taken thelr Sunday. I tulips, edged! with gold ribbons ? .

Short Mrs W. H. Nollman attended a MeetingA with matching flowers for their

-ANDr Thurs. & Fri.. MAK. 9 & 10 luncheon last Friday given by special meeting! of members of I hair. [tcieed; I (ill PrescriptionWHIN
Jr. The bride
1 your
On the Loose Mrs Walter V. Rogers at her Woodmen Of the World Camp 138. was gowned In n !

home on St. Johns Ave In Jack. Starke has been called for Fri.I Rolanda basque bouffant bridal

_ Hardy Brian j sonville. The luncheon was In honor day evening March 10, In the gown of Imported Chantilly lace.
." Cartoon of Mrs Dawkins. 1 The bodice was fashioned of lace
Hot Airce Crosby Sure la l a good thing I write WOW hall to complete unfinished
I Mr and Mrs N. D. I with tiny covered buttons In back.
sterol vs. Under- Wainwright. business carried
Agents WALTER PIDGEON this column or else It might not over from last
:: Serial Jr, and Mrs. A. F. Sauls spent get In the paper this week 'cause meeting! All members are uged'; The satin skirt terminated in a I
several days last week In Deland to attend. court train Her flnger-tlp vel! M i+)
ETHEL BARRYMORE my throat la BO sore from sing
6 and Eustlce. Mrs. Sauls the Illusion fell from a heart
& Ion.. MAR. 5 & was ing "Rag Mop" that I can hardly. shaped I.
guest of her aunt Mrs Evelena halo and she carried a bouquet ol
PETER LAWFORD 1 Lockhart. talk. Boy do I love that song! fanelll Friday night? Hear Owen Illlles-of-the-valley, centered with

Inside And speaking of alnglng.don't gave Vernle a mighty pretty picture white orchids
JANET LEIGH JNC I Mrs. W H Nollman spent Sunday -
Fiat Storylof : forget the Gay Nineties I%e- of herself for his birthday.
4 and Monday In Savannah Ga.. Mrs. Durden mother .>.f the I
I vue to be put on by the BHS Congratulations, Vernie, not only
ANGELA LANSBURY visiting her brother-in-law and bride., wore an afternoon dreg it..l '
Glee Club March 3Int. Theresure because of birthday but for
M r< Ulster, Dr. and Mrs C. W. Denny. your of navy with matching (
MGM'sfE9 be plenty of It that night having such a sweet girl friendas arces-
BAHAVVCK ss Mrs M. C. Ford Jr.. and daughter -, sorles. A pink phaloenopsli
well another week lias
Well Gwen too. Gave someone my \
Linda 'Suzanne, returned to orchid formed her .1
1 Y
passed and BHS Is still going! photo one time, hearit stared corsage >
their home In Sumpter S. C., l
rt8f.1"ED1W1oBE strong with gossip! Vourse away the rats and all the other Immediately following the ceremony -
last Tuesday after spending! several
= what can you expect with so household pests I'm really Mr and Mrs Durdi-n entertained
weeks here visiting! relativesThey ,
Ep many cute gala and boys around? helpful In my own way I guess with a reception In the
S' g1D t : were accompanied by MraFord's j Now don't get conceited young social hall of the church I
mother, Mrs W. D. Faxon
IiN WcA r things I might just be kidding Hear Jimmy Godwin would Floral decorations consisted' ol
and Donna r I '
daughter, Dee who white
.a LOUIS CAIHERN yon know '. make a good Spanish professor gladlola with greenery, I
returned here .
I1 'FR yr".aeeec FRANCIS L SULLN'" I yesterday.Mr What all this about Patsy and really hail the students on The bride's table overlaid with
and Mrs. W. H. Thomson.Jr ,
| Carl? What do you think of the the ball Monday when he was
and children of Montlcello -
teat World News & "A Balmy Swaml" artixui I matter, Wanda? Seems to me I've watching the class fur Mr. Gib-. 'I
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.
unny Shire Again" Car"Laa Vega.* Frontier Town" F Stump last -weekend ,i been .seeing Barbara Hunch In the lion Now I would have been glad\, PIIOXE 218

Short The eyes of Jerry Lawson, lately to take over If someone bad asked '
Starke friends' and
acquaintances many of James A. Davis, i I Wonder It Sylvia Alvarez: being me 'course my knowledgeof COLONIALFLORIST e..rn, ..- 1

balk In town will change things Spanish probably would have,
former BHS student will be glad
any? What about these two loves been over the student's. heads,
he to
to know that has returned
ery Branch of his home In MldJletnjrg.. much of Helena rd be satisfied with then ton I hear there aren't many

Improved after spending four lone myself 'cause It looks as If boys In the class guess It

I'm never going to be satisfied would have been out of line b Alled.w. pkarmadsfi
INSURANCEC. months In Paragould. Ark., for my yen Mao a I"1CI1lIon. !. HI !. *
I Oh, well, the mm never shineson after all How'd you like the

his rheumatic health fever He was He a la victim the ion of :. the same aide of the fence all I performance of the small fry In FLOWERS 'I I .... .... tat ef the w H'Ti mourns for MM *..**..

of Sgt. and Mrs. J. M. Davis, and the Geraldine time Brown sure. would j I I Mrs., Norman's. Seem. 4th they grade were on Tuesday an- I FOR ALL OCCASIONSDISH ? .fcgro. fl(.iris. which wo tUtlhjHy _peUIl..... ".! ,..
Mrs. Davis was with during
WALL AGENCY s his stay In Arkansas. appreciate It If the person that Imaginary trip to Mexico and so" w.dW. ......... lea momond people.. .have helped lo | thor.sr peer

took her cheerleader skirt would of course, could n't be two placesat '
Mrs A V. Long of GameavITIe return It. She's pretty mad a- the name time so when time'j .lId purify *. dregs that (isle frees ." .*. the lob* *. M
last Mondav here visiting
I'LEASE PHONE 146 bout It, too. Can't I blame be-1 (j) '
say came to eat their lunch they .
her mother Mrs. S. E. ... .
Brownlee, her much. Sure wouldn't like It ling In Mexico Just had their (las combined by ..r' hormcKbti. to ..o rty? III yow .
Constant Service Over 50 YearsLASSIFIED- and Mr, and Mrs H. l. Brownlee.Mr .
1f took skirt .
and Mrs Bob Johnson of someone my one young lady put It) ghosts go !' I

Gary Ind.. were Jl'UpRtslaat weekend (Wouldn't I I look pretty chasing to the cafeteria and vat for them. GARDENS

of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Saden- around after you young things Sure wouldn't have enjoyedmy POTTERY Two HKiSTE; EI) DRUGGISTS on DUTY all tine

water. wearing a barrel You know lunch so much If I had of

John D Anderson returned to this old brown one I have on Is known there wan thirty or forty POTTED PLANTS

I' Wednesday i the only one t posaeaa .. real live ghosts In the room with
Augustine morp-
several Whets thla mysterious trip me Understand. one of the FLOWERS WIREDANYWHERE
after days I
Ing spending Koch Store
Joan and Helen took ? Bet It ladles told her Drug
singer Sewing .>>..,hln.., SALE LARCH. I'4)4)PM ) here visitIng' his parents, Mr. and' young part'nla.when
I Terms are available In Household gads Itii> ldiag; Mrs. A. W. \nderson Sr. !i didn't pertain to school Sure asked what she enjoyed Nona St Stark.

f'ttlun. only through BInee tMmhinii dlshea tools, ,etcMra picture. trunks H, P., furniture Walkers, Guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. J.i:I wish I could get awajr for awhlle. most one her trip to Mexico, waa

.,. Lake City Co,, P.402*. N.Phone Var> home, Junction highways til AII : Sadenwater last weelcvwereMr.. .!I. haven't been on a trip In a the bull fights my, my, what Is PHONE 5.1: STARKE PLA.

>rite or visit cue hop. Our Hampton Sip J-l and Mrs Richard Thurston of coon's age Don't ask .me this old world coming to .

I hum* *Krrvlr upon reque.L cars will deli tl H 1111(1. REP IIREIt I Gary Ind., and Mrs. Bobble Gar-!: how long that Is 'eauoa I don't Why are certain boys namely:

All M..... -. 411. Hoaels.R .... ... ., 1 know. Haven't ever had much to Jack Eave Clayton Stricklandand
.enM>...*I. ........ ar .t. 1tn rlgus of Fort Lauderdale Fla. ,
|.. c..... Bar. F..asal..l le.' "'. "nrriiK.HCnart Jnnlan of 1 I do with coons, that la chasing Jack Wainwright so mad at
ow*. 'equipment prlin, Quick Large_.eI rvlc_... A M.
till ..,.l-Rr" .>p...ll_ Da y YOURTIMIIER: : for week's stay In Starke visiting time chasing the male population thing to do with breaking In the
set ale .llo"ch Rd. tf.NT NOW Mr and Mra H. O. Peyttm. and so! far ) av4
Clean desirable cloee.shed Paid While here they will occupy the By the way hope Mr. Gibson's Boards I
alio unfurnished) Highest, Cash Prices :I Marilyn C. and Orals M. sure cold I I..* better. Everyone seemsto
Nanworthy cottage!!: on KlngnleyLake' ( tfouftc&Dirr
Ji nt>;. Al'.o rnttace. Colonial I : here they I would make a cute couple; don't be having those things lately, L
:'it" W :Madlnun U After their stay
WILL BUY IN BULK will Continue south to visit other): you think? Saw them having I Including me. Sure hope! It goes i Kiitiber-tlp !<'," Th- Buy 1-).' ThPVeekt

I. ant ......... .,..ter .fc.ll. OR IN UNIT of Interest In Florida for, quite a conversation In the hall away In a hurry 'cau e I need \ Our
V point ralc4uutrrs were mi pMrwvlbefore
1 spina Lvwm drive war ". .I.B the other day. NoW I think I II i my voice to yell for Bradford In I
cure Sweet shop, a month. I'I )
M fctarke. ttp224MU.k. |: EDWIN W. PECK Linda Sue Halle of Jackson ,I Van Johnson and yours" truly! the tournament Sure hope I that we .h'lah..1 a new Hhlpment -

; March I' Mod. a-rm Or John W. TurnerP. ville and Miami was the guest of I would make a cute couple myself. bring success with my dlschorded l<> offer thin sire. |r

'Is'I food heat- Wonder what he would think vocal cords I -'if
: nnite rpace O. Box 463 her grandparents Mr. and Mrs.W. I Hal' ."aln! t-"S :
yard Adulta or couple.rtant n Fla. last weekend. r f Bet everyone la sure worn out Guess this, about winds up this J:
+, B of Gainesville G. Haile. I
,. take ldi''e- .::'J'r : alkg. Mrs J. M Hembree' and Mrs. ''with all these six weeks tests! week's spasm. Here's that thought l
Mrs C. C. Wynnu 'I I we've been having l lately. Would'' for today, things and Iouote I
I several young
Send me a post card and James Cooper spent days alwayal I Marked Down for This Sale > 95.Loop I
be myself 'course I'm always remember to

N' -fnl. .a..... apt Also will come see you: last week in Wewahitchka sister, Mrs. C.V.Fla",. 'I worn nut anyway .. Seems the|, "Count that day lost whose low
'll 1 Furnished 2a2 N. visiting their 2-PIECE \
'' "' E B Klnney. Ztp 3-3 BCRn11r." '' Is'. 'C.I> NlDIn1. Norton and mother, 'Mrs. J. F. I FFA boys took tirade out to give! descending. sun sees no worthy "
"anI.Phuui0GRPll. e, I "
FHA Thursday action done.
the girls a party
PONT,HI!:". 1..1 Williams On their return last SOFA BED SUIT 1
J"OIC .ALiE CHARLES c. SHr-PHcKD: Tuesday they were accompaniedby I night. Didn't quite make it but See you soon,
Court .A Madison Bt.., Htark hear It was really the stuff with Carolyn, Jr.
..H. ; their mother who will spend
hat .I. II .. |'in Hr.4fwn) ('..';.,.. ...r skin Full RBVT' Large comfortable 2" several weeks here j t square dancing and the whole Regular 119.50! Value

Milk kllehea.. ..1.1.I. ..- hedrm furn apt To Inspect apple tf ,Mr and Mrs P. S. Hutto and/ work. Jackie was really on

..>< inniZTO, .kall.w mmmt 203 W. Madison for key. Mrs Betty Hughes! of SavAnnah.'Oa. I the shelf next day. Eater bad a lULl11950: 1'Itl'Fl

all. ..... P.yC'lar. AZALEAS"' genuine. Indian. Pormosn :' last week here visiting! wonderful time Nadine ldn't get RmyiJ
"'1..1... ..(.,!,.. :2tp a-.. deep lavender. well rowted, tobII .. spent L. S. Hutto and Mr home 'till ever so late and Wan,I Rugsreg.
( 60 per cl< 8 In- Mr. and Mrs i
Chl..t'rJI fur da really pleased with the I
rhea hundred or 25 and Mrs H. E. Tucker. : was
CNT, J-rm. garage apt $2. ('am..lr... Belvedere A. liaonrdenn whole thing All in all the I 3.50
Mra J. L. Hlmmons 214 .* Nursery Mr.. Pauline Mr and Mrs M. C. Wells spent i rugs 2.25
full.' call morningor Karle ('0111.. owner, In Jacksonville Beach Future Farmers were wonderful I .Rlete .
u.IuIp Sunday
'- ''P 16'. Earlton, Flu. I planksIt l visiting Mr Wells' brother-in-law hosts | a sst/1s aV. .e.C 1AdlM /

R! ins. of crowded eondl- and sister : My little! bird l (who by the ways I 3-PIECE; 4.50

\ )Ire Full.. ,'. sewingrodm FOR .HI.R OR TKAPK: I have a of Mr. and Mrs. .U S Is In good health again) told m",, reg. ruga 2.95
uteri for sale Guests ]
on East fall Street Detroit Jewel gas range
'*.L mni. Store. W.I or will trade for cow or rain.l Hutto last weekend were Mr. anti Idell Landrum was home this' BEDROOM SUIT
f '' "r... maklna/ plain I..-Champion, Broad Centersip. Hutto and children and weekend sure waa good to hear A__rte.l Color* Rubherlied. Bane
T F.
tpes clip covers. I"P" Mrs.
2tp 2-" Mrs Mabel Calyer all of Jacksonville 'cau e she's pretty much of a I Regular 129.50 Value
FOR mr.E, Hampshire red. laying' I stranger these day. Wonder If Limited Number.Rxrellent .
7 wood ....at.rM. 1 cab. ".na Either .l.SO < 3t)r lit ; I
m.r'r Also I kerosene heatJ O A. II is... RI. 2. soxor f" (lun Guests. of Mrs. W. S. Johns and i i its all studying that keeps her

J. M...Mitchell J02 lip,V.Iark. east at Farmers Vlkr>, Htarke I liP. Miss Dorothy Johns last Sunday i' over at the U. of F. so much? H\I.E 99.50 ..RI(..KKotmd : "f for

were Mrs, Sue Young and daughter Snre wouldn't be In my case I'll ", IVdrooiu & Bat it.

'I 1 JH-yr-old milk cow, FOR HAtK-' : &-'10. house; with bath Linda Suzan. of Lake Butler. I! tell! the world Mlrnir-Heavy Po. ter-l>r.'p
with 2nd calf In few nice Interior finished "''"r" 4arre .
.gallon cow,, ISO W. R. land. 2 enl. from *>l.rk.. Mr and Mrs. Bryan Lynn i Don't tell me the days of chivalry Feint "anllyDenmark HUY NOW!
ml. N. of I-awtey on Will sell. furniture too :J. Btarke. children Billy
IIPI .. P.O. Pun 24.
2'1'' $.10 Alachua were guests of Mrs. S. V. glimpsed Glenn tying Marlon'sshoe
I UU Willys 4-donr seriod Saturday. the other day and if that
with mean will Andrews !
condition. 202 N. Refined eouple
_E; B Klnn.y lip lake small child to raise a.. their Mrs. A Z. Adklna left Friday Isn't chivalry don't know whatyou'd

I .n".1a''d I I own Contact P. o. flog 813. Jacksonville where she wljl call It 'Course all the Furniture Co.PHONE
de-aer. farm 1-2 '. Bushnell. Florida "l 3.14 for
tosno ft. timber spend several day. visiting her' boys In BHS aren't that thoughtful .
1rn. henhouse, smoke- HELP WANTEDHtenoarrapher I but It's good to know one Is,
Brlggs. i iAnnnunrlng
r.ne. gap... a-navaa, must b. s-ood trplxt Bookkeep-I later, Mrs. Jack The Smart Shoppe STARKE. FLA.
I... Mr.. J. D. Chenhler Inc "p.rlen..e deelrable but not tbe arrival of China and that such things do exist! I 151

n 1eA. lip ne"e..ary. flood opportunity'ruingPh.i for Silver A Crystal.Her. Choc- Was I seeing things or war that (all & Walnut *t,,.-si"rke
1. -frm. bnngalow on- Oil auallfled Mills: party rnr.. 'Jlr okerc. '. I I'ra Pattern" at the BrloVs Mioppe. Caldwell) In the show with Stef-
QY1CI.J'. tf UalnaavllU 1702. ><.


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who I volving minors under an age to be ,Lee R. Southard Defendant. Case 77" Davis, D"Unt- c.
and the coat was ao much greater children of Branford visited Mr. munity go with Rev. Aldridge No. 77411. I a, ,
Barry Sunday af has moved to his new home on established by the legislature.Soil ORDER OF' PUBLICATION ORDER OF PI75LICATi0
other thing. and Mrs. Lloyd
about broke even on our ternoon.Mr. Crystal Lake. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lee R. STATE OF FLORIDA R
we Juat Rabbit of and water conservation Southard, whose residence is: Unknown Davis, whose tc
corn crop. Of course our beda and Mra. BOND ISSCB DISCUSSEDC. practices adapted to local conditions Is: Unknown. residence ana :;,
we'd want Jacksonville visited her mother, You are required to appear nn, You
DIARY not as straight aa of Public Instruction are required to
are Bowles i .
B. Supt.
: Howard last weekend.Mr. and needs were carried out March Uth, 1860 In the above named March II. 1950, In the abu r. "
them but then we can't remem- Mr. H. H. Clay County opoke to on approximately 2,900,000 United Court ad'O';. ", wherein plain.tiff Court and cause, wherein. ',,
Bradford and Mrs. Kermitl SHies aeeka Bradford County aseka ?
buyer at the divorce. Bradford S"
Sam McOarvey ber the corn at the regular
By : of Alachua, visited a large group States farms under the 1949 Agri- Telegraph shall pul''sh' this Ordei Telegraph shall publish 'hi.C.?'
County Market asking a single son Larry, meeting of the PTA Tuesday cultural Conservation Program. In next four weekly Issues. In next four weekly Isiui. 0'1
will be glayd to receive I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. and official Heal]I
Tbe Miner grower If his corn was' raised her parents I. 21. Mr. Bowles who :was Witness my hand Witness my hand and r',
1 & I Items of Interest concernIng on straight rowi! : Hodges last weekend.Mr. Feb.Introduced by Mrs. Robert Spencer iv, rincriT COVRT. BRADFORD at' Btarke, Florida, this 8th of FebOF'FICIAL at I. 1950.Starke. Florida, thi V'I':t,

w.I IVP the activities of farmer la S S S I I and Mrs. E. W. Hodges visIted received the scope of I the (..COUNTY..'RY. FLORIDA IV CHAN- ( ;A.BEAD! Clerk of A. said J. Thomas Court.I (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A Tk
As Clerk ,
I.N \i Bradford County. SuggtwUons' When we bought this place last : Mr. and Mra. Joe Green of Minimum Foundation ProgramAct NInaO.Young, Plaintiff vs. James By Haven Crosby, I>. C. By Haven Crosby D. of c ,di c'
be left at the Telegraph. office or Sunday. K Young Defendant. Case No. John J. Henderson, .. 4122 Colonial T. Frank Landrum Stark
small Lake Butler
year we Inherited a patch of 1947. His talk was arranged "" Jacksonville,, PI
Ave. Lakeshore
Atty. for
T malted to Sun McOarvey Lawt.y.Flortda. ot potatoes which had been planted Mra. Grover Moore and son. through the cooperation of "ORDER OF Pt'RLIC'ATION I Il. .ij( JI.V
AND NOTICE TO APPKAR Xtydfor! -10 4t .3IV
Plf. *
I on January 20th, and for Buford. of Starke, visited Mr. and School Board member Mel Sar STATE OF FLORIDA to James C.R..tIT, FLORIUAt COURT. H UI.'

n- : which we got a good price. This Mrs, N. C. Mott Sunday. gent and the PTA for the purpose R. Young. whose residence la: Unknown. !, : rlRCl'IT COI'RT. BRADFORD' .].I lCKRY. \ tai

Took BOW ard four pretty pigs depositing It on the roots. Don't year we planted twice as large a Reed Lewis of Starke visited of discussing the proposed bond You are required to appear on (('ItRY.OIVTY' FLOR1DAI IV: Leonarda ZdsiipiaW Dlusnlewskl 1'iuiflieWskl.Pu ',?,,

market at Gainesville recently know what kind of a crop we'llget patch at about the same date, hi. parents Mr. and Mra. Emery issue to cover capital outlay In March 27th into. In the above named -: Maude Luella Jones Wheeler. Plaintiff .,, Case No. 7789. l"f."i,

to new and dlaappolnted but as we're planting three, and we haven't got a stand of the Lewis, last weekend. the Clay County Schools. Muchof Court seeks and divorce cause, custody,, wherein and plaintiff control --: dant., vs Case Bruce No' T.7T4 Wheeler.. Defen ", AND ORDER NOTICE OP 'PU TO Lr 'rlO

waa very times the amount of beans we doggone things yet. First the Mr and Mrs. Jack Simmons and the evening was given over to of minor child, Pradford :, ORDER OF PUBLICATION: STATE OF FLORIDA I'PEAR to
at the price they brought-only did last we're hoping to get MontlocJie and County Telegraph. shall publish thisOrrter AND NOTICE TO APPEAR law whosi : U
year then Marshall Mott of PresidentMrs. ,
drought held them back discussion led by PTA In next four weekly Issues. STATE' OF FLORIDA to: Bruce, and .Dlu.nl.wakl' "ii
141.51. However, the pens were three time the yield (and at a when' they atarted to come up. Mr: and Mra. Herahell Layfield Harry Morgan of seeming Witness my hand and official seal T. Wheeler whose residence la: Un.' Josefow ;..Kom.i'"in> li,,

loaded that'day with aowa :with price better than the low of $1.13 the freeze knocked them back. and children of Gainesville visIted Inequities in the proposed distribution at 281 th.Stark.1560.OFFICIAL., Florida, this F.bru..r"1 known.You are required to ppear on March You are ct.o. the to inn,,'

pigs, and that undoubtedly had we got last year). Well, maybe we'll get a crop yet. Mr. and Mra. N. C. Mott Sun- of the proceeds of the bond ( SEAL' ) A, J. March U. 1950 In the. above named. Court 1 lIO...., wherein abou,ii]1.,..,
e e e As Clerk of said Court. Court and cauae, wherein plaintiff "
seeks divorce.
We knew S S C Bradford ,
something to do with it. issue, Interest rates method of '. Bradford County '
day.Mr. By Haven C-osby l> ( seeks divorce. : Telegraph publish
that this ia the wrong time of the The freeze didn't hurt us at all Orchard Is growing pretty well and Mra. Edward Shatters retirement and the provision under E. K. Ferryman Slarke, Florida I Telegraph shall publish: this OrderIn In next .hal Issuei thli 0'(
to market but with of our fellow which and Mia. Mary Thomas of Jack. Atty. for Plf. &-U 4t 8-17 next four weekly Issues. Witness hand and
year to take pigs compared many except for the citrus treea the 1947 law whereby further I Witness my hand and official seal Starke my, sllorlda thi-, f-ii
what else can you do with them Bradford County growers who have lost almost all their leaves, sonville visited Mr. and Mrs. T. S. capital improvement could be obtained IV CIRCriT OOl-RT. BRADFORD at Starke Florida, this 9th of February ary 18at 1950.OFF'ICIAL "

now? Anawer: get the BOWS had large plantings of beans* and which do not look good. But Mann Sunday afternoon. as. when, and If needed. rOI'fK.nY.TY. F..OR.O'I IN CHAN I (OFFICIAL 1950. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ( As SEAL Clerk) of A' Tho-|, ,

producing when prlcea are beat. corn etc, It knocked our small the peach and plum trees are Paul Faulkner of Starke ,and Supt. Bowles pointed out that the Viola McKlnsle Klmore. Plaintiff A. Clerk of said Court. By Haven Crosby, D. C. Mild wanted to get rid of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas vs. Jose Klmore, defendant. Case By Haven Crosby D. C. T Frank T.sndrum Stark pt
a' out and the peach
Anyhow we trawlxjn-y patch for loop sending leaves bond Issue would be retired by No. 7T67. John J. Henderson. Esq. 4S22 Colonial Atty. for Pit. '
the sow as ahe had only four pigs, froze our tomatoes which were trees even have a few blossoms and children of La Croase visited proceeds from itate aid funds. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Ave., Lakeshore Jacksonville: ____ 2.10 4t ,

and you cant make any money In our protected ((1) greenhouseand on them. Mr. and Mrs. Emery Lewis Sat- I Further that the funds received AND NOTI('E TO APPEAR Atty Flnrlda.! for Plf. t-It ft 3-' IV" rOIJVTY.CIRCUIT COURT. Hllrni
that way. We're down to two. now knocked: down the potatoes CSAlice urday afternoon. from the state are based upon more, whose residence I.: Charlea- CER V. 1 lq.Flamlnlo

-Mrs. Arbuckle and the gilt Hen which were Just starting to come set out about 90 tomato Mr. and Mra J. R.'Mott visited per-capita enrollment. The Minimum to, South Carolina 230 Bprlnff Notice Is hereby NOTICJIIJ srlven that the un.derslsned Irlde Plaintiff vstine cK

rietta. Going to wait until thegilt up. We .didn't realize' that It plants (Rutgers Improved) In the her mother Mrs. Brook Ferryman Foundation" program law Street.,You said are city required and state.to Is ensased In business Defendant.Oluappln.. No.Comorettc 7740 I ir,

la eight months old before we was aa cold as It was because kitchen garden. Just as they always of Gainesville, last weekend.Mr. was designed to provide aid needed March S7th 1950. In the above appear named on-.' Jersey under tfictitious:Dairy In Bradford name' of County Htarlce, ORDER OF PUBLICATION
bred. do for tomato and Mra. John Shaw and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I and Intends to register the APPEAR
have her coming from up north originally, ui, plants he said to provide adequate seeks dlvoroet Bradford County Florida, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Cf'
S where we've experienced cold as flop over when newly transplantedand son, Leland of La Croase, visited facilities when ever Increased enrollment .I Pf'.U'.h: ; publish: this OrderIn 'I of said the fictitious Clerk of name the Circuit In the Court Office: whose tlna Olueapplna residence and Comoretto (.

Heard a good one about one of low as 33 degrees below zero, play dead for a few days and Mr. and Mrs. T. 8. Mann Sunday warrant them. next weekly.ls.ue.. Bradford County Florida.W. bl*nacco In Campo addr.. 1.11'it"
Harold Eunice. know afternoon Witness my hand and official seal II. Newsome, Owner You are required tdln.
then the next .
our neighbors, and thought nothing of a mere thing you
Marshal Tracy Baker. Jr., reported at Stark. Florida, this lard of February J-10 4t $.a .B'erke, Fla. March 11, In the above .
Seems that while waiting one 2ft above. But the cold snap depleted they're growing. Hope so, as I Mr. and Mra. G. B. Colson vla that unifoT....,. raincoatsand 1550.OFFICIAL. Court and 160.... wherein. pin ntl,>

early morning for hla ride to take our firewood supply, and there's nothing else quite so goodas Ited Mr. and Mrs. Resale Colson of have arrived for the ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, NOTICE! OF TAX ArrLICATlOV DKKD FOR, seeks divorce. Bradford CM,
badges As Clerk of said Court. shall publish
him to work over at Blanding, we had to get out and get some a nice red ripe tomato, sprinkled Starke Sunday afternoon.Mr. Patrol. Funds needed By Haven. Crosby D. C. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Telegraph next four weekly Issues t thli
Harold left his lunch on the road- more in the woodlot. with a little salt. and Mrs. W. E. Price of School Boy John 3. Henderson. Eaq, flU Colonial J. R. Walnwrls-bt. the. holder of said the Witness my hand and offiol.uat '
ha. filed
aide for Just a few minutes Next S S S C C S Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. R. H. for this equipment were suppliedby Avenue, Jacksonville Fla. certificates following certificates for a tax deed to be Starke, Florida this FebruiijOFFICIAL

thing he knew some tramp had Last summer when Pop was Asked Leon Conner how he Faulkner last week. the Keystone Heights Rotary Atty. for Fit. 1-14 4t S-1T issued thereon. The certificate Numbers -. ( SEAL) A. J TSp
Examinations will be held and Years of Issuance, the description
skipped off with the lunch and up north they had a drought was going to lick the corn bud We are proud to report that T. Club. captatns and IV CIRCt'IT ('0('RT. BRADFoRD of the propel ty and the By Haven Crosby A. Clerk D.'of C. said Coi,

Harold was left with a very red ;which lasted about 53 days.' worm this year and Leon replied B. Edwards la at the home of Z. to select two' two COUNTY.' FLORIUAl IV CHANCider names In which It was assessed are T. Frank Landrum take, F:.

face. When he. came down here in'I that he .wasn't. Truth is, guess W. Hamilton recuperating after lieutenants from among the boys. Marion Hemmerla flood Plaintiff i I Certificate aa follows: No. 94: Year of Issu Atly. for Plf. i-\4"ur I

S SS November he brought a real dry none of us will ever lick the pest, several day Illness in Alachua Marshal Baker has been appoint. vs. Nelson J. GOod Defendant. Case ance. June 1, A. D. 18.. .. CIRCUIT COURT BRtOPM

Bought a Cole planter and had spell with him. All near as we I and we'll be hard put to just try County Hospital.We ed as deputy sheriff to John Hall of I No. ORDER 77(4. OF PUBLICATION I Description WH of SKV4 of Property of SE'" :* 8EH of COUNTY.CERY. FLORIDA IV tHAi,

it rigged up to work on the tractor. can figure it out It lasted for to control it. are sorry that Mrs. L. A. and has been assigned the duty : AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I I I SE'4 of SE'4. Section 4, Township Kathryn Ollmartln Plaintif
fertilizer hop- S CS Brown hasj been confined to 'bed conducting a campaign to eliminate STATE OF FLORIDA to: Nelson 7 South Range 23 East containIng James A. Qllmartln. .
Had large 3 months but at C
an very nearly :J. Good whose residence 10 Acres more or leas. No. 77H.
per made for It which will hold long last the "gentle rain from Had a very enjoyable visit by for several daya. We wish her a speeding along the highwayused dress. Is: s Chester Street and Lancaster ad.-I Name In which Assessed: Dr. E.- M ORDER OF PUBLICATION

about 120 lb. of fertilizer. When Heaven" fell on our parched earth Mr. and Mra. Granvllle Starke of speedy recovery.Mr. by school children going and You, Pennsylvania.are requires( to Webster.Certificate. No. 110; Year. of Issuance STATE AND NOTICE... FLORIDA TO APPEAR to' Jut

putting out fertilizer preparatoryto and we never in all our lives were Smltliville, Va., who were brought and Mra. E. J. Hazen of coming from school.It March 87th. 160 In the above appear named on. June 1, A. D. 1941. A. Ollmartln whose resldenre. i

planting beans wan very pleased so thankful for a rain. Now our here by Mrs. Janlc H. Avery of Plant City vlalted Mr. and Mra. R. was reported that 17 children tiff Court seeks' and divorce.cause Bradford, wherein plain' Description Lot 17. Indian of Property Ifpach :Sections 25 New address York.. Is: en flat. Street, Brookli

with the efficiency and speed of little pasture next to the house Starke. We were busy riggingup E. Hazen Sunday.Mr. : will enter the first grade Telegraph shall publish this County Order A 38, Township a South. Range .2a. You are required to appear
and Mrs. B. F. Hazen and next In next four weekly Issues. East. March 11, 1960 In the above n...
the contraption. Especially aa la coming back to life, the fields some cultivating equipmenton I year. Witness my hand and official seal Name In which Assessed: R. A. Court and cause, wherein. plaint'
we have up to thla time put fertilizer are in good shape to plant, and the tractor and Mr.. Starke, lIOn Charles and Mr. and Mrs. I Mrs. Huntley Redfearn reported at Starke, Florida, this February Thompson. .e"k. divorce. Bradford CnurTelegraph
out by hand--a tedious and who farms In Virginia made Sanford Ritch of Gainesville visIted 'that Dr. Frank Slaughter, noted Undo 19511.OFFICIAL. All of said property being In the shall publish\ this Or*
we can. get some things goingagain up ( SEAL) A J. Thomas, County of Bradford State of Florida (In next four weekly l issues.
wasteful method. Also got a In our kitchen garden. several good suggestions. It Is Mr. and Mrs L. A. Brown author and lecturer will conducta As Clerk oi said Court. Witness my hand and official .

cultivator: frame and an assort S C S always Intqrestlrg to compare Sunday evening. .study group next fall. T.Ry Frank Haven Landrum Crosby D. C. Unless shall such be redeemed certificate according or certificates to at 1950.OFFICIAL Stark., Florida, this February

ment of shovels sweeps and discs Joy. our milk cow, la due to notes with farmers from other Steve Pukes of Stelnhatchee vla Mrs. Caldwell's room won the Atty. for Plf. Stark 1-24 Florida 4t -I7I.V law the property described In suchcertificate ( SEAL) A.:1: Thou
which we believe will solve the states methods (ted hla mother, Mr. Sally Dukes attendance contest for ____ or c.rtlfl"al. will be sold o As Clerk of said CmBy
freshen in about two months and aa aa a rule are monthly to the highest bidder at the CourtHouse Haven I>. C
problem of cultivating by tractor. we're trying to dry her up to ao absolutely different. We can Thursday.Mr. the greatest number of parenu CIRCI-IT COI-RT. BRADFORD door on the first Monday .. T. Frank .Cr..by.Landrum, Starke. lii.Atty' ,
S rOllNTY FLORIDAl IV "CHAN the month of April 1AKO, which If for I
Mrs. Harold
and Pukes and elf. -
give her' a reat. But she appar. vouch for one thing-they raise attending.Ed. CJlJRY. the 3rd day of April 1859. \t
Planted 77 beda of snap beans ently doesn't want to stop giving good peanuts up there as the Donnie Faye Dukes-were dinner Florence Naomi Batten Plaintiff Dated this 9th day of February: ,

4 1-2 center to center and- 820 milk and w* hate to cut down Starkes gave Alice some, and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Junior Coble of Huntington Ind., No.vs. William 7750. Batten Defendant. Case mo-OFFICIAL SEAL' ) A.:1. Thomas,

feet J long.: Used /850 lb! of fertilizer 67t her feed now of all times, but they were delicious. Dukes Sunday. Is In town on a business visit. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford Louis R. Dean

and about 70 lb.. of seed folks tell us that that la the way S e S ._..._ Mr. and Mra. B. W. Mott of Mrs. Eltha Kerr has returned STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: William County Florida._ 2-10 4t 8IV -'

(Tendergreen). Innoculated the to dry' her up. .. .<*..sj/vnl.. Weather warm and with some Hague visited Mr. and Mrs. S. M. from a visit in St. Cloud and is k Batten whose residence Is t Un. CIRCUIT ('0 t:RT. BRADFORD. TAX. CONSULTANT
seed before planting with Nltragln e e e moisture In the soil you can fairly Matt and Miss Mary Mott Sun here for a further visit with her Xo' lire'' required to appear. on : .,

Group D. which Is supposed to Asparagus Is coming up pretty see things starting to grow. day.T.. niece Mrs. F. M. Walrath Jr. March 20th. I960 In the above named Frank Messier. also 1 Increase the yield and build up Set kick W, Markey was In Starke on A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Court and cause wherein plaintiff mund Messier Plaintiff. vs Henri
well now although it doesn't lookas quite a out of living in seeks divorce. Bradford County etta Messier, Defendant Case No.

the soil by the process of extracting though we'll be able to cut any Florida out In the open the year business Monday afternoon. Gordon Purdy on Friday Feb. 17. ?:.el next- Pf'.u.rh: weekly publish: u.I.: Order 7137.ORDER OF PUBLICATION SERVICE

nitrogen from the air and this year. Alice let out some rhubarb round, after spending most of Cliff Kelley of Wildwood visited Wm. Morrison has Just returned Witness my hand and official seal. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

plants which she raised and our, lives up north where winterI. hla parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie roVn a business visit to New York at Stark, Florida this FebruaryOFFICIAL STATE OF FLORIDA to Henri- I' .

RelieveBronchitis we're looking forward ,to eatinga mostly a miserable season. I Kelley, last weekend and was City and vicinity. The tangy 14th.( 1960. REAL' ) A. :J. Thomas, etta Ellison Messier. Street.whose Patterson residence New Is Jer 481 Phone 229

Hew To lot of it this year. e accompanied home by his wife and weather here was welcome after As Clerk of laid Court. sey.You 145 W. Call St.
children who had been By Haven Crosby D. C. are required to appear on
visiting here. weather he found there -
e e When having lunch the other the 2-17 4t 8-10 March 13th. 1950. In the above named STARKE. FLORIDABENEFIT
Attended the first meeting of day a fellow stopped and asked I Mr. and Mra. M. F. Hazen of snow. Ice, rain and sleet.\ 'I.e Court and cause wherein plaIntiff

the Bradford County Cattleman's It we would sell him a load of Starke visited her mother, Mrs.J. Mack Andrew Kerr of Titus- ("Ol.TY.CIRCUIT FLORIDA roi-RT. BRADFORD IN CHAN- Telegraph seeks divorce.shall txihllnh Bradford this County Order

Association. Was impressed cabbage. Well, ;.we lost no time C. Cone Saturday afternoon. ville. Pa., died In the Palatka Hospital CI-RY. In next four weekly Issues.Wltnese .
Cnomuliloo relieves promptly became very Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis wentto Claude J. McC.iol. Plaintiff vs. Zella' mY hand and official seal.
with the spirit of co-operation In assuring him that we would Feb. 20. The deceased was H at Starke'
it goes right to the seat of the trouble McCool Defendant. Case No. ] Florida this February
to help loosen and expel germ laden which prevailed and the optimism sell him all he wanted at 1 centa Alachua on business Tuesday a winter resident of Keystone 7755.ORTIER OF PUBLICATION t nth.(OFFICIAL 19ISO SEAL) A. :J. Thomas

phlegm and aid aicure to soothe sad expressed over the bright future pound so up to the patch we morning. Heights. He was a retired oil AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I I As Clerk of said Court. w Sggr

steal law,'tender. 'inlamed bronchial for raining beef' cattle here i In 'went and started to load his truck driller and superintendent and STATE OP FLORIDA. to: Zella H. Bv Haven Crosby D. CWilliam .

mucous mnbfane.Tcll' yourdrugRulto ( Bradford County. We think tha with cabbage-some of It good, = was a member of St. Marie. Calif.. dress MoCool.N' : whose 111 nice residence street N.and, Little ad.1 'Clark building D. Morgan Jacksonville Fifth, Fla.Floor

Mil you a bOIlJ. of Creomuleioa whole question of success or failure some not so good. While loading Keystone Heights F. & A. M. and the Los Angeles Rock Arkansaa. Atty. for Pit. 2-10 41 l-a : '
with the undemanding you must like !! You are required to appear. on1 vstftiiViiBitBs
the way ,ii quickly allays the cough can be summed up In two his truck, he kept grumbling a- Calif., Shrine Temple. Surviving March 20 ..1950 In the ahoy. named IV: riHCI? COI'RT. BRADFORD *
words: good pastures. bout an extension ladder which Is the widow Mrs. HattieA. Court and .cause, wherein plaintiff! rOll TY, FLORIDII IN CHAVCKRV. -
,Of you are to have your money beck.CREOMULSION. seeks divorce. Bradford County I .
S e was taking up valuable apace. Kerr Keystone Heights a Telesrraph shall publish this Order Harry A. Russell Jr. plaintiff, vs. BY THIS
When cutting our lupine field Now we needed and wanted just SOU CONSERVATION IS daughter. Mrs. Lura E. Lonqulst In next four weekly Issues. I I IWitness Catherine A. Russell, Defendant
mr hand and 'Case No. 7732.ORDER GOOD NEWS
official seal
for ughsChestColdsBronchitiiWELDING under we almost ran over what such a ladder so trying' to keep CLUB TOPIC Stockton, Calif., and a sister Mrs. at Stark' Florida, this February OF PUBLICATIONAND

looked like a field rat. but on the from appearing anxious, w c George Reid local soil conservationist Nellie K. Williams of Titusville 15.OFFICIAL 1960. NOTICE TO APPEAR COMBINATION
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Cather-
next round discovered It to be suggested that we trade-cabbage assigned to the Clay Pa. A. Clerk of said Court. 'In A. Russell whose residence Is: ,

a tiny rabbit which we caughtand for the ladder. Well we arrivedat Soil Conservation District recently Forty-six members and guestsof By Haven Crosby, DC. I I Rt No. 1, Parkvllle, Missouri.
H. K. Ferryman. Starke, Florida. I You are required to appear on YOUR HOME TOWN fAfll
III took over to the house. Alice a deal the truck was loaded, addressed the Keystone Heights the Keystone Rotary Club attended Atty. for Plf. 1-174(3-10 March lath. 1950. In the above named glee, reel compMc. rfepeaeeilttocel

decided that she waa going to and off he went with our cabbage, Rotary Club which had as its guest a reception and dinner in iv riRrriT .coi'RT BRADFORD Court aeeke and divorce.cause Bradford wherein plaintiff news. Yee neeel to .. .

raise It so with an eyedropperand leaving us :with the ladder. About for the occasion a large group of honoi, ,of International President [ Cat VTY.' FLOHIIIAl IV CHAN. 'Telegraph. shall publish this County Order thee .. where-.I..

some warm milk she got itceding. the: time he was five miles or soup farmers from the adjacent area. Percy Hodgson at the GeorgeWashington I CKRY. I I IMaricaret In next four weekly Issue .
Mary Hlte. Plaintiff vs. Witness mv hand and official seal But y_ live else m ,e
Little WJggely as we've the highway! we discovered Mr. Reid explained the purposefor Hotel In Jacksonville Forrest Hits, Defendant; Ca. No. 'at Btarke Florida. this Februar) ,WORLD where lie events are .
named It la quite happy now and that: the ladder was broken and which the District ;was organized last week. As a part of Its 7768. i '8th. 1B5e.OFFICIAL. the saeklm evenN which .
doing ,well on cabbage and carrots. that we had been properly stung. the benefits which local people International Service work the AND: NOTirR TO APPEAR Clerk of said Court. meeei ussich yen. re pO
e S e However we fixed up the ladder could get from It and Its method club had as its guest John K./Mar- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Forrest By Haven Crosby D. C. |asi, you* _., yewe Ivture. FIeusstiwctlve
Hits whoSe reMdence and address 'Chas. R. Hess Attorney at Low 204- iatersreteHevs -
Although our berry patch was ,and are waiting now for the next of operation. tin; director of the Institute of is: Unknown. l I IlIIar..h {(Os Guaranty; ; Life Building' Jackson rsawets cad
We offer lbs people of Starke hit quite hard we're still pickinga Fellow to come along so we can He stressed the Importance of Inter-American affairs at the You are required to appear on' yule Fla. .f MHeneil ...tutnti i istetse-**
30. mo. In the above named Atty. for Plf. 2-10 4t 2-2 NeiMl news the re Is
few. The rain of last week trade again. conserving maintaining and Increasing University of Florida hla wife Court and cause, wherein plaintiff _____ fee THI CHRISTIAN. SCItNCI

and vicinity one of the roost helped a lot by making the fer the fertility of- the soil and three Latin-American undergraduates seeks. divorce Bradford County I.V CIRCUIT (COURT BRADFORD MON ITOR.
and of each In Telea-raph shall publish this Order rouVTY. FLORIDA! IN CHAV.CKRY. .
tiliser available and the plant using acre keeping of the University. In next four weekly Issues, I .
modern and finest equipped are sending out a new crop ofIoasoma. with Its best land use. Approxi- Witness. my hand and official seal 'Cecilia. Wranlts Korn. Plaintiff vs. terey lie bcnefiN e, eeiet
BROOKER mately 2 1-2 acres of land Reid at Stsrke, Florida, this February ;Alfred Korn Defendant. Case No. keel informed-tecelly. ..t".II.
welding shops anywhere > Anyhow more Juvenile CourtAfufndment 15. 1950. 7744. IsjtenMttoaelly -with year
than paid our costs for the patch said. Is required to produce the (OFFICIAL, SEAL A. J..Thomas ORDER OF PUBLICATION: end The ,Christian SCUMS
By Iva ate Lewi Aa Clerk 1 AND NOTICE;
food fibre and forest of said Court. TO APPEAR ..
AH Work GuaranteedSMITH'S and from now on all we take In products To Go By Haven Croshy 1:). C. .STATE OF FLORIDA to: Alfred M..lt.
will be profit. Hop. that the used per' person In our country.In T Frank Ijindrum Starke, Florida ,Korn whose residence and address
weather from now on la good as OamilellKtit! Supper view of the rate at which the On November BallotS Atty for Plf. 2-17 4t 3.19 1 Is, :You Unknown. .4 1
are required to -
GARAGEAND appear on --------- :
ota of folka around here dependon Mri. Wilson Ruas w a honored population Is increasing he said I state-wide IV TUB riHClIT COURT Of; March 1*. 19&O. In the above named
organization The CfctfcMaii IcNMMe Me.rt
'MACHINE SHOP their berrlea.e with a candlelight supper Friday the margin of safety fs becoming: have endorsed* the luvenile court (FI.ONII'IR'I.T\ IV E50'ISTH" v"ll! > FOR.IIJIiCIt.HR'I>.'. Court seeks and divorce cause and, wherein restoration plaintiff of One, Neevay M. f,aUst-, !

e S February 24, at 8:00: p.m. No Invlntlona .- smaller each year. FORIIOtVTY.., IN t-MAVlKRV.: maiden name Bradford County pe.. .
amendment to the Florida Constitution 1-
were lent ]Just members of The Clay County Soil! Conservation John Lleta, Jr., Telegraph shall publish this Ordel eoW : r The
Temple Ave. Sutrke Bedded up our sweet corn field which will be subject to Plaintiff I IV In next four weekly Issues. .'.
and leveled It off In, record time the family enJoyea the delicious District .Is a farmers organization vote by the people In November.The *. Witness mY hand and official seal Meshee- I earteie
with the tractor. Figured out supper served by Miss Geneva and Is presided over by organizations, with thousands Florence Defendant.niVORCB Humberstone. Llets e.al 1950.Btarke, Florida, this FebruaryOFFICIAL -

that It took only ten hours o tokes and Mrs. Harry Snapp. Sheriff J. P. Hall of Green Cove of members the Florida No. 7753 ( SEAL) A. :J. Thomas i-I

make up 74 beds, half of whlcl Mr. Pitt Baxter visited her Springs. It is governed by a boardof State Bar Association are, the FloridaChildren' AND ORDER NOTICE' OK 'PUBLICATION TO APPEAR By'Haven Crosby As Clerk D. of C. said Court. -

are 736 feet long and the other par. local supervisors Through it STATE' OF FLORIDA TO: A.J. ThomI'! > .7,.. H arke. Fla. -
ents Commission
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis the FlorIda Florence Humberstone. Plf. I.ddnet)
conservation service Is Lletswhose Aly. J-S
made available
half from that down to 320( a-I 4
range 'In Jacksonville last week. Probation and Parole Association residence and address Is:
to all land owners regardless Unknown.' I. r'Rr"IT __
feet progressively. Cost of fuel$2.2 ol'R' ""ADFORD
Mra. W. H. Hinton and son. Bob- of the Juvenile Court Association. You are required to file COt'NTY leMyi Iseael ItieietMT
the size of their holdings. your ap. > FI.ORlnl IV tH.SR.J'
for doing the job. We're Sv. of Waldo visited Mr. and Mrs. the State Junior Chamberof pearance on the loth' day of March t'P.HTMarjorle- '

comparing the .time and cost with Earl Green Sunday.Mr. The Conservation problem Is beIng Commerce, and the Florida Con Court A. I). and 1950.cause In the wherein. above-namsdl: Davis, Plaintiff vs. Char1 1 I

last year when we had a hired approached through an acre by of Parents and seeke. divorce, and Plaintiff
and Mra. J. E. Hardy and gress Teachers.The thereafter file
man bedding up field with a mule two acre soil conservation survey. The your Answer or other pleadtnss a.
daughters of juvenile court amendmenthas
Starke visited provided by law .
or decree
survey interprets to the farmer pro confesso
Mr. and Mr. O. W. been a long-time project of shall b. entered against His
Barry Satur you future
day. the capability of his soil and a plan the Florida State' Association. Rr.dford!! County Telesraph. shall a focus. .
of conservation practices Is worked Publish. lsmreiPrilr 'In the next four
A number of It was approved the weekly
by legislature
people attended services -
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTON out with him. A of the Witness hand
copy my and official seal.
held at Rock 0 Baptist Church plan so worked out Is given to the during Ita 1949 session subjectto at Atarke, Bradford County, Florida,
'..t weekend.Iva ratification by the electors !il I4lh day of February A. D.
farmer for Ms
permanent use. I Bl>'l.
Mae Lewis visited her aunt. the legislature to establish juven- A. :1. Thomas. Clerk
Further technical advice l I" givento said Court. .
Mrs. R. K. Dukes of Dukes the The amendment will authorizelie By Haven Crosby Iwputy Cleric tit. L A. B.i6..
Individual farmers to determine (
latter part of last week. courts In the counties and define William H l.
the best course of nm, Oalnesvllle, Fla can
Mrs. B. H. Miller of Jacksonville dure In keeping with economic proce. the procedure for handling Ati)'. for Plf. j.ij 4t ,.10RRtDFonn I I.ol a

OurBargky1J1ic.y visited Mrs. Lottie Edwards conveniences.Mr. criminal charges against children. I. .IR'T.T (-'O"RT. I profitable cv let
!ast weekend. This would remove the children ('01 "TY. Pt.ORII.1 I... (H4.'
Reid told the Rotarians that ('.:"Y.
Leslie Green visited Mr. and Mrs. he would welcome Inquiries from from present. courts In which they Ethel: Byrd. Plaintiff vs. Walter In photography
for R. K. Dukes of Dukes Sunday. are subject to sentence of Impris 'ence Pyrd. Defendant. Can No.
i anyone In the Clay County Soil 7
pays Mr.
and Mra. J. A. Parker and Conservation District either by onment. ORDER: OF PUTrLICATtOV:
son. Danny, went to Gainesville Juvenile courts have' been established AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
wliai.as stolen mall or In person. His services are STATE! (IF' FLORIDA tof Walter
on business Saturday. available for conservation data on in six counties but at Clarence Byrd, whose residence Is:
Rev. Barney Andrews held services present they deal chiefly with Unknown.

destroyed. at the Baptist Church Sun- : Individual farms without charge. juvenile delinquency and not with March You liith.are 1950.required in the to above appear named on. kin Pfc. Lawrence la A Bub. of Rus- while he learns aa do the msnr

lay In the absence of our I New Fnator AssignedThe .. criminal charges against minors. ... Court and cause, wherein plain. Arm)IIOrida.photographers U. 8. others t whom the U.B.Army

Charley)<< E. Johns Rev. Donald Martin who peator'l I Rev. Dr. J. Ralph Neale. who For Instance, an eight year old .blld..k. divor..e Bradford and County custody T.I..raph of. minor the famous first Cavalry Serving Division with for U. 8. Force have opened enJoY.Id

Jacksonville conducting a now occupies the Presbyterian child can either be brought Into SeXi1 publish thiu Ord.r In next at Camp Drake. Tokyo specialization And. he
w..kly .I..u. many other good pI T
Agency Rufua Allen and son. pulpit at Archer will assume the juvenile court as a delinquent or Witness. my hand and official aeal15th by the finest it good advantages retirement: ;
ted his Wife Mrs. Vera Allen and oastorate In Keystone Heights he can be charged with crime and at Stark.. Florida' this FebruaryOFFICIAL and instruction, he la eupment: 11v cnton.
Mrs. for oppru;
Rosle Knight of Jacksonville Community Church on April 1. jailed with adult offenders. ( PEAL A. :.1. Thomas audwork a Career In' -irow. ity for advancement. Invet&I

Sunday.Mr. Dr. and Mrs. Neale will occupy theparlonag. The amendment submitted to As Clerk of said Court.! SeId--photography. Be earns en Army or an Air Force .

PHONE and Mrs. Ned Hicks visited recently; vacated by the voters would provide for Juvenile By 2-17 Haven 41 I-U Crosby D. C.

Day 64 Night Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Hicks 'of Rev. W. a. Aldrldge who recently courts when established by I" 'RT.T -( u S ARMY AND U. S. AIR FORCE RECRUITINfi SERVICE

THI TAVtLtS. Hartford, Starke Saturday. retired after 47 yeara In the min the legislature, to have exclusive ? (" TY. FLORIDA"C".RT. BRADFORD IV CHAV. POST OFICE ?UILDING.....STARKE.FLA.
I 1 t- Mr. and Mra. C. C. Deese and istry. The good wishes of the Com jurisdiction of criminal cases In- KRV. Mn
I Alpha L. ", usthard Plaintiff vs 1_ Fridayg. 10 A.M. To Noon _

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MARCH .. 1966

St. Mark's Episcopal Laurie Ray Pastor I I Army Engineers Game And Fish Laws made Newman said 2,007 arrests were ling more than the bag limit of i

Rw. B. E. Stmm<>n.., B. D., Vicar Of throughout the state. And find and game, bunting out of
During Building Reject Proposed Violated By 19 1,868 of those arrested .were con season, and Illegal netting of fish.

Services next week at St. Mark's Lake Wales ChurchFriends Kingsley WaterwayArmy In County Last Year victed 106 acquitted and only 123 t
Episcopal Church, located on are pending. -

Q Church St., are as follows: of Rev. Ray son of Mrs.U Engineers have turned Bradford County had only 19 Fishing without a license was When man learns to understand)

Sunday, 9:45: a. m.-church C. Ray and the late Mr. Ray thumbs down on the proposed Improvement arrests for game and fish law the most prevalent single! offense and control him own behavior as

SunDAY school. Classes for all ages, nursery former residents of Starke, will be I of Santa Fe River, from violations last year, Coleman with 891 anglers caught trying well as he la learning to under
through junior high. Interested to know that the new Federal Highway 41 near High Newman director of the State to evade the two dollar fee. Hunters stand and control the behavior of
Sunday 11:00: a. m.-Morning First Methodist Church of Lake (I Springs to the Suwannee River Carrie and Fresh Water Fish Commission : were more license conscious crop plants and domestic animals
Church At The. Tabernacle and from the to said this week. with only 62 arrested for hayIng he
prayer and sermon by Mr. Mack Wales, of which he is pastor has bridge upstream{ not may be justified; in believingthat
I Futch, lay reader. been opened. Camp Blanding, and the proposal The county court convicted the them. Other frequent viola he has become civilised-Dr.
extended The I
cordial invitation Is Tuesday night Bible study for a waterway from Kingsley entire 19 of those arrested. tions Include shooting fifth, poasca- E. C. Stakman.
worship at the First at the Tabernacle will again be. Tuesday 8:00: p.m. Evening The new church coat $191.000, (
f all, to I to the St. Johns River via
tint church, Starke Sunday conducted by Harold Brooks of prayer and LitanyWednesday. and furnishings and other equip Black Creek or Doctor's Inlet, according .
11: four cervices.e Park-of-the-Palms. These studiesare .I 7:30: a. m.-Holy'' ment brought the total cost to I to an announcement by
pastor's message at eleven very Interesting and profitable -,Communion. 215000.! The main sanctuary will Senator Spoasard Holland.
tu will\ be "Signs v,. Faith" Mr. Brooks Is assisted by The church Is open dally for seat 6SO persons and the social Reporting engineer officers found

I the Uf of Christ In GaUlThr several young men of the Taber- pray and meditation. hall will accommodate 200 around I the estimated value of these projects ." '. 9 .
youth and adult nacle group. banquet tables. Among the outstanding '' ," '0'I' ," ,
combined would not justify the cost and :';" ," ; '''il 'l/i/4'/'oNt
Jill be directed by Mrs. The group attending the Sat- features I Is a closed patio; I added tHat the "former sponsor of ; .._.-

r8 ie Green withond. Mona Can- urday youth meeting were trans PINE with an outdoor pulpit. |I the waterway from Kingsley Laketo : :; ) fOOD
at the ported to the courthouse to hear LEVEL Rev. Ray has been pastor of the the St Johns have no further PRDDUTl

iunday evening at the happy the temperance lecture deliveredby Hy Mn. IL \M. McRae? church for the past five years desire or need for such an Improve.
t 7:30 the message by the Sam Morris of Texas, nation- I ment."

f. D. Haines will .be "Let' ally known radio speaker au- Keystone Requests Protests may be registered by SALE
thor The Rev. W. E. Hall filled Ws
In Starke.; a time- etc. His message this time mall
Murder to reach the Board of Engineers
for all groups of people: was very challenging to those regular appointment In the pulpitof Athletic Facilities for Rivers and Harbors, _
lowing the regularwill hour a bap-: who heard him. Pine Level Baptist Church Sunday (Q
A from Keystone Building T, Washington 25. D. C.,
strong delegation
morning. Two
take place In the Sunday morning were
service i message not later than March 9, Senator
Ltiful new baptlsty. The youth. was brought by the sponsor of added to the church roll during Heights appeared at the Holland reported. Boost Florida BUY! BUY!
the the morning service. The Rev. test meeting of the Board of
will lead the congregational Tabernacle. He used the title:
r mB of requested hymns and "Old Shoes, Old Bread. Old Cox of Palatka preached the eve- County Commissioners of Clay CONGREGATIONALMETHODIST Save Momy! and
ning service.Innner County, that
"" every
use'! and Mrs. Lois Mann willt Clothes basing his words on CBURCIIBen.ce. SAVE! SAVE!
effort be made ; to establish an
Joshua\ 8. Charles E. Qremmelles, guests of the H. M. MeRae's -
the organ. adequate athletic facility for theKeystone every tint: and third
of Morrlstown, N. J., brought the Sunday Included Mr. and .
undaY schools gather at 9:45: schools. Saturday night Sunday morning
for Bible study from the Word evening message, and special of Mrs.Jacksonville A. F. Hall, Mr.and .children Leaders elementary among the delegate Include and Sunday night, .11 a.m. and Florida is a neat fooo pro. 3 BIG SALE DAYS MARCH 2-3-4
music and
full staff Included a beautiful duet Mrs. B. .
.hod supervised by a I p.m. at Congregational Metho- ducing state its foods are
Officers and teachers with E. C. sung by W. P. Durden and Ms M. McRae and sons Penny and Don Pangborn, LindseyWalker die Church on Brownlee Road. nationally known, nationally '
Jr., as general superlntend1 daughter. Miss Carolyn Durden, Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert My- and Frank Walrath, Jr. Rev. Ernest Qrlffla, pastor. preferred-yet people in New .
n Unions meet at 6:15! of the Salvation Army Camp. rick and daughter, Kathy and The Board member listened York, Illinois, and most other
1 Training Much Interest Arley McRae. sympathetically, but reserved comment states pay more for these Florida
I. with Mrs E. C.'Priest direc- Is centered In CARD OF THANKS -oducts than do. Buy r
| for "training in church mem- the anticipated coming of Dr. :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae and "''lor Ida productsgrown you and rr;f
ahlp." William L. Pettlnglll about the son, James, attended church at We wish to thank our many Backed In your own back yard, to,
Midweek l service each Wednes- middle of March. Inquiries from Corinth Sunday and were dinner CHURCH OF GOD friends for their consoling words, and watch :your .savings grow
i at T:13: p.m. with the pastor out-of-town people who love pro guests of Mr. and Mrs T. N. I Rev. L. S. Williams, Pastor deds, and beautiful floral offerIngs rhe r-lces: are especially low
phetic teaching are already comIng Norman at Hellbronn Springs. 8th A St. Clair Sts. also to the Doctors and Nurses for this sale, aimed at ac-
(barge In Sunday School 10 a.m. of Shadycrest in the fiualntlng vovJ with the many wrw",
Inquiring as to the date of Several from here attended the, fine Florida foods available to "
ethodist Church his message basketball tournament In Lake: Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m recent bereavement of our Moth. you at such low cost) ASK AT OUR STORE FOR BIG /OUR-PAGE COLOR
Watch for the exact date. Butler Friday. Sunday Evening Service 7:30 p.mY. er. PRICE LIST ADVERTISING SCORES OF BARGAINS I IV
P. E. Service Tuesday T:30 p.m Matt M. Morgan.
(arch !3-12 Is "Week of Dedl-- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulker and
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30 p.m Mrs L. L. Johns.
Christian Church Mr. and Mrs. Lucian
on" In the Starke Methodist Conner and
Irch. Some will say., "I dcdl son Douglas, the Rev. and Mrt.
\\d my life to God years ago" Services at the Starke Christian W, E. Hall, and Mr. and Mrs H. .:
much water. has run under Church, located at the corner of M. McRae were recent visitorsof ....,.+ .w,
| bridge since then. There are Call .and Christian Streets, dur- Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Taylor In
ing the coming week will be Olustee.
areas of life that grow on
lost continually that need deal follows: We are glad to report that O
ing to God. Certainly once'a Sunday morning at 10 o'clock Owen McRae Is much Improvedand @ the
|r Is not too often to have aek Bible school directed by Clyde returned to his school In quality
of Dedication". This Colson superintendent Jacksonville this week.
eek" will Include the Sunday Sunday morning worship begins We must report that Mr and L
ices on the fifth and twelfth at 11 o'clock with the Lord's Sup- Mrs. Warren Kelly are ill at this ---4 1"t
per served at 11:15.: The mlnllter's s
a special service on Wednes- writing but we wish them a 41t '" '.'U.' '
night Mar. 8. topic will be "Scars." speedy recovery. .--....'''I .

Sunday morning at the 11 o' Sunday 6:30 evening services beginat Mr. and Mrs. Odin Crawford of 4 a.ro.you look at that amazingly low price .. "'I

ock hour the sermon subject Endeavor o'clock with Christian. Rising were visiting Mr. and .Mrs. & fag look at ford' "Fashion Car" styling k'. .
followed( by the .
be "A of the Road"sermon evangellatlc :
Religion service at 7:30: o'clock. The Owen McRae last week. more beautiful than ever. Run your finger over
subject Sunday even minister's message at this time Mrs. W. O. ftcRae and children the baked-on enamel.It's "built lo live out.
at 7:30: o'clock will be "You '
Invited." will be "Why We Are Not Camel. are visiting her parents, Mr. and door" Feel the long-lived upholstery. Look

Interesting things are happen. Ites." this Mrs. N. A. Conner, at Midway Ul where you will-you'll see Ford' quality.OOf .
in the Sunday school. Comebe Prayer meeting Is an event of

i:45.with, with pastor.pngsley You us,"us.are stated Sunday Invited the'morning to Rev.wore Jill discussion 7:30 Wednesday(Revelations.The.p'clock.will night.and be the, the beginning sixth topic chapterof at of NEW RIVERBy IJ ( )[ the quality.., : ,

Children's Hour will be Mm. E. A. Sapp : :

held as usual Friday afternoon at _
Lake Baptist :$$:30_o'clock. "
(Held over from last week.) Ride" herd on Ford's 100-honepower V-8 "
"It matters not If you're a life t.rtglne.
ervtces are held each Sunday long resident of Starke or just a Everyone Is Invited to attend Sure, Ford's' the liveliest power in Its

hilng at the Kingsley Lake tourist or visitor-we feel sure ; services at Long Bridge Church field, yet it never raise its voice. New super- E
tillt CJiurch as follows: Sun- this Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30: p. fitted "hushed" .
we can make you feel at home pistons, new liming gear, new
ol 10 s,_
am. Preaching Sets m. Bro. Fred
with us In the friendly church In Dodd the regular camshaft for quiet valve action and Ford'snew -
11 S "l
a m. and 7:00: will
pastor fill the
King each p.m. the heart of town," the Rev pulpit. '' '' sil.n l-spin' fan result 'In power that whisper f ..
Wednesday night Homer Swindall, minister, state Mr. and Mrs Bud Moody made ) ...
while it
p.m. D. C. Willis, Pastor "Come visit us and enjoy our a business trip to ,Galne.vIllo tn11I. r. "/1
INeurenberger, Sunday School Lord's day services." Thursday of last week. soaks.'d' it.

|erlntendent.us.llCRCII. Com. e worship Mr. and Mrs. Dick Carroll and i t.:

CATHOLIC CHURCH children of Jacksonville and Mr. w- .
Mass 9:10 and Mrs. Pete of
OF Sunday : a.m. Sapp Palatka
THE IATTEKDAV JESUS CHRIST Sunday School 11 a.m. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira ; ...
he SAINTS Week Day Mass 8:30: am. Merritt Sunday. it
| of Jesus Christ of
ttterday Saints will hold Sunday dayBible Miss Jonnle Francis Crews via.
iool every Sunday at 10 a.m. Study Is every Wednesday Ited Miss Sylvia Sapp In Lake
Communion at 7:45AIRPARK: Butler over the weekend. t.
Service at 8:30 ;
r. Sunday. Everybody Is wel- We welcome Mr. and Mrs Virgil ..
fie to the services In the Mason- MISSIONARY Phipps and family of Archer who'
Hall BAPTIST CHURCH have moved into .
on Call St. our commur.ity.They
Sunday School 10:00: a.m. I live near Mr. and Mrs. S. L i
11:15! s.. :
Morning Worship : a.m. Crews .
Prayer Meeting each Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Deiull Thomas

I, 7:30 pm.Earning. and grandson Mike, of Floral City
CRISP Service 7:30: p.m. visited Mrs. Truba Hodges Sunday.
TENDER 1OLLyocuclou5 -Rev. L. Q. Hemingway, Pastor. Mrs. Bud Moody and Mrs. Harold

tIi Shiver and children of Gainesville +
PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS enjoyed a pleasant visit with 1aw
) NO HULLS 18th St. and :Temple Ave. Mre. Moody1 sisters, .Mr*. Ada
POP '1 Sunday School '::49 a. m.: MornIng Hammock and Mrs. Myrtle' 'Andrews _

Oily S. Worship 11 a. m.: Evangelistic In Jacksonville last week.
Service 7:00: p. m. Everyone end. .

r11 OM welcome. I Mr and Mrs. R. S. Johns of

Lake Butler were visiting Mr.
Truba Hodges and family Monday

ALVAREZ' STORE"BELIEVING Established Men'. Clothing IS' afternoon. "'4


M.... J. L. StricklandMrs. O

IS SEEING"will Murty Austin has movedto the quality! V

the farm
formerly occupied by 'Feel Ford' easy "Finger-Tip" Steering" feel
the late Robert Taylors popularly
be the pastor's sermon subject at the evening known as the "Chicken Farm at the 33,% easier action of KJng-Size Brake ;

service 7:30 Clay Hill." It Is believed Mrs. gel the solid "feel" of Ford's 13-way" stronger"lifeguard"
Sunday :
Austin ,will convert the farm Intoa Body now "sound conditioned"for
home for aged persons. lilence. Feature after feature will how

First Baptist Church, Hampton Little Rosa Lee Padgett,..daughter you why ford's the one fine car in the low.

Bob Gray, Pastor of Eugene and Susie Padgett, price field.
became suddenly ill en route home
from service at the mission station
Bible School 10:00: a. _B.T. U. 6:30: p.m. Sunday morning. Her par.

enU thought It best to take her

-Take Your Family to Sunday SchoolRev. to the doctor, so they were unable .
to attend BTPU or church
services Sunday night.

Mrs E. Hewitt of Bratchboro,

Lewis D. Haines, Pastor Vt., spent last week with her TEST DRIVE"
parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Strick-

has of
Joe Padgett a good case
the mumps at this writing, and If will open your eyed
Jefferson & Heart Of Town
Court Streets In The Edward Padgett Is suffering froma

PHONES: Office 231 Pastorium 130 leg cut Incurred while felling
timber on the Richard Lang prop- .
SUNDAY SERMONS 11:00 A. M., 7:30 P. M.

| Sunday School 9:45 AJH. Training Unions 6:15: .P.M. erty.The highway between Starke

MIDWEEK SERVICE WEDNESDAY P. M. and Maxvllle has just received a
I nice, smooth new surface in Its
SUNDAY SERMON TOPICS 'worn spots but the repairs caused ANDREWS MOTOR CO.Madison
the Baldwin-Clay Hill school bus
11 Faith" I
a.m. "Signs Vs. to be late several times recently. .

.. 7:30 p.m. "Let's Stop Murder In Starke"A Eugene Fields to now employed
ire Jacksonville-saya he likes
Friendly Invitation From A Florida and Intend to make Ills & Adams Streets STARKE, FLA. Telephone 118I'
home in our fair state. Too be .
Friendly Church I. Extended To All finds it nice being nearer his

mother and grandparent



I MAR 3- 19 5 Q, -- :=l\


For Sale'Stars I Negress Being Held 'Bradford Stockmen 1 Three Are InjuredIn i Recent DeedsDeeds Route Frank 2, Gainesville Hillyard. 3238 Fla.,SheffieldAve. BusinessMen Will 'Let Down Their Ha-1'

Colbert, Brent For Slaying Mate I Form Association ; Auto Collision : recently recorded in the ., Oakland 2, Calif. (If Any) In Rotary Minstrel March 6th

Elect PresidentMeeting Near Hampton courthouse were: Mrs. M. Mobley, Feroandlna, ,.
To State Asylum
At Park Theatre Sent i Some of Starke's most "digni
I I Mr. and Mrs. George C. Whiteof Fla rapid fire to end men, |
of two Leon Fla., to Dora C fied" business men will black their T. K. 1C
Revolving around a business Roslee Small, awaiting trial for for the purpose Three persons were Injured County Cpl. D. Hardcnbrook. 381 0.". McClane. V R t.
faces and don and
woman's business-like efforta to the fatal stabbing of her husband 'j organizing the Bradford County(j I badly enough to be hospitalized. ,Alderman .Bittdford County.;;of, Base Dep. Co.. 60 Gen. Dep., APO ewallow- Il coats wooly next wigs Monday and Gene Matthew "I
In an auto collision at the junction SW quarter of the NE quarter Another I Irlslon
pick herself a husband "Bride for Chester, on Feb. 13, was last week I Cattleman's Association, a large of State Highways 200 and I sec. 4, twp. 7 S, range 22 E. 246 San Francisco. Calif. night for the opening of the Rotary dance highlight \11I> bo

Sale" at the Park Theatre next adjudged Insane by two local group of cattle raisers .n this I 18 near Hampton Sunday night. I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tyler of Pfc Ottts Mcldlnnev, Co. D 8 Club Minstrel one of the ( "executed"routit, t
Sunday :Monday and Tuesday co- doctors and committed to the: County got together on Friday I The accident occured when a1[Starke to W. C. DuBois of Law- '.av. Regt. (Inf.);APO 201 carePostmaster sprightliest fun-feats to appear in such high K I ?, ""
.tar* Claudette and George Colbert Brent In, a State Hospital for Jhe Insane at,I evening February 24, at 7:30: p. I '30 Ford traveling west and driven |I tey. N 1.2 of the NE quartet San Francisco, Cal'f.' Starke in many a day chorean art priests as Ton t lit

Young Chattahoochee upon order of I courthouse by Theodore Pressley of Graham and E 1-2 of the NE quarter of Mrs. J. H. McCormack 1837 Judging from the advance sale DuPre, Herb SIa4'"
with Manhattan at the county I
fun-fitted offering rn.
County Judge E. K. Ferryman. '' ran Into the side of a Packard! the NW quarter of the NW Thelma St., Jacksonville, Fla. of tickets, capacity audiences are Scruggs, Red Griff Nnnmth
locale. 'under chairmanship I i
Sheriff P. O. Reddish stated the temporary sedan going north along 200 and!quarter of sec. 33 twp. S S, range Ernest E. Brlgnall, Mokena ,expected to crowd the USO build ton. and Edward life r
Tins film presents Brent as the that: the negreas went berserk In I of County Agent T. 1\.. Mc driven by John George Nettles 62 22 E. Ill, 'ing at both performances, Mondayand M8MRe

brad fit a big accounting firm the county jail on Thursday of Cane Jr. After a brief talk by Ashley Ave., Charleston, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Knight of John B. McKay, Box 178 Black', Tuesday evenings. March 6, Lavish costumes 'eatlr.j|

who hires Miss Colbert as an Income last week and that he made arrangements -! Mr. McClane In which he outlinedthe Nettles and a companion, Ed- Bradford County to Hayvood Mountain, N. C. i7, at 8 p.m. traditional highly ,;or4

tax at expert.the But she his does satisfaction her for her $Jo be' takenIn history of the previous organization win Alexander, received treat-i Brooks of Starke. Lots 5 and 8 Leamon Norman Route 4, Box The public Is warned not to be swallowtail coats wn |eix]

is way when he discovers at the asylum Immediately as the benefits of forming ment In a Starke hospital for cuts !of block 13 of the North Reno 2497. Miami Fla. surprised at anything they' see or fesslonal atm ."hpr.. <, tho
job tempered since the Bradford a new one and the future of cat. and bruises. Mrs. Nettles had minor subdivision of the city of Starke
an emergency from hear, as the sky's the limit and It circle. The
that she took !It solely for the pur C. W: Nicholson change e.peclnlllit
Bradford County.
of finding! a prospective County jail has no padded cell tie raising injuries. Presaley was unhurt. G. W. Block of Tuscarawai Waldo to 115 S. Union St., Akron Is hoped that doctors will be In at- stage setting la being con.|
pose other provisions for takingcare It was voted to organize such an Highway Patrolman Hal P. Gil- County Ohio, to Mr. and Mrs.
with a thriving In- or 4<<, Ohio. tendance for those who fall in the by the Industrial Arts deJof
bridegroom of the violently Insane association Immediately. len preferred charges against\C. H. Smith of Uhrlchsvllle Ohio. aisles from an overdose of laughter. BHS.

come. her lesson. Brent Sheriff Reddish carted the n8- Officers elected are as follows: Pressley for running a stop sign The NE quarter of the NE CEMETERY WORKING Many local personalities (doctors The entire
To teach a per- production
:suaO Vice-President, J. R. Walnrlght; a current drivers license. 22 E. I Mr*. Jf. C. Jones of Ratford. 'in for a share of kidding from the !
: pose 'as a client, get Miss Colbert day.At Richards known
Interested In him. and then turn the time of her arrest, following Secretary T. K. McClane Jr.: Missouri Chambers of Bradf6rd I announce that a working; will beheld I minstrel end men and no one dare "Sunnle" Richards !
;, her down cold. The scheme Is the slaying, she told officers Treasurer, Doyle Conner. Directors B&PW Delegates County to Columbus Chambers of' In Sapp Onwtwry near Ral- stay away for fear of what mightbe tirement to private

fine In theory, but it doesn't workout that her husband had been are: L. J. Green, Z. W. District Meet Bradford County. The S W ford on Tuesday, March 7. Interested said about him If he Isn't. thereto years ago. life
as expected. The complications drinking and started beating her Hamilton and Titus Olson. Of- Attend quarter of the SE quarter of the persons are requested to protect himself.

get hilarious as both men when she returned home from ficers and directors were electedto At Macclenny NW quarter of sec. B, twp. 7 S, attend, bringing tools Songs will range.; trom'the ridiculous -
picking strawberries. In the en- serve out the calendar year range 22 E.
themselves for the
find battling ("The Old Sow Song") to
is that be held the from the Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McKLnney NO STEAMINGIn
lady's!: attention. suing scuffle it alleged Meetings are to A large delegation the sublime ("Lonesome Road") W.C.T.
she seized a butcher knife and last Friday of every month at Starke Business and Professional of Starke, to' Mr. and Mrs. Merle very cold weather glass will and will Include an unprecedented

.:. plunged It into his chest to the 7:30: p. m. In the courthouse.All Woman's Club attended the third Packham of Starke. SW quarter not steam over when It comes In boogle-vocal rendition of "Saint' HK IS A WISE FATHQJ

Legion Auxiliary hilt. The end of the blade pen- i those: Interested In joining or annual meeting of District Four of of' the NE quarter of sec 34, contact with warm or hot air If Louis Blues" by a' dark-skinned qua HIS SON'S SAJKt,!

+ To Meet Friday etrated his heart. ,supporting the organization are the Florida Federation of BPW twp. 7 S, range 22 E. It Is rubbed over on both sides "mystery woman"-bet can't I i STAINS FROM ALL AH
; you
: The negresa will not stand trial Invited to attend. Eligible for Clubs In Macclenny on Sunday, Deeds: recently recorded" in' the with wet soap. Do not wash the guess :who she lal! ANCES OF EVIL"

.special meeting of the American until 4 such time as she may be membership are all cattle owners Feb. 19.With. court house were: soap off bit polish It with tissue (FLORIDA GOOD NETVil,.
I Legion Auxiliary, Post No. released from the asylum. who own cattle In Bradford the local president Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Mllllgan of paper until It Is sparkling clear. Lea Shepherd will give his usual I RUARY USO.)

SO. will be held tonight (Friday) Bertha DeSue, another County and who pay the necessary Pauline Torode went Misses Della Jacksonville to W. A. Bessent of This process Is particularly' good suave performance as Inter

at 8 o'clock! : at the Legion hall. All. arrested on a charge negreasrecently of dues. Rosenberg Pat Lambe, Carnlta Starke. LoU 7, 8 and 9 of block for"-windshields. L,. O.' locuter feeding straight lines 'In I 1 I

members are urged to attend. stabbing her husband Luke, was The next meeting is to be de- Hutto and Madge Mlddleton. and 2 In highway addition to Starke. |FOR OFFICE SCHOOL OR HOM
Area President Mrs. C. S.' Rlt-
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lee of Jacksonville -
routine business of Mesdames Marion Howe Mildred
later released under $300 bond voted to the
tick of Gainesville, and Mrs. T. to Mr. and Mrs. E. D.,
and later ri-arrested and placed adopting a constitution and bylaws Doyle. Desta Dyal. Mildred Sapp SPECIAL FRIDAY SATURDAY AND MONDAY ONL
8. Wright district president, of Hobbs of Jacksonville Lot 10 ,
of dues and Helen Malone.
bond after she establishing the rate
until $::500 / '
Inverness, will attend to help plan a peace items at subse of block 'E o f Mount Pleasant This Certificate Is'Worth $4.31
continued to threaten her spouse and other but The Starke Club was awarded ,
district conference of the Legion
Sub-division on Silver Lake.
and Auxiliary, which ,will be Sheriff Reddish said. quent meetings there will be a a lovely potted plant for having Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott of Thin certificate and 69c entitle* the bearer to one of our f*

bald In Starke on April 2. The annual The DeSue _oman has posted program with qualified speakerson tile largest percentage of members I Brooker to Mr. and Mrs. Henry 69c Genuine Indestructible fS.OO VACUUM FILLER BACKLESS \ \,

election of officers will beheld i both bonds, the Sheriff said, and relevant topics. Program Com- resent at the last district meet 1 Hodge of Brooker.. North half of FOUNTAIN PENS. Visible Ink Supply. You SEE the Ink. AJ J\\
of Leon Conner,
mittee consists
Beach last November.
In Atlantic
at this special meeting. II. again at liberty. S lifetime with each
and Nelson I lots 1 and 2 of block 8 In Ward guaranty ppn.
M 1 T. K. McClane, Jr., The club news service chairman,
I City sec. 8, twp. 7 S, range 20 E.
Green.A Mrs Desta Dyal was given a THE PEN WITH A LIFETIME GUARANTEE
Mr. and Mrs. Mallory Thomas, --
those who met to form Chinese figurine as second prize
You Much! list of
Thank Very Jr.' of Bradford County to Florence
tie Association follows: C. Letsch, winner In a news story contest ,
A. Hill of
Lawtey. Lot 8 of
The many phone calls and Emory Brown, Dan W. Starling, which was recently conducted.
1 block 27, In Temple's addition to
letters offering support In my F. S. Sapp. L. J. Green Adam The district chairman Mrs. Au- Starke., .

i campaign have been most gratifying. Green, F. J. Shaw, L. ,L. Dyal lean Martin or Jacksonville presided Morgan Securities of, THE NEW PLUNGER FILLER-VACUUM TTPE-ZIP--ONLY ONE FULL AND IT'S Fl
The enthusiastic help indicated A. R. McRae. M. F. Wiggins N. over the meeting. The Union County, N.>,J. to Mr. and This) pen hold 200 per cent more Ink than any ordinary fountain pen on the market Ion

i\ by your response to my J. Green, D. E. Knight, J. P. Wy- speakers' table was centered with ,Mrs. Ted DeWItt of Jacksonville. write for three months on one filling! No repair bills. No pressure bar. Every pen lit te.te4 i

announcement will contribute rick L. D. Greer., N.0.'' Hayes an arrangement of gladioli and i Lot 13 unit .3 of Indian Beach In guaranteed to be unbreakable for life. Get yours NOW! This certificate good only while aditrl
t. N. C. Hayes Jr.. Lex Green Joe statlce and lovely camellias were lug sale In on.
the of 1 Bradford
to success my County.
greatly' Griffls. Z. W. Hamilton. Joe Orlffls at each plate. Low floral arrangements
for which I am grate- Mr. and-'Mr.. Alvie Rose of Wlnn, "Thin I. A Honey For School"
race, very
Sr.. Geo. Kopelousos, J. M. were placed on the side
ful. Edwards, Jr., J. R. Walnwrlght. tables with growing begonias andpolnsetttas .Mich., to W. H. Smith pf Starke. LIMIT ThU P
." Track of land In the SE cor. of Ute 3 .IVnn toCertificate KOCH'S DRUG STORE Will b
Sincerely, Leon Conner, Doyle Conner. about the room and
atop the piano. An open fireplacewith NE quarter of sec 34, twp. 6 S, F.t>ch $5.00After

a cheerful fire warmed the 1 range 22 E. STARKE. FLORIDA gale I
: Rally At RJE School large room of the ,woman's club Bertha Green of Starke to Mrs. r .
-c. Manervla! Holmes of Starke. NE
Next WednesdayA building In Macclenny; where the .
group met. cor. of the NW quarter of the SE .

rally sponsored by the Advisory I Other sneakers Included state 'quarter of sec. 32, twp. 6 S, range
Candidate Congress
(Paid l 1',1111..1. Adv) Committee of the RJE HighS president, Mrs. Frances Thurman 22 E.Mr.

<:hool will be held at the Bethel of Daytona Beach; state treasurer and Mrs. W. O. Birt of

Baptist Church on Wednesday, Miss Florence Smith of Jackson Hampton to Mr. and Mrs. W H. OWNEDCTARLINGC, STAR

March 8. at 7:30: p.m. At this ville; state third vice-preeldent, Hicks of Brunswick Ga. SE i I

time financial reports from Mrs Cecile N. Harrison of Sari quarter of the NW quarter of sec FLORID

1 schools, churches and other sota; and Jacksonville club members 31, twp. 7 S, range 22 E. G. & Market-?

organizations will be received Mrs. Beulah Wise Mrs. Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Mongof ry )
SAMHO Who was dat The Advisory Committee is composed er and Miss Emma Love Beckett Anne Arundel County Md., .

lady I seed you wid las' as follows: Joe Morris, who gave a program on Inter to Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Jones of
Chairman; A. O. Jenkins Vice national relations.A Starke. NE cor. of the W 1-2 of SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK ENDING MARCH 4TII, 1950.
night 1nONES block 1 South of 2
Chairman; W, W. Parker, Secre- musical program was pre- range West.
Hat wuzn't no tary; Henry Bryant Treasurer; sented bv Mrs. Faye Milton and :Temples subdivision in the NW WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITY Cor. Call & Cherry Streets

Saul Hankerson, Chaplain.All Mrs. Thurman answered manyquestions quarter of the NE quarter of sec
lady dat wuz Doc Coy 21, twp. 6 S. range 22 E.
citizens of Bradford Countyare about the coming state
ington dressed: up for de >>d .\........ Invited .to attend. convention to be held In Daytona Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bes ent. Jr.
i, Beach of Starke to Mr. and Mrs. C. K. I
In May. Skits
fan dance numbuh. were presented -
by the St. Augustine and Hayes of Starke. The SE cor. of '
i Sgt. W. E. JohnsonOff Fernandlna clubs and lovely door the SE quarter of the SW quarterof 6

To CaribbeanM. prizes were given the holders of sec-. 27, twp. 6 S, range 22 E. FLOUR SELF2 LB. 16

lucky numbers. Mrs. Lorena Rich-
ROTARY CLUB MINSTRELMONDAY Sgt Walter E. Johnson has ey, state parliamentarian read a ADDRESSESOF ,. BAG

received amphibious training at copy of Rules of Procedure for

TUESDAY MARCH 6.7 the Naval Amphibious Base, District Four of the Federation INTERESTThe
Little Creek Va. ,In
preparationfor which she prepared with the
USO BUILDING STARKE 8:00 P.M. Operation Portrex, joint alr- eratlon of Mrs. Martin. Guests coop. following new renewal and
sea-ground maneuver to be held nl were present from the change of addresses received by

Adm.: Adults 75c -:- Children 35c the Caribbean Sea in early March. Springs and Gainesville clubs.High.* the friends Telegraph will be of Interestto UNDY NO. 2 CAN Colored QuartersChurngold

(Tax Included) Sgt. Johnson la the son of Mrs: Mrs. Bessie Ellington presidentof :
Russell Judd, Box 97, Belle
SKITS'Bett Lola Johnson of Keystone Heights the Jacksonville
SONGS DANCES JOKES club Invitedall
Glade, Fla.
and is a member of Battery A, District Four members to the
r Insure your life 'Cause you_may die laugh. 30th F. A. Bn., 3rd Infantry DI- next meeting to be held with themIn ton Mrs. James, R. Jones 34 Brougii CORN 141C 39WESTERN
Fayettevllle, N. C.
vision. Fort Banning, Ga.
Igl the Mayflower Hotel on Sunday,
... ,. Operation Portrex Is Mrs. J. C. Keene, 2006 1.2 Peld-
,plannedto April 16th at 10:30: a.m. '
mont St., Tampa. Fla.Mdse .
e.t.new. amphibious and air- Thanks were extended to the
I borne techniques, and. equipmentand Macclenny club for their welcome Virginia Sewell Box 13,
Pompano, Fla.
to Indoctrinate Army Nayy. on. this occasion and for a delicious
Air Force and 'Marine James P. Andrews, 901 L Ave.,
'personnel chicken luncheon.
In joint training, of all servicesfor yWomen' Cayce, S.C. Pork
ms Increased efficiency of the Mrs. Henry Pedersen coo| Green Chops 4
wettcttt CouncilThe Center
Armed Forces as a fighting 8 A Mrs.White EUle Court Conlln, Alamosa.2112 'RebeccaSt. Celo. Cut LB.

team. Climax of the
operationwill Women's Council
I of the ., Sioux-
City 17. Iowa.
I be a combined assault on the
BPS PAINTTHf Starke Christian Church will meet R. R. King, King's. Grocery,
Island of Vieques, about six miles Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clockIn

off the coast of Puerto Rico. the church. Mrs. Homer Swlndall .

president Invites not only Red Crown .
Rotarv Sneaker! members to be present, but any Large Can large Box Eat

woman .who would like to attend. In Case
of Sickness
Says Faith Is Only

Solution For World Who MAIL Pays THIS The COUPON Bills i TRIPE'37CTIDE 23|

.Gene Reborn a field supervisorfor ,.

FINEST SCVFFPROOFPROTECTION the State Department of Ed- - - -
ucation with supervision over 21
FOR $5.40 Florida 'counties! was guest speaker Paul Raymond. Agent
at the Rotary Club Wednesday. Florida Mutual

I I YOUR FLOORSUtlLWii Discarding his prepared speechon Box 95, Starke, Fla. SUGAR FACTORY

life public school system of
Please SIb.
send 29i
The following births complete
Florida. Mr. Raborn effectively were announced PACKED
described his personal reaction to In Shadycrest Hospital on the Florida

the current Issue of "Life" magazine this week: Mutual Man of Hospital

In which the unpreparednessof Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Davis of Protection

the United States In the face Palatka. a boy on February 22. Name* ___________

of present threat! to peace Is'emphasized Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Roberts of Adreim: ________________ Dixie

I ONE GALLON PAINTS Mr. Raborn with said facts he spent and figures a sleep. Starke February, a 16.boy Dale Preston on Pride Loaf La Roma Fresh GroundCOFFEE

\ ntu THE AVERAGE ROOM $3.75IN less night after reading this issue Mr. and ,Mrs. Paul Meng of L

Starke, a girl, .. ....
of "Life". He stated hat Carolyn Marie on -- BREAD

ONE COAT IN ONE DAY mankind can never be merely! February 24. IT'S S AR- toe 65|

'rifchtened! out of starting a World -
Mr. and Mrs. Marks Ritch of
War HI. The answer must be foundIn
Rt. 2. Starke. announce the birthof PLANNING...
some other
source. In his opin-

11t l] ion have he said, the American! people January a son 29 Glenn In Carlyle the Alachua on Sunday Coun, To Call Tony Stevens For
I which they answer maintain In In a the Supreme! faith ty Hospital In Gainesville Your NO. 2 I

Being and he urged that they not Commercial Tomatoes

I '1 LUXURIOUS SATIN BCAU1Y FOR lose this faith, and that It be Anthony Receives Wedding fans 9
maintained as the only hope for Surveyor RegistrationHarry Banquet
(811 WALLS CEILINGS $5.10 future peace. And Birthday

I The speaker was Introduced by A. Anthony of Starke PICTURES

WOODWORK Philip Adelshelmer, principal of' has been notified by the State
Starke elementary school. Arrange. Board of Engineer Examinersthat STEVENS PHOTO

menu for the program were In his application for registration HEINZ 3
charge of James A. Lewis. FINISHING CANS WHITE
as a land surveyor has been JL IB
BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. T. H. Slade. publicity chairman approved.
Where roll li .
for the Red Cross fund drive "You every expertly
handed out materials and assignments ; In the State are permitted of to practice Developed Printed or Enlarged: Baby Food
PHONE S STARKE, FLA. Florida and are 25C '
will handle to members the of Ute club who entitled to all of the privileges LOCATED AT DAHMEITS Potatoes 14'
of funds
In the business the Registration GIFT SHOP-UO Call St.]
I district of Starke. Law" the notification stated I I''