Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 29, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established' In 1877


[ I .WARNING I Plan ProgramFor State Department OK's PurchaseOf

itomobile A warning was Issued to the Greater Use

public Saturday afternoon by USO Building By School Board
Sheriff A. O. Andreu that although -

ad 13 have been active discontinued field maneuvers at Camp Of Farm MarketSteps

Blinding the danger of live ammunition $15,000 Contract Includes Valuable #
Clough, 4 eq year and are being taken/ to broaden
crest grenades Is not Equipment Will Be Used For
L. services and the efficiency ;
I Mr[ and Mrs. Floyd speed up
|was killed instantly over.A small child was found of the Bradford Farmer's. Recreation and Education '

I Saturday evening when with a live hand playIng Market, County Agent L. T. Dyer .e
grenade on
directly announced this week.O. .
Ban automobile North Walnut St. Saturday afternoon Purchase of the USO building and equipment at the
on Highway B. Hogan of Jacksonville
his| home and said he had found it ,
of Bradford
of Starke. assistant corner Temple Ave. & Washington St. by the
I South manager of the State
I ]miles[rs. Clough had justom lying on, the sftlewalk. Marketing Board, conferred with County Board of Public Instruction' was announced yesterday

a trip to Palatka Sheriff Andreu and Deputy Ben Mr.. Dyer Tuesday on the matter by Arthur R. Mcllae superintendent of county schools.

,irked their car in theto Rowe took the grenade over to of securing a local manager for The handsome building, costing in excess of $85.000

the dairy which is the sInk hole near Graham and employment on a full-tlme basis. and its furnishing and equipment, valued at nearly $25-

jross the road from threw it in. Part-time operation of the mar 000, were purchased by the School Board from the Federal

I The child ran from ket's platform on Highway 13 In Works Agency for 15000.

If f the parked car di- Red Cross Total north Starke had heretofore been The, contract with FWA received final approval Saturday -

the path of an ontr conducted by L. M. White, of, by the State Board of Education which, under Florida r
and was carriedeet Palatka. White is this season
law must debts of this i
e approve na ure.1.ncurred.
down the road. The operating the market at Bush- _
Iwas Investigated by Stands At $2500 nell. county: ooarus. The purcnase
and is being financed through the
Melvin McKinney Dyer stated that the market-

I exonerated of blame. E. J. Dahmer, chairman of the Ing board officials stressed the W.O.W. Will Furnish "WA which permitted pay-
ment in five installmentsover
J services were held In Importance of naming a. local man Farm Bureau Members Will Eat Pilau

Level Baptist Church. 1946 Red Cross Fund CampaignIn for the post, and that an early Hospital Room a period of four years. f

he child was a Sunday Bradford County announced announcement would be made regardIng Announcement of final ap

mber, at 2 p. m. Wed- yesterday'that approximately $2.- the appointment.The Elect Officers And Hear SpeakersThe Typical of the Interest aroused proval of the contract cul- t
Hall among loral civic orpnl. school
i the Rev. W. E. been urinated efforts started by
SOO has to date
reported market has been in
operation lion for
by projectotl plans a
Interment was at 4 Interests here back In January f
and the county' has a long way for ten years the county) I hospital In Starke la the recent -
of the March cam
. penial Cemetery In meeting tonight (Friday) membership when It was announced that USO
Inder the direction of to go in order to meet Its quotaof agent said. Its service has been of the Bradford Farm Bureau paign" the meeting will start at offer by the Woodmen of would close its local operation on

Jones Mr. and Mrs. $8,300. particularly satisfactory the past I promises to be the outstanding 7:30 p. m. The supper, served the World to furnish fine room February 15. In accordance witha

two ago six years in the October pecan session since the group's organization by farmers' wives of the Brooker aa wail all making a donation suggestion advanced by USO
e! here years According to the chairman, 60 he with
auction sales, stated
tka Starke business and professionalfirms I on February 22. according to section will begin at 6:30. for the operating room. officials the School Board withthe
farmers bringing the product for the announcement yesterday of John Ford, State executive secretary It U expected that other organization assistance of other civic
rvlvors are a brother have not yet made their sale from all of the county,
parts Z.. W. Hamilton. and S. S. Baker field and Individualswill
President ,
acting groups, presented a plan to FWA
old and contributions and it is his belief
8 ,
ough years well from Alachua
as as bureau and will be the follow suit when plan be-
All members of secretary guest setting. forth the good use, that
Jlris Clough 11 years that they will.not wish to go on Counties
and Union
Clay their families will assemble at speakers, It was stated. The come further advauerrl.Alexander could be made of the building an
Irnal grandparents. Mr.F record as falling to make a contribution farmers have I In
many : the Brooker school house for a president vice president secretarytreasurer an addition to the present school
of Palatka to the 1946 Red Cross .
Herring : ( the past hauled their truck yieldto
electionsfor and a board of directors plant. This plan was presented
chicken I I
nil grandparents Mr. Campaign Fund. Jacksonville. It Is expectedthat pilau supper
I representing each community FWA officials In Atlanta
by a
IF. T Clough of Doug- Dr. M. B. Herlong chairman with the beginning:; of thevegetable the forthcoming year, and to In the county will be Rites committee composed of Mr. Mc-

1 James was born in of the Bradford County Chapter season 1.1 the middleof ', hear addresses by State officials. named by membership ballot. The
I I I Rae. Foster Shi Smith principal
|Ga., In September of In his talk at the Rotary Club April facilities of the Starke Described by County Agent L. new officers will serve for the I of BH8., Gary Ennls., executive

and Mrs. Herring for- Wednesday urged solicitors to market will be adequate and thatIt I T. Dyer aa the "final culmination ensuing twelve months. Set For'Sunday secretary of the Starke" Chamberof

here when Mr. Her- complete their canvassing in the will be feasible for growers to Commerce and Mrs. Elisabeth

[ an employe of the business ,district _by March SO. sell their produce locall}'. Witha l Morntck. then director of the

V Company. Many sections of the residential greater abundawe: on the market WCTU Convention i Noah S. WainwrightDied William Barnes Alexander, 79, USO her. Tha committee asked

district have not yet been Dyer said many more northern Held Here Friday ,At Plant City prominent cltlxen and chairmanof for the building aa an outright

ttitive Exam) solicited and Mrs. L;, A. 'Canova. ), buyers, will o-j representedhere : the Bradford County Dem- grant and FWA, countered with

chairman of this division Is anxious Convention of the Noah S. W member ocratlo: Executive .Committee,
+ The District IpwrIght78: : ... aa offer.to aU fOl'1IOO';:; 'Tha'
bolarships to have each area thorud'lly The i season l't( string, beaasrdquaah WCTU' was held hV 7Elte ,recreation of a pront urn t' Bradford died'at .- ..? m'-4'hnsday. wurnlug. next six week.fwar.<",consumed

12'; .. ,and in sweet corn and Bother the JBtark Meth- March 28 at his( rtlldenqeonNorth ..
April' covered. reports, building of at 'his homeIn with negotiation/"between;: Jhe
this: week.. vegetables extends. from April odist Church ,Thursday March 21. County family/IUed', I Church Street/ 'I FWA. the"local School Bowrt} w.v..: r t

Ie scholarship vacan- 'Because of the closing of school through July and the Tall yieldof with 'members' the Laura H. Plant City: Tuesday morning, Born April' 13, 1857 In Reynolds and the State Board. t

this weekr and squashis March 26. after being In declinIng Ga.,. he was the of'W. t
| announced In Lawtey and other outlying sections beans, cucumbar Scott Union serving as hostesses son Although it Is, too' late In' the
R McRae, county the campaign was post- marketed in October and No to the State' President Mrs. health for some time. D. Alexander and Sophronla Peacock school year to make much use

perlntendent. Appllc- poned In these sections until the vember., | Eunice Hebb of Bartow; the Dis- Mr. WainwrIght wan born In Alexander, both members of of the building during the cur-

>given competitive ex- first week in April.Contributions trict President, Mrs. J. A. Adams Nassau County but when he, was prominent Georgia families. On rent term eventual plans .will
i Friday, April 12th, It of Gainesville and the delegatesto March 19, 1800 Mr. Alexander
reported this U. S. Should Adopt only'three weeks old his parents Include all or moat of the fol-
1ilarshlps was married to Miss Ada Jones,
follows: Lappe Bak- ( this Important meeting.The moved to Bradford and lowing uses; as a school audi-
week are aa Tough'Policy County
But of Mrs M. L.
Fair Maynard
which provide ery $50; E.. K.' Perryman $25; morning session was open- settled on a farm In the Hell- of torium; a physical. education
lutclal! assistance to the E. S. Matthews $25; courthouse Rotary HearsA ed at 10:30 with the singing of bronn Springs section. He wa Hampton. He pent 40 yearsas for facility; quarters for a veteran's

luring the course of: employes solicited by Miss Haven "America", led by Mrs. W. J. reared in this county. later mov- traveling representative education program; community

Ige studies, were de- Crosby. .$16; Northwest Starke "tough but fair" policy in International Churchwell followed by prayerby ing to South Florida, making his some of the In largest the Southwest clothing manufacturers and recreation facilities; nursery
follows relations was advocated W. J. It was school facilities school music activities
] : residential section Mrs. F. H. Mrs. Epperson. home for many years In Tampa made his home at for ;
we of Representativesp Long reported '$65. Mrs. Paul ; by Capt. T. S. McGee., particularly appropriate that Wil- before finally moving to Plant 35 Following his retirement ; school-community library -

for boys: to be ellI Canova $25; Southwest Starke, Camp Blanding chaplain. In aaaddiess bur A. Scott pastor of the City. In 1922 he was appointedby years.. the family moved to Starke : ; additional space for ex-

applicant must agreet Mrs. Marvin Hazen reported $24; at the luncheon meetingof Hampton Baptist Church, was Governor Hardee to fill an un- In 1932. I pected Increase in school enroll-

least two years. Vanderbilt Levy Norman chairman the Rotary Club here Wednes chosen to give the devotional as, expired term as clerk of the Circuit ment; headquarters for a youth
Besides his widow, Mr. Alexan- ,
patorlal Scholarship for $8.45; Brooker. Miss day. I It was his mother Mrs Fred A. court of Glades County : development program.'
1 der Is survived
by one son, Jesse
I limited to those planter Lubedla Plnholster chairman, $28; Speaking from his (observations Scott who was for many yearspresident which position the held for sev- Among the groups that were
he served aa a: the local Union and B. Alexander, and one daughter,
where of
the teaching pro- Mrs. Beulah Harrell $23.20; Mrs. In Europe: eral years. Instrumental In aiding the School
Miss Wilma Alexander both of
ft applicants and their Earl 'Green $7.25: Mrs. James W. chaplain; with the 101st Airborne outstanding Intemperance workin Survivors Include his wife Mrs. Board In working out the pro-
Starke brother 1. B. Alexander
I Division, Capt. McGee stated that I this section and In whose ; one posed plan were the P.T.A., the t
guardians '
must attest Thomas, $16.80; Mrs. Virginia Annie C. Walnwright. Plant city; and sister Mrs.
one Betty
for existence In the honor the local Union Is named. Council the Chamber of
wild ) struggle
[ not financially at- Howard $9.25; Theressa Miss the a son. William E. Walnwright. Parks both of Waldo.
nations is much Ephesians 6:10-18: made a beautiful Commerce the Rotary Club, ...nd
e without older European
such aid.Scholarship I Hagan chairman, reported $30.401 I Philadelphia. Pa.; four sisters
Is In our own for the devotional Funeral services will be held
than it setting the Planning Board of the USO
solicitations tougher
wls for collected to date and Mrs. Lillie Peek 01 a d ewater
I Therefore these with Sunday afternoon at 3:30: o'clockIn '
continue until every land of plenty. which closed prayer. Texas Mrs. Alice Langford, Lake Operating Committee
or boy, and the Lewis will with
to en- the First Baptist Church,
' section has been countries: are more apt W B. McKinney played a Mrs. Dade
p for in that Butler Daisy Llpham
negro girl or boy: person of their the Rev. L. D. Haines officiating,
I are to teach given an opportunity to contri roach upon the rights violin solo, "God's Way Is Best", City and Mrs. Bula Yopp At- Denmark Elected
one year country that assisted/ by the Rev. W. J.
Is Wallace -
than a Miss Susan
neighbors accompanied by Ga. and brothers.
term they receive ,the' bute. I jneeds. He lanta. ; tour Churchwell. Interment will be New Commander
it Mrs. Church-
from Rev. has everything at the piano. N. D. Wainwright Starke, D. K. -
A partial report In Crosby Lake Cemetery under
of the stated that the United States well talked on the !subject of Walnwright. Man ate e. W. C. Of Legion Post
'Is fund provides' 400 John Franklin chairman right from the direction of Me Witt C.
| know
while shows $85.31 collected li'.should let them "The Good Samaritan", compar- Walnwright Tampa and T. L.
Division Jones
[ the Senatorialof Negro following sections the beginning Just what we ing the WCTU members with the Wainwright Lawtey. S.: G. Denmark was elected post
Representatives from the I stand for in the new International Samaritan. Reports were read held Mr. Alexander was a member commander of the Jonea-Lang-
.. awards the student : Retha Wanton Brooklynsection I and then not retreat from from the three unions comprisingthis Funeral services were of the Baptist Church, the Masons ford-Whlte American Legion Post
John afternoon at 2 0'-
f rm. Students making near Keystone, $6; if it means a Wednesday and the Knight of Pythias.
even held
his position district. at a meeting here Tuesday
R.J.E. clock with the Rev. Don Wiley
ft average grade In the Franklin S tar k e. $21; recommended this
Bethel 1, fight. He Mra Kate Alonzo of Gainesville of the Plant City Baptist night.
$6 pastor
fn are High School Starke. ; means of
eligible to at- surest
Diversity of Baptist Church $8.46; Deacon G.i policy as the "I am convinced state secretary reportedthat Church officiating. Intermentwas Two Church Groups Other officer elected were:

State College Florida. H. Little Starke $10; Mount keeping the Russia peace.does not wanta Methodist Churches have appointed In Wood lawn Cemetery Plan All-Day Meets C. 11. Drlgjei-s lit vice commander -
for that June 2 as the day for Deacons of the church .
d $13 Tampa.
the Florida A .Jt...M Calvary Baptist Church ; more than we do,
r Negroes. atrice DeSue Water Oak. $13; war any stated "and I cannot prayer for curtailment of the served as pallbearers. The 5th Sunday meeting of Lucian Conner, 2nd vice com-

loon Rosa' Johnson Lawtey $6.20; apt McGee between liquor traffic. She reported Interest the New 'River Association of mander.A. .

ofnadon blanks and addl- Prof: Leon Williams. Clayno conceive of if hostilities we follow this in the organization of a 'Two More Qualify Baptist Churches will be held J. Thomas finance officer.Everett .
| McRae 'said, countries( Union In Lake Butler. A rising
our Sunday March., !In the fleulah
: McKinney, at
rained ,$1.65.Mrs. sergeant
at his School ,
office. vote of thanks was given Mrl.Alonzo and Mrs. M. F; Church near Camp Blending -
Tom Grady owner of the puny"rplnlon stated that In W. II E. A. Sapp Baptist arm..
speaker for her fine work In the
Fiorina ana _mixJIO i._ _AM..twAM MB.. turned the last war was a direct Wiggins qualified Jut Friday for W. S., Sibley. chaplain.L. .

unty Schools In a check for $317.08, of the failure of the United State Organisation. Democratic Executive Committeeman The Convention of Christian D. Vlnlng post historian.The .
""s This Week B. Chapman manager ----I result shoulder Its share of The gracious State President and Committeewoman. respectively Church will also be held March new officers were Installedby
check for States to Joining the Mrs. Hebb was then Introducedto from the New River 31 with the Theresa Christian N. D. Walnwright. Jr.
Theatre by
Park state
Ie ends another collections takenIn toe world after World the Convention by Mrs. Adams District. This completed the full Church of which Fred Dodd Is
school 83, representing of Nations The following were chosen asdelegates
cbUdren ot Scouts League this and gave a splendid address, slate of candIdate. for the Democratic the pastor.Everyone.
the Girl hopethat
Graham, the theatres by voiced to the state conventionto
unior. ; War 1. He shirk stressing dependence upon Divine Primary to be held May I.welcome to attend
Hgh. Mrs. H. C.
Vanderbilt under the direction of would not again be held In May at West Palm
r. Heilbronn country; role help In carrying forward the 7. The deadline for qualifying these meetings which are all-day
Rising and Brown and Mrs. Vernon to assume a Beach: A. Z. Adklns Jr.p T. H.
ardor High county Is Its duty much needed work of temperanceand was noon last Friday. sessions with lunch served on the
Schools Every person In the world aftalr. Oaborne. and Everett McKlnney.
relenla the end of the urged by Dr. Herlong and Mr. McGee stated that the sobriety.The grounds at noon. Alternate.: S. L. Alvarez-- SteveSt.

nth term In this county I I Dahmer to make a contributionto Capt.oC power Is lutlnctlve In noontide period or prayer Hebb who made 'a few timely I John K. O, Duncan. and
''Ies all Bradford love that the observed the world over by out that "as Rites HeldIn
oa of the the 1946 fund so that human being. but comments, pointing Darby Coolidge Cassett.
cept Starke and HampooU County's record for always all people apparently receive I WCTU members was led by Mrs. long as the nation keeps the

that close this exceeding Its quota will not be German dose. The only way to Adams and after the registration hearthstone the home and the Crosby CemeteryCharles Recent

,* In July ,In order to broken. a double them from repeating of guests presided over by Mrs. heart In the place -of prayer. God Darby 76, uncle of DischargesThomas

do for the benefit prevent their attempt at world domination Ara Moitt. a delicious luncheonwas will not forget us." Charles A. Darby John M. Darbyand Sidney Treat F 1<.

live In farming com- Cub Cruiser Is to prevent them from re- served on a Mrs.beautifully Wilbur appointed A.- The annual election held at the Mrs. S. 1. Peek of Stark, March 11.Luther.
I table.
:on arming, he said. chairmanof close of the meeting resulted In l died! suddenly Wednesday of last Jennings Lennon WT
SChOol elterclael at BTd To Be At AirportA Scott was the efficient committee and reelecting the present slate of week In Tampa Mr. Darby was 1-c. March 4.

and will held will News the luncheon members of officers. I I born in Bradford County but left David W. Green Pvt., March
off Scout
school Cub Cruiser Girl ably assisted\ by
,!Iday Is iclaf y three-place was I A number of the new memberswere here when a young man. He had 9.

May 24. be on hand to carry Sunday passengers according The Girl Scouts held their regular the The local Invocation Union. was given by, added to the local union visited here often and made many Marlon L. Crews, Jr.. T-5. Jan.
Airport after-
the with
Wednesday and the convention closed friends. 3.
Buys to an announcement yes meeting Center. Another Wm. D. Up haw. noted temper- Benediction repeated Services held in Willie J.
Beef and R. .t the Service after luncheon the Three-Fold were Friday Keaton. Pvt.. Feb. 11.
John roan leader who
terday by V. S. St. will 1M held next ance address,.calling Inc unison. Palatka under the direction of Daniel William Chaplain Batty

'ra0n!: Starke meat O. Kldd. week at 3 Dug and all girls are delivered the WCTU a stirring to the uniform The 40>> guests and delegates Davis Funeral Home and Interment S 1-C. Nov. 1945. :

1u'Ihaaed 10 head of urged to attend. w. will make of lifting new Ideals before present at this meeting were WM In the family lot in James Lavon Andrews, dec.

t Cattle .3iy at the H. B. Arwood RetiresH. plans for a bike. bY girl who the task Christian people. graciously received by Mrs. O. E. Crosby Lake Cemetery. M :3-o. March 7.

and Sale toes not attend the seat meeting Rev. W. J. Churchwell SUnsbury. president of the local Other survivors) are a brother, Kelly Hudson Tucker S 1-e,

t on the hoof B. Arwood. veteran emp10ye w111 not be able t.cI go on the The this part of the program union who proved herself an efficient I James C. Darby of Jacksonvilleand Feb. 21. -
retiredon closed
a&verage of mOnt than of the Seaboard Railroad. hike. Scribes idea Landrum after which Mrs. hostesa throughout the a sister Mrs. H. C. Richards 2nd Lt. Theodore H. Osborne,
Pound aa buyers from Feb. 28 after 30 years service Vivian McRae. Alice Lappe. Lou with prayer presented Mrs. day. : of Palatka. March IS.
"ort He was a sec Adams again
entered the with the company. Haze
ICIdinr. I
tlon foreman.


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VJK TWO I _",.I*
. . . . . . Area 5, Ft McPherson, Ga. He Arils Wayne McRae were visitingMrs. McRae were dinner
TELEGRAPH Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. McRae's parents, Mr. and Misses Beatrice i rues
TIE BRADFORD COUNTY BrookerBy LAWTEY\ Crews. Mrs. N. A. Conner at Midway Barnes In RIsing Sundal and Lt

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Grlffla Sunday afternoon.. I
EstaMlahPd' 1877 Mrs. T. W. Markey By Mrs. Mamie,Crews and daughters Miss Madeline Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Raulerson
B. L. Matthew ___________ Editor and Owner 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 Griffis and Mrs. J. B. Bradley, of Lawtey were visiting Mr. and MAYESRADIO -

W. M. V. MEETING > Six year old Bruce King cele- were shopping In Starke Satur- Mrs. H. M. McRae and family

MMtahed Weekly on Fridays and Entered a* Second ClaM Matterat Members of the WMU met at brated his first birthday anni- Sunday afternoon and attended SERVICE
the Pont Office at Starke. Florida the home of Mrs. L. L. Parker versary on February 29, 1944 although day.Mr.. and Mrs., J. C, King and church that evening at Sampson -
Wednesday, March 20, with 11 he was born In 1940. children spent the weekend with City. I SERVICE
members and 3 visitors present.The Bruce Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. relatives In Bristol.Mr. Mrs. W. E. Hall returned home ON ALL
That. Meaning of Christ's Intercession Ross King, who recently moved and Mrs. Adams spent the Saturday after spending a few RADIOS MAKES!(
It Seems was discussed by Mrs. M. here to operate the new saw mill, weekend with friends in Craw. days: with' relatives at Macon,
O. Harrell, Mlsa Lubedla Pin- and was born on the last day of fordville. Ga. \ South
The announcement this week that lengthy negoti- holster, Mrs. W. M. Hazen, Mra. February of a leap year which Misses Gwendolyn and Shirley Walnut Street t

ations are ended at last and that the Bradford County L. A. Brown and Mrs. L. L. Par- comes _only one year In four. . . .

Beard of Public Instruction is in full possession of the ker. Mrs. William Hazen gave H. C. Kelly was In Starke on
several selections during Pine LevelBy
Federally-constructed USO building, together with its business Tuesday and In Jackson-
equipment, will bring a sigh of relief to I the afternoon.The ville Wednesday SEE FLY &
stoseveral living room was decorated Mra H. M. McRae BUYthe
have been holding their breath for the Junior Page was In Jacksonville ,
with roses and other spring flow I .
im- e a e 0 a 000001
of this highly
weeks, waiting to see the outcome ers. The dining table was cov- Thursday on business.
portant transaction.The ered with a beautiful lace cloth Mrs. Mabel Casque and children This community was saddened
fact that the School Board had to pay $15,000for and centered with a low bowl Ronald and Carol, of Wild- I to hear of the death of little
the building and equipment was hardly a surprise, arrangement of aweetpeas. Mrs. wood spent the week-end with James Forest Clough, son of Mr.
although a few super-optimists had hoped at one time I Parker served Coca-Colas and her mother-in-law, Mrs. Carrie and Mrs. F. L. Clough, Saturday PiperCubFLIGHT
afternoon. Mr. and Mrs._ Clough
of cookies to her guests following Casque. I
that the government might make an outright grant
have friends who deeply
I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bradley
the business session.
since it to be used to augment the
the property, was sympathize with them In their .
were In Jacksonville Friday on 6.i -
school plant here. However, to make a gift of the The next meeting will be held I I business. bereavement.Mrs. .

J, Starke USO would have set a precedent, for they have at the Baptist 3. Church Wednesday I Elma Crews and R.: L. Bradleywere B. M. McRae visited the i INSTRUCTIONby
been sold in every other instance, and this, perhaps, April among those In Starke Sat bedside of Jeff Norman Sunday

*- was asking too much even of our benevolent govern- Mrs. G. B. Colson made a urday.C. afternoon.Mr. Ralph Cheshire
I ment. However, even at $15,000 the building and its business trip to Starke Tuesday. R. Crews and L. P. Rafuse and Mrs. Owen McRae andITCH
expensive equipment is probably one of the best bar- Mr and Mrs. Chester Andrewsand attended church at Green Cove I"

gains on record. When it was built, some four or five son of New River visited Sunday.
and Mr. and & rs. Dave Green Tuesday Rev. and Mrs. T. C. Williamsand
years ago, the building cost in excess of $80,000, ,
construction costs have continued to afternoon.Mr. family of Jacksonville were I
',J since; that time I Conway-Libby U-Fly-It Service
soar.- It is stated also that the equipment in the USO and Mrs. T. W. Markey supper guests Sunday of Mr. and
and John William Green were In Mrs. I* P. Rafuse.L. .
costs around $25,000, making the property total well Are you tormented with Itching of
: business. P. Rafuse was In Jackson- CONWAY AIRPARK
Tampa Thursday on eczemal psorla.l rashes, first aid,
.. in excess of $100,000. : Mrs. ROM Plnholeter visited ville Monday. athlete m toot, eruption, rectal ItchIng -
In,the.USO building the School Board has an ad- friends and relatives in .Lake I I Mr. and Mrs.!! J. B. Bradley aftllctlona or other? For externally quick calmed relief akin and
4 Blocks West of Union Bus
dition to.its plant of which it can well be proud. In Butler and New River Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs. Carl VanZant good results use VICTORY: OINT- Station
4 accordance with the plan presented to the Federal afternoon. I I were In the New River Section MENT. Developed for the boy In '
the Army, now offered to the folks Phone 32 or 147 Ring 2ONWAY'S
, Works Administration in bidding for the building, it Ressle Colson and Donald Sunday.H. back home. White, greaseless, an-
now remains for educational, religious, and civic groups Crews were fishing In Earlton C. Crews Is now training tiseptic.. A Safe: name for you babies can't or forget children -,
to. unite with the school interests in working out a Lake Monda.y.Mrs. with the army in Georgia. His VICTORY OINTMENT-the finest.
Alice Oliver and Mrs. address Is Pvt. Henry C. Crews,
well-rounded program that will assure maximum use !old, In Starke by .
Ervin Williams of East Palatka 44117573. Reception Center CARPENTER'S DRUB STOflBJiiiiv
of the fine facilities offered.It .
were visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. F. ,,, ,. .,
nnioilnliolrnomiipimmmiuummsnhummdiunivlmllimmimilnlsmalia" ''' '' '' '' '''' '' ''''iuslm' '''; WIIHI'' 'rtmrmt''' 1111""piimnimiiiiiiiiiiiiu' ''' ''' 'i''rtwriiiiiiiiiiiimiwi' "uiiitiniiiiHnitiuiPatients '' '
might well be that the first step in this direction lazen' last week.

. 1 will be taken at a meeting of the Chamber of Miss Marie Edwards of FSCWIn ,

Commerce to be held in the courthouse Friday night, Tallahassee Is spending her

April 19, at 7:30 o'clock. Officials of the Chamber of spring. vacation at the home of Should Have 1/' Service Station

Commerce have issued ,a letter to all civic, fraternal, her parents Mr. and Mrs.V Arthur ,
religious and political asking that a Edwards. ,
; groups represen- RING
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kelly of
tative be sent to this meeting for the purpose of discussing -
a proposed organized recreation program and Winter Haven were weekend Too
of her Mr and Ethics
increased recreational facilities for children, young guests Mrs. G. H. Parker.parents Oil Changing

people, and adults.It Among those enjoying a fish Greasing
is hoped that this invitation will receive the
!fry on the Santa Fe River Thursday -! .
attention and response that it deserves, and that a : of last week were Misses Waxing

true cross section of the community will be in attend- Phyllis Hazen and Eva Fay Washing

ance at this highly important meeting. Gainey of Tallahassee Mr Er- Polishing
vin Williams and Mrs. Alice
Oliver of Palatka, Mrs. Ernest A physician is a busy man. Day and nighthe Tire Repairs

,. The fellow who wrote the song* about "Fling wide Edwards. Mrs. the gates" should have added another phrase"anddon't children, Marcia Kay and Jim- ELECTRIC ARC'WELDIN
; mie, Mrs. Winfred Hazen and his care.Let us be fair. Do not telephone him
close them after
forger you go through. .
Every-time city officials think they h a v'e the small daughter, Martha Ruth and at mealtimes just because you know he,can be

roaming cow situation well in hand some careless Charles.Mrs. B. F. Hazen. and son, reached\. And do not call him at night unless 'AMOCO'GAS 'ONE HOUR

driver of a horse-drawn vehicle will go through the Mrs. Roy Green gave a birth- absolutely necessary.Confine your calls to his OIL & GREASE

gates providing passageway around the cattlegaps at day dinner Saturday, March 23, office hours as much as you can.,That is what
the city limits, carelessly leave them open, and thus In honor of her husband Roy.
spoil all the effort that has been put forth to build and Enjoying this occasion were Mr. office hours are for. Quaker State

maintain a fence around the town as a ,protection and: Mrs. E. J.. Lewis and son, Keep your appointments promptly, or notify him In

against wandering livestock.It Allen, Mia Iva Mae Lewis, advance that it is impossible for you to do so. In short Oil
is hard to believe that anyone would be so inconsiderate Amanda Gene, and Edward Endi- Sealed Containers
as to leave these gates open deliberately, cott, Mr. and Mra. W. D. Rimes treat him as you would wish to be treated were you the J ,

and son, Billy, Mrs. Earl Green physician. A sympathetic appreciation of his problems
so we will give the offenders the benefit of the doubt RIDE r
and Nell and
daughters Shirley
and presume that they simply forget to close them. If ( greatly enhances the help he can give.
Linda Gale, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie FLORIDAGREYHOUND
such is the case, would it 'asking too much for themto Green and children, John William, Call on us for competent prescription service. .' BATTERIES
tie the traditional string around a finger in orderto Annette and Stanley and Mr and
remember a good turn that would require very little Mrs. T. W. Markey. LINES Inc.
effort on their part, but which would mean very, very Miss Pauline Brannen of Rai- CARPENTER'S"Your:: 1 :;? BUSSESFor

b much to property owners in town who are trying to ford spent Thursday night with Safety
beautify their grounds with ornamental plants and-- Miss Eva Fay'Gainey. REXALL Drug Store" ,
more important still-trying to help out in the food Mr. and Mrs. Norman Johns Comfort & Economy
of Lake Butler spent Sunday Phone 64 Starke Fla. Phone 147
shortage by growing a garden. Of It
with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roberta. Take Care
Mrs. Martha Lee Martin has ,
I I t *, _-:- ': --_:,-:"-:::::: -- -',::::::::::,::-":::;:;
returned two week visit
I And while we're on the subject of beautification, front a
with her brother-in-law and sister
\ we.trust that everyone has been reading the series of -
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Smithin
,; articles written along this line by the Ninth Grade Baltimore, Md.

. Civics Class at BUS. These articles have been appear- Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy were Knock off. Have a Coca-Cola
: ing each week in the Telegraph, and some very worth- Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
; while ideas have been advanced by the young people. Douglass Hardy of Hampton.
f. We trust that these pointers have fallen on fertile Mr. and Mrs. Luther Sowell w.. -. I r'
-ground and that some, if not all, of them will be carried were in Gainesville Monday.M. I P1 1 I '

"F. out when Starke at last awakes to the realization F. Wiggins of New River r!

that it is no l longer a crossroads town, but an up and was here Sunday afternoon. %1 .w I rd1g4t
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Keen and Il
coming small city with unlimited opportunity for de-
, children of Starke were visiting
velopment. Mr and Mrs. Eldon Hardy Sun- I y f 1
day night.
Miss Phyllis Hazen Mlas Eva
Fay Gainey. and Miss Marie Ed-
; wards left Monday' to resume ,
: their studies?at FSCW in Tallahassee 1 w

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The whole family turn to with a will to gee the yard in shape. "Many hands make

i KEST MATERIALS light work.** Especially when sometime during the job, each hand ge.ts hold of a frosty /

GRADE "A" RUBBER bottle of Coa-Cola, right from the family refrigerator. Coca-Cola adds fun to what

Workmanship Guaranteed UNITED STATESSENATE ever you're doing Ic brings on the fnenlly pause that refreshes-a moment to relax $IT1IJIIII
PHONE 79 t
and enjoy yourself and each other.

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Seats suck Outttandiita S.rvico ,-n.whkh. datunui the 1/-
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. 1 visitors Of Mr. and Mrs. Math
Political NOTICE TO APPEAR iv! ciHcriT comT. BRADFORD
Wasdln and family. Mr. Strick STATE! OF FLORIDA to: John T. ("O"NT'- FLORIDA IN CHAN-
land and Mr. Waadln Anderson, whose residence la unknown I'KMY. Can More
with their Announcements Use
Graham Joseph Trlngali, Jr.. Plaintiff vs. 44 Pulpwood
host and sons Bobby and Julian You are re< 'Rosa Cermnla TrlngalL Defendant.Case ,

fdward Nomtan.I and Tommy Wasdln of Waldo enjoyed FOIL HKPHENK\T.'TI>'M' April 9. 1948 inrthetabove.namedCourt No. 4460.ORDER RITE TIMBER DEPT
l'1rs. I and cause wherein
hereby announce my candidacy plaintiff OF PUBLICATION
1 a c rea a fishing trip to one of the for the office ci( Representative In seeks divorce and restoration of AM NOTICE TO APPEAR
sand lakes Monday. the State Legislature from Bradford maiden name. Urn d ford County STATE OF FLORIDA to Ro.eC..rmola Container Corp'n. of America. Fernandina. Fla. .
and Lou Eva Drtg- (County subject to the will of the Telegraph shall publish this Order whose residenceand .
.. Ada a few Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Wasdln Democratic voter In tho May Tthprimary. In next four weekly Issues.Witness Trlngali,
spending I address Is S303 33rd Street,
are Your and my hand and official seal
Lith1a recently sold their home vote supportwill ,
of a mile Astoria Long Island< N. Y.
with their be greatly appreciated.Jake at Stark., Florida, this March V,
this week Herbert Nor- west of Graham to Thomas W P Roberts. 1946. You are required to appear on

Jeanette and Roberts of 60 W. 105th St., New (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J. Thomas April 8th 1944 In, the above named
Court and wherein plaintiff ELECT
I FOil STATH KKPHK! TATn'NI As Clerk of said Court. cause
York City. Mr. Roberta has seeks divorce and custody of minor
arrived -
' Flake Watson are hereby announce ny, candidacy II. O. Brown Starke, Florida.
.. and Airs and daughter- to take over his property' for reelection to the efflce of State Atty.. for PUt_ 3UI children shall Bradford publish this County Order Telegraph In

and Mr. and Mrs. Waadln will Representative from Bradford next four weekly 188\1....
ling .ndVs. Watof -
R. County subject to the will of the
'II, Air for move to Gainesville as soon as Voters at the May 7th Primary. NOTICE IS HEREBY OVEN that Witness mv hand and official seal J. P. 'Jake' ROBERTS
| California this Week find Having nerved In the 1945 Session the undersigned In engaged In business ( /fit Stark., Florida this March 6th
they can living accommoda .
I feel that the experience gained under the fictitious itr McKinney and friendship created will be of ; bowling Brothers, located, at (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
and Mrs. John tions.Graham great value to the people of Brad Starke. Fla.. and Intend. to register As Clerk. of said Court.
spent Saturday and school will close after ford County and Florida, If I am reelected the said fictitious name In the By Lucille C.'onner., D. C. REPRESENTATIVETo
family and aaughMr. this week's session of lessons to this office. Office of the Clerk of the Circuit T. Frank Landrum. Starke Florida
with their son Your vote and support will be Court of Bradford County, Fla. Atty. for Plf. 9-1 4t 3-3
8Y and Mrs. Leonard Mrs. Oscar Crosby of Starke has highly appreciated.N. W. K.: Dowllng. Starke, Fla.31B The State LegislatureFrom
n.leW Daytona Beacn' been the teacher this year. D. Walnwrlg-ht Jr. 4t '-11 IN: CIRCUIT COI-RT. nn.\DVORDVI.ORIDAJ
l In
Edward Norman Church services held IX: CIRCUIT COI'RT.
were at BnAnFORnl % Bradford County I
r' and MIn Brooker Sunday. the Christian Church Sunday TO the qualified Vo..r. of C.aaU'Comml..lo. COUNTY n.ORIDA| : Mara\ to Yi. Howard< 'Plaintiff vs. I
..r UIMrlrl No. 2, CKHY. James Henry Howard, Defendant
Howard ofGeor- morning and evening. The 5lh Bradford County. Florida.I Ann Stu4..IIIIJ Plaintiff, vs. Jack Case No, 4455.ORDER liE STANDS FOR: i j
spending week'with hereby aimounce my candidacyfor Htudstlll, Defendant. Case No. OF PUBLICATION
il this Sunday meeting of the New
re-election all County Commissioner 448 Ve ANT NOTICE TO APPEAR
J Mr and Mrs. E. T. River Association of Baptist of District No.2. subject to : ORDER OF PITTU-ICATION STATE" OF FLORIDA to: James I
parents. Churches will be held with the the Primaries In May. If reelectedI AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Henry Howard whose residence I* Hospital
ng, Sr.r. promise to continue to work for STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jack Unknown.You For Bradford County
and lire Arnold Wasdln ofanvilie Beulah Baptist Church near Camp the best Interests of the District Rtudstlll whose residence. Is un- are required. to appear on i +
and Mr. and Mrs. Blanding next Sunday. The meeting and the County an a whole. known. April 15, 1046 In the above named [
!! Upon' this promise I respectfully You are required to appear on Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
Strickland and son, Johns of the Christian Churches solicit your vote and active support April 19. 1946, In the above named 1 seeks divorce ITad-ford County :More State ft: Federal Fund

.of Gainesville were weekend will be held with the Church InTheres on May 7th Yours very truly Court. and divorce.cause, wherein Bradford plaintiffseeks County I Telegraph next four shall weekly! publish IUAS.Witness this. OrderIn Fur Itoadn IntlUnt1' f

a. B L. CHAWFOnD. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn my hand and official !
next four weekly Issues. seal I at Starke Florida, this March g
Witness my hand and official seal I ; 1I..I..llrr..llI.lain. Lateral
12, 1946. ( ,,
FOIL corvrv' ro>iwi*" ".:ItIll.trlet
nt Starke. Florida thla March 13, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas '
!%o. :3 I t K nuln Throughout County
brief service held in myself ana 1945.OFFICIAL As Cleric of snld Court c
A was I hereby announce ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas j
Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C.
Crosby Lake Cemetery on February candidate for County Conml..lon"rftom served As Clerk I of said Court.: I In. T. "Prank Lsndrum, Mtarke, Florida
District No.2. Uavlnff
O. Brown. Starke, Florida, Better Piihllo SchooU.
Atty for Plf. 3114t 4-S t ,
26 for Mary McRae ua county commissioner for one Atty. for Pit. 3-lB 4t 4-8 _
term 1 feel that I am fully qualified _
of Mr. and Mrs '
daughter iruin IT ('OI'nT. nnI)KOHI>
and If elected will give the 11\1 CIRCUIT CO!'RT. IR.'I>FORD ... '
( IT%. FI.ORIII ( II 'N-
Arthur R. McRae, who died In second district and the county asa ('0 I'"" 'S'Y. Pl.OKIlktl IX til.IN.tKRY. ('Kit V. lUor.dt'Clul&te
Riverside Jacksonville whole the bent service of which I Wllllfl School Lunch
Hospital ,,
Mary I'revatt. Plaintiff vs Program
1 capable. .... !
am John Wlllla. Plaintiff vs '
1'rvvutt Defendant ( ''''41 No. 4487.
on February 25.: W. Mitch Edwards Williams, Defendant Case Vo 4484.
AND NOTI'I''u\ APPEAR ) t JDt..d ,
UlMtrlrt >o. a OM ACt Permlon!
whose residence Is un Prevail, whose residence I.I un
I wish to announce at this time known. known.
for County Commissioner You are required to appear nn
I' my candidacy You are required to nppenr on
t'Aiiti of District No. :2 I of Bradford April 15, 1946, In the above named April 8, 1941 In trie above named NO NEW TAXES
and wherein plaintiff
Court cause,
I am a veteran of World War II Court seeks and divorce.cause wherein Bradford plaintiff County seek divorce Bradford Connty FOR ANY (JUlU>'>USE I

SERVICEIDAHMER'S and served In the European Theatreof Telegraph shall publish this Order [Telegraph shall publish I this Order

PROMPT: .J .... If War.1 am elected you may feel In Witness next. four my weekly hand and'Issues.official seal In Witness next four my weekly ham.Issues.and official A Vote for Roberts Is A Vote '

;'rilII assured of a fair. and Impartial at Starke, Florida this March, 12. seal At Starke, Florida this March\ I !
administration to the best of my' 1948. 7, 194.
ability. Thanking you for your consideration (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs (OFFICIAl. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, I For Your Own Best Interests !
ORDER I amKespectfully Clerk of said Court. As Clerk of said Court.Py ;
MADE: TO yours \ By Luclll C Conner, D. C. Lucille C. (Conner D. C I
GIFT SHOP OUR SPECIALTY S. O. Denmark T. Frank Landrum, Starke "'IortdaAty. Zarh H. Douglas, Gainesville Fin.
for Plf. 3-15 4t 4-8\ Atty. for Plf. 3-3 4t 3-89
110 EAST CALL ST. LAPPE BAKERY Ill ate 1 r t N o. 4 __ _____ ___.I f fI
At this writing I announce myself
PHONE ea Office of -
for reelection to the fi
.... I .. County Commissioner District No.
4.' Hampton, CJraham and Theressato i
voters In the primaries
..- --------- the Democratic
May 7th. If reelected to

[for Safety, Comfort and Economy thin office the I duties will connected continue to therewith discharge 1'

In a fair and Impartial man. .< .,. .
ner. On that promise I will greatly '
FOR COURTEOUS appreciate your vote on May 7th., ,&.""

Thank. :: .
Cr Respectfully '
CORRECT T. C. Cha taln. I

"7 District No. 1
r I hereby announce myself a candidate LET is STOPFEEDING w
< for member of the Board ot
.. Publlo Instruction District 1, comprising
Ride Florida Greyhound Lines, Inc. Busses North Starke and Lawtey.
this capacity be-
laving served In t
BUS STATIONTemple fore with three year. as chairmanof
UNION the board, I feel that I am fully Se
Ave. lACYXJONWAY. Agent Starke, Fla. qualified< and If elected I promiseto .
therewith in an Impartial manner.J. .
"' .- H. Moore.


.1gEL.;\ Rom where I sit.Ay Joe Marsh.. I hereby District announce N..myself. I a candidate .

for re-eleetlon a* member of .- .
_. the Board of Public Inet ruction for \
Ldtwtey .1
I, comprising
dtrkcrtoSt k If re-elected to ,
and thin Important office I will continue
Ben Ryder
to work to thekcounty.InIowillappreciate
of all schools
your vote and supportIn
w the WanderlustDuring the coming Primary on -May T. '

Respectfully, You Yet that is exactly what's happening: *
J. S. (Buddy) Norman. know what happens .

the war, Ben Ryder ;You might as well stay home".. FOR !BCIIOOI- BOARD day. Our government! is spending billions i I

talked about the trips he'd take enjoy your friends and family. District No. 3 candidacy When you continue to spend more than more than it takes in. And it continues to tNl'',{ I

when gasoline rationing was From where I sit that's nature.a pretty for I member hereby announce of the Hoard my of Public you make and. borrow to make up the difference. ? ,4(!t .. I

ended.Used to pore over roadmaps common trait in human ItMtructlon. from District 3, subject.

checking mileages and charting Take that glass of beer, for in to the will of the of Democratic May T. If vot.r.In elected tbat"t ; ,
the primary the dif
routes. stance. Daring Prohibition, Ben to this responsible position of Ipromise Keep on borrowing to make up This is the kind of money-handling
Now Ben's taking quite'a lot of was nursing an insatiable thirst.. the> office to to carry the best out of the my ability, ferencel I causes inflation. f

But come repeal, Ben suddenly and will greatly appreciate your.
ribbing. Soon as rationing was and vote t
active oCrosby
lifted, he decided he liked staying finds he's happy with a friendly. _-H. You know too, that a big chunk of every Economy I In government moon "t '' "<'
home puttering In the garden, moderate glass of beernel FOR SCHOOL, BOARD dollar you earn and every dollar you ,'. \,
thsky's ,
tell folks In pocket "
Yep-Just District N* a money your r ..
pitying chess more. .
sharing a pleasant '
eau cf beer with friends. the limit and they'll liettb"Shucks" I hereby for member anounce of myself the Board a candidate of spend goes to pay the cost of government.That'a ',\ :' t
.' for a piece of friendly earth.Copyright Public Instruction District 1. comprising If the American people- through Con .1
admits Ben sheepIihly Brooker New River Graham 1r
subject to the why it's Important for you to take _will spending '
and Hampton government
"as then 11" cress
soon as you can go, _' h In the Democratic
Qp voters
its just as good as having'gone ,;.., will Primaries of the In May. If elected dischargethe to a good look at the way the government and take steps to encourage production' '. .

01 this duties office.connected I promise therewith to In a spends your dollars.Govarnmant nil at ion will be stopped and this is the : ;'
fair and Impartial manner. Your :'
Brewer Foundation& vote and support will be highly appreciated only it can be stopped.
1946, United State respectfully should bagln l now way .. .

seu..artnnminmmtmmmmnmimemmm iniiiinnmi nnnr.snerrpnnnsmner7+uiumain anmrmianul lour E. ,i. Lewis. to live within Its means Write your representatives in Congress ;1': '.a

FOR District SCHOOL Me.BOARD S today. < .,

\ ; To the Democratic Voter of necessarily ,
the government .
During war
WlNKLER School Board District No.3, Bradford

Electric Service I hereby County announce Florida:my candidacyfor spent huge sums of money. Yet, with the Urge them to cut the cost of government, ..'

the of office public of Instruction Member of from theBoard war over, the government plans to spend eliminating! all waste all unnecessary

222-224 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. DUtrlct precincts No 8, comprising .the... New voting four times as much in the coming yeas services and postponing all expendi '.

River Graham and Hampton subject tures that can be put off until our war bills
THE OLDEST IN TilE CITY" to the Democratic Primary on as it spent in the highest pre-war year. .:

May 7. have been paid.
If elected I promise I to do all that
one man oan d o In the Interest and :Most thoughtful people believe that government
and the
RADIO SERVICETHATSATlSFlESTryUs I school welfare In of my our district children and In thecounty expenditures are now far greater Urge them to make the government start -* "

Your as vote a whole.and support will be than they need be. living within its means at a level that '

sincerely appreciated.Respectfully .yours., you and your neighbors can afford to pay.. \ ? >
< Russell H. ( ..n. Jr. .
They believe that government, like a

-- Notice Is x0TICIt hereby given that theundersigned family, should live within its means You'll see the results soon in the cost ofeverything I

Is engaged In business than it takes that you buy food clothing 1-:
of it should spend more
{ W'e Complete under the fictitious name that not .
Strive ,To Carry The Moat at 109 West Call St.. be doing .;:
tor. else. you'll
Alvare going and everything ;,{
8t rke. Fla. and Intends to register in that it should not-keep on b' ,
Stock of Tubes and Parts the said fictitious name In the Office country real service. : '.d .". 1 14k
of the Clerk of the Circuit deeper into debt. your ;'
I ; l'f
Bradford ,

i I 8.Cup Vaculator ____.______________________ 3'95 Court_of W. H. Orabam, ktar4t.. Fla. I $ri.

i 1 *-C 1Ip Vaculator ________________ ________ "J 3-J1 Chin'l 4- !? COCRT.. BRADFORD i.! ::;h'.r.t. r .

j "eready 2.CeU Flashlight, complete __________ !. IJf COUNTY PKH YLouise FLORIDA 1M' CHAN fouR DOLLARS a fulcfrj la tkt tfatttntl An<<""I.. -/ Manujmcturtn'; i. : "\ 'i.* I J
! bird Everlike Matting 25 yd. roll, 36 in. wide __ 8.75 Defendant.Willis. Plaintiff Cs e .No... James 44(7. 14 Wttt 49tk Strut, Nm Yfrk 20, N. Y., will brig, ,..r ctpy ./ Hit toftrmmlift .tf
Willis y:
' Fat t Radio A &: B Packs, 1W V-A, 90 V-B ____ 5.95 t. ORDER AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR totkUt _* ,.", ,......,,, ipt.
!10ecca Records _________________ -37, .53, .79 each STATE OF FLORIDA residence lot U Chero-James ""-t..
tTenter Willis, whose .
i Hearing Aid 45V Type and 14* V Type dice, Alabama.You required. to appear on

Blow Torch _____________________ 1.25 April II are 1.4.. In the wherein above plaintiffs named :
I make ____ 4.s0 Court Bradford County NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
Electric Soldering Iron, 60 W ___ ..eks divorce publish this Order ..

.I I. C. A. Electric Soldering Iron, 115 W ________ 7.50 In nextpfour weekly Issues.Witness official i,
hand and
We Can Furnish Your Lighting Fixtures seal at Starke my. Florida, this Mach For a Better Tomorrow for Everybody

US 1I. 19u. SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs I
RADIO TUBES WE HAVE THEM (. Clerk ..f aald' Court.Kach .
We Can Furnish Fans in 12" to 48" Size I Atty. H.for Klf"U_Gainesville.4t ,.,

Don't Hot Water Heaters t BRADFORDfOKITY.
Forget Duo-Therm ix cmcrrr COCTIT.
' Also Duo-Therm Space Heaters 1 c>anY.ldaml. Plain .
II Wllkerson Anderson
See 'Us About Your Wiring Needs I tiff.. vs ra.John. 1'1.' .T.. 447J.Anderson

_.... .-. """.''' """. -,"jji ORDER OF PUBLICATION
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___ _. DAY, ALS@z _
I "II,

z SOCIETY and CLUBS Out of Town Visitors Winsome Class BridgeLuncheonAt Baptist Circle NoticesCircle ThomasEveraoAnnouncement

Honored GuestsAt Met Last HomeThe
Are FridayA Chapman. One of the. Woman's

Missionary Union of the Baptist to !
Buffet this
Mr. and Mrs. 'W. B. Sewell Celebrate Silver SupperMr. lovely surprise shower was home of Superintendentand Church will hold its April meet- Week ot the rnaJ
held for Mrs. James Lewis immediately :Mrs. L. F. Chapman, at the Cpl. VIrginia Eversole p
and Mrs E. L. Matthewsand ing on Tuesday afternoon, April
Home P. M. following the regular State Farm was the scene last Blanding,
Wedding Anniversary Tuesday daughter
; Miss Madge Middleton were 2, at 3 p. m. at the home of !
Thursday for the) beautiful bridge Updike of
meeting of the Winsome Sunday Mrs. Maxie Carter Lakevukkn
hosts Saturday night when they on Road 13,
Standing against a beautiful 1 porch. entertained with a buffet supperat School Class of the Baptist luncheon given by Mrs. Chapmanand just south of Starke. Mallory C ThOtnaa,

background of silvered magnolialeaves During the evening Miss Virginia Mrs. I. N. Breazealle's colonial Church at'the home of Mrs. Mrs. L. F. Chapman, Jr. Mallory! Thomas, 8.
Mr. and Mrs..W. B. Sewell:1 Sewell, daughter of the Quantities of sweetpeas, splrea, The or'
Lewis St. Circle No.
home on Klngsley Lake honoringthe on N. Church Friday 2 will meet at 3 ceremony
received their guests Tuesdajevening r hosts and a voice student at calendulas, nasturtiums, roses and by Judge J.
out-of-town visitors who are night. p. m. Tuesday at the home of R, Towlsck
from 7:30 until 10:3: Florida State College for Women other Spring flowers were artis- Butler
in the Mrs. A.. A. Durden on ThompsonSt. on
city 'now.Sweetpeas Mrs. R. E. Mundorf was co- Wednesday
o'clock at their home on Walnut In Tallahassee, sang "I Love YouTruly" tically arranged In clear crystal Mrs. 11&
St., when they celebrated their ; '(Bond) and "I Can't Be- snapdragons, nasturtiums hostess with Mrs. Lewis to members bowls and placed to advantage charged Thomas expect III
wedding anniversary gin Tp Tell .YouLittle Miss and calendula were us- of the claaa and the presi- from service In
twenty-fifth i- throughout the lower floor of the I '''Circle ''No. future
3 will
A picture, taken when they were I Phyllis.(,Langford of Frostproof ed In decorating the lower floorof 1 dent, Mrs. E. D. Tenley presidedover spacious home in decorating:,for home of"Mrs. meet ,at the home and they will! nil
bride and bridegroom, hung above -. also sang the traditional) wedding the home for this occasion.: i a brief business session. The this 'delightful affair I D. W. Moore .onWeller here where Mr ''l'bo

the .fireplace Immediately; songs ,during ;the evening. ,They Supper was served buffet style I group made final plans for the At the conclusion of three rubbers Mrs. S, St.E. Sparks Tuesday leader.at ft ,p. m. gent of the Peninsula|
behind them. from the attractive wide pine class banquet to be held In April. surance Company.
were accompanied at the piano at 1Ir,
of Mrs. Joe
bridge, Spears, was
Mrs. Sewell was gowned In an different times by Mrs E. I. board table which was centered Bowls and vases of sweetpeasand Jr.,- of Cattletsburg, 'Ky., 'houseguest I Circle' No. 5, the Klngsley Lake 194%.discharged from the,

exquisite silver igrey aSk crepe .Biggs., ,Mrs. L.;< A Canova, and with a wooden boevl holding an roses were used In decoratingthe o( Mrs. ,J.' W., Kincaid,'was Circle, will meet at '3 p. m. Tues- '

model featuring a deep lice yoke Mrs. J. W. Kincald. The three arrangement of calendulas and living roomwhere the bus presented 'with'a double deck of I day' at the home of Mrs.' Lt 'D. '

effect'made i>over pink. Her flow- plariisU played soft, appropriatemusic nasturtiums. Assisting In serv- ness session 'and shower were cards as ,her reward for making: Halnes oft ''Walnut St. 'I Choir; Supper Enjl

ers were a shoulder corsage of throughout the,evening.An ing were Mrs. W. B. SeweD, Mrs. held. -. A. ''low, arrangement of high score. She was also pre-! __ l ', :Members
orchids. With this she a E. L. Biggs, Mrs. Junlus M. I of
wore added attraction was the"Bride's sweetpeaa centered the table in sented with a corsage of sweet The Business Women's the Chotr
I Circle
rhinestone bowknot In her hair Smith, Mrs. H. C Ritch and Mrs. Methodist
Book" which each the which cov-
guest dining room was peas and a box of note paper, as will meet Monday evening, April sat
with matching rhinestone ear was asked to sign. K. O. Duncan. ered with a beautiful white lace gifts of remembrance from the I I1' at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. guests enjoyed a Upper

rings. She carried a real rose During the first hour the Guests were seated at small cloth, and from which individual hostesses. Mrs. Kincaid, made Wiggins on Thompson St. recreation building Frtlbr i l

point lace handkerchief, a gift,ot; guests were greeted at the door tables placed in the living room, cakes, sandwiches and punch were second high score and received I't Mrs. John Moyer Is co-hostess. The choir Is now holdu,

an intimate friend, Mrs. Roger by little Misses Florence Brown library and on the spacious. front served buffet style. Lighted a box of stationery. In a. game:[I Mrs. C A. Knight will be in each Friday night for lilt

Wella of Winter Park. and Margaret Rose Duncan and porch. candles in crystal holders balanced -''of bingo, Mrs. J. W Andrewsalso charge of the program. musical program and

The living room where the receiving by Marcus Brown. Others Those present were the honored the floral centerpiece. Mrs. received a box of stationery. I followed the supper 'lbt

Tine stood was beautifully assisting the hosts in servingand I guests and their hosts, Mrs. Joe Lewis was assisted In serving by The other out-of-town guests WCTU about 18 present.

decorated In pink silver and entertaining their guests Spears, Jr., of Cattletsburg. Ky., Mrs. Ralph Cox. Mrs. Carrie Jane Frank of Dublin PostponedThe

green; pink .carnatlonav=:Duefeeaa were Mrs. J. D. Cottrell of .Lees- house guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. .Gad and Mrs. Marguerite regular Mrs. ,Carrie Jane lnl,
Present were Mrs. Tenley, Mrs meeting of the W.
L. Beasley and Mrs. J. W. Kin- Mrs. Leonora
roses and pink gladioli predominating Dickens of Marianna who Varnaio,
burg, sister of Mrs. Sewell, Mrs. are C. T. U. which
' Fred Pellum, Mrs. Cox, Mrs. was scheduled for
caid; Mrs. Carrie Jane Frank and lln, Ga., who
j" ffr M. F. Brown Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Charles Harper. Mrs. Paul Can- house guests of Mrs. L. D. Vin- March 29 is postponed. This an- spec:
Mrs. Leonora Varnadoe of Dublin weeks
AIL white was used In the din- Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. J. W. Ing were presented with corsagesof nouncement is made as guests of r.rr: e
Mrs. One Mrs.
Ga. guests of Mr. and Mrs.L. ova, Wiggins, by the president U D.
s ing room. The dining table,] Kincaid, Mrs. T T. Long, Mrs D. Vining, Mr. and' Mrs. William Fred Rosa, Mrs. Lewis Haines sweetpeas and boxes of note Mrs O. E. Stansbury. their home.Vining, left Sill!
which held the three-tiered wed- E. L. Biggs Mrs., L. D. Vining and Mrs. paper as gifts of remembrancefrom
Lloyd Jennings. __
of San Fran- /L .
ding cake, was covered with a Mrs. Edward Burn, Mrs. J. E. P. Ferguson the hostesses. -.. 1 ""- __,_,,_, ___
Calif. of Mr. and
handsome imported Italian cut- Wilson, Mrs. Frank Wilson and cisco, guests . Following bridge.. A. two-course
work linen cloth. Tall Mrs. K. G. Duncan; and Mrs. J.I Mrs ooelter Hostess ,
burning Miss Jane Laye of Jacksonville, Mrs., luncheon was served'in the dining
D. Cottrell of Leesburg and
white candles' in threebranchedcandelabra Mrs. J. B.;Cottrell Camp Blan- Minnie Fair, Wells of Winter Church Group room. The long luncheon
balanced the central "jTo table was covered with an exquisite -
ding, Mrs R. F. Demorest, Miss Park, guests of Mr. and Mrs.i
embelllslm ent. Other I
table ap- Ethel Spence, Miss Jane Spence W. B. Sewell, and members of Ladles Auxiliary of the I Italian cut work linen

pointments were also of silver. and Miss Ruth Rainey, all of the night and Thursday Presbyterian Church met at the I cloth and centered with a low
Monday '
Further carrying' out the twenty- Thomaavllle, Ca., Mrs. Roger clubs. home of the new president, Mrs, arrangement of sweetpeas and
night bridge
fifth anniversary motif were the Wells of, Winter Park, Miss Vir- H. E. Boelter on W. MadisonSt. I spirea. Marking the places for

white napkin embossed with the ginia Sewell Mrs r... A. Canova ., Tuesday evening. the guests were white place 'cards
silver numbers "1921-1946" and and Mrs. E. J.. Matthews. U. D. C. To MeetThe Mrs. Jeanette Young conducteda holding miniature bouquets of

the white mints made In the '
Bible and round-table sweetpeas.
Quiz a I
Out-of-town guests attending
W. T. Weeks Chapter,
shape of miniature wedding bells discussion was held the Those enjoying the luncheon
In addition to the abcve named D. C., will meet Wednesday among
and decorated In silver. An out- /
were Mrs. W. A. Fischer. of Jack- ernoon, April 3, at 3:30 o'clockat members. In a short business party with the two hostesses, the B
standing. floral arrangement of sonville, Mrs. Joe':Spears Jr., of the home of Mrs. M. F Brownon session, plans were made to meet out-of-town 'visitors and their ti u d fti" ,
calla lilies white
snapdragons, .J D. Cottrell at the hostesses, were; Mrs. A. ''z.' Ad-
Cattletsburg Ky., N. Walnut St. Mrs. L. D. Church Friday morning to
tuberoses and white Iris, placedon of Leesburg, J. B. Cottrell: of Vining will be co-hostess. begin work, on new seat coversfor I klns. Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs.J. z

the buffet completed the din- Camp Blanding and Frank E. the church. E. Wilson Mrs. J. W. Andrews, ,lyn lti
ing room arrangements.Punch .
Wilson of Jacksonville. HostsThe Vases of ,spirea, petunias and Mrs. Fletcher Burnette, Mrs. T.
Young People
waa served on the Mr. and Mrs: Sewell.were fortunate honeysuckle'' were placed on. the F. Grady, Ms. T. T. Long Mrs. ahvo

screened porch from a punch having their Don James Sub District Meeting of mantel and a low arrangementof J. F; Guy, Mrs. R. G. Kidd, Jr.. 'ip jo Ce0t
bowl made of Ice, and a varietyof '* a
colored O. Sewell, who has recently been the Youth Fellowship Group will I petunias,I centered the table. Mrs.A. N. Holllday, Mrs. Junlus _
gaily fruit and sprigsof discharged from the ; with M. Smith, Mrs. Morgan Rlcharde, ado et dot Ig
mint frozen at Intervals be held In the recreation buildIng Mrs. Boelter was assisted by Mrs. 4 r 1a
0 Q
throughout' the. ice 'formed ''a fur-'I hem,. on this happy occasion. of the Starke Methodist B. C. Holtzendorf in serving refreshments Mrs. N. Sternberg Mrs. M. F.
Miss Gayle Sewell their eldest Church 1 at of cake Brown and :Mrs. E. L. Matthews. eats.t o0 t.
ther decorative note to the punchbowl Monday night, April I sandwiches, uO *tfSV %>
resting on a lace' covered I!.I daughter! \who ,is a dietetic In- 7:3O o'clock. The young peopleof .r and coffee to the 12 members c0 441 V <&* p'N

table. A bouquet of pink radi- terne In the Cambridge Hospital. the local church will be hosts. and one visitor present.reaentaiive Mrs. Duncan Hostess

ance roses was also used In dec- Cambridge Mass., was unable to A

orating the table while tall floor attend. 'y,,i '.' Morning Party'Mrs. ''

baskets of pink gladioli were About one hundred and twenty : K. G. Duncan entertained \ -\90oo't '90 .-

placed at vantage points' on' the five guests,!'failed during the receiving .
at her' home'OB N. Walnut! :,Stk : iorlt .'a''f crtflr.wtlt.x: vt ,: tit ,
hours. ; .. 'Coca-'
-., SatUrday"omlng' with
PRESE''NTI'I4C'' t '' 4f s s ;of' ,.r.. 'Cola'party-in'honor: : of heir i [ (yr !

..,to 'Itl ., State, 'SupervisorOf ',i' ,:-,{' UqOa: : "*'.'Fer-cUson'J ;or, J rest(Joe It! E(( JfJ tL.{9J' I I-J.l 4A1 1

G ., \ .., Lunch Program I 'Well: 'JtTtonX VBrjr>eek{that ;f. .<< ti. .' SpearsV Francesco.-3of Cattletlburg* Ky.

Medicines t w.4 get to tJtttfM '4 adver Wed- J" "* .'_>_ ,. ,
Family J
Speaker At P. T. A who'Is a 4 Mrs.-J.' W.'Kin-
guest h.AE
\.. }
Which Should De "On" .... ding Annlve"s rY, -\ ihe happy Hear ,that Joe n'! Mollie ,Edwards :;ald/'and_Mrs. Carrie Jane Frank u '" k
event at the,W. B. Sewell homeTuesday are getting along fine
Mrs. Thelma
Your Medicine ShelfFLORIDA Flannagan, State and Mrs: I.:Leonora, Varri'adoe, of .
of the School Lufcch night made the cu..entweek managing the Gilbert Hotel dinning f
Supervisor in' Beach with Dublin Ga..:, who were guests last FOOat
LIVRA TONE Program and Dr. M. B. Herlong quite, outstanding room Daytona roGOOD
were guest speakers at tin March Glimpsed many out-of-towners the "aid of Joe's brother, Elbert, week. of Mrs. D. Vining.. '

i II I A MOO. ErnenvaLAXAnVE meeting of the Parent-Teachers among those dropping in to of- and sister-In-law Ruth Bowls,of sweetpeas and roses

Association on Wednesday afternoon fer congatulatlons'and chatteda They'll be glad to see any Callatreeters were placed about the'room the Blue Taver

| oisiamo to PROMOTE at the school house.'Mrs. moment with Martha Fischer, who happen down Day- where the 40 guests were entertained -

VIGOROUS HEALTH Flannagan spk'3.on the vivacious- wife of one of our for- tona way '. Seems that Sundaywas with the honoreoa. Delicious -

mer pastors ,- Seems she now the birthday anniversary of refreshments were served
PRICE $..00 legislation '"which has been passtdthrouglrCongress -
has a pleasant position as of- Elbert and Elaine Edwards so with Coca-Colas during the morn-
,and Is now
REDFLO' ; ficial hostess at the SnyderMemorial Elaine and their mother, Mrs. ..aof+<
before a committee concerning
Church In Jacksonville Mae Edwards, spent the week-

A Splendid Spring Tonic the provision of free lunches for oJ. In spite .of' the "no gift" end In Daytona with the others ing.W. S. C. S. To MeetThe

$1,50 underprivileged school children. admonition members of the Elbert and Ruth returned .

_-- She also made dome suggestions Monday and Thursday night home with them and stayed until
,. Woman's of Christian
Ho Vom .ff.r WKfe Society -
for improving the present school bridge clubs just couldn't let the Tuesday .. .; Hear the Winsome Service will meet Monday "rat t

! BACKACHE ? cafeteria and stressed the fact occasion pass without some Class members 'of the Baptist afternoon, April '1 at 3:30. Circle

that nutrition is the ImportantItem token, so they Jointly presentedthe Church are planning a scrump- One will be'' entertained by Mrs. 1,. .
!>.. to A In the operation, of. any Sewella with a handsome tious banquet In April which Annie Lou Godwin and Mrs., W.

KIDNEY TROUBLEK10110PLV.iI school lunch program.Dr. ." pair of silver candelabra they are Instituting as an annual F. Chandler at their home on N. r':

Herlong made a' brief re- Also noted .was a very "attrac event Cherry St.Circle .

h..,!>*.. tk. a.j ... pprt on the progress made to tive" gift of sixty silver dollars v* ,
j wee fur a gaarler 0' a ...' Two will meet with Mrs.
......... .ry. date by the Bradford County stacked one another-a remembrance And who should bob
B>wnrl H. Arm ... Lea upon up along W. O. Halle at her home N.
i Pal.., Vrvqavnt ur ......,. Pmmmm*. Hospital Association and the from a very dear Call Street Tuesday afternoonbut on
.ad ..... Temple Ave,
Murata (Ion when trine went .
passes nr. rear Vtmtmtum "'...,.. group on record approve friend Marguerite Langford of Evelyn (Stephens) Kendrick
Are q.lekyl """* t.k... Kiimo- ing this and will cooperate In Frostproof An Item of interest and husband, Col. George r ,.. I
KI.UMII. BOW. It ...d. .. fli..h tk. In the
any future
Kld.ep..ad. lllmldvr. tmrnmnvm Ik* way program. too was the cleverlyshapedsilver Seems he's leaving the service "l.

flow .t Url. .. .
l their _.,
u.u.. w...<. .. ..work.. Vo..ay of rllmltt .*-_ appointed a nominating Sewella' old friends, ex-Governor '. Evelyn plans to turna BEIfERHEALTH
fftt relief wltklv. a few .ou.... committee to propose names for Spensard and Mary Holland ". hobby into a flourishing business

I'RICE!: 75Phelps' : officers of the Association for Altogether a very happy occasion fashioning custom made

the coming year. The ,Commit leather handbags She was .
Liniment tee is composed of Mrs. Paul carrying one that she had made ,Prepared "As You Like It"

For Aches & Pains $1.00RQSlOOD Canova Mrs. S. A. Weldon and Seems that Jeanette Klncald'! herself, and 'twas certainly a

Mrs. H. C. Ritch. Mrs. A. J. new pre-Easter bonnet with the ,smart accessory l' Seems they by Chef '!Pop" :Pullum

lfea Ilt Thomas Is chairman of the Beau- red cherries on nit was quite the have already 'made arrangementsto

ebIC tification Committee.Mrs. center of interest at the buffet place all they can turn out In NDRINK
given by Madge Middle- Now back at the Blue Cavern and sertinihis
upper six
0..1...... roU Flannagan (Is making" a top fashion marts--one ex-
t.reI_ I I : tour' of the schools of the state ton and Hazel and Gene Mat- clusively in each of six cities old friends as they like-to be, send:

e and was a luncheon guest of MI'.. thews at Barbara Breazelle's lake .'They were on their way from

Fem Itiibweilwrllla R. A. Green Mrs. L. H. J!n- home Saturday,night In the George's former home, St. Augustine New customers especially welcomed

nlngs and Mrs. Paul Canova at zany .mood that seemed to pre- to Tennessee .
vail, everyone' (even Junlus _
the I
Wanm tine ROSB BUT Supp........ Avery Inn Immediately pre- Smith) took turns modeling said Sorry to that Mae Sis- 'u CATERING to CLUBS
the report
IdoU for rtimina minor ...,..,... K tko ceding meeting.At .
VxbM. k.rnln. MIMUOB ...mom to thee chapeau which Incidentally seemsto son has been suffering from an
,. W4 ,. sunup ollmlnMliM wnMnral the February meeting of the be nothing more than a whlap attack of asthma this week .' and PRIVATE PARTIES
............ UMnby promMlM) MtwVi MC Association the following delegates ,
mat "_Ion.. of straw, a bit of,veil and a cas- Had to close her stand one day, MORE t -
A *>Uhtal aid t. rtmtnln. ..,...... were elected to the State cade of cherries "Is It a hat and Call Street didn't seem the '
Teachers' ,
Meeting 'which la being ; 1
,1.0OWoman's or is It dessert?" some wit want- same at all J. A. Brooks reports -
held in Tampa next week; R. r;:. 'Regular Dinners
Turner ed to know Incidentally Bar that his new grocery la FRESNOR ,
Comfort Brooker School. L. H.
Futch bara's lovely home. was the In- doing a flourishing business) In Short OrdersSandwiches
School Mrs. Essie
For Douche $1.00 spiration for many ohs and aha Green Cove, as Is everything else ., .
Crosby, ,smaller schools, and F, among thosewho. had not al- in that fleet-struck city i I : '*

Aamo-Eze S. Smith Mrs. R. F. Demorestand ready seen it After trying a sample I'm per-
Mrs. C, J. Frazier Steaks Chicken Sea ,Food Beer
Beneficial In Starke -
loosening tbe choking fectly willing to let M. C. Wareand & ,
t mncuoe which is present In SchooU. ,,The: group will leave Spotted an' Jotted Julian PeekIn Orady Ridgeway have their 'GRAPEFRUIT t' ... _

conditions of Bronchial Asthma ThhiWiytmOmlng as sessions be- town wearing a discharge but- way with their slogan: "Let Us'

thereby promoting eomfortaMbreathing. gin In Tampa that afternoon. ton and trying to get on the trail Do Your Squeezing" Their JUICEICE

PRICE SUOPhelp" of a few civilian clothes Sunshine Juices are truly much CURB SERVICEOPEN

Jr. Woman's Club Mae Parker blossoming out witha tastier than the juice, I struggle COLDPRODUCED ':\', ,

t SalveFor Plans Buffet diamond ring this week-from to eke out of an orange at BY .,' -

Piles, Cuts and ,Supper Tommy Mercereau. of course home, so from now on methlnks
Tire George Sllcox augmenting the 111 take their advice 12'NOON UNTIL 11 P. M. DAILY
Open Sores 65c regular April meeting1 '(If ,
force at Harry Houston's -
filling SunshineJuices
the Junior -
station Walter King, In the .
Exclusive In This Section held Wednesday night. April 3, And don't forget To-
BY at 7 o'clock In the Club Build Navy for to these many years. night's the night for that BHS
along Call Street In civics LeHerman's dance at the armory .

Ing.All Several eager beavers trying to A 16-plece U of F orchestra ,
F. R. CarradineLAWTEY members are urged to be find Lex Green to get their nameon (plus vocalist) will supply the The TAVB10th
a buffet Is BLUE
supper "the list" following the Kaiser- music, and from what I hear,
being given to welcome home old Fraser advertisement listing the 703 TEMPLE AVE.
FL.*. club members they're really big time So
new club members and welcome In the Starke Motor Co. (one of Lex's long. .. See you there Wholesale & Retail Street Near S. A. L. Depot1.t
new Interests) a* its local rep- Carolyn.



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BITS of LOCAL NEWS from while Cpl. thews-Hood enc Unknown.Tens Woolen. whose residenceIn .I>.

You are required >.ar on
Bragg N. C.
and'Mrs. Roy Mathews of April 3t3 I'*6,ilntthe above namedCourt .

Mr8. W. ,W. Page and and Mrs. M. D. Carter and Mrs. Dr. and announce the engage seeks and divorce.cause,Bradford wherein plaintiff County I. It's a matter of pride .
* and weekend Oscar Carter villa Tenn., and approaching marilage Telegraph shall publish this Order I .
: of T amP were were Sunday dinner of Mrs. their In next four weekly Issues.witness I
daughter Martha
en MrvV, H. Struth and guests of Mrs. Johns' nephew Anna, my hand and official'
tsof I and niece Mr. and who is Leighton Hood son of Mis. heel at ra arke, Florida, this lotarl'hWl"FIl'IAL
Struth. Mrs. J. J. home of Mr. S7th, .
Kate Hood of Palatka.
N. D. Gross of Jacksonville. SEAL) A. J Thomas,
Ie Representative foot. They The Mathews family formerly All Clerk of said Court. lir No, were not bragging, but
PlantSfwU Mr. and Mrs. Paul Canova were St. Hy Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
aUeWthe fun- shopping In Jacksonville here and Martha is a grad Xncti H. Ivvuiflas, tlainesvUle. PlaAtty i
Wednes of the
Mrs. R. Q ; of BHS and was recently for Plf. a-u u .. we are proud
Noah S. Wain- day and Mrs. Canova
uncle and Rev.
of bls by and Mrs L. D. Haines part of this after 2 1-2 years in l-v: CIRCUIT' roi-RT. BHiuroni) %
were with which
I workmanship
ht 1 He was I shop. with her : WAVES as a Phm. M 3-c .'OCY1'Y. V1.OHIUAI CIIAN.. s
} there
T. 1. Wainwrightwtey. ping Thursday.Mrs. ..tell Y.
her uncle law. Mr. and which time she was eta OlHdvs Ooodmsn, Plaintiff. va. ''\Il\\I '
Emma each is ba
\ garment processed
Carlton of Jacksonville Cutshaw. Johnnie 1\l "
at the Brooklyn Navy O Ooodman Uefemliint. \ i ...
and Mrs. D. E.,. ,Knight came Monday to spend Mrs. L. L.. C.1'0.: 4631.ORDER \\:1: %'
1 1. OF PUBLICATION .I'; our plant. Thin feeling of
Jacksoavllle several days this ;a
at week with
t Sunday ter Merle, Hood Is a graduate of ANt NOTICE TO APPEAR :
: brother and eister-in-law, Judge STATE! OP FLORIDA to: John t\
'and Mrs and daughter, schools and Is employed nla 0. loodman, whose residence Is il I \ pride results from the satfo-
.h.orge M. Eby of WIn f.Gar- A. Z. Adklns. Palatka, a clerk In the Browning and. Ships Cook lat Class, U.N.N. Receiving .

\Val a weekend guestof( MrIt Mr. and Mrs. James A. Tuckerare" Rev, ana. Clothing Store there. California.. tUtatlon T I., Ban" Pedro ; ,faction of a good job well

Nollman and Miss Catha: : moving to' Gainesville Monday Friends You are required to appaar.onApril done. We believe that' will
at their home .ont to, make their 9th. 1(44, In the above named you take pride' also in
Nouman Mr. I
name of 'die Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
,)ladlson St.: Tucker Is employed at the University. the returning seeks. dlToroe. Bradford County your clothes after they are returned to you from our
Mrs. L.. S. H.qtto, had Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
1', and home, with ing In The'' Ladles Auxiliary of the next. four weekly: Issues.. plant. '
f theft children at Mrs' M. L. Maynard of Alachua Church will hold its Witness my hand and official seal ,
when they cele- Marion .st Starke, Florida, this March STth
Sunday Is
anniversaries spending a few days with her home from business meeting in the 1948.
ed the birthday daughter, Mrs. J. B. Alexander. Service Center N. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
Hutto and son, O. p, ergency As Clerk of said Court. I'HONE 135
Irs. afternoon thep Mra R. R. Thede and son, Illness of his St. Monday afternoon, Zu'h, H. Dnu.Ias. Oain.svllle, Fla.
in the Ricky, of Jacksonville Ally. for Plf. 3-29 4-l
to spent last 1, at 4 p. m. 4t
Green Cove Springs Mr. and 315
visited week with ROUT
p aboard theN her mother, Mrs.: P.H program will be on the iv CIRCUIT cotMT. iut"i>p >Hiit
going Mrs. W. H. \
enjoyed Mr <'{) 'M' ,
Long. Thede came for TY Kt.OHIU IM CHAN.
Thank Offering and Mrs GREEN Temple
anchored there. Catharine IKHV.Hrnest ,
Petteway oT weekend and they returned to Hoover is in charge. H. La 11, Plaintiff, VK Colon '
Raleigh and the
Ldge W. their home Monday. rose Adell Lall, Defendant. C'e' No. Owner Aye.
ml, enroute to.Jacksonville Mrs. B. S. Carroll Palatka 41311
and children
the guest and Mrs. Mary Fuller of Jack. a Junior at >> NOTICH TO APPEAR I
i Ennis Saturday night..' sonvllle to her STATE OF o'LOJUUA tot: Culon I
were Sunday afternoon Adpll) Lall, whose residence and (0
'. G. Struth of guests of Mrs. Carroll's mother, visit with and Mrs. H, C. Broadway address Is Crewe, Virginia
was recently discharged Mrs. F. H. Long Mrs. G. W. the birth of a daughter You are required. to appear on i
In April 29, 1946. In the above named '
after serving
fi the Navy Mr. and Mrs. Ivan R. Stinnett Z. Adkins Suzanne, on Friday, Court and cause, wherein plalutlffseeks I '
{ pacific as a Lieutenant Com- of Tampa spent the weekend Mrs. J. W. 15, In the Alachua County divorce. Bradford Count

[ider, visited his mother, Mrs. with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Duiahi- L. Beasley in Gainesville. Mrs Telegraph In next four shall weekly publish IssuesWitness this. Order I NOW ONrv nIs.IDLAYLSq

H Struth, and sister, Miss mer and family. Jacksonville Is a sister of Mrs. mY hand and official seal I
night. nt Htarke, Florida, this March IK,
stiuth, Monday Kasper Duncan, son of Mr and Friends Johns and is the former) 1948. '

1'. and Mrs. O. J. have Anders movedto andy I. Mra, K.: G. Duncan broke his left that Mrs. H. Ruth Bennett. Mrs. Broad Aa(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said )Court A. J. Thomas, : .... Large

ion George, arm just above the wrist Tuesdayand Improving at and new daughter returned Hy, LuclllA C. Conner ft C. ,Assortment
their home in Lawtey, was..taken to St. Luke's Hospital recent their home here this week. ( h"... 11. Hess 104-05 Iteally Bldg.Jerkaonville. .
a '
living in Jacksonville for .ii ,
r Jacksonville that night. probably be for Plf. 3.29 4t 4-lfl .
[past four years. Mr. Anders'a He returned to his home later in pital soon ,Church .- 'I Easter ,Cards
foreman with (the k "
section !th" week.. NOTICE TO APPKtR,
Arthur TO: n. S. fUiAl>:IIECK
board. daughter; 'Mrs. Miriam Klckliter and Miss Mrs. Henry First' Christian Church on You. (0;. H Ilradnetk, whose address a.
Hra. Shellle Hall and ; Sammie Klckliter were in Gainesville corner of Call and Christian ,Is unknown, are required toappeaf Egg Dye
Monday in Jack- Buffalo, N. on Tuesday the lard day
iron, spent
",.' Tuesday visiting Miss Doro- National announces the following ser of rllA. 1>. 1916. before the
hillefn thy Clair Klckliter who is a for Sunday. Circuit Court of Bradford County,
A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. J., Fred They will nighth Judicial Circuit In and for EasterBaskets
tient In the Alachua County Hospital Bible School will meet at 10
. the State of Florida to answer
Jr. left Miss
Z. Adklns. ,
f and A there where she underwent m. with morning worship at the Rill of Complaint filed In said 1
erday for a 10-day trip dur- ployed in Court by Thelma Tucker Hrndnet. tY-4,1'
I which time they will visit In a .foot operation Monday. weekend a. m. and evening services I said Hill of Complaint ,prayingfor
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark returned at 7:30: p. m. a l Divorce a' vlnculo molrll>lonll. rY .,
trleaton, S. C., where Mr. Ad- Miss Janet And you will please take notice vv I
from the Citadelalso j to their home in Miami weekend Prayer meeting la held at 8 that In default 'of said I npiiearttnie
; graduated Decree, Pro Confesso will be """ Make\ YourSelection +
recently after a visit with Mrs. m. Wednesday evening. The a entered *
spend some time with crlef at the against you.
Adkins' daughter, Mrs. B. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Co!. and this week Is the 17th Chap It Is further ordered that this Now
j D. Sr. Order be published In the Bradford,
Wainwright, Sunday of John.
i>ape Jr.. in Norfolk, Va.. Mr. spent several County a newspaper 1 I
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright Rev. W. Q. Smed- T..II.rapn.a.; .
Kins will on to, New York Mr. and pastor, published fnr County,

jy for several go .days while his were Mr. and Mrs. W. M. family while will speak In the morning on : neiutlve Florida, once weeks a week before fur the four return von --e-. -_... .......... :.. ,I'

|ther and sister remain In.Nor- [Wainwright and children of to their advances made recently by day In this order and notice. i I
', Tallahassee.A Christian Churches of Florida WITNESS: my hand and the seal The' Following New Merchandise I;
spending a of this Court this 23 day of March,
T. Andrews went to Jacksonville will give an evangelistic ser A. 1>. IIU.COo'FICI J
Effie Johns Mrs. Mena Florida.
re Next Week
'' Tuesday, where he plansto in the evening ( At. BRAD A, J. Thomas, Is Due ,To Arrive : ;
utchen, H. D. C ztet: ,, .Mr. Mrs. Mabel Clerk of the circuit Court, ITad. ,,1 ...
begin employment soon.: ; "
liam ford County, Florida. 8-2! 4t 4-tl
CU> the ehufs seed ad of Mrs..Leslie Biggs and daughter ville Friday. Colored Shelf Paper; ,

n i T. ParrlNh. In lUaaalfled col- Barbara .Sue; are spending a ('Iltcl'Ir ('at n'r: pltun"ORO S I
: .
and Rods
Mr NTV. FM>ltll>,'| IN (.ILt1i-. Fishing.Reels Fishing, '
while Ben Rowe,
$ S-8 4tp With her father :Phil IIY. >
r t'urker Bart,, Plaintiff vs. EXPERTSERVICE .. Leaders Mlnnows.Swivels...
guests of. ,, .. J: Hart. Defendant. Case Fish Hooks a *

week Manassa-by.. the ORDER AND 4534 NOTICE OF.,r-PimUOATION TO APPEAIIZaTSop RA: .D"l O Single' Burner. Hot Plateful 1 "I'' II

[AUTlr SPRING DRESSES! !tr : J. M. Reddish 11Ine'1, ; + $ J. Hurt, whose CXA>KIUA residence to:' tJar-I,* .: r'V. 1. Double'' Burner Hot Pla

Manama, .. No. /. 410 West 13th #)! 4
) edaaturday : I ; ... Norfolk .It Virginia ,' il;. : ,- .. .lr t.4n. ", J Banter Candies

tI'J. ... ., .. '1 'to' : recenUy: 29th.are required Uta, In the to !above appear nam-on : I, '. > I I/ ," '1 "n I '..i' t

-- -,-"rC1"'r"1 navy fol : Court and cause,' Whftrrtn plain- Cameras : .. ... ,111,! d.! ., '
-ss ks dlvorrs and restoration :" '
and h. "
2 .a Okinawa '
maiden name Bradford County Wash 'Clothe (IIIToweI+
fornia. after .. snail publish thin Order j "'" "'( 'fi'! ''''!' .'... ..
: ,i EASTER Miss next four my weekly hand Issues.Witness and .official Chas. C.SHEPHERD. .. ; II (.. '

y r panied by I. at Starke, Florida. thin March AND A//iJVl', OTHER 1TE IS r

Thomas .. .1 ....','
"' 'f I,. SEAL) A J. Thomas ..: ,
I .. .. Thomas Jr. Clerk of said Court. .
J I Lucille C. Conner, I). C'
Sunday at
: H. Duncan 617 Lynch Building,
weeks II I.-, 1gLh

\i there teacher.as a 1,' CIRCUIT. for IMf. cotiiiT.- 3.OIl-'OIl'OitO 29

Is .
course l'Ot'N'I'Y FLOIUUAt I'M CIIAN.
: Tallahassee. .
"j Logan Plaintiff, VH Wil
e-1 I Tallahassee Logan, Defendant Cane No..
tion .

11 piJ' resentative Miss in AND, whose OK NOTICE FLORIDA residence TO APPEAR to:and William ad- 5 Piece trEAl:? \FAST ROOM SUIT JI

quarters .MM III I Unknown.. .
Tuesday You are required to appear on tJ

man E. J. : 29.and 1941 cause, In, the wherein above plaintiff namedt White Enamel Finish

it a print ward Burns .. dlvorre and cuntody of. minor
fancy, or Fund Bradford ('ount, Tele
:,! you War nhail publish thin Order In
a figure defining In progress.Col. four weekly l>Huen.Wltneeit 29.50
my hand and official
solid? D.
at BlarTte' Florida thin March
{ No matter days In St. 1948.
of the week SEAL) A. J. Thomae
I what your Clerk of Bald Court.
heart desires ness Lucille O Conner, T>. C.
Mrs. joe D Morgan Fifth Floor
in an Easter lIulldln.Jack.on"III... Fla.

f i't I t
tletsburg, for Plf. 3-29 41 4.19
,( dress, we guest of UtilityCabinetsM
1k have it. Dainty Mrs. O. L. ClltCIIir! COURT nRADPOHl)

M prints touched weeks will FLORIDA IV CHAV-

w4 with ruffles tot for a few Y.W Corya Plaintiff v...
Defendant. Cane
enhance your femininity before 4530 DavU Corya 32.50 -

tr.t your favorite Mrs. W. ORDER!: OF PUBLICATION
S navysparkling ( OK FLORIDA to: Lael
with Johns .. Corya. whone remldenee and New
vention of ... I.I 111 Ogden Avenue,,
crisp white .. ., Pa. Shipment
which was You are required to appear on

frosting. Hotel in o 19.Court 1944 and, In cause the, wherein above Beautiful Pottery Base 'i

and seeks divorce. Bra dford

I }.i ; Mrs. In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Isnues.this 12.95
Marlanna ... my hand and official Table I Lamps -
week of Mr. at 8tarker Florida, this March

r Ing left 194 SEAL' A. J. ThomaK. V'V axe

home. Clerk of said Court.
Lucille C. Conner, D. C 1\ NEVA-WET
JUST RECEIVED, Mrs. Frank Lnndrum. Stark Florida
went a for Plf. '-U 4t 4.18

SMART r ville Vincent's flRCI'IT -COURT BRADFORD ; Inner Spring! Crib Mattress

is' slightly : '
.o. rwrwlck. Plaintiff "
and. 12.95 -
Mr. K: Ha r wick. Defendant. .
SPECTAtOR at San .. No. 1629.
1r grips K Berwick whose residence
PUMPSRobbins' I address Is ,.1 N. Main $t., l. Genuine Feather Pillows 2.68
r- '
/ In their the home.state .: You. are 8. C.required to appear en pre

S9. 1148. In the; above named
MM! and cause, wherela plaintiff
Bradford County
University In divorce.
weekend next... four shall weekly publish Issues this. Order NOW ON DISPLAY

and Mrs. W. ..... my band and official seat
Htarke. Florida, this) March 28,
Mr. and Line RCA. & ARVIN RADIOSIT'S '
son. Jimmy, : .Clerk of sEAL said )Court A. 1. Thomas, .
rutfU this Lucille C. Conner D C. II I
Mrs. O. L. Frank Landrum Htarke. Florida I
,-. for }'if. "3-tf tt t-n
Mrs Roy
Tuesday with (,.. FLORIUAI IV IHAV-.
of, H V John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
Dyal H. Woolen, Plaintiff, ".. :
County ... Tens Wooten. Defendant.

P Friends will .ORDER No. 4S11.PUBLICATION .4 A ; PHONE 151 STARKE. FLA.r .

cent serious OF FLORIDA tot FlorV



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. I week's vbtt With mann Alkemade, whose residenceand t946. In
. .S Glade a next tour
HOW I TIIINK WE CAN e C . S I address Is The Hague Holland. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.. J. Thomas Witness weekly 1.111"
Mr. and Mrs) R. S. Rosier. You are required. to appear on A. Clerk of said Court. my han",
BEAUTIFY OUR COMMUNITY State Farm Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Coker. Sr.. 'April 18th. 194S. In the above By Lucille C. Conner. D. C. at Starks, Florida and 0
named wherein R. :H. Duncan,' HT t15
Frank Court and cause Lynch Building 1946.
( By Doris MoncriefOne Mrs. J. H, Verner seeCs divorce. Bradford Jacksonville, Florida. Atty; for Plf. (OFFICIAL
fly Irene Oochrane By Mrs. Brymn WbltfleldDKATII Coker of Jacksonville were sup County Telegraph Mho.ll publish 3-10 4t 4-5 A. Clerk SEAL 1.

( in a. series of articles on a . . . . .. e per guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. this.Order In next four weekly Issues. Ry Luclli.of C said' CourAt,
students 11 CIRCUIT COURT., BRADFORD T. Frank Ltndrrner. I). Co
beautification prepared by Bradley Monday. Witness my hand and official .
of the 9th Grade Civics S 1-c B. F Geiger returned N.':DUKES OF MRS. ROBERT Herbert Flllyaw of the Shore seal 21st. at 1946.OFFICIAL Htarke. Florida this March CEItY.COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CIIAN. Atty for Plf. atark 1.1,

Class at BUS.) home Saturday after receiving his Patrol Division. WSN returned to ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Monroe J. Whaler, Plaintiff, vs. USE
discharge at Little Creek. Va. He Our community has been sad As Cleric of said Court. ICvelyn B. Wbaley, Defendant. Case
Towns are somewhat like peo- has been in service for about two dened by the untimely death of Bainbridge, Md., Sunday follow- By Lucille C. Conner D. C. No. 4469.
ing several days' stay with Mr. T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Florid, ORDER OF PUBLICATION
ple. When we are little our parents years. He is the'son of Mrs. J. Mrs. Robert N. Dukes of Jack- Addi- Atty. for Pit. ,-U 4t 4.11 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 66
and Mrs. M. D. Young. (
P. Dickinson. sonville. Before her marriageMrs. STATE OF FLORIDA to: EvelynB.
have to keep reminding us. tional Sunday visitors of Mr. and IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Whaley. whose residence ana address -
Jo Webb
to keep clean. Well, I think that Johnny Hogan and his sister, Dukes was Betty Mrs. Young were Mr. and Mrs. COUNTY: 'FLORIDAI IN CHAN- la Laurel, Delaware.You .
of Augustinewere daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. CERY. are required to appear on ?JlPrePatiaEAT
when Camp Blanding came to, Mrs. Henealey Holmes and lived here from her W. E. Flllyaw and son, Tommy Florence O. Otto, Plaintiff ".. Paul April 8th, 1946 In the above named .... .blpt...
Starke'it alas busy growing up visiting: their friend, Miss of Lake Butler. S 1-c Roy FIll- ,II. Otto Defendant Case No. 4609.I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .Iy.. .s
girl-hood until she was seeks divorce. Bradford County v.....
Ida Hagan Sunday
and people had to live here if I married. She died Friday after- yaw is now with Mr. and Mrs. I NOTICE TO APPEAR Telegraph shall publish this Order
they liked it or not. But don't Mrs. Beck. Kenny Thomas and the birth of their Young on his annual Pacific STATE OF FLORIDA to: Paul H.
noon following; :Otto. who. residence and address r.
you think we could have triedor Mr.; and Mrs. Burkhart were little son Robert N. Dukes Jr. leave. Of Interest to their friendsis II. % Crown--Can--Company, Eric

could try now to make It shopping In Starke Saturday.Miss Interment was in E3x y Chapel his approaching marriage to H Street, Philadelphia, Pa. V at JCES

more pleasant? Here are a few Elizabeth Phillips of Cemetery at Worthington Springs Miss Violet Allen of Kentuckyand April You 21 are, 1944.required In the to above appear named on G.QIU

that I think most every Jacksonville visited her father, Jacksonville. The weddingwill Court and
things Sunday afternoon. Sincere sym cause, wherein plaintiff 3 Miles North of Starke on Road 13 '
town needs to be nice to live in. J. D. Phillips and aunt, Mrs. pathy Is extended to the bereaved be an event of April 15.: Telegraph seeks divorce.ahalf publish Bradford this County Order .'

First of all, It would help Alice Jones, over the weekend. of the family. In next four weekly Issues. -
Starke very much to have a park and Mrs. H. members e a e . Witness my hand and official
Miss Ida
Hagan Fried Chicken
seal at Starke. Florida this March and Sea Food
with pretty flowers, shrubs and D. May were business visitors in WEINER ROASTAt 20. 1948.
nice benches. It could have a Gainesville Tuesday. the home of his parents. New River (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
As Clerk of said Court. Our
fish pool or a pretty fountain too. Miss Hazel Phillips and James Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Tyus, Friday EV Lucille C Conner D. C. Specialty
Next, I don't believe it would I in Jacksonville Sun night Kenneth Tyus was host to By The School T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Florida
Trlest were
hurt much for some of the peopla day afternoon.Mrs. Bill Nail, Peggy and Frances . . . Atty. for Plf. s-it 4t 4-12

to try and keep their yards clean Caldwell Harold Godwin. Carolyn : IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
to J. C. Cochrane and Mr. Church Services were held Sunday COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN.
of the old buildings
) Williams Helen
or some Crews, Betty I CE1tY.Marie .
Castleberrywere morning and evening at the
be torn down, repaired or paint- and Mrs. Murray Whitfield, Carolyn Bradley andSonny" Phllomena Belli oer Hurst EARL'S
I shopping In Starke Friday. The object of Long Bridge Christian Churchby Bartsch Plaintiff, vs. Joseph rturt- 6ARAG
Misses Eva Mae and Lillie Mae Engram. the Rev. Fred Dodd of Mid- sch Defendant. Case: No. 4499.
this gathering was the roasting: ORDER OF PUBLICATION
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION Trlest Ruth Slbley, Grace Dick- of weiners over a bonfire and lakes.Mrs. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR One-Half Mile South of Starke on Road 13
: inson and Irene Cochrane and Agnes Williams and STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Joseph
with them the Junior group enjoyed Bartsch, whose residence and address -
I Ernest and Thomas Trlest attended cookies and candles and daughters, Lois and Agnes, and I 18 6030 Market Street, .Philadelphia All Kinds of Auto 'Work
: church In Hampton Sun- grandchildren Maryland, Pat and Pa.
Coca-Colas. You
are required to appear on
day night. Barbara, of Jacksonville, were April 19, 1946, In the above named ALL WORK USED Wrecker
Mr. and Mrs L. V. Williamson BRIDGE CLUB MEETINGMrs. : visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Court and cause. wherein plaintiff GUARANTEED AUTO PARTS DAY
F seeks divorce and restoration of OR Md
were in Gainesville on business J. C. Wallace was hostessat Crews Sunday. Maiden Name. Bradford County

I Wednesday. her home Wednesday after Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Renfroe Telegraph shall publish this Order

a Walter Swindell of Alachua noon of last week entertainingthe and son, Samuel, of Vanderbilt m Witness next four my weekly hand Issues.and. official
spent the weekend with hIs State Farm Bridge Club. The were visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. L. seal at.Starke, Florida this March USEDCA

mother, Mrs. S. R.. Swindell and three tables were placed in the Johns and family Tuesday night. loth( 1946.OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas

family. living and dining rooms where Rob Andrews of Jacksonvillewas As Clerk of said Court.

Elmo McGee spent the week there were vases of roses of out : visiting friends and relatives -, T.Atty.Frank for Landrum Pit Stark 2-22 Florida,
4t 4-12
end on Hall Lake with friends.J. standing beauty. The regular here over the week-end. _

J. Zeigler spent the week award of high second high and Mr. and Mrs- Wllbert Mann and IN JUDGE Tim COURT OF TIIH COUNTY

end with his daughter, Mrs. R. C. "bingo" prizes was made respectively -, small daughter (of Ocala and Mrs. FLORIDA BRADFORD IN PROBATE.COUNTY, ENJOY GOOD FOOD ATSTANLEY'S

Dampier and family in Starke. to Mrs. Tom. Conners, Gladys Mann of Lake Butler were In reEstate ofJoseph
M. Alvarez,
Mrs. S. R. Swindell and Willie Mrs. H. M. RIcharde and Mrs. M. visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Johns Deceased. '

Swindell were shopping in Starke E. Griner. At the end of three Sunday afternoon.Rev T. All Creditor and Prrmomm Hav-
leg Claims or De..d. -A.alns
PHARMACIST Saturday. progressions Mrs. Wallace serv- Fred Dodd and sons, Jonnie Said Estatci RANG

Don't forget' prayer meeting ed ice cream and cookies with and Danny, of Mldlakes were You and each of you are here .

Wednesday night and The Christian coffee. dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and by notified claims and and demands required which to presentany you.

Phone 64 STARKE Convention) here Sunday. Mrs. E. A. Sapp. In the after- or either of you have against 3 MILES SOUTH OF TOWN ON ROAD 28
and the estate of Joseph
Mildred Williams M. Alvares,
welcome.( Misses
On-the-Minit Service Everyone noon Mr. and Mrs. Sapp and Mr. deceased, late of said Connty, to
Rex BrooMns of Hampton Claire Hill students at FSCW Dodd and sons attended the sing- the County Judge of Bradford

spent Sunday with Clement Ral- spent part of their Spring vaca- Ing convention In Starke. County, Florida, at his offloe In
the court house
G ley and family. tion with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. The Farm Bureau Meeting was Starke Florida, of within said eight County calendar at

GET 7NE Mrs. Sidney Qrlffls and son. Shepherd having come from held at New River school Friday first publication months from the time of the STEAKS --- CHICK
of this notice.
: Mrs.
with Mr. and
Sd Jr. of Lake Geneva spent Tallahassee
night. Lacy Johns Ethan Sapp Each claim or demand shall be In
$PEEDY SURE Saturday with. Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd who were in that city and H.' L. Johns became mem- writing;, and shall state the placeof
4aVj Swindell. for several days the early partof residence and post office address SEAFOOD
RELIEF FOR AC/P of the claimant and shall
last week. bers.Mr.. and Mrs. R. R. Andrews be sworn to by the claimant agent
ed. Also, a few filling stations or attorney and any such claimor
\\INWGEST/ON Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Adams returned made a business trip to Gainesville demand not so filed shall be
around town could afford' to be
to their home In Atlanta, Saturday. void. DINNER PARTIES SOLICITEDFARMER'S
kept much cleaner by that way EDWARD BUftNS
1 Ga., Monday after a short visit The New River School children As
executor of the Last Will and
the beauty of the town
I helping with Mrs. J. B. Treadwell andMr. enjoyed a trip through the Testament of Joseph M. Alvares,
-BEX50 and in helping themselves deceased.
so doing
and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. Ad.
BISM&Carpenter's to have more business. Coca-Cola plant In Starke Fri- First publication March 22nd
ditional guests of Mr. and Mra.Bradley day and went to the show. Everyone 1948. 8-J2 4t., 4-12
Who likes a dirty town any- .
Sunday were Mr. and had*a nice time.C. .
? We don't I'm sure so come NOTICE
way Mr Reese Bradley and sons of E. Andrews was In Brooker NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on let's try to make it a nicer the undersigned are engaged In
Jackllon l11e.
place to live and we will like It Sunday morning. business under the fictitious name SUPPL
Drug Storr Mrs. J. B. 'Segree :of Palatka Bill Williams of Lake Butler of Hollywood Camera and Olft

better. and her daughter; Miss! Joe Nell was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Shop Starke,located Fla., and at 212 Intend East to Call registerthe St.,

Segree of FSCW Tallahassee. afternoon. said fictitious
crews Sunday name In the Of- '
DR. JAMES F. LOOMIS came Friday< to' ''visit Mr. 'and Everette Oalney Brooker was floe of the desk of the Clrcult CORNER 10TH ... Court of Bradford County Fla.
OPTOMETRISTSuIte Mrs. J. I* Williams. When her visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. E. An- J. R. Ulna-ton and R. L. MIKE MARUCA Owner

109-10 Masonle Temple Bid*, Jacksonville Phone 5-6098 guests returned home Mrs. Williams drews Sunday afternoon.Mr. Teuton Btarke, 1'1.


HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED REGULARLY Lake City where she was the Sat a business trip to Gainesville Sat CERY. FLOR1UAI. IN CHAN

4 "We Render a Complete Optical Dispensing Service" urday overnight guest of Mr. and urday. Evelyn Wallace, Plaintiff, vs. Norman .

Mrs. O. W. ,Ferree.Accompanied The convention of the Christian 4611. Wallace, Defendant.. Case No. TARPAULIN12x14 !

f t by Mrs. V. D. churches will meet with the Long ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND

Newton, Mr and Mrs. S. R. Foster Bridge Christian Shurch SUnday NOTICE TO APPEAR
continued their trip from Ft. April 14. A basket dinner will be Wallace, whose residence Is Alle- 15 x 20

t Lauderdale to their home In served at noon and everyone is ghany Work House. Box 56,.Blaw-
s nox" Pennsylvania.You
Knoxville Tennessee Tuesday cordially Invited ,to attend. are required to appear on $18 $34
after having been visitors of Mr. April 22nd, 1946. In the above named -
Shy Brown of Maryland Is Court and cause wherein plaintiff
and Mrs. C. M. Turney for abouta visiting his ,mother Mrs. Truby seeks divorce. Bradford County
EVERYBODY week. Joining their kinsmen Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn I Laying Mash .' .
Hodges.Our next" four weekly Issues. :
ENJOYS EATINGAT here Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. JohnP. school '::1 out this week and Wltnemn my hand and official Starting Mash .
Turney and daughter, Mary seal at Starke. Florida this March
as usual the children are glad to tl, 1946.OFFICIAL. Broiler .
Mash .
Carol and Mr. and Mrs. Charles I. -
( : SEAL) A..1. Thomas,
be getting out. Most of them

The PARK CAFE W.and Turney Margaret and daughters of Joanna wUl be at work on the farm soon. A. Clerk By of Lucille said Court.C. Conner D. C. Pig Ration . .
Jacksonvillea James U. Dr.ndl&lI. Lynch Building
were--- dinner" guests" IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD Jacksonville Florida. Western :Yellow CornBallard .
Mrs. Turney. COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN Atty. for PH. 3-U 4t ..12IN

Mr. and Mrs L. A. McDowellof Robert CERY.K. Olvln, Plaintiff, vs. CIRCUIT COURT.- BRADFORD

Delicious Regular Meats Tampa were visitors of Mr. Eleanor M. Olvln Defendant. Care COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN
4514. CERY. Ballard
and Mrs. M. E. Griner from No.ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Robert T. DawkLns. Plaintiff ".. &
Healthful Vegetable Plates Thursday until Sunday. Other NOTICE TO APPEAR Bertha Mae Dawklns, Defendant
Case No. 4481.ORDER .
Short Orders guests of Mr. and Mrs. Griner Olvln, whose residence and address OF PUBLICATIONAND
during the week-end were Mr. I I. 149 Post Avenue, Lynd- NOTICE TO APPEAR
hurst N. J.
and Mrs. Martin Relnau of You are required to appear on Mae Dawklns whose residence Is
Palatka. April 19th 194*. In the above named Route No. T. Oalnesvllle. Oeorgla.
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff You are required to appear on
During the past week Mr. and seek dlvproe. Bradford County April IS. 1946, In the above named -
foL Mrs. P. D. Fancher have had aa Telegraph ihall publish this Order Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
G a e e k divorce. Bradford
HDEN In next four weekly Issues.
visitors and
Mr. Mrs. Charles
official Beat shall this
Witness my hand and -.Iiafo'a: erl\q\
S11PP Cloversettle and children. of at Starke, Fla., this March Slst. Order .
'ns 194(1.( Witness my hand and official seal EXTRA FRESH BRO'
Tampa.Mr. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, at Starke, Florida, this :March 14,
and Mrs. Ralph Cox and As Clerk of said Court.
RUBBER GARDEN HOSE daughters, Cynthia and Prlscllla By Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
Chas. R. H..". 101-05 Realty Bldsr.
are at home with Mr. and Mrs.R. Jacksonville, Florida,
With Brass Couplings H. Cox until they are able to Atty. for Pit. 8-JJ 4t I'll '

find living quarters In Live Oak. NOTICE- D EU t S

25 Ft. Length 50 Ft. Length Mr. and Mri. Dick Jones and Notice Is hereby given that the NSIMAN
daughters. Linda and Lee. have undersigned are engaged In business
3.25. 5.95
under fictitious name of jsCt
returned to their home in Belle Sunshine Juices at 703 Temple Ave., I \ = fir f
atarke Fla. and Intend to register
Brass Hose Nozzles .60 the said fictitious name In the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Bradford County.. Fla.
-tt. C. Ware, 8tarke, Fla.
Grady Ridgeway. Starke, Fla. i
Grass Shears 1.50 3-1J 4t 4-11 _.

Wire Lawn Rake e' .. 2.25 : f. H. Klmbrell.Defendant.Plaintiff, Case vs. Velma No.

117.brell. '

Bamboo Lawn Rakes 1.25 Enjoy,Real STATE OF FLORIDA to: Velma
Klmbrell, whose residence Is 341*
I ,Honeat-toGoodnegsHOMECOOKED North Kossell Carolina.Ferry Road. Charlotte 3. OWN PROPERTY?

You are required to appear on
Garden Rakes .70 & 1.25 April 11. 141. la the above named Fresh active right to YIO
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff goes
MEALS need Windstorm
**eks divorce. Brad ford County so, you
telegraph shall publish u.I.: Order No lost action-no extra steps. Helps give
In Clean QuietSurroundings In neat four weekly Insurance. Cost Is low. We'll
Weed Cutters Witness my hand and official tastier bread smooth texture- '
'. '. 1.40 seal at Starke* Florida, this March furnish flavor-light,

list.( 1116.OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thema.A. estimate. freshness! IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-always

70STEMPLE Clerk By of Lucille said C.Court.Conner D. C. .. Fleiachmnnn'a' active fresh Yeast with /=5

GALVANIZED GARBAGE CANS AVE. Zsrh H. Douglas Gainesville\ Fla. the familiar *
1.25 and 2.50 Atty. for Pit. a-12 4t 4-11 Charley E. Johns yellow label. Dependable /

IN CIRCUIT: COURT. BRADFORD for more than '70 years-America's
favorite.I .
Phone 13
Cornelia Antonlus Alke-

BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. ,r ette made,Wllhelmlna Plaintiff vs.Maria Helena.DreesmannAlkemade Henrl- ... / r"rtr.

: 4515. 'Defendant- Case No. rvrzAr


r I Hearlette Wllaelmiaa Msrla Dr.1 ...

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MtaCH 29. 1948Ii

I she IN nnrviT COVRT. nninrnnnrOI'NTV. April 8lh. 194$, In the above nitmrd I
-- to Tallahassee where
=--- plaintiff
-. ; FLONIlstt ]* rilANCKHV. Court and cau" wherein
-- E WMA 11'S ())E>INB()N will! resume her studies at PSCW. : eeeka divorce and reBtoratlon ofmaiden
Bradford CountyTe..raph
She spent the Spring holidays Anna. Marl Kracko Qremm. Plaintiff name.
with her parents, )(1', and Mrs Detendant., ... Ludwig Cane Kdward N,). 4461.\ Or.mne, next four shall weekly publleh....u.thin.. OrderIn I
By Billee Ross J. ,L'. Home. ORDER OF Pl'IlLU-ATION Witness my hand and official
for you ANn NOTK-R TO Al'l'WAIl seat at Starke. Florida, this March ,
Course MrlJ. Alma Saxon left Tuesdayfor BTATK! OF FbOIUOA to: Ludwig .
eoljege' The other day I happened to be at the rail- Jacksonville where she entered Edward Oremn"1'10.." :rvnlduncaand 5th.( 1545.OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I
n road station and saw an example of racial prejudice for ad dr.... Is 81 "Sonier Street, As Clerk of inld Court. I
the Riverside Hospital
Brooklyn. New York. T. Frank andrum, Starke, Florida j
'A'DUere'almportant that made my blood boil or run cold-I treatment. She was accompaniedby You are required to appear on Atty. for !lt. >-S 4t a-u I '
EtIlSES haven't yet figured out the exact temperaturebut -- her friend Mlsa Jessie Lee I
anyway, It made me plenty mad. Wright. REASONABLE
I want you all to know that I am a bornandbred W. A. Scott, pastor of the First

dyed-In-the-wool Southerner, always Baptist Church announced this
news young t in of fine and upright
have been, and always will be. I feel Just like week that there will be services every sense
men lo<< and over (17 with par all the other Southerners! feel, and sometimes evenI both morning and evening At that modern serving and unusual carefulnessin
'' ente' consent). Under the GI 31. All
r I am ashamed of my feelings because I don't think church on Sunday, March guarding against needless expense
Bill oL Rights,if you enlist in thm' are cordially Invited to attend.
L1\ that It Is really Americanism. But I want to tell
before October 6, .
U. S. Army
; KJEJHrAk you what it was that I saw. *
; 1946, for 3 years, upon your dif A group of soldlera was getting on the train, as usual. Most Methodist Church
m will be entitled to .13 I
tit, charge you all of them were veterans, and this particular evening there were '} :
Brown of DEWITT
of college, trade or bus Mrs. Fannys Painter C. JONES f j
months education. Tuition several who had Just been released from the hospital. Some still Lakeland and Brooklyn, N. Y., 4 I
school SERVICE
i a ness achool had casts on their legs, and among those on crutches was a colored will be guest soloist at the Moth AMBULANCE
y up to $500 per ordinary And will< boy. He stood back until most all the other soldiers were on the odist Church Sunday morning at Funeral Director :

'I year will be paid. you car, and some of them were standing back for him when the con- 11 o'clock and will sing "He That STARKE PHONE TOur I
.- receive $65 monthly living alowance ductor abruptly told him that he couldn't get In, the car on the Dwelleth In the Secret Place" by
r -$90 if you are ma. left. The negro finally asked if he could go through that door and Burham. Mrs. Brown receivedher local funeral home enables us to I

"_ ried. Get the facts at your the conductor hesitated, not wanting to let him and finally, In a musical education at Albright offer conveniences and services not

nearest U. S. Army Recruiting very gruff way, told him he guessed that he could. The poor sol- College, Reading, Pa., and received otherwise; available.We 1 I

Station. dier climbed up the step as best he could, with a foot In the cast : voice Instruction at the Metro ,
and two crutches. A porter did help him and another GI finally politan Opera and Carnelge Hall furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and
offered assistance. In New York. She possesses a accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, issued by ANY company

p. Q. Bldg. Jacksonville Fla. In my opinion, this is carrying prejudice Just a little too far. rich contralto voice, and will singat as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation I
250 After all, this colored boy wore the American uniform, he was an both services Sunday. At the carries no obligation. I

_.____,-4 ._,_., _,r- .-.- .. .. _.- -- '. American, and he had been wounded fighting for American free as morning his subject hour, the"Ye pastor Call Me will Master" use- I

DiSTRIDUTOl S I dom. Looks to me like he fought for nothing, when he stood there, ,
I4 tILITAIRY to like he dirt under a man's foot.
a cripple, and was talked was to
All young people are urged I
JEWELRYOYS Yes, that's carrying things a little too far, even for a Southernerlike attend the regular meeting at
RMY SUPPLIES me to grasp. It seems to me that they deserve at least as 6:30 p. m. Sunday to help make iY LEARN

SHIRTS TIES SOCKSAll good as we are doing for the Germans, and they aren't even getting plans for the sub district meet-
that. Ing Monday night when they will \; TO Fly !
Let's try to curb our prejudice a little,' anyhow and especiallyIn entertain members from Waldo,
Must Go At ASACRIFICE a v case like this. After all, there are exceptions for everything. Lawtey, Lake Butler and Melrose. ,

The evening service at 7:30p. : under the
: m. will offer plenty of con
At The TabernacleOn St. Mark'sThe gregational singing. ,

Order To Make Room For New and Bible study BILL OF RIGHTS I
In Friday evening March 22, Rev George Alexander, Prayer praise G. I. II I
Merchandise evening. Come
each Wednesday
the Tabernacle congregationheard Lenten Preacher In St. Mark's
a stirring and challenging Church will speak on "The I and bring your Bible. I

THE address by William D. Upshaw, Church: The Body of Christ" on at
former U. S. Senator, on the Friday evening, March 29 at 7:30. Be Quick TreatBronchitis
AUTO theme, "Building Citizens for The continuing presence of JesusIn
ARM HOME & Uncle Sam", the Christian Community STARKE AIR
Mr. Upshaw is doing a won- should be emphasized in all of PORTi

SUPPLYWill derful work In teaching citizen- our post-war planning.
ship to the school children of Mr. Alexander his endeavoredto Chronlo bronchitis may develop If j
bronchitis -
lead the Friday night con- :Four cough chest cold or
Florida and Instilling temperance /
Open In This Location About gregations at St. Mark's Into a totakeachancewithanymedl- \
ideals In both young and old. He afford :
April, 15th of His constant In- creomulsion I
has been heard twice in the deeper sense cine less potent than For InformationCall
of the
In the world. And grow- which goes right to the seat .
Guy Andrews, Part Owner & Manager school here recently, and In several fluence trouble to help loosen and expel germ '
his helpfulness 1
churches. He was accompanied ing congregations attest laden phlegm and aid nature to V. S. St. John142 1I r
44 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.NOTICE. to Starke by D. B. Allen In an el'neBt and deep, If soothe and heal tender.1n11amed rI I

.- .- .- .. U AU _. _,-4 -, _._""'-.-00 of Gainesville. simple questions manner..and An discussion opportunityfor is bronchial Creomulslon mucous blends membranes.beechwood I I
treats at the byspecUl processwlth other or
I Recent spiritual Cen-
.1. Tabernacle were graciously given given In the Church Service time tested medicines tor coughs.It .
ter afterward. contains no narcotics.
by four guests from New York No matter how many medicines Kidd A.U.S. Res.
10 o'clock Sun- Richard G. ,
The customary te Maj. ,
City of the Rev. and Mr George you have tried ten your druggist
Park-of-the-Palms, day School and 11 o'clock morn- sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with
Tibbitts .
: F. Ing service will take place on the understanding you must like thi at Phone 63
Heights. cough,
Keystone the permuting
with the Young People's way It quickly allays r
In- net and sleep or you aw U
events of special
Coming meeting at 7 p. .
Service League have your money back. (Adv.
terest Include the anniversary m. Starke's visitors are always
service and roll call of the welcome at these services aa well r
church, Friday night, April 12i; as the Thursday morning Com- i iIWII
also' the State Convention of the munion service at ''7 a. m. The "'
National Christian Layman's Church Service Center Is open d RE :: Ma.EY
Association, begin
DeadlineFor Evangelistic dally until 11 in the evening for
ning April 28 and lasting through the armed services personnel and ,

May S. for Starke's young people.Hampton. at CANNON'S NEW GROCERY

H Accepting Meat been A mandolin added to the and orchestra.guitar have I . 'S . IN THE WINKLER BLDG. 220 N. Temple Avenue

Church. Of ChristThe March 30"Specials
Saturday ;
To Be CuredIs meeting at the Church of Dy Mrs. M. C; Sweeney ,

Christ In Starke Is Increasing In 1 a . . .

Interest and the gospel is being BETTY CAROLYN ROARK 14 bottle .18
Gibbs I Ii'
Catsup oz.
31st preached without fear or favor. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roark announce '
March This series of meetings will con- the birth of a daughter.
tinue through April 6 with ser- Betty Carolyn, on Thursday,
V held each evening at 7:4$. Alachua County
vices March 14 In the )
A. Waldrep Johnson, minister of Hospital In Gainesville. MM. Tomato Juicef46 oz. Can -.29 ,
the Springfield Church of ChristIn Roark Is the former Miss Virginia
Jacksonville is the guest
and will have special subjects Dyal.Mrs.
STARKEICE speaker Aileen Sloan and children,
for the regular services Invitedto Dorothy and Billy of Plant City Corn No. 2 Can .17
All are
: next attend Lord's these Day. meetings by W. and Mrs.are Oma guests tee Gray this of week Jacksonville cf B & M Cream .Style ,

COMPANY Herron, Minister. their aunt, Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth.
Mm.' Horace D. May, Mrs.

... CARD OF THANKS Claude L. May and Mrs. W. C. Flakes 11 Pkg. - .10
We wish to thank our many Kammerer spent Monday shop Cora oz.
%_I friends and relatives who gave ping In Gainesville.
hoursof and Mrs. Seeber God man
assistance during our Mr.
bereavement in the loss of our and daughter, Harriet, of Starke lb. Country lb.

DANCEFriday I dear Reddish husband.-and(signed family.and )father Mrs,,,'J.J. M.Reddlsh. M.. .i Plckren.spent Miss Sunday Barbara with Home Mrs.returnedBUG J. J. Fresh Green Cabbage .05 asA Smo. Sausage .49


Georgia Ib. .46

March 29 Sweet t Potatoes 12%

es: Daisy lb.

*i TRANSFER ''COMPANYLOCAL Juicy I .07 tb.Oranges < Cheese - .45

Starke Armory

Each .
PHONE 179 Choice

.Music. By ( FRANK BROADWAY L* M. GAINESIN Bell Peppers .05" At All Times!

Perry WatsonAnd Italian Spaghetti 1 lb. Jar - .17

THE sotTI'HEASTrj7 (,. ,

His U. -of F. Orchestra More people drink- any other.Ic "

must be... Jar .21
9tillSponsored Heinz Baked Beans, 24 oz. -

Hothouse Mushrooms, 4 oz. Can - .42


Letterman's Clubof CANNON'S GROCERY

B. H. S. ..

AlFws----EER. "The Friendliest Store In Town"

Admission 1.50 and 2.00



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I' w Manager j Small Fire SaturdayThe At Pine Level .Church I nlsh the music, and we will have
| some of the officers of the Grand

I : t Charge of Bamboo .1 City PI I r e Department 1 Lodge with ug.

i answered an alarm at 0:30: Saturday We hope and trust that all the
John I. Warren has been ap- I night following a small fire I Iw brothers will attend every meetIng -

poInted, manager of the Bamboo which started near a '35 Ford's I \ night as we will need your I I Iv

Restaurant and Bar, 325 Temple { gas tank at Houston's Service I help in planning; for this event

\, Avenue it was announced this I Station corner' of Madison and I Beginning: the first meeting I

WOT*.,. Mr. and Mrs., J. W. Edwwnto Walnut streets. night In April, the time of openIng -

Jr.. continue as owners of our meetings will be 8 p. m.
I The' foams: ,,-:; to have
Vktt establishment, and are nowojftr
been instead of 7:30 p. m. 'Y
1it faulty wiring
-ilng the Gilbert Hotel Resiataat Visiting brothers are especially
was brought under Control by afire
*h at Daytona Beach. .
extinguisher before invited.W.
Warren who has been employed truck's arrival. Henry Williams, e P. Bennett, NOble Grand. '

I* the restaurant, during the past negnouowrme .of ''Jhe vehicle, said .' NOTIOI (C' ,

t yes:. U a native of'Quitman Ga.IWatbarged that thert. Ma rto damage. Notice In hereby given' that theuhdernlKned '
'. front" the 124th In- i jare' engaged; In l busl-l bfi p eel '
nest under the ,,fictitious name of '
I; ,tttutry''ot tn.. 3IM: (Dixie) Dlvi- Tax'Deadline Near SunnhUfr. Juloea ft 70S Temple Ave.,
elpa July 10. 1942 he has been SLarke, Fla. and Intend to registertha

% resident of Starke since then. Saturday will be the last day Office said of the fictitious Cleric'" of name the In Circuit the
his home at 410' Court of Bradford Fla.
ttoj//b snaking:
county property owners can pay -!\t. C. Ware', Starke. Fla.Grady 4 '%xz.V. .
Mast Madison with his wife, theformer their 1943: taxes without penalty, Rldgeway, Starke, Fin, .

Dorothy Mathews' and Collector C., A.; Knight announced L- -- .
their 'two children today. The books are officially : FL.OIUUAI. : CHAN-

closed Monday.. April 1st. and CKIIY.CHUFA: .
A. H KI"h.an Ole instil va. V.Ima x__
penalties will thereafter be added Defendant> '" -.N :
I Klmbrell, : Case
R. Paul Miller radio director of .
I 4518. '
as prescribed by law, he stated.
Fort Wayne, Ind., will speak on ,. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR -
"The Jewish World Tragedy" at STATE OF FLOHIDA to: Velma

LIQUOR & WOMEN 1'lto'HftOWNFALL Authority onDEAFNESS the Pine Level Baptist Church,'I Klmbrell.Rotten Kerry. whose Road residence, .Charlotte la, 342ft t, ;, :. ) -

O F &E'ENVIARO.D Wednesday, April 3,,at 7:30: p. m. North Carolina. .
hoi I Here You are required to appear. on -
!: } April 22, 1946, In the above named
TO 'THE BROTHERS OF Court and cwuee, wherein plaintiff THE
I ? Almiilu California Liquor Web, April 3, 1-5 P.) M. MAY LODGE NO. 13, IOOF *..ek* divorce. Bradford Countyl'el.gr.ph AiNDV5K ABOUT
I shall this Ord..r'Innext
end women, the downfall of
113: Lafayette Street, Starke As May 16th IJT our Anniversary -' four weekly Iflsuen.
arMY a Ko:
the 'downfall ofan open seal at Starke., Florida, this :Starch:
nrcome We need you to help make thisa 2lHt, 1948.OFFICIAL.
Almrilan a seven year big event. Refreshments will ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
As Clerk. of said Court.
Y 14 boy! f$ be served, the band from Jack By Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
Die boy was taken Into CUH sonville's Lodge No.6.', will fur- Zach H. Douirla, GalnenvlllH. Fla. /
tidy of Almeoda'poll..e recently Atty. for Pit. 3-22 4t "..13I f l
a J
JM ho lay In the place where x. "'.Wile' N'"Ilalitrlllll' .IIIIIIIINIr114UAlIIIIWl/I' / 'IIIIU/iIIINIAIIINIId11gIIIIIneIIII1IYIIIIIlIU1411NIIIWWIW/ ,' "
Hsjoor In reputed to take those I ; zi1
rfco drink not wisely but too 4 The rilkWsF TTarisFIF i "i DSN i

fnuch thn

,I **My girl' friend tempted me"! i 1 1.2 Miles South of Starke on Road 28 ,

ft* explained to" officers an Your 'i'n
Racap '
they lodged hint in Almeda ''We Will. .

......itjr Juvenile detention hon.,.. Bar-B-QK, ,Beef{+f& Pork Present Smooth Tires firtstontDELUXB _
Hamburgers. Cold Driving'
It stems that the acvenyeerold for Your. CCAMMON
and his, nine-year-old I Roast eer.1, 'ork''. Hot Roast Beef, & Safety
{ .
oar s i longer
other bad paid 'a visit to Pork v Cheese: Egg, Salami and all Sandwiches ...,k'.that ..

,1tIf -JClrl friend, five and ..'.:. Soft Drinks, Coffee Beer & Milk. IIV6nFf.w Firestone construction Un ffusee'Wblcll

eight year old neighbor sinter ., Oe Luxe Champions tone fcW mad*>:E'u'atn4ttree
.rellt" of the girls weren't i 5 Are''Available foYou famous for extra mileage and

Mntei A Clean Place For Cleat) PeoplenPIIItltlrllUtrIIIBAUrnuueel.aelburlrarrmw I We Will *:Sra aafety.'Alut'sl1 at. n

The youngster* found a hot ___ __,_ __... nirmlrnuwon.i'IIIIIIIntlumnHeUUaIInII5NAIIwimntlro1AiHIria: !' ''' ": "IMII""inn, '''Car ;.and Buy Your ...ztrllaolttolontupped ,
(to of whiskey'In the Ire' box. r- Tires
Pare you to drink It"! the I
.*.., '
year-old quoted the girls' "

** wiylng, Louis A. Stegman EVERY BRANCH. OF ,''t>' '.id ; P ;;':. hf; '':'"f.j'h;: 1f.1 r j, "' .\
Itt drank six jiggers of the i -t ,

liquor, then reeled out Into Acoustician

I MM street and collapsed In the rn. Extra Rug Fvwy Home Neal
yetUer.Alt. Vouf are, cordially Invited to J ,Rrls Special Sale

four children and their attend a'better' hearing clinic n4'ttrttn'cesH. :

pe.ee to were to have a ne for tree' examination and dem- Hammers

au with Almeda juvenile of- onittratlon of the new SuperPower SCATTER .J

". ',\" ,' o A Icon Unlpac with .: eta 1""It. ..bP9YJ \ '

The' National' I Voice:' the 'Toni ''Thumb B Battery .. ;;:r......uG: 1.'C ,Aletf'4yNit1"lWl1B41IIPe1T9d \
AN' THIS IlArfrlX IN tlMf world' outstanding hear- \
C .reIN Slr ''', '
; Walljgency ( i Rtt.fs 'Z'
tf .
.n J"w"+axm Q L JjJ..d.ll ; !. '. "'ftrJI', ,," ;mJr .,. 'TtJl aDlra$2ee11. 5 y' ) a era J Jwl? .... ,.tkf' .

: btetA: b..rcoJ'! ,........ lc ga3.t: ; z, dOcr

I ,. .. \. \ Constant Service Aver 50 Years4CLASSIFIED a'dt Pretty pastels... greet, Un or dusty roe "f 'i ., Ins., ..er UfU ,;t
with white: BOTfrtlbls, so It stay twice a*) asf! 'r fie,. '.1'
.. .
t ; < \. >l v clean. 21x3'6-inclx.k'.k .r. "h Rlppl..

:: Clothing :,, t +Please P'lionf .l 6' t U ttit '!. ",--.er.. ... ODe* '

? : : 'Smooth Import*!\Willow, -:'''''
,_/ itie,, ''-, 'ii5hHps.1ft

and :Shoes
\ 1

\ '_ 1 CLOTHES .

run FOR BALE! House trailer with s .. ,

tires, custom built, fair condi SEED-1945 crop, recleaned, KASKJET
tion. Reasonable. Inquire. Coca- germinated, no nut grass, purity BIKE
Cola '
plant. Up 1/11 110.100: 80-11). bag, net price 40 ,

The Entire' Family: FOR HALK furnished-1 !-room with house electric completely ample lb.. |9, f.o.b.at your shipping county point.agrent'a Bee $2.95 SEAT <-,* $1.29

office. No c. o. d. order accepted. COVERS
refrigerator and electric
hotwat.r -John T. ,
Parish Darlington
heater a adjoining lots, Walloon Co., Fla. 8-8 4tpCItUFA No chance of snagging clothes aghast this askat'i; smooth tbli soft
newly fenced. l'. O. Box: J4H Bid In comfort on
or apply all 8. Church St. tf I aides.Olosaly, woven to keep dirt out. thick wool pee. :Fastens brdrawstrlnf.
Every day is bargain day SEED-$9 per bushel at sadll
LIST YOUR FARM. CITY AND I Call Bl.trunk.Bt. Feed A Seed Store. It, at* any

" at the * BUSINESS t PROPERTY NOW azalea Azaleas IS and and THE camellia Camellia TIME fertlllier to. Reliance fertlllie at Very Smart Trumpet

Sletrunk'i Seed& Feed Store. It Individual Horn
: ROOTONE-For better rooting of
Create -.yenta.. .( eqa.. cuttings. bulbs and raen I* FREtVCM '
ST ARStore i try: property.: Mae Made dyer now on sale at Slatrunk' Seed
n.OOO mmlfm .( Mttmea_Farm*_ A Feed Store. It .
Ae..._. Bayere teem all eve* tae CASSEROLES
w...... Free even llctlae. FOR SALE-Tomato and pepper .
E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY plants-Jordan. Hotel Court $3.59Aan.horot.well
Hlirhway; 48. east of Starke. lip 350
Represented Locally Dy
Hr., : Iroflt and<
\ lie So. Walnut, St. office phone IClft.real P.estate O. Rox broker 23.., The prettiest' design,.the loveliest colon.. the most pleasing :with plenty of power. Beautiful

: Home phone 0471, 131 W. University way to serre your favorite casserole diabes. Highly Used Boman-cold nstaliutr
Ave., Gainesville, Fla.
I MATTRESSES of all kind renovated ..11 4tp stoneware In green chestnut enamel, bin, Ivory >DaUa. _
I: I ; furnltur. upholstered and
Mrs. Green reflnlnhed. Drop ua a card FOR KENT- room modern house.

Says.There's : ISO HASTINGS, PaUtfea.MATTRESS Fla. Co.. Bvx tf Call at JOO or 123 Temple. Ave.Itp ,Strong We/// BuiltTIre

FOR SALES-I T-room house completely FOR KITCHEN I
rurnUhed with electric rerlKerator. nlU IT-CI.:1111ivo.7e:.: : t fiJiA\l\

(; Iai ranire, heater and couple only. No linen furnished _
Plenty hot water heater.: P. O. Bos 148 T.50 per week. Call, 49W. .
: or apply ill 8. Church St. Stark tf, Itp; .. ..

; FOR RENT-Room and apart.
of MAKE']! BRICKS. Millions are needed ments, .reasonable. See Mr.
mart a quick CASH bualneea, Emma. Lamoreaux. Hampton Fla.
returns can start In two week Itp

r -- WESTERNGrade operated with an Inexpensive TYRA BRICK easily MAKER.hand FOR RENT-New House. S large $3.95 llj1j $3.95

Only Hand and cement and any rooms, closet, party furnished orunfurnished. .,
old irhed needed. E'ulJd I your I Ll ht* and water tam
HOWE of brick. Save Let In house. See Arthur Dale, 1
us show you what can money.be don. mile out 'ot Starke. on Halford .. foUsd-tai ftop.. a flt. and 1kMr/a a, haady itttlestepla4 'B* hooey in-aa sm.n nc7l I
'A' Beef R. K. 'TTRA CO. WYOMING, Road Itp t suety a Mal Iron
MINN. BOX: 101. 3-12 4tp may watt with red step and Matv, Barrel Cts on a
FOR SALE-J.rsey. cow with S- ftastx Bskry rubbw base.
NEW ELECTRIC IRONS-For aale week-old heifer calf. Price IIS. .. -
at Dahmer'a Gift 8hoppe.: It ,One mule weight cop Ibe. Rand
atgreen's farm mule rentle and fat. Price .
FOR 8AL -One black mar. mule, tut. 1 steel\ beam R-lnch turning
4 year old, good condition. Will plow. See' L L. Bedenbaunh Save on Auto Horns HACKSAW
work to anything. L. R. Star. Hampton. Fla. Itp
ling Hellbronn prln... 3-29 Itp
i FOK KK.NT-4 room furnished lake .. '
Grocery WANTED--JI'lnlahln. home t mile. front Keystone an '[
carqenters to
lead rough carpen. t. r.? >..ml.aklll.d Hoad 21. See 'W. L. Andrew.,
labore-.I. W. Camp 5U W. Madison at. Itp
hell, inc., Mouth 10th St. raltka.
Fla. FOR SALE-Collard plant, ready TWKVTRUIVIPET
for setting. Apply at &frIO. E.
I WHOEVER J. n wllng'., N. Church, St. Oscar
h and Market ENTERED J. Uglow'hius Melton.
Monday about .:30 p. m. 1.05
and took large black handbag" LOST Whit. cold bracelet In
pleaH* return .
., el' to l,'.valuable low reeldence pap.r..y. o r Finder I'ark please Theatre return Sunday to theatre night $6.95
f newspaper office Itp box Seal gall Steel pistol-
t 4 : office and receive
629 NORTH WALNUTTELEPHONE reward.Itp Deep, powerful ton that commands the road. CJompIetely trip handle aad ttarayfrsm
KKWAHO Fcm RETURN nf. or Information wired. BuitVIa relay.Beautiful: Koman-fold bUll, *. -.
concerning. Champion FUR RENT a room apartment
seallns tap machine black and 1 room cabin, share t b e
86 white, streamlined model Serial bath. IX and 116 per month. .S1
No. 1031*,
removed from back W. Madison St.
\ Phone 1/3-W.
hop of Bradford *
County Tele-
raph between 10 a. ...., and 1 Itp
p. m. Sunday AUTO PARTS for sale mostly : J. P.
Model Roberts
FOR A. New electric battery Motors
with BALE White cedar boat rharger. Cheap fit, W. Madison i
IK H. P.
1199. Auto Fountain.Evlnrud Motor.It Ht. t'hone I4 -W. Itp I

Delivery Service FOR II. P.BALK Evlnrude-Thompson. '''..t. It NO u.INSECTS e our genuine In: your army home supplies If you
motor with
trail DDT bomb. Auto Fountain. tt
.r. 1450.
Auto Fountain. It 600 Temple Ave.
FOR SALE-Da.h..n FOR SALE.-ll Hive ef bee*. UIIII Starke, Fla.
butbel. .ed.. fl per per hive: A Bond buy. Albert
Joe 8. Htarllnc.' Sapp'Store Wllllat. Graham EVadford ,
Starke, Fla. lip VIa County Itp

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