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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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day 5 P. M. MASS MEETING FRIDAY, APRIL 19 Red Cross Fund Strawberry Gross



adline ,IN THE COURTHOUSE BEGINNING AT 7:30P. M. Stands At $3918; Near


For The Purpose of Discussing and PlanningAn' $500,000In

Final Check Made '

Registration Organized Recreation Program for Young
People
Spite of Small Acreage jj!
A meeting of the Executive
lrt citizens must register Board of Bradford Current Season One oft
the County .
5 m. All Parents Teachers Civic and Leaders
xurthouse before p. Religious Chapter American Red Cross was Best On Record

, if they expect to ex- Are Urged To Attend called Tuesday by Dr. 1[. B. Her-

rights as voters inV long chapter chairman, at the
Kir The books request of E. J. Dahmer cam- With almost half a million dollars already swelling the

primaries. SPONSORED BY STARKE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE paign fund chairman bank accounts of Bradford County growers, the strawberry

load at that time. Mr. Dahmer reported that to industry here has once more entered the realm of "big busi

rrfjor J. R Kelly said this date only $3918.31: has been collected ness" after suffering near-eclipse during: the war .years

y that registration I' on the $8300 quota for when many farmers attracted by high wages and discour

hid been slow, although Two-Year-Old Child 1946. He stated that 40 business the lack of traded their harrows
sharp increase In Farm Bureau Holland Speaks aged by competent help,
Tad a or professional firms In Starke
the for a time card at Camp Blending
ib before the end of Killed By Live Wire have not yet made a contribution,
Though volume is small ( being less than
and several of the residential sec acreage a
fed was emphasized that Plans Big RallyAn Betty Frances Hines 2-year-old Here TomorrowFlorida's tions have not been fully covered. fifth of the 1000-acre "normal" average for the county) high
of Mr. and hire John
register while there was daughter The Board voted to write each -prices and near-ideal weather
t might Mack Hines, was electrocuted firms have combined to make 1946
that the county rwar-tlme of these reminding them Conner Places First
K old-fashioned picnic and about 6:15: p. m. Tuesday when Governor
representative democratic that their contributions had not very near the record top in
I at the polls.looks political rally will be held at the she touched a live wire leadingto Spessard L. Holland will speak been received and requesting In Public SpeakingAt gross receipts. With several
In Stark Saturday, April 20 at
State Farmers Market in Starkeon a water pump In the rear of
from 9 to them to forward their contribution FFA weeks of shipping still in
are open their home 11 a. m., on behalf of his candi- CompetitionDoyle
Friday May 3, sponsored by about two miles out to the Chapter In order that
I, and 2 to 5 p. m. on the Palatka highway. She dacy for the United States Senate prospect, it will undoubtedly
the Bradford Farm
County obligations might be fulfilled to
Conner of Starke placed exceed 1910's high of $504-
died .
Bureau. Instantly servicemen, veterans and their first in public speaking at the 580 and might reach
even
t Troop ReadyAdvancement Barbecued beef pork and The child was born here on Holland who announced his Intention dependents and to the dependentsof 193 fa record top of 600000.
chicken with stew and drinks will December 27. 1943. Services were to run after Senator Andrews deceased veterans. annual FFA sub-district compe- While for

the Z. W. Hamilton held In Mingo Cemetery Cross of Orlando last fall statedhe tition held Friday .In the local gross receipts 1040and
comprise menu Mrs. L. A. Canova, chairmanof 1945 are very near the
lr New Leader announced. Wives of mem- City at 4:30: p. m. Wednesday: would not be a candidate for the residential section reported high school. Tonight (Friday) there Is one big difference same that

It' reorganized Boy ber families will have the major with Interment In the family lot re-election, has .been a county that she is reorganizing her young Conner will compete with means more :iet profit In the

r newly part In the preparation and serv- there under the direction of De- prosecutor Judge state senator workers to Insure complete cover- 24 entries In the district contests pocket of the grower. The half
was given a fine Witt C. Jones.Survivors and was Governor from 1941 to
troop of the food. All chairmen of
ing age. outlying at Lake City. a million grossed In 1940 represented -
at Its first meeting held The picnic will also serve the other than the par- 1945. districts are urged to have work- the sale of 6,347,888 pints

tat Its first meeting held purpose of a political rally with ents are a brother John Kenneth Holland has Just completed two era complete solicitations and Five other high schools-those of berries an average of only8c .:

leadership of ScoutmasterShull. candidates on hand to airtheir and a sister Patricia Ann. weeks in the southern tip of the send in reports by the end of of St. Augustine Hastings Green a pint, while the current half
Cove Alachua and LaCrosse
The movement. views before the representativegathering Mr. Hines has been an employe peninsula. He will be in the west- this week. Springs million mark which has almost

liai been lagging and of Bradford's rural of the Camp BlandIng Exchangefor em end of the state, reaching Contributions coming In from -were represented here been reached represents' a volume
Pennacola the end of next week, last week. St. Augustine won in
disorganized since last the five years Starke business section thin week of
it citizens. past with the only 1.002,000 pints-a fancy
parliamentary procedure
in "
county
has been given renewed The organization's board of directors seats having along spoken the route.many are: H. A Bishop $25, and Mis. Staike team. running second. This average of 26e a pint

ship by a civic committee met at the Courthouse Five Students George Pappas $5. A $50 con- was the first time the local school Calling Removed" :

by Fred Guy. with J. H., April 13th to make essential ar- tribution from L. A. Davis with had lost in this department during With the removal on April 12

E.: L. Matthews C. H., rangements. Further details will Enter CompetitionFor UDC Will Sponsor $90 solicitation from the business three years of entry In the of the ceiling on berries tho.

thy, William! H. (Bill) be worked out by the executive ScholarshipsFive Memorial ProgramIn section -the first to come in on competition.Other price leveled off at a disappointing
and Foster Shi I Smith &. and March 2-was Inadvertently o- $
'committee and the men contest winners were t S.OO-Con.lderably lower
women assisting at the Courthouse Bradford students com- BHS Auditorium. mitted from the published list String band La Crosse; quartet, than the allowed ceiling of $10.28in

bop attending'gave en- I on Saturday April 27 at peted April 12 for scholarships to Mrs. George Roberts of Lawtey Green Cove Springs;; harmonica February and $9.36 In March.

lo response to plans set 12 p. m.The the University oC Florida. FSCW The W. T. Weeks Chapter U. reported an additional $5: col- LaCrosse; diamond ball St. Augustine. Explaining this apparent paradox. .

id were impressed by in- as announced this and Florida A & M., The results D. C., will sponsor a Memorial lected from that section and Miss In the latter St. Au&ustine of ceiling removal followed by

a that the new organic week program will open with a Farm are to be announced by the Day program' In the morning B.H.S. April auditorium Ida Hagan reported an additional was victor In a one-sided affair lower prices, It is declared that
aunt business and nO State Department of Educationat on Friday $4 from Theressa. a surplus amount of Louisiana
Bureau meeting at 11 a. m. It is over Green Cove Springs.
en.".', Many member,. Itoed expected that the session will be a later, date. 26, at 10 o'clock.* The totals at this time are: Following the district contests fruit that had been held back: In
would attend, the< Prof. Foster Sal Smith and Starke business section $2747,34: anticipation Of increased"
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'addressed! by John Ford the Eustace Lee Kelley, of New winners 'will compete for state :prices
Scout encampment at Judge E. K. Ferryman will be the Residential section: Northeast following removal of OP*
bureau' state secretary:, The River was the only local entry In championships atKpoinesvlUe. The controls 'f
Park in Jute. The .'comtmrni : barbecue will follow at 12:30, competition for '''the, boy's !>n- speakers for the"dti.oto.ot..the oecssion. Mrs. Starke, Mrs T.. F. 'Landrum, public speaking4e.itapetlIn. will was reli'}'s.d'v lfr nUMcet 11\' ."M--
the thatthas ; L-A;* 'Canova, : chairman. JJ205: "Northsw s t such Abundance as1, to
boys with the political! speeding to begin atorlal scholarship whichwas"also ? ; ;' be ,continued:. Jot the' national cause' the
temporary meet. at 2 m. 'open to applicants from Union) Glee Club will be in charge of the Starke. Mrs. ,N. Sternberg"chair-i finals at Washington reverse effect, and l that local

t,and that their own hut p. The contestant Making- music. All Interested persons. are man. $240.50: Southwest> Starke, prices suffered in oOn.lleiuence.w
will County. Vocational Director V. R. Ferguson -
t4 built at a location to: The expense of the picnic grade In the invited to attend. Mrs O. I :! Beasley chairman Although welcome: rains. this
of food and the highest average 1: complimented the local .
be borne by gifts
mined later I examinations Is awarded $200 At 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon $57.29; Southeast Starke Mrs. "excellent Job." week will result in an abundance
for an
JBoy Scouts of America money. J. R. Kelly the is In bureau's chargeof per term for the duration of afouryear members of the U.D.C. Junius Smith chairman $64, Oi; They judge.were Mrs. L. A. Davis and of fruit here well Into May, it Is
secretary-treasurer, Chapter and friends will go to Lawtey, Mrs. George Roberts not known
Itnmely active locally twoo. course at the State Mrs. Edward Burns, of) Starke Just how long It will
funds. Crosby Lake Cemetery to deco- chairman $163.50; Brooker, Miss continue to be
o. Last year it was University. C. V Gross, of Camp Blan profitable for local
President Hamilton stated that veterans of all Lubedla Pinholster and Mrs M. and
the old troop 70 sawn Rae Caldwell. of the Flor- date the graves growers to ship as volume In the
of a decline in Interest. all members and their families Lila Farm Marguerite wars buried there. 0., Harrell chairmen $84.20; ; ding. competitive Louisiana and North

'cement was kept alive would be Invited and also other ida State of Lawtey and School children and others Hampton H.. D. May chairman. Carolina markets is on the up
farmers and business men Interested Wainwright, In this $45.55: ; Heilbronn Mrs. Muriel Methodist Church grade. Bradford
' by the Methodist and Marie' Edwards, of Brooker com wishing to have :part growers have
aI 1 churches. The new in the work of the for the Lewis scholarship day of remembrance by donating Norman chairman $1037; New Comes to the Soul" no complaints, however for a
peted "Spring
which will be registered bureau. to the flowers for the graves, are askedto River R. R. Andrews chairman. mild winter with no,late freezes"
* Is open to all local which provides $400 a at year the Flor- leave them with Miss Madge $17.50; Vanderbilt H. L. Norman will be the subject used by the has given them two good months

ed l 12 to 17, regardless of Rites ThursdayFor winner ida State for College expenses for Women. MIddleton and Mrs. Etheli M. chairman. $S..5; Rising Mrs M. Rev. W J. Churchwell. pastor of of shipping, starting late In Feb

''Wlous scout affiliation. Biggs at the school house during Galloway chairman $1569; Ther- the Methodist Church in the an- ruary. Peak volume of the cur

the endorsement of all John AustinJolui Mary E. Jenkins of Starke the morning of April 26 or carry essa. Miss Ida Hagan chairman nual Easter service Sunday morn- rent season was reached 'on Mon-
the
was the only applicant for the aft- $50.40:\ including white and col' t
Band civic Opln- them to the cemetery In day and Tuesday of the third
groups. "Christthe
Austin died at for The choir will sing
Freeman Lewis scholarship negro ing.
$400 All flowers will be greatly week in March when 2500 crates
expressed At ernoon.
Monday'sthat and
e.t least 40 his home at 7th and. Church students and. If requirements are appreciated. ored.Reports from the Negro Division. Lord Is Risen Today" were sold at Lawtey and '1800 in 1Starke

1 were boys Sta. Tuesday evening and ser- passed will enter Florida A & Rev. John Franklin chair- "Easter Bells". Shipments have tapered

scout connected with vices were held from the DeWitt M College at Tallahassee. man as previously reported are: Parents are urged to bring off: now to a weekly average of .a
and that Woman
aid' groups, C. Jones Chapel at 10 a. m. Both of the Lewis awards re- Deranged Starke business. section $13.20; their children Sunday and dedicate : 2500: crates at Lawtey and 4 ,

fly quickly Join the new, Thursday with interment in Cros- quire that the student teach one Causes DisturbanceThe Reno and Thurston $85.81; Law- them unto the Lord at this : slightly lesser total at Starke.

Liter Shull organized announced troop.that by Lake Cemetery. The Rev. W year for each, year the scholarship tey $42.65;' Brooker 15.10: ; Hampton .. inspiring service. A class will be I The average price has been $9.30

net scout executive T. A. J. Churchwell was in charge. is held.Ladies source of poly-syllable profanity $15.30: : New River $10; Water received, into the church at the per crate-a far cry from the old "

nt, of Live ,would Mr. Austin was a retired track yells! and shrieks emanate Oak $24.5O; Brooklyn and The- close of the service. "dollar and your crate back"

*nt at the next Oak meeting. foreman for the Southern Railroad Staff C of C ing from the County Jail this ressa $8.15; ,Sampson $1.65. Special music will be featuredat days of pre-war seasons.Nothing .
Dew and had lived here five week was credited to a deranged the evening hour at 8 o'clock: succeeds like success
troop) will
hereafter
T pm.. each years. He was born in Georgiaon During Off HoursDue woman who was confined Mon St. Mark'sThe when the choir will king "lIallelujah" and all Indications now point to
Monday, in
August 12, 1861 and. retired Wom day pending the arrival of a rel- There' will be a duet by at least a triple ,berry acreage

from railroad work in 1938. He to cooperation a ative from Pennsylvania.. Eastertide schedule at St. Sanford and Jim Rltch and a next year. With the near end

was a member of the Methodist an's Club committee and volunteers The unfortunate woman, Mrs. Mark's will include the customary solo by Miss Virginia Sewoll. to activity at Camp Blandlng,
Heard of Com-
Here Church. His, parents were the the local Chamber Cadine Savldes, was picked up by services on Good Friday Easter after which the Rev E. C. Wright farmers are devoting full time to

Saturday late John and Frances Hewitt merce building remained afternoon open- authorities from a salesman'scar Eve and Easter Day. The commemoration will give the last in his series of their farming operations and the

Austin. last Sunday _and_ Thursday n' parked downtown wnue me of the great acts of Bible lecture. help situation Is Improving some
and other
7 H- Price candidate for Surviving are his wife Minnie to provide Housing town's' visIt-) owner was away she had ,enteredthe the Passion and Redemption bear The Youth Fellowship will meetat what. Weather permitting It Is

*n to Congress from the Cornelius Austin; one daughter, Information for the regular' automobile and refused to fruit In Christian living and the 6:43: : and all young people are believed that there will be an

unjWMlonal District, Mrs. Mabel Brown Savannah ors. The organization's at leave on his return. 'It- was stat loyal attendance of all will be Invited to attend and enjoy the I'I adequate' supply of plants to pro-
1"a hours had required closing dressed that is In ..tore.Prayer vide for volume far than
campaign to Bradford Gs.; one sister Mrs George Bule move 'initiated ed that she was partly appreciated. good program a larger
at noon Saturday'' when of Port Tampa City; and three this time. With the will and in her stocking'; feet when- Good Friday, ,12 til 3; The praise and Bible studyis that of the present season.

* to Starke. brothers, Wlillaxa L..' *. B. andJ. by the Club the agency seven the arrest was msdeux Three Hours, a twenty-five min. held each Wednesday 'night at Among the buyers still operating

lUng to voters to turn out H. Austin, all of Jacksonville. henceforth serve Mrs..1.the public M. Mitchellis After being placed In a cell, ute period, of guided meditation 8 o'clock. Come andbring: your" for national houses here are

WU on May 7. I days a week.' the inmate draped various -Itemsof upon each of the seven utterances Bible William C. Truett of Tator City,
Conenartte committee.
denounced'subversive TO HEAR is chairman or the attendanceon ,apparel ,about tit. 'bars derided from the cross concludedby The Children's Bible Story Hour N. C., and Cecil WhItehead of
LEGION In
" that he said were try- I The Club will be 2 to 6 m. pedes traInB'. and in'general s-Jiymn,permits those to come will be held Tuesday afternoonat Lawtey for. Houston 4k. Co., of
TALK ON GI BILL these days from p. not remain North Carolina W. F., Moore of
Clin control of the oleo .Thur.daymorning created a din that was audibleon and go.who can 2:30: o'clock at which time ;
*\ Jacksonville On other day, and thro ekOuL.Eafter the Lawtey for Wlshnatsk! A. Nathel
Florida. He predicted Two speakers from the I opened at the street and In the. various Mrs. Churchwell will present
Is
J would be successful office will be present at the C of C offices of'the Courthouse. Eve, (Saturday), The Resurrection in beautiful hand- New York, and Hartnrmnn& Man-
"Wine un- meeting on 9 a. m. Children's Carol Service will be pictures. All children are anan of Delaware; B. W. Pealeof
Democrats be- the ,American Legion Conner an- painted
j
rid to Secretary Luclan held at 4. p. m. There will be well Chadbourne N.. C., for Bailey ;
to the danger and Tuesday April 23, at 8 p. me Woman's Club Christian ChurchServices Invited, as as parents.
Ir fun several points nounced that, the Baptisms and the Sunday School A Peale of North Carolina. :
strength. explain more fully and ornamen ;
flowers
fol-
is donating hunt In the church yard
of Rights. the First Chris- egg
under the G-I Bill for planting about for Baptist Church
shrubbery
quesUon.t 'and tal tian Church for Easter week will lowing. Gary NormanFuneral
$ Attend will answer be
They the building. Easter Day there will a
regarding. any be: Bible School Sunday morning "New Clothes" and "Why
Week Service personal of veterans at 10 a. n.; morning worship festal celebration of the Holy Weep" are the sermon titles of services'for Gary Nor-
problems Pine Level Church Even Communion at 11 o'clock. Sun this man, 15-month-old son of Mr. and
at this service at 11 a. m.; the messages to be brought
.trs of the which may be brought up day School will meet at 10 a. m. of ,i Mrs. Othma Norman of Lawtey
Rotary Club Plans Easter Event \ Ing service at 8 p. m.; prayer Easter Sunday by the pastor
In noun-day Holy Week time.All to attend meeting Wednesday night at 8 and Young People's League at the First Baptist Church. Bev. who:died Thursday April 4, In a : I

a the Methodist Church members are urged of the The Rev. W. E. Hall announced p. m. The Wednesday night 7:30: in the evening.Absentee L. D. Halnes The public Is Invited I Jacksonville Hospital were held I
y In lieu as other business com- with the at 2:30: m. Saturday April 0, ,
of the regular that plans are group will study the 20th chap to these service p.
The brief 15-mlnute local post will be discussed. yesterday for one of the greatest ter of John this week. VotingVoters morning hour beginning at 11 at the graveside In Dyal Ceme :

Iq preached by the Rer. days plete in the history of the Pine The Easter message will be who expect to be out of a. m. and the evening hour at 8 tery. The Rev. G. E. Cutsbaw

lmefley pastor of the City Council MetThe Level Baptist Church when an given by the pastor Rev. W. G. the state on May 7 may cast an p. m. The choir will sing at was In charge with arrangementsunder I

Church FGllowlng the all-day service and basket dinner Smedley. on Sunday morning and absentee ballot at the office of both services and In the morningwill the direction of Key-Mc- .;

the Rotarians adjournedmeeting City Council held its regular will be held Easter Sunday in the evening subject will be "The County Judge El K. Perryman render "Easter Hymn" by Cabe of Jacksonville. I j

place i mid-month meeting Tuesday. of the boys who have returned Aftermath of Easter." Everyone starting Monday. April 22. The Lee Rogers, "Sunrise O'er a Ca.rden' Gary was the grandson of Mr. I,
honor
flchaon Was served.d i Owing to the absence of Chair- from the service of their is insured a cordial welcome absentee balloting period will end from the Glorious Galilean I and Mrs. J. S. Norman of Law I'

'' Ins paj concluded with man Levy Canova because. of Illness Friday. May 3. "The Great Example" bass solo tey and Mrs Betty Johns of I!
!! country. on
sUng talk by A. 3. : action on matters before F. Chapman superintendentof and "Finale" from cantata "Re- I Jacksonville. Other survivors area ,.
clerk of circuit I the group was held over until the L.the State Prison Farm will M. Sgt. J. M. Davis Is spending Mrs. Hal Y.-Rehrer and son surrection." sister, Betty Faye and a,
3I.dmoma meeting. Requests for' financial at the 11 several days with his family here Ind. spent There will be a candle light brother Eugene both of Lawtey. r
lut week next It be the guest speaker transferred ,from the I, Fisher, of Fort Wayne, I
heard; R. D. while being Pallbearers were Lamar
Carter
donations were o'clock hour and the Rev. several days this week with their baptismal service following the
describednvthelgreat stated the causes representTd -] of Berea Baptist Holabird Signal Depot. Baltimore ; Mrs. Jeanette Young while I evening hour of song and worship Floyd Denmark Richard Carter
oral urgentand Ingle pastor Md.. to Jacksonville where he aunt Garland Norman.a .
and cattle not immediately Jacksonville will preach: I | and
t tha.t It now-ralsing In de- were that final decisions were suspended i iI Church. is assigned to MP duty. I enfoute to Miami. (
3 m.
pro-
Sou at p.
th Florida until the next session. .

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TAKKE. FLoRIDA FRIDAY
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHE was conducted by the sponsor of I 4528.ORDER OF PUBLICATION Clark Building Flttl 1
; Clay HillBy the Tabernacle, who gave a time-I Mr. and Mrs. Resale Carlton II AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Atty. for Plf I

1877 ly menage on the Laodlcean and children were Sunday guests STATE OF FLORIDA to: William I-Z' ItMA
Lura Burgers Church. I of Mr. and >>Ira. Mike Tlllgham Logan, whoaa realdenca and ad-
K. L. Matthews ___.____ Editor and Owner . . . .. Easter Day services will be in Gainesville.Mr. dress la Unknown.
You are required to appear on
WHEREIN SUNSHINE IS climaxed by a special service and Mrs. K. H. Henderson April 29, 194, In the above named YESi
Published Weekly on Friday and Entered M Second CUM Matterat SPREAD ON LONG SPRING Sunday night conducted by Dr. of Jasper attended services at the seeks Court divorce And cause and wherein custody of plaintiff minor RADIO SERVlcl[

tile Rout Office at Starke. Florida._ DAYS AND I FEEL A GREAT Tlbbltts. This will be his last Church of Christ Sunday.Mr. children. Bradford County Telegraph _
HAPPINESS IN BEING; ALIVE appearance before leaving for his and Mrs. Roy Thomas of shall publish this Order in SERVICE
Next four
work In New York State. waakly laauaa.
Jacksonvillewere visiting his Witness my hand and officialseal ON ALL l.l\IAKES
Who hath not learned In hours
It Seems That. Among the workers who will be mother Mrs. Alice Thomas, Sun- at Starke Florida, this March RADIOS
of faith here for the State Convention of 18. 11146.
The truth to flesh and sense the National Associa- day.Mrs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas -
individualsboth Laymen's Tyler Jones and children Aa Clerk of Bald Court. South W la nut
A large number of sincerely interested unknown. tion, April 28 through May 5, By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. Street
private citizens and public officials-look for That life is ever lord of death, will \>e Dr. John McNeill, Scotch were chopping in Gainesville .
in the courthouse tonight (Fri- And love can never lose its Monday., "" .
ward to the meeting: evangelist and musician, ()f Wash-
day) in the hope that the discussion and the resulting own! ington, D. C. Mrs. Arthur Edwards and Mrs.
action taken there will be at least the beginning of a Whlttler O. W. Barry were in Gainesville
well-rounded recreation program for the young peopleof Waving corn, knee high black . . . Tuesday. SEE FLY & BUY
berries as large as beans ripe Mr. and Mrs. Earl Green were
this community.The .
strawberries, all spread with BrookerBy visiting relatives in Waldo Sunday thePiperCub
meeting has been called by the Starke Cham- golden sunshine-this Is Clay Hill. .

ber of Commerce and leaders from all religious civic, We have new string beans, turnip Mrs. T. W. Markey

welfare, fraternal, and political groups have been in- greens, radishes, green onions, . . . Bible Story HourThere
vited to attend. Their attendance or nonattendanceat cabbage and other vegetables ,
the meeting tonight will be a clear indication of from the garden. We are reviewing FISH FRYA were 87 children and sev-
the sincerity of their concern over the welfare of our for final examinations at group of friends enjoyed a eral visitors present Tuesday afternoon -'' _
fish fry on the banks of the Santa "
school. My graduates are wearIng :
young people.Of In the Methodist Recreation -
scarlet caps and gowns at Fe River Friday. Present were' for the : FLIGHT
course, it goes without saying, that a repre- the commencement which will be :Mrs. Vance Russ, Mr. and Mrs. Building Community INSTRUCTIONby
sentative of is desired at the meetingalso. Wilson Russ and children Mr. :I Bible School conducted by Mrs. ;
parents .
group April 29 at 8 o'clock in the ev<>n- W. J. Churchwell. The of
It has been constantly stressed, and was force- Ing. We have a nice program and Mrs. J. B. Russ and children, the Easter continued.study I Ralph Cheshire

fully reiterated, an the excellent article on juvenile de- arranged and printed. We havean Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Russ and son, AU children story are was invited to attend -
linquency in the April 8 issue of Life magazine, that able speaker.My Edwin, Mrs. C. L. Atkinson and each I
the responsibility of prevention and correction rests six ninth graders are proud daughter, Ernestine and Kenneth week.w

squarely on the shoulders of parents. It is sad to and happy. This is a thrilling Russ. Mrs. S. I. Odom and Mrs. JOIN TilE CHAMBER OF

relate that these shoulders are sometimes unwillingto event In their lives and I am doIng Leila Lamar Mae Odom Everette of Tampa and J.Miss L. COMMERCE and help build Conway-Libby, U-Fly-It Service

bear the ,burden. everything to make them Starke.

The author of the article in Life states that to happy. As the closing of school Russ.Mr. IN CIRCVIT COURT. DR"DFORDCOIIN'rv CONWAY AIRPARK
draws I feel reluctant -
more .
nearer and Mrs. Douglas Hardyand
a minor extent some American courts are already be- FLORIDA IN CHANCKItY. -
to leave. I decide to .
may children
of Hampton. Mr. and
ginning to recognize the responsibility of parents. It Dorothy Logan, Plaintiff, vs. WII.'I -
this and 4
attend college summer Mrs. Bill Bryan and Mrs Charles Blocks West of Union Bus Station
is pointed out that a judge of the juvenile court in return this winter. I love my Hardy of Gainesville were dinner

Denver recently held that under existing Colorado school and children so very much. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Phone 32 or 147 Ring 2
law parents could be feund guilty for the offenses of We are learning songs about Hardy Sunday.

their children. During 1945 in this court 44 criminal school being out, and are joyful. Mrs Eugene Ellis of Worthington 'I ITCH
cases actually were filed against parents, with 40 con- No more news-We are all well Springs was visiting Mr. and

victions. In addition, 132 parents were jailEd or fined at Clay Hill. Mrs. Arthur Edwards Sunday.

either for neglecting their children, or for contributingto Mrs. T. A. Brinson at Hugh Mrs. C. L. Atkinson and daughters Are eczema you, psoriasis tormented l rashes with Itching first aid of,
juvenile delinquency.Life remains about the same. She Joyce and Ilean, attendedthe athlete's foot eruptions, rectal Itch
still loves company. God bless Baccalaureate sermon at the Ing or other externally canned skin ONWAY'SService
comments that this approach to the problem -Lure.Graham afflictions? For quick relief and
you. Taylor High School Sunday after Rood results use VICTORY OINT- C
would be no surprise to the Chinese, whom we con- MENT. Developed for the boys In

sider a backward people, but who are actually]] years . . . noon.Mrs.. Vance Russ.: Mrs. F. E. the back Army home.now White offered, greaHelesa to the ,folks an- Station

ahead of us in many phases of common sense. In Russ, Miss Joyce Atkinson and tlKepttc Safe: for babies or children -

China, it is said, there is virtually no' juvenile de Gerald Roberts were shopping In VICTORY. A name OINTMENT-the you can't forget finest. PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE

linquency. The Chinese believe that a child is not a Gainesville Saturday.Mr. .
fly Mrs. Edward Norman old l Starke by
responsible, reasoning individual and hence cannot . . . and Mrs. E. J. Lewis and CARPKNTKH'S' UllUO STORE
plan for himself. Accordingly, it is the duty of the Miss Ivarnae; Lewis were in Lake 0 Oil Changing

parent to guide the child until he reaches the age of Earl Starling, son of Mrs. Butler on business Saturday. Greasing

reason. Whatever the child does, good or bad, is a Kate Starling, has gone to Tampato Mr. and Mrs. T W. Markey LOS FOR =
: work. attended the funeral of Mrs. G Waxing
direct reflection the
I on parent.< In this way a parent'sreputation
is Mrs. Edward Norman and family George Cauthen at Antioch SAE Washing
established as much by his children's ,,
spent the weekend with Mr. Church Friday afternoon. j rN
j deeds by his Under such ,
aa influence
own. an family Norman who is working: In the Mrs. 8. E. Odom and Mrs. Lamar 9 Polishing
unity and pride are the dominating factors in the life Rising section. Miss Jeanette Odom and son elt Tampa Tire
of any child, and juvenile crime is exceedingly rare. Norman and son, Eugene Jones, were here last week visiting Mrs. H Repairs

The Life article states that one, of these rare are spending this week with him Vance Russ and other relatives.Mr. ELECTRIC ARC WELDIN
Instances is quoted by Carl Click in his book, "Shake there. and Mrs. C. Tyler and
Hands With The Dragon." A 10-year-old Chinese boy .Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Watson and daughter, Jean, visited relativesin
I
living in New York 'Mrs. Watson's mother, Mrs.Sims Jacksonville Sunday. .
I
was caught by a policeman in Battery AMOCO
of California, are spending sometime Mr and Mrs. Ovid Lewis of FIRE GAS ONE HOUR
Park. He
I : was taken to court and charged with
: with Mr. Watson's parents, Jacksonville were visiting his OIL & GREASE
truancy. Both he and his father taken before
,;' were Mr and Mrs. F. E. Watson. Mr. mother, Mra. R. P. Lewis,> Sun- ,
the. judge. "You the first Chinese
are boy I've had
Watson plans to enter barber college cause a
1 here in 23 years," the judge said solemly. The father day.Mr may
In Jacksonville soon. and,Mrs.,Grady Baxter of Quaker State
I Was embarrassed and apologized for his son's offense. Robert Norman of Jacksonville serious loss.'Let ,

Said he, "Upon myself is the blame for my son's misdeeds spent the weekend with his mother. Oil

I to be placed. That..he should neglect his studies Mrs. Maggie Norman of GET THE Sealed Containers

and not heed my overwhelming desire to have him be- Rising.Mr. SPEED SURE us check your
come a great scholar is completely my fault. There- and Mrs. Wilbur Gunter of

fore, kindly sentence me to prison for a long term in Waldo were guests Thursday RELIEF FOR ACW PoliciesCharley RIDE
I place of my unknowing son." evening of Mr. and Mrs. Math FLORIDAGREYHOUND AUTO LITE
Waadln and family. Monday /NDGESTONCarpenter's BATTERIESLINES
And still we consider the Chinese a backward night guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Johns

people! t Wasdln were Mr. and Mrs. Mellla I \ Inc.
Don't forget the meeting tonight at> 7:30 in the Triest also of'Waldo. 1 I Agency BUSSESFor
courthouse. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Frazier took 1 1 Phone IS STARKE FLA.
Mrs L. C. Smith to her home in Safety I
'aYNiYWW41Y4WNLIIWNe@pIW11IInWRII.ailsnINWNM.IIWNINtlw0./tl' '' ,' '/.lIWMWI, I..IU..I'"JW1W.J'U''I"'UUI."UIUIU.UIUJUUI"UUIII.1I". ' Waldo Sunday from St. Vincent's t4) Comfort & Economy '
.
The Hospital In Jacksonville where ,Phone 147
.
PINE' TREE INN she underwent an operation re Take Care Of It
cently. Her condition Is improved. Drug Storr Rapraaantlng THE TRAVELERS.Hartford

1 1-2 Miles South of Starke on Road 28 Friends will be ,sorry to hear
that Mrs. Riley Wasdin has been
111 at her home this week. She Is

; nar. .Q Beef & Pork, Hamburgers Cold slightly Improved.

; Boast Beef & Pork Hot Roast Beef & Miss Mary Ellen Wasdin and Congratulate Have Coke
I'ork Cheese, Egg Salami and all Sandwiches Mrs. Nate Dyal were shopping in me a

Soft Drinks, Coffee, Beer & Milk. Jacksonville one day last week.
Church services 'were held at ,
the Christian Church Sunday } % rrllli l I III
1
o morning and evening. Easter I I lll Ili
A Clean Place For Clean People : Sunday services wUl be held next I I
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711nAlIIMIpIBIIaIIIIglnltlnyleMlh_ '_''__''''__'''''' week at the Baptist Church and

! the Monday night following Easter
'-- a week's aeries of meetings, to
'"
be conducted by the Rev. Wood-
; ELECT
row Flynn, will begin. Everyoneis
urged to attend during this
week and hear Rev. Flynn.

\: J. P. 'Jake' ROBERTSREPRESENTATIVE At The TabernacleA


unique service was held Fri-
a day night commemorating the
thirteenth anniversary of the Gospel -
,To The State Legislature Tabernacle and Mission Hall

work., An outstanding feature F /

From Bradford County was a large painting of a tree, I ,
the trunk of which representedthe .. i
HE STANDS FOR: beginning of the Mission Hall
work. Extending from the trunk

Hospital were several branches, representing .
For different phases of the Tabernacle
Bradford
A County work, in the order In which 1 \

tbey were organised, such aa:
More State &: Federal Funds Children' Bible Hour on Wednesdays C+

, For Rood In County ; Sunday Bible School; Lay- ;: \
I men's Brotherhood; the Saturday
I s lJardHurtaclnc Main Lateral Youth! Meeting, etc. As each limb
was pointed out, a report of this
i Ruaria Throughout County branch of the work was read, ..i .. I ii'

followed by an appropriate muse
flatter Public Sl'hooisMore ical number.A .

roll call of the membership sociable refreshment for all bands 'round
Adequate was taken and the report showed

I School Lunch Program 50 An additions abundance during of spring1 the past'flower year. "rm engaged!" An event no girl,ever forgets. Refreshment is in order, iW.

formed a lovely setting for the E
/
: Inrreaiusl program and were gifts of members so the invitation is Have A Co e. Coca-Cola just naturally goes with i
Old Ago Yenoo.t
of other churches. The congregation

I Ii included visitors from happy friendly moments of informal hospitality. Coke belongs in I1
i your
NO NEW TAXES Melrose Lawtey, and Keystone _

FOn'ANY PURPOSEA Heights.Dr G o. F. Tlbbltts and his icebox-because it belongs with good times and friendly living.

Vote for Roberts Is A Vote group from Park of the Palms, __ Coke eoca-Col.1
Keystone Heights, conducted an "Coc..cola-IUIIJ IU abbntriluoa10nLiO
For Your Own Best Interests inspiring service at the Tabernacle UMOIt AUTHORITY' Of INS COCA-COIA COMPANY T oara'" tha ftliac.nd trtU'*
tb *
Sunday morning. Edward I mark which diatimuiih r
DeToung of New York State an, STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. I act of Tha Coca-CoU Comp&W.O

accomplished musician, was at'

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1B, 1845 "tI"DlrORD OOITMTT"
APRIL TELEGRAPH STARK
LtT. FI.oRIDJ\ PAGE: TURKS

e e a s e o and, at the conclusion of the S a . S a .
S e three progressions cream and e BACCALAUREATE SERMON I highly appreciated I the office to the beat of my ability, ham and Hampton mjbj.ct to the
AT KJJE. HIGH SCHOOL N. 1>. Walnwrlght, Jr. and will greatly appreciate youraetly. will of the vets. In the Damocratlo I
cake and coffee.COMMUNITY | .
LAW support and vote ou May 7.
te Farm! TE Y TO the Q..II-;:;.... ., Co.. rOommlimloBer -H. B. Croll bY. Primaries In May If elected to
The I
ta CLUB MEETING Baccalaureate exercises for IMnfrlrf' No. U.llrHitfurd thin office 1 promise tn dlnchara.
By Mrs. MamJe Crews the R.J.E. High School <"<...<)>. Vlnrldn.
Bry' will be j the duties connected therewith In
a
FOR itCIIOOI. nO\MI
>
Mrs The display of the Easter e . I hereby announce candidacy
a . gifts e held at Allen Chapel A.M.E. for re-elnctlon an County my CommitHtoiier *- Itlntrlrt N.. 3 fair and Impartial manner Yourvole
and clothes for the Club's little Church on Sunday, April 21, at of DlHtrU-t :No. 2, aubject to T hereby anoiinca myself a can iiml support will be highly appreclatrO -
didate for .
MEETING: Sgt. James member of the Board of .
protege. Karen Johnson of the Reddish Is home I the Prlmurlev In May If re-elected
CLCB
Gr); 3 Rev. Robert I Public Instruction I l'I.Irlc.t l .1, comprising Your ,."
choice of col- on a 30-day furlough p. m. A. Jackson promise to continue to work fur .p.II'J.
artistic\ Methodist Orphanage at Enterprise from over vice the next interests uf the L)i ,trtct Uvoi.k-r. New River lira- I>wla.
th her Godwin added to waa the center of interest seas. He lit t the son of Mrs. president of Edward Waters and the County an a whole.
o --- .
J. College --- ------ !
Marlon Jacksonville
ot her home when at the Community Club meeting I Reddish. the will deliver I Upon your this vote promise and active I reapectfullvhnllrli xuppvrtri ,
sermon.

beauty ty ot umll1the flowers state Farmentertained At Tuesday that time afternoon too the of Club last decided week. I Mr.Rev.and and Mrs.l\frs.L. J.P. O.Refuse Raulerson Mrs., dially sermon.invited to Everybody hear the U annual cor- May 7th.Yours very 1.. U truly CKAWPOUD. 'When' Your Tires Are Slick Time to Recap t,

I
Thursday afternoon upon an apron project under the C. R. Crews, Wlnltred.| Maggie
Cub RECAPPING
Two tables fe direction of the finance committee. and Viola Manning Perry volt COI'MTY ("OMMlw10Rlt' '
t week meeting and The flower and Ella Fay Mills Davis The Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church IM.trlrfo, a ANN VULCANIZING ,
this arrangements ti
attended attended extends a welcome 1 hereby announce myself an a
to her 5
ra iTucstsGoSnlo church at a. m. f ALL SIZE TIRES I
tea lent special color and beauty to Sampson recently. i'limlidato" for County ConimlHNtonei'
services. Rev. D. P. Mack pastor from IMatrlct No. 2. Ilavlnic cvrvpilHH AND TUBES ,
I whom sheeted the Club Room<< for the meetingover Mrs L. P. Rafuse commlMNloner for e1,1 e/
W. P. and daugh- will speak on the subject county one ,
gl" package of which Mrs. J. G. Godwin, tel's Loca and Joann term I fuel that 1 am fully quail s -
a have returned "Man Will Not Believe." At 11 fled and If alerted will give the u..: 2MIOITR SERVICE i
President
A-
L. presided. Mrs. W. O. from
M rs.eD a week's visit second district. and the county asa
with
accessories ,
K the service
'Nelle Beavers.erd Stringfellow and Mrs. W. H. Williams her brother and m. will consist of whole the beet aerviae of which IIEST MATERIALS
and Mrs' sUter-ln-law Mr. baptism and an Easter exerciseby I am vspnblelw. -- "
box of pow- were hostesses and served and Mrs. Albert Davis In Fort the Mitch Hdward. I r I GRADE "A" RUBBER
awards Sunday School. There
Fa Chapman at 3 aalad. course during the social Myers. -

t w of't'p' 1.core> a card tray hour. Otis Forsyth. who Is employed will also be a service at 7 p. m. Fort ("Ol'NTYO'll'llI"nONER Ulnlrlc Na. 2 ,I. Workmanship GuaranteedTIIONE;

r for second In South I wish to annuunee at tbl. time I
Kite Florida Is 79!
l frio Robert to Mrs. W. Mrs. J. C. Wallace returned week spending a The Thurston Eleme n t a r y my candidacy for County Commis.l. i
with
and P ot-holders Sunday from Jacksonville where his parents Mr. and School Invites the patrons, and stoner of lllntrlct' No. >1> .. -
During6aDlea Mrs. Joe ford
'orth' for "bingo" she was the guest of relativesfor Forsyth. friends to attend the exhibitionof 1 am County.a veteran of World War II I
served
fruit Juice was the greater part of the week. :MM. Louise Applebee was In some of the activities of the and nerved In the European Theatre* STARKE TIRE SERVICEAdjoining i

Mrs. J. A. Bouvier Is visitingher Starke Monday and was accom- school on Thursday night April I of 1C War.I am .elected you nay feel )|
I
panted home by her sister. 29, at 8:30( o'c1ock.-M. E. Rob- assured' of a fair and Impartialadministration
and their families Mrs :
I'
sons In :
Evelyn Sasaer. erts to the beet of my I Temple Garage Temple Ave.Ktf.EBfe73i .
FOR principal. I'
VOTE Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Bouvier I altlllty Thanking: you for your conalderallon. ';
SWOREuNoIDATa We are to 1 amHaopectfully 'I ---- _... -, ---- ---------
Ell : went to Miami last Wednesday sorry report that I ..
'our. |,
L. P. Rafuse The Starke Blue Baseball ) .
I Is Caps
.
Fen making an overnight stop-over very sick at this 8. U. Denmark. ,.; iBMaMlMlFARMER'S: :": :;
time. Club is under the new I' : ; ..
NR with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McRaeIn manage-
ROAD COMMi55f. The ment of Charlie Dixon: Homer I FOIL rOHNTV .-8'11'111"810' \r.HItUlrlrt !
.
GROUP Mclntofll. Mr. Bouvier returned correct address of Pvt. fin.
CCCD H. C. Crews Is Adklns la assistant manager; At thin. writing 1 nnnounre myself I
A. to Co.
the Farm A
Monday. 43rd. ,
Tnir Cicero \ for reelection to the Office of { SUPPLY
Leggett
SUCCEED: Bn. captain; Sidney '
TO Bltg.
MAN Camp Polk La. County CommlMnloner. IMMrlct NoL
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley, .
1 MATThir.VKcluma Williams Charlie ,
NOV E 9. secretary; Dixon Hampton. Oraham nnd T1ierNHati
S-Sgt. Jack Bradley Leslie and T. L. Wainwright has the Democratic voter In the
( In January" } bought temporary treasurer; Willie Uass! prlmarloH -

> ; MOORE FOR AtL\ Carolyn Bradley and their visitors Mr. Young's dry goods store. mascot; and W. W. Parker coach.W. thla office"May 1 7th.will continue If reelected to 01111"I".g. !to- COKNKIt! : ; 10TII & CIIKIWY STREETS
V. N. and Bradley Geiger of I .. the duties connected therewith -
I a e W. Parker. .
FLORIDA I attended In a fair and Impartial man
Jacksonville a family
I II ... MIKE MAIIUCA Owner
FLORIDA? .r. On that promise I will greatly'
MAKE ALL barbecue at the Santa Fe Lake Singing Convention prei-late. your yule on May 71 h.
FOR MOORED>aA Theressa I Thank. !
i home of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Reapectfully.T. .

Square Deal To All Coker Sunday. By Mr James Swlndl'oll The Bradford County singing .' C. ..Chawtnln. J

PAID, POtlTICAU ADva..n.aMSNT Mrs. W L. Terrell left last . . e convention will meet at the Pine FOR !oriinni.- iio'm>
Wednesday to visit her parents in Level Baptist Church on the 4thSunda.y. IMMrlrt. No. I TARPAULINS12x14 1

Ringgold. Ga., enroute to her Friends of Daniel Railey and April 28 at 2 p. m. A. dldale t hereby, for member announce of myself the Heard a ran-uf

home in Washington, D. C., after family wish to extend to him D. Crosby is president of the con Public Instruction lntrlrt I. comprising j jlg
their vention with T. N. North Starke and 1.awtey. 15 x 20
deepest Norman vice.
having been the guest of Mr. and sympathy In the ll.tvlnir nerved In this capacity before -
Mrs. L. A. Shepherd and other loss of his mother last Wednes- president. with Three yearn. aa chairmanof '
the board I fee I that I am fullyqualified $ $34 j jd
relatives In neai-by; vicinities fora day.Mr. 1 and If elected I prnrnlxeto
week. and Mrs. Henry Girton of Political dlnchiti-Re. the duties tonnerteiltherewith __- ____ _____ ,
In Impartial
an manner.J.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell St. Petersburg were visiting their Announcements -- M. Moore. Laying Mash 4.40 :
and their youngest daughter son. Cleveland Neal, and family I
FOIL NCIIOOI. HO AH IIIllnlrlpt
r Frances spent Saturday with Mr.Caldwell's ,. last week. Von MKPUKSKVPTIVK, : >i>. I Starting Mash 4.75
I
Mr. and :Mrs.J. I hiTebv. announce, my candidacy T hereby announce m. .
:
parents
Murray Castleberry .. manner ofthe Broilor Mash 4.75
II was visit for the office of n..pr."nl..tI" in dlilatifor re-electloii an -
B. Caldwell in Ocala. ing his parents and other rela- the State LifKlal.tture from Itrartforrtiiunty. I Hoard of Public Instruction fur ,
Mr. and Mrs. Odell Cauthernof tives In Adel, Ga. ,', .ubj"rt to the will of theI.mo.rntlu District No. I. comprising' Iwtwteyand Pig Ration - 4.10
a few
l
days voters In lh* Miiy 7thprimary. North Slarke. If ro-vlvcted to
/ Gainesville were visitors of last week. Your vote and support thin important office I will contlnun Western Yellow Corn 4.25
-
/ / / MI' and !Mrs. M. C. Roberts for will be grntitly npprechileil.Juke l tti work for the bent interest
Mrs. A. If. Kelsey, Mr. and Mrs. !'. Roberts 'if nil HchonlH In the county I winappreciate
several days during this week., Dan Loper your vote and NiipportIn
and Mr. .
and Mrs i :r.il.r'TIJo1I
'on HTVTH the coming ITImiiry on May T.ItHBpectfiillv .
As S-Sgt. Mr. Cauthern was in
Frank Kelsey were business visIt- hereby announce my candidacyfor .
PROMPT:\ SERVICE the service f
and has recently been dischargedfrom from llradforil :
Mrs. J. P. Dickinson was a County HtibjiM't. to the will of the rnii ...11001. no \ IIDllUlrlrt I
IDAHMER'S Camp Swift Texas. Voters at the M.iy 7th Primary.H.ivlniir tin. a
1 business
.:Mra. Vance Geiger and son visitor to Jacksonville ,; / Nerved III the 1945 SoHHlnn I herohy aniiiiunce inv candidacy
Tuesday. I feel that the oxi rlenrn gained for member of the fonrd' of 1'tibllcleiBtrni'llon FEEDS .i
Bradley spent Saturday and Sun- and frlondHhlpM Pirated" will he of from Mlntrlct 3, subject
GIFT! SHOP day with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bobble Hall was visiting In Krvat vulue to the people of Ilr"d- to the will' of the Iiemocratlo voters
Gainesville Monday.Congratulations ford County and Florida.' If I nm reelected In the primary of Mnv 7. If elected _.
Bradley. Mr. Geiger returned to thin office. to thU responsible povltlon 'J L .i 1
110 EAST CALL ST.rnO'olE home with his family Sunday, to Sgt. and Your vote and support will bo prntnlHe to carry out the duties c.f 1 -

having been a Farm visitor for Mrs. Merle Packham on the ar- I II
: 6(1(
the past week. rival of a son at the Hospital in I .

Mr. and Mrs. R. P. McLendon Augusta, Ga., on April 7. Sgt. I

had as their guests from Thurs- Packham Is stationed at the hospital

PRESE.NTINCFamily day until Tuesday Mrs. Jim Ogle there.A Ji ,.. ...,. ,

and Miss Betty Russell of Knoxville welcome home party was 1

8 .Tenn. given Thursday night in honor
Mrs. Ruby Waters and little of Mrs. L. V. Williamson and

[ Medicines daughter, Kay Frances, of Lake baby daughter. A small group Now. wheat used w :

Which Should B e' On Butler were overnight guests of of friends attended and many nice no I Ii
Fri- gifts :
Your Medicine Shelf Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Roberts were received. Refreshments '41-
of cake and cocacolaswere

LORIMEIVRATONEis day.W.. Herron Minister of the served.

Church of Christ In Starke was Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Tomlinson

r A MILD. ErnCTIVZLAXATIVE the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.J. and daughter Wanda of Jackson- i in beer ale

r W. Woodward at noon Sunday. ville visited their parents Mr. and or

DESICNKD TO MIOMOTC Together with other members Mrs. R. )f. Hersey and sister 7 .

VIGOROUS HEALTH from adjacent towns Mrs. J. M. Mrs. L. V. Williamson and family l -'

PRICE ,LOO Bradley attended the W.M.U. recently. I.j ..

rally at Pine Grove Baptist We regret that A. L. Sullivanis d;'lrl, "

)FLO Church near Gainesville Friday. still very 111. I I ,

1 Mrs. Bard Gale and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. i Ii And wheat alone solve tho .
Splendid Spring Tonic Sharon ()f Palatka visited Mr. Byron Moore of ,' :'.. can .
$1.50 Woodward from Valdosta, Ga., were visiting their .' .

and Tuesday Mrs. J.until W. Friday of last aunt Ida Hagan, Friday. : problem of feeding the world's hungry t F Fr

Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and : ,,

A IClTACliE ?, week"Miss Roberta Whitfield FSCW daughters Grace and Mrs. W. D. r''I A '

student In Tallahassee spent the Garrett were shopping In Palatka
n.. to past week-end with her parents Friday evening.Mrs. / 9r 1

NEY TROUBLE Mr. and Mrs. Bryan WhItfield. E. S. Sibley was a business 1I

Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Geiger were visitor to Gainesville Friday.

'O"L&IIII h. a h.. bee. the ..alaarter In Melrose Saturday as supper Mrs. Hilda Griffin and children i

"I"Bery.rbe"' ArB of a .ee.t.ry... Leg guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. V. R. of Miami are visiting her parents Actually wheat has never been a large item in I less materials than in 1915. This results in a '
eet
in'. oe aaet7. Pa..geg MarUing. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan -
... year I.tlo.W..I_......11'.1.Wri... J, L. Williams, Master of Rai- this week. the brewing process-only \ift of the entire proportionately lower production. But since ji
''
'
t row l J; Ill r.d.h to.."KIDNOIII .... <".- ford Masonic Lodge In Jacksonville attendedGrand. Among those attending the U. S. wheat crop was lifted in 1945. a the current demand for beer and ale ie aboutIn
Bladder' _... Lodge
J1.11 the birthday party of Blllle Dyal in
' w ... .... old ,... Kidney. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs- % than a the real shortage-
II'I'r" Govern25
'.. MirT week .* .Jt_!- Hampton Saturday night were accordance with United States greater year ago,
asap ...tt... Yo. .. eawlMf day. Misses Irene Cochrane Eva Mae
101'0 ,.... ... is nearer 50%.
h. 0 and Lillie Mae Triest, Inez Neel ment policy, the brewing industry has used

PRICE .7:50elps' : Recent Discharges and Ruth Sibley and Ernest no wheat whatever ince March 11916. Consequently, your dealer will not be able
Truest and Thomas Trle t. -

For Aches Liniment Discharges recently recorded in Mr. and Mrs. Levy Forsytheand OTHER MATERIALS CUT 30% to supply you with all the beer and ale you

Pains $1.00 the office of the Clerk of the children of Jacksonville
were would like. We know will understand the
I Circuit Court Include the follow visiting their mother Mra. S. R. The other grains used have been reduced I by you .

-Rim.ro; $bleS ing Pvt.: Edgar Gibson\ Oct. 44. Swindell Saturday.Mrs. .and family, Friday and 30%-that is, to 70% of the 1915 amount. reason for thi '1

Jan. 29.

T-5 Malachi Fred Pringlo.McCray T-5. Jan. 30. Mr. and. Beck Mrs., Jessie Burkhart Thomas were and Wheat alone can solve the problem feeding Your attention i is earnestly directed to the ''j

e tae; Walter Burnell Wilkinson S shopping in Starke Monday. the hungry. The grains to which the industry J'rt'ommencJatiolili of President Truman. Famine
I
.Yka 1-e, Feb. 28. Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and is restricted of and ,j
Pfc. Ralph Edwin Starling. daughters. Grace and Mrs. W. D. now are a variety grade Emergency Committee, which are sumruarird -

. March 8.Edward. Ruth Sibley and not normally consumed by the people of the '
'fir. ROS'PJ BUD a.ppoeltri.. Denefleld. T-5, Mar. 3. Garrett Miss in the box below.
"ntln1nlt minor l..IUtlo W the S Aunt Ida Hagan were visiting In

w*.hM"'lna 1"1?mwtlon' .I\mlnatl.' eomme.. _M..tlM... Hobart 8.Russell Klrkwood Melrose and Earlton Sunday aft- ,world as food. 'l1.i"tat.ment. tells in clear simple term j
1-c: Apr.
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b.tlla., 6' "> ln g aatara-a ref.w Gordon Leman Parker :MM 3-c. ernoon. and son- LESS BEER AND ALE what each of us individiudly! can lo to help I
: Mrs. J. C. Cochrane
eta
la flmWae. 117...... .
$1.0.ws Apr. 7.Richard V. St. John TSgt.Ape.uh6. In-laW. Murray Caatleberry. .were Altogether the brewing industry is using 30( % during v the emergency. (
Starke Monday.Mrs.
shoppln gin
oman' Garrett was a business .
Comfort W. D.
S 1-c. .j .i
Phillip Thaoue .
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For visitor to Green Cove yl
Douche $1.00 Apr., 9.Joseph. Monday.

> Wesley Kelley. Springs Mr and Mrs. R. C. Dampler ,
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Fred Albert Ross, Sgt. ,
visitedtheir
of Starke .
aEzeFh and son, Billy '

IIoaA of .s PPeseet III ter. Mrs. J. D. GriHis, Sunday. asks u. all to do
Aathmft, of PalaUa will BREWERS FOUNDATION '
,- ,- v. Squires
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f' lotlng eo hi f ortable holde Ws regular service at the 1. Save and share wheat and fat product' C. light on aQ foods

PttlCB $2. OIp' : : f'4lfl Baptist Church Sunday. :Morning that take wheat, fats and oilt-tai* bread, macaroni, cake, cookiet: ,
at 11 a. m. An
be
Salve service will hunt will be held at pastries and derp fried food U.dripping far pan-frying. SUM Befall Ci7
For Easter egg
Piles, Cots and 3 p. m., with evening service at oil-uu boiled drettings. .

Open Sores "? 65Elclttslye .. 'J tf"f} 4 p. J4'th'so that members may 2. Boy and icrre more plentiful food Balance diet laid ttn .."."
'
V Baccalaureate sermon mart plentiful foods, web at potatoes,frtth fruit and vegetable '
.
In This that night.
DY Section in Dcn't Hampton forget prayer meeting 3. Waste NO 1l oil .. Dm up today't Iffunmfor tomamte. Main every I

MADE TO ORDER Wednesday night at the Christian emit wont tcith melba toast erunk4oj>pin ,, tread pudding<< and :

R. Carradine OUR SPECIALTYLAPP Church. \\'U11I. Huffing. Take no mart Aon you eon oat. Gtmn your plate. Turn in .

1 Elmo McGee and SwIn- turntable fat salvage promptly.
Palatka Sunday -
BAKERY dell were visiting In

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4.ieiD. FOUR BRADFORD OOUNTT -........ BTABHJX FLORIDA 'FRIDAY

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Junior Class of BHS Churchwells Miss Martha Mathews I I I antfed' the central embellishment.,l
CLUBSPTA After time.
I SOCIETY and .. spending .some. with Iwl1afe No
Hosts To SeniorsAt Entertain Members Becomes Bride their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Hood
left for a wedding trip to Jack- Han
Annual BanquetUsing Of Church FamilyThe Of Floyd HoodA
son, Missouri. The bride travel- Of Interest to
Will Meet NunneryMcKinneyMr. frlenil
: the theme of "A West- Rev and Mrs. W. J. wedding of Interest to many led in a two-piece white garbar- the recent Wedding In !

Next WednesdayThe and Mrs. Carl McKinney ern Rodeo", the Junior Class en- Churchwell were hosts on Thurs- friends here was that of Miss dine suit with red accessories and Mr.Miss Maxine Noegel, da
announce the marriage of their tertained members of the Senior day night of last week in the Martha Anna Mathews daughterof wore a white orchid corsage. Upon and Mrs. W, 11 N
April meeting of the Par- C. Class at their annual banquet in recreation building of the Meth- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mathews, their return they will be at Ft. Lauderdale and
Lorene to R
daughter, Haywood
ent-Teachers Association will be the school cafeteria last Friday odist Church to members of the and Floyd Leighton Hood, son of home to their friends at 308 S. Hancock, son of Mra.
held In the Home Economics Nunnery of Miami. night at 8 o'clock. "church family". Guests Included Mrs. Thelma Hood, which was 13th St. In Palatka. Hancock and the !late W

Room at the school house at 2:30: The ceremony was performed A color scheme of red and members of the Official Board solemnized In the First Baptist Out-of-town guests present Included cock of Alachua. '

p. m Wednesday. The report of ''in ''FolkstOn, Ga., last Saturday white was carried out In dec- officers Sand circle leaders 'of the Church in Palatka at ;,3 p. m Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Poston, The bride was gives

the nominating committee, with night. They were accompanied orating the cafeteria for this Missionary Society, Sunday Sunday, April 7. The Rev. 'John Dunedin, :Mr. and Mrs. Phil Tun-I]I Hage by her uncle B.T
Mrs. Paul Canova as chairman, by Mr. and Mrs.. Buford McKinney -I event, with paper curtains In I'' School teachers together with. Largent, pastor of the church, ure, Lakeland, Mr. and :Mrs. Billy of Gainesville and i had

will be heard and the nominees and Mr. and Mrs Mathew those colors at the windows and their wives and hu bands. performed the impressive double Dowllng Mrs. E. J. Dowling ,and I only attendant her .1J
voted upon.' There will also bean McKinney.; u large bows with streamers from I Guests were greeted In the reception ring ceremony in the presence' Mr. and Mrs. Gene, Long, Stark, Mary Noegel.
and 'transoms. The tables were room and then were seat- the family and friends.' W. E. Hancock
interesting program. Mrs. Nunnery wore a green the Miss Ruby Ellen Wallace Apalachicola Jr.. of
The Executive Board will'meet white :Jersey 'dressi! with whlt Covered!! with white covers edgedin ed at a long T-shaped banquet *The church: was decorated with Mr. and :Mrs .O. O. vllle, brother of the bn

at 2:30: Monday afternoon atthe: accessories and corsage of red 'I'M. Palm branches and other table which was covered ,with white gladioli against a back- Brice, Misses Betty Ann and Bar served as his best 111
school. i I..IH rosebuds, After, a. brief wedding' ''natlVe greenery were used In white linen cloths. Bowls. and! ground of fern and bamboo. Tall bara Jean Brice .and Edward ceremony was perfo
trip they left to make their home .background arrangements about vases of nasturtiums, calendulas, candelabra holding white Rev. Fred Yerkes of
burning
Brice Jacksonville Star
All parents and other Interesti i ,. :Mr. and, Mrs. '
: watsonlas, and surrounded! a
lupin, reception, the
br'Mlami. candles shed over'the
'to''attend < the walls. a soft glow young ,
Wauchula and Bill c
ed are urged Perry Taylor,
persons by fern, were placed at intervals on a
wedding
no the Association can get off to Mr. Nunnery was recently discharged Several sets of cow horns and along the table and candelabra setting. Thomas, LaCrosse. Mrs. trip.
a good atart for the new year. from the Navy. Mrs. simulated rock gardens about the Preceding the entrance of the Hancock Is a f for,
with
white, and yellow Ploye of
Nunnery attended Bradford High room carried out the rodeo theme.A green wedding party, Mrs. Stanton the postofflc ,
candles balanced the floral ar Hank Graham Mr. Hancock
School and has been employed at centerpiece vase arrangementof Brunner, church organist, playeda I has been c
Birthday Party rangements. Favors of candy with a
Camp Blanding for the past year. .weetpeas, surrounded with selection of nuptial music. Miss! Celebrates BirthdayMrs. manufacturing
nests In the color scheme of In Gainesville
For Beverly LappeMrs. : fern interspersed with roses, was Ruby Ellen Wallace, soloist, sang since his?
white
GreeneRoweIn placed on each of the ,several green and yellow were "I Love You Truly" and "Be- W. H. Graham entertained! charge from the army
'Harry Lappe entertained tables and where they joined. An placed at each plate and carried! cause". The bridal party en- Wednesday afternoon at the homeof make their home In Ca

Thursday afternoon of last weekIn a quiet ceremony performedin arrangement of fern was also out the Easter motif. tered and departed to the strainsof her aunt, Mrs. D. A. Monteith, Mrs. Maxie Carter a
honor of the 8th birthday anniversary the Methodist Church last Friday placed down the center of each A delightful three-course din- the traditional wedding on Walnut St., In honor of the was among those atteJ1,
of her daughter, Bev- afternoon at f o'clock, Gladys ner, the main dish being baked marches. 4th birthday anniversary of her wedding.
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table.After capon, was served the
erly. Out-door games were played Rowe, daughter of Mrs. J. M. the invocation the pro- guests. Group photographs were The bride, who was given in son, Hank Graham.
and the children were enter- Reddish the late Mr. Reddishof with the The cake Iced In WCTU To Meet
and gram was opened sing- made by T. H. Osborne. marriage by her father, had as birthday pink
tained by Misses Alice Lappe and Lawtey, became the bride of ing of "Home on the Range" by Following the dinner, a groupof her matron of honor, her sister, with a border of marshmallow The local chaj
Dorothy Patel. Robert G. Green, son of Mr. and the group.! The welcome to the impromptu humorous talks Mrs. W. E. Dowling. Miss Mary bunnies and topped with four I W.CTU
birthday cake Mrs. Adam Green of Starke. by the candles the meet on Friday, April
The two-tiered Senior Class was given were made, and later in the even- Louise Roberts Miss Charlotte pink centered
was iced 'In white with pink and For her wedding the bride worea Junior Class president Doyle I ing spokesmen for the Official Pendleton, Mrs) Joe Crabb and which was covered with a white I. p. m. at the home of !1Ir:

green decorations and topped' by suit of blue with white accessories Conner, and the response by the Board expressed their appreciation Mrs. Royce Hood were brides linen cloth. Pink and white oleanders Epperson on South Wain
five white candles.Refreshments ,"and her corsage was of president of the Senior Class, to the Churchwells for the maids. Little Miss Bonnie Jean and fern were placed about

of' 1
." punch with slices of'the birthday Mr, and Mrs' Green left .Im- the guests was given by the High the past year, and pledged their blue organdy dress with a pink the young guests were entertained. '"Ladles
cake were served )''to the follow- mediately' for ,a' wedding trip School Principal, Foster Shi support for even greater work In I rose corsage and carried a basketof ThxS Auxiliary! j jI

ing guests:.,Mary' Agnes and down the East Coast and upon Smith. His subject was "Friend the coming months. pansiea-which she scattered in Favors of Easter baskets were I Presbyterian Church wW
Madge Ann Mathews, Charlene their return will reside on West ship." Mrs. Churchwell was assisted In the path of the bride as she came given and ice cream and slices of social meeting of. the
and Dennis Susan St. Following this, Miss June Patel planning 'serving Mrs. L. up the aisle on the arm of her the home of Mrs. O. E.S
Kay ,Mayhugh, Madt'sol\ and by the cake were served by Mrs.
"Don't Fence MeIn' Tuesday evening at T i,
solo
Sandra Hazent! Sandra Jones, Mr. Green is the' proprietor of sang' as a D. Vining, Mrs. O. L. Beasley father. Graham, assisted by Mrs. Mon- members are invited
at to
Frances Landrum. Billy Alvarez, the New Method Cleaners in with Mrs. L. A. Canova Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. Titus Ol- Mr. Hood had as his best man teith., <

Brenda Lewis and Dianne Smith..l Starke. the piano McRae School and SuperintendentArthur Mrs. Grace son, Mrs.'W, G. Halle Mrs. Lott. his brother, Royce Hood. Ushers About 20 children with their W. H. Nollmanai'rived j
Mrs. Shellle and Eugene Von Bolson and
Hall, Misses were
,_. mothers, enjoyed this event with sonvllle by plane this w
"'-- - -- --- -- I Osborne school supervisor gave Sharon Hall and Ondlna Church- Harold Guthrie and groomsmenwere
Hank and the gifts were openedand Chicago, after a three we<
brief Impromptu speeches.
Joe Crabb, Bill Thomas,
COME TO ALVAREZ STORE I The Senior Class Prophecy was admired by the group. ness, trip.
well.Woman's Walter Harkle and Bobby Get-
Your Easter. Outfitter Since 1891'' given by Miss Lila Rae Caldwell :Club singer.
i and the Last Will and Testamentof The lovely brunette bride wore

The Occasion Calls the Senior Class by Miss Betty Plans BreakfastMrs. a white net gown over satin witha aF
Jean Hiatt. The Last Round-Up I high yoke,,long waist and full SPEt'I/llI'ALI/ES
For A New Straw was given by Charles Mooney and J. W. KincaId, chairmanof skirt entrain. Her fingertip

Hat and We t4 Bobbie Turner. the social committee of tha veil of illusion fell from a crown
Have AVariety Place cards were ornamentedwith Woman's Club, has called a meet- I of seed pearls. Her' only orna-
a horse and cowboy which ing of her committee for Mon-
ment of
was a string pearls, a
of vra : added to the Rodeo theme and day, April, 22 at 3:30 p. m. vat gift of the bridegroom. She car FOO1CANNON'
BecomingStyles. napkins were red and -white In the home of*'Mrs. O. L. Beasley.The ried a shower bouquet of white

I ') the chosen color scheme. Colored committee is comprised of roses with a white orchid center .
. paper cups of mints, nuts, and the chairmen of all standing com- and orange blossoms on ribbon
\. ." candies were placed at the plates mittees and the purpose of this streamers. -'

; as,favors. meeting Is to,.plan for the club's Mrs. Dowling, matron-of-honor,
I The menu was built around which is to beheld
May Breakfast
wore a.. gown of blue net;*over
; club steak and about 150 people on WednesdayMay 8 at 12
satin with a high ,long
yoke,
FLA.
220 N. TEMPLE AVE. STARKE
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enjoyed the banquet as guests of noon. All members of the committee waist and full skirt. She carried
1. 'I the: Junior Class.: are urged to be. present. a. shower1"bouquet of yellow'rbses.

Miss Roberta wore, a yellow SATURDAY SPECIALS
g Wn&lsa";' ''Peri fletonY orchid;

Mrs. Cratb, Preen and,.Mrs: Hood -

SPORTSWEAR: k1} pink. "They featured' ,sweetheart TOILET TISSUE Roll -
necklines, q'ue'wallts and full : ,
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SHOESTIES ..; skirts. All carried old fashloryed \. "
nosegay bouquets of"spring flower ARMOURS

Well, that even- -eventa has blue grosgralfi ribbon trim and a *. .
; come and gone; '''leaVing me almost corsage of white carnations .' Mrs. Hood graduated from CORN BEEF HASH -

AM ,breathless as the '-thigh Southern Dell girls Jeannine Bradford High School In' the
and all accessories school set. : Referring of Cook and Bobble Beckham, with class of 1941' and was dischargedfrom 32 OZ. JARARROW .
course tp the Junior-Senior Ban- Ralph Alvarez Virginia Dur- the WAVES In November,

'\ quet last Friday night From ahlmer wlth""sailor Fred Selley 1945 after '2 1-2 years service MUSTARD' -
)ALVAREZ! SIORE my peeping.tom point of view It Lou Edwards of Lawtey with during most of which time she
seems that these affairs get bet- Bill Edwards '(no kin) Phil was stationed at the Brooklyn
A ter'n'better each year, or maybe'tis Shuford of the Navy in Mayport Navy Yard in New York. LARGE
Established
1894 just because the rodeo theme Mr. Hood Is a, graduate 'of FANCY LEMONS .
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Palatka schools and is associated
used Friday appeals to the wild
west in my nature At any Hazel Fields In plaid taffeta with the Browning and Fernslde

j. ., rate I'd rate it a most successful gown, green and coral shades Clothing Store there.Reception. No. 2 CAN MILFORDCRFAMSTYLEICORN
event and Mrs. Blanchard Law merging Into\ white and black Is- Held

;;WELCOMENavy seemed to be enjoying it Im- Florence McCulley In blue Immediately following the cere- -J
mensely after struggling (as. net with a corsage of red roses mony a,reception was held In the
Junior sponsor) with the arrangements at her shoulder and a smaller ore home of the bride'a parents..Mrs.
'1' ; I for weeks She, at the waist :' Anice Green In Joe Crabb presided over. the No. 2 CAN, CREAM STYLE

Men and Your Families wore a most becoming blue gown a strapless pink taffeta Henry aride's book at the entrance to MINN. VALLEY CORN .
featuring set-in lace and another Manaasa Jr., with Doris :Moncrlef the living room and turned the

Who Have attractive lady-in-blue .was Mary Betty Home with Dickie May guests over to the receiving line '
Come Make
i2'CAN'
to Ann Smith, wife of the BHS Among ex-servicemen which was composed of close No. 2
; principal Mona Canova, noted: Eugene' Douglas and Wilson friends and relatives of the young :
'...Your Home In Starke 1,, \ music instructor, .was stately In I Green This grand occasion couple. BARTLETTPEARS. -

black lace was made further notableby The home was beautifully dec-
the fact'tint Elizabeth Law- orated with calla lilltes and other

Minor tragedy was suffered by son conceded to frilly femininityand spring flowers. CHOICE; MEATS AT ALL Til
faculty member Ola Perkins (Mrs. shelved her usual sports at- The bride's; table was covered ;
Bynum) ,who subjected herselfto tire in favor of a black and pink with an 'exquisite lace cloth and

a long'session at the beauty formal-and Very becoming It centered with ,the threetieredbride'a Fresh Dressed & Drawn POULTRY
H parlor, getting her hair done for was, too ? | Among the proud cake. Burning taper in
; the big event, and acquired sucha parents ably assisting were Alice silver"'holders and a low floral i AT ALL TIMES
headache in the process that Anderson Eel Godwin, Mrs. arrangement of white iris bal-

titi she had to give up going! Harry Lappe, Mrs. :J. G. Caldwell .
!
*: Glimpsed Dot Lappe with Lyle and .Mrs. Hasklns of Keystone

Anderson, and Betty (Turner')) REELECTN.
Reddish with her GI husband I;......;.;
( James who Just did get home ,in So busy checking the doings of
I time to escort his wife Both the younger set this week that D. (Noon) WAINWRIGHT' JR.
Dot and Betty were wearing I've scarcely'had time for any- .

orchid corsages Bobby TUr- thing else Did hear how-
ner escorted Betty 'Jean Hiatt ever, that Flo.,and Tom Slade of Your Representative for Bradford County
L1" whose blonde beauty wa becom- Baxley Ga.. have purchased Florence -
ingly framed in blaclE net with Brown's lovely: lake home ,
sequin bands around the skirt and will be welcome additions to

: and a black ribbon In ,her hair the Kingsley colony Flo,'&8
Carolyn (Huttof Kinney you know is a sister of Myrwln He Will Give You RESULTSNot

: ,'.1, charming school secretary, was Long .- Newlyweds Robert '
lovely in pink Carolyn Ross Green and Gladys Rowe are due PROMISES
We hope you will, enjoy. ,our, churches, wore an extraordinarily beauti- back today from Miami and will'
ful pale pink corsage and Mary be at home to.friends In the **
our schools, and the facilities we cailr.offer Ann Coleman iri During. .hU first .term Walnwrlght helped
a
'. .. ,pink gown Guy Sale house on Madison St. nerunitha I
.
featuring high neckline and very Guy an' Dot are now residIng free' hog cholera and bang disease
for your entertainment.We full skirt, was escorted by Marvin with Dot's parents on Cherry Farmers of Bradford County;

Montgomery '. The John B. Dyes of Ft. 1L" '' the Mil
Al&d In Inereased appropriations for
also hope that will take Lauderdale have moved into their I r''r and more and Bu 1 D river
you part in pay for the Teachers .
Abo DOted W&t&eI'llOD place at Kingsley for the summer -10
HarveiM -
Freeman Register (Jr.) Helped! secure more money for the old age "*
our social life and activities and believe of Hampton In a white net skirt ; r rice fund other me arfor
wife Betty Jean and, :young son and supported many
that you, will find Starke a pleasant and with black velvet blouse and will soon move Into the'r new .the welfare of the people.
: iiscorted by Sammy Renfroe home at the corner of South and a r*
healthful town in which to live. Selma Sapp in pastel, blue net Thompson, recently purchasedfrom With the experience gained and trlesl4 l+MP rb&
: Girt; with black blouse was with L. A. and Ervlna Rennolds 4 Med In the Legislature ha In qualified to

James Alvarez, and Marian Jimmie McMUlen celebratedher his County and State even greater service. !U"1MI

: Brown, in shimmering white, with 19th birthday anniversarywith SeMion.

STARKE DRY CLEANERS I Billy; Miles MarteHa Edmond. a dinner for 12 Tuesday tf
: son In pale pink with John An- night He, Is qualified t experienced and de enl"imps*
: derson .. Myrtle Thomas of V second term. Let's continue hint In this!
PHONE I Graham in white with GranvUle And It'. finis, for now So ant office.
and LAUNDRY
28 STAFF : Howe of Gainesville Jeanette long See you la the nextCarolyn.

.... I III"" 0(, Broofcer _with Eugene (Paid for by friends of "Noon" who are Interested In the welfare of Bradford Countyr. .)
," 611111 : Douglas-she In black net with .
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JhAl'BI.' 1" ---- MtAUPORD COUNTY TD.EO....... BTARKE. FLORIDA
PA41e FIVJt
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i today fo, spend Easter covtngton. ua., spent Sunday as '
weekend I
BITS of LOCAL NEWS I I with 'her mother, Mrs. O. W. I'I guests of Mr.: and Mrs. W. G. with Mrs J. M. Bradley' and Mrs. I I I|! Mr.; and )Mrs. James B Alderman. I I Halle. William Wilson 'of RaifOrd at- 'the Jack till'Xrs.
i tended < Associational'I spent weekend at their former >. Freeman were shopping in j
Charles Burton, was returning to her station In Dr. K., C. Wright Bible lecturer I| Mrs. Herbert Cloversettle and a WMU home In Bonifay. Jacksonville Friday.
Mrs meeting at Pine Grove <
aDd are Daytona of Aurora, Ill., who Is giving a '[! daughter, Delores, and Miss Bertha Baptist i
'rlY of %timegwtth Mr. Mrs. Herbert Dahl of Jacksonville series of lectures this week at I'|' Loper of Theressa were shop Church In Gainesville last Friday.Mr. .
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
some and slaj. the Methodist ping in Jacksonville Tuesday. and Mrs. Harold Glasgow : }
In,9 brother-In-law spent last week with her Church, is the
Miss Mrs. Calvin Johns and !olr.. Bill
also
house Lop/ underwent
Anderson, cousin, Mrs. Errol Alvarez. guest of the Rev. and Mrs. medi-
Mrs, j. L. < Sexton in It has born stated that 1 Men In favor of Bonding
cal were Jacksonville Tuesday
treatment
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and W. J. Churchwell.Mr. for an Infected ear.
recent discharge from Donald Cunningham of Los Bradford County for a County llowpltal.
bls Angeles Calif., la visiting his and Mrs. O. L. Beasley Mrs. C. D. Lavlnghouse and I drMrn
are to correct< that statement, I bate never
Come and be fitted In
arrive grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, visiting In Tampa and Lake son, Dewey of Mobile, Ala., are a beautiful -
will A. S. Al-
s.SS Pearce Sptrrtto garment: for spring stated or Implied that I am lit favor of a llomlInane.
wanda to
expected arrive
eat College N. McCay of Lawtey. fred this weekend.. Mrs. Beasley' around May 1 .
>:<[ont to spend the summer at and minimer.-Mr*. Frank Hoover,
from
weekender parents, Mr. Klngsley
and Mrs.
spend the Easter Mrs E. E. Canova went to A. C. Lake. Mrs. Lavtnghouse Is Cowtlere, Starke. 4-12 8tp The only method of financing no far mentioned or
Durden, the
o Bertha Jacksonville returned to their home
per mother, Tuesday to spend in Tampa after sister of Mrs. W. D. Faxon and Mrs. H. B. McLendon and HiiKget\ ban been<< by the purplun Race Track
visiting
Easter weekend with here and<
her son-in- Mrs. Jeanette Mrs. E J. Flynn. daughter Jeannette, arrived Wed- Funds and I am not certain that thin method wifl
e.J. Gomes spent tile weekend lIe'1ccompanled I law G. L.and-Patten.daughter, Mr. and Mrs. turn with them W.from Kincaid Tampa will fora re- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scanlan and nesday from Orlando to spend be acceptable to the Board of County CommlanlonriH !

rgs! visiting back relatives.to. Starke III ]I I Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere and son, visit. sons. Jerry and Jimmy, returnedto the Easter holidays wittL. ,Mrs. and She Board of Public Instruction. [
their home in Oak Ridge, Tenn. JcLendon's parents, Mredpand The only poMUnn taken' by Die la the matter la,
who Pitner of Befortyou! find
Pines :
Reeves Bay will arrive yourself In a fix.
I sister, Col. : Better telephone 146. Monday after a week's visit with Mrs. E. S. Matthews. They wer" .< that i Bradford County don need ft hospital and
4-12 Stp Mrs. Scanlan's parents Mr. and accompanied from Apoplta. by I
Misses Fran Peek, Delia Rosen- ithat It should have one lf'lt can be Brewed wttbout -
Mrs. N. Steinberg. Mrs. J. c. Robinson and )Mrs
berg and Lucille IfIlyLewis an additional'U.hburden o/h/ the people.
[Experienced In Business Hind GovernmentVOTE the weekend Mitchell spent Mrs. A., Z. Adkins and son, A. who are guests of Mr.: tAd 1
In Tampa after serv Z., Jr., were shopping In Gainesville Mrs. James Lewis. > RCSprclfulty submitted,
FOR ing as delegates to the state con-
Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. .
venUon Mrs. Fannie Mae Gelgerl of
WILBUR C. KING Lakeland of Junior Woman's ClubsIn S. L. Peek spent the week- Plant City spent some time 'recently E. L. CRAWFORDCounty
Thursday and Fri
end with her sister
Mrs. George with her friend Mrs. W.
'1 of Zolfo Springs. Hardea County, Florida day.Mrs. Marks, In Deland. I S. Clark. Commissioner District Two
A. F. Saute was shopping Judge A. Z. Adkins returned

4 for Railroad Commissioner GoP In Jacksonville Friday. Tuesday after holding court in
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Miss Elsie Duncan is spending Trenton the first of the week.

Slate Senator tcattlemanGrower this weekend at her home in] Mrs. W. B. Alexander is visitingMrs.
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,/...:.;;;; I promle n vlororoti:competent. admlnlatriitlnn.K.lrfl Clearwater.Mrs. Tommy Sutton and Mrs. Luxurious Three-Piece Living Room Suits I
h rIis; : J n man thnrouarhlr qualified to efficientlyHerve A. B. Hollis and son, Alton Maxwell in Axson Ga., this week

'Ii > thin Important and trnn officewhlih..i>..rtatl..ii deal problems with allriinniiunlcntlon of Jr., of Atlanta Ga., came Mrs. L. D. Haines and children .. ,.
theHtntv.. I. Mill l>e HKKIM.Y tiHATKPUl for Tuesday for several days with 1 are spending two weeks with her SOFA and rV __ _p ,1(
,e t'y ,uar vote and fictile nupport.'Paid Mr. and Mrs. W. a. Halle. sister, Mrs T. D. Brun, In South
Political Advertisement Mrs. Rose Marie Smith, Red Carolina.Pvt. ? I

Cross Field Representative from W. T. "Billy" Jackson of 2 LARGE CHAIRS f 'i ..

Headquarters In Atlanta, Ga. Augusta, Ga., spent last week |<
spent Tuesday with the local of end here with his family. t
'
fice.Mrs. The Rev. L. D. Haines Is con- 129.50
Robert Ward and Mrs. ducting a series of revival meetIngs -
LeRoy Lovell were'shopping in in Hawthorne this week.

Gainesville Tuesday.Mr. I I Mrs. Clyde Priest Mrs. T. B. "
} I and Mrs. W. C. Mathis of Harding and Mrs. H. L. Hough PORCH "

*: 4 ROCKERS
4/+ Notice Of Unpaid Delinquent

tYrtC Intangible Personal Property TaxesAs Slat Kottom o .. !,,
C, ; ,
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8.50
provided by Chapter 20724 Acts of 1941, notice is hereby given
that Intangible personal property taxes assessed for 1945: are now delinquent I
and beginning with April 1st such taxes are drawing interest I,
of 2 per cent per month plus a penalty of 10 per cent and the pro- CLOTHES 3-Piece Bedroom Suits
\; () portionate cost of publishing this notice. Unless the amounts set
IJf pSl.f& opposite each name Delow are paid before the first day of May 1946, BASKETS '
q c' tax executions will Issue thereon and be delivered to the sheriff for Dresser, Chest and lIed '

toto levy upon any property, real, personal, or mixed belonging/ the tax- 2.75Laundry 'Walnut Finish Large Drawer in Chest
payer, for unpaid taxes, penalties and( additional costs. The names of )
delinquent intangible personal property taxpayers and the amount of
ec l4e taxes, Including the cost of advertising and the first month's penaltyare
O as follows: 99.50
Bags ,l'
American Tung Mills, Inc. 4374 American Tung1 Uroyex. Inc. J58.95

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c. A. KNIGHT;
fi Tax Collector, Bradford County. .95 WE BUY and SELL I..


Notice Of Unpaid Delinquent GOOD USED FURNITURE ':'

Tangible Personal Property, TaxesAs ICE BOXES
,Contact Us Before You Buy or Sell See

provided by Chapter 20723 Acts of 1941, Notice is hereby given Large, All Metal Us In Our New Location Next Door to '
that tangible personal property taxes assessed for year 1945: are now ,
., i .;' "' delinquent, and beginning April 1st such taxes are'drawing Interest 42.75 .4 Darby's. '
Mrs. A. II. Johns Mrs. Frances Moyer of one per cent per month plus the proportionate cent of publishing "
:r '''. ....< t. '., H'h. i this notice. Ulle88lth.( amounts set opposite eacl4 1 name below are J.
.h.' _:.. -l"" J.Jrs...... ...La'%!.Qo s .ii'L vw 'paid before the first day of May. 1946 warrants will issue thereondirecting'levy'upon'and = '*. ''FACT"fCAN t
: seizure of'the tangible )pbflbriar'property'atthe : 1T'SA DO BETTER AT
-'''J n.- _-L ... ... ..... .... ..-.._... ... "' ... ..0a taxpayer for unpaid taxes, penalties and additional costs ,The ,< .. \, .
; ', name of delinquent personal property taxpayers aid the amount of "

;a > :i taxes,'Jnclud1ng the* cost of advertising and the first month's' penalty John H. D.nmaijcFurniture: ; Co.. a :
4T ,
Ladies Dress'up are as follows: < 'r .
with a new t,
School Dlntrfet" lIIe :a Sumner, A. O. .._______,. ._ 3.41: PHONE 151FINAL STARKE'P14.'
-- .__...
PLASTIC BAG for EASTER Burton, H. D. ______..___... 2.4Kalch. WllllaniH, Joe ..u-------...__ 40.44 : ", ,.,
J.. K.. Clifford" Clara 27.18 .....0... Mlatrlct ,.No.DeLnach S ht. .
.Kalch.' U R. _' ____________. 11.44 J. W. .___________ 583 J
-. 'School DUtrlet No. S OrirriM, Canton U. _______. __ 1093
Anderson J. 1.. -.____....... 10.94 arlfflff. Oordon u............. too :' - - ,"- - '--: -'
A A A Luncheonette ...____ 27.02 flrirfln. Clyde C. ______________ 5.04Angelo'e !
- - v.
- - -
\ Orlll ._, _________ 27.02 Starllntr D. Wl/ ......______ 6.113
-
1 named, Marcla -____._n__.... B.ftt Sumner A. A. ____..-.______ 362
Blanding Center, Inc. ____.. 134.29 School l>l..rl<-. No. Ie
Ream Cyrus E. ,____.______ 2.09 Hutrhlnnon. C. C. ___. .____ 3.89Rurreil
Tom __________ __ 27.02 Wllllw, T. L. .. 660 DAY
Burrell, Tom ______...._n_.. 21.88 IO........ D1------------.
Brown. H. C. _____________ 13.82 Sterling, II. U 4 OBtlrkool
DeI ach, T. L. .___ ..______ D/Mr--------------'rt No. It
Depot Cafe ________ -_____ 1382-- John. A. P. ......_______u_ 1.93
Kpper.. W. J., Jr. __________ 8.08 Laienby, W. D. .__.__.___ .. 3.98 OFAUCTIONSALE
i iC flub, Fred on. ____,________.,-.__ 40.44 Wynn C. C. _________ _____ 15.84
Holtiendorf, R. C. _________ 8.04 School UUIrlrt" N. 13: 1
Jordon J. W. _________.__ 48.80 Crawford E. J. ___._-__ __ 2.57
I Luke, I. V. _________._______ 37 Sweat: Levy .__.__________.___ 1.88
_______.. 6.1.84 Hrhitol Dlatrlet No. 1OAlvarri
Little, Q. H. A lola
... Henry ____________ 27.02 M J. ..........____ 1.93 !
Mayhunh, TT. C. ___________ 13.8S: IrlffU, Hlchard'......__ _____ 1.91
McCulloy.. Llnney FOBS ..__ 2702 Ty.on.Vm.. Jr"-------------; 10.50
Orange Bus Line, Inc. .-.___ 27.02 Tyson, Albert 3.89Nrkool
Dric..
Pal Mimic Co. 63.84 IN

Park Prescott Cafe H.___A.___Jr---------__. _______ B3 10.94:! 84 American, C.Tung-A. .drove-__._...__Inc._.__104.04Croiby 3.10 SATURDAY APRIL 20th
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Pasvantla. Nick ____-_.___... 27.02 CroHby, A. I* -!......__d_.:._ II.43
Rita Cafe .___..________.... 03.84 Hicks., P. II. _...*_..___ ... 285
Carl ___ _________ 27.02 Ha...., I. H. _____________ 9.83 ,
Hitch Rennolda.. R. T.-_ _____.______ 8.91 Houirh. H. U .____.______-.__ J45Kelloy ,. ,; p "" -". ... .. r.. ..,_
StarlingSTr Pearl ___.____ 3.811 C, A. .......... o..__ '.17

Tax C. A.Collector KNIGHT, Bradford County. Your Last Opportunity To Buy That z '

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i C r c SERVICE "AS YOU LIKE IT" EASTER GIFT At Your Own Price!


BRADFORD: BARBER SHOP .. t

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Court St. We Appreciate Your Business

11 C'f t C c r e c tr W. J. Prather R. Morgan Monday Morning All Prices Will .




f 1 r BROWN 1VIITE GUY'S MARKETQUALITY Return To OPA Ceiling :'


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and WHITE _
FOOD at LOW PRICES

RED
We Will Have Available For Your Selection All
and WHITE
1 lb. tin .30
'''Maxwell House Coffee, -

Standard Nationally Advertised Jewelry Merchan

,-, and BLUE WHITE SPRY, 1 Ib. 25 3lbs. .75 dise. Also the Most Complete Watch, Jewelry,


Ballard's White Flour, 2 lb. Pkg. .18 Optical and Clock Repair Service That Starke Has


lb. .19 Ever Known. Our Entire' Camp Blanding Repair I,
BEEF
STEW - '

f. 1 Shop and Equipment Is Now Available to You.

Toilet 'Tissue, 3 Rolls -' .25 j
3.75

SALT 3 Pkgs. - .10
to 8.75Robbins':,; ,

... "I Kingans Pure Lard, 2 lb. Pkg. ..37

Laundry Soap, Large Bars .09 Harley Strong

Fresh Tomatoes, Pound .29

Home Grown String Beans, Pound .19

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137
Metal Yard Rakes, Each -

Brooms, Each - to .69 CAMP BLANDING JEWELER SINCE 1941

Flashlight Batteries, 3 For .69
Formerly "The Stag"

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u .., ruary and to Sgt. in March. e . . '. . ,'Box: '1Z4, Wilmington North Car;; and addreee III

I SERVICE PARADE:? He writes that he would appreciate Pine Level Sun You&. are required to appear on 4 >lay You 8,are 194&re'IUIr, unkno,, a
In
i
hearing from old friends 8. 1946' In th. above named Cou rt and cau.... t e
... h"h
and cause wherein "
plaintiff .Ilk. ,
.. and his address Is: Sgt. R. J. \ :eu:: divorce and care, custody. and: trot of divorce and sir
By Mra. II. BI. McRs By Mrs. minor EIId Rr
R. NUEIlNBEROEtt RAY A. JOHNSON Turner Jr., Co. D 803 M.: P. Bn., . of minor children. Brad County Telegraph
. . S 5 County Telegraph hall pub- Order .* aha'n ,
WITH 1ST CAVALRYPfc. BACK FROM PACIFIC APO 782 NT. NY. this Order in next four weekly Witness", tour!'' "eel,

Robert P. Nuernberger Ray A. Johnson, S 1-c eon of: Rev. W. E. Hall filled his regular Rev. E. ..witness.... my hand and official seal ?:j49Starke' Florid hand,.aM thl oft,

son of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Nuern- Mr. and Mrs. W. Johnson Route BRADFORD COUNTY MEN appointment at Pine Level Ga., filled his Starke, Florida, this March SO, (OFFICIAL 8EAI.I
2, Starke recently returned from DISCHARGED FROM NAVY Church Sunday morning and ment at ; As Clerk "f J
berger, Route 2, Starke, Is now OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Iiy Lucille said '?un,
serving with the famous 1st the South Pacific after completing The following men have recently evening with a very large at- morning: and .. Clerk of said Court. T. Frank r..C' rnnrq''n

Cavalry Division in the present three years of Naval Ser- received discharges at the tendance. There were 197 pres- Mr. and H. By Duncan-517 Lucille C.Lynch Conner lildg., D. C. Atty for 1>lf.nd""I1, "fl

occupation of Tokyo. vice, and was discharged on April Naval Personnel Separation Cen- ent for Sunday School classes Theressa were nnvllle, Florida.
2 in Jacksonville. ter In Jacksonville: and Baptism was held after for Plf. 4-5 4t 4-28 IN lnfTI'r L'OtkT
He has been overseas 10 months her Bft
.
Enlisting in the Navy In March Jr. S 2-c church services In the morning.Mrs. f. rtln 'LOU'U"I Lr
and is now serving with the 8th Julius S. Eunice, and Mrs Floyd
Engineer Squadron.; He entered 1943, he received preliminary Lawtey. Owen McRae spent Thurs- Mr. andMrs. COUNTY OIKCVIT FLORIDes CO PUT. BRADFORD IN CIIANCEItY. vs.Xa.thle..n Roy Lee WaIlR". Field,

the service in August 1944 and training at Balnbridge, Md., and Maxie Moore S 1-c, Starke. day !in Lake City accompanied by children were No 4557. Fleld'I D"teno
his at was later assigned to the des- her mother, Mrs. N. A. Connerof Brown Plaintiff V.. Sam ORDER OF' !
received basic training S 1-c Brooker renuC,
Joseph W. Kelly ;- Jacksonville E. Brown Defendant.. Cane AND NOTICE
Fort Belvoir. Va. Aa a civilian troyer-escort Avree assisting In Midway.Mr. Springs 4555.OltDBR. LearFields OF FLORIDA TO API
he ged'ln 'farming. Pacific escort duty for two years. and Mrs. Warren Kelly and OV PUBLICATION whore
was eng Gordon 1.. Parker, MM 3-c, Mr. and Mrs. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR addres Tl.j: 82t Cecil rest'
... His ship also participated in the children of Starke spent Satur- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Samuel : vllle, Kentucky, A'MU<
"PVT. DAVID JONESAT Invasions of Salpan and Palau Brooker. with Mr. daughter, Brown whose residence and You are requl''d
and Sunday
day night
Wm. P. Thaoue S 1-c, Starke.Hampton business ." Is: Route No. 1, Lenox, May 6. 1948, In the i tor
BASE ON GUAM and In the second Battle of the and Mrs. B' M. McRae. .' I Court and cause,

Pvt. David Jones, son of Mrs. Philippines. Prior to his Navy . e . Mrs. Robert Myridk and Mr*: Wednesday.Robert You 8, are 1948.required In the to above appear named on I Peeks maiden divorce name and wh.r.ln rn,
Pearl Collins of Starke has been service he was employed at Camp Susie Myrick and son Bishop and cause wherein plaintiff Telegraph thai PubUah nredf.
spent the divorce and custody of min- In' next tour I'
transferred from the B-29 repair Blandlng. made a business trip to Jacksonville mother Mrs. child. E'radford County Tele Witnellll my Weekly land In,
base at Harmon Field Guam to a Saturday. shall publish this Order In mastarke' Florida a.
SOT. R. J. TURNER Mr. and four weekly Issues. I*
center In the United
personnel I By Mrs. BI. (J. Sweeney Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby and Witness my hand and official AiF LCiAL.8KAL)
States to SERVING IN ITALY family were A J
await
discharge from . . ,. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Crosby of at fltarke Florida this April said :our6
Luclll
the Army. He has ,been In the Sgt. R. J. Turner, former BHS Hellbronn 1946.OFFICIAL' y C. Canner D r
Mr. and Wm.
Sunnybrook were visiting SEAL) A. J. Thomas, D.
service 24 months. football star and son of Mr. and EASTER SUNDAY CALENDAR Mrs. Robert Sunday aft- Mr. and Mrs. Clerk .of Bald Ceurt. .Morgan.Flfth Jl\'klHnvm. ptBuilding ,
Taylor .
His wife and child reside at Mrs. Roan Turner of New River 7 a. Community sunrise children 0 f 'y Lucille C. Conner D. .. Atty. for Pit t F'
ernoon. .
Frank Landrum, Florida
Starke
Starke. landed in Naples Italy on Dec. 8 service Hampton Lake sponsoredby Friday night for Pit. 4-5 4t 4-26 IN
and is now stationed in Leghorn, Young People's Choir. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas his COUNTY CIIt'i'IT1uitr. all
tl fllt'3il1' He and little son of Brooker spent and Mrs. H. B. CEII Y.Miriam FLen1Dtt I
about 300 miles from Naples. cinrriT COITHT, BRADFORD
10 a. m. Sunday School Bap-
has had three rapid promotions Saturday night and Sunday with They visited at COrNTV FLORIDA IN CIIAN- Cox Nelson, PIli
tist Church. CKHY. Patrick 11. Nelson,
to Pfc In January, to Cpl. in Feb- Mrs. Thomas' parents Mr. and Sink Hole .. CraWford Alex:, Plaintiff v*. Nca. 4549.0111)1SR: Detest
10 a. m. Sunday School, Meth- Mrs. H. H. Lewis. .. OF
Mrs. Eddie Alex. Defendant. Case No. 1'Cni4rA
odist Church. Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall were spent the 4558.ORDER ANn NOTICE OF To APIII.SNelson
OF PUBLICATION F..OHlDA
t 11 a. m. Morning worship, Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and man who Is AND NOTICE TO APPEAR whose r..ldon"10
;(11: CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION Christian Church, Rev. Fred Mrs. H. H. Lewis. Rising STATE OF FLORIDA to: Terry dress Is Andrews, 8. c S
pecan
whose residence and address Mary Nelson, Hyde Avers,
Dodd, Pastor. Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Alvarez Miss .. 433 0 Street Fresno, California. Charleston 14. c
You are
3 p. m. Sunday School Chris- of Starke were visiting Mr. and Folkston Ga., You are required to appear on May II. J9411,required|In the to.bo.n

tian Church. Mrs. Robert Taylor Sunday aft- Sunday of) 6,and 1946 cause In the wherein above plaintiff named Court seeks and divorce cause, wherein

Enjoy Real 7:30: p. m. Baccalaureate ser- ernoon. Alyce Crosby. divorce and restoration of Telegraph shall publish,,
h
HonesttoCoodnessIIOMECOOKED vice, school auditorium,. Rev. J. Rev. and Mrs. O. J. Raulersonof The Corinth name.shall publish Bradford thle County Order In Witness next four weekly, lean

W. Miller of Melrose, speaker. Lawtey were dinner guests an Easter next four weekly issue. ""mY Starke my, PIorld"'iOFFICIAL | ,I,
Witness my bund and official 'I
Everyone is cordially invited to Monday of Mr. Raulerson's uncle night at their at Starke Florida this April ( SEAL
A.
J
MEALS attend any and all services. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. The Juniors 1948. An Clerk of said Court.
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
the By Lucille C.
program Coons D
.
McRae. Clerk of said Court.
T. Frank
In Clean, QuietSurroundings SCHOOL PLAY There will be an all-day service dially invited P"y Lucille C. Conner D. C. Atty. for J.RndrulI1 Pit, Stark t.
D. Morgan-Fifth Floor Clark
The 8th grade play, "Beads on with dinner on the groundsat Mrs. Mabel ', Jacksonville Flo.
a String" will be presented Friday Pine Level Church Sunday. Is visiting her for PI*. 4-5 4t 4-2 USE:

night April 19 at 8 p. m. In Everyone is #vlted. sister, Mr. and
702TEMPLE for a few days.Mrs. CIRCUIT CO tJ liT. IWADFORM
the school auditorium. Mrs. 66Cold
May
AVE. Touchton principal Is the chapel PINK LEVEL HONOR ROLL W. C: COUNTY. FLOIUDAl IN C1IANCKHY. -

The following have been reported Galloway and Belle Rourke. Plaintiff vs.
3-ajct
director of ths andIt
:: comedy
Martin
should prove worth while entertainment on' the Pine Level Baptist and Neal ; .. No. 45S0.ORDER Rourke Defendant. Preparat

IX IECAFE Church Sunday School Honor Roll ing business in OF PUBLICATIONAND LIIII.ld-Ta..I.iat.,8o"I.. .
PHARMACISTPhone for the first quarter of 1946. The day. NOTICE TO APPEAR CAUTION! VseonlrAiE
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Charles
,- GRADUATION EXERCISESThe ages are 15 and under. Rourke whose residence

64 STARKEOntheMinit graduation exercises of the Class 5, Mrs. Lavon Alvarez THINGS
Hampton Junior High School will teacher: Mary Lou Alvarez, Glen OUR

Service be held Friday evening April 26 Conner, Jpyce Conner Frances Can Use More
One in Pulpwo
___ I ( a .M
Jean Dobbs. Marlene -
-- ---- Crosby Norma
7g -------------- at 8 p. m. The graduates are beautification
Cyril Pickren class president; ] Reddish Charles Hutchcson
dents of the WRITE TIMBER KIT
., Irene and Gwendolyn McRae. *
Grace Dickinson secretary;
1 Class at BUS)
Greene, Treasurer; Eugene Mead Class 6, Mrs. Robert Myrick Container Corp'n. of America Fernandina Fl

I Faye Burton J.: L. Slade and teacher: W. M. Addition Owen By

I 1 > Bobby Wetherington. Alvarez, Barbara Conner Glenda
Crosby Aaron Hutcheson, Caro- Look around I
Another successful school term
lyn Hutcheson Shirley McRae, Starke Is
Qwas closes with deep appreciation due Alice Register, and W. B. star- could be? If ENJOY GOOD FOOD ATSTANLEY'S
to Mrs. May
our efficient faculty
Touchton[ principal Miss Edna ling.Class; going through
wartime Governor, Holland 7, :Miss Haven Crosby Ask yourself
Dudley, Mrs. Floy Sullivan and
built the Strongest Financial \ I teacher: Ervin Browning, Volley Here are a
Miss OpheliaBryan. '
I Conner Gerald be done to RANC
Structure Florida ha tad in its BrowningJune
,
and Bobby read them and
? BIRTHDAY PARTY Crosby. Gayle Reddish, I' ,
History. should be done.I
entertained Sapp.
Mrs. J. D. Parker
with a delightful party last Sat- Class 8, Mrs. W. K. Hall teach'I''I First of all I"t'I 3 MILES SOUTH OF TOWN ON ROAD 28

urday evening; honoring her sister er: Patricia Alvarez, I be proud '
varez, Nancy Conner Ronald keep their. .
ft Margaret Dyal, on her 15th
birthday anniversary. About 60 Crosby, Nolan Dobbs Rudolph ,I keep the houses

the Hutcheaon, Charles Odom, and,. clean.
people enjoyed games
young STEAKS CHICK
and prizes were awarded Norma Betty Joe Starling. I I Second: Keep ---

A4M4ees1S Sweeney and J., L. Slade In the Class B, Mrs. F. L. Clough and repaired.
contests. teacher: Bobby BrownIng Emma Third: Have

Sue Odom and Wayne Sapp. grounds to SEAFOOD

g I ; From where I sit.. by Jo ..Mal'shMat been After opened the numerous by ,the young gifts honoree had-' conditions streets and and

delicious refreshments of FARM NOTESBy Fourth: H a DINNER PARTIES SOLICITED

punch and cookie with slices of L. T. DyerA ment keep the
the birthday cake were served.
Fisher versus Soil Conservation paymentof out of town.
assisted In serving -
Mrs. Parker was
like that
$1.50 per acre will be paid for places
and entertaining by her tl
Ed's Big Toe' Mrs. oats or rye planted last fall if smelly that
mother Mrs. David Dyal health
made and not
a good growth was
Ruth Dyal and Miss Dimple EARL'S GARAG
Parker. cut for hay or grain. Those who made to move

Mat Fiaher'e our local weatherman rain like Jupiter Plu'Ylu15-and we signed up to participate In the Five: Get rid '

... and planning for the pichold it in Ma Hoiklns' parlor, WEINER ROASTA program this'year should report continually One-IIalf Mil South of Starke on Rood IS
If turn over
nic of our town Improvement Club, drinking beer and roasting hot weiner roast was given on their oats before April 30th, knows how ''
have not already done so. All Kinds of Auto Work
they
Mat persuades ua to postpone it dogs. the school grounds last Saturday Sixth: Look !
Now Is the time to plant pas-
when the 7th grade entertained -
until Tuesday since it's going to evening
Of course.Ed razxee Mat no end.Bntnobody'e ture grasses. Carpet, Bahia and They do have ALL WORK USED Wrecker Set

rain for three days, starting Saturday sore. In fact,they like, grade. Mr.the and graduating Mrs. R. 8th F. Pangola are the three leading but go inside. i GUARANTEED AUTO PARTS DAY OR WOWE

the 8th. Mat Jut a little better, being an Touchton the grasses recommended. Seed of to take my I
chaperone
But Ed Whortle claims lie can expert and being wrong(And from and supervised were the amusing the first two may be purchasedon yourself It's
many
feel rain in his big toe-and he where I sit,'a stormy day indoors games. Besides the ever popular the market but cuttings of is worse. BUY SELL and TRADE USED CAHere's

aye there isn't a drop In prospect before fire makes a hot dog and weiners, coca-colas and candy I' the pangola must be planted as These are

for at least three days a glass of beer extra sppetixfng!) were enjoyed about the open fire. there are no seed available. These things to be !

Well, ifs bright and sunny on cuttings may be had at the Experiment IN CIRCUIT ('
the 8th-and 9th-and 10th. But Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May and Station at Gainesville. COUNTY ..

come the day of the picnic,it pours c90e daughter Mrs. J. R. Lambert, Several farmers in the county Helen CKHY.Elisabeth.
spent several week started this grass last year and tiff, vs. John sweeter, tastier bread

sightseeing in Tampa, Tarpon others are setting it this year. fendant.ORDER Case OF '

Springs, Lake Wales and St. Those who wish it'should make AND FLEISCHMANN
fapyrijhe,1946, UiuttJ Statn Bnwtn FoatJaliat Petersburg. Last Friday they applications to county agent's of- Alton STATE.OF r with

had as their guests Petty Officer fice. Is % 3, A. .. .

and Mrs. Bryon Moore of Valdosta ..... _n .. ... -.- t FRESH j
Ga., and Texas who were
enjoying a 10-day leave. For Safety, Comfort and Economy ,

Mrs. Dan Johnson of Jacksonville ISflrrS-

spent the weekend with relatives FOR COURTEOUS

here. CORRECT (;
Mr* Ida Maxwell has returnedto I YEn.A

her home after a twomonthvisit INFORMATION '!
;
: with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wig- "
9Vl 7
1 Kins in Jacksonville.Miss rieaae Phone 141 .-

j d June Hall of Starke spent

several days last week with Miss Ride Florida Greyhound Lines, Inc. 2 r 4R

Betty Horne. They enjoyed a ? ;
BUS
visit to Silver Springs Funday. UNION

Mrs. Alma Saxon Id recuperating Temple Ave. LACY CONWAY. Agent
.. _
e. T
at her home after a major i I
operation In Riverside Hospital. '

Jacksonville recently.
Yes Miss Marian Claire John of' Irs FULL STRENGTH so it goes right to

You Can Rest Starke has been a recent guest of No waiting. No extra steps. FleischmaW!,

Assured of Perfect Satis- e ifr.. and Mrs J. W. Horn and active Yeast helps make bread that's B'*!

oifac.tIonnnWJllen You Send Your Clothes family. fl
to Our EVERYBODY licious and tender sweeter-tasting et-eT1
To Please You Is Our ,
Sole Aim In Llfe.r Mrs. Ann R. Guy Is spendingthis ,

: week with her son and ENJOYS EATING IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-Get
daughter-in-law. Mr. and .Il11. AT
I.UONE 135 Henry Guy in FruiUand Park. Flelachmann'a active fresh Yeast

with the familiar yellow labeL nfeuw4e
Mrs. Percy Griffin of Jacksonville -
ROBT. ntmt 316 has been visiting Mr. and I The PARK Dependable-if been America's '

GREEN, 7 TempleOwner Mrs. W. H. Griffin. favorite for more than 70 years.Jfrpt11 .

Mr. and Mrs A. ,I P. Stringer of s

Are. High Springs spent Monday with
*"*
.' Mr. and Mrs. :Marvin Williams. Delicious Regular lfl ?

Mr and Ira Herschel Parker Healthful Vegetable

and daughter Gainesville were

I visiting relatives her on Sunday. Short Orders






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I/sland Veteran Liberated I II and then when he so chose, vs. Joseph Elwood Clements De. As ClerK of said Court.- I Witness mv hand and official seal 1 1ot

\ knocked his victims unconsciouswith .itl.. OnrtRlt...i, v.'a.OF u No.PUBLICATION 4(65. 'By 1", Frank Lucille Liandrum.C. Conner Starke.D. C.Florida Starke., Florida this March 29. i

a blow across the head. ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR : Atty.: for Plf. 3-29 4t 4-19 1944. I I
L STATE OF FLORIDA (OFFICIAL URAL) A J. Thomas
Returns To Marines There was no chaplain PW In Blwooil, CI.u..ntIO., whoa to residence: Jo.eph As Clerk of Hold Court.
Japanese, BUl's l I.: 1237 Bluemont I NOTICH TO APPEAR By Lucille C. Conner D. C.Chas. .
but the Drive
m group, on days off ton. \trg-lnl Arling TO E. H. BllAD.NECK R. Hens. 104-06 Realty Bld ;.
(not more than twice a month) are rnqulred to You K. 8. Brudneck whose address Jacksonville. Fla. I
BH Duncan : men officers and civilian workers some one of their number would Mayo 13, 1846. In the above appear named on ;' la unknown, are required toappear Atty. for Pit. S-J 4t 419FCR
on Tuesday the 2lrd: day
8Y into formation Court and ,
Godwin, ar"L bound their volunteer to lead in worship.On .....k. Cl\u.divorce.wherein Bradford plaintiff of April A, I>. 1948. before the r v
(Bill) hands with telephone wire, strip- County Telegraph l Circuit Court of Bradford County
told his 8toryirtn. ta at'wF ped them and took their valu- the 15th of August the men this Order In neat hall four ptiblmh weekly 'Eighth Judicial Circuit In and for
){ on ? y were not sent to work. had laniiif : I the State of Florida, to answer
captured ables. They were moved to the They Witness the Dill of Complaint filed In said
was a prisoner of hospital and kept there until more than an Inkling of how the seal at Starke my Florida hand and thin official April Court by 'I"helnll'1 Tucker Brad., neck, QEIfER1IEAUH
bnd said Bill of
after the Christmas war had been going. Smuggled 6. 19411, Complaint praying fora
shortly day then transferredto Divorce a vlnculu matrlmonll.
front the war until Its ';'' i the barracks of Camp One. Jap newspapers which a few Aa(OFFICIAL Cleric of SEAL Halt )Court.A. J. Thomas And :you will please. take notice !

of two attacksjT4jy While could read had hinted at the Allies' Conner D C. that In default of said appearancea
imprisoned Fleming .
at Wake, Bill\ Jonae1114cott' & "tta, Hnrnett Decree Pro 'o"f".o will ire. .n.ter..d
malnu- -
ntery. said there was a fair amount of approach. They knew or National Bank Building, Jack. against you
forced marches food and felt that, it could be over and Honvillo, Fla. Atty. for fit. It la farther. ordered that this
ungSl, enough water. Medicalcare Order be published In the Bradford
overcrowded ships. was provided by their this conviction Increased as days 4.12 4t 5-3 County Telegraph: A :newspaper
!a own passed and they were kept In the IV published. In Bradford (County
lewlth his wife Rose ; c9* officers.On CIIKTIT COURT BHAOFOHI Florida once a week for four con.
he at the State camp. At 2 p. m., on August rlltTY.!! Fl.OltlUtl! C1IAMShlrfvy secutlve weeks before the return
tbelf home the 12th of January, 1942 25th about eight American C'EHY. dav In this order and notice.
e'l feeling well rested, t i rl 'r7rl they were shipped to China in a va. Peacock Nadler Plaintiff WITNIOMS my hand and the neal
be'8 reef liner fighter planes flew over the com- nnvlfl Nadler. Defendant. Cane of this Court thin 22 day of March !
health.and that had been No 4677
eat built by pound and dropped and A. D, 1 1148.OFFI'IAI..
the M! rlnes He re- Americans for the Japanese messages ORDER OF PrBLirATION1 ( SEAL! ) A. J, Thomas
Officer's dutyisland instructions. Later the same ANn NCmCR TO APPRAIt Clerk of the Circuit Court 1-rsrt- I
r Warrant Carolina one that had operated between afternoon another plane dropped Nadl STATE.. OF Kl-OIUPA to-: DavM ford County Florida. 3-29 4t 4-" \
South Yokohama r whose residence: and
and San Francisco. a<1ilrvwH -
sacks of supplies. Four lit 4431 Wlnchcnter I
four- days Avenue
19th to start the The men were crowded into the Atlantic City. New Jersey iv cntcriT <'t1'ItT. niitiiFoitii
Is will make him elide hold the hatches afterward a D-17 parachuted You are required to appear on I'HI'\'I'\' FIOMIIIli IV llltV-!! I
that battened down. ,
for re- ( supplies\ In barrels. On the 6th May 13, 1948. In the above named t KHY.fllndva .
,
20-year plan k There was scarcely space to lie of September' the Japs entrained Court and cause, wherein plain Ooo down; the air was bad; a feeble tiff HfH'kn divorce Bradford Johnnie O. Onodman Defendant DRINK MORE
them for Yokohama. ('otnty TelMicraph Case No. 4531ORDER. .
shall' publish
been a Marine since electric bulb provided the only thin Order In next four "F PUBLICATION I
u Before his ar- ]light\ Conditions There at Yokohama the men ltfMiifr.AV weekly I I ANI NOTICF Tit APPKAIt:
1350 24th He was reticent in discussing the were filthy. saw their first! liberating Ameri- linen* my hand and official. I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Johnnie
\6.akeIsland on the Jap's attack on Wake saying thata Violation of rules such as the no- seal nt Starke, Florida thin April O. Oocidman whose residence Is FShips I FRESH
cans.Ve asked what It Conk .
he had served was 10. 11146. let Class, UHN Iteeelvlng I
talking regulation called for
t t 1941. complete and authoritative ac- (OFKK'IAL Station T. l Hun
SEAT. Pedro
and In Hal- like. It was not a very good ) A J. Thomas, ?
.
ams Canal count had been given by Major punishment with a stout shlllalah. AM Clitrk of Raid Court. California.You .
Hawaii and China. question. Bill said quietly "Thereis By Uucllle C. Conner D C. are required to nppnnr on 1 ORANGE
Upon occasion
gus, (n 0 w Lieutenant-Colonel) Jlm- a Jap petty officer no way to describe \that kind Attyratur Unndrum, Sturko ..1.... April 29th anti 1940 I. In the above named

"J: I my Devereaux In a national mag- and his "stooge" came into the of feeling." 1'lf. 4-12 4t 5-3 Court divorce.cause,Bradford wherein plaintiffsvoks County

i a lne. But as Sergeant and Sec- hold to beat one or two men Bill was met by Mi family at IV' ('lli'iIT (01' 'IIT. .\UI"Olln Telegraph' shall publish this Order & GRAPEFRUIT
without known provocation, pre- coi !N I't'", Fi.oiiiuii' III next four weekly Issues
1111-!
tion Leader In an anti-aircraft the Jacksonville Naval Air Station Witness hand .
[ EXPERT t Kit: Y. my and official seal
battery, he was In a position to sumably to show who was bons. after a voyage across the Pacific Julia Luopnrdl, Plaintiff v.. Al- at Htarke, Florida, this March 27th JUICEICE
The Japs it seemed the Bert 1946
thought Lonpardl Defendant{.
Case
: know the score. He came to Americans with hospitalization in Guam and No. 4 76ORDRTl. (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas,
IAD 10 realize that help wasn't coming would take a lot of Oakland and a trip by air across OF PtmLICATlON As Clerk of said Court. COLD1'RODUCED t
convincing.The finch H. Douglas Uulneevllle, FlaAtty. .
AN1(> NOT1CR TO '
and that sooner or later the little the continent. HLs people had BTATH OJ<' FLORIDA t .i Albert for J>lf. 3-29\ 4t 4-19 11V ,

yellow men, with their vastly ship put In for a couple of heard from him but four times, i Leopard!, whose residence and ad. -

VICE I superior numbers, would take days at Yokohama harbor then and he himself had received mall dress You la are unknown requited to IV(COfNTY CIRCI'IT II'I.IIIIIU"C01RT. |HHIOKOHU IV ('..A\I-:
appear on
ER over. But the Americans kept moved to Woo Sung. China! (the through the Swiss consul on the May 13 1946 In tho above named ('F.RY. SunshineJuices I
Ernest If. tall I. Plaintiff
Colon
spelling is phonetic), arriving of Court and cause, wherein plain. vs.
once a
fighting back. BUI himself was average year. tiff seeks divorce. Bradford Aclell Lull, Defendant Case No.

injured In hand-to-hand combat there January 23. Bill gained .40 pounds on his County Telegraph shall. publish 4536.ORDEK PUBLICATION

yet remained in action. When After a Jap officer's oration way home and Is now back to this iHHUffl.WltneM Order. lit next four weakly ANI NOTICH! TO APP1SAR

Chas. C.SHEPHERD. the order for surrender came, and which made clear the peculiar his average of 150. Son of Mrs. my hand and official Adell STATE! tP FLORIDA to: Colon
Lall whose residence and
Major Devereaux held the white Nipponese concept of PW law the W. F. Godwin of Starke brotherof meal 10, 1946 at Starke. .Florida thin April address Is Crewe, Virginia ; :

men were marched from the Jim Godwin assistant super- (OFFICIAL SEAl. You are required to appear on
[ ) A. J. Thomas '
Bill 150 from, the
flag was yards .
,
Aa Clerk of said Court. April 29, 1946 In the above namedCourt 703 TEMPLE AVE.
docks five miles Inland and established intendent at the Florida State
and cause, wherein
plaintiff
Command Post. "When that By Lucille C. Conner D C. I I If
In he born in seeks. : dlvorcn. n r dford County Wholesale & Retail
barracks. Farm
at happens," he said "It Is some They were was Lawtey T. Frank Inndrum. Starke FI....
Telegraph shall publish thin
clad In their own khaki uniforms and attended school there. He Atty. for J'lf. 4-12 4t 5-3 Order I f I II
thing you can't believe." In next four weekly I...".... I
GAY'SIRUCE subse- suitable for tropic Wake, but not was married to the former Rose ,
surrender
The flag was NOT.OJ;]
'
for the cold temperatures of Lee Dunbar of Raiford on Jan- The Board of I'ub\lo Instructionof
quently raised above the hospital,
STATION on high ground. About middaythe China. They slept according to uary 28th. On the 19th of January for Bradford ante two County school buss Florida- both ban ] N TEGRIT Y a at

ordered the surviving Japanese custom on floor mats; with his reenllntment In the 1939 OMC. trucks. The P-oard will k
Japs tho barracks afforded no heat. Marines, he was appointed to the accept bide until Monday May 6th This funeral home is dedicated to reliable I j
I a' 11:01) A. M at its office nt the j
While there they were workedin rank of Warrant Officer. County Courthouse. at tltnrke, I C' service. 7'here are no boundary 1

fields cultivating beans and To obtain this story from Bill Bradford County Florida, lines to the territory ice are always "

potatoes. was to drag it out of him. He is -- 4-12 2t 4-19 ready to serve.

Major Devereaux was with the a very mode$t guy: The sort of iv' fiitnir .01'1'. lilt \I>KI>III>
wantus COIN%Tv, ..01IlU'" IV' :
thing he especially didn't CIIVAdelaide >
men at Woo Sung and extremely ('1:11,. il
active for their welfare. Bill recalls to say but which we're goingto Oordon Peddycord. Plain 1
say anyway. Is that we think tiff. v". 1ZJ war d W. ..d that he had many a run-in Defendant Cane No. 4 74OltDKK .
with Japanese officials on this the county is proud of the fact OF PI'IIUCATIONANH ( DEWITT C. JONES i:

that he is native Not NOTICE TO APPEAR
a son.
account, but did not see instances AMBULANCE SERVICE! :1
STATE OF FLORIDA tot 1 Edward
credit-for for the mor- t
SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET when the great comman- strength W. Peditycord. whose residence In
al and spiritual fortitude with 1151 Hutton Street! Winston Salem, Funeral Director
der to in- j !
was subjected positive
SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM North Carolina.
which he won his personal victory -
dignities.Bill You are required to appear on STARKE PHONE TOur
RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO the credit la all Bill's. Butwe'll May 13 1946. In the above named 1
and several hundred others take the to that Court and cause, wherein plain- J
liberty say local funeral home enables us to
left the Major in November of tiff aeeka divorce. nradfordCounty
all of Bradford's citizens whether Telegraph shall publish offer conveniences and services not !
Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry 1942. when placed In a camp at they know him personally or not this Order. in. nest four weekly otherwise available
| .
HSU*>
... 3 Klang Wan, near Shanghai. They share In that pride,and in gratitude Witness my hand and official '. .. '*" .* .
worked there'until August, 1943. seal at Starke, Florida, thin April the'highest I -
MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET Transfer to Osaka Japan fol 10, 1946. We furnish type service at the lowest prices and I
(OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas V
lowed. In the new location punishments A. Clerk of said Court. accept ANY life Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANY corn

LL STREET PIIONE 37 STARKE, FLA.i' overwork and underfeeding Two New Buildings By Lucllla C. Conner D C. palsy as payment In part or in full on a funeral. Consultationcarries 1
Znch M. Douglas, Gainesville, Fla. I
began to tell on the men. Near CompletionAt Atty. for Pit. 4.13 4t 5-3 no obligation <<

It was here that Bill was struck i
fi
IV CIHCt'tT COVET DIIADFOHUOI ,
down by pneumonia once in October Lawtey (' '-STY. PLOHIIItl IV CHAN. 000 -._._._ ... ... _, .. .. '" .. T.--<1 ..-U ,i

1944 and again In Febru- CKIIY.Umhorto.
Appointment of David Shufordas Dl 1 Caaall Plaintiff, vs.I'rlmerla )
1945. For awhile he was TheBRADFORD
il ary Irertola Dl Caaall. Defendant.
additionto
down to 90 Ibs. Bill attributes his manager of the new Cane No. 478ORDF3H ,
after the the F. R. Carradlne Service OF PUBLICATION ;
game... recovery to the small supply of a Station In has been announced ANI>> NOTICE TO APPKAIl HOUSE
sulfa drug that was available. Lawtfy HTATJiJ OF FLORIDA to: Prl-
ShufoiM recently dis- merla Bertolo Dl Casall whopresldonce I
American medical officers were and address. la unknown.You .
of the CBI
.aN then skillfully treating the sick charged army veteran are required to appear on
B1iII Theatre is a native of Bradford.The May 13, 1946. In the above named
with what few supplies were on
addition which affords the Court and cause, wherein plain
hand. tiff seeks divorce Bradford APARTMENTS
he suffered badly from only hydraulic grease rack Installed County Telegraph shall. publish
Again In Lawtey has 2800 sq. thin Order In next four weekly ,
dysentery which was proving Issues.
about him. Bill feet of floor space. There are Witness my hand and official
fatal to many facilities for the latest type Ale- seal I at mark. Florida this April ROOMS BOARD'DINING
says he owes his life to a friendly 10. 194*. -:-
mite lubrication washing polish- A. J. Thomas
blacksmith in the shipyard OFFICIAL SEAL)
I
ICtfSND
and greasing. A* Clerk of said Court.
where he was a machinist. The ing By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. e
In the The service station will be op- T. Frank Landrum. atarke. Fla. ROOM
place
meeting
EEj two had a erated in conjunction with the Atty. for 1>lf. 4-13 4t 5-3
Bill told us,
rear of a shop,
+is a tae eoAty.le bus station and the Carradlne IN CIRCUIT COVHT IIHADKOHHCOIIMn.
y weren'tlooking
and when the Jap guards drug store. Carradlne has beenin :: '. FI.OIIIUAI: ("'N- WHOLESOME FOOD'J.
} the Korean would now ( fr.MY.Lanle: .
offer a handful of business In Lawtey for the Parker fl an. Plaintiff V*. I '
A and again i 19 Garrett J. Hart, Defendant. Case
Cw p.., ,_4,a.A..,. Canty.", .. ou, ,,.w something that looked like mus- past years.Completion No. 4634OHDKR. L. ANDREWS OwnerCOMFORTAULE'
u .
proved effective. : OF PUBLICATION ,
It
tard seed. of the new Lawtey AND NOTICE TO APPUAlt:
Had the man been caught, Bill Cecil White- STATE OF FLORIDA to: (Oar
I WOaaIYYNYWHIYtlYIWpIINrIIYAIIWWNYIIWIWIIla7ltl'WY.11nW4WYY< gLIY eIIW1M4rallat '''' he would have been shot, building owned by rett J. Hart whose residence la "
Raid
head has been delayed because Apartment N<>. 3, 410 West 13thSurest ''I
for Jape and Koreans were under of materials. The Norfolk 7. Virginia
orders not to fraternize. The of slow delivery You are required to appear on
concrete structure, on Highway April 29th, 1948. In the above named -


t W N KL E R Electric Service I from original 750 with China group the was addition built of 400 up to of brought about Australians and 2000 13 near will square the afford bus feet.occupancy station of floor will for space have two Telegraph maiden Court seeks and name.shall divorce(cause publish Bradford and wherein restorationof thla. County plaintiff OrderIn


Englishmen weekly Issues.
Javanese-Dutch next: four
222'224 Fla. businesses plus rooms for stor- Witness. my hand and official
Temple Ave. Starke, from army,,
and Americans seal, at atarke, Florida, thl. March
9E OLDEST CITY and marine services. Of age.Whitehead tail MODERN4.WLEARN
IN THE navy that the build
__ iii 150 said (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thoma
this number approximately would be completed within A. Clerk of said Court.
starvation. ing Lucille C. Conner, D. C. '
from Illness or By :
Radio Service That Satisfies died survived was) a 60 days and that the work, couldbe K. II. Duncan.,. 5IT Lynch: Building I
That as many finished In approximately '10 Jacksonville. ..I&.
not to any merit on the Atty. for Pff. 3-3 It 4.19L
-TRY USI-t tribute if materials were obtained. '

I part of the captors but to the I days The construction Is by O. iv: CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD V TO !
lVe constitution and will for living COUNTY. PLORIUAl IN CHAMCKIIY. fly

Strive To Carry The Most Complete iron of the various nationals im I Kersey of Lawtey. Marion .U. TfarwicK, Plaintiff, _..._.

Stock of Tubes and Parts prisoned.The the CHURCH OF CHRIST Hyacinth No.' 4589.OFM E. .Barwlek Defendant.Case e

men who reached "My: Attitude Toward The Bible >KH: OF PUBLICATION under the'G.
May 15 1945 had ANT NOTICP1 TO APPEAR
Naoyetsu camp to
1 2-Cen 1.3 Bill told us, Determines My Relationship STATE OF FLORIDA to: Hyacinth. -
Flashlight. Complete ------------- become pretty tough of W. residence;
whose
will be the subject E. Barwtck
I God.
"*it Lantern Batteries Dot hop Ignition, Flashlight Ii.Inr and as events proved were able Herron, minister at the Churchof and address la 30( N. Main tit.iiumter. .. I. BILL OF RIGHTSat
1'a almost H. C.
any-
vale 45V-B: 1 1-Zv 1-J5A. to stAnd up under Christ at 11 a. m. Sunday The fnu are required to appear onAp,1I
aahhrr In consequence although will be 29 194. In the above named
a7aIidlo thing. service at 7:45: entitled
Matting evening wherein plaintiff
saWld 25 Yards -- the Court: and cause
; ----------- there were actually ,
conditions Lie. Bradford CountyTelegraph
"Believing a seeks divorce.
A4B 5.95 .
: Packs 1 1-2V-A 90V-B casualties Order'
worst In their experience shall publish this :

Sonora Records ______________ S7, to .79o each were low. They were quar- IX CIWCrlT COURT BRADFORD !In next. four weekly Issues official ...al'' 'I
""!111CICHY. Witness hand and ,
: "
II..Soldering Irons ______.._ 4.30 to 7.50 tered In a single filthy building. COI .TV. FIOHIUAI I at Htarke, Florida this March 2*. STARKE AIR PORT

-"rner 3 Heat Hot Plates _,__ 1-1.78 There were virtually no medical Chester A. rrdrivrnrd.Peddycord Plaintiff.Hester Defendant. ... 1844(OFFICIAL J. Thomas,

Vu to 48" u .__________________ 24.10 to 22 .OO supplies. Men running a temperature Case No A.472ORDER As Clerk of HEAd.CouA.. ,

err n..k Sect ___ __ 5.9S of 102 were marchedoff OF Prm-ir-ATION Hy Lucille C. Conner, Stark D .C.Florida' .
_--------------- I Food NOTICE TO API'EAR T Frank I.andrura
nt Desk 10.9.1 for work in a steel mID ANn or FLORIDA t,.: Hester Atty. for Plf. 3-19 4t t.I'
Lamp ________.--_---.------ small BTATR
Pat _seaweed twice a day a A. I'ed'lycorrt. ,.,h.... residence I*: -
Two light JO-WaU to 4-40 Watt Future. with a 1, Winston Salem North IV CIRCtlT COfRT BRADFORDroi'vrr.
Route
Wyk of rice, sometimes iv CIIAV
bowl FLOIUIJAI
_
-
10.95 to Carolina.You For InformationCall
---- --------------- provided not more required to appear on ,''''''Y.
few beans- are .. .. Plaintiff "..
1.nn named W. ,
A mini- It 4 41. In the above Harold
hat Clark and Jiffy Electrlo Water Heaters. We Com-I than 700 calories a day. Court May II.and cause, wherein plaintiff Lael Paris Corya. Defendant. Ca.
I :\ calories is an V. S. St. John142
-odds' Can Heater of 1000 seeks divorce. Bradford No. 4S10.ORDRR
Deliver Duo Therm Space mum
\\:tJ,, TUI requirement for County Tel.*raph shall psbllshlhle I OF PUBLICATIONNr
\Rat.' Wl" *r. They Will Be Hard To Get. Also acknowledged working at all. Order In nut four weekly I I BTATR> SOTtCT OF FLORIDA! TO APPRAR to: LaelDavle

Heater. !WJr men not were frequent. Issues Witness: my hand and official Cor"... *whose residence and or
ft Punishments 8tark, Florida, this April address la 133 Ogden Avenue,
Orders for your Hot Point Range and Befri erator. | Bill described the night' when 90 seal 10. 1944.at Hwarthmore.. Pa..aired to appear on A

foot Itttedx men. including himself, were lined (OFFICIAL BEAD Court.A. J. Thomas, J 194*. In G. Kidd A.U.S. Res
Washera. j and beaten by a 180-pound A. Clark Ry of Mid C. Conner D. C. named Court and thewhetels: : Maj. Richard :

T"hs up "uorla-.oaln..l... .. ria. ? Plaintiff ....k. divorce.' (Bradford
We Have Them Ak ITa, in retaliation for the remit Zaeh If. I> ... thisOrrter
t. Jap of fish by a hungry PW a Atty. for Fit. 4-12 4t 8-J I J( County In nest urnw.eklrlllss'tlcla'.. ..! at Phone 63

Aboot Witness my Lana and
I the men were loading.I E)* ("IR.T roi'RT. BRADFORD
JoarrtnC NeeJa coal ship reed ('OI'ItTY. FLOHIUAl IMAN- seal at atarke, Florida, this March

LICENSED & BONDED ELECTRICIAN 1 i'I on Jap random wielded parts a heavy of the body I CKHV.CLara Benedict. CUm.nta. Plaintiff 14.OFFICIAL 114. HEAL) A. J. Thomas. r ,

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I --MBE KIGHT HKADF" tI//lrVTY] Tir : n.'PH Ml m. MIAHIIna FRIDAY' Pltlt I ITr

i It
1948.OFFICIAL. IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
GIRL SCOUT NEWSThe
( SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas COUNTY FLORIDAIN CIIAN-
i An Clerk of said Court. I JOSE'S f7 ? ILI Girl Scouts held their regular Hy Lucille C. Conner D, C. Luolous Aklna, Plaintiff, va. 'Evelyn
Wm. D. Morgan, Fifth Floor Clark W. Aklna, Defendant Cane No. FLQW/ERS ;:
) meeting at 3 p. m. Wednesday Hulldln, Jacksonville, Florida
Highway 13-3 Miles North of Starke and another meeting will be Atty. for Plf. 4.19 4t 5-10 I 4673.ORDER OF PUBLICATION rER

held next Wednesday at the same AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
For The Best Of IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD STATE OF FLORIDA to:'',EvelynW. The Most Appreciated
time. | COUNTY. FL.OIIIUAI IN C1IANCKHY. Aklna, whose residence la un'
Last Thursday the Scouts helda known. ,
Fried Chicken Shrimp, Oystersor Dorothea H3. Tompklna, Plaintiff You are required to appear on GIFT P $I
,
swimming party at Crystal va. Fred Tompkins! Defendant. May 13, 1948. In the above named
Lake. Attending were Marian Cane No. 4670.OKDER Court and cause wherein plaintiff r
Steaks' OF PUBLICATIONAND seeks divorce. Bradford '
CORSAGES
McRae Martha Lan frum. Betty NOTICE TO APPEAR County Telegraph shall publish ( ,
Bryant, Shirley and Geraldine STATE OF FLORIDA to Fred this Order In next four weekly; POTTED PLANTS
whose residence la 3643 Issues.Witness.
Shaw, Betty Rye Helen flames Baltimore Avenue City of Lawrence t
hand and official
Polly Brown' Virginia Carmichael. State of KanitaaYou seal at Starke my, Florida thla April MEMORIAL WREATHS
Muriel RitchMIIH0 are required to appear on 10, 1946.
Jo Ann Mllllgan. .
May K, 1946, In the above name
Anna Conway Vivian Me ed Court and cause wherein plaintiff (OFFICIAL'SEAL: ) A.' J. Thomas Wainwright )
Florist
Clothingand Aa Clerk of said Court. ,
seeks dhorce.Bradford County
Idell Landrum and ,
Rae, chap
Telegraph shall publish this Order By Lucille C. Conner D C. l
erones Mrs Vernon Sllcox, Mrs. In next four weekly issues.Witness Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville, Fla.' Phone 102
Atty. forPlf, f.n 4t B-S Starke Fla.
Florence Brown and Mrs. T P : my hand and official seal
I..t Starke, Florida'. this April 16, Mrs. N. D.
Landrum. -Idell Landrum and 194$. Wainwright
Shoes Vivian McRae, scribes (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. '
As Clerk of said Court. W.C.T. .
If. O. Brown, Starke Flrt.
Smedleys Sell HomeThe Atty. for_ Plf. 4-19 4t J-10
FOR -- ALMOST OUT OF TIlE'

Rev. and Mrs. W O. IN CIRCUIT CO--RT. BRADFORD FIGHT
COUNTY. FLORIDA f* VIIANCICIIW' At The MITE
Smedley have sold their: home at OWL
Oh. for of
an awakening: the,
Keystone Heights to Commander Samuel F. K e I m. Plaintiff va.Margaret .
The Entire Family J. Kelm Defendant. Case national conscience that has Clonc'
Carwyn Johnson who is stationed No. 4684. .' ; '. been; asleep, In the face, I I Marion McCIellan
with the Navy :at Green Cove ORDHR -PUBLICATION
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR of the :fact that the liquor, .
Springs. Com. Johnson ,a':former STATE; OF'' FLORIDA to: Margaret power Jun'e'weD nigh aorompllshed -_ 1 and His Syncopating:
resident of California Is 32 years J. Kelm, whose rexldenoe! la: Rhythm Boys
day is bargain day will Thofnn 'vtlle,Georgia.: their purpose In
Every, old and be eligible for retirement :
above named
May IS 194S-. In>the flooding this nation with :' Every Wednesday & ,Saturday Nile
\ In four more years.' His Court and cause,-wherein plaintiff stronjf drink.

wife Is from New York. and they, Telegraph seeks divorce.ball 'Du4 Bradford lI"h thla County Order When It cornea 'to the matter ( ON MONDAY NITES, )fOLKS, GET

at. the * ,* were BO pleased with Keystonethat In next: four weekly lastl' .a.Witneurf of prohibition the modern .
> nfflclKlnonl
they decided to make it ray hand and Your Partner and
Let'sGo'To
r at Stark,' Florida, this April churches are almost out of they; 4 ; That

their home. '. (16th 1946.OFFICIAL. SEAL)' A. J. Thomas fight., They 'have made. no-, Thar OLD BARN DANCE SHINDIG

As Clerk of said Court many c concessions, In national
Mrs. T. N. Kendrick returned ir O. Brown, Starke, Florida- and religious sues that they MUSIC FROM OUK"OWN
STAR Store Atty. for, Flf. 4-19 tt B-10
Tuesday from Lakeland ,after 1 have largely ceased to be vital
Starke
spending a few cays with her ';IVETERAIVSDischarge factors In the hand of an all- Troubadour String BandLot's
wise God to thresh down the
son-in-law and .Mr. and
daughter, of Fun for
II Everybody
I Mrs. Tolbert Black.: ling, mountains of. Iniquity and stop

"A Beauty" the advance of the liquor traf-' I. Music fronvS til ? Couples

_"0 0' ..... ,. 0 .. .. IN CIRCUIT COURT DRADFOIlD ,a. .. fic. OnlyELECT
CDUN''Y. FLORIDAI IN CIIAN- mmeiiin ..95
.
C1SHY.Elsie ...... (AIMA.WHITE In the DRY A
Belle Garrett Plaintiff va. PABLO STUDIOSjACKMJNVILtl
NEW ITEMS JUST ARRIVED Wayman D Garrett. Defendant, sues,HA. LEGION.)
--- Case No. 4688. ,
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
t rt NOTICE TO APPEAR! (( "'"
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Way- W. RALEIGHPETTEWAY
man D, Garrett whone residence
Electric Electric and) addre H la ,unknown.) EVERY BRANCH OF
You are required to appear on t ,
.' !May 20, 1948, In the above .name -4 yI.1
,rons :i ;Shavers ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ., r- ,
seek divorce. Bradford County

5.50* 3.25 In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.thla Order :JnJ : tr? n 4v JUSTICEOF

Witness 'my hand and official .
veal at 1Jq: rke. Florida, this April ,
urance
15, 1S4B. THESUPREME
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ',0', w
Waterman All-Rubber Aa Cleric of said' Court. .
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., By Lucille C. Conner X>. C. o'
T. Frank l-andrum, Starke, Florida.; fj f ;
Bathing Caps Atty. for Plf. 4-19 4t 6-10
.. Fountain COURT
Aviator Type IN! CIRCUIT' COURT BRADFORD H. C.
COUNTY. FLORIUAI IN CHA1Mf Wall Agency

Pens With Chin Strap Lola)ERY.Lee Worbaaa, Plaintiff. va. .

Haymond K, Worbans, Defendant. ....' "
Case No. 4681.ORDER Your Support and
OF PUBLICATIONAND Constant Service) Over 50 Years

We Still Have Plenty of Easter Greeting STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Ray-. Vote Will Be SincerelAppreciated !;

Cards.. Wonderful Selection to and mond address K. Worbasa la unknown., whose realdenoe Please Phone 146

You are required to appear ,on (Paid Political Adv)
1l
Choose From May 20, 1946. In the above named .
C ourty, and rg"h wherein plaintiff 11I
> seeks r a d turd County ,
Telegraph shall publish this ,Order, r
.. Sns..lrb.r
'a next four< weekly lasuea. -
Let 'Us;Print' Your Name On fA Box Witness) my hand and official
: "eal at Btarfce, Florida this April HEAR ,
_5, US., ' C L :A S S I F IE; D HOLLANtAT

(OF..lCIAL'SICAL) A.-J; Thomas .., -_ .. J': \} "I' j
of Fine Stationery. A Charge 6f 50c mAm Clerk of mmlA rthur- I-
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BLuoiie, C.'Conker; D.' CI FOR SAL -i ff-Voom house ool- FOR ,6 ALE-Fryers' ...
I broilers, fat "
T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Florida pletely furntahed With I electrlo'refrlneratorr ,
hens ftml rooser,
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ExtraWill Give You Your Full ,Name Atty. for Plf. 4.19 4t B-10 and 'electric hotwa.t.r' e...., all from beat select grade yard New
heater. 3 adjoining Iota. Hampshire
I.v CIHCIHT 'OO'UUT,'; n.wJY.'CII.oc..d. _v. I'" O. Box 348 tomato, plants Reds.-yard hand fed. Alaa ,
.BRADFORD
Puerto
On Each Sheet. ,, COUNT. FLORiDA1, IN CHAN- or apply 311 S. ,Church St. tf draws multiplying onion aetw.Rico- l 4 rr'r ;:

i VERY ,. W. D. Faxon. Route 48, 1 mile zd STARK(
i Reta E. Smith' Plaintiff va. Lewis LIST YOUR FARM CITY AND East of Starke. Fla. It"I..oRTHonoral)1e
A Smith, Defendant. Case No. .. MYty
BUSINESS PROPERTY -v ,A
,We Have A Large 'Assortment 4699'ORDER 'OF PUBLICATIONAND rrt Saturday 'mornfnir."dlHchargre April papers 13. "

." \ NOTICE TO APPEAR somewhere In vicinity? of Bradford : SATURDAY
STATE OF FLORIDA to; Lewis I High School. Finder will
.? of ,Fine Box Papers A. Smith 'whose residence In 400 gELI itEAL return or notify Daniel Lee. Rte
+% Lafayette Drive Lexington, Ken- STROUT ETAT7r7 2. Box S3%.' IItark"! ,. Fla. It;
tucky.. APRIL 20TH
You are required to appear on O..t..t advertiser of country FOR SALE OR. RENT-PracticallY
Mat 20, 194.. In the above property. !!.. made over new home well furnished S bedrooms -
named Court and cause, wherein /3OOO oleo of llnmfm_Vmrmm_ desirable location, lot eox
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Aerca**. Bvyera from.. all over taeWorld. 210 reasonable, easy terms. Write 11:00 I I A.
Koch Drug Sore County Telegraph shall publish Free open llstlnir. Box 728 j>r call No.. 1. tf :
this.Order In next four weekly Issue" E. A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY
KODAK
F'ILM-121. 1U 816. 820
Witness my hand and official Repreoented Locally ny and 120. All you :want at Dah-
lor r.1 .. ... .. seal at Htarke. Florida, this April F, 0. IIOIXINGSWORTII mere Oltt Shoppe. tf
Itch I94S.SOFFICIAL *
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, lie So. Walnut St. VICTOR & BLUE BIRD RECORDSand '
A* Clerk of laid Court. albums' for sale at Dahmera 7'
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Joe C. Jenkins, 819 W. Unlverlty MATTRKSSE3: of ''all kinds renovated Gift Whoppe. tf ..;/

Atty.Avenue for Oatneavllle Pit. Florida.4-19 4t J-10 reflnlshed; furniture Upholstered and ELECTRIC Sessions Kitchen Clocks 1' Hear Florida's
Drop us a card.

BE SURE TO VOTE ON MAY 7 and iv COUNTY CIRCUIT, FLOIUDAl-COURT-, BRADFORD IN CIIAN- J30 HASTINGS, Palatka.MATTRESS Fla, CO.. Bos tf for sale at Dahmer' Olft Shoppe.tf /' {War-Time Govern

('KHV.rtenjamtn. WANTED TO RENT: J-room or
Old(field.. Plaintiff vs. FOR BALE-1 T-room house completely larger apt, within city limits. $40.
Mona Oldflelil, Defendant. Case furnishedwith; electrlo refrigerator Couple permanent realdents. SPESSARD L. HOLLAND
SEND ,EMORY H. PRICE BACK to No.' 4 S7OKDER, '"- gas ,range, heater and Nicely furnlahed. Write P. O. ,
OF PtlBLICATIOM hot water heater. P. O Box 848 Box 9. ItpI v
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR vr apply alls:. church St. Starke. x
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mona tf HAVE LOST a dark brown
Ol<1 field, whose residence and ad- horse-mule branded left thigh
dress In, 81 Stearns Avenue, Lawrence FOR with large OR. Lett place
8ALI3- About ISO head of my SENATd
the U. S. CONGRESS.c You, III..".. stock cattle Including; beef up to > Tuesday night. Anyone seeing U. S.
are required to appear on 3 years old. To be sold to the him pleaiTe notify Peach Crawford -
May SO, 194.. In the above named highest bidder on May II, 194*. Lawtey Fla, or newspaper
Court and
cause, wherein plaintiff Bids will be received by mall up office. Itp

Congressman Price is a tmly seeks and divorce control care of minor and child cue to 2, aux that 112.time.Starke J. W., Fla Prevail.4-5 Rte..tp FOR RENT-Two room redecorated (Political Adv. Paid for by Bradford Co. Friend of HollwT

friend to the farmer the ',' $_' ren Bradford County Telegraph apartment, $35 per month. 1 .
IhK 4 hall publish, this Order In next NOTICE:-I will close my feed mill block nut of city limits, West on .
tobacco grower the turpentine .four, weekly.... Issues.vltii on May li. Earl Cook. 4.12 ttp Lake City hl."way1IoI.. W. H. ..
\ /
qiv hand and official .seal Struth. Itp
man the fisherman at Starke. Florida this April 11 NO ROACHES ,ANT FLIES or
the cattleman, the fleaa If you use our Aerosol Buts FOR BALE-1080 feet of eyprena. .
?L. Bomb. This, la not. the kerosene flooring(, 1x4, pBwneA. toiurued
working man the sere' t 'p.. Lasta for weeks.-Auto .and groovedt Also 247 feet of
rice man, the little and 'P Fountain. tf pine: Ix"'. and IxS's rough, and I
1 wide. Hee Arthur Dale 2
the b i K, business man 4 Foil RUNT: -Furnished apartments, miles nut' of Starke on RaiiordRoad 9ita'/

tfte) aged and the Infirm. clean ferryman cabins Courts, private. Orand entrance St. 1 Highway 4$. Itp / r

Congressman, Price has t block, South oft, Raiford Ro...'. WILt. SELL a most attractive little
B. O. Ooodge. 4-11 3tp home; just conxi leted and ready _
fought successfully to ; r to move Into. amall down payment .
raise farm prices FOR SALE Studio couch, fair and balance like rent. Mra,
crop condition reasonable. Berryman. W. H. Nollman. 201 W. Madison L n
and to free the farmer Courts brand fit., 1 block south St. Itp giving myselfa
from useless restrictions.He of Ralford Road.; E. O. Qoodjce.tP."I'
.4.1J WANTED gas cooking stoves, elec
has assisted all lines .. I trio or gaa. refrigerator and permanent I
x FOR SALE-Collard plants, SS,00 heater. 1101... W. H. Nollman 101
of business. As a mem r per thousand and tomato plants, ; W. Madlnon St. Itp a

ber of the House Naval Commercialand American tl.09 p.r thousand.Legion.. HaiL Back 01''I''I SORRY to announce that my plant You... do It, too. r r

Affairs Committee, he Melton. 4-11 Itp will be closed about 30 days on boo.
In
has been account of Illness. Oscar Dell 3 to 3 .* borne J.wp1
instrumentalin PortraitPhotographers TOBACCO PLANTS WANTED-One I Dry Cleaners. 4l3tp
bringing many war- to SO thousand will pay from Hair U lovely
IS to fT per thousand according SALE ft room house and 12 softer and eu r to
tine and now peace to alie. Will pull planta.. -J. W. FOR.." Errol Alvare. Starke. Fla. manage with a Tom i permanent for lf r
time facilities: I to the Jordan Jordan'a Hotel Court. Itp this is a trtmt toy mvt-with a
-1'1y-r Hte. a. Doa .. .
: 296. .Starke. FI. mmi waving lotion that impart '
Second District. He vote 4-13 Itp FOR SALE-Few tobacco plants, luxurious
went nn Road 28 at beauty to the hair! ()
ed for every war measure that speeded up the day of Greeting Cards WATCH FOR Kelly's Secondhand F. M. Merrltt. concrete bridge.It t CotHpttti Toni! Kit conttins y1 e:.:.i

victory.. lie has voted and will ,continue vote for Furniture Store and Finn Mar everything you need for a glorious
,Photo Supplies ket at Temple Ave and the city ALL REPAIR work left at THE wavel. I Prepa..tioa..like those used
measures relating to reconversion limits en the North side. 4-19 3tp STAO before April 6. can he in beauty
picked un at 415 Went Bay St. salon-type permanell'sr!
Stationery'' FOR SALE! One'pulpwood saw. Jacksonville Fla. at Rosa Jewelry are, laboratory-tested. Wonderful r
He thinks and votes independently, pn.,aU, matters and reasonable hall In wood condition I and Loan Co. t.Jt! 4tp for children' hair, too. Money
new .a"-D. O. Kelly P. 0. back
because of this reason, the CIO-PAC and the Com -Bog 109. Starke. Flaw 4-l atp I FREE RIDE to Chicago III. A guarantee!

munist .Party are trying to, defeat him for re-election. ORANGE BLOSSOM honey for Bale minister wants a good driver NOMI PIRMANIN1'
leaving Starke
In 1 .1. early April 22.
Hollywood > lars. Sunshine juices. .
Congressman Price knows his responsibility- i is to the Temple Ave lip 791 Contact must furnish Rev. B. C.rood Wright.reference Meth. etem& c.ofd waue

people of the, district. FOR SALE Small farm mule, odist Parsonage, aa soon aa po.
..... J. W. BedenbauKh. Ible. lip
Hampton
Camera
IIL experience: is invaluable in the postwar period. and Fla Up( FOR SALE-Crib for < yr. old

FOR RENT Furnished S-room wlthou'm.ttr...., and high chair )
We the voters of 'Bradford cabins. .har.. bath, 31* and IJJ M. Hartmann. Apt. No.1. H..tm.nn ctIiJF1TIIrs"Your
County'must
re-elect him. Gift per month $tl W. Madison St. Apartments, Temple Ave
Shop Phone 14H-W. ._ lip __ Itp

(This ad paid for by friends of Emory Price In Bradford Co.) Call Street at Railroad STriATKD! ..,.nwt.". -Reward A red offered ox from',"pin.near FOR from RENT town: -on 1 BrownUe house 1.4 Road.mile REXALL Drug Store"

formation. Brand on hip R. Electric lights and running Phone 64 Fla.I ) .
I. L. RII'I:>de". Olen St. Mary water. US per month L. J. Pre Starke,

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