Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ey Negroes Business Buildings" : ?Recently? Completed A' 4520 Voters Farm Bureau Rally-Picnic I

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yak Program Will Include 4-H Club 1
of the spring: term A total of 4520 Democrats are Paul BarnesIn

t[Ming court here Monday saw qualified to vote in Bradford Starke Tuesday .. Meeting, Barbecue, and i

i Jury's return of an in- County in the May 7 primary, Political SpeakingCounty :

for first degree murder t according to an announcement by I
Hamilton and Supervisor of Registration J. R.
Bartley Jr. negroes of 5., Kelly following closing of registration Agent L. T Dyer reported yesterday that en- I
trong section books lasUSaturday. This thusiasm running high and arrangements are completefor

Pendants ey will be tried for ,. figure shows a substantial Increase the county-wide political rally and picnic to be held at !
ed laying on Dee 14 of over the total of 3823 who the State Farmers" Market Starke on Friday, :May 3, and

trong, 60-year-old negro. r were qualified in 1940 (before r 'P sponsored' by the Bradford County Farm Bureau.
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m his head crushed,.was Camp Blanding) and a slight In- "It, will be the first event of this kind staged in Bradford -

,'field on the old Enoch crease over the 1942 total of 4300. County since the war began," Mr. Dyer stated, "and

mi and when discovered i Supervisor Kelly stated that of our people are looking forward to it with eager anticipation."
dead' this total. 4303 were white and
eyed! to have been 217 While I Events of the day will begin at 10 a. m. when Mr. Dyer
that negro registrants. a
reek\, It Is expected will be ar- recent ruling of Attorney General will call a meeting of all boys and girls who are members

i and Strong, J Swj Tom Watson held that persons' of the 4-H Clubs in the coun- ;

Monday who! were not members of a political ty. It is expected that state '

L civil docket set, for tnree trial suits on party having candidates in a NLEA Convention workers will be present to

gee were primary were not authorized to speak to them. .
April 2utg
. Friday,
vote, it was stated that only, a At 11 o'clock the farmersof I
few local registrants failed to Starts SundayMore
the county will meet and
plea of guilty on "
; a give their party affiliation. :_ '
will be John
of non-support of addressed by
Total registration by
sentence of Vernon is as follows: Lawtey OCK precincts, North Circuit Judge Paul D. Barnes than 150 portions, representing Ford o f Orlando, executive
starke, was deferred on all parts of the southeast secretary of the Florida Farm
Starke 1500, South Starke 875, of Miami a candidate for the ,!
don of payment of aIn Graham 115, Hampton 375. Ther i are expected here next week to Bureau. Every farmer should
Florida Supreme Court Group 2, make It to hear Mr. Ford (
arrears and the con- esa 113, New River 117, Brooker attend the Florida convention of a point
of payments Imposed 525. was in Starke Tuesday the In- I the National Laymen's.Evangel an he will bring a worthwhile .I'

divorce decree. terest of his candidacy. He Is a .istic Ass clatlon. The eight-day; message.At I'''

ue of Jimmie Lee King brother-in-law of R. V. Colemanof program, to be presented at the noon an old-fashioned barbecue '

on for breaking and en- Free FootballGame Starke. Gospel Tabernacle beginning Sun lunch will be served by the

u placed on the abs net A native of Plant City Judge day, April 28, and continuing ladles of the Farm Bureau t

flames la now Senior Circuit through May 5, will feature addresses Political candidate. will occupy ,;

ourt decreed that the Pictured above are two of the most recent additions to the Judge, Eleventh Judicial Circuit !' at 7:30: each evening by; the spotlight during the afternoon
receive $100 bond defy TonightThe lie has had more than 20 years laymen workers of national prom and county candidates will speak
home of the Denmark -
boalnens section of Starke. At the top Is the nw
H D, Rutledge upon "The'extC'n..lve. of trial, court experience, Includ inence. beginning at 2 o'clock. Amongthe
Furniture West Call Street use of plate
Co., on
Into appear to answer to ing assignments to service on the Frank A, Eades, of Roanoke, state candidates who will
on for transporting glass In the front affords a fine view of the.furniture. displayed Inside public is invited to be Supreme Court on numerous oc Va., president of the NLEA; Ver speak.later In the afternoon will f

and gives a modernistic touch to the building. The lower picture guests of the BHS Tornadoes to casions. non W. Patterson "of Charlotte, be Lex Green, candidate for U. S. I

with-Ante Is the recently completed addition J. P. Roberts Motors, night (Friday) at an exhibition Judge Barnes graduated from N, C., vice president; and Dr. R. Senate, and Emory Price, candidate ,

id necessity. which will be used a.. o> display room for the Dodge and Plymouthline. football game at Bradford Park the law school at the University R. Stoker of Toccoa, Ga., executive for re-election to Congress :,

bill was rendered in the between the squad members who of.Florida and is a veteran of secretary will be heard Sat from the second district. I

i R. H, Gibson and L. are graduating this spring and World War I. He is a memberof urday, May 4. Dr. S. I), lllgglns, Nelson- Green will.-.be In chargeof I

on the charge of assault those who will remain to carryon the Presbyterian Church, the of Columbus Ohio, will speak the barbecue I Mrs. N&hn I II

ut to commit murder.John Stalemated As Building next season. The kickoff will American Legion and the Rotary; Monday April 21 Kenneth Green will be in chara.'ot v..- t,
A. H. Murphree of Construction be at 8 o'clock and Coach Carson i Club Keyes, head of a leading Miami I paring and serving the food. They

lit U presiding over court Geiger promises an interesting realty firm which allots 10 per I will' select their helper. The

i term. ., evening for fans"who accept the cent of its profits for religious beef pork and chickens are being ..
... fan Supplies Fade From Local Market Tornado Invitation. There will Berry Volsfie purposes, will address the, con I donated by members of the I

Candidateiif be no admission charge. vention's final session. Mr. Keys. Bureau and P. V Coleman of this"* .- ,

< '1.'A. virtual stalemate In local dons, however, cast*, little light With the squad '}tow rounding was th s subject of a recent article Atarke Ice Co., will cool the meat
gjR? sir constructionbecauc o* the shortage on the OPA's>importance,or lack out Its fifth-week.of.tprlng trainIng Price DeclineBerry ; tor thiT "Reader Dlgbsf' ".The In hie''cold .storageplant without '

Wednesday of materials was a subject of of Importance to' -ithdk desired '. Coach Geiger yesterday an Rev. John McNeil- ScotcHN evangelistic charge, until It M ready to bare, :
scale of activity in construction. nounced a tentative schedule for singer of/VVashlngton, D. bccue. v. N, .,
and concern
Cunllle M. Geneau of this growing week among consumers business Johna-Manvllle\ announced that the '46 season: sales this week entered C., will assist in the music, Quigley sir Davis has offered to !:
the Inevitable late-season decline
[vffle spoke In Starke early and contractors. it had ceased to make certain Sept 21, Gainesville High; Sept. Others to appear before the donate the use of several hundred
lit;afternoon in behalf of men types of shingles flexboard, as 28, Bunnell here; Oct. 4, Lake with prices skidding slightly: association Include II. W. Me- !noxea for seats, and will haul ,
dacy for congresswomen Various complicating factors- phalt flooring, and sheathing be Butler, here; Oct. 11, St Augustine downward to a range between $0 Larty of Atlanta Ga., Dr. E. II. them to the market and return. I

i 2nd Congressional disnlnted production costs, priorities, the cause the cost of production was ; Oct. 18, Bolles school, here; and $7 per crate. Weise of Jacksonville William C. The American Legion has agreedto
OPA, ceiling, wages, strikes, vet too high in relation to the OPA Oct. 25, open; Nov. 1, Palatka: The quantity brought to market Bond of Washington D. C., and furnish some chairs. Other

out In her speech erans' rights the threat of inflation ceiling. Such costs for manufacturers Nov. 8, Newberry here; Nov. 15, was holding up well, however Clem Purvis of Ocala. J. T volunteers have agreed< to do 1

e worked and went toM the black market-were it was said had risenin open; 'Nov. 22, Alachua, here. and was asserted to average 900 Quigley, member of the national hauling, furnish vegetable for
I named among the unhappy array said that the two crates per day at Lawtey andover advisory committee, Is In chargeof tables f
at the same time to part because of losses during Coach Geiger cole slaw and for serving
of problems which. It was asserted the rise in would be filled short 500 at Starke. local preparations.It who l'
Mister's Degree in Gov- work stoppages, and open dates lunch. Others can help or
t from George Washington would have to be solved before wages following labor's demands ly, presenting engagements with The price in Carolina markets was announced that various furnish anything that In. needed jo

11, Washington, D. O. a normal state of productionand Organized labor's proponents either Fletcher High of Jackson had spurted briefly following the speakers of. the group would should see the chairman of a
that time she worked for distribution could be resumed. however told national news services ville Beach Fernandlna Green lifting of the OPA ceiling April bring messages to the morning committee or Mr. Dyer at the

congressmen to'get an Quigley Davis, dealers in that wages were mandatory Cove Springs, or Macclenny. 12 It was reported and was fora services this Sunday of the Starke courthouse.The .
picture from members of building supplies reported that because of the increased cost of They will be home games. time In the neighborhod of $13 Baptist, Methodist, and Christian Farm Bureau Invites all I
for the first time- in their history crate. This was In contrast churches the Hampton Baptist, Interested In the
< parties and sections of living. It seemed to be something The Coach pointed out that the per those who are
they have no stocks of nails to $8.50 crate then quoted and the Long Bridge and Theresaa I farmers and
try of the things needed of a vicious circle, an economic new schedule was the toughest in per betterment of the
IKMIfcneau roofing, asbestos shingles, asbestos snarl which involved the entire several seasons, but expressed here but was explained as a not Christian churches. the fine things the'Farln Bureau 1

said that from aiding, and wallboard, among country and with which this county confidence that his men would surprising. circumstance since the The general public Is Invited stands for to come out tj the

frvatlons she thought that other shortages. J. M. Edwards in Its many construction give an excellent account of them opening of the Carolina season to hear the fine addresses which rally and barbecue next Friday.
cement block manufacturer and concerned. had coincided with the removal will be at 7:30: each evening 3.Legionnaires.
penmen either did noth- needs, was vitally selves. He said the squad agrees given May
said that he had been OPA restriction, while the
of the
while In Washington or Meanwhile, some materials it with him that there Is no particular in the Tabernacle during the
cancel several con- movement was
obliged to local strawberry
the occasionallybe satisfaction In easily-won convention HearV.
leadership of a few reported, could
Cove Springs and was its It was stated
tracts at Green well past peak.
[act from sources not over a scheduled succession
,was considering plans to "shut that the Carolina prices have A. RepresentativeA
Sean said the main! issue abiding by the OPA-such as of setups. 4
down and fishing" for the since dropped to levels comparable
campaign Is whether conform next six months.go nails at $20 a keg. The boys are looking good he to those prevailing In Bradford. Camp Blanding large gathering of local
fw looked 35 have turned out
itself Into A Bradford's citizens hopefully said. Some
members heard three
["Democratic bloc to bow The recent grant ot priority to forward to adjustments this this spring, and expect to clone Buyer W. F. Moore recalled past t Legion of the Veterans representatives Ad-
when he had shipped as
WIll of war at ex-servicemen was pronounced a government, manage- j training in another week, feeling seasons J
profiteers by
summer semimonthly
con- late as the 20th of May, but heel Activity EndsCamp ministration In the poet's
Ww Just and thing by that and
of the wage-earner proper ment and labor. In order well-grounded strategy
the duration of meeting Tuesday night.
tated to predict
but belief was expressed
r struction men, would again
we shall remain a building supplies sharp physically. northern sales for this year. If An official of the loan guaranty
JT of free people in, a that even if there were desiring no-: flow through normal channels at The Tornadoes are losing a the present quality of the fruitis division of the G. I. Bill of Rightssetup ,\
1 1Geneau such priority other persons I reasonable prices.New number of valuable players, but Blandlng somewhat wearily
It believed that spoke and was followed by
sustained. was
stated to erect homes or business with returning lettermen and entered Its final phase of activity
that she is the local market would be activefor a government vocational and rehabilitation ,
Democrat houses would find a continuing replacements showing this week, prior to the of
and will re- promising three weekl.Red officer. A short address
the next
It the l Is elected to Con- shortage. of materials. The vet- Light Rate up there seems reason to believe ficial closing and conversion of by an administration contact

She,also stated that she wans attempting to build homes that, the te&m"wtU" matchor the huge Installation to a cars man was Included in the program :
"i aon-mlUtary UM' of within the county have encountered surpass last year's'. record of Cross Total taker basis. of informative talks. I

*" /, free enterprise I many (.difficulties, It was Effective May 1 seven wins and three losses. Stands At $4,022 The Regular Army Review The meeting was closed by a
at W4 tape that prevent stated, '-with certain essential Charles Thornton, Steve Weldon Board and the Induction ,Center round-table discussion! In which

01 b r farmer, agricul- item unobtainable her and at Jerome Johns, Bobby Tur- Additional contributions to tha operations ended Irere'am of April members, queried"the officials regarding
would be Included: in other locations.:.These- Included City light bills dispatched this pat, Ralph Alvarez William Andrews Red Cross fund received sine* 21st Colonel Edley: Cralghul. many'' typical veteran'sproblems. '
.improvement of rural George Grover, II:. C Taylor, and week are the last under the 'old Bertram Curry and Neal the close of the drive In March, post executive, announced that .

r trer farm facilities, the Edgar Gllsson and among colored and higher rate which was order- Crosby were named among those were announced yesterday by E, Florida Inductees would henceforthbe The 'post which will continue
l of the social security veterans Nelson Ghent Ralph ed lowered by the Council in its who will not be back next season,, J. Dahmer. campaign chairman received at Fort McPherson, to feature appearance-of various -

jIve curity to all who I Risby.Jullus) Royal, and Ulysses session of February 19th. Basic by virtue of graduation or the for the Bradford chapter. The Ga. The majority of station personnel men in charge of 'veterans'

WMervatlon of soil : Clark. J. Quigley described the domestic rates will show a $2.00 19-year-old age limit ruling of donations bringing the county's currently numbering about services, meets at the Legion Hall '

tth j** wild life, reduce priority granted servicemen as a I reduction with the arrival of the the state association. Crosby has total to $4.022.61. were given a* 500 enlisted men and 125 officers., on the second and fourth Tuesdays

-. a balanced govern- "hunting license"with the veterans new month. joined the Merchant Marine. follows: will be discharged or transferredby of each month.: All persona I

r"* t, further benefits :acknowledging themselves I Effective May tit the rate for Among the backs, Charles Graham collections by Mrs. C May 15.: interested as well as members, \

P1 and terminal leave lucky when needed materialswere II the first 100 kilowatts Is $ .50. Mooney out of action during B. Roberts. $29. It was stated that the camp are' Invited. > '

all enlisted men. found. as compared with the old figureof part of last year with a broken Freman Register, of Stark* would then be turned over to
Roughly, the pros and cons of $8.80. This Is subject to 10 collar bone appears a standout four officers with 12 enlisted men I
divided be- discount If the bill is paid Godwin Is showing $::10. Christian Church
seemed JimmIe
SYstem the picture percent at half. R. A. Green of SUrke, 125. and that approximately 400 civilians
Exam tween opinions that were pro or I before the tenth of the month. smooth form at Uckl& and Dr. LemueL. Colaon of Starke, ( would continue In maintenance Services for the week of April
Held Soon antl-OPA. Some consumers believed The new rates are described as I of those who were not lettermenlast employment for an unannounced 28 at the Christian Church on the
OPA control First 25 kilowatts; 10c; Everett Crews Is a $23.
Irent that without I follows: year, period. corner of Call and Christian Sts.
Third 25
t System Council. prices would skyrocket beyondthe Second 25 kilowatts. 7c;kilowatts good prospect at fullback. SCOUT NEWSThe Capt. Edward Bohannon will are as follows: Bible School at 10
the State Welfare of the average buyer. kilowatts 5c; Fourth 25 The performances and spirit of GIRL and
be means remain as post commandant, a. m. with C. W. Colson, Superintendent
s 1'10rlda Industrial Others thought Its removal would Ceo the all of the squad has been pleasing Girl Scouts held their reg Capt. William 8. Derrick as engineering I ; Morning worship service -

t and the U. S. Emrvtce result Ut an adjustment accordingto For commercial first purposes hundred to Coach Geiger. Among ular meeting Wednesday and an officer. Capt. William at 11 a. m., with the pastor

Ih1a In Florida an- supply and demand. Guesses rates above the to 1500 other returning lettermen are other is called for Wednesday of If. lUrndon. Jr., will be in chargeof Rev. W.. O. Smedley using as his
Week such will be 4c up i McRae Billy
I that examlna- to the time required for kilowatts Billy Miles Barney .
as civilian personnel.Bids Paths"
to next week. An Scouts are urgedto topic. "New ; evening services -
classes from a matterof kilowatts, and will then drop i i3e. Edwards. Joe Montletb, Maxie
Wi of poeltlon. ranged with
adjustment attend.-VlrUn McRae Odell for purchase of surplus! at 8 p. m. the subject.
typing and In I Carter, Spencer Crews and B. C.
stenograph- days to several years over 100 kilowatts Landrum. scribes.Graham property and salvage Items were "Working Together"; and prayermeeting
rates Charles Knight,
lCeounUng. statistical these predictions no one professed Domestic I HolUendorf. yesterday afternoon the Wednesday evening at 8
Ii.Pllnch 1 It was will be 2 l4c.PRESBYTERIAN Lowell Douglas and Doyle Hansen, opened
operation wffl b. himself an expert. the 20th
disposal! to be continued through: p. m. to study chapterof
pointed out that In the produce while not earning letters last year, Baptist the Gospel of John. ...
CIICKC1IThe : Saturday.
a to take the tests business the removal of OPA restrictions are back with the team and The Flynn ta The Woman's Council will meetat

,b d...,.with the Sytme on strawberries did not In Rev. Frank J. Bryson of showing excellent fullback promise.Is out Milton for conducting Rev,a Woodrow week's series ol NEW REMIN 0 TON PORT. the church Thursday evening

1 rllt.1.vlJe not later result In a rise in pricces Springs will be In charge Norman at the Graham BtptUl ABLE typewriters $'1.71 (laI at 8 o'clock. Everyone is cordially
e Tarpon meetings
) the remainder of the spring ovr-
(a1 18 and a Bradford County; but that on I of services at 11 a. m. Sunday at the Church this week Everyone IsInvited I elude tax) Bradford County invited to attend any and all
In dlaball.
ankle sprained <
tet tile of Information, other band, prices in South Carolina the Presbyterian Church. Mrs. lag to an to attend.' : 'Telegraph ,of "these. .. srrkes.T
LdZ Were eUna may be ob-, Jumped to as high as 118 Bryson will be. with him. awed! "

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.. . . . . .. . .. Swindell and Murray Castleberry R. Crews. one day last week T
TELEGRAPH are visiting Mrs. Castleberry In I Mrs. Perry Davis and daughter,I Rev. and Mrs T pu""
BrookerBy TheressaBy Glendale Hospital in Palatka Mrs. A. L. Dryden of Jackson-, and family of Jacksonville Willi

Monday.Mrs. ville, made a business trip to the Saturday night with Mr 8
EtttabUtthed 1877 Mrs. T. W. Markey Mrs James Swindell childrenof State Farm.Saturday. L. P. Rafuse. I/i4 j
. . . J. Corstensen
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B!: L. Matthew ._-___-___ Editor and Owner e Green Cove Springs were Sun- Merrith Rowe of Jacksonville Is Mrs, Babe Crews

EASTER EGG IIUNTS Misses Irene Cochrane Eva Mae day guests of their mother, Mrs. visiting friends here and In Mrs 1". S. Crews and and fault 1.r! ,

L" L_d Weekly on Friday and Entered M Second Class Matterat and Lillie Mae Triest, Inez Neel S. R. Swindell and family. Starke. visiting Mr and Mrs lad c
the Post Office at Starke. Florida There was a community egg and Ada Beth Padgett Ernest Othma Sullivan of Miami spent Frank Griffis of Jacksonville and family In Starke
hunt held at the Community Hall l'eCtnu
Thomas, Leon Triest and John last weekend With his parents Is visiting here this week. We are sorry to report
Saturday afternoon. There were I Sullivan.J. Mr. and Mrs. J. E.! Warren and W. Page Is sick
Dukes enjoyed last Sunday sight- Mr.and Mrs. A. at this
It Seems That. about and 25 cookies present were and served.pickles, seeing and picniclng at Silver W. McGee of Macon, Ga., Is I son, Marvin, visited their daughter Miss Lois Starling Of J&I fa
Springs. visiting his children. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Evelyn Saaser. of Starke vllle spent the week-end :
Atkinson entertained 1/1
Guest Editorial By Russell!' Kay Miss Joyce Friends will be sorry to learn James Swindell and Elmo McGee Sunday.L. mother, Mrs. Nancy Starling
the Church of Christ Sunday .
Crews !In Lakeland
O. was her
i" Many months ago, before .he was running for 'School Class with a hunt at her that Mrs. Murray Castleberry Is for a few days. I children
:' Governor, or had even announced his intention to become i home Saturday afternoon. Nearlyall very ill in Glendale Hospital Jin Don't forget prayer meeting on

i l'. a candidate, speaking before a civic of thaty members were present. Palatka. Wednesday night at-the Christian
l.. Jacksonville, Millard Caldwell told the citizens Mrs. W. O. Rime's Sunday Mrs. J. P., Dickinson was a Church with Sunday School at
y enterprising metropolis that the apathy of the public School clas went flower picking Business visitor to Jacksonville 10:30: a. m. and BTU at 7:30 p. rti. SEE FLY & BUY

with regard to registering and voting was appalling Sunday afternoon and enjoyed a Thursday.Mrs. Sunday night at the Baptist ,

and that if it continued our democratic form of govern- picnic in the woods.- Everyone Clyde HaU left Wednesdayto Church. Be sure to attend.LAWTEf. thePiper
; had a nice time. visit her daughter Mr. Merle .
ment would be endangered.- .
Today the people of Jacksonville and ihe State at Mrs. E. W. Hodges gave an egg Packhamand'new, eon Merle Leroy -
hunt Sunday afternon with about Jr., in Augusta, Ga. .
'. large have good reason to recall his words, which at
100 guests. Crackers, cake and Mrs. A. H. Kelsey; Mr. and Mrs. Cub
and accepted by
the time made little impression were
served following the
pickles and
Ben Loper and son, Harry, Mra. Mamie Crews
another talk". By
most listeners as "just hunt.Mrs. Mrs. Dan Loper were shoppingIn . . . _
At that time CIO-PAC was just an alphabetical Vera Collins gave an egg Palatka Friday.Mr. I

enigma operating at a considerable uistance from Flor- hunt Friday afternoon for about and Mrs. W. C. Rhoden of L. P. Rafuse was in Jackson- FLIGHT
ida and few folks in this neck-of-the-woods gave it a 25 small children. Starke visited their*mother, Mrs.S. I ville on business Saturday. INSTRUCTIONby .

second thought. It was looked on as something that Mrs. J. 'P. Roberts and' Mrs, R. Swindell Thursday afternoon Rev. Klne and Rev. G. C. Williams -
might prove a disturbing influence in large, crowded Earl Green gave a hunt Friday daughters of Jackson- Ralph Cheshire
industrial but Florida was different. Political afternoon at the home of: the for- : of Mr.
areas Mr and Mrs. Leonard Van Epps ville were supper guests
action of that character wouldn't get anywhere "down mer for Linda Gale Green; and left last week to make their homeIn and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse Friday ,. ..
south. Perman Roberts. There were South Dakota. They have been evening.Mrs. .
For weeks Jacksonville along with other Florida : about 35 young people presentand living with her parents, Mr. and A. L. Dryden of Jackson-
cities have been watching with alarm, the feverish Ice cream served., cookies' and candy Mrs. W. W. Packham for a few. ville was visiting her mother, Mrs Conway-Libby U-fly-It Service

activity of organizers, who are as "busy as proverbialbees eggs were weeks. Perry Davis, recently and they

with plans to take Florida over politically and Mrs. G. E. McGauley and son, Mrs. W. D. Garrett has movedto were guests one day of Mrs. C, CONWAY AIRPARK

elect congressmen senators and legislators who will do Sam of Palatka were recent Green Cove Springs where she
their bidding. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Green. Is employed in Koch's Drug Store.
to the workers and Mr. and Mrs Lee Green and Mrs. Wilson May of 'Hamptonand ITCH 4 Blocks West of ,Union Bus Station
Appealing directly negroes
dinner of daughter, Mrs. Wilma Lam-
whites alike they are urging all to register and vote Mr. and were Mrs. Arthur Douglas guests of bert of Washington, D. C., visited Phone 32 or 147 Ring 2

DEMOCRATIC. Literature distributed widely among Starke Sunday. Aunt Ida Hagan recently.Mr. Are you tormented with Itching of

negroes in Jacksonvile says- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mathewsand and,,.Mrs. Frank Kelsey of ecaemac.p"orla.I", ranhe,' ,rectal tint Itchln aid-,
"We must look in the future toward the buildingof Mrs.. Talmadge Kelly of Starke are spending a few days athlete t or other II foot externally eruptions canned skin

a progressive Third Party of the people (just as Jacksonville: visited Mrs. Alice with their parents, Mr. and ,Mrs.A. affliction irood: results? For use quick VICTOKT relief OINT and

Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglas did in their Thomas Monday. K. Kelsey.Mr. MENT. Developed for the boy In
. day.) This Third Party must be composed of the Negro Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Wasdin of and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and the back Army home.now White offered greaseless to the ,folks an- WAY'S

people, trade union workers, veterans and sharecroppers Stark were visiting Mr: and Mrs.R. daughter Ruth spent Sunday tlaeptlc. Safe for babies or chil- "ON
Hazen afternoon., with Mr. Sibley's parents in De- dren. A name you can't forget
and can be accomplished only by the political E. Sunday VICTORY .OINTMENT-the flneRt."old'I' I .
unity of action of trade unionists and Negro people. It Mr. and Mrs. C. B. 'Cason of Land.Miss Elizabeth Phillips of ;' Starke fcrCAHFENTKH'S I/' Service Station!
Miami spent last week with Mr.
depends on the existence of a politically aware body and Mrs. 'J. K. Douglas. Jacksonville spent the week-end IMtUO
of,_Negro voters in the present corrupt Democratic t with her father, J. D. Phillipsand
0 V. Hazen spent part of the PHONE 147 RING :2 FOR SERVICE
of the South. Readers advised that for
Party are week with Mrs. A. E. McKinney family.
further information they should write to the Communist and Mrs; L. C. Hazen. Mrs.: E. S.,Sibley and daughter

Party of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs., Leander Parrish Ruth were shopping in Gaines- ''Oil Changing

Those back of this political effort are shrewd, of Trenton were dinner guests of ville Friday. d Greasing
clever operators. In the. present apathy, and lack of Mr .and Mrs. C. L.'Atkinson Sun Murray Castleberry and Mrs.

; interest in the coming election on the part of the average day.Mr. J. C. Cochrane and daughter, Waxing

F, citizen they see a golden opportunity to win by and Mrs. Frank Polk of ville Irene, were shopping in Jackson- .. Washing
'Y; default, for they are seeing to it that every vote theycan Trenton were visltfng Mr. and Thursday. Swindelland j
Mr. and Mrs. James
Mrs. Ed Polk this week. : 9 Polishing
muster is being qualified and their group will vote
were weekend .
son, Larry
in a block for or against the candidate of their choice. Ilene Miss Atkinson Joyce Atkinson attended and graduation Miss- guests' of Mrs. Sidney Griffis in .. Tire Repairs

while, on' the other hand, thousands of unorganized Lake Geneva.
exercises at the Taylor High
ll'. t citizens will neglect to register, or being registered, School at Sanderson Friday iiight. Phil Brown and sister, Lucille, ELECTRIC ARC WELDIN

will fail to vote. Mrs. Carrie Bell Knlgnt of and Mrs.Thomaa from Hellbronn
The'CIOPAC publicly''' has declared its intentionto Lake Butler, Mrs. EuKcne Ellis of Springs attended church here

defeat all congressmen who have voted contrary to Worthington" Springs and Mrs. Sunday.Mr. AMOCOGAS ONE HOUR
their instructions, and to elect congressmen, senators Arthur Edwards spent the first" and Mrs. Guy Sullivan of .a OIL & GREASE ..
ud state legislators who will dp,their.bidding. of the week with Mrs. Ellen Barber Miami are visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. .. L. Sullivan.
Jacksoniitlee( .
Up until a week or so it looked though this of -
Mr. and Mrs.. O.,W. Barry madea Mrs.'J. C. Cochrane, :Mrs-! James
open challenge would meet with no opposition, but unwilling WE FIT Quaker State
tt take it laying down, the Florida Farm Bureau business trip to Thomasvllle,

has courageously' entered the fight and is bringing to Ga., and Tallahassee Friday. GET WESPEEDy. Oil
Mi, and Mrs. Eldon Hardy were
the attention of its members throughout the State the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas SURE Fire Insurance to your Sealed Containers
danger that threaens free democratic government to- sir stiivice
Hardy In Hampton Saturday ,
r personal' needs. Call
day night. REL/Ef fOR AC/P RIDE

Why you may ask, do the farmers and growers Mrs. Bill Plummer of Jacksonville FLORIDAGREYHOUND AUTO LITE

of. Florida concern themselves with labor-management Is spending this weak with i INDIGESTIONCarpenter's Charley E. Johns BATTERIESLINES
quarrels or oppose the entry of a labor political.action her mother Mrs. J. C. Cone. t
committee in the State's political picture Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Clews AgencyPhone Inc.
The answer is, first that farmers are Americanswho and daughter, Margie Sue, of L t IS STARKE, FLA. BUSSESFor
value American traditions; second, that labor quar- Jacksonville were weekend guests 1s Safety Is
of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry. I
. rels in industry seriously hamper their legitimate
operations '
Mrs. R. P. Lewis and Mr. and S Comfort & Economy
: harrassing them through shortages of fertilizer Mrs. Tom Stewart spent Easter I

and equipment caused by strikes in the steel, Sunday in Green Cove Springs. Phone 147 Take Care Of IiHere's /
Drug Store Reprwentlnc THE TRAVELERS. Hartford
automotive, coal farm machinery and other industries. Miss Phyllis! Hazen and Miss

When a radical labor group, using every means in Marie Edwards of FSCW In Talla-

: its power becomes dominant politically and starts ..t_A o.OHAA. .. open a the Easter hntl/lcfc" _"__"ltd 0 .
cracking its whip over the heads of lawmakers with with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.

threats of defeat if they vote contrary to the group's B. F. Hazen and' Mr.. and Mrs.

wishes and with promises of reward to those who act Arthur Edwards. to the day. Have a Coca-Cola
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rogersand
ti in accordance with its bidding, the security and welfareof
the people as a whole endangered and democratic baby of Jacksonville were
Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs.
government itself is threatened.If .
O. A. Gay.Harmon.
the people continue to sleep in the face of this Morgan of Williston

danger and fail to vote there is a strong possibility was here on business Monday.
that CIO-P AC will be successful in its effort and can Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Gay and
point with pride to its domination of Florida. children were shopping In Gaines- d

ville Friday.,_
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hodge
ELECTIP. were shopping In Gainesville Fri-

E. W. Hodge Mra. Dave
Green and Miss Madeline Green
.Make' ROBERTS were shopping In Gainesville Sat- -
urday. vrI1

'1. .. Miss Doris Hodges of Jacksonville 1 I1 1IMr
1'IM nl REPRESENTATIVE spent the weekend with her
stlltr parents. ;Mr,- and Mrs. E. W. 1 t J --

.. !/ "'; Hodges. _
f 'T The State
rw (r! ,.,d,.J;d, Legislature Malcolm Lewis spent Sundayin Tr
.. .,,,a JV it .y.n'. DeLand.Mr. t 4
'11" From Bradford., CountyJIE ; .. and Mrs. J. P. Roberts and
-t' '1r son. Perman were in Gainesville II
i I M
STANDS' FOR: Sunday afternoon. _
aF.4 ** Mrs. Anderson and son of

; a llmplUl Starke spent part of the weekend

q s? r For Bradford County with her parents ,Mr- ana Mr*..
Lee Green.
H 4 Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas _
y. More State & Federal Fund spent Sunday afternoon with Mr.
For Road. In County and Mrs. Chester Andrews of
New River. .

tr HanUurfacIng Main Lateral Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeywere

: Rood Throughout County in Gainesville Tuesday after- .

noon.Mr.. and Mrs. Ivan Hazen of
Better Public Schools Jacksonville Mr. the adds to the times
were visiting friendly pause gay
and Mrs. R. E. Hazen Sunday,
'" More Adequate Mr. and Mrs Roy Thomas of
H School Lunch Program Jacksonville were weekend guests A surprise shower. for the bride-to-l3e. A time just made for friends
of Mrs. Alice Thomas.Bible .
1 lnerea.ed < alone. One of those gay occasions' when the invitation Have a Coke i /
1 Old Age Pension Story HourThere bubbles with friendliness like Coca-Cola itself. Coc .-COla. belongs in r r

were 78. present Tuesday Ii gDJ.LtI.
NO NEW TAXES afternoon at the 'Community your refrigerator for friendly refreshment-to brighten the most

". FOR ANY PURPOSEA Bible School in the Methodist
Recreation Building. The group important part home the people in it.

Vote for Roberts Is A Vote finished the Easter story with 'Co..-Cola'and tu bbrtvUtioTCoWtre
the story of the Ascension conducted -' iOTItIO UNDtt AUTHORITY Of TMI COCA-COIA COMPAQ IT the registered tra d*

For Your Own Best Interests by Mrs. W. J. Churchwell. STARKE COLA I marks which dimr-a"11* the pro*
I All children are Invited to attend 'act .f The Coee Cola Company.
each week. I
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O 1W The c.c17R Ce.

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. . Charles Thornton: Jimmie Brown I panted Lt. and Mrs. Warber to ., . . I I I
Godwin Leslie Bradley, Delbert Nashville, Tennessee where Chapman who spoke ,on, the cause undue delay in the con. would proceed as planned tVistructlon 8II
she I(
Farm Crews, Henry Manassa, Spencer the gueat of another daughter is Clay Hill theme, "The First Easter Morn and that the work i summer
tate Crews, Jack Hall and Harold whom and the Risen Christ." The ser- |
Lt. and Mrs. Warber visit .. _,_ _._ _,_ _,_ .... .
Bryan Whitfield Brannen and Misses Lila Rae and ed before continuing their By Lura Burgess vice, dedicated to veterans of the 0--- -& ""- -- ,

1 "III. . June Caldwell, Luella and Mel- to their journey recent war saw the presence of For Safety Comfort and Economy :
. home In Anchorage, . . as I 1
Davis returned soldiers their
vene Margaret Reddish, Alaska. many and .,,
II' "
EGG HINT Virginia Engram, Pauline Bran- WHEREIN I \"I81TSf) HAVEA wives. Ty.rae.'Z '
egg, hunt sponsored nen and, Doris Moncrief enjoyeda house Clinton Bradley has been the MARVELOUS EASTER AND The gathering enjoyed a basket FOR COURTEOUS ,M 'fj.l'OUUECT 1.
Easter guest of his
sunda.y School, hay ride last Thursday grandparents, dinner at mid-day, then assembled tr -
!lIIunity night. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. IN THE NIGHT OF DEATH I
ell sunday atternoon at the They went to Lake Geneva at Hundley this HEARD THE to hear Rev. Woodsworth, copastor I I
He came last RUSTLE OF A
of Br' anti :Mrs R.and H. girls Cox. Keystone Heights*where they had with his mother, Mrs. Reese Saturday Bradley WING. of the Berea Baptist Churchat INFORMATION 6 1J 'l
the bOys I sandwiches and cookies with Jacksonville and for eight Please Phone
e groups beneath the who, with her other son, Jack 141'I'
hidden coca,colas.Summer "So It be years a missionary-evangelist. '
d '"' Wayne, spent the week-end with may perchance, when Se SSSJSSrS '
prizesurea Ij
appropriate Following an easter hunt for
egg ,
vacation began Friday, Mr and Mrs. Hundley. down the tide Hide Florida Busaes';
to Lavonla Rogers the children, the Greyhound Lines, Inc.
Frances April 19 for the Farm boys and After spending about a week "Our dear ones' vanish, Peacefully community sup-
and the ,
per service. Rev. UNION
McLendon song
Icy"l WeDs I girls who attend Union County with her grandparents, Mr they glide
Mary Hall
Bill Nail and Mrs. choosing as Temple Ave. LACY Stacks, ,3'1' .
ell, schools. G. E. Crews, little Sandra CONWAY Rent
Engram, June Caldwell Williams returned "On level seas, nor mark the un- text 1st John 44.: At the closing _L_ r ..... _,_. ... -.& .. .. -.. -... T
nY" Refresh- H. G. Davis arrived last Fridayon to her invitation
Crews. known bound membership 13 '
Delbert of the pretty terminal leave and la with his home In Palatka Monday with her ; presented themselves for baptismand t...u..IIltllIoijJIII""I4IiI'. } "" '"'lmlIXYIIINM711'''''''JNlpAlllmapuum.'''''' ,'' m.!lmw! ,'I' 'AlIiMW11MU, ...""!!.mW1114,1141' '"WImim.. "''''Il5'''.............
consisting were parents Mr. and Mrs. W. N. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Williams "We call It death-to them 'tis two '
and punch life by statement. Rev. Hall The
rookies the rock garden. Guests :' North. Mr. Davis was a First who were here for the Easter beyond. stated that "the day as a whole I r'rt II EI INN J
In ,
Farm residents and their Lt. In the Air Corps and during hqliday. Out in the night a whlppoor- was one of the greatest In the ,
lid the put year was stationed on Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner spent wlll sang and In the trees 1 heard history of the church." I 1 1-2 Miles South of Starke on Road 28 I
ra Guam. the Easter week-end with Mr. and the rustle of-wings, for death had a .
It was announced that the foun-
BIDE S-Sgt. Jack Bradley visited relatives Mrs. W. M. Relnau in Apopka.Hampton entered our near neighbor's house
peroned by Mr, and Mrs.rp In Jacksonville during the . and taken away Barney Lang. He dation had been poured. for the Bar-B-Q Beef & Pork, Hamburgers. Colds !
Raiford, . . .
Townsend of past week. was a kindly man. I had just new Pine Level church building, a Roast Beef & Pork Hot Roast Beef & j I

Easter holiday visitors of Mr. returned from a marvelous visitat proposed 40'x60' structure of Pork Cheese KKK, Salami and all Sandwiches '

and Mrs. J. C. Wallace were Mrs. the Senator's house In Starke.It I Ocala Llmerock blocks, which will Soft Drinks, Coffee, Beer & Milk. ,''I'

Isabel Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. R. By Mrs. M. (;. Sweeney was a joyous visit, because of i have a seating capacity of ap

A. Wells, Joan and Nancy Mynl- . . . the kindness peace and, consideration, love, !,: I
refinement In that
han and Mary Wells of Jackson expressed A Clean Place For Clean People
GRADUATION EXERCISESThe home. Here was the kind of hus-I I .. .. '
ville. -- '" -,1'1''I
.memmm' ''''rns''''''' '1" .t" -- ''
band all shortage In materials would not --
women dream of, and the
Miss Mildred Williams of FSCW "Student-Speaker" type of I II I !
1 model little mother that made
: Tallahassee spent last week-end program will be held at the Grad-
him thus. Food In abundance, refinement -
i with Mr. ,and Mrs. L. A. Shep- Exercises in the school I I
auditorium on Friday evening, I plenty of room, baths
herd.Mr.. and Mrs. John P. Turney April 26 at 8 o'clock. Everyone Is I and such cleanliness. How I glory In'I'
The real
and daughter, Mary Carol, and cordially invited to attend and American home. They celebrated !i
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Turney give our graduates the congratulations their 19th wedding anniversary :!.
and good wishes they deserve -
and daughters, Joanna and Margaret -
for their Ah I this Is what we fought the "
achievement. .
-of Jacksonville were Easter
war to preserve. I was in another ::1
PROMPT SERVICEDAHMER'S guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. HILLBILLY SHOW I home, beauty, flowers, Eas- e vya Dre I'I
Turney.Mr. The Gainesville Hill-Bill, ter eggs kindness. I utter a prayerof
and Mrs. W H. Williams *+ I
sponsored by the Hampton School thanksgiving. I am so lucky-
and daughter, Betty, visited rela- I will present a popular program in people so kind. I thank the Lord.
tives in Donaldsonville, Ga., last I the auditorium Tuesday April 30, I I have decided- to teach here r
week-end. at 8 p. m. The Hlll-Billles have again next year. I wlft go to ,
GIFT SHOP Lt. and Mrs. Paul Warber were not been in Hampton since pre i DeLand to Stetson University in 4 ,tY
with Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North war days and a large and interested I I June. I will return to teach In ,
I HO EAST CALL ST. Thursday until Saturday of last crowd Is expected to at- August. School will be out in ,

PHONE Ctt week having( come from Califor- tend. These fun-provoking, music- I seven more days. I am then go- '
nia. Mrs. Nelle Beavers accom- loving boys and their Instrumentshold ing to Indiana to see my son and !
a special attraction for young on to Nebraska. I will return lobe
,.. and old, so come out and join in in Starke at the home I visited II
Unless VOTE
a hearty laugh. until June. So I'll not be BO you on I,
far away only for a few weeks.- '
FARMER'S SUPPLY EASTER EGG HUNTS Clay Hill is beautiful. The.red. May 7th other will run 1.1I'I''

Easter Egg Hunts were In appropriate bird, blue birds, mocking birds, ''R '' Florida and America
order last week, and jay birds, and woodpeckers make .
Sunday School classes were the I *++ < -
merry. A hawk wheels far In the
CORNER 10TH & CHERRY STREETS main participants. blue sky screaming a challenge. I not to your

MIKE MARUCA, Owner I Norma Sweeney entertained her am so happy and thankful. The I'I
Primary Class of the Christian all-day meeting at Maxville was
Church with a hunt on Friday well attended Easter Sunday.
afternoon. Edwin( and W. H. Our Baccalaureate sermon Is

Johns won prizes and Martha next Sunday April 28, at 3 p. m raiiiirs'
TARPAULINS12x14 Horne assisted In entertaining and God bless you all Good nlte.-
serving refreshments to the little Lura ur.a: r I

15 x 20 folks.Saturday afternoon Mrs. Thorn- . . . Florida Farm Bureau I I I
ton: Johns Invited her Juniors of I
$34 the Christian Church to her home Pine LevelBy

.4aying >-$18 __ where a hunt was .enjoyed.. Joan .. ,
Sweeney, Peggy Hlnson and Mrs. II. ,:M. McRae

Mash 4.40 Gladys .Bundy were the lucky . . . a
winners at this time. Cold drinks, CITIES SERVICETIRES : it
Starting Mash 4.75 assorted cookies and peanuts were Over 300 persons joined In an I ,:
all-day observance of Easter at
Iroaor Mash 4.75 served. the Pine Level Baptist Church '
The Baptist Sunday School :
'ig Ration 4.10 large party and Easter gavea Egg Sunday, marked! by the address at
morning worship of Supt. L. F. .
extern Yellow Corn 4.25 Hunt on Saturday with all ages Chapman of the Florida State "

taking discovering an active the part colored In hidingand eggs. Farm, the sermon at 3 o'clock by 600x16, 4 & 6 Ply ,, J
the Rev. R. O. Woodsworth of
Billy Home and little Ella Jean Jacksonville, and that of the 650x16 4 & 6 Ply w
Ballard & Jlazen were awarded attractive evening service by Rev. W E. ,
their Re-
Easter toys as prizes. Hall, the pastor. A song and
served at the _._,
freshments were led ----------
prayer service at 1 p. m. was
FEEDS conclusion. by Albert Mitchell, of Macon, Ga. Get Motor Drained i
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Pearce and Following Sunday School which '
i Miss Ruby Bedenbaugh were had an attendance of 176 the and Flushed t
visiting In Lulu Sunday. large congregation heard Supt. ;I#

Mr. and :Mrs. L. J. Wynn and REFILL WITH

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn were r.:...-.-;-...
in Tampa Friday on business.M. ': yr -
L. Watterson and son, Fred 1 KOOL MOTOR ';
g(411rEaf: 1 3t
PEl/ill erick, were transacting businessin CAW .
Orlando Wednesday. Mr. and Canned Oil '' -I'
Mrs. Watterson have had as ,

guests this week, Mr, and Mrs. & @11 _._"_"__ - ----.v :
FOODS Frank Thornbury of Spartanburg,,:
"eu } S. C., :Mr. Bob Thornbury ol.
Kings Mountain, N. C., and Fran EX1DEBATTERIES I
cis and Paul Meng of Toledo,,., OUR i I
Ohio. Frances was a shipmate ol
Frederick for two years whilE; LAPPE BAKERY -
they were serving In the U. S
CANNON'S Coast Guard. 1.6 1

220 N. TEMPLE AVE. STARKE, FLA. ., .r.. Try A Tankful w '

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F High Octane "' a 4 .
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SALMON. -. ,- 1 f .+ t. A. Ethyl Gasoline r t .

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SPINACH No. 2 1Seg
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oz. Jar Aerosol Blitz Bomb '


4"s..J. Positively Destroys
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V. SYRUP 78c $119 to $189 .. Other Insects .


11 er. Mottle 5-PIECE BRIDGE SETS

GIBBS CATSUP ,_ 18c With Metal Folding Chairs New Type FIRE EXTINGUISHER For Car or Home.

$19.95SOFA Oil or Electric Fires EXTINGUISHED INSTANTLY.
larlte Fancy .

LIONS DOl. .' 3Ocalb. BEDS b

Built With Springs r

Sack Ruby.Rose $79.50 AUTO FOUNTAIN
Rising FLOUR 1.40 .6 '

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.. 1 assisted b' Barbara 'Sue's Strong Remodeling: :I i:MERLE: : -
Biggs, LEROY
1\1SOCIETY:\' and CLUBS Idalou Davis Many Egg Hunts mother, Mrs Leslie Biggs and Jewelry 'Store ptSgt
Makes Hon r.' Society Highlight Easter' Miss Dottie Sue Biggs. : and Mrs, ker1e

s Harley F. Strong, 'head of the "ham, formerly of -
I Miss Idalou Davis, daughter of For Young PeopleThe Miss Jeanette McLendon of Orlando jewelry and watch repair concession nounce the birth

Two HonoreesAt P.T.A Members Hear Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis of Junior Department of the who was an Easter guestof at the Camp Blanding Exchange -: LeRoy Packham. of *

Club Guest SpeakerGuest Starke, and a student of the Flor- and Mrs., since 1941, has announcedthe lion' Jr, at
Bridge: Sunday School of the Baptist her grandparents Mr. hospital In
ida State Women's College in opening next Monday of his 'I AUIrUaI4,
f. Tuesday Night speakers at the April Tallahassee, has been signally Church at the church held its Thursday Easter afternoon.egg hunt E. S. Matthews, entertained Sat- new jewelry and watch repair Packham III the former

meeting of the Parent-Teachers honored by receiving a bid from Refreshments of sandwiches, urday afternoon for a few of her business at 137 West Call St. Jorle Hall

s t Miss Frances Peek entertained f Association held Wednesday after Alpha Delta Chapter of Kappa cokes and brownies were servedto friends.' Cokes, cheese crackersand The stock of the business, for

y, the Tuesday'night' Bridge' Club noqn in the schoolhouse were Mrs. Delta Pi, a national honorary fra- a large number of young peo- candles were served to' the merly known as The Stag, was NOTICE OF ,\ppLlfA'
mother on
J at Church the home Street of this her week. Three T. Q,.Cleajy of Newberry, who is16th ternity including among its mem- ple by the department superintendent young people and little Mary purchased by Strong from C. J. T\t: DEEDNOTICE" : t
\ Vice-president of the StateI bership undergraduates showing Carter of Jacksonville, and was .. bill .
Mrs.' E. L. Biggs and :
in the miniature q I
tables placed living Matthews received a -
were Federation Mrs. McMasters "fine spirit and I Agnes Ji f
and professional giv-
sold here,at a series of auctions EREBt
I teachers, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee,
room for the players and spring Gainesville who is of of professional garden set for finding' the m'H. ,. uiva
president ing promise
Interior the
of is
The building
the oltowingdae **
flowers were ,used about the Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. Wesley : \ the i N
t.' The'Alachue Council. achievement" in education -work. prize egg. now' undergoing extensive alterations said certificates' '1-'
Andrews and Mrs. John Moyer., ror .
room. b.
Mrs. Cleary poke on the alms "Another prerequisite of'membership ---- ,,.-- and redecoratIng. numbers'aaued thereon The'"

i c. After three progressions, high wa.4 and.,; ,objects of the PTA and gave is, a high average in the 'The Primary- Sunday School '-?Fridayafternoon*. Mr.. W. E. Mr.;.' Strong;state that' his watch clellcrlptlon IJ.DdJIean or the or ka
: prize, a double-deck of a' brief history of the present 'School' of Education. Class and the Story Hour'groupof Middleton entertained eight little repair ervtce"WII1 be' "the ,most aa lIalnell follows In which It wad enr aCel'tl'loate
Joe Soonlan. :
c awarded to Mrs. association. She also answered Miss Davis will be Initiated Into friends of her granddaughters! *..'
the Training, Union had :an complete ever offered In Starke.
Bingo prize, a bottle of cologne, questions asked by those present the society on May 15. Mat Agnes and'Madge Ann Matthews auance 1942.n No 91 :y
WUlam Easter erg hunt.at..the,, church He has been a jeweler and Watch- ,
was won by :(Mr, Bag- D..crlptlon
1 alld informed them of the PTA Tuesday afternoon of last week. 'a't'het home 'on ,Walnut maker 'tor 34 ,year and, was formerly $ of nr Prop:,)
t,. gett. Institution which Is to'be held In Ladies Auxiliary' There ,were 29 children presentand St. After the traditional __ egg a resident of ..Atlanta. He 'R. fa E. Containing Okr;

r Miss Clara Mae Harley; a pop- Tallahassee beginning 'Tuesday, Has Social Buzzy Green received a prize' hunt they were served punch. and Mrs.: Strong occupy the, Jacobs lIavlland Name ,!In which arses
ular bride-elect of Lawtey, was MeetingThe
June 11, through Friday; and said
for the most eggs found in the crackers ar.d ice cream. cottage on Kingsley Lake Certlflcate' No
presented a box of dusting powder that Interested members of the .uanee. 1942, 10' y,
hunt. Cookies and drinks were
I r and her slater, Mrs ,Baggett, Bradford Association could go Ladles Auxiliary of the served to the children by Mrs. Linda' Kay Sale and Clair Jean In WoodSawS.
who Is visiting'here from Shreve- Presbyterian Church held its social ,Youth CommitteeIs iecPrjy'T.' ; '
with the Gainesville on
group Maxie Carter, Mrs. T. B. Harding, Mundy were honor guests at a YfNameoInawhl
Tuesday'night at the
port La., was given' a box of meeting hlesyee"
note as mementoes of the their bus. home of Mrs. O. _E. Stansbury.The Mrs. F. J. Shaw, Mrs. Clyde family Easter party at the homeof DiscussedAt Brundage. ,
paper Plans were discussed for Fath- Priest'and Misses JeanettePrlestand Mr. and Mrs. W. 'B. Mundy Certificate
i living and dining rooms were ClubRecommendations No; 107
occasion.Ice Rotary T,
er's Night and Mrs. T. T. Long Frankie uanoe 1942.
Morgan. \
Sunday afternoon, .Beautifully
and cake were served I attractively decorated with arrangements ; D..llcrlptlon nt
cream was appointed, chairman of the ,
decorated Easter cake was, enjoyed Lot 601n
of oleanders of
roses, the recent Woodlawn
late In the evening by the hostess committee for the Senior's Recep- enterta'inedabout R. 23 E, H.al
Betty Mae Bryant sandwiches. containing
and fern, with the Easter motif with eggs and Governor's Conference on Youth Ie.L. .
and Jeer mother, Mrs. S. L. Peek. tion which will be given by the 19 friends with an huntat .Name In which a,,..,
carried out in a beautiful cross of egg were discussed at the Rotary Club Keever,
PTA on Friday, May 16 for mem- flowers. the home of her parents, Mr. Florence Brown, daughter ,of Wednesday by the Rev. L. A. Certificate N" 108
U. D. C. To Meet bers of the Senior Class. Otherson suance 1942. T.
\, Mrs. Jeanette Young was in and Mrs. R. F. Bryant, Sunday Mrs. M. Ft Brown, entertained 10 Shepherd, chaplain of the State
committee J.
the Mrs. G.
are afternoon. Cokes and cookies with Lot61cInpWo dlawryopPniR }
t' of her girl friends an egg Prison who attended the conference

i The W; T. Weeks Chapter U. Godwin, Mrs.1C. G. Duncan, Mrs. charge of the program which was were enjoyed flowing the hunt 22 E,. con I
hunt at her home Friday morning ,
D. C., will :'meet Wednesday afternoon W. B. Mundy, Mrs. R. A. Green entitled "In Company with Christ". and Shirley Kelly was given a in Tallahassee as an of- Stoker Name In which j,
Mrs. K. G. Dun- Helen Haines'wil.! given\ a ficial delegate.The .
Taking part were
May 1, at 3:30 o'clock at and Mrs. L. H. Jennings. prize for finding the most Certltleate
: discussed the church eggs.11J1' prize as finder of the most eggs No 159 re
can, who speaker described the
the home of Mrs. L>. A. Davis. _. ,BuanCII 19U,
: work in Brazil, Japan, India, Africa and refreshments were enjoyed that had been taken at a meeting Description or
r Hostesses will be Mrs. Davis Mrs. Easter Party ,Mr...and Mrs. D. D. Woodard hunt. of SE% of SW''".Property
and Venezuela; Mrs. W. 'J. followlngthe here last Friday night toward the T. 1S.. R. For Rr
r., Jos.' E. Wilson and Mrs. W. G. gave an Easter Egg Hunt at their 22 E, cool
For Sharon St. JohnMrs. Chandler, who spoke of the work home establishment of a County Youth acre..
+rnft Starke Sunday after-
,r' Halle. K > e being done among the Indians In noon. Ice cream, cake, drinks RAs Meet at Lake Committee and urged Rotarians Land Name Bank.n which a8e.810<1
( Eleanor St. John enter- the United States and Mrs. B.
; to take an Interest !in and cooperate All of said
and ejfis were enjoyed after the proP.rti
tained with an Easter party at C. Holtzendorf, who mentioned hunt.: fPresent For Study CourseThe with this movement.Also Florida the County ot Dradfo,

r ; the home of her parents, Mr. and work done by. Filipino.Christians I at this
guests meetingwere
'd' were Mrs. Helen Royal Ambassadors of the Unlesn such certllleate
fl. Mrs. V. S. St. John on Road 28 during the.war.. I E. C. Mann Jr. N. S. ficates shall be
Wright, Mrs. Susie Glisson and Baptist Church held a study redeemed
last Friday in honor of her daughter Jean several to law the ,
Miss Davis sang property des
I, Dankle and Shelton Shaw
Mrs. representatives
I. sons, Mr. and J. M. Allen course at Strickland's Landing on mien certificate of .
t Sharon. selections at, various times during and sons,'Mr. and Mrs. Ira Allen KIngsley Lake-Friday--They fin- of the Hercules Powder be Bold to the hlgheit b"dl<

1 Prizes; were awarded to Bill the evening, and- -Mrs- -Young- I and daughter, Mr and :Mrs. ished the book ':so Tfiir"IS Af- Co., of Brunswick, Ga. Mr. Mann day court In house month dour uf on June thi'l, i 141!,r

Wood and Billie Dowling, Jr., as conducted the Bible Quiz. George Grover and son, all of rica" andj lunch was enjoyed'at spoke briefly stating that his Is the 3rd d.yof June, l I'!

h finders of the two golden eggs, There were, about 14 members Starke, Mrs. Prevatt of Lawteyand the lake. Mrs. Clyde 'Priest, company would like to start operations 1946.Dated this 23rd day ,

t and favors,of decorated cups filled present, and Mrs. Stansbury, assisted Miss Thelma St. John of Misses Jeanette Priest and in, this vicinity If hous- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J
with candy were given to the by Miss Davis, served a Jacksonville.Mrs. Frankie Morgan and the Rev. L. ing accommodations could be secured Clerk of Circuit Court of
r : guesta.' Each child was presentedwith delightful salad course, with the County, Florida u
D. Haines accompanied the groupof for around 25 families in a
an Easter.basket upon, his, Easter motif ,further carried out S. R. Johns, Sr., and Mrs. 29 boys for the course. medium price range. N OTICR
I: arrival at the party.'Refreahments in the plate arrangements. H. SUver entertained Ann Linda The Board of Public In
: Mr. Mann stated ,that his com- of Bradford County. Fin,
of Ice' cream 'and and Randy' Johns, Marc Silver for sale a school bun-li
( ClubTho pany salvages old'plne stumps and
Jr. Wornan's truck. The Bonn will il,
pink lemonade with 'slices of
a May Breakfast and Carolyn Edwards with an egg ships them to Brunswick where until Monday, May 6th
,; beautifully decorated cake ,topped hunt at the home of Mrs. Johns Junior Woman's Club will they are processed into various I 4M.. at ita office at ill
with"'IlappyEaater, Sharon" andaccenteb' Plans CompletedAt afternoon of courthouse at Starke, 1
last week.
I Thursday hold its regular monthly nteetlng naval stores. He said they would County, Florida. (,t

outer "with flowers on'the a meeting of the social com- Linda found the most eggs and Wednesday, May 1st, at 7:30: in operate here for several years if IN CIRCUIT cornr.' BH!
edge were served to the
following the hunt
mittee of the Woman's Club held games and the club building. All membersare suitable arrangements could be coriw-nr. FLORID, it]
children. punch'and cookies f
were served to *"
h Present were Robert KIdd, Billie last Monday at the home of ,the the children., urged to attend. made. Ernest; E. De Plazin, Plaj,
chairman Mrs. J. W. Klncald, The Marx; Patricia Dft Plalla
la now'making
w Tom Jackson, Billie Dowling, company a dant.: Case No. 4716,
I Jr.,' Katherine Scanlan, Mary plan were completed for theclub's Mrs. Ethel M.,BIgga entertainedat Baptist Church"The housing survey of this community AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUlLICA TO APP
annual Breakfast.
Katherine and Betty Lou Walnwrlght May her home on Walnut Street In an effort to determine how STATE OF FLORIDA
Fella and Bill Wood, Beverly The Breakfastt to be held at Sunday afternoon with an Easter value of Christian Teach- Patricia D., Piazza, who!
ing" is the I I sermon topic. .of, the many units can be obtained at a dence and addrmn ii I : 1
Lapp,. Virginia Jean and 13.noon.on Wednesday May 8, In 'I egg hpnt for her young grand- Avenue:!. ., Graf ton, Auckla
Mike Darby: Jimmie Guy Harriet the*club building and reservationsmay daughter, Barbara Sue Bfcgs, and palltor. f'the. First Baptist Church rental of around$39- ikmqnth. If,; :rhaJ&4hl f '"-

and Bill Powell, Mrs. R. G.: be made by callingMrs.\ A. about 12 ot,,her friends., this, Sunday,morning, 11 a, m. a sufficient number corTbe found, May>Yot','irel; : required i 1948. In to the il
all meets
.Mrs':' The children hunted and Sunday School for ages the wu(' start* "timne'd I rt and emit
Ktdd .William Jackson, Mrs. Z&Adkins ..t"107" AU< m.mbers eggs at" 9:45 to study "The Develop- company operationshere. 'plaintiff neeka divorce,
Blllle D wllng Mrs. Glen Wood w.ere given favors of candy suckers I
and their. guest are invited and I ment of Rocklike, 'Character". County Telegraph hail
Mrs.. Charles Darby Mrs. Fred on bunny sticks. They played this Order In next four w
are'asked' to,make their -I Following the regular luncheon au...
reservations Sunday evening' at 'I
outdoors and were served
Guy" and Bill. Powell. I Wltnem. my hand endseal
ffVfi-l-; .as early as possible. Ice cream and cookies by Mrs. there wilt"be a guest speaker, hour, a meeting of the Board of I at Starke, Florida, t

Miss Gladys Udell \ Rev. M. L. Wenger, returned missionary Directors 'was held and It was (85 OFFICIAL'SEAL 1946. ) A.1 1 1At

from Nigeria, Africa. He voted .to resume sponsorship, of Clerk.of call< Court
Weds : and his wife will be guests of By Lucille C. Conner, D I
Harry Mooty'Miss Boy Scout Troop 70. T. Frank Landrum, Stark'J
the' Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Haines .Atty.: for Pit 4,;.

Gladys ,Udell and Barry: I over the weekend.'

Mooty were quietly married last IJkfrom In the absence of the pastor,

Saturday evening by the Rev.U.S. Blanchard Law will have chargeof
''G rdon In' the parish house of the mid-week service. BRING YOUR GLASS WORK

n the First Presbyterian Church In Training Union meets'at 6:45: :' to
Gainesville.The her heavy schedule, Lois discuss "The Whole World in One TO PREVATT and SAPP
was certainly up to par this year klnda doubts it At any rate,
couple was attended by Mr. Room". Unions are available for
and Mrs. Milton st. Peter, form and as usual I firmly resolved to "It's a wonderful profession" says each age group and a friendly IN TORODE'S CHEVROLET GARAWe
she, and her friends to
erly of Starke, and cousins of the take copious notes and be able to urges welcome !is assured to all who

J bride!., Mrs. Mooty !is the daughter tell you who wore what But write wave, of for nostalgia even a nurse and has a choose to worship cut and fit all auto glass and any other

1 of Mr. and Mrs. John I* Udell also, quite as usual I became dazzled The address now Is: C-N then Lois kind of glass fixtures. We guarantee our

Prophetic patient' tripe of here Highland four Park,while Ill., she and lived was (or should I say hat-happy) Newsome, Nurses Home, 450 East Youth CommitteeTo work and if you are not satisfied. we will
the ruffled trim of a years started and ,.ve. N. E., Atlanta Ga. c
before I'd hardly gladly refund
: your
tummer-time'trio .'. (has employed at Camp Blanding. Be OrganizedOnly :
After a wedding trip in North- threw away my pencil and pad -
r.' i Io.t matching shorts). Comer west Florida, the young couple No, I won't mention anybody, Lots of anniversaries and birth a small group attended the
\iv. Chambray from famous will be at home on West Call St. because there were Just too manyin days this week .. Rawson and meeting' In the courthouse last

t Avondala Mills: Si3es stunning array and, after all, Lucile Davis celebrated their 22nd Friday night, called by the Starke

1 4.15 I .:"*$::.,::-....," Iooa.S5.70' ,... School of Missions'A the newspr \'.oIhol'tage! Is still on wedding anniversary Tuesday, and Chamber of Commerce for the : ARRIVED "THIS, WEEK

r Charley and Ted Johns observed purpose of discussing a programof '
School of Missions will .beheld their 19th Sunday with a quiet recreation for youth. A Large Shipment of HoIIingswort]

at the First Baptist Church Seems to have been quite a family dinner ... The M. C. May- The Rev. L. A. Shepherd chap-

e beginning Sunday May B, with week for mishaps on the Keystoneroad hughs both observed birthdays lain of the State,Prison was pre Fine Chocolates

guest missionaries to speak each and my sincere sympathy la during this week and Bertha sent and e x p lamed the objec-

night of the week. Classes will extended to Lou Struth who will Loper celebrated her's Thursday tives of the recent conference heldin In 1 1 1-2 and 2 lb., Boxes
ROBBINS'Formerly be held beginning at 7:30 p..m. be In a cast for several months, Hear that, Louise (Edwards) Tallahassee, called by Governor

with the speaker bringing and and Helen Rowland who will have and Ray Bell are purchasing the Caldwell for the purpose of discussing .

explaining an evangelistic message to ,undergo plastic surgery later I new house built) by the Nollmans youth problems.It .'
Sternberg'a of the work being done' in on-both as the result of auto on Lafayette St. next to Sterns was decided to proceed with

Home and Foreign Mission Work. accidents Seems Lou's car Leonard and Hazel (Pack- the work of setting up a local .;. :'

"""-- -- crashed Into two others that had ham) Van Eppa have departed to Youth Committee, as recommended .. Elizabeth, Arden
make their home in South Dakota -
I already collided on the Keystoneroad by the Governor's conferenceand
last Friday night Mer- Add among the latest measles a committee was appointed to Fine Toilet: ; ArticlesA
rill Struth (driving) was 'only victims: Billy and Charles Torode carry this out.

slightly hurt, and Phil Manassa New Shipment rrived-This Week
another occupant, Is wearing a Local Properties _. Ask The Clerk To Show You
'I bandaged nose Lou bemoansthe Spotted an' Jotted Buddy Davis These High Grade Toilet PreparationsELECTRIC
[ home on terminal leave Ab-
fact that she was recently of- Change Hands
Is t't 11.; I fered $1400 for her car, but after bie (Harley) Baggett back from

the crash the. best bid was $50! Shreveport for sister Clara Mae's Mr and Mrs. Freeman Register, s

.c' .'H. wedding on May 5 '. Marvin Jr., recently purchased: from .Mr. "
,' 'Wp ti Rooks strolling down Call Street and Mrs. L. A. Remvolds a one- "

," .TIM accident la which Helen Sunday Ruby Silcox doing story frame house at the cornerof ''SHAVERS

wasdeeply cut across the nose some stenographic work this South and Thompson Streets.

.," occurred when a group of high week for .candidate Noon Wainwright The consideration was $6,000. FALCON CANDID CAMERAS
school students were returning Comer and Bill Long Mr. and Mrs. Edward Charbon-

; S. ,- I, from a fish fry at Sonny Haynea here for an Easter .visit The neau of Worchester, Mass. have LADIES UMBRELLAS

SS. I place on:Santa Fe Lake Monday I beautiful arrangement of flowersin purchased the Hollingsworth.
y '". I night'. .. .. Seem.i 4a cow jumpedIn the Baptist Church Sunday. home In the""Pearce subdivision : And Many Other Articles Are Being

f ".;, front of Elbert'Erie Thornton's! Members of the Junior Woman's from Mr. and Mrs. James Hol- Received ,Now

oelf car.. causing It to leave the ruts!. Club looking forward to a very lingsworth and Mr. and Mrs:
a 1ot 'and hit a stump Helen's head successful dance at the Woman's James L. Hair.. Purchase price

e9 went right through the windshield -: Club tonight (Friday) was 5000. .
Mti' i and Elbert,Erie broke the -- Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins .
Leo 4b steering wheel in four places, but' Hear that Virginia Sewell. of the State Farm have purchasedlots

& ?* seems to have escaped almost uninjured Catharine NoUman. and Idalou 5 and 8 of block 13. Gaskins MOTHERS DAY' CARDS

tP e'oOt$ John Andenon received Davis three lovely localltes, had addition, from Mr. and. Mro.. E. -
cuts' and bruises, and Ann parts in the Junior Minstrels last W. Hayes. NOW pN .DISPLAY

Wilt, fourth occupant of the car Friday at FSCW the biggest Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Masters -
+4$? was relatively unhurt *. student show of the year Our have purchased lots 1. 2 and 3, Make Your. Selection NOW

present Tallahasseelassiea seem block 20, Temples addition, from '
r Hear, that Lola Newsome, who to be giving a good account of Mr. and Mrs.! J. H. Ritch of Jack s : '

Is a cadet nurse at Georgia Baptist themselves Keep up the good sonville. The Masters 'are now ,

Hospital, received her 'cap work girls 1 constructing a home on this prop-
Friday, night>,)! April 5. as a tokento erty. ,

prove that ,she had satisfactorily Seems to be all for the nonce. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Manire have Koch Stat

completed her first ,.lxmonths' So long ,". See you. In the nextCarolyn. purchased some property at the Drug

training t Some ,say NE corner of Broadway and Hoyt
the 'worst layover' but Judging. : ptreets from J. F. CoUe,... --

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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Powell and Leo Wltkovskl arrived Sunday I STATE OF FLO IDA to! Angela ginta C-Parlalen, who.o residence: Mrs Carl Wynn. Mrs. H. K.Boclt I

BIrsofLOCAL NEWS children were In Jacksonville from Gr>en Cove Springs to be and Rapctto address PratellU. lot I whoa.. residence jit* unknown .r, .:Mrs. :B. C.' HolUendwrf I
In: Cor.o Bardecna '." required to a..p.ar
shopping Thursday.Mr. I with his father who Is ill at the Uenoa.. Italy. Mayo 27, 1948. In the abovo mad I and Mrs. C. F. Ward attended i jPresbytery
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mat- You are 'required to appear on Court and cause wherein plaintiff
and Mrs. Merrill Futch and May 27 114. In the above named. seeks. divorce Bradford County< In Crescent City Tues f
I Beasley re- thews. Court and cauae, wherein. plaintiff Telegraph .hall publish thin. Order day.
o. Mrs. Robert E. Greene Jr., son of Tallahassee spent the .
and M Lv from and seeks Annulment. Bradford County In ne.t four weekly iHHiien. I
sLlllday night and spent the Easter weekencS'In t weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Williams Sr., of Telegraph shall publish this Order AVItneaw. my hand and official f J Beginning Sunday night, April
In Tampa Jacksonville with her Dr. Mrs C. A. Futch. In next four weekly I..uell.Wlln. eal at Starke Florida, this April
parents, Tallahassee and
visit daughter Mrs. ....
sister, Mrs.Kincaid my hand and official 11th. 194S. I IOJI'FICIAL 28th at 7:90: the Christian lynwn's -
Their and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza< Jack veal. at Starke, Florida this April '
Harrison and Mrs. Moral.eon's
,!fred NEW REMIN G TON PORT. 83 1946.OFFICIAL.. ( SEAL) A. J. Thoma.. Convention of Florida will
whoha3beenvl.it."or son, 'John of A* Clerk of sell Court. ,
several weeks Mrs. D. W. Moore spent the ABLK typewriter*, $57.77 (Included Gainesvillewere Ay( Clerkat. SEAL.aid )Court A. J. Thomas By Lucille C. Conner t>, C. I 1 1J. meet at the Gospel Tabernacle.

Tampa weekend In Hampton with Mr. tax) Bradford County guests Wednesday of Mrs. Rv Lucille C. Conner D. C. iDurrance, Law Exchange: "" Hear throe top-fltght Chrltitujo..
.1, M. Mitchell.
ned with them and Mrs. Gordon Weest. Telegraph. T. Frank Landrum' Stark.. Florida ft-lf Ally fur JarkMonvllle Plf. .-2404tat-17 laymen each night for a week.
Atty. for Plf. .16 4t i
Dodson and eon. Mrs. C. .]'.. Ward, Mrs. B. C. ,
Q. I -
their homeondcefo Miss Sara Poythress and John Miss Shirley Colley of FSCWIn I
returned to Holtzendorf, Mrs. Carl Wynn and i-v <-iHcriT cot HT. nnADVonnVI.OHI1IAI ,
Arthur Torode, who employes Tallahassee spent the weekend
iV. lant week after are Mrs. H. E. Bbelter attended the t'OIIN'I'Y, IN' VIIASl'eilY. f
her of National Air Lines in Jacksonville with her mother Mrs. Margie !
several days Presbytery "IQi'1 Crescent City Marie Dolhv Wemmoreland Plaintiff P. T. A. FATHER'S NIGHT MEEING
ni and Mrs. T. M.ngs. were ( weekend guests' of Colley. Thursday "... Clifton A. Wentmoretand. !
eta, Mr Mrs. Pauline :Torode. Pefendant. Can No. flab %

: was James Brooks of Brooksvllle Mr. and Mrs. Junlus M. Smith ANO EN'TICTCPTOLAPI'EA B -.LA t '(Pa tags along g for Ma's covered dish I
PORT- :Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Gardner and a guest-Sunday of Mrs. T. .
RtMIN G Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sternberg and to fIl: ,
\V Carol of Jacksonville Frank'Landrum. A. Wentmoreland. whoa residence )
.. 51.11: (hi- daughter; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy supper
*" and addr5e. I I. C. A. Wentmorelnnda "
typewritere county .spent the..weekend with JUr.;.and 'leave : .' i : .-
Bradford" Mr and Mrs. R, J.. DaviswereIn will for Miami this weekend -e ASN 783.71-4 Draft No. 17DK6, :
t tee) IfL Hogan Smith.Mrs. % Fleet. Post Office San Francisco /'BRADFORD HIGH'' SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
where :
*. Jacksonville Wednesday of last they will attend the California. -

i underwent M.. C:' Stith and daughter week to attend the wedding of District Conference of Florida Rotary You are required to appear on
Hazel Phillips Clubs- May 27, 196. In the above named Tuesday, April '30, 7:30 I>.,M. '
1 in St.:.Vincent' Sandra Beth of Washington D. their niece Janice Tatum to Fred Court and cause wherein plaintiff'

*EJacksonville yeater- C., and son Bob, of Yale University Haifer. They left after the wed- Hear McClartey speak on "The seeks divorce name. and Bradford, restoration. County ofmaldon '

tal sister. Mrs. are arriving by plane Sundayto ; ding to make their home in Glendale Imminent Return of Our Lord" at Telvirraph. shall publish thl. Order Come on Ma bring your dish

Thornton of Baltimore visit Mrs. Stlth' parents,.Mr. Calif. Miss Tatum has visit- the Tabernacle Sunday April In Wltne next four mY weekly hand. and lent l official,.,. seal And in that dish Pa's favorite wish,

Tuesday to be with her and Mrs. H. L.. Brownlee. Bob ed here often and made many 28th. ? at 1919 Stark. *. Florida, thl. April 24. We want all members, old and new

sane recuperation. will be here five days and Mrs. friends. ((OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. To come on down and enjoy the stew.
I Her Stlth and daughter will remain Easter guests of Mrs. W. H. An Clerk. or nnld. Court.
Sewell. Cather- Mrs. Russell McRae and dauGh- Struth and Miss Kat6 Struth were fly Lucille C. Conner. D. C. Fun and frolic and program too
Virginia through May. T. Prank tndrum, Starko.: FloridaAtty
es ter Unda: Gail have just return-
Lou and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Page and 4.19 4t 6-17 We
and Ida for Pit. want you to come, and we do mean YOU.
oilman of FsCW'ln Tafa, NEW REMINGTON PORTABLE turned from a two weeks visit!' children. Billy.. Martin and Mer- --
rte the Easter weekend t Y P ewritere $37.77, (Includes with her son and daughtcr-ln-law illynn of Tampa and Mrs. Leah I" .IRCVIT COURT. R".IIIOrnt''TY.

s spent respective parents. tax) Bradford County Mr. and Mrs. Julian E. McRae BauknIght of Jacksonville. : .. PLORIII\ IN: CHANCKHY. .

their U of Telegraph. In Hope Valley R. I. While there I Marie Jones, Plaintiff, v.. Hnlph I -
of the
? Smith, Jr.? Mr and Mrs. Charlie Jenkins Junes, Pefendant. Cans No, 4712.
Gainesville was also here. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. shevisited some interesting places and children were: Sunday( even ORDER OW PUBLICATIONAND
and Mm W. L. Wall were their son and ing guests\ of Mr. and Mrs.. D. D. I STATE OF FIX">Rr| A to: Rnlpli I
,day guests of Mr. daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. New York City. Woodard. r Jones, whose residence IK* 10 Kx-
Mrs. Green'ser.ln.aw ETackfXVilmlnit-
I Avenue
were more
Green Harold Wall of St. Augustine.Mr. to hear outstanding EVERY TUESDAY ;
and sister, Mr.., andG You are Invited Miss Mary Alice Yarbrough ofMontreat I ton, Delaware.You ar" required ti> appear on \

J. McGrlff of Jackson- and Mrs. J. W. McIntosh Christian laymen speak 28th College N. G,, spent the May :37. 1048, In the .above named. Our Own Starke Troubadour String Band ,
at the Tabernacle, April Easter weekend with her grand Court and cause wherein plaintiff ;
had all their children for Sunda\ different reeks. dlvorcir and custody and ron
dinner. These were Mr. and Mrs. through May 8th. A mother. Mrs. R. S. Fernandez. troi of minor child. Bradford For and Round
find yourself In a fix. speaker each night. County Telegraph mall publish. thl.Order Square Dancing ;
IOU daughter ..
McIntosh and .
4-1Z Drew In next four weekly Issues.Witness
r, telephone 116. Stp I Sandra of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendon and Miss Lyon ?pf Chicago my hand and official .. I
who has been visiting Mrs. C. C. neal at Htarke Florida, thin April
L Dyal S 1-c of the Jack- Mrs. J. W. McIntosh Jr., of: daughter, Jeanette returned Sun- James of Keystone was a brief 24 IfHB EVERY SATURDAY
was and Mrs. Clyde Priest (OFFICIAL SEAT.) A. :J. Thomas,
Station Gainesville Orlando I
Air home in
Naval their Mrs.
e, day to visitor of Jeanette Young An Clerk of said Court.

j relatives and friends over I I and Tlllman McIntosh. after spending the Easter holy Sunday afternoon. She left by By .Lucille D. Morgan" C. Conner Fifth Floor D. C.Wm Clark Marion McClellan

eeken!!. I I Clyde Priest and daughter Jeanette days with Mrs. McLendon's parents plane from Jacksonville Sundayfor niilir. Jacksonville,' Fla.

,c Marlon Bouton niece: ofd attended Homecoming day Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mat her home. Atty. for PH. 4-28 4t 5-IT and His Boogie Woogie Boys Y

Mrs. V S. St. John;; who and dinner at the Baptist Church thews. They were accompaniedas Mrs. L. D. Vining was In Jacksonville IN rinci'iT rofHT. "nAn..UlnC'ollN'rY. I I !
Mrs. .
Itloned at Banana River, was In Morrlston, Sunday.\ far as Apopka Wednesday. CK.HY.Charle. .
test for the Robinson and' Mrs. Lily Lewis It rarlnU, Plaintiff, vs.Virginia GOOD TIME FOR EVERYONE ,
at their home Come and be fitted In a beautiful ot Mr. and C. Parlelen, DofendiintCttBH ,.
been guests
I who have Robert Ford who was recently MUSIC STARTS AT 8:00 1-., M. ;
[weekend for spring NO. 4701.ORDER
I Splrella. garment Mrs. James Lewis. discharged from the Navy was a, OP1 PimLlCATIOM COUPLES ONLY
Dickens has returned and summer.-Mr*.Frank Hoover 1 1Corsetlere. guest last week of his uncle and AND NOTICE TO APPRAR i
j. May (.tz 8tj Graham is spending this STATE OF FLORIDA to: Vlr-
I a lengthy visit with relatives Starke. W. > aunt Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow.
York City buying I
J friends I In South Carolina Mrs. S. L. Peek Miss Frances)I week in New for Alvarez Store. He Is spending this week with
In at the home of Mr. merchandise other relatives In Georgia and -
lun.again W L. Wall. Peek and Darby Peek visited ala ir T. Frank Landrum is spen.llng, will return here for this weekend R e E lee t
Jacksonville Sunday. They Let's Re-elect I H. Price

.and Mrs. T. J. Griffin spent visited Mrs. J. M. Darby In Riverside .. this York week City.Special. on business in New .. -.. Rep. Emory .
ekend In Oveida with Mrs. Hospital where she Mrs. Lewis Haines returned Yf b 4

n'a brother-in-law and slslur. an operation last week. Hei orders taken for gifts, this week from South Carolina
and Mrs. L. E. Jordan. condition Is satisfactory. of silver china and crystal.W. Madison where she has been visiting her to Congress from 2nd:Dist. :May 7

Mrs. J. M. Mitchell 303 sister and was accompanied home i..

St.Mrs.. by her mother Mrs. C. C. Stall

who will be here duringthe
IN PERSONFrom E. K. Ferryman returned Chicago worth month of May. t }, Emory II. Price considers it an honor,\,to represent us

Fla. home Tuesday from in the U. S. House of Representatives.:' i
Station W.P.D.Q.' Jacksonville, Comer. l
Radio where she visited her son The Rev. and Mrs. Lewis Haines

Who Is in a Naval hospital there will leave Sunday for Atlanta,, ', ; Emory IL: Price,,.Appreciates i the cooperation and sup I j''

mm TRENT and,her brother, Carlyle Peek. Ga., where they will attend the .port ,we 'oft he-Second Congrf SlOltai 'District{ ihivo" I
a .
;... "" Blble"Te''M\tnJ'' Clinic being .1t'tt;
Better !
uvn .. gar, \ 'Col. and 'MI*. 'D. E. Knight' rendered him. "* '
att. weekend guest.Col. held lu the First Baptist '
and hisHILLBILLY their -
had as
Knight's brother S. S. Knight of Church there for a week. The e ''' Emory II. Price has represented, -the entire district :

Miami.Mr. clinic is being taught by out stand. and has consistently looked after 'our interests In' "
PALS Bible teachers of the south. They

and Mrs. Donald the' Kelly weekend of will return Saturday. Washington. t-, ., iv' jfjfn$ \\c' ;

,,'. f' with Plant Mr.City Kelly's spent brotherinlawand Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Emory II. Price will have hadxtourearaof.actual:

sister Mr. and Mrs. Alton attended the anual homecoming of o experience when this term ends." He has received
church at Hortense Ga., last
Dobbs. Sunday. They were accompaniedhome excellent House committee appointments' and, he (in

M I ,; 4axr II. W. McClartey, Atlanta, lawyer by Dr. Middleton's neice,, becoming more valuable to the district as the months

r iP, p will be the speaker at the Mrs T. H. Howard of San Diego,,

Christian lAymen'i meeting at the, Calif., who Is visiting them here. Emory H. Price pass. t

e"l I Tabernacle on Sunday, April 28th.

t and Mrs. J. L. Keating of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that' PEND"ABILITY. LET'S GIVE 11161 A 1110. MAJORITY ON MAY ?,
.. under and by virtue of a Final' litcr --
came last week to entered. on the 13th IN HIM.
Mrs. Keatlns's mother. Mrs. day of April A. D. 1946 by the AND
visit A. Z. Adklna. Jlldlll'e of
Edith Mosely. Mr. Keating has the Circuit Court Klghlh Judicial This advertisement paid for by Price's friends in Bradford County) \
but Mrs Keating will I Circuit of Florida, In and for Brad- (
County In Chancery. In favor
remain for a longer visit. of 1\[. B. tlerlun. an plaintiff and I
against Porrln U Noegel and UOB-
Mr and Mrs. D. E. Knight spent well H. aHt'f.I.( : her husband as I Ip.cal
1 defendant, undsrdgned an
Friday In Jacksonville. Master In Chancery will offer -
for ml and sell to the highest
Mr and Mrs. Claude Moore and bidder for cash before the Mouth Collapsible Baby Carriages :
have been Front Door of the Court House atStark.
of Tampa
son, Ralph .. Bradford County, Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hals- between the legal hour. of ...1.> un J
Monday May.. 1114.. all of the 17.95 JI I
lop. .qulty. right title and interest of. I
Dorrle U 1'1'
CHEROKEEAnd Miss Mamie Kelly of Tampa ire:.t said and defendants Roswell il. No-el.b:: '

spent the Easter holidays Mrs. D.with G. described husband, In property and to .Ituat.th. following. lying Thayer Baby Carriages J

arid .
Mr. Bradford County.Florida
her parents. and I being
Trick Ropingand
Ills Hot Guitar to-wlt: i
Fancy Whip Cracking Kelly. Th. North thlrty-thr.e and four 35.95ThreePiece ;
S. Attorney H. V. tenths (N.' S3.O feel of the Went.
Assistant of Lot Flv. (5) and
Half (W "')
Knight of Gainesville spent the South thirty-thre. and twotenths Maple
JOHNNY FiddlingAL (8 SJ.2) feet of the Went
ANDERSON Old Thursday here. Half >) of Lot HI* (6) and
ALLUMS And His Electric Steel Guitar Saturday the NorTh iUteenand .I. tenth
will arrive Went. halfWV Room Suits
Hudglns feet
Fiddle Paul (N' 18. ) Living
SHORTY His Big Bass all of
JENKINS And following his discharge ( ) of Lot 81x (e) .
CARLIE Sweetheart the tb. Went Hal (W'AI of Lot Sev.en
MAE Your Hillbilly week from nf
earlier In the (7) In Mo"k Eight (1) Covering With Springs
to the Town of Beautiful Tapestry
Island, S. c., Addition
Marines at Parrls Stare and all of U. furniture e
2nd. his family here at the located': the r..ld ne. altuated 119.50
Thursday May to loin Hudgln'.parents, on the above de.crlb. land be-
home of Mrs. lon.lne to M. B. H.rlon.
Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Koch. H. K. FERRYMAN, A. apeal! !
Three 9:30 Fibre
7:30 Genuine RugsSize
Shows, :3:30 E. powell'and Mailer In Chancery.JOB : '
Mr and )Irs: J. Hill William. .
Jr.. of JacksonvilleSpent William A. Cobb, -
JJ weekend. with Mr. and Lake Butler Fla. 4x6 ./ 9.95 I
Attorney for Plaintiff. t-U It 1-3

Mrs. C. A. Knight. -...... BR40FORDrot"VTT. I
P1' Mrs R. J. Davis and Mrs., T. us eIRC1'1':0.. FLORIDA lit CHAMCER1T .

ndVum were shopping In Play PensLarge
F. afternoon. Katherine M. Fowier Wai wrath, !
Tuesday Wahrratll.Def..n .
FLA. Gainesville Ptaintlff "e. Rlend H.
STARKE sliver ant. Ca.. No.. 4711. Sturdy I
I orders for PUBLICATION e I
Individual or
aDd Crystal ct"eD ..pecla1atteDtioo. AND NOOICE TO APPEAR Removable Floor i
china Mitchell OF FLORIDA to: Rleul I
Matinee Adults 40c MnM. H. Walwrath.. who*, re.ldence and Suitable for Yard or Porch
Children 2Sc W. Madison St. addre.a In Hotel Tr.".., Portland
light 50c 102
Children 25c Oresron. 9.95
and Mrs. Ed Fraale You ar. ,required to appear on
Tax Included Senator sunday pesta 37. 1.48. 1 n the abov. namedJvfrt

of MaCc1enny were E. and Cau.. wto.reln platntlf of ........... --.. .. I .. "
CJ\arey ,
and Mrs' i .. divorce and s
of Senator -
Tid.A Bradford County

ALSO ON THE SCREEN DOUBLE FEATURE Johns and family. and son. eles-raph ne.t four Sail weekly publl.l.l..ue.this OrderIn WE BUY AND SELL GOOD USED FURNITURE 7;,'

14Fleah & Fantasy" & "Reckless Age" Mrs, of Roy palatka Mathews spent the week. seal Wltn.at Starke my. hand Florida and, thl.official April Dorit Forget Our New Location Next To Darby's

James IOn.ln.law and 23. ..... .
end with her J' """""" '''
Jotr. and ofrl. Billy ( ClerkAofSEAL Coon. ,<<
STARTING MAY 5th daughter A.
C. Conner D. C.
Dowllog. T.BJI' Frank Lucille f.androm. Starke, Fla.1.17 ITS A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

"Bells of St. 'Mary's"With had Uoltzendorf'Mr.u and their Mr guest*.mother Ben Nt HoltsendorfKoolbeco. week KrtI.Mn.IL Iv Ater CIRcrlT for .PII.FLORIDA-covwr. 4.U aRAAPOROCOUrTY. UII t&1IIAS.VERY. .... : John H. Denmark Furniture Co. '

Bbg Crosby and Ingrid Bergman Juper.and eon,Mr.B. and C.. KrtI.Itoluendorf took. 01..0 Pratelli. Prat.Ul Plaintiff..Pef..daD'Ca.".. An.Rapetto ..y.' "I PHONE 151 STAKE, FLA.

The Pidure'Yorive Waited{ For her home Sunday and spent the roI...ORDER 4110. OF PUBLICATION -

afore Itself I AND NOT1CU: TV APPEAR
Than A Picture It's Life _I day.


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I f Neill of Washington, D. C., will Laymen's =--
To HousewivesOATMEAL Building Hermits SAMPLE PRIMARY ELECTION: BALLOT Evangelistic!
i be present to assist the young convention will be

i, FOR WHEAT Total $15,000 DEMOCRATIC PARTY people. Parents bare especially S, B. Higgins of Or

s Since January 1 urged to bring their children to Higgins is field Tom
t, Current supplies of oats available seers
these meetings.
I f for food in this country are Building permits recorded at May 7th, 1946 i Sunday at the Tabernacle was national oiganlzatfon.
I larger than they have been in the City Hall show that con- a blessed day of fellowship and
several years. So, eating a little struction valued at a total of spiritual refreshment. Vocal num-
oatmeal little less Precinct No. 8 Bradford County
more and a
in Starke ,
been started
$15,500 has bers by the young people addedto U.E66
, \ bread is one way Americans can since the fIrst of the year. the effectiveness of the morn-
save wheat needed to avert starvation One office building, residenceand Instructions: To vote for any candidate make a cross (X) Ing hour, while Dr. -George F.

!' abroad. small garage comprise the at thejright his nameFor Tlbbltta and his musicians pre- Cold Prepara
A serving: of oatmeal equals major part of the new construc- sented the evening' services.
two slices of bread in food value, L l q.l d71,blf't._
1"L" tion. The Ward-Middleton build Among those arriving Saturday Y1...r..
the Bureau of Human-Nut CAUTIONS :
says ing on Thompson street, calling United States Senator For Railroad Commissioner for the ,National Christian t.e..lyd,
trition and Home Economics. If at
remodeling Job
for a complete
t every man, woman, and school an estimated cost of $5000: will Vote for one; Group Two I

child will replace two slices of see conversion to a two-story Vote for one: Can
bread with a serving: of oatmeal building, with six rooms on the POLLY ROSE BALFE u More PuIpw
each week this will mean 135-
lower and four on the upper JERRY W. CARTER
000 tons of wheat for the hungry story. Ben Hall ia the contrac- HENRY M. BURCH WRITE TIMBER KEPT
in four month's time.
,, CARL M. TAYLOR Container ., of'
,Corp n America
Oatmeal ranks even above tor.The new $3500 residence of A. LEX GREEN Fernandina a,

whole wheat In some respects asa W. Masters at the Intersectionof JOE WILLIAMS .
highly nourishing grain food. McMahon street and Road 48 SPESSARD L. HOLLAND -

In milling oats, only the fibrous Is a one-story 30'x30' structureof

hull and adhering portions are removed concrete blocks, covered with ENJOY GOOD FOOD
leaving the entire kernel .
with its and other,vitamin-
germ is building four S For
i E. Knight Representative! In Legislature
rich and mineral-rich portions as structures of used ammunition For Representative In Congress>>

human food.Coarsely boxes and states that this type of Second Congressional District Vote for,one: RANCI

r ground, the kernel Is construction, introduced by J. T.
true oatmeal. The familiar Vote for one: JAKE P. ROBERTS
t, more Quigley, Starke lumber dealer, is
7 form called rolled oats Is prepared entirely satisfactory. He
by steaming and then flattening has proving a permit for a 24'x12' residence CAMILLE M. GENEAU N. D. WAINWRIGHT, JR.EMORY 3 MILES SOUTH OF TOWN ON ROAD 28

I the kernels between steel to be built on Orange
street of these materials and
.' covered by asbestos shingles, with
l cut and flattened thinner than the estimated cost set at $2000.A STEAKS --- CHICK
r for the "regular" type of rolled $1200 garage at his home on For Member County Board Public

'oj oats In everyday use. all these Walnut street, is made of boxes For Justice Supreme Court Instruction District; Three
are often called oatmeal. covered with composition, and hasa SEAFOODDINNER
Oatmeal contains calcium and concrete floor. Mr. Knight is Group Two Vote for one: .

Iron; the B vitamin thiamIne; a- also erecting a store and a resi- Vote for one:
bout 60 calories to a half-cup dence of similar type, with con- H. B. CROSBY PARTIES SOLICITED

serving, for bodily energy; and crete floors In the negro sectionOf PAUL D. BARNS
protein for body tissue buildingand north Reno, beyond the City E. J. LEWIS

repair. When a bowl of oat- limits. Cost of the two buildingswas J. L. LEE
meal is served with milk,'or) oat- estimated at more than -

meal is used in cookies containing $2000. W. RALEIGH PETTEWAY
egg, or when oatmeal is blended For Member County Board Public EARL'S GARAGOneHalf
tlala the body requires. Even a
\ in a meat loaf, the proteins of I, little protein from an animal JAMES HENRY TAYLOR Instruction District One
'r; the plant and animal foods supplement : forms Mile South
source teamed with grain of Starke on hoed 13:
one another as to essen- I a highly 0 nourishing combination. Vote for one: '.. '

Oatmeal can be used also in J. H. MOORE All Kinds of Auto Work

t place of some of the wheat flourto For Railroad Commissioner
nutritious ALL WORK USED Wrecker S
make highly yeast 1 J. S. (BUDDY) NORMAN
t bread, muffins, and biscuits. Group One GUARANTEED AUTO PARTS DiYORMl

Vote for one:


.' .
.- ::iiit.Enjoy. "'-' F. D. AKIN District Two

i Vote for one:


t' S. G. DENMARK ww New Way

{; In Clean, QUIetcSurroundings t II. E. MOORE YM, w. hove lli. new ,
Purina DDT Fly Spray
In fact w* hav.IWOKINDS

e .... -talan-Kl sips- \
702TEMPLE A: A...(BARNEY) POSTON .. clallyt to Make your fly ,


and than LOWER evil' bofor IN.COST Ask'T 0 C'0 T

; : IXIECAFE about thoM two wrayti .7/.
At The TabernacleThe
64 STARKEOntheJIlnit SunnybrookBy Children's Bible Club helda
.; exercises: for the
Service Mrs. O. E. Crosby I RJE School will be held Friday special: meeting Wednesday aft O / SPRAY FOR FA A
. . . .1 evening, April 26, at 8 o'clock In ernoon of last week. After the BUILDINGS.PURINA FLY Two application I l

I SHOWER FOR MKS. LOVELLMrs. the Allen Chapel Methodist usual routine of chorus singingand : :'1dd# beep down III** In 'the barn.
Church. Dr. James Kelly. Jr., of "
Bible verses, the .story of the I
Fred HaUlop an! Mrs. the Florida A & M College at
I *
f JOB Ward entertained large Crucifixion was Impressively told. ? FLY n j>
Robert a Tallahassee will deliver the main PURINA
t i 000 number of friends with a miscellaneous address. The public Is cordially At the close of this hour, the SPRAY FOR DAIRY
:' G shower honoring Mrs. Le- Invited to attend these exercises. children were Invited to Ecum CATTLE. Should HI. I IP fa F Frns S
,. come Into In* bam en h
roy LoveILThurstey:! night of last The baccalaureate sermon last Secum, the home of the sponsors, the eowt, this quickly
(O. week. About M gues'a: were Sunday was well attended and for an outdoor party. Late in the III Mill"' ,and repels th_.
n for tnts rrcas'o-i.' The i
present lplN
0" afternoon
there were many out-of-town refreshments were serv- i r
-n'i honoree receive 1 many beautifuland : visitors. ed to the 29 children: present. I
useful gifts. Cumes weN enjoyed The rostrum was crowded to, '
) during' the etenlng and at Till)RSTON ELEMENTARYThe capacity Saturday night at the i 1

HERB'S a real opportunity for the young; man who wantsa a late hour th.-. hostesses setv il closing: program of the Youth Meeting.. A different type '
good job with a future. An Army job is a steady job offer- tempting ref r,nhmcnta. Mrs Thurston elementary school will of service is held each week and I .

/ ., Ing good pay the highest security, every opportunity for I Claude. Moore of Tampa, and Mrs. be held Sunday, April'28 at 11:30a. : the children are responding well.
; the world.'You valuable '.- lIlse Ward ass t'd In se.-vln-j
and chance to see get This
promotion m. when the annual sermon to Saturday night Dr. John Mc-
> ttsining'in technical skills, good food, clothing: quarters and llie gu S medical)care free; If you go overseas,you get 20%extra pay. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawfordwere preached. SPEARMAN BABY
You mire."at half( after 20 or retire at three- Mr. and Mrs. James* Spearmanof S
1 can pay years transacting: business In OP May 1 at 8.30 o'clock a Starke announce the birth ofa Sisstrunk Seed & Feed
l t; quarters'y'after 30 years. And you get a 30-day vacation Gainesville,Tuesday.S I play entitled "The"Chocolate Wed-
full pay'.very.yrgsrt: Many other advantages not offered daughter on Monday April 8.
i at : :Sl-c Junior Fll'man of Green ding" will be presented. II E} Iti tk wJ "'
: elsewhere. If arc 18 to 34 and physically fit (or 17 with II.
i f parents'consent you);you can enlist now and qualify for one of Cove Springs was visiting rela-I SUPPORTand III i( ... lilt JJ .. .
tives) here last week. BETHEL BAPTIST
these fine jobs ire the peacetime Regular; Army. You owe it
i" and Mrs. Claude More( and Services the New Bethel VOTE fort
to yourself to get.all.the.. facts NOW I Apply at Mr. ; at
t con, Marklee Fillman of Tampa Baptist Church for Sunday, April Yes! Sweeter Tastier Bread
t were visiting her parenls Mr. and 28;. Sunday School 10 a. m. At ,
U. S. ARMY RECRUITING STATION Mrs. W. R. Haislop and other relatives 3 p. m. the Sunday School DVPV

250 P. O. Bid?. Jacksonville, Fla.It's here last week. will hold Its session.. EverybodyIs .
t Marcus Conner and Floyd Croc- urged It come early., with

r by attended the singing conven- -
tion at Pine Grove Church Sun- CLAYNO SCHOOL CLOSESA I i

a matter of pride .. day.Mr. successful play was presented FRESH
and,Mrs. O. E.Crosby and at Clayno school Tuesday night. .
children Sherman and BeverlyJo April '23. under U.o direction i
i and Tommie Cain"were dinner L. A. William i. jrlncipal.: All ij j ,
guests of Mrs. Crosby's parents. friends of the school are thankedfor iI

No, we're not bragging, but Mr.. and Mrs. J. L. Johns at New their hearty cooperation rrl-I JOE WILLIAMS ,
River Sunday and attended the day is the last d"-y of school and

i we are proud of the careful Easter Egg hunt at- Wateroakthat everyone Is invited to at ten-1. RAILROAD COMMISSIONERGroup
afternoon.Mr. .
( 2)
/ and Mrs. W. T. at-
workmanship with which Crosby A South Florida business man
tended church at Wateroak Sunday -
with ALL
/ an Florida viewpoint
; each garment is processed In and were dinner guests of JOIN Tins CHAMBER OF "WIN WITH WILLIAMS"Paid
b Mr., and Mrs.. Frank Norman and COMMERCE and help b Q II d
,: .our plant. This feeling of Starke. Political Adv.
". Mr. and Mrs. William Crosby r 1 IL:::: \
pride results from the satisfaction 1 :
; and were visiting her C yw w-- '_.
i" of a good job, well mother Mr*. Vera Austin in Lake T >T-
Butler Saturday afternoon.
G done. We believe that you will take pride, also in Quite a large crowd attended This active fresh yeast goes right to work, V

your clothes after'they are returned to you from our Junior the BTU Department program of gl-ven the Corinth by the you full value because it's full strength. And ore

a plant. '' Church Saturday night and every- EVERYBODY made with Fleischmann'a active fresh Yeast taB

one enjoyed It. ENJOYS EATING sweeter, is lighter, more tender.If .
) Laura Jackson of Jackson AT
t ville spent the weekend with her you bake at home-Get Fleischmann's

I'lIONK 135 mother, hire Maggie Norman. The PARK active fresh Yeast with the familiar. yellowlabelAmerica' !!

; ROBT. 01. nnJ.I. 315 CAFE .dependable yeast favorite
f ..
GREEN 7f tel4 FLORIDA LIVRA TONE for over three generations. ee
/telU Temple .
"' ;:I ;I 1I ,
Owner A-e. tLAXATIVE Delicious
Regular Meals

Short Orders

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And Dealer Can't Come To Terms Newcomers
On Farms At Lawtey I

Wise- Raise Your Own Fish Worms Raise Berries and ChinchillasFarming I R' I

mind getting harvesting worms from secret A comparative newcomer in the
4Dn't good money and choice hunting grounds for field is Stanley E. Durand who
rth there's business these the past three years. He sells came here a year or ao ago from In Bradford County Chinchilla fur farming an al-
worm direct to the buyer with no mid- Boston and purchased the "old differs In'nearly every respect together new venture In the :
are dleman involved: For this reason Jones place", nine miles southwest from that of Hillsdale, Michigan, South. Is being conducted on an SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET i

n the local market high I he can sell at what Is deemed of Starke on Highway 28-, but H. D. Sheldon of Lawtey, experimental basis by A. S. Mc- SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM ;
o have reached a the now reasonable price of approximately finds the change to his liking. An Cay, of Lawtey. From his Infor- ,
alt near the
quart and--unlike I one cent per worm.A overpass. Durand's arrival from the Wolverine state mation aa a member of the Na- RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO ;

rythlng else worms heaping cupful at $1 Is the prices to the are somewhat higher due last December Mr. Sheldon Is operating tional Chinchilla Breeders Association I

renty! been overlookedp and fact that he buys worms a. 301-acre ,tract, with Mr. McCay believes he Is Fresh Dressed & Drawn
ain't no typical purchase usually provides for resale from several different Poultry
There ownership shared by himself and the only person yet attemptingto i
the fisherman with 103 to sources. His
109 of the fat red variety-Mc- quality commands three businessmen of Dayton Ky. raise the little animals in I
a top price of three
lt week the worm mar. Rae's specialty. His flourishing each. The soil, the rate of growth and Florida. MAGNOLIA FISH MARKETCALL
ourlshed to such an exf assuredly the climate Is at variance The lustrous gray pelt of the '
are now business Is conducted at his In discussing the budding STREET PHONE 37 FLA.
few dealers worm with agriculture in Michi chinchilla, a native of South
6 along Call street home in the northwestern out Industry, Mr. Durand paused to gan. He states that truck pro- America, serves for the most ex-

them peanuts. skirts of town, designated by denounce Inexperienced fishermenwho duce here grows "half again aa pensive of garments. A chinchil saaaeneseuI5YIgI5l"' trl5WIM5IIMruelI. eaaeMAerImInlnllmAMesITIMAAX5pMtIi'Vmasr5wnke'x411C7iTMr5s,,', ,, """ """ \ ,"" "" """," 'OeS j
"Fish Bait" signs on highways
dtae who lives a short buy enough worms for one fast" as on his farm at Hillsdale, la coat owned by the actress-
has been I 13 and.. 48.. I afternoon's fishing to last a care-
rib of town which he still owns.' producer Mary Pickford was
.. ful, experienced fisherman several
Mr. Sheldon was previously a priced at 110000. Aside from Wi
days. Worms are too valuable 'grain farmer, and his present their industrial value, the animals INKIER Electric Service :
and hard to
PRICEON I that get to waste like large acreage in beans, peppers make excellent pets. "They're
,SPECIAL Mr. Durand says. "
and strawberries comprise a new cleaner than kittens, Mr. McCay
In recent months the soaring venture for him; as to its merits 222-224 Temple Ave. Starke. FI'u

PURE LINSEED OIL price of worms has caused many he suspends judgment until the said.The Lawtey farmer's experiencedates THE OLDEST IN THE CITY

I ardent fishermen to start raising harvest. ) from 1940 in Los Angeles, r

their own. Mrs. A. J. Thomashas He states that he is well sat- Calif., his home a year ago. Last Radio Service That Satisfies .
a thriving colony under way December three flown here '
HOUSE PAINT isfied with the six-acre straw- were ;
ALPINE which she started with a few of berry production, and althoughhe his others are placed in California -TRY US-!

the popular small red type given, made a late} start, has sold ranches. A litter of two has -
75c each to her by Dave Crawford. The some $3300 worth .since the first since arrived, probably the first We Strive To Carry The Moat Complete
QUARTS worms aren't choosy about diet, of March. In Michigan he said, to be born in the state.

It seems thriving on everythingfrom berries are planted in the spring So far, the prospects for local Stock of Tubes and Parts

Gallons ,- 2.75 each dishwater to buttermilk, and not harvested until June of I chinchilla breeding looks good,
and there's nothing quite as soul- the following summer. It was I Mr. McCay said; but this sum

HAVANA BROWN satisfying as being able to dig a thought that the quality of the mer Is to tell the story, with no I'laoo your Orders fur your Hot Point Range and Refrigerator. j
SKY BLUE can full of wrigglers in your own fruit In the two states was about final judgment to be drawn until Also your Bendlx Wantirr '

BROWN WHITE CREAM backyard, the fishermen aay. the same meaning very good. next December. The whole question -
AUTUMN Radio Tube' We Have Thorn Ask Us.See I
A new angle on the wormologywas Mr. Sheldon has a hearty respect of course, concerns the reaction -
presented by Edward T. for the soil at his location, of his charges to local +
.Vs About .
Wiring Need :
Shull, local plumber, who stated four' miles west of Lawtey on the heat. Some consideration is be-
that he and his wife recently Raiford graded road on a tract ing given to the transfer of the LICENSED & BONDED ELECTRICIAN ,
Subject to Stocks on Hand obtained via mail order a formerly owned and cultivated by animals to Lake Klngaley but ,
quan- I ,
i""C'IILWNII4YINILIWIIIWIe'.NYLIIeeIIWIXCILIC.ILIWIILIMI"' '" ". "llInqltJII"IIUII I .III""nlllK1qlftlmllllllll1Ullnlllllll'm1lIlIIIUlIIlIIl'UII' IIIulTwIiulII., I\
tity of choice worms at three Oscar Carter. He believes) however no decision regarding such change t .

cents each-but not for fishing. that it needs two or three has been made yet. !
They answered a magazine adver- tons of lime per acre for the best The spotlight was recently turn
tisement, Mr. Shull stated, of results in truck farming. In other ed on the Industry through the U. based upon long years of wide exper

hone, 8 Starke, Fla. some concern up the country that ways, problems are simplified S. International Chinchilla show, ience'and Serving dignifies this funeral I
explained the usefulness of worms here. At his northern farm he as reported in Life Magazine Mr home with a superior excellence in
in cultivating garden soil. Seems laid, there can be as much aa 10or McCay took Issue with some of handling affairs of sacred discretion.
they help keep the ground aer- > 12 different kinds of soil In the technical points of the article ,
ated and prevent it from packing.To one field, while here It Is relatively -especially the allegedly common ,

Your Old Friend date no one has reportedon all the same. practice of bathing the animalsIn aZFDEWITT
blue volcanic ash. The local
the effect that all this to-do The sale of the land was first .
farmer stated he would sooner .
over worms has had on the fish. negotiated by his brother, V. R. JONES
treat them as rabbits than try
W. Carter We can't help but wonder If Sheldon, a Red Cross official assigned AMBULANCE SERVICE
erry they're as foolish as human be- to the Jacksonville Naval that.Even
ings who have a great cravingfor Air Station, who made a surveyof so, chinchilla breeding lea Funeral Director

eggs as soon as the price various sections of the state precarious occupation for the STARKE PHONE 7
Before making the selection. At hobbyist or Johnny-come-lately,
70c dozen. Do the I
goes up to a *
fish nibble the worms more eager- the behest of Owen Davis, a for- Mr. McCay Indicated. The ani- Our local funeral home enables us to :
mals can be killed easily as not
ly now that they cost three centsa mer school mate and superintendent offer conveniences and services not
A by feeding in the wrong amounts,
still of Instruction at Dayton otherwise available.We .
piece, or is the finny tribe public or at the wrong time. Lack of
Ignorant of the Inflationary worm Ky., Mr. Sheldon was broughtIn care and knowledge can
} True Servant market? on the proposition of full management result in a proper considerable financial furnish the highest type service at the lowest price and

of the farm In partnership setback; a pair when born Is accept ANY life Insurance policy in force issued by ANY com-

with Davis and two Dayton worth (600, and Is valued at pany as payment In part or in full on a funeral. Consultation
IN rmcuT cornT. HHAI>FOIUJCOl"VTY. and
of FLOIIIUt JV Ul.tNKathleen business men Nelson Guy $1000 when proven. But the business carries) no obligation.
('RIt: Y. Cecil Alford. He looked over the
can be learned, he said. and
Wallace Field
in October ,and moved I
VB. Roy Lee Fields, Defendant. Ca property the spread of the Industry is be-
The Peopleir No. 4557. here with his wife on Christmas
NOTICR TO APPEAR Day.The McCay, who owns four ,
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Roy Lawtey farmer has over 20 farms In Bradford, said he origin-
andA Lee Field., whose residence and TO GIVE YOU THE FINEST REPAIR
In beans-12 In fordhooks,
acres here to take it
addres.1.I: 621 Cecil Avenue, Loulavlllo ally came easy.
Kentucky.You five in snaps, and four in butter-
but as It turns out in working
are required to appear on haul- i SERVICE STARKE HAS EVER J
beans. He expects to begin "
himself is
Friend of May 6, 1946, In the above named I 2ft hours daily. Ho ,
Court and CHUBB wherein plaintiff Ing to the market in about three farming 80 acres of a 100-acre e
eeka divorce and rentoratlon of He also has six acres in KNOWN
maiden ncnie. Bradford County tract; and raises turkeys, chickens ..1'A'
MankindREELECT Telegraph shall publish this Order peppers, and a smaller acreage hogs and cows. He resides -
In next four weekly hand Uauea.Wltnemt and .official devoted to cucumbers. As to with his wife two miles south- '

seal at tjtarke: my Florida, this April plantings' for next year, that de-, west of Lawtey, and currentlyhas y

t1 4 OFFICIAL, 1949. SEAL) A. J. Thomaa,, pends on what makes the most' as a visitor his grandson, We Have The Largest Stock of Jewelry

A a Clerk of Bald Court.HV money, and how much. Donald Cunningham. of Los An- Merchandise- and Repair Materials In
Lucille C. Conner D. C.
Mr. Sheldon la a "tractor farmer geles. ?
HIM Wm.IIulMlnar.Morsran-Flfth Jacksonville. Floor FI..... Clark ," and a firm advocate of This Part of The State and Welcome
Atty. for Plf. .-5! 4t 4-2 e and methods
modern Implements
Church Of Christ"The Your Patronage.
of agriculture. He said that at a

ailroad Commissioner Group 2 later date he might adopt as an Cold hurch" will be the + *'
added enterprise the local sale of 11 a. m. subject at the Church of

MAY 7 PRIMARY, I RADIO SERVICE tractors, cultivators, discs, har- Christ Sunday. "What Lack I After alterations"now in progress are
rows, and fertilizer distributors. Yet?" will be the evening subject
SERVICE The Sheldon farm employs ap- at 7:45: p. m. To all who desireto completed, we {will have the most beautiful I

ALL !MAKES proximately 20 hands with Lea- be saved, we desire to help. To' store in Starke. Come in and see.
ON man Normanas the foreman. those who desire to be entertainedor I
YOU ARE INVITEDTO RADIOS to have social distinction, we I

have nothing to offer. Our plea
ATTEND South Walnut Street III "Back*to the old paths."-W.

THE SERVICES TO BE HELD Herron, minister. Harley F. StrongCAMP i



('OL'VFRYTY. FLOIUUAl' I.V CHA.NMilamV'cox 137 W. Call St. STARKE, FLA.

tetian AssociationTo Nel.on, Plaintiff vm
Laymans' Fresh Daily! No.Patrick 4549.II. Nelson, Def.nd.nl. Ca. SERVICE


Be Held In The 10 1.2 oz. cup _______ .10 STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Pmtrlc S

Pint _______________ .15 H. N.laon I U Andrew, whose .realdens 8.. C.'or and OJ'Mra address ,

Quart _____________ -30 Mary Nelson, md. Av.nu., NortH Chas. C.SHEPHERD. -Y LEARNj'O j

Gospel Tabernacle In Starke Gallon _____________ 1.20- "Vo'U"r.qulr.4:: : t. appear or "
May 6. U8.. In the above named Fly j
and cau., wh.r.ln plalntlfl ,
leeks divorce. Bradford .Count Y
.hall pab l.h this Ord..r
Of Telegraph at 1
5 In next four weekly. Issus. .
April 28 May hand and offlcla
Orange Blossom seal a"eTtarki.. Florida, thki >prl GAY'SSERVICE under the i
/ 1916.
orKI. SEAL) A. J. Thomas I, STATION

HONEY A.Br Clerk Luolll of C.alJ Conner Court.D. C. G. I. .BILL OF RIGHTSat
andrum., Btark,
T. Frank florid j
this is your opportunity to hear an excellentspeech Atty. for Pit. 4-5 'e

each night by state and national rep- _
.ventatives. INDIAN RIVER :

APril 28-H. w. Atlanta Ga. I CITRUS I

!April 29-Dr.. S. B. Higgins, Columbus, Ohio SHIPPEDSUNSHINE after the game... STARKE AIR PORT

April 1 30 H/Weise Fla.
-Dr. E. Jacksonville,

'kj 1-Wm. C. Bond, Washington. D. C.

}fa Y 2-clem Purvis, 'Ocala, Fla. "

Kay 4. C. Parker, Tallahassee, Fla. JUICES I For Information '

State Convention, 2:30 P. M. 703 Temple Ave.

0. C. Parker, President. PresidingDON'T IC '' ry Phone 177
Just Beyond Bus Station ?

AlE tlm ffB V. S. St. John
Marvin Wan, .
Grady Rldgew .,.e -, e.

Owner Maj. Richard G. Kidd, A.U.S. Rea.

This Wonderful Opportunity -Let ITs Do Your Squeezing" I I" '- ;' JAA'alWA .. '. ," a1I

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: APRIL 28
;;; > 18th
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Jr I: : Ylends ot Mr. and Mrs. Roy I II I Many .Best Sellers Deranged Negress Holland HeardIn Many Improvements It's Not All Corn-

\ l t jrnmerson-- will be glad to know Offered to Public, Walks Highway Speech Here Planned At Airport {lis rl ce aFI

J!w f. discharged"uiat Mr.. Cummerson from the! army has'where been At Starke LibraryAt For Ten YearsTen Saturday Morning Extensive expansion and Improvements a''. r AeoutTWENTFIYE

he served" as a 1st Lieutenant,' w of the Starke Airportwill IF.I MIASNY
I least twelve of the current years of more o r less of pgNGED ,
with the release
begin NUND D
Mrs. Gummerson and
and with out g16NTATDINNF121ASTYApR
walking with time for
best-sellers In fiction are included steady I building materials, Major Richard 1 1SrSARthA
their son, Ronald are making meals and rest at night has been 00NDS w
i t received: O_ Kldd AUS reserve announced t.4 i WltWHbA5114'
* their home In Peoria HI. where among new books recently the self-imposed lot of Savannah! MAN N

he returned to his pre-war oc- by the local public library. Palntney. Lawtey negress. Savannah ; X yesterday. 'It was stated that TUli COUNTffWTHZOVCS !

cupatlon asa high school teacher "Brldesheact'lUvlslted.: by Evelyn is getting nowhere, geographically shortages In both supplies and lT rtC7rincriT
, In the
and coach. labor had brought delay
Wat1i'>t"The;, Egg and I" by Betty and receives no gain erection of bangers and other
1.L her act unless perhaps It Is 43 ,
by ,
McDpn.&ld; 'JW.lss Tulle Bean, by x. structures but that the work I g
WCTU relief'' from the morbid restlegs-.
'' of Triumph." should be,well under'way'late'ln
Ilka; Cbase;, ,'Arch hen that has been her affliction -

J ,A PRAYER by Eric Maria Remarque; "King's since. ,the 'death of her husband. the summer
I General" "byDaphnr' du Maurier"F4xel,1Bcjlartow 'ago. L f" A recent improvement was the
"Woe to those who are 'brave ye.ara Installation of phone wires to

}, r, ,4. -. .. at drlnkla-, mighty at ; : : ."" by prank" ManyBradford citizens upon Starke. In addition to four miles

I i mixing bowl. What Yerby "David the King" by driving tq; Jacksonville, have ''no of regular line. Major Kldd madeuse

: '_thinK aarcattm. yet'how trued Frank;: Yerby; ""Written, on( the Uced the Palttneywoman shufflingalong of German communicationswire

life! Liquor Js an everlasting Wind," by Robert Wilder; "Zebra the grade of Road 13 he had "requisitioned" from. .
f.'I' liar.: It teUVfthe. coward, that eJUber north or: south of Lawtey I
; '
the In
"KtveY Europe.
Derby by Max Shulman;
he In' courageous* the, poor that usually within a mile:of the city 'lrr mounced'that
he Is rich. It creates* such a Road;) by'; Francis pairkinaoii lIm ta: It is asserted that her It was when

f'I blackout within the brain that Keyes'% and "Before"theSun,: Goes".daJlyJprocedure: is to leave home ,the construction program completed -

'1 the wheat become.*)<,a fooU. Yet.., Down" by Elizabeth Howard were! ,fairly; early In the morning walk the traveling public wlf'beserved

:I the greater hU folly, the. .firer among those listed. sera> -'1" back.,"and forth' along the highw4y..Veturn by a combination automobile staU l t tn tnIa
tin bl'C'ometlof"b.I.8o"I"dom, ; .* It / for dinner. then, setout I Ex>Governor Spessard L"..Hal- and aircraft filling 1.wlth"lunchroom .

lmaken the k .ydrlnker; !: Jblli d," to Several 'leading works'of' non-1' again .during the''afterhoon ta! land brought his campaign for and repair shop;'

right' chores,, yet, "the., 'more fiction 'are"'avlLllable, Mrs: JTean- 'resume'' her' strange and limited the United States Senate to situated, at the edge 'of the' air '%'
j blind he become"' : themore ('t"r-I" r f ette Young, the librarian announcI -* Jourheysr; According to Willie Starke Saturday when he spokein port on Road 13.. Six

ti bin he l. of bLi.it'cn;: ,,&&MI n. |I II e 1. These Included "Burma* Bur Tucker;. a son-in-law, this' has the business section at 11 a. m. hangers are planned, :and I Iy

One would.thlak.that such a gone on almost seven days a Pledging continued Interest in four ,4-room cabins will be. pro- .
e '! geon by Gordon S. Seagrave; vided for. In transit l by '
foe of mankind,whe> <> best week for the past 10 years. t agriculture,' he reminded hIs listeners persons -
s dart IIJ "(hlccouglilnff'' : hproesl: "Basic History of the 'tJnlted :No one knows Sat .nnah'. true that as a member of the- air or highway.' All buildings w{lI'' COUNT! FLORIDA COURT BRADFORD IX. CIIAN- Court tiff aeeka and cause dlvorci 1 wherein I

would not have a'","''IMd. Yet I I States," by Charles' and'' '''Mary 'Im tlve. Legend'' has'It that' she State 'Senate he had led In\ the be of concrete block. CKBY.Jfllla .- County Telegraph shall Bn..

there: are million*, wh.\, vote.for Beard and "Screw Tape Letters" is looking for her husband. She fight for' passage of legislationthat Major Kldd and V S. St. John bilr 'Leopardl.Defendant.Leppardl. Plaintiff. v.. Case Al this issues.Order' In next four e

' It, defend" It. drink It. 1 by C. S. Lewis. Among lesser, j ,herself: makes no especial explanation made possible Federal Rural the owners, recently purchased, 27 ff\\>'. 4676'H Witness; my hand and or

SAVE US' ALL 0 LORD known but Important books received but Tucker says that she Electrification I n Florida. He I acres on the northeast*corner: AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR 10 seal, lsV .'Stark, Florida, nit

FROM BOLDNESS IN DOING are "North American just' feels< she hu' to go, some- stated that he Is thoroughly in I the property which will add BOO :.8TA.TH OF FLORIDA to: AlbertLeopardi (OFFICIAL SEAT.)

EVIL, AND FROM TIMIDITY Trees," "Book',; Reviewing" b'y 'where during the day. sympathy' with. the aid that is being feet to the 3000-foot NE-SW run- dress la ,unknown.whose" residence and a l- A*?Clerk.of. said Court A. J. Th

IN DOING' GOOD 4't'. AMEN.r John E. Drewry and "A Short Following her' husband's Illness given to. farmers through the way. Although the entire fieldis You are required to appear on '1'. Frank By L..ndrum Lucille (' Conner
f (CHRISTIAN' HERALD) History of France," by' 'Albert Savannah showed definite signsof Land Bank system particularly serviceable there are two additional May' }':3, 1948 In the above named .f\tty. for Pit Starke t.U'r
r Guerard. mental illness and was for awhile : the Production Association runways; one 2800 directed Court and cause, wherein plaIn- I
Credit .
tiff Seeks divorce. Bradford IN CIRCl'lT
l*i I confined to the Florida which"has been of considerableaid >northwest and southeast, 'and County Telegraph shall publish COUNTY FLOitI CIH HT."t1 IllUni n

State Hospital for the' Insane. to agriculture, He also point. the 2000-foot runway extending issues.thin ,Order In next. tour weekly CElty. I
Later she was returned to the north and south. The longer of: Adelaide Gordon PedilycorJ,,
ed out that the author of
he tiff
Witness my hand and official vs. Edward W. Pedd,
custody of relatives and presently legislation setting up the frost the three employs the advantagesof Seal at Starke Florida this. April Defendant. Cane No. 4671 )

Clothing began her trips along the high forecasting service which has prevailing winds. 10(OFFICIAL, 1948. SEAL) A. J. Thomas AND uRDER NOTICE OF PrBLlOATIf TO APm

way. "t been a great help to growers In William H. (Bill) Graham, H. A. 'Clerk of said Court. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ed
_The Palntney.: 'YOD144live.. protecting their A. Bishop Jr., and Vernon R. By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. W. Peddycord, whose reslden
crops. T, Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. lltl Hutton Street, Winston
I with her son-in-law, a filling sta- "If elected to the Senate I will Ray. flight students under the G Atty. for Plf. 4-1S 4t 5-3 North. Carolina.
and Shoes tion employee In Lawtey and her trustee I. Bill of Rights. were. awarded \ You are required to app f
serve as a for our peopleIn IIC CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD May 13. 1948. In the above
daughter. private licenses last week, and E. Court and
doing everything within my 'COIIWTY, FLORIDA IN CHAN. cause wherein
r $, ,''CRHV.Umfeerto. tiff seeks. divorce
>I'I Blake Jackson. mAde Vila first Kola Bra
to the for ---- --- -- --- -- ---
effort -- --- -
power further
I DI CaaaM Plaintiff County. Telegraph shall
h : FOR >>1 .t I '.New Agent HereWith world peace to uphold and trip Sunday It was announced. Prlmerla ITertola DI Caaall Defendant. this Order In next four pu n
re For Instruction purposes 'the air- Case No. 4978. laauea. .
strengthen the United Nations
Gulf. Life ,ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND WltneHS my hand and ol
and to insist that our nation, as port Is currently using two Piper- NOTICE: TO APPEAR seal al. Starke, .Florida, thl.

i The Entire family Appointment of T. W. Attawayas a leader, shall carry. its share of Cubs and an Aeronca. STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Prl- 10(OFFICIAL' 1&48. SEAL) A. j. TIi

: ,local agent for the Gulf Life the load in every. way," Holland It was stated that through traf- residence merliv Bertola and address Dl Casall Is unknown., whose Aa Clerk By. of Lucille Bald C.Court
stated. fic at the Starke air field Is
r Insurance Company was'announc- aver- You are required to appear on Zach H. Douglas, Qalnenvllli.
'. N. Irju.., H IIt ed this week by Superintendent In order to do this it Is essen- aging about three planes a week, May 13 1948, In the above namedEVERY Atty. for Pit. 4.151(

!; Every day is bargain day'' E.'R. Smith.. The firm's new rep- tial that the United States main- 'a number of these being tourists n -- '' -

, resentative previously of Fitz- tain its military power until as- 'who veritably like the birds fly

, gerald, Ga., was discharged De- sured that the United Nations is south during the winter. BRANCH OF

at the '* V* cember 11th as a lieutenant senior capable of keeping the peace and Major Kldd was one of a group

grade, in the navy, after four that' other nations desire it earnestly of fixed base airport operatorswho .

years' service In the European and he said. The nation must met Monday with State Avia-

i Pacific theatres. He will make also give adequate care to disabled tion Director Bill Lazareth in

his home here with his wife, the veterans their ,dependentsand Gainesville to discuss the future .9nJ

STAR Store former Mary McLelsh a native of war orphans, and aid to those promotion 'of air activities in u r a nee

Glasgow, Scotland. The couple returning' mentally and physically Florida, the control of flying and

:>ras married during' :Mrs. Atta- fit, but who need assistance In proposed legislation.

way's service 'WIth the British readjusting to-.,clvilian lift, Hoi .

Embassy at Wbshlngto, D. C. land stated. ; Ware
Resigns Post
He pointed oijl that such work H. C. WaII.Agency

stoppages aa strikes lockouts ami With Western UnionWith

boycotts t are hindering our progress -
TO* THE CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY: toward recovery from the the resignation last weekof .

,to, war and are also injuring our I M. C.' Ware from the local Constant Service Over 50 Years

prestige in the eyes of the world. Western Union office, Mrs. Lor-

Two years ago you &'Ave.me the', nomination as your Representative He promised, if elected to "put ene Jones of West Palm Beach, Please Phone 146'CLASSIFIED

' In the State Legislature, For' the confidence you the Interest of the.general public has been appointed relief manager

have shown In me I am deeply grateful to everyone of you. firsthand help bring into existence It was stated that the position -

In return for this confidence I have strlved to meet the prob- legal 'machinery fairer and will be offered by qualified

lenw" which confronted us in a manner which I trust has met more effective than that now In persons by the company and' that

with, your approval. operation under which disputes the permanent assignment will be
K between management and labor announced'later.

'The"first bill which I introduced., Jointly with others, and and between conflicting labor In- Mr.: Ware who has been a telegraph -

which we were succe!*ful In passing provided free hog cholera terests may be settled by peace- operator- for- 17- years and

and BangH disease serum for the live stock owners. This free ful processes." manager of the Starke office for FOR SALE furnished-1 5>room with house electric completely I AUTOMOBILE your repair REPAIRS work -

serum Is sow available. the past two and a halt years, refrigerator and electric hot corner of llth and Like
A* Rites ThursdayFor resigned In order to devote full newly water fenced.heater. -I P.adjoining O. Box: lots 148, Earl Owgen. <.!

The problems of the schools and pay of the Teacher seuid bus time to the wholesale and retail : or apply 111 8. Church, '' St. tf '_ VI'
R. C. Boh FOR SALE Conwnander
( ) Cone
driven were Improved and Increased and I am happy to have fruit juice and produce" businessIn cleaner with attachments. I
LIST YOUR FARM CITY AND' Mr. W. B. ,well. N. W.l..
contributed success which he is associated with
my part In the of achievement.. More Funeral services -
were held at BUSINESS!: PROPERTY '. Starke.
Improvement are needed and as the Teacher are still underpaid a p. m. Thursday from the DeWitt Grady Ridgeway at 703 Temple :

; *It'Is'my desire to further" assist at the next session and C. Jones chapel for Robert C. Ave. Mr. Ware purchased a !' NEW writer.REMINGTON. 157.77 (Includes portable t.l
home in Starke
;A{ help secure more money for this purpose. (Bob) Cone who died nt a Pensa- some time ago Bradford County Telegraph.
and likes the town ao much that STROUT SELLS REAL

cq.,' The Old Age Assistance fund wan Increased by several million brief cola hospital illness. Interment Monday followedIn after a he wants to remain a permanent iLr ad-reMUer ESTATEGreatest ef eenaah.rr FOR mall SALEl chest-Twin of Hollywood drawer I

' ,, dollars and I supported thla measure to the limit of my the family lot In Dyal Ceme resident hence his resignation .........7'. Has wade ever linoleum, throw rut and
f' from Western Union. I2.eeo ..... of If emea_........_ article. 101 W. Madison St.
. ? ability. More money Is needed by the old folks and I \'ant tery. Services were conducted by A..-.-.. Bvyeva; from all ever the
to return to Tallahassee and help them to get more. This can the Rev. T. V. McCaul pastor of The local Telegraph. office, -. Free .Pen I let._. FOR SALE-One Jer.<"y eo"

bo accomplished with no Increase In taxes by diverting moreof the First Baptist Church of which employed 11 operators'year a E. A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY L.calf I.,.gentle Badenbaush and good, HamptonRican milk"
ago has reduced its staffto .
the luxury taxes Into this fund. Gainesville. Represented Locally DyF '
N. D. Jr. Mr. Cone was born In Bradford the manager and one operator.In C. nOIX-INOSWORTH
1 Wainwright .several measures 01. benefit to the Veteran were paaned.Among County April 16, 1888 son of the accordance with the decline of 119 So. Walnut St. FOR SALE-Copper-nklnnedJ' Ira
sweet potatoes.
three were exemption of occupational taxes for 'disabled Veterans, credit for time spent late Sir. and Mrs. Isham Cone personnel at Camp Blandlng. dreu 1 mil west of Starke

ta service on retirement and others including the "Walnwrlght Veterans; Homestead Act." This pioneer settler of this county.He MATTRESSES T tedt furniture of all upholstered klnda reno-and Lake Butler ajrade.

Act. of- which I am the author provides homest ending ,,by'Veterans of up to forty acre of' tax was married to' Miss Mary Ire: jcmcvrr I COURT BRADFORD '. ..tlllla"'d. Drop us a rd.U'Paiiatk FOR BALE-Neaco kerosene
lands owned or which niy i 'hereaftef be 3app who preceded him in death.' ..COVNTY. rLOJUDAl. IN CIIAN. HASTINGS' MATTRESS CO.-p a atove. all porcelain tl..-"
; acquired by theState: ..,Florida wait the first state'to CKItY. >... Fla. U used excellent conditiOn.'Ie. j
1 pas n law of this. nature. If re-elected*. It la my Intention to make certain amendments to tI&Ia. He was a member of the Baptist Benjamin OldfUld. Plaintiff. v*. -. Mr. C. O. Partner' '
law Zhurch.) and a former 'co-owner of Mona, 0dfl( .Id, Defendant. CaM FOR SALE 1 '.room. housa completely '' Prison Farm.
its feature.
t liberalizing the Three Friends Barber Shop in No. 4 OHDBR OF PUBLICATION hot na' jraacvJteater, *""* i CASH PAID quick! tor uW
More legislation of benefit to the Veterans la needed and ** I had the privilege of' serving In the Starke. He went to Jacksonville AND NOTICE TO APPEAR water heater.-. : 1 a p....noe.. ', Wire Co llit
several where lie STATE OP FLORIDA to Mona or apply; 111 8. Church St..Slartfl ** -
Armed Force during both World Wan Mid know their years ago con- Lumberton ..t
problems It will be lay pleasure to fight OtdfUId. when re.tdeneand a4dr .Street, N. C.
tor set Intenigent :Veteran Program. tinued his barber profession> and .M IK, It Stearns A..n_. Law- I
then later renee, Ma... fro
;moved toPensacola. .
Ton ar reqalred'ctappeal' on FOR.. 0ALB About Jilt head of FOB RKNT: T room Noun ]
,, The Speaker-designate of tile 1947 ''House, the Honorable ,Thomas, D. Beastey, i* my personal Surviving are a .daughter. Mrs Mar I*. U4.. In tAe above namd eteok ft cattle including beef up to I hard road In Hampton.. 4-M!
old. month. Kalch.LOST __
Court and year To. be Bold to the >Ror:
cause, whrlnplaintiff
friend. I supported his candidacy and aided. In his designation aa Speaker. He te appreciative R. A. Roberta. Gainesville: a son' ...ka dt"orc.. car and custody highest bidder on May 15. 114*. el

ef this nod I.,. awtured of Important Committee Assignment In the 1947 session If I am re- Leonard Cone. .Jacksonville; a :. and Bradford control'County minor l eldid.ran. t.aid that will time.be received J. w. Preratt.by mall Rte.up ..-Haa:.,.' Sterlingcaaex. map -of.11..1'India 01

elected. Uurlng my .1I81'Y1ce,1a the last session I made It my business to make friend with each brother George Cone Starke and shall publish this Ordar: Telegraph In. nest t. Bon 111. Starke. Fla. 4-S Sep Initialed R.RJ. Return real'O
two half-sisters Mrs. Annie Walawrlght Auto store and
tour laiuaa. ern
; and every one of the Representatives and Senators, giving them all my cooperation. and _s.t- and Mrs. Della Goodge. Wltn... my hand and official seal NOTICB will cloae-my feed millon reward. _

tog them with their problems wherever possible. Each one of them call me by my first name both of Starke.Pallbearers ,,1'at.'atarke.. Florida, this- April U, May H. Earl Cook. 4-11 alp SORRY to announce thai: MM

i and I call them by theirs. Their friendship will be of great value In th..aed sslon. were R. J. Andrews (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas NO ROACHES ANTS FLIES!: or will be closed. about 30< .dIU"
A a Clerk of said Court. fleaa U you use our Aeroaol BUt account of Illness. crl 1|
The Rule and. Procedure Parliamentary Law an \ the various mean of Adolph Gay N. D. Wainwright Ry Lucille C. Conner, D. O. Bomb. This la not- the kerosene Dry Cleaners a
accomplishing an objective type. tats
Jr., Roy Turner, W. J.' Prather Wm. D. Morgan Fifth Floor Clark It
are now all familiar to me and II return to Tallahassee Fountain. tf ALI REPAIR work left! .
you me I will be equipped from the and S. E. Sparks. Building. Jaekaonvllle. Florida. April I, too
beginning fight your battles vigorously and with Atty.: for Pit. t-lI 4t III FOR STAG hefor wed Sal
a complete understanding of what I am do- IUCNT-rurnl.hecl apartraenta. picked UP at 415
tog.: Experience friend* and seniority..., the thing which count In the Legislature. IJf CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD .olean. cabins private entrance. Jacksonville Fla at B""t.,,
E'erl'.maD .
Mrs. Nellie Heath COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAM.cicnr. block South Court., Orand $t. 1 airy and Loan Co>
oft Raiford Road.
The needs of Bradford County are, well known .to me and yon may be assured that If you send Helen Elisabeth 'Weatbrook. Plaintiff B. O. Ooodaje, >- 4.u lip FOR SALEWhlte Rota".1f IS/_
me back that I will put up an Intelligent and agresalve effort to secure all the improvementstoesibie Mrs Nellie Heath mother of va. John Alton Weatbrook, IXfendant. FOR SALE sewing machine., Prir.PrIO'E r
Mrs. V. 8. St. John of this city, Caaa No. 4f4(. Studio coueh. fair a' O. Partney. StateI
and work for the Interests of the entire, citizenry of Bradford County.It ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND condition reasonable. B.rryman; -
died at her home In New Canaan NOTICE' TO APPEAR Coiirta. Orand St., 1 .block South *.ta'larger "

; w. be Impossible for me to see each and every one of you before the election, much a* I 3onn.. on Saturday April 20. She Alton STATE Waitbrook' OF FLORIDA who. to residence: John of RaJford. Road. E. O. "Good-II rip I WANTED apt.'TO within RENT'city IImll'''"

would like, to but I all the voter to turn had been seriously ill for several Weatbrook Poupl Permanent 1'
urge out and cast their ballot for me on 'Hay 7th la %" J. A. Route N. WATCH FOR Keliya Write f
and give me .1.....opportunity to continue my work for you months prior to her death. olina.1. Box Ito Wilmington North Car Furniture Store and Second.hand Fish Mar- Nicely Box 5.VICTOR.. furnished. _
k.t at Tempi A"*.. and the city
Your vote and will be Singing ConventionThe You are required to appear on limits on the North side. 4-lf lip a BLUE! PlRD Rfer
L I support deeply appreciated. May: 0. 1144. In the above named sale .e Vall
and.album for
Court and cauae wherein plaintiff
(l ...ka divorce and car, custody and FOR SALE One pulpwood saw, GIrt NhnppaELECTRIC -
I Bradford County Singing reasonable la good condition,
control of minor children. PTad-
Sincerely yours, Convention'will meet at 2 ford County Telegraph ahall ha. new saw. -D. O. Kelly' P. O. Sessions Altrhee;
p. m. : pub- Hot 10.. Starfce. Flal .4-U 'itp for sal at Dahtner. Gltt
this Order In next four weekly B'I
Sunday at the Pine Level Baptist ........ BTRA TED--A -
N. D. Noon Church for afternoon W Itn.. hand and red ox from near !I
t; ( ) WAINWRIGUT. an session. my official seal Lawtey. R.ward RENT->
offered for In. FOR BALE OR .... .
at .
f A. D. Stark. Florida this March, SO.UPFICIAL formation. Brand turnl."
Crosby president of the 1145. on hip R. new home well MI
convention with T. N. Norman.Yleepre.ldent. ( SEAL) A; 3. Thomas L L Rhoden. Glen St. Mary"-11: W.j' rnnma, desirable. easy In""llon.arms

1 (Paid for by Bradford County Friends) J and thy urge Aa Clerk: .t Lucille sold C.Court.By Conner. D. C. FOR SALE--On. 110.Box reasonable T.1 or call Nn _L

everyone to attend a* the public R. H. l>...... -.T Lynch: Bide.. .. b.at.slant Small burner K.ro- 1 7. '' ilL
?f toT room. Price KODAK FILM- J' atm
U, invited and welcome. Atty.Jack.nnviileFlorida.for Pit 4-J 4t .4-J4 Prison 110. Mrs Farm c. (). Partner.: Stat I I 1 I and 120.et' All you "
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Confident "I am confident of I Musgrave Bakery U4I. T .
been winning this (OFFICIAL mAL) A .1, IN CIRCriT COtTRT. BR.VnrORD tiff; YII. Edward W. Peddycord,
Victory race", he said "Reaponge to my New Business Here Aa Clerk of Mid Court. Thomas COUNTY.0 PLORIUAI IN CHANCKHT. Defendant CAM Nu. 467t. :

pate candidacy is most gratifying. I T.Hy Prank Lucille andrum C. Conner, Btarke D. C. Helen Elisabeth' Weetbrook:, Plaintiff ORDER OF PUBLICATION It-"IOTMO.ORE: ::

21 counties In the' find that the, people tare serious Announcement was made this Atty. for Pit. a-d Florida 4t t-tt vs. John Alton Weatbrook, De AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR
verlDi fondant Camt No. 4845. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edward CiND4DArt >
of his campaign for about world conditions and want i week of the opening of North OHDEU OF PUBLICATION; W Peddycord, whose residence I* resi
Vitek Lex a man in the Starke's IN CIRCUIT AND NOTICE 1151 Hutton Street Winston RAILROAD COMMISSIONER
Senate, Senate with experience newest enterprise cornr. HRAOVORD TO APPEAR Salem,
states the .
nlted de- to COUNTY FLOHlDAl IN: CUAN STATE OF FLORIDA to: John North Carolina. QMOUI t .
h61p Musgrave
congrellsman their prob- Bakery and Delicates- 4oKIU' Alton AVeetbrook who. residence You are required to AXOOO .
former appear on
return to his home lems and to make a lasting peace sen. Situated at 706 Temple Terry Crawford Alex., Plaintiff, vs. la %. J. A. Westbrook, Route Not May IS. 1946, In the above named MAN TO.:SUCCEED
on his old AI..... Defendant. Cave 1, Box: : 114. Wilmington North Car Court and cause, wherein p .'
h1a with the Avenue No. plain-
he would carry nations of the world." next to the. Dixie Cafe, 466S. olina tiff seek divorce Bradford HON. .. ., MATTHCWeMOORC .
bat District with as "jt1'eat ao' He, added that his platform, the business will provide a com- ORDER OF PUBLICATION You are required to appear on County Telegraph shall publish. (R.fkine ie LsaMr)
d greater, than which includes plete pastry line AND NOTICE TO APPEAR :\lay., 1946, in the above named this Order In next four weekly .
or even among other and retail bak- STATUS OF FLORIDA to: Terry Court and wherein plaintiff Issue fOR AUFLORIDA
of f my previous race for things, income tax abolition in ing good The stock of delicatessen Alex Is 4SS .,h_. residence and address I seeks Iv oaused care, custody and Witness. my hand and official ( '-'.: ':>],
the "lower 0 Street, Fresno California control of minor children. PTadford seal .
brackets" oppositionto foodstuffs will be at Stark. Florid, thin April
Increased You
are required to appear on County Tslenraph .hall pub- 10, U4. MAKE! ALL PlOltlDA//
"peace,.time draft", and lifting about the first of :May, according May 1, 194, In the above named lish this Order In next four weekly (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas FOR
Court M00Wr
I government controls are matters to Proprietor J. A (Jack) Mus- seeks and divorce cause. and, wherein restoration plaintiff of Issues.Wltnesa my hand and official seal A. Clerk By; Lucille C Conner, D. C A. Sf...Oul T. All

'A which appeal to the "averagecitizen" grave.Musgrave Telegraph maiden name Bradford County at Stake. Florida, thla March 30, Each }\'. I>oulrl... Gainesville. Fla. .AI. rOUTICAI. AOVMTIStMINTIKAen .
'..8,21 i has until recently In next tour shall weekly publish issues this Order (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Alt), for Pit. 4-11 4t 11-'

.AA'IW' been in the baklnsr hualnefw on VTItnens my bond and official Aa Clerk!: of said Court I
Main seal at Starke. Florida, thla By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
street in Jacksonville April
Offering Formerly 4, 1944. R. H. I>uncan->lT Lynch Hid*.
of Plttsburg, Pa., he has (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Jacksonville Florida.
tJ Expanded ServicePresent been a resident of Jacksonville As Clerk of said Court. Atty. for Pli' 4-5 4t 4-18 Your Tires Are Slick Time to Recap!
; GV Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
Isq and Starker for the past eight Wm. D. Morcan-Plfth Floor Clark iw rinrriT COI-RT. \nvoRti' RECAPPING
ells and future REA con- years, excluding infantry Building1, Jacksonville, Fla. COUNTY. PLunau.'. I'M: CHAN
service :
sumers in Bradford Atty. for PIt. 4-5 4t 4-2 CKHY. AND VULCANIZING .
Imunentl fj County are in the 81st (Wildcat) division( h. __ Julia Leopard!, Plaintiff v. Albert k
to share in extended electrical m" CIRCUIT COH T. ItR"uFOnU Leopardl., Defendant Case a //t ALL SIZE TIKES I

service provided adequate power In COUNTY FI.UKIHll: ('II.'N_ No 4ft78. AND, TUBES
by a $799,000 Bradford Columbia CKRY.Eloln ORDER OF PtTBLirAtlON .
total allotment to the Clay Electrical Union, Baker and Alachua Brown Plaintiff, vs. Samuel ANI> NOTICE TO APPEAR

idfirI Cooperative Inc, Superin- counties The Cooperatlve'e present No 455S.K. Brown, Defendant. Case Leopard.STATE!,: whose OK FLORIDA residence to and: Albert address > ,; 2dd10UR SERVICE ,
tendent A.' G. Lowden announced connected consumers total 3,- ORDER OF PITRLIOATION Is unknown. ,.e>*, REST MATERIALS
this week. 450: on 980 miles of distribution AND NOTICE! TO APPI3AK You are required In appear on t ,
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Samuel May 13, 1946, In the above named 1 I GRADE "A" hUDIIER
Superintendent Lowden said line covering nine counties. E. Brown, whonn residence and Court and cause, wherein plain tI
I ..i I that 05: miles of lines in addi- addrons is: Houte No. 1, Lenox, tiff seeks divorce.. llrailford Workmanship Guaranteed tj
Georgia. County
i.v cmcriT ('OI'UT, nit \nronn Telegraph shall publish
tion to the 112 miles already CO'N'I'Y; FLOIUIIU i* CHAN. You are required to appear on this Order In next four weekly; PHONE 79 j
serving the county, are under ('F:1t 1'. May 6, 1946. in the above named Is.iieM.Wltnena. ;
,',nn do II.$00. Miriam Cox Nelson Plaintiff vs. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff my hand. and official _
:3 hours a. home. contract to be built. Over 600 Patrick H. NelHon, Defendant. Case seeks divorce and custody of minor seal at Starke, Florida, this April i
I to rural families in the No. 4549. child. Bradford County Tele- 19( 1948.
thin, you need for a glorious.UnMlw'coUwav county are OIUJER PUBLICATION/ graph shall publish thin Order In (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas STARKE TIRE SERVICE
*. 1>rep...- now being served It was stated. AM NOTICE TO APPKMl next four weekly As Clerk of said Court.
those used in beauty Further details as to the com- STAT OF FLORIDA to: Patrick Witnessmy. hand u'd: ; offlrlal By Lucille C. Conner n. C.
Ire like seal. at T. Frank I.andrum, Starke, a'la
Starke, Florida
H. Nelson, whose re id"no 8 and address this April I
rrre fermnneruJ.. L boriitorrWondtrful pletion of the work, and the la Andrews S C. or % Mrs.- 3rd, 1946.OFFICIAL. Atty. for Plf. 4-12 4t 5-3 Adjoining Temple Garage Temple Ave.
'i b.brWloo.
children -
)t. for number of new local customers, Mary Nelson, Hyde Avenue North ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas \ i
Money back guarantee.wite Charleston, l. C. As Clerk of said. Court niicriT 'OI'IIT. IIRARFOIIIIl'OI'NTY 4I
will be released later. You are required to appear on lv Lucille C. Conner 1>. C. ': FL01IIU IM CIIAN-
It was announced that the plantat Sfajr 8, 1948. In the above namt>il. T. Frank Imndrum Starke, Florida. cKitr.I'mbfTto.
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Atty. for I'lf. 4-5 4t 4-2 Dl (Casall Plaintiff, vs.
Keystone Heights is at pres- seeks divorce. Bradford County Prlmerla Irertola DI Casall, Defendiint. < I
PERMANENT ent three Boohorsepowe1' Telegraph shall publish Cimti No. 4A7H.
installing this
In .
next four I
COG4WauP Cooper Bessemer Super- \ my hand. and officialMeal (COUNTY. FLURIUtl" "'IHNCKRY. : > NOTICE TO APPHAH .

.Charged Diesels capable of generating 1, 1948.at Starke, Florida, this April Klxle Llelle Clnrrett. Plaintiff vs. STATE Hertola OF FIjORTDA PI Casall.to whose Prlmerla .

a total of 3,000 kw, which (OFFICIAL BRAD A. J. Wayman I>. Uarrett, Defendant residence and address Is unknown. I
Thomas. .
will Increase the total plant capa- A* Clerk of said. Court Case No. 4689. You are required to appear on II I
May 13, In above
1946 the named
pier's' Drug Store city to 4,200() kw. T.By Frank Lucille Lnndrum C. Conner., Starke.D. C.Florida. STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR: Court and cause, wherein plain 1
to: Way- tiff seeks divorce llradford
Funds it was stated have been Atty. for PUt 4-5 U 4-ZIJ
man I Garrett whose residenceand County Telegraph shall publish 9*At wartime Governor Holland 'r'
REXALL Drug Store allotted for construction of a address Is unknown.You this Order In next tour weekly j
ur volt tranmlssion i> mtrriT roriir. lilt \I>POIII are required to appear on Issues. built the Strongest financial
33,000 line
ne M Starke. Fla. ('OU TY, FLOHII"| IN tllAN-: May 20, 1946, In tho above named Witness. my hand amt official
Keystone to Brooker to provide ('Kit V.Kathleen. Court and cause wherein plaintiff seal at 'Starke, Florida, this April Structure Florida hit hid in its
Wallace Fields. Plaintiff. seeks divorce. 15radrord County 10, 1948.
VM. Itoy Lee Fleldn Defendant. Case Telegraph shall. publish this Order (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas History,
Aar-N..eta.1. No. 4561. In next four weekly IHHUOS.'Witness .. A. Clerk of said Court. 1
ORDER OF PUBLICATION my hand and official Kv Lucille l;. Conner, I). C.
AND NOTICKJ TO APPEAR seal. lit Starke Florida, this April T. Frank Latiiirum, Starke, Fla.
From where I sit.. J Joe,Marsh. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Rojr! IB, 1946. Atty. for Plf. 4-12 4t 5-3 I
y Lee Fields, whose residence and (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
address. is: 821 Cecil Avenue, Louisville As Clerk of avid Court IN rillfllT rOI'HT. IIHAI>POI1II II
Kentucky. By Lucille C. Conner D. C. COI'MTl.' FLO..IIJ.'I IM CHANiitr. ,
You are required' to appear on I T. Frank I-andruin. Sturke. Florida.Atty. I (' I
4 May 6, 1946 In the above named for Plf. 4-19 4t -10 Adelaide Gordon Pxdilycord Plain-
Best War Memorial Court and cause wherein plaintiff. -----
seeks divorce and restoration of 1
t maiden nerve Bradford County 1 1ti
I Know. Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn
next tour 'we..kly Imruea. .
Witness my hand and official : trt '
Heal at Starke, Florida, thla April 'f. ;, ;/ ,.
re'. u old war memorial in Since then, ther.'". been all 4, 1946. ., ': :

WII i that I like to stop and kinds of disagreement in this As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said Court.) A. J. Thomas, 1 I ., '

lit DOW and then. country, big and little. Prohibition py Lucille C. Conner, D. C. ..',,. .t't
Wm. D. Morgan-Fifth Floor' Clark
kin 1365,folks gathered up was one-and there was plenty of Building-" Jacksonville, Fla. !I ,fj.. "I. I ..... ..1
I i bitter relics of battle and bloodshed, misery and grief until Atty. for Plf. t-1I 4& 4U1V .ootf.,1. ,4" ,",\,"' ,,, ,r.\, \ '
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em i In a pile: cannon, batthe'problem was resolved. '., "> 'i'd': ', ,

I rifles, broken swords, and But from where I sit, it's part of : CIRCUIT. FLOHIUAl COURT BRADFORDCOUNTY CHANCERY \14.\ ,) ..,,,1t: ,, ). f.\. (:

I bayonets. Some of' them the''creataells of America that we '. .:\".,1/ i( ... :, J' J I IIo
Juanita Belle Rourke. plaintiff vs. .' '\\ t .. ,
t 4 ( .
outside,some captured from remain united country. W. may Charles Martin Rourke, Defendant. 1 1 ."'\ t.... .. \ r";,,
Caee No. 45BO. : : r "i I
., .. .disagree', as Jpdiidualil-but. accepting -e..p\1ll.LICATION: \ __ .. ,." ,
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..belted them down, and that difference of opinion AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ,. "
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Charles ,' j4' 'r4 ,'1'' t "j
'we lire La tolerance and mutual \ .
I tab litter of war sprung a Martin Rourk, whose residence 'f : .CO
t to friendship tolerance respect. and addresa Is unknown.You .' \ S'p. i
are required to appear on ,
t&IIdiD,... pro....that 11,, Ii, May 6, 1048 in the above named \ I ,
Q.p Court and wherein plaintiff
and cause .
103C3$ hatred were tot.s seeks divorce and custody and control '(
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0" of minor child. Bradford :;:" ,
County Telegraph hall publish thla "
J Order In next four weekly Issue
hand and official seal
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and 12 months of age or in I v.. Joseph :Blwood: Clements, De and North Starke. If re-elected to 1949. .
- -1 Data On f.ndant. Case No. 4115. this Important office I will continue (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thomas, You are
children who for required
< some of said .
As Clerk Court.H.
- ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND to work for the bent Interestof 13. "9.'. In .
Issued To, reason, must be ,com NOTICE) TO APPEAR .11 schools In the county. I wtnappr..clat. O. Brown -Btarke, Fla. Gay and cau....the abovs0eu
fpr Plf. -19 4t S-10
vote and supportIn tift seeks wherein '
STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Joseph your .Ivores, I
S 4% By Health protected. The family Elwood Clemente. whose residenceIsi the coming Primary on May 7.Respectfully CIRCUIT Court Telegraph shqu8rDtot
be this Or4er
consulted In
1J37 Bluemont Drive, Arlington. I
next bur
Virginia. J. a. (Buddy) Norman. FLORIDA. IN CIIAHLuclousAklns Issuer.WltnesS. tour "
individual cases. p CERY.
A high You are required to appear on my hand
cases Is occurring The greatest danger from the Court May IS and 1946, In the above named .FOR District SCHOOL No.BOARD S Aklns, Defendant., Plaintiff, vs.Case EvelynW. No. Seal 10. 14.at.Starke, Florida, this {

County at the is Invading organism seeks cause divorce., wherein Bradford plaintiff t hereby announce my candidacyfor 4<73. (OFFICIAL SEAL) ,
member of the Hoard of PublloIn..trDcll..n ORDER OP PUBLICATIONAND A. clerk of A. J. 71Lach I
is to and County shall said
expected au> streptococci pneumo- Telegraph publishthis NOTICE TO APPEAR Court

number of weeks. resulting In otitis, media, I Issues.Order In next. four weekly the will of from the District.3.Democrat! subjectto votersIn STATE OF FLORIDA to: Evelyn Hr Douglas.C. Conner .J

the public In and pneumonia. Good Witness my hand and official '! the primary of May 7. It elected -I W. Aklns, whose residence Is an* Atty for Plf Oalnesgllq t.U
to this responsible position
seal at Starke, Florida, this Aprils
demic under I o
care Is Important. 1946. premise to carry out the duties of '
possible, Dr. A. Y. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs the office to the best of my; ability "
Commercialand Symptom: Sudden onset with : Clerk of said Court. and will greatly appreciate ;your THE FACT IS 8 .
rector of the Cmmw.
active support and vote no May 7. ,
malaise, headache together By Lucille C. Conner D. C. ELEClIJc]
i I B. Crosby.
partment has f acute Fleming, Jones Scott a Botts Bar- -II.
Portrait ing statement. symptoms 0 upper I rrett National Bank Building Jacksonville .
Infection Fla. Atty. for Plf. .
such as In- I
DUrtrto N. S .r
Measles Is a 4-13 4t 5-S
6Photographera of the, eyes, nose, : I hereby anounoe myself a candidate -
cable disease,
for member of the Boatd of
and discharge from the Public Instruction District 3. e
ted through fairly COUNTY, FLOHIUAl!' CHAN
sneezing' and coughing. The I CBHY. Brooker, New River, Ora.
with an individual ham and Hampton subject to the
Chester A. Peddyoord Plaintiff vs.
." reettng-.C rdSi through the early appears In 14 days after ex- Heeler A. Peddycord. Deteniiant.Case will of the voters In the Democratic
disease. There and about 3 to 4 days No. 46T2.ORDKU Primaries In May. It elected to
OF PUBLICATION this office. I promise to dischargethe
Photo Supplies It is most onset of above symptoms. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR duties connected therewith In a 1wt

first days of the Precautions t (1) Report' all STATE OF FLORIDA to: Fleeter fair and Impartial manner. Your
.. StationeryHollywood A.. Peddycord whose residence Is: vote and support will be highly appreciated -
before the rash to the Health Department. Route 8, Winston Salem, North .
communicable for I ) Keep your 'children away Carolina. r Your respectfully
You are required, to appear' on E. J. LewIs.IN .
after appearance I known 111 children. Young May 13. 1946, In the above named
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
Immunity: If a should be kept from
away seeks divorce. Bradford COUNTY. FLOHIUAl IN CHAN-
measles, her children as far as possible. County Telegraph shall publish CEltV.
to the disease this Order In next four weekly Lola Lee Worbass, Plaintiff vs. I
( ) Individuals developing: the Issues. Raymond K. Worbass, Defendant.Case .
following birth. should be kept isolated Witness my hand and official No. "S8.GRDER .
Camera.and real at Btarke Florida, tills April OP PUBLICATION
in no natural .
the house. ((4)) Children with 10, 1946. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR '
tack of the disease etaoln etaoln etaol (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs STATE OF FLORIDA to: Raymond t
protection. Clerk of said Court. K. WorbasH whose residenceand
be allowed to go to school By Lucille C. Conner D C. address Is unknown.You .
Gift Shop Prevention The Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville Fla. are required to appear on
modified or even it is determined that they Atty. tor Plf. 4-12 4t 6-3 May 20, 1946, In the above named PROPJET
i not have measles. ((5)) School Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I NEW TYPE
the use of \ Seeks divorce Bradford CountyTelegraph
Street at Railroad
immune placental developing any suspici shall publish this OrderIn 'GAS TURBINE FOR PLANES,

OUnt BB It Is not advisable symptoms in school will be PoliticalAnnouncements next Witness four my weekly hand Issues.and official DOES DOUBLE JOB-

disease except In' home. (8) If there Is mean- seal at Starke, Florida this April
1948. POWER
In home 15.
a other well chil
In the same house who are FOR RKPRKSBNTATI'VIS As Clerk of said. Court. THROUGH A OET TO THE REAR. EXPERTS SAY
I hereby announce my candidacyfor By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
FOR l A 1 SPRING s known to have already the office of Representative In T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Florida PROPJET WILL POWER GIANT TRANSOCEANIC
measles, may continue to at- the State Legislature from Kradford Atty. for Pit. ..19 4t 5-10
County, subject to, the IT WAS DESIGNEBY
school without Democratic voters In the May 7th
danger to
primary ENGINEERS.
TWO REGIONAL I ((7)) Consult your family will be greatly appreciated COUNTY FLORIDA IV CHAN.
for medical care and -Jake P. Roberta CKRY.Benjamin. .
Oldfleld. Plaintiff, vs.
., Mona Oldfleld, Defendant. Case
No. 4887.OKDEJR
-A. :Y. Covington M. D. CHICKS LAUGH
I hereby announce my candidacyfor OP PUBLICATION
reelection to the office of State .
Bradford Co. Health
Representative from Bradford STATE) OF FLORIDA to: Mona AT GERMS !
Dept. County, subject to the will of the Oldfleld whose residence and address -
Voters at the May 7th Primary. I in. 81 Stearns 'Avenue, Lawrence '. "
Having served In the 1945 Session Mass.Voti : A1' NEW BROODERATOR"PROVIDES
WE CAN BEAUTIFY OURs I feel that the experience gained are required to appear on r .
t COMMUNITY and friendships created will be of May 20 1M6, In the above named ./ t GERMFREeAIR
.. value to the peopr, of Bradford ,
Kr at Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
and Florida If I am reelected FOR CHICKS. AIR
County seeks divorce, care and custody -
One in a series of articles on to this office. and control of minor child.
] MIi prepared by stu- Your vote and support will be ren. Bradford County Telegraphshall yJs 'IS PURIFIED WITH A
sl u highly appreciated.N. publish this Order In "
of the .9th Grade Civics D. Wainwright, Jr. four weekly Issues. next GENERAL eLECTR.lC'GERMICIDAL

i at BHS.) Witness mv hand and official seal
By Aubrey Moore TO the Qualified Voter of County at Starke. Florida, this April 12, LAMP/
('..m...1..10... District No. % 1949.
Have you ever noticed how Bradford Coqntr. Flurlda. (OFFICIAL BEAL) A. J. Thomas, r AUTOMATICALLY CONTROLLED

and clean'some yards and for I 'hereby re-election announce an County my candidacy Commissioner By As .Clerk Lucille of C.said Conner Court.D. C. .,t' .'. HEAT IS FURNISHED

are kept, while others were of District No. 2. subject to Wm. D. Morgan, Fifth Floor Clark '

let go ? A newcomer just the promise Primaries to continue In May. to If reelectedI work for AU Building). for. Jacksonville Plf. ..19 Florida.4t 5-10' .,1." .. _... '4 "...... BV 6-E CALROD HEATER

down a sidewalk will be the best Interests of the District
i L Impressed by even a small and the County as a whole. IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD .
I respectfully CHAN.
Upon this promise
flOI'Dll01StEIe If the lawns are mow- solicit vote and active supporton CBRY. .
pteasant'J and raked and the shrubbery May your 7th. v Dorothea.. Fred E. Tompkins, Plaintiff, tf( ( j#'
Tompkins, Defendant. ELECTRONIC >
truly HOT !
BlO'lED t.o..ste4 breed and trimmed In every yard. Yours very E. L. CRA WP'ORD. Case No. 4670.ORDER ( { l

CtPEIiIYE; )4ol. ten 1'cU'P'..na 1 up.Wotand Ia tent All citizens, keep your NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR NEW MACHINE WILL GRILL I
R me\te4 butter clean and all surroundings FOR COUNTY OOMMI.111ONKH! STATE OF FLORIDA to: Fred
.nt.h 'h cUP t.hi" 'J tsp. chO',* .With a for$ even our little town can be- District Mo. :a Tompkins whose residence la 3643 HOT DOGS AND HAMBURGERS
toh1reL myself as a Baltimore
/.44 thoroughly I hereby announce Avenue, city of Lawrence -
a"ue. J4IS Want. ')hisS wel known and noted for Its candidate for County Commissionerfrom State of Kansas.. BY ELECTRONIC. HEAT. 6-E
cho"e4 and ,... and beauty.. J District No.' I. Having nerved You are required to appear on
sn1Xt.ure. 1:8m"I"1I: khht... been opal guess aa .county commissioner for one May 16, 1946 In the above aaraed ENGINEERS HELPED: DEVELOP IT,
tbCb to-- .... of eaebt ,whondar why I stress'being term 1 feel that I am fully Qualified Ceurt aid cause, wherein plaintiff -
oul IIOrtlOn : i and If elected will give the seeks divorce.
ytnS the ....t.1 uabt.1t. so much. Well this Is my Bradford County
De veller second district and the county asa Telegraph shall publish this Order
ana batter salt and 10.1 m I the most beautiful thing whole the beat service of which In next four weekly Issues.
lobster wit.h. unaer broiler for ..' the world and expensive and 1 am c.pabl. Witness mv: hand and official' seal GENERAL H ELECTBK
oven or treeh v.etsblee W.' Mitoh Edwards. at Starke, Florida, this April 16,
I" hot butter. Servo f. dirty and thus ruins all Its :_

.erveboiled.with drawn JA 7I BEE" >> Because after all, two- FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District No. 3::
of 0"sru4, .
and plentY. Mrs. Joe of beauty is cleanliness) I wish to announce at this time I
I ,G.OO to this tine recipe- Another way we can beautify my candidacy for County Commissioner rLnbA}'M"y R
, AX has riorYour for Bugg of District No. i of Bradford -
John-hefted.ton.. regional reel,. community is by having a County. ,
0orordon "s pill,, be pits park, and brother this I am a veteran of-World War, II "
16,00 nerved In the European Theatre -
IIubUahe4, f-,- d .
not be
11 only beautiful but of War. P ha+ Ah
u..... : It can give, children a If I am elected, you nay feel '
Address assured of a fair and Impartial L a+
;fAX Brewing to go and things to do to administration to the best of my .
"Edlt.Or. them out of meanness. One ability. Thanking you for your con

aekSODvI11e..1'10rI4 when you want to clean sideration.Respectfully I am yours 1 ..

and the old folks are In S. O. Denmark. j

way send them down to our FOR COUNTY-COMMISSIONER ,

They'll enjoy It tool! I Itlatriet N*. 4
At. this writing I announce myself I'.w ess Wv4
CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD for reelection to the Office of
COINTY.: FLORIDA ,IN CHAN.CHRY. County Commissioner, District No. : i
: 4. Hampton. Oraham and Tneressato .' t
t .. the Democratic voters in the primaries -
f Peacock Nadler, Plaintiff May 7th It reelected to I,.
David Nadler, Defendant. Case this office I will continue, to discharge -
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-: : the duties connected there-
7 .
ORDER OF PUBLICATION with In a fair and impartial man
I Il Ili AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ner. On that promise I will greatly ,I
! STATE OF FLORIDA to: David appreciate ;your vote on May 7th.
! ". whose residence and ad- Thank.
f ..... In 4431 'Winchester Avenue Respectfully
;1d ,. City, New Jersey T. C. Chastaln.

Tou are required to appear on
13. 1946, In the above named FOR !SCHOOL BOARD
; :: : and cause, wherein plain District No. 1
leek divorce. Bradford I hereby announce myself a candidate -
Telegraph shall publish for member of the Board of
Order In next four weekly Public Instruction. District 1. comprising -
.... North Starke and Lawtey.Having
1 served In this capacity before ;
Witness my hand and official with three years as chairmanof
1946.at Btarke, Florida' this April the board I feel that I am fully
qualified and If elected I promiseto
( SEAL) A.
J. Thomas discharge the duties connected
Clerk of said Court.
therewith In an Impartial manner
By Lucille C. Conner D. C. -J. H. Moore.FOR .
Frank Landrum. atarke, Fla. osRr.-.
., for Plf. 4-11 41 8-3 et
; :...o.-- SCHOOL BOARD' j f
District N' 1
: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD I hereby announce myself a candidate .
aN\\ aNGyThffluu COUNTY CHHY.' FLORIDA I!* .CHAN. for re-election as member of
the Board of Public Instruction for
Benedict dements, Plaintiff, District No. 1, comprising Lawtey .

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Hele's a ",ea\ inviting,this. Highway 13-3 Miles North of ,Starke

I So tempting,so \ FOR TOMORROW'S' HARVEST

peat. 0\ RILED\ For The Best Of

cOII\\lnation CJo\de"\ JBeer. I t(

LOBS1ER and .ho'\" name, Fried Chicken Shrimp Oystersor
0\ its
1 ru\1\ 'II0lt"1 It's planting time again! That glorious season seed,tn the form of new car,new locomotive

i great Drink 0\ 01 A SteaksA of the year when' Nature smiles her fondest and and other new facilities and equipment all of<
Southeat" touch
\ t\lends a l the presence of Spring foretells the coming of which we are-planting as rap W at popsi6lathe
to Your la.or\\C growing period. From them will come a finer and better transportation
lugoodne\ y.f.r JA.0W f/r if' Generally, we don't have to wait for a cer- service..and that improved transportation

dishes- \ :, Ceasldsr a CaBtfaf.'. lain "season" to do our planting; on the Sea service will give Impetus to the continued
Beer otttnso t.. .
;. Have JAX discllmina"n .____ t, Qw0UIIcatieas board.But in recent years crucial shortages of economic growth of the Southeast.

to p\eatC and \ materials and manpower have compelled us That growth Is a matter of deep interest to

tastes. \\t's rdit6ust by itself; {10. FRED W.BROWN. to postpone the fulfillment of our plans us and as always our best efforts will be a*"

with meat, l Today we are finding it possible to get more tn'buted gladly to its nourishment.

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