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: May 3, 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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Official County Publication Established In 1877 WAR BONDS

BrTY-EIGHT STARKJe, n.oRiDA..UD.\Y. MAY s. 1946 u I
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Primary Eventful Day, ,.At Pine Level Church Farm Bureau Civil SuitsDisposed Hercules Powder Co. Will I

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I Held RallyPicnicAt In Circuit Court
In Bradford County 510 Years

Disposition of three civil cases'I r

Tuesday Market TodayA Thursday a scheduled not-guilty and for verdict Circuit Friday a resulted Court dismissal last In,: If Housing Can Be Found For Labor j i''

voters and a settlement out of court. ,
4900 qualified resounding and enthusiastic The anticipated establishment !

county awaits, with ap- turnout of members and friends John H. Parker, of Hampton, Newcomer 1 of a Hercules Powder Company \

little Interest, the oppor- | ot the Bradford, County Farm brought suit for $:),000 against Pleased harvesting unit, which would em-

cast Its vote in the firstBc Bureau is expected' at the State I Ben Y. Saxon in consequence of With Farming Here ploy 60 persons and be In opera

primary next Tuesday, Farmer's Market this morning damages to grocery stocks during tion' from five to 10 years will

polls will open at 7 a. m, I (Friday) for Its countywide poll- 'a storm in the fall of 1944. The II. I. Cexton who came here become a reality here, If Starke

jfin open until sundown, I 4 I tical rally and picnic. An old-!| incident was said, to have occur- several months ago from Salem, can provide sufficient housing*

Bjtdy 7 p. m. r fashioned barbecue, an address by I I 1 red when a wall of fire-gutted Mo., and bought the "old Smith I facilities In the medium price

e of get-out-the-vote ef-t I John. Ford, executive secretary, a property known as the old Dur- place" (adjoining the Bowers 1 range. Although no official an-

tho Farm Bureau and special 4-H session, and a round den building, owned by Saxon, farm east of Starke) from F. F. |. nouncement regarding housing

inlzations, only a modRght I 'of political speaking by state and I' cranhtd against an adjacent store. Flume, Is well pleased with this was .made today either by Hercules -

vote Is expectedan county candidates are the highlights I The defense held that the accl- section of Florida and the pro- I or local officials, it Is hoped

an "off yea election of a crowded program that 1 dent was a result of an act ofGot ductivity of the soil I that such facilities will become

spirited local contests. ... -- ,.D will begin at 10 a. m. and extend and Saxon was ,found not "I've never seen crops grow like available at the desired rates, and

Interest in the county hasin I. Pictured above are the servicemen and ex-servicemen why were well Into the afternoon. County guilty. they do here" Mr Cexton stated. ;! that definite Information In this

the race for State of honor at the all-day meeting and dinner held at the Pine Agent L, T. Dyer reported that in The suit for $9000 brought by "Why I planted potatoes and' In |, respect will shortly be released !
alive, with incumbent Level Baptist Church a meeting 'of the';organization'sboard C. C and Ethel Tidwell against six weeks we were eating them." to the public f,I

alnwrlght, Jr., opposed on Easter Sunday. First row, left to right: of directors ;{Saturday, all Saxon for the damaged store He has a variety of truck cropson A survey of local i
Loran Conner V. L. accommoda
Starling Robert ;
Taylor, S. G. Denmark, LucianConner his 40-acre farm.
Roberts, Starke business- arrangements were ,completed. building was dismissed upon mo- dons and the supply of :
Bishop Mynck; and John Crews. Second row, left to right: Barbecued beef pork and chicken tion of their attorneys Gray &" Mr. Cexton spent 34 years in growth pine stumps ls being
> now -
Int place on) the Board Luther Galloway, Peter Vememn Louie Redoing, Robert Myrick, with stew coleslaw and drinks Waldo, of Gainesville. the real estate business In Pacific conducted by m. C. Mann Jr,

ly Commissioners is bell Tommy Lewis, and Paul Faulkner. Third row. left to right: Leon- will be prepared and served at The case of James H. Ferguson Grove Calif., but was reared on N S. Dankel and Murdock De

upon at this time and ard Klnchen,...Alton Dobbs, R. L. Dobbs, Leroy Lovell, W. A. Slgter, noon under the direction of Mr versus A. E Mckinney, for a farm his ,new so he feels:! right at homeIn Trainer, company representatives..
occupation. He and
District Two (North Preston Fillman, George Powell, and Ovid Norman. and Mrs. Nelson Green. The foodIs $10,000 damages, was settled out Mrs. Cexton have two daughters, Mann stated Tuesday that their ;
Incumbent E. L.Ill donated members of the of mission Is
where f; ,""!- ( by court. Betty and Deletes.Laymen's to locate homes for '
opposed by S. G. Den- .. 'i bureau with cooling facilities provided employes and their families to get

El W M. Edwards. I by R. V. Coleman of the I established and to put the camp ,

Irehlp[ on the School 'tt .ka l Starke Ice Company. Boxes and I Squad Holdovers Meeting In operation. ;

Kll be decided in DistrictIwtty YsL chairs for seating are being con- Under Way HereIn Of the personnel of 60 or more

and North Starke) tributed by Quigley & Davis, and that would be required, it was an-
cumbent J. S. Norman is Post 1 56> of the American Legion. Down Grads 26-6 Gospel TabernacleFriday nounced that approximately half

by former board mem- rw r, Lex Green, candidate for the would be hired locally.

Moore; and in Districthere U. S. Senate, Emory Price, can night a line pre-conven- Mann said that leading land
An tlon message! was brought to the
H. B Crosby andBoard I didate for re-election to Congress enthusiastic gathering; of owners of the county had been
E. J. Lewis some 400 grid devotees saw Brad Tabernacle congregation by Dr.
member from the second district, and all contacted and found
I S. B Higgins, field of favorably
ford's secretary
ofBit Tornadoes close ,
the place spring
J sting county candidates will be heard toward the removal of
the National Christian Laymen'sEvangelistic I
to C. Kelly, who wasIndldate during the political{rally, begin training Friday with a practice original growth pine stumps A-
Association, and on
between the
game and the
for reelection.g y at two o'clock.
ning ; part the obvious
Golds Saturday evening the young people
the victory going to the latter
Eitejts In Interest is the race among for U. Dinner was spread on long tables under the towering pine trees. Several speakers are expectedto by a score of 24 to 6. had the best service and larg- the establishment of the industry I
address the morning meetingof would, have for
Bradford '
It was another one of those bountiful spreads for which the Pine est group yet held by them
B Starke's for- The outcome was
which heartening
> in 4-H boys and girls. The Bureau Sunday morning Attorney and It was noted that the clearing ofstumps :
Lex Green IsIg Level Church Is noted. news to the local high's supporters '
grossman will assemble at 11 a. m. to hear Mrs. H. W. McLarty arrived from would serve as an encouragement

with ex-Governor lesser-known SpesBiolland Pictured at right are Lt F. Chapman o ', Secretary John Ford, of Orlando. composed, since the entirely winning of Juniors lineup was and Atlanta and Mr. McLarty broughta for pasture development.
and :
superintendent of the Florida "' Interest In the }local bureau ; spiritual message on "The Holy. The stumps would be shipped
KM M. i sophomores who will return next
and Henry
Balfe State Prison, who made the morn '' I grew rapidly during the member fall. The losing' eleven which Included Spirit" after a program of music i' Mann said, to the naval store

fc ing address at Pine Level on % ship drive in March and it Is be- all available seniors by Dr. John McNeil of Washington plant at ,Brunswick, Ga., where
EmoryI ,
it t congressman Y 'lieved that 500 pro- D. 'C., who arrived they 'would serve In the
M Easter Sunday, and the Rev W. ;. ,'approximately vided stout resistance throughoutand Saturday production
I I opposed by Jacksonvilleer Camille E. Hall, energetic pastor of this r farmers and buslnessfmen will be nailed down six points In the night to' assist In the Convention" I I of pin. oil, 'turpentine and

one-time currently Seat progressive church. Great strides ,u on hand to Join In the festivitiesand final period, when a successionof week'program.. Sunday night : rosin. He stressed. the fact that
and further Information regarding Judge A. Z. Adklns Introduced only original'not second
are being made at Pine Level, gain growth
running plays, spear-heading
employe In Wanning! with _the foundation for a new 'I* 1 the organltatlon's na- John Anderson, brought"the ball Mr McLarty for the first scheduled ''stumps are used. i' \

'are" two Church:building already in place, tional program'-...nd .activities. down field to scoring range The I service of Convention week. I Mann remarked,on'' the plentiful
Bto bevoted, on "
and two busses recently purhaaed.to.tr&nsport' i drive The Monday night tnesugwag supply here, an4ffKI that' the
was climaxed by Fullback ,
& ,
th* State' RallrMd J
of ,
v delivered by 'Clem** ftt Uff-ot "tintt """
: Children and Everett Cre 'slammed, 'IIQ\IJcttopet'ate'V.&It.,girt :Tot
fcon Court Volunie't.And !
and a Supreme I Berry : plat *' Ocala who sounded the keynoteof the county. The 'stumps 'would
over in' a .
\1 adults to church and Sunday V .Jln the evangelistic convention: (be pushed out by- large crawl-
The victors scored each '
School. quarter "Soul Winning". Mr. Purvis '
type tractors, and the larger onesI
Price DeclineStrawberry and added points-after In the a: beautiful solo, accompanied at blasted After
Photos by T. H. Osborne. i I first and third. Edwards being trimmed
Billy ,
ent BuysBuildings the piano by Dr McNelll. R. J. I with axes, they would' be hauledon
left end contributed two touchdowns Gomes directed the singing and trailers to railroad
Band Members activity at Starke one on a 40-yard dash the speaker was Introduced
Dr. L. H. Jennings BHS by loaded on gondolas and shipped I
and Lawtey was moderate, this I and the second by a short pass fS. B. Hlggins. to Brunswick.
To Reopen OfficeDr. I Guests of Honor week with total sales amountingto from Charles Mooney. Coach Attending Tuesday, night were I
Organization of the unit would
At Rotary LuncheonIn about 3600 crates, at prices Geiger expressed satisfaction with five prominent laymen and two be I
Inactions recently closed, L. H. Jennings, discharged I varying from $5.50 to $6. Qualityof I the performance of the under- ladles from Jacksonville. The Inspiring much the same1 as that of
psient became the owner March 3rd after 42 months In the observance of "Boys and fruit was still good, but most graduate backs and forwards, message on "The Heart"was of now In operation In parts I
obese buildings on West Army Air Corps, announced I 4 and his appreciation for the seniors northeast Florida and Georgia.
yes- Girls Week", April 27 to May growers,held that the season was delivered by Dr. Emil II.Welse. .
terday that he will resume his the Starke Rotary Club was host .virtually at an end because of who had volunteered to helpIn Thursday night a delegation The company's main offices are I

pi weeks ago Mr. Bessent local medical practice early this' at its luncheon Wednesday to Increasing production In other the training of the squad. of business men from Gainesville in Wilmington Delaware.

1 the building formerly month. It was stated that his office members of the BHS Band and states. It Is expected that light Starting lineups Ir luded, for was present. The services The Hercules representatives expressed

I by The Stag at 137 W. corner of Bay and W. Call their director. A. W Bates. shipments will continue for an- the Golds: Ends, Rivers and Edwards continue through this week with appreciation to the Chamber

T>t purchase was made Streets, Is being redecorated and Following the luncheon) the other two weeks, however. ;' Tackles, Godwin and Car- outstanding speakers each night. i of Commerce and various officials

ftl J. Carter of Jacksonp will probably be opened within Band presented a program of \ It Is estimated that up to now ter; Guards, Holtzendorf and Saturday the Convention proper for ,their full cooperationIn

documentary stamps In- two weeks. music, featuring several spirited growers here have marketed two Miles; Center, Monteith; Quar- will be held with Attorney O. C. preliminary steps toward beating -

] s price of $3,500. The As a flight surgeon ,with the marches, and high praise of the million pints of fruit for which terback, Hazen; Halves', Mooneyand Parker of Tallahassee, president, the Industry In Bradford

I. originally built to house rank of Captain. Dr Jenningswas director and the musicians was they have received gross returnsof Harley; Full, Bradley. For In the chair. This session will be County.

hot the Edenfield Jew- awarded two bronze battle elicited by their capable performance. $483.700. the Whites: Ends, Knight and climaxed with a Fellowship Dinner

I Jacksonville, Is now ocp stars during his service In New Two accordion solos by Al The arrival of early produce Sapp; Tackles Weldon and Hall; at the Avery Inn at A o'clock. Funeral Saturday

Harley p. Strong, Jew- Guinea and in the Philippine Lib- Stefanelll were warmly receivedby movement of string beans Guards, Turner and S. Crews; Dr. Stoker, executive secretary of

watchmaker eration Campaign. In assignmentwith the Rotarians saw direct a from farm to Jacksonville, Center. Johns; Quarterback, Alvarez Toccoa, Ga., will present pictures, For Mrs. LevitonMrs

| c ntly Mr. Bessent '- the Air Corps his duties Between numbers Mr. Bates dls- ; Halves, Anderson and "T h e Romance of Evangelism",
punfrom of
amount selling
U B. Alexander of were related to the physical fit- cussed some of the problems that and a certain stated 'Douglas; Fullback, E, Crews. after which an election of officers Teresa Bennett Leviton.
that In
the building at 145 West ness of combat pilots under the are encountered in developing( ai J in Lawtey. was I will be held.Sunday 69, died In New Orleans Thursday
formerly occupied by the 5th ASAC command.A successful high school band, and recent weeks some 3000 baskets Youth Arrested morning at 8 o'clock a of last week while visiting

Army< Stores. Documen- physician here from 1938 until announced that a long-cherished j were sold at about (3.50 per I : I "watch and testimony" service her daughter Mrs. H. L. Brownlee -

| PI Indicated a sale price his entry Into service in 1942 goal-uniforms for the players bushel hamper, but that pickinghad Impersonating will be held, to which all ministers Jr, She was the widow of

Mr. Bessent stated that the doctor Is' now residing with would be realized next season. now subsided with the dropIn Federal Officer of the city are especially In- the late Morris Leviton and they

"i ding would be recondl- his wife and two children in their Members of the band who en- price to $1.50. Farmers, it vited. Visiting laymen will be made their home In Starke for 49
was said did not believe that this assigned to various churches of years prior to his death In 1938,
IIId made ready for oc home on N. Bay street. Joyed the luncheon were Lyle An A blonde young man who open
In paid them to haul to market with the community to speak at the operating a tailor and pressing
the Reddish Peggy
near future. (derson, Margaret ly sported a .32: calibre automatic
Moore the cost of a hamper set at 25c: morning! hour Sunday afternoonthe shop on West Madison St. Since
Licenses Anne Wiggins, and Joyce and cartridge belt and variously
Flying Crosby and and the picking at-BOc per ham Convention will gather at 2:30: Mr. Levlton's death, Mrs. Leviton
Marilyn described himself FBI
[ clarinets), an
* Completingwind Issued ,Here Marian Brown (saxophones), Lou per. Growers expect a rise in agent and a private detective, o'clock for song and praise, and had lived with various) relative,

) Campaign Edwards (piano). Billy Smith price and Increased shipments. last Sunday enjoyed the sights of the final message by the outstanding She was born In Echols County,
Austin Bell of Starke. and Captain Faxon (cor- real estate man of Miami Oa. Surviving are, the daughter
(baritone), Buddy Call street at his leisure-up until
I; to his Starke.,head. Aubrey Daughtery. medical II net), Billy Miles and Joe Mon- Rites Tuesday. the moment he wa collared and -Kenneth Keyes. Mrs. Brownlee at-, New Orleans),
, the weekend officer stationed at Blanding. were Brown- i The public ls, Invited to attendall La., two brothers O. M. Bennettof
I/ follow- telth (trumpets), :Madge For Charles A. Hall arrested by Patrolman W. E.
ii appearances 50 recent recipients of private flying :lee (mellophone), Janet Anderson Thornton. He even carried a private sessions Starke and Noah Bennett of

the Interest of hisf cantor license at the Conway Airpark.The (cymbals). Betty Ann Flynn (bass Charlie A. Hall, 69, life long detective's badge, but that Haylo, Oa.; and four sisters Mrs.

, the ?. S. Senate. Lexconfidence" It was announced this week. drum), Billy McCall and Lloyd resident of Bradford County, died :wasn't quite enough. Rites SaturdayFor Ada Smith Mrs Rosa Smith and
instruction -
brner fliers received their local Mrs. Sherman
Congressman' exIUP'eme Cheshire. Grlder (snare drums), Al Stef- at the home of his son. Wilbert i Inquiries brought informationthat Clayton Revels of Jacksonville
from Pilot Ralph and :Mrs. Will
of soloed during anelli (accordion). Hall, In Hampton Sunday night. the man, Travis Jenkins of Kemp of
Uon In the May 7 prl- Various others have weeks It was Junius M. Smith club secretary, He had been in failing health for Tampa, was wanted by Federal Funeral services were held Sat Jacksonville Beach.

the past three who has just returned for the many years. police. A wire from the proba- urday, April 27 at 2 p. m. at the !I| Services w ere held Saturday

':ted tha.t during the re.f stated. Richard G. Kldd, of the Rotary Conference in Miami, gavea Mr. Hall Is survived by his tion officer at Tampa Instructed New Hope Cemetery near Mayo afternoon from DeWItt C. Jones

. /: : ; his campaign beft Starke Major Airport, said that John V. brief report of the three-day wife, Mrs. Hester Prevatt Hall; Thornton to hold him for the US for Clayton E. Revel. 50. who chapel the and Interment lot followed In
family In
hie candidacy! intI received his license .last meeting. four daughters. Mrs. Alta Young- Marshall In Jacksonville. died from a self-inflicted gunshot Crosby Lake

counties In Florid. Grant Theodore Goodge I, S. G. Denmark manager of the blood, Waldo; Mrs. Cl mmie Par- Jenkins, who seemed rational wound Thursday. April 25 at his Cemetery.I .
his week and Co.. was welcomed I I I I
t 'Denmark Furniture of home in Green Cove Springs Mr
Lucille Klckllter his behavior
speaking campaign Rhoden members of a tin and Mrs. enough explained by
and W. C.
h a little into the club as a new had been In ill health for G. Grows
Revels Hayes
late due to WI class of 15, made solo hops on Tampa and Mrs Marjorie Was- saying that he had been out for .

.. th reSult of injuries Tuesday and Wednesday with member. din, Jacksonville? four sons, Oscar a good time. The nature of his the past year. i i'Fine Irish Potatoes
e Mr. Revels, with his had
family, ,
Navy crime not known at
whUe alleged was
Instructor.In Waldo Roosevelt. Tampa;
L. as ; I
::nc Theatre Ware Roy Sleg Fairbanks Awarded this writing although the man lived In Starke for the past five I II
of discussing prospects for a Clyde Jacksonville and Wilbert. I N. G. Ifayes, farmer of the
until 21 before his
th COnducted a whirlwind Civil Air Patrol In Starke. Major Hampton; and two brothers, B. himself told Thornton that he years Just days Brooker section, has< 14 acres of

ra.e stale-Probably one Kldd said that the Importance of II. N. Fairbanks, former Starke Power ; Hall and W. H. Hall of Hampton. had stolen an automobile. death when they moved to Green 'the finest potatoes he ever grew,
It Florida Cove.
' POlitical drives In was well manager for the i I and among the best ever seen In
t such an organization ) Funeral services were held In 'I
history.le now on sick Survivors are his wits ThelmaT.
and Light Company LONG BRIDGE CHURCH
that no definite this county. County Agent IA T.
realized, but the Hampton Christian Church
Revel, three Judson
leave and ten other Services will be held Sunday sons p.1
Its who
been taken for > Dyer, recently visited Mr.
with the Rev.
yet afternoon
Eggs from the company's offices I Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock: at the Long Revels, Clayton E. Revel. Jr., and Hayes farm, brought back to the
sponsorship here.Campaign Fred Dodd, pastor, officiating.
the state, have been Jackie R. Revels; two daughters.
throughout Bridge Christian Church with a I Telegraph office four fine ..peclI -
Crew Department Certificates Catherine T. Revels and Mrs. W.
har: hen of Lawtey has a .For DadDick awarded for War their patriotic services GIRL SCOUT NEWSThe speaker provided by the Laymen's E. Griff; his mother Mrs. Ella,I I mans, averaging one pound each.

Which one day as regional and post coordinators Convention now in session In Revels pf Mayo; four brothers,(I I Mr. Hayes) U selling his crop

erg'uaen. averaging four Poston and Bryan Poston. under the Utilities Girl Scouts held their regular Starke. Although this Is not aregular Troyet LBbn ahd Decatear. Revels through the LaCrosse Potato

''P next day as If to were In Starke Monday In the In- Wartime Aid Program. The meeting Wednesday an- day for services at the of Mayo and Eugene Revels Growers Association and recelying -

lnIaIlthe ..- ** one. terest of the candidacy of their) awards were made early this week J other Is scheduled for the same of Tampa and three sisters, Im- $4 per l00-pouod"bae. He Is

about C whlch only father. A. A. (Barney) Poston., banquet of the Southeastern time next week. All girls are Long Bridge Church, It is> hoped ona Revels of- Mayo, Mrs. John grading out from BO to 94 percent
'n at a
Ames ounce Th1a hap who 4s a candidate for the place Electric Exchange at Edgewater asked to attend. Vivian McRae that a large ,congregation will at Putney of Miami and Mrs. Rudolph of number one*. The potatoes) are

a week. ,Elma being vacated by E. S. Matthews Park Miss. 'and Idell Landrum; Scribe. ,tend. .this special service. ? dch aofnJaedkns1nC:! V le. .of* the, I'ontUO' ,variety. ,
of Starke. I -O < s-
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: e e e e e e e e e e e eState on the Farm, her former home I l I. e e e e e e e e eral weeks leave with his family. area and had '1'

I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH for several days, visiting with ;; .1 l Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth tloned In China recently

Farm various friends. HamptonBy and brother, Thomas. Mr. and Mrs
L. R. Lambert of Clarence
Washington ,
Mrs. J. E. Chambers left Sunday
Established 1877 By Mrs. Bryan WbltfleM for Live Oak and Wakulla Mrs. M. O, Sweeney D. C., arrived Sunday to visit' Mr. MIss Ann McLendon,

______ Editor and Owner .' e e e Mrs. Horace D. Bennett and
R. I. Matthew e e'e e e e e e e s e e where she Is visiting her sons e e e eS e e. and May. Mrs Olin Hicks,

BRIDGE CLUB MEETS and their families. GRADUATES LUNCHEON Lambert 'came several weeks ago Jacksonville spent

tel.4' Weekly oo Fridays and Entered ... Second CUM Matterat Arrangements of corn flowers, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yarbrough The graduating eighth grade and has been enjoying the Florida Mrs. Woodrow Hicks.Sunny'
springtime. They will return
the Pant Office .t Starke. Florida. nasturtiums and sweet peas lenta of Gainesville were Sunday visitors was given a farewell luncheon by Sincere sympathy
shortly to Washington. of
festive air to the home of Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Yar- the seventh grade in the school munlty I. extended the
cafeteria at noon last Thursday. Carlos Burton, son of Mr. and aid Adkins In 10(11
brough. the
Tom Conners when she entertained .
It Seems That. Mothers and close relatives of Mrs. Henry Burton, arrived home her mother, Mrs. recent d
the State Farm Bridge Club Mrs. Charlie Andrews spent LYdIa
the graduates were also guests, last week after receiving: his discharge of Lake Butler, Prl
Wednesday afternoon of last several days during the past week and
Florida Farm Bureau has abandoned its tradi- beside the teachers. The entire from the V.. .S. Marines Hazen on the to
weelr. Prize awards among the .with her husband in Augusta Ga receiving I death ofi ilk
the He served two in the Pacific
seventh years B. M.
tional policy of hands-off in civil elections and has three tables of players were aa Mr. and Mrs. J. B.' Stricklandand ; line grade at composed the cafeteria entrance 1 Hazen of Brooke.

follow.: high stationery, to Mrs.P. son, Johnnie of Gainesville
grimly announced its intention of waging an i and attractive floral place
D. Fancher; second high, tea were guests of Mr. and Mr A C.
..j campaign to, get out the farmer vote in the primary ,cards with fresh spring flowers
J, Godwin
towels, to Mrs, O. and
:. electiott next Tuesday, May 7. T unprecedented i bingo pot holders to Mr. H. M. Davis Wednesday. .enhanced the tables. Mrs. Hazel SEE FLY

x. action, taken by the state board of directors after a Rlcharde. In guest bingo Mrs. R. During the week-end Mrs. A. C.I:Thomas, cafeteria supervisor, & BUYthe
Davis and daughter, Joyce, attended
served fried chicken
referendum conducted among the Bureau's component P. McLendon won pot holders. tempting
: county organizations, comes as an answer to the,challenge Additional tea guests were Mrs church services and visit :with salad vegetables cake and
ed relatives and
( presented by the CIO-PAC, which is making obvious Bill Godwin and Mrs. H. O. Bates. Waldo. In Graham tea. Other guests were Mrs. AnnR.

efforts to dominate Florida politics.The Refreshments consisted of a variety Guy and R. F. Touchton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams
Farm Bureau is newly organized in Bradford of drinks and sandwiches. visited their son and hisfamily Emory Guy, who recently returned Piper.Cub

County and it remain to be seen how effective its COMMUNITY CLUB In Tallahassee Monday and Tues from Philadelphia, Pa.,

members can make themselves on election day. Thereare With the president Mrs J. G. day. During their absence Mrs. I where he has been In defense work i ,. .. .

4,520 men and women qualified to vote in this Godwin presiding, the "regular T. E. Andrews of Tallahassee and for the past five years, left last I

county at the present time, but if the election next meeting of ,the Community Club Mrs. Senle Pinder of Bradenton week fdr Ft. Lauderdale after,I FLIGHT INSTRUCTION
held last afternoonIn i were here with their sister, Mrs. spending several days at the
Tuesday runs true to form less than one out of every was Tuesday .
four will go to the polls. The Bradford Bureau is stag the club room With Its beauty ,J. C. Williams and are still the home of his mother Mrs. Ann R.I by Ralph Cheshire

ing a picnic-rally at the Farmers Market today in an enhanced by the effective use of guests of Mr. .and Mrs. Williams Guy.Friends. here of Mrs. Mary
and Mrs.
blossoms.On Williams Sr.
a profusion of summer
effort to create, interest in a campaign that has been this occasion Misses Lila Rae Harrison of St. Augustine were I ", I .. .-
It is that all of the farm- .
unusually apathetic. hoped and June Caldwell presented a e e e e e e e e eyeSunnybrook grieved to hear of her death in

ing population of Bradford County, and others too, will musical program. Mrs. L. F that city on April 16. Mrs Harrison

heed the warning of' the Farm Bureau and turn out Chapman and Mrs. Fielding Chap IIve'1'here for several years Conway-Libby U-FIy-It Service

at the polls en masse next Tuesday. man were hostesses for the after with her sister Mrs. John Lovett.
By Mrs. O. E. Crosby About two years ago Mrs. Lovett
noon and served Ice cream and .
cake. s e e e e e e e e a e sold the home place to M. M. CONWAY AIRPARK

Hess and moved to St. .Augustine.,
large crowd attended church
Following lengthy over Mrs. Harrison was a native of
services at Corinth Church Sun 4 Blocks West of Union Bus Station
Pfc William Garland Godwin
seas, England but had been a naturalized -
Highway 13-3 Miles North of Starke day night. The former., pastor,
arrived In California Monday and U. S.. Citizen for many years. Phone 32
or 147 2
Rev. E. M. Batten of Folkston, Ring
communicated by'phone with his Waldon Wadsworth of the Merchant
For The Best Of "J-.- Ga., preached the evening .
parents Mr. arid Mrs. J. G. Godwin Marines Is enjoying a sev-
and Mrs. O. C.
Tuesday night. He was trans
Fried Chicken Shrimp and Mr. and Mrs. McClaud and
Oystersor I
ferred Friday to Camp'LeJeune.N. '
children of Lake Butler
C. with his discharge. to be were
Steaks visiting Mr. and Mrs. Otis Craw ITCH
effected there on May 3. '
ford Sunday.
Little Bobby Dukes came Wed O'NWAY'Sl
Mr. and Mrs. Mills Kelly and ,
nesday from St. Vlncent'a Hospital Are you tormented with itching of
In Jacksonville to live with children of Lake Butler spent Saturday .examspsoriasis, rashes, first aid
night with his brother-in- athlete's foot eruptlona, rectal Itch.
When Your Tires Are Slick Time to Recap! his R. Holmes.grandparents Mr and Mrs. M. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs C. C. Ins afflictions or other For externally quick caused relief akin and ii' Service' Station!

good results tine
RECAPPINGAND E. D. Mobley returned Friday MENT. Developed for the boys In
From Miami where he attendedthe Our entire community was saddened the Army, now offered to the folks PHONE 147 RINO X FOR SERVICE
VULCANIZING by the death of Bob Cone back home. White, greaseless, an-
State Convention for
ALL SIZE TIRES Druggist last week. A large number attended tiseptic. Safe for babies or chil
several can't forget
days.Scoutmaster dren. A name you
his funeral at Dyal Ceme- Oil Changing
tery Thursday afternoon. r '
Rev. L. A. Shepherd and W. N. old!! !. Starke krCARPKNTKK'S Greasing
t -aa.r>r 24-HOUR SERVICE Mrs. W. T. Crosby and Marlon Dltl/O STORK!
North went to Ocala last Friday
Reddish of Lawtey were called to Waxing
BEST MATERIALS night to attend a district Scout
Jacksonville Saturday by the Illness ,
I GRADE "A".RUBBER meeting. of their brother Jesse Hll- Washing
Little Miss Ruth Beasley of l
i llard. They returned Sunday and -
,| Workmanship Guaranteed. Lake. Butler spent the weekend Polishing
I with her relatives Mr. and Mrs.R Mr. Milliard's condition Is greatly Tire
I Repairs
PHONE 79 Improved. _
W. Branneh. II
Mr. and Mrs. 'Randolph Crosbyof
1;?r. and Mrs. C. D. Whltaker of Jacksonville spent Friday with Ii I ELECTRIC ARC WELDIN
Marianna were luncheon guests of
STARKE TIRE SERVICE his parents, Mr. and Mrs.! C. C.
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Godwin on Crosby. i .-
Thursday of last week.S. .
Mrs. Alex Barnes has returnedto AMOCO GAS
Sgt. Jack D. Bradley wentto ONE HOUR
.1 Adjoining Temple Garage Temple Ave. her home after having been .
'Miami Sunday In acceptanceof confined to Alachua County Hospital TAe OfAet 7tzlloUl OIL & GREASE
the two weeks' stay there offered
for 10 days. We are glad
by the Government. to ex-: afford' accident
that she Is Can't
J, ,; rapidly Improving.
prisoners of war. Quaker, State .
J. A. Odom of Camp Le Juene either. Automobile Lia-
N. C. was the overnight ,guest Insurance Oil
GET THE bility protects
of Mr. and Mr. C. H. Cope on

ON PURE LINSEED OIL Monday.Mr. SPEEW.SURERELIEF YOU In case of an acci- Sealed Containers

and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and dent. -
daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. RIDE


It Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns and Charley E. Johns BATTERIESNow

. son, Kenneth of Belle Glade visIted .
Mr.. and Mrs. Lawrence Dug- Agency LINES, Inc.
QUARTS 75c each
. ger during the past weekend en Phone IS 8TAHHE, FLA.Reprwentlns BUSSESFor
1. route to Baker County on business. BISMR5F"

Gallons 2.75 each Visitors of J. L. Robinson and Safety "SIJIA1m/: I

Mrs. W. H. Parker Thursdaywere Comfort & Economy

SKY BLUE HAVANA BROWN Mrs. Fitzgerald Mrs. Christine of Clinton Stout, Mfch.and Carpenter's Drug Storr THE TRAVELERS.Hartford Phone 147 Take Care 0111

AUTUMN BROWN WHITE CREAM In giving the name of those I
participating In the hay ride In

last week's note those of Dewey

, Thornton, Julian Dobbs and Miss

Mary Lou Yarbrough were Inadvertently -:
.' Subject to Stocks on Hand omitted. I you see it Have a Coke

Pvt. Robert Markham, former
'. Farm resident *all the dinner
CO. fuest of Mr: and Mrs. Roy Markham -

at noon Monday. He Is visiting

Phone 8 Starke, Fla. Florida relatives while on :r
furlough from Ft. McClellan Ala. _

pending transfer to Brunswick, _
New Jersey.

Together with her daughter

Miss Jacqueline Woodward of

ELECT Tampa Mrs. J. W. Woodward ._
spent Monday and Tuesday with t III ofNI
Mr. and Mrs. Bard Gale In Palat-

ka. Mr. and Mr '. Gale and little

J.P. Make' ROBERTS daughter, Sharon, and Miss Wood

ward were Easter guests of Mr.

and Mrs. Woodward here.

REPRESENTATIVE Mrs. R H. Tyson visited relatives
and friends In Jacksonville

during the past week. -
To The State
). Miss Mary Lou Yarbrough was

the guest of Mr. and Mrs Johnine .
." From Bradford County B. John at KIngsley Village Mon-

day night.V. .
HE STANDS FOR: N.. GeIger of Jacksonville y _

spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.
IIOHpital J. M. Bradley.Mrs. _
(b'; For Bradford County>> J. G. Godwin and Misses
Luella and Melvene Davis Lila
4z -, More Rae and June Caldwell Melba _
State & Federal Fund
Stringfellow and Pauline Branncn
For Roads. In County enjoyed a cajndy making at the

J home of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. _

Harilfturfaclng Main LateralRoads Brannen Tuesday night. i
e Throughout County' Mrs. Edgar Flllyaw returned to _
her home In Lake Butler Friday

after having been the guest of
y I Better Public School. Monday.Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Young since .friendliness and refreshment go togetherWhen t

More Adequate CPO and Mrs. Kenneth Carlton
School Lunch Program and children Kenney and Judy the gang gets together at their favorite meeting place you can

Increased were of dinner Mr. and guests Mrs at J.noon W. Wood'Sunday bet things pick up and start moving. Have a Coke sparks off the proceedings. r

w Old Age Pension ward.Chief Phm. M 1-c and :Mrs. Roy For the friendly pause with sparkling Coke is a happy bond

McMillan and little daughter, with the crowd. There's
young friendly magic in its refreshment
NO NEW TAXES Judy of Crescent City spent Sunday

FOR ANY PURPOSEA Millan.with Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mc: Enjoy it yourself. Coke ..CocaCoU.nd

Vote for Roberta Is A Vote Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ducharme of .. "Coca.Cclla-. it. abbrSstte trde
Clearwater and Mrs. Sid, Dobson COMPANY Cok."... the

For: Your Own Best Interests ,of of 'Mr.Starke and were Mrs.,luncheon E. O. Land guests last STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. luet.oTh.CocCoU uhkh; cII lP1f4Uk w

Thursday. Mrs. Dodaon. remained

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S. 19i5 BAflro1covr1TTLIGnApu_ : KTAM .. FLORIDA PAGII: I '
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Discharges LOOKING FORWARD '':.Ie.'OUNTY'T. FLOR'\,BRADFORD 1e CHA.NBenjamin NOTICB OF TAX APPl.lrATION DICED FOR 1 I Baltimore, state Avenue of Kansas., City of Lawrence r Bible Story Hour'','odist Recreation Bulldlne -- I r

nt Oldfleld H.B.e Hill !%.. 1JM3! You are required to appear on'Ala Jeanette' Priest served a. ........ ,
W. W. Plaintiff .
By vi
R. BCOKr'nf Mona 18 HEREBY GIVEN. tTiat 1$. 1946 In the above nam. I
Clarence Oldfleld jpefendant. Ca. \v. H. Edwards Jr. There and Mrs. W. J. Churclrw
rgeant L. 13. z4o. 4557 the holder of ert Ceurt and cause wherein plaintiff were 82 children present i -

Mr and Mrs. OUUKn.:: OF PUBLICATION the said following certificates certificates for has filed seeks divorce. Bradford County Tuesday afternoon at the Community ; ducted the class. All children '
his a tax deed -
,0 received Sunday was another high day In AND to Telegraph shall publish this Order
I": of Starke.the service at Starke starting at the New Bethel TATE OF FUmtDA APPEAR to Mona be numbers Issued ajtd thereon.years of The Issuance certificate the In Witness next four my weekly hand and Issues.. official seal Bible School in the Meth .Invited each week. I !

from April 13 Baptist Church with Sunday Oldflehl, whose residence and ad description of the property, and the ttStarke. Florida, thl" AprIl 16. I
N, C. on : dress In. 81 Stearns Avenue. Lawrence a----- _
names In which It ____
was aim s ed areas -------------- -p p t
Bragg the Army. He School at 10 a. m. Deacon Hank- Mann. follow. I,
: .1
"s months earlY, training at Camp] erson was at his post.with full May You 20,lrt 1946"nulrsdi, In the to above appear named on suance Certificate 1942.Description. No. 91 Year of 18'1 A.If. O.Clerk Brown of said, Stark.Court., Fla. For SafelY, Comfort and Economy J t tA tl

\\1 served' overseas with staff at the 11:30: service which Court and cause, wherein plaintiff of Property: WU Atty. for IMt. 4.19 4t (.10iv "

and of the 65th was filled with the Holy Spirit.At Necks divorce car and cue RE'4 of NEK Sec. 12. T 12, 5 "" lt':
Infantry tody and control of minor child- I
R. 22 E. containing
lit 3 p. m. the Sunday School, r<,n. Brndforcl County Telegraph Name In which assessed 10 acres.II. \ "I: (..,rl'.T cot'iir.' BRADFORD I''
wounded onMs BYPU and League Conventionwas shall publish this order In next Havllnnd. tie >TY, FLOItlDAI IV CHANLuclous'Aklns. COKKECT '
F was four weekly I88U.... Certificate No. 104 Year of Is.suunce. i ('KILT I :e
in Germany and held and was better than Witness niv hun and official. s..a l 1942. Plaintiff ".. ISvelynW. l INFORMATION JUS i

months in a. hoeneaf ever... The main speaker was the at 1946.Starke. Florida this April, 12 Description of Property: Lot 25 I W. Akin, Defendant Case No. LJA 141

everal Paris. He wears two Rev. E. J. Madison, who gave a OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. 22 In 1'Woodlawn:. containing Sec.10 15 acres., T. 5 S, H. ORDER OF1 PUBLICATION Please l'hon. 147 "7 t tp"

Purple Heart.Bering burning message. A solo was As Clerk of Maid Court. Name In which asnesHetl Stanley' AND NOTICB TO APPEAR rs S _Js Sr -aIido ,
r ( the By Lucille C. Conner D. C. Brunduge.Certificate. STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Evelyn
the service he given by Prof. L. W. Williams Wm. D. Morgan Fifth Floor Clark Nov 107 Year of Issuance W. Akin.. whose residence la unknown Florida Greyhound Lines Inc. Busses i I

manag* of a who was at his best. The collection I'ulldlngJacksonville, Florida. 1942.Description. ,
tl1nt AU). for Plf. 4-19 4t 510MOTICE of I You are required to appear on
W of
exchange. was $63. : % May In the above named UNION BUS STATION
&gP t |J. 1946
| ] Lot $0 In Woodlawn, Sec. IS, T. S S. wherein plaintiff
-- At Mt. Moriah the congregation : OF MPRCItL '" \,,'ra-R'S R. 23 B. containing 5 acres.Name Court seeks and cause divorce. BradfordCounty Temple Av*. U\CV CONWAY, Agent Stark \ n. ;
ftael of Mr.trl MALM In which assessed Avery shall publish .,--_ : I
son _
M. Mutt Jr., celebrated the ground-breaking NOTICE IS HKKliUV GIVEN that 1.. Keever. this .lir..rx& four weeklyIssues. TO ---- -- -- -f

Sam Mott of Brooker for their new church with a wonderful under and by virtue of a Final Hecree'made Certificate 1942.Leiuc.rlptlon. No. 10S Year of Issuance official .. .........-"'"'''...IWNUtlUUUI''. ''; UWHIUUIWIIWHWIUIIUMU.''' '' ..MtWUt', ,.,......,_""'"'''',_...,.,.............. ; i
at the Jackson- outdoor service. Everyonewho and entered on the 13th 0'' Witness my hand and
hareed of
day of April A. It 1948, by the Property: S.fa seal at atarke Florida this April
'aval Personnel Separation wished to shovel some dirt Honorable A. Z. Adklns, Judge; of Lot 8In Woodlawn, See. IS T. S 5. 10, 1546.OFFICIAL. Tile PINE TREE: : ENN :

Tuesday April 16. He was allowed to do so at $1 per the Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial i4. Name 22 E., containing In which t assessed acres. A. ( SEAL) A. 3. Thomas
on 2-c. Circuit of Florida. In and for Bradford As Clerk of said Court.
rating of Seaman shovel. County In Chancery In favorof Stoker. I ny Lucille C. Conner, D. C.1I..h .
1 1-2 Allies South of Starke Road 28 !
the Navy In M. H. Herlong as plaintiff and Certificate No. 159 Year of Issuance / H. Douglas, Gainesville, Fla. on
It entered his boot Back to Bethel for the 8 o'clock against Dorrls. L, Noeg-el and 140.. 1941.U"M..rlption. Atty. for r.f. 4-12 4t 5-1
3944 and received service and total collection for well II. Noegel, her husband, asdefendants of Properly: All N% !
Md. He of SKM4: of SWVi E of Ry. Sec. SC.C. .
at Balnbrldge. the day was $138. the undersigned aeIIpe..Ia.1 T. t S R. 22 K containing 11 rOI'RT. nilADFOHIJrnrsTV. :
g aboard the Brook- : Mauler In Chancery will offer acres.Name. IN CIRCI'IT. I"LORIU.tI iv tiiAm- Har-B-Q Beef & Pork Hamburgers Cold I

overseas 1944 and saw action at -Rev. A. Vlnson pastor bidder for xale for each and sell before to the the highest South In which assessed Federal I I CKIIY.Rlsle Iloast Beef & Pork Hot Roast Beef &

May Q. H. Little reporter. Front Door of the Court House Land Bank. : Helle Onrrett. Plaintiff vs.Wnymnn Pork Cheese Salami and all Sandwiches
and Southern' France atftarke I All of said property being In 1-). Uarrett Defendant. Egg

months' duty on the -- Bradford the legal hours County of, Florida.b..tw..n sale on, the County of Bradford State of Case No. 4459.OltflER . Soft Drinks, Coffee Beer & Milk.
he was transferred to their I The Mount Pisgah AMB Church Monday: May 6. 1946. \\eroef..t the I i' Florida.Unless .uch certificate or certl- I I NOTICE TO APPtfiAU:
r to recelvu I had a wonderful Easter service. equity, right, title and of testes shall be redeemed acc-ordlnR STATE OF FIX>IUDA to: Way- ,
Saturn prior The new 5-room parsonage Is : the said defendants, Uorrla U Noegel -I IhUBband. to law the property described In man l). 011'1'.11.1o..e residence
discharge. and Roswell II. Norgel. her such certificate of certificates will and address Is unknown. A Clean Place For Clean People

enter an elec- nearly completed. Everyone Is In and to the following j be sold to the highest. hldilfr" at the .i You are required to appear on ......... ,, ... ..
to tt !
MW plans the OI welcome to the services each Sunday described property Hltiiate. lying I court house- door on the first Monday May 20. 1946 In the nhove named int1IIItHft7IItBIIhuhII.r.: l.otIlIIlItIIIi.IIIlIwtI!: ::::: _!! :.. I IEARL'S
trade school l under and being In Bradford County In month of June, 1946 which Court wherein plaintiff
beginning with Sunday School Florida, to-wit: I is the 3rd day of June, 1946. seeks ; Bradford County
[ Rights. at 10 a. m. under the leadership The North thlrtv-three and four Dated this 23rd day of April Telegraph shall publish this Order
tenths (N. 33.4) feet of the Went. 1 fl 4ft. In next four weekly Issues. '
C Manassa, son of Mrs of .the pastor Rev. E. J. Madison. Half (W%) of Lot Five ((5) and (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, I Witness. my hand and official GARAGE
ert received The Starke Blue Caps baseball the South thirty-three and twotenths Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford seal at Starke Florida this April
Uanassa of Starke, Charge at Fort McPherson, club defeated the Alachua team (W%) of Lot Six (6) and (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Tboma., On '-IIalf Mile South of Stark on Road IS .

on April 22 after 26 months 10 to 0 on April 28., For your the(M 16.6)North feet sixteen of the and Went nix tenth Half NOT."tl I As- Clerk By nf Lucille said Court.C. Conner D. C.

rvice. He was a high speed afternoon entertainment come to (WH, of Lot Six (6) and all of The Board of Public Instruction' T. Frank I.nndrum, Starke. Florida.Atty 5-10. All Kinds of Auto Work
the West Half (W% ) of Lot Seven of Bradford County, Florida fot Plf 4-19 4t
operator with the 286th I Reno Ball Park Sunday at 4 p. m.'or (1) In Rlork Eight ((8) of for sale a school hu193D Ford

Assault Signal Co. \ ; another thrilling game. We Temple's. Addition to the Town of I truck. The Board will acept bids ALL WORKGUARANTEED USED Wrrrkrr Arrvlc*

welcome everybody. Starke: and all of the furniture until Monday May: 6th at 11:00 Political PARTS DAY>> OR NIGHT
located In the residence. situated A. M. at It. office at I the county I AUTO

,est T. Phillips son of Mr, on the above described lands belonging courthouse at Stark 4-26 Bradford 2t 5-S Announcements I
[rs. E. F. Phillips of Starke; Alvin O. Jenkins, Jr., St. 2-c to M. B. Herlong. County, Florida. S--S.,tess .t ts= -rs Sr SI S ,SSSp5-5 S IS, rSSSr S I.,SSSS \

on April 18 at returned to the States on March E. K. FERRYMAN As Special I.. .......l'IT rnn .... miAi Foiu> FOIl RKPRKNKVTATIVH:
Master. In Chancery. ColaTV. PI.OHIKVI IN: IIIANt'KRY. I I hereby announce my candidacyfor \
:McPherson Ga., after 25 18 from the Marianas Islands Joe Hill William I the office of Representative In

lot service. He spent eight and spent 55 days with his family William A. Cobb, Ernest: E. De Piazza, Plaintiff vs. the State Legislature' from Bradford nf the
Lake Butler Fla. Pluaaa Defen to the
Patricia lie : subject
: County
13 overseas with the 325th here. He will return next weekto Attorneys for Plaintiff. 4-26 2t G-3 dant. Case No. 4716. Democratic voters In., the May. 7th I S

r Inf., of the 82nd Airborne the USN receiving station in ORDEROK PUH-L1CATION\ primary. Your vote appreciated.Jake and supportwill I

ion. He wears the Good Con- Miami after re-enlisting In the IN cinrrrr CCRT.fOI'NTV. nix t UFOnll AND NOTICE OF FLOIUDA.: TO APPEARSTATE to: MAry bo greatly P. Roberts.FOU .
FLOHIUll 1M: CIIAMKatlierlne :
medal, the Distinguished egular Navy for two years. Before Patricia De PhURV h 0 us e residence -
Walwrath) and add r e,..s Is: 21 Park RKPRF.MKVTATIVKI I
Badge, and two Battle Stars. entering the service he was Plaintiff vs.1\[.Rlenisl Fowler II. Walwralh Avenue Orafton'I<'kland New hereby NTtTM announce my candidacyfor

a student at RJE high school. Defendant. Cane No. 4711. Zealand. reelection to the nfflce nf Stateitepresentative
required to appear on Bradford
You lire
following men have recently a s S S S S CS ORTER OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR May 27 1946, In the abovenarnpl subject to from the will of theVoters i & EVERYBODY
,td discharges from the Navy NOTICE Court and cause, wherein County, 7th Primary.
HtenrlIt. the Stay I IAT
FLORIDA to: at
STATE OF Bradford
seeks divorce. Session ENJOYS EATING
ckionvllle: whose residence and plaintiff Having served. In the 1945
HillBy Walwrath Telegraph. shall publish gained
ward W. Davis A-S, Route Clay address Is: Hotel Treves., Portland thIs Order In next four weekly Is and I feel friendships that the created experience. will he of

like. Oregon. required to appear on sues.Witneus official great value to the people of Bradford
Lura You are hand and
Burgess my It Jam reelected -
otard D. Peek, ETM 3-c, May 27, 1946. In the above nam.,1Court Heal at Starke, Florida, this April County and office.Florida
S S S a a I and Cause, wherein plaintiff of 25 1946. to this and support will be The PARK CAFE
t. seeks divorce and restoration OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Your vote
Ihard T. Jones F 1-c, Starke. WHEREIN I CLOSE MY SCHOOL maiden name. Bradford County A. Clerk of said' Court. highly appreciated.N. D. WBlnwrlcht. Jr.
OrderIn .
Telegraph shall publish this By Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
next four weekly Issues.Witness T. Frank I/andrum starfce, Florida .
NOW I SHALL TAKE TUB my hand and official Ally for 1>lf. 4-" 4t 6-17 TO the MnlirirU. VXe.ru ot OevntyCnmmtMloaer
seal at Stark Florida, this April IMntrlrt No. XBradford
ROAD WESTWARD. Delicious Regular Meals
IN THE CHAMBER OPfElICE 23, 1946. i\ CIRCUIT cot per nn" )ponnCOUNTY. ('0..'''. Klorld '
and build.ORIDAUVRATONE "' OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas FLOltlllll I* CHAN- announce my candidacyfor
help 1'will take my pipes and go now As( Clerk of said Court. fKRY.Shirley I hereby re-election .. County Commissioner Healthful Vegetable Plates

and God go with you all. Lucille C.' Conner. D. C. Peacock Nudler Plaintiff, of District No. .. subject to

And keep all sorrow from, you and T By,' Frank' Landrum. Stark.., .FI,!. vs. David Nadler. Defendant.. Case 5,". Primaries. In May. If re-elected for! i Short Orders '.... :
tt 517IN to WOrK
4-2 .
: for Pit. No. 4677. I promise to continue -
the dark hearts load; Atty. '- ORDER OF PUBLICATION; the ....t 'Interest of the District .. : ...__ ,.J: 0.,.. ,

t will fake my 'pijjes and go now : CIRCl'IT COURT. BRADFORD. STATE AND NOTICE OF FIXmiDA.TO APPEAR to: David and Upon the this County promise as a I whTole.respectfully I

.g for I hear the summer call COUNTY VXOHIUAl IN CHA.CEJt' : ". whose residence and ad solicit your vote and active supporton

;; ;j And hear the pipes a-slng- Angela ;::..1:1'1. 4431 Winchester Avenue May 7th
H A MOB. UFK.IIV1LAXATIVE you'll Olno Pratelll. Plaintiff vs. Atlantic City, New 3..ey.You Yours very truly If Clothes Could Express
ing as I pass along the road. Rapetto Pratelll, Defendant. CaseNo. are required to appear on IS. L. CRAWFORD.

v Byrne. 4710. May 13 1946 In the above named -
JR i! ORDER OF PUBLICATION Court and cause wherein. plain-
AND NOTICE TO divorce, Bradford FOR
tiff seeks TheIrh
( HEALTH There comes an end to every STATE OF FLORIDA to: Angela. County Telegraph shall publish 5.. myself 9 as a 9

thing as time marches on. My Rapetto Prate III. whose residenceand this. Order In next four weeklyIssues. I hereby announce Commissioner
Sardecna for County
address let: 105 Corso candidate
school is out and the house was No. 2. Having served
Italy. hand and nfflcl.lII'eal from District
Genoa, Witness my for on.
t.rS s-s,-4-_ S S S crowded for the Baccalaureate You are required to appear on at Starke, Florida. this April a. county commissioner fully quail- Feelings. .

i""I: sermon. I was so proud and hap May 27 and, 194 cause, In, the wherein above plaintiff namedCourt 10.(OFFICIAL 194.. SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs fled term and I feel If that elected I am will county give the.

shall when read this Annulment. Bradford CountyTelegraph of said Court. second district and the
pyI you seeks Clerk of which ('I
1Ik... ( shall publish this OrderIn By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. a whole the best service
.,: be going westward. Florida has next four weekly Issues.Witness T Frank I.andrum, Stark Fla.Atty. I am capable. Edwards.. OF COURSE THEY
-JJ I been my happy home for almost my hand and this officialseal April for 1>lt. 4-12 41 t-3 \Y. Mitch \ CAN'T, BUT JUST
Florida, -
.. .- five years and I shall get my visit 1946.at Starke iv cinrrrr rornr-- RRADFOIIDOflTY FOIl COI'VTY-COMMlVftlOVIfillUlslrlet : FOR TilE SAKE OF

.... .... over and hurry back. I have a (23 OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas KI.OHIUAI. I.V "''AN- No. 9 ARGUMENT LET'S
(;) ;"1111 waiting for As. Clerk of ssld Court. 4.FItY.Clara I wish to announce at this time
lovely room In Ry Lucille C. Conner D. C. Benedict Clements, Plaintiff my candidacy for County Commissioner PRETEND THEY CAN,

me and a letter from my hostess T. Frank I.andrum Starke.4-Z Florida 41 5-17, vs. Joseph Elwood No. 466S.Clements, De of District No. >3> of, Bradford Your Finest' Dresses and Suits Would Undoubtedly
MADE TO ORIJER saying "Go have a good time Atty for I'lf. fendant.ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND I .m County.a veteran of World War II Express Themselves As Being Well

OUR SPECAL'j'yEBAKERY then come back to us. Your room NOTICE TO APPEAR and served. In the European Theatre
it." ciRcriT COVRT. nitAiironnCOl'NTV. I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Joseph of War. Pleased With the Excellent Treatment They :
left '
will be waiting as you iv FLORIDA IV CIIA.M. Elwond Clements, whose residence If 1 am elected, you nay Impartial feel Receive in Our Plant Each Garment Is Processed >>
So with a prayer of thanksgivingand rtoiiv.Marie I.: 1237 Bluemunt Drive, Arlington assured of a fair and
heart at leav Dolby Westmoreland. Plaintiff Virginia. administration. to the best of my With the Car and Thoroughness ThatIt
ache in
an my A. Westmoreland required to appear on Thanking you for your consideration
Clifton You are ability.
ing dear friends I shall step on Defendant.. vs. Case No. 471S.OKDER May 13, 146 In the above named I amRespectfully Deserves.' If Your Clothes Could Speak-

the train. I shall dream of chil ANT NOTIff OF PUBLICATION TO APPKAU Court seeks anI cause divorce, wherein Bradford plaintiff 8.yours U. Denmark They'd Tell You So.

dren's voices I shall be readingthe STATE OF FLORIDA to: Clifton County Telegraph shall publish -

our Westmoreland, whose residence this Order In next four weeklyIssues. FOR, COTVTY COMMHHIOVKR\ \ _ _ _
Bible to them giving A. A. Westmoreland District V*. 4 C _ _ _ _
pledge to the flag, we shall be and address A UN 7RZ-7Z-48 Is: Draft No. 171111I Witness my hand and official At this writing I announce myself of I'HONE 135
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saying "Thanks" before we eat in % Fleet Post Office, Han Francisco, seal at Starke Florida, this April for reelection to the District Office 14.'.
6. 1946. County: Commissioner
the cafeteria. I love everyoneat California.You are required to appear on (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs 4, Hampton, Oraham and Thereasa ROBT. IJ9L..ihiicmfl
the prl
without In the above na.medCourt Clerk of said Court. to the Democratic voters In
Clay Hill. I think. May 21. 1946 cause. wherein plaintiff By Lucille C. Conner D C. manes May 7th If reelected to rem'"

doubt, this has been the happiest' and divorce and restoration ofmaiden Fleming, Jones, Scott A RotC. liar. thin office I will continue'to discharge GREEN .
I hope seeks Bradford County ..tt National Hank nalldtng. Jacksonville the duties connected therewith
I have ever taught. name. 3a.LJ..sw. Ate.FARMER'S
year shall publish this OrderIn Fla. Alt,. for Plf. In a fair and Imr.rllal man Owner .
when I return I 'shall be next year Telegraph four weekly Issuvn.Witness -' 4-13 4t. 5-8 ner. On that p oml. greatlyannrerlate 1333
official aral corwT. BRADFORD vote on May 7th.
successful and happySo mY hand and iv cntrriT your
Just as April 24, KI.OHIUAI IV fllft.VCKHY. .
!Starke' Florida. this (01 NTY. Thanks.
I shall goodbye and at Respectfully:. ,
say :
will SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Chester A. PenMrcord. Plaintiff. vs.hester
as the poem above reads you Court. A. Peddycora, Defendant. -

hear the pipes a-ainging as I pass _uy\x. rierk-L j "Ir..of'_>.sit,-.Id-,..-..-..-',.Starke.. TbUCIt -. Cr... Florida Case No. 4672.OI1DF.Il or. PUBLICATION FOR ..,...00'No.. ROAHDDlefrlrt t ,

along the road. The summer calls T. Prank I.anllrum, 1-28 .t II.IT AND NOTICE" TO APPEAR I I hereby announce myself. a candidate -
the wild wonderful west la await Atty. for Pit STATE OF FLORIDA to: Hester for member of the Board of .
Peddycord. whose residence Is: I Public Instruction. District 1. comprising -
PROMPT ing across the great divide. God COIRT I1RAIJFOIID A.Rout 3, Winston Salem North I North St.rke and Lawtey.Having .
bless you all-I know you all wish I.vruCtlT.LOR.DA. I"", Cl144Flay. Carolina.You served In this c.pa..ltr before SUPPLY
eOE'4TY. Ire required to appear on with three years
me God speed.-Love, Lura. (' PlaIntiff v... Ralph May 13. 1946, In the above named ef the board. I feel that I am fully
IDAHME'R'S Marl. 30n.. c... NI). nu Court and cause, wherein plain- qualified and If elected 1 1'1'0101.*
Jonee. D..t.ndant.PUBLICATIONANn tiff seeks divorce. Bradford to discharge the duties' connected
Of. Christ"A ; '
Church ORDER NOTI"fI 01" TO APPEAR County Telegraph hall publishthis therewith In an Impartial 1. H.manner.Moore. CORNER 10TH CHERRY STREETS
FI..nnIDA tOI Ralph Order In next four weekly r'-
GIFT SHOP Final Admonition" will be STATE OF residence Ia: 10 Ea- '"".... -
at Jonee, who' Wllmln.- Witness my hand and official FOR ." "00.. HOARIIDlatrlrt MIKE MARUCA, Owner
the subject at 11 a. m. Sunday more A"enu.. l"rack-.x.; seal at Stark. Florid., this April :*.. I

110 EAST CALL ST. the Church of Christ In Starke. ton 1 ,Delaware.are required to ppear named on U OFFICIAL 154$. SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs I hereby for re-election announce myself as member a candidate of-
That Cannot BMoved" 27. 154$. In the said Court. of I'ubUo Instruction for
PHONE: 66 "A Kingdom May wherein plaintiff Clerk of the Board
will be the evening topicat Court and cau. cuetody and .on- By Lucille C. Conner I>. C. District No. 1, comprising Lawteyand
Gainesville If re-elected
divores FlaA. atarke.
peeks Bradford If. DouglM. North
7:45. Mid-week Bible study: of minor child. .. D,,. 4-12 4t 52iv office j will eon
trot ChicOrder .tn.9 Important. ..__. ._._ TARPAULINS12x14
Wednesday. Tel..ph. .hall pubileb "I' -- '-'_ lor inv u.-u ,'M',.,..?-'.
County work
.U held at 7:43 p. m. four weekly I..uell. tlnue to I win
In nest CotcR'r.COt5TY. BRADFORD schools In the county.
officialceal cinrrrr of .11
? Come I and :
In that Kingdom mY hand vote and supportIn
CARPENTER'SDESCRIPTION Are you Witnee thl. April FLORIDA IV CIIA.V.Worh.ss appreciate your
Minister. at trke. coming Primary on May 7.
and see...-W. Herron, CIoRY. the 1520 .
24. 1948.OFII'ICVAI A. I. Thomas, Lola t.ee Plaintiff vs. Respectfully
( : SEAL) Court. Raymond K. Worb.se, Defendant. J. H. (Buddy) Norman.FOR .

'A. A. .POSTON&AKB. A.B,. Clerk Lucille of c.. .ald Conner Floor D. C. Clark C""DRD ER"OP PUBLICATION "CIIOOI.- BOtHU C $18 $34.

Wm. D. I"r..an. Fifth AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ),. Fia.Atty.
IUd.. Jack on"i1le. 4-21 4t 1-17 BTATE or FLORIDA to: Ray- I hereby announce my candidacyfer
for Plf. K. Worh.se. whose residence member of the l'oard of Pnblln
mond 4.40
'. District 3, subjectto Laying Mash -
&AKB p...... .L" and address Is unknown. Instruction from
COfRT. BRADFORD are required to appear on the will of the Democrat) votersIn
('OIJ-.TY.nnrrrr. rLOR.UAI IN cigas.CiciY. May 20 194.. In the above named the primary of M.y 7.position If elected I Starting Mash 4.75
rind wherein plaintiff this responsible
Jr p.rl.len. Plaintiff. ... Court leeks divorce.cu.'L Bradford. County premise to to carry out the duties ability.and et. Broiler Mash 4.75
Clt.rl.C best of my
.Defendant.ORDER the
C. Pari.ieI'. Telegraph shall publish thl. Order the office to

A Ca.Virginia, No. 4703.OF PUBLICATIONAND In rest Witness four my w.ekly hand Issues.and official active will support greatly and appreciate vot, on May your 7.. Pig Ration - 4.19

NOTICE TO APPEAR seal at Stark. Florida, this April ""'k B. Crosby.FOR 4.2S
1 Corn .
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Virginia 111. 11.'. Western a -
C. Pariiin. whose .residence OFFiCIAL SEAL) A. /. Thomas SChOOL Ne.HOARDnintrM S

is unknown.You .required to appaar on AS Clerk BY of Lucille said Court.C. Conner D. C. I hereby anounce myself a candidate .,-f

May 27.are"46. In the above plaintiff named T. Frank Lsndrom. 8t.rke. Florid.4t 1.1. for Inlltru..tlowt.DI.lrlct member of the Boaid 3. tompricing Ballard & BallardFEEDS

Court and cause, wherein Ur.dtord Count Att3. for pit. 4-1' Public Hrooker New ICIver Or..

:2lbJi..l; 4 2a'c .eCk. dl"orc.shall p..bll.h this Ordar P'ORO b.m and Hampton, subject to the

I.. Telo..raph tour weekly. t..a.. iv: MR"r.1',. FLORII coritT. IIRA I.V (;IIAN.CV.RY. will of the voters In the Democrat!* ;
c....... In next ... m" hand and official I COt TY. Primaries In May. If elected to H'a.

TATS HAILKOAOCOMMISJSIONEK 11..1 Wltn.at Mtark.. 'Iorlda Ibis April DorotbE.. Tompkins, Plaintiff. thl. office. 1 promise therewith to dischargethe In .
.. Defendant. duties :
19th ... Fred Ycuryote
A. S. Thomas Imp.rll.l m.nnr.
.. .... OFFICIAL SEAL) No. 4UO. f.lr .Md
.0. ( C. will be highly ap
..... .....-- A. Clerk of .aid Court.By ORDER OF PUBLICATION and support
..- D C.
PhOne flT ..b._ C. Conn.r, APPEAR
6 Lucilla NOTICE TO
STARKE VOTK A..*..ClAy.1h14 Law ExchangeBuildin AND preciatedYour respectfully
T.v C. Durr.n. OF FLORIDA to: Fred J.
5'4 J. Florida.Alt STATE s:. Lewi.
J..kllon"Ula. \
'The-j11 Service l ,. for.. I'lf. I-U U 1.17 Tompklns whose residence Is 1643 ,

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g4ta16 FOUR Y' MA,!

jl jlSOCIETY i and CLUBS Series of Parties Plan Silver Tea I'I'Episcopal Ladies PTA Fathers NightIs Memorial Day=; i

, Honoring Miss Harley The Junior Woman's Club of Give Silver Tea Successful Event Observed Friday

Popular Bride-Elect Starke will have a Silver-Tea on In Service Center Approximately 20 fathers and The w. T.
,J Miss McCullough Junior Club DanceIs Mrs. G. W. Roberts Mrs. Hal Thursday, May 23, at 4:30 o'clockin The Ladles Auxiliary of St. other guests enjoyed and a Fathers' i held Its annual tnemor1al Chip!
Night program supper
Weds Mr. ChesbroughMiss Enjoyable EventVases Edwards, Mrs. Effie :Miner, Mrs. the Woman's Club 'Building. Mark's Episcopal Church enter- sored by the PTA In the school In torlum the Bradford High 8th

Paul Dinkins and Miss Adele The proceeds of this affair will tained on Thursday afternoon of ,house Tuesday night. Friday morning
Estelle McCullough of of larkspur and other Dlnklns entertained with a tea and 1 go toward the Iron Lung Fund last week with a Silver Tea In the Mrs. L. A Davis,

Sampson City and Harold Howard spring flowers were placed about shower at the home of Mrs. Miner I which is being sponsored by the Church Service Center for the charge Mrs. L.of the A. program Canova In was the in gram.torian, was In charge of

Chesbrough of New York were the reception room of the club In Lawtey Wednesday, April 24, State .Junior Woman's Clubs benefit of the Center repair fund. auditorium and presented the following The stage
when the of Miss Clara Mae Har- at the door where
building Friday night In honor Guests were greeted j
quietly-married Saturday eveningIn : Group of songs by some were seated, beaZ
.Junior Woman' Club sponsored ley, popular bride-elect of May S. by Mrs. R. J. Davis and were directed was ]
Valdosta, Ga. Mr. Chesbrough WSCS To Meet 2nd grade pupils; piano solo by orated with baskets ]
Floor of pink tables Mrs.
a dance. baskets In the receiving line were the to the tea by and
Florence Brown; two Bongs by red and white
la still In service but expects to oleanders were placed at each side honoree, the hostesses, Mrs. A. H. O. L. Beasley and Mra. Mattie lilies and
meet children
Circles of the WSCS Will 3rd grade ; rhythmic play Confederate
be discharged soon and they will of the stage and white candles In Harley, mother of the bride-elect, Gahagan. Little Miss Frances and
3rd voice States
grade pupils
:;t. red and blue holders furnishedthe Monday afternoon at 3:30 p. m. Landrum held the silver offering by ; flags were COI\l\
make their home in New York. and Mrs. W. M. Blocker, Sr., of solo by Harold Godwin 1st grade; displayed.
: The lighting. These were placedon Neptune Beach, mother of the Circle One will be entertainedby
young couple were accompanied about the tray.Mrs. square dance by eight 6th grade meeting was
. by Mr. and Mrs. McCul Individual where tables dancing to the bridegroomelect.The Mrs. A. F. Sauls at her homeon L. F. Chapman and Mrs. children to 'Turkey in the Straw'; the singing of ope
large room II1erlca"
lough and, Buford McKinney. six-piece orchestra was enjoyed.Mrs. guests were Invited into McMahon St. and Circle Two Annie France poured tea and coffee three bird songs by Tommy audience Thla Was foU

;,1 J. R. Walnwrlght waa the dining room by Mrs Vernon will meet with Mrs. F H. Longat from a beautifully appointedtable Haines and Harold Godwin; and the flag salute; with N
Silcox and Miss Adele Dtnklns. covered with an Imported band from the 2nd grade leading In
rhythm the ;!
HessNettlesMr. chairman of the committee on arrangements her home on N. Walnut St. I I
lace cloth.
and assisting her The spacious living and dining Italian point de Venice under the direction of guest con United States flag anZJ

and Mrs. R. A, Nettles an- were Miss Fran Peek, Mrs. BIU rooms were beautifully decoratedwith spring flowers. Vases of flowers The centerpiece was a low bowl"'I ductor Tommy Halnes. to the Confederate flag f

nounce the marriage of their Powell and,Mrs. C. L. Hill. Mrs arrangements of.varicolored, about arrangement of pink' larkspur, I Following the program the The main speaker

daughter, Vera Imogene, to Har- Jeanette Kincaid, Mrs. Edward sweetpeas, gladioli and pink rose- were placed advantageously snapdragons and pink rosebuds. guests enjoyed a delicious supper i was Judge E. K. PerrynJ

old G. Hess of Hampton, son of Burns, Mrs. Ted Osborne and Mrs. buds.The the spacious rooms. Six guests Silver compotes holding pink and in the cafeteria prepared by PTA of a Confederate soldier*

Mr. and', Mrs. M. C. Hess. The A. W. Anderson served as chap- beautifully appointed tea enjoyed this event with the hostesses green mints were placed on the members. 'I of the origin of Memory, ]I

ceremony was performed sold table was covered with a white table. I used as his topic,
quietly erones. Cokes were duringthe and Miss Harley. The report of the nominating "Pt
.. In Quitman,. Ga., on Monday, evening and the club cleared lace cloth and centered with a Vases of yellow nasturtiums committee was received, and the Peace."

April 29. $81 from this event low bowl arrangement of sweet- Mrs. A. Z.' Adkins and Mrs. were placed on each end of the following officers were Installed i Southern melodies ow

Mrs Hess la a member of the peas and pink rosebuds :Mra. W. Ethel M. Biggs entertained mem- long mantel with a centerpiece of after the supper; president, :Mrs. by the girls of the 1 lug

1946 graduating class of Bradford NEW REMIN G TON PORTABLE L. Baggett, sister of the bride- bers of the Tuesday night Bridge other spring flowers and vases iJunius M. Smith; vice president, glee club under the i dir

High School and Mr. Hess also typewriters, 907.77 (Includes elect, and Mrs. L. H. Hill pouredtea Club at the home of the formerIn and baskets of varicolored flow- Mrs. Paul E. Canova; secretary Mrs. L. A. Canova. A

attended BBS and expects to enter tax) Bradford County during the afternoon. honor of Miss Clara Mae Harley ers were used profusely In the Mrs Clarence) Frazier, and treas- terestlng talk was given

service soon Telegraph. Miss Marguerite Wainwright bilde-elect. main lounge of the center. Silver urer, Mrs. M.. F. Brown. fessor F, S. Smith, hon

f-' .- ----__ue--,_.- ... ._._. and presided Misses, over Lou the Edwards Bride's Ernes-Book Miss Evelyn Stump was awareda candelabra with tall white tapers I I Mrs. L. H. Jennings, retiring the Confederate loyalty of Sam !
set of crystal ash trays as holder added to the beauty of the setting president, made the welcome ad. young sold!
tine Moore and Margaret Carter of high score at the end of 1 dress to the fathers and other Tennessee who was hail

assisted in the dining room. I the game and Mrs. W. L> Baggettof Miss Betty Ann Flynn, Mrs 'guests, and Mrs. W. B. Sewell, cause he would not btj
Individual confidence that
Sandwiches and Shreveport. La., slater of the Jeanette Kincaid and Mrs. L. A. a past president. Installed the In- had bee

'' cakes were served to the guests. bride-elect, was given a spray of Canova played several piano selec- coming officers. I| In him.'
The chapter ]
< flowers for her hair as a memento tions during the afternoon and I presiden)
i ,....t Mrs. R. R. Thede, Sr., of Jacksonville of the. event. The honoree Mrs. Canova also accompaniedMiss Mrs. J. .J. Fitzgerald of Tampa Madge Middleton, closed t
honored Miss Clara Mae to about 10 Ing with a prayer.
came Thursday spend
$ f (..,J.k" Miss Harley was presented witha Garnlta Hutto as she sang,
I ,," Harley, popular bride-elect of with her Mrs. M. I In the afternoon, the
days daughter, u
\, y '," piece of silver In her chosen "Pale Moon," "I Love A Rhapsody -
Lawtey, with a luncheon at the F. Brown. soldiers of the war beM
pattern.' and "Love Sends Little '
} a
Roosevelt Hotel In Jacksonville ,states, the Spanlsh-Amer
", Saturday.The Lilies -gladioli and roses were Gift of Roses." and Misses Joan Carpenter, Mares and World War 1 were

luncheon table was covered placed about the room In vases Mrs. R. G. KIdd, Mrs. Edward Ian Brown, Betty Ann Flynn, I with flags and Bowen j
and bowls and of salted nuts
with a lovely lace cloth and centered cups Burns and Mrs. James Blackshear Margaret Monteith, Janet Anderson Daughters assisted by tIi
with a low arrangement of were on the player's table. assisted in entertaining the guests and Ann Wilt served. children
Strawberry shortcake and coffee .

,rv yuk, aft .scarf sweetpeas.honoree as a The with memento hostess a beautiful of presentedthe the lace oc following were the served game.to the guests i Jerry Carter, The Man We All Kno l

casion. Mrs. Jones entertainedat
fr; tyet at Present' with :Mrs. Thede and her home Church St.
,e o on Friday As Florida voters scan their bal- company and a dry goods hostee. 1938 he carried 64 out of
Miss Harley were Mrs. A. H..Har- morning at 10:30: o'clock with a
-4ot lots In the May 7 primary, it Is These years drew him In contact counties in the first prIm
eAsae t ley,., Mrs W. M. Blocker, Sr., and coca-cola party In honor of Miss
safe to that with the Democratic' leaders of Jerry Carter has bee
r Mrs. W. M. Blocker, Jr., of Neptune Clara Mae Harley, popular bride- say
Beach Mra. L. H. Hill Mrs. elect of Sunday, May 9. no name on it Florida and, after the state cam- erally recognized as a I

L W. H. Edwards, Sr., Mrs. R. R. The living and dining rooms will be more familiar paign of 1918, he was appointed road commissioner, who h

j fie 3 Thede, Jr.. Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs were atractlvely decorated with to the hotel commissioner to build up consistently on the side 0
'pe 9440
et tP 911 oot and Mrs. W. L. Baggett.Mrs. I I snap-dragons and sweetpeas. The ,, vast majority this branch of the state govern rest and against stifling

dining table was covered with a "I than that of ment. In those years Commissioner poly. His name is a leg'

Mae Wells of Lawtey and I.lovely lace cloth and centered with Jerry W. Carter, Carter helped lay the Florida politics. No one h
Mrs. Jack Bales of West Palm I''a large silver tray filled 'with !
[candidate to foundations for the great tourist doubted that he has a

Beach entertained with a luncheon I I openfacedsandwiches and sur- ': [succeed himself trade of today not only by raising ,love for his fellow man,

t, ".., :.. at the home of the former Tues- rounded by an artistic arrangement ill-4' ( 9 on the Railroad hotel standards, but also by man who Invented the worgarlous'
," .. ,. day In honor of their niece and of fern and sweetpeas.Miss .
I...,. j Commission, for establishing out-of-state agencies must have had
cousin Miss Clara :Mae Harley, Harley was presented witha
]I Jerry has been getting acquaintedin to interest people in. coming to Carter: in mind.
whose ..marriage to Nelson B. rosebud corsage and a set of
Blocker will be ani event of Sun- crystal ash trays as a remembrance -, the by-ways of the state for Florida. Under his regime, the Today, three of his

s day, May t6. i\ 'tM i. of this occasion. half a j century. Floridans first sanitary, building; electrical and seven sons have come bid

; to. s, The lunchedatyewaa" covered I I Abotsr-'S&guesU enjoyed- the ; kn\Nerft,. Cartel! as a. salesman, plumbing codes/for .hotels..were. service; Curing the war, a

., with a .whlte';-cloth and centered party with 'Kirs. Jones. and Miss later as 'i"( fledgling campaigner: written and put into effect.. of them has made Gaines\

with'a low bowl.. ..arrangement, of Harley. I for the Democratic party then as Back Into" private business for home. Recently Jerry an

f 1 hotel commissioner under three six years after 1928 Jerry' was Carter had 23 present its

I I N. D. (Noon) Wainwright Jr. state governors railroad and more commissioner 1 recently for as one of for the the pioneers South.in .alrcondltloning reunion and children.'of their That sons is, the tl>

i three terms. The call of public life was of citizenship he believes I
Jerry, who came to Florida as strong, and In 1934 a vacancy occurred -
the results speak for the
a boy from his native Alabama, on the Florida Railroad
Carter is the I
.. ------.l received little formal schooling, Commission and Carter was Jerry W.
Your Present Representative during his for it fell his lot to help support elected. He was made chairmanIn public servant we want
Quite a breathless! week we'vehad after serving on Iwo Jima and
first term aided in the passage of the socially speaking! Highlighted other Pacific;,hotspots a widowed mother He peddledhis 1937 and in 1938, and againin railroad commission and

following laws of benefit to World by numerous parties for way through the panic of 1907 1942, Was re-elected, In each' our guess is wrong, the vc

War Veterans. If re-elected to a sec- popular bride-elect Clara Mae Seems that wedding bell rang and later became an outstanding first primary with large majorities -!' going to put him back then

Harley, and that marvelous dance out recently for Aneda Griffin salesman for a sewing machine over'"several opponents. In torlal from The Galnesvi
ond term he will continue' to fight for
given by theJunior Woman's (Mrs. A. J.) and O. O. Webb,

them in Tallahassee. As he is a Veteran Club last Friday night The who will be remembered as

of World Wars I and II he knows latter event was one of the best ager of Hart: Furniture Co., man.l

their problems- and is greatly Inter- staged here in a long, long time, back In 1943 At present The Truth Shall Make You Fr
and all the local lovelies seemed managing the Dunn Furniture Co.
ested in their welfare. participating in an undeclared In Live Oak and the ceremony

contest to see which could look was performed at the Baptist parsonage have been told j
barefaced lies
the most glamorous Hazel there on April 23 .
Simmons- brunetness was fittingly Mrs. Webb was back in Starke a this campaign to aid the man who has be

CHAPTER aanixi: LAW OF FLORIDA lIMSi Relating admission framed In billows of pastel blue few days this week arranging to misrepresenting in Congress for t
of female. itudenta who are wives of .service men at the Unlver- you
of to Live
Silcox also chose move some her things
net, and ,Patsy
city of Florida and admUnion of students who are husbands. of past four
service women to the Florida. State College fur Women I blue In an off-the-shoulder taffeta Oak Incidentally, she reports years.

model Fran Peek look- that son, .Julian, recently hatred.
He has
spread race
2r: 14I' LAWS OF STATM OF FLORIDA 10411 Granting-
to disabled veteran of World War It the name benefit, rlsrhta, ed fetchingly fragile In a flowered discharged from the Navy, is attending
exemption and privilege* a* now enjoyed by disabled veteran. pique skirt with white .Jersey top, accounting school in Long lie' has charged I'have an alliance wi
of World War I: relating to the exemption of payment of occupations and Dot Powell chose yellow mar- Beach, Calif., where he lives with y the
CIO. .
llcenae tax, and allowing the name privileges to the
unremarried widow.of a disabled veteran. quisette and a purple iris for her his California'bride, Blanche 4
hair His address Is 1454 Atlantic Ave. lie has charged everything he coo
CHAPTER SZWt.l. I..\W or STATE' OF Fl.Oltlnv 1&1110 Creating ., nb
a VeteranH Service Commlmilnn to aanliit former, present and r think of in order to' cover his record
future member! of the Armed Forces and their dependent In ..- Norma Jean Adams'was lovely,
curing any benefit> or privilege to which they are entitled: creating Hated (o bid farewell this weekto doing nothing in Washington.
the office of State Service Officer, authorlalng oountlea! as usual, I n a Jersey print of
and c tI.. to participate In such aervlcea.CHAPTKIl Jeanette Christian who has knows said i is t tru
orchid on white background He nothing he has
done such a grand job of presidIng
provldeH for an appropriation from the Surplus Fund of the Martha Johnson. (accompanied'byEarl over the Southern Bell dormitory "
State Hotel Communion for furnlnhlng. and equipping room. to home for the weekend from here for the past two and
be used In connection with the hotel and restaurant vocational
training I'rOllrarn.clI.PTF.n Moody Field) selected an all- a half years t She left Sunday,! Let The Light of Truth

1n./I.AW"' OF !STATE" OF FLORIDA, ID-Mi Author- white gown Louise Snyder for West Palm Beach but not'
lalng the homesteading of certain wild and vacant land. by wore pink, with a pink carnation I before expressing herself as be
honorably discharged\ veterana of World War IT, and placing the
and was escorted by Bill ing well satisfied with the/
administration corsage
of this law under the truateea of the Internal
Improvement. Fund. Edwards Glimpsed Thelma courtesy and friendliness shown Shine ThroughCamille

CHAPTKIl: 32M4A. lw! OF STATE 0'1" FI.ORID.1_. Fixing and Lloyd Jennings, she in black her during her stay here VOTE FOR
the time within which certain! applicant., already registered may crepe, and accompanied by Lt. Said she wanted to give Starke an .
take extensions state Bar examinations and making special provision for Don and wife Betty ,Caeslle; orchid, after all the knocks we've'bad M.
applicable tn members of the Armed Forcea and Aux
iliary Branches thereof T. W. Attaway, new Insurance; to take And the orchids
agent' local scene and his fare certainly mutual, for under
CHAPTER .. on the
2:111. LAWS OF STATE OF FI.ORln1.10 Permit Let Price
ting a War Veteran to again engage In the buslnesa,occupation Interesting Scotch wife, Mary her able guidance the Southern GeneauCandidate Congressman
and profesdlon Interrupted by military service without taking Before their marriage she was Belles did a wonderful Job In
any examination or test otherwise required by law.
employed by the British EmbassyIn helping to entertain the men at Deny That -
CHAPTER 2.'WI13. LAWS OF STATE' OF FLORIDA. ....'1. Granting
Washington Among the Camp Blanding and taking part In
honorably discharged War Veterans preference In Civil Service .
merit system and other competitive examinations for pub native. who returned for the af- other war work. .
tic employment.CItAPTER, fair were Comer Long of DeLand He kept his wife on the government P a

:llI: ,.. LAW OF STATE OF FLORID, 14.11 Author- and Bill Long of .Jacksonville.. Add attractive new couple In FOR CONGRESS roll despite the fact that he receives a -
icing the Hoards of County Commissioners In the several counties town: Rudy and Lee Shuler, for- ,
of the state of Florida. to assist Veteran of the War who : of
have been honorably discharged from the Armed "Forces of the hear that Florence Brown's and merly of Charleston S. C. ary $10,000, a year!
United States and their dependenta to provide and maintain a Ethel.Sewell'a spaghetti captured He's employed at J. P. Roberts Nor"1
service office In .ald county to provide for office space, eto. Qualified He entered :Into a coalition with
the prize at the PTA-Sponsored Motors and she at Campbell's Accounting beta
CHAPTER 2.YA1H LAWS OF STATE OF FLORIDA. M45i Providing Fathers' Night at the schoolhouse Service Hear that Republicans to defeat the OPA

that In the la.computing organised militia time of of service.Florida of for an officer the purpose or enlisted of retirement man cafeteria Tuesday Prov- Howell and Elizabeth Natworthy Experienced Wall Street and big business wanted hint!

service In Federal Mllltla Forces during the period from ing once again that If you wanta are postcardlng friends from Cuba He is Jacksonville poUAgreaatve \w
allied with the
the ITth day 'Reptember, 140. to the date of termination of :
hostilities when. the Induction Into such Federal Service has bean man to come to a meeting you after deciding to fly there from machine control and rule
from the organised mllltla of Florida shall ba Included a* double gotta feed the brute! Rosa the Rotary Conference in Miami: which seeks to

the time of actual aervlce. Mae Burton Is pinch hitting in Beach Ethel and S. :J. Clyatt of North Florida!

Judge Ferryman's office during left this week for Chlefland In TheDemocratic for' *
May while Lucille Freeman visits where she'll remain with his I have received no contributions
the old homestead In Commerce, ents while he goes to Fort Monroe Primaries campaign from any group or clique.

To The Office of State RepresentativeFor Oklahoma Hear that Jean for discharge Wonder if for contributions received from individ

Adklns was taken for a tour of I'll ever get used to seeing the OnMAY c
Bradford County the) livestock market In Gaines H. C. Wall Agency without Ethel interested in my campaign I have fro

ville, Monday by boyfriend "Big behind the desk? the expense of this campaign myself

.. Boy" Prevatt An excellent 7th funds.
(Paid for by Veteran Friends) Idea for a date that's different 1 So long See you in the my own

Garland Godwin will be discharged next .
j (Paid for by Camille M. Gcaeau)
from the Marines Sunday' --Carolyn.

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r.K LOCAL NEWS Hubert Kelly of Plant City la Mrs. Gen. Long
ITS of attending to business here this Dowllng. Sr.. were shopping Mrs K. In J. Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Jr., and Mis* Cozette Sapp has trans [I Mr and Mrs John TSSalb-

week. and is staying with his Oalneavllle Thursday of last week. Mrs. J, Q. Godwin of the State ferred back to the local Southern Mr. and Mr a. Guy Sale said J.
Charles Fritsch'' Mrs. K. G. Duncan spent Thursday Mrs brother-in-law Alton Dobbs and sister Mr and Mr. and hi.... Tlllman Hutto andO. Farm were shopping in Jacksonville Bell Telephone office after woik- !: and Mrs. H. H. Adam a.t,....

and Mrs who have of last week with Mrs. T. E. P. Hutto visited Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday. They also visited Ing for the past three months In the wedding of :Mr. aaI llibae.
Laverne Mrs. Edward Bums Mrs. R. J. M. C. Wells and Mrs Mabel Den- Miss Hazel Phillips In St. Vincent's -
ughter Mrs.Ftelib Duncan In Gainesville Davis Mrs. I Hollywood. Charles Limberopouloa at n*
of 1\Ir. and Nanna Colby Mrs. mark In Jacksonville I
t the home 16 Miss Bertha Loper underwent Mattle Gahagan and ernoon. Sunday aft- Hospital there. I Before you find jroumelf In a fix.I Holy Trinity Episcopal Church III
[ for the past a George George Young of St. Augustine' Better telephone 146. 4-12 Stp Gainesville Thursday night of I 11g..
this week. Sgt. Frlt- tonsilectcftny In St. Vincent's Hospital Young trict No.attended 2 of a meeting of Dis- Warrant Officer and Mrs Mao is assisting the Rev. Fred Yerkes I|I Comer Long of DeLand and week. The bride Is a Blew 4se
.ten transferred to Ft. Ben- In Jacksonville Tuesday of Women's Auxiliaries : Book of Lake Arrowhead; Calif, acting rector of St. Mark's Episcopal Billy Long of Jacksonville spent I Mrs. Tlllakos. They also i at......
Fritsch and daugh- morning. Mrs. Herbert Clover- Palatka Episcopal Churches In spent the paat weekend as guestsof I Church with his work here part of last weekend with their the reception held after Ole aae-
d Kirat home in Sun- settle and Ernie Newsome visited Monday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Earl Cook. Of. for several weeks I I mother, Mrs. F. H. Long. mony.
t to their her Tuesday and she returned to A. V. Long of Gainesvilleand fleer Book la being transferred to I
id left yeslerspend I her home later In the week. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Long of Key West after eight years of -'
Jack Freeman Mrs. T. H. New York City were guests. Naval service. Mr and Mrs. Earl
month of May; Osborne attended a Re-Elect
the and other rela meeting of School Supervisors in Tuesday of last week of Mrs. S. Cook and")..r... and Mrs. T. O. Cook' Farmers Beware! Do Not.Let
mother E.
er ] Okla. Gainesville this week. Brownlee. honored their guests, with a fish
commerce Earl Johnson fry during their visit here
of Valdosta Ga., on<, j

: spent the weekend with his family Sampson. Lake. Others present The CIO Dupe You
1 here. He Is working as a were M.. and Mrs J. L. Lavender on
technician In the X-ray depart- and< Mr. and Mrs Joel Jackson. '

ment at Moody Field. Mr. and Mrs, P. S. Hutto of Promises.

*7ceaiiy I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Freeman. Savannah da, have been guests .
Mr. and Mrs. Van Carden and for some time of bet and Mrs L

Bill Sauley visited Marlneland S. Hutto and left Thursday for Emory II. Price contends that 'if we could

I ,near St. Augustine Sunday. their horn. They were accompanied stop the strike there would be plenty of

1AYW?_ Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining spent by L. a Hutto and they plows tractor, automobiles and all kinds of
the weekend visiting In Valdosta, will visit In Orangeburg., S. C., I\ electrical appliances available on the mar-
4qhM Ga. Sunday. : ket.
Mrs. O. W. White Is spending :
Come and be fitted In a beau-
\ tiful Splrella garment for spring this week In West Palm Beach Emory II. Price's opponent contends she
visiting her sister Mrs C. G.
and summerMre.. Frank Hoover, can obtain these items for you.
Bates. She will also visit friends
Coraetlere, Starke. 4-12 8tp In Miami before returning home. '' Emory II. Price recently voted for a Bill

Mr. R. S. St. John Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry Manassaand t that would help solve the trouble existing'

friends and relatives in Darlan son. Henry Jr., and Edward between labor and management. The bill
Conn., this week. Shull, Jr., spent last weekend In is in the Senate for consideration.
Mlns Oarnlta Hutto spent last Miami.
weekend In Jacksonville with her Mrs. Carl Jackson and Mrs. The CIO-PAC attempting to defeat Emory
brother and alater-In.law. and Billy Jackson and sons, Billy Tom II. Price because Price voted for this billEmory

Mrs :'1. C. Wells. j; and Marc plan to leave Mondayfor and other votes he cast in Congress against,
CREME SATINEEA Guest from Friday through a month In Quincy 111., with CI. Price Sidney llUlman's CIO-PAC.
Tuesday of Mr. and Mr. H. L. relatives.

rich emollient cream, softening, ioothlng-and ETownlee, Sr., were their son, n.j j I I NEW: REMIN G TON PORTABLE Emory H. Price expresses his appreciation to his royal supporters! in nra -

pink. Smooth it on, and lather it up, with warm. L. Brownlee, Jr., and his sons, Louis I 1 I typewriters, 1)137.77) (In- ford County and wants us to vote for him on May 7th. lie 8 made a good
and Morris of New Orleans. Mrs. eludes tax _' Bradford
) County representative for us, and we're going to re-elect him.
Plus/ Tax
water,into lilky, deep-eleamlng iud,$1.00 Brownlee came earlier for the Telegraph.

eral services of her mother. f"n'J I Sunday guests of },{r. and Mrs.A. (Paid for by friends. of Price In Bradford County)
I Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Hutto I Hartman were Mr and Mrs.
LENTHERICO2Aa[ : / I Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto visited George Kuhnast of Tampa and
_, the old Fort In St. Augustine and Mr. and Mrs. William Downing of
/ tje were sightseeing In Green Cove Atlanta Ga. .
Spring Sunday. Miss Carolyn Keen, who Is em-
/ TCwtWilt94 I Rev. M. C. Stith of Washington, ployed In Welsh Convalescent Hospital
I D. C., will join his family here In Daytona Beach spent Easter -

..' ,ltiilMHc.tM.Coch" Saturday at the. home of Mrs weekend with her mother To My Friends and Neighbors in Bradford County:
Stlth's parents, M.. and Mrs. II. L. Mrs. Nelma Keen.
Brownlee. He will also visit In NEW REMIN 0 TON PORTABLE -
DeLand and attend the Southern typewriters $57.77': (includes -
Drug Store Baptist Convention on May 13 In tax) Bradford County
Miami before returning home. Telegraph. I am deeply grateful for the supportyou

t-- have given me in the past and for the

I many kindnesses you have extended to me.

: EVERY BRANCH OF Owing to the delay in starting my campaign

because! of an ear infection incurred during

t my service! in the United States Navy, I

!) shall be unable to speak at home. How

n 6 urance ., ever, I know that I can depend on my home

v folks to help me and vote for me.

If I am elected to the Senate-and 1

feel that I will-I pledge you to reactivate
ff ...
'iV l e .e "t H. CaAgency ,Camp Dlanding to the end that It will- be-,

.. ,come a permanent army post.

r Again with gratitude and deep humility -
Constant Service Over 50 Years
in my heart for your continued faith aifti

goodwill in me, I am ::, ,,'* .


'J I;
Sincerely I Your Friend ;..+/" ,".'''", ,
boyfriend miles away and so : -

lonely-loving relatives and friends, .
all want your graduation day photo-

graph. You too will cherish it always -

when taken by our talented LIST YOUR FARM CITY AND I I I AUTOMOFULK your repair IICPAIIIH work done-at Have the

photographers. BUSINESS PROPERTY I Earl corner Owen.of llth and Lake 4-28 Htn.2tp Lex GreenCEDAR

Commercial NEW RKMINOTON portable-type
& Portrait Photography writers ):;1.77 Includes. tax) _-
.E 't.L Bradford County Telegraph. t(

Hollywood Camera & Gift Shoo .- B STROUT Greatest aidver Uer us of r ATU.....- CASH PAID quirk for Butane gas
*> try property. Ilaa a..d ever appliance Wire collect to
n.OOO aalea of llamee Farme. Johnny Walker I 404 Kant: 1st
J. R. A......... n.yen from all over Ike Street Lumbttrton N. C. 4-25 4tp
DULLINGTON R. L. TEUTON World. Free open llatla*.
E.A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY FOR RINT-T .room house frontline
hard road In Hampton. $10 pr
Locally By
Represented! month. Koy Kalch. 4-2S: 2tp
116 So. Walnut St. SORRY to announce that my plant
will be cloned about 30 ilayn on
kInds renovated account of Illness Oscar dell Suntan Walnut
MATTRESSES of all or
upholstered and Dry Cleaners 19-ltp r
EB .I.C reflnlHhed. : furniture Drop u* a card With Tray
HASTINaS MATTRESS CO., Uo. I, ALT REPAIR work left at TilE:: r
230 Palatka. Fla. M STAO before 1 April 8, can he '
FL-: picked up at 41S Went nay St..
860 head of ackHonvllle Fla. at Ross Jewelry 49.95CHIFFEROBES
STARKE FOR stock SALE cattle-Including About beef tup to and Lean Co. 4 ,19 4tpiCAI'ONIZINU

3 years old To be sold 1949 thehlgh..t ; -ISO per head. Must
bidder on May 15. - -' --
mall [ be between eight and 9 weeks -- ;
will be
Bids ,. old. Contact Frank aL Bradford
SUN. to that tiro
MON. TUES.-, MAY 5-6-7 2. Box 113. County Telegraph lip

t fe.d mlU FOR RENT-On. 2-room and one
_onlMay115.ttEarleCook 4.11 Itp 3-room furnished ...cabin remion-
?; The
S'4S FLIES or able. 4 block from courthouse Two Fulllengthflrror.*
NO ROACHES ANTS. Huts 209 Christian St. or Phone 11.1-J
u9X9 That You Have fleas Bomb.n This you use Is not our the Aerosol k.ro..n. It 43.50 Y
Lasts for weeks.-Auto
type. WANTED-LISTINGS. Have buyersfor
SENSATIONAL, Fountain. timbered acreage, 300 ...real
ItKNT House and -room and up. Any also, timber frompiilnwond '
I C'. \0 FOR goal, location rea.on- and larrer.. N. I">,'
itt d """ s I! Waiting ForIt's able.apartment Inquire! at Coca-Cola plant. Walnwrla-ht 3.. RegisteredPrnker. Innerspring Crib Mattress (Nevawet) e 12.95
CI U Uf 1':. fall At. B-t 2tp

brand new FOR RE T-Thre. I-.oom apartments a.. LOST-Black and cream Ouerneey Beautiful Tufted Felt Mattress for Double Bed e 21.95
11I,1/,/ More Than furnished and two. Ap, and Jersey milk cow, swallow
Thompson/Nk.dn fork on r''.hf ear, iinHorMt it't
plyni214 N. UP ear. Finder notify Tloh..rt 1':. :3-PIECE
"SOW andyoung Taylor, Rte. 2. Box ill Porch Swings
A Picture milk cow Starker
......... ins iw< FOR heifer c.lf. Also some Bedroom Suits

MS VRSI It's Life Itself near nice feeder Farmers ho.a.Market At my It.lA.farm FOR< SAI.F'Rno"lnlif rnnnev m.V..,. house always npln.tlit full.. 69.50 6.95 I
Newsom. Htarke large two story house. newly renovated S -
attrnetlve and ronrenlenton ,
CROSBY ::4: WORD TO THE WISE-If you main hle-hwar right' In town Large Assortment
want. urvBr'c, ;:: I.....:. In* plenty fruit and pecan New Shipment
d.. now ttp tree III health forcing **!''. Dresser & Vanities
IlliRIO ham Fla. Term arranged. XTZ. Bradford Porch
When Crosby FOR 8ALK.-Easter. Hllee.-Mrs. 1Ip J Fla. County Telegraph Btarke 1", 19.95 to 57.50 ,,
FOR HLB-H font r>elu,," Runabout Gliders
and Bergman Sing FOR SALE-ldal on 1-room.half 4story.frame beat with X* h. p. "' ''Dtnn.eu'bo.rd 4-PC. MAHOGANY
motor and trailer form
II OMC CAREY'S'" finest residential section financial ofStarke ... ... lined le.e than 1 hour Bedroom Suits
the whole world showing .pl.adld appointment .eA" Klngsley' Lake. VIII..-". We Buy and Sell New -
r.turn. Shown P.by O. Boa 403.Stark. House r-i _lipVTCefR $315 to $425 And "
own. Used Furniture
only 1-:1: :rIp ,
r IIA ol. will be In Marcil. r.d .e., and albums* BLrT for: .r-mn.1.. at"r.rORD"Dahmer
LOST--IItr..ed II'
l crop "n. .w.lloW' Sift flHrtnne._
tune. fork ther. Reward Last seen William L. A.F. 'ET./P.C'I""IC Se.elona KIt""n r..k.. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
farm Gift ""oPft"
Dsdl lake Rn.d. I-I tipWANIEDHousikeeper. for sale) at Pabmer'e
UjffJfll/4- Cone Crosby tf

DO hun'. :I ,.. 0"" Rrw'r..P.eI.allyes..d. H. Denmark Furniture Co.
Inquire between FOq ... John
dry, prepare I me.L hem.. .." :I .. .
I _NENRY TIA"tR'.w '$ I and 9 p. m. Solace Ortty n-reams. ...at.".. In 1"- ...C
Starke.STRAYED.Male. I tin, rnn.biw..r ferme. wrNp.y STARKE FLA-
:::--...... ...,GARGAN 110 DON'T FAIL ho. black and red 7re nr rail K.. 1. tfKO"c' PHONE 151 ,

.-._......McCMIY.--- apntt..d. poland China .nd n.sear i, r Fir."-"I, tin. .141. .2.
TO SEE IT! mlard ....,..tnatlon lthe.-Notlfy mark W. ,...* '.* *" ".". wantal Dahmer'e -
-- small Whlt.hsd crapL.Le< BuUer. I-I Itp I, Gift "hoppe. II I 1 1d



!! SIX FRIDty.1A1
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,. . . ters, Loca and JoAnn were In I and Mrs Perry Davia. Gene Connell Receives Citation ELECT THE. MAN LOGICALLY'
enlisted In the QUALIFIED
Starke Friday afternoon. Otis Forsyth has FOB 'lIE
LAWTEYBy Pfc., Coleman Phillips, is spend- army and gone to Ft. McPherson, !
Ga., for training. He la the eon i" WILBUR I C.
ing a furlough with his parents f .. KING
.Mrs.. .Mamie. Crews. . Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Phillips from of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth. for RAILROAD
his station in Illinois. Lea Prevatt, son of Mrs. Lizzie :Ai COMMISSIONED!
SELLERSBELLJeff H. C. Kelly is in the Riverside Prevatt, has returned home after ,
Sellers,. son 'of Mrs. Katie Hospital In Jacksonville where he three years In the army, most of ; f ti Fin*......fa Trill_...
underwent which time was spent overseas. fts Florida Mti..urchanl. ........,
Sellers Carrie a major operation. ealam.y
and Bell, daughterof M SEES4 us Slut. ".""- City .
Mr. and Mrs. John Bell were Mrs. Kelly and children David Mr. and Mrs. Carl VanZant and "
quietly married Friday April 19 and Wendell, and C. R. Crews Elma Crews were visiting' his r Will bnpr.fat..d.rntweee..ph. .n.. telegraph\ In.r..1.run;...'.. tr
In Folk ton".Ga. were vIsiting him Sunday.Mr. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. El- ,Will .ok ,..p.....t both U.eoniuB.,nj,..
and Mrs. Orble Davis of ton Davis of St. Augustine. Wed- VOTE FOR WILBUR C lnlI ,

Rev.' and Mrs. 'J. O. Raulerson ,Hllllard spent the weekend with nesday. 4 I Paid Political Adv.. wm fc. J..plT.t....... let Tout>ot t.??,d.ab, ,
l', and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and daugh- his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kelly andC. _

J R. WhItehead were In Jacksonville -
r E AdwtG.tMg 1 Wednesday. VOTEFOR

and Mrs. R. L. Bradley and
Itom where I sic ...6y Joe Marsh. Mr. and Mrs. Carl VanZant were

I 1; visiting In Fernandina Sunday.Mr. .

t and Mrs. Curtis Rowe, 'of
; Jacksonville were visiting here Spessard L. Hollan
Willie Lives in Monday.. f

,,' Rev. and Mrs T. C. Williams
an "Almost'' Home of Jacksonville were Sunday dinner -'
t. guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. MAY 7th

Wilde Wells Is one of many GJ.Vi town paper. "Almott like being Refuse Major Eugene D. Connell, a for- normally precluded their use In
stationed oversets to keep the back In Clove; Corners," sajra the Attending church services in mer resident of Starke and presi- the dangerous rapids of the Up-
Peace. Not to forget them let me caption. Sampson City Sunday were Rev. dent of the Blanding Center' development per Yangtze. After the occupa-
T.,O. Raulerson, Mr. and Mrs. L. here. Is pictured at tion of Shanghai, Major Connell
describe a snapshot that he sent.n' Front where I sit,that"almost" So That
P. Rafuse and daughters, Mrs. C. above the
the award not
right receiving again only expedited
tie inside of house where packs a lot of meaning. Thousands
Vera, Mrs.
R. Crews and daughter of a Bronze Star Cluster from Lt.' water shipment of twelve thous-
:IWillle's quartered except the of our boys are still Florida'Viii
overseas, trying Honor Manning, Winifred Rlgdon, Gen. A. C. Wedemeyer, commanding and tons of aviation gasoline to I
boys have fixed it up as much as to make their quarters home- Viola Manning and C. Crawford. general of the China Theatre. Hankow, but also established >,
possible to look like a typical like, even to the pet dog and the Carl VanZant and Glenn Crews Major. Connell is now servingas lighterage services and rates Be H'elj
;American home. They've hung up friendly-glalll ef beer. Let's not were in Mlddleburg >on business. Director'" of Water Transportation -' which resulted in a substantial
pictures of their'families, cult! forget to write them often-re-. Monday. for the China Theatre. saving to the United States Government iJiPt I and AblyRepresentedl

:feted a stray. puppy for a'house. mind them that home is waiting Mrs. L. W. Page and mother, The citation stated: j'' Prior to the formal ;
pet. and it's not an "almost" home- Mrs. Fuqua were in Starke Mon-' "Serving with the Chief of surrender the Japanese Forcesin w'

:ADd the snapshot shows Willie either. day on business. Transportation In the capacity of the Tientsin Area, with com-

and his buddies sitting by their Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dryden of Vice-Director of the Water Sec- plete disregard for his personal f. In The Sent
hearth drinking friendly I American c90e Jacksonville were visiting her tion of the War TransportationBoard. safety and by exercising com- t ,

beer and reading the home mother, Mrs.. Perry Davis Sun- China Theatre, Major Con- mendable, resourcefulness and : of TheUnited
day afternoon. nell displayed exceptional business forceful diplomacy, he commandeered -

.... Copyright 1946, United State Bnwtrt Foundation Carl VanZant and Elma Crews acumen and prpfessinal: leader- and operated all enemy
were in st. Augustine Monday.Theressa I ship In successful" coordinating tugs, steamlighters and barges in State,
the shipping facilities of Tengku Harbor and Hal Ho River, .f
., S "., e . e China's main, water artery. Uti- thus making an Inestimable contribution -
:/, e lizing to the utmost his wide civil- to the landing opera-
ian and Army transportation experience tions of the Third Marine Am-
(Political ad paid for by Bradford County friends
,. by detailed planning and phibious Corps. Major Connell's Holland
Spessard L. )
,. a By Mrs. James Swindell unremitting supervision he organized leadership, organl zing ability,
%d . . .
: Qf ; = K' e Chinese rIverboat ,operations ,broad shipping knowledge and un-
so as to enable the success- remitting devotion to duty substantially
ti- Congratulations to S 1-c Joe ful monthly _transport of large I aided the success of
i iI Kelsey on his marriage to Miss numbers of Chi nese troops together these operations which culminatedin .-
of Los Calif. '
Irene Carter Angeles with more than five thousand the formal capitulation of large
!I' The ceremony was solemnized on tons of aviation gas and bodies of enemy troops in North 0 .r
April 20 In Hollywood Chapelin aerial munitions from Luhslen to China and his meritorious per- / S.Y. STn.

Los Angeles. Seaman Kelseyhas Wanhaien. These daring and unprecedented formance redounds to his credit 4. 55y
stationed at Long :
r t t been movements were ac-I and that of the Armed Forces of /wtagt1.
Beach Calif., since his return compllshed in vessels whose drafts the United States"ing.
from duty In the Pacific and expects t
/t to be discharged soon.
from a recent Illness. The beautiful cake with 50 QAC/Q iN y
We glad to report that
are I I
Pfc. W. Coleman Phillips of candles was decorated with pink
Miss Hazel Phillips'is recuperating -
atarr' Chanuta Field Ill., who was en- roses and was presented by her
( after undergoing a
nicely route to Greensboro, N. C., for daughter, Mrs. Russell Thomas.A .
I' at St. Vincent'sHoepltal giving myself.a
major operation
'Jacksonville last reassignment In the Army Air bountiful table was spread and
in '
forces In Europe, visited hisather everyone enjoyed the dinner following I
week. :J. D. Phillips and aunt Ida a prayer of thanks by
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Zeigler and Hagan Sunday, I Mrs. Starling's brother, Vollle
Lou and Eliza- I
daughters Mary CpL William Adams who Is stationed Starling. Present were Mr, and
beth of Miami spent last week
v at Cecil .Field with..the Mrs. Russell< Thomas and children
A PERFECT HOSTESS with their fathetJJ.Zeigler and o'drl
U. SMarines visited J. D. Phil- Mr.. and Mra. Joe StarlIng "
sister Mrs. J. D. Griffs.] lips and,family Sunday. Jr., and children MIs'- YOU CAf DO'IT TOO.
It's so to be a perfect hostess Mn I I
Mr. and Lynn Tomlinson <
J. J. ZeigUr, Mr and Mrs. J.X 11'1
Thomas, M. J. Thomas, Mrs. Nettles 3 TO nouns
when linens fresh and
we keep your and ,daughter Wanda, of .Jack- Q
Oriffts had as Sunday guests
I and daughter, Violet, Miss UOMBt
lovely. Then, when company comes, sonville'visited their parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Zelgler and Eunice Starling, and Mrs. Star- AT TQ ]
w, ,all you have to do is bring them out and Mrs. R. M. Hersey last week. sons, Tom Victor and Joe, of ing's mother, Mrs. Florida Johnson -
.:' and use them, for you know they are Mrs. Mildred Thornton of Baltimore Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. RupertZeigler' ,'Mr. and Mrs. Grady Nettles
sweet-smelling, really white, and Md.. .Is visiting her father, and daughter, Judith, of and children of Jacksonville.

beautifully ironed. Send us all your J." D. Phillips and family. Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. R. O Everyone's delighted I children's baby-fine hiij
laundry and save yourself the weary Mrs. Murray Castleberry returned C. DampIer and son; Billy, of Miss Betty Ruth Willis. and Everyone's talking about the The Toni Wave Kit coj
home from Glendale Hospital Starke. Douglas Menotte of :Jacksonvillewere
l work of home laundering. Call us taineeverythingyeuncedtsoftly
lovely tatting
in Palatka. We are glad to Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Phillips of visiting her uncle and aunt waves
; today.STARKE. know" that she la much better. : LAWtey visited J. D. Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. ':McRae, re- .curling ringlet you get a glorious wave! PrepwJdons'are utcdIt' 1
with Toni! home like those
a permanent.
Mae, Irene Cochrane spent a family Sunday.
DRY CLEANERS Don't meeting William ,so easy,so inexpensive! beauty salon-type pern*
few days with friends In Amerl- forget prayer Guy Hall and daughters -
cus, Ga., and attended the Jr.- Wednesday night at the Christian Yada, Patricia Ann and If you can roll up your hair .vents, are laboratory-teiW Toni.J
PlltiNE STARKE Sr. prom there Friday night. Church. Services will be held Shirley Jean of Palatka attended on curlers, you can give yourself So give yourself'a
and LAUNDRY Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ezell of Sunday morning and evening at church, here Sunday. a wonderfully successful today And if it sere t the I H 7IastsendlasuFYou'lllovethe

28 FLA.son Jacksonville spent the weekend the Baptist Church with Rev. Mrs. H. M. McRae w'u calledto Toni permanent-a wave that licit permanent ever

with their parents, Mr and Mrs1. Squires of Palatka In charge. Macclenny Monday by the will refund the 91 2:5':
R. M. Hersey. death of her nephew, Isaac Davis, looks and fttl of your Toni. purchase price.
," '
. ; . .
and Mrs. S. Jr. HaIr is softer
Mrs. A. H. Kelsey son of the late Isaac Davis wave lovely .
R. Swindell were visiting in and Mrs. Louvicla Davis'of San- and easy to manage for this *
;; llI.lAllOF Hampton, Saturday' evening. Pine Level derson. She was accompanied by is a ertmt told wavt.-. with a 'ltnU'
Mrs. W. D. Garret of Green Dy MeL H. M. McIUe Rev. and Mrs. J. o. Raulerson of cams waving lotion that im- Pllt"
Cove Springs spent the weekend Lawtey.-
parts luxurious beauty to the cofd
mother Mrs. J. P. Dick- e e e a./
with her e e Mrs. Bishop Thomas and little hair. Wonderful even for '
FODDS inson. (Items received too late for last son, Kenneth, of Brooker, spent
:. : J. D. Phillips. Mrs. Alice Jones, week's Issue.) the weekend with her parents, Mr.
Mrs., Mildred Thornton and James and Mrs. ,H. H. Lewis. CAC.P.ENTEkQ'1"Your) :
Triest,visited Miss Hazel Phillips BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONA -
In St. Vincent's Hospital In Jack- large crowd attended the NEW REMIN G TON PORTABLE Slortl'Phone

sonville Sunday, birthday celebration In honor of typewriters, .,,:n REX ALL Drug
tAN NON "' -S We are ,glad to report that A. Mrs Alma Starling at her homeon tax) Bradford County(Includes 64 Starke, Fla
L. Sullivan Is greatly improved Crosby Lake Saturday even- Telegraph.


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They didn't look like "grim sen it as the third largest In Bradford the
Charge tinels" and, astoundingly town's circumspect citizenry, I
they weren't vacant. enough The community is located the Times-Union writeup was 'I
in one of the county's most fertile more less
or accurate.
"Wasting The businesses in thg town were areas, with the numerous I 11

mis Away" summarily described as "combina farms In its vicinity, averaging 30 I __

tion" or "general" stores_-a no acres, and the many sizeable NEW REMINGTON PORTABLE Iii6dL
rectlons. A deserted village It doubt touching picture, tracts and typewriters $97.77 (In- 'Lor
Bill Duncan I our informants gardens within the city
waa admitted always makes f
1 this I a thought but the fact limits yielding a variety of truck eludes tax), Bradford County
was good newspaper story. It makesan
was that of Telegraph
old response article the five establish produce, pecans and strawber -_.
the feature .even story when the ments) here only one sells rles. j
ed of Hampton facts are right. But the truth goods dry IN CIRCUIT COI HT. BRADFORD SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET :
ule Village( I as well as groceries and It was noted that the article I'N TV, FLOIllrtAl 19 CHAN
pub.tSWdgy's that when the :
rurbulent Days was errors were might thus be termed a : C HY. SEA TXIOUT PERCH ..BREAM ;
of general went on to say that "the women Julia .. :
editions noted there was no longer a store. leopard Plaintiff, v Albert
Times-Union. OnenJtCIuence I story that Is, not apparently one and the remaining others sell two groceries offer keep house sew and knit". It I No. 4674 Lvopardl, Defendant Cue RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO .11 t

was the Hood about a "deserted place" suffer- groceries appears in this connection that ORDER OF PUBLICATION
with a filling station there was no AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
home"seeking lIerIII Ing from "empty loneliness; in front-a fairly irrelevant circumstance argument Hamptonis STATE: OF FLORIDA to Albert Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry ''I
by Cove Springs When Interviewed by a Telegraph admittedly not overrun by leopard I, who.* residence and ad- 1 1 !:i
Green soughtj&swvffl which anyway, it was career women and being housewives drviH li unknown.
eagerly representative on Monday most pointed out could be found In You are required to appear on
a the
of the townspeople were some- lot of places besides women here do Indeed 'May 13, 1946. In the above named MAGNOLIA FISH MEET ; !
1 what winningly engaged in a Hampton, Including keep house; we were informed. Court and cauie, wherein plaintiff -
the suburbs of Jackson peek divorce. Bradford
polnt-by-point refutation of. tho ville. But if the article's readers County Telegraph shall publish CALL STREET PHONE 37 STARKE. FLA. 9
II like grim sentinels. doubtless Well-intentioned article. could find such savoury momentsof thla livuea.Witness Order. In next four weekly ,

r!HB. Wiggins said : Hampton, It is found has but Turning to the matter of realty agreement they could spend my hand 'and) official _,_II1IIIItIII"IIII1INIIU'"t."" ''.., '''' ''''''''''NtWNall tuYrllrvnvarowlaYlWnwsrllNSaNNeAT .. .;,. '
accommodations two vacant, houses-two out of values, the article on information more time showing us where the seal at Stark., Florida, this April
10 194H.
for from M. L. ;
sts him at the rate of 140. One is a delapidated structure Mayor Watteraon told undeslgnated author was again in (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomaa /
hang of the sale of 12 lots for $20. Aa Clerk of Court.
: long empty (and which was error No social life? There are ;'
i day. 'True enough, Mr. Bv Lucille C. Conner t>. C.
reaction was the only building shown In the Wiggins said women's circles and other activities T. Frank I.nndrum, Starke, Fla. \YVINKLER Electric Service
informed residents article's accom p a n y I n g photo- with the omission of one slight sponsored by each of the Bap- Atty. for Pit 4-11 .4t .5-1
Hampton detail.
tie The sale was made In tist, Christian and Methodist -
certain graph). The second has been
who /saw in about 1935.: In 1943, the iv cinciiT cornT. m .\nromiCOIMTV. 222.224
the article em- rented for years, and is currently postmaster churches No theatre? But the FLOHIDtl CII.' Temple Ave. Starke Fla.
rases said he tried to buy a lot town does have CKIIV.Umfcerto' .
a theatreprettygood
vacant because it is one of the THE OLDEST
"decaying com- .. IN THE CITY
PI ,
uch as between the Parker store and the I Caiall. Plaintiff v
residences in the town which a community of 400
'principal traffic few FrlmerU ]HVrtola III Caaall. Defendant
nd of lack modern plumbing facilities. railroad for $200 and couldn't population-and even if It doesn't, Cane No. 4478
MI street Is composed get it. Prevailing evaluations are show movies ORDER OF PUBLICATION Radio Service That Satisfies
every night it serves
little pigs" and The other homes are all occupiedand AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
a and town grows have been' for a long while. about the same today he believed the purpose. No highway? Hampton -|I STATE OP FLORIDA tot Prl- -TRY US !1-
the merle Bertola DI l Caiall. whop
day Mayor Watterson. who in is on a paved It .
smaller1 Implications Approximately 100 of these cheer- was highway; just' renldonce' and address I I. unknown. -
nd to the' fully boast of white coats ofi Jacksonville on business and thuscouldn't doesn't happen to be a through I I You are required to appear on
j complimentary i paint with colored trim and i be reached during the I route-but connects with Road Court May 13 and, 1946.cause In ,the wherein above named plain. We jStrive To Carry The Most Complete
town. of the com- nearly all of them have lawns interview of Mr. Wiggins and' 13, one mile dla'ant. Must the 'I I tiff seek divorce. Bradford Stock of Tubes and Parts
a citizens ('with blossoming shrubbery palms merchants in Hampton, had, It older children as the article County' Telegraph hall publlnhthin '
they had no quar- Order In next. four weekly
esteemed and and flowers. When Postmater was stated, implicitly denied the charges, travel six miles by bus Issues.Wltne.a..
k with the sum and substance of the article to the high school at Starke Yes my hand" and officialpeal "
that Wiggins said this, we looked a- 1'1_'
T-U. It was Just at Starke, Florida this April your Onlcm for your Hot I'olnt Range and Knfrfg-ermtor.
few cor-'t'round and saw that he was right. insofar as It painted the farming they do Indeed. But so, we were 10, 1946. ALo Bendlx
make a Wanhrra.
lid to I community of an estimated 400 reminded, do all the other older (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas your
A* Clerk of said Court.
persons as a pIa c e dreary or students In the county, and Much By Lucille C. Conner, O C. Radio Tubes We Have Thorn Ask U.*. "
I abandoned. He had, it was reported Is the case In most counties. And T. Frank Landrum, Starke., FU.
Atty. for 1'lf. 4-U 4t s-fIN
I IiS. expressed regret that the anyway, to express their reaction Sol Vn About jour Wiring Nerxla.
town had been by-passed in the with a mild'If dated euphemism, CIRCIIT COURT' .IR"n..Olln. BONDED
I I re-routing of Road 13 and had so what The children get to C COI:I2H MTV.Y.Adelaide: FLOHinil. IV CHAN. LICENSED & ELECTRICIAN

sought to impress upon the interviewer school on time and. It Is believed flordon Paddycord, Plaintiff 'UIU.UIIIUUlUUIMlllIIUIIIIIIUU..III'.u'uUhn''IItH.'IIIIHUI' ''' ''. '' I1I',1I'U"IHwuuuu"u"Iill""lIIuilluuuuUllllluuulI''. ,,, ,, "" ,,,,, ,,, ,,, ,............
I vii Kdward W. Peddycord, t
the of the ride.
Importance a enjoy Defendant. Cane No. 4874
/ through highway to the community Was "an entire block leveled ORDER: PUBLICATION COURTESY
-Importance that indeed because the houses and buildingswere STATE OP FLO1UDA to Edward
As wartime Governor. Holland would be recognized by any town. no longer used"? As a mat- W. Peddycord, whose residence. le based upon long years of wide experience -
Financial But the implication that the 1151 Mutton Street, Winston Salem: and Serving dignifies this funeral
the Strongest peapie ter of fact no. The block, we North Carolina.
ure Florida has had in its of Hampton had, because of found was leveled by a fire; and You are required. to appear. on home with a superior excellence in
the loss of the road dissolved the site no longer serves because May 13 and, 1946 cause In ,the wherein above nam..dCourt plaintiff handling affairs of sacred discretion. I

ry. Into sorrow and allowed the townto other stores have been built. As eeekn divorce Bradford
'County Taloitraph shall publish
"go to pieces" was received for the writer's consideration of
thla Order In nest four w..kly IoDEWITT
with a good-natured denial which what might have happened If the I isanes.Witnees. .
however left no doubt that the highway hari not been changed 10 my .!hand and official
-- seal iw Starke, Florida, thin April !
citizens felt a more accurate years ago; ; h-Is assertion;: ; that 10. I94A C. JONES
of the facts was In (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas
presentation "Minor Inconveniences would have A. Clerk of said Court. AMBULANCE SERVICE
order. resulted. The traffic would have By Lucille C. Conner. D. C.
Almost appeared Zftrh II Douglas, Qalnenvllle. Fla. Funeral Director
everyone prohibited the free run of childrenand Atty. for Pit. 4.11 4t 4-f .
covertly amused by the article's dogs on the streets. The BTARKB PHONE TOur
;'YC\);% 1 i A Voter Should First lengthy attention to the Mayor's storekeepers would have had to

'xri' Consider/ a Candldato'sr technique for getting flahworma ,'dress up more' the Hampton local funeral home enables us to
$ and the statement that he "spends citizens, storekeepers Included EXPERT offer conveniences and services not

Qualification most of his time fishing". The I took this for what It was worth otherwise available.

T-U also said*that "the mayor's I and its worth they figured, was

FRED W.ELECT life is typical of the rest of the i practically nil. One confrere did RADIO W. furnish the highest type service at the lowest. price and

male population of Hampton. The say that he still dressed up tSERVICEChap. accept ANY life Insurance policy In forces !leaned .by ANY com-

men fish and farm". Most of them when he wanted to, especially on pany as payment in part or In full on a.funeral. Consultation "
BROWN farm right enough we were told Sundays and up to now had never carries no obligation.GRADUATION.
a- and many fish when there's time considered it a problem In con- I

Pr.diliesAti..... m4 Utol rn.y..M.Yaberrlerid.lor AwodMton. :w. and if they happen to like to fish. nection with the highway.As .
yaw...a-Ja".....ki..II.....Motor Mayor Watterson doesn't farm for the declaration that "the
.......1atIoft vnr 25 yan .. Deputy Incidentally and fishes only when principal traffic composed of C.SHEPHERD. GIFTHEADQUARTERS
Conmlwlonor, rlorMa InoWrlal cI :-- he can get away from his jobs ays stray hogs and little pigs rooting .
total. : ...Hod MM man whh
.xporloaw.n4......"ability... carpenter, plumber, repair man undisturbed wherever they b and mechanic which keep him pointed with some
busy. to the main
t pretty unanimity street eGAY'S
RAILROAD Most perturbing was the discovery which Is smoothly asphalt-paved,

y b .Tow VoMMKMMrt(10.Onel. ) Will.. after virtually a microscopic and has the conventional curbing *
.. examination of the column- and said they would like to see
FRED W. BROWN .rAlo paaA iie.......av.' long wrlteup that the only ref the hogs and little pigs root up SERVICE STATION Compacts Necklaces

erence to the Hampton section's
agriculture was the above-stated from this according to

sentence "The men fish and Bracelets WatchesIN
farm". Yet agriculture has always -
been the town's chief cause for SERVICE "AS YOU LIKE IT-
being has for years maintained BRADFORD BARBER SHOP FACT

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JUICES I For Information
MankindREELECT y>4 J z>*E75lr'5i

703 Temple Ave.
Phone 177
/ Just Beyond Bug!' Station ,Y1

V. S. St. John

HIMCommissioner. Bldgew Marvin Ware
ffB .
Owners t,.. Richard G. Kidd A.U.S. Re.
Railroad 2 ---- ,

Group "let rs Do Your Squeexlng" V Aloe pwNee,C---I IL11. YeN.Ale..eeN..rora..5 n 4 4J

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t : Jeanette Christian, dor- Mrs. S. S. Dowling, who has Mrs. Edith WilliamsFuneral Rites Held MondayAt '<"'; >> 'u ." '; > ."-" ,.< .. ., ,.. "" .
several < .":..;." ,C'y""'"' "t :>; ,t"' >
III her home for
.\. -7 matroo for the past 2 1.2ie.Q weeks at taken to Jacksonville 1 held In New Hope Churcl \ TW' :' }::i1/' ')' :" < / .
; : at the local Southern Bell, I I was services were '1: i ;t. i\\ > k J ; / "
:;? : :
Sunday to be with her sister, Christ Wednesday .. ;
the Church of For E. M. Hazen l'j" ,
lIaR Sunday for West Palm .-,- ,7f :,..-,.. :? ". '
Mrs. J. B. Godbold and daughter, Williams \ "
i at 2 p. m. for Mrs. Edith ... : >/ .> : ,
:Reach. :I Mrs. W G. Lee. of Palmetto, slater of Leaton U. Emanuel Monroe Hazen 71, retired I f :< J r; "T$1iO'1n.:1fi' :

I Morgan, Mrs. Ruby Underhill and farmer and. cattleman of the'' .. ::" '',,,' .. : (
: Mrs. Ankle Sasser of Starke. In- Brooker section, died Saturday, '
+ terment followed in the family lot April 27, in a Jacksonville hos ,

i. Clothing' in Kingsley Lake ,:Cemetery under pital. He had been In failing !\' ,
the direction of DeWitt C. Jones. health for 13 years. Born near ( '. <4; > ,
Mrs. Willlama died at her homeIn Brooker May 26, 1874, he was the < '> '

Palatka Sunday night follow son of the late Daniel W. Hazer .; I G; X.tl.11"N', ,":;
and ShoesFOR ing a lengthy illness. She was the and America Douglas Hazen, and .. : ; S"
i widow of the late John Heanon was married on Nov.' 12, 1806 tc > < \ \
: daughter of the ;. ,, < .,' : :
Williams Leaton and and a Mattie Drew Miss Minnie EUa Crews. Tz ',. ?'.ti"......,..,,",.,,..)..:'>".."...< <{,<, "'".).,t.1'>";'i":!> '".,". """"':"''; : ",4kc'x 1
late addition to his widow he i it '
In : "
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In Palmetto i1l.O
lived -
Morgan. She had survived by six sons Vance: : ft.--W'1 'ili}
J for four years and'had gone Aubrey, and Winfred Hazen, ol .- '}':'?; ;f IfY; !;'\<';; ;*.""" ;,!:. 'M :it

there from Ft. Meade. Brooker, Marvin Hazen, Starke, .f >> :"'; '. The Entire Family Surviving beside those named Purvis. Hazen, Hampton, and Alpli B U'S 'f11tS" 1i +;,
above are two daughters, :Mrs. Hazen, Orlando; a daughter, Mrs, OR per's.'
t J. A. .. ,,
Mrs. Bry-
. Juanita Jones and O. Q. Strayhorn Wildwood; his, ,?- .. ",:.;., ,
"! .. a
Williamsall - son, and a son, Coleman Mrs. D. W. Hazen of ,
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mother >
'P>-' "' <;; ""'ff
r'r'Every day is bargain dayat of Palmetto Ruskin; brother half-brother Orln' Tampa: six brothers, G. W. and '".",1f'h"\'O.. !; { :'<:'"" """" 'Yi. ;$;",?.',"W .
Morgan of ; Fred Hazen Brooker; A. A Haz
Frank Morgan of Palmetto and a en, Gainesville; O. B. Hazen, West

the * .* sister, Mrs. F. A. King, Tampa. Palm Beach; J. D. Hazen, Sara-

sota; T.. C. Hazen,. Troy. Ala.!:
Make ReservationsFor two sisters Mrs. F. M. Sander

son, Tampa, and Mrs. L. A,.
May Brown, Brooker; and seven grand

STAR StoreELECT Jeanette Kincaid, chairmanof children. Complete ZO-Poga
were held Mon: Book '
the social committee urged Funeral services f 011
members of the Woman's ,Club day afternoon at .3 o'clock In' the
who plan to attend the annual New Hope Primitive Baptist LAWN CAR
May Breakfast to make ,their Church With Elder D. D. Harvel
reservations' as early as possibleby and Elder L. R. Was din officiat and
'? calling Mrs. A. Z. Adkins at ing. Interment was in New Hope Big 25c
10T. Cemetery under, the direction ot Package:
Wilson Funeral Home, Lake City. Burpee'Super
I The Breakfast Is to be held Giant
. I the Club Pallbearers were J. W. Flnhols-
Wednesday, May 8, in.
building and serving will begin I ter, L. A. Mott, Lonnie Parker, ZINNIA SEEDS

: JAMES HENRY TAYLOR promptly at 12 noon 80 that I J.Lee P.Green.Roberts,'' J. C. Harrell, and : Both Free!

teachers and other working mem- a Y t
bers may get back to their workon Honorary pallbearers were L.
(OF JACKSONVILLE) ,time. A. Wynn, J. C. Harris, E. C. Long,,

is in charge of the Clyde Cone, A. A. Edwards A., APID DRYING SUPER:
Mrs. Kincaid P VALUE
JUSTICEOF program which will be in the B. Surrency, Rev. Lawhorn, R. S.. "ki' 'k' ENAMEL '

form of a broadcast,."The Breakfast Wasdin A. L. Green, T. L. MHTICAIUT tR"
Club Hour." Mrs. L. H. Jennings Thomas C. C.. Melvin and R. H.

THESUPREME and Mrs. Paul Cnnov& are Green Jr.Methodist. rl
In charge of tables and table dec-
orations.. ChurchA.

Adult ClassHas Z. Adklns, Jr will be guest
speaker at the Methodist Church
Beautiful Smooth /
e Flowing
Buffet SupperThe Sunday evening_ May B, at 8 /
ABLE LAWYER o'clock. A native-born exserviceman .
Young Adult Fellowship Adklna served as commandIng RAPID DRY ENAMEL /
Class of the Methodist Churchwas officer of a mortar platoon

FAIR v .. entertained at the Kingsley with the. 80th 'Infantry Divisionin and PAINT BRUSH /
,, ." ,.' *.. .. Lake home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. the European Theatre. His
;. ..',. ./ : 0 f.t\j* .' Nasworthy Thursday night of last division experienced some of the / I
":" FEARLESS week with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Os- toughest campaigns in the ETO Both for 2ge. '
borne and Mr and Mrs. Paul and he will bring his personal

':' Bridges as co-hosts. testimony of how God led him AUSteelThat's
Supper was served from a buffet through those many months 'of
1i' table placed on the spacious danger The public Is Invited to right Just 29o for both! This wonderful silky. STEP STOOL
:i' Veteran of Both World Wars porch. A low candleholder witha this service.A sheen enamel dries In four to six hours to a rich' sign

tall taper ,formed a May Pole representative of the Lay- gloss Anish. Enamel V.-plD'size; paint brush Is one-Inch. 3.79

t., eVrmber of'the. American Lrfclon/ and Veterans of Foreign Wars centerpiece with varicolored men's Evangelistic Association, A very line Talu.lltep.!
1 streamers extending to each place. now In Convention In Starke, will A Regular 58c Vafu.f and top are .namel-fnigd
(Paid Political AdvertNement) Favors of cellophane dolls were be the guest speaker at the Sunday la bright red. Fold wlua
I ,
at each guest's plate. morning l1.O'cloCk service. use.
He will bring a message of Interest Besutiful Wii..b.. .Ia..I.OO
to all. r "
Arwv4 Eoli.r
( Tusks
sacrament of the Lord's Noy3ehold
Supper will be _,,, at 1.9$ Paint
both services. Reg.
I Official Board* will meet Polisilin, '
Two years ago_ you gave me the nomination as your Representative Seii
In the State Legislature. For the confidence you I Tuesday night at,8 o'clock for the I ;A, 1.29otsuasyyysu.
last meetingof the Conference FLOOD
have shown In'me I am deeply grateful to everyone of you. ., .
It Is desired that every, .
In return for this confidence I have strived to meet the prob- year.
member be present. Plans for the
4J t lemH which confronted us In a manner which I trust has met I I ad l.ab
at thisneeting.
new year will be made
with your approval. .
O e1
'# O it on and
The first bill which I Introduced Jointly with others, and 1 Is CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD our
which we were successful In passing provided free hog cholera CtOHY.COUNTY'. FLORIDAl' CIIAN- w I tt % Dtoea be se.l For ass on wood, metal or

', and Bangs disease serum for the live-stock owners. This free Verne Bailey Hughes. Plaintiff vs. .rtepnlnutea' brick. Can be prayed or
William Hughe. Defendant. Case ? g brashed. Dries to II liBIDoSDc
f serum Is now available.The No. 4725: ; chrome fnlah.Won't ,
problems of the schools and pay of the Teachers and bus AND NOTlCm TO APPEAR Fade
driven were Improved and increased and I am happy to have Hughes, whoRe residence let wai Lost a Li .time Protect Valuable ToolscTi
More 772 St.. Nicholas. Avenue, New York,
contributed my part In the success 'of this achievement. N. Y. f 1-.
,, Improvements are needed and as the Teachers are still under-, You are required to appear onJune
paid It Is my desire to further assist at the next session and Court 8,and 1946 cause, in the wherein above plaintiff named

help secure more.money for this purpose. Keeks divorce and restoration olmaiden
n.me. Bradford County
c Telegraph shall publish this Orderin
The Old Age Assistance .fund was Increased by several mU.o next four weekly Issues)
.. lion dollars and I supported this measure to the limit of. my Wanes my hand and official
seal at Stark, Florida, this May E4
ability. More money I... needed by the old folks and. I wantto .1 1948.
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. : \
return to Tallahassee and help them to get more. This! can As( Clerk of Said Court. c
be accomplished with Increase In taxes by diverting_more Ry Lucille C. Conner. D. C. ..volvlng ) ItOOFSppINJ'
Wm D. Morgan-Fifth Floor Clark9uildinR. R Darn IIIP
of the luxury taxes Into this. fund."Noon" Jacksonville. Fla. quintg l
Wainwright, Jr. Atty. for Plf. t-3 4t 5-34 lA9 ""I. TOOL. KOXf :
Several measures of benefit to the Veterans were paIIIIed.aIf longU
the' were exemption of occupational taxes for disabled Veterans credits for time spent W.C.T. U. head standard water are chfoDlbU lutwdrotwitllnoladtnl oellenS: nisei for f 2.98 .

.* service on retlrantentit and others Including the "Walnwrlght Veterans Homestead Act." This and 1umtD11IIL 7.tDclUI"el Bright, non-fade. BoHdly mads of heavY** *
Act, of which I am the author provides homest Lading by Veterans of up to forty acres' of tax TO CONTROL OPIUM IN Rage& Wed.r."""...3.75 metal'red. with olive green bikoa
awls owned or which may hereafter be acquired by 'the State. Florida WOK the first state to KOREA enamel finish.R.IDOVSbie t>l

pan a law of the. nature. If re-elected. It Is my Intention to make certain .amendments to thislsw. tray 91-inco.
.. liberalizing Its features. General Mao Arthur, on
March 23rd, forbade the plant-
.ore tpghlatlon of benefit to the Veterans Is needed and as I bad the privilege of serving the Ing of poppy: .seeds la Korea WE HAVE

..r Armed Forces during both World Wars and know their problems It wUl be my pleasure to fight and requested the Ountl')'. HARDWARE
Man Intelligent Veterans Program. "' ,000 licensed poppy; growersto
plant .Instead uUlet or NEW TIRES! BARGAINS
t The 8peaker-de l nate of the 1947 House, the' Honorable' Thomas D. Bea ley. Is my personal other grains to meet food

t Mead. I supported his candidacy and aided. In his designation as Speaker. Re la appreciative needs.
r .f this and I Wamured of Important Committee Assignments In the 1947 session If I am re- (The Union Signal.) PUNCH

;: sneted.. During my service In the last session I made It my business to make friends with each Come in Today AND
s..t every one of the Representative and Senators giving them all my cooperation and assists SUCH C SIT IL
LE.DERsmp'tSUPPORT for h
r s ( them with their problems wherever possible. Each one of them call me by my first name t e

sad I call them by theirs. Their friendship will be of great value In the next session. '98c

I tv, The Rules and Procedure, Parliamentary Law an J the ,various means of accomplishing an objective 1 S9UAII

are now alt familiar to me and If you return me to Tallahassee I will be equipped from the and VOTE for DELUXECHAMPION COMBINATION

beginning to fight your .battles. vigorously and with a complete understanding of what I am do- 1.19

lg. Experience* friends! and seniority are the things which count In the Legislature.The .

need of Bradford County are well known to me and you may be assured that If you send I

M hsvrk that I wilt put up an Intelligent and agresslve effort to secure all the Improvements It's the tir that stays 10-lsck

pswible and work for the Interests of the entire citizenry of Bradford County. ., safer longer! Firestone WRINCH MOMMY

It will be Impossible for me to see each and every one of you before the election much as I a the De Lux* Champions are 1.79
would Uke to, but I all the only tires that are
urge voters to turn out and cast their ballot for. me on :May 7th
sad the to mileage- <*nd safety-
give me opportunity continue my work for you.
proved on the speedway HACK
T_r vote and support will be deeply appreciated. for your protection lAW'

on the highway. ; 1.9:5


N. D. (Noon) WAINWRIGIIT. JR. (Group 2) y
.- A South Florid business man
with an AIL Florida viewpoint J. P Roberts Motor
(Paid for by Bradford County Friends) "WIJ>r WITH WILLIAMS" .

Paid Political Adv.
? 600 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla.



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