Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 21, 1947
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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_' Colonel .Bradford____. _____.m_ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH '

ffftf: seems to be a new game interesting letter from "Uncle

\\II the City Hall these days Nat" Roberts, pleading with
-ing who (If any) can'ac- farmers to stick to peas and pota-

|0j| define the present city toes and not be led into a cotton II Official County Publication Established In 1877
So far no one has sue,1 catasphrophe again. I quote."I .

am a lifelong resident of \ -- .- ----- --. _'m- _H ,. .- .. .. -- .-----. t
i almost every meeting for Union County. I was raised to I 'OLUM ( SIXTV-NINE STARKK.! FLORIDA.) FRIDAY, MAR'lIl.11317 N1MnEIC TWENTY-TWO I
Council ----- -------, .
months the -- -- -- _._
h''im' few plant cotton. When I was 24 --- -- --- -- --- -n -- f
,oen confronted with anxious years old I was united in matrimony Fires I
.., pleading not to be "taken with one of the most beautiful Permit Given 3,600,000Bells Boy Shotgun, City To Impose License On DogsIn I
,t wanting to know whetherre 10-year-old girls that the Injuring Mother I
In or not. and, if.so, how county posaensed. She also
out. It has about For Of To Be Mrs. Herman Lee, farm wife of
can get cotton field girl. We followedup Try-Out ProducedBy Effort To Curb Growing Nuisance
icd the point where the City cotton until the boll weevil the Boatdraln section, wan. critic ;
are beginning to develop an came along, and In this periodof ally Injured Tuesday when her .

ority complex and wonder time It paid off only once City Bus ServiceBus Fla. Plastics six-year-old son dischatged a shot Stray dojra are definitely in the "dog house", as far aa
with being In- | !gun into her back as the
wrong of
Ahafi "Now I see that this county Is city Starke U concerned.!
:he -Ity limits anyway. honored, or dishonored, as it I I I she was making up a bed in their Pretty soon they'll be in the "dorir morgue" If'such
Three million residence It t la stated a
of growihg the town's service for the City of six hundred thousand that the
mead might turn out to be. In select thing exists and if threats made
Starke I glittering chIll' evidently found small against their well-beinsr
at every Couvcil seemed in prospect Tuesday plastic bells, to be a
king one up member Jokinglyrked ing Union County for this experiment night when the City Council used as Christmas tree ornaments, guage shell and unknown to his at.,the City Council meeting Tuesday: night are carried out. r

ng Tuesday night., the U. S. Department of granted Wallace: J. Carson permission will begin rolling off the assembly mother loaded the gun, approached Here is: the triple-threat program by which the city Intend I

si-emfl, that everyone in the has Agriculture happened doesn't to the realize what for a six-month trial opera line at Florida Plastics Inc., within her from behind placed the to launch spitz-blitz: beginning I !! May 1. _
il I family was surprised toVBr real honest- tion without license. At the end the next two weeks B. H.Hankin muzzle of the gun against her and I. in>(.1lIe..n./: ...-" avc: 91; a throw

recently that the north- County to-goodness and cotton the farms in Union of this period, If the operation is production manager announced fired In T1t1, will go on Hale at the City Hall I.
now'includes prop- surrounding coun found satisfactory to both par yesterday. Mrs. Lee Is a patient In Starke'snew around April 1. log owner. :
Boundary owners as far out as Jos. ties. If they that will check on It they ties the City will Issue Carson a A contract for $108,000 was Shadycrest Hospital where I'I will be given until May 1 to ob.tain '
will find
they IDog
clc and A. D. Martin. Of the gone into regular permit it was stated negotiated last week with the physicians say she will recover. c HouseThe same. ,
hands of big land :
i everyone knew that a bill the last house has syndicatesand been Proposing a 5c fare for school Avent Novelty Co., of Miami for Although only 20 of the eventual 2. In order to obtain, licensethe. '
passed at the 194 leglsla- wrecked or burned. If of children Carson stated' that the huge order which will be the total of 50 beds have been Installed Codified Ordinances of the owner relict pre sesslon extending the limits think I any you straight fare will be lOc or three first major item to go Into production In the hospital around 18 City of Starke are very explicit of Inoculation.
the am exaggerating just !go in Starke's on the subject of dogs. Begin 3. After May 1 nnlloenMtd I \
*hat but due to legal rides for 25c. Commuters books new plant. patients are already receivingtreatment
pocus. no one knew, ex- with me one day and when we will be I Issued containing 20 tick- I The bells will be retailed In ten there. It was stated yes quote: dog found running M large will I
return will be
you convinced for
where the line was drawn. will ets for 31. Within 60 days he I cent stores throughout the na terday. Formal opening of the "It shall be unlawful for any be exterminated. Licensed doge
Martins and Rabecks were you see schools and churches plans to have one bus on regularly tion.Made new facility will be delayed until dog of 'any kind to run at large will be held for tile owner :
that were located these
'ly surprised recently to find on cotton scheduled runs within Starke anda of clear cellulose actetate, the remainder of the equipment within the City limits or the Cityof Rallying to a request by MayorC. :
they were full-fledged citl- farms now replaced with nothingbut three-mile radius outside the the glittering, bell, about two arrives. Starke or to be upon the, A. Darby who stated that the p J
of Starke. Adding anotherto saplings and more saplings."In city limits. Regular service be. Inches high, are coated Inside with streets of the City at any tints, :I stray dog nuisance has) assumed '\ :
the situation is the tactRabl'ck's the face of these real facts tween Starke and KIngsley Lakeis shiny metallic chips, giving thema day 01' night except as follows. : I serious proportions. the Council Y
Is the high-book educated officials silvery Berry Season quickly passed the licensing measure
bottling plant planned during the summer appearance. 1. Unless said dog IK,In an i .
crved by the Florida Power will turn over 14 bushels of cotton months for the benefit of children Delay In production haa been automobile, buggy wagon or''' In the hope that It would' I ,

,'ht Co., although it Is actu- seed costing $7,000 per bushel or and adult seeking relief occasioned by the necessity of other conveyance, or unless said assist. police officers! In enforcing'
Uthin the city limits! Looks a grand: total of 98000. When from the heat by a cooling dip In building special assemblies for the i To Reopen Soon dog Is muzzled and In. accompanlttd $ the> existing, but virtually dlnfe*. I
things can get awfully\ corn- Union County falls to get a return the nearby waters. Additional efficient handling of thin large by Its master or some garden ordinances prohibiting
led when you start passing of 98000. not speaking of busses will be added If required. order Hankin stated. He estimated -i member of the masters family, stray dogs I
fertilizer and labor that is where that bells will roll off The second phase of Bradford's "An owner will not ft for
,'I) acts in the Legislature. Carson, a World War II vet the or unions snld dog Is fastened pay
the dishonor will show up. I eran, and a son-in-law of Pate line at the rate if 5.060 per hour two-part strawberry season will\ with a leash and held by Its master n llrenne, $t for Inoculation and

cently the jAA Colonel's) at. would suggest that any farmer Gassett of Starke, is a driver for when production boglnn. Around open up around April 1, according or some other person for Ha an 1It1.IIUnn,1, amount for- a collarto
\\r was attracted to an ar- who has any land to plant that Greyhound and has been with the 50 workers will be employed on: to opinions expressed, this week master carry the tag unless he thinks

,r the Union County Times he plant it in peas and sweet potatoes company for eight years. His city this one Item It was said and I]| by leading growers. This final "It shall, Ix!' the of tltflMiirshnl something of his. dog, Mayor t
lj with plans of the Federal ." bus line would be an independent five months time will be.required i, phase Is expected to be h"rt ant, duty Darby" stated. \ "If ho has A '!JOlt
] :imcnt to allot our nelghbor1'iunty .5. pperatlon, however, ],I I'for completion of the orller.I 'J[swept, antI profitable! shipping or other police officer of i dog he will try t to keep him at I

', 14 bushels of seed of I There will be many a Bradford Is 't In the_ meanwhile' work Is In will likely be limited. to three or the City of Starke, to capture, If home nut It Is the unlicensed .
Carson convinced.! that this
v cotton (said to have cost County farmer adding a. fervent progress at the plant on 1,000 displays -| four weeks because of the openIng po8Hlblot and to Impound any and stray dog that nobody seems to
lo I per bushel to perfect) for amen to Uncle Nat'a admonition.Of new service will be a paying proposition for Sapho hair tonic. bv that time of the seasonsIn all dogi> founil running! on the care anything about that Is causing

r mental planting purposes. I I course there is always a pos two percent and the of city will under receive the Louisiana and North Carolina, |,street. of the City of Starke that all the trouble.." I

|:!h memories of the last cot- I sibility that the ."high bouk educated suggested arrangement.receipts He reached Mack Futch Describes i However, If returns to growers I are not carried In a manner described Mayor Darby stated that he nan I
..vival fiasco about ten yearstill officials" have developed a his decision after In the second half of this unusual : above, and to keep them frequent complaints from houMwwlv ;
I study of
- fresh in my mind. I sat cotton flavor that it distastefulto the number of people who customarily :U of F Vet Set-Up season equal the amount grossed safely Impounded until (iiO5.idof who state that stray dog I

and waited to see what then the boll weevil but the old walk to town and from At Rotary Club during the first half, which ended as hereinafter provided. Incase upset garbage cans and scatter t

would be among exptrrl 'Colonel's guess Is that our wary one part of the city to another, abruptly with late January freezes any dog Is found loose and unsightly refuse all over the place
I farmers. I, had not long'' farmers will\ wait a long time but who would presumably ride if Mack Futch, law student at the everyone will be well satisfied. not carried In the manner described One local physician dated that he .
'lIt, for the very next issue I before giving "King Cotton" another offered inexpensive bus service. University I of Florida and son' of During the period from the time above and cannot be captured was consulted In around DO Instances i

Times !carried the following whirl in these.parts., "I believe cheap bus service will _Ml--u. -And- -M-_-.' -f. 4-A, 4.1H..V.US1I ,.0-.. the season began prematurely in and impounded as provided where, oeonle had been 0
bring more 'shoppers Into town Starke was guest speaker of th\ midDecemberuntli freeses halted for then It shall be the duty of bltttn by straj docs last iii.r. I, i I

Awarded during the daytime and will help Rotary Club Wednesday d *crlb- production In late January, Bradford the Marshal or other police officer "Somethln,'* gotta be, done," f t'|
rles' Mooney Scholarship I fill theatre, at ,night." Carson ing changes brought about In that ,farmers received 1 approximately for the said. City to kill such seemed' to be' pretty 'generally' ,. |
stated. Institution by the influx of students $158,495.13from the sale,, dog,'! ,; agreed. ,, hot\th. i

I Aetlo, dnoi.h..Phaa. Of'citytransportation tajttng-itffl vantage" ( ...Lea. f.15,446e.Lse, of.frutt.Mostof h _.,.' -AlLsdOclvthd'Smsre a .. [lit t' i
[ Join ,Forces GemcmTigers; f .a| was taken Tues- tional opportunities offered under them have store than "pad( out"from door watfa* .i1Wgw'tj.wmot"5! | I It
when Strick. the Q. J.. Bill of RlghU. receipts during this period Thorfias 'Pleased >Mvaa,< hiM ,trd of a Clemson College football, ....- day night issued licenses Clayton for The University now has a total and returns from the second large, etty,offic1al ..em elf to feel Io' !t
was operation ,
to Charles graduating of phas will be all that the new licensee would .en- I I
firnhip Mooney. i" 6.800 students and of this number practically pros >
It the BHS Tornadoes! was announced '$. within of the two city.7-passenger The issuing taxi cabs, of B.300 are .veterans. young ilL With C of C Drive able tweem them"wanted"to>. draw" and the line be ,
eek Coach Carson Geiger. "' : _. Futch "unwanted"dogs
by stated. There is
the licenses settles a longstanding a big Buyers! have Indicated that they r
ney's triple-threat talents gained the ; ; argument over the taxi set- change In the classroom from the will return to Starke just as Excellent results In the current hand to giving them a freer I ,
dispose of the
Frank Howard when the youthful i company sought extensionof days he said. The veteran dition to J. H. Dulaney and ad-j' drive were reported thin week ItYPs.c :,
late demonstrated his wares- at the t the privilege that had been students are more serious-minded. nabkl A Natnel, It was by President A. J. Thomas who i '
g of the South Carolina school's granted it for exclusive operationIn are eager to obtain all they can ced thin week by R. B.. Alvarez stated that almost $1000 has been I Noon-Day Services ;I
training two weoks ago. He prevl- the city. from the opportunities now being manager of the Farmer Market, collected In the first 10 days of Set For Holy Week f
! had contacted Howard through the offered them, and often upset all that a North Carolina "stemming the campaign. j

lo Backfield Coach Shad Bryant a undergrad traditions by actually plant" will\ have a buyer on the "We are particularly proud, of A series of noon-day Holy Week I
r">n alumnus of 1940. Red Cross Total doing more work than Is required platform. the fact that this money has come Services will\ be held In the First I' t.I

hard-running halfback had .origl- of them. Growers have experienced great In without any personal solicitation MethOdist Church sfurtlng Mon- } '
| preferred entry into the State Unl- [ "They have very analytical !|I difficulty In getting stands of corn, whatsoever," Thomas. stated. day. March 31, and continuing I
y at Gainesville but no bid was Stands at $1,500With minds" young Futch stated "and' beans, and other truck crops because "All we have done so far Is to through Friday April 4, the Rev. 'i t
,>m\ng.\ frequently refuse to accept an In.'I.I of the late cold l and heavy send, out a letter reminding members W. J. Churchwell. pastor announced I
of the outstanding athletes In Brad- structor's mere'assertion of a fact I rains of the past several weeks. that their 1947 dues are now yesterday <, t
i history, Mooney also has a commen- S little more than ten daysto without knowing all the whys and Some have replanted three or four I payable, and inviting nonmembers The 30-mlnut services will\ be c
I scholastic record and is leader Ins go before the close of the drive. wherefores." He stated that the times and last week's downpours t ( activities. He spearheaded the Bradford County has raised $1- enlarged educational benefits allowed rotted off many young plants that has been most gratifying." lie Is Invited to participate. I, 1 I i
8 offense during the difficult but COO, approximately 38 percent of under G. I. legislation are were just appearing above ground The early payers. of $100 memberships A different pastor will havechlu&e 1 ;
Mul season last year scoring a high Its 4,000 quota in the 1947 Red one of the few "good" things that Innplte of the difficulty there were. announced as follows each day and among those I i!
points In eight games. Although as Cross fund campaign. D. A. Mon- might actually be attributed to will be a larger acreage of corn : DeWitt C. Jones, Robbing', taking part will\ be the Rev. L. D. ,
1 lightweight (currently 155 pounds). telth. county chairman announced the war. this year than last anil Mr Alvarez clothing store, Winkler Electric' Haines J. W. Kaufman, ..J.or. '
Inning stylo Is both powerful andas yesterday.The Also a guest at this 'meetingwas promises that buyers will Service, A. J. Thomas J. Gary/Quigley S. W. Creaaey L. A. I'
well he handled the majorIn solicitation of funds In the the Rev. Garfield Evans be brought here to take the entire Knnln. and Bradford County Tele- Shepherd C. B. North.. and- W.' .-.I.I .- 'i
kicking and passing last fall residential section of Starke being Cuban missionary who expressed crop. Lima bean acreage will graph. Three ISO: momhenihlpx.I Churchwell. .
Mn safety man on defense. Restricted sponsored and worked by great appreciation to the club for be at a minimum because of the were aMo acknowledged duringthe There will be special Easter I
I on Injuries he was never : members of the Starke Woman's the monthly contribution that Is I high cost of need.--around $20 per week: Dr. R. P. Stubbins, Dr. music at each service, and topics
I> play a full season missing vice president of his class. A na- Club Is reported as follows: made to a clinic for underprivileged bushel. Siting/ beans some pepper' If. If. Adams, and Chailey B. for discussion will be taken front I
ames last year. As a Junior, I tlve of Montgomery Ala., he is Southwest Starke. Mrs. Edward children In Holguin, Cuba. and early potatoes constitute the Johns Agency. the seven last sayings from. the I '

f ft 48 points in five games; the son of Mrs. Charles, Mooney Burns. chairman; seven workers main crops now getting a stand The Chamber bait. announced, a. cross. I '
[Sh out the middle of the locally connected with theStarkaTelephone have turned a total of $141.10. Former LegislatorIs In this county."It one of its. 1947 objectives the ,

with a broken collar bone Company and the Flor- Southeast Starke Mrs. Junlus Is hard to predict just how placing of a Bradford County exhibit Rites Wednesday P
moved here MX '
'irned to play in excellent ida Theater. He Smith chairman, 5 workers, total Visitor Here'I I the corn crop will turn out." Mr. at the State Fair In Tamps For Russell Coleman '
efore the close of the sched- years ago. $47.45. District completely work next
feet of
"becauseour Thirty
W Alvarez said yesterday year. space
I George Inman former State
Mooney won his letter the Mooney will be 18 when he en- ed. from farmers were 43 days behind has already been' reserved for this Funeral services for Russell I. I
-ar at second string. I Iters I Clemson next fall. AlthoughIt's Northwest Starke. Mrs.\ A. Z. i visitor legislator to Starke last Monday was a with their planting due to unfavorable -' purpose; 15 feet to be used for Coleman, 04, who died Monday of "I

'Y'abilitlei extend to not definitely decided, he expects Adkins and Mrs. D. A. Monteith while on a trip to Camp Blandlng. weather con d !Itlons. displaying agricultural and other pneumonia In the Shadycrest hospital '

baseball and basketball. to major In some branch of co-chairmen, 9 workers reporting Inman Is buying structures. for a Therefore, it will be the last of products and 19 feet to be devoted here were held Wednesday .. j
-Item were gained in the engineering civil electrical or $99.25. new fishing camp, to be located at May before our corn matures and to a display by Florida Plastics afternoon at 0 o'clock at the. ,
port. I I I chemical. The college, located at Northeast Starke Mrs. T. Essen's Orange Lake. the Carolina. will be In produc- Inc. graveside In Swift Creek Cemetery '

VIiS alternate captain of theo Clemson. S. C.. U. a member of Osborne. chairman, 6 workers H'j' Inman rove has been located at Clt- tion In June. If all corn hits the "It Is estimated that more thana near Lake Butler, The Rev. r

! grldsters, and \\thls year the Southern Conference. 'porting $57.10.the residential ra as superintendent of the Mc- market at the same time It might million people will see this exhibit. Willie Crews officiated and the : t tr t. "
Total from. Cloud Fruit Company, owners of result In adverse prices" : ." Mr. Thomas stated, "and DeWitt C Jones' Funeral Home '

ipton Scouts Tax Deadline trict to date: of 34490.the business district 300 acres in orange groves since Mr. Alvarez dated that a pro the advertising value to the county was In charge of arrangements I
City Canvassing '
last October. gram of improvements will be can hardly be overestimated." Mr. Coleman resided three miles .. ', \
e Weiner Roast April 1, Clerk Says Is being conducted by but members Is-, The onetime Starke resident undertaken shortly at the local In discussing the membershipdrive south of Starke and at the time I oJ
the Club
of Rotary i market the State Board. The of his. last Illness.
prominent In local politics and by further the president stated was employed i
her,n of the Hampton Boy City Clerk Carl Johns stated not yet complete. various activities stated that his sawdust Insulation in the walls of that several 1 more day will be allowed as a service station attendant by : '; I
Troop, which is now in the I yesterday' that the 1946 tax roll Chairman Monteith Urges all I mother and his sister Mrs. O. M. the cold storage rooms will be to give everyone an opportunity Prescott Gill. During the period .,, ?. t I ,
their territories
' oft being organized en-I closes April 1 and all taxes unpaid solicitors to complete Inman and Miss Vonda Inman are removed and replaced with more to mall his 1947 dues In of activity at Camp Blending, hewas '.

Weiner roast at Hampton I i!I by that date immediately become as soon as in possible Red Cross and both employed with the ,State in efficient cork, which has Just be- to the Chamber before personal a carpenter there. He was a .' ,
Wednesday night of last delinquent. turn their money to Tallahassee. A brother, Frank. come available. Repairs will also solicitation begins.Addressing member of the Methodist Church. 1 I
as guests of Scoutmaster ,i I Properties on which taxes re- headquarters. Is located In Baltimore as Southern be made to the roof to stop present Starke business men He was. born in Baker County. ,
B- J nnlngs. 'I I will be advertisedfor leaks. He Is survived by five daughters I. .
main unpaid Representative of the Ful-Vue and women Mr. Thomas stated: i '
r a round, of spirited out- sale during the month of May. Bible Story HourAn Box Manufacturers. John Inman, "Please mall your check to us and Mrs Letty Mann. Mrs. Lowell Yar- HiI"F' 1 *.

-sues, the boys enjoyed Mr. Jobns stated. childrenand his other brother is a Standard M. C. Thomas Buys I help save your time and our brought Mrs. M. Alexander and I I
8 welnen over the open fire.I I! attendance of 108 Oil Company superintendent at : Since penonal solicitation has to Miss Ruby Lee Coleman all of Lake ;, I
present for the outing To Receive eight adults heard and"The saw Tallahassee. Service Station be carried on by business men intheir Butler and Mrs. J. W. MIckell.Jr. J ; S
Harry Smith, Bert Hlnson.ox. City the illustrated Bible story time member ., of Branford, and by two sisters II '
M. C. Thomas this week announced spare every
the 8000, at the Community
a.- Mlltoo Eiland. Bruce Bids On Gas, Oil I Feeding Bible School Tuesday aft- Mail Messenger Bids the purchase of the Mc- ship that Is mailed In I I" doubly, ,. Mrs. Arrle Denmark. of I I :' j -
Peat Mead. Merrill V Plant City and Mn. Effie Sup- ,
- RhoIte [ at 3:30: o'clock In the recreation -: Rae Service Station located oneblock appreciated. P
Roberts and Kenneth In a legal advertisement ernoon Close TomorrowSealed perly, of Tampa. f' I
t building of the First north of the bus station on ". ,
boys meet J this week the City of Methodist Church. bids will be received Temple Avenue. Singing Convention \ 'tNIlA K.\V $.\I'J. j ;. ; I,', '
a the each Wednesday Starke announces that it will receive After the story period refreshments through tomorrow (Saturday) fer The station will be renamed Mr. and Mrs. Denapaey' Sapp, I ; ,I' (
d for room that baa been sealed bids I for supplying were ,served. The nondenomInational the position of mail messenger, "City Limits Service Station & The regular monthly meetingof of Oalnwrvllle announce the birth f. I
"in them above the old and oil for the city's class meets each between the Btarke post office Garage" and will! feature general: the Bradford County Singing of.* daughter March 12.: The .
"nlns Hampton. Scoutmas- gasoline equipment. Bids Tuesday afternoon same time. and the SAL railroad station. auto repairs. body and fender Convention will be held at the baby girl has been named Wanda I ;
''I to urges all boys In- trucks and other the office of same place. and all parents are Blank bids and additional Infor- work and I Gulf gasoline. and Ktngaley Lake Baptist Church Kay. Mr. and Mrs. .Sapp are ,; ;
coma to the next meet-,will be received at their youngsters petroleum product, Mr. Thomas Sunday March 23, beginning at :3
that they Clerk until 8:30: p. m-. urged to han I mation may be obtained from former residents of Bradford S
can become char- the City Visitors
m. welcome.
I stated. p. are. .
lllben ft attend. Postmaster F. F. Stump. County.jli'l /
the 1.
troop. ,April zIS

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1t THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH TOO LATE [A. H. Carratt, Caught In Greek Homeland period the rlotlngs but did and witness bloodshed the of ludl-this the ments British in Greece withdrawal hp ashy or e 1nI
During Invasion Praises Red Cross AidThe nation that.
'O CLASSIFY ceous spectacle of Italian prisoners must Inevitably be
Established 1877 the control lit
rigors of Italian and Cer- Red Crow. Aid hooting English l prisoners. SUtes of Britain, the, tIt!

I R. L. Matthews __.____._-ll Hay man Invasion Axis occupation, Carratt knew what it was at held by Greek Communists. Greece-as or a Russia"fence" He d,Nn,

famine, Communist revolution and first hand to receive the life- The Carratta returned thankfully pandlng Russia ShoUld
Weekly on Fridays and Entered an Second CUss -Matterat Let a flre'delltroy a single build- post-war devastation in strategic giving service of the Red Cross to the United State last June next step would enter,. he sal

the Pout Office at Starke. Florida. Ing or the small area of a city and Greece was the arduous expert when. In 1943, "bread and food Son Jimmy, however, remained key. From there be IstanbUl,T
headlines will scream the
newspaper ience of A. H. Carratt coownerpf cars" from the International organization behind, continuing: hIs preparationfor could more COI11I11I11
the In scareheads, but even readily enter
DWINDLING the Park Theatre. Carratt purchased were allowed to enter. a career as a medical doctor. Asia Atr1Q
The rat at which timber cutting In the United Statesis the greatest of these ao-calle had been
Interest In the theatre Through 1942, famine Carratt la well aware that Before .,
outstripping timber production is causing concern to< "terrible holocausts" pale into Insignificance and assumed its active management Increasing particularly in the Greece has not seen the end of Starke Carratt moving ? .??!

those whose duty it is to encourage timber production and when we compare last month. cities. Many he Bald, obtained Its troubles-that it la of crucial 1C--home of Sam lived In Mun4,

conservation. L. T. Nieland forester with the state agricultural that them each to the greater conflagration million William Carnaslon, a second rood from produce regions by use Importance to the opposing ma- owner of the Park Stralos, 4.
extension service, calls attention to some startling of dollars worth year of potential timber owner, embarked for Athens on of all of their money, and finally, jor powers of today. While not In years before the

j facts brought out in the recently completed appraisal of so vitally needed by our State the S. S. Olympia from New York, through, barter. Carratt and his expressing himself as to the course ratt, Stratos and war, t,
the nation's forest resources. and nation.It on March 15. He will visit his tamlly remained In Trikkala, America should take, in event of business partners In Eft.11
could be .;
mother, whom he has not seen where vegetables pur
I AW have 43 per cent less standing timber today thanin would be a pretty low ort since leaving for tho United Statesat ch&IOed-for a price. On the I

1909. 9 per cent less than 1938. We are cutting: saw- of an Individual who would deliberately the age of 11-40 years ago. whole, he considers himself for-

timber 50 per cent faster than it is being replaced by set fire to the home ofa Carratt was caught in the Greek tunate, and to have shared In
returned veteran, yet that I Is WEEK-END{
homeland at the Axis' first on- much luck, throughout the ordeal.He SPECIALSSAPP'S
gro..th.While 76 per cent of all privately owned forest land exactly what you and I do whenwe slaught in June, 1040, when Italy believes that approximately 20
carelessly tons a lighted cigaror .. ..
i H In farm or other small ownership, only 4 per cent of this cigarette butt Into dry grass declared war on England the percent of the Red Cross food was V"" .
r 260 million is being harvested accordingto Strait of Gibraltar was closed systematically stolen by the Ger
huge area, acres along the highway or neglect to
good forest practices. In contracts 29 per cent of the put out smoldering camp fires' and escape was barred to Carratt mans. STAlLING'S'

i ,, ]large private holdings, such as those of big pulp and lumber A grateful public, through,Acts and his family. An American visit-citizen The Germans departed from
since 1004, he had been memorable libera-
9, manufacturers,;: is being properly cut; but this percentage of Congress, ban provided the returning Thessany on a &
student at But
ing his son Jimmy a in October,
tion day
i is still far from satisfactory.To veteran with liberal rights
the University of Athens. followed-with an up-
meet the great need for more building materials, wherein he may, under the G. 1. When the Germans struck Thes- revolution rising of Communists. Carrattwas STORE GROCERY
Bill of Rights, purchase ,or erecta
poles, crossties!, pulpwood and other forest products present sany, the Carratts were in the not In a location to observe

forest growth must be doubled. Forest depletion, there- The home.returning veteran finds to town of Trikkala, and experienced 600 E. 10th St. Last Store E. Call SlI

fore, concerns not only the. owner of forest land but every- his dismay and disappointmentthat many bombing raids. Son Chris I! I

body. he is unable to purchase materials now attending Stetson University Sightseeing Trips Friday & Saturday March 21 22
The fact that three-fourths of the forest ]land Is in with which to build that at Deland Joined the resisting

;d small holdings, of which only 4 percent is being properly long dreamed of "love nest. In forces, eventually attaining rank Charter Trips PHILLIPS -

x = cut. should stimulate redoubled effort on the part of all spite of allocated priorities, he Is of lieutenant with the Allied Passenger Trips .
4 agricultural agencies to bring about better forest and land faced with a shortage problem. Military Mission in the Greek Tomato

r use. These many small forests lend themselves to more There is an actute shortage or I mountains. .
After the Invasion was complete, Pork & Beans
f "4 'IT- intensive forest management. They must be depended upon materials and of these materials Carratt knew terror dealt by both BIRDSEYE VIEW OF

h A to nrovide most of the timber products needed. lumber seems t> be GET the scarcest THIS- German and Italian occupation CAMP BLANDING AND SAUCE
\ The does not show how the Florida farmer com- commodity yet-and
survey troops-when beatings, LAKE $2.25
k 4 enough growth was destroyed shootings| KINGSLEY
a, al 1 Inares with the rest of the nation in the care of his timber- by woods fires in Florida and hangings were commonplace, 3 .34 '

; .ands. However, it is clear to even the casual observer that : this last year to have provided and food became Increasingly CANS 3 for .21

U ere is much room for improvement. While careless] cutting lumber to build 100,000 new scarce. The local theatre man recalled -

in' timber stands contributes heavily to forest deple- homes, each a aix-room bungalow vividly the hanging of five See Starke From

tion, woods fires in Florida still cause far greater destruction containing 16,000 feet of lumber. young men in his neighborhood The Air $1 and up GOLDEN ACEMACARONI
ill aged about 20-when charged Great Northern
of the forest resources. Try and visualize a city of 100-
Of the two
with guerilla activity.
000 homes. Such a community .
be much than Miami, :occupation forces, he described the
.Itallaans as "the least brutal" A I Beans
that determined effort will be made toN Tampa or Jacksonville. Now Imagine -' SPAGHETTI
appears! a policy of the Nazis, he said, was or
such a city being totally Conway AirparkLACY
secure funds from the legislature/ for the establishment ofa to kill 100 citizen, selected at
tlre.-Wouldn.t that
Medical School in Florida.At destroyed by the death of one Ger 1
random for 3lbs. .43
be Mr. EdltorWouldn'tthat 3 f for
a story; .19
a recent meeting in Jacksonville the Hoard of Gov- rate the biggest headlines at man. In the instance of tiny villages -, CONWAY

ernors of the Florida Medical Association, whose member- your command? he declared thia I sometimes R. M. STUART

ship numbers 1.662 physicians, went on record favoring the All right, I'm giving you the meant that an entire com- Commercial FlightInstructors
immediate establishment of such a school. tory. 1 haven't colored it or at. munity would be wiped out. I

They point out that Medical Schools of the nation are I tempted to exaggerate any of its reeks were occasionally provoked -I|I Tomato All Regular
overcrowded and cannot take care of the applicants from 'pitiful> details. The record stands to shoot a German soldier when -

their own states, and Florida men who desire to learn the and can easily be verified through he was caught stealing

profession have no place to go. the records of our State Forestry PASTE BREAD

l State Senator John E. Mathews of Jacksonville plansto Department.You LEARN FLY
introduce such a bill in the next session and will make an and I witnessed.that really EARN While You to

Ir effort 4lthough'oppgnpnts to secure its passage.of the movement will say that it licked steady"terrible their crackle holocaust.way of over the We flames millions heard that the of On The C. I. BILL of RIGHTSWe .3 for .43 '3 for s35

l ''ould be, "too expensive. to establish! a medical.college in acres of Florida forest lands. We

Florida, it might be argued that It is also] "to expensive"from saw its dull glow In the night sky

a humanitarian standpoint not to have an adequate and termed It "Just nother woods Argo Gloss "
number of tor4 to meet the needs .Florida's 33"
: of- fire. *, II
:" fOU.Mi ;,: '011 .: ;"YDf1o are now' Approved for the following -
arrowl-, .,.",. ] w Wr', f1't! 'Like the gentler / laughed
when a panic stTtCk passenger courses! ,
accosted him on a.'passenger ves- Basic Ground Primary and Ad- BLEACH
Radio $2.00 eel In mid-ocean and screamed, vanced Flying Also Private, Commercial --.;....,:
Any Repaired .
: ...... .
"the boat is sinking and calmly and Flight l i Instructor .

i '(PLUS PARTS) don't replied own, "What it"; we'do calmly we care watchone we Courses. Approval No. 5650.---':':::-' ,3'for .13 3 for .33

Phonograph Parts and Service of Florida's greatest natural
ri'+l la"t Estimates anel.Tube Testing FREE! resources being destroyed before Class Room Instruction Tues. & Thurs.

All Work Guaranteed 90 DaysBrown's our eyes we and foolishly are unconcerned assume we per-because Nights 7:30 P. M.. Alt Kinds Independence


y Radio Service selves.sonally But we'are Every are note such Just:' affected., kidding fire directly our- CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-1T SERVICE Cigarettes I, Matches 1

Court Street Opposite Courthouse ouches all of us. You can no
could more destroy build the 100,000 material six-room that PHONE 147 OR 32 3 pkgss s57 3 pkgss .25 5

homeR and not be affected than CONWAY AIRPARK

you could actually destroy a great
R. B. Alvarez & Son city and not be affected.

Every man, woman and child In -
the State helps defray the cost

Transfer & Involved in fighting these forest
,rMt Storage fires and believe it or not, there
22,000 such fires In have Coke
'fir were over Friendly moment. a
Phone 179 Florida last year
Had that valuable timber been

brought to maturity it would have
brought millions of ,dollars to
11 Moving and! We operate local and long Florida. given employment to

distance thousands of people and provided
[. Stprag". Anywhere in badly needed material for con- .
I "
the State of Florida. traction.: No matter what your <

n s occupation In. your business and -

Fast, Careful Moving your affected.personal Income Is directly I 5 5q

Today we areonly toying with
(Adv.) his great i problem of forest pro-

.. tection. Of the 22 million acres
of forest lands In the State, only _

\. P.t MARETINGThis ; 6\ million are now under protection ___ \
of the Florida Forest Service. .
vi1h bZ While the percentage of damaging /" 41 ,
fires has been sharply reduced In

the protected area it Is only a

1 Is the season of the year when menu .s well as wardrobes drop in the bucket when comparedto
1 re likely. to need pepping up, andyou'lfindavisittoyourA&I' the annual loan that occurs in
r a real spring;tonic.. I know I always get plenty new Ideas just unprotected areas.
S !.t d from looking over A&P'a wide selection of fine foods and Each that
day we neglect placing -
'com home with plenty of grand values, too.
the entire State under fire
i '
\* 'COMMOTION riarfCTION MAGI IT SNAPPYI protection we are burning our i
This treat for the children Is Are you looking: for a desert dollars just as surely as if we a
child's play to make: Melt 1 tbap. that's a snap to whip up? Then were. to take our folding money
fp0 of butter in saucepan; add 'i o cup line a I 9* pie plate with 1'i cups and touch a match to It. "What
of of ginger snap crumbs mixed with
of sugar, V4 tsp bola "
we mortals be.
.\\\,liIUIIA / salt and ',i o cup of U cup of butter or marine< ;
\Vfi. (' molasses heat, chill thoroughly; All
; ;
stirring constantAPPLESAUCE and top with Be Quick; To TreatBronchitis
ly until sugar whipped cream.! Smooth, tasty TN.
boil A&P APPLESAUCE is grand
melts. Then 1
\ < t
IF1 (etirrintoccasionwith; gingerbread and griddle $,
+ ally) till a small amount of mixcakes, too,to stock up at the AAJ L'I I
tare cracks wUcn dropped In cold HOUANDAISI YOu LL MAISI

wlLtel'.I'ourovtrlleupsufSUNNYStranR as It seems, though hard Chronic bronchitis may develop If
F1KLU RICE PUFFS large! to make, Hollandaise is easy to :four cough chest cold.or acute bronchitis -
bowl stirring constantly., Form imitate. Here's how: Beat 2 egg la not treated and you cannot! !(
+ tntn about 18 halls. Cl11.lJrtn loveSUNNYFIEL1) till thick melt S of afford to take chance with any medl-
yolks ; cup
RICE S cine leas potent than Creomulalon
with fruit, too, so buy an extra buttertullcreamy which goes right to the seat of the
in \\i
appearance I.. 1I/I,
at A&PI : .., ,. 7 trouble to help loosen and expel germ
y r package your add to egg yolks 'ii \: laden phlegm and aid nature to
r beating con soothe raid heal tender.lnflamed
LUSCIOUS WITH LAMI stantly. ,Cook in fps: bronchial mucous :membranes. Y
To make a perfect dinner partner saucepan over low Creomulslon blends< beechvood 1' ,
if for a roast, combine sweet tender heattilUhickcned.Krmove creosote special process with other +
''r r 10VA CANNEl PEAS from the f'011stove and add 1 tbsp.A&L'withcoekedsmallwhiteonions tlmo tested medicines tot coughs.
of vinotrar or 1'4 tbsps. of lemon It contains no narcotics.No .
and chopped mint leaven. Whether juice. To give thl. mock Hollan- matter how many medicinesyou
or not March poe out like a lamb il.ime. the delicate flavor of the real! : have tried ten your druguiat to 01TUO>> UNDII AUTHORITY Ot THI COCA IT
sell bottle of Croornulslon with -COIA COMPANY
h I predict that you'll! <> for this doMeCoy., he sure to use fresh, high- the you understanding must like the
licious dish witli your lamb! quality A4P BUTTEK. way it quickly allays the cough,permitting -
A4 h rest and sleep or you are to ;jt STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING co.
havo your money back (Adv.)


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New members must pay an entrance and the football Is a member team of for the four Letter-years 1 Mr and 1\frs. Lnvon Alvarez of visiting their son-ln-Iiiw and, wore dinner guests of Mr and I

[B.H.S School Journal for that fee month.of $1 All plus members the $1 dues men's Club. He likes pretty girls I Orlando attended church at Pine' daughter Mr and Mrs. Bishop Mrs. H. 1'0(. McRae Friday of last

the must fishing, hunting, and football He Level Sunday and were dinner Thomas. In Hrooker recently week.
pay $1 dues
every month if dislikes conceited people. guests of hill parents. Mr and! :Mr. and Mrs Eldon Sapp and'' Miss Gwendolyn McRae was the

that letterman desires to get a Mrs O. R Alvarez.Mr. I son, Jo Allen and Mrs. T. N Norman dinner guest of Miss Vuncllo Kelly I
HIGH 0 Lettermen's Club Jacket at the end of the year, Agnes. Lt-wU and Mrs. II. H. Lewis were all of tlellbronn Springs, In Starke Sunday 'I l lM
BRADFORD which will be paid for from the - .
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SCHOOL NEWS dues I Agnes Lewis born ..."
The was In Starke
_ Lcttermcn's Club Is an
-Editor-If-Chlef, 0 organization whose members have Senior Biogs on hair March and blue 12,1927.eyes.She Agnes had blond has (Ezl

Jackie Hasklns 0o earned a letter in some athietlc had all other schooling at BHS

activity such as basketball football I'ojle Elvln la/en and Is a Senior this year. She wasa ; '

Society Brown Editor, .0. track, cheer-leading, and oth-; In Brooker. Florida October 2, ,I member of the Glee Club for Motorists I gh .l M a. 1
Marlon two
o ers. Our present club was organized I-I 1929. Doyle Elvin Hazen was born.I years.

Editor, 0 last year and we hope it will He has brown eyes and hair and She likes to go places and meet
Sports Weldon 0 stay this time. The last meeting he attended Junior High School new people. Her hobby Is readingand 1

Steve was held on January 14, 1947, and in Brooker. He Is now a senior of listening: to the radio. Agnes ey y 'sr" ',i'111yr ,
members at Bradford High Fond of has an ambition to be \ \
Student Advisor that time were as follows sports managerof
Blanchard Law"COURAGE" 0 : Dorothy Anderson, William Doyle played half-back for the a large department store. Lots \

Andrew, Leslie Bradley, Maxie Tornadoes two years. Other likes of luck, Agnes. ,. ,wee
Carter, Jr., Everette are good things to eat and horses
Crews Spen- -
Itla ......" di ,_ uu.u_ Dorothy'Irglnla Johns. '
cer Crews. Doyle Conner, Lowell Minui alike la western Allt6s MlIFS
Douglas, Billy Edwards Herbert shows How can a person like Dorothy Virginia Johns was g Voic.ol $al fy -36,664 ,
By Charlie Knight Fillyaw, I horses and dislike good old horse I on float esolroads' en.ddiflone115,000a/11Ni /r-
Bobby and Charlie Fraz- l'orn..ln Jacksonville, Florida, on doubt orarallyP l.fon 1r.ad well dlrovt o4a
ier, Jim operas? You'll have to ask ,,,, %' I Llfttt
I ten't what we learn Brown Godwin, Kenneth Doyle December 7, 1928. She has attended its road today COIIIPO rati"a V Asd.rwoN
age deeds and pastime play; Grider, Annette Gunter Al Harley to answer that one. school In Springfield Jacksonville firs on John Olson a' S till "as goOcl wills Ray gmedle, Calil. I
rough Jackie Haskira, Doyle Haztm, Doyle's ambition la to be a law and la now attending wills Er.r.MW art. d wrlt.a E. .P \\.r b
books tread" \
the alb Colo.
wisdom from many Jack Hall B. C. Holtzendorf, Jr.. yer. Knowing his ability to think BHS in her senior year. Den", F ti

,,.th which we spend the day. Charles Knight, Henry Manassa fast we are sure he will accom Dorothy has gray eyes and t

not the hate of fellow men, Edith( Manning Marlon Manning plish his aim. Good luck Doyle. brown hair. She likes friendly I I

hiding things from God Mary "Chick" MacDonald. Barney IIuroM A. people, sports; and her only dislike -
within; McRae, Jimmy McRae Billy Miles Is conceited people. I 1You're I

faith to battle to the end, Doris Moncrief, Joe Monteith On April 4,1923 Harold A. Her hobby Is soda jerking, and

strength to, carry on. Charles Mooney, Buck Norman, (can't seem to find out what the"A" her ambition is to be a secret
e Drew Reddish, John Rivers Pete stands for) Johnson was born F.BI. woman. Lots of luck, Dot I

or stamp pads, stamp pad Sapp, Billy Smith, Peggy Tilley, in Hartford, Tennessee I ,
ruhlxr stamp, daters nurara Spike Vance and Steve Weldon. S 0 e '. a !
Hee The TELKGBAPH. Our next meeting will, no doubt Harold has brown eyea and wavy II I I
black hair. His hobby is work, I
us adding' quite a few names State Farm
to our list of members because his. special likes are girls, and his

NOW TO CET QU/GC many boys and girls not mentioned ambition is aB yet undecided. We Hy 1'1.... Bryan \\Mtfleld I MILES AHEAD with the tire that t
RUIEF' fROM PAIHtUt} here earned letters In bas- wonder If that special decided likIng 0 r r 0 0 0 .0. 0 F 1

s COLD MISERIES; ketball this year. ambition for girls are In and that undecided connec- Visitors of !Mr and Mrs R. H. :
any way
The officers for the
ti CET 666 NOW) year are: ted! Tyson from Friday until Sundaywere OUTWEARS PREWAR TIRES
Barney McRae, president; Charlie I I
fni How about Mr. .Tyson's sister and
? IT.s n.QUICKiieOLBKEPAMTIOM 666 Knight, vice president; and Jackie telling us what that
"A" stands for, Mr. Johnson. brother, Mrs. N. J. Underwood of I
,upl,USI ONIV A*Ot"ICUD Haskins, secretary and treasurer.
Durham, N. C., and B. 1.., Tyson look whoa" talking/ And this time it's tiretlealcri.
-.-..-.------.-.-.___._.___.____.._u_.._.,. Francis Ltmrll Douglas of South Dakota. tls I lI I! q I i t the not we It
---------------------- I : It's public telling u* a thing or two
Having received a discharge about the tiny we sell.
Us On April 14, 1929 In nrooker,
Let and
Repaint Repair Florida from the Army, Richard Wood Since two months after V.] Day we've I been: telling ,
Douglas. Hedoesn't ward arrived, home Saturday from 1; the world about our new postwar D. F. Cinodru.ni
4R p1 Your Old Bicycle like his first name no his Philadelphia, Pa. i Silvertown tire the lira that OlflWE.-tKf:
classmates call him Lowell. He PREWAR TIKLS. And the
public's I
.. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lowry of now telling us CONVENIENT .
went to school in 4 in letters and testimonial. how
Brooker for 9 right we were.
We'll Make It Like New Wingate, N C. and Mr. and Mrs TERMS I
years and will finish here this I If your car newts new tires, coma in lutluy. .
Sam Shannon of
Monroe, N, C.I
year. A lover of sports Lowell has ft.I j you'll want this longer mileage bilvertowa on every IF YOU DESIRIFARM
ALSO were guests of Mr. and< Mrs.
played both football and, basketball wheel's but in lh. long run. 1
H. Cox Saturday and Sunday.
NEW & USED BICYCLES with the Tornadoes. He was
Donald Gene Butler, Merchant
FOR SALE class reporter In the tenth grade. Seaman, Is now with Ills parents '

His eyes are brown and hair dlt''I Mr. and Mia. C. H. Cope, having HOME & AUTO SUPPLY I
to. It is his ambition to be an i.
I arrived Sunday from France via
FI.A.I engineer. His hobby Is fishing and I port of Mobile, Alabama after
he loves to eat, but he dIslikes
105 W. CALL ST. STARKE. Farming. We wish Lowell good an absence of nine months.Guaranteed I STARKE FLORIDA PHONE 26 f
-eNe4e.eue-eoea.e.ee---p p-- permanent $3 ulthwt.
luck and we hope his ambitionwill I
Hart'H Beauty Solon, stark J t
be achieved. JUY ANDREWS OWNER
Leslie Bradley and Misses June

or SAFETY, 'fft ""'q3 William Henry Edward Caldwell and, Doris Moncrlef to- ..tL:1
(; gether with other members of the

omfort and On December 19. 1929, In Jack- Bradford High School band, at-
Economy $
sonville, Florida, William Henry tended the district Band Festival
9" I1If (Billy) Edwards III, was born to at St. Augustine Friday.

OUR BUS: SCHEDULES: Mr. and Mrs. W. .H. Edwards, of I Mrs. R.. W. Brannen spent Sun- a t

iwtey. g day with hor jj other. Mrs. H. P.Gainey .
OtNn: N. DOIINO t:. 1'0&11'f0"' r." W. IHn1'\1D po ( 'FriebJa IIf
N Lrwieyt r Sf.Pet"". 'I. ".. A.'I.e ,'" '1'."._..._ IlBilly f\rual'ied\ Junior high at: In Brookvr. sympathize -
a:Hal:: AM AK G'v/11:5115 110"."" Vla Green c.y ft, VQ" I.. Lawteyv'an' Is now a senior at ;with Mrs. Brannen and ,
1Iaa AM AM :
,,at AM' sill Atf: 1,211: P'tI 7.:111 P" eHS. He was president of his class members of her family In the re- .
,otI AM 10,21) AM. 7'11' P" aka 1'ly Via In the ninth and tenth grades, and cent death of Mr. Galney. I
::1 Is AM' 2,24): P'I r ireen CV. 0.1?, lake Huller, Mra. J C. Wallace! visited relatives -
,19 P'II vice president of the Junior class
11.:1 PM "10. Dar. o.lyl .0013 AM
.1a.ntl, P'I'I PM 141..3 PM aIN AM 1110 P" Athletically Inclined Billy has In Jacksonville for several !
G'vuL .atys Daytona Beer 7110.1( the week. Mr.
'WI P'I'I HIIII AM \la Palatka' played baseball one year, track days during past
a nlnadl.e 7.:18 PM 1"3 AM two years, and football and bas- Wallace Joined her there Satur- -
a. P'II' Palatk.Site PM eolyt ketball for three years. Billy Is day and they returned home Sun

also a member of the Lettermen'sClub. day.
For Courteous Correct Information Phone 147 Misses Betty Williams and Carolyn -

Billy has green eyes. and brown I Bradley spent Friday night ,
Ride Florida Greyhound Lines Inc. Busses lair. His ambition Is to be a for and Saturday with their relatives (( You can get

M and Mrs. Reece Bradley, In I
ester. He likes the out-of-doors, >% I
BUS STATIONemple dlBllkes conceited girls and squash.Good Jacksonville. J. M. Bradley also

Ave. LACY CONWAY Agent Starke, Flit. luck Billy, and we hope, you visited Jacksonville relatives Sat- CONNECT I

achieve your ambition. urday afternoon. //P andDISCONNECT" { : I

. Annl LiHil** Kelley 0 0 e 0 0 .00 ;r I
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Annie Louise Kelley (who does Pine LevelBy Jri/; .

not like to be called by her first

name) has brown hair and eyes, Mr*. If. M. McRae
a Full Day's Work from and was born in Brooker, Florida o e .00 0 0 0 service t

on October 17, 1929. Louise has ( ; ;
It was a great day at Pine Level -
attended school In Brooker, Wild- ?
41o4deS ad Mule4FEED. wood and Starke,where she is now Baptist Church Sunday morningand s'M i
evening, conducted by the ,
In her last year, 0
pastor, the Itev. W. Ii. Hall. \ :
has been Club 0de
Louise a Glee I
Mra. R. C. Cheshire returned to ?
member for two years. She likes her home here from the I'alatka tJ
chocolate; sundaes and sports
Hospital this week much Improved -
she dislikes beets, spinach, and after several days illness

math. Her hobby Is taking pic Mrs. Mancel demons and three

URINA OMOLENEWith tures and loafing. Louise has an children returned to their homo
ambition to be a secretary We In Lake Wales Monday after :

wish you lots of luck, and hope pending three week here with ;

that you'll make a fine secretary. her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs b9

English MoKuo I). M. McRae.
a shortage of labor on the farm, it's important Barney Mr. and Mm. Robert Taylorand

Barney English McRae was bornIn daughter, Charl'no were
to see that horse and mule is in top LIfBat11
every Starke on June 20 1929. He guests; of Mr. and Urn. Lucian ..
condition for a full day's work. Purina Omo- has brown eyes and black hair. Conner In Starke Sunday afternoon -

lene_ the South's favorite conditioner for Barney han. bad all of his school- f fL
Ing at BUS and will graduate this Mr and Mm. Paul Faulkner of i

many years-is an economical feed. year. He Is treasurer of the senior Starke were 'dinner guests of Mr.

class. Barney has played on and Mrs. Robert Myrick Sunday. .

It's a grain ration that will help keep your .101..._.,.' If you're going on vacation changing: your address, ; I

work stock the collar day after day- 1'
in f
up. or just moving to a new location. It'M usually DON- : ,
ALL day! : ;; Rom where I sit ...//Joe Marsh '

: ruble to make all arrangements for connecting or "; .. 1 i
Omolene .
is also an excellent disconnecting your service by Telephone. t 1

conditioner for bulls.eifi': 'as = 'I' k 1

Come in, see a sample and ,41 Do Men Like Women? To Have yourself the trouble of a trip to our office, 1! : t ,

get our price. Put in your C / <8 NOTIFY'US ju'*t phone: : ,

supply NOW! / I"

PURINA Maybe\ jail read that recent article And when he doe go out, for J To insure handling: Starke Office 167 1 ,

in a national magazine claimas afternoon of Billing down at your request on ,.i

gel O iOIENE leg that American men don't really Seward' Creek, er for an evening time, we appreciate j.".
Ipuvz4In Thin service 'in an added convenience to our customertt. :
like the company,of women. They glaaa of beer at Andy BotI D' your notifying ux of i '. ,

the moil put them op on a pedestal and Garden Tavern, Jane la almmt' al- your move as far Use thin easy. method for future change j
.for spring leave them there. ways with him (except when she'sButlwoaldn't.aythatthatwas possible i Sn ad ,5'5'as 5'i i
got a .potofhaklaglath.overf ). !
Mow vance. Call during '
From where 1 alt, respect I
.o 'in oar town. Look at any married office hour 8:15a. : f :
couple-like the Copper. dnein't,.rule out everyday com- m. to 5:00 p. m. .J. '

Jane wouldn't nag If Dee apent his panionahlp ; and never should. Monday t h r o ughFriday JnflHT .

evening VUh the &oy "-butactually : They successful go together_ ntUl parts 8:15 to FLORIDA' PO\V\ COHPMY { : ;, I
of a marriage.
Dee like nothing better ,
noon Saturday. I
:!' 1
SISTRUNKeed than to stay borne by the fire, rj":' ......,;:0 y

sharing a glass of beer with Jane, c9ce -illa.t4l!.. J. II. DuPre e' sill t's
: playing' cribbage, or Jut taking.opyrgA4,1917.
8 Seed StorerinswumJWUl Manager t .

,VirileJ s-..Brtmrt F.**M_ '




+ _____ m__ MARCH d. 191. i,

II. SOCIETY and CLUBS Mrs. Thomas HonoredAt Hamburger SupperAt . e e e e BHS Band Members I June Caldwell George--Reba

Lovely ShowerMrs. Graham Home LAWTEY' Enjoy CompetitionAt Marilyn Barbara Crosby Moore,, Margaret Pat McOdq!

44i D. L Thomas, formerly Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham By The SchoolCOMMKNCKMENT St. AugustineIn dish, George and I\t4.\
i Demorest Home j Birthday Party Miss Seleta Sparks, whose marriage were hosts Tuesday night at a de- . . . I Martha Home Levy ('anol\

I Is Scene of Bridge 'For Tom SmithMrs. last August to D. L. Thomas, lightfully Informal hamburger St. Augustine last Friday his- Idell VIvian MeRIt
'I son of Mr. and Mrs B. T. Thomas, supper honoring Mr. and Mrs tory was mad as far as school Minnie Lou 1/alll./
And Buffet SupperThe Eldridge Smith's Kinder was recently announced, was the Henry Stott and Bert Stott oiPhoenlxville. Rev. C. B. North, pastor of bands In thin district are concerned Ruth Edwards, Archie and .
the First :Methodist Church of BHS %
and members of the Band
garten room was the scene Friday Inspiration for a delightful miscellaneous Pa, house guests of glnta Carmichael, Joan
charming Park Place homeof Lawtey, ,will deliver the baccalaureate hand to new Inspiration SD1ltl
were on gain
I morning from ten-thirty until shower at 4 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Monteith. Joan Pat ray,
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorestwas address at Delano
twelve o'clock of little Tom Thursday afternoon of last weekat The guests met at,the,Graham Lawtey Junior from the first district Tholllal
the scene Saturday night of a Smith's birthday party. Tom is the home of Mr and Mrs. R. home at seven o'clockfor supper High School commencement exercises competition meeting:, in which I Buddy Faxon Lloyd Grlder Lini,
beautiful bridge and buffet sup the four old and Sunday night. The ser- bands from the following schools sey Futch. Robert Stefanelli
year son of Mr. A. Green on Walnut St. Mrs. and each guest fried his own Rs
per party given by Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Hogan Smith.Tom's Green, Mrs. L. G. Powell, Mrs. C. hamburger and assisted with vice will be held in the school participated: Palatka, Jasper, dolph Sapp, Billy McCall! ROben
Demorest and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. auditorium.The Cox, Bruce
Gainesville Lake City, Andrew Maxwell
mother, assisted by Mrs. A. Knight, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, other kitchen duties. Janet! An
Bitch when they'entertained their Rev. G. V. Lee derson, Marl
of of
pastor Jackson, and Robert E. Lee MCKinney,
Eldridge Smith entertained. the Mrs. M. F. Hazen, and Mrs. L. A. Members of the Monteith and Hele
bridge club and a few other the local Church will Adklna,
Baptist Jacksonville, and the Ketterllnua Peggy Dale, and
Canova Joint hostesses for
folk throughout the morn- AlI'b
young Graham families to
were present assist the Rev. North with the Lewis. Two
guests. High School Band of St. Augus other student
with informal thla lovely affair.A who
games. the with the hon-
enjoy party
was service and all were band
The seven o'clock supper Lawtey Churchesare members last
served buffet style from the dinIng At twelve o'clock the childrenwere color scheme of yellow and orees. cooperating to make the ex- tine.There were several first division Lou Edwards and Doris Moment! y*

" table which was overlaid with seated at the long kinder- white waa carried of out In the ercise outstanding one. The winners for concert playing, eight also made the trip. A. W, sale

and exquisite Italian cutwork garten table, which was covered floral daffodils arrangements and in candytuft decorat-, Winsome Class girls glee club will_ furnish music. reading, and for marching and director, supervised and chape: ,
cloth. A Spring-like arrangementof with a white linen cloth and cen- ing the lower floor of the Green's Met Last Friday The public Is cordially Invitedto drilling.: Some of the bands won ed the group.
daffodils and Iris in a be present at the services with
the State Festival
the to attend -
tered with a beautifully decorated home.
bowl, balanced by burning yellow spacious I The Winsome Class of the First the school's ninth, and graduating which will be held soon in MERRY UDU ALEX.\ )tRI
birthday cake. The cake was The guests were met at the
tapers in silver candelabra, was I class'
Church its monthly
usA as the central embellishment. Iced In white and decorated in door by Mrs. Green and presentedto Baptist I Mr. and Mrs. Hal E. Alexan*,
All table appointments were of pink and green. The Inscription the receiving line composed of buslness-soclal-devotional meet- WSCS MET MONDAY The local band members thor- of Jacksonville announce the bin:
k silver. Gladioli, balanced by yellow "Happy Birthday to Tom" was the honoree, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Ing Friday night of last week at The Woman's Society of Christian oughly enjoyed themselves and the of a daughter, Merry LOU, on 5,,
candles in sliver holders, outlined with pink birthday can- S. El. Sparks, mother of the bride the home of Mrs. Ralph Alvarez I Service of the First Methodist trip proved to be very profitable. urday March 15, at St. Vincwti:,
dles. Mrs. Fred Ross prepared the Church met last They were surprised and pleased Hospital Mrs.
formed the decorative note for and Mrs. B. T. Thomas, motherof I Monday Alexander i is g>
the buffet.. Refreshments of punch, ice the bridegroom.After devotional, and Mrs. Alvarez, 'night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. with the excellent playing, marching former Miss Martlle Hemirpiu),

+ Assisting the hosts in serving cream and birthday cake, were viewing the crystal china president of the organization, pre- L. H. Futch. Mrs. Futch and and drilling of the various daughter of Mr. and Mrs Fna
4 i' and entertaining their guests served to the thirty guests present.The and other handsome gifts displayed sided over the business meeting. Mrs. E. W. Ayers were co-host- participating bands. It is the hope Hemingway, of Starke.
During the social hour, the hostess esses for the occasion. of all that soon the BHS Band
were Mrs. A. W.. Anderson, Miss paper plates, punch cups and in the dining room the guests
Ona Demoreat, and Miss Alice. paper napkins repeated the birth- were invited into the dining room served Delicious pie and coffee SCHOOL IIOLIDAY will have more much-needed Instruments -
motlc. to the following members: Mrs. such as bass horns C A K
day E
Holton. for tea. As she entered the room Si Sk. s
Victor Lamb, Mrs. GUI, Lawtey school students enjoyeda
(Susaphones), trombones, baritones
Adding much festivity to the oc- each guest was presented with a
; the the guests half of last
Following supper ; Mrs. Gladys Harrington, Mrs. holiday Friday I French
and mellophones, or
casion the hats and of and jon-
were novelty nosegay snowdrops
three of week while their teachers attended
enjoyed progressions
Jimmy Seymour, Mrs. .J. E. Paul, needed. It
+ horns. They are sorely
pastel colored baskets of mints quils against a lace paper Back-
in the room. Artis- the the
bridge living Mrs. Clara Colson, Mrs.. Fred monthly meeting of has also been the ambition of the
t tic of azaleas and and almonds, which were presented ground. Bradford Teachers' Asso-
arrangement County
Ross, Mrs. Fritz Pellum, Mrs A.
BHS Band for several now
blossoms used In dec- to each child as favors. The tea table was overlaid with ciation .
plum were E. Bond. Mrs. E. D. Tenly, and which met in Starke at to have uniforms.1
orating this room. an exquisite Imported linen and Mrs. L. D Halnes. Bradford High School. The pur- i
Band had
The Jasper School
p At the conclusion of the game Ladies AuxiliaryThe lace cloth. A crystal epergne filled pose of the meeting was to discuss BAKED
+ when scores were tallied Mrs. T. with candytuft, daffodils and WOW To MeetThe the pending state legislative new uniforms which were mostly SPECIAL
y T. Long and C. A. Knight were Ladles' Auxiliary of the statlce, balanced by burning white program for teachers as recom- given to them by the Jasper business For Weddings. Birltdavi} ,
+ presented appropriate prfzes for ;Presbyterian Church will meet candles in silver holders, centered Woodmen of the World will mended by the Citizens' Committee. people and home folks. The etc.

, making high score for ladles and Tuesday night at 7:30: o'clock at the table. Floral arrangements, hold their next regular meetingat Gainesville School Band has been
the home of Mrs. Jeanette
ll men respectively. Bingo winners C. repeating the selected color LAPPE BAKERY
the WOW March
( Young on Madison St. hall Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Edwards given about $2,800 worth of In-
were Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- scheme, and burning white tapersIn 28, at 7:30 p. m., for initiatory ,
Mrs. Andrews will have and son, Billy III, were guestsof struments this school The
kins. The tallies and gift wrappings Guy silver candelabra, placed on the work. All members are urgedto year.
carried out an effective St. charge of the program and Mrs. buffet 'and serving table added attend.-Lacy Conway, finan- Mr. Edwards' parents, Mr. and BHS Band, in order to grow and
Patrick's Day motif. Young will conduct the quiz from further charm to the setting. cial secretary. Mrs Will Edwards, last Sunday. adequately represent Starke and
Invited to enjoy the hosts' hospitality the Mission magazine. Miss Marilyn Crosby of Brooker Bradford needs Have
Presiding at the handsome silver spent the weekend here with her County, music, instruments -
were: Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Yearly reports of all officers service placed at one of the Conner Awards uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. and uniforms. A con- your portrait
Z. Adklns. Mr. and Mrs. K. G. and committee chairmen will be
tables was Mrs. L. D. Haines H. cert la planned for some time in
Beasley given. Opened faced sandwiches, dainty FFA Degree To Price Guaranteed permanent $5 with April, and it is hoped that much madein
tea cakes Iced in white and top- money will be raised to help with the familiarsurroundings
sot. Hart Salon Starke.Mr. .
I* Biggs, Mrs. M. F. Brown, Miss Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Col. ped with a yellow rose, and yellow As State president of the Fu- Beauty the purchasing of these needed
and Mrs.
G. W. Roberts
Madge Middleton Mrs. Lloyd and Mrs. T. T. Long, Mr. and and white mints in silver ture Farmers of America, Doyle articles.
f+J* Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mrs. L. D. Vining Mr and Mrs. Conner last Friday presented the spent last Sunday in DeLand with
compotes completed the table ar- Band members the of
her father J. making tripto own home
H. Tatum. your
IV Burns, Mr. and Mrs. T.,,H. Slade C. A. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. J. rangements. Florida Farmer's degree, highest St. Augustine were: Leslie '
!, and their house guests, Mr. and Fred Guy and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. award provided by the state association Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch at-
Miles Joe
Bradley, Billy Monteith
About ,
one hundred guests were tended the funeral for
to H.' Price
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair of Douglas, Godwin and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Emory rep-
.: Ga., Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Richards of the State Farm. invited to call during the appointed resentative of the Second Congressional -. H. P. Gainey ii> Brooker Thursday .
hours District. of last week. visiting relatives in Lawtey last
' The degree was presented at The Rev. O. V. Lee, pastor cf week.Miss T. H. OsborneWRI'l'E
+ P.TA. To MeetThe the ,annual banquet of the Gil- Lawtey Baptist Church, was in Dorma Griffis, who was
I' b Nowl! New! .. l' Jfcf**' .,... christ County chapter, staged in Brooker Monday attending a absent from her classroom at BOX 423
, y(I"f'1o Bradford High Parent- Trenton. meeting of the New River Bap- Lawtey School due to illness last OR CALL AT
Teachers Association will hold its Other State FFA officers at- tist Association. He was accompanied Week, was back at her post this
f. 'fIuH.OME. PERMANENT. regular monthly meeting next tending the event included Vice-" by the Rev. C. B. North.L. week. Mrs. Evelyn Sasser substituted HOOtElt BROS. STUDIO:

Wednesday afternoon beginning presidents Lynn Wad,' of Chief- B. Crosby of Greensboro .waa during her Illness.
Deluxe Iie wMl irdt.ss onutPEA61i6 at 3:20: o'clock at the schooL The land and Floyd Phllmon, of Dade ..
I Rev. L. D. Haines will be in

' charge of the program for the City.Mr.

afternoon.The and Mrs. W. C. Powell and
Executive Board will meet children and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lovely Dresses Ladies Shoes

Monday afternoon in the school I Wood and children visited 8t. Au-
at 3:20 o'clock. gustine Sunday.

'iP tw mm : 5.95to +

),.'. j r Horn*P..nxin B..mod oattari( They're round for easier winding

\'i!, Here's whyThe: new TONI Professional ,smoother curL They're ribbed 12.95
,rl Plastic Curlers are big to. your hair won't slip. They're 4,
(50* more curling surface). rnuabU to save you money I ) AT RODBINS .
:1f And the rains came! Well, other of the ladles to come downon I
Now DeLuxe Kits RJIjIJl Kit without curt"rs $100 now I know how the charactersIn the floor, and took 'em in

with plastic curler Jft Ktgvtar Kit ftttr atrUrt. '1" the old melodrama, "Rain", felt to see young "Hummon" Tal- 1\\ Ladies 3.95 6.95
AUpiw/Js ra when the steady! drip, drip, dripon madge, leading pretender to the Pocketbooks to

the roof made 'em all go off throne of. Georgia "Young
the beam Even the ducks are Gene" offered the .Irls'the Job 3.95 to 7.95
yelling "Uncle!" Instead of quack- of campaigning for him In the

CARPENTER'SYour ing and if two more drops of college but Nina tactfully declinedsayin' NEW SHIPMENT LADIESNYLON
water fall before some of this has she was) neither "pro-Tal-
a chance to get away I fully ex- madge nor an aroused citizen.'"
REXALL Drug Store pect to see the residents of Water .'. i Then Talmadge and Kendrick Ladies Blouses HOSE

? iifii PHONE 6t- STARKE, FLA. Street trade in their autos for escorted them back to the floor
gondolas Wouldn't that be of the House, where Speaker Fred 3.00 to 4.95
romantic? :Might be if there Hand relinquished the speakers
wasn't so darned much mud around stand to them "Imagine my

I teacher'a surprise," says Nina, Children's EASTER
"when she saw us presiding over
Imagine Alice (Fernandez) Lan- the Legislature!" A resolu- ,
sing's surprise Tuesday. A. M. tion attesting t o. their "charm
; .JIofme.J f7' erlivartliSfertin 'bout 8:43: : when her fiddle prac- loveliness and beauty" was Intro- 3.95Weatherbird

ticing was rudely interrupted by duced, voted upon and passed by
firemen pounding' her front the body ,and the girls were presented -
J.taid door trying to tell her that the with a copy, which they Shoes l

} house ;was on fire I think will, no doubt, treasure In the ole

52-1V. Set Service for 8 Alice's fiddleplaylng Is pretty hot scrap book for a long, long time. For ChildrenMen's
but that's no cause for alarm -
(double pun!) Violin under Friend are receiving announce- -
arm, Alice finally convinced ment of the marriage of Emmy

68.50 Starke'n. efficient firefighters that May ,Kelly to Thomas HowertonJr. Sharkskin PANTS 7.95
everything was under control, which took place In Valdosta,
e and about that time It was discovered Ga. on March 1 .' Emmy, a
R that the fire was next Madlsonlte, toiled at Blanding Manhattan SHIRTS White & Colored
Ladies & Gent's door at 215: South Water street during the hey-day of the camp A ,
in the N. Sternberg rental house era and has many friends alone JL 3.35 3.50
where a circulating oil heater in Call Street who receive the news 4.50 _
J&u !o va. A one of the three apartments had with great interest Hear that
v caught fire Chief Buford and Virginia Sewell will leave Sun- TIES
33.75 his boys quickly took charge of day for Leesburg to be vocalist in Wembley 1.00 & 1.50

up I the heater and there was no dam- the wedding Monday of one of Use Our .
age The genial Red easljv) explained her school friends!, Margaret Mor- ;-
Tax Included the mlxup "We..were rison ,
notified that the fire was at the Freeman & Peters

Fernandez house," he said. Spotted an' Jotted: Abbie an' LayAwayPlan

IF AT C H REPAIRS Comes word of amasln' political Bill Shreveport Bagget, and here on pop a calling visit from on SHOES for Men

events involving one of oyr pert friends in the courthouse .
r A purty Call jstreeters in that Abbie says she likes Louisiana

land of the double governors fine but can't get used to the La. Long Lasting Styled RightROBBINS'
Georgia! Nina Bishop, a habit, of reaching for a cup of
Junior (and only 19) at Wesleyan coffee Instead of a coke .
"Quality Has No Substitute" College, Macon Journeyed with Glimpsed Wednesday: A leading
her American Government Claw Call Street merchant frantically
to that city made famous bj searching for a mysterious lady
Scarlett O'Hara (Atlanta) whicl: wearing white shoes and a black
GEM JEWELRY Co. also happen to be the tate cap!. raincoat Seems she had given

tal, Tuesday of last week him a. rubber check for $2S: and
They were sitting' In the caller to add insult to injury, he had
109 East Call St. Starke Fla. watching; House of .Representa even assisted her in filling' the
tin proceedings when.Legislator check out! .
Phone 170 Kendrick, father of on.'01 Nina's -

c1aa.unat.whom she knew .*. So long see you in the aeztCarolyn. lM. .
J;pled her. beckoned her and two .

., r&LtiYlhC.er,

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I Mrs. L. A. Davis was shoppingin I ance of the to be met I' A* Clerk, of said Court.. I IIt
(BITS of LOCAL NEWS expense i :' I.iirlltn. ", {1. ('..n....... D. f,
Jacksonville Tuesday.Dr. Library Now Finds Room To Breathe'In from the Club' library fund, and John .I llendermin. Gi|. Kt Ansu-

and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza I donations. A Pan-American din-/'Illne, KlorldaAtty .
Ilt Il
-- fur l lf B- I
I Miss: Gloria Johns and B. II. ner wan sponsored by the Club

,rS Frances Wilkinson tele- I Just RpM-lvexI: Metal Candelabra Mendoza, all of Jacksonville, Larger Quarters At \Woman's Club 'last night at $2 per plate to raise I.I.* rinrtir <:I>"IHI<. iin nFonii 'I I Ir.

h. ,>operator has resigned and and im-tal floor ItiiNkeU for were guests Sunday afternoon of fund: Although plans for the I ..i > r"'. "" .11111"tI i>i CHINO.HV. '

Sibyl Richardson of High i your wedding. Also! a wlectl.m Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. new structure are completed, Immediate "olo".n: R. Cameron. Plnlntlff. vn.Kdnn .
taken over her work. of miscellaneous .shower girth.Mrs. .- 'Mrs. Carrie J. The Starke Public Library this more than one "customer" at a construction is not contemplated EVarl Cameron, Defendant. ,
Ritch and T.
,,tugs,, has is living with herr : .. J. M. Mitchell The Bride's Griffin week moved into new and larger; time appeared to check out books. due to shortages and. Cites N,.. 64118. 1

L Richardson Mrs. Ludle Lemaks at the Shoppr, 302 W. Madlnon. ville. spent Tuesday at Jackson- quarters in the Woman's Club Since July 13, 1939, whey the poor quality of building materialsat I OIU'ICR AN!0 NOTICK/ "I" pt'nf.t.'ATfO'ol TO AI'PKAK: :

home. I Billy Colson arrived Friday of building here bringing welcomed\ library was started as a WPA the present time. NTAT10 OK KI.OItll tn: Edna
Bishop' The Rev. and Mm. L. D. Haines and Pearl Cameron whose la.t know t
long-needed relief to the
J. Epperson Jr. and ,last week from Emory University project the facility was containedIn The library is open dally from ield. .nc. .. and addrenn It* tfll JI..r.|
rs W and Sally : Atlanta Ga., to spend a 10-day and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee spent cramped librarian and to patrons a small room In the southeast 1 until 5:30: well Ave., LA Irnnge, (orsla;
liters Mary Sue "between semesters" vacation Tuesday afternoon In Gainesville. who literally had to "line up at corner of the Woman's Club build niDDII You nr* required. to appear nn or

spent Friday and Saturday with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. Misses Joan Carpenter, Madge I the door" of the old library when ing. In 1936 WPA support of Healed o'rll'10 hid fur' TO lvlnic: ., I I before named: April Court Dint and, 1947 ran In*,Ih wherein* above 1
mi > > itnnolln
ackaonvilla/ as guests of Mrs.rson's Lemuel Colson. Brownlee and Joy Hard, studentsof *M **a*M*)*>.WBBlBB>*B BMBB *> *te. *BB the project was withdrawn, and !, and oil for truck" and| i oilier' i>"..110. plaintiff *.eek* dlvar.-". Tia, farit, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Montreat Montreat : mont bHnnnlMK, in tips ofHtark County T..I..rh. shall puhllah thlOrder _
parents College Mrs. L. D. Vining and Mrs. O. the City Council. Bradford County rity .
In next four weekly Issues
I Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis Miss will h. rerrlved I Ht the of-
I. Richards Jean Davis and N. C., will arrive this weekendto L. Haynes returned Monday froma Commissioners, and Starke Worn.an's I tics' of the i-ily PI..k. until 8'Jo I I Witness. mv hand and offlln
Mrs. A. W. Anderson
I and Mrs. Maurice Edwards spend their Spring; vacation visit in Atlanta Ga. Mrs. Vin Club took over the financial p. m.. April I. lllcU will. also hereoelveil seal at Stark, Klorltlii, this lllth
: spent Sunday in Archer as I at the same tint i>n one ..March. 1947.
daughter. Gayle spent here. Miss Carpenter will spend Ing visited her parents Mr. and burden, of the library .
I young : of Mrs. Davis' maintaining BOO-KKlInn ink to Im |iurrlin ml (l''l''ll'I"LtJolAT.: ) A. J. Thomas,
guests Mrs
Beach sisters her time with her mother Mrs. by the City As C'1..rkr, meld Court .
week-end In Daytona Mrs. W. L* Joiner 'and Mrs which consists chiefly of the sal
I Pauline Stone and Miss Mamie An- CARL .1011-114.: fly Lucille f'. Comer D. (".
I friend derson. Junius M. Smith while Miss Haynes visited her son Othma, a ary of the lone librarian' Mrs i.it II 1.1. City Clerk.IY I" .t Hemlenmn. K:"i| St. Autru. '
i Brownlee and Miss Hard will stay tine, Flu. p-
I M. Lee and young dental student at Emory University. -' Jeanette C. Young former Starke
,'a. Robert Jean St. Peter of Gaines- Ally for IMf 8-:1) 4t 4-11
I Beryl with Miss Brownlee's Mr.
of Greenwich Conn., postmistress, who alone has managed t"Hf"I'IT roiiir. iiHi>rnMiiKl.fMIIII
I Bobby ville spent Saturday here with and Mra. H. L. Brownlee. f"O' V'1'Y, %! 1III IN.David '
visit Mrs. Elmer Lazone of Jackson the library since the day of f."V. IV HIH'I'IT' OI'HT' IR'IFORIIINIV.
led Friday for a month's Florence Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Smith I '<> FI.OKIIItl CH 1a." '
Hogan Its Inception. The books which ir Uinv. IMiilnlirr, VN Wnrine I
Mr. and ville and her guests Mrs. H. N. l'EIIY.lagae 't
Lee's parents .
I Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raue, of Elgin spent the week-end in Miami. Keene of South Coventry, Conn., have grown In number from 1,130 No, Jnnnwuy AC03) llrnv, rolulunt Cone \.: Lee Stone Ponton Plaintiff,

[ E. Dowling.. Illinois and Mr. and Mrs. They were guests en route Friday and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Simmons back In 1933, to 3.531 today, to our>F.R on" prni.irATioNANO : !I \\\llllum. Cane. No.lleorice&r>01 I'oMon. Lefentlnnt .

.. and Mrs. Lemuel Colson and Lou Lyons of West Chicago were I night of Mr. Smith's uncle of Hollywood Calif., were guests a (great extent pay for themselves NOTICR: TH Ari'lSJAH ORDER OP PITHUICATIO.V I
HT\TM t>F KI.OIllllX \'nr.Inn..w"y
to I
Colson spent this week In guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. R. F.' through the plan of charging a ens tray, wh...* imlilinrnI AND NOTIC'R' TO APPKAR

hma City with Lemuel Colson Frieda Deudon and Mr. and Mrs. I Smith.. Demorest.Mr. modest rental fee of approximately 10.*: TH Jui-knnn ItelhnVKil, at Oslsnqpi Mtreet,. A..url".1. MTATW 1eorit Oh" KUtKIDA I'imton, whose lot.renl.dniii Mr.William +
Miss Forehand a student | .' and "ldr"H" IMI 7ft Hoi lei I
John Vglow, This was Mr. Peggy one cent a day on books yWtrcct
I Mrs Sinclair of You ar. required tn I onApril
and Clyde nnper Chiirli-nton, South Carolina.
at Duke University in Durham, until they for themselves or 21. 11U7, In hove
Raue's first visit to Starke since Ga. weekend pay You ore required to appuar on
N. C will upend the weekendhere Douglas were guestsof until current. niinii-il Court and .-seer. wherein" April 81, 11141, In the above
they are no longer
his of .
ownership an orange plaintiff .eke dlviiirn.
Williamson grove Mrs. Sinclair's brother and Itrndrnrdroonty named court and cause. wher.laplaintiff
with her uncle and aunt. The vast of the books Telegraph Kluill inilillMli thin (
here 50 years ago. He stated that a.eka divorce." Bradford >
alBter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. T. H. 1 II
Col. and Mrs T. T. Long. While fee free. Order In nest four weekly IHHIIC. County Telegraph hall pnhllah this.
Electric Service he was "amazed and pleased" tofhid Forehand will attend Slade at their home on Kingslry today are Wltneee my, hand. and nffk-UI Order In nxt four iv*.kly ltin. .
that the town has grown con- here Miss Lake. As the library grew through enl ..t Htarkv: Klorlilu, Ibis :March. I Witness my hand and official t''
the Military Ball and other festivities to. 1947. seal. at Starke. Florida, (hi. Murcli
siderably since his residence here. Mr!!. Young's aggressive expansion
W. M. Wainwright of Tallahassee IIM7
at the University of FloridaIn l tOFrlCtAT. RKAI.) A. J. Thomas. in. "
Electrical Repairsand Dr. Thomas O. Ritch of Great spent Tuesday here with program the small library A* Clerk of mild Court.Hv !, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 1
Gainesville. l.tlPlll. fConner. l II. f*. A* Clerk of said l.ourtBy
lIouse- Wiring Lake's Hospital, Great Lakes his father N. D. Wainwright, Sr. room became Increasingly Inade- Martin J I'earlo. HOI Oiuhuin n..II.I.. T.urllle c. Conner, D. C. [
111., spent the week-end here with Mrs. 3. Fred Guv will return and Mr. and Mrs J. R. Waln quate to contain the volumes and In"I'. Jarknnnvllle, Fla. T. Prank Landrum Stark, Fla.
after ten daysIn surplus books began going Into Ally for 1'lf 3-11 4t ..11 Ally for Plf, 1-81 4t 4-ll
[ : hla mother Mrs. Carrie Rltch Sunday spending wright.

FREE., ..ESTIMATESpie and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Norfolk Va., as the guest of Miss Margaret Monteith a student storage under the librailan's IN riiirvrr '..11....... nit \IfI'OIIl' I
Dr. Ritch accompanied a patientto her brother-in-law and sister Dr. at Stetson University In De- check-out table and on top of! rOI'N'I'Y.' Pl.OlllllttKHY. IN "'""N. YOUR HOOF t

& Lake Service Sta. Warm Springs Ga., and came and Mrs. B. A. Pope. Land, arrived yesterday to spend the already too-high library i 1 ...n."tlo""' n lliidHtin. I'lulnllff WRITE

179 Starke, Fla I to Starke to spend his two day Major O. W. Griffin of St. her mid-term vacation here with shelves. Patrons began to wonder Case v*. !Mary Nc. 54l17.OnnEn K. lluilnun, I'C."d"t., E. S. 1.AHOUATOK1KS
leave.En' Augustine spent Sunday here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. A. how Mrs. Young managed to OP prnt.lPATTON
his mother Mrs. O. J. Griffin. Monteith.T. keep her feet under the table and, ANn NOTICE Tt> AITKAII' IIAMITON FLA.
STATE!: 01.' KI.UIUUA tc>: Mary. K.
Mrs. E. L. Matthews and Mrs H. Slade left today for a siirteptlbla persons were seized lludnon.. ivhitne lat known re"l-

M. F. Brown spent Thursday In business trip to Tulsa, Okla. with clostophobla when visiting dence and uddresse' <4> itancral FREE KHTIMATKS
MERCHANDISE JUST Delivery Hun: IHeito Cn llfiiriila.You .
Jacksonville.Mrs. Mrs R. O. Kldd Miss Betty the library. are reiiulreil.. to appear' on or Material Guaranteed: 6
*. *>i* *y. '. i "** ''**'* '* **' >* Lloyd J. Lewis left Sun Ann Flynn, and 1 Mrs. Valrlc Klild Last year the Woman's Club, before Aprll'let, .1047, In thu nliove Years

Kadar Ladies HandbagsIN day for her home in Wilmington, spent Tuesday in Jacksonville. decided to enlarge. the facilities. plaintiff named' court nek and divorce.cause, Tirndford wherein KAMV: I'AIMKNT PLAN

Del., after spending some time Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Graham The roomy well lighted sun par County Telegraph hall piilillnh this [ t
Order In next four weekly 'tMttueiiWltneH .
WHITE here with her brother-in-law and and children and Mrs. I). E. Fuller lor on the north side of the ClubHouse my bend. and nfflflnldeal \\t> Itrp'rewnt ekuthwestcrnI'etrolcunl

slater, Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long. spent Tuesday morning In which Is appro.!Innately\ .at. Hlnrke: Florida. till. Illtli i'onipany
of M.I nil. 1017.!
Mrs. S. -H. Voelker of Mai- Gainesville.Mrs. four times the size of the old (OFFICIAl "flOAI.) A. J. Thomas' ,

Cannon Turknit verne Long Island arrived Sunday Shelley Hall and daughter i library room was sealed off from

for a visit with her nephew and Shartfn spent Tuesday in Jacksonville the auditorium and low easily .

Wash Cloths Wash Cloths niece Mr. and Mrs T. H. Os- shopping. They were accompanied -' accessible shelves were constructed t

borne. home by little Frankie Work was completed this Every Ilraneh of

Dr. :M. B. Herlong spent the Hutto who Is spending this week week and the library was moved

Eaj.tE'l CandlES.Hollingsworth week-end In Jacksonville with rel- here with his grandparents, Mr. book and baggage/ Monday and

atives.! While there he attendedthe and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Tuesday.. The hidden book were INSURANCE : I t

golf tournament Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Hemingwayleft brought to light dusted off and ,

l Mr. and :Mrs. W. G. Halle hadas Tuesday for a three weeks' placed on the attractive new '

guests Monday Mrs. K. B. Oxford visit with their son and daughter- shelves once again to be viewed

and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. in-law Mr. and Mrs John Hemingway by the eyes of man. H. C. WALL AGENCY I'

Math I Is.! of Rutledge Ga. / In Ellzabethtown N. C The new arrangement consists :

Mr. and :Mrs. Joe Martinezwere Mrs. H. E. Tucker Mrs. Pauline of eight, 2-sided racks, constructedby

visiting relatives in Tampa Torodc and Mr. and Mm. L. C. J. Powell each side contain- Please I Phone ;146

from Thursday through Sunday S. Hutto spent the weekend In ing four shelves. The two lower

On Sunday they attended the wedding Savannah, Ga., as guests of Mr. shelves on each aide are tilted I-,LiiCLASSIF''I'E'D ,, ,

1--,,,. there) of Mr. :Martinez' and l Mrs.. T. &.]Iutto. outward so that patrons need not

'Whitman t;' Mc Ph ails daughter. Miss Josephine Martinez, Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mtddleton get down on their prayer bonus to '

to Joseph Pizzo.. ot Tampa. Mr. had as luncheon guests Wednesday read the titles. These racks are I tI

In One And A Better Supply and Mrs. Pizzo will be guests of Mrs. Mae Jones, Mrs. Raleigh conveniently arranged In rows out

I Mr. and Mrs. Martinez here this Dowling, and Mrs. R. C. Duwllng In the room so that wide passageways ron YoUR CAR w* have a new Foil HA I.IS (loo'uV'wnlti: '.Upp,1 t
Two Lb. Boxes Now In Stock weekend.For all of Jacksonville Mrs. Ray Sim- remain among them. About HIIII.ro nutu radio Immeillnt' I nhiiuked field o<.'...."' UIU, r i 'j
T. nOaborne. tnntallatlnn. An low n.. ,4. M>. unit I cane seed, d ribbon t
see sugar r I
wedding portraits '
mons of Ft. Myers and Mrs E. L. three sides of the room ad- HIIKI'MKftn( RADIO HKIIVICW, aol cools ntaed.' j, h.e.ylftad
Kites and Twine Set ad on page 4. Matthews and daughters, Mary ditional shelves are constructed Court at Aladliioii tired, Mtark tf.. 1..1I1.I..na ""I.p..knr j -'t po.
Andrewswere seed. good yielderand' ,
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley trio 1 555(1sr. -
Mon- Agnes! and Madga Anne Mat while the north side of the room ALSO eating fM>,aloes. Marn<
visitors to Wauchula thews. Is devoted to windows and en- FOR HAI.H Two 7001:10: truck Edward/. H
Marbles BalloonsFor attendedthe tire: on. 700x15 truck tire: thr.e700x15 boa ItSetarke. tFDON'T.
day. Last Sunday they Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mrs. L. J. trance. Access to the library Is Ford plik-up wheel'itwo600x10 I
golden wedding anniversary pseeenger cur tlr( .:.. These'
Green and daughter Judy spent now by the single door on Fnltrr"'J"1110mobll. auo-
uncle and tire slightly lined but arm In perfect
The Children celebration of their Thursday In Jacksonville.Mrs. north side of the building near condition. At Hlnclalr llulk. lion wary Wednesday Livestock': 1 Market m atllalnenvllle I

aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Moss Hewitt Pauline Torode Mr. and the pool and a flagstone walk Plane tf Buy or "U"! tf.

In Lake City. Mra. Shelton Hutto, and Mrs. H from the sidewalk.\ to the door FOR HAMI Lot with 100 font I
Miss Wanda Pearce, a studentat Frldrfy There area frontage on Crystal I.ak with roil HAIK-lleautlfnl B-luh lan,.r
E. Tucker were guests was laid< Wednesday. ; r
College for large l<>* rshln. Will lIe for .
och Store Florida State short witve Fhlluo oonanlvradiophono
Drug arrived through Monday of Mrs. Tucker'suncle number of vacant shelves to rash N -WulnwrlKht, Jr., Call punU-btitton. tuning, :
> Women In Tallahassee and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. I'. provide for anticipated future ex i street, Htarke. It in-Ill, concert" wpnaker. Changer '
yesterday to spend the spring play II renord and has "ImRiir: I
S. Hutto, In Savannah Ga. They pansion. of ll...ht" photuHlxctrle. rail
Phone 53 with her mother, Mrs< LIST YOUR FARM CITY AND plckup >
holidays I' witnessed the St. Patrick's Day Another feature of the new library -no record wari also t>lay>*
r Bertha Pearce. BUSINESS'! PROPERTY 8.1 I 1.3 tranei-rlptlun A. slides out
the ,leading room
I parade there Monday. for ay. totaling. I.lk nw.Irnnnrrlptlonn 0
Friends of Bill Parker will be patrons may brouse through books a1S' I I In'J.I H..e A. W
he their minds just t Andemon, Jr., 40D Malil Ht., Fri
glad to know that recentlyreturned while making up 1
I'M. I
R14A4 day dh
to his home' after spendIng which ones to take home. ThereIs STROUT NEEtrra:'; : .

I* SPECIALS SPECIALS SPECIALS two months in the Veterans also a small "workroom" for dr.al..f severi..r of _... HAf.RHMAN WANTED WANTKH
Lake librarian's convenience In repairing try .r..p.rt. lisa .... aver AT )N('K marl to Ntipply conMum -
at City. the
Hospital 12.'MIfI sales of ll mv.- Farm*- ''r* with everyday household.
Machinist's Mate and books. ... the ne""*Nltle. under
-ry jr r ff f f r*T r Archie Colson preparing Aora**. R.rtr tress II our factory to
xr trj r J *T-T jf f m JT M f '
... horn pI..... Full time, nurnlnv.
aircraft librarian's salary is an Inadequate World. F. spas ll"tln *
5 :2-c, Is serving aboard the The ..n.1 on Halo' W..II. nawlcivit'.,
MAHOGANY DROP-LEAF carrier USS Leyte which Is partof $70 p'r month, made up E. STROUT KKA: I/TV AGENCY Dyt.| 'AC--U.12H. M.mphie,

1X the Second Task Fleet now on of $25 from the City Council, 129 tlrprfrntnl Liirally fly Toitn. Up

Atlantic maneuvers Mr. Colson from the County Commissioners, F. ('. IIOLLINtiMWOKTII r

'Dining Room Tables is the father of Jacquelyn Loretta SIll from the Woman's Club and log So. Walnut Ht.MATTTIEHHKB FOR SALE

Colson the first baby to be burn $5 from the Junior Woman's

In Starke's new Shadycrest ,Hos Club Of course! the Woman's : of all kinds riflesated LATRINES \

25 % DISCOUNT pital. Mrs. Colson and their baby Club furnishes housing and sup r..flnl.;.h furniture... daughter reside on Route 1, plies. The library enjoys patronage IIAHTINOa MATTIIKHH CO.. L'o.S30 .

Starke.Mr. / from all over the county, Filatka. Fin. If Recreation Buildings t,

A.. LARGE SELECTION and Mr. C. P. Davis returned which Is fair In view of the fart .
.N14URANCrn--1 all llnon; fire 16 X 16 HUTMENTS
to their home in Hlbblng, that the County contributes to HUtomobllii. liability, and llr.. .
Suitable for The Living ,..
Wednesday after visitingher Its support.The Nee: ni'. fur your Insurance nffeua.N.
Minn., ,.
D. Walnwrlaht. J 111 East
49.95'A brother and sister-in-law Mr. Woman's Club Is sponsorIng Call trout, 1'hun l>4. tf IXtlX4 1 X 6 X
Fluorescent Floor Lamps and Mr. further expansion of the library -
and Mrs. F. F. Flume SHELVING! $AO M

With Nice Silk Shades. The Latest Thing and Mrs. R. A. Colson for a by construction the of building a north. FOR nor a.AI.I'-J-.oon.Bay Ht.,.Htarka, noun K:.r",ll BW.nt _.. 'A .
In While Reading'lid wing onto present condition, occupied by owner until .
Floor Lamps. Saves The Eyes r week.Mrs.. Manie Carter and Mrs. and towards this end the Countyhas ...
r Buff the later of Jacksonville pledged S800. the City $700, I' lot. For CYpreN. .writ...
Clinton r*. ,t).vlln ltd* O ln FIXTI7RRM ) i
several days recentlv the School Board $:\\00. the bal- vlllx or T.lephone I I43IJ. l'rlr
Oak Dinettes 5 Maple Youth Beds 33.95 In, Raleigh N. C., where I lft.600. tf r .

Mr. Buff is employed. WANTED T> graft your paean .
Strong Spring Construction Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Flume and, and persimmon lr..... Itoy! KetchIlamplon. 1.15., B GATE .
atheretteBottom 69.50 Suitable for a child of JZ Years! Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson and i 'AMI' ItLANUIINO FLA. 1 1r !
hairs Natural children spent Tuesday In Jack- 1 IIKMOK4 HK1T HOH I II
Finish alflll
It took a war tu prove' the :
Used Dresser sonvllle with Mr and Mrs. R. W. lieS of Amnrlran manhood. Today, PAT CASH! Mil*' m* before you I
3 PC. Slightly Mills. J the Namw atcrllnw ryualltlss are h.. ell your Junked curs. batteries! I'
Ing Known by men who aro earring radiator, metal and scrap Iron. r' ?'
dI Special *I3 Hoi-Wave now fllIllart' ),/ their country l.y defending :the lllKhent price paid I JurkmuiAulo 1 '
Bed Room Suit 69.50Maple Iteauty Salon.L. DRY paaca. The nklll and aptlttnlnii Wrerkln' 4_'.. Phone Hill ,
will Itvtjitp you physically and I Jackson Ht 4W! Mtark. tt I .
A. Johns returned to Columbia mentally, and the .....vle. you will
Finish Plenty of Drawer S. C.. Sunday night after CLCANII>i 0 do your country. In lmin.a.ur.bl... FOR HAT.K-111* HillcH 4.door .e.ttn. !
Consider thl: Th. poaotlm II. M. Inquire John Nairl. roorn lit,
Space for Clothing pending the weekend here with AT ITS BEST Army offer you H wood profession Magnolia. Hotel Btrke. alter 1H. I .
i Poster Bed his family.: glv.s. you free food and. Dvingquarters .e) j r ; j
i' high wnae" the finest 1 ,
Miss Virginia Sewell, a student Life of Your medical. and denial rare, travel.reorcatlon t '
The "Ar.W".n..d .
you/ Kiddy.Koopbaby '
at FSCW Is upending the spring sports, and retirementpay. fiiattre Like '
No payroll deducjtlon, and v
x Cribs 23.95IVORY holidays here with her parents. Clothes Depends ehane. to. MMV your If you new. Writ bus *J7. Hiark. or '
Baby Mr. and Mrs. W B. Sewell. and haw what It take..m.irli.:: then phone 117-W after S P. M lip I':
on The Care They . OR MAPLE has as tier guest a classmate. get full detail from volt .5.51MA1 Jer>.yUurnycow. I
Fosdlck of Ft. Pierce. Receive the Army rerrultlneT Htatlon. 945fonfoffloe I now milking, Me. ft O. I ,
SPRING CONSTRUCTED Miss Jackie Hutldlnn, .. They will be in Gainesville todayto tf I ,
attend the Military 'Ball and AH Garments; Carefully FOR BALK( burner Nc nook yon HAf.t:-I94J tudor O'Ieetllne
sell parts for Quick Meal. Clarke stove. 120 rtell.r kitchen "..b- Chevrolet. ilulf rtion *>n Tern.
"\ We and Nesco Oil Stoves.IT'S other festivities at the Univer Hand Finished In.t: rues; two b0dr'Mrn slits; pie Av*. I tfl"M.k north of bus< *ta- .. ,
Jewel Florence dlnln*; room ult.. Mu..A. Ht'rewn tlon Itp 6 I'I I f
sity. ill :/. Walnut Up \ ,1'
,, Mr. and Mrs. George Andersonhad yon llKNT'-llou with ese acre ,
AT Mr. INVB5STMFNT 'Jrl'fJRTUNfTY land, I* month.' H.. M,.. U It. .
YOl CAN DO BETTER as dinner guests Sunday Apartment hull:*!*.!*, .xrptlonallywell 'U..rllnaHellbrnfin Hprlnm*. (lnFliir i;
A FACT and Mrs. R. L. Epperson and son, located. AII occupied fourteen r at Kill Ueddlnb... tI..1 ,
and Mr. and CLEANER unit. even bath; shows "'0'i ) lt*>
of Jacksonville
CO. lay, : plndld. return. He. Jo.. 1':. WII.n. -
OUN DENMARK fURNITURE ifrs. W; X: ,Epperson and yountdaughter.1 ... 11)0 fall HI. It 1-U roil BAt.E-Hu..r curd. and "'..... f I 0or
H **!!?.Ann of Stark- r.- *.at.shoulders' and fnl*)- / ,
Washington St. Starke ALTERATIONS AND PRBRH MAK. 50. as. p.r r rwv*
STARKE; FLA. .. ..... ,portrait sea T. A INO Mrs II. L, Htarlla. 'U l I lam |10 p., it II>. ......-Pfc.*. i {I I'i
_ PHONE 151 lfl.brt.l. lea ad M psge'4 I Clark St.. fltarke, 4tp -11 11.



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. . . acknowledge with gratitude the Mr and Mrs. Kelsey, formerly of a a e . e . . . . . . . anniversary of her -Son Lan

splendid cooperation of the com- Theressn/! reside at the home of I the' second birthday
1Hamptony munity in making the event a Mr. and Mrs. W H. Griffin. GrahamBy Theressa SunnybrookBy of her daughter, Cheryl llUllver:. \1

financial and social success. I About
ny Mra. M. C. Sweeney Friends of J. Watterson, ]Mrs. John McKinney By Eva ]Mae Trlest )(rI.! O. E. Crosby forty young peon,>
) n . . . ST. \TK1CK'H! PARTY father of M. L. Watterson. will . . . e . . . e e . . Joyed freshments the lovely of OccaSlo fit.*

} h P-TA SPONSORS SHOW and regret to learn that he Is seriously I birthday cage: <
? A St. Patrick's Day supper Mr. and Mrs. Edward Broughton Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Griffis SCHOOL CLOSESThe Coca-Cola were ? '
111 at the home of his, son here."Grandpa" nerved
The Parent-Teachers Assoclatlor party was( given by Mrs. W. A. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. and son, Junior, of Starke, were local grammar school closes lightful social .., J lit-
of the Hampton Junior High Scott, of Starke at the recreation Watterson as he is B. Broughton In Hampton. guests of Mr. and Mrs. James today following a Very successful and play. r ::1IIItJ>
School was pleased ,with the hall here Friday night of last affectionately known to his many and attendance.
Swindell semester good
Monday night.
Mrs. John
attendance present Monday The event honored the friends, Is probably Hampton'soldest McKinney's parents ,
I' 1 large week. Mrs Omage
Miss Faulkner Is principalof Rosier
Mi, and Mrs. Youngblood, are Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Eiland of Mary has ,
citizen and he !
recently rerun
p night at lu show featuring the junior department of the Hamp- the school and the other teach- ed to her home her afte
Oalnesvllla: Hill Hillies, which was ton Baptist Church's Training passed his 03rd birthday anniversary visiting In Waldo this week. Mldlakes was visiting her par- and tended visit with "J1
I ers are Mrs. Marjorie Rosier Mr.,
ents Mr. and Mrs. Trlest,: and .
11idl held in the school auditorium. Union, of which Mrs. Scott is the Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Starling: and Sidney Mrs. Johnnie Yarbrough at
and here of last Raiford.
A'1t The Hill Billies, a music and teacher. Mr and Mrs. Carleton Cnastalnand daughter, Catherine, were shop family Mr. and Mrs.
heard Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wynn ping in Starke Saturday.Mr. week.D. I MUMPS] EPIDEMIC Otis Crosier
M comedy group dally over Decorations were in Irish green, were visiting Mrs.
r ; t Radio Station WRUF, located In with white. The dining table was I were recent visitors to Miami. and Mrs. Forest Reynoldsof J. Phillips and Ernest Trlest Quite a large number of the Gainesville Edward Cam'I',
.ti .a Sunday.
f Gainesville In top form forth 'I Jacksonville spent Sunday with attended a baseball game in children in our community are
were draped with green crepe paper Miss Edith' Chason of Gaines-
1 her Mr. and ,Mrs. Frank Gainesville Sunday.The confined to their beds with the Mr. and Mrs. C. C Crosby.
the parents
performance and large streamers, and centered by a ville spent Sunday here with her Bobble ,
n { crowd present Included' persona I lovely cake Iced in two-tone'! green sister, Mra. A. H. Perry, and fam- Abernathy.Mrs. Rev. Sapp, of Green Cove mumps. Brooker son, were VisIting/
I from Starke, Theressa, and other A salad course, with sandwiches, ily. William Bushloper and Springs, filled the pulpit of the PARTY FOR CROSBY Thursday of last we/

t nearby towns cold drinks and lollipops, wag Special $I5 Kol-Wave now 910, daughter, Judy, spent! the weekend Baptist! Church here Sunday CHILDREN
,1 The P-TA also had a booth from served in addition to cake. Hart' Beauty Salon. with her parents, Mr. and morning In lieu of the Rev. Webb, Mrs. William Crosby entertainedat -

r which coffee, doughnut, hot Paper shamrocks was worn to I Mrs. J. F. Johnson was a week, Mrs. N. J. Davis who was (Ill and unable to be pres- her home here Sunday after- I

concession coffee were Bold. identify the "Irish" characters, end guest of her son-in-law and' Mrs> Leila Willis and son,,ent.W. noon honoring the .fourth birthday 11 Gr
The was well patronized. and potato and relay races were daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George W. George, were visiting Mrs. Nellie S. Slbley attended services -- .'.\"
enjoyed, with Jokes, stories and Rahme. in Mayport. Melton, who Is critically ill in the in Starke Sunday at the First \.\
Members of the organization readings of Irish origin topping Waldon B. Wadsworth, a member Alachua County Hospital, Sunday.I Methodist Church, of which he is CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION

''r t off the fun. After the social of tie Merchant Marine, Is Mrs. H. M. Wasdin! entertaineda I a member.A '<

waled spending a leave here with his I group of young people Monday number of persons from J.
held and plans were made for parents Mr. and Mrs G. P. Wadswoith night honoring her son, Bobby, on Hampton attended the closing service -
the next gathering of the juniors Sr.Misses I his 14th birthday anniversary. of the revival at the Chris-
Martha Home and Helen Outdoor games were enjoyed and tian Church here Sunday night. E START THE BALL
A Carload Of NEW: KELSRYITGHTKR: Adkins and Bruce Maxwell and refreshments of cold drink and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Eiland and ROLLING TO HEALTH
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelsey are
Robert Cox attended the Band cake were served to the following Thomas Triest were visiting Mr BY BOWLING
of -
announcing the birth a daughter
., A Full-O-Pep Stock on Sunday March 16, at the Festival in St. Augustine Fridayof : Ralph and Alvin Davis, John and Mrs. Fred Mason at Crystal
Hospital in Starke. last week. The four young and Ann Parkhurst, Catherine Lake Sunday. ,
Feeds Shadycrest people are members of the BUS and Wilton Starling, Betty Jean Friends of "Aunt" Ida Hagan 'OUR ALLEYS AREShIOO11

sJ Band. Jones, Wayne and Bobble Jean will be glad to know that she Is
r Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hinson and Young, Pat Casey, Morrill and up and out again after being con- AS GLASS
Tailor-Made children, with Sylvia May, spent Walter Ratliff, Earl Abernathy, fined to her home for several
J SEAT COVERSAll last Sunday at Silver Springs. and Gene and Hilra Watson.Mr. days with an attack"of flu.
Mr. and Mrs. George Saxon, of Jimmie and K. B. Swindell were
: and
and Mrs. T -J: Casey
Pompano were visitors here this business visitors to Gainesville STARKEBowling
daughter. Judy, were business
week.Mrs. visitors In Gainesville and Alachua Saturday.
Frances Wadsworth was Mrs. Gertie Carstensen and
Thursday of,last week.A. PHARMACIST
visiting friends In Jacksonville children, of Green Cove Springs,
A. and AlleyTemple
Youngblood daughter
Sunday. were weekend guests here of her
A wt Mr. and Mrs. H. D May were Mrs. Fred Johnson and chil- mother, Mrs. S. R. Swindell. Phone 61 STARKE

recent visitors of Mrs. May's aunt, dren Graham of Waldo were visiting in Mrs. Delaney Dickinson and On-the-Minit Service Ave. Starke, Fill
Miss Ida Hagan in Theressa. Sunday. daughter, Grace, were In Jacksonville -
Friends will be glad to hear that Mrs. Drew Walker and Mrs. Sunday.Mrs. .

Work Guaranteed Mrs. Hagan is improving after a Mildred Baldwin of Macclenny. W. H. Hall and children,

WARD SEAT slight Illness. were visiting their mother, Mrs. and, Thomas and Miss Eva Mae % SSZ3Zjjg>*'--zE"THIS I'
Mr and Mrs. Otto Hicks and Hilliard Broughton, Monday aft- Trlest and Mils Inez Neal were

i COVER CO. sons, of Waldo, spent Sunday with ernoon. In Hampton Monday night attending ry,,
Mrs. Hick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace McKinney spent the the P-TA sponsored HillBillies

Phone 10 Court & ]Madison Sts. Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney Friends will be Interested to TASTED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD"
. .' .
. and children spent Sunday In
know that Larry Swindell Is confined -
Sampson with his brother and sis to his home this week with I
New River ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mc- mumps, and wish him a speedy
Kinney. recovery. I The Premium Beer
The School
Ful 0 Provides By .. .. .. at the Popular frit
-Pep a 0 ,.. i
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ii: Vitamin Boost The Rev. Truby Parrish of SantaFe Longer Wear -. TITAN IC
1 1e
for Health filled the pulpit of the New ,
Rugged '
? FRED f River Baptist Church Sunday '1 Through Expert Repair t :
Plan to false chicks on Ful- I AL1AK0 ff/l -
and conducted
morning an Inspir- ,
lied C]
i a ; O-Pep, the that produces NEW LIFE FOR OLD SHOES
foil of Oood Cher
''i rG World's Record-Making layers. \R ing service. He, Mrs. Parrish, and I ,,,
'fir ,q Yes,more than half of the world's their children were dinner guestsof
champion egg layers of the principal HOWDY FOLKS ;,v, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Andrewsand ,,w BIGGS & BAKER kI

Ful-O-Pep breeds Plan-were raised Ful-O'Pep on the I 1 It, seems that a date with, a, family at noon., v ,.105 W.. Call St. Starke, Flal: .i.icvaysBRING
Tomllnaon..of, Ft. Kenning -
Chick Starter helps'T 811. suctfhealthy r girl nowadays Is an"dpen and Frank .. to _
"sister "Mrs '
'Ga. and his "r
robust chicks because L hut! proposition. She's always ; -- ------- -- -
Q It contains'nt.-mln-rlch sources eating. Ruth Turner, -of ''Jacksonville! ,,
d N, 1'' to give your chicks a Vitamin i spent the weekend with their parents -
r Boost'for growth, livabllity and A modern girl '1"I one who Mr. and Mrs Frank Tomlin-
1p ., ,': '", 'YlSor.Sofollow'' can meet the wolf at the'door
d son.Mr.. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp were
I Save-on-FeeS and come back with a fur coat.. YOUR
relatives In FORD
4 ar i Plan, the save recently visiting
r that mar He How do> you.feel after Gainesville.
I you as much as 'your ride on that horse J. J. Onby spent last week aNew
} k 33 Smyrna Beach on business.Mr. ..
? 0ormSon She Oofth! I never thought
that anything filled with hay and Mrs. C. P. Cowan, of:
I''k for 4
us today could be so hard. Gainesville, spent the weekend "
of your Ful-O Prey .5. here with her parents Mr. and

t 1, Chick Starter. And speaking of rides, you'll Mrs. M. L. Johns. ffhack home
feel much better after your Mr. and Mrs. A... H. Pattersonof c\ T"

; We Also Carry A next auto ride If you bring the Lake City were supper guests
: old buggy to uit beforehand and of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns and .

o a j1 High Quality Line ,let us give It a thorough go- family Saturday night. '
Ing over. Remember our hours: Alvin Wynn of Hampton was e.

of Hardware and, 7 a. m. to 11 p.m. visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns
and family Wednesday of last

Farm Implements Washing Polishing week.Mr.. and Mrs. Jay Moody and

Greasing son, William, .were visiting Mr,
and Mrs. C. F. Turner In Crystal
Temple & Lake River Sunday.Mrs. .

Farmers' Supply Service Station Della Thomas returned
from Ft. Myers Wednesday of last

MIKE IMARUCA, Owner Phone 179 week, where she was visiting her
children for several weeks. co .
? I t Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp of I Ie
Gainesville are announcing the o i..

birth of a baby girl born Wednesday -
March 12. in Alachua k

CANNON And WEBB[ GROCERY County Felton Hospital.Moody''celebrated his '/

1 sixteenth birthday anniversary

Friday & Saturday Only Sunday afternoon at the home '
of his parents Felton's mother
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,. cake and
- served delicious cookie,
Coca-Cola to the IS young guests k ts

All-Meat STEW lb. .. .42 I present.Mr. s ;
and Mrs. Jay Moody madea e 4 .
c business trip to Jacksonville I

; Skinless FRANKS lb. .39 Monday.John Bell Lazenby of Kannapo- 1
,1 li.% N. C., la visiting Mrs. Jessie
Lee Lazenby, and family.' 1 '
! Dressed Fryers a Hens Mr and Mrs. Guy Andrews and I 1
family, of Starke; were Sunday 1
guests of Mr. and Mrs G. W. An-

Fancy String Beans, No. 2 can .15 drews. -. 1I

dl Fresh stork,.of excellent type-
writer ribbon at THE TELE-
16 oz. JAR GRAPH. Only 80e each for all

I Karo Beauty PICKLES .10 make machine. typewriters. and ,adding terest.They THf&A '

\" "tg.nu -

Hot PEPPERS 12 Bottle .15 Risky in .,OUI"" eggrth o' toots e..d.9bt..
oz. '" tr
BAD COLDSRetained ., beet-Spj6 bot or. r-o\\ .-Oft
,"Meg 'o VO"s "
,0',0 i
: undigested food becomes our lord tof
' : 8 oz. PKG.Evaporated. putrefactive, causes toxins which put ,,, ", Y O."u.ftr9"" oft d laaoneY s" tt'9
overload the liver and other vital organs ;UTURI'M1'
APPLES of the body lessening. your resistance
.17 to colds and other'winter Ills
k and Interfering with,their treatment. r
Why take this chance when you can
ii 15 OZ. a'KG.Sunmaid. take Calotabs Calotabs thoroughly
' yet pleasantly act on FREE-USE OUR
r your intestines, sweeping out toxin ESTIMATES; BUDGET PLAN
RAISINS .20 laden putrefactive foods and vtru-
laden mucua. enabling you to more
effectively avoid or fight a cold.Nothing
1 acts like: rood old Calotab Use.S ANDREWS
Friendliest Store In Town directed.lOo and 39e at all druggist\ MOTOR COMPANY

re CALOTABS ]Phone ,118I' f Starker

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LV MARC1121.: 1941 I

By Cancer Here In 1946 I

IClaimed Might Have Saved Themfact ; Church News 35 Grid Hopefuls Monument Maker now occupied by Edwin Torode

One Woman'sQpinion Heed Geiger's Call Will Move Plant I, and family. However. he .la out r

[ that four lives were taken this progressive step and For of the building "game" now and
Spring PracticeSome To Starke
Bradford County last year has received a small appropriationof Methodist ChurchThe LocationStarke expect to devote his full time to

cancerlives of persons Federal funds this year to organize 35 grid hopeful, pluBradford's will add his monument business, in which I
of soon another
P for
topic discussion, he has been
a as for the
cancer control an- engaged past I
consulted their pro quota of returning lettermen small Industry to the I
they nounced the
s/iad/ gram. by pastor of the First 25: or 30 years. r
ians early enough and re- To By Bllleo Ross Methodist Church for the fifth responded to Coach Car- of enterprises that have been established Mr. Gunter has a wife and
place the program on son Geiger's call for spring foot- here since I
a the
7 adequate treatment many broader =====3 Sunday In Lent March 23. at 11a. of daughter who will make their
basis the ball I
State Board of I practice last week, and be- the war.
Lve been spared, was re- Health in When you are tempted to reveal m. Is: "On this Fashion. Nevi home with him in Starke.CAREFUL.
this week by Dr. A. Y. Florida Division cooperation of the with American the a bit of Juicy goAlp that you have i. ." based on John 8:46-59: and drills gan an and all-important"pkull sessions.aeries" of John Gunter, well known stone _

|ton, Bradford County Cancer heard I'd like you to remember Mark 2:12.: The choir will sing the worker, monument maker, and s r I
Society with
t officer. He pointed out the approvalof this poem that I clipped from our anthem, "I Was Glad." First stress will be on funda vault builder, announced last week :

L8e deaths represented 10 the Board of Governors of the church bulletin while in Augusta. The young people meet mentals, with the boys scheduledfor that he is now negotiating for a i
A of the deaths from lead- Florida Medical Association has I I don't know the author but It Is at 6:45: p. m. for an interesting a four-week conditioning: pro- location In Starke and expects to I
Les. In the county-a per- formulated a cancer control lawwhich more truth than poetry. program, and the evening service gram, followed by four weeks of open for business here within the I

entirely too high for a shall be presented to the, begins In the church with congre- actual Bcrlmage and running next few weeks.

table disease. Legislature In April for action. When you're criticizing others, gational singing at 7:30.: Topic plays. At the present time Mr. Gunter '
ring the same period there' This law, if It passes, will ap- And are finding here and there, for the evening discussion will be: Geiger said Wednesday that in engaged In the same type of

i total of 2.582 deaths fromr propriate $200,000 annually for A fault or two to speak of or "The Man Against the Sky" John "sprint training Is the most Important business in Fort Lauderdale' but

In the entire State rep.Jtmif the various activities necessary to a weakness you can tear; 12:32. A hearty welcome awaits time ,, coaches have for haa decided to come to Starke because

II terrific toll of lives curb the huge number of deaths When you're blaming someone, you at every service In the Methodist finding and developing good ma- he considers thin "the best

Ha disease that can be conBl because of cancer. or accusing one of pelf- Church. You are a visitor terial. Each afternoon is devoted: location In the Southeaif for this '

I ivhen found In time. The State Board of Health has It's time that you went out to here but once.Discussions. to training boys who have never work ?

tremendous number of lives already begun the organizationof take a walk around yourself. of the church fl'a-I played. and need plenty of practice "Starke Is at the hub of ft network -

taken by cancer each year a cancer control program. turn the Prayer Meeting programs in offensive )pia)'. blockingand of good roads und is In the r

ompted every state In the The State law and the $200,000 There a lot of human failures in each Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. tackling. The squad has 'p- middle/ of a substantial trade You need good I

to organize cancer case- appropriation will Implement the the average of us all Won't you come and join with us giving area. With a location hero I can x
and control programs to plans and will enable the State And lots of grave shortcoming In an Interesting study of our beliefs easily work a radius of SO miles I Automobileviability '
filially reduce deaths from Board of Health to "renderassistance In the short ones and the tall; ? opening of the season in and expect to keep two trucks on 't

,sease. Florida too has to more medically' Indigent But when we think of evils men The Bible Story hour each Tues "Skull sessions" ( c 1 AUgUMt// the road at all times," he said
cases who are applying should lay upon the shelves: day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock Is studies of plays) were "I like this soctlon much better Insurance

for State aid In Increasing numbers. It's, time we all went out to very interesting and helpful. mong tho moat Important factors than the lower East Coast," he t

take a walk around ourselves Everyone enjoys the Bible story. of spring practice, enabling the continued, "whe e all the territory Charley E. Johns
We need so often in this life men to concentrate the Tor-
XPERT The first duty of the cancer on we have to work is a narrow
i this balancing scales, nadoes' style of attack, wilhou! Agency
program will be to define the' At The TabernacleThe strip along the ocean. There

problem-that i Ia carry on an intensive Thus seeing how much In us the pressure felt during the play- Isn't any 'back country' ". Phone IS STARVE, FLA. I f fN

case-finding study to determine wins,and how much In us fails Youth Meeting Saturday ing season. Mr Gunter owns his own stone I ,
all the known cases of But before you judge another night was of special interest to Notwithstanding tho fact that quarry at Elberton, Gix., where .. I,
cancer This will be done by just lay him on the shelf. The those gathered at the Tabernacle. the school loses 17 lettermen by some of the finest granite in the

I education of the public mind as While you take a little time to service was led by another graduation this year, the Coach country Is mined. He now hall a .prwntln THB TRAVELER! Hartford
>r to the common danger signals of walk around yourself." very youthful member, David said that the next year's schedulewill carload of new machinery InKlberton 1 t t1r tf

cancer; by physician education Hazt, who presided quite well be "about as tough as the : which should arrive In f
epERVICE through medical for his first time, and proved that last." It was stated that both Starke within the next few days.For ..
county society It would as Burns says "frae some day he will be a leader. coaches/ and men feel there Is no his locution In Starke Mr. F' s'5T '
programs covering early diagnosis ;
monie a blunder free us and foolish Three
young people recited perfectly satisfaction derived from an easy Gunter will need a lot approximately 1
of various cancer lelsons; by the notion." their .
grade memory work season, that close 100x200 ,0
a score over a or 290:: near a
establishment of detection clinics and will be awarded certificates tough opponent Is much preferred railroad siding. lie will employ '

Chas. C. throughout the State with cooperation Miss Nollman At the close of the service Dr to a large score over a weak two stonecutters, one finisher and, SORE MUScLE
of the medical profession; George D. Beckwlth. of
Glovers. team. four or five laborers, in addition.
( and by he establishment of diag Writes Radio DramaMiss
ShepherdGay's vine. N. Y., rendered a solo, accompanied to: his. route men.
Baseball was also stirring In the
and by the establishment of
at the ,
Catharine Nollman. daughter piano by R..1 Tornadoe air this week as construction No stranger to Stsrke, Mr.
the cities for Indigent
[ Service Station larger medically Gomes.
persons. of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noll The ]proceeded on the new Gunter, who la also a competent 'R ELtFr

Once cancer Is discovered. it man of Starke, is the coauthorand was enriched Sunday morning service(school diamond, west of the grid- builder, has constructed several
by the
director of a radio drama presence of iron. A crew has completed clearIng houses here. Ho built tho "Doll Rub NEURA'BALMI. I ,
group of Keystone House" for Mm ., on
presented on the FSCW Radio of pulpwood. from the tract I A. Rennoldn
Heights. Mr. Purdy and :Mr. and the house
Further operation will Include now occupied by
EFFICIENTThis Workshop hour over station PtNfTRATINOmxllmlon
WTAL Tallahassee at 7:45: Friday Gomes sang a beautiful duet, ably stumping and grad In//(. The workIs Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Register, ..li..M
assisted at the piano by Miss Mae Jr. HP also ..... ._ f
"u ''n.
e being financed by the school constructed the house r. '
funeral home ;is dedicated; to reliable Feb. 21.Written Ward. The message of the hour J'
and city. 2. STIMULATING
service. There are no boundarylines In collaboration with was delivered by the Sponsor of 1. .
If the diamond In readied In cilon sin upcirculation
to the territory we are alu.aysready Miss Kay Moore, a fellow student the Tabernacle and was of much to help,
time to allow a month or more Air IMtYTMRI br...... she. ,
t the drama portrayed how the Interest and vital ip coo
to serve. teaching.At of play before the close of the f0 liHtna.WHIN .
Tallahassee branch of the University the Sunday evening hour Dr MLNRrn rub tomblns. Nninbalm.
47 term, Geiger said that the you oo
of Florida came Into be Beckwith, who is a guest at Park- the >or. poi, .it ....!. to work fiutn lT*
1EDEWITT school's expanding athletic pro- ndrnMa. ......''d... erne curler' blood 1 t
Ing. It was the first In a series Of-The-Palms was again presentand would permit organizationof flowing' throudb conjiMfMl arm.. aim' r.- f
written by the two girls and en-.1 brought an instructive Gospel gram o-wd Ufa to lor ale' aching muscles I
the first local Tornado nine In Tb' miseries, ouMii br onr-cMrch*. seer-
C. JONES i titled "Within Our Vine-Clad message displaying a Dispensational .."" ....* or tntinom me r.U.v.... SoiliMi -
many years. If possible, games .iMiae nM wd| Pr.".. N.hI -Ira '
Walls". chart God's deal-
AMBULANCE! SERVICE showing .., .. t
will be scheduled with other prep WILL Mill 'fI.rtJ F.
Each Friday, night at 7:45: a ings with man In different ages.i As PRAISE A" .K.Jor.-. ... r IM elDBliu. a.ur.I'.lc
North Florida was
outfits in I't
Funeral Director; The chart Is valuable In seas Mck, lUM herb wearies, cramplite .
radio play Is broadcast over teaching the case In this year's basketball OUR A '=' pinfthe top tingling oc 'buraiafji
STARKE PHONE 7 WTAL from the FSCW studio In light of Prophecy. During the. "build COOKING i (km.:rlrmj-buralns:; ion* I
the boys will necessarily NiuntMlm .It (.....,_ sod. m/nlen p
t the Longmire building. The entire -1 service special music was given, for the future." Activity In both lmm-gER 7VEm' the. (tola' to .ooihJo' ro UlAN In*) I
..L Out local ftinerqUiome.enabJes us to i production; Including script Including a duet by Dr. and Mrs ../.....'0. m KM. Wbia you wwii lal 4walconi
sports has been virtually dormantfor relief iron HCHM
muMlgla ao4id
offer conveniences n rI services 'not writing, directing casting acting Beckwlth. many seasons, and practically FOR SWDXf DINNER ... MINIUM rub curb Nranbiln.. pat l 11,1, ,
otherwise; available. Practice Is being held each Wed '"'
sound effects announcing, and all talent lacks experience to be ws.di. cr..Poohlowdnn.' 0IO ....'.. r
control room procedure .la handled !- nesday for the 14th Anniversaryand gained only with a succession of Ai d..a_.. ta 25/. nt sad. t\M ........ ..
|furnish the highest type service at the lowest price art by students. Easter service combined. This schedules.The HILL'S MODERN-CLEAN-SOOTHING f t

pt'ANY life insurance policy In force issued by ANY com Miss Nollman. who Is majoring annual' event .Is joyously anticipated diamond and the school's COFFEE SHOP ,

|r, u payment In part or In lull on a funeraL Consultation i in Journalism and Is a member by the children and youth and i equipment will be available for NEURABALH AJT ,:
e no obligation. 0 of; the "Flambeau" (college news- enjoyed by older folks. It Is also, the community recreation programthis 151 WEST CALL ST. I
paper i ) staff describes her radio a time of reports of the Church summer.'Too STAKKE. FLA. away Mtllir MOM ACHIS AN.* MIN E I
and of Thanksgiving and Praise
work as "fascinating". .,,.

,can 'be cul'f'd"$ found early Christian ChurchServices Much Water'
Sell Your TIMBER NOW! enough. There are only three Petitioners Protest Washing II Lubrication f
methods of cure-radium, surgery at the First Christian Polishing Tire Repair I'

and x-ray. Church as announced by the Rev. To Road DepartmentCitizens Wainwright's i

''J. B. Dixon, supply pastor:
CASH Prices Paid
Highest The TELEGRAPH has Just received living within the area
new pre-war quality REAL Sunday, "Suicides"11 a.. m., sermon subject I drained by Alligator Creek and Its PURE OIL SERVICE STATION t

rubber ban d s. Plenty o Sunday 7:30: p. m., "Between tributaries are petitioning the Temple Avenue and Pratt StreetTIKES'

WILL BUY IN BULKOR s-t-r-e-t-c-h and snap and Perdition and Salvation". State Road i Department, protesting I "" I
strength. Four sizes at 49o per Sunday 6:30: p. m., Young Peo- "acts you have done In directing V'TUIIEM'! Y"sen"VICE" :
BY THE UNIT quarter-pound box.A real bargain. ple's Fellowship.. entirely too much makingour RADIOS OUTIiOARU MOTORS BOATS ETC.
water in on us
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.. Prayer I I
lands positively unsafe for our
Meeting. truck The peti- Louie Lee Wainwright Owner
farm and crops.
All members and friends are I
YOUR WATCH tion was circulated. by R. A Net-
EDWIN W. PECK cordially Invited to all services .
tles, whose farm Is near the Clay
Deserves the Best County line on the old Klngaley I.
0. Box 463 Gainesville Fla. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPALThe
Lake Highway.
Two Received ONE LEFT
following schedule of ser The petition stated: "We the ---
Send Me A Postcard
vices at St. Mark's Episcopal undersigned citizens qualified ,
And I Will Come To See You Church is announced by the sup voters and home owners, living In

ply pastor..Rev.. S. W. Creasey: Bradford County, along and near
l l4L (" Sunday the natural drainage stream Remington NOISELESS
__-' _,_,_ _._ -0 e Church School 10 a. m. known as Alligator Creek and Its

-,""' ,-,... REPAIRTrustworthy Morning Prayer & Sermon 11 tributaries do hereby resolve t<>
n. -- a, m. this method of protest to your Portable TYPEWRITER
Service Thursday honorable Board for the acts you

Holy Communion 7:30: a. m. have done In directly entirely too
F. Friday much extra waters In on us, there- 96.50
Harley StrongCAMP
Bishop Juhan will be here for by making our lands unsafe for

l : BRANDING JEWELER Confirmation at 7:45:. p. m. our farm and truck crops. Plus 6.15 Excise Tax
"W, as good citizens, wish to
SINCE 1941
l lI Presbyterian Church cooperatae, but most positively 102.65
tolerate such
137 West Call St.At cannot allow and

Sunday morning. March 23. Dr. acts. Therefore we give united

r / J. W. Kaufman 'pastor of the notice that unless adequate reliefof This is the Finest Portable
I First Presbyterian Church will a permanent nature Is given

for those preach at 11 o'clock on the theme: us, we plan Individually and collectively Machine made by Kerning. +

Serving ,the Master". to seek suit for damage." ton. Practically all the advantages -
who care Sunday School at 9:43: a. m. -
Young People's Meeting at 6:30p. : \Ve have letter and legal size of a standard ma-

f esH I ISH m. paper to suit your needs: onion chine combined with the r
... tel.I Dr. Kaufman will conduct an skis bond. rag content, second ,
early service at the State Prisonon sheet, eta The TELEGRAPH. convenience( of a portable.You'll .

> You can keep your Sunday morning. 1
clothes as smart anew All Times want It!

give if them you expert let us Sea Trout Red Head Bass 4 4 X14R NO CLOWNING, FOLKS.SOMCTM1M&. I
care. Clothing i I Mullet Croakers sNiilE'3o Ask For A DemonstrationLarge
cleaned here retains -
Large Shrimp ,
color and line. Let 0 1 HOARD- V
us protect and preserve i #
." your fine clothes. Call today Florida & Baltimore Line of Office Supplies

for quality cleaning. OYSTERS
If \\\'e Don't Have It

4 Nti l ,

Fresh Dressed & Drawn 1 We'll ,Try To Get It For You

Fryers & Hens ALL MAKES F


tOBT. 011 J. ;;,,315 MagnoliaFish Work Quick Guaranteed SerrlceEASTERN PHONE 150 Bradford County TelegraphPhone

KEEN, '' TempleAre. I

Owner 9 !'.:;::;: ,( MarketPHONE AUTO 29




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Rites SaturdayFor In the city limits, for 42 years. Europe, on October 24, 1864. the New Equipment
Recognized as one of the most 1 Don of the late Henry and Augusta
Albert BronkeAt Industrious and efficient growersin Wolfe Bronke. Immigrating to Installed By

Uw county, he was one of the I America with his parents In 1880, Harley F. Strong
Kingsley Cemetery fit'at' in thin. area to extensively, he first resided In New York City.

Albert Bronke, 82 a Starke I plant' tomatoes and lettuce. Ten years later he moved to Chi- Harley F. Strong, local jeweler -
resident since 1905. died Thurs- Mr. Bronke farmed the tract cago, and entered the dairy business this: week announced the installation a j.ys .
until he became bedridden, three He was married to the former of extensive
day, March 13, after a lingering
illnes-4. He had operated a 10-acre I months age. Miss Bertha Stern, of Chicago I manufacturing and repair equip- iJ I ''J
vegetable farm on 7th street, with| He was born In West Prussia, in 1893. Upon coming to Starke. ment in his store on West Call (q 1t

.... _______ __h_., .__ In 1905, the present farmllite was I street. _
------- --- -- readily selected and he resided, _
The equipment includes a stamp-
there until his death. I II
ing and embossing/ machine for ,
I In addition to his wife, he Is Imprinting all leather goods with
MARION MORSE survived by two brothers, Otto gold or silver; equipment for t_____ 1 e i,j '>l i J lD
and Herman Bronke, and two sis-
PHYSIC STUDIO welding any type of gold, silveror
ters, Mrs. Ida Loth and Mrs. Amelia platinum jewelry; .electroplatIng )
Amprl.."',, Famon 1'ajclioIonlHt, Powell, all of Buffalo, N. Y. equipment for electroplatingany d
Mtt Palmist and Pnxhle Adept of the He was a member of the Presbyterian metal base with gold, silveror L ( ? r
Oriental and Hindu Philosophy Church. platinum: electrical polishing
Without asking a question, tells ? Services were held at,3 p. m. and buffing machines that will *.
everything you wish to know; tells +) last Saturday at the DeWitt C. make dirty or tarnished welry
of every hope, fear and ambition. H Jones Fneial Home, with the Rev. "look like new"; an electric lap- RECORD-BREARING LOW PRICES!
Satisfaction guaranteed. Analyzes ; John W. Kaufman, pastor of the ping stone for grinding* watch RY
your life and guides you to success First Presbyterian Church, of- crystals to a precision fit; and a
and happiness. Tells how fS
flclatlng. Interment was at the
heavy duty electric power
S to utilize the hidden force within
you and develops your inner tal- Kingsley Lake Cemetery. Pall- for rolling out metals.
bearers were Charley E. Johns/ s
ents not tomaster
enabling you only He demonstrated the power mill
yourself, but others as well, even though they are D. A, Monteith, Carl JOhns, Lor- for the Telegraph's reporter by
'o miles away. Why go through life unhappy. This gifted enzo Creen, Mike Maruca and rolling out a into a smoothpaperthin Stays Whiter Longer
ll psychic will solve your problems. He has helped thous- Harvey Van VI et. penny ....25,
ands of others and can help. you. Everything confidential strip'of copper 16 inches -
' and sacred. long. "W buy our precious e I s a Pe.t.g.
4-Eyed, 2-Billed metals in bulk." Mr. Strong ,explained se Super Iurp.1
e Office Open 10 A. M. to 7 P. M. Dally (Cloned Thursdays) Chick ExhibitedAnother "and roll It out ourselves Oltn)
y Separate Reception Room for White and Colored to make Jewelry to our customers' ZINNIASEEDS

Take Womlxtock Park Bus No. 82 one for Rlpley was specifications. We don't send any 'VftnQ
work to out-of-town shops for we
700 Melson Avenue Jacksonville Fla. brought to the Telegraph' office I are now equipped to do it all right
a At City Limit. on Lake City Highway this week in the form of a two- here in our store promptly, efficiently Supreme it and Beautiful New

billed, four-eyed baby chick. The ,and economically and we LAWN & ,

freak biddy was discovered by I I can guarantee the Job." QualityHOUSE GARDEN BOOK 1
.... .
If -ji.---- -- --. Yvonne Harrell daughter of Mr. HOUSE PAINT Come in Today
and Mrs. M. D. Harrell of Brooker Rites TuesdayFor ,,
I I! -
1 } when she broke an egg from a
"sitting" that had been desertedby Mallie Alvarez P A I N
1 the mother hen. j I'I
u..FOR SALE Mallle Alvarez, 70, lifelong resident
The unusual chick did not live : -
of Bradford County, died fI:6': /'J'-h1'J
16x16 Hutments and wan placed in a bottle of alcohol 'I'
Saturday- afternoon! at his homeIn ,
and brought to the newspaper ,,
$200 EACH DELIVERED! office where It may be seen the Wateroak section. He was '
r the son of the late Rafe and Jane I'pI- .
by anyrne interested In freaks of
r1 d ST.ltKIND: VICINITY nature Although otherwise ap- Reddish Alvarez and was engagedin _____ '

ALSO parenty; normal, the chick bas farming throughout his active
two perfectly formed bills, an eye years. '
1 complete heating unit with 41 steam on each aide of its head, and a Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. 5 GAL. 29.95

radiators. kind of double eye, with two distinct Emma Alvarez: ; three sons Hugh '
C-es:: farther, covers better, wears: l"v :r! Centr'ns: Titanium
4 hot water units with 1000-gallon tanks. Alvarez, Tampa, Charlie Alvarez,
pupils In the space above the Dioxide, a quality lagreJiont which toes' it unlioim, lasting
Toilets and cast iron wash sinks. two bills. Starke, Paul Alvarez', Jackson- and brilliant whiteness It's &o paLut: lasting beauty Two
Electric fixtures.Miscellaneous '"If It had lived I wonder which ville; two daughters, Clare Al- coats do the work of three I
?t, Tw plumbing fixtures. mouth It would have eaten with?" varez, Tampa Julia Alvarez,
r Adjustable library shelves. mused Yvonne. Starke; two brothers, John and wwwuwA ,
Sheet galvanized metal. Elmer Alvarez, Ocala: and two New Way to Gr xr.Driving Safety ..g.5.45
sisters, Mrs. Llnnle Tills Ocala,
! 21x18: Buildings with Novelty Siding. and Mrs. Laura Kessler, Hattles- POLAROID I Peorlwicl( ..
' i ,, 2 Inch' Water Pipe. W.C.T.U. burg Miss. BATH .
3-4 Inch Water and HAM.'I.
Pipe Fittings.
ASTONISHING! Ocala; and two sisters, Mrs. Lin-
La lories.
vora Do to tell Funeral services were held. Tues d ....
you mean me a ......
t Asphalt Government that can keep 130- day afternoon at 2 o'clock In Con- 4.95 4,88
Tongue and Groove 1x8 Pine Boards. 000,000 people from making, ner Cemetery with the Rev. W. E. .
1-4 Inch Plywood. selling, and buying automobiles Hall officiating. Key McCabe -y ......It.. 0..... ,..... .!A H.r.', ..
No. 1 Oak Flooring. oan't top them from making, Funeral Home, Jacksonville, was ,E 1- w R..w I.au"
Windows and Frames Complete. riling and buying booze f f T In charge of arrangement. Bednces 4orrew
eye strain gi"44 a
'' Do you mean to tell me that Pall bearers were T. C. Craw- clear glare-fre* 'YW of Ute la'.M''
SEE J. M. EDWARDS a Government that can stop ford, Leon Conner Tate Crosby, road. Slip over the son yiaor,
.Bradford Engineering Co."PHONE 130,000,000 people from making Floyd Crosby, Eddie Norman, andJ. takes only a mlnnt to instalL Whit kr aoe. Sll2x19W. )
buying and ..,JUnK auto- R. Kelly. Wonderful TaltutS
9tu --..p.+ mobile tires and tube, can't
top them from selling and \Ve have letter and legal size De. Luxurious Pile
buying booze f ? f papers to suit your needs: onionskin AV E i
(Sam Morris in Civic Bulletin). bond rag content, second f
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fr "' .,.. ,a. "'
I 15.95With ''J

a OUR the stakes moved, ot\ ...
Junior has a speedy SHAG
4 .
I We take pride in the fact that we are the teal coaster undercarriage wagon Strong and RUG 5,39

tough hardwood top. Fluffy' thick gorgeous e<*
only JEWELRY STORE SOUTH of I :Rubber tires easy, ere! And It washes Uki Ibreei
lolling wheels A beauty I IA *. Big 24x42.incb ilM
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the following services all DONE in
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p NOTHING SENT OUT TO TRADE SHOPS OPTICAL filled I ;SERVICE Replacements' : ; Prescriptions and re

e Watch. Repairing by factory trained men. % b and Two K.y< yx

One-piece, di.-cast M
seams or rivets Erin
O Repairing any and all makes strong.


0 Free Hand Engraving especially designed to the imported type from some CHAMPIONS Rrpi- ,

your desire foreign land who are after I

i' your Almighty Dollar.

, Gold Stamping on leather goods of all kinds The'Tires
I O. are Reasonable ... L OtWa1

Our rent is ReasonableOur
O Gold, Silver, etc. Plating on any kind of metal Merchandise the finest 'Waited l1179

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e Diamond and Stone Setting of any type on any Our SERVICE the BEST for. west :riw IU a It-. tad 1ftIDeIa

' .' )' item of Jewelry frame,.

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Jewelry Repairing Weldingby the NEW FACTORY -

St, bf I 9q PROCESS. We do not work by the old Why Not Support HAVESTOCKS 1\
I soldering method that will show seams and event- ; 1\ .

5. dally break Your Finest t .Jeweler I ? ..

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't' r AIERCILtyD[ f:! Diamond, Wale-h.""s. Pendants, Silver (both flat and hollo- When yqu can get all this

+ ware) Chain !Stone! Ht rings Fraternal Jewelry ItllUokU (the finest quality local' service AT HOME St*.ring" ,Wh.I l .t.50
tube awn anjwliere), Watch Bandit (both bold and leather) Ladle & Gents SPINNER.-
Alarm Clocks, l.ljhter, Necklw, Jewelry Pearls, Costume Jewelry BIrthWe Are Here to Serve You Yon can make a small down ssemimonthly decide how Make It much ea l rhandle tt
. o stone Ring In fart gift Items too numerous to mention. yon want to pay-whether weekly monthly. your car la DunBay
We Like & Believe in yonr D* Luxe Champions on "P y Day Termsth* traffic and to park Wqnarters. clt.rm.e
STARKE that are streamlined to salt yon income. Plastic s54
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Jeu'elry Store In Starke Camp landing Jeweler Since 19 tl 600 Temple J. P.Avenue Roberts, :Owner: Phone: 69



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Rites Saturday I II ''In the city limit, for 42 years. Europe on October 24, 1864, the New Equipment

Recognized as one of the most son of the late Henry and Augusta t'veK fa

For Albert Bronke 1 1j I Industrious and 'efficient growersIn Wolfe Bronke. Immigrating to Installed By +e n, ;

I the county, he was one o: the America with hl/ parents In 1880 Harley F. Strong w

j i At Kingsley Cemetery. I I first in this area to extensively: he first resided In New York City. aY

I I Starke( plant tomatoes and. lettuce. Ten years later he moved to Chicago Harley F. Strong local jeweler -
Albert Bronkp, 82 a
resilient since 1905, died Thurs(I Mr. Uronke farmed the tract I and entered the dairy business this week announced the installation -

day, March 13 after a lingering until he became bedridden, three lie was married to the former of extensive jewelry
u 1 'I months I Miss Bertha Stern, of ChicagoIn manufacturing and repair equip-
i nines. He had operated a 10-acre age. p
I + vegetable farm on 7th street, with I I I He was born In West Prussia, 1803. Upon coming to Starke ment In his store on West Call o
j In 1905 the present farmslte waR street

0----- .. ----.-"'_, --- ... I readily selected and he resided ,
equipment Includes a stamp
there until his death.
ing and embossing machine for '
I In addition to his wife he Is Imprinting all leather goods with !

MALQICN: M () ,SI: survived by two brothers. Otto gold 1 or silver; equipment for r..4 y

STUDIO and Herman Bronke and two sisters welding any type of gold!, silver

PHYSIC I Mrs Ida Loth and Mrs. Amelia or platinum jewelry; .electroplating -

{ VI .tinrrlru'M 1'omoim. Psychologist: Powell all of Buffalo N. Y equipment for electroplatingany

'i TalmlHt and Psychic Adept l of the He was a member of the Presbyterian metal base with gold, sliver

; Oriental and Hindu Philosophy Church. or' platinum;, electrical polishingand

*e t Without asking a question tells Services were held at 3 P. m. buffing machines that will wPRICES

everything you wish to know; tell a1II lat Saturday at the DeWitt C. make dirty or tarnished jewelry RECORD-BREAKING

of every hope fear and ambition. 1 er it Jones Fneral Home with the Rev. "look like new"; an electric lap .. o !

Satisfaction guaranteed. Analyzes i John W. Kaufman, pastor of the ping stone for grinding* watch-

r your life and gulden you to suc 'rJ First Presbyterian Church officiating crystals to a precision fit; and a

cess and happlneafi./ Tells you how (tI Interment was at the 1i.avv sltttvr ..1_."._.__ _". i
I I+ to utilize the hidden,! forces within Kingsley Lake Cemetery. P

you and develops your inner talents bearers were Charley E. Jot}

master enabling yourself,you but others not only as well to even though they are D. A. Montelth. Carl Johns, I, PAGE 8-B BltAUFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, MARCH, ,191.

I / miles away. Why go through life unhappy. This gifted enzo Green, Mike Maruca I --=

I ) psychic will solve your problems. He has helped thousands Harvey Van Vleet. IV CIRCUIT COURT. IIIIVI>FOnl>,: County Telegraph shall publish this T. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla. ( FEl'::;' fSEtC AI.I
I i of others and can help. you. Everything confidential ('0TV: FI.OUIIJVl. IV tHAV.KUY Order In next four weekly Issues. Atty. for PIt. 8-14 4t 4-4 As Zach H Douglas 1 ourl.
hand and official tlainerhEugene
Witness my !
and sacred._ 2-Billed this March IV' 'nUTI'r COIIIT. BKAI.FOHU Atty.tor PIt. '.
4-Eyed seal at Starke, Florida, L,
Plaintiff .
A. Ollnhenan, vs.Phyllln 1947. ('0l 'STY FLOIUIIAl IV CHAN.W -
Office Open 10 A. M. to 7 1'. M. Dally (Closed Thursdays) Chick ExhibitedAnother May Qllshunan.. Defendant. 5.(OFFICIAL: SEAL) A J. Thomas, ('Kit Y. l.v riacrir .'UIII r. Bum
No. 6465. llb'urn' .'OtlN.l'Y, .
Case Thompson Plaintiff vs 1"1..1111\1
As. Clerk of said Court. RAND t
+ for White and Colored
i Separate Reception Roams ORDER PUBLICATION: Zach H. Douglas Gainesville, FlorMartha Jean Saunders Thompson v'KIt vSldonla .
one for NOTICE TO APPEAR for PIt.. 3-T 4t 8-28 Defendant. Case No. 6485.i.llliKR Stone hymen Pin-
Ripley Atty.
; '+ Take Woodstock Park Bus No. 82 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Phyllis )e' PUHL10ATION Sam Hyman, Dofondiint pIN
brought to the Telegraph of! May QllBhenan, whose residence !I.: AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 5463.
rya 700( Melson Avenue Jacksonville, Fla. 68 London Street: Mt. Hawthorne, rlllCI'IT' Conger nilADFOKD STATE OF FfiORIDA to: Martha ORDER Oliri'ULIiV"
thin week In the form of a U Perth, Western Australia .")STY. FI.OIIIUAl IV HANJean Saunders: Thompson whose re.ANn NOTICE 're i APT
At City Limit on Lake City Highway' You are required to appear on ('..:eIY. idence and address Is % Mrs. VernSTATE OF FLORIDA
{ p' ofrl billed, four-eyed baby chick. ,] April T, 947 nth. above nam Mary M. Petrusky Plaintiff vs.OeorgB on Saunders Cedar St., Rock Hill, Hyman whose last kiss,
U 2t*., 1 e ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff A. Petrusky Defendant. Mouth Carolina. dance and ad rl if freak biddy was discovered seeks. divorce. Bradford County Case No. 6471. You are required to appear on Street Newark New Jentr
.. ..- AA T 00 Yvonne Harrell. daughter of 3 Telegraph .shall publish this order ORDER OF PUBLICATION or before April 14, 1947 In the above You me ivijuir \\a J..
and Mrs. M. D. Harrell of Drool] I,. next tour weakly issues AND NOTICE TO APPEAR liiiniud Court and I cause, wherwlnplaintiff April 7, 1147 Ii, th,
Witness hand and official Bradford named Court nlll.
my STATE OF FLORIDA to: George si-cits'I divorce. HIM ,
when she broke an egg from"sitting" seal at Stark Florida this March A. Petrusky whose residence Is County Telegraph shall publish this plaintiff seeks divorceFYadford
that had been deser 4. 1947. unknown. Onl" In ""xt tour weekly laMue... Comm r .t m
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A.J. Thomas, You are required to appear on 'Vltn..R my hand and official publialifile oAs I 'II
by the mother hen. Clerk of said Court. April 8, 1947, In the above seal. at Stnrke Florida this 13th of weekly Issues.
: FOR SALE Rivers & Anderson, Green Cove nuint'd. Court and. cause wherein March 1947.OFFICIAL. Witness my 11..1 i M
"or The unusual chick did not >1 /:! ,' Fla.Attys" plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas seal at Stnrko. FI| rlda, i t
ri and was placed in a bottle of for PIt. 3-7 4t 3-18 County Telegraph shall publish this As Clerk of said Court. of March 1947.OKKICIAL .
16x16 Army Hutments Order In next four weekly Issues John J. Henderson, Ksq. St. Augustine ( "l ,\l.> \ jAn ,.-
cohol and brought to the ne Witness my hand and official Fla. Atty. for Pit. 3-14 4t (-( Clerk of said C,,url
$200 EACH DELIVERED paper office where It may be s< 1% tiiirriT Co DH'r' IIUAOFOIIUCOIivrY. seal at Stark, Florida, this March John J. HenderHor .q.1t
FI.OII1DAI IV: C1IA1MCKHV. ; 6, 1941. iv: cmrrrr corll'r..IItDFOR1)' >> tine, Fflorldpal't
by anyone Interested In freaks -.. .,
nature. Although otherwise i i Kathleen Harrell Hayes. Plaintiff AH Clark of said Court. ('..:ny.
parently normal the chick 1 vs. Everett Hayes, Defendant. Case By Lucille C. Conner. I>. C. Orover J. Mulllns Plaintiff, vs.
ALSO No. 0408. If. O. Brown, Starke Fla. Marian Mulllns, t>e fendant. Case Stock Farm
two perfectly formed bills anon 4 APPEAR Atty. for Pit. 8-T 4f3-28 No. 6118. ,
1 1 complete heating unit with 41 steam each side of its head and lilt AND>!,:NOTICE H OP PUBLICATION 'OH'/BR: OF PUBLICATION: To Be Developed I d
radiators. kind of double with two d!
eye Hayes, whose residence Is 1201 All persons having, claims or deSTArE OF FLORIDA to: Marian I By Georgia Man
4 4 hot water units with lOOO-gallon tanks. tinct pupils in the space above [ South 6th Street Wilmington, ,)ands' against the estate of Blanche Mulllns, whoso residence Is un

; d Toilets and cast iron wash sinks. two bills. North You Carolina.lire ..". nlr"d to appear on (notified}. Herlonir and, required deceased to are file hereby their known.You are required I to appear on Only shortages of t to

+ Electric fixtures. '"If it had lived I wonder wh! April 7. 1947, In the above claims In the office of the County April named 14, 1947.and In cause h"w above. I and equipment arc boldly
named Court and cause wherein Judge of Bradford County Florida.. ,
Miscellaneous'! plumbing fixtures. mouth it would have eaten with plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford In the County Courthouse at Starke, plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford scheduled development of
shelves. mused Yvonne. Cixinty: Telegraph shall publish this Klortdn. within eight calendar County :Telegraph:: shall publish e Issues this i Fancher stock farm l
Adjustable library In next four weekly
Order In next four weekly IIINr"tel"1 mouths from the date of the firstpublication Order 1M.
e Sheet galvanized metal. Witness my hand and a I of this notice or the Witness my hand and official I 100 (to Lak, CItYI
} 1 North Carolina. same will become void according; seal at Starke Florulathls March 1 when placed in 'operaGal
24xt8 Buildings with Novelty Siding:, Heal nt Starke, Florida, this March to law. 11, 1841,
(FFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomas one of the county's fine
8. 1941. This February 27 1947.
2 Inch' Water Pipe. W.C.T.U. 'I
of said Court.
\oL"' -1O1AL SEAL: ) A..J. MARK). HKKLONQ. As Clerk Fancher, formerh of i
Inch and As Clerk of said Court. of the IF. C. Paldwln I Ualnesvllle Fla
3-4 Water Pipe Fittings. As Administrator 3-it
ASTONISHING! J. C. Durrunca, Law Thom..1 estate of Blanche I U. Her Atty.: for PIt! : 4t (- Ga., purchased the fan:

Lavoratorles.t4 Do you mean to tell me Hid*. Jacksonville Fla. long, deceased. r' 7ii.. Lester Kite six weeks e
Atty. for Plf. 3-7 3-7 4t 8-28 IV (IIKTIT < 1IRAI>FOIIIroi )I'
is, Asphalt Tile. Government that can keep! 13 :\'I'Y. FLOHIIJ\I iv' cii.%:>- Is now occupied will i

I Tongue and Groove 1x8 Pine Boards. 000,000 people from makliiwlllng ;., t-Kitr. fields In readiness fur I
iv cmrurr cu iv: rmri'iT cnrur. IIHAI>FOIIUfnlisry. Flora Balr, Plaintiff vs. Karl A.
1-4 Inch Plywood.No. and buying automoblj .'(II VI'V. FI.OIIlll IV I'lIA.VBeat'rlce : : FLOIimil IV CHAN. Ualr, Defendant Case No. 6478.ORPKH of peanuts 10 acres of It i

1 Oak Flooring.: ran't atop them from makli .'FIt Y. Goldberg Dun.ky, Plala- Kathleen Cl'.ltV. Hall Bond. Plaintiff vs.NU NOTICE! OF PUHL1CAT1ON TO APPEAR tat 0 es for hogs and t Uic

Windows and Frames Complete. riling and buying booze ? T tlff vs David C. unstty, Defen- Joseph F. Bond, Defendant. Case STATE OF FLORIDA to: Earl corn.
dint. Cate No. No. 6172. A. Balr' whose residence and adUtUF11t''F '
Do to tell th PUBLICATION
you mean me : [ : Describing himself aa"?
ORDER:: OH" PUBLICATION dress Is unknown.
SEE J. M. EDWARDS a Government that can .t AND NOTICE TO APPEAl; i AND NOTIcn TO APPEAR You are required to appear on turpentine man" this !larJ-
130,000,000 from STATE OP O I STATE OF FLORIDA to Joseph April I 14, 1947, In the above
Bradford Engineering Co. people maIng. C. Dunsky, whose last known residence P. EYirid, whose residence Is Hotel named Court and cause wherein Iial farmer shares pinion
buying and selling aut and address Is 269 Clinton Abbey, list Street, New York City plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradfordlhis ventures with his tow\
F = Place Newark New Jersey. ,New Vork.Ynti County Telegraph> shall publish. this
? mobile tires and tube
---r-r= -- PHONE 91 cat remain!
--- to appear on C. Fancher, who
You me required ,ii re required. to appear on 1 Order In next four. weekly IHSIIPS.Witness .
atop them from selling al April 7, 1947. In the above April 7. 1947. In the above my htfnd and official at Douglas.
buying booze T ? T nnntvd. I Court and cause, wherein'numed Court and cause wherein seal at Starke, Florida, this March
plaintiff seeks dlvur ". Bradfordt'ountv plaintiff seeks annulment and re- !111, 1947. I Beside the turpentine
(Sam Morris in Civic Bullvtli Telegraph; shall publish. Htomtlon of Malden name Bradford (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas the' Fanchers han a !ir
this Order In next four weekly Is.witness County Telegraph shall publishthis A* f'lerk tif said' Court. I
Muex I Order In next four weekly Is- r>. K. Knight, Starke Fla. beef cattle farm in Ceo-
F. STRONG JEWELER w hAnd and official null I east. ''Atty for Plf. 3-14 4t 4.4 voted to white-faced Hat
\HARLEY Starke, Florida, this 3rd of Witness mv hand and official seal t 801!
Al .e March 1947. at Starke Florida, this March 6, iv' .incriT roi'iiT. UIeADFoleD'with' approximately I
*: ojI,. f' tJo'I'U'IAllEAl./ .) A. J, Thomas tM7.! J-Fitv'1"' FI>OKI"AI l* CIIA>I'I I( Lacking acreage fo adeq
An Clerk uf said Court (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J:Thomas.An .
: John J. Henderson Esq., St. Augus- Clerk of said Court. Susanne La. Penn, Plaintiff vs. tune, they decided on Die J1Nlcholns
"fj'UR' tine Fla.. Hv Liiollle C.: Conner D. C. La Penn Defendant Case of Florida land arrKlns
Atty. for'Plf.. 3-7 4t 3-28 Martin J. Pearl 803: Graham Bldg. No. 6477 C 1 P
i Jacksonville, Flo.Atty. i ORDER OF PUBLICATION choice through F

{ take pride in the IV .'lIlrl'I'r Cl)1'It'r. HHAIJFOUOroi for Plf. 8-7 4t 8-28 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR worth, local representatlVl
a vYt I I : ) VI'V. FLO'UU1.:<1 CIIAV- -- STATE OF FLORIDA to Nicholas .
E. A. Strout AgencyMr
La Penn whose residence Is 134:
JEWELRY Si W.I L:.11 D Y Allen Plaintiff vs. Stella.. Nolle is N O hereby T I C given VI to all West 2nd. Street New York City, Fancher states UNew
No. 6347.OIIU13II : "
D. Allen Defendant. claimants. and creditors of the ynu are' required to. appear on of hia cattle will be ten
OF PUBLICATION: Kstate of Edna E. Dowt Y. deceased. April 11947, In the above He'll have >
a r I that is ANI NOTICE] TO APPEAR to pay any and all claims owning na", .1 court and cause wherein Georgia .
STATE OF FLORIDA to: !Stella: the estate to LarkIn Dowty Weeks, plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford mount of hoga- thf numtnPfiunty
D. Allen, whose residence Is: 817 of Starke Florida and file
any Telegraph shall publish this but far Dk<
'' the following service Poplar Street Macon Oeorgla.Tou and all claims! against the estate Order" In next four weekly Issues closed, as yet.
are required to appear on with the County Judge of Bradford witness my hand and official' the average for the couni'liall94'7StaPke' t)
1 April 7, 1941 In the above County, Florida, within eight months Florida this March prodcera. When thlr.gsw
[ numud court and same wherein from the first publication of this
OUR STORE ''. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford notice or said claimants will be (OFFICIAL SHAD A J. Thomas he'll add to the pasture, 'J
Q County Telegraph. shall publish this barred bv statutes of Florida. As Clerk. of said Court. out additional tract ol
Order In next four weekly. Issues. Larkin Dowty' Weeks Adm'x. Carlton & Brown. Law Exchange
Witness my hand anU official 8-14 4t. 4-( Building 1 Jacksonville, Fla. and palmettos, and plant
seal at Starke, Florida this March Atty. for Plf. 8-14 4t 4-4 and clover. Ativ
OITiCI- .6 1947: I\, (:IRCCIT COURT, BRAOFonD pet grass .
('()f' 'lCrAr. SEAL) A. J. Thomas C NOTHING SENT OUT TO TRADE SHOPS tiona fl (' : cinrrrr COURT. nnAnronn
As Clerk of said fourt.K. 'Kiev ,:.. two mules In U'lendenln. '"
t K. Ferryman Stark., Fla. Josephine Singleton White Plain- ('FII VTY.', FL UIU e J iv CHAV.,, working
I : 8-7 4t 3-28 tiff, v. Roger tractor which he has to
pairing'i i Atty. for Pit. case No" 6483, White Defendant Joseph Jr.. Plaintiff vs.I ,
ORDER Elinor antes ClendenIn, Defendant. but Will not bring hen uCase >
; Watch Repairing by factory trained men. ; IV'Ot'\I'I'Y rinri'ST. FLORIDA COI'HT. URADFOnp IV VIIAN: I AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION No. 5440. ers are filled for the .. RTATE OF FLORIDA to: Roger ORDER OF PUBLICATION
.."Y. distributor, pin
White, whose unknown.ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR scarce
residence Is
Plaintiff I vs. Ethel
a We A James Mae 'Sherwood, ': Carson, benfendant. You are' required to appear on STATE OF' FLORIDA to: Jomnor I cultivator. The fmmediir
O Clock Repairing and all makes 6470. April 14, 1947. In the above aatR" CIRn.l..nln. whose residence
,:; any Case U1tUER No. OF PUBLICATION named court and cause, wherein Is: 11 East 73rd Street New York, cap is the J lack ".
WAR \ ANO 'NOTIC'I': TO APPEAR plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford New York. bands are engaged inSTATE ''''
OF FLORIDA to: Ethel County: Telegraph shall publish this you are required I to appear on and
r"el01'11.,1' In next four issues.March 81. lOU In the above I and setting posts.
9 Free Hand Engraving especially designed to the impforeign< dence Mae Sherwood: and Carson, General whose D.'Vltn.... my hand weekly and official named Court 'd'lvo'r'c'.r'' wherein terla1'l' are available, d

desire livery, t la.eBrltiah Columbia seal l1, It 147Star1": Florida this March County plaintiff Telegraph seeks shall publish Bradford; this 400 acres will be under

k your AY'll'" 7.are 1947 rmtulred, In to the appear above on (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Order In next four weekly '....ue.. A bachelor Mr FaiC..
A hI"" Clerk of said Court. Witness my hood and ortt'lal
b, your ] '' "r' ';"tfCourtk.a divorce.cause Bradford 1'.' Frank Landrum. Starke; Flo. seal at Stllrke, Florida, this Feb- native Alabaman haiiDI
4 'publl.h Atty. for Pit a... 4t 4-4 and reared In (lira'
Telegraph shall this gfI hl9AL
leather of all kinds County : Thoma.born
Gold goods (
Stamping on "- ) A. J.
weekly Issues.WltnoKs. CODddCOI'YTY :
four ,
Our proon Order I In next and official 11'1 cinrrrr COUR_. RHAnrono AS Clerk of said Court.: He hM farmed and
''rkeYFlorida FLOItlllAl IV CHAN.Nlles' Dan Kelly' Fernandina' Fla enterprises *
this March turpentine
y Our rerj; seal at S.a C'FIIY. Attv. car Pit. 2.29t ,.?

O Gold, Silver, etc. Plating any kind of metal Our Mj: 1 A(,(*)Jo'164841.IIC"AL';.tdL) A.. J. Thomas Muriel"Pete Noland Mau.1\all.Jr.: Plaintiff Defendant.vs. 11'1 ClnrrJT COl'nT nncnwonnf CILtNFancher t for the past has seven been yw"!there

T. Frank r.a.'drum.o:. rke. Fla. CI..O j'F.) : ::84F PUBLICATION CERT.Coe'sTY. FLORID.\.e IN : \years.
Atty. for Plf. 3-7 4t 3-28 AND NOTICE TO Curtis R. "'Scott Plaintiff right
APPEAR VII. Lottie When things are
Diamond and Stone Setting of any type on any Our SI STATE OP FLORIDA to: Mrs. E. Scott. Defendant. Case No. 6464.
IV p item of FLoitiitAi CHA.V. demon and address. Is- Navy Base, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR purchased locally the
Jewelry ('Kie V. Rout 8. Box 398, Charleston South STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lottie
f Lorraine Roberts Plaintiff ... Carolina. E. Scott, whose residence Is: 228 stated.
Maurice Roberts Defendant. Case You are required< to appear on Brown Street. Charlottesvllle, Vlr.A -' The on the aiT0
Nis B4A7 April 14, 1947 In the above /iflnla,
f Jewelry Repairing Weldingby the NEW FACTORY ORDER OF PUBLICATION: named court and cause, wherein Tfiar* required to appear on the highway beyond Oe
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR plaintiff seeks divorce.. Bradford 7. 1947 in the above owned b 1 Dr
PROCESS. {We I do not work by the old Why NiYourf' STATE OF FLORIDA to: Maurice (' untr Telesjraph shall publish this n"Ved.coarf! and eau.. wherein waa originally idle '
Roberts whose residence Is un Order Ir next four weekly Issues seeks divorce. Pradford Parks. It had _...

AI '' soldering method that will show seams and eventually known.You are required to appear on seal witness at Starke my, Florida hand ,and this offlcla March' Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.this past four or five 7--

I I April 7. 147. In the above I U. 19n. Witness my: hand and ortlelai Fancher In commutingj.
break i named court and cause, wherein OFFICIAL, SEAL) A,. J. Thomas, seal at Btarke. Florida this March farm while maintain i iat ,
plaintiff seeks divorce. I A* Clerk of said Court. I. tU1.
... f...".. .Qtarka: HoteL'
MERCHANDISE:: DlitniaiuN, Watrhm Pendant. Saver (both flat and hollo- .

( ware) Chains Stone Set ring, Fraternal Jewflrj, ', RilUoM (the flnewt quality I local. ) i .
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to bo wen anjwIiiT*), Watrh Bandit (both bold and leather) Ladies. & Urntm Y.yam-! '' i SPINNER .. .

R Alarm Clocks, UKhtert! Necklaces Jewelry Pearl., Contain Jewelry BirthWe Are Here to Serve You ]Makes( tt much esayelA J

I stone Ring In fact. gift Item. too numerous. to mention. We Like & Believe in Dandle your car "J
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f I : I traffic and to park

STARKE, FLA. This qnarters.ehrom. Plastic sat

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