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 28, 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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I IcW.- Bradford ___ __ __ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH :

ft read with much Interest the article In last week's paper about

\\aevr city: license for dogs and the requirements that all dogs be
Official County Publication Established In 1877
ulated. It i is fitting and proper that a law of that kind be paused! -

It I remember correctly a similar one has been passed every .
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.[Ince.I moved. to..Starke. I hope this time that_ the City really VOLV&IN: S1XTY-MJSK --'M'I'AKK.E.I'LORlD; FitflYMARC1i2I.: 1941 Nt'I'tBE TWKNTY-TI1KBB t

will follow _____ ___ ______
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nothing is more of a nuisance than stray dog that is why -_-- .

place.of as who' love'our ,dogs make every effort to keep them in : Rotary, Endorses County Tax Books Local Lions Club Johns Wainwright, County Prepares ,,1

NoW I believe I can..afford 'a dollar for a dog tag but what I Close April 1st, Green To Speak At

wondering about Is when I .will feel like walking the 28 miles Move To Obtain Public! RemindedCounty To Get CharterAt Farm Bureau TonightA 3 Special Acts

lalnesvllle to have my dogInoculated.. I've been here for four

IJIId have had two dogs but I have yet to read where the City Tax: Collector C. A. biff turnout IH expected at

cd i or a person' with some authority baa thought enough of the Medical College Knight thin week "incited a final April MeetingStarke tho Farm Iturniu mealing In the For LegislatureAdvertisement

er the people to tell them If there is a veterinarian in town I warning to procraattnatlng tax rnurthouMe tonight (Friday) at

Isn't then try to bring one here for a and the ayera. The ta* bfmktt>> for 1016UKA the than 7:30 o't'lolC'k.'ht'n !State! Senator i
day give joined
It there I If action taken here Wednesday ft'__ 8__. Sn .. .0.. 0 more Charley K John"*. ItrprrMntotlve of thrrn special
3,000 communities boasting I.lons sets f
sponsored by the Bradford
N. I). \Valnu'
right. Jr., and ,
lube Tuesday night when D. A.
County Board of County Commit'
IIx-C.mJrl't'man" K. A. (Lot)
\ )FOKD COUNTY TELKi.KAPII. 1ST A It KK. FLOK1UA VIUDAY. MARCH 81, 1017Treas Wontclth was elected charter presl- Green will be on hand to dl.... loners, In published in this Issue

-- ---- ------- ---____ .___ __ __ ______h ___ ____- :lent at the organization meeting of the Telegraph and gIves due I
CuSS matters of Interemt to farmer
held in the offices of the Campbell hot Ice of the Board'* Intention to

NOTICE i iI NOTICE Accounting* Service on Walnut lit*expected and' the public that the at largis flradfordlegislators It ask introduction at the, next session I
Itreet. I
ot the State Legislature of:'
) will touch on INHUMto .
I Ie hereby given that the following described lande will be Notice I IH hereby (given that the following deocrlhed lands will be More than a score of lo.abUill: I. An Mt
hll lIu"lIon on the. 20th day of March 1947 .t 12 o'clock noon wold at imlillu auction on the 2IHh day o' March 1947 at 12 o'clock noon come before the'next' smilon. empowering
Hall In t4tarke. Fla., to pay the amount due for 19U taxes, Bt the City Hull In Klurke, Flo., to PitY the amount due for 1941 taxes ness and professional men joinedthe to levy a special

I tlNlng.II lVI".lte. tu the same together with all costs of such sale and herein advertlalnK.net o|>in>Hlte to th. name, together with all costs of such sale organization and took part in AU Bun member, are urged tax of a** more than on. mill
naming the officer to the
guide annually for the hoepltaJlsatioaof ,
to attend and tlu general
s...... Twp. n.. Owner .4t. .r Ta. O..rlp.lu. See. Twp. .... OwnerW. A. of Tax club during Its formative month". county Indigent.
8-8 of public I Is cordially Invited.e .
of lots 14: 235 ft. of N 105 ft. of
original Town K% of NW14 of SE(4( of Regular meetings of the chub are J. An act authorising the
"e 28 8 83 R. A. Orion 104.U Nb(4!'( 28 8 23 A. CookUnknown 48.75 planned for every Monday evening > Board
ft, E & W by Onn lot 105 ft. aq In SW to .deed and convey not
S & 1:1: bounded Corner of SWVi: \ of HW'x 28 6 23 2.94 at 8:45: o'clock President Mantel exceeding *0 eerie' of land to
;e: "n the E byontheNby Com. at SW Cor. of Madl- th named, IJarley Strung andA. Tax Sale the FloridavState
City Marketingllnard
Hun & Hay 8t. and runS
.. B Baker to work with him $In
230 ft. for of
II St" : a pt. to b*> used for purpoeeeI
I and South by beg., thence run "W 103 finding a permanent meeting'
Orlll'lnal Town ft. H Id 10G ft., I of Farmer 1'r.,,,,.. fS. p
28 6 83 n. A. Green 400.0G N 2tIWf.t"t: : pt. ofCom.'at .. place. Set For
St.Interceots SaturdayCity An art giving; fan '
t tIde of Call E NB Cor. of NEV4' 28 622 Unknown 384 Earl M. Campbell was named the to Oommjalonrrs .*- 1
Court St., and of ISCVi' of NK'4' and lecretary; while K. a. Duncan was all dispose of
lIS tt. E 00 ft. run S 50 Ct.V 100 ft. eonfltratml mlrohollo beverage
ft" N 63 ft. to N GO ft., 13 100 Ft. to pt. elected as treasurer. The three Clerk Carl Johns calls at *. Vehicle, appliance
" thence W of III-B. 29 6 22 Glenn B Mclntoah 2.45 vice-presidents are L. A. Can-ivo, tention of the public to the fact or any.oth.r .
to "t. of beg 18 5 Z3 R. A. Green 1D3Ol Lot 2 of Block 33, J. M. prohibited matt,.,. that
'tarke, bounded Johns Addition 28. 22 Mary B Maloney 2.34 H. E. Tucker and F. C. Hollinga- that tax sale will be held at the are now on hand or hereafter
omple Ave., Non N 13H ft. of lot 2 and worth. A, B. Baker waj voted City Hall Saturday March 29 nt
St", W by lot 3 and S% of lot 4 hn confiscated
worth, and Jn.1lorman of block 2, Llvlnnston- Lion Tamer while Harley Strong 12 noon for the purpose of aclllng/
and S Truby & Cn'a Addition< 28 'U W. T. Weeks, Jr. 4.53 Wai given the honor of bolng DamMi at public auction properties with In regard. to the first bill, county
rmall' 18. 12 R. A. Green 81.45 Lot 8 of Block 11, LIvlnKH- I official. estimate that a on. mill
in the
of lot Tall Twister.T. city (In which 1913 and
.c"pt % ., ton-Truby & Cop Addition i levy will
iii Addition tot 28 8 23 Carl Ritch 4.23 Frank Landrum and Carl 1944 taxes havs not been paid, In bring about $3.000 an- I
Starke 29' II Floyd; Green 9.00t Lot 4 of Block 2, City 1 with nually Into thin special fund., The
t "r Block 13. Park Suh-Dlvlslon 28 8 22 Walter J. Redman 2.03 Johns were named directors to> compliance law these properties action the
AddItion, to Lot 3 and SH of lot 4 of lerve until June 30, UM, while have been advertised In the by commissioner* was
8tnl'ke 28 I II R. A. Green 48.71 Block 28, Llvlnitaton- for taken at the request of representative
Telegraph four week with the
Block 2. and 1r !Truby A Co'a Addition, 28 6 22 F. E. Prince 4.23 5.: L. Blgg.q and J. K. Wilmvrlijnvere of the State
N A R hy 62v % Lots 1-2-12-13-14 of Hlk. \ named directors to s"rvo tin final Inaurtlnn bring In this lnsue. ) Board
\ In NW out' 30, Llvlnnston-Truby & who appeared at the last meet-
,'1 3, Dowllng'e Go's Addition 28. 24 Earl George 3.44 .11\ June 30. 1947, the end, of the The clerk states-. that the 1945 ,Ing. It will pointed out that'a
"Inn to Town Lot 3 of Iflook 30, Liv.ingaton.Truby roHent Lions fiscal year tax roll wait paid up 100 percent
A 18 I II Knute Fred Luld. 1.13 & Co's certain amount of charity hospltalIcatlon -
1 lnck 82, J. hI.tiltluit Addition 28 8 22 C. B,. Johns 264 By unanimous voto of the rlubVprll : with all properties auctioned. In must be carried and at
to Town Lot 7 of Block 30, Llv- the 1945 sale bringing the amount
o 28 6 II Mary D. Maloney 2.84 lnaHton-Truby & Co'fl 28 was snlectdd as Charter the present time funda for this

r Block 1 .1. B.iiItlOn Addition 28 6 22 F. M. Packham 2.64 cf taxes advertised. He expects '
I II. "' and purpose are Inadequate. One official -
"iight President Mnntell
to Town Lots. 3-4 of Block 24, Llv- that all properties will also be
I.. 28 6 II R. A. Green 40.80 InfrHton-Truby & Co'a lamed A, B. Baker as rha.rma readily Hold tomorrow unless redeemed stated. that for the past t
-1(1( of Block D. !ub-DlvIHlon 28 6 22 Unknown 5.83 several years, a $5000 Item ha*, ..
.,Ip. AddItion to Lota 3-4 of Block 40, Llv- or that affair. Other chairmen by the owner before noon .
Ilarke 28 I 22 R. A. .Green 80.15 InirHton-Truby & CO'B also been placed In the budget for the '
"r Lot 2 and Hub Division 28 8 22 Nesby K. Jackson 6.82 ppolnted were E. L. lltggs./ nemwrshlp John remind property purpose of 'some badly needed,.
d S't or Lot 4 Lot 3 of Block 42, Llv- owner that the 1848 tax roll I I
chairman J. It.. Wain, renovating and
; In
2, Llvlng.lonS" InKston-Trtiby A CO'B Closes Marcs :31. and all delinquent redecorating '
,s A.idltion Sub DivisionS 28. 22 Julius Duller S.44 fright finance .the courthouse, but every
chairman aid T. jrearthla
t4tarke 26 6 12 W. T. Weeks, .rr. 4.83 30 ft. of lot 1 nf Block properties will be advertised. '
and SOft. of 47. Livingston-Trilby & rank Landrum, chairman the for salt Immediately thereafter. KmouBt ha* bad. to be :'edtfor t
Block 14. LivTruhy Co's Hub Division. 28 6 22 Mattla Luclla' Brymer 2.04 Diminution and by-laws co-nmlt: I etoerfsnryj.koepltallzaUoil ofIndigent
Lot 3 of Block 4S IJv-
& Co'e ,
to Town of Imrston-Trtiby & Co'aHub te. a and other similar pur- l-i
:fI! 8 as Floyd Croon 29.73 Division 28 6 22 '1.. J. Alderman 3.44 63/VeU, 23, Women 4.sne7d.rYth., ; .rourthouee .. still ,, t:
c. C
Den .Herder uf Jackson
IlIi or lots 8-9 Lot 9 and E% of 10 and .. .
.. Wtarever" -
di4,4..UI" ,
,. Listed AAvailable' .
17, 1.ivIngnton t all 12-13-14 of B'lol'k"- 1110 *pflCJl 'yecresflntative"ho o.I "
"C Addition ,'Vot 3A, Peek's Addition to Tfte Mcjind; > "rM I
act U! a
dy i
Hturke 28 8 22 .7. p. Roberts 4.13 Town of Htarke: 23 6 23 J. K. Sullivan 9.30 Int.matlonaAuoclaUoQ; 't For i Jobs In County '
Iliok I Liv. >> Lot 3 of Block 16 Tem- ions Clubs opened the !meeting technical flaw that occurred: about f
'rrii: lB. :: pie Addition 28 6 23 J. P. Roberts 8.70 ten
Co's : when the Board
nd ;years ago
O. eal-
t,, Town of Lots 4-5 ofl3Iock' 16 presented \VIIII"1 Bradford 'County has a .current ,
28 22 w. O. KatIe a.74 :Temple's Addition' 28 6 23 J. P. ttoberts 80.25 ent of the Jacksonville-Spring available labor supply of 90. IncludIng purchased land for th4!( Stat.
f flock II, fIvrrui. 'F.iI- Fr..rtlonallllock. 10 North Farmers Market and deeded it to
leld Lions who told of the acIvltles -
.) & Co's ., of 12th HI reel A West 63 .veteran* and 26 wom t t
"I., Town of of Walnut Street. ,, Tem of his club. The meeting en. These figure were released the State Marketing: Board. At
28 6 23 Prunle Carr "i. 11.41 ple's Addition to Town 'that lime, the fact was overlookedthat
'us closed the who
Blork 30, Llv- of Starke 28 6 22 Unknown 3.24 by president > here today by Mrs. Helen Rodman,
Truby & CO' I,. tated that he felt the club would manager of the Gainesville office the law prohibits Boards of
to Town of as- r 5 .. II -:r.'-"1\1.- Packham a.94 Tax Collector City of Starke. .o much to mnka Starko a better of the Florida State Employment ,'County Commissioners from trans ,

Pluck 30, LivTriiby lace In which to live; that the' Service Employer are urged to I erring property without special I
Mast:. Hay St., Charleston, South New York and that there la no deglHlatlvA act. This bill would 7
& Co'sto Carolina. person In the state of Florida, the lub would cooperate with all) list their job openings with the '

Town of as e II C. D. Johne 1.94 You are required to appear. on service of subpoena. upon whom xlHtlnK organizations In al ll Employment Service for the dual (remedy that error. I
f lut II of Bloek1I1'Mtoll"ruby March :31, 1947 In the above would bind said Defendant and The third bill
named Court and cause wherein that the Defendant Is over tie au" 'orth-whlle activities when called purpose of filling their own needs would permit the i

,i I. Division to Ai plaintiff. peeks divorce. Fradford of twenty-ono (21 ) years and pan. and helping to maintain the county to dispose of snme 125 to J
Starke! 18. U Enoch Tyson 1.94I County Telegraph shall publish thisOraVr that the same Is set forth In said economy of the community. ISO case of bonded whiskey that
sworn an particularly asla
I 10 35 In next four weekly issues
ft. Gf
Block 27, LlvTruby ,' .. Witness my hand and official known to affiant ,after diligent Job applicants Include professional tins been confiscated over a periodof I
'I seal at Starke Florida this 20th search and Inquiry.IT Week Marked .
& Co'sisbn ioly by the sheriff's office and f
and managerial 6, clerical
10 Town of February 1941.I IS: THEREFORE ORDERRDthat
C 18 1 U A. '1'. Paul 4.83 I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..r. Thomas said non-re.hlent Defendant and salt. 12, service IS skilled 23, ntorei, In the courtho...". At the
As Clerk Court be. and she hereby Is, to I
,n.Truby ex000t It lot CO'I. I By I I..ofc..atn D. C. 'appear In said cause on Friday semi-skilled 20 unskilled 7, And (present time the law permit. the

don t'l Town John J. Uend"r on. Esq., St. Augustine the 11th day of April A. D, 1947: 5v Noon ServicesNoonday Agricultural 13. to of "ililne" '
county dlHpose
18 1 i2 Joe Hogan 8.11 Fla.Atty. otherwise the allegations. of the I by ,
lOlock 8. Liv. 'K for Pit. 2-28 4t 3-21 said lUll will be taken aa confessedby "An tinomployrd worker In an pouring It Into sewers but a court ) I
Truijy & Co'; the Defendant. economic los to the community
'Ion to Town m oinrriT CUtUP ORAnFOlI1J IT IS!' FURTHER ORDERED that Holy Week Bervlce* :order Is necessary for any disposition '
since he cannot
as 8 u T..r. Alderman 2.84 (COli'Y FLoitioAi IN CHAN: thin Order he published once a spend money
UI"ck 10 North .el'ley.: week for four consecutive weeksIn III be held In the First Metho- the thing he reeds" Mrs. Rod- of bonded whiskey. At an I

Irpt and West Marjory Buntyn Sharps Plaintiff the Bradford County Telegraph at Church starting Monday and the 'average estimated ...ie of "
sold. "In an price
mnn same way
t Htro@t, Tem- vi,. William II. Sharpe, Defendant."on'nEri a newspaper, published In Bradford
oIll1on tD Town C ". County, Florida.. mtlnulng through Friday. The unfilled job In an economic Ions 'ISO per case, Bradford' present
o 21 5 aa Unknown a.u OF PUBLICATION This February 28, A. D. 1It4' lily 30-mlnute service will begin to the community since It Is
nlook ] TO APPEAR (hoard should! \
2, City AND NOT1CR A. :J. THOMAS. net the county at
".[.lvIMlon 18 I 12 I'olra. George Pierce a.03 STAT OF FLORIDA to: William Clerk of Circuit rntirt. 12:05: and will feature Easter neither paying wngea to a workernor
murk' 11, Liv.ruhy If. Hharpn, whodo resldenna Is: 3-7 4t 3-38 (OFFICIAL SEAL) uslc all well as a brief talk by contributing to the productionof least $7,500! which would be placed
It 405 East 39th Htrent Savannah Qa.
Ion Co'a as I II Rosa Leggett 1.82 You are required to appear on different loral pastor each day. needed goods. Both louses maybe In the fine and forfeiture fund.

"f/ Tibet 16iliitlon to. March named. court 31, 1947 and, cause In the, wherein above
Starke as I U 3. p. Roberte 10.n plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ciitv.: III be a special threehurtjIr/ are quickly put In touch with liquor through aale to "charitable I I
County Telegraph shall publish this Preston Rlon Plaintiff vs. Cart I e ceo divided Into 30-mlnute per- unfilled "
CARL JOHNS I Order In next four weekly Issues. B. Rlon. Defendant. Case No. 5461. jobs. Institution' or by sale to licensed
Tax Collector City Gf Starke. Witness my hand and _official ORDER OF PUBLICATION! a*, based on the seven last say- Unemployment compensation
seal at Htfirke. Florida this Fau- from the cronn. Person at- lalr outside of Bradford -
IT ('oln'.. BRADFORD ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND mary 27. 1947.OFFICIAL HTATB OF FLORIDA to: Mrs. payments amounting/ to |30 were ,
FIfHtlUA NOTICE TO APPEAR SEAL!: A. J. Thomas, ndlng may enter or leave the County h
HI CHAN.Hovorka ; ( Sadie I fl. Rlon. whose address and made In Bradford County to two I
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Henry As' Clerk of said Court. residence Is: 183 Stonewall Jacksonville urcli between each period. the week ending
'r.rlpn whos residence and ad- Hy Lucille C. Conner D. Homes. Charlotte North' women during
Plaln- J. Branler.
j ulN Hororka Defendant. dressU: Box 71. Corona. Calif ornla Jarh! H. Douglas. rn Fla. Carolina The services are Inter-denomlna- February 28. These recipientswere Presbyterian Church
118, B'rasier' 1205 Mon.toray Atty. for Pit. 2-38 4t J-31 >nal and the public I Is Invited
or JtrentJ | You are required to appear nn I clanslfled a* service work
op PUBLICATION Bakersfleld PelneL, California -' iv TUB rmri'IT corRT or April 7, 1947, In the abo..enamed attend. ers. Statewide unemployment 'The subject of the Palm Sunday I
OTICK TO APPEAR % Mrs. Mildred .fHIII"4. KinilTII: JIJUIOHI. court and cause, wherein Service
"" at 11 o'clock In
I'f' FLORIDA to: Louis are required to appear on iittiir. n ANI, mil nn."i)- plaintiff seek divorce. Brsdfnrd Pastors taking part during the compensation payment 'during the First
"'ho.. rtsidenc and ad- MaTSh 31. 1941, "In the wherein above'[ FOIIII COI'VTr., FLOItll IN County Telegraph shall pnhllsri this ek will be the Rev. L. I). the week were $87,1.17, and were Presbyterian Church will be "Ids I i
nown.quired. named court and cause Order In next four weekly Isines. '
.'@ to plaintiff seeks dlvore Bradford Paul(11 Bryan\CEHV.Patterson, Witness my hand and official tines, J. W. Kaufman J. T. Qulg- made to 8,760 prriton These fig. Day of Triumph". The human

1947, in the appear aoov on* County Telegraph shall Publish I thisOrder i Piaintiff' I sal at Stark., Florida this March f, S. W. Creasey L. A. Rhcp- ures do not include allowances mind and heart desire appreciation. .
'.nil l In next four weekly Issues. .... DIVORCE 4, 147. Even Jesus i I
rj cause wherein responded to
\" illvorra and re.tornaiiinn Witness m" hand and official. Ruth Wilbur Patterson, I (OFFICIAL PEAL!: ) A. J. Thomas, rd. C. D. North and W. J. paid> to unemployed' veterans from the voluntary expression 'of the ; r r'I name. Bradford seal at tarke. Flurlda. this Feb.ruary Defendant. A* Clerk of said Court.T. turch well. federal funds which are tabulated I
I-llraph shall publish tide U. 1947.OFFICIAL NOTIfR] TO APPEAR AND Frank Landrum, Btark, :Fla. monthly on a statewide bast At .'* praise. He rode In Joy "
">t J. Tbomae.Ae
weekly Issues. ( SEAL) A. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt Plf. 8-T Atty. for and triumph In that vast ,
hand Court the last count 20.ROO/ veterans parade.
nu"y and official Clerk of by affidavit that ecent Birth
;jrk; Florida this Fb- T. Frank Landrum, St.rke. Fl. appearing : lie alone knew he was riding to- 0i
; ,
: a-28 4t '-" said cause. Paul Bryan paU..onr'p !I'J 0 T f CE drew a total of 1.307442 durIng r J
,. sEAL) A. J. Thomas. Atty. for Plf. : Ruth Wilbur Patterson Patterson Is die where Plaintiff TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 'CttNADKTTE SOTO February. Payments to non-vet- i ward 11.1. doom, ;yet he faced bin I '.
f "aid' Court. 'IIU't'IT corT BRADFORD Bryan I Ie to certify that I h..eflied I death with joy and calm. '
1:01: theDefendant. This the state for ,
Wilbur' patterson rans throughout \
< and Ruth Mr. and Mrs. William Roto
.- Conner.. D. C. ,comfy. M.OM10AI IX CHAJI-: rfroult u't of my Final "Accounting with the U I
the '
lrum, Stark*, :FIs.4t Bradford County In Florida, In Chancery County :Judge of Bradford County, Tuscon. Arizona are announc- the week reflected: an Increasever I Join us Sunday morning a* we ", t .
a-h 1-11 v.. 'William' T.Connellee. .C"D' "n"JlnnBB and In which divorce cause. the that Plaintiff Ruth- of Florida April and A. D will 1947.on mk the appli.6th lay..- I the birth of a daughter nam- the previous week when 84. 'acknowledge Him aa the only Kingworthy l. "

Ir COtBT, BRADFORD No. Wilbur la seeking Patt.rson.a t be Defendant tlon to the said County Judge for Bernadette Maria on March 7 20,50 was paM.CompensaUon. our praise and service. ,
FLoni).t, IN. CHAN.P'ttlbone OF p"fa"c-J? therein. named. Is a non-resident of Final Discharge a* Administrator Tucon. Mrs. Soto I I. the for- to non-veterans I.paid U Special: music at all service) '
Of Emma T. Smith.
AND last nt the Estat
Brasler Plain. I, R3sRJls to: WII- i, the known stats residence of. Florida la and 451 whose Caynta, d.ce..ed. ir Mis Ellen Mersereau of only to those who have Sunday!! School will precede themorning 1 ,

'nry No J IUS., Bra.I.r' De""" reVldenc and address last I Ie No.known 65 Avenue, Waverly, Tloga County 3-38 4t 3-31 WV p. Smith, Ad..r.Chairman. .. irk*. earned credit In covered employment service at 9:45: '! .

who are regIstered a* avatl- Young people are Invited to attend i j';;: ;
S. 2-o and Mrs. Robert Rad- able for suitable work and whore the Westminster Fellowship I

M.. Navy tenant at the home unemployed through no fault '
pa.5. ...r ;...>..- 1IO wait uwra pi -C.: 'H. uworthy'and! of the Ewell Lawions announce at their own. Veterans may draw from 6:30: to 7:30: p. m. "

'.- --:_ right hand corner bore the like.ns Starke July 12. 1868. daughter of Ouy Andrew, Troop 70 committecmen. the birth of a daughter on March $25 a week up to 02 weeks, de- We urge everyone to attend the f' .I .
A. H. Freeman of Preslilent McKinley the fate Samuel and Cornelia In Jack- church of his choice and also to J' .
It,. and R. B. Jennings. 13 at the Navy hospital pendent> upon length of service,
whereas today's card stamp Perry. She wa marriedto attend the community service of 1 I
Dowers E. and O. 8. onville.
'11 nf Hampton T. Shull while unemployed and availableor 1
Censor .'- IL FreeD. feature Jefferson. On the old the late Albert Allen She had Panlon. Week. .
T. Newcomb Scoutmaatera of the work. ,
I \ I
Canter Sober King. mel there was an additional em- been In Ul hearth for the put I -J. W. Kaufman. Pator. "
and Starke and
Troop for 1
'fltldIeton Hampton Boy Scout News Employers may place ;
I American -I
I. the only one bnlllshment picturing the and tier death yesterday culminated ,
year the Starke Cub Pack respectively worker and job applicant. may ;
croup .
"' cussing tl living. eagle in the left hand cor I a lengthy Illness. and Lucian Conner institutional Fourteen Starke scouts were apply for assistance! In locating ServicoAward 'l {

; lety Dr. Mlddleron the hey-day stated of ner. : She l I. survived by a Mr.son.. C.Jesse H. representative from the Stark present at the Troop 70( meeting I I jobs at the Armory any Thurs

hen : and Al'en and a daughter.'( held at the which time J. H. Pupre, of the i!
he tint came to Brad- Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Well* both of Starke: by a Rotary Club were present.So .Monday night Legion day morning at a manager

'"ity there were seven Mr. and Mr. T. F, Hutto and Falrcloth.Henry' of SL Au- far only one committeeman Halt During the session. the 'representative from the Employment Blandlng/ District for the Florida -' i

Practicing in- Btark: children. Frank! and \onnle. all brother. Perry slater. Mrs. has been selected. H. Is T. K. ,boy. divided Into three group to Service will be available. Power 4 Light Co.. recently received '. I
I and a
"". Scott, Win. Stewart. ''of Jacksonville, were weekend rustlne! ; by' of Starke. De McClan, Jr.. and will b. the com- Study. Tenderfoot requirement, Order for' worker may be telephoned a pin In commemoration ,

'. Berry, and Jones. In ad-' guest of Mrs. Well,,' and Mr. Charlie C. Jones Norton.la la charge Clf arrangements. I mltteeman in charge of leadership Morse cod*. and tint aid. to thy local office the of 20 years of service with the EA i y itf

te these there were four In to'* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hut-I Witt I training- -T. B. Harding. Jr.. Scribe. number I 1273 OaUiesvllle.\ company. If

Butler (then 'a part of Hutto.. \ ,i .

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,Colonel Bradford i


r c1. Bradford i ,
I read with much Interest the article In last week's paper about

for dogs and the requirements that all be
city license (dog
neW Official County Publication Kstabtlahed In 1877
dated It Is fitting and proper that a law of that kind be paused -

if I remember 'correctly, a similar one has been passed every .. .
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I moved to Starke. I hope this time that the City really VOLL'MN SIXTY-NIN etT luur.. F .oRm FltlO.VV, "AlKCI1 28. 11).7 NTMIJEIl TWKNTV-TI1BEK: I
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n8 business, and will ,follow through. I agree with the authorities - ,I -- ---" -0-

nothing Is more of a nuisance than a stray dog, that Is whyo 'Eoti;; -- .

of las who love'our dogs make every effort to keep them In Rotary, Endorses County Tax Books Lions Club Johns Wainwright, County Prepares ,,1

fovr place.: I believe I can ,afford a dollar for a dog tag, but what I Close' April 1st, Green To Speak At

wondering about Ia when I ,will feel like walking the 28 miles I; Move To Obtain Public RemindedCounty To Get CharterAt Farm Bureau TonightA 3 Special ,Acts

lainesvllla to have my,dog Inoculated. I've been here for four

,i .nd
ictf or a person' with some authority baa thought enough of the i Medical College Knight thin. week Ismird. a final April MeetingStarke tho Farm Ilumiu meeting In the For Legislature
the people to tell them If there Is a veterinarian In town, I warning to procrastInating tax.'ayers. oourthnima tonight; (Friday) at (

If or there Isn't, then try to bring one here for a day and give the i, If action taken here Wednesdayby 4'The tax books for 1948 joined the more than OJ 1:ISO o'clock, when State SenatorCharley Advertisement of three special
April "and
10 like me, who have a dog and no car a chance to keep withinlaW. the Starke Rotary Club is any 6.000 communities boasting Lions lets, sponsored by the Bradford
that date, the law live N. D..Inwrlxht, Jr., and I
'Indication a Club Tuesday night when I). A
of sentiment throughout County Board of County Commlsronom -
penalty to all ex-CongrrsHnian/ R. A. (Lax:)
the,state, the Florida Legislature delinquent taxes Monteith was elected charter president In published In this l issue
too but We
We love our dogs we are poor people. want to I who has nut Green will he on hand ttt dl....
urge everjono the
dogs just the lame as the people who ride around In cars. will have a clear mandate 'to paid his taxes to do at organization meeting clues matter of interest to farmer cf the Telegraph and gives due
i our HO at one* held in the offices of the Campbell feotice of the
,Appropriate funds for the establishment Board'* Intention to
not provide us with an even chance for keeping them as wellor In May property on which IBIS *) and the puMIc' at target It
r Accounting Service Walnut ,
on ask
of a medical school in Introduction, at the next
having them killed T After all, if it Is.for 'the Interest of Florida.In tax.* remain unpaid will be ad- street. I..* expected that thn Bradford of the State Legislature,session of-:' I

then let it be for the real Interest and give US a chance to *ertlNnd. for sale and Hold on More leglnlator Will touch on "lHaiir I
ie, than a score of l local business 1.
a resolution, unanimously adopted May 31 from the courthouse to pome before. the'next session. An act empowering the
our dogs at Its Wednesday Juncheonmeetlnl' and professional man Joinedthe Commissioner to levy a special
'. Dog Lover. the Club recognized the organization and took. part In AU nure-Mi member" are urged tax of not mom than one mill

\ Bradford, take pleasure In Informing his, lady corresvndeot need for a medical! college and, in naming/ the officers to guIde the to attend, and the general annually for the honpltallcaUon I
CoU effect, said: "Let's have one, even club during Its formative month. I Intltod. of county indigents
public cordially
'Stark boasts three capable men who are ready I
if the cost Is great. Expense cannot Inoculations Regular meetings of the vlvb are I. An act authorizing the
d willing! to "shoot" dog with a needle rather than a shotgun. be considered when the future Dog planned for every Monday evening Board to .deed and convey not

try are T. N. Kendrick, who live on South Orange St., Nelson lot the medIcal profession in Florida at 6:45: o'clock, President' Mon- excising SQ aoree of land to

PMO, who lives between Starke and Lawtey. but who may bentacfad ,Is threatened because our Available Here telth named. Harley Strong and City Tax Sale th e Florida State Marketing
Dr. J. Mack A. B, Baker to work with him In t
through< Oreen'a Storej and P. a graduate young men cannot enter over- Hoard to bot IIMM! for purpoaMI

!terlnarlan. who lives on Thomas Street, at of the Reno base- crowded out-of-state medical colleges finding! a permanent meeting I of a FarniereMarkiut. i

II I Park. and we have none of our Ample! opportunity for local dJ>g place. Set For SaturdayCity 3. An art giving; 'iht osunds- .
own." I[owners to have their pets inoculated Earl M. Campbell wa,. named j Hlnncr* the *
Colonel has enjoyed a tice were long and well known to power to dlspoiw
he old 1 Adoption of the resolution followed -, locally, without the la- secretary while K. O. Duncan was all conflxratnl alroholle

ant half hour every Saturday the neighbors. Anna was a rag- a general discussion by Dr. convenience of going out of town, selected as treasurer. The three Clerk Carl Johns calls at- Chicle, appllanrm bev..raJf4lll *
this winter upon tubing in time pianist of considerable ability [vice-presidents L. A. Canova tention of the any.
t IM. B. Herlong/ of Issues slated to seemed in prospect this week with are public to the fact other prohibited mattera

favorite radio star, Judy Can- but as the years proceeded 'Come before the next session of the announcement that at least H. B, Tucker and F. C. ltolllnrs-- that tax sales will be held at the are now on hand or hereafter that'

There is a satirical under- It; was Judy's talent that attracted the Legislature, which convenes in three qualified men will be vail- worth. A. B. Baker was voted City Hall Saturday, March 21) at 1m ronrim-atetl.. !

mt In Judy'a songs and skits. the limelight. April. able! for this service. Lion Tamer while Harley Strong 12 noon. for the purpose of sellingat

li Is unlike anything found on Unless the old Colonel's mem- wnq glvpn the honor or being named public auction properties within In regard to the first bill, county
"Wo of few states Nelson T. Green, who does
are one a most
air waves today. Even If itnt ory fails, the Canova troupe firstcame very Tall Twister. the city on which 1913 and officials estimate that a one mill
of the
: for the fact that the Col- Into Florida popularity with having' no medical co'lege'! Dr. hog vaccinating in this T Frank Landrum antI Carl IOU taxes have not been paid In i icompliance levy will bring about $3,000 annually t
said. "At the county, may be contacted I
Hevlong present at his into this special fund. Theactl..n
other Telegraphirs the advent of radio broadcasting with law
(land many Johns were named directors I to those prop-
home between Starke I
time all the
) "knew her when", I am from station WJAX. From there, colleges over country Lawtey, serve until June SO, 10! 'IS, while ertles hAve been advertised In the by the commissioners waDtak..n
( crowded that of on Route 200, or I
are so none messages bi at the
would ,tin by dint of hard work the route may for four request of representatives
i sure that ,Judy left for R L. BIgga, and J. TJ. Wilnwrlijn Telegraph weeks with the
them take from at Green's Store. '
can young men Mr of the State Welfare
im one of my favorite com- led eventually to NBC and the were named dirpctorn to .>rvo until final Insertion bring In this Issue. Board
outside of their Floridians Green will alao "set
own state. up shop" behind who appeared at the last meet
of the wireless. Paul Whiteman show, and toJudy'e June 3l 1947 The clerk states
ones the courthouse O, tho end of the that the 194S
who want
ti' medicine
study Satur- ling It
every was pointed out that'a
we know she Isn'tI attaining plaudits of criticsin fiscal tax roll 100
course day afternoon and present Lions year.By ; WAS paid up percent
find themselves
or dentistry dog owners (Certain amount charity hospital
I stretch a a Broadway musical "Calling with all auctioned
billy-unless you unable to enter schools that are may bring their pets to him there unanimous vote of tho dub, properties In Iratlon must be carried on, and at
"sandhill All Stars". Then, finally, Holly-
and make her a the 1943: sale bringing the amountof
partially or wholly supported by T. N. Kendrick, also an experienced April 28 was selected! ns Charter the present time funds. for this
", because Judy is a native wood, and a network program taxes advertised. He expects '
state funds In other states." He vaccinator, will handle vumose are inadeauate. One orficlal .
Night and President Muntelt -
Bradford County flat woods which Is Judy's, own. that all properties.) will also be ---
told of aeveial young students dog inoculations at hid home on J stated that' for, the past l''
e hllU are conspicuous by By virtue of her' talent, a.ma I named A. B. lInker a* r.ha..manfor readily sold tomorrow unless redeemed
who had requested him to ease his Orange Street. saveral year*, a fOOOO Item' has
absence. But'why quibble desire to make something of .)t,I that affair. Other chairmen by the owner before noon. .,.,
(Influence In trying to get them Dr. J. P. Mack, a graduate veterinarian -: been placed i In the budget. for the
non-essentials. The fact re- Judy has accomplished a great: E. I.. Mr. Johns also remind property .
appointed were Utggs Membership I
''into out.otatate schools, but In who live,* on Thomas parpoee of some badly neededrenovating
that with her forthright de.t deal. Along/ with James Melton owner that ,the 194S tax roll
i Instance he told that chairman J. 11. Wain; and I'
every was Street east of the Reno Bal ; redecorating in
of down-to-earth ', I and Frances Langford, sh.Ia'7a: close March 31, and all delinquent
'Wise- the school got state aid and park, will be ready to handle.Inoculations i wright, finance chairman, and T properties will be advertised the courthouse, but every year'this
her role member of trio representing I
as a subtly a
'therefore had to give preference at his borne after April : Frank Landrum, chairman of the ,tmoutt ha had, to be :.i.dfor
for1 thereafter
ing !lass who also sings in a Florida's major contribution to ,Immediately
'to Its own young men. 15. constitution and by-laws cottmli ( neyjtKwpitallcatkM ofThdigest I
amazing, manner, her fan theatrical tardonv:. While not I
placed her) In,the catagory of vne to go overboard' In, such in&t.i Dr. Herlong stated that it would All three men will charge: the tee. % 63 'Yets 23 Women and other similar pur'pquesceni.'the 1
be from eight to.. ten before standard { of 11. I c" C 'Den .Herder uf Jackson courthouse> l* still 'ita4itt4I. "
years PI
Hy entartauunent. She can tarp;, the"'Colonel<< derive* ,a certain f & '
u eeanvauVet\.wIact'sery aJBouufoKatlRfactlon: In the d> Fipr1dV?1IsS4SC&I school could .:\ToUo3irtt( : meeting of March vllle, %**tpt clai lefrewintntlve o l Listets'Availabl: ,'' UI 4M1tagyF, ." nW''- .
,tuna, aVrt> first graduate, even the International 's'f. Tfl. a c.&nd act-VlU$ remsdy a t
abou'f "eettain type of fact that Jtful young lady, hill billy I 18, the City Council announcedthat Awociatloa; For Jobs"In CountyBradford I
Uc soprano, ,.,IU14' gives nil!! \ot-.JaaJLtt- > from' tbJ*. city of .Of construction1* In started In the after May 1 all dogs within I LIons Clubs opened the< meeting 'technical: flaw that,occurred about f

upeclal'treat, upon? occasions Starke.; i -.'* I ju4 near future "By that time, Flor- the city must bear a license tag. and presented O. O.Villln, 1"1.,1-, : I County has' a .current, 'ten years ago wh lthe Board

i all, Judy Is a versatile en. Of ton wonder oth* faithful ida with Its rapidly growing popIltllatlon The license fee was set at $1, and dent of the Jacksonville-Spring. available labor supply of 99, Including purchased land for the; State
{ will be in drastic need of field Lions who told of the Farmers Market and deeded It to
Iner, a great star, and Call owners must present a certificate actlvltles 63 .veterans and 26 wom I .
t can take a deserved amount readers of the dally i press areas doctors and dentists. Time takesa oft t inoculation for their dogs before of his club. The meeting en. These, figure were released the State Marketing D aid. At

iJe In the fact that ahe'a of fed up aa I with the marital : heavy, toll in any profession in licenses will be Issued. :was closed by the president, wh.) here today by Mrs. Helen Rodman, that time, the fact was overlookedthat

y first recollection'of Judy Barbara Woolworth Hutton. Miss A guest at this meeting was license as soon as a supply ol do much to make Starko a better of the Florida Stat' Employment|County Commissioners from transferring -

ii Etta, then) Is of a little Hutton, who seem- perfectly Dr R. P. Stubblns, Starke den- tags arrives, possibly some time place In which to live; that the Service. Employers are urged to ( property without special ,

with straight bobbed hair, ling to trade a part of her wll-I diet, 'who commented on the fact next week. club would cooperate with all! list their job opening with the 'legislative/ that act. This bill would'I

sang for her playmates at lions for the doubtful privilege that under present conditions existing organizations in All Employment' Service for the dual iremedy error.
C. A.
Mayor Darby has -
birthday parties. The Can"tome bearing an unending succession of I IFlorlda Is being flooded with den- that announced worth-while activities when called I purpose of tillIng their own needs The third bill would permit the
stray dogs picked after
was at the''comer of''meaningless titles, recently announced lUsts and doctors from other up upon. and helping t<> maintain the 'County to dispose of some 125 to I
May 1, and not license
.it and Jackson. Even yet ifear I her marriage; to Prince,tates rather than producing Its tag, will be killed.bearing a : economY. of thn community.- I ISO: cases of bonded whiskey that

< the chording of a piano laror Troubelskov. Well, it's Bar own. He stated that 150 -Graduate Job applicants Includn professional teal been confiscated over a period I

ho metallic melody of a xylo- bara's' millions, -but if her previous -i \.dentists will take the Florida Holy Week Marked and managerial/ 6, clerical I of time by the sheriff office and I t

that"regularly resounded experiences with penniless ."Brmrd at the next examination. Scout Fund Drive and sales 12, service 18, skilled 23, ntorecl in the courthouso. At the

the windows of the residence, princes any criterion, I fear that i ,Thus, young Floridians are largely Will Be TopicAt acml-iklllfid. 20, unskilled 7, and |pr sont time the law permits the

li-dy, her sister Anna the some linotype operator with aj I,''being denied the great opportunl Bv Noon Services agricultural 13. !bounty to dispose of :"shine" by '

and their mother were early sense of humor could hardly be*. 'ties offered by the future of den- Legion Meeting "An unemployed worker U an pouring It Into sewers, but a court f
't ted in music and show bust- blamed for reporting her marriage I|/Itrlstry! and medicine In Florida, economic loss to the communitysince

The family' hours of prac- to Prince Igor Twobltsky. Dr. Stubbins stated. Boy Scout officials of the New- Noon-day Holy Week s..rvlcl'lIwl1l ] he cannot spend money for order Is necessary for any disposition ,
I Suwannee District
Also a guest; was Dan W. D'Al-I attempted to be held in the First Metho- the things he needii," Mrs. Rod of bonded whiskey. At an

Clerk for the crank up the stalled Boy Scout. dist Church starting Monday and ''average estimated sMe' of '
ipmberte. Supply man said. "In the same way an price
: As Well; More Plentiful Fund Drive here last Tuesday
As Disease
Itofs, Board of Commissioners of State I continuing through Friday. The unfilled job I I..* an economic loon '$SO per case, Bradford' present

1908 Ancient Postcard Indicates .institution He told of an instance night when they .met with the dally!! 30-mlnute service will beginat to the community nine It Is (hoard should net the at
American Legion in the Legion county
12 05! and will feature Easter
where a young student applied -, : neither paying wages to a worker
Hall at 8 o'clock.Legionnaires least $7,800 which would be
""c rrom the past came tolhla for ,entrmce In an out-of- music as well as a brief talk bya I nor contributing to the production pIneccl -

week with the unearthf Bradford County): Dm. Anthony, "tate medical college and was told who agreed to different local pastor each day. of needed goods. Both losses maybe In the fine and forfeiture fund.

a yellowed government i Tomlinson. King and Maine; one 'he might b- able to get in In sponsor, the push for fund* in On Good Friday, April 4, there' prevented If unemployed workers It Is proposed to dispose of the

card at Lawtey. Dr. Brown: and one at will be a special three-hour service In touch with
bearing the postmarkrke 1956. Bradford, heard District Chair are quickly put liquor through sale to "charitableinatitutons" :

Fta". March 25. 1908. Hampton, Dr. Corbett I In the round table discussion' man R. P. True and District Finance divided Into 30-mlnute per. unfilled jobs." I $ or by sale to licensed
ring the signature of A. H. The comparatively large numberof I .da, based on the seven last say
that followed, A.. J. Thomas, clerk Unemployment compensation
Chairman John R. Slade of Dealers outside of Bradford
'an. doctors practicing in the countyin Ings from the crow Persons attending I
well-known I
one-time of the circuit court stated that payments amounting to 130 were ,
6 M. D., the card was a those days (almost three timesas I Florida should by all means have, Lake City, lay the card on the may enter or leave the made In Bradford County to two County. I ,

1 the long-defunct Bradford the fact that because of poor cost". Hi expressed belief that money la vital to the continued The services are inter-dnnomlita- February 28. Those recipientswere Presbyterian ChurchThe
Y Medical transportation (horse and buggy) tlonal, and the public I Is invited' .
Society, to be '.ways of financing its construction Scouting program In this district classified aa service workrs.
a April 2, 1908. and bad roads, a doctor could, visit 'and maintenance could be fund is to attend. "' Statewide unemployment subject of the Palm Sunday
'thirds of the only a fraction of the number of 10\lnd'l The mainly used to paya service at 11 o'clock lit the First
Pastors taking during the
correspond- without undue hardship full time, trained Scout part compensation payment 'duringthe
: be In a execu- i .
de of the patients that ..can seen Presbyterian Church will be 11111
card was printed state'a finances. who week will be the Rev. L. D. week were $87,157, and were
tive give technical knowledge
we names of Society of- day under present conditions. and assistance/ to unit and Haines, J W. Kaufman. J. T Qulg-; made to 0,760 persons These fig. Day of Triumph". The human

the schedule of 1908 meet- Then, too, there was just naturally work and Icy S. W, Crrasey. 1. A. Shep ures do not Include allowances mind and heart desires appreciation. ;
Funeral Today Interest
"fftcers'( of the Florida State more sickness In those days county keeps herd C. B. North, and W. J. pair> to unemployed veterans from! Even Jesus responded to j'
before modern method of sanitation Allen i In Scouting at a peak In order the vnljntary expression 'of thotpOople'lI
Association For Mrs. Churchwell.
; ,and the had into general use, to> reach as many boys a. poe.slble. ederal funds which are tabulated ,
'goo come : praise. He rode In joy
basis. At
Medical A.sociaUon.omalnlng monthly on a statewide
third of the card ;:Tamalaria and typhoid, fevcr Funeral service for Mrs. Nellie ecent Births the last count 20.ROO/ veterans : and triumph In that vast parade. ,
eel resident of County C mniltt.. Met He alone knew he
by the secretary to out- were prevalent.That Allen. 78. a drew a total of Sl.307,442 durIng was riding to- "

program for the next. M. n.'. In those d..ys wore Bradford County, will be held this Monday, March 17, the Bradford BERN.\DETTE SOTO February. Payments to non-vet- ward his doom, yet he faced bin I

g. greatly concerned with the subject afternoon, Friday, at 3 o'clock In County Boy Scouts of America Mr. and Mrs\ William L. Boto, cram throughout the state for "death with joy and calm.. '
I ethics Is shown in Ihe we- Lake Baptist Church. committee met at the USO
of Kingsley adult '
"voice from the past" was the of Tuscon, Arizona, are announcing -, he week reflected Increase' Join us Sunday morning a. we t tacknowl..dge
teel to Dr. W. E. Middleton retary's' program outline which. Burial will be In the Church ceme- to plan the organization and discus the birth of a daughter, named -. over the previous. week when $54,- Him as the only King I
featured a report of the commit The Rev,' W. E. Hall pastor selection a six-man committee -
Y tery. of ,
by F, A. Scott, who came Bernadette Maria, on Msrch 7 20 90 was paid.Compensation. worthy our praise and service
tee on ethics, and also a discussion of Pine Level Baptist Church, whose function would be '
In to non-veteran I.paid Special music at all service
5 some belongs In Tucon. Mr. SaM I I. the former
papers / the subject "How treat Mrs. Allen was a member In I
of of which to assist maintaining scouting
to those who have
father, the late Dr. Brown. Miss Ellen Mersereau of only Sunday School will precede the,
Scott Officers of the So- the unethical man" by Dr. of the will officiate. in the county. Starke. arncd! credits) In covered employment morning service, at 9:4ft. ,

Were listed The yellow post card Mrs. Allen died yesterday T. A. Rowand, III, Scout field ,, who are registered aa available '
as followU -: of Young people are invited to attend .I I
1dPnt-A same size: color: and stock Thursday, at her home eat of executive from Live Oak T. H. a. 2-0 and Mrs Robert Rad- for suitable work and who j .

1'.ld Scott Starke. present day cards. differed In that Starke. where she resided for the Oaborne, New-Suwannee District cliffe. Navy tenants at the home ars unemployed through no fault the Wistmlnster Fellowshipfrom \

IIt-\V. E. MIddle- the printed stamp In the upper past 35 year She was born In Chairman, C. H. Nasworthy and lot the EweS Lawions, announcethe lof r their own. Veterans may draw 6:30: to 7:30: p. m. I '

Y..T"oKer, right hand corner bore the liken Starke July 12. 1868. daughter of Guy Andrews. Troop 70 committeemen birth of a daughter on March\. i $25: a week up to 52 weeks dependent We urge everyone to attend the j ,

e. aA. II. Freeman I' """ of President McKinley. the late Samuel and Cornelia : and R. B. Jennings, 16 at the Navy hospital In Jack- upon length of service church of his choice, and also to ii
of !whereas today's card tamP i Bowers Perry. She was married Hampton, K. T. Shull, and G. S. sonville. 'while unemployed and available attend the community services of ,: '
Cetaso,,,. On the old She had Passion Week. .
?. D. -* *ji *T S WOnnter -I features Jefferson. i to the late Albert Allen. Ffcwcomb, Scoutmasters! of the for work. J

*", I I. American I culminated -
the the yesterday
only one picturing and her death
Kroup Hlshment. year the Stark. Cub Pack respectively orkers, and job eppJlcants may ,
.: till living ,eagle, In the left hand cor a lengthy Illness. and Lucian Conner, institutional Fourteen Stark scouts were apply for assistance In locating Service Award } ;'
cussing the of a on, C. H
'tty'! Dr. hey-day ner. She I I. survived by representative from the Starke present at the Troop 70 meeting jobs. at the Armory any Thursday

hen he Middlefon stated MrTlZ;:;;: : C. Well and Afen. and a daughter: Mrs Jesse Rotary Club, were present ,Monday night held at the Legion morning, at which time a 3. II. Dupre. manager of the : !>
tint and Starke by a
came to Brad- Mr. andchildren. Falrcloth, both of ; M all. During the session. the representative from the Employment Standing District for the Florida !j
T. F. Hutto So far only one committeeman '
there and Mrs. of St. Augustine
Bounty I Practicing were seven" Mr. Frankle and Vonnle., al1 brother. Henry Perry sister, Mra has been selected. He" T. K. ,boy divided Into three group to Service will be available Power & Light Co., recently received 'l

UI'. Scott, in Stark: i Jacksonville, were weekend ; and by a of Stark. De McClane, Jr., and will be the com- study Tenderfoot requirements, Orders for worker may be telephoned a pin In commemoration ''
*. Stewart, of Charlie Norton, and first aid. to the local the of 20 of service with the //p
; 2erry I and ),fr. Hut- mitteemaa In charge of leadership Morse code office years
Wells" of j
*ntl J ne.. In ad- guest of Mrs. Witt C. Jones 1* In charge: arrangement
10 S. -T. B. Harding. Jr.. Scribe. number 1278 Gainesville.
these and Mrs.. U training. I I : company. (
V ,
| there were' four In to', parents. *. C
BuUer I ,I I,
(then 'a, part ot. Hutto.'

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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH TOO LATE Uncle Remus Film tho girl stabbed her mother to might mean their that

Established 1317 "0 CLASSIFY Will Open Sunday One \Woman'sOpinion death as she slept. That Is whyI If you will read this very srtJcJt Ute It.i J

At Park Theatre say a lot of people will think will know why I I
',I E. L. Matthews ______________ Editor and Owner Lost week in Polk County a this doesn't concern.them. But It thi. to your attention wanted "Song of the South Walt Dls.ney'
group of grim and determined taxpayers does. It can happen to anyone.At Remember that you 1
first live-action musical
N Pvbllfttod Weekly on Frl..aya and Entered lOa Second ClaM Matter put their heads togetherand drama the January meeting of thet'TA too long and that Jm, can ,
whose is
l I
it at the Post Office at Starke, Florida.' decided to do something about popularity today ROM it was agreed to get a dancing person goes to a blC&ut! ?
sweeping the nation, will show, InI fly psychiatry
taxes. I instructor for the students, not mean that he Is
Starke for.the first time next Sunday i0u.j
responsible for the because at the children mind. A *
Largely gathering some ages psychiatrist ,
i Is
Monday and Tuesday at the
It natural that all of
is only un
was the editorial pen of a Park Theatre are embarrassed at not know- a doctor as the family phv.rbut
MEMBER j 1947 country editor-Loyal Frisbee, of The technicolor extravaganza think about the welfare of our Ing! how to dance at the Friday he helps us In a way tW
i iI the Polk Demorcrat, who and strive Yet this family doctor
: County Includes such hit songs as "Zip- children, we every.day night get-togethers. very cannot lie
pointed out in the columns of his A-Dee-Doo-Dah", "Uncle Remus to keep them In good'health' and thing can be. among us and we health Is Just aa Important;:

paper that while everyone went Said," "Song of the South," and give them the very:best that we never once think of having a psychiatrist physical health. You have
around griping and talking about "Sooner or Later." Included in often ourselves in talk to each boy or girl to read the crime news |in )
I taxes nobody did anything about the "live" talent tho can and see If some of them might dally newspaper to realizesAt'i's
j THERE CAN BE It. doing so. Lot.s.f folks, when
United States is animated (cartoon) tales of Uncle ----- -"-
To say that the government of the they read what I am going to say,
Calling attention to thu fact that
Remun, from Joel Chandler Harris'
making some of the gravest decisions in its history in the another legislative session was about famous stories about D'rer will think, "Oh well, that doesn't
' field of foreign policy, Is to repeat the obvious. The Presl.dent's to convene he urged that the Rabbit and B'rer Fox that have apply to me or my child at all."

speech of March 12 was simply.one morq momentous people of his community and county entertained Americans for many Hut that Is where they' are wrong. ,
J'f ;I step along a road whose end no one can foresee Mr. Truman take the lead in voicing the decades. This can apply to anyone-even

put into somber words a set of principles which} fueling. of the people themselves Today (F'rlday) and tomorrow a I to the most unsuspecting.
whether one likes them or not, are clear, basic and unequivocal. on.the question of mounting taxes double feature, edlam," with Recently in the "Woman's Home
There will be changes -details-as.. for instance, in and acquaint the legislature with Boris Karloff and "Tonto Basin Companion" there was an article SI>E(141
t how much money will be appropriated for the aid of Greece, their ideas as to what should be Outlaws," a thrill-packed western, called, "Catch :Me Before I Kill",
and another In Reader's Digest
certain that after done about It. occupy the Park screen.
'i Turkey or other nations' But seems
about the treatment of juvenile
As a result, a representative NextVednesday and Thursdaythe !
'I; the tumult and the shouting die, the broad principles] will delinquents. Either or both ofthen
of farmers, merchants Park features particularlygood
' group growers
It is worth'noting that Senator Vandenberg, the beneficial ( 1tAREi111IS''
remain. .cattlemen and businms double bill "Bowery To I would make mighty
principal] Republican congressional] authority on foreign affairs leaders met In Bartow on March Broadway" with lovely Marla I reading for anyone-and; especially -

, a approved the President's declaration.It 17 and formed the Florida Betterment Montez and Turhan Bey, and, Sam I parents. I want to talk &
is plain that we are gradually assuming: the position Association. Passed at Goldwyn'a "Splendor." with Miriam I''about that one in the Companion.It -' .

I in, th? world which was 'once held by Great Britain. England this first meeting was a resolution Hopkins and Joel McCrea. was about children and who it cited kill- STORE GROCERY
' the first and rich and calling upon the people, not onlyof without knowing why,
j emerged from war strong regained solution to the tax problem. Up I several\ authentic cases on
Bartow and Polk but
her\ traditional role as a world power on..which the. to the this organization n'o explainhow Last Store
of the State as a whole, to form present record. It went 600. E._ 10th, St._ E. Call Si
!. nun never set. A victorious and proud France was her main and hap" been very much opposed to most of these could have .
ally in Europe. The end of the second war saw an incredible] I similar thoughtful: groups consideration really to their give the sales or transaction and It been avoided if only parents would Friday & Saturday! March '28 29

change. England Is weak and hungry, relying on American business of government.. would be interesting: to ace what notice when. the child's disposition
', ijftllar) fpr her subsistence, and the greatest Empire 'the] Expressing. themselves as In full they will recommend as the answer changed. The majority' of them:

p > modern world has known is in the weary process of.disinter- accord with'a tax suggestion advanced to our present outmoded sys started out as Intelligent children Any Cut Luzianne
little is left of the old France. tem. with high grades In school, onlyto
- f gration.. And by the Florida Press Association RED LABEL
u As a result, there are just iwo( vast forces In to<1aY'f! in Its recommendations AM taxpayers belatedly concern of become slow and sullen.far as One to
: themselves with the matter mother even went so STEAK49c
world is the United States and the other is Soviet Rus presented at the Governor's press
tx -one mounting taxes, the government,make an appointment with a'par.r. -
conference in Orlando last November COFFEE42clb.
sia. Mr. Truman did not speak the word Russia, but no one has laid well Its foundations for
who heard his voice or read his words could doubt what was they expressed favor for the additional revenue. The Governor'
complete modernization of the
in his mind and the minds of Congress.; Greece Js of little methods of taxing property, namely has bluntly advised that we will Williamson Ik'
importance in herself' and few Americans can admire the : need millions more for schools,

present: Greek government. But Greece is a buttress between "In place of the present ad, health, welfare and other esst'n.1' Electric Service .

Turkey and the Soviet Union-and Turkey controlsthe valorem levy on real estate based Hal governmental activities and, --II Baby Lima
Dardanelles. As Time has put it, "If Turkey and the theoretically on an assessment of budget demands of practically I Electrical] Repairsand Gallon BucketsBEANS

t.p Dardanelles wtnt, the. whole Middle] East might slide into 100 per cent of its market value, evozstate department have been Pure Sugar CareSYRUP
Increased As it stands
(which goal is not and cannot be sharply House Wiring
the Russian orbit. And that would be an ominous victoryfor ,
nobody objects to a tax on .
now I
the forces behind the Iron Curtain. achieved even by conscientious
OTHER fellow, but howl ESTIMATES
the they FREE
asHeasors) we recommend that all
; It is apparently: the view of Mr. Truman and his advisors about any tax that hits themsel- I] .
Florida real estate be taxed exclusively I
lI that the time for firmness can no longer postponed VCD. A sales or transaction tax is I
on the grow Income Temple & Lake Service Sta.
-and if this involves great, calculated risks, that is a chance which it produces, (this. principle designed to hit everybody Including 2 Ibs. 33c
''t we must take. To lose the peace could be as ultimately ruin was advocated by the National the OTHER fellow and It may I Phone 179 Starke, Fla 1.69

'tekp, I' ous a? if we had lost the war itself. To carry out this firm Real Estate Tax Conference In happen to us at this session. | .I

policy, the.. State Department. has been measurably. strength Washington, D. C., April 25-26: I Real Fresh
' I II n I
erred, : 1940.) Pound Pk ,
'' t (E Secretary ?Marshall enjoys an almost ]lengendary reputa i They point out that the owner EARN While You LEARN to FLY CountryEGGS gs

; tion. In the view of many, he i Id the ablest man'in'American ship, use and development of .
life. There In none of the taint of the politician about him. property Is the basis of all sound : Dozen Pure Lad
economic .On G. I. BILL of RIGHTS
progress and any situation The
h s When he took over, he shook up the Department from top that retard. full and proper .
to bottom. Moribund( officials! submerged in routine. and, red use and development Is'detrlmen.tat 4Th

tape. ,' were! removed.1 Marshall 'made it'clear that a'man's to the Ktatd and its future 39c ea.
j job depended"'''upon hi*' efficiency and performance. lie That taxes on property' In the --
plked''for hla closest ,advisors the best men' a\'aUable-such: State of Florida have T ached the We are J now Approved for the following

aa J' JbKrTFWer' >uH ll ivwho. (! ''''''''ent'to Moscow with hint. It I S. point of confiscation"<< And diminish ; courses; ; : ) .. ?, Chuck St ,
lu i r said orMar8 aIl that he was the one wartime milithry leader ing returns; having practically Ilaslc Ground .plvate., Advanced _'- .
x 4 wb to when doubled within the five. Flying Also Coinmercial ___ ...
y () .(useE be'.moved by Winston 'ChurchiJI he past years 3 MILK
if. though the Premier'wrong: And'he will not' b. moved by and in some counties taxes on cer- and 11 i rg h t InstructorCourses. ..- ,.,. ROAST39c
tain Individual have Approval I No. 5650.' -..-..- '.-; .
, a tllb. Russians or anyone else] if he thinks them Wrong: properties Increased > -
Tha"'difficulties] that He aa 'much 'as four "or five -
I* ahead are again illustrated by .

d}, *&* the latest Moscow..conference.. : Even- the simplest questions hundred That the per tax cent.on property .Is approximately Class Room Instruction Tues. & Thurs.. lb. I 39c
involved interminable argument. The Soviet representatives -
ryt t 00:per 'cent' of the _
j are invariably'the. torS'"W. are aa far from a German; total amount collected by the Nights7:30'; P. M.CONWAYLIBBY .

peace treaty as ever. Many reasons are cited for the Russian State and all Its'local subdivisionsof
attitude,'and some defend it But, right and wrong to government, which greatly exceeds We wish to thank our many friends and

i one side, the plain fact is that the nations which worked to- ability to pay and the benefits U-FLY-IT SERVICE customers for their splendid patronageat

gether effectively in war are not working together in peace. derived from government.That PHONE 147 OR 32 .
Invariably] Russian spokesmen say that American "in.tervention" our present method of tax both our stores.
in the affairs of European nations such ing property on the basis of arbitrary -
S. i Greece, is no different than Russian!' "intervention"in as capital assessment and a CONWAY\ AIRPARK ,-Joe S. and Volley L. Starling

the affairs of nations !such' as Yugoslavia.] TheProficient's virtually unlimited millage levy by

implied answer is; that there is a great: difference ovi-r-lapping, schools units, cities of county and various government

"1 between forcing a philosophy!' of government down a country's special taxing districts- incompletely

r PF throat, virtually at bayonet point, and aiding a country in outmoded.

peaceably] choosing the government it wants, by ballot. They call upon the 1947 Legislature -
' A' ; t't The dangers that face us are many. And the top to effect by legislation the .

'.rti al danger, of course, Is the possibility of a third war which elimination of our present out .
h ii might destroy civilization and return the world to another moded system through the provision

1F dark age Yet it seems impossible to.believe that the peoples for a general transaction tax
of the world! could bring themselves and the broadening of the tax n
; to fight again in
the foreseeable] base, the tax on property to be
future--or that the nations have resources Here comes Coke
based the limited
definite and
tl'' for war. The great question is what course!' can be trusted!' percentage on of the revenue ,

S to secure the peace, and all the decisions are predicated on derived from Its use,gross In lieu of the fiU

' that. present Inequitable and reactionary $ '
r t In the meantime it Is pleasant to record that the country capital assessment and mlllage
r, p still seems unified in basic foreign policy. A recent Gallup levy. I'

t'' It poll showed overwhelming sentiment in favor of resisting In advancing the suggestion thata
l) aggressive aims of Russia. Republican: and Democrats a- general transaction tax be Imposed -

like sit in the high councils of state; and go as delegates to replace ad valorem editor kA '
to the conferences. We are making our stand on world prob- Frisbee frankly admits that many
lems plain to all-and there can be no turning back. who are politically minded will
assail the proposition as a "vIci- .
ous sales tax" and that the time : '
FOREST: FIRE RECORD IMPROVINGTha honored political bally-hoo that .. ,
Florida Forest. Service during the calendar year such a tax will penalize the poor
1946 attained forest fire records hard to beat for Florida.] working man, will be screamed t, fed _
With 6,885,029 of forest land under fire from the house While i
acres protection tops. others /#, r / '
,( T with the Florida Forest Services-largest amount in its will contend that such a tax favors \ rr : :
history-the Service has established the following best the large acreage owners, but
alt A' F record since tho year 1937: smallest number of fires, smallest Frisbee points out that the investor '

F amount of dollar damage, smallest number of acres burned in acreage Is not going to d
( and lowest percentage of protected acreage burned. allow his land to remain forever o .
Idle, and when he sells the
This 5,885,029 figure was larger by 45,000 than1945and
acres erty or puts it to .se, the trans ,
' u over 2,500,000 acres larger than in 1937. In 1946 action tax would sock him justas p

..r a total of 3,343 fires were recorded on protected acreage as It doe. the fellow who sells a
compared with 4,212 in 1945 and 2,293 in 1937. A total $30 tot.
damage of $88.592!> was done in 1946 compared with $355,158 In the meantime another tax

in 1945 and $62.112 in 1937 In 1946 a total of 132.462 payers group, the Florida Taxpay-
acres were burned compared with 215.594 in 1943; and 48- ers Association will hold its an-
rt 978 in 1937. Florida also recorded its lowest percentage of nual meeting In Orlando this week /\i

protected acreage burned with 2.25 percent, in 1946 as com- and win present Its program as aLAPPE

pard with 4.19 percent In 1945 and 1.57 percent in 1937.
I .1 "These records due to the C K E
i are partly favorable weather rA S o / j
, conditions we had, together with replacement of worn out / ,
, equipment, and an awakened public interest in forest fire Y
,, i protection," Owen R. Douglass, Fire Control Branch Chief "

stated. r JV
7 However, despite these good records maintained last A

1 year there is every reason to be careful with wild fires in I _
+ Florida] this year. The fire season continues through March BAKEDSPECIALFor I
' and into April and today we need lumber more than ever
before. Remember it takes but.one careless match or fire in Weddings. Birthdays, I lOTTUO UNDIt AUTHOIITY Of COCA.COIA COMPANY IT

the woods to burn thousands of growing trees, and destroy etc.
IL- potential lumber for many future homes. BAKERY i STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING co. 5tALs'



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Three TornadoesTo Stephen nicknamed Andrew Steve.Weldon Jr., later, of News.- Galnett.- First- team- assignments, Iby r Hugh Ingram, guard, Ricbard I

t.U.S' School Journal Attend Clemson He born Bobbie Frazier The Finances' for the most part, went to high- Ray, center, and forwards Herbert
1 was In Jacksonville Jeanette Priest Piano Solo.
With one open date remaining I and has dark brown hair and hazel Mr Law --- Remarks. i iI scoring forward Boyd Tongue Flllyaw and J. T, Pollard. t I

in a ten-game schedule. Coach eyes. Jeanette Cremer -- The Process I Bobby McRae, forward, Jim Dryden -
\DFOKD HIGH .JBHS Band Members Carson Geiger this week released Steve has attended BHS since of Printing.Lu I center Buddy Bishop, guard For .stamp pads. stamp pad (

SCHOOL NEWS Practise Daily dates, places and identity of op- the first grade. He now holds Edwards Soprano Solo and George Kenl guard A high Ink rubber utimpft, hoirrfltxwrn '. uu-
For ponents to confront the BHS grid- the Job as sports editor belongs' Accompanist Barbara Moore. standard of play was contributed we The TELKGUAPIt

Fnlitor-In-G7def. Spring Concert sters next fall In what promisesto to the Lettermens Club, and played 1 Ona Domorest -- Distribution) ':.I I

Jackie Ilaskln Members of the BHS Band !be a season replete with f ormlaaoie football four years. I of_Paper.

practicing: dally for their next are competition.. His likes, are football hunting, to The purpose of the program I Is Any Radio Repaired -, $2.00PLUS t
Society Editor concert which Will be held this The schedule: and fishing, but dislikes girls that promote sales of the Campus
Brown September 19, Chiefland. their Paper which they are publishing.The :
Marlon spring. Plans at present are to run mouth all the time. ( PARTS)
September program will be closed. withan
give one concert during School Newberry. He has a hobby of hunting, Phonograph Parts fend Service '
October 3, Lake ( accordion solo by AI Stefanelll.
Editor. Butler
Sports hours for the lower grades, another October 10, St. fishing, and craftsmanship, and Estimates and Tube Testing FREE 1 I
Steve for the Augustine. his ambition la to
higher grades, anda be a veterinari
third performance at night for October 17, Gainesville. Promotions MadeIn All Work Guaranteed 90 Days

Student Advisor the general public October 24, Alachua. an.We wish Steve Iota of luck In National Guard -

Blanchard Law Interest In the 'school October 31, Palatka. hln. career, and hope that someday
e eB.tMBLIN' band has November 7, Open. Brown's RadioS rvice
grown greatly this year. Those November 14, Trenton. he may be called "Dr. Weldon" Captain Richard G. Kldd. commander
who went to St. Augustine for November 21 of the local National .Court Street Opposite Courthouse
ISDN seems to be getting the Band Festival held there were As was the last City. MAKOKET .:. REl)niSII! I Guard company, announced: Monday fI"'"
around impressed and case year Margaret E. Reddish l known to the War Department's official -
and more popular inspired by the Starke fans will have of
Two more of our boys will school bands they laW and heard to plenty most of her friends as Lefty I. recognition of the !appointment -
Lro BIL- BHS Band members opportunity see Tornadoesin came to visit the Reddishas on October I of two of the unit's officers..
fall opening.
for the are eager to action. Five I
DWARDS and AL HARLEY, represent Starke and Bradford : nitely set for local games combat are, while defi- 26, 1929. Margaret has I John R Roane and Hugh Ingram R. B. Alvarez & Son t

[made a special trip escorted County next year at the Band I Lake Butlur and Alachua are ten brown hair and grey eyes She were named first lieutenants with
Festival to be held In has been a member of the BUS rank effective from December.
Bryant..to, register '
ach booked
: tatively for the Bradford
Band for four years, and the Glee The appointments previously had
will bo floating all ville. gridiron Two teams- Gainesville Transfer &
Club for one year. Her likes are I been approved by the Guard's Storage
school soon I suppose. Ths Foster Shi Smith principal of mil. Lake City--will be met on men that are tall dark, and handsome State Headquarters. :
grapher will be here Wed-, BHS, and Arthur R. McRae, the: opponents' home field. Rivalsto '
dancing, parties, and eat'
28,, and will make County School Superintendent, < the BHS : Promotions for four enlistedmen
ly !March appear on field include ingAs a hobble she likes to collect -1 Phone 179 '
\ta of the students. A goodremember : are supporting the Band and It : Palatka St. Augustine, were noted by order of the
to the "dear oldI was through their effort that the i Chiefland, Newberry, and Tren- commanding officer: From private e J
Margaret's ambition Itt to
to technician fourth Theo-
I days" group made the trip to St. Augus- ton.A finish( school and make a bee-line dore J. Goodge; from grad, private, to Moving and We operate local and long I I j i
CLUB conditioning program In thesquad's
|E LETTERMEN'S tine.Band for Miami.As private first class Gordon L. distance
Friday night at the USO training Is helpful to boys spring training was proceeding the Senior clans, Margaret, Parker, Fred. I. Selley and kirby (' Stpragfr. Anywhere inthe
|,JlIf, during the dance. A and girls. In band or orchestra, : to the satisfaction of we wish you lots of luck. Swindell. _- State of Florida.
(Ittee was elected (Billy S, playing together requires close organization coaches Geiger and Shad Bryantthis t
]" A.. !Maxle C., and Jackie :.! effort harmony and week-with the team devoting MRMS1 STKINOFKMXW Company drills are currently Fast Careful t
being/ held each Wednesday at the MovingFrom
afternoon sessions to fundamentals
to i decide on ways the club team work. The school band serves Melba Stringfellow was born on local Armory. .......
e able to makb money-not In a very practical way in that and offensive drill. Scrim- July 13, 1928 at Palatka, Florida.
so we can pay for our each member studies and puts to mage is scheduled to begin with- She has blue eyes and blond hair. :' dwrNpe"e. t
;,rs this year! practice what is learned. Ing the next two weeks. Melba has hail all her schooling AA Quintet Closes

n DANCE seemed to bea Proceeds from the approaching at Tills. She Is a senior at BUS Season With Six where I sit' / Joe Marsh
success last Friday night. concert will be used to buy music, Charles Mooney 18 year old this year. Melba likes music, ... / ,
t Is more and more recrea- Instruments, and uniforms. Uniforms BHS Senior whose Clemson Col- dancing, end most all sports her Straight WinsStarke's e.
entertainment of various that formerly cost from $15 lege football scholarship award only rllllllke! In conceited ppciplo. '
|nr>and not quite so much sit- to: $25 now cost from"$10 to $60. was announced last week, will Melba has a hobby of collecting AA qulnft made. It Apple Tree Versus
nix ,
welcome two familiar faces when straight last! Thursday, clos-
rotind. as most of them didWe're This partially explains why uni- records.II1ZEL. I
ing out the schedule In
he enters the college this fall In bang-up
forms have rot yet been purchased. -
having much betIrnouta -
form with a 01 to 41 win over the ; Wheat Field
the of Bill Edwards and t
( lately. But plana at present are to persons OI.IITIIX: TIIOMVS( J
Al Harley, who are his BITS class Southern Dairies team of Gainesville.
order them In time to have on Hazel Oletha Thomas has brown
: had a very- Interesting- hand. for the next school term. mates this year. eyes Find black hair. Way! born Compensating( for a shaky
,'r In assembly last week, start which saw successive losses If you ever visit Jeb Crowrll's Both of thC'mot/ M eloquent on
BHS Coach Shad him
; Bryant,
Buddy' Faxon la Band president on August 4, 1I)2H! In Starke, Flor
Moore, a Baptist Missionary I self a ClemHon alumnus this week ida. early In the season the* Independent farm he'll take you rlht| nut on the subject, that the rent of us
I Delbert Crews the student conductor She has had all her Bchool-
goslavla. who was IntroUuc- and Sharon Hall head of the announced that lidward.t! 17, and Inat/ BHS. Oletha is senior B'lva's winning streak pro that barb porch of his and show worked up quite a thirst; so Jeb .
Reverend Hatnes. She came Majorettes' Including beginners, Harley, 19, have been accepted this year. Oletha likes swimming, duced a .ROO( percentage, with you hla apple tree. KOCH tc the icebox for boor end ,
[id In the native holiday cos- seven victories and "There," i inobl'ftt
playing members and Majorettes fcr matriculation at Clemson' overa dancing and working and dislikes seven says Jcb 1 1" nature's elder And when the refreshments
The program was quite in-I there are about 50 members mak- waiting list of about 1,000 applicants studying. She has a hobby of Local fans were well satisfied : creation. fifty years and come Lud choose elder and Job i
I as students, asked ques- ing up the present school band. for enrollment on the collecting post cards. And her with the toam's performance In bcarln still the finest cider apples takes the Deer I
freely making the*discussion strength' of the football ability ambition. Is to be a Ktenographer. th NN t season of lndt'pendenflre t in the county'J" Frdiu where I sit. Uiafs' ,th.

linterest'njy'! (as well as.educaIi they displayed In gridiron trials ,Good luck to you, Olethii./ basketball In many yearn Team- wlut ( J ,
I as nearly everyone partiId !- come. We were glad to see Miss Before( Clemson coach Frank How- I work, naturally lacking among theassortment us was here, Lud Drnny point* talk all you want, but when It '

Hill at one of the dances, showIng ard last weekend at the South CIl.\I'..I. PROGRAM: of volunteers which across the rlvri to his grain Held C'omco.'o tnxtrs and ;preferences, :f
I hear, everybody ,turned she is Interested in our recreation Carolina College. "They are not formed the squad for the opening and are ,... "There .n even flner there's Just no argument./ I
Inr the party in Brooker last' ", as well as education, and attending on scholarships," Bryant Thursday, March 27, the English gnme February 2, developed right!!. I !,
lay, night. have been I 'out HI class will have 'charge rapidly and rounded Into consistent '
Muss r hope*.he will some often. pointed "they are paying grain' you inn make dozens of fJIM.46
| affair of the. assembly program, with'' form in the latter half of the '
an THE SENIORS have all been their own way, but were favored Montelih appetizing things! / with- ,Including c9oe I t
DANCINO CLASS for, .admission to the college In Joe acting as Master of schedule. ;
/ seems measured. for their caps and wholesome, sparkling brer." I
football... Ceremonies to Introduce the\ f<>I-j J Individual credit was In order :
I going ova rather well with gowns.! It won't be long now! (Ididn't order toplay Bryant :
isle assistance of!;,,teacher, dare igntfled seniors, aceonyjaTjCjgl, the two youths to lowing speakers and soloists; for each member of the ninomanplaylng" I t I lto ,
f.R ALLUNf-ferlu comes over THAT'S ALL.tftt$' Clem bn'J.?,)fj the try-outs. I Everett Crews':='''The 'Acquiring, qoa'l'.tmd' ; Coach L. M. ,. "-t. 'r'n. ., Cul..hr.'rJJZ'Jt'.3.lI.' : : .. Jl/I.I". t,
-- .
jthe University every Monday Z: Jackie Haskln.. : 0 "
I to give lessons to-the young '.....-- Senior Biogs t
I from 8:00: to 9:00: and the Fresh stock of r.xcellrnt'type- f
(class from 9:00: til 10.00: and writer ribbons at TilE TELE FRANCES JEANETTE TAYLOR \
r FEEE! The CENTER hasn't GRAPH. Only 60o each for all Frances! Jeanette Taylor was I
[overcrowded yet so just in makes typewriters and adding born In Hampton Florida on No- ., i
ou're Interested, you're wel- : machines. vember 20 1928. She has attend.

__._n-___ .__, -_ ..... ed school In Hampton .and Is In rt
her senior year now at BHS.

Let Us Repaint and Repair Frances has blue eyes and brown elle .
hair. She likes fried chicken, :

pia Your Old Bicycle swimming and home ec., her only
dislike Is conceited people.
Frances' hobby Is movies ,and t
We'll Make It Like New
good music. She has an ambitionto f tI

learn shorthand. Lots of luck I


U'ATTEKSON "om old ;
On February 10. 1930 in the

BIGGS & BAKER town of Hampton, a girl with 1 'j :
blond hair and hazel eyes was '
JOl+ W.s CALL ST. STARKE, FLA.. i born to Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Wat- }

teraon. She was named Florence :

,larvene.[ .
r w TRw .. attended school tn
:':':-.....::::anan"....;;. ..9t_+ryn.::"' nua Harvene, and started at BUS In:
:!::;:::.$t. ::-,, Hampton 6 data
p .. the'Ninth Grade. : fOHOS
"'''' ," r ,
.. -
i' .
,;rJ l Shevat secretary of her classin
Ill world' daily newspaper r f the Freshman year and has

DIE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE KCtuiGX. YOU will find yourself onn. of teen a member of the Clee Club ; :. "
the bot-Informed) person 'In your community oi. world attain when for three years. Among her I
Trot read this world-w.de. dally newspaper 's ulorly. You will gain' many likes are good books, sports .\{,'.;.
new viewpoints, a fuller, richer understanding of today' vital v i
".w-PLUS help from Its exclusive, features on homemaking, educa. and movies. Her only dislike Is 1 "
hen, 1I..n_. theater, music radio, sports conceited people.She f
Ir. ..
to ,---------------------- has a hobby of sewing and
rall' \\.t- J The Christian Science Publishing Society! PB-J cards. Her ambition s
id'ofie, f. One, Norway Street Boston I 15. Mats. U. S. A. collecting post } '.-
ath/or$1) I! Enclosed I $1 I, far which pleas send me The Christian' la to be a secretary.We Er -.,
'V, Selene Monitor for one month. wish Harvene lots of luckIn

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I SOCIETY and CLUBS I. May Day Festival Mrs. j. R.i Wainwright Two Birthdays Mrs Hembree Hostess: UDCToMeet

Planned By PTAPlans Hostess At LuncheonA Celebrated Joint)",r At Lovely LuncheonThe The .W. T. Weeks Chapter\1rr

ex will ,have its \
Pan-American DinnerIs Mrs. Baggett HonoreeAt for the Mav Day Festival pastel color scheme carrying Shl Smith, Jr., and Sammie home of Mrs. J. M. Hem- business, historical regular 'mail!!
Ibree at the State Farm was beautifully and
to be held May 2 In the TJSO Warren, young sons respectivelyof meeting I
Colorful EventIn Buffet SupperMrs. building were presented at the I effec-tively Mrs. Shi Smith and Mrs. W. T. decorated with artistic arrangements 3:30: o'clock Wednesday at the, residein 1

Woman's Club PTA meeting!: Wednesday after. Gill, were honored Monday from of Jonquils, azaleas, Mrs. W. p. GodWin
William Baggett of Shreveport noon. Proceeds from the enter- Mrs. J. R. Wainwright entertained 3:30: to 3:30: p. m. with a birthday .and yellow jasmine when Mrs. Cherry Street. OD NQ:!
X Graceful palm trees, colorful La, houseguest of Mrs. tainment will be used to defray at a delightful bridge luncneon. anniversary party at the homo of Hembrfie was hostess Wednesday Mrs Caroler
balloons, subdued rhumba rhythms, Ethel M. Biggs, was the honored summer expenses of the Friday Asters, gladioli, and roses were Mrs. Smith at 413 South street. at a delightful luncheon. will\ be co-hostess

and costumed senors and senorltas guest Tuesday night when Mrs. night Young People's meeting the flowers chosen by the hostess Mrs. Smith and }.{rs. GUI were Guests met at 12:30 o'clock and
imparted festive atmosphere to Biggs entertained the Tuesday which are sponsored! by the PTA for this affair. assisted In caring for the young were served a delicious two course

tho gala Pan-American Dinner night bridge club, at a delightful. recreation Committee. Mrs. Arch At twelve o'clock the guest guests by Mrs. Gene Goodgp. luncheon on card tables placed IP

given Thursday evening of last Informal I supper party. : Johns, Chairman of the committeeand were served a tempting two The children ;'ere given favors the living room. Each table was 'laveyour

week by the Woman's Club for I Beautiful arrangements of aza-: Miss Audrey Carlisle will di- course luncheon on the card tables of pop corn balls candy and Overlaid with a handsome white portrait

the benefit of the Starke library leas were placed at vantage I rect the program. placed In the living rllom..lIch whistles, and after enjoying linen cloth and centered with a
fund. points throughout the lowe floor The PTA will continue to assist table being 'centered with an games and play were served refreshments knlntature vase holding arrangements madein

Guests gathered at 7 o'clock and of the home In decorating for this the school free lunch program by Easter bunnie cradle. Marking of ice cream and rnko. of violets and tiny carna- the familiarsurroundings

were served tomato juice cocktails lovely affair. I enlisting the aid of civic organiza- the guests' places wen noel Two large attractive birthday i ,itlons. Place cards marking the

and Frltoa In the club lounge, before Guests met at seven o'clock tions and Interested Individuals.So placecards tallies, repeating the cakes, complete ,with "an being seated at tables arranged and found their places at the card I far the American Legion: has selected: motif. were the center of attraction.The {floral design. of your own home
Informally about the large tables by means of floral tallies.\ agreed to contribute $40 which Mrs. Wainwright wan assisted young guests Included Those enjoying Mrs. Hembree's

club auditorium. Each table was During the supper hour. each table will furnish lunches for five child- In 'serving by Mrs. O. L. Hayne. Stevle Broadway, Judy Barton, !hospitality were: Mrs. O. L. Beas4ey. -I

covered with aqua and yellow was overlaid with a white cover ren the remainder of the school Mrs. D. A. Monleith. and Mrs. W Shl Ann Smith, Van Prescott, ;\ Mr J. W.: Kincaid, Mrs. W. e
'crepe paper and was: further enhanced and, centered with a bud vane year end the Woman's Club of H. Graham. Bob and Alice Faye Newman ;E. MldJloton, :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins,

by tall yellow tapers set II holding sprays of azalea. the State Farm, will give funds Following luncheon three progressions Duck and Tommy Gm, Clara Lee (Mrs. J. Fred Guy, Mrs. T. T. T H. Osborne

In bases cleverly fashioned of I At the'conclusion of the game for one child. At present there t>f bridge wer enjoyed, Bowen, Nancy and Billy White, ,Long, Mrs. W. B. Mundy Mrs.

colorful fruits. The space in frontof I Miss Lucille Mitchell was presented are 30 children on the free lunch at the conclusion of which Mrs. Johnnie Goodge, Jimmie and jGuy Sale Mrs. Herlong Adams i WRITE BOX

the auditorium stage was transformed I with a deck of cards as,her reward list and a number of others who W. H. Graham was presented a Patsy Hines, and .Linda Smith. (Mrs. L. D. Vining, Mrs. Arthur 'OR 423
Into an exotic, Improvised for making high score. Mrs. I should be certified for this assist box of bubble bath as her reward Holiday. Mrs. E. L. Matthews, ATJlOO"EU

patio, with graceful artificial Dan Harley won the cut towel.prize Mrs.and 'I ance.The for making highest score. Mrs;I WOW MeetingThe :Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, Mrs. W. N. BROS. STUDIO
palm trees, encircling a cental arrangement received a lipstick Treasurer reported that I M. F. Brown made second and re .
of yellow gladioli. Artificial Biggs presented Mrs. Baggett '$06.66 has been given to Bradford ceived a box of toilet soap while local WOW will meet to- : North, and Mrs. H.M.. Rlcharde.

pink flamingoes added a with a plastic apron: a mementoof High School for construction of Mrs Green McGrlff won the gal- night (Friday) at the hall at 7:30p. :

further tropical note to the set- the occasion. basketball courts and $133.34 to loping goose prize an ash tray. m. for Initiatory work. All
ting, while a large electrically Those enjoying the party with the Elementary School librarian Mrs. A. Z. Adklns was the winnerIn members are urged to attend. =: NEW BUSINESS
a lighted moon hung in the back- the honoree, Mrs. Baggett the for the purchase of books. Fur-! bingo and was awarded a set Lacy Conway, Financial Secretary -.
ground. hostess, Mrs. Biggs, and the mem- ther business of the meeting Included of kitchen towels. I .
Following dinner of yellow\ rice bers of the bridge club were: Miss appointment of committees' Mrs. William Baggett of Shreve.

and chicken the Rev. L. A. Shepherd Madge Middleton, Mrs. Dan Harley to Inspect the USO building following port, La., and Mrs. Earl Johnson I Mrs. T. F. Grady, Mr J. C. Irwin I Starke
master of ceremonies. Introduced Mrs. Jack Balles, Mrs. E. L. the scheduled clean-up and I of Metter, Ga., visitors in town, Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. E L. Battery Service' I

R.' A. (Lex) Green, who Biggs, Jr., and Mrs. Lonnie Har to ascertain the type of party the I were presented boxes of note Matthews Mrs. D. A. Monteith,

spoke briefly on the Importance of Senior Class would prefer at the paper, gifts of remembrance. from Mrs. 1. D. Vining, Mrs. F. F.
continued good relations with our ley.OES close of school Volunteers were the hostess. Stump, Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. T.
South American neighbors. Alvin Election Set requested to assist at the Bradford Those Invited to enjoy Mrs. H. Slade, :Mrs. Junlua M. Smith, LOCATED AT
Lewis talented young accordionist County Health Clinic dally Walnwrlght's hospitality were: Mrs. A. H. John Mrs. M. F.

h played "Tlco Tlco" and "Spanish The Waldo Chapter No. 120. from April 14 through the 24 :Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. O. L. Brown, Mrs. William Baggett, Temple & Lake, Service Station
Dance", accompanied at the piano Order o fthe Eastern Star will when school children will be given Haynes, Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. Mrs. Earl Johnson, Mrs. Green
by Miss Uetty Ann Flynn Little hold its annual election of officers free medical examinations.An A. Z. Adkins, Mrs W.: H. Graham, McGrlff, and Mrs. J. W. Andrsws. .

) Miss Barbara Prevatt, sang two and have Initiations tonight exceptionally Interesting

f popular numbers, accompanied by (Friday) at 8 o'clock., Mrs. .Mar: program was presented by the
Mrs. J. W. Klncald and Miss Vir- tha Strickland. Worthy Matron of Rev. L. D. Haines and B. D. Law. Rebuilt Batteries

ginia Sewell sang two numbers In the organization, urges all mem- "Lives of Great Men" was the : r
ti Spanish, accompanied by Mrs. W. bers and visiting members to at- theme of the sketch given In the

tend. form of a radio broadcast. Taking Guaranteed Work
part on the : were Marian
M. Thomson. A pleasing duet,
EASTERFINJRY "Yours" was! sung by O. S. New-i Brown. Barney-McRae, Chas. "South America, Take It Away! Claire Cottrell made a helpful .
I[ comb and Miss Garnlta Hutto.I I :Mooney Billy Wolfe, Al Harley, quoth a popular song ,of not so major domo around serving time
Billy Edwards, Henry 'Manassaand months And Lee McGrlff
' Concluding the program, an Informal many ago truly (Mrs. Q. J.) performed Don't Discard Your 'Old Battery
: period of group singing Charles Knight. Followingthis South America did take us away the yeoman task of serv-

was enjoyed led by Mr, Shepherd. Mr. Haines gave a short talk; Thursday night of last week when ing as house chairman for the Let Us Rebuild It
I/ I on the types of radio program the Woman's Club was transformed event and of course, the club's
Mrs. J. W. Klncald social chair-
..... that appeal to school children. I Into a tropical Valhalla (par aggressive president l Lucille ,
man of the Woman's Club, was
r Hostesses for the afternoonwere don the mixing of metaphores) Green was strictly on the beam,
assisted In staging this outstanding
event by a committee com- members of the High School for that scintillating soiree, the all the way through The library -'
, 1 slt Mrs. H. Pan-American dinner Never fund will
y a ,/ posed of Mrs Green McQrlff Service Committee, C. benefit by a neat
chairman of house for this occa- Brown, Chairman. !have I seen the club house more $114, net profit for the eveningAnnouncement
entrancing, with .life-size (but ,
1t sion. Mrs. J. M. Smith, Mrs. A.
+ W. Anderson, Mrs. C. H.. Nas- Birthday DinnerAt ersatz) palm trees spreading their EASTER
I fronds above gaily bedecked tables
ai worthy, Mrs. J. R. Kite,Mrs.. J. Beach being received
Daytona arranged cabaret style around
by friends this week
of the birth
B. Cottrell.\ Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs.
court. Methinks
ui Improvised .
R. A. Weeks .Mrs. W., B. Mundy, Miss Elaine Edward ,of Starke, when a son, William Frederick on
.in Impossible the
Mrs. R. E. Mundorf; "Mm. H. C. and Elbert Edwards, 'of Daytona decorative nothing team of 'Jeanette Kln March, 14 to Sue and Wafer :Batsman
now residents Island
Hitch Mrs. J. M. Hembree;, Mrs. of .
AT'LEILA'Slovely Beach twin children ofl Mrs. Mae
cald and Pat McGrlff
youthful Park, Minn. Sue will be
W. J.. Churchwell. Mrs. E.. K. Edwards of Starke, celebrated long
jets together Pat's moon was
isn't It, to see everything Perryman, Mrs. M. F.'Brown, and their birthday anniversary Sunday remembered here' from the pleasant
i thing of beauty, and Jeanette associations formed
once more bursting Into Mrs. T. H. Osborne. duringher
with a dinner at the home of Mr.
borrowed I won'tlaY
bloom alter one'of tile dreariest I| Members of the high school set, Edwards In Daytona Beach. begged"stole"or ) the, palms(no,from Cohen' USO-staff of days Call, and Street the congratulations to- 'FOR THE. WOMAN WHO CARES"

t ate winters on record dressed In colorful South American the late afternoon the go
i, During prop department. In case .
her and Walter Hear that Tel.fall'
(?'e, And, of course, along with the costumes, served as ,,waiters lovely birthday cake was served you've been wondering. .
_Long returns to at the
}+ tree and flower, it Is once and waitresses. One of their num- with Ice cream.: The twins received duty Keep Easter
State beauty costs
, Farm Monday in the your
n time ,
again for our ladle, of ber, Pat McGrlff. 'assisted Mrs. attractive In
gifts remembrance -
many As usual, credits for the
success supply department, where he
whatever age, to burst. Into Klncald In the clever decorative was low '
of the occasion. by taking advantage of our ,
bloom with new Easter finery of this event are almost too serving before Pearl Harbor so
scheme that was carried out
Among those present for the numerous to mention, but I didhear rudely Interrupted Add predic-
For the big day, Just Iarue seasonal reduced prices! Soft, ,,
Around 125 guests enjoyed this dinner
and the social afternoon
j you've' forgotten In lit that Louise Kite "workedlike tions: There'll be a run on forest
tie more than a week off event, and among those(from out were Mrs. Mae Edwards, Mr. and a dog" all day and, of course, green material In the next weekor deep waves New high style.e
of town were Mrs. Maureen Cone, Mrs. C. Zimmer Carl Zimmer
t,' Ugh time you were and the smooth efficiency In Operation "so as harried mothers start
doing your Easter shopping up If president of the Ribault Woman's and Mr. and :Mrs. J. D. Doyle, of Kitchen is attributed largely to making costumes for the Jr.-Sr adaptations you will be your -
+ Club of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Starke, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Geiger the culinary talents of Myrtle An- Banquet whlch'll have' a Robin-
you know what wo mean .
mil of course you'do... Holt Medlock of Jacksonville of Green Cove Springs, Mr. derson Leila Mundy did herself hood theme this year gayest and prettiest on Easters
Thin with of the Beach, district director of the and Mrs. R. Vance of Knoxvllle, I proud by cooking all the yellow -
year many state organization. Tenn., and Mrs. Elbert Edwards.. rice for the chicken dish, and
Spotted an'
shortages that have dimmed Jotted Robert '
the Faster Parade In recent Barksdale and bride moving Into Guaranteed Permanents $5 and Up

years now past history Leila's their home on West Madison last
be a real treasure bourn 0 f seE7 Friday Pauline Phillips tak-

+ lovely things, cleverly designed (T::::: ; ) ing it easy for a few days after
= =
to help you look your prettiest -- being thrown from her horse Sun Starke Beauty Shoppe
on the eventful day. M day (fault of a loose saddle not

Year after year the Easter her horsemanship) Dub Rho- Linnie Fogg McCulley, Prop.
Parade find milt the favorite 1 den (keeper of the armory building :

Ul-arounil fanhlon Yeteach ) home with a mouthful .!of Phone 96 Court Street

season one or two suits' ; i mumps Little Billy Dampier
have that extra look of high I Is broken out with chicken pox .
: Time
style that air of Impnettlil Gift Judge Adklns up an about after
tailoring that net. them Ills battle with the flu bug over

r, above the other so finely Y the weekend '. Margaret Mon- DAR ac Sun. Mon. Tues.
styled, no carefully tailored'! that GIVE .. telth arriving home from Stetson,

r hey will give you many ,",a- practically on a stretcher aa result "STARKE ..FL-:.' I Mar. 30- 31 Apr. 1 1ilted
+ sons of wearing pleasure", long of an overdose of sunburn .
after the Faster Parade has Ruby Johns one of our most enthusiastic
once mom passed Into history PTA members attending ".' '.'MJI' ." .""_ '' -
r'i ,, '
p < V? ,
And so economical too, i a short course (on her own A{ '"*!f ,'\ < <, "
judged from tile amount of time and money) In Jacksonville's 1, ,1 the warmth '.
wear you'll get from them Opportunity House on recreational ), ,
Our accMHortea are "right", as 'programs A. belated bouquetIs w, '. goley.onct laught'.r : '' #
.. .,- ,.. .,'i. { ; e ;
usual, and the new Cage bats Th6 Gift of. a Lifetime" hereby tossed In her directionfor I' < f. .$-. .
M t
are almply divine being Interested 'enough In our : ,? 1-J.i'Jt]mot, fhl*;So. tf.. ,)W:;; t.a ',
< '"
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Bag and glove also have young people to stage some kind w, ,. J
to In of entertainment 1 .1 !f.
an Important part play for them every : (
the over-all effect of your C MAGNIFICENTNEW Friday night In the USO "" *;'

Easter costume Do you re WaItDisny*

like your purse conveniently ('&II Street seems to be more
'P flat to clip under your arm than well represented In the Jax FIRST ACTION
or In the shape of a carry-all Journal's current bowling; tourna DRAMA!

., drawstring bag No matter Slon. ment and Henry Manama rated
what. your preference, ; 1 headlines In Wednesday's paper

you'll find the style yon love, R. :; ., for topping all performers Tues-
and In'a shade to complementyour SONG
----- day night with a sizzling 1,224
continue at Leila's r-- core In current ratings '
And Leila's service to you Judge Ferryman whose old pitching ii
further than helping you FOR arm seems to be standing him OF THESOUTH
look your bent In the EanterPanuto In good stead Is ninth from top I
We Blurt carry a In the
open tourney with a total 1
,r most enchanting line of Easter "Her" & "Him" of 3.219. while Henry Is eleventh 1
gifts, designed to to alltaatm.
appeal '
with 3,207 Art Manassa Is a g
.t ... and sure to he eagerly little farther down the line at y'p'

) accepted an appreciated tokens Finest of Pen and Pencil Sets present, but one evening of good UCHHtCOLOR! I
of love at this of the
jy season n break. could
put him right up Fvidri.y..Y.h
!, /MM.SS" ./
year near the top again It's nice I
to basic in reflected glory. Isn't UNCLE BEMOJ

WATCH REPAIRS ItT .. So here's wishing .the XV3y .. < .rJ2"
best of 'good breaks to our Call wna.rra IYNY Mr1A.earrMreeainewrwlbsso .rws s.aLlt

a- ) Street keglers May they fin "e b' "' i i ie
Ish the tourney I, 2 and 31! nMta !roar
ttlrgt"tie r Do You De"."F .. twits Cot S L.5'5"t
GEM Pieoesr a utrr' .
JEWELRY "Jp*OM Dos Deh""psrN feaw Ssid""StM d iM
I 80 Ions Sea>you''in"the'

Next .
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of LOCAL NEWSand I II I Mrs. R. A. Colson, accompaniedby :Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Smith of! Mr and Mrs. C. A. Knight pent I (Enftlemann) by Vivian and Uctty' WCTU Meets Today

felTS Mrs. G. B. Colson and Mrs. rennagrove, N. J., are guests! of 'CTuetiday In Jacksonville. I McRae led off part two of the J I

John Douglas of Brooker, spent Mr. and Mrs. E. H Smith. MI'!!. Mae Dlcktns In upending; recital .followed by Levy Canovrt, The March meeting of the

Matthew.ltIIghlers. I lore.Edwin end-Mrs. Thursday In Gainesville. Mrs. Susie Griffin of Jackson- this week in Sanford as the guestof Jr. In a clarinet aolo. WCTU will be held at the home

Mrs. E. L and Ralph Herrln and small daughter. Frederick Gllpin, Jr., of Senath villa arrived Tuesday to spend a her brother-in-law and ulster For her next appearance MarIan of Mrs. W. A. Scott on Tempi I I

Mary Agnes Beth, all of Waycrosn, Ga., en Mo., arrived Tuesday for a two week here with her slater Mrs.O. Mr and Mrs. A. B. Wallace. chose to piny for her audience\ I

pntlo attended the presenanowhlte route to Delray Beach were weeks' visit with his uncle and J. Griffin. W. L. Wall will upend this weekend "Prelude" and "Nocturn In E- Avenue, Friday afternoon, March

Wt} and the Washing-Seven guests Tuesday of Dr. and Mrs. aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Johns I Mrs. Joseph Szymtzak of Jack- In St. Augustine with his son Flat" two lovely compositions by 28, at 3 o'clock.

.. in the George Jacksonville W. E. Mlddleton. Mrs R. O. Kldd Mrs. P. E. lIOn Mich.? who has been the and daugrhter-In-law Col. and Chopin. Next, Lou Edwards: of

ulitorlum in ac- Mrs. T. H. Slade and children Canova and Mrs. B. B. Kldd spent [house guest of her son and daugh- Mrs. Harold C. Wall.pproprlatn Lawtey, Hung, and then Marian One factory rebuilt Remington'
They were .\ for mother' portable typewriter like $XO.TELRGRAPII. .
gifts concluded tho recital with "Valso | new.
afternoon. Mr. spent the first of the week InBacontA Tuesday in Gainesville. ter-in-law. 1st Sut and Mr*. Nor- :

led to Jacksonville who by at- >n. Ga.. with Mrs. Slade's l'aa.4. Easter egg dyes at Scott's. bert S. Srymczak, here for the daughter sweetheart or vtlfe. lelie's de Concert" by Irinto Berge. ._ tfIlnAutlful 1

.. E. S. Matthews Best mother, Mrs. W. T. Jackson See tho Faster' baskets past month, will be Joined tom or. Dress ShopMrs | .
"The T. C. Chastain and :Mrs. Prettiest Easter dresses" we line of popular prkwdEantor
the picture. Mrs. Mae Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grahamand rom by her husband, who will remain
Jones returned Tuesday hud at "howl
Lives". < W. L. Andrews were shopping in ever Stump' ladles' a* Stump'aEvery t
Lf our to her home in Jacksonville children and Mrs U. E. Fuller until April 3 at which time
:Mrs. P. E.Land Jacksonville Tuenday. ___ I
| o. Kldd. after spending a week here with spent Sunday. in Sanford as they will return to their home in
Paul. Mrs. B. B.L Mr. and Mrs A. WlIei Stump, I
son her brother-in-law and sister Dr. guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Michigan.Mrs. .
0. B. Flynn spent of New York, are guests of his
Mrs. and Mrs W. E. M1 Jacksonville. brother and "I"tl'l ill-law.' !: Mr. and R rail h of
Lay in Mrs. Y. A. Harris of GainesvilleIs Ala..
was accompanied to Jacksonville daughter of Cottondale. Mrs. F. F. Stur.in. They arrived

re.l. of popular priced by Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Mrs. the guest of her son-in-law and visited Mr. Carter's mother, Mrs. Wednesday and art enroute home

dl'l'M-M at Stump's.Mamie B. L. Matthews. daughter. Mr. and Mrs R. A. Laura Powell, this week. from Miami. INSURANCEH.
Anderson and Mrs. Green. Friends of Mrs. Green' will
Love ever given' forgive, outlives "Sunshine Lino" Easter greeting Now that spring hUH come seethe
Archer were guestsof regret to learn that she Is confined t""
tone of ; ever stands \\lthopcn hands, cards with scripture verso, lawn ornaments at Srott'a. (

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. and while It liven It (then. For to her home because of illnesn. singly or !by box, at $.Scott' |, Mrs. Bertha Penr had. as

I this l.. love' perogallve: to Rive The Rev Garfield Evans will weekend guests her son-in-law C. WALL AGENCY
Diffenbaugh Mr. and Mrt. H. A. Durden and I '
lid: Mrs. James and give and give. Do you lour return to his home in Cuba soon and laughter, Mi. and Mrs. Ed .

[llahassee were weekendof your Lord, your family your children and Sonny Hughlett, all I after spending three weeks In the i Ennor, of Jacksonville and on I

[ Mrs. Dlffenbaugh's uncle friends. and your .city Then" give of Jacksonville were week-end States. He has been the guest of Sunday her son-in-law and daughter Please I Phone 146
Mrs.. C. of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. i
Int. Senator and E'I to the Baptist Church Building guests the Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Church- Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Smyth
Houston at their on Little
Fund. S. E. Sparks Committee cottage well and Miss: Ondina Barcelo for of St. Augustine were her' guests. lamCLASSIFIED -
W. O. Halle Santa Fe Lake. Mrs. C. A. and
ode of Mrs. Chairman. St several days. Mr. and Geiger

glad to learn that she Is Mrs. Carrie Rltch and T. J. Love ever stand gives!with, forgiven" hands, outlives -,! Friends of Mrs. T. S. Williams lion Nelson, of Green Cove .

after being confined in Jackson ; ever open know that she la Springs! :were guests over the
rating Griffin spent Tuesday For will be'glad to
and while It live It gives.(
because of Illness. weekend of her brother and sls
at St. -
home villa
recuperating nicely
this N lo\e' Derogative: to give ter-In-luw, :Mr.\ and Mrs. J. D. FOR YOUR eAR wo. have a nw .,
at Scott' In Jacksonville, Fell HU.M Ifxiil white slipped
,,.I! plants, Friends of Dottle Sue Biggs will and give and gt\e. I>) you love Hospital .'1111.,"(. nulu radial l ImmmlliiiMln shucked: field luru. I

be glad to learn that she H recuperating your Lord your family your after a major operation, and la Doyle outlives >,.. ", An .low MX $42.SOHiiictnKim M & Eil ward*,, Rt. S, i
A. Scott weekend. I Love ever give, forgiven iiADio siEiivirio' box IS: Htark: tf
W gave home this
Mrs.! confinedto expected j I
and after '
being Then
friends and your city? giveto ; ever aland with open hands, Court at Mnillmm streets, HtarknFOK
clitfiil\ small dinner party In1 her home a week because of the Baptist Church Building Easter bonnets; Gage handmade I and while It lives It Kite For It ON'T ye 1.'I"-.on.o"lI.\ ann
,day night of last week illness. Committee hats. ""lIa'" Brew Shop. Ion every Wednesday. I atilnliiKHVlllA
and Mrs. Will Kamof Fund. S. E. Spark, this. U Io\e'i perognllvei to give MAUN. Two 700120, trunk :: : I Uvvatook PMia.!,
700x11 truck tlroi three71)0x14
of Mr. Pa., who We have Martha Manning cottons Chairman. St J. H. Fields, chairman of the and give and give. 1K> you' love tire; on Vord ptrk-iii wheels: twu lluy or eel I. ,t..1 I
A: bcmberg sheers sizes' 18 Mr. and Mr W. A. Scott Mrs. credentials committee, and N. N. Lord, your fiuiilly, your AOOvltf piiMHtMiicvi ,'.r 111'.*... Th.*" /
annual visit to your ..
king their enjoying 1.2 to 24 12. ""IIa'" Dress Shop. Olin White, and Mrs. Ara Moltt Prevail a delegate', spent Monday friends. and your city Then give feet tire* slightly condition.used At but Hlnululr m in Hulk pr* FOR SALE

Other guests visitor in Gainesville Wed- and Tuesday in Jacksonville attending Plant. If
were Mr. and Mrs{ Mr. and. Mrs. William Bagsett' I tit the llaptlnt Cliurcli llulldlng

-nlng F. A. Scott. left Wednesday for Neptune nesday. the state convention of Ftind. S. K. Sparks, C'onunltti'K FOR BALK Lot with 100 foot I
ulgley and see T. U Beach where they will visit Mrs. Spring wilts and coats, all pea.tetshades Woodmen of the World held at Chairman. 3* frontage on Cry../UI HBcilnt-e InU wltltlurit for LATRINES
home portraits In..hlll.111
ad on .- Baggett's brother-in-law and sister for your Easter parade.Lella's the Roosevelt Hotel. ) Mr.\ and Mrs. W A. Scott were onuli. N II. \Valnwr4a-ht. Jr. Cell. MESS HALLS

e. See Ashley of Atlanta Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Blocker.Mr. Dress. Shop. I Miss Sylvia Morse, a sophomore vlBltors to Gainesville Tuesday, .tr...t. Htarkn. If

Hudson Mrs. Baggett will leave Thursdayfor Jerome Johns a student at at Stetson University spent the Mrs. F. M. WllllamH has received Recreation Iuildin! M
JOg her grandmother University In Atlanta, Ga., weekend here with her parents LIST YOI'Il FAKM. CITY AND
.Junes, and Mr. and Mrs. I. Shreveport, La., and Mrs. Emory word, that her husband Lt. F. BUSINESS PROPERTY 16 X Hi HUTMENTS
J Baggett will spend the remainderof and three of his classmates. Wen- Mr. and Mrs W. R. Morse. M. (IlIul'k"hotVIIUamlt., will nr- I
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pherd. Ford Bill Cook, and Warren Miss Catharine Norman will return -
Icy this weekend
before rive
Anderson and Mrs] tho week with her sister
Manila !
: weeks' Harris, all of Atlanta have returned to FSCW Sunday. after spending 1 Hcale Calif., where he Is IXIIXi&iXfX9
another Camp
were guests returning here, for
tone. of Archer and Mrs. E. M. I':visit. after spending their Spring' the spring' holidays here with I being discharged Lt. Willlnma STROUT rFi: ;M'ieiu: L SIIFLVING $.o Al .
of vacation here with Jerome par her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. I was formerly stationed with the (.r.*....t nt1yrrtl.... of .....n* ....,
: Ladles' Easter dresses "hoe",'1 ents. Senator and Mrs. C. E. Nollman.Mrs. 35th Fighter Group! Johnson try tiro| .rv, tin made. aver
I n.I"", nnlf. of plume.- I'arnmAfrmj -
ui jJd,, ? 'fiats and hand bags. Neweststyles Johns. Roy Matthews and Roger Field I. Tokyo Japnn. 1lrs.VII- *. 1lnr..r.. fnim all otrr t..>. LAVOKATOIllrOHTOILKT

at Stump's. j I II Mrs. W. J. Churchwell will return Matthews of Falatko were (guests Clams and young son Ricky have World. Free or.n llml'na.; Ir17LTIRLl.9

EASTER: I Mrs. Emma Creech returned Saturday from a weeks' visit Wednesday night of Mrs. Mat-,I I been mnklny their ho,/ ie with Mr. E. A. STKOUT r.'"',u TV AfiKNCYItr : .. )

I Tuesday to her home In St. Augustine in Miami with Mr. and Mrs. T. W. hewa' son-ln-lnw and daughter. i and Mrs. T. S. Williams In Starke >pri'NMtt(
I after upending a few days I|Curuthers. ,Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dowllnpr.Mrs. I for the pant several months. F. U. HOLI.lNflSUOKTII! SKI: J. J. PIEKSON t

lEN'S SHIRTS hero as! the guest of Mrs. O. .1.\\ Mrs W. M. Thomson and children i R. M. I e. Mrs. K. 3.Dowllng I Mr 'and Mr. W. B. Coker ofi 116 S >. Walnut! St. n OATKVMP

Griffin. Freddy< and Marjorie Ellen and Mrs! Wtmlejr' Andrews i I Jacksonville will spend. this! weekend ( IILAMHINU, .....A.I .
j I' For wedding portrait MM T. returned to their home in I l lost Thursday In II.
Blue or Tan D.\\ have spent | with Mr. and Mrs E. trATT1taMMFM: of all kind rrnovat'ili t J
,i Oshnrnp. See ail on pare 4. Lloyd after enjoying a two weeks' (Jacksonville.. furnltum u>hi>ltrrt and PAY (/I Mil 1 Sea in* before you
Mr. and Mrs. Woodfin Halle Smith.At reflnl.ltod. IrniUs Curd sell) :your Junkml ......, butter. .Ion.rniliiiior ". t
visit here with Mr Thomson'sparents 3t our prlres before buying Will i
2.69 I SiM.U' hobby !Shop JIHI IIAHTIM1M MATTItKHH (0., Lea *, innini and .trop. iron.
and children; Linda Sue and Sandra I Mr. and Mrs. F. F. your Easter dresses shoes, hats find full color Christian picture, tie, !'..link.. Via. I* Highest prune i> old.I JitrksiinAuto .

Formerly 3.50 r Kay, of Orlando arrived Wednesday Stump. They were accompaniedhome an:I hand l.alt"' Slump's.Mrs by "Hnlliimn.Mr, "tk.i>Wrecking ii at 4'J-W(::0.Mtark, Phone. iHllvJn If 't,

I' to spend the remainder of by Mr. Thomson, who spent A. F. Sauls and Miss! and Mrs. W. Dowling: INHIWANCI3 Hiilumiibllri., liability writ all line and : fire lit.,. I

I the week with Mr. Halle's parents Sunday here.Children's "',ouHo Snyder spent Tuesday in and Mrs. R. M. Lee attended the Boy m* for your liiHuranc nond HAI.K.MMAN. WANTED-Illltrut Indn ", ti
W. G. Haile. >. Wfiliiwrlnhi, Jr 141 Kane. Nee ItitwnllBlt Prod 11015. tlonilnwarhy
Mr. and Mrs. I Easter dresses and :.Jacksonville. Automobile) races in Jacksonville Cull N. 1 strum I'hon Ufo? tf lofntlon. .p..n. \Vrll' toiliiy. I
| Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martin shoe' at Stump' Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Register afternoon. Hawli'ltfh', Opt. FAC-JJ3-I'' t
Jacksonville.Save Sunday awl M i>,it>hi>. ".lIn. liP
} k spent Monday in Mrs Peggy Forehand a student (Sr, and Miss Alice Holton npent FOR BAI.H- -uili.oon.' noun*.
n+n' x money buy jour Easter at Duke University' in Dur- 'Sunday in Tampa with Miss! Hol.on'lI our H. O ym., mark Kc: .II..nt'vonditluii. 'Cm HA Mi.!-W* hnvo. those Bondlryr ly I \
I Mrs. Wall Presents ououolod Uy owner until
youtm! at-SttiitJp1 ''ham' N. '!'ttif spend th 'week. mother, Mrs. Clara Holton. inritntlv.' yvttra/tly*. convnoIor : now wiink rady.old unit Also CM ynuner or. Wan-pallets ,
Judge and Mrs. E K. Ferryman uncle and aunt Mrs. Frank Hemingway In RecitalMrs. lot Kor 'Information writ t
:lend hero with her Mr. and Pupils .. din Poultry jrarm, 8 mil* north .
Oalneevllle -
N. vlln tICS
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A spent Wednesday and Thursday Col. and Mrs. T. T. Long. While, are upending this week In Jacksonville or Tlophon i I43SJ. rrlr> of Walilu._np IK t
5 fi t Jacksonville track Inlaw and Mal]-1 Wall, prominent) 10.500. It
here she will attend the with their son- J"OH I:4AJ.J.I.! sewing machine
4d festivities at the U of F In Gaines I daughter( Mr. and Mrs. Hal Al- Starke music ,.lBt-lId"r, presented In perfect. running "rd..rt'.0. HooAir .
,, Marian Mcruo, tilcnlcd young WANTED Tn graft your {'.,.n. *. A 1>. 1, box ,
CITY LIMITS GROCERYand ville. Mrs. D. C. Forehand exander. and pitrnlmmun Irma toy Kill h.Hampton. IIO-A $t.rk.. lip t t
1If Albany ,Ga., will also spend the i Scott's Hobby Shop ban unique daughter: of Mr. and Mra. Uarney Sip 1111NVKHTMKNT .

SERVICE STATION weekend here with the Longs. I gold trlmnwd pottery.Mrs. McRae of St.tik in a piano recital OPPOnTUNITTAportmint won MAIM-Jerre:: Ivory *ro Ulu .

Igoe Mrs. Gerald LeRoy, daughter of I J. W. Klncald spent the lout Friday afternuon at the : liullilliiK. xcptlonally wood oven kll.'h.n hot mAir water Ha.reservoir warmIng -,

STAPLE & FANCY Crawford Phillips of Starke left I week-end In Tampa with her par former' USO. Ala,) on the program Well located.iinltn.. Seven All uoeul baths>'''':',shows fourteen blue. pollh* and
water tank plumbing K niixdil. -
GROCERIESGulf here Wednesday to join her husband ents Mr. and Mrs A. C. Durden. were sight i oiaer musicallyinclined pIcndM return. See Jam. ID. Wllmm ICxr ll.-onndlllun.. Al*<. I Ih'
at Los Angeles California. I, Mrs. C. C. Shepherd and< daughters young people' of Starke soil Call:. rlt. It I-U box, Haarlda. H. ,.. Omorilv ,

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Oil Products Hlark lipLAKS
:Mr.: LeRoy, a member of the U.S. I Patricia Ann and Martha and Bradford
Navy, was recently transferredfrom 'Jane, of Lake City! were guests Opening the program at 4 o'- FOR SAI.EWINDOW S KHONT property fur pale.
A. tMnklns and Mottle l60 ,t. on I'"r.cll*. take fly 606
of Mr. and Mrs. C. clock Jo Ann t
the Cove Springs Wednesday .
11th St. & Temple Ave. ( Green SASH ft. deep i 10 inllr Hlfl of Stark
Naval Base to California. )! Knight. Sue Blgga rend !'It<1 an l piano un haul. 100 I llm"on hl... ,H"* '

4ii I 4i duet "Rou ll KldrrV!
mann). which was fallowed by dried "J >ot-A LifeTime"cypriNM i
i Marian's flr'appearanca playing, Manh. Only 8(10( wln- : -Man with. mat tn work f
1 sores of rand lend at oMvlimit ,
"Fur Ells.!" (Beethoven) and dow In luHit .1.&.... no hurry In. n* shale. cropper or a* '
"Walta In A-Flat" ,U.-ahmftl. All renter n. II. ll.nnttlit. I,' hoe.
In.... mark Itp .U
I/- of Marlan's solos were performedby HAWKINS BUILDiN'rSUPPLY ;

memory.An CO. VClll HA I.I'!-JO whit foghorn lay t ,
solo 'SpanishRance" \ Inir hn II. 50 .aoh. AIJ accordion I ..
1430 W. Beaver Ph. 4-1670 rhli-k apathy brooder ) H I.
Moszkowskh) by Alvin' K. II. chunk Un* .'-A. RI. 1.

I II ,... ..- Lewis was next and thereatter l Jacksonville" Hlark. lip 1

I .r Marian presented her a"cond set KOI HAI.K-Rlxclrlfl' Mwlnn ,n..

I YOUR CREDIT IS .lOOluAT DENMARK FURNITURE. CO.:- I I of piano olo', "Scarf! DAnce'Ifhsmins'c FOR 9AL'-.I..r rvlMlllt J n.m.1 I f'hln..t Ht.rk.._J. 1'tb.rt.. Motor it,

.. ( ) and "Y..llow Ion.quiia" liiKton Portable 'fyWwrit.r' ,
ANNOUNCING ARRIVAL Work and louku Ilk* n w. All KOIt HAt.B-.ni7. Plymouth In goad
i WE SELL GRENARD (Johanning) worn part w.r" plurml with shape In.iulr. tam ltonbi,
I I A piano duet, "Parody Review"ii new 0"". Inrluillnir all l I..tln.i ICe fall .ir...t_lip
..... Of A New Shipment of end r..lob.r rull.... Types black
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= or red l, nml him. ninny other ftnrm. "> >>ll rtl.P 0 room furnl.hxl house
I.ri>p l>y ami, eao It. irk j In plt.rfcfc with all!! modern ron- ,
s!I1 'd: cxa Pride of Florida 1.15. Krailioril"' County Tl'"Kraph. !enl.nr.a000' 1ninlr| R J. I
nhmnr, or phnn 14, rllark. I tip
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2i MU I BALK Ji "'" farm l'/i' liilUnBH
FOIt "
i' w" ( HHI.n. rryor In any amount
EA Innerspring Mattresses : boon mi, water, .f.clr.'II l ). Modern vlruiiluMulomatlu ,I.\I, nmrkct. prices, M. .l..ittaruisll.A <
hut water healer vaM mile. aouth Htmrk on f
I llnvlll highway lit. 1, hnv
wuHhvr, atutlon-
w list sink Almtrlu
1 cry lul.., p..fHn and fruit trees, 1111. It,. I
Size : ; : 'I'ICQ ....ul.l. KariiK. ututpp-t| a. t hlck..n -
& Double l.7. ; mil HAI.I7 t-plae. wclnnt dining
z ; ; ; farce. strawberry t>..10.l In. .. '
1 room nult and a 4.pl't* llnttfinil '
At The Old Price All rash to or mov tirnw*. lit.Owner I, box voiupi'llBil I IS.tll.rk. -. .. ... Innulr' at Bradford CountyT.regrsph.
M. Itp

49.95 : H. l.. I10WKL.U Hplrltualiat \ I Pdlt nPiT-1 storage. werebnus..
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ii:tftt m and County, Medium II',."and......ilvalur. I tell Dial you.xrd | "near"m. Klnrk Prrnr' 1I'1a.M rkt. It.'A New-liP'

Measure your windows Fit Ticks houn north of Conk': Hiurit, ':
Plain & Fancy I III. 2UO tf Mtp 4-11 roll CALF Fnrnltur for a ironmtiiiuM
McCALL loud condition. JPHr'; 'lnprlcfil i
your house with cedar or metal .d .....IMNJ loon Hm r. PI Otaoar. W*.>- i
Jolla. mnrnlnnd triwt. rltrlio. ItpPOFl 1
blinds at a very reasonable price. We also have a lower priced In- The Only Pattern HPKVRVnllHATMI.KTK; INMTRUt17'UIOBPlwlu "A'I"r""tnrnA'r.11 ,

pines, nod h..tt..b..Ia.. IV* Mr.
II In Small Monthly Payments nerSpringtlaltress with Box With A PrintedCulling I.INF.MENrNHTIII'rTIIN: oh.rt IKwId. Mldlk. near Koyrtnn -
H...l...h|*. lip ..
UDInJJ' Springs to Match ________ 39J9S Line UI'AILL>-l-ATltULMI WANTBD: -.M..n or woman for .ft.rnnon J
v- motor route.TAke. .
{WhatNot trade-ins for SEWINGACCESSORIES 'M 1 ('14':JtKB .. hout n..p..n..r. S\40 rixHr. from t 1n 1
liberal A IIMOR 6:1114
Stands We ,Rive .
COMER CHAMBRAYungiighthears. m dsii.n' .n"'* Un dun.rtr \ t
the old mattress and prlnpSIX' HFKRJ.: WOUKKItHWKATIIkill rush. or hond rate. anlrd.hour. far far und allow mlt. .1 '

: 'OIHKHVKKHAnd *n<<., hnntm, ai..t llhri. nfnfnl* .
12.95 I many other skilled' arer..iulred ion for W.II..r P. Wee...-.
: Q nr THREE Co3 SpringsHeavy I fop penratlin/ th*. flrrnlitflflu' "-...., The J..or..I. I '
# Heavy and up nw Heiilr Army Jt lakes ap40.000 Fnrkftonvlllo. Pte.' tip ,
SHELVES 7. 7D CORNER proeimstely mn oa month tokeep
replaremenlp up ktrenicthnil '
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WVTKr>--tnn or women for *
steel frame 80 there are bundr.d. of rood op> .
angle rotary. Must Sala dletsrtnn r>ir.IVP" .
Fits in the corner and saves space I I"'CU'"II.. avada1.l.. .Ic ).unor nn good Ann "t>.IL '1'G.G'. ii'I
Jollie between It ant at Incluilv (17 d I
Juniors in Coils Stabilizer on both aides with work *t one and to mn tn TalInhnNMr "
parent e
for DO fl'vy dnrln' *; r HrlInttir I. .
zes IIERE SINGLE & DOUBLE I II' New higher pay, pin food, rlothIn *.*..1"... Charley f!. John '
from 9 to 15 OPEN AN ACCOUNT *, quarter, dental and medli-al It y
I mere make I h.. Army a arnartrhnlne. I
>f mrft.fffjfr rf* 1 r 111 Illll of flight dura. 'fI't I't"1.-1 U ton lon. wh ;. ,,
ftly .. l b'*
fashioned tlonal tendril ,
of Ice Refrigerators I for Ih. who en. ford triirk. with 1144 motor. AL. ,
Ice Refrigerators list and serve at leant thre month ill. II llvhtlv. n*. er I' i before official. termination of war.Threeyear ans. Snhes.. J. M..rlc* Cd- .
Chambray in
JUST ARRIVED I enllntmenle allowehnln. wards. Htark. tfHAI.K I .
NEW SAVE MONEY BY of branch of aervlr from
ue- Pink brown OF HEAVY SHEET METAL Economical Select Yours Now I II Clothes ; those rlll "p.n. and overaaa. the. I"IIJ( --;:;;;;;-t/ ;;; ;; : flsttir*.
Making Your Own afro' with opus quota*. stork. I ,
I Oct J: :.'I.thnn.1 Army retlrmenlplan ; lnnrh.nnsrr.iroo
aqua.OBBINS' Draperien and other fact from the 11.$. Th.*tr... Hr r .'*ln. .
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I FACT YOU CAN'DO.lETTER AT and Curtains I ICt Army Kxrrultlnir Utatlon .136 Poet- I
IT'S A I cftl.).'* Ulila-, Ualn.evlll., ria. ron RENT:: house .ii| Kli...l.v It
lake. modern ..t>nynl. '.nt>.*. A I.doimrtmont. ., ,
FURNITURE BAIUIAINS In ud radio. and .t>rtrlo stove, DENMARK CO. radln-phonoKraphil Pay a* little furnl.h.d' Mr.. .1. M. Mltrh""..
JOHN I : T T 2ALnQy a. II a wuk. ';om l.l. *atl.,."- let W. Mdlo. HI. ale N
lion r
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"I STARKE. ALA. f3VVVS ba<-k.. HIIBfllKKD!: RADIO HKKVltJC 'A.TJOItATJON": A!"> r,,- "Af('. )
PHONE I Court at Madlon *trt.. NO Mr*. H. L., Dtarlln*;. Ill:! t
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at a higher price, they will nOL . SOS. . Geneva was visiting her son and Mrs. A. M. Richards, who had Loper and children were guests' Wm. F.

Hints To HousewivesON II wear as long. Look for closely daughter-in-law, Mr. and :Mrs been the guest of Mrs. Annie K. of their parents, :Mr and Mrs. A. Norman

nUVIINO SIIKETS: woven threads of the same size Hampton Robert Myrick, Friday of last Norman In Jacksonville for sev- It. Kelsay, in Hampton Friday of Rites Held Monda

and number running lengthwise week.R. e/al: ) days, returned horn with Mr. last week.
i Before sheets ask
buying yourself
Mrs. M. C. '
these questions and decide I and crosswise. ny IIween.yCIII'ltCII M. Crosby, Lavon Crosby and aid Mrs. Rlcharde. Walter Swindell< was a business Funeral services for

F what point to look for: I j What Is the best size for sheets? OF GOD REVIVALThe members of the R. R. Crosby family Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Parker and visitor In Jacksonville Frldiy and Franklin Norman, 60 vie?*

Doe It pay to make sheets at I An ample sheet wears better thana Rev. Key, of the Church ot are III at this writing, and we I daughters, Clarissa and Andrea, Saturday.W. last Friday night at his holnt(

home The actual cash saving for skimpy one. For an innerspring God, is conducting nightly religious wish them all a speedy recovery. spent last weekend with relativesand S. Sibley, Mrs. H. Sibley of Starke were held bfonar(

each sheet made at home is said or deep mattress, 108 Inches services in his large tent Mr. and Mrs Owen McRae were friends in Tampa. Starke, and :Mrs. Delaney Dick- noon at 2 o'clock at the *
In "
J to tie about ten cents. However, Is the best length, especiallyfor tabernacle which Is' pitched adjacent visitors to Lake City Monday. En- Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bozemanare inson attended the Singing Con- A Long Branch Cemct.4.

there la another point to consider. double beds. If on a cot or to Main street. His auto route they were guests of Mrs. now Farm residents, living: in vention at Kingsley Lake. Sunday retired farmer, he Is lilt

Often better quality sheeting In a single bed with a thin mattress, trailer la parked nearby, and the McRaa's parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. the upstairs apartment in the afternoon. ,, by six doubters, Mrs 'ieh

bought to make sheets than la a 99 inch length might be more Rev. and Mrs. Key reside there A. Conner, in Lake Butler. Coiner home. They formerly lived Mrs. James Moore of Valdosta, vin Starke, and Miss Mrs. Vllh Ski! :!

v ,6 purchased In ready-made one satisfactory. These are the while the meeting progresses Everyone Is urged to remember I : in Sebring. Saturday Mr. and, Ga., was the guert of her aunt Jacksonvhle; Elizabeth No

Which wUl wear longer, bleachedor lengths before hemming. The Mrs. Key la an excellent guitar Pine Level' Baptist Church Services -'Mrs. Bozeman visited Mr andMrs. Miss Ida Hagan, :Monday. Green Cove; Mri Fear' p?,*

j or unbleached sheeting If you common widths are 63 Inches for tat and assists her husband with every Sunday morning and Connie Bozeman In Gainesville Truman Dickinson and Junior Mae Spring, hire r.
s e Want a sheet that Is white, smooth single, 72 Inches for twin or the meetings for the young peo- evening and the'prayer service Her were in Starke Monday Ben .Orland'), Vn",i. ,
ey Opache,
and soils less easily, buy one that three-quarter, and 81 or 90 inches ple. They extend a cordial invitation each Wednesday night.State J. W. Ritch and :Mrs. P. D. night, W. Norman, Green eon-

la already bleached. If strengthand fur double beds. to all to attend these SOS . .1 rancher, Jr., attended the funeral .Mrs. A. H. Kelsay of Himpton I Leroy, Charles CD.covj .
durability are the first consideration How many sheetsdo I need? It gatherings. They are residents of services for Senator Scaled in James Norman Dem, ,
( was visiting frier. i and relatives High
e'' buy unbleached mus Is to have adequate Atlanta, Ga..Thursday. of I SPIt
economy an FarmBy Perry Thursday last wooh. Returning here Monday afternoon.E. I Richard Huey, and
lin. Avoid home bleaching, other Bobbh
number of sheets. Allow 6 sheets with Mrs. Fancher
with night of last week a S. and Ira Sibley business mM, JacksonvilleW;
were ()
than gradual whitening tx::
for each bed for greatest con- Mm. Bryan. WMtfleMniUTIIDAY Miss Patsy..Mmer -oG, Perry ,who MJss Frances
laundering. number of young folk attended . e . ... !..visitors to GainesvilleMon- Vnrman, ftDd
F I '' venlence and, service. This number visited Mr. and Mrs. Fancher untie I liana Rowe
I What la the most durable tirade meets' emergencies and givesa the Salvation Army party held at day. ; a brother G"",
Tuesday. ,
of sheeting Heavy weight mu-' rest between laundering, which the residence of Mrs. Land near CELEBRATIONIn Mr. Sun Rise Easter Services will!: Norman, both of HlshlanSTART I
and Mrs.
lln .which Is not sized (that III, one; makes sheets last longer. Theressa. honor of the birthday of Ruby McDonell be held at the Salvation Army
of Gainesville
'& without starch) la the most durable Follow the same suggestions in Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Kram their little granddaughter, Mar. and Mrs R. p were McLcr.Oon visitors: of Mr. Camp on Easter Sunday morning, -

sheeting. Although smoother,, buying pillow cases. merer were supper guests las got Barkley, Mr. and Mra. W. G. and Sunday. Saturday /5:41: April 6. Everyone It urgedto '

fr 1, ', and finer! grades may be purchasedw I Clip and take these reminders Wednesday night of the Rev. and Stringfellow were hosts at a family Miss Roberta Whitfleld. studentat attend! this service. I 'I ,011

with as you go to buy sheets: Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott in Starke. party at their home Sunday J ,..
you FSCW, Tallahassee
I was -- "
Grade-heavy white muslin. Mr. and Mrs. Robert F Touch afternoon. home from Thursday until sun-I \-\

JUST RECEIVEDA Strength <.... firm, close ,weave ton, of Bell, were visiting friends The lace covered dining room day when she went to. Lcesbur to CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION I
with the threads equal In size here Thursday of last week. table was centered with a :cake: :begin her practice teaching.

Carload Of and number across
; down. son returned home Friday of last reported to Jacksonville :Monday
two burning tapers and it was en-
for thickor
Full-O-Pep Stock Size-length 108 In. week following a brief visit by Match 24, for duty at the Duval
99 In. for circled with an effective arrange F
medium mattresses, auto to Welford, S. C., near Spar County Armory as National Guard THE BALI
Feeds thin mattresses, width suitable to tanburg. They were accompanied ment and of calendula fern. The California selected color poppies Sergeant Instructor ROLLING TO HEALTH''

bed. homo by Arthur Watterson, who' BY BOWLING
Sizing-free from starch dress I. will visit his brother, M. I.. Wat- scheme was further emphasizedby . . . ..
Y tall candles In colonial glass
e If1r ing. tersnn, and father, John W Wat holders ,
rt terson, here for a while. TheressaBy OUR ALLEYS AM
Mr. and Mrs. Strlngfellow wrre
Big Turnip ShownA Lynn Hall of Dasher, Ga., spent assisted in hospitalities by their Eva Mac Trlest SMOOTH AS GLA

blue top turnip weighing the: past week here with relatives daughter, Miss Melba SUIngfel- . . . .

and measuring 24* He wan joined over the. weekend low Guests included Mr. and
seven pounds circumference was IV Mrn. Hall and their daughters, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, W. L. Wall, Miss Ono Mae Raulerson of
Inches in
office Margaret and Luc He. Mrs. Mae Dickens, Mrs. S. K. Lake Butler, was a recent visitorof STARKEBowling
brought to the Telegraph's
Billy Noegel, who Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hinson and Brownlee, all of Starke, and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. James Swindell.
v Tuesday by
raised It on his farm located approximately family spent the weekend in Earl Johnson and her son Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Loper and

two miles west of Lakeland, Ga., with her brothers, of Metter, Georgia. Lovely gifts children and Mr. and Mrs. Hen PHARMACIST'

Starke. The giant vegetable was Audrey and R. V. Turner. were received by the young hun- Loper and children were shoppingIn Alley

one of a row planted last December Mrs G. P. Wadsworth was a oree as mementoes of this: happyoccaston. Starke Saturday. Phone 61 STARKE
bra and Mrs. H. D.
May of
Noegel In his table garden.One recent visitor to Palatka.
Hampton were Sunday afternoon On-the-Minit Service Temple Ave. Starke, F!
Mr. and Mrs Onard Parker and After having visited Mr. and guests of "Aunt" Ida Hagan.
factory rebuilt Knmlngton son, Buford, of Homestead were .
Mrs. J. M. Bradley for several Mrs Maurine Brinson and
portable typewriter. like new, $35.TELEGRAPH. tf. weekend guests here of relatives. days Mr. and Mrs Reese Bradley daughter, of Bainbridge, Ga., were baby .0 ---- -,- ----

Recent visitors at the home of and their son, Jack Wayn, returned visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Longer Wear .
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn, ot to their home in Jacksonville James Swindell, here Friday,. and I

Hampton Lake, were Mrs Lee Wednesday. Saturday. Through Expert Repel,

Yatrs. of Chadburne. N. C., Mrs During the pas'', weekend Ilr. Mr. and Mrs. George Ezell and

T. E. Duncan of Gainesville, and and Mrs. G. S Chambtrs of baby, of Jacksonville, spent the NEW LIFE FOR OLD SHOES

Mrs. Purvu Hazen, of Ocala. Mrs. fuoksonvllle and Mr. and Mrs' weekend here with her' parents,
Duncan and Mrs. Hazen also Earl Chambers and family of,1.lve
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. lIer t>y. BIGGS & BAKER
visited their uncle and aunt Mr. Oak were guests! of :Mr.: and Miss Martha Home of Hampton

'' Ful-O-Pep Broiler and Mrs. Lacy J. Wynn, while 'Mrs. J. E. Chambers.Mr. spent the weekend here with Miss 105 W. Call St. Starke, Fla.

FEED for fast, economical fRR. here.Mr. ard Mrs. Bard 'Gale and Ruth Sibley.

and Mrs. Marvin Williams daughter, Sharon, of Palatka, Mrs. Dan Loper and Mr. Ben
featheredeUowIDehaakedbirds.d entertained Mr and Mrs. Stringerof were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J.
... -
d Fortified with special sources of : High Springs Sunday. W. .Woodward Sunday. ...
Vitamins and organic salts to Engagement In. that period -
Mr. and Mrs A. C.: Davis and
build big frames, sound bone when a girl Is placed In IIOU-| Mrs. Lottie Watterson of 4 'yl.JJ.
here children, Joyce and Clifton, spent IF tuition's DATIN'imiie: + Itl\
and meaty birds. Come la and, ... talre confinement.<< Gainesville, spent Monday vii
talk with ua about) the Ful-O.. 4 -.' "','* rlnltlng friends.! Saturday and. Sunday J'wtth Mi' 'W611flN'' 'W't. i :
Pep Plan of railing broilers;.. j I'_ Miss Martha Home i has been a end Mrs. JJ W. Eddy In' Wa'.JoMr. '(, -THIS ATLANTIC! EQUALSlirr J&B.1'VB
let us show how My wife always becomes' historical : and Mrs. ,J..A. Bouvier Lrouhe ". TASTED THE WORLDFOR "
b you you may late.You recent guest of Miss,Ruth SibleyIn were : : -- ,'. ; ANYWHBRS.IN .
Increase your broiler profits the when I stay out guests of Mr and Mrs.. Cecil Me- -
hysterical. Theressa. .. .
Ful-O-Pep Way. mean
Rae and in McIntosh
family Sun-
Visitors to the district 1w
No, historical She, dig up shopping r
In Galnenvllle last week included day.Mr. '
my peat end Mrs. The Premium Ala
M. C. Roberts
entertained -
and Em-
5 Mrs. T. F. Brown sons
aa their guests on et the Popular Prke
take ory and Frank, Mrs. F. D. Eiland separate rf
Canhlrri I'd better aweek
occasions last J. .
weekend N.2authcrn
rest beauty and children, Mrs Majy Williams,
off and My
and Mr. and Mrs Odell TLN ICl
Mrs/ Horace May, and Claude '
lit fatting.' Cauthern of Gainesville and :Mr. 'CALL US --J' ..._
BOMS What make you think May.Mrs. and Mrs. Ivan Williams and family
Ana R. Guy returned to _
1" Cashier The men are beginning her home Tuesday after spending Mr.of Lulu.I and Mrs. H. M. Richard ,U of Oood Cheer" '
their the past two weeks in Starke with t tYi
e e r. to count change. PHONESTARKE \tO
her Hon and daughter-in-law, Mr. and children, Jane and henry,
wt-re In Jacksonville Sunday. At
You'll need to count and MI'!!. Fred Guy.
We Also Carry A never when patronizing: Mr. and Mrs Ed Silcox and that time Jane and Henry enjoye-l! TAXI SERVICE
your change
family, of Raiford moved into the stage performance of "Snow

r, High Quality Line our IB station.an accurate Our changemaking a.. our 114.....-. our community last week and are White and the Seven Dwarfs". -- U'
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vice. Give WI a trial., occupying the upstairs apartmentsof
of Hardware and the Recreation rail.

GULF OIL PRODUCTS The 3-H Club enjoyed a weiner

Farm Implements Washing Polishing roast party given at the home of

Greasing Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith Monday -

night. Approximately seventeen -

Temple & Lake: young people were present, i/
farmers': Supply Service Station . . . /

HIKE MARUCA, Owner Phone 179'I51 Pine LevelBy ] ----

._ ._ l\!":.II.: M.. McRae _
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Church services at Pine Level

CANNON And %WEBB GROCERY Baptist Church, conducted by the r
pastor! the Rev. W. E. Hall, were ,

well attended Sunday, with approximately -
FAR AND NEAR there's
an ever-growing
200 attending Sunday
Friday & Saturday Only School. demand for )Jax Beer. Deep in the 'Glades Or

_h _, _" Mr. and Mrs Arthur McRai in historic Charleston when beer lovers ask fqr

No. 2 1-2 LEKOPineapple were visitors to St. Augustlna AXthe] southeast's famed regional beer, they
Sunday. expect to get it. '

PEARS .15 Miss Barbara Conner of Hell- So just as we started right in to modernizeand
bronn Springs was the dinner ;reequip the JAX brewery the minute materials teryryXr

guest of Miss Shirley McRae Sun- and scientific brewing equipment became Iway r s

8 Oz. JARSweet day.Mr. available, so also did we begin to
and Mra. L. D. Green and
truck and yeR
our transport fleet. enlarl/
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hallman, allof
Jacksonville, were visiting their To get lAX Beer to you quicker and

uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. H. From the brewery' great ageing vats. we> eve

Pound Can.PHILLIPS M. McRae. Sunday. Mrs. Green added 10 new trucks and two largc'trailer
will be transports (each with the capaci tf a railroad
and Mrs Hallman remembered >

PORK & ,BEANS .. .. ... .13 as the former MUsea Ada car) to our transportation fleet* .. .spending...j is only more part thin oj, ur modernization program in which wee
and Eva Stephens. f a quarter of a million dollars to give
Mra. feusle Myrick of Lake you better service/The trucks and transports alone represent

No. 2 CAN P. Z. an expenditure, more than $56,000.

It Is we l/tp remember that such purchases as these are
Blended JUICE 2 for .15 '
r Tailor-Made made locaty wherever possible because we believe in spendingour !

1 SEAT COVERS I monei in the area we serve

'f IMSi well to remember, too that it is impossible to male
11 Oz. PKG. FANCY :1
J better because it's as good as beer can possibly be made

Seedless RAISINS .15 : f so we're improving our service to you in every way we can.
- We
want to
give you every reason: to say with pride that JAX
is your favorite beer

Picnic HAMS OR WHOLE HALF Ib..49 i ncht Wouldn't lIow1i. you like ,a refreshing class of golden JAX Bee'JAX


Lean SPARE RIBS lb. .49 All Work Guaranteed 4 qe


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itects .
as the H
Innovationse type" "bungalow ranch I' D. Simpson, Jr., Regional Sugar ----- -- i J JI

InEdwards structure. include cross- Executive, said In Atlanta. NEWS ST. MARK'S EPISCOPALThe ''to all those
Used ventilation ABOUT present
provide by 34
windows "While
I. Home 200 daytime lighting through good foor Spare ten Stamp pounds 11 right will on be COLORED PEOPLE:: !I Church News\ Rev.. T. W Crcasey, supply I' The school meets every Tuesday -

al glass blocks and a built-in through September 39, we are hopIng pastor of St. Mark'lI Rplscop.il( same time same place. All :
Wai Liber of modern Innovations upholstered breakfast nook. the sugar supply will make It Hy W. \V. Parker Church hero yesterday announced are welcomed. I II
,h Klcntlal construction will bed The one-story building, 107 by possible to declare another ten- JCBILKE SINGERS I Pre-Easter Revival the following schedule of services I
28 MIKE!:
in the home of Maurice feet will be situated in a 370 pound stamp good on July 1." IIISTOHY i At Christian Church for Palm Sunday: Church echo ('.RI) (!F TIIXNKS

100A Is, now being Stark on by 200 foot lot. Over-all cons- tlmpaon said. Well. I'll tell folks at IDa. m., morning prayer( and We wish to express our appreciation : .
truction you
000, In West e. Be-, will consist of concrete Ho emphasized, however that what's happening.The just sermon at 11 a m. for the beautiful flowers j.
"t continuing! slow delivery with concrete roof tile, and these ten-pound Thursday of /
flooring. stamps are not Gospel Jubilee Singers of next week holy ami kindnesses of neighbors) In 1
essential materials thef "bonus" and that communion will ba '
Lincoln administeredat
tain sugar must
City need! "
nuth The home will no Introduction, the recent death- of beloved
\ the Bradford Engineering include three bedrooms still be used carefully He also under the management 7:30: a. m. and 7:45: p. m. There our .
to a two baths and a two-car pointed out that Veteran it, will be scrvlcoi husband. and uncle Albert Bronke.
;( : hesitated predict there will be no Ulysses! Clark, who has braved' the ; next Friday (Good !
Lr, completion of his new I garage.. special stamps' set aside this vear mighty deep sea water and Friday) at 10 a. m. and 7:10: p. "1. I 1 Mrs.. Albert Bronke I
returned y
lad Vie' .It may take a, y ear. I for canning sugar as the"t n- home to dedicate hto: time I air and Mrs. A. Hartmann..

apIv I Spare Stamp 53 pound stamps should prove sufficient to the States with his .'li inartists. I Bible Story HourOne ; I I fl
work Is finished and Inns to cover all neccessary I I
m Must Be Spent are widely recognized -
the structure home uses of !
,, sugar hundred children
are including through thj harn;ony of and four : .
vldo the latest in heating!Before April 1st canning. Alonzo Hudson, loader) ; Kobcit adults wore present" at the non- 1 r : '
11. :usdescribed as a "radi I Wade, 2nd leader: Roosevelt! Hud denominational Illbla /school Tues Op
ipnh. ating system" which warms Housewives were reminded this C of C DriveContinues son, 1st bass; and Henry Jackson x dny afternoon at 3:30: o'clock In ... :
' ., ,or through pipes laid be- weeK by OPA that Spare Stamp 2nd bass They recently the Methodist Church recreation ,.."S""U .. I I
tile surface. Other fea- 53, currently good for five poundsof I to Bring ap building on Walnut street
peered The
,::.: a\ I In the Gainesville\ HRptlMt! .. I
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ad the. home, known to arch- ;ugar, must be '"spent" in the Good Response Church, Mt. Plsgfth A ME Church, Rev Crawford' of Ml'h'oRtVIIS .i
next few days or not at all since present with his
(;" I clt New River Allen Chapel chalk board tot
it expires March 31, one month Continued good response to the AME (,Church and will appear aPhiladelphia (>1the\ children a picturestoryof i

Msecinff Trips earlier than originally Intended.On Chamber of Commerce 1947 mem- Baptist Church In the sea. Ice CI'f.'al11Villi served>
the following'' day April 1, bership drive was reported this Waldo Sun<''tay. At all appearances Ad / i
\\rter Trigs OPA ----------- .
begins the use of ten-pound week by A. J. Thomas, presidentof the churches were filled. It

. fsnger Trips. stamps, with Spare Stamp 11 becoming the organization. you desire to hear these arttat.i,
J I I good far that amount, A. Typical of the favorable rfsponse write Ulysses Clark Mitr. GOSpel about dependable

0RDSEYE to the Chamber's request for Jubilee Singers. I i
prompt payment of dues and I ,
new Evangelist M. R. Miller
VIEW OF ... memberships, was the following n.j.K.: 111011 sellout I I Mountain City, Tenn., will assist of FIRE INSURANCE

MP BLANDING ANDGSLEY EXPERTS'' letter which accompanied a check HOLDS COMMENCEMKNT: I the new pastor) John B. Dixon. 1 en n
>,' LAKE $2.25 mailed In by Dr. Lemuel Colston: At 3 p. m. Sunday afternoon the I Iin n pre-KuMtrr: week of meetings U a a9U' t

Starke, Fla. RJE! High School held its annual,'''at the First Christian, Church, *

1e March 21. 1947 commencement exercises at Mt jgtnrke: Mr Miller will bring the ; i l
L Secretary C. of C.: Morlah M. E. Church.- ''
Rev. Damon morning message on the Fifth Sun-
:.'7UI See Starke Fromhe I am with you 100 percent in Dell delivered the graduating'''I day Convrnt'oii' of Christian 4 I;

\ Air $1 and up backing up a good, live Chamberof address, which was a masterpiece! I[Churches, March: 30. and will con- Charley E. John
Commerce for our city. I feel His subject was, "Keeping A'tlnue 1' In revivals Monday night Agency

that one of the best Investment Sound Mind". The church was fill I through Master: Sunday, Phone IS BTARKE! rLA.
!! any citizen of our countyand ed by the largest congregationever Having conducted meetings in I

the city of Starke, In particular to gather for such an event. Long Bridge Hampton Thereswi/ HILL'S ',.
I AirparkLACY SE RV ICEChas. can make Is to give fin- Other features of the program'I and Sampson city during the past. COFFEE ,
away ancial support to our Chamber of were remarks by the dean of Ed-l two months Mr Miller Is now in SHOP '". I I
Commerce. ward Waters ......
College, Jacksonville! meetings at Oraham
CONWAY C. Thanks for the Dean I 151 WEST CALL ST. RsM-.ails. TH!TRAV.i'I 1
privilege of sup- Thorpe Prof. A. O. Jen- A welcome awaits you In the I
K. M.\ STUART porting the Chamber of Commerce Icins! who has spent 43 yearn at ''Stnika, meetingsChristian rrr STAUKE., r v FLA.. .. ,
ShepherdAt a professor and, has given :31 j r '
Commercial FlightInstructors 1
Respectfully years in the high chair at RJI3 I! +.
Gay's Service Station Lemuel Colson. ;and Is one' of the Counde-rp.- ,showed' ChurchesTo Driven I : f I Ic
11,000 Miles ?
\ .: President Tho-nni announced Sunday that hu had everything I Convene SundayThe
;; t'M..
t that personal. l canvnsulng for 1917! well in hand. I I
uues anu new memberships will You me cordially invited, to ntIt I f lirlxtiun. Churches! of Mrm.. ; E T
begin next week. All local business ml the Baccalaureate exercise ford, County will convene with the Pure-Sure Lubrication t

REFINEMENT and professional men and Sunday night at !S! o'clock Dean Church at Ktarlto on Sund'iy'
women will be contacted 1 who have Thorpe& will bo the principal March :SO for the regular all-day
in every necessary! detail in Service not replied by that time to theChamber's speaker and other notables will convention. Wainwright's
available locally! and widely known request by mall. be on hand. W. C. Burton chnlrmnn, announces I

it For its modest cost its wholesome that the theme of the PURE OIL
courtesy, and always tactful sympathlJ.DEWITT County Secures ICKTIIKL; : B\PTIsr ('line< II meeting will he "Kingdom RulldIng" SERVICE STATION
Services were good all day Sun- A basket dinner will beservI..1
Temple Avenue nnd Pratt Street
AcreageFor day at Bethel Baptist Church. at noon.At I,,
Borrow Pits Sunday School at 10 a. m. by I
Supt. Hankerson. All off ictra. The TabernacleThe SIrNI-IYWWINiYNIYIWNNINWIMIIYYI/aIIWNlYW1YIWINWYWWNWYWWWYW(!' '' ''' '' '''''''' '' '' ''' '''' ''''' '' '.' ''''''''''' '' . ,. -

C. JONES All but approximately three were present except Pru Z.. A. L THE FOLLOWING ) '

AMBULANCE SERVICE acres required for borrow pits In Williams, who was III with a cold. service at the Tabernacletook 'UII'.11II.1
the construction of four new con- After the 11 o'clock song serviceby a surprising turn for most Presented ''1
Funeral Director crete bridges on highway 200 have No. 1 Choir the pastor came of the group Saturday night when i The Christian Churches I

STARKE PHONE. been- transferred to the State according forward with a burning message, the, older folks "took over" and! >/ At The Church at Starke Sunday, March 30 '
to County Clerk A. J. enjoyed by all who heard it. presented the Youth for Christ ( (
Our local funeral home enables us to Thomas. The lands were the gift BTU at 6 p. m.. was Inspiringand program), presided over by R. J.Oome. SUNDAY MORNING

offer conveniences and serVice jtot ... .. of property owners concerned! after ,I the 7:30: song service .. Bungs choruses, testimonies e 10:30: A. M. Song and Prayer Service. ,
':}.tberwillJailable.. ''.. *, Thomas ,tated. A total of ap- I the pastor introduced Rav &!:. T. duets solos etc were 10-45: : A. M Welcome to Visitors! Judge A. Z. AdklnavA I I

proximately eight acres were Sayer to deliver the message.! presented and the "young people inoiue A D.vCt1olJa'rre! ;, tH&) I .
| furnish the highest type service at the lowest price' anj needed for the State Highway Services are always good at seemed to enjoy being the "con. J '11:45: A. M. Sermon.) B qv. M.: 1 B. ).fUI.. r. .' r

pt ANT life insurance policy in force Issued by ANT corn Department's projects for 'whicha Bethel. Rev.. A. Vlnson pastor..; gregation" Instead of the partici) 12:00: Noon Communion 1

r., at payment In part" or' in. full.- on a"unereL Consultation. contract haa been awarded tone O. H. Little, reporter.MT. pants. Eighteen; of the older 12:15: P. M. Roll Call. S I f

s noSeB* obligation I t -Duval- Engineering and Contracting -- group took part. 12:30: P.. M. Basket.. DI ter. '
Company. All acreage MORIAII SERVICESA Sunday morning the boys' choir 1 '. S'f'fi" ,. 'to-
not yet acquired is owned by per. spiritual day was enjoyed at led the music and Mr. Gomes ren. 'S. SUNDAY AFTERNOON ,'''i;> ', I i
Bona residing out of the state. Mt. Morlah Sunday. Supt. VVilll- dared a beautiful solo. Ni I 2:00: I*, M. .- Song and Prayer Service. .1

One'owner of property needed for hernia Rogers and her officers Sunday evening the Sponsor of i 2:13: P. M. .- Devotional by Mrs. Ira Wilson. < I 'i
Your TIMBER -- NOW! building of a new bridge south of were at their" pools fory'ml Walnut street had not been locat School at 9:30, after which: Choir' message on the "Faithfulness Of c 3:00: P. M. Election of Officers
ed early this week. No. 1 furnished music, and Ruth" and the blessing brought to '
1 3:30: P. W. Benediction.
Highest CASH Prices Paid The contractor Is authorized to. H. J. Blunt came forward Rev'j the world through her life. The .
begin work on all of the high- very befitting way and special music was a saw and vlo- J SUNDAY NIGHT f.

way's new bridges within the ed Rev Roosevelt Dell], who" delivered : line duet by Wm. Parker and W. ; 7:30: P. M Services Conducted by Rev Fred Dodd.
,county ''Immediately." construction a wonderful mesHPve! You B. MiKlnney S I

WILL BUY IN BULK on the Santa Fe River bridgeat are always welcome at Mt.1 Tuesday night the NLKA: had :. --- --- i
the Alachua County line Is well ,Morlah. charge of the service in the absence ,
OR BY TilE UNIT of Our Theme: "Kingdom Dulldlng"r
advanced. the Sponsor, and spiritual .......... ..... r l
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ALLEN CIIAI'Rt NOTES! messages! were brought by different i yANIIIYmSW111WYin"IImmmU'r'"r' '''' ('' nim"' '!" !!: ""nfA''''minm, '... ...(mIIMImIIWnnnmlmnumllA'ImA1MIWA1mIImmAAIm.AIIIAI1-Yr., .,'', ( ('''('' ,. .' '' ,
At 7.30: p. mfl the Allen Chapelleader members of the group I
and her fine staff took ever Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kreft musical -
EDWIN: W. PECK YOUR WATCH with her shepherd! Rev 1) P. evangelists, arrive with their KINGAN'S

Deserves the Best Mack. The ushers and choir were trailer today to participate In the ,1 :

1'. O. Box 463 Gainesville, Fla. on duty, and Rev. Mack presentedhis services Friday( and Saturday v
text "Lord Who Will Abide nights/ They visited here! once ,
Send Me A Postcard In The Tabernacle Of The Holy I before and brought a spiritual
Rev. 'blessing with their In
City There was one joiner. messages
And I Wilt Come To See You Mack has done wonderful work. testimony and, In song on guitar

T l"' and has 61 new members to hU I and accordion. /'' + tr I
ZUak credit since heading Allen Chapal.FLASH I

REPAIRTrustworthy FLASH' -! |St. Edward's Masses .

Look who's coming: the Famous
The weekly schedule of services I
Sisters of Jacksonville,
Trumpet -a.
st St. Edward's! Catholic Church '
KU, top notch quartette singingold
here are announced as follow. :
F. songs of the South and new Sunday MIIKS, 10 A. M, Dally 12 Oz, CAN 37c
Harley Strong
songs of the north. Don't fall t
Mass, 8:30: A. M.; Sunday school .
to near this singers at AII..nChapel.
CAMP. I1L.VNDINO JCWELF.K April 5. No admission 11 A. M.; Friday, evening devotionals CHASE & SANBORN
7:20.::! Special devotional
SINCE 1941
charge, 8 p. m.- Mass will be held next- week, COFFEE lb. - 43cGLEN
137 West Call St. I'll be seeing you. ThU is nil, which is Holy Week on Thurmlay I '.
I folks. and Saturday mornings at 8:30.: I VALLEYPEAS
Station of the Cross will be held I .
.on Good Friday (next Friday) at
3 Cans
is retained HOW 70 CtT QUIGC 7:30: P M --25c .
if!) RFl/1F tROMCOLD PAiNFUI The church Is located on Tem-
MISERIES ple Avenue and l the Rev. Father WESTERN GRADE A MEATS f r'Brisket
-4 by modern John ODuwd I Is pastor of this
6F7 666 NOW'm
f fSHflSHAt parish.. Stew 33c

-. methodsGood I s00. r.xrYas ns.n i awea ru.. g Hamburger 35c f'

All TimesSea Methodist ChurchMarch BEEF Club Steaks 59c :

30 being Palm Sunday Chuck Roast 39c 1 t '
clothes deserve the finest dry Trout Red Bass ht4 special services! Will be held! In the I
Sirloin Steak .
cleaning care: less expensive clothes Pompano Sheep Head A 4 Methodist! Church and decorations! 59c !
e demand it. Clothing left to our ex and music will be in keeping! with
Mullet Croakers
pert care always gets the kind of dry Large Shrimp the season. The pastor will use Sausage 45c !

cleaning that revitalizes fabrics a all his topic "The Inevitable Pork Chops 55c .
Cross" An' evangelistic service PORK
accentuates colors-and makes them Florida & BaltimoreOYSTERS featuring music by the Junior Boston Butts 39c : ; i
smell fresh look fresh, wear fresh. Choir, will be held at the evening Neck Bones
and stay fresh longer. Preserve and hour. - 19cFRESH .

protect your smart wearables. Bring Prayer meeting each Wednesday I
O CALIF.Carrots. CRISP i :
them in today. i st 7:30, subject: "Jesus the
Fresh Dressed & Drawn Genial".
& liens
Fryers I
{Work Guaranteed
PHONE: 135

PORT. 315 r,1agnoHaFish' Quick SerrlceEASTERN 2 Bunches lSc 2 Heads 25c

..nEEfll The Tr.I.Kflit.\ has Jut' re- .
." 9/kiIf:1 TempleAre. AUTO (0001\l 'e telU US No. 1POTATOES
Owner I Market SUPPLY rubber band Plenty o I
; strength. Four lib.. at I Do per
STARKE. FLA. quarter-pound. b....A real bargain 10Jbs.39c
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I donations and have not yet given A. Clerk of paid. Court NOTK'B' Is' tlKIIKHY nil KM TO' event that It 1 I. ,
64 ness He was a lifelong:1 rCllldent U, Luclllit C. Conner, I>. C. I I'tlH I'l HI.HI ANn Tit WHOM m..r'.. '"4
H. P. Gainey, of the Brooker Community and W.Starke Leads them are asked: to bring them to r.a.ter M. Ilurfmiin. Florida National IT IV CIrBHM' TII\T TIIMII04HI paid land lore !1'\1, 't7..,

Buried at DeadanFuneral 11 was well known as a farmer anda tha solicitor, as It Is Impossible -Fla.AItY. Hank Building, Jauknonvlllv\ : > OK OK IIIIAI CODMTV' >roni"-O r11UNTY. "MIM.HIONKHH .. ford County,,; j jAT .'t ''',li '. la 1

former member of the Board of to. 'continue, to make repeated for Pit 2.91144 418cor KI.OHIItt WILL ('AI'''H 'TO ..SOt A .

serviced for H. P'I County Commissioners and County Red Cross DriveHonors calls, often finding no one at IN: "IRCI'IT. (_..IYII..'. II.-\IJFOnIJ "UK|..:> Oalncy 8r. 64, were conducted Bond Trustees. He was a mem- home. .. !!-. .'LOIIID1' : CIIA.M- I. .."'1'.11.1.11: TALI.Al1Ana611lAaaENBLEIL : .re or JJr.4for(1 ;: ) I"n

Thursday afternoon, March 13, at- ber of the primitive Baptist for high score In the Large donations acknowledged Richard KIIV. K. Kahn "1..I.HI TUB VOLL.OWIXUII they right deem and powerototY'rlagb, ''":..
this week were: L. A. Davis $100, Kathleen I : lllrrkorttl 1 Kann.lfrefn"; t HilxlHAhlBRfiSwt1. ., :.:: o'
3:30 o'clock at the graveside in Church. residential district in the current Florida Bank at Starke $75 anKoch's dant. <'.<.. ,,,; s
Dodan Cemetery. Elder L. R. Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. Red Cross fund drive go so far ORDER OF PUBLICATION ACT aulhoilslnir. And empowering any vehlclni,, .,' ,,' ..'.
.,. Drug Store $30. AND NOTICE TO APPI ARST.TI'J I the Tlfiarrl of County Commissionersof '
prohibitive ."r"h"tT
Wasdln officiated, and was assisted Nancy Gainey, Brooker; five to Southwest Starke under the No reports from the outlying Of FLORIDA to Kathleen -_ Bradford County' I lde':3 hand or hereafter mut. ?! .n'1
The leadership of Mrs- Edward Burns, DUrkorttl Kahn, who., rent-I I levy n special tax of not to ;; Art i ;'
Elder H. L. Moody. will VhimalM
by F. Raulerson.Okecchobeo authnrlM
Mrs. A. with
daughters, districts have been received dunce /. Unknown. lone I mill annually for honpltallaa- of ..dam '
Wilson Funeral Home of Lake Mrs. R. It. Raulernon where volunteer workers have cot.lected the exception of $2 from Hell- Ynu ar. requlr.d to app.ar on Itlon of Indicant Inhabitants of said tlon or llirnuirhhi...1.!. I hnr".r. fplopb' '
City had charge of arrangements.Mr. a total of $201.80. April tn 1047 In the above n..m.4Court bounty. noulari out>ld, the
Pahokee, Miss Eva Fay Gainey. find cause, wherein plaintiff, J Cnuntitf
In thla urea, which U leading ford. Fund then>
Gainey passed away Tues- Pahokoe, Mr*. Mack Collins, Wal- I seeks dlvornn. Bradford County Jlt.HO: A RILL TO OTB ENTITLED ed over to liradrnr 10 bo
day. March 11, after a brief 111W.C.T.V. all sections of the city In solicit.ing bronn.SOCIETY Telegraph shall puhllih thin OrderIn o\N ACT a.uthorialnM' the Board of Ida and Placed in Coon",
do, Mrs. R. W. Brannen ; workers have next four weekly Isnuen.VltniiMii County Commissioners of Bradford ture Y"nd. Said Fine and Y
two Cadet H. P. Gainey Jr. the following ) my hand and official neat, County Florida, 1v deed and convey Sheriff of said (dlpnul, 10 I
sons. reported: Mrs. Bertha Pearce 17.I at 8tark, Florida, this March 28, not to <*N(>fi'l twenty A frtN off supervision and direct;'only, uM"
of West Point Military Academy 05 Mrs. Eulc Whigham 944.29! : 1947. land I In Bradford County: Forldtvto or County Cumndistenert nn of
and E. A. Gainey. Brooker: two ; (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Florida. Htnte. M'irlcMliigBureau' County. 01
Mrs. Joe Wilson $15; Mrs. Clifton AM Clerk of said Court.
Excerpt from an article brothers, U R. Gainey Brooker, J'y Lucille C. Conner. D, (*. 1 II I SeteMarketing : I TII'
C. Holtz- Woodman Circle Clerk Board uety
Mrs. B. M
written for "The! ShleM" and E. S. Gainey, Plant City: and Brown $7: It. 11. Kuncan. KIT Lynch Building Market! and said In ml to revert t..' .Ion., llraulordEASTER (C,
1917 "One fifth of all Jacksonville endotf $36; hire J. R. Kite $3; Jnrkaonvlll'. Fla. Jllradford County, Florida, In the It 'oUntl
April TIUls Met
Mrs. Loma Tuesday Night
sister, for
one Atty. Plf. 3-28 4t 4-18
..b examined are REJECTED Mrs. R. H Grlder $3: Mrs. H. L. ,
the boys 'WIHIIUHK' ,,110111'111'11111111111'0'1'!''' !!'' < '!' |
for IIKART' DISEASE trough $8.50; Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Members of the Woodman Circle! iv .'.R('" ITOMIT. BRADFORDe'OINTY
J. -
Honorary pall bearers were : KLOIIIDV IV CIIAA6111Y. -
of which 99 (caw out of every $32 Mrs. Paul Bridges met Tuesday night In the WOW <' .
100 come from the use of cigarette W. Plnholnter, Clyde Cone, Ralph other contributions $30. Hall for the regular monthly meet B"rtl.. rhlnpn McDnrto. Plaintiff v*.

*" Major Iluwton Kazen, Johnny Douglas Gilbert 1 In Northeast Starke, the second' Ing with the president, Mrs. Harry William. Edward McOnda, Jr.*, I Je.lenll..nt. CANDBeautiful

Washington Navy Yard. Gay, Malcolm Harrell, A. L. highest In the 'residential district, Lappe presiding. All officers except Cues ORDER Number OF fiSlO.PUBLICATION:
the cause of a total of $58 has been collected Mrs. T. C. Chaataln, who was
"Cigarette are Green, Jr., Guy Harrell, J. W. ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR
the downfall of more boy In with the following reporting: Mrs. ill, were present and a beautiful STATE' OF FLORIDA to: Mr. William
j Thomas, and Russell Green. New- Edward McPaile, Jr.,- ego| Mr. Boxes of
this Institution than all,''othervlcJoin Fred Maude Lappe $5 Mrs. Mary meeting was enjoyed.The ,Louise tlt."I.r, Route 1, Box 128,
I Active paIl bearers were $17 Mrs. Chas Wade $12, Augusta <1.,
.. some
combined", I ,* HollingsworthMcPhail
thalil ''Hazen, Z. W Hamilton L. A. other prize, a lovely apron In .h You are required to appear on
McGHff $7 contributions
O. J.
Dr. HutrhloHon of the Kansas Lonnie Mrs. contest of bringing the most members I April 18, 1947 In the above named
1 I' State Reformatory. I Brown, Resale Colaon. $15. Mrs. T. H. On- -Court and came, wherein plaintiff and
I. 'f I Molt, and Aubrey Hazen. borne leader was awarded to Mrs. Wes. peeks divorce A restoration of maiden -
ley Andrews. name Bradford County Telegraphnhall Whitman's
In Northwest Starke a total of publish thin order In next. four Candies
$55.25 has been reported as follow Plans were made for all mem- weekly l.auea.WltneM .
bers of the Circle to attend the my hand and official
*: Mrs. A. Z. Adklng $23.75 real at Stark., Florida thl. March Buy Now, While
District Convention which was 25. 1947.
KIncaid $14.50,
Mra. Jeanette (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Stocks Are LargeA
held In Lake Butler Thursday:
ruuFOR SALE -,-- Mrs. O. L. Beasely $15, other $2. An Clerk of paid Court.T. .
Z. Adkins leader. night. Mrs. Andrew. is first vice Frank Landrum. Starke. Florida,
16x16 Army Hutments Mrs.Southeast Starke reports a totalof president and Mrs. Lorenvia: Green Ally, for Plf. 8128.4t| -4112/ Large Variety of

is second vice-president of the iv nncriT coTur. ,
sin nFonO
the follow-
$200 EACH DELIVERED! $49.45 solicited by District. CniJNTV. FLORIDA IV: CMAH- Easter CardsALSO
i p ing; Mrs. J. :M.: Smith $18; Mr CKHY. 1

) STARKK AND VICINITY O. L. Haynes $".80. Mrs Moseley During the delightful social George Irene W. Reedy Reedy Plaintiff Defendant., v.. Evelyn Case. BASKETS

ALSO $2 Mrs. A. W. Anderson $24.65. hour Ice cream and cake were number BeesORDER p EGG DYE, ETC.
Mrs. J. M. Smith leader.A served by the hostesses who wen OF* PUBLICATION
1 complete heating unit with 41 steam total of $866.SO has been collected Mrs. Chastain, Mm. Conner and STATE OF FLORIDA to-: Evelyn 1.
business district Mrs. Kelly. Irene Itftedy. whose: residence 1.: Now Showing
radiators. in the Homervllle, M ..achu ett i:
4 hot water units with 1000-RaIlon tanks. with the following worker reporting You are required to appear on
j. "B. K. $135 Mrs. HostessTo April 22, 147 In the above named CT
Toilets and cast iron wash sinks. : Young Court and cause, wherein plaintiff J's
Electric fixtures. E. L. Matthews $100 L. A. Davis seeks divorce Pvadford County Telegraph -

\ Miscellaneous! plumbing fixtures. $250, O. S. Newcomb $105 J. H. Ladies AuxiliaryThe next four hall weekly publish l I.*.."this.. order In ,"4 I-Ua:) COUPLEl:;

Dupro $30 W. H. Graham $30, Ladles of the Witness my hand and official
! Adjustable library shelves. seal at Starke, Florida, thl. March
Harley F. Strong $25: R. E. Mun- Complete For $1.00
!+ Sheet galvanized metal. First Presbyterian Church was entertained 20, H47
, dorff $45.50. Joe Martinez $13.50. at the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
21xlS: Huildinps with Novelty Siding. Courthouse $32.50. Tuesday night AN Clerk of Raid 1 Court. Consisting of 1 Box Coty Fact
home of Mrs. Jeanette C. Youngon It 0, grown, Htarke, Fla. Attv. for ,
. 2 Inch Water Pipe. Much of the business district Madison street. The meeting _Plf_' 112S-! -4ll8 e Powder, and Sub-Tint Crean
j 3.4 Inch Water Pipe and Fittings. been and
has not yet completed began at 8 o'clock and was the Powder Make-Up
i! Lavoratories. D. A. Montelth county fund drive i
regular monthly program, business TOO FAT?
all workers to redouble Cet SLIMMER
::fit I Asphalt Tile. chairman urges and social session of the organiza-
\ their efforts to complete
Tongue and Groove 1x8 Pine Boards.
tion. this vitamin candy '
1 way
1-4 Inch Plywood. solicitation before the Mrs. Guy Andrews conducted
Have ,01 lender,_rut fig
\ No. 1 Oak' Flooring. March 31. deadune'l' the devotional service, using as (. No mnr....rehu.... Ni .iMinttvr. Koch Drug Stor
: All who have With A Vl H
, persons No drum the itmpl
:1\ Windows and Frames Complete. her topic "Above the SepulcheredSway. Vitamin Candy Reducing Planyou
Scott's ." Assisting were Mrs. K. don't cut out any me I.,
Looker are welcome at OUIrC'-pnlat.h..t.' ....
il SEE J. M. EDWARDS Hobby Shop. G. Duncan, who presented "How you univly cut thctn down. Its;
Does One Forget?", Mrs C. F. Bcittr when you enknr deacksavaamin Operating a modern prescription deparlme*
InrflArdt YDS oindyiMt "
i,; Bradford ,Engineering Co. NOTICE Ward, who gave "An Open Letterto I before....... Ahe.luiHy h nrJe.

,. ....... ._ ,. and registered
------ PHONE 94 II -- the Editor. and Mrs. May 1.;' .e..IMM I" in care of two graduated \

J 1 Dear Friends of Starke: Dickens who talked on "Chris aJ d.etam.aretl-aleepar.a-a*.. .. Mm _"..::

; .,i isd I would like to announce the Uanlty Demands a World Recon M VMft. *.::\L.Aft, ) ( I macists.WAREHOUSE .

I (opening of my plumbing tore at oiled" _r_ ., A Y"" .. I'.0......
f25 Tempi Ave., through Which I Mrs. Robert Kite, Auxiliary "...._...-111111.. "" 'I-M07-
hall endeavor' to ervemly customers over the business ,
J president presided ". e. ., '_ r ,
A I aa I have 'In the past, session which In addition to '
: ,
I with prompt; reliable service.' routine matters featured the annual -- ..

r' w. 7: ; I have a commercial credit plan reports from the secretary, '

? for people who desire It, and will the treasurer, and the chairman CLEARANCE

I carry in stock Krhler, American of the National Missions Commit s
and Parker fixtures. T
r m Standard, tee. Also at this time 50 pairs of
Also water pumps and hot water snap-on rubber overshoes and 50

heattra. boxes of assorted greeting cards.
You may call phone No. 144 for all occasions were distributed II 3-Pc.

# .'FOR EASTER during'and 1:00,the to hoursof 5:00.: We 9:00:will to be 12:00 gladto : among raise funds.,the members The president to be sold Ret to< Inch Bar Stools Blonde Bed ,Room Suit

- --- -- -- -- service you. Wednesday April 2, as the day
Edward T. Shull, OwnersnTH.ua meet at the Were $4.25 Now $3.36 Ii Was $155.00 Now $123.20
---- -- ---- '--- -- --- -- I the Auxiliary would

church to give It a thorough

cleaning.During the social hour that followed March i2
27 Through April
- Dress Shirts & ,- the hostess Mrs. Young
SPECIALS FOR served refreshments.One .

2.75t03.95 SATURDAY, ONLY factory lyfvwrHer rebuilt like Remingtonrortable new,/$U3. \WARE SOFA BED 3 pc. Living Room Suit

MARCH 29Men's TELKGRAI'11. U Was $117.50 Now $94.50 Was $210.00 Now $167.50

I:* ("RCI'IT roi'irr.ot Bu".Rn

{ Men's Suits 29.50 Dungarees (CKRY.Oeorga- -...TV..Dernar".'L01UU'IIN.Cannon Plaintiff. Jewel Radios $5 Down' $5 MOnI

; 24-36 1.85 ea. TV. Lurlone Knight Cannon, Defendant -
fate No. 65 II
ORDER! OF PI' LICATIO-f: Modern 3-Piece
OF FLORIDA to L.url.nKnlffht .
,. Sport ShoesBy 8.12 1.85 ea. (Cannon who.. residence |M': Blonde Bedroom Suit
68 Darllnirton Avenue. % Mm. Robert WERE NOW
Tobin, Charleston, youth Carolina

Ladies Panties You., are roqulret to appear' on Was 89.50 Now 68.95 8.50 12.75 575-9.92:

Florsheim Large & Medium April 48. 1947. In tin above named =-

Jarman, Crosby 35c ea. T Court tiff In..lr nest....k.and ph four' dlvnru ahn.ll cause weekly publish, Rrnrlforrt wxreln luuec.Wltnes l thli. County plain.Order Duncan Phyfe Sofa, Was 197.50 Now IS1.@

Ladies Dresses my hand and official
snag I at Btarka, Florida, thl. March

8.95, 1.75 ea. >OFFICIAL*. 1947 SKAT.) A. J. Thomai, 18-Inch All Metal Bathroom All/l/
up An Clark of sold Court. Off'n
Ladies ShoesAll l-y tjiirlllo C. Conner P. C. 25J '
J. C. Durranro. LAW Exchange, STOOLS Real Value
Sizes Illdv, Jacksonville Flat
Atty for Pit. 3.SI 4t 4-18
Lightweight Slacks 5.95 Up Student Desks
"' 1.95; to 2.45
pr. IN rmrriT "0' In' IIHAI>FOIIIMTV > Were $2.00 Now .98
101 PI.OItltIVi I (:HAN61RY. : .
Rayon DressesWere Hairy T. Johnnon. Plaintiff r....
I.."..... Jean ohn..on. Defendant. STARTS MARCH 27 ENDS APRIL
Summer Straws
$6 to $9 Cu.... No. 1813.OItDER -
Now 4.75 ea.Men's AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

Panamas Sailors Jean HTATW; Johnmtn.: Ob" Fr.OKIDA whops rtdvltlenre,to: Laura and WERE 16.50 Q K O/b, SEMINOLE. RUGS

Shorts a"".... I. *i A. K. Evana. (bier CRIBS I Now $9.95 I RIP
father), % American lilmentone LU0 Stair -Scatter
Leghornen Army Style 85c Company, Knoxvllle., Tennenaee.Von .
ae era rtMitilrvd to appear vn
2 for $1 Court April S and*. 147 rattle In the wherein above plaintiff named HUNDREDS OF OTHER ITEMS TO CHOOSE F 0_

/ aeeka annulment. Bradford Count

r 2.95 to 7.95 r Silk Ties Telegraph next four chall weekly publish l.."this.*. OrderIn WOOD ES S
Were 1.50 Now 75: Wllnraa mv hand and official neat Were 27.75 to 40.00 0 D D A NIT I I E
at Htarke, Florida, thte March 27th: II V
Now 21.96 30.86 '
164EOFl"U'i.1L BED S X40.50rte'
Slips, Sz. 34-42. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas", Were 552. Now

Were 1.75.. Now 1.25

It Pays To Buy, The Rest Relief At LastFlirYourCough 25 % 'DISCOUNT On Any BREAKFAST or

All Above Merchandise DINETTE Set In The Store

Shop at Is New

New Army Soles.Boots Heels Cnonralaton relieves promptly: bw All On Our
eaa e it goes right to tb. *of the Hart Furn. Co.
1.4 3.85 'OUble0 help! loosen and expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
to soothe and heal raw. tender In-
ALVAREZ Gamed bronchial mucous mem'branea. Usual I EasyPayment
NICK'SBargain .Tell:your druggist sell yowl
a bottle of Creomulslon with the un. STARKE FLORIDA
dentaodlnK you must Ilk:.the way it r
quickly: allays the cough or you era ,
tSTABLISHED 1894 House to have your money back. Plan I so


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H. P. Gainey 64 ness. He was a lifelong1 re81dent Leads donations and have not yet given A. Clerk Lucille of(7.said(Conner Courtly D C.I..t. OTIR TMH' 11 M.also 1IKIIKHT ANO< TO GiVEN WHOM TO' mar.., Market: "II I "'d

of the Brooker Community and S. \W. Starke them are asked to bring them to .... M. Huffman Florida Na- IT 'MT C'KHM;/ TIIT TIIWII04IIII .al.I 1tid. ire ', fop

Buried at Deadan was well known as a farmer anda the olidtor.( as it Is Impossibleto Flu.tlnnul Bank Building Jacksonville, IIIOMCH: 0 Of I" tltKOIln COWTV! ('OMNI1 fit UN.TV *!.. tord C..untjl'. 11'1" ,"'Id I, .'1 r,11!itArso

former member of the Board of 'continue to make repeated' Alty. for Plf. ,.IS 4t 4-l ....1.0.111)11..1.. (''''1'11'1 "TO I

Funoral a e r v Ices for H. P. County Commissioners and Coun- Red Cross Drive calla often finding no one at IIB IvritODK'KII' AT TllhJ NHXTkfC.VHION AN AC'r A. 1lLT. TI) n R FoStl
IN ("R"I'.T (.cnTl"" '. JUI.tIFOflflcolTI'v. >> Of IIH FI.OIIIIJ4 I.K: J- In authorlzl"K ln !
Gainey Sr. 64, were conducted ty Dond Trustees. He was a mem- home. fr'LOIUUt IN tlltN1KHV. I"I."I'I'IC.:. IN T"I.I.'M':1'1"I'IMI'J"II"'a.U. es-s the of "\ .f ('O"nl) f'o :

March at' ber of the primitive Baptist Large donations acknowledged TUB FOLI.OWINU:' right, and Hrftdf..rd eOunl,. Plor.
Thursday afternoon 13. Honors for hlgii score In the Richard P. Kahn, II1M.HI Pt'wau t f" d'N ..i
thin week were: L. A. Davis $100. .lItil..rev:; they deem adviIi '.. .;
Church. Kathleen lllerkorttl t
3:30 o'clock at the In residential district In the current eonfiiuc.teIdrinks ...,
gravesicje Florida Bank at Starke $73 andKoch's dant. Case No. 6812. A niU. TO HH ENTITLED AN alcoholl.
D dan Cemetery. Elder L. R.Wajdln Survivors Include his wife Mrs. Red Cross fund drive go so far ORDER OF PUBLICATION ..
Drug Store $50.: ANI> NOTICE APPEAR Board nf County CommlntilonerMof any vehIcle alll.II" ..,
and asnlst- Brooker five to Southwest Starke under the TO "" O.
officiated was
; a
Nancy Gainey No reports from the outlying STATE OF FLORIDA to: Kathleen '' Bradford County, Florida I to Prohibitive nl""orN that w..
ed by Elder H. L. Moody. The daughters Mrs. A. F. Rauler on. leadership of Mrs. Edward Burns districts have been received with Blerkorttl Kahn whole real-! levy a upeulal tax of not to exraodone Act hand wlll 0" hereafter rnnflctt,'"
Wilson Funeral Home of Lake where volunteer workers have collected dance I. Unknown. i I mill annually for hoapltallca- of Ih.... t.
OkecchQbee, Mrs. R. B. R .ulor on, the exception $2 from Ileil- You are required to appear on !(ion of indigent Inhabitant of laidBounty. lions.am. throngh ,'h.'lub' ,. 41,
City had charge of arrangements. a total of $201.80.In April 28 1947, In lh.. above named or sale, 'horuor 10 I
Miss Eva Fay Gainey., dealers OUtside Ii
Mr. Gainey paused away Tues- Pahokee. this area, which 1 Is leadingall Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I, J tord. Fundi the Counl, or
Pahokee. Mrs. Mack Collins Wal seeks divorce. Bradford County ALSO A HIM. TO 21 thermfrm.
: !: ENTITLED ed 10 b,
March 11. after a brief ill- sections of the city in solicit- Telegraph hall this over radford'
day. publish Order
do Mrs. R. W Brannen Ralford; bronn.SOCfFLY iAN ACT aulharUlncr the Board ot Ida and placed I ', "
In next four weekly Issues. In K 1".
ing the following workers have 'County CnnimlMloner* of Bradford and t
Cadet H. P. Gainey Jr. : ) Wltnmi my hand and official neal ture Yu n '
two sons
County Florida, tu dead and uonJfeyu I.
fnerlff I
I reported: Mrs. Bertha Pearce $17.- at Stark,. of .aid r"unij" II
W.C.T.V. of West Point Military Academy Eula ...- '......--._,,_. ... -, ,-- .. ewe,. --*-Florida- ---- -this- March. '26, nol Jp KCWII-I twenty area of .NIIbPiIISinfl end, "'..PJln.Und..,
00( ; Mrs. W'hlgham1 .. i
and E. A Gainey Brooker; two
article Mrs. Joe Wilson $15; Mrs. $
Excerpts from an U R. Gainey Brooker 'J
written for "The Nllle...." and E. S. Gainey Plant City: and ton Brown $7: Mrs. B. C. 1f4 !M.\Itrn
: -- --------- ------------- ----- -- --- ------ -
April 1917 "One fifth of all slater Mrs. Loma Tlllls Jack-, endorf $36; Mrs..1.. R. Kit. ---

the boy. examined are ICE.oIEC'I'E one I :Mra. R. H. Grlder $3: Mr*. f IN cinri IT rnniT. IIHAI)FOil I> NOT'CE West 2nil Street New York Farm
sonville. COI':NTV. KI.OHII> V| IN IIIIN-: Notice Is-" hereby given to allclaimants ,, Now York. CItY'j' Bureau
$8.50 Mrs. E. K. P
)) for IIKAKT DISEASE bearers were J. : Hough ; ,'IIIV.: and creditors of the You ,are required, la .
of which 99 cases out of every' Honorary pall man $32 Mrs. Paul Bridgesother W, J.. D! Allon Plaintiff ".. Stella Kstata of Edna B. Dowty. deceased April 14, 1947 In the aboveluiintd Financial Report
PlnnolHter Ralph D. Allen Defendant. Cans No. 63J7.uiincit to und all clnlms owning Court and wherein
the flI W. Clyde Cone contributions '$30. \ pay any I 1' vausu
100 from cigarettes '
come -
I OP punuicATioN: the estate to Larkin Dowty Weeks, plaintiff seelcs divorce. Bradford
*" Major Hutton Kazen Johnny Douglas Gilbert In Northeast Starke the sehighest ANI) NOTH'IB TO APPKAIl of Stance Florida and thlee.t. I County Toleafruplishall publish this A financial "ip' rt ,lf Ii

Yanl. L. In the residential ills STATe OP FLORIDA to: Stella and nil claims aRaltmt' Ordiir In next four weekly Issues ford Farm Bur, 'an. .
A. I
Washington Navy pm/
Malcolm Harrell.
Gay n. Allen whose residence l icr HIT with the County Judge of Bradford Witness bond and official
mv chapter
"Cigarette are the cause of Green. Jr., Guy Harrell J. W. a total of $ 6' has been colli ." Poplar Street Macon Clsorgla. County FicorldlwlJhln eight months I seal sf Starke,. Florida, this March member' .i.1the

the downfall of moro boy In Green. with the following reporting: '!J.:' You are required to appear on from the first publication of Illsnotice 11, 1947.ttirF'iCIAL. meeting last Frlav. ,
and Russell or said claimants will bn
this Institution than all other Thomas I II Maude Lappe $3, Mrs. Mary : 1ff/' April nurnetl 7.court 1947.and In the wherein above barred bv statutes of Florida. REAL) A. J. Thomas. $3,600 assets ." 11 itcs i:

vlclotu, ,halil. t" combined" .' .1 I Active pall bearers were Fred! some $17 Mrs. Chas. Wad. '1, plaintiff .....k. dlvorio.cause HrailfordI'uunly 3-11 4t Larkln 4-4 ]>owty Weeks. Adm'x. As Carlton Clerk& of Brown salt Court.Law Exchange: and 150:; In officisupplin
Dr. Hutchinson of the Kansas flaxen Z. W. Hamilton. L. Mrs. Q. J. McGriff $7 other : Telegraph shall publlnh tIuieOrl.r Building 1 Jacksonville, Flo. Cities, divided imong: >1
four weekly l 1..lIftft.
In next
State Reformatory. I Brown Resale Colson. Lonnie tributlons $15. Mra. T. H.1 Witness my hand and official ix rincfir .rot'H'r, nnti)roitu Atty. for Pit. 3-14 4t 4-4 shares" were Mn: )
Mott and Aubrey Hazen.I I' borne leader. tIn seal 1947.Bt Starke Florida this MurchI'OKPIUIAL 4 fOIrV"I'IIV.Josephine. PLOIIIII\t' Cllt\- I Nistci'ir (corn. \IIPOIIit In a dlsCll sl"",.-i ()f mart,

------ -- ------- Northwest Starke'ft tot .... 6. IIF\L) A. J. Thomas, Singleton White Plaintiff COUNTI', FLOIIIII', IM CH\M.; decision was reached! formers
I f'lci-k of mild 'niirt.H vs. Unver White JJofemlant.Cnse ('I:it v.Bldonla *
AH -
I $5525 has been reported as! K. Perryman Stark., FI.... No. 5483.OHDEIt Stone Ilyman Plaintiff vs. aascssmenl ("f i f ?

II low: Mrs. A. Z. Adkins $i Atty. for Pit 8-7 4t 32SIN OF PUBLICATIONANI Sam Hyman Defendant. Case No package on their pmduct
I Ir
Mra. Jeanette Klncald tit NOTICK TO APPUAK 6403. Early plan wen, iiou||
I ".. FOR SALE I Mrs. O. L. Beaaely $15 ciiKTir' roinr. niiAi l\: CIIA.N.Lorraine >p<>nn:' White, whose residence Is unknown. ANI I> NOTICP I TO A I'l'L-IA It a membership drive WL
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins leader.othef ( "l'N TV, You am r""Ir..d| to appearApril on STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sam tabled until a later meet!
C'I'IIV.: 14, 1047 In the above whose :
16x16 Army Hutments Plaintiff vs.Maurice Hymen, last known residence .
: Southeast Starke Roberts, Cane nuniMd court and cause, wherein and address is 17 Stecker During the session b

I of $49.45 solicited by the fol" lloborti, Defendant. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Street, Newark, New Jersey.Vou .' i talks were made b\ R.a
$200 EACH County Telegraph hail publish thl itre ifHUirMt tn uupuar nn
ing; Mrs. J. M. Smith $18; ,. OUDEH: f>P PUBLICATIONANI Order in next four weekly IssuesWlfness April' ,'7, 1947. In the above and R. A. Green.

STARKK AND VICINITY O. U Haynes $4.80 Mrs., ),Iot, STATE NOTH'R OP FLOIUDA TO APP14AK to: Maurice seal my hand and offldsl I named Court seek and divorce.....uae. whereinpleintlil I A large attendance li ,
at Stark, Florida, this March
ALSO $2. Mrs. A. W. Anderson ,# jRobort. whose residence U un- 13. 11141. Bradford County ToU-graph! shall at 7:30: p. m. tonight !IP-

Mrs. J. M. Smith leader. known. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas I publish this Ordn In next four the court house,
1'1.1' Y'.u are renulrod to appear on As Clerk of said Court. weekly issue.
1 complete heating unit with 44 steam A total of $863.60 has 'r' April 7, 1047 In th above T. Frank Lnndrum. Starke Fla.Atty. I Witness my hood and official

: ; radiators. lected In the business) mimed court and cause, wherein for Plf. 3-14 4t 4-4 seal at Starkn, Florida this 3rd
plaintiff seeks .11 VOl'''''. Bradford of March 1947.tOFl"I'IAL 277 ExaminedIn
.I\\: 4 hot water units with 1000- aIlon tanks. with the following County Telegraph hall publish this i.v rincttrr roimi.' niiAnronnCOI'MTV. i HEAL) A. J. Thoma.

!1 iron wash sinks. porting: "E. K. Perryman Order In next four weekly Isnuen. 1"0111"1 IM' CHAN.KHV. :' :, As Clerk of said Court. County School
Toilets and cast ,
,!, Witness my hand and official <' John J Henderson Esq., St. Augustine / -
'1. Electric fixtures.Miscellaneous i i i'itl R L. Matthews $100 L. A. n) seal at Stark., Florida this Marcht'oFPlOIAL Nibs Pete Mao Jr., Plaintiff vs. FlorIda Under New Pro

I $250, O. S. Newcomb $105 J II. 1947. MarirlA Noland Mau Defendant.Case Atty. for Pit. ,.7 4t 3-28 .
: ,; plumbing fixtures. : SEAL) A. J. Thomas, No. 5484.ORDER .

Adjustable library shelves. Dupre $30 W. H. Graham I An Clark fit said Court. OF PUBLICATION NOTICE TO DIDDEILS A total of 277 chlldm
:. R. E. :a ZIlch H. DouB'IIGalne..vlll.., Flor AND NOTICE TO
Harley P. Strong $25 APPEAR Sealed bids for supplying gasoline schools'have been
Sheet galvanized metal. ida. Atty.. for Plf. 8-7 4t 8-28 STATE) OF FLORIDA to: Mrs.Marfrle and oil for trucks aiicj other equipment exam
lorff $45.50, foe Martinez $ Noland Mau whose resl- the past ten days by Hn
21x48 with Siding. to City of
i Buildings Novelty
J1 Courthouse $32.50. IN: CIHCt'tT COUItT, BHAOFOHO dance and address Is: Navy Base, Htarke b..wrl"re lve h.at the office 1 partment personnel with
2 Inch Water Pipe. Much of the business dli 1 flINTY FLOIIiOAI IN: IHAN- Route 6, Box 3D5. Charleston, South of the City Clerk until 8-30: '
Carolina. of Dr. K. N.
' CIIUV. -'- p. m., April 1.Did. will also b.1 Morese i
t 3-4 Inch Water Pipe and Fittings. has not yet been completedD. Mary M.\ : Petrusky. Plaintiff YS. You are required. to appear on received .at the same time on one physician assigned to 8

, Laboratories. A. Monteith, county fund < neorgre A. P.trusky D. f endant. April 14. 1847 In the above 600-arallon tank to be purchasedby 1
named court and wheieln County for a special
No 5471.OHD1CH cause the City. prt;
' Tile. all workers tl t Cane plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford I
'I! Asphalt ; chairman urges ; I.. i OF PUBLICATION CARL JOHNS school health examliuta

tll' Tongue and Groove 1x8 Pine Boards. double their efforts to com; ANO NOTICE TO AI'PBAK Order'ounty K Telegraph. next four shall weekly publish issues this. 3-21 2t 3-28 City Clerk. Immunizations. The progi

solicitation before the dea STATE OF* FLORIDA to: deorireA. witness hand and offlclfi
I: 1-4< Inch Plywood.No. 1. my made possible by a
< residence
Petrusky who. seal at Starke Florida, this March IM' ruiriir COURT niiAiironii grant
' 1 Oak Flooring. March 31. unknown. 13. 1947.OFFICIAL. (.flr. 'MTY. FLOIIIIlAl IM' ,'tII. 000 by the Children's B:
All who have You are required to appear on ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 1 < fllY.David .
Windows and Frames Complete. persons pro April: '8, 1947, In, .ute It above As Clerk of said' Court. H. Oray Plaintiff, VB. W arene the State Board of Heir:
named Court and wherein Defendant. CaseNo. Bradford of tilt
T. Frank Landrum Stark. Fla. Janeway Gray was one
I Looker are welcome at Sol plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford 4-4 6501OI'MKK. _
t' SEE J. M. EDWARDS thllOrd..r Atty. for Plf. 3-14 4t counties fortunate doug'included
, County Telegraph shall publish '
Hobby Shop. I J : 01" p"nr.I\'I'ION
In next four weekly issues.Vitn.I',3 IM fiiirirr counr. iin\npoiii> I'I in the schedule
Bradford Co. my hand and
Engineering (0l'19I'Y. I'LOHIUAl IM CIIA>-
to: Wor.n. -
j NOTICE I seal at Stark, Florida, this March t'HV.Wllburn. .. Janeway Gray whose residenceIs The examinations conu)
: PHONE g.l- .-.- 5. 1941. II. Thompson Plaintiff vs. '' Inclut
'" -II'- II- : 718 Helhaven Street Apartment' complete physical
( Martha Jean Saunders Thompson .
Dear Friends of Starke: 10 Jackson Mississippi.You .
: AH Clerk ot said Court. Defendant Cane No. 6485 I''I nalysia and blood hemcgl.!
:' I would like to announce'bpenlng Dv Lucille C. Conne. r>. C. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND I are required to appear on terminations on all a
April 31, In
Fla. 1947 the above
of my plumbing storB23 4t 3-28 in ,* urt and whereinplaintiff
Atty.. for Plf. 8-7 STATE OF FLORIDA to Martha cause cases of anemia. Seta

I __. _n_ Tempi Ave., through whlfchall > > Jean Saunders Thompson whose resldonc seek: divorce.I Bradford close in March and April
County Telegraph shall
publish this
endeavor to serve' my NOTICK TO (I1KIHTOUSAll .. and address Is % MrkYarn- Order in next four, weekly Issue I eft
examined and
first an
on Saunders, Cedar St., Rock Hill
having or1 ,
tomers as I have "In''the ; ,person against the .slat of Blanch.O. South, Carolina. Witness my hand and official be made to care for M n

with prompt; reliable. service;j ". Merlons, deceased are hereby You are required to' appenr on seal 20. IU7.at Stark. Florida, this March these as possible. The
notified and required to file their or before April 14, 1947 In the above
commercial credit
?.Ii.Iit I have a claims In the office of the County named Court and cause, wherein ii.'iirlAI.| :SEAL: .\. J. Thomas visiting physician coup.
for people who desire it, and Judge of Bradford County. Florida, plaintiff' '.....k. divorce. Bradford ('icr'l '< of MM Id i Con"r."v work Thursday and a aeoslclan
in stock Krhler Am$ In th. County Courthouse at Stance, r'oimty Telegraph shall publish this Lucille C. Connor F). C.
carry Florida within eight calendar Order In next four weekly Issues Martin J. Pearl., Soil Graham Build- will visit this eve

Standard, and Parker flxto months from the data of the first Witness ntv hand and nfflrlnlseal log, Jacksonville, Fla. latter part of March or
of this notice or th. Atty. for Plf 3-21 4t 4-11
Also' water pumps and hot wtbeaters. publication at Stark. Florida this 13th of
same will become void according/; March 1947.OFFICIAL.SEAL. April
> .to h\w. ( ) A. J. Thomas. tIC CIRCUIT .COI'IIT. IIRADPIMIP Schools examined to A
You may, call phone No.t This February Z7 1947. A. Clerk of said Court., ('011'N'I'Y. .ollln"l 1\1: CI1CN. I
MA11K B. HERLONO John J. Henderson Ksq. St Angus Vmsty: S elude Lawtey Hellbronn,
FOR EASTER (during the hours.of 9:00: to 1! A. Administrator of the tin. Fla. Atty. for Plf. 8-14 4t 4-4 Ernest: Herman._Hudson_ Plaintiff bllt. Rlsln*. and New Rim'
fend 1:00 to 5:00.: We will be | .estate of Blanche O. tier- vs. wary K. Hudson Defendant.
deceased. Case No. 5491.ORrItR and colored.
IM rutrvir: rmtHT. .IIIAPFOIiO
'. .. ..- -- -- --- .to service you.Edward 3-7 4t 1-18 COI'MTY FI.OHIIitl IM CHAN. OF PITHLICATTON As was dd
.. ..--'-- -, -- .- T. Bhull Ovmei -KHY. AND> NOTICE TO APPRAit expected.
8I1VLL'S ; ti niicvir ('OlIIT 1I"p..ono Drover J. Mulllns, Plaintiff vs STATE OF FLORIDA to? Mary K. throat, teeth, eyes, nutril
Marian' Mulllns, Do fendant. Case Hudson whose last known residance -
'OIJNTY" F1.OII1UAI IN ('IIAN"EIIY. anemia were found to
PLUMBING & IIEATmqlSPECIALS No. 6478. \( and address Is % General
Curtis( It.' Scott Plaintiff ".. Lottie OH-)ER OF PtTBLICATION Delivery San Diego. California high. A detailed report

K. Scott DefendantCase No. 0464. ANn NOTiCE TO APPEAR You are required' to appear on or presented when the pm
Dress Shirts ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND STATE) OF FLORIDA to: Marian before April tlst. '1947, In the above
NOTICE TO APPEAR Mulllns, whose residence Is un- named Court and cause, wherein complete.
FOR I STATE 01"* FLORIDA to: Lottie known. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
'' Is 228 You are required to appear on County Telegraph shall
t K. Scott, whose residence : publish this TIltNB
Brown Street, Charlottesvllle, VirCinlo. April 14. 1947 In the above Order In next four weekly .Issues
2.75 3.95Mell's SATURDAY ONL named Court and cause wherein Witness my hand and officialBy

to ,', You are required to appear on County plaintiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this of seal March at Stark 1941.,. Florida. this 19th We wish to express our i
April '7. 1947 In t h above heartfelt thanks to then
MARCH 29 k wherein Order In next four weekly Issues (OFFICIAL NEAL) A. J. Thoma.
\ named court and cause, Pradford Witness my hand and official A. Clerk of said Court. I friends for the kindnesS
\ /. plaintiff seeks divorce. seal at Stark.Florida, this March Lucille C. Conner D. C.
County Telegraph shall publish this II, 1947. John J, entlon given our deari
Men's Dungarees}1 Order In n.xt four weekly Issues. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas tine, Flo fd'a9"0"! E'q8t' Ausu.- and father during his tick*
Witness my hand and official >s Clerk of said" Court. for
Atty. Pit.
Suits 29.50 Up 24-36 1.85 ea. 5 5MMB Seal at Starke, Florida this March H. C. Baldwin Gainesville, Fta. 3-21 U 4-11 I until our Heavenly Father eWe
Atty. for Plf. 3-14 4t 4-4 -- him
mBM. BBHweBSMBBM B.BBBB t 4. I I ........
(OFFICIAL: SEAL A. J. Thomas, IN nnouiT conn. nnAHFonn
Boy's Dungarees ; AS Clerk, of said Court. IM' rinrtuT COt'S?. miADronoFLOHIUAI 'COUNTY FLOItlltAl IM CHAN extend our highest if
Zaeh H. Douglas, Gainesville. Fla C"OI'NTY. IN CHANCIIIIY. r.IIY.: tlon for beautlAi/
., Sport Shoes 8-12 1.85 ea. ", Atty.. for Plf. 8-7 4t S-SIJ I Coleman R. Cameron Plaintiff vs. the many '.
Flora Hair' Plaintiff vs. Earl A. Edna Pearl Cameron. Defendant. era given by relatives and
iv CIII<'I" '" (roHUT PRAo..onoC'OI'N'I'Y. Balr, Defendant.' Case No. 6476. Case No. 6496. May God'a blessings red e
( .1Sly.ICahleen. AND NOT1CW TO APPEAR ANn NO'rlrTc TO APPEAR and every one who so 9stood

By Florsheim, Large & :Medium Hall. Bond Defendant.Plarfttlff.CaseN" vs. I STATE' D) OF FLORIDA .to! Earl STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edna by us during the
: A. Balr whose residence and ad- Pearl Cameron, whose last known
Jarman 35c ea. lal 1412.ORIER dress Is unknown.You residence and address is ail Itar- hours of our lives. I

Crosby NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEARBTATH are required to appear on well Ave., La Orange, Georgia.You -Mrs. H. P. Galnty 1:11:
April 14. 1947 In tb. abovenamnl
OF FLORIDA to: Joseph Court and wh..r..lnJ'lftlnlltt are required to appear on or fly.I .
Ladies Dresses cause
{ F, Bond whose residence I. Hotel seeks divorce. Bradford before April ai.t,d19 47 In the above

ir: Abbey 61st Street New York City, County Telegraph shall publish this named Court cause, wherein I ORDER OF PUI1L1C.1r
L7Sea. plaintiff seeks
8.95 New York. Order In : divorce. Pradford APpt
next four weekly Issues County ; AND NOTICE! TO
Telegraph shall .
up You are required to appear on Witness my hand and official publish this STATE OF FLORID I
Shoes April 7, 1947 In t he above seal .t Starke Florida this March In next four weekly Issues. William George Poslon W
named Court and cause, wherein 11. 1941.iol"FICIAL. Witness my hand and official dence and address II: 11
plaintiff seeks annulment and restoration ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas peal at Starke. Florida this 19th Street Charleston South o
All Sizes .+ of Maiden name Bradford Vs Clerte' of said {four of March 1947.OFFICIAL You are required 10'

Lightweight Slacks 5.95 Up 1.93 to 2.45 pr. d this County Order In e : rafUhet: ;I Is.sumS. D.Atty.E. for Knight.PIt. Stark., Fla.3-14 tt4 (A. Clerk of SEAL said) CouVt.' Thomas April named II court, 1947 and In CHUM 111I

By Lucille B'
C. Conner, D. C. : seeks dlvorc
': witness my hand and official seal IN CIRCUIT cnrnT. nnADrono John J. Henderson Esq., St. Augustine ountjr plaintiff Telegraph shall PJ?"
Rayon Dresses at Stark. Florida this March f, COUNTY. FLOHIDAl IN CHAN.Susann. :: jri&t Order: In next four ."* "
11147. Cr.II Y. Atty. for PIt. J.H 4t 4-11 hanil' andI.al <
Summer Straws Were $6 to $9 FF1C1AL BEAD! A.'J. Thomas La Penn Plaintiff, TS. at Stark.my, Florida. I tb1"
As Clark of said Court. Nicholas La Penn, Defendant.. Case IN: ("IRrV.T COURT OR"O"ODD 19. 1947
Now 4.75 ea. ,mMen's .Bv Lucille C. Conner D. C. No. 6477 'OI'r4TY F..OIUUAI IN CHAN (OFFICIAL SEAL A. tri,
'Martini. Pearl 80S Graham Bldg.Jaeksoflhlhlbs. ORDER OV PUBLICATION (FRY A. Clerk of said Court.fly .
Panamas Sailors Pbs..Atty. ANn NOTICE! TO APPEAR Maggie Lee Stone Poston Plaintiff. Lucille C. Conner. DC..
Shorts! Plf. 1-7 4t 1.18In STATE) OF FLORIDA to *
for : Nicholas v. William' George po.ton, D.tea- Frank Landrum. Si ta11 ,
I La Penn who. resld.no. I. 134 dant. Case No. 6501, Itt for Plf. ''"
I Leghornes Army Style .

2 for SI ,/' .

fia -. .,. -
Silk Ties Tle'ara t:shsllTitiMlsh;i VhU Ord"r -- ==:::t=

2.95to7.95 < neat four weekly Issues. WOOD
Were 1.50. Now 75c Witness mv hand and official seal Were27.75to40.0o n ODD VANITIES I S
$11 Htarke, Florida, this March. J7th
*- II
1547. BED SNow 21.96
Slips, Sz. 34-42 U""HL aKALt A. J, Thomas, 30"86IIWere 52.75 Now $40

Were 1.75. Now 1.25

It Pays To Buy The Best All Above :MerchandiseIs Relief At Last # 25 % DISCOUNT On Any BREAKFAST or

,Shop at NewArmy DINETTE Set In The Store

For -=
Boots rYourCough -=

New Soles Heels Creotnnlalon relieves promptly bemuse All i 1 On Our
It coea right to the) MM of the Hart
3.85 trouble to help kxxwn and expel Furn. Co.

id i term laden phlegm. and aid nature
to soothe and heal raw tender to-

named bronchial mucous mem. Usual EasyPayment
SIEITTJ NICK'SBargain branea.Tell your druggist to sell you
, a bottle of Creoraulslon with the un.
, Jl It dentandlngr you must Ilk:*the way It r STARKE FLORIDA

quickly allays the cough or you an

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