Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 4, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02901
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( Baptist Choir I 'Song of Triumph'Is

Cantata Easter CantataAt
Present Official County Publication Established In 1877

day Morning Methodist Church"The

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Choir of the First Baptist Song of Triumph", an Easter VOL AIN SIXTY-NINE" STAKItE. FLORIDA.ltlU,\V. AI'KIL .._1941 MAII; KK TWENTY FOUlS
of Starke will present ther cantata by Edward W. Norman -' ,. -

cs.anf Cantata., by Ira"The B. Wilson Cross Trl.1 Methodist, will be Church sung Sunday at the r.ght First! I fifv Prnnncno City Instructs Fire Chief To i Ignore Calls I Guard Unit %will Hold House ', I

_ _'__ .' 11 .'-''''.'. ... *V*DA MlMlAMfeBRADFORD rrnnnSPS ?,.. .? ..n..1 ,?, ,' sts Guaranteed Open

) \V, MARCH 28 197 COUNTY TELEUIP tAPII. HT.AUKR.: P1A>KII>.<\ AiK 8.m\ ____________ _ In Observance of National

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NOTICE guarantee might be kept on

NOTICE and by the Fire Chief ready for strong America is o peaceful America" has been selected

tie signature of the property own.r as the theme for this observance of
that the tollowlng deet'rlbed year's Army Dayon ,
Ilven tands
hereby will be ,
I 18 Notice i I" hereby given that the following deRcrlb.,1 Int" will b.
, I'uhltn a""tlon on the 29th day at March. un at 12 o'clocl noon amid at Imbllo auttluti u" the BUlh tlllY of :March 1941 at 12 o''k. noon desiring service so that valu. Monday, April 7, according to an announcement yesterday -
I'll" Hall In t4turke. IIa to pay tue amount due for UH taxet', lit the City Hall In Stark, .. -ba., to pay the .m..unt ,Iue for t9U tUXPR, ble time need. not bo lost at theme by llichnnl G.
Capt. Jr. officer of
"t'I..po.lte to tl10 came. tueLher wllh all co.ta of Much sale h..III ott ol1p..ell. to the santo. together with all costs at such sale Kuld commanding I
I I'", IIlsl/IIr, ,' and adv..rUKln! of a fire. the, local National Guard unit.

"rileD. lie.., Twp. R. Owner A.f. 0' Ta"f' nPHrrlpth.n' SP" Twp. RI& Oooner Amf. cC 'lao Chief Buford foresaw compllca- The general public i.s invited to the company's Open

.. ,.f lots 6-8 Town ofi.Oriirlfla.l I jJI3' :l'NO .f of 105 SBV.ft. of of \ .OtIS that might arise\ when the I House to be held' In the Armory Monday night( from 8 to

.' I,,' 28 6 22 R. A. Green 10..UI NJ4' 29 6 22 W. A. Cook U.711 (tarm is turned in. as is often theme J It() o'clock, commemorating thin annual event. Featured onthe ,
I ,it 10 & \V by 0"0 lot tOil fl. 1111. In S'V by someone other than theroprrty I
Ii N: & S bounded C"r".rofIiW (if SW', U 0 22. Cnknown' 224Coin. In I program' will be two motion picture films' "The Battle
owner -- particularly
, II 1 ,; oIl the E bY Ion at H\V Cnr. of Madl. of Russia" and "Universal Mi1itaryTraIn1ng"heretofoSergeant I
I. the W N by by ''Ion & nay Ht. anti run le case of property occupied by I .!. ,. : .. !!
.r"'". st. N 238 tt. for a It. tifbeg. tnnntn. -otntuuitu:; 'u un uui mlhItary
l .....1 South by .. thence run W 105ft.
original 'rown S 11214 ft. 105 ft.N A spokesman for the Council Invites personnel.
; ',.. 28 I IS R. A. Green .0005 5234 f"t: Pt. oibeg. '
"Ide of Call Bt 18 828 Unknown 3.84 utcil, that this action was retrted Public To Open House The company headquarters I I
It intersects E Com. at NE Cor. of NE'. of the second battalion 124th
...r Court St", and of HE'4 of N1dV4 I\lH1 to because in several in
,1',,, fI E DO ft. run S 60 ft.. W 100 tt. bills for fire service ren- Infantry, will offer displays
ft I N 63 ft. to N 60 ft.. E 100 Ft. to Pt ances I of weapons and equipment of
"i theriC" W of b..". n 6 23 Glenn E. McIntosh 2.U red to outside the city
.4 ft. 10 pt. of bel{. U I II R. A. Orson 193.0& Lot a of Rlot'k 83. J. N.Joluts persona the latest type, a large ex.
I slarke, bounded Addition 2S 0 22 Mary B. Maloney 2.34 nits have been Ignored. "We dot hlblt of enemy weapons from both 1r
'runplo, 4ve.. NIt N 1814 ft. ot lot 8 anlt
1ttoll Mt.. W by .. lot 3 and 1:11,4: of lot 4 > feel that city taxpayerslould the Pacific and European theatres

nKwoJrth. .and Mr.. of block 8. Llvlnl&.ton- bear the financial burden ;t'iI I of the recent war and a collec.
.\I 1erlllan and a 'I'rubY & Cn' Addition. 28 6 22 W T. Week.. Jr. 4.3 :
.\III. rmlLn, 18 I II. R. A. Green \ 81.CG Lot 8 ot Block 11. I.lvlnIH- ) fighting fires on the property I tton of photographs of overseas

12 ,.xcupt BI,4 ot lotki'e ton-Truby & Co' Ad. f non-taxpayers", the Council- operations made by local guardsmen
.I '' Addition to dltlon Z8 6 28 Carl Hitch 4.U
,: ,.r Starke' 19 I U Floyd Green ..8.00 Lot 4 ot Block 2. C I t y an said. ,
I.." D ot Block 18. Park Nub-DI"IHlnn Z8 6 UValter J. Hedman 8.03 Prominent officers of t
the Guard
Addition too Lot 3 and SI,4 of lot 4 of
;f Starke 29 6 U R. A. Green n.75 Block a 8, Llvlnlfeton- I will ba present Including ColonelRobert
," muck I. and 1 Truby &: Co' Addition as 6 28 I" E. Prince 4.88
HarknesH of Lake
"toft. N & S by 621,4, ot" 1.1-13-13-14 of 1I1k. City,
& W In NW cor"r 80. Llvlng.ton-Truby & Will Conferere commandor of the Socond Battalion .
Jut 3.1 tiowlings1)iviiIon CO' Addition as 6 22 Earl George a.H LI
Block Llv- I and Colonel T. T, Long, asBlxUnt -
to Town Lot 8 of 80.
:: 38 I II Knute Fred Lulde 5.13 Inlfeton-Truby a Co' Q-3 of tha 48th Division.
er Block S2. J. M. Addition 28 6 U C. B. Johns 81C
Addition to Town Lot 7 of Block 30. Livingston.Truby Tuesday Lt. Hugh Ingram public relations .
,torte IS I U Mary Malon.y. a.u & Co' { officer of tile company itated t
as 6 U F. M. Packham 1.14
.( "r Hlock 1. J. D. Addition
AdIIUoJn to Town Lots s-. of Block 24. Liv.ingston.Truby yesterday that the Company'sOpa'n
""ark IS I U R. A. Green 40.800.140 & CosSub.DViNlun ,airman and Mrs. W. C Powell tloiiHi will\ boo of a thor-
ot Block D. I 88 I U Unknown 5.88
Other memrs -
crctury oughly Informal character with
.lunl'K Addition to Lots 8-4 of Block 40. LivingstonTruby -
//I ot Starke 18. III R. A. Oreen / SO.5Gfl. & Co'aSub .ua are: A. J. Thomas, Mr. A. guides provided for visitors In
ot Lot a and Divielon 28 8 U Nesby K. Jackson
Juhna. Mrs. Edward Burns
demonstration of the ,
many wea.
: and S of Lot 4 Lot 8 of Block 42. Llv- .
"'ck I, Llvlng.ton- ingston.Truby & Co's I is. J. M. Smith Miss| Marian pons displayed.
& 1'0'0 Addition Sub: Division 28 I U Jullue Butler Foster Shi Smith S, O.nmark. 155 !Iltt.! Norlxrtr Mzyic.ak
ot Htark. 18 6 22 W T. Week.. .J. ...83.U S 80 ft. of lot 1 nt Block Lt. Gen. Oscar VV. Orlswold
.wn .
B. I Matthews Clias ...... instructor with
anti B 9 ft. off 47. Llvingoton-Truby: & U' army the commander of the Third Army
Block l:' Liv.on.Truby I \ Co's Sub Division I .28 8 U Hattie Lucile Brymer Darby, and L. M. Guinea. P. I'K'al National luanl unit. f\ has
Co's Lot 3 of Block 48. Liv.ingetonTruhy emphasized that In no cast
of & Co' Bridges and W. M. Edwards tends. .a cordial ln\llatlnn* to the' "
'ion t" Town Ai.lerm..n will Army Day ba "celebrated.
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IS I U Floyd Green 29.73Ind tOut) Division IS S 88 T..J. veil as advisory members from publlo to attend the Open lloumievrnt ,
of 10 and The purpose of the observance, he
$1.4{ of lots 8-9 Lot 9 and 1(14 II '
I I'k, 17. Llvlol'Kton. ...11213.14 or E'lock e City Council. to bo staged In nut Armory aid, Is to "honor American soldiers .

.,Wit oil nt eo'Htarke Addition 2' 6 12 3. P. Itob.rtu '.Ga Town ill-:, Paeks of Starke Addition t028 I 23 3. E. Sullivan 8.30 The delegation attending the, Monday night, April 7, beginnIng living and dead who did so '

,.t Block IS. Livmn.Truby Lot le3 of Block 16. Tem-28 8 23 3. p. Roberts .70 acting In Gainesville Saturday', at 8..'clock. much to make peace possible; to
Addition I
& Co'stin Of Mrs. Osborne,
is comprised Inform the of
16 public the new
10 Town ofo II I 22 W. O. Haile 8.74 Lots TemPle's 4-5 0 J.dd'tlnk: {; '28 8 83 .1. 1' Roberts 10.21Frll.tlonRI immitteemen Bridges, Conner Farm.Bureau Vot peacetime pattern of national security I

1 ot Block 11. 1.lv."nTruby Block 10 North and N. Carson .
Id Matthew., which 1 Is
& WeNt being'd.valop.dsad !
It Co'sion ot 12th Opposes Sales Taxi I
to Town 0'e nt Walnut Street Tern.plke tiger; BHS* athletic coach. \ of Army assignments at homed
28 I U Prunl. Carr a.n Aulilition to Town 1.14J It was expected that Mr. Van 'IV "
Leii.Jator.'Heard abroad.
83 Unknown $
of Block 30.. Liv. ... of Stark. 28 8 ,I '!
: 'I eet'wlll her, about noon -
arrive ,
Co'il' ; .j'- i4. .... v the '
nn.Truby & Io .. ... ...;.: CARL .JOHNS. -" ,. .srpe. bC_ vartow-exhibit.;
'on to Town ... I ," Starke. and .will spend the aft- Opposition tA a kale Uxwas
J Ofa8 I il i 11':. M.Paokham'l', r. ,t I.Ut _..,* : Tax Collector City lesday( It was ,stated, to to acquaint'crM1 ,
tour of unanlmou Vote
nooix on an inspection exprcnaflrt by a
ut Plock 80. Llv- ions ,with the relationship between
"n-Truhy &: Co' residence l I.: 18S Stonewall Jack. As Clerk of said Court. e town. He- will then Join com- at the Farm Bureau meeting last .n .fdequate Army and national r

ton to Town 0'e 18 I II C. B. .John. a.84 xanvllle 110m.... Charlotte, NorthC..rollna. J.Bid-C. Jacksonville Durrance. Law Fla.Exchange Ittee (members and city and''Friday night following .'....."Ion security and the role; of the entire r

T. ut lot 8 ot Block.Iylngeton.Truby Atty. for Plf. 3-7 4t SCOIIHT. hool officials for dinner at the devoted largely to dlswi'ilon! f<* : '
required to appear on Army.
& April You 7.nru 1947 In the above rery Inn, followed by a meeting matters to come before the State I
Iuh IJlvl.lon tot
Ilurke 28 \\I aa Enoch Tyson I.U named court and cause. wherein ga CIIU'I'I'r 9lltAli"OhlP the city hall at which he will Legislature which convenes next Blaillar exhibits are. being held

nd N 35 ft. of plaintIff seeks divorce.shAll ptililliih traforii thisOrder ('o"h'I'y. FLORIDA IM "''''N. esent his recommendations.The Tuesday. throughout the Third Army Area,
.1 if Block 1.lv- County Telegraph CKHV.
27. which Includes Florida Alabama
.n-Truby &: Co' in next tour'we..kly Issues Beatrice Goldberg Dunsky Plaintiff :four-acre tract, which will Present for brief talks be for*! ,
lvl.lon to Town Witness my hand and tifflclnseal > vs. David C. Dunsky Defen. the recreational dis- ._ Georgia Mississippi, North Carolina -
'murk.. 88 I II A. T Paul '.83 at Starke Florida. thin March dant. Case No. 5462. used for the Bureau m.alb r. we: :State::: .South Carolina and Tennessee.

29 except, lot I..IunTruby 4, 147. oniJFIl OF PUBLICATIONAND lop me nt, was purchased by the Senator Charley B':, Johns, Kepreaontullve t
& Co'a (OFFICIAL SEAl.) A. J. Thomas NOTICE TO APPEAR: y from A. L. Alvarez for $1500. N. I>. Wainwright Jr !

.DIViiun.\ tq Town 28 I 12 Joe Hogan 8.U T As. Frank Clerk of kanrtrum said Court.Starke, Fla. STATE OF FLORIDA to David rest. and ex-Confuredamnn It. A, dreen. .oral (churches" have been Invited
ot lock U. LlvTruby I C. Dumiky whose last known to includii. for the
3.7 4t S-2 : prayers
Atty for Plf. dence and address Is 2(9 Clinton The Bureau members slot wenton
Dlvl.lon" to& Town Co'a a.u Place Newark New Jersey. record all endorsing; the three Army In the services of April 0. ,

'"rke 28 I II T..J. Alderman IN c-iiiiiir ('0"1\1' iu \nioiiiOIMn. ) You srfl required to appear nn ion's Club Addsour special acts which will be Intro I ILoui.iana
onl Block 1I North -I.'h (' FLOHII IM IIIA- April 7, 1947 In the above .
Street and West (:'lilY: named Court. and cause; wherein New Members diicwl In the L..glollaturo:1,1.1': BerriesTo ,
Brad fol
Ilnnt Street TernAmIitt A. dllihenan. Plaintiff l vs.' plaintiff seeks divorce. sponsorship of the liourd of County -
Kuan shall publlBh
Ion to Town tietendant.Case County Telegraph
; Hit Market
''Rrk 18 I II Unknown 8.a. Phyllis Mny 6485.OHDEH .Ullshenan, this Order In next. tour weekly is. With the addition of four new CommlHslonrrn.! I

'f Block 8. City a.03 No. imbers at Monday' meeting.al Speaking first llcp." W"lnwrl/ht With
Mnh-DlvlKlon 18. II Mrs, G.orge Pierce OF PUBLICATION sues.Witness mr hand and official sell / Along County'*
ot Block II. LivnTruby AND NOTICE TO APPEAR at Slarke, Florida this 3rd of enrollment of the newly. itr Hscil the importance of adequate .

"'Ivl.lon, It Co'18 I la Rosa Leltlrett 5.821 STATE Ollshenan] OF FLORIDA whose residence to: Phyllli Is..: March 1547.OI"FICAL. ganlzed Lion's Club wait in'ased health facilities: for the people : The "first pint" of strawberries }

4.5' ot Block 11. 6K May London Street Mt. Hawtfcorn. As( Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas. to 2:). 0..1. McCrlffme ot Florida and stated that he heralding the approach of the ,

OS."if 1tarke Addition to 88 I 18 3. 1' Itob.rte 80.n Perth[ Western Australia.You on John J. Henderson Esq., St. Augustine Lewis R, E. Mundorf and favored the establishment of a second phase of Bradford County'sUnique '

are 47.required: In tha to above appear nam.tuu Fla. K.: McKlnney Jr., were added medical college to Insure a continuing two-part berry season
CARL Tax JOHNS Coll.ctor. City of Stark. April Court anil cause, wherein plain Atty. for Flf. 3-7. 4t 321v the roster of the city's newest source of doctors for the was picked and packed last Friday '

Telegraph tiff seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this County Orderin iiiciir 'or'UT. lilt U..IIII >fesslonsl and business organtlon state's growing population. Other morning by Mr. Rffto Minerof
: HHCIIT COURT OVHIM. swon* statement as particularly as m-xt four weekly Issues.. <.<>!'*'TV. KLOIIIIIAl IM < lie V., which first met Tuesday Items given approval by lit p.Walnwrlght Lawtey. The pint was purchased -

KII.HTII JUDICIAL Is known to affiant after diligent ', Witness my hnml and this l fifflrlal MarchibFFICTAL ('.:11 Y. Irch 23.P. were the eHtabJ1 h- by Ralph Alvarez manager
llr lAM) FOR II It AI>- search and Inquiry.IT seal at Starke Florida, James Carson Plaintiff vs. Ethel; t livestock market In of the
I' : benfendanl.Case ; Bent of a State Farmers Market who
I'O'\OTY. 8"L0111fl6.. I""tIIY. IS. THEREFORE ORDEREDthat I 4. 1947. Mae Hherwood Carson, A. Montelth president of the ,
A.J. Thomas
: said non-resident Defendantbe I of SEAL said Court.) No. 5410.iJIlliClt up. stated that the club! will Eiajford County and a living predicted that It wtll be around

loll Plaintiff Patterson and she hereby Is. required to I As Rivers Clerk& Anderson Green Co v etlprlng. I >> NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO AJ'I' ';AI( In formation for several weeks. wags for school! tenchur lie April 10 b"fol'e. volume la heavy I
In said cause. on Friday I ... FlaAlly" I stated that the elaborate building enough here to I
appear bring outside
DIVORCE of April, A. D.. 19471otherwise I for Pit.'T *t !-** STATE OF. FLORIDA to: Ethel. Tl that further details as to buyers
Wilbur Patterson the 11th day Sherwood Carson whose rest- program proposed for the stare back' to the local
D.f.ndantLE the allegations of the Mae :ure of Its community activity market. Ten
: TO APPEAR AND said Dill will be taken a. confessedby : t\ I ii fiir' oi'nr. nit t i>ronilOI > deuce l and Victoria address British Is: General Columbia.Delivery '1 be disclosed at the next meet capital should be postponed or crates of berries were sold to'peddlors"
c.:1AN.I : -
Pl.OHIUAl !"
Defendant.IT .I.Y.
1DKI1 .the slowud down until matters of
OF here
FURTHER ORDERED that I lilY.Kathleen. You >*ie 'I"lr"d| to appeai on rang
"arlnir hy affidavit. t h a I IS be published once a llttrrell Hayes. Plaintiff. April 7, 1947. In the above more Vital Importance were taken ing In price from $7 to 111 .
;'U'' ;. P..ul. Bryan Patterson'JWIIbur this Order consequtlva\ week. I Defendant. Case. iiuiuHil .'.."r' and ..cause. ...h..r,11I, Vvery Inn has been designate' per
for four Kverelt Hayes care of first crate.
week Is
vs. seeks divorce. I'rudfnrd! Quality poor because of
Patterson wher- I plaintiff the permanent meeting place.
Huttersnn i.sh. In the Bradford County Telegraph.newspaper No. 6488. Telegraph shall publlMh thir. recunt
Plaln- County Senator Johns: stated that "wo rains Mr. Alvarez stated.In .
In NOTICE TO to be held each Mon.
published h sessions
Ruth Wilbur Patterson Is the a I AMJ; Order In next four weekly MeleeWltuees
Florida. iiltl I> ," F'CHMCATKJN must keep taxes down" and pledgad discussing prospects for the)
int. ir ford County
the Circuit Court of I J:5\1'O: Everett my hand and nrrirtfti'' t, at 6:43: p. m.trrang.ment.e .
r4 County Florida, In Chanil This February 18. A. D. 1941.A. I STATE FLORIDA residence tot Is 1201 seal at Stsrke, Florida, this March his efforts toward this end. lie ant( h.llnt the season, the marketnanager '
In J. THOMAS Hayes whose will be made for
il which| cause the Plain- 1947. .
Court. .South 6th Street Wilmington 6f? went on record as favoring the exemption stated that growersIhoulti
"Klnir of Circuit
: : a divorce, that Ruth Clerk SWAM ,,. at the charter nigh I
Carolina.Y.iu (OFFICIAL > J. Thom > guests .
Pftttersfl, (OFFICIAL SEAL) : North of not get their hopes
t h e Defendant J-7 4t S-2 on of .said. Court. from taxes gasoline un too"
rntiulred to appear As Clerk
naIR.'I MI* 28. which will mark
'0 "? Florida, I. a non-reald.nt 0' SRAIFOJIIP'1 April 7. "47. In the above T. Frank Lnndrum Btark. FIs wner April set In farm tractors. since triunemachlnon high for fancy prices due to the
resIdence and whose last .'I i rmci'iT roritT. ; mimed Court and cause wherein Alt,. for Plf. 1-7 41 1-28 *elpt of the club's charter from not fact that "The Packer" national
do the
I. .51 Cayuta roivrv' FLoniuticr.it I C18AN: seeks divorce. Pradtoro use public .
plaintiff In Chlf' -
National headquarters
Irk Waverly, Tioga County r. County Telemraph" shall publish tbl.Ord'r I 'ilghways. weekly newspaper, reported In Its i ,
i and that there !. no Plaintiff vs. Padi.!! I four weekly Issue We have letter and legal sits
'In Issue Af March 29 that
the the
State of Florida the for In first I
ireR : Ca.J No. 6481. hand and official Pleading greater economy
ot Defsndant. Witness suit needs onionskIn Is of "
chairman the
subpoena upon whom Carolina.seal paper to your : L. Bigg car of berries would probably roll '
?lnd said Defendant and ORDER OF PUBLICATION North this March content .........nda..ctA. rovernmentstate, county and
tJefendane I. over the asre'uynne AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .t 8tark.. Florida bond rag rent membership drive. Other :ex-congressman: Green seldthatrhe I from Louisiana today and the .

.aIR. Is(n set) years forth In said and STATE B. Rlon.OF whose FLORIDA address to: Mrs.Sadie and *,(OFFICIAL U41. SEAL) A. J. Thomas.waiiiwrigiit ; etc. The TELEOKAIM1.blanks leers and committeemen I In. favored a state Income peak of tho season will be reached t'there ,

:1* Karl M. Campbell, ....cre.r tax' : on the wealthy people who,I around April 15. The flood! t I I

; K- O. Duncan treasurer; I* come .to Florida to live after niaknf of berries from the Louisiana I

1... K. K. Tucker and F. their fortunes. This. srmuHn't market usually adversely affects I ;
Information. A. Canova, .
....... auowrnCau ye and further '
-..' S prices !here, Mr, Alvarez pointed ,
'u uu. K"U" II -.--- his realty offices of e door C. Molllngsworth vice-presidents: be allowed to hit the "little 1.1low".Mr. .. 1 : '
the order remove out
Date nacle group are rather from his former location, occupying I. T, Frank Landrum and Carl Green added.
For these days.Friday east
than the otherwise : the space adjoining! the Johns, directors; J. R. Wain- i:. I* Crawford prtl.I'JentJf The market manager said that..f
>ual HomecomingS evening two splendid Paul Bradford Barber Shop. Qualifying Fee wright finance chairman of the the Bureau announced that two plant. came through the recent j

musicians Rev. and Mrs. 'improvements for the new : For City CandidatesSet charter dinner; Harley Strong' movie films, "America the Beauti cold and heavy rain in good \ .

e ln extensive plans are Kreft. of Chicago arrived on office wilt Include a I Tall Twister and A. B. Baker, ful"" and "The Crop That Never shape and are showing fine; ) :'4 I

Me for the annual Homer schedule to gladden the heartsof Landrum block front, repainting and By Council I II Lion Tamer. The offices were Fallu" will bit shown at the growth Bushes are loaded with I r '-t

celebration of the old MidI those assembled with beautiful glass I' election at the original ) bloom and young fruit at the ,
filled by Bureau meeting tonight (Friday
furnishings. .. office In the
f Methodist Church which music which was played on piano new A plrant* to will hence.forth I'I meeting at 8 o'clock. present time he stated. :
to and tlple "an Instru- city Bradford grossed' t. I
available records, accordion The NLEA met Monday growers more ,
'' '!-Psa. 33:2.: and song. be required to pty a qualifying ,
"anlzed of ten strings than 9130.000 from 15.000 crate
early In 1800. ment and plan were made .
by night fee equalling five percentof Rotarians Attend Shrine Minstrel I t
immunity of Mlddleburgr. Vocal duet were also given convention In of fruit before late January' I t

''Unr I> to the Jacksonville\ HlsSocety these gifted: young message people deliveredby and a ; Tampa for the, forthcoming and other Important business .the the office precious sought.. year'Thl salary*. actionwas of Holy Week ServiceIn To Show Here May 3'! freeze weather and through continued February"foul"and \ .. I. : I .

Is credited with fine spiritual transacted. ,
the ; taken at tWH-tlns; of the of Its usual Starke has been selected an March stopped production her
second oldest town In Dr. Kreft.Saturday 14th Anniversary lieu program j : ,
4. evening the Youth Friday night the City Council here Tuesday night the Rotary Club attended In a of the :few Florida nr.1 for a two-month period.BETTY 1' ; I
of the Mission Hail _Ion which described .
keel wa
the put several the Meeting was back on an even body the Holy Week noon-day fortunate enough to see the j ,
year with a proaramwhich
"raUon of more and was led by Leon will be observed a*. "unique" brcaiwe)"of th* abscnc services In the Methodist Church production' of Morocco nni.KNK LEWI: ,
the church has once and recitations -
K.I Homecoming ard Noegel who Injected a bit of Include reports of delegation tbat. have Wednesday. Speaker for the day famous All-Star Minstrels. This I Mr.. and Mrs. M. L. Lewis former :
; the
other special
day on and
Mr. songs frequented Council sessions In great show will be In resident of Stark., announce
Sunday In May and It Ia humor into the Bible 1Quiz. was the Rev. L. D Halnes. pastor presented ,

paied that this year'i ccl.1II .- and Mrs. Kreft were present to Easter music. will b* other Easter recent month of the First Baptist Church the USO auditorium Saturday the birth of a daughter Betty' '

? draw a record attendThe add their testimonies and music Sunday there and Sunday night Rv. The aiuaUrjrliig dnulUae wa. who ,*pok* on the. topic ?'TheTrial I night, May 3. at 8 o'clock and Darlen, on Thursday, :March 27, p i

the young people anew music established *. 21 day before of Jesu Barabbaa or tickets were placed on sale this In St. Luke's Hospital. Jackson )
public 1* invited, and and taught Steel of Raleigh N. C.. I
"bo attend chorus. Th Sunday services Tommy election. Jesus?" week by local Shrlneri. I vllle. t
are asked< to .
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Present Cantata Is Easter CantataAt

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? Choir of the First BaptistH Song of Triumph", an Easter SIXTY-MINK/ STARKE. L'lORIDA.ElillAV, AI.RIL4.1941<< NUMIIERTWENT'W/ : FOUR J

of Starke will present ther cantata by Edward W. Nor. -. .. .. .-- .._ -- -. _- _.- -- -.- .. .- ... I
Cantata "The Cross TrI- man, will be sung at the First I IIn'

ant' by Ira' B- Wilson Sunnornimj Methodist Church Sunday nightat I City Instructs Fire Chief To Ignore Calls I
City Guard
at. 11 will o'clock. The 7:30: o'clock.Participating. Proposes I Frcm Outside Unless Costs GuaranteedNero Unit \Will Hold Open House

vlng numbers comprise In this presentation -

>rogram: "*" will be members of the Methodist 3 reportedly fiddled while.

Who Worship Sung by Choir: Mrs. W. J. Church- Special Acts Rome burned, and Starke's fire I:; serverthat prepared statementsof Observance of National Army Day :
well Mrs. A.
Z. Adkins, Mrs. A. department may dicker while '
What Manner: of Love- W. Anderson, Mrs. Nelson T. 'I I might kept on
,,0J| houses burn If they'reoutside located
For hand the Fire Chief for I II "A
by ready strong America i is America"
Legislature a peaceful haa been
,m. solo, Blanchard Law and Green, Mrs. O. S. Newcomb, Mrs. the tlty limits and ownersof se
:J.: W. the signature of the property owner lected as ththt'me for this year's observance of Army Day
Klncald. Mrs. S. E. Stitch, the property refuse to guarantee -!I
:.. Trio and Mrs. T. H. desiring service so that valuable on Monday, April 7, according to an announcement
n of Sorrows Osborne Misses Gar- Advertisement of three payment of $50 to cover the yesterday -
special bo the r
I I time need not lost at
nlta Hutto Janet Anderson, Betty acts, sponsored by the City Council city's estimated cost of fire fight- time of a fire by Paptllicn ril G. Kithl Jr., commanding officer of I

nb of God Men's Chorus Ann Flynn, Ona Demorest, Sharon of Starke. Is published in this j 1 ing outside Its limits, the local National Guard unit

'holr.IT Hall, Oleeta Green; and T. T. issue of the Telegraph and gives I Somewhat riled by the attitude Chief Buford foresaw compll'atlona The general public ill invited to the company's Open

Was a Garden--Contralto Long G. S. Newcomb, S. E. dUI notice to the public of the of certain property owners who that might arise when the House:! to be held in tho Armory Monday night from 8 to I
alarm is turned In Is often the
Mrs. L. F. Dinkins and Choir. Ritch, Jim Rltch and Billy Smith. Council's intention to ask introduction do not wish to be included within as 10 o'clock, commemorating this annual event. Featured on
other than thaproperty
0 Shall Roll the Stone Organist, Mrs. E. K. Perryman; at the next session of the i< the city's boundaries but who seem I, case, by someone In the program: will be two motion picture films "The Battle I
owner particularly |
.? -Women's Chorus. pianist, Mrs. F H .Long. State Legislature, of: I I to expect services ordinarily provided I the of by of Ituasla" and "Universal Military Training", heretofore
case occupied
,'r.< Was a Great Earthquake The following numbers will 1. A bill arm-ndlnjc a specialact to those within the limits, I tenants.A property restricted to all but' military .

Jr, comprise the Cantata: panned. at the 1SH5 sessIon |I the City Council Tuesday night -. J
ce Be Unto You-Tenor Soiv 1. Hall Glorious Day Open thus revising the western city I instructed Fire Chief R. C. Buford spokesman for the Council Sergeant Invites I

Nuerenberg. ing Chorus by the Choir. limit tit exclude' the E 1-% of I not to answer such call "withouta statel, that thin action was resorted Public To Open House Tho company headquartersof J I

ht Is O'er Soprano solo, 2. Sing Unto the Lord Choir. the W 1-2 ef Section 29 Town- I definite) guarantee of $30-said to because In several Instances the second battalion, 124th f

June Patel and choir. 3. They Crucified Him Bass ship 6, South Range E (prop- guarantee .to be made prior to bills for fire service rendered -I !infantry, will offer displaysof \

e Walk to EmmauB iss solo choir. erty west. of the Billy Jackson answering the alarm. weapons and equipment of i ii
to outside the
city II
Luther O. Powell and mixed 4. Near the Cross Was Mary and L. I). Vlnlng hoinm). No definite procedure was out persons i the latest type, a large exhiblt -

ette. Weeping Soprano solo, Mrs. 2. A bill amending Section 46 lined by the Councilmen for obtaining limits have been Ignored. "We do of enemy weapons from both t

,inks, be to God-Choir. Adklns! and choir. of the lawn creating the municipality the guarantee and It Is not feel that city taxpayers i the Pacific and European!: theatresof :

day evening services begin 5. Dark Is the Garden Quartet of the City of Starke, presumably left to the discretionof should bear the financial burdenof ( the recent war, and a collnctlon -

alt hour later at 8 p. m. for tenor and bass solos, duet relative to election of the respective the Fire'Chief as to whetherit fighting fires on the propertyof ( of photographs of overseas r

jmmer months. There will choir. officers thereof, eHpecl- should be In writing or verbal.It non-taxpayers", the Councilman operations made by local guardsmen. I''

candle light observance of 6. Keep Your Vain Watch ally pertaining to the Chief of was later suggested by one ob- said .

finances of Baptism and the Men's two-part chorus. Police, anil abolishing the office Prominent officers of the Guard ,I

i Supper. 7. Hall the Easter Morn of Chief of Police. will ba present, Including Colonel

public, visitors, and friends Choir. Son act the Robert
empowering Harkneax, of Lake City,
arke are Invited to worship 8. As It Began to Dawn-So- City of Starke to retire Chiefof ) Recreational Advisor Will Confer commander of tho Second Battalion

i ru>t and all services. prano and alto duet, Mrs. Church- Police A. I- Alvarez on a \ anil Colonel T T. Long, assistant -

well and Mrs. Kincaid. pension of half his present nal- 0-3 of the 48th Division.

Istian Church 9. Fear Not Ye Tenor solo, ary and to pro\Ido' by taxation: With Civic Groups Here Tuesday Lt. Hugh Ingram, public relatlons .

Mr, Newcomb and choir. or otherwise the fund necessary officer of the company, itateil I
ingcllst M. B. :Miller of 10. Christ the Lord Is Risen therefor.In yesterday that the Company's

tain City, Tenn., Is assisting Choir. discussing the proposed legislation Ralph B. Van Fleet, Georgia- chairman, and Mrs. W. C Powell, Open Hunan will\ bo, of a thoroughly

,'W pastor of the First Chris- 11. Savior Divine Sopranosolo Councilmen stated that the I:, Florida representative of the National : secretary. Other committee members Informal character, with

'I'hurch of Starke The Rev. Miss Hutto. first act will be Introduced In I I Recreational Association, are: A. J Thomas' MM. A. guides\ provided for visitors In ,

Dixon, In a pre-Easter week 12. Rejoice in the Lord Choir. compliance with the request of j I will be In Starke Tuesday for the H. Johns, Mrs. Edward Burns, demonstration of the many weapons -'

rival services at the church.ces 13. The Triumph Song Finale property owners In the area concerned purpose of conferring with City Mis. :J.: !M. Smith, Milt Marian displayed. -

are held each night berg II officials and members of the Brown Foster. Shi Smith, S. d. .*|*t, Sitt.! Norbert "Mvynie'iak' Lt. Gen. Oscar W.

at 7:30: o'clock. The public Is cordially Invited to The second act will abolish the : Starke Recreational Project Committee Denmark E. L. Matthews, Chas.A. regular army Instructor. with the commander of the Third Orlswold, I

Easter Sunday the regular this event which will be a high elective office of Chief of Police. ) concerning plans for the Darby, and L. M. Oalnes. P. local National Hnard unit, extend "' has Army
emphasized that In
ale of services will be con- light of Easter Sunday. Under the present set-up only the proposed development of a 4- L. Bridges and W. M. Edwards ,a Cordial Imitation to the will Army Day be "celebrated.no case"

,!: Sunday School at 10 a. m. Chief is elected other membersof acre tract at Pratt and Broad served as advisory members from public to attenil the Opn Ilininn The t
of the
purpose ha !
preaching services at 11 a. Sunrise ServiceAn the department being appointedby Streets, recently purchased by the the City Council. event to be staged. In time Armory I I .said Is to "honor American ,soldiers

d 1 7:30: p. m. The public Is .: the Council. If this bill Is city. The delegation attending the Monday night, April 7. beginning \living and dead, who did i.. It

ally Invited to attend these. ,, Easter sunrise service will passed the police department will Arrangements: for Mr. Van meeting in Gainesville Saturday< at 8..'iock.FarmBureau. much to make peace possible; so to

:es. begin at 5:41: Sunday morning on consist only of appointive men. Fleet's visit to Starke were made was comprised/ Mrs. Osborne, Inform the public of the new I .

Bedford lake at the site of the The third bill Is a duplicationof by a delegation from here that I Committeemen Bridges. Conner, Vote peacetime pattern of national s.- I'

sbyterian Church Salvation Army camp, which is an act passed at the 1945 session attended district meeting of the I and Matthew.,' and N. Carson curity, which Is beInC"dvelope" t ,

sponsoring the event In cooperation but' which was never placedIn Florida Association of Recreation I Geiger, BHS" athletic coach. Opposes.Sales Taxi\ and of Army assignments at home

glorious..!:aster'service has with the churches of Hamp- operat'fondtao'to the fact,that Workers In Gainesville Saturday I It was expected that Mr. Van Legislators Heard ,and abroad." I \

arranged for eleven 'o'clock ton. The tamp Is located ;just off Chjef. Al .are \ :'ran for another morning;,, JIe stated that h. would vFleetiwIll arrive her, about noon, Vv*, [-kfc*. . ay nv"'nmng.....t,..tbe-;; "Frretlyterlart'Church tha'hlgtoWTjfven'miles r 'southeastof term Instead 'of' retiring as proVide Inspect' the site of the proposed Tuesday(( and.-will spend the aft- Opposition 13 a 'b!e: tax was It plated, JII, to varlou acquaint ,

the Rev. Dr. SUrkepn the. ,palatka ,Road *, Id ofdeJ to prevent any Starke project, as ,well as other I ernoort on an Inspection tour of expressed by a unanimous vote sens was,wlth the -, I
W. Kaufman pastor an- 100. technical Hp-ups" the) Council recreational facilities In the 'city, the town. He will then join committee of the Farm Bureau meeting last i relationship between r
an adequate national
.ed ttitf Week. Trie topic for In this beautiful setting 'an appropriate will 'relntr duce the measure. The and then make recommendationsas {members and oily and' "Friday night, following a111OIIsion security) and the Army role and of the i ,
will be of of $80 how the desired school officials for dinner at the' devoted to entire
ermon "Triumph<> and solemn service will, act will provide) a pension to programmight largely a cnr"ilon t. Army.Sltillar I .
Over Death." Special musicbe be conducted.. Loud speaker facilities -' per month for Chief Alvares who best be worked out. Avery Inn, followed by a meeting matters to come before the State I

presented' by the Young will brlg the. ,singing and has headed Starke's police' force The local. committee met last In the city hall at which he will Legislature which convenes next exhibits arc, being fluid

s Choir, assisted by Mrs. EdCharbonnetil messages to ,every worshipper for more than 25 years Friday morning In the School present his recommendations.The Tuesday. throughout the Third Army Area :

,'who will con' present, and the public Is cordi- Board office and elected Mrs. T.' four-acre tract, which will Present for brief talks before1 which Includes. Florida Alabama, 'I,

te an appropriate Eastere I ally invited to attend this Easter!: BaptistsThe H. Osborne permanent chairmanof I be used for the recreational development the Bureau member wcCtate: :: Georgia, Mississippi, North Caro- ,

Evergreen the group. Other was purchased by the Senator Charley K, John, RrpI line, :South Carolina and Tenn- |
dawn -
Sunday school will meetto program.Heilbronn Rev. L. D. Haines, pastor chosen were: Lucian OUICe"j I city from A. L. Alvarez for $ IIOO.Lion's I resentuUve N. I D. Wainwright, Jr. .....e.. f

enjoy an Easter egg hunt Baptist I of the First Baptist Church of and ex-Congrexsman H A. Green. Local churches have been In- |

ill begin the customary pro- Starke, will begin teaching a The Bureau members 1.10 wenton vlted to Include prayers for the I i j

at 10 a. m. The) young peo- The Heilbronn Baptist Church, course entitled "Building a Stand- record as endorsing the three Army In the serviced of April 8. !i \; '
Club Adds
meeting begins at 6:30 p., m., under the leadership of the Rev.S. ard Sunday School" at Evergreen Most Property special acts which will be Introduced

Sunday school. E. Sparks of Starke will In- Baptist Church near Lawtey Mon Redeemed Before Four New MembersWith In the Legislature tifler Louisiana Berries i I I 1
'1 welcome visitors to each of
o'clock, sponsorship of the Uouril of County I
augerate a Youth Week, begin- day night. April 7. at T
services. A happy Easter ning Sunday.The according to an announcement. City Tax Sale the addition of four new Corn ndseioners. I To Hit Market r. I
erybody." Dr Kaufman can.J. members at Monday's meeting, Speaking first Rep. Wainwright -
Mrs. J. u. uver- Along With
..J. events begin Sunday after- this week hy Swift redemption of the majority County'sThe
school superintendent total enrollment of the newly-! stressed l the Importance of inle- I
noon at 4 o'clock with an Easter /street Sunday of properties within the '
i organized, Lion's Club wa Increased quate health facilities: for the people "flrnt pint" of strawberries I
church. .
hunt at the church, with refreshments of the for which the taxes of 1943!
thodist Church egg of Ever- city, to 25. O. J. McGriff, of Florida, and stated) thul he heralding the approach of the j 1
afterwards. The BTUof "All adult members and 1944 had not been paid, was I I II
workers In James Lewis, R, K. Mundorf and favored the establishment of a second phase of Bradford County's t
the church ,will meet at 6:30: Church. and all made to the tax sale las
ter Sunday, April 6, will be green especially A. K. McKinney, Jr., were addedto medical college to Insure a con- unique two-part berry season I j! '
school are
will I
March 29. Properties
the people Sunday
and Saturday,
red 1 In the First Methodist Sunday young the and, receivethe the roster of the city's newest tfnulng source of doctors for the was picked and packed last Frl- > >
to be present redeemed, and which were
1 with special services of present a special program urged to train- not professional and business organ- state's growing popnlntlon., Other day morning by Mrs. Effla Miner I
this excellent to
of amounted
Is Invited. benefits sold for taxes. only
.m of babies and the re- which the public work." Mrs., ization, which first met Tuesday, : items given approval by Itep. of Lawtoy. The pint was Du '.
Lord's :John:
the Clerk Carl
n. of new members. The The young people will take Ing In stated. "We are privil- $77.02, City March 23. Walnwright were the establishment chased by Ralph Alvarez, managerof

meaaage will be brought charge of the midweek prayer, Overstreet under stated. D. A. Monteith, president of the of a livestock market In the State Farmers Market"who
this course
.e pastor, the Rev. W. 3.hwell. service) Wednesday night at 7:30: eged to have leader and memo The sale placed Starke's tax group, stated that the club will Bradford County, and a living predicted that It, will b* around t-

'' and the choir will o'clock and will present a special this outstanding Brother Haines roll In the paid-up status for 1943 be In formation for several weeks wairn for school teachers. Me April 10 before volume Is heavy '
"Christ Sunday, April 13. the ber of the Gospel. and 1944. The 1943 tax roll was stated that the elaborate
the Lord Is RIs'n"'byan program. building enough here
over the State and and that further details as to the to bring outside buy )I
,. Mrs.' 1. E. ChurchweHng closing day, the-' youth of the is in demand fortunate to se- paid up 100 per cent, Johns said nature of Its community activitywill program proposed for the state ers buck to the local market. Ten ,
< the church will fut' all the offices, we are especially with all properties auctioned In capital should be postponed, or
"Open the Gates of : this work." be disclosed at the next meet- crates of berries were sold to t :
and have cure him for 'the 1943 sale bringing In the amount
Ie" by Knapp. from sexton to pastor, Ing. slowed down until matters of "peddlers" here
rang. P
of the 11 o'clock morning of taxes advertised.Scholarship vital taken I
acrament of the Lords charge Move Avery Inn has been designated' more Importance were Ing in price from $7 to 111 per .
administered at the an the permanent meeting place, poor because of
of the service, and will also Law Offices Soon Exams with sessions to be held each )Monday Johns: stated that "we recent rains, Mr. Alvarez stated. ,I

''Tied, during the afternoon, ST. MARK'S EPISCOPALThe Set For April 11 at 6:45: p. m.Arrangements i must keep taxes down" and pledged In discussing prospects for the \ -
''s e Landrum, attorney-( his efforts toward this end. lie l last half of the
unable to attend church Rev. S. W./:Creasey, supply T. Frank will be made for season, the market I'
"S. pastor of St. Mark's Episcopal at-law has rented the West Call Lewis Scholarship examinations 150 guests at the charter night went on record as favoring the exemption manager stated that growersshould .. 1 .
site formerly occupied by Realtor for teachers will be from taxes. of gasolIne not get their hopes up too ,A !
evening service will be Church, announces Holy Communion prospective dinner April 28, which will mark
over to ''th* choir for a services will be conducted at N. D. Wainwright Jr., and announc'es held at the usa building Friday receipt of the. club's charter from used In farm tractors since these high for fancy prices due to the .

"I hour of music which will the church Easter Sunday at 11 that extensive renovation April 11, beginning at 9 a. m. the National headquarters In Chi machines do not use the puh'.lchlgriwayn. fact that "The Packer", national i I .

J Wed by all music lovers. o'clock a. 'm. Church school begins will be made during April by Mrs. Grace Osborne, Supervisorof cago.' weekly. newspaper, reporter! 'In Its ,

,ear It. at 10 o'clock Sunday mornIng Ben Hall, local contractor. county: schools, will be In E. L. Biggs Is chairman of the I'leading for greater economy In Issue. Of March 29 that the first J ,

o'er meeting each Wednesday and E. P. and Instruction Is Until repairs of the office are charge. drive. Other government-state, county, and cur of berries would probably roll t

-0 p. m., and .,,lible Story held on Friday at 7.30: p. m. completed. Landrum will continue Students Interested In taking current membership city-"tft-congresHman: Green said from Louisiana today, and the I .
each Tuesday
Tabernade Barksdale's Store, at Call and the office of County Superintendent dude Earl M.. Campbell jecre- tax on the wealthy people who there around April 15. The flood I I I' I

At The Walnut. A. R. McRae for application tary; 1(. O. Duncan treasurer; L. come in Florida to live after making of b rrls. from the Louisiana. r '.

Idleburg Special treats ror_ a we._inner-_L Wainwright announced. p._ 'n'wu", blanks and further information. A. Canova If. E. Tucker and F. thnlr' fortllne. Thin tlhnull n'l market usually. adversely affects J 1:. ,, ''I

Church. are rather the order, remove his realty offices ofle door C. Hollingiworth vice-presidents; be allowed to hit the "little fl- price,_Jiere Mr., Alvarez pointed .,

1 Date For nacle than group the otherwise, these days.' east from his former location. occupying T. Frank Landrum and Carl low",...Mr. Green added. out. 'I l,.(, I

>ual evening two splendid the space adjoining the Qualifying Fee Johns, director I *; J. R. Wainwright 11. L. Crawford, president uf The market manager said that :. I
Homecoming Friday finance chairman of the, plants came through the i ,
Rev. and Mrs. Paul Bradford Barber Shop. the Bureau, announced that two I recent .
'e again of Chicago arrived on Improvements for the new For City CandidatesSet I' barter dinner Harley Strong movie films "America the Beauti Iful" I- cold ami, heavy rains In good !', .
extensive Kreft, ;
plans arelI1ade the heartsof Landrum office will Include a Council Tall Twister. and A. B. Baker,' and "The Crop That Never shape and are ..howlngI.n.. t' I
for the schedule to gladden By I t'
f celebration annual Home- assembled with beautiful glass block front, repainting and Lion Tamer. The offices were Falls" will b* shown at the rrowth. Bushes are loaded. with : 'I, '

Methodist of the old MidI those which was played on piano new furnithlngs.and AspirantS to office In the filled by election at the original I Bureau meeting tonight (Friday) bloom and young fruit at the ,
Church which music I I present time, he <
stated. ,
"an Instru- admInIstratIon will henceforth meeting. at A o'clock. 'j
S to accordion and tlple, city J.
available records, The NLEA met Monday Bradford growers groused more '
*. 33T: song. be required to a quail. :
'rganlzed atr1ngs"-P paT !
early in 1800. ment of ten made than f ,
and plans were I&O.OOO from 1S.OOO crates .
night ,
mm nlty of Middleburg. Vocal duets were also given by convention In Vying fee equalling five percentof i Rotarians Attend Shrine Minstrel of fruit before late /
?, for the forthcoming January l'r
ling to people and a the previous ye r'" Hilary of ,
Society the Jacksonville Hls- these gifted young message deliveredby Tampa, and other Important business the office sought. This action Holy Week ServiceIn To Show Here May 3 freezes and continued "foul" 1 : iy, I
Is fine spiritual
I. "
credited with transacted. weather through February and
was I "
the al of the -
second oldest town In Dr. Kreft.Saturday the 14th Anniversary Case taken a meeting lieu of Its usual program, Starke has be.n selected. all or. March stopped production hr I Ii'
3. the Youth Friday night Council here Tuesday night :' t"r :
evening Mission Hall work City the Rotary Club attended In a of the few Florida communities for a two-month period. t j
of the dncrlbeitM '
the Keel Ion which
past ev.ral years the Meeting was back on an even with -ft was body the Holy Week noon-day fortunate enough to see the 1947 1" :
by Leon- will be observed a program "unique" because of the bseneo -
"raUon led
of the church has once more and was and recitations services In the Methodist Church production of Morocco DEny HAHI-ENK:: LCVVI.H: "
;e ? Mr. songs
Council eewiion Inrecent
Vn May and Is.. humor into the Bible ,Qui* music. << was the Rev. L It flames, pastor great show will be presented "r residents of Stark., announcethe ; .,
to Easter .
Pate n music, '
Will draw a record I add their testimonies and and Sunday night Rev. The quallfjrliis( deadline wa who spoke on the topic, Tb night May 3, at S o'clock and Darlene, on Thursday March 27.
The Public Is, and taught the young people a Steel, of Raleigh N. C., established M 21 day. ,before Trial of Jnu Earabbas or tickets were placed on safe this In St. Luke's Hospital. Jacksonville .
"bl) attend attend-'I The Sunday services Tommy election. week by local Shrlners. ,
are .. new chorus. Jesus? i 1
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. . . Mr. and Mrs M. D. Young, had . . . Mrs. R. P. Lewis. after spending a while
The dinner In Friends of Miss Iva Mae Lewis, his parents Mr her"
aa guests her honor, Mr. and
State Farm and Mrs W. E. Flllyaw and son, BrookerBy who is now a patient' In Alachua Mott.Mrs. MI1.I.
Bradford County Telegraph Johnny and Mrs. Eloise! Flllyawand County Hospital as the result of Jewell
WhUfltHd 1\1... T. W. Eddy of
liy Mr Bryan an automobile accident, will be ]1.0
. . . sons, Jimmie and Bobbie, all spent Friday of last
ESTABLISHED 1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OwNCR-EoiTOK of Lake Butler. . . . e pleased to learn that she Is slowly with Mr. and Mrs. M! week
f Publlnhed Every Friday and Entered as Second FISH FRY Mr. and Mrs. ''Marcus Reddish VMS MET RECENTLYThe improving.Mr. Mrs. Amy McCormick '
and Mrs. Merle Gano of
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Crewa of Hellbronn Sun- Woman's Missionary So- sonville of h
{'laM Matter at the Posit Office! at Starke, Fla were Springs were Jacksonville were visiting his parents spent part of ]
hosts at their home Saturday day supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. ciety met recently at the home of here as guest of the Rev/v'
Mr. and Mra. F. Gano
j evening at an out-door fish fry A. C. Davis. Other guests of Mr. Miss Lubedla Plnholster. Follow- W. Layhorn.
MEMBER 1947 Those attending this enjoyable af- and Mrs. Davis during the past ing: the business and devotional recently. '
O. B. Colson son, Resale;
fair were Mr, and Mrs. Arthur week were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford meeting:, a social hour wag enjoyed CEMETERY WORKING
Subscription 93!: Annually $...0 For Six Month Harding, Mrs. Mildred Rivers, Rhoden of Waldo and Mrs. W. M. by the sixteen ladles present.The T. W. Markey Charlie Kelley,
Vance Russ, S. M. Mott, and E. T. O.
.sandwiches, : P. Hale of Lake
.. Mrs. Andrews and L. C. Clemons Rhoden of Macclenny. hostess BUtler
of Lake Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mra. Bard Gale and daughter coffee and cookies to her guests.BIRTIID.Y Stewart enjoyed! a fishing trip to nouncesawo.klnKatElzlea. ,

HARDLY A THREAT Williams of Starke, and Mr. Sharon, of Palatka spent the' pa tweek.nd PARTY Santa Mr. Fe and Lake Mrs.last Pascoe week.Mott and I I Cemetery All interested next Friday, i.r

} J As the 1947 session of the State Legislature approachesthe and Mrs.Mrs.O. B.L. Thompson A. Shepherd.Miss Mr. Virginia and- Woodward.Mrs. with. Mr. and' Mrs..J. W. Mrs. W M. Lawhorn was the baby have moved to Gainesville f,, come, bringing are tools rnquettq,

sound and the fury occasioned by Senator Mathews' Engram Mrs. J. W., Wil- honored guest on her 77th birth-
proposed "white primary" bill continues at fever pitch. In liams and Mr.? and John .- R. W. 'Brannen spent Sun- day anniversary Sunday. March -
view of the meager support that has been uncovered,for this Crews. Mrea.! day with her mother- ,, Mrs. H. P. 30, when her children. grandchildren -
In Brooker.
measure to date we predict that it will die a-borning, When Qainey and great grandchildren
JUNIOR GET-TOGETHER Mrs. A. C. Davisnd son, Clifton gathered for faniily dinner. Mrs. ,
Governor of Georgiaour neighboring state whose
even A group of Farm Juniors, Including were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lawhorn has 10 children living,
politics frequently seems as backward as it is flamboyant- Kenneth Dobbs, J., W Clifford Rhoden In Waldo Sun- 29 grandchildren, and 17 great
turns thumbs down on a similar measure it is inconceivablethat Walker Jimmie Godwin, J. L. day. grandchildren.

Florida, where emphasis is placed on progress in .,all Dnwlinff, Dewey Thornton. Irma Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Dowllng. At the beginning of the meal I 51>E(141
things-civic, political, and social-would approve a step Jean Godwin, Carolyn Bradley, moved to Jacksonville Monday.Theressa Mrs. Lawhorn expressed thanks to
that is definitely back toward the old, unsatisfactory nomi- Carolyn Crews, Jimmie Moncrlei "our' dear Lord for the many
nation of candidates in convention without state supervi- and Betty Williams, had an Informal . . . blessings of the past years and I r -
lt sion. party at the home of Mr. for the noon meal."

b As usual, outside interference by eager beavers north of and Mia. W.For H. Williams several Satur-hours Among those present to enjoy' SAPP'S STARLINGS''

the Mason-Dixon Line is doing more harm than good. Almost day night. around By Eva Mae Trlcst this happy occasion were: Mrs.

every mail brings some long-winded tract from a so-, bonfire.lawn games Their were refreshments played consisted a- . . . Bessie Brannen and family, Mrs. &

ciety for the advancement of or prevention of something or I of sandwiches with Coca- Mrs. A. ....::, Sullivan returned to dry Lorena and Boyles family, ,Mrs.Mrs.Ozena Amy Hen-Mc-,' STORE GROCERY
who..thinkthey i
of over-zealous souls
other-obviously a group Cola. her home here Friday of last Cormick and family, all of Jack-
are ordained to save that old debbil SOUTH from,. its of
WMU SOCIALThe week from Ocala where she was sonville; Lee Green and family
W own evil machinations. social meeting of the WMU the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gainesville; Mrs. Zada Debose and 600 E. 10th St. 1 Last Store E. Call Si

t.// i To all such we would say: We firmly believe that there of the Raiford Baptist Church was Milliken and family for several family of Worthington; Russell FRIDAY & SATURDAY
are enough intelligent and scrupulous people in Florida to held at the home of'Mr and Mrs. days.Mr. Green and family and Mrs. Rosa APRIL 4-5

'1'\\ prevent the passage of legislation] that would be unfair'to J. M. Bradley Monday night with and Mrs. Guynell McGee Plnholster, all of Brooker, and v _
> and children, of Macon Ga., arrived Joe Green of Starker:'
any group. Also to all.such] we would say: Clean up your Mrs. Bradley as hostess. I

.t'r;; ..., own political environment and then, if yOu. still have excess In keeping with their chosen i Saturday to make their wel- Mrs. S. M. Mott has returned
:1x. energy turn your attention elsewhere. I tacky party theme, decorations' home here. ,We are proud to home after a week's visit in Best
: Mr.
them to our community.
come Bacon
I i were awkwardly arranged collard I Greensboro with her brother and 42
McGee la a brother of Mrs. James
I Dlosaoms. By popular'vote first Swindell. sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lion White (
i1iil EXPENSIVE BUT NECESSARY I prize for best costume was presented Mrs. Llnnie Beck, Kenny ,Crosby.

*: Action of the Starke Rotary Club last week in endorsing to Mrs. D. B. Browningwhile Thomas, and Mr. and Mrs. Buck- Mrs. Winifred Hazen and two

1 efforts to establish a medical college in Florida represents Mrs. Drew Sweat and Mrs. hart were shopping in Starke small children of Gainesville, were 6' V .....
1./:, we believe, a cross section of opinion in this community, andY Hugh Rahn won honorable men Thursday of last week. visiting relatives here Saturday
1> perhaps the state at large. tion. Appropriate prize awards Walter Swindell was!! a business afternoon.
f: were also made In fun affording visitor In Gainesville Monday. Leslie and Roy Green were visitIng Gallonsof
'if The Florida Medical] Association, with 1662 members contests. 99c
Mrs. L. C. Smith of Waldo was Mr. and Mrs. R. K Dukes at
': who are practicing physicians recently went on record as Mrs. Bradley served a dessert Dukes Sunday.
the guest of her sister
'il' favoring the immediate establishment of such a college. It course to her guests who were mother, Mrs. W. W. Packham and Mrs. Pitt Baxter spent Wednesday -
'1 is encouraging to find that the lay mind- also is apparently members and their invited friends. I Mrs. Annie Triest over the week- 'until Sunday of last week In GoodYellow .

solidly behind the proposal. There were about 40 ladles pres end. Jacksonville with her parents, Mr. cache J

In its resolution the Medical Association pointed out ent. I C. M. and F. W. Green and and Mrs. Johnnie Lewis. .

.frA i the urgent need for a medical school in view of the following COMMUNITY: : CLUB MEETING families spent Sunday in Cedar Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis and
of Jacksonville, spent the
facts: Spring flowers of marked beautywere .Key.Miss baby vr r .
arrived weekend here' with his mother,
"(I) the mexllral schixtln. of the nation are so overcrowdedthat used to decorate the. club Elizabeth Phillips I

i i the few new students accented represent a negligible proportion room for the meeting of the Saturday from Baltimore, Md., vices Sunday night at 7:30: p. m.,

r I of the number of applicants. ; (Z) In an Increasing! number of Community Club Tuesday, after- where she visited Mr.her and brother-in-Mrs. John at the Christian Church. Easter 5 'Lbs. 21c
( law and slater
ti,Ii'' states, medical schools, are meeting the unprecedented demand by noon of last week. Thornton, for two weeks. She Bun-rUe services will begin at
accepting only those students who reside within those states, the The President, Mrs. P. D. I was accompanied by Mrs. Thorn- 3:41: a. m., Sunday morning on
Fancher, presided over the meetIng Bedford Lake at the Salvation No. 1White
their to
Institutions thereby recognizing obligations
tax-supported ton who will visit a while with "
i their. (citizenry and (3)) the likelihood of Increasing! demand and when Important business waa her father, D. J.. Phillips. Army Camp and'a' splendid pro-
social ota toesKINGAIN'S
transacted. During the has been arranged.
c n equent geographic limitations of students for years to come hour Miss June Caldwell played Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan and gram
'threaten to deny altogether to Florida students the opportunity numbers and the daughters, Willie Mae and NormaLu t--------- --------
popular piano
\ of Alachua and Mr. and Mra. .
of obtaining a medical education" hostesses Mrs. Tom Conner. and rrr
Yet I IWeJ'JtI1
Forsythe, and daughter,
It was also pointed out in the resolution that Florida'spopulation Mrs. L. A. Shepherd served Jeanett, of ,Jacksonville, were
Is from two to seventeen times greater than ten sandwiches and cup, cakes with' weekend visitors of Mrs. S. R. Cor'neiTBe'ef Pottedjeat:

+? l of the twelve states of the Union who do not have medical coffee. Swindell and family. '

, schools and that Florida is growing more rapidly than any Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Engramhad Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley and +

of these states. aa their guests from Saturdayuntil daughter, Ruth, Grace Dickinson : Hash'29c 3 Cans 23c
Monday Capt. and Mrs. Charlie Mae Hall, and Eva Mae 6Y -
James Sunserl of Montgomery, Triest were visiting Mrs. Lydia 'SEEINGTHAT
No one has yet denied that it would be tremendously Alabama, and Ira King, of Don- Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Garfield r RED LABEL
44 expensive to build. equip and maintain a medical college in aldsonvllle, Georgia. Johns and family in Hampton THe KINGAN'SSpaghetti

Florida. But more and more people are beginning to realize Accompanied by three other Sunday afternoon. :GETS oNL'I' L uzi anne
that there are some things that cannot be reckoned in dollars home economics students of BHS Jimmie Swindell and Guynell /
and cents. Good health is one of them and a continuo and their teacher, Miss Jocelyn McOee returned home Sunday fol- BEST of,OOPS!

ing supply of young doctors is essential. to the public wel- Zeigler; Miss Pauline Brannen attended lowing, a business trip -to Macon, COFFEE42c
fare. > the Future Home-Maker Ga.
t and Meat
Convention in St. Petersburg Fri Everyone is urged to attend HILL'SCOFFEE
day and Saturday. En route both Sunday school at 10 a. m.. wor- SHOP
services at 11 a. m., BTU at
Driven 1OOO Miles ? ways Miss the Zeigler's delegates parents were in guestsof Sara- ship 7 p. m., and Worship services at 151 WEST CALL ST. 2 Cans 39c

8 p. m., at the Baptist Church.
E T sota.Mr.. and Mrs. Earl Chambers I There will also be worship ser- 'v -, : .
IC Pure-Sure Lubrication and family of Live Oak were -
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.

Chambers Sunday.
Saturday'visitors of Mr. and
Wainwright'sPURE Mrs. Dave Thornton were Mr. '
and Mrs. S. B. Carroll and chil-
OIL SERVICE STATION dren of Lake Butler and, Mrs. Hospitality in your hands

Emory Townsend of Raiford.
Temple Avenue and Pratt Street During the past week, on separate -

; occasions. Mr, and Mrs. Al-
f bert Yarbrough and children of

Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. "'r" '..!' ."
Johnnie B. Johns and children of
Any Radio Repaired --- '$2.00PLUS Kingsley Village were visitors of -
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Yarbrough.

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Be atamps will be validated this year I
I. Fla. LeaguehOugh and Stamp 11, along with others
to lie authorized later, must be
temporarily stymied used to fill all household needs, ,I I
itennlttent rain and Inade- It was stated. .
I ground facilities, the Starke 1 i it
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leek reported valuable prac- JUST RECEIVEDA I
Lslons in preparation for a t ;
L that will engage tho locals'
various Independent teams Carload Of .
rtheast Florida. I
Itf handicap was lack ota Full-O-Pep Stock I
for infield practise, a slt-
1 which will be remedied Feeds
[ompletlon of tha. new dla- ,
Iwest of the High School.eW ,
field la expected to be I Il II I
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Ln Geiger, coach of the

Independents thus far! ,accorded commendedrnout the ON 1 FEED COSTS .

tall fur baseball:'candidates. .
a well-rounded nine Is not I
expected. in the second week
ItUse; Geiger said that sevLplrants P/orr/ of f>*c/ing/

were showing good for Eggtf
ieason form. These Included
c Kenis at centerfleld, Bud- II I
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shop at first base, Keene, plea I
Seaboard( employee, as n n ,. r
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| Geiger himself[ Is exi WMO Io.r I
to play left field. Charlesy 'I1 q: I I
may be classified at sec- AYIIIT '' k
se. Positions are not yet Vllir AIMV OAT IXNISITtAMU I
f APRIL '.12
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fined for candidates 7 U
Wesley McRae, Richard t

find to join Al Harley.the squad Those later ex In- Vitamin Benefits in 1..12 :V

Shad Bryant a substantial 1-12' r' j jI
let for shortstop Garland Ful-0-Pep Promote Rugged APRIL z r t?, y APRIL
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good chance of being en ., t w :
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which nand The ChrlitianJ
II fnclo .d If 1 for plow me
e tanMt .I J Science Monitor tar one month. turned their high resolve into positive action by joining' Rive to their members' their accomplishments' in I ,

Noma___.________________._....r either the Regular Army, the National Guard of the many interesting fields.!! i ,

Street___________________ United States, the Organized Reserve or the K.O.T.C. But t even more I Important t t, Army Day exhibits' will L

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II WMU Circles Hostess Two Hostesses RowlandMarshallMr. Half size ladles. dre. I
ft! SOCIETY and CLUBSMrs. Baptist Young to 21 1-%; high ",",y III I

f; Met This WeekCircle Gives Easter Party Entertain UDCMrs. and Mrs. B. B. Rowland ter. At Stump's..ham.! I'tj, ,

of 601 West Madison street
Three of the Women' Margaret Rose Duncan, assistedby W. F. Godwin and Mrs.
Scott HostessTo Surprise Party Missionary Union, of the Baptist her mother, Mrs. K. O. Dun- Caro Chandler were joint hostesses Starke, announce the engagementand lives Love ever give, forgl' .ei"
marriage of,their ; ever stand,
WCTU MembersThe For Charles Mooney Church met at the home of Mrs. can, and godmother, Mrs. J. W. Wednesday afternoon when approaching and while It lives"lIh open" .: I
J. M. Brownlee Tuesday, April 1. KincalJ, was a charming little they entertained members of the daughter, Helen Lucile, to Dwight this Is love's ,, It piny ,
Laura Scott WCTU met Charles Mooney, Tornado football Six members and one visitor particIpated hostess Wednesday afternoon W. T. Weeks' Chapter of the I. Marshall, Jr., son of Mr. and and give and pt'1''galh'' t0*

last Friday afternoon at the homeof star, was the honored guest in a discussion of the when she entertained at a delightful United Daughters of the Confederacy Mrs. Dwight I. Marshall, Sr., of your Lord, give DO '.' !
Scott with Mrs. Thursday night of last week at a "The field at door," The your 'Milir,
Mrs. Wilbur topic our Easter party at her home on at their home on Cherry St. Apalachicola. The wedding will friend and
W. N. Johnson, president, presid- surprise party given by Everett devotional theme, John 4:28-28: Walnut St. Artistic arrangements of day to the your city| ? lieu; n

ing. Devotionals were led by Crews In the Service Center on was led by Mrs. S. E. Sparks The lower floor of the Duncan I llllies, sweet peas and old-fashion- be an event of this summer Fund. S.Baptist E. Sparks thurch Buli Ul,(!\!
Miss Olive Ray. Church Street, the occasion being Community missions were discus- l'ollUnlh
home was attractively decorated ed phlox; were placed at vantage Chairman.
y Letters were read dealing with Charles 18th birthday annlver sed by Mrs B. T. Thomas, Mrs. with pastel colored flowers and points in the living and dining Winsome Class I
the evils of the liquor interests sary. T. B. Harding:, and Mm S. E. Easter decorations for this lovely rooms in decorating for thla r.
: and important matters discussed Games and dancing were enjoyed Sparks. The offering totalled affair. meeting. The Baptist Winsome Class .. CITY LIMITS GROCER
pertaining to local problems. Tentative throughout the evening! and refreshments meeting scheduled for tonight, and SERVICE )
'1 plans were made for the of birthday cake, $12.Plans were made for the During the afternoon appropriate The meeting was presided over Friday has been postponed until STATION
April meeting which will be In the sandwiches, and cold drinks wereserved. Brotherhood Supper of April 13 prizes were awarded for the by the president, Mrs. E. K. Perry- next Friday night, April 11, to
; man. Mrs. W. O. Bane, secretary, STAPLE &
Luncheon her finder of theprize egg and for avoid with FANCY
form of a..Fellowship The hostess, assisted by conflicting Good Friday -
with neighbor Unions.participating. In addition to members of the daughter, Mrs. H. Johnson, served the winner of the word contest, .gave her report and Mrs. Godwin, services GROCERIESGulf

There was a good attendance younger feet, guests Included Mrs.i a delicious salad course. The "Easter Greetings". I treasurer, gave the'chapter'a Oil Products
s'' and one new member was Charles Mooney, Sr., Mrs,. D. A. table was laid with a beautifullace The dining table, decorated In I financial report.
added at this meeting. Monteith, Mrs (A. W. Anderson, cloth, centered with a large yellow and green, .was overlaid Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, gave the his- Children's pinafore, sun cults, -
Mrs. Scott, assisted by Mrs.! Ara and Mrs. J. W Ktncald. bowl of yellow popples. with a yellow linen cloth and cen- torical program, using as her sub- baby dresses, .and boys' suits at 11th St. & Temple AVL
Moltt, served refreshments.The ** The next meeting will be at the tered with a nest holding a yellow ject "The Confederate Ideals of SlJoppe.f.
meetings was closed with Easter dresses, hats, and bag. home of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. bunnle and green eggs. Fur- Democracy". .
prayer. at Smart Shoppe.iffl Circle Two of the Baptist WMU ther carrying out the Easter mo- At the conclusion of the meet-

met Tuesday afternoon at the tif were the paper napkins and ing the two hostesses served a
home of Mrs. A. J. Thomas. plates. delicious dessert course to the following MUSIC & DANCING

i Mrs. L. D. Haines, program Refreshments of individual members present: Mrs
I a chairman, had charge of the pro- cakes Iced In green and topped Halle, Mra. Adkins, Mrs. Ferryman -
gram for the afternoon and was with a little yellow chick, Easter Mrs R. A. Green Mrs. O. L. **. withLEROY
assisted by Mrs W. B. Alexanderand candles and soft drinks were Haynes, Mrs. E. S. Matthews,
Mrs. Clyde Priest. Mrs, served Miss Olive Ray.and Miss Madge OLIVE

Alexander also gave the Devo- Those Invited to be with the Middleton.

$y 9 SPECIAL I tional. young hostess were: Jane Rich- And His Bradford TroopersEVERY
Routine business was transacted, arde, Frances Caldwell, Mary Rivers : Woman's Club Will
EASTER' the secretary's report being !given I StubbIns, Linda and Anne, Hear
by Mrs E. W. Hayes, and the !Johns, Florence Brown, Delores Chaplain SpeakOn
I DINNERS treasurer's report by Mrs. P. M Marshall, Joan Smith, Sandra I 'American Home WED. NIGHT AT NIGHT OWL CAFE

Barefoot.Mrs. Johns, Mary Carrol Beasent, MarIan (l'/2' Miles North of Starke on Jax'Highway)
t W. R. Morse, community Ward, Norma Jean and Emma Miss Luclle Mitchell, presidentof
l mission chairman, gave an interesting Canova Joan Slade, and Jean- the Junior Woman's Club has
and informative report. nette JMcLendon.WSCS announced that John F. Hagan,
p During the social hour Mrs. chaplain USN will be the guest CAFE

And All The DRESSING Trimmings Thomas and Mrs. Morse served To Meet speaker at the regular meetingof (Just North of City Limits on Jax Highway)
delicious refreshments of ice the Woman's Club Wednesday
Zll 1.50 'ream, individual cakes,'and punchto Circles of the Woman's Societyof afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the

the eleven members present.The Christian Service of the First club auditorium. FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHTS AT MIDDLEBtRC

Rtal Sou. Fried Chicken May meeting will be held Methodist Church will hold the Chaplain Hagen's topic for the
at the home of Mrs. E. Lennon. monthly business and
Hot Biscuits Easter Salad program afternoon will be "The American

1.50AVERT social meetings Monday afternoon, Home". Judge E. K. Perryman, EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT AT RED'S PLACE
Class Enjoys April 7, at 3:30: o'clock.
Nursery Circle Number One, Mrs. J. D. County Chairman, Cancer Control, (2 Miles North of Starke on Jax Highway)
Easter Egg HuntMrs. Cottrell, leader, will be entertainedby will give a ten minute talk. Mrs.
? INN.
Mrs. E. L. Matthews at her Edward Charbonneau, contralto,
M. E. Land, Superintendentof
? '-' NORTH WALNUT / the Baptist Nursery Class, entertained home on North Church street. will be guest soloist
Kincaid la co-host-
Mrs. Jeanette
the children Tuesday Hostesses for the afternoon will
afternoon at her home with an host-ess. be> Mrs. W. H. Nollman, Mrs r
Easter egg hunt. Circle Number Two, Mrs. Joe Bertha Pearce, ifrs. O.,L. Haynes,
After the gaily colored eggs Martinez, leader, will be enter- Mrs. B. F. Harvey?Mra. S. I* Starke
tained Mrs. D. E. Knight at Battery Service
had been hidden and found several by Peek, Mrs. J. M. Hembree, Mrs,
fhQ i times the young guests enjoyed her home on North Walnut street L. H. Hill, Mrs. M. W. Cressler,
r Coca-Cola, cookies and the and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd.
Mrs. 8. E. Sparks and Mrs. D.
beautifully eggs.
L. Thomas spent Wednesday morn-
1"' EASY T0. APPLY Marvin Mrs.,Land Lawson was, and assisted Mrs.by Burton Mrs ing in Gainesville Located at Temple & Lake Service Station

Gorgeous lino of Easter: dresses,
I hosier, both Nursery Class teachers. Have
tr' at Stump's.F.C. .
i your portrait Rebuilt Batteries

made j3-O-R3R !y. .. .

i in the familiar S E i
i, surroundingsof -. .

your own home I J Your Old Battery
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a'' THE NEW "CELLOPHANE-LIKE" FINISH FOR Well, folks, I never aspired to .: "Goodbye. Guaranteed Work
be a playwright, but I couldn't CURTAIN: .
resist the dramatic implications
xy OST In the City Council's action of This spring weather not only T. H. OsborneWRITE Don'tfoiscard'
I Your Old
UI..wNdakn.dass.ps'.t.Th.snlsd Tuesday night instructing the fire brings out the buds and the birds, Battery
N Ml foe hrtwtot .*wrtild* m*. A laotk. Jkv4 .95I chief to refuse service to residents but also seems to set Starke oil BOX 423 l
gal M.i will ..' .r.ck s iMS es p..ll IsYI utsldethe city limits unless they men on their feet Sinclair- OR CALL, AT Let Us Rebuild It

guarantee' (in advance) paymentof man Harry Tucker, Just out of HOOFER BROS. STUDIO
ISO: .. Now It seems to me bed after a week's seige of ar h- I "
that this is perfectly right, and rltls, received a surprise visit
q, fire anywhere is no laughing Wednesday from Shellman Jess I
.. matter, but just for the ,sake ot Alexander, up and at 'em again -
good, clean fun, let's Imagine the after a year of critical Illness -
I Farm Home & Auto Supply following scene taking place in Couldn't get an Inkling as to their
front of the fire house some early conversation, but strongly suspect
'twas about their ills and NEW SERVICES your Ford
tC (GUY ANDREWS) morning say about 3 a. m. mostly Garage
A tell-tale reddish glow lights the pllla Call Street friends of
PJ, rl sky in the distance and a pajamaclad Bill Carnaalon are cracking wise
man with touseled hair and this week, claiming that Bill's l
frantic eyes dashes up and rouses return to Greece was loo much

( the fire chief out of bed for King George 'Tia true, FORD-SaIl Cloth NEW MOTORS
Act 1, Scene 1 ,that Bill set foot back in the "old
EIISTERiai7 Pajama-Clad Man: My house :country" on Sunday, but it's hard -
la on fire! ComA put it out!" to believe that the shock was en- SEAT COVERS "6" or "8" on HAND

FRIDAY AND Fire Chief: "Do you live withIn tirely responsible for the mon-
the city limits or without the arch's demise .
elty limits?" iFN
P.C.M.: "Who knows? They So long'. See you in the nextCarolyn.

l tu change the darned thing so much.I . v" ll
u haven't read the. paper this tfr4
: week."
P.O.: "Then we'll have to find

SHOES ALl. out old man I'll call the city POULTRY OWNERS ,Y,/ndspqpfy'ldl4'

l SIZES h: + attorney." y'ldl4'' {N4ifl'l'+ rh s'f'
P.C.M.: "But my house '-, it's TRY'TIIE AMAZING
J White j< .
and 2 98 ; ,.. : :' burning down, I tell you." NEW TONICS
Brown & White '
F. C. "This will only take a
minute-that ia, unless you're in
% i the special act they're introducing
; in the Legislature this week. That Yocam & Ford TIRES
5 FfJLLFASHIONEDRAYON would complicate things. It prob- Goodyear

ably won't be voted on for days."

4 P.C.M.: "I can't watt I tell;; you. BATTERIESAMMONIUM

F7 HOSIERY 1.10' < My mother-in-law is Trapped on I
< the second, floor. She's scared

peechlesa.", 'e.fs x ? \ /
/ ,1 4 F.C.: "Impossible, ol'd man. Whoever :\\iu

heard of a mother-in-law beIng Y-' S _
R Men's Dress SHIRTS I .
speechless, scared or otherwise
? But tell you what If'you'll w 1 6:00 x 16 _
just alt down and sign this guarantee ,
Blue form, we can go ahead and ,, a '
Try It !
fire then determine
put out your 'ike. I'
.Y y4 Mt later whether you're in the limits +, ,
Tan 4r' or not." vY

PC.M.: "Oh thanks that's 1"Vorld's
1 Bamboo 1 awfully nice of you. Now can SULPHATE
: "
t we run the truck out? ) : Finest In 10-Pound
F. C.: "Sure. Climb on."

M 3.50 2 69 (By this time the bright red Fertilizer Bags _

h VALUERobbins'. glow has faded in the distance to
a dim pink.) Write: Ruth Rossi

4 P.C.M.: "Something tells me 1 Penn Poultry ServiceRepresentative ANDREWS MOTOR CO.
might as well save my $::50. The
house has in smoke"
I gone up SALES
F.C.: "Well, I sure hope your and, SERVICE
mother-in-law got uut all right." Rt. 1, Box 112
SsMsf P.C.M. "Yeah, so do I. She was I PHONE 118 STARKE FLAt .
Starke Florida
wearing my ,best Bilk loungingrobe.
Goodbye now."

,,,; -

y., APRIL 4. 1941

'(BITS of LOCAL NEWS G. W Hazen of Brooker spenta Mrs. W. J, Epperson and daughters [ Love -- ,
outlives Mr
I IJ. few days the first of the week Mary Sue and ever gives, forgive | and Mrs. Edmond Tenly Mrs. VV J. Johnson' and baby
Sally Ann ." .
stands with
.1' hands
; ,
with i open r have had
his son-in-law and daughter pent Friday and Saturday In and while It llvrai'lt/ Riven. For aa recent visitors Mr. daughter. Sheryl of Rome. Ga., J
Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. are guests of Mrs. Johnson's
A. E Carl :
and Tenly
M. Smith and Mrs. H.wn Mrs. Annie Laura Newner McKinney Jacksonville as guests of Mrs.Epperson's this N. love' pvrogutlws to Rive son ,
of his son and daughter-in-law Mr. Rodney, of Gainesville; Mr. and brother-in-law and sister :Mr. and
guesta Tuesday Tampa wan the parents, Mr. and( Mrs. and give and give. IK you loveyour '
were guest last
week- and Mm. L. O. Hazen. R. L. Richard. Mrs C. H. Walters of Jacksonville Mrs J. L. Anderson. I
Mrs. Glen Duke end of her Lord,
and faintly,
brother-in-law your your
esvllle.f Mr Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd.and sister to Ladle S3 at Easter dresses sizes 9 Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson friend. and your city? Then glvr Cordele; and Ga.Every Mrs. B N. Shivers of, For Tiilillnt. ( portraits .N T. II.OHlxtrne. .I ,
Stump's. ,
p c A. Darby. Mrs. J. R. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd :Mr. and Mrs. C.They C. are Jonea lo>and ely.,, spent Saturday In Gainesville. to the Baptist Church Building/ I I Nee tuon page 4. I

right and Mrs. O. B. Flynn had aa their guests Mr. and Mrs. daughter Mrs Paul Webber and I Mra. R. A. Colson and Mrs. Fund. S. K. Sparks C'onmilttre !

p Tuesday in Gainesville.nOa j Emerson Shaw and daughter grandson George, of Atlanta Ga., Dewey spent Thursday In Jack. Chairman. St

of Mrs. A E. McKinney Carolyn and son, Alfred and Mr. arrived Wednesday for a visit sonville.Mra. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Scott !

ur to learn that she has and Mrs. Frank Powell and son, with Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shep O. L. Haynes and 1 Mrs. were brother-in-law guests Monday of her Branch of I
glad Tommie all of Adel Ga. Arthur Holiday spent Tuesday in and ulster Mr. and

rated after being confined Mrs. W. C. Jones of herd.Mrs. Mrs. Walter Clatzau, In Deland. I
Tampa arrived J. G. Mllllcan of Palatka Jacksonville.Earl .
home because of illness., today to spend the Easter was a recent The Scott's nephew S2e Bobby INSURANCEH. !
ii visitor
of her brother Johnson of Metter Ga., I
leu-Form and GossanI brasStump' week-end< with Mr. and Mrs I. P.Shepherd. and Glatzau was homo on 0-day leaveat
Blster-ln-law Mr the
and Mrs.A. spent week-end here with his that time and when he returns
". .
at E. McKinney. family and Mrs. J, M. Brownlee.
I to his the USS Toledo in
Mrs. H. ship
of B. McLendon
land A. C. Ferguson and Friends
Mrs. of
Mr. and Mrs. J, H. T. H. Slade has returned froma he will
Philadelphia, begin a trip
Invllle guests' Sundayon daughter, Jeannette of Orlando Gill of
were Norfolk. Va., will be C. WALL AGENCYPlease
arrived business trip to Baxley Ga. around the world Mrs. Scott remained i
to .
of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. yesterday spend the to learn that they have movedto t
Easter holidays here with Mrs.McLendon's I their home Major T. T. Long attended the for a longer visit.
Mr. on Kingsley Lake. federal Inspection of the National Mrs. L. A Davis Mrs. E. K. Phone 146CLASSIFIED
parents and
has They bought the
W Alderman re- property formerly :
G. E. S. Matthews. Dr. McLendonwill known Guard In Jacksonville Wednesday Ferryman and Mrs. O. L, Haynes
a visit ylth as the Holland place. and dis
after enjoying arrive '' night. attended the luncheon
tomorrow and will accompany Mr. and Mrs.
Gill r
ughter, Mrs. S. P. Vande- them back Sunday aft this their plan to make Beautiful line of I'Jtster shoes, trict meeting of the UDC held at
permanent home
I the Woman's Club In Jackson
Bat Bay Pines. ernoon. ... j T. J. Griffin and Mrs. Carrie at Stump's.Friends .
ville Friday. "
of Mrs. W. M. Edwards I
Ritcli pent Tuesday in Jackson For home portraits Bee T. IXO f
will be glad to learn that she returned -
ville.Mrs. ..lwin>... See Sul on pa.J. ." ,
ladio i Batteries t i 5 95 I, N. Breazeale was to her home Sunday after FOR YOUR CAR we haw a nw
shop- to
; being confined to Riverside Hospital Friends will be I'MIM'O auto raillot 1 hnnp' .h'In.t"III..I..n. Poll HALF. nonil w'nlta dipped
.. .u. .. ping in Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. In Jacksonville know that Col. G. C. Irwin was An low a. 14.1 BO.HHKl ehuekd l 8.field porn ,
following an r H.
: 3. .
> Kdwnnla,
PLUS Guy S-.Ie.- Mrs. Herlong eye operation. recently transferred from the station Court at Madison streets WISH, stark Vll'10. box tit, 8tsrke.t''ON'T : tf

:00x16 TIRES 14.80 TAX Adams and Mrs. J. F. Guy spent Friends of T. T. Long will be hospital at Fort Monmouth It

Tuesday in Jacksonville.Lad N. J., to the Oliver General Hospital 1"011'1I1""mobll. aue t
Interested to learn that he has FOR HALIO -- Two 700120 truck
tlon i>very \\ riln **jilay. I
lev and ('hll supply
hat. at Stump'lI.Friends visitor to 700x16 Ford pick-up wh: *.lri: two lluy or sell.
office at the State Farm the first has been a frequent ffOOxld va.Neng.'r ear tlr,.. Thva* If
of Mrs. Ludie Lemacks. with hire who Is a tires slightly used
Starke Irwin but are In tirr-
Auto of the week. He held this position 1 I
I :
astern Supply will feet condition. At Hindu UulKPlant.
popular telephone operator daughter of Mrs Cella I. Manages .
before entering the U. S. tr FOR SALE
be glat' to learn that she has recuperated I
after I Armed services. During his service FOR 8AI.K .- Lot with 100 fool I II
being confined to and
STARKE FLA. Mrs. II. B. Edmondson son
I .
', he was promoted to colonel: frontage on Cryxtnt: I.nko with LATRINE
her home because of illness.SPECIALS Hugh of Tallahassee are enjoy IHTK log t'nbin.V III miorllloo, forcash :
H. A. Lawson
and Maurice Edwards
N. I) Jr., Cnllatret
w 1 N K L ERWEEKEND Jr.. spent Thursday and ing a visit with her pnientt) Mr. Mtark. : If MESS HALLS;; t
B. Jones In Lawtey. t
and Airs' M.
Friday In Donalilaonvllle, Ga., lUcreafion
where they attended the livestock Formal. at Smart Shoppe. LIST YOUR FARM CITY AND Buildings* ,

show. While there Maurice boughta BUSINESS PROPERTY 10( X Ifi HUTIVIENTS .,

calf which he plans to fatten .,tl::. .. r r -. I

fj for the stock show In Ocala next PATTERNSBY S'JROUT' elctla. unAL 1 IX8X4&IX fl X8 !

TEMPLE AVE. year. ws' rrrwc SIIFLMNO I
222-21 PHONE 166; $ CI1:
51 guagt Njlim hove, at flrMf.Mttrr ........tl... .r .........
Stump's. I pr..r.rT. tin made overulr ..
rIJcq of llon.r.- Knrm._
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. A......... Unr.r* from all ever tae 1./\\I&\'rJClI';:
F I u 0 r@<<: 8 c: e n t General Electric Earl Johnson and son. Holt, are I ,v....... Free ones II........ .

POPULAR BRAND spending today In Gainesville as I E. A. STROUT REALTY AGENCY TO I LY-'I' 1'IXT1'UKMSEK

esk Lamp 8.20 Floor gueaU of Mr and Mrs. S. T. Dell. 1 KeproMrntr.l Locally fly ..

SweepersFluorescent Mrs T. F. Landnim mid chil- Ala F. ('. IIOIJ.INOSWOItTH : J. J. I'IKUSON

dren spent the weekend In Jacksonville j 110 Ho. Walnut St. 4
[ I : CUTE
IRON with Mrs. LanJrum's '
43.25 to 57.95 parents ('.\:111': 1I1".UIINO., .'I..'.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rogl"rs.1| MATTHKSHKS':
;d Lamps 7.95 6.25 They were accompanied home by ,' McCALL rnflnlnh.: furniture! brutus uph.ii"i.a rid rnril.IIAMTINOS ant. 11'.LY f'ANIIt! Hon ma before you '

A & B Radio Mrs. Landrum's brother G. n.I MATTIIKHH CO., fox sail. your Jiiilki'il ran, hattfrla,
T" Rogers, who Is spending this week I' The Only Pattern 13U. J''' ''lka. Kla. 1C raillnifirM, nmtal. anil. crap "Iron.
/ Illahert .
[American China With pl'Iry. |paid. I l 1. jAcknitn I
here. Ante, WriM-kliii < <> Flion. liiilv.
Farm PacksCarat T. H. Osborne and his aunt Mrs.S. I /With A Printed INMl'UA.Vi'K write all llnoni, fir, Jufkaun aIJ-W. III II r...*. It
12.95 uiitoniobllo. liability, and llf..
Table Lamas H. Voelker, have been III ht- Cutting Line H..e ,... fur your InHurnnvv n....li*. r
I N. \>. \VnlnwrlKht, Jr. 181 Unut;. F'OR! HAI.":-Wa hove thuH. >U'il,
Your Old Iron Worth $1.00 1 '/ V A 90 V B seeing during Mrs. Voelker's visit. Cull. .street fhoni It I. If fryer .now '.,"Iy. AIKO yimiia. : pill-
l'el" 8 ", .-..k. old and) older. Wnai
have visited St. t
19.50 Trade-In On A New O.ne. They Augustine SEWINGACCESSORIES 1ln'N Poultry )'..r''.., 3 miles north I
Bold Trim [ 5.65 Afarlneland, Flok Tower Sarasota! I! FOR BAI.R" -S-uwilrofin tionnft, HW ut W..lil.... lip '- ,
our. H. Hsy Ml., stark. p:>ciillantoundltltin
and many other Interesting points cicctiplfld by owner until tat Ell: VKONT: .. .
lirnpurty fur .1"!
throughout the state. | '''''PlltIv.: Attractive, convvn- 2t.il. ft. on PiirnillHw. Lake I
by HIO

LIMITED Apex Tank gleaners WITH 69 95 Miss Helen Benner, Richard j I O/ C..nt J .D lot.vlln For. IIHS Information(.y,"....... OnlnoBvMI writ. ft.. deep.KiMiil. 10 100.(Mill.i.llpiimmalil MM of. BtarkMml '. Hrtaor I.I.I' i
.. '
QUANTITY ATTACHMENTS Maxwell and the Larkin Slstors! or 'j'.I"llho" J4.IHJ.: 1'rli-R If ..write Jinny tlrltfla, Pratt I ,
10,600. .,
were guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Ml rk sty| 4V"N1'Ir.r'J.n -. I, I.

W J. Churchwell Monday, enrouteto ; H. J>. ,.. \
CVNI-IlI. HOW JL" Hl.lrll- wllh mule to work t
(FARNSWORTH Arm Chair! Console Combination 169.50ZENITi1f Pensacola. uallnt Mitilluin, and I 11..1.l l Htatn ,1 ivrrtii of genii bind. at cltv
and (niinly 1I'.n.. 11.11 you.lrt Ilintla, .aa aKara rrnfiniir op aarent
Mrs Charles Groover of Ormond | hottii north of LI*'"|I'M Store. *!*,' U. M. Uannctt lit. 1, box I ,Il., ,
TA 1\i.\ 'TYPE COMBINATIONS .' 99.50 was the gfUeaflaat) Friday of her t,2_ *> or t4tp.4, .tii ;,l4lQJ1s1+. \' ......:. ._.lLp..4..1 I II

sister Mrs Hans Walker. .JUHdAl.NS In used| radios and :". ut. KM.'10--I 'At'I" lung wheel l l>aaa I '
llo-phonnicruphHt. I'ay utr llttlnHH Ford< truck wllh' I94H ,.
Mr Wendell Hendricks returned motor. At
Farm Motorola CAR RADIOS fl a w"..... 4'oinpU'ta. .,,11.1....- Mi' ) | htty lined. 7.00 20 leap Iv" ,
Sentinel 39.95MOTOROLA Tuesday to her home In Atlanta lion n after a week's visit with her HIIF.I'IIKHI") ltAI lf> HKItVlCli w..rd.I1..rke.. ( If
BY : !!, Court. al Mndlaun. struct.
tj To Fit Any Auto mother Mrs. Miriam Kit kilter. tr Kelt : ;;;;;;; ; flxliiro.

5. TUBE Mrs. Effie Johns spent Friday. Making Your Own Clothes Mtork,, goodwill' and num.A A A.Tlnatru. f i
WANTED HTIJNUilllAI'IIKIl HK:<". loneh.onetta. adjacent. .
Table 27.85 54.95 to 84.95 shopping In Gainesville. Draperiett KIOTAUV for 8U days beginning tiartraln.- "' UpAtTRnAT1ONH ,
Set -- Mr and Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Curtains Tu...., Apr. M for work In Lagla-l
lulur at TallHhuNHio.. Salary ,Slice AND PniSHH &fAKI '
spent Sunday In Jacksonville as Jay .Invlnillnic Mtimlayi but I Nil Mrs. H. U Otarllnsr. Ill
guests of Mrs. Geo. W. Mozo. UMually off duty from FridayI ,,, Clark ,ft. Plarko 4tp'4.u
SEE US ABOUT ELECTRIC WATER COOLERS >. rn until Monday u. m. Muni i
Mrs. I. N. Breazeale and Miss CENT.PA.LGOODS to. fast l'n uliortluind and typ LINT Hmall gold. 'IdrntlClratlnn P

Madge Middleton enjoyed the Dayin wrltvr. HHH niv at <>flee .aa I 'y'n..r; :: *** vnttrnvftl "Jnva>
V Qv loav for THlliiliaHMHtt Hun., Apr. I.KflUlfi" of great ..171.11innntal (
Old< Spain celebration In St. a. N. l U. Wainwright: Jr., 131 W.: ( v.. lee to nwnrr.. I'lcaMtpphoiia

WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICEYOUR Augustine Saturday and were -roll HI, or phone 164. It Hlarfc.' Mr, Tobln at 113-: W It. I

overnight guests of'MaJ. and Mrs N E)1v Jon OIMMIIITI' l'1'1.. -. ''IrOft
O. W. Griffin. "'u., I>J,-alal6l( .twEV:" HKNT Allrnrltva furnlinxilapnrinifnt
Job M0 lir.d.. all.. .'..nv..I..."... Hit
BENDIX HOME LAUNDRY DEALERYOUR Love ever given, forgiven, outlives BOTTOMPRICES icnial, ilifiratory. Tech,.. eel 6, 4, W. Mmllmin.. Mt Htark. lisp. I t
hynlvul 1'h.. Tech U79 6, I ,
; ever stands! with open hands,. rnpy
VOlt .
rook J l unit 5, 4I'JI."I" -I'rarllrHlly new 8In.orMftwlna
and while It liven It I&'lve. For ,-"'" U111., 4 niavhln., $ao. AI.HO tarn,
this. Is. love's perogatlve I to give 'Imrmaulut M' 4, aI'h"'o"a"h"r HialilxrWalnut furnlMluid' ..,t, for r.nt. H'*. Mm
at I'nlm Ln,1ga.,
I lrJ: 6, 4 corner
and give and give. Ih, you love Nn.n.i1rMpher ii.i t, 1Uonlai A laf.yi-tl* .>r...l.. Itp.
;: ....nt t.
A l 54
CREDIT IS GOOD your Lord your family your Alrplun. and Knyln M..thrhnnlu UKIU'I.AIt' ItOOJI A riOAlin RRArfII.VA11L.U 1

At DENMARK FURNITURE Co. friends. and your city Then giveto NEW . 741 I, 4, t ItATKM.,. AVERY. INN. ,
the Baptist Church ItuiMIng (T4Invnatliratur > if .
iiol 6 4
5 Fund. S. E. Sparks Committee Ladies' Hose mid' many': otli.'. MklllM. ijiiailflvfl, FOIL KALI9aiT farm IH ml. H!
Chairman; St Army, Navy, Marino' and CountOuuru off ritark on gaud graded. rd. Jut '
: Inundl11g ltd.
vctnrana who' haw held' 1 iicr* under
Mrs. W. A. Stern Mrs. H. L., oiiltlvullnn. Well dralnad.
1. of Moina 400 I o<*<)"'I".lhm..1 Hpwi-litll* Nw
4 ,,/ ). Browrlee, and Mrs. J. E. Futch .H K AMI.EAN U.. for alit tnonihtf. or mor may 4".rno liiiiiicitlow' (.I"'lu! llHht).
'tJ' nrree
If, \ anllMt. In the cahhaica now rutting
: \ left Monday for a ten day visit in .75; now flaw i.iifiilur IO.IMIO' 'l".'rrlru In high
15 ftuutfe pr prudiiutlitn
Nationally. Advertised MODERN 6-PIECE ; {i. It. r Army at a irruil'i d.p.ud| Jlnic vtt thaltnath I'alVfiM, .
'" <
of .. M dorm k lirood ow,
uravloiia 9
St. Louis Mo. Mrs. Stern will your ociMiuatloii.al
Walnut Finish ;" f .r eb 51 CiuaKe; 1.25 pr upvrlalty/ airrvl .. New high Army In I wka. 4-".. Jray cow it
visit her daughter, Miss Louise pay and. th. opportunltlMa fur ud. I good vow HtrtllM, a nw poultry
YLO. "y, Stern, who Is taking advanced: "o..nt ", .k. an Army career. I houwith host pun*. I'rlr. far
all Slim ... .
Dinette Suit work In In St. Louis Mrs BLOUSESLong mora attrartlva now than vir bu- I .h. :1..1. I. llradl y.Xtp .
piano 1
T) New /nre. t In unit find out tlmnpnflal I 4-| |
Brownlee and Mrs. Futch willvisit groi.:i you will: I re-lva undwr .
FOIL HA/1.1'Jhulva>>
a b.C n.b S 99.50 Complete 1.e Miss Mary Brownlee laboratory Sleeves thin. n Apply wV ur at l Ilepurttnant,Urn nvarvHC: rtiiiulatlon. ((1. 'M.- rut tar, lumber d.l rt> ..,.11. Wllh lots.anouirh at Law.nw.

technician of Barnes Hos- Army Itx'rulilntf riiatlon' JI5: ( 1'okt- for. frarna fur t b..,.
1t< pital. 2.45 each l.ffliIllilit.. ., Oalrmavlllfl, VI... .rune Vuirto. house l-aivroy.Sr. Mrs, Joyca I IPyHRNT !T. i'

26.95 INCLI'DINO'i; i"" Friends of O. L. Beasley will FOIL, HAf.K-'-rrn. houim. on North AVr1N 1'HtlDIrCTM,
('hur.'" ..r. imou cu.h. iniiuirn' .: INC? "haa open.
,- be to learn that he Is recuperating Ing f r on., enpable
4 Leatherette '" > glad New Factory Return I'l.rk .a 0" .'.., 4'ity hell ItPO liven/ Mrarke rrpre..nta.
f. kf f after confined to eiuhlleh.I "Po
being .
Maple & Ivory Chairs nR It RENTCnlntortable: ,, roumyaparlmant Uuy. f.I..t I"'ltah'' work. .
l his home because of illness Shirts Sz. 14-16 avalliibln urounil. April Write, rlorldlt" Uwy", 174 Wait
Extension 92nd 51..
Finish With .y:*; i1 Mrs. Frank Hoover, Mrs. R. 3. _j. 403_N. Walnut at. It Jacksonville, 1'1..
each Itp f.1I
Strong Table 4 N Fernandez, Mrs. Alice Lansing, 1.75 Von SALE Two gov.rnmant i

SpringConstruction Large Buffet t ti Dr. J. W Kaufman and Don hi>UMN at et Mr. K
Including founilutlon' bln.-kif, IJIVOna
Hoover, visited Bok Tower Sat NEW LADIES
urday. ? Nullman,. 201 W. Madlaoli, tark.. rOle BAMS n aullful living rom ,. ,
4" Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden and Dresses 1.75ea. HP 'bvdrouni and dining room cull, !

Mr and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and VOlOALIS--4-rm. houiia (.l.flrlc.lty oil chair stove, rhlldr.n'. eabln...., rugs, rocking :

Rok Awa PADS 25.95 Jimmy all of Tampa wUl > A t acre 'land ready to plant ....d.., ice boa furtutur wa.. window
BEDS Complete on. near highway and ator*. ALiHOrm. .ohln. All .10. ma.
y spend the weekend here a* guests NEW liouaa .c II acroa land with Alec tf arrxa only land A U..d) 0 monfhi.. .
room block
fruit tr** ) highway"
Is of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasleyand .W.lbr. ; horn inside. ally Ir.n Must ,l'
Your and SAVE SPACE. Folds Up During frnntav. *,* Bell ,
Space Bed by
The Day. Limited? Buy This. :; Mrs. J. W. KIncald. Mr. and Rayon Dresses LIPJpMTDeep rranklln.Monday l.awtay,. April Via. 1. W.Un'POIt 1.

Mra. Durden will remain for a red. ITaham hull r.."' :=-t."I.O t '
SAt.R : ,
r anger( visit with the Beasley's.Mrs. ling, no mark, m> brand.. K.capij Cura-Cola bog
4.75 each from lot at Th...r.MHfv Sun I $tllO'f.mpl. Lake H rvlc. Sm- !
Platform T 26.95 W. E. Middleton and Mrs. nla-ht. Notify K. M. Xulllvan >KI.I ..foil. It

Rockers / E. L. Matthews and daughter. Starke. lip VOlt HAMS Mapt living. room and

I lary Agnes and Madge Anne,. NEW LADIES volt ALf-- r'l..an.i4t rommunltr. dining rnnrn ault. $ .& each or ,
These TARPONThe In Jacksonville. t'lr..M.'k.t 4k (la* Miatlon. Inrlrnrko. both fur '10. Jr..I1."t randetierl.
Rockers Are Covered With pent Tuesday loud lu..atlon.. 1', / U. A. Dawb.rry Illlurcot ct, .
p Mrs. Pauline Torode and Mrs. SHOES, All Sizes 11. flea II" Apply HPUiHT muse/ UK un 1'alatka road 100.1 j

New, Improved Upholstery Fabric Edwin Torode spent Tuesday Inacksonville. lip. I ;
1.95 to 2.45 -Horn* time a. .. Hrlndl bull
doa. mat*. lt..rntly. Seen shout nut BALK, -S piece. walnut dining' '

T.\IPO is made with vat dyes for color fastness. Miss Margaret Monteith, a student nee mil.. Named out on Hutch.Lake] Rwanl.Uutl.r 't I real rsm'..ault....o&"Ic.wettest. M... III,.unillroii. William| ., ,

TARPON- Is Laboratory Tested and with minimum care at Stetson University In De.land. NEW LADIES t'ti..n. 17 ring a-, Hlarfc, I'Pnivnway heath IH ".11.. UK on ltd UO I t .I
"'" ,wlll arrive this weekend to It
live i is
long and lasting satisfaction.! TARPON roll SA,. .Muicar rural and hick' I ,
the spend Easter: holidays with her (SITUATION WANTKI*-Ijtiljf want.
SEE DENMARK: : or amok l *
answer to "What's New in Furniture Fabrics Panties .35NICK'S dlinge., I p..iilnn In Mtark a. lyplnt. III'.. $
[ parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Mon. lard |I William "....th, HlMrk' ... Via. It
-- $10 pr 40 lb. van. 1'hon It,I ITO ,
I telth. mark. If
ron HAM>>-"na good ,

IT'.S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT daughter Mrs. T., Yvonne C. Booth of and Gainesville small, both IIEN.-A furnlflhiMl I-rm.4k ai have it S-rm.hatm.apt., i >about,lraham 9,(II'ft'I:...n.I.l .. T. I. Caaay mula.lipFOR > I .

: were weekend guests' bar parents rncloHMd yardrt':, 'tar a '"I .*, "AI...-Rfiby1. !. ha.-ln, .r. lih. (
Win* for ehllilr.n./I
JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE CO. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. llurrhe, .p.ctlr.ly. Navy famlll lift *.. 14)....I.r.r- now. .'l Lake Ii. S.H... Mr*. W .I0. Mvfarty. J J

JoI?s. Velma Jenkins of Jacksonville Bargain House r.... Inquire N.wpapr Offh-It 4-ll., Itrv.r.t'Lltb ,

spent Saturday and Sunday : ron* sac hat wat* STARKE FLA. sal. taak AIJtOKM '' ii
PHONE 151 hen with Mr. and Mr*. E. J. FOR HALM.-134 V., Ford. 0.... range: and gas apace .haaiar, y p
Dowling, Jr. .....,.01 motor. tlrmm cood. J l>. ) b. ...n any llm.ll. l.a-
Cay, Ura........ lip faytt Ht. Stack. lip ,
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Skeet ShootingIs Bishop, Billy Powell, Bill Mundy, Farmers Petition Vet Claims Total Local Dry Cleaner JOAN BURIED W.WEDNESDAYJohn W.\TTERSON.9$ with his wife and Chlld------

W. P. Smith, Sr., L. M. Gaines, purchased and operated
Enjoyed Here Highway Board $5,089 During Sees New ProcessAt W. Watterson, 03,- for' :07 here, and later\ 'b
Roy Ward, Dr. H. H. Adams, Dr. establishrd) ,.
More Roads 5-Month PeriodFunds ConventionMr. years a resident of Hampton and Hampton water
Each ThursdayThe M. I Neal L. For
) Herlong, Tyler, B. I proprietor of our waterworks, controlled until hb lealh!
local "shooting set",-members -,I Alvarez, M. G. .McMillan, George Petitions signed by around 200 received by Bradford ; \ and Mrs. Robert Green, died Monday at noon in the resIdence was a Baptist for 80 i
of the Bradford County Rod i ICopotouHos, Wilbur Sly, R. L. taxpayers were presented this County veterans for a period of I owners of the New Method Dry of his son, M. L. Watter- though he did not ,IraUlf"Vetl!,
Walker, F. Walwrath, Nick Rich, week to State Senator Charley E. five months, on strength of claims Cleaners Temple Avenue, returned son, Hampton's Mayor, with whomhe membership to the local
and Gun Club are currently Robert Green, "Peowea" Dampier, Johns and Representative N. D. filed through County Service Of- Monday from a two-day con- had made his home for many Funeral services wen, 'ko/ '

banging away at the elusive cluy "Candy" Dennis, J. M. Edwards,I Wainwright, Jr., requesting the ficer Albert L. Crosby, totalled vention of Southeastern plant years. Death was caused by a Wednesday afternoon III, '?*
targets at their skeet shoot layout Sr., J. M. Edwards, Jr., Guy Sale,! Bradford legislators to ask Governor 5089.60, according to a report owners, sponsored at Atlanta by lingering illness and although he P. m. from Hampton J O'ci
on highway 200 each Thurs- Ralph Witt, Jimmy Brownlee, and-I- Millard F. Caldwell and the filed recently with the governorby the Morris & Eckl"s Company, had been bedridden for the pant Church with the Rev ga!
day affcrnonn. Shoots have been Frank Landrum. State Road Department to hard the State Veterans Commis- I dry cleaning suppliers of ,Baltimore two years, his condition was not Scott, of Starke pastor WUIr.ar
under way for four weeks, and surface 11 additional miles of sion. The sum, designated as critical except during. the past few, church, officiating BUrial of<

meets are expected to continue Boy Scout News farm-to-market roads In this "recoveries" In the report, repre- Approximately 1900 persons at- months. In Santa. Fe Cemetery at 1,
through the summer, with the county. sents action approved between Au- tended from states ranging from The only other surviving mem- Hampton Lake with the itl
club's procurement of new equip- Eight Troop 70 Boy Scouts were Mentioned In the petition were: gust and December, 1946. Florida to North Carolina, Green ber of his family is another son, Cabe Funeral Home Jaek.
ment, and an adequate supply of present at the regular meeting "Five miles beginning In Sec- The local Set-vide Officer's posi- said. The convention was stagedin Arthur Watterson, of Walford, S'I vllle, la charge. of W am
), shells. meeting Monday night at the tion 22 Twp. 6, S. R. 21 E. at H. tion, provided through a bill Atlanta's Municipal Audi C., who arrived ten days ago rnents. :
The Club Is situated opposite the American Legion Hall and! plans State Road authorized the State In addition
M. McRae's place on by legisla- torium. to be at his aged father's bed- to hit Wt,
Starke Airport. Newly-elected officers were made for the boys to attend No. 100 and run North to R. R. ture, has varied duties. Chief Enthusiastic over the (demonstrations side. Is survived by five aDaa'

are Robert Green, presi- the encampment at Camp Crosby's thence run West one- among them Crosby said, are to of new "all-form" fin- "Uncle Johns; as he was en- and :four great grandchild.:.:

dent; L. M. Gaines and Buddy Echockotee. half mile, thence North to L. L. assist in filling out applicationsIn ishing units, Green said that the dearingly known to most Hampton ,In Virginia for a while, an
Bishop, acting jointly In the Robert Kite was present and 34 event of veteran's claim for
Renfroe's farm in Section Tp. a apparatus demonstrated will en- I tes, .Was born December 30,
capacity of secretary-treasurer. presented the lads witha, Morse 5, S. R. 21 East. Also compensation, non-service con- {Cleveland
able operators in dry cleaning 1853, in County, N. C., .
Membership includes Harry code key. Scoutmaster ET.;
"Six miles beginning In Section nected pensions, widows and dependents' finishing to provide the highest where he was reared. He lived '
Houston, Charles Darby, Titus Shull and committee member C.
29, Twp. 6, S. R. 22 E. at pension benefits, burial type service. Advantages over to Hampton In the Fall of 1912 III
Olson, George Flynn, Buddy H. Nasworthy were also present. benefits hospitalization. insuranceand *
Northwest boundary line of the old-fashioned pressing units, hi
, City of Starke and running the education n under the G. I. Bill said, include elimination of shine,::1 ...... \_

old county graded road In a north- of Rights, restoration of lustre and new texture CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION

westerly direction to the L._ L. Crosby, who accepted the officeIn of all garments. QGfJ
R. B. Alvarez & Son Conner farm In Section 3 Twp. 6, July, 1946, received a month's Green stated that his firm ha I (

S. R. 21 E. orientation course at Pass a-Grlll, acquired several "airform"" units, I
.. with personnel of the State Ser- and plans to Install
"These roads are needed for the a complet
Transfer &. Storage Co. purpose of hauling produce and vice headquarters and the Veterans' line provided by various manu- START TilE BALL
livestock from farm to market", Administration as instructors.The facturers. Those now in use Include ROLLING
i TO
the petition set forth. "They school's plan calls for a a vacuum steam finisher, HEALTH
Phone 179 would benefit one of the largest week's!; "refresher course" each dress and coat former, and a BY BOWLING

{, truck farming districts of Brad- four months. puff iron unit.

ford County. There are thousands "C .Service! Officers," Cros- The convention featured a demonstration -

We local- and long of acres of sweet corn and, by said, "have a large field to of all models of steam OUR ALLEYS ARE\

z Moving and operate other truck crops grown In this cover. They can't do their jobs air finishing units. SMOOTH AS GLASS
distance Anywhere in: district. It also has a large. by working alone, but must have
$tptag the State of Florida. strawberry acreage each year. It: the support of all factors in their. FUNERAL SERVICES MONDAY
Is very necessary to transport' community." Quoting a statementby I FOR MRS R. A. BROUGHTON

the above roads at all President Truman, he added, 'STARKEBowling
labor over
Fast Careful Mrs. R. A. Broughton, 92, died
MovingFor Is "The responsibility for reorientation -
times during the year, Sunday, March 30, at the Hampton
I Impossible during the rainy seasons of the veteran must be placedon
residence of her daughter Mrs.
the community in which the
D. W. Swindell. She mado her
veteran resides. It Is not an Alley
activity -
E. L>. Crawford president of the home with Mr. and Mrs. Swindel
SAFETY, Bradford Farm Bureau, stated in that can be Administered on for the past six years and was in Phone 64 STARKE

i handing the petitions to Johns and a national levet"Veta ill health most of that time. She On-the-Minit Service Temple Ave. Starke, ]FIl
'. Comfort and Economy. i1OUR Wainwright: "We are not fightingany was a member of the Christian
hard roads that have been May Reinstate Church.
.1 BUS SCHEDULES promised to other sections of the G. I. Insurance The funeral services were held
t : county. We are simply asking In Lafayette County Monday aft- Longer Wear .
N. ROUND .. lini'NDH K. DOt/NU w. nntmii that these additional roads be Until August 1stAn ernoon.
I j, 'la Lawtert. frtr. VI* HI. A.....1.. TitlliihnMM.. hard surfaced as they are among I In addition to her daughter, she Through Expert Repair
I 15.453 AM (.',,111, .*. OcBlnlll Via Green CovetiltS Via U'tlll.i extension of the period
atari AM AM AM SIRS AM the most heavily! travelled in the lis survived by six other daughters,
i ttlll: AM ::il: AM i:an PM ran: PM county." wherein ex-servicemen may reinstate I Mrs. S. VV. Evans, Hampton, Mrs. NEW LIFE FOR OLD SHOES
,t 1OKIU AM loan AMHfjn Till' PM Luke fitr >Mt.ttkr ... their G. I. insurance without '
lliXH AM : PM Green Cv. Only, llntlcrllOtllt Early in March Senator Johns F. R. Wimberly, Orange Springs
. IZil* I'''' ... ,... physical examination has been an-
Oil.'l PM U. onljrllIMI AM informed Elgin Bayless,, Mrs. S. M. Grover, Okeechobee, BIGGS & BAKER
was by
4,151 PM loiia PM AMDitrton niio PM
nounced the Veterans Administration
by -
1 811I PM O'vlll, otilrlNilHI n..aeli 'TllO IMI: chairman of the State Road De- Mrs. L. F, Thompson and Mrs W. 105 W. Call)) St Starke
lobs PM AM, \.In PuuStkat that it to according to County Ser- C. Crosby, Plant City and Mrs. Fla.
' vie lllandl TlSa IUIS AMpiiimhH partment was planned
PM vice Officer A. L. Crosby. Vet-
A 1tIddl.h.r.l i l'lle PM PM miles of farm-to-market roads in erans may now reinstate, any by one son, R. A. Broughton of
t time befora August I, 1917, their Jacksonville.
I It For, Courteous .Correct Information Phone 147 Bradford County, Including six term insurance. Only require-
miles from Brooker to Worthington -
ments are payment of two monthly -
t Ride Florida Greyhound Lines Inc. Busses Springs, four miles from premiums, accompanied by a I .
Hampton to Theressa, and five statement that the applicant in DON'T BC LAT! 'FOR THAT
UNION BUS STATION miles from Lawtey to the State i as good health on the date of application D TEl ***HI8 ATLANTIC EQUALS ANY BEER tVS

t ft' Temple Ave LADY_ CONWAY Agent Starke,.Fla. Farm highway. Two of the' three as he was at the time of i.J .. TASTBO ANYWMWS IN *THS'in>RUrThe

proposed projects will be com .lapse. The statement .over theappllcant.s ,rt.,
pleted this year, Bayless stated. own signature la ac-

ceptable, according to Public Law 'i
f. New Movie Projector No. 5, approved by Congress Feb- Premium Beer

CANNON And WEBB GROCERYtf Bought By School' ruary 27th. CALL US' F'itA' at the Popular Price

Crosby reaffirmed the special /
. ... .. ,
And T. B. Ass'n. privileges accorded the, veteran ATLANTIC
: ,tf' & Saturday Only fi through reinstatement of an ,insurance -
A moving picture projector has without physical examina- "SERVICE ALE ,
been purchased for use in the (

10 OZ. CAN 3 For schools of Bradford County, according tion.The Service Officer listed a Tau of Seed cheer'
to an announcement by number of advantages, available PHONE 150
Tomato SOUP .21 Mrs. Grace W. Osborne, General
Pleezing only to veterans: "It's the cheap-
of Instruction. The
Supervisor est thing on the market. for the
1 machine was bought jointly by money. You can choose any STARKE TAXI SERVICE

NO.j the Bradford County<< Health and beneficiary you please Your ,_ ......
V-8 Juice 2 for .25 Beard Tuberculosis of Public Association Instruction.t nd the It beneficiary can get a lump sum

settlement, If you desire. Your
will be used as a classroom aid In

Milford Corn 12 OZ. 2 for .25 teaching health, science, .social after converted one year.policy You has mav cash borrow value
and other -
studies subjects.
CAN lup to 94 percent of the cash value.If OI l
The projector was delivered at times ever get tough, you may
16 OZ. JAR 2 ForSnider's the March 14 meeting of the declare your converted policy paid '

Bradford County Teachers Association ;: up, meaning that you will be Insured 1
Sliced BEETS .16 at which time a demonstration for tile amount of paid-up si
of its use at various Insurance you have for the rest yn1
grade levels was given. On :Mon-
t 100 PC. Pure All Purpose Grind day, March 17, the Hellbroitl ment your for premiums. further Your policy pay;

Lb. Bag School enjoyed audiovisual Instruction does not contain a war clause or SAKLVh
.. 1= "COFFEE when films "Magnets" a hazardous occupation class. The
and "Your Federal Government"were veteran '"
gets complete
SHOP" 39c y shown. About ten Stark Crosby urged all uninsured veterans -
to classes have also used one or the I to seriously consider the
other of these films. Each film policies exclusively available for

TOILET TISSUE 2 for .25 use followed is preceded by discussion by teaching in and the them and their families. Details
as to application are available at 5 SILVER
classroom. Sometimes the film is the County Service Office, In the SPRINGS:

White KARO Syrup, 22 oz. Bottle .19 shown again to emphasize certain Court House on Tuesday, Thurs-
parts particularly suited to the day and Saturday .

DILL PICKLES 22 oz. Jar 15 group seeing the film or to clear ill .
parts not understood by
up any Fresh stock of excellent typewriter -
the group. ( ribbons at THE TELE-
MILK 3 Tall BRANDS 736 Mrs. Osborne stated that a groupof GRAPH. Only 60o pat'h'for all Our 1irs1 in 1rjears J1jears
teachers will be asked'' to help makes typewriters and adding
plan the county program of audio IlUlChIn_

'Large While It visual instruction through the use Great

Package DREFT Lasts. 35Mi i of the moving picture projector.

Jr.-Sr. Grid Event

Set For April 18

The Purple Tornadoes of BHS
were down to business Monday
I Nhi"Piw; llry4tI with the first scrimmage of ,the DRY
I I GatWhite II grldsters spring' training. Pads
w1 were issued as the 33 lettermenand CISAM11 oAT
squad candidates buckled
down for four weeks' of hard- rrSJJEST
Country Smoked earned but essential fundamen-
Life of
tals-blocking and tackling, and The Your

BA CON'S { GE the Coach perfection Carson of Geiger plays.announcedthat Clothes Dependson

the training session will culminate The Care They

in the annual Junior-Sen- Reieitc' 66
Lb. ,- .45 Lb. .55 ior game, scheduled for Friday, Carloads Food Bargains

. April 18.Formation. All Garments Carefully
Ga. Smoked I of a Bradford teamin _
Brisket & RibSTEW Hand
Finished _
the baseball department has s.w led.E .. ? Y_s.,
BACON I been delayed, pending completionof 3 Big w,.t.d You Won'tBelieve'
$ the new diamond west of the

4s Lb. .59 Lb. .30 high school building. Sale Days LDv
*N -C1EANER April. Tr5 The

The Friendliest Store In Town Price
For tamp pad., .tamp pad 110 Washington St, Starke .3-4-5
ink robber stamp, datera ftomberora 1 STORES Talisl
see The TELEG: RhPB.


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[ APRIL .s, 1947
".\GE SEVENville

[ Youth truck in which he was'riding col- . e . ,
lided with a semi-trailer Friday New, Easy MethodOf students 20 years ago. ployed In Jacksonville Is spending'''1'rubber bands. Plenty o

As Result night near the overpass at Max- GrahamBy Bond Buying Bradford County Superintendentof a week's vacation here at the s-t-r-a-t-c-h omit snap and

vllle. Public Instruction Arthur R. home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. strength. Four sizes! at 40o per ,
uto He was a life-long resident of Mrs. John McKinney Will Start SoonThe McRae delivered the diplomas to I quarter-pound box. A real bargain.
a. . . the fifteen Leslie Brown.
19-year-old resident Maxvllle and is survived by his boys and girls coraprlaln -
r Lang, widow, Mrs. Luvinia Florida Bank at Starke has the graduating Ninth Mrs. Ruby Is!. Underwood, Principal I
vllle.; died in a JacksonLspltal parents, Mr. and Mrs.Lang Richard; his Mr. and Mrs S. N. Hess of accepted the invitation of Secretary grade, who are Sharon Sapp, of the Hampton school, resumed -, C _A K E S I

Sunday morning of Lang, one sister and nine broth.i Hampton lake were guests of Mr. of the Treasury John W. James Lee, Jack; Walnwrlght, her pout after a week's 1

received when a pick-up ers. and Mrs. John McKlnny Sunday. Snyder to participate In a Bond- Esther Shuford Doris Norman, absence duo to Illness. Mra. T. J.// '

s Funeral services were held In I Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts were a-Month plan President W. B. Bobby Rosier, Beryl Thompson, AUerman and Mrs. J. T. I I

the Long Branch Baptist Churchat i In Starke Saturday. Sewell has announced. Local Industries Grace Crews, Navlna. Martin, served as her substitutes during! : j.

\\htseeing Trips 3:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Horace McKinney left Saturday will be encouraged to cooperate Robert Whitehead, Amanda Wil- that time. .
Burial was In the Long Branch for Tampa where he will visit In a new setup providingfor kinson, Gerald Crawford, Rudolph Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Perry and i I II

rler Trips Cemetery with Key-McCabe Funeral his sister, Mrs. Felton Graves. a systematic purchase of U. S. Prevatt, Marycllle Darley, and daughters Ruth and Carolyn, BAKED
Savings Bonds. Rebecca Brown. were visiting Mra. Perry's father, I
Isenffer Trips. Home of Jacksonville in Mr. and Mrs. Lee Youngblood
J. I. Chsnon, in
Green Cove
charge of arrangements. returned to their home In Sara- The plan, as proposed March 19 Following these exercises, Mrs. I Weddings.' Birthdays, I

0RDSEYF sota Friday of last week after during a national Saving Bond ... 1J. Hill the class instructor, Springs Sunday I etc.

spending three weeks with relatives Conferen. e, was described as a following a traditional custom. Invited .
The' TELKdKAI'll nan Ju t recalved
VIEW OF and friends here. boon to small business firms and the graduates to her home LAPPE BAKERY
new REAL
BMP BLANDING AND EXPERT Mrs. Annie Ward Is their employees, and called "the for a farewell party. Assisted by pre-war quality I II
spending I
most promising arrangement for Mrs. Hermte Kelly, she served her
GsrEY LAKE $2.25 this week in Gainesville with her j :
spreading the national debt among guests cake and Coca-Cola. ,
daughter. Mrs. Flora
McKlnny. ,
non-bank Investors since the Lawtey's oul-of-lown teachers We
0 1 I Mrs. Hilliard Ilroughton was I "
adoption of the Payroll Plan in returned to their various homes: Deliver "
Starke Fromhe called to the bedside of her 1911." Mrs.: Ethel Ayres to Liongwood
See I mother-in-law, Mrs R. A.
[ Air $1 and ton In Hampton Brough- As explained by Robert V. Mis. McLeod to Lake City, Mills
/ up Sunday morning Elilhe In Town
to Gainesville, and
Fleming, chairman of the Treasury
law The elderly lady
} passed away Miss furmlGriffis to her home
0 Sunday. Borrowing Committee of the Now. PHONE rf rfAn'where I

P J. B. Strickland of, Gainesvillewas American Bankers Association, near Halford. live UsA

visiting here Monday. the plan operates this way: the IHVOKCE iKANTKIt Kin*

owayAirparkLACY { SERVICEChas. Gerald Adkins and Mr. Brookins depositor who wishes to buy a Mrs. Loca Bell Phtllman daughter Orders FREE
) of Hampton were guests of Mr. I I bond each month signs a card of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Sumner, || I

CONWAY and Mrs. John McKinny recently.Mr. authorizing the bank to deduct of Lawtey, this week announced Filled Delivery i

C. McKinney has been 111 with the purchase price from his or her I that she and her former husband, I Promptly I,
checking account. The bank Issues
Russell Phlllman divorcedon
[Commercial FlightInstructors ShepherdAt flu.The Graham school will bringto the bond at its convenience March 14 of this year. PHONE 152
the month and malls It to
( a close its eight month 1946.-47 during '
Gay's Service StationREFINEMENT the customer. This eliminates IlKKKIKS RKTUKMNO:
term today Friday. The school
standing In line at the bond win A few pints of strawberrieshave 'I
I hopes to have Its teacher, Mrs. F
back dow. The depositor on the Bond. reappeared In Lawtey duringthe 5Lbs. |
Crosby, again next term. I GRITS 29c
a a-Month Plan enjoys the same past week, and moat of them: w ,

privilege of automatic bond buy' were sold on the road-Hide. Local r
Girls Given '
ing as do the millions of wage growers are expecting volume J,
in every necessary detail in a Service For Nurse Training and salary earners now on Pay, 'berry production to begin againIn

available locally and widely knownfor With No ExpenseA roll Savings. I the next few days. ; Premier Tomato Juice Can n2 .10

its modest cost its wholesome Secretary Snyder spoke of wine OVERSEAS RKUK.F: I 1 1I
management of the national debt.
courtesy, and always tactful sympathy.DEWITT wonderful opportunity for The ladles of the First Methodist
The way the $260 billion debt IK
high school graduates to train as Church met at the church i
_t handled will offset the national I I WESTERN GRADE A MEATS'I
.,..: nurses without any expense to economy and'the welfare of every Monday and packed a large box
themselves was announced here for overseas relief, They report
American, he declared He asked
C. JONES by Chas. H. Thompson, presidentof for full support of the new Bond that many useful articles of SWIFT'SPKUMIUM
the board of directors of the clothing were donated l to this Hams Tenderized 59c f
a-Month Plan as well as the PayRoll
AMBULANCE SERVICE West Baltimore General Hospitaland Savings Plan for the sale of worthy causo by the citizens of 1 1

official of the American .
Funeral Director Savings Bonds to Individuals as 8

Oil Company.Mr. necessary part of wise management and Mrs. J. E. North and Assorted
Thompson, who spent the Chuck Roast .39
of the debt for the benefit Mr. and Mrs. C. D. North all of

Our local funeral home enables to weekend and Mrs. here Hans as Walker the guest, stated of that Mr. alike of the bond. buyer and the Pierson, were Sunday guests ol Cold Cuts .39

offer conveniences and services not the Baltimore hospital will award their brother, tho Rev. C. B. -

otherwise available. scholarships, covering a three- . North. Beef Brains .15
.. nation.iAwtE Afr. and Mrs. Jim Moore Edwards .
year training period, to from 10 'l tech Dressed"Pork
furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices a.. to 20 high school graduates this Y of Atlanta, GIL. were,

lept ANY life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANT corny year. In addition to the scholar guests of his parents Mr. and :

as payment in part or In full on a funeraL Consultation ship covering tuition, the entrancefee By The School Mrs. Will Edwards, Sunday.Hampton. Chops .55 Fryers .69
. . .
Iries no obligation. of $50 will be taken care of . . . .
for the entrants, and all expenses, SCHOOL CLOSES tlt4ltltltt sr/ I !

Including clothing, food, and lodging
(Adv.) Lawtey Junior High School closed Crisp Heads FLORIDA
will be paid. Each girl will .
Its doors on the 1946-1047 term
? also be given a IS allowance per fly; Mm. M. O." Mweraey! i '
& MARKETING last Friday, concluding two very Lettuce .15
month Girls for interested Incidentals.In obtainingmore successful semesters with an average .1 Celery all I.

\ enrollment of 279 students. '
utJ I Information concerning this I
/ OU&
The commencement exercise three churches of Hamptonare t
/ splendid opportunity may began on Friday, March 24, when their
combining early morn-
Mr. and Mra. Walker at their
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch entertained Ing Easter Sunday with Nv.1PotatoeslOlhs.-; i .
program 'h"f''I
| Easter Is a..bie:day at my house Just as i It proljablyls: at :yours. home -.chul'ch Street. -Cbe graduating Ninth grade Salvation ,
the Army, and a joint
IA few days beforehand I start shopping at my A&P, lie) th ,
( family can enjoy all kaster's special: good things to eat. HogseiCommandsFuel with a theatre party at the FlorIda sun-rise service will be conductedon f

1 Because! AAP's prices are modest my food money goes farther. Theatre in Starke. Mr. FutchIs Bedford Lake beginning at ,

j And A&P's: big variety means I can pick and choose from the Oil Barge principal of the school. I 5:41 a. m.. the moment of sun r

I beat of everything available. Sunday night, March 23, the rise on'' that day. ,

"ISI-IAII mist coutsiI CUM to GOOD COnil Thomas S. Hogsed, chief boats baccalaureate services were held' A platform and loud speaker H"

I last word In first courses Ever noticed": how quickly apples, wain's mate, USN son of Mrs. W. In the school's auditorium and the facilities are arranged for and a f '

cocktail topped with this turn brown when they're cute B. Parks of Starke, is serving as featured sermon was delivered by I' large congregation .Is expected to t

bet: Boil % cup of sugar ana a sign the air is robbing them oft Commanding Officer of the fuel the Rev. C. B. North, pastor of attend this sacred Easter dawn .. ,

kups of hot water 10 minutes. freshness.That happens to cQI: oil barge USS TO 13. the First Methodist Church of service =:.. .. -
Sprinkle 1 tbsp. too, when the bean Is broken byq entered the Naval Lawtey. The Salvation Army transportation -A
kuif'!. 'I..I Hogged services : -
,, ,of gelatin on top grinding so take a tip from ma! .::::....- I
:q. of.Vi cup of cold and buy your coffee In the whole in February, 1938, and received < Actual graduation exercises bus will arrive at the Christian -41-
w ter. Add to bean and have it Custom Ground, his recruit training at the were held Irf the auditorium Wednesday Church of Hampton promptlyat :: r

sugar syrup, stir to fit your coffeepot! That's how" Naval Training Station, Norfolk night March 26, at 8 o'- 5 a. m. Sunday to provide a
I till dissolved; add A&P COFFEE is sold, and believe Va. He served aboard the USS clock. The Salutatory wan de ride for all those who wish to t
it's grand! Get mild, mellow
3 tbsps. of )lemon me
rich, full- Nitro the USS Bridge, the USS llvered by James Lee, and the i attend.
juice pt.A&P .
GAPE JUICE and U bodied RED CIRCLE,or vigorous Maryland, the USS Kalmia? the Validlctory by Sharon Sapp. During LADIES! C'OrNTIL MEETSOn I
I of salt Freeze. For the rich winey BOKAR at the A&P. USS Sirius and the USS Rescue the program Miss Lu Edwards Wednesday of last week, l
pr' of fresh be sure to LATINO l before being assigned to the YO favored the large audience ,
IO"al'esi Mrs. Q. P. Wlld worth entertainedthe
ASP CEI feaster, 72 with a solo and the Glee Club I
To please every Easter Ladles Council of the Hamp
do holiday marketing at the sang two selections. Cues tspeaker k
your ton Christian Church at her home,
DONUT DILIOHT A&P. Ill eat my new Easter bonnet : for the evening was the
are to donuts,your family will if you don't agree that it'a a Hon. Hal Y. Malnei. former Stat where an Interesting program was I

i this dessert made with tender, swell spot to shop I I'j'j III I d/y''' YOUR WATCH Senator, of Lake Butler, who usedas carried out. I
In-fresh For everything In The "Witnessing for Christ
his subject "Preparing for the
M'TS from the A&P. Split A&P's big stock Deserves the Best Through Dally Living" received

,uta and place vanilla or butterhas been carefully rychpuddingbetweenthelayers. Atomic Age. many commentations. After the ,ON ARMY DAY APRIL IIH, ASK. YOURSELF:
elected and attractively Mr. Malnes stressed the Importance
devotional and business periods,
1 with more pudding, and-as raced. of education, especially the
fMial Easter touch_garnish A Happy Easter Importance of a high school education the homes served cheese and
n 3 or 4 colored Jordan almonds and the best dishes of the season: In preparing to meet the tunaflsh sandwiches Iced cup "WHAT AM I DOING

andy Easter eggs to you( changing conditions of our time. cakes and grape punch.
Friends of Mrs. Wadsworth will
He pointed out to the graduatingclass

-- ....- .-.._ -0 that they would In the regret to learn that she la, at this I

REPAIRTrustworthy future, have to compete with college writing, a patient at Shadycrest FOR PERMANENT PEACE? I

1,.rU."y" 11Qy Cl..f. graduates and that there are Hospital In Starke, due to Illness.
condition Is reported Improv-
Service more college students in Florida Her

a;ROos ... today than there were high school ing. f

Harley F. StrongCAMP I :SUMS! I'AUKVNT.RTI: !oI ,

Williamson Miss Helen Jean Parker entertained

Ia1Cr BLANDINO JEWELER: twenty-five of her young What
SINCE 1941 Friend at' a delightful outdoor will you! do for your and Its civilian components. Yeu'll
Electric Service
party Friday night at the renllence country?' You can lake a full-time/ feel a- certain tingle of pride -to

1ST West Call St. .. .. ,. of her parents, Mr. and
I' Herschrll Parker. The guest.Mr"'J Job at good pay In the Regular know that others depend so much i
cluded< a number of friends from Army. Or, you can join other upon you, and ,nvy you the Inspiring .

i .. House Wiring Starke, where she Is a Freshman young men In your community In fellowship you enjoy t i
I this: year at Bradford High ,
FREE ESTIMATES your local National Guard unit.
School. a I In the Regular I Army you can i
--- Games were enjoyed about the I If( you are In college, you can gat "
In the have excellent t training I i I In valuably
bonfire and
Temple & Lake Service Sta. hugh
your training' and Reserve Officercommission .
fStlflSH .
u A fR evening refreshments of homemade skill or trades. All your necessary
... Phone 179 Starke,. Fla < cookies, open faced sandwiches 'In the R.0.T.C. Or, -, I ,
expanses are cared lor. You gilt '
and cold drinks were served If you have served In the Army, I
YOUR EASTER SUIT All TimesSea buffet style. She Is the oldest. I revel,: adventure.t And I ft.20 ,i I I '
0OV you can resume your military ;
LONGER daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Parker. years you can retire at half pay /
LAST training and have your former
*' 4 Trout Red Bass Mrs. Lettle Parker, of Jackson for the rest of your I life and on

Enjoy Faitinjr beauty from your new I'ompano Sheep Head ville, wan the guest of her daughter grade_or rank ,In the Organized up to three-quarter pay after 30 ,I

Easter suit. If you let us guard Mullet Croakers Mrs. J. C. Wynn Sunday.Mrs. Reserve Corp "
of service I I Oat full I details .
its fresh-from-the-store sparkle Large Shrimp Wynn has been quite ill withIn year I

with meticulous cleaning and detailed 0 upnza. a If you believe' America,you'll about all the advantages of Regular I

pressing, you can wear that Florida & Baltimore Mr. and Mrs. Ben Roosevelt and believe In your new Regular Army Army enlistment at your U. S. ; I
of Tamps
suit for extra or two, daughter. Shirley 1
an season OYSTERS visited Mrs. Roosevelt's brother Army Recruiting Station "' I !

without a thought for its age. As and sliter-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. O'"O' .. '011 'IOU r
soon as it's soiled, phone us to call for o Gilbert Lamoreaux Saturday. E.C. ;

your Easter suit. Fresh Dressed & Drawn ALL MAKES Lamb of Jacknonvlll. was a U. 5. Army ,4

Fryers & Hens Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. oJ"" '(0 VISIT LOCAL ARMY EXHIIITI.. '
(Work Guaranteed
PHONE 135:; Lamoreaux.A. fit f0, t ; ,iOHHOW' r ,
Ro lIT. 315 Quick ServiceEASTERN C. Dennison and son, Carl, 7-12 '

fl11J.J. MagnoliaFish sere visitors to Gainesville Friday i
GREEN, 11/euJ 7/ TempleAre. AUTO'SUPPLY of last week. They were ac- Yrar Rififar Amy S,,44114" Nitloa' aid Mioklitf 1 In. War Hi Fiats I III ,
companied home by> Charles Den-

Owner ..:_ ;;II MarketPHONE nUnn who was their weekend 4 '
.. =' STARKE FLA. &,uut. 250; 1'OST OFFICE IJI.DG. ;
37 Miss Hazel Brown, who Is em JACKSONVILLE, FLA.'ar r

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i' Hampton Boy Scouts : all boys will have paSHed their requirements Chairman Says Red Cross Drive Continues

I so that the group may I I .. _, ,. .
for Charters Until Workers Have Completed J ,
', Prep apply for a Troop Charter. AssignmentsStill > :'. ; "'- '

bl Hampton Boy Scouts held their Since recent organization of on the shady side:ofhe.. .

the Hampton Scouts membershiphas half-way mark, financially
regular meeting Wednesday night speak-I Starke $7523; Southeast Starke
shown Increase, ing, Bradford County's
a steady :
and worked on Tenderfoot requirements I 149.45; Southwest Starke $201.80.
Cross fund drive will continue
with emphasis on knot Scoutmaster Jennings stated Solicitation by Mrs. J. R. Kite
here for several days althoughthe
ing and the Scout Law Three new members who have was reported through error last
tY-1 I official closing deadline was
master Robert Jennings just been added are Irvin and week as $3 Instead of the correct
March 31, County Chairman D. A.
ed hope that within two Leon Trlest, and Frank Brown figure, $36.Solicitors. I 5
Monteith stated yesterday.
I "There are still many people In In the business district ,t.;
the county who have not yet been, submitting new reports this
asked to contribute," Chairman week were: E. J. Dahmer $85; J VALES
Why SELL Worked-out Monteith stated yesterday "andI R. Kite $55; W. H. Graham $83; -3G

cannot help but feel that we D. A. Monteith $70; Albert Hart- t
mann $12.50.( The largest individual -
will reach our quota in the final,
( It will show little or no growth.It of citizens donation of the week
will die sooner or later or be blown routing cooperation H. H: _
throughout the county." was $30, contributed by Di
down winds. .. 6b M
by strong Wednesday's checkup revealed Adams. g

t that only $1,754.75 has been con Persons who have not been solicited &\\V } W
{ At the present time I have a mar- "l M
ket for worked out timber. tributed toward the county's S4- and who wish to contributemay '
donations at Alvarez'Store
1 1II 000 quota. leave '.
Solicitation in some sectors has or at Red Cross headquarters
I WILL PAY A GOOD PRICE FOR been lagging. Chairman Monteith in the armory.

IT 1\ O.1Vf stated and he urged cooperationin : ', -:,..)t. .
SEE all committees in view of the CEMETERY WORKING i

vital services performed by the
J. E. Brown secretary, announced j
I Send m> a pot card and Bradford Chapter in Lawtey, that there will be a cemetery
Edwin W. Peck k Hampton Tlieresua, Hellbronn and PROEfcfcI
will come to dec you. working at Brown Cemetery near y I
i a all other sections. It was stated Sampson City Saturday morning,, I
that the local chapter has paidor 25.
Gainesville Fla. April 5. All Interested are urgedto PacliallaJ"
Phone G39-J: P. O. Box 463 hag agreed to pay hospital bills bring tools.Men's 4i .

totaling $1900 for clients in Law- :i r Surd-O.

III tey during the past year. Assist- : I'
I1 U ance for veterans of the Brooker white dress shirts at : man A { j

$ ,1I area for the same period was approximately SSV SEEDS -= ..

I $500; for those In Stump's.We I 4R eind '..vtifulM
, 1 { '' a---- "- FOR SALE and near Hampton, $400; Theiessa LAWN AND

dN $200; and Hellbronn $liO. have letter and legal size \ 1 Q y OAReENROOK ;
r 16x16 Army Hutments Additional solicitations totaling paper to suit your needs onionskin 5t 1i u -i
$117.70 In Northeast Starke were bond, content second On fhs New ,I" "
$200 EACH DELIVERED! rag Com In
follows Mrs. J. L. ::. > Today' d
reported as : sheets etc. The TELEGRAPH. -, u' ....
n t STltK".ND VICINITY Anderson $7; Mrs. H. H. Houston irirastone
II; Mrs. W. J. Churchwell" $7;
Mrs. L. G. Powell $1950; Mrs. ATHLETES 0 D 0
1 complete heating unit. with 41 steam Gladys Harrington $4; Mrs. A. A. HOW TO KILL IT. CIIA3IPION
1 radiators. Colson $19.20; Mrs, J. D. Sey- IN ONE HOUR,
q l 1 hot water units with 1000. allon tanks.. mour $8; Mrs. Vernon Silcox $4; IT NOT PLEASED your gee back p 'I 1 The b:! YOUR
F. Mrs. T. H. Osborne $11; Mrs. H Ask any druggist for d..thlt STRONG L.n.t-W.arlnl! .
Toilets nnd cast iron wash sinks. lunglcide TE-OL. DO patient OJ
L. Drownlee $20; Mrs. T. F, Lan. Dlcohnl. it PENETRATES. Reaches Tir.Iv.r Bulltt
Electric fixtures. drum $17 i and kill MORE: germs falter LOW AS 1 New In design 1 New In
Alijccllaneou: plumbing fixtures. Collections from the residential Today at Cano\a Pharmacy A materials! New In ty
Adjustable! library shelves. districts now total: Northwest performance! Up to
Sheet galvanized metal. 6B% stronger! Up to BUDGET
11a t 21x18 Buildings with Novelty Siding. A WEEK 60% more non-skid
angles! Up to 32%
$ 2 Inch Water Pipe. longer mileage! Buy PlMli

:3-4 Lavoratories.Inch Water Pipe and Fittings. BSLIptlSNESS C3)G e the best!

r? Asphalt Tile. I --
Tongue and Groove: 1x8 Pine Doards. f

' ; 1-I Inch Plywood. DUE fRR DfpncJatl/.Economical Clilar, Beautiful Ton
{ i" No. 1 Oak Flooring. ,OJ'" ( _
Windows and Frames Complete.
(' SEE J. M. EDWARDS Love la woman's eternal t DOOR ..,
spring; and man's eternal fall. BIKE t r Bradford Engineering Co. HOW DQ YOU LIKE: LIQUOR TIRE III Child's

-- -------- -PHONE 91 r I -------r DOMINATION T She: The man I marry must 5.95
Liquor dominates YOUTH be a hero. GAIiDE1198Erite
% EDUCATION. We face the lie: Oh really now you'renot 2.69 '

; 3% fact that our son and daughter so bad a. all that. I Mad by "No-Tone." Exnislte Ton'll bs amaied it tMTery
all 1mat lids and
are receiving! liquor education llLt toots-two for fine quality of WIwen.bail'
.. through its control of all He who trims himself! to suit I toot-type rims. A strong front door one got ,r.... realistic seV Tie' S3.to*
Ure, loads ts last.
Beautiful. antiqas Ivory ,'handles are securely rlvll4t!
sources of public' Information others noon whittles himself to 20x3.123.
With soft trass-color trim. to the beads.
' the newspapers the radio a .lh''r.
1 movies, and .
advertising. Home
7111 and church must teach youth Applicant: Have you an
'J'1 that liquor brings NOT happiness opening' for me?
Joy exaltation, .adventure Office Manager: Yes but A.I_ /!' G.t Ready far Fun I IXSifT

and success but dullness misery don't slam It on the way out. j iu
loss of refinement and There's always an openingfor 1 wC4
character anti In the end poverty another Rood customer at j
fOR EASTERDress anti degradation our service station. Drop a- 1 I
(Copied. from National Frolilbltlonlut. round any day between 7 a. m. j
h "' _' .) and 11 p. m. 1 I';
-- ;., In proof of the above, letter TC1If n'S
are bring received" from Brewery 8.95
Interests, also book,
by all-
Antogrrpiicd by tint
libraries throughout the country Washing Polishing tin src't, Juiun; Wlton.
? Shirts urging librarians to put Greasing 1'1"211 covbda; with ti.

rla, their publications. Into the IIbrurlPM .' Temple & Lake 1'. :'::. : ..,jn.::. A1u3.'p. .; ..
for the benefit (?T)

1 2.75 to 3.95 of their report patrons.that looks Loral sent Librarian Service Station E

her have been refuwd.' Phone 179EASTER

4 b r '

Men 1 s Suits t 2 9 5.0 upi ,auauwwmuwuimuuu mawauaw R 9.5.9,

CANDY DOOR MAT 1.69 @tc 1w.1
'' 4.95
i Sport Shoes Mad of tough long-wearing! rubber links. Does the fobquickly

easily: thoroughly.: Protect your: rags and floors
By Ftorsheim, Beautiful Boxes of from mud sad dirt. A super special vain*I PIKLDEirS! GLOIEn
Styled by: BandY
Jarman,.,.Crosby I t HollingsworthMcPhail Watch for Weekly, F/vc-Sfar Spmclahl Qenulns cowhide will deaf
and pocket. Welted seamaMore

h 8.95 Whitman's Candies fn

1 up L1gilfL.fs .!.3
Buy Now While I

4 Stocks Are LargeA z' 2.1'
Slacks 5.95
lightweight Up Aat.59c .
Large Variety of .

Summer Straws Easter ALSO BASKETS Card s ?. ., ..ca, In We C' 2.19


Panamas, Sailors '" Believes .delving trades

Now Showing c I WeU made for long, II
wear. A fine T JaeiI _
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l l '! .JUi/L -
I CVry'tSM'IIUV I Saf Easy RoilIng,

; 1 1f COUPLET L
: 2.95 to 7.95 I D.'u'Firastona

f Complete For $1.00 $TIIOU
/i Consisting of 1 Box Coty Face FELON 1 10.95

Powder and Sub-Tint Cream Spark Plugs
It Pays To Buy The Best Powder Make-Up SCREENING
TJieyTl CATS rue tin., I.T.
Shop at 23c Per Ft. ;year motor and save your
jI I I eion is ia. nurse piamothat battery. Ton'U fet quicker
stsrtlnc and moother per.formsne 13and1 and malt
never wean ont, never ,
*. rtrsiton* tin* off to make a wa'kerstains '
stssaks. Rich
Koch 'Drug StoreOperating gnyg\)". bearing wheeU 1 rnbbatgran.

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c1iI ALVAREZ! a modern prescription department : FIRESTONE HOME & AUTO SUPPLY-

in care of two gradnatfd'and registered'phar- J. P. Roberts, Owner

I GOO Temple Avenue :: Phone: 69
} macists. l ll STARKE FLORIDA



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Hampton Boy Scouts all boys will have passed their re- Chairman Says Red Cross Drive Continues

Prep for Charter qnlremer.ts apply for a so Troop that the Charter.group may 1 Until Workers .Have Completed AssignmentsStill I .... .'" II no .' .,, '...!.II''"' .... ".',',;''\, .. "- ,i -'

Hampton Boy Scouts held their Since recent organization of on the shady aide'.of: the. h .
the Hampton Scouts membershiphas mark, financially'
regular meeting: Wednesday night halfway Starke $7 .25; Southeast Starke
shown steady Increase, ing, Bradford County's
and worked on Tenderfoot requirements IIPeak-1 $40.45; Southwest Starke $201.80.
CroHa fund drive will
with emphasis) on knot tyIng Scoutmaster Jennings stated. Solicitation by Mrs J. R. Kite
here for several days,
: and the Scout Law. Scoutmaster Three new members who have was reported through error last
I the official closing: deadline was
Robert Jennings expressed ;Just been added are Irvin and week as $3 Instead of the correct
March 31, County Chairman D. A.
hope that within two weeks Leon Trlest, and Frank Brown. figure, $36.Solicitors.
Monteith stated yesterday.
-, "There are still many people In ,: in the business district -

the county who have not yet been submitting new reports this
asked to contribute," Chairman : week were: E. J. Dahmer $85; J.
Why Worked-oat Monteith stated yesterday, "and 'I R. Kite $55: ; W. H. Graham $83; RIG

I cannot help but feel that we D. A. Monteith $70; Albert Hart-

will reach our quota in the ''final I mann, $12.30., The.. .largest_ j In-.
It will show little or no growth.It -- f- "iJ-t-* f :ttt*"' -? *
ill die later be blown rousing cooperation of cltlzei
M sooner<< or or "
throughout the county.
down by strong wind ,
Wednesday's checkup: reveal .
,, At the present time I have a mar- that only 1754.75: has been coi ,' X \; I.; ,..'- "'I."-c. -",,..r'n''' --l" :;; '' ';.; ., r ,.,'. Y'u'; .' ."", .: ..." ,-r.t..1;-:. ."'- .".,,,, ,'
trlbuted toward the county' $? ,01'
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ket for worked out timber. '/.; ; : ; ; ''.. "
000 quota. Ivy"s :'; ..t ,:' .. .
: "" ,1"0' .Ik
Solicitation in some sectors hI i! I"", ...... .' ,:" ."' '!I.:'"
been lagging Chairman Montelf lito. I : .\\I t r.t" .-: '
stated, and he urged cooperatK ',01 ,- :;'\... ( ,. !JI..r. ,

SEE IT N-O-WI In all committees In view of tl..:' ,' ," )f, ;' :" ..", : ,".f. l'4E.

vital services performed by U r i ,. .... "' ,!:, " :'. c./.f', """ "

Edwin W. Peck I Scrod will me. a pout to Bee card you.and Hampton Bradford, Thereasa Chapter, Heilbronn In Lawte ai .' :a. .'J a .." ."'', ''11' .'-' '..':?.>...'.-I'<.:..","1.c'-., .. ,"'..". ", .. .,IL,.,.... ':. '.> 'j. ..J,." .: I

I' come. all other sectlonx. It was state 1 I,' h' '. 'J;: : :' ': '.
that the local chapter has pa ',, : ........ "'e. '.
Phone C59-J; Gainesville Fla. ,, '" ',I, ,,< .- 1
I O. Box 463
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has to bll! ':, '
or agreed hospital '
pay :
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or :, .. :; :;{ : :" :"2 "
totaling $1900 for clients in Lai, ". <
tey during the past year. Assls "",,-. '"/ 'V"I' 'o.'. ',,. 'i:,:; : ::'
:, ,
ance for veterans of the Brook .' '

area for the same period was a rJ: -' ,:. ,..,'',,, ,'. \. ,,. :;'1!' ;.!,", ,' .. >.', ,".... .
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for those .
proximately $500; .. ... :( (,.. :-" i ." r'"
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f"----------FORSALE -,---- -- and rear Hampton $400; There 9 '. t', !'. ; t.i"Jtr q ..
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't'. ,,(If'-" '., .. >:',,' .' .tn.. .[', :;;\ .. "
$200; and Heilbronn $150. lI' "- ; '" "," "'r; : : ....... .. ..... ;
16x16 Army Hutments Additional solicitations totalli '.. '<(, .., .>::1; ., "'i ,U.
-' ;.; a \\I>;;!t:,>>','1{i :;:: .... ..... '
$117.70 In Northeast Starke .: ..., r.h' ., :.'P"' ."' .. ) "
we .
S._ oJ; 's" 'iI' 'Ii<" ', ,, ,
$200 EACH DELIVERED! ... .. .'. > "
M reported as follows: Mrs. J. ." ',y .' ,., ., .. in .. ,.r..fi; I; __ 'd'{" i ;', ., ,......_
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STARK AND VICINITY Anderson $7; Mrs. II. H. Houst'' .. ,. !or. at i';" v .. J.;.. ". f, ,"
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ALSO $IIrs.; W. J. Churchwell' $ :JIr';' >' .;'_ '..*;v. ,1.JS'i' '*-.}->!" .!>II1\! .\:.1." $ .' '.t..."",J" ."" ,;\I:', '"
Mrs. L. G. Powell U9. O; M '''' '' : '*. ;* 'I ,.:, ,;-; : ",i.
'ft .
1 complete heating unit with 44 steam Gladys Harrington $4; Mrs' A. .... ." : "
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Colson Mrs. J. D. S "
radiators. $19.20; s 11 J. "
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1 hot water units with OOO-jjallon tanks. mour $8; Mrs.: Vernon Silcox ) \. .. ,'.,. .A\,,. '"'t' ,...... ;' ..f'f\.v:
Mrs. T. H. Osborne $11; Mrs. :;:: ...: { 1 '. ,, p. ,
Toilets nnd cast iron wash sinks. : ; .. .t.:,5'1 ; -r : '. ._ "..
L. Drownlee $20; Mrs. T. F. La f.- .-iff' ,, "o". : .
Electric fixtures. .. :: .', '
Miscellaneous plumbing fixtures. drum $17. i f, 4 j.,'k t : : ) '
: Collections from the rel'ltdent'or' ins f'f ".< ./ : .. : t,:' :: ,:, } f;; "y 2'; ,:'
r Adjustable' library shelves. districts now total: Northwi .. 'M' .'. ... ,1 ..._., I I"A' ',' .. .. ..,
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Sheet galvanized metal. t. ', .1"r' _.. .
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FOR -: .; ::'':' r 'I, wtYN\ F'"C I _. ..."... ,
2 Inch Water Pipe.M : J.- ,,'" -' <;<, "" ,: -., .'., .' ;.1: .}.. .,". I-} ,.;, '.. '1" ,.., .d.:,. ',r
S : : ," '. : ,
B1LISU51IESS 5 i i"
: Inch Water I'ipe and Fittings. : '. t. ..'I'I" .
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TAKE : : t
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Tile. ; ; ;
Asphalt .; .. 'h ;'.. /J' I .. ':'. .
Tongue/ and Groove: 1x8 Pine Boards. : S ,. ;

1... Inch Plywood.No. 'J,1: .
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1 Oak Flooring. e TO CONSTIPAIlGK USE AS DIRECT > .",'of.,,' ..: .(1'r \ ; _

Windows and Frames Complete. ... ." "

'; SEE J. M. EDWARDS .C.T.U... -'. : -'" ,,,; .,. .. ,' : ,...-

.. M1\ :Y":, '''I aM1i '."" .
Bradford Engineering Co. .I I ,.. .. : ) .','. .... ''' ":!
HOW OCX YOU LIKE: LIQUI \'ft .lIIi ii ... :: : tt< 7f.t : .
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PHONE 91 DOMINATION: i !, >l I ,,
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Liquor dominate lit YOU' J'O, ',
EDUCATION We face > ;" .!.. ',. '.sS "i :. :; ;)': ) .: S: r ;
fact that our soon anti dau| 44 t .
ten mln : .'. .,: .s'1 rV, ; ..VJvJ""ffv ,. .
are receiving liquor ) *,' .1, : I ,' \ :, ", 1 tai ..' ,
., S __ .'" ,, ,, It. '" ..,
rrIl tlon through Its control of :, ""' ,,\,., 0' ." 0 .. ,'.. ..
r sources of public' In formal I t. \'; )b, ", .. I, .< ': '

the newspapers, the nM .. :'f'. .
movies and advertl lng. Ha .

, 7111 and church mud tench yoi f .' :
that liquor bring NOT hap ,"
Il nellll, Joy, exaltation, atlventu :. : : : i' '
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t ; : '
M and success, but dullness n ." ..'f' '" ,1ery : <:: : ;:
loss of refinementI I ", 01'" r "."" -- : ,,;.! '
.r. 1" .
character, and In the end ... .I :.(. .. .. .... : .
p' .
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EASTER rrty and degradation. a .. :'!.. "1. '.' S. : ;.:
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(Copied from National Pro : ''r' ': :" : '. ,
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are being received from Hn ,. t "V", "", ,n" {. '
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libraries thruiinhiMit the CO' -,. ".' "' nyyp';,.:'" .. '7' ". r4R : ''if'.i". .' .. :
& try urging librarians to ". ';::'J'',,} 1 ":
Dress Shirts | : : :' ', 5 r' ., '
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their publications Into the ', ....,.. 7' ',I ; : ',{Io'.
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