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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 11, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Ir legislators who left last gray bark and sturdy branches

incl for the hectic' hall of The redbud is In bloom, too, asa.see.

1 have beenkeepln&: an are peach wild plum and pear

the ground In the past few trees. Official County Publication Established In 2877VOLUMN t

by attending: meetings of Now's the time of year whens

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opinions expressed una hours: the mocker the wren t1IXTY-NINE HTARKK. FLORIDA. FKI ).\\-. APRIL II, 19.1-1 NVIDERTWENTY; FIVE (

1 t ot con any on state or local matI and the little anonymous warblers .- --.. _0 H ___ .__ .__ __- -__ ._.. ._ ___ _.._

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1|iie 1 the! Issues.groups differing' : widely mounts to chirps a full-throated; bird music melody that City Engages Ministers Protest Sale Of Whiskey t


I instance, the County. 'each- as .the sun rises.,, Those.ars. good J1, ._ .'1' n


t Sheriff Here Board Yields

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No'rIC ffile AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 26, 1947. IN CIRCUIT COUNT IIHAUFORI. Telegrams Sent To Legislators With fr'"
her..y.. Iflven to. all STATE! OF FLORIDA to:: EarlA. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Co'rNT..FLUH..A.. IN ulA.fa
and credltora Balr whose residence and ad* As Clerk of said Court. ..'":IIY. f' 'Hit' If Liquor I drawing Sponsorship Of '
E. Dowry SwK dre.... Is unknown. Ky Lucille C. Conner, D. C. Odessa P. Stafford' Plaintiff vs.Oeorae '
Edna owning You are required to appear on' J. C. Durrance. Law EschanxsDIdR. W. Stafford, Defendant.
"to lirkln" Dogvt7! Week April 14. 1947, In the above ., Jacksonville. Fla. Cane No. 6II8V; x Special Act I
I Florida, and file l any named Court and cause, wherein Arty for Plf. 8.89L 4-lAIN VIJPKK: rtF.. PUBLICATIONNO Assessor Says
iafms against the estate plaintiff seeks divans Bradford \ NOTK-I3 TO AIMT ''t
'ountr Judge of Bradford bounty Tfil. ftrap>i shall publish this : 'III'I'I' ('0('liT, HHAOKOHII STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ooorg-e Proposed special legislation designed to give the Boardof
within elBht month. Order In next four weekly iH.ues.Witness ('Ot' 'I'Y. VLORIU\: OIANKIIY. Worth Stafford whose residence.
l ill-it publication of thl. my hand and official (' and address Is: Central Y.M.C.A., County Commissioners authority to dispose of confiscated

said claimant Florida.In willbe. seal 11. 194T.at Starke, Florida, this March Harry T. Johnson Plaintiff v.. Richmond 19 Virginia. als year and next year bonded whiskey "through charitable institutions or sale I :'! !
of LAura Jean Johnson, Defendant.
b StfltUtOS Dovty W..ek.. Adm'x.I OFFICIAL SEAL A. J Thomas. Case No. 6613.ORDER May You 6 are, 1047.required In to the appear above on "I do not agree with Monday'' thereof to licensed dealers outside the County of Bradford" I

\s clerk of said CourtD. OF PUBLICATION named Court and range, "r't. "irplaintiff elegatlon as to the moral lean
I drew quick and effective fire from of local ministers
E. KnlRTht." Starke, Fla. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Bradford a group
cornT. RRADFOnDIM Ally for Pit. 8-14 4t 4-4 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Laura County: Telegraph seek divorce.shall publish this; ivolved. Even If this whiskey I la ( who appeared before the Board Monday petitioning)
FhOIl1UA1 CHAN! Jean Johnson, whose residence and ld to dealers f I
In wet counties It
Y. Order In next four weekly Issues. ,
111 ciRcriT COURT! nnvnromt address Is % -A.. E. Evans, (her '' the Commissioners "not to sell or give away liquor" !in its I
PlainJRoRsr Witness my hand and nr Irlxl' White. COPY'rY! PLOKIIt.tl IM CHAM.! father), %, American Limestone < I
I White, Defendant (... nv. Company Knoxville, Tennessee. seal at Starke, Florida, thl* March I any more whiskey available to possession now or in the future. I
David H. Oray, Plaintiff vs. War- required to on 81. 1947. the
83Ell You are appear After hearing delegation out the Board dispatched
PUBLICATION tine Janeway Dray Defendant Case April 2fl, 1947 In the. above natnod ( J. Thomas lose who would buy It than 1 Is
OF JLCourt.
ISOTir-H TO APPEAR No. 6508. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff As Clerk of jw on the market. There Is no telegrams to State Senator Charley. E._ Johns and! Represen-

Jlioie VOF residence FLORIDA I. to unknown.: Roger ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR! seeks Telegraph! annulment.shall publish"Bradford this County Order Bv Chse.Lucille.IL! Mess C. ,Conner 104-05 D.Realty C. Bid*. .' Cottage of bonded whiskey I I -tative N, D. Wainwright, Jr., 1

is STATE OF FLORIDA to: War- 'a next four weekly IMSUUH.'Witness Jnt-kBonvllle, Fla. irsonally feel that If the County; stating that the Commission- {
r1947redlntOth.De .ne Janeway Gray whose residenceI. my hand and official Heal Atty. for Plf. 4-4 4t 4-25 I ,
V irna the liquor over to the 'Drvs' Call desired
E urt anil cause wherein : 718 Belhaven Street, Apartment I at Starke, Florida this March 27th,, County era to withdraw sponsorship jo-
J divorce. Bradford 10. Jackson Mississippi.You I 1917. miitFnn itfOI tate Beverage Commission from the controversial
) IN CIRCI'IT coriiT.
this OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,,
l.-lpRraph shall publl.h are required to appear on ( VI'V. FLOItllltl IN 'l1AcFllY. %> vhlch will sell Ill) or dumps the
of said Court. '
As Clerk legislation-
four weekly leeueamY In the above ,
11, 1947, .
next April
Lucille C. Conner, D. C. titles In the It Is
hand and official .oifd court and cause, wherein By Huffman. Florida National Edna Uims Uraves, vs. James W. sewer passing Mass MeetingA t
Lester M. Monday's action
[larks, Florida this March piaMtltt seeks: divorce. Bradford Bank Building Jacksonville,, Graves, Defendant. Case No. 6527. } an opportunity to provide by the
County Telegraph shall publish this. Fla. I ORDER OF PITHI.IPATIOV Ads that can only be offset by; Gourd left Sheriff A. O. An-
,. Issues.Witness
J. Thomas.f In four weekly
A. next
BEAD Order 8.98 1A
4t 4-18 AND NOTIPP! n'rPPF'
? Airy for Pit. dreu right where he has been for
taxation. rally for "Information Inspiration
Creased
f of bald Court. my hand and official STATE) OF FLORIDA to: Mrs.
I Lnndrum. Starke, Fla seal at Starke Florida this March Jamaa1'. Uraves whose residence the past several years-In pot
8-14 4t /-/ i-v ciitcrrr < ort fit 2a/1917. (COl'V'rY'' i\ CHINRichard" 1 and address Is: Maxi 4th Street %, gesslon. of fl-om' I55: to 130 cases
I-I-IT BRADFORD OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma.,, cFxY. Ford Garage, Charlotte, North Coro- e Commissioners, Hayes appear militant body which Intends twee :
COUR1. AH Clerk of ttald Court. F. Kahn, Plaintiff. vs. linn Board of "rod" liquor with an estimated
; I
Ey. IN CHANL before the members ant
FLORIDA! By Lucille C. Conner D. C. Kathleen Blerkorttl Kuhn, Defendant. i Von are renulred, 10 pp. ,; that Bradford County in dry"' value of around $7,000 which he
Martin J. Pearle. 803 Graham Buildin. Case Nil. 6512. May 5V 1947. 11tbe above preHHed his views on the Issue
Mau, Jr.: Plaintiff Defendant6IX ; v. .;, Jacksonville, Fla. ORDER OF PUBLICATION nnmori court and cause, wherein ]1 The- proponed leRlHlatlon was has been announced for next Tuesday can neither dOHtroy; give away
ki.lnnd Mau Atty. for Plf. 8.81t 4-11 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR plaintiff; seeks divorce and" rt ntoratlrin nor sell.
J /. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Kathleen r-f mnlden na me. Bradford io approved at the March 28 at 8 p.m. by the Bradford I '

Kit: OF PUBLICATION IN CIRCUIT COURT RH.I IIFIIIIU Blorkorttl Kahn. whose rent- (nnnty Teluffraph shall publish this actingof the Bradford Farm County Drya." In tllNCusfilng the popular belief
1 1 NOTICE TO APPEAR .. COUNTY FLOHIIIAI IN 11"11.; dunce Is Unknown.You Order In next four weekly Issues. that the confronted, whiskey
OF Fl-ORIDA to Mre.'eland rKlls< 'are required to appear on Witness my heed an! official went! ireau which rave; blanket ap Organized' limt 1\onlaYm'rnlng
Mau, whose Navy Base resl1,1 -,, Ernest Herman Hudson, Plaintiff,. April 28,' 1D47, In the above nam.,1Court at Htarke, Florida, this April 8, oval to all three special acta Immediately after tho can be "dumped" following |A-,
., Is
: appearance
I mlflress and wherein plaintiff
I 195, Charleston, South vs. Mary K. Hudson Defendant cause Bradford County 1947. spared by the county for li'jflaJve of ministerial nuance of .a court order Circuit f
Box Case No. 11497.ORDEn xeeks divorce. OFFICIAL RRAL) A. J. Thomas.As a and laymen's dHo-
Telegraph shall publish thle OriUi of Hnld Court action. Judge A. Z. Adklnit stated yeetenday
| to'appear on OF PUBLICATIONAND Clerk : gallon bufore the County Commissioners
r< required above NOTICE TO APPRAH In next four weekly Issues.Witness By Lucille C. Conner. D. C!. that he has no authority
the
[l. 1947, In hand and official a..alat the new has
my Lnndrum Fla.
K. fltarke group
T. Frank
,nun> and cause, whernlnxrke STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary ntarke, Florida, thl. March 2(1( / 4t 4-25 under the existing law to Issue
residence for Plf. -
divorce. Bradford Hudson whose last known Atty. announced Itnelf as sn affiliate of

1 h digraph shall publish this and address I. % General 1947.(OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas I Elected the United, Florida Dry. Incur such an order because convictions
.>' four weekly Issues. Delivery, San Diego Calltornla. As Clerk of said Court. NOTirn' IH IIKIIKIIV: ;IXKTO 'upre were never obtained by the county
and offlcla' to on 01 C.II. TMIOM' |T porateil, a union of dry forces of
F mhand You are required appear By\( Lucille C. Conner. D. 'I'llI PI III.M' M/ In any of the liquor cases involv
S-tarke Florida this March before April 21st 1947 In the above II. Duncan 517 Lynch Building. Mfr COX'KHM TIItT IIK: crrrIF the state, with headquarters In
named court and cause, wherein Jacksonville, Fla. HTAHKH. IIRI>V..IIII ('01 M- ed. "Parties from whom the
I vl. PEAL A. J. Thomas.of ,. plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford Atty. for Pit S-2 4t 4-1! TV KI.OIIII. WillI rtllK lead of RotaryJ. Jacksonville. liquor was taken were !In every
weld Court. County Telegraph shall publish thli TO IIH INTHODfCKII: AT TIIH
Lnndrum Starke, Fla. Order In next four weekly Issues. 1\1: CIRCl'IT CO11T. BRAOFORtCO \FtrT1'4: ire" "..:...../."" III" Tuesday evening's rally will be Instance released under -bond, II, ,
fit e-lit /-/ Witness my hand and offlcla !''II'1'Y. FLOUII I'M IH'!N'Bertie TIIW F.O'lIn I.R' :'l"..'TrRM. Held at the Courthouse. Wilbur which was later forfeited and I
seal at Starke, Florida this 19tf c.Jnv. IN TALLAl11reRF7 AHIHMIII.IOIt. H. Dupre manager of thltnel'ng Scott has been named chairman
BRADFORD Plaintiff, '' have no authority to Issue an
MIT COURT of March 1947. Phlpps MoDadK. TIIR' FOLLOW IN Illl.l.Of.
11', KLOHIDAI IN CHANill. (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas,, William Edward McDade Jr., De 1 District Florida Pow.rJ.tCht of the organisation with the Rev. order for destroying the whiskey

A. Clerk of said Court. he ...nlltl..dn Act A- Co., was elected presl- W. J. Churchwell as vlce-rhalr
Thompson Plaintiff, v.. Lucille C. Conner D. C, 'tftn.lant.Nllmhe.. 5510.} A hill to under those circumstances. dge I
By
I Jean Saunder. Thompson, John J. Hender.on, Esq. St. Augueline '. ORDER OF I't'BLICATIO mendlnir Chapter 23540 No.ANaalnn1BA 1025.. 1t of the Starke Rotary Club In man, Lucian Conner was appointee Adklns stated. Such procedure .
Int. Cone No. S48S.in FIorIAaAtty. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Laws of Florida Roicillnr f annual election of officers 1
4-11. Wll. hv putting out of the terrl- "} secretary-treasurer would require'
| OK PUBLICATION for Plf. 3-al 4t STATE OF FLORIDA to Mr. a special legislative
d at the regular luncheon meet-
1 'E TO APPEAR Ham Edward McDade, Jr., clo MriLouise '. torlal limits of said City of Stiirketho ChdlrmaaiiScott announced that
Ni1Tlr act, I l I'
heXfukled.At'MrfrwUy1
fc OF FLORIDA to: Martha -- Utragler, Route 1, Box 12Augusta following described lands, to- t there Wortnesiyt' O. Den ., .
the ''wilt r '
'
DIlAPFORtJo .r-vs.rtou
COURT wits rany o .peak morning1 'ipftted'
similers! Thompson who.e res- 11'1 CIRCUIT I Oa. j-k elected Vice ,
was president
fnd addre. I. % Mre. Vernl.lers. "OI'N'ry, FLOIIIIJ' IN CIIANrlsnv. ; You are .required to appear 01,1 The Fast One-helt of the West. ers, including: (BhrrlJT! A, O. And- Board session' following Introductory I '
Cedar St. Rock Hill.un ,. April LA, 1947. In the above names'1 One-half of Section 2I/, Tnwnsnln 1 the following officers were
'irolfna.: Colefnan R. Cameron Plaintiff vs..I Court and cause, wherein. plalntlf. x f South Hnnire 21 Bust Bradford elected: Junlus M. Smith, ecal'Y reu, who it was stated, will "pre remarks by the Rev W. B f
''miulred to appear ono Edna Pearl Cameron Defendant seeks divorce A restoration of maiden County, Florl 6496.ORDER Telegrapl, C. H. Nasworthy treas- : "
In the above Case No. name.Bradford County ALSO! : ;
< April 14 1947 PUBLICATIONAND thl. order In next foil,r; remarks made before the County of the Bradford County Dry,
"' ir" and cau.e, wherein OF shall publlHh II ,r; E. T. Shull) sergeant at E
,"ks divorce. Bradford NOTICE TO APPEAR! ., weekly Issues A hill I to he entitled 1 An Act Amvndlnir Cum m 1 ae to ne r e Monday to the read the petition opposing sale or
orricln'
FLORIDA to: Edn.Pearl Witness my hand and of (ireLaws ns. t
thli STATE OB1 Portion Forty-six
Ir. shall publish effect that the t
-r"ph county receives
xt four weekly Issue. Cameron whose last knowi.I. seal at Starke Flor'.da: thl. Marcl Oreatlnir the Munlclpnlltv of The following were elected to donation of the confiscated whl-
-. ny hand and officialIstnrkr residence and address Is all Bar 4A, 1817. ,. ThM Cltv nf Starke, Florida, relative more revenue through fines and key. The Rev W. J. Churchwell..
olUI. La Orange, Georgia. OFFICIAL SEAL) elections of the respective ve on the new Board of Dl-
Florida this 18th well" Ave., ( Clerk nt weld Court to foifelturca as a dry county than the Rev. Mr. Hall and J. T.
: on 01' As officers, thereof especially, pertaln-
nTI You are required to appear tors: J. H. Dupre, Lucian Con-
(J SEAL) A. J. Thoma., before April 21st. 1947 In the abov.. T. Frank Landrum.. Starke. Flnrldn,i Inn to Chief of Police of saidltv. cnuld, be anticipated on a wet Qulgloy spoke briefly In support
/l1i
SISAdt| JOH R,!. Wlli
for Plf. S. O. Denmark -
and cause wher.lrplaintiff Arty and abolishing1 said office of CfAletof "
il I >t bald Court. named Court county. of the polltlon. The Rev. L. D.
I Henderson. Ksq. St. 'AURUS1 seek divorce. F adfori B111IFOR1COUNTY I, Police. i E. L. Matthews, T. K. Me- I
8.11t /-/ shall puhll.h i thhOrder lor: ciRcriT COI'RT. ,_, ALSO: Various officers of the state lalnes thanked the Commissioners i'
for Plf. Telegraph
Atty County. ._....._.. '' .. FI.OHIIIIV CHAMC"FII .ne, Jr., J. M. Smith and A. J.
weekly u In next four i ; a organization will be prenent, Scott for their ready response In f
: VOeortce
uir (mRT. .IRAOFORDPl.OIIIKAl my hand and oftl..lal/ Reedy, Plaintiff. ve. Eve An Act authorising and empowering ) .. The outgoing president"'
VHAN- W. : Bradford told In a joint statement by the withdrawing sponsorship of the)
fY. I seal at Starke. Florida till. IDtbOFFaiC0lA'L19SBAL lyn Irene Reedy, Defendant. Costnumber / the Cltv of Starke, C. Hoover automatically bales I
County, Florida to retire on a pension
newly elected offlclalH of the coun- bill.
, J. Mulllns, Plaintiff. vsfI ? )' A. J. Thomas 5508ORDER OF PtTBLICATIOM of one-half of his present sal. the ninth member of the f fI
I Mulllns, De fendant. Case As Clerk of said Court. AND NOTirFJ TO APPEARATATE wry Chief of Police A. L. Alvare. ird. t V group. It was anBiirted that tho I
By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. OF FLORIDA to: Evelyn of said City and to provide by taxation purpose> of the Bradford, Dry IKto
en OF PUBLICATION John J. Henderson. Esq., St. Au ru.- Irene Reedy, whose residence IeBomervllle : I or otherwise' I the funds nee'eexarY The new officers will "taker" .. Strawberry Buyers
TO APPEAR therefor, and authorising" and present a united' front agalniit1
NOTICE .
: of the Roy
Fla Massachusetts. at the beginning 'i
FLORIDA to: Marian floe 4-11 the City Council of said Expected Back
J OF Atty. for Plf. 3-21 4t You are required to appear on empowering ho encnmrhmenN. of the liquor
whose residence. I. un- In the above named Cltv to enact the necessary Ordinance year July 1.D.Odom I
April 82. 1847 trlll'tic. and to push forward evel'yI '
BRADFORD and cause, wherein plaintiff to make the Act effective.sl I Early Next Week
COURT Court
lare required to appear on IH' CIRCUIT FLORIDA IN CHANMavee seek divorce. Bradford County Tel | Carl Johns ffort to make Bradford. County
l I4. 1847. the above COWNTV. thl. order In CARL JOHNS City Clerk Installed
Court :d1vol'c.Iau. whereinDr CERT. Stone Poston Plain tift.v. next egraph four shall weekly publish Issue.. Starke, .Florida. ruly a dry county. This oritanlatlon Rudiiim'! sun almost of mld-Au-

sneks shall .publish Bradford this .. William George", Poston D t.adant. Witness my hand and official 1t a Shrine Club Head will present. to the citizens, KU st Intensity, weakened strawberry I t

Bn TelHgraph next four weekly Issues. Care No 11501. Real at Stark. Florida, Mils March i of. Bradford County facts and Outur : quality here this) week but ,

Vi* my >hand and official ORDER OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR 20 OFFICIAL, 1947. SEAL) A. Thorn.... 1N! CIRCI'IT COI'RT. BR'DF'onn 'nstallatlon of new officers of <*s concerning revenue to the 'hastened the ripening of tho fruit
/a
NOTICE ( .
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AND ;
F March FLORIDA INCERY. elf' \I. .
thl.
Starke Florida Mr C'lerk of ) Collrt.II. COUNTY. | '
STATE OF FLORIDA where to:residence A. Stark.. Fla Atty. fnr ... Starke Shrine Club was madehe county from legal and Illegal II- At last on the verge of a late- '

TAr. SEAL> A. J. Thomas William and George Address Poston.III: 711 Socl.t' OpfBrown.;] 8128-4t-4118 Laurlne F. Nunn, Plaintiff, vs. TCu- ;; meeting of the local Shrln- quor traffic' and will Blvd Its sup Reason comeback, the crop give
k nt said Court. ester If Nunn Jr., Defendant. CaseNo.
1Awln Oaln..vl1le, Flaur t Street Charleston. South Carolina.You 5S2R. Thurxday evening of last week art to those officials of the county evidence now of being of sufficient
"
Plf. I-U Itd are required 1947. to app.al' NOTICB' OF APPLICATION D.neu foil I' ORDER OF PUBLICATION he Woman's Club. During the who> seek to enforce the liquor volume by the first of next
TAX
ku thewhnraln AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
TIT COURT. BRADFORD named Voort and BradfordCo'untyelegraph House Bill No. 1WI9NOTICR STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr Ell-, imony J. D. Odom was Instalas two" week to bring back buyer who

C.TV. FLORIDA IN CHAJI '*- nikintlff divorce.shall pubUah this IS ArantleYthe HEREBY O1VKN.holder thatalts. wing H Nunn Jr.," whose residence. president, N. N. Prevatt asipresldent. The officials urged, a Jorge turnout were stalemated by freezes late '
N. *
M. : IIJ and address Is: & Euwlng Nunn.Hr. 0
Plaintiff. 'V. Order In next tour weekly t..uuWltn. the following certificates; has ., % Ralph Miller's Saw Mill and E. W Hayes Tuesday of "men, and women In January
Pennb. Gun ... my. hand and official said certificate for a tax deed laDs I I Arlsonat I
La ,
Camp Young Secretary-Treasurer. who lnterei t..d
March : old are
weal at Starke, Florida, this Issued thereon. The certificate ,, song" or Market Manager R. B. Alvarea

HER' OF PUBLICATION 'OFFICIAL': : A. J. Thomas. numbers and years: of Issuance and thxnames the May You 5.are 1947.required In to the appear above on 'he occasion was distinguished In the moral welfare of our com fated that BO crates were sold I
SEAL of the property
r> Nnriria TO APPEARE :> description named court and cause, whereinplaintiff visit of W. Fredb. "
annual munity.
NicholasI Clerk of said Court. In which It was assessedare < the Monday at an average of $8.60, ,
OF FLORIDA to: ** seeks divorce.1 t"r' <1 "<" '
I. 1S4 T.ucllle C. Conner, D. C. a. follows: Illustrious Potentate of the who 102: crates at T '
whose residence ov Fla. of Isstinnre County Telejrraph shall publish this' Ministers and layman anounced Tuesday average of

||"rk;nd !Street New York City T.Att Frank'. for Landrum.Plf. Starke.*-" ) ,
of Property! WU ofNF.4 my band an<1 nfflcli'seal by members of the 1 5. Including the 29 sold through
impanled ai a delegation
Vfomlny, appeared
er > ul on
red to appear *
. q of NF 1'4 Section 1J, Township at Htarke, Florida this April
1 1 14. 1947. In the above. 1 fYl l'VTY FLORIDA BRAPJFORO IN UHF; Snurh. Knnft-e II East containing 3, 147. ,...,ln and their ladles.Approximately before the County Commlsslon the market last week totals for
I court wherein
and cause, SB AD A 3. Themes.,
more or less. OFFICIAL the estimated '
"epks divorce. Bradford e.JRT. 10 acres In which assessed: Charley A. Clerk of. said Court '" "' : 50 Starke and Monday, opposing a suggestion.hat past seven days were
Plaintiff. Name
Telegraph shall publish this Oaorga Berrd Cannon, De- 011 By Lucille C. Conner, D C. "isonvllle Shrlners were pres- the County dlep.of con- at 233 crates bringing In
ext four weekly I.sue*. I. Knight pannol> "V'o'f said property a beingIn 1. Frank Landrum, Stark. FlaJw- ....' sale to $11,004.
rated bonded liquor by ,
tender .. 1 at the meeting.
'** my hand and official ; PUBLICATION- the County of Bradford State of Atty. for Plf. 4-4 4t 4-2H
larks, Florida this March ORDER'ryF 1'0 APPEAR tie Shrine Club will sponsor nstltutlons or dealers Mr. Alvares stated that 13 can 1 ,
.. NnTl"E certificates
AND certificate or
STATE OF ,FLORIDA to: LurleneKnUM 1.'nl.e.shall such boo redeemed according Recent Birth rtalnment by the Moroccopie' Chairman Scott announced yes- rolled from Louisiana. Tuesday
AL '
SEAL,) A. J. Thomas.. re.ldlncft* tv
"k >f said Court. .. Cannon ton Avenue, whose % Mr. ROD- iucharertltlcats or certltl ateedwlllhe MinMrels! Saturday inlay: that the following men and volume there will reach its ,

*Hi Jacksonville Brown. Law Exchange ertDTabin Charleston South Caro- sold to the hls-hest bidder at IDA LOU "LI'M.fJln: 3. Jacksonville talent will I have agreed to servo as directors esr-peek next week unless. unfor- j I t' I

'rc P'f.' Fla.i-1! 4t .-. ""YOU are required to appear on the court house month door of on Ma the,.. U47.first Chief Petty Officer and Mrs.. tarred In the show, ,of the organization: M. O. Harrell, ten weather conditions Interfere I

April '8. 1947. in the above' namedBraSte'A plain' which I. In the 6th day of May. 1947. Wm. E. Plummer announce the '. Tanner leading leaturlng"" i 1 Chairman Board of County Cam ''The[ flood of berries from Loulsl-. ,

T'IT COURT. BRADFORDFLORIDA Court and .ewu: Count Dated this !nd day of April.. 1947. birth of a daughter. Ida Lou In r, and Henry I nlsslonerfl., Brooker; W. S. Hlb-I ana might adversely affect price
dlvoree J Thomas.Cl.rk
IN CRAM* tift aeska SEAL.) A. '
rT. | ihaU this Order (OFFICIAL DradfordCounty W Burns Theressa L. H. Hill Lawtcy Its. i,
Telegraph publl.h of Circuit Court of Shadycrest Hospital Starke, on tra. Haydon wUlll ey, ; ; j p
Eat Plaintiff. ve Bar A. In next four weekly hand Issue.and ottlclal' Florida. 4-4 41 4-IS Thursday March 37. the Interlocutor. Walter > .ml H. H. Lewis, Pine Level. The market manager pleaded I t I t.,
DetldanL Cass Wltnes. my t
DE. OF PUBLICATIONLemuel No14T seal at Starke. Florida this March r :"Is musical director_ .W. W.j I wIth grower to keep their Dock t

:iers. Jr., Is Minstrel Director, I(School Principals as 8'00'1 SRI possible: In view of : : 1

muse nave se-vei"overseas. land John R. Van Arnum la Ad- the poor quality of the present '. 1

raDroacJ"fllcr'lhrws i"bltbI etraln. telthT now; oti $108.25. Last night'!; meetingwas. heldIn I visor. (( Named By Board crop. Some offerings her this 1 ,.

Colson, local den-1 The accident occurred on Red Cross collections In the I the hall of the American Tbe minstrel will be staged for week were ao bad that they sold ,
Election of for two of
I been given "doctor'i I, March 28 near Charlotte N. C.. schools, an Integral part of the I Legion. ,' the benefit of the Shrlners' crlp- Bradford's schools principals, and approval for SI.20 a crate Mr. Alvarns 1
that such Incidents
stated
adding
Cross funds, Present members of thl pout Tickets
employed Red hospitals.
had been for children's
I to take a rest and will be where Dyal all-out drive pled of the list of teacher for the have a tendency to "break the F ':.
S. O. Denmark
I the past two years as foreman now being conducted by are: A. L. Crosby may now be purchased from members
for
this office I are ( Ilrooker Junior High School was market down." I
untu around AuIt 1 Law. L. M. Drake A. /. Thomas Lucia of the Starke Shrlnern. i ?\
In pipe factory. Blanchard announced week the '
a this by
Tho market has had, '
was announced this! I Conner William H. (Bill Gra I manager .
Or Colson will spend sev I In addition to his mother. he IsI SUvernail Dirt Rhoden County School Board, following Inquiries from buyers concerning '
I Ed !
ks In the Shadycrest Hallfter I survived by his wife, Mrs. Kathleen Boy Scout News ham.Lavon Andrews Capta'n Richard Azaleas Stolen I Its April meeting Monday. I Tennessee flat beans and anyone 'f' I r

which he wUl be ale Cochrane Dyal one daughter Mrs. Scouts of Starke's O. Kldd. At Krttemeyer KarnestPhillips : From Cemetery I I Harmon Morgan was reelected who has planted or l.. Interested 'f'I'I' .

here. i Betty 'Sue. and five elates,llvllle. Sixteen Boy at the and Clifford dexter principal of the Brooker school In planting (his crop Is asked to I I i I

1C. C. Montgomery. Russ Troop 70 were present City Clerk Carl Johns Is offering and Mrs. Ola Perkins was named contact him '

ir Blinds I Ala., and Mrs. Woodrow Surrency.I meeting Monday, night at 7:30: I f 10O reward for information I I Hampton principal. Both appointments : ,> W'' I ,
Edna the American Leg- Track Fund ,
I Miss held at Race
Pollard
o'clock
Mrs. Irma leading to the arrest and convic will/ b* In effect with Pilots
Licensed '' :
of formed Into i ,
Helen Dyal all Hall. The youths : 7
|Dyal, and Miss Ion with Florida'sM tion of the person or persons who the beginning of next term. J '
ixa.utett proprietor of Gas- to study Morse Code Bradford along I' ) I i i' I
ge Store on Call Starke. In I two groups advancement requirement other counties, this week received stole a large azalea bush from the The teachers: approver for Private pilot's licenses were 'Issued r. t 1 '

announced this week that Funeral services were held and leadership Scoutmaster an additional (25,000 from Johns lot In Crosby Lake Ceme Brooker' High, for next year. are.Mrs during the past week to f f I

hoe, Inotltuted a Venetian Charlotte on March 30 and Ceme-Inter'' under E. the T. Shull and Scout Committeeman state race track tax receipts, tery. The theft was discovered I Cleo Andrews M.... Peer Colon !of. Thomas and Nosh O- u .i,

f i Wr> department. The new 1 anent was In Sugaw Creek T. H. Osborne. The bringing the total allocation: for Sunday.Mr. j Cain. Mrs. Hazel Harrel Mrs.Loca Young Jr., at Conway-LJbby-U- t .

"ables the store to tery. of the' will meet again Monday the year to 79.000.: Last year Johns stated that another' Whitten. Mrs. Johnnie Fly-It Service school here. Lacy i : t'' '

Y ropalr replace parts. In- Dyal was a member Troop same place same time.T. each county received $98.000 from. large bush had been stolen from I Green and Hrs Anna Laura Morgan. Conway was their flight hut rue- i ,

paint' all type of metal I Presbyterian Church and a veteran night- .. B. Harding. Jr., Scribe., the tracks. 'I the Torreulla lot next. to hi*. tor.

Venetian blind! of World War II. ,

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Iij Colonel, The Bradfordr ShadeWith BRADFORD i\ I


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legislators who left last gray bark, and sturdy branches.

nd for the hectic halls of The redbud is In bloom, too, as

see, have been keeping an are peach wild plum and pear
a the ground In the past few trees.Now's Official County Publication Established In 1S77 r

by attending meetings of the time of year when

? groups find taking careful birds' hours begin stirring In the wee' VOLUMN SIXTY-NINE errAKKE. Mti iI ,,--FK1DAY.-APRIL II, 1041---:& -- .NUl\ID.a-TWENTY FIVE t
sma the
opinions expressed : mocker, the wren,
of any _._ ,. .
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local mat- and the little
con on state or anonymous warblers
might be expected, they heard with their first sleepy, experimental

As the issues.groups differing widelye mounts to chirps a full-throated; bird music melodyas that City Engages Ministers Protest Sale Of Whiskey t

instance the County Teach- the sun rises. These are good

A48ociatlon una nlmously hours .In the spring-as the east 1 Expert To Draw

I a resolution favoring a ern sky changes from, Its early Held' By Sheriff Here Board Yields
tax (if necessary, and If pale tints 'to pink, and then a I ;
over entirely to the glowing rose. Plan For Park
later our Please forgive the old Colonel -
A few days
"
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Sent To With-
F. attended a meeting of for my efforts in the l line I of I Telegrams Legislators

tore idford Farm Bureau where '"rhapsody" as I attempt here a Starke's proposed r e r reatlon Taxpayers \Will Be 'Hit' If LiquorIs drawing Sponsorship Of

te was unanimously opposed small tribute to that time of year park moved one step nearer to I
ItS taxi! which I'm sure Is the best of all. realization 'rue (\\IV night when Special Act t

I ask you, what Is a poortor I'm not one to oppose the Indulg- the City Council, In special session Poured In Gutter Assessor SaysA

to do in a case like ence of those who would lay abed agreed to employ Alan BBurrttt Proposed special legislation designed to give the Board I

I (whenever possible) until 10 a. m. specialist In recreationareas contrasting viewpoint In theCounty's of County Commissioners authority to dispose of confiscated
CS. Do it myself, upon occasion. But and facilities and associate confiscated Issue this next
liquor year and year. bonded whiskey "through charitable institutions or a ale ,
> erratic weather of the now and again I'm up and around of the National Recreational Asso was. expressed yesterday by Tax I I "I do not agree with Monday'sdelegation thereof to licensed dealers outside the County of Bradford"drew I I
inter (the most unusual inI fairly early and find it makes a elation New York to draw up as to the moral Issue
quick and effective fire from of local min-
Assessor E. W. Hayes. Looking a group
) has man feel good to b, alive (even plans and specifications for the
I Colonel's memory involved. Even if this whiskey is
at the matter in terms of dollars isters who appeared before the Board Monday petitioning '
ed the farmer's schedulehat though half asleep) to be up at four-acre tract recently purchased I sold to dealers In wet counties It
but spring Is finally are dawn In springtime; to hear the by the city for development.The and cents-and' In1;the cold lightof would not mean that there wouldbe the Commissioners "not to sell or give away liquor" in ita I I

bit late, but definitelyt unrestrained chorusing of our Council's action followedan budgetary needs and taxation I any more whiskey available to possession now or in the future 'I
birds to watch the shaftsof advisory session with Ralph After hearing the delegation out the Board dispatched
last. The dogwood, mye ; moving Assessor Hayes said "For the those who would buy It than la I
tree, has for several sunlight fall upon our flowers B. Van Fleet Georgia-Florida county to reject an opportunity to I now on the market. There Is no telegrams to State Senator Charley E. Johns and Represen-:

festooned the hardwood and trees. representative of the NR.A., who sell this) whiskey-either to. shortage of bonded whiskey. ]I native N. D. Wainwright Jr., I
eke with its lovely sprays March and April according to a was in Starke Tuesday for a preliminary tutions or dealers- like .1D.ltl.1 personally feel that if the County stating that the Commission' 't t

-'le'! flowers. This Is nature's tourist friend I talked ,with yesterday Inspection of present $7,000 Into the gutter I turns the liquor over to the County 'Drvs' Call era desired to withdraw sponsorship :.
Springtime attraction In find Florida at its best. recreational facilities and the site Ing the people to make up the State B eve rage Commission from the controver

i forests, to my notion-ah In which opinion the old Colonel of the proposed development. difference. The county has the (which will sell it) or dumps the legislation.: .
I I
little tree, with trim heartily concurs. Mr. Van Fleet, whose advisory Increasing problem of Indigents- bottles In the sewer It Is passingup Mass MeetingA i
action
Monday's by the
I services are furnished free by the needy persons who require medical an opportunity to provide \
I NR.A. to Interested communities aid or_ hospltallz&tion and who I I funds that can only be offset by Board left Sheriff A. O. Andrea
I his find for "Information Inspiration right where he has been for
enthusiastic
[ Believed Used To Transport wag over apply to the commissioners, for Increased taxation rally
a, 'ings here. "You have more good assistance. The Board Is now I I During the afternoon session of and organization intomilitant a the past several years-In pos
session or from" 125"to ISO
facilities and potential facilities making arrangements. whereby it the Commissioners, Hayes appeared body which Intends i to casesof
Abandoned Here than any town I ever saw," he a'onemUl tax to take I I before the Board members And "rcl!" liquor, with an estimated
dared Waitress can levy see that Bradford Is
told the Councilmen and membersof ) County dry" value of around $7,000 which he
care of Indigents which will go expressed his views on the lasuo.
the Recreational Project '=:om- ) has been announced for next Tuesday can neither destroy give away,
into effect with the 1947 tax roll. Theproposed legislation was
livery of a bloo4-'ltalned' not : mlttee who attended the Joint If the county could sell this whis- also approved at the March 28 at 8 pm. by the 'Bradford nor sell.\ J.
tiij'le.)' believed to have been had been seen since. 1 meeting. He also praised the key, and if the funds were used meeting of the Bradford Farm County Drys" In discussing the popular belief :

o transport the body of aed The missing woman's brother- foresight of the City Council Ir for ,the care of Indigents, the one- Bureau which gave blanket approval Organized lust Monday.morning that the confiscated whiskey
in-law. Turner Cooper, Rt. 3, Box the on Pratt can be "dumped" following Issuance ,
woman from the scene purchasing property mill tax increase would not be required to all Ihree special acts Immediately after the appearance
(crime in Tampa was made 866 Tampa (5)) came to Starke and Broad Streets which he described for two years. The $7.000 proposed by the county for legislative of a ministerial and laymen's delegation of a court order Circuit t
last and towed the car
Saturday "Ideal" for develop Judge A Z. Adkins stated

Lt week by the State Hlgh- He' returnedto as would take care of our Indigents action.Dupre before the County Commissioners yesterday
back to that city.
ment. that he has no authority
atrol the new has:
Starke Wednesday, continuinga group under the existing law to Issue
discussion
Tear '35 sedan, was Preceding Mr. Van Fleet's e announced Itself as an affiliate\ of'
a Dodge- woman's
search tot the missing
such because
an order convictions
nrkeil. on the shoulder of body which has not yet been Mrs. T. H. Osborne, Florida PlasticsIn Elected the United Florida Dry., Incorporated
Project were never obtained by the countyIn
Recreational
of the
200 north of Starkee chairman a union of dry forces of
hy found. He requested that residents i any of the liquor cases Involv
Wateroak Creek bridge. I of the Wateroak Creek Committee presented tothe, the state with headquarters iiJacksonville ed. "Parties from whom the I
morning. A son of I Council recommendations of the Head of I
[Sunday
neighborhood be on the lookout follows: ProductionFlorida RotaryJ. liquor was taken were In every
):chard Oriffia near whosethe and notify him at once In the group as Tuesday evening's rally will beheld Instance released under bond,
( car was abandoned, I 1. The employment of a special. at the Courthouse. Wilbur,
body Is found In the vIcinity was later forfeited, and I
pat he saw,the driver leave where the car was abandoned. It ist to draw plans for the recreation Plastics swung Into production H. Dupre, manager of UiBland'ng Scott has been named chairman have no authority to Issue an

Mole (put out. of' running is possible, however, that It might area. Monday upon receipt of District Florida Power of the organization with the Rev. ''I order for destroying the whiskey I'I'which
im by a flat tire) about 7, have been disposed of anywhere 2. The employment of trained the first shipments of plastic ma I I & Light Co., was elected president W. J. Churchwell as vice-chair under those circumstances;. Judge
He did not notice what between here and Tampa; leadership in order that maximumuse tennis from Rohn A Haas, of Phil of the Starka Rotary Club In man, Lucian Conner was appoln- Adklns stated Such procedure I

cd to the man'after' that: Mr Cooper Is convinced that be made of facilities to be in adelphia. The Immediate payroll the annual election ,of officers te4 secretary-treasurer, would require a special ,v legislative

[ residents of.that. settlement his sister-in-law was murdered be- stalled. I approximated S\( 'persons, the held at the regular luncheon' meetIng Chalrmaoj,Scott announced that cwt Jt' added,i" I I I Ii)
(.1 I to otflcerakthatJDR: "-AUtS1with tavue'aflblftaUma. tall several 3. The construction.* the' following number to be IriCf&aaed to the' here Wednesdays"" 'S..0. Den the rally'will wrrvarkm, putt* -.A M Wy.morning1.' SpffltSdr'' ,

blood .rfrtamn-inUheliad strands of''gray 'hal1"' that 'Were ."minimum''requirements' eventual quota of more than 300 mark was electro vice president, ers, Including,Sheriff! A. O. And Board session- following Introductory I

been abandone along caught in the trunk of the'car, he 'In facilities: 2 concrete tennis as further deliveries of the required ;I and the following officers wetreelected reu, who It was stated will "pre remarks by the Rev. W. E.
l: Junlus M. Smith, secretary ,
hway. The vehicle, whose said. He also. stated that the courts, ,8 concrete shuffleboard materials are received.In sent Information amplifying his Hall Wilbur- A.- Scott chairman
C. H. trees
Nasworthy
e were also found to be man who was driving the cars courts 1 concrete skating area, the !nurlle of reorganizationlast I urer! ;E. T Shull, sergeant at remarks made before. the County of the Bradford County Drys" ,
out, was towed top local known because of identifying poe- 1 t playground with adequate equipment week, Mrs. Marlon Faulk be ; I Commissioners Monday to the read. the petition opposing sale or '
j Wednesday. f I I. sesaions ha. left in the abandon. for small children.In came president, replacing Charles arms. effect that the county receives donation of the confiscated\ whis t I
|)borough County officials ed vehicle. The name of the suspect speaking to the group Mr. L. Henderson. C. W. Faulk will The following were elected to more revenue through fines and key The Rev. W J, Churchwell

"tlfled, and the dlscoverylcar I I was not disclosed, however, Van Fleet stressed the necessity serve as vicepresident.First serve on the new Board of Di forfeitures as a dry county than the ,Rev Mr Hall, and J. T.
I rectors: J. H. Dupre, Lucian Conner
here was linked with I and he has not yet been caught of trained leadership. "There Is on the production scheduleof S. O. Denmark Joe K. Wit: could bit" antlclputud/ as a wet Quigley spoke briefly In supportof

ppearance In Tampa Sunpht I Deputy Sheriff Melvin M Kinney no need to spend money on an the plant are display cases Ion, B. L. Matthews T. K. Me-! county the petition The Rev L. D. I
of Mollle Sanders, 54ll stated yesterday that laboratory elaborate layout of facilities and ordered by E. R. Squibb & Sons, Clane Jr, J. M. Smith and A. J. Various officers of the stato Maine thanked the Commissioners t
I night club waitress. tests are now being made to then fall to provide someone to chemical manufacturers and druggist Thomas. The outgoing president, organization will be present Scott for their ready. response In I
}ties there stated that sheer determine definitely if the stains direct activities," he stated. "The suppliers, and the Goody J. C. Hoover automatically be said In a Joint statement by the withdrawing sponsorship of the

place of employment found In the trunk of the car finest facilities in the world will Headache Powder Manufacturers comes the ninth member of the newly elected officials of the county I bill. I
I after midnight Sunday and were caused by. human blood. not be used unless there is someone .- The company expects immediate Board. group It was assorted that the,
create a of celllous acetate of the Bradford Is
to organize teams delivery The new officers will "take purpose Drys '.Strawberry Buyers I
competition between Christmas bells from a Massachusetts "to present\ a united front against
ObservedBy spirit of over" at the beginning; of the Rotary : i
Day Back
I Army
Lions Discuss he Expected
groups, and plan programs concern. Upon filling July 1. the encroachments of the liquor ,
Bank Here Local GuardsmenArmy added. the order, the local factory will year traffic, and to push forward every Early Next Week :
recreational advisor also have furnished plastic adhesion effort to make Bradford County

i.moat 100 percent turnout 1 Day, Monday April 7,, stressed The the Importance of cooperation coaling to some 3,600,000 bells- J. D. Odom InstalledAs truly a dry county. This organization I Sudden sun, almost of mld-Au-

membership of Starke's :was observed in Starke with Open I between the city and a job planned for completion within '. Shrine Club Head will present to the cltlzi-ns guest Intensity" weakened strawberry I ,t :
that It four months. of Bradford County facts and figures here this week .
Jin's Club was accorded the House at, the Armory, sponsored the school and stated quality but I
|ttlon's second meeting i would be needless expense to Shipments of the plastic materials Installation of new officers of concerning revenue to the hastened the ripening of the fruit
unit.
by the local National Guard be In variegated colors, are Shrine Club was madeat county from legal and Illegal liquor
evening at Avery Inn. facilities\ that could the Starke At last on the verge of a late-
coup now has 27 members, I I As a highlight of the program duplicate used Jointly.He now arriving by express dally, In the meeting of the local Shrln- traffic and will give IU sup- KflHHon comeback, the crop ..Ive.evidence .

,e addition last week of two entertaining Instructive that Mr. Burritt will the: form of sheets, rods and tubes. ers Thursday evening of last week port to those officials of the county now of being of sufficient -
stated
I Red) Buford. films :"The Battle of Russia," and the latter part of The company's employees are at the Woman's Club. During the : who seek to enforce the liquor volume by the first of next
"A Plan for Peace," were shown arrive here data for the necessary under the supervision of Technical ceremony J. D. Odom was Installed aws." week to bring back buyers who
I'g the meeting Frank to visitors. The latter was a new April to obtain Engineer B. H. Hankln. as president, N. N. Prevatt as I The officials urged a large turnout were stalemated by freezes late
|n made a talk'on the es- government film not yet releasedfor plans. vice-president and E. W. Hayes Tuesday of "men and women, In January,

,carted of Forest support Conservation.of the general public showing, explaining I Fund Total VFW Post Planning as SecretaryTreasurer.The : roung or old, who are Interestedn Market Manager R. D, Alvarez I I
the proposed new program Red Cross occasion was distinguished the moral welfare of our com- stated that 55 crater were sold

I"irth measures Florida's required pine to pre-and of universal military\ train :Stands At 200.98' Increased ActivityA by the annual visit of W Fred munity." Monday at an average of $8.BO.

d I forests was expressed ing. Special permission was obtained more active program for the Cobb Illustrious Potentate of the Ministers and laymen who announced 102: crates Tuesday at $7 averaae.f :
R. O. Kldd, com in the County'sRed of Jacksonville and BO crate. f
at'
A Monteith I by Capt. Solicitations Veterans of Foreign Wars was, indicated Morocco Temple, the new organization Wednesday $0.
president. : mander of the local ,Guard unit, Cross Drive fund reached the of I in the organization's meeting accompanied by members of the Monday, appeared as a delegation 75. Including the 23 sold through '

hers discussed contributionI'd for the showing here. reasonable presentable figure : of Thursday 'night Newly Divan and their ladles.Approximately ,before the County Commlsulonars the market lat week, totals for
bank to the Shadycrest Amng the Interesting exhibits Uloo.96 thla week-althOugh thisamount officers of the group will BO Btarke and 'Monday, opposing a suggestion the past seven days were estimated
elected
Pi I. Further action on the of far short of the chapter's of confiscated at 232 crates, bringing In
and equipment was next week. Jacksonville Shrlners were present that the County dispose
were weapons announced
be
I"ill be made at next Mon- Chairman I
eating, the latest type. a large exhibitof quota of $4,000 that there The local post, although established at the meeting, bonded liquor by sale to $1.604.
enemy weapons from the European D. A. Monteith said expectation here a year ago has madeno The Shrine Club will sponsor Institutions or dealers Mr.: Alvarez stated that 12 cars ;
Baker, chairman of the and Pacific theatres, and remains among workers every askedwill effort to Increase membership I entertainment by the Morocco Chairman Scott announced yesterday rolled from Louisiana Tuesday" ,

Dinner committee outllnligements photographs made overseas by that the amount drive or hold regular meetings, prior Temple's Minstrels, Saturday that the following men and volume there will reach Its .
for the event, at Guardsmen who are veterans of be received before the to the effort this week of L M. May S. Jacksonville talent will have agreed to serve as directors near-peek next week unless* unfor- I 4

ground 150 guests will be World War ni. la closed. Drake, chairman of the membership be starred In the show, featuring of the organization: M. O. Harrell, seen weather conditions Interfere. '
|ned or April 28. Rep- Funds collected at Hampton by drive, to put the organization Paul Tanner, leading concert I Chairman Board of County Commissioners The flood of berries from Louisiana ,'

pive members of Lion's EDWARD DY AI. DIES R. B. Jennings were this week reported on active status. tenor, and Henry Cornely's or-| Brooker; W. S. SlbIcy. might adversely affect price

1'iroughout northeast Flor1 OF ACCIDENT INJURIES at $32,93.Solicitations Those wh wish to belong to ,he.tra. W. Haydon Burns will Theressa; L. H. Hill Lawtcy; here. '
attend. the Business" Walter A- and H. H. Lewis Pine Level. The market manager pleaded a
28, son of Mrs. in the VFW are required to have an be the Interlocutor ] : I' "e
D. Dyal.
Edward Instantly E. L. Mat hews total- honorable discharge from one I ,lair Is musical director W. with ,growers to keep their, pack '
by
olson's Office Vida Dyal of Starke automobile was In led dlatrlct U 70. Collections from northwest branch of the Armed: Forces, and j:raster Jr., Is Minstrel W'I School Principals as good a. possible In view of I t I
when an
killed
by Mrs D. A. Monteith. must have se-vel overseas. I I and John R. Van Amum II Ad- the poor. quality of the presentcrop. t '
d stalled on a Starke
Until August which he was riding I Named Board .'
track and was hit by a now total $108.29. Last night's meeting was held ,i\nor.\ I By Some offerings here this is t '

|LmueI Colson, local denV train.railroad The accident occurred on Red Cross collections In the In the hall of the American IPresent I II The minstrel will be staged for Election of principals for two ofredford's week$1 were 20 a so crate bad, that Mr.\. they Alvaretitate'l soldfor i :, ,
C. of the Legion. he benefit of the Shrlners' crippled -
N. part i
Charlotte Integral schools and
been given "doctor's, March 28 near schools an members of thy post approvalof adding that such Incidents
I to take a rest and will be.'. where Dyal had been employed all-out drive for Red conducted Cross funds.by are: A. L. Crosby S. O. Denmark,) I now children's be purchased hospitals from Tickets mera- the list of teachers for the havo a tendency to "break the :1..:4 4market
two years aa foremanIn now being 'I nay cooker Junior High School was "
his for the past are down. :1 .
office | Thomas Lucien ,
A. J.
around Au-
until Drake Starke Shrlners.
L. M. 1>ers of the
Law. announced this week the ,
a pipe factory.In Blanchard by Th market manager hall had '
It was announced this William H. (mill/ Gra- }
Conner
Dr' addition to his mother, he Is I I County School Board, following Inquiries from buyers concerning i I
Colson will spend sew Ed Silvernall Dill RhO IU In the Shadycrest Hoe, survived by his wife, Mrs. Kath Boy Scout News ham.Lavon Andrews Capta'n Richard', 'Azaleas Stolen Its April meeting Monday Tennessee flat beans, and anyone ,fi I'J; i
Dyal, one daughter, Harmon Morgan was reelected who has planted or l I" Interested
tcr leen Cochrane Earnest: I
which he will be ate Starke'aTrop a.I Kldd. AI Krltemey I From CemeteryCity
sisters :Mrs Boy Scout of of the Brooker school. In this Is asked to
P here. r'r Betty Sue, and five Sixteen at the Phillips and Clifford Uxtr. principal I planting crop i r j
C. C. Montgomery RussellvlUe.AU. 70 were present Clerk Carl Johns Is of-1 and Mrs. Ola Perkins was named contact him. '
Woodrow Surrency meeting Monday night at 7:3O I for Information Hampton principal. Both appointments f r rH I I '
I ., and Mrs. ring $100 reward
Blinds LegIon Track Funds
Mrs. irma Pollard, Miss Edna o'clock held at the American Race :leading to the arrest and convlc- will be In effect with Pilots Licensed '

aatsett proprietor of Gas' Dyal. and Miss Helen Dyal, all of Hall. The youths Morse formed Code Into Bradford/ along with Florida's 't lon of the person or persons who' the beginning of next term. 'I"'I"I" d I

Exchange: Store on Call' Starke. two groups to study requirements M other counties, this week reJ'ole a Urge azalea bush from the i, The teachers approved for Private pilot's licenses were Is- { I ,

|announced this week that) Funeral services were held In. and advancement of Scoutmaster eelved an additional $29,000 from Tohna lot In Crosby Lake Cemeery. Brooker High, for next year, are. red during the past week to t i
f* haa Instituted a Venetian Charlotte on March 30 and Interment under the leadership and Scout Com- itate race track tax receipts r' The theft was discovered Mrs. Cleo Andrews, Mr. Pear. Colon M. Thomas and Noah O. ""f l t

pair enables tery. roltteeman T. the to $79.000. Last year Mr. Johns stated that another Loco, Whltten Mr. Johnnie Sly-It Service school here. Lacy ,
Mondaynight year
the store toY '
repair o'yal was a member of the Troop will meet again ttme.T. each county received $98.000 from I I Ithe arge bush had been stolen from 3r...n and Mrs. Anna Laura Mor.aaD. Conway was their night ln tNC- (
replace same
Ir etail' types parts of Ln.1) Presbyterian Church and a veteran -, same.. B. Harding.place Jr.. Scribe. tracks. LI i l t he Torreulla lot nut to his. tor.ttin' ?
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l The . . . Atlanta Georgia, are visiting Mr. and two children of Gainesville services and, egg hunt at Deedan I and Mr. W W Patter
' and Mrs. W. O. Stringfellow. spent Easter with Mr. and Mrs.S. .I church. chobee. and also or<

Bradford County Telegraph State Farm. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Geiger of M. Mott. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeywere Bardin of Canal i'n, M J
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I, lly Mrs. Bryan Whltfleld I Jacksonville spent Easter Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Resale Colson and shopping In Gainesville Mon. visiting her slate Mrs \rb
G'I OWNKH-EDITOR . . . with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. small children of Starke were day afternoon. JII11
E. L. MATTHEWS.
ESTABLISHED 1877 guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Col- Francis Russ of
M Mr. and Mrs. CARD
IH! Mrs. Emma Rivers of Auburn- OF THANKSWe
and Entenxl tut Second EASTER EGG HUNTS son Sunday.Mrs. Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
4
II PuhliMhrd Every Friday dale has been the guest of her wish to thank
Claw Matter I at the P.mt Office at Starke FlaI In keeping with the season, daughters, Mrs. C. D. Sellers and Roy Green waa the guestof Vance Russ Sunday. the kindness eyeryOIit
her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. an+l ,
Easter hunts the and childrenand
highlighted Green
egg Leslie
t Mrs. P. S. Crews, and their families Mrs.
I' social notes this week; since last Tuesday. Duringher G. E. McGauley In Palatka Sun Mrs. John Cone were guests tended us during the pine
1947 death of
our
MEMBERSubscription
father
Mrs. W. H. Williams honoredher stay Mrs. Rivers has made day. of Mrs. Bill Plummer in Starke and
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crews, father. John W W
clans the primary girls of the brief visits to other relatives in Saturday afternoon.Mrs. fltten04
93 Annually 91.10 For Six Month of Jacksonville were here Monday i for the beautiful flower tnt.1
Ralford BaptUt Sunday school, this section o* the state. visiting Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Bar R. B. Raulerson of Paho- -M. L. Watterson
with an Easter party at her home Mr. and Mrs M. F. Coker, Sr., They were accompanied home kee, is spending this week with ana h
Saturday afternoon. In the egg of Santa Fe Lake w?re overnight ry. her mother Mrs. H. P. Galney. For
: their daughter Margieaue, who stamp pails" < !, ,
CONSIDER TilE TEACHER by tw,
hunt appropriate prizes were a.wa.rded guests of Mr. and MI'!!. J. M. II accompanied here by Ink, rubber
several here with She was stamps dwe- J
ntwi; The recent teachers' strike in Buffalo dramatized a sit. to Sue Johnson finder of Bradley Monday. had relatives.spent days Mrs. Tom Strickland of Pahokee, berera see The TELECBAfjI : ,
uation which is nation-wide in scope. Since 1940, accordingto the golden egg and to Willa Jean .
Easter of Mr. and Mrs.J. of
guests Mr, and Mrs. Robert C. Long
the United Stales News the annual earnings of Findley who found the greatest
average
O. Randall, Sr., were Mr. and Columbus, Ga., were visiting his
factory workers have risen: from $1,314 to 2440. In the number of eggs. Refreshments, I:Mrs. J. O. Randall Jr., and family parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long I
same period on the other hand the average annual income consisting of cookies and punch. and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fish last week. Il
of teachers has risen from $1,441 to only 2133. And this I were served at &.110 attractive outdoor I and family of Jacksonville.Brooker. !, Mrs. R. P. Lewis is visiting her 1 I
y r wage, it must be remembered, includes large cities where table arrangement. Others son-ln-Uw and daughter. Mr. and
present were Lucille Young, Oer- 4 . . -
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well. In rural sections Baldwin,
teachers relatively Home at
I + are paid Mrs. Grady Baxter
aldlne, Luclle, Hilda Conner Alva,
; .,''I teachers of one-room schools get as little as $800 a year. Jewel and Treadwell Dobbs, Nancyand this week. I
Almost everywhere, teachers receive less than garbage col. Barbara Bates. Carolyn: Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart were SmECIALSAPP'S :

lectors janitors and other city employes who work at menial Crews and Sandra Williams. Mrs. By Mrs. T. W. MarkeyCHURCH were In Gainesville .Tue day. I MSSWSSHHIHHMSHMSBSSSS* I
tasks requiring little education. .. Wllllama was assisted in caringfor Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch, of
; e .j Lawtey, spent Sunday here with '
Furthermore\ teachers must live up to their position in her young guests by her I. EGO HUNT I relatives and also attended the STARLINGS'
the community, which means that they must have homes in daughter. Betty, and Irma Jean Those attending the Easter service ,
good residential areas dress well contribute to charity etc. Godwin, Carolyn Bradley and at Missionary Baptist church *

Many teachers have been forced to take night jobs to make Helen Whitfield. here Sunday enjoyed a wonderful

,'k''' ,, both ends meet-which inevitably involves a decline in their Mrs. Leslie Crews and Mrs. sermon and service rendered by II.C STORE E GROCERY
jl5 efficiency as instructors. In one widely-publicized case a Alma Hunt entertained their two pastor C. A. Crosby. pWTARKE
I'K male teacher worked at night as a bartender in a taverna classes of junior girls of the Rat- After the lunch hour, the Super- FL-:. 600 E. 10th St. Last Store E. Call;
job which paid him twice as much as his teaching salary. ford Sunday school at an Easter intendent and teachers of the Sun-
school an Banter FRIDAY SATURDAY APRIL 11-12
sponsored -
,, 't I The long-range effects of this problem are grave. Attendance egg hunt Sunday afternoon on the day hunt. Lemonade and pickleswere Sun. Mon. Tues. -
I in teachers' colleges]] has fallen off heavily at a spacious lawn of the home of Mr. egg served with the eggs. Apr. 13 1IS
+,,4 .,,1 R time when attendance in all other institutions of higher and Mrs. Arthur Crews. Iris Seifers Chocolate "33"Bleach
learning is zooming. This means that,there will be fewer I Sapp received a prize for finding Mr. and Mrs. I.. O. Ilazen of
i qualified teachers in the future. It is estimated'that some I the golden egg and Marlon Hunt Starke were visiting relatives here "Smoky"Fr '
the -
for greatest
i received one finding attended
Sunday and while here
thing like 350,000 teachers have completely abandoned the Syrup
number Both awards
eggs. services at New church. Anne BaxterIn
Hope << MacMurray
I profession in favor of higher paying jobs in government and
'emphasized the seasonal motif. In Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sapp and Technicolor
,i. 1 business. Throughout the country, school boards have been addition to the eggs, the hostesses children of Jacksonville spent Eas-
forced to give temporary' certificates to teachers with substandard served a dessert course to the 15 ter here with Mrs. Nora Sapp and Also March of Time & News 3 20-Oz. Cans 2 for 25c

Jh qualifications because good teachers were not class members present. with Mr. and Mrs,. J. W. Kelley.
available and so youngsters get a poorer grade of education. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglas Wed. Thurs. Apr. 16 17 25c .. .
Lastly, it has been necessary to greatly increase the size of Mrs. C. D. Sellers gave an Easter made a business trip to Jacksonville DOUBLE FEATLKK"Vacation
+ classes. Classrooms of-75 or more children are common in egg hunt at her home Sunday Saturday. ru .. VI 16 Oz. Real Good
afternoon in honor of her,daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tillgham
cities now-and educational experts say that 35 is the
Davs"Freddie
Patricia Willard. Guests included -
maximum number of teacher handle with desirable COFFEE SHOPCoffee
t pupil: a cap Helen, Vivian and Brenda -" Salad Dressi
results. Joyce Edwards of Jacksonville, Stewart June Prelitser
Practically everyone admits that the justice of the Marian Ward of Starke, Margaretand Jerry "'ald & Ills. Orchestra
teachers' demand for better pay is unassailable-but the Raymond Walker and Johnny exvCOMi
h i solution is not an easy one. Cities and counties have plenty Ralph Ursery. After the exciting And 2 for 37c

ilk, of budget troubles of their own, and if they raise the pay of finding of the eggs, punch and Lb. 39c
J "+ one group of employes other groups will) certainly demand cookies were served. Mrs. Sellers "Dick Tracy"Morgan

I 3 ,j. raises too. States are helpjng out-but the states, like all was assisted In hospitalities S. Aw0 fFlMlsoMEriMS .. .., .. OldFashionedCheese
Emma Mra. P.
Mrs. Rivers
by
Ji other units of government, are hard put to make both ends Crews and Mrs. Ernie Yarbrough.Mr. EVEN Con way, Anne Jeffreys
meet. Many of them are raising taxes and adopting new TyEMOSIFAST0OUS Jane Qreer 5GallomKOil

'3+ taxes just to pay present running costs. Federal aid has and Mrs. Jack Freeman are

;. been.proposed-but it doesn't seem practical at a time when now living In the house formerly Fri. Sat. Apr. 18 19
1 < Congress is supposed to be cutting costs all along the line. occupied by Dr. and Mrs. R. P. DOUBLE FEATURE
I Stubbins.I .
partial solution has been found in cost-of-living 353HILL'S
I Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Pound 57c
t. r'A' to teachers., A number of states and cities have done ,Strlngfellow' of last week were "Ginger"Frank 69c
; t this as ,an immediate emergency measure. But teas hers' MI'!!. Mae Dickens and Mrs. J.
ap spokesmen point;'out that it is a very small part of the M. Brownlee of Starke and the Albertson! Barbara Recd I .. '" .
answer to the problem. It gives them no assurance of adequate latter's guests, Mrs. Earl John- COFFEE SHOP And In. Beautiful Chuck
l ,::r-Tex .Rltter. .
y earnings'.1! :' 'They,want a guaranteed minimum wage- son and her.r...n'Hott.'of' .: Metter, 151 WEST CALL ST. Regular
1 ranging! from, $2,000 to $2,500. depending upon locality-- I Ga. STARKE. FLA.tSSSrSStSSSSrssrsrs. "Arizona Day RoastEach
'' with specific raises for educational attainments, responsibilities Easter visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bread
,. tenure of service, etc. .J. C. Wallace were Mrs. Isabel
The United States News says that unrest is bringing the Edwards,.Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bry-

union issue into the educational picture. .In the past, both ant, John Mynlhan, Mr. and Mrs. Driven Pound 39cHunt's
R. A. Wells and Misses Mary 1OOQ Miles ? 12c
'1 the AFL and the CIO have tried to organize educators but ,
a with small success. If teachers feel that they will continueto Well and Joan and Nancy Mynl ,
? han, all of Jacksonville r r
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bo subjected 'to economic injustice, they may be more re- Mr. and Mrs. John Turney Mr. Pure-Sure LubricationWainwright's
v ceptive to the blandishments of labor organizers. And that and' Mrs. Charles Turney and lit 10 Lbs. Good TomatoPotatoes
A would produce potentialities. Domination of teachers 1
I grave tle Misses Mary Carol, Joanna
' l j by any organization is certainly not In accord with our and Margaret Turney, of Jackson- Sauce
,, educational traditions. ville, spent Easter Sunday with
What is true of teachers is true of all people living on ,Mr. and Mrs. C..M. Turney.
,,1 fixed incomes who have no means of counteracting higher During the Easter holidays Mr. PURE OIL SERVICE STATION
i living costs through higher earnings. These people are and Mrs. W. E. Feagle had as 39c Each 5c
Avenue
Temple and Pratt Street
their guests Mrs. C. F. Edwards,
caught in a tremendous squeeze and there seems to be no
f adequate relief in sight. The problems of the hard-pressed} Robert B. Edwards and Mr. and
Mrs H. W. Perry, of Hilllard and
teachers will doubtless come in for their full share of atten- Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Edwards and
tion at the approaching legislative session and all who real their three daughters of Jack-
,i ize the serious threat to schools this is involved in the issue I I sonville. .
should use thei .influence to help promote some measure of En route from their home In
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iI and eon Johnny, spent the past
R. B. Alvarez & ,Son weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Bouvier. Additional Sunday guestsof 1/
Mr. and Mrs. Bouvier were Mr. Refresh h
and Mrs. Cecil McRae and their
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Bette Davis Monday Set in April 1928 the 13-14. Fred MacMurray next December in the annual were accompanied home by Miss' IN "UU"t 1'1' IOIHI.- it n ti>vottiI : I
film includes a I election. Ada '01 VII' .'1.011111I'll Ill \>.
|i Edwards who will
Booked Bclntilatlng Charleston Starred In "Smoky"At 1 spend several ( .ac,. Tailor-Made
Theatre number The appointment of Larrimore days with them In Jacksonville Harry T Johimon Plaintiff, vl ..
lorida which was the dance craze then. Park Sunday was made last month by Mayor .iiura Jenn Johnson I>ef.ntl4ni, I SEAT COVERS I

at least one style of, But 175 bobby-soxera( who performed I O. J. Phillips subject to approval The Rev. C. B. North Is spend- Cane No U01OltftlJK uF':"\.. Pt'Ai.1CATION I, f.t
r thai -w
f Opening
changed much the Charleston In "Margie" a week of brisk entertainment I- ing several days in Pterson this Ash NUTIl 1O AlTKAllHTVTH f.r
nai not at the Park Theatre will week with his brother, C. D. UK ri/OHlPA: 1.11111',1, '
offered In the film were agreed that there wasn't be the technicolor Jean' Johnson. wh", ,,' rrnldanre AnilniMrenn ,,
928 is much difference proluctlon."Smoky" ( Wall Jr., and O J. Anders were I|I North I In 1!, A. R l laiiN, 0', 2oth.CenturyFox'sarming between It ,and starring Fred MacMur present at Monday's meeting I Mr. and Mrs. L. H Futch attended father, ). ot..r"'D:f, UlniHHtune
technicolor com- present day jitterbuging. ray and Anne Baxter which opens Clerk L. H Hill Mayor Phillip. the annual Easter egg hunt Company., Kn"x\ltlo, Tmnu'NHuu. I r

Ema which Is the Florida Starting lovely Jeanne Grain Sunday for a three-clay run. Fea- and County Commissioner p D. at Dedan Church near Brooker April You 28 art 1447.r"'llIlr..1 In the to nlmve nppeiir nam.dl on ) r

feature of Sunday and the picture Is a Darryl F. Zanuck I tured on the bill with this exciting Reddish were also present. Sunday afternoon. peeks Court annulment.and <.11"..*, horoln Itinilford, plaintiff County I ,

presentation. Supporting roles are western will be the latest issue The only other business transacted Mr. and Mrs. Hal Edwards)( ofKingaUy Telegraph Moll' publish thin Orilir I

contributed by Lynn Bar I, Alan of the "March of Time". by the Council was the Lake attended, church In n..xto"r weakly Issues.Wilness I All Work Guaranteed
'inv hand and
official xenl
Young and newcomer Glenn Lan- Wednesday and Thursday the routine auditing and payment of services here' Easter Sunday at Htitrke, 101'101", thin Starch J7thRI. I
gan, who plays the male lead. Park will present a double feature bills. George F. Young was attending 1941. 1 WARD SEAT
sf/, ,The latest vehicle of the great program teaming "Vacation to business matters In Ft. Pierce (OF''f1'J'IAI. .) A, j. ThonuiB.
As Clerk
of until 1 Court COVER CO.
dramatic star, Bette Davis titled Days", a tuneful youthful pro LOCAL CUVRC1I IS HOST last week. Icy L.IKIIU. r unnor. 1 It C I
"Deception" is the Florida offerIng duction with "Dick Tracy", an The Lawtey Methodist Church Mr. and Mrs. G VV Roberts and heeler M 1111 rrlt'" II. 1"10111' Vnttonttl i\vs SERVICE: STATION
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for Tuesday through Thursday exciting detective yarn. young; people were hosts to the I Hon, George; spent Easter In Do- Fla. Bank lull IdIaa'. .1ackaunvIIisl. I Phone 10 Court &; Mudlaon Ste.c. .
l Garfield Evans League Union at !Land with her father, J H. Tatum. for I'lf
April -l1. The capable Another double feature will be I l Atty 3-SS 4t 4-18
: the Church !
Ine 4.-' quartet of Miss Davis Paul Hen- shown Friday and Monday nIght. The --- --- --- .. .,
Saturday. !|out of town Churches representedwere 11IIU'1'1'1'' "'"1'11'1'. nu IDFOIIII "' -- ---------r.-rr- --- (It"'
reid, Claude Raines and directorIrving "Ginger", the story of a dog, will) I COIN'I'\. Kl.Ottllltl 1-* tllf .\\.
Starke and Melrose. The ''-:I"'.
Let Us and
BALL Rapper combine their tale be shown together with the popular -I Coleman R. Cameron. Plaintiff Repaint HepairYour
THE next meeting will be in Waldo in "B.I
ents in this Warner Brothers' ,j Tex Ritter In "Arizona, Days". I Kilna Pearl, Cameron Defendant.
LING to HEALTH lease to achieve what critics have May. Cans No 0496.OUUI3H OF. Pt'm.irATlOV 0 E p1a Old lilcucle; I
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BOWLINGR .
BV termed an outstanding romantic BUILDING COUPLKTED: ANI NOTU-M! TO APPHAK:
drama. Based on a'play by Louis LAWTEfBy A handsome new modern service Pearl STATR. Cameron OF (<',whone.R1DA lust ti:known I ICdnii],, We'll Make It Like 1 New

Verneull "Deception" tells the station located four build- niBliloiue and addremi 1 In 311 liar- ,
\ ARE well Ave, IM Orange; .
ALLEYS highly dramatic of bus tleniiila | .\ 1 I II.SO'
story a woman The School ings south of the station on You: 'ore required to apiienr on or
WTII AS GLASS whose love for two, men almost . . . highway 200 here In Lawtey was before. .1 April Court lift.and 1047 CUUMM In ,the,wliMinln above I InuiiiiMl ( z'L: NEW & USED. UlCYCLES I
ruins the lives of all three As completed last week by C. R. plaintiff Hcpkll rllvorte I-indftird ; : FOR SALB '
Christine RadcllfTc Bette Davis PAUL WAYNE GIUFFIS Whitehead and leased to B. D. ('", tinty Telegraph shall .publish. this ? \
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next foure |Issues
la spotlighted as a young: pianist FUNERAL: HELD APRIL I Thomas. The station. Is handling lvitt.v .. niv hand and Kly nffrrlHl" I '
STARKE who prefers a life of glamor and Paul Wayne Grlffls three and Cities Service products and< la of pal March at Starke 1947, Florida this 10th BIGGS & BAKER I

ease with a great composer-con- one-half month old Infant son of modernly equipped to give com- IO..I'.JAI.T.. .> A. J Thomas. I
ductor. Mr. and Mrs Paul Criffis of Law. plete car and truck servicing An Clerk of milil Court IUd) W. CAM. ST. -fSTARKE.. FI.\. |I IM I
Produced ny Lucille f'. Conner, p. C. 6------___,_____._._.___.__, by Henry Blanke. ley, died at the home of his par John .1. liendorNun UHII. St. Augustine
ow ling Alley "Deception"' also boasts( original ents ,here Monday, March 31. EASTER EGG HUNT rin
Methodist
The Lawtey Church Atty. for Pit S-81 4t <-ltIN
music by Erich Wolfgang Korn- Pneumonia was the cause of t
Sunday School entertained its ciiirtir 5'iii'HI. Sims' ")I'Otllt a1e.I.lla r
gold. presented an an integral partof death. .
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Lie Ave. Starke, Fla. young people Friday of last week ('" 'I' .t..IUIt\1 I'5\ C'II.\a.
the film story under the musical Funeral services for the child < I'HVDuvlil .
with an egg hunt on the Lawtey H Orciv. Plnlntlrr. v". Wnrne
direction of Leo }o'. Forbstein -
were conducted from Long Branch Junior High School campus. The ( Jnn"way (Jray, Utitndiint Cane
Baptist Church Tuesday, April 1. No. 5T.03uitnrn. Ike woild's doily newlpoper- ,
/dnt!..n.ni;; ; many youngsters participating op pi'ni.ioTIOV
with the Rev. C. B North pastorof report a good time amP plenty of AND rvoTirn !TO APPBAH8PTK /;: THE CHRISTUM SCIENCE( MONITOR. Vou will find teun.If ears oft
the Lawtey Methodist Church tP J1'1.OHII'\> : Wnrftne belt-Informed' persons In community i on world' attain when '
From where eggs. Jitnov/ny Oruy, whose residence you read this world wide: orv'o newipaper feoulorly.. You will oarn.
sit'.iyJoe Marsh, officiating. Burial was In the IH: Tin ll..llmv n alreer Apartment treih, nw viewpointi' a fuller richer understanding of _,,'. vital.
family lot at Long Branch Cemetery -I H. C. Kelly Is a business visitor 10. Jackson, MIxHlnnlpliI. ntwi_PLUS help from iti eMefutive, feoturei on homemokfng duca.
You HIM ronulrert' to appear on lion bunnetf' iheotor music, radio sport,
and the Key-McCabe Funeral I to Nashville Tenn, this week. April 21, 1047, lit the above
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whrelnplnlntlff now to
Home of Jacksonville was In IIIIIHM
Billle Edwards
; Mr. and Mrs. .
And n<>.eki diver. .*. rtrndford fnii tpoctol "ourcquolntcd 1 The Chmt.cm Science Puhll.hlng SocUty PI.1 -'
y'ti r That Ain't Hay charge of the arrangements I and children of Jacksonville, were County Telegraph shall ptibllitli thin "ottvr On, Norway Striwt, Boston 13: Moen. USA.,
I| In addition to its parents, the I Miss Elizabeth Padgett of Jacksonville Order Wllni-xn In next. four weakly IHNU**. -1 month for, ) ..1 Enclotttd li fl'. for which pl.ai. rend m* The Chrfstiort
my hand and' urflulnlpeal 1 10 e. tund.l Monitor' (lor one month
-Or Is It? baby Is survived by a twin spent Easter with Miss nt Starke Florida this Marsh IClenc. i

r other, Paul Duwalne and a sister -!! Ira Smith. 80, 1147 Nom............................................
(Of'KlCIAI. PRAM A J. Thomas
I Janie Paulette. I I;guests of their parents Mr. and An <*l lrU of mild Court Str*. .........................................._
The family wishes to thank the Hv Lucille C. Conn'-r, l P. r
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who themin
tim: to time for the rood Ridge nine mites in aiL many friends Mrs. Will Edwards, Sunday They Jackunnvllle, Flu =
of 'Atty. for Plf I 1.31 4t 4-11 t
so many ways in their time .
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1'1' and the good old. Net very exciting might
you bereavement. I ._, .. ,
ned pleasures. Leastways" cay. But from where I sit It's not Y1 "' 1t i
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Richards dune a thriving excitement a r' fh
< that we need these \HSII\L! APPOINTED: t 'Af"1 f
es reviving the oid-tim lay*-but those simple country ; V CITY COINCIL ., see
pleasures !that are pert and parcel The Lawtey City Council during ;
'1 a team of horses and' a of Am"rfc.-the old-fa hlo"p/1 'I its regular meeting In the ; 9arJifl9's I '

straw nedctcd rack Buddy hayritle, with its song and jollity: council room at City Hall Mon- : 'is nr
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day night confirmed the appointment
1"e aa man) as thirty adults, the horseshoe !gurnet; the friendly "'
of L. L. Larrlmore form- I
|,ftj> cents) a head l plus of Deer; and the good companionship : e I .
erly of Georgia a* City Marshal
| cr three times a week they that they engender. at a salary of $123 per month. y r t I

[from J'OWIIlall, and go out Larrimore succeeds C. R. Crews, n,
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[the river; stop for friendly 8J who resigned last month. :
>1 beer at Shoreside Intern; The position of City Marshal Is :r ,
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I"t; i SOCIETY and CLUBS 1 Woman's Club Mrs.. Wiggins HostessTo Methodist Circles book Stewardship""Parables written from by Jesus Roswell on: served eec, assisted.refreshments by Mr: earns to .0.w. I

Hears DiscussionOf Business'Circle Met This Week C. Long. Mrs Titus Olson reviewed members and one visitor th.
the latter part of the Mrs. F F. StUmP PI'!
I 'American Home"Mrs. Mrs. OriiT Wiggins was hostessIn Mrs. J. W. KIncaid and Mrs.E. chapter. \\'a. I I11I'
Visitors Honored I: Junior Club
**. the church Monday L. Matthews were hostesses
: annex Mrs. W. L. Blair, president of Recent
R. A. 'Green, president of BirthsMr.
t At Luncheon Installs Officers the Woman's Club, presided at evening when she entertained Monday afternoon at the home of the WSCS presented Mrs. Church-
I members of the Business Women's the latter on Church and Eighth well with an Adult Life Member- and Mrs. Edward
r ''I, Mrs. C. A. Knight entertained Installation of new officers for I the afternoon regular at meeting 3:30: o'clock Wednesday in the; Circle of the Baptist Missionary Streets when they entertained ship pin of the WSCS. Mrs Starke boy (IOI'orge A >
Tuesday at one o'clock at a delightful the Junior Woman's Club took club building. The auditorium Society at the regular meeting.Mrs. members of Circle One of the Churchwell, in a very lovely man- March 27. Sttl*!

1'' I luncheon at the Avery place Thursday night, April 3, In was beautifully decorated with arrangements R. A. Green, president of Woman's Society of Christian ner, thanked the society for the Mr. and Mrs. Aaron j
ti Inn honoring two visitors, Mrs. R. Impressive ceremonies conductedby of larkspur, calendula the circle, presided over the busi- Service. honor. ford, Lawtey, by. March\ 29.P
ness meeting, and Mrs. E. L. The lower floor of the Mat- Mr and Mrs
'I 'r M. Lee of Greenwich, Conn., and the club sponsor, Mrs. Robert and stock. Biggs had charge of the program.Mrs. thews' home was decorated with Two school children will be furnished ling, Starke, WllamMERRY | It 0.
Kite. Corsages were presented Mrs. J. M. Smith, second vice lunches toe the remainderof girl (Sarah
of Shreveport JII1
:Mrs. Wm. Baggett Biggs told of the numbersof an assortment of Spring flowers March 31.
f 1' La. during the Installation to. the fol- president and chairman of the department Baptist MIoiltMarles in foreign for this meeting. the school year from the Cir-
lowlirg new officers: Miss Madge of health, announcedthat cle. Mrs. L. A. Davis donatingthe LOU
The guests were seated at a countries and gave brief sketches Mrs W. J. Churchwell openedthe \UX.\XDtR:
Whigham, president; Miss Lillian each school child would be money for one and the circle Mr.
of the work being carried on by meeting with prayer and Mrs. and Mrs Hal '
7 table Ateraads
beautifully appointed? cove Stump, vice president; Mra Ted given a thorough physical ex- J. B. Cottrell, leader, presided. for one. Jacksonville announce the
ered with a handsome lace cloth, Simmons, secretary; Mrs. Guy amlnatlon the latter part of April! them.Mrs.. 1.. D. Haines had chargeof Mrs. F. H. Long was elected as At the conclusion of the business of a daughter, Merry >Lou*:
and centered /with an arrangementof Sale, treasurer; Miss Garnlta Hut- and called for volunteers from the Devotional and concluded delegate to attend the Florida meeting the two hostesses, assisted March 17. Before her ,
corsages. The corsages, madeof to, corresponding secretary. Outgoing -i the club to assist the doctors at with a beautiful prayer. annual conference of WSCS to by Mrs. H. C. Ritch Mrs. Cot- Mrs. Alexander wa lI1s1, nom Mir
mixed Spring flowers were officers received appropriate -i that time in recording the find Following the business and pro- be held in Daytona Beach the latter trell, and Mrs Gilbert Newcomb, Hemingway of Starke
44 $ presented to the guests at the glfta. I ings. Mrs. Smith also gave a report gram the hostess served refreshments part of April. A love offerIng served refreshments to the 23
conclusion of the party. During the brief business session -i from the city recreational to the seventeen members was taken for the delegatesto members and four visitors pres- DAVID ANTIIOVV LAuON
r the club decided to undertake committee and stated that Ralph! ent. Visitors for the afternoonwere Mr. and Mrs
Marking the guests' places were I present. Mra. C. A. Knight, who take to the conference.Mrs. W. E LaWIO
the redecorating of the room in Van Fleet, national recreational celebrated her birthday anniver- Cottrell announced that : Mrs. Churchwell, Mrs.Blair, Starke, are announcing t the b
reif if the Woman's Club building formerly representative advised the local sary on this day, served slices of I next Monday Circle One would Mrs. A. C. Durden of Tampa, of a son, named David ,
Mrs. Knight presented Mrs. Lee occupied by the library. It committee to proceed with the a beautifully decorated cake. meet at the church at nine o'clock mother of Mrs> Kincaid, and Mrs.C. on April 2 in Alachua c"
and Mrs. Baggett with beautiful Is planned to convert thla into an present plans for making a rec- i to spend the day and clean up C. Tolbert of Camp Blanding. Hospital In Caines.ille Jinu
f linen handkerchiefs, gifts of remembrance attractive powder room. Plans reational city park. Followingthis Waldo Eastern Star I I the 'church. All members) are -- son is the former Mlm\ jm./.
,e of this lovely affair. for a library fund benefit dance Mrs. Smith talked on the I i asked to take sandwiches.Miss Members of Circle Two were en- Moseley of South Carolina
Miss :Frances Peek, Miss Louise were also made, and Miss Louise necessity for sponsoring and Waldo Chapter No. 120, Order Olive Ray had charge of tertained by Mrs. D.'E Knight at
e jlt .t'.' : Snyder, and Mrs. Eugene Long Snyder was named chairman of backing the cancer control cam- of the Eastern Star, will hold the I the devotional, using as her topic her lovely home on Walnut St. CARD OF THANKS
I'':" r., were present to enjoy the party this event. paign. regular meeting there tonight, ;'Stewardship". Miss Ray read where beautiful arrangements of We thank each and every ,
'I II?-' I i with the hostess and two hon- Refreshments were served by Mrs W. R Morse'gave an Interesting Friday, at 8 o'clock. Members are I portions of the 10th chapter of petunias, sweetpeas, and azaleas from Raiford, the State R,
\ ,) )" orees. the hostesses: Mrs Guy Sale, Mrs. report on the Pan urged to attend and visiting members -! Luke, and also gave the first part were used In decorating the low Pine Level Church, and Heli ,.
I'S"' I'P"I Robert Green, and Mrs. Florence American dinner sponsored by the are welcome, according to,!of the chapter "Stewardship in er floor. Springs who so kindly assist(
0'I lj'S f:"j W.M.U To Meet I Cook. social committee last month. i Miss Louise Raulerson, Secretary.' the Social Order" taken from the' Mrs. J. A Martinez, leader, pre- during the illness of our t,
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sided over the business meeting, and father. Everything li
I It wag voted to have the president i k
1"I: Business and Program meetIng Winsome ClassThe appoint a delegate to attend : during which a love offering was predated very much, May
Ii' t't of the Baptist W.M.U. will the State convention to be held In taken to be sent to the annual bless you all.
I ql be held Tuesday afternoon at 3:00 Winsome Class of the First West Palm Beach April 2224. conference in Daytona Beach the -The Woods Fe.
; W 'J'.1I-li o'clock at the church. Circle Baptist Church will meet tonight The president automatically be- latter part of April. Mrs. W H.
jl!j xJ c j I" "I Three has charge of the meeting (Friday) at 7:30 o'clock, accord- 'comes a delegate. Nollman was elected as a delegateto
,\p, r and the program subject will be Ing to an announcement yesterday Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, social chairman \ the conference.The .
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"The Other Peoples of Europe." by Mrs E. D. Tenley. 'circle"voted furnish
!' announced the May Break- I Well, it seems that the ears, as losing Katty and Red Monteith to
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fast to be held May 15 at 11:3C: well as the eyes, were given a real Seems they purchased a cloth- lunches for one child during the your portrait
o'clock and urged all members to treat this Easter with both the Ing store in Euatla and are mov- remainder of the school year. made
s Radio i Batteries t i 5.95 attend. Mrs. Kincaid announcedthe Baptist and Methodist choirs ing down Sunday More details Mrs. Martinez led the devotional,
VI 1 following committees to work covering themselves with laurelsin later '. reading portions of the 10th chap- ill the familiarBurroulldings
L.US with her: Refreshment committee; ,, the presentation of cantatas ter of St. Luke.
6:00x16: TIRES 14.80 li Mrs. A. W Anderson, chairman; .. The Baptist event was heardat Seems to me the youngest hostess I Mrs. A. Wood had charge of the
House committee, Mrs. P. E. the morning hour and was truly on record to date Is Jane program and gave the first chap- of your own home
I 6 Canova, chairman, assisted by inspiring, presented in a lavish Moyer.\. 4-months-old daughter of ter of the book "Stewardship in ,
Mrs. Joe Cottrell, Mrs. Bertha setting of Easter lilies Ray Frances and Johnnie Moyer, who the Social Order." Mrs. Wood
Eastern Auto Pearce, Mrs. Carrie Ward, Mrs Nuernberg's clear tenor, which gave an Easter Egg party last was assisted in giving the review 0
Supply W. F. Godwin, Mrs. A. F, Sauls, bids fair to be among the out- Saturday! Lucky people who by Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton and Mrs.
Mrs. O. I.. Haynes, and Mrs. K. O. standing musical additions to Call get invitations to luncheons dur- Nollman, T. H. Osborne
M J' STARKE, FLA. Duncan: Program committee, Street, was heard to great advantage i ing these days of zooming food Following the program Mrs. A.

, t Mrs. Edward Burns, chairman, In this outstanding service prices The L. E. Colsons (recent W. Anderson presented Mrs. W. WRITE BOX 433OK
l 'i1 I Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mrs. R. A. The Methodist choir drew residents of Lake City), the E. Middleton with an Adult Life CALL
f't ATDOO'ER
t i Green. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest; much praise for Its excellent can- B. B. Blackwelle, and the B. S. Membership pin, which she received -
i Thursday Decorating committee: Mrs. J. W tata at the evening hour, and Outlaws were in Gainesville last with a gracious ;word of BROS. &TIDIO
OAR K Kincaid, chairman, Mrs. R. A. truly both organizations deserve Friday as guests of the Liberty thanks.
TA"RK ...FL- Apr. 17 ONLY Weeks Mrs. Robert Kite, Mrs. O. credit for the many hours of National Life Insurance Co During the social hour the host-
lifesiH 1 L. Beasley, Mrs. .Green McGriff, wearisome practice that must Hear that Robert Hargrave
and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell: have gone into these productions (Brooker) Is heaping laurels up-
4 ON OUR STAGE IN PERSON Ticket committee; Mrs M. F. on himself at the U of F .
Brown: Food committee; Mrs. C. No sooner was it announced that WEEKEND
# 4 3 SHOWS -1:30. /:30.9:30 H. Nasworthy..yvThese! e special Residents. of North Cherry and he'd made the "Dean's List', than I SPECIAL!
1 committees will' serve with the Church Streets thought they had I came word of r his qualifying for
; regular hoatesacotnmlttee_ for the slept through _Easter and gotten membership in Phi Eta Sigma?!! t .. '..*..
month of May.:*ijt Z*? near Christmas when they heard highest honor society for freshmen -;

t' i Mrs. Smith1 asked. 'the club to the tinkling of bells in the deadof students Only about four j
h1i sponsor a I young girl for the night and upon Investigating' percent of first year men attain :; Ladies' Play ShoesFormerly
crowning of.the May Queen at Found cows roaming at large again this goal, one requirement being
the P.T.A. Carnival the first partof Cow owners must be that a student make at least half
> May. Mrs. E. L. Matthews,, very trusting souls, allowing their A's and half B's to qualify ,
Mrs. A Z. Adklns, and Mrs. W. B. stock to run around loose, consid- LOS to 5.95
Sewell were appointed as a committee ering the value of even one meas- The Junior Woman's Club will
to select the candidate. ley rib! Seems to me that stage Its Spring Frolic next Wednesday -
Miss Lucille Mitchell, Immediate thla year's:: Easter Parade was night, beginning at 9 o'-
past president of the Junior definitely led by the young and clock Music 'will be by Joe
Women's Club, had charge of the younger generations! .. .Such Harrison and receipts will go for
program and presented Dr. Warren i style Such color Methinks \ benefit of the library fund '. ".
J. Kaufman, minister of the I've never seen the like Note this week from Dick Cisne
local Presbyterian Church who in ,. Mothers, you'd better watch (Champaign, 111)) who writes:
turn introduced the guest speaker, your wardrobes, or you'll be com- "Lll just couldn't do without the
Chaplain: John Hagen. In his Introduction pletely in the shade In another B.C.T. on Monday mornings, so
; Dr Kaufman told of year or so enclosed find renewal of her sub-
) : icing, Princeton classmate and scription for another year. I imagine
,Iry yr'r i.a': also of serving In World War 1 Tuned in on NBC at 10:13: : Saturday she'll be payln you all a All Sizes.- Whites Br. & Wh. & Br.
with Chaplain Hagen. He stated I night just In time to hear visit this summer . ,
that the speaker Is a commanderof rudy Canova's "Easter Lullaby" Which is certainly most welcome
WGST "RADIO WRANGLERS"ALSO the United States Navy and Truly ear-pleasing .... Sorry news, Dick Hear that the
that he Is a chaplain of the. Atlantic I: didn't catch the program sooner, local Rotarians sent Invitationsto
ALSO FEATURE Reserve Fleet. but was chasing last minute egg the Lake City Club promisingto
In his opening remake on his I dye about that time. '. Is it feed 'em chicken plleau and Robbins'The
} ; "VACATION DAYS" and subject "The American Home", true, Edna Hart, that you skin. strawberry shortcake on the 24th,
Chaplain Hagen told of an American ned your knee and tore your precliU8 and It looks now like "L. C. will
"DICK TRACY" who died on the coast of nylons during a sudden spell be here In toto Who wouldn't?
Africa in the city of Tunis and'hone I if klddlahness, attempting an exhibition Aa you probably- know by Store Of Values
body wait brought back to ride on young daughter now, the Starke club came out a
America 30 years later. This l Cay's tricycle on the corner by poor second in a'n attendance con-
American was John Howard roe Wilson's office Saturday aft test with the Lake City Rotes and
Payne. author of "Home Sweet ernoon? Hear Clara Mae Is having to "pay off" with a
etr 46 Home", Commander Hagen described Knight celebrated her birthday dinner It should be a grand .
the home as the- salt of anniversary fittingly Monday event, from all reported prospec Ice Refrigerators t ::
society; the cradle of everything I light by carrying a beautiful caketo tive plans .
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t ;y 1 J\eI great; and stated that the home her Missionary Circle meeting
; ;. Is i a place of loving Kindness, and sharing it with the other So long See you in the nextCarolynl -- -
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t.' houghtfulnesa, and self-sacrifice. members Sorry' to hear we're ',, 2-Piece
lie ourSborolAy ? In his address he said that Inhis .. Living Room Swt Wine Velour; 165.01; !
NI i I mil+ i M iiilimiiiiiiii uiuiMiiii r. opinion the force of destruction :
Suttuan I 1 that Is even greater than the - -
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orce. The speaker stressed the In P :: r' GLIDER Match,?::'* CHAIR 39.SD
necessity of parents working -
harmony and by way of illustration . -
read a love letter written 300
years ago by Governor John Win- Metal Porch Chairs -7S95
throp to hla wife-after 20 yearsof
married life. In conclusion
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to believe that a marriage certificate .- Watches Quick Meal
Is not a "paid up policy." S. .
And she' imply glowing with
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y new beauty secrets and makeup KeroseneRange
Mitchell presented Mrs. Edward
hints for 'oul) >"-
Charbonneau who sang in a very ,
gjj What more, ihe't waiting-to'give you your own leasing manner three solos, "1Love F mo
i SucceM-O-Plan to help you solve your individual beauty a Little Cottage" (Stott);
"Glannina Mto" from "The Firefly" -
problem. eM. ai ; and "A Little Bit O'Home".; Silverware
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i ? 1 t Whether your kin is oily,-dry or" normal:; there' music by Carrie Jacobs Bond. e. urner i ...
a Success-O-Plan for you It's a simple beauty Mrs. Charbonneau was accompanied Table-Top Model I
crP organizer to teach you the routine for improving face, at the piano by Mrs. E. K.
figure and fiuieu taught at the Richard Hudnut DuBarry Perryman.. a 89.50
i ; Success School. During the social hour the
hostesses: Mrs. W. H. Nollman, I __
M 4 Casul :rw'tidaal del CN<'oMiAo is yew it awisaQ; Mrs. Bertha Pearce Mrs.\ O. L. WATCH i REPAIRINGQuality .

Haynes, Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mrs J.M. Large
Type 89.5J
14-' -ooKoch / Hembree, Mrs. L H. HIU. Mrs. Has No Substitute WoodRangep n Front $
M. W Cressler and Mrs. L. A.
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Drug Store cake We to have all those letter present.and legal size GEM JEWELRY Co. C. H. DRIGGERS FURNITURE Cfl

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Mrs. Julian I. Peek who bas '
IiTs of LOCAL NEWS I spent the past two weeks with Mrs. J. C. Manning was a recent Mr. and Mrs. R. L McDowellof Mrs Ludie Lemacks returned Dr. and Mrs Bryant S. Carrol t

I her sister Mrs. Wilson In Jacksonville guest of her daughter Mr.*. Jacksonville were guests this today after spending a few days and children of Jacksonville

left Monday for a Ella Boyer, and her sons, W. C. week of Mr. and :Mrs. John Uglow. In High Springs with her daughter Easter guests. of Mrs. Carroll's

I month's visit with her niece Mra. Manning, In Jacksonville.For Mrs. L. E. Deudon returned Mrs. Marjorie Policy.
H. I
Smith and daugh- Miss Sylvia Morse was home I mother Mrs. F. Long.
.-Idrldge I C. H. Hall In Newton Ga. wedding portraits see T. II. Monday to her home In Elgin III., Mrs. L. G. Hemingway. Mrs. Ladled' bed I I
nil, are visitingrelatives from Stetson to spend the Easter I I Men's striped pajamas Stump's.. OHborne. Me ad on page 4. after spending the winter here in One Wiggins. and Mr. and Mm.F. pajanian gown

|uta,, Mlas, this week. weekend with her parents Mr. Mr. and Mrs P. L. Bridged Mrs. Edith Moseley Mrs C. T. the home of Mr. and Mrs John Q. Hemingway spent \\>ilnea- jackets A housecoats. at Stump's.

,.jl Ion rayon hosiery I and Mr. W. R. Morse. I were In Jacksonville last Saturday Wade, and Mrs. Freeman Register Uglow on Lafayette Street She day In Jacksonville.! r. and Mrs.. Friends of Mra. J. E. Wilson

at Stump's. Mr. and Mrs. W. M Wainwright afternoon to attend the wedding Jr.? were shopping In Gainesville was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs F. Q. Hemingway remained for a will be glad to l learn that she hasrecuperated
last R. T. Bell who spent the past ten longer visit with their !son In-law
Ligler has returned to the of Tallahassee were guests Wednesday -i of P. L. Bridges! Jr., to Miss Thursday. after being confinedto
I Friends of Miss. Francis days here.Feather. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Hal of \
because Illness
Rhoda I Mary Chavis. The marriage took Colley her home
Mrs.
daughter of last week of N. D.
his extended vlalt Wainwright, Sr. I place at S o'clock In the Riverside will be glad to know that she hn I ticking, 8 r.wnrranU'd Alexander. ,
r after an They were en- Men's Ore** straw hats, atiltump' .
at
Presbyterian Church. recovered) sufficiently from a feuthrrpruof Stump's. CARD Of THANKS '

L'l I Land St. Petersburg. route to Gainesville. I Friends of A. S. Strickland will cent lllnejw to return to her I Rev. and Mrs L. G. Hemingway .. I We take this opportunity to

be glad to know that he has returned tion with the Florida re.1' ,returned Sunday from a two Joan Smith accompanied by her thank our many friends for their I

I I to his home at Kingsley Bank in Jacksonville after .. I week's visit in Kltzabpthtown N. aunt Miss Cnylla Weaver of Jacksonville I kindness, sympathy and lovely

Lake after spending 29 days In ing several weeks here with her I left last Thursday for a flowers bestowed during the II\\.

the Alachua County Hospital. mother Mrs. Margery ColI y. I I, 1n-law. ten day trip to Cuba. They sailed I nose and death of II. P. Mole, our

Full-fUNhloncd hose. at Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson. '' ingway. from Miami on the S. S. North. father-in-law- andfather! ,
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rayon I
Starke Battery Serviceated Stump's, Mr. and Mrs W. J. Johnston and I I Mr. and Mrs C. A. Darby had land. .l\rr. and Mrs O. S. Newoomb..
E.I I
Mrs, C.
daughter and Mr. and
Mrs. their afternoonat
L. E. Moseley Jr., and as guests Sunday
daughter Sue of Plant City were I Durton were guest Monday of I their home on Santa Fe Lake
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Mr. Anderson's brother-in-law- and (t-
Mr. and Mrs. A. I. and
recent guests of Mrs. Edith Mose- : Spencer
sister Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kther-: I daughter Anlcc, Mr. and Mrs. Every Branch of
at Temple & Lake Service Station ley.Jack J
Howe of Lawtey father edge, in Jacksonville. Call Chambllss and children and

of Mra. R A. Newsom ,Is seriously Mr. and Mrs. Willard Anderson, Miss Ruby Fugate all of Jacksonville A I

ill In a Jacksonville hospital.Mr. of Upper Darby Pa., were guests Mr and Mrs J. R. Waln INSURANCEH.

Rebuilt Batteries and Mrs. Paul Yopp of At. Sunday through Wednesday of wright and children Mr and Mrs I

lanta stopped here Sunday for a Dr. J. W. Kaufman. Glen Wood and children Mr. and
At irtuuc Njlon how at Stnni|>'... Mrs. G. Dr. and Mrs. Jf
visit with Mrs. Yopp'a brother II. Flynn,
$6.00 N. D. Wainwright Sr. They were Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight had I H. H. Adams and son John and C. WALL AGENCY

up on their way home from St. as guests Easter Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Powell all of Starke. ,

Petersburg Hollis Knight and children and I Beautiful Spring dresses. all
I Mr. and Mrs C. R. Smith Jr., all Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED
And Your Old Battery Love ever gives" forgives' outlives -: prices af Stump's.W. ..

; ever stand, with open hands. of Gainesville. I Wainwright and Louis J

Guaranteed WorkDon't and while It lives It gUes. For, Miss Mamie Kelly of Tampa Fralelgh of Tallahassee wereguests
wa the guest of her parents Mr.I of N. D.
night
this Is love's perogatlvei to give Wednesday

and give and glte. l>o you !love, and Mrs David Kelly, over the I Wainwright Sr.. and Mr. and
weekend.Mr. .
your Lord, your family your Mrs. J. R. Walnwdlght.
and Mrs. C. E. Burton Mr. ___._.
L. Peek attended a bankers' n
Discard Your Old BatteryLet friend and your city Then give I S.
to the Baptist. Church Building and Mrs. W. J. Johnston Mrs. J. convention In Doca Raton Thurs FOR YOl'll CAR wn have ft newP1111CG DON'T 'OI\OlCTlItoon"ltll.\ ....". i
L. Anderson Bill Babyington and of last auto radio! lmm. ...illattnntnlliitlnn. .. lion every Wcflnnadfty' 1 pm., s.tilalnnnvlllii '
Us Rebuild It Fund. S. E. Sparks Committee in day through Saturday An low n. I4J 50. lvatuvk Market
Chairman St Sheryl Johnston were visiting week. HHKI'IIKKO:\ : RADIO HKnVU'lC." lltiy or sell If
Archer and Gainesville Tuesday. I ____ Court. at MnilUon, alrfiela, Stark) ...
Mrs. R. G. Kldd Mrs. V. D. Kldd tt
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Savage 1
and Mrs. G. B. Flynn spent last
and little daughter. Yvonne, of Iron BAUa Twn 7110x50 Irnrk FOR SALE
Wednesday In Jacksonville. PATTERNSBY tires; one 700x15 truck tire. t.hr..nT001l
Jacksonville spent Caster Sunday ( 1ft Ford plrk-up wheel'.. two800x11)
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here as guests of Mrs. Savage'sparents pimHimictir cur tires Tlioxo LATH INES
- - - - Mr. and Mrs. Olin \V. tin" ullichtly uai-il. hili..ro In I..r.het -
Hulk
Hlnclnlr
White I Plant.condition At If MESS HALLS

Mrs. W. H. Smith and sons, I FOR SAt.K -- Lot with 100 foul Recreation Buildings

ASS Tom and Dick, spent the weekend frontage on Crystal l.nko. with
MEETING In Bartow Ga., with relatives. large low I'll hl n. Will I I I niii-l Iflrtfur 10( X IB; HUTMENTS :.
ninh. N. p l IV.Inwriaht. Jr. Cull
Girl.*' bathing suits, I..s'l .shimming street. Htaikn.' If I
IXOXtfiI\N\a
trunks at Stump's.

Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining will LIST YOril FAKM. CITY AND '
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1'111 t.1.\ 1:0.1(1: *:30 :M
leave tomorrow for Dublin, Ga., BUSINESS PKOPKKTV .

AND RALLY OF THE to visit relatives. They will be ,llt.l"siatsA! e eIrI II II t
McCALLThe t
accompanied home Sunday by I \\0lt.lTOUMIM' :!
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MI'AI.i.ir.tiii
and sT1LOUT :
Mr. :
Vlnlns's
Mrs. parents I ;: TOItKT: 1'.IXTI.It'04' I ISKK :!
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Mrs W. L. Joiner of AtllnGa.\ | Only 1'attern Or..te.t ailvrrtlnpr of rnuiiPT -
y who will ependsome time herewith ;' < pr prtr. Ha* mode ...rr ," -
With A Pri"tcdCutU1lU (2,15)0 ...** It' tin..... -'...",.-
Bradford them.- I A..r...... nee.,. from nil ore the : J. J. riKKSON
Ct'y.DRYS Love ever giver, forgive, outlives -' Line World.. Fr.. open llatla. I n (LATE

; ever .standltlioixn hands E. A.STROUT REALTY AGJNCY > .
(AMP: tMtllNCl.. FLA.
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and uhile It lives. it IoIh.! <.... FortlilH SEWINGACCESSORIES Represented Locally lly

IH love's pprogutlve to. give' i F. ('. llOLLINClSMOliril I t PAY CAItIn'8\! before you "t

TUES. APR. 15 8 P.M. and Kite and gh#. !><> you lift So.. Walnut St. sell your Junked ....r., uutlarloa. ,
love I llntfirN I and sure Iron.
family I:: :1I Jut :
your Lord your > Il lulH'Ht I p u I il. kMiin
friend and your rlty Then give! O MATTUKHHI-1H: : of all kInd.* reno A..en'IIr"'k. hog L'n, I'linn IllllvJuckann
Voted. ; furniture upholstered. and! at 4U-W' Hturk. t(
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to the BaptlHt Church Building roflnlMhfil Drop tie. a card t

At COURTHOUSE Starke Fund. S. E. Sparks. C'oiniiiltti-n IIAMTINIIN: ) MATTItKHa" '' CO., t?"t.(. l"ont.rnw... hers. those .ooafiy M

Chairman. .. St S40. ralatka. Via. ".. in>w ready, Also vounv puN 1-i
l.ttM 3 wvika Jii and olilr. Waa I t
Judge and MI'8.I... Z. Adklns INItMANI'10-.r! writ ml lines; fin I I \
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lln'n 8 IIIIIH north
automubllo. ,. nubility. anil lit*. Pnutlryrerun: ,,
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spent Tuesday In I'alatka visiting Hi.. m* for :your Inmirniif. needs. of WiiUln._tip' 4-IH
Judge Adklns' sister Mrs. T. H. N D. Wttlnwrlvht. Jr.. Ut E:.."t
K I'nll trml. fhim 1&4.I If WA.N1'nn--Mnn: : with mill t* work' f
Willis. 1 arm, of gaud, land at oily'
MEN and Hear The Facts on Liquor Mrs. L. A..Davla and Mrs. A. Z. FOIl BALD-.l-ue.lronn. linim, RW llnilta na ..I..or.. trapper Ar asrenter f
Thursday In Jack our H. Bajr St.. Ntark. ISe llnl O. II. lionnctt, III. X hue .
Adklns spent condition, ouuuplml liy own..r. until 117-11 Hlarko. .>-'.t D 4-lt ,

In Our Own sonville.and Mrs. Earl Johnson and SAVE MONEY MY tecatitty.lot.' For Attrnctlvo Information; cunvenbnt writ. .Foil HAM1)')-/IV4 I, ton lug whl. ... t
WOMEN! County Mr. Making Your Own Clothe C. J .Ddvlln. 1IIU ('ypr..... O.Inse- Font truck with l4 motor. ACHo 1.-
left Monday for their a need nnxlO
son. Holt, vIII. or Telephone M'lHJ.: J'rlnn alliihtly:: 7 113plytires
Metier. Ga. after enjoyinga Draperies 13,000. U anil tubes. J. Maarlo R>l-
home in
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and Curtains warilx Clarke. 1C
visit here with Mrs. Johnson'smother CUNMLtiT H. 1' UOWKI.I.I plrll-
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. u..II..I18M.! ...... end ll..l..r. Stele' AI.TICRATIONM: AND DURHH\ MAKINU I
and and 4'nunty Iti'viiMi'M. I tell you Mr*. If. I.. HlarllnaUt. t
Sponsored by BRADFORD COUNTY DRYSWILBUR Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis Sid house. north of Conk' Slurs Clark St- Hlarka. 4tn ..\\1
Miss Jean Davis spent Sunday In CCNT.Q4.Lc.Qr: HI 8lll' > (f 141\|' -11 Itto.IIIJ..Aldu..M:. it KOAnn fll'JAHO.NAULW t
sis, ItATfcH.: AVKIIY:
Davis' INN.tt
Mrs.
Archer visiting GOODS Foil KAL.IO Twn itovrnminthoimM
SCOTT, CHAIRMAN tern Miss Mamie Anderson and itt ('nm). Mliinillnir JOxTtJ, I
I Including foundation. .blo. < fJDOriifh KOIt HAMO-9-ii.TB farm .1% nil. 11Ntnrk
Rev. Lucian Conner Sec'y. Mrs. P. E. Stone. canh or easy ...r....k.\\V. II.Nollmun tin gold graded. id Jiiac
W. J. Churchwell Vice Chm.
Wednesday off
Mrs. V. D. Kldd left 301 W. MaUlKuii, Htark Illanrtlnw lid T acreS umlormilllvutlim.
lip Well dralnoil. N.werm
for her home in Rlchomnd. liiinitnlnw, Cel""trIQ l JI.I., l
Va., to visit her parents Mr. and FOIt iI.\LJ;-Huiiur mired. Mini tilrk.nry 4 cress. rnhhaita. now' ruttlnir. I
I aninkml .boulder. end millilllnifM '- 10.000'b.n le. In high t>rodurtlifrrnlvfia .
--- Mrs. Henry Mayo. iCe to 6&. I'ur. a, ilurunk. brand sow tt '
-- Mr. and'M/s. A. A. Wainwright lard $20 per GO lb. can, I'h,,"* I 13. In S weeks. 4'yul. Jersey vow, J '1
Hturk if good cow mullH, a nw poultry
of Keystone Heights were guests IMIUM with ".>aT pan*. Prlr1 fur
Sunday night; of N. D. Wain- ANY TV I'1C dump truck hililllrnc I all I4SUO <'...h. :I..I. U Mraillny.tl J

ELIEVE IT or NOT wright Sr. A Ilrnilfnrd I.U fill diet Knnlnirln': for ....I..'.Co.lelly..r..I.J'lion .> 4-Il ,

Ladle. bathing suite. ,sites\ S3 94 tr AVON fltoliUCTH: INI., bee. cip..n-
lni for mn tupabl rxpr...irittt. _
nmark Can Furnish Your House to 40, at !Htump'H.Miss HAr.ICH.MAN WANTKII Kvllntilohimtler ''llY" In Hiitrk for .ntnhlished territory. ,
Nina Bishop a student at to supply ...,.n.llm..r.Y"h) l'l.ii...nt profitabl. work.
In Macon. Ga., Work Shirts stilt h..n..h..1. .,..'......111./ ... State Will Florlilit, (Iwynn, 37> Wept.
Wesleyan College( age. .up..llon, n-fxrxnt ItnwIxlKll'N I 02ciil Ht., Juikaonvllln, Fla.tin.
Jmplete For accompanied by two classmates Hunt. "',\11223.4.1.: .",,- I 4-11\ I
Point. phli, '1'."... tip '
West I 1.25
Miss Rena Sheaffer of (IIIHIM .II HIM JO ill FlirtMKn ARMY
$419 50 Ga. and Miss Betty Heridernon of J.'r-n.I. lino Ib., young homownarlnn NAVY MAKINDI:, ANI. ITl/ri'r
,
V' Raster hnltvr Apr,. li.1.l I.IIKI (IUA >II> HI'MCIAf-INTH: ,, '
EASY their I
TERMS Lyons, Ga.. spent seen nn .:...e ItlniHllnir rifts rariK Job Mss firmarm ,
? of Miss Hxumiin __
holidays. here: as guests near. I..wl..y.. ll, *fiat* nmlfy linn- OU fi
H A. Bishop, and Work Pants 1.1 lirlKhr, Ho* HI, l.iiwli.v lip Machinist 114 A. 4, 3 I
Bishop's father t'urponlxr _. _.? sea J. 4
and sister, Mr. I'owxr Man ._ ,
brother-in-law Foil HAf.K:-IJff. innrlnH plywood IKK 5 4 It
und 1 Florida-designed Sofa. her While best, with ItrHfV u Hlrnttun .In- Optlnlan -,._ .. Dun 5. 4, n
:Mirror, Wheat or Walnut Finish a and Mrs. W. C. Powell. 1.85 board. motor KMi'Mlt'nt uonfll- llH wlroorn Suits = Consisting i of: Soft, coiled spring ,., here the young ladles enjoyed tlon newly painted, .78. WllIliimaon Tire Rspalr.r .... 140 B. 4. J f
back, and coil spring sr: Interest. Friday Kloclrlo Hnrvlc, Tli'rAMHN "- Motorcydltae __-_.. mil *. 0 n
nearby points of It Ailtnmotlvx Rlnclrlrlan Ill 5. 4, *
Chest seat. Makes into ) == Mrs. Powell and her guests pent Artlllory Mechanic l.l.ht ('II n., 4. ]
sr Saturday FOIl "HAI.I1' !-On. Flor.ni-. !). Lux. I'miimlxmiry. Howard lift 4. X ;
I Drop-Front double bed. Storage the day In Jacksonville. Girls' DressesSzs. .....101. Top K.r..nn. It..or.* Apply I'rlntr ----->__-. Hit B. 4
Vanity Compartment under seat. !J Mil: Bishop. Miss She.fferand Mr.. Paul. itaymoml, mouth, Btrwwt.FOIt and many other iiklllx.'- Qualified '
Panel Bed accompaniedby Army Navy, Marine and C' utOnara
Miss Henderson HAL.K-Naw trail slam lubln v't ran. who IMVC held nnvof i
Bench! 1 Occasional Chair to Miss Bobble Cameron pent 6-12 1.75 and stainless' .t..1 runopy. L'a.>.. some 40A nnnipatlonal: ap alaUll I.
Walnut & Beach and only nn" m..nh. F. II Carrsdlnc *a far nig month or more maynow { ,
Bled Spread blend. arms 12030Boudoir the day at Jacksonville f'hon I. r.awoy,, Fin. ItnWANTKD enlist ,In tll. new lh.geIarArmy ,
legs. Heavy spring Monday. Mr. Bishop took the al a irrafli. pndlnir. nn the
5 on .-IS. ehor.re. Walnri'onfctrurtlnn l na"th *>f your previous orrupatlon .
Lamps. 149.95colorful construction girls. to Silver Springs. Cir Apply nt nfflcnrornr al Hp."laltv .....Ir.. Now high Army 1
Fluffy :Mattress (RE) For horn portrait- see 1. R Ladies Dresses Temple Av.. a I'ratt Ht' pnjr and th. npportunltloa. for ad. ,

designed" for comfort 2 End Tables to match. "".....vf>e. See ad on page a Htark. Sip 4-1 more vanrmnt uttrartlv: mak now an than Army: 'ever Career b*. 1

LeRoy Olive returned; to his VKNKTIAN III.IND OWNKRSI Wa for. Stop In anil find out th* '
Coil Spring (heavy 1 Glass-top Walnut Cock ;i Starke Wednesdayfrom 1.75Rayon ran give you complete' rcflnlah- specie. ) | sra.l* yen will receive tin. .
home In North Inv job on your venetian hllnilKat ilar this nw War partmnt riruulatlon ..
angle base, stabil. tail Table. O'Teen, N. C., where ha wasa very nominal coal Onaaitlt Apply at time ...ar..t IT. 5.
'tiers on both sides,) [ the Veteran Hospitalfor KxrhanKf Hlnr ttWANTRP Army llrutln fltatlon, sill ('"... I II
patient In .
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1 Pottery Base Lamp I offir Hlilir. Islnsavllle. Fla. I
Friends of Mr. and TO ItRNT-Htnall house
Comfortable
Pillows with Rayon Shade :a1'b1. two Olive years.will be glad to know Dresses and up to 40 arr... with Improv. "lno RRWARr for Information t i iI t
Mrs. tnnt near town. Writ dwa rlp- leading t.. crest and conviction,
recovered from a location/ and rent w.ntrd.l 'I
that he Is fully tins of or removing
iiraon persons
drop-front. 4-drawer vanity Klhar' !(.>..., Jell llrl., Green ,
I teal. plant fom lot
1 Table (Extension, wal aliment. 4.75Blouses '... .. my In t '
aalgg. 4-drawer chest modem beet lung ( Hprlnva Itp ('.....b". f..tk. cnttry. CarlJohn.
panel to
sizes! >* '
1 drew. .. -
finish. Maternity
nut It ,4
.50
"mprl'.i RF.NT-U" with II I
a beautiful election and a won- 8 9 Fort rnorwa.Kl
4 Chairs Leatherette 20. at Stump's.Mrs. "Dlnar pnroh. rlnetrlcKy I ml. I
,
derful
\ bargain. flntnu Alachua .. FOR HK.NT-On. larir. nwlyfurnlnh '
; PLUS the additional ( Sallla Smoke of this aid Keystone nn MldlakV.
the' seats, well l constructed. \ ,.. Andr.,.... 512 W, Madlaon ..d. .pll..nally nice h..d- r .1
-> last week 1.95 I .
: rcnan llse at the above bargain Buffet ) spent several days of Htark. tip room with prlVHtu bath R.itiity AI
.t lCes, 1 Large L. Wall and Mrs Mae rest matlr.s. Mr.. M.Orf/r. ;a"' I' '
r with W. von flA 1.I'-oA Jrr.v-Gu.rn..y hel I| 1 K.; Call Ht.. Htark. UPOn t
Z-TERMS BEDROOM __ 149.93 Dickens.Friend" f..p calf milk cow ten flitya oM .,. 1
._ 59.95; of Mrs. T. S. Wllljam. n..anl..d to ploaav, Lucy .,. RF.NT-I.nv..l" 6-roont A teeth I
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KITCHEN I Wynn Hampton. Fin Itp fiirnlvh .rlm..ot. with runatov j
DINING ROOM 89.50; will bfo glad to learn that she has| Ladies Shoes I .. *l.rtrla rtfrlirorator. Its-, ,
1 returned from St. Vincent' Hospital FOR HAM3--J..r.oy ""wo. milking rallont' vnndltlon. f.trv* private ,
UtllitVCabinet LIVING ROOM: 120.30 where she ..n...1, nice and a..ntl... Af.>1fl a front yard Very rlnsc| fn. 140mo I
: .
1 eg,95 in Jacksonville raay-Hrahman heifer" 2H ,.... AUO. room Jt private
1 Cooking Table ] underwent a major operation. 1.75 old.' 1* JL. Hsd.nhaugh Hampton.Itp. bath apartment., ('0." .A cnn i ,
TOTAL 419.70 B. Jl14tleton. Mrs M. v 2 Kitchen Chairs Mrs. W I *. Itp ,
F, Brown and VIrs. E. L. Matthews IX1HT-Black mule w.l.hln. an.prnxlmataly '
and ftno pounds 'In vl..*. FOR MAI.R--r. o. 110 H..d Can i i .
AT and daughters Mary Agnes/ Inltv of Ifollhrnnn ,...'In.... If mak.. th. best .r.... ayriip. A. .
fT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER Madge Anne spent Tuesday inJacksonville NICK'SBargain found, notify W. J. D..V.rg.re: ; II. Moor, Itt 1, llo* tJl, MtarkitKl j
Canal Timber Corporation, l iwi It

CO. Mrs. Wm. Baggett returned .y up HAK JOHN FURNITURE House FOR HALF Jar** Ratal heat PST a* littl
DENMARK home In Shrrvefort -
to her
H. yesterday JlolUr hap, u... coal or. wood. a. It a w*..k. Complete ..ailafacllon -
La.. after spending a few A'J*(. .m.II' wand conk atovAUW .. .iinr.nt...d .* seer m..n"Y rhack. t I
FLA. rel.uhere and in > ..lturn.... oil cook .to.* HHMPMKRn RADIO HKR-
STARKE. weeks with .,. ..
PHONE "".n. Inquire at nwapapr VICE Court at Madison .tr..t.
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a PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, 8TARKK. ,FLORIDA ''FnIDU',

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Il +' s e e . . Sunday the Methodist Sunda, Mrs. Ethel Pickren and daughter FFA Members nance I94B, April 18, 1947, In the above named I Court and caunt -y,
of W14 of Court and wherein plaintiffeeeks '
Property cauae
Description seeks divorce. "
v I I school Invited Its younger memo Virginia Lou, of Gainesville, Nblli oCNBVi Section 11. Townships divorce. Bradford County .n name.Bradford& t..t 'a)!y,
Hampton Mrs. Seeber Goodman and little Buy Four Steers South, Range 22 Kant, containing Telegraph shall publish thin. Orc'er shall publish thl"weekly .',. ,. '
>>ers to an egg hunt proceeding: 10 acres more or lens. In next four weekly Issues. Issues."Witness 'q 'I'
I daughters, Harriet and Olivia, of For 1948 ShowFour Name In which annexed: Charley Witness my hand. and official, seal I tl 1
By Mr M. C. !MweeneyKGG the usual church services, at 4 P. Starke, were visiting friends here LTantley at Starke, Florida, thin March 20,. seal at my i iI.,...., "
e. S e e e. e. e 187. Ntarke Fl. r',. '
In
M. The latter hunt was held In the I Easter Sunday. Cyril Pickren was white-faced Hereford steers the All County of said of Bradford property, being Htate of (OFFICIAL SHAD A.S.: Thomas,. n, 1917 1OFFICIAL ,
: HUNTS the weekend guests of Dick May. were purchased last week by two Florida. Am Clerk of Bald Court.Sty ( REAL: ,
flower of Mrs.
garden Guy's res- 'rh ;
1"1.-
Unless aiirh certificate or certificates Lucille C. Conner, D. fIt .
Hauler egg hunts were popular idence. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Home spent members of the local FFA chapter' shall be redeemed according II Duncan, 517 Lynch Building, Atty T. Frank Landrui1" *I' i"
Thursday of last week shopping In and the boys have set about to to law the property described In Jacksonvlllei Flo. for Pit .1.t.
pastimes for the younger genera. Mr. and Mrs O. I Bedenbaugh such, certificate or certificates. will Atty. for Pit. S-SS 4t 4-11 I "
I Jacksonville.
Sunday evening Mr. fatten their charges In early pre- bo Bold to the highest bidder at -
tlon here last week. of Deland and Mr. and Mrs Ray and Mrs. Home and family were paration for next year's Ocala the. court house door on the first IY: niirt'IT coriiT. BRADFORD
Miss Norma Sweeney, primary Williams and children of Jacksonville dinner gusets of their soninlawand Stock Show Monday In month of May, 1947 COUNTY. 1"1.0." "",*. iv ""."!%.;
which U the 5th day May, 11)47. CEIIY.Rertl. .
o"rfA Joyner'sli
l'' teacher at the Christian church I attended the funeral services daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Three of the animals the prop- Dated this 2nd day 1947.: Phlpp' Me Ha(In. Plaintiff' vsj. f

I rM Sunday school entertained >her of John W .Watter on on Wednes- ert C. Barksdale of Starke. erty of Charles Lawson were (OFFICIAL of Circuit SEAL Court A.of J. BradtoriCounty ThomasClerk : William fendant. Edward McDude, Jr., Do-

class at the recreation hall on I day of last week. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Cox have purchased at a stock show In Florida. 4-4 4t 4-2S Case Number 6519. 225 So. WALNUT Srf

Friday afternoon of ]last week following Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert Hall en- had as their recent guests Mrs. I Georgia Maurice Edwards, Jr., ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND

4 a merry egg hunt. The tertained over the Easter weekend Annie Godwin of Jacksonville and obtained his from a Georgia farm. It! CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORDroifVTYt STATE NOTICE OP FLORIDA TO APPEAR to! Mr. WIU

Prize egg was found by Edwin( I Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Allen and fancily little Jean Hicks, of Gainesville. The steers are now at an average (' FLORIDA IH C1IANKHV. Ham Edward McDade, Jr., do Mrs.. Maxwell House
for which he received a'' of Falatka, and Mr. and Mrs. George Bernard Cannon Plaintiff, Louise. Strag-ler, Route 1, Box 128,
Johnsand of about five months.iv .
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Schmidt of age v.. Lurleno Knight. Cannon, Da- Augusta, Oa. .
F. Allen and children of Jack-
reward Frances Hill was also W New ;York City and A. Busse of len prize winner. Bunny games 11.1 sonville. : CIRCUIT rorirr.FLOHIUAI. BRADFORD ORDER OF Pf'RLlrATIOlf! : I IstfPn April IS, 1947. in the above named
New Jersey, have been visitingDr. COUNTY, IN CHAN-; NOTICE
and children's choruses' were Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen and and Mrs. E. H. Shafer. While CF.RT. OF Jbl'rlJLrI.n.: .. I
served children of Ocala were Sunday din- Maggie Lee Stone Ponton, Plaintiff, Knight Cannon, whoa residence In: I
J1 Joyed. Refreshments were here they were located at the Ve. William George Poston, Defen- 58 Darlington Avenue % Mr. Robert Tenderized
at the conclusion of the afternoon ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. home of Mr. and Mrs. D. P.'Har- dant. Case No. 6601. Tobin, Charleston South Caro CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION

of fun and entertainment. Misses Wynn. dy. On Monday the visitors, with AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUTtlaCATIOJ TO APPEAR: lina.You are required to appear on Picnic Hams
Martha Home and Joan Sweeney Mrs. Alice Fancher of Orlando Mr. Hardy and J. G. Lamoreaux STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. April 29, 1947 In the above named ,4 I

t assisted the hostess In caring for Is spending this week, with her sister enjoyed a day's fishing on SantaFe William and George address Po ton l la,: whoie 76 Society residence Court seeks.and divorce.cause, Bradford werein County plaintiff -

the youthful guests. i Mrs. Nlta Johnson. Mrs. John- Lake, where Mr. Schmidt cau- Street, Charleston, South Carolina. Telegraph' 'weedy': \ this Order!
the Baptist son also had as guests Sunday' You are required i p ear on In next four Issues I
afternoon
Saturday ght a
speckled tothe
perch weighingover Witness
April 21, 1947. In above my hand and official
4 Sunday school entertained their I her brother and sister-in-law Mr. three pounds.\ named court and cause. wherein seal at Starke, Florida, this. March ]
t Junior classes with an Easter egg and Mrs. DeWltt Prevatt and Mrs. William C. Krammerer spent plaintiff leeki divorce. Bradford 26. 1947 Sugar .
+ I County Telegraph shall publish thl. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
t ', hunt on the church grounds, while daughter Gloria of Jacksonville several days last week in Jackson- Order In next four weekly Issues An Clerk. of said Court '

k ville with her nice, Mrs Marlon Witness. my hand and official J.By C.Lucille Durrance C. Conner Law D.Exchange C.

Jones Gnann. She was accompanied 18 seal 194T.at Starke Florida, this March Bldir, Jacksonville, Fla. "33" BLEACHQt.

Radio Repaired $2.00 home on Saturday by Mrs. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A.I.: Thomas, Atty. for PIt. 3-28 4t 4-18
Any ---
A. Clerk of
Onann and children, who spent the By Lmcllle C.said Conner Court., D. C. iv: CIRCUIT: COURT, BRADFORDCOUMTV. Bottle .!
(PLUS PARTS) Easter holidays with relatives T. Frank I-Rndrum, Starke, Fla. FLORIDA IN CHAN.CIOHV. ; Yz Gallon .
Atty. for PIt. 2-21 4t 411CIRCI'IT
Plaintiffvs
here. Mr and Mrs. Kammererwill Ernest Herman Hudson.
Phonograph Parts and Service Mary K. Hudson, .Defendant.:
leave today for their home i In: .
IY: roi'HT. nilADPOlini Case No 6491..ORDER
Estimates and Tube Testing: FREE! Philadelphia, Pa., after an extended eoi'i 'rr. FLOIIIDAI i.. C"'N.f'IIT. OF PUBLICATION Potatoes Xo.l'
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AND NOTICE TO
APPPAH
All Work Guaranteed 90 DaysBrown's visit with the C. L. Mays. Oilenxa P. "Stafford' Plaintiff vs. STATE] OF FLORIDA to: Mary K. Whit,
.. Mrs. Wallace Joplin of Lake George W. Stafford, .Defendant. Hudson, whose. last known residence PHARMACIST
I --- Cane No. 6521.ORDER and address Is % General
City was a Sunday guest of her: OP PrULICATION Delivery, San Diego, California. 10 Ik
Radio Service mother, Mrs. Ann R. Guy. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR You are required to appear on or -
Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Hinson STATE OF FLORIDA to: George before April 21st, 1947, In the abovenamed Phone 64 STARKEOntheMinit .
court and whereinSlalntlff
Worth Staffordvhone rsidenceand cause
i .,. Court Street Opposite Courthouse of Jacksonville were visiting relatives ]- address. la: Central Y.M,C.A., seeks. divorce. Bradford Service TELEPHONE lag-
here Klohmond 19 Virginia.You Telegraph shall publish this
recently. are required to appear on Order In next four weekly IssuesWitness .
_
I rv Mr. and Mrs. Archie G. Elian May 6, 1947, In the above my hand and official ....,
seal at Starke Florida, this 19th ----- ----
I returned last week from a trip to named Court and cause, wherein of -
March 1947.
plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
SUPERIOR Deland, Daytona Beach and other County Telegraph shall publish this (OFFICIAL "SEAL' ) A. J. Thomas Longer Wear .
points of Interest in southeastern Order In next four weekly luflueti.WltnertN A. Clerk of said l Court
Bv Lucille P. Conner D. C.
hand and official
r in every sense of fine and upright Florida. ,Seal at Starke my, Florida, this March :John J. Henderson, Esq. St. Augustine Through Expert: Repa'aNEW

; modern serving and unusual carefulness Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley of ((OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas Atty., Florida for Pit. 8-21 4t "-11 LIFE FOR OLD
Starke were visiting friends here Aa. Clerk of Bald Court.By SHOES
1' in guarding against needless expense recently. Lucille C Conner, D. C. IV fllirt' IT ('01'HT, IIH.\1>KOIIUOlNI'l
Chae. R. Mean. 204-05 Realty Bldg.JnckHonvllle (- KI.OHIDV IV: tlilM-:
Impressive Baptismal services Fla. C KIIV.Richard. BIGGS & BAKER
Atty. for Pit. 4.4 4t 4-25 I F Kahn Plaintiff, vs.
were held at Santa Fe Lake Eas- :
BlorKorttl 1 Kahn Defendant. 105 W.
P t Kathleen Call St. Starke Fa.TH13 .
i tr ter Sunday afternoon when cand- fane No. 6513.
if! r-Hri'iT COURT \nronu
dt ORDER OF Pl'BLIC\TIOM:
Idates from the Christian church rniTY, FI.OIIIHAI iv: CHA'i.itv. :%- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR --- ... ,-.-.-. -------
DEWITT C. JONES and the Baptist church were In- : STATE OF. FLORIDA to: Kalh-
Edna UasH Graves, vet James W. lonn llierkorttl Kahn, whose residence -
AMBULANCE: SERVICE Itiated through these beautiful: Oraven, Defendant. Case No. 5537. Is Unknown. .
rites. Pastors of the respective OIlDEIt PUBLICATION You are required to appear on / 1 e e
AM
MOTtrTO Tr APPEAR
r Funeral Director churches had charge. of the cere- STATE OF FLORIDA to: airs
STARKE] PHONE! TOur monies. Jamea W. Graven, whnne residence -
and addresa In* East 4th
Mrs T. E. Simmons left last' Ford Garage, Charlotte, North Street Carolina %- DON'T BLOW YOUR TOP!
r local funeral home enables us tot week for her home in Chase City,, ATLANTIC EQUALS ANY ALE IVS
You'- are required to ... IF YOU'RE
appear on LATE
offer conveniences and services, not Va., after spending the winter May 5. 1947 In the above .. a TASTED AHYWUKSS IN THE WORLD
, i otherwise available. with relatives here. named court and cause, wherein ...
e plaintiff aeeks divorce and restoration IY ;..
of maiden name. Bradford py, Ar
;;i' We furnish the highest type service at the lowest price a4 .T" County Telegraph .hall publish this
Order In next four weekly l Issues.Wttneixi .
-', The Pemima Ale
accept ANY life Insurance in ANT com "
policy force. Issued by m" hand and official. seal'
paoy. as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation The TELECiKAPII has Just nreived at Starke, Florida, this April 3, at the Popular Price

carries) no obligation ,. new pre-war quality REAL .1947.OFFICIAL. 8WAL A.S.: Thorns,
f l' rubber band '** ,Ylenty _
'or o As Clerk of said
+( n-t-r-e-t-c-h andr s nap''' and By Lucille C. Cnn Court. C. .Th.NXIC' : ::4.c*.
T. Frank Landrum, Starke Fie. CALL US
strength./ Four sizes at 4to{ per Atty. for Plf. 4-4 4t -25iv t f 1 i
,quarter-pound tmx A real bargain. ALENNO EER Sx'jail
cmcriT coim-r. I'HAUFORn
f'fH''II'I'Y.' I"LOI"U'Ii C'I'Ii.C'IIT. of Coed chser'
t I.
UANNuN' And WEBB( GROCERY PHONE 150
George W. rtoedy. Plaintiff, vs.Eve
JUST RECEIVEDA lyn Irene needy, Defendant. Casenumber
6508OHDKR
ells

j Friday & Saturday- -Only-- Carload Of STATE AND NOTICE OF OP FLORIDA PlTBLir-ATTON TO APPEAR to: Evelyn: STARKE TAXI SERVICE ,. *

Irene Reedy whose residence Is:
--
No. 2 Can, Cream Style Full-O-Pep Stock "Homervllle' are, required Mansachusette.Ynu to appear. on:

April 22, 1947 In the above named ,

h Golden Bantam CORN 2 for .26 FeedsGNOIOIJNU Court: : divorce.and catiHH LVadfnrd wherein County plaintiffseeks :Telegraph II
aha II publish this order in
next four weekly InMuea.
Witness I my hand and offlcla) EI
23 Oz.. Glass, FANCY 20 seal 1947.at "Starke' Florida, this March -

BXOODSOWSfyr6fyffeyfy (OFFICIAL SEAL A.S.: Thomas,;
) APRICOT NECTAR An Clerk of said Court
'. for .26 II. O PIt.Brown, Starke, Fla.328-4t-4t|Attv. for| I t


ae Morris Cut OKRA No. 2 Can .13 feetfa Wl-O-WP iv! cmrriT, Fl.OHIIIll coi'HT. mi IV\nronnCOUNTV CHAN; .,

TBRY.f r V
No.' 2 Can 44 Oz: Package turlne P Nunn. Plaintiff, vs. Kuwlnar I
r. If Nunn Jr., Defendant. Ca.e
No. 6538.
SOFTASlLft ORDER OP PrBLICATtOI
Turnip Greens AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
STATE OF FLORIDA tot Mr Eu
CAKE wing H. Nunn Jr, whose residence
.27 r and Is: <*& Euwlna' Nunn,
3 for ,,.25 FLOUR Mr., 2dl'p Miller's Saw Mill l i
Camp young. Artaona
You are required to on

100 PC. Pure All Purpose Grind named May C.court 1447 and, In cause tP.b", wherein

plaintiff seeks dlvorc. Pradford
: "COFFEE 1 Lb. Bag County Telegraph shall. pnhllsh this
Promote Order In next" four weekly Isauen.
Easy Farrowing
Witness my hand and official
6 ,seal at Starke, Florida, this April )
SHOP" 39c Big Litters and Plenty :3, 1947 I
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas '
of Milk for Am Clerk of said Court. a; a
ILA Pigs !Fly Lucille C. (Conner D C.
T. Frank Landrum Starke Fla.

Large Package DREFT .35 BUILDING big litters of Atty. for PIt. 4-4 4t 4-25

1 4 pigs begins NOTICE APIfJCtTIOV TAX: nVKnHosiM FOIl"

before the,'pigs are ) mil !'t... ana The and
new even bigger-looking for 1947
farrowed. You NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVE!*. that better-looking Chevrolet
get resultsin Mrs M. N. Bran(ley, the' holder of

Sweet POTATOES, 3 Ik .25 tion a hurry sows when with Ful-O-Pep you condi- Ihe aid a. Issued following certificates thereon.certificates for The a tax certificate has deed filed to is the only car in its field with all these Big-Car advantages:

t Pig-N-Sow Feed.,This vi- numbers. and years of Issuance, the
lescrlptlon of the property, and the
tamin-rich feed for sows names In which It' was assessed Big-Car beauty comfort oJ
'iii promotes health far- ire as follows: Moreover, In addition Big-Car'performancedependability
I MEATS I II easy Certificate No. 63 Year of ItCLIAMII and safety of. Valvtfisher
rowing, lots of milk and Body by to being the only car of a

big litters. Feed Ful-O-Pep that brings you In-Hoad Thrift-Maflr

Pig-N-Sow Feed in equal -" all th. .
:: d' / parts with whole oats, be- $ nvlabl* Engine
: I ginning even feature of BIG-CAR

before the sows QUALITY AT LOWEST



Phillips Pork & B'ns, No. 2 Can 16 through are bred,until andcontinuing on DRY ''( ; foweit-prfcea stand COST Chevrolet out as/".also the of _


the pigs are
-
: Kingan's weaned. See 0 can Ita ita R.ld''

Reliable Pure Butter ,72 1 us today supply.for AT ITS BEST Big-Car ridingsmoothnessand *
your
road-steadiness of ? Pas1fiVt
Life Big-Car safety o
The of Your
,, keep your order *!
4 We Also Carry A Clothes Depends Unitized KneeActionI.'w for a new Chaw. Action Hydraulic B

Beef Rolled Roast Iely-pt.dudofAm" ka',
.493] High Quality Line on The Care They ...*! builder of motor

ReceiveAll Meanwhile, let in

Kingan' of Hardware and "- 0 '=Lr e you....... terries on

Bkf Garments; Carefully present car now and 1" _
.49 0
st -
Sausage
Reliable ] Farm Implements Hand Finished regular"Intervals. "w 111.+


//1d) Wilson's 12 Oz. Jar Semi-Boneless .


Pickled Pigs Feet, lb. -, .29 Farmers'MIKE Supply :%\-C E NER" I TORODE CHEVROLET CO


11 fu I MARUCA Owner,

-110 Washington SL. Starke STARKE. FLORIDAu



y, .\ II, 1947 BRADFORD COUNTY
TELEGRAFH. STARK:. FLORIDA rAGE:: SEVEN

.. Maxine Hali and Rollin I
Janney.
all of Jacksonville, attended services Champion Steer 3,246 BuildingsTo lera throughout the United ATHLETES FOOT GERM I

e Level, Sunday at night.Pine Level Baptist church Will Be ShownAt Church News Be Sold In may States bo, Martin!obtained.said at, and hU office they HOW TO KILL IT. I

H. M. McRae PalatkaOne IN ONE HOUR.
vMre. a s a a w s Mr. and Mrs. Neel Crosby have Blanding Cloae-Out at 575 RKmlilo Avenue, Jurk-
s
a IT NOT Pt-CASED. your :Tao back
I moved from our midst to Jack- Methodist ChurchThe sonvule. Ask all for this STRONGfungicide
n" drug
for
showing this section of
A
1. Level Baptist I sonville. We will miss "closing out sale" for CampBlanding I TE-OL.. Mad* with 110 IH.r- I
,fa at Tine them but "Royal Jupiter", the International once one of the largest The sale Is open to the general Bent .alcohol PENETRATES. Rw bm I
were well attended both we wish them the best of luck In Rev. W. J. Churchwell. pas I and kill MORE germs tutor i
Grand military installation In the United public and veterans and others .
with Champion Steer, will be desiring
their
morning and evening new home. tor of the First Methodist Church, Today at Canova Pharmacy
State, Is under with
filling the held at Palatka Saturday. April will now way building material for construction -
W E. Hall Miss Shirley Kelly of Starke speak Sunday morning at 11
school attendance dinner 12. County Agent 1, K. McClaneJr. o'clock on the subject of "Heart- bids on 3,243 buildings to be op- of homes under the self
Sunday was a guest of Miss Shir- has ened May 1.
164. ley McRae Sunday. announced. failures", Rev. 1::4. The choir will\ certifying Veterans Emergency CAKEIIAKED 5
McClane The sale Is being conducted Housing Program; or who hold HH t tAt
Mrs. Robert Myrlcknner stated I that the 1380-( sing special selections and a reception -
nd Alias Ida
Merritt of Lake
guests of his mother, Butler pound grand champion raised by of members will be held. under the authority of the South priority certificates obtained from
: Myrlck.ln Lake Gently was visiting Mrs. Robert Myrick Oklahoma A & M College! took The evening service will be evangelistic Atlantic Division Engineer Corpsof the National Housing Agencieswill ,
le
,n 1 They were met there Monday. first place over every steer exhibited and the sermon topic will Engineers, according to Addison have priority on all build.
Mr. and MI's. Paul Bridges and I.. Martin area real estate Ings at the figure to
Mrs. Bishop MyrJck.id" at the International Live- be "An Answer to Crime", em- equal or I
and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae were stock Exposition at Chicago. He phasizing the importance of giv-, manager and disposal officer at over the net salvage value Mar- I
recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H. the Jacksonville sub-office on tin pointed out.
the church and school
Uttle Bowers, of Starke was since purchased by the Fire ing church
,, dinner guest of Mrs. B. M. McRae. stone Tire & Rubber Co. at the their ,place in the program of I Riverside avenue The halo does not involve the SPECIAl.
Sunday. Mrs. L. C. Drake of Lakeland, record price of $10.50 per pound. society. A special feature will Martin said that sale of the land at Blanding, Martin auld. Tho

l-.a li! Mrs Lavon Alvarez, of attended< church here< Sunday.Mr. The $14,490 shorthorn Is being exhibited be a number by the Junior Choir. btilhllngH will rl..M> out thramp leased land will bo returned to For Weddings' Birthdays,

DI ittcnded Church here and Mrs. Owen McRae and in cattle-raising sections Young People will meet at 6:30.: with the exceptlim of a. the State Armory Board and the etc.

I',' ,llui were dinner guests of baby were visiting Mrs. McRae's J throughout the country. Wednesday, Prayer Meeting will few buildings which' will IxtruitHfrrrrd government-ownei maneuver area
lit the ><'.ft'ra.d lntlnlHtrutlon l- will be returned to tho Department LAPPE BAKERY
:-cnts. Mr. and Mrs. O. R. parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Con- At the showing scheduled for be a continuation of the Standard, and the Florida. of Agriculture
ner, In Lake Butler I Catechism and everyone Is invited
Sunday. 2:30
,
1 : pm. cattlemen will discuss National (lunrd.Picvious _
Carmichael, Miss The children of this t
Eloise community the feeding and handling of the spot snli-H which have
enjoyed an Easter egg hunt at the steer and the winning points that Presbyterian Church
last
been under way since May 1 f
home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell go to make a grand champion. \
up year disposed of 6,320 buildings WESTERN Grade "A" MEATS fI
\\itsceing Trips Thomas Sunday afternoon Accommodations are being provided Morning Worship at 11 o'clockin at the camp.
Mr. and Mrs Robert the First Presbyterian Church
Irier Myrick, to entertain a large crowd, The building to be sold under I
Trips ., Mrs. B. M. McRae and Mrs. Susie will be brief In order that the
the County Agent said. The exhibit sealed bids on May 1 include hutments -
tsenger Trips. Myrlck were visiting. In Gainesville will be held in front of Pal. yearly congregational meeting administration buildings, Dressed
may be held. Some of the Easter
Monday. atka's Firestone Home and Auto theatres service clubs, guest '
Fresh! I
I music will\ be repeated and the 0 & Drawn
Supply. houses, barracks, mess halls, latrines -
I pastor will bring a brief message;
storage buildings, warehouses -
VIEW OF on "After Boater Thoughts".
RDSEYE cold storage plants, boiler
I Sugar Regulations member of the church is
IP BLANDING AND EXPERT Every houses and, steam heating plants, Fryers I
urged to be present, and visitorsare ,
GSLEY LAKE: 52.25 Remain UnchangedThere Invited. a railroad 256 miles long an Wrr1 a1

underground water system elec-
has been no major material Each organization of the church trical distribution system and '

change in operations of the will present a report of the year's other facilities.Imitations. : tL 59c Ib.
ee Starke From Miami Branch Sugar Office since activity. Officers will be elected to Mil have born t

the Air $1 and up transfer of sugar controls from for the new year, and plans will mailed to 1,500 prospective bid- ,
I OPA to the Department of Agri- be considered for the enriching'

culture Harold Martin Branch and enlarging of the church's We DeliverStreak
araSERVICE
eP Sugar Director, said this week. worship and work Williamson I

With the closing of branch en- Sunday School meets regularlyat ;

nwayAirpark1ACY forcement offices In Miami, Mem- 0:45: a. m. Classes for each Electric Service

phis and Raleigh, all sugar en- age group are being formed and O'Lean White Bacon .39
CONWAY forcement activities for Florida parents are Invited to come with "" .
--- -- ----- -
R. M. STUART Chas: C. have been transferred to the regional their children. Electrical Repairs I Sliced Breakfast Bacon '" .59
office In Atlanta, Martin The Young People meet In the and House Wiring
ShepherdAt -
[Commercial FlightInstructors explained adding that controls Chapel at 6:30: p. m. "., '" .. I Assorted Cold Cuts .39
Gay's Service Station would continue to be strictly en-
FREE ESTIMATES --- -- -
forced under the new, more cen- At The Tabernade t
,,, '" """.... Shoulder Veal l Chops : -.39
'" tralized
set-up.
__l"' __ _._ .
the --- --
Sugar rationing regulations, now "Life at Eastertide" was TIIERESSA FI.A.
under the USDA, remain the same theme of the 14th Anniversaryand Breast of Veal. -.29

for the present the branch officer Easter program at the Tab- 1---- '

declared. Spare stamp no. 11,valIdated ernacle last Friday evening. Although Leg O' Lamb .59

April 1. will continue to there had been much interruption --'
of practice because of 4 At4m Skinless Weiners .39
remain good for ten pounds 4 -
through September 30, with an- illness the parts, songs, etc. were
4 other stamp expected to be validated well rendered and the service wasa

for the same amount some fitting one for the close of the

time before then, probably In 14th year of the work. Reports Blue nOM Challle & Sanbfrn J
were read by members of the dif- 33 43
June he said.Consumers ferent departments and showed a Rice, 3 Ibl. Coffee, lb. ,?
seeking new sugar/
steady progress in the work.
ration books, for Infants or discharged
The background of the Ballard' Pure I
servicemen, or seeking
replacement of lost ration books, had been redecorated and presented FlourS Ibs. .44 Lard, lb. .39 I

should still write to Sugar Branch a lovely setting for the earnest ALL MAKES ,

1'r' .w. y .arfr.r.. Office: 901Secon>,,.4venue NE,, group of children assembled. Cor-
1 bin Carnell of OJmond who visited Work Guaranteed Fresh Green Bliss
Miami, for the appropriate application .03P_ 05 \
F. Scott, lb. lb. 11\J
blanks Such persons shouldbe ,, over his the grandfather weekend, planned and I Quick ServiceEASTERN Cabbage, otatoes, s
sure to state whether they are
Sat
presented the youth meeting

book.seeking Martin a new said.Vholesalers. .or replacement vice urday was night.unique A feature presentation of the ser ol SUPPLY AUTO U. S. No. 1 POTATOES, 10 Ibs. r rr

\ retailers Industrial the Bible quiz by an object lesson,, STARKE, FLA. .39. i
will con-
and institutional users with materials placed on the table .
1
tinue to operate under the same and questions asked

r sugar regulations as herctofcre, Easter music was fea- ,
1I' Martin said.Christian. Special
tured at the Sunday morning and r ii

evening services and the regular

ChurchBible Communion service of every first t

Sunday In the month was observed %
...I11'RC' School 10 a. m.Sermon
by a large number of par-

Sheep"11 a. m.. Sermon"The Shepherd 7:30: p. m.and"God His ticipants at the morning hour.

meeting The NLEA in. session Monday f.ORErIRE IirOR
Has Spoken" Prayer evening appointed delegates to the pJ tI1jI
All
Wednesday 7:30: p. m. members OUR
and friends urged to attend. State Convention In Tampa and ,
of other matters.
disposed
-J. B. Dixon, pastor.

\tit fiatf Me cost of driving State workers Fellowship of the were Child overnight Evangelism -- .-.Ole'"t t ., ; / -I 'I It H,

guests of the Tabernacle t / :

UNION BUS STATION YOUR WATCH Thursday occupying the "Prophet's ,f,[ i tJ
room" above the office.riJU .
|Temple Ave. Lacy Conway Agt. Phone 147GREYHOUND Deserves the Best t ij

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Zt'latck TAKEalotab )

REPAIRTrustworthy ,

DUt TO CONSTIPAliCrTi, .USE AS DIRECTED ; I : f '

Service "


oWl F. ..... 1 I": ,I
l\\ w Harley Strong For .T 'j


\, CAMP BLANDINO SINCE 19411ST JEWELER NEIJRALGCPAINRELIEF! There's EXTRA VALUE in the Tire' that! d; f


Went Call St.

OUTWEARS PREWAR TIRES : I

t "L. c
for the Ic's time to measure what you get for what neath this better tread Is a 35% wronger cord t It t'

,Lap c Rub NEURA'BALMf. you pay. No matter what you buy, tho measure body built with sturdier cords nd morsel< ; ) "n ICE''

one you like on of true worth Is in performance how them to give better resistance to road shock k ""1' (' i"'

SJf FfNfTJMriNOMdicatfan long ic will serve you. and bruising. ,( tIn

the bestWith ...fRAt ISH .rh. .diKomfom,ofMa tires there are several yardsticks All this Extra Value add up to"today's bl I ; !1' ': I

.:; < '- mileage protection against bruising and road tire buy the postwar B. F. Goodrich 1: :'f'f:1'' I

All TimesSea _:I 2. action STIMULATING ttltt op shocks! resistance to skidding. In all of these, Silvertown -the tire that OUTWEARS PREWAR 'i." 'i I t

circulation. to blp the D.F.Goodrich Silvertown gives you txtr TIRES.k, ..\\1 '1t'Slut
r fcmk'Wp the COD .'
With Summer just around the cornerit Trout Red Bass 1 ". \I l'
send Head : N'T FORG.T Truck, Tractor ;t '.
will pay you handsomely to Pompano Sheep WHEN you ru".hlo" NcuratHlra. on Its wider, flatter tread which coven more road CONVINU.TnaMS :
.
Croakers chy. ihrohfatnn' IK" warn to work "inrandy. & Passenger : f
for our rejuven Mullet pot i
wardrobe here ..... ,.. ,
your Pntn .1<** P urfjc blood area, spreads the wear more evenly. The more ca. eaulR ,
ating, scientific dry cleaning. Here, Large Shrimp Do win* through' ciMigMrnJ .rcavulvtj: r.* Neso Car Tares At i
: ,
Mrafnd atu.cln.'f, tnl..rk. in with the also
ocwvd Htm tire road
your garments are restored to immaculate i cu.d .b m* ...rfMM, .*.po.ur. or ,......* contact mean more t. Reasonable Priced ,. II!
rtlir. ..... 5cm6e rvarcta ... tread .
they even at p. to grip to prevent skidding. Be .
freshness, so ... '
{
Florida & Baltimore N*irabalm work fart .nd $ /t. 'J i!
original fit r.ndoe ih .* ol I
their Alto .1. muscularclMr
to *
seem to return *, Miff _la. mod. beck mu.cl.., chew

and color. To make sure of that on impeccable the- OYSTERS _aurcficw..,.....*duff ol lb..k.o 10 cold,, acbma tJnlin, <.*or*. burning FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY J '(''r 1i
-smart appearance Nvurabatm I. *r*.a._ end ..Inl... tncaw i
phone us today. akin. So toothin* .to ClEAN end i
first Summer day, Fresh Dressed & Drawn refreshing ... UM. W. ha pirn wan* rue and
144 W. Call St. Phone 26 Andre Owner
Guy
v/i ;'
& Hens w :lcooMt r'lif Irua -ruraJfic' sad muwularach I ;
Fryers and pauia fub whit Nurablm Pod i t
PHONE 135; rskerd. &t.p b*..r. *.
JC'J': :
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praiMd"by ur Follow'
RanT 315 MagnoliaFish A4 dgulwor.e ia 214, 794 md 'I.U .....oJn.

CREE.\ nf ." 9Ilelj TempleAre., MODERN-CLEAN-SOOTHING B.F.GoodiiehFIRST 'f t \'
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Owner w ,;: Market NEURKBALMr'wAY ( SS J
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BELIEF FROM' JLCHES AND PAIN ttsM1

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fuel." Mr. Blade Itate Gas Company, Head Vets Asked To Get (I authority or for hire permit to. a oKuisn: or PUBLICATION tub's 11 IA1. SEAL A. J. Thomae.An .I drena la unknnn" .j"
I I winter now overtaxes storage number of truck operntore In orderto ANNf1TlE TO APHIQAK Clerk of said Court. You .
Advises Larger''"' and delivery facilities of both Papers From Armory; relieve the present situation; STATE OP FLORIDA to: Margaret !'' Lucille C. Conner, D. C. Maf are r gi',?, ,'I T "or
12th. -
NOW TMBHIiFOHh;. the MMllrnad Mary Potter, whose last known renIdrnce John J Ilpndaraon Euq, St. Augua- in 1
Tanks : manufacturer and distributors."A S.S. Office To CloseAll Commission' or the State of Florida and address IK % Peggy tine, Florida. named Court h
Storage :1 national survey shows that I on its own motion will hold a public O'Nell.., 523 Went 123rd St., New Atty. for Fit. 4.11 4t 5-2 plaintiff seek, ,,1/, "'' .
hearlnRI 8:30 A. M. Saturday York City New York: County I Dr
Ta.: Blade owner of the Slade, the solution to this problem is in veterans who have left April 19, 1947, at the Court House You are required to appear on Order In Telegraph'h,
I their with the 4in' Htarke, Florida, for the purprme 1947 IN niiri'iT' rovnr. BRADFORD next p, ,eleep5h
12 ,
Gag Company, which will open In the installation of larger storage discharge papers I of Investigating the transportation\ or before May COUNTY. PLOniUAl IV CHANVina seal
local Selective Service Board are problem aforesaid and the grantingof In the above named Court and CICHY. at .Stark ":, ld ant i iBy
Its new location on East Call St. tanks In home farm and institutions notified] to contact the office at much temporary authorities. or CHUBB, wherein' plaintiff seeks di- Anderson Walty, Plaintiff VB'' III, 1941.uFFIC1AL. |1'1 I Ida, thl.1
1 for hire permits. an may Im authorized vorce. Bradford County Telegraph Frank A. Wulty, Defendant Cane ( PEAL1
y around May 1, announced yesterday and filling them during the the Armory Immediately. The papers and necessary to relieve the shall publish this Order In next N' 6541. A. Clerk ot sold) A J,' Tb
In returned' aforesaid emergency.WITNESS tour weekly issues. OKUER OP PUBLICATION Lucille c r IOUI'\
his company's participation summer season when demand IB will be them up- n I" '
!! THE HAND of the Executive Witness my bent and officialseal I I AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR .i"''I l D I'
a nation-wide campaign designed lighter and both supply and trans on request. Secretary of the RailroadfommlNMon at Starke, Florida, this 11th day STATE OF FLORIDA to: Frank Attyrtor Bit 4iul. f
portation are adequate," the own- of the State of Flor '-11 ,
to solve the winter heating prob- With the expiration of Selective ida at Tallahassee, Florida, this 6th
lem confronting consumers. er of Starke's new gas company Service the local office is day of April JM7! -

i "The seasonal LP-Gaa shortage continued. now making all arrangements for tt F.Executive If. DRAW-BY Heeiotary. 1

i In winter has been brought about "We urge all butanepropaneusers Its closing early this month.NOTIrR 100 NEW CUSTOMERS For

.by greatly Increased popularity, to Increase their storage Iio'rlrM0. 11.10UKPOHH The
and consumption of this modern capacity by Installing an additional i ... TIIM, llillHO,U C OM- NEW IMPROVED SEllJ'CESI
NO. itin "MI IOV OF 'r UK !j.\T.1! OK [ID
,, ... or larger tank" Mr. Slade nnC'K.-r: NI :01'-(1: : KI.OHIIIV Now Being Offered By Your Local
ill'Foil 141 TIK II CILR0 t11 COM.MIMNMIN : NOTICE la hereby that the I
stated adding that he will be gladto given
I OF Till! MTATH Of Railroad Commission of the State FORD DEALER.
discuss the matter and give F'.ol..n"S. of Florida will hold public hoar- I
'at loving remembrance ofour' TV HH Uonernl investigation ,,fdlHinantlttd
: InK on the following matter at
counsel and assistance to custo-
dear lIOn, father and and all\ prefabricatedtifiUHHM 10:00 A. M., Saturday, April Iff, I "
mers In order that they be not between points and" plaritHIn 1'I7. In the Court House, Stnrke ,
brother. first lieutenant WO- Inconvenienced by a gas shortage the State of Florida by motor Florida, ,nt which time and plitreyou I Gel
;ram Howard Hudson, m pilot vehicle. I and all parties interested will Service ;
next winter WHEREAS the sale and removalof l". given an opportunity to be fully CertificateCOSTS
In the Army Air Forces, who I various. buildings from IT. H. military Your
e& hU death In combat'on I Mr. Slade announces that he bases within the Slat' of 'litK'KKT NO. 230 MO Application I
twill be ready to serve the public Florida In. of considerable Importance of Joseph J. f'UTHon, Starke!! ,
April 1, 1945. ( In relieving the present haul- Florida for limited common carrier ONLY $6.00 :
I with a complete line of gas appliances Inn situation In thln-Htate, and Certificate of Public Con- I I
1\,1'. and MI'II. 1\1. F. Hudson when he opens In his new WIIIOIUCAH hundreds. of these venlencn and Necessity author- s
I building are being transported t>v icing the transportation. of prefabricated %
Sr location. He has been assembling motor vehicle over the highway. and other buildings i Entitles You To 10 Complete Lubrications I
Miss Terl Dana Hudenk supplies and equipment for the of Florida for compensation and 1 from Camp Blending to all points.
WHEREAS! the of thin In the State of Florida. A BIG SAVING Over
policing
The
k Marion' Jr', and Jack past several months, having mov- transportation undertaking hall become WITNESS: the hand of the Kxerutlve ,
1 led' to Starke from: Baxley, Ga., a serious problem for thin Secretary" of the Railroad ) Regular Price of A Grease Job.
Commission. and Its Inspectors. and Commission of the state of Florida, __r. LL
the first of
the'year. WHEREAS', an emergency ap- at Tallahassee, Florida this Slut
pears to exist which might I day of March, 1947.F. .
w..r-I H. P-RADI.EY.

It Executive Secretary. Major and Minor R E PA I IRS S
Why SELL 'Worked-out 'TIMBER? =INSULATEWITH iv: CIRCUIT roi'iir. BRADFORD
C.o".ry.: PLOIIIDAl IV CHAN:; Goodyear TIRES
I
CEII: Y.
J Herschel M. Wheat Plaintiff V.. New Batteries, Tires I

_._ 1 It will show little or no growth. ALUMINUM_ Ellen No.Watts. Wheat, Uefeiidant.
Cane 6888ORDER
Tubes and AH Parts
It will die sooner or later or be blown I" Your Home Hot and Uncomfortable OF PUBLICATION and ,

I down by strong winds.At In Summer 8TATK AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA' TO APPEAR to: EII..nWatle .' are coining in much bet .
You'll Be Surprised! How Wheat? whose address IK 211 _

the present time I have a mar Cheaply You Dan Insulate !Sea Cambridge, Sussex, Road England.BUhlll On The I ter than before. We are 4 }

ket for worked out timber. With Aluminum Foil. Ask You are required to appear on
May 18th, 1047, In the above 600xt6 '
For now ready to render you
..... named Court and cause wherein
I WILL PAY A GOOD PRICE FORSEE' FREE ESTIMATES plaintiff eeeka dlvorre. Bradford
('..u"ty Telegraph hall publish thisOrWitnesssxmy prompt service *
Archie G. Eiland Agent weekly lanuea.
,
IT'NO.W! hand anil offlclnlneal
Hox 2-A Phone: Hampton Bt Starke, Florida, thin April WE HAVE
4, 1947.UI..JAL.
( SEA) A. J. Thomas
ScnJ card and H" clerk of said Court AMMONIUMSULPHATE Yocam & Ford
me a pout
Ed'.WPk .r Rv Lucille C. Conner O C
I Mill come to Nt>e you. Tohn 'Vfu..k"f.: 1105 Graham
liulldlnir 1 1< JnrkMonvllle, Florida
Atty fur rif. 4-11 4t 5-2 Batteries

Phone 659-J P. O. Box 463 Gainesville, Fla.FLORIDA IV niinir COTIIT. BIl AI1FOIIDCtll'A'1'Y World's Finest Fer. .

r4 FI.OIIIDll IV CHAN.I ; '. tilizer
/Will( Give You
.
'':It"
n..l..nfn'Dowell.! Plaintiff, vs. Edwin -
r f N MatDowell, Defendant Case In 10-Lb. Bags L Better Service
R'R No. 5540.
ORDER OF PUPMCATION
11 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

I 1Sun. HOWDY FOLKS: N.STATE Mm.Llowell OF, FLORIDA whose rchlilcncfl.to: Fdwln and NEW MOTORS "6" and "8" Cylinder _. ON HAND

address Itt % Hpeilal Service Hldy.
!Morning la the time of day 1501, Caml Kilmer. New Jerney.

when the rising generation retires May You 12th.are renulred 1947. In to the appear above on

Mon... April 13 14x and the retiring generation named court and cause, wherein ANDREWS MOTOR CO
,I arise plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
r oiinty Telegraph shall publish this
Order In next four weekly Uxues.VUne .
.M '\ ... mv h nrt and official SALES and SERVICEPHONE
argieStarring Nervous Lady: Please, Mr. Neal at Starke Florida, this April
Motorman will 1 Kt a hock 8 1, 1947.
If I step on the tl'llC'k'lllotonnan \.. Olorir" of iwM, rnnr ,, ,
Jeanne CrainTues.WedThuhs.April15 : ,No lady. Not nv Lucille\ Conner D CVllllam .
unless put the other foot D. Morgan Fifth Floor
you Clllrk nidir, lackxonvllle, Fla.
,16. 17"Deception" on the trolly wire. Atty. for Plf. 4-11 4t 1-' x

.* .V CIRCUIT COT. KRDFOHtrorvrv. >
If you want to know a woman FI.OHIDAI iv CHINfKHV. y. .. t
.
i '" bail points, just praise her Etta McConnell MontonJo. plaintiff,

to another V8. CliffordMlllam Mnntondo, I>eondant. -
Case No. 6542 Beautiful Prints
Bette Davis ORDER OF PUBLICATION Rayon
You'll like our technique too AND NOTICE TO APPle4"STATE
Paul Henreid; Claude Rainsfrl. (speaking auto service of :Montondo OF FLORIDA, whose to:residence CllfforlWIIII"m

course). We aim to make It IH: % Commanding Officer, Fort
efficient effective, and econom )arrlHon[ Indiana. Floral and
-Sat. April 1819'DOUBLE FEATURE You nee r""i'red to snpenon 4, Stripes
ical. We'll be glad" to demon May 12th, 1947. In the above ,
strate between the hours of 7 named court and cause, wherein
"TUMBLEWEED TRAIL" and plaintiff seeks divorce and care andcustody 4
a. m. and It p. nu dally. of minor children Bradford Plain Colors
County Telegraph shall publish this
"THE BRUTE ,MAN"j GULF OIL PRODUCTS Order In next Cour weAkly lnnuenAVItneiii .
-j mv lend and official: .
Washing Polishing seal at Starke. Florida tliln April '
0. t 11'47.! '
Greasing OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
1. ClerV' of flM, Court "
& Lake ltv Lncllle C"'. ('i>nn"r. D C. : 75c
Temple .
Dan I,. 11 Y. Fernundlna, Fla yard
Atty. for Plf 4.141 6-2

NOW YOU CAN Enjoy Fine FoodIN Service Station iv rlnrlTr roviir, II".'OI"OnD ..

Phone 179 'Ot'V'1'Y-'r vFernie Fioiuiitt iv' en tv.r .

Potter Plaintiff, \*. Margaret a
I Mary Potter Defendant. Cane t r. -

I II, I II SEWIING NOW EASY with

I On Or About May 1st I I II[ SIMPLICITY PATTERNS with I



COMFORT j jI The Slade Gas Co.Will ti Printed Sewing Instructions -J



THE GUIDON GRILL I Ir -=;,

6 zi : Open Offices On East Call St. ONE LOTLadies

i IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE I Extra

i iI SPECIALS
t I
.
THE INSTALLATION -
_
f 1 % A Complete Line of Gas Appliances

a' ''l OFt ; ,

Including Ranges, Hot Water- HOE S CHILDREN'S


AIR CONDITIONINGFOR Heaters, Space & Circulating I


Heaters, Floor Fur- I SHOESSIZES
WHITE
THE COMFORT OF OUR PATRONS

t naces, Etc. Will j'


Be In Stock I ,
II .
k' Plate Lunches I I



t fit j MEAT, SALAD, TWO VEGETABLES f I II I 12-/J


>!. DREAD and BUTTER WILL THERE BE A SHORTAGE OF PROPANE : ooA

i GASES NEXT WINTER? i 1.69 TO a

45c
qtr The answer to this i*-NOT IF THE CUSTOMER pr

WILL INSTALL ENOUGH ADDITIONAL STORAGE I

Also DINNERS and A la CARTE CAPACITY. I BROKEN SIZES

} I ,: On a recent trip to Tulsa, Okla.. we were assured by i 1.25 PairEVERY

one of the largest producers or L. P. Gases!! that a I

i CLEAN ATMOSPHERE sufficient supply of gas to take care of all customers I

we can take on PROVIDED THOSE CUSTOMERS .
1
WiLl. INSTALL STORAGE OF SUF-

The FICIENT CAPACITY. We will be glad to counsel
GUIDON GRILL and advise' with you on what your storage capacity DAY IS BARGAIN DAY AT THE

fti should be. We are in Starke to serve you and will

l 4+i gladly render any assistance!! possible in helpingyou

GEO. KOPELOUSOS. Prop. solve cooking and
S your heating! problems. I STAR STORE


EAT The BEST FORGET The REST Te H.*Slade, Owner


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