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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 18, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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>.
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Colonel Bradfordalways I BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH i


caressing to the than the traditional "Man BitesDog" :

..lonel's) ears to hear some I headline Is taking place at

,., make nice remarks a- the Chamber of Commerce office I
especially when 1 these days. Secretary Lucian Official
a town County Publication Established In 1877
hose remarks are sincere Conner reports that he has vacan-

not being mouthed for clelots of vacancies round ------ ,
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[uerior motive 30, In fact; many times more VOLVI\IS' SIXT-NLYE MTAKKB. FLORiD (o'tun.Al'lelL 18, 1947 NUMBER: TWENTY-SIX!

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e Van National Fleet, representative Recreational the Reason office for opened the vacancies here. doubtIBHS Dry Forces StageEnthusiastic I Lake City RotariansTo Diphtheria Shots I "Berry Boy" Poor Quality t
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tion, at the special Council is the completion of portions Be Guests Here
L last week were especially of the Navy housing project in I

(Tated. Mr. Van Fleet had Green Cove Springs Navy faroj- Members of the Starke Rotary To Be Offered Cuts Prices As
political, financial or I lies are moving out of houses and Club and their wives will be host ,

,ce to grind-that's why apartments In Starke and are occupying I to Jake City Rotarians and Ro

U.arks were doubly slgnlfl- these units on the base ; Rally TuesdayProving tary Ana at an old-fashioned iAtBHSApriI24A 1 1d 1r Berries
I He stated that never be- as fast as they are completed. In I chicken pilau supper' in the Wom i ReappearExceptionally

[11 a town this size, had he many cases they had rather remain -' an's Club building Thursday night,,

-.ter existing and potential In Starke, but the convenience that the temperance April 24. The party Is a "pen. I special( examination program ; / t peer quality fruit h"

lonal facilities than thoseed of being close to the base, movement In Bradford la far from ally" Imposed on the Starke club of the! Starke city school will begin confronted buyers returning to

by Starke. He was par- together with the reasonable rent, dead, an enthusiastic, cheering for losing an attendance' contestIn on Monday. April 21 the strawberry market here early I
.y impressed by the ade- causes them to move. crowd of 300 turned out for the which the two organizations Diphtheria this week, but a distinct Improvement

areas in possession of the Secretary Conner believes that Initial mass meeting of the Brad- competed last fall. Immunization will be offered was noted by Wednesday and I

and the city for the pur- some of these families would! be ford County Drys In the court- Joe C. Hoover, president of the to all children needing this belief that prices would strengthen"as

d t development. He was Induced to remain In Starke If house here Tuesday night. Starke club stated yesterday' that protection through nine years of I soon as this 'water stuff la I

his praise of the City rents were lowered a bit in some Organized last week by ministers around 150 Rotarians and their age. All day Thursday, April off the bushes'1! was expressed by ,

I i for its foresight In ob- instances, and if apartments and<1 l and dry laymen of the wives are expected to attend the will be devoted to this 2"1 Market :Manager] R. B. Alvarei.

such an excellent\ park houses were redecorated a bit in county to combat a projected Leg- event, which will begin at 7:30: Two doses of Some offerings early in the I
Diphtheria
. le It was still easily avail- other cases. islative act authorizing sale of o'clock I week were no bad that buyers

Most towns wait until all "I am confident that we could the county's confiscated liquor, the given from three to four week' would not take them at any price '

,. areas have been built on still rent anything half-way desirable Infant organization this week I apart, are necessary! to give full and growers hauled them away,

>en have to go far afield here if reconditioned and I found fresh fuel to heap upon the BBS Glee Club protection against the disease I presumably to dump. Poor quality I
to ob- was attributed to the recent" torrential
r-xhorbltant prices offered at a reasonable rent," the temperance fires when it was The second dose will be given before !-
the necessary location. Secretary stated. He told of one learned that a petition seeking a school is out In rains followed by a weekof
'.3 park site Is ideal for landlord who recently installed\ wet-dry election is being circulated To Give ConcertsThe May. 'I unusually hot mm for this

ment, he stated. I modern gas appliances in a unit among the county's qualified Diphtheria is a serious disease ti time of year. Some berries offer.
which can be prevented by simple ed this week had
that definitelyd electors early actually a
!her thing without the usual advance in rent. by W. M. Edwards, Jr. 1
the genial Mr. Van Chairman Wilbur A. Scott: de- Bradford High School Sen- and harmless Immunization, especially sour smell. Manager Alvarez stat t
'
"I have had rental out
good gfil ior Glee Club will be heard In its of children under ten ed.
of frlendlld clared
[yes the spirit the Dry's platform from Bradford County's "berry boys"and
the for the five
between the apartment past the stand annual Spring Concert Thursday years of age. Above this age, I IIs It "The Plant City deal la over and
speakers
that cooperation he witnessed here.I years, and now that new appli- "We intend to see Tuesday that Bradford night. night, April 24. In the USO-BHS advisable for children' to be ( girls, too) were back along heavy rains have cut shipments in 1

L like ances are available I don't mind is auditorium, at 8 o'clock. An afternoon given' a Schick skin test before the highways this week enticing Louisiana," Alvarez continued.
character
have Just County truly dry, he said,
Uls;' he stated, "and I I making it more desirable" and convenient "from either the legal or Illegal concert at 1 p. m. will be the protection la offered' for a motorists with liard-to-renlst pintsof 'As soon as the quality of fruit

| \ been In a town where I I'er I for my tenants this foresighted liquor traffic, and we will continue given for students. good percentage of thin over-age beautifully packet fruit held here come up to par, I look for

" atmosphere existed." He landlord stated. to fight against the returnof This will be the second concert group will already have a natural out Invitingly Typical of these at least three weeks of heavy

as he remarked that There is still a brisk demand Bradford's confiscated liquor to given by the Glee! Club this year' Immunity against the disease. youthful salesmen Is Leslie Phil- shipping at good prices. We
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was also the first town for housing from personnel basedat trade channels." He then Intro- for the purpose of raising $800to Consent slips for children up lips (above) 13-year-old eon of should huvo clear mailing/ until

had ever sat in a Coun- Cecil Field Conner reports. duced the Rev. W. E. Hall, pop be used for the purchase. of through nine years qf ago will besent Mr. and Mrs O. J. Phillips of North Carolina starts heavy production -
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i.J: the members call each rent "anything at any price" are Church. still In its "infancy", financially Monday, April 21, for their' slg business Into a tall spin during I During the past seven days a I

their first names and' definitely over. speaking, it will take many concerts nature. It Is requested' that par February and March, but the total of 3,174 crates have panned
The minister
oy speaking briefly
,.n. an I Issue without a lot The thirty vacancies now existing though forcefully, declared "The and lots of cooperation from I ents sign and return this slip .to young salesmen are back again over the market platform, bring-
.ment and hard feelings." here mean dollars out of the the citizens of Starke to raise the school the following day, If they now, thicker than ever Leslie' Inl& growers 1534815. Amounts
liquor traffic Is a financial Ions,
These remarks were pockets of every merchant In required amount. Therefore, a desire this service If a child In states that he averages around $3 hipped and the average price each
sir a moral sin,
a religious
wrong
'sweet music to the Starke and they readily admit capacity attendance at the concertwill this age group has not had any net profit per day for his spare dry wan an follows: Thura., Apr.
;'j and we owe !It to our children to
: 10. 92 crates O $4 Friday 239
and other visitors that they have felt the decline In be greatly appreciated. previous Immunization agalnRtDIphtheria time work.Faculty. ;
ears, protect them until they are old crates if j) $4; Saturday, 135 crates
cash sales since the families It will be advisable to
the _meThat.s The first concert was a great
[remarked upon enough to decide the Issue for
etj) $4; Monday, 1209 crates fl>
doses of the vaccine If
out. Anythingthat two
give
makes Starke started moving success, and the Glee Club, under
what themselves. We must put forth a $4.30 Tuesday, 879 crates ffiP $5;
can be done to prevent fur- the direction of Mrs. Ursula Bar- any child has previously been Im- Members ;
solid front he urged his listeners Wednesday, 600 crate & '6.23.
ther exodus will be imminently nes, has worked twice as hard to munized against Diphtheria, the t
the ecroachment of
unusualer worthwhile, the Colonel agrees. "against make this an even greater suc parent Is asked to write on the Totals for the season now standat
,vs that's even more whiskey on this county, either with t teatlmated
fees slip the date this was completed. Named For BBS 18,852 crates shipped, an
legal or Illegal
For all children, previously ,immunized return of $170,537.30.
Fund Driveits FestivalPlanned The speaker of the evening wasJ. The following program Is an- more than three years Buyers now operating on the f t

May Day H. "Jimmie" Bunch, Jackson- nounced for Thursday's concerts: ago, It Is advisable to give one Teachers named for the faculty market here include J, H. Due
[ Naming ville lawyer and nationally fam- Group 1.-Praise Ye the Father, booster dose of vaccine at this of the Bradford High and Elementary lan.y..T. W. Davis Bernard Peal* I

County Chairman ous dry leader., -active for many and Steal Away time. School, for the term of 1947- and a representative of Housto,. I

By JPTA years in the temperance movement Group 2.-onward March Oren- Smallpox .vaccination for al. 1948, were announced this week C..., Delaware. W C. Hodgesof I t
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Idling of the American He' reminded! his listeners adleres. Spinning Song, Rain and children not previously vaccinated, by the Board of Public Instructive Plant City will be represented

Society's 1047 fund cam- that "the'rtsponsibilityfor) a wet River, light i Bong, Caecho-Slo- later data and ,uprpval was noted.Mon?. M soon as quality! and velum lm-.._r. I I
.The. May,Day Festival, spon will be>uff red at a ,
was announce, this; week cored thw. ,.ear by the PTA to, county rests upon 'the"'voters"aa Vaklan DSnCe'Bong; Path Leading It Is requested that parents at day' by.Lh; School Board, following r..v.8o; **- .._ .
Junius Smith, county com- one-fourth1/ them must sign the Down to the River, Sweethearts, consent I the1 original endorsement on 4
'organization' also the
raise funds fore the this time sign
for the drive..Further de- Teen-Age Recreational program, Is petition' before the wet-dry election Children's Prayer? slip for vaccination. Smallpox can Friday by the School trustees.. Bradford Solons r t

Regarding solicitation will announced for Friday, May 2. can be held." He told his Solos by Glee Club members: start any time and Is much slm- C. S. Partin of Gainesville, Draw Important C

used with the appointmentd Since early in the present school audience that such an election Betty Ann Flynn (piano)-Lee pier to vaccinate and prevent well-known educator and at present -I

chairman. term PTA socials have been held costa taxpayers money, that legal-, Plus que Lent. (Debussy), Rustles than trying to clone the door after the assistant principal of the Committee Posts I

learning the vital function for teen-agers at the former USC ized whiskey takes trade from' of Spring (Sindlng). the horse halt excapnil. Please P. K. Yonge Laboratory Schoolat I

I campaign, Mrs. Smith said building<; each Friday night, offer "legitimate" business, that most Jear.ette Priest (piano)--Polish note the outbreak of serious the University of Florida, was Bradford County legislators -
i-k that the society finan1 ing various recreational facilities,, divorce today stems directly or Indirectly Dance (Schorwenka), Minuet by Smallpox in New York state at mined/ principal of BUS. Senator Charley K. Johns and '

attack on cancer in three games dancing and refreshments from Intemperance, that Paderewskl. the present time an published. In Teachers appointed were, : R'p. N. D. Walnwrlght. Jr.pent -
the weekend at their reMctlvo -
education, service .and re-, Funds received through the Festival true the! temperance home. "The training time Is beginsin come Lou Edwards, (vocalTo) A the newspapers this week Mrs Ethel Bigg, Mrs. Lillie homes here, following the I ItI..t

will enable the socials to be when the manhood and woman- Wild Rose (Macdowell), Haban A. Y. Covington, M. D. Dlr. M. Ilrlclges, Mrs. velyn Cooper, week of the Legislative 1"I I

educational program Is continued during the summer. hood of Bradford County Is being, era from the opera Carmen (BI- Bradford Co. Health Dept. Mrs. Willie Mae lenton, Mrs lion. Both men did considerable l

[l to give as many peopleble Everyone Is Invited to the sup called to make Its stand.' zet). Ruth Fraasler/ \Mrs mina Hart, )Ulse feeling", discussing local
the basic information opening the event at 6:30: upon Starke Red Sox rlrn. Ada Lawson, Mrs. Helen. Malone I
per There Is no middle ground!" In I Henry Bennett (vocal) -- By the nd stale issues with their Constituents -
feel. to protect themselves p. m. answer to the old cry of revenueto 'Bend of the River (Edwards), Ma Formed By MergerOf Mrs. Krnextlne ]M 'Rae. Mini ,
!Ir families from cancer. Bingo and other games will be be derived from legalized alcohol Little Banjo (Dechmout). Iadge: Mlddleton, Mrs Justine It. Senator Johns han the distinction

lancer usually is curable; featured.The he thundered "One boy or It suggested that persons unable Two Teams !alum, Mrs. Kdna: Prevail. Minn of being President Pro Tempore :

leer is almost always fa- event will be held In the one girl saved from a life of to attend the concert help Louise Kaulerson, Mrs. Evelyn",: of the Senate at thin session
,- educational program Glee Club Organization of the Starke Hitch, Mrs Leola Roberta Mrs nine
BHS-USO building. drunkenness Is worth more thana support the bypurch mil alno serves on Important
fzes that theme, tells peo- The Festival dance will begin at tralnload of revenue money". asing a few tickets. "Red Sox" has been announcedwith Mil KoblnHon, Mrs. Kunlce Searnjr rommlttees. He U chairman of
I symptoms and emphasizes I the Independents Mrs. Ethel: Sewpll. Mrs Kale A Traffic, vice- t
AA
march to the merger of Trannportatlun
the
9:30: p. m., grand Chairman Scott alleged that the Shc and i Mrs 1Tv. A r\f1 I..n.
>ortance of prompt and PP "' of Prisons it CLftvictll', I
medical treatment If any be led by the May Day Queen and Interests seeking to obtain slg Contest Winners and the new American Sire. Ursula .r-e.: A. W.: Bates; I vice chairman chairman of Labor it Industry '

danger signals" occur escort. natures on the petition were tell Awarded ShoesC. Legion baseball teams, with every xiycll Bryant, Mrn. Dorcas Car vice chairman of Insurance
role of May
Candidates for the ing protective signers that licensed for the city's) jam-up tier, Mrs Hazel CresHl'T' Mrs. ,
I service program, provides! prospect representation and a member of Finance 4k Taxation -
", diagnosis and treatment Day Queen will be sponsored by alcoholic beverages In the A Flitch and J. L. Andrews In the sport--once ad- Verna Demorest, Mrs. Blanche Judiciary C, Public Roads 8cHlKliwayn :
the Woman's Club, the JuniorWoman's county could add to the pension each were awarded a-pair of Wol equate practise facilities are ob Edwards. V. R. Ferguson, Mrn. Temperance, and Miscellaneous
i
er patients. This may In- the Rotary, the He called C. K.Hern ,
I home and Club, of the aged. upon verine horsehide shoes Saturdayby tained. Mary p Freeman, N. Carson LegUlatlon.
nursing care American Legion and the Lion'sClub. wall, who explained to the Alvarez' Store In a guessing Blanchard Law Mrs Ellen : -
Geiger, ,
|"tatlon to treatment cen- The team will play under sponsorship In the House, Rep. Wainwright
throughout I
sold
Votes will be assembly the system npon which content set up for demonstration of the Legion, the local Law Mrs. Ruble Mae Perkins, was named chairman of the com
town prior to the celebration. old age pensions are paid. showIng of the shoes' pliability following\ pout having allotted $200 for Alexander Purcell, Miss Jocelyn mittee on State Prisons it Con- I

research program, finan- giving all persons the opportunityto that revenues of an Individual exposure to Ice and water. equipment and uniforms. to be elgler, and Mrs. Carolyn Kinney''Die victs, and In a member of six I
the the American Cancer So- I support their favorite candi county have absolutely no effect I The shoes, frozen In two cakes combined with equipment already teacher' lint wan recommended : other committees, including Coun- '

most comprehensive dates. upon the pension amounts. of Ice the previous Monday, were owned by the AA's Uniforms will by Foster Shi Smith, ty Officials, Education B, Insur

of research porgram In the I I Arrangements for the Festival Scott told his listeners. "If displayed In front of the store consist of white pants and shirts principal and Superintendent Arthur once, Legislative Expense, Military t

I this country. In the are In'charge of Mrs. Archibald revenue Is the question then we I Saturday. The prizes were offeredto plus. red sox and red cap. K. McFtae. A Veterans Affairs, and Motor .

I months the Society has Johns, chairman' the Recreation could legalize/ gambling or prostitution -, persons most closely guessing Good material Is being lined up' Vehicles It Carriers.
1 3500.000 to finance 155 Committee, assisted by Miss and It would still be taint- the number of hours required be- Coach Including the Oats Rye Acreage Rep Wainwright stated that the
I by Grlger. re-I ,
projects in the leading fore the shoes would fall out of '
Audrey Carlisle. ed money. adlIt1ol'of, Halite Junes first bill he will Introduce into
cent
| ors throughout the coun- \ I II
Then he voiced the thickest the melting loo. L. M. Drake Infielders with semipro Must Be ReportedBy the louse will be one cutting the

Vets Entitled To plank In the Drys platform to By coincidence, Futchand An- I{I experience, and Gene Froggw, April 30thFarm..r. duty of State Prison guards from
el' of the Florida Board each guessed eight hours,
drews
He reported {
keep' the country dry. "It's dry outfielder Until the new community 12 to 8 hours per day.
:tor include Doyle E. Carl- Dental TreatmentFree now," he said, "and the safest 30 minutes and 20 seconds. The ) diamond, west of the high .. were reminded this that the House and Senate

Tampa; Dean Walter J. ) quickest, cheapest, smartest wayto correct time was eight hours and school In completed the team will week by County Agent T K. Me- panned a concurrent resolution Inviting -

i >' the State University, dental treatment available keep It dry Is for all of us to 35 minutes be handicapped and games will Clane, Jr., that April 30 Is the General. Johnathan Waln i s i

frost Bailey, of Miami. to ex-servicemen was announcedIn work against the petition. Don't More than 600 guesses were received -, necessarily be played at the op last day for reporting performancefor wright to address the Legislature 1

Cancer Society's\ goal for a statement released recentlyby sign It, and plead with your in the contest. i ponent's home stand. Conservation Practice No. 14. In the event the distinguished .
.on Is U2.000.00O. a quota Florida Veterans! Commission concerningthe visits Ms legislator cou..lnthis
the friends relatives and acquaintances with Waldo "Thl IM the practice warrior
1 tine on the basis of low ad- through Albert I-ee Crosby not to sign It." Vets Should Check have Two been practise clicked games off by the lo planting of oaU or rye In the spring.Masons. .. P I
costs, and the effl- Service Officer. I with 1944 and the growth not
County The rally concluded a ques- Insurance Policies cals. On Sunday, April 6, the Red fall of t ,
ending of funds.n The Information disclosed that tion and discussion session during Sox gave a good account of themselves harvested for grain or hay," Mc- AdministerDegree !

"all veterans of World War II are which eleven persons "spoke their Service Officer Says leading 8 to 2 at the sixth Clane stated. "The acreage must &f i.1 I

Will Open entitled to apply for and receivean mind" or presented queries Inning, but weakening before a be measured and reported to the to FiveThe .1' .
here "Veterans cannot be too strongly Office before April 30,
authorized dental' examinationby Comedy relief was provided County
the :
Offices Here Waldo rally which saw oPPO- Muter Masonic degree was I
Veterans' Administrationat when Conrad Letsch well-known advised to check up on theirG. together with sale receipts for ,
the God
sition win 10 to 9. Jimmy five candidates dur J
from and out I. Insurance for the purpose of In order to obtain credit conferred on
pointed aced
L time within one year farmer arose
shared In the
Patten, a Joint boardof any win and Casino the regular semi-monthly 1
if ing
manufacture, their beneficiary, necessary -
the changing
the Interstate Com- date of discharge. that nationally pitching. Heading the locals', ac- of the local order of '
meeting
and of naming a contingent :
of alcoholic ,
owmisgion condition develop- sale and transportation cumulation of nine hits were Gel- City Tax Sale i
for nine years "Any dental Service Masons last. Monday. The occasion t
Is and (alternate) beneficiary, .1
a great
Wr executive secretary of !"ng! within one year from date of beverages business "employingmany Officer A. L.. Crosby stated ger's doubles by Bryant and Gar- To Be PublishedCity was further distinguished ,\
ride Railroad and which, did not exist legitimate land Godwin. of approximately e
Commission discharge and helping the this week. "This applies especially I I by the presence 1 I
n his law office here May prior to entry Into neryl"! maybe persons grain and to veteran who have married J ]I Last Sunday a pick-up team, Clerk Carl Johns, who Is 80 visitors l representing five ,',

considered service connected market"by He was buying Interrupted hereby since taking out their Insurance, I I lacking many of the fled Snx! reg' also Htarke's Tax Assessor and Elates- -Florida New York, Cal- I'!' J I Iitornla

announced that he will If the veteran receives dental examination sugar Mrs. Ed Tenly who indignantly and who have neglected to name] ulan, was washed-out 13 to 0 by Tax: Collector, reminded taxpayers Texas and Kentucky. I '
4 ,
, In transportation law within one year from declaring "That's prob- their wives as beneficiaries. It applies Waldo sluggers. Lax fielding was yesterday that unpaid 1010 Candidates receiving the degree '
:Jon> to his general prac- date- of discharge. arose I haven't any sugar In equally to those whose bene- the main factor In the loin. PitchIng City taxes, are now delinquent. were H A. Lawson, Ewell Lawson -

"Veterans wishing to obtain ably kitchen why !" Iciaries have died since the In- assignment went to John "The roll of delinquent taxes' Or, H. II. Adams Roy M.

n- Who received his degree examination or treatment should my free will offering yelkled lurance was Issued. Those veterans Keene and George Kenls. Stark will be publl heil for sale next Ward and Loran L. Conner.

..nlverslty of Florida in submit V. A. Form 2827 to his regional A.83. Chairman Scott announced are urged to contact their garnered five hits with two by month" he said "Hut If those who District Deputy Grand Master

cu ed here forgraduation three Office." Further Information $34 the appointment of a publicity Service Officer and make out a Drake. have not yet. paid their taxes will V H. St. John presided.' I

MIII'NIng for applicants may be received committee, composed of Lucian Change of Beneficiary form." Canton GeIger will pilot the new come In at once before we begin Refreshments were served tahe
glen"
with T. Frank Lan from Crosby at the County\ Conner, chairman A. D. Martin Crosby's office "In the Court team, plus, additional coaching by publication of the, list they can approximately 100 members
oe the
&' in
attorney. He left In Service Officer's Office Mra. W, N. Johnson, an C. E. Mouse, Is open on Tuesday and veteran Judge E. K. (Preacher>)> lave the advertising and sale and guests during the recess per Jtrio'
accept his position with Court House Tuesday or Thursday HernwaU. I rhursday. Ferryman. :oats." iod. -
road commission. of each week.



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The Civic Groups AskedTo Legion To Stress I Health Program ed. "The: recent outbreak of mild mother, Mrs, nuiai,, '
influenza has subsided. In fair- here Monday, BI'Out
Bradford County TelegraphESTABLISHED Underwrite Recreation Angle, I Nearly CompletedIn ness to your child and your neigh. Mrs. Lonnie Hi,.,
School Lunch ProgramA Says New Commander Rural Schools bore do not send to school or was visiting her "1 OIl(
1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNan-EDITOR other public gatherings any child Mrs. John McKln ar.n\j\ lh
community-wide drive for Plans for a new phase In the The program for the examination who Is ill and might have a communicable Mr. and Mrs. Ian *
Published Every Friday and Entered as Second funds to maintain operation of local Legion post's activities, head- of Bradford County school disease," the health officer ton Lake were S. N, H," *
{'Ia..H Matter at the Post Office at Starke FIlL the BHS cafeteria has been ed up by recently-elected Com- children was resumed on April 8 urged. Mr!!. Mcl launched by the FTA, following mander A. L. Crosby and fellow with Dr. R. D. Crooks and the
. . . Mrs. Bernice
MEMBER"Siihnorlptlon 1947 announcement by school authorities officers were discussed at the County Health Nurse Mrs. Anna patient In the BroughtOll
that the lunchroom cannot regular bi-monthly meeting of the Walz, assisting The rural schools pltal In Starlre Shadycrelt i
bo self-sustaining since the withdrawal Legionnaires last week. will be completed on April 18 and Graham i end sin Joht
91.10 For Six Month Kinney is under ,
ffi Annually ?' ,
*
.
ng
of Federal aid. Naming as typical of the Le work: will be started In BHS on By Mrs. John McKlnney there also tns
A chief factor In the lunchroom glon's active participation In com- April 21. Examinations will continue a . . SC.
problem, has been funds needed to munity affairs Commander Cros- I until approximately May 12, For stamp
TilE NEW BOND-A-MONTII PLAN Pad !
provide free meals for children by this week said that the post's or until completed. Mrs Drew Walker of Mac- Ink. rubber steal
The new Bond-a-Month: Plan soon to be offered by banksto unable to pay. Money received by contribution: to school cafeteria 1 Preliminary screening examinations clenny was the gueat of her herons see The stamp TELEGkdpgCARPENTERS deism
their depositors will leave no excuse for anyone not to the PTA will be used for free fund, $40 was the largest"of the have been completed by the
fiends meals previously provided with original donations. nurse and teachers.In .
purchase Savings on a regular schedule. Under the
Federal aid. It is stated that with First steps toward organizationof the Starke school, complete
new arrangement, all the "bother" will be graciously remov- the existing: supply of commodities a Legion baseball team, with examinations will be made through
ed by the banks, and the regular purchase of bonds will bF the cafeteria can support itself Judge E. K. (Preacher) Perryman the 8th grade and the service will I. [I

made so simple and easy that everyone can participate.The -feeding as many as 300 dally as manager, was made during the be offered to the high school up-
If Is received from donors named on request of the students and/
-- help meeting. L. M. Drake was
new arrangement will be a boon to small business:!
to sponsor the relatively few business manager. .All, men Inter- or parents
firms and their employees, professional and other self-em free lunches. ested in joining the team are asked Dr. A. Y. Covington county

ployed persons, farmers and all other bank depositors to Certification by the Red Crossof to meet with Perryman at his health officer, requests that parents -

whom the Payroll Savings Plan is not available. It will operate -I the existing minimum need revealed office In the court house tonight note the defects discoveredIn
and follow i I
that from 18 to 30 children (Friday) at 8 p. m. The Post has the examinations
this way: The depositor who wishes to buy a bonda of the
recommendations
will dally be without ade- ear-marked $200 for the purchaseof the phy-
month signs a card authorizing the bank to deduct the quate food if the cafeteria la equipment.The sician. Minor defects now may r
Your REXALL Drug Store
purchase price from his or her checking account. The bank closed. Adopting as Its goal the Legion officers have announced cause severe disabilities In the rI

issues the bond at its convenience during the month and provision for 30 lunches, dally until that during the stress forth-will future.Parents Dr.receive Covington a written points reporton out. I
coming year increasing
the close of the term, the PTA
mails it to the customer. Thus, all waiting in line and other disclosed that the support of each be laid on recreational advantages all children examined."At .
inconveniences are eliminated for the bond buyer and any Individual child for the remain- available to members at the Legion present, cases of chickenpox !
bank depositor may now enjoy the same privilege of automatic Ing school months will be $8. Hall. Steps will be taken to whooping cough and measles ,,
bond buying as do the millions of wage and salary procure a variety of gaming tables are reported scattered throughoutthe i ii
Mrs Junius M. Smith. Parent- "
star i
Dr. Covington
county
and other facilities service of
earners now on Payroll Savings.
Teacher Ass'n. sale that
president }
drinks and sandwiches,,and various -
Sales of bonds + residents of Bradford totaled
:e> County American Legion Post 66 had -
only $8,962 In March, but it is confidently expected that donated $40 to provide for five items which will give a broader -
social character to
sales will show a sharp increase when the new Bond-A- children. Other early Contributors Legion

Month plan gets under way early this summer. I : Episcopal' Auxiliary $8; meetings.Crosby urged that the Increased EXPERTSERVICE

Methodist Men's Bible Class. $24: attendance_____nn be_ abetted.....-___.. bv_. an enlarged I
Mrs. L. A. Davis $8: Mrs.. E. K. I,
county-wide membership. I
Peiryman $8. By way of stating (he purposesof w I I
SEE THE Funds received this week were: the veterans organization he II I
State Farm Woman's Club, $8: quoted a portion of the preambleto I I ,
' Charles Lawson, $8, Mrs. J. W. the Legion's constitution: "For ye ,
MOROCCO TEMPLE] MINSTRELS Kincaid $5; Mrs. R. A. Green, God and Country, we associate our- 8 !
!, $3; Starke Shrine Club, $24; R. selves together to preservethe SHOP AT OUR
nl'tJ A Green. $32; K. <3. Duncan, $8; memories and Incidents of our
SATURDAY George Kopelousos, $8; J. D. Od- associations In the great wars !
J MAY 3RD om, Jr., $8; R. C. Buford. $8; C. to Inculcate a sense of obligation
H. Nasworthy, $8; and T. R. Connell to the community state and nation -
31 AT $8.The to promote peace and Chas. C. I SAFE DRUGSTORE
I
PTA will present the school good will on earth to safe- I .
ShepherdAt
< lunchroom's case at ensuing meetIngs guard the principles of justice,
STARKE
U. S. O. BUILDING
of various civic organiza- freedom and democracy."
Gay's Service Station
tions, and Invites individual con-
tributions from all citizens.

i Auspices of Starke Shrine Club Federal assistance In the cafe- ..
:
teria program ended March 7. BILIOUSNESS
"JI with the "reduction of rates of ,
t: TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT reimbursement to zero", and the TAKE alol Sightseeing Trips ,I
, failure of Congress to provide a ,
deficiency appropriation. Due to Charter Trips .

ij ALL DRUG STORES & rising costs, and insufficient appropriation U1SEE/ Passenger Trips. "Save !
OUC TO CONSTIPATION* $DIRECTED
Money"f
Florida schools requirements -
for the year have 0BIRDSEYE f i
THE GUIDON GRILL proved $8,000.000 more than was VIEW OF I iI iI
"t originally allocated. A. similar situation iI
I CAMP I
BLANDING AND orCC
I.
has been realized In other'
,states, with funds needed throughout I KINGSLEY LAKE $2.25 I
: the country estimated at $26-: ,
I
s
t;, 000000. II

1! Why SELL Worked-out TIMBER? raise A move the cost by BHS of meals authorities from 20 to See Starke From I I

to 30 cents proved Inadequate for The Air $1 and up ,

r It will show little or no growth. the cafeteria's support. Mrs. Smith i 1 *
{: It will die sooner or later or be blown said With financial aid providedby .
down by strong winds. the community price of the
: ALL MAKES
plate lunches will be reduced to
Y At the present time I have a mar 13 cents with the same quantityand Conway AirparkLACY
' ket for worked out timber. quality of food. Work Guaranteed Licensed Druggist i

Using contributions as received Quick ServiceEASTERN CONWAY iI
i I WILL PAY A GOOD PRICE FOR the cafeteria is now ,continuingIts R. M. STUART
policy of dally plate lunches. AUTO I
IT N-O-WJ Maintenance of the Commercial FlightInstructors
i I SEE Brooker cafeterias will Hamptonand like SUPPLY; I

wise be sustained by PTA cam STARKE, FLA.

Edwin W. Peck k Srnd I11I me come a pont to card nee you.and cerned.paigns in the communities con


I Phone 059-J! 1'. O. Box 463 Gainesville, Fla. CARD OF THANKS
We thank our friends of Tampa, ....
Plant City, Orange Springs $4
Gainesville Edgar, Lake City and /. 1 .
Hampton for their kindness and

14 R. B. Alvarez & Son mother beautiful who flowers passed for away our March dear Time

out
/ 30. We especially' want to thank
UY. and Mrs. Wiggins, Mrs. Mary 1
Transfer Williams Mr. and Mrs. Lester
& Co.
Storage Brown and Mrs. Hlllird Brough-

I t ., ,- ... I ton.-Mrs. D. W. Swindle, her sisters / for
CokeT:13
W 01"", Phone 179 and her brothers.
' Hit ;l;.tirw'JM"; O
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Moving and We operate local and long \ 1 i

f. distance Anywhere in 'D Dtene -_ r
StPto9ih e4e t jlt '
III; I p the State of Florida. \1 -fr

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Fast, Careful Moving -: I i
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i 1 EARN While You LEARN to FLY ( f .

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a On The G. I. BILL of RIGHTSWe I ,. \ \1

7//j; 1 I ,mil IIu! iaI i i1
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\ I yt
are now Approved for the fol NOW is a good time to '
o lowing:: courses: .. -
Basic Ground Primary and Advanced ''tf1- check your Fire Insurance -

Flying Also Private, Commercial --": i r \1: policies.
and 1.111: h t Instructor .-. '"
Courses. Approval No. 5650. h_-'_" -- FREE SERVICE


Class Room Instruction Tues. & Thurs. tom. r

y Nights 7:30 P. M. s i / I:

Charley E. Johns

CONWAY-LIBBY Y.IT SERVICE Agency \, \ \

Phone IS 8TABKE FLA.
PHONE 147 OK :32 iOTTUB USDA AUIHOIIir Of THI COCA-COIA COUfANV
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CONWAY\ AIRPARK :..... ......': STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COI .

ft*_itlna THB TRAVELERS, Hartfont

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IlV .VFK1L 18, 1947
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKK FLORIDA P,1GFTliRF.Fd: ; 1 1e

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the weekend here with relatives. Petersburg, spent. part of last ner and Mr.\. and Mrs\ T. N ney Lang died. He was the uncle,I Court House: To John Rrmminscn Williams! I
Mr. and Mrs. south 35 foot of Lot Six,
G. A, week here .
Gay and with her mother, Mrs. '
man In Hellbronn' !
rooker Springs 'I of Oscar
sons, Gerald and lived with him. from M.\ B. Jones, all of Block Block Two, Temple
and Austin, were Beulah Harrell, and with Mr. and Miss\ Gwendolyn McRae fronting east on -
shopping in Gainesville Mrs. Malcolm Harrell. I just got my sugar ration Three in Lawtey. Price indicatedby Avenue 35 feet, and extending: I
Saturday.Mr. .
W. Markey I dinner of Miss\
T. guest Mary an'I'1
|ny Mr made a buttermilk cake. documentary tamps: $3500.: !aback to Lake Str 'et. Price indicated. I
and Mrs. T. II. :Mr. and Alvarez (
Stephens Mrs. Earl Green and In Vanderbilt
. .
the To
of Atlanta rccelpe: I K.! T Shull from Arthur $11000.
Ga. children
are visiting at were vivltlng Mr. and
MEETING. ; :; liEU) their home here. While here Mrs. W. H. Hinton in Waldo Sun- . . }cup sugar t, cup butter, 2 I ---__ .-._n-_.-._.-._..-_--_.-_-_.-._-_.-_-._.-._..-_.n-_.._-.-.__-_._...
woman's Missionary So- they have as their guest Miss eggs, 34 cup buttermilk, a little

the Baptist Churoh held Ruth Shultz of St. Augustine'! day.Mr.. and Mrs E. T. Stewart Clay HillBy over tll tp soda in 14 cup warm I Let Us Repaint and Repair
t WE'reIn
water, vanilla 14| tp salt flour to.. ,
gulal monthly meeting at The Rev. and Mrs. Morris, of Gainesville Saturday. Lura Uurewm MohrI'oiutt make stiff batter. Cream Q1 4 t tH'e'll
La sugar I Ba Your Old Ilici/cle
Center Monday Crosse attended services at Mrs. Pitt Baxter last Nob. and ,
spent butter add 1
mmunity eggs one at a time
the . .
I
Baptist Church here !
,
week
Harrell Sunday. In
Beulah Jacksonville with her and .
oon Mrs beat add salt and Itbps vanilla
Make It Like New
-d over the meeting and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Parker and parents Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Wherein I read a add buttermilk, stir. Stir In I

I business matters were dis- children were visiting In Palatka Lewis. poem flour to a thickness I I 1
fantasy can hear the good add ALSO
next meeting will be Sunday.Mr. :Mr. and! Mrs. Leslie Green and I
The water
and soda, '
more flour.
the Beat
pines, and hear the
kith !Mrs. Earl Green Wed- and Mrs. Carle children, and Mrs T. W. Markeywere bird singing. well Bake In loaf pan and ice. I I NEW & USED BICYCLES

j afternoon of next week. of Gainesville, spent vanSlckle'j In Gainesville Saturday. 'I Bake In two layers and put strawberries FOIt SALE
with her parents, Mr. Robert and Joe Green of Lake There is no death; the between for shortcake. I
Try
and Mrs. Norman Rogers Richmond McDavld. Butler were business visitors down 'I i
this It's
ao easy quick, and good. '
p, jf Jacksonville, spent Mrs Carrie Ingram, of StarUe here Saturday. To Hue. upon some fairer God bIeRs you all. BIGGS & BAKER

was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Harry Eddy of Louise, And bright in heaven's Lura 'I 105 W. CALL ST. STAKKE. FLA.

E. T. Stewart and Mrs R. P. spent Friday morning here with crown -- ........------ "
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.r Lewis Sunday. Mrs M. D. Harrell.
Thev shine forever morp.
Mrs. Guy Harrell and Mrs. Bill Mr. and Mrs. Reddish Andrews, And ever near us, though Realty TransfersAnnounced I
1 I Blgham and children spent Thurs. of New River were visiting Mr The dear i immortal! spirits. I II
\ day of last week In Jacksonville.Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green Friday For all the boundless by E. A. Strout
Agency: To John Snider I
of Muskegon
and Mrs. Ware of St. night of last week. life -
Michigan from J. Har-
Mrs Rosa PlnhoNter spent the There dead. I
are no denbrook, seven-acre farm one and. the world's doily" ......po.. i
DRY weekend in Gainesville with Mr.
and Mrs Lee Green.S. one-hiilf miles from Starke!, on THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOB.
Palatka You ??/ find vounelt ?.,
CLEANING M. Mott was In Qalnesvllle Whenever I hear of a highway. the 'be Mnformd' canons :In youf' community' on world I olfolri whmyo.jr.od
cxv think of this poem. It Is To E. J. Brennan, Cleveland Ihi. world-wd., doify, rwwipoiMr raoulmly. You will: gain
BEST Saturday.Mr. .h, 0 fun.r reels U' *".tandlng' of today' vital
nDM'rT"r",
T ITS wC and Mrs. L. A. MIntz and Ing. I had word of the Bar'I Ohio, from Verne Cherry 140- ." ,". excfuiive. Uotur. on homemaklna.""/ educa
-- stun bu..n.I. ', muss, radio, apart.
two children of Jacksonville auto accident of Oscar acre tract on highway 200, four
were
he Life of Your weekend sof Mr. and Mrs. "Hoss," we called him. and one-half miles south of Starke. lull.- now M ,---------------_______
guest .11. .eoelal "vol. I 1t1 I The Chrlitlon Scl.n,. PuhlliMna Society )
lot lies Depends Mi dyAA L. R. Galney. came to Clay Hill he was To Thomas E. McGuire Detroit ar.' ...".11.. On*, Norway *"..'. Boston 15, Mo.. U. S. A. PII'uoln' -'
vO fff MlsoMmMS EVEN Mr. and Mrs.. Roy Green were boy. One time I doctored his Michigan, from Charles Kan- -I month. i., I 11 I I "."'"". 'I. Jl 1. for witch ploow send m. Th e ChrLtlon
r The Care They dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. hand, which was drawn and ba, 80-acre farm near Hampton.To la II fimibo ; Science Monitor for one month

Receive TIVfAIOS7 Charles Hardy in Gainesville Sun. ed.! I bathed it In salt water Richard H. Coolbaugh. of Nome........-.__.....__...___............__....

FASTIDIOUSHILL'S day ing fervently and silently. Enterprise, Fla., from Elliott Williams !- Sf,..,..........................................w [

Garments Carefully Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen with of all brother right.and I loved taught them his all.I ven-acro farm on Palat-. Clf)'..................-... Z_.... Slot*...._
Hand Finished Starke, spent Sunday here ka highway two miles from
relatives. have letters from Irene Starke :

Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis and gett a small girl In the Recorded In deed register at'I
baby of Jacksonville spent Sun- grade., She writes, "I'll never

day here with his mother, Mrs. get you as long as I live."

1HEC SANER COFFEE SHOP U. P. Lewis. Manning, an 8th grade girl Is Tailor-Made IAVI r\ Ii

Miss Hazel Crosby of Miami, proving much in her
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SEAT COVERSAll THM ATLANTIC EQtMIS ANY BSX1I ITO
of hcr.Slie Is the
151 WEST CALL Is spending a while here with hel'parents am proud
ST.
[Washington St., Starke ST AHKE. FLA. the Rev. and Mrs. C. A. ter of Fanny Manning, a TASTBO .ANYWHERB Of .THS WORLD" .

Crosby.Mr. I hear Joy Wilkinson goes to

and Mrs. Eldon Baxter, of win and was chosen the I :S
-- ,
Gainesville were visiting Pitt Bax- beautiful girl In school.! ] The Premium seer
ter here Sunday.Pine proud I am I taught her I
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LOCAL FACILITIES at the Popular Price
the 3rd, grade on up at Clay \ ,
C B y '. e e . My days are bu"y. Wo had rep s r

)' quiet refinement with organization funerals In eight days. This ATLANTIC -
'
LevelBy
-nabl/ this establishment to render a noon I rested' and read The I 1
ins are here and all the }"
Work Guaranteed 4IEANO EER
m and moderately priced service. 1\11"1. II. M. :McRao ,
will their nn..t'I.' I
. . e soon make WARD SEAT tray o ooed fh.ei
member tlio nesting mucking

Sic BIRTHDAY:-; tR at Lang' tnat sang to me COVER CO.
and night. I loved to sit I

Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Starling, Sr.. tree to watch the birds and i fl.IVS SERVICE STATION .,sari + '
DEWITT C. JONES I
entertained with dinner at their rels. I loved to hear the !I Phono 10 Court & Madison: 8t..
AMBULANCE SERVICE home here Sunday honoring their whisper. About a year ago .,.. u.ww---.rw
children J. E. Jr., Robert, William I t "
Funeral Director } Joan and Betty Jo, all of ,

STARKE PHONE 7 whom celebrated their birthday I ,

anniversaries in April. The dining
Our local funeral home enables us to beautifully decorated -

offer conveniences and services not for room this was occasion and a large H.( Announces Details of :

otherwise available. centered three-tiered on the birthday dining cake room table.was ";- ry' ,j"4l I ;f

I furnish the highest type service at the lowest price art In addition to the family, those

t ANY ]life Insurance policy In force issued by ANY com present were Mr. and Mrs. Rob- : '

as payment in part or In full on a funeral. Consultation ert Starling and baby and Mr. and $20,000,000 Price Reductions I
es no obligation. Mrs. Russell Thomas and chil


Advtrtttimtnt dren. t r J
BERRIES: IN AGAIN


From where I sit ... bY Joe Marsh,, busy The picking farmers again and in In this packing the section second strawberries are Installment PROD U C T MODELS M0'DI $ REDUCTION % REDUCTION r" 1 I)I \

of this season's unusual I

A Great Bunch! other'berry vegetables crop. The are spring looking crops good In, FARM TRACTORS 12 $10 TO $134 UP TO 10.6D I

too.
-Those Ex-G.I.'s t
r The Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall MOTOR TRUCKS 11 $50 TO $300 1.9% TO 3.6%

were in Palatka Monday and while ..
Lower Prices
there visited their son, WilliamG.
Blie Well and a bunch of the for the Clarion and one thing that Hall, and family. 2-RCW' MOUNTED 1 $52 &.4% I,

(horn: our town went to Pound euro Impressed me was the good The Rev. W. E. Hall filled his ,CORN PICKER on many types oiI.
iUra"y to a reunion of behavior ot those boys--theirpret- regular appointment at Pine Level

t oU.) '..-tl1lent. erence for a moderate beverage Baptist Church last Sunday morning
ere fttft about two hundred like beer-their friendly spirit. / and evening. I MilKER UNITS 2 $12 TO $11 14.4% TO 16.4% !I. H. Products J

jS.'ty!I D<'ys who came from From where JIlt, out ex G.1.'s Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas :
,
i around to a good old feast are molting as good a showing in and children were visitors at the lltl.rt ond MldrfUbtMl. .' .r.-7 mndct.1' :
Karnmt, Collins'; barn 1 expert peacetime as they made during home of Mr and Airs. Herman PLOWS 52 $9 TO $20 3.Ofd 1010,1% reduced $}.UO in each cue ((2,8'/. .
in Rising Sunday. + to *'/ ).
And they'ie setting a Thomas
.eerred a lot different to each the war.
to the rest Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick Cam Pl.nf.e-4 basic models rv.
oat of uniform. But they mighty good example and mod rar -- Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and I CULTIVATORS 13 $5 TO $10 4.5% TO 1.4% cluced $:;.00 in each cose (3'1. to
a' .rn at time: spinning yarns, ot us--in tolerance Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae were ".8", ),

."* and talking ovei the tlon, and good fellowship. Mr. and Mrs. L. L Con.Joyner's Cr.l 1A Drill*-11 models reduced
visiting
{!....in S juth Africa and Italy k $11 23: to $20.00 ((4.4% to 6.3'M.

ihf i Alcjtians.! an1H. I..w.-2. basic models reduced '
aiidL 94: 00 : and 3%). I'
JMot over to cover the meeting / lifted an.dk'I1.150ooZ.5'II. 1 .
O This i* a partial lift of price reduction Other ol right *v.*. reduced: $3,00 ,

-- Mkt. (S 5%),

CopY'; )"', /WI?. VnitedStatet Brewer oundution Pickup H.x "'.1'-1' model reduced I
WALNUT ST. Details of the International Harvester These reductions were made not be. $7300 ((4.17. 1I

(Adv.) 225 So. of making price reductions to savecustomers : cause of any decline in demand, but bes.lsPrepsI IU4 C*........-l basic '
policy model reduced. $122.30 (3.4%).
J approximately I $20,000,000 u cause the company believes nothing I ii .
i, el II Lens.-3 mndels I reduced]
Dixie Lily year have now been worked out. more important than to loNer tho prices $:'2.73 in each CUM (4 8% to 7.1%). ..

t of the goods people buy. t..il! .e. M.rv..l.r-1 model reduced
I Prices I have been reduced on 163 mod- $:.13: .73 (3.8%). :

ti Meal or Grits I els. These cover 12 basic models of farm While prices have not been changed Hammer. Mill.-2 models reduced! I .

I ____>_-P_ tractors, 123 basic models of farm machines on all products, reductions have been $5 00 In each caw ((1 "% and 3'%).

I When April showers come your way, do you have to brave 5 Lb. QCBAGS L 16 basic models of industrial trac !made wherever possible in the amounts llm 1 i$2 r.SO J((49 r-%1 )baxlc. model reduced t '

I I the and ram canned to go good marketing on hand.to. or'tide have you you over enough till the staples sun .J 7 I tors and engines and 12 models of motor possible. Prices of many of the most popular P.w.r L-1 model reduced ii t

I jh'Ms' again If you haven't, there' no time like the present trucks, as well as certain motor truck: products have been substantially $23.30 ((8.Y/<). '
: acquiring a "rainy day" shelf and no place like lowered. Manor(..........-1 model reduced
Jth. A4P for stocking it with fine food at thrifty prices t tB attachments. The new lower prices are $U.OO ((33%).

A TOAST to THIS TOAIT to use the product For examples' ; Dixie LilyFLOUR effective as of March 10, 1917. Altogether, more than half of the com Milker vases .......".-2 model* i ipany's
I)I l fAqt) I was about to buy a can f of A4P reduced $ en..etaa., ((113"1 '
cinnamon tout made BRAND peaches for a pie whenwith customers" will be benefited by .ndl96%;;). I, .
!T? Mill' : H cup powdered pointed out that the reductions which from 1 I ,
1 the manager range % to Let.kl. Milker Vamvm Pe..pa-2
tap. cinnamon
''I. with i tbsp batter, and IONA peaches that would be because Just umed. 23.8% and from $2.50 to $300 per item mnd".llIJ'educedU7.00Ineachc... 1 .
for purpose .
Toast Rood UlJ'/o and 11 7%) '
11 I? ARVELENRICHED 4' illces ofM they're equally Since nutritious then I've though been 25 lb. Print Bags t based: on the company's list prices. Slainl(>s!..!Milker f.ll>-2 mod ..r 1 II .
not as fancy.
qlk;lWf/ ;
reading the back panels of all The ability to maintain these lower elreduced.OOand$1000(18.5( % ..1
i WHITE and 238%; .
BREAD carefully and 2.19Best ) ., I
labels
on 1 side, spread profitably.very I recommend that you 1 r prices will depend on the supply and Cream Separate**-4 models re I ".'1 t
mixture on other read 'em and reap", tool Yoal price of materials the company buys 104e7d$1323In each can 87. to '1\ i
Ide
and cook un- be surprised how much helpful/ ) i
lea I der broiler till l It information they give. White from others and on uninterrupted pro Tra,*.. TralUr-1 basic model reduced '

yEL ENRICHED. AAP's TWINOVIIHere' duction at reasonable wage leveb. $U7S (U'M. f .t tt
WHITE
QUICK 1 '
AD beeau,1 Milk CaaUr.5 mo<(leN reduced j
'It to
toasts
quick
'I. Ind 'i. P r nteed fresh so with* a turnover folks who that'enjoy A&P a Bacon lb. .39 The prices listed here carry out the $!tOO to $18.00 (1 B'/e to 43%). I

|.e date on the wrapper click! ANN PACE GRAPE JAM announced policy that "Any price is too Mvtr Truck Alta lim.ii..-7 Items !. ''
Sift 1 cupking reduced from $823 to $288X( including .
?)
UB 7M" '' (and who doesn't high if (it can be reduced. As dealers In II'
AND alAPI' flour and % Up. 1.lti cut in H cup No. 1 White : / a change In p.tllcatJurLl:
:
thC to the manager of my shortening; add'I i this territory we will do our part! on two item I !I.. ;
Inte other dar: l made a cup grated o.W.\ 1 iiI :
sting discovery. He them and 2 to 3 "Jitbsps. rr'tlltta1IAAP's : PotatoeslOlbs. #! I

\R canned graded roils aeto make. cold water stiff "?SJ ]Bradford Hardware Co. Phone 8
ii
tonstaondaarda set ap by the dough. Chill 1 hr. .35
\D[ Roll oat; cut into J. B. Carlisle, Owner '
B.4 Grade AttSULTANA; 8 to 8 2-Inch round.. pllt 14 up.
'Id' +nIONA. Grade) C! ANN PAGE GRAPE' JAM, in r
sea bhotlMWive. can cut center of each and fold over PBreu, TELEPHONE 159 .
kilo fork prick top. .
lying the grade edge with ; '
lot ht licit oven. 600 F. ,
way are intend 10 mina m very t
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FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKR. FLORIDA FRIDAY
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SOCIETY and CLUBSEngagement Junior-Senior Mrs. Hill HostessAt Troop Committee Monteith Buys Rites Thursday

1\ Banquet UsesRobinhood Luncheon Organized For Store In Eustis For Mrs. DiXOn


of Frances Peek to Roy M. Ward ThemeThe Honoring VisitorMrs. Hampton Boy ScoutsA D. A. Monteith, local merchant, Mrs Ethel Dixon,, 58

Announced At Party Thursdav Afternoon annual Junior-Senior Ban- L. H. Hill entertained on Hampton Boy Scout Troop, various and for civic many activities years ,a left leader Starke In resident of Starke and ?B lift
County
quet was held Friday night, Thursday of last week at her solidly backed by Hampton citi- died Monday.| ,
Sunday to assume active the 011&
home
The outstanding social event cf turquoise crepe model, fashioned April 11, in the BHS cafeteria, charming home In Lawtey at a delightful zens, appeared certain follow- manage- of ho dUllgnt'
ment of his recently A. 3. *
the week was the lovely at home 1 ':'on simple lines tier corsage was where a clever Robinhood theme luncheon party honoring lowing a citizens' meet ing and purchased Wood, While tin 3 '
Lake Bargain Store InEustl *
given by Mrs E. 1<. Perryman and I ''ot pink rosebud was carried out in the program Mrs. Wm. Baggett of Shreveport, the formation of a citizens' spon- County Funeral services **.*.
Transfer of the concern, a hil
Mrs. F. H. Long Thursday after'I Pouring tea during the afternoon and decorations. Serving the La,, soring committee. there Wednes department store, had been madeto Thursday at 3 p m fl'9l11
noon at the home of the former were Mrs. J. W. Kincaid and banquet were twelve members of Easter lilies and wistaria were day night, April 9. The meetingwas Monteith the Thursday Kingsley Lake Bapt,8,
on previous
-
on Madison Street, when the engagement Mrs. D. E. Knight. The tea table, the Sophomore Class, who wore used in decorating the Hill's home held in the council room over with the Rev. L. n I HeDln!

of their niece Miss 1'I( placed In the dining room, was clever Robinhood costumes. for this lovely affair. Hampton's old jail and Scout Executives of Starke officiating.! BUrial

Frances Peek, to Roy M Ward covered with an exquisite lace The invocation was given by Luncheon was served buffet Art Rowand, Live Oak, Monteith has been a Starke resident in Klngsley Lake Cell1 tpry

was announced. The wedding will cloth and was centered with an Foster style from a beautifully appointedtable and Ted Osborne, of Starke, con for 20 years, arriving here direction of DeWItt C Jon i e!
SM Smith of
be an event of July 10. arrangement of sweet peas, fash- principal covered with a handsome ducted the enthusiastic get-to- from his connection with the Pen- era! Home. Pall bearers !

A profusion of mixed spring ioned to resemble a colonial wedding BHS, and the address of welcome lace cloth and centered with a low gether. ney Farms enterprise. He was an nold, Eugene Zanies( aniT" .

flowers, gladioli, larkspur and bouquet. A background of was made by Toastmaster Bobby bowl of wistaria and wild Easter The Scout movement in Hampton associate in the J. M. Alvlrez Griffis, Ira Wilson, and i. e
sweetpeas predominating, formed meline and a beautifully tied satin Frazier, president of the Junior lilies. began about three months ago Store for the past three years. He llvan.

the decorative motif for the entire -I bow completed the nosegay. Tall, Class The response was made by Following this three course with the formation of an un- was In the timber business for Mrs. DIxon was the dam*

lower floor of the Perryman'e burning, white tapers in silver Doyle Conner president of the luncheon bridge was enjoyed and chartered Troop of 14 youths under i eight years, and prior to then had the late Lee and tttnnl. pj.

colonial home. holders, edged with ping meline, Senior Class.
Mrs. H. M. Richarda, a cousin balanced the central piece. Add- Testament" of the Senior Class Joe Scanlan, holder of high, wan nings. gas, and had owned a filling station 189(). Her husband J jj ADW!
further charm wan read by Betty Horne, and the At the Wednesday night meet- He is married to the former Sr. ,survives
of the honoree, greeted guests a t ing to the dining presented with a doullle deck of 1 r her, and i. BJ
the door and little Anne John room and carrying out the chosen I "Class Prophecy" was made by cards. Miss Lillian Stump made ing the sponsoring committee was Miss Kathleen Alvarez, daughter: tor of a service station her,;

and Jane Richarde presented each color scheme of pink and white I Dorothy Lappe Anderson. "Rob- low score and received a box: of formed with Postmaster H. B. of the late J. M. Alvarez, the city's I was a lifelong member of the'r,

guest upon arrival, with a minia- were silver candelabra holding inhood" was sung by Miss Lou note paper. In a game of bingo I Wiggins as chairman; work was pioneer clothing merchant.At tlst Church.In .

ture folder, tied with white satin white tapers, and arrangements of Edwards. Miss Evelyn Stump was presented started on the official charter ap- last election., Monteith addition to her
ribbon and decorated with an old pink and white mixed flowers In addition to members of the a box of informals. The host-I plication which will go to national came a. member of the City be-I Is survived by six husbm

fashioned wedding nosegay. In placed on the buffet and side two claaaes. cruests Included Mr. "--"-a r---------nr..nt.IIM'-->--... Rao-irptf--00.-- witha ...... Scout headquarters in Washington ell, and was appointed to dnushtm
ride the folder was written "Fran- tables. The mantle was banked and Mrs. Fester Shi Smith, Mr. box of candy, a memento of the within the week; the Hampton Street Committee.. He 'was chair- Julius Kowach and Mrs Lit

ces and Roy, July 10, 1947". with magnolia leaves and graceful and Mrs. Arthur R. McRae Mr. occasion. Town Council sanctioned the man of the county's 1947 Red Grlffls, both of Starke; Mitt

The receiving line, composed of garlands of other greenery. and Mrs. T. H. Osborne and the Mrs. Hill was assisted in serv- room above the old jail as theTroop's Cross drive, and President of the Waters, Lake Hamilton: Mn

Mrs. Perryman, Mrs. Long, Miss During the afternoon vocal selections Senior teachers. ing and entertaining her guestsby meeting hall; and Jen- Lion's Club. Among his previ- J. Woods, Ona; Mrs R n t

Peek, and Mrs. S. L. Peek, motherof were sung by Mrs W. J. Following the banquet a formal Miss Beryl Wilkinson, also of Scoutmaster.The ningi was officially appointed ous activities was chairmanship ers. Lake Butler, and Mn
formed In dance was held in the USO build- in the 1043 USO drive. He also i R
the bride-elect was Churchwell and Mrs. Edward Lawtey. Dicks, Dundee: by three .
the living room. Charbonneau. Ing, which was also decorated in Those present to enjoy the par- sponsoring committee consists headed two wartime overseas re- Ralph Dixon, Winter
of Wiggins, T. C. Chastain lief drives. Haven;;,1
Miss Peek was beautifully the Robinhood motif. Green and ty with the hostess and honoree Dixon,
Bradley in
Assisting the two hostesses In Junction
and T. C. Chastain Jr. :
gowned In yellow taffeta and mar entertaining their guests were white streamers, moss, and ever-' were: Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, Shafer Dr. E. A. Mr. and Mrs. Monteith stated M. Dixon, Jr., Wauchula.! ; w
Rev. Fred Dodd
W H.
The taffeta bodICe was green branches effectively car Mrs. J. Fred Misses that they will continue
quisette. Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. J. M. Ritch Guy, Evelyn Maxwell and J. W ownershipof brothers, George Parrish.
t made basque style 'with an off- Mrs. A. W. Anderson Mrs. S. R. ried out the theme. Music was and Lillian Stump, Mrs. Halite Home "How- their home on Walnut Street, and Jesse Parrish, Punta Gad
ever, a committee is
the-shoulder effect. A bustle, Johns Jr., Miss Evelyn Stump, furnished by a six-piece orchestra Jones, Mrs. Joe Scanlan and Mrs.E. ," Scoutmaster larger needed and other property.

cleverly fashioned blue flowers Miss Lucile Mitchell, Mrs. E. L'I from Jacksonville. L. Matthews.Baptist and added, Jennings"All citizens declared Mr. and Mrs. W, E, Dm
was the outstanding:: featureof Arrangements for the two e- Legion To left for
Matthews, and :Mrs. H. C. Rlch- Interested in becoming a of Sponsor today a few days' B
part
the y o 1 u m inous marquisette arde of Palatka. vents were under the supervision W.M.U. tion in Miami Beach.
our local Scout I Dance
program please Next WeekThe
skirt. An old-fashioned nosegayof of Miss Jocelyn Zelgler, Junior
About seventy-five friends of contact of Mr.
Met At Church me Wiggins and
sweetpeas; worn at the neck- Class sponsor, who was assisted
the bride-elect called during the Jet us know first in series of
we can count on your a spring
line, complete, her: costume. co-chairmen Joe
by Billy Smith Times Have
appointed hours. The >ack In Remember dances to be Chang
Mrs. Perryman chose pale blue I Monteith and Ann Wilt. program and business meet- that our sponsored by the !
,
t crepe, with which she wore a corsage Among the out of town guests Ing of the Baptist WMU'was' held boys of today are our men of tomorrow local American Legion Post, will
of pink sweet Mrs. attending this lovely affair were The banquet was served by Mrs. at the church Tuesday afternoonat and Scouting alms to be held Thursday night, April 24

Long was dressed In peoa.pink and Mrs. II. C. Richarde of Palatka, Anne Bates, home economics Instructor 3 o'clock. with 13 members make them better boys and men." in the Legion Hall, beginning at,
Mrs H. A. Durden of Jackson- and her staff present. Chairman Wiggins enthusiastically 8:45: o'clock. Music will be provided y
34 black lace and her corsage was
of pink rosebuds. Mrs. Peek, ville Beach, Mrs. B. S. Carroll and The topic for discussion was declared that:'The people of by Julian Baumel and his it

j mother of the honoree, wore a Mrs. Richard Thede of Jacksonville Surprise Party "Other Peoples of Europe", with Bradford County can expect tosee orchestra, of Gainesville. The ac.z .
and Mrs DeWItt C. Jonesof Circle Three in charge. The Bible our Hampton Troop becomeone public Is Invited. 1

Gainesville. For Mr. NollmanW. studY. was led bv. Mrs. S. E., of the best in America." Other
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Sparks and was followed with i committee members were equally -.:::..
,.1' Peek-Ward H. Nollman was the honor prayer by Mrs. H. L. Hough. Topicswere optimistic about the Troop's fu- CAKEBAKED S
.... r
guest at a surprise birthday sup- ,
: Aa discussed aa follows: "Europeans ure.
TARKE... Mrs Sinclair L. Peek announcesthe per given Monday evening by and their religions", Mrs. Jennings said that the Troop ::
: FL Mrs. Nollman at their home .
on
engagement and approaching M. F. Hazen; "European Bap will meet every Wednesday night .
marriage of her daughter, Frances Madison Ave. tists", Mrs. S. E. Sparks; "In I at 7:30: o'clock in the hall donated

Sun. Mon. Tuen. Lee, to Roy M. Ward, the weddingto The guests, who were all ten- Southern Baptist Mission Lands",, by the Council, and earnestly invited But the Custom Hasn't<
20 22Make be solemnized July 10th. ants of the "Nollman Village Col- five Intermediate girls; "In Other all boys from 12 to 13 years

;: Miss Peek, daughter of Mr's. only", gathered at 6:30: o'clock European Lands", Mrs. B. T. of age inclusive, Interested in i For Photographs of1\

Peek and the late Mr. Peek, Is a around the outdoor stove and Thomas. The program closed I Scouting to come to the meetings. SPECIALFor dings and Other Event
jJ Mine Music graduate of B. H. S. and for the I when Mr. Nollman was called into with prayer by Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. Plans are on the fire for an over-

past few years has been secretary the yard "to see a party on buslI night camping trip within the next Weddings' Birthdays, WRITE T. H. OSBORM

Dlsney'M Comic Musical. In to the superintendent of public I ness" he was greeted by the The business meeting was presided few weeks, he added. etc. Box 423 or Call at

Technicolor Instruction of Bradford County. I group singing "Happy Birthday". over by the president, Mrs. LAPPE
.Mr.: Ward Is the son of Mr. and A delicious supper was cooked and Hough. Mrs. G. W, Alderman, Recent BirthsMr. BAKERY Hoover. Bros.. Studio
This I. America 'New Mn.' George W.' Ward of Dixie, !! served from long tables !In the treasurer, reported $444.74 on

Ga. He attended schools In'Dixie I yard. hand, and offering for the afternoon and Mrs. Edmond Sellers, ,' ...
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Wed. Thurn. Apr. 23 24 and Boston, Ga., and graduated Later In the evening the guests was 94.85. It was announcedthat Lawtey, boy (Kenneth), April 3.

DOUBLE FEATUREIt from the Georgia Business University were invited into the dining room the project for this monthis Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Abercombie, WE CAN'T SELL ALL TilE FOOD
In Atlanta. At*present he where the table was centered witha to visit the sick and shut-ins, Starke, boy (Darryl Forrester),
Shouldn't HappenTo is part owner and business manager huge birthday cake decorated and also the white women at the April 11 SO WE TRY TO SELL TIlE BEST?

of Carpenter's Drug Store. with sweet peas and pale green State Prison. Following reportsby Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Norman,

1qtr A Dog lighted candles. At each end of committee chairmen the meet Lawtey, boy (Ronald Lee), April

Carol Landls, Allyn Jonlya LADIES the table were tall silver candel- ing closed with prayer by Mrs. 11. For Those Who Are Fussy

abra holding lighted tapers. After E. D. Tenly. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brown,

It The Devil To Pay LET US the birthday cake waa enjoyed, Starke, girl (Patricia Kathleen), About Their FoodV.I.SI.T

I CLEANTHEM Mr. Nollman opened his many BridgeLuncheonGiven April 11.
Ronald Colm.... Myrna Loy '' lovely gifts and cards. Mr. and Mrs. G..1. Packham,

{ Loretta Young Enjoying this occasion with Mr. WednesdayMrs. Starke, boy (Donald, Jr.) April The

Also News and Mrs. Nollman were Chief and 13.
i ,
I Hallle Jones and Mrs. Ar
Yt Mrs. R. S. Songer, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Prevatt,
I Blue
Tavern
thur Holiday joint.hostesses Restaurant
were
J. W. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Lawtey, girl (Bonnie Virginia),
Fri. Sat. Apr. 23 26 i Wednesday at the home of the latter April 14.
M. Hendricks and children, Helen
DOUBLE FEATURE I on Water Street when they 211 EAST 10th STREET,
and Frank Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
entertained at a delightful bridge JOHN M. BROWNLEK JR.
WE HAVE RECENTY INSTALLED Stalnaker, Chief and Mrs. GeorgeW. I
NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTFOODBEERSOFT
luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. John Milton
, A SHOK SHINE Mares, Mr. and Mra. Albert
The GuiltyStarring The living room, artistically decorated Brownlee of Gainesville are an-
AND CLEANING DE- George, Chief and Mra. John Bear
with arrangements' of cal- nouncing the arrival of a son, I
PARTMENT.WE and daughter Judy, Chief and DRINKS
Bonlta OrvUlel endulae, larkspur, and stock, was John Milton, Jr., on Friday Apr.
Mrs. L. M. Thomas and
WILL MAKE THOSE daughter,
the setting for the five bridge 11, in the Alachua County Hospital -
SUMMER SHOES LOOK Joan, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Wonar, -
tables. cards of Gainesville
Six Gun I Tally-place were
Serenade .
LIKE NEW.BIGGS Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stone. .
f.fi With Jimmy Wakely i a floral design., WANDA JEAN-IUGDON We Specialize In CHICKEN DINNERS
& BAKER Following the two course lunch
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rigdon
W.
of
Mrs. Durden HonoredAt
eon, three progressions of bridge
Cartoon Serial 105 W. Call St.
Starke
announce the birth of a Al Griffiths Lillian GriffithsCy
James
were enjoyed. Mrs Lewis
,f; Mornincr PartvMrs. daughter, Wanda Jean ,
won hlffh: and was Dresented with ............_. ioU....., ._... q.mccn.roo, ..,____u'._ Saturday Uh nOSpltal_, Sistrunk.emmmimmimismsneuemmemsumimnoesnsaimemimi
& double deck of cards Mrs. GuySaJe I Ii
A. C. Durden of Tampa, made low and received a box Jacksonville. Mrs., Rigdon is the .:., ,llnllllllnll'IIIIIIIIII"IIII"'IlIllm'01IIOI''IIIII1I11'' "'' '' '' ,, '"
house guest of her son-in-law and former Miss Alma W'.rd.-of
daughter, Mr. and Mra. O. L. Beas- of note paper. The galloping Starke. ,WII/AJIIWIIIIIIWII7ININIWIU14iIIlYIIIIIIWYI' / '' ''..'''.,imui'' '''''''... "'''"..,..'''.....'''''''''I"'II'.J'' ''''' '' ''' L
goose prize, a box of stationery,
ley, was the inspiration for a lovely
rJtAelf went to Mrs. A. B. Baker.
Coca-Cola party ''Saturdaymorning
Those enjoying the hospitalityof --:;
fl1I when Mrs. K. G. Duncan "usmiuueauanuwiwu, ''' '' ''u' 'nauiamiau'''''' '' NEW SHIPMENT ,, ,
the two hostesses were: Mrs. Office
and Mrs. M. F. Brown entertained Supplies
R. G. Kldd. Mrs. W. H. Graham,
at the home of the former on LADIES & GENTS'
Mrs. Glen Wood, Mrs. Guy Sale,
Walnut Street.Arrangements.
:' SUNDAY Mrs. S. R. Johns Jr., Mrs. James

MAY 11TH. of gladioli and Lewis, Mrs. A. B. Baker, Mrs. Coins
6.. 6 r. sweet peas were placed at vantage W. C. Powell, Mrs. Merrill Struth,

Now ShowingA points throughout the lower floor Mrs. Fred Guy, Mise Della Rosen-
of the Duncan residence In dec- burg Miss Evelyn Stump Miss

Large Assortment of.UOTIIER'S orating for this lovely affair Lucille Mitchell, Miss Jean Irwin, Holmes & Edwards

During the morning refresh- Mrs. Joe Scanlan, Mrs. E. L. Mat-

DAY CARDS ments were served by the two thews, and Mrs. O. L. Haynes Sterling Inlaid

TOILET hostesses to the honoree and the

ARTICLES following guests: Mrs. W. G.Alderman -' W.S.C.S. To MeetThe 52 PC. Set Service for 8 ,

l CANDY, ETC. Mrs. W. J. Churchwell,
Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. Carrie WSCS of the Methodist 68,50

t Let Us LAY-AWAY Your Mother's I Ritch, Mrs. I. P. Shepherd. Mrs.L. Church will hold its regular busIness M

Day Gift NOW To Avoid Disappoint A. Davis, Mrs. L. W. Koch. and program meeting at the i iBa
i Mrs. S. A. Weldon, Mrs. O. J. church 3:30: p. m. Monday, April
ment Later Griffin Mrs. J. T. Guy Mrs. E. 21. Circle Two will have chargeof sets

Brownlee, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, the program.Woodman. Hundreds of Useful oy :
Urs. Mae Dickens, Mrs. O. L. I

We Have A Few Beasley Mra. J. W. Kincald, Mr. Ii i Circle Office and School t,

, W. E. Middleton, Mrs. Anne Par- J f

i TRICYCLES Left ker, Mrs T. A. Harris, Mrs. H. The Woodman Circle will meet Necessities Too Watch Bracelets I

t Which We Are Closing Out H. Young. Mrs. F. H. Long. Mrs.J. Tuesday night, April 22, at 8 o'- Numerous to /JIention. I ,
H. Ritch Mrs. E. K. Perryman clock. All officers and membersare I

1 At Less Than Cost Mrs. Caro Chandler, Mrs. W. F. urged to attend.-Mrs. Maude If We Don't Have What ,I,I
Godwin, Mrs. O. W. Brown, and Lappe, president. Fountain
Mrs. A. A. Durden. You Need We'll Get

l Christian Church It For You Pens 'i I

U.DC. Memorial Day ..

Koch StorePhone Services for Sunday at the First I
Drug Memorial Day exercises on Fri Christian Church: ,

day the Apr.U.D.C.23." will be sponsoredby Bible School 10 a. m; Morning Bradford County ...**mr"' '"''','m' ''.* WATCH REPAIRING _____.- '
Following
a pro- Worship 11
a.
53 m.; sermon topic
We Deliver gram in the school auditorium at "God Has
Spoken"; Evening ser-
2 p. m., flowers will be placed on vice .7:30 GEM JEWELRY Co.
Two Registered and Graduated the of veterans p. m., sermon topic "Be- Telegraph
graves of the War tween Perdition and Salvation".
J! Pharmacists Between the States All school All members
and friends \
on Duty urged to F1PAGE
children are requested to bring bo present. Rev. J. B. Dixon, 128 w Call Phone 29 109 E. CALL ST. PHONE 170 STARKE. -
flowers to school that day. supply pastor

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ITS of LOCAL NEWSand Mrs. W H. Graham and child Mrs Fred Guy left Wednesday I Bible Story Hour 'Make Mine Music J
I ren and Mrs. Glenn Wood spent for Philadelphia Pa., here. she I I

Tuesday, in Gainesville. will attend the wedding Saturdayof I r1mlze tJ 5 a s; Ninety-two children and elxht Is Park Offering

I Mrs. W. P Randall of Norfolk her son, Emory Guy to Miss\ | adults
Mr. and I participated In the Illustrated
Mrs E. S. Matthews Mrs. Cecil R. Smith Va., Is the guest this week of Mr. Jane Cook of Glenslde. Pa. I Bible "The The unusual offering at the Park f
I II Crucifixion
Mitchell and MissMltchl'll Jr., of Gainesville were guests of story e
f !M spent last Friday Col. and Mrs D E Knight Tues. and Mrs W H. Graham I P. M. Barefoot and granddaugh- ]I of Jesus" during Tuesday Theatre Sunday through Tuesday

day. Mr. Smith who Is serving Mr. R. G. Kldd and Mrs. Mat- era Margaret Ann and Sue Ellen I 131 .BED afternoon session of the nondenominational sure to be equally popular with
Il'gville
P. Landrum In the U. S. Navy will leave this tia Gahagan spent Monday in Jacksonville Phillips spent Sunday afternoon Community Bible oldsters and youngsters alike, It*
and Mrs T. In Sanderson visiting Mr and Mrs 'PAY fOR School held In the
Methodist
the week-end In weekend for San Francisco by recreation Walt Dlanry'n "Mak Mine Music", I Ia
spent W. F. Barefoot
Cvin iiy, with Mr. Landrum' plane for a new assignment. Mrs. Fun! Music! Blarkfact Minstrels! and family H{ PoLU building clever cartoon comedy In tech-

1 Mrs. J. A. Lan- Smith la the former Merry Beth Don't Miss Vm May S at t'SO Gus Beasley of Goose Creek Buzzy Green ami Bonnie Pack-
and nlcolor Completing the bill will I
Mr Knight, who was a resident of Auditorium The Monaco Temple Texas, is the guest of his father ham won awards In a singing contest -
be the latest Issue of "This IsAmerica" .
Starke before moving to Gainesville Minstrels are sponsored. by Starke O. L. Beasley and Mrs. Beasley. and, cup cakes were servedto "
Andrews and
land Mrs. Romey with her parents two years Shrine Club Mr. and Mrs T. J Griff In,Miss( all children. Parents are urgedto news.

\t. and Mrs. Joe Martinez Mrs T. T. Long and Tom Annie Darby and Mrs Carrie send their children to the Wednesday, and Thursday the I

-uests of Mrs. Andrews parr ago.Mrs.. J. R. Wainwright and and Dave, left Wednesday sons for Ritch and !son! Dr. Thomas G I school which will meet each Tuesday Park will present a double attraction -
and Mrs. J. D. Harris at 3 30 teaming "It Shouldn't Happen
Ritch of : In the
daughters Mary Catherine and Baconton and Albany Ga. Whilein Washington, D. C. attended p. m. recreation -
Beach Sunday. to with Carole Lun-
Iksonville a Dog"
the building until June.
Baconton will birthday dinner of
Betty Lou are spending this weekIn they visit Mrs.Longs
It's May ST TheO ills and Allyn Joslyn with. "TheUe'il
Happening Mrs. C. C. Mendoza in Jacksonville
Tallahassee mother Mrs. W T Jack
as guests of Mr
Minstrel. at the to Pay", featuring Ronald
Temple and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright. son and in Albany they will be Sunday night. Presbyterian ChurchIt
Sat. Column, Myrna Loy and Loretta
8 p. m. See them Mrs. the guests of Dr and Mrs. D. C Sro ad, Special Sale Sun Oil", The only: reason I get up out of

at the t'SO Auditorium. Harry Lappe Mrs. Lorenzo Forehand. Hex-Ilarle-y F. Strong, Jew Her. bed each morning is to go to work is expected that the Rev. J. Young "

_ Temple, Minstrels spon- Green and Mrs. J. D. Odom attended for mjr employer. Marshall Llnton pastor' of the tI"

|0 fctarke Shrine Club. the State Convention of :Mrs. Daisy Llpham of Dade Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling I j Therefore I have: decided that Diston Memorial PreMbytt'I'lnn'' English at the State University
by the Eastern City U the guest this week of her spent Thursday and Friday in
Star in .
Tampa last Krlrmt of the church
employers should from are invited
. Johns will enter St. my pay me Church Philadelphia will be guest
Ruby,, I
its In Jacksonville: week. brothed, N. D. Wainwright Sr Jacksonville I the time I step out of bed in the speaker at the First Presbyterian to Hharo with the congregation the I

Hospital medical! checkup.B. See ad. Special Sale Sun Olottse Mrs J. M. Brownlee and Mis Get ticket now at Drug Store. morning until I go buck to lied at Church Sunday morning at It ,,' pleasure of hearing Dr. Llnton.
for a J. K Wilson spent Saturday after or Guidon Grill far BIG Morocco night. This is what I call my "bedto
llarley F. Strong Jeweler. clock Dr. School in
of Brooker Linton haw cloned Sunday' held at 0:43 I
Surrency. noon in Gainesville visiting Mrs.Brownlee' Minstrels. bed pay plum"U'alike the "por-
Temple May 3, OO!!
he guest of his son, A. E. Homer Rodeheaver noted evan young grandson and AI..Utm'lum. Pretent Jack.Honvlllo .I tal to portal" idea, only more so. more then a quarter of a centuryas In attendance and Interest has been t
by
Wednesday. gelistic singer was a weekend pastor of this Important church a. m and a decided improvementnoted )
ley here Mr and Mrs. S. T Dell. Morocco If I get up out of a nice warm
Tempi,
Special Sale Sun Guar guest of the Rev. and Mrs. W J. Ho and, his wife arts. now visitor recently. Parents are urged, I
ad bed somebody ought to start
"See ad. Special Sale Hun Glaitse Hor(nl by Starke Shrine (' spon-I I pay
Jeweler. Churchwell.Col. In Gainesville as the guests of to coma with their children, t
JBarl 'y F. Strong .._llurlry F. Strong Jeweler. Ing me at that very moment. If I *
and Mrs. H. P. Girton of and Mrs. D. E. Knight those the Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and I eat to gain strength to work their daughter and, her huihntvl, Young People's meeting at 6.3Op : ( I
Among
Petersburg, were visiting spent Monday in Jacksonville. Presbytery and Presbyterlal attending In Mrs. I. P. Shepherd left Wednesday somebody ought to pay me for who Is Dr Herbert, a professor of m every Sunday i
and Bradford for Chatahoochee and Gret- that.
i In Starke For wedding portraits see T. H.OKbnrne. Green Cove Springs Thursdaywere I
Mr. and Mrs Griffin will visit
na.
their farm Gosh maybe somebody ought tops
and inspecting See ad on Mrs C. F Mrs K. '
para : Ward '
Irexsa last weekend. Mr. Gr TIn s brother-ln-1 and me even for .sleeping sine.that .

la J. Andrews popular local I Mrs. Ludle Lemacks and Mrs. G. Duncan Mrs May Dlcklns slater, Mr. and Mrs Eel Griffin in too makes me better able to 'I.f

has rejoined the staff at Sybil Richardson had as their Mrs. V. S. St. John Mrs. Robert Gretna and :Mrs. Shepherd will jrvrk. Every lirancll of

guests over the week-end Mr. and Kite Mrs. Guy Andrews Mrs W. visit In Chatahoochee.

[ty Barber Shop. Mrs. Alvin G. Lemacks of Jack J. Chandler Mrs, W A Bonham Skeet Club Members t
See ad. Special Sale Sun GliiHnen -
sonville and L. B. Bodiford of and Mr. and Mr*. Edward Char- INSURANCE
-Hurley ". Strong, Jen,i.It'r.l
High Springs.Mr. bonneau. Mrs. Charbonneau was Enjoy BarbecueMembers .

and Mrs. E. M. had the guest soloist at the luncheon Mrs. R. M. Lee and 1Ir.V.. R k
\ Davis
OUR WATCH
Dr J W. Kaufman pastor Dowling spent Wednesday In of the Biatlfonl Rod I

the Best as their guests Sunday Mrs. Davie'brotherinlaw and Fred A. Scott were representing Jacksonville. and Gun Club, and their ladies enJoyed
eserves and sister, Mr. and H. C. WALL\ AGENCY -
Mrs. C. H. Reed of Tarpon the Starke Church. a skeet shoot and fish fry
.- yesterday afternoon at the Club y
Src ad. Special Sale Sun Glas- Rotarians Hear

Springs SPN-llarley F. Strong Jeweler. grounds on Highway 200 Please Phone 146

Friends of ]Mrs A. E: Wall will Head Coach Guests were served a repast of

regret to learn that she is seri barbecued mullet French" fried potatoes
Of UniversityRaymond
ROOMSBy ] ously ill and< was carried to River- I slaw and coffee. Committeemen -
4 aed
aide Hospital Thursday for an operation (Bear) Wolf!!, hl"adj In charge' of arrangements
were L. M. Guinea Ruddy Bishop CLAS flED
REPAIRtrustworthy football coach of the University I
Day or Week II Dr. Thomas G. Rltch formerlyof I and' Charles Darby I

Lakes Great of Florida wan guest speaker at I II Grounds of the organization are I II
Service Great Hospital Foil ><.WIIIt( W" huv, a II'i w ONJT. KOIilll, uotomobllr. au..-
AtDavis Lakes Ill., has been transferred I the Rotary Club Wednesday giv now undergoing extensive improvements 1'1111.0 Hili." rn Including construe In.'An.'I"n. '| 4e Ion U' ' 1 to Washington D. C., where he ling some humorous highlights I IiOIIII'III'I:1: : IIAIIII') :sriiv'it' I'i:, IIP ...11. Ift
F. lion of clubhouse 4 travel walkways ., ., t
rley StrongP Hotel will take special medical trainingbut that go on behind the scenes In a a Court: at "M.l.llmnll l'f '
'1<11'
I'AY Hnn
and the Installation of water <'i bof''riyou
before assuming his new assignment
coach life and also depicting HHll your. JllllUiMl, rare, 111.1.,
P JEWELER he spent ten days here some of the trials and tribulations" fat'ilitlos. roll MALIIWK. 7UO JO 11'11"1 l Ittlron 'lailliiliirn. ., tiKlnl, 1 and, ."- Jar'k.oll| I
SINCE 1941 Newly RedecoratedAir with his mother, Mrs Carrie The average round stores of lust : our 700JIB truck til-' : 'thrnn700t& MlHhixl. |grin's po/d
.. Auto W..kll..r I'll 1-hnn HlllvImkMKii '
I I Koiil pickupth IN l wuMltflXllt
Cooled Rltch and Mr. and Mrs T. J. weeks, skeet shoot: |pu....ngsr| 1111,' lllMH" these ,nl 41' -W. 1"1'11.,. tf
In Florida succsnlonof
137 West Call St. discussing Harry Houston: 23-2IM8:\ I IIr.'H ..111(11''Iv iiMHil bin err Hi 1'-i
While here he
Grlffl.1. went to .
.
gridiron losses last neuron ro..t iiiiitlltl. Al Hln.iluli Hulk' 4-nlt! H \r. \V. liiiva tho roodfrvrr.
Hialeah where he visited his brother Buddy Bishop: 22-18-40 Plant If now rniulv AIMO yang tml,, J I
Coach Wolfe stated that he was M G McMillan: 2221.40 .litH 3 weeks old. and (ild. .r. W"N.tlln' -
and
slster-ln-law Mr and Mrs.
INiuttiy. i'linu' J miles north
making no alibis I or apologies. FOR .KM.i.: -. i."t with 100 font
N. T. Rltch several days. After L. M. Guinea232141: if NValilo, tIll 4-111.
"We simply have .' job to do." he froutnice on C'r>Mnl Lake with t ,
: :
ten weeks In Washingtonhe N. F Tyler: 23.24.47 larva lug :ru Pin' \\lll HiurllU" for
spending stated "and we aro confident that N. I). Jr fulltract "I t4AI.I'1'(0: ton lung wheel l.nF.ircl '
Do You Want To Line With F M Walwrath: 18-21-3!) en Mi WalnwrlKht .
New Conn. .
Up for will four go months.to London given sufficient time we can It. L. Walker: 172037. "Stork" tf 141111 nick I ullulillv: with. .tl1.I04 70ll motur JO in-ilv Al.| I

work It out. He stated that every tires and tiihvi.wariln Maurice" id:
For home portraits see T. Ti Blailio. tfIIAItilAINM k
LIST toll. FARM CITY AND :
effort is being made to obtain the .
Osborne. See a The Drys of Bradford County? O. L. Beasley and, son Gus Bean I rndlo-phoitovraiihitf, Iay a,* llttl

ley of Goose 'Creek. Texas spent the field. next: ( se.aRon. t Offered Farmers r IBTROUT" n lion. II.vuiirantniid H wn..k.,iimplflit,at ,your atlfifik-minify I I", I

the weekend in Lake Alfred visitlrg Coach Wolfe discussed the expanded Free Of ChargeLimited L .bark. $.1I1 I.U.II.: .) ItADIU MI<:H'VICIJ I

Mr Bcasley'a son and daughter athletic program at the heiw:: Court at Madliion .trees I

Mrs. Charles University stating that more emphasis : quantities of two new .n..t .d..I" .f ...a.. _. _
in-law Mr. and
11 l Out The Coupon Below And Mail To la placed on football than' Pangola' and fry.*>rot..... rims .... t. over HAI.I'HMAV. WANTI'iD: ir.VOirAHM f ;
Beasley. i pasture grasses /S.IMIO ..! .C horn1'.510..- AiiniriollH' ran make
IKm't fall to hear the Morocco any other sport because It must I Coastal Bermuda will be avail- .4.......... n>y.... from all .... 4bw.ld. rood inoitv with I you a Ksaal.lah: : I
?ADFORD COUNTY DRYS Starke of the ". II...... hllNln.V ittnrtd .
"pay the way" for the lest help you get
Band at the IIIDllt..1Show able free of charge to( farmers
Temple sTRoirf .ti .
E. A. REALTY A:ENCYItI'pI'PN..nt..1 N i .p..I.II'* nw d tit atnrtHt '
May 3, at VSO Auditorium program. I who( call for It at the Florida Experiment .ady work Writ ItawtolKh/ I t

Fla. No Financial Obligation. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden .have The Florida Coach was Intro Station In Gainesville Locally lly ""lIt. FAU-223-J::, Momphln. Tenn.''

returned to their home In Tampa duced by Alex Robbins who had late this month Specific dates F. t*. IIOIXINOHWOKTIl!\ ---lr :

the ten charge of the for the will be set at which time thegraslll' 118 So. Walnut St. UOHT-Ut. -1 irtlln. mom ladlesring .
- - after visiting here., past program b"1", and HiarkoHw
days with their son-in-law and '' will be plowed and growers ?t Ship Hat. Kcward. NotifyHlnrkf i
day.A MATTHKHHK8 of all, kind. r.no. .. .',.
ta.se I. lfKOH > f,
enroll me as a member of The Bradford County daughter. Mr. and Mrs O. L. brief talk was made by J II will have to rake up the material VMtd, furniture uphul-t-rcd' and

'S.me Beasley. They were accompaniedto Dupre newly elected president of and load It In their trucks r..rinlh. MATT11B.H8 CO., J'oE In pnrfat t condition. Itessanabls. *
T. K. Mc.
Tampa by Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs the club who takes office in July. See County Agent 130 Palntk Fla. HINMUKANCfer AiHlrcwa Mi tor Cu It
who ia attending the state teach Clane Jr.. for the exact dates I
material will be -1 writ. all linn; flr., NOW U the time. In f.rtllla.Sialeaa
: ------------------------------------- ers' meeting there this weekend. On-the-Farm Vets when the grass! automobile" llutlllty, and llf.. and rttmnlllu*. Nun v. for ll.ll-
Mrs A. Z. Adklns Mrs. Edward available. The Station will arrange w". m. for your. ln.>uranr. n....UH. an.. Ara lea A (*am.illla' Kfrtllli -
N. D. W.lnwrlifht, Jr, 131 L.uittt rllntrunk. Feed A "Mniul Htor
r
the material
dress: Burns Mrs J. E. Wilson! and Mrs Inspect PasturageThe to hAve planting nil mr....l. I'hmm IIK tf 2t 4-2IV '
------------------------------------ I Fred Guy attended the luncheon plowed but It will be necessary :

W. for folks to take their own Fort 8 A MO l-uxlroom nou... BW roll HAMS t bedroom nult. antique -
party Tuesday given by Mrs. 20 young farmers .sharingin our 4. Bay JoII. HI..rk.. .:.c.ll.ntfMndltlon. | dunk riiicK kltrhcn oablnnt..
In Lake rakes and forks for raking up I7.lni.li uliiutrlu. fun, r.""-
Veterans' OntheFarmTralnln Kippnrai
the .
------------------------------------- I M. Joplin at her home occupied by owns until
( ; and loading, the grasses leinntly AltrAntlVA, aoliv.*nI'nt IniC Mm. A. H.. Crown, 'It I N.
City. I ;:,program made a county- lot "For Information. writ W..lnlll I HI, "Mtarko' le|"
I
II I wide Inspection of clover and r! .I .Iiovlln, I Iflll Vyr\ .ff. rjalnoii.vllln. 1
.. or T.lf|>>li ron THAnra on HAM:-to acrwof
grass pasturage last Tuesday to I TOOK OUT FORKELLY'S ) If, farmland, rlenrnl and, f.*nn..*il.
study the advantages and methods I. FISH MARKET two IIOIIMPN with mall. srntvry.
COMfU'L.1: H I'. ItOWIvl I .. -I and irrtMolln* station eon".t.
of enclosed pasture as con Minrltimllot. Mm'k .1'IOIIHM, Htiirk' 4'3il
\\111 <>|M-n for business l m April Mxillilin. ..n"l ii.i..I.e. Htutoami lip
cerns the advance of Bradford r uiinty Hi.... .N. I i 1t.1I iuJrfl .
.N. y
SALES ) Dressed '
learance 18. Fresh Fish oysters I.NT: TH KIT VflM with AKIlOTUmfir :
houi" north nt e..k.N11..1'*',
stock
live industry. | C"h-kt'n., ... Itt 2011) tf Kip 4-18\ .her. rnnn and womoit. AKIto: .
11.:1114: for thon" on their tent
The program which provides At North City Limit anilTrinpln long hmira dully Thalr vlv.ty., '
SA. 1.10-NUSnr: nrnil' and lili'kry
FOIL '
monthly pay from $35 to $9O. and Avenue i .",.. .,.-<.II.hl..n.id lnn.raolti..
<* .OUk'.d l houldr i and nd4dling .
.1LE SAI.ESALE SALE .. ...hl..n avi.ry Mfi. provide 1 .boiivnnt -
SALE SALE SALE SALE up to $139 for disabled exservicemen Al>" to UTii. per Ib i'uroInrl arrhfia, *
nuplKirt to h.lp conserve
the educational benefits k'J pur 601'. can Phun.) 13.Hl .. that "font
*"fff** r "I- plus
fff* ** I If lnrer.t.
,, 'juj f m .. ; long <:!MV.Kri .
has been supervised locally since ..
dmnnstrallnn M* or wrlta
September, 1943 by Clifford L. ,i PATTERNSBY ANY TVI'lO damp" Irurk huiillnirAt 'K J. I'vllum, Park. Bt. Htarh-.
Oil Ranges >lo rill llrt for mil In. ilullvxrrilHrudford Itp
Platform ROCkerS 5-Burner Currle agriculture graduate of Kriiclnvnrlnif co. i'lHinoH .
I' \ If .. .
Auburn University. j FOR BAL.F-Ona J r y.tlnrrnn-f ,
milk cow with two w.',.k*' old f
Currie stated yesterday that the WANTRD labororv Walimr I
helf.r cult IIIplrsntned to pl a**
With has had a 11-man turn c..nitruptl. fu Apply nt offhr.irnir l.n.v .f. W",,". Hampton, H'/U. lip' '
program 'hmp"l "Ave I'ratt. Ht
"
Originally Priced .>rR over s;nce September with the 'I Htnrk. tip tiiiFOIL "troll H AMI-ma Nash coupe. lUll

Large Is ,, filled There
59.50 quota constantly CALF '."1'". F.otal.( lent lnhtnr, f'hnn *< Htrk' lip"
now a waiting list of more than j lti..)llr heater, u.., rfinl, lOr wooil (
d&m A 1.111) email wooil punk fitnv. (... rill Mt,,,'r, W"'IU'( .MtS'
u<< 15 applicants. .I AI 1.>H* 3-humor. oil cook. stave. I A number, of the famous bikttl..
39.50 D it'C lit it Latest to sign for On.the- ..v..n. In'lu'r..t' n..w.pa" of. dlvlmlona on duty In .Japan i
89.50 up flc.. 21 4-in i -.I:::: Korea: ere now acoeptlnir th*
Farm training are William K. Pen- inllntiii,.nta r>f h..n".plck.d.l keen

[ BeautifulScrewed I assorted colors Doweled darvls of Lawtey. Adrion Coving vounir men' for icrvlca, In III. Far .

Heat i ton of Lawtey and Melvin R. McCALL 16x J 16 II UTM NTH; I Kant.Amonn tha. Bruit fighting ilU, t

I_ the of South Starke. GeneLong I vlnlon, era aurh noted unit Ma It,.
and Glued in joints. dicatoron Bryan
I Moved on Your LotS M'iret 'avalry |)|vl.lon, new marhanlaed I
on the has the largest farm under The Only Pattern In Japan tbs *th Infantrytilvlnlon

Long lire oil springs __ Walnut and the: program operating an 83- t on Foundation nn duty In Knrnai, the 1th
PorcelainDoor {With A Printed Infantry tilvlnlon, / now In KoraalItia
Wheat acre tract near Brooker. $223; *4th Infantry. r>l.l.lon. .knownaa .
Finish Arms and Legs. We Cutting Line the 'Victory OlvUlon," rvinB' Inliipan
:
i
The veterans are currently plantIng
: and Ih* 2111 h Infantry, irTroplo !, '
need the space and we are offring these Constructed of Pre-War Material general crops and marketing I.lchtnlii lIl..I.lon" alaoatatlonad ..

Guaranteed To Cook Faster Than strawberries. Four of the men SEWINGACCESSORIES 16x18 HUTMENTS A. ll-ynar. In enlliitinent Japan I for duty In .

beautiful Platform Rockers at the Any Oil Stove on The Market. are engaged in tobacco cultiva- $350; fob Camp Hlandin r one lha Orient of then. will fa,enable noun dlvlaltnaanft you to cha o> \I

above lon. you ran ha a part of It, follnwlnirInitial \
GIVE AWAY PRICE. H On-the-Farm training Is supervised training In the lffilte.1 ,,,..,... '

Oil Stove Ovens 5.95 by the State Department of O 1:1N'1f Building :Material Hiding, nv.rse.V. ***. ,I

Education as authorized by the I 2t3s. KlKtrlo: Fixtures 4 lt.fluamernt .. tlonal' .IIv.nt....... m.".. this. .a.fine
rhan. for tha vonna1 flan. whfwanta .
Storage CHESTS Heat Indicator on Oven Veterans Commission. lights \lnmmltr. to aee dletant. I litnde and fill I 1
'
Makes Raking Much Easier Hhfftfnek Lavoratorlex. ToiletFlxturm. an time Important Army. Auk post for In detalle lha at p.ar.lift.Army *.

Originally Priced at 9.95 Jas. E. McCauley Refruitln Htatlnn MS Pont
'
.mie MMv' Oalneavllle. FaKlllt |
TSu IlKNrroom: aoarlmant with I

Reduced to 3.95 Door Mats : DOOR MA old James son and E. only McCauley.child of one Mr year.and SEE J. J. PIE RSON .private.r"..... ft hath. Htarhe r. _.I>. Tenly, Itp H. I 1

Sir.I 20x20x30 Useful For Storage Irs. Raymond McCauley of Heil- II Gate Camp Hl
Speee Saver Forest and Lake These Mats Special :l.Oc bronn> Springs died in the local: orl.apartment.... antranra with private l2' Eighth hath: soil"'.. .

Designed. Friday & Saturday OnlyMM'H'DENMARKFURNITURE hospital of pneumonia Thursday SAVE MONEY BY BKrk". Itp.
.
.t'fIIlIM"Jln: : EFF1l :NCY AI'A AT-
-- afternoon of last week. lie wa Making Your Own. Clothes IKMT: \ "'OH KKNT Wrk. .... FOrt MAI,17-- hedrooro ....".. ale.. ,
ill only a few days. Funeral ser- Draperiesand nmnth ferryman Court: Wn.nlnn-. In K J. CMhmer, Phone' tt. "...,k...
AT ton Urand .Ir.. ,.. W.. \lr.. lop'
vlcea were held at the graveside Curtains Lop. lip I

In Kingsley Lake Cemetery Saturday FOR H\IrV t acrea" rand. farmlnvKnd I
WANTED Country rIl'l to do mil north
one nf Hterlia
CO. afternoon at 3 o'clock with huu.. work and ".1.. In ll'uluiJ-' on Jailtaonvllle fclrhway" first .
the Rev. Cecil William officiating. ritnt Mutt llv. rjn preml.-.. Ian. "'"..10'. fftera II I
CENTQALLQy: Write 1Ioa 171. Stark.. Fla. lip ...II.I ,.:1.fr.. !
CeWitt C. Jone Funeral

STARKE FLA.- Home was In charge of arrangements. ) Goons FOR JUMT-t! : bedroom apanm.Dt, FOR f\t.K-tl. K Rutlerr" Italia. :
PHONE 151 un'u."la.. . L>..._., PMOIM 11, rltark. *. JIll Stark. I It i r I r

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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL
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' \' \.\ I SOCIETY and CLUBS Junior-Senior Mrs. Hill HostessAt Troop Committee Monteith Buys Rites Thursday

> ,! Banquet UsesRobinhood Luncheon Organized For Store In Eustis For Mrs. DixonMrs.

, 'I I \1," \ tj
7 ThemeThe Honoring VisitorMrs. Hampton Boy ScoutsA 1 D. A. Monteith, local merchant, Ethel Dixon
IH of Frances Peek M. Ward 58
I : I Engagement to Roy and for many years a leader In resident of Starke "' ''f('

,: fl'l Announced At Party Thursday Afternoon annual Junior-Senior Ban L. H. Hill entertained on Hampton Boy Scout Troop,, various civic activities, left Starke County, died Monday and gar
'
backed citizens -
last her Hampton Ir.
Thursday of week at solidly by
Oa
w w
quet was held Friday night, Sunday to assume active manage the home of her

W The outstanding social event of turquoise crepe model, fashioned. April 11, In the BHS cafeteria, charming home In Lawtey at a delightful appeared certain follow- ment of his recently purchasedLake A, J. Wood, while daughter;

the week waa the lovely at home'Ion I simple lines. Her corsage was i where a clever Robinhood theme luncheon party honoringMrs. lowing a citizens' m e e t fog and County Bargain Store, in Funeral on J I' :

( given by Mrs. E. K. Ferryman and,I'of pink rosebuds. ,. was carried out in the program Wm. Baggett of Shreveport, the formation of a citizens' sponsoring Eustla. Transfer of the concern, a Thursday at services 3 were tab

I r,' 9 Mrs. F. II. Long Thursday after I Pouring tea during the after and decorations. Serving the La. committee there Wednesday department store, had been madeto Kingsley Lake p Baptl//(rom
9. The
noon at the home of the former noon were Mrs. J. W. KincaId and banquet were twelve members ot Easter lilies and wistaria w reused night, April meetingwas Monteith on the previous Thursday with the Rev. L. t Chu

; on Madison Street, when the engagement I Mrs. D. E. Knight. The tea table, the Sophomore Class, who wore In decorating the Hill's home held in the council room over of, Starke : a He*:

of their niece, Mine I I In the clever Robinhood costumes. for this lovely affair. I Hampton's old jail and Scout Executives officiating BUH!
1 placed dining room, was Art Rowand Live Oak Monteith has been a Starke resident )In Kingsley Lake
,
Frances Peek, to Roy M. Ward : covered with an exquisite lace The invocation was given by Luncheon was served buffet I for 20 yeara, arriving here direction of DeWitt Cerneety! ?
C
and Ted Osborne of Starke
con- Jon
d ,s was announced. The wedding will II cloth and was centered with an Foster Shi Smith principal ot style from a beautifully appointed ducted the enthusiastic get-to. from his connection with the Pen- eral Home. Pall bearers LnoldL p
of table covered with handsome \
be an event July 10. a were
arrangement of sweet fashioned
peas ney Farms enterprise. He waa an Eugene Zeniaa
BHS, and the address of welcomewas gether.
lace cloth and centered with low
a :
f A profusion of mixed spring to resemble a colonial wedding Griff
I associate in the J. M. Alvlrez Ira Wilson jV
The Scout movement (In Hamp- and
made by Toastmaster Bobby bowl of wistaria and wild Eas-
flowers, gladioli, larkspur, and, bouquet. A background of Store for the past three years. He livan.
ton began about three months
Frazier, president of the Junior ter lilies. ago
sweetpeas predominating, formed, mellne and a beautifully tied satin was In the timber business for
I with the formation of un- Mrs. Dixon
an was
the
the decorative motif for the en-: bow completed the nosegay. Tall, Class The response was made by Following this three course eight and prior to then had dauehta
years I the late
I Lee
chartered Troop of 14 under and
tire lower floor of the Ferryman's burning, white tapers acting Scoutmaster R. B. Jennings agency and was born in
colonial home. I' holders, edged with ping meline, Senior Cla s. the "Last Will andTestament" at the conclusion of the game Mrs. gas, and had owned a filling station I 1890. Her husband Starke MT

Mrs. H. M. nichanle, a cousin balanced the central piece. Add- of the Senior Class Joe Scanlan, holder of high, was He is married to the former Sr. J.
At the Wednesday night meet- survives her
of the honoree, greeted guests at ing further charm to the dining was read by Betty Horne, and the presented with a double deck of Miss Kathleen Alvarez, daughter and ? Pro.
i tor of
ing the sponsoring committee was a service
the door, and little Anne Johns room and carrying out the chosen "Class Prophecy" was made by cards. Miss Lillian Stump made of the late J. M. Alvarez, the city's station W
formed with Postmaster H. B. was a lifelong
and Jane Rlcharde, presented each color scheme of pink and white Dorothy Lappe Anderson. "Robinhood" .low score and received a box of merchant member of the p pIn
Wiggins as chairman work was pioneer clothing tlst Church.
guest, upon arrival, with a miniature were silver candelabra holding was sung by Miss Lou note paper. In a game of !bingo ;
started on the official charter At last election,. Monteith became -
application addition
Edwards.
folder, tied with white satin white tapers, and arrangements of Miss Evelyn Stump was present. to her husband.
ribbon ana decorated with an old- pink and white mixed flowers I In addition to members of the ed a box of Informals. The host which will go to national I a member of the City Council la survived by six daughter
Scout In Washington and was appointed to the
p fashioned wedding nosegay. In- placed on the buffet and aide two classes, guests included Mr ess presented 'Mrs. Baggett witha headquarters Julius Kowach and
I Erg
within the week the Street Committee. He chairman [LIT
aide the folder was written "Fran. tables. The mantle was banked and Mrs. Foster Shi Smith, Mr, box of candy, a memento of the ; Hampton was Griffin both of
Town Council sanctioned the of the 1947 Red Starke Mr
county's ; ,
r, ces and Roy July 10, 1947". with magnolia leaves and graceful and Mrs Arthur R. McRae, Mr occasion. *
room above the old jail as theTroop'a Cross drive, and President of theLion's Waters, Lake Hamilton
of other and Mrs. T. H. Osborne and the : Sin!
4 The receiving line, composed ol garlands greenery. Mrs. Hill was assisted In servo
meeting hall; and Jennings Club. Among his previous J. Woods, Ona
1\Irll.
Nt Mrs. Perryman, Mrs. Long, Miss During the afternoon vocal selections Senior teachers. ing and entertaining her guestsby was officially appointed activities waa chairmanship ; R R. s

''f r) Peek, and Mrs. S. L. Peek, mother were sung by Mrs. W J. Following the banquet a formal Miss Beryl Wilkinson, also of Scoutmaster.The in the 1945 USO drive. He also ers Lake Butler; and ling
+ dance was held in the USO build Dicks, Dundee; by three ,
of the bride-elect l was formed in Churchwell and Mrs. Edward Lawtey. sponsoring committee consists headed two wartime overseas relief ,

the. living room. Chat'bonneau. ing which was also decorated in Those present to enjoy the par of Wiggins, T. C. Chastaln drives. Ralph Dixon. Winter Haven;:, I
Miss Peek walt beautifully the Robinhood motif. Green and ty with the hostess and honoree Dixon, Bradley Junction IK:
Assisting the two hostesses In and T. C. Chastain, Jr., Dr. E. A. Mr.
and Mrs. Monteith stated
N gowned In yellow taffeta and mar. white streamers, moss, and ever were: Mrs. J. R. Wainwright, M. Dixon Jr., Wauchula; am)
entertaining their guests were Shafer Rev. Fred Dodd, W. H.
quisette. The taffeta bodice was green branches effectively car. Mrs. J. Fred Guy, Misses Evelyn that they will continue ownership .brothers, George Parrishs
Mrs. H. C. Rltch, Mrs. J. H. Hitch, Maxwell and J. W. Home. "How-
I vied out the theme. Music Lillian of their home on Walnut Street, Jesse Farrlah, Punta ,
I t made baRque style with an off- was and Stump, Mrs. Hallie and) Corii
Mrs. A. W. Anderson, Mrs. S. ever, a larger committee Is need-
and other
theahouldereffect.. A bustle, Johns, Jr., Miss Evelyn a'i furnished by a six-piece orchestra Jones, Mrs Joe Scanlan and Mrs. ed," Scoutmaster Jennings de- property.!;
cleverly. fashioned. *\t blue flnwm from Jacksonville. E. L. Matthews.Baptist Mr. and Mrs. W E Dm
I Miss Lucile Mitchell.. Mrs. E. clared, and "All citizens
added
; ers, was thtta'"ndlsfet;; ;;e Matthews, and Mrs. H. C. Rich Arrangements for the two events interested .in_ becoming a_ part___" OK_. Legion To Sponsor left today for a few da>T n

II'!' of the ,v o lu,, m Inous marqulaette arde of Palatka. were under the supervision W.M.U., our local Scout program please Dance Next WeekThe lion In Miami Beach.
skirt. An old-fashioned
nosegay of Miss Jocelyn Zeigler, Junior contact of Mr. and
About seventy-five friends of Met At ChurchThe me Wiggins
of .weetpeSs'wom'at; the neck the bride-elect called' during the Class sponsor, .who was assistedby let us know we can count on yourjacking. first In a series of spring
line, completed; her; costume. co-chairmen Billy Smith, Joe Times Have Chang
; appointed hours. program and business meet- Remember that our dances to be sponsored by the

I r Mrs. Perryman chose pale blue Among the out of town guests Monteith and Ann Wilt. Ing of the Baptist WMU was held boys of today are our men of tomorrow local American Legion Post, will

i h 3 crepe,of with which she wore a corsage attending this lovely affair were The banquet was served by Mrs at the church Tuesday afternoon and Scouting alms to be held Thursday night, April 24, .m

pink sweetpeas. :Mrs. I Mrs. H. C. Richarde of Palatka, Anne Bates, home economics instructor at 3 o'clock. with 16 members make them better boys and men." In the Legion Hall, beginning at
In 'and
dressed
Long was pink
Mrs. H. A. Durden of Jackson and her staff. present. Chairman Wiggins enthusiastically 8:45: o'clock. Music will be provided -
black lace and
her was '
of corsage ville Beach, Mrs. B. S. Carroll and The topic for discussion was declared that "The people of by Julian Baumel and his
pink rosebuds. Mrs. '
Peek
I'' 7 mother of the honoree, wore a, Mrs Richard Thede of Jackson- Surprise Party "Other Peoples of Europe", with Bradford County can expect to orchestra, of Gainesville. The

II at ville, and Mrs DeWitt C. Jones Circle Three in charge. The Bible see our Hampton Troop becomeone public la invited.

of Gainesville For Mr. Nollman study was led by Mrs. S. E. of the best In America." Other I

Sparks and was followed with committee members were equally i
W. H. Nollman was the honor optimistic about the fu C A K E S
t rt Peek-Ward prayer by Mrs. H. L. Hough. Topics Troop's
guest*at a surprise birthday supper j
.BW' ture.
., ,1 were discussed as follows: "Euro-
FL-: Mrs. Sinclair L. Peek announcesthe given Monday evening by peans and their religions", Mrs. Jennings said that the Troop

STARKE engagement and approaching Mrs. Nollman at their home on M. F. Hazen; "European Bap- will meet every Wednesday nightat

s Ni; marriage of her daughter, Frances Madison Ave. .lats", Mrs. S. E. Sparks: "111 7:30: o'clock in the hall donatedby
'
I v. Sun. Mon.\ TIIPN. April Lee, to Roy M. Ward, the weddingto The guests, who were all ten Southern Baptist Mission Lands", the Council, and earnestly invited But the Custom Hasn't

20.23 be solemnized July 10th. ants of the "Nollman Village Col- five Intermediate girls; "In Other all boys from 12 to 16 years .

hMA R 4 Miss Peek, daughter of Mrs. only", gathered at 8:30 o'clock European Lands", Mrs. B. T. of age Inclusive, Interested in For Photographs of W'

1 Peek and the late Mr. Peek, Is a around the outdoor stove and Thomas. The program closed Scouting to come to the meetings. BAKED SPECIALFor dings and Other Event

Make Mine Music graduate of B. H. S. and for the I when Mr. Nollman was called into with prayer by Mrs. J. M. Brown- Plans are on the fire for an over-

I past few years has been secretary, the yard "to see a party on busi lee night camping trip within the next Weddings. Birthdays, WRITE T. H. OSBORMl

Disney' Comic Musical\ In I to the superintendent of public I ness" he was greeted by the The business meeting was pre- few weeks, he added. etc. Box 423 or Call at

+ Yit; Technicolor I Instruction of Bradford County. :I group singing "Happy Birthday", sided over by the president, Mrs. LAPPE BAKERY Hoover Bros. Studio
-Mr."Ward Is the son
Tills Is America 'News Mrs.>George W. Ward 'of.Dixie.!t served from long tables. In the treasurer, reported $444.74 on

i Ga. He attended schools In'DIxie i J I I yard. hand, and offering for the afternoon and Mrs. Edmond Sellers, INWINWIIIIIYYYIIIIIIIIYINIWIIIIYNWWIWWWN' '''' ' ........,......""..""""IIII'I"IU"'I."W'"IIUIIUI.I".I"' '. '' .
l/ Wed. Thorn. Apr. 2S 24 and Boston Ga., and graduate' Later in the evening the guests was $4.89. It was announced Lawtey, boy (Kenneth), April 3.

+ DOUBLE FEATUREIt from the Georgia Business University were Invited into the dining room that the project for this monthIs Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Abercombie, WE CAN'T SELL ALL THE FOOD

In Atlanta. At,present he where the table was centered witha to visit the sick and shut-ins, Starke, boy (Darryl Forrester>, .

Shouldn't HappenTo 1a part owner and business manager huge birthday cake decorated and also the white women at the April 11. SO WE TRY TO SELL TilE BEST

of Carpenter's Drug Store. with sweet peas and pale green State Prison. Following reportsby Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Norman,

A DogCarol lighted candles. At each end of > committee chairmen, the meeting Lawtey, boy (Ronald Lee), April

Landls, Allyn Joslyn LADIESLET the table were tall silver candelabra closed with prayer by Mrs.. 11.Mr. For Those Who Are Fussy

holding lighted tapers. After E. D. Tenly. and Mrs. J. R. Brown,

I fJ The Devil To Pay J US the birthday cake was enjoyed, Starke, girl (Patricia Kathleen), About Their Food

I CLEANTHEM Mr. Nollman opened his many BridgeLuncheonGiven April 11. V-I-S-I-T

Y Ronald Colman. Myrna toy lovely gifts and cards. Mr. and Mrs G. J. packham

Loretta Young Y. Enjoying this occasion with Mr. Wednesday Starke, boy (Donald, Jr.) April The

Also New and Mrs. Nollman were Chief and
Mrs. HaJlle Jones and Mrs. Arthur -i 13.Mr.
Mrs. R. S. Songer, Mr. and Mra and Mrs. Leonard Prevatt. Blue Tavern Restaurant
6n; J. W. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Holiday were joint.hostesses Lawtey girl (Bonnie Virginia),
FrI. at the home the latter -
1 Sat. Apr. 25 28 Wednesday of 14.
M. Hendrlcks and children, Helen April
J 211 EAST 10th STREET
on Water Street when they ,
DOUBLE FEATURE!:
; and Frank, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
entertained at a delightful bridge JOHN M.\ BROWNLEE, JR.
WE!: HAVE RECENTY IN- Stalnaker, Chief and Mrs GeorgeW. NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. John Milton
STALLED A 8IIOK SHINE Mares, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
The GuiltyStarring The living room, artistically dec. Brownlee of Gainesville are an-
AND CLEANING DE George, Chief and Mrs John Bear
orated with arrangements' of cal nouncing the arrival of a son
PARTMENT.WE and daughter, Judy. Chief and FOOD BEER SOFT DRINKS
Bonlta Granville endulae, larkspur, and stock was John Milton Jr., on Friday, Apr. -
WILL MAKE THOSKSUMMKK Mrs. L. M. Thomas and daughter,
the setting for the five bridge 11, In the Alachua County Hospital -
: SHOES LOOK Joan Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Wonar, -
Six Gun SerenadeWith ables. Tally-place cards were of Gainesville
,, LIKE NEW.BIGGS Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stone. "
a floral design. We Specialize In CHICKEN DINNERSAI
Jimmy WakelyCartoon WANDA JEAN RIODON
& BAKER Following the two course luncheon -
r Mrs. Durden Honored Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rigdon of
& Serial three progressions of bridge
105 W. Call St. Starke.
announce the birth of A Griffiths Lillian GriffithsCy
r -\ At I were enjoyed. Mrs James Lewis daughter, Wanda ie'anS'turd'y;: ,
j Morning Party
won high and was presented witha Sistrunk
I Mar. 29 at St.
{ I Vincent's Hospital,
7 double deck of cards. Mrs. Guy
> Mrs A C. Durden of Tampa Sale made low and received a box Jacksonville. Mrs Rigdon la the ,"' ;' nun IIBI iBUHimii' IHHII HIHIOTHIH iinini' 'ntnuti m i inmtin' m""III"IInnl"IIIIIII''I''IIIIIII''III''I1II"i i '''''' ,, '' '' ''''' <-Hi
house guest of her son-in-law and former :Miss Alma ""/.rd cf ,.
daughter, Mr. and Mra. O. L. Beaa- of note paper. The galloping Starke. "IsuuuuuumluuuNluulWnluwWwmeuNNUUUIUUIUwuunuNluuuulnuwluruW"" '. '' '' ''' ""luIWUSUUWUUUamWIUwl.uwm' '' ,' 'wwWwc: '' wrK
goose prize, a box of stationery,
ley, was the Inspiration for a lov-
went to Mrs A. B. Baker.
rJtAeff1JfJJI ely Coca-Cola party Saturday
-;
Bert morning when Mrs. K. G. Duncan Those enjoying the hospitality N.IIe1WNWIWYNWN/ ...Ny ,""""=', ,'3 NEW SHIPMENT WIYIIIWh1:;; : 1.LADIES' 1.
of the two hostesses were: Mrs. Office
and Mrs. M. F. Brown entertained Supplies
.
I R. O. Kldd. Mrs. W. H. Graham,
at the home of the former on & GENTS'e4ins
p Walnut Street.Arrangements. Mrs. Glen Wood, Mrs Guy Sale,

d ;, SUNDAY MAY liT II Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr., Mrs. James
of gladioli and Lewis, Mrs. A. B. Baker, Mrs.
.
1 '66 6 ,. ,., sweet '
peas were placed at vantage' W. C. Powell Mrs. Merrill truth,

bi.I Now ShowingA points throughout the lower floor Mrs. Fred Guy Mlas Della Rosen-

of the Duncan residence In dec. burg! Miss Evelyn Stump Miss
Large Assortment of orating for this lovely affair.
Lucille Mitchell, Miss Jean Irwin, Holmes & Edwards
MOTHER'S During the morning refreshments Mrs. Joe Scanlan, Mrs. E. L. Mat-
DAY CARDS
were served by the two thews, and Mrs. O. L. Haynes. Sterling Inlaid

KW TOILET ARTICLES lostesses to the honoree and the

following guests: Mrs. W. G. Alderman W.S.C.S. To MeetThe 52 PC. Set Service for 8

CANDY, ETC. Mr. W. J. Churchwell

Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. Carrie WSCS of the Methodist 68.50

)r i Let Us LAY-AWAY Your Mother's Hitch Mrs I. P. Shepherd Mrs. Church will hold its regular business

Day Gift NOW To Avoid Disappointment L. A. Davis, Mrs. L. W Koch and program meeting at the

Mrs. S. A. Weldon, Mrs O. J. church 3:30: p. m. Monday, April

Later Griffin Mrs. J. T. Guy Mrs. E. 21. Circle Two will have charge Bat SlIl

M Brownlee Mrs. J. M. Brownlee of the program.Woodman. Hundreds of Useful
Mrs. Mae
Dickens Mrs. O. L.

g m We Have A Few Beasley. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid, Mra Circle'r'I Office and School

W. E. Middleton Mrs. Anne Parker -

TRICYCLES Lefty Mrs. T. A. Harris, Mra. 'H. The Woodman Circle win meetTuesday Necessities Too Watch Bracelets

t+ Which We Are Closing Out H. Young Mrs. F. H. Long, Mrs. night April 22 at 8 0'- Numerous to Mention

; .1. H. Hitch Mrs. E. K. Ferryman.Irs. clock. All officers and members r

fit At Less Than Cost Caro Chandler Mrs W. F. are urged to attend.-Mrs. MaudeLappe
Godwin, Mrs. G. W. Brown and president If We Don't Have What Fountain

Mrs. A. A. Durden. You: Need We'll Get



;N; Koch Drug Store U.D.C.Memorial Memorial Day Christian Services for Sunday Church at the First It For You t Pens

Day exercises on Friday Christian Church: t

.the Apr. 23. will be sponsoredby Bible School 10 a. m.; Morning Bradford County ,,,,,N,..Naer-eNNellef.ra,,, WATCH REPAIRING d....,.. -:;;
U.D.C. Following a pro- Worship 11
Phone 53 a. m.; sermon topic
We
Deliver gram in the school auditorium at
"God
Has Spoken"; Evening ser-
Two Registered and Graduated 2 p. m.. flowers will be placed on vice 7:30: p. m., sermon topic "Be- Telegraph GEM JEWELRY Co.

the graves of veterans of the War tween Perdition and Salvation". I

l Pharmacists on Duty Between the States All school All member and friend I
to
urged FLtm"la'nrx""nwM
1 children are requested to bring be II 128 W. 109 E. CALL ST. STARKE,
[flowers to school that day present. Rev. J. B. Dixon, I Call Phone 29 PHONE 170 -
supply pastor. I I s
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of LOCAL NEWSand I ren Mrs.and W.Mrs.H. Glenn Graham Wood and child-spent for Mrs.Philadelphia Fred Guy left Pa., Wednesday where ,she I I Bible Story Hour 'Make Mine Music'Is ,


.. .. I.. ,Tuesday in Gainesville will attend the wedding Saturday &1t ha21so ; Ninety-two children and eight Park Offering

Mrs. W. P of her son, Emory
Randall of Guy, to Mixa
Norfolk
Matthew. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R. adults participated in the illustrated I
M S. Smith. Va., la the guest this week of Mr. Jane Cook of Glenslde Pa. I II The unusual' ) offering at the Park I
Bible
Sitchcll and MU Jr., of Gainesville were guests of story, "The Crucifixion ,
J. M. and Mrs. W. H. Graham P. M. Barefoot and Theatre Sunday through Tuesday
spent last Friday Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight Tuesday granddaughters of Jesus, during Tuesday

in'esvllle Mitchell. Mr. Smith who Is serving Mrs. R. G. Kldd, and Mrs. Mattie I I Margaret Ann and Sue Ellen 'BED.J: -BED afternoon's session of the nondenominational sure to btt equally popular with

P. Landrum in the U. S. Navy will leave this Gahagan spent Monday In Jack I Phillips spent Sunday afternoonIn Community Bible oldsters and youngsters alike is.
and Mrs T. sonville. Sanderson visiting Mr. and Mrs. 'PAYfORHmoLD Methodist
School held in the
the week-end In weekend for San Francisco by recreation Walt Disney's "Make Mine Music",
,mly, spent Landrum' plane for a new assignment. Mrs. Fun! Mimic. Black'urc Mlnntrcls'Don't W. F. Barefoot and family. banding
clever
with Mr. a cartoon comedy In tech.
,vine J. A. Lan- Smith la the former Merry Beth Miss. 'em May S at tSO;! Gus Beasley of Goose Creek BuEiy Green and Bonnie Pack-

,, Mr. and Mrs. Knight who was a resident of Auditorium The Morocco Temple Texas is the guest of his father.O. ham won L awards In a singing contest nicolor. Completing the bill will (

Starke before moving to Gainesville Minstrel. are sponsored by Starke L. Beasley and Mrs. Beasley.Mr. i and cup cakes were servedto be the latent issue. of "This 18Amprlca"
Andrews ,
and Mrs. Romey with her parents two years Shrine Club. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mills all children. Parents are urgedto and news.

Ir and Mrs. Joe Martinez Mrs. T. T. Long and sons, Tom Annie Darby and Mrs. Carrie send their children to the Wednesday and Thursday the I.

cuesU: of Mrs. Andrews par. ago.Mrs.. J. R. Wainwright and and Dave left Wednesday for Retch and son. Dr. Thomas Q. school which will meet each Tuesday Park will present a double attraction
D. Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. J. daughters Mary Catherine and Baconton and Albany, Ga. WhileIn Retch, of Washington D. C., attended at 3.30: p. m. In the recreation teaming "It Shouldn't Map-
Beach Sunday. to a Dog", with Carole Lan-
pen
ksonvllle the building until June.
birthday dinner of
( Betty Lou are spending this weekin Baconton they will visit Mrs.Long's .
May Sf Theo ills and Allyn Joalyn, with "TheDevil
Happening Mrs. C. C. Mendoza In Jacksonville
-
,
t'a
Tallahassee as guests of Mr. mother Mr. W. T. Jack

Temple M1Seesthem atSat. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright son and In Albany they will be Sunday night. Presbyterian ChurchIt to Pay", featuring Ronald
Colman Myrna and Loretta
Loy
8 m. the of See Sale ClUHne The only reason I get up out of
p. Mrs. Harry Lappe Mrs Lorenzo guests Dr. and Mrs D. C. ad Special Sun -i
3. at the USO Auditorium. Forehand.Mrs. -llarlcy F. Strong,Jeweler bed each morning Is to go to work la expected that the Rev. J. Young.
"
Green and Mrs. J. D. Odom
f'o Temple Minstrel spon- attended for my employers. :Marshall Lin ton, pastor of the tf'
Club. the State Convention of Daisy Lipham of Dade Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling Rngllsh at the State
Starke Shrine Therefor I have decided that Distort Memorial. Presbyterian University
by the Eastern Star in last City Is the guest this week of her spent Thursday and Friday In'
Tampa
Friends of the
employers should from church are Invited
will enter St. my pay mt Church Philadelphia, will be guest
Johns
Ruby In Jacksonvillev week. brothel!, N. D. Wainwright Sr. Jacksonville.Get the time I step out of bed In the speaker at the First Presbyterian to share with the congregation the I I

,t's Hospital medical checkup. See axl. Special Sale Sun GlaaseH Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. ticket. now at Drug !Stores! i morning until I go back to bed at Church Sunday morning at 11 o'- pleasure of hearing Dr. Linton.
for a J. E. Wilson spent Saturday afternoon Guidon drill night. This is what I call "bed
-Ilarlf F. Strong Jeweler or for BIG Miorls'coTemple my
of Brooker y clock. Dr. Linton hat. dOMed Sunday School Is held\ at 0:4.:
B. Surrency. in Gainesville visiting Mrs.Brownlee's Minstrels\ May S, t'SO to bed pay plan."It's like the "por t
of his son A. E. Homer Rodeheaver noted evan I tal more them a quarter of a centuryas In attendance and >
t ie guest young grandson and Auditorium. Presented. Jacksonville .! to portal" idea only more ao.
by of this m. and a decided. :
Wednesday.ad. gelistic singer was a weekend pastor Important church. Improvement
icy here Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell. Morocco If I get up out of a nice warm
Temple,
Sale Sun Olas18rl..y guest of the Rev. and Mrs. W. J. "p..n- Ho and his wife art now visitor noted recently. Parents) are urgedto
Special S<*.. ad. Special Sale Sun OlaHarlt.y ,,- (.>r.Ml by Starke Shrine ('tub. I bed somebody ought to start pay.lag *
In Gainesville come with their t
F. Strong Jeweler. Churchwell.Col. .. me at that very moment. If I as the guests of children..
seit- F. Strong Jeweler.Among .
and Mrs. H. P. Olrton of and Mrs. D. E. Knight those the Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and eat to grain strength to work their daughter anti her husband. Young People's meeting at 6:3: (>

Petersburg, were visiting spent Monday In Jacksonville. Presbytery and Presbyterial attending In Mrs I. P. Shepherd! left Wednesday somebody ought to pay me for who Is Dr. Herbert, a professor. of p. m. every Sunday.-:! ,
for Chatahoochee and Gret- that
Bradfordy
and
s In Starke For wedding' portraits see T. II. Green Cove Springs Thursdaywere I
na. Mr. and Mrs. Griffin will visIt -
their farm Gosh maybe somebody to
and inspecting bnrne. See ad ought
on pare : Mrs. C. F. Ward Mrs. K.
weekend. Mr. Grain's brother-in-law and pay me even for sleeping. nine
ere"sa last popular local Mrs. Ludle Lemacks and Mrs. Q. Duncan Mrs. May Dickins, Mister Mr. and Mrs. Kd Griffin In that too, makes me better able to I

ne J. Andrews rejoined the staff at Sybil Richardson had as their Mrs. V. S. St. John Mrs. Robert Gretna and Mrs. Shepherd will work. Every Branch, of I

r, has guests over the week-end Mr. and. Kite Mrs. Guy Andrews Mrs. W. visit In Chatahoochee. I

,iiy Barber Shop. Mrs. Alvin G. Lemacks of Jack J. Chandler Mrs, W. A. Bonham Skeet Club Members
So a<.. Special Sale Sun GUHWH -
sonville and L. B. Bodiford of and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Char- INSURANCEH. i
-Ilarli-y F. Strong Jeweler.Mrs. I
High Springs.Mr. bonneau. Mrs. Charbonneau was Enjoy Barbecue
R. M. Lee and Mr. W. E.
and Mrs. E. M. Davis had the guest soloist at the luncheon I
OUR WATCH I ItI
Dr. J. W. Kaufman pastor Dowling spent Wednesday In Member. of the Bradford) Rod ?
their Mrs. Davis'brother.lnIaw
eserves the Best as guests and Sunday sister Mr. and and Fred A. Scott were representing Jacksonville. and Gun Club and their ladles enJoyed I C. WALL\ AGENCY h'L

Mrs C. H. Reed of Tarpon the Starke Church. a skeet shoot and fifth fry .

Springs. See ftd. Special Sale Sun C.liw- Rotarians Hear yesterday afternoon at the Club'sgrounds

"c_Ilarlcy F. Strong, Jeweler. on Highway 200. Please Phone 146CLASSiED

tp I 6= Friends of Mrs. A E. Wall will Head Coach Guests were served a repast of

regret", to learn that she is seriously barbecued mullet French fried potatoes
Of UniversityRaymond
ROOMSBy ] 111 and was carried to River slaw and coffee. Committeemen -

side Hospital Thursday for an op (Bear) Wolfe head In charge of arrangements

eration.Dr. | were L. M. Gaines Buddy Bishop

REPAIR Day or WeekAt II IIDavis Thomas G. Retch formerlyof i football( coach of the University {and Charles Darby.

Lakes Great: of Florida was guest speaker at Grounds of the organization are
Trustworthy Service Great Hospital VCin VOl'll. (".\It wo Iowa a new LION'T KOIKtr.T; antnn"bll.l' aiu- ,
Lakes Ill., has been transferred the Rotary Club Wednesday, giv- now undergoing extensive Improvement I'llll.i ll until. ril'llo'' (mini illot" lion :ri'y \\'t 1nuHiljy. 1 p ni.. at
:: : f
Inntit Million\ \.. 'low nn" 'U$ :.0. min.'i\: Uvmlmk: Milker,
I Washington, D. C., where he I ing some hiimoroun.. highlightsthat *. including construction MIIICPIIIlll: .> U>Milil HKUVK: :, HllV ne efll. If

rley F. Strong Hotel will take special medical trainingbut go on behind the scenes In acoach's .,f a clubhouse, 4 i gravel walk- Court at :Ilndtern.Iroot. *. $Stnrltw. J
and the installation of water If I PAY CA8II'! Kri nm bnfur you
before assuming his new assignment ways
life and also depicting null yinir JiinUiMl citr*, hattArleH,
IP ISLANDING JEWELER he spent ten days herewith facilities. FOR. HA 1.13 T\v Tiionao trucktlr radial' I are, ineiul and errs Iron.HlHlifHt .
some of the 'trials and tribulations" : : : : : t
SINCE 1911 Newly RedecoratedAir his mother Mrs. Carrie The average round scores of last .H: on. 700x15./ l1'urti'l .*: .thr. whonln AudiVtpukliiH I'D Phone /lilllv.Inrhnoli
.
>OX1B l*ml ptek-llp Iwo
week's skeet .shoot: ... .m, 4'1-W. .HlHrkn. If
J.Griffis '
I Cooled Retch and Mr. and Mrs. T. MIlOxliI |iaRR''nir''r i'ni Imp I Thooo
137 West Call St. In discussing Florida's: succsslon Harry Houston: 23-25-48 firm -llichtlr' u. While here he went to .
"ull MALE--w. Imv t Ihne iron.IfrverM '
J of gridiron losses last season, condition. At 141 lie hair Hulk t
Hialeah where he visited his brother Buddy Bishop: 22-18-4O 1'lnnt. If now ,rnnilv. Alan| v"untf ,piil3 I. f
.., .. ., Coach Wolfe stated that he was M G. McMillan: 22-21-40 iris weeks "lil and oliler. Wuodln'o .
and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs '......
Poultry I. t iiil! n northof '
making no alibis l I or apologies."We L. M. Gaines: 23-21-44 ran "P" ".): -- Lot with too fi" Williln. 4tp 4-IS
N. T. Retch several days. After 4
frontage on CryaMl Lake with
simply have a Job to do he
ten weeks in Washingtonhe N. F. Tyler: 23-24-47 lurira lug oaMn. \MII ",,' "e for I
spending stated "and we are confident that, Call KOIL MA r. ':--1'41 tan Innic wheel. him, *
D. WnlnwrlKht Jr.
"aoh. N.
Do You 18-21-39
Want To Line With F M. Walwrath: .
Up will go to New London, Conn.., truot. Storks: tt Knnl truck, with I84H' "III'"r. A r.
given sufficient time we can
U. L. Walker: 17-20-37. HO H sll imtxl 7.oeata in-ply
for four months. : th llrh.I : :
work It out. He stated that every tire ami, J. Mikurlo' Wit-
For home portraits) see T. IV LIST YOrit FAKM. CITY AND wards, Stark: tfHAltilAINH I
effort Is being made to obtain the
Osborne.. See ail on page 4. Pasture Grasses BUSINESS PROPERTY In .;-radios and ,
best material possible to put In
The Drys of Bradf or ACountv? O. L. Beasley and son, Gus Beas railln-phonoiiraiitiMl, hey. a* llttlta .

ley of Goose Creek Texas spentthe the field j next season t Offered Farmers I* $1 iiuranUnd u wtmk. CnniplHtii tit your HMtlefi&otlon money- U ,

weekend in Lake Alfred visIting expanded Free Of Charge .ELI.. IIHAI.KBTAifc ,bark. HIMCCIIKKO: IIAIHO MKI: I
Mr. Beasley's son and daugh.I Jfi STROUr ': VICIO. Court at JJuJInun. .tr..t... I ,
.t
Mr. and Mrs. Cbarles.I University stating that more em- Limited quantities of two new .........1 nd...tl... .f rovnffrr -
ill Out The Coupon Below And Mail To I ter-in-law phasis Is placed on football than Pangola and a proper.r. .... mail ..v.r HAI.RHMAV WANTBD van'f
Beasley. pasture grasses. 11.11110 ..1.. .f Item.Pom.Aer.ee. AltW AMni'lluUrl you' r
Don't fail to hear the Morocco, any other sport because it must Coastal Bermuda will be avail- .. n.,..... trine. art errr tk. Rout money w I t n m B..w4.lali: l l: '
RADFORD COUNTY DRYS Starke "pay the way" for the rent of the WrM. a'>.. ..e. II."... buiiln**. Wa h.lp you irec '....art-
Band at the Minstrel able free of charge to farmers .
Temple E. A.STROUT REALTY AGENCYReprfwenU'i .<.. Ni> l .pnrl..lire ne..4..! t Show May S, at USO Auditorium. program who call for it at the Florida Experiment work Writ riawlelKh'B

Fla. No Financial Obligation.ease Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden have The Florida Coach was introduced Station In Gainesville locally Ply Kept. FAU-333-3: Memphis, To""I'LOH"O'.on,1
F. ( HOIJ.IVGSWOIITII
returned to their home In Tampa by Alex Robbins who had late this month. Specific dates

ten of the for the will be set at which time the 116 So. Walnut St. elllnir from ladleorlnar
- - after visiting here the past charge program between, A,,"P and $.arks

days with their son-in-law and grasses will be plowed and grow Hweet shop. list llaward. Notify I
day.A MATTRESSES of all kind. r.no.vt Ice ... Ilieroll
Htarko <
enroll me as a member of The- Bradford County daughter Mr. and Mrs. O. L. brief talk was made by J. II. ers will have to rake up the material ..dj, furniture ui>hul.tor.
n-s. Beasley. They were accompaniedto newly elected president of and load It In their trucks. rcflnlnhiiil. Drop u. a rard.MAHTINIIH HALK A all-.l.el parts' I
Dupre 11'.d:
;;
MATTRESS!: CO.. io* bin In : Reasonable. -
T. K. Me-
Tampa by Mrs. Ethel M. Biggs the club who takes office In July. See County Agent 130 Palatka. FU. tf Andrew Motor Co. It

who Is attending the state teach- Clans Jr., for the exact: dates ,
INIIUItAHI.Jt-1: writ all lln..; fir, NOW la Ih. llrne In fertlllie a*..Uav
rnie: ________________-___-________________ ers' meeting there this weekend.: On-the-Farm Vets when the grass material will be automobile. liability, and lift.Ho and ..a 10"II h.*. rl,*e y* for Hell-
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mrs. Edward available. The Station will arrange in. for your Innuranc. n*..<.U. anna AilHleH. A r'lkniftllla FertlIlier. -
N. D. Walnwrlwhl. Jr, 111 Kant:: Mlslrunk teed He.d "Htnre.it" .

llress: ____________________________________ Burns Fred Guy Mrs.attended J. E. Wilson the and luncheon Mrs. !' Inspect PasturageThe plowed to have but the It will planting be necessary material l'.ll nlr..t, Hh<.n. 154. tf 4-3IV

for folks to take their own von B"1.JU--uecJ.Clon. noun, HW FOR HAL.K!-I bedroom aulta, an.
party Tuesday given by Mrs. W. 20 young farmers sharing ono 4. Bay !!It.. Hlark. Qllnt "'1". "l."k, nm, kltchn t-ablnot. '
In Lake On-the-Farm rakes and forks for raking up ofindltlon. occupied. l by r 17-Inch elflutrlo fan, eoppsr.ruen-.
In the Veterans' own until
--------------------------------- i JM. Joplin at her home
the rntly. Atlrantlv' oonvitn-. IIIHMm.. A. H. (fr.wn III N.
and loading grasses.LOOK
City. Training,program made a county-' I I'nt l"t. Fur Information writ' Wulnin Hi Hlnrke.. lip
wide inspection of clover and t' J ,t>_vlln. 1IB C'yproim. ladnes- J
":" 'Olt TltADK Olt HAI.K I Inf -JO acre
vlll or 1'"lopho" Jt38J.:| trie
=- --== grass. pasturage last Tuesday to OUT FOIl 13.600. tfCUN..VL1' 'farmland rlenrriltwo .and h..I. .

study the advantages and methods KELLY'S( FISH MARKETWill ; hniiMe.""..lIn.with Htntlon Hmall. conn irrnneryami ..rte. .f.Huck .

of enclosed pasture as concerns open| for biixlnmm.
the advance of Bradford'slive l)rew.- and l 1'oonty 11"0"""". I toll you. -'lr.nr..nFO
learance SALE 18. Fresh Fish Oyster MOT" ITU FIT volt with :
stock industry. and him** north nf C'o'ili'N' RfcrM.HI. .
1.111. ehoen fur men and women AlSlltlTIIKIiH
fun If
rd Chicken 4lp : for Ih..... nn their rent
The program which provides At North City Limits. and r'Oll HAI.K-Hiivnr i-iirml and lilckfirx lonv hour """I'. Their vwlvely-
monthly pay from $63 to $90 and Temple AvenueWUTERNS anifikiil ahntiltjer and. nil'l.1llnffM soft, .'alr-riiNhlfin lnnroleM.
SALE SALE SALE SALE -SALE SALE SALE SALE up to 4139 for disabled ex-service- liOn to flrii per It I'urrt "lint" .hlo.. *very .t.arch,, provide, boiiv-
Muptiort to help uon
.
lard 129( per DO 'll> van. (i'hon 12
-. 6"r men plus the educational benefits ttark li( serve n.fooling'* nt that "ffint-
weary" after long day.
has been supervised locally since H'rt-e demonKtrntlnn Hen or writ I
September 1946 by Clifford L. ANY TYPE dump truck hnilllniryMXf I K" J. Pollutn I. Park Ht., Mtarke.up.
Oil ) fill lIt fir sole, itollvorvilllrudford
Platform ROCkerS' 5-Burner Ranges Currle agriculture graduate of Engln..rinil; ('". Phon .
e. tr
Auburn University. Foil BALK-On* J.n.y.ou.rnsev
milk I" cow with Iwo wvk old
Currie stated yesterday that the ANTFIJ-III: luuiirorn. VValnnr heifer, ,. fluHranteeil, tn plan; : f
.
('un"u".n ('o. Apply nt .(firernrnor I.H-V. J, Wynn, l"i>"'P'oo. f'U.. Up '
\ program has had a 11-man turn Tvnipl Av.. *. I'ratt HI..
Originally Pricedt1,\ \ X11\ Laic I M over since: September with the M'ark.. rip "4-1S Frill rfAI.R-HI* Nash. ......p.. 103*
\ I Is : .'hrol.. 4-ilnor "."..n. ,.J. J.Ihthiner. .
59.50 quota constantly filled. There Foil" HAr.n '..rlr. Rutat Itrnt. / J'h..n" 5e. Hturtae lip
t now a waiting list of more than Itoller, heater line. coal or voo l
Burners .A I.H'l. email wood) conk .'''V.. .0 \11M'.'L. votes 'M4tl
Reduced 15 applicants. Ale) burner oil rook .t..v. Mnir A number of She famous' bNMI**

to 39 50( I ,mm'9Jmm Latest to sign up for On-the- ..n.. tniulr at n>wepap.r 4-IS nf.flcii. I.*IIM| rilvlalona on <|uty ,In Junnn I .
89.50 tt .and Korea ar* now .coeptlfl* the
I Farm training are William .:. P ndarvls 4r ..nil.'......,. of hand-plcikad k"..n
v.unir m.n for s.rvic., In the Far
Qeautjful of Lawtey. Adrian Coving
I ,
assorted colors Doweled I Ma.t. ,
Heat In I ton of Lawtey and Melvin R. BY McCALL 16x16 IIUT.MENTH:\ Among the.* .rut fl htln dl. 1
Screwed South Stark. vl..lon> are such noted unit a. the:
and Glued In the joints. dicalor Bryan of gene
I Moved on Your Lot flrmt 4'.v.lrv rilvlilon now m.- I
on the T Long has the largest farm under The Only Pattern rhanleed lapsn the nth |nfiintrir
Long life coil springs Walnut and the operating an 88- Set on Foundation plvlilonlTrtijly: : ; 1 In Mores i the Tin
program
PorcelainDoor /With A Printed Infantry Plvliilan.' now. In Kor..l
Wheat acre tract near Brooker.The 122516x48 the S4th I..o..v Division known .
Finish Arms and Legs. Wen Ololeion" In
Cutting Line ae the Vlrtary mrvln
t
veterans are currently planting Japan nrt eke liiH rnr o,ry, or
d the space-and of fring these Constructed of Pre-War Material general crops and marketing Troplo I.l htnln. ulvlilun" she I
we are
HUTMENTS I
: ( rlonori In Japan.A
Guaranteed To Cook Faster Than strawberrlei. Four of the men SEWINGACCESSORIES 5-year enlltdm.nt for ilntr In ,

beautiful Platform Rockers a t the Any Oil Stove on The Market.above are engaged In tobacco cultivation. $350 f.o.b. Camp Branding the one. Orlanl of lh..will famou.anabl. dlvlalnnn you to -cho anilyou I I

ran h* a part. nt It, followlnarInitial .
GIVE AWAY PRICE. j jj j j- r*9 m*f r rf T-r *fff .
On-the-Farm training is BlIP..r.vl"ed training In th IJnltod Stales.
O Used Building Material Hiding, A 10 pr r.nt Infreaa. In pay ,"- I
ija Oil Stove Ovens 5.95 by the Stat. Department of oore.a> > arvli-, plus. many aildlrlonal -
Education as authorised by the I Sx8n. Electric Fixture, 4 ft.- ailvanlairoa, mak. thin a
fine chance for the "U"". man who> ,
Storage CHESTS Heat Indicator on Oven Veterans Commission flaonncfnt lights. Maxonltr, wanla tn .... dlntant lands and fill I fan .
Important pout |i* th* p ar>< <* : ,
Makes Raking Much Easier Sliretrnrfc! Levoretnrles ToiletFlxturn. tlm Army. AaK for ri>tall. At U f. ",

Originally Priced at 9.95 Jas. E. McCauleyJames Army Rvprullln' HtnMon' 315 Pualofrii'o .
HM. IUIn. .>vlllo, Flm.
rein. HKNT-.-....>m *naclinont with i
Reduced to 3.95 DOOR MATS E. McCauley one year. SEE J. J. 1'IERSON prlvaio halh 1':. It. T.nly' ft.imnr I. .
Door Mats < Mi.. Klark' lIP j
Si old son and only child of Mr. and I
*
20x20x30 -.Useful For Storage lira. Raymond McCauley of llell- II Rate Camp islanding Foil RENT lnh."I".o..m
SPeee These Mats Special apartment, with prlvitle. bath an Saver Forest and Lake IOCM bronn Springs died in the local private cntrane. 122 Glhth Mt..

t-sIl\Decl Friday & Saturday Only hospital of pneumonia Thursday SAVE MONEY BY ....rk... lip-
I rt nNIMIIED: : rrrirlrNCY: : APAHT-
___ afternoon of last week. He wa :Making Your Own Clothes JIBNT Foil HK.NT.:: W..II.... FOR ""I.P.drnntn hn".. ..lo.. ; { .
ill only a few t ton A. Brand atr*..t*. Me. )fn.L. "HP-
AT
IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER were held at the .raVl'.I'l and Curtains; "..... lip j I
In Klngsley' ke Cemetery Satur FOR HAI.R' -S acre. .n...t f PmlnTland
WANTED Oountrr Irltl to do un. mll II..rt..t Hterk
CO. day afternoon at 3 o'clock with house work and help In K..laurnnt. on JackMonvlll hlrhway, flret
OHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE ; the Rev. Cecil Williams officiat Mufft llv. on prmlie.. Inn nat (..'''Olc'* Store) O. III.fir..I1. .
ing. DeWitt C. Jonesc Funeral CENTRALGOODS: Writ BolO 771. Htara.. P''.. lip .". Sip 4-3lr

STARKE. FLA..' Hone was in charge of arrange II) FOn REJlfTb.4ro..m. IIP.r''"*"', FOR .HAr.R- PHONE 151 unfaralabcd. crow In. n.s. $44.15. I>. 'l alit! Stop, Pban
ments. X>aam.,. fiian .4, otark Itp 14. Btark.m.- itr iL1 t

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SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKK, FLORIDA FRIDAY .
\rnll. I. .

. . eState theme of the program Is "LivinReligion" g over the meeting that was held was the guest of Mr. and Mrs, and little son, Homer Lee, of Or week's column. noon with Mrs. N

'I and the speakers will! Tuesday: afternoon of last week t in I W. G. Stringfellow Sunday. land, were weekend guests of their Mrs. L. H. Hill and Billy Ed- J. A. Howe. who'Bell',
Farm be visiting/ ministers each representing the Club Room that was beautified Mr and Mrs. Thomas L>, Adams I !'. hal
aunt, Mra. J. J Johnson, another < wards were in Valarla, Ga, Sat- Jacksonville for
Y a different denomlna- with colorful Spring blossoms. of Atlanta, Ga., were visitors ol meu.cai. 'rea'
Ily Mr*.. Bryan \\hltririd tIon. The Week of Prayer Is sponsored Upon completion of business there I Mr. Adams' grandmother, Mrs relatives. urday visiting relatives and for the past several day
.
. frlenda. ,
ed to *:
Mrs. Ann R. will leave this his home .
by the Young People's Sun was ai. enjoyable social hour durIng J. n. Treadwell, and Mr. and Mrs Guy her,, U hll '
h WEEK OF PRATER day School Class and cooperating!!! which the hostesses, Mrs. H. J. M. Bradley last Tuesday. week for Washington, D. C., to The Woman's Society of Chris- Mrs. Catherine Tear. We*
visit her son, Emory H. Guy, tian Service of the Lawtey Methodist business visitor \\IIJ
t i groups. O. Bates and Mrs. W. a. String- Accompanied by friends from I to CalneJ\11le
Rev. L. A Shepherd will begin fellow, served sandwiches and: Heilbronn Springs, Mrs. A. C. whose marriage to Miss Dorothy Church met 'Tuesday after- day of last week !

'; a Week of Prayer In the audi- Mrs. P. D. Fancher and Mrs., brownies with Coca-Colas. Davis and son, Clifton, attended Jane Cook, of Glenslde, Pa., will

torium of the Community Build-I I.1. L. Williams returned Sundaj church services at Pleasant Grove be an event of Saturday, April Statement On The \
ing at 11 o'clock Sunday morn- having visited respective BRIDGE CLUB MEETING Church near Taylor Sunday. 19. She will attend the wedding.LAWTEY IA Wet-Dry Issue

ing, April 20. The consecutive relatives since Thursday. Mrs Mrs. W. N. North entertainedthe Mra. J. E. Chambers visited Mr. ,
.
.
.
services will bo held at 7:30: P. M. Fancher was with Mr. and Mrs, State Farm Bridge Club last and Mra., Earl Chambers in Live AS one wno is a native 01: ana_

Monday through Friday. The P. D. Fancher, Jr.. In River Junc- Thursday afternoon. Attractive Oak last weekend. owns 200 acres of farmland and city and county POlice
r tion while Mrs. Williams was the arrangements of Spring flowers Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Yarbrough additional business sites in Bradford vent thllJ.I cannat,
added the charm of her homeon County and who has had
guest of Mr. and Mrs. John E. to went to Daytona Saturday on account further believe
The School
Williams in Tallahassee and of this occasion. The tallies, too, of the \Illness of Mr. Yar- .By. . . eight years' experience in the retail or city which Is that a ,*,
IF JClIV'OA DATIN'wwieCAU other relatives in Apalachicola emphasized the seasonal! theme brough's mother. liquor business at Fort Pierce, of whiskey attracts open on ,the

WRI11NC1_ and Eastpolnt.Mr. and when scores were added Mrs S-Sgt. and Mrs. Jack D. Bradley BERRIES COMING IN i Fla., I have been asked by those more home-builders more but, :;

and Mrs. Robert Williamsand J. R Kite won high prize and and their little daughter, Gail, The second round of the current who favor legalized whiskey to 'county or city where than .
; .. Miss Mildred Hundley of Mrs. C. M. Turney, second high. of Tampa were guests of Mr. and strawberry season was getting Into express my position In the wet- is bootleg the II

Jacksonville came Saturday to Their respective awards were Mrs. J. M. Bradley from Thursday full ,swing In Lawtey this dry Issue which Is now being It is
visit Mr. and MI'''. W. H. Williams crystal tumblers and a box of until Monday. Accompanied by week. The quality of the fruit brought before the public. liquor business possible to run a ,
gift cards. In bingo Mrs. J. C. Mrs. has that of last 1 wish to state that I favor without ?
I Mr. and Mrs. Williams returned Carolyn Bradley, S-Sgt. and improved over trouble
II or
I to their Jacksonville home Wallace won note paper. After Bradley and baby spent Saturdaywith week and prices, while low have honesty and legality in the sale Ing. I know excessive publir d:
Sunday while Miss Hundley remained the games Mr.. North served a Jacksonville relatives. strengthened from $3 to $6 per of whiskey. It is better to have became dim.

for several days.Mrs. frozen salad course J. M. Bradley and Jimmie Bradley crate, with a few choice berries open bars, where the sale may be years of experience ,
controlled, than to have moonshine bar near a military Install
y S. R. Dodson of Clearwater BOY SCOUT CAMPING! TRIP were'supper guests of Mr. and bringing slightly more. '
Fort Pierce
:CAU us ._ at their Santa hid out In the palmettoeswhere my business!
arrived Monday to visit Mr. ant No. 104, Mrs M. F. Coker
Scout
Boy Troop spon-
WALL IMPROVES: STOREJ. the law Is at great disad- never off-limits.
Mrs. R. M. Markham and othct sored by Raiford Baptist Church Fe Lake home Saturday.Mr. E. Wall, Jr., has added a refrigerated vantage in regulating sale to min The Federal
Wallace
Farm friends. Mrs. Dod on was Friday and Mrs. J. C. governmeni
PHONE 150 enjoyed an ever-night camp weekend with relatives meat display case to ors, or at late hours. It Is better Prohibition, ana It
I formerly a resident of the Farm. : April 11, under the direct spent the past the of his wa a fu:
grocery department to have the whiskey In glass For the same reasons
Jacksonville.
in prow,
TO li STARKE TAXI SERVICE COMMUNITY CLUB MEETING Scoutmaster.supervision of The R. following P. McLendon boys, 'A.A Mrs. W. O. Strintrfellow store-here. _. and -plans_ .to handle. a _cases___ .and___ the,_ L customers____ a In. the Is a failure In.any county t
Mrs. P. D. Fancher. Presidentof attended: I and little Margot;:;: B rkl-eyretum. complete line or iresn meats lor I upon, man 10 nave DOin. nlo. Out so nas caused more Strife

the Community Club, presided Wm. Oscar Engram, Jr.. Carl ed Thursday from Atlanta, Ga..,, the convenience of his customers. In the bushes. any other Issue ever brought
i W Boys and girls can't buy It under fore America.I .
to that cit# Tuesdayto
00------ - ----- - r ,y *srI' take Mrs. George Manassa and licensed sale, but they will in believe it would
Spooner, Leonard Sapp, Laverne C. Kelly Is the owner of the be m
Longer Wear Spooner, Jack Kelly, Jimmy Bowling children home. recently completed Cities Service a so-called dry county. betterment and well-bel'1',
'
There
'f Through Repair Marvin Pritchett Kenneth service station here instead of C are other forms of pro- whiskey were sold openly
Expert ,
. . . tection under legalized sale that legally in Bradford
Barwick, Bud Dobbs and their R. Whitehead, as stated in last CountyI

i NEW ,LIFE FOR OLD SHOES mascott, Spanky McLendon. Hampton laws.cannot Hours be enforced of bar sales under are reg-dry make this statement wi'

e, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen ulated by State legislation. Whla- any desire to arouse gigumet!:

;T.. BIGGS & BAKER and Miss Pauline Brannen spent By Mrs. M. C. Sweeney CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION key cannot be sold within 300 dissension, but as one wht, '1'
. . .
105 W. Call St. Starke Fla. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D. H. feet of a church, or 500 feet of a cerned with the best inter,'
1 Beasley in Lake Butler. KNIGHT-FORSYT1I school. In a dry county moon- the county.

-- --.--,.. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Woodward Bradford County friends will be shine can be, and is sold in many

and Richard Woodward were Interested to learn of the marri- undesirable places, and at any Buck
guests of Mr. and Mrs Bard Galeat age of Miss Ina Forsyth, daughter time. An 'average-sized force of Jones
For SAFETY, their St. Augustine Beach home
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsyth
(; (:Paid Adv.) ____
last weekend.Mrs. > to Johnnie I. Knight, of Starke, WW|
Comfort and T. F. Grady of Starke and 13. The cere-
: Economy. BUS't on Sunday, April
t q AIIlf her visitors, Col. and Mrs. Erwin mony was performed by County

and Miss Jean Edwin, visited Mrs Judge E. K. Perryman at his I Driven Miles\
1OOO
,py OUR BUS SCHEDULES: r George Manassa and Mr. and Mrs. residence. For the present, Mr. ?

T- r N. IIOU.NII p. now K. nouivnMt. W. G. Strlngfellow Sunday. and Mrs. Knight are :making: their.
giieIMt f Jw.F': a!. t'rc. V laJvlH. Ancur.llnVI 'W.,'Simi.IIOt7NO.... Guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. home with her parents here. The' GET Pure-Sure
Or it .. tirvrn CovetOlim \ln U'vlll.l** Sellers and Mr. and Mrs. p. S. family moved here from Lubricatior
r siinit AN :9M AM' AM Minn AM, Forjyth
Il!:)n 'hll AM ''US AM i tin: PM' TlUII: PM' Crews during the weekend were Lawtey six months ago.
1O 115/ AM lOl'JU': AMttM Tile PMJri ...... Cllr via Mr. and, Mrs. W. S. Rivers and (
f'3E .5 HlHM AM : > .. .
PM
ilr la.18 I'M llil I'" (Wk.. n Ultra cv. only sal,,. 18.1"Ink AM Hnlleri children and Mr. and Mrs. Waldo WILLIAM: G. WEEST. JR. Wainwright'sPURE
t 4,55 PM 1'"US PMU'vlll. YdAM 3il.) PM Pringle and children all of Au- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weest of PHARMACIST
HUM I'M .. ..
lOriM PM NiRO AM onlri \.F.. 1'.1"" .nraekl ... TllO PI burndale and Miss Ruby Jewell Miami have announced the birth OIL SERVICE STATION
P P'd via ninndlB TOO PM Oiin AM Thornton of Jacksonville Mrs. of a son, William Gordon Jr., on
r 4k MlddlrkurcillM ....,...... Phone 64 STARKEOntireMinit
oalrl -
Ief, ;( I'M TilW PM Emma Rivers, who had been visiting Thursday, April 10, at the Edge- Temple Avenue and Pratt Streets
a'8' relatives In this vicinity, re- water Hospital in Miami. Mr. and Service
4 For Courteous Correct Information Phone 147 turned to Auburndale Sunday with Mrs. Weest are former residentsof

Mr. and Mrs. Rivers. Hampton and moved only last
Ride Florida Greyhound Lines Inc. Busses Supper guests Tuesday of Mr. fall to Miami. The baby's paternal -
" 1W
t UNION and Mrs. R. W. Brannen were grandmother, Mrs. Thos. F. s
BUS STATION Mrs. R. B. Raulerson and Mrs. Brown, resides here. v/f

W Temple, Ave. LACY CONWAY. Agent Starke, FU. Strickland of Pahokee, Mrs. Pot- FRED KILAND HOME 't / t ++

ter of Okeechobee and Mrs. H. 0
Fred D. Klland: returned to his !
P. Gainey of Brooker.
home here last week after eight
I Mrs. J. M. Brownlee of Starke / II DR/YE
months spent abroad on duty with
the Merchant Marine. Mr. and

: CANNON And WEBB( GROCERY JUST RECEIVEDA Mrs.relatives Eiland in Deland have, been Orlando visiting, and

Jacksonville since his return. They
Friday & Saturday Only Carload Of were accompanied home by Mr d

''I! and Mrs. Marvin J. EUand, of
7 FulI-O-Pep Stock Orlando, who spent the weekend
,, 16 Oz. Glass VAN CAMPS here.


Beans &Franks Feeds MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS
.16 Hampton school children received "flQXIOAS

,? I free medical examinations Fri- 5 SILVER SPRINGS

' No. 2 Can I day and Monday under ,the ex-
perienced scrutiny of Dt\.R. D.


i r New Orleans Kidney Beans .13 : Walz.expert Crooks,, and State County Board Nurse of Health Anna -



'CY Y 1-2 Gallon Crock CURED S Friends of Mrs T. C. Chastain 100 NEW CUSTOMERS For The
will be pleased to hear that her
condition is improving followingan D NEW, IMPROVED SERVICESNow

Whole Dill Pickles .32 appendectomy performed at Being Offered By Your Local
St. Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville -
Monday, FORD DEALER.

' 12 Oz. Glass Misses Betty Horne and liar-

vene Watterson, Seniors at BHSIn


ii B&M.CornRelish - .13 Junior-Senior Starke USO ,building attended banquet In the Starke at"the school's Fri-former X115" l Your Service CertificateCOSTS t i f i


16 Oz. GlassMacaroni day of last week. Misses Helen
Adkins and Hilda Brown, BHS ONLY $6.00

q Juniors, were also present. C

f Salad r r r r r .13 Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Touch- Entitles You To 10 Complete Lubrications
ton, of Belle, were visiting friends
here Saturday.Mr. A BIG SAVING Over The
,' 1 No. 2 Can and Mrs. Homer Fancher
} I: Regular Price'of A GreaseJob..


Cut String Beans .12 FEED Ful-0-P.p Broiler 1 r A r&

for fact, economical ,
wine and uU-m.at.d, w.H- Major and Minor REPAIRSNew
M1 1 ANY BRAND ,Jellow-Ihaaked bird*.
Fortified with ip.cUl .ource. of"tamlae HUSCULARPAIN'R Goodyear TIRES
and organic alto to Batteries, Tires
I 3 Tall MILK .39 build big frame., round bone.
K and meaty bird.. Come In and and Tubes, and All Parts
talk: with as about the Fnl-O-
E
Pep Plan of railing broUer... LIE 4. are coming in much bet A
Krafts American let nu. .how you bow you may
Cheese lb. .5Br Jaere...
t Ful-0-P.o.your Wa broiler,. profit the Rub on NEURA'BALMI. ter than before. We are

.. PfNTKATINOMdlCMlOB 600x16WE now ready to render you ,

I MEATS .....s Ih. ducomforo'Mll_oft. prompt service.
,
T paa.;
I Il
n 2. STIMULATING HAVE

1.1. actin itlct .nclrraUcloa

f # brnk.."10th.Co cop.snuoo. CMlp. AMMONIUMSULPHATE [ Yocam & FordBatteries


WHEN fou rub Mxnbinc N...,...,,,, .. _
Minful 'PO... ic ..,n, ra work .tat..ntl.. t t i
; HERMAN'SSkinless l Pam through*UCMI coojacMi.M.. Frnb inV Mirfac, *..blood. Sowing. World's Finest Fertilizer -
rene.d' 1,1.
l "7'ttt"*' .ehlo,, '. :' .. Thu .mlMriMnlVrll :. :
We Also Carry A by .ruin. "P"""" or .titu| ... Will Give You
ScMnciBc ._ ..., ...
Franks lb. arch: *? N. .* In 10-Lb.
39 balm woke fur and ,ttlnil,. Bags Better
High Line Alto 4r>iid for ih. nlwl of rar>liil< Service
Quality
..... .
.il cM aor.n.r du< c cis ling or burning
'. of :cp. skin: ilrad: -bumioc fm. NEW MOTORS "
of Hardware and 6" and 8"
N.-abam
.. a. Rrea.Y.r and n..nl_ to Cylinder ON HAND
.
WHITE End Cuts .. .... So suucbo "_,..o CLEAN and -
.40 Farm Mmaisa 00 a.rb_ tar want lad lad
ImplementsFanners'Supply wel.u.la: t.h.f from twunl t and mu.ulaa

acbea M2.l and pain.> b,,rub t.r ..rich. fnj N-ab.lm.benw. II,Fill blg ANDREWS
BACON p..Yad br turn. Follow d nct '.Tia; /oki.a. MOTOR CO.
; Center Cuts .45 A.MODERN dcu. com in JJ*.754 and ?.? b.trla,

-CLEAN-SOOTHING
i SALES and SERVICEPHONE

NEURA'BALM
MIKE MARUCA Owner EASY 118 STARKE FLA.PAGE .

I WAY RCUtr FROM ACMES AMI AIN

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'. ..\ 18. 1941 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ST. RKE. FLORIDA AGE: SEVEN!
---
: o'clock on the subject "Wake Up, I end visit I r
with
her
sister Miss Ii i all-day program centering aroundthe Rail Board Sets NOTICE OF APPLIP 4TIOY roll he sold! to the highest bidder at
NewsRK'S !America" At the 8 o'clock even I Marvella Matheny at Trinity College theme of Mother's Day. T\V. ItVKII..:. I the court house door on the first t
Iliinn
larch I I mil \ 11113NOTICM '
ing service the topic will be "Llf a' | On the return trip home I The' Rev. S. E. Sparks, pastor. Hearings Here For IS tI :nF.BY I1IVKV, that Monday: In month of May 1(47,
Most Important Question". Mr. M. N Hrnntloy the linliloi, "f | which t. the Bth day of May, 147..
Young Marvella accompanied the party extends a cordial Invitation to the j I Building Movers the following oartlflcittoii has fllmlalii Pitted thin tnd day of April 1947. I
People meet at 7 .
EPISCOPAL p. m. for public to participate In the following ".rlltl "I. tor.. tax. land. to (OFFICIAL SWAL> A, J. Thomas',
a three-day visit with her he boned thereon Thft c..rllth''I.
rlcrK of Circuit Court of BradfordCounty.
Subject for discussion at Prayer mother activities of the day: Recognition of a housing emergency number and years of Innuunr, thidomrlptlnn > Florliln. 4-4 4t 4-16
Mark's in Starke.
>.,y services at St. Meeting, Wednesday 8 p. m., will 9:30: a. m. Mothers' Day pro- that might warrant the of .the property, 'and thnamn r
,11 1, church: Sunday School be, "The Ten Commandments." Services at the Tabernacle were gram by the Sunday School. granting of temporary permits to are aft* follows In which, It was assessed I
The TELEGRAPH!: ha* just no i
carried
Morning Prayer and on, during the absence of 10:00 a number of truck operators to ('nil tin.'. No. 83 Yonr of Is-
the Sponsors, by R. J. Gomes and : a. m. Sunday School suet,,-. 11145.TMirrlptlnn. calved new pre-war qualityrutitor REAL
At The move dlxraanteled from
Tabernacle buildings
ll d Ri members of the Tabernacle lesson. 1 of Property: WW of ban d a. Plenty o
it. Service and Bible Classm group. abandoned military Installationswas NEW ofNKl, HiM-tl.m. 13. 'rowushlp e
11:00 a-t-r-e-t-c-h amt and!
) Mr. Gomes also conducted the : a. m. "Kingdom BullJ- Mouth' UUIIMB 23 snap
list
Mr and Mrs. J. T. Quigley Indicated this week In an containing/
announcement
m Youth ers" by Dr. John Magutre, State 10 sores inure or less.Name trrngtli.. Four sizes at 49o pet f
Pastor. Edna and Leonard Meeting Saturday night
Creasey Nogel attendedthe by the Florida Railroad .
5 S.V which Board Secretary. In which assessed: Ohurliiy '1uart" -pclln"box.A real bargain
proved mont Interesting,
National Laymerm' Evangelistic Commission of hearings to EYantley.
Association Convention in especially the innovation In Bible 11:50: a. m. Tithes and love be held at the courthouse In All of said prf4prtv halnir. In I
Churchrev the County of UrnO'oril, state of
jodist Tampa Saturday and Sunday. Quizzes: testing the Bible knowledge offering for Building: Fund. Starke Saturday morning, April Fli.rMa.UnlenK. :

W J. Churchwell, pas- They were accompanied by Miss of those participating. Tues 12:00: Noon Refreshments 10, at 10 a. m. rat.M shall such. bn certificate r..tlcem.*d or Mcoordtno oortlfl- Williamson

First Methodist Church, Alma Jean Matheny who remained day evening the meeting consist. 1:30: p. m. Devotional Ser In giving public notice of the tn. law the "properly. il"..mirlbti. 'In
*<, Electric Service i
such certificate crrtlf Irat0n
ed of or will I
Scripture testimony
quotations a -
Lk Sunday morning at 11 in St. Petersburg for a week. vice by Rev. W. M. Webb. hearing the Commission stated

by Miss Marvella Mathenyand 1:45 Roll i t Call of that the sale and removalof I .
._ -.- _'_no T. _'_'__9 a short message by the Sponsor : p. m. -
Church. various buildings from U. S. Electrical Repairs
of the Tabernacle. The con ATHLETES FOOT GERM
military bases within
gregation then went In a body to 2:00: p. m. Singing by Brad of Florida. 1 la of considerable the State Importance HOW TO KILL IT. and House Wiring

the Court House to lend their sup. ford County Singing Convention. In relieving the, prevent IN ONE HOUR, .-. .. .. .. ..

port to the Bradford County Drya housing situation In thin state. IT NOT PLKASED. your :Slla: back FREE ESTIMATES
in session there.Heilbronn Commissioners Favor The of A.k any drug-gist! for this STRONGfungicide (""'
policing this (
4.h P truimporta TEAL. Made with BO i "rof rr "
Giving Counties7th tion undertaking has become a ,* alcohol, it PENETHATKS. Reacllami -
Baptist serious .* kills MORIS form tutor I T1IE KRESS, FLA.
problem for the Commission r
I'' 1 Cent of Gas Tax and its inspectors;" Today at Cano\a I'h..nnaw'y I
ll'' L Homecoming Day will be observed -
,ly h The hearing will be held for I 1
at the Heilbronn Baptist During one of the busiest suasions -I I

\, l i l l ol Church, Sunday, May 11, with an In recent months, the Boardof I problem the purpose and of granting investigating such temporary theI Radio i Batteries t i 5.95 !

County Commissioners went on
ll'hl1' permits as may be found ..r ,
record last week as favoring a necessary to relieve the emeig-

in taking 3)f ) State bill to divert "the seventh, ency. 4jQxJIP1ES:; I 148035Eastern I

cent gasoline tax to the counties,, Notice was also given that a
of tearing will be held' at the name
:Vr I It
care provided that the bill Is amendedto I I
time and place on the application
i clothes fS"fISH l read that the Comptroller' make t of Jos. J. Plerson of Starke fore Auto Supply r t

tea ,,, your -mot his remittances directly to th I limited common carrier Certificateof

.. Board of County Commissioners,, Public Convenience and Neces-

'r =. '\zti: "- At All TimesSea Instead of said remittances'being; city authorizing the transportation STARKE, FLA.
I of prefabricated and other
is still made to the State Board of Administration I
High priced wearing apparel
Trout Red Bass buildings from Camp Blending to
with us. That's why it's wise and Sheep Head for the county boards. all points In Florida.
Pompano would be used for road
to The funds
sensible precious
preserve your .
i Mullet Croakers .
wardrobe. Expert dry cleaning gives Large Shrimp construction and obtaining right Quail Distributed

your suits and coats that brand new 0 of-ways. By FFA Members I Starke Service
look as well as longer life, becauseof Action was deferred In an Individual Battery
,.
Baltimore request for medical aid
Florida &
our appearance-reviving use-pro- Bradford's quail hunters haven
and also In the case of Scott C
longing technique. To get double OYSTERS Alvarez who claimed Injury o pro pt-rt of more sport with the

duty from your clothes put your recent distribution of npproxl
occasioned b
the Conner bridge, )
clothing in our hands. alleged needed repairs Addltlona'Information I mutely 100 pairs o f bobwhites Located at Temple & Lake Service Station

Fresh Dressed & Drawn indicated that thi among members of the local FFA

PIIONE 135 Fryers & liens complaintant's injury occurred or I chapter to help replenish the

the Union County portion of th supply killed and strengthen the y Rebuilt Batteries I
OBT. 315 bridge. remaining stock

MagnoliaFish Came Warden M. L. Johns, who
BEEN 9feuJ Purchase of a 1947 Chevrole
TempleAve. c originated the Idea to place the
truck was authorized by thi $6.00
a birds under care of FFA boys, up
x ner MarketPHONE Board. The vehicle priced a t
said that quail locally distributed
$2370. will be procured througl 11
I
In recent by the State Game
yeara Old
the Torode Chevrolet Co.we And Your Battery
37 I & Fresh Water Fish Commissionhad t
been depleted to a regrettable Guaranteed Work

extent by "wild cats, foxes, pole
cats, hogs and house cats," not
to mention a few off-season killers I

of the human variety. Don't Discard Your Old Battery
Under Johns' new arrangement, 11
t i
the have been distributed 'I
pairs
Rebuild
Let Us It
among approximately 40 FFA
members who have placed the 'I ii

FolloWfh quail in likely localities on the

edge of briar patches or field.. i

and will act as observers and
SATURDAY g caretakers until they are "0111 u 11 i

APRIL enough to care for themselves."
The birds usually hatch duringthe I ,
1 ( $ P,1 I. month of May I
Stork |
I.f The quail are annually received
SPRING&t4
from Texas and distributed a-
wardens throughoutthe
mong game
.., I t tpRlL
state. To date, 20,000 birds

have been released, with a nominal -
shipping loss of 250.: Bradford

county has a tolal allottmcnt of

300,. authorized by the Commission. Cleanser r I



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Diapers, Doz. to box 10 Qt. PAILS .39

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M.-..-,. .m....._..--. n ..,....+w-_." ......whoa.- Men's ShortsBroadcloth
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Undershirts I \WESTERN GRADE "A" MEATS

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0ft Satene tfl aHd S eda9. ,tltut 19-20 r Men's Sport Shirts : Hamburger .32HHEAKFAST IKKSH; DltKSSKI; )

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.. Y..-**ove' .boon following the stork In Jacksonville unco Through Baby Dy-DM Service you are ....In. ike ONE 2.85 ea. Hens .55
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.0. "d right sow *.,..n.moo ll>"11.000"' uljr'.""'."* diaper. advice Ihic iivn you Jatitlf ",..." .... Oiapen. ore .
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buoythae ... laf And .h.n. to make doubiy.urr..ch duper STHII'S:;
found we couldn't lake care of all our old 100 per cent *
Inmdt and at tko.....time make. new on... la actually "g.rm-proofd" treated wiik. a new ...,.cI.ami r 1.25 ea. i iGirls' COTTAfJK:
So...did....Hmuble'''..n". Y'.bu.lt a new plant in grow leptic that h.lpI lk.m nay germ freo!.. .J.,.on end.We iI
I ins. Soutkiide. Our new 100,000 Baby Oy.Che S,rvca! Plant are proud,too,to be a member.,oho National Intliluto I Bacon .39
Is ino I.nut, mow........".most tonilary diaprr laundry in ikeantir. of Diaper 50......., Inc., of New York,wkuk ace.pulor m.mDtrihip DressesI I
.South. We are proud of it. only ike. lafeM ck-anMt. mathc..nt planla.Wo '{ Cheese .19SKINLESS .
*now... .... eiprcially"invite lo"Oprn Hou.."-or at any time, for I.r .
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and economical *,net. tkal mailer,pro.pn.tive new_... .. Inipecl our cu. ea. I ; :; I
.Ve cordially invite our old 'rio..... and our now fmndi to late plant and ara for yourwlf to what. Mtremn wo...Jon.la I
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I"j Pct our new Soiiikude homo Saturday April protect
Sw day.April! JO. whet we will bold on"Op.s U-..." SMw ..........will receive free tub.-riplioni to "..by Ladies Shoes I \Weiners .39 DAISY
k,:' U)ncomnonded by doctor,and nuriot and.fccallk. ou.h.T..'Ik," aln.menidymapun.sowreadbyw.r200,000'f -
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I PAG& BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE FLORIDA ** D\Y, I
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comb Edward Shull Donal, Thomas. J McLnuehlln, when real Doc Defendant ,.
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Boy Scout News I iI Drake ElectedTo dence and addreaa. la Northern State UR : o :
,
Bacon Charles de Prather an,. EXPANDED MONEY SUPPLY Hospital, H..droVoolle. )', Waihlng AND NOTlenPTgiUC411: \ I
I VFW
Head PostL. Ion. STATE ..
Member of local Scout Troop
Myron Lavely. Yon are required' to appear on David. L4eck whFl.gJJrAr IJ I,
70 who will attend summer en-'Ir II The next meeting of the Troo:n'' CALLED MAJOR PROBLEM May 10th IP47.!. In the above named Atlantic A <. : h
c6m- .
'' M, Drake wag elected Court and ...uHe. wherein plaintiff You are i"iuir Vr", Hu(
Echocatee'were
} campment at Camp U scheduled! for April 28. tnander of the reactivated Veter- seeks divorce. Bradford County May mh 1947. ", 'h'L, ghks, I
r forces arising from a great increase! in the '". publish thin' OlderIn Court and ,.??,,, ,,
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Iroll.rh : I. :
announced at last Monday'smeeting. Donald Bacon Charles da Pra INFLATIONARY ans of Foreign Wars pont at Its next weekly lawuea.Wltneaa seeks divorce wUy h
money supply can best be curbed at source by reducing of I' my hand and official Telegraph .hall krndt.r", d l ,
Will Include Jimmy first regular meeting Thursday P\.b"'ho\ :
They Smith and Bill
ther, Tommy ;::r the Federal debt and inducing non-bank investors to seal at Slarko. Florida, this April In next tour we"kh 1..1.
I Green, Thomas Harding, George Weldon have passed their tender- last week. 16th, 1947.OFFICIAL, Witness my '
buy more Government bonds according to a study reviewed ( REAL) A. J. Thomas. Neal at Starke. h"M II
foot requirements. Other officers are: Dub Rhoden, FLrIJ ntL"
Winkler, Arthur Winkler, Ronald tad approved by tbe Committee on A. Clerk ofanUI Court. 181h, 1947. ,
Rowe, Bert New Thomas B. Harding Jr. Scribe quartermasters: J. J. Pierson, senIor By Lucille C. Conner D. C. Andrews Jimmy Public Debt Policy. The study was and the volume of business, tht T. Frank Lnndrum, Starke. Fin. A. SEAL) I,
ClArk "
---- prepared by Roy L. Relersna. economist Committee believes Is to reverse vice commander: Ed Silver- Atty. for I'lf 4-18 4t 5-9 Lucille of raid urrA' T1.
C.
Notice Of Unpaid Delinquent of Bankers Trust Company, the process by which the money nail Junior vice commander; AI Joe Hill William..Cones, D c"
New Yoi'k. It describes the expand. supply was Increased during tbe Krltemeyer, sergeant-at-arms; A. !V OT feel Atty. for PI(. 1.ak 8utk
Tangible Personal Property Taxes ed money supply as tbe major economic war; In short to follow policies L. Crosby service officer; Lavon : TO This A I.L WHOM la to notify IT MAY all CONCRRN Creditor: I.IJ ,

I problem arising out of war that will reduce bank holdings of Alvarez, judge advocate; and Ernest to file any and all claims against
AH provided by Chapter 20723, Acts of 1941, Notice is hereby give I financing. the Federal debt. The only way to Phillips historian.A I the estate of S. R. Johns, Sr.. with
that tangible personal property, taxes assessed for year 1945 are now, "Never before In the nation's history" do this Is to reduce the national the County Judge. of Bradford i 'IRE
J. Thomas S. O. Denmarkand County Htarke, "'Florida on or before -
delinquent, and beginning April 1st such taxes are drawing intercfll t: the study finds "has the debt out of a budget surplus and eight months from the firat
of one cent month plua the proportionate cost of publlnhlng. money supply been so large either to sell more bonds to non bank In Captain Richard G. Kid.I were publication of thla notice or Bald
per per ; In terms of absolute the or In relation ve tora. *Tbl means especially the named members of the trustee claim will I be barred by Htatlitea of
thin notice Unless the amounts set each name below art
opposite
K IJmttatlona I { ; that all debts to theextate e
to national Income During of committee.
continued and Increased sale
,,+ l paid before the first day of May 1947 warrants will Issue thereor I the six defence and are to be, paid. to the under,
waryeera savings bonds.Commercial -
directing levy upon and seizure of the tangible personal property ol t I money In circulation Increased fromI banks at the beginning Commander Drake said "a live signed April adminlHtratrlx.Thla 18th 1947. E ,
the taxpayer for unpaid taxes penalties and additional costs. > I I 6-billion dollars[] at the end of 1939 of 1916 held 15.6 billion dollarsof wire organization la now In the Julia Johns Administratrix ,
name of dellquent personal property taxpayers and the amount ol f'l to 288 billions at the end of 1945. the Government debt; six years making," and urged all overseas 4-18 4t 5-9 {

taxes, Including the cost of advertisIng and the first month's penaltj' During the same period, demand Inter 88.9 billion dollars. While veterans to attend the group's IN CIRCUIT COURT. nRtnponnCOUNTY. \R\
are as follows: deposits of commercial banks Increased this expansion of more than 73 billions regular meetings to be held from FLORIDA IN (;".\N. HOWA
I fiom 29 bllllona to 73 billions. was occurring, the banks' 8 to 9 p. m. each Thursday at the ceeRY.Lode ; : FOLKS: :
",'.0..1 Itlslrirla 2 HlarllnK. N. tiHitninor _..____n___ 30 4 I If acme/ deposits and Government loans Increased less than nine billions Armory. Heck Plaintiff va, Jim DavidW.C.T.D. Once there
r Ailklnn, Clan-me. 15113 A. A _____... __ :a.lit, Included, total wo a nlghll,
: deposits are attributed to theli
Ireene> ., Paul n. ____uuno_ 1.76Kakh Hupp. J. l I. __ __u________ a.f( largely Plans are under way for the erection dancer who climaxed| "hn
': 1+ U It. Clifford A Clara. 27.111 Happ. fl W--------------- 1 71iti!I deposits of commercial banks Increased contribution to the defence and of a clubhouse with "
't. .1. Kalrh, U It. ________________ II 4iHlade William, O M.Wllkeixnn ______.___ .___ :1 I from 45 blllloDS at the end war effort through loans to Industry rec- by leaning over hiu'kmn
; ,, l.natur _______________ 4.87Nrhni n O. ____...______ 1.4S!9 I of 1939 to 128 billions at the end of and to enable others to buy reational facilities. picking up her handl J

.elo'a Orlll>l ItUtrlrt_________\n._u_3An ._ 11.S3H Hrhool, r Ulrlrl C. _____VHntihlnaon u._.10. >.29! 1945. Tbe Increase In deposits during Government bonds. That the banks The opening of a beer Jointor with her teeth. For an*,
Hin, CyriiM I'. .. I.BlIlradford Norman, Fl F'--------------- the war years reflect large themselves want to Increase their We have letter and legal size she leaned over baikuird
tlniiiw ---::::::::::.. 2981 Htrlcklnml, W, R::::...:::. : HI t purchases of Government securities lending Is shown by expansion In papers to suit your needs' : onionskin store In a community almost picked her
up teeth
.n..I drill. _-.-.:::-..--.::-...-.-. IdeaOrern <:93Qnxaett Thomas Mrhoi.l, Wm Ulalrtol.-No..-__It_- !.l g by tbe banka made .. a necessary their loan portfolios since the Victory bond, rag content, second Immediately depreciate: e 0
Hardware & Fnrnttur "Hrbnol' DIsIIelNo.' :la: support of the war finance pro&ram.The Loan of 194S. sheets, etc. The TELEGRAPH. property values
Company __ ___uu_.__ 13B.1 Johns, A. P, ____...__.._... 1.IS banks were la effect underwriters YYC,40 n..ft"_ ......._. ..._.._.-._.... ..fthn'nftAA.. __ Copied From National Prohl- A husband I 18 a mw ,
Johns, t'orley -____________.._ 14 ni I..nby.. W. B, .._.._-6 i the firmly believes he
Kltty'a Pleas _____n_________ It,51 MooJy .I. J. __ ___..._..__ 3.UI of the great war loans, the study finds, the war has left riRrrrr TOI'NTr FLORIDA COURT. BRAOFOHU' bitionist. breakfast, ran n|
l, q l.lttlx I Inln A <1, II I 40.67MiiKlx Mi-hool latrlrt No. 18: ready to take what was not sold to banking system and commercial IN C1IAV.CFHV. read hid urn, u
{, : rill ('n, _____:::::::::: 17.2:l Starling, H D ._. .. _.___. 1.84 other Investors.. banks strong and In a position to Court and canoe, wherein plaintiff NOTICE listen to the radio, II...,

4?n' qjg Hitch l I'tlnvantlR., Carl NIcK____::_-_-_-_.::_._._._... J487Hllilnw 147l Mrkool. C. It Illatrlrt...-:.__IVa._-.:_-1AAlvaro. __ 24 The way to restore a normal balance serve the count..,.'* business effec VM Cue. Thomas No. 6688.ORDER. M.. Hook. Defendant The W.C.T.U. noon tide hour wife talk, and, Mill! not ,
H"nJ _____u____.._?__ J4 n Alvarea, M J. ........________ 2 n4 between the supply of money tlvely. OF PUBLICATION of prayer will be observed by anything Important
Ar w Starling, tire I'onrl .________ a AARninn AlvHroa, .I. W. ___ ______ .1 HO ANn NOTtm e e
r. O __ _-_____..... 914 (CroHbv Floyd _-______ 7S4 STATE TO APPEAR members of the W.C.T.U. and e
r n Sal", flu A II. -. n ... .____ 61.!)8Nllll Lennon' Mink, .._. ........_____ 738 National Guard belt Szymczak this week pointedout M Honk,OF whose FLORIDA realdence to: and Thomas ad- others who wish to Join in nut you'll be mining ,
Oil r-n 7 W 1 7H
'e4. Victory liar. : if" 12 M Thomua, id.7is.1-:-:::....;:.:-:::: 204II a certain advantage In Guard dress la unknown.You same each week day during. thing mighty Important hear t
Mlmlitrly. M----- 7.OHWllllama Tyson Wm. Jr. _....._____ :.13: Will Hold Drills are required to appear on unless
May 19th, the wet and you bring It II
qn Jon 1ZBIWurrwn. : Tyson Albert .._____..______ 3.111 enlistment not generally realized. Court and 11)47 ,In the above named dry campaign now
John ----___ 1.17 Nrhool DbtrIrtNn' 1H Twice Membership in the Guard affords aeeka divorce case and wherein plaintiff being. waged In Bradford Coun- regularly for a Ihiirouuh I U
Ni-h.,..l Itl.lrlrt -o. 41 Amerlran Tunif Groves, Inc. ... 9160 Weekly restoration of cation Job New pan ,
ll.a CnrmlchiK-l. A. C .._________ S Bit ('r""hY. W. C .__ .._____ 47.NI a man opportunity to gain promotion maiden name. Bradford County ty.The alf
q Cirlffla, Uorilon ______________ 200UilHklrm C'roHhy A. IM _.--_..__.. '_ II 10 The greater part of ordnance, which would give him a In Telegraph next four h weedy Issues this. Order ringing of a church bell hard to get ao take ntrj! p
!i' ,. J. D. __ _______ 279 tires, C. C. __-._____ ._ I 16,99 caution to prolong the ui
Ori-.n. Nelson 7' -_____n_u___ 22.2McBwaln Mvlvln, r. C'--______ _-- __ II.HII engineering and signal equipmentnow "head start" in event of future Wltneaa at my hand and officialaenl will be the call to prayer for the .
'I'Y Cullen A r, 20Afnrtln Hlnkca., Jl K. 10 ** or wartime military Htarke Florida this April this particular dry effort one you have.GULF
-- emergency
-- .
( t Walter; M _:__:: HIM' Hhiiw. Mrx A: B.Ihnmaa : _: :: ____ 21.17 requited by Starke's National Imh 1947.OKFICIAL
M.lamJ It. I. n__"__m__ .. 97.71 Alfred. ___.._ .___n_ 3.67 service. Guardsmen would not (Aa Clerk of SEAL) A. J. Thomas "It Is always noontime somewhere OIL PRODUCT
Guard Company, has been received said Court.
j necessarily see earlier service In Rv Lucille C. Conner, D P. Washing
C. A.Collector and stored in the unit's|I a selectee army. Veterans of T Frank Uindrum. Staikp, Fla. And across the awakeningcontln..nts : Polishing
Tax Bradford County. Airy fur I'lf. 4-18 4t 6-9 Greasing
supply rooms at the Armory, Cap- World War II, in any case are
tain R. O. Kldd announced liable to return to active From shore to shore
yes- duty as IV CIRCUIT! COURT Hit \DFORD somewhere -
V' II Temple & Lake
i iv terday. members of the reserve, for ten ("eol'N'I'Y FLOIIIIIAI nr C""N ,

For the remainder of the com years after their discharge. Rlle"n rr.n y_McLaughlin. Plaintiff vil Our. prayers are rifling evermore Service Station
pany's fiscal year, drills will' be Maintenance ofie company's I 'rhu",,,,, J. M.-I.aughlln Defendant ."
'' I'r P e- -" --uu FOR SALE held twice weekly--on Wednes- varied supplies is being supervised I Cane No. 5567ORDER OF, PUBLICATION Signed Mrs.V.. N. Johnson, Phone 179f

days and Fridays.. I I by Staff Sergeant W. C. Rho- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR President Laura Scott Union.
16x16 Hutments
a1 Army I Regular Army instructor Nor- den. STATE OF FLOIUDA to: Mr. I

r $200 EACH DELIVERED! '" .i
I Notice Of Unpaid Delinquent
)''t STARKH AND VICINITY

i '' ALSO Intangible Personal Property TaxesAs Attention Citizens of Bradford County!


1 d A 1 complete heating unit with 41 steam provided by Chapter 20724 Acts of 1941. notice is hereby given

p fI radiators. that intangible and beginning personal with property taxes 1st assessed for 1945 are now delinquent Your! County Is LEGALLY DRY. It Was Made So At
April such taxes
4 hot water units with 1000-gallon tanks. are drawing Interest
elk
I or 2
t" h 6 ? Toilets! and cast iron wash sinks. per cent cost per of month publishing plus a this penalty notice.'of 10 Unless per cent the and amount the proportionate set I i GREAT. COST Of Time And- Money. Why Spend TheTaxpayers'

Electric' Ildu'res.llIscellaneou'l opposite each name below are paid before the first day of May 1947
; !' plumbing fixtures-soil pipe. tax executions will Issue thereon and be delivered to the sheriff for 1 I 1 Money To Decide That Which Is Already

l '( Adjustable library shelves. levy upon any property real, personal, or mixed belonging to the tax _
; Q Sheet; galvanized metal. payer for unpaid taxes, penalties and additional costs. The names of Satisfactorily Decided?

( 21x4: Buildings with Novelty SIdlnjr. delinquent Intangible personal property taxpayers and the amount of _.
All sizes Water Pipe, Valves and Fittings. taxes Including the cost of advertising- and the first month's penalty --- ...
are as follows:
1 All Sizes Lumber -

toot Inch Plywood. Half Price. American Tuna Mills Inc. ._ 4384 American Tung Orovea In... 169.08 ; We Earnestly Request That You Do NOT SIGN The Petition -
c1 No. 1 Oak Flooring.

i4 trl r' I Windows and Frames Complete. C.Tax A.Collector KNIGHT Bradford County. For An Election, Regardless Of The Promises Made. You

Screens and Doors.
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I' ,I ,i Aluminum Roofing. Will Be Glad You Did NOT Sign

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a BRADFORD COUNTY
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11 PAGE EIGHT __ .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKK, FLORIDA FRID.1y. AI'fj, .
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| romb, Edward Shull, Donald Thom, J. McLaughlin, whole residence |. Peek Lefendanl .
Scout News ElectedTo
Boy Drake .
and address la Northern State' ORDIUt 3
i I Bacon, Charles de Prather and EXPANDED MONEY SUPPLY ] Hospital, "Bi'droVoolly' Wanhlnvtun. 0(1' PU1f
ANDFINOTICIg: TrItAIjAnDavid \ '
Members! of local Scout Troop Myron Lavely. Head VFW Post ,
I I You are required to appear on Peck WhF1JIt10APos(
70( who will attend summer en Tho next meeting of the Troop CALLED MAJOR PROBLEM May 10in, 1047, In the shove named Atlantic Av.n.1C. ye Iddr. "
I L. M. Drake was elected commander Court and cause, wherein plaintiff You are rOlllllr"'J'nlbto'
campment at Camp Echocateewere ia scheduled for April 28. I of the reactivated Veterans M".k8 divorce. Ifrmlforil County May 19th. IOH, I t
forces arising from a great increase in the '1'.I"lfr..ph| hall rubllnli thin. Order Court anil"eek. onus. h. """ \
last '
announced
at INFLATIONARY
Monday'smeeting Donald Bacon: Charles de Pra- of Foreign Wars post at Its I In next four weekly I 8NII8M. divorce PL
They Will Include Jimmy ther Smith and money supply can best be curbed at source by reducing first regular meeting Thursday of I Witness my hand and official Telegraph shall aroefo... 1
Tommy Billy
Heal at Htorke, Florida, this In next tour Pllhll.b ,:
the Federal debt and inducing non-bank investors to ( April w".kh Ih
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Green Thomas Harding George Weldon have passed their tenderfoot I last week. J16lh, 1941.lO"'FICIAL. Witness. I .
buy more Government bonds according to a study reviewed SEAL) A..1. Thomas, Seal Starke 1111',. hnnA *11416th .
Winkler, Arthur Winkler Ronald requirements. and approved by the Committee on Other officers are: Dub Rhoden, A.* ClArk of- a4! Court. ,altU Florida lily
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Andrews, Jimmy Rowe, Bert New- Thomas B. Harding Jr. Scribe. Public Debt Policy. The study was' quartermaster; J. J. Plerson. senior fy Luolllo C. Conner, D. C. (OFFICIAL SEAt.
and the volume of business tilt T. Frank knndrum, Starke Fla. As ) ,
--- --- -- vice commander; Ed Silver Clerk of sold A.1\
prepared by Roy L. Relersnn, econ Committee believes Is to reverse Atty. for 1'lf. 4-11 4t 1-9 By Lucille "lItI
Notice Of Unpaid Delinquent omist of Bankers Trust Company, tbe process by' which the money nail junior vice commander; AI Joe Hill William c. Conner. .B.) -'
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Now, York. U describes the expand.] supply was Increased during the Kritemeyer sergeant-at-arms; A. NOT I C MTP.A.y' Atty. for .k. pale

Tangible Personal Property Taxes ed money supply as the major economic warn; I In_.short.., o,follow, policies L.,.Crosby...,Bervlce.,otflcer... Lavon I W9.M J'''. IAY.. ONC19Rr: ,, -., Plf. HI ,
problem arising out of wflnanclnK. '
An provided by Chapter 20723. Acts of 1941 Notice Is hereby given I

that tangible personal property taxes assessed for year 1945 are now "Never before In the nation's h ,,

delinquent and beginning April 1st such taxes are drawing Interest lory", the study finds, "has t: -
sxt'r -
of one per cent per month plus tho proportionate coat of publishing money supply been so large eltb .. ," "

thin notice. Unless the amounts set opposite each name below are In terms of absolute size "or In I .".' ."' ... ,.. .011.;: :'
latlon to national Income. Dun: ,
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paid before the first day of May, 1947 warrants will Issue thereon ; '/".' ":,' \
the six defence and war yea; ."" .f'...,"' :
directing levy upon and seizure of the tangible personal property of money In circulation Increased frc ,, I ;; '" _'. .. U... .1 : !,
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the taxpayer for unpaid tuxes, penalties and additional costs. The 7.6-billion dollars at the end of 19 ... \., .61..:,..I.fW.!.J'J.>' Y.1":"" \Ity'r
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name of dellquent personal property taxpayers and the amount of to :B.II billions at tbe end of 19' ,I' : '., .: ,

taxes Including the cost of advertising and the first month's penaltyare During the same period, dema
deposits of commercial banks I
as follows: .
creased fiom 29 billions to 73 t ; .' "
Ki-kool IHetrlrlg'2: Starling-. 1.---------- 6.04Adkins lions. If time deposits and Covei _
'I..r"'e. 15.03lr Sumner, A. A. ____ __ __ 9.58 "
( ..,na. Paul 13.I .__._______... 1.76 till"". J. P. _______u___ 3.04 i ment deposits are Included, tot. !: :: : .' '
Kal'h i t.. it Clifford Clara 27.16 Hit I'''. ft. W. ____ _. _____ ___ 1.11! I deposits of commercial banks ." .1, ;
KftU'h U II. ______...____. 11.42 William, O M. ____.-. _u_ 2 63 creased from 45 billions at the e :f'" '. < ,''; "'.,
Blade, .MehleIll.trlrt l..'..tor _________\n.2______ 4.67 Wllkomon.Hrhonl' I>. I11atrletNe.l. ____.___,__10An..I ___ 1.49 of 1939 to 128 billions at the end '-;";.I-'ft1' ",.:\J:: ,', ,.. ..' "''1' -

,,'.* drill __un__.____.. 11.53 Hiitt'hliiHnn, ('. C. _..__on.__. .1.28 1945. Tbe Increase In deposits di : '
'KfHin. Cyrus K. __ l. lnradford NorrriRn K. T3. .._.. Ing the war years reflects lar '; \
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I house; __::_:__:_:.. 29.91: HtrlcklHml.: W. R. .....:::.: :::g purchases of Government securltl : '
Condrin'M drill __ _______. gft.63 Hrkowl. Dlntrlcl No. II .. >L'' \
Orenn Floyd ___n________..?.. 8.30 Thomas. Win 2.88 br the banks made as a n cessi I. .., > ,
OHKDctt hardware, & Furniture Mrknnl DIslrletN..22: support of the war finance urogra
Company ___u____________. IS HA John. A. P. ___.............__ 1,19J..hnM. The bank were In effect and<
Copley ...__._.____..._ J40I I.Rlcnbyf.. B. ....... .__ 370 '
Kitty's Pine. _u__________?_ IMiS Moody, J. J. ______;__.___ 2.42 writers of tbe great war loaf If
Lillie loin, & n. II. _.____n__ 49.67 Hrhunl. UhtrlcNo.. in'ii" ready to take what was not sold ; k"11
MndlP' Oil C.>. ?_____nu___ 7.2l: Starllnw. H. D. _.___.____ 1.84 other Investors.
I'mivanttB. Nick ___________... 147Rltrtl. "',-...01 nutrlrt N*.
furl .___u___________ ".87 Alvarc, O. II. ....____? __ 284 Tbe way to restore normal b _, ;,./ '. '.-
Him, If.*, n''nj. ____ ___________ ".n Alvarct, NT. J. ___u_._. .__. ___ 204 nee between the supply of mon : 1 '
Starling IIIr_. Pearl __-_______ 8.S9 Alvuro, .1. W, ____ ._.. __ __ .1 Bl> ; '
Sumner 111.. ___________..... 8.14 Crosby, Floyd .__ ___...___ 7.-I4 I r.-.
Hlll.t, 3uy II. __ __ .___ 61.Al r. 11,
Hun Oil fa. _______._________ 1.89! Pttrm,.nt"ir. H. U. __ ....__ .. 1.78 National Guard \ "" ,'t, .,
Victory Mar II Q ______ __ 12.B3WlmlnMTly Thomas id. B. ...........___ 8.04 ;; : > .f,1> ., ...
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\V. M. ____n_____. 7.BI TyHnu ,'. m. Jr. __.......___ 11.32 Will Hold Drills ,- __, 1- J:. ..
WllllHinH, Joe __.____________ ia.6.1 Tyson, Albert _______d.____ 3.10 I '"' ;, ;, ;; .
Warren John ...... 1.17 RrhiMil III..trlcot l N... 1 1Anirrlrart lit Twice ', ; i4"r, .;!\it; Htl.,; .':1'';,"",, ._
ftrhuul... lll.trls.. !\o. 9 Ttintf Uroves Inc. __ Bn.no Weekly 'I' : .
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CttrmlciuiH.' A. c. ___.____... 366 r-rcwhv, W. C. _.____1_______ 47.83 '
flrirfln.. n..r""n _____..__...__ 2 flO f'roHhy A. U ._-..._ __ 11.30 The greater of ordnani :' t ... .. :;" .."
nnnklnii./ .1. n _______ _____ 219 D...., C. C. -.-- _____--_ 10.08 part ( ';':\' : ., ...
Or..n. Nelson T __u___ _.__ 22211MoKwHln !) Melvin ('. C. ........ .. __ 12.80 engineering and signal equlpme '. !; t'I: }
Ctillpn' 111120 H. K.. __ 10.99 :. "
Martin, Waller It. _m--:__::: 131>:i Shaw.M'III A.: n.---_--_:- _.__ 23.87 now required by Starke's Natlo >,.- '- '.. \: :' :
Noland, It. |I.. _u_____._ 07.71 Thomas, Alfred ___-._ __-_u 3.67 al ,"\ 1 roy' #' '<, .
Guard Company has been i : : : '
C. A. KNIGHT ti.fl ,,
celved ;
and stored in the unit oy'
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Tax Collector, Bradford County. : e.
supply rooms at the Armory, Ca
taro R. Q. Kldd announced ye "'', .
J,'t ,I terday. :,_ r.Notice _
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1 1i For the remainder ot the cot .r' ..,._ .- ..
pany's fiscal year drills will1'' :
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I'I'r=s-rsssrss FOR SALE held twice weekly-on Wedndaya : .- '"
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16x16 Army Hutments Fridays. .. i_ :, ''
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Regular Army Instructor No t ', :
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$200 r ,. ., : '.. :
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As provided by Chapter 20724, : <
1 complete heating unit with 44 steam :
that 'i r
radiators. Intangible personal property 'f .!
Ilnquent and beginning with :
Aprtof ;
4 hot water units with 1000-gallon tanks. 2 cent 1 .
per per month plus a'
a Toilets and cast Iron wash sinks. portlonate cost of ...' .. ..
publishing tl .
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1 Electric fixtures. opposite each name below are p, ; .; i ,
Miscellaneous plumbing fixtures-soil pipe. tax executions will Issue thereof :+t' ,.'"
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levy J c" j6..
shelves. \
Adjustable library upon any property real, per -,: ,.
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+ Sheet galvanized metal. payer for unpaid taxes, penaltlei : 4. .,;' .. .. ; ',' i'. <; 'h '. :' .
f 21x48< Buildings with Novelty Siding. delinquent Intangible personal pr -.y ;J .' f. :''.! S yT.\ .: I: d '" .....'I' ., ,f"I!\/ ;' ,
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Including the cost of i' '
All sizes Valves advet :' \ '
Water Pipe and Fittings.. ." : f. t" :r"-I: .\\19'\ .'. .
are as follows: I ,; 3 a, ; r "
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All Sizes Lumber .
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1-4 Inch Plywood. Half Price. American Tung Mills Inc. .. 42.| ', ,, w ) .

No. 1 Oak Flooring. ..\ ,. '

Windows and Frames! Complete. \ .

Screens! and Doors. "
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Aluminum Roofing. ., .

Cement "Iaster-mortar mix finish lime. ." '


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HIGHER THAN EVER ;

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