Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 2, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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[ With' In Colonel The Bradford Shade. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH

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ppy New Yea'ri Official County Publication Established In 1877VOLVME

about this time of year it seems to be customary in the "
SEVENTY $'.'I\.iKE. ,KKIII.VY VM'AKY' 2, 1948
circles to review the year just passed, and label ... ,_._________FLORIDA______;__,__u. on ; : NINE

( ; In accordance with their importance, as No. 1, No. 2, -

I see that on the national scene the high cost of living Politics Moves Describe Ilmenite
Chemists IAs
selected as,the No. 1 news story of the year, and anytime Ore

sells for 65c: a pound you must admit Its news-even

[ r, bad the news.high cost of living. I is something we shared In Into SpotlightAt *Biggest Discovery Of Generation I

the rest.of the country and the Old ,Colonel turned -

files the other' day to see just what significant Holidays End -

In 1947 that was strictly limited to Bradford County. i s '. ,
t Deposits On Blanding Reservation Believed
;J news item of the year in my,' and doubtless ;your The poet tells us that in the l4 l'

too, just did get under the wire, breaking In the clOsing spring a young man's fancy lightly Sufficient To Supply

1947, and was of course ,announcement of th discovery turns to thoughts of love Entire U. S. Market

on the Camp Blanding reservation and th' subsequent _No one needs to tell us that In

{ these lands by the duPont Interests. 110"vel', the Old January of even-numbered years,

forget that this time last year certain other Interests the fancy of young and old, turnsto Geologists and chemists of the Commerce Department
thoughts of politics. describe the of ilmenite the
discovery deposits on Camp
-not for Ilmenite-but for oil along t' e banks of New
hopes were high' then too but along In January the Now with the traditional holi- handing reservation as the biggest geological find in a gen
days behind us, the who love eration.)
| It a dry: hole and moved on to other prospective boys
politics can gets down to serious This significant statement made'
by Washington
time, however; it looks as if we've really got something,
business In, preparation for the D. C., writer Frank A. Kennedy in his "Washington! Tread
fingers crossed until the cornerstone: of that
big show In May. mill" column Jacksonville'JournaJ
published in the last Sat
plant actually Into place.
goes Indeed, some didn't even wait n urday afternoon. .

perhaps was the No. 2 story of the year-but do we for the usual post-holiday start- "Scientists in and out of Government are evincing keen

bring that up 7 Most of us had rather forget It. The rain- Ing gun, and Supervisor of Regis interest in the newly-discovered deposits of ilmenite at'Camp

record, starting with the floods in the wake of September tration J. R. Kelly has kept busy '
Blnnding, soon to be exploited by the duPont Interests
cut berry acreage to a third of what it should be in during the past several weeks try- Mr. Kennedy stated..

and also prevented farmers from setting winter cab- Ing to supply the demand for '
Tho Treadmill
copies of the list of vot- I column con-
feed The late January freezes that nipped qualified *
making crops.
t mesothortum are derivatives of
ers in Bradford County These
'after they had budded out,resulted la'a virtual blackout lists are "musts" for prospective "mv''chlefaot'ctllmenite' commercial end-pro monozlte. These latter radioactive

crop this fall, In'sharp'contrast. to last season's record candidates in their bush-beating d la titanium oxide, 'substances, like uranium,

for 250,000: pounds maneuvers. much superior\ to'''whlte lead and presently are a source of'atomic

wasn't all bad 'agriculturally, however, and farmers Although announcements do not sine In the manufacture of paint. or nuclear energy. -

[ for themselves during the first six months, grossing usually begin to appear in print Navy' Department specifications, "The Government'men at this
for Instance'! require a base of
from 38,531 crates of strawberries, and 948,487.50: on until some time''',:In January, this writing have no information of
titanium oxide in all for
of sweetcorn.! :' Tobacco brought $68,465.50: for the 152,. season several! candidates have paints Camp Blandlng ilmenIte deposits
hulls; it stands three times the or If they have, they decline to
sold., Due to the unusually warm fall last year, berry "jumped the gun" by announcing wear of lead. India and Australia
acknowledge it. By law. all fissionable
la mid-December, the earliest on record. their Intention to announce at a
shipping formerly supplied virtually all
I later' date. looks materials automaticallybecome
| pints have been scrapped thus far this seas n. Altogether American requirements. A market the property of the United
as If the approaching primaries
: be expected, 194T,had, its share of "firsts"": will bring out a record field of for '100,000 tons annually Is' States, and their extraction la

26 Jacquelyn Loretta Colson, the first baby to be candidates for state, as well as ,: waiting for the Florida output,I' supervised by the Atomic Energy
which the duPont people declare Commission.
\ then incompleted Shadycrest Hospital came into county offices
they can supply In full Unreduced
'Data on the year's primary elec- "Matter-of-fact G o v e rnment
Ilmenite sold< during the
21 David Rublnoff and his violin played a concert tions has been complied by Sec war for nearly $200 a ton. scientists declare howe.ver. that
retary of State R. A. Gray In a r. a the extraction of
first time than an artist of his calibre! has appeared on "The scientists hint guardedly,, titanium oxideon
little folder entitled "What
Every too, of fissionable materials Pre a scale sufficient to supply the
Candidate and Voter Should
Every vlous discoveries of ,llmenlte In entire American market is of far
the City began its,war on, stray dogs by requiring 11- Know" Following Is some of the
Florida always' have turned up In greater and more Immediate value
the first time and in April an ordinance was passed levy- Information contained. ,
Pictured above Is the mobile drilling rig 'of the dul'ont companyIn beach sands. The Inland deposit than any speculative extraction of
first time fees on candidates in City elections, Date of the First is
qualifying Primary'
operation on the Camp Blending reservation. The operator are< steps toward a planned playground-park were also taken May 4. Date of the Second Primary preparing to add another 10-foot length to the pipe In order to drill scientists especially. On the ials, if any. are only frosting on

I: experts were, employed ,to draw up blueprints for the Is May 25.: that much further Into the earth In thrlr march for ilmenlt ore. beaches, a metal called monozlte the cake,' said a Bureau of Mines

development. Shortly afterward, 'the first units, two Polls 1'p.m.Registration open. at 7 a, m. and closeat In the picture are Marcus Reddish, Starke, driller; Lawton Young- has been found wherever the 11- official. 'The Ilmenite deposits

courts, were constructed on the site books will In blood Waldo, and George ,Alvarez, Starke helper Below,' I'. II. menite deposits were located really are Important, and 'lot-Ida
,"workshop" and pre-chool planning period were open_ for duPont I examining varying from a fraction of one has turned up one o; *.!". valuable
the various KlauftU-mneyer, long-time engineer seen
them- county precincts on percent monoilte. The learned geological discoveries of this
school law Teachers found gen.
by new
February 2 and remain there until pans of freshly drilled wand before "panning" It for tractof il-
_[ an average of, 57.59 percent more pay as a result Of March 1. From March 2 to menlte. __ g ___ ____ men explain that thorium and eration'

law. April 17 they will be open in the

'National Guard held Its first brief post-war training' office of, the.Supervisor of Registration -I J Farmer Killed
Camp Blanding' In August The' local Guard 'Unit came, in the courthouse:' du Fonts Continue Group OrganizesFor

first year with flying colors enlisting the required,num-I Only persons who were not

for each training phase.. .. (qualified to vote here In the '1943

first time Bradford County was traversed )by; a Federal primaries 'will have to' I'f'glster.i Check ,DrillingAt DevelopmentInitial As Cop Attempts
have lived In
newly designated U. S. 30!. \ i
Florida one year and in this H. steps for the organization : -
highlights of 1947: coun.1 To
/ Stop Fight
ty for six month are
)' began in preparation fo'," 15 miles .of new hard-surfaced I qualify. Mine SiteIn of a Bradford County takenat Development

t.. roads.In, the county. The fate of 'all county courthouse I Corporation were

Blanding,w\ ()ffICIaly'! declared 'surplus" In March; the official, ? will be In the City a meeting Hall and held attended recently in the the A Christmas Eve street fight on
and the of a Camp Blanding gun- by Temple Avenue resulted In death
over to' the National' Curd Department hands of the_ voters this year nery area where bazookas following committee members!

; and most of the buildings ordered sold by wrecking Also to be elected are County range and machine guns held r Guy Andrews, cMlrma.i!O. L.Patten for Enoch Kelly, 42, and Injuriesto

Commissioners from Districts 1 Claude Denmark
sway during the war years, Carl Johns, E. L. Mat- and Bert
( freezes of February brought the greatest cattle losses (Lawtey), District 3 (South a mobile drill of the K.: I. du thowtf, F, F'. Stump, Charley E. Johns, member of the police force,

I since 1919. Starke), and District 5 (Brooker, Pont de Nemours Company is 5 Johns, and A. J, Thomas.It who attempted to stop the affray.
New R'ver).
and temporary bottled gas shortage In March caused The two steadily boring 50-foot holes Is planned to Incorporate with Officers stated that Kelly and

restaurants to take an enforced holiday. recentlyappointedmembers I in the sandy Florida soil and capital stock at $ O.OOO, and the Denmark
of the were fighting
School Board followingan
.fight between "v't and dry*' forces enlivened the I coming up with only a few purpose of the organization will
from DIstrict 4
( The-
furore, centering around the proposed, sale of whiskey resga, Graham) and District 5 grains of dirt-dirt that will be to aid approved Industries to argument over a small amountof

by the county sheriff, and attempt. by "wets" to call (North Starke) will have to stand determine whether or not secure sites or building in this money which Kelly said Den-

election with a view to legalizing'liquor In this county. The for re-election, as will the present I fllnndinff will be the site of a county, or to carry out other projects mark owed him. When patrolmanBert
I $1,000,000 ilmenite of benefit' to tho county.;'
separation Johns attempted to
member separate
victorious. from District ,2, (South ,
Stock with a value of $50:
Service officially closed Its doors here in May, after Starke), plant. par them, Kelly attacked him with a
will bit sold, and no one
Two shifts of drillers work 16 person
in October 1940( and passing through 1,173 men to Sclicol County Board Commissioners members electedfor and hours a day six days a week, at will bo permitted to hold more knife, inflicting a deep gash on

of their country. .1 term are the site of the operation about than 23: percent of the paid-in the side of the policeman's neck.

once again put a baseball team. In'' the field for the first Earliest four-year qualifying must be done six miles east of Starke, to keep! capital stock. Johns opened fire, and Is believe
than decade. Fans hope that tire Red Sox will re- about 9 drills Further detail. of the organization -
a by candidates for State, Senate chemists here supplied with ma- or a day ed to have fired the first time Into -
established. Institution. terial for the tests now being P. H. will be given as soon as the
and State Representative who Klaustermcyer, sent to tho ground, but when Kelly
graduated :71 boys and girls-the largest class In the his- made to determine whether or not constitution and bylaws have been
must qualify not later than noon, I this area by the Delaware com continued his attack the policeman
school. 1. the local ilmenite ore is "economic" prepared.
February pany two weeks ago, was checking sent four .38 calibre bullets
of all If the llmenlte to
or.Hayes announced that total valuation prop- The County Democratic Execu proves
county had Increased to $5,939.372.. Tax Collector Knight tive Committee. G. P. Wadsworth, be present In sufficient quantitiesas for the presence of IImnlteI I Macclenny Man Into his body killing him instantly

,that the 1946 tax bill, approximately, $95,000( was col- chairman, will meet some time to make its extraction profitable I'every time the drill passed a five Dies Of InjuriesIn A. stray bullet perhaps the

percent this month to set qualifying fees the Delaware firm will construct foot mark. He "panned" the and first fired hit Denmark in the

In the'summer County Commissioners announced their levy I I for all candidates. recently a large leased plant from on the the State lands 'very much as ,gold la panned-. Accident HereTroy leg. The shooting took place in

u s would be 1-2 mill.Jess; School Board budget re- Armory Board. taking a bit of sand and water Edward Taylor of Mac- front of Harry Anthony's (the

,Increase; oM mill in Its share) :and the City announced a J. A. MartinezTo "The company' is pretty sure and gently I moving It, back and clenny, 44-year-old Seaboard Railway old otflce'It Dr. Biggs) across thestreet

of ,three;:'mills, somewhat offset.,. However, by the levying Offer Delivery of what It has out) here," said one forth In a shallow porcelain dish."There' engineer, died Wednesday, from the county.jail.
.' J : December 24, In the Shadycrest Funeral services for Kelly a
utilities tax. I veteran duPont employe, "but L. what we're lookingfor I
enrollment, In September totaled ,1091, only. two less than Service of All TypesA we're still In the process of checkIng. ," 'he 'said. 'The ilmenite U Hospital as the result of Injuries I farmer held of tho Hellbronn section
were afternoon 2
Sunday at
: sustained In an accident the day
year.' All of this area has already heavier than the sand and It sinksto ,
new delivery service to begin o'clock,la the P.n; Level Baptist
Alvarez tarke'. long-tore Chief of ,Police, retired in been drilled, but now we're going the bottom." Around the before near Lawtey.Taylor's .
Monday, January 5, was announced Church. Interment was In Dyal
force.. over it at closer Intervals. This of the sand could be skull was fractured I
edges seen
after 33 years on \ this week by J. A. Mar Cemetery lie is survived by his
Board residence districts were revised and Sub School tinez. Martinez stated that his preliminary drilling will require tiny metallic specks of the dark when he jumped from a moving 'wife and four children
month and half- train to avoid what he thoughtwas
school law. about another a mineral..
consolidated In accordance with the new new business will be concerned I Johns Is still confined to the
then decisions by the firm going to be a headon collision
employed a home demonstra- with orders from any Upon these specks and a myriad I
taking persons
the county once more j will be final," he said. between his train and an- Shadycrest Hospital but it la expected -
than a decade. )I desiring any kind of merchandise more buried In the sand so much I
for the first time In more I The drill Is mounted on the other engine. The early morning that he will be released
from stores ill Starke which do hated by the Camp Blandln"foot"
backlog of the community at year's end Included $2- back of a ten-wheel truck, and fog obscured vision to such an early .next week.
soldiers de-
not have delivery service of their depend the
In bank deposits'and 368871.00 In postal savings, Back the actual drilling operation employs extent that the sidetrack engine Denmark Is also still hospitalized .
to be delivered promptly.His elopment of a project that would
total In these.two repositories was less than half a mll- own specialty will be ,In pickingup the use of three engines. boost Bradford County Into a appeared to be on the same track ( and the bullet, which enter
1 '' the Blanding innovations the the train Taylor was riding. ed his leg near the kneecap, has
,, most of .the, money left here by grocery orders. A nominal Many of the on little larger. dot on the map of aa
sticking.. fee will be charged by the week truck were contrived in Starke at Florida. lit Is survived by his wife and not yet been removed.A .
for all housewives and oth.eu'ln- the A. W Anderson garage by two daughters. coroner's inquest' has not yet
: Oscar Trudeau, another long-time been held.
; terested. Buy Angus Cattle
of the Delaware firm.
,, Hunt At Wasdin Camp Martinez Is a native of Starke employe consists of a pipe Farmers RemindedOf
and a veteran of World War IL The apparatus I... L. Conner and Felix Sapp of
., sheath for an Jan. 15 Deadline
the successful deerhuntI Ht now resides on East Laura which serves as a Starke recently purchased purebred The OFFICE CAT
I and.
'It enclosed rod, powered
season Is the ,one I wI Street with his wife and small the sheath Aberdeen-Angus cattle from Farmers participating In the

al H., M., Wasdln's ." ft daughter, Betty Jean. weight and rod that Into the drives earth. Throughthe the Mlcanopy.Simonton_ Mr. Conner Ranch,purchased Inc. of 1947 Agricultural Conservation the [ Saystin tesaitza
reminded that
Salt.Spring Island In the o \ enclosed rod I flows' a stream! two cows 'and one\bull and Mr. Program are .
BHS for
Forest. Shown I Cagers of water, and from the washings purchased"abull. absolute .deadllne reporting

the first day's kill Umatilla TonightBHS of this water,' as It is drawn. to Sapp !., .**",. conservation practices carried out
( r. ." in 1947 Is January lJ: 1048. I
) Jewett Fogg. T. r" the surface Is derived the small ,

),1. B. Trles: H. M. ( .- cagers will resume1 their lots of sand which are the basis Farm BureauMeeting'Tonight No reports of, practices carriedout c1:)-

In: (kneeling) Lloyd Dyad \ schedule tonight, after a'' brief for chernlc*! test can be accepted after that II

Y' Wasdin and :Maurice Dyal.! 'holiday layoff, when they meet "WfrfKin down to 40 or 50 feet date County Agent T. K. McClane

fourth deer wa, added to'the the UmatUla high school ,boys' tilt;die mineral plays out." laid A meeting of the Bradford stated. Farmers are urged to

above a few days later team at 8 o'clock In the armory.( Mjftcua; Reddish Starke ono of County Farm Bureau will be held make this report on practices to

Arnold Wasdin joined the ,Only one game is scheduled on,!**,Ae firm's two drillers. The drll- In the courthouse tonight (Frt- the agent's office at the earliest I .

and_ bagged a beauty. ,night's slate. e'I .lea average 4 or 3 drills a shift lay) at ,,7:30: o'clock. convenience
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II. Bradford County Telegraph PAGES FROM OUR PAST. State Farm rl Dodge Introduces"New Trucks


and Entered as Second .
Published Every Friday Complied Ily Buddy Davis 1892. He also reports that the

) I 'Ialll Matter at the Font .- Office at Starke, Flo. merchants in town had an Immense Honoring her guests Ruth .and ,
it trade before Christmas. Lillian Clemons of Hellbronn
jI (From the Dec. 23, 1892. Issue of Hidden In a corner-"There Is Springs, Carolyn Crews had a little
MEMBERSubscription 1947 The Bradford County Telegraph).
no article which so richly deserves "get-to-gether" of young boys '
The elections came off as expected the entire confidence of and girls of the Farm at the homeof w

i 92 Annually $1.10 For, Six Months and Starke now boasts a the community >aV, Brown's Bron- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. ;E.
new set of officials. T. W. Sweat .* .
" chial Troches.! Crews Friday evening. Interest- rr. v 5 f
won the mayor's seat, and J, W. Ing games afforded entertainmentfor t

1918 PROSPECTS LOOKING UP Alvarez la marshal. Tax assessor 23 YEARS AGO several hours. Mrs. Crews

is A. A. Johns and the treasureris (From the Dec. 22, 1922, issue) served candles and cookies and
The cover is closed on a book called 1947". N. D Wainwright The new .
Thirty crates of berries were hot chocolate the group. ,. "
Once again Starke has through another year of aldermen are J. W. Hodges, A. E ,
,, shipped out last Friday and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williams r .

the post war era with flying colors-in spiite of dire predic-I Moitt In ,the and G. E.of Pace.advertisements, "present Indications are that the and Miss Betty Williams returned L _:' "'...1>'""""x...., ":UM ",, "'1"

tions in some parts that our little city would become a ghost we see where way Tate Powell Is 100 crate mark will be reached Sunday from Donaldsonvllle, Ga., Among the 248 basic gross vehicle weight chassis models juj.
before a freeze strikes. Christmas where they had visited relatives
town with the passing of Camp Blanding. "PhysIcian and Surgeon" for Gas- shopping is the best er-a since Thursday. announced in the new Dodge "Job-Rated" truck line is thi

Recently a bit of correspondence between two people kins' Drug Store, and E. L. Stew- record business has been made t. R. Galney Brooker was the B-1-H tractor of 128-inch wheelbase;15,500 pounds gross vein

who lived here during the war years but have since! moveda art the Starke is the Drug doctor Company.affiliated(Note with And R. S. Humphrey has> paid for overnight guest of Mr.. and Mrs. weight ((1 3-ton nominal rating) and 28,000 pounds gross trial i
the Telegraph up through 1926, R. W. Brannen Satt,rday. Miss weight. The trucks have many new features.
to attention. "I wonder wrote one. that medical ethics don't allow '
nay was brought our today
which gives editor E. S. Mat- Pauline Brannen of Jacksonville
?" doctors to advertise). A firm this section attended the family
"what the natives are living on now
thews "confidence"And also visited her parents during the
reunion at the home of Mr. and
In Ohio offers to cure the mor- .
Well, the "natives" are doing all right, thank you. up phine habit "In 20 to 30 days." a half-page ad tells the holidays. Mrs. Elam Lewis on Christmas

Admittedly, we are all somewhat surprised: that the Editor Webb informs the pop- I reader to "Be wise-Advertise." Mr. and Mrs George Manassa day. PURE OIL

town has continued to grow and prosper so well in the post- ulace that :the Florida Press associatiOn Foreboding words from the and children, Cella and George, Earl Moore of Lakeland spent PRODUCTSSPARK
Blanding era, but such is the case. Our merchants in some convenes in Key West on editor-"The League of Nations, Jr., of Jacksonville spent the 'immediate Christmas with his grandmother,

instances/ report that Christmas business this year exceeded the 10th, of January, and Mrs. which has never been composed Christmas holidays with Mrs. Maggie Norman PLUG CLE.\M.: |
of robust Is
chIldren threatened '
that of last season, while a few say it was slightly below, Kachelhofer advertises a stop organ with total collapse" Mr. and Mrs. W> G. Stringfellow.Mr. Earnle Norman and sons of BATTERY CHARGING
'"for sale cheap." and Mrs. M. S. Hayes of I 'TIRE & TUBE :
but "we aren't complaining".,, FrroonaJs. : Gainesville and Lt. Gainesville were visiting his RKPAIB
Godfrey Hayesof
Local News:
The financial backlog of the community, as based on It's Marshal Alvarez and Mayor When you motor to Jackson- March Field, California were mother last week. .

postal savings and bank deposits, is' still some $2,000,000 Sweat Good Morning! ville, go by way of Baldwin. The guests ()f'Mr and Mrs G. E.
greater than it was in 1940, and this does not include the There are more strangers in road this way Is much better Crews Monday. 0x12, for school children. 7So a We Also Do
largo amount invested here in Savings Bonds during the town now than at any time last Misses Louise Fernandea and Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bradford Tele- AUTO
ream.- County REPAIRS
war, which probably runs close to another million. This sum winter. Mona Alderman who are attending Wallace during the holiday sea- graph.

if conserved and kept' in circulation here through "trade at Judge Tumblin has the thanks the.Womana' College In Talla- son were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bry- '

home" practices, would form a buffer against any depression of the Telegraph for a sack full hassee. are at home. for the.holidays II ant, Mrs Isabella Edwards, John TRY POST'WAR"FASTERAmN6666COLD- TENLY'S
of fine sweet potatoes. Mynlhan, Mr. and Mrs. R. A... (
or,recession for years to come. Carlyle Peek will arrive tomor- PURE OIL
Work has commenced 'on the Wells and Misses Joan and Nancy
Another thing that makes the future look particularly city park. Stumps are being tak row from Chicago and spend the Mynlhan and Mary Wells, all of Service Station
bright for Starke and Bradford County right now is the en out. holidays with his parents, Mr. and Jacksonville.

discovery at Camp Blanding of ilmenite deposits which Gov New buggies, new hacks, new Mrs. C. L. Peek. After having been visitors of Temple Avenue Phono 1 IJI

ernment chemists have described as the "greatest geologicalfind 1 harness and new horses at Webb's Mrs. E. R. Marshburn and children :Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Parker since .....I.eMe Cil*.WwtffcU..... .-.*,IMtJgtlglbB...raM 'frK..lss* >

of this generation". The area containing this ore has livery stable. Don't forget this of Crestview, Fla., are hereto Christmas morning Mr. and Mrs, Grrs w.+.. |

been leased by the duPont interests and if present plans ma when you want to take a drive spend the holidays with her J. H. Joyner, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. '"
terialize the company ,will construct a million-dollar plant Christmas tree candles and parents Alderman., Mr.: : and Mrs. G. W. Joyner and Mrs. C. R. Karle and I

future. holders at Morgan Broa. daughters, Lanita Dale and
Starke in the near
near very
Philip Pearce, tonsorial l
Misses Clara Darby and Emma popular Brenda, returned to their homesin
If these plans carried out-and present indicationsare artist at the
are Truby and Orrln and Orville Husband City BarberShop Columbia, S. C., Saturday.
that they will be-this 'new operation will do much to i will spend Christmas Is on the.sick Ustj
supply a part of the industrial development that Bradford home this year. Get your fireworks'at Bryan's. W. Murray were Mr. and Mrs..

County has needed to balance its fine agricultural development It'' Is expected that the new The first ChrUtmas tree to be Russell Dorn and son, Rusty, of

and give us a well-rounded economy, city council will keep the town In seen In Starke this season ia one New Jersey, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. I

Yes, Starke has every reason to enter the new year as clean a condition as the last in the office of Dr., MIddleton. Ashurst and T. E. Wilson of

with confidence and assurance that our best years may still I council did. ---- Jacksonville. Dr. and Mrs. Murray -
(From the Dec. 29, 1922, issues
1&92 and their children
Net Is Christmas
Sunday and their
be ahead. Far from being a "has been", this communitymay : The Christmas] dance was held
and thus the year has slipped away guests spent Christmas Day with I
be even now standing on the threshold of its greatestdevelopment. at the Womans' Club house on Mrs. F. H Wilson In Hahira, Ga,
Tuesday night. Some of those In Spencer Crews
---- visited Mr. and
(From the Dec. 30, Issue). circulation were Margaret Long, Mrs. E. A. Sapp In New River last I
DESPOTS FOREDOOMED TO OBLIVION Last Wednesday was St. John's Florence Matthews, 'W. M. WainwrIght weekend.

Day and "the ,Masonic) Lodge of H. C. Wall, Powell Car Christmas visitors of Mr. and
There is a tried and true military principle which has this city celebrated by installing penter, JunIus Smith, and Inez Mrs. J. A. BouvIer were Mr. and

to do with the concentration of force. It says, in effect, officers for the following year." Moitt. Mrs. Cecil McRae and family of

that a successful, commander must never scatter his re- W. F. Malphurs is the new W. M., In the way 'of adsBtern'sGuage McIntosh and Mr and Mrs. J. P. I

sources, but must mass them and strike with all the power J. M. Johns is S. W., N. D. WaInwrIght ,, has reopened at Walnut Richardson of Tampa. Miss Betty
available at the weakest point in the enemy line. is secretary, while W. T. and South streets, and the Hol- McRae remained here for a longer _
Weeks \is marshal.S. lingsworth Electric Shoe Shop ia visIt with her grandparents. .
This principle, can be applied with complete validity to In a new location on Walnut
F. Gardiner has estaliahed Mrs. Gerald
a Cox and daughters
our diplomatic and economic policy abroad. loan agency In Starke. For references Street The Gaiety Theatre is of Orlando visited Mr. and Mrs. 1-

There are those'' who believe that American aid, influ- be, offers W. T. Weeks, presenting "Kamaka's Native J. M Bradley and Mr. and Mrs.
ence, and money should be used in practically every part G. E. Pack, J. G. Alvarez, and Hawaltans-they sing" they play R. H. Cox during the holidays. Start the New Year off right by resolving: to 1 let n

of the world. This was recently touched on by Walter N. D. Walnwrlght. Morgan Bros they dance." And the classified Miss Patsy Cox who attends 'college do your dry cleaning in 1948._ What a feeling of confidence .

Lippman in one of his columns lie said that fear of Russia advertise iron and wood wagons, section ''Freeman Register says at Rome, Ga., accompaniedher i it gives you to know that your clothes look then,
has reached such heights that some Americans seem and Truby. Sternberg, and Co., that "Fifty dollars buys a Ford family on this visit.E. best on all occasions. You are assured of this when

to believe that the Soviet Union might completely organize have "a few elegant silk umbrellas one.touring" car that runs like a new D. Mobley spent the Christmas you bring your garments to us, whether they be men's.

the hundreds of millions of people in China, India, and all left And one advertisementclaims' Personals: holidays with his family In women's, or children's. We take this opportunity to

the East, to say nothing of Europe. Mr. Lippman pointedout cures all that diseases"Electropoise without Victory medi Jesse Newsom, of Lakeland, I la Sanford Mr. and Mis. Vance Geiger and i I extend to you best wishes for the New Year.
that this would make Stalin a conqueror on a scale cine." at home for the holidays.
Bradley Geiger of Jacksonville\
vastly exceeding Genghis Kahn, Alexander the Great, 01: : In commenting on the recentmarriage Lost-Blue trousers, white pInstrIpe and M-s.: Leslie Bradley and son,
any other despot the world has ever known. History proves of Mr. A., C. Durden of Last Sunday on streetsof Johnnie; of Orlando were guests PHONE 135

that every, man who has tried this has ultimately been. Hampton and Miss Myna Broad- Starke. Suitable reward. Return of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley ROBT. Temple
destroyed. away of Albany, Ga., the Tele- this office. during the holiday season. I
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. GREEN ,
Russia has recently undergone setbacks notably in graph says: Christmas spent Holiday visitors lot Mr. and if 315
with his
France. There well-confirmed that 'matters "The marriage Is regarded by sister Mrs. Mrs. L. A. Shepherd were Mr. and !
are reports are O. W,. Keen near Gainesville Owner Ave.
those who know the high con
far from satisfactory in the Soviet Union- itself, and several B. Williams and daughter,
tracting parties as a most happyone. Rawson Davis, of Miami, was Shirley, of
Albany Ga., Miss I
broadcasts to this effect have been made by the U. S.
The bride Is a young lady here the first of the week vIsitIng Mildred Williams of Ringgold, Ga,
Department of State. of handsome appearance and at the home of his father, J. and Sir and Mrs. G. C. Richardson STARKE, FLA.
It !ia inconceivable that any power could effectively har- possesses all those graces of R. Davis. and children of Crescent City r}

ness a world which is torn by conflicting ideologies, hopes womanly character that charm About this time the Starke kid Mr.\ and Mrs. G. E. Crews, Mr. i
and 'traditions. \Ve must not permit ungrounded fears to the sterner sex and make the hAS decided. which Is the most effective and Mrs. John Crews Delbert

lead us into hysteria which will weaken our prestige overseas world brighter and better. She is for hunting, his old slingshot Crews and Carolyn Crews spent

along with our strength and wealth at home., Let us also accomplished In domestic affairs or his new air rifle. For Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs.
enter the new year in a greater spirit of confidence in our and well fitted to becomethe results! he uses the former. E. H. Clemons at Heilbronn 5c CJtfiiTOHI
wife of man.
a good
E. S. Matthews does a Springs. Dtut s
own great country and with less fear of those whose growlis T. A. Knight calls attention to bit of editorializing-"Let usa use

undoubtedly more alarming than their bite. the fashionable millinery he h s 1923 as a maul for driving entering Williams Will
for sale. "We Invite you to call, wedges Into a new prosperity Not
STARKE AND TilE TOURISTS and can show you more than we which we can create through industry : Seek Reelections
can tell," he
says. better
It was with a great deal of interest that we read of And editor I. C. Webb discloses methods,farming and and busIness Committee HeadJoe r S

plans by the Starke Chamber of Commerce construct! that "This Is our last Issue In Bradford county's advertising" -
several shuffleboard courts, primarily for the use of tour- Hill Williams, Lake Butler

ists, on the courthouse grounds. attorney and chairman of the
January' 6, at 2:30 p., m. All State Democratic Committee, has
This is perhaps the first step that Starke has ever taken BrookerBy ladles are asked to be present.Mr. announced that he will not be a Wwesr
toward providing for its winter visitors other
anything and Mrs. O. 0. Lewis candidate to succeed himself at
than the natural attractions of sunshine, good water, and Mrs. Paul t Stewart daughter of Tallahassee the annual meeting of the committee -

clean, fresh air. weekend spent the in Jacksonville on Jan. B.
with :;
Few tourists, however, are content to sit around and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Alice Thomas Mrs. Annie Lewis. )fro Williams stated that, be has Note to busy mothers! You can
Roy Green and of
twiddle their thumbs all day long; even if the sunshine is children spent Wednesday and spent several days with Jacksonville Mr State found his duties as assistants airs your daughter the softest tr

warm and inviting, and Florida towns have found out that Thursday with Mrs Green's parents Neta Dyal. law Attorney and his private prettiest, most natural-looking
they must provide amusement as well as the natural at- Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Me- Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Baxter giving the duties prevent of him from curls you ever saw with TONI It's

tractions of climate, if they wish to keep their visitors Gauley of Palatka. several days with Mr. and spent Mrs. attention which will chairman be the easy as rolling her hair up

around- more than two or three days. Mrs. Eldon Hardy was shop- Johnnie Lewis of Jacksonville. In the approaching national. necessary cam- on curlers, but the wave stay

Although Starke has never considered itself a tourist ping in Starke Wednesday after Mrs. Annie Lewis ia spending psJgn., in. for months-so you'll

town and has not sought to capitalize on this source of noon. several/ days with her daughter, be free of the daily curling routine.
reenue, it is a fact that we do have a considerable numberof Mr. O. W. Baxter of Baldwin Mrs. Grady Baxter of Baldwin. r

winter visitors and could, undoubtedly have many more spent Wednesday and Thursday Mr. and Mrs) Pitt Baxter had

if some slight effort were put forth to make things pleas- with Lewis.her mother Mrs. 'Annie as their Saturday guests Mr. and Rising TONI D.L...KM wltk _Mbbcvrfor.

ant and entertaining for them. Mrs. Johnnie Lewis, Sr.. Johnnie By Mr*. Edward Norman _aae .. $OX( )

That is why we are so enthusiastic over the shuffleboard of Mr.Starke and spent Mrs. Gerald Roberts Lewis Lewis, of Jr.Jacksonville.and Master William . . .
eourts. They are a symbol that Starke is at last awakening Thursday visiting friends and. John Mrs Elvlee TOM Mil ....,.,. ..e.,.,lee
relatives and Driggers and
to its possibilities as a nice little tourist town and i is determined here. both Anette Green are and Miss children .

to get its share of this lucrative business, along Mr. and Mrs. Earney operation.feeling fine after a tonsil all of LI thia. spent Dorothy the Christmas Pollard, 1100

with the flashier tourist centers to the Souuth of us. spent Thursday visiting Johnson friends Rev. G. E.. holidays with relatives in this ..f vto TONI KM wM k.ndy I
There is a type of tourist who cares nothing for nightclubs and relatives here. of Palatka AfcGauley and son section. Ib.r cul.n |
and race tracks, who prefers a small town to a city Mr. and Mr*. Earl Gtlllman and Tuesday. were visiting here: Robert Norman of Jacksonville .........MwlM 1125

and who likes a few nippy days now and then, just to pep .on are spending several day Mia Lubedla : Is spending two weeks with his

him up, and remind him possibly, of the snow and ice he with Mr. and Mrs. T. W., Markey. shopping in Gainesville Pinholster was mother, Mrs. Maggie Norman.
ia missing back home. We know of no other town that Mrs. Carrie Ingram of Starke WM.. Monday. I Mrs. Laura Jackson of Jack
could better meet the requirements of this type of tourist spent! Thursday afternoon visiting 'spent Johns of Lake Butler sonville spent Christmas with herr
If we fail to capitalize this friends and relatives here. I Christmas Day with M mother .
on asset we are just passing The Brooker Baptist and Mrs. Edd Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Edward ,
up another good source of revenue. will\ -
hold Its regular business and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon
The formation of a Tourist Club will be discussed at a Wednesday. January 7 at meeting 3 p. m., .... Jones and daughter were tC A 4E. Y

meeting of the Chamber of Commerce in the courthouse: at the church. All members are 1ve hurl visiting In Brooker Chrtatma.ll.rra. ,
Monday night and it is now have on a day.i .
hoped that everyone who would requested to attend. line, ""'ull
like to see more visitors The Home of office supplies peito. i Maggie
Wm56r come and REMAIN ir Demonstration Club Norman Is on the
Stake will be to offer A-lll hold Its sly papers, typewre [sick I list this week
suggestions\ and monthlly and
cooperation meeting at Hbban, etc. Bradford Fwlirr'her we all KOCHDRUG
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tation" of themselves or their employes. If the business people of the community where they go attempt to "take advanta e" of them, then

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the development. This has been done many times in the past and It will be done In the future If necesnary. -
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Successful Cultivation Of African Violets all our, services..'School at 9:45: A. M.
I and CLUBS Sunday
Requires "KnowHow"? Mrs. Young ProvesBy I Westminster Fellowship 5:30 P.

M. Miss Josephine Johns will leadthe
Crown but not drafts. ,The ideal tem
Harry as hostess.
and serve
Birthday Party WSCS Notice Student, JotirnaHnm School, 1 perature, according to Mrs..Young The yearly Congregational
Ii University' of"Florida' Is from 60 to 75 degrees. Sudden
will be held on Sunday,
; For Lester Kite Both circles of the WSCS of t n'> changes of temperature can be with
I .Ii Church will have From one plant,to several. hundred January 11, in connection
the Methodist bad' for them.
and I. J. the" of Mrs. the morning service.
"", Louise Newman > and social meetingat plants is story -I
. their program -
; Kite entertained Saturday, night Educational building next R. F. Young's'' success "with the The plantswill| grow successfully First prayer meeting of the new I

*. Dec. 20 honoring their father :Monday.the January 3, at 3 p. m., In African violet; a 'plant! that has outside, ,in your yard 'pro- year will be held In the Sunday I y ski r t .
\ Lester Kite, the occasion being meeting'of"the fascinated her ,becahse'very few viding they are, Ipot,1n, a, place School building on Wednesday
{ 1' his fifty-fourth birthday anniversary their first year. people have had success in propagating where they will receive direct sun- evening at 7:30: o'clock. .
W. B. Middleton and Mrs. delicate
;, t t MrJl'} them. light which will cook the
t W. Q. ",lle will be hostesses..Allmembers to Mrs. Young, General leaves. The preferred outdoor location -
The home of Mr. and, Mrs. ark I According PoliticalAnnouncements
Jirged to be present
was decorated throughout in the I Supervisor for Schools in ,.s under shrubbery I Ii'w

yuletide motif. The dining table Bradford County, anyone can they wfllreceive: subdued sunlight -I.

was covered with a colorful cloth grow these Interesting. flowers If ., ,u candidacy
on which 'wan pictured poinsettias One Woman'sOpinion he follows a few simple rules."I Upon moving to'Starke in July for hereby the office announce of State my Senator from LLrJ'iil

and" Santa' Clam'faces,"'and! was know," says ''Mrs. Young, 1947, Mr, Young was In a posi- the 15th Senatorial and District Union, Coon-comprising -

centered with a large birthday "because I tried every way I was tion to grow African Violets In ties, and Bradford If elected, .1 ,promise to
cake. told until I finally learned from larger numbers. She began sell- faithfully perform the duties of

Gueeta were entertained with experience what I had been doing ing leaves of her plants in c'der thin Your office vote to the and beet support of my will ability t><

k bingo and other games and after By Blllee RossAt wrong." to lessen the expense of adding greatlly appreciated. ,

much fun and laughter, Mr. Kite -- Many people give up trying ,0 I more rare and beautiful kinds of Respectfully 0. FRED yours ANDREWS.
which were turning of the roadIt or propagate African Violets the plant to her collection.Mrs. .
opened the many gifts every grow RAM BIACK-NECKID SWANS ere now gM"g Hlstoah'imlCO fame' p.

presented to him by his friends. Is my Joy in life to find when.uie lose their first Young's advertisementsappear IN: COUNTY CIRCUIT PLORIIIAI COURT. BRADFORD IN CHAN- ) .v -.,,.*l c. petltl.... Imported from Chile by airplane

Mra. Newtnan'wa aaalated by The strong arms of a comrade plants. Few people can afford to In many flower journals CiCHV.L.ulgl white with black seeks sad purple l beak. Both the !W.R'III
her mother, Mrs. Kite, Mrs. C. A. continue losing these plants' because distributed in this section of the Romeo, Plaintiff vs. Adele swan are
kind Defendant, daily at Hislwh, which i Is FloridYi
Borneo .. be older
Elena Bevelanua eon <
.Miss Aud-! are rather expensive. leaves to Hi* flminfo
Roberta of Lake Butler, : they country. She will sell\ No., 6228. -
'rey Moore and Mrs. Ara Moitt in To help me onward with, my Mrs. Young's first pll1.nt"was' anyone anywhere but will not sell Case,ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND l,r| >t and f ssrt racing! plant. Th track h kept open n e public ,p

load; given to-her- a' Transplanting NOTICE TO APPEAR ,,*,
refreshments locally.
nerving ,, by epi111.1; plants other ,than;
And since I have no gold to give. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr/.
Rev. J.tfe. DUon; Minister GaInesville several, years ago African Violets from bne Adele Elena Bevelaqua Romeo,
the FlretFl,CYM1atlan" Church of And"1 ve alone must make while she was working for* her city to the next' causes many whose residence and address Via
amends master's in education at die enroute. Amunxlata JIonia, lonlta. Province WE WILL RECEIVEd
Starke, gave .Inspiring talk and degree plants to wither :and of Calabria, Italy.
closed with, prayer. This was I My only prayer Js while I live- the University of Florida. She The Young's apartment at the You are required to appear on

enjoyed by everyone, making all God Make Me Worthy of My i kept the plant when she movedto home of Mrs. F. H. Long 403 February named Court 2nd and 1948 cause In the, wherein above 50 Dearborn Gas Heaters
present thankful for frienda and Friends. Jacksonville and began to look North Walnut is a flowerlover'sparadise. plaintiff seeks divorce. Pr'adforCounty :
Telegraph shall publish this
the true Christmas Spirit. -Frank Dempster Sherman. for Information concerning African Plants are in every Order In next four weekly Issues. OF THIS, WEEK
'Violets. table Witness my hand and offlr-lai I
on every
---- She found little information corner, seal at "Stark, Florida, this December -
Miss Cboke:WedsMarion'Manning I think tha my New Year's very and shelf. Her husband has builta Slut, 1947.
about the plant except its nice little green-house in their OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, B.T.U. $37.95
resolution wlllrJjw to clean the history. An Clerk of meld Court. 25,000 --
cobwebs out ot ny j\ea.rt and wipe backyard. By Lucille C. Conner D. C.
'lIt seems that the? African Violet T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Fla.
Mian Jeannlne Cooke, daughterof away' all the 'rtpwft\ -nks and to la not really a violet. It is so- Almost any evening you will Atty. for Pit. 1.2 4t, 1-2! Get Them While They Last -
:' that sitting among! -
the unklAiT/tlUflga Mrs. Young
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Thornton, forget called because of its resemblanceto find
of might have beer;said about me her collection of African 'Violets,,, CIRCUIT: COURT BRA FORIJ
and Marion C. Manning son the wild violet. COUNTY, FLORIDA IX: CIIA.-V- when will 'receive |
We don't know we mgr
Mr. and :Mra. V. F. Manning, both or that I mighk'jlavthought: : about Although it belongs to the tribe answering letters from many people CEIIY I
united In marri- someone and to start the who write her for informatlor L R. R, Smith: Plaintiff, VI!. Ollnel!
of Starke were of Ramondleae of the Gesnerls- Smith Defendant Casa. No. 8222
Dec. 20 at the coming year with a clean heart about the plants. Of course, ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
age on Saturday, ceae famJly it is called Salntpau-
home of Rev. and Mr. Etherlilge and end with a heart filled with lie In honor of Its discoverer, there isn't anything she would. STATD NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: oiineii ROSIER BROS. GAS CO.
love kindness for all that I talk about.
and like more to and address
in Kingsland, da.I Walter Von St. Paul. He found Smith. whose residence
might meet along llfe'a path.I la North Side rand Cayman,
The attractive brunette bride the plant in 1890 growing in a British Went Indies. Starke, Florida
wore a rose two-piece suit of wool think this would be a good wooded place In fissures of lime- Presbyterian ChurchJohn You are required to 'appear on

with black accessories. resolution for everyone to make stone rock In East Africa.' February I, 1948, In the above nam

The young couple was attendedby and to keep. After having little success or Warren, Kaufman Minister ed Court seeks and divorce.cause,Bradford wherein plaintiff County

Miss Edith: Louise Manning, ---- satisfaction from methods of and Sermon Telegraph Hhall publish this
and We all had a wonderful interested Morning Worship Order In next four weekly Indues. .
Bister of the bridegroom, Roy very propagating suggested by 11:00 A. M. A well planned life Witness my ham. and official
Ray. Christmas. It seemed that everyone friends, Mrs. Young beganto is usually a fruitful life. In the goal at Starke Florida, this December LET US RENT YOU ALOCKER
what he ai, 1947.
Bradford got Just exactly experiment by the familiar trial
Mra. Manning attended
I let us seek to know (Official Seal A. :J. ThomasA
County High School and Is now wanted. Of course all my' things and error methods. At the end new year Clerk of said Court '
employed In 'Carpenter's Drug were for my house and I love I of two years she had 24 plants. God's plan for our life. Reading! rtv' I.ncllln C. Conner", D. C. .
Charles R. Hens, 204-OS: Guaranty
Store. Mr., Manning graduatedfrom every single one.I Her first real success came later and study of the Bible,. associating Life Hlilg-, Jacksonville, Fla
Bradford High School In the am.just now getting all th when "she began experimenting with those of high aspirations, Atty, for Flf. 1-3 4t 123i ,

clans of 1947, and at present, la toys picked up and put in a large with blooming plants in an' ac- attendance at church and a conscious \ nnn''IT CocnT. IIIt4DFonneut1V'r'Y. To Keep Your .Cured Meat In
with the Merchant Marines box and after being asked s quarlum. From 48 plants she << l. FI.OHIUAl IX CIIANcsnY. ; *
effort to use each
William L. Andrews accompanied thousand timeR, "May I have ar successfully got 147 'plants. oppor- Bobble Ward Youna-blood, Plaintiff,

the bridal party to Klngslnnd orange?" and after answering yet After this success Mrs.: Young tunity for 'self ,improvement and vs.Juan Dan No. Young-blood 6233.ORDER Defendant. $2.OOPer Locker Per' Month

to a full crate, I am tiring of pickIng began experimenting with different to serve rather than to be servo OF PUF-LICATtOV

UDC To MeetThe : up peelings and sliding or I kinds of the same plant. The ed; all these make for a happy STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Dun
seeds ,so I am squeezing allot f plants multiplied until she lacked We Youngblood, whose resilience Is T21Ugmont
and useful life extend good
W. T. Weeks 'Chapter of them and putting the juice In bob space to keep them all Indoors.\ You Street Brunswick Georgia ...
are required on
the UDC will have Ita business ties .The children will love II t African Violets enjoy cool moist wishes to all for a blessed new February 3, 1948In the above

and social meeting at the homeof just as well and it will be more atmosphere, plenty of fresh air year. Visitors 'are welcomed at named plaintiff Court seeks and divorce.caune*Bradford wherein STARKE ICE COMPANYPhone

Mra. L D. Vining next Wed: nutritious)\and a lot leas mess .nr County Telegraph shall publish 'his
Order In next four weekly 'Issues.
nesday, January 7, at 3 p. m. Mrs. --- Witness my hand and official 12
M. F. Brown will be oo-hostesa All our Christmases before we eal at Btarke, Florida, this Decem
ber SI, 1947.OFFICIAL.
with Mrs. Vining. had lost our spirit by the next ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas STARKE
day and started cleaning up the As> Clerk of said Court
By Lurllln C. Conner, D C.
remains, and life followed as us- Dan Kelly Fernandlnn, Florida
ual, but this year we have learn- Atty. for Pit. 1-2 4t 1.23
ed that really a holiday can last
Well, by this time the last toy when Judge Perryman presented
PTARKE FL'': and last. We went to mother'sChristmas Is probably broken and the last I Gilbert (Coca Cola) Newcomb
and when we re-
day' bit of turkey hash has been consumed with a bottle of Pepsi-Cola at the FLORIDA'e
turned late Sunday afternoon the and Christmas 1947 is in same time singing the familiar

Sun. Mon. Jan. 4-5 children ran ,for their toys Just the annals of history By the Pepsi radio commercial All

SINBADTHE I like we they had did Christmas the first all time over, andso a- time you read this."- New Year's In the spirit! of good, clean fun, tR[] HAl [ [

gain. Eve ter of will record probably. .also. 'Twill be a likelybe mat- you see _

a source of many Interesting Wish I had haul my candid
iHuigloa Fairbanks. Jr.Maureen I am still very thrilled over my Items for next week, but this is camera along Tuesday afternoon

O'llara getting to see the Freedom Train.I written a little too early for me when I dropped by''the USO build

Also "Champagne Music" was awed at some of the things to report on It as yet. From ing and caught Principal Partin,

and World News and others brought tears to my what I hear, however, almost: Coach Geiger, and Janitor Lewis
\ -.SOe.--.-,----.. eyes. There were so many things everyone has some very definite all down on their hands and AND GOOD WISHES
Tiles. ONLY Jan 6 that I couldn't begin to tell you
plans for the evening so If I can knees, varnishing the USO auditorium
NORTH OF THE all the wonders of it. It took a get around to all the gay spots,, floor And doing a CA.FOR THE NEW YEARWe

lot of nerve td brave the crowd I'll let you have an earful next t bang-up job of it, too! They .

RIO GRANDE but was worth every push. week 'low as how they never realized "

that the floor was! so biff until__ __ ,',
n .
Alno "Tumble Weed Tempo Here's a delicious recipe to use Thi* modern custom of subdued they undertook the job. -

md World. News.. at breakfast time: lighting H very romantic and all Glimpsed Mae (Sisson) and E. A. .'
--"'ed.--Tliurs.---- Jan.--7-8-- \ Creamed Chlppttl Heft and that, but 'tis certainly hard on a Fletcher back In town Monday ,{"; '

DQUULE FKATUKKHONEYMOON Egg on Toast gossip columnist, If you know after their Yuletide marriage in ," '. ,
2 1.2 tblsp. butter what I mean I couldn't even Folkston, Ga. '. Callstreeters
3 1.2 tblsp. flour see WHO was at the Junior will certainly miss Mae from her ,

2 cups milk Woman's Club Christmas dance drink stand where she has dis-
Shirley Temple, fraitchot 1.4 pound chipped beef much less what the lovely ladies pensed Cokes and good Irish phil-

Tone, any Madlnon Buttered toast were wearing There Is one osophy for the past seven years

\' 4 hard-cooked eggs I very distinct advantage, however But. anyway congratulations
t The Dark HorsePhilip Melt the butter In double boiler, I' At least we girls don't have to the both of them! f welcome an oppor-

\ Terry, Ann Savage add the flour and mix well. Add< to worry any more- about wearingan -.L... tunity to thank you for
the milk gradually and conk stir- old dress < No one would that
: Also News Hear NVllle Martinez will leaveIn measure of good
L .. ring constantly until thickened.Add know the difference anyway; .
e.e.4r.- the not too distant future to will and
1 confidence
With the aid of
Bill we
Powell's self-
the beef cut in "
Fri. Sat. Jan. 9 10 chipped join Joe in San Juan' Puerto Rico
\ 1MXUI1LE FEATURE pieces reheat and serve on the illuminating necktie" 'I did I manage She enjoy from you. From
reports that he likes his
toast. Garnish with sliced or to spot Jill looking this
priceless asset-the
Job and the country fine, now
Child of Divorce quartered eggs. This will serve very lovely and Spanlshy with a ,
IIlx, white mantilla thrown over her that he'a gotten used to the slip C good will of all we serve

With Shanjn Moffett brunette tresses, and Nina Bishop, pery red clay that must be aboutas and those who serve us

So many people have asked me also In something white and dax- bad as Tallahassee's -we hope to draw Inspiration _
Sunset PassWith about Jimmie, my sister. She livesIn bllng But these two white Glimpsed Buddy Davis and Marjorie for -
Davis ( relation-as continued
no !
numbers yet )
Jacksonville now and works at practically all I
Jme Warren St. Luke'a hospital Just thoughtI'd could glimpse the.. prevadlng I boarding the choo-choo last Fri effort and for greater
Also "Figaro Aerial& Frankle"And let everyone know because so I gloom 'day for a visit with Buddy's relatives achievement in the //I
seem Interested in the Carolinas Hear
Hear that the Rotary Club that wedding bells are In the offing come.

again 'Tis
Christmas poetry was unusually beauteous
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE good thIs year and wish I could school marm Catharine NoUmanwho's We are happy if we

have gotten hold of some of them wearing a ring this time )have been of service to
to relay to you 'TIs an old ... Call Street will soon be sayIng -
"In The Heart of Town And In The Heart custom for the Rotarians to exchange adieu to Pestle Colson, at you, and trust that we

of The People"* gifts and poems about least during working hours since may continue to merit

each other during Christmas she's opening a beauty shop In your friendship and
II l.ll-l U-JL
People week, you know One of the Lake Butler _. tronage.
A Southern Baptist Church For All Lake
briefest one was quatrain composed Butler r.'A,sprig of holly ,
by Bob Kite and dedicated to Harley Strong'.for the canned
Sunday School 0:43 Training Vnlon 6:13 to Bill Graham as follows: carols he loudspeakered from his

Morning Worship! Evening Happy Hour Roses are red store during the holidays .

11:00 7:30 Violets are blue, MAY YOUR EVERY WISH

rigs are portly Well, guess .. .' to do _- ----- -_ .- ..- BE FULFILLED?
-- And so are you! for this time ; hope to have "
"January Journal of Juggling of Jerusalem" Wouldn't
Shakespeare be en- bigger and better things to report
Morning, 11 a. m. "To Whom Doe Jerusalem Belong vious fAnother after New Year's,... .

Evening, 7:80 p. m. "[iome Again" good laugh WM had -ca (lyn. GEM JEWELRY'
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"Vtolt\ TIM Charch With The Visiting ...to," ALVAREZ' STORE Men's Clothing:l "

_, Established 109 E..CALL ST. PHONE 170 STARKE. FLA.






STARKE.. FLORIDA _. ..._ -..._
ins n Ya.al

[ Dr. and Mrs. 1L: 1[. Adams and Mrs. R. R. !
ITS of LOCAL NEWS children, John) and Jane were Hutchings and I Mr. and ;Mrs.' C. N. Christy of February 7. 1948. In the above RULED PRACTICE PAPER
daughter left .
Montey, Thursdayof Augusta, Ga., were guests during named Court and pause, wherein
guests of relatives In Jacksonville :: plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford 9x13, for frrhool children. 75oream. a
,week .:for a week's stay In the holidays of Mm. S. R. Johns
Sunday.Mr. i County Telegraph shall. publish, this .-Bradford County Tele
Murphysburg, N. C. and' Mt. and Mrs. S. R. Johns Order li next four weekly Issues.
Fay Ware! and Mra.F. Mrs. Margery H. Colley had graph.
and Mrs. 'P. M. Barefoot Witness hand .
and officialseal
Mrs. A.' W. Anderson I Jr. Mrs. S., R. Johns my
and son as guests over the Christmas A. W. accompanied
Ripplinger HolIdays at Htar' Florida, this December -
Lake Butler Visited Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Houser were home guests Friday evening at the Anderson, Jr.' O. A. Anderson, them.from ,..AlgWwhere she 16. 19 n. CONSTRUCTION PALER, Ox:
of) Mrs. Harry Darby and .' ',. had OFFICIAL
Monday afternoon.of and ion Allen of Seville Ga. Mr. been.ag1Je.t of kpie Christy'sfor Thomas. 12, assorted colors, 12 1.2 centspkg.
|Blips] family in Lake City. Mrs. J. I* Anderson and daughter, several Aa Clerk of said. Court.
O. E. Cutshaw and Mrs. William Miner days. By Lucille C. Conner. D. C. Bradford County Tele
a R v. of Col. :Miss Janet Anderson -
Mr. and )Irs. L. W. Koch were :Mr. and Effie" Zach II. nouarlaa. tlnelllft, Flu.Atty. .
terested to learn that he umblana Ala., Miss Shirley Col- in Arcadia from'Christmas Day Mrs. J. L. Anderson' Jr., of Jacksonville Mrs ,Johns and Mrs. E for rif. 1-3 4t 1-13 graph.

rating at 'hls'home in ley of the University of Florida, through Sunday enjoying visits Miss Beverly Lapp Mr. A. Winkler and two daughters, I

Springs after a'>: stay and Miss Frances Colley of Jacksonville. with relatives and frtenda. and Mrs. E. M.' Davis,' and Mr Mrs. A. W.: Masters and Miss .
._. i ...
: !
Winkler! Tallahassee -
Merest of
I and Mrs. John H.: Mixon -
YHoapttal.iMr Mr. and Mrs. John Hodge and all attended '
n' Gainesville
d; *. P. M.' Barefoot; Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hawkinsof daughter Lorraine of Palatka' the Anderson family reunion spent Tuesday a

fa Barefoot, and Mrs S. Atlanta, Ga., enjoyed a visit were guests Sunday of Dr. and at the home of Mrs. P. E. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Johns were PLEASE.OtKSHlli .XTR

Epa i, and 'children 'were last weekend 'at the home of Mr. Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Stone Sunday In Archer, where guests Thursday and Friday of .- THIS YEAR Itt
k ;friends' and.relative .In and Mrs.' J. I*. Anderson. Mr. Miss Marilyn Capo of St. Augusi they were joined by Mian :Mayme their son and daughter-in-law, I j r.'et .
( Sunday afternpon.v# and, Mrs.:. Anderson also had 'as tine enjoyed the Christmas Holidays : Anderson) of Archer, 'ClaUde An. Mr and Mrs. Freeman Johns. : enatcs M Jl'i c.-the. pinch ft "

R S&lea"* Ser tIce.';The guests during the holidays their at the home of Mr. and I derson, and Mr. and Mrs Paul Mr. and Mrs. T., W Caruthera 1. Hotel. yvr ) he

let for', geaulnq.'parts. son and daughter-in-law, Mr.. andMra' Mrs. Nelson Green and family. : Etheridge, ,all of Jacksonville.Mr. of Miami visited their parents, Inaba Ivre.h .

|tO. Smith' Oarage., ?:' tfnd 4. I* And r on. .Ji.. ." ';J{ Mr. and Mrs.. T.. Frank Lan-I and Mrs.'Willard Pass and the W. J. Church wells during the !. Crush .wt y.wr Cl,.,."",ai far, pipe t .ih.,. ,U.VN ,

: :Mr>?. R. 6;; Kider .and Dr.: and '.Mrs H.. B. 'McLendonand drum and. family ''were:Christmas' son Gene are guests during the Holidays. ash r. tray! y

Richard, 'Robert. :and daughter Jeannetto returned Day guests of his parents Mr. I holidays of his parents in Atlanta, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee returned then ,ftr; and clrew.. i"
Drawn .
have returned after. en- Sunday to' their home In Orlando and Mrs. J. A. Landrum In Ga. from Metter, Ga. where she enjoyed >. ywr
ia Christmas Holidays atie after\ being guests during the Brooksville. I Mr. and Mrs. James B. Burn- the Christmas Holidays as ..,.i...

of Mr. Kidd's mother, Christmas Holidays of Mr. Me- Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Patten and ham and daughter Carol of Jacksonville guest of her son-in-law and daughter 4. Ash .ut the UwnJ ,.,"'i'-.bferfcwmlnf .

hard Kidd, Sr.; In ,Rich- Lendon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. son George were guests last week I were guests Christmas! Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson,' worse fcrvih, '.nce fwl, .r trash.emeszOnly .

a. E. S. Matthews end of Mrs. Ina Mae. Flynn in. Day of Mrs Hazel Simmons and son, Holt Mrs Johnson and

Eustis. I Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight Holt accompanied Mrs. Brownlee ;P you can "It

Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Montteth of were guests of friends at the to Starke where they will be '

very Branch of ; Eustis arrived Wednesday for Seminole Hotel in Jacksonville guests: 4t, the. Brownloe home for PREVENT WOODS FIRES I

several days' visit at the homeof .Christmas Day. two weeks

ztea & 'N S.;U RANGE' .' Mr. and 'Mrs. W.: H.. Graham.Mr. -Mra. -We'B. Alexander) and Miss l.\: iHcrrr ('01 "'I'. IMIAUKIIHDCOWT1V .
and Mrs. E. L. Middletonand Wilma FI.OHIUAl IN: 'IIAII-:
Alexander..visited Sundayat ,
Miss Marjorie Sue :Middletonof the home of Mrs. Alexander's Fred ICILY Peterson Plaintiff vs. Sophie,

Jacksonville were guests brother-in-law and{ lHter 1'eternon efendant.. (.'...... No. 6218.
Mr. and
Christmas! Day of Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. L. B. Alexander, in Waldo. AN1)) NOTICE TO AflMOAR I Nt
Russell Stevens, who is stationed Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney I Peterson whose residence Is: MMdleton. t
New York.
had as holiday guests Mrs. Mc.Kinney's II i .
with the Marines at Camp Le- You are required to appear on r,
PHONE 146 brothers, H. S, Hazen February. 2, 11)48.! In the above named
N. C.
juene, spent the holidayshere
court and cause, wherein plaintiff
and daughter, Frances Marian of
|- Constant Service Over 50 YearsLASSIFIED- with his brother and sister- seeks divorce. Tlrnilfnrd 1 County 1
Center lUll and I. H. Hazen of
Telegraph shall rub'tvh thisOrder !
in-law Mr and Mrs.
Tony Ste.
Jacksonville: Mm. McKlnney'sfather In next four weekly 1."U""j
Witness my hand and
vens.Mr. G. W. Hazen of Brooker heal .
: at Stark. KlorH.V till J.'"
and Mrs. H. C. Rouse and Mr. McKlnney's brother-in-law t'ember 2e. 1947.
children of Tampa were holiday (OFKK-lAI SEAt A. J. Thomas
and sister, Mr. and Mrs J. J. As Clerk of ,said Court ,
guests of Lefrlc Johns and family Mllllcan of Palatka; and Miss By l.ui-llle C. Conner, t). C.
at New River.Christmas Zarh H. l Douglas, lnln.5KVlll.v-. -Via.
----------------- Mildred Hundley of Jacksonville.Mr. Ally, for Pit. 1-3: .t:1.23: .
Day guests of Mrs.E. .

U FOR SALE E. Canova and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. E. C. Mann, Jr., ix: CIRCUIT roi'irr.- nn".i>vnttiCOUNTY. >:
RradiosImmediateon. !
To auto G. I* Patten were F. A. Canova have as guests during the holidays FI.O1tlDAl I:* CIIANVKIIY. -
As low as $42.80. her : ,
mother Mrs. ti.
ERD RADIO SERVICE, ONE! NEW 3-BEDROOM residence, and family, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Mildred Jones, Plaintiff, vs. Tlobert 5a
|at M&dlaon streets, Starke. OUTS completed. J. Canova and family, all of Christian of Valdosta Ga., and Jones, Defendant. I'IIHH. Nt>, A317.ORDKH \, r
Seml-Uloss t< Bal. White enamel Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Polly NOTICE TO APPEAR
".&0 Bral.. Other paints. at low .rlo"" A. Canova and family. Mann, a student Jim FARM. CITY AND I LtrHBICHi 1: : a dosta. Jones, wliowe residence' In unknown.
SS PROPERTY 12. 160-170: Windowsx complet. Mrs. Edward Lawson and sons You are rnqulred. to( appear on ,
Pine PlumbingFitting's Floorln.Roolc; V4 In. Ply Wood. have returned from Savannah, Ga. Mr. anl"MOvld;; Lewis of
; Shelves.
FINISH: LIMKt White Cement. where' they spent Christmas with Tallahassee were guests ..nday: = -

": n.RA.1, Glass ALSO ,Block Concrete, Sand. Pipe; Concrete Mrs. Lawson's father, C. E. Mose- of Mrs. Carrie Ingram.

TROUT K STATE) I Blocka, all sizes; pipe step stones, ley.Mr. Mrs. C. R. Smith Jr., Rnd little l

|......t advertiser of rnmnproperty. fo'r: Mix I Steel floor;Windows Cement;; Rock Paint and Mrs. A. F. Sauls! spent son, Cecil Ralph of Gainesville --i ;;

,y of llome. Ha.-mud farm overea .- Oil and Block Paint; Concrete Flour Christmas Day in Lake City, pont several days In Starke recently m
complete; Dump Truck Mauling- 'I where as of Mr.
guests and Mrs.
fnyers front all.eTer the One Skll-Saw, new they were guests of his
"ree open listing LOTS' FOR SALMI $209 up, ,:ill sister, Mrs. Myrtis Hawthorneand n. E. Knight. Charles! Knight: of Be I Be Satisfied

OUT REALTY AGENCY down<, 120 rte II.. I In('ONTH cl v limits.ilOKH I'IQ11RAIFItll family.Mr. the University of Florida, also was sure

presented Locally ByHOLLINGSWORTH I'.NfilfJMiKIIIVC; ("0.J. and MI's.V.. E. Thorntonhad i a guest during the holidays.

Maurice Kilwariln Phnne U.INSUHANCj,11 as guests during the Holidays Owen Mill enjoyed the Christ
These the advantage have when purchase from the
your gas
are you you
|16 So. Walnut St. write all lines Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McIntyre and may holidays with hU father, II.
fire, automobile liability, and children, Oran and Billy of Jack K. Mills, in St. Augustine SLADK (.OAS CO, II"ANY. In this new year of 1018! dump your Gas
FOR = B life. See for
R SALE Model me your Insurance
11, A.1 condition, Rood l tire, needs. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., 124W. sonville. Mr. and Mi... John Mixon spent Worries In our lap and you can feel sure they will receive our personal
treasonable. Way be seen at Call St., Phone 154. tte Mr.
and Mrs. D. T. Clark of
Friday and Saturday in Live Oak attention.
m any week day Also se I
> any kind of farm work FOR RENTAttractive clean. fur- Miami and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. I with his son, Wayne, and sister,,
tractor equipment. R. H;, Dished and Unfurnished apartments Wainwright and family of Tallahassee Mrs. Mary Johns and family/ and '
fJr., 4 ml. NB'of Brookern
very clone In. Desirable location. have 'WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING ADVANTAGES 'WHEN
: fir: Road.A! ,4tp 1-2', returned to their other close relatives.
-. V V.* 'No objection to .well behaved
4 homes
fchlldrSn.t-iTrT tfnil Mrs. W. H. after being guests during I Mr. and
Mrs. JUIlton St. Peter
MATTRESSES Nollman<< 201 W. Madison St.Stark. ., the Holidays of Mr. and Mrs. J. YOU BUY FROM US: ,
and and Miss
t( family Beryl Hoi
{OP ALL KINDS R. Walnwrlght and family, and
all of Gainesville, and Mrs.
RENOVATEDFURNITURE HOUSING A C C O M M 0 DA TIONSa..a.llabl. N., D. Wainwright, Sr. "
.. oil Klmrnley Lake. For" Mrs. C. C. Stallworth and Rev. John O. Scott of Mandarin were 1. Sufficient Storage Capacity To Insure' You A Steady
Information nee Starka Chamber dinner guests Saturday night at .
of Commerce. t( and Mrs. L. D. flames and chil the home of Mr. and Mrs Supply, of Gas.
_ FOR RENT-2-room 3-story housu. dren, Louis, Helen, Tommy, David, Mooty. 2. Can AtA Mont Reasonable Price. ",' ,

partly. furnished, with 2 bathe: and Mary Louise were guests ,.* &' 3. Trained Service Men To Do Your Job. = 'J
( Mr
Also two 3-room apt.. close In. Christmas Day of Mr. Halnes' and Mrs. E. W. ,Hayes had : d' ; :,"
I Very reasonable. Inquire 600 N. as guests Christmas day Mr. and 'r I "
Walnut St. It mother, Mrs. B. F, Haines, in >< jJ1't

FOR RENT with ;24-foot Attractive front utore on building main-- worth AIt mont has Springs.now returned* Mho to Stall.her Mrs.daughter John, H.Sue DcasJr., of! Panama. and City baby; {We Have A Good Supply of Ranges and Hot 'Water Heaters';,

kEUFHOLSTERKD highway between bus station anil home in Bremen, Ga., after enJoying Mr. and Mrs.V.. Hayes, Jr., on Hand. See Us for Pce8Jefore You Buy
NO REFINISIIED school. Hee It at 603 Temple Ave and children, Mri: and Mrs. E. F.
Wilbur ,, q weeks' stay at the
Scott owner. 3t 1-
[Drop Us A Card
Haines' home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wll-
INGS MATTRESS CO. FOR flALE-Royal standard typewriter llama all of Jacksonville; and Mr.
wide carriage, In Miss Madge Whlgham and Mrs.
230 Falatka, Fla' condition/ $65. Alto new U..D1'I Eula Whlghari spent several days and Mrs. M. S. Hayes and son Slade Gas Company Inc.Two
I ington portable, U9.&() plus tax.- Godfrey of Gainesville. Knos .
Bradford County Telegraph tf recently in Statesboro, Ga., where
LE--Two vied electric retm's -
Hayes, Jr. of of
good condition FOR SALE Three-quarter bed they were guests of Mr and Mrs. Florida is, the University Doors! .From It. R. Track On Call Street
Garage. tf with Inneraprlntr mattress. and H. W. Turner enjoying his mid-term

TOURIST COURT un. springs. New. Mrs. Garfield, 224 Miss Viola. Cook of Washing. vacation_ at thq,,'\pme, of, his par Phone 121
So. Thompson See between 0 a.
w rooms manaKement.and bath, Cabin overnightalso to 1 m and 2 p. m. or after 7:30: p. m. ton, D. C., arrived Wednesday at ents.Corbln .- .. _. .
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large shop suitable Itp the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. and Gene Carnell of Or.mo'nd -

rphanlc. Route 100 (FalatkaI FOR SALE-A complete l grocery Brownlee, where she will be a are guest: at the home of I
I fhone 17 ring 1-1. 4tp 1-18 and meat market and gas station guest until Saturday, when she their grandfather, K, A. Scott.

iT with: 5 room lights concrete and water block: Hampton at Inventory, 1<'18. price. Box Itp 73 will accompany Mr. and Mrs. M. They arrived before Christmas BARGAINS BARGAINS BARGAINS !
and will visit here for
In. 20.0D monthly Apply FOR RENT-Furnished 3-room *pt. C. Stith and family back to their several days

Walnut St. It $35 01.-403 N. Walnut. It home In Washington. The Stlths before returning to school in Or- ...... 1,

|LE! Lot SO by 105 with 2 have been guests at the Brownlee mond.
LOST Several cattle bought
: market CLEARANCE
nne 7 rooms and one 4 home during the Holiday Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and INVENTORY
In 380 457.
Clone to trading center. tag ears and
; to Bell, in S. Walnut Ht. Don't know other numbers. Rush Mr. and Mrs. J. H. DuPre and Mrs Carrie Hitch had as guests d
ItJ.K of tall cut off of some. Reward.M. daughter, Nancy on Christmas day Dr. and Mrs. :
F. Wiggins, New River. It '
: Int 75 by 76, 8 room during the Holidays of Mr. Du.Pre's C. C. Mendoza and flon Cliff and \ LINOLEUM RUGS

fern furnliihed... to suit Priced buyer.to 116 Hell H8t. .., WANTED for Insurance: Secretary..tenographer and real estate office. mother, Mrs. J. E. DuPre, daughter, Mss Gloria Johns, Mr. Heavy Weight

It Prefer Bradford county In Live Oak. and Mra. N. T. Rltch, and daughter 4

.- -Front proof Auatrallanarhor' girl.-who N. Walnwrlght.wishes permanent. Jr.,position. 129. Miss Jeanette Williams of Ala- Dianne, all of Jacksonville; Size 9x12 $12.95
vitae, bottle brush, W. Call St., phone 154 tUarke., It chua was a guest last Thursdayand Dr. Mendoza'H father of Ocneret ---

plant. Mrs. ,Robert FOR BALE-4 new Oooclrlrh Seal Friday of Miss Madge Brown- La., and Dr. Thomas G. Hitch, of
(Mldlakes) Keystone lipALVES omatlc Tubes, 0:00-14: $8 ."ch. lee. New London, Conn.JlOO.t:1& Beautiful Colors These Are Made To Last
('nll, 74-W or write P. O. Box
725. 2tp 1.9FOR'tALECholro Visiting at the home of Mr" Mule*. .*: Serb 1 ire. The
from 0.1'111 Try We Have Many Other Sizes!
new Dr. Hess product Carl Jackson during the Holidays only outlet for genuine part.
breeding stork
>liner(!t In. sulfnthfasolV All three ,.(Inaredl-kaolin laying hens, two '..ork-r...*. Inquire were her son and dauhte--ln-law, Phone 120. Smith's Garage. tl t. ,
re used In treatment <>t Hattirdays Ruth Roast, BOx Mr. and Mrs. Morris W Jackson, Senator and Mrs. S. D. Clarkof '
diarrhea.. Pint else' $1 117. Rl. 1. Starke. ItpFOK of Birmingham, Ala. Monticello were ,dinner guests 1' Never Before Such Bargains!
calf.Many' dairymen remplcte -
satisfaction-Sis- KALE: 15.00(1( graded, slightly "Mrs. J. F. Robb and children, Tuesday of Senator and Mrs.

Peed &: Seed Store. It and used wires bean Good hampers condition.with Cheap.tops Linda and Johnny of Columbia, Charley E. Johns. .

la horse, south of Starke See Yanry William. Itp S. C.. will return Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deckerof Baby Beds $39.95Panel

Jack Edwards' fllllnff FOR SALE--I young, freoh. nice their home after enjoying several Albion, N. Y., spent Christmas .
T)ark bay. extra long Jersey milk oows.--J. W. Pedenhaugh days' visit the ""' Construction.
during Holidays t Ends Heavy
:Mark, on upper left legg Hampton. Itp Day with Mr. and Mrs A. Hart- :
with letter-n.- J. C. with Mrs. Robb's mother, Mrs. mann. Mr. and Mrs. Decker ar t Ivory and Maple Finish
Rt. 2, E-ox 228, Btarke. porcelain oil
Fay GilL
Itp ran< porcelain-lined ov.n. Ice Rev. and Mrs Roger D. Conga York and since coming here have J
IT.R ISM Ford I.door.h.at.r, t It BothIn don of the Atlanta Bible Institute 4' ; fit these beauti
CDeluxe, Radio and good I"I; ld:: :prices;, reannshle. decided to make their home In

Ill Ileeg.. By private owner. R. F. Demnrem. Btartee. ItpAXVOITNCINO will arrive Saturday to spend Starke. They already have begun 'n: .".'_..... '
J7a. Clarke. It the weekend as guests of Mr. and for c ful beds at a very .
plans building house.
a ,
the neo-lnnlne Monday '

Inderblt fan Jersey one cow crop swallow. hole for Starke.Jan. S, of We a delivery upeelallie' service In Mrs.Dr., J.Thomas'T. Quigley G. Ritch returnedto Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Durden and E 11 low price. ,I ; ,."-irt< :;'

ther ....1'. Branded ear. CB hip picking up grocery orders. Will children, Betty Jo, Bruce, and b ").1 : ""7' S
of choice, New London, Conn., after I'
le. H..w.r.I.-Jdlnnl. Nauft take them to store your enjoying Frances arrived Christmas 1'1"
1, Box have them filled and delivered. the holidays at the home
94-A. Starke. lip For further Information call 124. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .

LK About 1 do*. Money Ito of his! mother* Mrs. Carrie Ritch. H. Houston, where they H.I 5-pc. Blonde DINETTE Suits ,.'',"."E'f'
Pecan trees, budded on and his grandparents, Mr and /
nd, four old stock. FOR SALE: One 3-4 IIP Craftsmanmotor until Sunday.Dr. I :
year I w
with automatic cutoff Mrs. T. J. Griffin.
[ Cherry St., T. S. I Thomas G. Ritch and Mr.. '
WlIhmrt safety feature. I'secl about IliO Mr*.- W. A. Scott, Mrs. F. V. '
hr. Used T>.lco batteries In different I Carrie Hitch
Monday accompanied
conditions, SO or more. Kent, and Mrs. W. F. Babcock $39.95 \ f
NT 1 apartment Mr. and Mrs T. J., Griffin toJacksonville
rnom 500h'"V else starting or growing I spent several days : the t
path, gas heat. 103 Wash* battery. Electric fencewith
'where to
]tin charger never Installett. 60 gal I Christmas Holidays at the home they plan Extension Table With One Leaf 1 Red Leather- IJ
olive drab pigment past paint of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Glatzau stay until Sunday as guests of
etfe Chairs Make Keautlful
Your Dinette
any quantity at Lat In drum. X unused garage door Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza and -
First house after seer1'1 nets, sliding sideways Both In DeLand.

ay*#!;0,. toward from 80.Gainesville.IIP Btarke. trees.grafted Time and to set ungrafted them now.p Fur.nlnhed -.-nn. Miss Beryl Jean St. Peter of son Johns.Cliff and daughter. Mls Gloria IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

rental S(>ts.wl.h Ian divided Gainesville was a gueetFriday
Into pasture, pine, and for and Saturday of Miss Polly Mrs. Miriam Klckliter, Miss
:< Also 1.. ). frontage
cultivation. rrs
pNT 4.room, completelyed
Brown. Dorothy Clair Klckliter and Sammy Denmark do.
carafe apartment with on tn..dlner hlvhway. I4noocash. Furniture '
bath rsrr1 gas heat and stove, .-Farm.Wrsk.IW Carl-t Wynn road, IH Brook ml. Holiday gueats at the home of Kennedy recently spent several '
witbppri'vatefurnished:; east. Btarke, or write P, O. Box Mrs. W, B. Alexander were Mr. days in Atlanta, where they

.,.t .*.. Starke. It I-U and Mrs-, C. U. Dty. >uls and Kn.AleJIander's were guests of Mrs. Kickliter's PHONE. 151 STARKE, FLA.
nit stove electrlo refrlcers-' daughter Mrs. Wends Henrtck -
II mother Mra. M. UMaynard.
near Kohool and FOR apartment
.-- Pen a4$$ .._ all< ata..a pr vteeNb7.th-Hr..1. X. MltchelK all of AUchoa. *.
U >02 W. Madison 8t- Itp

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ty Telegraph hall publish thisOrder camber 11. 1947
sent house slippers -
-I children of Hellbronn Mr. and My ton gloves Holidays To EndThe In neat tour weekly Issues OFFICIAL SEAL)
and candy. My son here at Witness my hand and official seal A. J
Mrs. Dan Harley and children of Hill at Stark, Florida, this December ByIacmcVnen. ,r 14
Lawtey Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Clay home gave me a pen and pencil annual Christmas holidayswill 11, 1947. c-

Bloker and son of Atlantic Ily Lura urIohr] set, a Sheaffer. Don gave me end for 2,544 Bradford Coun- (OFFICIAL, Am SEAL Clerk) of A. said J. Thomas Court., Robertksnville,1'Florlea. Plf. t>V
Uy L. II. Futch Beach. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nebr. money, and was I ever happy ty students end 98 teachers when By Lucille C. Conner D. C. 12'12 It
Beach were Ponoa had a lovely box of holly from T. Frank Lnndrum.., Starke. Fla.
Blocker of return to their classroom Atty. for Pit. 13-12 E 4t 1-2
also the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ,. .eR'hereln. . my tree I love at Lang's. Dalsry they REAL ESTATE*
The Christmas Holidays were duties Monday, Jan. 6. -
Christmas Day. I have a joyful Christmas never forgets, bless her heart. On
Harley on List
and now 1V CIRCUIT COIHT. DR"'DFonu your
very quiet with uiprln_ and 1 I Christmas Eve a big box of fruit property for
are getting back to work. Rev. and Mrs. O. V. Lee were KI.OH1UAI with me. I have .
people think of my friends In far away arrived from Miami from Mr. and : sold
business visitors to Gainesville ... pieces of
and Mrs. L. H. Hill had Paul Bruckner. Plaintiff. v Helen property
Mr. and
Florida. Mrs. C. A. Cox's own trees. Such iv: nnrtiT coiriiT, BRADFORD Bruckner, Defendant. Case No. *
as their guests for Christmas din- last Saturday. nice big grapefruit and lemons! COU TY, FI.OIUIHI IN CHANCERY 6181 many prospective buyer,
ner Mr. and Mrs. Pearce Jones Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Kelly and This would I keep forever in my I had ORDER OF PUBLICATION I square deal is guarantt'f4,
? Our son fount,the William'Frauds Miller, Plaintiff AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ,
,. and family of Chester, Mrs. N. S. David and Wendell Kelly were in heart pushed back In, a cool closet and vs. Elsie'Mae Miller, Defendant. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Helen fair commission Is all that I.
jr Blount of Fort Myers. Mr. and Jacksonville on Christmas Day. Among the things the ruthless Can No 4188ORDER Bruckner, whose residence Is: 6211: julre.' An a member of
came out holding one, saying OF PUBLICATIONAND
Orchard Avenue Parma > Ohio.
xj Mrs. Halite Jones of Stark, and Howard Miner of Jacksonville years may leave; "My where did you get this big NOTICE TO APPEAR You are required to appear on I Realty Board you roil ,
Mr. and Mrs. James Blackshearof spent the holidays as guest of his The glad excitement, wonder and STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Elsie January 12, 1848, In the above named assured that I will rep,
The get
? ones we
grapefruit Mae Miller, whose residence and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff to the best
Kingsley Lake. mother, Mrs. Eftle Miner. delightOf here are smaller: from the Rio address Is: U known. seeks divorce. Bradford County you of my ab
Those enjoying Christmas with Van Futch of Jacksonville was Christmas Eve. You are lfdth appear on Telegraph shall publish thisOrd..r N. D. WAINWRIGHT
Grand valley mostly. January 12, 1948, above named In next four weekly Issues.] ja
Mr. and Mrs. :A. H. Harley were visiting in Lawtey last week. I went with Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Witness my hand and, official Realtor, -:- Phone W
And Oh, to keep the breathless- Christmas evening divorce. Bradford Coun- -
their children and grandchildren: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Slloox seeks seal at Starke, Florida this De
mail. Don had
Digger to get the
the thrill.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Harley and ness
Christmas MrsKttcox's
were, guests pf .
The heart's swift running out to gone on an ambulance call to
and Mrs.A.
family of Lawtey, Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. -
meet surprise. take a man to the hospital. I
H. Harley. Jr., of Kingsley W. Roberts. Mrs. Roberts had
of I Never to lose entirely the lightOf had time to meditate and enjoyto
Lake, Miss Mattle Harley
her father. Mr. Tatum of DeLand t,
about all
I childhood from my eyes. the fullest thinking
Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Sumpter
with her for the
holidays. '
the presents, the good turkey I
Harley and son of Gainesville, Mr.
School will again next This would I hold untarnished {
'' and Mrs. St. Clair Harley and open had cooked with oyster stuffingthat
Monday. We hope to be ready to through the years. was good too. I was walk-
occupy the new room in the tem- Although the roads I take may I Ing along counting my blessingsand
porary building at that time. lead me far; I looked to the eastern sky
CIUI-LETS Mayor and Mrs. O. J. Phillipsand The radiant molten glory of the and just above the hill the sky .
"v Iinim M. Smith family spent the Christmas light was the bluest azure blue, Justa
holidays in Macon Ga., as guestsof From one bright star. streak not very wide. With
their son-in-law and daughter, -Grace N. Crowell. the snow lying\white on the hill 111 /
Mr. and Mrs. F, T. Redd.J. you can Imagine how beautifulit "
E. Wall Jr. went deer hunt- What a glorious, heartwarming was.. I looked for the evening
Christmas I had. I played Mrs.
Ing last week. While away he star to come out, but had to get
the Commercial Club. Smoked BACON lb. .
Santa for .
visited at Boca Grande. to Santa. back home too early I guess. But dexoSHORTENING ,! |
aestrlf Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye of Fort It was such fun help the memory of that beautiful sky

Lauderdale and Miss Arthurlne trimmed I was dressed with rabbit In scarlet fur. A hood and after a perfect Christmas day I PORK CHOPS, Ib.. 43c
Blanchard of Jacksonville were carried back to the silent mor-

holiday -guests of Mr and Mrs. and was a something rather stunning new for outfit.Fonca It tuary with me and it was heart NECK BONES, lb. 20c |
A. M. Blanchard.
warming. I like to look over andover
for Mrs. Santa had never visited Ibs.1.15
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wall Sr. my' Christmas cards. I hada
and Miss Wall here with Santa before. But I : : Small Picnic HAM lb. .
Marjorie spent wonderful Idea sweet letter from a girl I wentto 47c
thought It was a
Christmas with relatives in Lake
school with and I loved so
and the little fellows surely had a WHITE HOUSEMILK '
City.Donald Ray Grlffls Is visitinghis lot of fun telling me their names much 33 years.and She have lives not in seen West her Vir-for Chuck ROAST (Center Cut) lb. 49c

uncle and aunt, Mr; and Mrs. and what they wanted for Christ- ginia and is a grandmother like
Charles Blumberg of Jacksonville mas while Santa passed! the myself. I had another letter from Nice Large MULLET Ib 31c
candy sacks to them. I thought ,
Mrs. F. C. Richardson and chil-
dear friend I worked
of the sayings of Jesus, "Suffer a near so
dren of Lake City were the week-

"CMlNA.s. M9.IsI9" end Wall guests Jr. of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. for little such children Is to the come kingdom unto me o f remembered many years.Makes To know the heart you glad.are 4 tall 49c Salt Water BREAM, .Ib 23c

I have -nice letters from
heaven. As I took the little dar-
*TARK DRY CLEANERSAND visiting Mr. Ellis relatives and Son in Mississippi., Micky, are lings In my arms and heard their Clay Hill. The O,teena were strip- Headless WHITING, Ib, '" .,, .. 19C

L/UNDRY Right at this time it looks likeIt shy requests, my' heart went out ping cane. They 1 ire all well, 8 O'CLOCK

PHONE 21 GREEN I'JIIDINC will be a "late and slim" season In one long surge of love and Betty Carter has a"broken rib Pork LIVER lb. 35c
from at school.
some She
for this strawberry shipping cen- sympathy. Again I waa the games '
ter. Acreage is only about a third teacher and my heart aboundingin goes to Baldwin one of my for- COFFEE21bs.79c
love. I.was truly happy. mer pupils and a brilliant stu- Beef LIVER, Ib. .' 55c
Christmas Eve we opened our dent. Lula Mae Mosley was pre-
presents by the tree as usual. I paring to go to ,the Christmas
had so many pleasant surprises. program Friday night. Mildred Pork Shoulder ROAST, lb. 42c
Sculley says her mother had a

147 Temple Ave Starke Fla. of what It has been In recent years tooth pulled which proved very
and even these look none too painful. She had,been to see Mrs.:
GREASING<; POLISHING ELECTRIC ARC- WELDING WAXING good because of the unusually wet Colea Griffis and all were fine llona Peaches, No. 2 1.2 29< ION -Self Rising
fall. At this time last year the Letter from Bernice Padgett FLOUR, 25 Ibs. 1.9SJ
AMOCO GAS and ACCESSORIES highway on both sides, of Lawteywas first 1 have from her. Nicely IONA No. 2
BATTERIES $7.95 up EXCHANGE swarming with our young written. From Georgia I had a 10NA-SUced.

TIRES $12.75 and up EXCHANGE "roadside" peddlers, but so far we letter from Mrs. Tommy Hunter Tomato Juice 10 BEETS No.2. i2c|
have seen only a dozen or so pints who used to live at Camp One [ -
being offered along the road. near'Lang's and I used to visit BBBBBBBBBBBB IIONA
her. They are now running a |Iona CORN, No.2. 18<

turpentine Camp at Hayltiw, Ga. HOMINY .NO. 21-2 isllONA
** ****** *** ai mm mmHmmmmmmlona [ <
Also a card from the former
teacher at'Clay Hill, Clara Mae No. 2 -Baby"I ,
Eunice Lane, of DeLand. She Peas 2 for 25c "
has a baby girl, I am proud to I Lima Beans, 2 for 19IIONA <

@ say.My .
near neighbor whose dear llona Tomatoes, No. .1 9 c
old father was burled gave me a Tomato Puree, No. 1 9cjIIONA
large blooming African violet In
a pot for Christmas. She raised IIONA-CUT NO. 2]

/ lit. I was so happy. All small Green Beans 2 for 27< I Vanilla Flavor 19c|
'" v -- +-. things to be happy,, over but they pt. -
make up ones life and I am not
1-I ft(1llhi( going to wait until some future
time to be happy. It might never (00----- --, (0.:0


Try rolling fish to fry In pan- I
--- / cake flour: Any kind. Fry In hot Grape JAM Pork & Beans PEACH

fat. They'are good. P reserves
All for now and a happy New 2 lb. GlaM 2 No. 1 Cans

:----- Year, God bless you' all, 27
-Lura. 43c 25c
1 lb. Glass Jar

.. ..... .. .
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NOTICE Sultana Broken (Sliced). Pineapple Any Flavor-A & P

I hereby announce my candi- No. 2 1-2 Can "33c Sparkle Gelatin Dessert
dacy for the office of County

Commissioner for District One A & P Pineapple (Chunks) 3 for 21c
(Lawtey) Bradford County Flor-
ida. If elected I promise to give No. 2 1-2 Can 35c

Faithful, energetic and conscien-
Happy Kids
tious service to this important A & P Pineapple I (Crushed) Syrup

1j office. I will at all times be No. 2 Can 29c 5 lb. Can 58c
j ready to confer and advise with

my constituents and in my duties A & P SOFT WEVE
as Commissioner to( carry out Fruit Cocktail

their will and work for the best 1 lb. Can 27c Toilet Tissue, 2, for 25c
ttki' interest of our .;district and'

Your support will be,deeply,.appreciated A & P PEARS (Halves) Ashl'd Towels (150) ,18c
I"3.' 1 lb. Can 27c -
H. ),[onds.Ask .
Large Swan Soap 20c

-J taauOiRY? Camay Soap (Med.) lOc

This year, as "Auld Lang Sync" rings out the old year, toasts CRY Red Del. Apples, 2 lbs. 27c
V Large Oxydol I pkg. 39c
will be made the land for ANA ,
throughout a happy, prosperous 1948 Green Cabbage, Ib. 6c

Make your toast a very special salute to good cheer .. makeit Duz
Carrots, 2 for . 25cLarge pkg. -
a promise to yourself for more flavorful enjoymentfor

all next year. Resolve to enjoy golden, mellow \220i Emperor Grapes, 2 Ibs. 2Sc Pond's Facial; Tissue 17cD'Anjou

JAX Beer whenever the occasion calls for spark- Pears, 2 Ibs. 25c LYDIA' GREY DOESKIN

ling, delicious refreshment, and rememberthat
Red Skin Potatoes 2 Ibs 15c Tissue 2 for 33c
food knows finer
good no companion than JAX, about

the Drink of Friendship. Serve JAX, the our Sweet Potatoes, lb. lOc

great regional beverage, with meals. : v ; $100- amcmili Life Green Beans, 2 Ibs. 29c KARO SYRUP

Enjoy JAX often just by itself. Red Label Blue Label
Insurance Squash lb. .
Plan lOc

Charley E. Johns 5 'Jb s. can 60c


CIS 0 I L '. fjp /i'Ot//a PboM IS STAHKE, FXA

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''wa .1 1k j' 4 S. TO .R E FLORIDA

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At The TabernacleThe Methodist ChurchThe of a..sight-seeing tour. la unknown.You P. M. New York N. Y. Witness. my hand and official
Mrs. Dorothy Lee and son, are required. to appear on Yon are required to appear on seal at .Florida thla December -
arch News January 2111h. 194s! In the above January 6. 194.H In the above named 1artAi.: .
close of the old year found first Sunday of the New Maurice, of Flint, Mich., are returnIng named Court and nume, wherein Court and, cause wherein 1 plain (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Year will be observed by Holy to their home Friday IHKliitlff veeka .!lvo..'", llradford tiff I evoke divorce and rare, custody All Clerk of Bald Court
the Tabernacle group. gathered together County Telegraph shell J publish till and control of minor child. Brad By Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
Communion at both 11a. after a two-weeks visit with.Mrs. order In next tour weekly l.. .. ford
Hour" services mi ; County Telegraph shall publish J. C. Durrance, Law Exchange Bld<<..
to render thanks to Almighty Lee's Mr. Wetness my hand and. official this Order In next four weekly I". Jacksonville,
( m. an*7:30 p. m., in the First parents, and Mrs. John seal Florida. I
at Htarke. "'lo.ldlthl..
God for blessings of the 23rdof Atty. for Plf, 13-12: 4t 1-S
H. Parker sueit.Wltneaa
Methodist Church. The pastor and other relatives December, 1947. _
Be Heardy past year and to ask His continued OKKlCIAb. 8I:ALI .\. J. 'mv:. hand and official Real '
i Thomas
Rev. W. J. Churchwell announces Mrs Iva Bowden and daughter atIt..kll., .Florida this December iv (ciiin cot'trr. lilt %iiFoiin
care over them during the 11enIcrsun' "f enld t. 1941. ru.'f.Oltln.. I iv ell':'11*
Mornings that he will baptize babies at the Peggy, of. Macon. Ga., are I John J. KMII' t The service
coming In ,
year. was Florida
morning hour and will speak spending this week with her sis Aa Clerk of sold Court ( Gertrude Ilnaen Plaintiff,
Atty. for 1'lf.!
charge of the Laymen. 13-Ztl 4t t-l llv: Llirlllo C. Conner D. C. va, J. '-11'11&11: Haven Vet.ndant..Ca.eNo. .
Y r. the subject, "Facing Ahead." ter, Mrs. J. F.. 'Johnson.Mr. Chute. K less 204-OS Realty nulldIntr. 6179.
Sunday evening Rev. George F. I ('O1'T1'' .. Jacksonville. .
Otis I .mnuI f'\I ( 11.1N- 1I'lor'dlAlly. \. ORDER OF PUBLICATION
"This is the time for and Mrs. Lowman and
Tlbbitts brought another powerful us f.o l'1'ItYMaude tar Plf. 12-H 4t 1-8 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
begin to put our resolutions Into sons. Perry and 'Bobby, of Columbia WIlloiiKhby Abbott, Plaintiff STATE) OF FLORIDA tot J. Virgil
message on "The Holy Spirit", VH. Wilbur \VUI rd Abbott, U..f,n- iv CiRITIT' COI'HTI lilt \i>Fi>ni> Haven, whoa residence la: 404 Eye
using personal experiences to operation by attending church S. C.. have been guests at ....III. CB... No. 6300. ('OI'NTY. FLOIIIDVl IV CllFrank .\ Street Brunswick, Oenrgla.You .
services," the pastor stated. the home of Mr.- and Mrs. R. L. ORDER OF PUBLICATION ('11:1Y.. are required to appear on
show how the Holy Spirit worksIn AND NOTJ(') TO APPEAR Plxaollo.' Plaintiff va. Angel.Ins January. IS, 1948, In the above named
the lives of submissive Chris The evening service will be an Brown. STATE OF. lo'I.OU'10! : Wilbur Plxiullo, Defendant Case No. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
enjoyable occasion with the Mr and Mrs. James Broome Will turd. Abbott, whose residence 6180 seeks. annulment. Bradford
tians. Two special musical sing- la ORDER
num.bers unknown OF PUBLICATIONAND County Telegraph shall publish this
were heard during the evenIng Ing of familiar hymns and prayer and son of Orlando spent several You are required. to appear on NOTICE] TO APPEAR Order In next four weekly issues.
and praise service. days last week with Mrs.BrOome's January 19. lees In the above STATE OF FLORIDA tot Angel.Ins '. Wtlneea my: hand and official' aeal
named Court and cause. wherein. Plaiollo whose residence lai: at harks, Florida this December
Mr. and Mrs.
Young people meet at 6:15: for parents plaintiff seeks divorce and Unknown. 10, 1947.
January will be a month of D. W. .Johnson. I of .children Kradford County custody ToU-. You are Irdth': appear on (OFFICIAL sEClerk! A. said .
special treats and spiritual feastsat recreation and a snack, after graph shall inihli.h. this Order. January 12, 1948, above namad of Court.
Al Troester Evangelist of the In
a which an hour of devotion will be next four weekly issues. Court and came, wherein plaintiff By Luclllei C. Conner D. C
the Tabernacle, beginning on Chas. E. Fuller Foundation arrived Witness hand and seeks divorce. Bradford County Carlton A Drown, Law ExchangeBuild. :
tny official
the 4th next Sunday, with Dr. held. "Come fellowship with u." here Saturday from Phil- enl at Mtarke, "Florida this tIeeember Telegraph weekly this Order ., Jacksonville Florida. rBaB
In 1-8
four 12-1Z 4t
next Issues Attya. for Pit.
Prayer' and Praise Service Wednesday 18, 1S4T.
D. of Atlanta
Roger Congdon Pa. and Revival' Ser- (OFFICIAL
adelphia, SEAL) A. J. Thomas .
at 7:30 o'clock. -
Bible Institute Atlanta Ga. and evening : Aa Clerk
vices at sold Court.:
were opened on Sunday
the entire month cui.mlnatlng You will enjoy this fine fellow By Lucille. C. Conner, t). C. Phone 52-J
running the Christian Church sponsoredby Robert H Diincnn. 304 Lynch
with the National Executive ship. the Hampton Youth for Christ Pulldlnir, Jackaimvllle, Flu. ) Oy.DEF SERVICE
AnnouncementsBible Atlyn. for PIt 12-17 4t ..8 Mrs. Hortmann
Committee and
Meeting Movement. Good crowds are attending w. eo.Ow yea STO* "
Rally of the National Laymen's Story House will not meet nightly and an invitation IN riitnir roiiir. 11114nF'Ont)
until Jan. 13. J'IMVTI.: : FM IIID\| i\: CIIVN.Jottl'e -
Evangelistic Association. Members Tuesday, Is cordially extended to folks

from ten states have already The regular meeting of the Of. throughout the county to attend, {'rib).,. Plnlntlff v. Nella
Mae Irlbh, Defendant. CBMO No. Plate Lunches Regular Dinners
signified their Intention to attend flclal Board will be held Tuesday, these services. Special instrumental 9199.ORDER

the meeting and! haye written for Jan. 6, at 7:30: o'clock. Every music Is an added( attraction.Mr. AND NOTICn OF :PUBLICATION TO AFPKAIl;. Short OrdersSandwiches

hotel reservations and other delegates member' Is urged to be present.A Troester Is located at the STATE OF FLORIDA to:

have been heard from. meeting of the Church School home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams. and Nell, address Mae Crllih.In: !Route whose. 3, n>... 1'01'1 Soft Drinks

Watch for announcements of workers will be held Wednesday, way, Mouth Carolina

Dr. M. Yatesta these January services from timeto Jan. 7, at 7:30: o'clock for discussion Pfc David Brown returned last You are reimlred to appear on ;
Kyle January 19, 1944. In the above named .
time. of the fourth phase of week from several months overseas Court and cause, wherein plain QUICK SERVICE 1j

Dec. 26-"Divine Lighty the Crusade for Christ program. service in Japan and Okinawa tiff seeks dlvo...... Bradford County CLEAN ATMOSPHERE
Telegraph shall publish thla Order
Living" Is the theme of Baptist Church Every worker Is invited. and is spending his 30-day In next four weekly Inxuxa.

aptlst Hour" for 1948 to furlough at the home of his par. Witness my hand and official'
seal at Starke Florida this
d over station WJAX atM The Times In the light of the Christian ChurchRev. ents Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Brown. 1?, 194i. A&A LUNCHEONETTENEXT

.. each Sunday, January Bible will be the background for J. M. Dixon Cyril Plckren of Gainesville, Is (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomaa.., DOOR TO. PARK THEATRE

i March. Dr. Kyle M. Yates the messages thin Sunday by the the guest this week of Bert Hia- By I.lIcllleAC. Conner Clerk ,of).Raid C. Court. Bobby Odom Dub Rhoden

ton, Texas, opens the se- pastor of the First Baptist Churchof Sunday School-10 a. m. son, Jr.Mrs. T. Frank I-amlrum, Starke., Fla.

January 4, with the sub- Starke. Morning; Worship-11 a. m. Eliza Hall of Starke, spent Atty. for Plf. 13.17 4t 1.19

lth for Forty-Eight". It the first in the Evening Service-7:30: p. m. Thursday and Friday of last week iv: 'Id'IT (coriiT IIRADFOIIU
Sunday morning
ced by the Radio Com- series "January Journal of Jug Prayer Meeting Wednesday with her son-in-law and daughter (CFBtY'DUS'TY: FI.OItlUAl IN: CHAN.Clmrlea .

of the Southern Baptist gling of Jerusalem" will be 7:30: p. m.Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin M. Wil- John Steele, Plaintiff, va.
lion. Atlanta S. F. Lowe liams. Kathryn Fay 81..1... e.dant.
brought, with the morning subject Case No. 198.OHOEH '
Dr. Yates pastor of "To Whom Does . OF PUBLICATIONAND you saw it in LIFE
nd Baptist Church, Houa- C e e. e e e e e NOTICE( TO APPHAR. ,
Jerusalem Belong?" STATE OF "FLORIDA: Kathryn -
11 also be heard on the Fay Uteeln whose residence J
ing Sundays In January Sunday evening will be the Pine'.LevelBy 1 la Quartera III-A-9, llovernor'a In.
the final message by the pastoron By Mm. M. O. Sweeney land New York 4, N. Y.
ire-God to Man. "Re- You are required to appear on
e-Man to God" and the life of the Prodigal Re- e e e e e e Mrs.'..IL'' f. McRa January 19, 194S, In the sbnvlnamed !
stored God. The song serviceat Court and cause, wherein
Man to Man. by MRS. MAY KNTHRTAINS e e e e e e e eWe plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
7::30, with Mrs. Morse at the County Telegraph
in the series hall publish this
|r speakers Mrs. Claude L. May entertained are to report the Illness ,
Hammond Order In neat four weekly 111II".".
and Mrs. Mann at the
Dr. Casper C. Warren, piano the Ladles Council of the of our pastor's good wife Witness my hand and official b Y'h 1
will feature the singing enl at Htarlce, Florida ..
organ this O
ite N. C. Professor Char-
: Christian Church at her home
on Mrs. W. E. Hall. She is In the ce.nl.er Uth 1\141.\
]iborn. Waco, Texas; andd of your request hymns. Monday, Dec. 22. The Devotionalwas Glendale Hospital, Palatka. (OFFICIAL, SEAL! ) A. f. Thomas.

F. Adams, Richmond Sunday School meets at 9:45: led by Mrs. J. C. Wynn with Mrs. J. E. Murrhee and son, Fd'i By Lucille. Aa u. Conner Clerk ,of D.aald C Court.

krho will be heard in Feb. and Training Unions meet at 6:15: the Topic "Glory to God in the ward Hall, of Milliard and River" Mr Anderaon Ureen Cove) wand here it is!

and Dr. Duke K. McCall on Sunday evening. MidWeekservice Highest." During the business Hall of Jacksonville Beach are Springs. for Fin.Attya. Plf.. 11-17 4t l-" .
hville, Tenn., who speaks each Wednesday at 7:30: _
period, officers for the coming visiting Rev. Hall at Ma home
-"the sweetest hour of the week." iv Clllel'IT 'OI'ltT RIIADFORII
ch. year were elected, with Mrs. May He Is suffering with a cold. ('01 NTY, "" .cnuu" 1" CIIAV'C :
Mature of each program olaptlst The church door Is open. A Sweeney as President, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Conner *10:H VFrederick

Hour", according to warm welcome awaits all who, Frances Wadsworth, as combined and children, and Misses Vannle <'. Walters M. Walters Defendant, Plaintiff. Case va.Ilaiel .

Atlanta announcement, will "visit the church with the visitIng Secretary-Treasurer. Me m ben and Marian Crawford, all of No. 6190.

ivorlte hymn selected by a: pastor" exchanged Christmas gifts and Starke were dinner guests'of Mr. AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR

w being: conducted in the STATE OF FLORIDA to: Stases
the Ladles Council presented at and Mrs. B. M McRae and family
C. Waltera, whose residence la: ft28
and interestedark's
es among PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS this time a beautiful quilted house Sunday. Linden rrw ;, ,

rs. CHURCH coat as a gift to their Pastor's Misses Mary Lou Alvarez and vania.. .

10th..St.. and _Temple Ave. wife Mrs..Marjorla Dodd., ', Marlene Reddish of Vanderbilt January You are. 1948 required, In the to above appear nam.on

[ Episcopalday Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn and Miss Agnes Sweat of Orlando efl Court and cause, wherein plain
During the social period the tiff seeks. divorce. llradford County .
10:00 a. m. Church ling Worship 11 a m.; Evangelistic guests were invited into the din- were visiting Miss Gwendolyn Mc Telegraph shall publish this
11 a. m.. Holy Commun- Services 7:00: p. m. Everyonewelcome Order In next four weekly ImtieM.Wltneii .
Rae afternoon.We
Ing room, where a bountiful repast Sunday my' hand and official. r 1?

sermon. of salads cold meat cuta.pit's. are' glad to see H M. Mc deal at Htarke, Florida, this December ........

Rev. S. W. Creasey. -Rev. L. J. Price, Pastor coffee, hot chocolate and Rae back home again and Improving (OFFiCIAL 12, 1947.BEAD A. J. Thomas. '---J C --..'.-.....;"" .

salted nuts was ffi-ved on the : after spending several Aa ('Ie.k of aald Court. .-J Il' .
Ry Lucille C. Conner, D. cFlemlnir -
beautifully appointed table, with days in the Shadycrest HospitalIn : Jones Hrott A Bottit, ,.-

its main centerpiece a miniature Starke. liarnett. National P'ank Building, ..-'

B. Alvarez i&> Son replica of. the Manger Scene. Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae and Jaokaonvllle Attya. for Plf., Florida 12-17 4t 11iv i '

Favors of perfume and powderwere son Harley of Lake Butler are --

given with 1948 Date Book. spending the holidays with Owen's C11tvi'.'" roi'ifr.' IIIIAIIKOHD

lets. Mrs. May wall assisted in parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Me. ('Ot STY FLOIIIOAI iv: CHAN-: ., .. .' ,. .
l<:H Vllaie'l -
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[Transfer & Storage Co. serving by her daughter Sylvia. Rae.Mr. of .. Patrick' Dickinson Francis Connell Connell. Plaintiff.VB. Uefendant. -. -,- .. '--'-_...0.1... .

and Mrs. B. M. Myrlck Cane No. 6191 .
UIKTIIIIAY ,PARTY Waldo were visiting Mr. and Mrs ORDER OF PUBLICATION -
Phone 9105 Joyce Beale celebrated her ninth AND NOTICE TO APPKAK j
loving and.Stpragf H. M. McRae Friday of last week. !HTATM' ] OF FLORIDA toi Patrick .
birthday anniversary on Monday, Mrs. F. L. Conner Mrs. W. M. 10'rlUi('". Connell. whoa reHlilence -
Dec. 22, with a small party at IN: 111 Went. Kayvtte Street.
Wood and Rev. and Mrs Joe
Dis- L'onnelUvllle, PennHVlranln.I
We Operate Local and Long
the home of her ''grandparents Rnulerson, all of Jacksonville, You are repaired to appear. on
tance Anywhere In The State of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adklns. After were recent guests of their uncle Junnnry 19! 1V4H! In the above named -
Court and mime, wherein plaintiff
Florida. outdoor games, the little guests and aunt, Mr. and Mrs H. M.\ Mc : seeks divorce: and custody of N
enjoyed birthday cake, cocoa and minor child llradford. County

Iso Hauling Anywhere In Starke City Limits candies. Colored balloons were Rae.Mr* and Mrs. Barney Eggers Telegraph next four shall. weekly piiblluli l Huen.WltneMrt thla. OrderIn

given as favors. Mrs. Gerald and son Johnny were visiting relatives Meal at .Htnrke my hand Florida. and. this official' December
I Adkins assisted Mrs. Jim Adkins here Christmas day. 12. I147.!
in entertaining and serving. OFFICIAL SEA!.) A. J. Thomas,
I Clerk of mild. Court. 'L
Conner, D. C bodqs
llv Lucille C.
OW DOES YOUR n F i Mrs. Wiley Williamson and fara- COUNTY CKRT.Ktephen FLOHIIIAI iar CIIAV-: Fleming. Jones Hcott A llnttn FlCMUIYf/Y1rq/

Illy enjoyed the Christmas holidays KoroUhuk. plaintiff, vn. Barnett National Hank Ilulldlne
ATHROOM RATEPERSONALITY ; hI Ann Korolrhuk Defendant. Caae Jackdonvllle, Florida.
P with relatives at Welborn. No. 8209. Attya. for Plf. 12-17 4t 1-8

N Friends will be glad to hear ORDER OP. PUBLICATIONAND to
I ; NOTICE TO AI'PKAH iv rmri'iT coritT, 1tut20ini| ,
( i that Truby Slade was not seri BTATK OF FLORIDA to: Mm. C01'NTY, FLORIDA IV CIIAV-

a model of convenience and ously injured in the auto-truck Ann Clorolchuk, when re.ldence CKHYArthur Ranberry, Plaintiff, va. Bertha
utyf Are show It collision near Palatka on Tuesday and address In-: % Urlveth 41 East Mae. Raeberry, Defendant Case
you proud to / r Street Hartford, Conn. AMERICA'S FINEST ELECTRIC RANGEWith
I Dec. 23. An injured shoul You are required.. to appear onJanuary No. 6199. .
guests achieve both OF PUBLICATIONAND
26, 1>4D, In the above
der with minor bruises seemed to NOTir-R TO AI'PNAKM1'ATM
alms. sh Court and cauee, wherein plaintiff .
at a moderate Bertha
very : FLORIDA to:
be the extent of his severe shake- seeks divorce.\ Bradford OF residence In 11 great postwar Advancements, this brilliant
whom :
having modernize It with Mae Raaberry.
us County Telegraph shall publlnh thisOrder
% Mamie Haul. 91! Kerney Avenue, Automatic Range brings
Uty up.Mr. In next four weekly luxueaWltneee new Hotpolnt you
appohttmenti. and Mrs. Fred De a and my hand and official Jem .y City, N. J.
i a aB iM a 1'u.' seal at Htarke, Florida, this December You are required to appear on everything you've wanted In electric cooking I New
children of above
Plant City, spent several January 19. 1941 In the
e'To Three Years To Pay days last week here with relative ( 12 L 1941.OFFICIAL. SEAL) A..J. Thomas named Court seeks. and divorce.cause Bradford wherein. lifetime Calrod: heating units start faster cook

NO DOWN' PAYMENT! (' *. Ai Frank Clerk of I.andrum mid. Court.T Starke.. Fla. (County plaintiff Telegraph shall publish. thistrWitnessn4my more efficiently and-with a dual-service thrift-

Miss Wessle Pope returned to Atty. for fit._ U-Z tt 1." lhandwandyntrlelslseal cooking unit-the surface capacity is Increased 25%'.

her home in Gadaden. Ala. the Florida, thla December
at rltarke,
'hull Plumbing & Heating first of the week, after a brief I:*CO CIHCl'IT>ITTT.! FLORIDA COUNT. BRADFORD IN CHAK- OFFICIAL 18.. 1947.E A. J. Thomai, New sealed-heat oven gives more oven space plus
cHHv.Men. lark distributed heat for better cooking
visit with friends and relatives Morgan Plaintiff va. Edward A a of enM' Court.By evenly

5 Temple Ave. STARKE, FLORIDA Phone 144 here.Pfc Morgan ORDER Defendant.OF PUBLICATIONAND Case No. (212. (Charle Lucille It. C.Hea Conner. 204-04 D. C.Guaranty results. Improved broiler cooks steaks for 10 persons

Richard D. May, of Camp NOTrr-H TO APPEAR (Life Bid- Jackaonvllle 12-U Fla. 4t 1.8. In 10 minutes. Hotpoint Ranges stay cleaner: and
Lee, Va., arrived Christmas Day STATE OF FLORIDA to EH wardMoriran Atty. for Plf. _
whose residence and address are easier to clean. Accurate automatic timer
.j on a ten day furlough visit with last known la % IV riRCtlT COI HT, DRAUrOnlJ
ik---: his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Delivery, Georgetown South General Carolina. COI-ITY.' FLOHIWtl IV tHVColllne permits you to cook entire meals while you are

REASONABLEcharges May.Mrs. I .You. are required to appear on 0rben Mary( Rri..n Odell' Collins I ,, Plaintiff Defendant VII. away. See these great new features in Hotpolnt. ,
Blanche Vandivlere and January 26th 149, In the above
attended with the finest of named. Court and cause, wherein Case No. 0178.ORDER world's leading electric range at...
on. Pltner, of St. Petersburg seeks dlv"...*. Bradford OF PUBLICATION .
sincere bring to the friendship Plaintiff IpU.S.,.r.Off.
Serving us were Christmas Eve supper guestsof Telegraph shall puhllah thlaOrrtVr AND NOTICE TO APPEAR!:

of the great communities whichwe Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Alderman. Witness In next my. four band weekly and official l...uee.' O.STAT O. Colllne OF !39241819 FLORIDA whose t." II.M..I.rest. -- ., .. .... ...-- ... .. ,.. ,

c ,.serve* Christmas Day the Alderman fam-, of seal December at Htarfce 194T.. Florida, this 23rr1 Constabulary d..nc. and d'Ngdp A."P.OT403 Car.Beware ht. MODEL nclOAUISTOCRAT-
ily were dinner guests of Mrs. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas .
EoDEWITT C. W. Alderman In Starke. I' Aa Clerk of said. Court. AS ILLUSTRATED!
John J. flenderaon, Eaq: fit. Auffimtlne Coughsfrom
Mrs. H. B. Wiggins. Joe Wig. Florida.

gins Mrs. Geo. Williams and I Atty. for Plf. l2 C. JONES common colds
Howell Williams spent Sunday
!STARKE PHONE 7 1 iv ciHcrrr corHT. HR 6OF0ROouVTYI
visiting In Jacksonville ( PI.OR1DAI IV tHA\- That On OTHER MODELS FROM 1 119.75
AMBULANCE SERVICE Mrs. Theo Simmons and little, CRHY.; .
Wllford'ruy; Btrutton, Plaintiff va.Jnnephlne
Funeral Director daughter, Carolyn Anne, of Jack MtuY on., Defend ant. Creomulston relieves promptly because -

sonville spent several days last ( "ORDER illp'' "PUBLICATION it goes h ephtlooseen seat of the
week with Mr. and Mrs. M. L. trouble to and expel l
Our local funeral home enables us to AND NOTIfK phlegm
and aid nature
OF FLORIDA to: June. lade .
STATE germ
offer conveniences and services not Watterson and family. f hlne Btrutton. whose residence to soothe and heal raw tender. In. SERVICE
otherwise ai.aitable.e Mr. and Mrs. Olen t* Beden- flamed bronchial druggist memobranes.
baugh and small son, Larry df .Tell your to 9. you
_&I with the un-
Iii of Creomulslon
DeLand. enjoyed the holiday 1iI a bottle
furnish the hlghe.: type service at the lowest price a4t with relatives here.Mrs. q iicckllyillsyithe cough like or the you wa areto "Starke's Only Hot Point Dealer"

f> ANY life tawramee policy \D( force. Issued by ANY corny. :! Ola M. Perkins Is spend- have your money back.CREOMULSION.

j> aa payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation ing this week in New Orleans. f ra''i.oe 222-221 Temple Avenue Starke, I'la" .

no obllptkla.Y La, and other points of Interest
; f orCou chs,Chest Colds,Bfonchltu
In the Southern States, as part +ll 6 s9aw

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of fats and oils. [r comfort for the driver Fred Andrews

? Merchants ,To Map Fine Steers Exhibited Here ., Because of the tremendous damage Seat width hall been Increasedto Pay,|

wrought by the last war, reconstruction ,. 57 1-4 Inches to permit three Qualifying Fees I
Holiday ClosingAt has been relativelyslow large men to ride without crowd- As Senate CandijJm

C of C MeetingThe and many nations ,will lack Ing. The chair-height seats provide -

equipment and materials reorganize leg support under, the knees J r
Merchants Division of the and produce fats and oils and can be adjusted seven Inches. r'aS.

Starke Chamber of Commer: will as they did before ,the war The natural back support also is .

,meet In the courthouse Monday "The imperative need to save :adjustable for maximum comfort.
night at 7:30: o'clock for the purpose every drop of used kitchen tats 1 The seat cushion utilizes air In

' of adopting a schedule of cannot be over-emphasized In .combination with coil springs to

"' holiday closing for the new year, view of these world conditions," provide comfort. A hand control

;CP 1918. the American Fat Salvage Com allows the driver to adjust cushion -

Considerable confusion has resulted i mittee says'"Used kitchen grease buoyancy to his weight or

Y' among merchants. here ,in can take the place of critically road conditions

!,4 the past few yearn because there needed food fats. Used kitchen i Comfort in any season or weather -

1 was no definite policy/ of closingfor fats are processed for Industrial Is provided by an all-weather
the various holidays and it has :use and augment overall world heating and ventilating'system

been necessary each: time for supplies of tats and oils. .Every which is an ingenious combinationof /

someone to take a. poll and see American woman can make an truck heater, defroster vents,
whether the majority was In favor Important contribution to the vent windows, cowl ventilator, t "r% H

of closing or not. world supply of tats ,and oils if and fresh air Intake. ;<

It ii hoped that the new schedule she regards salvaging of Used De luxe ana custom cabs have

If adopted, will eliminate L fate as an indispensable .part of wlfat Is termed 350-degree vi
this confunion j and all merchants regular cooking routine." sion" through''' Increased glass

are urged to attend the meeting __ Dr. Fitzgerald sums up the' job area and Installation of rear quarter i''
and take 'part in the, discusnlon. that 'salvaged used kitchen fats windows. Windshields and bL"

.Tourist ClubA What the young FFA, and 4-II Club members are doing to help Improve the'cattle; Industry In I can do., "There are many more windows of the new "f'llot-House" ; .1

general meeting of the Chamber Bradford County, Is graphically shown In these picture, taken' 'on 'the courthouse 'lawn Satunday before i mouths to feed and a tremendousJob cabs are higher and wider adding
: will also be held Monday I118t. of (reconstruction and rehabilitation to vision and safety. Driverscan Representative G, Fred I Idrews
night for the purpose of advancing to be done. .In the enter leave the conventional of Lake Butler wee|
Shown above are seven purebred' Hereford's, totaling around iK6,000 pounds ;and valued at approximately or Tallahassee'' ,
plans for the proposed Tourist face of, the' great world-wide cab easily from either side Tuesday and
Club' In Starke.. MembershipIn $2,700 "on the hoof". : the office of R. A. Gray,
of fats and oils It Is
shortage since the shift
the organization will not be At left In Maurice Edwards Jr with the steer which her Is,fattss.Ing.for the,OWa'Jtthow.: Maurice gear emerge tary.of State, ,to pay his
obviously necessary to, conserve break levers have been moved q
confined to.tourlsta. only, but will has high hopes that he will be "..rand champion"w' f *lf'ftl': ..t ,*' ST V. ,. : every ,possible pound of used forward to give clear floor Ingfees as a candidate fore

be open to townspeople also. It All other steers shown belong to Charles Lawson '(hatleW'boy'-'at h :,Jdght.;ot.Cart jfSvlththe; eaeeption fats. .. space from door' to door. nation and election to thei

Is proponed that a program of of third from left, which belongs to Ills sister:, ,Agneci.ayl 1 Dose Ixw' '{;ii' |J l',' h' Conventional models can be road of State Senator-for the Fit
entertainment be prepared for the Senatorial District,
New Dodge Trucks serviced from the left'side as the comp
benefit'! of tourists, and the Chamber ,, 1 Bradford and Union Count!
fuel tank, oil filler radiator filler
of Commerce will soon have e e '
On Display Soon. 'Representative, Andrews
and battery are so located.
shuffleboard courts constructed !
several Union ,County citizens during!
on the 'courthouse lawn At Roberts MotorsA Dodge has seven different engines 1943, 1943: and 1947 session

as the first step in this direc to handle the power require the Legislature and was a :
tion. completely new line of Dodge"lobRated" ments of its new line.. Numerous ber ,of ,the Agriculture Bud

W. H. Nollman Is. serving as trucks comprising engine improvements have been and Loan; Finance and Taxatj,
temporary chairman to help per .A 248 basic'challsls models ranging made.. State Welfare and Taxation;,{
from 4250 to 23,000 pounds
fect the organization of the Tourist gross Braking systems are larger and State Prison and Convict COm:
vehicle weight and 40,000
Club.USO. up Improved. Front and rear axles tees, and' assures the citizen!I
pounds gross train weight was announced
have increased load-carrying ca the Fifteenth District that hi!
last week by L. F. Van-
Building Nortwick Director of Truck pacity. Front springs are longer. oppose all sales tax, and other{
Radiator cores have been redesigned legislative mea sures in trod
Closed Wiiile Floor Sales of the Dodge Division,
to facilitate better cooling during the 1949, 1951 legr. .
Chrysler Corporation, ,
Being RefinishedThe Mich. Exceptional improvements have session, if elected State SwittJ,
been made !in frame construction. '
By Act of the Legislature,:
Some models of the new trucks
USO building will not be sion of,. 1921, Bradford Co
open tonight (Friday) for the will be on display starting January Wainwright Seeks was divided and Union Co
7 by J. P. Roberts MotorsIn
recreation activities
weekly teen-age created and since the dlv:
Mrs. Ruby Johns, PTA Starke. Reelection To the election of State Senator J

Recreation 'Com ml tie Chairman, A combination of massive Legislative PostRepresentative alternated each term betweentwo 1

stated Tuesday. She explainedthat strength and smoothly flowing counties, Rep. Andrews s\\
the auditorium floor Is being 3 lines is the keynote of styling for ed.

refinished this week and,will not the new trucks They were designed -

be dry enough for use tonight. to combine appearancewith .

Mrs. Johns said the Friday night comfort, safety, performance,
party will be held: as usual next economy and ease of handling. ," W. C.T.U
week, January 9, and all teenagers Pictured above with their Brahma calve; which they'wUI exhibit at the Braluna show In Ocala Front axles have been moved .+ .

are invited to come and participate this month ale two Brooker youths. Jimmy Haml1ton'.(left). and N. O. Hayes ft. '(rlg.t! ). back and engines have been moved x r+

In the games, dancing and forward to place more of the i ix A 'SUGGESTED SL ,Gj
refreshments. gross weight on the front axle and FOR 1948A

RURAL COMMONSENSE provide belle weight; distribu cleaner, ,finer moral I
tion. The wheelbase for conventional Biosphere for boy and

AUTOMOBILE models through the 2-ton of Starke. Florida, the Na

LIABILITY INSURANCE has been reduced eight inches, and ,the World.
while the 2 1.2 and 3-ton models May we have your coop
Although not compulsory )It I* CONTINUE TO BE VITALTO
have been reduced six inches. The tlon.
much safer to carry Liability WORLD FAT SUPPLY
Insurance. I represent only old new trucks have been engineeredso r (Slgnt'd-Thc Laura
line, reliable stock companies.Your Sr With the ,wa ilJ more than two that despite the Shorter wheelbase W.C.T.U.

business will,ba appreci years'gone;- 'one jivould, think that the cab-to-axle dimensions a N, D.o.:;Wainwright '...
remain practically
ated. the need for used fats and oils Jr., a member of the; 1945-
it to the
making possible use
129 W.' Cull: Street would abate- f disappear. But I same length bodies as before. 47 House Representatives from
Oppotilti>Bradford Co. Telegraph I Office Supplies
i 'Phone 151: such' '.is :not heCcase.. ,The, need I New ease of handling and driveingf Bradford County, ,yesterday announced -

for used_ fats. Is_Btlll, urgent,. we her been provided by,, the I '' that he ','would 'seek reelection

N. D. Wainwright, Jr. are told. Here's why.A shorter>wheelbase and wider tread to,this office.In -.
front axle, together with cross
world population Increase of i announcing; his'I Intention Mr.
_,_ _,_ steering wheel Is greatly reduc- #
"- ----- 200 mll1lon"'peopre Wainwright stated .
equal to the I on all conventional cab models. I : "Having had
number '6f the honor and privilege of servo J.i
persons In alt of North The cross steering permits a 37-
America, has been''added since degree turning angle both right ing the citizens of Bradford Coun- \

CARPENTER'Sr the first world war,,reports D. A. and left. Drivers now can parkor ty during the past two sessions

dAgnes Fitzgerald, Secretary-General of' back into alleys or up to load of the Florida Legislature and
the International Emergency Food' ing platforms with much greaterease. having made friendships with the
Council. This many more peopleto 'I' Road shock through the members of the Legislature as
E be fed makes; world-wide well aa with the'various Cabinet
;,tle. xtrcerlng wheel la greatly 'reduced
Lawson. diminutive 12-year-old! dau&fatt'I4)''pattieman shortage of "f' fitag'nn'u oI: pila .even I by the cross steering, which and Department heads> jat Florida,
H. A. Laxvson. In pictured; with her 1000-ll. IIl'reto-d.: :Sk .t':.?, ,Agnes, more:acut&* ftMTittgerald: also has the drag link running parallel I feel that I am in a better posi-

an enthusiastic Club member" sold her I beloved!hor fiSloout: : In lists '- d/mage,and slow with, the front axle. tion to represent the people thanI

order to buy the steer. In spite of the fact that ahe weighs only 47 reconstruction' as''among the chief Standard, de luxe and custom was when first elected to this .

pounds on cwnipaVri: with Skevter'a 1000. he "broke""the steer ,! reasons ,for the.ecrrentworld cabs provide more room, more office."I .

1 herself. ,'and tends to him still without help from anyone, handlingthe shortage of nearly billion\ pounds visibility, more safety, and more have worked hard and faith. Bradford CounljTelegraph )]

bulky animal like a veteran: cattleman. fully for the interests of our

Do You Know What a Farm Wife Is County, as well as for the entire

Effective Control waste and contaminate many State, and will be glad to continueto

t PRESCRIPTION PHARMACIST For CommunityWideCommunitywide Rats Must Be times greater population more.than that Florida its is human undoubtedly has popula a rat [ Worth? :569,000,. Economist. StatesiB 1 past-in serve the future my people as I have as faithfully in the 128. ",. Call Phone 29 j

tlonr-rodent pests which produce '
rat control nothing but MORE' RATS, DESTRUCTION IRA have electrical devices comparable to1
1 Phone 61 STARKE rejects will not only conserve DISEASE and Farm Electrification Bureau those which help shorten and Ugh teal "Why Not Enjoy The.

1 On-the-Minit Service I vast amounts of badlyneededgrain DEATH. Why should we tolerate Too often the farmer dots not eon the farm Minnesota production chores. And that Bestt"e
i .1 and other food-stuffs to this terrific loss which can alder biB wife a. a full-time partnerin way to treat a economist 189.000 says. Is no
...... -,-..gypi feed starving Europe but will also be greatly reduced with organized hit business. H* recognises, and InvestmentTrue
appreciate, her there are DO place In the
ability to cook,
effort It I rear
save Florida farmers and just good businessand the children satisfactorily, dim farm home for such electrical equip'
= =
I townspeople: many thousands of good farm practice to get rid mend and wash the family' clothing. cent a* a grain elevator, hammer*' .
dollars per,year. of them. Since rata travel from how boutrusing, But. SUPtHOI BOTTUO OAg SOMCICooking
I. v*, [.. Johnson Rodent Control farm to farm and In towns from home electricityeIn the ,
PRICESREDUCED building to building, the most effective for refrigeration, laundering
Specialist. University of Florida Ironing cleaning coffee Heating Refrigeration
i making and
way to get rid of'them is
Extension Service, points out that other household chores
probably the easiest and most on a community basis, with the An electric refrigerator FOR SERVICE CALL.
practical way to conserve food use e* poisoned bait u i food fresh and,crisp eliminating keep the E. T. Shull Plumbing & Heating:

FROM (and feed for livestock and poultry Red Squill, a demonstrated tried cost and trouble involved in. using LOCAL AGENT PHONE 144
in to kill off the rats around our and true rat poison will get rid u pI1 Ice for refrigeration purpose Farm
farms and houses In wives spend an average of 77 hour
ban areas. dwelling ur- of them i if used properly. It has per week la the kitchen-time which Central Florida Gas & Applicant; .
15 the vIrtue of being practically ca be reduced from :m to 3 bout:
% Rats waste more food productsIn harmless to all other animals I1 M- Y daily through the use of electric 3752 Trenton Fla.
the United States each ;yearthan and range and cookers. Because these
to 30 200.000 farmers can produce. human beings and Is deadly to cooking aids are equipped with auto. ..

Besides eating about 00 pounds rats. In aggrevated cases there food made In features It 1* possible To place

ON ALL of feed per year per rat. they Is' a new poison known as 1080 leave the them kitchen set" until the controls the meal and I* CONCRETE BLOCKS READY MIXED CONCRETE

developed by the, 17.,,S. Fish and I ready to servo. SASH DOORS PAINT HARDWABE

RadiosElectric Wildlife Service which,: may be I i Correspondence 4r
NOW woman on unelectrlfled
farm car Host
used. Application because of its, tied 4% ton of water and
Irons I a pleasure with aniNKOORAPI' extreme toxicity must be by one 97 hours to wash *4 of a worked ton of Everything ANNIS I Try r.
who Is authorized to use it. Mr.i clothes during a I.week teat period.
Electric Heaters Johnson Assistant District Agent,! After a water pressure system and To For Those
'ENcH POIII1ID FOUIIWII 'E. Fish available and to Wildlife Service; 14 washed a machine similar were amount Installed of clothes she BuildRepaln BUILDING SUPPLIES Hard
supervise organized during 13
j more Your writing can be done rat' control projects and demonstrate WHEN: .&:o'O&DlO"'ru.a aakM tree electricity pumped weeks tn the 33 water.hours,When and I IXC. To Get
.a.dJ'-th. kk the use of 1080.., u. It comes to cl'.IIIO-the 1036-101
solid col4 round, smooth hasn't broom W. Main St., SonthGainesville
CHARLES C. 'I ball-like point glide* It Is Important that all baiting tend the garden and Make care of the challenge been the Invented efficiency which will Or Florida ItemsRemodel
over with be done at the and tune
paper the tame time to Insure poultry.But ._ and labor-saving ,
smoothness of a soft complete coverage. what he qualities of a vac PHONE '
SHEPHERDAt County ma, overlook I* that uum cleaner 217 218P.
lead pencil. Agents! have Information the um total of ma wife's
on how household A farm ; O. Box 62
I, /'...,..1...11er'n to organize community rat con and farm duties, plus her advice and make a greater wife with tree time, can
i, aifli trol projects! and will be glad to counsel, makes her worth $60000 to community. She can to ber
Station her participate
Service husband
J Gays work during the coup. bust- actively to more VISIT OUR
with all PTA NEW
; agricultural interests ness lifetime, activities be a bet RESTAURANT
according to
Bradford and others in this nation- mud oj a Minnesota University studies ter fuller homemaker and enjoy life to a L MEET AND EAT AT ROY'S

County Telegraph wide program of saving grain and e cqiiumisL Thousand of farm wives relieve extent ber of if performing"electrical helpers" Good Food Sod Fountain
: work! time
other food products. approximately Ill hour consuming *
wee.-often ecIUft11.7 da per not household. chore wsjv to old fashioned Rest Rooms For Your CoavealeaeePAGE


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