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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 6, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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With Colonel. Bradford -- j i

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I n the lookout for anything ,new along Call Street, the i

eye was easily caught this week by those formidable ,

I'S that members of our City police force are Jauntily


se" days Official Publication
County
Established 2877
me that I remember Starke's old-time Chief of Police,

could'be about that) "
billy (though I wrong -- -
carrying a VOLUME SEVENTY STAKKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1948 NVMBKJt. FOURTEEN
the traditional stick has been shelved in recent yearsen

along Call Street called for a bit oJ I ,

Here's reappearance what the Colonel found out by "nosln' around": Farm BureauTo n Tourist ClubOrganiz Everett CrewsIn duPont G olo stDesribes

Jvs (or shillalahs. as Father O'Dowd would probablly call California Mining

to the department by Joe Arnold. After spend- I


L lieutenant presented the New, Joe York thinks City a policeman police force without, retiring a billy in 1941 Is al-as Discuss New d WithS2Members ; Process To Be Used For Ilmenite


li Damon without Pythias eir even ham without,eggs. ri :j

Convinced that Starke's Christmas Eve affray, in whichre Store TonightMatters Harry B. Cannon, geologist with

Injured and one killed, would never have been such a Board To Restrict the E. t. duPont de Nemours Co.,

of Wilmington, Dela., was guest
had been equipped with billies. ConseUtainea Issuance Of
She force
relative to the new Organization a Tourist Club, speaker at the Rotary Club Wed-

six regulation New York shillalahs and presented store being constructed by the with 92 charter members, was Beer LicensesA nesday, describing briefly the process -

e local police department last Saturday. Bradford County Farm Bureau on perfected at an enthusiastic meeting of mining and separating the

U Ebb Thornton says that to the best of his knowledge Washington Street will be discussed in the Woman's Club build resolution abolishing the sale limonite ore that will be carriedon

time the force has carried such "law enforcers". "They're at an important meeting of Ing Monday night. The club will\ of beer within specified distances In the company's proposed op

n" Blackjacks," he added. the organization In the courthouse meet each Tuesday night at 7:30: from churches or schools, and eration on state-leased lands' at

| billies aren't the only factor contributing to the "new tonight (Friday) at 7:30: o'clock, o'clock for business and recrea authorization for Courthouse electrical Camp Blandlng,

[e New uniforms are the order of the day, according to an announcementthis tion. e,t improvements were passed Around 25,000 tons of sand will

he city furnishing police. all the trappings, as it did last year, and week by W. M. Edwards, sec Mrs. Junius
tlty retary. president of the new organization at Its meeting Monday in dredge operating In a dugoutlake
was evident Monday morning. the courthouse.The the stated. The
S8 geologist:
match the The new $3.000 structure Is beIng ; Mrs. J. :\W. Klncald. Vice
to
of the town police
fcefs dress the rest up Board also agreed to per ore will first go through the wet
built for the President Miss ,
Bureau Stump
on : Evelyn
t and be ready for the Influx (we hope) of tourists. property mit the City of Starke to move mill where it will be separated
at the intersection of WashIngton Secretary, and Chas. S. Partin,
the fence on the Went side of from the quarts sand and henceto
and Cherry Streets recently Secretary. The Board of Directors
the old county jail tallow the mill where the Hmenite
Jthe curtain was rung down the first of the month on an- purchased by the organization will consist of these officers property dry
for widening the and other minerals will
space heavy
Ing season and Bradford County gun-sllngers have given for $750 from T. Frank Land rum and the following other members:
street. The work is without cost finally be segregated. by static
ort of themselves, In spite of being somewhat hampered and Dr. 1', W Brownlee. The Mrs. E. V. >Charbonneau, Robert to the county. and magnetic separators.
32x69 half Metzger. and W. H. Nollman.
we've been experiencing. building, about complete
t weather After the finished
separation,
The resolution tha
fcundy seems to be about the county's most avid hunter, Is of concrete block con- In the 'keynote address, A. J. Everett Crews, Seaman 2-c, U. sale of beer provided concerning that "appll- llmenlte will be shipped to the
Clerk of the Circuit
Thomas
truction.. S. Navy, has returned to the San
averaged two days a week in the field, straight duPont at Wilmington
hat he atlon for retail beer dealer's 11- pigment plants
out that the
Court, pointed pri Diego, Calif., Naval station afte'njuying
|As far as quail are concerned, the season, he reports,'WIlS According to present plans the of the organization tenses for dealers doing business Dela. and Baltimore,
mary purpose a recent furlough with
business will be Ardel
Charlie Darby says he couldn't make the twice-a-week managed by will be to be of service to "our his mother Mrs. Bertha Crews of within 2300: feet of achurch or Md., Cannon stated. The corn.pany's
Crosby, vice president of the school be outside of goal II 100.000 tons annually -
averaged one hunt every seven days and the season waa, visitors and homefolks" In getting Jacksonville formerly of Law- disapproved
Farm Bureau, and will handle a
|nlon the best In 15 years. Titus Olson filed a complaintthe to know one another and to provide a municipality or 300 feet withinan from Its Blandlng opera-
general line'of farmers' supplies, tel.He tion which It hopes to have In
high water In the woods, but managed to bag plenty including feed, seed fertilizer, a program of wholesome entertainment ii a former member of the incorporated municipality.
A. W Masters was awarded, production by the first of next
few dove, three ducks, and a goose. crate material, hardware, another for all. Tornado football squad, and would contract for the construction ofa year.

Lilly the most fantastic story to come out of the hunting equipment. Mr. Crosby believes The meeting was presided over enjoy !hearing from any of his new electrical lead In the County Since duPont Is not Interested

[ that told by Jovial Pete Alderman, caretaker at the Keyy that it will be ready to by W. H. Nollman as temporary friends at the following address: Courthouse. His bid, the only; in the actual process of mining,

Airfield. Pete vows he went fishing one morning, going open for business around March chairman. The Constitution and 12-c Everett Crews 808-17-47, one submitted, was for SU .2t. this operation will probably be

and on his way home fired one shell, and that nights 1. By-laws were adopted as presented Radioman( School( Clans 7-48! Clerk of the Court A. J. Thomas contracted to some other company -

credit the fish, a fox squirrel, and 13 quail! The Bureau plans to benefit Its I by a committee\ composed ofMr's. USNTC, San Diego 33, Calif. explained that the present lead In as yet unannounced, Can-
J. W.i, Klncald. Miss Evelyn
e i you're just about to call the Old Colonel, as well as Pete, members, and other farmers, by I the courthouse Is the one origin non said. Around 200 employes
In for Stump ,and Guy ;Andrews. In and that the increased will be required for the operation,
I'd liar, let me hasten to explain the quail. Pete's quarters purchasing large quantities Oil Dealers Fear ally use

f near an old abandoned hangar at the air field. The ends resale at a price somewhat lower Councilman Junius M. Smith electrical load makes a new lead as planned at present, and most

than the prevailing retail markup expressed a word of welcome In necessary.The of this number .will be unskilled
Structure all windows, and on this
are practically glass remaining at the end behalf of Mayor H. C. Wall who labor which will be hired locally.(
Any profit Board approved the
glass I Soon
application
and 13
of flew head-on Into that ,
quail Shortage
day a covey could not attend the meeting because
of the year, after expenses have I I ( of William W Parker The disruption of foreign source!
{fell to the ground, their flying days ended forever.
of Illness
been paid, will be divided among. for a retail beer dealer's license of supply Instigated tho company's

1,in't mind haying a job near that hangar myself -, would members of the Bureau, Mr.; I Hans Walker made an enthusiastic If there's anything to the and disapproved a similar appll search for domestic deposits oflmenite

Crosby stated speech In which he pointedout Groundhog Day superstition cation by Russell Eberlee. Cannon explained. This

All farmers are urged to attend that Starke Is the largest then Bradford Countlan: In common I Member! present at Monday'sBoard ( ; search, which began In the spring;

J. A. Sauls Retires tonight's meeting and learn town between Brunswick, Ga., with millions of others along [ meeting were: M. O. liar- of 1043, was first carried on In

Buildings the complete details of the proposed and Ocala, Fla., along U. S. 301, the Eastern Seaboard, have a lcd roll, I'. D. Reddish, E. L. Craw- coastal waters and beach areas

After 43 Years .,.., operation of the store and that the city should make a shivering to do between now Ford, and J. L. Wynn. without revealing deposits extensive ,
determined effort to "hold" some of March. or rich enough to Interest I
Of! Railroading and the middle '
br Way Hereto of the thousands of tourists who For Mr. Groundhog definitely) the: company, the' geologist aald.
Patten Named Head Arch Thomas Jr.
will pass through Starke over saw his shadow Monday which, Knowing that Trail Ridge, startIng -

Of Annual Red Cross this route. as some old-timers still Insist, Graduates Saturday In South Georgia and running -

(its for ,good-sized Drive Brief talks:::vere also made by means 'six more' weeks of cole Law School down through the Kingsley

and to resateral small Fund M SU.--! '*.i .Raising I **- "* Rep..N. D. Waiftwrlght, Jr.r Father before the official advent. 'of From Laks.: area" WM once an ancient
i'i'n' "' ,wfmrv the rest" of Florida
cbi.wer C49uet! beach;
pro) c K Green, ,,
Guy Andrews, chairman of the O'Dowd, Mrs]! R. A. president spring
:ty In January City Clerk .4r,; Bradford Cdunty Red Cross Chapter of the Woman's Club, and Local fuel oil distributors gloomily had not yet risen from the sea
the search eventually led to this
fru said this week. announced this week that O. the newly elected officers. shake their heads and hOp
section and the resulting discovery
permit to build a 12,500 L.: Patten: Starke attorney, has; Duets were sung by Miss Gar that this season will be the exception of) economic ore, Cannon stated.

| block building on Church been named chairman of the annual ni ta Hutto and G. S. Newcomb, that proves the rule, for' Describing the Trail Ridge ore

"hind Koch's Drug Store, fund-raising campaign which accompanied at the piano by Mrs, If r the weather does not show adefinlts the lowest grade yet to be
as
ued to E: for the better, their
| K. Perryman, will be conducted during March. Klncald. turn mined, the duPont geologist said
Judge, on January 19. stock of fuel oil will not last
Mr. Patten, Mrs. W. R. Morse, Refreshments of doughnuts and that new and more efficient methods -
-atory 25x53 foot struc- out tills month and as for,
executive secretary of the chapter coffee were served In the< social of operation may enable the
I listed for use, as an of- March they'd rather not think
and Mrs. E. R. Shafer. member period following the meeting. company to "break even" and
he building Is well on its I that far ahead.A I
of the executive board from assure itself of a domestic sourceof
I completion.arm lot of different opinions are
attended the regional I ilmenite for of Its
Hampton, Lawtey-State Farm short production
advanced( to explain the ,
Bureau received per ar fund raising meeting in Gainesville titanium pigment, so much In de-
January 29 to construct S. :is : last Friday. Road Searches ages. Some( blame It all on the:. mand.
Is the
Another factor
store strikes.
and warehouse on The campaign planning meetIng MadeTax to The heavy minerals now concentrated -
ner of Washington and Now Being seeming lack of "bottoms"
Streets near the SAL was held In the Red Cross offices transport oil to the East; and I In Trail Ridge wereriginally

The here Thursday night, and Assessor E. W. Hayes says then too, there Is the fact that brought down( by
warehouse Is to be
tory 60x32 foot building was attended by Miss Jewel that some misunderstanding has more and more people each year. streams from eroding rocks In the

fed of Graves general field representative resulted from a call for bids now are converting to oil because othe Piedmont Plateau of North Alabama -

'tal concrete blocks: of the southeastern area. Detailed being published by the State Road convenience and comparative Georgia, and the Carolinas,
roof. A. D. I is
:
Crosby Forty-three years and nine plans for conducting the, Department and which does not Other contributing Cannon; stated.( They were carried -
economy.
I* manager of the project. months of continuous service for campaign will be announced In' include the Lawtey-State Farm causes! are said tc bo Russian Into the Gulf and eventually

emit] was Issued to Leon the Seaboard Air Line ended for the near future.. I I bound oil shipments, and the luck: deposited by wave-action along

PO January 28 for a 12x18! J. A. Sauls (above) on January; II I road.Mr.. Hayes explains that the of r steel with which to repair an Trail Ridge which was In a pant
Arch Thomas, Jr., of Circuit the first portion of
I son geological era
I'lditlon tG his building on 1 5 when ha retired from active Local 'Gray Ladies'Entertain survey has been completed on this build refineries.
Court Clerk A. J. Thomas Florida to arise from the a'a.
Rll\ Street. duty with the company. road and that he is now making Ont local agent said he had
The $300 all- Men From of Starke, will receive tho degreeof It Is possible that eventually anew
addition la for Mr. Sauls was reared In Ala- the search on the 48 parcels of been notified by his company that
use as a Bachelor of Laws from the and better source of paint
Broom for J. D. Doyle's dry chua County and began working Lake City Hospital land Involved In the right of way. If the Marshall Plan of Europeanaid
midterm
be discovered
would University of Florida at it's pigments might
bridge When this work Is completed In Congress, there
a;; plant which Is for the Seaboard as a passed
expected commencement exercises to Cannon' said, but It Is likely that
I'Py' the building. helper in May, 1904, at the age Fifteen patients from the Lake about three weeks, the abstracts be no more shipments of oil Incans
7, there will be ever-In-
be held Saturday, February even so an
of 22. At tae time of his retirement City veterans hospital enjoyed a will be sent to the Road Department The can would be diverted

he was' a bridge foreman. picnic Wednesday at the home of and deed should be ready to Europe. While at the University, young creasing demand for the titanium

fey Strong Sale Now that he has plenty of Mr*. J. S. Rose on Kingsley Lake! for signing about March 1, Mr. "It's a peculiar situation," said Thomas participated in a number minerals because of their aa yet

Saturday time on his hands, Mr. Sauls in Hostesses on this occasion were Hayes said. K.: G. Duncan, agent for Standard of extra-curricular student activi undeveloped use In the production -
of titanium metal and other
tends to develop his hobby Mr!. Rose, her sister, Miss Helen After this. the Department will\ 011. "We dealers make our ties. lie wan Dance Chairman

ley Strong's big 20 percent chemical gardening Into almost yes, Mrs. Kd Tenly and Mrs. be In position to .advertise forbids living !selling oil, but we find our and then later President of The products.will be an economic byproduct -

lOll sale on Jewelry and a full-time occupation. I'm Ernest Phillips, all members of on the project-about :S 1.4< elves In the position of advisingthe Cavallera, a campus dance society, Zircon)of the operation at Blan-

I lend working harder now than I did the Red Cross Gray Lady Corp.I miles from the State Farm roadto consumer to. conserve heating, and held membership In Sigma
Saturday and Man- Cannon said.
,
dIng
to allot Social Fraternity, Phi Alpha
best Chi
Strong on the railroad," he said Monday The veterans arrived at the the city limits of Lawtey the oil. Eve done my He thanks to the
expressed
urges tcadvantage ,, Law Fraternity The Adel-
everyone and manner Delta
oil In a fair Just
for the past year he has been lake at 11:30: and returned to the Tax Assessor said. the community for the spirit of cooperation -
So-
[ of this Masonic
oppor- but If It doesn't warm up before phos (a University
and .
the afternoon.The
delicious vegetables
f before It Is too late. growing hospital during the end of this month, I'll be out: clety), Alpha Phi Omega Service shown the company ands

ny people are even buying lovely flowers with great success at Gray Ladles volunteer their Funeral SundayFor of oil. We Just don't have the Fraternity, and in the John Marshall employes during their earlyperatlons
chemical compounds
In vats of services at the hospital one afternoon I here.
I AssociationThomas
new) for next Christmas; his home, 615: McMahon St. a week, helping to entertainthe J. W. McCall suppl/ foGulf Bar The speaker( was Introduced byH.
agent World
Freeman Register, Is veteran of
declares, "and that Is a He recently obtained a distributorship patients by reading to them,, a i. C. Brown, who had charge ofthe
Wednesday
61 died said "Allocationsare Masonic
McCall ,
John W. products War II, a member of the
-mart idea because for the chemical garden or by performing for the day,
things playing games two Is low program
afternoon at his home small and the supply Order and of the Morocco Temple

Indoubtedly be even higher ing ingredients. services such as letter writing,, miles southeast of Starke, afteran I'm rationing fuel oil and kerosene Shrine of Jacksonville.

!han they are now." mending, etc.Assisting Illness of several week so as to benefit the children Prevatt AnnouncesFor

20 percent reduction is on Town Team the local Gray Ladles Mr. McCall was born In Lenoir, and the ick." He also said the Nelson Green Enters Commissioner
in entertaining and serving the would have no oil I Ithe If
THJNG in our store-not Will Meet Jax NAS N. C., and moved to Starke six local plant

I row selected Items," Strong veterans at Wednesday's picnic years ago from Jasper, where heras cold continued this month. Race For Sheriff J. C. Prevatt, Sr., of Lawtey

asized. Here SaturdayLocal were Mrs. Gladys Harrington In the mercantile business for H. E. Tucker, distributor for announced yesterday that he Is
Mrs. Chas Nelion T. Green, a life long resident
Mrs. James Seymour, Sinclair said Monday that he was
,
Commissioner
for -
35: candidate County
basketball fans are promised Morse, years.In of Bradford County, this a
Miss Evangeline anhad (
Harper, out of kerosene
dford addition to his widow, Mrs. completely from District One (Lawtey
Exceeds class entertainment and Mr. Clara oil.He week announced his candidacy< for
first Mr*. W. R Morse, Sarah Margaret McCall he Is I only a low supply of fuel ), He Is a native of Bradford
Saturday) night when Mrs. Clara Latter- kero- Sheriff, subject to the Democratic
tributions Quota tomorrow ( Colson, and survived by two sons, William\ A. expected a shipment of County and has lived here all his
veteran Starke Town Team but said. "Don' primaries In May.
the man. this week,
McCall and James C. McCall, bothjof seno
Children's Home with the seasoned Jack future. It's too In making his announcement he life.Mr
clashes the
Jasper; two brothers, Sam A. .quoU me on Prevatt, a farmer! Is a
Naval Air Station quintet I said: "Having served as special ,
adford County sonville A. A. Plans To Meet McCall of Jasper, and George H. I uncertain. i veteran of World War I, and
more than at 8:30 at various times
: officer
in the' local Armory dealers said they Wf'reon police
led Its Deerfleld, Fla.; and two All three the Board of Public
McCall of nerved
on
quota In T I feel:
contribution Each WednesdayThirtythree I plannedby with the City of Starke,
o'clock; allotment system
1e Florida Children's sisters, )[rs. Jesse E. Newsom of sn understandthe Instruction In this county from
Home in reorganized that I amqualified to
The Starke team, respective! companies.
a-'cordlrg attendedthe I Starke, and Mrs. Mary Bollck of their 1PT3 through 1936.
to( an announce early last mont Inflicted a 49 persons And Mr. Tucker stated that onplan responsibilities of this important -
this
week by Marcus C Team from organization meeting of Alcoholics Lewlston, Idaho. in which office."
Schenck's
suggested
:52 defeat on held has been
will be
services
uperlntendent of the home Waldo in the Armory last Satur Anonymous In the Legion Funeral o'clock at tr-e various state governors would Green Is 45: years old, married, Recent BirthsMr.
his at 3 '
cOUllty's quota> Is $100, after a hard fought, Hall here Wednesday! night of last Sunday afternoon fuel administrators, although and the father of five children.;
day night Dlvonla Cemetery appoint)
>201.40< from the Jacksonville the graveside, In and Mrs. LeRoy Lovell
In cash and $10 in, battle. Hugh Ingramwas week. Delegations .1 such plan has actually He Is a member of the Starke :
fast moving no
r L. D. Haines Jan.
Kills were for the localltes. Gainesville and Palatka, Jasper. Rev. Methodist Church. tarke, girl Margaret Ann
actually contrl' scorer attempted.
'1. Starke (quota I75): I high members of the Starke I A. A. group were present and I pastor of the First Baptist I been from the reports olocal He has farmed In Bradford 27.Mr.

:\\0; while! Lawtey (quota gave$115)), Other Buddy Bishop Jim Dry'den. ten Starke persons ,,attended. Church, of which Mr. McCall was! Judging agents. Bradford Countlan County; all hU life!, and for the and Mrs. Randolph Bryant
team are
1170. member, will officiate. Christine Ann Jan.
Walter Frick, The Starke A. A. will meet a scrunch low over one past several years has Inoculated aiford, girl
Begue either
will
Ralph
will leave
'rpt Fag E. every Wednesday at 8:30 p. m, The funeral cortege If the hogs for the State Livestock Sanl-
Manasaa. out the axe 27.Mr.
Henry get
Pollard. burner or I
expressed'appreoel. J. T. from
I to the and I and the public Is invited, especially Starke at 1 p. m. Sunday holds tary Board. and Mrs. Austin Cary Smithtake
Malone,
tab fine support the count, T. Phillips, Curtis persons with alcoholic problems. the DeWltt C. Jones funeral home. :I Groundhog Day superstition i girl Willie Mae Jan. 28.LTIS1iade .

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-eal at !titirkn, Plointn, this 7th of ()r,1cr In next' four W'kly U'-ue' i I ,,'a BId it.. NOTICn TOl'j'EAU. SIr. .
I official .1 s'lh. K. !Skip:I"''r, \VIIII" : FLORIDA, : June roWS''
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Trustee .lammry IPlorida.
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Has Successful As School ; ( E.\U A. J. Thomas seal at Starke, Florida this January 7 \\'. to'flr.yth St Jucksunt'illa Qiildtn Uerllnnkv, \\tinea 1..ldenco .in.......:.b.h..,.,..;.,;,.,. )

NamedS. As Clerk of said Court. 6. 1943.OKKItJIAlj I 1-18 4t 2.8 In unknown) 'h... .,. .....?...., '-Ie It
Annual Meeting Middleton John J. Henderson thin", tit. Auguatine. ( HBAI.) A. J. Thomas.As Atty fur rif. You am required to nppear on : d. ..Bui: t-: ).... \

1<'1... Clerk nt said. Court. JlUIFOIIU February 21st, 1D48 In the above I ."..'.', .. ..... .. ._,' : "
1-9 A. VVeldon. who was recent. Atty. for Plf rlomuti i-v tnf/- Court and cause, wherein I. .." _, """
The Clay Electrics: Cooperative Hank Hlda1. .lackionville.) Fla. (0"\0'1"-' ',. named divorce. Bradford ...". .. ..h..........II" .........
Inc., of Keystone Heights, held bj. ly elected to serve on the new iv rmciTiT rornr BRADFORD Atty. for Pit. 1-9 4t 1-30 LeVls'Vnn Per Burgh. Plaintiff C'ounty l lalntlff Telegraph seeks shall publish -ft..,,,.I...SIND I.... .. .h.... ""'.'....".'I.

far the most Huccessful Aitnual consolidated School Trustje: District COUNTY, .'Lfllt.U.1:11: CIIA.NMary ft. Mae Sheridan Van Per Burgh, this Order In next four weekly 'u.. _.......NO... ,.MONIY......... ... ..
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Thurs submitted his resignationto CI nY. iv rmcriT cofirr. 1I..I\Ul"onn Defendant.' Case No. 6252.ORLuR Issues., :: ':.:. :i' "....
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Meeting In its history on Magdalen Plaintiff vs. roiTV KLOICIItIV: tllANFlorcnce : ()I<' PUBLICATION ,, hand and official I : ::...:.:t.
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my
day, January 15. the School Board on Dec. 29. Fd ward Joseph. Duffy, Defendant.. ('.:lIr Plaintiff AND NOTICE TO AP'EAH Mae goal at Btarke Florida, this 21st ;:::.rI':' ::;.::::':.::':::'.:.-::"'..D...
Taylor Stanley, to:
FLORIDA
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More than 1000()() of the Cooperative In a special meeting held on "ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND vs. Jtobert K. Stanley Defendant STATE Van Der Burgh whose of January 1948. LlGHTNER'S CHICKS
Sheridan ..
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Thomas,
members were present. In I Dpc. 80, the Board appointed Dr. NOTICE TO APPEAR Case No. 6260.ORDER residence lar: Unknown. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1.. .Do.rt....... 2..615' C .. 0...
on of said Court.
? Middleton to fill the STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edward OF PUBLICATION I You are required to appear As Clerk c..l.
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f of the extremely cold I and the above Esqt, !St. Augustine -
spite Joseph Duffy whose residence AND NOTICE TO APPEAR i February 16, 19f8. In John J Henderson, .
weather. Due to the cold It was I cancy. address. Is: 4705-3rd Avenue Brook STATE! OF FLORIDA to: RobertK. named Court and cause wherein. Fla.
.1 lyn. New York. Stanley whose residence Is: %) plaintiff seeks d.vorc. Bradford Atty. for"Plf.. 1-28 4t 2-13
necessary. after the barbecue. to Formal application was also You are required to appear on Mrs. J. B. Stanley, 1109 Hawthorne County Telegraph shall publish this

adjourn from the Beach Pavilion received at this meeting from February 9, 1948. In the above named Drive. Norfolk, Virginia.I Order In next four weekly Issues,
Court and '' plain You are required to appear on Witness my hand and oftlrlal
4 to the Keystone Heights Woman'lClub I the Florida Bank at Starke requesting tiff seeks, divorce. 'p.J't'Jn February 16, 1948 In the above seal at Starke Florida, this Jan. YOU WILL

for the voting and business appointment as the official Telegraph shall publish. this OrderIn named Court and cause. ., wherein uary H. 1940.OFFICIAL iy;
next four weekly I Issues.. plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
meeting.; depository for school funds Witness. my hand and official of maiden name Bradford ( A. Clerk of said COllrt. BENEFIT BY READING .

Among the outstanding events for the year 1948. On motion seal at Starke,. Florida, this Jan County Telegraph shall publish this Zach H. Douglas Oalne.vlll.| 11ia.
Order In next four Issues _
of the day were speeches by of II. B. Crosby seconded by J. ( VFI"c111l88E L) A. J. Thomas Witness my hand and weekly official seal Atty. for Pit. 1-18 4t 3"IV ... ..,., "- 4.ll* a.wi,4ir--

Price. Congressman from E. Brown. the request was complied As Clerk of said Court.T. at Starke, Florida. this January 18,
Kmory Frank Landrutn. Starke Fla. 1948. : CinClIT CoV'UT. HIt.'UFOR THE CHRISTUM SCIENCE MONuvic. YOU ..n imd veun.it *,.1,
E. Da gott. with and designation and 1-9 IV: CHAN
tho 2nd District. C. Atty. for Pit. 4t 1-30 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ..OI'N'I'Y.' FLORIDA. the bait. ( offo'" MW*
Chairman of the Florida Statewide agreement forms were executed 1 As Clerk of said Court. C.UYIanfr.dn rood this You w,1I.)
Plain tift. vs.i.ombardo
ix: CIRCUIT (DiRT BRADFORDCOUNTY. !\ Spadaro. you .
M. H. and forwarded to the State R. H. Duncan, 204 Lynch Bulldlnc new todoyi TMnewt
Cooperative Assoc. FI.OHIIJAJ IN: CHAN'CHRY. ; Jacksonville, Florida. Franc..ell.. Maria Spadaro.. fftsh. .S--, ,tation.

Jlendea of tho General Electric Comptroller for approval. Atty. for Pit. 1.16 4t 2-S Vdendl\nt. Case No. 6371. butnett.
Emma: Julia Jackson. Plaintiff vs. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONND
#' Company and a musical program The Board agreed to discontinue Raymond LacyJackeon, Defendant.Case ) NOTICE TO APPEAR ----
the direction of Major A. D. No. 4241.ORDER NOTIf'H! TO APPEARTO STATE OP FLORIDA to: Mrs [ The Christian Science Publlthlng Society, PJ.
under
Mrs. Resale Carlton's
bus OF PUBLICATION : J. C. CHANDLER whole address Lombardo Franceses Maria Spud- Subscribe now One. Norway Street. Bettor I 5. Mou. U S. A. _ _
McCampbell, by the Palatka High route through the gate on her AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Is unknown. aro, whose residence.. and address to th!, $pe. i Enclosed i Is $1. for which pl o" send me The (Ow
School Band. route to H. II. Howard's resi STATE OF FLORIDA to Ray. WHEREAS It appears In that I In: Province of Trapanl Rossottl ciol "oet. | Science, Monitor for I month.acquainted" .
mond Lacy Jackson whose residence certain cause now pending In the 18 Alcamo. Italy. I ui'

The members were also In. dence. E. W. Hodges Jr. was I Is: :Bartow, Georgia.You Circuit Court of the Eighth 3udlclalCircuit' You are. required to appear on Offer-I month Name____________.______________________
are required to appear on of Florida In and for Brad- In the above for $
February 23, 1848 |
that to drive the bus from U
formed at the meeting a appointed February 9. 194S In the above nam. ford County ,In Chancery. wherein named Court and cause, wherein !
new loan of $1,250,00000 had just Brooker to Starke. This action ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff J. H. Morris and his wife Annie plaintiff seeks dlrorre. Bradford (U.S. feds 5t.t_

been approved by the Rural Electrification was taken following the resignation ty Telegraph seeks divorce.shall Bradford publish Coun.this Mae Sylvia Morrl Elaine pray Chandl..rl for the adoptionof that the Order County In Telegraph next. four hall weekly publish Issues this. City_ Zone___ Stale

Administration In of James! Crosby. Order In next four weekly Issues. said' Sylvia l rda is the Witness my hand and official
Witness my hand and official seal minor. child the- e J. C. thand- seal at Starke, Florida. this Jan
Washington D. C. Thie loan will .X CIHITIT rol'RT. BRADFORDmi at Starke. Florida this January, ler and that the place of residenceand 21 1948. .

enable the Cooperative to make 'NT If, FLOIIIIIAl I!* CHAN 1948. the Post Office address. of the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Adn.i.'
f.IIY: (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas said J. C. Chandler is unknown to As Clerk of said Court.
vast changes and improvements As Cleric of said Court. Petitioners and that there Is no
(rnthorln MrCnve, Plaintiff. vs. Ira Py Lucille C. Conner D. C.
In their lines. Franr-lw McCave Defendant. Cane Zach. It. Douglas Gainesville, Fla. person or persons ,In- the State of T. Frank Landrum. Starke Fla From where I sit Joe
', 6y Marsh
...
No. 6275ORHEIt, Atty. for Pit, 1-9 4t 1-80. Florida the 'service 'of a summonsIn Atty. for Plf. 1.23 4t 2-13 p ]
I* L. Conner of Starke was re- OP PUntirATFON Chancery uporv whom would _
elected as a member of the Board ANn NOTIOF1 TO APPEAR IV: CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORDCOUNTY bind the said J. C. Chandler you IV CIRCriT COURT. BRADFORDCOUNTY.
STATE OP FLORIDA toIra FLOHIUAl. IN C1IANCRRY. are therefore ordered to appear In FLORIDA IV CHAN.CKHY .
of Directors. PranrlH McCave whose residence : said. cause on or before the 17th
IN. unknown. Edwin, H Rule Plaintiff vs. JoyceL. day of February 1948 otherwisethe Maurice Berllnsky, 'Plaintiff vs.
Rule, retendant. Cane Nn. 8242. allegations of said Petitionerswill
You are required to appear on ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND be taken confessed.IT .
Two Bank RobbersGet February "21st, 148, In the above I I NOTICE:: TO APPEAR IS FURTHER as ORDERED that Are You "Hobby :
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named Court and cause, wherein Happy
STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Joyce .
this order be each
Nine Years plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford published once
PILESand
L. Rule whose residence and address week for four consecutive weeksIn
County Telegraph shall this
publish I Is: Campson Place, Metuchen.
the Bradford ,
Ordor in next' tour weekly Issues. County Telegraph
.
Aubrey D. Adams and Vernell Witness my hand and official New Jersey.You I a newspaper of general. circulation. Other
are required to appear on In Bradford County Flor- Funny thing about hobbles... Wasn't long before they .
sEal at mark. Florida, this Met s.
foody, both of Lake Butler. were February 9, 1048. In the above named published.
recently sentenced to nine yearsin of( January, SEAL 1043.OFFICIAL A. J. Tlioman, Court. and cause wherein plain DATED at Stark" U Florida this Roctol Allnumts When Ed Carey started making a working side by side on Ed'i t btm

Federal prison In connection An Clerk ot said Court. tiff ty Telegraph seek divorce.shall Bradford publish Ceun-this 14th day of January 1941. Varicose Veins model of the "Flying Cloud" it was sharing a common interest inst
(SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
with the attempted robbery of the John. J Florida.Henderson Esq., St. Augustine Order In next four weekly Issue CJerk of Circuit Court, Prartfordrtinty L KJ Ulcora only to rest his eyes from reading. of keeping them apart, Ed'i t hiP
Witness hand and official sealat
Atty. for Pit. 1.23 4t 2-13 my : Fla. I-U 4t 2-8 But now he spends brought them
Cedar Keys State Bank last September Htarke, Florida, this January I, every spare more together.
TreatedWithout
Succeu/uIIy/
I 8. The sentence was IN CIRCUIT COTJTlT. BRADFORD 1948.(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas : CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD SIN moment ship modelling! From where I sit, a husbanli

passed In Galuesvllle by Federal COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN As Clerk of said Court. rOI!:<'VTY. FLORIDA I.N: C1IANCKRY SurgeryHospitalization
Some wives have resenteda be
II CEll V.If. Charles. R. 204-05 might hobby can often a wife's is sIn
Hess Ouaranty
Judge Dozier Devane. A. Hill. Plaintiff vs Edith M. Life v III.., Herbert A. Batsford. Plaintiff vs. husband suddenly shutting him fact, I've got the missus Intel
Defendant. Cane Blfl&ack..o.n a.tl.aO
Hill No. ((1378
They were also sentenced to ORDER OP PUBLICATION Atty. 1-9 If.b'o.: B.624S Bataford,* Defendant. or Loss of Time self in the attic every night. But ested in tying trout flies-in<|

three years on each of two counts AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I.V CIRCUIT COVRT. BRADFORD ORDER OP1 PUBLICATIONAND from Work not Ed's Pruden When she found along with that mellow glasm
STATIc OF FLORIDA tpt Edith "
COUNTY. FLORIUAI IN CHAN NOTICE TO APPEAR
lodged against them on charge. AT. Hill. whose residence and address CKHY.Josephs. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Rhubla Coruull him working late/she brought him beer it makes the evenings gob|
of violating the national motor la unknown. Frank Msncuso, Plaintiff R. natafnrd whose residence Is: "i:
Ton are required to up some beer and. crackers. mighty pleasantly.
appear on vs. Ruth Schlndel ftfancuso Deten.I General Delivery Saskatoon Sask. .
vehicle theft act after both pleaa. I
February 23. 194A. In th. above DR. C. R. McKINNEY
Canada.
dant. Cam No. 6240 showed a real interest in his hobby
ed guilt to the two counts. These named Court and cause,. wherein I ORDER OF PUBLICATION You are required to appear on
sentences plaintiff seeks divorce. Hradfnrd TO APPEAR February 18, 1944 In the above use Pearl St. Ph. 4-6260 until finally Ed had her helping 80e ftfAw.) (
however. run concur
bounty Telearraph shall publish this I R-tf.fm lI ; .
;
FLORIDA to Ruth named Court and cause, wrereln Jacksonville Florida with the rigging.
rently with the others. Order In next four weekly IMHIICM.. Schlndel Mancusa. whose residence plaintiff seeks divorce.. Bradford ;
Moody had pleaded guilty to Witness. my hand and official IK unknown. County Telegraph shall publish this Write for FREE Descriptive
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seal at Rtnrke, Florlrfa, this Jan .
You are required to appear on Order In next four weekly InduesWltnens .
the bank robbery charge and later uary 21. 1948. February 9, 1948, In the above named .. my hand and official Booklet
appeared as a Government wit (OFFICIAL SISAL) A. 3. Thomas Court and cause wherein plaintiff seal at Starke, Florida this Jan- Copyright; r. 1948 United States Brewers Foundss!
A* Clerk of said, Court.. seeks divorce. Bradford County --- -
ness) against Adams who pleaded Men. L. Pntten, Ktarke Florida, Telegraph publish this : .

not guilty but was later convictedby Atty._ for Pit. 1-23 U 2.13 Order In. next tou"h, weekly issues.
'c Witness my hand. and official
a Federal jury. I:v riitrriT roi'iiT.' nn"nronn seal at Stnrke, Florida. this Jan.
('0.,N'I'r. FLOIIJUAI i\ CHAN uary 8. 1048.OFFICIAL .
CKHVMartha ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
RULED PRACTICE PAPER MrLeod Cowln Plaintiff vs. As. Clerk of said Court.

!>:xl2. for school children- 75o a Everett Sylvester Cowln Defen Dan Kelly. FernandJna, Florida
dant., Case No. 024ORDKR Atty, for: Plf. 1-9 4t. 1-30
.
ream_Bradford County \Tele OP PUHLICATION ---:
graph. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR IN: CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Everett. COUNTY.' FLOIUDAI IV: CHAN
Sylvester. Cowln. whose lust known CKHY *
residence. Is 2X3)1) Woodsld Avenue lIen rietta Abelet. Plain tiff, vs. tJE I
"mllanapolls Indiana. Samuel Abeles, Itf..ndant. Case
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dvONas No. 6238.
I You are required" to appear on OF
February 7th. 1948. In the above ORDER: PUBLICATION
: I t: named Court and cause wherein AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
plaintiff seeks divorce and custodyof STATE OF FLORIDA to: Samuel
t rhlltl. Hradford County Telegraph Abeles, whose lat known real
shall publish thin Order In dance and address 1. 880 East 17th
S S next four weekly. Issues. Street. Prooklyn. New York.
Witness my hand and official seal You are. required to appear on
at Starke. Florida. this. 6th of Jan February. 7th. 1948, In the above
uary. 1948. namedCourt ami (cause wherein I

j', (OFFICI.SFA: L) A. J. Thomas plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford! j
As Clerk of said Court. County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder mmin6
John .T Henderson, Esq, $t. Augustine I In next four weekly Issues.
Fla. Witness my haml, and official seal
Welcome Relief for Atty. for Plf. 1-9 4t. l-3t at Starke. Florida. this 6th of Janiuarv II i iII io

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1948.OF'F'ICIAL I
( SEAL) A. .1. Thomas 1 ''tl
BACKACHE( PAINS iv riitrriT ('rnT. Dn 'Fnnn) As Cleric of said. Court. awrench / I

(<''oh'IHV.Mary %TV. FI.OIIII1AI ('''''::11. tine John .T Fla.Henderson. E.q., St. Augus ,1/iJIII"i$

Dm to Mmcular Strain Sciatica : Kllen Mitchell. Plaintiff vs.lames Atty. for Plf. l4t! 1-30 ,
T, Mitchell. Defendant. Case. I I
Lumbago, RhtuniUtm No. 528 a.OrinrjR. IN .IU'I'1T coi'iir.' nnnFonnCO
JUST tub ftfrnhlng genii NlU'll-bilm enlh OP PITl'1I JATION! !'NTY. FLORIDA! IN: CIH.N-
ANI NOTIC-P] TO APPEARSTATW
pore ipoc. Inmnily sdilns muiclei, nut inv !
.
to nit* oo lue pain/ .._. lit NEUHA- OF FLORIDA to: JamesMitchell Griffin W. Carpenter Plaintiff vs .
'I c, BALM 10 ..( IJM. lonniln| rtll f from r. whose residence and Edna F. Carpenter. Defendant. Case .
(be mlHrlti cl muxultr .ch.. sad p.l.... adlr8" Is: Unknown No. 8SS3OUDRR.
You are required to appear on : OF PUBLICATION
February ou2 194K, In the above AND NOTICR] TO APPEAR 4 Ii I II
named and cause, whereinplaintiff STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edna
seeks divorce and former P. Carpenter whoso residence and
; Be Quick To TreatBronchitis : name returned unto her. Bradford addreeH laat known !is:. 2808 ,Lake
County Telegraph shall publish" this shore Drive, Shreveport La.
Order In next four weekly. lumien You are required to appear on -
i Witness my hand and officialseal February 14th 1948. In the above
fit Rtsrke. Florida, this January named Court and cause., wherein
to, 194SOFFICIAL plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford 2 Unions Block Labor Peace
-Refuse Boolti'.Afready
( 8EAL> A. J ThomasA County Telegraph shall publish this Wage ]
Chronic bronchitis may develop If Clerk of sitld Court Order In next four weekly Inane. i ,
:your cough chest cold.or acute bronchitis Charlen, : R. lien.. 20 .OIl Ouaranty Witness my hand an,. official seat
Lire Tlldar. Jacksonville, Fla. at Htarke., Florida this 14th of
I Is not treated and ,
afford to takeachance you any cannot medicine Atty. for Pit. 1-23 4t 2-13 January 1948OFFICIAL .. Accepted by 19 Other
( SEAL) A. J Thomas Railroad Unions
less potent than Creomulslon iv nurriT ('01''''''. nn"nronnroCVTY. As. Clerk of said, Court. !'

which goes right to the seat of the FLORIDA IV CHAN- John T, Henderson. Esq, St. Augustine. -

I'', trouble to help loosen and expel germ C'RNY.VlrarlTila. Fla.Atly The Brotherhood of Locomotive Englneers. -
Ensell Petrle.Plnlntlff. .
1':' '". laden phlegm and aid nature to Jacqueline. for Plf. 1-18 4t 2-8 I Brotherhood of Locomotive What Now -I
vs. Alexander lair Petrle, Firemen employee and those among the highest P.ld I M
soothe and heal raw.tender Inflamed Jr.. Pefendant.. Case No. S19. I! and Enginemen and the Switchmen's The Unions having refused to arbitrate successfully,.maintain the threat of s par
bronchial mucous membranes. ORDER OP PUBLICATION' IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORDCOVNI'Y. the Railway Labor
of Act
tJ.nion North
Creomulslon blends beechwood ANT NOTICE TO APPEAR FLORIDA IN CHAW. i America representing appointment of provides for the alyilng strike against the Interest of the entire -|
creosote special process with other STATE OP FLORIDA to: Alexamler CKRY.William: 1125,000: railroad employee, have refused the a fact.1ioding board by country and against 90 per cent of their
., time tested medicines for coughs. lair Petrle. Jr. whose residence M. Baxter. Plaintiff vs. to accept the offer of the Railroads o'f a President. fellow employes.
It contains no narcotics. and address. last. known Is: Alma Summerall Baxter Defendant. wage increase) of 15>f cents an hour. The railroads feel !it is due shippers \ The threat
k" Mr. A. Petrle. Contentment I". Case Nn U31.ORDER of a strikecannot JII8II1'1I1'.nl.
% pa8llengera.
This is the employee
4 same increase and .
No matter how awarded stockholders
medicines
many "and Tokeneke Darien' Connecticut OF PUBLICATION the Ing more favorable conditions to 125.000 employes ,
f you have tried. tell your druggist to AND NOTICE' TO APPEAR 1.000,000 non-operating employes by an general public to know that through than have been In effect I
already
sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with You are required. to appear on or STATR OF FLORIDA to: Alma arbitration board in September 1947. out these negotiatjo.. and in mediation for 1175000. put
the understanding you must like the before February. 7th 1948' I In theahoYe Summerall R.ixter, whose residenceIs This is the lame increase accepted by they have not only exerted every effort to of the nor will it alter the opposition In-,
named Court and unknown. reach railroad. (e unwarranted wage ,
it cause.wherein t a faig'
t. way quickly allays the rough permitting 175,000 conductors trainmen and and reasonable
switch-
rest and plaintiff seeks divorce and You are required. to appear on but they have settlement cresses or (e change In working rules Fhichare
/ sleep. or you aro to men by November also met
agreement on
change of name. Bradford County February 9. 1948. In the above nam. 14.1947. every requirement not justified
I. have your money back.: (Adv.) Telegraph shall publish this Order ed Court and cause, wherein plainWORLD'S : Agreements have been made with of the Railway Labor Act respecting the
.!-It.. i 11.175,000 employes! represented by nine negotiation mediation, and arbitration ot A fiance at the Box shows what employe

'. teen unions. But these three unions labor diapute. represented by: the Engineers and Firemen

m
repJ'eIIentmar
only 125,000 It eema anlhJnl&able thai these make. They: are among the highest paid In
men. are trying to three unions
I i the ranks of labor in the United States, IT not
representing less
J get more. They.. demanding also many than 10 per cent of railroad the highest. -

new working rules not embraced in the .

: GREATEST MID-WINTER EXPOSITION inen.I i settlement with the conductors and train.

Compare
MAGNIFICENT AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION Incidentally the Switchmen's Union of these wages with what you!! make!

(North America represents only about 7% HOI ..,
LIVESTOCK POULTRY U of all railroad switchmen the other 93% Hen lea comparison of TIB n ra.._ lt)**""!. iS.1 Miss ia,..:5 r'II',,
RABITS FARM PRODUCTS I being repnted by the Brotherhood of averale ann..l .am. INGlHIlIS .ssU. Ianlu..... .......... c.,........

GOLDEN CITRUS FRUITS ENTERTAINMENT GALORE I Railroad Trainmen and covered by the :: :: for eugi 1989War (sad Road Fre1ht. .::.. .. .$3.966 .8.bs

settlement with that union. ) and 1947, AIIIO (Local and Way) ... 6,757

:. BRILLIANT STATE ELECTRICAL EXPOSITION Strike Threat -W.1.."would what l9t1 have feed ROSdFaeightTbrougb Psaeengr. 3.633 8.399.. I 6,025 1 ;

I The leaders of these three unions spread beaD ,the 1614 cane. ....... .....)... a,141 .684 6189' I
a 2,749 ,081 ..;.'.'..'9 g
I II BIG DAYS II BIG I NIGHTS I strike ballot while negotiations were still tered per hour by the iDcnue. of. "IIMIN ,0'i ..

t, in progress.This is not a secret vote bbt is and railroad. Road Freight ... ... 2,738 j
r.j.cted.by the / .683 15,288
taken by union leaden and vote are union leader,.bad been (Local &lid W.y) I ;

signed by the employee in the presence Ira.tract tbnatlhout the Road P-.r- . .. 2.732 4.54' a 15.1651 I ..
of union representative. Road Frsighs (Thro..h). 2.069 : '
YMr 1947. a,46O 3.891eDtW
t yard. ............ \
: p a When direct negotiations failed the Railroad wseu. computed from ;.... 1.96:1: 3,138 3,663

a leaders of these three unions refused to Fun )'eel' 1941 eatlmatecl Jlltantate Cornmerca CoJDJDlaaloD Stae.ment 11:300. I
1 'join the railroads in asking the National .. OD buia of a<<1ua1 fl.-. Lat eighi DIOatha.

,Mediation Board to attempt to settle the
I'''1 dispute but the Board took jurisdiction
AUTO RACES
TAMPAF 6ASPARILLA DAY at the request of the carriers and has been

FEBRUARY 3714 !earnestly attempting since November 24,
E B RUARY3or MONDAY, FEB. 9M 1947 to bring about a settlement. The -:--=;' ., "
I THRILL DAYS SHRINE RS OAV- Board on January 15. 19-48 announced

FEBRUARY 51013 THURSDAY PCBk. IZJh its inability: to reach a mediation settle RAILROADS
SOUTHEASTERN
'l! FIREWORKS$ NIGHTLY 14 OOVCRNOR'S OAV \ment. The leaders) of the union rejected <

'. TUESDAY Ft.Od4 the request of the Mediation Board to

itrate. The _accepted. "-

"Wean';

j at flirt' 1 y: about Ia, th1 1Dau.a4.otiisr which ad""L-.g to talk with yoeT

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n the lookout for anything new along Can Street, the TELEGRAPH

eye wu easily caught this week by those formidable

es that members of our City police force are jauntily I
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se me dayS.that I remember Starke's old-time Chief of Police, Official County Publication Established In 1877

a billy (though I could be wrong about that) .
carrying ---
the traditional stick has been shelved in recent years VOLUME SEVENTY STARKE, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, loEBRU RyiH8 NUMBISR FOURT"EN'
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reappearance along Call Street called for a bit of

.en Here' what the Colonel found out by "no ln' around" : Farm Bureau Tourist Club Everett Crews

s (or shi11alah., a. Father O'Dowd would probablly call In California I duPont Geologist Describes Mining

presented to the department by Joe Arnold. After spendon -

the New York City police force, retiring in 1941 as To I
Discuss New Organized With I
Process To Be Used For Ilmenite
lieutenant, Joe thinks a policeman without a billy is al.as I I

Damon without pythlas,tilt even ham without egg.. I to
xS
onvlnced that Starke's Christmas Eve affray, in which Store Tonight 52 Members Harry B. Cannon, geologist with

re Injured and one killed, would never have been such abe Board To Restrict the .:. I. duPont de Nemours Co.,

police force had been equipped with bill Ie.. Conesbtained Issuance Of of Wilmington, Dela., was guest
six regulation New York shillalabs and presented Matters relative to the new Organization' of a Tourist Club, speaker at the Rotary Club Wednesday .

last Saturday, store being constructed by the with 52 charter member!'!, was Beer Licenses describing briefly the process
e local police department Bradford County Farm Bureau on perfected at an enthusiastic meet. r Aea of mining and separating the

II Ebb Thornton says that to the best of his knowledge Washington Street will be discussed Ing In the Woman's Club build- A resolution abolishing the sale ilmenite ore that will be carried

time the force has carried such "law enforcers". "They're at an important meeting of ing Monday nlht. The dub will of beer within specified distances on in the company'e proposed op-

blackjacks." he added. the organization In the courthouse meet each Tuesday night at 7:30: from churches or schools and eration on state-leased lands. at

e billies aren't the only factor contributing to the "newhe tonight (Friday) at 7:30: o'clock, o'clock for business and recreation authorization for Courthouse electrical Camp Blandlng

city police. New uniforms are the order of the day, according to an announcement s.a + Improvements were passed Around 23,000 tons of sand will

furnishing all the trappings, as it did .last year and this week by \V. 1\1. Edwards, secretary M's.! Junlus t. Smith was l'ct- by the Board of County Commls.eloners I be mined per day by a huge

ity was evident Monday morning.et's ed president 01 the new organization at its meeting Monday in dredge operating In a dug-out

ss dress the rest of the town up to match he police The new $3.000 structure Is be- : Mrs. J. t1W. Kincaid, Vice the (courthouse I' lake, the geologist atated. The

for the Influx (we hope) of tourists. Ing built for the Bureau on prop- President: MiJ Evelyn Stump, The Board alllO agreed to per'mit ore will tint go through; the wet
and be ready
erty at the intersection of Wash- Secretary, and Chas. S. Partin the City of Starke to move mill where It wm be separated

ington and Cherry Streets recently Secretary The Board of Directors the fence on the West side of from the quartz sand and hence

the curtain was rung down the first of the month on an- purchased by the organization !'! will consist of these officers the oM county jail property to to the dry mill where the Umenlte

ing season and Bradford County gun-slingers have given for $7:50: from T. Frank Landrum and the following other members: allow apace for' widening the and other heavy minerals will

rt of themselves, in spite of being ,somewhat hampered and, Dr. J, W. Brownlee. The MrR. E. V" Charbonneau Robert etrt'et. The work III without cOst finally be segregated by static

t weather we've been experiencing. 32x68 building, about half com- Metzger, and W. H. Nollman to the county. and magnetic separators.

undy seems to be about the county's most avid hunter, plete, is of concrete block con- In the keynote address! A. J. Everett Crews Seaman 2-c, U. The resolution concerning the After separation, the finished
atructlon. Thomas, Clerk or the Circuit sale of beer provIded that "appli- ilmenite will be shipped to the
hat he averaged two days a week in the field, straight, S. Navy, has returned to the San .
cation for retail duPont pigment plant! at 'VII.mlngton.
beer dealer's U.cen'ses
Court out that the -
pointed
As far as quail areS concerned, the season, he reports'was According to present plans the primary Diego, Calif, Naval station after for dealers doing business Dela., and Baltimore,
I 'of the organization
business will be managed by Ardel purpose enjoying a recent furlough with
he couldn.t make the twice-a-week :
Charlie Darby says within 2:500: feet of church or Mll., Cannon Itated. The com-
will be to be of service to "our a.
of
Crosby, vice president of the his mother, Mrs Bertha crews
averaged one hunt every seven days and the season Wd, visitors and hQmefolks" in getting of Law- school be disapproved outside of pany's goal is 100.000 tons annually .
Farm Bureau, and will handle a Jacksonville formerly
nlon, the best in 15 ye rs. Titus Olson filed a complaint general line' of farmers' to know one another and to provide a municipality or 300 feet within from its! Dlandlng operation .
supplies,
the high water In the woods, but managed to bag plenty Including feed, seed, fertilizer, a program of wholesome en- tel.He Is a former member of the an Incorporated municipality" which It hopes to have la

few dove, three ducks, and a goose. crate material, hardware, and tertainment for all. Tornado football squad, and would A. W Masters was awarded production by the first of next

bly the most fantastic story to come out of the hunting other equipment MI' Crosby be- The meeting tvaa presided! over 'enjoy hearing from any of his contract for the construction ofa year.
electrical lead In the Coun- Since duPont Ie not interested
that told by jovial Pete Alderman, caretaker at the Key lieves that it will be ready to by W. NoUman as temporary friends at the following address: new ''in the
ty Courthouse Ills bid, the only actual process of mining
y Airfield. Pete'vows he went fishing one morning got open for business around March chairman. The Constitution and S 2-c Everett Crews 008-17.47, this
will
one submitted was for $445.21.Clerk operation probably be
rig, and on his way home tired one shell, and that night 1. 'By-laws were adopted as presented Radioman School ClaMs 7.48, of the Court A. J. Thomas contracted to some other company -

s credit the fish, a fox squirrel, and 13 quail! The Bureau plans to benefit Its by a committee. : composed of USNTC, San Diego 33, Calif. explained that the present lead In as yet unannounced, Cannon .

se you're just about to call the Old Colonel a. well as Pete, members, and other farmers, by Mrs. J. W. Kincaid Andrews Miss Evelyn the courthouse Is the one origin- 8ald. Around 200 employes

I'd liar, l let me hasten to explain the quail. Pete's quarters purchasing in large quantities for Stump ,and Guy Oil Dealers Fear ally In use and that the increased will be required for the operation,

near an old abandoned hangar at the air field. The ends resale at a price somewhat lower Councilman ,Junius M. Smith electrical load makes a new lead planned at present, and most

tructure are practically all glass windows, and on this than the prevailing retail markup expressed a word of welcome In necessary or this number ,wUl be unskilled

day'a covey of quail flew head-on Into that glassy and 13 Any profit remaining at the end behalf of Mayor H. C. Wall who Soon The Board approved the ap- labor which will be hired 10caUy
of the after have could not attend the meeting be- Shortage
fell to the ground, their flying days ended forever year, expenses plication of William\ W, Parker The disruption of foreign sources
been paid, will be divided among cause of illness. of
the
supply instigated company's
.In.t mind having a job near that hangar myself -would for a retail beer dealer' license
t members of the Bureau Mr' flans Walker made an enthusi- If there's anything to the And disapproved a similar application search for domestic deposits of

Crosby stated astic speech in which he pointed Groundhog Day superstition by Russell Ebeorl'e, ilmenite, Cannon explained. This

All farmers are urged to attend out that Starke III the largest then Bradford Countlans; In com-I Memhers! present at 1oIondI1Y" search, which began In the spring

J. A. Sauls Retires tonlght's meeting and learn town between Brunswick Ga., mon with millions of others along, Board meeting were: M. 0, Harre11 of 194:5, was first carried on In

Buildings 'After the complete details of the pro- and Ocala, Fla.. along U. S. 301, the Eastern Seaboard have a lot 1'. D. Reddish, E.. L. Crawford coastal waters and beach areas, i
43 Years
'11I&' posed operation of the store and that the city should make a of shivering to do between now. : and J. L.. Wynn. without revealing deposits extensive -
Of Railroading'' determined effort to "hold" some and the middle of March or rich enough to Interest
.
r Way Her Patten Named Head of the thousands of tourists who For Mr Groundhog definitely Arch Thomas Jr. the company the' geologist said.

wi" pass through Starke over saw his shadow Monday which, Knowing that Trail Ridge, starting -

Of Annual Red Cross this route. as Borne old-tlmen still insist, Graduates Saturday in South Georgia and run-
'ts for two g()() -sled
ning down through the Kingsley
Fund Drive Brief talks 'verp also made by means sl" more weeks of cold
anq :feteral.... small --Raising-. --. ...,.. ._ f\@p..N. D. Waarwright, Jr" Father before the official. adventt of From Law School- Lake' arear wra" ,. once an ancientbeaoh.wjieq
16n'proec vverA t49uedtyro "
} rest loridahad
; the of'
'Guy Andrews, chairman of the O'Dowd, Mrs. R. A. Green presi- eprlng.
January, City. Clerk Bradford Cdunty Red Cross Chap- dent of the Woman's Club, and Local fuel oil distributors gloomnily not yet risen from the sea
ns said this week.' : the search eventually led to this
ter, announced this week that 0.L the newly elected offlceTs. shake their heads and hoPe
permit to build a $2,1100 Starke has that this season will be the exception section and the resulting discovery
Patten: attorney, Duets were sung by Miss Garnlta -
block building Church I of economic ore, Cannon stated.
on that the rule, for
been named chairman of the an- Hutto and O. S. Newcomb proves
phlnd Koch's Drug Store, nual fund-raising campaign which accompanied at the piano by Mrs. i if the weather does! not shoW"' a Describing the Trail Ridge ore
tied to E. K. u the lowest grad yet to be
Perryman will be conducted during larch.MI' Kincaid definite turn for the better, their
Judge, on January 19. stocks of fuel oil will not last mined, the dua'ont geologist said
Patten Mrs. W. R. Morse, Refreshments of doughnuts and 911 and efficient meth-
-story 25Jt:5:5: : foot 8truc. month and for that new more
this as
-
rfit executive secretary of the chap- coffee were served In the social 1 out
listed for use. a. an of- r, March rather not think ods of operation may enable the
they'd
e building is well on its ter, and Mrs. E. R. Shafer mem- period following the meeting. -ahead. company to "break even" and
far
that
ber of the executive board from ,
Itself of a domestic source
completion.arm are assure
different opinions
A lot of
Bureau received per. Hampton, attended the regional Lawtey-State Farm advanced to explain the 8hort- of ilmenite for production of its

January 29 to construct yule fund last raising Friday.meeting In Galnes- Road Searches ages. Some blame It all on the titanium pigment, 80 much In de-

store and warehouse on 4, ,u strlkl's. Another factor Is the mand.
:Jer of Washington and The campaign planning meet- Now Being Made seeming leek of "bottoms" to The heavy minerals now con-

Streets near the SAL ing was held In the Red Cross of- transport oU to the East: and, centrated In Trail Ridge were

The warehouse I. to be flees here Thursday night, and Tax Assessor E. W. Hayes says then too there Is the fact that originally brought down by

tory 60x32 foot building was attended by Miss Jewell that some misunderstanding has more and more people each year r streams from eroding rocks in the

fed of concrete blocks Graves general field rpl't'sentatlve resulted from a call for bids now are converting to oil because of Piedmont Plateau of North Ala-

"tal roof. A. D. Crosby is of the southeastern area. Detailed being published by the State Road the convenience and comparative bama, Georgia, and the Carolinas.

i manager ot the Forty-three years and nine plans for conducting the Department and which does not economy. Other contributing Cannon .etated. They were car-
project months of continuous service for campaign will be announced in include the Lawtey-State Far causes are said to be Russlan- red Into the Gulf and eventually
rmlt
was Issued to' Leon the Seaboard AirLine ended for the near future. road. bound oil shipments, and the lack deposited by wave-action along

0 January 26 for a 12x18 J. A. Sauls (above) on January MI' Hayes explains that the of steel with which to repair and Trail Ridge which wall In a pBllt

dditlon! to his building on 15 when,, he retired from active Local 'Gray Ladies' survey has been completed on this build refineries. Arch Thomas, Jr. son of Cir- geological era the first portion of

all Street. The $300 all- duty with the company. road and that he 111 now making One local agent said he had cuit Court Clerk A. J. Thomas Florida to arise from the /It'a.

addition is for use all a MI' Saute was reared In Ala- Entertain Men From the search on the 48 parcel of been notified by his company that 'of Starke, will receive the degree Jt la possible that eventually anew

room for J. D. Doyle's dryr chua County and began working Lake City Hospital land Involved In the right of way. If the Marshall Plan 9f European of Bachelor of Laws from the and better source of paInt

: plant which is expected for the Seaboard a bridge When this work Is completed In aid passed Congress there would University of Florida at its mid- pigments might be discovered

IPY the building.ey helper in May, 1904, at the age Fifteen patients from the Lake about three weeks, the abstracts be no more shipments of oil In term commencement exercises to Cannon said but It I" likely that

of 22. At the time of his retirement City veterans hospital enjoyed a win be sent to the Road Depart- cans. The cans would be diverted be held Saturday, February 7. even eo there will be an ever-in-

he was' a bridge foreman. picnic Wednesday at the home of ment and deeds should be ready to Europe While at the University, young creasing demand for the titanium

Strong Sale Now that he has plenty of Mrs. J. S. Rose on Kingsley Lake. for signing about March 1, Mr "It's a peculiar situation," said Thomas participated In a number minerals because of their a. yet

Saturday time on his hands, Mr. Sauls in- Hostesses on this occasion were Hayes sald. K. G. Duncan, agent for Standard of extra-curricular student activi- undeveloped use In the product

I tends to develop his bobby Mrs. Rose, her sister, Miss Helen After this, the Department will 011. "We dealers make our ties. He wall Dance Chairman tion of titanium metal and other-

ley Strong's big 20 percent chemical gardening Into almost IveR, Mrs. Ell Tenly and Mrs. be in position to advertise!' for living selling oil, but we find our- and then later President of The products.
Ion sale I'm all members of cf advising Cavaliers, a dance society, ZircOl will be an economic by-
on jewelry and a full-time occupation. Ernest Phillips bids on the project-about 5 1-4 selves In the position campus
11 end Saturday Man-I working harder now than I did the Red Cross Gray Lady Corplf.j miles from the State Farm road the consumer to, conserve heating and held membership. In Sigma product of the operation at Blan-

Strong on tpe railroad,' he said Monday. The veterans arrived at the to the city limits of Lawtey, the oil. I've done I1IY best to allot\ Chi Social Fraternity, Phi Alpha ding, Cannon said.Its .

advantage urges of everyone this to i, For the past 'year he hu been lake at 11:30: and returned to the Tax Assessor said. the oil in a fair and just manner, Delta Law Fraternity, The Adal- expressed thanks to the
opper- and doe.n't warm up before phos (ea University Masonic So- community for the spirit of cooperation
before it Is too growing delicious vegetables hospital during the afternoon. but If It
late I month, I'U be out ) Alpha Phi Omega Service shown the company and
lovely flowers wlth great success Ladies volunteer their the end of this ciety .
"y people are even buying In vats of chemical compounds at The Gray the after- Funeral Sunday of 011. We just don.t have the Fraternity, and In the John Marshall Its employee during their early
services at hospital one
Dow for next Christmas" his home 615 McMahon St. week helping to entertain For J. W. McCall supply." liar ASKOciation. operatioN here.
noon a
The Introduced by
speaker was
declares "and that is a' He recently obtained a distri- the by reading to them Freeman Register, agent for Thomas Is a veteran of World
smart Idea because thingsndoubtedly butorship for the chemical garden- patients or by perforMing John W. McCall, 61, died Wednesday Gulf products, said "Allocatlol1.ll War U, a member of the Masonic U. C. Brown, who had charge of
playing games his home two II low. the program for the day
at
be Ing ingredients. services s\lch as letter writing, afternoon are small and the supply Order and of the Morocco Temple
even \
higher
miles southeast of Starke, after I'm rationing fuel oil and kerosene Shrine of JacksonY'lUe.
tan they are noW'" mending, etc.Assisting an illness of several weeks. .0 as to benefit the children Prevatt Announces
e 20 Town Team the local Gray Ladles
percent'nductlon! Is on Mr. McCalJ was born In Lenoir, and the IIIck." He also said the Nelson Green Enters
.YTHING In our 8tore-not Will Meet Jax NAS In entertaining and serving the N. C., and moved to Starke six local plant would have no oil if For Commissioner

few selected items," Strong veterans at Wednesday's picnic from Jasper! where he the cold continued this month Race For Sheriff
aslzed.dford. Here Saturday were Mrs. Gladys Harrington.Mr years ago distributor for J, C. Prevatt, Sr., of Lawtf'Y
In the mercantile business forM 11. E. Tucker
Is
was that he
!!. James Seymour, ]llr. Chu. Sinclair, said Monday that he was Nelson T. Green, a life long resi- announced yesterday
Local basketball fans are pro- Harper Miss EvangeUne Morse years.In of kerosene and dent of Bradford County, this a candidate for County Commissioner -
his widow, I completely out
Exceeds addItion to
mised first class entertainment' Mr W. R. Morse, and Mrs Clara Jlrs'l low supply of fuel oil.He week announced his candidacy! for from District: One (Law-
tributions Quota tomorrow (Saturday) night when Colson, and Mrs. Clara Latter- Sarah Margaret McCall he I had only a shipment of kero- Sheriff, subject to the Democratic Icy). He Is a native of Bradford
Starke Town Team survived by two eons, William expected a County and hall lived here all his
the veteran man. A'j said, "Don't primaries In May
this week, but
Children's McCan and James C. McCall, seas
Home Jack lite.
seasoned
with the he
clashes future It' too In making his announcement
of Jasper: two brothers Sam A. quote me on the I Mr. Prevatt, a farmer, Is a
Naval Air Station quintet -
adtord sonville To Meet said: "Having served L" specialpolice
County more than local Armory at 8:30: A. A. Plans McCall of Jasper, and George H. uncerta veteran of World War I, and
In the' various times
pd I said were I officer at
Its quota In contributions ( Each Wednesday McCaU of Deerfleld. F1a.; and two All three dealers they feel rs-rvell on the Board of Public
e Florida o'clock; allotment system planned with the City of Starke, I
Children'. Home In Starke team reorganized sisters, Jobs. Jesse E. Newllom of on an understand Instruction In this county from
The I to
that amquallt1pd
according to attended Starke, and ),[rII. Mary Bolick of by their respective companies. 1936.
thla an announce- early last month inflicted a 49. Thlrty-thrl'e persona Tucker stated that one the responsibilities of this important 1933 through
Week by Marcus C. Schenck' Team from the organization meeting of Alcoholics Lewi.lton. Idaho. And Mr "
52 defeat on In which office.
superintendent of the home. last Saturday Anonymous In the Legion Funeral services will be held plan has been suggested .
Births
!1s Waldo In the Armory at various state governors would Green Is 45 years old. married Recent
at 3 o'clock the
. COunty's quota is hard fought, Hall here Wednesday night of last Sunday afternoon chlldl't'n.'
$100, night after a fuel administrators al- and the father of five
$201.40 In week. Delegations from the Jacksonville the graveside, In Divonla Cemetery appoint and Mrs. LeRoy Lovell.tarke .
r clUb and $10 In fut moving battle. Hugh I11gram such plan has actually lie is a member of the Starke lor.
g fta Were Gainesville and Pala.tka Ja.rrper. Rev. L. D. Itanes though no Ann, Jan,
i I. actually contrl- was high scorer for the locaU tes. attempted. Methodist Church.He girl, Margaret
rJf) Starke quota $7:5)) gave Other members of the Stark" A. A. groups were present and pastor of the First Baptist been from the reports of has farmed In Bradford 27.Mr.
: while LaWley Jim Dryden ten Starke persona ,attended. Church of which 'Ir.' McCall was Judging the and Mrs Randolph Bryant
$17 (quota $1:5)) team are Buddy BIshop. I local agents Bradford Countlans County all his life, and for
O. Ralph Begue, WAlter Frick, The Starke A. A. will meet a member, will officiate. I scrunch low over ODe past several years hu Inoculated Raiford, girl, Christine Ann Jan 1
' will leave will either
'apt "aeg Manass&, every Wednesday at 8:30: p. m The funeral cortege for the State Livestock Sanl- 21.
expressed! J. T. pollard. Henry out the axe If the hogs
appreci- let
t" the people Curtis Malone and and the public is invited especially Starke at 1 p. m. Sunday from burner or, bolds I I &arl1. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Cary Smith
of the T. Phillips, superstition
tills tine IUpport. county Ned Yancey.. manager persons with alcoholic prob- the DeWitt C. Jones funeral home. cool Groundhog!. Day Itary I St.1rke, girl. Willie Mae, Jan. 28.'Il' .

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U'N' FRIDAY, FEBUl. ,

BRADFORD T1{ TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA -=--]

PAGE TA'OBradford and Mrs. Monroe Carlton, Keith, Jan. 27,
____ the Anniversary Sermon,, Mr.
.. I Sun- delivered
service
--
---- could not have any Jan. 20. Mr.
month and
was Ann
Mrs
-- 'The cost of oil last masterpiece.A Lawtey, girl Sarah Maria
Sunday School which was a i
TelegraphESTABLISHED 2.17 per barrel." day. The in with Bethel Allen Chapel Sun- total of $75 was raised. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Benjamin Andrew Starke Dov v '

County The company pointed out most that day joined and all had a good time. All officers were re-elected as Jacobs, Macclenny, boy, Mickey win. Jan. 25
even with the adjustment follows: Deacon Ceo H. Little
E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNCR-EDITOB rates Services all day at Bethel. You
lower ,
1877 customers will pay President; Mrs. Marzle Barnes A
and Entered aft Second this month than before the rate are cordially Invited to attend.Mt. Vice President; Mrs. Wllhelmlna -
Published Every Friday Office at Starke Fla reduction of 1946. and the amount Moriah and her pastor. Rev. I'Rodgers, Secretary; Mrs. M E. From where I sit..byJoe.Man''
11aM Matter at the font paid per kilowatt hour will be almost H. J. mount, will present their Roberts, Pianist; Rev. A. T. Sayer,
,
10 services also at Bethel Sunday
a third less than years Superintendent.Visitors .
General
MEMBERMibncrlptlon 7948 arranging ,their regular servicesfor
T.
ago. were Rev.
present
the future.CIIURCIIES Do You Have
Six Months E. McKenny and Rev Daniels.
1.10 For :
" '
; ... $3 Annually C of C MembershipDrive HOLD CONGRESS The next Congress session will
r, Begins Soon Services at Mt. Moriah M. E.,I bo held with the Great Nebo Bap- Noisy Neighbors?
\ \ Church were good all day last) tist Church.
"
"f BEAUTY AT THE CITY LIMITS: O. S. Newcomb president of the week. Beginning W e d n esday: ..
scenic entrance. Not Starke Chamber of Commerce, night was the second anniversaryof ALLEN CHAPEL NOTICE A lot of the neighbors were suddenly stead of complaining ,i
Burroughs
W. -
\ "Every city SHOULD have a traveler who has announces that already some 194 the Sunday School. BTU Youth Presiding Elder.J. annoyed by Jeb Crowell'shammering other fellow's habits,try 10
cities have-a fact known by every and ACE League Con will hold his First Quar stand and share
many by memberships are voluntarily com Fellowship at night Jeb was build hia Inter",
village Feb.
metropolis or Sunday,
the outskirts of Mt. Moriah terly Conference
at
welcomed Music by
been although the I gress. and
office porch-
the front
Ing Into himself a new So if my practising
and members are ing : only
trash. All officers
and by 15.
shacks junk choir. Introductory sermon
not
roadside signs, drive has to
the above introductory statement the editors of ,official membership the "earlblrda" Rev. W. J. Strong, pastor of the asked to be present. The public the only time that he could" give annoys you, come on Over,
With Among
.,\' "Better Homes & Gardens" have announced a campaign to opened yet.who have already paid great Nebo Baptist Church. Thurs Is Invited at all times. it was after sundown t. bor,with your fiddle or pit!
in prizes will be music by Allen Chapel decided the best thing .Join me! Maybe it will end
"Help Clean Up America" in which $6,100 their 1948 memberships are: A. day night Finally we
awarded. O. Andreu, National Plastics Dig choir. Sermon by Rev A. T., Recent BirthsThe to do was all pitch in and helpour knowing and appreaau;
with the residents and Sayer. Friday night music by over with as another better...in an ev
' remedy for this ugliness lies plays, Inc., W. H. Nollman and get the carpentry
"The
I\. to Choir. Solos by Mary Shadycrest Hospital announces Finished good fellowship. And IU'
... magazine continues. "It is not hard Buck Jones Newcomb stated.At Congress soon as possible. We did. |
f of each city the Royal and Prof. L. A. Williams the following birthS: evening-and Jeb to provide the beer that}m]
enough public pressure luncheon meet- next
the porch
which will generate I their regular
launch a crusade 'one woman directors of the The program was very good. The Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Earl treated us to ice cold evenings of good fellowship! |
One or the
:, to rid one road of junk and trash. man ing Monday Southern Female Quartette ren Strickland, Starke, boy, James gratefully .
do it through one of the many civic-minded clubs. Chamber tentatively set Tuesday dered five selections Then Sun Earl Dec. 26. beer and cider. 11
'I can "Once fully cleaned the roadside in its restored health Feb. 24, as the date of the which annual day at 3 p. m. the New Bethel Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lacy Douglas From where I sit, that's what ./ Jtc9ce" '/

\ will suggest adoption of a sound zoning and planting extend pro- be Membership held in the Dinner USO building., I Choir rendered a song service,, Starke, boy, James Edwin being a good neighbor means. 1 IaCopyrig6t,1948 '>'J:
To be effective, this planting program must will will and the Rev. L. M. Lattimore of Jan. 15.:
gram. drive get
considerably beyond the city limits. Skillfully done, the The membership before that date, however Gainesville, Moderator of the 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Guy Par- ,United Statti Prcucrs fatfiimt
'I., safety." under way Jerusalem ,, Brooker, Myra Jan. 15
planting can also add greatly to highway Newcomb stated. Another Baptist Association rlsh, girl
Some civic organization in Starke would have every- members who wish to pay --

thing to gain and nothing to lose by entering the "Clean UpAmerica" their memberships before the
contest. Some of our approaches to town are fair, drive opens may mall their checkIn
others shameful, and ALL could stand improvement. to Secretary Lucian Conner, the f
are @
J
"JOTl L gjtfr
I I
town Y
4 Even if we did not win a prize from the magazine, the president said. ;
." would still benefit in a material way by presenting greater The three new shuffleboard
':', eye-appeal to tourists, causing more of them' to desire to courts, paid for by the Chamber,
while in Starke. are complete with the exception
and spend a .
stop
S. highway this matter and it is hoped to r 4irve>
U. of
:. Now that our town is on a marking next J(JVC,Iffc"P
for
than before. have them ready play
is more important ever
of scenic approaches
i impressions are lasting ones, and a tourist's first impression week. They are primarily for
1: First the pleasure of tourists and other KIV.K
,. of town is gained at the city limits. -
t't, a visitors, but townspeople are wel- rT *
:' come to use them also, it was '
Power & Light mitting an upward adjustment I If said. Cues will be kept In the C .
[V'I', Fla. the cost of fuel oil used In gen
I of C office.
Announces crating electricity should go above : rviy /
't barrel. Newcomb urges everyone to attend 1
$2 a
** /
Rate Adjustment the Tourist Club meeting In *
"Our cost of oil has shot up; I *
the courthouse Tuesday night.
I, '. I' Officials of the Florida Power from $1.01 In June 1046, when WE<

I,, & Light Co. announced last week reduced rates, to 12.47 for December NEWS ABOUT t .

'i1, that a small upward adjustmentin 1947 resulting In a smal I
: rates has become necessary because -I COLORED PEOPLEBy 1(1. '
increase In the amount of the<
of the spiraling price of '
: customer's bill" the compan;;;)'
I W. W. Parker I
fuel oil. i/\4. !
.
stated. "This Increase will b ?. In a letter to customers the reduced automatically as the I Well. I note that they are tear- : '- ,-
r. company stated: "In June 1916, price of fuel oil goes down, and ling down Mt. Moriah M. E.

7:' when we made a voluntary rate will be eliminated entirely when I Church. That means we will soon Self service i is the bcstest so Take aduiCe.frvm: IifNe.! chit.
barrel In The cabinets wereJ empty ,
reduction of $2.1100,000, it was our the cost goes back to $2 a have all good church buildings I \
,,I o"' sincere" hope that we were helpIng "The adjustment on eacl I town. All the other churches Foodstecfttdnertty" onthef'' We emptied all the shelves Ongout nixt-food Jay'&atmomyousaidyouddhfeare
11 lead the way to hold the line month's bill will be based on th<, have thrown their doors open to friendly Jtf1
(- ; ; Mfe placed, we umz atJltneg Shop your.
,! against Inflation. We hoped that font of fuel oil used in generating them until they can build back. \
"|., others would follow and that theN electricity for the preceding montl Last week Bethel had an ac Ifwe played stare Ndtcheltyue; helped curves An&SB.ECTih'fh gou
N.. rise of prices would be ended. and Is figured as follows: one cident. Someone left the heater ri grocery
.:: However, for protection against half percent for each one percent burning and somehow the pipe .
't'r things taking the opposite turn Increase In the cost of oil ova came loose and smoked the

t., the rates included a provision per- $2 a barrel is added to the rate church all over so much they5c I PRINCE ALBERT, Can 9c RIBSTEAKS

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Beman's Superior Coffee, lb. 54c

rll"V, Best WHITE BACON, lb.. .

Maxwell House Coffee, lb. - 57c

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Fresh HAM, half or whole, -
Flour 25 Ib 2.55
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Deadem Brooms . 92C -
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tv 6, 1948 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGRAPII, STARKE, FLORIDA
PACK THREE:
. . .. Lauree Hall have been recent -------- l
visitors to Palatka. "Foxes of Harrow"Is was considered immoral. A thrilling day of next week t

B y.DEE 5Ev4lcr.Phone 52-J HamptonBy Visitors to Jacksonville Sun- Exciting Drama complications climax is that.provided result by when the i Five suspects all with excellent .

J: Mrs. HartmannB :\1",. M. day were :Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeWilliams .she motives and all with ex- :
_OLLOW 'WM. ITO"" C. Sweeney Offered At FloridaWhen marries Mllland, scion of a '
and family, Mr.' and (distinguished family, and on the cellent opportunities -- for the
Mrs. Clarence Cooper and chil- "The Foxes of Harrow" threshold of a great political murder of a patient and a nurseIn
MISCELLANEOUS: SHOWER dren.
: opens Sunday at the Florida The- career. a hospital are the central figures

Prevatt Honoring of: South Mrs. Emory Starke Mlddleton, the for- . . . ; will atre,be moviegoers afforded In this section Exciting: New Mystery In this thrill-packed film.
a rich slice of one
TARLING'SGROCERY mer Miss Betty Jean Adkins, of of this nation's most tumultuousand "The year's( most refreshing
GrahamBy
Hampton, a lovely shower was exciting stories Louisianain screen personality" are the words

given in the Christian Church Mrs., John McKlnney the brilliantly colorful, yet the critics are using to describe

& MARKET last esses Wednesday for this occasion afternoon.were Host Mrs. . . brooding the Civil and War.troubled days priorto of Alastair Inspector Sim Cockrill who plays In the"Green role o iv TiMr' T, i

Q. P. Wadsworth. Mrs. C. L. Mrs. Rosalie Rader and children .e.a
SPECIALS FEBRUARY 6 7 May. Mrs. J. O. Lamoreaux and and brother, Pete Starring Rex Harrison and for Danger" the suspense-laden ..
'EEK END Mrs. J. F. Johnson. Precedingand Rader of Pen Maureen O'Hara. this exciting mystery film that comes to the ++,n
ney Farms were guests last Wednesday film depicts the day when New Florida screen and Fri a
OCATION: CORNER CALL & CHERRY STS.pecials' following the presentation of; Orleans had become Thursday mw,.
the many lovely gifts to the hon- afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. the Paris of
oree, musical! selections were I John McKInney. the New World' French at first
played by Miss Ann Roberts of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Marlow of and then Spanish, it reached Itsplcturl'Bque Be Safe lie Sure Be Satisfied
Galore'GENUINE Lake Butler. Inverness were visiting Mrs. Annie peak under the dom- ,- -
Open-faced sandwiches, date- Ward Saturday. ination aristocrats of the luxury-loving Creole If you are Interested In ran, see' UB before you buy. Remember
Against this back-
nut bread and coffee were served Mrs. Bun le Broughton and I ground "The Foxes of Harrow" the advantages offer you!
by Sylvia May, Peggy HInson and daughter Chlspcr were guests of tells the story of Stephen Fox a 1. Sufficient storage capacity to Insure you a steady supplyof
Shirley Dennison members ot Mrs. Rosalie Rader at Penney I dashing and daring gambler who ,..<..
ARGENTINA Each' Mrs. Prevatt's Sunday School Farms last week. came to New Orleans with an %. GM at a most reasonable price.S. .

class. Mrs. Will Melton and son Theo- ,Indomitable dream of power, and Trained service men to do your Job.
Among the out-of-town guests dore and son Eugene were din of his fiery romance with the r
Beef 43' attending this affair were: Mrs. .ner guests Wednesday at the I proud and beautiful Creole, Odalle. SLADE GAS CO. Inc.
f1 Clarence Roberts Miss Ann Rob- : home of Mr. and Mrs. John Mc- ,
Woman With
A
orn erts,Lake Butler; Mrs. W. A. An- I Kinney. Next Tuesday and Pant Two doom from It. U. Track on Call St. Phone 121
drews, Mrs. Ara Moltt, Mrs. Ira I Wednesdaythe
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Altman and Florida will present "Imper-
Wilson. Mrs. J. C. Wynn. Starke; Mrs. Elijah Strickland of Nichols feet Lady", a romantic melodrama .
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Mrs. Fred S. Dodd and Mrs. W. P .. .
and Mrs.
Florrie McKinney of -
starring Ray Mllland! and l -- -- -
Durden, Keystone Heights.Dr. Gainesville were recently visiting Tl'r"'l1aVrlght.. It Is a woman's EFFICIENTThis
SSHJNTRY Eggs Doz. SIc, George D. Beckwith ofGloversvllle their mother, Mrs. Annie Ward story, about a woman whose rep- +
N. Y., who Is spend who is very ill. All her friends utation Is caught In a net of cir- funeral home" is dedicated to reliable -
ing the winter at Park-of-the- wish her a speedy recovery. cumstantial evidence against her. service. There are no boundary
Palms, Keystone Heights was Remember prayer meeting every Tl'reNVrlght portrays a pro- tines to the territory tee are always
Wednesday night and church fessional dancer in Victorian Eng ready
guest speaker at the Christian to serve.
FACTORY Church last Sunday evening. He every second and fourth Sundayat land, when such an occupation
Sugar 39 brought a very interesting message the Christian Church. Everyone 0) *:
PACK C Is welcome. I
lb. chart., with his large Gospel I Ir Relief At Last I II' DEWITT C. JONES

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Mr. and Mrs. Claude May spent
several days last week visiting ; REAL ESTATE STAKKR I PHONE: T
For Your
points of interest in South Flor- Lint ,your property for sale CoughCreomulslon AMBULANCE SERVICE!

ITATDES 51bs. 39cI with me. I, have sold many
(: ida.Fred relieves promptly because Funeral Director
pieces of and have
property
D. Ella'nll. of the Merchant it goes right to the seat of the
Marine returned home last week many prospective buyer A trouble to help loosen and expel Our local funeral home enables us to
for a brief visit with his family. square deal Is guaranteed. A to germ laden phlegm,and aid nature offer conveniences and ,services not
soothe and heal tender Inflamed
fair commission It all that I re raw -
While on his recent trip, he visit bronchial mucous mem- otherwise available.
:' ed Bremen, Germany and Oslo, quire. As at, member of the branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa
TWO TALL Norway.Mr. Realty Board you may ,be bottle of Creomulslon with the un-
I LI( 2"5 and Mrs. Eugene Hall and assured that' I1111 representyou derstanding\ must like the way it We furnish the highest; type service at the, lowest prices ate|
FOR C small son moved to Hampton recently to the bent of my a::mty. to quickly have allays your money the cough back.GREOMULSION'or. you are accept ANY life insurance policy In force. Issued by ANY com
from Starke. N. I). WAINWRIGIIT JR. : parry as payment In part or in full on a funeral. Consultation

Friends of Spencer May son of Kealtor1 1I'hono 154: ] carries. no obligation. .
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Couzhs Chl.t Cold .
Bronchitis
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. May and 6 : ]

Gloria Williamson, daughter of -
of fee Maxwell House 49c Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Williamson,
In Tin Each will be glad to hear of their im
provement after being hospitalizedfor
several days. 'jionI14nao948'J'OAT
Mrs. Ed Durban and family of (
BIG 22oz. Can EACHork..Beans'.10
Lawtey spent last Wednesdaywith (
her parents Mr. and Mrs !
J. L. Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Van Alstine
left Saturday for a visit with relatives -

,,' In Pearson, Ga.
Mrs. B. L. Hlnaon and little -
daughter, Brenda Sue are spend- .
33'" Bleach each 9'c'e ing this week in Tampa as guests Af -
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rlef and ,

family. r'
Mrs. Lynn Hall spent! Mondayand
Tuesday In Valdosta, Ga.,
Appreciate Your Patronage Very Much
I visiting friends. FINE CAR MADE EVEN FINER
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Episcopal AuxiliaryMet Ladies Luncheon Day Thomas-Deaver WSCS Circle Met WMU Meetings -

I and CLUBSWoman.s
SOCIETY AfternoonCircle Held
MondayThe Next Wednesday ...errL4ir Monday Tuesday

One of the Methodist Circle! Two of
Woman's Auxiliary of St. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid announc" the Ba1tR t
WSCS met at the home of Mrs. met Tuesday
Club Will Bingo And BridgeTo Mark's Episcopal Church held Its this week that Ladies' Lunch.- afternoon Q
afternoon. home
L. A. Davis on Monday of Mrs.
At regular monthly meeting in the Day will be held again on Wednesday \y r. ,
Be Enjoyed
and Mrs. of
Hear Dr. Bowls and vases gladioli, aza- Twenty-one
church center Monday afternoon. February 18, in the Woman' members' Wm
Club Meet leas and pot plants were, used in members and
Tourist one
Club. Reservations can be visitor .
Luther Bridgers
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Mra.\ Edward Burns, who wasa decorating the spacious rooms In the hostess- rooCt..
O. L. Beas living
made by calling Mrs.
the
to Dloacesan con
t Dr. Luther Bridgers of thy ley at 97.Hostessea.
vention held In Jacksonville, Jan. krn
Carolina Conference, re local people are cordially Invited Twenty-one members and one for decorating.The .
North will be Mrs. R. P.
and world-wld nowned speaker cerning accomplishments there. Stubbins, Mrs. J. R. Kite, Mrs\ meeting was calle ..
4. traveler, will address the member erlng of the Starke Tourist Club der by the leader
se M. F. Brown, and Mrs. Beasley. Ing.Mrs. Mrs,
" St of the Woman's Club of Stark next Tuesday night at 7:30: 0'- Plans were discussed for redecorating Bridge will begin at 10:30.: O. L. Haynes, circle leader after which words from CJ

en Wednesday February 11, clock in the Woman's Club Building the Rectory.The However,, these desiring to be b f presided over the business meet "Rescue the Perishing"L1

at the regular meeting 1 ir on Walnut Street. social hour was very much present for luncheon only may arrive ing. Mrs. W. J. Churchwell was by Mrs. Charlie Powell !

the club building. Dr. Bridgerwill Tables for bingo, bridge, and enjoyed the occasion being Mrs. at 12:80 at which time i It r''' t appointed spiritual life chairman During the business

speak on "International Rela' other card games will be provided Bums' birthday. will be served. from the circle to work with the several names M

tlvna", and will be introduced tc) and prizes will be, awarded Delicious refreshments were All tourists are invited to come, general chairman of spiritual, life shut-ins, and all were gtv?!]|
his listeners by Mrs J.'Church-- to winners. served Mrs. O. L. and Mrs. Her- member
by Beasley but reservations must be made by; Mrs: Paul McLaurin asked! to make visits u.1
well, Chairman of the department t Hans Walker is chairman of Mrs. Mattie Gahagan. Tuesday morning. bert Deal, and Mrs. At.
of International. relations for the the entertainment committee for long were received into' the circle behalf of Mr. Tom silent i p"

|\ club. the evening. His committee con- IntermediatesEnjoy Legiori To Hold '.' as new members. Is very 111. At this Chasllq

Preceding"'Dr.' Bridgers talk,' sists of Mra. Hans Walker, Mr. }, Mrs. W. Q. .Halle, program L. D. Haines tune,

Mrs. Church well.wyj .present the and Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Jim Night PartyThe Open House EventOpen t11 chairman, presented the interest Mrs. L. offered praye;

following,, p* grSnt, -Three plane I Ritch of Raiford, and Mrs. J. W. Miss: Myrtle Thomas ing program during which time D. Haines pr'

solo's rendered-by;: the speaker'! Kincaid. Intermediate Fellowship house will be held Tuesday Mrs. L. D. Vining led the devotional chairman, presented an 1Jt.
of the Methodist Church :Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Starling an-
wife, Mrs. Bridgers, entitled A variety of entertainment is Group night, February 10, by the American Mrs. Herbert Ritch gave ing program for the atilt
"Spinning'heel", by Raff, short enjoyed a party in the recreation Legion Post 56 of Starke, nounce the engagement of their article our missionary workin her topic being "FlnanKingdom"
to be provided, including a an on
"Etude", by Arensby, and "Imi- program. building Friday evening at 7 o'- Post Commander Albert L. Crosby daughter. Myrtle Virginia, toJames Japan,'and Mrs. W. J. Church- .. Mrs. W, B. '

tatlon of a Music Box", by Bohn. clock. announced this week. Welners, William Deaver, son of well sang a lovely solo entitled"I der gave the devotional,
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Deaver of
Dr. and Mrs., Bridgers will Join UDC Meeting Many exciting group games soft drinks, and coffee will be Brunswick. Ga. Heard the Voice of Jesus Say", ,verses from a chapter of t tl,

each other at the piano to render were enjoyed by members duringthe served for refreshments.The accompanied at the piano by Mrs. of Luke. Those taking

a duet entitled "Barcarolle", Held WednesdayThe evening, after which delightful affair will be held in the Miss Thomas Is a graduate of A. Z. Adkins. the program were Mrs. A Pi:'
Bradford School and la A
High
by Offenbach. refreshments were served by Legion Home on Call Street. All em-
be den
The March meeting will Mrs. Powell
In the office of Clerlt) of and
W. T. Weeks Chapter of Mrs. S. A. Weldon, who is the ployed
A Tableau "My Country", will veterans, regardless of Legion
held at the home of Mrs. L D. Frazier Shaw. Mrs
1 the UDC held their regular mother of the the Circuit Court. Ira 1\i
be presented by a group of local 1 January program membership, and their families
monthly meeting at the home of chairman, Billy Weldon. and friends are Invited. Mr. Deaver is a graduate of Vining. Mrs": and Mrs. C. R. McKinney: ,
people.
young Mrs. R. A. Green on Wednesday Glynn Academy at Brunswick, During the social hour ed a duet, "Blessed Red
The members and
following
The BHS Glee Club, directed by Davis served delightful refresh
afternoon. Mrs. O. McGrlff was Ga., and Is an associate of Tip accompanied at the piano bJ
Mrs L. A. Canova, will present co-hostess with Mrs. Green. Red visitors were present to share this LongStaleyFriends Top Grocery.The ments to those present. Andrews. )

two folk numbers. happy occasion: Marybeth\ Lane,
date
of the will
roses and greenery were used in of Comer Long will be wedding Circle Two met Monday afternoon Mrs. Charlie Register b-1
Mrs. R. A. Green, President, Chambers Green be announced later.
where Marilyn Judy ,
the business decorating the living room Interested to learn of his marriage at the home of Judge and coupons to be sent to the orl
i will preside over I members gathered for their meet- Phoebe Green, Hazel Bryant, on Saturday, January 31, Mrs. E. K. Perryman. Mrs. Bertha ;

meeting. Ing.Mrs. Ernestine Bryant, Tommy Slade, to Mrs. Colley Staley of Crescent Shower Wednesday Pearce was co-hostess with Mrs. age.The meeting adjourned ,
for the afternoon are
Hostesses
as follows: Mrs L. A. Davis, Mrs. E. K Perryman, president, Billy Weldon, Jimmy Weldon, I City. They were married in For Recent Bride Perryman. prayer by Mrs. Ara Moltl;

Titus Olson, Mrs. Ruby Johns, presided over a short business Martha Weldon, Rev. and Mrs. Folkston, Ga., in the Baptist par- Mrs. F. H. Long, chairman,, which a social hour was eI!m

meeting which was opened with I sonage, the Baptist pastor offici- Mrs. Robert Lappe whose presided over a short business Mrs. Andrews, assisted by
marriage
Mrs. P. L. Bridges, Mrs D. L. Gil- W. J. Churchwell, Mrs. S. A. Wel.I
the Lord's Prayer repeated In I ating at the ceremony.Mr. was an event of January session. Mrs. Charles Oakes and Palmer Williams and Mr* i
cox, Mrs. H. C. Brown Mrs. S. nison.! This was followed by the don, and the Fellowship Counselor and Mrs. Long will make 28, was honoree Wednesday after Mrs. J. W. Kincaid were appointedas Thomas, served delicious
Mrs. L. A. ,
L. Peek, Shepherd
salute to the American and Confederate Miss Carol White. their home In Deland. noon at a lovely china and crystal members of the flower and ments to the guest
\
Mra. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. Harry
Flags, led by Mrs. L. A courtesy committee. The flower Next meeting will be |
d, Lappe, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, and shower given for her by Mrs. i:
Mrs. Arthur McRae. Davis. Emily Denmark from 3:30: until committee having charge of placing home of Mrs. L. D Haines

S Mrs. Mattie Gahagan, chapter 5:30: in the American Legion Hall. flowers in the church for

historian, gave a very interesting Mrs. February are Mrs. Kincaid, for Circle Three met at the S
Lappe, Mrs. Denmark, Mrs.
talk on Southern authors Wood- I 1fL6LtcfrRemember Feb. 8, Mrs. Titus Olson for Feb. of Mrs. M. F Hazen on '
Harry Lappe, and Mrs.\ C. J.
fin Henry Grady and Ben Almes Powell 15, and Mrs. W E. Middleton for afternoon.Mrs. .
greeted guests during the
\n,3: I Williams. appointed hours. Guests were Feb. 22.The W. J. EppE'r on. Sr i

I During the social hour, Buzzle seated In a semi-circle around the worship service and prayer the Devotional and gave; 81

Green, young son of Mr. and Mrs. the famous quotation I clerk for the Farm Home Ad- hall, where a color scheme of pink were given by Mrs. I. P. Shepherd erestlng talk on Tithing, 0:

R. A. Green delighted the ladies about Uncle Sam's postmen? .1 ministration Fannie is the and white was used throughout In her subject being taken taking part on the program i

with two lovely piano solos. Can't recall the exact words, but I sister of Abe who is well remem- decorating. Miss Betty Denmark, from the book of James.A Mrs, T. B. Harding and M-iJ

Mrs. Perryman and Mrs. Green the general Idea is that wind, nor bered by many friends here from Miss Ann Cressler, Miss\ Katherine report was given by Mrs, Futch. Mrs. J. M. Brownlai

YOU Don't Have rendered several piano selections, rain nor snow can keep them I the time he used to work in Colson. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson, Perryman, chairman of social relations a special prayer for Mission:!
waij
'' and group singing of old familiar from making their appointed Sternberg's during the early daysof Jr., assisted in serving and caring : concerning the Seminar The business session
Intentional Collisionsbut rounds And the held recently In Leesburg.Mrs. sided over by Mrs. H. L Brl
songs was enjoyed.The same thing Blending She is succeed- for guests during the afternoon.
n hostesses served refresh- might be said for the crowd that ing Jo Nell Wilkins who resigned Guessing games were enjoyed, A. Wood discussed the life lee, circle leader. Mrs. HI

every year persons payout ments in the dining loom, where always turns out for the annual because of the lure of wedding supervised by Mrs. Claire Cottrell. and religion of Gandhi. Starling closed the meeting

thousands of dollars because the Valentine motif was carriedout. Birthday Ball Seems to me bells Hear that George Kenls Arranged In the center of the Mrs. Oakes and Mrs. C. H. Barton prayer. )

The dining table was over- 'twas a trifle slimmer this year- is currently In Sanford trying out hall were three large tables. The ; gave articles from "The Mrs. Hazen, assisted by

their cars are burned, laid with a pink linen cloth and due to the untimely rain, no doubt with the New York Yankees center table was overlaid with a Methodist Woman" concerningIndia. lay .Newsome, served tasty|

stolen or Involved In colli centered with tall candelabra hold- But still sufficient numbersto Congratulations, and good luck! cloth of Italian cutwork, and held reshments during the

Ing red lighted tapers surrounded assure everyoneta. very enjoy, Nice to see Bobby Biggs back gifts; of the bride's chosen pattern Mrs. Long closed the meeting. .. hour.IN .

sins.BuyAutomobil.Com.prehensive by an arrangement of flowers in able evening .' ', ,. along Call Street after a tour in of crystal and china. A large with prayer. : CIRCUIT cornr. note

and Collision 'Insarance heart shape. Tall red lighted Tokyo Haven't had a chanceto pInk crepe paper umbrella reposed During the latter part of the COUNTY. PLOHIUAl II CCHHY

tapers were used on the serving It's always kind of a home- Interview him yet but I bet over the table, having four afternoon, members were served Tommy Collttl! (Alan Know*

before it's too 'late. table. Clever party napkins were coming event, and among the he's got plenty of tall tales to single pink streamers which terminated delightful refreshments by the ,Oaetano.. Collttl Defendant), Plaintiff(Ot virlno

used, further carrying out the younger ex-Callstreeters returning tell at the four corners of hostesses, who were assisted by 6301. i Collttl
It for the occasion was Joe Mon- the table. Miss Kate Struth and Mra. J. H. ORDER PrnLirATIOS
Charley: E. Johns Valentine scheme. Centering the table wasa AND NOTICE TO APPEtf
,
telth, up from Euatls and sportln'a If you chance to meet Edith miniature bride. Ritch. STATE OF FLOIUf ti, lot.COlltUI .
mighty pretty red shirt whnne renldenci' mil
Agency WCTU EntertainedBy ; Manning on the street you'd bet Other crystal and china gifts < Is unknown.You .
Down from Jacksonville were ter don dark Woodman CircleAll .. mil'''
'cause required
your glasses were displayed on a table flankIng are
t 'Phone 13 8TAKK1C, ETA. Mrs. BrownleeAn Ivan[ Hazen and Mildred Hundley, she's the Marrh 8. 11)48 In the above>1
sportln' a mighty center
pretty table, where a I Court And cause, whu-uli, pia J
the; latter most becomingly turned diamond Roy Rayj- naturally large bouquet of white narcissi members of the Woodmen "eke divorce. prndford r*1
Interested group of members I out in a black number that com- Circle No. 278 have a special Invitation Telegraph phall publish tlilii1(
the donor and fern
... was They formed the centerpiece.An l I..u"
afternoon at the bined all the best features of the \ I In next four weekly
gathered Friday haven't set a date for the wed exquisite lace cloth was used. to meet at the Maramar Wltnena my hand andseal .f'
home of Mrs. H. L. Drownlee for old look and the new look . Hear Grill on Tuesday night at 6 o'- at StArke, norUIn, 'M r
.. ... ding as yet that Shad Gracing the south end of the .
... 4, 1945.OFFICIAL .
the January meeting of the Laura In fact, it was a look for the Bryant (assistant BHS coach) of. hall was the lace-covered table clock for dinner, after which the imrv( SE.\T.) A. J'ld '

RcprwcntlnaTHB HartfordSpecials Scott WCTU. book, and never have I seen a fered the boys a nlckle from which regular meeting will be held at A. Clerk ft C
a pointIf guests were served Star Pi
intriguing one Freddie the WOW hall at 7:30. T Frank I.andrum ;.B
Business of importance was more they'won the Hawthorne game refreshments. Here the punchbowl : Atty for Pit. "

brought before the group and Wlmberly upheld honors for the Tuesday night Must have excited graced the center, flankedon

satisfactorily disposed of. Two local lassies by appearing in a them, for they lost but either side by white tapers

new members were welcomed at stunning; white strapless gown 'twas a marvelous game, anyway tied in the center with white ribbon

this time. Delicious refreshmentswere that billowed bewitchingly as she My State Farm operator reports and held by crystal holders. D4

served by the hostess, assisted danced Buddy, Wilt and Pat Mc Mrs. Lester Kite presided at the

by Mrs. L. D. Haines. As a Griff are quite the fans of the punch bowl.
w
fitting close to this meeting a Of cour"", It wouldn't officiallybe CaldwelN Seems that every Sun ntmbl your Jw. th art wIM rokam el Iw and admk.den-

beautiful solo, "It Pays To ServeJesus" a birthday ball without theN btavlifully rkhly calorad. ( I
day night they pay a visit PTA
HeldIn
was sung by Mrs. Madge it'Sternbergs, who haven't missed Could be the good eats, or the Meeting 1 1b

Futch, at the request of those a one since the Idea first daughters? or maybe both! USO Last WeekThe r e7
assembled. originated more than a decade
4 .
ago and sure enough they PTA met Wednesday after

MI were up from Daytona and imparting noon, January 28, in the BUS
Glad to know that the
case of
incidentally, the news auditorium. Mrs. Junius Smith,
DKgl.C that Sam (Dr. S.) :Stemberg!' and the missing handbags has been President, presided over the business -
Florence In the throesof at least partially solved thanksto
wife are meeting.
TARKE FL-:. housebuilding otherwise, the ingenuity; of Mrs. C. L.

+,, too Wise Seems that she had one Proceeds received by the PTA
have ,
they might come along, '
,snatched from the emitting from the October PTA
Sun. Mon. Feb. 8-9 Claude Johns, another out- car, as had carnival were divided / HEMTCAU- SOl D IROCADI NVUr
of-towner, up from Bello Glade I several other ladies in her neigh and approved ,," in rich thocofacliwl" will chaw* OU0"n.M.al s.
; THE WEB and doing his bit to make the Ball borhood, no she decided to uie a"plant" as follows in the 1948 1..1 Ib. |.JO hocolaM.* .. .. ,1 '" 10)rIb.

success And, oh yes .- be- to trap the thief She budget: rC > 4.OO CMTS COHCIOIW RNsrsaT'' twrt

".. Kdmond O'Brien Elks: fore I forget It seems the $13 stuffed an old handbag with newspapers $15 to corresponding secretary's. .MMirr.I.l ...d milk and i3 ih Oal ?enowlot.......' 7.11

; Pure Uulntft, \%'m. HpiullxAl question Is who holds umber 6? and left It on the scat of expense. "' .. ).. Ib. 1.7S (Not NlMnatxl) 2lb. '"*

LARD30c.lb. ..<. "Football Highlights" In all the hurry and flurry the car, then she and her husband $11>0 for financing Friday night

<.. Jts N'eTuoii. \\'' the sponsors forgot to announcethe went Inside the house (for recreation! programs held In the

----------.. winner of the permanent mer Ray residence on N. Walnut) USO.
ONLY Feb. 10 $80 for visual aid
raffle, and if Number 6 will please pulled the shades and kept watch program, Including -

:<. step forward Ruby Johns will be Sure enough, before long a entire school.
I Laurel& HardyIn $100 to
glad to administer the curls colored "gen'mun" came along elementary library. D 1
Factory Packed and, after satisfying himself that $40 to music department for WfrK
C-IUllT.f1IU If CAM HOMfMltnjm I-CAMMMM COMPACT n ,
In Hear Marian llrown popped the coast was clear, snatched the expense In sponsoring! University Half ounce In .."ij)>l" an-iliap...d trmpnan in 1 old." taw. .36'
SUGAR51bs.40c Bohemian Girl home from FSU last werkend on bag from the car Mr. and Glee Club here sometime this .ifl boa ......................a.oo .ha0.d b.. !
D-1IUIn IIICISID IOU" COMPACT 151111 MIS UT h ,
AUo "BatM-H In G....1.. gold h.gc.w dupln5 p.wdwRobb .. 11 qM!
,., and Late News Before returning to the culprit redhanded, so now he's During the business meeting, a nutal.u..a.7$ G4. b.a.d.(pyt{ IweaMd) .

: halls of learning seems aha pre safely lodged in the city Jail committee of three was appointed

UtMi.:--T'i' : i :n vailed upon Piney (her doting Maybe what we need around here to meet with the teachers: to

\ IKJUULK FEATURE mama) to make some piano re- I.l more brainwork like Mrs. make a survey in reference to tfor Li3trollf

Wise's getting on the Southern accredited Hair
33' BLEACH cordings for Marian to take backto
list. R
San Quentin Tally and play for all her -
Seem that we hate In our Also, a committee was appointed -
friends Hear Piney did her
llc midst a young lady who has been to meet with the school board r-CWCVf MAI* Slush -cI.w khr* .M! nw MM.
qt. of "When You Anti I
: With Lawrence Tierney specialty S r.w of pmrnnin S nlon.4.CARPENTER'S .
Were in screen-tested by 20th Century with reference to getting bus 0-PIRTR TSAVSI S5..Nair
Young: Maggie" ( every- and dMhN hrnh, bsth
I Fox. and the brief film will\ be transportation for children who 'd$i Nylon bhtl.., uiatthi'p iamb
SMh.r.1N sIp.
Dude RangerWith thing from waits to- polka) and shown Sunday afternoon 3:13 at live in outlying sections in order pw NN................. ..... ...,... 'Ulf1lX NYLONS-
Milton Sweet
the always breathtaking "Ave N-ceucINr'NAIR SRUSN elar s;,;.;:.::d s.. anlN ''ar Ren
Marla" Too bad there can't the Florida Theatre This tal- that they might attend the Fri- h.ndl..spwnhR Nrloa bddh.'er..e.nt.h.p.2.15 Y:ele.." "p..h'n,
PEAS12c George O'llrlen be of enter Miss Is Bobbie Jean, dotterof day night recreation programs !in O.,
duplicate pressings privately IActct.
.
Also Latest ]etasFri. Charlie and Jill Oakes and I the USO. to 1fI/ .
made records, for I know lots of -... '.rr
I ''"'7tI '-=-;;:' know all Callstreeters will wantto Mrs. Green, Chairman of Health, ---s.Sd.
'> 13 14 Callatreeters who would pay col- -Yailatinrs .Ra.., """
canSwift's I IKfULK FEATt'IlE Icctor's-ltem prices for a copy of see this little lady perform on was In charge of the afternoon 'a',,o, $ .'.&

those Piney made for Marian film I can vouch that she's rogram. S1Je presented Dr. 0.Y. 1IT

JewelShortening Terror By Night adorable "in person" Covington, who spoke to ppy W V fLLy
;jnembers concerning the recent Is..wet.. .
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Add welcome newcomers: Fannie t.d .M., nn.t a.1.2$ -

J ;( Iloall Ilathboae, Nigel Bruce Surasky who arrived this week So long See you In the next Diphtheria scare, stressing that SYMPHONYtosaL t.aw.l NOTE PIPER '%
there is far fear of
no cause .
an
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from Brooksville to become office' i -Carolyn.ALVAREZ' Ma 2e sawN.4 D vsks s4l.lJe
epidemic. He also described various -
Bar 20 JusticeWith '
Ii -- --- --- services the health clinic is
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35c 't
.., lb. William Boyd I ClothlnJr .11 offering In Bradford County. > Fiipt t'

i II Also Short A Chapter C EE's Mrs. L. L. Caaova hostess DURiiNTEPAoue
h 1804 II Your Rexall JIMMY
"IA5ST JOOLE" served I refreshment prior to the Drug Store
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U'> FE RU.\RY 6, 1048 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STAKKE. FLORIDA PAGE nva ,

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of LOCAL NEWSand Mrs. A Z. Adktna attended the Dr. J. M. Hembree returned to seal! at St..ke. Florida, thin Feb I
lilTS Lily Pons Concert In Jacksonville his home Thursday after spending ruary 4, 1945.OFP'ICIAL .

Thursday night. She was the the past three weeks in Chicago, As( Clerk. of SEAL said) Court.A. J. Thorn, \
overnight guest there of her sister 111., where he took a postgraduatecourse K- K. Electric Service & Supply
Mrs- A. Z. Adkins Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Hall of Mrs L. L. Roane. at Cook County Hospital.He Atty. forrraftatt-Starke. Flit.4t :2.J;
I I1'l3
their I I Citra last
guests last weekend :were guests weekendat Mrs. C. O. Dupuis of Alachuaand was accompanied by Mrs. ('U1'U'll'"I'N or ('111011 vrw K. CALL ST. STARKE. FLA. i
niece. Mr. and Mrs. the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. John Jones and Earl' Sum- Hembree. lH"SOl.l"rJO I
and'Judge U. Morgan and ... I
family.
Lvia Miami .1. Name
And
of mers of llr The
High Springs were guests Save at Bankstlale's Sale.Friends Authority
0
Emma Carl- Miss Mildred Hundley and Ivan The M.lf. OC Florida Electrical Contractors
[ sister, :Mrs. Hazen of Jacksonville spent Sunday Sunday afternoon of Mrs. M. L. will regret to learn of TO Al.K TO WHOM TIII,SJo: 1MIK.
t Jacksonville. Maynard and Mrs. W. B. Alex- the death Monday night of JamesM. r 1ll SHALL: COME. UKKKT- Licensed Electricians
Baxter of evening at the home of Miss :
ander.
Ld Mrs 0. W. Hundley's brother-in-law and sister Anderson, 88, of Highland. He This III' to certify. that. whereas,
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I were dinner guests last Miss -Marian Brown of Talla- was the father of Mrs. A H. DC. Jones. Stark. Florida AUTHORIZED SALES Jfc; SERVICE FOR CKOSLKVMAYTAG
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williams. AU.i V. Jones. .
Ingram. hassee Mtnrkv, Klorlda'
Carrie enjoyed a visit last week-
|of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Land Henry of Starke. A. M. Darby. Mtarkv. Florid NOUOE AND UNIVERSAL
BaHkwIaleM Sale. end with her parents Mr and did on..th< 11th day of
at were visiting relatives In Mayo Mrs. Clifton Brown. Mrs. Effie Johns was a guest A. r>. 19ZH cnUHD to be Incorporated U..mb"r.. MAJOR APPLIANCES
I Shirley Pollet and chit Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday of Rev. yj1"/! the provlnloiiB of l-huptrr,
Mrs. K. O.
Duncan 6, I.awe .
was a guest of "Iorlda.te
where of
sunday for Cltra. HOOVER Sales A Service. The Wednesday of Mrs. T. E. Duncan, and Mrs. :Smedley: In Lake Butler 1925 Starke CornCo Holt MM*
(ill spend two weeks asof enly,,,outlet for genuine parts. in Gainesville She also visited her daughterinlaw Company. a corporation with It..
principal
and Mrs. Lester A. Mrs. Freeman Johns. place o( business at f
Mr. I Phoge,120. Smith' Garage. tI Paul Canova a student at St. Starke, Bradford County In the
Save at Ba 8tJale'. State of Florida and whereas. the Nowl I N.wl
Mrs\ ahd 'Mrs. A. W. Anderson Leo Fla., spent last weekend Sale proper officer. of niii-h rnrporatloii I
I spent -yesterday (Thursday) In visiting his mother Mrs. P. E. Miss Sara Barefoot and Mrs did' on the 89th day of .
.
A. D. 1948. Cause to !>.. filed In the .
Jacksonville Canova. A. E. McKinney spent Tuesday office of the Secretary of the state 'f'neHOME PERMANENT
= I Miss Lillian Stump left Wed- Miss Juru Patel has returned In Jacksonville. resolution of "Florida 1d"ly authenticated
adopted
by the
stockholders
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ct 'nesday of last week for Jackson- after spending a few days with under the provlMona of said
Po.loRcal
J D.lux. Kit with
ville where she left by plane for her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mrs. HostessTo flfciptvr) 10086. Lawn of Florida.'
=' Knight Acts of 198S, Showing: So."e dlnHnlntlon 5
Lynchburg, Va., Baltimore Md.. and Mrs. Merton Galloway of St.- of such corporation and the
and New York City on a ten- Augustine. Business CircleThe Secretary of State' 'In untliifled thai

pl The Little 4er day buying trip. Mr. and Mrs. Barney E. McRae compiled the requirements with. of law have been, PlA511GGURlfRfi

Word That DeEveny Mrs. C. L. Hill and daughter were in Pensacola 'last weekend, Business Women's Circle of IN; WlTtfHSM WtlKflKOF. I have
hereunto : ,
set hand and have
my af
the First Church
Baptist met
Tld- Patty of Pamona Calif., arrived where they attended funeral ser- fixed the Great Seal of the State ,
bra Tasty Sunday at the home of Mrs. Hill'smother vices Sunday for Mrs. McRae's Tuesday night with the leader, of Florida' at Tall"h""",,., the
The LAPPS Mrs. C. A.. Knight, presiding. 36 Capital ,this the twenty-ninth day
Jsoltl by Mrs. Bertha Pearce uncle Hilliard Bailey.L. of January A, D. 194. "

IKERV where they will enjoy a stay of F. Hutto Mr. and Mrs. M.\, members were present. (,SEAL' ) Secretary It. A.of BRAY Stale,
about two month. Mr. Hill will C. Wells Mrs. Shellie Hall and Mrs. F. B.,Beard gave the Devotional It

DONUTS arrive sometime during the latter daughter, Miss Sharon Hall were using verses from chap-
&ES CAKES part of March and will enjoy a guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. ters of the book of Joshua as her
AUTOMOBILE Homej mode eatterlHere's round for easier wind-
COOKIES visit here for several days before T. F. Hutto and family in Jack- text. The circle voted to try to Permanent They're
accompanying his family home. sonville. contribute money each week to- MAIIILITV INSURANCE whyThe: new TONI Ina.smootbercurl.Tbey'rerlbW
fesHional Plastic Curlers are big mo your hair won't slip. They'rertuiabl
Birthday & Wedding Miss Fannie Surasky of Brooks- Save at Bankadale's) Sale, ward helping underprivileged Although not rompuNoi\y\ It It ((50t more curling surface). to save you money I IRlfill
tvLAPPE vllle arrived Monday to make her Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Sapp were school children obtain a hot lunch much safer to carry Liability
I Cakes Our
residence fn Starke where she has guests last weekend of Mr. and each day. Innurancp. I represent only old New Deluxe Kit Kit.tvitliout ttrtrrn.t 1

accepted a position with the Farm Mrs. E. S. Oliver in Jacksonville Mrs. Knight presented a guest line, reliable stOCk rompunlc with plastic curlers $2 KtgHlar Kit.fbtr tnrter $1 is

Home Administration office. Mrs. P. E. Stone was a guest speaker, Rev. Maaliburn. Baptist Your business, will be appreci As Anua blw 'till

Save at BatUuulale'a Sale. Friday of her brother-in-law and Minister of Lake City. His topic ated.

BAKERY Mr. and Mrs. Resale Colson and sister Mr. and Mra.'E. M. Davis. "Living Memorial", was enjoyed 129V.. Call StreetOppnsite
In She was en route to her home in by all his listeners. Accompanying Bradford Co.
16 family spent Tuesday shopping Telegraph
PHONE Jacksonville. Archer from Washington D. C., I Rev. Mashburn was his wife Phone 15I KOCH DRUG STORESTARKE

where she had been a guest for Mrs. Mashburn, and Mrs! Chas.
.. several weeks of her soninlawand I,Shepherd.The N. I). Wainwright, Jr. FLA.

daughter Capt. and Mrs. S. ,
Every Branch of meeting adjourned with
Mtnton and family. prayer by the Baptist Pastor Rev.L. .
HOOVER Sales & Service. The D. Haines, after which a delightful -
INSURANCE only outlet for genuine: part social hour was enjoyed.The .

Phone 120. Smlth'H Garage. tf hostesses, Mrs. Gladys Har-
Mrs. C. B. Brown spent Mon- rington and Mrs. Elizabeth\ Seymour The LAST FEW DAYS "

day in Jacksonville on business. served delightful:, refreshments. -
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson .
H. c. WALL AGENCYPLEASE
Jr., and children, Mary Sue and
Diane will be in Tampa Friday Yes The LAST FEW DAYS To Shop and Buy
'Beta Club Chapter
PHONE 146 relativesand
through Sunday visiting Those JEWELRY GIFTS At HARLEY F. STRONG'SBIG
Constant Service Over 50 YearsSTARKE'S attending the State Fair Installed At BHS;
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mixon and
family were guests Sunday after- Scholarship Stressed SALE

noon of his brother and sister-in- ,
Scholarship and leadership are
law Mrs: Albert M.
Mr. and
SHOE REPAIRINGPROMPT :Mixon and son, Darrow and the the keynotes Beta of Club the organized local chapterof recently -

mother, Mrs. it!. E. Mixon.: at Bradford High School. Sale Ends Feb. 7 !
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sternberg of
--= Beach were weekend The new club is the first such or-
"'" Daytona
ganization the school has fostered .
guests at the home of Mr. and
: / LOWEST Mrs. Junius Smith. since 1936. .
Mrs. Harry Houston and Mrs.L. Ona Demorest Is head of the I

SERVICE PRICESe F. Dinkins spent Monday in Betha Club, and Audrey Prevatt On Everything

Gainesville.Mrs. is vice-president. Minnie Lou 20 % Qlrr

Mae Jones has returned to Hazen Id secretary-treasurer and
Jr. In The Store
,
her home in Jacksonville after Mrs. L. F. Smith Faculty

enjoying a few days' visit recently Is sponsor.

Specialize In "While-U-Wait" WorkWe with her brother-in-law and Billy Smith Is the only boy a- ----!
sister, Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mid- mong the BHS chapter's 10 members -
dleton. all of whom are seniors.
Appreciate Your Business E. Don of About 20 additional students from
F. Curry and Whitney $40,000 Stock At Your MercyWe
116 So. Walnut, Street Next To Hollingsworth North Charleston S. C., were the Junior class will be tappedby r
guests last weekend of Miss Gar- the Beta Club, when last se

nita Hutto at the home of her mester's grades are available.

parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Hutto. Called the "High School's Phi

STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES Save at Bankwlale'it Sale. Beta Kappa." the Beta Club Is
Are Forced To Reduce Our Stock To Present
Dr. and Mrs. Albert Hughes of a national organization for the

A Complete Line of Builders Supplies Toronto Canada accompanied by advancement of scholarship and Demands. Therefore You Profit By These Prices.
him 45; Across From S.A.L. Depot Delivery Service Miss Gerahart and Miss Obler achievement In the nation's high

:were luncheon guests Wednesday,, schools. One of Its purposes is I
'of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley\ to encourage the pursuit of higher
Sherwin-\Villiams Paints Falrbankll-1UorMl Dr. Hughes Is Editor of the "Chal.lenger" education.The .

Taint Your House Home Water Systems magazine and Pastor of a BUS chapter is planning HARLEY STRONG
And Pay by The Month Term If Desired Church in
prominent Baptist several project and social events

Toronto. during this semester of school.
METAL: & COMPOSITION ROOFING Henry Parker of Grand Rapids!. 137 W. Call St. ]Phone Ifi.'I: Starke, I la.;

liUk-Kiitt Asphalt Shingles (GIn & Blue) liuiiaing Hard Mich., was a recent guest of his Innrlng and flow Spring

fare! Hardware Cloth Common and Finish, NaINtos ,\SlIt'8- mother Mrs. Frances Parker atKenney's :Matched Set $l3.: Sam ICoitcn- ;I -_ __' -
rest 'home at Klngsley; berg & Son.
Mortar Mix
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SidingCement Lake. While here he was also a

guest of his uncle and aunt Mr. i.v: fiitnir. rnriif. lilt'UFOIIO m- USE; out IHK; outSATU1WA
and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. ror TV. PI.OIIIUAI m Fit 11)A 1' Y MONDA Y : rL\N
LUM11ER: I CKHV.Mirle u i:i KJ I-T: I-L \N BIJIMIUT
All Grades MOLDING AH Kinds Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Newcombof Horn!. Pin Intltt, v". Jnmoii
Orlando were weekend guests IT. 1(00(1 Defellililllt, CllHO No. 6314.OFlKKfl .

of their son and daughter-in-law AM>> >, NOTICH fF PUIU.irATIO.V TCI AI'I'KAU; Sale! Sale! Sale!
BRONZE SCREEN WINDOWS & DOORS Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Newcomb. STATE: 'W, FMKM' to Jnrn-..
Miss Connie Knight of Keystone II ,Mood, whoxe rml'ltMice' IK un

Heights was a weekend guest of known You are rcriulri"! to appear on
Miss Sara Barefoot. :\Iarrh 8. 19-18, In the nhovn named
.linn.ill Court and .wear ?utuaiuuwunswuuuuwnuwtuuviua.wuuoiauuisaiuuuu.usiwma ? :Mrs. Mattie Gahagan was in seek* Green Cove Springs Tuesday Telegraph' ihnll puhllnh thin OrderIn /1
n..+.t four weekly l Insure.

.THEATRE.STARKE' visiting :Mrs.: J. F. Pickard. Witness- my hand and official I I IIi [ ON SALE!



Sunday Monday February 8-9 Ii i BIG CLEARANCE ,: k'' 3 See This Bargain


FOXES OF HARROW : of Bargains!

:Maureen O'Hara Rex Harrison r S-A-L-E ', . .. ..
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Tuesday Wednesday Feb. 10-11 I NOW GOING ON AT I:, 2;r a yr ODD!


IMPERFECT LADY i ij rA Chrome Kitchen Leatherette or Dinette


Ray :MHland, Teresa Wright I Barksdale'sSTORE
I Chairs 9.95
II I --- Only

Thursday Friday Feb..12 13, I Iii


GREEN FOR DANGER j I Heaulifully, Peak 1)esignedAnd of' Comfort They

Sally Gray Trevor Howard :
ii This Is A REAL SALE One -------.-.--------------

Saturday 14 DOUBLE FEATURE I' Large 2-Mirror, 2-Door
February You Can't Afford To Miss, As
'! l ti Cedar-Lined Wardrobes Walnut Finish
THUNDER DESERT '
This V/ill Mean ,'t ; STORAGE: SPACE IN KOTTOM
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And FOR THE LOVE OF RUSTY .,' '- l'Ia"ur Clothing TfC.f "'" have <>..therM .
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I OF SA VINGS .t,
$ $
$ $
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RITZ Saturday & Sunday Feb. 7 8 TO YOU VISIT DENMARK'S AND SAVE!

DAYS OF BUFFALO BILL Reductions On Merchandise
IT'S FA1JP YOU CAN 0 B E-T T-n-ll--itT-
And RAILROADED UNBELIEVABLE

Furniture Co.
Denmark
Saturday. Sunday. February 14,- 15

COLORADO PIONEERSAnd COME IN AND SEE! PHONE 151 .. STARHE, FLA.


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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII STARKE FLORIDA. FEBRC.ART 4Mr
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( Hundley of Jacksonville were Sunday of Mrs. Bell Johns. and Mrs. Reddish Andrews Lazenby Saturday_
Saturday afternoon, Jan. 31, with I supper guests of Mr. ands Mrll. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sevattord are completing a large block ad- Mrs. Rhoda DOW1ng
a little-folks party. .At the close grate Farm W. H. Williams Sunday. of Alabama will soon begin farm- dition to their house'. John's mother, 1\Irs. Ben&114

Lawtey of an hour spent playing games, Miss Melba Stringfellow returned Ing with the E. C. Priests.Mrs. N. J. Johns and Earl Tarre who has been ill for
the guests were all served birthday "! By Mrs. Bryan Wkitllelrr. Friday from Newburgh// New Emory Johns of Gainesville were hunting with Joe and Jon [ months.

8y L. 11. Fukh cake and Ice cream. Those .. York, where she had been with was visiting among friends
present to enjoy the party were: CLUB MEETING i Mr. and Mrs, Bob Barkley for the here this week

COUNCIL The Lawtey M'ITING; City Council met ley Ferrel,Wayne Jean and and Carol Spurcen Faye Massey Brad-Ben- COMMUNITY Community At last week's Club members meeting offered of the past Mrs.tour> G.months.L. Cox:'and daughter White Mrs.Is'Eula visiting Hollinsworth her sisters of, Mrs Ft EARN While You LEARN to FU

In regular session at the City Ivenel1 Smith Esther Ruth exhibit of their of Orlando visited'Mr.. and Mrs. E. C. Priest and Mrs T. S. Shep-
Interesting
Hall last Monday night The following nett, and Annie Brown handwork an heirlooms and hobbY R. H. Cox and Mr. and, Mrs. J. herd.J. .
4 Councilmen were present: Padltett, with this M. Bradley during the past weekend L. Lavendar and son lames
Magolene In
Miles collections. keeping
L. H. Futch, H. C. Harley O. J. Eleanor Faye Warnock Lavon Wilker- "treasure" theme, the Club Room LltUe Misses Sarah Ann are building R novelty shop near On The:, .G. I. BILL of RI GUTS

Anders, J. E. Wan, Jr., and Charles Betty and Idol Durban and walt attractively decorated with and Carol Bradshaw of Penney James' home.
t'' Dinkins. Only routine business son Luelle Starling represented Law- golden sprays of jasmine and with Farms, who had: been with Mr. Lacy Johns purchased a new
wu transacted and bills tey Junior High School at the gold leaf euonymu The President and 1\Irs. R. H. Cox for the past cub tractor. George Johns Is op-
were audited and< paid. Mayor two weeks, returned to Orlando erating It for him this week.A. .
Singing Clinic In Gainesville last Mrs. J. A. BouvIel', directed We are now Approved for the tol-
Phillips reported the jail almost session while Mrs. with Mr Gerald Cox for a visit. P. Moores were visiting Mr. I I
saturday. the business .
lowing courses:
ready for use.lRTIIDAV Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier and Ur8. G. E. Crews at the State : 1
Mr8. C. S. Partin, a member of M. E. Griner and Mra L. A. Shep- Basic Ground. Primary and Advanced &\'
visitors of Mr. and Farm Sunday.
PARTY the school faculty attended the herd presided over the social hour were Sunday Flying Also Private Cemmercia "
and Fonnle Crews
Mrs Cecil In McIntosh. Ethan Sapp
McRae
Hilda Crews celebrated her district meeting of the FEA In during which they served sandwiches ty
F II h t Instructor
and cultivators and g :
Mr and Mrs J. L. Williams are assembling new
last with cortee.
elChth birthday anniversary Ocala last Friday and cookies
recent week. Courses. Approval No. 5650. .....
Club Mrs J. C. Williams were thLs .
W. H. Duguid of Ray, Ind., was Mrs. Alva Holland was -
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visitors of Mr and MrII. J. E. MI' and Mrs. Romle Johns of --
a business visitor to Lawtey last guest on thie occasion.
PILES Monday.H. Williams In Tallahassee.Dr. Jacksonville recently visited Mrs. Class Room'Instruction Tues &..Thurs
,
Betty WIlliams and Carolyn and Mr. H. J. Kucera and
C. Crews was In Green Cove
and other Springs last Saturday afternoon Bradley were among the Bradford their children Patsy and Brian, Proves PAST RILIUfor Nighta.7:30: p.. M.
High students who under spent the weekend In Chat-
and past .
visiting In the home of Mr.
Rectal AUmenl8VarScOH Bohannan. tile supervision of Mrs. L. A. tahoochee a8' guests of Dr and PAil MISERIESf'II
/ Vew Mrs. Henry Canova, Glee Club Director, ofl Mr8. A. F. Douglas. CONWAY-LIBBY U.FLY.IT'SERVICE
Leq Ulc.riSuao.aiuBy Mr and Mrs. 1. M. Browning the school, went to the Voice M-Sgt. and Mrs. Martin GrIner Iksv.sthtNN.. M & Lu.kgi. PHONE 147 OR 32'
and children were visiting rela- 1.1
Clinic In Gainesvllle Saturday and eons of Jacksonville were
/ THl.J tives In Gainesville last Sunday. ..'.....1... 6Krd.N..htI ais '
E. rub
Together with representatives guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. JUST .... 'AIRPA.RK
Mr and Mrs H. H. Heln and 00'. ....
WIthout Surq.rrHospltuIIzatlon from other schools the Starke Griner last weekend. f.I.. .. .h. p.in'e.awi.PUse NEVR"-
Miss Carradlne of Tampa were ,.... Ioepl.Kin' relict Ircmh.
presented a broadcast over Mrs. W. N. North visited Miss BALM to lit
group ,.
guests of Mrs. E. Grlffl8 last wirin. .'mUIftJII lean sod pelts I
or Lois of Time WRUF at 4:4S: : P. M. Among the Marjorie DavIs at FSU ..Tallahassee .
week. -- - -
rendered were "Sweet andLow" during the past week
Work songs
from
Mrs O. L. Johnson and daughter !
anti "America the Beaut-
CoraullDR Kay, of Jacksonville were' fw". t .
guests of Mr and Mr. A. M.
C. R. McKINNEY Mr. and Mrs Enice Bradshawof
Blanchard last Monday.Mrs. New RiverAND
Penney Farms announce the w TRY THE
1412, Pearl 8t. Ph. 4.6269Jaek.envtlle Ruth Barthlow and Miss SOFTER
;
bIrth of'a son In Shadycrest Hospital -
,.Florida Effie Barthlow of Mlddleburg LONG BRIDGE
Starke on Sunday, Febru-
of Mrs. Darthlow'
were guests ny Jessie Lee Lazenby

Write for Booklet FREE Descriptive I day.sister, Mrs. Mae Wells last Sun- ell ary Robert 1. The Henry baby In has honor been of nam-his . . Marvel"Home' Style White

I maternal grandfather, R. H. Cox A two weeks' revival at the
of the State Farm Before her Long Bridge Christian Church
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aRI marriage Mrs. Bradshaw was Beatrice fOnded Sunday evening. The Rev. 11.2Ib.
Cox: AI Troester conducted the last BREAD

r sIM Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wells Mrs. service, bringIng It to a close with LOAFJIM

Isabel Edwards and Misses Mary a spiritual blessing over the en- DANDY
w....'. dolly a.wspapS'e Wells and Joan and Nancy Myni tire community The house was
THE CHRIStIAN SCIENCE MOII OR. You wn, Und vounelf of'M han of Jacksonville were Sunday filled to capacity almost every Stays Fresh Longer!

but-Inlonn.dp.r.s.s Iny UI c..munl'y..0"ulorly.world You affairs well, w"p01nIruh '' visitors of Mr. and Mrs J. .C, night. He will conduct his next GRITS I 18c
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read, n.w.vi.wDantL this, 0 lulls, Icher .s..torflnQ! 0' todoyj ",tot Wallace. revival In the Lake Butler Methodist Tastes Better! ,

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General Electric lowered prigs because we wanted to Tine applies to the man who kings htimo.a weekly I I''

do our part to stop the present spiral of inf1ation. pay check. to the man with a little savings in tho bank 3 Ibs. e15 57c doz.

General Hlectric lowered prkes on electrical app6 or a life inswoanoo policy. and to eompaniee that have

ance in greatest t delnand-becaWC that lit where lowto build new plants and buy new machines to fill future ION
end prices on General Electric-products will do tho" needs and provide future jobs. No. 2'/ Can SITE Quality MEAT

moet good and have the greatest effect. Inflation W a ainistcr thing. It steals uppn a country PEACHES ,.

General Electric lowered prices regardless or the fact and its economy.Jn a gradually accelerating .two-step 25c CUT lUTE ti
that Q-E profits are not high-are rat at present levels of pricee'and'wag s-cach tryingstqget ODe step ahead SOLD- PREPARED RITE
RITE
high enou h. .r the outer-anti there is no red line to show when the ANN PAGE

We did this because we'know that is the long nm danger point has been reached. .. SALAD

General E1ectric can prosper only as the people of this Inflation is like a fire. Once it gets weD under way it Copeland SMOKED BACON

country prosper. We believe that producing more goda can rover be chocked until everything is destroyed. DRESSING 49c lb.

for morepeopie alias coed is,the noun elect way running 1 Qt. 63cCampbell's .
a bu me.. And we feel.that inflation in this country has S.1f-r.straint by industries a.d individuals '"

reached a dangerous level-tor the wage earner for t.T"1O tile best cheek Picnic Hams, 4 -6 lb. avg., lb. 49c
man with savings, and for industry alike. TOMATO Fresh
.. -You aa an iodwiduftl can do meet lly buying less and Country Spare Ribs, lb. .' 39c

h Do JOII bow what laf1atioa can do Ie yal4' SAving m"re-tilUS"voi inr biddini up the prices for SOUP Tender PORK CHOPS, lb. 47c
c roo gouda.rutg Business and Industry can do much by 2 cans 21c Rite
Super
Aa money buys lees and lees your savings lose their l. prices wheRever and ,wherever pcJ I ble- Leg of Lamb, lb. ,,. 69c

buying power. We insurance'policies dwindle in value voluntarily. Happy Kids Super Rite Lamb Shoulder, lb. 43c

Money saved to take your wife to.the hostal WOQ't pay .. ral Eleetric put lowereti prices ahead or other SYRUP Nice, Large MULLET lb. .
the bill when the time ohecks 22c
Pay buy less
? come and things because we believe it La a step towards ljckinft No. 5 57c Dressed &
; 1ese. Retirement money won spay for retirement. inflation can Drawn Whiting, lb. 19c


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We Must Destroy Inflation or It Will Destroy Us SWAN SOAP-

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Information regarding his coming Revival To BeginIn MKTIIODIST REVIVAL I tU1'(,. 1I1.9sfadge:: Whtgham.,' a visit here with old friends. I!
News attest the interest felt In Dr. Pet-
lurch Methodist Home Demonstration Agent, and Mr. and Mra. H. II. Lewis ac
tingtU's ministry Welcome all. Church the 4-Club Girls girls entertainedwith I Pine LevelBy companied by :Mrs. N. C. Mott ;

Those who have heard Edwin Sunday Evening a short, but Interesting program and Mra. Bishop. Thomas and I
MM. II. M. Mrltae
Tabernacle Bjornstad, the Norwegian Singer, and exhibit of clothing children of Brooker, spent Mon !
The
I Rev. and Mrs. Luther Brldgers made in the Beginners' Clothing day with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sim I
will not want to miss hearing him
E. G. Zorn of Chicago. Ex- of the Western Carolina Conference Demonstration. Awards were Rev. Hall filled hi*! regular appointment mons in Gainesville. .

Secretary of the Inde- i again when he comes to the Tab now stationed at Palatka. made by Miss Whigham to the at the Church Sunday Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Batten of I
ernacle Thursday, February 19, to will have charge of revival following girls who exhibited their
Fundamental Churches of ser ani morning and evening with three Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
|t bring a Gospel message In song. vices which begin in the First completed work: Elaine Crosby, A. J. Fender Saturday night.
Saturday to beweek'S candidates for baptism at the
a, arrived Methodist Church Sunday eVenIng Mary Frances Hasten. Edna Tet- Earl Alvarez
evening service. was an overnight
r series of meetings HEAR at 7:30: o'clock.Rev. stone, Yvonne Harrell Helen
of hla cousins Bule and
guest ,
:Mrs. J. E. Murrhee and son
Tabernacle. His messagesken Brldgers is one of the out l Carlton Carolyn Kelly, Betty
of The Hour RRev. Edward Hall, and Mrs. Carl John Bobby Crosby In the Sunnybrook
the Gospel Baptist Jean Rahn
from Ernestine
standing men of the Church and Russ, Joan
.and son, all of Milliard, were visitors section Saturday night.
most helpful
Tyler Velmarle
and are Starke Is very fortunate to obtain Dukes Jackie
continueh here Thursday. Mra. Murrheewas Miss Gwendolyn McRae was a
al Dr. Zorn will such a wonderful team. They Green, Marcia Kay Hazen Ann
home her dinner-guest of Miss Marlene Red-
Friday, bringing a new wilt be assisted later In the week Crosby. Annette Green, Barbara accompanied by
Rev. and Mrs. Hall. dish In the Vanderbilt section
Uch evening. by W. H. (Bill) Parrish of Nashville Ann Rahn, Jackie Barry, Alva parents

Friday, February 13, Dr. Ga., who Is a singer of note. Williams, Annie Mae Tetstone, W. J. Nipper Jr., of Ft. Myers Sunday.
f Wllmlnglelaware Betty Jo and Id spending this week with his Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fender were
U Pettingill () Everyone is urged to set aside Crosby, Mary Jo
en noted Bible Teach- every engagement and come to Green brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and visiting Mrs. Fender's parents
a Mrs. C. Nipper. Mr. and Mra. R .L. Batten, at
will bring
I Lecturer, pro- this Revival meeting. There will
message of Interest to all. be two services each day: at 10a. Mrs. H. C. Edwards and mother, Mra. W. C. Conner and daughter Thereasa recently.Mrs. .

II be here one night only. m. and 7:30: p. m. Mrs. Sapp, and sister, Mrs. Geneva Yvonne, Mrs. Marcus Conner Susie Myrick returned to

|3ts from nearby towns for, The pastor, Rev. W. J. Church- Wade of Gainesville were visiting and daughter, Janie, and Mr. and her home at Lake Geneva last

well will speak Sunday morning Luther Brldgerh Mrs. Lottie Edwards and son, Mrs H. It. Lewis were visitingMr. Saturday after spending a few
Harry. Monday afternoon. Thomas at weeks with her son and daughter-
on the subject of "If My People" Minister and IljmnViltir and Mrs. Bishop
...' -2 Chorn. 7:14.: Tlllle Llnzmayer and Stanley Brooker Thursday of last week. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrlck.

I Young people meet at 6:15 for .---- -. Crosby of Gainesville spent the Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Myrick of .\|
rf
day with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cros- :Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor returned -
PRICES continued study of the Rules of Waldo, accompanied by Mrs.
Sunday morning February 8, the Church. Everyone la enjoy by recently Robert Myrick anti daughter, to their home In Lake City
J, W. Thomas Billy, W. C., and Sunday night after spending the
8:30 o'clock ing the discussions of the church t Katherine, were visiting relatives
REDUCEDFROM .' Marjorie Crosby, and Helen weekend with Mrs. Taylor's parents -
Barry
Speaker Dr. C. C. Warren, and Its meaning.: In Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. .
vUlted Mrs. J. W. Thomas In Mr. and Mrs. II. M. McRaa.BACKACHE.
Charlotte. N. C. Bible Story Hour will be held and Mrs. A. F. Hall and
Hope Haven In Jacksonville
Hospital -
Subject "Ths Church Militant". Tuesday at 2:30: and 3:30.: This: ,A : children of Jacksonville were
Sunday. We are glad to report -I '
Heard over Radio Station WJAX very helpful to the group. Enjoythe d visiting relatives here last week
that she Is much better.
cit singing and the Bible Story. !; end. fat Cuba Mfortlaf, halp' for Baokaah".
is f fT Miss Marilyn Crosby of Florida .... NI.hte.5r05aaud .
t ( Mrs. T. N. Norman and son, .lIUIUo FalM,Ctaltlnc Cp
State University, Tallahassee, ,win, IrrltaUu paaracu.lAw PaIDooeII'oI.
.0CARPENTER'S Baptist Church j spent the weekend with her parents Gerald, were dinner guests of Mr. .. nadir .,... and iwalUn .alll....*..
.,.
o300. McRae to non-waalc and nm-ayalmla 1a4. ""
and Mrs. B. M. Sunday.J.
.*, Mr. and Mrs H. B. Crosby. madder trouble. ,try'Cr**.*.Quick.tonptoMktlatactfam
Rev Kramer, Christian Jew 'of The teen-agers were entertained W. Hall returned to his homeIn or mossy ..... eas anlsd. .a\ak

Cleveland, Ohio, will bring both ,1 1 1I with a party at the home of Jacksonville last Friday after your linn'' for CrM today.

ON ALL messages at the First Baptist let Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis lastFriday

Church this Sunday. Dr. Kramer night. Games were, play-
RadiosElectric will be remembered as director of .'" ed Inside the house because it' HOW DOES YOURi i l It

the Hebrew Christian Mission of \\I: was raining.We BATHROOM RATE I a LI I
Irons Cleveland and as the guest evangelist "
I .
;{.' are sorry to know that O. '
In revival here last PERSONALITY? / I
a year. 'r.L. \\9 W. Barry Is in the Alarhua Coun- ON \ iiq
Electric Heaters He will be in Starke for the one
ty Hospital and hope that he will '
day only on his way to other .. ...i_ soon be out again. Is It; m model of convenience and ;,
parts of the State and Nassau. beauty? Are you proud to show It J II
Mrs. Elsie Crews most of
The public Is Invited to hear his spent to You can achieve both
W II. (BUI) rarrlnh. the week with her parents, Mr. guests / '
Jewish
timely messages from the moderate coat
these aim at a very
VocalistBrooker and Mrs. O. W. Barry. Her husband
CHARLES C. point of view.Monday and daughter came after her by having IM modernise It with ,
night at 7:30 p. m.. I
Lewis Sunday quality appointments .
PRESCRIPTION <' the Pastor, Rev. D. Haines, '
will show the first in a series of Mra. C. C. Melvin and grand-
SHEPHERDt One To Three Years To Pay
PHARMACISTPhone sound motion pictures from the son. Richard, were visiting herea

life of Christ, "The Blind Beggarof few days last week. She will NO DOWN PAYMENT! CW -

64 STARKEOntheMinit Jerusalem". There will be sa By Helen tarry return to her daughter's Sunday.Mr. .

Gays Service Station admission charge and all are invited . and Mrs. Mack Lewis of

Service to this service. YOUNG PEOPLK MEET: Jacksonville were dinner guests of Shull Plumbing & Heating

9:45 Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Lewis Sun-
I _,,_._._._._ .. ---'ia'' Sunday School meets at : The RA's and GA's held their FLORIDA Phone 144
with Training Unions gathering at 325 Temple Ave. STATIKE
.. regular meeting at the Brooker day.Lowell
6:15.: There are Departments and, Baptist Church on Monday, Feb. Douglas of Stetson University

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE"In Unions for all age groups. Midweek 2. Four GA's were present and Deland pent the weekend -

service Wednesday at 7:30: six RA's Including one new member here with his parents, Mr,
The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof will be directed by the Young Everyone enjoyed( the meet- and Mrs. J. K. Douglas.

The People"A Woman's Auxiliary of the church. Ing very much, and all young peo- Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dees and BICYCLE SHOE

Don't miss the Happy Hour at ple are Invited to be present children of Newberry were 'visiting *

Southern Baptist"" Church For All People 7:30: Sunday evening with music Monday v night, Feb. 16, at 6:30: her parents Mr. and Mrs. O. REPAIRING REPAIRINGWe

... by Mrs. Morse at the piano and' o'clock, for the business meeting. W. Barry, Sunday
Mrs. Mann at the Hammond or
Sunday School 9:45 Training Unions 6:15 gan. I SKI.TnALL: CJAMES: Wilbur McDonald of Marianna:
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Make Keys
Morning Worship Evening Happy Hour The Brooker Junior High School. H. B. Crosby several days last
*' basketball teams played. LaCrosse
11:00 71:50 Presbyterian Church ,.. ...
Monday afternoon. Thegirls' week.We ._--! --M--- -
John Warwn Kaufman, Minister score was 34 to 17, and the are worry to report thatJ. I rt

Both Services Sunday Rev. Howard Kramer Sunday Morning Worship and boys' 44 to 23, both In favor of W. Adktnson Is still In the j SPORTING GOODS

Jew Evangelist from Cleveland Ohio Sermon, 11:00: o'clock "It Is a Brooker. Alachua Regular County services Hospital.will be held .1.-----------: .. ...,,-.0.

Monday Night 7:30 Sound Motion Picture good thing to give thanks unto PTA MEETINGThe at the Brooker Baptist Church

"The Blind Beggar of Jerusalem"At Jehovah". The sermon will consider Brooker PTA held Its reg- Sunday. Sunday School beginsat & Baker
of Christian! Biggs
the aspects
Church No Admission Charge has been defined ular monthly meeting Thursday 10 o'clock, and the preachinghour
Worship. This night, Jan. 29, In the school lunch Is 11 a. m. BTU begins* at

"Visit The Church With The Visiting PllAtor"B. as the follows reverence; "Religious and homage Worship whichis Is room. 8:30. and the evening service Is 105 W. CALL ST. STARKE FLA.
After a short business meeting. at 7:15.: Everyone Is Invited to
or ought to be paid to God;
Mrs. Jessie Young, county attend.
supervisor
adoration, sacrifice, praise, prayer -
The ladles enjoyed a Stanley
showed the hookworm pIcture -
thanksgiving, or other devotional -
"Careless After Brush Party Thursday afternoonof
Charley"
acts performed In honor of showing the film to, the school last week at the home of Mrs.:
L Alvarez & Son -
To these we
the God. II
supreme and children during the day, Mr. and Wilson Green.
would add confession of need Church invites I \$50 FREE!
acknowledgement of sin. When Mrs. Young were persuaded to return The Dedan every-
and show It again at night one to attend regular afternoon I
the church bells ring that Is an
for the parents. Besides being a services on Sunday. Sunday I
Transfer Co.
& church, but
Storage invitation to to
go Walt Disney comedy, this picture School begins at 2 o'clock and
that in every
please remember la educational, showing how hookworms preaching at 3 o'clock. During the next four weeks we are going tol
city and town there are people enter the body, the effect We are glad to report that Mrs.
9105
loving and Phone who have never refused to go!> to they have on the body, and how Coleman Padgett and baby son give $50 FREE CREDIT on a new BENDIX

church because no one has ever to prevent the spread of the dis have returned from the Alachua AUTOMATIC WASHER to the owner of the

$lplaqji, We Operate Local and Long Dis- asked them. ease. Parent are urged to have County Hospital.Mrs. oldest make washing machine. This FREE]
School 9:45: A. M. .
: and Mrs.Earl
tance Anywhere In The State of Westminster Sunday Fellowship will their children tested for this dis : Green. Earnest were Edwards In Jacksonville ALLOWANCE will be given IN ADDITION!

Florida. meet at 3 P. M. for the trip to ease.During the showing of the pic on business Friday. to the regular Trade-in Allowance. SEE US I

Ifco Green' Cove Springs. TODAY! Any make or kind Just so long]
Limits
1
Hauling Anywhere In Starke City We urge those who wish to attend .

the New Life Convocation at as it works!

Green Cove Springs In the after-

to speak to Mr.
noon and evening
"Why Not Enjoy The Beat" Kaufman on Sunday morning so 1)4i! i.

transportation can be arranged,

All those going are expected to y OLD WASHER

bring a picnic lunch.


Christian ChurchRev. ROUNDUP !
twtnoi onto*MS i lifRYlC/
J. M. Dixon
'
Cooking Heating B frlger tla. Bible School 10 a. m.

Morning Worship 11 o'clock. '
FOR SERVICE CALL r.
Subject: "Make The True God". 1 SPECIAL TRADE-IN OFFER.
E. T. Shull Plumbing & Heating Youth Meeting 6:45: p. m. # PLAN
LOCAL AGENT PHONE 144 Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. AND EASY PAYMENT

Subject: "Bible Conversion". 4 T. 1 HELP YOU BUY THE BENDIX

Central Florida Gas & Applicance Co. Public invited. : OF YOUR DREAMS.
will
Woman's Counsel meeting f
Phone 3752 Trenton Fla. Ffb. 8, : r
be held at the church on w+ rt No more washday drudgery (orToot
3:30 m. Visitors welcome.
: p.
The Bendlx does if all! t .

CONCRETE BLOCKS READY MIXED CONCRETE St. Mark's EpiscopalSunday Good grooming demands: dry cleaning of XTajfccf,triple-rinse! and damp- Qi'1

SASH DOOJiS PAINT HARDWARE Quality. That's why men who are wise about dry the clothe even wbea

10:00: a. m. Church their clothes bring them to us for cleaningand : not In the home! of loxi MO on
jou'f
Meet School: 11 a. m. Holy Communion clothes
pressing. When we clean your ,

lverhthing: A.NNIS I Try l':. and sermon.- Rev. S. W. Creasey. you'll step out with the mark of success on No other washer bas laved *o BENDIXautomatic
clothes onlyto
For Those your appearance. Entrust your ranch work... soap...hot water
To PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS expert hand Bring them to us today for
i clothe for so many mil.
Build BUILDING SUPPLIES Hard CHUItCI quality cleaning. Washer
ollamlUesl!
INC. 10th St. and Temple Ave lions

To Get Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn-
pain HAM-IN OFFER'
TODAY fOf
10361o.&SV.. Main St., South Items Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic I fHONJ
O r I Services 7:00 p. m. Everyone
Gainesville, Florida PHONE 133:
.I>.._.
.qOdel welcome. $259.50
PHONE 217 :218 -Rev. L. J. Price, Pastor ROBT. Temple
.
P. O. Box 63: nlfl1'L"J.tJf

Arthritis Pain GREEN 315 WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
:
Are.
VISIT OUR NEW RESTAURANT I Owner II

MEET AND EAT AT ROY'S TOT quick, d UchtluHy comforting h lp for i
aetii and pain* of fUuumallain. Artbrltl*. iI 221 Temple AvenueP' I
Good Food Soda Fountain Niurltl Lumbago,acltttea.or twanUU try
..........works' through lb.blood. Fin dow I STARKE FLA. __. --=-a
Rest Rooms For Your Convenience tuutUr Mart llr utln pain w you can __ =-- ..:. --
walk,enjoy lit.and ilxp I men comfortably.Of .
wiito4 a* druicu today. Quick co..- t
plate aatutMtion or otootj back guaraoUid


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-' ==; the night in the Hall. ] or'lM' WrTofTfcJ'S..
spent NO'rICE
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BHS Cagers Play I Health Department Gets New Equipment I Troop 70 Seeks The next day the Troop hikedto Notice Is hereby given that the orS n. Count Aim,., F..SI. .

For Giving Chest X-rays; Clinic MondaysThe 13 New Members the west gate of Camp Blan- undersigned aro entrusted In business tereet. ""'thin

Return Game With I Scout Week ding, took part In Scouting acti- under. the fictitious name of Char F. AIm"'
Gainesville TonightBHS Bradford County Health Any x-ray examinations" madewill I During vities there, cooked dinner, and Alma house Moving at the following ler Evert" V, LAM
Department is proud to announce be only of the chest and in Starke'a Boy 'Scout Troop 70 made the return hike. The actual ', address:: Box 50!}. Starke! tereet 20'alma' ',

basketecrs will be out for that it has recently procured and the Interest of Tuberculosis. This marching time for the 14 1-2, Fin, and Intend to register the 1-30 .t 2.
in Increasing its activities -
revenge tonight (Friday) when Installed In the clinic building. will include examinations for dlagr Scouting miles was three hours.
In the for the nosls of all individuals with any I as well as staging a membership -
trey clash wtth Gainesville Starke, ..x-ray equipment "Scouting Is a golden oppor
Btarke Armory at 7:30. I purpose of finding and follow-up suspicious chest pathology and drive for 13 more "sincere" tunity for boys between the ai'esof '

Only three weeks ago the two of suspected and proven cases of for follow-up examinations of all boys, Scoutmaster E. '1'. Shull\ announced 12 and 18," said Mr. Shull CLOTHING &
6 teams were neck-to-neck with 24 Tuberculosis.This suspects and known cases at this week. The drive last Monday. "With the Interestof SHOES

I points at the half when Starke' x-ray equipment was sup- present In our files. will highlight the annual Boy the boys so high, we can't -.
for this service
scorers, Spike Vance Clinic schedule Scout Week Feb. 6 13. '.
y usual high the Bureau of Tuberculosis miss. "' .:
fouled plied through will be from 1:00 to 3:00: p. m., .
l were
,
and Frank Dryden "The has 18 enthusiastic at 7:30 on
Troop Scout meetings are
State Board >l
} hi Galnes Control f each Monday, at the Health Department -
t 1v4 out of play allowing boys who are really' interested in Monday nights In the Legion Hall
final the Church St.
recent Building on
ahead to the Health. In years
rllle to forge of
the movement. I'm proud Boys interested In the movement
53-42. Coach Carson I been for Mobile X-ray It is requested that Interested individuals -
score of policy has Department them because they are capable of are urged to attend.
Celger said that Indications show Clinics to visit this county at cer- consult the Health going places in Scouting, and the
Is in the offing but in the future for an appointment until
intervals
a "hot" game tain Troop has room for 13 more boys
Both A and H squads will play. this aervlce will be a continuous further notice. just like them," the Scoutmaster Deputy Collector FOR
,
The BHS cagers played three program and will serve Bradford, Bradford County Health Dept aid. Will Aid TaxpayersHere
Tuesday night, A. Y, Covington Md., Director
Hawthorne teams Clay and Union Counties. :, I
won two games and dropped one -- the Mr.recently Shiill described appointed the Assistant work of Next WeekA The ENTIRE FAMILYEvery

lost 43-32. which Jackson S. C.
The A squad at Fort ,
undefeated tlO Crosby AnnouncesFor Scoutmaster Fred Betts as "mag- Collector of Internal
makes Hawthorne Corp Kirby Swindell and Ffc. Deputy

'. far this year. Coach Geiger would Bald\< SupervisorAlbert Virgil Robinson are scheduled to nificent.of Florida Mr.Plastics Betts Is and an has employe beena Revenue will be at the courthousein Day Is Bargain Day

, L, that "any explanation I attend an Army "motor school"for six Starke next Tuesday and Wednesday -
resident of Starke around
sound like an excuse," but he a 3 1-2 month period beginning months. Feb. 10 and 11, from 9 \At The* 7k *

pointed out that Lewis Hayneswas I February 19. The school A hike planned by the Troop on a. m. to 5 p. m. for the purposeof
disqualified In the first quar- trains specialists In mechanical assisting the public in the
the weekend of January 23 becamea
ter. High scorers were Vance work and la located at Fort Ben- preparation of Income tax re-
"mock" hike when weather
with 14 ringers and Frank Dryden %1w..T.;: ning Georgia. Students receive hampered activities. Friday night turns. No charge will be made STAR Store
with 12.BHS full and allowances while
M15'' pay of that week the Scouts cooked for this service.

girls won their Hawthorne under training. supper In ditch fires near the All persons whose total income

game 36-32 with two players Capt. McClane pointed out the Legion Hall, engaged in games, la 1947 was $500 or more must

Alma Thomas and Carlle Mae advantage of attending the Army; .boxing, and amusements,. and,file a return before March 13.
Hall tied for high score honor tt service schools while In National I -- ..
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&
apiece. --- -
k, with 14 points bracketed Guard training. No previous experience -
And the B squad won to the tune is necessary and the

of a close 11-9. range of subjects includes cook-

Beside tonight's game with Ing and baking, mechanical work,,

Gainesville, two matches are on communications, and radio re

the agenda next, week. All three pair. The student receives regular -

teams will play Alachua there Army pay and allowances

next Tuesday. BHS won aU The company commander said "aa

three games In a previous match) many as possible" will be sent tn

with Alachua. And next Thurs- the schools from the local unit.

day the girls will meet P. K On the state-wide scale, For

Yonge In the Starke Armory at ida's National Guard is now only;

1:30.: 567 men short of its pre-war

Coach GeIger reported a "nicecrowd" strength according to Gen. Mark
# Lee Crosby Jr., veteranof
at Tuesday's game with W Lance, state adjutant general.
Ik Hawthorne. But he remarked World War II and County Ser- The state military organization

t'1 ,"We haven't been overcrowdedyet. vice Officer, announced this weekas had 3,941 officers and enlistedmen .

There are still some seats a candidate for Supervisor of prior to World War II. It
Registration, subject to the May
4 left. now has 3,374, all of whom have
Primaries.
enlisted since August of 1946.
RULED PRACTICE PAPER, In making his announcement The adjutant general said he

IK 13, for school children. 73c1 a Mr. Crosby stated that "The' expects to equal the pre-war

ream.-Bradford County, Tele younger generation which helped strength before April 1.
graph. fight the recent war should not I

retire from public responsibility,
School Board Hears
c but should aid in promoting bet t',

W.C.T.U.MI.T ter government. He feels that Delegation Request .1
A .
t s stir a mswwa "e.a'
he is pointing the way by his &
i' '
Attendance Officer WI > **<* >* *i
\ CIGARETTES AUK announcement and states that "1 -_ _I xS"SY 4 3
GOOD FOIl am vitally Interested In any and
I Bradford County's Board of:
,
Home time ago the ('I"ar..ttenillnuf all activities that will aid and
turerli sent out.a park improve our County and State." Public Instruction at Its meeting

age of cigarette to a numbei Crosby was born at Brooker In the Courthouse Monday authorized \ t'\ Give Your Car Tha't"Swank

of high HChooI boys with UK' and has lived In Bradford Countyall the purchase of a new

letter: his life. He attended schoolin school bus agreed to consider

": "in-ar Frlrmlt: the county from the first grade two requests jointly made by the F New Look!
tiL, "We a-40 sending you a pack through high school. After grad Starke Woman's Club and the ,

age of our purest cigarette. uating from BHS In 1938 he attended PTA, and accepted the resigns
U'e hope that you will ue them ( the University of Floridaone tion of Dr. W. E. Middleton as a

to your" lIath'adlon'and, want year before entering the U. member of the Board of Trustees. b Trade Your Used Tires On

more. I S. Marine Corps where he served At a previous meeting on Jan:
I (! boy replied( : I
ue five years. 10 1-2 months. He uary S, the Superintendent had
b "1 rcrelvtnl the package of' was at Pearl Harbor at the time been Instructed to call for bids on I SMART WHITE SIDEWALL i "
and used them to ..
rlffarett4 my of the Jap sneak attack, and was one 48-passenger school bus body
atIxfaction. I them In I \
steeped
discharged Sept. 16, 1943. and chassis.' From four bids sub- ,
.of water and sprayed.
a quart
After leaving the Marine mitted, the one selected Monday \
ronebUHhfm.. :
our bug-lnfented Tr.ston
Corps Crosby returned to the aa "lowest and best" was the $2- _
Ucd. Those clffarPttin '
hug
tt Every farm for one year and since then 00 bid of the Torode Chevrolet r'
i sure ana. good polnon. has been employed under the Company. The bus was delivered 6 I tl
I want next Spring I.1 44
more
may 'M
that afternoon.The )
State Veterans Commission as Z'e .4UkeCHAMPIOIIS
If any bug Nurtlved.
(Fla. Good New> Jan. 1It-I8.) County Service Officer for vet joint delegation from the .
erans and their families and dependants Woman's Club and PTA requested .
.
'
using the same courthouse that: the Board furnish transpor- ?
office as the Supervisor of tation from the outlying county

iIEi Registration for this work. He is towns every Friday night for the

28! years oltl and Is married to PTA sponsored recreation periodIn I
.r
the former Violet Townsend. the school annex bullding.T he You can buy these ultra-smart, goodq "

I icy Ib He U a member of the First Board decided that the matter I looking .
long-wearing tires at
?'- Men's Dungarees Baptist Church and also holds would be considered at a future + f an
amazingly low
price because
meeting.The .
i membership In the following organizations -
$1.50 : American Legion, delegation further requestedthe Firestone gives you PULL allowance ;fir

Veterans of Foreign Wars. 1OOF, Board to consider the appoint- for the unused mileage in your Ure .

Men's Khaki Pants and the Masonic Lodge at ment of a county attendance officer Come in and get our liberal trade-in N ,
Brooker."I to investigate cases of nOnattendance -

$1.85Khaki seek this office to serve my in county schools ando allowance.

county and state," Crosby said in enforce the 'state compulsory I
SHIRTS making his announcement "I laws. These *laws provide penal- *ctC
'
ties: : withholding children from : t r r
feel that I ant qualified to acceptthe
$1.00Girl's responsibility of the office I school. The Board voted to hold

seek and if honored by your consideration on the matter until :eel; Y b

Dresses choice I shall endeavor to serve Ita next meeting.The .
h;
; to tile best Interest of all. resignation of Dr. Middle-

;r Sizes 6 to 12 ton\ as Trustee of the Special Tax '

$1.50Girl's National Guard School No. 1 was accepted, but no I' 1
4 appointment was made for the '
: .. Now Has 54 Men; vacancy. j I A WEEK
DressesSizes
.:; '. Plans ActivitiesEnlistment L. U. Futch was appointed

t 1 to 2 principal of the Lawtey Junior I
of six .men In the high School for the next school

t '. $1.00 local National Guard unit during year, and the Board voted to ac-

: January brings the company's ept: sealed bids for the sale of I For Swift, Sw. Starting Powered with Pofonfomfirttton

k, Men's Underdrawers strength up to 94 members Ca>>t. hree: county school buses. Dead-
'4 T. K. McCUn Jr., company.com line for the bids is 10 a. m., Feb. Cuff Down Gforo
r', 2 for $1Girl's mander announced this week. The ruary 14. GET YOUR

<,' unit la engaging In extensive activities The request of a Church of God 9s SPARK. 4.95
t
r,. such as building an Indoor representative that a school bus I PLUGS

.: New Long Coats rifle range, planning a summer be used for transporting church' lie..... FREE
encampment, and processing mem- members was denied on the ground } C Sealed Beam
Sizes 12 to 18 bers departing for Army specialized that insurance coverage on school 5 9

training in service schools. \.Uses and 1U occupants Is effective FOG LIGHT
to11.
$6.95Girl's I The six new enlistments gives : only for school pupils' and ,'i1't. I. .... .. a ZINNIA

the unit 12 members over the goal school purposes. BATTERIES Spreads carpet of
<: Quu..4 amber fight clot to
SOCKS set for this training period but IS
Packed wltt "erB1IJl1': tart ,oar oar road. Scaled beam
13 short of the total atrt'ngth'of
v- 2 pair 25c for long troabU-free quicker; tan it lamp, ..peci.I.er. SEED
,
61 to bf reached in August. The
aerric uaootber. Iff_ ciirome __*_*1
new enlistments, all\ privates are FAT FOLKS EAT% .
.
.
.,,::. :iI .
\. : .
M. Davis .
Grade -
SLIPS Best John K. McRae. Jerry PLENTY YET LOSE .. '4b
e. William I.. Frisbee Jr., Frederick ,
L'= Were $1.50 N. Reed Jr., Frank P. Miller, and weight with amazing ,t

NOW $1.75 Charles R. Taylor. Capt. McClane food candy plan
also announced that Merrill Ed- I lav.a man fender traceful fl.-
wards was promoted to the rank ilrum.ur:. No Din excrcmnf.aimp.e YDS laiativr tonri

n of staff sergeant in January.The Innrir AMZINU:: Hlin: DIM i. A:OVERV.IMKIOH'S; You Firestone Home & Auto Supply '

Indoor rifle range on the dim't cut out any ratal*.or all....
Nick'sBargain hng. you Lk.. You simply take
top floor of the Armory wa under :Al'L>:> befura mntU which automainally
construction Tuesday and is curt lh.app .. r .uH u you eat leas. l.-e weight. .
expected to be in use before the Abolutrlr' hnrtnlr I No ) : 600
I end of the week. PHOOlj POSH'IV a| EmuSnt, phplctam Temple Ave. J. P. ROBERTS, Owner STARKE FLA.
clinical Inla and rapnrt qiuck and
Many members of the Headquarters ,a xle lo'Z'W h ewer its u..... WHY

f4 House Company in Starke are plan let A*US Toda", Only S2 S9! for a full
ning to participate the middle oi 35..y. \.ly-'hl'\ nwre thnn you will
., .
... I
nHCt. Y.
arerv .OW"Oft the very art ho.
I, July in a two weeks encampment

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