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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 12, 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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BE.U7TIFICATIQV OR COWS WHICH


colonel Bradford:

r Shall we women of Starke go out and knock down the so-called

of our town and let the cattle have It? Or shall Official
and gates County Publication
es Established In 1877
f our homes and flower gardens with unsightly fences? .

enclose ---- .. ,
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I beaUtifY our Places shrubbery and flowers and : VOLUME SEVENTY ----STARn- .
to l\L\RCIl
We try FLORIDA.FHIUAY, 12, 1849 NUMBER TWENTY-ONK

I because there Is one cattle-gap being reconstructed by our State ,I _n. ----- u -- .. ". .. ____ ___ _ ___ .______ _____ ___ __ _______ ....._ ____ .;!_._.___.____.. .n _- _- -- _-,

the men of our little town allow the cattle from I

d I here Department to come In and destroy every living flower that we women I Board Decides: I 11 Rain Rots Seed

8 tried I so bard all wlnter.tO have blooming in .early. -spring.-.' .- :... _- The Reigning Rajah of Travancore ;


anted A Little More Sets Berries




I URA1JFOKD COUNTY TELEGRAPH FRIDAY. MAKCII 5, 19IS! 'SoUgflt-AftCT Ilmenite Ore. fork 2 Wks

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to the office of Cleric of Circuit mice faithful conscientious and FOR (,OIT TV 0\1,1..10'. >" l.UnivriiivT SO STARKE GETS THE BUSINESS! I

Court, subject to the will of the I Impartial service In the dischargeof a (SOUTH !<\UKIK Hopes of Bradford County
Political people In the next Democratic Primaries. my duties.. I hereby announce mv candidacy I growers) for a substantial start on
Your vote antI active support for County Commissioner from District This and other fascinating information -
ouncements I am Indebted to the people of will be greatly appreciated.T. Three (South Starke:: ). 1 ama came to light In a recent Soon, however he started an- the strawberry deal by March 13:

this. County for their friendship, C. (Thee) Edwards. Bradford native and County Ufa-long and feel resident that of I "'Vall Street Journal" front other strike-thla time over the went washing down the rows this)

$10 FOR PERIOD support and encouragement and know the needs. of district nml matter of week in the) wake of almost unprecedented -
: If re-elected I will render faithful Poll COUNTY ( OMIiSSiONIcItIistrlet my page' article captioned, "Indian price. The accumulation -
FIRST PRIMARY >... 1 (banter) the county at large. If the voters. of rainfall here
service in the office and take every honor me with election to this. office Rulers Tie Up Titanium So U. S. ore from 1046 was allowedto duringthe

BLE IN' ADVANCE occasion of for your expressing confidence.A./ my. appreciation County In announcing Commissioner my ,candidacy District One for, I promise to put forth my best Taint Potentates Go Without". go out, but Travancoro clamped past seven days.
efforts render
3. Thomas. Lawtey, I wish to urge/ everyone to to all concerned.conscientious service down on exports of last year's As "downpour waned into a

J SIIKIIIFF eligible to reglHter and vote. Chooseyour -E. D. (Duggar) Jones. output drizzle
I farmer.
FOll FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER: man carefully. After be takes : yesterday, surveyed
liters af Bradford County: D13TIUCT NO. ONE: 'office support him to make a goodcommissioner. FOR* (S.TVTH SEN *'1'on Meantime. India erupted Into their sodden fields and estimated -
1 announce my candl- I hereby announce candidacy If he falls short
my -
fth office of Sheriff of for the office ot County Commissioner go to him and make him get on TO AND TilE UNION rlTIZKNX COVNTIKNlI OK 111I.U'o'OIIlI INIA riots over partition into a Moslem the loss at 33: percent of

J county subject in May.to theIc Ito of District No. One (Lawtey) the job. In thin manner we can am taking this. means. of an. Pakistan and a Hindu. India. The the current heavy crop of fruit.
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primaries subject to the will of the voters help ourselves to better roads
place of Tat pouncing to you that 1 am a ran Dewan of Travancore to Barring further mishaps, berry
this high of this district. In the May Pri 'drainage, etc. fought
dldate for State Senator from Brnil.
| ) I will do my best toT mary. If elected I shall give my If elected I will do my best tocooperate ford and Union Counties to succeed --- S keep his six-mllllon-plua people plants should come back into pro..
this county rJogresulve
of
people efforts. to the of
honest impar-ofI duties bent for the benefit discharge of this District my in fairly the with progress everyone of our Interested re-elect myself. me I promise that there that will wh.nyoU be from joining the new Hindu do- duction around April 1, permitting -

Ifoarlens administration and County. minion. One the long delayed shipping
.ollclt your county. no line between our two counties disgruntled opponent
earnestly Having served two term as -J. P. Sullivan and I will continue to representone stabbed the prime minister who season to get under way.
t.ort. Reddish.irPEIIINTKNDKSiT County Bond Trustee. in this Coun- Rt. 1, Boat 84. Lawtey Fla. county 'the the other ,
(Pete) ty I feel I am well qualified to -just as I have In 'heaIL I am promptly forgot his titanium It will be, perhaps) one of the

: OF give the service the people desire FOil SHERIFFI asking every man, woman anil squabble and headed for the U. S. latest starts ever made on the
and to which they are entitled. hereby announce as. a candidate child for their support and I want
IHLIC INSrnt'CTiowIv candidate Tour vote and active support for Sheriff of Bradford County you to know that I will appreciate Another Dewan took over and strawberry deal here and thseason

Irintendent announce as of a Public In- will be highly appreciated.O. J. Phillips.. subject In May.to the If Democratic the people of Primaries this heart It from the bottom of my the little state joined India. But will necessarily be short

of Bradford County Flor- FOR IfPEHINTKNnK'STOF county elect me to the high officeof Sincerely your friend. the change didn't help pigment I lived -s- four weeks on the fresh
Ihe May 1948 primaries.. I PUBlIC INMTIIIOTIOVI Sheriff I promise you with all Charley E. Johns.FOR hungry American 1
|fled| for the office under wish. to announce that I am a sincerity of heart It shall be run paint men a market, and two weeks for cold
school law and pledge my- candidate for re-election as your upon the same high level in the TAX COLLECTORTo bit. however, for the new chief pack to the best that growers can
elected to discharge thaI School I future as In the pant. the people of Pradford County: turned out to be
office faithfully and County Superintendent. The Journal records that the even tougher hope for due to the fact that
this
grateful to the people of I earnestly solicit your vote and I candidate for election to
am very am a
I[ bent Interests. of the chll-In Bradford County for the privilegeof support and assure. you that It the office of Tax Collector subjectto highly-polished British Foreign than the old, and the Indian price North Carolina shipments usually

J further Bradford pledge County myself aver to serving them during my first will be sincerely appreciated.R. the will of the people In the Office and Britain's chemical industry battle became more muddled than begin Arty In May.
In office. (Homey) Andrew. Democratic I have
term
next primaries.
kill. time to the duties at all ofV.e Tau can be proud of your school had .several years' experience In perhaps with some American ever. The pots of paint makers Last year by this time Bradford
and be ready
J work with the people of .y..tem-It. Is. the result of combined FOR COUNTY .rVOGE dealing In real estate and variousother abettttg, put their diplomacy waited tn vain for titanium while growers had already marketed
It Is with that I
pleasure announce .
jobs of responsibility and
Inty for the welfare ofRild efforts of all.I to tattle-tale gray discolored more l ,448 Crates for estimated
tc to the good people of feel that I am qualified for this work'And. thought they had I an

j. support In the will county.be greatly Tour and .respectfully support during solicit the your coming vote Bradford for County re-election Florida as.my your candidacy office. If the elected duties I of promise thin to office discharge settled 'thehfcuarrel. British TI- and more*American homes, badlyIn return of $108,405.13.: This sea

Bed._ election, and If re-elected to this. County Judge. Am grateful to thepeople with fairness to all. I solicit your tanium Products Ltd., agreed to I need' of a nice fresh coat of son the first crate has yet to be

-Harmon P. Morgan. position with, I fidelity will continue and fairness.to serve of this County for their support and vote on May 4. build the Dewan his chemical white. sold from the market here due to
you support In the past and have triedto Sincerely .
FOR ShERIFF -Arthur McRae. show unto you that I appreciate S. (Uncle yours.W. Walt) Slbley. plant.- tiny one with a capacity Starke would probably have got- the consistently cold and wet

i 0 citizens of Bradford FOR HVPFJR VISOROF oot";: trust the In same me. considerationfor If you re- NOTIOR of only five tons a day (the ten Its llmrnlte mine eventually, weather that has held plants back

Iv announce my candidacy REGISTRATION your Interest will be exhibitedas Notice Is hereby given that. the Blanding plant will yield around even if the Dewan of Travancore from production.The .
Ifflce of Sheriff and assure I hereby announce my candidacy In the past. : your support and underpinned is engaged In business hadn't
for Supervisor of Registration for 275 tons a day). This was just started getting Ideas for Plant City season passed
of vote In the coming election will .
Imy appreciation your under the fictitious name of Erono-
during the campaign and Bradford County and ask your vote be greatly appreciated. Hilt Home Co., at the following enough to keep the Dewan busy; the E. I. duPont de Nemours Company Its peak*last week and production

lo at the Primary Election and out the support.duties If of elected said. office I will to carry the Gratefully yours, address: Camp niandlng, Starke, but not enough to absorb the ore had been conducting a will drop sharply there during the
| E. K. Perryman, and ..
4S. Fla, Intends to register the
native of the State of best of my ability.friend Thanks.our County Judge said fictitious name In the officeof supply, and American paint .men search for an adequate domestic I next two weeks At last reportsthe

imd have lived In Bradford T. 'S .(Tomrnte, ) Williams.. the rierk of the r-ircult Court say it would be too small to op. source for more than two years I market there was ranging

(for several years. I have of Army Bradford Wrecking County, CorporationSole Fin. erate at a profit but the prime But the Indian! Incident undoubt from 11 to 21o per pint. Quality
I the duties of the office FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER FOR STATE SENATOR
Ivan the honor of election, DISTRICT NO. S Owner minister 'seemed satisfied. (Continued on page eight) of fruit was described as poor because
berfonn the duties to the Camp Blandlng. Starke, Fla.iv .
I
hereby announce my candidacy ofheavy rains In that areaalso
Imy ability.D. for County Commissioner of District -
II. (Smitty) Smith No. S. comprising. the E'rooker rinci'rr (roiTi T.fOI"VTY. flisflPOflfl '.. .
Bull Is Johns
IN CHANCKHY. TopSellingale
and New River Precincts subjectto FI.OHintl Says His Bill .Mast Replant
R !WrITE SENATOR the will of the Democratlo voters -
l y announce my candidacy In the Primaries.. In May. nesslx Dennis Acterman. .Plaintiff, In OcalaRites Would Have Stopped :i R. D; Alvarez,. manager of the
Samuel Defendant.
jo Senator from the 16thkl The vote and active support of k1 vs. Acterman Stat Farmer; Market stated -
6325ORDER yesterday
I District. I have alwaysworked Case No.
the voters. In the district are earnestly l Loss Thru Bookies
I for the aid of old .solicited, and I promise If OP" PUBLICATiON that It will be necessary
Iv people. I believe In care- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ...
elected to continue to dischargethe .7 for'' growers tok-replant cucumber
dint and low taxes.. dutieS of the office In a fair STATE OF FLORIDA to: Samuel Held SundayFor ;w .A crack-down Von, illegally-op
btecl. I promise 'full!, con- and Impartial manner as. I. have Acterman, whose. residence Is un- erating- bookmakers in seetL'Sufficient t- for planting
|i service to the beat of endeavored to do In the pant. known. Th s. F.. Brown the Miami 133 acres had keen sold to growers -
lily. I earnestly solicit M. O. HARRELL.FOR Tau are required to appear on ; area Is currently being made by
19 and support subject to March 15th 1M8 In the above Accident Victim Sheriff Sullivan through the market Alvarez
Jimmy of
cratlo Primary of May 4, HKIIIFF named Court and cause. wherein Dade stated,.:although be did not know-
I wish to announce my candidacy I plaintiff. seeks. divorce. Bradford County at the request of the
Sincerely your friend for Sheriff of Bradford County sub County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder Thomas F.'Brown, 60 of Hampton State Racing Commission. how much had actually been put
Clarence A. Roberta.. ject to the Democratic primariesIn In next four weekly IxxtieH. In the ground. He said that the
,
May. If elected I will dischargethe Witness my hand and official was killed Instantly Friday William B. Watson commission(
FOIL duties. of the office to the best .goal at fStnrke: l SHERIFF that the
of my ability, and I earnestly solicit of February I'M' *. dally planting.The .
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'y
of announce Bradford for the office. the vote and support of all the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. by a locomotive of the Seaboard "handle" of $300.000: way from
ft County sub voters. of Bradford County. As ClerK of said Court. market manager stated
title will (Air Line Railroad at Waldo. the
of the In legalized
voters pari-mutuds at 'the
-NELSON T. GREEN John J. Henderson, 1'S'I.| St. Augustine that some corn that was already
Primary
7tltil"w Mr. Brown had been employed race
Ofyon" Fla. tracka'repre.eats a loss) In

I and that I Is make to make you hereby FOil announce SHERIFFI my candidacy Atty. for Plf. 2-13 4t 3-5 for many years as Seaboard telegraph tax revenue of $' 0,000 to $43,000 well the rain up would' but' that be unharmed seed in the by

Jne. bent officers you have for the office of Sheriff of Bradford operator .In Waldo. It III a day to the State of,Florida.The .
1111"1"0110
a!'. P. (Puck) Jones.. the Democratic County subject voters to In the the will pri-of IN(,ol'cincrrr' 'rv. FMtHIIIAI roiniT. IN Cii '... stated' that he was alone at. the 'secretary 'estimated 'tha ground. would A 73 percent have increase to be replanted in-

01"T: mary elections of May, 194,1. Itel..cted CKHYDell Plaintiff 'office on the morning the accident if the money wagered away tram
Stafford Jordan. vs.
COMMISSIONER corn this had been
to of acreage year
this position hja-h responsibility -
|t by announce my candidacy and trust. I will discharge Carl C. Jordan Defendant. Case and went outside as the the tracks went through the

I office of County CommU- the duties of this. office In No. 6321OTIDER train approached in order to pass mutuel. for the remainder of the anticipated. _
pr Dlitrlct One (Lawtey) a fair and Impartial manner. Your PTTRLK-ATTWJ Crops will generally be two orthree
J County AND NOTICE TO APPKAR orders to the engine and crew. it
Florida. If vote and active support will be up season would mean an addlUlonal -
I1 promise to give falth- greatly appreciated. I hereby candidacy STAT, OF FLORIDA to: CarlC .,Ie had apparently been misinformed $600,000 to the weeks late maturing in
ffretlo and conscientious announce my !. Jordan whose residence tsr 2423S. State's and
Bradford County this spring
-T. C. (Clayton) Crawford.FOR office of State Senator from
for the
I to this Important office. Watts Street Philadelphia as to which track the 07 counties and $1,200.000 to the
the 15th Senatorial District. comprising because of the in
I it all times. Pennsylvania. summer delay
be ready to train arriving on and stepped It will be
Bradford and Union CountieS was remembered that Sent -
advise TAX COLLECTORTo required to onMarch
jnd with Ton are appear
conJ -
practically
my planting. Ordinarily
.
and In my duties as Com- the people of Bradford County: and If elected, 1 prom I.. to 16. 194*. In the above named directly in front of the mov- will be remembered that Senator
|r' to carry out their will I hereby announce my candidacyfor faithfully perform the duties of Court and cause wherein plaintiff all seed is In the ground by March
l k for the best Interest. of the office of Tax Collector of this. office to the best of my ability. seeks divorce. Bradford County ing locomotive. Visibility was Charley E. Johns put up a 13.: It will be another two weeks
let' of Bradford In the May 4th Tour vote and support will bo this. OrderIn the accident occurred a-
ami county. Your .sup- County Telegraph shall publish poor, as courageous fight In the 1947 session -
in be deeply appreciated.J. Primary Election. I feel that my greatlly appreciated.Respectfully next four weekly Issues.Witness and it had been now however, before farmers can
bout of the
daylight Florida
II. MondaOt'iry many years of experience as. Deputy your my hand and offlrla! Legislature to complete their planting.
Clerk and In other clerical positions O. FRED ANDREWS.: seal! at Srarke' Florida, this February raining. outlaw the "bookies" of thin.
of Rainfall during the past 12-
responsibility amply qualifyme 7. 1945.OFFICIAL
: .
by COMMISSIONER for this office, and If elected I FOR HUPERVIHOIt OF ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Funeral services were held Sun State. Son. Johns has contendedthat month period has been describedas
I"
''ity! announce Commissioner my candidacy pledge my full efforts to dischargethe ItEIsTRti'ION As. Clerk nf said Court. day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock in It would mean an estimated
| of DIs- duties of said office with creditto I hereby announce my candidacyfor Joseph K. Skipper Williams nl"If.. 'the heaviest since 1872. It
!rae (South Starke:: ). Tour all.I Supervisor of Registration for T. Wi Fornvtn.. Jacksonville.. Pla.Atty' the Hampton Baptist Church with $5O,000 In additional revenue to has exceeded 82 Inches, while
r"d Support will' be greatly will appreciate your support Bradford County .subject to the will I, for Pit'' 2-13 4t 3.5 Rev. W. A. Scott"pastor, officiating each Florida county If the bookies 49.71 Inches
normal for the period! Is -
during the campaign and your voteon of the people In the May Primary.I .
-Ira WilsonlIetrIrt election day. was. raised and schooled In Tad- IN cinrriT rontT. RRtftronnCOI'NTY. assisted by Rev. L. D. Haines were put out of buHlncsn. ).
|< Or'ITY"" COMMISSIONER Sincerely yours, ford County and am a veteran of FI.OhiIIdh IN ('11"'11. of Starke. Interment was in The Bradford-Union Senator Introduced -
R. A. Weeks. World War II. If elected I promise ( ERY
b Three to perform the duties of this Carrie Barnes. Plaintiff vs. lark Santa Fe Cemetery with DeWitt this bill In the Senate

Offtr vBntlo"noe. my candidacy FOR TAX ASSESSORI office to best of my ability and to Barnes Defendant Case No. B34.1. C. Jones in charge of arrangement during the 1047 Session and It Three New Homes
If .of r<>nfy Commlslr.Dstrlct appreciation for the ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
show confidence
| take this method of announcing my was the first bill to be Introduced
No. Under
Three, com- placed In me. Your vote NOTICR TO APPIJAR Now WayIn
for office of
re-elertlon to the
l'n !South! Stark. Precinct. and support will be appreciated.Albert STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jack Senate Bill No.1. The billpassed
to the iw"l f the voters Assessor of Taxes, promising you Jr. Barnes. whose residence and address l. Mr. Brown was a native of
U. Crosby, [ Pinehurst
that If re-elected I will continueto
l.r'marles' In the Senate with 39 for and
May. If electI'l Is unknown. Mllledgevllle Ga., and was a
of said office
discharge the duties
Continue to give my very FOil COUNTV COMMSSSIONER151ST You are required to appear on only 2 against However, the bill
I""' to the In an efficient, fair and. Impartial the above named member of the Hampton Baptist under
discharge of my OVK (LAWTKY March 22 194 In Throe new homes are construct -
l It been plea ure manner. candidatefor Court and cause, wherein plaintiff was defeated In the House by a
.1. my Your vote and assistance in the I hereby announce as a Church. ion In Plnehurst Subdivision
lnln this| capacity for the County Commissioner In Dlfctrirt seeks divorce and restoration of vote of 47 for fOnd 31 against.
fears and coming election Is earnestly sollcE. Bradford County In addition to his widow .Mrs north of the
I feel like I One (Lawtey) subject to the Democratic maiden name. In the block just
:they flur to give my people the It.d. W. Hayes. primaries In May. I promise Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Laura Belle Brown, he U survived Charley says that he Is glad Jos. K. Wilson Home.A .
desire and to whicheoJ.e if elected to discharge the next four weekly Issues.Witness that the State Racing Commission -
lt officialseal .. by two sons, Emery L. and
COMMISSIONERDistrict duties of this office In a fair and my hand and 2-bedroom cement block house
and support will be FOR COUNTY No. 1 (Lewis") Impartial manner. I also want toassure at Stark., Florida this Feb. ,T. F. Brown, both of Hampton; a hAlt finally awakened to the 114 under way for Mr. and Mrs.
you that I'll see after ruarv 14. 194*. Importance of this Legislation
-.J. L. Wynn. I hereby announce my randldacyfor our roads and will be willing to cooperate OFFICIAL SEAT.) A. J. ThomasAs step-daughter, Kathryn Weeat. Cleveland Drlggers of Lake Buter. .
the office of County which he describes of the
-- with the voters and taxpayers Clerk of said. Court Elizabeth. N. J. and a step-son, as one
; street
for District One ( It la the
sioner Just across
CLVRK CIRCUIT In thu. dlatrlct. Charles R. Hess, 204-05 Ouaranty finest bills for the Interest. of the
comml.-I
| COVRI'a to the broth-
Miami two
subject Gordon Weest ;
.-BIIl Lano Life Bids- Jacksonville. Fla. ; pom Wilson's. Mr. riggers Is
candidate for re-election marie) In May. If 2-20 41 5121EOfl people of Florida that was ever
Atty. for Plf. ers. M P. Brown Wart ley, Ga., employed by Torode Chevrolet Co.
Introduced in Tallahassee.
I and :J. P. Brown. Irvlngton. Ga.; and he and his wife will. move to

and three sisters, Miss Reacy 1 _Starke__n_ as soon as the house Is
Melbourne Mrs Tom Coach Will Start
Brown. ;
.. .-- -..... ,-- .- --.... : Jordan completed.
Ports and athletics wllf be -barber in1 here night. beginning Gtpson Macon Ga., and Mrs. J. Spring FootballTraining Materials are on the groundand
a- and operated a shop house Monday :
ong the II Operating A & A A. Ivey Palmetto Ga. two other homes, one for
subjects studied. Starke for several years. at 7 p. m.
Monday for C. A.
[)ewey Warren and one
Funeral services were held In sessions will be held each
r8 Future Eaton Jordan long-time grocery Recent BirthsMr. Yancy, will soon be under way
Now Employed Jay on Wednesday March 3. and Monday night at the same time clerk in Starke with the Tip Top BUS Coach N. Carson Geiger on Cypress St.. across from the

1 Blanding Shop interment was In the cemetery and place and the instruction l III and S. R. Johns grocery. an- and 'Mrs. Franklin Paul Is debating whether to start Guy Andrews home.

there.. free to all adults veterans or flounces that he has opened the Stebblng, Starke'girl Paula Nell, spring football practice or crew Ben F. Hall Is the contractoron

JL.. Anderson foreman. an- Survivors Include hU widow and non-veterans. There are no fees A & A luncheonette and Invites March 2. training the first of next week. all three Jobs.Petroleum .
three' mail sons all of Jay, five kind. and even text booksare Unless the In few hours
ounced of any his friends and citizens of Brad- Mr.\ and Mr. Edward Mosley sun puts a
yesterday that 78 menre daughters by a former marriage free of charge.A. between
supplied ford County to pay him a vUlt. Maxvllle, boy. Edward Kugene of overtime shining now

now employed at the National three brothers and a.aiater. J. Thomas. Jr., is serving as He Is specializing In plate March 3. and Monday, the BUS athletic GroupTo

;uard pool maintenance shop at Instructor In mathematics, and lunches. toasted sandwiches. bar- field will be In about as good con- Meet TonightA

amp Blanding; All places have District Legion Fulton Mobley conducts the class becue, and short orders, and' calls Louis Richard KeatingMr. dition for crew as It will for foot-

.veIl" filled with the exception of in carpentry (applied science). special attention to Ms large and Mrs. J. L. Keating of ball. reorganization meeting of the

'VG( or three highly skilled posi- Meeting SundayThe whlc are the two course being Juicy hamburgers and genuine New Orleans announce the arrival The Coach plans to start some- Bradford County Petroleum Industries -

one! Anderson stated. annual District Legion offered at the present time. Mexican chill. of a son, Louis Richard, on Feb thing Monday, however. In spiteof Committee will be heldIn

Authorization for 00 additional will be held at th. University Future .courses will include typ- Mr. Jordan was previously> em- ruary 14. Mrs.\ Keating Is the -- and high water and the the courthouse here tonight

:nnisAM a was recently given In Meeting of Florida Post In Gainesville ing, shorthand, bookkeeping and ployed in Jacksonville with the former Miss Lillian Moseley of chances are It'll be spring foot- (Friday) at 7:30: o'clock.

rder.that the shop might process March 14. at 10a. other useful subjects, it Is stated. Jacksonville Coah Co. His wife Starke. ball. "If it rains anymore we'll Service station operators garagpmt"n -
Sunday. and
truckers
vehicles by July 1 for use on m. All members of the Starke All persons who are not high and son Bill, are making their do our practicing on the black- dealers, allied
1\1 Natjon MI'RLA fLJZUETlIV.LL board until the field dries oft many others representing
Card's annual en- attend. school graduates and who desireto home In Starke..
"ropment. Post are urged to Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wall Jr., sufficiently" Geiger stated. industries will gather from every

Pealt This will be the last meeting benefit by the night classesare Smith and children! announce the birth of a daughter Al! boys who are interested In section of the county to discuss
Mrs.
Hogan
employment at the ahop before the state convention in asked to register\ with C. S. of vital importance to the
matters
can5 of her mother, Murla Elizabeth on Sunday playing football next. season are
Sunday
20ftn. a payroll of more than Panama City in April and district Partin. Classes are also open for were Mrs. guests R. C. Weaver, In Jackson March 7. In St. Vincent' Hospital, urged to report to the Coach by motoring public and the petroleum -

monthly for at least until officers are to be elected. colored people. Those Interestedmay I'I'JaclulonvUle. Monday. Industry. Officers will also
Illy.
Albert Lee Crosby Jr. enter at any time. ville. be elected.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, IFXORIDA EIUDty
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Everett K. Green five daughters All who heard the message en- April 5. 1948 In the above named tin. for Fla.' .rlf. 3-B 4t ''I In Telegraph next Shah 9"IilIi1
; Atty.
Sibley Tells Of Court and cause, wherein plaintiff four II
Rites Tuesday For Lorraine Rltch MIns Mary Joyed It, then the .church rendered seeks divorce and custody and ron- .. Witness my W"kly 110,.
Mrs. QualificationsPictured an excellent The trol of minor children. Bradford iv tiitnir COIIIT. Rn.\I seal at Strke, "hand' ...
Mrs. Pearlie GreenMrs. Ellen Green, and Mrs Li'dlle: program. County Teleirraph shall. publish. thin. ('08 "'1'1'. FLWIUIJAl IN .. : 3. 1948. t"rId.. II
Nebo Quartette sang two selections Order In next four weekly |I".u.. CKIIY. (OFFICIAL SF..iI.

: Pearlie Green 57, died at Copenhaver, all of Starke,, Mrs. which were fine. Witness my hand and official March Heal 3. Fred W. HarmH. Plaintiff, vs. T. AI ....rk "-I
Frank
) at Staike, Florida, thin Defendant. Ca. IoIlndrun, or
her homo noar Starke Sunday Reba Starling of Graham, and The Mt. Calvary Baptist Church 1948. 6386 srusta Harms, Ally. for I'lf H

afternoon. She was a native of Mr*. Pauline Yeomana of Lake. z Rev. C. A. Crurrt pastor met withus (OFFICIAL SEA.) A. J. Thomas Court., ORDER OF PUBLICATION

Baker County and had lived here ; 4 and is In line with the A* Clerk of said Fla. AND NOTICH/ TO APPEAR
land; and one son, Clarence Rho. again T. Frank Lanrlrum. Stark STATE OF FLORIDA to:
for the pant 39 year Congress again now. Atty for )>If. a-5 4t 3-26 ,i Augusta Harms whose ..
Miss
five
den Starke; slaters. 1
504 Anneslle
: Is
Survivors include her husband'!, The new Congress will be held i> 'IIUTI'r Eo8-i.'r. nil \.olln and address Baltimore: Maryland.
MIa Ida Sweat. AnneHlle,
Annie Sweat CO!'vrV. FL.Oltll.ltl I'M 1IINCKIIY. -
at the New Bethel Baptist Church, You are required. to appear
Mills Famle Johns, and Mrs. Sally Small Mahon. Plaintiff. vs. [April 6. 1948. In the above
Rev. A. Vln Virginia
lon pastors and cause, wherein
,3i AUTOMOBILE Anthony all of Starke and Mrs. Robert Edward Mahon Defendant.. Court seeks divorce. Bradford
The service was good at Bethel Case No. 6387
r LIABILITY INSURANCE Cora Marlowe of Bay Pines; a ORDER OP PUBLICATION
all day. Rev. G. O. McArthur APPEAR r Sr ta-rrSSSSS.rS S -
AND NOTICE TO
Although not rompulnotjy It I* brother, A. W. Sweat of Jacksonville delivered the morning message STATE OF FLORIDA to: Robert

much latter to carry Liability and a half brother, Hardy which was a masterpiece. Edward unknown.You .Mahon, whose residence la VOTE ( X, ) I

Insurance. I reprewnt only old R.J.E. NEWS are required to appear on

liar, rrllabta stock! romp&nle. Sweat of Plant City. April 5th. 1941.......In. the above. ..1..1.-named -. j.--. AND ELECT.
WeIfolkUeliJ9taljtUe --h.I.
.m,3 -
Your buHlnPM* Mill be appreciated. Funeral services were held at 2 __ IMS' '(!nnPI .

o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the

129 %V. Call HtrcctOppunlte graveslde In Conner Cemetery

t Bradford ('0. Telegraph with Rev. Herman Moody of the BBADFOBD TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, MARCH I I

rhonn 131 Primitive Baptist Church officiat Page 8-8 COVN1fY -

Jr. ing. Arrangements were In chargeof c .
N. D. Wainwright Telegraph shall publish this
Key-McCabe Funeral Home. 11! CIRCUIT COURT. BHAI>rORnCOHMTV. William M. Jones Defendant. Ca.eNo. In next four weekly issues.Witness You are required 10 I
FLORIDAI IH" CHAXCKttY. : $371. PUBLICATION my hand and 15, lOU In th. Ibop.

U I II above Is Walter 3' Plaintiff AND ORDER NOTICE OF TO APPEAR seal at Starke, Florida, this and cause, Wbttoln I
June Seymour Wlntteer 14, 1948.OFFICIAL divorce. Bradort(
ley of Starke and Thereeaa'. Wlneteer. Defendant. STATE OF FLORIDA to: William ruary .1. ) shall
v*.. Oaorge Lellewyn and SEAL) A. [ puhlu
( tbb
I FOR SALE Case No. 33S. M. Jones, whose residence As Clerk of said next tour weekly i I..u.
last week announced as a f address last known Is 136 Quonaet.College .
ORDER OF PUE-UICATION? J. C. Durrance. Law Exchange! I Witness my hand and
date' for Tax Collector of NOTICE TO APPEAR Housing, U.S.A.C.. Logan at Starke,
I to Mttl. all.lltatPI, 20 arrow on I'rlnon Road. Good land, ROme ford County. Mr. Sibley ha" STATE AND OF FLORIDA to: Qeorce Utah. to on Jacksonville Atty. for 21!. Fla. 2-27 4t ry 11, 1948.OFFICIAL Florlda Ii.
Low for sal'. Lellewyn Wlnetter whoae real You are required appear ( SEAL) A.
quick
timber excellent watrr. price J.
I Ma"ch J91h. 1148. in the above namd .
several years' experience in dence la643 17tl Street, Ban Diego IN CIRCUIT COVWT. Clerk of said Court

See Mr. Window 305 MtKlHon Ave., or your real estate agent.Ladies' ling real estate, and taught California.You are. repaired to appear on "., Court seeks and divorce cause,and wherein custody plaintiff of- CKHY.COVNTY. FLORIDA IN '. H.rol'Douglas plf. OftflR 1.11

for 20 years. lie has held March IS. 1948 In the above named child. Bradford County Telegraphshall Antonetta, Moncelll Bill. _
In next
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff publish this Order Defendant. CIRCUIT COIHT
Jobs of responsibility and vs. Pietro BUI. II
I,.-.----.--------.--- seeks divorce and care custody and four weekly Issues.' No. 6367. COUNTY FLORIDA, L'
seal
that he feeU he Is "old enou control of minor children. Bradford Witness my hand and official ORDER OF PUBLICATION CERY
shall publish at Starke Florida, this X4tb of King,
Teleirraph APPEAR
assume the responsibilities County AND/ NOTICE TO Plaintiff n
this Order III next four weekly February,t'JAL! STATE OF FLORIDA to: Defendant. ('a.I:,
Tax Collector". ( ) A. 3. Thomas.As .
your taauea Pletro Bill whose residence and ORDER OF Pt'BLICA!
hand and official Clerk of said Court. dl AND ;NOTICE TO
"I have spent mo t'ot, m seal Witness at Starke my Florida, this February John J. Henderson Esq. St..Augus- dress Florence la: Italy.Cavarzano STATE OF FLORIDA APP i 10,

In Bradford County, as a 11, 1148.OFFICIAL tine, 31..*.. 3-ai 4t 8-19 You are required to appear ', ., whose residence In
f Plf.
( BEAD A..J. Thomas. Atty. March 29. 1948 In the above You are required to ,
payer, and have always w Aa Clerk of said Court i mT. BRADFORDCOtNTY Court and cause, wherein 15, 1948 In the ab...
for the betterment of the COI Robert H. Dunean. 204 Lynch Bldg.Jack.ooVills IV! CIRCUIT I.V CHAN- seeks divorce and restoration and cause, herein .
FLORIDA
DressesValues .
Fla.Atty. divorce. ,
Mr. Sibley stated. :i'I am I S-1I 4t 1-5 CE"Y. maiden name. Bradford Bradford i
:
for Plf. Plaintiff Telegraph shall publish [) shall puMUh Itoi
Ola. Mae Jacobs Chavls. .I.
eran of World War I, a M: Levi Chavls, Defendant. CaseNo. In next four weekly Issues.aittnfmm next four weekly llU.iI
vs. Witness mv hand ..n'.eaJ
Shriner, member of the Am. .... mv hand and I at Starke- Florida, "tul
i1DER PUBLICATION seal at Starke. 3'lorida.thi$ ,
Legion Chamber of Comn. IN' CIRCUIT COVRT BRADFORD AND NOTICE OF TO APPEAR ruary U. uu.OFFICIAL 11, 1948.
To8.95
FLORIDA IN C1IANCRIIY SEAL A. .1. Official Seal) A 11
COUNTY.
and Methodist Church. STATE OF FLORIDA to: LChavla ( Clerk of said Court
of said
As Clerk
"If you good voters will j George Bend, Plaintiff vs. Cat- last, whoae known residence ia House and No.address I-, '1'. Frank Landrum Starke. Fla. H. Douglas, Gallic.

me with this position I pn erlna Nlcll Denes, Defendant. Caae Tote Road. Cheraw South Caro Atty. for Plf. 8-17 ft ). for Plf. M|

S3S4 you an honest, efficient, No. ORDER 6366. OF PUBLICATIONAND lina.You are required to appear on IN CIRCUIT COURT. CIRCUIT coi:R r. ma
,
APPEAR .. COUNTY. FLORID\l
TO IN B
courteous administration NOTICE to: Mr*. March 19tb. 1948, In the above named COUNTY FLORIDA CERY. (
FLORIDA
STATE OF VERY
this red-headed Florida craci Caterlna Nicil Benea. wboae realdence Court seeks and divorce.cause Bradford wherein County plaintiff Peter Mantel, Plaintiff vs. Kavanagh Killeavy.f

chance this time, as I don'lIeve and address la: San GIovanni Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Oroen Mantel, Defendant. Case .. Francis Thomas. Klllunl
dl Ouardlella Trleate Italy. next four weekly Issues. fl3 52' Case No. 611S
$ In one man holding. 4 You are required to appear on Witness my band and official seal : ORDER OF PUBLICATION ORDER OF PT'BLICATL:
s continuously."I March 29, 1>4I. In the above named at Starke Florida this 19th day : AND NOTICE TO APPEAR AND NOTICE TO APPLl
Court and cause wherein plaintiffseeks STATE OF FLORIDA to: STATE OF FLORIDA
of February le4a. to !
earnestly solicit your divorce. Bradford County I Jan J. Groen Mantel whose ,
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. .1. Thomas. Kllleavy whom i
and support on May 4." Telegraph shall publish this Order I Aa Clerk of said Court. I dence and address Is: 1 Ste .: Care of Oeneral Jo..;h
In next four weekly lasuea. Swlnden Str. 46, Amsterdam 0. Cnramixl
official John J. Henderson Esq., St. Augustine Headquarters \
and ;
Sincerely yours Witness my hand February Fla. land.You F. E.. A. P. O. 631. CM I
W. S. (Uncle Walt) SI seal at Stance Florida this Atty. for PIt. J-ZT 4t 3-U are required to appear .. New.. York N. T
24. un.10FFICIAL March 22. 1948 In the above You are required to'1,
GOOf NEWS FOR THE MEN A. 3. Thomas,
SEAL) saId Court. IV! CIRCTIT COIRT. BRIDFOBD1OrVTY. Court and cauae, wherein un.'I I 5. 1948. In the shot]
Aa Clerk of FLORIDA IX' ('1l.\>- seeks divorce. Bradford and cause wher u
Keep On Fishing, T. Frank Landrum. Starke. Fla.a-U CKHY.Benjamin. Telegraph shall publish this .. divorce Pradfort 3
Atty. for Plf. 1-17 4t Parker. Plaintiff vs. In next four weekly issues. shall publlnh thhl
.. Men !V :DressPaints Through March, Margaret Scrlven Parker Defendant. Witness my hand and next four weekly limiv f
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<">o.. No. 3J1. seal at Starke Florida this Witness my hand and A
Commissioner Says "0['II'r, DRtDFORIICOEN.ry. ORDER OF PUBLICATION ruary 18, 1948.OFFICIAL .- I at Starke, Florida tk.il,
CIHCl'IT
IV SEAL A. J.
FLORIDA IN: CII4N- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ( 8. 1948.OFFICIAL .
.
STATE OF FLORIDA to. Margaret As Clerk of said SEAL) A. J1Aa
Sportsmen can continue unli tiltY.Elizabeth! Walters. Plaintiff. vs.haries Scriven Parker whose real T. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla. Clerk of ill. L
rupted fresh water fis E. Walter, Defendant. dence and address last known Is Atty. for Plf. 2-20 4t '. Jones Scott c Bvl
( No. 8 East 132nd Street New York <>tt National. Hank Blll
throughout this month despite Cane No. 6373.ORDER IF PUBLICATION City New York. IV! CIRCUIT COURT. .. ... Fla. I
()
r fact that regulations printed AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR You are required to appear on CKHV CtoUVTY.! FLORIDA IN .. for Plf. Ml|
Charlea March 88th 1948. in the above named -
FLORIDA to:
their licenses ol' STATE OF Ruth Janea Lindsay Plaintiff
fishing say known ad- Court and cause, wherein plaIntiff .
E. Waltera, whose last seeks divorce. Bradford : Leonard 1. Lindsay, !' cincriT rornT. mii
wise. Director Ben C. Mor drv"H Was Btarke. Fla. County Case No. 6355.ORDER COrvTY. FLOI3II)Is "11 I ICRRY.
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
State Game and Fre.h1 You are required to appear on four Issues.Witness OF PUBLICATIONAND .
next weekly
March 29 1948. In the above named NOTICE TO APPEAR .... Chllds. Plaintiff M
Fish Commissioner annou wherein plaintiff my hand and official seal CeIt
$450 Court and cause at Starke Florida, this 19th of STATE OF FLORIDA 10: !> :Defendant
Bradford County ,
his week. K pi'kC divorce. this OrderIn February UtA.lOFFICIAL L. Lindsay. whose residence la ORDER OF PT'tLU"ITI
shall publish NOTICE TO AP
Telegraph Shoe AND
H. L. Green Company
i SEAL) A. J. Thomas ,
the licenses
Morgan said n.xt four weekly laauen.Wltnewa Merrlmac STATE OF FLORIDA III i
seal As Cl"rk of said, Court. Department Street
official .
,
my hand and Sfassaohusetts. ., whose re ld"nf aol
printed and Issued before the emluion'a February John J. Henderson Esq., St. ", u-u..1 ell
Rt Stnrke' Florida, this tlne Fla. You are required to appear ."" was: Jarei. N. MoolaYos l
.January ruling w 25. 1948. Atty. for Plf. 2-17 4t I.U 1 March 22, 1948, In the above are required ML,, ,
.
abolishes the March closed OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas ed Court and cause, wherein \ 18 1948. In the ab" j
Aa Clerk of Raid Court. tiff seeks divorce. Bradford and cause. wherein ti.eehi .
son. clreen A Ireen. Starke Fla. iv cmrriT 'flinT BRADFORD Telegraph shall publish this divorce and cuntodr ml l
Is Bargain DayAt This marks the first time In Attyn. for Pit. 2-21 4t 3-19 (-OI"NTY.. FLORIDtl IV! CHAN'CKRY. :' In next four weekly Issues Brndfnnl Couml r'
; Every Day Witness my hand and shall publish this
history of the commission Mllbra DI.rda Plaintiff, va. Wlnford Heal at Starke Florida thla four weekly I,"UPI
has been iv nnci'iT rouiir. IIR \nronDCOI'VTY. Kelly, Case No 4359 19 1945.OFFICIAL Witness my hand and
fresh water fishing CIIA'SCKHY ruary
FLOHIDll l.V ORDER OF PUBLICATION Florida (tw
at Stnrke
( SEAL) A. .1.
*
77ie mitted throughout March. the AND NOTICE 'r() APPEAR As Clerk of said Court. 6. 1948.
fleshier Plaintiff ve. Elliab STATE J 1
said.Morgan v. H. OF FLORIDA to: Win- Skipper ft Speh. Williams OFFICIAL SEAL!: ) A.
rector
..th Beahler Defendant. Case No. ford Kelly, whose residence Is un- 7 W. Forsyth Street As Clerk of CII
pointed out how 6174. known. Jackaonvllle Fla. .. & Green Stark", Ft'
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND You are required to appear on 2-20 .. for Plf. Ml.
that. all fresh, water fishing APPEAR Atty. for Plf. 4t )
TO
NOTICE
STAR StoreDEALERS / March 29, 1948 In the above named _
be closed during April and ,' STATE OF FLORIDA to: Eii and*a- Court and cause wherelnplalntlff IV! CIRCUIT ('.....nT. i ciRcrir ;;r T. IIRI i

In Northwest, counties. beth address la lern'k ?:;n.residence Telonraph seeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this County OrderIn CF.RY COUNTY. FLORIDA! IV: I I rOITVTY: FLOBIDtl .111.

r The annual March closed. set You are required to appear on next four weekly Issues. Robert Thomns. Plaintiff vs. Florence McDonald P"1'1''
,_- ----- -- ---- ----- ----- -I was discarded after Chief F March 29 1948 In wherein the above plaintiff namedCourt Witness mv hand and official seal omi Thomas Defendant. Case I Hugh McDonald Defendant
and cause at Starke Florida, this February 63 5 4. I I31J.
Ties Biologist .John F. Deq peeks. divorce and award of prop- 19. 1948. OPDER OF PUBLICATION ORDER OF PUBLlClp'( ?''
erty. Bradford County Telegraph (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas NOTir-E .
18-month AND NOTICR TO APPEAR AND
revealed that an sui xhalt. publish thla Order In next As Clerk of snlil, Court.55ach STATE OF FLORIDA to: STATE OF FLORIP I IIIcDonald. .I
had convinced him that there four weekly Isauea.Wltnes H. Douglas, Gainesville Fla. Thomas whoso residence Is :\ whose reslilfir*
my hand and official. Atty. for Plf. Z-27 4t 3-19 known. ... Is unknown.
closed
seaaoi
"no need for
any spat at Starke: Florida this FebriiRrv You are required to You are required to I'farch
bass and bream In Florida" 25 1848OFFICIAL IV CIRCUIT mi'RT, BRADFORDCOt"STY. appear th- '"
March 22 1948 In the above :\ 15. 1948. In aj
( SEAL) A. 3. Thomas FLORIUAl IV CIIAV' whi-r'ln P
Court and wherein I and cause
; STATIONSAND raid Court cause
SERVICE Aa Clerk of CKRY.Virginia.
seek. divorce. Bradford I senks divorce. Jlradfotd" ,
I NEWS ABOUT Oeo. L. Patten, Starke Fla.Attya. Ambrose Oray. Plaintiff Telegraph shall publish this .. .. shall niiMli-r( I'M!
4t 3-19 .
Plf. 2-27 Defendant. Case
for vs. Grady Dray In next four weekly Isauea.Witness In next four weekh I ICtIIILWitnemimi
No. ((1164 aal
band and my hand ,i
my
COLORED PEOPLciiimcti ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND I
t ft
GARAGES iv rincriT rot'RT.. BRADFORD seal at Stnrke Florida this at Stnrke' FlorUli
NOTICE TO APPEARElTATI'
<'.>('VTY. FLOIIIDAl IV (;",,::11. riinrv 19 1948.OFFICIAL ,,' 10. 3945.fO3'FTCIAL ..
: OF FLORIDA
to Grady
: 'I
( SEAL '' .. SEAL) J,1As
NOTES ( '':'V Gray, whose residence Is unknown. A..J.
i Schwartaenb.rllr.Plaintiff. As Clerk of Clerk '
Anne Poamer said' i
'
The Congress had a high vn. Lawrence M. Mrhwartxenberir : March You 29 are, 1948 required In the to above appear nam-on Cbas. R.s Hess. 204-5 Guaranty '. Frank Lnndrum. Stnrw. .'|
Sunday In spite of the rain ; Defendant Case No. ed Court and cause wherein plain. Tartar., Jacksonville, Fla. tt). for Plf.
8172.ORDER tiff seeks divorce. >Bradfor County I Atty. for Plf. 2-20 4t ;: 11ft I _
met at Nebo Baptist Church OF PUBLICATION: iv ciRrriT COlBY.

SERVICE To Your DOOR Rev. B. ..1. Dally pastor of A AND NOTIfR' TO APPEAR Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.thla OrderIn VO TICK ""'I' TY. F..OIIIO" i'1 I
STATE OFFLORIDA to: Lawrence In the Matter of the Estate of PI
Chapel .ME.. was the speaj; M. Srhwurtaenberir whose Witness my hand and official seal George F Young deceased., IfrRl'e; H. Ackermnn '
residence and address last known la at 21. 194OFFrCIAL Starke* Florida this February Notice Is hereby given tn Timothy B. Ackermw.
Benjamin Franklin Apartments, whom It may concern that Caff No Bti'.I.I,1I''} !
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
At Dealer Prices BEAUTIFY'YOQ' White Plain. N. Y. Aa Clerk of said Court. claim or debts against the e. ORDER OF
Competitive You are required, to appear on 7nch II. Douglas, Gainesville, Fla.. of George F. Young must be AND NOTICE Tp APISTATE '
K. March 29th. 1941 In the above named for within eIght calendar months !' OF FLOnin( "',
Atty. Plf. 2-ZT 4t S-19 .
Court and cause., wherein plain. first publication of this .. Ackerman, whcs wg'. 1
: tiff seekS divorce. Bradford CountyTeleirrnph iv rtRrriT roriiT. BRDTnnnrorvrv. with r-o.infv' .TIIIIII' of dde last known 0 Ti I
'I shall publish this OrderIn FLOMIHH iv "" \V. County. Florida dimly sworn to DelIvery St. OeorB ") I
With Th. next four weekly Isauea. .roll Yn..b..rra cording to law. or they will IrrRrph
Witness my hand and official teal Groves .Ternlgan. Plaintiff burred hv Statute of .' linn.You are nulri-l fl.'
at Clarke, Florida this 24th of U n. TUIl. \ 15th. 1940. In (tin.Jb :
ALUMINlALSO vs. Willard \Vljey .rnl< 1948.OFFICIAL 2-13 4t 3-5 Court and cauni ,
Fuel February Oase N%. Cice.
: Spark, Plugs. ( SEAL) A..J. Thomas.Aa ortnER OF rP LJI'"ATTON seeks divorce jirariftOlTelegraph I III'
said prIIlieh
of Court
Clerk shall 1
AND NOTH''F.0 APPEAR I" '
'ilI''q' "
v John J. TIenderion, Eaq. St. Au- AC Other FLl'ln.o" IV
Pumps And All rnatlne. Phi.AtY. Jernlgan, whose residence IK "EnV. 0 Witness. my hand! MJ I '|
1-27 4t 3.19 Florlilt
for Plf. unknown. Edna Bullard. Plaintiff. v'. '. I at Htnrke.
You are required to appear on Billiard. Defendant Case. No ;'';.V I'.iLI\lJAL': \ ;: ,*. .f.
A C Products { (
0 IV ClHrrlT COI'HT. BMtDFORDrnrvTY. March 29; 1948. In the above namedCourt OROER OF PUBLICATION Court
.. FLORID iv: ciitvrr.RY and cause. wherein nlnlntlfrs ANT> NOTICE TO APPEAR Clerk of said E''" su f
.. divorce and restoration of I U'r.vrli: OF FI.nnIOA 10: .T Henderson,

Dora.tlw..atmBn. Jones, Plaintiff, va. maiden name Bradford County. Billiard whose r".liT.nee II Atty., Fla.for.. Pit. III1

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; Grey Rock Fan Belts I- .laivcit'oicivr. --_- ..metj ,._-.- -. -- -

o I du Pont Chemicals I'e There is no "Gentlemen's Agreement" that can transcend the sovereIgn"d."

of the American people. There I is no political boss or dictator In Union or Brsup

ford County who
dictate the
OtherAutomotive tTlghi& policies of our County or
., Many of Counties as to political religious dirties or privileges

Items The decision in these matters is to Bradford
up you citizens of Union 81d
Counties to whom I am again' offering; my services.

EJ1 The next four years will be momentous years in our State Government and no*

:. _. o. !is hi TlnltL\heaL never adford before.and Union Counties will need ability and experlenc e


p.r ,. t' With the ten years experience that I have gained as your Senator and

We Appreciate Your Business resentative in Tallahassee I will give you the benefits of that .ReTe

: and I will continue to
represent the two best Florid a
..
to the best of my ability. .

As far as I: am concerned. no line exists '0 u
BOTH MADE TO ORDER between our counties. and when )

1 Farm Home 1 FREE ESTIMATION AND INSTALLATION in re-elect the future me, I as promise I have to done the citizens in the past 0: my_counties without that I will'represent.partlaUt?

showing
I will any
fight for the interest of
AH: AND done. both counties the same as'' I have aiwa)
McCORD FURNITUREAND I :.
I

p1 l. Auto Supply I AM ASKING EVERY MAN. '
1 NOVELTY SHOP I I WOMAN AND CHILD TO SUPPORT 3lt


I 144:W. Call St. Phone 26 tarke. Fla. :

Starke. Fla. North City Limits, Rt. 200 SIncerely your friend.

CHARLEY E. JOHNS.

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-- --- BRADFORD COUNTY TEIGRAPH

Colonel IJEAUTIFICATKXKT Bradford: OR COWS WHICH


r shall we women of Starke go out and knock down the socalledeS

eS gates of our town and let the cattle have It? Or shallenclose Official County Publication Established In 1877 ,

and flower gardens with unsightly fences
our homes ---- .. _. .
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to beautify our places with shrubbery and flowers, and VOLUME SEVENTY BTARKE. FLORIDAnUI: MAIICH 12, 1 94& UMBER T WENT Y-ON U
We try ...... .
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because there Is one cattle-gap beingreconstructed by our State -- ----- -- -- -- -- - ----- ----- -,-- -- ------- --- -- -

Tnepartment. the men of our little town allow the cattle from

to Come In and destroy every living flower that we women Board DecidesTo Rain Rots Seed
ywbere ;
The of
tried so bard all winter J bare blooming in early spring. Reigning Rajah Travancore

e should the) women of.our town want to beautify, but .

I men Not (only some do) should want to. also. Instead of paying two men Change Site Decided He Wanted A Little More Sets BerriesBack

I horses to ride'; our town,for cattle In the,daytime, why not put

at the cattle-gap now under construction at night to keep For His
IE man For NewJail Much-Sought-After Ilmenite Ore. 2 WeeksHopes
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cattle out of town? And,he could see that all the other gates

remaining cattle' gaps were closed.I SO STARKE GETS THE BUSINESS!
I don't recall a night this winter' in riding around that I didn't I Approval of the old county Jail of Bradford County

site at Pratt and Broadway I I for substantial
in some part of our town growers a start on
This
cattle and other fascinating information
NOW WHO IS TO BLAME? I Streets as the location for the Who'd ever think that our fair came to light in a recent Soon however he started an- the strawberry deal by March 15:

resident of Starke and have been for years! own my owne proposed new county jail was city would owe a debt of gratitude "Wall Street Journal" front other strike-thU time over the went washing down the rows this

I am a want to continue living here but we have always had stock unanimously made at ft meetingof to the reigning Rajah of I page* article captioned, "Indian matter of price. The accumulation -I week.. In the wake of almost unprecedented -

and Why fence the town and pay men to ride it in the day- the Board of County Commis- Travancore and his truculent De. Rulers Tie Up Titanium So U, S. of ore from 1946 was allowed rainfall here duringthe
bur town. sioners here last week.' wan TBut to out, but Travancore past seven days.
go
L cattle come In at night and eat up everything we have Paint Potentates Go Without". clamped -
nd let EXPENSES Action by the Board was taken for that maUer-who'd ever down on exports of last year'soutput. As downpour waned into a
and ELIMINATE OTHER
Ited
? FIX THE FENCES following advice from the architect think of the reigning Rajah of drizzle yesterday, farmers surveyed

land yet have cows In spite of all. of the proposed new jail that Travancore?-period. Meantime, India erupted Into their sodden fields and estimated .

I The gvreetpeas that were planted and tended so carefully by our several thousand dollars could be Until a few short weeks ago we IN IA riots over, partition into a Moslem the loss) at 25: percent of

d women In the fall and were ready to bloom or already bloom- saved in construction costs if the didn't even know that Travancorewas Pakistan and a Hindu India. The the current heavy crop of fruit.

are all eaten up by the cows. Now are we going to fix the,I jail site were moved from its a small far-eastern state, Dewan of Travancore fought to Barring further mishaps berry

tea and put weights on the gates at the cattle-gaps, or Just let present location adjoining the perched 'on the southwest tip of -- t keep his ilx-million-plus people plants should come back into production

[cattle continue to take over our town? 1 county courthouse. The architect India-much less that It was ruled. from Joining the new Hindu do around April 1, permitting .

1 Yours for beauUficatlon. .t. ,', :explained that moat of this say by a Rajah aided and abetted by minion. One disgruntled opponent the long delayed shipping-

A Disgusted Housewife .*4( ins could be effected by use of a his Dewan (which Is Indian for I. stabbed the prime minister who season to get under way.It .

several answers flat-type 'roof, whereas If the new prime minister). promptly forgot his titanium will be, perhaps one of the
Please let's have Jail Were built..on the ,slta.of the
We squabble andded for the U. 8. latest starts ever made on the
---- were blissfully ignorant
'. present:.Jail a.more; eYpeiMJye. type I Another Dewan took over and strawberry deal here and the
*
that the beachesof
San Juan Puerto Rico ,*?', root".Would have ..tobe. used to too; of the/fact .I the little atate Joined India. But season will necessarily be short
Travancore fair I
March 7.*1048 '*;? conform to the architecture' of the of the yielded Ilmenite a used percentage by the change didn't help pigment- lived ...;; four weeks on the fresh'

ft L Colonel Bradford: 11: ,- -'.courthouse.. leading American paint manufac- hungry American paint men a market and two weeks for cold

I'm getting my paper regularly now and enjoy reading about all The,.present Jail has been' condemned turers. That Is. ,they 'did until bit. however, for the new chief pack Is the best that growers can
that for some time by State turned out to be even tougher hope for due to the fact that
folks "back home",- especially the hot political campaign the Dew .n (undoubtedly a mem- The Journal records that the
going on now. I always look"for your column first., and even authorities, and pressure has been, ber of Travancorc's Chamber of highly-polished British Foreign I I than the old. and the Indian price North Carolina shipments usually

lugh wayfrom home I agree with Ted Connell's Idea repeatedly brought to bear on the Commerce) decided that India Office and Britain's chemical Industry battle became more muddled than begin Arly In May.
a long
I am .We have to have something to give them In county to comply with present- should process Its own Ilmenite perhaps with some American ever. The pots of paint makers Last year by this time, Brad
put the tourists. day standards by construction waited in vain for titanium while ford growers had already marketed
abettUlg! their diplomacyto
while In Starke as a step toward the ultimate Industrialization put
nphlet form, not only as a guide to places to go of Estimated coat ,. tattle-tut. discolored crates
a new building. of the work'an4.. thought they had gray more 19,449 for an estimated
country.
.
make It In color; If possible so they may keep it as a souvenir.p of the new jail is $65,000, with .1 Said Dewan tried to prevail up- settled the!' garret. British Titanium and mot. American homes badlyIn return of $1 8,40lJ.1IS. This sea

up the good work and we will have a Big City yet.It the possibility that it can be.built on occidental chemical men to Product, Ltd., agreed to need. of a nice fresh coat of son the first crate has yet to be

seems that I had to go 1800 miles from the Statei to be able for $60,000 by using the. least expensive build a plant for Travancore, and build the Dewan his chemical white. sold from the market here due to

He was here on February 21st and type of roof. It will con- Starke would have the consistently cold and wet
our President. Truman. when the ; answer was "no", got plant a tiny one with a cap probably got-
tsee and I got to see him within ten feet of us. He received a tain accommodations for 22 prisoners miffed and\ stoppe dhslpmente of acity of only five tons a day (the ten Its Ilmenite mine eventually, weather that has held plants back

derful ovation here. and will also have adequate the concentrate leaving U. S. Blanding plant will yield around even if the Dewan of Travancore from producUon.

This is beautiful country but I miss Starke and all my friends. provision for the temporary safe- paint manufacturers holding the 275 tons a day). Thin was Just) hadn't started getting ideas for The Plant City season passed

a allow'me. column to say hello to every- guarding of demented persons, a bag. They were already plagued enough to keep the Dewan busy; ) the E. I. duPont de Nemours! Company its peak.last week and production
through
|ope you will your feature that the present jail lacks. by shortages of other white paint but not enough to absorb the ore had been conducting a will drop sharply there during the

It Is stated that work on the pigments, such as Ilthopone (de. supply, and American paint men search for an adequate domestic next two weeks. At last reportsthe

As ever. new jail will begin: around the rived from zinc) and white lead. say it would be too small to op.I source for more than two years. market there was ranging

Joe :Martinez first of next year. Titanium' oxide (from Ilmenite) Is erate at a profit but the prime I But the Indian incident undo abt- from 11 to :21o per pint. Qualityof

To Re-roof CourthouseThe better anyway. *. minister seemed satisfied. (Continued on page eight) fruit was described as poor because

Commissioners employed of,heavy rains In that area

uidon Grill Pays $1.15 Per Pound Raymond Crosby and Wallace Johns also-.
His
,Solano to re-covet the county Brooker Boy's Brahma Bull Is Top-Selling Says Bill Must Replaet

courthouse and make repairs to Animal At Purebred Sale In Ocala Would Have Stopped R. B, Alvarez manager of the

Maurice Edwards' Prize Steer the gutters at a wage of $1.75 Loss :State Farmers Market, stated yesterday
-Thru Bookies
ir i I that it will be
raised necessaryfor
.. each per hour' and 73c per hourI I A registered Brahma Bull -
..- 'I. "" .... .
.. I for commotla1or"-, The clerk; was by N. O. Hayes and Eldrldgi Held Sunday A crack-down -Ulegallyp -growers. to.'Teplant cucumber
beginning'thealatter' part i Rites *.. ,on,
George 'Kopclouso fjroprtetor!. taurant' rf ,. "![instructed to advertise. for, lids Hayes Brooker'was' the top': erating bookmakers lit the Miami seedV"Sufficient. d.for planting
Guidon Grill, was JlrehaserI lot next' week For Thos. F. Brown 135 acres had keen sold to grow
Jthe Starke:Ion| materials to- be used as .soon selling animal, at the Purebrec area Is currently being made by
of
Food Stores
I the FFA Grand Champion steer Lovett's furnished ) Sale yin Ocala Wednesday ers through the market. Alvarez
suitable list Is by Brahma
>as a Accident Victim Sheriff Jimmy Sullivan of Dade
hibited by Maurice jEdwaris. bought the FFA.'entry: of Charles;I'Crosby and Solano.Application night. March 3. The bul! stated 'although he did not know
County at the
fat Lawson. and aaother'entry of request of the how much had actually been put
at the Southeastern Stock
I and
brought $630 was purchased
of
was received from Thomas F. Brown 60. Hamp State Racing Commission
J. D.
Week. Lawson was purchased by In the ground. He said that the
teat
|ow and Sale in Ocala Z.' W. Hamilton, also ol
for agricultural by ton killed Instantly Friday William B. Watson
Lbvett's steer Doyle Conner; an was commission
of Starke.
animal;ibrought Odom market will obtain seed for re.
I
.
1,140-pound ,
I the of Brooker. March 5,- when struck ,stated
ling Edwards $1,811,said)JCope- will be brought inter Its store here, scholarship to University morning. secretary that the dally"handle" planting. .
is of the two Brad. of the Seaboard
Florida. The application was referred This one by a locomotive of $300.000 way from
is for sale Tuesday morning. The market stated
; manager
's : pound
> bid. $1.19
per Lawson's .f three to the County Agent with ford County registered Brahma Air Line Railroad at Waldo. the legalised parl-mutuels at the that that.
et to be the netd Toung pen some corn was already
highat.price
he the bulls which were exhibited at the Mr. Brown had been employedfor tracks represents
for an FFA steer.. and Ms single entry and'the 4Hsteer a request that report on race a loss In well up would be unharmed by
followed In awarding Brahma show In Ocala In Jan as Seaboard tale tax of $40,000 to '
his' sister, usual procedure many years revenue $43,000:
| Kopelouses that choice exhibited by the rain but that seed in the
says similar scholarship, the uary. graph.operator Jn Waldo. It instated a day to the State of Florida.
sold at an average
aka from Agnes-Law; ground would have> to be re
the prizewinningor
., to that he was alone at. the The '' 'thatIf
will be served at his rea- of 40c. amount necessary finance one The other bull a Red Brahma,,. 'secretary estimated planted. A 75 percent Increase in
etc. was shown by 4-H Club members, office on the morning'of the accident the money wagered away from corn acreage this year had been

It came to the attention of the Thomas and James Hamilton of and went outside as the the tracks went through the intlctpated.

creation CourseJacksonville Annual'JFundDrive : Board that the bulldozer attachment Brooker and ha been kept by train approached In order to pass mutueis for the remainder of the Crops will generally be two or

Ffc: Scouts to the D12 motor grader them as a herd bull.. up orders to the engine and crew. season it would mean an addi- three weeks late maturing in
and probablynever JIe had apparently been misin- Itlonal $000,000 to the State's
had never been used Bradford County this spring and
eludes BradfordRecreation To StaM Monday would be, and that it being Rites SundayFor formed as to which track the 67 counties and $1,200,000 to the summer because of the delay In
worthless It should be train was arriving on and stepped It will be remembered that Sent -
practically planting. Ordinarily practically
leaders of seven T. H. de, :chairman of the disposed of. The matter was discussed W. C. Dempsey directly in front of the movIng will be remembered that Sen Ul seed Is In the ground by March

ntles, including Bradford, willto annual Boll Scout fund-raising and finally laid over until locomotive. Visibility was ator Charley E. Johns put up a IS. It will be another two weeks
.
campaign j t' this county, announces William C. Dempsey, 63, retired poor, as the accident occurred about courageous fight in the 1947 session
be- meeting. before farmers
school for three day the next regular low, however, can
that the drive 'will officially naval stores operator, died Thursday daylight and it had been of the Florida Legislature to
fling Thursday. March 18. In befln Monday, March 13, The Board went on record aa March 4, in a Jacksonville raining. outlaw the "bookies" of thin complete; Rainfall their planting.the 12-
aasesnmenE of 50c during past
hort course to conducted by The following men have already approving an hospital. Funeral services were held Sun- State. Ben. Johns has contendedthat nonth has been described
General Extension Division ate shown their Interest in Scoutingby I I per acre on the John H.the Denmark He was born ]In 'Mayo' and for- day afternoon at 3.30: o'clock in It would mean an estimated is the period heaviest since 1872. It
land lying wholly In swampon
Opportunity House in Jack making the following gifts and the north side of Santa Fe merly lived at Louise before movIng the Hampton Baptist Church with I5O.OOO in additional revenue to hall exceeded 82 inches while

iville. pledges: L. A:' Davis, $2:); L. A, Lake. to Waldo two years ago. Rev. W. A. Scott."pastor, officiating each Florida, county if the book- normal for the period" 49.71 in-

Canova, '$29; H. L. Matthews,. Funeral services were held Sun assisted by Rev L. D. Halnca lea were put out of business, chell.
Nathan L. Malllson. short course $23; T. H. Slade, $23; Slade Ga \I Requests coming from'the City day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in of Starke. Interment was In The Bredford-UnIon Senator Introduced .
irman for this area, announcest Council and the Starke Chamberof the Waldo Baptist Church with thii bill In the Senate
I
Co. $23; Carpenter's Drug Store,, Santa Fe Cemetery with DeWittC.
the three days wlH\..consist $15; J. R. Kite $10; Robert Commerce' that the old storage Rev. C. F. Smith, pastor, officiat- Jones In charge of arrange- during the 1947 Session and It Three New Homes

lectures demonstrations and Green $10; H. C. Wall Agency,, building at the county jail be removed ing. Interment was in the Waldo ments. was the first bill to be Introduced Mow Under Wayn
ual planning, including a clixing Board approved Its
the .
Cemetery. Senate Bill No.1. The bill
$10; E. A. Winkler, $5; N. Stern- Mr. Brown was a native of
party aa a laboratory $5.The removal and the clerk was In- Besides his widow, Mrs. Fannie pasned' the Senate with 35 for and [ PinehurstThree
berg Ga. and was a
,
nonstration of what can be structed to arrange for the removal Walker Dempsey he Is survived MlUedgevllle only 2 against. However, the bill
ne.The. chairman announces that member of the Hampton Baptist homes are under con-
I i earliest time possible Mrs. Jlramle new
at the by three ,,daughters. was defeated In the House by a
the following workers will assist Church.In Pinehurst Subdivision
course is open not only to by the road maintenance crew. Womeldurf Waldo Mrs. A. R. vote of 47 for and SI against. tructlon In
"fwisional him In the drive: W. B. Seweli, I Mrs. Inez Sheehan. addition to his widow, .Mrs In the blocks just north of the
recreation directors. Goodwin and Charley that he Is glad
Jos. E. Wilson S. R. Johns, Jr., Laura Belle Brown he In sur- says Jos. .=. Wilson Home.
t
also to has to of Jacksonville; one son.
both
anyonewho Join that the State! Racing Commis-
rk with Adolph Gay and E. J. Dahmer. Adults May of Graham; a vived by two sons, Emery L. and A 2-bedroom cement block houset
group. of people such Louie Dempsey sion has finally awakened to the
Classes T. F. Brown, both of Hampton; a I.. under for Mr. and Mrs.,
club program chairmen, churchial Free Night halfbrother Ronald Dempsey, Pahokee. Importance of this Legislation, way
.
: Girl P. J. PearceBuried and two sisters. Mrs Ef- step-daughter, Kathryn Weest, Cleveland; Drlggers of Lake Butrr
planners Boy and TimeThe which he describes as one of the
At Any Elizabeth. N. J.; and a step-son, It Is just across the street
Jut I and Mrs
leaders 4-H Club leader. I fie Alderman Hampton finest bills for the Interest of the
At Jay Gordon Weest, Miami; ;two broth f'Om Wilson's. Mr. Drlggers Is
pool teachers, and summer camp first regular session of:April Weatherly Branford. people of Florida that was ever
In chargeof ers, M. P. Brown Wad ley, Ga., mployed) by Torode Chevrolet Co.
unaellors. p. 3. Pearce 64, a former resi- night classes for all persons of Arrangement were Ga. Introduced In Tallahassee
and J. P. Brown, Irvington ; and he and his wife will move to
Dramatics, program planning dent of Starke, died at his homein adult age who wish to eomplete DeWitt C. Jones. and three sisters, Miss Reacy Itarke as soon as the house is

I kits and folk ... well as native of Columbia County were held In the schoolhouse Eston JordanOperating
games was a i Gipson Macon, Ga.. and Mrs. J. Football Materials are on the ground
[POrts and athletics, will be a- and operated a barber shop in here Monday night begin A & A A. Ivey Palmetto, Ga. Spring and two other homes one for

ong the subjects studied. 'Starks for several years. I ning at 7 p. m. Training Monday vpwl'y Warren and one for E, A.

Funeral services were held In. Future sessions will be held each Eston Jordan long-time grocery Births Tancy will soon be under way

8 Now Employed Jay on Wednesday March !3, and Monday night at the same time clerk In Starke with the Tip Top Recent BHS Coach N. Carson Geiger 011 Cypress St.. across from the

n interment was In the cemetery and place and the instruction Is and S. R. Johns grocery, an- Mr. and "Mrs Franklin Paul Is debating whether to start Guy! Andrews home.

Blanding ShopJ there.. free to all adults veterans or nounces that he has opened the Stebfclng. Starke. girl, Paula Nell .spring football practice or crew Ben F. Hall is the contractorn

L. Survivors include hi* widow and I non-veterans. There are no fees A ft A Luncheonette and Invites March 2. training the first of next week. all three jobs.Petroleum .

>ounced Anderson foreman an- three small sons all of Jay five of any kind and even text books his friends and citizens of Brad- Mr. and Mrs Edward Mosley, Unless the sun puts In a few hours

yesterday that 78 men daughters by a former marriage, are supplied free of charge.A. ford County to pay him a visit. Maxville, boy Edward Eugene, : of overtime shining between now Group

re now employed at the National three brothers and a sister. J. Thomas, Jr., is serving as He is specializing In plate March 3. and Monday, the BHS athletic
ward field will be In about as good con- To f Meet TonightA
pool maintenance shop at Instructor in mathemaUcs, and lunches toasted sandwiches, barbecue

'amp Blanding. All places haven District Legion Fulton Mobley conducts the class and short orders, and' calls Louie Klchard Keating dition for crew as It will for foot- reorganization meeting of the

filled with the excepUon of In carpentry (applied science), special attention to his large Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Keating of ball.The In-
Petroleum
w Meeting Sunday Coach plans to start some Bradford County
or three highly skilled posl- which are the two course.) being juicy hamburgers and genuine New Orleans announce the arrivalof will be held
In luntries Committee
Ions, Anderson stated. offered at the present time. Mexican chili. a son, Louis Richard, on Feb- thing Monday however. spite
District Legion here tonightFriday
The> annual of .--- and high water and the in the courthouse
Authorization for 50 additional Meeting,will be held at the University Future.courses will include typing I Mr. Jordan was previously employed ruary 14. Mrs. Keating Is the chances are It'll be spring foot I ) at 7:30: o'clock.
the
Ployes was shorthand bookkeeping and in Jacksonville: with former Miss Lillian Moseiey of
recently given in of Florida Post in Gainesville ball. "If It rains anymore we'lldo Service station operators, gargemen -
*rder.that> the chop might process Sunday. March 14. at 10a. other useful subjects, it Is stated. Jacksonville Coach Co. HU their wife atarke. our practicing on the blackboard dealers, truckers and

Vehicles by July 1 for use one m. All members of the Starke All persons who are not high and ion Bill, are making Mt'RLA F.LlZ.nETIIV.LL until the field dries ofl many others representing allied

National Guard's anaual en- urged to attend. school graduates and who desireto home In Starke., staled. ndustrles will! gather from every
,ai"Pment. Post are Mr. and Mrs. A. E.: Wall. Jr., sufficiently Geiger
This will be the last meeting benefit by the night classes Smith- and children',announce the birth of daughter. All boys who are Interested In ectlon of the county to discuss

Peak employment at the shop before the state convention In are asked to register with C. S. Mrs. Hogan of her mother, Murla Elizabeth on Sunday. playing football next season are natters of vital importance to the

:eana P JnroU more than' Panama City in April and district Fartin. Classes are also open for were. guests R. C. Sunday Weaver In Jackson-I'I March 7. In St. Vincent's Hospital urged to report to the Coach by motoring public and the petroleum ,
ZO.OOQ for Mrs.
Interestedmay will alsoe
Those Officers
colored people. Industry.
monthly a t least until officers are to be elected. Jacksonville. Monday.
ugly. Albert Lee Crosby. Jr. enter at any time. ville. I I elected.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDty .

PAGE Th'OBradford

Year's Best Comedy Shirley TempleHas ,

County TelegraphESTABLISHED Coming To Park Star RoleIn iiWJnes

Florida Film
1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNER-EDITOR Theatre Sunday"Miracle

and Entered as )Second on 34th Street", acclaimed "Cass Timberlane", dramatization -
Published Every Friday Office at Starke, Ka, by Life Magazine as the of the Sinclair Lewis best-
Pont
Claw Matter at the best screen comedy of the year, selling novel, will occupy the

MEMBER 1948 I will be next shown Sunday at the and Park Monday.Theatre screen Sunday at and Monday.the Florida Heading Theatre the Pays his part of the Election Expenses for tie e]

Co-starring Maureen O'Hara and outstanding cast will be Spencer
Subscription $% Annually 91.10 For Six Month John Payne, this story tells the Tracy, Lana Turner, and Zachary
amazing things that happen when Scott. privilege of running for SHERIFF.These .
Santa Claus becomes the centerof The curtains are ripped back on
SPEAKING RUSSIA'S LANGUAGE"The a court trial and even the malicious small-town gossip and
d Is at last forced to rule Its disastrous effect on Individualsin
Now Set Their Feet Firmly on judge fees do for office.
Czech People Have that there Is, Indeed a Santa "That Hagen Girl", co-starring not qualify a man It's the
the Road to Freedom and Democracy". the Claus. Ronald Regan and Shirley Temple himself and for the State and County Election ExpenseJSo
across
That was the amazing headline splashed Next Tuesday the Park will and showing at the Florida next

front page of one of the largest newspapers in the world the present "Frolics on Ice" featuringthe I Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs- far my friends have put me in this race and they know!
day after the Communists took over the little Czechoslovakian sensational stunt skater, Irene
government.The Dare. The film combines generous day.The story concerns a smalltowngirl we are in the RIGHT SPOT now and we are well pleased!

name of the newspaper is "Pravda" the official ,. portions of spectacle, 'romance who grows up under a cloudof to carry the same methods on through for the benefit oil
mouthpiece of the U.S.S.K. Translated into English, and music. backyard gossip, there being a all concerned.
"Pravda" means "Truth". What an iniquitous perversionof Next Wednesday and Thursdaythe mystery surrounding her antece-
' the word Park's double feature will be' dents. As the girl grows up and
"Canyon Passage" (In technicolor goes on to junior college, the
Accounts of what was happening in Czechoslovakia last! ) starring Dana Andrews and stories linger and when she is con- Buck Jonesand
--
week had a far too familiar ring. But for a slight changein Brian Donlevy, and "Youth A- fronted by catty girl friends, the
symbols the hammer and sickle for the swastika a flame", described as a daring ex- drama motivates into near

moviegoer, reading the news, might have absentmindedlymurmured pose of juvenile delinquency. tragedy. Friends.
"This is where I came in". The seizure of the Shirley Temple vaults into dramatic -

Czech government by Communist-controlled police on a success: in this tense drama,I .
--- -'- ---
----- ------ ----
trumped-up charge, the purging of government, schools; and RiverAND and Ronald Regan gives an out-
New
universities of anti-Communists, the scurrying of frightened standing performance as a small- YES
people to join the Communist party all repeated in sicken- LONG BRIDGE town lawyer whose name, along NOAH Was NOT
with that of the is -
girl's dragged
ing similarity the plight of the Czechs when Hitler took over fly Jessie Lee Lazenfcy When I'm Sheriff.
through the mud by idle gos- A Priest
the country less than a decade ago. a.. .. .. sip ,
-
This latest Communist coup has an especially ironical I Will Use '
twist for Americans. The Democracy of Czechoslovakia was The old Ralph Glover place, Neither A Minister
near the Three Bridges, which Is
largely the creation of an American with a passionate faithin now owned by the Radford Bran- BethelBy Other He Was
.
representative government Woodrow Wilson and its none formerly of Jacksonville, Is .

l Constitution was patterned after ours. Its president, Eduard certainly undergoing some Im Mrs. E. W. Allen i Men For Deputies A Carpenter
with distrust of Com- The land )is turned .
Benes, was a Democrat a complete provements.
.
munist ideology. He fought as long as he could against the nicely and all the trees and shrubsare God Gave HimKnowledge
red onslaught, but in Czechoslovakia, as in other countries, trimmed.M. Mr. and Mrs. Bart Waters of, There's lots of good men

the Communist technique proved sound; their forces were L. John. Sr., and three chil- Starke were visiting Mr. and Mrs': want to work there some 'It,
superbly organized and disciplined, and the opposition was dren, M. L., Jr., Louise, and Mrs Ernest Allen Wednesday evening.the'
A large crowd attended time.I .
weak and divided. Charley Cowen. and Mr. Cowen
at Long housewarming at the home of Mr.
Sunday
The bitter truth is that in the so-called "cold war" with Bridge.were baptized Rev. Fred Dodd perform. and Mrs. Odell Jones Friday night'

Russia the forces of democracy are being woefully routed. ed the ceremony.Mr. of last week. i
WILL GLADLY
According to a recent summing up by the Associated Press, and Mr. Chester Andrewsare Dave Woodward left Sunday fora HAVE
since the official close of World War II the Commuists have enjoying their new Chevrolet weeks' visit with friends and YOUReceived
extended their rule to nations (some of them of the highest truck. relatives In Gainesville. I ACCEPT

strategic importance) with an area of 650,000 square miles Mr. and Mrs. Remer Edwardsand Edward Green of Boatdraln was
and a total population of more than 110,000,000 people. Theyare daughter of Tampa were visiting David Woodard and, GOOD ADVICE

now actively at work in Turkey, Greece, Italy, France, visiting the Roy Tomllnsons Sun- Junior and Lloyd Allen Wednes

and elsewhere and whenever they obtain control, all opposi- day.Mr. day.Mrs.. Winnie Tlllis and Sonny But
tion is purged by decree. Individual dissidents have a habitof and Mrs. Fred E. Francis Tillls of Gainesville were visiting Refuse Poor Advice Your Knowledge
have returned to their home in
for Communist of its enemiesis
disappearing, suppression Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Woodard Sun- -
Fort Myers after a three weeks'visit
complete and final.
with Mrs. Francis' mother, day.Mr. Any Time OfMAN
and Mrs. Ira Allen and
Alarming? Certainly. But stop and think a minute.If Mrs. Nona Priest.
Russia is able to get away with all this in a few brief Mrs. Rhoda Dowling has beenon daughter Judy of Starke visited I know good from
while the United States is still considered the most friends and relatives in this section -
years the sick list this week. 1
powerful nation in the world, and sole owner of history's Mr, and Mrs. S. E. Wester of Rev.Sunday.and Mrs. Curtis Harris bad myself ? ?

most deadly weapon the atomic bomb- what will she be the Lake Ira City Men-ltU.spent the weekend with' and family of Green Cove Springswere -.--.- ..... .... _._L_ _L _._ _._ _._ _,_ .,. ..
able to do three, four, or five years from now when she, I visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ira
too, has atomic weapons? It staggers the imagination.In Mrs.- Nan Merritt and son Wilson Sunday. (Paid Pol. Adv.)
Ralph and son-in-law and daughter -I
,a recent interview with Ralph McGill, editor of the Mr.- and Mrs. Harold Shiver Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Allen at-

Atlanta'ConstUutfon, Ely Culbertson, now on a lecture tour have moved into their new block I tended church Boatdrain Sun- ,II -, .. ..
of the country, said: "We are caught in the greatest psycho- house. Everything has not been day.Mrs.
logical trap of all time. We have the power today to create: completed about the house yet. George! Grover, Jr., was In

world peace. If we fritter it away, we will let Russia become but just a little more work remains Jacksonville Monday.and .

the most powerful nation in the world and establisha to be done. Stephen Vaugh enjoyed a A LITTLE
world Communist government. Willie Andrews has about fin- birthday party with Carolyn Crews MINUTE

"Only a fool will refuse to'see that Russia[ "is building Ished moving to Lake Butler. He Thursday of last week. .
had bought 120 acres, the old
every day like fury and that Eastern Europe is being made John Crews 'place near Kirby The Albert Moodys are mulch-

1 into a war camp. She is building tank divisions modern Crews, and had lived there two Ing Mrs.their S.strawberries O. now. and
I planes, and she will have atomic by 1952, cattle. Stephenson
weapons weapons years farming and raising daughter, Lorene Sheppard. of
and maybe 1949 or 1950," Culbertson continued. Container Corporation of America Tampa are visiting the M. L. FOR A BIG REST
Pulling no punches, Calbertson says that. the United bought it and allowed Mr. Andrews Johns family this week.
States should: "Point the bomb at Russia and if she will not to move all the buildingsand Chester Andrews, Mrs.. G. W.
agree to a reform of the United Nations providing for an fences Including posts. He Andrews and Mrs. Stella Andrews
end of the veto, international control of atomic weapons and ,is just about to finish the Job and made a business trip to Gainesville -
states that the company has already -
energy, complete and free inspection guarders and an inter- set; out most of the 120 Monday.
national police force then let the bomb go'and follow it acres in pines.
fast with others." Mrs. Dick Carrol and childrenof ecai '
Radical remedy? Perhaps some will think.so. But listento Jacksonville spent the weekend CONSTUt'CTIOS'PER: 9'4 1/ '
Mr. Culbertson again: "If we of today fail to (point this with Mrs. Carroll's parents, Mr. 12, assorted colors, 12 1-3 cents
weapon at Russia and offer her an 'honorable marriage', and Mrs. Ira Merritt. pkjr! Bradford County Tele-
I; even if it does resemble a 'shotgun weddinicVwe will live to Joe and Jon Lazenby and(I Emily graph. "" .

see our cities destroyed and our civilization wrecked. If
-, there are survivors they will ask us of this generation "What
I STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESA
were you doing: about this in 1915 and 1916 when you had
the power and could have made the sort of world you belIeved -' Complete Line of Builders Supplies 'iiiya.> ..w < 7
would bring about world peace? Photu.-15 Across' From S.A.L.- Depot Delivery Service

a "We will have to answer that we frittered it away, just srr: ._. J5lt

doing nothing and hoping to God that something would hap- Sherwin-Williams Taints Falrnanka9nnrsePaint f

pen to make it unnecessary to do anything about'it. It is Your IloutteAnd I Home Water SystemsAnd t.. ,
:
f' sheer madness. Pay by The Month If Desired _
? Mr. Culbertson then suggests measures that add up to -
', an atomic energy authority responsible to the reformed..
1 METAL! & COMPOSITION HOOFING
veto-less Council; investigation and inspection. of atomic resources Tldck-Rutt Asphalt! Shingle (Green Jt Blue) Uiilldlng Ilurd-
* and world police court.
a I
Moro Hardware Cloth Common and Finish Nail.sbt.. ,,- SS
"If Russia won't come in, reform without her and then tos ;
Siding Cement Mortar Mix:
4 let the United Nations point the bomb and if Russia still

won't Join{ pull the trigger."If -
we. don't do it if we just sit around getting LUMBER All Grades I MOLDING All Kinds
weaker while Russia gets stronger then we deserve what
? willhapPEn to us and to the rest of the world. It is down- 4ia. 6X "
right foolish when you think of it. that we who want BRONZE SCREEN WINDOWS & DOORS
peace and who have the power to get it, are afraid to use w
the power that we have."
. There are some who will be inclined to discount the -- ------ ;

" opinions expressed by Mr. Culbertson because they remember -
" "', him chiefly in connection with his reputation as an ex- I. REFINEMENT

pert on contract bridge. What they do not know Is that he in every necessary detail in a Service
wa, in the beginning, a writer on social and political sub- available locally and widely known
-; jects and was educated for that profession in universitiesin for its modest cost. its wholesome

France, Switzerland, and other nations of Europe. courtesy, and always tactful sympathy.
; Whether we agree with him or not it must be admitted 'b,
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that :Me. Culbertson has given us plenty to think about as '* Q
we sit by and watch the hammer and sickle of Communism fr
r pound away and eventually swallow up nation after nation.
.' STARKEDEWITT C. JONES M.
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Funeral Director

v""' 123 K. CALL ST. STARKE. FLA. Our local funeral home enables us to IiC 1 ,

offer conveniences and services not
Electrical Contractors :otherwise available.We .

Licensed Electricians
t furnish the higher type service at 'the lowest prices aft
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oy. a* payment In part or in full funeraL omiD UNOII AU'r"O'ItT
f MAYTAG NORGE AND UNIVERSAL on a Consultation o. TNI CO A.tOtA
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1848 BRADFORD COUNTY 'TELEGRAPII, STARKE FLORID P\GF. TImE
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'=-. .. tended to the bereaved family In Weest, Miami; Dr. and Mrs. J. II I I

their sorrow. :Many!. friends C. Dubose Vero Beach; C. R.
Moore Lake Wales Mr. and BrookerBy Lawtey ;
fampton throughout the state attended the ; 'BICYCLE SHOE
Mrs. Robert Ivey, Leesburg; Mr.
funeral services Sunday after- and Mrs. Arthur Milligan and Helen Harry liT i.. II. ........ *
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,lfIh. 1\1.. C.. SWt'ftJey noon, attesting to the respect and daughter, Sylvia. Ocala; Mr and . . REPAIRING REPAIRINGWe

en. esteem held for :Mr. Brown. Mrs. Elton Martin and little HOME DEMONSTRATIONCLUB The Lawtey 4-11 Club met last
was Among those present from out- daughter, Carma, Palatka; and MEETS' Monday with Bobby McClellan

entire community of-town were: Mrs. Theressa Miss Mae Kathryn Weest of The Brooker Home Demonstra president, in the chair. Mr. Mc- Make Keys

I and grieved last Friday) Brown, Melbourne; Mr. and Mrs.J. Elizabeth, N. J.: tlon Club met at the Community Clane met with the boys and

accidental ...... _, ... ,._ ...._
j to learn of the A. Ivey, Palmetto, Ga.; Mr. The sincere sympathy of Hamp Center Tuesday, March 2. Twelve duoussed the ".H work. lie tressvd -I II. I a 1-1" -.l. II.Aj

If Thos. F Brown, an' and Mrs. T. A. Gibson, Macon. ton friends is extended to Mra. members were present, with one the Importance of keeping SPORTING GOODS j
I of east Hamp-' Ga.; Sam J. Gibson. Miss Thelma T. J. Alderman on the recent visitor. Each member answeredthe record books up to date. After j L

resident Is ex- Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Gordon death of her brother, Claude roll call, giving a helpful singing club songs, led by James j -.i-.ii.-n._i.mm.mmtmmm-... I---..-..- frBiggs

Urtfelt sympathy -... Dempsey of Waldo. household hint. Prevatt and Ovid Bennett, the

I Mra. Wm. C. Kammerer of Mrs. J. E. Hardy was elected meeting adjourned!

Philadelphia, Pa., arrived Mon chairman of publicity and Mrs. JThe Girls' 4-H Club met at the & Baker

Oy.DEE SERVICE Phone 52-J I. day for an extended visit with J.: C. Harrell, chairman of crafts I some time In the school cafeteria

t. Mrs. IlartmannNwAY'S her nieces, Mrs. Evelyn May and and marketing of home products.Mrs. with Miss Whigham In
TM .TOSS charge.
OL10W Mrs. May Sweeney. G. B. Colson. chairman of 105 W. CALL ST. STARKE. FLA.
I Rev. J. O. Raulerson of Jacksonville
the Fruit Tree
: Mrs. Ethel Flowers of Chase Pool reported was the guest of the C. I
:- = = sales of $128, of which we are
: -
City, Va., arrived last week fora R. Crews family Thursday of last .
brief visit with her sister, Mrs. very proud. Mrs. J. E. Hardy, ot .
week. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
SERVICE STATIONne H. Wagstaff. Monday Mr. and the building: fund reported that '
\ Crews had as dinner gueata Rev. ieed.J1L
water would
be; avnilable in our '
Mrs. Wagstaff and Mrs. Flowers and Mrs. Cecil Williams and Rev.H. .
Temple Ave Starke, Fla. kitchen at the next meeting, and "
147 left for their home in Virginia.Mrs. Bacon of Jacksonville.Mrs. rJ
POLISHING WAXING Mrs. R. F. Gano doniied a kitchen
WASHING O. L. Harrison of Wild- r"t"
Marjorie Rosier, teacher
ELECTRIC ARC WELDING wood, and Miss Madge Gay of
GREASING sink.Mrs.. of the 6th Grade, resigned her + ; ALL FLORIDA
rued car-Washing To Remove pirt Vacuum Cleaning'pholHteiqr Jacksonville were Sunday guestsof Whigham gave several! position because of illncsa. SheIs
See Us. For Estimate Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watter- demonstrations In rewind, which
Painting -
Expert ,
now In Jacksonville for medical I a PROGRESS and
were very helpful. ( wY
MOCO GAS and ACCESSORIES son. treatment, and Mrs. George :.
Pfc. Richard D. May will leave After the bMn'ness: meet-nf:, the
Roberts Is teaching in her place w.
BATTERIES $7.95 up EXCHANGE I Saturday for Camp Lee, Va., after l IscJ'os! fcnfl''J the frcundu, protecting Mrs. C. B. Bennett and Miss : i.w.ml,ta :. PROSPERITYPROGRAM
TIRES $12.75 and up EXCHANGE spending a ten-day furlough at shrubut'ry hch> was prvviouly Joyce Bennett were business v
!' set bti1e 'ri'jribeN.
his home here. i : visitors to Jacksonville last Tues-
Friends regret to hear of the The hostessof, Mis. J. K. DmyIns .
illness of Peggy Dyal, daughterof and M.-,. T.V.. :laikcy uAe@ day.Mrs.
I George Roberts, Mrs. lid Wri<< your name en a Postal Cord I
Mr.\ and Mrs. Bert Dyal and cold drinks and cookies. IT'S FREE
Durban Mrs. H. C. Wainwright, and
mall tot
\US Install You A MODERN BATHROOM trust she will soon be well a- Everyone :i coKJially: invite! ..i l t... and Mrs L. H. Futch attended a today

attend the luict.igs. of tho club PTA In Starke|
gain.Elmer county meeting
Remodel and Modernize Your Present One Gay of Dunellon'was a which aro h"M:! tlio first Tii>lJayin Monday night. MACFADDEN / -e GOVERNOR (1tJ

visitor here Sunday. each or.th. Everybody has the blues over P.0.Boa 4437 NontiMNll Branch,Miami Bash Ha

Mr.Lake and Butler Mrs. have Clarence been Robertsof recent; Mrs. Lottie Edwards returned the rain, rain, rain, which la rotting 108 Graham BMg..JeohMMvllto,FU. 1215 North OTM| Ave.OrUmto,lb.Let's .

TO THREE YEARS visitors of Mr and Mrs. L. J. home from the Alachua County many of the strawberries In
Wynn. Hospital Thursday of last week the fields just as the season was
and is getting along fine. about to get under way. Looksas
PAY. NO DOWN Miss Marilyn Medlock of Jacksonville : -
spent last week here Mr. and Mrs. G. II.) Colson were if strawberry shortcake will

PAYMENT with relatives and friends. dinner guests of their son, Res- be shorter than ever this spring. Do It AgainWe

Misses Margaret and Luclle sle, and family in Starke last
-
Hall spent the weekend with Sunday.

L III OR SEE US AT 335 TEMPLE AVENUE friends in Dasher, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Harrell were I RULED PRACTICE PPER.9d2 ,
Mrs. Ruby Croft Home Economics visiting friends in Jacksonville for school children. 7ISo a
Teacher In Bradford High Sunday. ream.--Bradford County Tele- elected Ed Fraserour
ull Plumbing & HeatingSTARKE School, Starke, was a visitor here Miss Alma Leata Dval spent State Comptroller in
Wednesday last. the weekend with relatlIn! '
'
., 1916. We voted for him
Gainesville. Fr '
FLA. Mrs. Frances May and Miss I'd
Gallagher of Lake Butler,. were Rev. and Mrs C. .A. Crosby because we knew he was
visitors here Sunday. have returned, home after a graph.'r capable of efficiently

weeks' visit in Miami. 8 servng; us in this important -
Mr. and Mrs F. M. Norman
t st t::' position. We still
Jr. of Vanderbilt were visiting .
t: _
I Mrs. Lottie Edwards last Friday. e believe in him. and regret ;

y0;'L F1N0 T t rrtr.y. .<= : t Roy Howard li home on a 14- GOOD! Tile Uttlo 4- a technical questionof

day leave from the Navy. He ii is Letter Word That 1>0- law kept him from the .

FOOD visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, scribed Hveny Tasty Tidbit office. Now wo voters ;
FRESHEST SEA H. H. Howard.
t < .- LANO
:
Hold The LAPPE
Miss Mary Allen attended the by have a chance to prove

ice follies in Jacksonville Satur BAKERY' that we want to keep the '
MANY ; OYE4 '( '
; day night and spent" the weekend DONUTS right to choose our own i
there with her brother, Roy Allen
sac adfsriows3 OR'.r ATTENTION: All boys and PIE I CAKES public officials.

girls from the age of 9 to 16 arc COOKIRS
Y
invited to attend< the''R.A.- and
t tt G.A. Monday night at tht'Brookei Birthday & Wedding
And Re-Elect
b Church. Register
anrt .i+ i Baptist Cakes Our Specialty
4' Mrs. R. R. Carlton and children
spent the weekend with Mr. and LAPPEBAKERY EDWIN G. (ED) FRASER
Mrs. Willie Anderson of Lake
+
Butler. STATE COMPTROLLER
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rayborn and

daughters were shopping in PHONE 16 (Political Adv. Paid for by Local Friends of Ed: Fraser)
3&CS 5% P r Gainesville Saturday.
Morton's SALT 9c| Mrs Ernest Edwards, and Mrs
The Jitney Is headquarters for ? ,, ,,,,,, ,,, ...,_ III'.
Earl Green went to Waldo Sun .'....11' "'".",''' ,, ''' "" "''''''''''1''''''''''' '''''''' "" "I t"'J'
Lenten .. ,' ;' l '
> : 'r.F'
foods. A wide assort] ,: ; \ "t .
day night to see their father, Mr .... ; : xti :
went of cheeses, oeean-fresh! CATSUP - 19c| .W.'r.: : : :
Hinton who la ill _
,
very .
[fish and other delicious food' Carol Adklnson, who has had his ", :.<<.,"./,'.," : 'More drivs ,. 1-, "' "..!i
[are always Here for your seiec.l Red Kidneyft hip broken. Is getting along fine .....rn.,/.."....,;. people. . .. ::.< ....:.I<',,>r';- fi'. >i!.<.ir,;.eq J
tion.
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who Is in the -'S,
Adkinson
J. W. 'I' .. ' 'P<
Alachua County Hospital, is do .. ::> people wantCHEVROLETS, : .': :
MAYONNAISE pt. 49c BEANS 15c : :1 .More < .
ing a little better. . / '
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The Brooker Baptist Church in ; A v ,
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CHERRIES, No. 2 can 29c Early Sweet vites everyone to be prevent tot : < 9 ::
the Sunday services! as followsSunday :: :

)MATOES, No. 2 can, 2 for '25c PEAS 14c School 10 a. m.; Preach };: ;: : "
ing 11 a. m.; B.T.U. 7:00: p. m.;;: 1 H, t
ds Potted MEAT 3 1-4 9c Preaching 8.00: p. m. : .' .

nour's Sliced oz. Blue Plate son Mr.of and LaCrosse Mrs. G. F.were Parrish dinner and ":t;kz{ tIiao any 'other 'make1oflcar: : : '.,:;:' z

"
lED BEEF, 2 1-2 oz. 29c23c COFFEE, Ib. 54c< Thomas guests of Sunday.Mr. and Mrs. G. W. ; ..v"7t',,, '. ., .' yr"".,..f.t.#
:t .
J < ..,: ., >1'#
Orville Taylor of Worthington r<:;;.," '. A ' ,
.
rshmallow J. .
CREME, pt. was visiting Mr. and Mrs Duster '.:t7*' "

Rahn last Friday. { ...
rshey's Choc. SYRUP 1 Ib. 14c Grpi> of Gainesville .;,: .
Mr!! Flora n e '" .-
and Guy Plnholster and. son of t''t. .' .,

ther's Best GRITS, SIbs. 48c Jacksonville were recent guests of >,<4'" f } '

Mrs. Rosa Plnholster. < "
ther's Best MEAL '5 Ibs. 43ceUer's j Mrs. G.V.. Atkinson's sister In "'" ; ;
,
.
,!G iy'xderH visiting her at present, during herhusband's i\(4 If 5, : SSiM
illness. '*f..... ..
MACARONI 8 oz. llc
Reed, Lewis of Starke was ...
eese RITZ 8 24c 5 visiting Marshall Mott last week. True for years-and truer You n odmlr lh.
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oz. -
Elwin Edwards of Tampa spent y ta.t.fuln.watybng,
.
the advent
the weekend with relatives here. than ever today-with th. n.w color hare
mium CRAX, 7 1-2 oz. 13c CHEESE lb. Miss Zolabelle Harrell of Plant of this newer, smarter, finer, Chevrolet I for monli lh. new
Daisy 49cj City was the guest of Miss Mary 19481 Official' registration figures prove and rkh.r phol-

| all PALMOLIVE, 2 for 19c Frances Hazen last week. that more people drive Chevrolets-and .".ry en"and which oppolnl-add *owch

Fla. CHOPS, lb. 49c Mr. and Mrs. Merle Gano! of seven independent surveys prove that to 1M enviable

ge SUPER SUDS 33c Gainesville were weekend guests more people/ want Chevrolets-than any Slg-Car
F. Gano.! baauty of CH vra
Mrs. R.
of Mr.nand other make of carl The of ,
3Sc reason, course .
S. SNOWDRIFT 1.23 Hamburger, lb. Everett Padgett of High Springs Chevrolet'sLrssodybyrieh.r
of
-
weekend. is more vo/ue./ And now Chevrolet value the other advantages
home last
was Veleta and E. W. Hodge enJoyed is made all the more outstanding by the famous BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST

NUT BUTTER: pt. 27c Fresh MULLET, lb. 23c the Ice follies in Jacksonville smart new styling brilliant new colors COST. See the new 1948 Chevrolet,

Saturday night. and even more luxuriously appointed and you'll/ know why more people drive

O. W. Parker of Palatka and interiors which have been added to all Chevrolets than any other rnakel -1.- ; J

eon, Gordon, of Tampa were __.7= z-. fit L
5 Ibs. visiting their family here last ;,

week.Miss Geneva Stokes returned -- .1

JITNEY Saturday from Dunedin where she .jf a t:
J
SUGAR39c enjoyed, o. visit with her sifter, ""V _

Mrs. J. E. Water

The R.A., G. A., and W.M.U world's Valv. inTM r.cord demand" for new Chevrolet' .,
YowTl had. th.,. h e't any other car In I Its CnevroUI'f champipn -
held a program at the of Baptist last field that gives the Big-Car comfort of Head engine glvet an wnequa/f/ cornprompn w 'to tuggett that you !>..p yCh..rol.t -

Church Wednesday! night Arm- for 1948-direct ,....It of the Dmat/an/ of performance, endurance, d.pr.n.M car In good running condition. ,I

fltrong.week In Last honor week of wa Annie a Weekof Unitlzed Knee-Action Gliding Ride*. pendability and _...y. s.. UI for tervke-fodayf


CONNER BROS. Prayer. Crosby of Tallahassee -
Miss Marilyn
spent the weekend with CHEVROLET eff r IS FIRST!
Mr. and Mrs. H. D.
I West Call St. Starke, Fla. her parents,
Crosby.
Mrs. Evelyn Thomas has returned -

$25 Given Away Saturday 4:00: P. M. Hospital from In Jacksonville.the Grand We Haven are TORODE CHEVROLET CO. '

glad to say that she U getting

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senator"by the Friday night dances in the next :Monday
most valuable
"Florida's night
II SOCIETY and CLUBS New Rotary Club Special Agent FBIIs his 1948 legislative colleagues school annex (old USO). Mrs has not been determined AS 1'

At Keystone HeightsIs Guest SpeakerAt "Florida must cooperate fully L. F. Smith, Jr., is sponsor of the place the meeting willV1*
Club. At V*
with the federal government In Monday's
meeting
,
ClubAn
Given CharterThe Rotary LaIitI1
Woman's Club providing low-cost housing pro- The new members, bringing the was represented by Mrs 7 Gte'Roberts ?
Proctor-Sawyer Jr. I into of the Jects for war veterans and give total membership to 29, are: Mrs. L. H. Futch
newly organized Rotary Insight phases ,
Met Last WeekThe establishing themIn June Caldwell, Ed Durban, and
all aid toward Alene Starling, Mrs.
!r, I Mrs. Myrtle Sawyers of Frank Club of Keystone Heights was work carried on by the F.B.I. was Pete "air
gainful occupations, Shand Carll Mae Hall Martha Home, wright. Brooker: Russell ,
tin, Tenn., announces the marriage formally admitted Tuesday night given to members of the Rotary C"-"
Junior Woman's Club met and Harmon
Frederick Prescott
of her daughter, Thelma Jean Into membership in Rotary Inter- Club here Wednesday when C. H. stated. Virginia Milligan, Morgan Slukt
of last week at Mrs. 'M.
k Sawyers of Nashville, Tenn., to Thursday night national, the world-wide organization Carson, special agent in charge, "In old age assistance." he ad- Norman Sweeney Julia Tal- F. Brown W. .
the home of Mrs.!\ Robert green, well but bi, Frances Barry, John Klein, Sewell Mra. T. H. Osboi.
' Robert Earl Proctor of the U. S. which has more than 6,100 of the Miami bureau, was guest ded, "Florida has done 1In.
where Mrs. S. O Denmark, an. We are near Idell Landrum, Vivian McRae, Junius Smith, Mrs. W
Nary, son of Mrs. Maude Proctor clubs In some 70 different coun- speaker not well eno gh. j. i
Mrs John Mix matching Ferguon
and the late Thomas D. Proctor of tries. The dependence o< the F.B.I. the peak in &lid t
'Jv e esaes. with federal funds, but we must neth Grider, Lewis Haines, Doris F. Partin.
Gainesville. from the the will and
a Delegations Rotary on good
cooperation
Colorful spring flowers were I. and quickly Moncrlef. Bobby Frazier, Peggy
that -
reach peak
The marriage was an event of Clubs in Green Cove Springs, of the public was emphasized by
used for decorating: the liviii need of old assistance i Ann Wiggins, and Barbara White B. D.
I Those m age Law
pace fiber 24, 1947 at Athens 23 Starke, Gainesville, .Jacksonville, the speaker who stated that muchof Buys
room, where members gathered
muck we can I
as
Ala, with County Judge D. I* for the meetisg. Mlle Madge i Jacksonville Beach, Meadvllle, Pa., the success of the bureau derives deserve aa should offer it Starling Home
Hoscman officiating. Miss Docla and Corning, N. Y., and their from the confidence that afford and we OrganizationOf
,
Whigham president presided over I "
Graves and Earl Newan of Nashville wives welcome the In the F.B.I. and cheerfully and proudly.
the business session calling .>n the were present to public has PTA CouncilIs Mr. and Mrs. Harvey L. ,
were the only attendants. secretary and treasurer fo>* their Keystone Rotarians into the fellowship the unqualified' support that Is The Gainesville business man ling have; sold their home on al

Mrs. Proctor la making her reports, and upoa department of 300,000 business and given to its agents. advocated improvement of schools PostponedLawtey Street to Mr. and Mrs. B. D 4e--f
.om. at 4207 Wyoming Ave., chairmen for annual reports cf professional executives throughout He gave several case histories by lifting the ceiling on funds for Mrs. Starling and childrenT
Nashville. Tenn., while Mr. Proctor accomplishments during tho past the world. where success of the F.B.I. in this purpose, asserting that "we Brooker, and Starke continue to occupy the hoUSt
+iL te serving In the Navy. He year. The official Rotary Charter detecting and capturing criminals must have more money to educate PTA's were represented last Mon til school la out, when Ml
d stationed at Pearl }tar- our children and to provide the day night at ,the USO building, they
Is BOW Miss Whlgham announced her was presented to President Walter has hinged on iaformation and Join Mr. Starling who ia J
now
fcor. resignation to members, and stated Coldwell by Lawrence M. cooperation supplied by private services of kindergartens, Junior when Mrs..A. G. .Wagner of Orlando ; ployed In :Miami. I

that Miss Lillian Stump, vice- Hlrsig, Rotary District Governor citizens. eoHeges,vocational education, bet. State Secretary of PTA', Amount of the J
Circle One has been to of Jacksonville who ter schooling for handicapped met with the group to direct or- transaction, .
Baptist president, appointed praised Dr. Business men present were urg- indicated by documentary
children and Increased salariesfor ganization of a council of Brad* ltaJnp:
WeekCircle serve in that capacity for the James Rupert of Jacksonville ed to contact the F.B.I. office In was S5.250.: :
Met Last rest of the year. Mrs LeonardF. 'Beach and "Doc" Cameron of I Miami in the event that they are teachers. ford County PTA's. The councilwas

One of the Starke Bap Smith, Jr., will serve ''In Miss Green Cove for their good workIn victimized by "bad check" artists Shanda said that as governor he not formed at. this meeting, R. A.

tilt WMU met at the home of Stump's place as' vice-president. stimulating early Interest ki from out of the state. This information I will sponsor legislation( to Improve however, due to the fact that SHOP NETTLES

Mrs. R. A. Thomas on Tuesday, Mrsi. J. R. Kite, Chairman of the Rotary movement In Keystone If supplied to theF.D.I farming by providing more farm- representation of two more communities
the Membership Committee for Heights. to-market roads in rural com- was needed., (In former Zeke
March 2, at 3 P. M. I might aid in the arrest of DrjdenGarage
Mrs. L. Q. Powell, Circle Leader the Senior Club, was a welcome: Frank M. Walrath, Jr., vice- professional operators who make munities to provide a better mar- In order to form a council, it la )

presided over the meeting. A guest of the club for the even- president of the Club, gave the a living; by passing bad checks as keting system to farmers, fruit necessary that five county PTA'a
Ing. Refreshments were served I growers, shippers and canners.: be represented, and that' all five -
notion was made aid carried to welcoming address. Dean Walter they travel from state. to state,
the sum of $2.50 to the by the hostesses during the social Matherly of the University of!he said. Restoration of timber acreage be affiliated with the State PTA. Lawn Furniture

American pay Bible Society. The offering hour. Florida was the main speakerand Mr. Carson was introduced by must have more attention, Shands The three towns represented at Plywood llf'lNtI'Bdll

amounted to $1023.: outlined. the history and purpose J. R. Kite, who had charge of theday's declared, to provide .lumber for the meeting are all associatedwith Dressers RINkfa9(6(
-R ; ;;;; i. the: future and the state, he the Night
Mn. F. B. Beard was in charge,I Waldo OES Notice of the tr7m program, and was accom- added must provide sufficient .. state. Stands
I "Doc" Cameron of Green Cove, panied to the meeting by Fred W. Since only three PTA'a sent -
I of the program on Home Missions I Waldo Chapter No. 120, OES I the sponsoring Club, served as Doerner of St. Augustine, resident seedlings ,for owners of small representatives, ,organization of If It's Made Out Of \\'miI .\-\\

and as a Bible study she read a, will honor Bro. Vincent Brice, muter of ceremonies. A bell and F.B.I. agent for this district, blocks of acreage. the council was postponed until Make It!
portion of Romana 10 and followed Grand Sentinel, at a regular meet- gavel was presented to the new and R. P. McLendon of the finger I "Throughout the state," Shands

this discussion with prayer. Ing on March 12 at 8 p. m. Club by Green Cove, the presen- printing department of the State said, "the people'are, demandingmore p. --- --- - ...
Sister Opal Bartow, Worthy Grand Prison Raiford.Candidate. business and less politics at
,
The mission needs of our southland tation being made by Tern Rivers.
Matron, has accepted an Invitation -, Tallahassee. During the past 40 A&A LUNCHEONETTEWe
were presented by Mrs. Out Officers and other charter members -
to be present. Members are Shands year, Florida has had lawyers
law, Mrs. Powell and Mrs. Hough. urged to attend, and visiting of the new club are: Wal- for governors, except in one in
During the social hour the members are welcome. ..::.. Mrs. ter Caldwell president; Frank: M. Tells PlatformIn stance minister. It is time Are HOG ENOUGH To Want You Business

hostess assUted by Mrs. Outlaw Maude Lappe, Worthy Matron W a 1 r ath, Jr., vice-president; Speech Here for a change and I believe my And MAN ENOUGH To Appreciate It.
and Miss Louise Raulerson, Sec modest success in all my business !
and Mrs. A. A. Wainwright served Singleton B. McKay, secretary-
retary.. Pledging full pensions for old ventures, coupled with my public Bring .This Ad With Yow And Get
a' delightful salad course. treaaurer; Fred Hagel, Charles One Of Our
folks, W. A. (Bill Shands '' service of eight year as a State
) ,
The next meeting will be held Board Says Roads Newman, Frank M. Walrath, Sr., ness-man candidate' Senator and four years as a member !

at the Klngaley Lake home of To Be Repaired Ed Wiggins, Frank Scott, William spoke last Friday afternoon buSI-I' of the State Road Depart- JUICY HAMBURGERS

Mrs. Beard bcglnniag with lunch- i Reynolds, William WhiteSIdes, Al Starke audience, after previous ment qualify me to serve you on

eon at one -o'clock. Soon As PossibleA I Watson, Huntley Redfearn, Llndaey speeches at Lake Butler and Mac- a greater basic Florida."I platform. plank of a Satvrday, March IS FREE Saturday, March 1)

Walker, and Benjamin Ross. clenny. ONLY
spokesman for the Board of Despite a drizzling rain, which am happy to find, in my ONLY
READ ESTATE County Commissioners, in com- The Keystone Club meets on fell throughout the day the speaking tour of Ute state, which

Lint your property for sale menting yesterday on the recent Tuesdays At 12:13: In the Key- audience listened attentively to has already carried me into 31 BAR B Q BEEF OR PORK
with me. I have cold many heavy rains, stated that all pos- atone Inn.Ibmemtxr. the State Senator who was voted counties, that the swing Is to
leeea of property and have sible haste win be made by the Shaada and I will be highly grateful SANDWICHES
many pvoqpecMv lea...*. A county maintenance forces In rePlacing to the good people of Bradford on TOASTED BUN

square deal Is ...tefd. A \ bridges and fills destroyed. I county If they, too, will join -

fair conunlMdon Is an that I require. He requested that complaints hands with Shands," he concluded. STEAKS I MEXICAN
A. a member of the be promptly made to the Clerk's TOASTED.
Realty Board yom may be office in the county courthouse, Minstrel SponsoredBy And Srjle

Mored that I will represent and that repairs will be made n CHOPS | Sandwiches | CHILI

yea to the benfe of my ability. Just as soon as possible. the old "meller- and not an ordinary mud Hampton PTAIs
N. D. WAINWniflllT, JR. One observer stated that he had drammer", "Rain" wherein an puddle, '
at all Those two very uncomfortable Big SuccessNet '
Realtor, -:- Phone 154 | never before seen as'muck water Ingenious stage contrivance pour- gentlemen were forced 1

oa the roads. ed rain on the roof during the to spend the night marooned In profits of $150: were pour- j Rut '

- ------ - entire performance Well, their auto and it waa- noon the I ed into the treasury of the Hampton "_e'a AMAIZOCrystal:
I now I know how the charactersfelt next day before they got back, School! Parent-Teacher Association j
and what made them act the home! last week by two presentations 1
WE WANT C. C. WYNNFOR way they did Even the old -, II of the PTA's show, "The j DILL ,:

Chinese water torture couldn't be Managed to make "Holiday On Daneing Moon beam Minstrel"and 1
(Chip) '
worse than what we've been goIng Ice" in Jacksonville Monday night "The Kink In Kizzle's Wedj j White
OUR NEXT SHERIFFYOUR through these past few weeks (practically the only rainless ding". The proceeds will be used 1
.
At least, In that case the evening we've had) and glimpsed to purchase books for the school Pickles '
VOTE & SUPPORT water drips only on your forehead scads of Callstreeters enjoying library. 15c

WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED while we'll be water-logged this truly breathtaking spectacle After a month's rehearsal, the

all over unless the sun comes out Among those spotted were show opened Friday night, Feb. '
(PJ. Pol. Adv)
for a few hours some day soon Mr. and Mrs. B. T Thomas and 27, in the Hampton School auditorium 15c

daughter,,...Alma Seleta Thomas,)I where a record crowd of SyrupFRIDAY

Hazel Simmons, Bob Turner over 400 jammed even the stand-
--- - --- - Janet
Harry Lappe doesn't like all, Anderson, Ann Wilt, A. W. An- ing room, windows and doors. The j & SATURDAY MARCH 12 & 13
Here la An EASTER SPECIAL this wetness, either Hear that! derson, the Tom Blades an' chll- second performance was held the ,
he and his brother ran into a lun, ,Red an' Irma Buford John I following Thursday night la the j I No. 2 Can

YOUR NAME put on a large chocolate- submerged segment of country an' Henry Godwin and mother, Starke USO building, where at- 1
road on their way out to a Lions Mrs. W F., (Uene an' Hazel Mat : tendance was approximately 300. j 'Tomatoes z for 2Sc
covered EASTER EGG, cream center, Club fish supper Wednesday night thews, and Mrs. W. E. Middleton During intermission county political ,

FREE. Price of Egg $1.00 of last week Seems that There were a few Jackson- candidates were introducedto j _
they had gotten off on an unused ville people there, too the audience and permitted two Market Sweet

.. j If" road and what they actually ran minute speeches by the Mistressof j [PEAS x2cIPe ;hwaI2SC
-4 1 E into was a newly formed "lake", Hear that Ruby Johns gave son, Ceremonies. Mrs. Gerald Ad- ,
I M. Gaines kins. Another intermission specialwas j
a surprise birthday
1 ,
.
{ Sniffs
supper Thursday night of last a demonstration of'skillful > Shortening
J :week, and all the surprises weren't baton twirling by Miss Helen Adj j

'. .' for L. M. Seems the guests klna. >4 Ibs. JEWEL $1.25
: r .. P/7M3KI
tr .; were all there at 6:45: : while L. Excellent musical accompaniment ,
r ) tar I M. was late getting away from for the performance was
p '; '. school and didn't arrive home un- provided by the Florida Trouba- "33"BLEACH Heart's Delight

,. '. I.. til two hours later Bet every- dors, a group featured over radio Bartlett Pears
,- Sun. Mon. March 14 > IS station WGGG, Gainesville.
one was powerful hungry by then!
t.. News comes from the U. ofF The eleven members of the cast lOc Qt. 39c
MIRACLEOn
that Andy Adkins has been I all blackface, were Mrs. Gerald

+ b 34th Street I pledged legal by Delta fraternity Theta. Phi, Congratulations national Edith Adklna Parker.Mrs. Mrs.Lester Jessie Slade Wright Mrs., SUPER; SUDS 33C

., Maura-n O'Haro, John I Hear that Joe Mrs. Nannle Watterson, Mrs. Gertrude -
Payne and LaVerne- Hembree Slade, Mrs. Edna Prevatt,
I will occupy -
March of Time & News the Mrs. Hazel Thomas, Mrs. Eunice Dixie Crystal Shaver's
Guy home when Fredan'
.. -.. I Wilson, Mrs. Alma Saxon and
S
GAR
Hazel move to Peas
Gainesville( in Blackeye
I
TUP ONLY March
16 Mrs.
the future Doris Hicks, all members of
near 5
the Hampton PTA. For the wed- Ibs. 40c lOc Can

b4T Frolics On IceIrene News flash comes that the little ding sequence, feur Juvenile per- -

Dare, Lynn Roberts jalopy belonging to Lewis Haines formers, Louise Adkins, Doris :;:t
Edgar Kennedy was stolen from the A &: P park Parker C. W. Slade and Langford Octagon Soap 25cMellow
Hicks, were added to the cast.
ing lot last week
Short &, News but seems that
- .. .. I police found It abandoned in the The show received many com-
We.U Thur March 11 18 I woods it had given out of gas pliments. Bartlett I I Big Stalks

T DOUBLE FEATURE (from force of habit) Hear Pears ea. 5c | Celery lOcI
N I that Bess Bums will again emerge Beta Club Taps _

Canyon Passage :Into the business world aa the 20 New MembersThe I Canadian No.1Potatoes
operator of a cosmetic "bar" in

See our special-packed Easter Baskets, filled with an Dana Andrews, Brian Donlevy the Ruby Johns shop Gladto BHS Chapter of the Beta 10: IJbs. 4SC
assortment of small and large eggs, some chocolate- see that Clara and Resale Col- Club, often called the "Phi Beta
coated, at Youth AflameDaring son are enjoying comforts of their Kappa of the high schools" has ,
59c new home on West Madison tapped 20 new members from the Fla. Green
to 1.98 Expose of Street Methinks that azaleas, 'Junior and senior classes The Crispy

Juvenile' DelinquencyAlso dogwood, and redbud have never Moral chapter, which Is a member CABBAGE I LETTUCE21bs.5c
A large assortment of Easter Cards, Grass, Empty New. been
Baskets, etc.KOCH. ... .. ...... .... "'- prettier In or bloomed fair moreprotu.ely of a national organization la lOc ea.
our city than a non-secret: group open to any -
.rt. Sat. :Match 19.20
now Too bad the rain has hjffh school student who maintains r Streab-Q-Lcan
DOUBLE FEATUREWild
( kept us from getting out and a high scholastic average.

,r. enjoying their beauty Just as It The new members pf the Beta WHITE .BACON U: 39
ii, Beauty was at its height Bet such Club underwent a week of initiations -
ai' U life .
I In which they had to ful
Don Porter LoU Collier )I fill some different mission each Wilson's Laurel' Frenh Caetarrry

Drug Store So long See you In the nextCarolyn. ,l day. The Club IB now raising Sliced BACON

It'jfe Western Gold I. .)I funds by selling, refreshment- at SSe lb. I Cottage Cheese lb.

TY With Smltte Baitar! 21c
Reliable Prescription Service at Moderate Prices Also "Foul Htl- .-

1,4 i y 'Two Registered and Graduated Chap. 11 "'IAet'e". I\LVAREz'STORE =iI o.inMa4e: 60Ct

liy l 1%: Pharmacists In Our PrescfjgHg} Department II SAUSAGE lb.


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W ,\RCd 1I, 1918_ .DFORD COUNTY LEGRAPIi. BTAKKE, 1rLORmA ....nRIrs wrv. I
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r, of LOCAL NEWS Col. and Mrs O. J. Griffin of Mrs. W J. Churchwell Is visiting Funeral z
b St. Augustine were guests Mon her daughter Mrs. T. W. Car- Monday

k day Ethel morning of hit sister Mra. ruthers In Miami. For Mrs. Ward, s
Biggs.
who la Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kemp and Just received small amount of Resident
Jr. Of GrahamMrs.
''" tight, the Lakens' daughter June of Oviedo were Oven Mills, Jr., spent last week- Mojud Hone new spring shadra,

N at Hospital. spent visiting friends In Starke last end visited in his St. father.Augustine H. K.where Mills he at the Smart Shoppc. Annlo E. Ward 18, died

a weekend. Fred Guy left Saturday for Atlantic Saturday, March 6, at the homeof
home. & March It 15
U,I at his Mrs. R. B. Trask of Lakeland Sunday Monday -
Sat- ] City where he Is attending her daughter Mrs Ida
returned Little Jones
boys' Easter Suit.
4 Traxler Ls visiting her mother Mrs. W. H.Parkin the i In CASS TIMBERLANESpencer
International Coca-Cola con Graham.
after spending Hats and Shoes at STUMP'S.Mrs.
1 nsICala *, and her sister Mrs. Earl
guest of Dr. Juntas vention this week. Mrs. Ward was born In Lana Turner Scott
as the Smith and Mrs. B. Searing. Georgetown Tracy, Zachary
E. Middleton W. J. Epperson, Jr.. attended the Just received: New shipment of Mr. and Mrs. George Merkel of S. C., Aug. 9. 18 9. and

art Mites of GM.C.. In all-day Regional PTA meeting ladles' Dresses for Easter at the Philadelphia Pa., have been guests moved! to Alachua County near Tues. Wed. .4 Thurs. March 16 17 18
I cawaa a guest bald Wednesday of last week, !. Smart Shoppe.Mr. of Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Church- Valdo, In her early girlhood
,jay trough) Mondayhis Jacksonville at the Roosevelt and Mrs. well for the past week. days. She was married on Jan. THAT HAGEN GIRL
Guy Sale moved
parents Mr. and Hotel. T-5 J. B. Sllcox who has been 78. 1892 to Derrick Altman who
I last Saturday to their Kingsley Shirley Temple, Ronald Regan, Dorothy Peterson:
wtes. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and Lake Home for the Summer. Mr. stationed with the 120th Station died Jan. 11. 1903- leaving her

lei our Sprl-g Shoes young son Jimmy of Tampa spelt and Mr, *. Charles Oakes have Hospital in Bayreuth. Germany ,with a family of three small chil
Fri. Sat. March 19-20 Double Feature
at the Smart Shoppe. last weekend aa guests of their' moved Into the Sales' home for the peat two years returned dren. After the death of Mr. Alt- -

N D. Clark of Mona 'parent, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dur-: Madison Street.! on home recently on emergency leave 'man. she was married to Henry BELLS OF SAN ANGELOWith -
guest last Fridayof because of the Ulnessof his Ward on Aug. 8, 1906 and to this
I Mr, aad :Mrs. J. D. '
Doyle
den.Sheriff spent union Roy Ropers
and Mrs. were born two children. .
n Senator and )4rs. A. O. Andreu last Sunday In Green Cove father. Walter Silcox. His wife
Springs
d Johns. and 'Miss Hannah Swindell returned where they were guests of Mr. a native Clf.ADUlterdam. Holland Surviving Mrs. Ward are all And FEAR IN THE NIGHTWith

a I line of Children's Sunday from a visit of i and MM. Paul Allen. whom he married overseas on Oct. five children: Henry Altman and Paul

d esses.. Hats a ad several days with relative Mr. and Mrs. J.utreU Robesonof 0, arrived here last week and Mrs. Eva Strickland, of Nichols; Kelly

a TUMP'S. In Stuart Cnarleston, West Va., who have they expect to remain In the Mrs. Ida Jones and John Wardof

Mrs. T J. Griffin re- I Mrs). John Christiansen' has returned been< spending a month's vacation States Graham and Mrs. Florrie McKinney RITZ Open Every Day Except'Monday
N ay after spending two after enjoying a two visiting points of Interest In FlorIda Simplicity Patterns la stockat of Gainesville; 14 grandchildren -

p cksonville with their weeks' visit with her daughters arrived Friday at the homeof STUMPS.Mr. and 13 great grandchildren. : Weekdays starting: at 3:30: P. M.

and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. LIllian Keating and Mrs. Mrs R. S. Fernandez whose and Mrs. A. E. McKlnney Sat. & Sun. starting; at 1:00 P. M.

endoza.[ Beatrice Jenks in New Orleans. apartment they will occupy for had as weekend guests Mrs. Mc- She was a faithful and devoted -.-----.-- -.- .-,a.--.-. -.- -..-.
several days before returning to Kinney' aunt Mrs. J. D. Hazen member of the Graham Christian

their home In Charleston where of Sarasota her niece Miss Church. Her life was by no

\\ery Branch of Mr. Robeson is a prominent In- Myrtle Hazen of Lake City, and means all sunshine. She had
brother known a lot of sadness and hardships ,
surance man. I. H. Hazen of Jackson SAPP'S STORE

INSURANCE Mr. and :Mrs. A. C. Durden re ville. They also visited at the but she always seemed
turned last week after enjoyinga home of L. O. Hazen. happy and contented with whatever

visit with Mr. and Mrs C. C. Mrs. Maude Mott, Leon Dryden, joys or sorrows that came to
her. 600 EAST 10TH STREET
Hoppe and son In Tampa.. and Mr. and Mrs. James H. McCarthy
Choose your Easier Dress attended "Holiday on Ice" Funeral services were held at

C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE from the beautiful selectionat in Jacksonville Saturday night. the Graham Christian Church at

cr STUMP'S. Mrs. Charles Peleav and Mrs. 11 a. m. March 8, with Rev. Fred

PHONE 146 Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robb and Leo Paralto and little lion, Leo, Dodd officiating assisted by Rev.

children who recently moved Jr., all of Ashvllle, N. C., were W. C. Burton. Interment was in
Constant Service Over 50 YearsLASSIFIED_ their residence from Columbia, S. guests last week of Mr. and Mrs the; Santa Fe" Cemetery with arrangements -

C., to Hastings enjoyed a' visit P. M. Barefoot. in charge of Key- SPECIALSSPECIALS

last weekend with Mrs. Robb'a Ladies' Easter Coats at McCabe Funeral Home, Jackson.

mother Mrs. Fay Gill at her STUMP'S. ville.

Kingsley Lake home. Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Charbon- Active pallbearers were Lonnie FRI. SAT. J\lARCII12. 13

Mrs. G. L. Thomas and Mrs. neau and Mrs C. F. Ward were Melton Glenn Thomas Gene Mel

P. E. Stone both of Archer, were business visitors to Gainesville ton, Wade Hicks, Albert Thomas, CIIIN1TO BABY

overnight guests Tuesday of Mrs. Tuesday. and Theodore Melton. RAINRICE

,'-y J, 221 room Thompaosj apt. L.St.O.. FOR'boat SALE suitable-1 for ft. Marine outboard plywood Stone's brother-in-law (and taster Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump' have character traits LONG LIMA

1 its or oars. Carries 4. comfortably.rioter Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Davis.' as guests their nephew and niece Many good can
1I A-l condition. Price reasonable. Boy's white anti Bisect suits ;Mr. and Mrs. Quintln T. Brown be learned through club work. The

I I I:IN- gRTTtvEMENT The: former Hum-OFI )Contact rrocereutonrStarkeuLake J. U Lavender.Merrltt's Kt.' a, for Easter at the Banart! Shoppe. of Winston Salem N. C.'ho ; clubs are Interested In gainingnew BEANS

I I .urlft Home and Lot at highway. ..uutler Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E.- Wilson arrived Thursday after touring members! and In helping their
I n't Intersection of Call ltp. their last weekendhis South Florida for week.
had
I 'adwny streets; also as guest a They community to be one of the best 31bs.61c
I Lot fronting on Broad- WANTED to net In touch with the sister Mrs. Lee MacDonellof plan to enjoy a few days visit 2lbs.3Ic
and man who bought 1842 111 the county. Please help them
I -t extending toatrret 5-pa.is.neer .
Ford Jacksonville. before returning to their home
on the Went; al. coupe at Glen St. Mary lust
old Furniture In Build. July. phone collect, J. H. Townsend r Elder Dan Harvell, Pastor of Mrs. Simeon Phillips and Miss with your support and Interest. Swift's
I ...r> portion of this propbe Ulen St. Mary. Fla.! lip >
I pun-tallied! for a the Primitive Baptist Church in Sara Barefoot made a business! Phillip'H
I n cash price. If In- FOR SALE-one 12-foot plywood Plant City was a guest Saturdayof trip to Jacksonville Tuesday aft- SMOKEDSAUSAGE
1 ,ontact A. J. Thomas, boat cheap for cash. R. c. UfUCIOUSr
1I 1I I Starke:! Fla. 4t .-2 Buford at Fire Station. Starke. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney ernoon. TOM WATSONYour .
I ltp Rhoads and Paige Easter Beautiful yard goods at

i CAR we tare a ew FOR RENT-The Powder Box, 1 Millinery on display at STUMP'S. PEAS
auto radial Immediate blk. from p. o., living room bed STUMP'S.Mr. .
I .. As low aa $42.60. room kitchenette bath.
FurnlBh-
i .d. ( and Mrs. Thomas F. Colson
RD RADIO SERVICH J.p. QUhr ey. it Heilbronn HomeDemonstration
llaclison streets. Stark tfB FOR RENT 8 furnished and son Linwood left Sunday for 31c lb. No.2 Can
buses
I conveniently located. Both have Oxford: : N. C., where they are

i F%RI1. CITY AND O.KS9stoves L. Ilaynea for, 301 rooking-So.: Water_ Mrs.St. .enjoying a weeks' visit with their Club Has MeetingThe 'It lOcea.
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. w wet'
PROPERTY tf Heal Good
Mrs Brantley accompanied
NEW REMINGTON': Hayes. Evelym Heilbronn Home Demonstration
""typ wrtterp-e- sradloNrCefJlnY PORTABLE them to Oxford,;whelp Club met Wednesday HOME.: MADE Large Yard

Tel.af.Ph.. tf i she is a guest of her brotherinlaw afternoon at the school for the

ROUT 16&S:: FRAMES MADE to order :Foto- and sister. Mr. and Mrs. regular monthly business meeting SYRUP1.50
test advertiser ef _.- graphs, Certificates License, etc. Robert Hayes. Following a weeks' with Mrs. Helen Sapp president EGGS50c
Large selection o1 .
property MM ado aver moulding-
:visit. Mrs Brantley plans to join
of Homes Firms_ SJla-Uom- Work: sruarantewl. providing. .
urn from all ever ta. HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & GIFT I her husband at Tri-State College The work of the club was plan-
open. Ilittas. SHOP. tl In Angola Ind., where he l Iii a ned for several .months in advance gal. doz.SWIFTS

UT REALTY AGENCY FOR RENT Attractive. m.dern student of Civil Engineering. and the following officers .
vetted i Locally By'iIOiLINGSWORTN furnished and unfurnished lIPartmenta .".'
with all convenience. All popular shades Nylon and committees were appointed:
Close In, desirable neighborhood. Hose at STUMP'S. Vice-president :Mrs. Pearl
So. Walnut St.j Rents very reasonable. 201 W
Madison Starke. tf Mr. Frank Durshimer, accom Norman. CAIU r'S FLAT CHUCKSALT
panied by his sister, Miss Margaret Home production of food -
Been waiting to "net" a first line
[MATTRESSES elect ria refrigerator or taM -top Durshimer were visiting Mrs. Eats Starling.
I IF ALL KINDS hot water heater? We have them 1 In their brother in a Jacksonville Food nutrition Mrs. Mildred STEAK
stock for Immediate delivery Call
I RENOVATEDFURNITURE ua today. Hospital Saturday. Sapp, Mrs. Roberta Sapp.
Foley Lumber Company Mrs. W. J. Epperson Jr., and Conservation of food Mrs. NextGOVERNOR

Slit'rksiMvlllv.A. Main. .Street VIM.1hone children Sally Ann and Mary Iris Crosby Mrs. Louise Crosby.. 3 pkgs. lOc 45c !lb.

B-iMI-43 :Sue! spent last Friday and Sat- Clothing and textile Mrs.
Jt S-12! urday in Jacksonville where they Pearl] Norman.

(( STRAYED*Two' cows and one a-I were guests of :Mrs.: Epperson'sparanta House and furnishings Mrs. Vote for this man May 4 We greatly Appreciate the Patronage each offtur
year-old white-face heifer; ..1. for frlemU of
1-year-old white-face male calf;; bias and Mrs. R. L. Rich- Lois Cox.Health. ( laid by
I one butt-head cow, brown sailor,; ard. Mrs. Mattie Ellis. Tom Watson) customers has given us.

UPHOLSTEREDRKFINISIIED one dark lone blue horn.cow.15 part reward Brahma'with each Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasleywere Crafts and marketing of home

D If penned and notify W. R. Cook !in Leesburg attending t o products Mrs. Muriel Norman
Stark., yia.
2tp 1-13
UII business Monday Miss Rosa Moore.Recreation .
A
P CardMATTRESS
FOR RENT: Attractive 5-room and Little girls' Dresses, pa't J colon Mrs. Louise Nor-

XGS 3d Palatka, }la.ton CO.. refrigerator bath furnished' Magic apt. New Chef Serve gum; for Raster at the Smart man. GET READY N-O-W TO ENJOY OUTDOOR LIVING

stove and gas beater. au W. Shoppe. The club has planned a day for .
Madison tf Mrs. E3. C. Carter of Avon Park planting flowers on the school "- THIS SPRING AND SUMMER

| write. liability al |: lines and: FOR RENT-2 apartments whir nloh- was here last Friday visiting her grounds.

1. me for your Insurance ed.refr Private: ,baths HO ; .one.; one? with elec.' grandmother Mrs. W. H. Perkins. .After the business meeting, the
oP' Wainwright, Jr., 129 AND YARD
I ., Phone 16... tt7OR Ice. Well box, |]orated 35 mo. Utilities See Jew furnished. F. WIN Sgt. Billy Miles returned Mon time was spent in etching alumi- METAL FURNITURE FOR PORCH

on. H. C. Wall Agency. 2t 8-12 day to Georgia Military College num trays. Later In the after- _
SALE in Milledgeville\ Ga., after spending noon refreshments were nerved.! GLIDEKSftLIDEIt r ; a-+ :'.
BABY SITTER! Will talc of .
o BEDROOM children by day or hour at care rout I several days here with his Boys and girls of Heilbronn CHAIRS: t; '
"Its of Starke. residence home White; high school grad parents Mr. and MrsuE. F. Miles. School are interested in the 4-11 .etw3 c
lust r
com-
[heap for half cash. uate.Starka Reasonable 35.Drastically rates. Call "Star I3rand" work shoes Club work Miss Whig uam and SETTEES; ., G ..,: .,,:,a ;

1,north building of Bland with Ins concrete; Cen- n.uno staid mud and water atS'RIMP'S. .Mr. McClane meet with them Odd & Matching .. ii lI "

Ie at coat. reduced. Table and every two weeks. The boys are METAL CHAIRS .
''1'' and Concrete Block connote models, trade-ins accepted. Mrt and Mrs. R. T. Bell of getting their club organized quite .
pest price In See us before :you buy.
RS. half class,town."x6'8", Paler Lumber Company Elgin,. Ill., and Mrs. Charles satisfactorily. Some of the projects r 1 rir
Aflth* Main. Street McCornack of St. Charles. S'I are corn, pepper and poul- FORM FITTING
M Jacksonville Fla.
.I.I Concrete E. Cement. Glass Block., ...... 5-013 will arrive next Thursday to Steel BLATS Si HACKTubufan
Pipe,
lv,...e.Ple".. Mortar Stepping atix It S-12 the guests of Mr. and Mr.. John try.The girls have finished their P
ck WANTED-Middle-aged white leas Uglow and other friends for several I first year's work in sewing and rir
hauling Fill dirt for to live In our home and assist weeks. are now entering other projects. franw fabrlratti'dof
with housekeeping' flee Mr. R.
TS high In city limits ot F.. Mundorff, Temple and Lake _. special large high- .dS
Uo ground, UOO up Service Station or Phone, 179. Ys'
Y per mo. it carbon strct.Special .
type of bulldlnc con I
FOR SALE' -Practically new Na
dVC1i tND Galvanized Pipe. tional cash register.' See Robert Us Retain The -
loab."I U.6a per :yard I In no...., Ill W. Call Sty Starke. baked enamel

) ENGIxEEEIf0) CO. Itp Weatherproof Finish -

Edw.rd. Fhosj M FAMILY. Will WANTED furnish to pick house atrawrles. free-, ret look Capable of being washed 'Leatherette GLIDERS I
rent. Please Inquire for Eraest New !
eIil 1\0 MACHINES) Harrett Rt. 1. Box 2SA Starke, In warm water Covered

P.that Washing new automatic machine the or Fla. Itp I -

"e. waiting for price HURRY WANTED New born HEAVY :3 AIR CUSIIIONS
de baby Special reference guaran Built In large aswl
-Innallowanc.r onlyou a teed. Will pay hospital bill. OF YOUR CAR'S I
: r
rCall u. Phone Jackaonvlll f 4/1/ mall mUll for large Strong In
today. or
y I........ writ. Eunice Pox Rte. 6. Box' Qg
CO.pa.f
'It..l....*........111..street Fl.. XDOA, Jacksonville, Fla. 4t 4-I UPHOLSTERYFOR'YEARS j ...
P.... a-.a FOR RENT-I-room apt. Electric TilE NICEST METAL
It :a-n Ice box gaa heat and gas stove.Mrs. I BUILT.Conntructitrn Color. *
ty R. R. Johns, Sr.. J03 Wash- FURNITURE

a lor complete Pfloger line tlhake.Iron.on. 01 rert. .--1 Inirtnn St. It 1 Durable Nell Sun-Fast Plastic I Ii And Now Priced At A --- -.._-- ._-._---.-.--- ---
AI.0 Ocean City FOR SALE-Lar. electric fan perfect

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SOCIETY and CLUBS New Rotary Club Special Agent FBI by"Florida's his 1948 most legislative valuable colleagues.senator' the school Friday annex night(old dances USO).in Mra.the, has next not Monday been determined nIght. As let' ;1

At Keystone Heights Is Guest Speaker "Florida must cooperate fully L. F. Smith, Jr., is sponsor of the I place the meeting win be ate lid II

,. .. At with the federal government In Club. At Monday's meeting, (
Is Given CharterThe Rotary ClubAn '
11r Woman's Club providing low-cost housing pro The new members, bringing the, was represented by bits gat

Proctor-Sawyer Jr. newly organized Rotary Insight Into phases of the jects for war veterans and give total membership to 29 are: Roberts, Mrs. L. H. Futch,
3Itt
Met Last Week all aid toward establishing themin Alene Starling, June Caldwell, Ed Durban, and Mrs.
Mrs. Myrtle Sawyers of Frank Club of Keystone Heights was work carried on by the F.B.I. was Pete Wlb
a gainful occupations," Shands Carli Mae Hall. Martha Home, wrlght. Brooker: Russell
)Hn, Tenn., announces the mar. formally admitted Tuesday night given to members of the Rotary gay
The Junior Woman's Club met and Harmon
rtage of her daughter,Thelma Jean Into membership In Rotary Inter Club here Wednesday when C. H. stated. Virginia Milllgan, Frederick Pres- '' Morgan. SUrk
Sawyers of Nashville, Tenn., to Thursday night of last week at national, the world-wide organization Carson, special agent in charge, "In old age assistance," he ad- cott, Norman Sweeney Julia] Talhi 1
U' Robert Earl Proctor of the U. S. the home of Mrs. Robert Green and, which has more than 6,100 of the Miami bureau, was guest dud, "Florida has done well, but Frances Barry, John Klein, Sewell Mrs. T. H. Oaborne,V.
where Mrs. S. G. Denmark, \
, Navy, son of Mrs. Maude Procto; clubs In some 70 different coun 1 speaker. not well enoigh. We are near I Idell Landrum Vivian McRae, Junius Smith Mrs. W j. tPPlt-
t Mrs. John Mix ,n were co-host-:: state funds Ruth Sibley Janet Anderson, Kenneth eon. Jr, V. R. Ferguson
,' and the late Thomas D. Proctor of tries. The dependence of the F.B.I the peak in matching end C.
a esses. federal funds but we must Grider, Lewis Haines, Doris F. ParUn.
Gainesville.The with
Delegations from the Rotary on the good will and cooperation
Colorful spring flowers were and Moncrief, Bobby Frazier, Peggy
marriage was an event of Clubs In Green Cove Springs of the public was emphasized by 1 reach that peak quicklyThose
1947 at Athens, used for decorating: the llvlij: in need of old age assistance Ann Wiggins, and Barbara White. B. D. Law
24 Buys
December room, where 23 members gatherer Starke, Gainesville, Jacksonville, the speaker who stated that muchof I
Ala, with County Judge D. L. for the meetisg. buss Madge Jacksonville Beach.- Maadville. Pa.., the success of the bureau derives deserve as muck as we can Starling HomeMr
Roaeman officiating. Miss Docla Whlgham president presided over and Corning, N. T., and their from the confidence that afford and we should. offer it OrganizationOf :

Graves and Earl Newan of Nash. the business session calling on the wives were present to welcome the public ria*' In the F.B.I. and cheerfully and proudly. PTA Council and Mrs. Harvey L.
vale were the only attendant: secretary and treasurer for> their Keystone Rotarians Into the fellowship the unqualified* support that Is The Gainesville business! man -hav .sold their home on Starling -

Mrs. Proctor la making her reports, and upoa department of 300,000 business and given to Its agents advocated Improvement! of schoolsby Is PostponedLawtey Street to Mr. and Mrs B. D OM I 4r

110m. at 4207 Wyoming Ave., chairmen for annual report cl professional executives throughout He gave several case histories lifting the ceiling on funds tor Mrs. Starling and children
? Nashville, Tenn., while Mr. Proctor accomplishments during the pasty the world. where success of the F.B.I. in this purpose, asserting that "we Brooker and Starke continue to occupy the house vi.
'r ta serving In the Navy. He ar. The official Rotary Charter detecting and capturing criminals must have more money to educate, t'1'A'e were represented last Monday ell School, Is out when in

;; I II BOW stationed at Pearl Harbor. Miss Whl ham announced her was presented to President Walter has hinged on information and our children and to provide the night at \the USO building, Join Mr. Starling: who is they now w

i resignation to members and stated Coldwell by Lawrence :M.HlrsJg cooperation supplied by private services of kindergartens Junior: when Mra..A. G. _Wagner of Or; ployed !In Miami. ell-
oHsges,vocational education, better lando, State Secretary of PTA,
that Miss LIUian Stump vac.- Rotary District Governorof Citizens I Amount of the
Baptist Circle One president, has been appointed to Jacksonville, who praised Dr. Business men present were urg schooling for handicapped met with the group to direct or Indicated by documentary transaction&I
children and Increased salaries ganization of a council of Brad' ltam s
In that for the James Rupert of Jacksonville
Met Last WeekCircle serve capacity ed to contact the F.B.I. office in WU 15.250.:
rest of the year. Mrs. LeonardF. Beach and "Doc" Cameron of Miami in the event that they are for teachers. ford County PTA's. The council

One of the Starke Bap- Smith, Jr., will serve In Miss Green Cove for their good workin victimized by "bad check" artists Shands said that as governor he WILl not formed at, this meeting, R. A. NETTLES

tilt WMU met at the home of Stump's place as vfoe-presldent. stimulating early interest i in from out of the state. This In- will sponsor legislation to improve however, due'to the fact that SHOP
Mrs. It. A. Thomas on Tuesday, Mrs. J. R. Kite Chairman of the Rotary movement [in Keystone formation, if supplied to the farming by providing more farm- representation of two more communities

:March 2, at 3 P. M. the Membership Committee for Height F.B.I might aid in the arrest of to-market roads In rural communities was needed., (In former Zeko Dry dee

Mrs. L. G. Powell, Circle Lead I the Senior Club, was a welcome Frank M. Walrath, Jr., vice- professional operators who makea to provide a better mar. In order to form a council, it Is Garage)

er, presided over the meeting. A guest of the club for the even president of the Club gave the living; by passing bad checks as' keting system to farmers fruit necessary that five county PTA's
notion was made aad carried to ing. Refreshments were served welcoming address. Dean Walter they travel from state to state growers, shippers and canners: be represented, and that all five
pay the sum of $2.50 to the by the hostesses during the social Matherly of the University of he said. Restoration of timber acreage be affiliated with the State PTA. Lawn Furniture
American Bible Society. The of hour. Florida was the main sneaker Mr. Carson was Introduced by must have more attention, Shands The three towns represented at Plywood II >ilntea
faring amounted to f 10.23.: and outlined the history and pur J. R. Kite, who had charge of the declared, to provide .lumber for the meeting are all associatedwith Dressers Bc>kcavrsxignt
Waldo OES NoticeWaldo the future and the state, he the state.Since StanN
of the day'a and !
Mn. F. D. Beard was in charge pose Rotary movement. program, was accompanied sufficient
"Doc" Cameron of Green Cove, to the meeting by Fred W. added, must provide only three PTA's sent
cf) the program on Home Mlaclons Chapter No. 120. OES, seedlings for owners of small If It's Made Out
the sponsoring Club served as Doerner of St. Augustine, resident representatives/ organization of Of WoodI -
and as a Bible study she read a will honor) Bro. Vincent Brice, master of ceremonies. A bell and I F.B.I. agent for this district, blocks of acreage."Throughout the cctmcll was until Make Ill!
postponed
portion of Romans 10 and followed Grand Sentinel at a regular meetIng gavel was presented to the 'new I and R, P. McLendon of the finger the state," Shands

this discussion with prayer. on March 12 at 8 p. m. Club by Green Cove, the presentation printing department of the State said[ "the people are. demanding "... 6 6 .....
Slater Opal Bartow, Worthy Grand made Prison, Raiford.Candidate. :more business and less politics at
The mission needs of out Southland being by Tom Rivera
Matron, has accepted an invitation ; Tallahassee. During the past 40
were presented by Mrs. Outlaw Officers aad other charter members A&A LUNCHEONETTE
to be Members
present. are Shands years, Florida has had lawyersfor
Mrs. Powell and Mrs. Hough urged to attend, and visiting of the new club are: Wal governors, except in one In
During the social hour the members are welcome. .=:: Mrs. ter Coldwell, president; Frank M. Tells Platform stance a minister It is time We Are HOG' ENOUGH To Want Yom Business

hostess assisted by Mrs. Outlaw Maude Lappe, Worthy Matron W a 1 r nth Jr., vice-president; In[; Speech Here for a change and I believe my And MAN ENOUGH To Appreciate It.
and Miss Louise Raulerson Sec
and Mrs. A. A, Wainwright served Singleton :H. McKay, secretarytreaMirer modest success In all my business

a'delightful salad course. retary., ; Fred Hagel, Charles Pledging full pensions for old ventures, coupled with my public Brine This Ad With YD* And Get One Of Our.
folks, W. A. (Bill) Shands, businessman service of eight years) as a State
The next meeting will be held Newman, Frank M. Walrath, Sr.,
Board Says Road candidate' for governor, Senator and four years as a member
at the Klngsley Lake home of To Be Repaired Ed Wiggins[ Frank Scott William spoke last Friday afternoon to a of the State Road Department JUICY HAMBURGERS

Mrs. Beard beginning with lunch- Reynolds, William Whltealdcs, Al Starke audience after previous quality me to serve you on

eon at one -o'clock. Soon As Possible Watson, Huntley Redfearn Llnd- speeches at Lake Butler and Mac a basic platform. plank of a Saturday, March IS Saturday, March IS
greater Florida."I
Walker, and Benjamin Ross. clenny. FREE
sey
., ONLY
A for the Board of ONLY
spokesman Despite a drizzling rain, which am happy to find, in my
READ ESTATE County Commissioners in commenting The Keystone Club meets on fell throughout the day, the speaking tour of the state, which

Lint your property for sole yesterday on the recent Tuesdays at 12:15: in the Key audience listened attentively to has already carried fce Into 31 BAR B Q BEEF OR PORK
with me. I have sold many heavy rains, stated that all possible stone Inn.Ikmember. the State Senator who was voted counties, that the swing is to .
.....* of property and have haste wlB be made by the Shaads and I will be highly grateful
many proepecttva iayess. Aiqnare county maintenance forces in re- I to the good people of Bradford SANDWICHES on TOASTED BUN

deal .ta .......teecI. A facing bridges and fills destroyed 1 county If they, too. will join .rr
fair conunl ion I* all that I reqnire. He requested that 'complaints R hands with Shands," he concluded. STEAKS MEXICAN
As a member of the be> promptly made to the Clerk's TOASTED.
lUaHgr Board you may be office In the county courthouse, Minstrel SponsoredBy And StleCHOPS
weaned. that I wlH represent and that repairs will be made Sandwiches CHILI

yon to the bent of my ability just as soon as possible the old and not an Hampton PTA 6.. ,
"meller-I ordinary mud
puddle,
observer stated that he had
One
N. D. WAINWniOHT JR. drammer"- "Rain" an at all Those two very uncomfortable Is Big -Succeo '
never before) seen as'muck water
Kcaltort tPhone ISA Ingenious stage contrivance pour- gentlemen were forced
on the roads. ed rain on the roof during the Net of
to spend the night marooned in profits $150 were pour Am t '
'.-. - - - entire performance? Well, their auto and it was' noon the ed into the treasury of the Hampton Jasie'sDILL AMAIKOCrystal

now I know how the charactersfelt next day before they got back >School! Parent-Teacher Association
and what made them act the home! 'I last week by two presentations

WE WANT C. C. WYNNFOR way they did Even the old I of the PTA's show "The ,,

Chinese water torture: couldn't be Managed to mako "Holiday OnIce" Dan.ing Moonbeam Minstrel"and
worse than what we've'' been (Chip) White.Picldes
go in Jacksonville Monday night "The Kink In Klzzle's Wed
OUR NEXT SHERIFFYOUR ing through these past few weeks (practically the only rainless ding". The proceeds will be used

At least, In that case the evening we've had) and glimpsed to purchase books for the ..chooll1braI'Y. '
VOTE & SUPPORT
water drips only on your fore scads of Call treeters enjoying 15c
WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED head while we'll be water-logged this truly breathtaking spectacle After a month's rehearsal, the

(Pit. Pol. Adv.) all over unless the sun comes out Among those spotted! were show opened Friday night, Feb. '
for a few hours some day soon Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Thomas and 27, in the Hampton School auditorium 15c

.. daughter?_A.lma. Seleta Thomas, ( where a record crowd of SyrupFRIDAY
Hazel Slmm na, Bob Turner, Janet over 400 Jammed even the stand-

Harry Lappe doesn't' like all Anderson, Ann Wilt, A. W. An Ing room, windows and doors. The & SATURDAY -l\IARCII12 & 13
Here la An EASTER SPECIAL this wetness, either Hear that I derson, the Tom Slades an' chll- second performance was held the

he and his brother ran into a ,fun, ,Red an' Irma Buford, John following Thursday night in' the FNo. 2 Can:
submerged segment of an' Henry Starke USO building, where attendance
YOUR NAME put on a large chocolate- country Godwin and mother,
road on their way out to a Lions Mrs. W. F., Gene an' Hazel Mat was approximately 300. Tomatoes 2for25c
covered EASTER EGG, cream center, Club fish supper Wednesday nightof thews and Mrs. W. E. Middleton During intermission county political ,

FREE. Price of Egg $1.00 last week Seems that There were a few Jacksonville candidates were Introducedto
they: had gotten off on an unused people there, too the audience and permitted two Market ,
'
f ;f!. road and what they actually ran minute speeches by the Mistress [PEAS xzeIPe'hwa,25c;
,
'''.L r+ I f. Into was a newly formed "lake", Hear that Ruby Johns gave son, of Ceremonies, Mrs. Gerald Ad-
L. M. Gaines, a surprise birthday kins. Another intermission specialwas
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supper Thursday night of last a demonatratlon of skillful .Swiffs Shortening
Jf week, and all the surprises weren't baton twirling by Miss Helen Adkins. -

.. J .. I for L. M. Seems the guests 4 Ibs. JEWEL $1.2$
.
ppaRK Excellent
., were all there at 6:45: while L. musical accompaniment ,
f r ) | M. was late getting away from for the performance was .
i I a '. school and 'didn't arrive home until provided by the Florida Trouba "33" Heart's DelightBLEACH

.. two hours later Bet every- dory, a ,group featured over radio Bartlett Pears
Sun Mon. March 14 IS station WGGG
Gainesville.The .
one was powerful
hungry
by then!
)! ry MIRACLEOn News comes from the U. ofF eleven members of the cast lOc Qt. 39c
that Andy Adkins has been all blackface,, were Mrs. Gerald -
pledged by Delta Theta Adkins. Mrs. Lester Slade Mrs.
r 't 34th Street legal fraternity Phi. Congratulations national Edith Parker Mrs. Jessie Wright SUPER; SUDS 33c

Maureen O'Hara. Juhn Hear that Joe Mrs. Nannie Watterson Mrs. Ger
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Payne and LaVerne lIembree will oc trude Slade Mrs. Edna Prevatt,
I i'r i- March of Time & News!' the Mrs. Hazel Thomas, Mrs. Eunice Dixie Crystal Shaver's
...... ., cupy Guy home when Fredan'
.
- Wilson, Mrs. Alma
Hazel move to Gainesville{. \ In Saxon and GAR Blackeye Peas
Tues. ONLY March 18 Mrs. Doris I
Hicks all
the near future members of
the Hampton PTA. For tht wed 5 Ibs. 40c lOc Cant
Frolics On Ice
/ News flesh comes that the little ding sequence,' four Juvenile per -

Irene Dare, Lynn Roberts Jalopy belonging to Lewis Haines formers, Louise Adkins, Doris I
/' Parker, C. W. Slade and Octagon Soap 2S
+ Edgar Kennedy! was stolen from the A & P parking Langford [ Size
Hicks, were added to the cast.
lot last week, but
'
Short Jfc, News seems! that
- ..... ..... -.-- .. police found !It abandoned in the The show received many com
r ,,,....1. Thu..,.. March 17 18 woods it had given out of gas pliments. Mellow Bartlett Big Stalks

DOUBLE FEATURE (from force of habit) .' Hear Pears ea. 5c I Celery lOc
that Bess Burns will again emerge Beta Club Taps -

Canyon PassageDana into the business world as the ,20 New MembersThe | Canadian No. 1'Potatoes
operator of a cosmetic "bar" !in

See our special-packed Easter Baskets filled with an Andrews, Brian Donlevy the Ruby Johns shop Glad BUS Chapter of the Beta '
assortment of small and ]large eggs some chocolate: to see that Clara and Ressie Col- Club often called the "Phi Beta xo: l* .. 45 ,

coated, at Youth Aflame son are enjoying comforts of their Kappa of the high schools," has -
new home on West Madison tapped 20 new members from the Fla. Green
59c
to 1.98 eraBp1'CABBAGE
Daring Expmte of Street Methinks that &azaleas junior and senior closes The

Juvenile Delinquency dogwood and redbud have never local chapter, which is a member I LETTUCE
A large assortment of Easter Cards Grass, Empty Also News been
.. prettier or bloomed more I of a national organization, la 21b.. 5c lOc
Baskets etc. -- ... .. ..... profusely In fair ea.
our
i IirLSat.. city than' a non secret group open to any -
DOUBLE- FEATURE Match: 19.20 now Too bad. the rain has hjgh school student who maintains } Streak-Q-Lean
kept us from getting out and I a high scholastic average.

KOCHDrug Wild enjoying their beauty Just as it The new members pf the Beta WHITE BACON. *
Beauty was at I Ib 39!
Its .
iI' height 4 Bat such Club underwent a week of initiations
) U life .
,' in which they had to fulfill
Don Porter Lois CQIIIC'rWestern "11 on'. Laurel
Fresh
different
some mission each CneameryCottage;
i : Store I So long See ;you in the nextcarolyn. day. The Club is now raising Sliced.BACON Cheese
1 # Gold funds by selUng- refreshments atVAREZ' I
55c Ib.
"f.I' ., With Smith Ballet .I 21c lb.
'" Reliable. Prescription Service at Moderate Prices Also Fool I RDD aa" -

.. ;'hi 6 'Two Registered' and Graduated Chap 11 -.-& Jugfe" I STORE lien's Clothing J Made 60CBRADFORD

J Pharmacists In Our Prescriayn Department 6' Established 1804 I SAUSAGE lb. J

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' let LOCAL NEWS Col. and Mrs. O. J. Griffin of' Mrs. W J. Churchwell is visiting ---- t I \

at mye lf0 of St. Augustine were guests MOn.. her daughter. :Mrs. T. W. Car- Funeral Monday I II II II

> tilt day morning of his sister, Mrs: ruthers In Miami. For Mrs. Ward I

Latti I.s Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Ethel Biggs. I II Just received small amount of I
Jr. who Kemp Resident Of GrahamMrs. flLr'J-Tt L4Sunday !
inwrlght Mills Jr.. last
the daughter June of Oviedo were I Oyren spent week. Mojud !late, new spring shade, I I
In
ch, treatment Lake end In St. Augustine where he at the Smart Shoppe.
Hospital, visiting friends in Starke last Annie E. Ward. 78. died
'
; visited his father H. K. Mills
? weekend. Fred Guy left Saturday for Atlantic Saturday. March 8.
at the home
home. & March 14-15
tGSte1ne d at his Mrs. R. B. Trask of Lakeland Monday -
Ba.tr City where he is attendingthe of her daughter Mrs Ida
returned Little boys' Easter Suit. Is Jones,
Traxler visiting her mother Mrs. W. H. In CASS TIMBERLANE
International
after spending Hats and Shoes at STUMP'S.Mrs. Coca.Colacon. Graham.
MMola Perkins, and her slater Mrs. EarlB.
HaEf &j the guest of IW.B Junius Smith and Mrs. Searing. vention this week. Mrs. Ward was born In Georgetown Spencer Tracy, Lana Turner Zachary Scott

Middleton. W. J. Epperson Jr., attended the Just reoct"lveci: New shipment of Mr. and Mrs. George Merkel of S. C., Aug. 9, 1859 and

tat i tL Miles of O.M.C. In all-day Regional PTA meeting adieu' Dresses for Eavteii at the Philadelphia Pa., have been guestsof moved to Alachua County, near Tues. Wed.. _. Thurs. March 16. 17 18
Ga was a guest held Wednesday of last week ia Smart Shoppe.Mr. Rev and Mr. W. J, Church- Waldo In her early girlhood

day trough Mondayhis Jacksonville at the Roosevelt and Mrs. Sale well for the past week. days. She was married on Jan. THAT HAGEN GIRL
Guy moved
parents, Mr. and Hotel. last Saturday to their Klngsley TJ.. B._ Silcox who has been 28. 1892 to Derrick Altman who Shirley Temple Ronald Regan Dorothy Peterson

lilies. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and Lake Home for the Summer. Mr. stationed with the 120th Station died Jan. 11, 1903,' leaving her
Sprl*T Shoe Hospital in with a family of three small children
of Bayreuth
our son Jimmy Tampa Germany
see young epeatlast and Mrs., Charles Oakes have .
Fri. Sat. March 19 20 Double Feature
Smart Shoppe. for the two After the death of Mr. Alt- -
at the weekend as guest of their moved Into the Sales' home paat years, returned
on
81Hn :. p. Clark of Mon parents Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Burden Madison Street. home recently on emergency leave man she was married to Henry BELLS OF SAN ANGELO

"> CUt| a guest last Fridayof ; Mr. and :Mrs. J. D. Doyle because of the illness"ot his Ward on Aug. 8, 1900 and to this
D.L&, and Mrs. spent Walter union were born two children. With Roy Rogers
Senator Sheriff and :Mrs. A. O. Andjeuand last Sunday in Green Cove father Silcox. His wife
Springs
ten 4 i : Johns. Miss Hannah Swindell returned where they were guests of Mr. a native Amsterdam, Holland Surviving Mrs. Ward are all And FEAR IN THE NIGHTWith

Uae b, 1 line of Children's Sunday from a visit at and Mr*. Paul Allen. whom he married overseas on Oct. five children: Henry Altman and

trey vl101r reuses. Hats a a drUMP'S. several days with relatives Mr. and Mrs. ,J.utrtllJ Robeson 6, arrived here last week and Mrs. Eva Strickland of Nichols; Paul Kelly,

!a In Stuart. West Va. they expect to remain in the Mrs. Ida Jones and John Wardof
.Charleston. who have
Mrs. T J. Griffin re- I Mr. John Chrlstiaasen' has re- been spending a month's vacation States. Graham, and Mrs. Florrie McKinney RITZ Open Every Day Except' Monday

Uon.u ay after spending twig'turned after enjoying a two visiting points of Interest In Flor- Simplicity Patterns in stockat of Gainesville; 14 grandchildren -

t pAi cksonvllle with their 'weeks' visit with her daughters, ida, arrived Friday at the home STUMP'S. and 13 great grandchildren. Weekdays starting$ at 3:30 P. M.

and daughter Dr. and Mrs. Lillian Keating and Mrs of Mrs. R. S. Fernandez whose Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney Sat. & Sun. starting at 1:00 P. II.A .

lendoza. ,Beatrice Jenks in New Orleans. apartment they will occupy for had as weekend guests Mrs. Me- She was a faithful and devoted ___,_ _._ __,.eS.e,......r S._

i several days before returning to Kinney'a aunt Mrs. J. D. Hazenof member of the Graham Christian

their home In Charleston, where I Sarasota her niece Miss Church. Her life was by no

len fry Branch of Mr. Robeson is a prominent Insurance ; Myrtle Hazen of Lake City and means all sunshine. She had
man. : brother, I. H. Hazen of Jackson known a lot of sadness and hardships SAPP'SSTORE

INSURANCE Mr. and Mrs A. C. Durden returned ville. They also visited at the but she always seemed

last week after enjoyinga home of L. O. Hazen.: happy and contented. with whatever -

p visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mrs. Maude Mott, Leon Dryden, joys or sorrows that came to
her. 600 EAST 10TII STREET
Hoppe and son In Tampa. and Mr. and Mrs. James H. McCarthy

e lT Choose your 'Easter Dress attended "Holiday on Ice" Funeral services were held at

C. WALL AGENCY from the beautiful selectionat in Jacksonville Saturday night. the Graham Christian Church at .

I ;, STUMP'S. Mrs. Charles Peleav and Mrs. 11 a. m. March 8, with Rev. Fred

OOdl'E I PLEASE PHONE 146 Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robb and Leo Paralto and little son, Leo, Dodd officiating, assisted by Rev.

children who recently moved: Jr., all of Ashvllle N. C., were W. C. Burton. Interment was in

i Constant Service Over 50 YearsLASSIFIED_ their residence from< Columbia S. guests last week of Mr. and Mrs. tho Santa Fe Cemetery with arrangements -

C., to Hastings enjoyed a' visit P. M. Barefoot. in charge of Key- I

last weekend with Mrs. 'Robb'smother ,Ladies Easter Coat at McCabe Funeral Home Jackson-

Mrs. Fay Gill at her STUMP'S.Mr. ville.Active
Kingsley Lake home. and Mrs. E. U. Charbon- pallbearers were Lonnie SPECIALS FlU. SAT. MARCH 12. 13

Mrs. G. L. Thomas and 1\rs'i neau and Mrs C. F. Ward ,were telton, Glenn Thomas Gene Melon

P. E. Stone, both of Archer were' business visitors to Gainesville Wade Hicks, Albert Thomas, CIIINITO BABY

i overnight guests Tuesday of Mrs. Tuesday.Mr. and Theodore Melton. LONG RAINRICE
w-I room apt. I* O. FOR SALE-18 ft. Marine plywood Stone's brother-in-law (land sis and Mrs. F. F. Stump haveas LIMA
lay, 224 ,
Thompnoa St. i boat, suitable for outboard character traits
good can
Itp or oare. Carries 4. comfortably.aioter ter Mr. and Mrs. .. M. Davis guests their nephew and niece Many

H A-I condition.' Price reasonable.Laken Boy's white and Blacer suit Mr. and Mrs. Quentin T. Brown, be learned through; club work. The

| IN:- SETTLEMENT The former Hum-OFt Butler U or Lavender.Inquire Merrltfe Rt. a. for Easter at the 8nart! Shoppe. of Winston Salem, N. C., who clubs are Interacted in gainingnew BEANS

iirlnt Horn and Lot at Urocery highway. on Starke-Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs. Jon. E.. Wilson arrived Thursday after touring members and In helping their
,last Interaction of Call it. had their last weekendhis South Florida for week.
a They
as guest best 31bSe61c
uduay Streets; also community to be one of the
|il I Lot fronting on Broad- WANTED to get In touch with the sister Mrs. Lee MacDonellof plan to enjoy a few days visit 2lbs.3lc
11p et anti extending to Ford man who Glen 6-pas8enr Jacksonville.Elder .. before returning to their home. in the county. Please help them
coupe at '.
[Street on the Went; al. ? Mary la8t
nold Furniture In Hulld July.! Phone collect J. H. Townsend Dhn Harrell Pastor of Mrs. Simeon Phillips and Miss with your support and Interest. Swift's

or. portion purchased of this for propbe a- Olen St. Mary. Fla. Itp the Primitive Baptist Church in Sara Barefoot made a business Phillip'K

.. cash price. If In. FOR SALE-One 12-foot plywood Plant City was a guest Saturdayof trip to Jacksonville Tuesday aft SMOKEDSAUSAGE
I boat, cheap for cash. Dtr.IClousr
contact A. J. Thomas R. c.
Buford at Fire Mr. and Mrs. A. B. McKinney. ernoon. .
I Starke, Fla. 4t 4-2 :Station Starke. TOM WATSON
Itp Rhoads and Paige Easter Beautiful yard goods at

CAR wo have a a.w FOR RENT-The Powder Bx. 1 Millinery on display at STUMP'S. PEAS
I auto radio! Immediate blk. from p.o., living: room, bed STUMP'S.Mr. .
room, kitchenette
A. Iowa.
Q. 84a.60.RD bath.o'urnl..h
N RADIO 8KRVICH.: .*a. J. T. Quigley. n- and Mrs. Thomas F. Colson Heilbronn HomeDemonstration
Madison< street, Starke. FOR and son Linwood left Sunday for 31c Ib. No. 2 Can
RENT
toR 3 furnished beuses.
conveniently located. Both have Oxford N. C., where they are

FARM CITY AND O.gas 1M stoves Haynes for, 301 cooking.Bo. Water_ Mrs St. enjoying a weeks' visit with their Club Has MeetingThe lOc ea.
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. ,
PROPERTY tf
Real Good
NEW Hayes. Mrs. Evelyn Brantley accompanied Heilbronn Home Demonstration .
-- RKMINQTON I'0 R TAn L Et.rlttor.BradtoPdTc.um". them to Oxford.:wher* Club met Wednesday HOME MADE Large$ YardSYRUP'

Tel'rrfaph.. tf she Is a guest of her brother-in. afternoon at the school for the
SELLS: REAL
Be-Ur KStATBaavertleer; FRAMES MADE! to order ,, oto- law and sister Mr. and Mrs. regular monthly business meetIng -

eerof .( a..e.r.perer. B-raphs, Certificate. License.? etc. Robert Hayes. Following a weeks' with Mrs. Helen Sapp, president EGGS
|. 11 u aaa. ever Large election of mouldlag to visit, Mrs. Brantley plans to join y
of Homes -Farm*- choose from. All work guaranteed providing. ir lpA
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rrra. from all ear tau HOUUYWOOD CAMERA& GIFT her husband at Tri-State CollegeIn The work of the club was planned
open llstlar. SHOP. tf Angola Ind., where he U a for several months In advance 1.50 gal. 50c doz.

PUT REALTY AGENCY FOR RENT Attractive m.d rn student of Civil Engineering. i and the following officers :
"" ted Locally By'BOLLINOSWORTN furnished and unfurnished apart ..
Close in.desirableconveniences.. All popular shades Nylon i and committees were appointed: ,4
| SWl'T'SCAREY'S
Mrs. Pearl
Hose at STUMP'S. Vice-president ,
So. Walnut SRLITTRESSES Rents very reasonable. 201 W. .
Madison Starke. tf Mr. Frank Dunhlmer accompanied Norman. I 4 FLAT CHUCKSALT

by his sister Miss Mar Home production of food -
Been waiting to get a first line I
electric refrigerator or taMe-top garet Durshimer, were visiting Mrs. Esta Starling.

F ALL KINDS stock tor Immediate heater? We delivery.have them In their brother in a Jacksonville Food nutrition Mrs. Mildred STEAK

RENOVATEDFURNITURE u> today. Call Hospital Saturday. Saw, Mrs. Roberta Sapp.
Foley Lumber rompaay Mrs. W. J. EpperBon. Jr., and Conservation of food Mrs. Your NextGOVERNOR

SOth&Jarkwtavlllv.. Main Street Fla. children, Sally Ann and Mary Iris Crosby Mrs. Louise Crosby. 3 pkgs. lOc 45c'lb.Ve

I Phone 6-IMI43 ". Sue spent last Friday and Saturday I I Clothing and textile) Mrs. .
I at 3-U
in Jacksonville where they Pearl Norman.

j( STRAYEEV-Two cows and one 2.yearold were guests of Mrs. Epperson's House and furnishings Mrs. Vote for this man May 4 greatly Appreciate the Patronage each of

I I 1-year-old white-face white-face heifer maJe calf one; parents Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rich- Lola Cox.Health. (ad l. paid for by frlrnilM' of

r one butt-head cow brown color; ard. :Mrs. Mattie Ellis. Tom Watson) sur customers has given us.

:UPHOLSTERED one dark long blue horn cow 15 part reward Brahma'with each Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley Crafts and marketing of home

D If penned and notify W. R. Cook were In Leesburg attending to products Mrs. Muriel Norman
REFINISHED Starke, Fla. 1-13
2tp
business :Monday. Miss Rosa Moore.Recreation .
rop Us A Card .
FOR RENT) Attractive 5-room and Little girls' Dretlllelf, panb-J color Mrs. Louise Nor-
-\G9 MATTRESS CO. bath furnished. apt. New Serve ENJOY LIVING
Smart GET READY N-O-W TO OUTDOOR
!3i) Paiatka, Fla. refrigerator, Magic! Chef gas *, for Easter, at the man.
stove and gun heater. 2il W. Shoppe.Mrs. The club has planned'a day for .
& MadUon. tf E. C. Carter of Avon Park planting flowers on the school TillS SPRING AND SUMMER
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p write liability line: FOR RENT-t apartments, farnliihed. visiting her
omoblle, an* .- was here last Friday grounds.
p J"or! your Insurance private',bathe|40 ; one with e1.'. grandmother Mrs. W. H. Perkins. After the business" meeting, the
mo. with
; one
WalnwrlBht.. Jr., 12' FOR PORCH AND YARD
St., Phone U'.. tf ed.Ice Well box (33 located.mo. Utilities See Jo*.furnish K. WIlSon Sgt. Billy Miles returned Mon. time was spent In etching alumi- METAL FURNITURE

H. C. Wall Atrencr. St 8-11 day to Georgia Military Collegein num trays. Later In the afternoon
OR SALE Mllledgeville Ga., after spend refreshments were nerved. GLIDERS: rY M l" "
BART SITTER; ; Will take of
children by day or hour at care your ing several days here with his Boys and girls of Heilbronn CHAIRS t t' "
GLIDER
3-BEDROOM:
'ts' of Stark.., lust residence com- home. White n"aponable; high rates.school crndunte. parents Mr. and Mrs...E. F. Miles. School are interested in the 4-H t / '1- i '.-i t '
Call .
,neap for half cash. Starka 3$. "Star Brand" work shoes Club work Miss Whlgham and SETTEES nqf .r.iSt, t '

1 north bUilding of BlandlngCen with concrete- RADIO* staid mud and l 'water at ,'Mr. McClane meet with them Odd & Matching' :: w-- n, V--

1 l''Ie at cost.T Drastically reduced Table and STUMP'S. every two weeks. The boys are METAL CHAIRS .
;' and Concrete Block console models, trade-ins. accepted. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bell of getting their club organized quite 4Gr ,, ;macs ---
"PUI See UK before you buy -
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price I"'
-i ItS, halt glass,ow"-1..xS.S.. Foley: Lumber Comp..." Elgin 111., and Mrs. Charles satisfactorily. Some of the pro- t
sea* Main Street of St. Charles R1.I corn and poul FORM FITTING + ,
ME ........0..111.. Via. McCornack jects are pepper V'a"
{'I. Concrete Cement. Olana Block. Phone B-4MM3 will arrive next Thursday to Steel SLATH & HACK '
( Pipe, try.The
uae Piers Mortar Stepping Mia, at 1-11 the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John girls have finished their t'kv4+: 4
|lows yt
WANTED-Middle-seed white lad- I first year's work in sewing and
clc haullna. Fill dirt for.OTS to live In several .
our home and assist are now entering other projects. Tubular f ranwn fabricated
with housekeeping See Mrs. R.
high In city limits of K. Munilorff. Temple and Lake -_. of special, large Mgh-
1 1I 130 ground, 1100 up.type Service Station or phone 1711< 4
per mo. It carbon steel ,'
7
of building con- I
FOR SALE-Practically new National
1'cH\ Oalvanlied Pipe. cash register See Robert- i Let Us Retain The -
.U.IO per yard I" Rosier 121 W. Call Sty Starka. Special baked enamel
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1\ Itp;
D E-XfilMEERIWa CO. Weatherproof Finish -
Kdwarae FAMILY WANTED to pick straw-'
Phoae M rles. Will furnish house, free look Capable of being washed Leatherette GLIDERS I
rent. Please Inquire for Eraest New
IVY* MACU1xEs Oarrett, Rt. 1, Box ISA, Starka. In warm water Covered
F'a.'
rn. t5. new automatic or Itp
washing machine -
that
'.7=ell waiting for price" HURRY: WANTED New" born guilt In sad HEAVY 3 AIU CUSHIONS
and baby. Special reference large
up. W. guaranteed.
trl. a
"le In allowance Will pay hospital bill.I OF YOUR CAR'S
,. Call on your Phone Jacksonville 3-84(4 or small sizes for large Htr.Hie QtX tn
I......: ce.q gMT
write Eunice POT Rt*. B. Box
.IS' *' M... UPHOLSTERYFOR'YEARS mad mil porcheaTHE .
glreel 3HAA. Jacksonville Fla. 4t 4-3 I II Spring lssC 9 AiiaorteL
e1'kba.llle.
Fla. .
"'..e I-elWII FOR RP.NT-a-room apt. Electric I NICEST METAL
It ...12Y Ice box, gas heat and gas stove.Mrs. I <>n..tructl : H. R. Johns Sr., 103 WashInvton FURNITURE BUILT

a for complete I'flu.el'line, BhakeeUrnn of re- St. It 1 I And Now Priced At ABARGAIN
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Sun-Fast Plastic -----
Durable Neu -----
I Alllo ; and Ocean City FOR SALES-Lurse electric fan, p..r.f..ct ,---- -

r- I>.r kIEUr v BToa-! rods and It| chair:condition other furniture.: beautiful Also anMque setencyclopedia. Fibres And Leathers

CRIER t : PuppiEs for aal.. and junior classics.Harvard Ilk.classics. new., I I Use Your Credit E-Z TermsIT'S

Ia.OidMr.. 1. F. Chap- Reasonable. Mrs. A. J. Lutey, ,
Farm. R.Ilnrd.2ta In Mrs. Sauls' apt., <14% apt., SEE
I-It East tk fit. It BETTER AT
A FACT YOU CAN DO
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."..".."1. _. w.. peer LOST-Man'' Elgin wrist watch
.... w/hbi t. week.welt. wild half-leather band between

-. K. Jaek.o..Ills-. R..e.hlnJa.kJsuraa4 .ria.It1D ._ 'paper.Carpenters for and return Q.l.to Uv this A OavU.Reward news-. Itp. CHAS C. SHEPHERDCOURT Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE .


!,!:A1'8 WANTED" TO HB1.I--1.'T Chevrolet AND ,MADISON STREETS 151 STARKE, FLA.
Mar. Own.reunable sedan, mechanically perfect
if i good tlresw Clean ".r. |5110.
inl.rest.d pho. 46. Phone .tS or writ Boa,28. 8&akii .
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PACE BIX DKADFOttD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKB, FLORIDA FRIDAY,
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w parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Clark. I. Mr. E. F. Redding.Mr. J. D. Overstreet. Others from I we'll see them out very,aoon. CARD OF M

Robert Norman of Jacksonville! and Mrs VV. H. Williams our neighborhood would have We have enough water in our We wish to TlL1Sh1
Risingy was the weekend guest of. his State:; ; Farm and Miss Betty Williams visited gone had it ndt been for the in- fields and woods to divide with felt thanks e"press our
mother. Mrs. Maggie Norman.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley andMr. clement weather and sickness. and appre.t,
Mrs. Edward Norman By Mrs Bryan Whittle any who may need, it. our many *
Mre. Woodrow Thomasof friends
y and and Mrs. W. C. Perry in who royally who
Brooker were guests Sundayof Jacksonville Sunday.Mr treated Those by .the went good were folks of In spite of rain most of our and generously assist! ,*'D *

I1. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jones of Mr. and Mrs. E. Lewis. BRIDGE CLUB MEETING and Mrs. J, I. Thlgpen! and Heilbronn and Union Churches. farmers have succeeded In mulch- Ing the long illness dl''
Ft. Pierce are visiting Mrs. Jones'; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones had Mrs. L. F. Chapman was host- their son. Kenneth of Hinson Brotherly love was assuredly "In Ing their berries and quite a bit our beloved mother, Y \
h I; 21h '" parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Clark., as their guests Sunday Mr. Jones' ess at last week's meeting of the were Sunday visitors of Mr. and the air" and everybody enjoyed .I of land) has been broken. Ward. May God bless $] .
Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Byrd of, mother Mrs Lottie Jones and State Farm Bridge Club enter- Mrs. J. W. Woodward. everything. That day will alwaysbe The latest arrivals In our com or
i(;::. Jacksonville are making their, his brother-in-law and relater, M '. taining at her home Thursday Wednesday supper guests of a "red letter" one In our munity are the Dewey Harvey The fa i f
'y' and Mrs. Earnest Russ and fam- Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
home for a while with Mrs. Byrd's, afternoon. Lovely arrangementsof Stringfellowwere memories. family. The last to leave us for
ily, and Miss Viola Jones, all of
camellias azaleas pear blossoms Mr. and Mrs. Bill Chapmanand
"' Brooker, and Mrs Jeannette Jones Mrs. Dewey Harvey and Mrs. Ft. Pierce are Mr., and Mrs. Jason
and yellow Jasmine addedto Corp. :Johnnie Long of Jacksonville
t Wlcm Relief for Heater Sapp have been very sick, COLD
and children of Rising.Mr. the beauty of the spacious living Beach. Milliard. Success and happiness
but able to sit and talk
BACKACHE PAINS and Mrs. J. E. Cannon of room on this occasion. Prize Mr. and Mra. W. H. Morgan to their are friends. up folks, In your new homes. LIQUID MEDICINE IS
Palatka were visiting Herbert E. winners were Mrs. :J. R. Kite for had as their guests Sunday Mr. Son Rosier Is better and we Get .It*_<.... whet. of Cold
IN to MiMiittr Slrab,..li fi., Norman Sunday. top score Mrs P. D. Fancher and Mrs. C. O. Morgan and chil- We hear that Mrs. Carl Hil- sincerely hope will soon be him- HM.bfgirt wIIMS tiled Cold'-101..1".........
lumkiceJiiiMiUMlUlT Miss Dorothy White and Miss second high, and Mrs. M. E. Gri- dren of Glen St. Mary. Hard and Mrs. Russell Redding are LIQUID

rob nfrwhlnf, ttflil.Nnl-f.... ..MUK Margaret Norman of Gainesvillewere ner for bingo. To Mrs. H. J. During the paat week Mrs. :J. not at all well. Here's wishing self again. 666 c:..._'U"lali u.. .
_. Inmnilf." tchln' .t.rtKr their "" _
tpoi. fnuKtn visiting grandmother Kucera guest player Mrs. Chapman E. Wilson and Mrs. Edward Burnsof -
.l.. lh pin' OM UM NEURA.
... 'Ion(.|, A Mrs. Maggie Norman, Wednesdayof nrosented Yarcllev's soap. A Starke were visitors of Mr. and
Ik*a1wtkeol Kv4u M..adIpalA,0 last week. chicken- salad course -was servedat Mrs. W. O. Stringfellow. Jane Parker

;.; _..", ....- the end of the games. I II Mrs. :J. M. Gilchrist of Chatta- FRESH 'Bakery
L I hoochee is the guest of Mr. and Items

4': From where I sit,...// Joe MarsliBen's SHOWER Mrs. W A. Kirkland and Mra.I' Mra. P. D. Fancher Jr. 11 5 DELICIOUS i ---HOMESTYLE' _' __ =

Louis Tyre complimented Mrs. M. BREAD
shower DONUTS 1 1-2 lb. loaf . |]
W. Barton with a stork at ,lgt
the home of the former( Tuesday
Bride afternoon of last week. Spring EvergreenBy Plain I 'I Sugared. SOUR RYE BREAD T 1&

flowers were arranged in the
j Gets Chickenhearted rooms used as the setting for the Mra. ;J. D. O.verstreet COCONUT

,----- cartv. In an appropriate contest i -- -. .- -. .- . I 17c 1 18 C SILVER BAR CAKE ask
r .. Mrs.: C. D. Sellers was! prize winner. Several of our people attendedthe
Ben Ryder mighty proud of with /iia
wi
peculiarities he guessed Those invited to share this
dedication services of the 1 lb.Sultana.
Ms young bride when she offered to I'1 he could put with her fondnessfor 24SQUARE
up
courtesy were close friends of the new Baptist Church at Heilbronn Peanut Butter 29c
care for his new flock of baby the chickens.So S9cl|
honoree and their lovely gifts at- last Sunday. The group includedC.
chicks."JiMt like mother with
a her now Ben has the nicest broodof tested her popularity. Refresh- C. Crawford, Mrs. Quincy Z. Jane Parker Dessert
brood he boast laying hens in town and from ments consisted of dainty cakes Rosier, with four of her children, Macaromnn 3 f for 25 LAYER CAKE 29ci|
Then came market time for fry where I sit, one of the most suc- with iced drinks. Mr. and Mrs. :J. Philip Sullivan Page
ers-and the crisis! Sue simply cessful marriages too.All because and daughter Jean Leon Brewer, ORANGE COCONUT
wouldn't let Ben near her chickens he "Uved-and-let-lIve"-literaUy. BIRTHDAY PARTY Stanley (Dickie) Crawford. Char- Ann TWIST. 3*
Mrs. G. E. Crews honored her Pork & Beans Page25c
with an axe. She'd raised them as And whenever he wants fried lie Cask Ins!, and Mr. and Mrs., 2 1-lb. :
daughter, Carolyn, with a birth-
babes she'd named them chicken he takes his bride over to
day party at their home Thursday
they were her very own I Andy's Garden Tavern for a crisp afternoon March 4. Wild- Ann Page Preserves II 1 "lb. 23cOXYDOLlge.ea. CANDY

Ben poured himself a glass of wing and a glass of been azaleas were used effectively In Pure Peach ,

.beer,to think: things over sensibly. decorating for this event. ,In the
Be hated to lone the price en fryers .bk dining room the lace covered BRACH'S LIBERTY
..bat he figured Sue had put up table was centered with the tradi- 35c MIX CANDY, lb. 3lcl|

la, tional cake which held 11 tiny
pink candles. Places were marked Brach's Peppermint

,I. Copyright,1948, United Swiss Brewers Foundation by little Easter bun fish; h RINSO I Ige. ea. 35c PUFFS, lb. 33tllBRACH'S
I.I I also served as favors. Prizes in ,

.... ... ,, I contests In which Carolyn Brad'
.""" ley and Stephen Vaughn of New Large
'" River 'were lucky further carried 1 I Ivory Soap Bar 18c NUT GOODIES lb. ax

out this seasonal motif. Unique .",. Brach's Kentucky

tT h p% L.much fortune Lazenby merriment.telling of New by River Assisted Mrs.afforded Jessie by Lux Soap 2 Bars Mod. 19c MINTS, lb. Full- -l\lilk- 39tBrach's |


Mrs. O. B.
Thompson and Mrs.
., John Crews of Lake Butler, the rn Palmolive VANILLA CARAMELS lb. tic

hostess served punch and individual :rwotect-v01U": : ); 2 filed. Bars Soap I 19c M &M Candy Coated
cakes to the of
group boy
CHOCOLATE, 7 oz. 33c|

celebration home, with enough D exo 3 Shortening lb. can 1 1.13 I Worthmore Chocolate ,

in taking tional guests Included Sonny En- CREAM DROPS. lb. 33c
-r, Pi Lu1D"ance
gram Betty Williams, Mary Rivers e. ,
Stubbins and Jane Brandt of Sophie Mae' Sugared
Waldorf
yaw. ;,,..",.., care of Starke Johnny and Joe Lazenbyand Charley E. Johns Tissue, ea. 7 C TOASTED PEANUTS, lb. 21c
Emily Vaughn of New River,

::. -your clothesHigh Nancy and Barbara Bates John Agency.
.
co ..,..:; ;'t _' rr Alan Crews of Lake Butler, Phone .IS -", '8TAKKJE.- FLA. ,Bright
oti:"" Becky Sue Thompson Kenneth Sail BLEACH ,
.- Tyus, Ripper Murray, Ovleda and

priced wearing apparel is still LoEdith Griff, Joyce Davis and .J-.

with us. That's why it's wise and Patricia VViUard. .' ....... Half Gallon 20c
sensible to preserve your precious
O DINNER PARTYMr.
RpTM ntlna THIS
TRAVELERS Hartford
wardrobe. Expert dry cleaning gives and Mrs. R. P., McLendonwere IONA FLOUR S. R. '
i your suits and coats that brand new hosts at a dinner party at 25 lbs. - 1.70 & .VEGETABLES r ..

look as well as longer life becauseof I. their home Friday evening. The ,
.. our appearance-reviving use-pro centerpiece of the handsomely appointed v IONA PEACHES '" "n .f
longing technique. To get double table was a low bowl of No. Washington
2 1-2
can - 25c APPLES 3 lbs. 29c|
.J' duty from your clothes put your calendula and yellow jasmine. On Wine Sap -
clothing in our hands. the table too were tall yellow GREYHOUNDFARES I ""

tapers In'crystal holders. Those IONA SLICED BEETS Grapefruit :::yt 6 for 23c
enjoying the hospitality of Mr. ARE 2 No. .2 cans 23c" ,... 54's
PHONE 135 and Mrs. McLendon were Dr. and
Mrs. R. P. Stubbins and their ORANGES Valencias Very Lg.
ROBT. Temple daughter, Mary Rivers, and Mr. / IONA 0# -
/
GREEN and Mrs. J. R. Kite of Starke, Mr. 2 No. 2 cans PEAS-- 23c (Loose) 126's '. 2Sc per doz.

: 315 and Mrs. W. N, North, Mr. and THAN IN THE '

Owner Ave. Mrs. J. H. Moncrief and Mr. and IONA CUT GREEN BEANS POTATOES New Fla. U.:S. No. 1 i

Mrs. L. A. Shepherd. "GOOD OLD DAYS' 2 No. 2 cans 25c Red. Bliss (Washed) 5 Ibs. 29c(

BARTON BABY ... .. I .-
STARKE, FLA. Mr. and Mrs. 1\(. W. Barton an- rn k
IN 1933 IONA TOMATOES Green BEANS Ibs. 29c
2
nounce the birth of a son In I Valentine. -
can.
No. 2 ..
15c or- .
,
,. Shadycrest Hospital. Starke, Mon- I "
".6 6.6'ltl' day March 8, 19-13. CELERY Parcel: 3 stalks 17c
48'a
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. 25c IONA GOLDEN CORN .. ..
Cope sympathize with them in the No. 2,can -. 17C '
Calif.
tan LUMBERMEN 'r tragic death of tho latter's father, CAULIFLOWER 29c

7 KInce Hlgglnbotham, who lost his BJ IONA TOMATO PUREE ,. Head
r n ESTATE OWNERS ( life when his home in Jacksno- I1N1933 10 1-2 oz. can Fresh
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8c
.t.G PASTUREMENWOOD vllle burned during the past week.J. CARROTS Bunch 2 for 15c

DEALERS PULPWOOD \ M. Bradley spent Saturday .... ,
OPERATORS f afternoon and Sunday with relatives - Calif
v LETTUCE
W--
i !, in Jacksonville - Ice Berg 60' 2 for 19c
F- ; Mrs. Emory JUnes and Mrs. C.

D. Sellers were In Lake City Fri-' FISH POULTRY:
-i
MEATS "-"- '-
day. ..,
Little Mary Carol Turney of -J... i 6 U
NUTLEYOleomargarine
Jacksonville has been the guestof sm'
her grandparents Mr.. and 1 I Premium CHUCK ROAST, lb. SSc
Mra C. },(. Turney this past week.A. ? Mlaerg
B. White spent last weekend tAaorrltit Southland's Shanklcxn Roll
iV4t vier with his family in Jacksonville.
Cella and 00 I PICNIC HAMS, lb. <
ONE MAN CAN Pill AND CUT UP TO 13 CORDS DAILY George Manassa Jr., 52c 33c lb.
of Jacksonville were
visitors of I
0t If their grandparents, Mr. and< Mra. II Meaty
UTWICK POWER W. O. Stringfellow, for several I Spare, RIBS, lb. 47c ,
t SAW days during the week.

This one man portable saw Is used to fell timbeV, -then with Miss Sara Crews of Jacksonville 30 Beg: NABISCOPremium, 12 lb. H'J
spent Wednesday with Mr. and 1-lb. SAUSAGES _
a simple adjustment the blade is turned 49c
to cut up fallen -- 1 1Sc J
'Fig Newtons -
logs. Easy and economical to operate! Increases production I Be .

Ideal for clearing weeds and underbrush.; Used every Quick To TreatBronchitis I Meaty NECK BONES, lb. 19c RITZ 1 lb. .

i where for poles, fence.posts, firewood, stumps, etc l Check today's low Greyhound Cho. SNAPS 2 for J>|

7Q411 "Dd4114t '11 .#s a/ ?lcasced' "D ealoS living fares against costs. Greyhound the drastic fares rise are-of I Kosher DILL Pickles, 2 for 5C Cho. MALLOMARS18c

: .!!! .TOOL Chronic bronchitis. mY develop It even lower tnan 15
.: CORPORATIONPNONIL.D.2s..titsNIWCA1TtlT..BRUNSWICK :JOUr cough chest cold.or acute branehW.s years ago.
Is not treated and you cannot GO GREYHOUND-SAVEI LAMB LEG lb. llr
O.A. afford to eacbance: : with&nymed1- 63c TRIO or OREO -_
cine less potent than 9teq dd rNt .?r'4. w ee.t. i
ti COMPLETE STOCK ARTS, SAWS & ENGINES the wj.S .To tfep Your y PORK ZU-ZU, 2. for 13t
:e CAPABLE AND EFFICIENT S&wsusi and Gowc:?r.s.rfier. ROAST, lb. -
CHAXTU *. 49c
< aid. nature to CUYHOUNOORITHOUNO ,...f-
,x "AFTER SALES" SERVICE BY giff< heal raw.,endertnamed .
mucous iMmbnmS. BUS STATION Pickle ,PIG FEET, lb.
Wallace Creo111ul&1on blends .
Equipment 23c
Inc.
beechwQod
t eJ'NSOte 1I.lIpecfal 'OOesswtth other TEMl'UE A\". STARKE FLA.PIIO Ilershey'sCho.

time tested -
DISTRIBUTOR It eontaIna DO medicines n¬lc! : .for coughs: 117 A&P FOOD Syrup
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STORE
Foot of West Adams No matter how mats medicine
St.
+kr: JACKSONVILLE Phone 43691 Sell you you haft a bottle U1ed. teD of your atew. Owned ABU O rated By The Great AtlaaUc A No. 10 can
FLORIDA &helQ.Jlltandt\ e YOU maa& .w; Ps>clfU.> Te-a Co.
like the
,It quIck17 a.D& .tile COUCb. 840-303 East Can St. 1.05

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Unions meet at 6:15: Sunday even- New Baptist ChurchAt Methodist ChurchRev. given at both Sunday services. H M. McHae Wednesday of last Rae. 1 i
Church News Ing. There are departments and Preparations are being made week Miss Nelma Taylor of Add i
classes for all ages. Heilbronn Shuler Pt'eleD.. D., Dis- for the observance of the 15thAnniversary Mrs. R. E. Taylor and little Ga., spent part of last week here
"". 'Young people of the church meet Dedicated SundayMembers trict Superintendent of the of the Tabernacleand daughter, Charlene, of Lake City I
friends and relatives.She
..qI Church each Monday afternoon at 3:15 Gainesville District. :Methodist Mission Hall work the early is spending this week with her visiting
list for program refreshments and : of the Heilbronn Church Florida Conference will part of April. parents, :Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Mc la a sister of Robert Taylor.

.,fes. Taxes' will be the secmessage moving pictures.All Baptist Church moved into their make an official visit here Sunday Charles Grcmmels has returnedto .
I in the current series youths and adults Interestedin new church building on Sunday. night March 14, at 7:30: o'clock. Park-of-the-Palms and will CONCRETE BLOCKS READY MIXED CONCRETE
I:1Ili: Messages from MiraclesIaster worshipping in any of these March 7. Many members of sister The Superintendent will hold the speak at the Tabernacle duringthe SASH DOORS PAINT IIARDW.REz.oc :
'arch being presentRev services; will find a warm and churches and other friends and Fourth Quarterly Conference receiving week at the regular services.
d ,e :\ Lewis now D. Haines pasat -,hearty welcome awaiting. well-wishers were there for the reports from all departments Those who have heard won't miss Most
Sunday morning ser- Mid-week service U heal Wed- .day's big program, a congregation of the Church. This has this opportunity and those who ANNIS I I
the First Baptist Church. nesday evening at 7:30: with the of between 400 and 600 people been one of the most outstandingyears have not will enjoy the unique f :::
the I
ta the pastor's pastor leading the study of the being present. The program In the history of the Church. messages of this business man
untlay evening Value of book of Ephesians was as follows: I The Young People's Choir will who Is so much In demand in To
"The HarC
will! be BUILDING SUPPLIES:
ge Request hymns and 10:00: A. M.r: Sunday school render special selections.The Christian work. Build INC.
". are lesson. morning service will be in To Get
congregation HEAR
M' aesof the Happy Hour at 7:30: 11:00: Recognition of all who charge of the pastor Rev. W ..J.I I St. Mark's EpiscopalSunday Repaln 103 -1048 W. Main St., South
M at the, Morse at the piano 'and The Baptist Hour had part in building of the Churchwell. This being the fifth Gainesville, Florida Items
I Or
Mrs Hammond con- church. Sunday in Lent the subject will Church School 10:00:
dlp Mann at the raaaataaa be "Plead My Cause", based on Holy Communion 11:00: Rv nod I PHONE 217 X18
11:15 Sermon by Rev. Q. E.
meets at 9:45 1 1J'j Cutshaw. the Gospel of John, 8:59: verse. Thursday- P. 0. Box 63
nday School The choir will present pre-Easter Holy Communion 7:30:
morning and Training i 12:15: Consecration service, music. Friday

.- Pastor and members. Church School at 10 a. m. and Lenten Services 7:30 VISIT OUR NEW RESTAURANTMEET
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12:30: Lunch. Young People meet at 6 p. m. for Bishop Juhan will bo here for AND EAT AT ROY'S
lARPENTCR'SPRESCRIPTION 1:30: Song and praise service. snack and recreation. Confirmation April llth. Good Food Soda Fountain

3:00: Ordination service Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Rev. S.V.. Creasey.,I Kent Rooms For Your Convenience

4:00 and 7:30 m., studying the book for .
t Closing song prayer. p. -
Although the day was rainy a credit; WSCs. and Young People Pine'Level
t large crowd appeared and the studying together. "
new church was filled to capacity. Bible Story Hour each Tuesdayin 'Why Not Enjoy The Beat?
I Thanks go to members of old two groups 2:30 and 3:30.: The By Mm. II. M. Mrllae
t I II Union Church for use of their children enjoy the music and the . .

II' Sunday Morning at 8:30: O'clock, covered table at lunch hour. It story graph pictures. Mr. and Mrs Lavon Alvarezof
was a memorable day, with Orlando were guests Saturday:
March 14, 1948
t I'I'I Speaker: Dr. Duke K. McCall friendly people in a great church. At The Tabernacle night of Mr. and Mrs. Robert eulMlldea= =:
Nashville, Tenn. Those ordained to the office of Myrick. w
Deacon were Wilbur Brown and Services at the Tabernacle during J. R. Beck of Starke was a .
Subject: "Your Church and the Cooking IIeUatt RetrlceratlenFOR
I Public School." O. L. Sapp. the past week have been well Sunday dinner guest of Benny
attended in spite of the rainy McRae.P. SERVICE CALLE.
Heard over Radio Station WJAXBACKACHE Space will not allow the mention -
I of all who made donationsor I weather L. Bridges of Starke wasa T. Shull Plumbing & Heating
contributed in so many waysto i Part One of a pre-Easter service dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. LOCAL AQENT PHONE IU
the erection of the church I was presented Saturday nightat -
PHARMACIST for BaotBfeaiuiaMaralae .... tfrhlch stands on a triangle-plot of the Youth Meeting conducted
a wilak -' Ixla
..... second :Arthritis Pain Central Florida Gas& AppHcance Co.
Ctettlna C$KKhte t ground In the road fork donatedby by Miss Edna Noegel. The
toady .....inttaMna?pMuave.Lr....., I
Phone 64 STARKE ettelM olds.,... and iwoUM aoklM, d.. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Crosby. part of this Interesting program For duke d.Whttulr.omroruag kelp for Thane 3752 Trenton Fka.
te nnn.otianle aDd rnnrtd 4 sad1M.dd..4.uISaIta Its future program will be Sun- will be given next Saturday night. ebM. sd p tn et lUMUa lpn. aruuutal..orltl.Lsmaspq :
)n-the-Minit Service rCr.1.a. ensue.VHi rlfi.try
N* ssca.INb. day School and worship service Communion wan observed Sun- ........Work*abrOUII&the blood.Vttrt AIM
ysr mu...tor ydda7. every Sunday morning, with Bap- day morning and the service was iw.*Uy, etru s Un.tlnv pun *mnrortably o rod ..n.
I ... tist Training Union and worship in charge of. R. J. Gomes assist ass work...norIU..d.lapmars..... sa drun"...,.'.... --
evening., ant pastor. Special music was ....._Ulf......._.,.Hkieos..
service Sunday & Son
every Alvarez
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE I Mid-week prayer meeting will be --- --- R. B.

r rI rt "In The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof held every Wednesday evening.We ,
invite all who will to worship 1
The People"A heie. Rev. S. L. Watson is I fh Transfer & Storage Co.
Pastor with Rev. Q. E. Cutshaw
Southern Baptist Church For! An People Is assistant Pastor.Presbyterian.
Phone 9105

Sunday School 9:45 Training Union 6:15 .Church is r2a ,r sty Mrriag and

Morning Worship Evealng Happy Hour John Warren Kaufman, Minister Slptag. We Operate, Local and J.aDcD!.

11:00 '11M Morning Worship and Sermon ? tance Anywhere In The State o?

11:00: o'clock on the theme, "The ..w.wraaAlallrorrrle.a I Florida.
Miracles of the MasterSun. Year of Popularity". This is the f
March Messages From '
second sermon In the Life of Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke'City Limits
11 A. M. "TAXES TAXES" Saviour. In these event-
Jesus our
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Sun. 7:30 P. M. "How Valuable Is Sand" ful days It Is helpful to take a ..t. Nrs wo r mien.. O. toss..w i

MOVING PICTURE KACH SECOND Oe FOURTH backward look and to review the
MONDAYS 7:30 AT THE CHURCH life of our Lord brings us close "
to Calvary.We OUunobik! Amorlra't old... motor
I manufacturer, !Y now th. firttto
"Visit The Church With The Visiting Pastor" welcome visitors to all ser car mark iu Coklta Aanjrentry. laeUbriUon

_. vices. LEADING THE WAY INTO A NEW GOLDEN ERA..3gS ,OkUmobtl* nnounrr*
'- Lord'sDay.
Sunday School, 9:45: each an entirely' n.w sad greatly"
Take your children to Sun . day School for instruction In FUrUHAMIC OLDSMOBILE.
God's Word. We have classes
STARLING'SGROCERY for each age group. The Turned I
Bible Class for adults Is growing \
., in numbers and interest. Join won
Sunday morning at 9:55.
& MARKETWEEKEND Westminster Fellowship al

6:00: p. m. Each Sunday this dis _
cussion group takes up some problem e- L D S --YO S/E.. '
SPECIALS MARCH 12 13 of vital interest to youth /+ r.P
All young people are Invited tcjoin. f

LOCATION: CORNER CALL & CHERRY STS. .

PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS

Specials Galore' 10th St. CHURCH and Temple Ave. ,

Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn-
ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic Ih I I ''A

,...... .- welcome.Services 7:00 p. m. Everyone .

-Rev. L. J. Price Pastor
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EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE, FLORIDA F1iID.tY
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The Reigning Rajah of Travancore tlon who will operate the Blan- I Maurice Edwards 4-H Boys Meet commanded You and each and. reel of' "I you red are to appear hereby, I In Wixnex nolmi 1 ', 'kl, I.

II ding mine for duPont has also plead or answer. to the Pill of Complaint atotaAtarch hn" w
Little More Offers For CountyCommissioner attended the filed against you In the above I rk( yhn4u,
Decided He Wanted A been operating a smaller plant Thirty-seven boys styled cause. (being a .suit, to t COlllclal I9H
near Jacksonville: since 1946 under 4-H Club meeting in the Starke quiet confirm and A.. Clerk S-DI,
thetabove den or \
(Continued from page 1)) I beaches only when the monsoons'aren.t lease from the Titanium Alloy school Friday, Feb. 27. Projectswere scribed Plaintiffs land title a.*to against you and John tin... Io'la.,. 1/"n.llI laid rt t K tl I

blowing (less than six Manufacturing Co., recovering ru selected for the year, and each of you and to have plaintiffs Arty for 10.1
I'll.Ilt
Idly had Its effect In speeding up months out of each calendar tile ilmenite and zircon. The the following)) officer were elected to be decreed to be owners of the t
M and the! name In fee simple) on the 14th day _
causing
the exploration year). Since there are no real Rlz Mineral Co., formerly engagedin : Presiden t,.Levy Canova Jr.; of April 1948, and this you are I Clnct'IT rot'CEt ''
company to rush plans for getting harbors In the small coastwise mining operations near Vero .:. Vice-Presldent, Tom McCIane; not to omit upon pain of the plaintiffs COUN'fy.; y, FLOP pAI!.."
mine here into produc- said bill being taken as confessed a
the
the titanium concentrate
country down In October JackIe
Beach, closed Secretary. Wayne Douglas. against you. I folVdy
tion at the earliest possible date. must be loaded into dugout canoes 1919. IT IS FURTHER 'ORDERED:'I vs.Casa L t6t09jamhru BlanrbO. ht
No.
yI)1) Although Inscrutable Travan- and moved out to freighters stand- I.V CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD That this notice/ and order of pub I I ORDER r
The Blandlng mine Is expectedto COUNTY. FLoniOAl IN CHANCKHV. lication be published for four (4) OF PCA
core has in the past been duFont'a Ing well off shore-an extremelyslow produce 100,000 tons of finished consecutive weeks 'n the Bradford STATE AND l'IO'rICl!: lire
and precarious process, obviously Everett Neal. Plaintiff. vs. Myrtle County Telegraph, a : 010'hoeARlD4a
chief source of Hmenlte it has M0R! newspaper I Illancheit
not keyed to modern iimenjte annually, enough to Neal. Defendant. Cane No. 6411 published and having general circulation known. x ro'l
been a satisfactory one. ORDER OF PUE'LICATION
never supply duPont's entire needs and In Bradford County Florida Yo.
from India were uncertain methods of American production. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR April are 184NUired toed \
Shipments end Its dependence on foreign STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr*. WITNESS my hand as Clerk and 12th,
and irregular for one reasonor At the present time the largest sources. Myrtle Neal whose. residence and the seal of this Court this the 9th tiff Court. and reu else,
another and even at best 11- domestic source of titanium Is address in.2217. t;. SSth Street day of March A. D. 1948. In Starke, Telegraph seeks dlvnrce. Bl'ldl
Titanium as a powdered oxide Chattanooga, Tennessee.You Bradford County, Florida.A. hall publka
menlte can be shipped from the the ilmenite ore In the Adirondack are required to appear on I In next lour Weekly
J. THOMAS
Mountains of New York State has been used extensively In making April 18, 1943, In the above namedCourt I Clerk of blrcult Court BradlordCounty. Witness 1111' hood I
paint for about 20 years. Its and caune,1. : wherein plalntlfseeks peal at Starke, rlurl 'JIj
where National Lead mines about r divorce Florida.. (SEAL) 01 een'h, a"O
Bradford County Hal Y. Maine, Lake Butler Fla. 19fjl.
AUTOMOBILE!: 200.00O to 250,000: tons of concentrate covering capacity ability to Telegraph shall publish this Order Atty. for Plf. 3-1J 4t 4-J ClankLasadLCoukiJohn )
from 70- protect the surface applied to In next four weekly Issues.. .
INSURANCE ,.annually. yielding
LIABILITY J.
Witness my hand and official seal l Henderson,
about ten times that of them Eoq,
000 to 90,000 tons of titanium. Is at "'Starke Florida this March llth IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD tine Fla. ;
Although not rompulnoiip/ it In also haa ilmenite re familiar white lead. Other 1948. : COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN Atty. ,101' Pit. tIi
much safer to carry Liability This company (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, n-nY--
for titanium
mining facilities in Norway. products waiting As Clerk of said Court I Oerson Greenspan) Plaintiff/ va.I I
i Inxuranrr. I rrprewnt only old! when the source of supply becomes T. Frank Landrum, Starke Flo. Sally Kamarass Greenspan Defen
line reliable stock: companies. American Cyanamid Co. (Cal- adequate Include: the manufacture AAJ. Atty. for Pit 3-12 +]t 4-2 i dant. Case. No. 6405
co) operates a smaller mine In r ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Your business Mill be appreci __ ., I
of Daoer. enamelled)) L BRADFORD AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
_
Virginia but has also been depending CIRCUIT COURT _
STATE OF FLORIDA _
to Mrs.
:
ated. pans 1'1'1
COUNTY,
refrigerators
on India for some ore. stoves pots FLOR1UAI IN CHANCKIIV. Sally Kamarass Greenspan, whose
129 W. Call Street The Glidden Co., has a mine in plastics, white-wall tires bathing Maurice Edwards of Starke ,Gladys. Brook Anderson Playtiff- 'residence and address. U: %1 Domes Men's Duns
tic Relations
Court,
rubber sheeting and lino yesterday Issued the following vs. Walter Donald 827 Schermer-
Opposite Bradford Co. TelegraphPhono caps Anderson De
North Carolina that makes It born St., Brooklyn New York.
fendant Care 1.50
No.
194 leum. It is also used to de-lustre statement: 6397. You are required to appear on ea.
Independent of foreign ORDER OP PUBLICATION
practically
and a vast and as yet undeveloped AND NOTICE TO APPEAR April 12 1948. in the above named
rayon "I, wish to announce to the people Court and
N. D. Wainwright Jr. sources. STATE cause wherein plaintiff
OF FLORIDA Walter
field is by titanium to:
promised
The Humphreys Gold Corpora- of the Third District (South Donald Anderson, whose. residence seeks divorce. Bradford County
metals when a method is Starke) that I will be candidatefor In: 310 Eighth Street Rockford Telegraph shall publish. this Order Army
.. .................. a ,Illinois. In. next four weekly Issues SHI
.. .... for producing them eco
el.nNMIn111III/a"14/a/IIINI"IIlnlwnmil"Ilnw./ / ....... ..... found County Commissioner, subjectto You are required to Witness. my hand and official
nomically.Pure the will of the Democratic voters April 18. 1948, In the above appear named on. seal 11, 1948.at Starke, Florida this March 1.00 ea.
titanium Is a light, coroslonreslstant -I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
SPECIAL on May 4. seeks divorce. Bradford County (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
SALE Mare 13,1948A.C.C.Storel metal that combinesthe "I have been a life-long resi- Telegraph shall publish this Order A. Clerk of said Court.
properties of stainless steel In next four weekly Issues. T. Frank Landrum Starke Fla.
dent of Bradford County and feel Witness. my hand and official .Atty. for Plf., 3-1J 4t 4-J Army B(
with those of the strong aluminum that seal at Starke: Florida this. March _
being a successful businessman
alloys. Because it thus offers I, It4*. IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD 3.85 ,
I am qualified to serve youas (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3, Thomas... COUNTY. FLORIDAl IN CHAN- p
a minimum weight where As Clerk of said Court. CKRY.
Commissioner.
continued high stress is concerned. your County ; Rivers & Anderson Oreen Cove Tone Heaton Ponder Plaintiff/ "vs,
"I was County Engineer for Springs Fla. ", Ernest: De Witt Ponder Defendant,
I Its use has been suggested In Attys Ior Pit. 3-12 ,,4t 4.9 Case No. 8410ORDER Felt HATS
Bradford
for two
County
many parts of aircraft design in years OF 'PUBLICATION
and Project Engineer for the IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR
textile machinery for high-speed COUNTY, FLORID STATE OF
AI IN FLORIDA to Ernest
CHAN : 2.50Ladies
220 Temple Avenue Starke, Fla. spindles and in a variety of diaphragms State Road Department for 11 CKRT. De Witt Ponder whose residence. .
that maintained years. My knowledge of road Leonard J. Pharr. Plaintiff,, vs. Is. General Delivery, Orlando Flor
,are
Irene Headley Pharr, Defendant. ida.
under high tension such as those construction and drainage problems Case No. 6401.ORDER You are required to appear on

used in I am offering to, the.. -peopleof OF PUBLICATION April 12th 1948 In the above name PA
FREE! microphones. _. District and Bradford AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ed Court. and cause, wherein plaintiff -
my
STATE. OF FLORIDA to: Irene seeks divorce. Bradford County
.' County I assure you I win bend Headier Pharr. whose .r.".iH..n..... i. Telegraph shall publish this Order
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Jones Qualifies unknown. i In next four weekly Issues.. 35cGirl's
2 Ibs. Pure CaneSUGAR p every effort for better roads and You are required to appear on Witness my hand and official seal
more drainage for our county. April 12. 1948 In the above named at Starke, Florida this 11th of)
Court and cause wherein plaintiff March 1948.OFFICIAL.
"We can widen Alligator Creek seeks. divorce. Bradford County ( SEAL) A. J. Tnomas.,
J F and open up the canal runningout Telegraph shall, publish this Order Aa Clerk' of said Court. DR
1 In next four weekly Issues.. John J: Henderson Esq., St. Augustine .-
of Sampson Lake to Santa FeRiveI' Witness. my hand and official Fla. .

and solve our drainage probe seal 10. 1943.at Starke. Florida, this. March Atty.- for Pit. 3-12 4t 4fIJf Sz. 8-12 .

To Each Person Who Purchases lems In my District. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, CIRCUIT Sz. 1-2
COURT BRADFORD
xYy' As Clerk of said Court. -
e 4.8 "As a'large property owner I Martin J. Pearl Jacksonville Fla. COUNTY FLORIDAl. CHAM' ..

$2.00 Or More Merchandise 7N am for lower taxes. I am 42 yearsof Atty. for Plf. 3-12. 4f,.-4-2. Richard CKRY L. Harris, Plaintiff vs.

age married and have four I Judy Maxine Harris., Defendant..
children."I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Case, Wo. 6407 Ladies SO

2 Cans SARDINES for ______________________ 23c t' t FLORIDA COUNTT.IV AND IN FOR BRADFORD ORDER AND Of PUBLICATION
am Interested In Bradford CHANCERY. NOTICR! TO APPEAR
Swan Large Box MATCHES for'-ll l 9c # C..e> No. 0401 STATE OF FLORIDA to: Judy Best Grade
._- ----------- County! and'I; will do everything H. A. OAI.VHY and THOMPSON: B. Maxine Harris. whose residence Is

1 1.2 She Can PEAS, 2 for i':::..___i:: __________.__ 35eOCTAGON I can to solve the above problems MANN, Plaintiffs. unknown.
Your are required to on
t appear
2 pkgs. _______.:.._--______1____? 19c vat!'a"ler when elected."I WILLIAM e.. M. April 12th, lI 4S, In the above named -
WARD BT AL. Court and cause wherein plaintiff
LIMA BEANS, large can ____________________ 29c want you to know I will appreciate lirtrmimmlm.onmn seeks divorce. Bradford County BLOUSESSKIRTS
your vote and OP PUBLICATION Telegraph shall publish this OrderW.C.T.U.
I A.C.C. Pork & Deans, Ige. can, 2 for ___________ 29c Ma? .4." supporton THE STATE: Of FLORIDA. .
TO: Frank E. Wood A Company .
A.C.C. Large Can TOMATO SOUP Sincerely a corporation organised and existing

I Reg. Price 25c ea. __________..:__________ 2 for.27c J. Maurice yours Edwards. Florida under with the laws principal of the place State of of 1.00 ea.

I A.C.C. LENTIL SOUP Large Can -. You I : Jacksonville business at 756 Florida Went; If Bay now hi Street ex- .

i .Have Dinner Ready For 3 Persons Ritz Open Daily iMtance and If not now In e..l..h.
i ance. Its unknown successors, grew As a change from Peter
.
Reg. Price.25c ea. 2 for 29c II .T lees, or assigns; and to
------------------.. ---- to .. Except MondayThe I Each and every the following Piper and his "Peck of Pickled NickOargaLu

1 Best PEACHES size 1 1.2 can, 2 for ---------- 29c [ named defendants severally and I Peppers", ,you. might try this

14 oz. Bottle CATSUP _______________________19c I E. D. Duggar( ) Jones well- Ritz Theatre will be open be respectively alive and It they If they or any or of.any them of one
J known former railroad employeand every day except Monday until them he dead their several. and "Permanent Peace Plus Positive

b FARMERS Remember Us If You Want Us To I lifelong resident of Sampson further notice the management legatees:respective, or unknown grantees,heirs namely, devlwes.: Wil. Prohibition Promises Progressive

.. has qualified as a candidate for announced this week. The theatre liam M. Ward; 6L Z. Turner and prosperity."
J: BUY YOUR PRODUCTS County will at 3:30 Mattie Turner, hi. wife; Osene Florida Good H
I Commissioner District 3 open : p. m. on weekdays Oodwln: Margaret Ward; Thomas ( News.)
(South Starke). Mr. Jones Isa: and at 1 p. m. on Saturdaysand P. Ward Ollie Ward: Roaetta ''
PEOPLE' -.Other Industry Will Be Started Soon Ifi' native of Bradford County and FSundays. A double feature Ward Ward;; and Samuel ta Ward; and ,Florence- .

You Co-operate With Us. Many Persons Will, Be this Is his first bid for public of including a western will be shown The unknown heirs', devisees.
flce.County'Workers. every day; also legatees or grantees of J. R. Mott
J Employed.: cartoons and deceasedMrs.. o W. Malnea de- ZACH H. DOUGLAS ATTORNEY
serials. ceasedrnra. P. ,
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I Th. several .nd're.pect/"e/ hue ANNOUNCES
bands, and wives of .each every

Named In Red Cross ed hospital in the United States. and are all hereinbefore of the natural named persons.ns defen who THE OPENING OF A LAW OFFICE

DEALERS' Membership Drive "It ta the' belief of the Red dents to this. Rill and the names. ASIfLEY
Cross of whom severally and respectively/ AT 33 W. ST.
she stated "that human are excepted as hereinbefore speci
Mrs Junlus M. Smith, county i blood should not be sold. Any fically stated unknown to plain- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
tlf'- and to
SERVICE STATIONS fund chairman of the annual membership one who has struggled to buy All persona having or claimingany EFFECTIVE
drive of the American blood or secure blood donors for right title. or Interest In the MARCH 1, 1918
following described. lands In Brad
Red Cross, announced yesterdaythat a loved one dangerously ill, will ford County. Florida. to-wltt
she has readily see the value South 70 feet of Lot 1. Block 17 .. .
nearly of this ..
completed
new n ,.
AND GARAGES Ward City Section 8, Township. 7 - --- -" -,... ...... .. -
naming the chairmen and workersfor Red Cross program. If we would South. Range 10 East: said property

the campaign In her territory protect ourselves our families and being otherwise. described as.
the South 79 feet
of the East 89
outside of Starke. The list our neighbors we will become feet of said. Block 17 Ward C1t7.arco..dlnlr ,
of names for the various districts members of the Red Cross and to. map or plat there
of recorded In Plat. Boek 1. pages
Is aa follows: subscribe to the extent of out 17 & 21. Public Kecords of Brad

SERVICE To Your DOOR Brooker: Harmon Morgan, financial ability." MREETISOS.: ford County; Florida. New FORDBATTERIES

chairman; workers to be announced. ..
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'I'a, At Competitive Dealer Prices chairman..Graham: Mrs. ..!K. H. Shafer --


Hampton: Mrs. K. H. Shafer, SAY' SL4DE

chairman; workers (white) John AT REGULAR PRICEALLOWANCE

McLean; (colored) Estelle Olbbs .

". Laura Alexander. ... .. -.. .

Spark Plugs Fuel Hellbronn: Miss Rosa Moore CLIP THIS COUPON
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,s.,1 chairman; workers. Mrs. Russell ,
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AC Pumps And All Other Norman Mrs. Raymond Crosby
Mrs. Mattle Ellis Mrs. Eldon $400i

Sapp Mrs. Mary Johns Mrs. J. H.
A C Products Wainwright Mrs. Irene McRae.
AND
BRING IT TO THE
Lawtey: E. Wall Jr., chairman
I ; L. H. -HUl. co-chairman
workers to be announced. SLADE, GAS CO. ? .

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New River: Mrs. C. p. Cowan I
Maremont Mufflers & Tail Pipes.
chairman: Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazen- It's Value Ranges From ..

Grey Rock Fan Belts by co-chairman; workers (white i

to be announced), (colored) Lln-
du Chemicals
,\. Pont nle Kelly. $10TO$50When I FOR,.

Rising and Vanderbilt: Mrs.

: Many OtherAutomotive Maude Brownlee chairman; workers Applied Against The Purchase Of Certain Old Battery

(white to be announced), .
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Items r. Appliances At Oar Store
(colored) Sarah Jenkins Beatrice y .

DeSue.

Sampson and There sll to be PUl't'haae\ These Batteries
announced. With the of any Range or Hot
Are Fully
,T "The opportunity to become a Water Healer we can make Installation and GUARANTEEDAnd

We Appreciate Your Business only member once of a the year.Red" Cross Mrs. comes Smith have you cooking with Gas for as little ax Will Fit

PRACTICALLYALL
stated. "In the past year the Red $9.93 plus price of. the Range or Hot Water
Cross has spent I75O.OOO: In Florida CARS
for disaster relief work alone. Heater. See \in fpr prices befotie you buy.

In, addition to needing funds for ,

} Farm lomeAuto helping servicemen and veterans You may also use tIJs clipping; as a the .AndrewsMotor

"I, I and future disaster work the new ,
credit on the purchase of a
.. \, AND American Red Cross blood program Maytag: Deep
will take thousands of dollar Freeze. We have some nice space heaters
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closing out at a Having to ;you up to 23 Co.
Supply Mrs. Smith stated that within

five years the Red Cross expects percent.
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j 144 W. Call St. Phone 26 Starke, Fla. to have whole blood, blood plasma | Two Doors From R. R Track on Call St. Phone 121 STARKE PHONE 118

I and blood derivatives available I II <..- .. ... ... .. .-.,.?-. IL ... !-.! .Ill ..... ..... FLA.
,4.- ; I without charge to every accredit.! ;

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