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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 2, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Nat'l.Property And GuardSurplus Engineers BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH



Close Offices Armory Board

Plans Improvements "'" Official County Publication Established In 1877

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the War Department cancelled its lease Hey: Mister Did You '
Set Feel That Twister?
Rally

'Kocerty toe Florida was, National turned. back Guard to again the pritfnal assumed owner.full I Farmer Leslie Did, And-He's Had EnoughWell Clearing Begins

of the area, the last For TuesdayWith at least one Bradford .-

of Federal occupancy Countlan knows what it is to out -.- ,

fcd to depart. These Berry Outlook last a tornado or a "twister" At Mining SiteActual

the first political l rally set as the miniature version that Infrequently .
surplus Property Office. I for Theressa next Tuesday night vlHits this area are

,L direction of J-t.- Robt. Brightens Here at 7:30: o'clock county candidates,! commonly known. Construction ExpectedTo

hes, released all but one whose fate will be decided at the I R. K. Leslie, young Pine Level
Ine employs on March 31.1'I polls on May 4, were putting the farmer and his two dogs were Begin Next Week By

hes stated that his final', Bradford' County growers were finishing touches on their speechesthis taking something! of a rent In Ll'slie's Humphreys Corp.
111 l be completed by April ;looking on the sunnier side this week and carefully conserv- house on Tuesday March 23,
fcich date he and the last %week! as the average price for ing their vocal chords In preparation during a heavy rainstorm. "It

knit!, Miss! Ruth Johnson berries' hovered around $10.50: per for the big event. was raining cats and dogs, and Trees and underbrush yielded to bulldozers in the

L., will close the office.j I 'crate Monday and Tuesday and Following the Theressa rally then! It ntoppod. To tell the truth I southeast quarter of Section 6, just across the Urudford

ptember 1943: the Surplus indications were that another the schedule will! be observed as i I just don't know what happened," 'County line in Clay, this week as the Humphreys Gold

Office at Blandlng has 'growth Is coming from, buds on follows with all 'meetings to startat I Leslie said.! "The first thing I Corpii., of Denver, Colo., began! clearing land in preparation

of approximately $7,- rain-battered plants.' If this new 7:30: : realized the front porch was BitIng r,1 for the construction of offices, warehouses, and mills to be

worth of surplus personalt. I i I crop materializes -without further New River school building, Friday In the back yard. And the used in mining: ilmenite for the I K.; I. duPont de Nemours

Hughes itated. lie mishap it will mean a "strung.out" night April 9. garage roof was 'Gone With the Co., of Wilmington, Del., on 4,000 acres of the Camp Blandiiiff .
"
season with but
,
light Wind'
I out that this Includes steady Graham school building, Tuesday he added. reservation.
harvesting for at least the
th items as bedding, ve- six 'weeks, it was said. next night April 13. Leslie estimated the wind veInclty I \v. J. Sinrtlla., construction engineer with the llumph.I .
ftc., and does nol; Include at 100 miles per hour "at -
1 Hellbronn school building I 1- reys! Corpn. stated that
"I'll
il I estate surplus'f disposed Late cold in North Carolina least.

Egh the District Engineers. has set the crop back there untilit day night, April 16. FrJ.j There's1! quite a bit of timber Col. J. 'A. Griffin be on the ground next week",
Hampton school
building indicating that .
E Salvage Office under the't will offer no serious competition down Un the area, but the Leslie actual construction
of Capt. Bryant Greg-. to the Bradford area for at day night, April 20. I homo, occupied by Leslie and Fred of the million-dol-

T continue to function with- least four weeks, R, B. Alvarez, Brooker business center. ,' Friday Dalton Camp Blanding employe New Commander ar-plua' plant will begin with.

ployes until .the latter. manager of the Starke State I night, April 23. who was at work during-- the- in the next few days.

( April. Farmers Market said yesterday.It Lawtey strawberry platform, storm, was the only house that A contract for 50,000 feet
ho District Engineers ot was stated that Dulaney will Tuesday night, April 27. suffered damage. The tin roof. Including I Lt. Col. James A. Griffin State of lumber was awarded to a local

her the direction of Rob. continue buying here as long as Starke athletic field, Friday It'" supports, was blown Pictured a aiove: Farmer Leslie' Maintenance dfflcrr for the Florida firm this week and deliveries ot

gers, camp custodian, xelu quality remains good. night, April 30. into the back yard, and the roof- rebuilding his front porch that National Guard, became Camp oil for the operation of equipment .

: five employee on March. Volume from the county from Due to the large number of'candidates ing tin from the garage can be va, blown away by last week's Commander in charge of Securityat at the plant Kite were started

I-shut up shop". March '25 through March 31 to. to be heard at each:meet- found twisted around the upper twister, I Camp landing effective March Tuesday by another local com

ha Camp Blandlng of- tailed 3.910 crates, almost a 50 Ing a rigid time limit on each limbs of nearby trees. Leslie's t 31, as title to the hun 32.000 pany It was learned.D. .

[ reverted to''the State percent Increase over the opening speech will be enforced. car, In the garage at the time, acre reservation passed from the Q. Drown general manager

j Board, original' owner of week's 'total of 2415.: Total return was not damaged.The War Department Board.In to the Florida. of the Humphreys mining operation

perty before the War'De- ,to growers for the week I G. L. Patten Named damage to timber Is evident I Armory east of Jacksonville, state

nt took ove&',at the begin- waa estimated at 35600.40, more!, along Road' 100 in the vicinity of assuming command, Col. Saturday that at present the
i World War II and con- than double the previous week's State ManagerOf M. M. McRae's farm, and considerable : Griffin stated that the camp company contemplates no difficulty _

|he reservation into a hugh total of 917,179.25. Mack Campaign damage was done to REA area Is closed at present to all In obtaining the neceaaary

tiaining camp. Totals for the esason to date I electric lines, resulting in the Individuals except members of steel to ba used In constructionof

I that it, is once' again in are estimated at 6,325 crates with O. L. Patten, Starke attorneyand power being off in that section for I .J. the National Guard with author. the dry mill but added "We

Ijoesaion of the ,property, gross receipts of $132,779.63.: I former secretary of the State several hours.,( lied passes and other such per- don't know what we might run
sonnel who must enter the "
-jrlda National Guard will Figure for the past, week at i Railroad Commission ,has been "The storm did Its worst at' 18 area Into. The company's aim Is to
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tuna .to .develop 1 it* Into-' the Farmers Market were: named state manager: of the' campaign minutes till four" the young 'i. on official bualnens concerned have the Blandins$ ,mlpe In,production

[training and. recreation March 25: 386 crts. @ 9.50 of Richard A. Mack for reelection farmer reported. "When the front with operations within the camp, by the end of thlll'yur..
., March 26 597 crts. & 8.80 to the Florida Railroad porch went it took the electrical *.,. > : and who also' hold passes.All C J. Rantedo Is In charge of the

dition to the landt that was March 27 820 crts. @ 7.80 & Public Utilities Commission. wiring with It, and that stopped entrances to" the Camp are operation here.,
loack ,March 29 '671 crta. 10.80 my electric clock." closed with the exception of UBooster Humphreys opened temporary
to the Armory Boa id I Patten was serving asj state Sc
Uek March 30 -. 686 crtj. 10.50 I Does Leslie for; Gate, Col. Griffin stated. offices this week In quarters adjoining
late care more '
other Government manager for the W. M. (Bill) ( .
: ,, This entrance will be uaed
March 31 220 crts. &' 9.73: ; exclusively the duPont office West F
> twisters t The next one will have on
|y, with a salvage value of I Walnwrlght' of Starke, who was ,
III addition to these It Is cstl- ,, to look "a long time ,before It F 1 by all persons enteringthe Call Street. At present' the office
was made available for a candidate tor thta office at the 4) '
of the Florida National mated that 550 crates were shipped .time, of hU death bi February. finds' me," he said.Regiier '. camp. staff consist of Jewett Fogg accountant -
from the Lawtey ,leading'platform 'f t ; In his capacity as State Maintenance ,' and Robert R. Began
This Includes all o'f the
) during the week at an In accepting the appointmentto "Officer, Col. Griffin will timekeeper i Around, 10. men have

area, much of the wire-' average,ojf. $7.60.. If, v* _JJj ( manage! Mack's campaign,.Pst- Tonight --s'r--' continue to have' .suparvJaioiv -.J.--.4. bw HvV{ Kh was .earneSLL .
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area, ther iwg"M"4-h0U8e '
fen '
stated
nvhr; ibe n most : 'tKJ.1 the' Ca litpr.UftllMftfrrOI'dfiall teti ;PWjrh'LJitco., 4
her useful,,! :?* '
buildings ... favorably Impressed .by the capable Shop In addition to hU duties as .. made a preliminary survey for
Charles E. Bennett
manner In which Mr. Mack Camp'Commander. a proposed line from State
KellyTefisPublicCounty ,. power
><
Bangs Testing Speaks In Support, has discharged-his duties as a The shop now has k total" >,9i Road 14 (old Blandlng, highway)
member of the Commission. His : n 80 employes.. Col. Griffin stated Into, sectIon 8, crossing, Road 230
Aunty's Cattle Of UMT At Rotary training and experience his character I of Regl.tra-I
'i
Supervisor and there are still A lew,vacancIes (new: Bunding highway) about

egin May 3 i Charles E. Bennett, Jacksonville, and his ability, his courage, tion. J. R. Kelly reminded the pub- Tin from Leslie's garage Is seen I to be filled. He specially n'"da 100.tee. \ east of the county: line
attorney and member of the National '|I and His forthrightness make him I illc this week that the time Is above wrapped around the top of, an ordnance requlaUlon' ,elerl and Humphreys:, would like to hai.
Idford county farmers are I the ideal man for the Job. CltI.I . American Legion, Legislative -' a nearby pine tree.
til to take advantage the Commission, spoke to the'I'I zens from every section of the!! new voters, with the deadline stated. far i construction work, l>j
Wing of their cows for; j state have evidenced a keen In-,' set for Saturday.' April 17. May I.Local'.
Club in
Starke Wednesday
disease," County Agent. T.' Rotary terest(I In his campaign and I am Mr. Kelly will remain In his No Increase AvailableFor
lane said toda"y. Dr. 8. D. support of Universal Military, confident that' he wUl be electedIn office tonight (Friday) until 9i30: Grasses Tourist Club

Veterjnarlan with the U. Trainings' I the first primary on May 4.-! I I o'clock for the convenience of per In Tobacco Quota FarmersIn

tdrUncnt: of Agriculture,'t. Bennett said "The need for Unl-,' :Mack is opposed In his campaign -. sons working out of the county To Be Permitted Gainesville Soon Will Adjourn

i of Animal Husbandry within versal training has been apparent for re-election by R. A. i and others who 'cannot visit his Until Next FallThe
been since before the end of the war. I '' There will be no change In the
Gainesville has 'office hours
(Lex) Green of Starke who announced during the regular T. K. McClane
Agent
4 l to teat the milk cows to If we had enacted it tfcen we '', for the office following'''of'9 to 12 and from 1:30:: to 5 p. present 1948 flue-cured tobacco announced County today that the Experiment Starke T.urlst Club enjoy.

.ne whether they are In-i I would have saved many millions I' the death of Walnwrlght. m. each week day. acreage allotments, according to Station in ed an old-fashioned square dance
| with Bang's disease. "The s'' of dollars lost through the scrappIng James Rosier Chairman of the Gainesville will grass be nursery to farmers and Virginia Reel In the Woman's
open
Ml begin May 3, 1948 and of installations! and we woUld I Bradford County Agricultural Club Tuesday night and this event
Students UrgedTo Funeral SundayFor on the following dates: April 5,
fie not now be faced with the need Conservation Committee This most .
7 to be of the delightful
through Friday 'May
and 19 10 June 14 and proved one
re announced. for revival of the draft Moreover Apply ForScholarship H. T. HowardHenry statement came as the result of 28.12 May ; occasions of the season.

we would have given the I an announcement from the State I Mrs. Edward Burns and Mrs.
1 merg are requested to call United States' and United Nations' Exams Tlllman Howard, 72 I'MA!; Office that Secretary of "As In the past the Experiment Ruby Johns hail charge of the entertainment .
and
In County Agents' office International plans for father of V. B. Howard of Starke Agriculture Anderson had revlew- Station. will plow up the grasses and Mrs. KdwarJ
,
the number of cows they the strength which they Competitive examinations will died Thursday., March 23, In the eu the musket situation and declared and farmers will be expected to
peace Charbonneau led the In
like to have tested during be held on Friday April '19 for rake and< labor for group
have so greatly needed." Shadycrest Hospital. Born In an Increased quota unwar- furnish potato
Wlou I Mrs. Bertha
The County Agent white and colored students I material out of popular songs.
Bennett said that the cost of the Saluda County S. C., Mr. Howard ranted. digging the sod 1'ource and Mrs. W. If. Nollman
J the fact that this test defense, of who submit applications for the I was connected the Since the original announcementthat the loosa soil and loading It on ,'
adequate
securing an and refresh.
hOlltees served
charge to farmers of Brad- several scholarship vacancies now their trucks", Mr. McClane added. were _
the country through universal : Suwannee Stores organization In _00 the_ __ 1UIK flue-cured aCl'cage I ments1.
tuunty>. an4 is "mighty Im- training would be about one- existing In Bradford County Qultman, Ca", for many years.' would be slashed approximately 28 The grasses available 4lre Coastal As I..* the custom with tourist
r. to the residents of the fourth, what It would be through Supt. A. R. McRae stated yester and came to Lake Butler 12 years percent under that of 1947, growers Bermuda, 99 Bermuda and Tan- clubs throughout Florida, this was

raw ticularly" those who regular armed forces assuming day.These ago as manager of the store there. have urgently sought an In Irola.M. the last meeting of the season
[( milk. He pointed outLing's that the armed force could be Increased vacancies are as follows: He was forced to retire several! crease. In denying this increase, McClane stated that the and the Starke club will resume

(the disease transferred sufficiently on a permanent HoUHe Scholarship I years ago because of failing it was pointed out that the carryover materials will be a first come, meetings early next fall.
ow to humans will pro- basis. lie said: "Universal 1 place for Junior senior or health. from 1946 and 1947 have first nerved basis, but growers The interest and appreciationshown

ndulant Jilady.' fever* a very serl- training will give some knowledgeof graduate boy; Besides his widow Mr. HowardIs built up supplies to high levels. are requested to notify him what by the larg number of

the fundamentals necessary! to 1 place for freshman or sophomore -I survived by two sons, V. E. This together with the sharp decrease Jay they will be going to secure members and visiting tourist at

; spring some 550 cows were the defense of our country to alls girl; Howard of Starke and Harry In exports through the planting> material. each mooting has shown that

| by the bureau and only two vnllntr men In America." 1 place for Junior, senior or Howard of Lake Butler; one withdrawal of British buying interests Farmers are urged not to ex: Starke has been In need of Just
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ere found to be infected bylease. "-.ii ; speaker was Introduced by graduate girl. daughter, Mrs. John Smith, Lake will result In the government -: pect to Met grass on any day except men an organization as this, and

." Mr.. McClane.1 stat- T. K. McClane, Jr., a former Lewi Scholarship I ]Butler; and one brother -Reed holding a surplus of over the above listed. days for it Is proving a success in every
C wording to the health de- classmate of Bennett's, at the University 1 place for colored student of toward of South Carolina. iwo.! million pounds. I they will be disappointed. way.

"nt records, Bradford coun- of Florida. The programwas any college level; Funeral services! were held In In 1947, Bradford County

1 two cases of undulant fever in charge of G. t>. Patten, 1 place for freshman, senior or the Lake! Butler ,Baptist Church co growers produced tObllc-1 Lighting SoughtFor Crawford Elected
The County Agent em- graduate.The .- Sunday afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock of fluu-cured tobacco on a
ell the fact that this will Rites Wednesday Lewis sholarshlp for white with Rev. Ray Y, 'Valdcn offlclat of 242 acres. This I Is an averageof Night Baseball VFW CommanderE.

only period of free testing students will not be available until Ing. Interment was In Dekle 851 pounds of tobacco per
l 0< cows during 1948. For Mrs. Futch the fall quarter or semesterof Cemetery under the direction ot acre. This tobacco brought an Plans are being made to urge 1.., Crawford was elected
the lighting of the old ball parkto ommander of the local Veteran
I 1948. DeWItt C. Jones. average of 39c per pound, gross i
lion Notice Mrs. Mary Gertrude Futch :57, Supt. McRae requests all students total 179,89768. The allotment' to make night softball. and baseball >>>f Foreign Wars Post No. 4319

longtime resident of Lawtey died who are qualified for the Voters Hear WatsonIn Bradford County for 1948 Is 319.2: possible, O. S. Newcomb Juring a special meeting Tuesday

f rcan! Legion Post No. 36 Monday night in a ,Jacksonvillewpital scholarships outlined above to secure acres a decrease of slightly less presldentof the Starke Chamber night in the Legion Home on West
I"ld It's regular meeting next following a brief illness. personally or by mall the Speech Tuesday than 28 percent. of Commerce said this week.A Call 8t.Other.

I >y night In the Legion Hall She was a native of Lawtey and proper forms at his office tot meeting/ held In the court officers elected for the

100 o'clock. At that timefv.'ly i had lived there practically all of filing their applications to take Reviewing his long fight againstthe Mrs. Nettie Graham house March 19 to plan the light- ensuing year during the session
Florida and
elected officers will be her life. the examinations. "cloned shop" In Ing project/ wan attended by over were Floyd Green Senior Vice-

P*
for the ensuing year. Silas Futch, of Lawtey; five sons, Tax Books Hon In the cost of state government of Calvin Johns of Starke died at the meeting that Junior Vice-Commander; C.

|imander Mike Melvin B., Lacy R.. Van J.. and City If elected J. Tom WaUon i Thursday. March 24, In a Jacksonville the project would cost around (Dub) Rhoden, Quartermaster;
his deslrt that Gilhooly all Vet-ex'l : Ovid L. Futch. all of Jacksonville To Close April 15 Attorney General of Florida and, hospital following a brief Jl.OOO, although that sum would William H. Yawn. Adjutant: Albert

1 of Bradford and Ancll Z. Futch of candidate for Governor spokebriefly i lllnesu. She wasa native of vary with the cost of the equip- Lee Crosby Jr.. Sergeant at
ft County attend two sisters. Mrs. Selma Delinquent city taxpayers have Tuesday afternoon at 2:30: ment. Arms; and Arch Thomas Chap
[ meeting of his term in Quincy; Starke and was a resident of
10 Eunice, and Mrs. Purvis Brown, until April 13: to pay taxes with- o'clock. I for
| that he can InfornV Whltehouse. She Is survived by "Our meeting was merely lain.The
hem and three brothers., out penalty. City Clerk Carl Johns Watson maintained that he was next meeting was set for
Post'ii of Lawtey said
plans her husband, Wm. R. Graham; her discussion, Mr. Newcomb
.- and goals for'se'lt Carl Prevatt and Fonzo Prevatt announced yesterday. "Althoughthe the only candidate in the race Information ?.Ion<.lay, April 12. 8.00; p. m.. In
of White-
Mrs. Ida Johns "We are awaiting more
their year and In turn re- I and Mallie Pre tax books closed April 1, with a clear-cut "Usue" and stated soother the Legion Home, and at that
both of Lawtey and
| suggestions. house; two daughters, six sons, as to the probable cost,
past due taxes may be paid with- that he would continue his time the Post will have open
Jacksonville.
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of of(
vatt
A. J. and her brother. then we will know our plan
Themes Jr., AdJ.I It I I Funeral services were held at out penalty at the City Hall un- ftffht against the "cloned shop" if action. ,Although we have had house for all overseas veterans
held 111
I In the Lawtey til April 15: when the tax sale elected Governor.;, H* denounced Funeral servIces were and their wives. All candidatesare
Bl'UE.\U the graveside offer of aid, much
lUEETf'lVG at 11 o'clock Wednes- list must be turned over to the Communism In all Its phases andstatedthat tile Key McCabe Funeral Home some generous Invited to the open house.

I" Bradford County Farm day Cemetery morning, with Rev. Cecil Williams paper J for publication." he stat- h4t would do his best with Rev. David B. Sargent, pas remains to be done. JIrln.the meeting Commandet
\U 'ill hold its officiating. Arrangements to see that no Communist would tor of Anderson Memorial Church, Representatives of the group Crawford will announce the organization .

courthouse regular,. tonight meettn -t were In charge of Key-McCabe ed.He added that the ,tax sale will hold public! offlct during his ad- 'flclitlnir./ Burial! was In SellersCemetery plan at to their meet with the next city Tuesday.Council plans for the: coming>.> .
Whltehouse. meeting
ay at 8 o'clock. Funeral Home. be held in May. : minlJltration.I at I year. r
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE,_ FLORIDA FRin.\lr. .tpryAl'6 h,1

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Bradford County Telegraph Brooker Lawtey State Farm RE-ELECT J. L. SILCOX

By Mrs. Bryan Whitflel'
MATTHEWS. OWNK-EDITO Helen Harry Br L. II. Flitch Constable For Bradford
L. By
ESTPUSHED 1877 E. .
Count
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Entered Second .
and as
jbtkhd Every' Friday SERMONThe : COMMUNITY: CLUB MEETING: YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT
Starke Fla DINNER BACCALAUBKATE
Office at BIRTHDAY
the' Pout flowers used in WILL BE GREATLY
r CbA Mater at Friends and relatives of Mrs. Baccalaureate'Sermon of, Spring were APPRECIATED
for the
CommunityClub's
Green enjoyed a birthday the Lawtey Junior High Schoolwas decorating
a 1 MEMBER 1948 dinner Lizzie and egg hunt In her honorat delivered in the school audl-I interesting program meet- (Paid 1"01. Adv.)
Misses
to a Ing last Tuesday afternoon.
the home of Mr. and Mrs. torlum last Sunday evening
,+L: BMBrr/ptl ':2 Annually! .1.10 For Six Month Robert Green In Lake Butler on large and appreciative audienceby Billie McCalley, Sue Ann Lang-
March 28. The dinnerwas Rev. G. V. Lee of the Lawtey ford, Barbara Mizell and Ann I
Sunday Church. Rev. C. B. North Roberts of Lake Butler, talented I
served on the front lawn and Baptist
t TAXES AREN'T VOLUNTARY EITHER Miss! Doris Hodges of Jacksonville assisted with the services. pupils of Mrs. Joe Hill Williams BICYCLE
I of that town, rendered vocal and SHOE
Elder Statesman Bernard M. Baruch added his voice returned thanks. Mr. Lee 'chose for /his subject, *
that were by
piano pieces enjoyed
I thin week td the preponderance of testimony from high sources The egg hunt was enjoyed laterIn "Jacob and his partnership with those present. Mrs. J. A. Bou- REPAIRING REP
I in favor of Universal Military Training and the draft asnecessary the afternoon and while eating God". He said that many people I vier, President presided over the AI
and cake, today are unhappy because they
refreshments of eggs '
preparedness measures. preceding business hour at which
refuse to taka God as a partner.,
cracked a raw egg on
based the cool logic someone time plans were made for the We Make
Mr. Baruch's arguments were on Samuel Parrlsh's head. Samuel 1 He told the class that the secret KeysI
and respected as an advisoron I I Barn Dance to be sponsored by
become noted
for which he has brought the egg and also got It of successful living Is learning to
8. Mrs. W. G.
the Club on April .
matters of national policy. live with others. He urged the ----- -- ----
back!
Another highly esteemed statesman, Joseph C. Grew,, this occasion class to choose the right kind of Strlngfellow and Mrs. M. R. I GOODs"
'ti Those enjoying Holmes hostesses this SPORTING ]i
were on occasion -
former Ambassador to Japan, speaking before a recent conference with the honoree and hosts were:1 associates to aim high in life. Ha\ and served a salad course 1
tie of Governors in New York, answered the criticism Mr. and Mrs. Joe Green andchlldr.n. said !It takes a man to be a man with Russian tea. w----U--I------t
sometimes heard to the effect that Universal Military Train- Mr. and Mrs. Olen Par-I but almost anybody can be a bum.I I
to the American and Jes-! He spoke at length about thor- BRIDGE: CLUB MEETING
ing is conscription and is therefore contrary rish Pete Dukes, Frank I
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way of life. lIe said: sie James Mr. and Mrs. Roy ough preparation for life, but I I| Mrs. J. G. Godwin entertainedthe Biggs : Baker
stressed the fact that no education -
Mrs. N. G. State Farm Club at
"Our jurisprudence does not rest on a voluntary jury Green and children. Bridge
and lion.V. H., Jeannette Is complete unless there is a her home Wednesday afternoon
not based on a voluntary taxpaying Hayes
Our taxes
system. are '
nysttm. Our educational system is compulsory. Parrlwh. Alma Tetstone, and many definite place for God. I of last week. Her arrangementsof 105 VV. CALL ST. STARKE,I

"UMT would simply be compulsory education in self- others. I I Strawberries are coming to mar- sweet peas, calla lilies and

defense and in the defense of home and country a purpose RIO IV AT DEI>,\N I ket and are bringing a fair price.It spirea enhanced and the beauty of the
sun parlor living room where
is that some have
reported
in than many other the Dedan Church
much more significant consequences Members of
sold for better than $11. The the games were played. Upon
forms of compulsion. Men lie dead in Europe and the and Sunday School and a large
arrival the served
guests
were
of the berries has improved -
Pacific because their fellow-Americans were not train- number of visitors attended ser quality "The
today la mode Choice
I and the yield is better than peach pie a with coffee. People's
ed in time or in sufficient numbers in peacetime to come to vices there Sunday, morning.After .last week. IIn contract Mrs. M. E. Griner
while the I I
their assistance." the services won high prize and Mrs. H. M.
have tried to the same grownups remained in the church:I Misses Easley and Gwendolyn Rlcharde .
Many other spokesmen say Shuford and their friends, Miss won second high. Mrs.C.
service the children enjoyed -,
thing, but no one has expressed it quite so well alt Mr. Grew. for a song and M. Turney was holder of the
the grounds.At June Holt, Miss Viola Carson,
Ilia line of reasoning should silence for all time those who an 12 egg o'clock hunt an on old fashioned Louis Carson all of Appomattox lucky card In bingo. Each award Nominated I by the

i protest that UMT would be an abridgement of personal basket dinner was spread under Va.. spent Easter with friends was an attractive piece of pot- State Democratic Execu

hts". the trees. and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs.: tery. tive Committee, representing -,
I
The congregation gathered again Jake Shuford also' of Appomattox -, During the Easter holidays Jim- the citizens of ?tr rte.

I In the church at 2:30: to hear have been in Lawtey for an mie and Carolyn Bradley visited each county and given

REFINEMENT the sermon by the pastor, Rev. C.I extended visit, and will remainfor Mr and Mrs. Vance Geiger at votes in
nearly 200.000
A. Crosby. Mr. and Mrs. Ardell I some time yet. I I Jacksonville Beach. Bradley Geiger -
in every necessary detail in a Serv'ceavailable Crosby of Starke were present In Mr. and Mrs. Russell of Hell who !la a student at Clemson, .the 1946 general election S

locally and widely known the morning and led the song ser- bronn were Sunday.guests of the"was also the guest of his.parentsat fed Fraser certainlycan
for its modest cost its wholesome vice. Rasmus mans. this time. consider himself i l "

s.- courtesy, and always tactful sympathy. All who attended will have Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dinkins'I' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvler "The People's Choice."

nleasant] memories of this Easter and son of Gainesville were guettts spent Easter Sunday with Mr. and
Day. of Mrs. Dlnklns' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McRae ,and family in A LEGAL TECHNI
Mrs. J. M. Browning. Mclnto h. CALITY WHICH BARRED .
The Junior Sunday School classof
DEWITT C. JONlrCi the Brooker Baptist Church I Rev. C. B. North visited his Mrs. T. A. Wicker and baby HIM FROM OFFICE -

i I STARK! PHONE: T held an egg hunt at the Com- brother in Pierson several days daughter. DIanne, returned to NO LONGER EX-
this. week. their home in Atlanta, Ga., Friday -
AMBULANCE SERVICE munity Center Saturday after ISTS. ... __._
following ten
days'
noon. Annette Green found the Miss Blithe Collins of the school a stay ---
Funeral Director faculty spent Easter at her homein with Rev and Mrs. L. A. Shep-
prize egg and received a box of

Our local funeral home.mables to Raster.candy. Refreshments were I Gainesville. 1 herd.Mr.., and Mrs. J. C. Wallace '
us served following the hunt. I The Ninth Grade visited the '
I offer conveniences and services not I High School in Starke last Tues spent the Easter holidays with RE-ELECT:

otherwise available.urnlah Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry were i relatives In Jacksonville.Mrs. .
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. day.The Baptist Sunday School had I : C.; D. Sellers and, daughter EDWIN G. (ED) FRASER

w. the hlfhes: type service at the lowest prices anj C. Dees In Alach'ua Sunday. an Easter egg hunt last Sunday Patricia Wlllard. visited Mrs.
areoept ANT life Insurance policy in fore, Issued by ANT eon Misses Marie Edwards and Jean- afternoon. The Methodist Sunday Emma Rivers In Auburndale dur-
nette Gremer of Jacksonville spent School egg bunt was held Satur- ing the Easter vacation. STATE COMPTROLLER
1 y, as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation
the weekend with their parents day afternoon. Miss Helen Whitfield spent last Political Ed Peal!
c.erlaa no ob Igauon.FruPPtcrest I ( Adv. Paid for by Local Friends of
here. I I Miss Griffia and Mrs. Futch en- weekend with Mr. and Mrs. MlloSelgler

Mr. and ,Mrs. Herbert Croft ,tertained their First Grades with In Monticello.
.... -;:-:--- ., I. I
and of
family Chlldersburg. Ala., an egg hunt on th., school campus
pent the Easter holidays with last Friday.i.. f **,# t

relatives here. I Mrs. Joyce Futch's Fifth Grade
15 50 lb.
> Miss Madge Bloss Is spending a enjoyed a picnic lunch togetherat .
Pure few days with Mr. and Mrs.I! the noon hour last Monday;
Cans Frank Polk of Trenton. | Miss Marguerite Wainwright of

Mr. and Mrs., Pasco Green and FEU spent Easter here with her
Grape Pure children of Zellwood and Mrs. Es- parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright WHERE THERE'S COKETHERE'S (
sie Waters of Gainesville were .

Preserves Lad weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs Miss Lou Edwards and Mr. and
; : Ruddle Russ. Mr. and Mrs. Leah- Mrs. W. H. Edwards, Jr., all of

der Parrish of Trenton were also Jacksonville, spent, Easter with
dinner guests at the Russ home their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will

25c Sunday.Mr. Edwards.
HOSPITALITIA.
'
and Mrs. Norman Rogersand Mrs. J. H. Moore was able to

Uu Jar 13.00FRIDAY son, Ronnie Lee. of Jacksonville attend Easter services at the
were Easter guests. of Mrs. Methodist Church last Sunday.
Rogers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. Moore has been confined to
& SATURDAY APRIL 2-.3 R. Parrish. Ronnie Lee celebrat-I her home for several months and

ed his third birthday anniversary her many friends were glad to see ,
[BALLARD'S SELF-RISING Saturday afternoon with a chil her in her place at church. -

dren's party.Mr. \ Billy Edwards of Orange Park rr \ ,' ,',
FLOUR 'ZS Ibs 2.25Easier and Mrs. Royace Gainey, attended Church in Lawtey last I : ., ,' ,' .... "' f.,t
Mr." and Mrs. Larson Mintz. and Sunday.
Mi. and Mrs. Abe Crosby, and the .
DAN'S'TIIK 'l
While Wash Wilson's CertifiedOleomargarine children of all three couples, were MAN .

faster guests of Lee Gainey. . ... .. .. .. u .
Oxydol or Duz The RAil and GAs held their

(UncolorrU) I meetings Monday night at the You demand MORE
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cros-

35c Lb. Pkg. 37c by. There weie\ two new members ..than.eat a. Jtam&/ aya oi
In the GA and six In the

RA. After separating into dIf- The MAN Himself Must .
1I -l\IAC For Quick Biscuits ferent groups for a period of V Have Prove Ability E e.A

,1 Georgia Peaches Jiffy study the members reassembledand STATEWIDE BUSINESSMAN
n.
In Ifcaty Syrup Biscuit Mix Mrs. Crosby served sand- FARMER STOCKMAN
wiches and lemonade. \ STATESMAN

22c 19c spent bliss last Marilyn week Crosby with her of roommate FSU- of. a. (iliJlJ'SH'AND.S Ya K' i

Miss Dorothy Adams, of r '
Boca GrlLn<.le. :
-MEATS- :
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Tilghman or OAOiEsruut bt

and children of Gainesville were \ "SPEAKING nOM EXPERIENCE" 3 '
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. \\ ISCompletely 3
Tender s8
Juicy Sam Mott. I
Slreak-O-'Lean I -'lIled
T-Bone or Sirloin Mrs. Lula Mae Baxter entertained for GovernorWHY
White Bacon her Sunday School class
STEAK Sunday morning with"a little egg GUESS-.i HERE'S CERTAINTYPOLITICAL
lb. hunt. .. .. .. v. .
79 39c lb.
Mia Margie Crosby enjoyedthe P. '0 AOVBMTI'''.._

weekend with Miss Tlllle Llni 000.- -4"' _
Tasty and Tender Armour'sPork mayer and Miss Marie Green of

I Roast Sma. Sausage 39c Gainesville. CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson
of Starke were visiting her par-
lb. Taires ents. Mr. and Mrs. Noon Mott
59c Pig 39c Saturday afternoon.The .

Brooker Baptist Church invites -
-PRODUCE- everyone to be present every
J Sunday: for services. Sunday

10 Iba. U. S. No. 1 POTATOES 45c preaching School begins hour at Is 10 11 a.a.m.m.and Night the

services begin with BTU at 7:30
1
Tender Green DEANS, 2 Ibs. 25c, p. nan \ concludes with preaching _. 6 bottles for 25iPlw
at 8 p. m. Please be present.An -
No. 1 Yellow SQUASH. lb. IP/ Easter egg hunt was enjoy- Deposit

,y* ( od by a number of young folks at
Fancy Winesap APPLES, 2 Ib.. 21c( tbe home of Mr: and Mrs. J. A.
? Williams last week. Those present ..,
Jar it either *** .
n, '* CRISP LETTUCE hd. lOc< were Wilbur Cone and family, sW
the
Zenoua Williams and family Rasty /ra -marlC3 mean

$\ < >JUICY ORANGES Doz. 21c Mann and family. Clyde Kelly and PHARMACIST _
family, Harley Shaw and family .0nLiD UNO" I
l-i AU'"OI"
? "
i and the Heath family. Phone 64 STARKE OP THE COCA-COLA COMPANY .r
i w, i Big Sweet GRAPEFRUIT, each. 7c I Delicious fruit punch crackers. STARKE COCA-COLA: BOTTLING
r COMPAQ
nd 'n- -. Service .. .
eggs were served by Mrs. J. -

ft I'Lt4 d :',. I .\. Williams and Mrs. Rasty Mann. ...... .. .. .. .... .,-0 o I" "TIM c..c.oo,



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.
2. 1948ergreen BRADFORD COUNTY ,.TELEORAM'. ST.\R"- FLORIDA _
rIa>ze ..
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= ville spent the day with the Russell work of the school children for --
Rvddlngs. the school year was on display. Candidate McClellan Chairman's Report 1946-47 program, gives the chap- ministration, for the Northeast

The many friends of HenrjAubrey Program ;* Spoke Here FridayAmmon Shows ExpenditureOf at ter the'A present total of time.$781.72 on hand Florida District, was among employe.
of the
Carter were surprised and 7:00: Viewing children's work agency who wore
thrilled to see him Sunday. He displayed In classrooms. McClellan citrus grower Seal Sale FundsMrs. Estimated: expenses of the local recently awarded certificates and
ire.. J. I). Qveretreete 8:00: Health Film. and cattleman, spoke In Starke program from April I, 1948 lapel emblems for ton yearn of
I Eustis arrived and last will Monday leave Friday from Camp next 8:13: : Talk, Mrs. Junius Smith.' last Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock : of. J. II. Walnwrlght, chair through March: 31, 1949 are: more of service with the U. SL
I la behalf of his man the Bradford County Tuberculosis Health Education $50 Administration Deportment of Agriculture.
candidacy for ;
able direction of Mrs. 'for Camp Stoneman, Cal. From "The Value of PTA Work in Our and
PeoUedlatea Schools." I Commissioner of agriculture. Health Assn., announced $60; School Health $200; Mr. Deal whoao district fncluJM
Midland our Young I he will ,
there probably go over. this week that the 1947- Case
and Juniors 'seas. He is "hanging up his hat" 8:30: Film "Bobby Goes"? To' The candidate, a former reading 48 seal sale totaled $ Finding and Pneumothorax Bradford, Union. St. John. Clay
J Easter I School." clerk of the Home of; 93.60.--only $15; Rehabilitation $50; Seal Sale Duval and Nassau Counties( has
Representatives -
very splendid at the Quincy Rosier home, but i 18I $27.04 less than the $620.64 total
a 8:45: advocates Expenses $60; X-ray IIIlrvt"y0: ; boon with the Department of Agriculture
Sunday morning. I was I visiting around before his departure : -- Film "Mary's Little a merit system for 1946-47.
for Scholarship $20: Total $:i00 00. for the pant 18
1 impressed by the poise for the West. Lamb. employees of the State Department :Mrs. yvm.n.
of the speakers.were 9:00: Refreshments served In of Agriculture, a state Wainwright explains that Estimated'balance to carry forward The award was made by William
grace Interspersed with I Fair sailing to you. Aubrey, cafeteria by the teachers.A purchasing department and a cen- $15.1.35: of the 1947.48 sale receipts to the 1949- O budget: $283. D. Hull, state field rrpnwetv' *
I
and safe return home some day. for
Id readings by Supt. C. a decision was made by the tral personnel office. goes participation In tntlve. who represented the Kcu-
rd. I Quite a few from our community -I.parents and teachers to organize A veteran, he travels in an Army the State and National program, Herbert Deal Given retary of Agriculture and J. A.
> went to hear the Baccalaureate / leaving a balance of $438.25: for
Jeep with
hunt in the afternoon i :a Parent and Teachers Association speaking equipment and Service Award Tex a da, Jr.. State Director of UM
g attenlled. Grownups as!I sermon at Lawtey Sunday on Thursday night. March 25: and uses a farm truck decorated with use by the county committee. Farmer Home Adminialratloo.
night. I also Ms campaign slogan to advertise Adding this to the' balance of
oungsters really enjoyedon. I to have a chicken supper. I Herbert Deal of Starke, County -

,CLUBS ARE ACTIVE his appearance $347.47 brought forward from the Supervisor! Farmers Home Ad DAN'S Till I..N

on and Mercerlyn Arm- :Miss Whigham and Mr. McClane I -
I
j Jacksonville pent the HeilbronnOPEN met with the 4-H Club boys and
Illdaya with their grand- girls Tuesday at 11 o'clock. The I I
She J. D. Overstreeta. young: people met together for I NOW GOING ON HART'S Furniture
Phillip! Sullivans were ,. group singing and then separated: Big
Lt Sunday by his par- 'HOUSR AT SCHOOL for short business meetings. Plans
I and Mrs. J. C. Sullivan The Heilbronn Elementary were discussed for the summer, .
|rother and wife, :Mr.: and School had "Open House" Thurs vacation meetings.The Ice Cream Freezers EVERYTHING
I. Sullivan, all of Jackuntlay Heilbronn Home Demon- SALE
day night, March 18 at 7:00: o'- stration Club met In the school 2 Qt 3 Qt. 4 Qt. 8 Qt REDUCED

just passed the clock. All parents and friends of I cafeteria on Wednesday and I r I

km family of Jackson- the school were Invited. The Thursday, March 24 and 29.' at 8.95 10.25 11.95 19.95
I 1:30: for the purpose of making 1

--- I aluminum trays and coasters and Lwu
etching glasses. The ladies did BOSS OIL RANGES I

ONWAY'SSERVICESTATION some beautiful work. The next
regular business meeting will beheld 5-Kurncr Console( Range Beautiful
7 at 3:00 o'clock.
April :
ne 147 Temple Ave Starke, Fla. Wouldn't you like to Join us? White Enamel Closed Front

IWASHING POLISIIING WAXING ORGANIZED: 93.00 Value Special 69.95

GREASING ELECTRIC ARC WELDING Thirty-four charter members r

rived Car-Waiihlns! To Remote Dirt Vacuum Cleaning organized the Heilbronn Springs 5-Kurncr Table Top All Porcelain h .i 1t.
Parent-Teacher Association Thurs-
J-pholKteiy Expert, Painting See Us For Estimate day night. March 2In: a meet- 159.50 Value Special 129.95 .

1.3, TUBES & BATTERIES: SOLD ON BUDGET PLAN ing at Heilbronn school. ,
(iitli DiMtt Pajments With Small Weekly Payment*. Mrs. Muriel Norman was elected r
Ice
temporary chairman and :Mrs. Refrigerator RummageOne

SEE US FOR YOUR CAR NEEDS Mildred Sapp was elected tem-
porary secretary.The at One at One at One at

LMOCO GAS and ACCESSORIES following officers were ( I
elected: 19.95 22.95 24.95 29.95BARGAINS'
BATTERIES $7.95 up EXCHANGE President Mrs. Lois Moore.
TIRES $12.75 and up EXCHANGE Vice-Pres. Tully Norman.

Secretary Mrs. Mildred Sapp.
SOFA BEDS-All Reduced
Treaa. Mrs. 'Helen Sapp.
Mrs. Moore appointed the following -
committees: I 79.50 84.50 112.00 120.00

Committee for preparing bylaws VAMH; VAM'K VALUE VAM'r
: Mrs. Pearl Norman, Mrs. NOW NOW NOW NOW
Lois Cox Mrs\ Ruth Reddish.
EIfOX'IGOAfEJfDSlIINlltIE
59.50 63.50 79.95 89.50
K) Program Committee: Mrs. Louise -
Norman, Mr. P. D. Reddish,
SPAdE Eldon Sapp. : \1) AND ONLY
The regular meetings will be VERYTHIS
WILL BUY ANYSpecial
held on the second Thursday \r
night In each month. I
$fHE The Starke PTA presented a 4 Table Lamp
"PIE check for $2.50( to' the room having CASH
of : :3-I'iece WALNUT PANEL BED 4 Drawer INTIIK,8TOKKHo
the largest percentage parents
and friends present. Mrs. Chest Drop Center Vanity With Round Mirror.
RIHSI'dE Louise Crosby's 3rd and 4th $I
1TdHE/I grades won the 250. 98.50 Val.Yours for only 69.95 e

At the close of the business a a
meeting everyone was Invited Into MAPLE BEDUOOM_ SUITE Twin lied! -

the cafeteria to enjoy a chick Large 4 Drawer Chest Beautifully Finished
en supper.As _
Vanity with Large Square Mirror
noon ,as the chicken was
(! "hidden" Mrs. Jessie Young, Gen 149.50 Value ONLY :II 995
eral Supervisor of schools, showed -
Illllllll J Js three films, "WaterFrlend or
Enemy?", "Something You Didn't LARGE WALNUT SUITE Panel Bed Extra ?,.'. .

Eat" and "Aladdin's Wonderful Large Plate Glass Mirror on Vanity 5-Drawcr
"
Lamp. !
Chest
Friday wag Easter at our school
TIle children en toyed the Easter: 229.50 Val. A Closeout :I 9.95
1 1e Egg: Hunts and Easter parties.

CEMETERY WORKING: 4Pc. WALNUT VENEER SUITE Consists of eg;

Panel Bed Large Chestrobe Extra Large
There will be a Cemetery Working -
Vanity Drop-front Plate Glass Mirror Must
: at Ei'y's Chapel; Cemetery,
Friday, April 9. All interested He Seen To lie Appreciated / +4

persons are asked, to come prepared -
to work. 225.00 Val. Extra Special :l69. 5

-A. P. Hale
Compare tht lii of
1 th.interior of th.*.... EVERY BEDROOM SUITEIN
Gnril Electric Space

Ih.Makvr right i Refrigerator with an aver on ELECTJ. THE STORE REDUCED I

Med.l ass fngvracor ifx-cubic-foot on the Ief re-,. You tinrA. \ New I.IUnif Room "Null' ?

N0.g You C'unitftt IJuy For IHI. ,\nyIIrr....
I- 1 SEMINOLE: 89 I co
GENERAL @ELECTRIC Porch Rockers 2-PIece Wine or Blue \'I J.U] Only .
SUMMER: : HUGS
Were ]10.93:;
rok 4 6x9 9.95 $2JO.()() Wine Staljfe Velour Suite
f'mx Now You Can Buy 2 lieautiful I'iecen to (.'<> At Only 169.S53Piece
Space MakerRefrigerators .. (Value 25.00) Them For

9x12 15.95. "FIBRE( SUITE ConsistH of
98 50
(Value 49.30)/ ) 6.95 I Settee and 2 Comfortable Chairs Only .


i Every Living Room Suite In This Store Is Specially

Pkl Rummage on Cedar Chests Priced For This Sale

ere'i i no need for you to shop and compare. This IS the nttig- Were 49.50 '- NOW 25.95 as is
toe for you. lha new. 1947 General Electric Spec Maker EXTRA EXTRA SPECIAL
rigeretor. The revolutionary design glyes uNbitl I
you erne
hr tgeartdo.4 cub'I,""*. spate is tbs *.... bftcbes )"or if***. r'c i r Kitchen Cabinets INNERSPRINGMattresses" ;. Any FLOOR LAMP In The Store for I 12.95
, ../'<,."."<*seorage apace Instead ol us.Look k
de (AMI THIS AD) CASH
tbir
I Brat Porcelain
All White Enamel
new General Electric Refrigerator and see for
rself f 7hia new advance in household refrigerators ii mad Table Storage Cabinet _
Bible by improved design< and engineering of General Electric' Flour Sifter Cutlery While They Last Larare DROP LEAF: TABLE ALL HARDWOOD

cusp hermetically al t.d-io-iUer:-refrigerating. unit. Drawer and Bread Box. Nicely Finished 59.9.1: Value SPECIAL 29.95


w ;, ;JY ";y,;,.j."*"'f y $.abd-le..r..l ....II.nl... fro\\V6 49.95 Only 19.95 ROLLAWAY liED With Cotton Mattress

> AII-itMl cabinet >. R. KELLYAS ONLY WHIM TIIKY LA 4T 29..s
Ov.ntz.d Irw..f .

4 fafre..p Mat Jrawvr YOUR EXTRA EXTRA SPECIAL I ,
Ample 1Iott//.'long.k4t 6.75 to 8.95: Value Admiral] Battery

Hgh-h! "mldlty' fruit and Tax Collector METAL BEDS Double or SingleCOIL .
vg.taM. drawrt PICTURES Radios Value 'Jf>.9.
SPRING AND 1000 IIr. Battery at 3.00
| COW IN TODAY AND LEE THI NEW GENERAL mmlC COTTON MATTRESSES Onlv 37.95 SLIGHTLY DAMAGED'
SWCI
MAKII UniGIRATOIS WllrLB THEY LAST TOTAL For Roth19.95

FULL LINE G. E. APPLIANCESFOR 1. lie Is Capable ONLY 1.95 No flatteries sold ..wporaMjr 93

IMMEDIATE: DELIVERY HART
2. He is Experienced Unfinished. .
"TilE BEST COSTS LESS"J. '
3. lie is WorthyHe Nite Stand I. Your

EXCLUSIVEP HART Furniture Co.
Hard
All
S Drawers -
McGriSf I,* tra'nnt In County Mattn -*.
EZ to Flnl"h
-
of Finance and Go. m-i. PHI LeO
"Better Furniture For Le r
meat and be win appreciateyour
Corner Temple Ave, &: Pratt Street vote and support Were 8.95 Dealer
121 Call Street Phone 80
SUrke Fla4PftIL .
(Paid Pol. Adv.) NOW 4.95 STARKE
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Bradford County Telegraph Brooker Lawtey State Farm REELECT J. L. SILCOX

By Mra.! Bryan {{'idtflek'COMMUNITY
By 1. II. FlitchBAC'CALAURBATE Constable For Bradford
E. L. MATTHEWS. OWNM-EDITOH/ By Helen Harry
ESTDU'JHED 1877 County
.
.
and Entered aa Second . .
tnbDhn4. Every FridayMatter CLUB MEETING YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT
SERMONThe :
(::1-, at the TostMEMBER Office at Starke Fla.p' lURTIIDAY Friends and DINNER relatives of Mra. Baccalaureate'Sermon'! of I Spring flowers were used In WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATEDPaid

,Lizzie Green enjoyed a birthday ,the Lawtey Junior High Schoolwas decorating for the CommunityClub'a ( Pol. Adv.
meet- )
1948 In the school audi- interesting program
I I dinner and egg hunt in her honorat delivered
the home of Mr. and Mrs torium last Sunday evening to a Ing last Tuesday afternoon. Misses
Brs6rrr1ptkm $2 Annually '1.10 For SU Months Robert Green in Lake BuUer on large and appreciative audienceby Billie McCalley. Sue Ann Lang-
V Sunday March 28. The dinner Rev. G. V. Lee of the Lawtey ford, Barbara Mizell and Ann .
Church. Rev. C. B. North Roberts of Lake Butler, talented
served on the front lawn and Baptist
'+ TAXFAlmN'T VOLUNTARY EITHER was Miss Doris Hodgea of Jacksonville assisted with the services.Mr. I pupils of Mrs. Joe 11111 Williams\ BICYCLE SHOE

Elder Statesman Bernard M. Baruch added his voice returned thanks. Lee 'chose for Ills subject, of that town, rendered vocal and *

this week M< the preponderance of testimony from high sources The egg hunt was enjoyed laterIn "Jacob and his partnership withGod" piano those pieces present that Mrs.were J.enjoyed A. Bou-by REPAIRING' REP AI

I in favor of Universal Military Training and the draft as the afternoon and while eating He said that many people vier, President presided over the !
of and cake, today are unhappy' because they
refreshments eggs I
.
preparedness measures.Mr. preceding business hour at which
necessary refuse to take God as a partner..
cracked a raw egg on
Baruch's arguments were based on the cool logic someone Samuel Parrlah'a head. Samuel j,'He told the class that the secret I II : time plans were made for the We Make Keys
become noted and respected as an advisoron !I Barn Dance to be sponsored by
for which he has the and also got it of successful living Is learning to
brought/ egg the Club on April 8. Mrs W. G. .
I ---
matters of national policy. back! I live with others. He urged the 000---- -
Another highly esteemed statesman, Joseph C. Grew, this occasion class to choose the right kind of Stringfellow and Mrs. M. R. I GOODS"
Those enjoying SPORTING !tM
hostesses
Holmes this
,, former Ambassador to Japan speaking before a recent conference with the honoree and hosts were I I I associates to aim high in life. Ho\ were on oc-

of Governors in New York, answered) the criticism Mr. and Mrs. Joe Green and' said It takes a man to be a man with casion Russian and served tea. a salad course e _____.._ .. ____-.y
the effect that Universal Military Training I but almost anybody can be a bum.
sometimes heard to children Mr. and Mrs. Olen Par- I
i In conscription/ and is therefore contrary to the rlsh, Pete DukeH, Frank and Jes- He spoke at length about thorough BRIDGK: CLUB MEETING &
can way of life. He said: Ameri.1 sle James, Mr. and Mrs. Roy I preparation for life. but I Mrs J. G. Godwin entertainedthe Biggs : Baker
"Our jurisprudence does not rest on a Green and children, Mrs N. G.stressed!' the fact that no education State Farm Bridge Club at
not based a voluntary taxpaying I Hayes and eon W. H., Jeannette' Is complete unless! there Is a her home Wednesday afternoon
Our taxes are on
system. CALL
system. Our educational system is compulsory. I Parrlnh, Alma Tetstone, and many definite place for God. 10f last week. Her arrangementsof 105 W. ST. STARKE,p

"UMT would simply be compulsory education in self- others. I I Strawberries are coming to mar sweet peas, calla lilies and .
ket and bringing a fair price.It spires enhanced the beauty of the
are
defense! and in the defense of home and country a purpose IlIO I).\V AT DEDNMembers and
sun parlor living room where
that have
is
reported some
much more significant in consequences than many other of the Dedan Church
Men lie dead in Europe and the School and a large sold for better than 911. The the games were played. Upon
forms of compulsion. and Sunday
arrival the guests served
were
of the berries has
Improved
Pacific today because their fellow-Americans were not train number of visitors attended services -,I quality ed the yield Is better than peach pie a la mode with coffee. "The People's Choici
ed in time or in sufficient numbers in peacetime to come to there Sunday, morning. last week. In contract Mrs M. E. Griner
their assistance." After the services while the I won high prize and Mrs. H. M.
have tried to the same grownups remained in the church I Misses Easley and Gwendolyn
Many other spokesmen say Miss Rlcharde won second high. Mrs.
Shuford and their friends
thing, but no one has expressed it quite so well as Mr. Grew. for a song service the children en-, June Holt Miss Viola Carson, and C. M. Turney was holder of the
all time those who joyed an egg hunt on the grounds. card in Each Nominated I bythe'r| ,
Ilia line of reasoning should silence for At 12 o'clock an old fashioned Louis Carson, all of Appomattox, lucky bingo. award ?
protest that UMT would be an abridgement of personal basket dinner was spread under Va.. spent Easter with friends was an attractive piece of pot- State Democratic Executive .sx

rii" =hts". the trees. and relatives here Mr. and Mrs. tery. Committee, representing -" ni

----- ------ .; The congregation gathered a-I Jake Shuford also of Appomattox -i I During the Easter holidays Jim- (; the citizens of
I
II I gain In the church at 2:30: to hear have been In Lawtey for an mie and Carolyn Bradley visited each county, and given

REFINEMENTIn the sermon by the; pastor, Rev. C. I extended visit, and will remain Mr. and Mrs Vance Geiger at nearly 200,000 votes in
Ardell for I some time yet. I I
A. Crosby Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville Beach. Bradley Geiger -
every necessary detail in a Service Crosby of Starke were present In Mr. and Mrs. Russell of Hell- who Is a student at Clemson, the 1946 !general election .
available locally and widely known the morning and led the song ser- bronn were Sunday guests of the 'Was also the guest of his parentsat Ed Fraser certainly"can
for its modest cost its wholesome Rasmus mans. this time. consider himself i i "

courtesy, and always tactful sympathy. vice.All who attended will have Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dlnklns Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier "The People's Choice."

nlaasant memories of this Easter and ion of Gainesville were guestsof spent Easter Sunday with Mr. and
.. Day.. Mrs: Dinkins' parents, Mr. and Mra. Cecil McRae and family In A LEGAL TECHNICALITY -
Mrs. J. M. Browning.Rev. McIntosh. WHICH BARRED -
The Junior, Sunday School classof '
DEWITT C. JCiNI"C" the Brooker Baptist Church C. B. North visited his Mrs T. A. Wicker and baby HIM FROM OFFICE -

I 8TARKB PHon TAaCBULANCB held an egg hunt at the Com- brother in Pierson several days daughter. Dianne, returned to NO LONGER EX- ,,
this week. their home in Atlanta, Ga., Fri-
SERVICE munity Center Saturday after ISTS. ,__._
day following ten .
noon. Annette Green found the Miss Blithe Collins of the school a days' stay
Funeral Director prize egg and received a box of faculty spent Easter at her homein with Rev. and Mrs. U A. Shep

Raster Refreshments Gainesville.The I herd.Mr.
candy.
Our local funeral homi enables us to were Ninth Grade visited the and Mra. J. C. Wallace '
served following the hunt. .E CT
C :
I RE-EL
offer conveniences and services not High School In Starke last Tues- spent the Easter holidays with
otherwise available.w. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry were relatives In Jacksonville.
dinner guests of,Mr. and Mra. C. day.The Baptist Sunday School had Mra. C.: D. Sellers and daughter EDWIN G. (ED) FRASER

durnlih! the hlghea: type service at the lowest prices an] C. Deea in Alachua Sunday. an Easter egg hunt last Sunday Patricia Willard, visited Mrs.

aeift ANT life Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANT eon Misses Marie Edwards and Jean- afternoon. The Methodist Sunday. Emma Rivers In Auburndale during COMPTROLLER
.. In Consultation"an nette Gremer of Jacksonville spent School egg bunt was held I the Easter vacation. STATE
( y, aa payment part or In full on a fu era1. "
..tea no obt1 stton.,, the weekend with their parents day afternoon. satur.l. Miss Helen Whltfleld spent last (Political Adv. Paid for by Local Friends of Ed Fnwrl!]
here. I I Miss. Griffis and Mrs. weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Milo
Mr. and .Mra. Herbert Croft tertained their First Grades withan Selgler In Monticello.
., and family of Chlldersburg, Ala.,I II I egg hunt on thq t school campus I
I I spent the Easter holidays with last Friday.. >-. I 4p e 4 r
i relatives here. I I Mr. Joyce Futch'a Fifth Grade
""Fruttcrest 15 SO Ib.
Miss Madge Bless la spending a enjoyed a picnic lunch together
Pure few days with Mr. and Mra. 'at the noon hour last Monday.:!
Cans Frank Polk of Trenton. Miss Marguerite Wainwright of
I Mr. and Mrs. Pasco Green and FSU, spent Easter here with her
GrapePBSflfVBS Pure children of Zellwood and Mrs Essie parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wain- WHERE THERE'S COKETHERE'S

.....- Waters of Gainesville were wright.
weekend guests of. Mr. and Mrs Miss Lou Edwards and :Mr. and
Lard25C Buddie Russ. Mr. and Mrs. Lean. Mrs. W. H. Edwards, Jr.. all of
I der Parrish of Trenton were also Jacksonville, spent Easter with
,
dinner guests at the Russ home their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will

Sunday. I Edwards !
HOSPITALI
Mr. and Mra. Norman Rogers Mrs. J. H. Moore was able to
Ua. Jar 13.00FRIDAY and son, Ronnie Lee, of Jackson-I attend Easter services at the
yule were Easter guest Methodist Church lattt Sunday.
Sonera' parents :Mr. and Mrs. J. Mrs. Moore has been confined to
& SATURDAY APRIL 2 -3 R. Parrlnh. Ronnie Lee celebrated -) her home for several months and
his third birthday anniversary her many friends were glad to see ,
BAI LAnD'S SELF-RISING Saturday afternoon with a chil- her In her place at church.
"' dren's party. Billy Edwards of Orange Park "

[FLOUR '25 Ibs 2.25! Mr. and Mrs. Royace Gainey attended Church In Lawtey last :r 7 ... ,', .
Mr. and Mrs Larson Mintz. and Sunday.
i Mr. and Mrs. Abe Crosby, and the
Easier, White Wash Wilson's CertifiedOleomargarine children of all three! couples, were DAN'S THE MAN ; IT :
Easter of ti .
guests Lee Gainey. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Oxydol or Duz The RAs and GAs held their .,
(I'ncolornl) meetings Monday night at the You demand MORE
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby -
35c 37c There were two new members .fuuiLIAL 1UU1Ul./
Lb. I'kg. .tL:
in the GA and six in theRA.

I, After separating Into different The MAN Himself Mast
M' nO.MAC For Quick Biscuits: groups for a period of \V Have Prwvem Ability Mss S k
,.' I Georgia Peaches Jiffy study, the members reassembledand STATEWIDE BUSINESSMAN" ado 3o. F
A,. Mrs. Crosby served sand- FARMER ,
In lI..a"7 Syrup Biscuit Mix wiches and lemonade. STATESMAN- STOCKMAN 51arcs. I- '

Miss Marilyn Crosby of FSU -. iI4
'," ZZC 19cI spent last week with her room- if. a. (I1i1JJrSHAND.5 2 S

mate, Miss Dorothy Adams, of j
Boca Giande.
: -MEATS- :\11''. and Mrs. Mike Tilghman or OAorcavuLi:

I.. and children of Gainesville were \ "SHAKING fROM EXFflUENCE" q ,
weekend guesta of Mr. and Mrs. \ ISCempietely
Tender Juicy Sam Mott.
Q"'lIled
Streak-O Lean '
,, T-Bone or SirloinSTEAK 1 Mrs. Lula Mae Baxter enter- for Governor ,. *
White Bacon tained her Sunday School class 11 .
(; '_. Sunday morning with 'a little egg WHY GUESS'."-.' HERE'S CERTAINTY jxaKf
... '. .. ... .
.
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1* tmnt. v w r rP w
79* 39o lb.
,, Miss Margie Crosby enjoyedthe I > 'O POLITICAL AOVS.TI.EMUNT -

weekend with Miss Tillle Llnz-: 6'T.. J I 8eptt 4SZy tI ffit
; Tasty and Tender Armour'aI' mayer and 1Io1sIarle! Green of
Smo. Sausage 39c Gainesville.Mr. .
Pork Roast
\ and Mra. Edgar Wilkinson CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION

F Fresh of Starke were visiting, her par-

S9c ib. Pig Tails 39c ents.Saturday Mr.afternoon.and Mra. Noon Mott / ,

'
I The Brooker Baptist Church invites -
I E
-PRODUCE- everyone to be present every
I S 'h (I- I Sunday for services. Sunday '
School begins at 10 a. m. and the w 51c. !
rl : 10 lb. U. S. No 1 POTATOES 4Sc preaching hour la 11 a. m. Night ; ,

services begin with BTU at 7:30
Tender Green DEANS, 2 lbs. 2Sc I P. m. and concludes with preaching -
at 8 p. m. Please be present.An 6 bottles for 25

; No. 1 Yellow SQUASH lb. 10 Easter egg hunt was enjoyod Plus Deposit
by a number of young folks at

1 ; Fancy Winesap APPLES, 2 lb.. 21c the home of Mr: and Mrs. J. A. 'I

Williams last week. Those present Ask for it either way: "
,'i ',,1: LETTUCE hd. 10c were Wilbur Cone and family,
CRISP the sarntIf
Zenoua WUliama and family Rasty trade-marks mean
Mann and family. Clyde Kelly and PHARMACISTPhone
Doz.
ORANGES, - 21c
JUICY -
family Harley Shaw and family OTTIIO \
J UNDO
t, 1 and the Heath family. 64 STARKE AUTHO.ITT or IHI COCA-COIA COMPANY IV
'a"' Big Sweet GRAPEFRUIT, each 7c Delicious fruit punch crackers STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING

:and eggs were served by Mrs. J. On-the-Minit Service ... .COMPANY

if ifI { I A. Williams and Mra.\ Raaty Mann. ___ "' ..An.. "'--0 0 tv.e,.... t. '

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2. 19t8 BRADFORD COUNTY ,TKLEGKAPII. STARKE. FLORIDA
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ville spent the day with the Rus- work of the school children for h
Candidate McClellan Chairman's Report 1046-47 program, gives the chap- ministration for
sell Reddlnga. the school year was on display.I the N rthea4-
The many friends of Henry i Program Spoke Here FridayAmmon Shows ExpenditureOf at ter the a total of $781.72 on hand Florida District, was among employees -
time.
ergreen Aubrey Carter were surprised and 7:00 Viewing children's work present of the agency who serer
thrilled to see him Sunday. He displayed In classrooms. McClellan, citrus: grower Seal Sale Funds Estimated expenses of the local recently awarded certificates and
|Irf. J. 1). averntreet arrived last Monday from Camp I 8:00: Health Film. and cattleman, spoke In Starke program from April 1, 1948 lapel emblems for ten ycnni" of
I # .* Euatls and will leave Friday next 8:13: Talk, Mrs. Junius Smith. last Friday afternoon at 2 o'clockin Mrs.of J. H. Wainwright, chair- through March 31, 1949 are: more of service with the U. S.
able direction of Mrs. for Camp Stoneman, Cal. From "The Value of PTA Work In Our behalf of his candidacy for man the Bradford County Tuberculosis Health \Education: $50; Administration Department of Agriculture.
me cielland our Young Peo- there he will probably go over- Schools." Commissioner of agriculture.The this and Health Asan., announced $60; School Health $200; ),rr. Deal, whose district Inclwini
Eiediates and Juniors seas. He is "hanging up his hat" 8:30: Film "Bobby Goes To candidate, a former reading I 48 seal sale totaled week that the 194T- Cane Finding and Pneumotltorax B.ic"'<'rd, Union St. John, CUy.
Easter School." clerk of the House of 93.60--only $15; Rehabllatatlon $50; Seal Sale Duval, and Nassau Counties, has
a very splendid at the Quincy Rosier home, but l II' ;, Representatives $27.04 less than the total
Sunday morning. I was visiting around before his departure 8:45: Film "Mary's Little advocates a merit system for 1948-47. $620.64 Expenses $60; X-ray survey $50: ; been with the Department of AgriCulture
impressed by the poise for the West. Lamb." for employees of the State De- Scholarship $20: Total $30300.: for the pant 18 year
of the speakers.were I I Fair to 9:00: Refreshments served In partment of Agriculture, a state Mrs. Wainwright explains that Estimated balance to carry for- The award, was made by William
grace Interspersed with sailing you. Aubrey cafeteria by the teachers.A !. purchasing department and a cen- 1153.35 of the 1047-43 sale receipts ward to the 1049-50 budget: $283. II. Hull state field reprene.ratative *
and safe return home some day.
a
: for
readings fey Supt. C. decision was made by the tral personnel office.A goes participation in who represented the Secretary -
d Quite a few from our community the State and National
rd. I parents and teachers to organizea veteran, he travels in an Army program Herbert Deal Given of Agriculture and J. A.
went to hear the Baccalaureate Jeep with leaving a balance of $438.25 for
hunt in the afternoon I Parent and Teachers Associationon speaking equipment and Texada, Jr., State Director ofFarmer t.U
attended.g Grownups as! sermon at Lawtey Sunday Thursday night March 29, and uses a farm truck decorated with use by the county committee. Service Award Home AdminietratoaIN'S

mgsters really enjoyedon. I night. also to have a chicken supper. his campaign slogan to advertise Adding this to the balance of Herbert Deal of Starke. County -

I"", . CLUBS ARE ACTIVE his appearance. $347.47 brought forward from the Supervisor, Farmers Home Ad- Tin M.1.V

,n and Mcrcerlyn Arm- i Miss WhiKham and Mr. McClanc
Jacksonville spent the Heilbronn met with the 4-H Club boys and
illdaya with their grand- girls Tuesday at 11 o'clock. The
ie J. D. Overstreets. young people met together for NOW GOING ON -
Phillip Sullivans weret .'. . group singing and then separatedfor HART'S Big Furniture
< Sunday by his par- OPEN HOUSE AT SCHOOL short business meetings. Plans
and Mrs. J. C.,Sullivan The Heilbronn Elementary 'were discussed for the summer
wife Mr. and I Ice Cream Freezers EVERYTHING
and .
rather School had "Open House" Thurs- vacation meetings.The
I. Sullivan, all of Jack- Heilbronn Home Demon-
day night. March 18 at 7:00: o'- stration Club met in the school II 2 Qt. 3 Qt. oS Qt 8 Qt REDUCED S 4LE1

kunday Just passed the clock. All parents and friends of cafeteria on Wednesday and I I I
fshln family of ,Jackson the school were invited. The Thursday, March 24 and 29, at 8.95 10.25 11.95 19.95
1:30: for the purpose of making
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aluminum trays and coasters and
etching glasses. The ladles did BOSS OIL RANGES MIA

[ONI AY'S SERVICE STATIONe some beautiful work. The next
regular business meeting will beheld 5-IIurner Console Range Beautiful
April 7 at 3:00: o'clockWouldn't .
147 Temple Ave Starke, Fla. you like to Join us? White Enamel Closed Front'

CASHING POLISHING WAXING PTA OKGANIZKD 93.00 Value Special 69.95

LEASING *' ELECTRIC ARC WELDING Thirty-four charter members

rived t'ar-Washlnje To Remove Dirt Vacuum Cleaning organized the Heilbronn Springs K-Durner Table Top All Porcelain w, )
Parent-Teacher Association Thurs-
'phol"te"y Export Painting See Us For EstimateS day night March 23, in a meet 159.50 Value Special 129.95

TUBES: & BATTERIES SOLD ON BUDGET PLAN ing at Heilbronn school.
{null 00.0 Payments With !Small Wevkly Payment l. Mrs. Muriel Norman was elected
temporary chairman and Mrs. Ice Refrigerator Rummage
SEE US FOR YOUR CAR NEEDS Mildred Sapp was elected tem-
porary secretary.The One at One at One at One at
MOCO GAS and ACCESSORIES following officers were (
elected: 19.95 22.95 24,95 29.95
BATTERIES $7:95'up: EXCHANGE President Mrs. Lois Moore.
TIRES $12.75 and up EXCHANGE Vice-Pres. Tully Norman.

Treas.Secretary- -Mrs.Mrs.Helen Mildred Sapp.Sapp. SOFA BEDS-All Reduced I

Mrs. Moore appointed the fol-
lowing committees: 79.50VALIK 84.50VAM'K 112.00VAM'K 120.0OVAi.rr 1

Committee for preparing by- ; ': ':
laws: Mrs. Pearl Norman, Mrs. NOW NOW NOW NOW
ll1FDflIJDTIIKAU
Mrs. Ruth Reddish.
Lois Cox
59.50 63.50 79.95 89.50.
KfJKENEIif'IG Program Committee: Mrs. Lou-
ise Norman, Mr. P. D. Reddish,
SPAdE',11IE '. Eldon Sapp. All AND ONLY "
The regular meetings will be VERYTill
WILL, BUY ANY
held on the second Thursday t\rt
night/ in each month. I
BARGAINS'
Table
SfJE The Starke PTA presented a Lamp
/ check for $2.50 to the room havIng SpecialHII
3-Piece WALNUT PANEL BED 4 Drawer 1VTIIK8TOKEDo
the largest percentage of parents -
dE and friends present. Mrs. Chest Drop Center Vanity With Round Mirror.
FtJIf.I' Louise Crosby's 3rd and 4th
'lTdHEII grades won th.-$2.50. .. 98.50 Val..- Yours for only 6995 a

At the close/ of the business
meeting everyone was Invited into MAPLE IJEDllOOM. SUITE Twin Beds -
tho cafeteria to enjoy a chicken -
Large 4 Drawer Chest Beautifully Finished
supper.As tier,
noon .as the chicken was Vanity with Large Square Mirror
'hidden"' Mrs. Jessie Young General d
149.50 Value ONLY II 9.95
Supervisor of schools show-
fll/illlll I ed three films, "Water-i-Frlend or 4a
Enemy?", "Something You Didn't LARGE WALNUT SUITE Panel lied Extra

Eat," "and "Aladdin's Wonderful Large Plate Glass Mirror on Vanity 5-Drawer
Lamp.
Ill.rr Friday was Easter at our school.The Chest! .r s xFt

children enjoyed the aster: 229.50 Val. A Closeout %%9.95 1
I Egg: Hunts and Easter parties.

R CEMETERY WORKING 4-Pc. WALNUT VENEER SUITE Consists of

Panel Ikd Large Chestrobe Extra 'Large
+tg There will be a Cemetery Work-,
Plate Glass; Mirror Must
Eif'V's Vanity Drop-front -
In a Friday)., April 9. All Interested lie Seen To Be Appreciated
persons are asked,,to como pre- t F, {
16995
pared to work 225.00 Val. Extra Special

Comport lh. .'.. olth -A. P. Hale

1 .interior of the ruse EVERY BEDROOM SUITE
.
G ti f il' Electric Spie
Maker Refrigerator on
th.right/ with "'s.xcuh.cI ot rcIrigeracor -
Nod.l
on lb. left You NI"t'CI"! New l.l\lnj Room Suit
ND-S
You C'unnnt Buy For Less Anywliern.

GENERAL ELECTRIC SUMMER SEMINOLE: RUGS Porch Rockers 2-Piece Wine or Blue VKKOUU Only 89.50

Were 10.95
6x9 9.95 $210.00 Wine Static Vdour Suite
New You C'on Buy 2 Beautiful Piece to (;0 At Only 169.95
Space MakerRefrigerators (Value 23.00)
Th.-m For
9x12 15.95. 3-Piece i FIHKE SUITE Consign of
98 50
(Value 49.50): 6.95 Settee and 2 Comfortable (:'hairs Only .


Every Living Loon Suile In This Store la Specially

Rummage on Cedar Chests Priced For This Sale

"*'' nneed for you to shop aDd compare.'This IS the relrl.or .- Were 49.50 '- NOW 25.95 as is
tor you the new, 1947 General Electric Space Make EXTRA EXTRA. SPECIAL
"Kerator. The revoluUooary design gives you .".-,hi"d mart
hr cubit'J/""* "<".* >P otc. i* '*. "* Uttktn floor ,pMf. Kitchen 'Cabinets INNER-SPUING Any FLOOR LAMP In The Store for 12.95
"'of r'I"IIl..tI"orage ip.ce Instead ol si..look
I -
'de ,
this (AND TillS \0) CASH!
General Electric All White Enamel Porcelain
ff"Bew Refrigerator and see for
Mattresses
tself.
nihl.Y u flew advance III household refrigerators is mad. Table Storage Cabinet _
in,,,, improved design" and engineering of General Elec trie's Flour Sifter Cutlery While They Last Large DROP LEAFTAHLE; ALL HARDWOOD
hermeticalljr SMtJIedinsteelrefrigerating.. : : waiL Drawer and Bread Box. Nicely Finished, 59.95 Value SPECIAL 29.9.1:

;; -f Seoled-.I' ....".ftl.. Val. 69JSONOW 19.95 ,
49.95 Only ROLLAWAY BED With Cotton Mattress" ,,

.. >ll-tl..l lOnrrfnd cob'ft.fra'..'., I; J R. KELLY ONLY WHILE THKY LAST Z9 .5

f Extra dtp im.t drawer' AS YOUR EXTRA EXTRA SPECIAL '
Ample bottl '>tafaflHlghhumldlty 6.75 to 8.95 Value Admiral Battery

; lv i fruit .ndg Tax Collector METAL BEDS Double or SingleCOIL ..
> Radios Value 46.95
.. .tabl. drawers' PICTURES -
y SPRINGS AND 1000 Hr. at 3.00
COMI Battery
IN TODAY AND MAXII Sit THI NIW CMEUl IUCTIKSMO e COTTON MATTRESSES Only 37,95 SLIGHTLY DAMAGED'

UfMGCIATOU WHILE THEY LAST TOTAL For Hoth19.95

FULL LINE G. E. APPLIANCESFOR > 1. He Is Capable ONLY 1.95 No Ilatterlett' M...>!rf separately at $3
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
2. He is Experienced Unfinished HART ,
"THE BEST COSTS LESS"J. "
3. He is Worthy Nite Stand I* YourS

EXCLUSIVEPHILC HART Furniture Co.
Drawer* AH Hard
McGriSi He 1 Is tra'nni In County Mafia
.. ten of Finance a.d Oore*..w I Wood EZ to Finish O -
'Better Furniture For Lea"121
meat and lie wirj appreciateyour
Corner Temple Ave., & Pratt Street vote and support. Were 8.95NOW Dealer
(Paid PoL Adv.) 4.95 Call Street Phone 80 Starke, Fla.I .
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Il SOCIETY and CLUBS IMr. & Mrs. Norman Mrs. Faulk Hostess I Farewell Supper UDC Will MeetThe with. Ed his Cole parents spent, last

Mr,
} On Golden At Bridge LuncheonIn For Dr. CovingtonThe W, T. Weeks' Chapter, J. M. Cole, In Lake City Ii,

UDC will be entertained Wednes .__
Granada HomeMra. --
Wedding AnniversaryMr. personnel of the Health day afternoon April 7, at 3:30o'clock : I
Methodist Circles I Business CircleThe Departments\ of Union, Clay and at the West Madison ELECT
and Mrs. F. M. Norman of M. H. Faulk was hostessat Bradford Counties entertainedat
To Meet Monday Business Woman's Circleof the Vanderbilt section were honored a delightful one o'clock bridge Satur Street residence of Mrs. JuniusM. P.
farewell
a supper party D
.
Smith. Mrs. J. E. Wilson will ,
the First Baptist Church will I on their Golden Wedding anniversary luncheon Wednesday of last weekat Dr. A. Y.
j The Methodist WSCS will con conduct the regular monthly business Sunday, March 27, witha her Granada home in :Jacksonville Covington.day evening The honoring setting for the be co-hostess with Mrs. Smith. (Pete)

duct the regular program and and program meeting Tues surprise dinner given by their at which time she honored a party was at the home of Mr. The organization business Will have its Red b
H social meetings Monday, April 5, children. few of her Starke friends. monthly and social meetIng
day night,' April 6, at 7:30: 0' and Mrs. Eustis McKnIght on at that time.
at 3:30 pm. clock in the church annex. The house was decorated with Artistic arrangements of cam Lafayette Street, and the menu SHERIFF
Mrs. W. :J, Churchwell will be quantltlea of gladioli and other ellias and white gladioli were featured chicken) filed on an open "' II Ill+lllllnNIIIIWIIIIIII IIII- I
battens to Circle One (Mrs. O. L. Haynes Leader) at her home on spring flowers and the outdoor placed at vantage points through tlreplace. < OF BRADFORD COlNatlv"

( table, where dinner was served, out the lower floor of the home.
..-.----.-",- -,- North Church Street. The honored guest was a recipient 'iit!
was centered with a beautiful The four card tables, where "
Circle Two (Mrs. F. H. Long,,', of a sport Jacket and sport rK
three-tiered wedding cake. guests were seated for luncheon,
ELECTE. Leader) will be entertained bj,I Outdoor games were enjoyedduring were overlaid with white linen bers shirt of presented the staffs.to him by mem .

Mrs :J. t(. Rltch at her home on I the afternoon and Mr. and cloths) and each was centered withan I IiSun.
Dr. Covington to his / Mon. Aprd 4-6
reported ,
Kingsley Lake. Mrs.,Norman were presented witha arrangement of Kumasaki II!

E. W. HAYES i r- wonderful surprise gift -an camellias and wistaria. new Health post at with West tha Palm State Beach Boardof on BRUTE FORCE i

\,, AUTOMOBILE' electric pump. Following luncheon, bridge was''April 1st. Mrs. Covington and I I ***f
Those enjoying) the event with Burt ancaMtrr, !:has. Btckford
enjoyed and scores were kept on +
LIABILITY I the son, Irvin will[ join him at the end
INSURANCE honor guests were Mr. and jj
.Tax Assessor Although not rompulxony It Ismurk Mrs. II. L. Norman and children, hand-painted tallies which[ re-I of the school year. .f F ? ,

safer to carry Liability James, Euston and Gloria, Mr. peated the camellia motif At 1I Among the guests present from Tuf iiboVLT

i Insurance. I represent only old and Mrs. W. B. Bloodsworth and conclusion of the game, an antique Starko were Mr, and Mrs. W.'W. I

line, rt-llabla .'cM'k companies. 1 children, Carolyn, Sullivan, Quen- pressed glass bowls with dusting Thurman, Mr. and Mrs James

Your business>> will he appreci I ton, Glenda, and Gwendolyn of powder was presented to Mrs? Preston, Miss Hazel Fields and SNATCHER .
,
ated. Raiford, Mrs. Lottie Edwards and Mrs. Walter King.
Arthur Newkirk as reward for Boris Karloff, Jtcla ,
LugorlAlva
120 W. Call Street son, Harry, of Brooker, Mrs. Mattie -
Ellis and children Ina Lee and making high score. Mrs. Cecil Mrs. W. M. 'Walnwrlght and "Pelican Pranks". e
i Oppoxlte Bradford Co. Telegraph J "Let U8 Latin" & News
Grady, of "family of Tallahassee Easter
Worthington Springs Powell won second high and re were
I'hono 154 Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Norman and craved a set of satin sachet-fllled guests of Mr. and Mrs. :J. R ;:; Wed. Thurs.. -April 7 8 j

N. D. Wninwri>;ht. Jr children, Faye and Gayle, of Tallahassee coat In of'' W'ainwright and N. D. Wainwright 1 DOUBLK FEATURE I
hanger pads.! a
game *
Mra. Ellen Barber and Sr.
y I IIAN'S Tin MAN sons, Bobby and :Jerry of Jack bingo :Mrs Douglas Dox won a''' Back Yo Bataan
I sonville, Mr. and Mrs F M. Norman double deck of cards. r

:Jr., and children, Clinton, Those Invited from Starke to, ,a r r :I With John Wayne U

w? ..' Glenn, Barbara :Jean, and Ray of enjoy Mrs. Faulk's hospitality ''hd, ", of Bradford Cou
; *+Re Starke, A. Russell Norman of were Mra. R. A. Green Mrs. G. RIVERBOATIIHVTHM Surce"*ful Farmersodf(

Starke, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Conner J. McGriff Mrs. :J. R. Kite, Mrs. .1 ; tleman.

and children, Hilda, Gerald, E. L. Matthews, and Mrs. W. B. Experienced In public i

o torq. Su.-'r..r Ch..no and Deanna of Raiford and Mr. Mundy. ,. -i Leon Erirol, Frankle Carle i iI vice by four tcrmi .
i i and Mrs. Wadua Bloodsworth otJlI.cksllnvllle .4a Also Latent News County C'oinnil-domr" t
... YS lorg. moUt-cold. compvfftmtnfl I I Ii
: Sgt. George Nelse Easter Egg Hunts .Sat. Ai>rir 9 10DOUBLK District One.
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o 3 li Odin.
n HydratonlItway
iupw ,
of Georgia and Pfc Leon Richardson FEATURELUM&ABNER Married and father ol i
o mv rttbl* IntMicrl, of West Virginia( accompanied Enjoyed By Many i I IjJ en eons.Young. .

.. o V_ d.n" brve ;' a.N I.....' Ffc :James M. Norman of Robins MI MIr and Encrffetlc/: ,
Field, Ga., who was visiting his Mrs. Fred Sclley, Miss Mary
DI>:AK "OTEU'Will ; St
parents Mr. and Mis. H. L. Norman Louise Durshlmer Miss Vivian ya Partners In Time I MY, PROMISE: : ;

h you kindly take the time at that time. McRae, and Miss Hazel Fields entertained tw jJ Zane Grey'sThunder A fair, Impartial la"1II
to rvad the following linen' ? 91' I the Sunday School class 1 administrationYour
of the First Presbyterian Church r : ,
I would like to elate that I Three Hostesses Mt.Plus
last! Friday afternoon from 3 until P Vote & oil
Support
am a Candldaluor re-election I .
to the Office <)f ,A"M....tN<.r of d OIA # /l Honor BridesElectAt 5 o'clock at the home of Mr. ; "Dead End Cats" I 4th Hill Be \ppn-cUM|
TIIM-M, the iiKtnt Important 01. Linen Shower and Mrs. Frank Durshimer 'on I With Tim Hott I IIi (Paid I'ol. Adv.)
Nona Street. J
Chap. 2 "Black Widow"
fire In the County.I :
Munv !IIIIIIIrII! '!!!!!!'IYJIIIIiAIIiIIIIIM111AaIIIflWIIIINIIOpIIIIIIAIIIIIIIIIIyiI'!!! IIMin"II' '
III'lllllh
Mrs. B. T. Thomas and Mrs gnmf were enjoyed by '
would! also like to htate n.l.1W',-.. a T1IL1t-.... .'.'.V..
D. L. Thomas entertained with a the little folks before hunting for a
that the dutlfa of the of(Ice are I
Miss egga The prl'e wm awarded to
linen shower honoring Myrtle
.ul'h.thllt It will l>e ImpoHHlbli :
for to Thomas and Miss Mildred Thomas, Jlmmle( Preston for finding the REGISTRATION
me truxrl over the 0'uuii- I
ty and 'I..U'lth., .shako the brides-elect of the early springat prize egg, after which punch and BOOKS CLOSE Let Us Retain The
IUUIUM of all llr'rlterM, and the home of Mrs. B. T, Thomas assorted cookies were served to
Wednesday afternoon from 4 until about 25 children. | Saturday April 17th
solicit their 11..1 nuil 1"'Mlance' .
un >uiy I Hi. __ 6 o'clock. Mother present to enjoy helpingthe See That You Are
lien-fore"" at jour Msuro, I /t The rooms of the Thomas home small children find the eggs New loo

won't you Just nit doun, Mhuke' I were attractively 'decorated with were :Mrs. Wm. Jackson Mrs. W. QUALIFIEDWill

thin llttlu |>lere! of paper, and 1y arrangements of spring flowers. P. Dowling Mrs.Ruth; Christiana -
imagine that you are choking The mantle was banked with pink of Darien,, Conn., Mrs. V. S. St.-I a

the hand of a mighty hungry gladioli and roses, and a color John. Mrs. Guv Andrews.. and Mrs. Appreciate Your OF YOUR CAR'SUPHOLSTERY
I scheme of and lavendar was Charles 'Schmitt, who assisted
and driwrvlnit candidate j pink I l Support & Vote For
i Now for just a little short I j carried out. the hostesses'* throughout the aft; :
vl81 t. During the time that I I In the receiving'line with the ernoon.' T R A. FOR YEARS u;

Imve( been your A iw w or, have {hostesses and the honorees were Miss Marlon Selley, Mrs. Robert I

kept my 'Jax Itecordit no ac- .Y A1a.t. z.. .N'y. i Mrs. H. L. Starling, mother of the Lappe, and Miss Barbara, (BobWEEKSCandidate)

", I cuiutely that no one ha.. sure !I brides-elect. ., I II White were, visitors during the 1 Durable New Sun-Fast Plastic
t, had any trouble on account oluiy rvs s Model Itludratod !laKy i In the dining room the table party.

4.'rrorll.J CnM-7. priced at... j was overlaid with an Imported 4 For I Fibres And Leathers ,
have tiled to dlwrliargo the AY n, i lace cloth and centered with an The Primary Department of the TAX COLLECTOR.I Y

dutieit of Tax Assessor In a v | arrangement of pink and white Sunday School of the First Baptist
I I'I
+ .ourt ou'", fair, and Impartial t 324.75 tf 3 gladioli and roses Flanking the Church enjoyed an egg hunt Bradford County SEE
munnertTlrls r centerpiece I were crystal candelabra on Saturday afternoon at the '

U/fke U your Office holding tall white burning home of Mra. Maxie Carter one

not my Office By jour vote tapers. Presiding at the punch of the teachers of the department.Even Election Date CHAS C G. SHEPHE

on May 41h you aro going to bowl was Mrs. L. D. Halnes. the heavy rain that fell :May 4th, 1918 ,

omploy MOUIOOIIO to take chargeof o Hen toll of II, and Mrs. Freeman Register Jr., had) Just before the party did not
room
and tulnilntater thu duties ol charge of the bride's book, and dampen the spirits of the children (Paid Pol. Adv.) COURT AND MADISON STREETS
comonf.nc.tool I
Store
aid oilier for another four a O.n.r during the afternoon piano selections and little Dorothy Masters won

',..f; yearn.I'poii. out supply of frozen food;large were played ,by Miss Betty first prize among the girl's for ,....
m I my Kecord, I earnestly Mat-T.nder for rah nlcati. Ann Flynn. finding the most eggs, and Jerome '- .

." olivlt your vote, and not only Mol+f-cold itoroge pretervetfood'f The honorees received many jEdwaidt. among the boys. "

.1'\ 'It your vote, but jour acthe sup naturallulc..and vilanrfni lovely pieces of linen. Mrs. Carter was assisted In carIng .

f.I t.fl'1 port for dayi food door dry out. Assisting the hostesses! wereMrs. for the
jt If elected, I secure you a conllnuance S.. Mir new Frlgldalre Cold A. :J. Thomas, Mrs. T. B. superintendent, other h; ';:':' :.' _.._.-.
Palmer Williams,
I'r' \li i of Ihat name service Wall today I Harding Mrs. teachers and, her daughter, Mrs. ...:.::-
i i., In the future ax In the pant. and Mrs S. E. Sparks. L. A. :Johns. -. r
a j
__
t About 39 guests enjoyed this
Thanking Jou for taking the All Porcelain 7 cu. ft.
1, "' limo to rrwl thin. niesttage, and I Mgldalre Cold-Wall )lovely affair. IIXN'S THE'; M\N

n, rufttlng that you. will Rive mea Little Paula Glllen, daughter of OOUCpi
o Mrs. W. H. Yawn has returnedto
Sam.ilze,with all
convenience Mr. and Mra. Hal Glllcn.
,. great big X on may 4th, and her home here after spendingtwo recently
.. quality workmanship. Porcelain/ / underwent a minor operation whena
tOtl.1..lIlng you a long, happy,' weeks In Blackshear Ga., because i4 '
and iiroMperouH life, I ant, ___] <"w l*. 354:75: of the illness and death of wasp became lodged in her ear.

I, Yours moat her father. DAN'S TIIK: MAN
: li I alnrervly I Boost .._ -
Florida! -
.... ''f!" K.: \\. IIAIES E. H. SMITHYour 1 .- !
BUY! BUY

f:, I I Candidate for Tax (.olUvtorPaid l Electric Service & Supply Save Money! andSAVE

I" t ( I'ol. Adv.) FlUGIDAIKE; DEALER ,

"'- -' 12* f;. CALL ST. STARKE, FL.i .,. SAVE!
it'I;I'I, Since 1931:
: Florida Is a great lood -
:... pro
.111: i Electrical Contractors ducing alate. -orlda Dodo BIG SALE

:I are nationally famous DAYS APRIL 4 a
ZACII II. DOUGLAS, ATTORNEY Licensed Electricians tionaJly na-
preferred-yet
pea
r101':: '< .... ANNOUNCES AUTIIORIZKD SALES & SERVICE FOR CROSLKY; ple in! flew York Illinois and s"' h'"d" '" f""" '"'r.. B.,
most other stales pay more a:4
+ MAYTAO: NORGE AND UNIVERSAL for these Florida
THE
t ? OPENING OF A LAW OFFICE products
lL.JoaPPLlA."lCES than you do. Buy Florida
:' '';' ; AT 3.1 W. ASHLEY' ST. In products-grown and packed 3'.T i
your own back yard and
: '.;, JACKSONVILLE FLA. vatah your sa/ings grow
5 1," : The prices are especially: low
:: ..r;. : EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 1948CONCUETK FULLER for this sale, aimed at ac
.'r "i I.I s Fare WARRENAll fine quaint Florida Irg you foods with the available many FDD D STORES

:- i to you at wen low cost I ASK AT STORE FAR /-PAGE COLOR PRICE LIST

,:': '". ) BLOCKS READY MIXED CONCRETE .. ADVERrlSINO SCORES OF BARGAINS!
// Florida's Candidate
J.. I SASH DOOJtS TAINT HARDWARE For .. I

,),: ''1 : Tropical No. 2 can Sm.
; .GOVERNORItECOGNiZED Meaty Lean
!I' I j : +\ Most TOMATOES 12
,. l-2c
.
r :,; !, SPARE RIBS. -

(" I '. Everything ANNIS Try Us AUTHORITYON .. .. .. ... -

r.'. 11) ; To For Those '' Swift's Jewel ... lb. ctn.: v
GOVERNMENT Sm.
Half
l\.J GOOD LARD or Whole
I r i'
.
I BUILDING SUPPLIESINC. Hard 1.25 4
11'; BuildRepaln PORK HAMS
-
EXPERIENCEDSINCERECAPABLE ,
I ,
? To Get .
.
:(;: '; 103-l0 IS W. Main St., South Fla. Crystal j *
t.8*
Itemsi" 5 Ibs. /
I Galnellle Dressed
'( Or Florida" SUGAR '- & Drawn

J'5'1" ',,I.A.d,' : Remodel PHONE 217 ., 21S 41C HENS S

''J :itl ,:, P. O. Box: 62 <*, ...
WIN WITH WARREN
size
Large Fla.LEMONS 5 Ib. bag
rf
; Streak 0' Lean
J VISIT OUR NEW RESTAURANT .
Pohllc Adr. Pad 25c
/ locfcy m.nd. el Full.r W ,r.aALVAKtj f BACON .
:r
MEET AND EAT AT ROY'SGood .. -
rl.' ,, -- ------. r. r .
---- v .
"
Food Soda Fountain --- -- --- .. --"
J', Rest Rooms For Your Convenience. liB Florida r. _..J1'
'II STORE Establishedh1894 ? stalks! Pork Loin lain rt'"
1 'i III CELERY 13c ROAST (Rib end ) 5
lb. 49cPAOJ.
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HIS BRADFORD. COUNTY TEu:.......... STARK FLORIDA
._ _. _
I"'OJ!: r.rREELECT

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Deal have) Eustis McKnight of =a
JlTSof LOCAL NEWS Kingstree, Mrs. H. B. McLrndon
and
b4V. as their guests Mr. Deal's son and S. C., spent the weekend with his daughter .. _.
Jeannette -" ---
of Orlando _
.
his bride }ofr. and Mrs. Harold wife and -'-- >
daughter
Delores.
V. I spent the Easter! <
Deal of Dothan Ala. The wed weekend here
V.P Iarton Selley will leave I Dr. and Mm. M. B. Herlong left) ding was a recent social event at Home for the Easter weekend with Mrs. McLendon's parents' f
New for from their studies at Clcmson, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews.DAN'S ,
her home In Friday a month's stay In Hot I the home of the bride's parents, ''
for after "Pendingten Springs Ark. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Evans S. C., were Charles Mooney, Billy Tilt MAN I
\fas3. Sr.,
days at the home DAN'S TILE MAN of Dothan. They will tour Florida Edwards and Al Harley. Mrs Kffie Johns had as her N. D. (Noon) Wainwright Jr.
sister-in-law The John Udell and
Harry
rother and Miss Carolyn Keen was the before returning home. guest' Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. ,

is6 lira F. I. Selley. Easter guest of Miss Alice Madison Dr. and Mrs. E. T. Kelly ofKingstree Moutys had as their Sunday I A. II. Cruce and Mrs Zclla Phillips -
guests, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
.\S'S TUB: MAN in Jacksonville. S. C., have returned to Jacks and and all of Jacksonville, and J. C. Your State Representative
I lions Bobby Danny
their home after Wynn of Starke.
visit
enjoying a \ i
I !
of Lak Forest 111.I .
here as guests of Dr. and Mrs. M. Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong attended -

ocdJ/ 1:jIJKSSIFIEDM.VTRESSES B. Herlong. Dr. Kelly and Dr. I WAN'S TIIK MAN I the Shrine banquet in hon

Herlong were claaamates! at the Little Sandra Lamb, daughterof or of the Imperial Potentate at

State Medical College In Charleston Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lamb, the Roosevelt Hotel In Jacksonville I

20x40 FOR RENT: 3-bedroom furnished-- S. C., and founded Kelly 'underwent a tonsilectomy In Wednesday of last week ,

LENT:warehouse.store bldg.; rC.. H.Lawtey. house, recently redecorated, lien. Memorial Hospital in Kingstree./ Shadycrest Hospital last weekend.Mr. Mrs J. H. Fields and Miss I

exo PNII, automatic plea refrigerator gas hot, water K a H heater range, While here, they enjoyed several and Mrs. R. L. Stone were Hazel Fields pent Monday in

large yard. 4 blocks from court- days at the C. I* itoblnson camp I guests of Mrs. Stone's sister and, Gainesville

"uACHINES. typewriter, house n..onabl.-Phone 113. on Lake De Lancy. I IDN'S 1 family the T. C. Crawiords on
.. ;, and duplicating maSh It PAN'S TIIK: MAN +
ru mrlHters. office tll"- TIn: MAN Easter Sunday.
book cases, safes FOR SALE Creosoted I y/ a
law cable posts end Mr. and Mrs. Calkins'I Mr. and Mrs Fred and
Guy
,l"nri. steel l stnrage' R,0,1"*. Ideal for P1EH posts See Ralph J.
luok.r$ and grade shelvingDhow to the Hilly Jttcknon 2t 4-2 of Ormond Beach were Saturday 'children Jane and Jimmy movedto I

.01!;highest Sew and MB**. Largest TURKEY ElbUS for evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. their new home In Gainesville ELECTGuy
hatching.
Mammotn '
,ill' FlorMR." JuckeDofVElIJle 11-2. Rrunae and White Holland- Hans Walker. l.Sunday! Dr. and Mrs. J, M Hem- .1 4i
.
ft. f
'h Laura. 61311. S\WE: 10PO 5.222 See Crouved.or write Large Albert or small U. orders.Kruse Misa Freddy WImberly and Mrs. I bree are occupylngthe; Guy homeUAN'S = aW

.' ;. r )tt. 1, Box <326,, /btarke Fla. Vernon Silcox spent Monday In THH MAN
4tp 4-16 Jacksonville.
.s" Furnished upstairs | Mi1. and Mrs LPX Green and s
('lik porch. Close In. Apply STENOGRAPH E R WANTED .. .., Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McQrtff attended i
-
|l Ie house, 403 S. Thompson. Must be able to take shorthand. ------- --
Itp 4.2ANTED U. L. Patten attorney at law the funeral of S. T Rogers -
Phone 411. Starke.: It Please Re-elect uncle of Mrs. Green and Mrs.
[' I to sal. Sunday -
v. iiuhmer'M JIlt ROOM: U"N K U UNIMHUU apart- MrGrlff in Sebastian last Wednesday Ir.
SltI'Pti nient. 920: per munth. Close In. .
Inquire at IJahnier'H Ulft 8ho: |""".
ftp K. G. Duncan T. E. Duncan and
buff
Mule Corker Spaniel 1
rod ..ollar with brll. An- FOR SALE: tt.8 Mailer Deluxe I Aubrey Duncan visited their
to 'ranld,,". $s- reward c.uuvruiet In perfect condition. mother Mrs. Fiona Duncan at St

110 Mrs J. 11 Walnwrlvht.pEM t. Paced to sell Apply to '11'''. Vincents hospital in Jacksonville
Souls, 615Mi'Mahon St. Also pair
: : I.NOTO: PORTABLE of solid niuhugany lamp tattles 'te Sunday. Ho has nerved Itrudford County doting, the lust, tx\o session.

( LrJtors Bradford Count day very /Sunday.leiiMonuuie. Can be seen Itp all I Mr. and Mrs. John Milligan of In nil able, efficient and aggri'NNlAo IIHIIIIIIT uorklnK) / hard for

;.'l niilv tt. FOR SALK Uood Jacksonville Bench have moved tinl hf."t InterrNtN of all the rltl/ciiH. of Bradford O>im(> wt.l the
: doors,
PATK VLK IN:- SKTTLEMENT: .. HumTiMirlHt OF- winuuws, aivouifiot' Muling casement, large Into the Judge Adklns house' on date' of. FloHilo.During .
home And I.ot nt fan. W. }i. Nullniun, ..201V.. 8th Street formerly occupied by

korthPimt Intersection of Call AlaUltion St.: It the Odoms. h'.. rimipiiljrn' for ri'-eltx-llon1. IH7! / ht phumise/I iiHtmuoHlstanrp

j nod Hniiulwuv Lot fronting Streets on;Broad-alxoIN HOL'MU, FUR SALE, 4 rooms and HAN'S TIIK: !MAN to the NrhooN. and to the UK'..I and dependent! chllilr.n. -
bath
; !oil r..el and extending to Went furnished.Washington Lot 60x100 ft. KKVKM'K: : I'OU TIRE: IUIT-IH 1'411001. TERM FOIL
>lnn Street on the West; al- / close trout Mr. and Mrs Jot Arnold were
...UHi-holil Furniture In Bulld- baseball park. Owner. "'01. Otto. Charley E Johns guests of Mr and Mrs. Louis! I ltlt.\l>KOtl> ('Ol'NT.UUH'NTS TO *! 73.tmi.tXJ.' :' AN IN-
[ Au.r portions of this prop- 2tp 4.9APARTMENT \ ,
In Graham ('ItE.: \SE ion one or< :
I mar+ be purchased for a Welgand Sunday i rtM'NTV SI':0,6\0.II. OVER: Tim

h null In rash price. It In-, uuiivenleiicva FOIl ,IIK.NT price reununauiu. Modem -- Mrs. Ethel Biggs had as her I'U.I'F.UINHoII'lIoln.: / VKAK. It WI1. his |>li>aHtin> to liitvn
ltp Thomas
<) cnntRI.t I A. J. YOUR
|nor( Clarke, Fla. 4t 4-2 tilggs. Call an N.IDS Walnut or sue Airs. Klliel weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. AndrewsYour Item un act!".. pu'itlolpant In tlilt m-lnml. program and tn have
St. 2t 4-a:
Arthur C. Griffin of VVaycrosa, Ire, -n a i-o-lnlrmliicrr of thin hill.
FUR KENT: 3-room garage apart- State Senator
: ment; electric refrigerator, Ga.Mrs.
OF ALL KINDS stove, Call: Mrs A. F. Saulx gas, Titus Olson returned last I Tlu fund for old l age anMlMtunce mid aid) to dependent children

RENOVATEDFI'RNITURE 183-W. It Wednesday from a three weeks' w lit I niulrrlally. Incn-aMcd by No\rrnl) nilllloim odollars, KlvlniC

d FOlt SALE: One Indiana bus, can visit with her mother, Mrs. (the rl'I'II|>lentN of old! age a,ftlstanri an "\1"'II'f' of .1H.7.1 wbleliIn

and be converted one Ford Into 25-paltMenll'er living quarters bus; He wishes to remind George Lllley at Olmatcd, 111. Tax Assessor the highest! amount paid. l>y any /Southern slate All of thewol .

Bargains for cash-J. T. \,/ullI'loy.1t you that the registration Mrs. W. T. Morgan of CharlotteN. : benefits l were m-cunMl for our rltlcnltliont. any Increase, In

Jli -- books will I 1 I close C., will arrive here Saturday ttl\Ja: tl..n. Ho hits. roniUteiitly worked, for the benefit of Rhotetervme
; << LOST: Latter part of to spend a few days with Judge
January, 6 .
April 17th. fiitrnerH d all other cltl/cnn of his ,
: cottt*. a neifeis 1 heifer euinngt; and Mrs. A. 7. Adkln: On May 4 1948 a" County and Slnta."
all marked. crop under half crop D\N'S TIIK: MAN lie N f''I"'r''IIt'III..d' 1-4 well arquitlnted ullli lM>th the iiu>ml"eniof "
right ear crop split left ear. Be sure you are qualified -
handed JD. Notify P. 1>. Hed. Miss Thl'lmGrE'en spent' the the. (louse and Hi-ante, and greatly .assisted In the i-l,<*dlon
to t in the .. ..
Starke v e
dish ----
KKlTHOLSTEUFn : Fla., for reward
past weekend with her aunt. Mrs. of the next Speaker of the Ilnii-n, the Hun. IVxry Murray ;of
2tp4.! coming I'rimary.DAN'S .
AND KKFINISIIED:
Emma Creech In St. Augustine, I'olk County. This frli'iulthlp. with the n<*"t "Hpi-iiker' and imrithirs -
Drop Vs A Card LOST: Ruxton wrist watch be Your Vote and Support
tween Lovett's and Denmark's (Paid I'ol. Adv.) Mrs. May Hawkins and son Paul Hill h<> A valuable aid' to him In m-mrlng Important| niiiiniittiMt' -
TINGS MATTRESS co. last Monday. Hewacd for return of Waldo were Sunday guests of Will lo! { Appreciated
lgiiiiiiiH( and mom iK-nefU'lul leglnliillon for our (-.Itt.r. -
01: 230 Palatka Fla. to newspaper office or Mrs. Wil ,.,--- ...
---- -- Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson.DAN'S .
lard fu....,, Phone 47-VV, iStarKe.' ..---- I : ,*"K.Vonr.
Itp TIIK MAN Tin: MAN

FOR SALEEV FOR SALE: 40 pieces of new Chan_ Won't You Give A Young r I vote and support| on May 4th will IN ton the .betterment

\ 3-BEDROOM 1I14enc..1 nel drain roofing 12 ft. lengths. Man And A Veteran A j. of Bradford County and (lit' Htat of Florida
1.
A.
Wynn Hampton Fla.
v limits of Starke Itp Chance? j,
Cheap for half cash. FOR RENT: Two small houses jI
r.x.e building with concrete suitable for couple only.' Close I|I (1'iild for by ff-nds! of NoonV'lnw right olio are Interested.
Ju't north of Blandlnff Ce.'I' ..- In. I'uUl I'ol. Ailv.,
One
furnlxheO. One unfurnish AT fENTION I ( )
sale at cost. ed. J. T. Quigley It --- I|, In.! better. government)
U.VT I and Concrete Block
chf-apeBt price In town. FOR SALE: 2000 tomato ,f I
buOUS. half glass, 2'e"x6'6", A. K. lItI.ulH.Iclahon St.plants, Phone- DAN'S; THE: MAN -..---.-..---.-.------,-.-----,-

fH leh.LIMB: Cement. Glass. Block -183W. It Tobacco .. l J I t*IIHlllllll IKlllllinillllilKlh'a' 4'II'Iu.,."_' ,' n0_'$..."._..._.... '..-............'..............."......._...,"-".".."...._.," "."..'...''n..lnl. .. =..-,"..,," '''''. ...,.O'-'.//1,.",.....,.",.'..."...,....,.,_..-_.,-_ ".:
(,Sand, Concrete Pipe. Stepping FOUND: Pocket watch, 4 ml. south
lloum Pure Mortar Mix of Starke on Highway 200 March :
Any Type g &
| windows. 13. Owner may claim by seeing Moving HaulingLet
truck hauling. Fill dirt forE -J.-R.-Blackman.' Hampton. Itp GrowersDON'T

: LOTS'! In' city limits" of Flint SALE Koolerstor Ice box 50
"'. on high ground, 1200 up. lb.. capacity. white enamel. $2v-
Worries lie Our Troubles
1\ Your Moving .
"son. 120 per mo. Dr. Kucera State Farm lip
'1 any type of building- con- .. WAIT Let Us Write Your
ion.Ir WANTED: Young girl In need of A r
[ 2-IN-r-H Oalvanlzert Pipe. good home. No house work. Will HAIL INSURANCE NOW! j FOIl I'KOMIT, COURTEOUS SERVICE CAL'LBilly :
'h'E: HXNn '3.60 per yard In refund transportation. Write at
aril loads. "nc.-p..lerM. 143 West End A'....,
IWonn FNGiYEFRIva' ..,CO. New York City. Up
knrl.r raril| Phone IM H. C. WALL AGENCYConstant Jackson Moving &
IRKNT::= :a furnished houses, APARTMENT: FOR RENT: Entire 'Ql Hauling
(venlently located. Both" have 2nd floor (2 bedrooms living
stoves for rook In*. Mrs. room dining room kttchen.tt.l. Service Over 50 Years
I1 I. I Ilnynea, Private entrance F. A.
301 So. Water fit Scott
tf K"H Temple Ave., Phone 5 t. Please Phone 116 I I I
Starke. 2tp 4.9 I ., (Phone 165: l I STAKKE. FLA. | I'hone 49-W |

| !!.\LF: Tomato pepper and - - - I .. n -* m *"
I .. ,
1/ ,
fPlnntH. now ready for setting DAN'S THE: MAN /":::: :: '?''"i22:!!;' IA'I'IrL' I' _''u' "i J''iin.''L'i "" tHIWi m' w !Ire t ___ _.._ jHmiimWrWWr! i 1" '"i Jglllijll_
- - - -
large and small acreage. -
w. li."ll, Phone 16. Lake &fonPla. -
.
2tp 4.2

..1":4 MADE! to order: Photo- Your Windows With THIS SUMMER GO IN FOR SOLID COMFORT!
pnlm, Certificates, Licenses, etc. Beautify V i n nej
net I
[rne"... from.Detection All work of moulding icuarantefrtJ.VWOOD to e
"".' : CAMERA & GIFT Mffiji' > j' *ff *>fy r* ? '* ?S gjM -ai gi _l T pprT rKiL. Good "Olcl1'me" (Rattan)

It m

ItK.VT Attractive, modern III Cane Stl- High Itack
i ---
nlNhed nnd unfurnlnhed apart- BLINDS I
flex with all conveniencesr I
In. desirable neighborhood'
''h very reasonable' 201 W Porch ROCKERS
'iH'.n. ltark_. tf

Y !SITTETt; Will take Pare of __a ,, .
= Ural Cnn SvaU.Solid
hlr"n -
=
hv day or bour at your ,,
1 13.95
"< .
White
; high school grad- ')
,"(rir 1.allOnable: l rates. Call r COLORS; rj Comfort
rut 35tiiHY
r .
>Z ) K iG SIIKM '
0wANTEn New born
,' Special reference gUarAn- IVOKVUIIITE 25-FT. GATES !LARGE SIKSUMMER:
I ,'; Will Pay hospital bill.
f. Jacksonville 2-8464 or ,
lit/ .Runl: <'. l'.n,, Hte. S. :Bo ,; ; \LI.O\\:
Jj Jacksonville, Fla. 4t 4-2
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH: STARKE. FLOItIDA FRID\Y, Ipgds
PAGE BLTILovett's

= constructed on Hampton's main alter being In bed for about four by Mrs. T. H. Sheppard Mrs. E.I ner guests: of the
Features Burt LancasterHas street. One, nearing completion, weeks with typhus fever. He Is A. Sapp and Floyd Wiggins. !(visited the R. J. T anon)
Tough Role'In HamptonBy Is owned by G. P. Wadsworth, able to be setting tobacco. Among the crowd were Mrs. leaving. le!
Florida ProductsIn across from the W. H. Griffin The ladles at R. J. Turner's are Rosa Plnholster of Brooke Mr.I Mr. and Mrs. Wesley
Sales Event New Park FilmThe Mm. M. C. Sweeney residence. The other, with foundations all Improving this week. 'and Mrs. Gurney Crews and'i lof Starke were again In A
.I i . . laid this week, Is the The Easter services were very daughter Carolyn, of the State at the Easter services oUr
state by buying late Mark Hellinger produced owned R. Rev. Farm, Bo -Crews and Virginia seemed like
"Boost your "Brute Force" shortly before MKS.! WADSWORTH bungalow built and by impressive and appropriate. rpal 'o\J'\
Florida foods" is the theme used and this hard-hit ENTERTAINS: O. Simmons, next door to the at. I Fred Dodd filled his regular ap Engram of the State Farm, Mrs. since they used to be \
\\'I
death
his
by Lovetfs Food Store throughout Burt Lancaster The Ladies Council of the tractive new home of Mr. and pointment. Mrs. Dodd and the John F. Crews and son. :John AlIen often at church.
,
film starring I
Florida as they throw out the ting, will be seen at the Park Theatre Christian Church was graciously Mrs. K. B. Watterson. ,children were unable to attend of Lake Butler, Mrs. Nona If anyone has lost a sirs
welcome mat to food buyers and next Sunday and Monday entertained at the home of Mis.Q. Mr. and Mrs. Hazel Perry had 'since one of them had the measles. Priest's granddaughter, Lorraine Guernsey heifer about two
Invite everyone to visit the stores as guests Easter Sunday Mr. and and high fever. Priest of Lawtey, Mr and Mrs. old with no ear marks
HHIInger, known as one of the P. Wadsworth on Wednesday uCIII
the "Florida Food Products and childrenof Mike Sheppard and son Michaelof tag they
during tellers on Broadway, afternoon of last week. Mrs. I. :J Chason The egg hunt after Sunday might consider her
Sale" which begins this best also story "The Killers" In The entitled: "How Green Cove Springs and Miss School was enjoyed by a large tho U of F, Mrs. Robert Ward She was In our communi!
produced program
and continues for an entire of Starke, and Ed- week )!
: morning which Lancaster rode to fame Can I Grow Spiritually?" was under Edith Chason and Eugene Chason crowd. There were many beau and children and everyone "onZ|
i4t. week. Supporting roles in "Brute Force" the leadership of :Mrs. Lynn of Gainesville.Mr. tifully colored eggs hidden and ,win Sheppard of the U of F. he belonged to. A train I .
Every year the Lovett stores filled by Hume Cronyn and and Mrs. C. L. Cooper and wide, enthusiastic eyes to search Those attending church from her one night. She ?'_,\
have a sales event featuring items are Charles Blckford. Hall.After the Devotional and business family have been recent guests of for them. After the hunt we all ,outside were Mr. and Mrs. Tommy wise as some ()f these Neal:

that are made, grown, processed, Next Tuesday, one day only, period, the guests were Invited relatives In Cross City. went to the church picnic table Holden of Jacksonville and Mrs.Holden's .I cows who know to scat x>W"!
or manufactured in Florida. This the Park will.show Boris Karl into the dining room, where Mlxses Helen Jean and Doris out under the trees and ate eggs, mother and son, Mr. whistle blows.
year, however, the event Is being off the screen's topmost horror the lace covered table, centered Parker were guests Sunday of I sandwiches, cake, salads etc. and Joe L. Dowling and Danncy Har-I Charley Cowan of the 0 t!a
staged In a more elaborate man I man, In Robert Louis Stevenson's with pastel-colored gladioli and MillS Betty Milligan and Miss drank a delicious punch prepared ,fell of Live Oak. They were din.I was,home last weekend

ner than ever. The company buyers eerie tale of "The Body Snatcher"Bela set with crystal and gleaming silver Betty Dyal of Starke. --- - --- - -
know that Florida-produced
foods cost the less, mak Lugotil has a featured role. was attractively graced with . .
company On its double feature program lea cream sherbet, cake, nuts and

ing to consumers it possible to at offer greater these saving Items I next Park Wednesday will show "Back and Thursday to Bataan"the candles.presented,Easter as mementoes favors were of also the New RiverAND COME TO YOUR A & P

The tale serves a dual purpose I with John Wayne, and "River occasion. LONG BRIDGEBy
of the with thewide THE APRIL e
acquainting public boat Rhythm", featuring Leon "Jennie Leo Lazenby FOR
variety of foods produced in! Errol and the popular Frankie EASTER EGO HUNTS
.
School
The Baptist Sunday entertained
Florida, and bringing food buyers Carle and his orchestra. SHOWER OF VALUESNo
members and friends, The Dick Carrolls of Jacksonville
another aale.DAN'S
outstanding
cut-price
RULED PRACTICE PAPER,. with an egg hunt, on Sunday afternoon i spent the Easter holidays with I
.
0x12, for school children. 7Sc mream. held on the grounds adjacent Mrs. Carroll's parents, Mr. and I week end "pl
.-Bradford County Tele- to the Frank E. Thomas Mrs. Ira Merritt. Mrs. Carroll and brand of food. Remember you can't feed a family on unis ..
TIIK: MAN graph. home, just west of town. A tare I Mrs. Harold. Shiver had lunch s s t end HperlalN.. That l Is why you save under A &: P's H,lIeye
group of children and young people with Mrs. T. D. Cook In Gaines low prices every day.
this affair and after
enjoyed ville :Monday. April !1'1 the month of \alues. Come see them today at
yon
finding the eggs, 'assorted cold The O. F. Tomlinaons.enjoyed' a
ti Phone 52 J A 3t P.
BpOYDEF friendly
stc\'ICE tlilnka served. Frank Brown
J were
l visit from their children Sunday:
W> POL tOW TNI STOHIt Mrs. Hartmann won the award for finding the, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Turner of' Spry & Crisco IT PAYS TO SHOP AT A & P
number of 'I
largest
egg Jacksonville! and Mr. and Mrs.
The Primary Clans of the Christian -: Roy Cowan and children of St.-: 3 Ibs. 1

ELECT. party Sunday and egg School hunt ,at'the enjoyed home a'' enjoyed Petersburg.' an egg' The hunt.grandchildren' I 1.17Kitchen White House MILK 3 tall cans ll 3 (

of their teacher, Miss Norma T. D. Cook of Gainesville, who
ALBERT L. CROSBY, JR. Sweeney, on Monday afternoon a''
was recently hospitalized from .
r p TOSUPEItVISOR Connie Sweeney and Brenda fall while working at'the U of FJ I' Charm 8 O'Clock COFFEE 1 ,lb. 4 i|
tr (
,
N Sue Hinson were the lucky win was visiting relatives here Mon ,
ners of prizes. Ice cream, cookies day. He was able' to\,drive his .
OF REGISTRATION and candy were served the car, but his arms are not completely Wax Paper
BRADFORD COUNTY little folks by the hostess, assisted well. James, Lavender,;; llb.OUROWNTEA S7tWaldod
by Joan Sweeney and Martha who Is living in Gainesville, ac-'
Home. crxaopanied Mr. Cook. I 21c

Qualified Dependable Worthy BIRTHDAY DINNER We and are able all glad to be to,see around Joe Moodyup again TOILET TISSUE 3 for 2It

VETERAN OF WORLD WAR II Honoring Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. I |
Saxon on their birthday anniversaries Talco Dairy
YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT GRKATLY APPRECIATEDPaid Mr. Saxon's son-in-law \ : 1

( Political Ailv.) and daughter Mr and Mrs. .... r Feed (20 pc.) DUZ Powder large 35
Eugene Burt, gave a delightful r. i I Soap ([
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21.dinner for them on Sunday, March 0a 4.87

"Why Not Enjoy The Best?" "- .-
Out-of-town guests included
Mrs. Saxon's daughter, Mrs. Inez GOOD! The Little 4- i.... IVORY SOAP large bars1&
,
Davis, of Jacksonville, and Mr. LC'ttt'rV 0 r d That De-
I?mM4 and Mrs Joe Oliver of Fort Laud- serllxM Apple Butter
Kvexy Tasty Tid-
erdale. bit Sold The LAPPK DREFT Powder 32r
by 1 Ib. 4 oz. Gl. Soap -
turujoi BorniD OAS SCRVICI Mr. and Mrs. Oliver and daughter BAKERY .
Miss Joyce Oliver, left Mon 19c .
Cooking Heating -Refrigeration day for thefr home,' after enjoying DONUTS

FOR SERVICE CALLE. Saxons.. an: extended visit with the PIES CAKES CAMAY SOAP, 2 bars'med.( ) 1M

T. Sbull Plumbing & Heating: Friends of Mr. andIrs.. George COOKIES
LOCAL AGENT PRONE 144 Dirt will be Interested to hear of & yap:' *
Birthday Wedding Ann Page
the: arrival of their sonf ort Friday, Meats
Cakes Our Specialty Super Rite Quality BAKING POWDER 8c|
Central Florida Gas & Appllcance Co. March 26,. at Shadycrent HospitalIn
Starke.Mr.
Phone 3752 Trenton, Fla. and Mrs. John II. Parker LAPPEBAKERY
Recipe 10 'n
and Mr. and Mrs. Onard Parker
Ga. WHITE BACON lb. 36c MARSHMALLOWS 19cJlona
spent Saturday In Atlanta. -
Mrs. Frank Williams and children
STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESA Nell and Jimmy, left Sunday PIIONE 16

for a work's visit with relatives 1..1 CHUCK ROAST lb. 57c
Complete Line of Builders Supplies
In Holllater.Mr. PEACHES, No 2 1-2 25c
Ph'e.aS'rOll" From S.A.L. Depot Delivery' Ser\loe and Mra. D. V. Underwoodand yvv.rrai

daughters of Gainesville were Meaty NECK BONES, lb. 19c
Qo1.1C l ljg
visitors hire Sunday. lona Self-Rising
,
Sherwin'VHllams Paints Fal rl>ank-lUortMt
Mr. and Mrs Dan W. Johnson 1.63
Paint Your House I Home Water SystemsAnd 47cFLOUR, 25 Ibs. -
had as Faster guests, Mr. and Meaty SPARE RIBS, lb. -
Pay by The Month Terms. If Inlre -
Urs. James Broome and son, of
Orlando. Miss June Johnson and Ann Page 2 Ihfla

METAL & COMPOSITION ROOFING little Roy Morgan, of Jackson. PORK LIVER, Ib. 37c GRAPE JAM 39c
Thlrk-IIutt Asphalt Shingles. (tttwn A IlluvUulMIng) Hardware ville.
Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Warren and
Hardware ClothCommon and Finish Nail."I-
tux Siding Cement Mortar Mix three children left Monday for FRESH MULLET, lb. 20c Sultana I Ib. 6 o/. CHIP\
Sarasota!' where they will visit for 27c
RED BEANS, 2 for
several weeks. 2 Ibs. Bulk SAUERKRAUT
15c
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LUMBER All Grades I MOLDING All Kinds Billy Horne recently' attendedhe
Singing Convention in Valdosta No. 2 Can lona

Ga.F'rfl"nd". are glad; to hear that Oscar Myers Bacon Squares 39c PEAS &CARROTS 15c
BRONZE SCREEN WINDOWS & DOORS
Mrs. Freeman B. Hall is recuperating -
nicely after undergoing a :Protect
major operation at the Stark your'Lome J Nutley
Hospital last week. She expectsto
,. r.. return home shortly.Mr. with cnon b. Fresh Fruits &
g.I ; I and Mrs. Gerald Adkins Vegetables Oleomargarineinep
I .' were visiting In High Springs Fire.lusurance
Monday. Mr. Adkins and daughters. : :
,: ., ,. .. Helen and Louise, alto MraR. Charley: E. Johns : : 1 lIb. 33c
c'lt M.\ Prevatt spent Friday In APPLES, 3 Ibs 29c
Gainesville. Agency
)Ir. and Mrs Clarencw Roberts! lV'estern _
: and son of Lake Butler were "hORe IS STARKE!:, FLA
Delicious APPLES 2 lbs. .
visitors here Monday, 29c Ann Page
'v, .... .
A. Scott, of Starke. was '
guest speaker! at the Youth for ...' ... Pork & Beans
Christ Meeting here Saturday .'..., .... ICEBERG LETTUCE for 19c

night *.pr.Mntln, THE TRAVELERS. Hartford
Two fine new houses are being -- _I CELERY. (ISle. StIkA.) '2 for 9c 2 lb. Cans 23c


I' LEMONS (360s) dnt.: 29c

EARN While You LEARN to FLY Texas CARROTS. 2 bunches 19c 2 No. 2 1-2 Cans

lona HOMINY 27c


Restore Their Origin BeautyThe On The G. I. BILL of RIGHTS 8lb. "Ball' Bag ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT. __ 23c 19c 6 oz. Nabisco 110lb



modern gentle cleaning method we use Fresh String BEANS. 2Ib 29cWAFFLE'CREAMS 22c
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rids your slipcovers and draperies of fabric- We are now Approved for the following

,, destroying dirt and soot renews original : courses: -: CAULIFLOWER (1e.I Lds.) 29c 1 lb. Nabisco
y colors and presents stretching or shrinking. Basic Ground Primary and Advanced ,

1 For pick-up service, call 135.: Flying Also Private. Commercial --......: .'., Bell PEPPERS. 2 lb. 25: PREMIUM CRAX 25c-
) and Flight l Instructor ., -
Courses. Approval No. 5650. ;:-' Fresh
: :::- Nabisco 1

pnONE 135 Strawberries 2 pis. 49c RITZ t 30c
Class Room Instruction Tues. & Thurs. ,
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.\ Z, 19.18 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGnAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
PAGE SEVEN

Good Attendance I the Church is now organized; At The Tabernacle Edna Noegel sang a solo "Above and --
Claude pastors have been Invited to noon and
Barton, President; Comer > ; a program of music and
brch News Noted At RevivalIn Perryman Vice-President; Mrs The The Hills Of Time, accompaniedat come together for the purpose of speaking! in the afternoon.Mr. .
I Pre-Kaster
Service of the the piano by Corbin
Carnrll.
renewing acquaintance' and fellowship .
Scott
Charles stated that
R.
Oakes, Chaplain
Christian Church I Secy.-Treas.; young people entitled: "Take A The Sunday: services in
were and to discuss plans for the
Harold of
Mrs. Herbert Deal is the teacher Mengca the Jacksonville
Cross The Shadow", was solemnlyand charge of the Sponsor and two church's
new fund
Mrs. bulllilling campaign NAS, and
in
Attendance Is exceptionally goodat Deal will teach the class formerly service -
Will Open beautifully carried out on Sat- appropriate numbers by the young soon to be launched.
In has
Japan
tentatively accepted -
the revival Sunday
services that beganIn morning at 10 o'clock and
,
urday
night and much enjoyed by people were furnished for each
Plans
dist Hour the First Christian Church on all young adults are invited to the older people who assembled to service. fur the Homecoming were an invitation to address
Easter attend. There announced this week byV.. A. the meeting.
Sunday, with Evangelist will be a meetingat
Radio participate in this heart-searching The State Convention of the Scott, '
On Sam I. Smith doing the preaching. the Alachua First Methodist service. pastor of the church, who
He Is forceful Church Friday Laymon Evangelistic Associa- stated that all friends of the
a
speaker, thrilling evening April 9th
at 7 Elmer Johns led the Programand tion is scheduled to meet here church, regardless of denomination .
o'clock.
his audiences with Dinner will ba
the ,
served
plain and his original comments reflected Saturday and Sunday, April 10th or place of residence, are Invited DAN'S Tin: MAN
New a
simple Testament very good
has
teaching program much depth of thought. Many and 11th, while the Important \ to join with the membershipon
been
as he sets forth the arranged as announced
church
by
f3+ as the predict for him a ministerial Committee meeting of the Keystone this happy occasion.
Christ built It through the Sub-district President,
ance'of the Holy Spirit. guid- Simmons of Gainesville Hugh career. W. McKlnney! handledthe Christian Foundation Is to The committee on arrangementsfor Proves VAST RELIEF for
Scripture readings very cap- follow April 14th. 15th and 16th. the Homecoming consists of:
Services will be held Bible Story Hour will\ be
held
each
i nightat ably. Other outstanding items Mrs. Luther Watterson, chairman; PAil MISERIES
8 o'clock through next week, Tuesday at 2:30: and at 3:30: o'-
were the recitations: "Indiffer- Hampton Baptists Mrs. J.V.. Home, Lacy Wynn I
except Saturday. Music is under clock. This is a very interesting ences", given in unison by the Emory Hrown and C. C. Tidwell. II I '.II''''. Nwalfte, iMfotft,
the direction of Mr. and Mrs.I' Homecoming Day will be Ob- The Sort, SHI MnelMl
program and day's events' will begin
Arden, Crosby Singing, the everyone Bible enjoys the twins, Lois and Joyce Thomas,(I nerved at the Hampton Baptist with Sunday School at 10 a. m.; JUST nib ",.....,.... twitt, NM-ra-Mm mitclM mrt Mllh
A personal invitation to attend Story, and and the striking poem: "RememIberlng Church on Sunday 11, when be ton tpM. limuuly .cdilM. .
the refreshments. I April to followed by preaching at 11 ... r.I l,. ito. pits m. U. N1URA"
this revival Is extended to the Calvary", by Vivian Hazen. members, friends, former members I BALM .1 ..... lo.-l. rin.ledipiinu'
a. m.; dinner on the grounds at aa.. ...r.t.s.f utculM. idm
public by the pastor, J. B DIxon.
I I Bible School 10 a. m.; Preach- II

ing 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Young
People's CYF meeting at 8 p. m.
each Friday night In the Legion
Hall



Baptist Easter ChurchWith and its attending, ; ; ; ? e 'e'nd Have You Heard

p W Angle Smith, resident -.
thoughts and preparations a day
,t the Oklahoma City Area'[of the past, the Pastor of the
the 1948 series of The '
ken st Hour broadcast with aj I I month First Baptist of April of Starke with begins messagesthat the' 'ABOUT THE NEW

| on "The Power of God for
I prepare' the congregation tor
n" Sunday morning, April,I the Revival beginning the 25th.
It will be heard
::30 a. m.
This Sunday at eleven the message -
n independent network of,I "The Lord's Supper", will
o i stations, the largest eVeri|gybe followed by the observance of''II JITNEY-JUNGLE

any broadcast.sponsored I|the ordinance left as a memorial' r 'r"
Southern Religious Radio Him. I I
ence composed of commit-lof I I J
The Pastor's message at theevening
torn the Southern Baptist hour will be, "Four Re- ?

(Church ton, the, the Protestant Presbyterian Epis-,|'qulrements for Revival" During I % a DOWN TO ( Starke )

the Happy Hour Mrs. will
Biggs
in the U. S., and the
'
I be at the Hammond and Mrs
astern and South Central
Morse at the piano to play the
ictions of the Methodist
i. I request hymns and choruses. The' \
evening service will begin at 8:00: 1
Ic for these broadcasts will and Training Unions Win meet atj .
The Methodist Hour Choir, .
6:45: through the summer months,
fined group of professional I one-half hour later than duringthe .. a
who are spiritual In their ,t
winter. Sunday School meets \:
koh and deeply Interested In''at 9:45:
: with departments and
pality of music. I I I I classes for all ages. Mid-week

year the theme for all 13 I j service Wednesday at 8:00: with
leasts will be '"The Teachings I1 I!Bible Study by the Pastor from .

lus and a specific problem of,the book of Epheslans. you want, you carry or roll your basket up clone to the
life. An attempt will W A cordial Invitation is extended It's i the handiest place
place where came irt and they've got somebody there
to interest all people pos-''to all .to worship at all **nric you .
[in tAe Christian way of life' (! The' nursery for children under .\ to add up all the items and put them In a sack for yon.
lo bring the teachings of,II three is open for all Sunday ser ever saw and just about
I to the masses of people. I I vices. you I never was a feller to go very strong for new-fangled

e Methodist Hour may be:I the simplest way to buy groceries you can imagine. ideas but I'll tell you right now that this Is the neatest
in this area over stationat
8:30 a. m.fsbyterian Methodist ChurchThe First thing you do Is pass in through some sort of a trick In tradin I've ever run across."

greatest day in tbe history gate affair that they call 'turnstile. And that thing1!

Church of the church was experienced, fool too' It's not but & from farmers
Easter Sunday. A large class you very large anybody can go they buy

ruing Worship and Sermono'clock. was received into the Church witha through it. Next thing you do is get yourself a basket.
Each Lord' Day I large number baptized, and a
l
r of the Risen .Christ. the Lord. Another class will be they've got some contraptions that work just like baby Hank, I is that they're going to help the
Con-I
te the hopes and joys (I received In this coining Sunday
irrection. Special music by April 4th. Holy Communion will buggies. You can use one of these to roll around the farmers. There are lots of things we

oung Ladies' choir under the be observed at both services and store and never have to carry your basket. You don't i y grow like potatoes, tomatoes, onions,
fctlon of Mrs. Kaufman. In- all of the new members will be o
Baptism will be administered invited to partake of the Holy I have any trouble gettin what you want, because it's ,' cabbage, turnips greens, etc. that the

his service. Visitors are ale Sacrament. The :Pastor, Rev. W., right there before you with the prices plainly marked. r' store has. to buy nearly every day. I
welcome. J. Churchwell, will use as the
topic for his sermon "I Am Not You just pick out what you want, whether it's fruits met the manager (who is an extra nice
nday School at 9:45.: Classes
:
II ages. Come join us In they Ashamed Choir will Of render The special Gospel"music.. The vegetables: canned or packaged goods. When you get feller) and he told me to spread the word around that

of God's. Word.' The,Sunday evening service will! ,back to the meat market they've got some people to get ha waists to buy everything he can right here in our

eatminster Fellowship In the be the singing of special Easter what you want cut and wrap it for you. I believe they're own market. He sure to see this store the next time
Anthems, an hour of music by the
el at 6 Miss
Stubbtns p.has m.charge of Maryrs the young people of the Church. A I the friendliest folks I ever saw. After you get what you go Into town." .

very interesting program has been .
I ram.
arranged. Some 20 voices under -
ha Session and Trustees will the leadership of Mrs. Church-
t
It on Monday evening at 7:30.: well, assisted at the piano by Miss NH rhV 7NNrr; .;NlIlrrYf,,
Flynn, and at the by .. !M'11IT X 7r1M
organ
Betty '
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PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS Mrs. E. K. Perryman. ;;r:':::::::: r. ....:.:....... lii7iii8''
CHURCH Monday evening at 7:30: o'clockthe
10th St. and Temple Ave. Starke Church will entertain

nday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn- the Garfield Evans sub-district
Worship 11 a. m.: Evangells-I meet Melrose, Waldo, Hawthorne, av
[ Services 7:00 p. m. Everyone Lawtey, and Starke will be represented ;1iiii i'
is '
compo j Billy Smith Is the Presi- : ; [ ,
I'|dent..
I HAN'S THE: MAN | The Young adult division of

FRIDAY & SATURDAY APRIL 2 3
FIRST BAPTIST, CHURCH STARKE"In No. 2 Dale Sliced PINEAPPLE . _ 33c

Blue Plate MAYONNAISE 49c
The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof -
Fancy Shredded COCONUT, 4 oz. . 18c
The People"A I 24 oz. Extra Fancy Patna RICE 39c


Southern Baptist Church For All People 3-oz. Sliced DRIED APPLES 19c I Fresh SPARE RIBS, lb. 49c

I

Sunday School 9:45 Training Unions 4:15 1-lb. Chocolate-Covered CHERRIES 95c I Fancy CHUCK ROAST, lb. 49c

Morning Worship Evening Happy Hour
9c
Large BANANAS -
11:00 ':30 MARSHMALLOW CREAM, pts. _ 23c '

LETTUCE, hard heads, 2 for 19c39c
REVIVAL BEGINS APRIL 25TII
4 1-2 SPANISH OLIVES - 32c
Lo d's oz. MEAL
Morning Sermon "The Supper" 5 Ibs. Dixie Lily -
Evening Sermon "Four Requirement. For .\ Revival"

23c Vanilla Wafers 9 5 Ibs. Dixie Lily GRITS - 55c
Nursery With Adult Attendants Open- For All Cranberry Sauce oz. 23cI I

Sunday Service* i i

Fruit Cocktail 27c 1 lb. Krispy Crax 25c ,
"Visit The Church With The Visiting Pastor"R. )


- Heinz Baked Beans 22c 3 Ibs. SPRY - 1.29 ,i, JITNEYJUNGLE


8 oz. CHERRIES 27c 33 BLEACH, 2 for 25c ,

B. Alvarez & Son I

VEL 33c
Slbs. SUGAR 39c Large -


Transfer & Storage Co. Pink SALMON 55c SUPER SUDS - 33c


Moving: and Phone 9105 Large Assortment of TEAS Octagon Soap Powders 9c .dS "


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Florida. AL[. $1.75 (t 'I Conner B West Madison Street
Cigarettes ros.-
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I April 26. 1948, In the

Modern Methods Of Canning And Freezing week and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein plaintiff County I I AM NOW RUNNING

I Telegraph l shall. publish thin OrdvrIn
Here Next Tuesday next four weekly I..MU..I..
1 To Be Demonstrated \VltneH. my hand and official The LAWTEY HARDWARE
I i
," larch)
Ktemonntratlons showing the lat-- ;OFFICIAL: SEAL) A. J. Thomas Combined With My Other Business .
ftt methods of canning and deepfrirzlnff In Bradford and the 15 other A. Clerk of aald. Court.. Wainwright & Son -T't.' :
and Za 'h H. Douglas, JackHonvlll, Fla.
of fruits, vegetables I counties which compose my district Atty.< for IMf. 3-28 4t 4.19YOTICFI

, rnra.ta will be conducted by Miss I ," he said, "because I believeIt Well well Every year I Ill., for a visit with the N. Stern- APPI.IC'ATIO'- FOil

Grace I. Neely Food Conserva Is far more Important for me think surely the Easter parade bergs at Daytona Beach Also OK TA X HEED:

tion Specialist State Home Demonstration to stay online Job In Washingtonat has reached the ultimate but noted Ed Curry of Charleston iio...UBKEHY BIII N...O1VKN.I rfTallatuusee. / NOTICK IS !
Department, this particular time" when another year rolls around, down for an Easter visit with L. n Powell the holder of the following
on Tuesday April 6, beginning of her has tiled mild RIVERS DOUBLE
itself again Garnita Hutto at the home oertlflcatea STOCKS
Price states that he is "vlgoro- there it la, outdoing tax deed to be
'. I at 9:00: a. m. at the oualy opposing President Truman'ssocalled ... In spite of the chilly weather parents Bill Clute up from rtiricatea l Issued thereon.for a The certlfltnutes'. BRINLEY TURN
Bradford
b ',' Stoke Canning Center made coats almost obligatory Daytona to attend Easter servicesand numbers and year. of Issuance, the PLOWS
program"and
civil rights that and
meeting description of the property
School. An all-day
.1 High Is "advocating universal military I noted quite a few damsels chat with Call Street friends the n am OH In which It wan assessed. And Hoes Rakes. Pitch Forks, Planter
.
L,1 .fa acheduled.If I toward in the "new look", although are a* follows: jt ,
the Information training as a step indulging Certificate No. 242 Year of Is- Cultivators and a Full Line of Farmers'T.
1 .. las Neely will present national security. He states that most preferred to com nuance 1940Description Took
recently released by Fond farewell were said this of Property: K'<. of
,halfway
about
Nutrition he also favors the temporary rein- promise somewhere ,SWVi. of NK(4( Seo. 11 Twp. II S.: R. L. WAINWRIGHT & SON
Human brideas
of
:
Kenls and
the Bureau week to
V statement of selective service and between the old look and the George 23 ":. -20 screw
.'. and Home Economics Wa.hln&i i has been very active In behalfof I new look .. Anyway. It was they moved to Palatka where Name In which accessed" Un- Next Door To Post Office LawteyFJ
'
tan IX C.. from results of scientific -' the farmers cattlemen lumber!I I quite a nice look l ,' and I wish I George will play ball with the known Certificate' No. 197. Year of h- .

t.. experiments on home methods reside' to Into Azaleas this season Helen Duiince 1941. 'Ii -
veterans who time and go
and war had space ofi8W'4
men of W%
Property:
11' '.,1 t ia deep freezing and canning.All In Bradford County. (I I greater detail but 'twould ,take Strong (Mrs. Harley F.), who lieHcrlptlon' ..f NJo='/. Sec.: 11 Twp. 6 H. Jt: I ii WIINNILJIIIIIIWIWIIWYYIIIWIWIINIIIIWNIIIIINIIIWNNIYIIYIYII' "" '"" ' "NIYIWIWYNIINIIIINIIIIIIIIINIIINIYINIWNYWNNNIIINIIWk"W." "' / .
persona interested are invited describe the amazing had the misfortune to fall and 23: Jo=. 20 acre. ., '
to bring a lunch and participate Rep. Price la completing his volumes to I'd be sure break her leg last Feb. 6. la now Name In which assessed. A. u.. ::
". third term In Congress and Is a array and even then Hnf..re: ELECT J. P. (Jake)
in picnic style meal at noon Mer-I to omit some of the most out recuperating at her home on All of mild. property being. In the ROGER
member of the Important of Bradford State of Flor
will be furnished by County
Drinks .
'" time. Lake Her many
q "' ." chant Marine and Fisheries Committee standing So better not men- Kingsley 'ida. i.
Home Demonstration Clubs. at all friends will be glad to know that Unless ouch certificate or certificates I I YOURRepresent
and ia the sixth ranking tion any shall be redeemed according
member of the Democratic side. ,she is coming along fine, like)he to law'. the property dcHcrlhed In i P,. .
old trouper" she Is such certificate or certificate. will i
Price To Speak Hear that Ona Ilcmorent received "good '
He also is a member of three im lie sold to the highest bidder at the ,
1 At 11:30 sub-committees.. quite a thrill when the Nice to see Grace Rltch's smiling court house door on the first Monday a
portant
Saturday
door bell rang Easter morningand countenance behind a typewriter In month of May, 1448, which U

\. there stood a messenger delivering In the School Board office the 3rd day of May, 1141. 1948. 4 TO TilE
; Rep. Emory Price of the second Mated thin 75 day of March STATE!)
Cabbage Bringing two beautiful orchids Seems she started work there a (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomaH

Florida seeking Congressional re-election to District another,I Good Price NowR. from an admirer In South Caro- couple of weeks ago and she and flerk County. of Florida Clrpnlt. Court 3.26 of Tradford 4t 4.18 f ? LEGISI..ATl'REFRml !

'f ," two-year term, will bring his eam-I lina Needless to say she her chillun are occupying the nil '

paign Into Bradford County Silt-I B. Alvarez manager of the was perhaps the most orchidaceous Graham cottage on Clark Stree iv rmcriT, C-MHT. Bii 'npoiin
IX CILtN4'FIIY. -
FlOllllltl
(i'OfMTY
w'. urday April 3, when he Starke State Farmers Market young lady !in the Easter Grace says that she and Bill ; BRADFORDCOUNTY !

." Starke at 11:30: a.m. states that the price for cabbage Parade Hazel Simmons also tthare-cropping on a garden Margaret Lnnjren Wllllami'. Plaintiff ..,
Jam.n JoHpphVllllam i
,q I:' Because of the complicated<< national -I halt soared to $1.50 per SO-lb. sack among the ,orchid-wearers and and it looks great It they can Defendant.VM.. Cure No.. 64.16.OKDER I: r: "
'"" -. and International situation and he urges all farmers with quite happy over the fact since just manage to keep the cows OF PUItLICATTON i f
: AND NOTICE TO APPEAR *>
:'' campaigning for re-election.. "I cabbage ready for the market tq 'twas the first of her lifetime 'rut! "8TATK' 01' FLORIDA to: Mr. t

1r.. ;r "' "I I to devote much of hU time to contact him at once. says she Nice to see Iris James Joseph and ad"Wllllunm tress In:, whose The. Hotel renldence i. e 0'r

: .' campalgnong for re-election. "I The cabbage price was down to an' Sanford RItch and eon. Gene Edward .\. Hall left Thursday Richmond Buffalo/ New York.

l,/ am forced to leave a major part 40c a bag a few days ago the over from Gainesville for the day of last week for the West Coastto April You 2A,are 19Vi required In the
of my campaign up to my friends market manager said. and enjoyln' every minute of the fly back to ,his home in Hon- Court and cruse wherein. plaintiff
,
t wonderful church services and renewing seeks divot and restoration. ofmald..n t g On A FarmliBradford
i.ii.\{( \ - - - olulu after a five-weeks visit With\ na ne. Bradford County
not-so-old acquaintances mall I this Order
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Telegraph publish
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9 :' Ted Osborne also an Easter- his brother Winkler In next fcnr. weekly iasnes.Witn County

come-homer, flying here for the He's kinda prospecting around neal at Itarke.ee my Florida hand and thin official March

i' ; HEAR weekend from Houston where Florida, looking for a 1: .ely business 2:. l!In.OFr.'tCIAL.

I,'I I he's enrolled In a photog course location, but hasn't definitely A.( ''lork of SEAL acid )Court.A. J. Thomas, J.. P. ROBERTS STANDS FOR:

1;' made up hla mind to leave HawaII T. Frank Ijindrum* Starke. Fla. j Every Citizen In Bradford County
yet Add Easter activities: Atty. for Plf. 3-18 4t 4-18

; DAN McCARTY Lyle Anderson said goodbye to I Jeannette McLendon new rabbit IV: CIRCriT: mRT. BRADFORD I: Mote State and Federal Fonda for Roads In Comfy I
f > '' ,
COI''I''V FLORSUAl CHANCERY ;.
r the Navy last work and he and owner receiving expert advice on i Hardsurfaclng Main lateral Roads Throughout Coj|

Dot are occupying! the upstairs the care and culture of bunnies Margaret Whltcomh. Plaintiff' v*. I Ij Better Public School
Whltcomb, Defendant.. CacnNo
apt. in the E. F. Miles home from old-hand Sammie Kennedy Wilbur. 8U8. '
for Governor
Candidate I'
If1 Glad to know that little Paula Kaspar Duncan and Jimmie ORDER OF PUBLICATION More Adequate School Lunch Program

? Glllen. daughter of the Hal Gil- Hoppe spending a chilly but STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Mr. Increased! Old Age Pension

lens Is getting along nicely after never-the-less enjoyable Saturday Wilbur Whltcomb. .. who... residence ,i I Pensions for All Over 60 Yean of,Age Rcgardlm ;
i; and address : HW 83th Street j
her minor operation recently when night camping out in a new trailer Brooklyn, New York. of Their Wealth
a wasp became lodged In her ear at Kingsley Lake ". You .are required to I
April 19 1948, In the above name l NO NEW TAXES FOR'-ANY'PURP08Etl
.
I," Can't think of any more harrowing -!. -- Court and oawie, wherein. plaintiff ;I
experience Glimpsed Well guess that winds up the seeka divorce & luppnrt ruse j Spendthe Money We Already Have With Common inl

.\ LJ1 (Sternberg) Clsne in town little black book for this time child.todv and Bradford control County of Raid Telegraph minor. IJ!,

'f.. Saturday behind the wheel of a So long '. See you In the shall. publish thla Order In next j
A Vote For Me Is A Vote For Your Olll]
swanky gray Cadillac .. Seems next four Wltnena weekly my lusue' hand; and nfflclnl Ii ;

1 she's been down from Champagne, -CarolynMr. teal. at Starke, Florida this March II Best Interests
vtI 18. 1948.
and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinsonhad OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas
f'' a Oerk ..f paid C(.nr r"r"'I. J JT. Pd. PoL Adv.
( )
4 Rites, WednesdayFor as dinner guests Monday Frank r..ndrum.. Stark, Fla.fctty. .
: rb for Pit. "3-19 4t 4-' S YIIIIINIAe'IIInINIPINP'I" '''' '''' '' '''IIIINIIYIW.PIYIIIIINININI.IMY/ln'NFIIIWIINIIFI/IINIIIIIIH'' '' '''' '''''''''' ''' '' / "," "IN.IIIINNNIIIII'''' '' '' 'IINIYNIIMLIIIM1teIN''''' '''' "'''' "
I, night Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plasterof
: C. M. CarltonCharles
:, ; j Norfolk' Va., Miss Marie Ed- -
I Ip r
I
: wards of H. a.L y.
Jacksonville and J. R.
Monroe'Carlton
'It'b 71. retired -
Mott and Bob arrlsh of Brooker
< .. railroad man;; 'died at his '
... F. L.
Durahlmer and, daughter,
1I t home here Monday after being in
.
.
; failing health for some'time. He Mary Louise, and Miss Marlon ; -, : t (
Selley! attended Easter
was born In Matoon Ill., July 15, Sunrise
1876 and had lived In Starke for Services at Keystone. Heights last

.. I the past 20 years:, He was a Sunday. -

"/" member of the' Presbyterian .
DAN'S THE: MAN "
Church. ".

Surviving besides his widow it COIF rincviT TY FLORIDA roi RT., BR"POIIO IN CIi4CEIIY. a tt} ,

SPEAK IN STARKE Mrs. Bessie M. Carlton, are one _

),; .., son. Frank H. Carlton of Detroit, Mary Plaintiff Louise, vi,. Walter Sampley Conrad Dophcr r>,.-, I
i Mich.; one brother' Fred Carltonof Pher Jr. Defendant. ('.... No. Mil( .

Starke; and a cousin Miss' AND ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR

Florence Wood, who had made her STATE; OK FLOItlDA to: Walter
t: TODAY ,Rti,,
April.2nd Conrad DopherJr. who,, re.luencw l- as
home here with the Carlton broth IH unknown. f
,,
ers ever since they moved to You are required. to appear. on % rv'
MAY ard. 1948, In the above named SITP'S VNr4
Starke. Court and. cause, wherein plaintiff.
I Funeral services were held In Meek. divorce. Bradford County
11:15 A. M.h Telegraph .hall. puhllxh thla Order"
the First Presbyterian Church In next four weekly IBHUCK.
.
Wednesday afternoon at. o'- Witless my hand and offlchil
Heal. .at Starke. Florida thin let of
clock with Dr. J. W. Kaufman, April 1948.IOFFICIAL!!.
S I I M t S I SM MI I t S ksss I
| pastor officiating, assisted by ( SEAL) A..J. Thomas
H > B sBi H s ( .
ss s s ss s i An Clerk of aid Court.Henderson .
Rev. W.-J. Churchwell and Rev .Iohn.J Esq., St. Augus-
L. D. Hainan. Interment was In tin... ."1....
Atty. for Plf 4-S 4t 4-S3 6qdA
Crosby Lake Cemetery under the
1 i direction of DeWitt C. Jones. IV rmri'iT roi'itY.1: nutnFonn
JOYNER'SGrocery COI'NTl, FLOIII..." IV CII.\'\.
Active pallbearers were N. D. CKIIY.Clementine.

i. Wainwright Jr., Clarence Melton\ Atkinson Oreene. ., Plain
tiff v" Clifton Greene, Defendant.
M.' H. Gresham R. H. Grtder JI Cane, No. 5449.ORDER Believes That Every Child Should Have An
F'Hazen, and Carl Johns. OF" PUBLICATION
..I & Market AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

Friends of Lacy-Rlgdon will be Green STATE. ., whore OF FLORIDA residence to:la Clifton un Equal Opportunity For A Good Education!

glad to learn that he was discharged known. '
You are required to appear on to (fulfill
;tI. c Friday & Saturday April 2 3 ONLY from St. Luke's hospitallast Mar 3rd. l48, In the above named Th.w.ifar.arid education fully qualified nOW .,
,011I,1 Court and wherein of Florida's children Chief Executrstate. '
.', week and Is now at the home cause. plaintiffHeeka has been the the duties of
of his brother Arthur Rigdon, Telegraph dlvor.hall
3654 Raiford St., Jacksonville.DAN'S In next four weekly lauen.Witn..n been teacher principal county +( knowledge of governmental"
my hand and official. neat. ?
i"" Waldorf Instant SUDS 24 lOc lOt Starke Florida. tills lstof. April superintendent and school through eleven years of t O"ri

oz. -THE-: MAN (uu.OFFICIAL : A. J. supervisor. And during his three experience osa member ofW"/

TOO LATE TO( CLASSIFY A. Clerk of (aid Court, terms 'as Stale Superintendent of cabinet and other imp ; I'

i John. Fla..r H'nderson' E"18t- AugulI' Public! Instruction, he has raised the and commissions, ur "g

:f FOR KENT -room furnished Atty. for Pit. 4.} 4t 4-33 quality of Florida's public school administrations of three g

house with electricity and ga... 1... riRCl'IT 'Ot'RT: program from substandard levels ,m
BRADFORD t h "fj
21hs. BABY LIMAS 35c Also for ....,., 16 x 16 home rOI''Oj'rV' FLORIDA, Ire CIIAN.CEIIT. : to well above the national average. I S. As Governor voluablsBow *
rFlorida's
.. --c Letnrh. Rt. J. Box It. ,Jiave to spend
m
Annie Lou Wilson Plaintiff v.. present educational system =
': around"acquainted
Stork' lip Marlon. .:rn..t Wllaon. Defendant. feeling his way ;
Can. No. 4437.ORDER serves as a pattern for twenty with the ob'sev.n
...
i; FOR SALE-Practically now, op rrriLirATtov: other states. *."
ANT N TI('K TO APPEAR Governor. He knows no
l&L large 4-"'""" baby carriage STATE' OF FLORIDA to: Marlon t
Pure CANE SYRUP 1.50SPIC'n will hunt and pad. Can bearea Prnent Wllann whone redden. In: It Is an established fact fromthemom.ntofhisinaupo dGo
South "Main d
Street Ramberg South he will be full-fl.
that the of a
at Hart FIlm Store. $n.110 .- arollna. prosperity any country

r'4 4'h caah.-Mi,... R. F.. June! lip You are required. to appear onw. state community depends directly t R.adthe33.pointpl! I n4

i4 1 'upon the education of its children. o' Colin! Engli.h..,the :

FOR REST 3-room furnished Education Is good bu sine.. of the most Important poise
apartment, tl. E. electric! refrigerator i C. T. tJ n
Cleaner -19c Ifs the best business Investment a state can malcel continued In education and aTe
progress
t gsa stove. -Mrn. S. "1
: R. John, sot Washington St., Wine! It a mocker, strong : protect our present gains, and assure opportunity for a good e d uco10'd for. *

"; ., Starke. itI drink Is raging: and \vt
even l" deceived thrrrby Is not must elect a Governor who will give us forceful
aCCornp
2LoavesAnyBREAD' 25c <"IR.(" 'I'r' roi'HT. nRAnronn "1101'. and vigorous leadership Governor whose hear Colin English has ofrtooV GovernorlII

MsN (;01 > rV. Fl.OHIUAl lCI1.' -.ro\'rrbS 20:1 It In education/ great things for Florida, and as will beat
'rony: which .
continue do all of those things
Alma Freeny Chatman. Plaintiff.
v.. Jon Chut. man. Defendant. Case. r I And aside from his outstanding the interests of oil Florida. Comport th ucP .

No. (1444tmuER! or PUBLICATION1 REAL ESTA w-- accomplishments in the field of education as record of accomplishment and other ;/P

t, Best WHITE BACON lb. 32cSwift's ANT NOTICE TO APPEAR Lint Superintendent of Public Instruction Colin English i Is of those seeking this high office, and youll I
STATE OF FLORIDA to: J.teChatman. your property! for sale
whore renldenc l I. with I If Is to the best Interests vol.I lotI
unnnwn. of
me. I hate soM man
jf' many every woman and child of this *'af., that you
You 5rr required. to appear nn pieces! of property and haveenv

{ Breakfast BACON, lb. 68c May seeks 3.and divorce.1911.cau.e In ,the Bradford wherein above plaintiff Count nam dCourt square' deal prnnprrtlv! I* guaranteed.buyer. A.a.r A COLIN E rsftS L I S H

p jjvUl Telegraph .hall nuMlnh this Order > commlKKion la all that I re>
*
In next four weekly I Inane.
Witness iry hand and official in\Tf.\ AH m member! of tile / GOVERNOR
'I" mark... Florida, this March Realty Board h*>

IV.P' J OLEO Parkay or All Sweet lb. 39c U....IP'&o 1941.iOAL !lE.\I.) A. J. Thnmae -.rrrt that IVIII you represent may ''

4 P fcach. If. lbnuglas". Clerk. 33 W...f said Aahley Court:! St. you to the beat of my ability.,

.larkimnvllle. Fla. .v. \v.\i.vuRioirr., JR. I! *< a errror COLtN i E1ICUSKrAG1C I
sw Atty. for Plf. 4-1 4t 4-1) Realtor
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