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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 9, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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the down-glare of a. single overhead light, on the Red Sox To Brown Denies Saying r t

White frame Theressa school Open 10,000 BuildingsSold Farm-to-Market
F the little one-room, "All Dead"Vho Road
County candidates for public office, true '
Bradford 'II
rion, Tuesday night "took to the hustings". Season HereWith Knew Of Agreement 0 From CampAs h

unearthly calm of Theressa-after-dark
the
Ottering H. O. Brown local attorney
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plified platforms and promises that reverberated from Wednesday Issued the following Program Given Impetus : |

woodsland, candidates, for the most part, avoided 'Bullets'The statement: Army ExitsCamp ;, ; .

blance of mud-slinging confining their vote-pleas TO THE CITIZENS OF BRAD- .

accounts of their own Red Sox, Starke's town FORD AND UNION COUNTIES: Blandlng, formerly one of Rep. Price Brings Rites Thursday Four Miles Of I..: [ tj t.

tions. hunTonight( AtBRADFORD baseball team. will begin the cur- "It has been called to my attention the largest Army Installations In Campaign To 4 t ,:t ,:'
that Hon. Charley E. For Geo. F. Tibbitts
rowd of several rent season tomorrow (Saturday) the nation having a capacity for '

.. .. ;1 frnnt f fl' T .. !_... ..... and<< Sunday with- opening- games Johns.. .' candidate... for State... .. Sena-,... housing 110,000 men and once Bradford County Well Known Figure Bayless Hi-way :_

"lustllng with military activity, ,
... finally bern closed out and Rep. Emory H. Price candidate Qeorge Franklin Tibbitts. AdIrondack 0 I t-tP

urned over to the Florida Na- for re-election to Congress from camp director and a retired Now In
Budget r'
I I lonal 0 Guard. this district, spoke here Saturday YMCA worker died Monday; .. :

Colonel Willis E. Teale, Jack- morning pointing out that he morning at his winter homoParkOfPalms :
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH FIUD.W.PHIL 2, 1918 onvtlle District Engineer, In an had recently Introduced two bills near Keystone State Senator Charley E. John ,. .t \

--- .. .. which would authorize Army En was notified this week '
... ---- -- -- -- -- --- -- -- -- rttervlew with the Telegraph yea Heights, after a brief Illness. He by F. : f

rriT COITllT OPM k No. 6419. April 12th 1948. In the above nam- erday, said that formal cancel- gineers to make a survey of flood would have been 34 year old on Elgin: Bayless, chairman of the .., ti

|,% \ ) FOIl HKADtV. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThohiaS OR1>ER OP PUBLICATION od Court and cause, wherein pluln- lions of Government leases coring conditions In the vicinity: of Keystone April 10. State Road Department, that
\ IV CIIANCKHY.V A. Clerk of said Court ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR tiff Bi'okn divorce. ITadford County } '
\ state-owned land were ef- Heights, Including Crystal Mr. Tibbitts .. the necessary funds have i f
r. Frank LanJrum affectionatelyknown
%" Starke: Fla. STATE OP FLORIDA to: Lena Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn "
anol 'Sfiosipsoar n.wvnu. Atty for Plf. 3-13 4t .-2 y. iSplvey, whose residence Is un- next four weekly iaurs. ected on March 31 and) practlc-: and Bedford Lakes. as "Pop" to hundreds oadmirers been placed In the 1948 budgetof : t
known. Witness my hand anti official seal all of the real In his the Road Department for the r :I
Jly surplus bringing tithe was born at ,
tiffs, IY CIRCUIT coritT. nn.i)Koi n You are required to appear on at Stark.., Florida, this 11th of prop- candidacy Aylmer,
COtTY., FLUKIUAl 1CHAN- April 19 1043 In the above named March 194S.OFFICIAL. rty has been!' sold. Leases of t people of this community, Ontario, Canada. He studied In building of a hard-surfaced road ,' '

"nul... ET A'". CeRV.Leonard. :J. Pharr. Plaintiff vs. Court Seeks divorce.and cause, wherein Bradford plaintiff County ( As SEAL Clerk) of A. said J.. Thomas Court., 1,000 acres of land from the Congressman Trice emphasised Michigan and later at the New from Hampton 'to Thoreau a :t I,

ufo' I.t IU.ICATIOY Irene Headley Fharr, Defendant Telegraph shall publish this Order John J. Hendemon, Kmi., :St.: Augus- Itate In 1941 have just been cant t the valuable experience he has England Conservatory of Muslo In hard-'Surfaced road from Lawtey ( i

OF 13. t JU2Aomp..ny. Case No. 8403.ORDER OF. PURIFICATION In Witness next four my weekly hand lamifla.and official tine Atty. Fla.for Plf. J-12 4t 4-2 tiled. An additional 40.000 j gained In Ms several years 'in ,Boston.,., In 1889 he Joined the to the State Prison Farm road I

i -riranl* d and exIt AND NOTICE TO APPEAR seal at titurke, Florida this JtarcliIT. .cres of Government-owned prop- .. lawn of the State of .STATE OF FLORIDA to: Irene 1948. IN: CIRCUIT COURT. wnAi>FORnC'OI New from the Pine Level i
located north and south of would York and continued Highway
enable him to City
principal place of teadley Pharr. whose residence Is OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. THomas. ,\'"y. PLORIU.1 IN C1IANaernon rty | {
I'I 716 Went Day Street, unknown.You As Clerk of said Court. C.UY. he cantonment area are ..chelllIed serve the people of this district with that organisation/ In various Church north. I assure you that I

Florida; If now In exIt are required to appear on Dan Kelly Fernandina, Florida. Oreenspan. Plaintiff, vs. for transfer to the U. S. De I Ilartment better than a new man could do. fields until 1919. the contracts will be let for these ,,
exist- 12 KamaraBH Defen
nut now In April 1948 in the above namedCourt Atty. for Plf. 8-l 4t 4-9 Sally tlreenipan ",
nown successors, gran- and cause wherein plaintiff dant. Case No. 405 of Agriculture.Since The Congressman said that he Mr. Tibbitts pioneered In summer just as soon as the survey are ""', ", I '

tun,ivrry; and the to following Telegraph geeks divorce.shall publish Bradford this County Order: I IY nncriT C'O11t'V. nnAnvonnrOONTV. ORDER AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR January 1947, when the was In favor of Universal Military camp activities, and In 1914 completed and the rights of way .. '.. T

I ,dants .severally and In, next four weekly Issues. I fKHY.Nicholas. FLOHIDAl IN CIIA.N- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs.. eservatlon was declared surplui Training and other preparedness be opened the Camp of the Woodsat secured. \" t t'I I

t i" they or any of them Witness my hand and official Faynd, Plaintiff, vs. Sally Kamarnsa. Uruenapan, whose the needs of the Army, sales of Spectacular, N. Y., which work "I want to that the citizens t
,it I If they or any ofil seal at Starke Florida, this March Martha Yakuluh Defendant.Case residence and address is: % Domestic o ,measures and was also In favor say : .:
their several and 10, 1940.OP'FICIAL. No. H421.ORDER Fayad. I Relations Court 327 Hchermer- eal property! by the Corps engineers }f ,of expanding the service afforded will continue. He pursued his of your District should be proud I:,

KiantrcB known ,heirs namely davlwii: Wllil -, Am( Cleric of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas, OF1 PUBLICATION horn You St.,fire Brooklyn.required New to appear York. on : has continued. Several ]by the Rural Electrification Administration hobby of Interesting people In ,of the roads that you are securing ,J" f'" )J A Ti'

I M. Z. Turner and Martin. J. Pearl Jacksonville, Tla. STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Martha. April 12.;! lOiS In the above named 'lllllon dollars worth of property; dally devotional Bible reading and for them and I want to thank : 'J' '

,,.i. his Ward wife;; Thomas Oxeneimiret Atty. for Pit. S-12 4t .-2 Yalcslrh Fayad. whose residence Court sacks. and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein. pliilntlff County revlously sold includes more In 1003:! organized the Gospel Vol- you myself for the many kindnesses ,IT", ", : !

olHe Ward; Ro etta IN CIRCUIT COURT BRAD"ORDCOI1NTY I and Yakslrh.address 835 lust Sidney known, Pittsburgh Is % Mrs, Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn han 10.00G buildings consisting nf untct'rs of the WorM to promotethat that you have shown the
IIIt I Ward; and Florence FLORIDA .IN CHANCKHY next four weekly Issues.WttneHH station objective. ills' books and f.ll.
I I Pennsylvania. mv hand and official arracks, theatres, filling Board Names State Road Department as a i II : 'I

'""wn) hairs, devisees, I Richard L. Harris Plaintiff. vs April You 19th.are 1949 required, In the to above appear named on- saul nt Starke. Florida thltf March Warehouses, hospital buildings, tracts were published! In many member of the Senate" Mr. Bay- ; I.i.; ;

urantects U.V..of Malnea J. R. Mott de-, I I Case Judy No.Maxine 6401ORDER Harris, Defendant. Court and cause. wherein plaintiff (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.:1. Thomas overed walkways. observation languages, and he made two loss concluded. .: !:,
.
; ri.( p Ward, also known OF PUBLICATION Telegraph seeks divorce hall publlxh PTadford this County OrderIn As Clerk;:: of said, Cour Via. ower, recreation buildings. of- Two PrincipalsTwo Journeys around the world visit Biwokrr. to Mlkrnvllle I; !f 'i. I IS.n'ator
nl, deceased; and to AND NOTICE TO APPEAR four Issues. 1'. Frank Tjandrum.' Storke leers water tanks ing missions In Europe, the Near k"
al and respective hus I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Judy next weekly official Atty. fer Plf. 3-12 4t 4-2 clubs, chapela Johns, Rep. N. D, Wairi'I. 1 f I
wives ot each every I Maxine Harris whose residence Is seal.Witness at Stnrke.my hand Florida and, title 17th Ipe of all type anti sizes, mock East and North Africa, wrlght Jr., and Hep. Fred.O. An j( fl I ,

m natural personn who I unknown. of March 194M.OFFICIAL IN:\ CIHOUIT) fOUIIT.: DRADFOItn lUagoH, and other training aids school pilnclpnU. for the Mr. Tibbitts! hud! many frll'ndllanl draws were all three l! notified this '
named aa ddfenH Your are required to appear on
fore SEAL A. J. Thomas, COUNTY. FLORIDAI IN CHAN t '.
)
Kill and the name. April 12th 1948, In. the above named ( As Clerk of said Court. (.EIly- allroud track materials, scrap; year 1918-49 were reappointed by admlrrri. III Starke, resulting week<< by Chairman Bayless that a ''I,

rally and respectively Court. and cause, wherein. plain John 1. Henderson, Esq. St. Augua-/ Jack'le Dowdy Blanchett. Plaintiff; laterlaU fencing etc. the Bradford County* Hoard of from his frt-quont' }lecture apptarancrs In.the sum of $303,336.93: : .- : I
tiff seeks divorce. Bradford
hereinbefore npecld County
me tine. Fla. vs. La Roy Blanchett, Defendant. I'ubllc Instruction at Its .
unknown to plain: Telegraph shall publish this Order Atty. for Plf. S-19 4t 4-S Case ND. 6409ORDER The water distribution system meeting at the Gospel TabernncM arded to L. U Hall ft
Witness my hand and official OF PUBLICATION insisted of 12 wells, varying In In the courthouse! !Monday. The Funeral! services were hV f"1tr.rl't Co. of Orange Park t" ;
m having or claiming I eal at Starke. Florida. this llth AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ,
itlu or Interest In the In next four weekly l Issues, IN CIRCUIT COURT DRADFOILIIeol'ry. STATE OF' FLORIDA to: La Roy rpth from 580 to 711) feet deep" Hoard had previously appoints Thursday afternoon at 2 o'cliy .ing and construction 1"
scrlbocl lands In Brad- of March 1948. FLOIIIUAl IN CHAN- Blnnchett, whose residence ia unknown. tevated and ground steel water the heads. of six other county In the Kyle Kuneral ParlorsL Road 18 between It
"Klorldii to-wit: (Official Seal) A. J. Thomas t.ll1YJoseph Cs on "
'ft 1, Block IT, Aa Clerk of said Court Robert Barrage Plaintiff, You are required to appear on nks ranging In capacity from schools on March 0. Jacksonville. Mtony friends from Urooker and State Road 35 at 't ,
e.lloot Township John T Henderson Esq., St. Augus- vs. Rebecca Mary nurrage, Defen April 12th 11148.\ In the Above named 00,000 gallons\ to 1.000,000 gal: C. S. Tartln was reappointed Starke and elsewhere over the MlkmsvUle a distance of 17 1-2 r
dant. Case No. BI2B :
IK.. 20 East: said prop- tine Fla. 0 Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
otherwise described as Atty. fo Plf. 8-12 4t 4-2 ORDER OF PUBLICATION! i seeks divorce. Bradford County:;: }ln.'s, pumping stations, and hun- principal of the Hradfurd High state attended.' miles In Bradford, Union and :

70 feet of the Bast 60 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Mrs, Telegraph shall publish. this OrderIn reds of thousands of feet of School, and Mrs. Ola Mae Perkins Columbia Counties. :
FLORIDA tot '
STATE OF
,ii Block 17 Ward City, Issues.
IN cincrrr COURT nnADFonn Rebecca Mary Burrage. whose residence next four weekly of all slies. Approximately will continue to head the !
to map or plat therein COITNTY. ri.oniii.Ai IN: CIIAN- Witness' my hand and official fater pipe' Board Rescinds Itt ,
Pint Book 1. panes r"RY: and addreHS Is: 417 Hlghmar-, seal at Starke, Florida this 11th 73: percent of the total 64- Hampton Elementary School. Thtlloai'tl 0 !
,,Ijllc !Records of Brad- ket St., Georgetown South Caro'II !
Action
Mildred Mime Plaintiff vs. Lawrence of [\f"rrh. 194M.OFFIC'IAl. AcceptingResignation Hampton Baptists
Leon Williams
;
* y, Florida. Mima, Defendant. Case No na.You ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. 00 linear feet of chain link fence also approved
") 84* are required to appear on A. CI..r'' of Said. Court. )icated on and along the resrr- as principal of the negro .. Set'Fpr Homecoming ;
i April IB, 1948. In the above named i' '
irh of you are hereby ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND John .T Henderson. leq.> St. Augus312 'I i
Court and cause wherein plain- atlon has been disposed of. The s Hampton Training School.
n net required to appear, NOTICE TO APPEAR tine, VIa.Atty
in _i\er to the Bill of Coml.inalniit STATE OF FLORIDA to: Law- tiff Telegraph seeks divorce.shall. Bradford publish County this- ,for' Plf. 4t 4-2 lovernment-owned railroad 1 In>- In a meeting on March 6, the The Board of County Commlsjtiutoetif Sur Uy i.April 11 ', t| ,
you In the a- rence Mime, whose realdence in un.known. ;; lr, -'.'-" 1r. -,' "j.3ft.' ". ; ,
Inaues. i heard r h. r
"I\.uoe (being a suit to Order In next four weekly ated within and without the Board reappointed :Mrs. Muriel 1 a report from State f '

in and establish in. You are required' to appear on at Witness Starke, my Florida hand, anti this official March seal 18. iv: rot'N.t.y CIRCUIT' FLORIDA 1'0.III1AD..onn IM CIVA"4'icIly. eservatlon consisted of 27 miles Norman u principal of the! Hell Senator Charlie K.: Johns on the Planare) shaping up for a ,I$, ;
great at the
| tie to the abova defl Homecoming Day .
12th In the above named
1948.1
April : 1948 0 f track and rail accessories. All I "' and of road construction In '
fl .. ntrnlnst you and bronn Court and cimtof wherein plaintiff Maria
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. henry, Alhury, Plaintiff. VM. Hampton Baptist Church next .f"
nnd tn have plaintiffs seeks divorce.' Bradford County ( As Clerk of said Court Munoa Albury, Defendant. Case No. r this material has been sold. Harmon P. Morgan as head of the county and awarded a contract ,
1 be of the Sunday April 11 W. A. Scott ,
|< tn ownera shall! this Order ,1\
publish
Telegraph ,
Hon. Frank Landrum Starke. that of the 2glmental.aIze -I for courthouse roofing
kfmple) on the 14th day hI" next fourweekly Ismies.Witness ", T. 6440ORDER OF P'TBLirATION( Col. Teale said the Urooker Junior HIKh School I ma pastor, announced yesterday. '1'.,
'
ill I' and this you are my band and official Fla. for Plf. 3-19 ft 4-9 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR chapels. his officeas At this meeting, A. O. Jenkins, C. terlnls at its meeting here Mon- '
lIon pnln of the plaln- seal at Ptarke Florida. this 11th of Atty. 8TATK OF FLORIDA tn: MariaMimes lay The Board also rescinded Its Members, friends, former members II.! II'
ll I I brl"lf taken.as con- sold 14 to religious organlza- C. Anderson, Sarah Jenkins, and '
8R.'D"01IlJCOUNTY In
residence
.t 'OFFICIAL A. j. Thomas, IN c.nCITIT COlYflT.' Albury, whose be used 1 .. of Dr. A., Y, and pastors have been Invited 11: '
you. ( SEAT.) .. FLOIIIUAl IN: CII,'N- unknown.You iona. These chapels will Mable E. Roberts were chosen asprincipals previous acceptance
IJTtT1ILT1]! Ont>mRED: 0 As Clerk of said Court to together for the
tl\,a and order of pub- John .T. Henderson, Esq., St. ,Augus- 'icilyOladys .are required to appear on s shrines or memorials, or as of various colored Institutions Covlngton's resignation as Di. come 1ft .r
Brooks! Anderson. Plaintiff named. I''
published for four (4) tine. Fla.. Walter Donald Anderson De April 28, 1948 .In. the above enomlnattonal houses for wtor- In the county rector of the Bradford County purpose of renewing acquaintances \ .
weeks Bradford 8-12 H f-I vs. Court and 'cau. .. wherein plaintiff| ', 't.
In the for Plf. and to discuss '
Atty. i fellowship
fendant. Cane No. 6397. County sale of these build- Health .
Reeks divorce. Bradford hip. In the to call forbids Department.Senator
"graph t hnvlni, a general newvpapeit clr1iJraOford IN CIRCUIT COURT. BWAHFORD ORDER OF PUBLICATION Telfgraph. shall publish this Ordei; Col. Teale pointed out that The Board agreed Johns notified the plan. for the church's new building l1 I I II
,
TO APPEAR
AND NOTICE igs three school bus bodies
I County, Flor- rOI'NTY.' FLORIDA IN: C1IANMaYic"ret STATE OF FLORIDA whose to residence: Walter. I'In next four my weekly haml Isnues.Witness and officialnoal lie Army fixed a sale price and chasslsls on and voted to con- Hoard, that according to F. Elgin fund campaign, soon to be \l t t '

my hand as Clerk. and O. Roe Plaintiff. vs. Donald Anderson Rockford nt Starke Florida. this March 'hese chapels have an over-all to be BaylesH chairman of the State launched. All friends of the ,
l 1M: 310 I Eighth Street alder bids for materials used "
his Court this the 9th To re pro D. Ross. Defendant. Case U. 19.R. church regardless of denomination '
of Road the State has
Illinois.You SEAL A. Thomas, jngth of 96 feet and a width of Department, .
) shower
A 8398. j
1 i. p 11)48. la Starke No.< required to appear 01 (OFFICIAL In the construction a Jx
unty, Florida. ORDER OF PUBLICATION April 12 are 1948. In the above lair,'. Aa Clerk of said, Court. 1 feet. They were sold corn the Bradford High SchoolAthll.tlc awarded a contract for the construction or place .of residence, are Invited ;
at
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .T. C. Durrance. Law Exchange room to the '
THOMAS
A. J. join with
and wherein of and ofa member'p :-
bridges
cause paving
Court plaintiff and but
rcult Court, Bradford'iorldt STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lor..nznn. County Rldff.! Jacksonville. Fin.tty. lete with furnaces pews Field. '
II \. (SEAL) -'Ro"8 whose residence I Is, : % SSSamu..1 seeks divorce.hall Bradford this Order for Plf 3-211 4t f.18 Ithout the music organs. Ten road from nrooker to State ship on this) happy occasion. l. 'i

'.-a. Lake Butler, Fla. Q. Rrown! Tidewater New Associated Jer-- Telegraph In next four weekly publish Issues.Witness hapvls still remain on the reseration The office of the County School Road 23: at Mlkesvllle In Columbia The day' events will begin with '..;' :!
T
3-12 4t 4S -! Oil Co.. Bayonne official .
nFOHnFIOIUU1 noted Wednesdaythat
hand and nw
cornT.
my IN: cinrriT c.il available for sale Superintendent County. The State contract, Sunday School at 10 a. m: to be '
this M.a.r'hoJ41 CIIAN- ( are
IN
eyYou seal I at Starke, Florida ('o. 'rY. school
Ol HT, BRADFORD are required to above appear named on- 5 C.IIY itereHteJ religious organizations the appointment of for $303,33I.SS:! ( was awarded to followed by preaching at 11 a. m.; i'I't1 I .
FLORIIJ| IN CHAN April 12. 1948. In the : tAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Smith. Plaintiff. V" John teachers for the 1948-49 school "
Court and cause wherein plaintiff As( Clerk of said Court. Smith.ogena Defendant.. Cane No. 436. bould contact the Corps of En- the L. L. Hall Construction Com dinner on the grounds at noon: \J J.:

Icky Bncek. Plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford this County OrderIn Rivers & Anderson, Green Cove ORDER OF PUBLICATION Ineers at 375: Riverside Ave., year had to be completed within and a program of music and ,"j ;,li'ipeaking ,
ovek, Defendant. Ca.a.OF Telegraph shall publish NOTICE= TO APPEAR weeks.Grasses. pany.Senator "
AND two al"oId that wilt conclude the i ; ,
iccuec.Witnea. Johns
next four weekly Ileal Attys.: "io-I: PIt. 3-12 4t 4-S STATE OF FLORIDA to, John kcksonvllle, for further details\ pro
official
TICF.PUTU.ICATION at Starke. my Florida hand and thl. Match: 8.19f8. Smith, whose residence Is unknown. pgarding the sale of these build- the right of way for a road fromL.ftwtoy gram In the afternoon. ,,: 11 I{ 1
TO
I >F APPEAR 0 IN' CIRCUIT COURT. BRDFOI1I) You are required to appear on AvailableFor to the State Farm had ,', ,
FLORIDA to: Mr. J. Thomac.AN IN CIIAN- 26, 1948 in the above namedCourt Igs.
A. FLORIDA April I
OFFICIAL SEAL) ('OI"4TY. a "
.
( whoHe residence and ( been obtained and was
paid Cnurt. and wherein plaintiff surveying Charles H. Ellis ;
Clerk of cause Farmers Now :: 1
Fi115: Island New York Joseph K. Skipper. William"' Bid 11I'., JohnnsVrilrclch. Plaintiff vs. Joan. Keeks divorce. Bradford County tb> begin this week. The proposed 0
-w York. 7. W. Forsyth St.. Jacksonville Fla Smlrcl'h. Def"lIdant. Case No. et22 Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn State I Dies Near Waldo W{ : t ;
would extend from
oriulred to on Elected highway
appear Atty. for Pit. 8-12 4t f-I ORDER 0. PURLICA'I'IONAND the next four weekly Issues.WltnesH ;mith Coastal Bermuda, 99 Bermuda .
II. In
the above named NOTICE! 1'0 APPEAR my hand and official seal Road 100 to Road 16 near the f .
''Slice wherein plaintiff IN CIRCUIT COVRT. BRADFORDCOUNTY. tOI: Joan. at Htarke Florida, this March 22, and Pangola grasses will be avail Charles Homer Ellis, 62. died : !
n A Restoration of FI.OBIDAI IN CHANCERY. Smfrclrhf'whose", residence and addrens 1948! able for farmers at the Experi- State Farm. '
suddenly of a heart attack last
no. Kradford County last known Is Premuda Ca) (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I. ThomAs lead of Rotary In,j A detailed contract for roofing '
hall publish thltf Order V a'C. Stetson, Plaintiff. vs. ma"lJa Jugoelavla. As Clerk of said Court.D. ment Station grass nursery I material to be used on the courthouse Saturday afternoon while on. '.
wvrkly Issues.my Defendant. Case required to appear on 'Knight Fla. the following .dates" :> .l',1
John B. Stetson You are E. Starke Gainesville on I fishing trip at Lake Alto near'
hand and officialIce No. 6417. prll 1 19th. 194R. In the above narnid ,ttty. for Plf. a.211 4t f.18 10 June 14 was awarded by the Board 0 0'
) 19
and May
Florida this March PUBLICATION wherein plain. April 12 ; ; Waldo. H born In Atlanta
ORDER OF Court and cause Junlui M. Smith was elected to Carl Johns, the lowest bidder. I was I ; ,

.EU.> A. J. Thomas 'STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: John B. Telegraph tiff seeks divorce.shall publl.h Bradford this County Orderin IN. CIHCriT COI'IIT. Bn".oJto resident of the Starke Rotary and 28. The resignation of Dr. A. Y. aa., May 14 1886, and was a carpenter .tt', ', : 0

"'drum.' f'1..rk Stark.e.of said 1 Fla.Court. fltetllon. who"e realdence I" 48 Oar-. next fur weekly issues.Witness officialseal C.II COl'NTYi: V.targarpt. FtOHIWAI I IN Cll,'N- lub at the annual election of offers "The Experiment Station will Covlngton as head of the County by trade, being a member I .l' t

C, 3-19 4t 4-9 neon Road are Ilingham required lIaa..achu.etU.You to appear on at Stl\rke my hand Florida and this 17thf E. Branley, Plaintiff, vs."' ; held Wednesday following/ plow up the graiwes and farmers Health Unit was unanimously rescinded of local 627. Carpenters & Joiners !, .,

April 1'. 1948. In the above named", March, )940 Kenneth 6137ORnFJt L. Ilranley, Defendant. le regular luncheon meeting. Mr. will be expected to furnish potato at the request of Dr. Covlngton. Union of Jacksonville. I r .r''

f'Of.lt'r. BRAD"ORD Court eefcs and divorce.cause, wherein Bradford plaintiff County' IOFFICIAL SEAL A": Clerk;) A.of 1.said. Thomas Court 'ase N" OF PITPLIrATTON mlth has served! several terms. aaU rakes and labor for ,digging the He had previously tendered He Is survived by his wife, Mrs. 1: & '1 1Candidates ,

1"1"/111)/ IN CHAN Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn John J. Henderson, Esq.. St. AugusAtTy. AND: OF NOTICE FLORIDA TO APPKARSTATE to: Kenneth Club's secretary, and also one sod material out of the loose soil" his resignation' on March 1. Maggl Ellis of Macclenny, and a 'tto.

Ii i. Plaintiff vs. Myrtle Wltnens n.-xt four my weekly hand Issue.and official' for Fhl-Pit. 3-19 ...... L. Branley, whose. residence. l ls:- R. ( Board of Directors.A. and loading It on their trucks Tho Board appointed! clerks and brother Lion Ellis of Cordele Ga. i;. .
't, rnne No. '411 Florida this, March ___ F. D. No.1. Newburg, New York. elected! Vice County Agent T. K. McClane ex- at
Starke Funeral services held
). PfPLICATTOJI "**al at You are required tf> appear on [ J. Thomas was Inspectors for the First Primary were r /

,riCE TO APPEAR 10 OFFICIAL 1949. SEAL) A. J. Thomas I""'o'T(nnrriT" 'rY.!, FI.OHII tOFU?%. I BRADFORD ts CIt iN- April 20. 1948 In the above named resident: Guy Andrews. Secre- plained. ICl ctlon, May 4. They also agreedto the Maoclenny Church of Christ i t ,

r FLORIDA. to: MnresMenc .. A. Clerk of .ald Court.F'l.mlnIr. : Court. "and, causevheroln, plaintiffeeke try; C. H. Nasworthy re-elected Farmers are urged not to expect meet April 21 for the purpose Monday afternoon at "o'clock .
Barnett Bradford County'elegraph
and Jone. Scott & Potts onT'in-'aton: Ponder. Plaintiff Vs.Irneet divorce. I
To-1 1 E. 28th Street National flank Bul1111 ns, Jack- D.. Witt Ponder DefendantonneR shall publish this OrderIn reasurer; and Ed Shull re-elect- to obtain grass on any day of revising the Primary Registration and Interment was In Woodlawn :

1n"u..e. ..on viII". Florida 44 Ca.e Nn 11410 next four weekly. .lnsu official"... seal I Sergeant at Arms. except the dates listed above and Books. The registration; Cemetery. Macclenny .under the ?II .
d 19 tt hand )
tn appear 01 3- PImLIf"ATTON Witness mv ..'
I, Attys. for Plf. 011' Board of Directorsas asked to notify the will close 17.Dan direction of DeWitt C. Jones. ,
In the) above named AND NOTK-B TO APPEAR at Starke, Florida, this March 23.OFFICIAL The new they are hooks on April '
wherein plaintiff flflADFOflDCOINTY STATE OK FLORIDA to: Krnest 194'1.' elected aa follows: A. J. County Agent what day they Intend -- ,"1 r
Rriidford County fX CIRCUIT COURT. ( !SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas, ',I 0 0f
H 1 )uMI :h- this Order. FLORIDA IV CHAN- I !in Oener1 Wit Ponder Delivery whoeC, Orlando.residence Flor- An. d"rk of mid Court homas, C. H. Nasworthy, Junlust. to go to Gainesville. McCarty PresentsIn Platform To Voters 0 : '
I w -klr; 1"""",,. (FIty.feedham. II. fcach If. Dmiglas. Jacknonvlllo, Fin.Atty t. Smith T. K. McClane, E. L.
;", t ')(1 end official usala ", 1Iof. Sphr"y. Plalntlft Ca.va.l. I: da.You are rmtulred' to appear on for Plf. S.U 4t f-III Serious-Minded SpeeDan !ch: Here Friday 0 ? I :;1
th-lB March llth Lena: J. Spivey Defendant. :'atthews. Guy Andrews, Lucian Funeral TuesdayFor (;

onner, and Herbert Deal. J. II. McCarty, .candidate for ed with distinction in the state ,fi 'lL 1 :

I uPre, Incumbent president whose Donnie Hall Governor and Fort Pierce citrus: Legislature; being elected Speaker ,,' /. ':

r Acc-oratng-tff"piana. the urana ,-.UW3 .-ur". CeLlUle term will expire In July, will Donnle flaIl 4-year-old 1 son of grower and civic leader. brought ?f the House In 1941-the young.t.:.t. t .:

phlle Incumbent Alur-R. Of Legion & VFW l Council will open at 3:30: p.m. and I Farmers are requested to notify member automatically of the serve Board.as the ninth \fr. and Mrs. Claude Hall: died his campaign >o Bradford County est man ever to hold that responsible ."fi' ,
J I of Royal and Select Hospital last Friday morning with a speech position. As a legislator he )
office as Saturday In the Shad/crest
pointed to a 'progreeslvetraton" the degrees the County Agent's officers will take over ,
The
new which he a sponsored acts slot I { I
their familiesare conferred after In Starke In gave ouUawng; '
and be of
: In for re- AU veterans Masters will number of cows they would following an attack mem-
asking to the their duties with the first meetingin machines '
of his platform taxes
dlscusMon eliminating
served forthright
Invited to a special Joint session which a dmner will be like to have tested for Bang' disease Ingltls. He was a member of the poll ,
degreeto .July. and his plan' for administering and creating the State Highway '
I of the local American Legionand with the Super Excellent when the program begins Boat'lrain Baptist Church Sunday r
candidates '
for Supervisor elected. PatroL '
Foreign Wars 8 m. the state's affairs If He was a leader In the s
of at
'tratlon, A. L. Crosby. Jr.. Veterans be conferred p. here May 3. Play To Be GivenAt School. Speaking as a farmer and citrus successful. fight against a sales e 'I'
'. to be held In the Legion Excellent degree U here will continue I In addition. to his parents!, he isurvived
| Shaw, were heard from. posts The Super The testing World War tax. and Is' still such 'i .
to \
the
youthful opposed
West Call street Mon-, often and a 7 and will be conducted by a brother, Kdward: grower, ., 'I
on May S. A. Camp 1.a 1.
rei Home
conferred very
candidate, T. S.Vl1- I not through II I veteran stated that "I am tax measure he stated. I.. : :"
o'clock. be Geraldine and
night at 7:30: from Miami will Dr. S. P.: Culver vet. and two sisters
u not day team by .
present. Candidates are Invited to.be. degree Gainesville to confer It upon rUariafi with jUw. V, S. P part- A Play entitled "Pio(3 pd,* Stt Jcaoette H .ll,. aU of Starke. vitally 11/t.ces/ U4 ia tb* expaa- 0 I,' ,

11. Thomas term unopposed for I present and make very u.y m ember 01 1M -CUMACII wW ..teal of Agrtcultuf.. Bureau o*t a4" wUl,, be p r..ate4r..wlolay : Funeral services well held at .farm-to-market j Qg and development roads. c.>'These helte? 'nomtheA; ; + I i" i, : .t J

aa et.r06 tfceCourt. brl.el.taJk.s-1 has not receded. It. This degree Animal Industry, with offices In i night, April 13, at 8 o'clock at' the graveslde In Santa Fe Cemetery and 1
made. brief THANKS In this U'wlthout cost to the Salvation Army Camp on Tuesday morning at 11 must be built to encourage '
CARD or not been conferred Gainesville. It Says : t
t appreciation to the vot- We wish? to express sincere section baa of the state for more than I the farmers. Bedford Lake between Starke and I o'clock with Rev, U U. Hanes! develop new roads fields In and agriculture.Our bridges ] 0 1 :I ;

thanks and appreciation to Dr. Masonic officials said. I County Agent T. K. McClane Keystone on Route 100. The entertainment officiating. Interment was In the public staU'sgrowth tlj: I
of
ridges, member of the H H. Ad ms. Mrs. Gene Long, 20 years Invitation has been extendedto state that the testing program is sponsored by the family plot under the direction of must keep abreast additional roads our must } I.j

I Democratic Executive and all others who In'any way' An members of the Council toaTtend ''Is "mighty Important to the residents Horn League Ladles for benefitof DeWitt) C. Jones.'AlIt ba constructed and to meet demands

tee, served aa master of evidence of their friendship all of the county, particularly the Salvation Army Missionary .
lell. gave and anyone 0.. THANKS of rapidly growing are... .JL..1t'
and sympathy during the long the ceremony those who drink raw milk. lie Work. ) .
assistance.
ext rally will be held to- Illness and at the death of Charles desiring further Information regarding pointed out. that Bang's disease Those having leading roles Inthe We sincerely appreciate the Turning to old age shall continuemy t
said "I
I Mrs. J. G. Adklns, kindness extended to U* In the McCarty :
rlday) at New River. )..f. Carlton. It may contact Warren transferred from the cow to humans play are efforts started while a member -
FamIly Helen Adklns. Hazel Phillips, and 1 recent Illness and death of our
-The the Gainesville will produce undulant fever, to provl Jr., a t do express of the Legislature .
we
Torlay. Especially
1T, H. Osborne will be In a very serious malady. Grace Dickinson.: loved one. for our old thick along Call St1e $ every j H.I t, '
Harold Vorle.. Newberry of r Admission will be 15c:! and 2Sc. thanks for the beautiful assistance 11
ty tonight where she will Sun, Thla will be the only period Saturday afternoon s o m etunmtlwy M f

the i banquet and be, Inltl Road. or J. C. Relchert at the free teetlcg of milk cows during Drinks and homemade pies and floral offerings.The people McCarty emphasized the fact sea mlvrd up and start shaking .{e '. ,
file I lint cake wlU be sale Futch Family ,
F Delta CandMale.. must 1948. on, hands with each other. 0
J Kappa Gamma Florida Studious. that he.la not a lawyer. but scrv- Y i
irary society for teachers.194g.. Statements today. 'I,
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BRADFORD COUNTY -........ 8TARKK. FLORIDA ...ID\V, A

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t- April 26, 19IS, In the above named <00--------- __

I. Modern Methods Of Canning And Freezing Kfek Court divorce.and nlmll cause publish Bradford wherein this plaintiff CnunWTel"lfr..ph UrdvrIn I AM NOW RUNNING

; To Be Demonstrated Here Next Tuesday next four weekly IHHUPM.WltneHM .
my hand and official The LAWTEY HARDWARECombined
seal at Htarke, Florida, this March
IlennonHtratlons showing the latent 29. 1941.

I methods of canning and deep in Bradford and the 15 other (OFFICIAL As SEAL Clerk) of A..T.said Thomas Court, With My Other Business T L '

';' freezing! of fruits, vegetables, andy counties which compose my district Znrh If. Dnutflus Jackxnnvllle, Kla. Wainwright & Son .
conducted by Miss Atty, for Plf. 3-28 4t 4.16
smuts' will be l "because I believeit 111. for visit with the N. Stern-
he said, Well, well Every year I a
Grace I. Neely, Food Conservation for Also' i !OTItK: OF ..tPPMCTIOX Foil
Home Demonstration in far more important me think surely the Easter parade bergs at Daytona Beach 'I'"X DEED

Specialist, State Wallatuusee to stay online Job in Washingtonat has reached the ultimate, but noted Ed 1 Curry of Charleston lf.il.r Hill N... 1MIX Carrying A Full Line of FARM
( Department ="IOTIe'1:01/ : HEREBY aiVKN. that I
d time. down for Easter visit with TOOLS
this around an
particular rolls ,
Tuesday, April 6, beginning when another year L. O Powell the holder of the following -
on at the Price states that he Is "vlgoro- there It Is, outdoing itself again Garnita Hutto at the home of her certificates has filed said KIVERS DOUBLE STOCKS
9:00 m. be
at : a. certificates for a tax deed to
I, Center, Bradford ously opposing President Truman's .. In spite of the chilly weather parents Bill Clute up from iMHUed thereon. The certlfloaitexnumbers :
Starke Canning so-called civil rights program"and Daytona to attend Easter servicesand and years of Issuance, the BRINLEY TURN. PLOWS
High School. An alt-day meeting tory. description of the property, and I
friendsI'AGE
chat with Call Street
a universal mil-
is "advocating the names In which It was asoesxedare '
acbeduled. Hoes Rakes

Im flea! Neely wilt: present the Information itary training as a step toward i indulging In the "new look", although . .er/flea/as/ follows I *,M:..- .e... ....__.. .-. "I I _. MW.And*,.* .!.. Pitch! Forks, Planter, J T*,

national security. He state that most preferred to compromise -

recently released by he also favors the temporary reinstatement -: somewhere about ,hi

the Bureau of Human Nutritionand of selective service and,sway I between the old look and t .
Home Economics, Washing
ha been very active in behalf, new look ,. Anyway, it w j jtbe
results of scientific -
tea D. C.. from '
of the farmers, cattlemen lumber I quite a nice look I and I wish)
home method
experiments on men, and war veterans who reside had time and space to go it 8-B BRADFORD COUNTS TEUBGBAPH FRIDAY, :1PQ.
!. deep freezing and canning.
I In Bradford County. e !I greater detail, but 'twould ta ,
Invited -----
All Interested are -
persona Rep. Price is completing his volumes to describe the amazlarray SHERIFF! office of Tax Assessor o( Brad- to thank each and eve'
to bring a lunch and participate FOR ford County subject to the vote of your support being )
In and Is a and even then I'd be s. Political my candidacyfor for its rend.at
in picnic style meal at noon third term Congress I wish to announce the people In the next Democratic ccntlnuanc
V member of the Important Mer-I to omit some of the mONt o Sheriff of Bradford County subject (' Sincerely; 'I t
time. Drinks will be furnished by Announcements to the Democratic primariesin. :: [ :e.balll. Bill
Home Demonstration Clubs chant Marine and Fisheries Com- standing So better not m May. If elected I will dischargethe perlence.: Lena. .

Is the sixth I tlon at all duties of the office to the best to serve and If elected I FOR COUNT CONtlIy
mittee, and ranking any FOR PERIOD solicit qualified
Jt.\TJ.:: 910 and earnestly
of ability office IIstriet
my will perform the duties of the :It 0 I (La, ,
member of the Democratic side UNTIL FIRST PRIMARY the vote and support of all the In an efficient, fair, and impartial In announcing'my ""
Price To Speak Rear that Ona Ui-morrMt voters of Bradford County. Commissioner caMl I
He also is a member of three Im- PAYABLE IN ADVANCE manner CLounty DI
-NELSON T. OREEN and sincerely solicit I wish to (urge
thrill when I I earnestly i
,Saturday At 11:30Rep. portant sub-committees. celved quite a I your vote and .upport, eligible to register. and eau
door bell rang aster morns) FOR SIIEKIFF --GUY AnJrew. your man carefully AfttrL!
I hereby announce my candidacyfor office, support
him
Emory Price of the second Cabbage Bringing and there stood a messenger i Foil STVTB! SnVATOR the office of Sheriff of Brad commissioner It {he to mat?

Florid Congressional District, llvering two beautiful orch I herebY'announ"e my candidacyfor ford County, subject to the will of FOR TAX ASSESSORI go to him and make bim fay.
16th the Democratic voters In the primary this method of announcing the Job. In this
Stats Senator from the take
Now South Ca manes
seeking re-election to another Good Price I from an admirer in "Henatorlal District. I have always elections of onyoflhlgh responsibility for re-election to the office of help ourselves to bet;

two-year term, will bring his campaign line Needless to say, I felt and worked for the aid of old elected to this posit Assessor of Taxes, promising you drainage etc "
R. B. Alvarez, manager of the most orchida and needy people I believe in care and trust, I will discharge that If re-elected continue If elected I will do i
the duties
into Bradford County, Sat was perhaps ful spending and low tales. the duties of this office In to discharge the of said office cooperate fairly with .vm'
urday April 3, when ha speaks In Starke State Farmers Market, OUH young lady in the Eas If elected I. promise full con- a fair and impartial manner. Your In an efficient, fair and impartial tereated In' the' proareu.
states that the price for cabbage clentloua service to the best of vote and active support will be manner.Your county
11:30 Parade Hazel Simmons a
Starke
: a.m.
assistance In the
solicit appreciated. and
,, I my ability t earnestly greatly vote 7 Jr P: Sulllra
,has soared to $1.50 per 60-lb. sack a -T. C. (Clayton) Crawford.FOR Is earnestly solic- TJ..
Because of the complicated national among the orchid-wearers your vote and subject to coming election 1. Box Sf, Isar

w and international situation, and he urges all farmers with quite happy over the fact, sit the Democratic Primary of May 4, ited. I IE. FOR COUNTY COMMWu
1648. SIIKIUFF W. Hayes.
campaigning for re-electlon. "I cabbage ready for the market tq 'twas the first of her llfetli Sincerely your friend, I hereby announce as a candidate I I hereby announce raj o,

to devote much of his time to contact him at once. says she Nice to see 1 Clarence A. Roberts for Sheriff of Bradford County FOR TAX: COLLECTOR for trlct County Commlmilonot t
County: Three (South
subject to the Democratic Primaries To the people of Bradford Start
campalgnong for re-election. "I The cabbage price was down to an' Sanford Rltch and son, Ge FOR tr.VTK(' SB'VATOH: In May If the people of this I hereby announce my candidacyfor vote and support win' u,

am forced to leave a major part 40c a bag a few days ago, the over from Gainesville for the 4) county elect me to the high officeof the office of Tax Collector 4th of appreciated.FOR 1 '
Sheriff I promise you with all of Bradford County in the May -In'
i of my campaign up to my friends market manager said. and enjoyln' every minute of I sincerity of heart It shall be run Primary Election. I feel that my _
wonderful church services and upon the same high level in the many years of experience as Deputy COIT'OiT"lf
future as In the past. Clerk and In other clerical positions DUtrlrt Thru
| newlng not-so-old acqualntam' I earnestly solicit your vote and of responsibility l amply' qualifyme I hereby announce my ..*
i r Ted Osborne also an East support and assure you that It for thin office and If elected I for the office .if County c
will be sincerely appreciated pledge, my full ..rrort" to dischargethe stoner of District No Tin
I come-homer, flying here for | rrw llw -II. J. (Romey) Andrews dalles of said office with creditto prising the South Starkt t
: ; HEAR weekend from Houston wh 13' y+ddlYy subject to the will of t tb,
JS' t e+ FOR CLERK CIIICCIT COURT II will appreciate your supportduring In the Primaries In Mar ted
., I he's enrolled In a photog cots s I am a candidate for reelectionto the campaign and your voteon I shall continue to give -
the office of Clerk of Circuit election day. best efforts to the dlBchim
Court subject to the will of the Sincerely yours, duties. It has been mr t
; DAN McCARTY goodbye J| people In the next Democratic Primaries. R. A. Weeks. to serve In this and aeilf
Anderson said Ter past seven years I INcan
I I' I Lyle I am indebted to the people of continue to plve my n,
the Navy last week and he t this County for their friendship FOR TAX COLLECTORTo service they deolre and It
Dot the upst1 support, and encouragement, and the people of Bradford County: they are entitledYour .
:. are occupying! re-elected I will render faithful I am a candidate for election to vote and support >
Candidate for Governor apt. In the E. F. Miles home .j] service In the office and take every the office of Tax Collector, subjectto appreciated.

Glad to know that little Pal r 6afa occasion of for your expressing confidence my appreciation next the Democratic will of the primaries.people In I have the -J. I

Gillen. daughter of the Hal ( -A. J. Thomas. had several years' experience In FOR corNTV r nm'''i
af dealing In real estate and various % IMJIT.! TlllirH: (aier(
..'.. I lens Is getting along nicely FOIl COUVTY JL'DGF other jobs of responsibility and I hereby announce mrtu
i her minor operation recently wt t It Is with pleasure that I announce feel that I am qualified for this for County CommlHslnnwftt
". became In her ,)iars to the good people of office. If elected, I promise to discharge trlct Three (South Starkd i
a wasp lodged ( Bradford County, Florida, my candidacy the duties of' this office to the will of the Deinocn
hd all. T solicit your In the primary election dI
"\ County Jtidsre. Am grateful to the support and vote on May 4. I am a lifelong resident
rowing experience GllmpiLai
people of this County for their Sincerely yours ford County! a buslmsls
(Sternberg) Cisne In to' support In the past and have tried W. S. Uncle Walt) Sibley. feel that my experience' Ir
to shoW unto you that I appreciate and project tnjlw'
engineer
behind the wheel of
Saturday your trust. In me. If you to- FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER!! : the State Road Ilcpnrtmm
swanky gray Cadillac Seel elect me the same considerationfor I hereby announce my candidacyfor valuable In helping! im tow
I your Interest will be exhibited the office of County Commissioner -
And to
she'a been down from Champagt; 1 hereby announce my candidacyfor RH In the past; your support and for District One (Lawtey) road construction of the County. *i
the office of "state Senator from vote In the coming election will Bradford County, Florida. If problems *
the 15th Hnnatorlnl District, comprising arty owner, I am vitally
bo greatly appreciated.Oratefully elected I promise to give faithful -
Bradford and Union Counties In lower taxes and econonr
w yours, energetic and conscientious
Rites WednesdayFor ..n.l. If elected I promise to county government.I .
J E. K. Ferryman, service to this Important office.I know tu'
faithfully perform the dutlna of County Judge. will at all times he ready to want you to
M. Carlton thin office to the beet of my ability. confer and advise wIth' my constituents appreciate your vote snip
Your vote and support will bo on May 4.
and In duties as Commissioner
FOR SrPKnlNTF.NnK'VT OF my J, Maurice i
appreciated.ReepeetfuI'e
"t Charles Monroe Carlton, 71, } Kreutlly yours IM'HI.IO \STltlCTIOV!' : to carry out their will .
and work for the best Interest of
\r; '. '. tired railroad mah; 'died at 1 O. FRED ANDREWS. I hereby Superintendent announce as of a Public candidatefor Instruction our district. and county. Your rup-, FOR DISTRICT COVNTY a (.
home here Monday after being i of Bradford Countv. Flor port will be deeply appreciated. I hereby announce my
l FOIL STATE SENATOR: H. Monds
:\ ida, In the May 194g primaries I -J. for County Commissioner "mtrlct "
failing health for some time i, TO Till' C.TIZI0'! IIHAIJFOIinAM am qualified for the office under Three (South Start.

was born In Matoon, 111., July I am> UNION taking COUNTIES this mean of announcing the new school law and pledge myself FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER a. native and life-long r
I'r: If elected to discharge the DISTRICT NO. ONE: Bradford County .and M
1876 and had lived In Starke t to you that I am a candidate '
from Bradford duties of this office faithfully and I hereby announce my .candidacyfor know the needs of my dl "
for State Senator
the past 20 : He with the best Interests of the chil- the office of County Commissioner .
years was Counties to
and Union succeed withaelectionftsfloe
dren of Bradford In honor
a County ever of District No. One .Lawtey)
L" .", member of the' Presbyter( reelect myself. me I promise that there that will wh..nYOIl be mind. I further pledge myself to subject to the will of the voters I promise me to put font>
rf Church. line between two countiesand devote full time to the duties of of this district In the May Primary efforts to render con clent
no our
continue this office and ! I will to
Surviving besides his wldoMia. county the same as the repre..entj"ua other times to work with the people of best efforts to the discharge of my -E. D. (Duggd
f: SPEAK IN STARKETODAY this c : ar of duties for the benefit of this District
.
r.'llnfOhher..u"
Bessie M. Carlton, are o as Ihave In the past. I am every Your and County.
asking man, womari, and rOMMH
every
vote and support will be greatly FOR COUNTY
son, Frank H. Carlton of Detro Having nerved two terms as
> child for their support and '-I want 1)IlTIUCT0.1 i
\ Mich. to know that I will appreciate appreciated. County Ilond Trustee In this County my <
: one brother. Fred Carltof you Harmon P, Morgan. I hereby announce
1 feel I am well qualified to
It from the bottom of my Commissioner'trlct
Starke; and a cousin, Ml\ heart. give the service the people desire for County lb.
comprising
April 2nd Florence Wood, who had made h Sincerely' your friend, FOR PUBLIC UPKRINTRNnFNVOF INSTRUCTIONI : !! and Your to which vote they and active are entitled.support and New No. 5.River PTnmi\; :
Charley E. John Pemom.:
home here with the Carlton brot wish to announce that I am a will be highly appreciated to the will'Primaries of the In Xu
candidate for re-election as your O. J. Phillips. ers in the
ers ever since they moved FOM SURIUFFTo County School Superintendent. I The vote and active iW
the voters of Bradford County: grateful to the of In the districts
Starke. am very people FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDistrict !! the voters
.
f wish to announce my candidacy and It"
Bradford County for the privilege solicited
estly
Funeral services held for the office of Sheriff of of serving them during first No. 1 Ismtey) continue to '
were my elected to
11 15 A. M. Bradford County subject to thrvmorratlo 'I hereby announce my candidacy office
term In office.You of the bl bland
the duties
: the First Presbyterian Chup tirlmnrl"H. In May. If can be proud of your school for the office of County Commissioner impartial manner ..'
for District One (Lawtey)
elected to this hlffh place of responsibility
Wednesday afternoon at.4 { system-It Is the result of combined subject to the Democratic Primaries endeavored to doin nFOR
I will do my best to efforts of all.I ,
: l' clock with Dr J.V, Kaufma give the people of this county a respectfully solicit your vote In May If elected I promise "
clean, pros/resnlve. honest, Impar- faithful, conscientious and OF PEl*
pastor officiating, assisted I and support during the coming .H'STICK
Impartial service In the
\In rsl end h"rl-.e nriiilnlfttratlon. of election, and If re-elected to this dischargeof Democratic\ ""
Rev. W.-J. Churchwell and Ri the law. I earnestly solicit your my duties. To the
position I will continue to serve Bradford County:
Your vote and active
L. D. Haines Interment vote and support you with fidelity and fairness.Arthur support an"0for ; ass"
was will be greatly appreciated.T I hereby
-P. n. (Pete) Reddish. Pears
McRae. the
Crosby Lake Cemetery under tI) C. (Thee) Edwards. Justice of d'1
...' experienceofficer
One. I have
: I JOYNER'SGrocery I direction of DeWitt C. Jones. To the FOR cltlaena\SIIKUm"1 of Bradford OF FOR REGISTRATION!atrPF.RVMOR! FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER" having nerved m .a I ap R",d j

Active pallbearers\ were N. : County: I hereby announce my candidacy HIST. ONR (LAWTKY) and Marshal.If I": lod b
I hereby announce my candidacyfor I am a candidate for the office I
for Supervisor of Registration for voteetonaSlay proml"
Wainwright, Jr., Clarence Molto the office of Sheriff and assure Bradford County and ask vote or County Commissioner DIst, One 4. Your
M. H. Gresham, R. H. Grider, JF.llazen. you of my appreciation of your' and support. If elected I will your carryout (Lawtey), subject to the Democratic impartial service. '.
support during the campaign and the duties of said office to the Primaries In May. If elected, support will Clarence B..
& Market and Carl Johns. your vote at the Primary Election best of my ability. Thanks.our I will discharge the duties of the
May 4. 194*. friend I office In a fair I and Impartial
Friends of Lacy Rlgdon will 1 I- am a native of the State of T. S '.(TommU) Williams manner. I served this district four First Statements
Florida and nave lived In Bradford years on the Board of Public Instruction
glad to learn that he was dl County for several years I have FOR SUPERVISOR OP and I am qualified to give x All candidates for off"

Friday & Saturday April 2 -3:I ONLY charged from St. Luke's hoaplt biorved the duties of the office. REGISTRATION! the people of this district the service must fill
end If given the honor of election I hereby announce my candidacy they are entitled to. May primaries
last week and is now at the hon I will perform the duties to the for !Supervisor of Registration! for Your vote and support will be appreciated first *?

of his brother Arthur Rlgdo but of my ability. Bradford County subject to the will campaign4th and 9tt
3634 -D. II. (Smltt, ) Smith of the people In the May Primary. Carl Prevatt. :
Raiford St.. Jacksonville I was raised and schooled In Prad- t--- of the Court A J. Thorn"

Waldorf Instant SUDS 24 lOc ford County and am a veteran of FOR COl'NTY rOMWI oz. HAN'S TIIK MAN FOil 5IIK.nlFF World. War II If elected, I promise HIST.' 1 (\WTKY) yesterday. P
M -| _|_|_ I hereby announce for the office to perform the duties of'thlsoffice As In my previous announcement The second statement
TOO UVTE T( CLASSIFYFOR nf !Sheriff of Bradford County, subject to best of my ability, and to for County Commissioner. In DIs- April 2Dd:!
to the will of the voters In show my appreciation for the. confidence trlct One (Lawtsv) I filed between
If
promised
the Democratic Primary of May 4. placed In me. Your vote elected to give fair and
RENT- fi-room' furnl.shi It elected I will make you one and support will be appreciated service to alt I will Impartial 26th.The second J
promise, and that In. to make you -Albert L. Jr. cooperate first and g
Crosby
house with eleetrlelty| with the voters and
and gtAI40 one of the best officers you have I! taxpayers In must be
thl sa
21bs. BABY LIMAS 35c Districtan for the statements
benefit of our mary
for wile I : 16 x 18 bout ever had. FOR. TAT ASSESSOR District June
-C. F. P. (B-uclc) Jones. I am a candidate for election to I I wish County. tween May Sth and
( Sttorke.Letxch. Kt. 3, Box 11 I to take this opportunity


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FOR "SALE, -Fractlrally neilarne

r 4-\\11M baby carriage -STATK: OK FLORIDA tot Marion. I
l'1 al. Pure CANE SYRUP 1..50r,1
'. with hart and pad. Can ben Prn" Wilson. whose residence I I.: It ti an established fact from the moment ofhisinaufu*
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South Main
Street, Bambrrc. South full-fiedgedGd*
at Hart Furn. Store. $23.- Carolina.You that the prosperity of any country a_ he will be a

I 50 (_h.- Ih... It. f:. ,.11I.... Itp are required to appear onw. state or community depends directly d r' R.ad the 33-poin/ p''JJ

upon the education of Its children. ika the {intend' '
of Colin English ..
FOR RENT ,
SP1C SPAN Cleaner 19c apartment: o.3-rool'll E. electric furnished refrigerator c. T. v! Education is good business of the most Important p''""
Ifs the best business
0 Investment a state can make! continual lr education and on
t tf gan. stove. -:Mr*. s. progress

R. John.. sot ttashingteo St.. Win is a mocker, strong T. protect our present gains, and assure opportunity for a good education for avah

r Stark.. it drink I I. raring;; and whosoever continued progress In our educational program, we no matter where he lives in Florida*

t \ N decrlird thereby U not must elect o Governor who will! give us forceful
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Any
i.v: ciMcvir COIHT. tiHAnronnFLOHIUAl and vigorous leadership..a Governor whose fiearl Colin English hat ofreooVgreat "

rot %i T. E% CII."I'HY .'!\- -I rovrrb 20:1 It in educofonft things for Florida, and, at Governor beiS'.

r, Alma Frerny Chatman. Plaintiff. continue to do all of those things which will>

x vn. Joe Chalman, l...ndanU Case t And aside from his outstanding the Interests of all Florida. th ?""

Best WHITE BACON lb. 32c No. l 4I4>Kt>ER OF PUBL.ICATIOXANI : REAL TE accomplishments in the field of education asW'1 record of accomplishments Compare and other quo ''

r STATEof NOTICE FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Joe List. your property for sale Superintendent of Public Instruction Colin English Is of those seeking this high office, end, you W

1i <"hat man, whose r...ld.nc. I* un with me. I have ir la fo the best fnteresfi ol for
known. told many very mon, woman and child of this/ state, that you vote
f You ar. required to appear on pieces of property and havnv
i lay' 9. IS41. In th. mbov named '
Serht 'f Breakfast BACON lb. 68c Court mid ra<|n*. wherein plaintiff proiprrtlte buyer A COLIN ENGLISH
Seek. a dlvori-v. Mrndfonl County square deal hi guaranteed. A

j Telegraph In nest four shall weekly publish Imum.this Order >air c nun!!*lon I. all that I re- I

,.Witness my hand and official ntrf., Aa a member of the .GOVERNORCOUN

J9: 1JIS ". *'l rlUa. this March Really Board you may !*'! .

4, OLEO Parkay or Ail Sweet lb. 39c) "' lwlAL. 8RXL.) A. J. Thom .-.red that I will represent '

I arh Tr pougl.e A. r''..rl 31< W.or raid Ashley Court St. you to the bent. of my ability.,

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"Agreement"the VOLUMK SE\'EMTY BTAKKE.: FLORIDA.FRIDAY. APRIL. 9, 1&48 NUMBER TWENTY-FIVE '

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down-glare of a single overhead light on the Brown Denies Saying 't fl''
Red Sox To
Open 10,000 Buildings
the little one-room, white, frame Theressa school "All Dead" Who Farm-to-Market Road :
for '
candidates
County public Office, true .

ftitton Bradford, Tuesday night "took to the hustings". Season Here Knew Of AgreementH. 'od! From Camp \1 t

the unearthly calm of Theressa-after-dark
attering O. Brown local
plified platforms and promises that reverberated from Wednesday Issued the following attorney Program Given Impetus .. 'I

woods land. candidates, for the most part, avoided With 'Bullets'The statement: As Army ExitsCamp :

Ll.-.?? nr rrmH-slincrinsr.. confining their vntr1asflIUL4Li' TO THE CITIZENS OF BRADFORD ------ .
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?' accounts of their owiiy' i Red Sox Starke's town AND UNION COUNTIES: I Blandlng formerly one of Rep. Price Brings 1 Rites ThursdayFor FourMilesOf 12Hampton ,.i ,

at ions. At baseball team, will begin the current "It has been called to my attention the largest Army installations In .
Tonight Campaign To 1
Ceo. F. Tibbitts
of several hun- season tomorrow (Saturday) that Hon. Charley E. the nation having a capacity for ,

crowd in front of and Sunday with opening games Johns. candidate for State Sena- housing 110,000 men and once Bradford CountyRep. 1 Well Known Figure Bayless Hi :
New River -
kandinff in large against the Green Cove Naval tor, during his speech at AVin- bustling with military activity, way ; .
a
hool house Base nlngham's Garage In Union County Emory H. Price candidatefor '
"Bullets. These-games i are has finally been closed out and Qeorge Franklin Tlbbltis. Adirondack

hole, was considered County candidates will\ carry: the first of a possible 33-game April 1st., made a statement turned over to the Florida National re-election to Congress fiom camp director and a retired Now In Budget '

Uly large for an openin their campaigns: to New River tonight season. that "Colonel Brown. attorney.' Guard. this district spoke here Saturday YMCA worker. died Monday ', ;:

this sparselysettledMany when the second rally in Both of the matches this weekend was the only person who knows Colonel Willis E. Teals, Jacksonville morning pointing out that he morning at his winter honiParkOf.Palma. J' ,
of the! spectators series will be held anything about the gentlemen's had recently Introduced two bills State Senator Charley E. Johns t
the currAnt will begin at 2:30: p. m. in I the District Engineer In an near Keystone :t
torn other parts of I the :n the school building there start- old ball park. agreement between the citizens Interview with the Telegraph yesterday which would authorize Army Engineers Heights after a brief illness. He was notified this week by F. '' .i.ii" \

(indicating the widespread Id was announced that the ladle "We have a great need for with reference to the election of ald that formal cancellations to make a survey of flood would have been 84 years) old on Elgin Daylcss. Chairman of the ;
1 la being taken In State Senator.." conditions in the vicinity' of Keystone April 10. State Road Department. that L
that of the New River Baptist Church more players," said H. W. Lappe, of Government leases covering r '
:,ly-contested county races and the Long Bridge Christian business of the Starke He further stated "When I pinned totnte-owneci land were effected Heights, including Crystal Mr Tibbitts. affectionately the necessary funds have ", i

Senators First Church will serve "eats" and refreshments Athletic manager Association, this week. him down he said they were on March 31 and practically and Bedford Lakes. known as "Pop" to hundreds of been placed In the 1948 budgetof J t'' h

ing first and at, greater at the rally tonight "All of those who are interested all dead." all of the surplus real prop. In bringing his candidacy to admit'era. was born at Aylmcr, the Road Department for the '

contenders for other referrlrlfe has been sold Leases of the people of this conynunlty, Ontario, Canada. He studied I In building of a hard-surfaced. road ( r
han with proceeds to go to I the are urged to report any week-day If Senator Johns was erty (f,
three candidates for State churches. evening to the ball grounds." to me. he greatly misrepresentedthe 31,000 acres of land from ths Congressman Price emphasis Michigan and later at the New from Hampton to Theressa, a i 'I.

provided what little "fire- facts. I have not made< such State In 1941 have Just been can- the valuable experience! he has England Conservatory of Music I IBoston. In hard-surfaced road from Lawtey j
Next Tuesday night. April 13 is SO cents I for
to bring Admission charge to the State Prison Farm road r
was .. In 1889 ha
the evening statement to Senator Johns or any celled. An additional 40.000 gained in his several years 'In joined the "
Rep, G. Fred Andrews and the rally will be held In the Graham adults and 25 cents for school person that "all who knew about acres of Government-owned prop-, Congress! stating that this experience staff of the 23rd Street YMCA I In and four. mile of the Bayless <
school and Friday
building !
nt Senator Charley E. children. the agreement were dead.H. ." erty located north and south of: would enable him to New York City and continued Highway from the Finer Level /

ebated at length the so- night. April 19, in. the Heilbronn O. Brown. the cantonment area are ached serve the people of this district with that organization in various Church north. I assure you that ., --i I

en t1eman' Agreement" of school building. Prison Lands uled for transfer to the U. S. Department better than a new man could do. fields until 1919. the contract will be let for these 1 "

the Senatorshlp 1 be- Other rally dates are: Mr. Tibbitts pioneered in Sun just as soon as the surveys are .P.. ;
of of Agriculture.
The said that he
Congressman
redford and Union Counth Hampton school building, Tuesday Taxable By County, Berry Yield Since January 1947, when the was in favor of Universal Military I mer camp activities and In 1914 completed and the rights of way '; .

Senator Johns quoting night April 20. Att'y. General Says reservation was declared surplus Training and other preparedness he opened the Camp of the Woodsat I secured. I"
business center
he said Brooker Friday of Spectacular, N. Y., which work "I want to that the citizens i i
which proved to the needs of the Army sales measures and was also In favorof say \
ad never been such an night. April 23. I I A recent decision by Attorney Goes Into SlumpStrawberry real property by the Corps of expanding\ the service afforded will continue. He pursued his of your District should be proud .. J. !t< '

nt. Rep. Andrews stated Lawtey strawberry platform General J. Tom Watson that the Engineers has continued. Several by the Rural Electrification Ad hobby of Interesting people I in of: the roads that you are securing "

en If there was not ac- Tuesday night. April 2?. !I State Prison Lands are with some million dollars worth of property ministration. dally devotional Bible reading and for them and I want to thank 4 t I I.

written' agreement there Starke athletic field Friday exceptions taxable will not affect production in Bradford previously sold Includes more In 11105) organized the Gospel Volunteers you myself for the many kind- 0 ,;.

mutual understanding be- night. April 30. I the Income of Bradford County Coiinty ran into a mid-week than 10,00ft< buildings consisting of of the WorM to promotethat nrjwes that you have shown the j.

he two counties, and he All meetings begin at 7:30 since the state has paid the tax slump Wednesday as only 100 barracks, theatres, filling stations: Board Names objective His books and State Road Department as a I! ';; ,

as his opinion that the o'clgck.! since 1917 Clerk of the Court crates reached the market and: warehouses, hospital buildings, tracts were publIshed in many, member of the Senate" Mr. Bay I ,

? of the people still be- A. J. Thomas announced this week growers predicted low ebb harvesting covered walkways. observation languages, and he made two less concluded. I !

this agreement.ews I New Methods Of The Attorney General ruled that until a "new crop" ma- I towers recreation buildings. officers Two PrincipalsTwo journeys around the world. visitIng nt.x>kor to Mlkr-Hvllle. :I r ,

stated that. Johns Canning Freezing lands in Bradford and Union tureu, expected to be around AprtlIP. clubs. chapela water tanks, missions' In Europe': the Near Senator' Johns, Rep. N. D. Wain ,I.Mi. : (( I

gainst the new school bill counties belong to the state with pipe of all types and sizes, mock 13nt, and North Africa. wright, Jr., and Rep. Fred. O. An- \1" j*

,13 meant greatly Increasnl Demonstrated HereThe the: exception of 500 acres on.I.I Prices this week have boe.i villagex and other training uliln. whoul principals for tIyear Mr. Tibbitts hat] many friend* ilrows wero nil three notified this f' I!

) revenue for Bradford( which buildings are located and good, with the peak reached Mo '- railroad track material, scrap 19.18,1were\ leuppolntecl I by and ndmlrrri. In Starko, resulting. week by Chairman Baylexa that a l .

rr counties. Tile Senator Food Conservation Demonstration ''can be taxed by the counties just: I j!| day with an average of $12.30 per materials, fencing etc the Bradford County hoardl'ubbic of from his frequent lecture appearances .."rractinti'e Hum of $503,336 .1 \

a I that this was! true and: held Tuesday at the as though they were. owned by i) crate. Tuesday's avelage at the The water distribution system Instruction at Its niuotlrigIn At the tiompel) Tabcrnaclii > arded to L. L. Hall it

hat he did so because, in Starke Canning Center was attended piivate individuals. I ttarke Farmers Market was $10- consisted of 12 wells, varying! In the courthouse Monday The Funeral services were! hi I Co., of Orange Park j 'fl, ;
40 ,interested adults Hoard had previously appointed afternoon at 2 o'cln. ) '
too by from 580 to 719 feet deep, Thursday and construction
the bill placed 1917 law was passed when 75 Wednesday's was 1020.;' depth mg
lon over the schools withIn ,'rom Various sections of the Coun The the landa for'! elevated and ground steel water the heads of six other county' In the Kyle Funeral Parborsi.' ." ". on Road 18 between .
since
wet I the state bought the past week,
Tallahassee. "It also ty. Also attending were 25: 4-H thus seriously en- I During crat tanks ranging in capacity fiom schools on March 6. i Jacksonville. MUny friends from Urooker and State Road 25: at I ,
and of 2,223 1I
the Prison 1 total
April a
fics 99 percent of my peon Club members from Brooker and: of Bradford 100,000 gallons to 1,000,000() gi al- C. S. Partln was reappotnted Stsrkc and elsewhere over the Mtkesvllle, a distance of 17 1-3 ,
the economy has been from the market r
shipped(
running for the officety Starke. During the day about 135 'I idangered County, which consisted decline of 50 percent Ions', pumping stations, anti hundreds principal 4>f the llradfoid High state attended, ,. miles In Bradford Union and '
here a
superintendent of pub- Vocational Agricultural and Home now coveredby of thousands! of feet of I School: and Mrs. Ola Mae Perkins I Columbia Counties. "i p'I
of the area week's production
Starke .then under the previous
concluded Economics Students from water of all alzes. Approximately : will continue to head the Board Rescindsction
tuction Johns both Bradford and Union Coun- of 3,910 crates. Torrential pipe II ,. f
school attended during their clans total 6&, Elementary School. TIFioaiii !
of the Hampton
third man in this race, I Itlea. Union did not become a sep- rains Thursday night of last week, 75 percent Accepting Baptists ..1 :
Leon Williams
also
periods. I feet of chain link fence approved
000 linear
of Lake Butler lerate until 1922. This law winds of "twiter' .
e Roberts county accompanied by .
The demonstrations were con- Is based located on and along the reservation as principal of the negro Resignation Set,: For: Homecoming \ h'
hat he had no legislativeto ,i which the decision force, are partly blamed foi I
/ducted I. Neely Food 1, I upon has of. The Training School.
Miss Hampton
by ) the been disposed
his twot and Union .1\ '
like Suzidny 11
dwell on decline In production. April
makes Bradford the
with the, ; railroad I located March 6 the The Board of County Commit l "J
to1 Conservation Specialist. Government-owned In a meeting on 'N'
state .
that If elected counties In the _, ,, .>. '
itM t but only two Gross receipts during the p"t. ;li1iters" heard front State ---\ } -...-t t tPlsAM r I.
Demon the : Muriel a report"
S' Extension Service. within and without Board reappointed Mr .
.. Ji ate... lands. ( ar* for
19 Senator he..would, ; allowed to tax state estimated at $25,133 shaping up a ''t'.
week were Senator Charlie K.: Johns on tiltrogresa I
stratlona showing the principles reservation consisted: of 27 miles N'orntaa %s principal of tho Hell
Bradford'
at the
great "
and
to put some of Since the split 00 brInging the of road construction In '
and freezing accessories. All chool and
business man of home canning Biad'fordhas of track and rail bronn. jE ementary { Hampton Baptist Church next ,
a successful fruits, vegetables and meats were: Union Counties in 1922,' 7869890. of this material has been sold. Harmon ... Morgan as head of the county and awarded a contract Sunday April 11, W. A.' Scott ii
government.Others of
tct in state acres prison I
given. Stress was made on usr' taxed 10,766 which Figures for the past week at Col. Teale said that of the 2i the Ilrooker Junior High School, for courthouse roofing ma- pastor' announced yesterday. 't ,
BJeftwo t'
State ing the latest information on prej land and exempted 40 acres the Farmers Market were: regimental-size chapelx. hU office ,\t this nwtlng, A. O. Jenkins, C. crisis at lt,. meeting here Mon '
candidates for The other 460 Member friends, former members 1 I. '
ration, processing and timetables contain buildings. April 1 521 crates 870 has sold 14 to religious oiganlzatlons. C.; Anderson, Sarah Jenkins, and day. The Boitrd also rescinded Its "
ntative, N. D. Wainwright, recently released by the! of untaxable lands are In Union April 2 447 crates (&?; 8,25 These chapels will\ bo used Mable' E. Roberts wero chosen at previous acceptance of Dr. A., Yovlngtirn'e and pastors have been in'I ,I'
Imbent, and J. P. Roberts the state paid vited to come together for the t \
Bureau of Human Nutrition and' County. Last year. April 3 350 crates 9.25: as shrines or memorials, or I as principal.* of various colored institutions resignation as Director '
J from personalities, $3,420,83 in tax purpose of renewing acquaintances J'ml "
any Home Economics. Bradford County April 3 i 421 crates rID 12,30 denominational houses for wor In the county. of the Bradford County
and 't
"fair Vfellowshlp and to discuss ?
a
promising Miss Madge Whigham, Home' es. April 6 384 crates 10.75 ship. In the sale of these buildIngs The Board agreed to call forbids Health Department. I 1'1
deal for all if sent I to decision the plans for Ute church's new building ,
notified
General's John
Senator
distributednew The Attorney 7 -- 100 crates 10.20 Col. Teale pointed out that:
Demonstration Agent, April on three school bun bodies 't '
re- ) fund to be
Walnwright campaign, soon ,
[ssee, result of a request made Hoard that according" to F. Elgin
Is the sale
fixed price
bureau bulletins on canning I the Army a chasHlsls. and voted to consider !
sedates and launched. All friends of the
in
his record past
who of the State
and freezing. All Interested people by Governer Caldwell questioned Olin White Jr. These chapels have an over-all bids for materials to be used Baylenif/ chairman church, regardless of denomination '.t
the law. I Inthe Road the State has
will be able to the legality of length of 96 feet and a width of construction of a shower Department, '1'
county the
In the In
all spoke I board of Accident for the or place of residence are invited Ii
for Sheriff spring of 1947. The Injured In were Hold complete awarded a contract construction
this material by contacting : feet. They at the Bradford High School '
,31
will Recur loom ofa to Join with the member- : :
indicating that they agent. Commissioners of State Institutions with furnaces and pews', but of bridges and paving .ft ,
demonstration Field.
i of action rather than the home agreed to pay the tax this Olin W. White, Jr., 21-year-old without the music organs. Ten Athlt-tlc road from Ilrooker to State ship on thl. happy occasion. .I ,

R J. Andrews led off I in Mrs. Tyler Jones Starke canning spring when they were reminded son of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Whiteof I chapels still remain on the reservation The office of the County School Road! 25 at Mlkeavllle In Columbia The day' events will begin with ;1

(tical order and was fol- plant supervisor explained! Clerk; of the Court Thomas Starke. sustained head injuriesIn i.d are available for sale. Superintendent; noted Wednesday County. Tho State contract, Sunday School at 10 a. m.; to be /'

y T, C. Crawford, Nelson the operation of the canning plant oy that the taxes were included inthis an automobile-truck accidentone Interested: religious\ organizations that the appointment of schoolteachers for 'f503,33d! was awarded to followed by preaching at 11 a. P14; I ,

IK, P Jones P. D.> RedM and how It can be used to sup- year's budget. mile south of Starke on the 'should contact the Corps of Engineers for the 1948-40 school tha L. L. Hall Construction Com dinner on the grounds at noon; 4; :.

,I D. H. Smith. Retiring! tpfcment home canning and to decision of the Attorney, Gainesville highway Thursday aft at 575 Riverside Ave., year had to be completed within: pany. and a program of music andeakthg

i A, O. Andreu received aJnd assist these families who du not General The has settled the controversy crnoon, April 1. Jacksonville, for further details two weeks.Grasses. Senator Johns also said that will conclude tile program j ,

when he made a brief have pressure cooker facilities I in stating that the landsare He Is confined to the Shadycrest regarding the sale of these build the right of way for a road from In the afternoon. .

I In appreciation for the their home for processing nonacid by Hospital and will be there for AvailableFor Lawtey! to the State Farm had ,

of voteis In past elecAsHtHsors -I vegetables and meats. Mlai taxable. "several more days" according to ings. Now been obtained and surveying wastb Charles H. Ellis i I + '

Neely mentioned that the Starke hospital attendants. Farmers I begin this week. The proposed r ri

Next canning plant Is one of the best Outstanding Event The driver of the truck. Wll.'on: Smith Elected Coastal Bermuda, 99 Bermuda' highway would extend from State Dies Near Waldo i\

candidate for Tax she has seen in the state and colored of Jacksonville Road 100 to Road 16 near the :
Andrews, Set C. White. will be available
amounts off In Masonry and Pangola grasses Charles) Homer Ellis 62, died 1
record and explained how large released on a $500: bond. State Farm.
>r, reviewed his has been :
at the Kxperl-
rations baaed on collegeof vegetables and meats can best For GainesvilleAn White was taking a colored Head of Rotary for Station farmers grass nursery in I I A. detailed contract for roofing suddenly Saturday of afternoon a heart while attack on last a J i

taxation matters. In- be handled in a canning plant.. laundress to her home at 5 o'clock ment dates: material to be used on the courthouse "
estimated 350 persons willbe I .Gainesville: on the following the Hoard fishing trip, at Lake Alto near i l' !
W. Hayes afternoon In his fain was awarded by
it Assessor E. Gainesville, Saturday Thursday 11 April 12 and 19; May 10; June 14and Waldo. He was born in Atlanta ;4
that he would not be able BookkeepingAnd t on hand in ily's car when the truck. a wide Junius M.\ Smith was elected I to Carl Johns, the lowest bidder. Ii
the Most Illustrious 28."The. Ga.. May 14 1888 and was a carpenter <,
10, when of Dr. A. Y.
much aId .April used to haul building president of the Starke Rotary, The resignation
it the as body type
people Typing OfferedIn Grand Council of Royal of officers Experiment Station will of the by trade. being a member I: .' i
County
1<1 like during the cam- materials, slde- wiped and heavily Club at the annual election Covlngton as head I, .
of Florida and farmers of local] 627 & Joiners
Carpenters
because he would be busy Adult ClassesTypewriting and Select Masters damaged the car White was driv held Wednesday following plow up the grasses! Health Unit was unanimously rescinded '
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will meet there. Mi will\ be expected to furnish' potato of Dr. Cov- Union of Jacksonville. .
land descriptions for ing. The truck stopped after the the regular luncheon meeting. at the request

f-way on the Hampton- and bookkeeping Spencer Louis Houston of Jack- accident. The laundress, Georgia Smith has served several terms.' asthe rakes and labor for digging 11,11and thenoil Ington. Ha had previously ten.dered He Is survived by his wife, Mr*. ,c. ,. i

Fa road, but he asked for classes two nights ,a week arenoW Bonville\ Illustrious Grand Master Allen, who was uninjured aided Club's secretary, and also on material out of the loose his resignation on March 1. Maggie Ems of Macclenny. and a
of Florida, I loading It on their trucks clerks and brother' Leon Ellis of Cordele, Ga. 7
/IOn on the basis that he available to veterans and 1 of the Grand Council a passing Gainesville physician in the Board of Directors. The Board appointed I
ministered the office with adults desiring to attend. C. S, will preside at the meeting. A transporting the unconscious A. J. Thomas was elected Vice County Agent T. K. MtCIane explained. Inspectors for the First Primary Funeral services were held attha .. >

,' candidates is Andrews, Secretary 1 May\ 4. They also agreed Maoclenny Church of Christ
or favor of anyone. Partln director of the Bradford class of 50- or more White to the hospital. President: Guv Election I
pr office Institute for Veterans and'* expected to receive the three de-j White Is a pharmacy student ; C. H. Nasworthy re-elected Farmers. are urged not to expect to meet April 21 for the purpose Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock
candidates for the County
r announced yesterday.The ''grees!; of the Council at the at the University of Florida. He Treasurer; and Ed Shull reelected to obtain grass on any day of revising the Primary Registration and Interment was In Woodlawn 1\\ ,
J Collector to be vacated by: Adults, r.
C.Ight classes In these subjects 1 mony which Is expected to be the was discharged from Army Service Sergeant at Arms. except: the dates listed above andthey Books. The registration. Cemetery, Marclenny, .under< the r 1'' I
Itirement
of Incumbent.were held Thursday and Friday greatest event yet to take place in on October 20. 1946 and had The new Board of Directorswas are asked to notify the books will\ close on April 17. direction! of DeWitt C. Jones. ,;t1DanMcCarty f

next January. are o'clock In 1 Masonic circles. that time as a elected a,., follows: A. J. 'County Agent what day they Intend 1
of
7 to 9:30: Gainesville served part t
[ from: J. R. Kelly, GeneW nights from JunluH Gainesville.\ Presents Platform To Voters. : '
S.' Sibley and R. 'A.fiion Bradford High School. Alexander The Council is a part of theYor1l. bodyguard for General Douglas Thomas, C. H. Nasworthy to go to 1

Purcell Is Instructor.Candidates Rite of Freemasonry andthe MacArthur In Tokyo Japan. M. Smith. T K. McClane E.. L. :. In Serious-Minded Speech Here Friday tlll}

starting of the Council there Matthews, Guy Andrews, Luclan Funeral Tuesday :

Morgan based his ap- Gainesville\ the complete List Conner, and Herbert Deal. J. H.DuPre Dan McCarty\ ,candidate for ed with distinction in the state
Invited will give Farmers May
T election as Superintendent'blic Rite. Incumbent president whose,[ For Donnie Hall Governor and Fort Pierce citrus I Legislature, being elected Speaker '.

'. Instruction on his To Joint Meeting' York the Grand Cows For TestingFarmers term' will expire in July will: son ofMr. grower and civic loader broughthis :of the House In 1941-the youngi i 1
to plans 4-year-oM
Hall
rations and college de- According andthe automatically serve as the ninth Donnie campaign to Bradford County est man ever to hold that responsible .?

"hlle incumbent Arthur R Of) Legion & VFW j Council will open at 3:30: and p.m.Select are requested to notify member of the Board. and Mrs. Claude Ha'.l Howpltal died- last Friday morning with a speechIn '. position. As a legislator he j $ 4 '

Pointed to a "progressive ( degrees of Royal after the County Agent's office as The new officers: will take over I Saturday; In the Shadycrest Starke In which he gave a sponsored acts outlawing slot t..i i
tl'aton": in for re- All veterans and their families Masters will be conferred. number of cows they would first following an attack of mem- '*'
asking to the their duties with the meeting forthright dlicusMon of his platform machines eliminating poll taxes,
to a special Joint Besslon -,, dinner will be served. disease He was a member of the !f t
are Invited {which a like to have tested for Bang's In July. Ingitlx. and his planw for administering and creating the State Highway ,,i .
candidates for Supervisor of the local American! Legion with the Super Excellent degree when the program begins Roatdruln Baptist Church Sunday the states affairs. If elected i Patrol. He was a leader in the a

deration. A. L. Crosby, Jr.? and Veterans of Foreign Wars, to be conferred at 8 p. m. here May 3. Play To Be Given School.In li'survived Speaking as a farmer and citrus successful fight against a sales ; e J
he
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Legion
held In the Isnot to his parent!
> .J, Shaw were heard from. posts to be The Super Excellent degree The testing her will continue addition grower, the youthful World War tax. and Is still opposed to sucha
bird candidate T. S.VI1- Home on West Call street Monday \ t conferred very often and adegree through May 7 and will\ be conducted At S. A. Camp by a brother Geraldine, K:
night: at 7:30: o'clock. team from Miami will be by Dr. S. D. Culver vet- two sister -
[was not present. vitally l hiLerested: >< 1 ia. th sJ'pndon .
Candidates are invited to be' Gainesville to confer It uponany trUarUa "with ti* U, S. P part. A play ntlU 3. In anil .
Thomas, unopposed forth present and, make very brief talks. member of the Council wllu, m eat ol Agrieuttwr. *. Bureau o! I.' wUIia presented Tuesday lo'wwroJervkes- were held at farm-to-markftt roads. These The OFFICE. CAT .

term as Clerk of Is* has not received it. This degree Animal] Industry. with offices IniinesvliIe. night. April 13, at 8 o'clock atthe the graveside In Santa Fe Cemetery must be built, to encourage and 1l

Court M*!* a brte* CARD OF THINKS not been conferred in thtssection It iswithout cost tothe Salvation Army Camp on Tuesday morning at 11o'clock fields In agriculture. Says l lIi'ii I
of has new
| appreciation to the vot- We wish to express sincere of the state for more than farmers. Bedford Lake. between Starke and with Rev L. I). Han! s Our develop roads and, bridges
public ?
to Dr. said.An McClane Route 100. The entertainment Interment wa In thefamlly 7"
thanks and appreciation Masonic officials County Agent T. K. Keystone on officiating. abreast of our state's
must
Bridges, member of the Mrs. Gene Long.an1 .! 20 years testing Is sponsored by theHome plot under the direction ofDeWitt keep
H. H. Adams has been extended states that the program and additional road must
Democratic Executive all others who in any waygave Invitation of the Council toattend in "mighty Important to the residents League Ladies) for benefit C. Jonea.cnp growth b4 constructed to meet demand '
Wee, ofnies. their friendshipand to all members the Salvation Army Missionary \
served as master evidence of of the county. particularly of bLt
l> and anyone OF THANKS of rapidly growing are41ll.Turning 'AtU
sympathy during the long the ceremony those who drink raw milk. He Work. to old assistance,
I death of Charles regarding disease Those having leading role Inthe We sincerely appreciate theklndl1esll age ,.
next at the Information out that Bang's -
rally will be held to- illness and desiring further pointed extended to us In therpcel1t McCarty said: "I hall continue ---
( Friday Contact Warren transferred from the cow to humans play are Mrs. J. G. Adklns
) member
at New River. M.\ Carlton. It may death of ourloved my effort started while a
-The Family will produce undulant fever Helen Adkliu Hazel PhillIps. andGrace 11 illness and to provide Candidate for Sheriff are so
Jr., at the Gainesville Especially do we exprom of the Legislature
Torlay. Dickinson.AdmissIon one. thick along Call 8U'MI'
H. serious malady. old every
;' Osborne will be Inety a very assistance for our
t tonight where she will Sun Harold Vortes' Newberry This will be the only period of wilt be 15c<< and 25c.Drinks << thanks for the beautiful adequate" !Saturday afternoon, sometime* 1W 1 iJ

banquet and be, inltlnto Road, or ,J. C. Relchert at the free, testing of milk cows during and homemade! pies andcakes floral offerings.The people.McCarty emphasized the fict' they' get mixed up and start shaking
Futch Family
must file I first will be on sale. hand with each other. fI
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Delta Candidate 1948. but s rv-
Kappa Gamma Florida Studious. that he 1s not a lawyer,
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rAGI D.VOBradford ,

May, 3rd. 1948. In the above named 23. 1661.tOF'iC1AL. N. IUS.OnDER. Or PURL.ICATIONAND child todv IInd "" '
I -1 : ,Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ( SEAL) A. J. Thoma, *. NOTICP! TO APPEAR Shall itrftdrord CO'01
;tiiic; Fa'r: seeks divorce. Bradford County A* rUrk of said Court. I STATE OP FLORIDA to: Mr. four Publish thi5 ').,I"

County TelegraphESTABLISHED Lawteynr: : IIA Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Ixnues.WltnvHH thin. OrderIn T.Atty Prank for PIt.Ijtndrum, Stark S-Z6, Flu.4t 4.16 and Wilbur address Whitcomb In: ,1465 .68th.- residence Street, seal Wltne,5 Weekly my I..u.honl.. "I'Gtr' ,
al
1677 E. L.. MATTHEWS. OwNtrt-EDiTOK i.. n. r_.<-fcCOMMENCEMENT By Mrs. Bryan Whlttlel' I neal. at Starke my, Florida hand ,and this official let of I IN rOI'MTY.cinrriT' FLOIIIDAI cot'HT. BRADFORD IV (;H,'. Urooklyn You are, New required York. .to. appear' on 18.(OFFtCtAL 194A.: "'larke, Fiori'",Iw "

S S S S S S S April ift CLOUT April ID. 1948. In the above named A. Clerk SEAL_ ) -
and Entered M Second S S S ( SCAD: A. J. Thomas, and cause wherein plaintiff T. Frank ot 1\\lei Cno" I
Evrry Fridaydam Plaintiff v* Court ",
rubltohed
Margaret Whltcomb.
and Mrs. W. T. Fisher of As Clark of laid Court. ; & support, I 1'flhtrum' .
Mr. divorce CUM- Ally
at the font Office at Starke Fta. : HELD John J. Henderaoik E.q.. St. Augus Wilbur Whltcont.b. Defendant.. Case eeke for Plr. StIll,

Mutter AT LAWTKY SChOOL Atlanta, Georgia were visitors of tine. Fla. ,,,,,,,.............,..,...,...,....,...,.,.,..,........,..........,...,.....,...,..........,.,......,....,,,....,,..,,.,,..,..........
PI f.2 lltIIIU"'IIII.'llttll""I.I"It"ItIItII"i"lU"UIItI""iUIIU""I.. "" "' """"!''''''''''"" ""'""'" """ "'"e."' ""' """""". .,. -
School Mr, and Mrs. P, D. Fancher last Atty.: for ft 4-21 II IIIIIIIII.III"'I.III"' "" i
The Lawtey Junior High
MEMBERBwbocrlptUm 11* 1948 I Commencement exercises were weekend.' I.f: CIRCUIT COITRT. BRADFORD'
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Mr. and Mrs. Reese Bradley and I COUNTY. FLOHIOAl IN CHAN
1.10 For Six Month hellion Thursday. April 1. Marvin CEHY.Clementine: .
Annually Clinton and Jack of Yes.
$2 Warren was Valedictorianand sons. Wayne Atklnnnn Qreene\ Plain ,.
tiff VII. Clifton Ureene Defendant .
Jacksonville were guests of Mr. ,: ,
Loca Rafuse was Salut .tlrlan. Case No. 6469.ORDRR !). I
Marvin used tor his subject, "To and Mrs. J. M. Bradley and of OF PUBLICATION
LOOK AND LISTEN M,'. and Mrs. W. H. Williams Sat I I ANI NOTICE) TO APPEAR
STOP
his
Greater Heights" He urged STATS OF FLORIDA to: Clifton
BEFORE YOU MAKE UP YOUR MIND! classmates to continue their education urday and Sunday. Greene known. whose residence le un- It's BUCK JONES ISn

to be better prepared for During the past.week Mr. 'and -
Occasionally the Telegraph is asked why it doesn't"come I' You are required to appear on
their life work. Loca chose the Mrs. M. E. Griner had as their May 3rd. 1949 In the above named
out" in support of one of the candidates for Governor Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .
Life". She visitors Mr. and Mrs. Martin
The for this is that subject "Building A MeekH divorce. Kradford County 1.'I
in its editorial columns.( reason stresMed the fact that the members Relnau and little daughter, Joan, el t" Order
for the Governorship there are atleast I In tProu" et.I"r..ul.h.l.a: : FOR SHERIFF '
ordinarily in a campaign of the class were not only getting : of Palatka and M.Sgt. and Mrs. !
three or four candidates whose records of past service an education but that they were Martin Griner and sons of Jack. at Witness Starke: my Florida hand. thin and, 1st official of. April.deal. >..

personal reputations, and platforms make them so building a life. sonville.. 1048. j.I
for the office of Governor that we Miss Pauline Brannen of Jacksonville (OFFICIAL BfJAt.) A. J. Thomas,
nearly equally acceptable The guest speaker for the eve- A. Clerk of said Court.
feel qualified to single out one was with her parents Mr John J Henderson, 1:8q tt.! Augus
do not conscientiously particular ning was Prof. W. H. Milton. tine. Fla.Atty.jfor. lie has a wonderful background. lie has a wonderful Army
man and say to our readers, "We know that he will principal of the Macclennv High and Mrs. R. W. Brannen Friday PIt 4-2 4t .23iv I retort.

make better Governor than the other contenders. You School. He spoke on "What It night and Saturday..
should a vote for him." Takes to Be A Builder". He said Miss Mildred Hundley of Jack : COUNTY.rraci'iT FL.OII1UAI c-oi'HT. BRADFORD IH: CHAIN lie is the man nho put all the German ammunition and a fullYequip.,,;

that there are two clause! of sonville spent Sunday with Mr. CKRV.Annie. ped rifle on display in 1919 in the Joe Alvarez store window.
In failing to do this we do not feel that we are shirkingour Lou Wilson, Plaintiff vs.
people the "learners" and the and Mrs. W. H. Williams. Marion I'rn."t1111011.. Defendant.Cane .
responsibility to our readers. Rather do we feel that M.'. and Mrs. Vance of Nr 84.18.
"lifters". He told his audience Geiger He was the third man out of Bradford County in 1917.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION Owen
trust if advised readers to I
a we our
be betraying:
we would that the most Important people Jacksonville were Sunday visitorsof AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Anders! of Lawtey was the first man ,out of the old estate. I raised
vcte for a particular candidate without having concrete information in the world are the lifters. He Mr. and Mrs. ,J, M. Bradley.Mr. STATE OF FLORIDA to: MarlonFrn..t tw
Wilson, whose rexlilenra In boys that alsq have white and gold star badges and ribbons with
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that he would be better honorable
and indisputable proof a gave as qualities of a lifter: faith and Mrs. L. G. Savage and South Main Street, Bamberir South:

man for the job than any other contestant in the race. wisdom, a good body, and to know babies, Ronnie and Donnie, of Carolina.You discharges.Let .

If any great issues were involved morally, politically, how to meet the world. with a Starke were guests of Mr. and April 20.are 1948 required In the'0 above appear named on
otherwise it would be a different matter. If we were smile. Mrs. J. W. Woodward Sunday. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff. me say this: A country that is not worth fighting for Is not
or He compared life to a biillJIng Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brannen of seekS divorce. Bradford County worth living in. We are all volunteers at that, too.
convinced that one man was unfit for the office while an- Telegraph shall publIsh this OrderIn
The most Important pars of Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. B. H.Beasley. next four weekly Ixruea.Witness e
other seemed endowed with qualities desirable in a good
which Is a good foundation, with- June .Crews and Ruth my hand and official Check these records if wish .
Governor we would unhesitatingly endorse the better marf. seal I at Ktarke. Florida thin March you :
out which the building would fall Beanley of Lake Butler were din- 21. 1941. .
But such a clear cut choice does not generally arise.In under the storms of life. Wisdom, ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas .
An Clerk of laid Court. Yes I worked as a special agent. The first five I
the present campaign, for instance there are at another quality of a litter, Is necessary Brannen at noon Sunday. Zach H. Douglas. Jacksonville "'IlL. cases had in court
least four contenders, any one of whom in our opinion, for a good life. A life Since' last Friday Mrs. W. HT!'' Atty. for Plf. ___ 3-26 4t 4-16 were all turned loose. I learned something. The next 27 cases I had those

would make Florida a reasonably good governor no better, I without a place for God has something Morgan has been visiting her son- NOTICE OF APPLICATIOV" FOil that didn't plead guilty were all convicted by the jury and the integrity

perhaps or no worse than the average run. But on what missing lii it. said the in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. TAX Illll UtOKUHolme N.f: .. 1111: of the honorable court. Yes I had learned something.Here's .

basis could we single out one of them and ask our readersto 'speaker He asked the class to Henry Loper, In Starke.Mr. NOTICH la 1IKKKIIY. (1IVKN. that

support him to the exclusion of all others? From our continue their education to be and Mrs. R. A. Wells, Mrs. L. (I. Powell reitlflcatei the holder has of filed the aRId following another tipJr.: Jones has worked and been around some-.

casual acquaintance with all four of them, they seem to be prepared told for them the that Job of building.He lifter. 1, and Isabel Nancy Edwards Mynihan and Misses and Mary Joan 1'xrtlrk'aten thereon.fur a The tax deed certlfloaiteanuml to. belesuod Alabama Mississippi! Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas Tenne ,

capable men of high principles. Their platforms are all must have a purposo in every life. Wells all of Jacksonville were Bcrlitlon. >..rx and of years the of property laMuance| and the Newark, N. J., North Carolina. South Carolina. Also I have worked In

"good" phrased in the usual high-sounding generalitiesand Supt. A. R. McRae gave the Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. the nameH In which It was assessed Georgia ,Heaven Atlanta. I had many different jobs even guarded

embodying the well-worn but sure-fire planks : better promotion certificates to the fol- J. C. Wallace. are Certificate an follows Nu.: 242 Year of Issuance convicts and barbered. "This was my slogan: "A wise man changes A

roads better schools no new taxes greater -economy lowing young people: Ruby Jewel En route from Daytona Beachto 1940Di'Hi'rlptlnn! ( I fool never changes" I've done well for myself from a barelegged fcov

anti-all-isms who could argue with any of them ? Carter, Ovid Bennett Cecil their new home in Texas. Mr. 8W" of NKV' of See.Properly II Twp.: 6 E''S.< R.of so I hope to do you all a good job in YOUR Sheriffs office. '

Shuffle all the candidates and their platforms up togetherand Crawford Jr., Edward Lee :Massey, and Mrs. C. A. Ashton and their 22 Name K." 20 In scren.which. annexed Unknown -

no one. would be greatly harmed. Daisy Wilkinson, Geraldine Rosier children spent the past weekend : Yes I've been a saloon keeper; owned my own property: bought
Marjorie Wall Ann Moore, Donald with Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Tyus. Certificate No. 19?. Year of Is- all
In ninety-nine cases out of a hundred when a person HUH nee 1941.iesaIiption. the licens! ; never was put out of bounds in the big N.A.T.B. Navy Camp,
Bennett Mrs. P. A. Millholland,' Mrs.
candidate early in the campaign and gives him Joyce Bennett. Mary of Property! WH oSW'i either. You check with
out Mr.! Yocelle
singles a Lee Starling. Robert Leslie Me- Jack Harrell, Mrs. Richard Barker I of NKV, Sec. 11 Twp. IS 8. II may State Beverage Director, or
closing his mind to the and :24 fl.: 20 Here the of Fort Pierce .
unqualified support qualities City Fla.
Clellan, Lafayette (Fay) Durban, Mrs. F. S. Gordon and Mrs.A. Name In which assessed A. (J.
capabilities of all others it is because of 1. relationship by Marvin Warren Ada Edward, .. Richard Norman all of Jacksonville n"K..rH: ,

blood or marriage; 2. personal friendship ; 3. remuneration ; Floyd Futch Idell Durban, Dan were Sunday visitors of ('"unl All )of' of said Brudforil property:$tatv liclnic. of In Flor th<> You may :irk why I quit. I was under the lifelong slogan : "A Wise

4. the promise of future favors. None of these factors en- Wainwright, Theodore Br nnE'n. Mrs. A. M. Rlcharde. Ida. man changes.:; A fool never changes."

ters into our support of' a candidate in this race, and if it James Prevatt, Jean Sullivan :Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Walker I'nlesx Hliall such be certificate redi.'>..1\11'.1 or according certlflcntcH .I -

did would not be permitted to become the basis of editorial Loc Rafuse! of Alachua and Mrs. Maggie For-: to IIIVI". proiurty (ICHcrlhrtl In So if know
Hitch fprMflcnte or cortlf!<'nt"H will you want to the truth. ask me. I've travelled to receive
endorsement. That if ever given would be based only I Mrs. W. H. Edwards furnisher! svth and Mr and, Mrs. Eugene lie sold to the lilRhcHt hlild-r, at the i; wages. Never been locked up yet by the law of man, but it's touh
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music for the program and the Forsyth and their Bon, Barry\ ('iinrt hoiiHe dour on the firm Mon. : going
upon positive evidence that one man would make a better JHV In month of May, I'.Ushlch \\r in spoto.' J'ncut cross ties and plowed a buckshin!: ox. l'\c made; it a
of Mr.
Glee Club two numbers. Jacksonville
were guests
Governor than another. At the sang close! of the programMrs. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier Sunday the I imtol'.Ird 1 iljiv:I IhU of 2.1 May.ilay: t ).1'.mh. 19IS I; r-raclici' all along in life to go to the worst: places and then turn and go

In the present arena be believe that English McCarty, L. H. Hill Invited the class Mrs. Edwin Walker, Mrs. O. H. (fOKPiri.M'...rk. of ('lr
Shands or Warren (listed in alphabetical order) would make to her home for a social hour Thomas, Sr., Mrs. O. H. Thomas, rii>rlda. 3.214l 1 1-lf I this openly. I Know a great deal about people.
reasonably good Governor of Florida, and that the voter the 1\'. Mrs. Garland all -- -
a Others Invited to be with and Godwin. I\ f.lft'ITr r-fi-r, 1111 \.tnoiivOIrV
in his ballot fot of the four. I dais and Mrs. McRae of Gainesville luncheon ( FIOIIIIJll I < Cit \> J
cannot go far wrong casting any were Supt. were f.FHV.Mnricarrt. I know all about our county. The good spots and the rough ones,
So to only this don't plump for Foster Shi Smith. 'V. H. MUton guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, G. t.anren"l1l1l1m..., Plain When I'm
we say our readers( : : any j your sheriff, I shall visit all of them. That will be my duty,
.
J. 1\!. Browning. Rev. and Mrs Godwin Wednesday of last week. tiff.f. Jam 'H JOH"Vh"IIIIamll
candidate until you find out ,all that you possibly can about I Defendant.' ('Iee Xi o, 643A and I will do it at all times with the courtesy of the law.
G. V. Lee and the dinner of Mr. ; I
faculty members Sunday guexts
OIII>KR r? Pl'ltLWATIOVANT
him and what he stands for in the few weeks remaining before -
I > :XOT'CK' TO APPRARSTATR
end
of the school. Mrs. Bryan Whltfield were
4th. If learn something May 3rd that con- Ol' FI.oniI to :MrTainoH So I invite
May you on Mr. and Mrs. Emory Townsend JiiHfph< IV II 1111 I1IH. whose: rexliletice fully a complete check-up of my back record, politically
vinces you that one man will make a better Governor than .George Steele Robert CojeenTl and their son. Tucker and Miss and ad 1r*KH IK: The Hote1Richmond personally.' 4

another then vote for him that i ii, unless you are barred Roberts and Miss Martha Mary Townsend of Lake Butler. Buffalo t New Ynik.You .
are r-nulip<1 by your conscience from doing so because you have foolishly Miller of the U of F met with the April 26,. 194'' In the above namer -nUCK
young people of the Methodist tar Maxine of Lake City were Court and citine. herein plalntlf JONESPaid
i made an early committment to some other Candidate I. n....kn dlv"e and r..tnrallnn o' .
about whom you actually knew very little. -? Church in their Youth Fellowship guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walk maiden ns n... Bradford Countx j jT".ph ( Political ,ldvrrtt.-rmrntY ,.Jwr .4Jo p.
meeting and at the regular last' week. nall publish this OrderIn III"" """""""""""""""'"'""''""1"""""" "'"'"'"''"""''""""""'"'"""iinmnitimmiiiiffliuiiiimtiiiiiiiiinniiiii'' '''' ,' '''' '' '' 'minim'' 11"11I111111I1/1111/'' / ,, ,,
in the that *.xf fr weekly l. ... / IlPlflflhtllIllIIlllIIlIllU5Il1flhI4HIIItIIIIflflflfllflhJ' '' ('' '!! ''' ''''''''' ''"lltIfllllIJtplffllllIl'seIw'"" '' '''' '''
Why make up your mind blindly campaign preaching service George Steele Miss Marjorie Wall" Is in Lake n Wltn-wi ir my hand Hue and offlcla'

"I'm for this man or that man" and close your eyes and brought; the message. His talk City this week visiting Miss MaxIne Heal. at 4taike Florida. thin March

ears to the qualifications of all others? Why not wait until win Illustrated by pictures and Richards. 6 a-_ IV ,.a.a.--._ p p .
all the cards are. down or at least as many as the humble .......w.al'.". ----
I I'M 'IRT.T c'o.'r. ItKADFOItll
voter will be permitted to see? Mrs. G. W. Roberts and Mrs ("o l VI'Y PI.UHIUAI. IN (,,,,,I'tI.' CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION

Frankly, we haven't decided yet WHO we'll vote for L. II. Futch were, business visitorsto Alma ri-nv Kreeny Clio tltl"n. Plaintiff. ,
Jacksonville last Thursday. VM. Jo. Chatmun, Defendant.. C...... PAUSE. REFRESHAT
advise others?
4th. How could possibly
on May we Miss Mattie Harley of Gaines- No. 11444oanisn or ptraLiCATio.v

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE I DRIVE UNDER WAY Ille was the weekend guest of ANn NOTICP.: TO APPEAR .
Mrs. A. H. STATIC OP FLORIDA to: JnrPhtitniiin.
WITH GOAL; SET AT $5,000 BUDGET ., her parents Mr. and wlu>He residence, la unknown.
Marie). .
The annual membership drive of the Starke Chamberof Mrs. John A. Hughey of Or- Yon era required to appear on
Mnv 3, I
I 191'1.! In the above mtnivdCourt
Commerce is now in progress, under the leadership of its lando was the guest of her son- and ratine' wherein plaintiff BIG RED COOLEgf
in-law and daughter, .Mr. and xt-ekx ilivuri-o.. Hrmlforcl CountyTi'lf ,
Board of Directors, and the goal is a budget of $5,000 for >nrni'h shall publish this Orel..rIn
the currentear.; Mrs. R. W. Mosley, Jr.. several! nnxt four weekly Untiex.VltnenN .
days during the week. \ my hand and official. .
seal 1 nr 11I1111"1,... Florida. this March
The idea back of a Chamber of Commerce is not new "
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch .en 39 1044'
in Starke, and it is even older' in its world-wide aspects. tertained the Oth Grade with a (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.

There are still lots of people1 however, who- are not as familiar party last Wednesday evening. Znrh H Pougrtn"A* Clerk, :33V..: r>f. Bald Ashley, Court St.fruknonvllle ,

with it as they should be. Games were played until 10 0'. Fla.Any. =
for Pit 4-2 4t 4-21:!:!
Basically, the purpose of a Chamber of Commerce is to clock when refreshments were '

make the community a better place in which to live and served. iv rmriir rorttr.roi Hit tneonn. .S
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Mrs. Melba Partln sponsored a >rv. FLoitmti i\ (.11 '\-
make a living. In order to accomplish this objective Chambers TRRV. PHARMACIST '
and 8th
theatre party tar the 7th Mary FxiirlMe Sampler" Dophor
of Commerce get behind. or initiate measures for civic Grades on Thursday afternoon or rMiilntlff. v*. Walter Conrad f>,,- _____ i
pl>..r, Jr., Defendant. PHMR No. 8450, 1 '
betterment, whether they be along the lines of cultural development last week. ORDER ()1.' PIIll'r.le"TION Phone 61 STARKE I '.tiwd '

beautification, street and utility' improvement Mrs.! Ruth Barthlow and daughter 1\-:0: s-n'1'll"F "'0 AP1'ro" -: .-
STATR OP FLORIDA to: Wsltei') On-the-Minit Servict II .
public buildings: protection and fostering of trade or developing Effle Mae, of Mlddleburg ("V>nra<1 Dnpher. Jr.. whose re..l.l I fl..e.SERVL ...

new industry. were visiting Mrs. Barthlow's sister d*>nc Vtiti<.. IH are unknown.required to appear on ----- _.--.:. ,
Mrs. Mae Wells. last Satur. IYOURSCLF p ,
t of Commerce first
JProbably the idea of a Chamber ,

originated with the formation of merchant guilds during I I day.Miss Arthurlne Blanchard of Phone 52-J .Se

'feudal l times. It is generally conceded that the first such ,.I. Jacksonville was visiting her parents j I B V.DEE" soviet AIr..II.rlm..n S _,e .- ., _

organization actually to be railed by the term "Chamber of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blan- l W. POLIOW Tel STOK titian
Cnmmerce" was formed in Marseilles France. Other French chant last Saturday and Sunday.

cities set up similar organizations: proving so helpful that I I Herman Wall has been con- .,
the idea crossed over into England and Ireland. The first fined to his home because of Illness ..k. ; _

known Chamber of Commerce organized in this country was for several days. His friend- ..' \

formed by a trroup of colonial merchants in New York City hope to see him out soon. BICYCLE SHOE I he"

On 1786. Others soon followed Today the need for, and Mr. anti Mrs. J.v.. Terrv An< esh

'the support of the activities s of the Chamber of Commerce family of Lake City were visitingMrs. REPAIRING REPAIRING 7'Q .
T. J. Terry last Friday.
has become an accepted part of the American scene, to the Workmen removed the Godwin \ k'il l

fl )int where it i is a blot upon the civic pride of a city not to house from Lawtey to Starke Make .--N faiJar
We
nave such an organization. I last we k. The house Is locatedon Keys

,Coming home to Starke: Two things our Chamber of the Starke-Blanding road and 1
P
C'-fimp'-cp must!! J have in order 'to be effective. ((1)) Volumeof we understand the Godwins will -F .'..- .-' -": : I

membership. Frequently an accomplishment on the partof move into It when completed.The ooo-------------r! j 4f. ,, InDei

a Chamber of Commerce is possible onlly through the Sub-District Lawtey Meeting MYF attended In Starke a L ... ......-.. i.. n..i.._.. i.. ,. ._.> r- _
weight: of numbers! of citizens and/or voters speaking .. I.'
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last Monday evening. -_ _
through it. An example is its influence on legislative or Rev. Pierce, regional missionary .. '. le.z a ,

administrative bodies of government in securing needed for this district was the Biggs & Baker ltd

improvements. ((2)) Money. To say that a Chamber of guest speaker at the Baptist

Commerce can operate successfully without money I is as inconsistent Church last Sunday evening. C

.... a* a politician calling for better roads and lower ) City Attorney O. L. Patten of 105; W. CALL ST. STARKE FLA. ,n

taxes at the same time. Every business man and every Starke met with the Council in

housewife knows the necessity for adequate operational its regular session last Monday
funds. night.; The Council passed an
ordinance closing! a certain alleyin Why) Not Enjoy The Best?" G IvT.:
} with its funds?
Wbat rtn ': t'''" rv'mber> of Commerce do the city to be used as a drainage -

They are sp nt to r""t.'r trade and growth of the community: ditch for the proposed hard

through "selling"! Sfarke as a good place for business and road. Members of the Council S

industry; a wonderful town in which to .live; and a delightful present were I... H. Futch, O. J

place to v-Hit. Who, if not the Chamber of Commerce Anders H. C. Harley, and J. E. _
will -welcome( such! visitors and tourists. providing literatureand Wall, Jr. surcnot Bornio OAS srtvoCooking

souvenirs!! they can use to spread the attractions of Mrs. W. H. Norman of Miami

"tarke all over our nation? has been visiting 'her brother, Heating Refrigeration

Look at it this way: You don't buy paper you buy O. J. Phillips during. the past FOR SERVICE CALL 5

news.' You don't buy circus tickets you buy thrills. Youon" week.Miss! Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville E. '1'. r.h,!!n l PITTibip' 8::; Heating
< nir"'s You don't buy
su" shade. mem-
vou buy and Mrs. Jewel Royal of rQLOEST: PhONE: 111Onfol
bership in the Starke Chamber of Commerce you buy the Tampa attended the commeru "

ccor"Jon, of the most!! able business! men in the communityto ment exercises last Thursday; \ aonuo UNDU AUTHOIITY (p
F'orfda: ()as' & Applicance Co. I. 0' 'HI COCA.CoL4 COMPANY IY
help solve the and to "' :. {
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community's problems yours \\'I lie here the : we "* este > ) STARKE
perform those services that are vital to you and which you their sister, Mrs. Fred Moore!, Phone 3T32; Trenton Fla. .. COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.MJ'X >

cannot do alone. Mrs. R C. Richards and daugH-: t .. tl9" .... ..

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i : ... BRADFORD ; ; :TELEGRAPH STARHE, FLORIDA PAGE TUttXOf
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,vrh rln plaintiff Il'r c'IRI'I': ('0.1'. DR ,"poORnc'O""TY IN S I S Ml Court and cause '
S C S
.' ,' Charlene of Lake City, and Benny recent visitors of her parents, Mr. are satisfied with my services, I S SI ..ck. divorce. PYadford, County : riOHIUAl ill| ('II COUNTY. n.OKIUAl ft CH*_ I

McRae. and Mrs. J. B. Starling. I will appreciate your support Telegraph ou"rhn peihtlsh thin Order 'EHY. emir. ..... '
: Uranley.' Plaintiff.
Graham Margaret E.
t :
In next woekly u Henry Albtiry. Plaintiff v* Merit .
Level We are glad to report that Mrs. Recent guASt of Mr. and Mrs.V. and influence for the office of Wltn*.> my hand and official Manes Albury, Def nd..nt. Case No. Kenneth I 8437* Branlojr, Defend Miss. ; I. I

Susie Myrick has returned home A. Browning were her daughter State Senator where my effortsIn ny Mrs.' John McKlnney "AI l at "Stark' Florida, thin 17th H4 10 I Case ORDER No. OF PUFUCATION J .' 'r."
.
McRa behalf will continue for .. (March! 1941OFFICIAL ORDER OF prniirATio\ NOTICE) TO APPP.XHSTATR I
I
M. the In Gainesvilleand Mrs. Mildred Gllsson and your AND .
II. from hospital ( SKAT. A. J. Thomas, ANI> NOTICE TO APFKAH'iTK FLORIDA In: Kenneth. ". ,,
S Is much Improved.Mr. daughter, Ju&nita. and grand your Interest during the, term of S S S S S S S I S An Clerk of said. Court. OK FLORIDA tot) Maria. I T. Bran:.7 OF., whoa residence. IP: 1CV. .. :'fj'I .'
and John ,T, I(..ml..riion, E"I). St. AUKUStlne .. ,. New Yotfc. r u 'j
daughter, Mary Jane, all of four years after which. be Mr. and Mrs. Walter White Who re..ldenc.! l le Is D. No 1.' Nawburgr '.' t \
Owen .
and Mrs. I
Hall spent part McRae and Flu.Atly. unknown. required to appemr ni4 ji I ,f
jjrs assured I will live to that children of Newberry were guestsof Fl?. 3-19 4t 4ix .( I You are r; ,
Starke Nathan Tlllls of Trilby up for .. 104S. In the above nemeol ? \
with their children, little son, Harley, of Starke are You rsqoire,1) In ""p"Rr Oil April It pimlnt.tr i I '!"
wherein
and Mrs. Carl and, Gentleman's Agreement entered her sister, Mrs. Alice Star AprIl 28. J9411. In the abo" nsmeI ourt and ""u".L. I !
at Jackch. spending a few days with Owen'sparents McKinney Bradford CountyTel.siaph VI 'i I'
nnirtpoimni : T
family .
ill ami, Into between the citizens of ling, Sunday. niiriir. rniiir Cuir and call,... Wherein plaintii'f I peeks divorce tM OrrterIn i I t'
ami( Mr. and ,Mr Mr. and Mrs. H M. Mc: daughter1 of Miami. <' > rti FI.OHII,\I ix "'his- seeks oliver,',,. briulforcl Cocinty shall pwhllnh l" ..... ",0' .10Wl1n.
Bradford and Union Counlcs in Mrs. Will Melton and son. < F.HV Telegraph shall. next feur weekly 1
Milliard.uis I'Is Intiff' l"bllHh this Order .... hand and offlclnt seat i r.. i 1\\ ."
L0 of Rae.Mr. .. the year 1921. and will not be Eugene of Waldo were visiting J".IHoh..rt... Biirrnne Defendant. In next tour weekly. .....u.l!. mv Florida thin March ::63. .. ;\.\ J
Fred G. Andrews 1 v Ketiprra Mary HurraiftS at Starke' ,
,' of the H. M.inday ., and Mrs. E. .C. Sapp and a candidate for reelection.Hampton. her nelce, Mrs. John McKlnney. Cuss No 642rtOKDKK ..I'Vltp5 III h'YO. hnn.1 tIed ..ttiriel" 19411. > 5OFFICTAti /< ,; 'J I. 1
were Rev. and children of Hellbronn Springswere Gives Views Monday night. OF" PUMUKMTION Z4 19411.Stark- Florida, this IfarvbSOFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Tholll_ J .,

haulerson and Mr. and among those who were visitors a Mr. and Mrs Olin Graves and ANI: > NOTIOn OK KlOIUDt TO APPKAUSTATR ti>: :MraR 1EAI.) A. $. 'I"1> oma.. All Zach Clerk If. r)of oiiKl nald...., Court Jaek..nvIU", intej i(' t.I' ; .\\1.

all of Jacksonfr at the H. M. McRae home On Tax Matters ; daughter, Shirley, of Daytona ...li.*cia Mary Ituiiniceh. ..** renlilcnee .r. All Clerk ot said Court Atty. for Plf. 3-5 It *-'* ;, J''
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Wood. end ndilrvhn IN' 417 HlKhmnrk Olirraflep. Taw Exehallilfe I ; t.
N, Norman and son. Sunday afternoon. Pied O. Andrews of Lake But each were visiting: her mother St., tlxurttetou, tfotith Carolina. Ally.1tid.. for Jckennviti J'lt. ., 1.. DAN'S TilE M.\J f.' r'.

nHlbronn, and ,Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. Grady Nettles and ler has released the following By Mrs.' M. C. SweoneyHOMECOMING Mrs. Maude Graves Sunday.The \ou are ri'cinlreil to appear on 3-28 h I.U 2r' '.ttJl. ,
Rural electrification Administration In the above nnmod r !/ j
1945.
chUdren of Jacksonville statement giving his views ton APril olllr : I It :. '
were
and daughter : wherein plain-
| Taylor S S I I S S I Is busily engaged in and (HUMtt tlt.1'I
certain tax: matters: t tf seeks dlvorpt nrndforil C..n.IV J JSIbs.
: D.\Y AT \house wiring here this week. Tttlrtrraph nhiill. publish thin
My Friends. and Fellow Citizens I .\1'TIST ClllRCIlSpecial Many Grahnmltrs were rudely Order\ In.pH next inv hand four. unit m>..official k1v InxuiiaVltiu Rent [:\t..1/'; ; ,;

: services with a guest awakened and some were frightened at Stark.. Florida thin. March IS Swecl. .' ", !., -:,".

There is a great clamor will be held at the Home by the heavy electrical : 194Q. .
speaker (OFFICIAL, SEAT) A. J. Tt.otna. Quaker to ,1 I''
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throughout Florida, b y acme coming Rally Sunday. April 11. at I storm Thursday night of last. A., Clerk of Maid Court '

advocates, for the passage of a the First Baptist Church. Dinner week. There was some rain along Hon.. T. Frank Landrum 8tark.csFla. PEAS 'f\' ,;'.

Can't Beat The Price! sales tax measure, which will will be served on the grounds at with the unusual electrical ->0./ for Plf. 3-19 tt 4-n I,:; "':

not by any means put an end the noon hour, and in the after' display. iv C'lIlr' ,'r foiiir nit 'Fonn GRITS t., ) ,.

to any existing tax law: how noon there will be services, with John McKInney attended the lIst %'!'!-, KIOIIIIIAI IV til I'MKHV Cans >f ;,:
Washer
The '
[You Can't Beat ever, it will largely Increasethe singing and greetings from former Odd Fellows meeting in Waldo ouirinla( Smith, IMnlntlff.I vn John
tax burden under which we pastors of the church. A Tuesday night. Soul: h. T>i>fpndiint: :, Cum. 'io. (MISOlinEIl i !

now struggle. l special Young People's Program Kate Starling spent tho week NOTlr-T OP1 PPrltirTlONAND TO ,\PPFiAIIHTATK ) ;

The passage of a sales tax: law I will be rendered at the evening enl in Tampa with relatives "Smith. whose(,f rrsilen KMWIl l ....).In\ unknown.te, John 21c 49c. trll f .

will certainly fall on people of worship. I Mr. and Mrs. L. L.. Youngblood You nut rt.quir.>,1 tt. ni.pnr on I
two April 2rt.. 101V In the Above nnnieilCourt '. ; I
and of Sarasota are. spending '
OTPOINT moderate small Incomes
or I Members and friends of the and cuum, wherein plaintiff, :
discriminates against the larger three Hampton Churches have a weeks here with their son-in-law seeks divorce liradford C'minty Fill IAY & SATURDAY APRH 9-10 ;:
and daughter, Mr. and Mia John Tplewruph Hhtttl nultitnh thin Order 'tld ''t
fa milieu. Also I It violates a atten,1anll
Invitation to .
I most cordial In the next fiuir weekly IHVUII I .
fundamental, principal of our be enriched spiritually by this McKinney WltneHM. mv hum and official pent ..... Srlf-ltUIng t .,
Mrs. Lizzie Hines is visiting in at Hturke, FlorhllIhl... MitriM 33, :
which that taxation
laws provides I
FLOVS. :
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shall be baaed on abilityto 1 fellowship. !i New berry -anti High Springs this IP4(OFFICIAL* SRAt.': ) A. J. Thomas 25: lbs 2.25; I !,
Among An Clerk of xald Court. ,
Best :
KOl'KKHA
[ Buy KAY week.
HON'OIUNG I '
today's It that the ,
requires l
pay. 1 r>, K' KnUht tnarke Fla .
atHesamcnt be made against all number of young people enjoyed Tho Graham school will conclude Atty. for, Itt 3-8(1( 4t 4-1(1( ,! I I

Quality/ Clothes Washen Utlzens, Including the unemployed a pound, party last \ve.tnes.1 the 1947-48 term Maich 23 I ('111 fill tI1l1. GlbbiCATSUP ;'

and the family on relief. day night at the home of On the sick list this work are : ,

Mrs. Roy Rourke, when they entertained Mrs Rny Hines, Mri., Maude\ ELECT Fruit COCKTAIL )>l

In honor of their Graves and Frank AbernathyVe I .... '
Only The enactment of such a tax: In llfii\'> Syrup ,", C'..
outstanding Rouike, who left wish them all a speedy recovery
S Hi-e's today's brother Ray .
law will retard business, reduceretal 14 oz. bot. 15c J

value among qualit; sales through/; purchases Thursday for his home In North I l\L\S I: Tall 1 lb. Can 20 c' .t, =-

clothes washers-the brilliant ma.le. from out-of-state firms.; Carolina, after spending several IJAVS TIIKii .1"
1
11S.75C I new Hot point!Come ill lower the standard of living months here. Outdoor wishes games I "" ''_" _e. Swift's Jewel White House Pure t' .t'h \

J inconvenience to dealer were enjoyed, and best 4
and
cause
and see for yourself the important fora ;
man
the '
housewife farmer, laborer, were extended young <'inci IT rnfiir. BIIMJFOIIIIOIISIV. SHORTENING34c APPLE JELLYI } f; .
nv.nJ nf TofliMII advantages it offerUDY' and tourist. from whom we receive safe and, pleasant journey. (' FI.UKIOAl I.* s lie's. 'C I "

in performance econora; our Income and presenttax John G. Moody returned to his Nnedliitm CI1IIY.:) .1.I 8plvey M. Splvey, Defendant.Plaintiff' Case Vs.Lena Ib.'PEACHES. ,12 oz. 17c ;f.l

__ and durability. funds. 1 home Sunday from the Alachua No. 6419.UKHHR. : '
Why force the father and Gainesville, I or prriLiCATioN I! :
oft trouble I :
For extra years the County HospItal. AMI! NO1ICH "I'u( APPRAIl 1 eorJtla: Luscious! .
free service Hotpoint'quiet mother who toll beneath where he was confined five days 8TATI3 OF OKIDA to: Lena 20c f:

..mooth.runningJIIecban midday sun to procure sustain the themselves actual due to an accidental injury to his. .T.known.Splvey. whose residence la un. In Heavy Syrup -...: :" :k : ., !:
necessities! to to on
face and eye. I You ate required appear .
5m is permanently and six children to be misfortune, April I 19 nJ 19IS. In the al>ove : tim.i,; ] PRODUCE ; l Ii
Mr. Moody\ had the 'I Court cause, wherein plaintiffHecltH
lubricated ; has only fou required to pay a sales tax on mill on dlice Itradfoiil Bounty t,' I t
saw :
while a i i :
while a operating I lull; I publlxh' I his ordel ? .J. I
Its selectivi of shoes Teli'Krilil| r '
moving parts! eight pair Wednesday of last week, to have In ntxt four weekly leMueaAVItneHH (f\lrn' S1M-rltU lug II). SflIM't. fWt..np") s.

pressure wringer release is equppe convenient <- self well-to-do and wife man escape with with only him pay a block of wood fly face.up and Friends strike ,. in Htark my. Florida hand ,aiul this, offlcla'Honl Mnicl) Bananas 9c 4cCabbage U;' :1)

with safety he him across the 17. 1941oFMriAU. > Grapefruit ; :
ment of a tax on the pair 1 ( ) ( SEAL< ) A, J. Ttiomai' .
and recovery. '
hand rest two.way; and wife wear? wish him a speedy As Clerk of ald Conit, : t Itl
board. Brannen and Eugene l>nn K..lly.o'urll8. ) ntilna, FlorMitAtty I
drain tax Raleigh IJt.
tht'.8ales ,
Proponents of for rit 3-10 4t l-t! .
Thrlfllvato would employ several thousandtax Hall sustained only minor cuts Big .JiIc tin/. l'ri"sh. Green : "
Hotpoint' '
"""",* the State of and bruises, when the former's iv diuiir sot it'r. mi ti>Koiiii "
,,. creates three gentle but pos. collectors in state automobile was badly, demolished ('(It \'F\', l-lllllll\t IM IIIVN' 19c 3i ,.
Florida and burden our < lus'Mildred: Uranges -
itive actions-proved in 10 with cumbersome army of Inspectors. In a collision early Tuesday! I.omkky llocnk Plnlnllff [ 'lfli''
a
be the right wash of last week while on \H Frank IVtfk: l'tCendant Cues
years use to Investigators auditorsand morning 'No 6427oitnnn. J. R. KELLY

ing principle. Let us shov administrative employees, their. way to work at Camp Elan- AN) I' :NOTICIJ or :PPHMCATION T'<> APIM3\ll): -MEATS:1::1 : I

you this matchless Hotpoin who would annoy our merchants dIng. ', BTATR: OK KtOHll to:: Mr, AS YOUH ,

., value todayl! and citizens and the additional Don McMahone of the Merchant Frnnk Hoc-ek U: Ulllx, IIOHB iKlaiul.reildence New, York andaddresn lb. 65t" :':,11':; ;
Breakfast Bacon
for
salaries for their service, expense Marine, arrived! Monday a Harbor 4. New Vc.i k. Collector I Wilson's Sliced ;
transportation visit with friends here. You are itilrml to appear on Tax fi
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for lb. 19c :
FEET j
accopnt Maxwell has returnedto April 19 194H, In the above nant".t(2olirt Fresh Western PIG 'I'
Mrs. Ida )
and rooms, would wherein plulntlflKeelCH
meals anil
c'auiie
increase our present tax burden her home after spending sometime divorce Name. & Restoration Bradford CountyTtleKraph orMaIien fresh Meaty NECK BONES lb. I9c( .b t: ,tii11:I :

near a million dollars annually.The and. daughter.in Jacksonville Mrs. L. A. .wlth Wiggins.Mrs. .her In next four nhiill weekly publish' Itmuea.this Order 0 Streak O'Lean White Bacon, lb. 39c] t I I:' t

continued progress State of N. H. Maxwell Is spendingthis t 11UneHN my Imni, and offltla March Smoked Breakfast BACON lb. 55c ", "' \ !
best Interest of the seal, I nt Stark. Florida" tills ,
to exert every week with relatives In Jack. ID. 1148OFFICIAL. 1. lie is Capable : r
Florida calls Uol SHAM A. .1. ThnmaHAn 1"\1 \\IJ
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aalwu our energy officials to encourage effect new and assist and sonville.Mr. and*Mrs. W. F. Babcock of 'Atty.T Frank for Plf T.nnclrum, Clerk, Slarki of mild 3-19'. !Fla Court 4t 4-9 2. He i h Kxporienccd; I Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce, can .- 20c!( : :t,,:

W. A. Scott
greater economies In go v ern- parents of Mrs. 3. He Is Worthy \

mental operation that our citizens Starke and F. A. Scott were visitors iv.mtriir, noiin r'01 11 ICC'r. i tin ix\i CIIAM->ronnroixii. PEACH JAM, 1 lb. jar 20c! !{ lt .l
SERVICE not here Sunday.
INKLER ELECTRIC and tourist friends do <'Kiir.Velmn II., l Is truliHd In ('...11I1 yIut: .
enactment Mrs. Nita Johnson spent the C. Stetson' Plaintiff, VK
the
be annoyed through John H Stetson Defendnnt. CaneNo. ters of .'Inll''''''' it n d I ( oVprn. t t.
of a sales tax act In 1949 weekend with relatives in Or- 41411. input and ho will uppnclutcjour Percent( ;
Phone 166 auxiliary lando. onnnn: OF pfTnI.Tr'ATTO'lANO FLIT SPRAY DDT20c'! ., '
would establish an I' '
I They NOl-ICn TO APPRAR8TATI1 \nt anil ii|>iwirt. Pint ;j
21 Avenue Starke Fla. nuisance system of token Elmer Gay, of Dunnellon spent OF Ff.ORIDA to-: John HStetHoti. (Paid Pol. Adv.) I !
Temple '
J. I.. ld0npA IH 4V' tier] ,
here with friend u hone rn i
currency, make us pay 10 percent Friday neon Kond I ItliiKlmm I i MaKxnilitiH. Is ... - -.r'II 11ft! .1.1I ill
tax when we buy a singleten Flade. Jr., accompanied him home You are reiitlreil to appinr. on. _ _ _ U. I
for the weektnd. April 19 1941 In the, above nnm"
which the .
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Item, on
cent. wherein plnlnllffKeekM
Court and raumi '
would Mrs. Marlon Gnann and children Hrftdforil CountvTeleKrnph ,1:
collector dlvoroe ,
merchant as tax ,
returned to ther! home in shall. puhllnh thin OrderIn y ; J ''if
,
tax
have to aw-Ji a panny I' next four weekly l"mie". : (
Man Best Qualified And Best Equippede a total of eleven cents Jacksonville Sunday, after spendIng Witness. my hand nnd official "

or making$1.10 expended for each for and the every necessities dollar accompanied several days by here.Mrs.They Onann's were. .16(enl 1144OFFICIAL nt ,Stance SHAM, Florida A. thin J. ThomasIN March I "Talk about VALUE, says America}j ;|t j ;j

Florida's Next Governor Is aunt Mrs. W. C. Krammerer, who I Clerk of Hal 1,1 Court.
of life. Flemlnir. Jones. Scott Tlottg, Bur
We have 69 hidden taxes Fed- visited them through Monday( and nett National. !nnnk HulldlnK Jack- "CHEVROLETl j
.
an,1in Tuesdav. son vi II., Florida
eral. State and otherwise, Attya. for Pit 3-19 4t 4-9
Denton and son,
Mae
thAn Mrs. Willie -
of the fact more
spite of Starke, have been iv niiriir ('0' sir mitoroiiiiOI fh.
DAN Michael,
three-fourths of the State'stotal (' 'IV. KI.OIIIII I IV:1 tlf: '''''- I .
revenue last year came guests of rela tires here this week. ('FI'V. ; '' :. : \
Plaintiff. v" and ONLY Chevrolet
namely: beverages Michael had the misfortune to Nicholas Favnd i *, ,
from five sources, Martha YnkHd Favail, Defenrlant : / >I\I:1:
week, but isire"rnv'na ,
!: cigarettes, Jicenses gasoline break his' arm last fane( No 5121.innER OF.. pnm.tcATinvANO : \ \ ) :1 ,

and racing.Is "I"ply. NOTICR Tn APPRAIt"TATG ,
cCARTY it fair at this time when Mr. and :Mrs. L. A. Wynn haveeen OF FI.OHIOA to; Martha '.. 'f: :d '
whose resltlenrend FIRST : .
recent visitors to Gainesville fakplch Fuynd. JL9 ? ..
fora
our citizens are clamoring .. addrepx limt known (1-' 't MmVnkiilih : 't :
In our overall tax Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Johns of :IIS: Sidney. PlttuhuritliPennnylvanla. .1 1
reduction
,
)
Starke. were guests of relatives I I ,'
load, to giant the proponents'request You nre required to nppnnr on t' .i .1
for a three per cent tax here Sunday. April 19th, 1911 In the above nnniWHAT I ,JI .t

on each Item of lumber, building I "' SMVs :

>s The Tampa Trl- material bathroom fixtures .; 14" '"

electrical equipment and other f : I I11
H' In Its Editorial ,
the constiuctlon '"
; Item, that go Into )
dorsement of March : > of the home that many
thousand of our citizens desireto a .
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.l .
build? If auch sales tax leg- .." .. I''Y.
islation is enacted, it will be the "
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1
in IMcCarty corn final blow to our home owning ( It I- '
( '
M! manhood dreams. ,. \*
young "
establish a .
The State aould ._., ::: ) ( .1' t '
h matured ; '. .
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experce tax research commission to furnish _ '.' ,00'..
!; untiring energy Information on taxatam !t \A 1bI '.e4' 4f' ; : t: ":.

th resolute purpose; for governmenal needs withoutthe ____ ''t ;,

tight thinking with L' taxing of necessities of life. i. ;, .
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'
ar vision; firm con- The enactment of a.sales tax. .- You'll find Ittot 01... Yes, from one end of th. country to '!i. ofher, tI': .'
the of 1/ front.nd..yll..a-now enthusiasm for the j, : "4'
.:ion with fair teasig law In Florida, in guise C : .Ion-n.w and ...01.public new 1948 Chevroletpoint ,,-1

; full informa- an emergency or temporary ; moro luxurlout, Into. to a great public conviction thai CHEVROLET 't ,J,I

n i "ith sane deducDan's The Man I measure, would l remove three : riort add itill further to AND ONLY CHEVROLET IS FIRST in otf- .. /i
percent of every dollar from 1U j tho Big\ 'Car boaMty ofChovroloft round vo/oe as in popularity. More people drive :

n'5; unyielding la- decision with regular channel of business. 1 l.. lad,. by Chevrolet, according to official l nationwidersgutrationi 'I
"ty with human -tolerance; sound follow the Piih.r. Thoy'ro lb.woidi 'I'
his The next step to and mor. people I want Chevrolet, I ,
assures fin." 1M d1.,
dive; action. Ills past.. performance sales tax wouldbe You'll l much > lev/n I ("'1
enactment of a g found only on Ch... according to Independent nationwide ;
lure achievement. It a permanent bur IS GOOD APPEARANCE b.tt.r p rformonc* with .
make other
to and ad- from Ch.vrolt't world rolotand high.r-pncod surveys than any make of car Your own' d'1

'I f! are confident that we make no mistake in com- den and open up of new revenue to WORTH TO YOU? champion conomy Valv*.In-H.od nafn*. H ho. bam lodgment will tell you that this Is becausaChevrolet (' r '

favorable consideraof ditional sources of ttio Onset record of d.p.ndabillly ofony give more value because it alone I.: '!".
'ndinJt' the
Dan to army
McCarty people feed an extravagant oufomoHvo 'pow*,' planH And offers BIG.CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COST1
the
'' t the people of Florida and that him government employees. and certain well-groomed well-suite dlook depend on Vol .-ln-H.od onglnn art .*clu That
"
in electing would and oitponilvo OuiOreobli. -
thida mistake of business Ch.wrol.5 nor*
will make no groups the exemption meticulous cleaning. We give your suits fan- ... --, '

error.." exert great of the pressure tax on for more and I tidiout! treatment removing all dirt and odor- '...... ," ttl '.J' i

Tampa Sunday Tribune Editorial March 28' 1918. their commodities to preserving: both the fabric and the press. We -- "r You and your family win .. : 'j'' :
of ,
'If.
more havo Big Car taloty, too, -' t 1.
In tax rev- at service always. ;: 1 t
off-set such losses are jour ""' :... IeIr=IIr. f'oChe"'OI.blng.youlh. ? vHydruli
..
enue. It would not be too difficult _L4"'.... fhr,orofd protection. ofFnh. f f
to Increase the rate of ;"J ... U,,",..' body-con. .. you know p....ne d.mand for now 4/1/ t 'itt t ,
ON MAY 4TH commodities, resulting tructlon, tho KnooActiofvRido f- \ Chomololi .h at th. hlgho.1 ... I In all ;I \
other /
tax on clamor- for a PHONE 135 and rotlNvo-Acrlonj. Ch...ol.t history ror that r_, urg.a' ,\ ', )
In a real Y : k. ..... ......., .
I Tax: Temple ..: I ; :;: -a.-analll. you yaw car In _:t. 'f
companion State Income ROOT. fllfll' / combination, of '.01",.. ""'NOla.4I1Iaot, pending d. ..ry of you* t It
Law which might be hard to found only I In Ch.vrol.t and sew Ch.wof. Cost. is, g.I skili.d, d.p.nd. It
GREEN, 7/ 315 inoro co.lty cart. ebI. .rvIcs, iiow i IS5540C k'ISICGI
resist
Elect! McCarty Governor investigation of my ser- l :IaI !
Your Owner =, Ave.
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of the
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BRADFORD COCNTT TEIJBOUAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA .

I Naval P*"*. c1"r'2"tS2'rBniHii.'S'twhoM I ORDER flp'I

root Mrs. Triest HonoredAt alIress ter Terrace, ,. I STATE ANn NOTIf'IJ '1'oLl 1
PAGE ,, -. OES Officers McKinney-Morgan HalleY Drive. Dorche I .. 011' FLOIU IP
Miss Thomas HonoreeAt Waldo DinnerIn Naval Bane S. C. i'. Hewitt Urant .. I,
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Birthday on May unknown. ..
-- to appear
required

i SOCIETY and CLUBS I Lovely ShowerIn Installed InImpressive GainesvilleMrs. Court 10th.You are and 194.cause In .the wherein above plaintiff named !(\I.y"ourt YOII to,are 1918. re'l"lro, 1 1I In ,Ih.t\1

RitesThe Bradford County I Rnel coos5. .: '
ClubThe Uft
Woman's I Waldo Telegraph shall publish. thl. OrderIn I leeks Onnllll1'.ol' '10
Lucian Smith of nV weekly ,,.u .. pnsrrIa85. Jlr'"lt"r, D'
Starke Shrine Club public Installation of new at surprise t four and ottM\ I graph hall es",
hand
the
of 1 recently ,
]large auditorium .:; was hostess WltneiM my I next Pl1hUoh
Beta Club ChapterI officers of Waldo Chapter No. of her seal. | at Starke, Florida, this 7th of tour. W".kly Ih I
_I Paid Official Visit Woman's Club building was the ). birthday dinner In honor I Wltn.. 1111' hand and"at

Names ChairmenThe setting for a lovely miscellaneous 120, Order of Eastern Star took In mother Mrs. C. A. Triest who foFFICIAt. SEAL A. J. Thomas. I 194R Starke, Flurhlj' t thlt
Morocco DivanThe place at the Chapter room birthday an- of said Court. I
By shower Thursday afternoon April celebrated her 76th Aa Clerk (OFFfCIAL SEAL
local chapter of Beta Club, six o'clock given Waldo last Friday night and was John J. Henderson E8q.. I A. Clerk ot said ) 0\ l
Starke Shrine Club stagedIts 1, from four until of nIversary. St. AiiKURtlna, .to'la. I rov..n T. COU'I,
SChOOl society ] assembly
large Evan
national honorary high party for the by Mrs. C. A Knight Mrs R. witnessed by a Dinner was served on a long Atty. for I'lf. *- *t30 I Hid,.,... Jal'ko""Vllle l.a t
first supper and friends. The Chapter ,
met Friday night March year Thursday night April 1, In A. Green Mis. L. A. Canova members was beautifully decorated table In the yard, and during the IN Clllt-flT COUHT.- D""UP'OnnCOVN'I'Y. I Atty. for Pit, Fla 1'1
room
1U regular H. L. Brownlee Mrs. L. F. children enjoyed an FI.OKIUAI IN CHAN.
7 m., for bunding. Potentate Mrs. otKaiter afternoon the .
19, at p. the use with striking arrangements -
meeting. Mrs. I.. F. unable to Dlnklns, Mrs. P. E. Canova. Mrs. egg hunt. Mra. Tileat received ('F-ny. Orant. Plaintiff. vDurlce ..
was F.
busineSS L. Jones lilies. Bernard
gate: a talk Warren E .L. Biggs, and Mrs. Maxle Carter many useful gifts.FWe I.. Hewitt Orant Defendant ELECT
Smith, Jr.. sponsor Morocco Temple of 1947
members. accompany the honoring Miss Myrtle Thomas The outgoing officers were present., Cane Ho. 1445.Please.

I welcoming new received th.dr pins Divan
The pledges after an Impressive visit to the local Shrine dub. but : to James Deaver will be an Maude Lappe Worshipful Matron the following: Mrs. W. W. Pack-
and certificates and her committees (Pete
W. of this month. thanked them Elect ) Re
Initiation ceremony conducted the Chief Rabban Wilbur : event and for their loyalty and cooperation 1 ham," Mrs. Edwin Prevatt Mrs.
Ona In the poten- A color scheme of pink Shields, and daughters.
by the club president Masters, Jr., Acted I during her term of office. Paul
Demore t. tate's behalf and presented the : white was carried out In bridal every She then presented each officer Those helping to celebrate the SHERIFf
for this
detail In decorating Mr.. .
elected sec were
was each with Mrs. Tilest -
deli Landrum other members of the Divan tea table wall Overlaid with a gift of appreciation. day OF
retary and Lewis Haines, II, re I addressed the Nobles party. The bridal cloth ofa Mrs. Catherine Vickers. IncomIng and Mrs. M. L. Triest and daughter BRADFORD COtI
of whom
organdy
of committees with an I Mr. and Mrs. Luclan Smithof
Chairmen East ,
porter. as follows AudI and their ladles who were present.The very delicate shade of pink and Matron approached the witha Mr. and Mrs. Melvin McKlnne: Waldo, Kenneth and Charles
appointed Sister
were artistic arrangement and presented Lappe of Starke announce the engagement
who with an
Carolyn 65 Shrlners and guests centered and Mrs. W. W.
Prevatt, program; Walker Mr.
rey of pink and white gift from her officer of their daughter Marie, to
night; Minnie Lou this event despite the Packham Mrs. Edwin Prevatt ;
Friday attended
Prevatt, I 1011. Tall burning white candies The Worthy Matron then an- Leaton U. Morgan ;Jr., son 01
Hazen, finance; Janet Anderson, rewarded bya glad Delia Grace and son, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
stormy weather were In silver holders balanced the nounced that Sister Mr. and Mrs. L. U. Morgan, Sr..
social; Estelle Bennett, project.It delightful buffet supper prepared Green, Pant Grand Matron, wouldbe : also of Starke. Shields] and daughter of Starke,
was agreed that the club central piece. Installing Grand Matron and Mr. and Mrs. William Packham
would have a social meeting in by Noble George KopelouBOS. The punch bowl, which was assisting her would be Slater An- and children of Jacksonville Mr.

I the USO building every third Fri placed. on a decorated table repeating nabelle .Reed, also Past Grand New MembersOf and Mrs. Roy Dennison and
business the various members of the chosen color scheme, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Red-
and a After
day at 7 p. m. Matron, as Installing Grand Marshall Rotary Are daughter ,
meeting every third Monday at the Divan had been Introduced, was presided over by Miss Ona ; Sister Martha Strickland, :dick and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.

12:45: during tho lunch hour.' Master of Ceremonies, V. S. St. Demorest and Miss Alice Holden. Grand Instructor. as Installing Guests At Supper Earl Dennison of Gainesville Mr. .

Lewis Haines, reporter. John called upon Judge A. Z. The many lovely gifts were displayed Chaplain and Sister Mae Green and Mrs. Woodrow Mattox and '

Adklna, a member of the Starke on a table In LO the. lounge.a. : as Grand Organist. Recently Inducted members or children, Mr. and Mrs. George _
----- Shrine Club who made a snort Guests were greaieu at me aoorby Sister Delia G. Green was then the Starke Rotary Club wer Smith and son of Cedar Keys, 4

talk. Officers of the club were Mrs. I* F. Dinkins and Mrs Invited to proHlde. She asked that guests at an oyster supper heldIn Junior Smith, Mr. and Mrs. M. C.

presented l aa follows: Freeman C. H. Nasworthy and presentedto Sister Lulu Tomlles of Gainesville the Dixie Motor Court Restaurant Roch and children of Ocala] Mr.
ELECTE. President B. T. the honoree and others In the last Friday( night. Purpose
Register Jr., ; be introduced and escorted to the and Mrs. E. K. Wasdln and children -
Thomas Vice President; and A. receiving line.Assisting East as sho H the "Mother" of of this event was the Indoctrination and Mr.: and Mrs. W. H.

HAYES J. Thomas Jr., Secretaiy-Treas- In entertaining the the Waldo Chapter and was the of-the new members In the Gunter of WalJo.]
W. :Misses' Mary Lou purposes and Ideals of Rotary Internatlonal. -
urer. guests were I Worshipful Matron to Institute it. F. J. SHAWAS
]. .
Lou
Shepard of Lake City Minnie The following officers were then UDC Entertained

,' Spring Musicale Hazen, Joan Dinkins, Sue Biggs, Installed: Following supper an Informal YOURSUPERVISOR

Tax Assessor Paula McLaurln and Frankie Catherine Vickers, Melrose] course of Instruction wan conducted -. By Two HostessesMrs. .

roBe Presented Morgan. Worthy Matron; Hugh Griffin. by E. L. Matthews chairmanof I

At Woman's Club One hundred and fifty guests Waldo, Worthy Patron; Ruth the club's Information Committee. J. M. Smith and Mrs. J. Native ol Bradford." f.

were Invited to call during/ the Dees, Waldo] Associate Matron; He was assisted In Instruc- 'E. Wilson were joint hostesses OF SiH'CPHNf Farmer IK

.The Music Department of the afternoon. M. M. Vickers MelroHe, Associate ting the new members by J.. H. 'I Wednesday afternoon when they tleman.

Roman's Club with Mrs. A. Z. Patron; Elizabeth Whitney Melrose DuPre, president of the club; A. .1. entertained members;' of the W. T. REGISTRATION Experienced: In publfc

Adklns as chairman will presentthe Junior Club Organist: Carrie Tucker Thomas. chairmam of the program Weeks Chapter, UDC at the home view by four trim!
annual Musicale at the committee Junius Smith, club of the former on Madison Street. County Cnmniitlu!
Spring Waldo Treasurer; Louise Hauler- ; 1. lie Is Capable.
regular meeting of the Club next Has Buffet Supper son Waldo, Secretary; Eva Raul- secretary; and T. K. McLane Jr. Spring flowers, gladioli predomInating 2. He Is Experienced. District One.

Wednesday afternoon April 14, at erson. Waldo, Chaplain; Erma and C. H. Nasworthy members were used to decorate the Married and father d
The Junior Woman's Club en- 3. lie Is Worthy.He .
Smith home for this
3:30 o'clock. Pennington, Waldo Marshall; of the Board of Directors. meeting. en ion"*.
tertained at a delightful buffet la trained and lie In
Mrs. E. K. Perryman presi- qualified *
Mrs. Adklns announces that Ruth DeSha, Waldo, Ada; Emma Following the Indoctrination Young and Enrrgrlir
supper honoring new members dent of the chapter, had chargeof for the Job.
I Miss Fredrlka Edwards, talented Thursday evening, April 1. at the Stephenson, Starke Ruth; Mar- the new members were presented business
the meeting. lie i Is honest and truthful
Esther Maude framed MY PKOMISB
jorie Bryan, Waldo ; with Rotary lapel pins
young Jacksonville pianist, and club house. Hostesses on this Mrs. M. :M. Cole of Jacksonville He la married and
hasfamily
H. Donaldson] Waldo Martha; Claire copies of the "Four Objects of a A fair, Impartial, IM
pupil of Mrs. KIngsbury Norton Mrs.occasion Vernon were Sllcox Mrs.and H. ,Miss Adams Grace Cottrell Starke, Electa; Susie Rotary", and the official book for director of district 11 and Mrs. of four chlltll: 'n. a4llniniqtriitiolYour

will play "Grlllen" by Shuman Green.A : Griffin Waldo Warder; Coy new members, "Adventure In Ser- E. G McFadden of Jacksonville, If elected he will hold the

and "Premiere Ballade" by Cho- color scheme of pink and Stephenson Starke Sentinel]; Ver- ,vies". honorary president of the Flor- job himself.' Vote & Support(

pin. Mrs. W. Li. Edwards, con- nle .Odom, Starke Conductress; this ida division gave interestingtalks. Your \'otend] Support On 4th Will lie Appmfe
white was carried out In decorat- New members present on
tralto, also of Jacksonville, will Alta Lee Bevillo Waldo Assist occasion were: Guy Andrews Lucian Mrs. Cole spoke on the May 4th Will Be (Paid Tol. Adv.)
sing "In The Country" by Haydn, ing.A I ant Conductress. work being carried on in the district AppreciatedI'd.
brief Dullness session was Conner, Jim Deaver, Herbert
jr. "My' Hero" (Straus) and "ThinkOn Sister Vickers and stressed the idea of pro- I
Pol.
graciously Adv.
held with the new president, Miss very Deal], G. S. Newcomb Bob Metz- ( )
Ma" (Scott). Lillian Stump presiding. Plans thanked the Chapter for the hon ger A. D."Martin, S. L. Peek and moting ways to interest prospective ", ,, DAN'S TIlE ItO

Hostesses for this meeting are: were made to sell sandwiches at or bestowed upon her and pro- Ralph Alvarez.Methodist. members. Mrs. McFaddentold '
AUE I INV
Mrs. O. J. McGrlff, Mrs. Gladys the political rally In Starke on mined to do everything In her of the beginnings of' the YOU

Harrington. Mrs. Mattie Gahagan April 30. The club also votedto power for the good and welfare of history of UDC In Jacksonville
DEAR VOTER Circles TO HEARCHARLES
Mrs. L. D. Halnes, Mrs. Y. A. for a short course and one the order. She was a charter member of _ _


Will you kindly take the time< Harris Mrs. 1* H. Hill Mrs. scholarship pay In 4-H Club work for Sister Lappe was then presented Met This Week the Martha Rled Chapter' In Jack I

to read the following lines? George Roberts Mrs. Bertha one girl] at Tallahassee in June. with a beautiful Past Matron's sonville. :

I would like to state that I Pearce Mrs. Kate Shepherd. Mrs. Plans were announced for programs pin a gift of the Chapter. She Circle] One of the WSCS of the During the afternoon plans !

am a Candidate for re-elcctlo R. P. Stubbtns Mrs. R. J. Davis for the coming! year. also received many nice gifts from Methodist Church was entertained were made for the Memorial Day ;: i : : MMCANDIDATE
to the office ofjAsHcmor\ 01 Mrs. Ethel Biggs Mrs. Ann >R: the members of the Chapter. by Mrs. W.. J. Churchwell and Celebration to be ,held on April

Taxes, the mont Important office Guy Mrs. J. W. Andrews and ,I The evening concluded with'a' Mrs. J. B. Cottrell Monday after- 26.It '
In tho County. Mrs. Tom Orally .... pleasant nodal hour during which noon at the parsonage with the was decided to have a tea on ,

I would also like to state .. <= refreshments were served leaders, Mrs. O. L. Hynes, pre- May 5th. P:.. FOR CONGRESS
siding over the meeting. Reports were made by dele I
the duties of the office are g :
that
such that It will be Impossible 8 Baptist Circles Spring flowers were placed at. gates who attended the district SPEAKIN !(
meeting held in Palatka on March
for mo to travel over the Coun- ELECTNelson -- Are Well AttendedThe vantsge points In the living and 22.

ty and visIt with shake the GOOD! The LHtle 41- dining rooms where the meetingwas ,. .

hands of all the Voters ansolicit < Letter Word That Do- Business Woman's Circle] held. I v rmri'iT rOI'UT. miAnronnCOU'VTV. STARKE

their aid and amtistanceon of the Baptist Missionary Society, Mrs. Herbert Deal had chargeof <' : r.Vllllam. FI.OHIU4I IV CIIA.Xi.ii .' ,.

May .4th.Therefore' scribes Eveny Tasty Tidbit Mrs C. A. Knight. leader met the devotional for the afternoon \ Woodrow AVentburv TMnlnIff. FRI. APRIL
at leisure l Sold Tho IwtPPE using as her subject the parableon v.. Ruth Harrlnenn Wembury, ,
your by Tuesday evening at 7:30: o'clockat Defendant' "nne No. A4A4 .
won't you just Hit down shake BAKERY the Church annex. the sower of the seed. Mrs. ORDER OP PUPLIOATION : 3:00P.M.

this little piece of paper, and ___ Mrs. R. F. Young led the devotional Deal, a talented reader' also] readan STATI AND NOTICK OP Kf.ORIDA TO APPEAR to: Kuthlarrlntau

Imagine that you are shaking DONUTS using aa her topic the 23rd original poem "I Saw MySavlor's .. Weatbnry, whose reBlnre (IM. Pol. .Vl,.)

the hand of a mighty hungry PIES CAKESCOOKIliS Psalm. Face Today". You IH ore unknown.required to appeaC on

and deserving! candidate. The subject for the programwas Mrs. J. L. Anderson give a fay 10th 1948! In the above named -. --
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Court and
Now for just a little short "World Missions" which was reading "Twelve Little Lessons"and seekS d Ivor.cuune... wheroln Bradford. plaintiff County

visit. During the time that I Birthday A Wedding ably discussed by Rev. L. D. Mrs. W. G. Haile gave a review Trlvirrapti shall publish thin Order
In next four weekly .IHKUPK.Wltnexg REELECTN.
have been Assessor I have Halnes.
your of article
Cakes Our Specialty an taken from my hand and official ..ealat
kept my Tax Records so accurately During the meeting a ]letter the Methodist Woman, "Christ, Storks Florida. this. 7th of

that no one has ever LAPPEBAKERY written to the Baptist Church, The Center of Light". Mrs. A. Z. April( 1 had any trouble on account olmy and received from a Graham family Adkins concluded the program Clerk nf said Court D. (Nooji) Wainwright
John J. Henderxon E.... ,
errors.I was read to the The
society. I with a beautiful solo, "My Task"! fit. Auiruntlne" |>la.
have tried to discharge the members decided to send boxesof : The two hostesses served a delicious Atty. for Pit. 4-0 4t 4-30

duties of Tax Amtcxsor In II food and clothing to this needy ice course to the 20 members .v cinrrir ('01'IIT. niinvonn Your State RepresentativeCAPABLE
courteous, fair and Impartial PHONE 19 family. .present.r ('DI'I'Y. Fi.oiiioti IIIAN-
t .
manner Mra.. L. F. Dinkins and Mm. R. frnv.Horothy Huntley Flrant Plaintiff,

Thin Office It your Office DAN'S THE MAN C. Buford hostesses for the meet- Circle] Two had a very enjoy- v. Joseph Robert Brant. Defendant

not my Office. Uy jour vote .. "- Ing serVed refreshments to the able afternoon at the KIngsley Cnse :No 6461onnnn OF. PI'TTMCATTON
on May 4th you are going to ,In'"urn,....III"III'"IIIIIIIIIIIIIII.UI""lUlilllllll.i1ihi.iiiiiiIWII" ii'WI !IIIIJIIIW"1WI 33 members present. Lake home of Mrs. J. H. Hitch !vn vrirlr'' TO APPKAU

employ someone to take chargeof with Mrs. J.V.. McIntosh as 1'01hostelW. Hohert STATE' Prunl.OF FI.OHlfJ.to whom residence- Joseph IH

and administer the duties ol Green .... 'I Circle Three met Tuesday aft- Twenty-two members/ QUALIFIED e ,. .'
!? ,
sail. office for another fOUl 1'H. K ernoon at the home of Mrs. B. and three visitors were present. A. H. (Pop) Kuhn TRUSTWORTHY .
year T. Thomas with Mrs. II. L. Star I
STARKE Mrs. F. H. Long, circle leader
Upon my Record I earnestly SHERIFFIf ling as cohostess.The conducted the business'session.. Seeks ConstablePost EXPERIENCED
solicit your \'<>(.', and not only ]living and dining rooms I In tIn
Dist. 1
your vote, but jour active support Sun. Mon. April 1112SINGAPORE were attractively decorated for Mrs. I. P. Shephard gave the I a

this occasion with vases of beautiful devotional on the topic "Being '
hi* 1940 '
campaign, hepromised : /
If .elected I anviire Jon a continuance Elected I Will Cooperate ] Spring flowers. Contented, and Submission to the
of that service Will of God". using Paul's testimony mote assistance to iV '
same With The Taxpayers, Mrs. W. J. Epperson gave an
In tIe, futuro a* In the '""'t. In Holding Down The ?"if.l McMurray: Ava Gardner Impressive devotional on evan "I have learned In whatsoever !school' to the aged and dependent ,'

Thanking you for taking the Of This Office "Marrh of Time" and Short d j gelism. Others taking part on state I am, therewith to be children. Bradford

time to nvad, thin metMage and Expenses 1 the program were Mra. J. E. content". The missionary part) ('ounty school Deceived an
As Much As Possible. Tu>... April 13 ONLYPINNOCHIO of the program was given by Increase. of
trusting that )0'1111 give mea Futch and Mrs. B. T. Thomas. : 4120.050.00 fop ,
great big X on may 4th, and During the business session the Mrs. W. L. Blair and llrs. Titus the present achodl year. lie '

too<< wishing you a long, happy ; Brotherhood supper was planned.The Olson. Oklahoma and the Navajo wa. co-Introducer of the billwhich -

and prosperous life I am, ___' Green Will Give meeting was closed with Indians were discussed; also .iTkKuhii made this Increase '
A Walt Dinner Feature ,
the WSCS work In New York .
Mrs. Following
by Starling.
YOUR mont sincerely, Every ManA New'' & Short | prayer this the two hostesses served City among the Puerto Rico emi ton ponalble. lie also worked

4 grants.A and helped secure more ,
E. W. IIA1ES j Fair Honest And Wed. Thur .\prll 14 15: refreshments to the 15 membersand money for the old people
social time
one visitor present.The was enjoyed in
Candidate for Tax Collector j Impartial Admin- DOUBLE FEATURE next meeting will be held the spacious living room of the is mamled, baa seven and dependent children of

istration Of The with Mrs. H. L. Brownlee at her Ritch home which was decorated children two sons nerved In state during the last session s --
(Paid Pol. Ad'.) Sheriff's Office ODD MAN OUTJames the South Pacific: one In Europe of the 38.13. IM
I home on Cherry Street. with beautiful The hostesses Legislature. The average grant Is now $
during World War II fl
----v 1 (Paid Pol. Adv.) Mason, R< bt. Newton were assisted by Mrs. H. C. Ritch three sons and ; est paid .by any Southern Ktate. .Unfortunately. f\MM: ..
DAN'STllE1LN! And The home of Mrs. W. B. Alex- In serving refreshments. married the remainder one daughter of law.. require that no one Is eligible to receive a "I"tan..
ander beautifully decorated Next month the circle will my
was after .Ir'lllll'
they have their
reached the of 65: and
family are with I age
Roman Scandals with roses and pot plants for the meet with Mrs. E. S. Matthews resident of Bradford me. am a have been carefully examined by'welfar& workerMlon Thc
meeting of Circle Two Tuesday with Mrs. W. B.> Parks as co- County
CONCRETE
BLOCKS READY MIXED CONCRETE With Eddie Cantor hostess. For the past ten yearn I have must b compiled with before we can receivefrom !' anY..J.......
SASH DOORS PAINT HARDWARE J I owned and ope-.ited the NITK- "'Allhln ton.. This Increase: In assistance I to the
AI'.o News AUTOMOBILELIABILITY afternoon. The devotional was OWL CAFE just north of to the aged anti dependent children wan aecompli.h, 1 \li1

MostEverything Frl. Sat. April IB 17 i INSURANCE led by Mrs. Pierce, and those taking Starke. While engaged In thin any Increase. In your taxes.. .
part on the program presented business I have made many I
ANN I S Try Us DOfllLE FEATURE not rompnNoiw It I* r *
Although He has hard-surfaed
by Mrs. L. D. Haines pro- friends throughout the County.I consistently worked for more ''
I much safer to Liability I"n"'''
For ThoseHard BEDLAMWith carry gram chairman were Mrs. Pierce, have served an a law enforoement Bradford County since first elected has recently !"'4'" I. ,d
old
To I Insurance. I represent only Mrs., Sparks and Mrs. Halnes. officer with the Fl'dI I by the State Road Department 'that. contract are nmVprocens 1M
line, reliable stock companies.Your .jrel.1
I
BUILDING SUPPLIES With, Bonls Karloff They told about the convention in eral! 'an.I" iate. and with the I of being let lUll name' of the roads. M r<-.I" '
BuildRepair business will be appreci- r1l'
INC. I r Ocala.] twelve')'Mn experience I have ,.
Mill contlniM hard-mirfiw1
To Get AndBORDER- ated. his effort for still more
I Mrs. W. L. Andrews. ClrceLead..r ] In thU line of work I feel thatI I our
1036-1018$ W. MaiD St., South 129 W. Call Street county which are sorely needed.'
Item MAN presided over the business am qualified and capable to I .
Or Gainesville, Florid I I Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph !meeting. All members were aak- serve the people of llradford III. experience: In the past two sessionS and his frll'tI'.i l.hlpJ,

Remodel PHONE Z17 218 With George O.'Brien I Phone 154 ed to' bring clothing to the next County; faithfully and fairly the next Speaker of the Hou e wW be of valuable i III

P. O. Box 62 Cartoon' Serial N. D. Wainwriuht.: Jr. business meeting at the churchto administer the duties of this office Ing secure more beneficial legislation for our county 111
be sent to Europe. as prencijbed by law tIthe If
rnrmtmeuMpemrmssnesmmnIsmthiIrnNeinsemoDAN'S> you !send him back a* representative.
The hostess served refreshmentsto bent of my abWty. The your I

VISIT OUR NEW RESTAURANT TIlE MAN DAN'S THE MANALVAREZ' the 18 members and two visitors vote and support of the votersof Your vote and rapport on May 4th will be greatly 8PPSral'

MEET AND EAT AT ROY'S -...... present. this County Is solicited and and for the betterment of Bradford County nd .
L The next meeting will be held "W be deeply appreciated FIotrl.
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Good Food Soda Fountain I O STORE Men's Clothing I""II with Mrs. A. J. Thomas. A. II. (Pop) KUIIN

fleet Rooms For Tour Convenience j Established 1894 WI J For Constable (Paid for by friends of Noon WalnwHght who are inter0

DAN'S TIlE MAN (Paid PoL Adv.) I la better governmentwi )

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I ,' | APRIL 9, "H8. BRADFORD
COUNTY TELEGRAPhI STARKE, FLORIDA __ _

ITS- of LOCAL NEWS I II I S. R. Johns Jr. has been PAGE FlVK"
con Mr. and Mrs T. F ,
Grady Mrs.
P spent C. I.
fined to his home for the Manaaaa Is spend As Clerk' of said' Court.7arh Rose n. Cornellour. Defendant. seek divorce. Bradford
last
two weeks because :past week in Atlanta Ga. ing this week In Jacksonville aa I H. Douglas, 33 Went Ashley Case N". $467.AND Telegraph shall publish this County OrderIn r'"
s-ss- of Illness. Street
Jacksonville Fla. ,
Mr. and Mrs J. L. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs George Bennett the guest of her sons and daugh Atty. for rif. ..8 4t 4-SO NOT 'PUBLICATION next four weekly Issues. '
Mrs cole and Mrs T. S. Williams and CE TO APPEAR Witness.; my hand and official.
I ntltlytmoved son Kim of Jacksonville 'ly'
n.. Iy haVe daughters spent the weekend with spent Tuesday In Jacksonville. ters-in-law Mr. and Mrs. George IN cinriir roi'iiT. nn'nronn' STATE OF V(. IIU\>A to: Rose seal. at Htarke, Florida, this April '
were guests! Sunday of Mrs. Bennett's Manasaa R. ( "rn..llou".t whose residence' and 3, 11148, '
reald.e relatives in and Mr. and Mra. Phil- eoi"w i'1'. FLOHIO.tl I:* and are Brunswick. Ga adilrese 1 U: 17RII .
DAN'S Plymouth : J. ,
Lawtey TilE MAN brother.in-law and slater, lip Manaaaa.. C''Fn Y. 8t, No., (OFFICIAL aidLCourt. ThomaevAe
Philadelphia, Pa. \
1 McKinney apartments Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls Rev. Garfield Mr. and Mrs. !. Hairy Young, Plaintiff v... Hal You Clerk of
spent Evans of Holguin, J. M. Smith. DAN'S sic M. Yojnw, are required to appear on Chss. R. Hess, S04-K/ riuaranty Life 9 i
Street. Sunday with relatives in Lake Cuba Is the guest of Rev. and Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and TilE MAN J'ofeniltnt. ram No :Mav 1O 19411 In the above named' I Hide, Jacksonville. 11'1.,4
B4&5ORDKR Court and cause, wherein' 44t .-;*
plaintiff for Plf.
City. Mr. and Mra Atty. ,
LvVS TUB!] IHCAN Mrs. W. J. Churchwell at the daughters, Martha and Frances Earl Johnson and : OK PITRLI'A'I'tONANI j'r

Jl Id Sirs. R. C. Horne of Mrs. Wallace Thigpen and parsonage. Rev. and Mrs Luther spent the weekend in Jacksonville\ son. Holt, of Metier. Ga., arrived STAT NOTICE OK H-I.OIUIVV TO APPEAR to: Malxl 11...;

I were guests Wednesday daughter, Grace were visitors to Bridgers visited the parsonage with Mrs. Landrum's parents, Mr. Wednesday for a visit with Mrs M licorice Young' street whom, Martlnnvllle residence l VlrRlnln. .li>: f"i'
Johnson's -
I J of Mr, and Mrs. Roy Gainesville Monday Tuesday enroute to Atlanta. Ga. and Mrs. J. H. Rogers. mother, Mrs J. M. r."
Mrs L. E. Jordan and Brownlee. Mr. Johnson will return YWI are required to appear' on ) '
I of Oviedo Charlotte N. C. Dr. Bridg- DAN'S THE lLNMl's. to May 10. 1IU8 In the above. named
Metter
T. B. Harding had and her son, Harold ers will Sunday but Mrs Court and "'
return wherein
d I Mia. Darby Jor to Chattahoochee L. A. Davis will raiiHe. plaintiff )
\ leave Monday
Johnson .
.
and Holt will HeekH dlvol.
remain fora prailfonl
guostfl Mr. Hardlng'sW dan, a student of the U of F for a revival meeting starting County $i itru
t for West Palm Beach to attend longer visit. Telegraph shall publish this Order !
r M Pharr" of Doug- were guests of Mr. and Mrs T. J. April 11. the annual conference of the In next four weekly IKHIIONWltneiiK .
Mrs. P. M. Barefoot my hand and officialseal I\f
Griffin the first of and Mrs 1
a. I the week. Mr DAN'S TilE OLIN WSCS of the Methodist Church. at Stark., Florida this April ;
THE ALAN 'Griffin, Mrs Jordan I Juanita Phillips and children a. 191(1.
\S'S and Mra Mrs. L. D. Green I Mrs. H.; C. Wall had as guests
and Mrs. J. > A. .*
Parker of Man- Carrie Ritch spent Wednesday In Drooker Visiting HFF'ICULASEAL said
-ranees spent Tuesday in B. Cottrell attended the OES Sunday Mrs. J. A. Griffin of Clerk of CourtJoiepli 5
Mrs
her brother-ln- Jacksonville with Dr. and Barefoofa brother, A. K. skipper, 7'West
visiting Mrs. KornythHI.
Grand Elandlny Mrs. Mark Lance Mrs.
,
II, I Mr. and Mrs. P. C. C. Mendoza. Chapter meeting In Tampa B. Surrency, who ia seriouslly\ ., kminvlllo, Flu. !
sister Wednesday and Thursday.Mrs. R. O. White, and Mrs. Ralph Atty.t for 1'lf. 4-0\ U ..30
oot.d DAN'S THE MAN H, M Simmons spent last Cooper and daughter. Gay, all of DAN'S THE ALAN -
Mrs. E. M. Davis will Mrs. W. Q. Dowling and Mrs. week In Tampa visiting her husband St. Augustine. Sunday afternoon Mrs M. C. Stith and daughter I'M: cinriir' tnrnr. lilt 'orollo
with Mrs. Mae Jones .II'\'I.Y.. PLUIt111A1 IN: CIIANs
in Archer of Jacksonville Sandra of
day were Sgt. Milton Simmons who guests of Mrs. Wall were Mrs. Beth Washington, (KII r.Jamei .
er,, Miss Mamie An- guests Wednesday of Mrs., W. E Is stationed there. They expectto Frances Keith and laughter, Gall D. C., and Miss Mary Brownleeof It. CnrnelloiiM, Plaintiff, vs.

d i Mrs. P. E- Stone. Middleton. make their home In Orlando to. and Mrs. Sam Stafford and son. Baltimore M<\., arrived todayfor

gether soon. Mrs. Simmons was Sam also of St. Augustine. Col. a two or three weeks' visit Prows FAST RELIEF for '

Mrs. Doris Noegel. Wall General Lance, Col\. Griffin with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.,

Electric Service & Supply Mrs W. H. Thomson and children Col. White and Col Cooper H. I... Brownlee. PAIN MISERIESI

of Lloyd are guests this attended an all-day National DAN'S THE lLNMi'
I Ihiiroitltm Nturilsli. Lumbago
week of Guard at : Blending 4 I;'
Mrs. Thomson's parents meeting Camp and Mrs. J. H. DuPre, Judge
23 K. CALL ST.' STARKE FLA. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stump. Sunday.Mrs. and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman and Sort, Slid Mutelnl '
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JUST rub nfmhlnf. Send.N..I. es
DAN'S THE MAN Claude Christian of Valdosta Mr. and Mrs Junius M. Smith attended lh< ion .pot. Inninily. .."Inlt mutclM Start 4J

Electrical Contractors Mrs. R. L. Richard of Jacksonville : .Ca., has returned to her the Fellowship Dinner ra alas ih.. paera.. UM NEURA i I
.
BALM la (X I Ions Unia* r.l.Iram;
was the guest last Friday of: home after spending a week herewith opening the district assembly of ik. ..,..,I.. 01 muKuUf aches and palm. 111'

Licensed Electricians her son-in-law and daughter Mr. her eon-1n-law and daughter Rotary Clubs In this part of Florida

and Mrs. W J. Epperson. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mann Jr. at St. Augustine Sunday

UTIIOKIZED( SALES & SERVICE FOR CROSLKY Mrs. L. 0. Powell is spendingsome DAN'S TilE MAN evening. ELECT //rl

I \YT.\O NOROE AND UNIVERSAL time in Columbia, S. C., Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Long of Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin has had

MAJOR APPLIANCES with her mother, Mrs. A. II. Orlando were weekend guests of her six room house moved from y

Frlpp. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall. 1 Lawtey to Starke and it Is now t

'i located on property just east of
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the city limits on. the new Illun- KI

.. VOTE FOR ding highway. Mrs. Godwin 'and $

R. J. AndrewsFOR | MOon family as will it ia occupy reconditioned the house as M
ATTENTION (Romey) yiVfl
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Mrs. Lorenzo Green had ax her /1k

weekend guests her sister, Mrs. J,$tI

Tobacco J 'SHERIFFBRADFORD Irene Johns of Macclenny, and

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johns of 1.

COUNTY Savannah Ca.DAN'S. /

TilE MAN I
GrowersDON'T --i :

IF ELECTED, I PLEDGE MYSELF TQ AN :Mrs. Raymond Strickland of

HONEST. EFFICIENT AND PROGRESSIVE Webster was the guest Sunday of I

\ WAIT Let Us Write Your ADMINISTRATION.Your her sister Mrs. Efflc.Johns.

Relative. who attended the
HAIL INSURANCE NOW{ Vote & Support Greatly AppreciatedPd. funeral of the late Charles M.
( Pol. Adv.)
Carllton were Mrs C. M. Carlton -I "

H. C. WALL AGENCYConstant I and son Frank of Detroit,.
I Mich.. Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Myer,
5.i uilmlrlNbtlINIIIINIINI/IpIi1nII11111AnaL.11/IIUINILNlllall"'''' '' '' '' '/ '' ''' '' '' / /,lumiimuu,mini!JII1411II411aJItI111111NII11IIIIIIiII.IIiuIIIIIII1nIIllIll/ ," ,u,'hJIIINI'I,, ,'"i in niii.ii'um""' 4
Mrs. Chas Walker and Miss
I ( Service Over 50 Years ; Connie Cook of Jacksonville. 4

I Please Phone 146 Beautify and Protect Your Home Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Richard of Guy Andrews

With ALUMINUM AWNINGSALSO Jacksonville were guests Sundayof i

I their son-in-law and daughter 1

tt Mr. and Mrs W. J. Epperson Your ;!

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LASSIFIEDMACHINES t Asbestos Awnings & Jalousies I.. -- ---- I .',(
t > niinir' ('ni'ill nil \I POIIII
Tax
: M\lt. PLOIIIUtl ,11.\4-: AssessorOn 7iQA. ,:
<'eItY.Therun: .
: : typewriter, TUHKET EGGS for hatching Mammoth II nol.niiey Plaintiff vtt.IMmi I fir'' ,
!tang and duplicating ma- HronxH and White Holland : F. Uuhiiiii-y. Hefeiulunt. Cane :,!
rash/ restlKters, office fur Cromied. Large or mull orUer, 1 Nu. 846HOHDEn. 1948 1
4
law book tasen, safes, !Se! or write Albert U. Kruae, OF PIinLlCATION May V'ltl' .
dunrs, Htvvl morale cRbl.wk.r. .1U 1, Box 3JG, t1ta,'It... Fla. ANn NOT".1C 15 TO APPKAH
and, shelving, showRlghcst 4tp 4-16 1J. BTATK' OK' PUHlinV l l Kdini f.Mnl.mipy );
grade to thet. whose retddrnce I.! : 3JIIAtttatiucnutt .'----- SIZE 10 TO 18 !
t. :New- and lined. IjirgfKtn FOR RENT Furnished upntalra. \\ .Avenue Mild, Hawaii,
.
Florida.. PBllDUKS, 11. apt. with porch. Close In. Apply T. H.You. \
llauiH\ -Jauki-onvlllo ii ,I&CJ\Ule hI/II'. 40J a.,,7humV.un; J. are required to appear nn Your Vote and Support e :\-. ..- 555ROBBINS'
111;, 5-1313. SAME SPOT 2tp 4-2 May in, I94H, In the uliove named Ji i
-. Will lie AppreciatedWon't ,
lOt -5-28 Court and cause, wherein plaintiff '"
LOST: Latter part of January, 8 J.I geek dIvor'.... Hnulforil l I'onntyTeleirraph
cows, I helfeiH. 1 heifer yearling; I shall piil.llch this OrderIn -,----..
FOR SALE, 4 rooms and all marked four IHMJVMWltnnHN .
crop under half crop I next weekly
IfunilHhetl. .
I Lot 60x100 ft.Wnohh.ton right ear, crop split. left ear 1.P my Imriil. and off It'lul crab You Give A Young :1
acrom fromII Branded JD. Notify P. 1) Keddmh at 8tiuk" Florida, this Apill 3, :
1 park. Owner, Wm. Otto. !!Starke, Fla, for lewuid 194(1.OFFiCIAr.. Man And A Veteran A ,
2tp9 ". 2tp ..::1 ( SKAI.: ) A..J. Thorns. Chance? :
I
[ ANTED to cell\ Sunday FOUND: Pocket watch 4 nil south i iI On ,
liuhmer'ii alft of Starke on Highway Zoo, March i Authority I
Shoppp.It 13 Owner may claim. by seeing' I (Paid I'ol. Ailv.\ ) The Store Of Values >
J.. R. 'Blackman.-Hampton. ItnAPAUTMKNT v Deafness Here8rar j j.I

I do. Cocker Spaniel buff FOR RENT: nntlre
11 1"11, IMN'S THE': MAN '

1 to to. 'Frankle", $5 rewnril.. room Private dining entrance room-, k K.kitchenette A. yoolt, *: ___ _, H. _.,_ __. _= ::=, _.".""_"",..."..,m.,,,..._.._.,,..,_.,,.,,_,,_,,....,=:.:. .".."',l-Rru: ; ..,"...,._.......:.._.,..,__._.__..r.'d'. "ll
Mra. J. 11. Walnwrlght.MATTRESSES "L ''ie''' p' u '' i IpJIAIIIIVi'WYWr''''' ''iI1WWa4aIlL.alAMea.Mr' :' IIMIAa '' ''''M'' '''' "''' '' r an '' ''''''' I / AIIWWI.IMYIeAW.WaanW.aelrl' \
t lies Temple 1 Ave., PhoneIi./ "

atarke.! 2tp 4.9 ,I Any Type Moving & Hauling.
J. I. f\''K I-MHW M tflll"iKIIV trmrmtmm me : + \I
Limited quantity. available for Immediate '" {" ,
| OP ALL KINDS delivery. Farm & Drove Venetian Blinds In 10 Beautiful Colors ; f.
Tractors; Tractor-drawn Waffnnn; ; 'b; 0, .,
RENOVATED j I Let Your Moving Worries Be Our Troubles.
Manure Spreaders; Combines; Har-. ; y
rowe. Heavy Pasture Pluws.; Power \\1 All of These Made to Order Free Estimation l
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Unite'U\lUlO' it 'III".1I1Y (0. I and Installation. We also Do Upholstery and new t ,ifl; I FOR I'ROMIT, COURTEOUS SERVICE CALL

1t." Venn "I.. .,.... l-'lu. I'h.4:17741: finishing Furniture. Work Called for and Deliv k .....V' r, : ::

it FOR SALT:-10 ft. canvas boat 12$; j ered. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ".ll l ::;.11 '.? ;

a 1 h.p" Brlnrif & Utratton motor, J l 4J Jackson Moving. & :1-:1I
new f.12.50. 41 volt Tiny TI I m 4 t BillY Hauling
lirhtplant' with parts (35, five 4- -y' r-' '
FVRN1TUREKEUFHOLSTERED tube fluorescent lights. $Iii each, r McCord Furniture & Novelty Shop (;; ', 7I
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8-nlli-e ToaHtmaHter. $llt: 31I1I1t"Iectrlo *-
; '1't '"'!
18x23 ",rill $15: ; eler'rlcOrlswold \ ;: I I
XD REFINISHED adjustable. broiler 125; I Box 245 Starke, Fla. : f I Phone 185 I STARKE, FLA. Phone 49-W 4:

Drop Us A Card Ham miscellaneous Anderson kitchenware 120( N. Cherry etc.Mt, I!|tli","q,IlotulAllmnmslanl'IntlalrrnlNal;, i" '' '' '' '''''IMIIIIMdin' '111111111'1"111I111I1.1111'11I'' ''' '' '' ',, ,,Nn> i t MOT" '.i uniiiinii'li, ,"" iiimmmf"''' ,' n.\G3 MATTRESS CO. or Inquire Smith Garage Up ,:
'1 .
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239 Palatka .Fie: FOR RF.-JT-Mool.rn.: 4-room house J: .it : ,.' ------W "
on Churrh_ 8t, 110 per mo. -' I .t1 ;},; I
i _Apply410 center 11 '
itJ.
FOR SALEw t
FOR RnNT: -Two :S-room apartments SALE! SALE! SALE !
private bath rooms, cold l ;
Imps 3.B1iDROOreoldence of Slnrko; just oom-, and hot water. gas stoven 224, WHILE THE SALE IS ON II. I,() .\XMr. I ; '
,
H. Thompmm SL, I* O. Homingway 1
Bhbulldinybwithaconcrete' I I J. II. Loraine, Consultantof
rt n'g': LARGE'; r' '
sale north at of*.Blending' n- pon ..AIR-riroone turkey rirai" the Aru-tlron I>unl''l Cum- 'ft
con '
'NT': for hatching. Write Ruth Anal l. JiwkMomllli, Florida will
any
and
Concrete Block .
Itt. I, nor 117. Ptarke tip
'ieape t price In town. LOST- Ladles ..ultea..... Silt, April bo In Htarke on Thllr"'ay.prll" PorcelainTop TABLES 1
JOU3. half glees 2'8"X&8', 3. between Highland and :Mutv'lle. '
Finder please notify H. <*. 2 Jars Elmo DeodorantFor 13th.Mr. ,
LI311! / ,
nIl. Concrete Cvmont.Pipe Glass, Block 1o'''ak", Rt. 2, Hawthorne Fin. I.omut will have will; him 25xf1'; : 'J' I C A ..
Stepping ri-waid :.Itp 4-21:
Nnuse i Piers, $10 something brand new In the hrar- 1 .
Ind"",.. Mortar_....Mix The Price of One With Utility Urawu. I !
"' FOR AI-R'' Modern 4-room house lag aid anti radio W4>rld-a super
ruck hauling; Fill dirt for required down. JJ 1
13300. $1000 tip \coiiHtlron hearing aid and a We also complete line of I '
Aliplv 410 Center Ht. carry a :
LOTS In city limits of tiny radio net In On AMA7INOCOMBINATION. I" ,
"''n nigh ground rh..vrnlo.t 75c for 2 Jars Wood Cook Table In Assorted SizesPorch
Ti> $M per mo. $200 up. FOR lan HALB at :right One prlne.101T: Also 4000 The tiny superb 'ti
re< .
any type of building con- seoondhand, oleaned brink O new AniHtlron Impe'41&1 allinonehearing -- -- n -- -- 'ty J

'2-JNOIl, a1vanlied Pipe P. Wadnworth. Hampton 2tp Fla.4-1B aid, equipped with the I --1-; !

..1 I loads: I3.su( p.r yard In. radio wonder no tiny It lk'ties. Swings With Chains '
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VOW : :
!' HRIVR-IN ,, :
V.AS'
OHIl KNnIYFEn/NG: CO. servlee. fried ehlrken.'n.' belief, l III a history making com I
I.. Bdw.rde: Pane N tho-hask Curb sandwiches. all klnd". Elmo Spring ,SpecialOne bination. MANY BARGAINS
:,:-iT furnished. houses hom..mad'n Chillr- Union RII.I'Itollnn. The startling RADIO WONDER Never before such a low .' !
lently It
located. Both have Temnl Av.FOR 5 95
''ovp" for coolcln. \In.! turns the Acuntlcon hearing .aid price. Style and Comfort TOO NUMEROUS '
Toilette
lI"yne, SOI So. Water flit WKNT: Furnished room.pnl.r 4-oz. bottle Eau de Into a tiny radio. You will won- j

41 n St Unequalled. We also have other swing!! TO MENTION '
Incredibly
df'r how anything; no
;
:4 MADE : B-ronrtv .. 1"1 and 1-bz. Margo Sachet .
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to
order: Photo FOR _
r.i election: ""i, I lcenies, eta. hn"se with el..- rlol'v and mall ran arttiallv turn Into the
of Also for sato* HlxtH pause I',1i..tch. atiIntended. for thehigers
to aid
mnuldlnv same tl
I IFnQ
from All ,, Rt. t. Rnx 1f. atarke; Itp
work "
WOOD CAMERA.lIarante A GIFT Both for $1.50 $ cabinet ra>llo> set*. It Corner What-Not Stands w Have Ice 1 i
.
tfT qtr: OR T'cs'r. riles": a..11.1 uses. nn extra tube' or batteries.yet : ;
> '
":" room house .'1" Bl"l"1.1! n4hl.... entertainment to
: l It brings
i- nn
"; Attr&etlT. modern r"*t nt Pt < SPECIAL 'niMh.Refrigerators 1
,
1"1 and unfurnished apart- w".... .T. R :\f-irnnv.. 1tnwvn'mn' ,MI nut of the air. Von bust cannot 12.50 Mahogany "'
wllh I -
all convenience
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In. desirable dirt ''n ".... ro' s Imagine the th'rll of hearlnr
nlchborh You"e ..... Value 9.95 Ileautiful Design New J
1 Very reanonabU. 201 W. Rand hnm" 'lrn h" ... w ,villi I radio program direct without & Used f
1'""<. f Rtarke. If write atonce. WE CAN HELP YOU '
r"'nnd. -!"P''I' West Fad the distortion of double amnll- I
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"I'M'F.R' : Will take ear. of A ve... New" York Cltv. ItoNATICFri n..atlon-lrom' the radio station ;
.n White'h" day, or l hour at your .. ..l'.l.. With Your Irert to hearing al your
school gradAe..onabl. will not he r non HAVE5BURNER
: ..... Beautiful I Love Seats 119.50 I
.. Call 'ontrapd bv '- I before been
rat. for an" d.M thrill you haio never r:
35.LI. ??. othtx. "n myself. -tip p'.-'4-2".1 SPRING CLEANINGPlenty able to experience.Like I {:'
Kesslen.
and T. televMon. the RADIO 2-CusIon Size Tapestry Covers 4' '
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YOUR ., .._, 11 ll '-* Oil "
TIMBER *" writ of Guns Bug Bombs
.A. Spray ,
.. ., work better In WONDER
f'rT .m'Dl90.. 1'' """"' '. Premier Spring Construction T Nice forAnyone's f. !
.
Prices lira 8" ",""' '"" "t: Insecticides etc. than In other That's
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lest Cash. Paid "I'*. V r. Tw.i'"w. ie.1it. Jr.. U"W. Home Jf{
Csll St ,. Phns. tB4 fMronff. Start Now Before the Bug why, like television, thl wonderful I .
device l III oohl on .abmJute
U. BUY IN BULK fR.sannahl.l7ot !00' Family Multiplies t.IT.S
FOP SALE! 1St MONEY HACK GUARANTEE.COCIMI
S
A 11th
Temple A FACT YOU
OR IN UNIT 2111 M.rin enr... peen tr..... Sea O. .J lit for a free demonstration .. CAN DO BETTER'A'T

mWIN-W: Dealer.Pontlac Htarke.nw and O..n.r&1. of the superb AnMtteon imperial 4
PECIC'P. Electric ter' 4.' hearing aid and the Radio Denmark Furniture r

O. Box 463 RP'PAIR1I'n Will Store Wonder. Mr. Lomat will conduct Co.PHONE :

Gainesville Fla. FitR"11TURR. ..ringrI.gt.rk: Koch Drug. thus clinic at the Magnolia Hotel, .

net Skop, Phonic Ito 4.4 la Starke. April 13th.. from 9 a. 151 STARKE FLA. 11:I

.Ine a postcard and I ... to 6 p. m. later appointment'
.. ill TtPMTVQTOV: POWTA ALP: .
come -Adv
see you. on request. "
; Bradford
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f BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE, FLORIDA 1RIDtY
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f.'nrtari; the canning and freozlpc Miami where they visited :Mr. FOR IIt'PERI..TPJNDIDNT appreciated. officer' having served as Constableand I :- :
S S S q nlng and freezing demonstration OF Pl'BLIC IVSTItUCTIOlV: --J. I* Wjrnn. Marshal I.m a World WarII in's'N.v "Drnprr.1nlt 7"
In Starke TuesJayMrs. demonstration at the Starke Can- and Mra. Fred Connerly and fam I wish to announce that I am a veteran. If nominated by your I to the will Pr""lnot "
ning Center all day Tuesday. ily. candidate for re-election .. your. FOR COrWTY COMMISSIONER' vote on May 4, I promise honest.Impartial I era In the nf ... \
BrookerBy I Alice Thomas i Is spending County School Superintendent.. I nilT. THIIKIB ("0. STAIIKKt l service. Your vote an4support I The Primaries i
''a few days with relatives andfriends The Brooker Baptist Church Invites sin very grateful to the people ofilradford I hereby announce my candidacy will be appreciated.' the voters vote 'nI ''y.IS.
Political County for the privilegeof for County Commissioner. from District In the
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Helen Harry I everyone to be present for Clarence F. Rhoden I uti dlotrlet
here. serving. them during my firstterm Three (South Stark.) subject elected SoliCited. and
S S 0 I Mrs. and' Sunday services. The Sunday Announcements In office. to the will or the Democratic votersIn FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT the to "..ntlnua I p
( S C. A. Crosby to
I
school begins at 10 o'clock a. m.; Ton can be proud of your school the primary election of May 4. NO. S I and Imp",0/,, the or" C.ndeavor.4 \.
Mr.: and Mrs. Douglas, Hardy Margie, were hopping/ hour at 11 o'clocka. RATE $10 YOU PERIOD system-I It I Is the result of combined I am a lifelong. resident. of Bradford I hereby announce my oandldncy t. ,, toliflfl' '', '
., ..-: I.. and children of Hampton wore ville Saturday. daughter// the preaching UNTIL FIRST PRIMARY effort of all. County: a business man; and for County Commissioner of DIs- ? do In 'jJa.'V I'
/ / m.; BTU at 7:30: o'clock p. m.; I respectfully solicit your vote feel that my experience as county M ,
... visiting Mr. and Mrs J. E. Hardy Stanley Croaby and and evening services at 8 o'clock. PAYABLE IX ADVANCE and support during the coming engineer. and project engineer with <.- ..__ O. 5/:
Janet. Sunday. of Gainesville election and If re-elected to this the State Road Department. will be
.., and daughter mayre Mrs. Rosa Knight and daughter, position, I will continue to serve valuable In helping me to snlve the
Albert Surrency 111 1)1) and I confined -I end guests of Mr. and. :Mrs. C. A.Cl'oRbv. ., FOR STATKSENATORI you with fidelity and fairness road construction and drainage. ;
this writing. we' J of Jackxonvllle are spending a hereby. announce mv "r&ndllacv. -Arthur McRae problems of the County. Aa a property CONWAY'S SERviCESrAT;
bed at --
to with Albert Sur Senator. I am vitally interestedIn
4 few days here for Ht&te from the lath owner
recovery The Rev. L,. D. Haines paator FOR $rPEnHOHOF and In
wish him a speedy 1- and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Senatorial District I have always, lower taxes economy our.
j Mrs. C. C. Deei and the First Baptist Church of rency felt and worked, for the aid of old HKUItlRAHOV oounty government
.' Mr. and Allen. and needy. people. I believe In car.- I hereby announce my candidacy I want you to know that I will Phone 147 .*- Temple Ave
,.. children of Alachua were dinner [ Starke will project a religious Cal upending and low ta.... for Supervisor of Registration for appreciates your vote and supporton Stj>rae. p.

4.: guests of Mr. anil Mrs. J. E.: motion picture In the Brooker HKOOKKIt: PTA If elected. I promise full conscientious and Bradford support.County If elected and ask I rlrC vote May 4.- J Maurice Kdwards. WASHING > POLISHING .

Hardy and daughter, Janet re Baptist Church Wednesday The Brooker Parent-Teacher my ability.ser4cs I earnestly to the belt eollclt of out the duties of said office to the GREASING ELECTRIC WAXrXQ

..1 I; ,. cently. April 14. The sound film Association held its monthly your vote and support .ubJ.ct to beat of my ability.friend Thank, FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER" ARC WELDI I G

ugh School titled "The Rich Young nlght'j of last the Democratic Primary of May 4, T. our(Tommle) William.. i>i"'rnicT a SOUTH STAHKR Pressurized, Car-Washlnff To Remove
The Brooker' Junior : ,I meeting Thursday night lilt. s. :. : I hereby. announce my candidacyfor Dirt \'
attended the can- i A number of Brooker o'clock In the school Sincerely County Commissioner from District of 4'uIlm C""_,,
week at 8 your friend Upholsteny Expert PaintingSee
4-H Club girls I FOR HirPEHVUOIl OF t11;
.
Clar nr A. Roberta. Three South Starke) I ama For IMII: ;;;;:
auditorium. Mrs. Jessie Young, --- lu.a.I"'Ih4 A'I'IONI native and Ufa-long resident of
: U the County School Supervisor, of FOR IITATN "mNATOR for hereby Hupervlnor announce of Registration my candidacy for Bradford County and feel that I TIRES, TUBES &: BATTERIES SOLD ON: Bt Dorr:
know tha needs of district and
Starke. projected three sound pictures Bradford County subject to the will the county at large my If the voters Small Down Payments With Small Wtvkly pa Pl U
STORE of the people In the May Primary. honor me with election to this office 'rn.nlo,
SAPP'S Harmon P. Morgan presided
I
ruined and schooled frail-
wi' In
over the business session.. Dei: ford County and am a veteran. of efforts, I promise to render. .to conscientious put.forth my best service SEE US FOR YO.UTC CAR NEEDS! I
World War II. If elected. I pro- II
to all concerned]
liclous refreshments of cetea\
mine to perform the duties of thisoffice I
-E. D. (DusTgar) Jonas.Foil .
to best of ability, and AMOCO GAS and
and cake were served by the my to ACCESSORIES
10TII STREET -
600 EAST show my appreciation for the confidence
ninth grade.Mr. placed In me., Your vote JTMTICH OF PEACE BATTERIES $7.95 up -
and will be To the Democratic of EXCHANGE
support appreciated. voters
and Mrs. M. O. Harrell and L. TIRES $12.75 and
-Ibert Crosby, Jr Bradford County: up EXCHANGE
children and Mrs. Beulah Harrell I heretiy announce ns a candidate .
w FOR TAX ASSRS1OR for Justice of the Peace, District ---;-------
were dinner guests of Mr and I am a candidate for election to OneI have experience as a peace
Mrs. Guy Harrell Sunday.Mr the office of. Tax Assessor of Bradford -
County subject to the vote of
L. W. Barry warf: a business the people. In the next Democratic I .

-SILCIAIS vlHltor to High Springs Wednes- Primaries. _
: On the basis of education and experience _
day afternoon of last week. I feel. that I am well' '
Lamarr Barn. a member of the qualified. to serve and If elected I

I FRIDAY & SATURDAY MARCH 26 27 US Navy, was the weekend guest will perform In an efficient the duties, fair of, and the impartial office -- Tastes

.- of Phillips.Mr his relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dob earnestly manner.I and. sincerely solicit ": Better : ';' 4

Good Grade Great Northern your vote and support '
and Mrs. Hob Phillips are -Guy Andrew. ;

announcing the arrival of 'a baby t

TOMATOES'BE AN S daughter, Margaret Lillian, on I take FOR this TAX method. ASSESSOR!!of announcing [ Costs Less//

March 18 In the Ala
Thursday, for re-election to the office of ,

No.2 Can chua; County Hospital in GaInes- that Assessor If re-clect of. Taxes. ,I promising will continueto you s. .

ville. Both mother and daughterare discharge the duties of said office .4
2 lbs. 29cnorden's In .. fair, and Impartial
an efficient -
14c ea. now/ at home here.Miss I hereby announce my candidacy manner
for
the office of tifate Hcnator from
Jeanette Creamer of Jack- the 15th SenatorIal, District comprising Your vote and assistance. In tne Sure A&P Coffee tastes better-because
sonville 'spent the weekend herewith ) ; Bradford and Union Coun- coming election. la earnestly solic
I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ties, and, If elected 1 pro in I no to ited.- it's always sold in the flavor-sealed bean, :t1iL
E. W. Hayes _
faithfully _
the
perform dull"* of
Ten-IPLow' H. H. Howard.Mr. this office to the beat of my ability. then Custom Ground to suit your coffee- -

INSTANT and Mrs. W. C. Phillips and Tour. vote and support will boart To the FOR! people TAX of(rol.I.RCTOIl Bradford County: maker. And thousands who have changedto

children, Mrs. Anlce Snead and >utlly /eppr.cIated.Itespecttul'v' yours. I hereby announce my candidacyfor A&P Coffee from other coffees of (5

COFFEE Ice Cream Mix M.. Gay all of Lake Alfred, were O. FRED ANDREWS. of Bradford the office County of Tax In the Collector May 4th of comparable quality now save up'to 121 a .

. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ran ATATia SENATOR Primary Election. I feel that my pound.* Join them-save! (
.
-I Makes One Bob and Margaret TO THH crniianiH many years of experience a* Deputy
Quart Phillips
2 oz.41c. daughter, AND or BRADFORD Clerk. and In other' clerical p051.tlona /
UNION:
recently. I VOVNTIEMsI of roflponslblllty' amply qualify .
am taking this mean. of an ma for this office, and If elected I I .
Mrs. Lottie Edwards and son, flouncing to you that I am can
28c a pledge my full efforts to discharge I ai
Harry, and daughter. Marie, were didate for State Senator from Brad- ; the duties of said office with creditto
ford and Union Countlec to uo- all.I gave
recently visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. coed myielf. I promise that wh.n will appreciate. your support j r 12 a pound''

W. Knight: of Lake City. you no line re-elect between. me that there will b.. during the campaign and your vote '
our two counttiand
- Jr. Douglas and Mrs. Rita I will on election day. j :
Mid-Summer continue to represent ..
Sincerely your, 1 ..
one county the came a. the other. :: -
Brown of High Springs, 'and Mr. R. A. Week
SARDINES -Ju.t a. I have In the pant. I am :ot
and Mrs. Slaughter, of Gaines- auk Ing every man. woman and .
PEACHES ville, were visiting friends and child for their nupport and I want FOR TAX COLLECTORTo
you to know that I will appreciate the people. of Bradford County: eS..l.". ere ....
In Oil relatives here Sunday.Mr. II from the bottom ,ot my I am a candidate for election to gr.at.r,5 S eiid,-u..
No. 2 1-2 Can and Mrs. Howard Douglaswere heart.. the office of Tax Collector, subjectto j """'-
Sincerely your friend. the will of the people In the 1 MUD I MELLOW itCH t rVU-MDin VMOWOS WINIT
weekend guests of Mr. and Charley E. John. next Democratic primaries. I have 1 i: 11>. bag 1 lb. 1
bag lb.
bag
had .everal years' experience In j
19c I lie Mis. Clarence Strickland of La- FOR HKIIIPP real estate and various _ _
ea.SNUFF ea. Crosso over the weekend.The To the voter of Bradford County: ll'ntrJn'b'. of responsibility and 40c 43c 45c
Txi
RA's and GAs will meetMonday I wish to announce my candi feel I that I 'am qualified for this OMAI ATLANTIC 4 ncmc,i,J
dacy for the office of office If elected I promise to discharge -
Sheriff of
_ night 7:30: to 8:30: o'clockIn Bradford County subject to the the duties of thin. office
33 the Brooker Baptist Church. Democratic prlmarlna In May. If with fairness' to all T solicit your
elected support and vote on May 4.
to thi. hIgh A.Penn
place of re- MOTOR OIL
All youngpeople between the Sincerely yours qt. 23c
aponBlblllty I will do my bent to ,
ages of 9 and 16 years Inclusive .Ivo the people of this county a W, S. (Uncle: Walt) Slbla,. Super Rite Quality Meats
clean progromilve, honest, Impar-
Any Brand BLEACH2qts.25c are Invited to attend.Mr. tial, and fearless administration of FOR COUNTY "cOMMISSIO! BH 8 U.
the law. I I hereby announce my candidacy
and Mrs. F. M. Norman of earnestly solicit your DEXO
KiteLEG
vote and support for the office of County Commissioner Super Shortening 1.07
Starke were dinner guests of Mrs. -F. D. Pete. ) Reddish.FOR for District One (Lawtey)
Bradford County. Florida. If of LAMB
Ib.
65cSuper
3 for Lottie
25c. Edwards and Bon, Harry uiinrp elected I promise to give faithful -
WESSON
recently To the cltliene. vt Bradford energetic. and conscientiousservice OIL, qt. 79c
KiteShoulder
'J. T.. Hurst of Lake County: tothis Important office.I ,
City was will at all times be ready to
.
.
We greatly Appreciate' the Patronage each of the guest Saturday of Miss Marie fer''I the hereby office announce of Sheriff my and candidacy assuro confer and and advise In my with duties my.. Commissioner constituents of LAMB, Ib.: 41c can

Edwards. you of my appreciation of your to out their will AsPenn
our customers has given us. J. C. Harrell and support during the campaign and and work for carry the best Interest of Super RiteCHUCK Dry Cleaner 119
son, Henry, your vote at the Primary Election district and Your _ _ _
our county. support
I' spent a few days last week In Mar' 4. 1941. will be deeply nppreclatedJ. ROAST lb. 57c 1 KlIswu

"'W w".w..". n..n.......... I sin a native of the State of H. Monds qt.
- 4. .". Florida. and have lived In Bradford I'
.k:' InsecticideS DDT 4&
: L County fur several year. I have Swift's P r..m pc. s
S.- .. observed the FOR COUNTY: COMMISSIONER: :
dunes
of the
.
.w et v3. s w. .L.wb.wCv. office
B" d% Wt I? and It given the honor of election, DISTRICT NO. ONH BEEF LIVER lb.
I will perform the duties to the I hereby announce my candidacy 57c White IIOU80

I < ::.; best of my-D.ability.H. (Smltty) Smith for the. of office District. of No.County One (Commlsaloner Lawtey. -) Shift's PremiumPORK MILK 3 tall 39c
;.:. subject to the will of the voters cans s

I .. !1 a; &d ] :;..;'..,..:. :I hereby Foil announce-8In RIFF for the office mary.nf this. If district elected In I the shall May give Pri my LIVER, lb.5 37c Soft-A-Silk

; of Sheriff of Bradford County .ub- beat efforts to the discharge' of my
;. ject. to the duties for the benefit. of this District -
t i 'f the '. will of the of voter May In and County.Having :X to a lb. avg. Smoked S Cake Flour, 2 3.4 Ibs. 39c

I V'4 : IIr'// : If elected,ralo.flm'l.: :; you n" nerved. two, term .. BOSTON BUTTS lb. 53c
promise, and that I I..* to make County Bond Trustee In this Coun -
t. you tf I feel I am well. qualified to 2 1lb.. 4 !
- .. ....: eI '# >>r.' one of the best officer. you have give the service the 0. lIunnytMd
people desire
ever had.
\ i F. P. (Buck) Jones. and to which they are entitled. PORK CHOPS lb. 45c PANCAKE FLOUR 27c
. :t 1 : :! 1 Tour vote and active support .
I '
Opposes .t' 'fti5J
!< a General :'? I FOR SHKHIKF will be. highly appreciated' ,
": I wish to announce my candidacy I O. J. Phillips. Country C Qt. I'L'
;: t.. .. for Sheriff. of Bradford
", t ,, ject to the Democratic County sub. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER SPARE RIBS lb. 37c 74c|
primaries MASON JARS 88
Jn Mny matrlet No. 1 (Lawtey)
If elected
I will' .
discharge
I &1; SALES TAX v. nf the my duties ability. of, and the office I earnestly to the solicit best for I hereby the office announce of County my candidacy Commissioner Streak O' Lean Fat

; the vote. and support of all the for District One t-awtey. ) Campbell'sTOMATO
.
subject to the WHITE
voter of Hradfnrrl County.NELSON Democratic Primaries' ,BACON lb. 35c 21t
__ T. GREEN In May If elected. I promise SOUP, 2 for |
.,.. ., faithful. conscientious. and ,.
:.<" t.] FOR" ShERIFF' Impartial service In the dischargeof Herman's l'ure, C

t,: :t u>,i./>'<'-N "'':; X:: <$:'.:r N':;::;'<".' :::::::::::: 'Ii* :'Y"4'W;::';::" : > "* f":!': :Z:7:::: "<< :..,.. 'III" : :: :. for ford I hereby the County office announce, subject of Sheriff to my the.candidacy of will Brad of will Your mv be duties.greatly vote. and appreciated active. support Pork SAUSAGE, lb. 49c Ann Mayonnaise Page 41

pt. -
w the -T. C. Thee. Edwards. ,
.. ,. V "fc, s < Democratic voters In the primary ( )
::4.X4. Oscar
Mayer'sBACON
election
.
of May 1948 If ,
i elected to this position of hlwh FOR COUNTY COMMM"IO>EH Ann
re Page 0
: sponsibility/ ] and trust I will dl..- mvr. ONM (1.\WTI'V' ) SQUARES lb. 39c
charge the duties. I am a candidate. for the office ,
Because; a general soles tax is a nuisance to the business which has tj % fair and Impartial of manner this office. Your In of County CommtsHloner, Dlft. One PEANUT BUTTER, pt.291

to collect It and to the consumer who has to A.and because j vote and active support VIII be tic(f,awtev), subject" to the Democra tretthVi..
pay Primaries
general <.. greatly appreciated. In May. If elected
sales tax places the burden of raising state revanue upon the shoulders'of those h: I -T. C. (Clayton) Crawford. office I will. Jn discharge a fair I the and duties.Impartial of the MULLET, Ib. 23c Sultana '

least able to carry It, Colin English is opposed to a general sales tax. FOR ShERIFF manner. I served this. district' four. Apple Butter, 1 lb. 14 oz. 19c'
i 9 years on the Board of Public Instruction
I L I Headless
.. hereby
Whitings lb.
announce
as a candi arid I 19c
"( '=': ,:. date for Sheriff nf Bradford County the people of this am qualified district the to give __ _ _
sor.vIce
After eleven continuous years' experience, as a member of the stibfect In to the Democratic Primansa they are entitled. to. I
MiXj Mav. If the Fish
people'of this Your FILLETS. lb.
executive department of the State of Florida, and of the State Budget Commission, f 1 of county Sheriff' elect; I me promise to the. you nigh: with office all preciated.vote and support will be ap- | 43c Fresh Fruits & reJ( fJb'SL

Colin Carl Prevatt.
English Is convinced that with the sound, economical and practical vr "nlnrerlty"nn the. of same heart high. It shell level he In run the I Ann PageGRAPE

operation of each deportment new taxes will be future a* In the pitt.t FOR ('ONTYeOWMI5SIOSER JAM 2
to meet the Ibs. 29c
necessary existing I\ earnestly solicit I>HT. I (tWIKY) 39c Winesap Apples 3 Ibs. .
services afforded by our state government. uniiort and your vote and A. In my previous announcement ,

'.i9 will be sincerely assure appreciated you that. It I for County CommliiHloner. In Dis Ann PagePeach Pascal Celery 2 for lIe I Is

: :::::1 ;r-R. .J. (Homey. ) Andrew. elected trict One t,.. (.1.Lawtey! .... i-) And I promised i..,-..._..-It' I Preserves ,, ,

And, with Colin English as your next governor! you can be certain of :, :i FOR CLAnK nnrfiT cornr i service. to "all. --I will cooperate; ; '; 2 Ibs. 43c Cauliflower head 29c ,
with the
sound I am Voter. and taxpayers
a and economical a candidate for In
governmental operation..because'that's the kind of tlN: to the office of Clerk' re-election of Circuit this District for the benefit of our Super Suds giant size Squash Ibs.25c|
District (yellow 3
and )
administration he promises He has his Court subject to the will of the County. I 99c
:
you. proved ability as an executive and a )(:: people in the next Democratic Prl- I wish to take this. opportunity
statesman and maries. to thank each and Waldorf Calif. Iceberg
leader.
a H. has every one for
gained a thorough knowledge of state :\& I am Indebted to the your support beingrendered and
people
government through eleven of thin County for their of for Its continuance. Toilet Tissue 2 for 1 19c
successful : friendship 3 21cLETTUCE -
years service rolls
as a member of' the \t; support, and encouragement and Sincerely. ,

Governor's Cabinet and as a member of other Important state boards and .Si service If. re-elected In the I office will render and take faithful Bill----Lane, Hellbronn 3 large bar 8 lb. bag ORANGES 23c

commissions during the administrations of' three Colin occasion" for expressing my appreci every FOR COUNTY" COWMIMIO'VCn
governors. English will
work with the National Conference of Governors to secure an agreement with the ation of your confidence-A.. J.. Thomas. In announcing Illsfrlcf No.my 1 (candidacy iJiwtey) for Octagon Soap '. 27c Bell PEPPERS, 2 Ibs. 25c

federal 1 1t1: County Commissioner. District One, Red
government by which th.e United) States will abandon certain fields of FOR COUNTY: Jl'DOB Lawtey, I wish to urge everyone Happy KldiSYRUP DellcloiM
toxallon".and leave k q It I I. with pleasure. that I eligible to register, and vote. Choose 29c
them an
for the revenue of the nounce your man 2 Ibs. -
states to the good carefully. After he takes half 57cAPPLES, -
of gal. .
Bradford : office, j -. .
I County, r'.fop.y' candidacy support him to make a stood .
; I for re-election. your commissioner. If he falls short, 1 Grown
Colin County Judge. Am grateful iro to him and make him ret on NutleyOleomargarine.'
to 9c
English has the
already done great things for Florida.and, as people of this County for their the Job. In this manner we can I Green CABBAGE 2 Ibs.
yogr Governor he will :fWj support. In the past and have help ourselves to better rbads. lb. ,
continue to do all of t.'isse: tried .
:: things that will serve the best to show unto you that I drainage, etc 33c Kiln DriedSweet
interest \\1 appreci
cf all Florida. Read his ; ate your trust In me. If If elected. I will do my best to
33-point you raelect -
platform, then, vote for and Ili: : m. the same consideration cooperate fairly with everyone interested O 100 Ibs. 20 Potatoes 3 Ibs. 29c
pet.
for .
1 .... .your.,.Interest will be exhibited In the progress of our Dairy 4.87 ;
in in pant; your county. I
support and 1 13cFissh
_..--i': b.vote greatly In. the appreciated coming election will Rt. -I. J Pox. P. 14 Sullivan., Lawtey. )'la. CJ 100 Ibs. Laying Mash 5..19 RUTABAGAS, 2 Ibs. -

: t5t\; \ t ; Orat-tull.E. K..Ferryman....nu..". FOR roriTT roiisnisioNjrn 100 Iba. SCRATCH .--5,49.-.--
ELECT .
; County Judge, I hereby announce my candidacy Green ONIONS bun. -
for County !
Commissioner
FOR trict Three (South Starke)of. Tour Dis 25; Ibs. _Growing MASH! iij Field 3*
\ COLIN"ENGLISH Pf'III.IU/'PFHIVTKNHK'VT: or vote and support will. bs greatly d PEAS, 2 Ibs. -
IVdrRClTIO'V appreciated.. 25 Iba.
for I hereby Superintendent. announce a.of a Public candidate I -Ira 'Wilson d I Laying MASH; 1.J3 Red Bliss

struction nf Bradford. County. FlorIdt. In I-t '251 Ibs. SCRATCH : POTATOES.3.Jb.--J
I In tiR FOR COITNJT COMMISSIONER: 1.43 .
Miv
IlU!
.
ant qualified. primaries I District T..... "
GOVERNOR : for the "
office
und.r I hereby> '
announce
the my candidacy .
*,. new m-hnnl law. -- -
fi'< ... If and pledge n.y.Ir. > for the office of Counto.nmla

At The May.4th j?: with duties of elected this office to faithfully discharge and the sInner pricing. of the District South No.Stark Three Precinct., com' A&
the hem P
S Democratic Primaries Interest of FOOD \
the chil PricesEveryday
'I.: dren of Bradford I subject to the will of tb. voter STORE Low

Write Colirl fnglh; Headquarters. Tallahassee, for copy of 33-polnf ::: devote mind.. I full further time to pledge County the duties myself ever to In ed In] I\.h Prl; ': lle.tInt.r: : .. gy.very'"

program for a greater Florida. ;,: 'this time office to and t>. ready at all of duties.best efforts It has to the been discharge my pleasure of my OWNED AND OPERATEDBY TilE GREAT
I: work with I
the
-: this people af to serve la this capacity for TIC ATLAN- ,
the ft
county PACIFIC
.. for the .
d for welfare TEA
by the frwndt el Celin nglltli! every child) In the of past seven year and I feel like) I CO.
county Tour
: vote and can continue) to give my people the. 300-302 E. CALL ST.

_ _ __ _ _ _. <: appreciated.support will be> greatly service they desire and to which TARKE, FLt
they are entitled. .
Harmon p. - - .
Morgan. Tour vote and support will be .
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f APRIL 0, 1848 BRADFORD COUNTY
TEUXSKArK. 6TAKKE.: FLORIDA
PAGE SICVEN a r

i ,Methodist ChurchRev. Dn Potts SpeakerOn Christian . . ., ,f
Church
last
Wednesday where he had ex- another

arch News ., W. J. Churchwell, pastorof Methodist Hour J. B. Dixon Pastor, full time pected to entrain for the west Funeral Tuesday Ion DonalsonvlIIe., J. Moncrief Ga., of Marianna; ",
the First """ St> EvergreenBy bUt at last accounts he was still For Wm. T. MoncriefWilliam
Methodist
''r Church, I n'lcoe. one brother. J. P. Moncrief of Aubumdale '.
will use as the base for I in the city a* no trains were going Thomas ; one sister ,Mrs Ella I
n his sermon The revival which began Easter 1\.... J. tt. Qventrret his way because of washoutsin Moncrief. 79, ,
died suddenly last Bevls of Sneads eight grandchild) r '
Church Saturday at ;
erian Sunday morning at 11 o' Sunday at the First three states the
Christian home )
clock Luke 4:18: : "The of irIs son, J. H. Moncrief. ren and one great grandchild. ;'
AI AII [rrf.n Kaufman. Minister The Lord Is Upon Me." Spirit A class of Church Is still !in progress each Twent -one years from now the Lawtey Our graduates School this year from at the State Farm. He was born In Funeral ,services were held In ,'I' ,t ,

Worehlp andlt.00 will be received into the church, night except Saturday. Evangelist following citizens will be casting are: Theodore Jackson County, March 24. 1872, the Ne w Hope Baptist Church :
'v Morning and a hearty welcome awaits r z& Sam I. Smith Is preaching to their first votes I hope: Stanley Brannen. Junior Ruby Carter. Bobby Medellan. and was a member of the Baptist. near Marlanna. Tuesday afternoon ":"\ f;
"The Unity
you Jean '
: o'clock at all services. capacity audiences, such aa are Wilkerabn, son of the Gordon Sullivan Crawford Church. at 3:30, : o'clock with burial In q. f'
Ler!," is the morning Services for seldom seen In a city of this die. Wllhersons; a few days' old boy and Geraldine Rosier Besides his widow Mrs. Annie New Hope Cemetery. 'f;i
Please read the fourth will be Sunday evening His sermons are logical sound, in the home of the J, C. Pring- Congratulations, boys and girls, E. Moncrelf. he is survived by one Local arrangements were In ;' l',

I of Epheslans. the pastor an evangelistic and the young sermon people's by and strictly spiritual. Be sure to los; a two weeks' old on of the on your Prlngle accomplishment.Doyle arrived .from Sanford daughter llri. Myrtle Jones of charge of DeWitt C. Jones. t,t'

school, 9:45.: The Jun- choir will sing. hear him tonight at 8 o'clock. Henry Lopera. Tuesday last and visited a.y a.

t meets Itf the Chapel and 'The Young People's Services for next Sunday: Bible The Lopers live not far from with his relatives, the Leslie MeClellands -
1 meeting begins It
Class in the Church un-I at 6:15: with an interesting School 10 a. m.; Sermon 11 a. m.; Starke but Mrs. Loper, as Beitle until Friday. lie volunteered RE-ELECT J. L. SILCOX
t Evening Service by Evangelist Morgan, was reared near Ever- with the Marines Monday i
of Mr.. C. M. program for ,both groups. You
I I leadership visitors are welcome.i I will enjoy the fellowship, recreation 8 p. m. love green and Church.claim her.We will always N. April Oth, for Parris Island! Constable For Bradford County :. t ,

e Iter Fellowship' fof all program., snack, and good spiritual .,T. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Clifton Rosier spent last week C.Mrs.. Veatrlce Spears of Jacksonville YOUR VOTE & SUPPORT r:
o'clock In the
lop\f\ at 6 end with his cousin Jasper a daughter of the W. T. '
I Sapp! WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED
I prepared to tell Prayer and Praise service Wednesday Sunday Church School 10 a. In
U Come the Heilbronn settlement. Brannens, with her four
'and en- I evening. Subject: "Abid m.; Morning Service 11 o'clock. V
Bible story 'Chlh.lrpn//
rite Oadson Wllkerson went to spent the weekend with (Paid Pol. Adv.)
ucial hour, with refresh-ing In Christ. Those who at- Bishop Juhan will be here for hospital In Gainesville last Wednesday a ents. Ronnie, the ,, Li I
'
Jived by the Fellowship. tend report a very interesting Confirmation, Sunday April 11 still with his I
but Is not seriously ill, grandparents. Says
,ho plan to attend they study. Dr. J. Manning Potts associateof at 7:45: p. m. we are told. he, "I'm going to stay just aa \\,1 i .

and Presbyterial at I Bible Story Hour Tuesday aft- the Crusade for Christ, will -Rev. S. W, Creascy. The A. C. KIrklands long a* I please. I don't like I :
!ary, on April 15. should ernoon at 2:30: and 3:30: o'clock. speak on "The Supreme Purpose two small sons (State with Farm their town. I like country." STARKE BUILDERS .SUPPLIES t:,

iservatlons before or on I.,These, are very fine studies for the of Christian Teaching and Living" PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS residents) spent Saturday with A Complete Line of Builders SuppliesPhone : .
Mrs. Jeanette[, children. Everyone should attend aa a feature CHURCH I1IKTII1Y: PARTYA
with of The Methodist '
1 the Son Rosters The latter's 4* Across From 8.A.L. Depot, Delivery Service :
Hour, Sunday morning. Aorlt 11. ,10th St. and Temple Ave daughter Mrs. Pauline Hamilton, big event of our week was ,
,
at 8:30: a,m. over radio station, Sunday School:<1 a. m.; Morn-; was with her the birthday party of one of our
BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE WJAX. Dr. Potts Is a member of Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic night. parents Friday fine young men: Stanley (Dicky) Sherwin-WIlliams Taints I Fairbanks-Moms n '
FIRST_ the Virginia Conference oft the Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone I Crawford. It was held Saturday PVnt Your louse Home Water Systems 4?
The Heart- of Town And In The Heartsof Methodist Church and has had welcome. There are two cases of mumpsIn night at the home of his parents. And Pay by The Month | -' Terms If Desired 3
In our neighborhood
long experience : Geraldine Mr. and Mrs. R. N Crawford.The .
and
as district
pastor

The People"A I Grlffls, young daughter of the C. estimated attendance was! a-
Richmond.superintendent In and near City Tax DeadlineCity S. Griffis', and Catharine Harvey round ISO: persons. They came METAL & COMPOSITION!\ ROOFING '.

Southern Baptist Church For: All PeopleSunday Clerk Carl Johns this little daughter of the Dewey lIar-i from Lawtey, Heilbronn, Jackson- Thirk-liiitt Asphalt Shingles (Green A Blue) -Building Hardware I
Believing that this Is a most Hardware Cloth Common Mid Finish Nsvlls Asbestos. :
ville and from all over the Evergreen
Important hour In the life of the week reminded delinquent taxpayers vey's.Mrs.. Catharine Rosier of Jacksonville -I Wood. Siding Cement Mortar Mix
School: 9t45Morning Training Union 8:43Evening : world, the directors of the Methodist that they have until April visited Mrs Annie Rosier "I mean" Stanley didn't skip
Hour have 15: to taxes without a
adopted the theme pay pen-
last
Friday night
Worship Happy Hour feeding them: There were five big
/ 8:00 for 1948: "The Teaching of Jesus alty being imposed. After that Miss Ruby Carter went to Jack ;cakes; sandwiches of almost everykind LUMBER All Grades MOLDING All Kinds .
11:00 date the tax sale will be
and< the Present Scene", This givento
sermon' sonville lost Tuesday on a shopping Imaginable, lots of coffee, .
by Dr. Potts Is the secondIn the paper for publication and tour and returned Wednesday and five cases of Coca-Cola.
REVIVAL BEGINS APRIL 25TH this series of 13 broadcasts the tax sale will be held in ,May.DAN'S .
Stanley received a great
many BRONZE SCREEN
WINDOWS &
:Morning Sermon "The Lord's Symbol" which will! be heard over an Independent 'J. Quincy Rosier and wife carried nice gifts. Many happy returns

liming Sermon "Second Requirement for Revival"Ion 'network of 65 radio TilE MAN Aubry Carter to Jacksonville of the day, Dicky (Stanley) I I DOORS'I
Picture Tuesday 7:30 "The Rich Young Ruler1 stations. These stations all make large number of Christian educa

.Nursery With Adult Attendants Open For All tree time available to the Southern tors, ministers, Christian businessmen '
Sunday Services Conference' for religious broad etc. from many states for
casts JITNEYUUNGLE ,
the completion of the organization ,J ,'
"Visit The Church With. The Visiting Pastor" of the Keystone Christian r 'Kltf;
Baptist ChurchThe Foundation. These business sessions J : 1 1'I
will be held at Park-Of- 'I /'tfr
second In the series of The-Palms. '

doctrinal messages "The Lord'sSymbol" In SpringKe Mwlfe's fancy lurtit ':':. ,:'
will be the topic of the Voted the Most Va uable \ ''
; }
to thought of fighter quick-fe-h* :.i :
B. Alvarez & Son morning message by the Pastor State Senator 1917 meaty . and thrifty houMwIvMturn .:j ','
Rev L. D. Haines, at the First I'
You Can Trust te Jit..y.Ju".le for Ia.I.r.wau.'i. +S; I,.
Baptist Church, Starke, this Sun-
c4 ,) You'll find everything' !': ,1'I '
day. Bible School begins at 9:45: C plj mieg. yen V !
with departments and classes for W. A. (Bill) Sliantls I seal for a bite or m banquet en :i:

ransfer & Storage Co. all ages. The School attendance ,u? JitniyV .II-.tock. shelves' and :; 1 ;:

continues to be the largest In AS GOVERNOR I y\I you'll MY money t... //1 I IIi

Phone 9105 the; history of the church.In ((1) Because he

jvinj and preparation for the revival U experienced in '.: t I
April 25 the Pastor brings the I'nhliu Service. 8 ii, 1
i Stprag"",h We Operate Local and Lone Distance "S ,(<<\\\,\
%r State Senate. ,4 f 'N. :m ,\\\ \% .
't.i Anywhere In The State of as his evening sermon at years member of )', M
8 o'clock. Unions for all:' .I
'rte Florida. Training State Road Dept. t,
ages meet at 6:45:: for program x .,
(2) Became he I, ;
Hauling Anywhere In Starke City Limits and discussion. ) Is a success in his
i
Personal soul winning and howl I own business ,
to do It Is being discussed and has experience to J
Sweet Pickles 23c Swift tti-uitrfrtilt :
taught: each Wednesday evening at become Governor. I pt. .. ,

8, o'clock with the message title His platform has one basic Plank 8 <>/. Ulux PlateMayonnaise s Corned Beef 53c JUICE r: 9c ''I'

"Dealing With Difficulties" the A Greater Florida i

subject for April 14. 28c .. :,. Peter Tan ? '
Moving Pictures will again be His forthrightness and '....11 Chopped Beef 49c i

a able-Progressives shown at the church this week on courage state in good will stand stead .our. Cider Vinegar, pt. 14c Peanut Butter 35c :r I
Tuesday. "The Rich Young Rulj : :"
-VOTE FOR A DOER' I
fAn
er" Is "the"religious""picture. ( : ) "t
Interesting short subject will be W. A. (Bill) Shand o
pictures of the congregation leav- For Governor : .1

ing church on Sunday. Come and ; .
-.id Political ADV. '
;m
see yourself as! others see you. At Dixie LHyGRITS
Spic n' Span 23c (
Zd Fraser successful all services the public will find a .
I Trailer 5 Ibs. S5c I
seryman has proven I warm welcome. -, Large DUZ 33c Sweet Peas 12c
ability in both the At The TabernacleSaturday r Large OXYDOL 33c 4. Plantation

!Medium MEAL 39
mess and political $ at 2 p. m. the State :fb.2
'Ids. As : Convention of the Laymen's Evan- 1 1III Ivory Soap 23c '
Comp- '
your, gelistic Association will meet at llallard's '" ? .at

her he will handler the Tabernacle. The services will BRING US 1I'.r..y. Flour, 10 lbs: 99c 2'
t continue Sunday. The
through
affairs as you wantm meeting will Ibe presided over by YOUR EGGS I / SYRUP, 1 Ib.Ma 14c 5 Ibs. 46c r

Don Crawford of Sarasota, State
handled honestly
President, and there will be dele- >twellilolue Johna.An's 4 rii

efficiently. _. I gates from St. Petersburg Fort Coffee 1 Ib. 51c Floor Wax .
Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Tampa, S9cI ti,
'lA;: i
etc Also some of the National I I I \I; '" \ )
Officers will be present from 1 I Super llrandCoffee 500 SizeJergen's

t Charlotte The program, N. C., Includes business -y 1N1933rH'a < 1'1' : 1 Ib.: 39c Lotion 39c ,i, ,!"

meetings Saturday afternoon: h
? rli'
RE-StECT
Committee Meetings, a' visit to 25 Ibs. J.b U
Mr
Christian Foundation,
EDWIN G. (ED) FRASER and Keystone a banquet Saturday night followed GuaranteedFLOUR '"
,
1 by a special Rally at the 33 HLEACIJ" 2 f for 25c <
Tabernacle at 8 p. m. In which -
STATE COMPTROLLERPolitical
i
various speakers will be heard. -- ;"t

( Adv. Paid for by Local Friends of Ed Fraser) Sunday the delegates will be Ail i
their testimonies In various 1.89 Ct t t. I 1.75 ,.
giving Brand! ga', :; I.e. J -
churches In this and nearby .i!
'ii
WHAT DO YOU. WANTIN towns, with another meeting Sun- -
day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
COCA-COLA 6 for f .. 25c
A GOVERNOR ? services Tabernacle. Special music at all y' 1N1933k' r -



IT YOU YOU want as a well warm as human government being? who if you understands want-, Thursday Next Tuesday will bring Wednesday together and ai I ,tub : 1 lib. I'reinium Crackers,: 25c *R!t


practical for all Florida if you want I i''r
rtsrr

[educed costs program of government if you want an able ,1 Qo _1'nxlaxrxtt? i.. 1 lib. l flITZ Crackers -' 29c r ,, .

hperienced: public servant and administratol' who, 1 ...'

eally knows the problems of Ipuor ,
,
lorida's large and small coun- BANANAS POTATOES

ies. towns and cities if you C-

ant all/ ,of these.- there's only ; 9c lbe 5 Ibs. 19c ai
Now5s30V
one man in this Governor's race .'
for you All GUM
S I

\ 3 for lOc Large Crisp Lettuce 2 heads 19c ;h

,
FULLERWARREN .1., r )l li

Checktoday's low Greyhound -
fares against the drastic rise of \ MEATS
.. t
living costa Greyhound fares are Any BrandSNUFF b

Protect even lower than IS years ago. \ Dexter Breakfast BACON, lb. 65c '
your GO GREYHOUND-SAVE!

lioxne with enough. 9veysera d 4cs td a ceetlcei 3 for 25c FIorkT 'ORK CHOPS, lb. 55c ., '

Elect him on this platform: To Keep rewr' Crewr 6WTr:'..UN0OIITHOUND jtthirCMARTU \ Fresh round Hamburger lb. : 35c {

I'1. k" keep to A. Casrsn. 7. Fair T........ of leek tsbst Bn.luuraacet.harley .' *|lx ip

2- R.duc'io. and M''I..tnt. E. John BUS STATION Fl\ --- ,;!. ..; WE CAKKV COMPLETE LINE rt
h CU .1 Co,. : TEMPLE AVK. STAIIKK, .
3. hcolnil" .. (r..poYlcf State Road Sysfas" : PHONE 17 OF QU.\I.ITY FEEDS '
.f W..... I. Cov't. Agency
4. [y... tatter 9.Improved Standards for CitnLS. i
School FacEti.s "..a ,. "T\nKJI: 'T4
10. Effective I.forntatios.Program
r'Plndd
H..ii'
& W.lfr.
l f. Tounrt Tr |U. Support CONNER BROS.
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6. I AI
Improved" Froraotiosoflsdu.tri&F.rmi.p :
Highway S.fety. 12. .., ....= '

"''N WITH WARREN CANDIDATE ALL FlOCIDA-S FOI COVUNOI ".... ....tlna THE TRAVELERS. H.rtfor. DAN'S THE :M.\N p West STAUKE.Call Street FLA.

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TARKE FLORIDA_ _ FRIDA....
PAGE .EIGUT _ A
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Motor Xo. 001 R.3070G42. e. 1 4SIOFF1CIAI.. Witness my hand and official' Heal
I
tiI (
In the Association
the school-especially after b8Jngserved elation. Membership Visits At Home Itu* No. tI, Body Mf*., Wayne| SEAL A. J. Thomas, at Btarke, Florida this April Znd 1//Joso 1<: : CI.tlt
a very tasty deaaert by the I might do several things ChamilH' Chevrolet; Year. Model, Aa Clerk of laid Court. 1949. Jaek.onVllr..r' T Gr III
Bradford third class March 24. for the school: 1S.I7; Motor No. T.t819R8. T Frank Lanclrum. Stark., Fla. I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma let. Pt1.",... i
I period on for
I 131da are acceptable from any Individual Atty. for Pit. 4." 4t 4-30 Plr.
The following day there was 1. The school becomes a member person, party or the duly li
Iii.Lites
L a high school assembly. "Aladdin's of the same a c c redltlng authorliod of any firm asrent, group or or representative oriranlia-- IV: CIRCUIT COUHT. BBADPOnn I

Wonderful Lamp", a short cartoonwas agency as the outstanding colleges tlon. CKHV.William rOI'VTV.. FLOHHIAl IV ClIAIV-; r--
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article of shown and Rev. 'Haines of In the country. and students Prospective purchasers Invited D. Frith, Plaintiff, vs. I VOTE FOR
.. This U the opening t Inspect and examine the .
<
transfer to them without Nancy B. Frith, Defendant. CaseNo. --
column which will )light up the First Baptist Church gave ua may equipment. Arranwementu may bomado 6464OUDER. D. H.
a Bradford High some thoughts about Easter to question. for no doing by contacting OF1 PUBLICATION (Smitty)
event around the .offlco of the (Superintendent of AND NOTICE TO APPEAR SMrn
,
who meditate on during the holidays 2. Standards are set up for the
School. It's for the parent i'utillc Instruction.lartlea STATE] OF FLORIDA to: NancyB CANDIDATE; FOR
.. -. with their hard to which began on Good Friday. member schools to maintain. A deilrlnir to participate In Frith. whose residence Is: 620W. "uni\.\1'10)
try to keep up the awards to be made In the Halo Church Street. Martlnnvllle VlrKlnla. -
.' the high This year, for the first time, member school must meet these ShetiffBradford
keep up with Childien of the above described equipment .
_
_
: crowd, and anyone else a Student Council has been or standards. They Include adequate should tile their nealdd proposal You are required to appear on COI1l1l)l
school student with the Hoard of Public Inntruc. May 10 1941, In the above named
.t; ganized. This governing phVBlcal facilities; trained teachers. MAY
interested in Bradford High tion I through lt. Hecretary. The Court and cause, wherein lnlntlff 4, 1918
to, agree! body seeks to build wholeHome equipment and services. Superintendent of Public Instruction -I ls I .*ekt divorce. Bradford County
All the teachers seem school spirit, diicUHa the problems 3. Southern accreditation at its office In the. courthouse I Teli-K'nnh. shall. publish this OrderIn Promises Honesty
that the Homo Economics Department means at Htnrke Florida on or boforo next four weekly Issues. and The ,
arising out of our living together that Is accredited the hour of of Common U"ll
impoitant part of our school a fully I 10:00 a. m. on Judgment -
.. is a very as students and teachers, school. Hntuiday! April 17th, 11)48. Pro po... _ With the 'In -...
tI2.i.: Affairs
ale received after the hour and of ,the
and find solutions for these problems. I : .
We that date Indicated will not be connldeied '' -
hope the faculty is W.C.T.U.
.. ft '"''it''':- r Tho Hoard of Public Inxtructlnn -- Your Vote & Support Will Be < ;
Highly
able to make the deadline I
=; ;.:. : and get will convene In special. ""..- Appreci
At the present time me a. u.la it In by Nov. 13, 1048. We all Hlnn at 1000: n' m. on Saturday, The four greatest ncoiirge; (Paid Pol. Adv.)
engaged In drawing up a con- fed l April 17th, 194 for the purpon of of mankind have
that we shall benefit from making the award of *al.. to the been drink
stitution. Members of the Student having our school a Southern Accredited best bidder or bidden The right war, petlhnre. and famine,
Council are class presidents of rejection of any or all bide IN ._ _
and drink has been
destructive
/ School. ) more -
hereby reserved of
by the liner!
Darwin Smith of
Jacksonville

I each and representatives home room. They chosen are: from Billy Spring Is here and so la base- .spent the Kanter: weekend with. 1'ubllu In..truetlon.Arthur It. Mcllao. Superintendent and famine than combined war, pestilence. Wm., ELECT : .

,I Smith Janet" Anderson, Kenneth tall. After only three days of his parents Mr. and Mr.*. D. H. nf Public Instruction andfXofJIcio Gladstone.
practice the Bradford High team Secretary, Hoard of
I
Orlder, Idell Landrum\ Martha (SmItty) Smith, at their home I'uLllo instruction, Bradford ALBERT L.
I won the opener from Lake But Florida Good News.
County, Fla. CROSBY
near Starkf. lie
Deloreu attended the
Home Helen
Stewart
ler with a score of 14.6 on March. Starke 4.9 2t16.. ______ _____ ;.:". ,
arliool and 'la
McKnlght, Marian McRae, Alvin a veteran of "- TO

Lewis, Jerry Merritt. Billy Cres- 26 as Bradford played host. World War H. At present he IH. iv(.IVTY.ciuriTiT, tot'iiT. nnanroitnFLORIDAI t\: CHANKIolse .. I To the voters of Bradford |I'I 'rfW. _____

sler, Peggy Caldwell, Kaspar Duncan The State Farm second team employed In JacklWn\IDe.I ..'11-Y I County ;:'UI'I'.iUVISOR

Ruth\ Toomey, and Bobby delivered a hard blow to the BHS I Carolyn Jonas. Plaintiff V.1 OP REGISTRATION
I Florlnn Jack Jonas, Defendant. I wish to
I announce candidacy
team last my ,
Frazer. Officers elected are: Saturday as they beat Lake Cane No. 6445 BRADFORD
Butler March 23
girl (Ber. COUNTY
them with > for the office of Con-
a score of 234. Bradford F.PUBLICA"I'ION '
President.' Billy Smith Vice President -
; nell). ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR stable of Dlst. 1. I am World -
was leading In the fourth Inning
Bobby Frazer; and Secretary Mr. and Mrs. R. L. DuPrn,,,, STATK: OF FL<)HIJ)A 10: Florlrtn I Qualified
War II veteran and If electedI
Janet Anderson. Mr. Gel- 4-0, when'their pitcher Spencer Ja>'k Jonas, whose residence 1* un Wort
Lake
Butler. March- 26, girl (Linda
known.
Crews, was hurt and had to will do the duties of the office Dependable
. Ker is the advlaor.
Sue). You lOre required" to
appear on to the
Plans for the Junior-Senior be taken out. From then on, It May 10th, 104X, In the above nam..d best of my ability. VETERAN OF WORLD
was the State Farm's game. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. BIrt, Hamp. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I Your vote and support will WAil i

Junior Banquet Class are and being Its made sponsor by Miss the Tuesday afternoon after school ton March 26, boy (Franklin I Telegraph seek divorce.shall publish Bradford this-County Order be appreciated. Sincerely your AC. TIVIIIESLocal .:;PERSONAL

,
Macclenny High School traveled George) In next four weekly Issues. friend Church
Rosenberg. Everyone% Is looking here to defeat Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Corley All- Witness my hand and official seal .JOHN E. WARRENPaid Baptist Born
REGISTRATION Bradford 7-1. at "ftarke Florida, this 7th American. LegIonVeteran Sept 10, 1919
forward to this big event I endale of April ,
I S.
I C., March 28, boy 11I4S.OFFJCIAL! '
BOOKS CLOSE I I. The, annual Is at press and the The Lettermen'a Club met I. (James Guy, Jr.). ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. ( I'ol. Adv.) of Foreign Wars Baited In Bnadfoni' (J
staff can now heave a sigh of re.!I I Thursday, April 1, to discuss plans Mr. and Mrs. Al Clerk of laid Court: 1O.OrF. .
17th T. A. Rhoden John J Henderson EDO., St. Schooled llniokrr.gJ
Augustine
for DAN'S at
Saturday April 'lief. a dance Saturday night. A TilE MAN
worked
hard and
They very Lawtey March 30, girl (Jean Fla. National! GuanlWAR
See That You Are I fa sure to be a literary master-!I I committee composed of Janet An- Carolyn). I Atty. for Pit. 4.9 4t 4-39 $ndlY.otp.

I I piece.The ,I I dersQn, Joan 'Carpenter Annette Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Johnson,, l\: CIRCUIT COt'RT. BRADFORD REAL ESTATE SERVICE" :
QUALIFIEDWill high school faculty Is Gunter. Billy Edwards, Carl Carter COUNTY. FLORIDA IM: CHAMKdward U. '
Starke, March 30 S. JWartne
I boy (DouglasCarroll I CEnT .
I Van Priest June Caldwell.and Lint your property for sale liE
busy working on material whichIs ). N Bndllth Plaintiff. vi. Off Til, 1039-Sept. 16, 1943 STANDS FOR
required by the Southern Association George Winkler was appointed Khoda. Endllch, Defendant. Case with me. I have cold many
Appreciate Your of Colleges! and High,l to direct the arrangements for Starke Mr and March Mrs. J. F. Harrington No."8488.ORDER OF PUBLK-ATtON pieces of property; and have At Pearl Harbor. Dec. 7, 1941 Efficiency
,
Support & Vote For Schools. The total school program the dance. .. Thomas). 30, boy (Gary AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR many prospective buyer. A.qu&re Time of lap Sneak Attack
STATE OF FLORIDA to:: Mrs. deal la Tarawa Marlannan and Courtesy
Monday the Science Classes guaranteed. Afair
must be studied
In the light,
R. A. Mr. and Mrs. L. A, Rhoda Endlich, whose residence
,
of standards set up by the Asso- were shown the movie "Oxidation Starke Garrison and addrea. Is: 874 Washington commission Is all that I re- Other Campaigns Fairness to ALL
and Reduction." March 31, boy (Kenneth .eIYorfc Joseph Ruben &: Son nulre. As a member of the

(Bob) WEEKSCandidate Wayne Mr. ). New You are City required, New to York appear: on'I' Realty Board you may b<' Give A Qualified Combat Veteran A Chance! j
and Mrs.
Mercl Hernandez May 10, 1948. In the above named Miireil that I will representyou Serve You
Recent Births Court and wherein .
Starke April 1, girl (Tonita). cause plaintiff to
the best of
seek divorce I ability.
For Mr. and Mrs. Bradford County my YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT' GREATLY Ari'KEnilJ
E. E.
Mobley, Teleirraph shall publish this Order :
'
bliths N. D.
i
Recent W.U1'\\ WRIGIIT
In .
Shadycrest Starke, April 6, boy (Wayne Ed-, In next four weekly Issues.. | JR. (Paid Political Adv.)
TAX COLLECTOR Hospital Witness, RealtorI IPhon .. ..
: ward). my hand and official l1S -----.------,...
seal at Htarke, Florida, thin -- ----
Bradford Mr. and. Mrs. M. W. narton, I April fl SSSSSSrflSS3 ..
;* ,
County Raiford, March 8, boy (Marlon IrilMf:IT (COIIIT Illl tDKOflfl "" iiiiutiKHiiimmi''''''' '''' ''tiiiummiumii''''''' ''' lIIIIIIMIlI''' 'i'! ''.I iiinmiwiu''''' jiiiiiiiiiinmiim' ",,,..'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiimaiimiiuiiiuiiuiiiiiiiimiiUMiiuiiua '''''' '' ''' ''''''''' '''' '' ', lot"",

Laverne OI'VTV. n.OIIIUtl f* C'll '\- ;:: ; ;

Election-Date Raiford Mr. and,)March Mrs. 9 J., girl W. Murray(Vera Gay Jr.),, Case Kenneth."IIIV.IIf..r..r..t:.No. 5437oflrEIt L.U. FrnnUv Brnnley,, Plnlntlff.- Defendant.vii rh--E ( X ) and ELECT a ELECT J. P. (Jake) ROBE!


May 4th, 1948 Mr. and\ Mrs. Cecil Arnold Lake OP pt'rrtcTTON

Butler, March 13, girl (Dorothy i 8T.VTR ANn OF NOTIcrc FI.OTUDA: TO APPFAR to: Kenneth GENE LONG -----i _r YOURRepresent
Paul, Pol. .\
( dv.
) -
,
Linette). T Rranley w-hose resldenre' l 1,11, R I ;.
P. l). Nn. 1, '
NewhurgNew
Mr and Mrs. E. E. Stokes, Toil are rixpilro'l to appear York.on I : Your TAX COLLECTOR us i t-

CAN'S'\ TIIK': I\I.\S. Rrooker, March 18, boy (Elmer April 2(1( "IHS.! In the above nil,.".,!
iT'MrtiH: Court (tml rnusn wh.rrln plaintiff 1' ........
_W jiiuiimT; ,",II" Dwight). MWAlcs dlvorr nradfnrd tlunnrnble nnd Hrllnble.A .
4 : Mr. and, Mrs. E. C. Mann Jr., Telrirrnph., shall publish thin County Order --, a A \ .e of llrnilford C an4y NndVeteran a TO TilE STWlLEGISLATURE\

CRAWFORDFOR Ffcarke, March 18. girt (Madte In Witness n-t' four nw weekly hand I anil Issues'official: : "Ai 1 nt World. War II Asking for I I1 !f fFKOV

Connie). ''lOt Starke, Florida, this Mar..-" 23., n rhnnre to serve his county ThlMtime -
194". : Ol'T' of uniform cad AT HOUM.YOUR ].
Mr. and Mrs A. A. Sumner, (nFFTCOf A I. SRAO!: A. 3. Thom., ,
Day la March 18 *" n!-rk ofOn 1,1, CourtJ'aoh -'
Every Lawtey, girl (Carolyn VOTK AND
::. H. niiiarlas, Jacksonville.) Fla. 0 SUPPORT WILL BE
SHERIFF Bargain Day At Marie). Atty. for Pit, 8-28 4t 4lAHF.IIO WI'LCO.MEf) AND RESPECTEDPaid BRADFORDCOUNTY

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson, I\\ .jflIfl,(" OPl ( Pol. Adv.) g2;
TUBSTAR Starke. March 19, boy (Donald >IIIMtllV ..: ..':(" 'IO\; '

Eugene). M, Y". HUH .-------.e__._ a ___ J
'J. H. Moser At a meeting hold on the 8th day __ I
Mr. and Mrs. 60- __
STORE of April A. I). 11148 the Hoard of flada.ea.nenp_.. .
j j'r I Starke, March 22, girl (Patricia County Cummlssloners, of Uradford,

Gayle). County, Florida, appointed the fol- I AM NOW RUNNING I

STARKE, FLORIDA Mr. and Mm. R. O. Raymo the lowing Filmury ClerkH KlecUon and InspectorH to be held fur on Born and Rais4L

the 4th day vt May A. 1>. 1B4Htr The LAWTEY
Brooker March 21, girl (Beverly HARDWARE
...|..<-t *.>. I-- I.......,. L On A FarratiBradford !
DAN'S THE MAN Jo). I U H, 11111. Cl.Tk; John Him ford I .
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Floyd, Lake John VVyrlik Foil:20 Clrlfflu, und Combined With My Other Business T. L. Count
W. (f. Kdwaidw. Inspectors.. ]
Butler, March 24, boy (Jeffery I'rrHnpt >... :J North stnrkr \ Wainwright & Son
Wayne). ff I I.. rsornian. Clerk; J. b. C,>nntr,

:f Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Kyle, Starke II var!. U..., Sapp lino. U.A. H.Klynn Mnore., and K.Wallace II. Al- I J. P. ROBERTS STANDS FOR:

March 13. boy (Kenneth Roscoe, Salanu. Inspectors. I,
I I'rvflnpt >;o .H Clootb ",...k. Carrying A Full Every
Line Citizen
; of I In
FARM
Jr.). T. N. Kendrlrk. Clerk: it. 10'. l Demnrest. I, TOOI.S Bradford County

l_. ,..,......... Chsdi Mr. and Mrs. J. C. (Ricks Linda 11 rl d 11'.''''.Russell and Paul S. Mcltae.rturmontl. ,... In-U RIVERS DOUBLE STOCKS :I More State and Federal Funds" for Roads. In Ow.lf|
Starke March 24 girl
l_. .......... .. ._ ........"tI Sue). ,"l>evlor0.Prrrlnc. >< No. 4 Uraham Hardsurfaclng Main Lateral Roads Throunthoat CM

.. 1 t".p.r.m.l.t sliding.. "11''........ Mr. and Mrs. J. L.' Crawford.I'\V.fleorxe('. Burton Rivers,and Clerk... ;A.Carl J. MiKln-Junes. BRINLEY TURN PLOVS'And I -. Better Public School

16-.... .mivwtlM.. I......... Lake Butler, March 26. girl (Margaret I i ney, PrinceS Inspectors.\;,. 8 llMsn9*..it Hoes Rakes Pitch Forks Planter. Jr. More Adequate School Lunch Program

Y.e'tIeft'l ...... .. .._ fe.d! Lee). Carlton Chastaln 'Ierk.;. Vllbert Cultivators and a Full Line of Farmers Tools. Increased Old Age Pension
Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Touchstone, I.Hinoreaux, M. M Matchett, 1. ...
%'rnn. and L. Q. Johns. InsnectorM.Prerliirt Pensions for All Over 60 Years ,*
T. L. WAINWRIGHT of Age, Regards ]
I n.. fl T_...._ & SON
Bill Hall. Clerk; 1). J. Phillips, of Their Wealth

p #' IeftJ tnnpectoraPrvrlnrt tick Hlnnon.. and Jlininlu Swlndvll i Next Door To Post Office Lawtey, Fla.REFINEMENT NO NEW TAXES FOR ANY PURPOSE

VOTE FORCLARENCE .._ .. .... .
T. C. CRAWFOIID' f 1\10. 7 Xew ar. -- ... ---.. Spend the
i Floyd \VlKn| Clerk; bonnie -p.- fliii ''''-'' .... I Money We Already Have With Common' f
('r"wH. R J. Turner and Carl N.t- .
To tile people I of Bradford I ICooty 1/ thou, Innpcctora. = -
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: u. j. A. Tom Stewart> Clerk Nu. ft;-Howard flrenil.w UntricI A Vote For Me Is A Vote For Your 1Ul\

I laM, tllhert Clay, H."le Colaon. and
Since making my announce-L LCIdnn' Hard >tf, IniipertorM. fr Best Interests
l| Tient for Sheriff some time* ftf. 0 IlarrHI, Chairman. Huurdof In every necessary detail in a Service

iffo, I have bern ROBERTSFOR Attent County. Commissioners available locally and widely known
ery A. J ThomuH, Clerk. (Pd. Pol.
pleased Adv.
''tylth the (SUAL) for its modest cost its wholesome !'!.""".,"..".'....,''",,,...,'''' .......''', ''.. ... ..,..,,,, ), ..
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favorably responuieianfl ''' ''''' '''''''"' "''''.'''''"''""","",, '''''''''''''''" '
., \OTIClT courtesy! and always tactful .
r encouragement that I have, ---' ""7'" OF !tl.H sympathy.
I met'from citizens In ,'! A "- The Hoard of IMihllo Instruction .
all
part* -
of the 'ounty of '
Hradford Stats
'i jof 'the oun1,.. I I nf Jo'iorldlwill accept Healed hlda ooII
i on rrrlaln Item of
I trannpoptaribn
:ii I feel ,1..1I e."lp.nt. hereafter denrrllied. i YOUR:
CAR THAT
am CAM HAVE
qualified i iI I Him No. It r llody, Mfd. !Superior%
I. <'or the lui.js of this high and?. / Chassis' 1MC; Veer. Model. I9j;: DEWITT C. JONES
.. %ponitlbl' office. .. Motor. No. l-IS2)4'M I STARKE
jrr and
pledg flue No PHONE T
; 4. Body lrt..vn".
jMjself to .ou If vWted to dIM t ChnHNlx. Ford!: Year. :Model.. 19TT;; AMBULANCE SERVICE /
Jrfc*rge ntf duties Motor No. HM1 -3 25SI7. 1/IJ./K
a* sherlf ,, /
1 I lni No.7, Ilixly Sitit.. WaVTie
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I |.. :\Ithout f ar and without favor ... Chassis, Ford; Year. Model 1M: ;; Funeral Director
V 1 will | my time t
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t\hhls of.'tMi and bn at all time\* ; Wo I offer Our local funeral home enables us to ... ., I, /;
p conveniences
r i ready 1.J work with the peoplfi invite youto and services not .. 'tl, 1/t11 //

:rt .f ,thK County fOH tho bf.t lnvtl \ : k hear Otherwise available.W .... ....

<>f eier> cltl/fn In the : : ,S .

fI"'ounty. I shall at all tInw' .. James Melton furnish the hlghea. type service at the lowest prices art .

th- help and cuopera-| 1 Model Illustrated I accept ANY life Insurance policy in force; Issued by ANY com ,- -
of alt the pi-ople In thel paey. an payment In part or In full on a funeral. -
Consultation
1 CJM-7, priced ol... CIt
4 County and shall be ivady anti j Yo carries no obltgation.Let WITH .

willing to perform my full I l.! -.

{dut..... e 324.75 'k "Harvestof --- .. - --- -- I

I have operated" my farm Inf <, I
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this county pnutlrally all my" :.. ,' tHer. Stars"
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life and In addition to" this have [ Us Retain The


had good several buNlnr years training unusually and experience .'* room, lots of It, end WAXES POLISHES AND CLEANER!

with In th,. Konl I :Motorl conv.ni.nc.Pool Store a g.n.r. State Senator : : ,
Company Dial (' .
ounty.Ac New
out tupply of frozen food;large Amerlca't look
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for
a fathrr. I am d't'llly| ,In Meat-Tender for fresh meat FaLorUa Tenor DId Curs
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tercsted In the, -
wi-lfam
of all Molit-cold/
ttoroge
preterve
: children and |III.II! (", fo A business! man with experience AT A NEW TIME "<'
Mmrlte food's
natural *
) |uic t and vitamlm For
OF New Cars
their protection and ...-..lIrlty. I for days foods don't dry out. in County and ,I every Wednesday Night II / YOUR CAR'SUPHOLSTERY I .
City Government
I'I J wIll appoint KIMM' .I| mon ??!. See this! n.w Frlgldaire Cold. Ron- SUztincr April 7 ..

:) an"T deputies of thIs and' offke\1111||| hill down| th to Wan today I I ning management on a Platform and of more better -: 9:30 to 10P.M. [ FOR YEARS :' ,*,. -All Cars.

,
: minimum unl ">*,? the ta",. All Porcelain$ 7 cu. ft.Prlgidolr I' business-like met h oda in I Eastern Tint

J payer of the county, Mery bit Cold-Wall/ State Government. A full half-hour of fine 'Durable New EVERYTHING. YOU NEED TO HElP YOUR fall
Sun-Fast Plastic .
po.aible. 1 ,
'Ul| ,
an4;
n<>|
have C KElP
Same die,with all music and ITS SAII
convenience ;, sparkling drama .tf
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ete$" "IP""*" LU.,
.;. i t this office. I, WIth,t'onn''t'tf' Wlt''j' quality worlunanthip. Porcelain/ '\ Fibres And Leathers ,..

guy d..putlf'lll "/ Help him to help you by
wm M'rform tIi 354.75
dutI.i.. BRADFORDHARDWARE
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it i i; 'office I giving him your supportnow ..
I t' without cwt: to the I ...... ,' SEE ,
I' I pyer.Your*. thlJ and jour vote on May: CO. -

E. H. SMITHYour 4th. ANDREWS

.. vote' anal support wil i I 106 East Call Street II'' MOTOR COMP

;, r be greatly approbated. CHAS C. SHEPHERD
I (Paid PoL Adv.) STAR KE, FLA.
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//if: : Madison
'i' : T. C. (CIaton) Crawford.' FRIGIDAIRE DEALER I I & Adams Streets

}. 'j 2Y COURT AND
(Paid t MADISON STREETS
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P<>1. Ai1v.) Since I
1931 INTERNATIONAL
.. > ..._ ..... DAN'S THE LVN HARVESTER YA < STARKE
., ...:,.... - _"'_. FLA.
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