Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1949
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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oclc - 33886096
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Ingenious machinery designed

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from the Trail Ridge ;

sand east of Starke! where
ft t they were deposited( 1 perhaps:

millions: of years\ ago, is: now p
ready for operation.Started .

less. than a year ago the
Ilmenite and zircon mine, constructed -
It by Humphn-ys Gold Corp.

U'All I SO TO HK': l.o.\U"U: are a long line of neat, black hopper. of Denver Colcj. will noon be
producing seven or cars ofIlmenite
type' cam Hpeclnlly made for and leased to the duPont company. Each
day for the pigment
car" holds 78 tons of ilmenite,. and due to the '
heavy npc( If Ic gravity .
plant of the E! I. duPont de
Iy1 of the mineral, they are comparatively mnull In size Sixty-five cars Nemours Co., Baltimore, Md.m
ate reasary to kop a conttnui. flow of Ilmenite
p up ax It required Ilmenite I la the dioxide form of
I, ten days to make tho round trip from Starke to tho duPont pigment the element titanium and Is the

plants at Edgemore N J, best white paint pigment known M

,. to man. Prior to the war It was
Imported largely from India, but
due! to economic condition duPont

Instituted a search for, commercial
ilrponlts In thin country.
Working In conjunction with
fljDD. EID f roN-r DENE OUKSJ co
state and U S. geologists the n
known deposit In Trail Ridge
wit iNr i DI re i ,were found to be of economic status
Previously, these' depositshad
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'. .. s value because. of the small',,
of mineral In sand.
percentage the
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However, the application the
TRAIL RIDGE ILMENITE'MINE: at a glance," Is shown in this remarkable aerial area Is the Seaboard branch line, originally built to serve Camp Blandlng. and which Humphirys patented spiral pro,

photograph by Jack Nork, construction engineer with the E. I. duPont de Nenioun will now be used to move out seven or eight cars of finished Ilmenite per day. Long eras of concertration, was found
Company. In man-made lake In center of photo IA I seen the "wet mill" (spirals) building lying between main track and spur track Is dry mill where Ilmenite will to make the operation commercially ,

floating In right foreground of lake. Behind spirals )is the dredge (bright top) and be separated by static and magnetic processes from other heavy.minerals. Highway feaaible. '
behind dredge Is conditioner (or. "scrubber") barge. Floats strung across middle. of running parallel with railroad Is "Treat Road", built In war time to give accent to The 4,000 acre which will ba +

lake will support pipes bringing water Into the mill from three deep wells, and Camp Blanding firing ranges. It runs through to Keystone Heights. Buildings. ('LnI'4E."I' 0..' ILMKNITE CAIi shows hopper at bottom for quick mined I U located: on the Camp ?
Blandlng reservation and was
smaller pipes carrying the heavy minerals from the spirals to the dry mill. LeveesIn clustered, along highway are offices of duPont and Humphreys Gold Corp., ware. emptying of the load at destination These specially built cars are leased by duPont from the State

left foreground of photo mark the boundaries of lake In which dredge will float houses, welding shop etc. air tight and dust proof since there would bo' roiiHlilciable loss of the Armory Board (National Guard)* 4''

when It moves out from Its, present position. Railroad running diagonally across powdery Ilmenite If exposed! to air., (Continued to Page 8))

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wide. After It starts pumping, dredge will make Its o'wn lake a* It goes, while "tailings"from from the dredge to have organic coatingrem wed before going through spirals. Treatment

The the the spirals will back-fill 98 percent of the sand mined. Only .4 percent 'Is commercially la begun In tower where vibration shakes out roots and traiih. Sand then passes through

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KOUS OF GLISTENING PIPES Seed scrubbed sand Into three seta of spirals First, the N.\IJ:"; 1"411'0:1): \:: t'lt1'4"111' \I.M to dewafrlng unit (lower left) after which it rolls oft.4

"rougher": spirals, then an Intermediate set, and finally the "finishers", After separationfrom CORKSCREW PATH followed by, sand and water from conditioner Is shown In this closn- stacker belt to ground A final' scrubbing process .Is undergone In the dewatorlog unit, When

the quartz sand, heavy minerals are ready to be pumped to the dewaterlng and stackIng up view of spirals. Entering through pipes at top, the mixture whirls downward, centrifugal ''It leaves here It li about the consistency of mud.
unit, prior to entering/; dry mill.\ force causing the light quart sand to be thnwn along the outer edge, while heavy minerals ..1 t
hug the Inner edge, where they are drawn off at Intervals through small "port holes'

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GLINT CR\NES: !: LIFT S.\M:. > from ground Into top of two huge bins at rear end of dry T.-\ILIOiJ:"; FROM DRY MILL then go to zircon mill where another run-through separates "'0" .:It FOIL THIS Hf
mill. From bins, minerals drop onto two large revolving tables and hence Into the 33O to the pure white crystal of zircon valuable In ceramics, refractory coatings, and many substation, making 5000 kilowatts available at any given time. The mine will UJ. three
400 degree beat of the driers After drying the Ilmenite Is Isolated by static and magnetic other uses About one carload of zircon will ba obtained per day, 'to seven or eight tars of times tai much electric current sj a city the size of Palatka and wilt. be Flortda Power 6Light's
largest! consumer- In the state.
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Bradford County Telegraph Clay Hill \ Pine Level] Graham ot Green are Finley.Mr. guests Wood. ,of and 1111'their and Mrs.children stay burgh Beezer with, has and her arrived brother mother,for Luis,, a 1011'8.,'short J.

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ESTABLISHED 1879 E, L. MATTHEWS, OWNUEDITOntsebllahed lIy Lure BurllA" I\lohr By 111.... II. M. McRaeMr By M..... John McKinney and Mrs. A. hall of Middle- uncle Hugh Lucas Her mother
Every FrIday aDd Entered as Second Tons, Nebr.1hcreln ', \ liil burg were also callers ot the Fln- and her brother will return north with

DaM Matter at tile Poet Office at Starke FIa. and Mrs A. F. Hall and Mr and Mrs. Dan Sanders and leys. I

I rejoice In the springtime Mr. Matthews: children 01 JackBonvllle spent Saturday eon, Carl 01 Bell were weekend
MEMBER @ 1949 loveliness and take a new In answer to the "Sub"crlbt.-rs" night and Sunday with Mre.Hall's guests 01 Mrs. Sanders' sister.
lease on living. note In the Telegraph regarding parents, Mr and Mra. H. Mrs. Sarah\; Starling I I
Sobocrlptloa $2.50 Annually $1.50 For SIS Montle3f1 the trip to the Weather Bureau M. McRae. Those from Graham enjoying! =\ nom where I sit..JyJoe Marsh
Spring taken the world wIth plum which was made by the eighth Mrs. Loran Conner and daughter, the birthday party 01 JUl1nlta
bloom grade a few weeks ago I wish to Peggy Ann 01 Sylvania, Ga.. re. Sparks Tuesday night were Bal.
From eun-up the whole day long state that there wall an error turned to their home last Friday mer Rivers Betty Jean Jones( ,
The flowers awake and birds resume made In the note. The bus Is a after vllllting relatives here. They Basil Davis, Catherine: Starling Remember How -I

60 passenger bus, and there were were.accompanied by Mrs H. H. Anna Taibi, Ralph Davis. Julia
Bombardment 01 happy BOng. 69 students, teachers and home. Lewis and Mr. W. C. Conner and I Taibi, and Ann Parkhurst 4iE i; >> We Talked?
The busy bee a buzz bomb room mothers who made the trip. daughter, Evon I
J. D.
WP01NT z Invades the blossoming! lace There are that many ,who ride Mr. and Mrs. Markley Crosby McKinney visited relatives -
In Waldo last ..week<''nd. From where I alt It'a
The fireflies will soon blaze from these large busses dally to and and daughters 01 Tampa were It went like ?hie st the lIooper.1I easy to
Their secret Flake Watson returned to the lIap', eighteen.yearold criticize the other person when
hiding place. from school recent visitors 01 Mr. and Mrs the other night WI'
ECONOMYComptroller : I feel that our teachers always H. H. Lewis. They were accom. Lake City hosPital last Thursday daughter h. talking about don't tale a good long look at OUI'o
STATE. .F.\OER OS RECORD FOR I The frog begins his drumming have the child's interest and safety panted home by Markl..y' father, for another check-up. eoa real gone guyolIslidut ot this selves. Sure, there'll always i b4!

C M.Gay has added his voice to an Increasing number In his new green! unform! at heart. M. M. Crosby.hire. Mr and Mrs. Bud Starling and world, but def." some ditferencea. I'm fond ot a

of state leaders who recognize the tact that the trend toward r find myself succumbingSpring I Mrs. Blanche Edwards N. A, Conner 01 Lake ButIcr children visited Mr, and Mrs. Joe kind ot language III temperate glass ot beer and maybe
takes heart storm. "Now what
e"er-mountlng governmental costa must be reversed or our entire -Helen my Virden by Science Teacher spent part 01 last week with Call Sunday afternoon that!" Burka"Can't ahe speak you would prefer' ginger ale-but
economic structure Is threatened with dlaaBter. her' lIon-ln-law and daughter, Mr. Mr and Mre. Louie Dempsey Hap" Jet' just live and let live. Because
Oh, glorious Springtime with Dear Gene: and Mrs, Owen McRae. spent the weekend In Chattahoo- English? when we go out of our way to find
The Comptroller mailed to each member 01 the 19.19 House and its showers and warmth and aun. As you know I recently subscribed Those who were overnight guests Ghee with their son-In-law and "I'll translate It for you," Ma things to find fault with In others,

Senate a statement pointing out that the State Government "muat ehlne-the longer days have' are to your newspaper to 01 Mr. and Mrs H. H. Lewlll and i daughter, Dr. and Mrs N. J.Altmeyer. nooper says, "In the language: 01 chances are they can find a few In
'" be reorganized on a sounder and more buslnes811ke ba"I,," and rl'c. rived. My heart III glad and r feel partially keep up with the goings Mr. W. C. Conner Saturday night the twenties, when you were about us. too

ornmeriding the abolishment of ear-marked general funds, repeal like a colt that's been shut up In a on around Starke. Through the were Mr and Mrs. M. J. Foutll, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Cain and twenty years old She simply, meanll.
of continuing appropriation", add eliminating 01 overlapping dutieN barn. Ha. r just want to run and paper I have renewed an old Mr, and Mrll. Lester Carter and children and Mrs. L. E. RaWtt this fellow III the 'cal' whIHkers.

of various State agencies. kick ,up my heels on the lawn. acquaintance, thanks to your list son and Mrs. Lewls'a sister, Mrs. and eon, Walter visited Mr and Remember how we used to talk 80e tjtfAU/( Z{
The snow la all The 01 renewed and new subMcrlberraddr".lIell. Alice Crosby, all 01 Lakeland. Mrs. Leo went back to
The Comptroller also presented In detail his estimate that there Itone. maple Dyal Sunday sometimes? nap
My name was In the Dinner guests of Mr. and Mre.
tree Is full ot red blossoms and I
win be only $1:11,3:13,000: : available for general fund expenditures Mrs Lizzie HInes Is on the sick reading hi" ne'Napapn.
list several B. M. McRae and
can hear the bees Yesterday weeks ago givIng my family Sunday
buzzing. list this
next year against a proposed budget 01 $206.000.000. I week. We all wish her a
present addres8. Several days were V. A. Browning and eon,
the last of the huge drift speedy Copyright; 19. United Stare Brewer,Foundariose.a.G..lfy
Following the trend ot the Federal Government too many de- on the north aide of the house, later Roswell No..gel called mt Rnhble, :I\tlft" Jo Denmark, James recovery.A
partmenta and commissions have been created In recent years: some melted leaving the blue grass! 80 from Ft. Worth Texas saying he McRae and Miss Barbara Richieot large crowd from here attended .

of them without proper control by elected con8Ututionai officials and green and IU8h. My tulips are comIng was living there now We are only Starke. the revival at Hampton
the Legislature, the Comptroller said and further pointed out that: up. Yes, after a long hard about 200 miles apart 110 he and MrR. Sue Myrick spent Saturday Saturday night ny
'There Is entirely too much overlapping 01 duties and too much winter life I" 80 good out In the Mrs. Noegel were here to spend night with Mrs. H. M. McRae. Earl Starting 01 Gainesville
money spent In collection ot the State' revenue, and too many employees aunllhlnp. The mud has been deep the weekend with us. We had not Mrs Myrlclc spent last week at spent the weekend with his mother .
performing numerous duties 01 doubtful benefit to the tax- and 8t1lla\ out In the country eeen each other since May In : the bedside n1'. Mrs. Robert Taylor Mrs Kate Starting.
along country lanes. A lady just 1931 when WI graduated from ot Jacksonville, who returned to Mr. and Mrs John McKinney
peryere."Our now brought me a gallon 01-sweet High School In Starke so we had! her home after spending several were shopping In Starke Saturday -
State Government has grown too large and la too complex cream which was $2 and two quite B get-together Naturally days at St. Luke'e Hospital, fol- .
to lie run In a haphazard manner. It can be operated efficiently, and It dozen nice at 40 cents a celebration was In order. l lowing an operation
eggs a
It.lli to serve the people and retain their support and respect It must dozen. It I. like living on a farm I think your list 01 renewed We are glad to hear that Mrs. . . . -
!be reorganized on a sounder and more busineesilke basic" to have such nice thinKs right subscriptions and changes ot address Alton Dobbs Is getting along nice-
Another leader who likewise recognizes the need for drastic economy from the farm. We also have column III an excellent Idea.I ly In the Polatka hospital. Lake Geneva 3d
Is Representative Richard Simpson 01 Monticello who will be milk delivered to our door. We always look forward to recety ', Mr and Mrs. Robert Myrick and i
ebalnnan ot the Important House Finance and Taxation Committee have a plum tree cherry and Ing my paper from Starke. daught..r. Kathy, are visiting relatives By Blanche Cunningham I

In a prepared statement issued/ last week he called for a halt In two apple trees that will soon be Respectfully In Jaek"mvllle.Mrll. a a ; '
Willis F. Smith Earl Goodman 01 Starke
e2eeBIIlve Government expenditures saying: "There eeeme to be a In blossom Mr. and Mrs. I i
visited Mrs H. M. McRae Tues T. M. Finley and
de.inlte trend to expand, to create new high salaried positions, and At Clay Hill they had a nice .4. day, daughter, Martha Sue spent several (
to raise the salaries 01 those now In executive po ltlons. It III time shower and turned cooler The days last week 'In Tampa and ddjh
for this practice to atop. The peak In business earnings hAIl passed. Rev Percy. Knight gave them a Sllnnybrook I-II n."R SF.W Sarasota A
The peak In Government spending must pas." good sermon and they were all The Sunnybrnok 4-H Club met Mrs. Wm. Neetles left Sunday
The hard-prellaed taxpayer may take heart from the statements RO happy to have him. The house By \\'antlll Crosby Saturday March 19. at the home for a visit with relatives In Tampa.
will was just 'crnwdpd they said 'I 01 MAry Alice Crosby Miss Ro, MrB. Ida M. Gentry and .
of these two State leaders and hope that their recommendations daugh.tel'
hope he goes back soon oKaln. Ella showed the. J girls how to cookcabbage. Lillian were Sunday
01 their advice III guests
not fall on deal earB. The timeliness emphasized IIIRTIIJAVRT\
Carter was visiting; her sister The meeting was called In the home 01 Mr.
and Mrs, W,
by a report just released by the Florida Betterment Association, with In the out\1-\ last week Joe Padgett Mr and Mrs. J. R. Kelly enter- to order by'the president Shirley Watkins In Jack"onvllle. WHAT IS GOOD APPEARANCE

headquarters at Babson Park pointing out that the ad valorem property ate dinner with his Runt, Le- tamed their daughter Kathryn I\IrRBe. Those present were Joyce Terrill W. CUnlnngham, Ordnance WORTH TO YOU?
tax levied by Florlda's 61 counties In 1940 totalled $21,218.110, la Mae Carter, The 9tl1 grade girls on her 13th birthday anniversary ThomAs, Kathryn Kelly. Shirley man N. A. S. Jacksonville I
while the 1948 total wu $13,196.801. who to last Tuesday aftprnoon. After McRae, Betty Jo Starling Joan Is
hope graduate thlll year spending several weeks leave A man Isn't well.dres'Ied!' unless he's well-pressed!
State Government expenditures In 1940 totalled $61,899,140., while are Dorothy Manning Lorene playing, games and contests, refreshments Starling Betty Jo Denmark Bar. at his home here I Fastidious!' men know how Important well.cleaned

the 1948 total wa $204,1122.028. Fields and Hazel Osteen Margaret 30 tolka.were served receIved to the bars Jane Thomas, Mary Alice C J. Foreytl1e. "Dad". Is back and well-pres..ed clothing is to their appearance!
.Federal State and Local Government took approximately 21.3 per. Wilkinson and Dot Kllllng"worth young Kathryn Crosby, and Pa.nsy Crosby. among UII again after spending Our flawless methods keep precious suits
ant 01 the total Income 01 Floridians In 19.10.. while In 19.18 It took are In the 8th !Crade. Mildred Manning many lovely glrtll. The next meeting will be held I several months with his Bon and your
et the home ot Jo I shlp-'Ihape.!' It will pay you to use our heartily approved -
and Ella Betty wife In
Mae O"t..n In the Marathon, and his
34.4 percent, Mr, and Mrs. Fred HalMlop, Mr daughter -
The report adds: "In view 01 theMe facts we agree with Speaker 1th. Shirley Carter Lor..ne Pad.gelt and Mrs. Bob Hal810p, Mrs Cal. on Saturday, April 2.-Joyce and family In Sara80ta. Dad'lI dry cleaning even more frequently! I

Perry Murray that taxation has reached the saturation point It Is Mildred Sculley, Wilma MOIl.ley. vln Ward and Mary Ellen Ward Thomas, Reporter health seems pretty good considering .
imperative that our administration offlclalll exert their efforts for Dan Johns and J. B. Gllla were visiting; In Palatka Sunday, his advanced age. He will PHONE 133nOOT.
are In the 8th. Lllat Thursday Howard '. be 87. years old In August.Dr. .
Brown removed 313
ot and the 01 wns rDO .
the efficient operation government eliminating un. l
Isla Mae Johns celebrated her 1J11
to the Hospital In Orlando Friday 1
necessary and unjustified/' expenditures to assure all necessary gov..rn.MMtal birthday by visiting the Clay Hill morning His parents were visiting GREEN fet1J 7/te1l Iff Temple
services without additional taxation. ) Otto J.
school and having a, nice visit him Sunday Tsnlsllen
who work and laborers and bwtlneeMm..n- Owner .. '. .. Ave.
"Those phluet'l-both with Lor..ne Padgett ,i1 had such Bile and Bobby Crosby attended :, ..;::
cannot stand more taxe8. Excessive government cost III wrecking/ our a nice letter from Joann Lang of the C"lIdren'a Bible Mission Sat. II'II'CHIROPODIST I
economy-we are on the dawngrade. Unless the trend la reversed, Lutz Florida. She and Walter urdllY In Lake Butler 425 N. Pleasant St

governmental revenues will bl' drastically reduced by the Inability ot have gone to housekeeping near Mr. Calvin and daughter Mary h. Gainesville. Fla /J STARKE FLA.

the taxpayers to pay the taxes levied. his work.Fowler At Hawthorne. Mrs Ellen were visiting Mr. and 882j..i\! \.: _,.,. .. ._ :/ I
"rroperty' taxpayers are particularly hard-pressed as a result of Etta says thy need rain i Mrs J. r. Roberts In InteJ'll1chen
and her garden 18 now growing ---
the 188 percent increase In the past eight' yeaI'll." the Betterment recently -
as It should while It 11'1' cool. They 1.11'11.' J. 'V. Thomas 01 Brooker
AlIItOC"lation states and points out that unless right economy is. ex.reload
are all well. r do so enjoy my and Re" Colonel
at all levels "we are headed directly Into a recurrence 01 the dear friends' Blanche Cunningham den were visiting Crosby Mr. and 01 Mrs.Lii NEVER B-U-Y BEFORE YOU I-R-Y j

situation that existed In the early/ 30'a when ano pereent of Florida'sland 01 Lake Geneva writes me Floyd R. Crosby Friday 1
tax d..lInq1lent. and most 01 P'lorldo.'lI. counties and
area was they are tine and she so loves Rev Windell Witte ot Deland
rifles: were virtually bankrupt for the simple reason that property Florida. filled his regular appointment at

owners could. not pay their taxes" The other night: we had a rain Corinth Church Sunday.
1 With practically all, Stale leaders from Governor Warren down and our first thunder. and light. D0'4
P"'ged to "grass. root economy". It Is obvious that come measure 01 nlng. The wind blew and overhead over I am so sleepy every night put off
relief. should be tn the cards for that perennial "tall guy"-the lowly the wild ducks quacked on their by ten o'clock that I go to sleep

taJlpayer. One thing la certaln-,whatever relief If any, does matel'lalb&tt 'way to the summer feeding and In my chair. bnyingAntomobiIeInsurance ,,
wlllrbe none too much and will come none too lIaon.f nesting grounds. It makes my God bless you all. LOVE-LURA 1
heart eo full of joy and gladnt'8s.r 11

shell not let cold war or other
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FLORIDA EXCELSIOR MILLS heart. I shall sing praises to my ; .... "' Charley E. Johns I II
Maker r shall work while r sing. Agency

Excelsior and excelsior pad for packing r shall allY the 23rd P8alm. r Phone IS STARKE FLA. YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK I
watermelon cars und trucks. shall pray for other. and then Fresh!' MULLET

my heart will be strangely tilled Red BASS .... .. THESE & MANY MORE GROCERY & MEAT SPECIALS SEE JAX PAPEItSJlcGrath's
4'non't use!' substitutes when you can get with a joy and light of understanding. Dressed Cat Fish

the best packing material made:. r whisper God help the Sea TROUT ..... ....... ,
Russians to bl" Christian and they
Large SIIIUMI' a.presentin.THSTRAVELERS. Hartford
Truck prices delivered or F. O. n. 1\111I. wlll world.not" wont war or to rule the OYSTERS Champion C

Steak FISH
20..N.5th I am making 1'0118.' I have fish 1.lve Fryers & liens P 0 R K & B E A N S 'Large 22 ,
Gainesville Ph. 1280 for the evening meal. I have dinner (I.imlt, 6 cans;) .

_._-...._,_._-,-_._--,_._,---_._-... In the evening now since our ALL FISH DRESSED NOW/--
boy la home. I made a bread pud- FREE 01" CHARGE

f ding HELPFUL which my 11iNTS.men liked.Put a pinch ATOP QUALITY McGrath's Champion No. 2 Can .

01 BaIt In the water when boiling MAGNOLIAFISH HOME FREEZER

eggs and they will not crack. For MARKET Sweet
at a price Sugar
a few drops of lemon juice stick
a fork Into one end ot the lemon you want to pays

I1{ and squeeZe thru the perforations.
r Try sprinkling clothes the .- I
': /111 on line 16. oz. Jar Lang's Sweet
roll them up then as you take
I them down. EXPERT

DING. 4 cups diced dry bread, 4 ad/o
cups scalded sweet milk two eggs <

slightly beaten. 1.2 cup sugar,

add pinch the bread sugar ot 'alt In eggs the and and hot 8nllla."anllla.milk. 30 Bake Soak min. Lang's New York State SAUERKRAUT C O\; N' 12%cLeed's

? In buttered glass baking dish set p e
.t f t aA In Ii pm: of water r baked It at
3\0\ degrees one hour. Serve with POTTED MEAT 1.4's 5ccoo
can - -
lemon custard !sauce Use I cup ,
r milk 1... cup sugar, 1 egg, 1
... 1 lemon. SERVICEChas.
. tbsp flour. Boll milk
for smell
Thrllll" lIeWI
beat the egg yolk, juice ot one ic SALE ON
enjoy better tasting
lemon sugar and flour. Add to C. you can White Rose FLOUR
fresh frozen foods all year 'round I IAmana
TOAST TO H-E-A-L-T-H boiled milk. Cook, add then the ShepherdAt Model SO'I famous "Zero KILL KILLER ,
beat white,
Walt" giyee five cubic footperfect
I am 80 happy over my Bible you QUART SIZE . . 1.19 25 Ib
Gay.s Service Station food storage capacity I bag
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I '."' Christian Church (St. Mark's EpiscopalRev better.J.report. that Mrs. Martin Is much O'Leno, near High Springs.A Deeds RecordedRecent D. K. Knight of Starke to Jo* "'

of Sunday Srhool boys M. Griffis of Starke: property i!
B. E. Simmons, B. D., Vicar b. Mills of Green Cove was enjoyed group an outing, with a Camp deeds as recorded in the In sect. 10, twp. 8 S, Range 22 K: I ea
,'f JcJdi Friday. April 17:30: a.m., Holy visiting here Friday afternoon. Fire meeting and wiener roast, County Court House on State Highway No. 200. .

Communion, followed by break. Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby of at Gold Head Branch State Park.Sitturdny James C. Richardson of Alachua E. S. Matthews of Starke to ti
fast In Parish House of the young Lendln were visiting their son-in- County to T. L. Norwood Jack- Mina M. Grady of Starke: begin.

people law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.J. Friends evening here/ were happy to sonville: lot :S, unit 2 of Indian at a pt. 5 ft. S of the NE cor ,.

i Sunday April 3--10 a.m., Church W. Thomas last Thursday and greet Bruce S. Maxwell, when 1m Beach Sub. and the 4 room house ner of lot 8. run thence S 10 ft., i.

% llDAY School. Nursery &: Kindergarten;: Friday. returned last week from a 13: located thereon. thence W 103 ft., thence N 10 ft.

d a departments In Parish House. Primary Mrs. J. W. Thomas attended the I months "hitch" in Japan. Corp- J. M. Edwards of Starke to a.V. thence E 105 ft. to point of beginning .f

Junior & Intermediates! In W. M. U. Conference In Deland oral Maxwell Is. In the Paratroop Lee of Luwtey.: lot I of Blk. / ,. (adjoining; Grady property ':;!1'

Presbyterian ChurchThe Baptist Church the Church. 11 a m.? Holy Communion Wednesday. Division of the U. S. Army anti Starke. on Clark St.) :'J00
& Sermon by the Vicar.
( : Dirt Stokes had as his dinner Is greatly enjoying a 30 day leaveof -'------------.-.------.-.--
Is the 6:30 Youth
First Presbyterian Church "Victory Over Self" sermon : p.m., Fellowship atPresbyterian t]
guests Sunday Mr and Mrs. Ear- absence. After visiting his
offers to all a cordial Invitationto topic by the Pastor at the Church.& Johnson and children of Lake family and friends here and in OLD TIME REVIVAL r'
First Baptist Statke, this week. Tuesday, April 5-8 p.m., Midweek -
Its services. The Theme of the City, Mr. and Mrs. Leander Par Jacksonville he left Monday fora
This la the first In a aeries for the Lenten service.
rlsh of Trenton and Mr. and two weeks motor trip in Ala t tC
morning service at 11 o'clock will Easter month "April Appreciationof The church Is open dally for' 11AMPTON
Ed Polk of Brooker.Mr. ,
be. "Facing His Cross". Each life the Acts of Jesus". This Sun- prayer and meditation. bama.Orville
Brooktns and Frank O M I I1: UNITY
Mrs. Simmons
and Jack ,
day at the morning hour the or. i
must expect a certain amount of dinance of the Lord's Supper will .. e : and Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Lay- William. are both confined in the .
perplexity, disappointment, sorrow Alactuia County Hospital In HALL' ;
be observed. Mrs. Mona Canova field and children all of Gainesville -
and loss. The in whichwe Brooker Gainesville. Best wishes are extended t -
way --
will\ be at the organ and Lucille were recent guests of Mr. *.
face trials show how rich to them for a rapid recovery .
our Green will direct the choir. and Mrs. N. C. Mott has been and the Ry Mr,. Paul Stewart .
our experience ,
Sunday evening the message by Mrs. J. W. Thomas, Rev. and 4(5 Every Night, 7:30
point to which our character has Mrs. C. A. Crosby, and Rev. Donald Miss Dorothy Swanbom spent '
been developed. Jesus bravely en- the Pastor Is "Dead Works". This .- Thursday and Friday of last weekIn 2 Services Sundays:
L. C. Kelly Wicrsdule spentMondny attended the New River N
dured hardship as every good searching message will help you to Tampa where she was a delegate I
soldier must. Calvary seemed to for the Evangelist M. B. Miller of with his parents, Mr. and Association Friday at the Corinth to the Florida Educational' 2::30.1", M. & 7:30 P. :M. '.r s
be His doom but proved to be an find if you are working Mountain City Tenn. will begin a Mrs. C. S. Kelly. Baptist Church I Ifr. Association J

incomparably glorious triumph Lord, or for self. Are "Good revival at the Christian Church Mr. and! Mrs. Mel Vickcy of !\ and Mrs O. O. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs.. Eugene: Dirt have I i

School 9:45. Last Sunday Works" of any value, and when. Sunday morning and continue Gainesville and Mr and Mrs. W I children and Mrs. G.V.. Baxter returned to Hnmpton to live after H-F: A-R 1 1Jtls.
Sunday :
the Friendship Bible Class The Happy Hour at 7:30: will be through Easter Sunday. Services H. Hinton of Wftldo visited Mr. of Jacksonville were visiting here residing for some time in II. Anderson. !

marked up a new high Inat- directed by the music of the piano- will be held each evening at 8 And Mrs. Earl Green and Mr. and Sunday.Mr/ Pompano.Mrs. !. ,, Evangelist: And The .
p.m. and Mr. Miller will preach Mrs Earnest Edwards recently and Mrs B. II. Hardin of.Tarkann'llIe Annie Mae McRn anl. )'
tendance. Fifty-two men and women duo with Mrs. Morse at -I jz. MUSICAL MILLERS .r'
organ both morning and evening sermons were visiting here Mrs. Anna Felton and childrenof p
Mrs. Chester Andrews! of New
were present. Bring the chil- the piano and Mrs. Mann at the
Saturday afternoon. Piney
on Sunday.The Level visited
dren and stay for the Bible Class. organ. Requested Hymns and pastor Rev. J. B. Dixon, River visited afternoon.Mrs. T.V.. Markey Mrs. Abe Crosby of Jacksonville friends here recently COME( : EARLY .FOR. .\. GOOD; ( SEAT l'

Junior Westminster Fellowshipat choruses will be sung. all invitationto Monday spent lust weekend with her husband Rev. and Mrs. William D.
extends to a hearty
Mrs. Bill and
8:30.: This youth group of Sunday School begins et 0:45: : hear this well known evangelist who Is spending some time Daugherty and family of Jackson Jj
of Lawtev several -
are spending
Episcopal and Presbyterianchurches I with departments and classes for who held a revival In this weeks with her mother, Mrs. hero.IIIKTIIOVV. ville were visitors here Saturday 1 UNION PRAYER MEETING '1
Is now engaged In the all. :Jr. and Int. departments meeton DINNER .
study of Bible characters. Jackson Street while the new church two years ago. John Cone. Mrs. Roy Green honored her Mrs. Nlta Johnson had Mrs.as her D. ___.._._ _.__ a,__., _
guests Sunday Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Leander Parrish of ,f f fR.
Lenten Service Wednesday evening building is being erected. TabernacleThe Trenton here. husband with a birthday dinneron Prevatt and daughter, Gloria, of "
At The spent Sunday '
from 8 to 9 o'clock In the I Training Unions for all ages Sunday.. March 27, at their Marietta. 'f.
Mrs. Rosa Pin holster the
chapel. The trustees and Elders : for spent home. Those enjoying/ the occasion and little TRANSFER! AND Y
gather at 6:15: a training period Youth meeting group Sat weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mrs. Theo Simmons B. ALVAREZ &SON
will hold a joint session in the in church membership for all : urday night enjoyed a short but Green in Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs. Green daughter were weekend guests of STORAGE CO. .
Chapel on Monday April 4 at : and family were Mr. and Mrs. T.
Mr. and Mrs Luther Watlerson
age groups. Thomas Mar-
Interesting talk by Mrs. M. F. Hazen of Starke visited -
745.: : officer should be I W. Markey, Mr. and Mrs. Lessle.
Mid-week service Wednesday at shall Stoker, a student at Georgia I her mother, Mrs. John Cone, and family. \Ve operate local I : \
present. Green and family, !Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. D. V. Underwood and i
7:30: In the main church building Tech, who was here for a short Saturday.
-John Warren Kaufman, Pastor and Karl: Green and family, Mr. and three daughters, of Gainesville, A 'long illUncanjnhere .
with message by the Pastor visit with his parents Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Reddlck Thomas
testimony time for all. Rolan R. Stocker. The subject of' of Lake Cltv were guests of Mr. Mrs. E:. J. Lewis and family/ Iva visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs In V.S.
CHURCH OF CHRIST Mae Lewis and children L. T>. Klland
Circles of theVomen's Mission- the evening was Bible "Growing and Mrs. Edgar Dukes. Sunday Sunday {
I'Altn OK TIIXNKS! Mrs. C.. I.. !Mnv nnd Mrs. May KXCELLENTSTOR: :
Bible School ary Society meet Tuesday at 3 Pains', .and was in the form of a afternoon.Rev. 4
10 a.m. Sunday Mr and Mrs. W. 11. DuBoso ofVorlhlnA'ton .
Sweeney spent Tuesday nnd \\Vdnesdity
with the Business Women's contest. and Mrs Donald Martin :
Church Service 11 a.m. Sunday p.m. \ Springs wish. to express of last week In Jackson. ss .4GE
Evening Service 7:43: : p.m. Sun- Circle meeting at 7:30: Tuesday The Sunday evening "meetingwas had as their weekend guests Mrs. their appreciation to their ville. i

evening In the Junior Annex on In charge of Gordon L. Pur- Martin's parents Mr. and Mrs many friends. of Rnnnkcr" \ BaptistChurrh Miss 4 FACILITIES ,
Betty Home hAd ns her
dayBible Study is every Wednesday Jackson Street.A dy, who spoke from John 14; R. J. Denklns. Mrs. K. H. Ward iind Brooker community
recent Miss of ;
at 7:45: cordial Invitation is extendedto his subject being, "Spiritual Heart and EdRar Ward all of Miami. for their kindnesses and useful Dunnellon. Mutlge Gay Agents ForDelcher -
of these hoursof Trouble". Besides the fine message Mr. and Mrs. William Dukes of '
all to
join any gifts. May God bless you all. Pvt. Hex Bronkins. of Fort See MS first fStarling's
several splendid Testimonies Dukes spent Sunday visiting Mr.
CHURCH OF GOD worship at the First Baptist were
Church, Starke.PENTECOST.L. given by visitors from and Mrs.. Edgar Dukes Jackson, S. C. Is visiting his parents Bro. ?'
Rev L. S. Williams, Pastor Park of the Palms. Two of these Bro, Barney Andrews was the Mr. and Mrs. Orville Brook-

8th &: St. Clair St. HOLINESS I testimonies were from young men, guest speaker nt Black Creek HamptonBy Ins.

college students, from Baltimore. Baptist Church near Green Cove This
Sunday School 10 a.m. 10th St. and Temple Ave. Community was deeplygrieved

Sunday Morning Worship 11 a.m. Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; Morn- Special music consisted of a duet I Saturday We night. Mrs..' .M. C.. Sweeney. on learning of the deathof
wish to welcome Mrs. Claude
II Sunday Evening Service 7:30: p.m. Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic by Mrs. Eugene Lee and Miss Thomas C. Chnstaln which occurred ,
Y. P. E Sesvlce Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone Edna Noegel, with R. J. Gomes at ''Sneed and daughter, Virginia. early Tuesday morning in GrocerySTARKE.
Prayer Meeting Thursday 7:30: p.m. welcome. the: piano and violin obligato byV. Miss Sneed Is employed with the :MKRTINd rONTINTKS;: a New Orleans Hospital. His wife

\ B. McKinney American Tung OH Co. TIIRir THISKF.K and son, Carlton, were with him'
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------- --w m mm ------ > R. J. Gomes visited his motherIn Mrs. R. F Gann spent several The Revival Meeting being heldIn nt the time. A dear friend, kind FLORIDA ,.
Fitzgerald Ga. Saturday and days boat week In Hawthorne with and esteemed .t, ..
Hall has neighbor citizen ol
I Sunday.A her mother, Mrs. Martin, who wall Inspiring messages through Word our town his loss will be greatlyfelt I SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY, APRIL' 1 & 2 .

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"In The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof I Tuesday night by the cong through this week, with Joseph 1 sincere > ,mJ1nthy la extended to /

The People"A regation when tho McKlnley Musi- -..: '- -, 1, Anderson. as speaker and the Miller his below.I ones TALLSILVER
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with varied instruments including COLONIALFLORIST Among out of town" visitors

I "converted" liquor glasses; the last week, taking an active part OLYONEy COW
Sunday School 9:45 Training Unions 6:13: latter probably producing the best In the services were: J. T. Quigley,

Morning Worship Evening Hour 7:30: mgnlc of all when thus used for R. J. Gomes. Rev. dough of
\ praise to the One all omnipotent. Starke Captain Frlerson Dnwltt
11:00: Wed. Mid-Week Service 7:30: '
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'I Jacksonville and Gaines- C. Burton of Graham. j
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MORNING: "Victory Over Self" regation. Mr, Wad-morth hostess. s
(j) The Ladles Council led its March OCTAGON SOAP bar 5c i
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FKIDAV. APRIL 1. 194'!)
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I club during the past year, to be- the District meeting to be heldin
Birthday Parties [ Surprise Party gin at 7 o'clock. Gainesville the latter part of

For Young Folks For Josephine Johns Hostesses will be Mrs. J. R. April.good! representation Plans were discussed from Starke.fora

Mrs Robert Green.
M Marvin Lawson was host to his Misa Josephine Johns wan entertained Miss Freddie Wimberly, Mrs. J. At the close served"' of the afternoon

third grade class at a party be- Saturday night at the H. Mixon, Mrs. Arthur Manasaa, Mrs. Webb refreshments .,
: tween 2 and 3 o'clock Tuesday !Keystone Heights pavilllon witha and Mrs. Leon -
Miss Nina Bishop
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TRAOIERS: We now have
of hIs
afternoon In celebration surprise birthday party honoringher Moorer. I
tenth. birthday anniversary 22nd birthday anniversary.The that Imnl-to-get practice |pupae|
Office RosldcncePbone The new officers for the com for students, ruled and plain In
Gladys Mooty pavlllion was attractively
The youngsters played games ing year will be Installed at this 1J size 89 (cent n-01...._
29 Editor Phone S3 ( t 8, In tho .school yard and prizes decorated for the occasion. Danc Mrs. Junius Smith, 9 x per
meeting by Telegraph
Bradford County
ing and were enjoyed by
awarded to the winners. The games
were Senior'oman's
,. F 6 F' president of the
wr refreshment table, also set up In the guests during the evening.

Betty Jean Horne Outdoor Supper r the yard, held a beautiful birth- Guests Included Mary Heintz, Club. WE GO ANYWHERE!
day cake which was topped withan C. W. Colson, Minnie Lee English,
Honored At Lovely Enjoyed By Easter Bunny with a basket of Merle Crlder, Inez Green, Perry Mrs. Webb HostessTo :\.v. Specializing In

Shower PartiesIn Tourist Club ten eggs. Multi-colored balloons Kite, Joan Bailey, Kenneth Grider, WCTU MembersA \ WEDDINGSBIRTHDAY
were given as favors Nancy Helntz. Wayne Llndsey, 4

anticipation of the approachtng TheStarke Tourist Club had a W Assisting Marvin's mother. Mrs Juanita Kite, Al Stefanelll. Hazel pleasant afternoon was en- "t'

marriage of Miss Betty Jean large attendance ,Tuesday nightat iY,1w M. L. Lawson, In serving were Fields, James Alvarez, Margie Joyed by members of the Laura ,.Mp10gtIpi\\ PARTIES
Horn to Richard D. Mayan its most delightful affair of Mrs, Ewell Lawson and Mrs. Jus Ma I.Ire, John Kemp, Josephine Scott W. C. T. V. with Mrs. 0 O. ANNIVERSARIESENTERTAINMENTS
April 10 a miscellaneous shower I the season, when members en- tine Pellum. Johns and Harry: Napier. Webb as hostess at her home last

was given Tuesday afternoon In I Joyed a I lawn supper on the Friday. _?. : :
the' Hacnpton Community Hall. cious grounds of Colonial pa-I f a, Little Carol Searing celebratedher Junior Club Will Two new members. were ....red.
Hostesses for the occasion were home of the W. H. Nollmana.Lon 1 fourth birthday anniversary Meet Thursday and six others paid dues. A devotional SPECIAL EVENTS of all kind!

'. Mrs. T. F. Brown, and Mrs. M. l>. B tables were covered In Saturday afternoon when her mo- period a roundtable discussion QUICK SERVICE O> PHOTO
Watterson. Mrs. W. A. Scott, and white linen cloths and had bas I elf ther, Mrs. Earl B. Searing, en- The Junior .Woman's Club will of Temperance matters, ,
Mrs. M. C. Sweeney. kets of garden flowers for centerpieces e tertained 35 of her little friends. meet next Thursday evening, and routine business occupied the Dl'v..l"I.lng,1, Finishing
As the bride-elect entered the Home-baked ham, fried The Easter motif was carried April 7, at the Woman's Club) greater part of the business session I'I
hall she was greeted by Miss Har- chicken, hot rolls, naiads, pies and out in the decorations of bunnies, building. after which a letter was I'' HOLLYWOOD CAMERA
''Vene Watterson who presented cakes were bountifully spread by Raster eggs, and spring flowers. There will be a dinner honoring read from the District President, AND GIFT RIIOI-
_. '\ her with a shoulder corsage of members of the club and served J \ Delicious refreshments servedon members who have joined the Mrs. J. A Adams, announcing |
red roses intermingled with sweet- with coffee and cold drinks. Dr. 111 the lawn of the Searing homeon
peas. Rolan R. Stoker said grace. W, Call Street.
Th lace-covered table was cen- Games and contests :were enjoyed Assisting Mrs Searing In serving I
tered with an arrangement .of around the camp fire, and her daughter's little guests
white roses, flanked by burning In the Gopher and "What lt" race were Mrs. Ressie Colson, Mrs. J.
white tapers, upon which the gifts Q. C. Kendall and Ernest Routt, R. Wainwright, and Mrs. W. H. OF CROPS
were placed. Spring flowers, with guides, tied for the prizes, both Hart tti KrTHE PICK THE
roses predominating, were placedto being awarded memberships In +, ,t r
advantage throughout the spaclous the L. H. C. Club, a branch of Mrs. Swinyer HonoredAt
room. Seats were arrangedIn the Starke Tourist Club. I'

a "lucky horseshoe circle" and Happy Birthday was sung to Surprise DinnerMrs.
Miss Horne was given the chairof Mrs. W. F. Swlnyer of Los Ciatos,
honor. Seated beside her were Calif., who was also surprised byE W. F. Swlnyer of Los Gat-

her mother, Mrs. J. W. Home, and S. Matthews asking her to oa, Calif., house guest of her sister -
:Mrs C. L. May, mother of the accompany him to the throne. LIt. I Mrs. W. H. Nollman, was delightfully -

prospective bridegroom. tie Connie Young of Jacksonville, surprised at a birthday
Sylvia May and Joan Sweeney guest of Mrs. Gladys Canova, pre
KKCKNTLYKOi: : : Mr. and Mi's. Joseph Wesley Thomas of Jack dinner given In her honor by a .
received the gifts at the entrance sented the crown to Mr. Matthewswho '-
It Mrs. sonville, whose marriage was an event of February 12. Before her group) of her old friends here MOnday ; '
and carried them to the shower placed upon Swlnyer's #
table. head and crowned her "Queen Ella marriage Mrs. Thomni was Miss Ernestine Moore. daughter of Mr. evening, at the Nollman home. b A&P's refreshing & colorful
produce displays are as as anAnn
and Mrs. W. Fred Moore of Lawtey.
Preceding the opening of gifts, Kate-Queen of the Week". Mrs. The attractively appointed din '
Marian Howe presented the Queen ____ tl .
a program of music and readingswas m ner table was overlaid with an \IQ-
given, with those taking part with a lovely corsage, gift of Ladies Auxiliary Mrs. Smith Hostess Imported Italian lace cloth, cen- l
being Miss Helen AdkIns, Miss Colonial Florist, and Emma Jane tered with a cut glass bowl of ? Crpf'j 'rd'Red
Edna Noegel Mlsn Harvene Wat- Canova gave her a basket of gifts Meets With Mrs. KiteThe At Dinner Party Plcardy gladioli. Flanking the

terson, Miss Norm Sweeney, Mrs. from the following Starke.merch- centerpiece were crystal candelabras -
ants: Canova. Drug Store, Hol- Ladles Auxiliary of the Mrs. W. Hogan Smith was. hostess
Anderson and Mrs. J. colored
Joseph with burning peach
Delicious 2 lt 39c
Miller lingsworth Real Estate, Lady Fair' wirst Presbyterian Church held at a delightful dinner party tapers. The beautiful white birth- Apples, >.

Assisting Miss Horne In displaying Beauty Salon, Barkadale'a, and Its regular monthly meeting Tuesday Thursday evening of last weekat day cake was embossed with red
her many lovely gifts were Florida Theatre. Queen Ella Kate !I evening of last week In the the Avery Inn roses. Cauliflower, Snoball, ea. 29c
Martha Horne, Sylvia May. Mar- preciously thanked the club and home of Mrs. J. R. Kite with 17 The dinner table was attractive the occasion with the
Hall. Norma Har Mr. Matthews for the honor and members and 5 I guests present. I with an Imported lace cloth, cen- Enjoying
garet Sweeney
hostess and honored guest were
vane Watterson, Helen Adklns, expressed her delight at being Miss Lucile Mitchell conducteda tered with an arrangement. of] Mrs. S. L. Peek Mrs. Miriam Celery, Fla. Goldenheart 2-19c
Joan Sweeney and Helen Jean back In her home town for a visit. memory test of incidents leadIng spring flowers..
Klckllter, Miss Dorothy Claire
Parker. Motion pictures and flash light to the resurrection of the r Enjoying the affair with Mrs!
up CORN Fresh Yellow
Klckllter, Mrs. D, E. Knight) Mrs 3 ft. 29c
The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. pictures were taken by Roscoe Savior Mrs. C. M. Turney gave Smith were Rev. and Mrs. J. R. J.M. Mitchell, Miss Lucille Mitchell, a ,
Bullington of Camera sketch of the life of Hill Rev. Sargent T. F. Wallerof
Archie O. Elland, served punch Hollywood a Missionary Mrs. Bertha Pearce and Miss Evelyn -
and cake. & Gift Shop and Ernest Routt.It I Joseph Parcel and the school at Macon, da.- director of music Southerland. DATES,. Fresh, 14 oz. 25c
Those attending the shower from was announced that next [ Tu con, Ariz. Mrs. W J. Chandler I' for the Methodist Revival, Dr
out of town were Mrs. W. A. Tuesday night at the Woman'sClub made a report of the hospital and Mrs W. R. Middleton Miss Several small informal parties Page KETCHUP 18c Bananas
have also been for Mrs. Golden 25c
given 2 lb.
Madge Middleton and Mrs. J. L. Ripe or
supplies for Foreign and National ,
Scott, Mrs. Robert Bark dale and tne Tourist Club club will
the week
Swlnyer during past
l Anderson.
little daughter, and Miss Edna have a White Elephant bingo par missions.
by her many friends here. Ann Page Chili Sauce 12 oz. 25c
Noegel of Starke, Mrs. W. P. Dur. ty. The committee for this eventIs The celebration of the Church's '\ Date ASPARAGUS, Bunch 39c
den and Mrs. Fred B. Dodd and composed of Mrs. Marian Car birthday was discussed and an Rally Changed
Mrs. Land HostessAt Earn Hunch Contains. 1 pound or More
daughter of Keystone Heights. ney, Mrs. Wm. Helntz Miss Min Invitation committee appointed. The date. of the W. M. U. Rally Ann Page Mayonnaise, qt. 63c
nie Bessent, Mrs. Bertha Pearce, Mrs. R. S. Fernandez was selectedto MonopolyMrs.
has been changed from April 13:
Miss Betty Jean Horne of Hampton and Mrs. Carl Wynn. Each club send Invitations to former members April 29. Mrs. R. N. Lasslter Ann Page Salad I Ddessing 29c Potatoes, Red Bliss, 3 Ib. 21c
member Is asked to bring a small of the Church. Motion was Martin E. Land entertained pt
who mill become the bride fl' W. M. U. President, will be Fla. ___ __8..I..t.. l Sizes Ww,1'd
of Richard May on April 10, was gift to be used as a bingo prize. made to purchase any needed guest speaker and the Rally Wednesday afternoon with a mon- '
the inspiration for a miscellaneous There will also be a surprise flowers for Easter. be held at the North Pleasant opoly party at her home on Lafayette Ann Page 8 0./1.

shower given Thursday after. feature in store, and all membersand During the social hour the hostess Baptist Church beginningat St. Spring flowers were Macaroni or Spaghetti lOc T-A-L-C-O F-E-E-D-S
noon from 3:30: to 6:30: by Mrs. all persons wanting to be- served refreshments to her I I 10 a.m. All W. M. U. members used In decorating. 8 oz.
8. O. Denmark, at her home on, come members are urged to be guests. i I Dare I asked to attend. Invited to enjoy the afternoonwere Tf.CO SCRATCH FEED
Bay Street. present.! Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Jr.. Mrs. Borden Chateau Cheese .25c 23 lb.. 89c 100 !s., 8.89

Arrangements .of ferns and T C. Hazen, Jr., Mrs. Robert
greenery were used throughout the Rev. J. B Dixon I' Barksdale. Mrs Olin White, Jr., Both For . 35c TALCO LAYING MASH

home in decorations. The refresh -I Mrs. Millard' Judd, Mrs. E. J. 23 lb., 1.13
100 lb. 4.43
ment table in the dining room was Honored On Birthday. H H1Yrll I Dowling, Jr., Mrs. S. G. Denmark, '
overlaid with a lace cloth and and Mrs. Freeman Register, Jr.
Rev J. B. Dixon was the guestof TALCO GROWING MASH
held a central arrangement of High prize was awarded to Mrs.
honor at a surprise birthday I I1 ? 23 lb., 1.13
100 lb.
greenery the bridal in a crystal motif were urn. Games'In played dinner given for him Monday even- r E. J. Dowling, Jr.Refreshments / 4; 4.43

the afternoon' and Ing at the Christian Church. \1p'lI all soon be hummln' tics these days Odessa Thomas ,' of strawberry
during prizes
were awarded to the winners. Members and friends of the "Take me out to the ball game", was elected vice president of the shortcake with whipped cream and /i NITTLKYOLEOMARGARINE:
The honoree was the recipientof church arranged a delicious chIck. for the season opens with a bangon freshman class of nurses at the cold drinks were served.

many lovely gifts. en supper party for Rev. Dixon April 10, when the Starke Lions Alachua County Hospital, and
Mrs. Denmark was assisted and 39 guests. The church ,,was are scheduled to play Macclenny Enos Hayes, U of F law student, WSCS To MeetThe
Hear the Lions have hAS been elected of the
by Miss Betty Denmark and Miss attractively decorated with Easter there president 21c ft.
North Florida PI K. A. Have WSCS of the Methodist
Elsie Lawson In serving refresh lilies, Queen Ann's race and fern. joined the League pledge group
ments. Rev. DIxon received many I consisting of Mandarin, Westcon- word that Lt. Thomas O. Ritch, Church will have Its regular pro-
Invited to enjoy this affair were lovely gifts from the assembled net, Green Cove, Macclenny, Key who Is enroute home from European gram and social meetings next
REA and Starke and who to have Monday afternoon, 4 at
thirty intimate friends of Miss guests. stone Jimmy duty was April S-U-R-F
Horne, her mother, Mrs. J. W. Hobbs Is business mgr. and Wally been released from duty April(1. 3:30: o'clock. Soap Powder
Home, Mrs. Claude May and UDC To MeetThe : Salano playing mgr. The local will have to serve' two more Circle I will meet with Mrs. L.
: field won't be ready for playing months his release date being set
Mrs. Horace May of Hampton. : S. Hutto and Mrs. Shellle Hall
W. T. Week's chapter U. until May 1, after which date the up to June 1 Glimpsed Helen at their home on Tenth Street. 2 Packages - 33c
I Lions expect to play two or three an' Edwin Marshall, former real-
WOW Notice D. C. will have Its regular monthly Circle II will be entertained by
business, program and social night games a week dents, now of Anthony, visiting Mrs. E. K. Perryman at her homeon 1

Members of the WOW lodge meeting next Wednesday, April eat friends. around town Sunday W. Madison Street.BEAUTIFUL PAAS EGG DYES
Camp 138, will hold a special 3:30: o'clock, at the home of A mysterloiw. phone rail Informsme 'Super Right' Quality Heavy Western 3 for 25c
meeting at 8 o'clock tonight, Frl- I Mrn. J. R. Wainwright on Clark that one local grocery (Green's, If Ella Kate Sulnyer'n blood BLOOMING Pot BEEF A-Penn
dny, at the Lodge hall. All mem- Street Miss Olive Ray will serve to be specific)' l Is now "shaving"; pressure l Isn't up by now It l Isn't ted Plants from 7Sc to $3 each.- : LIGHTER FLUID lOc

bers are requested to be present. as cohostess.I's Its onions-whatever that means the fault of her old friends. In COLONIAL FLORIST! Phone 218. T-BONE STEAKS lb. . 90c
Maybe you can figure It outI Starke and members of the Tour Kilzum INSECTICIDE, pt. 25c
....----- -,-----------:. can't Hear that Cpl. D. L. ist Club No sooner had she CHUCK ROAST lb. . 53c

Thomas, who has been serving two recovered from the birthday surprise Staley's Cube Starch, 7 oz.. 2-13c
years and two months In the by her friends at a lovely nib or Brisket Stew lb. 29c!
; CIC Division Army, Sendoi, Japan dinner party Monday night than '.BIII Staley's Waffle
Is expected back on Call the Tourist Club added another n'': FRESH GROUND BEEF, lb. 45c Syrup 12 oz. H.c!.

KochsAgain Street this weekend with his discharge surprise by selecting her "Queenfor STARKE lona FLOUR 25 lb. 1.49
theVeek" and showering her
In his pocket i Welcome

/1 home! Glad to .see. little Gene with corsage, gifts, and all Sun, Mon., TIM**., Apr. S,, 4, 9 'Super Right' Quality LAMB: Ion a FLOUR 10 lb. 63c
I Barton out of the hospital after Surprised ? I'll say she was! -
dislocated Ruth Baker still thinks her hus- ONE TOUCH OF RIB CHOPS ">. . 85c
receiving a hip In an Ion
i band played a trick on her whenthey a FLOUR. 5 Ib. 33c
FORBASKETS accident several weeks ago 1 went fishing Monday at VENUS Square Cut Shoulder Roast lb. 59c

'Klngsley Seems he baited D-E-X-O Shortening, 3 n. 82c
4 1.E4S.TER Swum that CalNtrerterv are her hook with a "sure proof" Koht. Walker, At'a Gardner BREAST & FLANK STEW. lb. 23c

3"A I iloln all right In Gainesville poll.M I lure' ((80 he said)-the best fn the Ale News & Short White House Tall MILK 3 35c
bait box Ruth thinks 'twas

? GRASS r; n .A tr mighty funny, however, that every 'Super Right' Quality Milk Fed Western Ann Page French Dressing pt. 18c
member of the family caught one 1Vr1., Thun.. Apr. A. 7
Ly j fish after another-'cept her! VEAL: Bright Sail BLEACH
t TOYS DOCI1LE FEATfKK: quart lie
I .. : RIB CHOPS tb., . 69c
..r'ly"l .h I could have seen
y RABBITS Grandma an' Grrjidpa Stump The Smugglers BRING
while they were attending their CHUCK ROAST. .. 50c
r EGG DYE grandson Freddie's 8th birthday With Michael Rrdgrate GAMIILE COUPONS!

.4 party in the kindergarten room ALSO IVORY FLAKES
And CANDY GALORE st Monticello Monday of last week Sunnyfield Sliced. Rlndlesa BACON ">. 6)c) )Urge Package. With Coupon. 23c
Bet they entered right Into OUTLAWS OF
._ .r .. ,r.r l ALSOCOMPLETE the spirit of the thing! Bill SMOKED BACON SQUARES lb. . 29c)
e Mundy says he has a good fish RIO GRANDEFrl. 0 X Y DOl.
v LINE story but nobody will believe itso LARGE HEADLESS SHRIMP lb. 6oc:> : 2 Large Pkgs, With Coupon. 41c
he :won't even bother to tell
( COSMETICS It. But these the ,., Sat., Apr. 8, 9
anyway are TIDE
sfi% Quick! Frozen HADDOCK FILLETS, Ib. 39c:
-4 facts: As Bill was reeling In a
IKH11LK FEATt'KKTarzan : 2
Large Pkgs., With Coupon. tic
TO MAKE YOU LOOK trout at his
one pound KIngsley .
2 Quick Frozen PERCH FILLETS, lb. 33c
H / t 1 1STUART'S dock tother afternoon, a whopping and His MateWith
1 AND FEEL TOPS 10-pounder (according to Bill'sestimate CRISCO
TI 't ) struck the small fish, Johnny' Welwiuller Quick Frozen Headless, Dressed Whiting m. 19c 3 lb. Can With Coupon. Sac

FOR EASTERALSO swallowed it completely, broke
Bill's line and made off with lure, ALSO

CYCLE SHOP good] story anyway-even If you Lone Star Pioneers
don't believe it! I, 1 lb. . 40c
Koch Drug Store Temple Ave. &: 10th SL U'Ith ""'tI,1 Bill" Elliot': 3 tb. CIRCLE. $1.15 1

Starke. Florida So lung See you In the next Plus bartuon 4t Serial RED COFFEE 1A.- 44cBOKAR 1

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Friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Charles Knight of the University Mrs. N. D. Wainwright Jr. returned WMU Board NoticeThe J

Schafer and small daughter Nora of Florida, will upend this Monday from Colorado : :

who have resided at 202 N. Cherry weekend In Starke. Springs, Colo where she wall visiting W. M. U. Executive Board epB}. "OY.DEE SERVICE Phone

iom St. for the past three years Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ray and Mr. and Mrs. R M. Lee for meeting of the New River Bap- Mrs.\
[ will be Interested to learn that Mr, and Mis R. G Davis visited two weeks tist Association
will be held 1 at
Mr. Schafer who has been with the Worth Club on :Normandy Ladies cotton house dresses
the. Navy at Green Cove Springs Drive nnd Jacksonville Beach Sat- : J1.98. S2.9S. $: .t) > & S3.93: 2:30: p.m., Friday, April 8. in the

THE N VrlS during his residence in Stnrke urday evening. at STUMP'S: HEP'T. STORE. First Baptist Church Starke. Alls Men's J J11111

.. II begins a 6-month tour of sea duty Hurls. I>..tlH..n crisp Cottons. Mrs. Marye Lamar of Jackson \ '. M. U officers and chairmen" ALVAKLZ STORE Establish, : ; m
IMr.. and Mrs[ Joe Arnold and this week. His wife and mall lead the frond! for Kw't.>r. \\'1' ville visited her snn and daughter-' and Association officers are requested j jres

Mrs L. E. Miner of New Smyrna duughter. Jackie accompanied by daughter will reslJi- ;with Mrs. hats theta sixes. I 9 to 15. Other in-law Ciipt and Mrs. W W to attend.

and Mrs Harold Ford of Mr, and Mrs. Bill Goldman and Schnfers parents Mr. and Mrs.G. Cotton $3.!>5 up. 1'NO our layaway Lamar at Camp Blending last

Cooon spent from Saturday Samuel Thler of Green Cove I L. Kersey of Starke duringhis plan for KaM: .T.-NM: .\KTSIIOPPE. week LIMANNK:.> :MOMCTTK; The Tourists And Transients ,

Springs dinner at absence. !! Mrs. E. T. Vestal has returnedto
through Tuesday with their mother were guests Food
I, Powell.Mr. Jack's Beach Mayport, Jackson Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Alvarez and Mr and Mrs. Robert Green and her home in Jacksonville after !Miand Mrs. William W Mon. Our .
..Mrs.and Mrs. S. O Denmark and ville Sunday daughter, Lucille and Miss Doro- daughters Gayle and Marlon Rose, spending the ,winter with Mr and ette of Birmingham Ala. announce 1 lint we still hate time "..
thy Johns were visiting In Lake spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Nate Dyal and family.Mr. tho birth d
Miss of
Sylvia Morse hE'rspl'ng a daughter Linda
Mr. and
were visiting .
son Steven Mrs AI Manaasa In Fernandina. .1J to the home folks .
City and Jacksonvlle
\ from her studiesat on Sunday. and Mrs. M L Lawson had
Roger Ward In Jacksonville holidays Anne, born March 21 a"t the Jacksonville
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Davis had
!Spring Gabardine nulte & I .
Stetson with her Mr Sunday. March pri'clate business
Sunday. parents! aa their guest Naval Honpltal. The Mon. your
as their guests Monday evening
Pre Easter- cotton and silk and Mrs W. R. Morse the early rntluml for clearance at LEILAS 20 Mr. and Mrs Oren Welch of cites are residing at the F F
Barney Franklin of Philadelphia, try to please our friends
dress' nalootton 5.95: & 1:960- part of last week and the latter Dress Shop Pa. Dade City and Mr. end Mr. Roy Flume" home while Mr. MonetteIs I Kftl/jONr H
of the week In Miami Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson and family of Tampa. A
Mlktt 10:03 and 14:95 at Leila part as 1 Holm stationed at Green Cove Springs
LEILAS Drew Shop the guest of Miss DeVerne Bryan Sr. have as their guests this week Mrs. H. A. Leigh of Jacksonville I birthday dinner 'was served in
ut her sister and niece. Mrs. W. Mul- spent a few days this week Still Serving Our Famous Business \
and Mrs. I. C. Roberts of and Miss Thelma Hagbcrg In honor of Mrs. Lawaon'a mother CK.MKTF.RV WORKING
Mr. Hialeah. lln and daughter Johanna of Philadelphia with Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasleyand Welch _
Author Texas are spending Mrs. LUNCH( 50c
Fort week visiting Mr. Roberts' GLADS. assorted: 594'. $1.30. Sunday Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. J. W. Kincald. KKAITIU'L' BLOOMING: Pot- There will be a cemetery work-

this mother MrR. Lula Donavan and $2. and $2.50 |per d..z.-'OI.OS. her guests Mr. and Mrs. A. W. I Mr. and Mrs. James New of t..d Plunt. from 75c to $3 rtuh.- Ing at Elzey Chapel Cemetery GUIDON GRILL

Bister Mrs. J. D. Matthews. IAL FLORIST! Phone 218. Anderson Jr. and Mrs. Edward I II I Atlanta Ga. have moved to the COI.OMXL FLORIST, Phone. 218. Friday April 8. All Interested

Mr. and Mrs. E. M Davis had J. Schwab enjoyed a sightseeingtrip home of Mrs. New's mother, Mrs Mra Curl !Miller Is leaving/ today come prepared to work \ KOPFIwOfSOSHot : .f.
Dr. and Mrs. M B. Herlongaccompanied at their Sunday guests Mrs. P. I to St. Augustine and the John Milllgan on Eighth Street, for her home In Miami after O P. Hale iF.O.
Mr. and Mrs.
by E Stone Miss Mamie Anderson, I beaches. where they plan to make their I spending two weeks with her par. i
Robinson of Jacksonvillespent i
Claude Mrs. S. G. Minton and son Mike : Miss Kathy Struth spent the home. Mr. New started. working, ents Mr and Mrs. S. W Halaten, __ __ .
the weekend at Lake De- and Mrs. George Earl Thomasall I I weekend In Jacksonville with her for Humphrey Gold Corp. Monday.. Mrs Carl Jackson and VV T. Think m mmIt (!

La ncy.Mr of Archer. I aunts Mrs. W L. Edwards and HFKCIAL awit. O-irnntloriH, $2.SO Jackson visited their son and bro Weather{ Ix C'oniing .t-it-, C A
and Mrs. Leslie Biggs and '. I Mrs Leah BauknightMr & '3.50 per Kloz.-COLONIAL I in St Luke's t
Mr. Jackson
and Mrs. J. \\ Carr of ther, Robert ,
children Barbara and Leslie Karen Norfolk Va were the guests of I and Mrs. Lee Dyal and children FLORIST Thane 218. hospital Jacksonville on Sunday UIIITK I : :\1C) 'ST\lS r t
of Kingsley Lake are staying Mr L. of Ocala were Sunday guestsof Miss June Patel of Jacksonville to his home in _.__:;.. : 3 pc.
and Mrs A Davis Sunday Robert returned .\1.1110.: : r.\I,
temporarily at the former Mrs Mr. and Mrs Fred R. McQuiston I I Mr and Mrs. Harold Kite. spent the :weekend\ with her father. Keystone Wednesday and will I I
E L. Biggs' home on N. Walnut So.i> the new stylus In Boys and Van Patel and family
who have crutches for seven weeks
pent the past two be on
street Col. Owen Griffin of St. months with Mrs R S. Fernandezleft Girls. !shiirH. & !SandulM. All .rotor. Mrs. Janie Avery was hostess having broken his ankle last week. ; 75 lb. Capacity & LAWN
Augustine spent Sunday with the adze'. and widths-SMART. !!:
Hitch and daughter .
for their home in Pittsburgh to the directors and officers of Mrs. N T.
BiggsSi. Pa Monday stopping at Fort Arthur SIIOPPR.! the Starke Chamber of Commerceat Dianne, Wlldwood' were guests I (illI.T I
.. the new MjlrH. In Ladle Texas: while enroute Friends of Mrs. Alton Dobbs I luncheon last noon at of Mr and Mrs Floyd Green and '
( Friday \ml 1 ( l'si
& Play !Shoe' for Easter.All ICE BOXES
Drettt will be happy to hear she is
getting I
the Inn, Mrs. Carrie Rltch the early partof
Hlarel widths Ato C.sMRT .- Mr. and Mrs Glenn E. Wood Avery C4.
along nicely In the -
SI10PPE. and sons Glenn Jr. and Bill, of Mary Mr and !Mrs. W J. Hntlicock and the week.If .
Lawson Hospital in Palatka where for aliortiiiin Coiixltli-rt. il The !licit 3 3. 8
looking $
Clewlston visited !\fr. Wood's you are
Mrs. Ann Cross left by plane par the I Mrs. Florence Farmer of Jacksonville
underwent an operation Tuesday The SM: .\KTMIOI'PK
Tuesday for Little Rock Arkheie ents Mr and Mrs. George B. of lest week.Mr visited Mrs. Hattie Hath- .> In mid MT mirt. On 'III.Market:
lied the death Flynn over the weekend. cock on Sunday ha* them In all slats Compare This!l
\\ she was en by i and Mrs. Guy Andrews visited
of her brother-In-law. Star Brand children's sandal Mr. and Mrs, Rufus You. Ann Johns spent the weekend' and Lt colors Col and Mrs. James A. t- $59.50 $;ill Set!

*. Red brown & white, at mans in Adrian Georgia over the with her cousin, Bruce Durden Griffin of Camp Blending were
STUMP'S: DEP'T. STOKE. weekend : at Jackxonville Beach.
APPLI.\XCESCiimmerrlnl Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Box and Mr. New shipment lad it's' hats: visiting relatives In Lakeland over i Sates! :Money On lie Built Tit Lust. !
and Mrs A Wells Stump, the weekend!
daughter, Joan, of Jacksonville who have spent the past monthIn 'at STUMP'S: DEP'T. STOHE. Is In Columbia I'WKS' 1 KSH!' (Color. Nice \
Mrs Eimtls McKnlght
DomestleSALESSERVICE visited Mrs. Box's parents Mr. 1 Mrs. Marion Howe and Mrs
Miami were guests of Mr and ..
S. C. due to the seriousillness \ny 'nSEHTA
and Mrs David Kelly Friday afternoon Mrs. F. F Stump Monday and Jessie Young of Stnrkc and Mrs. *
of her mother Mrs. E. L.
Tuesday while enroute to their Lena Srhothauser of Hamburg:, la .
Mrs. Langston Is confined
R. B. Alvarez manager of the home In New York. : toured to Tampa and Clearwater. Langston. In "PERFECT; SLEEPER"Innerspring ;
to the Baptist Hospital
KEYSTONE Starke State Farmers Market was Emmett Gahagan of Savannah last Saturday and Sunday where Columbia COFFEE
sent to Plant City this week to Ga visited his mother Mrs Mat- Mrs Howe observed work of the Mattresses Only 49.50
SERVICE. Inc. assume management of the State tie Gahagan over the weekend ; Chambers of Commerce In those Mr and Mrs F. C. Orr, who .
llardware-LBmbvr. -Palnta cities have been residing at 1 Klngnley No:.> Mutton !Snuxilli Siirfiu-B Unlit to La*>t $ 9
there also attended
Market during the absenceof GLADS, assorted: 30<', $1.30. They the .
KKYHTOtF" ''':IG''TI.!! FLA. the manager R. E, Johnson.Mr. $!. and $!.30 per dos.-COLONIAL Calvary Baptist Church In Clearwater Lake, have Bold their cottage 10 \ritr' (iiiurantep Nothing K<|iial to It I

Phone a and Mrs. David Kelly were FLORIST: Phone.. 218. on Sunday and radio station there and are moving back to 'ii' ,
1 their former home on Ashford St.,
L. \. R'Illlar.on. nepres.ataIIve weekend guests of Mrs. Kelly's Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hutching'sWere WFLA. I
Jacksonville, next we..k.Mr. LIMITED NUMBER LINK .
nssrssspsrrprrrrrrrss>> brother Isaac Lewis in Monti- in Jacksonville Sunday visit. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Judd and
cello last weekend ing their daughter Mrs R. G Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mnton of and Mrs Nate Dyal and I
from Roll Away BEDS _ 15.95
All wool suits on Halo for 29.50at Dodson.Mr. Detroit Mich were the weekend son. Tommy were fishing

I.IEIA'! Dress' Shop. and Mrs. Harley K. Strong guests of Mr and Mrs. Millard Sunday Bluff Lodge on the Ok- Mw to hr un extrn. .bi-d for .'oml"'")". Futile" up out Mahogany Glam
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch of the Jr. and daughter, Helen of Atlanta Judd. lawaha River Sunday with Mr. For Beautiful Living
and Mrs Lee Ayres and son, of tlii way. Itiin't get taught short for .sit little. !
State Farm had as their week Ga. arrived here Mondayto Mr. and Mrs G. J. Lambert and
end guest Miss Hazel Willis, of spend two weeks with Mr. Mrs. Clara Lewis and daughter, Frank Lee, of Ocala.

- .f) Campbellton. Strong's parents at Kingsley Lake Clara All of Tazewell Va., and :Mrs F. H Long had as her
I 'Trade At Denmark's And
Mrs. Ruby Johns and son L. Mrs. Virginia Lambert of Blue- guests over the weekend Richard 25c'I f

M. Gaines, spent the weekend In field W Va., are guests of Mr Long of Clewlston, Bill Long of
.i I MOTHERS: Register- TheN St. Petersburg visiting Mrs. Johns' and Mrs H C. Childresw. Gainesville, 'and Mr. and ( ;'

_, Baby For ValuableGift sister. Mrs. W. W, Underwood. Mrs Myra Varnedoe of Palatka Mrs. Comer A. Long of Jackson tIT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER

S-Sgt. James O. Grlffla arrivedat was the recent guest of her father ville.
At Our Store
We offer the people of Starke the home of his parents Mr W. P. Smith, who has been ill. Mrs. N. B Rosier, Mrs. N. T Furniture
and Mrs. Gaston Griffin on March SPECIAL 811..1.. Carnation. $2.50 Ritch and Mrs. Carrie Hitch spent
(;Z;;'- ;
Monday In Jacksonville and while
and \lclnlty one of the most .'Msst 9 after serving in the Pacific & .150: per doz.-COLONIAL
) and European areas for the past .FLORIST Phone 218. there visited Mr. and Mrs. T. J

modern and finest equipped I i)9 t4.J" two years. Jim will report at his Van Patel and daughter, Dottle Griffin who are guests of Dr. and PHONE 151 STARKE

base in Orlando April 9 wherehe were guests of Miss June Patel of Mrs. C. C. Mendoza

welding shop anywhere.All WEAR will reenlist for three years Jacksonville Tuesday evening. Oth- ,

making nine years In service. er guests of June's were her slater
Work GuaranteedSMITH'S Everything fur the Child Mrs. D. B White of Fernandma Mra. Margie Galloway of : '

GARAGEAND From Birth to 12 Years Old arrived here Monday for a several Palatka, and Mrs. Galloway's Save EVERY Day --- By Shopping At YourJITNEYJUNGLE

RONNIEDONNIESTORE week's visit with her mother, Mrs. brother-in-law Harrison Galloway

Cella Manassa. of Jamestown N. Y. June was a
MACHINE SHOP Gotham Hold: Stripe nylon I contestant In an amateur program

Temple Ate. Starke I 228 E. Call Starke ho..e. at STUMP'S STORE. at.the Colonial Restaurant,
Mrs .J. B Sapp and Mrs. VIE. I singing "So In Love", a new hit

Bradley were visiting their sinter tune from the Broadway show, .tTIIERES
Mrs F A. Moore In Gainesville "Kiss Me Kate", and won second

Every Branch of over the weekend. prize. The Patel Sistera, Margie

Herbert Hogan manager of the Dottle and June sang a trio -f

INSURANCEH. A & P meat market, Is getting I "The World Is Waiting for the
along nicely In St Vincent's Sunrise" and won third place.
hospital '
The program was rebroadcast over ; NONE< BETTER; Self Rising or
In Jacksonville after undergoing D LIQUID CLIANIR
an appendectomy last week. WOBS Wednesday afternoon Milliard & .
Mrs. S. T Dell Sr. of Gainesville The prettiest Easter" IJreniw Jungle I Queen COFFEE

C. WALL AGENCYPLEASE Is the guest of her sisters I I you ever saw for little girl. & D BODY POLISH F LOUR39c

Mrs. Joe Wilson and Mrs. J. M I"JT girl", In variety of color D POLISHING WAX

PIIONE 146 Brownlee this week. and material at the SMART: D CHROMI CLIANIR lb. 25 tb. .- .
Mrs T. F. Grady left for Chicago SIIOPPR.
Constant Service Over 50 Years III. Wednesday to join her Mrs. Harry Houston and Mrs.
husband for a two week's visit A. Durden were visitors In Gaines. THE. mST:
Mrs. J. W Kincaid has returned vllle Tuesday Southern Lady Pure Lard

from Tampa after a week's visit Lt. Col. and Mrs. James A e

1 and was joined by Mrs. C. C. Griffin have as their guests this Salad Dressing Toilet Tissue /}.Galion; ctal41; 1
CLASSIFIEDLLVANNEB I Hoppe who Is spending!! this week week Mrs. Arthur Clark and son,
with Mrs. Kincaid and the O L. I of Palm
Boyd, West Beat
.1 Reasleys. 3 rolls 25c 55c
Ladies' slips SI.9S 52.m> & 49c
.. Rar( whlto Motor Co. qt
: rOPNTY LIVESTOCK: INSURANCE: write a 11 iin : Rays SlriN & Andrews
:MAUKKT. Auitlon Halench W..d.! lire, automobllr. liability and orn, short .pnnr*. long pants. $3.95 at STUMP'S" STOKE.

owned Jr.. I'h.*I10M operated: 1.1 v.by oak J. I'Kla.Otlom.4-1 n life*..d 1....see N. D m Wainwright for your lnnuranc Jr? It* I rout, extra long & short 1'01-1 I :...... ..,'---..:" .., ANY "FLAVORJELL0 PLANTATIONMeal. coou;
W. Cal; St., Phone 164. tf T-HhlrtM, port .ihlrf. etr.-MM: .\

FUR "WALE foal 'R portaMn. 1.\HI lip I'hna. Mrs. W M Brydon anti J daughter I Grits R-l-C-E I
RESTWHILE C. fh' .ph..'r _Court Ae_\I"dIRonl't._ tf Mrs Robert McLean of Es. i

YOU SLEEP! 2."I.Olun'11.-, 4A l..tali.d M-lnrli A.TCell I/nll.t.lf11 repaired A pnmpa(0 end and condido while Mrs Calif F.enroute F,were Stump to guests Danville last of week.Mr Va.. C 07c2 3 pkgs. 21c 5 lb. 19c 2 lb. 23c

MATTRESSESRENOVATED Phone 13, or Writ to: Mrs W B Mundy and daughter
J. ,. R I IIKIT.Macilfnny. '\ :
Fin S4tflyrKlt Clair Jean were business visitors Rogers Bros. IILACKEYEPEAS; UNCOLOKEDOLEOMARGARINE:
In Jacksonville Thursday of
KJ-.XT: after Apr I : d nil. apt last week.
Almi 3 J-rrr, apt.Ir.: .. Kinney
One Day Service 20' V r-t-'rw t" 2'p 4.4 Sunday dinner. guents of Mr.

FOB RENTrr apt Bloc range and Mrs. George Anderson and ,

CALL 51-W a in.r.rrl".I'.:n<"I"..."":yard* hot. wine wat..r Mr. C'OM|. C. Wynn, Urt>r.k. .iiU Apt>., Htarko tt. Anderson home were: Mr. and 2 lb. 19c .
Mrs. R. L. Epperson. R. L Epper

STARKEBEDDING \\ANrhlf: 1...<1 hBl>y I.. in .n".1 l lronilitiun son Jr., Miss Maffla O'Shea of
Writ t. U. L"ox 11 1.* St. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. W

Co. stark. J. Epperson Jr. and daughters, M-A-R-K-E-T FRUITS &
9 O-U-R
Corers Mary Sue and Sally Ann of Starke. APRIL
Also Slip SELL YOUR TIMBER Mr and Mrs Hollls V. Knight t

& UpholsteringFOR NOW attended the Annual State Bar
Association In Clearwater the Fresh round{ Hulk lb.
Highest!! Cash Prices Paid B. H. S.ATHLETIC Good Potatoes 10
1 Franklin latter part of last week. Mr ,
automatic-draft wood circulating heater: 1tarp WILL BUY IN BULK Knight Is president of the Eighth Pork lb. 21c
l coal-burnlnr Sausage -
h.,.t..r. Mnth In nood condition OR IN UNIT Judicial Circuit association. FIELD ,
_Rr.rf| >,r" (r-nimtv 'f.I.l .irrnnh tf Featuring Starling Silver by Lemons 360's doz. -

ATTRArTIVH FITRVMHED un- EDWIN W. PECKOr International l.imt and Alvin ,
furnl.hfd. apt. Close In. flairable. Apply' John W. Turner LEILAS! ......'. Shop I SPONSORED BY Fresh! CountryBackbone

Colonial All Inn'on..nlrnc.501 W. Jlla Gainesville Fla. a secretary of the Board of'I, lb. 43c Fresh Cabbage lb. 2
"1Ht.T. nn: 'lake: 3 nwMl.rn Iiatnlnc furn* aahlna.N.ar cottage. Foreign/ Missions of the Presbyterian - grn.
let. hlway"Fla.'W. "r S. itllver J"'f<.' ..Jj. *, Send me a postcard and I Church visited Rev. and :, Starke Lions
10 .I.Jk.n hlwuy' 100. 4141II1s1' will come see you. Mrs. Warren Kaufman on Mon. Golden; Ripe
day. The Trulls have spent a''' Swift's

Wt.rk.. Sat shoe noontime Krpalr: .blerk near' grained or' In FOil sALFR.t: ..f Al I.. r.uifean golf, winter vacation at the park of BENEFIT FUND FOR EYE GLASSES Good Bananas 3 lb.
leatherette, upper blllfoM ,on. rltib (5 matched Ironn 1 matchedwnoda Palms, near Keystone Heights
taln.d r.c.lpt. mail", to "lIl1d.nn" l>..II..r hag>. II n value. Sliced Bacon lb. 49c ,
*M. m.m.r R. Hudson K war,

lIepa lr.' I
: : : U>fn.r
Rt. .*, box repair 411!)Job. Ju*.t W.beyond Hcfcmldt.Far. Wr..king Corp tamp R1andinl.wJ. the A. Z. Adklns summerhome Pork Liver lb. 33c Beans 2 lb. -
flier Market. liPo''H. on Klngsley Lake this week. : ,
) HAL.K: Thoroughbred l'"r<>. ininnt'Lt.e a'll.<-., Fla..r Phone, See the assortment! of dress I FROM ANY:' :MEMBER: OF THE.; LIONS CLUB

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l Dr. J. M. Hembree and Dr. II.II. Adams-Physicians and Surgeons. ;; Mrs. Ethel Kyle Technician in charge of X-ray Department.Roy .
M. Ward Business Manager. Miss Helen Van Gorder Supervisor of Laboratory.

:' Mrs. Maude Mott Bookkeeper and Records Clerk. Mrs. Marian Long Clinic Nurse.

i -, :Mrs.,Buna Jones-Anethetist and Operating Room Supervisor. ,. Mrs. Norma Curry Secretary to Dr. Hembree.

:I .' -*". A. I& Holiday Operating Room Assistant. Mrs. Bobbie Studstill Secretary to Dr. Adams.
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Mrs. Myrtle Hamilton Operating Room Nurse. Mrs. Margaret\ Jackson Switchboard Operator.

Operating Room colored assistants: :Margaret Parks, Robert Mrs. Delores Colley Dietician and Housekeeping Supervisor.
Bryant, Joe Gooden. vii i ii.
_...' Colored cooks: Ollie Brewton, Isalee Mitchell, :Martha Robinson.
Mrs Anna S. James Supervisor of Nursing and Nursing Care ,
Nurses: Elizabeth Ingram, Ida Merritt, Carolyn Connolly, Colored maids and orderlies: Elsie Hendrieth, Ruth Mitchell.
Evelyn Sutherland, Sarah McCall, Martha Hazen, Ethel New- W Josephine Akins, Walter Ruffin, Chas. Cummings, Ruby
some, Nora Patray, Frances Stephens, Winona Killingsworth, Clark, Joe Collins, Mary Ella Coleman, Aleen Thorns.
TbcLua Ftokc:, J.t'cmaVilson, Eva Ray.

; Now virtually complete in every respect after a year and a half of remodelling expansion -
,; and the construction of an entire new wing, Starke's Shadycrest Hospital and
Clinic is today fulfilling a long-felt need in this area. It is recognized by the American
I I Medical Association Register of Hospitals as complying with all. essentials of registered .

Started back in the summer of 1946, using as its nucleus the building occupied by
the Southern Bell Telephone exchange during the war, the hospital was ready to admitits
first patient on February 26, 1947. Work has been in progress ever since that time,
however, with the most recently completed unit being the Clinic building seen at left above,
which contains the offices of Dr. J. M. Hembree and Dr. H. H. Adams. This wing is con-
nected with the main body of the hospital at the rear, the whole forming U-shaped
Y floor plan. The entire plant is steam heated, and the new wing is air conditioned.

t:4: f..i' ;;::?..' The shadycrest has facilities for 40 adult beds, 12 children's, and 10 bassinets. It is a ; '
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WAITING ROOM at the Shadycrest Hospital i 1st a bright, attractive f Venetian blinds and colorful draperies complete the picture.

and tastefully furnished room where friends and relatives of ,,,
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desk in the Shadycrest business office. She is bookkeeper -f', ',
and records clerk.

SIIADYCREST HOSPITAL ',l"t 'j. We are happy to have had the

opportunity of furnishing part
answers a long-felt need
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in Starke and surrounding H.
area. We are proud of its SHADYCREST AMONG ,": ,.' SHADYCREST HOSPITAL
staff and facilities and ex- HOSPITALS IN STATE I and extend our heartiestCONGRATULATIONS
tend heartiest congratula't''t '
In an interview with the Telegraph
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tions. yesterday J. B. Williams _
manager of the Anderson Surgical -
FLORIDA I BANK .. "'l Y ..'I' ,. Supply Jacksonville, stated that ANDERSON SURGICAL
he personally handled the sale of
A T STAR K E d equipment to the Shndycrest Has SUPPLY CO.
,. pital -and that it Is "one of the
40-42 West Duval St.
r MEMBER F. D. I. C.BRADFORD. 1 better equipped hospitals in Flori
da". Phone /5-2560 Jacksonville, Fla.
Mr. Anderson stated that he 4
P travels the entire state and that
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the equipment and facilities found r r ''' ,
r'"'' "" .. In the Shadvcrest are on par with r.....".".....,.. .......
thorn usually found in hospitals
"For Instance. the Shadycrest x.
And Surrounding Areas
TO haa two resuscitators so that If OFShadycrest
anything should go wrong with O FSHADYCREST
-Are To Be Congratulated HospitalSETZER'S one, the other can be putIntoShadycrest Hospital
Instant service Many hospitals!
on having an institution have only one," Mr. Williams HOSPITAL
pointed out. The very latest in Harley F. Strong, '/
of the high calibre sterilizing equipment and other
i SUPER STORES Shadycrest.facilities was he also said.Installed In the JEWELER And feel sure that we are joined by allOF'

other citizens of Bradford County andSHADYCREST
HOSPITAL surrounding area in extending congratulations
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It is a pleasure to extend our sincere CONGRATULATIONS and best wishes to this creditableInstitution.
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wishes to the hospital and itsefficient AND
staff. .'B E S T WISHES
Bradford County t for .
T 0 I
having this,MODERN We are proud that we had

INSURANCE HOSPITAL I the heating system in this .
fine institution. FORD SALES & SERVICE

Service 50 Years" '
"Constant Over
Please Phone 146 HART FURNITURE CO. 902 North Myrtle Ave. PHONE 118

Starke, Florida AND SUPPLY Phone 4-3791 Jacksonville, Fla.


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The Shadycrest Hospital has the necessary equipment and "' '
operators! to render the following services: Some idea as to its value to the community, not only in providing

1. Electrocardiography. modern hospital facilities, l but> as a business! asset also, is
2. Basal Metabolic determinations. 'r' I seen in the fact that its staff at present totals 40 persons, with a

3. Roentgenologic facilities both for x-ray, fluoroscopy, y ,.,K s .,._.W.-- monthly payroll in excess of $6,000.
and stereoscopic x-ray. lV & 4 )' I.
) Comparative figures recently released by U. S. hospitals show
4. Modern fracture table and other equipment for bone work.
that the average daily cost of caring for a patient increased from
<, 5. Full surgical facilities I *.
,, $6.83( in 1911! to $15.80 in August 1918. The Shadycrest reports
6. Proctoscopic and sigmoidoscopic facilities. s a' + ?"+) '
j : that its average daily cost per patient is $12.G5just under, the.
7. Pneumothorax equipment and facilities. ; -
,:..,, T. -- I ","." \, ..,' .t I national I average.
8. Well equipped nursery facilities including incubator and ,ij 1
resuscitator equipment. Ii! \ s ,

9. Cystoscopic equipment and facilities. ,. "
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10. Physiotherapy equipment and facilities including dia :: l-, .....Jt. "
thermy, ultra-violet, infra-red, and massage r .
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11. Complete clinical laboratory facilities. +



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MRS. IIUNA JONES, Registered Anethetist, has general supervision of the
Operating Room, Delivery Room, and is also in charge of special treatments.
The white-tiled operating room at the Shadycrest is a model of perfect appointment
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stereoscopic" x-ray. She is in charge of this department.
MISS IJoJ.J(; :N VAN (;JOHDIOU is Supervisor of the well-equipped
laboratory that provides complete clinical laboratory facilities.

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Dr.J. M. Hembrce_ and Dr. II. H. Adams-Physicians and Surgeons. __::1 j Mrs. Ethel Kyle Technician in charge of X-ray Department.Roy .

M. Ward Business Manager. Miss Helen Van Gorder .- Supervisor of Laboratory.
Mrs. Maude Mott Bookkeeper and Records Clerk. '" ti Mrs. Marian Long Clinic Nurse.

Mrs..Buna Jones-Anethetist and Operating Room Supervisor. 1 Mrs Norma Curry- Secretary to Dr. Hembrec.

*" A. N. Holiday Operating Room Assistant. Mrs. Bobbie Studstill Secretary to Dr. Adams.

Mrs. Myrtle Hamilton Operating Itoom Nurse. Mrs. Margaret Jackson Switchboard Operator.

Operating Room colored assistants: Margaret Parks, Robert Mrs. Delores Colley Dietician and Housekeeping Supervisor.
A y Bryant, Joe Gooden.
: Colored cooks: Ollie Brewton, Isalee Mitchell, Martha Robinson.
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Mrs. Anna S. James Supervisor of Nursing and Nursing Care
Nurses: Elizabeth Ingram, Ida Merritt, Carolyn Connolly, Colored maid and orderlies: Elsie Hendrieth, Ituth Mitchell
Evelyn Sutherland, Sarah McCall, Martha Hazen, Ethel N *w- w Josephine Akins, Walter Ruffin, Chas Cummings, Ruby
some Nora Patray, Frances Stephens, Winona Killingsworth, Clark, Joe Collins, Mary Ella Coleman, Aleen ThornAJ.
Tbtlma. : Ptokc:, Leoma Wilson] Eva Ray.

Now virtually complete in every respect after a year and a half of remodelling, expansion ,
and the construction of an entire new wing, Starke's Shadycrest Hospital and
Clinic is today fulfilling a long-felt need in this area. It is recognized by the American
l ( Medical Association) Register of Hospitals as complying with all. essentials of registered .

Started back in the summer of 1946, using as its nucleus the building occupied by ,
the Southern Bell Telephone exchange during the war, the hospital was ready to admit '
its first patient on February 26, 1947. Work has been in progress ever since that time,
however, with the most recently completed unit being the Clinic building seen at left above,
which contains the offices of Dr. J. M. Hembree and Dr. H. H. Adams. This wing is connected -
with the main body of the hospital at the rear, the whole forming a U-shaped
.. is heated and the wing I it air conditioned.
*--- floor plan. The entire plant steam new

-- : The shadycrest has facilities for 40 adult beds, 12 children's, and 10 bassinets It is a + +/ 7
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WAITING ROOM at the Shadycrest Hospital irf a bright, attractive Venetian, blinds and colorful draperies complete the picture..

,,1 and tastefully furnished room where friends and relatives of
patients may pass the time in comfort, in pleasant surroundings.



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:MRS. MAUDE MOTT is the genial personality behind the .

desk in the Shadycrest business office. She is bookkeeper .:. '
and records clerk. ;
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.I 1 .! ..' We are happy to have had the
I opportunity of furnishing part
answers a long-felt need c s; ',;
tlffch ., of the
: equipment for
in Starke and surrounding 1 :.:C \ .:<" f.

staff and facilities and ex .1. HOSPITALS IN STATE I and extend our heartiesttend
heartiest congratula- In an Interview With the Telegraph CONGRATULATIONSANDERSON
1 tions. \ yesterday, J. B. Williams, _
manager of the Anderson Surgical .
:' 'lf .\ Supply Jacksonville, stated that ', SURGICAL
I FLORIDA I BANK :" a .. "'r, he personally handled the sale of

A T STAR K E \ .. equipment to the Shadycrest Hospital SUPPLY CO.
-end that It l Is "one of the
40-42 West
.\' better equipped hospitals In Flori
da". Phone 3-2560 Jacksonville Fla.
Mr. Anderson stated that he -, 4
travels the entire state and that .
the equipment and facilities found .
or ... In the Shadycrest are on par with ..,. I'" _


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And Surrounding Area TOShadycrest has two resuscitators so that If OF
anything should I go wrong with 0 FSHADYCREST
#' "..'Th Are To Be Congratulated Hospital I one, the other can be put Into Shadycrest Hospital
Instant service. Many hospital
on having an institution have only one" Mr. Williams HOSPITAL
SETZER'SSUPER pointed out. The very latest In Harley F.Strong, ./
sterilizing equipment and other
of the
:<0 high calibre
..".:'''f 0 F'. STORES Shadycrest facilities was, he also said.Installed In the JEWELER And feel sure that we are joined by all

other citizens of Bradford County andSHADYCREST
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: HOSPITAL surrounding area in extending congratulations
:" : and best wishes
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It is a pleasure to extend our sincere CONGRATULATIONS
... best wishes to the hospital and it. AND
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Bradford I County for .
having this :MODERN We are proud that we had
S HAD Y eRE S T HOSPITAL: the privilege of installing ANDREWS MOTOR COMPANY

1 INSURANCE HOSPITAL 1 i the heating system in this: .

fine institution. FORD SALES& SERVICE

"Constant Service Over 50 Years" :

Please Phone 146 HART FURNITURE CO. >902 North Myrtle Ave. PHONE 118

Starke, Florida AND SUPPLY =i! Phone 4-3791 Jacksonville, Fla. .

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1. Electrocardiography. viding modern ho.-rpital facilities!', but at a business! asset: also, la
hV tt
2. Basal Metabolic determinations. seen in the fact that its staff at present totals 40 persons, with a

3. Roentgenologic facilities both for x-ray, fluoroscopy, :' ;., monthly payroll in excess of $6,000.
and stereoscopic x-ray. ;, rot,, d9 -
f N w t 6 uti Comparative figures recently released by U. S. hospitals show
4. Modern fracture table and other equipment for bone .''' F ,'t + ;
I. that the average daily cost of caring for a patient increased!' from
!5. F u I .
$G,85 in 1011! to $15.80 in August 1913.!) The Shadycrest reports:!
6. Proctoscopic and sigmoidoscopic facilities ) .-
I.. j 'i that its: average daily cost per patient is $12.65 just under., thenational ..
7. Pneumothorax j ,
equipment and facilities: T.
M \I average.
S. Well equipped nursery facilities including incubator and
resuscitator equipment. w1L
9. Cystoscopic equipment and facilities. ,
10. Physiotherapy equipment and facilities including dia- .- ':--,,,
thermy, ultra-violet, infra-red, and massage

11. Complete clinical laboratory facilities.

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Operating Room, Delivery Room, and is also in charge of special treatments.The .
white-tiled operating room at the Shadycrest is a model of perfect appointment -

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PAGe Eiaar 1919
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Ilmenite Mine Livestock Market I Week's Berries fly haven. C'ronby An CI Ierk, J.. of C.fluid Boar. of Public Instruction----t
Circus clurt.1 4-t 5t -?u
1 Rogers '
Funeral Today Sale Listings 1'. Frank Landruni tnuik,
Stronger .
:: Readied For Early Ally for I'lf.. 4-1 .
l >o<'l.-e of Intention to Introdue

Production Here For T. C. ChastainThomas W, F. Moore, manager of the I Bring $23,342The IWanted Here April 9thEven %OTI !.: to Ih*-voter ami tax payers Notice M.ri-lnl In hereby. .I.on Klven that a bill

Farmers Produce & Livestock Florida.nf HriiOruril, County, HtHlo: ut will be. Introduced In the 1949! Florlrta .
(Continued from Page 1)) Gainesville\ reports that eiclHlatlirv. to I lie entltlxd: AN
Market !Mrs Marian Howe, Chamber you am hiM-ehy advised that there ACT Ue The operation, which will be on C Chastaln 55 resident "We had a much stronger sale of pant seven days saw Bradford (if Commerce secretary, and In sunny Florida spring will b. |ir..npntvil In the LewlHlutumnnHPrnlili.i1 ..., of all'he 1'ieetrs of Pradford
I In TitlluhuHHim' Florida County Florida Hefore .
of the Inn
member tjualIfled
a round-the-clock three-shift( seven of Hampton and a cattle this week. Prices were $1 County strawberry growers loCal 1 realstate dealer* stata Is official when a circus comesto Mt the next HvMHlnn. thereof u 8mtlaf I|; to Vote In any Kind or El ".-
County Commissioners there l I. town with It's splendor Act au.horl.lnot the Hrliool: Hoard Ion to ba ""lcI l In Said County
Board that
of their need ;
experience heaviest week of an urgent for spangles
will mean to $1BO all slaughter & of Bradford t'unt. |I
of Bradford County for nine years the I lifting of houses ami apartment and the many wonders of sue bond or other itvldenra of procedure for Havlnw. nald tt..
season, 2,434 crates I -reiriHtratlon -
a 57,000 weekly ($330,000 annual) died Tuesday In a New Orleans graden. There was a good demand shipped of four room or more. the Big Top.Roger's Indebted ne... for the .,......trlll.tI..n t : AntI trovldlnfr for the
for stocker cows running $2 higher from March 23 through March .loci l maintenance of a fttadlum or Compensation of the Hupervlnor oftsicistrati'n
payroll for the Starke vicinity. hospital. He had been In ill health It li reported| that the new Bros. Three Ring Circus athletic field, on the premlnen, of I } and hlN aHHlMtant, for

Eighty; men will be employed on for aeveral years and had recently than last .week's sale. 30. Average price was $((1.t&0 per activity at Cecil Field U. bring.ing will exhibit here on the afternoon the In the Hrudforil,'117 County of I Ilark.high..'... llradford..h".1... I I, Hervlrea ration. Hvndered In said. Ue.ftev

the day shift and CO on each of entered the New Orleans hospital HOGS: No 1, 19.40; No. 2, 19.10; crate bringing growers a total of many newrvmen. to Htarke and night of April 9, under County Florida.Dated > I __ J. HohertH. UepreHentatlvi
Um two night shifts. The for treatment.Mr. No. 3, 18.60; No.4. 18.10; No. 8, $23,312.06 for the week's ship in the search of homing accontmcrjatlonv. .- he: auspices of the Lions Club for : April I I. 1H1.If. I Hratlford.. County, Florida.
1' Muman. HiipHrlntttinlent., 4-1 St 4-2U
.p ration la definitely on a long- Chastnln was born In Lake 17.47; Light B's, 16.en: ; No. 1 ment. : the benefit of the fund<.1 to buy

j term basis, with deposits apparently City. August 7, 1891$ and livedIn Heavy 1900; No. 1 Rough 16.60; Growers reported plants needing All property owners. with eye glasses for underprivilegedchildren.
tnsurlng at leant from ten to Lake Butler and Starke before vacant IIOUHOU, and apartment, GARDENIA TOURIST' HOMEMrs.
No. 2 Rough, 16.00. rain with a sudden burst of hot
20 years of mining. several years if four room or more are ankedla
to Hampton
moving to their advance
I C. J. Bastedo is general superfntmdent BRO. lie was employed by the CALVES: Good 26.00; Medium sunshine favorable doing weather some in damage.Louisianahas Un- : lint. them at once with the According, the circus Is streamlinedfront agents L. A. Hennolds, Owner, Starke. Fla.

of the project and W. J. Denmark Furniture Co. In the 2.1.00 to 26.00* ; Common 20.00 to held back heavy shipments ;I'liumher of Commerce.I'erwniM to back and is entirely new 100 S. U'ALNI'T' NT.' STARKK.: KLA.

I I Splrelle construction engineer. capacity of salesman and later 23.00; Culls. 16.00 to 20.00. there although five cars were reported ulio have listing* this year. It will set up on the ON U. S. HIGHWAY SOl STATE: 20.l

manager for a period of 15 years STEERS & HEIFERS: Good Up out one day early this with C'hamber that have stare high school athletic field.

} Farm Bureau After moving to Hampton he operated to 2600; Medium 22.00 to 26. week. It Is also reported that |-cntcd are aked. to notify Mrs. The circus boasts of such stellar -FOR SALE-
of retail Ice delivery 22.00. I.", '" HU that those for
Meets a fleet .. 00; Stockers 18.00 to Chadborne N. C. had 100 crates looking atari as Frankie Lou Wood first 20 Itoonm; 14 Bedroom Furnished; 2 Bath (too", ..; I Jan Floor
Tonight He first electedto urrommoiUitiofiH \illl not .Im In-
trucks. was COWS: Common 19 00 to 21.75: ; one day this week, and the yield lady of the air her aerial fantasy Furnace; 2 Circulating Oil heaters; 26 Venetian ItlliuN, All

t I The regular meeting of the to Board of County re-elected Commissioners Cutters 17.50 to 19.00; Canners there will skyrocket soon unless onv..nl'nC4'C1 plucen that by. being' ....nt to her production of the HollywoodSky .beds. have InnerKprlng maitre......"*. Linens. Blanket, top In-
and art already occu
L: I Bradford County Farm Bureau In 1012 In 1910 1911. and was 10IS. He 1.00 to 17.50: ; Stockers 17.00 to late cold Intervenes. It la believed pied. Ballet Jimmy O'Dell and his cluded. Large Neon Sign on Highway., Lot i
will be held Friday night April member of the Hampton 20.50. however that Bradford Ellghschool Horses the Skating Block from 1'imt. 01 flep.a .
I :I. at the courthouse at 8 p.m. was a the Masonic BULLS: Medium, 21.00 to 21.75: ; growers will enjoy at least another Cantons, Captain Eddie Kuhn and
1 1- to be handled at this mooting out too much Interference from performing In a steel-bound arena
lows and Woodman of the World. "We have several feeder andtockvr Continuing For
other sections. I and others too numerous to
nnd all members and friends many
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. buyers for cattle on next ;
of the Bureau are asked to at. Jessie Krncstlne Chastaln: one Tuesdays' sale who want several The total movement from here Choir FestivalWeekly mention.All .

tend. son, Carlton Chastaln both of urn of cattle. Make every effort this season up to date Is 18,846 rehearsals In all the organization carries -

Hampton: two brothers, Walsh to get your cattle In early as were crates ((678,4:;>6 pinta)' for which the regular monthly supplementIng rehearsals -- 250 people and 07 performing

I l' Church Of God Chastaln of Brndcnton and Z. C. assured of plenty 'of buyers growers have received $182,08861. for the Church Choir Festival animals.

Chastnln of Lake City: three sisters for next Tuesday and every Tuesday The'seaMon's average price has Doors to the big show open at
Plans o be held at the University of
Homecoming Mrs Ella: RUBS and Mrs. thereafter" 1\rr.Moore, states. been 27c per pint. Florida, will continue here each 2 p.m. and 7pm. The FLORIDA FUEL Co. .

I The annual home coming day Ester Rivera, Lake City and Mrs. Monday evening at the Woman'sClub

will be held at the Church of Shrllle Crews McAlpln. Old Time Revival under the direction of Mrs. .' ... "' rn 11'tilrL.LU '\....

.. .' God Eighth and St. Clulr Streets Funeral services will be held Ag Committee Still On At HamptonThe Edward Charbonneau of this city. i t; Has:, purchased the Hosier Gas Companyand
4 the 10th of April. Dinner will be Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock In The Church Choir Festival tobe 1iTj-j;; : :::::::::::'

spread at the church. The public the Hampton Christian Church Old Time Revival Is con. > conducted by the Division of :j[ 1jm! i! ; is now under the management of

I la cordially invited to attend. with Rev Fred Dodd and Rev. Formed Bv C of C tlnulng at Hampton community MusIc and the General Extension isl t-l

I Raymond Roberts officiating. Interment hall. Many have made their definite Division of the University of RRI RAY W. MAPELWe

will follow In Crosby Lake stand for Christ and there Florida, Is open to churches of all : : ::::::::::.

cemetery with Masonic rites in Formation of an Agriculture Advisory have been some outstanding con- faiths In Gainesville and towns

W.C.T.U.ALCOHOLIC charge of the Lake Butler Lodge Committee of the Chamberof version One man near the six within 30 miles of the university The following births have been will be pleased to serve you

1 assisted by Bradford Lodge. Commerce was announced yesterday ties came forward city.
i with his wife. at Shadycrest Hospital:
:i'j'j BEVERAGES OF Arrangements are In charge of by Guy Andrews, presidentof In his testimony he called the Residents of Starke have been Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lamar with Butane Gas, Caloric and

ANY KiNg), DO NOT MIX WIT DeWitt C. Jones. the organization. attention of the audience to his rehearsing each week under Mrs. Baxley of Doctor's Inlet, a daughter arland; Ranges, and Servel! and

\ I POOTBALL," NAYS HEAD Personnel! of the committee will gray hair "You s..e. folks, I have Charbonneau's direction. Mrs. Margaret Ann born Mar 13.

C AC1I. DON C. PEDEN OF NOT A IIONB POLE be comprised. of all professional served the Devil for a long time. rhurbonneau, a graduate of the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bynard Dearborne appliances.FLORIDA .

t OHIO UNIVElL ITY. I H. A. Bishop of the Starke Telephone agriculture workers In the com. Last night was the first time In New England Conservatory of Sullivan of Starke. a son, Harold

DO NOT LET ANYBODY TELL ,, Co. wishes to correct an munity and representative farmers my life when Jesus opened up the music has wide background In Michael, born March 11.
"1'011 DIFFERENT. Item made by the1! 7th Grade Com-' from enrh section of the county. way for me. And from now on I concert and radio work. She has FUEL
I Mr. and Mrs. Jack
(NATIONAL VOICE.) mlttee In Its. report published.last,, \ Farmer members will be given am going to serve the Lord." sung extensively In churches Dempsey
Clarke of ,
Lawtey a
week In which It was stated thata honorary memberships In the Fourteen adults and some children -' throughout the New England
Ann born March 16. Phone 193 Starke Fla.
certain telephone pole was sup Chamber and have been selected came forward for salvation states. ,

I.l t-r----rrpsrsss-srrr SS4 ported by wires only. Mr. Bishop an follows: on Saturday night. All Interested persons are asked Mr. and Mrs. Willis Barkley

states that the pole In questionIs Pete WolnwrlghtLa.wteyJomea The services to attend the next rehearsal Monday Griffis of Maxvllle, a daughter
NOW IS THE TIME begin each nightat
I a light polo and not a telephone Rosier-Evergreen 7:30.: The Musical Millers have March 28. Delbert Sterrett, Sara Mae born March 12.

J FOR pole. All poles of the Starke Frank Norman-Melltaronn charge of a half hour of special of the Division of Music will con- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Dewey

'Telephone Co. are In A-l condition, Leon Conner--Starke numbers on varied instruments duct the final rehearsal In Starkeon Sellers of Ralford. a daughter
Mr. Bishop says. April 18.Guard. Emma Lou, born March 12.
; Ira Wilson-Doatdrain Their son, Robert who has been
Mr. and Mrs. Earley Braward
Clydo lIer..eYTheressaFrancis singing radio
programs since
Thomas of Starke a son, Richard
MengHamptonReddish he was three also takes part. To Have Arlen, born March 21. .
Andrews-New RiverN.
GUARANTEEDW Rev. Anderson announces his Mr. and Mrs. John Clyde Jack.
J. Davis-Graham SUPERIOR
topics. as follows: Friday "Seek. son of Lake Butler a son Bron-
Ralph HazenBrookerCarl ing A Bride" Saturday "The zell Pershlng. born March 21.
Johns Starke businessman ',
W Is chairman of the committee and man on the fence"; Sunday two Army Day DisplayAn Mr. and Mrs. Buster Downingof ti in every sense of fine and upright,

We have everytilag; you big services. 2:30: p.m., "The Great Green Cove Springs, a daughter
other members are: T. K. McClane
need for the small plot or Secret", and 7:30: p m.. Twentieth Regena Ann born March 22. 19.1 modern serving and unusual carefulness -
I county agent; R. B. Alvarez.manag..r Army Day program will be
Century Miracles". .Mr and Mrs. Julian Preston
farm in against needless
,, guarding
State Farmers Market; participated In by the local National
Everyone welcome. Come and Roberts of Starke a daughter
z ALSOCOMPI.ETE V. R. Ferguson vocational agriculture Guard unit next Wednesday -
bring your neighbors Lola Elaine, born March 22. expense.
LINE Instructor; C. L. Currte night April 6..The Companywill Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ray Perryof I
HARDWARE ITEMS veterans on-the-farm training program have a "County Fair" display
Starke Vivian
a daughter Sue
FARM Instructor Herbert Deal Rosier Gas Sold for visitors the functions
i IMPLEMENTS ; showing born March 27. DeWITT C. JONESPhone

t TOOLS, ETC. Farmers Home Administration> director To Florida FuelRay : of the unit In operation some

: Guy Andrews, president C of the equipment the company
_ 7 Starke Fla. _ _
Y SERVICE of C E. L. and Is
the It set
; Matthews,; publicity.Mr. Mapel who has been In uses; way up. .
i Andrews announced that the fuel business In Live Oak for 'Some member of the unit will be In' ('Irrillt' In Court.( linnrrr"llritilfor*. f oiinty.Klfirlilm Funeral Director Ambulance ServiceOur

i thi> committee will hold Its first the past five on hand to explain the functioningof .'Ini.. I..MIS Th""-''. I'lnlnlirr, VKPulton .
bought out
NICK: LINE OF years ;:
Tlnilcll I i''teuia' nl ftii" local funeral home enables us to offer conveniences and
ttTUA WATCHES & HANDS meeting Thursday night April 21. the Rosier Gas Co. on March 1 the various displayed tools No. 7J20Oril.
Supper will be served and the and Is operating under the name and Implements. Among the displays ..*r .>i f I'lifillriithin.. .\nI services not otherwise available.

place of the meeting' will be announced of Florida Fuel. will be a telephone network, 8TA.TK a.'tl.M'I'OK K .tpp.'ur I.UHJOA to: .
r SANDERSWATCH Illtl'r.'Touch radio and other means of com Pulton Tlriilfll', i .s'I.se rpMlflont-e I.: r rrr
Mr. Mapel states that his aim 70 St. 1'hlllip Ktreet, REPAIR Is to give prompt and courteous. munication. A short movie "Citi I. Mouth rarullna. : t/harlmtun We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and
WmmUIIOES Of Venus'Is zens in Arms", will be shown following Yon .are rtMiiitreil\,: tn appear on accept ANY; life Insurance policy In force issued by ANY
service In the of butane
serving May 2. IIM'J. I hi til* uliovt minterl
1 3,4", X 7" I.04'.\Tll) IN HOLLYWOOD gas customers and gas appliances. the display.( I I'ourt nml vuuKf. wherein plaintiffI company as payment In part or In full on a funeral.
Gay Musical The Is Invited' to this tllvorrw & custody A
public vale
$1.50 To Park"One open house event, Friends and t'oiioty Teltjriapti she Ii piilillnh thin
Coming the McNeil home on Park Place.
BRADFORDHARDWARE 'all StiTi-t ill RaIlroad! families of members of the unit tinier In next fi,"ur w..l ,
and other service tny hand uml oI'icIaIesiti ._..,.. .- e'I
Touch of Venus", gala personnel are at Starke' Klorlila' thin March -
CO. ST.AIlKr{ :, FLA. Guardsmen Get "
movie edition of the Broadway urged to attend In order that they 30 1149.IUPP1CI.AI
Mr A r.\ A. J. Thomas
stage comedy classic will grace $2,375 PayrollMembers might have some knowledge of A. Clerk ul. Hnld. Court.
how the local unit functions and Ftv Havf Cr,'Hhy, r>. i*
. ,_._ _._ the screen of the Park Thtate '
---- --,---,-_._-__ ,1k14.ph I. klppsr 821 (lr'tshesnI
Sunday Monday, and Tuesday. -of the local National its purpose. I llclir., JurkKiinvHI", FlcIIi.Atty I
Robert Walker, Ava Gardner Guard Company received their tor JMf. 4-1 4t 4-2J Easter Special!

I HAVE THAT OLD MATTRESS and Dick Haymes are co-starred quarterly pay checks from the ,,

In the which has been Finance Office In Fort McPherson .
picture Army In flrmlt ""..1' Bradford Count*.
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produced on a lavish scale. this week in the total .d. I. I kmnrrrr.f
>. ,,'. Murrny t'lnlntlff., VK. AniitnilaIf .
REMADE LIKE NEW Regarded as one of the most amount of $2,375,00. Murray Defendant. CHUB No.

highly Imaginative shows ever Checks were distributed to the 7218
Order of Publlmflofi Anil
devised the gay story deals. with members of the unit at their regular Notice Ti .,1'1'....

WE WlhL THOROUGHLY; the romantic adventure of a sen. drill Wednesday night. Pay Transactions made through the Mm.TAT Anmmlik K, OP II. Murray!" I.titiI'wh,),"A.. reHlilonutt to-: i\\ 1 RAYON
timental window trimmer who .
for enlisted men ranged from $2.. E. A. Strout Real Estate Agency: mid adilremi I.: 141-44 Franklin ;
Avenue, PluHhlnK, New York: ,
falls In love with a life-like statueof
RENOVATE & RECOVER 50 to $6.32 per drill depending on Mrs. Elka Balm of New York You are required to appear on
Venus. The statue' turns out rating and length of service. sold 2 lots at the corner of Washington :May. 2, 19111. In the ahnve nuiiifdt'ottrt PRINT
to bei the of love herself and cau"... wherein plaintiff
goddess -
il'LAIN MATTRESS WITH and Clair Streets to .
St. .e..kn dlvurce. Hradforil Cuunty Telegraph -
". j and the complications which MINUTES rOKRKCTED Vasco V. Hazen of Brooker.T. shall ptibllnh this Order In ( i'cii DRESSES

NEW TICKING .. follow are hls"h entertainment.A J. L. Wynn of Hampton has L. Casey of Starke sold 80 next four... weekly my hand Issues.Wits and. offlrlal ,

specially'composl'd musical had a correction made in the mln acre farm in Graham to ShermanJ. Real at Starke Florlilit thin March I ,. :...iI'J-r') FORMERLY 5.95
FOR 9.50 TO 11.50 zestful 29. H41 .i s..;
score provides accompaniment
utes of the Board of Com .
County Rudd of Sanderson. <(>PPi-f\rj _!f"r\T." _& T Thfman
missioners meeting of March 7. NOWSI7ES
Vary According lit job anil The minutes stated that Mr. Wynn

<:.\Rl> OK THANKS' and M. Watterson
licking u'.eil. We wish to take this opportunityto regard to the closing "appearedin of streets L

J t thank the people for their kindness In the Indian Beach and Lakeside WOW/SHE SAYS A & :-i tI 99

JI and help during the illnessof Subdivisions on Lake Santa Fe." I If4RWO + \

I OLD MATTRESSES REMADE WITH our son. W. Howard Brown. Mr. Wynn felt that the wording *\-CASEOFjaXWAS \

We especially thank Pine Level of the minute might give the Impression \/ K'V 1 *

INNERSPRING CONST., 19.50 to 22.50 Church and Corinth Church for that they wanted the ::! !
1 their We also thank
lovely gifts. streets In question closed. He '
I the farmers who helped plant states that he and Mr. Watterson ,
INNERSPRING MATTRESSESMADE and work our crops. He Is now appeared to protest the ;
closingof \ \ I *
'I\\ )
located at the hospital Orlando the streets and wanted them \ ;,

TO ORDER 25.00 to 39.50 his address l Is: opened f t {, {:; J idw'.

I, W. Howard BrownTuberculosla lwI r-- d j ) '

Sanltorlum CALKMJMl: OK EVENTS' ( I '
:( 3rd Floor ;\ ,4
I: Orlando Florida Tuesday: Tourist Club.. at. Wo.. _
1 I -- -- ,,
..,, ;. .; ALL KINDS OF tie- would appreciate hearing I man's Club. 7:30: pm. \ \\I' Y \; i'i.1' ot}.. >ifb'( \4

L \ 1 j." "' FURNITUREUPHOLSTERING I l'I from his friends In Bradford i iI Wed. Rotary Club Methodist ":. :' I
; ,. .7. r, I I1 IJ I Counly. i Rec. Hall 12:15: p.m. ,
If': J '-1 "" ;;;1t )I II Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown i iI I 7:30:Wed.p.m.Thura.-. Llona Club. USO Bid* -- -:<- ."--::::.; !

lOOF Odd fellow meet. ,
... ..
I \lWOUI) CXH'NTVAs ...-=-_ I.
ipertVorknanshlp: the legislature convenes Ing Lodge Hall. 8 pm. -t-; ,.. -- "" 11-20 ONLY

I Tuesday April 5th I am going Sat. Amusement Games Catholic -- -
Reasonable Prices
k .
USO 8:30
rCall1'alatka / to DP away from my office and be : p.m.
In Tallahassee\ but I hope to be Apr. I'OW me..tlng.VOV

back home on each weekend andI Hall 8pm.Apr. $6'C/3 E; t700b Beer/

will be glad to see of .
any you 4 WSCS Circle meetings
9106. or just' drop us: a card and at that time.

i we will call and live you an estimate.!! Any Legislation that comes before 3:30: pm.6 i01 f:;.. Th price of beer can be loaded with
Apr. "County Fair" displayand
the Legislature In Tallahassee Open House National Guard freight or it can be loaded with flavor. Robbins'The
I that any of my people are : If you'd rather buy flavor instead of
., armory in observance of Army .
HASTINGS MATTRESS & interested In, or any Legislationthat ,c.: -. freight buy JAX Deer. JAX is especial.
[' comes before the Legislature. Day.Apr. I I- It tailo.ed
6 W. T.eek'. Chap. ,&1 ly to the tastes of the South-
that you ar against. I want
you east. And because you don't pay extra
i' IJ.PHO'LSTRYVORKS\ to let me know your wishes.You UDC, 3:30: p.m. for freia.it you get FIVE bottles of JAX Store of Values

may drop me a line In care Apr 8. WMU: Exe: Brd New RIver for the: price of FOUR bottles of "Long-
of the Senate Chamber, Tallahassee Bap. Ch., 3.30:: p m. at Starke -- Distance"
shipped beer.
% 710-712 Lemon St. Palatka Fla.. Florida. Baptist Chuurch. 'I.

_. .__. _._ Sincerely your friend Apr. 9 Circus sponsored by 11 IWIMQ COMPANY. a''O.VILLI, FIORIO.
i' --.-" - )
I. Charley E. John Lion. Club at BHS Field. I .

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Mrs. B. J. Eggers In Jacksonville .1 S a a
I Sunday.Mr. bln Vuu, South ('..roll"..: to Ifopfenwartner RTATW OF PI.OJMDA, lo: John ;JJ t '" '*, fo'iorlda, this. March'"
are requlretl appear on whom residence and 1949.,
and Mrs. Fred Johnson and State Farm Lawtey Dedan Section April'Court is' and 1(149,( cause, In the, wherein nhiivu': plum-mimnl ( erase addreiia: Long la:\ 9114),Island) inlrd. New' .Street York, Bell-: .A(orrifiAr.* Clerk of'HHAI.'eald )Court.A. J.. Thorn..

children of Waldo visited Mr. and tiff s..ok. divorce, llrnilford County, You are required to appear on Kv flaven "
Hf L. H. FXcfcRev. Mr.. Crosby, JO C.
n"le l
Mr "hlttle-
Loulne Norman By BryanBIRTHDAY By Carlton 1 shall this OrderIn April It, 1941).
Telegraph In
the above
publish named Thomas J.
Mrs. A. D. Norman Sunday. e e . e e : : :. Invert, Green COT
m-xt. four weekly Issues.Wltn Court and cauae, wherein plaintiff' Hprlnn-a d..
., Mrs. B. M. McRae and son; : .s niv Anne and official anal seeks divorce cuetnily A controlof Attyi. ('o..t t. 1-35 U 4-IX
DINNER C. H. Hickman of Union niHTIII),.\Y PARTY at Mturk, Kli'i Idut thin March' 16.IH4" minor rhlld., Hradford County
and and Miss Barbara Ritchieof >. -
Sgt. Mrs. Leo V. Ayres of Lynn Telegraph shall publleh thus Order
Cleveland Miss. are spending this Starke visited Mrs. T. N. Nor Mr. and Mrs. M. D Young were Springs, Ala. a former pastor of Mrs. Noel Heath entertainedfor CO 'FICI AI. 81 .\L) A. J. Thorn, In next four weekly (I..."..... In Clreult.' ('sect. Hredford C..t,..
An Clark of said. Onurt.Ity Witness Klorldm In ChaiM-vrr. -
toy hand and official seal
the Methodist Church.
week with Mrs. Ayres'( slater, man Saturday afternoon and were hosts at a dinner at their home Lawtey her daughter Marjorie Sun Haven. (Croiibv: p. C. at Htarke, Florida' this March K, Anna Florin Johnson Plaintiff
Mrs Ancel Norman. accompanied home by Miss Shirley Sunday In honor of their mother visited In Lawtey last Sunday and day afternoon with a birthday T. Frank I.nmlrum, I'II..rk.'o'I.&a.' & 1949. vs. A'h"rt' Johnson Defendant. Ca*..
Sgt. Ayres .
is and Mrs. T. T. Ftllyaw. The occasionwas was guest speaker at the church party. Outdoor games were en Ally for Plf 6 le 4t 4-' (OFFlCIAt.. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, NO. 72116.
being transferred from Cleve. McRae who spent Friday A* Olerk. of said Court. Order.1 Pebllrsitl and Netl.
land to the base at Orlando. I Saturday with Gerald Norman. the 87th anniversary of the during the morning service. joyed. Hoyt Dukes and Martha In rirrnlt. ('....... llrmKord. Cunnlr, Haven. Crosby D. C. '.SFAp1""I.n
birthday of the honoree. To have Mrs. Melba Partin Willis were the prize winners. KlovlUitt IN C lntHCvrr.Iloscmiinit Frank I.andrum, Htarke: Florida, STATE n I D A. red
representedthe ,
W C. Clemons and Roy Clemons Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forsythe of Turner H.vksn Plaintiff' II'"Y for rif 9-11 4t 4-1 Albert Johnson, whoae ronldeno
mementoes of the day pictureswere Lawtey faculty at the Florida The guests were then called Into "... iVt-ll lliiwlt Hykes, Pufundant.I'ttnti :Is Nu. 6 Went 132nd Street, Apartment -
and two children Budle and Connie Lake Butler were guests of the Nil 7t '4.ocirr No. 8, New York City l N. T.t
were visiting relatives at W. C. demons family and Mrs. made of Mrs. Ftllyaw withan Education Association! In Tampa the dining room and served birth. .( I'uhll..ellim end Entire) ', In Circuit Court. llrn.lford ('....nC,.. You are required to appear 001
artistically decorated cake that last week' Mrs. Jewell Roberta day cake and punch. There were to Apeeer. Klorlilm In C'Hanrerjr.Ituenell April 25, 1949. In the above named
Ruskin part of last week. John Clemons last Weekend. STATE"" : OK ,'1..11111'T...! Cecil Lloyd Cooper, Plaintiff v* Court and cause. wherein plaintiff
was a gift from her granddaughter taught for Mrs. Partin. about 20 present to enjoy this hush Hykl. wh...... rnnldnnve. and koulae Erlkji: Uouper, Defendant.Cns. ; seeks. divorce Bradford County
Mr., and Mrs. T. N. Norman Miss Neta Knight, who spent Mrs. W. C. Townsend At Miss Catherine of Lakeland happy affair with Marjorie. She xdclrrsn' IM 1 1 lit! Itawthnrne Str.el e No. 720.1Order. Teiecraph. shall publish this Order
her Mrs. Young Norfolk.. VlritlnlaiYou \ of ruhllrellon ind. Motli'e In next four Issue
last week: with sisters ;c.uih weakly
and son. Gerald and Mr. and Mrs. noon a sumptlous repast was was the weekend. Eldon Sapp and ions. Rudolph and W. C. demons Jr. and Mrs. nerved on the lawn to the following Mrs. H. C. Kelly Miss Youngwas all wish you many more happy April IH, ID411. In I ho alloy named. I' OK*. .' !. CI 11.11 A'.., at Htarke, Florida this Maroo '
Gladys Green has returned to Court and, cause, wherein plaintiff T.oulNa Rrlka ( .Ol..r. whose relduc 2:1.:( 1 I9.fOPKICIAt..
Joe Allen' were visiting Mr. and : Mr. and :Mrs. W. E. Fillyaw a former teacher. in the Jun. birthdays Marjorie "",'k.. itlvon-e, cure rtiNlodv AV eon- I IM unknown' : ( SEAL) A. J. Thoma 'I
her home In Jackksonvllle. and their eon. Tommle Mr. and true tif minor rlilldr. Itradfnrdt'liilhty You are required to appear on A. Clerk of ..1,' Court.'I'
'- lor High School. Mrs. A. r... Crosby, Sr. was the TtliKrHpli Hhilll iMibllnh this April' 25, 1949 In the above named dy Maven Crosby D C. if
AUTOMOBILE CHURCH NEWS Mrs. W. C. Ellis and their grand. Miss! Arthurlne Blanchard of guest of Mr. and Mr. A L. Cros- orilor In nest rmir' w...kly ImniimWltn rmirt. and cause wherein plttlntlffeeeka John J. Henderson. Esq: St Augustlne *
daughter Sallie Jenkins Mr. and s* my hand' and official dlvfirce. Bradford CountyTrlewraph Florida,
LIABILITY INSURANCE Last Sunday marked anotner Jacksonville visited her parents by. Jr In Starke'last Friday, ..al at Murks, Fin, this March It, .hall publish, title order Acty. for fit. '-35 4t 4-K
Mrs. \V. C. Townsend and their Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Btanchnri! Mrs. Arthur Hnll of JBcka'nvlllevl"lted 19." In next four weekly latitiua
God'shouse I ..
great day of Fellowship Dub and Nona Mr. (OI"' 'IC'1 H. J. Thorn .
children. Gall.
Although not It Is CI rk'of
compulsory Morning Worship service during the weekend.Rev. Mr. and Mrs. L. 1,. :Dynl A* nald Cuurt.Ky -
much !safer to carry LKMllty and Mrs. J. T Fillyaw and their Sunday. haven Crosby l P. C,
Insurance. I represent old was conducted by the Pastor G. children, Jimmte and Bobble, and and Mrs. Ballard Wilson J. H. llHrrlmin !.Mw Kxehanicv: Illilir\" .
only E. Cutshaw who pointed out that"God's : were business visitors In Lakeland Mrs. Ronnie Carlton and children .liifknoiivllle. Klmldu' Ally. for.
line reliable stock companies. Elbert Fillyaw all of Lake Butler rif. S-U 4t 4-8
Word-the Btble" last While were guests of Mrs. Kiirl _
there supper
Holy I Saturday. they enrolled
Your buslnea will be and Mr and Mrs. Ernest i
appreci never contradicts Itself, although 1 for weekend classes in Willis\ of Santa F. Saturday night Iv inn I ir c 01 ii r. ii\iivniiit
ated. Yarborough, Mrs. A. C. Davis '
C'Ol' r Ft.II"n. I'" ( utr-
today many false prophets are I and Florida Southern College.Mrs. Mr. And MrRel1y/ Holden of I' e eul': .
children Joyce and Clifton
129 W. Call Street the minds and hearts Santa Fo. visited Mr. and Mrs. L. Unity KlHhrr I K,'hi... Plaintiff vlOminoir ..
poisoning A. H. and Mrs
and !Mrs. Minnie Walker. Supper Harley I: K. K'lliw, Ilefrlidant. ,'".n
Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph of the people by teaching these guests of Mr. and Mrs. Young Mae Wells had as their
Phone 154 untruths He urged his congregation and of Mrs.! Fillyaw on this Important Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Biggsof F. Padgett Mr. Elmer: I :NOTICI1 OP" rrni.irATiovANI > AfPB .:RHTXTKllK

N. D. WainwriKht. Jr. to read and study God's Word day were Mr. and Mrs. Hastings. Mrs. Ruth Barthlowand Stokes, of this section and Mrs./ ,; 10'1.0111"(0: Knunatt: rr a.v
the mind 1>*. Kchitii, whn." ,Hli1iMiie, and ad qn I
dally thereby fortifying Fred of Mr. Harry Rlensdnle of Gainesville 1
son MUldleburg.
Ira Young of Lake Buter. drecs la. HIM: Jrvhm Pit' k, ChlciiKO' ,
i : and Mrs. T. S. Gilchrist of BruM.I made a business trip to Jackson liniu.U:
F 'F' l : COMMUNITY: CLl'll I I wick. Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. T. S. villa Monday You are required to appear on
April It, lMt! in the iibnv.i* luunr.lOnart '
Those present at the program Gllchrlat Jr. and daughters' of Severn! children In this section and cause, wherein plaintiffnarke ,
Attention Cattle & Hog ProducersSTOCK meeting of the Community Club Ocala. have measles and munipn. We hope divorce., und, restoration of
maiden n"" liradfnrd ""nlYTo"lrAph .
afternoon of last week will
Tuesday all be
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wainwright' they well soon and backIn .hall pulillnh thl* Order
enjoyed the presentation of lovely school. {i In it.xt four weekly Irons
and children Patricia and Clyde
SALE HELD TUESDAY OF EACH WEEK Folk: dances of foreign countriesby were visiting Mrs. Wiilnwrlght's E. C. Crosby and Rev Ellis of I!I I at AItiieiid Mtarke,inv Klorlda hand, ,and Ctrl,offlofa Much seal a.

tho sixth and fourth gradesof Lakeland were visiting Rev. Karl 1941OFFICIAr.. The All 'Round Tractor
With Highest Cash Prices Being Obtained u the Starke school under the father weekend.J. C. Starling in Bartowlast Willis of Santa Fe Sunday after Aa( "Clerk, uf. 8K said AT.court.My ) A.. J. Thomas

direction of Mr. L. A. Conava noon. Haven. CroBl, 1>. C.
Turn right at Ball Park on Waldo Oalnestllle Road onto and Mrs W. H. Hart. Mrs. Hogan Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Harley had Mrs Roy McDavUI and childrenof A. .1.. Thomas for rif.. Jr., Htarke J-tl, Flnrlila.Atty. 4t '4-1. 0' ALL 'ROUND THE FARM
their last week their
Smith also accompanied the children as guests Gainesville _
North Alabama Road and drive 3 miles were weekend
daughters Mrs. Nelson Blockker 'v flllrt'IT rui'iir.' lilt 'n.'Cllln Ell ALL YEAR 'ROUND
and was a Club guest. At guests of her mother Mrs. (
T. D. '
1 ot'">;r\, Ki.oiiiiiti ix" ( IIVNIlitllH -
to Stock Yard. of Atlanta Beach Mrs. W. L.
the end of this ('.al".
per. Bagget of Shreveport La. and Dyal.Rev. Jean JMnk", I'lalntlff vn, Wily buy a tractor that gives :you only pi t.tlme tenrlect, |
formance Mrs. Canova .
rendered C. F.
FARMERS PRODUCE MARKET, Inc. beautiful piano selections. The Miss Mattie. Harley of Jackson, regular appointment Padgett at filled Black his No.Unlii'i't 71, 0OUHKIl),./. Bunks. ".'..nIIInt. Cans Working time Is what count, and the Ford Tractor.*. i

Fla. hostesses for the afternoon were vllle. Creek Church Sunday.R. OH1 ITflMfATIONANIl such a variety of jobs that It "works more hours, save.
Gainesville NUTICK TO APt'KAUSTATH : "
Mrs. J. L. Williams Mrs. H. O. Mr.. and Mrs. Shelton Funk of R. Carlton and John Freeman : OK" .'1.1>1111'\ To Itoliert. more hours.
L. W. Cobb, Auctioneer W. Fred Moore Mgr. Bates and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell Boyertown. Pa. were visiting the made a business trip to High M. ItaitkH, where realdenott tn uilknown Ford Hydraulic Touch Control, Implement r..ltIea

and they served. sandwiches and A. M. Blanchards last week. Mr. 1 Springs Monday. You : are required (o appear on Control, Triple-Quick Attaching of

cookies with coffee. To add to Funk lived here as a boy, movingto Don't forget Sunday School at April IH,, 1911) In the .uhova namedfiinrt Implements.,. and the big Dearborn
and whureln plaintiff
the charm of the Club Room arrangements Pennsylvania when he was nine. 10 and preaching at 11 o'clock( seeks divorce raiiHf' A. fMiMtiidy. uf ralntirchild. line of implements makes this TilE

of Spring blossoms years old. There are only a few Sunday morning. B. T. U. at ,'. Bradford. this t'niinly Order. all 'round tractor. By all means,

Come By And Ask For A were placed at Interesting points people here now that he rcmcmbored. 6:30: and evening services at 7:30.: Teli In next>.Kraih four shall weekly publish,InHueM.Wilnmia come In and get the facts. You

Prayer meeting inv hand and official seal will like our parts and service ,
at Mlarka, Klurldit, thla March tI.I" ,
DemonstraU.n Of Mrs. J. B. Segree of Macclenny '
night at 7:30.: departments too.
Everybody wel. \)( ,
spent Friday night and Saturday come. (OKh'tftAI." SKAt.) A. J. Thomas,
with her brother-in-law and slater, Aa Clerk of said i'nurt.
r I "Hv haven Croehv. D. <*.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams. RisingBy IV' (.nc"'IT oinr.. Ina 11)Fn/ttl. K. O lirown. Sluikn. Florida.' AU,.. DIXIE Inc.
*" ('o'''\'r'.U.'I. l> /111r. r.ir pir a-lt 4t 4-. EQUIPMENT
No Static I Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Engram ('H:M V.Winnie ,
had as their guests last weekendMr Mrs. Edward Norman R. Rrymnur, Plaintiff, v.. iv' tiiKfiT ( niiir. iii-1 iiFomMH )
*. No Fading: and Mrs, Charles M. Snydcr fumes" No.I'Hiil 1193. Seymour ImfoiiiliinlL'IIMB (< !I.a.: %1SMur.aret T FLIIIIICS. | l\ < H1>- 11.1(1( West! Main Street. South ,

of Jacksonville. OnnF.1np' I"l'nl.I..ATIOlANI' : Hi>pf..nK rl ner, I'lalnllff' ,
Friends of A. L. Griffith will
No Stations NllTK'W' +7 TO AI-TKAU: V*. John' i llitpr"HKUI tuer, llffend. ,fcllt. Phone 2M! Gainesville: Fla.
I En route to Miami from their be sorry to know that he is In STATE: OK1 'I.oIIII.A Tai( ; .'.IjrilHKPaul Caee N .
Interfering Hnymmir whnitn sltlnr.. a .d' : OP PUBLICATION:
home in Amerlcus Ga. Mr. and Shadycreat Hospital with pneu- ____n__ ____ _
*" Better Tone I Mrs. F. Q. Beavers were visitorsof moniu. At this ;writing he Is a

Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North for little better and we all wish hima
I ,
several days during the past week speedy recovery

I Miss Pauline Brannen of Jacksonville Mrs. S. R. Clark and Faukey

,. was here with her parents were visiting relatives In Jack

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen, flonvlllt last weekend

Chas C Sh h er dRAUIOS last weekend. Rev. Wendell Whitt filled his />

ep I Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Chambers regular appointment at Corinth 7. J"Volt"O

returned Saturday from Inverness Baptist Church Sunday morningand :

Court & Madison Sts. .. Starke Fla. I where they had been visiting Mr. .evening with a large at- 1Sts.
and Mrs. Scntell Chambers for tendance.The .

I a week Union Meeting was held at '

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wiggins and Corinth Baptist Church Friday

their daughter Marie of Jacksonville March 25: and a large crowd at 1 '

were Sunday visitors of tended.Mr. _

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whitfield. and Mr.!,. Jesus Ricks of don't mean us ?

During the past week: Mr. and Starke were visiting* Mrs. Rick's you

Mrs. John P. Turney and children parents!!, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Barnes.

and Mrs. Hugh A. Hall of Jacksonville Sunday
and Mrs. Charles W Tur Rev. Barnes of Alabama spent

ney and daughter' Margaret of last week with his son and dnugh- Yes indeed we do mean you! r

t Fruitland Park were visitors of ter-ln-law Mr. and Mrs. Alex / .

, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney. Barnes of this section. Everybodywas .

Mr. and Mrs W N. North Mrs. glad to see h'lm As a Gulf Life policyowner*,

SURER: ::REFRIGER Nelle Beavers and Billy North M vi

i SA Eg. ;oN,,1 enjoyed Fernandina an outing at the beach at . . Yon ARE a Capitalist. Here's why: .>('

and has its Recent visitors of Mr and Mrs.C. New RiverAND .

Westinghouse D. Sellers were Mrs. C W.

Sellers of Cottonwood, Alabama LONG BRIDGEBy The money you pay in as premiums on your Gulf
and Mr, and Mrs. Jim C. Sellers' Mra. E. A. Sapp
: Life policy is invested in many business! ] and commun.
and their baby, Phoebe of Troy ''I .
CZDi frJlR Alabama. Mrs. D. L. Shaw of enterprises. As a Gulf Life policyowner, you have 1 f
Baptism services. were held at i
LaCrosse was also the guest of a share in these investments. LOCAL OOVERNMINT AID
Sr Long Bridge late Monday after I
Mr. and Mrs. Sellers during the
noon. John Crews, who live at the
made possible by New, Exclusive, Automatic Mr. and Mra. \V. O. Stringfellow ',State Fred Dodd Farm conducted wan baptised.the services.Bro. PROTECTION AND SECURITY Bridges, highways! water plants and many benefi

I, spent the past weekend in St. COME FIRSTINearly : vial! community projects aro financed by bond issues.
Mrs. Onle Kerce was called to .
GOOXID! 0 D @< 0 0 Augustine as guests of Mrs. E. O. I Jacksonville\ Friday upon the 'QuIt Life holds $4,143,284.84 in municipal! county
Allen. half BILLION dollars behind the
a are
death of her aunt, Mrs. Molly Hall. and state securities. Local capital your savings !ie
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee of Starkewas
million folks like who are Gulf Life policyowners.
Funeral services were held Sat. you
Gives you COLDER COLD for : the luncheon guest of Mr. meeting local needs..
' yt e 9 C faster fobs freezing-and, at thepelu and Mrs. W. Q. Stringfellow Mon- urday. On December 31, 1948the total was $441,798,23

I same time, steady, I safe cold for Mrs. J.V.. Kelly and children And to guarantee your insurance plans there were reserves -
day.Mrs. Judy and Wesley, and Mrs. Nora
. 9S I normal food-keeping. Get this and Hamilton Retch of Gainesville of Brooker of $45,261,143.51. In addition. Gulf Life, at BUSINESS IN GENERALthe
I many other great features la tola: Sapp attended churchat
$289 spent Monday with Mr. and end of the had additional
new De Luxe 91 Long Bridge Sunday and were year an 6147973.56
I" TACT \ Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde. I dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. E. available. Investment by Gulf Life in leading! business! enter.

9 CU"C A. Sapp. ,1 prises, including public utilities! railroads banks r
! i
, and heart against these untruths. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johns Jr., HOUSING AND BUSINESS BUILDINGS makes you, Mr. Policyowner holder of a small share
J Evening services were conducted of Gainesville were visiting their
. lei .unan.n by the assistant pastor. Rev. grandmother, Mrs Belle Johns You have a share, too in first mortgages on hun in each of these !great firms.

. Wilbur Scott who preached on"Belr.g last Sunday.Mrs. dreds of homes and businesses. On December 31st .

In the Ark of Safety", A. P. Hammock and Mrs.
$24,249,003.00 of these Gulf Life investments were f.
using Noah and his faith as the W. It. Andrews of Jacksonville fFI1 I
solving homes and business for and'' YOU EMPLOY HUNDREDS
. L foundation of his message.. visited Mrs. Nan Merritt last problems many I

Note change In time for all week. helping! to keep Southeastern progress at a high level./ t' .

.- %...*....t 't. I I evening services. Wednesday Pray. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes of Stores, and other business buildings are included in You, and the 1,000,000 others :dJ '

I. .,, I er Service 8pm. BTU 7 p.m Gainesville were visiting! folks/ In these "Build the South" investments. like you, employ 1,400 peo ,, l
.....II> this after -
. Sunday evening service 8 p.m. community Saturday pie who serve directly the needs / I ,

I : Sunday school( and morning sere noon.Mrs.
of policyowners in the South.
I ices remain the same Mona Wiggins and Mrs. GOVERNMENT

Onle Kerce attended funeral services eastern states, and indirectly others throughout the

.- of James M. Conner near FINANCING nation and far corners of the globe.
I Lake Butler last Wednesday

CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTON Mrs. Jesse Lazenby, Mrs. Rhoda Gulf Life has 7023214.39 in' GROUP INSURANCE
Dowling and Mrs. Iva Hayes were
U. S. government obligations.
visiting Fonle Crews Sunday. In addition to the great strides_ made by Gulf Life
These bonds facilitate operation! of
I in expanding its service to I individual I policyowners,
government help I I in the fight'.
tout ; last year our Group Insurance Department also madetern
maintain our free enterpriserr'syi
great progress. The number of groups insured increased
and'stabilize our .
YOU CAM 8f s 3-INCH AND UP 125%; group volume showed.a gain of 50%:

RE.p casualty insurance and hospitalization premiums reflected
Delco) Water
I Systems
) Westl
v an increase of 67% and overall group premiums)
NOW! \ .. "_ I !' BE! FINANCED ON increased by 70%. The years ahead will show even

F. II. A. PLAN sales of this important service to employee.jr .

I "Water' Or No Pay" v

See these C :ZZ.w; V'':SavC I :43YS' REFRIGERATORS I! I ) m' lOOWM1tl

4 15 Percent Down Balance On Easu Terms_ ACME DRILLING llN I


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1"01: N --__- -- -- -- _-- FRIDAY APRIL 1. 1119Albert

B. And Business and Civic-Minded People of Gainesville and J. Earl And

Woodrow W. ShawIt Progressive Vicinity Robert L. Johnson ,

is becaugu of the unfailing: op. This department has been worked up a"s a reflection of public opinion. No person has written of themselves or their business. All articles have been compiled by a representative of Due to th efforts of a group of

UmUm and faith which they BO opinion. These people are all leaders in their various lines of endeavor and the .wide-awake business and professional .
public of
F consistently display toward the future The Telegraph based on co-operation those citizens of Gainesville who helped to make this men the city of Gainesvillehas

of Gainesville and vicinity department possible is sincerely appreciated. attained a dominant positionIn

that We are prompted to call the the commercial life of this sec

particular attention to our readers .. Chris J. And Lannie H. Thompson Herbert N. Home W. Harvey Waits William G. Boltin, Jr. Virgil E. 'GoolsbyMr. I tion of the state. And two of the
which Albert
fine service i
to the
Roberts iI men who have justly earned credo

B. and Woodrow W. Shaw Worth NewburnIt & Rupert A. The progress of any community The men in a community who We wish In this edition to pay Virgil E. Goolsby has proved I' it for being progressive membersof

of the Star-Economy Cab Co., In compiling this review of hinges to a great extent upon the work for the best Interest of the tribute to Mr. William O. Boltin hi is progressiveness that group are J. Earl and
coincidence that more by constantly
and the City Transit Co., performin Is no progressive Gainesville business activities of the more progressive community usually are leaders In Jr., of the Seaboard Oil Co., for adding to and the Robert L Johnson of Johnson
the successful conduct of their than not the people men In the world of business. increallln&
freguently people. we have endeavored to whatever they attempt. This I is especially his many services to the city of service his Bros.
business. who take a progressive part In This I is as true In this locality a* true of real estate men because Gainesville and his splendid record etato: ha
select those citizens /who, by the rendered to the people. The large It because of the successful
The Shaw brothers are resourse- life of their In any other sector and local they are generally among of achievement in the business
the civic and business manner In which they have conducted volume of buslnesa handled by operation of such businesses a
fig and aggressive personalities leaders! are thus to be congratulated the first to be called on to help life of the city. Gulf
city are the same ones who are themselves and their businesses his Pride Service Station theirs that the city of Gainesville

whose progressive policies of business successful In conducting have earned for them for their part In the general with all worthy projects. Such a Mr. Boltin probably has a wide prves that "service" to him Is not has earned the reputation of being

administration have earned preeminently positions of leadership In various advancement of this section of man Is Mr. W. Harvey Walt one a circle of friends as any. other j just a "word" but something to one of the more progressive communities -

for them widespread reputations their own private affairs. fields of activity. Two such men the state. One of the more progressive of Gainesville's better known and man we could name because he be rendered to the public to the In this district.

aa business men of more than In connection with the foregoing are Mr. Lannie H. Thompson and lumbermen of Gainesville more progressive real estate operator Is just naturally the kind of man fullest extent of his ability. The Johnson brothers. have been

average ability; and their appar- statement .we wish to mentionand Mr. Rupert A. Roberts of the who should thus be congratu- *. who make friend with almost IrfbasineM,
In addition to consptclously successful
his close
of lated I III Mr. Herbert N. Home of attention -
ent willingness to devote some He stands at all time preparedto
Mr. and Mr. Gainesville Live Stock Market everybody and Is at pains to conduct
pay tribute to to his business affairs, Mr. In spite of the fact that they have
of the Herbert Home
Lumber Co.
that ability to the promotion assist his city, and Is ever readyto I
himself In such
who well-known to of a manner as
are many
further enhance Worth Newbern of the Chris who Is widely known and universally Goolsby was never a man to dodge repeatedly neglected their own
civic activities take off his coat If
readers because have necessary to deserve the respect and goodwill
our they his civic responsibilities and his affairs to devote a part of their
their value to the city. Newbern Studio. liked. and work for Its Interests.It .
and customers of all who know him.
friends residing
many help in those matters has always: time and efforts to the successful
The safety and efficiency of The Newberns have proved very In this area. Few men have such a thorough Is men like Harvey Walts
Gainesville i Is fortunate In being been cheerfully given. promotion of civic project.
the Tran- are photographersof knowledge of of the who have had the vision to realize I
the operations of City ably that they every phase number
able to its
Thompson and Roberts' main interests among moreprogresaive Ha fully the valueof It Is considered a privilege toInclude
alt Co., and the Star-Economy Cab more than average ability for lumber game and to say that Mr. the possibilities of Gainesville and business citiz- '
have not been solely confined people
and has than Bob Johnson In
Co.. reflecting as It docs the executive It l ill largely due to their progressive Home know the ouslnesa fromA the surrounding territory and ens of this good wi more
business and type.
to their own his share this Gainesville
that review and
ability of these two has methods coupled with their to Z Is in no way an overstate have given of their time and energy Intangible commodity to publicly
private affairs but have also included He I always ready and willing because of the give them credit for
In their
do- Ideas that to make the vision true I manner '
earned for' the firm a well sound and practical ment. The honesty which has always come ,
their contributions, In one to his to the which he success In business
support promo- meets both business and and for their
nerved popularity among the people their studio holds Its high positionIn characterized his every who have won the respect and
form or another,, to those projects tion of which civic contributions
He is to
any project promises obligation a credit many the general
In this area. will of
they: serve. the public's opinion transaction has gained for him good their fellow citizens.
of a civic nature which to benefit this entire district. He to the community and la i welfare of their city.
We are glad' to give Albert and They have made their business a the respect and good will of the We take pleasure In paying this thoroughly '
come within the scope of their may be depended and his l established In the forefront of
Woodrow Shaw the credit they "hobby" with the result that they many men and firms with whomhe brief tribute to Mr. Waits for be. upon
activities. They have never been services to the people are too the business life of the city.
m> well deserve for their, succesi are today two of the more popular, does business. Ing a far-sighted business man I George L. Hart
known to neglect these obliga- In number to be described
in business and their contributionto photographers In Gainesville giving The successful career of Herbert who Is firmly established In the many Virgil Goolsby has many friends

civic activities. to their patrons an excellence tions. Home Illustrates the merits of Integrity foreront of the business and civIc here. I may be sufficient to say In and around the city and its : Most cities, I they amount to

of artistic service seldom equalled.It Lannie Thompson and Rupert ability grounded In experience life of Gainesville and vicinity. that we consider William G. Boli i a pleasure to bring him before much, are man made. They do

: Frank E. And Is true also that Chris and Roberts are men of wide experience !' coupled with the added asset tin Jr., an asset to the communityand our readers In this review of pro-I not just happen. It has been the

whose exploits In the business a progressive business man gressive Gainesville business men. realization of its more
Worth Newbern have done their of a pleasing and sincere progressive
Gerald E. Helzel share toward community improve. and civic life of Gainesville and alit)'. We wish him many persIJn-more Andrew J. Evans of whom his city may be proud. II citizens that their city must grow

ment and have given freely of. vicinity, merit more than passing years of continued success. Jerry K. Daniels and prosper and be something;

When a man gains recognitionin their time and energy to the promotion attention and this writer Is privileged Generally speaking. civic pride John T. StokesMr. 1 ether than Jut another place cji

the business and civic life of of those enterprises which to pay this brief tribute to Louis M. Is one, of those things that goes be- In making; this review of pro the map that has brought result

bis city for the progressive and have benefited the city at large. two men who well deserve more Coullias hand-in-hand with success, John T. Stokes of the gressive Gainesville business men and made it possible for the city

straightforward manner in which We are glad to voice our praiseof credit than Is accorded them ,here. To serve the public honestly, cause a man must have been successful the- Stokes Paint Shop la i one of those It Is fitting that ,we should Include of Gainesville to be an outstanding .

ha has managed ,hi is business affairs two people who are successful and to fully appreciate men who has always done his bit some of those men who by their one and for those within It
Is afforded
efficiently, the
1'' he la to be complimentedfor In their own business and who H. S. Van DenburghGood basic foundation cheerfully advantages that were in whichhe to maintain the prestige of the aggressiveness have definitely established to prosper.
And in thla many progres him by the community:
his achievements.
also have time to give to community sive business. and of city of Gainesville as the leading themselves in the business And Mr. George L. Hartt a
Instance the man we have In mind hotels and tourists courtsare women lives metropolis of this section of the
and civic life of the
development. city. leading contractor, Is
Gainesville have found be the of the plastering
to Andrew J. Evan
ia also of for hi. Mr.
deserving praise state.
He has
always worked for
to the
Indlnpensable credit be
and progressand shortest route to success. In making Jim Dandy Bakery, is of Such a man I Is Mr. Jerry K. must given for playingno
contributions to the growth
development of a growing one the development of the city and Daniels small part In the growth and
Julius M. Perkins this statement the men .we those men the manager In Gainesville
progress of his city. city such all Gainesville and the progressive his many service are worthy of of those to
one men whom much,
of the .
We refer to Mr. Frank E. Helzel Florida Motor have in mind 'Is Mr. Louis M. of Gainesville who has shown his I sincere appreciation. Hughes Supply Inc., who also
Gainesville has attained a prominent Court combiningthe Coullias deserves an additional word of development of Galnesvlle and
of the Gainesville\ Heating of Louis' Sea Food &: success by his attention to civic
In the business best features of both has accommodated I His well-earned success as a praise for the surrounding area.
A Air Conditioning Co. Inc., and position Poultry, who .specializes In ready matters. His willingness to becomea being more than just I

also Frank E. Helzel Si son. Is a and civic life of this section of a great many tourists cooked dinners to take home. The cog in the wheel of community business man is easily understood successul He is a consistent, Mr. Hartt would be the last

pioneer business man of Oalnes- the state because of the foresight winter visitors and businesspeople popularity and patronage enjoyedby progress whenever united effortis knowing as the people do, his very enthusiastic boosterof man to mention the matter, but

vUlt who Is regarded with retpect of those men who had the abilityto In a manner that assures his business accentuates the needed to put over some movement widespread reputation for the the home community and In his when the call goes forth to rally

admiration envision the possibilities of them of continued patronage and Ideal of service he has consistent. or project advanced for the honesty which characterizes all of way has done much to advertise round something worthwhile1.for
by a great
and residents of the city and the many surrounding the community and the trade area good will of the motoring public. ly applied In the management of good of the city, has always been his business dealings. the city. the community, he Is among the

country. It serves. And a wide-awake progressive The management of the Florida his business. taken for granted. I Is a combination of technical Mr. Daniels has pursued the first to volunteer. But his friendsare

man who justly should i Motor Court has maintained an Mr. Evans' quiet knowledge, mechanical skill and progressive policy of stepping up outspoken In paying him this
p We also think it appropriate in iI Ideal of The conduct of such businesses assumption
be Included In this category i Is I service which Is thoroughly of not only business ability which has elevatedMr. his business ahead of the times well deserved tribute and they do
who responsibility,
this review to give credit to some and the people operate them i
Mr. Julius M. Perkins of the Con.. exemplified by the manner In connection with his own business Stokes to a position of leader- thus setting a pace for which he so because of a thorough knowledge .
of the younger generation who are which have done much to make Gainesville -
st/uctlon Equipment & Supply Co every employee attends to In to other ship in his line. has earned the reputation of being of his activities. SuccessfulIn
but regard
carrying on so ably In the footsteps his or her duties. Is the business center for many maters
Such men have, times I Nothing taken often He Is completely aware of his a go-getter who does not sit his own business, George L.
many well has a
of their fathers. And a man for miles around, and It Is fitting that as very
to the, granted; nothing forgotten. civic responsibilities and Is wide back and wait for business to Hartt Is equally In the
who certainly deserves such credit over proven their worth Hospitality and service we give credit where credit Is feeling of confidence to others Interested successt
are always awake to the come to him. of
la Mr. Gerald E. Helzel who community both a. business men their first and last. consideration.Much due to such men as Louis Coullias In the same movements.In many opportunitiesfor promotion progress.
and as active workers In the civic service, and always ready and We are glad to pay tribute to I
honlders his full share of reuponstbUlty of the credit for the for his part In the onward progress complimenting Andrew J..1
betterment and of the splendid willing to lend his support to any Jerry Daniels, and to point Wm. T. Strickland Jr.
In the management of progress reputation of this modern of the city. In doing so we Evans upon his high standing In ,
which to benefit out to our readers :
Mr. Perkins has earned the I project promises that his sln-
the businesses established by his I city. are merely putting Into words the do than I
Motor Court is due to the the community we more
II good will and respect of his fel executive :' the community aa a whole. cere desire to be of service coupled J!: We desire In this
father. It Is because of the efforts I ability of the : opinion of other progressive business express the admiration and respect Galnevllt
low citizens for contributing his owner and : We compliment John Stokes on with his aggressive methods are I I j I review to call of our
of snch men that, year after year,, manager, Mr. H. S. Van Den- and civic minded people with of his many friends and. I
' Gainesville continues to grow, and I bit to the general welfare of the burgh, whose untiring efforts whom he has been associated In associates. his accompllahment and wish for largely responsible for the stand-I I reader* to the well earned position .

prosper and to becomt an even I city and the people as a whole. foresightedness and careful at-, business and other activities.Mr. him success Ing of the Hughes Supply il which Mr. William T. Strick

better place In which to live. It; 1 III our duty to Include Julius tention to detail, ha maintaineda Coullias has earned his Lane the Gainesville area. land Jr., has reached in business

It Is men like Frank E. Helze I M. Perkins In that group of progressive standard for hospitality and success by the method In whichhe Norman Andrew J. HarveyOne 1 I life of this section. During the

and his son who have a distlnc; and civic minded people service which would be difficult to has accepted both civic and Mrt Norman Lane of the transfer Paul T. Selle time he has been the manager of

value to their city and we take who have done so much for surpass. It Is a pleasure to say business responsibilities, and we company bearing his name, hasa of the more progeRslvt I the Gainesville Tile Co.. In Gainesville .

pleatmre in paying them this I Gainesville and to express the these few words of praise about trust he will continue to prosper. well earned reputation for pro- business men of Gal svle. I In singling out some of the I h J has made .many personal

brief but sincere tribute. wish that he will continue for the Florida Motor Court and Its gresslveness because he has consistently a man who deserves the respect more progressive business and friends a well .havlnjf Mtred

many years to forge ahead with I friendly operator, H. S. Van Den. Alex W. Wesson forged ahead In his business and good will of a great many professional men of Gainesville,,. the good will of his associates for

Ethel J. HarvardIt the success which he has enjoyedIn I burgh. v I letting up his efforts. residents of his city is capable. we would be censored should we the straightforward manner In

the nevea friendly Mr. Andrew J. to Include Mr. Paul T. which he has
past. 1 Harvey, a fal Selle conducted his business -
Gainesville owes much to them .9 service be render

Is appropriate'that .we IncludeIn Claude A. progressive citizens who are taking to the more valuable. This. leading plumbing and heating the Florida Excelsior 111 and affairs.

this. review of progressive Albert J. Altman McMillan an active part In the growth Invariable people policy has made the I contractor whose wide knowledgeand the Vego Hair Mfg. Co. He Is Mr. Strickland has worked hardto

Gainesville long experience In the plumbing a man who has never spared him deserve the
people Mrs ,lit mentioning some of those and progress of the city and who Norman Lane Transfer Co.. out self which
Ethel .1. Harvard a well known It is. fitting In thla review of and heating business has In his participation In both the people of the community have
men who are taking a progressive have helped to make It the business standing In its field, a fact thatIs the bualneaa
raised him Into a position of and civic activitiesof I in him

Realtor. 'Who and he
Is recognized as an progressive Gainesville businessmen continues to work
part in tha evolution/ of the business center for this part of the I well known to the public In the the
authority on both city and suburban that we prominence In his line. cty. hard to maintain In a
acquaint our readers In every
state. of these Gainesville
and clvJtf !life of mentioning some area. ,
real ,estate!' values. She has. with the men to be credited with Gainesville < I la because of this that he Mr. Selle has always been I that high standard which he set
and It 1 III fair to include Mr. .
vicinity Wef would be men. only But Mr. Lane
not censored has accomplished -I ha* earned a reputation for reliability conscious of his civic not for himself
only the reputation of being having maintained the Gulf Aviation if we failed'to Include Mr. Alex W. Wesson of the Wesson much more than just mak-. and respnsbiites only but for the
progressive but alao the added Schools Inc.. In the enviable -second to none. ever ready wiing I operation of the business as well
Claude Sheet :Metal\ Works. whose tech
nnn of McMIIIAn of Mac'sDrive ing a success of his business and Mr. Harvey I Is also civic minded meet in every detail opportunities He has also shown
being a willing supporter position It holds In the aviation a willingness
nical is backed
In. knowledge
of many community affairs. life of this district. That personal. his of up by private affairs and we take this I and has always been ready to contribute which come to hi*I to assist In every manner at hU
Aside from her.business activities ity Is Mr. Albert J. Altman. the Mr. McMillan is that solid type many years experience opportunity to pay tribute to him his time and energy to attention to further civic enter disposal In the growth and development
the and sheet metal business
Mrs. Harvard has always vice president and whose of citizen whose fairness and roofing "devoting what time he c.ould I any plan which promises to benefit prise. He may well be proud of his of the city of Gainesville .
manager has him to the fore.
shown an interest In civic betterment genius fer organization and for friendliness and a sincere desireto brought spare to the'general welfare not this entire district. And the achIevements along these lines. and I Is always ready to lend
front In his field.
serve only the finest particular only to his city but of his people of Paul Selle deserves a great I his
and progress of the city and converting new ideas Into actual foods. ow 1 GainesvUe may regard support to civic projects. Wil
has properly prepared and served In He also does his ahare in furthering entire district as well. I with satisfaction the deal of credit for the honest andsuccessful I T. Strickland Jr.
backed up her Interest by deeds has played a vital part In lam deserve
her contributions to the distinctive reputation whichhis a manner that leaves nothing to community affairs and It Is such men a* he, who are I many services which he hal performed manner In which! he ha* our heartiest congratulations on,
many pro.jeeta
which have benefited Gainesville flying school; now be asked for, are accountable for deserve a great deal of credit both successful in business and I for the community In the conducted his business affairs. He the splendid record he has already
enjoys among a large measure of his both for his success In business Interest of Is a friendly and likable personality .
-and: surrounding trade area. the alrmlnded people of the success. appreciative of their civic obligation progress and civic bet- established and we sincerely hope

She Is a good and loyal citizen Gainesville area. As time goes on his personal and civic activities.Mr. that are deserving of recog. termen. whose sincere desire! to be for his continued success.

and the full .measure of her Interests have become more closely \ Wesson I Is wholly deservingof nition. We take pleasure In publc- urge our readers to look to of service ha gained for him a
loyal !Mr. Altman
has found time In Interwoven our sincere praise and these Andrew host of friends and acquaintancesIn
ty Is most with the business and ly giving Norman the J. Harvey as a -
apparent because of prgT..s.elve .
her willingness addition to his business Intereststo I civic affairs of his city and he has few words of commendation are credit for his accomplishment I business man of whom we and around Gainesville who la ( 4n*.lt (oarS. H...'. Couaty.
to aid .
community give thought and,. energy to become but a Just for the would, If given the KUrlrtsi I. t.... .
activities. accepted an a man who recognition which his friend and associates may well be proud. His devotion opportunity, Morl. I plaintiff,

Her help along these lines has community projects. He Is a citizen can always be called upon to fur- many activities he has conductedon have so long accorded him. to the city has been constant join us in wishing him many more ,, Wile.:: ; I1. ,l.mh., bofendunt. Ca.vs.)
whose talents have been steadfastly behalf of the of continued N. 2ilt
made ther community activities. general welfareof and his achievements well merited. year success.In I
Ethel Puklleatloii .
Harvard U..r.f med %eiie.'I
an example devoted to the best Interestsof Claude, McMillan has the community.The We wish for him further I, '. Appear
of by his
the con
type of business womanwe the city. He has been successful duct of the business and bv his honest and successful conduct Chris BogetMr. I I luccess. q T o" n 5. -.' ,.it u -I .a. __.
au appreciate. We congratu. In hiM own business!' and in ; Clmlt .... H.. '. Cos.y. I.mb, wi- residence)
attention of his business affairs is Is
to civic affairs : oo| (
late earnedthe I ,
jrtHl extend to her on behalfof the promotion of the Chris Bget. who not Nat Gantz Plerldai Im C anq'ry. City ( J.t..Ol
general wel. but a reflection of his character. ) fl.Mourl
all citizens Interested In better fare of the friomMdp and good will of so rong ago. over the management Ia.lh. ,'AeChodun. Plaintff. vs You, ar. ..d to appear cit
) .
community. hi* fellow citizens. We trust Alex Wesson wilt con lck Caseo April 25, In the above
business and civic He I I. to be of the Purity Ice CreamCo. Mr. Nat Gantz of the Gantz 7211. named
progress sincere We are glad to pay tribute to tinue to ., Court and cause wherein plaintiff'
Gainesville and
serve vicinity .
complimented upon his activities In Gainesville Motors Inc. Kalser-Frazer O..r P.hl..t and '
appreciation for her contributions him and to that this quite readily and .t. I..ke divorce. Bradford County

to the general welfareof owes much to say the many benefits district and, we know we express the de- for many years. demonstrated his executive Wlys. sales and service, I Is one Mark S T .\ T K OF ILORIDA tot I Telegraph In next fonr shall weekly publish Issues this. Order
sire of his many friends and associates hIs those automobile MrClendon. whose residence Witness
Gainesville and the surround which Albert J. Aftman ability by quickness to progressive la unknown: my hand and official seat

ing area.Jesse Gulf Aviation Schools and the ( In wishing him continued Perry C. McGriff appreciate!' the obligations and responsibilities distributors of Gainesville who hasconsistently You are required to appear on II.at: 1541.Htarke, Florida. this March
Inc., have SUCOfHS. 25. 1949, In the above
rendered to the of his new position I forged ahead in hIsbUlllne. Ap.1 and (op-KiriAt SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
people.Aibrertus There are many men In their and to conduct his affairs accord. He has also put his seeksdivorce.cause. wh.r"ln Bradford, plaintiff County A.H\r Clerk, of said Court

F. Williams, Jr. Maude C. Howard & chosen fields who have gained ingly. shoulder to the .wheel of civic Teleirraph In next four shall weekly publish Issues.thin Order Joseph Hitven K.Crosby fiklpper, D. C.23f Orahant

In MillerThe recognition for the progressive Although he has only been the. progress whenever help was needed Witness hand and official, lent Buildlnir. Jacksonville, Florida.
paying tribute to some of the Oscar H. ZetrouerMrs. manner In which they have con- to further enterprise at ln.k. "Florida. this March I Attys. for Pi. J-SS 4t .-UI.
of promotedfor ,
manager the Purity Tee Cream U.
Tmore progressive business men of city of Gainesville- assumed. ducted their business Oreult n.-.t. .I'ekulr.Florida .
and rd
accepted the ,
general betterment (OFFICIAL SEAT) A..J. {
'Gainesville, we would be renWsnIn Its place of Importance In th* Maude C. Howard and Mr. their civic responsibilities but Co., for a comparatively ahort of the .". l-lerk of said Court Thomas i .. ... '.. .- S"

our duty were we to fail to Include section of the state because of the Oscar H. Zetrouer of the Gainesville who will not permit much to be time, he Pies already made many community.Mr.. Gantz was ,,y Haven Crosby.>. GM M John Tracy.it. Tracy.Defendant.Plaintiff Case, vs.No.I W t

Mr. Jesse F. Williams Jr., efforts. of far-seeing business and Mutual B\dg.\ I: Loan Assn., said of their achievements.But personal friends in his new position was given to wishful never a man who t 4-1 Order ef P..I.t... cad Net Ice ;

of the Williams Radiator Shop, professional are two of those as well as many new friends thinking. His Felice Of Intention To> Introducepwlat r
have developed progressive type In
reviewing a group of methods are those of direct Levtslaflea TATF. Of KI. oniOA tot
whose business ability la no greater the natural of citizens upon whom the and customers for the business. action Notice In .. Tracy whose r.eideneeis )
resource or. community such citizens we must Include Mr. and whether the h..b" given that a bill D.rN
than the "know how" and In aome extended the depends a great deal for Mr. BO&t Is a wIde-awake. problem at hand wil"" In the 1,9 Flor H. i. Chllllcothe, Ohio:
manner C.
Perry McGriff a well known la one his own business Id. Ijea-lKlature the of YOI are required to appear on
mechanical skill which has trade advantage of the locality. leadership In business and other civic engineer and whose sincere and concerning rltarke: said bill empower"and.ulhn.I. II IJ4'J In the above namedCourt
contrlb'l of or that of .
uted to his well-earned One of the men who has takenan matters. They have In the past Gainesville who has always surveyor done friendly personality and desire to a civic nature he attacks .. said ,City nf Clarke to I seeks and o.a.... wherein Bradford plaintiff County
It with cancel .
:Mr. Williams Is also a man who Important part In maay progressive and no dbubt will continue tn the I his work effectively even though b of service Is rapidly earning a vigorous enthusiasm.optimism and a tax..rl.11 certificates outstanding. municipal T.I'orph' shall publish this Order

, has contributed generously to the movements Is Mr. Albert- future to give more of their share i It has been accomplished in an place for him In this district. He his acknowledged business Add to this Stajke Carl, Johns. City Clerk, St rity of four hand weekly and iseuseWiine.s official. seat

welfare of Gainesville and the us Miller of the American Tung of time and energy for the welfare unobtrusive manner. ha already taken an Interest In and his keen sense 01 values ability and 'lo.lda- '-2,I. at. Ptarke 14.1* "Florida thla MarcaIt

community for many miles around. Oil Mills Inc.. and the American of others! than themselves. Mr. McGriff. busy as he I Is always community activities and In due It Is easily understood he or s.t..ti.. To ... ... (OFFICIAL SEAT) A. J. Thoma.
HU civic course of time assume his, why Is Special Legislation nf said Court.
spirit is evidenced by Tung Growers Inc. They are the kind of people wi As Clerk
manages, somehow or other full share of I almost Invariably successful In Notice' I. hereby a-lven\ that a I Py Haven Crosby D. C.
the many services he has per Mr. Miller\ has devoted muchof who make- friend and friendships \ to do his bit In any movement!' responsbilities.I business or other matters. will be Introduced In the 1944 bIl Joseph K. Skipper, 121 Orahara
formed and which he continuesto once formed by them Chris Boget desrve. a word of da Legislature' a. follows; AN ACT BulldlnaJacksonville.. Florida
time and energy to the are calculated to benefit the communi. praise for having We feel it I III our duty to call the In provide for the Creation of a Attys. for Plf. 3.35 41 ,
perform In the Interest of the and never broken by an e quickly established Bradford County .I
growth development of Gainesville unfriendly ty as a whole. Ills modesty however attention of our reader to those Hospital District
people as a whole. No worth and this act on their part and they : himself in his new venture and Bradford County Hospital Cor.poration .. rireal C..rt. Bradford ..I
district arid it Is spareno will not permit him to say worthwhile of Nat to for th. Eatabliehm.nt riorMsi I. maaeve-r. { ,
and we are glad to him characteristc Plovll.
while enterprise which promisesto fitting at this time that we at-, effort In order that their servIces the things about himself which give GanU and pay a well deserved and .. Maintenanceand Elisabeth Henry Stone, Plalnlf.
benefit the to the this brief mention. Operation of a Public Hospital V. Harold D. Stone, .' .
community escapes tempt to In people of the said ,
small are Ms friends
express a way by who would tribute for his straightforward at Starke In Bradford County, for No. 72rt,
his attention. our appreciation for his unselfish!' community shall be dependable. tell you that his professional conduct business and for the the benefit of the Cltlxena and Res- 0.. ef P..llc llo. asS Detlre

He Is a man of .wide acquaint contributions to the general welfare Zetrourr and 1\Irs. Howard haveno I I. a credit to his high sense intert meho he has shown unselfish Extension ideate of Brad'oro lo.plallon County, and the to T or. AppearSTATB F LOU in tel

ance whose many friends admire of the \ : mere purpose of gaining publici of honor. I Patients from ..
community. : Harold D. RM lip. re
public welfare. who.
...... .
... \lnn.
and reepect in him those virtue I I He la a man of wide acquaintance -; ty. However. they proceed In a calm We do not hesitate to recommend I.' ee> -Of-_...Te_ Trustees to Provide-for for Salt the Appointment Hospital Corporation -{denre) Com.and .00....Task. Is: Flair Fleet Allowance If" *..

which inspire confidence and protaote -. I whose many friends admire unostentatious manner, and accomplish Perry McGriff to our dealer will Notice ba Introduced In a-lven the that 1545 a bill sad to Fix their Power.and ,ir"I.lo| F. P r Office. Norfolk,
I ) Leg Duties
good feeling. Hi* upright; and respect In him those. their objectives with a citizen ; P.o.ld. for the Appropriation
virtues a* a who continue at islature by the City of RIa. for of Money and the Rals. You to
baalnem method are a credit to I I which Inspire confidence and promote quiet dignity. We do not hesitateto all time to work to the advantageof certain purposes which will appear. Nolle' U !O'CR.Iv. tn all whom ns; of Revenue "Bradford County April U are. litCIa required the above appear m:
his Inherent sense of fair play. 1 good feeling. His recommend Oscar H. Zetrouerand the people of by the tl. ot .ale bill veadlne a.rollowe It may concern.b" .d.b.n.&ndeIaIm.nt. for the 11'"llon and Maintenance Court and cans .
upright this entire diaI : An r.qulrln.Bradford of the estate of fu.1 by the Allocationto plaintiff seeks divorce
A. community is fortunate to business methods are but an outward Maude C. Howard to our trict. County and .a:: i F1.. d.e..d. to file your M .u.h Hospital of Portions of the, tion of maiden name. Bradford.1.
number among its citizens men reflection of his inherent friends as good examples of the I the school board to contribute other politicalsubdivision duly sworn 10 with the County. R. Fune. Which May P County Telegraph shall publish this.Order
Received by
County ,
Judge of la next four week tsnes.
of his type. We congratulate: I appreciation for fair practices.We most progressive type of business a portion of the expense ont"Y:: I K. Br.dtore County.on and Florida before of the Levy of Ad Valorem Taxes Witness hand and official seat
Jesse F'Williams Jr. who I sidewalk, ..w.r. K P.rr"/an. by said for the Benefit nf at "Florida
on his splendid congratulate Albertus Miller people have aided in the 'curbing and paving th.o. or cation* of this from Notice-bo first publl- said Counl" and to Make the t). Ilar"e.. tiltS Mare
or the tl.
record of service and trust he on his splendid!' record of service growth and development of Mimeograph paper either!' letteror .along p.op.rt" owned or by will b. barred and uncollectahle same Mmlts of Hospital District Co. OFFICIAL REAL A. J. Thomas

hall -continue: to assist us for and wish for him continued sueceae. Gainesville and the' surrounding .k>xaj slse. carried In stock by .le city of Blsrke Its said, Florida.asencla In Thla under March law of llrd.I". fitato|t4*. of Florida ford Rxtenslv Counlr.Charley With. the Uralts_ of Brad Aa Clerk Haven of Crosby.said Court.D. C _

, jnany year to come. country. T) .fo County, Telegraph. Carl Johns. City Clerk. City cC Owen W. Orlffln, Administrator r.ohn. State Senator. T."Frank I.nd..m 8Iar".. Florid
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