Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 19, 1948
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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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II the Colonel that some of us grousing"city folks""Tiparn

a lesson from our tanner friends when It comes to

misfortune of farmers In stride.have stopped \under. my favorite shade tree! at Official County Publication Established In 1877

lot another during the! past half century: to pass the 'timeand m ..-- -- --- ,-- -
roe or to meet one who couldn't summon up a smile VOLUMK SEVENTY MTAKKK. F1.0KUJA li'Hm.lUU'U 19. 1948 .NUMBHK. ,. ,
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kind of Joke bout the weather, no matter how hard

[she h't some'! But take us "city horticulturists", we seern. to think \ In Starke General Lance Describes Activities
een Springtime
ve grounds for legal action against the elements It a few nar- Show .

L ulbs get water-logged for !Instance." It was the first real sunshiny I Two Aspects Planned Florida National Guard
J Saturday
last Quick By'
ake l Recovery .. .
(ner more than a week of upprecedented !al"h, .. coat BradURADFORD t -' :' '

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;.:.,"" '.. -.. '5' To Start' Soon At Camp Blanding

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-, _______ ,__ ----- --'- ------ ---- _. .iI Varied phases of the activities now in progress at Camp

-------- --- Itlamlina and others to take place in the near future were

j ('''III'r. Jllt.'UFonD dresS" la unknown.You ciiicrrr romT. lilt'II"'OIU' Cltv, 1II1nnOeoll
Sir M.OIIIDtlPlaintiff I. ;",'N- are required to appear on ('(III'I'Y.: FLUIUU.1IIi: CII ,,_ You are required to appear on described to members of the Rotary Club ,here Wednesdayby

March 22, UU In the above name! C 1C 11 v.Antotiettw. April 8. 1 948<,. In the above rmmcil -, ;. Brig] Gen. VV. Lance State Adjutant .General, of
vs. Cat Marl ,
'n' Court and. (cause wherein plaintiff Mnncelll IHtl Plaintiff, Court ami "aue", wherein pin IntlCf
I j. j Defendant. CalleR seeks divorce and restoration of VII Pietro Bltl, Defendant. Cast seeks divorce anil cuatudy nmt eon* St. AuJtu tine.
maiden name. Bradford Count; No. 6367. trol of minor rhtltlriMi. UradforiltVunty l
ia / PCKLICATION Telegraph shall publish this Order ORDER OF PUnLICATION;:; Telegraph Hhall publish thin These include: -

rcOTH'E: ( TO APP13AKVOK In next four weekly Issues. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Order In next four weekly loxues.WltneHs Use and continued development of thecamp as n National
FLORIDA to: Mr! Witness my hand< and offIcial 8TATR OF) FLORIDA te: Mr,. my hand anil official seal.
'LI i U' lien, whose resl seal at Starke, Florida this Feb Plotro Itltl, whose residence and ad- at Htarke, Florida, tills March 3. Guard training and recreation center.
1 add; ?, 'i IH; San Giovanni ruary 14, 1948.OFFICIAL dross In: Cavurzano dl Vornio,, 1948.OFFICIAL.
T .. Italy. l< The mining of ilmenito by Humphries Gold Corporationon
" j,1111 ".t. ( SEAM A.I. Thorns. Florence Italy. ( SEAL) A..J. Thomas
I,, miulred to appear oIJ4S As Clerk of said Cour You are required to appear on As Clerk of said Court, -1.000( acres of the reservation leased from the State Arm-
In the above name Charles R. Hess 204-05 Guaranty: March 2l! 11>>4H. in ,the above named T. Frank T.iuuliurn, Stark, Fla.
'I juuiii' wherein. plaintlf Life Bid*". 'Jacksonville, FI... Court and cause, wherein pkilntlfl: Atty. for I'lf 3-6 4t 3-20 ory Board by the K. I. duPont de Nemours Co.

,'n' Urad ford Count: Atty. for Plf. -20 4t 8.18: seeks divorce and restoration ol Use of the reservation by the State Prison'management
;hal' publish this Order maiden name. L-radford County iv ruiriir CO 11'1' im.tnpomt
[ ur weekly? Issues. IV CIHOriT COl'HT. nilADFORI Telegruph shall publish this Order *'oiv\. Fi.otmiti IN cu\:>- as a cattle range, and the instituting of forest management
L lilY hind and official COUNTY FLO11IUAI IV CHAN: In next four weekly lesues.' flOHY.
rtnrk Florida this Feb CE.IIV. Witness my hand and official Virginia Small Mahon, Plaintiff vs. practices (pulpwood. etc.)

1 9 4(. Dorothy Burke Plaintiff, vs. Fran. seal at Utarke, },Florida this Feb Robert Edward Muhon,, Defendant., The permanent establishment of a State MaintenancePool
.I. JEAL) A. J. Thomai, cla Burke, Defendant. Cuae Nc ruary 24, 1948.OFFICIAL Cane. No. HI87OHr :
As rierk ,of said .Court. ( SEAL) A. J.: Thomas, >EH OF PUBLICATION (current payroll of the shop is $15,000 per month).

Landrum. Sta rkpb Fla. 6377.ORflEn OF PUBLICATIONAND As Clerk of said Court. AND NOTICE! TO APPEAIt The of 12-month extension to the'Army
granting a
Fir.ir. 2-21 4t 8-1 S NOTICE TO APPEAR T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Fla. STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Robert
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Fraficl Atty. for Plf. 2-27 it 3-19 Edward Mahon, whose residence Is Wrecking; Corpn., for the completion of its activities at. Blan
('(b' u'r, IinADFORIFLOHIIJtl Burke, Whose residence and addres I unknown.You '
". IN CHAN ''Is unknown. .. IN You are required to appear on COI nTY, FI.OHIOAl_ IN CHANCKHY April 5th, tins. In the above named Guard UeU Title -'
Walters, Plaintiff VS, April 5, 1948, In the above name,1 Court and cause wherein plaintiff
;. Walters, Defendant, Court and cause wherein plaintiff Peter Mantel, Plaintiff. vs.* Jansje seeks divorce., hrndfor.l County: Gen Lance stated that negotlationn -| ha stated
| 8371 Reeks divorce. Bradford Oroen Mantel, Defendant. Case No. Telegraph shall publish this Order wherebythe
Count; 6362. are now complete "However In case of a real
1:H (0.' t'l'lILICATIONoTlE \ Telegraph shall publish this Orde In next four weekly Issues,
[. TO APPEAR In next four weekly issues ORDER OF' PUBLICATION WTtneHs my hand and official U. S. RnRlnfers will turn 32. enirrgency It Is quite likely that

1 uP FLORIDA to: Charle. Witness njy hand and offlcln I STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Mrs sent, at Htarke: Florida this March 000 acrt-M of the Blanding reservation Planning would be made use of
la, whow >last known ad seal at Starke, Florida, this February 3rd. 19411.
.. Stai'ke. .'Ia.r. 27, 1945.OFFICIAL Jansje Qroen Mantel, whose ;'rest.dence (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, bACk to the State Armory since It could be reactivated for
and address 1st 1 Sto Van
( SISAL!: ) A. J.: ThomanAs : 'As Clerk. of said. Court. Hoard. This will) enable the Florida -
requited to appear 01 Clerk of said Court Swlnden, $tr. .6. Amsterdam Hol :John J, Henderson. Iflmi. Ht. Augustine perhaps half the cost of construct-
1941, In the above named '
Pin National Guard to In entirely rarnr* somewhere
: Chan. R. Hesn. 204-6 Guaranty Lid land.You an new
:1 I cauae, wherein plaintiff } are required to on
appear for Plf. 3.5 4t 3-29 ;
Atty. the :
orce. Bradford Count: Building Jacksonville Fla.. March 22, 1948 In theabove named with plans for development of else I 'th.gencr&l'The l said.
h Khali publish this Orde Atty. for Plf. 3-5 4t i-2i Court and cause, wherein plaintiff thN most unusual nprlnKtlmn in5I'efl'N Camp Into a model training cite there
roads -
are already ,
, four weekly Issues. seeks divorce. Bradford County IN! ('IIIC..r COURT, I H\I>FOMI> flowrrn
i my hand and official seal IN: CIRCUIT COIn?. BRnFORIOor Telegraph shall publish this Order COI'NTY, FLORID| IN CIIAN- aliuve Never hae and recreation center tho AdJutant highway. are there, and a

x-, Florida. this Februar,: CF.HV.Benjamin.TY. FLOIIIU.ti IN ( tI.t>- In next: four weekly Issues.Witness Mary C FII.Mackey William, Plaintiff ore profiixrly a good: attain"ph'. General stated. good, portion of the sewage disposal -
my hand and official
Parker Plaintiff, vi. seal at Starke. Florida, this Feb vs. Andrew J. William, Defendant. A. V.'. Itedgravp bottle on Mouth Although the Florida 'Guardsmen system electric distribution
L SEAL) A. J. Thomas Margaret Scriven Defenilant.
Parker Case N..., 1138K.I .
of said Court. C'ne No. 6361. ruary(OFFICIAL 18 1948.SEAL) A. :J. Thomas,, ORDER OF PUBLICATION wldom has this beauty lM- 'n ttewtl will leave the state for summer system, and other facilities will

Green, Stark, Fla. ORDER OF PUBLICATION, As Clerk of said Court., I ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR / m. The M-i-ne |"Iow.| Knowing the maneuvers this year. because remain."

Pit. 2-U't, 3-11 1>> > STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to. Margaret T.Atty.Frank for Landrum Plf. ,. Starke 2-20, Fla.4t12 STATE William OF, whose FLORIDA residence to.: AndrewJ. Is un- of the grounds at Bradford high the unsettled status' of Blanding General I...,,-*,,, wall Introduced

I I'I'r ('ORT. MRADFORfll Scrlven Parker, whose real known. rains that have fallen made It Impossible to plan far by Col. H. C. Wall Mayor of
FI.OHIUAI IN CHAN dence and address last known I required to on f
, You are appear
l-ahler No. S East 132nd Street New Tori COI'NTY.: FLORIDAl IN! CIIANCKRV April Bth, 1948 In the above named ler. T\cntj--on yard 'of clndrrn enough ahead It is quite llk ly Starke and ,Selective Service officer

Plaintiff v... Elian City, New York. Court and cause,.* wherein plaintiff II that that organization, and perhaps for'' the Florida National
Ihler, Defendant. Ca. No You are required to appear on Ruth Janes Lindsay, Plaintiffvs... seeks divorce. Bradford County September hut Mashed right out.
March. 29th 1948, In the above nato Leonard L. Lindsay Defendant, Telegraph shall publish this Order' to remedytratmedous Guardsmen from other Guard The program was la
ER OP PUBLICATION ed Court and cause wherein plaintiff Case No. 6355.ORDER Iin next four weekly Issues. I expect to dlJ aomethlng states, will use the site for maneuvers charge; of W.' B. ,Mundy.
Bradford "
NOTICE TO APPEAR seeks divorce. Count official
hand and
Witness and
OF PUBLICATION my job a huge expense.
01' FLORIDA to: Eliza- Telegraph shall publish this Order: ANT> NOTICE TO APPEAR; I seal. at Htarke Florida this 3rd of ,In 1949 General' Lance ,

Ihler, whose residence .and In next four weekly Issues. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Leonard March. 1D48.OFFICIAL. stated.In CLUB :
ILI i : Unknown Witness my hand and official sea L. Lindsay whose residence Is f ( SEAL) AI. Thomas, TOURIST
re required to appear or at Starker Florida,. this 19th of H. L. Oreen Company, Shoe Repair As Clerk of said Court. addition t. the land being
1943, In the above named February, 1948. Department, Merrlmac Street Low- :John J Henderson Esq., St.'' Augus.tine iction Commended the Armory Board, NEWS NOTESThe i
d cau e, wherein plaintiff:: (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas. ell Massachusetts. Fla.Atty turned back I
korra and award of prop- As Clark of said Court. You are required- to appear on for Plf. 3-5 4t 3-2 Financial Report other Government Drooerty witha
radford County Tele..raphIIII.h John J. Henderson Esq., St. Auustine Starke Tourist was
March 22, 1948, In the above named value of 938Q.OOO wUl
this Order In ; next Fla. *- Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff 'IN! CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD salvage entertained at a delightful bingoparty
ikly lnBues.ff Atty. for Pit 2-27 4t 3-11 seeks divorce Bradford County : COUNTY" FLOHIDtl IN ('11'I NC't ba 'mada, available for the use of, __ 'L_ ... ,_ ... .IOA
my hand and offlcli, Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn I HYWilliam. --- Guard the In ins vyomas" viuo ouuatag -

f Clarke! Florida._. this Feb1. l\r! CUltIST Cot'RT.'BRAbFORD next" four weekly issues H. Sweet Plaintiff vs.Margaret the Flortha National -Tuesday ,j*;& wlth J Mr. andMm'.FTaM
1. I. '
194 Cane erarrU i l In
Sweet Defendant TW
Witness my hand and official N. Adjutant < ;
COUNTY FLORIDA! IN CHAN. pe : : fco'rjs/tel4tlng as
\L SEAL) A. J. Thoma.. CRRY.MUbra seal at Starke, Florida, this February No. 63B! all'of theordnance area, ; ."r % .
As Clerk of said Court, Plaintiff' vs. 19, 1948.OFFICIAL On HER PUBLICATION cludas ,, .t.. '
I'altt'n.' Starke FI... '- Kelly. DI.rda Cane No.'rJord: (( SEAL) A. -J. ThomasAs AND NOTICE TO APPEAR much of the warehouse area, the '

|r Plf. __ 2-27 4t 3-U ORDER OF PUP-LICATION Clark of said Court. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Margaret field house and other Prior to the social,,meeting the
Skipper & Speh. Williams Building, N. Sweet, whose residence Is mammoth brief
}l IT COJ'nT, BRADFORrTt AND NOTICE TO APPEAR board of directors held a
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Win- 7V, Forsyth Street unknown.You useful buildings.
FLOKIUAl IN CHAN.I ford Kelly whose. residence Is un Jacksonville. Fla. are required to appear on session presided over by the
known. Atty. for Plf. 2-20 I Pogmer Sohwartefiaberjvs. nnd cauae-wherein plaIntiffseeks Include president
to facilities planned
You required or
are appear
Lawrence M. Sch- Bradford County of making plans
March 29, 1948 In the above named IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD cllvorre. for the purpose
erg, Defendants Case No Court and .cause, wherein plaintiff COINTY.: FI.OHIUAI. IN CHANCERY Telegraph shall publish this Order I[ officers clubs, non-commissioned for the future. Several newcomers -
: seeks. divorce. Bradford County la next four weekly issue clubs and property will
officers ,
I ER op PUBLICATION>. Telegraph shall publish this Order Robert Thomas.. Plaintiff, vs. Na- Witness my hand and official among the tourists were added
I NOTICP; TO APPEAR In next four weekly Issues.Witness omi Thomas, Defendant. Case No. seal at Htarkn, Florida, this 3rd of be made available for the construction the list of mem-
OF to growing
p FLORIDA to: Law- R354. March 1948.OFFICIAL home on
my hand and official of private
Srhwnrtzenberg whose A.I. Thomas, .
onnRR: nr> PUBLICATION ( ) bera.
at Starke this
and, address last known l< *. Florida February ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR As Clerk of RAid Court. Klngiley Lake for Guardsmen.
lain franklin Apartments,, (19.OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Naomi John J. Henderson. I0nq., Ht. AUKUM- > The lake will be the scene of I Several spirited games of bingo
N. Y.
As Clerk of said Court. Thomas whose residence Is un tine, Fla. the were enjoyed and the 13 attractive -
"o required to appear on Qalneavllle. Fla. known. Atty.'for rif. 3-5 4t 3-2 "considerable activity" during
Zach H. Douglas,
th. 194S. In the above natoan.t to on P prizes were donated by Starke
Atty. for Plf. < 2-27 4t <-,19IV You are required appear summer months, he stated.In .
rause, wherein plaindivoroe. March 22, 1948, In. the above named. iv riHcriT rornT. BRADFORD merchants. Mrs. W. Ft. Brennan:
Bradford County COI'RT. BRADFORDCOUNTY. Court And cause wherein plaintiff rOI'VTY FLOIIIIttl IV CH,'>- dlscusxtng the use of the

h i shall publish this Order CIIlCtJIT" FLORIDA IN ClIA.CKRT. seeks divorce. Bradford County tEnT IFr..d reservation! for range cattle, General of Mlsnouln, Montana was presented -
four weekly ieues.I Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn W. harms, Plaintiff, vs. An-' attractive set of plastic -
my hand and official seal Virginia Ambrose Gray. Plaintiff,, n..xt four weekly Issues lI'u.ta Harms, Defendant. Cane. No. Lance stated that a mutually an
.".> Florida, this 24th of vII. Grady Gray Defendant. Cane Witness my hand and official ease f beneficial agreement wasreached ash trays from Florida Plustics -
IHq.1. seal at Starke Florida,. this Feb.rnnrv OHDEU OF PtlBLlCATrON the tourist who was
\ SEAL) A. :J. Thomas, ORDER OF PUBLICATION Ill, 1948.OFFICIAL ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR a between that ,Guard and for being

An Clerk of said Court. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.As STATE OF FLORIDA t H ndernon, Esq., St. AuF STATE OF FLORIDA tot GradY Clerk of said Court. Augusta Harms, whose .rrIi.i.: hom
la. Gray whose residence is unknown. Chas. R. Hess 204-5 Ouaranty Life and addrenH In: 604 '.. It Prlnnn, whereby the latter will
lit 2-27 4t 3-19 You are required to appear on K-ldar., Jacksonville, Fla. Anneslle, Baltlmorn Maryland. r Supt. A. It. Mcltae maintain fences antI fire lines and Mrs.' W, F. Helntz delighted
March 29, 1948. In the above named Atty. for Plf. 2-20 4t 3.12 You ar reriiiIred: to appear on J listeners with a number of piano
'IP f"'O"RT BRADFOnn Court and cause, wherein plaintiff April l B. 1940 In the above nam 't I I help supply labor for timber op-

I 1', FI.OKIDIV! CHANntnmn -' seeks divorce. Bradford County IN! CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD Court anti cause, wherein plaintiff Cash Balances I'!I eratlonn In return for use of the elections! both classical and pop-
this OrderIn COUNTY.'' FLORIIAI IN CIIAN- seeks. divorce. Bradford County'Veiegraph 'I singing of familiar -
shall publish and
Telegraph ular
; Jones. Plaintiff vs.I next four weekly usuaL <'lRT.alfred shall publish this Order fl Beginning of year _.- 76.22342 I I land for grazing purposes. The group
also enjoyed.
Tones, Defendant. Case Witness my hand and official seal William ITatherley Plaintiff In next four weekly 1 issues official t -- -, Armory Konrd will use' revenue favorites was
at. Starke Florida thl* February vs. Frances Hatherley Defendant Witness my hand and I Mrs" Her thn Pearce, with herefficient
ER' np PURLICATtDN'OTIf'F Case No. 6191. seal at Starke, Florida, this March h Total available ':from pulpwood and other timber dell-

:-; : TO APPEAR (kFFICIAL 1 SEAL) A.I. Thomas, ORDER OF PUBLICATION 3. 194H, s I 1946-47 .-__________ 327250.19: I operations, as well as the $12,000 committee, served
fl OF FLORIDA to: Wll- As Clerk of said Court. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I. Thomas clout' sandwiches and coffee.KT. .

ion.., whose residence and Zach H. Douglas Gainesville. Fla.Atty. STAT OF FLORIDA to: Frances An Clerk of said Court., e | to $1.VOOO annually from, the du .._. ._.............. .nlirht.. Mr. and
Is 247 Frank Landrum Htarke Fla .
Jaor known Is 13A Quonset, for Plf. 2-27 4t 8-19 Halherley, whose residence : T. ? "'X"F.' nlT"n.4! : 1 I Pont lease, for construction an') a .en. j
Hon.1 Ina-' Tromont Street Newton. Massachusetts. Atty. for Plf. 3-6 4t 8-211 I '! J. Craft will be hosts to
U.3.A.C., Logan, General Control _____ 11341.12 maintenance of property In the Mrs. K.:
,'r''' required to appear on FI.OHIDAI IN. CHAN-' Too are required to appear on IN cincuiT...{Ot'iil IIR IN 4lFOHtP'11 \% t, 1 Instruction ________ U ,712.:5:5': : National' Guard area. the members and guests
named .Ollln.\ ( -
above COUNTY. !
held as
'th, April 5, 1948 In the
[ 1944, In the above nam- f FH Y 11,479.40\\ Stunt Night program
will undoubtedly -
:and jau.e, wherein plaln- Rebecca Groves Jernlgan.-Plaintiff, Court find cause, wherein plaintiffseeks ( 1111"'uman VM.'I Operation of Plant .- All of three activities Woman's Club at 8
Plaintiff the
Ht: divorce Jernlgan De divorce. Bradford County Jack Hiitson, 5\I.04'\ ) beneficial effecton usual In
of WIllard Wiley
and custody vs. d Repairs' Si Replacements have a
Defendant. Case
I. Hutson,
radford BIS1 Telegraph. shall publish this OrderIn rhoda All tourists and other visitors
rase No
,"11'I this County Telegraph fendant.ORDER OP' PWLirATION next four weekly Issues. No., 39. ? Auxiliary Agencies .. 32141.75: ) Starke and Bradford County.General p. m.
Order In next mem-
PT'lrLirATrOV local residents,
kt HBiie..a. V AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Witness my hand and officialnenl ORDER OF I Fixed Charges ______ Lance said.FollowW In town
111 to WlllardWfley at Starke Florida this March AND NOTICE TO APPEAR and prospective' members are
hnnd FLORIDA :
OF hem
and official seal PTATB
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Thou ____.. 7,363.0"\\ I'renUlrnt
e Florida. whose. residence l I. 4. 134*. ; ;? Capital Outlay I'
this of Jernlgan
| '9Iq. 24th unknown.You (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.of snld J. Thomas Court. r Mrs.,. Carroll.. whose 41Varnn residence Street l Is: *7. I Debt Service ____..... The Adjutant General, who Invited to attend these enjoyable
\t,. 'RI FL ld I )Court.A. J. Thomia March 29 are 1948.required In the to above appear named on Robert II. Duncap, 204 Lynch E'ldg., Providence I R. I ,_ State Free Textbooks 3,42051: n..rvfd "H' Chief of Staff with the ,weekly events. courts arebeing
; to M I II shuffleboard
required The
You are appearVfarrh new
r I'nderson, Esq. St. Augus-I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff larksonvllle, Fla. Division overseas during
the above name'I 1- Dixie
restoration of \tty. for Plf. 8-S 4t 3-2 21, 1948, In used by the tourists as
3.101 seeks divorce and nurt and cause, wherein plaintlfleeks j 242,11581 War II spoke after Ro-
p" 2-27 4t maiden name. Bradford i County -c Total Expenditures: World and ara
Prailford Cnirtvfelegraph the townspeople
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn .IV CIRCUIT COURT. BRtDFORD divorce. Cash Balances I tarlans hail l listened' to a broad- well as
fIr BflADVORDI COUNTY, .LORUAI-I" CHANVfarl'e shall publish this Order aIn
rOfRT. Issues. enjoyed.
four weekly much
r V, FI.oaIO"r! CIIANrn Witness my' hand and official ('P.R T. next four weekly Issues. a. End of Year ______-- 83,13433Total : cast of President Truman's message -
1 and officIal
this PebO3'1rICIALSAt. McOoon. Plaintiff vs. Jack Witness my hand Immediate -
eat at Starke. Florida r. McOoon Defendant. Case No. leal' Ht Starke, Florida. this Februd, : to Congress urging
s. plaintiff. ... Jack
ruirv 24. 194 To Elect
FR fen4nnt, Case No. 6343,1 .) A. :-Thomas.. 1383ORDER irw tit. 1948.OFFICIAL .BEAD: 'A. .1. 'Thomas' OIClerk Expendituresit passage of the Marshall Man. Legion
: njr PUTUrAT1ON I Clerk of said OF prTlLICATTON ; I Training, and,
A. 1946-47 327.2S0.19 Military
TO APPEAR II.. of said. Cnnrf to TuesdayAnnual
: TO I Law Exchange I
APPEAR :r. C. Durrance.
OF FLORIDA to: Jack Jacksonville. Fla. c."trt'l 'STATE OF FLORIDA to: M.'. :"v-re Anderson, Orson* Cove Ii. Selective Service. I
whose residence and adThe Plf. 2-.1 .'. :Tack .1. McOoon. whose reslitan'end Ipringe lilatirys. I Lance stated that these will
..tty. for address Is: Grand Hotel Rush for Plf. 2-27 4t 3-19! )nty General election of officers

Local Ladies BuyRonnieDonnie three measures would undoubtedly. .be held at the regular meeting of

.0- have a beneficial psychological: "I.'' Post aft American Legion next

a- StoreThe I feet In demonstrating to Russia. Tuesday night at 8 o'clock according -

ri a. u. u... .._ _____ nores.: tlona have been paid whf'n'due. at 228 that the United States was wilting to an.announcement yes-

reason for this? Is that the Andrews Pledges You may well be proud of your Ronnie Donnie Store sold last 1 to go "all out" In helping to terday by A. L. Crosby Jr., post
Cast Call Street was of Western
buying l U handled, Ineffectively by preserve the democracies commander.Mr. .
each bureau Equal ConsiderationOf 12 1.2 Lb. Bass school system. week to Mrs. George B. Flynn. and I Europe. He stated that UMT Crosby announced that
board and busses
separate school
Roads "Thirteen new MrJt. E. J. Flynn, both of Starke. I, the necessary backIng transacted at
Instead of through a central purChasing District's Leading In ContestA been purchased during; mv Mr. and would provide other business to be
have this
by the former of trained men to keep meeting will Include a dlscunslon -
could buy teacherWand this
agency that of Lake Butler black bass, first term of office and Mrs. Luther Savage of Lawtey. emergency -
economically In large quantities. .- O. Fred Andrews 12 1-2 pound salaries country prepared for any of sponsorship of a Junior

the candidate declared. In Starke this week In the caught by EX: P. Stalling in Lake ,' principals' present with those of The two Mrs. Flynns who are but that it would be two Baseball League and needed repaIrs -

candidacy for the the record entry to I compare favorably personally operating the store before thlji; program could home.
Warren advocates the removalof Interest of'his Geneva, is counties In years on the Legion .
the usedin State Senate. Issued the follow- date In the fIshing contest sponsored Duval and other large state that the business will contInue be set up and functioning so that
state i "
tax on gasoline statement: by Lindaey Walker of Key- the state. to specialize In Infant and result would be felt. Therefor To QualifyFor
farm and fishing Andrews
boata equipment ling 1 1! I am elected to represent atone Heights which ends March RKCKIITS: chlldrens wear. A new department It Is necessary for the President

from because they do not benefit as State Senator at the next | Slat. The runners-up are two Vocational funds (Fed.) 1,66995 featuring children's party to ask also for reenactment of Sheriffs Race

He the use of the highways. I I you session! of the Legislature you 10 1-2 pound baas and there have Voc. Funds (State) ___ 1.218.25 gifts and free gift wrapping has Selective Service legislation at i

stated that he would do ; Fund ._ 133091.20 added the new proprietor General R. J. (Romey) Andrews stated
I I rest assured that the farm- been several 8, 9 and 10 pound Teachers Sal. been by this time, the Adjutant
everything In his power to secure may i 15762.00: that he will pay his
and Program yesterday
to-market roads for Bradford entries }otr. Walker stated. Foundation said
the passage of a no-fence A DHL Taxes 49.106.10 It unlikely that qualifying fees as a candidate for
I, Counties will be given awarding a $25 County : He considered
'taw is
at the ses- Union Mr. Walker 46,990.00Sale : tomor-
next Legislative Bradford County
Funds of
asa Sheriff
black Racing Com. ? Births Blanding would be used again ,
consideration. Rerent
lIon in order to free the highWays equal cash prize for ____ 47960 Incase
the Property
firm the hazard roaming\ Bradford County being the bass caught on rod and reel with of __... 324.16 The Shadycrent Hospital announces Federal Installation emergency. row.Mr; Andrews announced for the i
of Receipt national
will receive' more within a radius of Misc. the following births: a
livestock: larger. artificial lure 3.420.S1: and will
several .
TextboOks office .co'
for roads than dur- State Free Earl Law "The established military camps
funds available 15 mile of Keystone Heights Mr. and .In.. Robert to active campaign foi J Jelection

Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Klclcllter of Union County. ing each calendar month. The It, Starke. girl Sharon Dianna,,''I would probably be sufficient begin an future.'
In the near
Stuart were visiting J. F. Kick- "Your support and Influence contest la open to all comer, and Total ReceiptsAll ___ 231,021.77by: March 0. [1 take care of the UMT program
liter Sources) -
and other relatives in Starke will be appreciated. there .is no registration fee. (

last week. b O. Fred_'Andrews.

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You and each of you are hereby In =.
of Travancore tlon, who will operate the Blan- Maurice Edwards 4-H Boys Meet commanded and required to appear,1 'next V1t0e5s fou, ft' 'KII flit
III'The Reigning Rajah ding mine for cluPont, has also plead or answer to the Bill of Complaint I seal at Stark&'''. h.nd "

Decided He Wanted A Little More been operating a smaller plant Offers For CountyCommissioner Thirty-seven boys attended the styled filed cause against(being you in a suit the above to. of(Official!March Seal 1)41I J>lor""...

near Jackxmvllle since 1043: under 4-H Club meeting In the Starke quiet, confirm and establish In I 1A. Clerk or ) A. I

(Continued from page 1)) beaches only when the monsoons lease from the Titanium Alloy school, Friday. Feb. 27. Projectswere scrlbod Plaintiffs land title as to against the above you and de- Jo'la..1. Ilen Said"r ,COUrt l8q.tine. .

aren't blowing (less than six Manufacturing Co., recovering ru- selected for the year and each of you and to have plaintiffsto Atty for Plr.IN .

edly had its effect In speeding up months out of each calendar tile ilmenite. and zircon. The the following officer were elect- be decreed to be owners. of the I
same In fee simple) on the 14th day
the exploration and causing the. year). Since there are no real Riz Mineral Co., formerly engagedin ed: President,. Levy Canova, Jr.; of April. 1948. and this you are I ClnctIT ("OI'RT.

company to rush plans for getting harbors In the small coastwise mining operations near Vero Vice-President Tom McClane; not to omit upon pain of the plaintiffs CERY COUNTY, FLortipti.it II
t the mine here Into produc country, the titanium concentrate said bill being taken as confessed I Jackie nMVl
Beach closed down In October Secretary Wayne Douglas. against you. I nlanrh.tt
Vlt. L.
tion at the earliest possible date. must be loaded Into dugout canoes IT IS FURTHER 'OnpRRED: Case No.Hoy Ellan'h.tL< ,
8409 L
Although Inscrutable Travan- and moved out to freighters stand- 1916.The IW: CIRCUIT COURT. lift'DFORD That this notice and order of publication ORDEJ'
: opI
Blanding mine Is expectedto COUNTY. VLOIUUAl I*<1 CHANCKRV. be published for four (4) I AND L1CI
core has In the past been duPonfa ing well off shore-an extremely produce 100,000 tons of fin- consecutive weeks In the Bradford I STATE NOTICE 0. .
it has slow and precarious process, obviously Everett Neal. Plaintiff vs. Myrtle County Telegraph a newspaper I Blanchett, .LORlDfPIt
chief source of ilmenite. ished llmenite to Defendant.. Cane No. 6411
II annually enough Neal published and having general circulation -I known. re'14!
never been a satisfactory one. not keyed to modern supply duFont'a. entire needs and ORDER OJT PUEXJCATION In Bradford County Flor-t Toe are
methods of American production.At ida. April to
India were uncertain I2lh.
t : Shipments from I end its dependence on foreign STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs. WITNESS my hand as Clerk and ed Court lun, In the
and Irregular for one reasonor the present time the largest sources. Myrtle Neal whose residence and the seal of this Court. this the 9th tiff seeks and reuse, fl,,.
another and even at best ll domestic source of titanium Is address. Is:, 2217 10:. 28th Street, day of March. A. D. 1948 in Htarke, Telegraph divnree 8hlll! Oradl
Titanium, as a powdered oxIde. Chattanooga Tennessee.you Bradford County. Florida. In UbliLb
ilmenite In the Adirondack next four
be shipped from the the ore are required to on Weekly
menlte can appear A. .I" THOMAS Witness I
Mountains of New York State has been used extensively In mak- April 12. 1048. In the above namedCourt Clerk of J.Circuit Court Bradfordr.n.a Ileal at my hAnd Ibj
'" and,4.aussiwherein. nl..lntltfU"'O"II ... 1IAn. .. Starke. ,
where National Lead mines about ing paint for about 20 yearr 4QWV \ -- .. '.'D Florlq"

I AUTOMOBILE 200.000 to 250,000 tons of COncen- covering capacity '- abut
_1 LIABILITY INSURANCE trate ,annually yielding from 70.- protect the surface applied

000 to 90,000 tons of titanium. is about ten times that <' .1.1to

Although not compulsory It I* This company also has Ilmenite more familiar white lead. PAGE 8-11 C ,""TYTELEGRAPII "'IUII.\

much safer to carry LiabilityIriHiiranrr. mining facilities in Norway. products waiting for tit p- __ __ .. __ __ __ __---- >. "\..
k' -
I rrpresont only old when the source of supp?
stock companies. American Cyanamid Co. (Cal- the office truce faithful conscientious Q n d I FOU '
line, reliable comes adequate Include: the of Clerk of Circuit ()tJ'rv
Your buMlnetia Mill be appreci- co) operates a smaller mine in Political Court subject to the will of the Impartial. I servlca In the. discharge I nl WHic-r; :a ()5"LTS('''MIt.' .
but has also been depending ufacture of paper cna: people in the next Democratic, Prlinarles. of my duties.Your i I hereby nnr I
Virginia :
0( .
ated. stoves pots. pans. ref rige) Announcements vote and' active support I for County f: .i
on India for some ore. I am Indebted to the people of will b.. greatly appreciated.T. I trlct Three S"p, "'
129 W. Call Street The Olldden Co., has a mine In plastics white-wall Urea, b' this. County for their frlendxhlp C. tTheo) i'.dwardH I a native and, i I'' Start
Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph caps. rubber sheeting and KATKt: !OMO FOR PERIOD support, and encouragement and I Bradford Co //N
North Carolina that makes It If re-elected I will fender faithful rolL COl'VrV CO>I MI SO! [ON EHItlntrlrt I know the m Jn '
leum. It is also used to de UNTIL FIRST PRIMARY: '"
Phono 130&N. service In .O. 1 (LillMtry) the d
__ practically Independent of foreign the office and take every county ai ,I. V
rayon. and a vast and as y PAYABLE ADVANCE: occasion for expressing-: appreciation In itinuunrln my CII nl hl. "y fowimiilv I honor me win, _,, '11'
D. Walnwright Jr. sources. field la of your confIdence I.'om' usissioner, District One, I f Ice. -I promisE 'u 110"To"
The Humphreys Gold Corpora- developed promised -A. J. Thomas Liuvtey, I \VHI| to urge everyone I efforts to rend- -, ,;:,.
I_ tanlum metals when, a met KOlt MIIRItlFP ullltlblu to register and vote. Choose I vice to all concern!!,

.......... ...... ........... After
your man carefully. he
..rIIMM,. iUIIii I"4tIIiIIf'r,,,, !.. "' "...",',,,,,,,,"'''''''''''"''"''"..''""'''..'''''',,"..'"'''''''' ''''''' ''''''''''''''''''''"'''''''''''"'''"''' '''.''''''' '''''.'''''''"."" found for producing then To the voters of Bradford County: FOIIlUSTHK'T'Cnnll""IO Eli office Biippoi him to make a take goodcoiut.isalouer. --B: fl> Dutr,
t nomlcally. I' wlHh, to announce my candidacy ISO. ONH it he falls I FOil
short 'f'r\'n
for 'the office of Sheriff of I hereby : eF.t,
announce my cnndlducy TO
Pure titanium Is a light, Ilrudford County subject to the' for the office of County Commlsxlon go the to job.him In and this make him got 01 ANn TIII4: U'\IO('I'rlll':,'" III' n!

SPECIAL SALE -- Mar. 13 1948 slon-reslatant metal that coi I1VOt this primaries In May. Ifelncted ..r of District No. One (Ijawteysubjnot ) ,help ourselves to manner better, we roads can I I I am tnhlnn., (f1I'\'rIE.thu
hIS) placo of responsibility to the will of the voter I drainage DH
eto. flouncing to ,
the properties of stainless 1 will do my best to of thin district In the May I'rl I dldate for y II, that ,1\
/{ the' people of this county a mary. If elected I shall Hive my If vlectfd t will do my best to I Staf( !Senator!
with those of the ford
strong cIo>an, progressive, honest. Impartial bout efforts to the discharge of my cooperate falily with everyone In- I Union Coimu
num alloys. Because it tI and fearless administration of duties for the benefit of this Dltrlct .- terested. I In the progress of our I yoU ceed myself I Dramis

fers a minimum weight tho law. I earnestly. solicit your and County.Hnvintf county. -S, P. Sulllvnn no' tine re.eIert between uv that Ihw,,
Store I vote and support. tar i I.
A. C.
C. continued high stress Is com --P. D. (Pete) Reddish. Countv Bond served Trustee Two In this terms T'ountv .. a-. nt 1. Iiox 84. Lawtey, FlaKOIl one and county I will tin continue' to ,
j T ff... ... mm IIj".t
It. use has been suggest* !- rant- \vel1-- nom-IItI. tn 8 as I hav.. n th.tt
many parts of aircraft des FOR !IIt''IItI''I'I' > '''IJIT OF'IClsLIU give. the service the people desireand I NIIKIIIFF asking every flute J
I\MTUl'CTIO\' to which they are entitled. horeby announce as. a candi child for their ; ,
textile machinery for big Your vote and active date for sheriff nf Bradford! County you to know I&pDor& ) '
I hereby that
announce an a candidate support T .In:
220 Temple Avenue Starke, Fla. spindles and in a variety for Superintendent of Public Instruction will b.. highly. appreciated subji-ct ries in May.to the If Democratic the people of Prima this ieart" from th" bo"m
of Hrn, ITord o J. phllllpR.
< County. Flor- ,
aphragms that are' mah Id.i In the May 1948 primaries. I rou .1 i PI-III\TIMH\'I': couuty I (Sheriff elect I me to the high officeof Sincerely! ,,.mr. (tin
under high tension, such ai am qualified for the office under OP I'l III.K IVsrill' t"l'ION Blnc-M-ltv of li.promise art If you with all chari,
the now school law and pledge mv- 1 wish. to announce that I am a chnll he run
FREE! used in microphones. -, self. If elected to discharge the candidate for re-election as 'your upon future the aa. In same the high .level In the FOIl TVri: >||,En
duties of this office faithfully arid I County School Superintendent. 1 I past.I To the people if l"radlo) "
,oj with the best Interests of tho children am v..ryitl'at..ful to the people of earnestly solicit your vote and I am a cnndld.itt for,
Jones Qualifies of riradfnrd County ever In Bradford County for the privilege oupport nnd assure you that It the office of Tux r-0i| ,
mind I further plcdtce, myself to of serving them during my first will be sincerely appreciated to the will of Hit.
2 Ib Pure CaneSUGAR Itch'
,. duvota full time to the duties of, term In office. -It. J. (Romey) Andrews. next Democratic prlmarln
this office and be ready at all You can be proud of your school: -- had several years' nftf
times to work with the people of system-It In. the result of combined 1"011 ('OI' 'I'Y .11 IKIK dealing In rent ,state.
ITo this county for the welfare of efforts of all. It ::4 With pleasure, that I an- other jobs of rrRponilb
every child In the county. Tour I respectfully solicit your vote flounce to tho good people of feel that I nm ''inllfM'
vote and support will be greatlyappr..clated. and, support during the coming lirmiford: County, Florida my can- office. If elected, I prom,
election and If re-elected to this lldacy for re-elpctlon as your charge the ilnllei" nf II\
.. Harmon P. Morgan. position, I will continue to serve County Judge. Am grateful to the with fairness. In an |I',
Each Person Who Purchases you with fidelity and fairness.. people of this County for their support and vote nn 5lij,
FOil !MIKItirFTo -Arthur McRae. support In the post and! have tried !Sincerely your
Merchandise the .citizens, of Bradford to show unto you that I appreci W. 8. (Uncle 11'11OTICI
$2.00 Or Mor : County: FOil !SVPFU'1SOI1! ate your trust In me. If you reelect -
I hArehv Annnnncn mv nnnriMncv" OF Ut10.toI'I'U4TIO'V me the Harm onnaMA.a'inA *
-- '
for the office of jlIlerll'ra' (jn assure I hereby announce my candidacy for your Interest will be exhibited; Notice (In hereby gi iiunderslvned ,'"
you of my appreciation of your Fnr Supervisor of Registration for Sit.In the past; your support and IK >>1111,1.Bed il
2 Cans SARDINES for _____-_________________ 23c ,q support during the campaign and Bradford County and ask your vote In the coming election will under the flcfllloiit inn I
your vote at the Primary Election, and support. If elected I will be greatly appreciated. lilt Home Cr .it,: tin '
Swan Large Box MATCHES forMl-l: ___________ 9c May 4, 194S. out- the duties of said office to carry the Gratefully yours, address: Cnmp Klnmllnt

1 ,1-2 Stze Can PEAS, 2 for ::? -_-i' ____________ 35c Florida 1 an and a native have lived of the In Bradford State of best of my our ability.friend Thanks. B. K.County Perryman.Judge. said Hn,. fictitious and Intend) nnnif, >< In t't I ivnf

T. 8! .(Tommle) Williams. tile Clork if tli Pit,
OCTAGON 2 pkgs. ____________-___-1____-- 19c County observed for the several duties years of the I office have of Bradford (*"unlv, Fin

LIMA DEANS. large can ____________________ 29c and I will If given the honor of election. FOil COUNTY.UtoI".lIc'r COMMISSIONKH NO. !a!' FOR STATE SENATOR Sole Army' Own..rCAmp Wrecking Cart
perform the duties to the I
A.C.C. Pork & Beans, Ige. can 2 for ____________ 29c bout of my ability. for County announce Commissioner my candidacy of District Blnnillnir Stark
-D. 11. (Smltty) Smith
No. 6, comprising.. Bvooker IN cinrriT rornr. mi'
A.C.C. Large Can TOMATO SOUP FOil sTvrn SENATOR and New River Precincts. subject COUNTY n.onimi (nCRRV.

Reg. Price 25c ea. __________-'___________ 2 for.27c I hereby announce my candidacy to the In the will Primaries of the Democratic voters .
for State Senator from the '15th In May. Clementine Pabre rtroim
A.CC. LENTIL SOUP Large Can You i Senatorial District. I have always the The voters vote. In and active support of 'v.. James* A. Brown, IV
the district Case No. 0401ORDER ,
f felt and worked for the aid of old are earnestly -
Have Dinner Ready For 3 Persons l and needy people. I believe In care solicited, and I promise If op prru\
Reg. Price, 25c ea. 2 for 29c II ful spending and low taxes. the elected duties to continue to discharge AND NOTII"I': TO APP
---------------------- of the office In a fair STATE OK FI.ORIPA I
1 It elected I promise full conscientious and Impartial manner I A. Brown whr) i.M>'
an have
i Best PEACHES size I 1 1-2 can 2 for --________ 29c J. service to the best of endeavored to do In the past. known l 1M InR tjs' trrotton
E. D. '(Duggar) Jones my ability. I earnestly solicit M. O. }
I 14 oz. Bottle CATSUP ______________________...19c t known your,, vote_ _and_ support!. subject"' tot HARHELI v, ,South", qrq Carolina.y.el' "I S.
former railroad .
.a uumucraua primary oc ajar 4. FOR !
ftllRHIFF April 12th. 194S. 'Hi 'n* s"
and lifelong resident of Sa 1948. I wish to announce mv : _ ed n-lien
FARMERS Remember Us If You Want Us To I has Sincerely your friend. for Sheriff of Hradford County candidacy sub tiff Court seeks. and dlvort cause nT"*
<< BUY YOUR PRODUCTS qualified as a candid, Clarence A. Roberts.FOH i2clTto the Democratic primaries ... .I..q--"n", shall 'I I'll I II*
j :'>> County Commissioner, Die If elected. I will discharge In n...vt fourv "'
.. South !Mil Kit IFF the mdutlifi",0'. the office to the heat "' tn..pw mi l ''i JIM
( Starke). Mr. Jon of .
I I hereby announce for the officeof anti I earnestly solicit (sent nt St"rk.. Fl dR! '
Other Industry Will Be Started Soon native of Bradford Count Sheriff of Bradford County sub voteand support of all the of Mnrch 1911.

J You Co-operate) With. Us. Many Persons Will Be this is his first bid for put' ject the Democratic to the will Primary of the of voters In voters of ItranTord-NEr. 01'i County' '1'. ,GREEN : A rnyewrryAT... Clerk of F.T.stir" .'' I

fica.County'. If elected t will a'n" .. .
make you r i T rTlrin, 1
I Employed. promise, and that Is to make you I FtltSllEIilirie!' : t..!.. JPT,.

'" """.. """'''''_'''"''''0'111I'''' '''' '" ..'",IN''' ''''' ....1>'''0'''". II '.",,, ,..' '1111'' "'"'' '..."',,,"",,,,,,,, ever one of hall.the best officers. you have for hereby the office announce of Sheriff.mv candidacy of Brad- Atty. for 1'1' "

Workers F. P. (luck) Jones. the ford "ounty. subject to the will of iv '("lnCI'IT fit III' BBr ,
I I I Democratic voters In the primary Fioniim. l n'f
Named In Red Cr FOH ("Ot: .I.Y CO1IMI to
DEALERSSERVICE' Membership Drive for I hereby the offlre announce of County my candidacy Commlo- "ponslblllty' this and trust"I Will hlirh dl."' ... r: ."... r>.(I.ROK n> 'M'
sinner for District One luiwtey) the duties of this office In
No. 8S">It.
IL fair
Hradfnrd County. Florida. If and impartial l manner. Your OP PCPf-"' '
Mr*. Junius M. Smith, eleote.il I promise to give faith- vote and active support will be ANT ORDER NOTirr '" ('PP';

fund chairman of the ann.uabershlp (IJI. energetic and conscientiousservice greatly appreciated. I hereby e'.cIt! : OC FT, ,"JP. '
STATIONS to this -T. C. (Clayton announce
Important office ) Crawford. my candidacy I I'
for the noun, whose re''ld' nr
drive- of the At I will at all times he ready to the 15th office of State Senator from Samuel Q Drown, T ''IW'| (
confer and advise with my constituents n T**: (' Senatorial District v
Red -tKCTOn com
Cross announced fhF elated Oil Co. TI;
I prising
yei and In duties. To ltrsdtord
my as Cornmissioner Union
of : CountieS
Bradford -
that she has to out I County: and. it ctd'.d 1 I
nearly cot carry their will hereby announce prornlso to 'fAr
rt I
my candidacy You requir'>
AND faithfully
GARAGES and work for the best for perform the are '
Interest of the office< duties
naming the chairmen and tf our district and county. Your nf Tiradforl f Tax Collector of this office to the best of Of >"II 12, ISiS! In
support County In my abUILY. "*
for the campaign In heitory will be deeply appreciated Primary Elertlon. I feel th.Iay that fth my reatlly Your vote and .upport will bo etl Mff Court seeks and divorce cnii' n l l"legrioph 'dM';

outside of Starke. T -.1. II. Monds many years or experience. as Deputy RaspectfuMir appreciated. hnll pub, I tb
Clerk and In other your. .
cler'' .' .
< In
next four wpekltneM
of names for the various d FOH COt: TY Hons pf responsibility Qualifyi O. FRED ANDREWS '
COMMISSIONER amply : ,, hand, '
m. for .. mv...! : ,
I hereby Offlr'. and 'L .
Is aa follows: announce my candidacy If elected I m Mtarke, -
for County Commissioner of District my full' efforts to discharge! FOil !rPKiiimoii
OF .
SERVICE To Your DOOR Brooker' : Harmon Mo Three Month /Stance' ). Tour to the all.duties Of said office with credit I K '":";"tvriov N (OFFICIAL. SKAT.) .\ I ?
vote and support will be y.onnourit'e ; ifl|i
; workers to be alec greatly will' for Supervisor my candidacy' A" Clerk'
appreciated. \ appreciate 01 '
!. fltlnnr the .. your.....support._. Hegl..tratlon for Joseph K. Skirmer VV tllar
fH tim
-Ira Wilson tvinn. an" I .h.. !I.ra'ford! Count".lIbJe"t .. "
--- uu. .h. .Ill 7. W. Forsvth St.. IP" !
--- --- k."n'l
on election '
fri At Competitive Dealer Prices Graham: Mrs. Ji:. H. FOR COfNTV' COMMK IOVKH: /Sincerely day.' your. 0&I Wtt toe. raised p..ople and'In the schooled May: In Primary F'rad-:. ttv. for Plf,

chairman. District Three R. A. Weeks. World rord C01l11ty and nm a Veteran of iv ("IIICI.T'rmll'r.; III>hl'
Hampton: Mrs. E. It. I hereby announce my candidacy mIRe to War n. IL' lfe's I 1'1'0' COI' "TY* FI-OIIU''\I I'Mildred '
for the office of County Commissinner FOil T.X AlilRlKOR! ol'fice of this' CI'IIY:
; workers (white of District No. Three, com I take this method. of announcing show to best of my ability. and to Mlms PlaL"lft; "
) McLean; (colored) Estelle pricing the South Starke Precinct for .I..tlon. to the office of fld..nce my appreciation for the con- r""ce lIm... Deffn. "",'" Ct
subject to the will of the voters Assessor of Taxes, promising and placed In m.., Your vote 8406
Laura Alexander. In the Primaries In May. If elected that Ir re-.I..t..1 I will continue you support will he appreciated.Albert OnnEn oF' pr'm.W'T'ANn |
llellbronn: Miss Rosa I shall continue to give my very tn discharge t h.. duties nf said oC- I... Crosby Jr NOTICE Tr, \PPFSTATM
Spark Plugs Fuel best efforts to the discharge of flee In an "Cflclent fair Fi-nnmi I'
my OF
chairman workers and Im- Foil {'Ol. .
; Mrs. duties It has been my pleasure partial manner. \TY ('O'lileeIoNEft: r..n.I1m". whose 0
Norman. Mrs. Raymond I to serve In this capacity for the Tour T1".1"1'1...''stanc.. In the I hereby iim-r, n\n I.IWTHY) I AC Pumps And All Other Mrs. Mattle Ellis. Mrs. past seven yeAr find I feel like I coming election Is earnestly solieited. for County announce a. a candidate You are reinlrert, "J
can continue to give my people theservice One Commissioner In DI..trl..t Anrll. 12th. 194*. In'' ',
Sapp Mrs. Mary Johns. Mn they desire and to which -E.' W. Hay. o'ratlc H.awt..y Primaries) subject to the Dem- ed. Court and ceusetiff' ,
A C Products thev are entitled. In \Iay. I H elf"1
seeks divorce
Wainwright. Mrs. Irene Mi. Your FOIl COtNTY If el..ct..d. I I'
and support will be 'OW'tlIllllIO\: ( duties to Telegraph shall """'"" '
Lawtey: J. B. .Wall, Jr., appreciated.. I lll.trlrt No. 1 (5.awteyb. Impartial ot: this office S'Sr! In next four weeUli "i'Witness
hereby mann..r. ;
--J. ti. Wynn. announce r iIIi
I man; Li; H. 'Hill co-chi for the office of candidacy assure' VOII that I'll my hand th'I
County (
our roads see after sent nt Sfnrke.' Florid
workers to be announced. volt CLERK CIllCriT COfHT subject loner for, to District On. ( "omml.-f operate with and the will be willing to co- ],fArrh, 194Sqnp.lerCIAt.! !?

New River: Mrs. C. P. I am a-candidate for re-election maries In May the If elected payers In this dlstrlc.t.voters and tax SR H.) J LI
Maremont Mufflers & Tail Pipes A. CI..rk l >
chairman; Mrs. Jeasle Lee -Bill IJ\ne John J. Hendemnn C "I I

.. Grey Rock Fan Belts by co-chairman; workers tine, Fla. .l'
Atty. for Plf.
to be
I announced), (coloret ,
du Pont Chemicals ate Kelly. .

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Rising and Vanderbilt: Mrs.:] '

'; Many OtherAutomotive Maude Brownlee. chairman; work- When Applied Against The Iurcha. Of Certain via oattery

era (white to be announced
; Appliances At Our Store
Items (colored) Sarah Jenkins" Beatrice '..; .

Sampson and Theressa to be \ These BatteriesAre
announced. With the purchan of any Range or Hot GUARANTEEDAnd-

t "Tha opportunity to become a Water Heater wean make Installation and

member of the Red Cross comes hayou cooking with Gas for a* little And Will Fit
Your BusinessFarnilome only once a an
: We Appreciate year. Mrs. Smith PRACTICALLYALL
stated. 'In the past year the Red $9.95 plus price of the Range or Hot Water CARS
Cross has spirit $750,000 In FlorIda -
for disaster relief work alone. Heater. SttoIII fpr price befoie you buy.

In addition to needing funds for V AndrewsMotor

: helping servicemen and veterans You may also use this clipping as a'!' .

and future disaster work the new

',,1 AND I American Red Cross blood pro- credIt on the purchase of a Maytag Deep

gram will take thousands of dol Frft'U'(0 have some nice space heaters

lars." closing: out at a saving to you up to 25 Co.PHONE .

i Auto Supply Mrs. Smith stated that within percent.Two .

five years the Red Cross expects 118

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!* With Colonel Bradford

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1T, ocours to the Colonel that some of us grousing "city folks"

U.q Urln well ti-arr.! a lesson from our jfarmcr friends when it! comes to

in stride. \
! misfortune
eftop lot of farmers have stopped under my favorite shade tree at .Official County Publication Established In 1877

or another during the past half century; to pass the time --- u -- -
:me -- -
IDA 4 i- I'have yet to meet one who couldn't summon up a smile VOLVMK SEVENTY n"HTAKHK.' FLUKIDA FKIIY.. MAItCH ID. I94S NUMISKK: : T11TY: -Tt1'0
e41nlnei' _. .
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eke some kind of Joke febout the weather, no matter how hardeen -- ---- --- -

t 1141 grounds lilt! water-logged But for take legal us action! "city against horticulturists"the elements, we seep if a few to thinkve nar- Berries Show Springtime In Starke General Lance Describes Activities

atrld& Saturday, for Instance. It was the first real sunsMny: Two Aspect

ake fter last more than a week of unprecedented rain that con Brad- Quick Recovery Planned By Florida National Guard

farmers thousands of dollars in rotted seed, washed-

County fertilizer and ruined strawberries. But what. did you see and
along Call, Street weeping. walling and gnashing of teeth? From RainsUnless To Start Soon At Camp Blanding

RCB"V mly not' .
almost a carnival atmosphere of jollity and good-fel- additional damaging rainfall
here was Varied the activities in at
phases of
now progress
farm friends were In town than usual, because throws Bradford elI.
of our County'sstrawberry
0rs ,p ;More Klamlinz! and others to take place in the near future were
wet to work, and they were obviously en-
e was still crop for another loss }
;round sunshine after fort- I described to members of the Rotary Club here Wednesday

o03urE, g to the fullest extent It reminded the bright the warm Old Colonel of the "good a old over the weekend, volume of fruit by Brig Gen. Mark.W.. ,Lance, State Adjutant Genera], of
of overcast skies. Is expected to be sufficient to'' St. Augustine
drk automobiles .and hard-surfaced roads, when Saturday,
before load a 200-c'rate refrigerator truck These include : ,
THE day of the week; because It was the
mort than noW early next week Market ManagerR. I Use and continued development of the camp as a National -
to town.
lot- farm families could take off and come ?
for time that the about the weather came from B. Alvarez stated yesterday. Guard training and recreation center.

Laughter and good-natured down'Joking Call Street. Berries, especially where plants The mining of ilmenito by Humphries Gold Corporationon

urn groups gathered up and ain't it?*" were mulched and fruft" was pro- 4.000 acres of the reservation\ leased from the State Armory

its 'Howdy boys klnda water-soaked, the tected from contact with'the wet ,N ..- Board by the E. I. duPont de Nemours Co
out of
minnows 11)deb"
y rte A,! Worst In years. My boys are catching I 1 soil, have shown amazing comeback "t'# 'f'' S ,, Use of the reservation by the State Prison'managementas

astr lire!r after last week's torrential U1" wry, R a cattle range, and the instituting of forest management
to Jack Yyea I
Some of these politicians. around- town' ought. get a rains, Alvarez said. Nine crates wMt SRS 3i'J' 4 practices (pulpwood etc.) .

Iii,, up our roads: for us." appeared on the market platformhere The permanent establishment of a State MaintenancePool

Uar, And a round of goodnatured' laughter would Inevitably follow Wednesday and were sold for ] (current payroll)] of the shop id: $15,000 per month).
R, ::". an of $9 crate. Quality '
witticisms. average per
homespun The flrrantinjr of a 12-month extension to the Army

tou Of course, if you asked 'em a point-blank question the fellows was poor but is expected to Wrecking Corpn., for the completion of its activities. at. Blan
show if weather
R d admit things were pretty tough, but they weren't letting. a Improvement ding.
continues the weekend.
1,1 good over
till thing like that spoil a 'nlc'e sunshiny day. I Guard Alvarez stated that. the "big
us lIon Undo Bob Hailsop, now retired confided that "our farmers are buyers" will arrive here early Lance stated that negotljatlons he stated .

rDr id shape.1 They lost practically all the seed in the ground and next week, ready to handle Brad are now complete wherebythe "However, In case of a real

r laving to ,wait to replant until the water goes down." ford's late, but fast-maturing crop. U, S. Engineers will turn 32- ehiorgency It is quite likely that
hasn't done much farming since hiss 000 acres of the Handing reservation niandlnK would be mad of
Ift 3. C. Knight of Lawtey Among those expected are representatives use
In sweet corn, which is back to the State Armory since it could be reactivated for
few back but he has an acre of J. H. Dulaney and
< a years
1'inl\rel. This will enable the Florida -
tr l a.y his second planting, but only hand high. Can't tell much Wishnatskl & Nathel Plant City
1ar lit t strawberries yet," he says. "But we know they'll be late: and Bailey & Peele, Chadborne N. C., plans. for development of the Injt an entirely" new camp somewhere

pason short." He's' had half a ton of fertilizer washed away. and Tom Davis of Maryland.Italn The marked contrasts offered l by thli must unusual springtime In I Camp Into a model training site else the general said.

tkd P can plant crops again, but the main thing is that we'll miss Damage Heavy Starke are vividly portrayed In the xcrniv, above Never have flower.slid and recreation center, the Adjutant "The roads are already there ac-
tkn toss highways) are there, and a
and consequently Ute good prices" he reasons Last week's rains, falling on hloRmunlnx trees bloomed more profusely it goal example General stated.
early market of the
n good portion sewage disposal -
he's "Just ground that was already near the bring the' lovely dogwood at the A.V.. Kedgrave homo on South
,lenfroe; Crews, still hoping to cultivate 2$ acres, says Although the Florida Guardsmen system, electric distribution
r In' out there'waltin'."' Hasn't been able to plant a thing no saturation point, caused Bradford Water Street. On the other hand, seldom haw this beauty been \lewd will leave tho state for sum system and other facilities will

u beans no nothing." Livestock, he says is growers at least $30,000 loss In with more IIc'omfort, by Stati ('It('". The arena below, showing the HUT maneuvers thiN year became remain."
i117pr, no potatoes no seed and fertilizer. It is estimated -
dlMtresMlng condition of a portion of the grounds at Hrailfonl High the unsettled status of Blanding General Lai".< was Introduced
t ut; drowned out"Roscoe that around 500.tons. of fertilizer
i Green admitted that "It's the hardest I've ever seen had been distributed in School tlilcn| the mesa canned by the heavy rain that have fallen made It ImpoiiHlblo to plan far by Col. H. C. Wall, Mayor of

and Just as well "be under water.. You can't plow it." He con- preparation for spring crops, and hero throughout the fall and winter. Twenty-one yard. of cinder enough ahead it is quite likely Starke and Selective Service officer -

rs himself lucky 4 because he hadn't distributed any fertilizer orItpd perhaps 75 percent .of this wa" were lumpe In thli area taut September but washed right out. that the organization from, and other per- for' the Florida National
i Guardsmen
the rains lost through leaching or runnlng- Supt. A. R. !Mcllae states that "\\' expert. to do something to remedy haps Guard The program was In
any seed to be 'ruined by states, will use the site for ma- charge of W. B Mundy.TOURIST .
until the week starting March 22nd," the situation although: It will be a tremeiloiw Job and a hug erpenae.. General Lance i

We won't be able to plant off.Market neuvers In 1949, ,

,I, ..J. F. Grifns.Who- tanns 80 acres a mile this side of Highland. Manager Alvarez state. stated CLUB
March kith at that the loss of cucumber seed
all through by
t. the land being
Usually addition
I II at's mighty late. In
latest." was not as great as feared last Board Of Public Instruction CommendedBy turned back to the Armory Board, NEWS NOTESThe

Levy Norman his son James, go a furlough from Robins week since many growers had State Auditor On Financial Report other Governm prooerty witha
says t
Starke Tourist Club
not put them in the ground. A- will was
planting. value of 1386,000
out with the spring salvage
id, Ga., and came home to help round 300 pounds of seed had entertained, at a delightful bingo
and got out 10 acres Superintendent Arthur R. Mc.- be made available for the use of
I e y did manage to,do some planting one day I been sold through the market, Florfda National Guard the party In th..Woma,'. Club building
right before the heaviest rain, and'wU1 have Rae announced today that, a re- | the Tu aday,4kiMCwlth Mr and
!rorn. But It was and Alvarez estimates that only t5esetaftiiiIdt' Thin tn' ,
thla\ time "without James. Hi.-furlough I porti"ef-the'audit of'Uie'aecounts Adjutant ; Mi.... HaiW.'V &. fer:.
be /Gone alt bvet agaJn ': 100"pounds' .isexpttftedat<*e$ elude all' of the*ordnance area, > "T":' .' ffloUtjng ashat.

s I i up Saturday and he had to return to camp. for replanting : the of the Board of Public, Instructionhas much of the warehouse area, the ..

Yes, the old Colonel has just'one blot advice to give you when|i market today.. -.I'; been, received from Bryan i mammoth field house, and other Prior to the social.meeting, the

II.''re feeling sorry for yourself because of bad weather conditions. I It He estimates 'that 60 percent Willis State Auditor. useful buildings. board of directors held a brief

of our good farmers. In exactly thirty : of the Irish potato crop will be session presided over by the
t t get out and talk to one The Board of Public Instructionwas General Lance stated that recreation
feel ashamed that you ever felt sorry for lost, curtailing' production froman facilities planned include president Mrs Junlus M.: Smith,
i>nd he'll make you ,
laugh away your'grouch. estimated/12 or 15 cars .to' highly commended In Mr. noncommissionedofficers for the purpose of making plan,
u Melt, and chances are that he'U help you officers clubs,
around 8 or 9 cars in this county.. Willis' litter, of transmittal and clubs and property will for the future. Several newcomers

Practically 1 all bean acreage 1. .L. Graham Director of Ad- If be made available for the con among the tourists were added

Pledges Fight'' Against Sales Tax, ; described as 'larger than last ministration and Finance o( the struction of private home on to the growing list of members.

Barren Here year', will have to be replanted. Guardsmen. .
New Economies In Speech State Department of Education, tr, Klngiley) Lake for
.. Corn has, weathered the wet also' extended a high compliment rSuptt The lake will be the scene of Several spirited games of bingo
weather better than most other very during the were enjoyed 'and the 15 attractive
"considerable activity"
n I The creation of a State Pur ha to the board with referenceto
' Edwards crops, since much of the acreage summer months, he stated. prizes were donated by Starke
g Commission as a means of Harrie Lee was well up out of the ground. the Auditor's report. In discussing the use of the merchants. Mrs. W R. Brennanof

ring taxpayers an estimated Buried At Conner Losses will be especially light In Superintendent McRae' extends: reservation for range cattle Gen- Mlssoula. Montana was pro-

,000,000 annually was advocated, the Brooker section where groundIs an Invitation to the people of the eral Lance stated that a mutually rented an attractive set of plastic -
Edwards died Monday than In county to examine the audit of ash from Florida Plastics
jy Fuller Warren, candidate for Hands Lee higher and more rolling beneficial agreement wan trays
morning March 8, at St. much of the county. the financial transactions' of the reached between the Guard and for being the tourist who was
"tremor In a speech here in Jacksonville County Board for the flucal year State the longest distance away (rom
Luke's Hospital Manager Alvarez states that the the management of the
!,.)' night before an attentive several ending June 30, 1946 and June .
illness of will home.
following an cabbago market is looking better Prison, whereby the latter
[idience of several hundred. : weeks. and he advises growers that he 30 1947. A schedule of the major A. K. Mcltae maintain fences and fire lines. and i Mrs. W. F. Helntz delighted

As a further means of state He was burn in Crab Orchard, may have a chance to move their classifications! of the receipts and help supply labor for timber operations listeners with a number of piano

K-onomy, Warren charged that Ky., and moved to Starke 23 cabbage next week. expenditures Is outlined below. Cash BalancesBeginning in return for use of the selection, both classical and I popular

[Florida could have better roads years ago where he engaged in Farmers are generally agreed These figures!! wore taken from of year ..- 70.22S.12 land for grazing purpoheit. The and group singIng of familiar

<"r lean money" if present meth- farming., He was 67 at the time the State Auditor's report just Armory Board will use revenue favorites was also enjoyed.
la ol letting contracts were putn time of his death and was a that the weather since last fall received and/ are In accord with Total' available from pulpwood ant other timber Mrs) Bertha Pearce, with her

a more "businesslike basis". member of the Pine Level Baptist -. has been the most unfavorable of the annual financial report that I M I 1946-47 ._________ 327,250.19 operations, as well an the $12,000to efficient committee served delicious -
season experienced In this to be submitted by the du sandwiches and coffee.
'Our system of letting contractsas Church. any required $I. .OOO annually from the
made too many milllonarlea Funeral services were held Wednesday 1 county. The ground has been County Superintendent at the| ,KMT.NIIITI'KKS: : I Pont I Ion!He, for construction and Next Tuesday night Mr and

::1 too short time," Warren de- i afternoon at 2:30: o'clockIn I saturated with water and unfit for close of each fiscal year Dental Control .____ 11,341.12 maintenance: of property In the Mrs F.. J. Craft will be hosts to

lared. '1 hav a.! no objection" to a the Pine Level Baptist Church I work practically ever since the In releasing/ the above report.' Instruction! ________ 145.712.55Operation National Guard area. the members and guest at a

ieasonabla""profit, but I think it's with Rev. W. E. Hall officiating! rains started with tropical storms Superintendent'! McRae stated: "I of Plant __ 11479.40 I All of them activities will undoubtedly Stunt Night program held as

jtime to pui/ the whole situation assisted by Rev. G. E. Cutshawof of last September. feel that an thin Is' near the end, Rrpnlrs & Replacements S.OOOOI i have a beneficial effecton usual in the Woman's Club at 8
Intermentwas County Auxiliary Agencies ._ 32141.75 and Bradford County, p. m. All tourists and other visitors -
under a microscope and ask our- Hellbronn Springs. of my first term as your Starke
Vlv j why we shouldn't use the in Conner Cemetery, with Prize-Winning Beef School Superintendent that I Fixed Charges ______ 7,363.04 I. General Lance said. I In town, local residents, memo

name fundamental business principles Key-McCabe Funeral Home In should submit a short. report to Capital Outlay ___ ___ 21,397.40 I FollowTrenlilent bert and prospective members are

I in state government that charge of arrangements. I On Sale At Lovett'sA the people of Bradford County. I Debt Service _________ 3 0.00 The Adjutant. General who, Invited to attend these enjoyable

I\e 1 would use in our private buslnesa. In addition to his widow, Mrs. : Short Horn, have tried to carry out the wishesof State Free Textbooks 3420.51 I served, us Chief of Staff with the i weekly events.shuffleboard courts are
| ." Sarah Alice Edwards, he is survived the County Board and to art. Pixie Division overseas. during The new
I of
by five daughters, Mrs.\ R. raised by Charles Lawson minister the affairs of the office I Fotal Expenditures: 242115.81 World War II, spoke after Rotarians being/ used by the tourists, as
Ha roundly denounced the sales will be sale In Lovett'smarket and are
Starke, on the townspeople,
) M. Browning. Green Cove Springs; of County Superintendent In a Cash Balances had listened to a broad as
tax ami those who advocate It,I I here this week. ____ __ 85,134.38Total much cnjoyml.
I and aJJed would Mrs. Harvey Mixon, Live Oak; fair manner. With the cooperative End of Year -_ cast of President Truman's men-
that Florida exhibitedby
need 1 Mrs.: W. A. Nemeth, Gainesville: This fine animal was spirit of the County Board sane to Congress; urging/ Immediate
no new taxes If greater Mr. Cedric Rosier Lawtey; andMraTate young Lawson at the recent school personnel and citizens! of expenditures pa.
|were economy in state' government O. Alvarez; three sons Southeastern Fat Stock Show and the county it has been possible to fc Balances 1946-47 327250.19: Universal Military, Training and

I exercised. He said that Harvle C. Edwards and Jake Sale held in Ocala. Improve the schools' physical facil Selective Service. Officer TuesdayAnnual

supplies bureaus for its various boardsand of Biggs Edwards, both of Jacksonville This prize winner, along with ities. The school transportation General Lance stated that these I election of officers will

Florida cost the State ; Charlie P. I Edwards, and many -others exhibited by 4-H system and the overall county Local Ladies BuyRonnieDonnie three measures would undoubtedlyhave be held< at the regular meeting of
more than twice as
boys and girls, was purchased All school accounts beneficial psychological .f.1 I
) group chool program. I a next
as the twelve grandchildren.Andrews Post 5ft American Legion
same cost in several Food StoreThe
supplies I the Lovett's and obligations to Russia
of states.) by bills. Invoices I feet In demonstrating I Tuesday night at 8 o'clock ac
our neighboring Stores. have been paid when due. I that the United States wax willIng
T ne reason for this is that the Pledges : Ronnie Donnie Store at 228East' cording to an announcement yesterday
You well be proud of yourschool to go "all out" In helping '
1 may by A. L. Crosby, Jr., post
buying !la handled Ineffectively by Call Street was sold last I
democracies of Western
ConsiderationOf the
Equal 12 1-2 Lb. Bass system. preserve
each separate board and bureau week to Mr, George B. Flynn, and He stated that UMT commander
Instead of through a central purchasing District's Roads Leading In ContestA "Thirteen new school busseii Mr! E. J. Flynn both of Starke.I I Kurope. the necessary backlog Mr. Crosby announced that
have been purchased I during nrv Mr. and would provide other business to be transacted at
that could buy by the former owners
agency this
economically in large quantities, ,.G. Fred Andrews of Lake Butler 12 1.2 pound black bass, first term of office and teachers'and Mrs. Luther Savage of Lawtey.The I of trained men for to any keep emerg- this meeting will Include a discussion -

the candidate declared. In Starke this week In the caught by E. P. Stalling In Lake principal present salaries I two Mrs. Flynns, who are country prepared would be two of sponsorship of a Junior

Warren advocates the removalof interest of his candidacy! for the Geneva, is the record entry to compare/ favorably with those of personally operating/ the store, ency, before but that thin It could Baseball League, and needed repairs -

the ute tax,on gasoline usedIn II State Senate Issued the following date In the fishing contest sponsored Duval and" other large counties lathe itate that the business will con I be years set up and functioning program so that 1 on the Legion home.

farm equipment and fishing statement: by Llndsey Walker of Keystone state. tinue to specialize in Infants and I results! would be felt. Therefore,
boats because they do not benefit "If 1 am elected to represent Heights, which ends! March, RF.C.IM: childrens wear. A new depart. It' Is necessary for the Presidentto Andrews To QualifyFor

from the use of the highways. I I you as State Senator at the next .i 31st. The runners-up are> two Vocational Funds (Fed.) 1,669.83 ment featuring children's party ask also for reenactment of Sheriff's RaceR.

He stated that he would do session of the Legislature, you i 10 1-2 pound bass and there have Voc. Funds (State) 1.218.23 gift and free gift wrapping, has Selective Service legislation at

everything |in his power to, secure I may rest assured that the farm- been several 8, 9 and 10 pound Teachers Sal. Fund __ 133.091.20Foundation been added, by the new proprie this time, the Adjutant General J. (Romey) Andrews stated

the passage of a nofencelaw I to-market roads for Bradford and entries Mr. Walker stated. Program 15.762.00County tors.Recent. yesterday that he will pay his

at the next Legislative MS-, Union Counties will be given Mr. Walker Is awarding a $25 & Dlst. Taxes 48106.10 said.He considered it unlikely that qualifying fees as a candidate for

lion' in order to free the highways -' equal consideration cash prize for the largest 'black Racing Com. Funds __ 46,950.00Pale BirthsThe Blanding would be used again asa Sheriff of Bradford County tomor
the ____ 479.60Misc.
from the hazard. of'roaming Bradford County being bass caught on rod and reel, with of Property Shadycrest Hospital an- Federal Installation except incase
livestock, larger will receive more of the artificial lure, within a radius of Receipts. ____- 324.16 nounces the following births: of. national emergency. row.Mr.' Andrews announced for the

Mr. : : funds available for roads than 15 miles of Keystone Heights durIng State Free Textbooks 3,420.51Total Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl LewU. "'I1w established military camps, office several weeks "ago'and will

and loJrIy Klckllter of Union County. each calendar month. Th Starke, girl Sharon Dlanna, would probably be sufficient to begin an active campaign tot
Stuart were visiting J. 5*. Kick.liter "Your support and Influence contest la open to all comers, and Receipts March 9. I take care of the UMT program." election in the near futun.lg .
lan and other.relatives* in Starke will be appreciated., there Is no registration fee. (All Sources) _.__ 231.021.T7 I
week. O. Fred_ Andrews.


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----------- nounce the arrival of a baby I U . a . 0 tamed the young people with a I'had as

Bradford County Telegraph daughter, Marcia Ann, on Tues- GrahamBy I party last Friday night. II I I YoungbloOd w'eckeno le
Lawtey day, March 9. In the Alachua Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney,, Mrs. Felton Gravps Tempi
County Hospital. Mrs. Green was 1- ----- or'
L. MATTHEWS. OWN.'s-EDITO'sPublished 1l'8. John McKinneyCRtNSH.1WC.i1N
ESTABLISHED 1877 By L. II. Fates the former Mills Melba Hardee of

Friday and Entered an Second LaCrosse and Gainesville. e I I. -

t.iaa. .. !Matter Every at the PontMEMBER Office at Starke, Fla. The Lawtey Home Demonstration Harry Edwards of Gainesvillewas : I From where I sit...ly oe]
Club, under the supervision I visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs! Minnie Cain of Gaines
1948 of Miss Madge Whlgham, met in Mrs. J. V. Edwards, Sr., Sunday. ville and Graham and Franklin
11* the school cafeteria last Mondayand The Brooker Junior High 4-H Crenshaw, also of Gainesville,

Annually 1.10 For Six Month Tuesday evenings to do craft Club met Thursday, March 11, In were united In marriage on March: How to Keep 'Em
e i:
6 In Folkston. Ga. They are making
work in aluminum. They made the school cafeteria. Plans were
' aluminum trays and also plan. to discussed for a future food dem- their home in Gainesville. Down On lha Far
? TO EACH ITS OWN etch glasses. natration and Miss Whlgham Friends of the couple wish them

5 A sincere compliment was paid to Starke by Harold Dr. Shuler Peele District Supt., prepared some fruits and explained much success and happiness In
qV life.Theron The other day Pete Swansea wheel of.
official of the State Chamber of Coma' the tractor,
Colee, high-rankinj? of the Gainesville District of the process. wits
merce last week when he stated that he had attended Cham Methodist Church, was guest Tho G. A. and R. A. met Mon- Altman of Andrews, S. nephew. Duel allowed as how he cheeks again. And hey
ber of Commerce dinners in all parts of the country but speaker at the local Methodist day night. The G. A. members C., was visiting his uncle and was fed up with farm and countrylife..and night life of the city I,
never had he attended one with such a representative crowdof Church last Sunday. At the close studied for their arm bands and aunt, Mr. 'and Mrs. Carl Jones,, .. was going to city glass of beer with Di4
size. of the service he held the Fourth Mrs. H. C. Douglas wherenny was a lot more opptIl'From
people in a community of comparable afterward last week. the where I sit M
tu excitement.Some :: 1
It seems to us that Mr. Colee's remarks were well Quarterly Conference. served the group refreshments.! Mr. and Mrs. Louie Dempseyare goes.Try to prevent son*J
.3 founded, for seated around the huge E-shaped banquet table Charles Shuford oil Virginia is J. W. Adklnaon died In the Ala- now making their home with folks might have tried to getting what he think.J
were lien representing practically every business and pro- the guest of relatives In Lawteythis chua County Hospital, Thursday, Mrs. W. C. Dempsey In Waldo. top him. But not Pete. He even, and he'll go on wanting]

fession in Starke and, what la most remarkable the week. March 11. His funeral was held Joe Kale has returned from advanced Bud carfare'for the trip him his head, and hell,
women-folk were right there too. Mrs. Rosalie McLeod and 'children Saturday in the Dedan Church. Clearwater.Mrs. "figured that when he'd had a the sensible thing]
have Marion McLeod and Eloise Mrs. 'Adklnson and children returned good look around, he'd come back country life,
+ Such gatherings make us think that perhaps we Carl Jones and son, Leslie, or a temp,
Stanley, of Lake City were visiting home with her brother fora where he belonged. of beer I
ahd world conditionstoo Debbie
' been worrying about world problems and Mrs. Hall were visit-
much and about )local problems and local conditions too friends In Lawtey Thursday visit In Georgia.Lee ing in Gainesville last Friday. And what happened?After seven

little. If in each community throughout the world there of former last week.teacher Mrs.In McLeod the Lawtey wasa Jacksonville Gainey spent with the his children.J. weekendin John McKinney left Tuesday for days of big-town bustle and excite::

was a group, of civic-minded individuals, such as assembledin school. W. Thomas of Gainesvillewas Atlanta Ga., on business. ment. Bud was back behind theCopyri

our USO building; on March 11, who would be willing to The 9th Grade''play that was visiting Mr. and Mr .T. W. Carl Broughton returned to

present a united front in solving local problems first, it postponed last week because of Thomas Jr, Sunday.R. Lake Okeechobee Sunday, wherehe ,Af,1949, United State&",.,.
goes without saying that there would be no world problems! bad roads will be presented this O. Allen left Sunday for has been employed. -.-._.,_. _tThere's -..
This was the considered opinion expressed not long ago Friday at 7:43.: 1 I Jacksonville where he has accept jrfrs.' Otha Starling and Mr*.
by a former Government official who was noted for his clear Friends of'F. R. Carradlne were ed employment.Ivan Mabel Core of Ocala were visitingMr.
thinking back in the days when he was associated with the glad to see him back in Lawtey Hazen of Jacksonville was and Mrs. Robert Hines Sun-

'I, Roosevelt administration in Washington. This is the way last.weekend after spending sometime visiting G. W. Hazen Sunday. day.Mr.. Only 1 1155
In the Alachua Hospital and Mrs. Leonard McKin-
County -
he expressed it:
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby were
"World thought has simply been moving in the wrong where he went for treat- In High Springs Tuesday.Mr. end ney of visitors Daytona here.Beach were week-

direction. We have been working our heads off for world ment. and Mrs. Francis Russ of Mr. and Mrs. John Willis and
Friends of Mrs. R. R. of
solutions which have proved to 'impossible of achieve- Jacksonville received Thede Lake City were recent guests of children of Nichols were visitingMrs.
word that
ment, practically. Yet many solutions can be reached right she Is In the New Bap- Mr. and Mrs. Vance Russ. Leila Willis last week.
{ here at home. By this I do not mean within our hemisphere tist Hospital, Boston England, Mass., where Mrs. Lloyd L. Dyal was visit-I I Miss Catherine Starling enter- That is whether Florida tkg" '
or our Nation particularly. I mean you must go down into she went for treatment. Mr. and ing relatives In Jacksonville last fFUf:T.
for primary solutions to problems. and Mr. and daughter voters want to select
your own community many Mrs. Thede operated a general weekend Dyal !
The people must achieve some real and sincere action store in Lawtey for many years visited Mr. and Mrs. A. H. CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION their own state officials "
e among themselves, springing directly from themselves. and their many friends hope for Hall in Jacksonville Sunday.
t There i.s where the people can find success easier to attain her a speedy recovery. .MI'. and Mrs. C. L. Adklnson of or have their govern.

for improving the conditions under which they live. Word was received here this Tallahassee were visiting Mr. and mental affairs handled
"Every community has a housing problem which is week of t the death of C. E. Rhodenof Mrs. Vance Russ Saturday.Mr. .
Jacksonville. Mr. Rhoden wasa and Mrs. R. R. Carlton and by appointees. Our
desperate, and more important to the lives of human beings votes
y family Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mott,
resident of Lawtey for several
abstract national and international bickerings. HousIng
years and was engaged In strawberry Mrs. Mattie Sowells, and Mrs. were ignored in 1946.let's .
really and immediately affects how people live. Every-
ti and truck farming. His Mary Mott attended the family
where will find large of veterans, and others make them Count' in
you groups friends extend condolence to the reunion at the home of Mr. And
housed in ononset huts or modernized swamp shacks. Mrs. Waner Mott in Hague last
-- ;"We; talk; b.u"i'the; -atom bomb,budgets, and(the- -unions, family.Mrs. C. S. Bohanan of Miami Sunday. ) 1948. ...-: ,\>,., .

to the over-shadowing of the really important local problems. was the guest of her parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bigham and
Say the Chamber of Commerce is meeting tonight at 8 o' and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard, this children were visiting Mr. and I
I clock. How many people will be there? Not 50, I expect. week.: Mrs. Lester Hardy and Mr. and
Two or three people have to run every civic organization i in Mrs. Lloyd Wood In Jacksonville
town. The public at large makes its yearly contribution to Ie Sunday. I FEELECtEDWIN : :
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Adklnson
the Community Chest and considers its duty done. BrookerBy I
of Buford. S. C., attended the
"What about juvenile delinquency (by this I mean par- funeral of J. W. Adkinson here I 6. ED FRASER
ental delinquency), zoning problems, health problems Helen Barry Sunday.Mrs. I ( )

even labor. I was reading in a financial newspaper the other Bill Bigham and Mrs Phone 64 STARKE
day about the large number of labor disputes which have Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hardy and Hewlett Anderson were shoppingIn I STATE COMPTROLLER

been settled on a local basis. You could really settle a great children of Hampton\and Mr. and Gainesville last Friday. On-the-Mintt Service il I (Political Adv. Paid for by- Local Friends of Ed Fracrll
sector of that whole problem if you had an awakened in- Mrs. Charles Hardy and children ;
fluencie.at work in local community of Starke CARD OF THANKSWe
your were visiting Mr. and .
'\ >f not bringing themselves up to their local Mr J. BS." Hardy Sunday. wish to thank our many

responsibilities. Woman's clubs and luncheon clubs hire a/ Mrs. Q. E. Colson, Mrs H. C. .Friehds for the kindnesses shownus
speaker who will talk weightily on the budget. Now what. Douglas; Mrs. J. K. Douglas, and during the Illness' and death of
woman's club men's luncheon club do Mrs. J. E. Hardy and daughter our beloved husband and father,
on earth can a or- a also for beautiful -
J. the
T. Terry: I
about the budget? Talks along that line are all right as a visited Mrs. R. A. Colson and floral offerings. Especially do MAKE LUNCHTIME
daughters In Starke Saturday.
matter of general Information: but the local organizations Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Edwards of we thank Rev. and Mrs. Lee, Mrs.
need to concentrate first on the problems they know best. Gainesville visited Mrs. Lottie Ed- Arwood the WMU ladles, Dr.
They need to get together and exchange views and find solutions wards Sunday.Mr. Adams. Charles Schmitt, and Mr.

which will improve the primary facilities of life for and Mrs. Roy Green and Jones for their untiring efforts in
the ordinary mortal human. daughter _were visiting Mr. and our behalf. May God bless all of .

"Some people say we lack leadership in Washington. Ina Mrs. Charles Hardy In Starke anti you.
Democracy the people must assume some responsibility!" of Mr. and Mrs. Q. E. 'McGauley In -The Terry Family.BaCKACHE.

leadership! themselves.:: They are not doing it.; They are letting Palatka last Sunday. REFRESHMENTTIMEI
matters drift. They should be shamed into some sort Mr.. and Mrs. 'H. C. Douglas

of action. They should be encouraged ,to shake off their were dinner guests of her par-
total concentration on world affairs, to attend the meetings ents. Mr. and Mrs. C, J. Strick-
land, in LaCrosse .
of their civic organizations, to speak out and take steps. Sunday.Mr. for quick otnfortln.. help for Baekuht
and Mrs. Earl Gellman and Khiumatlo Fain .
Oattlnc Up Might strong
We must awaken some local leadership, which is what this Ion of Jacksonville cloudy urine Irritating p....,...Leg Pal.... s
were guests of .. .
IrolM under y and iwoUen anklea, due
world of ours the particular spot in which we dwell Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey Sun- to non-ortanlo and aOD-Iltlmlo Kidney: and
most needs right now for the common good. Tell your Bladder troublu try C,....quick.compliMaUitaetlon t i
day.Mr. or money back guaranteed Ask 1
churches! that. Tell: your educational profession."If and Mrs. Wilson Green an- your KkucsUt lor Cyrte*1oc1a,.
you could get enough: people to work locally, you
would soon see a different country and, ultimately, a different --

\V'e world.agree" wholeheartedly with the opinions expressedby JOIN s T

thin! former government official. It is! easy to see that OUR CLUBAnd

possibilities! would be unlimited with a united front presented -

by a group such as that assembled our USO building

Thursday night of last week. Nothing, on the local scene

would be impossible. And if every town, everywhere, had Buy GROCERIES
such a group at work this troubled world of ours could forget -

': ,,4 its international aches and pains and go about the more Lflrk21
:;'.. important business of decent daily living. ,
Wholesale! !

Electric & ; : i iiiM1
Supply FEES $2.00 WEEKLY

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5' I 123 1.:.. CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. Package M _

Electrical Contractors p Ck 1s110G 1--P- in RiceSibs. y, Nh.

,,' Licensed Electricians 39c 49c

No. "2 Can 8-oz. Makers

Tomatoes----1 Chocolate28c

r I 2 for 25cGRITS .

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Complete Line of Builders SuppliesPhone I Gal. Pure

'0 43nooo" From S.A.L. Depot Delivery Ser\lce Lard

j t Sherwin-Williams Paint Your HOUHHAnd Paints'! Home f'aJrbank.-\loroe Water! Systems 5.Ibs.! 45c 2.25Large e grr t

V Pay by The Month Term If ONI..I -- .L- __

Ivory Snow Flakes'' ,
Thick-Butt Asphalt SMngliii. (Green 4: Khi) -lIull V Hardware Cloth Common and FlnUh. NalU- A "-- L-
( -
tOIl Siding! Cement Mortar MilS : _
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no tR'IIIJ.! 19-18 __ ___ -_ R'I'OItD- COUNTY TKLEOKAPH. STARKE FLORIDA IvtnuiOKTY ...nnrg'..
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Lea celebration of his birthday anniversary I ------ --- --- no'I
R, Celebrates Birthday Housewarming For ent needs. for developing and I
) maintaining an adequate road ,
Guests were served supper at K Mr. and Mrs. Jones system which Is so vital to the ZACII II. DOUGLAS, ATTORNEY
1 p. m. on the spacious porch. economy of Florida.
Joe During the course of the evening '. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Jones were "This ANNOUNCES
] Supper anda honored at a housewarming on long-range program shouldbe
amusing games were played
of Friday night, March 5, given by planned on a payasyougobasis THE OPENING OF A LAW OFFICE
wide variety popular phonograph "
H.1 Gaines Mrs. R. E. Jones and Mrs. R. E. Mr. Woodard said. "It
I music was enjoyed. Jones Jr.Several. also must be emphasized that the AT 33 W. ASHLEY ST.JACISONVII41.t .
a'Em entertained forM The following guests were basic
Johns : present consideration of the tax.paYE'r's : = FLA.
games were ,
played and
to share this occasion with
Gaines' at a sur"lettl ability to pay should bo
' For upper Thursday lh M.: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Broadway Pl prizes were awarded to the win- the factor in determining the EFFECTIVE MARCH I, 19.18

d 4. at their home on Mr. and Mrs. R. E.'Mundorff. h ners.Mrs.. Eunice Wilson and Mrs. scope of any such plan."

' Streets In Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Burdette, Mr. et Ruby Johns served refreshment
.wiii; Church Two New Families
'd he'dfhei ; buffet style. Table arrangementswere
in the Easter motif. Twenty- Buy Near StarkeMr. BICYCLE SHOE
w 52-J two guests were present on this
pyDEF SEav1CE I happy occasion and Mrs. M. J. Sadenwater *

itt 0tG'hink ,OLLOW TMI STORK Mrs. Hartmann formerly of Gary, Ind., moved to REPAIRING REPAIRINGWe
Register ElectedTo Starke recently after purchasinga .
ytntmlt home and seven acres of landon
A Head County the other side of Stanley'sRanch Make Keys

d he'p'gee DOES YOUR 1 N Petroleum Group on Road 100. Mr. Saden

I water Is a retired railroad engineer. 0\0-\ _.___
1 temp, ? Freeman Register' ,' local
/ I I ; ;i imo4el : 1 for the Gulf Oil Co. waselected Mrs.! Sadonwater, who has relatives l SPORTING GOODS0.|

chairman of the Bradford in Jacksonville and Fort .
Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. - - .
of convenience and IW i i County Petroleum Industries I Lauderdale saM this week that .
Frank T.
Abernathy of Graham
Are you proud to show It J I Committee at a meeting held in she likes her new home in Flor-
ijj who celebrated Mrs. Abernathy'sbirthday
Isf You can achieve botte on Sunday, March 13 !the courthouse here last Friday ida. "Florida. lit doing wonders' for Biggs & Baker

ms at a very moderate011' f '''III,; with a dinner for a number night. Other officers of the organ Mr. Sadenwater' for the first
rn.ail as modernize It wit b" friends and relatives. ization elected at this session time in years! he has slept soundly -
r "
Appointment. They celebrated their Golden were H.E.Tucker, vice chairmanand she said. 105 W. CALL' ST. STARKE., FLA.
q h H. C. Brown, N. D.
IIe Wedding Annivepsary on Sept. 5, secretary.The Wainwright handled the
Three Years To Pay* 1946 at their home in Graham. group went on record sale of the property. -
to Mr. and Mrs. Abernathy came through the adoption of a reso- Other recent newcomers arc
to Florida in 1901 In a covered lution, against the continuance Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Eaves
wagon and have made their home 'of the 1 1.2 per gallon Federal and children, formerly of Denton,
11 Plumbing & Heating here ever since. gasoline tax and the 6c per gallon Md. They bought the Chas. J K. NOTICEBeginning j jI
Lubrication oil levy. Campbell place two miles southeast
The group endorsed a six-point
mple Ave. ,STARKE, FLORIDA Phone 144ECT and Mrs. Buddy Bishop, Miss program of objectives' for 1948- of Starke on Road 100. I Next Monday Our Store Will .

Elma Hickey, Charlie Parker, 1949 which was offered by the Mr. Eaves is no stranger to

I Comer Ferryman, Bobby Turner, Florida Petroleum Industries this community an he was. stationed II Close At 9:00: P. M. Each Night
i Miss Janet Anderson Miss. Ann Committee, the parent organiza- at Camp Blandingduring

J. P. SULLIVAN I Wilt, Buddy Wilt A. W. Anderson tion.The I the war and grvw to like/Florida
Jr., Miss Annette Gunter principal speaker' of the SUNDAY HOURS
so much that he decided to move
Gene Fogg, Herbert Green, and evening was Glen P. Woodard, I
ounty Commissioner, Dist. No. 1 Miss Grace McKinney. back here with his family. '
Jacksonville Excutlre Secretaryof 9 A. M. to 11A.M.4P.M.to6P.M.

LAWTEY BRADFORD COUNTY the Florida Petroleum Industries j
,V- t> ...-* Linda Faye Wasdin Committee. He IItrE'st'd'the!
It The Above Hours Are The New Schedule Adopted
IFICATIONSJ .. vital Importance of concerted ac- t
|renty year experience bookkeeping; accounting and Has Birthday PartyMrs. tion for the successful operationof COLDSLIQUID Hy The Western Union

lilting with The' American Oil Company GeneieU .%c- Riley Wasdin entertained the county group and presented MEDICINE IS BETTER t

ntlng Offices, Jacksonville;:' Florida; Seaboard Air a group of children Saturday afternoon a color film. CM ifMMcw* nl,..l ol Cold MutfUl wl'lo 111
Railway, Starke Florida; Starke Coca-Cola Boting March 6, in the Episcopal Mr. Woodard pointed out the t1.Isp.. .w1110,L.....C.Id'"pare'_Ie he U So KOCH DRUG STORE
I fact that Florida collected in ex- LIQUID
Co., Starke, Florida. Church Service Center, honoringher
toss of 140,000.000 from the State 666 COlD KIPAftATIOM. .... ....
small Linda .. - - -
daughter Faye a.W
[resident property owner of this District for !seven! gasoline tax of 7c per gallon and Co.ua ur.drrO .. "' .
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on her fourth birthday anniver- --- ----- -
an. Interested In the progress and development of this Is almost twice the amount f

|is DiHtiiirt because am raining a family of five chll- sary.The collected In the peak pre-war yearof
youngsters enjoyed amus-
i-n here 011 the farm. Intor<' ted In the churches and 1041.
ing Indoor games during the afternoon
iiioli. of flilt District. "Florida's highway users should
and later were served. i
be one of the first given
NKEDS: party refreshments. A lovely, groups BUDGET BEHTERSMENU
tar relief", he stated. "Out of
:e, j.U
hats; More and better drainage; Sympathetic aid top In pink and white was placedIn the only 68c I
consumer gets
the center of a long table at
of the County's
needy; Qualified uJM'rvllllon worth of gasoline, the remaining
.. one end of the room. The children -
... "
Ian. 32o Is taken by the tax collector.
were given favors of color-
oral LET'S GET TilE JOB DONE ful paper hats and candy Easter A long-range highway planning DRIED BEEF
program was advocated by Mr. OF CORN AND
Your Vote & Support Sincerely AppreciatedPaid egg's. Woodard as one of the most urg- CA5IAGE SLAVEPEACH .
Mrs. Roy Bell, Miss Kate truth, MANS CARROT-
( Pol. Adv.) and Miss Marilyn Chamberlin .,. GRUN STRING -fit 'ei '

______u_ ._. __-: __'_,----,.) assisted Mrs. Wasdin in serving CORN MEAL MVrriNS "
and caring for the small guests Please ElectF.J.SHAW MILK
the festivities. corrtt

RN While You LEARN to FLY during occasion Those present with the to share small thti honoree glad r, VO'O lUl.I I

were: Mary Lou Edwards, Betty CASSEROLE Or CORN AND DRIED BIEFyt *
Ann Simmons Hal Seymour, Mar NEED .
The G. I. BILL of RIGHTS garet Ann Manassa.Betty Lou and 'o ft I Ib. dried beef. .,1 cup milk cracker crumbs (4 k
Mary Katherine Wainwright Flo butter /4' cup
2 tablespoons llIteJ
E Slade Jimmy Lawson! Perman cooked corn 1 small onion \ WEEK-END: : SPECIALS
Roberts, Jimmy Malone, Bill 2 cup pepper V 1 I teaspoon pepper t
Green, Marsha Kav Bennett Jean Ya cup dIced green I II Frl. Sat March 19 21

e are now Approved for the folding and Margaret Hlatts Dave Long I In I tablespoon butter until crisp ,
"l beef
dried ,
courses: \ "'! r, Kay Hart Larry Elliott, Bonnie Saute layers of corn beet-
sic and Ad. ,-=:::. '" I and b rown. Place crumbs baking dsh.,
Ground Primary Blrk, Mrs. Jimmy Seymour Mrs. in buttered
I cracker
need Flying Also Private, Com ____ ... rJ Resale Coteon. Mrs. Edna Hart peppers ik.to d which onion and pepper: have; been added.: $25 CASH
ercial and Flight Instructor .. ... Add Let stand 15 minutes.
... Mrs. Rosco Elliott, little Linda's with remaining, butter.
'. ....", Dot top .) for I hour. Serves J
surses No. 5650. F
Approval n.r :: : ((350
: :: grandmother, Mrs. Lula Edwards I Bake in moderate' oven TO UK GIVEN: AWAY

'Mrs. C. B. Roberts and Mrs. Mil- four to Six.
lass Room Instruction'Tues. & Thurs. garet Ann Colson, Diana Colson I SATURDAY, .I:OO P. M.

Nights 7:30 P. M. Gloria Rae Bell Diana, Sheri and I

lie Fogg. Pure Apple JELLY 17c

ONW A LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVICE rr .O.-d Apple Butter, 14 oz. 16c

PHONE 147 OR 32 a sa:: A _
'' BUTTER 1 27c
Peanut pt. -
"' .,,- \ ''''''''''''-'' 1 ,
r .
CONWAY AIRPARK ( AS. YOUR .........".\\.q .c.ww: ... 0 Plnrapllof
f II! l. e ...-d JUICE 46 oz. - 39c
if'I" > ,
SUPERVISORREGISTRATION \:.5... ..,. ..\ ,',..,....,..a\Zaoa\\, :*-
.... !. ... : "" Pie Cherries lib 3 29c
.. -
4 GOOD! The Little 4- It;. <.,,....,'''''''''", -''' ,

WITH Letter Word That lie.scrrbes I No. Z funTOMATOES

Tid- OIL 1 95c 2 for '- 25c
AVE SL ADE Every Tasty WESSON qt. ,

bit Sold by The LAPPB Heinz Baked BEANS 22c
BAKERY 1. He Is Capable. 33 BLEACH, 2 for 25c

'-- .. -- 2. He Is Experienced. Sweet PEAS, 2 for 23c
CLII' THIS |B COUPON DONCTS 3. He Is Worthy. Ye TISSUE' 19c lib. LrtNl'iiCorned

I PIES CAKES lie I* trained. and lie fo quail 29cSUGAR
Furtoiry Park -
COOKIES fled! for the Join

He l III honest. and truthful. lb. 39c: Dixie Lily GRITS 55c
Birthday &; Wedding lie Is married and has a

AND BRING IT TO TilE Cake Our Specialty family of four children. 1 Ih. llenthey'nChocolate Dixie Lily MEAL 49c
elected he will hold the 14c

SLADE GAS CO LAPPEBAKERY Job himself. 5 Ibs. 23c
Your Vote And Support On Marshmallow Cream, pt. 23c ,

May 4th Will Re ORANGES, doz. 15c
It's Value Ranges From AppreciatedPd. HhrnMed

PHONE 16 ( Pol. Adv.) COCONUT, 4 oz. 18c Large, Nice... Bananas 8 1.2c
r '
$10- TO $50'lI..n /1/
Krispy Crax, 1 lb. 2Sc ___..."
....... '* : \
Of Certain .
Applied Against The Purchase "...""" .
Hi-Ho Crax 1 lb. 28c A\I': : : t
Prize II ..
Winning "
Appliances At Our Store } U .. ""
"' .
35c ; .Yc
Lemon Extract 2 oz. "- '
"'" ; ;
....... .,"'
/ ,
With the purchase of any Ran 81 or Hot Short HornOn Vanlla Extract, 2 oz. 35c Hm kr..l, 4 t to I 6 Ih. YV

Water Heater we can make Installation and
Blue Plate PICNIC HAMS, per Ib. 45c
have you cooking with Gas for an little a> Sate In Our Market This Week 49c
$94)3 plus price of the Range or Hot Water Exhibited At The Recent Southeastern

Heater. See us for prices befoiw you buy. Fat Stock Show And Sale In Ocala liy Pure HONEY, 8 oz. 19c .Fresh SPARE RIBS, lb. 49c

Charles Lawson of StarkeAnd
You may also use this cUpping as a 910

credit on the purchase of a Maytag DeepFreeze Purchased By Lovett'sLOVETTS'

We have some nice space ,heater 4I
doing !oat.;.at a saving to ,,yea, mp,to 13 .

-Two Door' _- -.-,From- -. n.-. R-.'Track-_ "_on,- call St.. Phone-"--f:",1 121.r.t ,-.L. ... CONNER. BROS:-. West Call St., Starke Florida

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e, : FOUR It,I ITfiElocrc.fv itR

I Ladies Long QualifiesFor Notice In hereby. given that the ; ; APPEAR Witness nlY weekly Il'"ot
Presbyterian lon olBradford STATE OF FLORIDA to: LenaJ. hant an '
and CLUBS Puard .,f County Comml rs ,
I SOCIETY Tax Collector c Florida, will receive Splv.,y, whose residence Is un ofaMarch. 1944, 'Iurlda,' dth Vr.
To Meet Tuesday : n'Je 'I'
I bids. on : following I listed known. (OFFICIAL BEAU
Muppllmf up to and Including April You are required to appear on Aa AJohn
I i The Ladies Auxiliary of the 5, A. D. 1948 at 19:00 o'clock A. M. April 19. 1848, In the above namedCourt J. "ender."n khMt alai
1Woman's Mrs. Anderson Is 100 square silver gray colonial and cause. wherein plaintiff tine, Fla l fe
Club i Presbyterian Church will meet Typo alllncl8tl with 80* ft. ot seeks dlvorre. Bradford County Ally for Plf.I.M q
next Tuesday night at 7:30: at .tarter. Telegraph shall publish this' OrderIn Ilh lys
At .
Elects OfficersFor Honoree Supper 310 feet of ridge roll and ridge next four weekly linuea. cincriT 4"Ot'lt'r.: OnfCERpTY.
the home of Mrs. J. L. Simmonson Witness my hand aujl official : RRln"
New Year Mrs. J. I*. Anderson! was hon. Madison St. gOP"'h et of at In. by 9< In. 20ox. seal at Stark, Florida, this March ; FLORIU.\I I, r.. eY
1948. Joseph
17. Robert
oree last Saturday nIght March All members are urged to be 100 copper tbs Holder half and h"lf. OFKICIAt: SEAL) A. J. Thomas. v... Ihhecca Marv Burred. Ptal
The Starke Woman's Club met 13, at a delightful surprise supper present aa much important business !- t 100 Ibs. 90 Ib. roll roof Inf. C. Clark of said rv iirt "% Case No IIf26 flurralle,

I Wednesday afternoon, March 10, given In celebration of her birth Is to be discussed during the County Price to Court Include House delivery In Starke.to the. Atty.Dan Kelly for Pit.FernandIna,'3-19 Florida 4t 4-9 W 'b'NJ'f; :: '''! the

} in the club building, where an day anniversary by a group of evening. Visitors are always welcome Florid within sixty. days from the STATE OF FLnir\PPE, *R od

tI' artlutlc>> arrangement of pink friends at the Brooklyn Lake homeof to attend. date The of Board this notice.reserves the right to iv: CIRCUIT. FLOHIDA.I COVRT. BRADFORDCOUNTY IV: CHAN I dence Rebecca and Mary address Burrmt. I.. nhnu'V. .

gtadloli graced the desk of the Mr. and Mrs O. P. Waduworth. reject. any and all bids. CtSRT. ket St., Georgetown,417 3uuth' r!
# Mr*. Lex: Green, who ; By order of the Board of County Nicholas: Fayad Plaintiff, v*. ,.lIna. f,. dad
president For this happy oocasion, guests St. Mark's AuxiliaryTo Commissioners, of Bradford County Martha Takulch Fayad, Defendant. You are required ", 'pp
presided over the business ses- gathered In 'the< spacious diningroom Flnrlda. this March 13th. A. D. Cease No. 8411. April 19, UU, In tho tppe,
nh. .
ion where a long table was I ::Give Spring Tea l'f8.. A. J. THOMAS, Clerk ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR Stiff.d Court'.....ekll.and.. cause, whoreln ,.. t 11

Mm. J. M. Smith, first vice overlaid with white linen and arranged ,. 8-19 it 1-26 (SEAL) STATE OF FLORIDA to: Martha ty Telegraph ihallrr Bradford C d t
submitted varieties of The Woman's Auxiliary of St. } Takslrh Fayad whose renldenreiand >ln next four w PUhll.h I 6 pWitness
president, gave the report with three eeklr
I I IX: CIRCUIT COURT. address last known I I" % Mm.Taknlrh. my hand
by the chairmen of Departments lovely Spring flower! Gracing Mark's Episcopal Church will entertain COl' TV. FLORITAI IN CHAN- .. !"IS'Sidney? PlttuburBh, lIt Starke, Florida, and tIll, nffkhh' olln
Tea at the rv.RT.Velma Pennsylvania. 19 411. MArth
with a Spring
of three-tiered 991
Citizenship thl!'- center was the C. Stetson, Plaintiff, v. You are required to appear on (OFFICIAL SEAL
vatlon,. American Home,' International birthday cake, banked with camellias Church Service Center on Thursday John B. Stetson Defendant.. Cane April I9th, 1948, In the above named ) .A. J. Th, ed

Relations, and Youth Con On one end reposed an April 1, from 4 until 6 in No. ORDER 8411. OF PUBLICATION tiff Court seeks and divorce cause Bradford, wherein County plain'' Fla.HO,,. .... FrankllLandrun tile r n

nervation.. Mr*. W. R. Morse, sec, artistic bouquet of large yellow! the afternoon. Funds raised on AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Teleirraph shall publish. this Order Atty. for PI L

:, ond vice president, gave reports: jonquils, while at the other end this occasion: will be used toward Stetson STATE whose OF FLORIDA residence to Is: John 48 OurrtHon B.- 3.110 aYoh

"f chairmen of purchasing a new organ for the Massachusetts. ,
submitted by the was a colorful arrangement of I Road, Hint-ham
Departments of Health Music azaleas. Guests were served buffet .. church. ,April You 19 are, 1948 required la the to above appear named on i 1 1f0

Education, and Junior Woman's style from a side table, seat It Is an annual event, and everyone Gene Long, of Starke and
Club, Mrs. L. A. Canova, third ing themselves at the main din- is cordially Invited to attend. Brooker qualified this week as a Telegraph seeks divorce.shall, publish Bradford this Cotintv OrderIn I, %. the

vice president,. reported on theFinance Ing room table. .. candidate for Tax Collector of next four weekly Issues.

House; Membership, and Mrs. Anderson waa 'remembered Thomas-Deaver Bradford County In the May pri- seal. Witness at Starke my;, Florida hand ,and this official March

Press Committee.. Mrs. J. W. with many lovely gifts on this maries. 111. 1948.
Klncald. In the absence of Mrs. I I The marriage of Miss Myrtle (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
enjoyable evening. Long is a graduate of Bradford As Clerk. nf saM. Court
O. L. Beasley, fourth vice president Those present beside Mr. and Thomas, daughter of Mr. and High, School and a veteran of almost Fleming- Jones., Scott j & "Bolts, Barnett -
reported on the Social and Mrs. Wadsworth and the honoree Mrs. H. L. Starling of Starke, three years' service In World National, Florida Bank Building-" Jacksonville
Program Committee Mrs. C. IINasworthy and and James W. Deaver son of Mr. 3-19 4t 4-9
were: J. L. Anderson, Mr. War Two. lie Is married to the Attys.. for Plf. _
Treasurer, gave detailed and Mrs. J. O. Deaver of Brunswick
Mrs. Cecil Talbot Mr. and Mrs., former Marian Dowling, daughterof llf CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD 14,
reports of her records for J. L. Anderson, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ga., will be an event of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dowling of COV "'Y. FLORIDA IN CIIAN."f"qy. / do

the past year. Charlie Burton Mr. and Mrs Glen i I I Friday evening, April 30, at 7 o' Starke, who is office nurse for Needham. M. Pplvey' Plaintiff vs. ..11roLITloaa
Mrs. Kincald. Chairman of the Searing and daughter, Estella, Mr. clock In the First Baptist Churchof Lena J. Spivey, Defendant Case
Dr. H. H. Adams."I
AD" SAID rot_aT_ FRICNDS O. PuLnaa wArrxnulnnl.
Nominating Committee, submitted and Mrs. J. C. Wynn, and Mr. and Starke. The Rev. L. D. Haines, will appreciate vote No. 0419.DiuS&SIIO.unppnminninumeuumwinnuurnuiuunnmwiamoinuuuui. !; -

name of1 I prospective new officers Mrs. Paul Etheridge of Jackson pastor, will perform the ceremony and support," Candidate your Long ,.........,.... .. .. ,,, ., ,, ,,.,,,,.,,,,,, ,, '.',u,''IIIIII'IIII""IIII'"II'IIIIIIIII'"IIIII"III'II"II""nl"IIII" ''' 111111111101111111111"11I.11'...............' ''.'1NllllUn", ,., NWIIIIII"' '' ,.., _.

who were then approved and ville. I
elected by the club as follows. I I. rAni-type-Moving j & Hauling r

President-Mrs. J. )(. Smith. Lions Entertain Rites WednesdayFor Andrews QualifiesFor n
First vice president-Mrs. W r

R. Morse.d. Wives At Party I V. F. Manning Tax AssessorGuy Let Your Moving Worries Be Our Troubles. I n;

Second vice president-Mrs. L. Lions' Vollie F. Manning :51. popular
Members of the Starke
A. Canova. Club, their wives and other member of the Starke police department FOR PROMPT: COURTEOUS SERVICE, CALL i a

Third vice prell'ldt'nt-Mrll. O friends enjoyed a party Wednesday died as the result of a I

L. Beaaley. ,night at 8 o'cjoek: in place of heart attack at his home on West

Fourth Burns vice president-Mrs. Edward the USO usual building.The meeting. at the Catholic I mornIng moreland March Street,14. .early Sunday Billy Jackson Moving & Hauling

Secretary-Mrs. T. H. aRb orne. evening was spent playing Mr. Manning was born In Baker I -r- ,

Treasurer-Mrs. W. H. Hart.In rounda of bingo, with ladies and County, June 7. 1897, and was the I Phone 165 J STARKE, FLA. I Phone 49.Wsnnenninin.mnun | t
the interest of the Red Croat men's prizes being awarded win son of the late J.' C. Manning, 1 IJ

DrIve which opened March 1, Mrs ners. Twenty-five 'prizes were,, longtime prominent merchant of "' ,;,mnuuuuuuuuiuu'",,. i""" "i i fl, flr i-" ,,, ourminurytvi.nnuWnnnnpunrnoels'aioNmimiusniennninromnmuaia,i ||. ....,,.iiiiiiiiiiiiinii_, ,fie IHIHIHimi"I''.,. |

Iforsa Introduced her guest, Mist given, being donated by local Starke. Before moving to Starke

Mildred Patterson, Home Service business men. Stein Hagan delighted -, 11 years ago, Mr. Manning was
Field) Representative from the department ar't' FLORENCE
listeners with several accordion employed in the Identification
Southeastern area 'office In Atlanta solos.Refreshments. at the State Prison, '"

who described to members were served buffet ,Raiford. In recent years on the Electric; Range 239.00

the many branches of Red Cross police force here he had been
style to the 60 persons pres- ---- -
service ent. assigned to the school patrol -- -

During the social hour refreshments where his pleasant manner. and ,Piece
were served by the followIng helpful cooperation had endeared

hostesses: Mrs.! P. E. Canova, 'Influence of Home'Is him to and parents a- I
students Suit .
r 139.50
Mrs. I. N. Breazeale, Mrs. E. B. Topic of WMUThe

Searing Mm. W. B. Mundy, Mrs. like.Mr.. Manning la survived by his -_ -- .-
ti A. Canova, Mrs W. F Godwin monthly business and pro-'widow, Mrs. Annie Belle Manning; r '

Mrs. Ed Shull, Mrs. T. T gram meeting of the Baptist five daughters, Misses Edith and Andriws, young Starke '': f I ': : ter;: Bates BED SPREADS

Lung, and Mty.'Hfftn Smith. WMU was held in the church I Ann Manning Mrs./ Thelma businessman,. t this week paid his '
Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock Thomas Mrs. Dorothy lien and qualifying fees as a candidate for ( (+ 7.95 "" 8.JS!
4-1 *
PTA To, 'Me et with'41 members present. Mrs. Vera Keene,' all of Starke; the office of County Tax Asses.

Following the devotional by I four IK>nlt. Marion Manning of the sor.

The Starke PTA will meet Wed Mrs. Ollla Llnsln, Mrs. L. D. Merchant Marine, Robert and In a statement! to the Telegraph, M y '

nesday afternoon, March 24, in Maine, who had charge of the Doyle Manning of Starke, and Mr. Andrews said: "An active w. '. r 3Pc. Walnut BedRoom -

the usa building at 3:30: o'clock. program led the discussion on the Howard Manning of the Army Air campaign will be conducted in + ;: ,' '

All members are urged to be topic, "Influence of the Home,"I I Corps; his mother, Mrs. Della which an effort will be made to 'M ; e. + ; Suit 89.50

present with the following members tak- Manning of Starke; one brother, see every qualified voter in the RCA Table Model t' _% -
ing part: Mrs. Anne Hutchins Callls Manning of Jacksonville; county
Mrs. Edwin Marshall of Ocala 'j 1 1 I
WM a -guest Tuesday of Mrs. F, J. MrJ.' A. J. Thomas, Mrs. F. J. and six sisters, Mrs. Edna Hart "It Is with pleasure that I look Combination 99.50 x, c

Shaw.!! & Jtt Shaw, and Mrs. W. L. Andrews.A .,', and Mrs. Edith Christenson'bothof forward to this campaign. I will -- *

r motion picture entitled, "nu.I' Starke, Mrs. Ella Moody Jacksonville be happy to see each and every l l lllt

ESTATE u man Relations", was Mrs. Dora Beasley of one of you. RCA Radio Table Models l

REAL Rev. L. D. Halnes. Gainesville, Mrs., Maude Strick "I am asking for your vote and 29.50---- to 49.50!; '

List your property for sale During the business!' session presided land Wildwood. and Mia. Pearle support. If elected I will give .-_ -_ --- _

with me. I hate sold many over by the president, Mrs. Colson of Lake Butler. you in return an efficient, fair, ) .
S. E. letter was read He was a member of the administration
pieces of property and have Sparks a Church Impartial; and honest -
many prospective buyers. A from a family In Germany who of the Latter Day Saints. of the' affairs of the officeWon't C. H. DRIGGERS -

square deal I III guaranteed. A are badly In need of food and Funeral services were held you give a young man anda ,

fair uonunl....'" Is all that I require. clothing. The WMU voted to buy I Wednesday morning at 10 o'clockin veteran a chance?"

A. a member of the shoes and each circle leader was the First Methodist Church FURNITURE Coer t=

Realty Bnard you may Iwassured asked to have committees collect I, with the Rev. W. J. Churchwell \I.\IIHK CONNIE MANN qa

>> that I will represent clothing and food to be turned officiating, assisted by Alvin Chase 14V. and Mrs. E. C. Mann STAUKK, FL.\

you to the best of my ability. over to Mrs. Sparks as soon as'' and Roland Boone of the Churchof Jr. announce the birth of a .

the Latter Day Saints, Jack March
possible. daughter on Thursday
The hour for the monthly business I sonville. 18, in Shadycrest Hospital. The t
Kealtor.t- Phone 154 ...
meeting and all circle meetings Interment was in South Prong little lady has been named Madie ..47'IT. ...- ... ,, ""' -.""'- _

was changed to 3:30: o'clock. Cemetery, Baker County, under Connie. -
"" ". the direction of DeWitt C. Jones. S _
Each circle was asked to furnisha -

committee to help with decorating Active pallbearers were W E.1 Mr and Mrs. D. C. Dawkins of EASTER

the church for Easter services. Thornton, Matt Morgan. W. M. Jacksonville and Crosby Dawkinsof

KBIITARKE Mrs J. Brownlee closed the Edward Bert Johns C. T. Wade, the University of Florida were

FL':. meeting with prayer. a.. n and Rafe Alvarez.' Sunday supper guests of Mr. and \\I GIFTS'HDlmes
Mrs. W. H, Nollman and Miss
!W.. Mon -March 21-38 Birthday Party: T. J. Terry, Catharine Nollman.

THE FARMER'S For Suzie BroadwayLittle Retired Farmer, the; Lawtey Baptist Church Sunday and Edwards

afternoon at 2:30: o'clock with
Suzie Broadway celebrated Died At LawteyThomas the Rev G. V. Lee, pastor officiating % Sterling Inlaid
DAUGHTERLoretta her second birthday anniversary assisted B.
by Rev. C.
when her J. Terry, 83, retired
Monday night parents
Young. Jos. Cotten North. Interment was in Crosby SILVER
: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Broad farmer of Lawtey died at his PLATE
Lake Cemetery under the difee
Also| This Is Amct'ca way, entertained several friendsat home there Thursday afternoon
"SwIUcrlan.l Today" &: New March 11. He was born October ton.f DeWitt C. Jones. By International _
.. dinner, later enjoying a number -
.. Active pall bearers were Cecil
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24, 1863 in South Carolina and
TIM.*. ONLY Hatch :M of Interesting games. Whitehead, J. E. Wall, Jr., Hah Choice of Patterns
Mrs. Broadway had for her had lived in Lawtey for the past For
SLIGHTLY bard Harley Robert Blanchard, 52 Pieces
36 HIM For
three- years.
daughter a lovely
Dan and O. J.
Starling Phillips.
tiered birthday cake Inacribed Prior to moving t 0 Lawtey, r HER
Six members of the Gainesville '
SCANDALOUSFred "Happy Birthday Susie", and dec ),fro Terry had been engaged in BULOVA 68.50
force served
police as honorary
orated In party colors of pink farming and produce operations In WATCHES DIAMONDS
Brady, Shells Ryan pall bearers.
and white I High Springs and Fort White for
Also Short "Twlo Two"And -
: 14 years. lie was a member of I FOR COl'STV:' COMWI I01KRm
Latest_ _News. Dinner the Lawtey Baptist Church and I! T. OVH (ttWTKY) WATCH lAdies & Gents WATCHBANDS
__ A.- .. _ ___ Birthday I am a candidate. for the office. BANDS
Wed. Thurm. March 24 29 had served as a Trustee of the of> County Commissioner T>lMt. One ELGINWATCHES
DOUBLE FEATURE For L. U. Morgan Lawtey school. (Lawtey). subject to the Democra-.
I tlo Primaries. In May. If eliK>t.. In addition to his widow Mr.I PARKER
L. U. Morgan was honored Sun 1 will discharge the duties of tee PARKER
THE KILLERS 1 Terry Is survived by five daughters ifflee In a fair and Impartial PENS'
day when members of the family I' i nanner. I served. this district four 51" from "51" PENS
Mr.. John P. Wyrlck. Mrs
: 'ears on the Board of Public Instruction -
gathered at the Morgan home in
Bert Laacawter, Ava Gardner Gee W. Durham Mrs. Joyce T. and I am qualified to stUre
celebration of his birthday anniversary I the people of this district the .ser- $35
j'Futch, and Miss Elisabeth Terry, Sirs'! they are entitled to. :=:
I Smart Politics I all of Lawtey, and Mrs. Cliff Your vote and .upport will be appreciated. ) 1
At this happy family reunion a1 .
Strickland of Gainesville; three! .
I Carl Prtvatt. -
Also Latest New. delightful birthday dinner was '
brothers Walter Terry of Chat- .
.. -' enjoyed after which Morgan was
rrt.: 'SMa' h 26 %1 tahoochee. J. W. Terry of Lake' FOR T\T "Fl4IOH: WATCH REPAIRING
presented with his birthday cake, I am a candidate for election to PROMPT
DOUBLE FEATURE which was cleverly decorated. in City and Otway Terry of ;I the office of Tax Assessor. of Brad. SERVICE
five sisters Mrs. Lee Bell. High I ford County subject to the vote of .
pink, white, and blue. Those the people In the Democratic
next "Quality Has
Charlie Chan Spring, Mrs. Ollie Howell and Primaries. No Substitute"
present beside Mr. and )(rs. Morgan .
Mrs. Bertha Saunders both ofj) On the basis of education and ..-
The Chinese Ring were Mrs. Emalyn Matthews Fort White, Mrs. ;Jim Crozier and erlence, I feel that I am welltiaJIflee'
': Mrs. Shirley Pollet, and Mr. and to serve and If elected. twill
Mrs. Eva Goff. both of Branford;! perform. the duties of the ..f-
t : LAND OF THE Mrs. Lester A. Hall and family its grandchildren and one great) flee In an efficient. fair, and impartial GEM
ot Cltr. I' manner. JEWELRY
: t grandchild. I arBety sad ahwtF.uiMAtr
IAWHSSJohany '' Funeral services were kU Mir vote sad .ap..re.
I,1' )feet ( EutIIIh at the' taj -ov Aa1a- :
corner of l/i''thompson'
-I Mack Brovni Streets and hear the moat lot E. CALL CJ HPAOt PHONE

A'ne' Orylns Well comprehensive and progres l ALVAREZ'STORE lien's detain* ,. ..- 170 a STARK FLA.r'I' .
a Chap. IX Ixwt I 1.#" ..

t .. aiye Wednesday program, March for Florida 24, on'as.' Established 1894. ] ;: _"' __- _- ,_ .,.,.,.._ -LJ

8:00 p. m.


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HitCH 19, 1948 .

LitUe Jo Alyce Graham left and Steve, spent last week In Sanford Mrs. P. O. Carpenter was a 1II1IIs Sylvia Morse, a Junior at dress U. "Jhncoslavla.Toil t known .I* Prcmuiln. Dafniaclja. .

Ifs cJ LQCAL NEWS I Saturday for Tampa, where she is visiting Mrs. Yancey's guest last weekend of her olnter,I Stetson apent last weekend at ar. r"'lulr..dt'to appearApril ...

spending several days with her mother Mrs. J. P. Stevens. Mrs. Robert F:. Tanner in Bald her hom!! here. 't Court lath! and, 1MM! rails In*,th whortln. above plaintiff nnraril -

aunt. Mrs. W. P. Randall. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Culbreath win.Pfc a*...kM dlvnrv,*. Bradford CouuljrTrUaranh

fTTyoung and Mrs. W. J. Dodd, Jr., district manager Billy Dampier spent last week and son Jimmy of Gainesville and Mra. H. ).I. Sullivan and HII AUFOBU I nftut four' shall wsvkly niiblUh Issues this. OrdrIn
IM finer IT coritT.
lt the Gladys for Jitney Jungle, spent last end in Jacksonville as guest of were guests Sunday of her parents family returned to'Starke Wednenrlay. ..ctt..I.y. "..ORU}". ix CIIANKIIY. Wltn..N ray hlOn.1 and nfftolatseal .
,' attended Univer. weekend here with his family.Mr. his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Strick I M.... Sullivan will remain at Mtxrke Florida, IIC, Hint
the JointSmlrrlch. .
at John Smlrelih. Plaintiff vs. of Man-h 19U.OFFICIAL
concert recently. They and Mrs. A. E. McKinney W. T. Zelgler and family.I. land. for a visit with relatives, IVfcmlnnt. Cas Nt>. (421ORDKH ( 8UAT*) A. J. ThnmasAs >
vtlle evening and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bowling H. Hazen of Jacksonville was Richard Morse, son of Mr. and while Ffc Sullivan Is being assigned Or FITHUH'ATION Clerk of sold Court
sts that for AND NOTICK TO APPKAR8TVTH John J. Henderson, ...., I'It.' Aua-u.
Samuel Sunday afternoon IB of his Mrs. W. R Morse, left today to duty In the Pacific. Theyrecently
enjoyed last weekend .
brother a guest OK .KI.ORII1A: JosnSmlrrliB. tln*. 1"
ng' Gamma Rh Branford. brother-in-law and slater Mr. and New York City, where he will attend became parents of a son* whon* r.Rl<]*nr* am! ad Atty. for Plf. a.11I 4t 4-9
the Alpha one-week meeting of the Fredrick Michael, born Feb. 28.
ladles a I
Love 1 is prest.fraternity. Fortunet Casual Shoes for Mra. A. E. McKinney.Sgt. .

oust. After the to add that new touch to your Wallace C. Cooley, of the National Institute of Radio Engineers. !

and Mra. caMual eutflts In rc-ds, whiten, and Air Ways & Air Communications Mr. Morse U one of five, Prevatt Offers I
ir,. from the University of
led the reception held brown*, at the SMART SIIOPPE. Ser lce. Miami Air Base, spent [delegates For Commissioner Let Us Retain The
< I I Florida.
I Mack Futch son of Mr. and several days here this week with I
'nlon.f Mrs. Effle Johns spent Monday
Mrs. D. A. Montelth Mrs. C. A. Futch of Starke was his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. and Tuesday In Lake Butler with Carl Prevatt of Lawtey this
learn that she. lag initiated Into the U. of F. Cock-!. Cooley. Mr. week formally announced his candidacy look!
d, to I her son and daughter-in-law New
following an of Phi Delta Phi. for CJounty Commissioner
nicely rail Ian chapter .Complete layettra or any single and Mrs. Freeman Johns, and Rev.
olin English presentrm honorary legal fraternity on Items for'tbe baby: at Ronnie', and Mrs. W G. Smedlpy. I from District One Florida's'fdnesday ceremonies presided I Prevatt served the district for
(or March 3, at Donnle Store. I Rev. and Mrs. Luther Brideers

March 24, over by Circuit Judge Joha A. H. ),fr. and Mrs. L. J. Doak of of Palatka visited Rev. and Mrs. four years on the Board of Public OP YOUR CAR'S
Call Instruction and feels that he Is .
Corner Murphrse. Granada, Miss., were guests Wednesday W. J. Churchwell at the parsonage ..
'Jn Streets Starke. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Paul and of Mrs. S. E. Brownleej this week. I II qualified to give the people the UPHOLSTERY

which she underwent children, Loyce and Rhett. of and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. They I I Miss Madge Brownlee of :Montreal service they are entitled to. I .

I In the Eustl. Ho.pital. Ocala were visiting Mrs. KdmondJTenly were enroute to spend a week College N. C.. will anive 1 FOR YEARS l... "'t.....i: JW,..;.Wt:

| H. Graham were and children Sunday even with Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long next Thursday to spend' the Hauler

Priday. and Mr. ara- on Cowpen Lake. Mrs. Doak is weekend with her parents Mr. AITTOMOB1LBLIABILITY I 1 ,
ing.Mr. Durable New Sun-Fast Plastic "r.t'l',;
Ined for several days and Mrs. Jack GUI of Jacksonville Mrs. S. E. Brownlee's niece. I and Mrs. H L. Brownlee. Miss! INSt'H.VNCHAltluingh

lifnntelth's family. arrived last Friday at the I. Mrs. Effie Johns had as her Brownlee, who has been not ('ompul".I\f It I* I Fibres And Leathers 'rr1': :

R smith Jr.,..Wd lit-1 I III hohteYdf airland Mrs."W: H Ora guest Sunday afternoon her si-| dent of her junior class this prest-\\ much ttttfer fit carry Liability

-' returned Tuesday to ham *here they,will enjoy an ter, Mrs. Mena McCrutchlon and ,was recently honored by Insurance. I represent only old .. --.- .,.
after a visit of several extended visit. niece, Mrs. J. J. Gross all of elected president of the line, reliable atix-k companies. SEE

relatives here. Mrs. J. F. Hunt and! Mrs. Mary\Jacksonville, and Mrs. J. G. Cultoreth body for next year at Montreal.Mr. Your Inislnett.* Mill be appreciated.

Shc'* lor children IBr McRae of Dade City were guests of Orlando. | and Mrn. Eilgar Wilkinson .

c..1i>r. whites, ivd*. last weekend at the home of Mrs. F. Welsfelder of Bronxyjlle were overnight guests last Saturday 1 129 XV. Call Street CHAS C SHEPHERD
K. :Mary Jonen baby and Mrs. Lorenzo Green. 1\lr.\\ ; N. Y., arrived Thursday for at the home of Mr. and Mr Opposite! Bradford('0. Telegraph ,

aN .n I
!I W. R. Brennan of Phone lit COURT AND MADISON STREETS
Mr. and Mrs.
\RT SHOPPE. busi
| were in.Palatka Saturday on er-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs.
lira Merrill C. Futch I I. John Uglow. She was accompanied Mlssoula, Montana, who have N. D. Wainwriuht. Jr.
week- ness.Children's shop,, been guests of :Mr. and MI"' W.
,r were guests last I ami Infanta : by her son-in-law and daughter
ana Mrs. C. A. Futch. large assortment. See them at, Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Ful- H. Nollman left Thursday for a
D. C., New
F F. Stump. Ronnie Donnle Store. i i ling, also of Bronxvllle, who vlsit- trip to Washington !
and Miss MIMI C. D. Brown is bdtck at work 1 ed at the Uglow home before proceeding York, and Canada, before returning !

mt ump Sunday afternoon In with the Florida Power & Light, to South Florida.W. \ to their home. They with Flor-were I BARGAINS BARGAINS
much impressed!
ia, where they attended Co., after enjoying a two weeks'vacation H. Nollman Is in Ashville' i very

ngj' Azalea Festival.ma at his home In Jackson N. C., on business. ,I Ida this first having vlult to been this Mr.state nrf'n.1 3-Piec
Hickey and &ti'\ and ville. Miss Evangellna Morse visited with Blue
I both delighted Wine or
an Stevens spent Thurs- Hollls Knight Jr. was In Starke Mis* Laura Ogllvie at Tromont they weie
; and feel that the town has VELOURLiving
moon of last week in last weekend as the guest of Billy Hotel Monday and Tuesday in Starke Mrs. Brennan Is
a great
tful > Weldon. Orlando. Jthe I plater of Mr. Nollman. Mr.Brennan Room
line small boys* alack Mrs. S. T. Dell of Galnawllle Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Miss ,Garnlta and developer
is owner
Baiter. Ronnie DonnieS'IROU'E was' 'a dinner guest Tuesday of Hutto, and Mrs. Charley E.'
her sister Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. I Johns and daughter, Markley, of several ranches In
and ia an extensive grower SUITS
Ann, spent Thursday afternoon of beets.

last week in Jacksonville. |sugar

\\very Branch ofINSURANCE Baxter lrpNM anil pocket ....-.------.--- '. Reg. Val. $179.50NOW

tiookn. fnt llttlo girl.* at. Konnlc.
Donn'e Store.Mrs. I Please
Frank Hoover had as II 139.50

guests two days last week Mrs. I I .
Allen Klnchloe and son' Harold of I Strong I NKlng| ri nfruction

Kokomo Ind. They have been 11o'.IIt1flll.llIur Coven* -

H.C. WALL AGENCY winter'fourlsh In South Florida" AValnut KxM| >iM>
since December and were enrnutel I

to their home. Mrs. Klnchloe was, '
at one time one of the first grade
Constant Service Over 50 YearsCLASSIFIED' teachers in BHS. II l Uec.'elvrdMany Size JUST ARRIVED!

Mra. L. M. DeSha of Wildwood, 6x9 To 9x12
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Struth.: 5-Burncr

-- and Mrs. Leah Bauknlght, all of Heavy Weight SANDURA

Jacksonville were guests last 't.I. -83.50
weekend of Miss Kate Struth and' Linoleum RUGS Oil Ranges

Mrs. W. H. Struth. I I.. E Johns
Mrs. Carrie Ingram wa< a JPupst; Charley HKIUUTKN YO.UR nCHM: UI'IUOIIT O'El'llWith

J.E-16x48 hutment, 4 .ldInHlda ... FOR RENT Convenient 3room'duwn of her sister, Mra. R. P. Lewis Then Sanitary Hun* GOOD BAKING
with 1-2 In. ply- _talri carage apt. with I! FAST COORINO
Phono I48-W after 7 p. m. large pvt. bath. Clean and plum- ,Sunday In Brooker. YOUR. KANT: TO CLEAN NICK TO I.nOKT
It ant. Utllltlea furnished. Mrs.J. Mr. and Mra. Henderson Boree TRY ONii OF Tin: BrST
M. Mitchell, 302 W. Madlnon. I Io Boree all of Jacksonville LONG JFK
ENT S room furnished Itp and Randolph State Senator _. .
*lth electricity and can.r 1 visited Mr. ami Mrs. L. .-' - --
"< Kale. : 18x16 houne. C. FOR KENT-Furnlahed apartment, I ..
Kt. 2. box 111, Stark.. private bath, large roomn. Iteanonable U. Morgan Sunday afternoon. WE FIT YOUR WINDOWS AGE'WITII
HPkLE rent. Klcctrla refrlorn-l 1C. G. Priest was ia Morrinton VENETIAN BLINDS
tor. Qa....- R. F. Demurent, 231 at Wf
IN SETTLEMENT OF Park Place. Itp Sunday, where he was present remind CUSTOM-MADE: : J
'ATE! The former HumTUMI -I the funeral of his aunt, Mra. Mattie He wishes to .
'let Home nnd Lot atrthonnt FOR RENT 2 furnlihed h.us..*. I that the re i islra ,--
Inter ectlon of Call Priest. you
conveniently located. Hoth kavgai
BrnuJway Streetn; alwo atoveii for rooUlnir. Mr".1 I! .Ind arrixrd fn Kantrr: children tion books will I close IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
and Lot fronting on Broadtroct O. L. Hayn..., 301 Ho. Water that
nnd extending to t1i: .*' dI't'8""" to ilrenn up April 17th.. I
mn Street t on the Went: 'A!- I llttlo girl for Ea..ter.1.*..> little
UKFhold Furniture In Build- I NEWtypewriters RElInNOTO\l; PO R TAB ;; th,. SMAKT Be sure you are qualified Co.I
All or portion of thl I. prop- Bradford Cuntv ,[I bo>s !suits at the Denmark Furniture
vote in
may be purchianvd Inr a Tel<.g.aph. If SHOPPE. to
'able cAHh, prl.... It In* u. "
od contact. A J.' Trinm., Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Mlxon ann coming Primary.
FRAMES MADE to order: Photographs STARKE )'LA.
lor, Starke, Fla. 4t .-2 Certificates. Llcen....... etc.Larve I prnall son Timothy John of Ala. oU Adv.) Il-- 151 J

,phoos from.selection All work or mouldinv Kuaraatetd. to chua, and Mr. and MM. Ktanton ::

KH'R FARM. CITY AND HOLLYWOOD CAMERA St GirT Kilter and children of Jacksonvlllp j.

E8% PROPERTY SHOP. tf I were guests Sunday of Mr .' ,- .

FOR RENT Attractive, modern and Mn. A. M. Mlxon: and Mrs., ; .. ,
furnlnhed and unfurnished. apartment Mixon. .!
with nil convenience*. M. E. I :
SELI.B HKAL Clone In, dealrable I Mrs. D. Chrlstlano and small
ESTATE] Rent very ... nellfhbo.hOod'l I daughter, Lynn, ariived Wednes-l i .

r.nstnt n4v.r1U.* at rommtrr Madison... ,_Starke. tf at the home of Mr. ,
... day night
.praprrtr. Han made..... r BAF1T SITTER: Will take rare ofchildren St. John and fam11 ->
.01. nr lI.m.F.. .. hour and Mrs. V. S. Colin
by at
day or yourhome
'. .
Harm m m all o er t" White: high school gritduate. >, with whom they will enjoy a
r..e .
open lUtla* Reasonabla rates. Call ENGLISH
TROUT REALTY AGENCY Stark 35. two weeks visit.
I I Friends of Mrs. Charlie Moltt I
BrpKrntal Locally TlyT HURRY: WANTED: New born to learn that she Is
IIOLLINGSWORTM baby. Special reference gaaran- will be glad
t..d.VIII PRY hospital bill. out again after her recant lllncm.
So. Walnut St. Phone Jacksonville 2-84(4 or\ in
writ*. Eunice F"ox, Tile. S. Bo* Mrs. A. A.
3AIIA. JIO..k..nvlll... Fla 4t 4-2 Jacksonville Monday on a business

MATTRESSESOP ALL. KINDSRENOVATED SELL YOUR TIMBER: trip.Capt.. and Mrs. T. J<. McClane.Lt. for Governor

NOW and Mrs Hugh 'Ingram. Lt.

Highest Cash Prices Paid Col and Mrs. T. T. Long Col. and

Mra. H. C. Wall, and Capt and Mrs. .

WILL BUY IN BULK R. G. Kldd all attended the National

OR IN UNIT Guard Association meeting .
In Tampa last Saturday and Sun\ VETERAN Educator Farmer Executive

EDWIN W. PECK day. ,

Fl'RNITURBREIPHOL8TERED P. O. Box 463 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Houston

Gainesville Fla. and Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dinklna ...
Olsorl attended the i
Drop C. A Card Send me a postcard and I motorcycle races Sunday at Daytnna -

STINGS MATTRESS: CO. will cone see you. Beach. iKaxtvr has

234 Palatka. Fla, Dre..w. at" ttae SMARTSHOPI'E. nl doe'Great for FloridaLook
NOTICE will not b. responsible Will Things
for any debts contracted by anyone returned
llEXT llffhteknplnc Mrs. W. J. Churchwell
Two 1-room other than myself. lu -hardU -
' .pts. Both' pts. Kessler. 3tp--4-3 from Miami where she
< in front room. FurnlshdinfurnlHhrd __ _
Mod.rn convnKlnn FOR 8ATwEJ 10 bu. .sound red-skin has 'been visiting her son-in-law
r.*. .y. Rest llom Porto Rico and Old Purple.HKIn and daughter, Mr. and Mr. T. W.
IIMI.y Lak Up Nlwajer' Killer" sweet pntato
- seed, ft bu. C. B. Strickland Caruthtn. Record
Rt. 1. Bos 288. Htarke, Fla. lip Mr. and Mrs. P. t. McLaurln Into His .

FOR SALE AFRICAN VIOLETS for .al.. All ,enjoyed a sightseeing trip to ? ..
colors and slies. Al"o other Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
. yw -BEDROOM re.ld.noe. 4U Ocala
rtlante'. Mrs. R. F. Touna Wilkinsonwere
"f. limits of Stark, Just com- :f. Walnut St. lip and Mrs. Edgar .

2 M. Read
L''I Junt. north of Blandln CIOn. kltrhen. hath and private' porh ents. Mr. and *
r'f .I.! at cost. I at H 5V.. Madison St tip Brooker.

I.,PAINT.h."p..t and prlc Concrete In town.W Block. INIITRANCB write all Ma..s. )Ir.. Ned Yancey and sons. At

[ r>QORS, ala.' .. J..s.'.". fire, automobile... liability.PTSW aa'" Friends 'of Mrs. W. G. Halle VOTE AND
11rb. llf*. fie* rn for rn\ir YOUR
:<1" needs. V. t>. Walnwrla-ht.. J., It* will regret to learn that site was
I. lIand. Con", C.m.nt.Ola.a*** PIP. IItepplne! Block wr rn W. P..n.. 1 4. tf called to Madlnon. Ga.. Wednesday ACTIVE SUPPORT W I L IHE -

I >WI"do"'*.. "*'". Mr"r Uls. FOR RENT: -Small hnose. unfurnished of last week by the death of APPRECIATED
water and lltrlxa. III SOner She
)Ira. i. T.- Hollis.
ck lIaullll fltarke.J. her
Fill dirt for nu n -Rt. 1. Box 104.
Itp to ..Starke40M. iMt.1A. .
Jord "
LOT9 In .ett,. 1Imlt. oil ..
I .."" tucb ._.... tlo. FOR RF.NT-I _m HOVM, IJIrb"" J
U. "r and ,.,. .. 1 ml. ..anrthwe IIf Colin English. Candidate COLT* ENOLISO)
1"a"J"; tJ"P." lOt ....114In. eon.f mark "n DaUat Ralford adjoin Road, houe.Nam erbr .. for Governor will speak at (PAID FOB BY BRADFORD COUNTY n\IENDS, OF

f E Z.ISI"11" Oaly.nl.ad PIp.. > on mall bo,.. HP 8:00 p. m. Wednesday, March
"ar load.. 13. p. J'ar._ 'In 24. Corner of Call & Thompson
FOR *ALB>.flr.;e.- rreezi.
D"O.D. .JllcllI. anuj co.' sna-ar rane seed. .See. 1C: Streets, Starke.
.. .Oft.tytl.j
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SIX . ville last Thursday, Friday and.School Board ed trustee to fill the unexpired trlbuted the land some Yazt
who for
term of Dr. W. E. Middleton a now extinct
nesday until Sunday. Saturday. school 11n
Linda Johns of Starke spent New RiverAND Helen Adkins, Martha Home 'Grants .Attorney'sRequest resigned" February 2 as trustee of
State Farm last weekend with Jane Rlcharde. and Robert Cox, members of the For Cut Special Tax District No. 1. CARD OJP THe \\I\\\ >
Henry llanaasa of Starke was LONG BRIDGE BHS Band attended the State The Board acted favorably to wish to express'0 IItt,
By Mr Bryan Whlttlel' the guest of Spencer Crews Saturday Ily Jessie Lee Latently Band Festival In Jacksonville Fri Faculty and students of all the request of R- A. (Lex) Green, felt thanks and apprec im

evening.Mrs. Bradford County schools will have School Board attorney, that his our many friend! and rdq A
CLfll MEETINGMrs. C. D. Sellers and daughter day.Helen Jean Parker, attendedthe I a holiday on Good Friday, March salary be reduced from $50 who ao nobly and lets
BRIDGE Patricia Willard. and Mrs. Mrs. S. G. Stevenson and Festival In resolution monthly to (25.: Mr. Green said assisted us e i:
Dennis Fancher ent..rtaln-I of Glee Club Spring 26, according to a passed during the n
ed the State Farm Bridge Club at VV. E. Feagle spent Friday In daughter, Mrs. E. J. Sheppard. Gainesville Saturday. by the Board of Public In- that the work connected with the death of our beloved husiiJTd!
who have been visitingthe
'. dcanert-brldge at her home Wedneodiiy Jacksonville Tampa Mr. and Mrs. Jean H. Drapeau struction. Other business was position did not warrant the father Harvle Lee rgit
afternoon of last week.I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Parker and M. L. Johns family, have gone and family, of Tlv, Rhode Island,, the appointment of a trustee and higher salary. Edward,
week' to for the
.s banana-nut cake with cof- daughters Clarissa and Andrea to Jacksonville this moved to our community this a reduction in the salary of the G. W. Andrews was deeded one beautiful floral biteMay (
m nerving fee. Azaleas were chosen by Mrs. i and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fancher Mrs. Stevenson's. son, Kenneth Board's attorney. acre of land In the New River God bless all of You.The( .
Fancher in decorating. Her game' attended the motorcycle races In and family.Mr. week.Mr.. and Mrs. F. B. Hall and Steve Weldon, Sr., was appoint- District. Mr. Andrews had .con 1 yon
a and Mra. Pledger anG
of Beach Sunday. In Jackson-
were crocheted( pieces Daytona family spent Sunday
prizes Johns' slitter,
visitors\ Mr. and were visiting
i her own handwork and the high,I Sunday of ville.
+' second high; and bingo award Mrtr. H. M. Richarde and Mrs. A. Mrs. O. M. Crawford, in High The many friends of Mrs. John 1

went to Mrs. H. J. Kucera, to M. Rlcharde were Mr. and Mrs Springs Sunday. and H. Parker regret to hear of her
Mrs. C. M. Turney and to Mrs. J. H. Ritch of Klrgsley Lake and Mr. and Mrs Dempsey Sapp serious Illness, and trust for an i
J G. Godwin, respectively. To Mr. and Mrs E. S. Matthews of little daughter, Kay of Gaines- early Improvement. Mrs. Parker ctJc
Cozette.Sapp' of VALUES
her house guest: Mrs. J. M. Gil- Starke. vale and Miss weekend has been undergoing medical Big Daily in
cbrlst Of Chattahoochee, the hostess Mr. and( Mrs. E. W. Crockett Jacksonville were guestsof i treatment In Jacksonville .'
presented coasters. of Macclenny were guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp. Martha Sue Brookins, eight d
and Mrs. C. J. Johns Sunday. Mrs. Jay Moody and son, Edward year old daughter of Mr,and Mrs,. CANNED VEGETABLES r
MI'RRAY BABY During the past weekend Jim- visited Mrs. Moody'imother Orvllle Brookins, Is a patient this
John W Murray, Mrs Ada Kelly, In Ral
Dr. and Mrs. mU Bradley visited Mr.-and Mrs. week In Shadycrest Hospital r
Jr., announce the birth of their Q. L. Cox and Mr. and Mrs. Les- ford Sunday. Starke.
daughter, Vera Gay In Shady-lie In prlando and attended Mr. and Mrs Leon Renfroe of 1 .
Bradley Mrs. L. T. Johns is recuperatingat ItI
crest Hospital, Starke, March 9. I IMra. II I i the motorcycle races at ,.Wateroak were Sunday.visiting the M. her home, after returning Sun NUTLEYOleomargarine Iona Peas, 2 No. 2 cans 25c ..
L. Johns family
W. I Armstrong of Dover Daytona Beach. day from the Starke Hospital,
Carl Nettles
i connectlowith their extracurricular Mr. and
In \ she confined for i a
where was
and Mrs. T. W. Ogllna and baby Andrews of Lake Iona U
Mrs. Johnnie
Enza ,,ou, of Lakeland visited Mr. High School activities, June and at Bradford Peggy Butler were in Jacksonville last week condition.due to a complicated ear Golden Sweet t Corn, N 0. 2 can 17clona ,c I,

and Mrs. R. S. Rosier from Wed- Caldwell Kenneth ,Tyua Patsy Friday visiting Johnnie Andrews Miss Hazel Brown, of Jacksonville 33c lb' "b
Kucera Jimmie Moncrief and who in in St. Vincent's Hospital. weekend visitor here
was a
Helen Whitfield attended the district ,Mr. Andrews has undergone one 1 R. L. Hinson and D. P. Hardy; '--
At Last Tomatoes No. 2
Rejief and will have anotherone 15c
Band' Convention In Jacksonville operation : were recent visitors to Cocoa. DEXOShortening can
I Friday and Carolyn Bradley this week. I Mrs. Seeber Goodman and lit
Betty Williams and Irma Jean Mrs. Linnie Drake of Lakeland Harriet and Olivia,
Is.. ..ForYourCoughCl'eomulslon Godwin Saturday at the and Mrs. Lettle Huckaby of Ocala daughters Crystal Bay \
'. spent of Starke and Cyril Perkins of Okra 2 No. 2 27c
their relatives, the
Voice Clinic In Gainesville. were visiting Gainesville, were visitors here Cut cans i
relieves promptly because Accompanied by her children Merritts, this week. Mra. Huck .
it roes right to the seat of the Celia and George, Jr, who had aby returned home last weekendbut Sunday.Evergreen 31 lbs.-L13 ,
trouble to help loosen and expel Mrs. Drake plans to remainfor .. 14\\ oz, can i
germ laden phlegm, aad aid nature been here for about a week, Mrs. Field Peas 2 for 25c
i to soothe and heal raw. tender In- George Manassa returned to her a longer visit. Golden Isle -
named bronchial mucous mem- home In Jacknonvllle Monday Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moody
branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa children of Annlston Ala., are lona Flour
bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding after visiting Mr and Mrs. W. O.Strlngfellow and
you must like the way itquickly ; since Thursday. Additional visiting their parents this week. lona
J. D. Qverstreet Beets 2 No. 2 25cNo.
"I allays the cough or you; are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester took his parents to the By Mrs. IMaJn Sliced t cans c
to have back.GREOMULSION. ,
your money I Stringfellow Saturday were. Mrs Ravine Gardens St. Augustine . or SelfRilingLBS.

J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. J. E. and other points of interest Sun- I News rather scarce this week. t
for CouihsChut Colds.Bronchitis Wilson of Starke. day. The excessive rains kept people 2S: 2 can Peas & Carrots 15c
Rhoda Dowling has received -
____._ ___._- --01 _'_._ _._ __ the following' Invitation: Rev at weather home.that However began, Saturday the beautiful and I 1.65 lona

I AM NOW RUNNING and Mrs. M. E. Myer request the still holds good makes everybody I ----- .... ..... _ _._ _ "" __
honor of your presence at the happy and thankful.
The LAWTEY HARDWARE marriage of their daughter Bessie The bad roads failed to keep Waldorf Toilet TISSUE, 3 for 21c "''"'" '"" '
Lou, to Mr. St. Elmo Dowllng' Bro. Truby Parrish at home Sun-I FRUITS ANDVEGETABLES
Combined With My Other Business T. L. Saturday the 20th of March, day. He and all his family were Fresh I
1948, at & o'clock In the after-
for his By
hand appointment.
Wainwright &: Son on Scots TOWELS ISO's 15c
First Methodist Church -
noon. I the way, our church services I ,
Punta Gorda, Fla. St. Elmo Is: (preaching) are held morning and 1i'i n esap I
-- ----- ---- --- --
the grandson of Mrs. Dowlinj evening on second and fourth I 3 Ibs. 29c
Carrying A Full Line of FARM TOOLS I and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sundays. Sunday School and IVORY SOAP, Large 18cAPPLES, -
L. Dowling of Live Oak. BTU every Sunday. We are always -I Rome Beauty I
RIVERS DOUBLE STOCKS Mi, and Mrs. Jay Moody and glad to have visitors. 3 Ibs. 29c'
Mr. and Mrs. A.P.. Moore attended Mrs. Jean Gaakina has been 21cAPPLES' -
services at the Johnstowi
visiting her daughter, Mrs. D. R.I Fresh StringBEANS
And Hoes Raked Pitch Forks Planter Baptist Church last Sunday. Redding for several weeks. The<
Jr. of Ft. 2 Ibs. 29c
Mrs. Eula. Hollingsworth
Cultivators'and a Full Line of Farmers Tools. latter Is still not at all well. Bright Sail Bleach half 20c ,
White Is visiting her sisters, Mrs Son Rosier and Mrs. Carl Hit Large Hda. Home Grown I,

T. L. WAINWRIGHT & SON Nona Priest and -Mrs. T. H. Shep Hard were at church Sunday. Glad 9to; a 3 lbs lOc
pard. .
much better.A ..
to see them.:\,so ; I
Next Door To Post Office iA vteFla._ Mrs. Rhoda bowling visited the birthday party was planned i BRILLO, Large 19c Large StWks PascalCELERY
> __: 1 / O. E. Crews family at the Stat '
." .. for Philip Sullivan for last Saturday -
-- - - --- - --00-000 'I 3 for 17c
Farm last Sunday 'night. Every member of; -
----- -- ------------ ------- ---------- Joe and Jon Lazenby enjoyed the BTU Intended being on hand I Recipe Marshmallows, 10 oz. 19c Tt'x8It II

dIlk Sonny Roberts' birthday at the with "eats". It was Impossible< 25c1
REFINEMENT I Teen Age Club In Lake Butle for this scribbler to go as the old CARROTS, 3 bun.

in every necessary detail in a Service; last week.Hampton". car had no lights. So we don't Keg or Finn Flavor Large I
available locally and widely known know whether or not there was a DAILY DOQ FOOD, 3 for 25c Grapefruit 6 for 23c! I
for its modest c o 111 its wholesome

p. courtesy, and,always tactful,sympathy Madam Rumor enough would to read stop Calif. Iceberg
y2, Scratch Feed 25 Ibs. 1.43 LETTUCE for 25c
By Mrs M. C. Sweeney the Telegraph. She'd see that Mr. o -

Sullivan is still running tor commissioner ORANGES 126's DOll.25cU
He is not stopping at ,
STARKBDEWITT C. JONES Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Adklns MrsGerald all, no matter what he runs Into Laying Mash, 25 Ibs. '- 1.43 lied Klls I
PHONE Adkins, Louise Adkins nor how hard he bumps.
". 7 Joyce Beal spent the week end POTATOES, 5 Ibs. 31c
In Winter Haven and Dundee also -
Funeral Director visiting the famous Cypress 9x12, for nrlieol children. 75o a a Starting Mash, 251bs. 1.43 Selected :MainePotatoes (Loose)
Gardens ream.--Bradford County Tele- 45c
10 lbs. -
Our local funeral home enables us to' Mrs. Mamie Mead returned to graph.

offer conveniences a n otherwise available.We relatives In Cocoa and Oak Hill. JUST Yellow
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goodge and

furnish/ the nlghea. type service 'at the lowest price M family Starke, moved where last they Friday will make to fit Scratch Feed, 100 Ibs. 5.49 ONIONS, 2 I lbs.: 7. 29c.

accept ANY life Insurance policy In force. Issued by ANY com their home. I RECEIVEDLadies'
paay, as payment In part or In full on a funeral Consultation
Mrs. A. H. Kelsey returned recently 4QUALITY
carries no obligation."Iititttll. ,.
from Miami where she .
visited relatives.
-- --- Miss Kathryn Weeat returnedto BUTTER
Elizabeth. N. J. last Friday 6.85 +
1 1b. 12 oz.
after spending a week with her
\ Ply 19c
mother, Mrs. Thos. F. Brown.

/AI Mrs.Principals Ola 11.1.Meetings. Perkins In attendedthe Gaines- Rayon SLIPS 1.75 CHUCK ROAST PORK CHOPS -

I Ann PageGrape

\f. Dress SHIRTS 1.50 Sic lb. 39c lb. Jam -

2 Ib. glass

< Swr; .'zq I 39c
} 67c lb. 59c lb. Ann Page

..,, wk a.w Dungarees 1.50 I 0 SALADDRESSING

.. Felt HATS 2.50 .

Smoked PICNIC L LET 1 pt. 33c

Rayon ANTIES. 43c lb. 22c lb. -
YOUR EASTER SUIT Were65c Now45c Ana PageMello

lasting beauty from your new Ere Work Shirts 1.00 1 Ib. 12 oz.

Easter suit. If you let us guard its I ] nsurance (Streak Lean Streak Fat) 23c
fresh-from-the-store sparkle with me-
.. ticulous cleaning and detailed pressing, ModernizedLet Army Boots 3.85Girls' 37c lb. 19c lb. -

you can wear that suit for an extra! Nabisco
season or two, without a thought for
its As soon as it's soiled us PEACHES 21.2 VANILLA
I age. phone lona No. Can 25c
us to call for your Easter suit. 7 to.12 1.50
1 yoi jr xurcrj! Clabber Girl BAKING POWDER .. 9c WAFERS

DOVE RICE, 2 Ibs. - 12 oz. 30c
'hr t PIIONE 133 Charley E. Johns Sultana Fruit Cocktail, No. 21-2 -

r',S, : GREEN ROBT. % W. Temple.313 Agency NicksL! [ : can 38cA&P4iQQD Sib Ballard

4 ,
Owner' ,Are. :: FLOUR


STARKE, FLA. Bargain House t \ TIC-&: PACIFIC ,TEA CO. or Self-Rising

a rr ( nMNMi*THI TMWU....Hartford i | 300-302 E. CALL ST. STAB FLA. :48c

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Ite News Baptist ChurchMarch the Fred Langs on a Sunday aft ten's parents, Mr and Mrs. Brit-.

hUTch Messages from the Mir- I ernoon. They have been having ton Alvarez, Sunday.Mr. 00 FAT? Get SLIMMER

301 fclfc acles of the Master Is the themeof HOLYimiVEEK showers at Clay Hill but the and Mrs. A. J, Fender and
string beans anti. food candy
the sermons being turnips are com family were visiting Mrs. Juftnlta new way
Tabernacle broughtby ing up. I had a letter for the:
.VKl fte the Pastor of First Baptist Thomas at the home of her par H... a mom Irwlrr. irtxrtultirma
first time from Ila Mae Johns. thti AYI>S Camly Way.
our gathered at the Taber- Church, Starke, Sunday morningat She has ents' Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Gllsaon ITS A HOCTOK'S' AMAZING
not nolaiatlvn.
DISCOVERY.Nodniiio. -
forgotten her teach.
kht 'e night, enjoyed a talk :11'o'clock the Pastor Rev. er. Mrs. Brooksie at Starke one day last week. no..crci.in.. bat plenty.
n-iday Is .
I Mosley under Htmla.You
Lewis D. Haines will You don't cut nut any
rcy Alfred Kunz of the bring the UNION SERVICES the doctor's care. Hope she We are sorry to report the illness : almplr. tuba. AYIJ bi>(mmnili.
B and also col- message "Talking Stones". Sun- .which. automaucally cut ha
tent League School STARKE METIIODIST CHURCH is well soon. Earl and Marcus of Mrs. Susie Myrlck. She the appetite.The r*.ult n you ant
done by day meets at 9:45: with
work ,
tllagcataad of the laaa and Icaa wvighu AtootuMyormtou.
Hides are staying now in Law- I. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .
the departments and classes for all
throughout March 22nd Through March 26 1918
rganizatlon tey. Letters also from Lorene rROOr POalTlVKIBmliirntphvvbcianaMipvrviard !
and many foreign Robert Myrlck this week. taalaand
State ages.At Padgett. Hazel 'Griffin. Lula Mae
l'arctI .. .
the beautiful np t quick and l InMra.
I off, leS. Happy Hour Sunday Monday, March 22. 12:05: p. m.: Music by Presbyterian Church. Mosley. Shirley Moaley, Daisy We are thankful for the wnhov.rllqAYDSuta.WllaxPagiMgr'( ...
Pre-Easter night 7:30: o'clock the Pastor's sunshine after much rain Tr
t two of the Devotional by Rev. L. D. Haines. Lang. Ella Mae Osteen. Mabel go Only N M far
phi ram was presented at the message will be "Spring CleanIng" Tuesday March 23. 12:05: p. m.: Music by Methodist Church. Parrlsh Mildred Sculley, and Mar-' In this section. The rain and< cold a Start full :3bd.ye.up'ly'o.bly" -r.. : m.than you
e This Is the l_. .! Man tnawyItmboxwjmr
Saturday night by period of congregational war naiKl.You > (
Devotional by J. T. Quigley. garette Mosley of Miami. Theyare have set the strawberries back motf nw4.,l.:_Can bvpnooa,a wrtu.
5Comee, assisted by the singing of your request all very dear to me and it
[ people- hymns and gospel choruses. Wednesday March 24, 12:05 p. m.: Music by Baptist Church. makes life happier when I get a again and drowned out the vegetable KOCH DRUG STORE
Training Unions Devotional by Rev. S. W. Creasy. gardens.
Sunday service.wa meet at 6:15 for letter.HELPFUL.
usual dissuasion and program. MidWeek Thursday. Marih: 25. .1205: p. m:: Music by Episcopal Church. .
Acted by J. T. Quigley. IIINTS: Keep a
service each Wednesday Devotional by Rev. W. E. Hall. I CONCRETE BLOCKS READY MIXED CONCRETE
I McNeil of Washington. clean glass ash tray on the stoveto
in'rIC. 1 John arrived Monday night for evening at 7:30 with Bible study Thursday March 25, 7:30 p. m.: Union Communion Service. hold soiled spoons after using IIAIMI DOORS PAINT HARDWAREMost

[ I-day. visit at the Tabernacle. from the book of Ephesians by Devotional by Dr. J. W. Kaufman. I them to stir things. Keep your

I ill participate in all of thear the Pastor. Friday March 20, Three-Hour Service 12 noon until 3 p. m'l stove top clean. Use left-over

| services while here.Mark's Monday night at 7:30: the mov- Theme: The Seven Last Words from The Cross. Worshippers may pancake batter for French toast. ANNIS! I Try
ing picture "The Calling of enter or leave at 25-minute Intervals. i Thin with milk and dip slices of Everything ::
Matthew" will be shown the
by bread in it and fry brown. Keepa
( Episcopal Pastor with an interesting "Music toy garden rake handy to To
[lm Sunday: Sunday School Instruction" picture and color Methodist Church. Hill. potatoes and things out of the BuildRepair INC.

to.: Mernlng Worship 11 a. travelogue of the missionary field "Indifference and the InevitableCross" Clay oven. To Get
Don't forget to tell loved W. Main St.. South
of Mexico. The feature your 1098-J04S
picture will be the subject of the Item
5cfc I By Lura Biirgemi Mohr ones how nice think they are
Jursday: Holy] Communion will be shown at Corinth on Palm Sunday sermon at Jl o'clock you OrRemodel Gainesville, Florid
Ponca; Nebr.< and how much you enjoy being
fc fc1C In the First Methodist Church. alt
p.. m. Service 7:30 p.ITi.IhriflsPain. Tuesday and In Brooker on Wed- announced by the pastor, Rev. W., . . with them. Makes life ao happyfor PHONE 217 MS
od Friday:
nesday. The public Is Invited to everyone. All too SOOIIt P. O. Box 09
J. Churchwell. Each of the Len- Wherein my day. are spread
be forever too late. Who
attend all aervlcea.PENTECOSTAL may
ten services has been leading up with quiet happiness, and I bida
i more than I realizes that? Smile
to the final entry Ipto Jerusalem) farewell to our son. I' VISIT OUR NEW RESTAURANTMEET
at neighbors even though you 't.t.
HOLINESS and the Ministry in Music at the The banks lie quiet now beneaththe AND EAT AT ROn .
CHURCH feel like a grouch. Happiness IHI ,
morning and evening services is,, snow I I contagious. Let us be happy as L Good Food Sod Fountain fi I
sat otUfhttBlly .uBlorttB* balp (wotatfcM. 10th St. and Temple Are. in itself an enriching experience. A few dead weeds stand stiffly Room For Your Conventaao
we can. Keep on praying. Host
..1 ..- I b.tmwa aawral.. Sunday SchooI9:45: a. m.:; MornIng The choir meets regularly for in a row.
11a WotUMirauih lama.eO MM..ommimlfte..: ..Flw.don try Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic .. practice and is giving special But If you seek the water's edge I Also I must tell you I got a

HI sup aile."'. pate n mm ua Services 7:00: p. m. Everyonewelcome. messages In <. music during the and look. I box of ready mixed cake flour.
Tiijoy Iit4 ad asap stas aoatfMtably.tMUfMtMB I1' made two of the
......,. at dttteeitg ....F. asps. I I Easter .season. Subject for the You glimpse a movement thru layers yellow ?'.
The Best
and used it for shortcake. Not Not Enjoy
*r aMOay kMk gttuea/na -Rev. L. J. Price Pastor evening sermon will be "An the crystal sheath;; I' 'Why
Achievement in Character". And listening beside the muted bad at all and so handy. Serve "
I I i boiled eggs with your spinach.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE All children are invited to hear brook, Cornbread with greens of any
at the You hear the hidden music un-I
the Easter stories
special kind Is delicious. I am hungry
"In The Heart of Town And In The Heart I, Bible Story Hours each Tuesday. i derneath. .I for turnip greens. Never see

of The People"A There are two sessions: at 2:30: for I -E. B. York.I I them up this way. I have elevenin urnc* onuD 0Ae MMCI

the younger group and 3:30: for I oft compare my life to the my Sunday school class now.
the older children. little stream that flows not far
1 Southern Baptist Church For An People Love, and be happy. God bless Cooking IIeatl. RefrigerationFOR
I The fourth chapter of the bookon from our house. It flows gently ,
always moving, and with a funny you SERVICE CALLE.
China Is being studied at the -Lura.I. .
Sunday School 9:45: Training Union 8:15: Mid-week Prayer Service each little chuckle. This morning the T. Shull Plumbing & Heating

Morning Worship Evening Happy Hour Wednesday evening. The WSCS snow lies deep and white outside: ''le e e a e e LOCAL AGENT PHONE 144
4I It Is 12 degrees above zero. 1 J
11:00 7:30 and the MYF are studying for
have been very busy. We have Pine Level
credit. had three funerals. One was a Central Florida Gas & Appllcance Co.

March Messages From Miracles of the Master little four-year-old girl burned to BjT Mrs. H. M. Mesas Phone 3752 Trenton, Fla.

I ,Son. II.A. M..- "Talking ton..." Presbyterian, ChurchJohn a crisp to her home. The children e e e e e s e e. I
Warren Kaufman Minister were In a 'closet upstairs
I Son. 7:30 P. M. -;- "Spring Cleaning" I playing] with matches. Please We are glad to have with us

I "Talkie" Moving Pictures Monday at 7.SO P. M. Morning Worship and Sermon,' keep matches away from your this week Dr. Louis Ervamlnger,

"The caW.. .' of Matthew" 11 o'clock. Special Palm Sunday children all of you who read great Bible teacher of Ft. & Son
I Alvarez
Services. Let everyone Join the thisShe was burned beyond Texas. You are urged
King these services each night
"Visit The Church With The Visiting Paator"Sweet glad acclaim to Jesus our recognition and the house almosttotally
and Saviour! Music by the Young destroyed. I had a big this week.

La les' Choir with Vocal Solo by dinner for our son. I used. my] Mr. and Mrs. ). W. McRae and Transfer & Storage Co.
Mrs. :Edward Charbonneau. new Rogers silverware and had Ion James were dinner guests of
Sunday School. 9:45: A. M.: The roast chicken and blackberry pie. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Sapp of Hell-

KRE-MCL' Maxine Adult Class taught by C. M.: Tur We have word he has arrived In, bronn last Sunday. They also at- Phone 9105
ney invites attendance of men and Los Angeles. At the last moment tended church at Corinth. .wlllt 1M

women. .i-. \ I had to cry. I just could not Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Westminster Fellowship for help those tears. Yes,' that Is the H. H. Lewis Sunday were Mr. We Operate Local: and Long DIs-

Pudding Bath Young People in the Chapel at way with life, happiness, love and Mrs. Bishop Thomas and tance Anywhere In The State of

6 P. M.Attend. tears and goodbyes. Not bad after children of Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. Florida.
Union all.I W C. Conner and daughter and
AH Flavors Soap Services In Passion the Methodist Church I have about eleven letter Mr. and Mra. H. M. McRae. Also Ilauling Anywhere In Starke City Limits

each day at noon and the Union from Clay Hill. Billy Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Batten of

3 For' Two For Communion Service on Thursday one of my beloved boys, has goneto Starke were visiting Mrs. Bat.
evening. Bristol Va.. to work. He Is
Arthur Wilkinson's son. I had a
19c ISc- sweet letter from his sister; Joy,
Christian Church
The little girl of Winton Parrish

FRIDAY & SATURDAY MARCH 19 20 a. B. Dixon. Pator, full time at Flftone was Injured on a tree
planting machine at her home. s
She was taken to St. Luke's hospital 9

Sunday Bible school 10:00A. : in Jacksonville. Her foot k kyJ
5k M.; Sermon 11:00: A. M. was badly mashed. Patricia is
Youth meeting evening 6:45: about four years old. Mr. and

Best you ever tasted- lb. Sermon 7:30 P. M. Mrs!! Dick Padgett have a new
Wed born Feb. 12, named
Mid-week prayer service baby boy
of your money nesday at 7:30.:: James Leslie. John Wilkinson of

On the first Thursday In each Jacksonville and family visited -_ _

Just Like Homemade month. Woman's Council meets at : rs .
the church at 3:30: P. M. and on

Fruit Cake -! the fourth Thursday In. each ELECTJ.
month brotherhood supper Is
.Two For35c I held at 7:30 in the American

Legion Hall.! Visitors welcome. at
SOC lb. .
I all times. _
On, Friday night of this week, -
SHAVERS Lang's Sweet I March 19, the young people of tt
a t .r wy
Christian Church In
North Shore fr

Blackeyed Peas Mixed Pickles I .Jacksonville will be the guests of .,h+7 Ar ry r Mrrtu4gncry j t i i14
I the First Christian Church here in

Starke piesentlng a program ol

lOc Can 35c I music with talks on Youth Con-
qt. jarDurkee's ference held each year. Our doors

I are always open to you. u

Quaker I HEARThe

Colored In Quarters Grits or Meal Baptist Hour THE "NIGHT SHIFT" IS ,ON THE JOB

OLEO 47c '5 Ibs. 43c fl&f .

When the sun goes down these cars stay

out. .. not merely waiting for trouble, but
Self ftbing King F LOU R 25 Ibs. $1.99 looking (for it-so you can "rest assuied.

KELLYAS with radios most FlorIda -
\Tirs R. \ Equipped two-way ,

Mack Hawk Sliced BACON lb. 65cFresh Power &Light Company cruisers can

YOUR be on the job in a jiffy, ready for any

Florida Streak O' Lean % emergency.: And skilled employees are

Tax Collector trained in the latest developments of

Back Bone White Bacon emergency "know how."
Sunday morning at 8:30: o'clock,
45c lb. 39c lb. March 21. 194S That's but one of the many reasons

Speaker: Dr. Duke K. McCall. why your "Sunshine Service" is

Nashville Tenn. '. 1. lie I is Capable "BACKING UP"the trouble tracks dependable.

![S. No. 1 Potatoes 10 Ibs. 45cCrisp Heard Subject over"Equal Radio -Station Under\VJA Cod Jc An al.rt. .dlcitnt organliotlantxxtl so
is Experienced
2. He up ha '....! ......" Iroubl.
Prows VAST RELIEF for 3. He is Worthy Iliad load patchrt. Pours
California Large Stalks Plant Opa'alari ',o..bl. 01,. I-

PAIN MISERIES lie I..* tra'm-d In County Mat- *and pakh many., Sub" Station n or.Opvralart.en en TlflRlDl POWE t\: LIT [COMPACT)

LETTUCE CELERYlOc of Finance and Govern- l '. . .,
tern around thsbck ..
.....laIa.l.&tSere. .
911healasdas. : .
ment and he will appreciate h.lp.n |Uat* af., dp ndablaSwnthina "e ant. S.
i J Sill Maelal vote and upport. S.rvrc tot 10..
lOc hd. ,.* .....del.w your Pol. Adv.
Paid )
....an ipa*I.a.otly| as... M (
BALM aM.IIo g-pwkle i sfi M lr..S -
w nwrir a1 .wwps odMe oM-

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; : : -- ; : .oj.. COI V'1'1.

Colee Address ,. :ft' \ .. ..)11'1 'r'" ; ',," x CICHV.Jackie Dowdy. Blanchett.. Plaintiff Oeraon t'ONY. yl.Oklry4l\ .
] k : ., Blanchett, Defendant. Or.en.pnn
,. U.t .. 'tnl" } '. vii. L toy Sully"' KIt/unl'u./ 3' pt
\ ,I' Case No. 1409ORDER ; 1
-rffj !f dant .
: ." : C.W 'c ..
\ ., j.. : ', z '... OF PITWLICATION! iIVS4jn

Highlights '" I 1', ,'' ,. "," "\' "'II..' ., ,:'' ....: ." : ."','" ..1"o)\ ''. tI, .I'I': I ;I\o\\\;: \"" ,' i'!> .....J.,. ,. .. STATK.OF AND NOTICE FLORIDA. TO APPEAR to: l... Roy STATE ORDER ASH !1)1'IC'E;r'F\)11'( PLO Pt..."'.t1:,I
whose residence la
:: fl. '#'//IIt .'>' irI. rilanchi-tt un- Sally $'Ilmnraa, rail':;:'
known. (
C of C < .4":" t." ...' .... : ) ,, i .. You are required to appear on 'Ie'residence Itehtlm!!and" uUdngh
Banquet I}
12th, 1948. In the above named horn tit., ,
,) { 'J ( April Itl"oklynn,'N"II: HI-
; '; .f .!, ,.. Court and cause wherein plain. You: are ; ,
)., .. J" .. # :" tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County April JZ, UH re'lulr.d,' 10 I ins
' Digger and better than ever the "" '11I' .... '' ., Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Court I1nd 'n th,
.' ..... '. -41! to! 'autr tic K3,
... ,''''' .$" next four weekly Issues.Witness seeks "
'Ytar '
of the :t divorce
annual banquet qnr
r second II. '.''f'. 1I" f'
; hand and official Telegraph
... .. my r
Starke Chamber of Commerce was "."'.. """. !f( :it. AI!. ,"" ,.\.4.. ,, "JZ,,, i"... .:!Itt. or.."' seal at Starke, Florida, this 11th In next foul.hah ptbll,1.'
J 'I! ,
Werklr fe
s ) .. rl'- p, of March 1043.OFFICIAL. I I
Thursday ; Witnexa
held in the USO building ( ',"'f...., :: .. ,' .. .... IllY
\-1 ,", ; ,J SEAL) 'A. J. Thomas, .nl nt hnnd
March llth bringing ,: '.. ( tar"""" .
night i'l> .. II. 19U. Florid"
1 1 .. :"'J1klit '" ; A. ClInk of said Court. ?
Out more than 180 businetm and \. ; '-: ... .... : I,;.. .. :, -: v." ; .:> "' .... __ John .' Henderson Eaq.? St. AugueAtty. (OFFICIAL 8EA .
t loaders to hear a significant ... :,., ., .... }"; .. I ,<,,* '" .,/ ., ' .. for. ()
civic a'
i.. ,,, i Plf. 1-12 4t 4-1 T. t
speech by Harold Colee executive ,.- .-,.:,r.. ,.,".:.., ,.... .. .. ..JtIf.Ifj.- _.._' _.' '_ _......, : .,...:."'" ., / Att)Frank". r.r I'lf."od umt. IWi' '
'Co' 'J.. .... .... I'
vice president! of the State Chamber 4. iItI..i ". ... ,. 1'1 I 1
A ,"",','. ,' ... r.t. ,, f .,:r" .. ,_ .' (>o..,
:(5' .
\ .
of Commerce.Preceding dLl ,
1i:.... .. I ,:. ... 1:11: cincrtT COITIIT. BRADFORD
\ I.w. 1V"liT,
Mr. Colee'a address. '.' --A-: COI'NTV. FLORIDA IN CIIAN. 'r 1'01ry1
.., ; ('Ot'\'r Y. VI
J \ -Ii ,::1. 1'RIIY. "I.OIIlI i
t > ,
A. 3. Thomas pas .: .1 Gladys Brooks Anderson Plaintiff Ck:11: Y. n
president of the loral organization 'fI/iiIIIlfI.... ;!'" ... ; -. _. :;A. ,"a'II, .. v.. Walter Donald Anderson De lone lament lleaton, J>.''lid", h la
-:. ,, Pendant Cane No. 6397. I.i Wi.Case
gave a resume of activities ""';.- :_ . !' .. ,;::', No. lUlii Ponds"
the .. .1IIi;; t# :!; .' i' ''' : ORDER ,
and accomplishments during .i. .!.\, : NOTICE TO APPEAR AND OKPn,,,,1 .0TI

1 past jrcar.jdviSr. I- '' ; :. '.'.'..,11"r. 'j" 1 "' .' '''' ..... J.,:::' .. : ; ,--S' Donald STATE Anderson OF FLORIDA, whose toi residence Walter n&ST.0''\111': 1'001'11'1''.' 1"I.IJIl1t)4", '': TO)A TIII IIId II
sl' >s Bradford: Countlans ,':,.> ,;.::1'1..1 I'" : "'>.. '.' [ # . < .Ji.. .. .. .YI. IK: 310: Eighth: Street Hue It ford. Is U"'nt bell 'I'b"..
'V' .... .
; 'n
I'- .. ". Illinois Or.,
their greatest .
tt&i-t the soil is "'II ...to. .,> ,... ) .,
You are required to on You ,
r1-'waJ:' resource Colt-e urged that ', : \ ) !f April 12, 194X. In the olov appear named. yrll 12th Are, 1945 r "tI Ir.d, II ,
it :}* developed to the utmost and .., A ,. "f .., ; Court and cause wherein plAintiff :fiMnurt: atnl 1 u .,tuts, 1'4'p p
... : seeks divorce Bradford County ... div
boo \ Ire
.!bJt stress placed on obtainingilhCiutfrlfJ "'Iff' 'lit. Ii' Telegraph shall" publish\ thin Orderi) Telegraph Khali ,IedM1' ",
( locally that would uti. t \.. In next four. weekly IsMUfn.VltneHn In next! four weekly l'Uhll.\' hm hmrF
teyro&ucl: of the Hull, such as : \ my hand and official WltneHH my; hand l IM,'.
: ral nt tjtui: Ke, Florida, .this March at Stark, )')Weida' ?,.
LamxA: : -* for fruit and vegevlih'e It. 1A48. March 1949.OFFICIAL. !
? : *. He urged the planting of; As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL Bald Court.) A. J. Thomas. ( SF-M.) \1 0e

;yr irxe feed crops pointing out thatf'irsht5t Rivera & Anderson, Ureen Cave John J. (fenler"onkEa;
from outside Borings, FI... -_ tine J.'la. If
.. purchases Attys. for PIt. 3-12 4t 4-2 Atty. for Plf.
a.:k.e .state a total of $2 .OOO.OOO t
Filling the huge t'SO ,auditorium, to near capacity, more than rk
mvx* *>feed annually. rs.
180 lUNlncH and chic leader are.plctel"'d above an they gathered .
.% Cf-nture of the evening's en-
of March 11th for the annual Chamber of Commerce banquet Shown
'tfriuUnmont the awarding
.fsn 911Ltu"ble door prizes donated at the mpraJter'n table, from left to right am Mrs. L'lclan Conner 1

Ttfjy the merchants of Starke to Lucian (Conner C of C Secretary: A. J. Thomas Immediate past YOUR USED TIRES ,ofI'

'Ohr! ladies present. This was fol. prraldrnti: O. S. New comb, president of the organization. Mm. 'New-

SmnoA by a jitterbug dance routine comb Harold Colee. executive vice president of the State Chamber'of ,

i ; : :by Pat McGrlff and Janet Commerce and principal speaker at the banquet Mrs. Horace 9r

.JUidersun' accompanied at the Gould( Com. Gould of the Jacksonville Naval Air Station Mi*. Colee ,

piano by Mrs. J. W. Klncald and I'at McGrlff, entertainer 'I) nhu
Group singing of old favorites war I

enjoyed -with Rev. L. D. Haines 1 I

.as leader:! and Mrs. W, F. Helntz ,

AS accompanist. ... t

The dinner was started with Invocation ,J.' AT I rl

... by Dr. J. W. Kaufman 4!!'
and the memorable evening was :. '
closed with a benediction by Rev. fjJ' If1
\V. J. Churchwell. : 4y .
Expresses Thanks 1

Direction of the Chamber e-:- ,

pressed!! appreciation to the following ", % 4

whose efforts helped to make -1

the banquet a great success: .

Frances Crosby Clcnda Crosby 1
:Marlene Reddish Mary Lou Alvarez C r

Gloria Norman and Nor fI'!.... -"' J

man Jean Dyal who served as n. :,;, .'.:, .-.. \t A I I

waitres es. '}. .i"... .; ..
} .
Mrs. R. R. Crosby who' helpedto .. ','
make all the waitresses' ,: ; We'll buy all the 'i, ,

dreases, and Mrs. Lucille Conner "

who helped with' the dresses andjwcnred "*' Unused Mileage :

all waitresses, assisted' I

with{ decorating and setting the In
Honored guests at the banquet were the group pictured, above Your Present Tires
tables and the wrapping of gifts.
who bought honor to Bradford County at the recent Southeastern
The merchants of Starke whowere
to generous In donating door Fat Stock Show, and Sale In Ocala. From left to right- George tJet.BIG I f 4P@

pI"-. KopnlouMoU, who purchased the FFA Grand Champion steer at LISper : @

Arch Thomas, Jr.. who greatly pound; V. R. Ferguson, vocational agriculture Instructor at BUS .

asatated' Secretary Lucian Conner and advisor to the Bradford ETA Chapter; Maurice Edwards, Jr., I TRADE-IN

.in moving all tables chairs and xhlbltoi) of the FFA Grand Champion Steer; Charles Lawson, ex

other equipment into the USO hibitor' of the FFA Grand Champion "pen of three"; and H. A. Law- I

buIWJDg and in returning same to17WntlT son, who was one of the heaviest buyer of purebred stuck at the ALLOWANCE

$. sale.
'" Tit: Starke Coca-Cola Company ,

furnished two boys and a truck On Smart, New G

for moving equipment and other 7 1

necMMry!: hauling. .
The Starke School furnished all

dishes silverware and other cooking t1etoneZ -

equipment while the Methodist I 4 a :

Recreation Building the ,
Catholic Recreation Center and >
_V. R. Ferguson director of the e

vocational agricultural building .

auppllod! all tables. ,
Mrs. J.V.. Klncald donated! #

Cowers for the banquet table and [

palms fur-the lobby. tOP'- r

The expert Job of catering was! .
In the capable hands of Mrs. .
Janie Avery of Avery Inn. .,....
Hear our friend. Colin Engfiah. s

!! discuss his program for

Florida's future Wednesday, You'll be amazed at the low cost of
March %-1. at 8:00
p. m., corner ,
of Call & Thompson Sts., these swank, new, white sidewall tires

", Starke. and you'll go for the new look they

p CARD OF THANKS As a highlight of the banquet program young Edwards Is handed give your car, too. Even if your tires have ,

We wish to express our sincere a check for $50 by W. B. Sewvll, president of the Florida Bank at many safe miles left in 'them trade '

thanks friends and appreciation to our I Starke, while young Lawson received a check for *JJ from the bank. them in today and you'll get full allowance

,. many and relatives for The checks were given as a token of the bank's Interest In the Improvement \
the kindness and consideration for the unused
be.l I of livestock In thin aiiea.IN mileage. Give your
loved upon us during the
d car ,that smart look today! .
ana death
or our dear mother and
Urs. ciiict'iT roi'RT. BIi.DFoRD 'N riitciiT TOIRT. 8R u.'onn '
wife Pearlie Green. <--( Cot NT*''. FI.OIIIII IN 4I1tN1'e'R ; :If
JSverette Green and Family (" :'RY 1';
i Mildred I.imiU-ky. Iloc k. PlMlntlff.v .,I Lronitrd J. Pharr. Plnlntlff. v...
1> RTCIHr rotIRTJ.: .. Rn "Frank' L'ncfk, liefviulunt. Case Irene tleudlev Phurr. IVfendant. '>
r+ III"-. VLOHIUAI IN CHAN: No. 1 1 ST.oiiDKit. I r Case No. 0402.OIttEIt ONLY
H =11' op pttnLirATiovANP OF Pt'rfL.ICATIONAM PAY
N4-vrBare Whltcomh' Plaintiff va.Ibur ; NOTICE' TO APPEAR I > NOTICK TO \PPKAK
8TATH OF KKOKirtA toy: Mr.Frank I .
y Whltcomb, Defendant. CaAAU1ER .. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Irene
.ld,, 1411. Bocek whose r.i.ltl.*nf.e and I ".."ell"v thurr, whose residence .la.
OF PUBLICATION .ddr. .. In: KIM:1 lnUixl. New TurkHarbor unknown.You .
f *:lV:1): NOTICE TO APPEAR .. 1, New. York. I are required to appear. on e
BTATE.OF FLORIDA to: Mr. You are riiilred| ti> appear on April 12, llHS. In the above namedend
\\ Itbur Whltcomb, whose renldenc April 1*. un In the above nnrndfiiiirt I"<*urt 'I"'.. wherein plaintiffaeeks .
and address la: 1455 18th Street : and cause >wherein. plaintiff. 1 I divorce. Bradford County 7
Kronklyn. New York. :; ereks divorro A Kvitoratlon of}I Telenraph shall; puhliru. this OrderIn
Yo. are required. to appear on. Maiden Nanw. Bradford CottnY9'airsraph next four weekly I I'..II.H>.
April 18. I04S., In the above named shall. .publlnh this OrderIn Wltneiii my hand and official'
Xiv.irt and cause wherein pUlnItCf next four weekly lmtu... lent|I at Starke, Florida, this March' I
jweka. divorce support ..u.. Witness my hand and offlc-lnl, 10. 11)44. -
IndT. and control or ...Id minorWild. mnl m stcrkv. Florida. thl March OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. 7deupe
Urailford County Telegraph 18. 1919.IOre'ICIAL. I ". Clerk of Ha lit Court. WEEK
ball publish this Order In next SEAL) A. J. Trioma", Martin. JPearl, ".. ...., Thoma.'j A 6
(unr weekly luauea. A* Jerk of Bald Conrl. Ally for Plf. '-1
fVltnes ply hand and official T. Frank Landrum.. Stark. Fla.
J seal at Starke FJorida, this MarchI 'Ally for Plf. :a-19 H 4-' MONTHS TO PAY
,I. 19U. _
It t4f.Jrware, SEAL) A. :J. Thomas II" CIHCVIT COTRT. nR."i.roHn IN rlRfl'IT .rOI'RT. BRADFORD
rt,.k/sYAf *ald Court.lndrB .' \!''MTV.' ri.oniutt IN 1111- rol'NTY. ..ORIO..I. IN. CIIA.N.csair .
T. rra- ..i, Starke. Fla. r :nv.Kverott '
Attl'. Jer PIf. a.\I /' *-9 Neal, PUIntlfC. v.. Myrtle Ira ,..n U. Startle, Plaintiff. \..
Neat nvfrndant. Case No. Silt Judy Maxlne Harris Defendant
MvrtU: Neal, who. re..M.nc. and I STATE OF FLORIDA I..: Judruaxlne
tbeNnan bt'o aila IK: tllT F:. Sith Street, Harris, whoiie residence l I.
,. I They talk ot thnttannote, Tennr.ues.You I unknown. 'Firestone
I Home
I. Your are required to appear on &
bind the gunsd \ are reiured! to appear on April ISth. UHf In the above Auto
> named -
that he April 11. t SIS.
And the deadly work Court and In the above named Court and cause. wherein plain. Supply
( baa done sake 41"1'caune.... wherein llradCord plaintiff County I tiff ...km divorce. Itradford County
Telegraph shall .
nubllnh this Order
"11" much more deadly, work Telesraph ah..1publl.h\ this Order In next four weekly. Issues .
In next four .
i weekly laeuea.Wltneaa I Witness my hand and officialI 600 Temple Ave. .
fork ,1.
f by my hand and official' neat, seal at Star", Florida this IItb .. .P. ROBERTS, Owner 1
;k 1 la done bJ .the man behindFlorida I at Mtarke. Florida this March llth. of March' ".8. << STARKE,
9 j ball. 4 I NIA I (Official S".U A. :J. Thomas I
the (OFFICIAL SEAL> A. J. Thom I A. Clerk of said Court er
Newa]I .
( pood A Clerk of said Court John J. Henderson. Esq.. St. Augus
IT. Prank I"' '' ... Attjr- for Plf. :3-18 41 t.2, .. .. h
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