Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 16, 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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"I.11, tin9 In.The Shade ,

'" With Colonel Bradford I Ithink' 4. '

th re.....nothing l like a good old( ::fashioned poliUcal\ BRADFORD ,
like us old-timers perk up fcrul take a new lease on life, and I IOfikial

New River last Friday night was certainly one of' the ,

IQn Kl(I tcoil, good speaking.' and good company, make a comHard .

to beat and all three were present in large propor-
Counts Publication EJifablished In 18'11

B housewives are famous for their .4
River good cooking VOLUME SEVENTY -
B New certainly plenty of evidence to that effect last Friday ....AUJUI:. .".'OKIDA."RIOY.PHIL 18, 1048_
was .. NUMBER TWENTY-SL 1' *
Kiile the mind of the voter was being fed with plain and 1 s '

Ktory. the "Inner man" could also be fed luscious hamBot Pilot Killed Hog Serum Flown In From TallahasseeAs ,* (ft.I '

dog and homemade cak!. Lots of weighty Issues were Heavy Registration Adds 1000 Names ITo '

Before the publlo\ ,...but the hardest issue for the Old Colonelwas f

whether to have a piece of :Mana Wiggins' coconut In Plane Crash Floods Halt Rail And Road Travel Books ..

Rt generous slice of Mrs. Ethan Sapp's chocolate layer. A Here; Saturday Deadline
I - --* I ,
IKe was finally reached by haying a, slice of both! Who could Bradford County stock raisers 4. 'j
Kind on the sales tax or the bookie bill with an assortment LawteyMidshipman received urgently needed hflg er- c When registration books close here ',

Bade cakes just waiting to be sampled? um from Tallahassee by plane last more than 1,000 new Saturday April 17. i

H. it was a fine meeting with a lot of highlights and side- Edwin Francis Cannot week when an overflowing Su of qualified voters Supervisor names will have been added to the list

enliven the more serious political aspects, Judge A. Z. 36 Wade St., Jersey City. N. wannee River cut off all highway announced yesterday. For of Registration J. R. Kelly II i

Kho Is Indigenous to theNew River section set the tenor of J.. was Instantly killed when the and rail transportation\ to> West : Mr. Kelly will the benefit of late registrants '
.. keep his
Florida. The, vitalserum. used to ,. office" in' the 'courthouse
Navy plane he open until
was piloting crash-
choice stories .about the old 7:30
IKg with a few good days when ( ." p. m. tomorrow
ed a mile and a half north of combat hog cholera, has to remain although the usual c'osinor,. .rmnr. Brill were boys fishing, swimming and Incident- --- --
Andrews Lawtey late Monday '.fternoon. refrigerated, and a shipping '.. ''5p.m. T '
B-ing up along the banks of New River. The student pilot stationed at delay would have rendered it I"r" Funeral Today Mr. ;

Eay. so the Judge tells, he and Will were torn washing" sans the Naval Air Station, near Jacksonville ineffective.N. )f For Kelly stated that three t ftV

B trunks as was the custom in those days. In fact swimEki was the sole occupant of D. Wainwright Jr., local : Jos. R. ParrishFuneral types of new registrants have ,

probably hadn't even been invented yet. The O. S. & F. the F4U Navy Corsair trainer real estate and Insurance agent, services contributed to the unusually Tf

1 Back had just been laid and this happened to be the day on when the single seater apparentlywent and L. L. Libby, the pilot and co- 's l1 _-.. Parrish 61-year-old for Brooker Joseph farmer R- large total qualifying the t

K scheduled to through the into a spin and crashed to owner of the Libby-Conway Flying :,&': i
first train was pas Judge reHfhcn who died Wednesday, will first time in 1
they heard the whistle blowing, heralding the approach the ground on the property of the Service, flaw to Tallahassee ;'>tiI":." be held Friday afternoon at 3 o-' 'Those this county: ((1)) .

Bnmentou3 occasion the boys jumped out of the river grabbed Canal Timber and Lumber Company Wednesday April 7, and returnedthe clock at the graveside In Fort Call of 'who have' just become i f .
!came day with two cases of age ((2) Those
B shirt and flagged the train down. Aa soon as it screeched adjacent to the farm of __1kl / Cemetery near Providence Rev moved to who have f., '
Harry Wilkerson north of Law the serum. They left the Conway .. L.. this county since
Truby Parrish the
will f
officiate and
K the asked excitedly \
engineer "What'sBrr last
the crew election
airfield at 9:30: am., obtained the f; (3) '
tey. The accident occurred at Key McCabe Funeral Home of Those who have' r.\
'Is the trestle washed out? never;
boys 4:45: : o'clock Monday afternoon waiting serum at Dale Mabry Jacksonville Is in charge of registered before but are
ar ,
B] who wants to buy a possum'." visited the scene within 50 minutes back in Starke at 1:00: p.m. The terest In some particular candidate .i !I., ''I
Survivors are his widow Mrs. :
R 3 the Judge's story. and he sticks to It. Brother Andrews of the crash, stated that the flight was performed free-of- Et i'arrltih\ : three daughters, la the unusually large field. t I '
for his version but he tells pilot thrown charge by the Libby-Conway The list of ,
be reached probably that the was clear of the Mrs. Nettle Gay of Brooker, Mrs. qualified electors!
1 did the plane and that the body was almost Flying Service. now contain 6,228 11 i
who talking.
the one "' La Voile Wltkovskt of Miami, and names ((0,134 '
.. The shortage of serum developed '''' a",. Democrats 't' t Ii
S I entirely decapitated, both and 94
Mrs. Republican
Geneva of Jacksonville
; ; : \ >>ie. Rogers )
know, its surprising how many of the candidates were born legs broken, and the right arm when a $200,000 state fund ; "*!Ji.. ; five eons Guy, Herbert, the largest number In. the history tol <
torn off at the shoulder. (appropriated every aesslojj of theLegislature of the 'county. M.. I
The !
Im ., Roscoe, Floyd, and Wallace Par- Kelly stated
and grew up plowing an old gray mule. One fellow did ) became' exhausted !. "
plane struck the earth with such however that around
1 and he plowed an old red mule, but he'll probably ; '. rich all of Brooker; and two 1,009 names,
say force around March 1 because -of the will be
he said that It almost removed
from the
brothers Gus and Parrish list
ij to gray before long because red Is a pretty unpopular colHnow -. buried Itself. NAB personnel removed high/ price of serum When funds ,f,;.;" ; ""' '''' Union County. Ray of when the County Commissioners t It ff .

politically\ speaking. the body Monday night, were made available taut week ,_,_,_.. ___'___' ,____. -' ,.. ,.__,..,._....'.m'-""_.r1Lw "_, ..'if..._'!'_''_,.._.."urL<, ._,_____.__.",_' .}'.. meet on April 21 to remove the >i .III;
B. (Uncle Walt) Sibley said he spent so much time behind aKils and Tuesday portions of the for more serum' tile roads and I name ofthose who are deceased f

early days that he finally became known as Walter Sib- plane were removed and the remainder -i railways direct, to Tallahasseewere Pictnrvd above am' Ilep. N. D. Wainwright, Jr., and. L. L. LIbby,:Realty Transfers or who have moved from the f ,4:'. (J

(Mule Driver). Well it seems to the Old Colonel that all covered. Mr. Carra dine blocked by flood waters. pilot, unloading cholera hog serum urgently nfmtod by Bradford Show Property county. This will leave a net "
Bricnce stated that the The shortage became acute in County stork rtilwr\ The two flew to TallahOMaen to obtain the total of more than r f 1' ,
with mules on the part of our present crop of. candlHgolng plane's single engine Active ,000. the : .
Bradford County when sick hogs atlrum..whpil high waters Mocked In CountyRecent Supervisor I ;
was 30 feet underground. other means of transportation. stated.'
to come in mighty handy; because a lot of voters areHut I ,
were discovered in three different il '
Mr.' .
as balky as. mules when it comes to telling a fellow how parts of the county. Around 400 real estate transfers announced Kelly said that the regis .4 5 I
oing to vote. Yea sir, I guess that's a pretty good' qualtflca- Red Sox Lose head were listed by County AgentT. by E. A. Strout Agency; has been of negroes as Democrats ( .

Kr all, because a fellow' who has learned to handle a mule K. McClane as awaiting treat County Committee Calls Truman'scivil are aa follows: year, totaling unusually 308 heavy this) ;s. '

B be able to hahdle the public after he gets into office.: ment. A. I). Crosby Starke fold to precinct alone so far In one \ ,r.:.

I S e GamesAfter The County Agent, advised, that George F Qupthlcln" of Hartford, Lawtey, some 120 t .'
I I negroes
It of the real oratory at the rallies seems to revolve around Opening Mr. Wainwright would fly up to Rights Program 'Revolting'Denouncing1 Conn., 07 acres on Highway 200* Kelly said.registered an' Democrats i,I /1<
obtain the serum called the south April 3.
race and this seasoned observer will have to admit that
dropping two games to State Livestock Sanltory Board W M. Vollhardt. of Monaca, Pa.,
Johns and Fred Andrews are no slouches when it comes toHwordd President Truman's recommendations
the Green Cove (Reserve Fleet) and arranged for the serum" to be as sold to Carl Morton contractor of Bennett 't
microphone. Clarence Roberts Is little contained in his Civil Rights \ to To
: through a a message Congress as "re- Speak
last weekend the local Red Sox delivered to Mr. Walnwrlght. Detroit, Mich., 11 acres on road
itbdued, side when It comes to oratory, but that is no reflecBiis will seek revenge on the Naval volting and humiliating to all true Democrats", the Bradford 100 East! April 1. .

campaigning abilities -, for "still waters run deep", you Base diamond Sunday afternoon. County Democratic Executive Committee,, in session here on F. C. Hulllngsworth. Starke sold F '

Clarence says he doesn't have any great Legislative record Manager Harry, Lappe announces U of F Glee Club March 27 passed a resolution of protest. to Rose Fitzgerald of New York day3PM.Ch&rlea ; .

Bbout like Fred and Charley, because he hasn't had a chance !' however, that civilians will not be As released to the press this week by :Mrs. I.. n. Futch, City, lot on highway 100 East. ,
yet. "Just give me a chance though andI'll, be.willing, toHiy admitted by the Navy to see the committee secretary, the resolution read : Thomas McGuire of Hampton m] Bennett candidate I"ij ": .

record with the others" Clarence says.Hrley game so there is no use for fansto Here Tonight Whereas: President Harry S. Truman. who is seeking sold to Jean Drapeau of Tlverton, for representative to Congress f J I ''r.: I

is in fine fettle these days and his microphone manner follow .the team.In nomination by the National Democratic Convention for reelection R. I, 80 acres out of Hampton from' the 2nd ,Congressional Dis. :

> improve with each campaign *- and indeed It should, con- the season's opener, played An outstanding musical treat disregarding the' March 13. trlct.JI9:14: speahr. In Starke Friday :.

his long service in the Senate where speech-making ability on the Starke ball field last Saturday will be brought to Starke tonight Democrats of the South,' has'I others counties of Florida be,,and F.M. "McDavid, Jr., ol Pompano L afternoon, < April 18,,\at ,3 .o'clock.' \ i

m asset. !""red:'AndJ'flW.8.also takes lo the miQropbone.uk .,.. afternoon, the Red Soxbowed'lo when the: University of Florida! recorhmended Congress the they, hereby ..-ereInvited to 'JoinIn Fl.;>Wd to- H. K/Wey'of.Cory, )BVit jrtr"i! *,former'member I( t1 ,,I

water and when he turns It loose, the voters know they've, the Bullets 6-3. The Glee' Club popularly known as enactment of laws designed. protesting President Truman's Intl.< speech. locals made 7 hits to 9 for the "Florida's Ambassadors of Good to eliminate all segregation program, 2. vat County and was the'first can- ,". t

these rallies are really something. They're entertaining, visitors. Will", will present a varied pro- based 'on race or color and 3.'That all true Democrats be, Andy Ward Starke sold when 'I'
Sunday afternoon the Red Sox gram in the USO auditorium at Whereas: The adoption of and they hereby are, urged to Underhill, house and lot on Clark the 2nd District vacancy I
an Instructive and voter should avail himself of the t
every lost again to the Bullets to the 8:15.: Admission is free. Mr. Truman's program( would des- withhold support of Jackson Day Street, Starke', March 10. occurred In 1941. He withdrew II f''

ilty to attend at least .one, of them! tune of 20-5. The local lads made The 30-man chorus, directedby troy cherished customs and, traditions dinners which may be held as a Wm. H. Powell of Starke sold from the race to enlist when war 1 I, i

:5 hits to 10 for the visitors. The Prof. John W. De Bruyn, is Impare the acceptability of means of raising funds for .the to E. O. Grumach of,New York came and he I I. now back in the 1( / I

ig out to New River the other night the Old Colonel was other 10 points scored by the Bul- being presented here at!! a com the public school system, and create National Democratic. Executive City apartment house on Wash- picture after serving five years rC",: '!

at having to "eat dust" all the way there, after leaving the lets were made on Red Sox errors munity cultural project by the I I misunderstanding and possible Committee. ington street March 15. in the Army. \I',' *,i

id. After all the rain'we've been having for the past nine Starke players in the first two Starke PTA and the BHS Glee: violence between white and colored Membership of the Committee, Mrs. Anna Hansen of Milwaukee. Bennett graduated from the i ii I i I,

you'd think It \,,,uld take the rest of the summer for the games were: Balick, 3rd base; Club. The visitors will be served people and of which G. P. Wadsworth of Wis., sold to Bert Aldridge University of Florida Law School I 111

1 to get dry enough to throw up much dust but the moistureget Bryant and Worner 2nd base; supper prior to the concert by! Whereas: President Truman's Hampton is chairman, Is as follows of Alachua, house and lot on In 1934'and while there wa president .11 ,'

> away In a hurry. Hardin center field; Bishop, 1st the local Glee Crab. I recommendation contained In his : Lawtey 1.., If, Futch and Laura Street. Mr. Aldridge, of the student body. He ha* I

there's not any dust yet around the Suwannee River where base; Adams and Solano, catcher; Everyone Is Invited to be present -: Civil Rights message to CongressIs Mrs. Beatrice Futch; North Starke sheet metal worker will transfer practiced law In Jacksonville .. I

UTS have had all highway and railroad travel to West Flor- McGrlff, short stop: Worner and I to enjoy this free concert by revolting and humiliating to all : L. D. Green and Mrs. Mae I). his business here from Alachua. since 1934. During the war he received J r ,I
Geiger, left field; Roberts Solano 'one of Florida's outstanding true Democrats, Green; South Sterke I'. L. Transfers sold through N. D. the Sliver! Star for gal- )
off for more than a week. and Bryant right field; Godwin, j I II : musical groups. Therefore be It resolved by the Bridges and Mrs. Nolla D. Mld- Wainwright Jr., Agency: lantry In action, fought in New I'rl; ''1 J I

H. Lyons, our genial post office clerk who has a farm over I, and, Keene, pitchers. Bradford County Executive Committee dleton; Graham C. H. Roberts R. E. Southorn sold to Herman Guinea and the Philippines and ; ,
'Aling Park of the worst 'hit communities) was telling led 1000) ) guerillas in
(one Luzon.
as follows: and Mrs. Equllla Roberts
Manager Lappe expressed hope 2nd StatementClerk ; Hampton Clement of New Hampshire, of' .,
nol about four days he spent over there trying to get things"n this week that attendance at the 1. That all true Democrats be'l j O. P. Wadsworth and Mrs.'Thos. 4-ro'tn residence at 11th and {

out. His place fared better than lots of others being home games will Increase now of the Court A. J. Thomas and they hereby are requested to F. Brown; Theressa A. Lake Streets, April 0. Typing Classes t'

"ly higher ground. However, he did lose some stock. Harry that the season Is well under way. this week reminded candidatesthat urge the officials of Florida to use L. Sullivan and Miss Hazel Phil I Open To ,Adults If

found 81 pigs, 12 cows. and six rattlesnakes huddled together I There were only 21 paid admissions second campaign statementsmust every means available to resist lips; New River E. A. Sapp A. B. Baker has purchased. a

small Island. When the boat pulled up to rescue the stock ; at Saturday's game and 60 be filed between Thursday, President Truman's program, and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins; BrO
ned rattlesnakes tried to Jump In first. Harry says and not on Sunday. April 22, and Monday, April 26. 2. That the County Democratic L. R. Galney and Mrs. N. G. and Sanders road( from Guy Sale. Bradford 'County Institute for '

here myself, I'll just have to take his word for it. I Executive, Committee of all the.'Hayes. The house In now occupied by the Veteran ,and Adults, this week I

Old Colonel thought that Mother Nature had been on kind Activities Added For Young TeenAgersIn Robert Oreena.Singi'ng reminded the public that typing t f

mpage around here, what with raining so much it spoiled our j I Recreation Program Doyle Conner Wades Through; Flood Water are classes and bookkeeping courses M3i I-
being held
Convention two
lop and made it Impossible' for farmers to get a decent stand To Fill Speaking Dates For English week at DaB and are open nights to all a

r truck. But maybe we !avn.t fared so bad, after all, conald-I T he PT A- ponsored recreation Recent hosts and hostesses have ._ -_. Marcus Conner, president, '/announces Interested persona above high ;

hat other sections of the country have gone through. program has been expanded to In- included Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Du-' Pioneering circuit riders Who damage to homes that the Bradford County, school age I
J I he planted as for the Pre, Mr. and Mis. G. S. Newcomb, once encountered all kinds. of wan very great. i
by the way, Jim Horn by says that one year crude special activities Ke returned to Starke Sunday Singing Convention will hold an I The classes In these subjects i
the middle of May and still made( a fair crop so maybe wet young teen-age group. Mrs. C. O. Priest, Mrs. Tom Har difficulties in fulfilling their pulpit afternoon with Mr. Smith. all-day meeting at the Brooker are held each Thursday and Friday ( ,
be too discouraged 1'yet. A record-breaking hall ruined Games and folk dances are plan-: ding, Mrs. )l. McKnight. Mrs. engagements had nothing on Baptist Church Sunday, April 23.: night from 7 until 9130 o'clock *,
W, J. Bertha Pearce. and others. Doyle Conner, Bradford County Doyle made a total of six
Mrs. Dinner
and by will be served the
ned supervised
Bro. Horns- on with
< he had of ago Alexander Purcell .
ng about the first May many years a In-
speeches during his
Epperson. Jr., Mrs. Edward Burnll.and Mrs. T. H. Osborne has general I farm lad past president of the. amphibious grounds and everyone Is welcome. structor. '8 \
before he could get
P. and it was the 'middle of the month Mrs. Ruby Johns. This group,, supervision of the whole PTA recreation -I! Florida FFA, and now an agricultural weekend and states that things C
j"'ng"' ready for re-planting. Jim should know as he's probably Friday night in the program and Is assisted student at the University look mighty good for his friend 'i.'f!

I over more land over more. years than anybody else I known music meets every room of the former USO I by Miss Louise Beyers who is In of Florida. Mr. English, In that part of the 30 Men On ;' ,
I IIbronn Employed
state, Construction
these parts.. building from 8 until 10 o'clock. charge of games. A high school Doyle has taken to the stumpin

Mrs. H. C. Brown assisted Mrs. I recreation committee, consistingof behalf of the candidacy of.

Epperson last week. two representatives from each Colin, English whom he came to: Building Permits Ilmenite Mine Site

Scene of Rally Tonight Mothers of young teen-age boys grade, Is assisting in planning. know and admire through his Issued By CityThe NearHere Ii IiII

and girls are urged to volunteer Announcement of plans for special connection with the state's vocational t _

their assistance. events will be made later. agriculture program. following building Around 30 men are now employed by the II ".

.;e Crowds At New River Grahamronn The recreation program for the This Friday night concert the dance will by After speaking for English at were recently Issued permits by: Gold Corp.. on construction work at the ilmenite Humphreys mining .. f I
the given
high school and older young people begin the New River rally last Friday the City of Starke: I site east of Starke C. J. Bastedo superintendent of
under the
I shuffleboard the University of Florida I op rl I f.
Includes ping-pong night. Doyle was carried by Foster eration said
Church yesterday.
building 32x60 brick '
Springs, near the that if the House of-Representatives table games and dancing. the sponsorship of the PTA. Shi Smlth..to Lake City where land metal Mt. Morlah Method-' Foundations for various structures including (,,r' '
phlcal the of
center of a rich had not voted down his he caught a bus and finally ar-l hit Church, by H. W. Hartley.''I fice building warehouses welding rJ
shop oil
K section of Bradford Tallahassee house, and gas :1
rived In through a
"bookie bill' after the Senate had Heads Committee To Formulate Plans 10000. have been
Wall station and 11
will be the scene ,of to- circuitous route through Georgia. I completed. clearing: j is In. .tlrOIl'l'PfII___ _for__ '" I
POlitical rally which la ex- passed it, the counties would have For Recreation Center At Camp BlandingHarold All regular routes were blocked One story block house corner,'i others, I n c I uding the dry as "black' -- -- ei
to gotten much additional revenue Call & Wrntmorland( C. A. D riggers .and". Is a source of ti:1
one of the largest by the swollen Suwsnnee River.On j :
of any meeting to date. from the race track wouldn't fund,have and I C.Vall, Mayor of'I, the Reservation and the opening Saturday Doyle spoke for $5,000.New.: mill.When the peak of construction dioxide a* the valuable to manufacturers ,
Bradford County whitest
'ilbronn> school house will\ Colonel In the at Blanding and discussed the is reached two or three paint
had to worry where the'money Starke and Lt. I i English\ from a sound truck provided pigment base known. Paint
prs wecca I of all polltlcal-mlnd- was coming from to build Its new Florida National Guard, has been control of hunting and fishing on by English/; headquarters. In I If Members Have months from now some 150 made with a titanium base U said 7} 4

Jubtless In that area, and many Jail. \ named by the .State Armory,:of clubs and beaches for uaa' of f Perry, Foley Mayo. .Mon tlcello Rotary Program men will be employed, the to be far auprlor to that made 5 ,
attend the rally\ I
superintendent stated. Workon with
and Crass City. the mofe '
counterchargedthat the National Guard personnel. commonly known I
committee -
Andrews of
(ther a
sections of the county.rst Rep.!! Board as chairman I Sunday morning Doyle was car-I New members held the spotlight the dry mill, which will havea white lead I
If there was any "tampering" "No definite rules! and regulations -
T30.as candidate. goes on the with the race track funds to formulate plans for the use I ned from Mayo by car as far aa I at the Rotary Club meeting WedI steel structure, will not begin
; : a recreation governing hunting and fishIng traffic could to the for two months The *
Blanding as automobile yet buildingsnow
of Camp go
lose it I '> ,
I the small counties might ; nesday wfcen each one was Intro- The
announced that the 4-H center, It was announced thlsiwevlK. have yet-been: adopted Col. flooded bank of the Suwannee dueeci by bl.. anti then... under way will be of cement OFFICE CAT
'"ys and Girl and the Home all. Wall smfil tato w..svTn.. rvgvIatf m"...;, FlOaT the Lafayvtt County I' ponaor btocfc'" con tnjctlom.
Hampton N.** Tawwtori Th* till. to CfM' 32J50O ,,, gainbrief acaaunt of bow hat
Stratton Cab'Will I, Id. .he' wa* carrtodl by smalt A 29-mcft suctton-typ dredge/ Says H?
b* at
will a
The rally next Ttwatfay night ,, goveTtrawnt-owiwr'. land"" reverted nw pnMtohed expected to apply the principalsof I
old drink and fowl fcanws. i of boat until the water was shallow will be used to mine the ilmenite-
( April 20 will be held in the I Board later date, and they will be In Rotary to his business and _I
hot dogs, etc.) and pro- to the State Armory enough tq wade out on the sub bearing sand ore Mr. Bastedo
house and the < life.RecenUy.
school dally
will be used for the bane Hampton at 7 on April 1.According. line with instructions given by.the merged highway (If the Suwannee stated. This dredge, capable of
|the school and home demIon public Is invited to come get-together. to Armory Board Florida Military Department" he County side of the new bridge at i Inducted members tak- drrdglng 1.000 tons of sand an t:4
m. for a community He waded ing part on the program were Jim the
projects. The public Rec- said. Stanford. through. hour. will be brought In from "LL3
and cold drinks will the Camp Blanding
ged to "come for determine the water that was more but the hull 1 constructed
to type
t while you \listen". supper be served by the Home Demonstration reation Committee, headed byCol. In order deep In places. /ger, A. D. Martin, S. L. Peek, on the job. -4
will desired the Na-
and proceeds facilities by
Attendance Good Club, Wall Is to "work out plans of From the Branford side of the and Ralph Alvarez. The Humphreys Corp.. which

date faced large crowds go to community projects. the for the utilization of the (Camp tional Guard units the Committee i bridge he waded down the railroad Two more new members Al Kay will operate the mine for the E. I. Pity. the plight of tile unfortunate '
River last Friday night Brooker will be the scene of Blanding) Reservation for recreation on Recreation will hold a meeting I track until he was able to Carlisle and Arch Thomas, Jr., duPont de Nemours Co., of Wilmington. fellow( who want to run for

Craham Tuesday night. rally Friday n1ght.-April 23. and making these facil- at Blanding on May 2. An enlisted catch another boat Into town. were welcomed Into the club at Del., hopes to be producing office but 'who can't: because his

aJ, Chief Interest centered The final' week of the campaign at ities available to members of the man of each Guard unit, of which Doyle say that It was an experience this meeting and were presentedtheir \ finished llmenlte by the name won't rhyme with anything./

we batUe of word be- will be climaxed by rallies Florida National Guard.* there are about 23, will attend to never to be forgotten. pin by President J. H. Uu- first of 1940. And by the wmy" tomorrow'
the Lawtey on Tuesday night. April Committee met recently submit their Ideas. road and Pre. known the last
candidate for State the final event In Starke, The ; Crop cjpmage damage This mineral commonly) day for registration! '.'
r. Senator John stated 27 t .
April 30.

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PAGE TWOBradford .
lawn and enjoyed birthday cake,! at Bradford High School Jut yards to a farm of Mrs. Quincy; la M""" i mi
!ce cream and cookies. Tuesday. Roster's, formerly the old home I RE-ELECT J. &
County Telegraph Hampton Eugene Gilmore, Railroad Tower of the J. S. Hosiers.
Mrs. W. H. Maxwell assisted
has moved his
for hU Aaron
ESTABLISHED IB77 E.: L MATTHEW OWNKH-EDITO/" By Mr*. M. C. Sweeney Mrs. Alderman in entertainingand home operator In ,North left Monday Carolina, after be- family to the place Just vacatedby Constable For Bradford County

serving the young folks. two the Harveys the farm belonging -
1 FridayMatter and Entered.4 i I. ing on duty here for the past YOUR VOTE &: SUPPORT
j ibllebed Every Kirkland
Lies at the HEARTWARMING EVENT Among those attending; Homecoming of Mn. B. Y. Saxon regret The Claude Morgans left the APPRECIATED))

Old friends and former members Services aj the Baptist to hear that she Is confinedto old Morgan homestead Saturday; (Paid Pol. Adv.)
MEMBER _1948 of the Baptist Church of Hampton Church Sunday were the follow her bed, and has been quite to live nearer Starke In a houseon

el.l For Six Month- from throughout the state, ing: III, and hope to hear of an early road 48 belonging to Rodman
gBbnoriptloa 92 Annually gathered !in a great HomecomingRally Mrs M. H. Robert, Billy Roberts I Improvement. Underhill

S on Sunday, when ten )Ill'. and Mrs. I. B. Roberts Mrs Eliza Hall of Starke spent
twenty and< IT HAPPENED IN STARKE fell quickly away as hands hauser. Mrs. W. L. Summers Mrs. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. Begin SoonA R. B. Alvarez &
Last week a baby was born within three miles of Starke were! clasped and friendships were O. J. Lelte. Misses Betty and M. Williams. Jj,
renewed. Ethel Mile Durllntr.. Hare': Brown In
unlike the birth of the great Redeemer Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Denmark and program of testing cows
hl circumstances not During the morning service, W Madge Cay and O. W. Hicks all visiting this county for<< Bang's disease
of Starke were
t hundred ago. In an abandoned shack on bare A. Scott, Pastor, announced the of Mr. and Mrs. young
2 jimetei'n years Jacksonville; relatives here Sunday. will begin on May 3, and all Transfer & Storage
mattrf and blankets, without benefit of either midwife or new Church Building Plan and .Tackson Morrow and children. Mrs. J. W. Horne and Miss farmers interested Ire asked to ea
the of There I nearly CO percent of the proposed I Lakeland: Mrs. Inzle: Morrow. in notify the County Agent's office .
light Horne shopping
doctor, tHa baby first saw day. was no Martha were *
fund was raised Immediately, in : Plant Cltv; Mr. and Mrs. Purvis to the number of cattle they Phone 9105
Gainesville Thursday.The as
for hospital care and the physician was summonedtoo :1 Moving and
money! cash and pledges.A Hazen and children Ocala: Mr. Young Peoples Choir which desire to have tested.!' This ser-
late. The baby could have had even a humbler birth, bountiful dinner was servedon and Mrs. T. K. Duncan and children has been meetlr.g on Friday nightsfor vice Is without charge and will We
since the family WM going to pitch a tent but "decided to the church grounds, follow- Mr. and Mr. R. L. Rlrt the past several weeks at the be conducted by Dr.. S. D. Culverof Operate Local and Laar
while could." ing which there was a beautiful Billy Blrt, Ann Thomas. James home of Mr. and Mrs Luther the Bureau of Animal Indus tance Anywhere In The nth
get the house testimonial meeting with greet- Pickren. all of Gainesville; Mrs entertained!' last Florida.,
The man and his wife (she is only about 29)) were origin ings extended by visiting' friends M. L. Mavnard.<< Mrs. W. B. Alex- week Watterson at the home was of Mr. and Mrs.
ally from Utah they had already lost their only other and old time hymns sung, with .").del' MHs Wilma Alexander.Mrs. !' Lynn Hall. Also hauling Anywhere In Starke City
child because of pneumonia. They picked berries in Plant Mrs. D. J. Lelte. talented Jack- D. W. Moore, Rev. L. O.I try.CARPENTER'S ]t'

City and came to Bradford County to continue work. The sonville pianist, as the accom I Hemingway. Mr and Mrs. Guy .
_ } niotheriras! in the fields the day before the child was born. panist. Interesting highlight of 'Andrews, F. A. Scott, Mr. and
the occasion brief address Mrs J. T. Miss N. Wal-
baby clothes was a QulKlev.
She had two dresses no no bedding. EvergreenBy
,given by Mrs. M. L Maynard of lace, Miss Edna Noe el. Leonard
Some of these deplorable conditions were remedied im- Alachua and Starke. Mrs. May- Nbcgel Mrs. Fender and children.
m-:diately by generous ladies under the guidance and pleadin nard, 91 years of age, was the Mrs. B. M. McRae. Mrs. Wesley Mrs. J. D. O.verstreet s BICYCLE SHOE
;r. of :Mrs.: Ruth Morse, head of the local Red Cross chapter. only charter member" of the McRae. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. *
But that is not all that Red Cross has done in Bradford church present, and also recalledthe Barksdale, all of Starke: Mr. and REPAIRING REP
County.( There is: the couple living near the city limits on dedication of the present Mrs. W A. Durdpn and children. Mrs. W. E. Clubb of Tampa- ar-
46 dollars a month. The woman has cancer and somehow i ift church building some 56 years Miss Alma Grlffla. Keystone rived last Friday night! for a visit
has become the duty of Red Cross to transport her to l'ago. Heights; Miss Hazel Phillips Earl with her, parents the J. Shipman We Make Keys
Gainesville for State Welfare treatment. In the meanwhile, I A Scripture and song program Norman and Walter S., Sibley, Sappa. She returned home Sun-

the local chapter furnishes food to keep her from starvingto "The Story of Jesus", rendered by Theresaa. ; Pfc David Brown, Orlando day Mrs.night.Sallie Blackwelder after a 0----- - -. --
the young peoples choir, was presented i.
death before she is cured .
lengthy with relatives In
In the stay
closing SPORTING
And there Is the story of the young child from an impoverished Inspirational and eventful Mr. and Mrs. C. L. May and Tampa came home Sunday after- J GOODS.0
day. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kammerer ...
family, suffering from a serious contagious di.s- noon. -- --
case. Told that she must be hospitalized, the family appealedto SHOWER FOR MRS. JOHNS enjoyed a delightful sightseeingtrip Another case of Big Jaw among PRESCRIPTION
child Honoring Mrs. Irene Johns, who to DeLeon Springs Bunnell us-little Wanda Sullivan has
the local Red Cross. The was immediately admitted :
but it was too late recently lost her home by fire, a San Mateo and Daytona Beachon mumps. She's coming: through I Biggs & Baker)
lovely miscellaneous shower was Wednesday of last week. Wednesday splendidly as did the other chil- I
These conditions are here and now and happening every given In the Christian Church, on night, they were supper dren who had It. 64 STARKE
clay. But sometimes it seems to take a disaster to wake Thursday of taut week. Hostesses meats of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. A lot of moving around In our ()n-the.Minit Servict J 105 W. CALL ST. STARKE,I
folks up. were Mrs. Lois Greene, Mrs. Bessie May. neighborhood the Dewy Har- t
The annual Red Cross fund drive was officially sched- Halek, and Mrs. Evelyn Perry. Mrs Inzle Morrow, of Plant veys have moved a few hundred I -----,_._,- I
lied to close on March :31. But the $1,733, raised to date is a Following the presentation of City, Is spending this week with
-Jir cry from the $8,780 that was asked for. And the fact the many household gifts a sand- her sister Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth '
that last year's drive netted only $2,200 when $4,000 was wich course, with frosted cupcakes and brother, M. M. Matchett and
Bradford and iced tea/ were served Shelley Matchett. meric Most'Beaui1tul-Most AdVltnc
asked is nothing that County can brag about.In 3 d4.4alWt
the RiifstH. At present, Mr, and Mm. Maude Varnn and grandchildren -
Bradford Red Cross
spent Mrs. Johns are occupying the par I Peggy Roddy and Linda
$14OCO right here amongst us. In 1047 we gave Rod f:rocs: sonage of the Christian Church. 2h'Id.t! moved last Saturday to '.

$2,200. In other words, the local organization furnished( .,11:. TRAINING UNION IMKTY Palatka, where Mr Varnes and .
Mrs. llcd.sla
food, clothing, and shelter that we did not pay for. It lent The Juniors of the Hampton Mia, Madge Childs Gay arc of Jacksonville employed. <<1
money a.J 1 "e money!! It look care of people whose condition Training Union with thpJ'! teacher WM the weekend guest of the M.
Would' h'1v< sSnrked us had they knocked on the door TTis.V.. A. Scott, enjoyed a I It, "atterson family. ; "
I for aid. It would lie Imd if n-o had a creit: disaster. It's Weiner roast on the church James Pickren of Gainesville f ? '
worse to have our neighbors! in such need. :i: grounds last Friday night. Out- has been a recent guest of Emory /
door games were played" and later
Tt might; be futile: to point out that the County is,"corn4 singing was enjoyed by the girls L, Brown. WASHER .
4 ins up 'ihore" in it< contributions. It might be futile to try and boys. Mr. and Mrs. Leaston A. Wynn,
another apt>al. I Hut an envelope! with n contribution addressed l\fril. T. J. Alderman Mrs. Veina
HIM AUKKM Young and Mrs., C. L. Cooper attended -
to Red Cross: Starke might do more good than you
canning demonstration a
know. I
I __
Dill Alderman. nine-year-old
Who knows it might even give a baby the chance to son of Mr. and Mrs. T.,J:Alder. Provos.FAST RELIEF for '
have a doctor around when he makes his official man, was the honoree- an attractive x, W' Here it is the Washer you have been!
to this sometimes negligent,, world. entrance I party Saturday afternoon" PAIN MISERIES
1 1a at the home of ra'
his,. parents,celebrating
-.1'. t his blrthda yannlversary. :.of Rheumatism. Ntunlfii, lumbago. waiting for.the.; G. E. Now //or the first

s1 OY oEF sEavicE Phone 52JJ 1 Amusing gales were played'and t Sore, Stiff Museln! .. *". J" .1 L 1.,; jfJ' '. ..
.st. Mrs.Hartmann after!' opening his gifts, the young JUST rub.rcfrfthing. ,.n.,'. Neil.ra-balm' on t time at your G.E. franchised dealer! !
he .
loll Instanrly chint muscles
epos *:
FOllOW TNI TOOK I host and,, his friends gathered in r.In the pain ...... L'.. NIt'start aA. od '
about the .table, placed on the BALM in gel labhmg' -lauina.hefrom.
the .. .FS aJylfl ,,,
1 i : wi '""' Years: and millions of dollars spent buikLng; I it

Thousands: of women consulted by C.E.

STUDY REFRESHED pin p engineers. Offered only. after everything

''Ir want has been included. Prove to yoursef!

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I that the new C.E. All-Automatic washer

Af VOTE WORK FOR 1\ ar' .

f HAVE A COCA-COLA xlBernarr ALL FLORIDA Macfadden ,, r: .. is the most complete you can get. Don't buy say

t -Pro re.. mid Prosperity Program automatic washer until! you have visited your,:, C. E.Ii"vhisod .
....... ,
I, dealer and seen the new G. E.

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I .a] ?3 CLEANER! ."
? : t Bosket spins al high speed never Famous 0 E. act.valor. gIV.fp', '. y;;' Can be moved onvwherfc

before I reached '!n a home was h or. Most pieces. action washing. Constant filtered water cir.culation ,, Does' rot have to be bol.l..J

actually' dry removes dirt and lint from washerbosket. J.. ,4
i enough lo Iron. Ones cloth. drier .;. down Equipped .with block toe boor
No pulling' or ( ,
angling Gentle '
than any automatic washer known a withdelicate ; '
f fabric e that foot on floor.
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>air To The OMIT'S QUIET" (]0)" $[ "IT'S TOP-LOADING" ; <' I:!l
M { ;; ..{""AND COMPLETELY ;
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FLORIDA RAILROADand Runs by the famous silent C E. medianism. : I You f<) PROTECTED BY G.EI" \ : can actually op.n the lop a
; Mounted on im stoolprings and f f 1 with washer In operation! You J Imagine, .! A washer with,
\', can t i I I .I In Rocked by the
gripped by vibration. damp.ners. Operates completely waled I unit.
UTILITIES. (i top It at any place during washing mast complete protection, plan .a."ilable

I / COMMISSIONRichard smoothly. you'll (lordly know It Is running "d) Hart It any place). the ramoui O E. 5-YEAR PROTECTION

.1 PLAN.

member of this
important .
f. ''J '1, ..
state commission is workingfor > .:",:: ): ':" ",:::. .

better train, bus, _telephone /? \ I C

and telegraph service UIiJIi.
.THE &
for you. He is Florida born HEAIEftA : .

veteran. Is back of G.E Water
to your G.L deafer ask to lee the *"" you go -
of Florida new and
graduate dependable>' ft*
Water Heaters
Ask Jar it either way. both and practical businessman. hot water worr. forever.r that end I

trademarks mean the same thing. I If you want better ,

government, vote for . -

May 4.


I, 0".'.Ike Coca-Cola. '. C..pa.yx <(<.'... Pol. Adv.) 199

.. Corner Temple Avenue & pratt street


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Almost everyone Is compla.lntng I Ior the home of Seber Moody one of iRdJoinlng communittes who Robe-rt Myrick and baby. and Mrs.SURle Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae otStarke t Mr. and Mrs. Blsbop 10fyrick RULED PRACI'ICE P.\.MK.

downright Irlplng about them. I day last week and fell when her atte-uded. There was an exclUng"pa.rcel Myrick of Lake Geneva and are mo"ln back to tbl. have moved back. to their home %" fol' aehool ehlld ... 7Jc: I

River Anybody got any ole cOon dogs 7 I toot caught under a root. She post sale'. that created J, R. Beck of Starke.Mr. community this week. We wUl at Lake Geneva with his mother, ream-Bradford COD n *7 T..... 0 t't'hi t
Come on over we're Inviting was badly hurt, .everal of her interest for the buyers of the aurpr1lle and Mrs. J. E. Murrhee and welcome them home. Mrs. Susie MyrIck. ..' '' :'I'graph. ,'

OSG BRIDGE everyone Interested.Mr. tE'eth being driven back and putout packages and netted the son, of Hilliard. attended church __ i, t.CH t.
Ie lAoe LazeabY .. Pledger of place. She Is much better Club a nice profit. Punch and at Pine Level Sunday and were
Johns and Ron. now. and her maternal grandmother cookies were s'rved.snOWEI guests of Mrs. Murrh'e's parents. :
Charley, went to
CTS:0 last High Springs Mrs. Minnie Cranger, Is the Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall.Mr. EVR9LET 1 1Tr
rOI.E one day week for tobacco
I) visiting with her.Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick an(1parents.
,\:\D COONS planb. Mrs. M. W. Barton and l\lr.. 'V.A. .
and Mrs. Lonla Sapp Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Mc- .
nfounded audon't Dick Carroll and lon, Dickie Kirkland were hoste8t1es last .
depoPulat-1 and children of Raiford were visIting Rae, attended the revival me't.Ing cks
start of 'Jacksonville came Tuesday att'rnoon bonorln Mrs. ,
r Sunday for Mrs. SI\Pp's brother-in-law at Shiloh naptlst Church near -
all be on starvation Mrsw Carroll'. lister, Geraldine ElsIe Young with a stork .hower. :11
II Green Cove :
woods.These'' and 81ster, Mr. and Mrs. MarlonMoody. Sprtnlts Friday night.
Kirkland home the scene
the to see an iu was
of eye Ipeciallst. Jacksonville Sunday.Mr. The Rev. Gl'orge Hodges of Beaver
e eating up ,every- Monday. of this party and It wa. decorated Street Baptist Church, Jacksonville .I
the only trucks with all these extra-
and peal and Mrs. Jne ;r.loorelandof attractlve-Iy with artistic anangements -
peanuts Dotty ..Anderson, conducted the meeting. '
shells.' polson. d Jacksonville WE're among the ot sw'et peas and fOlIes.
un seem to worry them daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Mea'dows out of town visitors at the poHUl'al : Guests enjoying this courtesy value features 0' productlo leadershl..... :

ey just eat right on. Anderson, was playing at Ipeaklng Friday night.Mrs. Included close friends of the honoree \t :

Oscar Crosby and chlldrl'n an<1 their gifts w're lovely. VOTE FORCLARENCE
I visited her parents. Mr. and Following .everal Intl'restlng contests. THI "CAB THAT UIATHU. Ind"dl,., '''.1., ,re t ..w HEAVY.DUTY

VOTE FOR IW Mrs. J. J... Johns. Sunday.Mr. the hostesses served refreshments. Only A.tv.r-.Dtoolgn trueketie\ OIIb th.t ..bt.1. '."',,res ",,,,0II1r Adv".D.s fr1JcieI."
A.ROBERTS. ,...h .'_h....... In ootd __ dr._ ''n .nd ...... II" f ,
.... and Mrs. Roml'Y Johns ofJacksonvUle ..... .
'I. .1, ,.t_ ou'. Entlnollnew. ch..r4dewlo. !
S ( 1 X were visiting her 1fr. and MI'II. J. A. Bouvier. Mrs.M. \ ....''Ica'r' 4-ID l'fNCMao.,,_ "

( WALT i uU&CY--: mothl'r... Aunt t'll Johns. Sun.M. E. Grtner, Mrs. J. L. Williams 'UXI-MOUNTID CAB '.ANIM.pnlVlde.-. ;I
.. V. E. (Missy) Sa.pP. Mrs.J. In'JackllOnvllle ,. _.q.atJ"--, "
and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell were Ch""ot'l Ad.DooIgn OIIb moun'''' IIn 'ubbe .
FOR L. Johns' mother, has be'n IIItor and enJoyed'' au.hlo""d .galn,''o. .hoc ..'or.lon .nd "'buillont bllllY ''n lleavy-duy model. ;
Friday "
,, .I..",,,,... .... QINII' """"""ng' r
two weeks. Mrs. Jay Moody the picture show, "The Dlahop'sWife" ..lrt..IIIellmln.ted.. ,_ 1IhIftI... ,
TAX COLLECTOR Is also on the sick list. prono.... ..,..... ...... aofetj.nd .he <
Mrll. Mary Callon was able to'atten..I '' Mrs Harry Tyson and daughtE'rsof .. m.'nt.of' IIMfIInd__ :

lion est Capable Efficient the political raUy at the' Perrine are Visiting Mr. and on grad..t' f
school house Ia. t Frldav nlfht.Mrs. .
Teacher Realtor Farmer Gl'orge Grel'n cf Lake! Mr.. R. H. TyRon. Mr. TyRon ac' Chewol.... n_ II'UNID UA.AXI..
, World War Veteran' companied hla witI' and Ilaughterllto IHA" AnACHIII..' 10 .hoe'' h..b. .I j j.Umln. '
City apent Sunday att'rnoon the Farm and vlsltt'd his parents .... braakage .nd lonMnlno >,
with her Mrs. SeeberMondy. I
& sister. before continuing ona pooolbl.with bolMype .lIachment_
Solicits Your Vote Support l\lay 4th brIefly t
I business trip to Carolina.II. I __ gtMter .trength .nd d......
little and says he plowed an oliI red mule, but he'll P! Wayne Hazt'n of Jac-ksonvil1e bolillIn lleavy "", "ngl '
was vldtlnl{ his J\1'andparents\ G. Davis, J. and I
Mr. an.1 Mrs. G. W. Andrews, Mr Garland Godwin amI Jimmie f
SundRY.F.'lwln.. C"rodwlr. were here with theIr .. Iuch,
Jlttle11'1rl111 resppctive parents last wpek for Un/-Built/ for un/fomlty/ durability -
Mlkl", OBt. and I
of the University and lOT .
the Sprln vacation economy.
1'1 flh'Pl'a rd. an of GalnE'Avtll -
of Jo'lorld3.Mrs. model. on 8 wh..lba.....
('. w'rA vlRltlnl{ their parents.Mr. : I Inc d.1 An-round cob ,,1.1blll'y "
anll Mrs. T. If. flheppard last J.V.. Wl1Ilams an<1 flons. with r.a-corn., win.dow. .

week'nd.Mr. Pat and Kenny. of 'Mnntjtoml'ry.Aln. ; FOIti .. Unlw.ld, oU..1
9n.! Mrs. Ituhnl't Priest and .. arrlve.1 Sund:1Y: ta'Islt Mr.anf cob constructIon Sup.tr.ngth .,-

little dauJlhtl'r, Lnrraine were Mrs. 'V. O.o l1grllnt. from.. Sp.clolly "
flnndBY guests Qf lIIrs. Nona 1\rr. and Mrs. J. G. ('ahlwell anll i State Senator d.slgned bak.. Hydrovac :,
I I ... .' ,
Prlel AndrpwlI Is drlvln 'a Caldwell In Ocala Saturday.I I ,prlngl lall.b.arlng sl..rIng "
brand new Chevrolet truck these I WId. bose ,." ..1. .'
Sellers, Patricia .
Mrs. C. D. .
II ,.'
I Standard cab-to-ax''. lenglh
days. I Willard. Mr. anll Mrs. r. S. Crews WIIAT liE STANnS FOH:
Joe L. Dowllnlt of Live Oak and Spencer Crews w're In Au.burndale dlm.nllons 12-col: t and jfIwo.tane I,
r. 1\101''' OM All'.I"tanl'e options
water last .
braved the hlJlh last week because of "

wE'ek'nd and visited his mother.Mrs. the serious 1l1neas of Mrs. Emma ''I. 1110" Farm to l1..rlU'tCoati" \. ."....01.-............1.......,._ !
Rhoda DowllnA'. They vlslte(1 Rivera. mother of Mrs. Crpws andM..s. } ."d. ....P OftO.. f fADVANCI.

trlenrls and rell\1tlves In Jacksonville. Sellers. Friends re-gl'et that I lSlflN NIW IM'ROVED NEW .OOT-O'IIIAnD I"OIARSHn

The Lazenbys a.ccompan- It was necessary tor Mrs. RiverA I CONTROL VALVI-IN-HIAD INGINI 'AIIKING IIIAKI '

leI them.Mr. to be In a Lakeland hospital and : If .."'C'tl-d. C'la"RI'e! Rolwrt" will Thl. n... .'....'Ing column Chevrolo"" po..rful. truck Providing n.... 01..' ,. "
and Mrs. Harold Shlvt'rhlve for & rapid recovery.Mrs. ....eojtn1.re n 0 bord.'r IIn.. ...... I It".n 'rurk go..hllt In .11 mo"ol. .ngln.. ,he _,Id'.mo.'__ "oor .... .nd gr..t.., 4 ,
moved to Jacksonville. ""'" 3-d tr.n..I..lon. nomlr.' for It. "".. I. now .r.lY.nd emol.noy .n
the 1-Iar-1 n. r. Gainey of BI'ooker our UratUord and VAlli" pro.I....n.w rl... ...e .nd more dur.blnlOr. .me.enl n'od.l. with ;I-opo.d I.
LOOK YOUR BEST old !s employed with came Sunday to spenll this week ('ountl.... condnlenc.. opor.Unu I t.n..nloolon. .
to bethf'ra
Electric Co. an.1 expects
I with her son-In-law and daughter"Mr. I .
THE ECONOMY WAY about Ida. },two fprrltt years.MIJS Is on nursing and Mrs. R. W. Brannen. I II Lowest-Priced Trucks in the Volume field !

I I Mrs. W. W. Mccrary, Mr. and '. I..
in Lake City.I \ "ot. lor ('laf1'n< Rob.'rb.

1'. we make your old clothes look and feel like duty] rs. Seeber MondV visited her Mrs.Michael J, ,H.Billy McCrary McCrary and their and Mils, : i"I \"te for lII'ttl'r State Oll\'rn- TOR ODE CHEVROLET CO.
Mrs. J. J. 'Vester, m'lt. '
For our cleaning: process m a k e 8 colors R'randmothpr. Elsie Hyatt were guests of .,tr. .
Westel' ,
Mrs. -
"Ie and restores the look of newness to your !n Lake Buller Sunday. 1I0me'time. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher. Jr., on ((1'.Id 1',1. All v.) 1'I

fns. Jt.s the thrifty way to a new ward- who ha'4' bepn III for,well. I IMrs. Saturday and Sunday. AdlllUonalguestl STARKE, FL :I
was not feeling too of Mr. and Mrs. Fancher L _. ._ .
Call -
us today. R. J. Turn'r and Ilaughtet' -
were J. T. Wilson and his mthl'r.Mrs. .
!!. Mn. Arthur Wilbur and Mrs.
rearl Adams. All of thesl'
Alvin Intf', are all II'rt'atly Improved. from Jacksonville.Mr. .
visitors were
Turnt'l' and Mrs. Kite
PHONE 135 Mrs. of
anll 1\Irs. Charlt's Snyder
at the political speaking onFrldav
were weekend -
the past
Temple Jacksonville spent
night. Mrs. Wilbur Is able
with Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Engram. -
to w lk now. At preRent IIhe isvlAltlnjP
315 .
; Mr. Wllbur's brothl'r and

Ave.STARKE sister-In-law. ,Mrk andMrs., Bruce ..; .
Wilbur. n'ar Provldpnce.
Alvin Wynn 'pent a tew days Pine Level
with R. J. Turnl'rs 18IIt week.Mrl .

FLA. !. Nona Priest anl daughter. lIy 1\I1'M. II. 1\1. 1lcRae"e

l\fn. n. Alvarp!!. or Atarke, .
shopped in Gainesville Monday.
\ Jiad It IBrlte conltr'galiBn tP'ne

l..evt'l Baptist Churc'h Sunday ,
Mmtn and evenln with thrreC'tndJdateli ".

S tat e Far Ii; tor baptism jilt the ;

ARLING'SGROCERY evening sprvict'. i
T ny 3lrs. r'an Whltrl..1,' The Rf'v. artd lIfr'l.V; F.. IT'll! ."

Wl're visiting relaUvea In Georgia \p.!

IBJlt week.Ve ,
& MARKET nRIOGF. {"XII l\nF.TISO: \ are 1\111.1\ to "1"1' MrA. V. A.Prownlng APPLIANCES ''Jee
atternBon of last
Wednesday HOrpO'Nr
cut again attE'r being of 1948
wepk MI'!'. l\f. E ,Griner entertalned th e S".. Hr PARADE
Ill. S ;, :,
ECI.\LS }'riday & Saturday April 16. 17OCA the State Farm Bridge Club Mr... OWt'n McRae aRlI MI's. Shl _
at df'asert-bridge at bel' home.
Smith of Starke WE're vhflUnltMrs.
Sweet peal. rosps and Itkel<11\ ., McRae's parpntl!. Mr. an TION: CORNER CALL &: CHERRY STS. were used In decorating. Refreshments N. A. Conner. at Midway WINKLER'S :
cnnslsted of chiffon pie
Monday. We were sorry to learn
Mrs.. L. F.
-- cotfee. Chapman
-- with
tho t Mrll. Conner Is 111.Mrll. J ; \
an<1 Mrs. II. J. Kucera won first chl1dr'n, 'j
Large A. :I: Fenrlpr and
and second contract prizes respectively and Id- l ,//o'
McRae Ron.
Mrs. Wesley r oj "
and each received a pottery M. McRae and '1 .!i''
win, andMrs.
Z OXYDOL 34c vaRe. A plastic Ice bBx dish was Ihulfhter. GwendC'lvn. attended ,J.:.> 1

or the blnro prl7e awa.rded to Mrs.H. hompc.omlng day at the lIamptonDal'tlst ,.I .I 'j'u,

M. Rlcharde.n.RX
afternBon. -
Church: IMt Sunday 1

Each The barn D.\NCE dance. Rponsorpd by The. H. M. McRaes had .'1 (lln.n"r Come In today! Look oYer Hotpoint's ,;\I

Sunday the-Ir chllclren.MI' brilliolnt matched appliances i
the Community Club last Thursday IUl'sts
evening. afforded hours of, end Mrs. J. 'V. McRAe and -0111 with amazing new poscwar Cea. ;

entertainment for the large number -I chlM ren. Mr. and MrA. B. M. .Mc- rore.. Learn how you can searr your :/
ardines OC ot residents of the Farm an.1. Rae and children,' Mr. an.1 Mra. modern all-electric kitchen and lolUI1" I AHo'pon' '

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Wuh.n, flalrlaf. Ironen. Rue.&') JruQoo j
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41 Chev. 2 Dr.-U & II CONVENIENT TERMS .:j

,II Ply. Conv. Clb. Cpe Clean 109:; LIBERAL TRADE-INS \: (

l White lb.ACON 41 f'ord 2 Dr. mack Good Car 99:> 1.i. !

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40 Ply. 2 Dr. Good ConfJltion ,- 81:; :'.,

39 Mercury 2 Dr. Good Car 793 I, .,

39 Chev. 2 Dr. 100 pt. Ueconditloned 69:; t"" 1 1I

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ed Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, chairman of, delicious refreshments were served Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns F. C.
and CLUBS Baptist WMS NoticeThe Spring Musicale Music presented her sister-in-law, by the hostess.A had as their guests on Monday, Ing his son Hollingao,
. SOCIETY Baptist WMS will meet t: Enjoyed By MembersOf Mrs. W. L. Edwards and her niece variety of spring flowers were Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thurman of and family mss lite
Miss Fredrlka Edwards, of Jacksonville used to advantage in decoratingthe Atlanta few days thl5ITS ,
next Tuesday
In the church annex Woman's ClubThe
-- as participants in the annual Sullivan home for the occa-
Annual Silver Tea April 20, at 3:30: p. m. for -
Club Officers of the StarkeWoman's Spring Musicale. sion. w
the regular business and program April meeting
Guests At Luncheon In Service CenterIs meeting. Circle Three has. Club was held Wednesday Miss Edwards who Is president
Lovely AffairOne charge of the program. afternoon at 3:30: o'clock with of the Jacksonvllla Junior Friday On Radio ProgramMiss
Mrs. Junlun Smith entertainedat An executive board meeting Mrs. Juniun Smith, 1st Vice President Musicale played "Grilling" by THE PEOPLE'S OFRf
,, a lovely picnic supper Monday of the moat delightful affairs will be held at 3 o'clock and all presiding In the place of Mrs. Schumann and "Ballads In G Louise Stern, daughter of
evening at the L. A. Canova home of this season was the annual officers and circle chairmen are R. A. Green, president, who was Minor" by Chopin. Her playing, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stern of this
lr on Kingsley Lake honoring: the Sliver Tea held from 4 to 6 urged to be present.man out of town. particularly of the Chopin, was city, will be heard in a 15-minute
newly elected officers of the o'clock Thursday afternoon of last Mrs. I. N. Breazealle was elect- superb piano recital over radio station This Is 11011

Starke Woman's Club. week at the Service Center. The of the committee: in chargeof ed a delegate to the State Convention Mrs. Edwards accompanied by KFUO St. Louis Mo., April 23
( served on mantel, graced with a fan-shaped the refreshments; Mrs. Beasley,, in Orlando next month, her daughter, sang a group of at 3:45: p.m. eastern standard

h, the porch by Mrs. Smith prest- arrangement of pink gladioli with chairman of the decorating com and Mra. H. C. Rltch as an alter three songs, "In the Country", time.Miss .-u DICKERVffl
were made for silver candle holders at each end, Hero" from the .A ,
dent-el lect, plans mittee, and Mrs. Gahagan was in (Hayden), "My Stern is now a junior at
3p(' setting up committees and club and banked with palms, served as charge of the hospitality commit nate.Mrs.. T. B. Harding Mrs. Frazier Chocolate Soldier by Strauss and the St. Louis Institute of Music.
work for the coming year. a background for the receiving, Shaw, Mrs. James A. Griffin and "Think' On Me" by Scott. As an I x d ,
Guests were Mrs. W. R. Morse, inc. At one end of the room the' tee.The Mrs. Paul McLendon were-elected encore Mrs. Edwards gave the 'de WSCS NoticeThe ll
tea was sponsored by th
first vlce-preBldent; Mrs. L. A. [refreshment table was overlaid emembers of the cllub. Plans were lighted audience, "The Lord'sPrayer"
Canova, second vice-president; with an Imported cloth with cut. Women Auxiliary of St. Mark' made for selling food on election arranged by Melotte, a WSCS of the Methodist .Regards
work and Insets of point de Ven Episcopal church for the benefit end to this beautiful The !om
Mrs. O. L. Beasley, third vice- I day to help finance club projects. fitting pro- Church will have its regular
Mrs. Edward Burns, Ise lace centered with a silver of the organ fund. I II After the business was conclud- gram. I monthly business meeting and 'Y of
president I
; In
candlebra which burned tall
Mrs.\ Adkins is to be '
congratulated program at the church Monday &
fourth vice-president; Mrs. T. H. At each -
pink tapers. was upon her talented family and afternoon, April 19, at 3:30:
Osborne, secretary; Mrs. W. H. placed twin arrangements of pink also upon the fact that her four o'clock. ATfOGENERAl
Hart treasurer and Miss Lillian carnations, blue larkspur and pale / sisters attended the meeting to?
yellow atatice. Silver : gcc I '
Stump, president of the Junior compotes enjoy the music with'her. Miss June Patel has' Just returned
(holding pink and white mints and 1-
i Woman's Club. ,'salted nuts were flanked with I from a visit with Mrs. : I
Helen R. Marshall of
I other silver appointments and interlaced Baby Held
On her return, Mrs.
ZACII If. DOUGLAS with pink roses. I Wonder If summer i s reall' ;;y Scams the Adam Green and the At Sullivan HomeA companied her to APaJ8Chlcola.// -

ATTORNEY I Presiding at the sliver tea and with us or if it's just these pollt. Robert Green families had a pleasant with her parents, .
Phone' 51513S3 ,'coffee services at either end of leal rallies that have sent th,e surprise Sunday afternoon In large number of friends and B. B. Rowland. Mrl'l "As Attorney General I'would consider
the table Mrs. it
West Street were Lemuel Col- mercury zooming'upward in th,e the form of a phone call from neighbors met at the home of my
son and Mrs. O. L. Beanley. past few days? Whateve:r Sgt and Mrs R. W. Reese and Mrs. Mabel Sullivan on Tuesdayto to be always courteous and to render
J\CKSON\ILLE. FLA. Assisting In prompt
serving were Mlanes the reason,, It's hot I two daughters In Honolulu ,
so grues g. attend a baby shower in honor Arthritis PainFor
Ann Wilt, Betty Ann Flynn, Helen' friendly service to Florida
we might as well blame It or I Mrs. Reese will be remembered of her six weeks old ,grandson, every citizen Aat
Annette Gunter
and Joan
,-- .LL ----r : I' politics Looks like a lot ol r r here as Dot Green and she, with Fredric Michel Sullivan, son of quick delightfully::: comforting help for torney General door
Carpenter and will be
Mho pain of Hh un tUm Arthrltli, my
us will have a hard tlma trvinn_..,._,? her husband and children, plan too Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sullivan. NsurttUr,,Lumbigd.Bclttlca,or Neuralgia try open to all
ELECTL ( In the receiving line were :Mrs I to make up our mlnd--h;; t return to the States In October After a social hour and several ,. :.-Work through tbs blocd.FlAt doa* ers "
Mattle Gahagan, Mrs Edward uauallj Hurts alleviating pain ao you can
KO tonight, with two such 4-stai. parlor games the guests were Invited work anjoy Ufa and ile p mora comfortably.
Burns, and Mrs H C. Blown, attractions bidding for our interest to the oat Romin-l/ .. drugglaft' today. Quick, com-
assisted by Mrs. George Kopelou- dining room pl.t.utlarsctbnormons back guaranteed. Richard 1V, E p
the University of Florida assignment Who said the Red j
\ 8os, Mrs. Richard Kldd, Mra. Val- Glee Club at the USO and "the Cross, drive was over? Hear
rte Kldd Mrs. 3. (Paid for by friend of Dirk
A. Miller, Mrs. Erin:
that )
shlnllg! at Heilbronn Margaret (Mike) Walker
O. E. Miller Mrs. R. J. Davis, Springs Oh how I hate to stirred around two or three hours Electric Service & Supply
Assessor Mrs. Frank: PIckard, Mrs Joe make these tough decisions the other afternoon and collected
Hoover and Mra. Ben Roland. Little Guess I'll just flip a coin, and $100 some of it in territory
125 K. CALL
Kay Roland and Jane STARKE,
Brandt save brain-strain supposedly already covered i FLA. .
were In charge of the silver of-
Just goes to show that the
h fering plates at the door. Sums" that is there all money Electrical Contractors Flit
.4. Mr Richard Kldd I Callntreet flocked to right if a "go-getter" Spray & Spray Guns
was chair.GOOD -
the Suwannee River Sunday to goes after it The Red Cross Licensed
I marvel at the flood and see what' total now stands at $1,891.66 Electricians
I they have over that way we don't

have when Ruth Johnson .
our own Alligator one of the first
f. r Creek overflows its banks civilian employees at Camp Blan- MAYTAO NOROE -'AND UNIVERSAL
O Vin St. John and Blake Jackson ding, having started working thereIn MAJOR APPLIANCES PINT Get QUART
did the thing up right by getting
a bird's eye view via plane, and September 1940, wound up her ThU8
The Little 4I- understand they took some very duties last Friday Now there 25c Insects 45c

l.etterV 0 I'el That DC. good pictures of the waterscape I are only two employees left out \
scribes The 1<:. G. Duncan and the 'at Camp In the Surplus property I
Every Tasty Tidbit O. L. Beaileys were among those office Lavinia Johnson and Mr.
Sold by The LAPPS who took, Blizzard, and( their
1 in the sights In a more positions are
Y BAKERY conventional manner by auto, expected to terminate within a DDT Bomb Reduced to -11,1
r at far as they could go Judg week or so Ruth can justly
DONUTS ing from their report, folks say that she practically opened
PIES CAKES around this neck of the woods and closed the camp's 8-year ex ---===='==

r COOKIES Just haven't seen any water yet!I,istence, Nice on seeing the shores Mariam of Nussbaum Kingsley MOTH BALLS & FLAKE!

Birthday & Wedding Take' a tip from Carolyn and of Jax'vllle and mother, Sarah l
f don't be Jacobs of Miami, In town
[ DEAR VOTER Cakes Our Specialty surprised at anything you Tuesday
see today! Our dignified sen if only for a hurried "busi )
Will you kindly take the time LAPPEBAKERY' : iors will go back to their bubble- ness" trip Come again when DON'TFORGET

to read the following linen f gum and all-day sucker stage, you can stay longer .' .. MOTHER'S DAYS .

I would like to state< that 1 donning dungarees, blue jeans, YARDLEY MAT!
am a Candidate for re-tlfctlon I pinafores, ginghams, and pig-tails | If you Mere, HwU-nlng ,to;:.Ihe I..'

to the office of IAlIHe1l801' of J PHONE 18 for their annual Kid Day festivities "Patterns of Poetry" radio broad .:';:.'., a ". ..v. ..., "_.... p'aJtOYt; 4 I.
Taxes, the moot Important of- at Jacksonville Beach cast from Orlando the post three
[ flee In the County. Hear that two bus loads of our Sunday afternoons you would
; I would also like to state school loaders will leave here at have heard verses written by Nelle i.,s| GASSETT, TIlE OLD BLIND MAN Wants to

p that the duties of the of fire are ; 8:30: ( a. m. for the Beach picnic Nollman (Mrs. W., H.) ,. Her .ft measure and fit your windows with i Venetian Buy Your Mother's Day Cards "While' !
:' such that It will be Impo8Hlble B- grounds where they'll Indulge Inawlmmin' "Consistency" was read last Sunday 'm Hlinds. Our Blinds are standard and we will re-
pP 1 roller coaster tides and Is one of pair
for mo to travel my favorites damaged blinds.GASSETT .
over the County g The Selection
i and vlRlt with, shako the STARrfE FL-:. ItNun. 1 picnic lunch and supper expecting Both Mr. and Mrs. Nollman Is Complete
hands of all the Voter., and to be back In Starke by dark are members of the State Federa- I EXCHANGE STORE
solicit their old' and assistance / Mon. April 18 10 Principle and Mrs. Chas. Par- tion of Poetry Club Interested .I 208' E. CALL ST.
tin, Mrs.. STARKE, Flu"G'oI' \. ,.
Ellen Law and to hear that
i on May 4th.Therefore. THE of the parents will be on hand several as has just attractive pledged A.MaiInnBrown D. Pi .... H> '-r'--=,< ,,; "" .."" _""
at leisure, FOXES J.
jour chaperones at FSU I
won't you Just nit donn, shake Congratulations! [ Koch Star
this little piece of paper, and OF HARROW i! Glimpsed E. Denmark Steve Weldon (Jr.), J. Drug
Imagine that you are shakingthe BUI Colson and
hand of 1 Harrison, Maurren O'llara'11t01 i Sylvia Morse home last weekend Let Us Retain
a mighty hungry The
\ "Children's Village", ij LIABILITY INSURANCE for
and deserving candidate. their spring holidays from
Now, for Just a little short "Tills Is America" & 1 Although not compulsory It I.. Stetson Incidentally, hear
vl.lt. During the time that I J- Latent Would News much safer to carry Liability that J. E: made the Dean's List

'TI have been your AllllelJlOr.1 have T i's.Aprii20ONLYTim I Insurance. I represent only old again the second time he's attained New look FLIT. A)1.1
kept my Tax Record no accurately McCoy In line, reliable stock companies. this high honor since en- !
that no one nan ever Your business) will be appreci lolling there INSECT
The Westerner ated. Cil ST.
any trouble on account ol .
my errors.I Also "Do Or Die" 129V.. Call Street If you''" been admiring the OF YOUR CAR'SUPHOLSTERY
have tried to die'barge the & Latest World Nem Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph I lovely display of flowers and 1 SprayPint w>itiS
I duties of raxIII".SSOI' In a, Wed.. Phone lit; plants along side and in back of M
I courteous., fair, and impartial [1 Thurs.prll2f22 j Stump's Store you might like to
jmanneri DOUBLE FEATURE N. D. Wainwright: Jr. know a little of the history of FOR YEARS S

This Office la jour Office what Eva Stump (Mrs. F. F.)

not my Office. By jour vote SCAREDTO calls her "Friendship Garden" durable New Sun-Fast
on May 4th you are going to The posies are all derived from Plastic '
It employ someone to take charge DEATH IF YOU WANT plants presented to her by friends, fibres And Leathers 20c 15cI

e of and administer the duties of Beta LngoNl, Nat Ppndloton including Ada Alexander Mrs.
said office for another four And FRANCES LANOFORD In;" Claude Johns, Maude Yalta, Mrs. I
years.. W. E. Mlddleton. Janie Avery SEE FRIDAY & SATURDAY APRIL 16 17PARKAV

Upon my Record I earnestly BEAT THE Mrs, Bill Stern, Mrs. Lizzie Bryant ,
solicit your tot, and nut only Mrs. E. Lennon, Mrs. 0. W. 'I J

your vote, but jour active support With Gene Krupa & JfJ Alderman, Marjorie Thomson, [HAS G. SHEPHERDCOURT Colored OLEO Ib. -J I
Plus Latest World NewFrl. ; Etta Brownlee, Hannah Swlndoll, ,
i If elected, I asnure you a continuance Sat. A"pTll 23-" and Mrs. Moieley Makes quitea
of that same service DOUBLE FEATURE community garden for all to AND MADISON STREETS Ballard's
In the future an In the pout. a -r- : enjoy Mrs Stump has developed .
Thanking. you for taking the I: The DEVIL'S Into an avid gardener and, V'L.lL.lL.L: DuzorLargeOSizexydol FLOUR
time to nrad this message, andtrusting keeps the plot weeded and watered ..--
that you will give me Miss Olive Ray reports 35c 49c
A great big X on may 4th, and that she has just finished knit I -
too, wishing you a long, happy, I William Lloyd .y Yf.l o ting her 22nd article ((6 scarves HEAR
and prosperous life, I am, ..- And Tim McCoy In I and 16 sweaters) for the Red Swift's Best For All Purposes

Your mont sincerely' Lightning Carsor I Cross -- I DAN
McCARTY >Swiftning 3 lb. 1.U
F E. \V. !!AYES Soiry to hear Dr. Middleton can -

RIDES AGAINAlso I fell while climbing up a bank at
for Tax Assessor I.I Chapt. 4 "Black Widow" his fishing camp last weekend and I Big Juicy Nice DIg
I.. i broke .
a couple of ribs Tin
(Paid Pol. Adv. & Cartoon
) "Chip & Dale"
-po .._......, j''"''ytiiiiiiiiiimiiifflHBinmniimntniuiiiimtiigitriiiiH"iiitiii!' ''' ''''' ''!|. ',,,.ni'winnni'' .*. be hard for one so active to have Itl I o k LEMON.S. BANANAS ]
"strapped up" and take e; I
HONESTY easy for a while .' 1.. M. Gaines, t
CONCRETE BLOCKS READY MIXED CONCRETE I Ruby Johns. Nettie Tucker, Ernest 19c doz. 'J 9c lb.

SASH DOQRS PAINT HARDWAREMost EFFICIENCY and Pauline Phillips, and Bill and ?
AND AProgressive Dot Powell report excellent fish- ,1t
r Ing off Cedar Keys last Sunday dr i U. S. No. 1.lbs. .

Besides all their fish, ,
Man they 10
: 45cPig
,/, Everything ANNIS I Try Us each obtained a noble sunburn r e, t ta POTATOES

';. To For Those Vote (X) and Elect it's. .worth If you pausing have a to spare admire minute the,] .e .

BuildRepaln BUILDING SUPPLIES !Hard beautiful Amaryllis lilies now In
INC. GENE LONGFOR full bloom at the W. B. Mundyand Tails lb. .
To Get P. M.\ Barefoot homes ,
1036-l()45 W. Main St., South Also note how nice the Hercules 1
Or I Gainesville, Florida Items! YOUR lease office looks with its new Neck Bones_ lb. "

Remodel addition of S
L PHONE 217 Rolled lb. '
218 Tax Picnics
CollectorPaid ,
P. O. Box 62 Seems to be all f'or now So SPEAK IN :

r ( PoL Adv.) long See you in the next a STARKE Pork Roast, lb. .
VISIT -Carolyn. All Cuts
MEET AND EAT AT ROY'S IJ Fancy White Bacon, .1& -

Rest Gaud Room Food For- Soda Your-Convenience Fooataln I I ALVAREZ'- STORE Men's.Clothing lid 1 I 1',Ion., Apr. 19, 2:30pm I Grade "A"Beef Smoked Sausage. lb.

Established' 1894 )L Pig Feet 1
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FfSof LOCAL NEWS Mrs E. J. Dahmer and son, Mr. and Mrs. Lex Green and Mr. and \
John Christiansenhad
Frank I Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Norton of "Miss: Evelyn Stump spent the
and r
hl her
mother Mrs son, Michael
Eva Allen ? left Sunday for John as their guests the past ten Miss Myrtle Cason of Lake City South Gate, Calif., are the guests early part of the week with hr r'r
4 are taking an extensive Hopkins Hospital In Baltimore, days, Mrs. Chrtstensen'a 1I0n-ln- were visiting Patrolman and Mrs.I this month of Mrs. .
Duke and Mlaa Catharine Nollman trip Md. Sally Tlaon sister, Mr*. W. H. Thomson, Jr., \ 0
Glen and through the northwest where Michael Is law '
Mr* undergoingmedical and daughter and their children Hal Glllen and
family Sunday and Mrs Laura :
Moseley Starke "
and CraBby Dawkina and family at Monticello. : :
Gall visiting relatives
very Dea and were weekend In San Diego treatment.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Stevenson evening. and j.5
Peter, all of guests of MIna Nollman'i Calif and Seattle, Wash. their daughter, Mrs. Mary R. J. Davis attended the StateAudltora ; ;>
"" parents A. J. Dryden returned last daughter Gail and son Clifton Mrs. Gordon Harrington of Brown Missard in Tampa.Mr. .
spent the weekendf : Mr. and Mrs. W H. Noll- Mr. and Mrs. John Mixon and Friday from Avon Park where of Houston Texas. Mrs. Steve Hazt>lhurst. Ga., Convention at the Seminole \, i
was .
Mr. visiting her and Mrs. F. W. Varnadoe
f Duke's parents, man.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis were she was called because of the enson Is the former Edna Mae son and Mr. Hotel In Jacksonville Wed ;

1 1 J.W., Andrews at and Mrs. Paul Yopp of Sunday guests of Mrs. P. E. Illness of her mother, Mrs. J. R. Moseley. John Harrington family and Gary and Thomas Mrs and little daughter, Mary Lou of nesday' through Friday of last .. !

take.i. Atlanta, Ca. were Monday guests Stone and Miss Mayme Anderson Quinn. Mrs. Hogan Smith underwentan here Sunday. Palatka were Sunday guests of :

.oilman has returned of Mrs, Yopp's brother, N. D in Archer. Mrs. Sallly\ Tyson has returned operation yesterday at St. Vin W. T. Zclgler and Joe W. P. Smith.
sons, and
UIM trip to Sebrlng.n Wainwright, sr. and Mr. and :Mrs. H. W. Lappe, who under- home after being under medical cent's Hospital In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Boyer and week.BACKACHE
Mrs. Victor of Jacksonville were the children, and
J. R. Raymond Donnie
powell; who has Walnwrlght. went an appendectomy last week observation In Tampa the past Mr. and Mrs W. F. Babcock guests of the R. C. ;
her mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. M. Latterman In the Shadycrest Hospital, IB month. have returned to their home in Damplers Sunday Lee of Green Cove Springs, were Per quick eomketlnf help for 11.ckaahay5 J: |
Ing .' S. C., have visiting| them getting: along fine and is Mr and Mrs. O. A. visiting the Hal P. Gillens on Sat -- ."""- Oe\U..f t1P Iftahle" "' .
from Thrower North
Inn hI Columbus. Clinton expected Bay and Hamilton. Ontario rln*. ln* lln paaeMe*. Lee rain*.
last Sunday. Conn., Mrs Laterman's brother- to be released from the hos- Mrs. G. H. Thrower of Jacksonville Canada after upending the Nick Touchstone of Miami and urday. Irale* ........ .T**> and ....u... ankle due !
I home Hollis Hampton of _.. ...... zed__midney and
Tallahassee Mlsa Katie to *
of Brooks- -
L Dave Elliott of in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. pital today. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Griffls winter season with their son-in- Surasky Bladder trouble*,ttf Cy.Ie1I.QIa.....eomplet t
Ke Mrs. visiting Mr.IRE. Howard Roberts. Mrs.! J. F. Pickardy of Green and little Marcia of Theresas were law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. were visiting Ed Cole Monday vlllo Is visiting her sister, Miss I etlefaeUan .. .*br beek (....-..MIl r('
were Cove evening. Fanny Surasky for two weeks. dnil'* see ...'.a loamy.r" '
Jones and other MM. A. Z. Adkins had as her Springs was the guest of guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dam. Wilbur Scott. yew ,
..... .. .
Mrs. Mattle Cai.dg&n at pier Monday evening. ,,, ---- ------ -'
Boatdraln section guests Wednesday her sisters the Silver Mrs W. E. Thornton, Mrs. J. ''aW k.n hrr I IWWLIINMLaNNMWW

the Mrs. L.. L. Roane and Mrs. J. Tea given at the Service Center Mr. and Mrs. John Moyer and H. Morse and daughter, Sylvia ::

111.utn McKnight and L. Wilkes ,and her sister-in-law, Thursday of last week., daughter Jane of Jacksonville and Mrs. Katie Dixon were visit r| Any .fyp Moving &Hauling g--------r''4 o ;

Delores, spent from MIT.rr T... Edwards and 'daugh Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Jones had were Sunday guests of Mr. and ing Mrs. Hubert Bronson In ,

through Wednesday ter, ,Fredrlka.; all of Jacksonville as guests last Sunday Mrs. Jones' Mrs. One Wiggins. Orange Park last Saturday.
uncle and uant, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Shull have : "I" '. .
ifr,. McKnight's paf- Miss Lucille Alvarez Is attending W. Sowarda had their Mr.\ and Mrs. L. D Vining drove '---. Let Your Moving Worries Be Our Troubles t ';
and Mrs. Elmo Powell aa guest the past two
E. L. Langr
| and Mrs. an eight-month to Dublin Ga., last Sunday where :.
arming, 3- C. and Mr. course In Jacksonville.beautlcian'a Miss of Daytona Beach. weeks, Mrs. Shull's sister, Miss I., they met Mrs. Vlnlng's parents FOR PROMPT: COURTEOUS SERVICE -, CALL t )!
I S. C., Evangellne Morse left last Kay Sakaly of Manhattan Beach. ,
at Klngstree, She will slay with her sister Mr. and Mrs. W L. Joiner of At.
week for her home in Auburn. N. Y.
nold was in. Columbus, Mrs. O. .P. Dyal while lanta, Ga. The Joiners expect to I :
taking dale Mans after Mrs Mae
Llncss last week. the- spending sev- Edwards and daughter spend several weeks here with II & !
course and '
will be home' Jackson Moving Hauling
weekends. on eral months with her brother and Elaine visited the Elbert Edwards the Vlnings. Billy i
Mr. and Mrs. W. at Daytona Beach last
Ir IrMr.I' and Mrs. O. L. Beaaley R. Morse. weekend. Mrs. Laura Mosley, Mrs. Sally L''

rents had as their weekend guests Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wells of Mrs. Lena Rowe of Ormond Tlaon and their house guests, Mr. j I I Phone 165 I STARKE, FLA. Phone 49-W 7 fJ
plfe la the sum and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and son Jacksonville Beach and Mrs. N. N. Norton are spendIng -
were weekend spent Sunday with her
Jimmy of Tampa. Mrs. J. W. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells.guestsof \ daughter- and son-in-law, Mr. and a few days In Rome, Ga., visiting """,,"""Ii"Ir"ri1I", ;, ?I, ,"IIxran' ,,, NeIWI//1alAININNIMNaINWINILNNIILNmNIYIIIdaINII/1.I11111WNI,. .//, ', ,,,. "" .,, ,).,, ',,' .IANMN111Ar'AmIrN',, ,"" ,, ,,'"'".". ',"Ift", r Nmm NU nnlnua mru r M'C t,
of state Mrs. daughter and
kind Kincaid returned Ito Moseley's
1 e Tampa with Miss Grace Green spent the Mrs. Hans Walker.
1I them for a few days' visit. weekend. with a group of friendsat < Friends of Tom Grady will begIRd family, the C. W Johnsons.
.rrrnh1U"fit we have to Mr. and 1 Mrs.\ Hans Elbert Earl Thornton has been ,, .1
I Orange Springs.Mrs. to hear Is Is very much Improved COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS
and Mrs. transferred from
Walker's brother and Stella Wiggins of Macon, after ]his Illness of the past

houseguest: L. :J. Rowe of Ober- Ga., is visiting her brotherinlawand week. Waldo Wildwood on the he Seaboard.will stay with While his in The Rest Prices Are Found DENMARK( FURNITURE COMPANY .

Ivn. Ohio spent the latter partof sister, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Miss Minnie Bessunt!' had as her and
brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
in Bushnell Inver- Bennett. guests a few days last week her

| ness and Tampa.Mr. Mr*. Effie Johns and Mrs. Eddy slater, Mrs. D. D. Oliver and Mr. Mrs. J. A. Mcintyre Slightly Used SOFA BEDS 25.95
ne can successfully Mr. and Mrs. William R. Morse Metal Gliders ]
and Mrs. Foster! Shi Smith Gross had as a weekend guest and Mrs Harold Butts, niece, of Morse's -

IInge statement! visited Mrs. Smith's mother, their sister Mrs. J. J. Gross, of Foil Lauderdale.Mrs. have as their guests, Mr. 59.50; I 79.50 I 119.50
that Last!
Mrs. J. J: Lipsey in Branford Jacksonville.Mrs Celia Manassa had as Sunday brother and family, Mr. and Mrs Now 29.50INow II 39.50 I Now 59.50 {While{ They. '
last Albert A. Morse, and son Kenneth : e
D. E. Conway, Miss Ruby guests her sons and their fam- of
: Mrs. Mattle Gahagan left Tues- Conway and Mrs. Pauline) Mir ilies Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Manaaea and daughter Barbara. .. '.

. Remove day for Savannah, Ga. where she I lette and daughter, Lynette, left of Fernandina Beach and Mr. and Newton-Highlands MaRR.Welcome ELECTRIC IRONS

I"> visiting her sons, Emmett and. Saturday for Salt Springs where Mrs. Philip Manassa of Jackson

Powell and their families for ten they will spend the summer v II lie. any, Relief for Relte Crocker Automatic 12.50 t--:

days. I months.Ed Mrs. D. W. Moore spent the Universal Automatic 10.95 .
111 II Doubt Mr. and Mrs Marvin Hazen Cole spent last weekend In week end with her sister, Mrs. BACKACHE PAINS Ir
Arvin Automatic
spent the weekend In Atlanta,I Lake City with his parents, Mr Thomas F. Brown I n Hamptonand 9.95 dill Illglb'i' 1'' '11
Georgia., 1 I Bin to Muscular Strain, Selatiti,
and Mrs. J. M. Cole. attended home-coming at the t,

Baptist Church.Dr. Lumhiff, tbMMitlM NICE TAPESTRY I

ELECT Thomas G. RItch of New JUST tub nfrnnin;. (tail.N.u.-lMtni a*
he ION ifw. Initially. edllnil mutrlri' uirK <
London, Conn., spent a few days > relax the pain sue. Uw IMEUHA.! 2Pc. Living Room Suits i iI
: BALM to Bet law lonp I.alnp rtlitf from
this week with his mother, Mrs.
M aiMiln ol. muKulii shs tnt pslne.II .
ATTENTION Carrie D. Bitch They were in lleniitiriil, ALUMINUb1- 4 .

--- Jacksonville Tuesday visiting Dr. I Color109.50;:: linySEAT :

and Mrs. C. C. Mendora and Mr\ I Porch and Yard Chairs

and Mrs. N. T. Ritch, Jr. II ELECT

Tobacco : '' .\.."" ". d 'atity

A. H. (Pop) Kuhn Porch Rockers I Color' 6.95 The Word

Growers Seeks ConstablePost

In Dist. 1 .y SEE US Extra Special ;

I DON'T WAIT Let Us Write Your 3-Pc. USED


H. C. WALL AGENCY THISBARGAIN ( One) .Orig. Value 139.90] ,

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Constant Service Over 50 Years "'- /'Ac prices are., reasonable and :'

Please Phone 146 terms to ft I
.. {_your budget_ ,


CLASSIFIEDTURKEY Kuhn In mantled, hay' seven Denmark Furniture Co.

children, two M>nH served In i'1

the South Pacific; one In Europe '"

ADDING MACHIN]< S. typewriter, EUO3 for half'hln1101., : during \Vorld War III) PHONE 151 STARKE FLA.
uulrultttlnir and duplicating nuichlnen muth Ilronaa and White Holland j
ruxli regrlHtern, office furniture CroHHod. Large or small order thrrn ions and one daughtermarried
law book cases, Mates, See or write Albert U. Kruno, the reiruilmler of J
! vault doom, uteri storage cnbl- It!. 1, Box 320 tal.ke1.... nij ;
(t Governor nets, lockers. and shelving show 4ip 4-16 family are with me. I am a AndrewsYour .-.- .- -.--,---- .-----..- -- ,
Cl\""", IMwhBiit grade to the resident of Bradford County Guy :.ii.,
cheapeot. New and unnil. Largeststock LOST Ladles suitcase Sat., April ;;
In Floilda. FEIUHTB'S.; U- 3, between Highland and! Max- For the pant ten years I have ,1.1
II 21 H. Laura Ht., JnckRonvllle, 2, v'lIe. Finder please. notify H. C. owned and operated' the NITIO-: I -<
II not require experlmoni Via. Ph. 51313. BAM HPOT 82 1 Fluke, Itt 2, Hawthorne Flu. I
i II II YEARS lOt --28 $10( reward. alp 4-23 OWL CAFE, just north of .II!
Starke. While engaged In this
FOR RENToroom- furnished FOR SALE: One IB37 Chevrolet
I\M about our state prob- house with ctrlolty and BttB. sedan at right pi''Ice. Also 4000 business I have made many .- !. .
Also for sale: 16x1 honne.t.et C secondhand cleaned brick.' ()I. frlenilt throughout the County. Tax AssessorOn 1 OOli6. :
..vh. Rt. 3, Box 11,. Starke. lip I'. \Vadnworth, Hampton Fin 8iA/a&! _
Sip 4-16 I have served an a law enforcement .'
"any about our municipal officer with the Federal I ','

MATTRESSESOF ALL KINDS FOR Ford HAI..R truck CHEAP1041 heavy duty 114-1011 tinna-', and State, and with the May 4, 1948 Than ever b.for. In the lam* '

mission Cab but no body. Stark twelve years experience: I have kitchen tpac.| :
| not dealing In platitude Ice Co. It In this line. of work I feel. thatI ..----- t '

FOR TIENT-3 rooms/ private bath am qualified and capable to I.
hot and colt water, 2 Mocks from" the of Bradford ;1 f
post office. You will he i>urprlned acne Your Vote and Support
11 i the courage to do some when you nee them for only County; faithfully and fairly ,

JC 5 j( $23 per month. t,. (i. Hemlnir- administer the. duties of this of- Will Ue Appreciated I
way 224 Thompson St. lip "
flee' an prewi;l>edx by law to .Mfanfafa_.. '
ronfidont that buslnemto FOR SAIi,;-Some 20" tires: 1914 the l best of my ability. The dui Ililllla\\111111, \ .. -/
)! \ -"ml'nt 1.. now our Hudson parts; ID2R Chryslerparts Won't You Give; A Young r I
; and 1941 Chevrolet m-ton vote and support of the voter 1
lit need. REUPIIOLSTERED truck-T. I. C'usey, 4 ml. north of thin of "Stark' on ltd. 200. I It : '
AND REFINISHED I IFOR will bn deeply .....rt'elated. Chance? Here it ill A new kind of !' ;l'

|not dodging the I issue, Drop Us A Card TIENT:; -some-3, have 4 and electric 6 room ref apartments I'Iff-, A. II. (Pop) KUHN refrigerator with MORE usable I

actually Necking reme- HASTINGS MATTRESS CO. erators, water-heaters.. 1 with I For Conntalile (Fuld Pol. Adv.) space on the new flat top, MORE i !"t
Box 230 Palatka Fla. electric range; 2 with Inclosedporches Paid 1'01.tlv.. "3'
Inelosed yards, powermowed ( ) I frozen food storage in the big J x t : I

\ lawns. Nice for children.mile'' ___ ___ ,. new Super-Freezer, MORE room s I fi"
Jll VORI( to put them In- Mr. C. C. Wynn, !located 1 -, ,dr IINIII IIOINIlll,1111YalllrllllNlt.1
'tI.'t FOR SALE from city line bridge east of IIIIWIN.IIIWNYNWNIWe: rh ri rur'IU' IWIN II n r for keeping fresh or frozen I, ---c- .'
Starke over left from new Klan-
i>NE NEW I.BEDROOrealden"e.: ding highway at large white residence meats, MORE space for leafy ;
in city limits of Starke Just com- with the cottavesand barn Beautify and iii; Home "
no ", uleted. Cheap. for halt cash. tr vegetables and fruits, MORE os- h;
ft 'an't be done" com'a's with concreterlltor. "
build In i
One 26"""H'' ;
Just north of BlandlnB. Cen- FOR RENT: Furnished and entirely With able half space for other foods, :
'er, for Bale at co.t. redecorated 3-rooms end MORE food storage capacityper ,
'. not think OIL. PAINT and Concrete Block bath cottage; also fi-rooms and .
a generals 1
Paint cheapest price In town. bath. Beautiful location with cool ALSO dollar. '
s ( N nrrenaary antI he USED DOOBS. half glass! 2'6"x8"I", shndy yards and all convenle."'.... '
M-to -201 \\'. Madison Stark.. It Asbestos Awnings & Jalousies f .
a general Bales tax I vfsHhLl \IE!. Cement. Glass Block \ ,.
8.roo--n; ;
used Rock Sand. Concrete PIP. S4eppingstones FOR KENT -
I Ican't louse Piers Mortar Ml Ix.qteel house, large lot. Hot and cold 't
Windows water furnished. 316 N. Cherry ,. ''f.J
Dump truck haulln& Fill dirt for St. It ; ,:
I /1 11 ""' 'r
go wrong LAROE LOTS In city limit" *>fStaVk FOR HENT +- 4-room house on lt// firl;Pt4:
7 on. high ground |ZOO up. Church Hf., unfurnished Hot 1VR \ I 1, I
Shands HO down UO per mo. water. |30 m\a. 'Apply 410 Center .
of building; con- tipI I
ithBill W* do any tyke Ht. .
.trllctlon. ofrMI"
NP-W -INrH n\lv nl.ert Pipe HAVE JUST RECEIVED at.w M M 4
< Is winning hi* WH1TK SAN1 '3.60 per yard In buttonhole makers for Sinner s5 5 ; r I
load. machines ffetter ret one at once. ..1"" I'
toward / in-vard
feet" ,
success because he mi %FOHD is..in' EER''O co. -1 (Hemingway, :224 Tnornu- y e p.lakvb.v.vs',
!gained the confidence olpeople ,. .nrl... Edward. Pleas 1MFOri son St.' liP e faslwleo' aeN .. '
RENT 2 furnished houses. CoI ... :
j .eAn. :
IMSNmt .
conveniently lorated Both have FOR SAT.K -- 1936 fhev. roiipe.jrood ... ,...1-. J
*. condition good paint five I. MI'ThNaM >
., for rooking.Mr
gas ovea Water 'Ht good tires. Clarence :\1..lton. ,.1..1. b.n.MlN Shown \I r I
301 so. a '
O. I Haynes Fla .. a d.
hank| It joIo. Westmoreland St.. Htarke, ,",0
straight and r '
talk Box 13. l Ito ... \ 1
TO 15
S", .
language the 1' v 229 ,1.
people un- MADE' tn order Photographs .9.
FRAMES ..- etc. HAT nIc F.r.F.n-Fllrn".h your .. i J .
Nan.l. and. appreciate Certificate. Llcen e materlsl.' perlence'J millln e "P5551' AIM -"". I r
n own :
of moulding; : :.
: .
selection Rese."' 0.
Large .
.. .r. :Minnie Hessent .. .. "' I
All work .1. ....,
f truth and nothing elxcFLORIDA'S r"oDo"HOLLYWOOD from CAMERA d. atrf head Rev 4211. 3tark lip 4-8 .... at".' "CosnPoct'Nvar' 19.7 5 .1.' t

'SHOP.nARY FOR I'IAT.F.-Rw..t' potato draw., pried\ from 4
of use. T. H. Sheppard at Bradford Othidoer .
Will take .are. s r i
SITTER '... It MonY .otll'
( l
children "Y day 0" hour at your. Hnnlware And \ .
,. high school crad.uat. frig ''f
hon While: one-too plck-uw
A. .. Reasonable rate Call FOR LFIllft"chsnlc,,l condition r.
(Shands Roil m
> Stark 35.SELL. B. Clark. Rt. 2, Box e9- fII'ark".
.2tp. 4.23

YOUR TIMBER FOR 9AT-E I F.?: elecfrtc wiishInr Venetian Blinds In 10 Beautiful Colors Mor. Frigidoiret) S.rv. In MoreAmerican J
NOW machine' |1'1 good working condltl -
Cash Prices Paid ..n: 1 OB .1..... vacuum cleaner; Homes Than Any Other Refrigerator'
Highest t" Norge O"elrculatlnsr rsc". oil heaterStern's -" All of These lade to Order Free Estimationand

LE I2 ln t llldion. We also Do Upholstery and Ke-

WILOR N NIT FOR} HALE water: 4-room Treated modern on Church hntne.iet ",. finishing Furniture. Work Called for and Deliv E. H. SMITHYour

/250 1t. 1000 cia,",". Apply JitCenter Guaranteed.
ered. Satisfaction
in n of the Hour EDWIN W PECK: writ a iln! .s" t
P_ o. Box: 463 and '
automobile Shop
fire. McCord Furniture & Novelty Frigidalre Dealer Since 1931
Gainesville, Fla. II'.. P..s m. err T""" Inenrasee.de. N y
Walnwrl-ht Jr. I'
V. D. }
Patel for by Friend -postcard and I W. Call U Fhnn 114. Box: 245 Starke Fla. PHONE 120-J. BTARKK, FL.,. TEwLB a TENTII

Send me a PO R 'I' L"!
will come see 1'00. NEW fvnewrlters _. Bradford C.untf sNrsensrmlrla. er ,a.NtssanerNteYmNaraisern.: ..-- --- -- -- ------ -


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SIX Mrs.Bianchard'e . . Wednesday night at 8 o'clock; . . S Frank Abernathy, who la very,!111. MI'. and Mrs
7 Mayo. weekend In Deland with a teachers' and officers' meetingon Mr. and Mrs. Willie Melton of j I children Frank 11'-0'
father, J H. Tatum. GrahamBy of
ri Fairbanks visiting Mr. and ) MICllnopy
I School were
Miss lona Collins of Gainesvillewas Heilbronn Friday night; Sunday sister, 1\\
Lawtey the weekend guest of her sis Mrs. L. H. Hill Mrs. L. H begins at 10 a.m. with classes for Mrs. John, McKInney Thursday Mrs. Alice Sta
and Misses Elithe and Mr Muriel Norman Mrs. John McKInney day y
Collins. Futch By and the morning service -
tel', Miss Blithe Iona Collins were shopping In '. every is age at 11 o'clock. Training . night. J
By I. 1a. FarY Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Kelly were M,'. and Mrs A. T. Andrewsand and Mrs. L
Jacksonville last Saturday.Mrs. is held at 7 on Sun- Mrs. Bill Clements of II
business visitors to Jacksonville WIN A TRAY Union p.m. Mr. and baby of Starke were aupper of Daytona Beach apej !
The Home Demonstration Club Monday afternoon.Mrs. James Stahler and son, Are you lucky? Would you like day with classes and departments Jacksonville recently visited the guests of her* parents Mr. and'!end with his parent/ is
and the service -
meeting last week E. S. Haines Mrs. Jennie Billy, were visiting in Jackson to( help our school? Would you for all ages bedside of their grandmother Mrs. |John sir.k
regular night.
heW its begins at 8 o'clock. The pea Mr R. S. Wasdln Thursday McKInney.
.chool auditorium. Mrs McLeod( Miss Dorothy Andrews vllle this week. like to own a lovely aluminum
In Troy the Bennett Is president of the and Charles Church all of Jacksonville Robert M. Newton of the New- tray? The P.-T.A. of the Hei ple of our church Invite and you at ..,.......,....... ......."',, ""''I'!!'''',. ,!,- "'......",-,*.. I.'!:!" 'r'l1.J.: .:...'!. ,.J' ); -! -"',-.....' ... ... --- ,.
time to come worship t T t -
Whigham of Mr. and bronn school is any .k "
and Miss Madge were guests presenting .y
Club Co., of Jackson f '
ton Equipment with us.Visitors M <
Mrs. A. M. Blanchard last Satur 22Inch"alumtnum trays to the .
counselor. + ...
Is visitor to n .t __ j
a business who attended last Sun
vllle was holding the lucky numberat '
>Is spendingthis
Miss Ada in Tampa with her day.Mr.. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts and Lawtey last Friday. the political rally Friday nigh day's services were: Miss Rosie a A MAN WHO'S
week PROMOTE :
uncle and( aunt. Mr. and Mrs. C. George Roberts, Jr., spent the Mrs. H. B. Arwood Mrs. J. P. April 16 at the Hellttronn schoo Moore Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Moore, LET'S BEEN\,;
and Mrs. Clyde Carmichael
Wyrick, Mrs. Q. V. Lee; and Mrs. If you do not attend you have a Mr.
chance to ohe tray, but if you and family Mrs. Jeanette Gas- t
the Law-
T. J. Terry represented attend your chance is good for kins the Rev. S. E. Sparks Mrs.

Eiil I ; Fax; Grady Burton try Baptist Church at the District both traya. These chances are Nettles, Mrs Sernle Crews, Mrs TRAINEDA. .
: J- ; WMS meeting In Raiford last Fri- only lOc each. You might win a I, Clemons, Mrs Annie Clemons, .
beautiful tray and you also help
and Mrs. Gladys Green.. Everyone
C ididate For day.Mr.. and Mrs. C. E. Stricklandand your school with the 10c. 0,4.GOVERNOR
: Is Invited at all times and we the Job .
daughter of Gainesville were The first number, whether For
4 are sure will find a hearty
present or not will receive tray
I Attorney GeneralA visiting Mrs. Strickland's motherMrs. "
number one Tray number two welcome.
last Sunday aft
T. J. Terry
will go to a person In the audi-
capable and experienced lawyer with ernoon. ence. The trays are on display I In RULED PRACTICE PAPER. ;t jj
,I an outstanding record o( public service Mrs. J. P. Wyrick entertainedthe the window of the Bradford Hardware 9x12 for school children. 7So a R r..
STATE ATTORNEY 5 TERMS BUSINESS MAN CIVIC Junior BTU at her home last Co.P.T.A. ream.--Bradford County Tele- t'1 r.f"\! '!:* if'l ft
- LEADER VETERAN WORLD WAR I graph. ,, .. .. ,. '",
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-i II Tuesday afternoon. MEETINGThe .."'n-" ,,,,,, '-,.,< .' '," ')'< "" > "".", <<,_' "" ...

Y - Heilbronn P.-T.A. held its '
- - - -
monthly business meeting Thursday ELECT
night April 8, with Mrs.
Few men hove ever brought to tbe office
LoU Moore, president, in chargeof '
l "Qld fashioned" the meeting. of Governor of our stale the experience..ancT, first-hand '4
-.s ALSTY' Plans were discussed for raisIng knowledge of our state government that Colin English will

(' .i $UND 'l I 03 funds\ and I for deciding on a bring to the state capitol when he i is elected Florida's next

ii.tCtS! I ? project. Ic was decided to provide s Governor! He has proved his ability as a leader, a ,

wtt\\w}. I equipment for the cafeteria. To statesman and "on executive. He Is the one candidate who,
AT do this the' P.-T.A. will 1 make and "
sell two aluminum trays at the 1 1 / for the past eleven years, has been trained for thejob" /

:;..: 7J /' F- *\; political rally. Plans were made of Governor He Is the one man who can take over the
to'have a chicken supper on Apr reins of Chief Executive of the State of Florida without any

t' tl b For*..allheselop real old-faihioned quality" Ann goodies Pane Foodi you made c.in'i i 29.At loss of valuable time! * * tHis
the clone of the meeting,
qwe,4 In our own modrm Ann Page food factorirt. >> .
) Mrs. Louise Crosby and Mrs. Mur-
fs FigvaluesarewaitingtoryouatA&PAnnPage 11'1'Norman experience and knowledge of stole
aC served cookies) and COLIN mm
"Sunday Quality" saves yuu monry
,. on every meal. every day in the week! punch. r governmental, affairs have been gained through his eleven

O continuous years of successful service as a member of the

ANN PAGE 4-II Miss CLUBS Whigham MEET and Mr. McClane .Governor's Cabinet,, and other important state boards and Has .A Plan To...

FOODS met with the 4-H Club girls and commissions, during the administrations of three governors." .
4=d boys Wednesday( April 7, at 11-: Assure our continued progress*

( Ott i; Aap'g p1NE51 .'_I ._ C _ sell peanuta'and cold drinks 'at It Avoid my new taxes and I
L ; sapperconviction /
advertisement ..
privileged to "
are itr.mt l
the political rally which will be express \I to a general sales tan.
Ann Page held at the school April 13. of the thousands other ftivn and women of
Establish needed hospitals.I
DEXO our state who believe, that I the best interests of ALL Florida I medical, nursing denial nilveterinarysctioolswithinthesin;;
Spaghetti, 2 15 3-4 oz. cans 23cAnn The Heilbronn Home Demonstration will be served. by voting for and electing ,. I Ie
PagoPORK Club met Wednesday at j. R. KELLY Aid citrus livestock and truck|
o'clock for a monthly business farmers.

3 lbs. 1.07 & BEANS 21-lb.I 25cAnn meeting. Plans were made for AS YOUR.., e Expand our (arm-to.market ft I Isuperhighway
cans selling refreshments at the Poltt 0 road protons
ical Rally. Hamburgers, hot dogs Tax Collector ''A. A" ri' e all'n.lor veterans miumui |
Page ., Ice cream, and cold drinks wile GI' RV benefits.

Crisco orSpry MAYONNAISE, 1 pt 43c I appointed> The sold.following,_:!: committees were ag Pay. assistance.the'maximum allowable M.i |

Ann PageGRAPE Purchasing committee: Mrs! GOVERNOR, Provide adequate water contrd I
Pearl Norman, Mrs Helen Sapp, 1. lie is and to conserve natural resource I Ie
:3 lbs. :1.17: and Mrs. Millie Simmons Capable
JAM 2 Ib. glass 39c. ) Appoint and employ qualifiedLISTEN |
Selling committee: Miss Rosa 2. He is Experienced TO .At The May 4th Democratic Primaries women In public offices.
I Moore Mrs. Mattie Ellis, and
Ann PagePEANUT Mrs. Mildred Sapp. 3. He is Worthy Colin English Coordinate private and punk I
facilities. to attract and stabilize I

Nutley Oleo BUTFER,1 pt. 31c I Roberta Preparation. Sapp,committee Mrs Helen: Sapp Mrs. He Is trained In County Mat- Monday Might I .yrifs., Call/ Cngliih*'' .Hadquartmt.' business! and Industry in FlonJi I

I Mrs. Csta Starling and Mrs. Annie tersof Finance and Govern.fnent 7af/ahau/ ., for copy of hit 33 '. Encourage Latin-Ameriur
," Ann PageiLinit Muriel Gllhooly. j I'I and'he. twill appreciate At 8:000'ClInck I,o'prollro"; lor a greater Florida,1ar commerce by developing Fonjii! |
ports entry.
:lib. 330 I Errand girls: Lois Cox, Louise your vote and 8upport. Over.The State
GRAPE JUICE I 21c Norman,. and Iris CrosbY." *:". : (Paid Pol. Adv.) '.1.1 by the frUndi of Colin InglUh Protect and expand our natal!|
Ipt I Arrangements committee:.]Mrs. ABC Network leadership In aviation

.. Muriel Norman and Mrs. Louise --
Starch, pkg. 14cj Crosby.At .
I the end of the business, ses-' : ... ... ti ,., ,.
: : l11f}; Iii .,.
.\.V'I ''S: \ '
I Book 'Matches, 2 for 29c FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLESBANANAS I ,Muriel

I and punch. _____ _
The ladles spent the remainder _
(Reg.) BANANAS, Firm, Ripe, lb. '12c! of the afternoon making aluminum ,
> trays. They" returned Fridayto -
SOAP 2 for 19c
finish the trays.P11111.5 .
I POTATOES, 10 Ibs. 49c'''
KXAMINRD: MOTOIts a mac ':'.:
Dr. Singer and Mrs. .Preston w '
VEL, giant size 77c Fresh Green CORN, 3 for 25c spent Friday, April 9, at Heil O

r bronn Elementary School giving

(SUPER SUDS, Ige. 35c GRAPEFRUIT.. 10 Ib. bag 23c children physical examinations whose parents to wanted those \t a..ly .

them to be examined. Forty-
'Octagon SOAP, bar 9c New Texas ONIONS, 2 Ibs. 25c nine children were examined by
Dr. Singer, and most correctionsare

I Octagon Cleanser, 7c Baby Yellow SQUASH: 3 Ibs. .25c needed on teeth and tonsils

% Mrn. Louise Norman, Mrs. Helen

>Large PUZ 35c CAULIFLOWER, large head 29c Sipp and Mrs. Muriel Norman
attended the Recreation Short .
Course given by the General Extension \
Fresh Green CABBAGE, lb. 4c Division In Gainesville .. \\\
I Waldorf March 29, 30 and 31.
Mrs. LoIs Cox and Miss Rosa
|TISSUE, 3 for 21c, CELERY, 2 large stalks 9cll Moore attended the Freezing and< r >
] Canning Demonstration in Starke J
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Wamli-k I Don't forget the' next meeting Il-
I of the P.-T.A. will be held the
Super Rite Quality Meats Assorted CHOCOLATES, 1'Ib. 39c third Thursday night In, May.IIAITIST .

Swift's Premium lona CutGreen The church of our community

BEEF LIVER lb. 57c BEANS, 2 No. 2 cans 25c was well attended at the morning 1
I,and evening services last Sunday.
Services for the week are aot
H PORK LIVER, lb. 37c lona PEAS, 2 No. 2 cans 23c follow!: Mkl-wrek prayer meeting Ol


Country A-Penn MOTOR OIL, qt. 23c
SPARE RIBS, lb. 39c r' Q01Cj

Iona TOMATOES 2 No. 2 27c
4,to 6 lb. avg., Pre-Cooked cans .',' .,

PICNIC HAMS, lb. 42c
Flo. DremKti & DrawQ BUY YOUR FEED AT THE A&P ..f..or.

FRYERS, Ib. 69c '

25 Ibs. Talco Scratch /
Country 1.43j

SAUSAGE lb. 59c

f F ieah 25 Ibs. Talco I Laying Mash r 1.43J ., JUST STEP ON THE GAS. : ,\ t

HAMBURGER, lb. 43c 25 Ibs. Growing Fash 1.43 AND I/ \\ \ ..

FRESH FISH 100 Ibs. 20 pct. Dairy Feed 4.871 your lea tomorrow a lind of driving in tomorrow's kind of car!

There no clutch pushing no /gear shifting when you go the
home with cnou$li Futuramic, Hydra-Malic way. For an extra burst of pickup: just aiDSMOBILFOR

Every Day TALCO IS TOPSA step all the way down on the accelerator. WHIRLAWAY does the
Eire Insurance rest shooting you ahead with an instant flood of power. It's .
perfect for passing ideal for hill vital for emergencies!

Charley E. Johns The Oldsroobile "98" Is far ahead of the times in ultra-modern 1 1948

Low Prices design too. It's new! It', different! If* FUTURAMIC I .
Agency .
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& PACIFIC TEA CO. Everyday,


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Presbyterian ChurchJohn Methodist Hour* tlonal Secretary from Charlotte,
4i N. C. and quest hymns and choruses are I April 9, for scholarships as an aid McClane reminded the public this expected furnish potato rake ('
several .
h News other ytsltonrrom sung led the and
Warren Kaufman, Minister Speaker To Bring by piano organ to seeking higher educations.Mrs. week. "
variouspolnt8. duo. and labor for digging the sod i
Morning Worship Jessie L. Young, General 'h .
and 1
t 11:00: o'clock. You are Sermonat Invitedto Optimistic Message After the business session and a Sunday School meets at 9:45: Supervisor of Schools, who administered The remaining dates are; April 'material out of the loose. soil and t ,

Church consider with us the question, trip to Keystone Christian Foun- with classes and departments for the tests, said that the 19. May 10, and June 14 and 28. loading it onto their truck 11'\'\
at "What is the most important dation the 32 guests enjoyed a all ages Training Unions for turnout was "really better than The Experiment Station plowsup Grasses cannot be obtained except ;'$I
i DO" of the Gos- thing in life TOO Special music by Dinner delightful at six .o'clock Fellowship training In church membershipsmeets expected." the grasses and farmers are on the above listed dates. '.: /
namlc Avery Inn.
Y subject used by Young Ladles' Choir. at 6:49.: The last in a There were, from Bradford ...
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be the J. Churchwell Sunday School will The evening meeting was given series of soul-winning messages County, three House scholarships t
Rev W.at 11 o'clock. The for the study of the International meet at 9:45: ,. over to reports of Clubs electionof and discussions on the Art of Personal and one Lewis scholarship to be REELECTN. :\
rnln s r officers and Work will be
brought Wednesday
r music.- Sunday school lesson. message by filled. Nine of the eleven competitors
special The
render Adult R. R. Stoker, National Secretary at 8 p. m. by the Pastor, tried for the House and
fling service will featureg Class will be taught by C..M. Tur- of Charlotte N. C. "Activating the Art". eight for the Lewis, of
some them
j I Men and D. Noon Jr.
familiar hymns andis ney. women are invited ( ) Wainwright ?
of to come out ande to Join us In the study of God's Officers elected were: Don Crawford Plans are made and work Is taking both exams. ,
urged Word. qWestminster Sarasota, re-elected presi- progressing toward a great two! Mrs. Young said that the winners
fellowship.\ dent; J. T. Quigley, Starke, Vice weeks of revival with Rev. O. G. would be announced In 43 ::1 '
people! meet at 8:15: ford Fellowship at 6 President; H. E. Zeigler, Sarasota Lanter evangelist of Atlanta, Ga. days. Your State RepresentativeCAPABLE ,
o'clock In the Chapel. All ;
interesting program.tory
I young SecretaryTreasurer.Sunday A cordial welcome will be found
people are Invited.PENTECOSTAL,
, Hour each Tuesday morning a Devotional by all who worship at any of the Four More Dates
I at 2:30: and 3:30.: I HOLINESS Service was held. In the Chapelat services. A nursery Is open at all
and Praise Serve eachy CHURCH 8:30: after which the Layman times for babies and children under Left For FarmersTo VX.

evening at : 10th St. and Temple Ave. assigned as speakers In various three Obtain GrassesFour QUALIFIED t, 1
churches, left for their
welcome awaits thosed. appoint- .
V Sunday School 9:45:
a. Morn-
m.i; "t
I 11 ments, returning In time for the dates remain open on TRUSTWORTHY .
Ing Worship a. m. ,
; Evangelistic
3 o'clock Testimony Service In the Scholarship Exams which farmers may obtain Coast '", .
Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone EXPERIENCED + !
afternoon.The al Bermuda r rid
''IRD'S welcome. Attract Eleven 99 Bermuda, and .
1C .IIL'RCH Convention closed Sunday Pangola grasses at the Experimental i
ST. MARK'S EPISCOPALSunday evening with a message by A. C. Eleven Bradford Countlana vied Station grass nursery In o ?
Mass 10 a. nv After a recent trip around the Frigert of Van Wert, Ohio, publisher In the schoolhouso last Friday, Gainesville, County Agent T, K. HIM marie /good his pro-
School 11 a. m. : Church School' 10 a, m. world Dr. Dana Dawson pastor and State President of the mine. In the* pant. you ,.p .t
>ay Mass'8:30: a. m. Morning Service 11 a. m. of the First Methodist Church, N. I* E. A. ran depend on him. In the *
cr John O'Dowd, Pastor -Rev. S. W. Creasey, [lnlsterNWAY'S Shreveport, La., brings to the future
listeners The Keystone Christian! Foundation :-; STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESA
of The Methodist Hour Conference Is under at Han helped! obtain morn
l Jon Sunday morning, April 18, an Park of the Palms and "way'ilbe\ Complete Line of Builders SuppliesPhone awtlntance for our acbools. ,

optimistic message on.. "What's an Item of Interest!' In the next 45 Acroxn From S.A.L. Depot Delivery Service aged, and dependent children "
SERVICE With the World..
Issue Several guests arrived early and with no Increase. '
I As' f.
pastor of a downtown city to avail themselves of the comf rt Sherwin-Williams Paints I 'alrbankIl-Mnl'M In your taxc'*.
Temple Ave with a membership of and beauty of this Has [
me H7 ( than 4,000 persons, Dr. delightful spot. PaInt Your house Home Water Systems worked for and helped -
POLISHING has And Pay by The Month | Terns If Desired serum more hanlsurfaorii .
, WASHING; a grasp of the cross- 4 r
GREASING ELECTRIC ARC of thought which are Baptist Church, rood In our county ., f
and will continue to
our entire national life)I With two METAL & COMPOSITION ROOFING i
only Sundays left be.
Car-Washing To Remove Dirt work for In 1010.IIU .
rued more
speaks out of the experience 11 fore the Revival begins at the Thl'kUutt"phl t ShlngU (GIn & Billenlllllllnit) Hardware ;; f
pholatexy! Expert Painting See Us this successful pastorate. experience and friendships. In the eglvMtuiw wW be a :
First Baptist Church of Starke. Hardware Cloth Common and Finish Nail Abes- t;
;S, TOJES BATTERIES SOLD' ON The Methodist Hour la the lar I the Pastor, Rev. L. D. Haines will toll Siding Cement Mortar Mix valuable aid In bringing/ more beneficial legislation to Bradford .: t
Payments With Small independent network ever to bring the third In the series of County If you send him back as your repreaeiitatlve' :,';
nail Down a 13-week series of wor Great Doctrines of the Church at In 1049. ,","t

SEE US FOR YOUR CAR services sponsored by the 11 o'clock, "The Lord's Salva LUMBER AH Grades 1 MOLDING All Kinds Your vote and support on May 4th will be Rrratly pprecl-- "I''
Church, and makes tion", sited and for the betterment of Bradford County. ;1J
MOCO GAS and A to listeners in all of the At the 8 o'clock serVIce the ,* '

BATTERIES $7.95 up of central the Southeastern Jurisdiction and ot!,' message by the pastor will be BRONZE SCREEN | WINDOWS_& DOORS (Paid for by fifemls of Noon Wainwright) :::1

TIRES $12.75 and up ;la church stimulating messages 1'- ,1.- -.- - ;
nationally known leaders. ,..!
the church. a
i I I'r
Pastor"l This network radio program '"
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH be heard over WJAX at 8:30:
each Sunday morning.) I
k'Ihe Heart of Town And In The .

,of The People" Christian Church I f

J. B. Kon, r+xtor, full time ..,
.\ Southern Baptist Church For All Service 1\"

The revival which has been In 1\,
I Sunday School 9:15 Training : :' for three weeks will (, ,I

:Morning Worship Evening Sunday night. Evangelist ,I!
11:00 1. Smith will preach his last "
: 8:
In the series Friday night. t:1:

sure to hear him. ;.,
l I'
REVIVAL BEGINS APRIL 2 The pastor will continue the .
:Morning: Sermon "The Lord's t h ough SunJay night. t. '

|Evening Sermon, "Third Requirement/ subject, "Bible Conver- Rza :'f.i' ,
Nursery With Adult Attendant Open "; 11 A. M. Sunday. eE2t1 1 .'. .

Sunday Services Bible School, 10 A. M. :
Sermon Subject "The Romance 1
Kaliglon", 8 P. 1\[. I :i ""' ;1 1I
"Visit! The Church With The Vlxltlng/
The rite of Christian BapUami I \ \ S N H' \ \fi' f .
will ba Administered at 3:30: P.. M. l)
In Hampton .Lake. I ." '- ',!io,$
.Training for service Mass: will \
meet at 7 P. M. In the church. '..4,
lon't Foil To Vote \ \r s Our produce bins are loaded down with cool, crisp : ,

At The TabernacleThe \ garden-fresh, vitamin-rich vegetable . ...".. F r .
ti \ y \ thing you need for those healthy refreshing/ warmerti ,!
Laymans Convention at > b .t\V w weather taladi.' You'll cave / and ,. the Gospel Tabernacle last Sat- +a ? ,. you'shop for everything/ for the table at your Jit !',
when you go to urday was attended by delegates \ neyJungle.SPECIALS' -----r 1
from Jacksonville, Sarasota, Tampa \ + 1"
ind remember that : Fort Lauderdale, Starke and \ \ \ a >> Friday & Saturday April 16 17 s. ,

vote for Ed Fras- ? Green Cove Springs, besides the I \ __ 0- .__0.___.____ ,. '; j
Ohio State President and the Na-
a' protest against'' + I
y POTATOES 5 Ibs. 19c
a.Ao +.,
effort to take con- ELECTJ. ,

i of our State Govern-w x MAURICE N\\\
BANANAS lb. 9c''S '
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bt out of our hands.t I ,

>t legal technicalityich EDWARDS .
\ u -
| kept him from of- .
\ .
in 1916 no longer \ % j
doz. 1 ISe
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: .r iT

s 23c I )
1 Pint SWEET PICKLES \ \ '.

BE-ESEOT: 14 oz. G3bb' TMATO.CATSUP. 20c f\1 \ y\ x I. .- *,"!

EDWIN' G. (ED) FRASER 4 1 Pint Blue Plate MAYONNAISE 49c ..' i


CHUCK ROAST lb. 49c .
_IFolitlcal Adv. Paid for by Local Friends of Ed Fraser.) i 1 Pint WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE 22c r

No. 2 Can ORANGE JUICE . 14c Meaty SPARE RIBS, lb. 49c ;
eNO '
1 lb. Del Monte FRUIT COCKTAIL 43c '
Quality FRANKS, lb. 38c

TAX No, 2 Green LIMA BEANS 28c //

gasoline/ for fishing boats Size! PALMOLIVE, 2 for 23c Rib & Brisket STEW, lb. 39c tRegular

f" (form equipment, says YOUR Armour Shortening*, 1 lb. 37c 'l .. ,

Armour Shortening, 3 Ibs. >.08
28c } ,Le

Dist. 3 (So. Starke) ;I 12 oz. 16c; Armour Shortening, 4 Ibs. 1.44LARGE


HI'lor ida's Candidate for Governor Born and reared In Itrailfnrd I i 34c 24 oz. Pkg. DIXIE LILY PRODUCTS------

L.his' "I' shall! do everything In my power as Governor to correct your County.county VVaa road an engineer building on I i0PE RICE 39c 5 Ibs. MEAL 5 Ibs. GRITS
nusl | ,. do not -
.TT. fj .. boats'and farm equipment use thereby qualified to I ( )
+IIr .
. highway Intoneioel our H h-
| sy Um for which this tax I* know your rood problem
IW and farm laduslrics and othor aon-bighwar gasoline us.r Practicing engineer for 19 39c 55c
b* .neoutagod by lilting this tax. year Engineering. d v I ee Vanilla Wafers.

I r"I! and will help entire County.
Warren the aged
roads. He wants .
means It when
*, mrs h. Will; aBh nc.. the (tnllrm to get. a real: brat. HEAVY: TAX PAYER' roc: A Complete Line of BABY FOODS
"'le Health
"'sla expanded
ol <,UH the people. of through <"> Vitally Intereafil In Your Tall:
arid and Welfare Program provide
: I to opposed to Dollar
III.ral .al.s Q. ing better old age assistance. Am For Hotter County-Wide
a tax. H. Wants And when he Is your Governor
r elurnthe I Drainage
State 10"pine tree woe have to "se. BRING

|,'o.s Selo f Y through an. ..Ueoany on you.to ..."Fuller Warren. CAPABLEPROGRESSIVE US I I
livWi **!allon program. H. His door win be open 10.every
," bolter Iarm-lOjnariet cttUen ol Florida YOUKEGGS : _e '
j*. 0.1 QUALIFIEDYour a "' .II 'Mil ""

Vote & Support Will 4' y ,

IN WITH WARREN Ba Appreciated CONNER BROS. West Call Street Starke, Florida 4 '

(geld Pots Adv.) .

CoWxal _iv,paid for by,;s..* 4tf MUr Worrwi) I I '- I,

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of the Florida Theatre Sunday Jean, the man who returns to tell Ellis in Worthington Springs Sun one from 9 to 16 years) of age
Tyrone PowerIn with Tyrone Power In the dashIng her that he and Paul had been day afternoon. Mrs. Edwards inclusive* la) invited to attend. ELECT. .
Florida Film role of Pedro de Vargas, high. fellow prisoners of the Germans. spent Tuesday with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long: and
; spirited ion of an aristocratic' When Paul turns up, very much Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Norman of daughter, Mary Ann of Starke,
c,> "Captain From Castile", a tech-I family who fell Into the clutchesof alive, a desperate battle between Vanderbilt.Mr. were visiting his parents, Mr. and ALBERT L. CROSBY ,
of the best- the Inquisition. Forced to the two men takes place and one and Mrs. C. C. Dees of Ala. Mrs. E. C. Long Sunday. lid |J
nlcolored presentation leave his homeland, he finds glory of them meets his death over a chua were guests of Mr. and Mn.O. TO
selling novel, comes to the screen and true love with the army of cliff.' W. Barry Sunday. ATHLETES FOOT GERM SUPERVISOR

the conquistadors.On Miss Carson Is ably supportedby Albert Surrency, who- has,been KILL IT IN ONE HOUR. OF REGISTRATION
jkp-1 the screen the story emerges Richard Hart and Robert ill, is much Improved at. this writ- YOUR 35e RACK BRADFORDCOUNY i
In scenes of breathtaking sweep Mltchum.Brooker. If not plMMd. Th. *mrm'Kyyf, DEEP. ,
Ing.Mrs. LY. To kill. Ie, meet RI: It. Cet -
The horrors of also
excitement. O. W. our
and . Barry on TE-OL at any drug .to.; A STRONG Qualified
SHOTGUNS the Inquisition; the pulsating ex sick list, is feeling better now. unalelda.. nrnda. .with..l....90. %K..'oohol.r. Carl' .ItiNETRATta. DependableWtrt1
citement of Cortez' call to arms; The RA and GA's met Monday "UT ". )
the fiery romance of Pedro and night in Brooker Baptist Church. HOOII DRU GSTORRSAVE VETERAN OF WORLD ,

3 ., RIFLES Catana are brought to vivid Helen After singing several hymns, .................. ELECT AN OFFICE MAN TO AN OFFICEb w
life on the screen against richly By Barry classes to study the step work )
rI 22 CartridgesSHORT :detailed settings of rare splendor. . . were held. The next meeting will CIVIC ACTIVITIES PERSONALLocal

I Jean Peters a screen newcomer, IIIRTHDAV DINNER: be Monday April 26, and every- Mt1vso Baptist Church Born Sept. lo,
LONG makes her debut In the role of HONORS FOURA Legion Raked in 19,5American
!Catana, and Cesar Romero Is birthday dinner honoring the NOTICE OF SALT Bl1IIdrol'1!C
AND LONG : .. at
Veteran of Wars llroo
superb as the wild and awash- birthday anniversaries of Mrs. On Friday, April SO, JD.. M Foreign and U. of r,
buckling Hernan Cortez. Mandy Lewis Mrs. Rural Dukes, 1948 at the hour of 10:00 o' : : I.O.CVF. F.
I Dramatic Triangle ,Miss Jacqueline Green and A. L. clock A. M. 'and at the South National Guard WAR SMI: VICE
Green, Jr., In the home : HELP YOUR COUNTRY... :
Greer Carson offers a brilliant was given front door of the County Court
acting portrayal In "Desire Me", '{Jf Mr. and Mrs: T. W. Markey HOUM In Starke, Bradford, : MIL ..YOURSItriThar : .. U. S. Marines
s CLOSE Sunday.In Florida, I will offer at : HE STANDS FOR ,Oct. 21, 19S9-si-pt.li]
RED playing at the Florida next Tues : il still a very rtttl need 1,
} Saturday April 17thSee day and Wednesday. Miss Carson decorating for this four-fold public sale the property for- .. for every ounce of uied' fat we Efficiency At Pearl harbor Dfti
Is seen In the role of Marlse, a occasion Mrs. Markey used a pro- nerly known as the Humphrey, .can aalvat it greater The today worldwidehortage than Time of Jap Sneak At
That You Are Flower Pots French girl. Believing her sol fusion of carnations. Tourist Home located at the ever before. Pi.......keep : Courtesy Tarawa Marlannaa J1
QUALIFIEDWill dier husband, Paul, to be dead, Guests Invited to be with the Northeast Intersection of Call, : laving and turning S.in Yrat your uaed :. Fairness to ALL 'Other Campaign
kitchen t.ta. P.
4" to 13" Diameter the succumbs to the attractions of hosts and honorees on this joyous and Broadway Streets In the. : S do get paid for them ..and you .
occasion were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. City of Starke; also the House I a you know how ready cash Give A Qualified Combat Veteran A Chance
I Appreciate Your Lewis, Malcolm Lewis. Allen and Lot fronting on Broadway, i : count today.Keep : Serve You '
15c w. C.T.V.. Lewis, Mrs. Iva Mae Lewis and Street and extending to Christian :
In Used Fats I
children, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Street on the West; also AI'PRECl\
R. A. Green, Jr., and children Annette, Household Furnltuie In Building a. AurlcM Fit Silnn Corttlii. Inc. : ... _._, (Paid Political, Adv.)
: -
To $1.75Saucers Stanley and John William, Mr. *. ...ls..... .eeeeceeeecee.:
BobWEEKSCandidate "Liquor may have its. defenders tad Mrs. Rural Dukes and children Thl* property. may be Inspected -- ,
( ) Extra but no defense." Eloise, Gerald and Diane, : at all times. and will
Misses Mary Jo, Jacqueline, and be offered for sale to the highest -
For Barbara Jean Green and Kenneth bidders. I reserve the
Green, O. W. Rimes and son Billy to reject any and all "right '
.f A. f.
Bradford County I I Executor of the Estate of Dorr, TAXI IKS
your property for sale Mrs. Lottie Edwards and son I 1
Emma Jones, Deceased
with me. I have sold I
many Harry, were visiting Mrs., Mattle .. .." *
BradfordHardware pieces of property and have
Election Date many prospective buyers. A ', 'illlllilNIIINIIN14111111111111111144M4YIlaiull"" / "' ""' ''''''IIIIIpIY11MNWIMBIIN411I'' '' "Wa1WNW' DIUYWWNyIMgIdNIWIIININWYWYINII/aI1AINWYIINIWUIIIIIII'. '' ''', ''' / '' '/.INIIIIIWIW114111Y111"' "'.

May 4th 1913 Co. square fair commission deal .la guaranteed.Is all that I re-A Ii ELECT J. P. Jake) ROBERTS

(Paid Pol. Adv.) quire. As a member of the

., Realty assured Board that I you'wW represent may be YOUR YOUR USED I TIRESARE
I you to the best of my ability.N. .

{ D. WAINWBIGHT JR. Representative
I Realtor.I IPhone 154 .

Red Feather Dip ; WORTH MOREAT '

Sun. Mon. April 18 19 Kills On ContactAll FROM

"CAPTAIN FROM CASTILE"In Fleas, Lice! Ticks, on Duga.,

( Technicolor: ) Cats. Keep loaf In Perfect BRADFORDCOUNTY

Tyrone Power Jean Peters' Cesar Romero Condition ,
TueN. Weil. April 20 21 Guaranteed To Kill


Grwer Garcon Itobt. Mltcnum_ -:- Richard Dart| CATTLE]

.Thurs. Fri. AprU 22 23 Born and Raised

"The Last Roundup" Gene AutrySat. Sold FEED By&SISTRUNK SEED CO.ieaair. f On A Farm In \ \ We'll Buy All .llf

April 24 DOUBLE FEATl'KK Bradford CountyJ. t ,a Unused Mileage in

"Gunsmoke Ranch" The 3 Mesquiteers

And "Bury Me Dead" ] ; ; P. ROBERTS STANDS FOR: Your Present TiresYou'll

t Every Citizen In Bradford County

More State and Federal Funds for Roads In
"Why Not Erijo/The Beat? County'I I
Hardsurfaclng Main Lateral'Roads Throughout County l Be Amazed '

f M Better Publle School ',1 at the Liberal'
,3mItlUf More Adequate,School Lunch Program I

Increased,Old Age Pension ''I ,Allowance 'on New
I -
+ WOl iomn SAt snviciOooklng Pension* for All Over 60 Years of Age, Regardless -lll ,i\\ I

Heating Refrigeration I J. NO NEW TAXES of Their FOR Wealth ANY PURPOSE Vi! refont

+ FOR SERVICE CALL Spend the "'e
i Already Have With Common Sense
I E. T. Shull Flumbinsr & Heating Z'e-4uu CHAMPION!

LOCAL AGENT PHONE 144 A Vote For Me Is A Vote For YourOwn

Central Florida Gas & Applicance Co. ----- I, Best' Interests > 64c "74ue 9eatt'UJ..
.i I'I PAY ON ,/
Phone 3752 Trenton Fla.REFINEMENT. i
(PtL Pol. Adv.)
At Our Store --- Saturday April 17 125 V UP TO 60% MORENONSKID

in every necessary detail in a Service ANGLES
available locally and widely knownfor YOUR
its modest cost its wholesome

I 1 courtesy, and always tactful sympathy. II I:I SUPERVISORREGISTRATION OF ; r 1 FOR SAFER DRIVING.!

Put a New \

pf LIFETIME .. a Yi'7i
C. : 1. lie Is Capable.

i l "3TARKE! 'PHONE 7 : 2. He Is Experienced. I S5IKS -/,.. N11e. in Every |
I AMBULANCE SERVICE 1 S. lie Is Worthy. :
Funeral l Director :lieit trained and lie In. qualified *p r,.JNN It nAx NEW
I for the Job. ..
r C::.' Ideal funeral home enables us to : HA In honest ami truthful. a *- TIRE

i J offer conveniences and services not :, Self and family member
otherwise available. First Baptist! Church. Wife
I... Sunday School teacher
If elected he will hold the
X7. Ian lsb the highest: type service at tbe lowest prices aj| .
Job hlms..II."our
aecept'ANY life insurance! policy In force, Issued by ANY con Vote And Support On
pony as parment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation' May 4th Will BeAppreciated rlrfEOM
9 oaniea) no obligation. WOLVERINESHELL 0

(IM. Pol. Adv.) 149.50 1.55Qt.
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ELECT I Convtrtibl

i TOM D. BAILEY Frozen In Cake of Ice Take'up to TOP DRESSING'*

6 Months OlT.8farletopi a: |
STATE SEE JUDE SHOE will its HORSE.A"1 long To Pay and pr..r...
PUBLIC, INSTRUCTION bath clove.80ft and pliable. soft and>>Uabll.Vi. .

TWa amazlnir. teat at our store right now and
I BAILEY believes: r SEE learn why you never need Put UP with work.
that dry out still and hard
as a board. .
x t $fOn
That schools must educate for good citizenship: ; Here are coM facts for all you workshoe wearers! Soak OAf
a with full opportunities to learn to make a liv- or freeze.'em, day in and day out Wolverine Shell Horsehides'em I T//fo ,
woft stay soft. Excess POWER
V"i comfort LAWN ,
ing. excess wear, yet MOWERStop
actually costs less to
wear. Visit
.. us..see this demonstration. PASTE CLEANE''
f That special emphasis should b. placed a* all gr wearing yourself out!I Try this ollna-powerd
l vocational training- with adequate pnoIl ions for FREE Iatpaf Simple. enough for a child to operate. Economical, too. Baa AND WAX
nIE agrslnwb
} the Veterans Program and all Trades and Industrial aaJtlirettl.eeearol..p ballJIaIsr tt..Int
WORKSHOES Brim n.t Straiten
/j nr. motor.
Pnnetiuepiuof I
robber ,
Education y r Just estimate call.of Note the length sIze and of weight time of lee cake. Then figure out your tins.l9-lnch ctttttaB reel to adjnauw.from y to 2VrtaeU cut. P A Dq
required for the cake
I obligation Nothing to buy. to melt No
fe'I ) TOM BAILEY is experienced in the TOTAL r genuine:your figure Wolverine Is nearest Shell to the exact Register time your required estimate you'U with have ua a_pair and of It
} and adults. .. workaho FREE. _
school program for ALL children 1. ..
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\ BAILEY is BEST for our CHILDRENPaid Alvarez StoreEST. Firestone Home & Auto Supply

( far by frlenda of Tom Balky) 600 Temple Ave. J. P. ROBERTS Owner STARKER



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