Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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)lonel Is it Bradford that .whenever,; Colonel Scouting.Bradford.Is mentioned. Boy Scouts-are :I-Ii.: i.

'f t.hought) of first r Every town has Its one or two Boy Scout 'BRADFORD COUNTY.TELEGRAPH

I*".J no trouble at all getting good leaders while Girl Scouts !

eager and Interested' Scouting. yet the busiest woman
willing to be a leader.
one '

i re Is are the 20 only Olrl Scouts In Starke with Mrs. Edward Burns and Official CowztuPublicalion, Established In 181'1 ''t't: :'t

St. Mark' Auxiliary. There could easily Ii .
sponllored by : f t.

I 4wo troops If more leaders could be found. VOLU\IE! SEVENTY "4TAKKIC. FLORIDA FIUD\Y. "PRlL %S. 1848 NUMBER TWENTY.SEVEN' ih'i'ia : :f.I

''interesting and appealing work., The girls do not have toLl .

I to attend. They come eagerly each week anxious not to 19 & j flt ___ Tr _LHercules\ Loadine at Starke Again Outlook For Spring Crops Described ': ':l:;

8-.t _______________ rletr In May. If the BUADFOUD of this COUNTY TELEGltU'''. STARKE FLORIDA FRIOAY. APRIU 16. isis As Worst On Record; Everything LateStrawberry ':h fli) '

county .JSctrm. to the hljh office It elected l I promise to dls- flee I promise to put forth my best Unless such certificate

Political of IIlnoerlty of heart promise It .YOU. with all with charge fairness-the dutle.to all.of I solicit this 'office your vice effort.to to all render concerned conscientious ser eaten to law shall the be redeemed or uccordlnit certlfl. production dwindled to a mid-week low of If,. 1 : .l,::,

innouncements upon the caine high level a.'In run the support and Sincerely vote on May 4. -B. D (Duggar') Jones such certificate property or cert dem-rlbed Iflvntes will In 50 crates her? Wednesday and farmers appeared uncertain : '" I ."

I : 11I10 FOR PERIOD future I a. in the lIast.' W. S. (Uncle yours Walt, ) Sibley. be sold to the highest bidder at the $ $ a to whether the season was on the verge of fizzling out or "'I' r :.
earnestly solicit FOR IIDUHO door on the
your vote and JTSTICM OF PEaCE first Mon-
ITU. FIRST' PIWMAKY support and assure you that It FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER To the Democratic voters of day' 'In month of May 194S, which la. ..' would stage a comeback when plants begin. yielding heavily i' '4.
ADVANCE will be sincerely appreciated 1 hereby Bradford County) the) 3rd day of May, 194-1, 4 in the status of '
IN announce my candidacy again the next few daya. Muchdepends on '
[YUSLE -n J. (Romey) Andrews, for the office of County Com mi.- I hereby announce ns a candidate V,11.thl'!! lllly. of March 1948. c : : I.'I .
donor for District One (Lawtey) for Justice of the Peace, District (OFFICIAL 8ISAL) A. J. Thomas, the crop in North Carolina, it was said. If heavy (; .'.
von CLERK CIUCUIT COURT Bradford' One. I have. experience Clerk of' Circuit Court of rriuiront prouc. -I'
County, Florida. If as a pea.'e
.'on STATH SENATOR I am a candidate for re-election elected I promise to give faith .officer having served as onstahle County Florida. 3-30 4t 4-ltt ton is held off there for another two weeks it ; j;

announce my candidacy to the office ot Clerk of Circuit ful, .energetln and conscientious and Marshal. I am a World. War here a chance to supply the northern gve Jrj j ,
lite; hjuintor, from the 18th. Court. subject to the will of the service to this Important offlco. II veteran. If nominated by your 1'1 ('I 11(111' {;:;'7"1.: iiiitMarirurt't \In''oll _
Iris! VI trlct. I have always people In the next Democratic Pri I will at all times be ready to vote on May 4, I promise honest ('UI "'I"%'" FL ill In \h.. 1\: "'11 I,_ -- while longer yet and salvage ; '
t worked for the aid of old maries. confer and advise with Impartial service. Your vote sn4 I.. BIll': .
my con ;
1'lv:, people. 1 bellev In carekndln I am Indebted to the people of st tuents and In my duties as Com support will be appreciated. Lanren William, I'laln- something from an otherwise fil'f',1 : j \
and low tsxes.Ei this County for their friendship. missioner to carry out their will -Clarence F. Rhoden tiff, vs. James Joseph Williams a Absentee\ miserable season. l ;''I ,.$
,0cted.] I promise full. oonK support and encouragement. and and work for the best Interest of Defendant. Cue No. 114.16 Votin [- ,\
erv4oe to the best of If re-elected I will render faithful our district and county. Your sup FOR COI'NTY COMMISHIONKRUISTHICT OIIDKR OP PUBLICATION) [ \. Shipments from the mar [ Ir'',
I,' I .earnestly solicit\ service In the office and take every port will bo deeply appreciated. NO. S ANt NOT.CW; TO Al'I'EAR t .
i SIlty.and support subject to occasion for expressing my appreciation -.1. 11. MondsFOR I HTATH 01 .'LOI1IUto: Mr, ,3 Now ket here during the past week ;
Iraocratlo" Primary of Mayv4. of your confidence. for hereby County announce Commissioner; my candidacy of District James Joseph WlUlnms, whose renlilenirn l. Way totaled only 510 crates with < .

-A. J. Thomas. COUNTY COHMIOSIO'VER. No. 6, comprising, the ETooker i and address U: The Hotel 'I, ,;' t
Sincerely your friend. Itlc-hmoml hut' lalo.. New York. 4 prices averaging around $8. 'I:
FOR DISTRICT NO. ONE! and New River Precincts subjectto
Clarence A. Robert. It U with COUNTY plesmure JVDGB that I an- for I hereby the office announce my candidacy the will of th.. Democratic voters I April You SB,are IUI r..qll"In '"the'' to above appear named on : Absentee balloting for registered The week's gross receipts '". ,'I'

nounce to the good people of of County Commissioner In the Primaries In May. Court and Bradford who estimated at :
KATO of District cause wherein plaintiff tc County voters were. 94,063.73. I
OIL Bradford (I.awt..y) ,
County Florida, can- The vote and active aupport of seeks dlvor-e and ..
my restoration of '
didacy for re-election as your subject to the will of the votersof the voters In the district are earnestly maiden no ma. Brad. .ford County will be out of the county on May A total of 10.099 crates has : I \ '
County Judgrj. Am grateful to the this district In the May Pri solicited, and I promise ifriocted Telegraph snail 4. date of the first began ..
l Order primary, -
been from the 'it:
people I or this County: for their mary. If elected I shall give my to continue to dischargethe ;In next fotir et\IIu.t.\ : .. shipped county '
support In the past and have tried beat efforts to the discharge of my duties of the office In a fair Wltniss my hand and official ; Monday and will continuethrough since the late season opened a 'u; .I' I
duties '
to show unto you that I appreciate trict and for County.the benefit of this Dis. and Impartial ..manner as I have seal at starke Florida, this March midnIght of April 30. month> ago,. bringing; growers anestimated \ f '
your trust In me. If you reelect endeavored to do In the past. U. 19''
rWfc, m. the same consideration County Having Horn" served Trustee two In this terms Coun.as M. O. IIARRE1LUIN (OFVtciAI, SEAL A. J. Thomas, County Judge E. K. Perryman gross of 190,467.60. By : f:' J
for your Interest will be exhibited As Clerk of said announced, i"
Court. thIs week.
ty 1 feel I am well qualified this time last had ;< 1received
all In the past tn year
; your support and T. Frank Lnndrum
Starke.: Ida gor.
t be vote greatly In the appreciated.Gratefully comIng election. will give andY to the which servlcn they the are people entitled.desire FLOIIIUAI COI'ltT IIRADFOIIIICOI'Ty IN CIIAN- Atty. for I'lf. 3-26 4t 4-18 Any qualified elector, entitled around fOO from '.\il; I, I '

r vote and active support dutyAlma: to vote in Bradford County, la their berries 'I' 1 .
yours, will be Freeny Chntman Plaintiff iv CIIICIHT (''DIRT
highly appreciated. T
St. K. Ferryman, O. J. Phillips. vs.. Joe Chatman, Defendant. Cane (' (''NTY. FLORlUAl IN Cll.IN- eligible to cast an absentee ha!. Most(f out of town buyer were i'I i /
: County Judge. No. 0444 CHIt lot If he will be absent from the '
forced leave when volume ,J I
FOR rOt'XTY COMMISSIONER! ORDER OF PUBLICATION- Lougenla Smith, Plaintiff, vs. John t her Jt
FOR SWPKHINTR-VimilVT OF I>l.lrl<-( Nn. l (I.nvrtf7) AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Smith: Defendant., Case No 643S county on May 4. Absentee voting slumped between: crops": tw t f I

ruin.io i\/iitic'riov' I hereby announce my candidacy STATE OP FLORIDA: Joe ORI1ISR OF PUMLICATrON II done In the Courthouse officeof weeks However they (1',
I hereby announce as a candidate for the office of County Commissioner Chatman whose re..ldence Is un AND NOTICT3 TO APPEAR ago may n ,
for Superintendent of. Puhllo Instruction ; for District One (Lnwtey) known. 8TATM OF FLORIDA tn: John the County Judge who is cus- return when volume increases sufficiently : I I. i

of nradfnrd County. Flor subject to tha Democratic Primaries You are re'lulretn\ appear on Smith whose residence {s unknown tOlan. of the ballots until elec- if berries 't 'j if
'r 1 ida, In the May 1948 primaries. I In May. If elected I pro- Maya. 1948 In the above named, You are required to appear on Nor Carlna. f1' \
&m qualified for the office under mise faithful, conscientious and Court and cause\ wherein plaintiff April 29, 1948 In the above named day. but the balloting mustbe are still 'arke. : r
the new school law and pledge myialf. Impartial service in the discharge seeks divorce. Ifmdford County Court and cause wherein plaintiff performed before midnight, Track Outlook V I \ I>
If elocted to discharge the of my duties. Telegraph shall puhllxh this OrderIn seeks divorce. Hrndfanl County
duties of this office faithfully and Your vote and active support' next four weekly Issues. Telegraph shall publish this Order, April 30.Judge One grower described the 4: I;I"
with the best 'Interests of the chil will be greatly appreciated : Witness my hand" and official In the next four weekly lHntii. Perryman pointed out look for other spring t I 'J ,1
dren of Bradford County ever In -T. C. (Thee) Edward soul I nt starkn: Florida, this March Witness mv hand and ofriclnl I seal crops"n'J, J ll
mind. I further plcdire myself to 29. 1010 I at Ktarkp, Florida, this March, 23, that Bradford County registered the worst I've ever seen." :; I : f

,/ devote full ,time to the duties of FOR COUNTY COMMUMOXF.H (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 194H! voters can vote In any county on continuous rains during the \ '
thin office and he randy at all niHT.! o\n u.AWTKy) As Clerk r>f said' Court (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas, .
ti times to work with the people of I am a candidate for the office Kach If. Douglas, 33V.'. Ashley I$<'t. As Clerk of said Court. .- ,,. election day if they have their Ing season greatly curtailed acreage : I'
y this county for the welfare of of County Commissioner Dlst. One Jacksonville F" D K. Knight, Starke FIn. registration certificate In their and T. K. Mc- .' t r..
sr every child In the rounty. Tour (Lawtey), subject to the Democratic Atty. for Plf. 4-2 4t 4-23 Atty. for Plf. 3-20 4t 4-1A County Agent )1 I
( vote and support will be greatly Primaries In May. If elected, <8810n. The ballot of that Cane stated that 90 percent of .., ) f j.. !

appreciated. I will discharge the duties of the IN CIHCI'IT COI''I' .1I1.FOIIU) IN cmrriT con T. RIIAn"'OIlO particular county 'can be marked 'crop acreage had to \: I ;I
Harmon P. Morgan. office In a fair I and impartialmanner. CniNI'Y. b In
FI.OHIIIAI 'N' ( II<\' -
rOy announce my candidacy I served this district four COI'NTY. FI.OKIIl.tl IN CHANCKHY. ('IR: v.Itenrv as "Bradford County" and the planted twice or either not planted ,; I

I office of State Senator fromth FOR PERI'TJI1DF.'T years on the Board of Public Instruction Mary: Louise Snmpley Dopher, Albury, Plamtlff V8. IIll1r"I"ne. names of local candidates written until late An expected ;
[ Senatorial District com '
I'VSTIIICTIO'VI and I am qualified to give .. Alhury Defendant Case No. :.30
1 Bradford and Union Coun. wish to announce that I am acandidate the people of this district the service Plaintiff VH Walter Conrad I> 6116 I in. acres of sweet corn has been I. t t. '
Jr., Defendant. Case No. 6150
Ind lal pher
If 1 to
elected prom ) II
Illy perform the duties office Cnunty School for re-election Superintendent.ns your I Your they vote are and entitled support to.will be ap- ORDER PITtfLtCATION ANI ORDER NOTICE OF PtTBLICATION TO APPEAR I Only servicemen are entitled to to around BOO -about half of 1 't Jf Ii

| to the best of my ability.vote am vary grateful to the people of preciated. BTATH AND NOTICB OF" FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Walterfonrnd HTATH OK FLORIDA to: Maria cast their ballots by mall. Judge last year's 1,000 acres. Some of : I
and lupport will bo Bradford County for the privilege Carl Prevatt. K linos. i Albury whose, residence. Is .
who Is out of the '
1 appreciated. of servlnnr them during my first 4. Dopher Jr., whose restdonee unknown. e hercules Powder Company ferryman said Servicemen It jUt ground, about .n!

Respectful'yours.' torm In office. FOR rOTNTY COMMISSIONER. "' You Is are unknown.required to appear on You 'are required to .I ppenr. on rom truck to railway ear on are registered an voters In FlorIda a hand high, while other Is knee 5 .1"::1'! |. I II'D I

O. FRED ANDREW. !:! You can be proud of your school HIST. 1 (I'AWTEYI Slav 3rd. 191 IK, In the above namedCourt April 28, 1948 In the .above named, ShoUld write the of high./The corn season usually : .f
system" -It Is the result of combined .As In Court and cause wherein plaintiff {p. Thestumpu. are whipped Secretary
previous announcementfor and wherein
OR 'TATB IIENATOR efforts of all.I County my Commissioner In District xeeks divorce.cause, Hradford plaintiff County seeks divorce. Itrudfnrd. Cnuntv Into naval store 'Hercules State at Tallahassee for their bal extends from the first of May .; I, .:! :

.! CITIZIC\ OK IIRAUf'ORD respectfully solicit your vote One (Lawtey) I promised. It Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn ,Telegraph shall publish tills OrderIn lots. through the middle of June "Butwe'll r I''
t''fIO: COV.NTIBSl and support during the coming next four weekly Issues. 1 after almost a ,
elected to give fair and Impartial, next four weekly Issues.Witness t on April II J
taking this means of anft election, and If re-elected to this service to all. I will cooperatewith I Witness my hand and officialseal l have, very little corn In May \ I,
position I will continue to. serve my hand and officialseal at Starke, Florida, this March ange, which I Is a c'onvell.ncf I 1
to you that I am a can. the voters and taxpayers In I at Starke Florida, this 1st of this ,season. the County Agent I'.
for state Senator from Brad. you with fidelity and fairness.Arthur this District for the benefit of our 24. '1048 rations In thin at i, wallty Station .
Ind Union Counties to suoJiyself. McRae. DI'Irlct.and! County.I April 1945.OFFICIAL, (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. are'- Filing ? _, say. Corn acreage of all types t H. I
( SEAL) A..J. Thomab,
I promise that when FOR SUPERVISOROF -- wish to take this opportunityto As Clerk of said Court. J', C. Durrance As Clerk Law of said Exchange Court. of railway car*. A com Loses :Inc *% .field corn. Is. estimated .. 'I #

-olect between me that our there two counties will be HEGI1TRATIOV your thank support each being and every rendered one and for John J. Henderson, Esq., St. Augustine nidir., Jacksonville Fla. ,he,wet weather had consldr Cash In at froOL JOOO: to ,1300 acres. *, i.'" ,1: '

will continue'to I hereby announce my candidacy for Its continuance. Fla. Atty. for Fit. 3-20 41 <-18I HoldUp ot. I ,: :, '
represent. for Supervisor of Registration for Atty for Plf.. 4-2 4t 4-83 ,tumpus..but that .D halt h t. around 170 acre \
|unty the same a. the other Sincerely.' 8 '
laf 1 have In the past. I am Bradford County and ask flrC vote Bill Lane. Hellbronn. IV CIRCUIT COI'RT- BRADtI'ORUCOUNTY. I IN fincurr coriiT. \IJFOIIII th a loading shop and( k lea Rf. C. Thomas, proprietor of tad been sold through 't !i

every man. woman, andor and support.- If elected, FI.OIlIO.4l. CIIAN- ('011'1'1'FJ.oIIIU", IN Of "h the market growers have a 'jlu 'jl\HII '
CIIAIt- above J. Cole ,
| their support and I want out the duties of said" office to the FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER! tEStY.Clemontine. CKIIY.William: irane L > City Limit Orocery and r'r'I
know that I will apprecl- best. of my ability. Thanks.our ttlmtrlft No, I ll ln. Temple Ave., and lit I stand on only 50 acres. Acreage ( ::1

from the bottom of my T S .rrommle( frIend{ ) Williams. In announcing my candidacy for vs. Clifton Greene Defendant.Case tiff vs. Iluth Harrlnruii' VVcutnury, Staton.. was hit over the and of other crops string beans.. ;
County! Commissioner District One, eye I
No. 6449.ORDER Defendant c'line No (Hill
I Sincerely Lawtey, I wish to urge everyone peas squash and 1 ,.\
your friend OP_ PUBLICATIONAND ().--.J'TTI"LH'ATION' knocked out Sunday afternoon about Fordhok pep
Charley. E. JohnS.FOR OF eligible to register and vote. Choo.eyour Formed of :
After he takes -
. SHERIFF I hereby announce my candidacy office man support carefully.him to make a "good OF FLORIDA to: Clifton :: OF ) {.It'b*<,:' IluthBurrlneau the normally would have been. ti 4 ;
for Supervisor of Registration for Greene, whose residence Is un- Wosthury residence I Administer Camp men."rove a 19XS Ford Into .
o voters of Bradford County commlsnloner. If he falls short -
f ; known. I IM unknown. ''
Bradford County subject to the will to him and make him gel on station' and asked for gasoline 'J
iih to announce my candl- of the people In the May Primary.I go You are required to appear on You are renulreil to appear cm Field I'
">r the office of Sheriff of the job. In this .manner we can May 10th, 19t8, In the above named Former Air When Thomas told them' he dldn' .
was raised and schooled In Bradford May 3rd, 1948, In the above named '
ourselves to better roads
|rd County subject to the County and am a veteran of drainage help etc. Court and cause wherein plaintiff Court and cause wherein plaintiff have any and. turned to reenter Red Sox Win ; 'f :
ptlo primaries in May. If seeks divorce. llradford. County!
World War II. If elected I promise If elected I will do best tocooperate seeks divorce. Bradford County i the Keystone f
J my
to this high of shall this OrderIn organizaton. the station struck him. : !
place raf'Hlty to perform the duties of thuoffice fairly with Interested Telegraph' shall publish this OrderIn Telegraph puhllxh they ,
everyone formed '
I win do my best too to best of ability and toshow next four weekly Issues.Witness next four weekly Issues ,tan Foundation wan
|ii, people. of this my In the progress of our Witness hand and official sent Thomas stated that the men '
county a .. my last From Bullets 9-6 '
I my appreciation for the confidence county. my hand and official seal. [cystone Heights Friday ;
pronreaalve, honest nt of .
Florida, this 7th
Impar. placed In Your vote Htarke took a containing about ;
me. pocketbook
J P. Sullivan at
Ti'l'I fuarleas administration of Htarke Florida, this' tat of April, April 1946.OFFICIAL. the purpose of devef -
J".. I and support will be appreciated. nt. 1. Box 84. Lawtey' Fla.efiOR 1945. express from his and :
earnestly solicit ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas $3 person,
your Albert 1. Crosby, Jr. the former Keystone Army : .f
lid (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. Thnmas, ,
support As Clerk nf snld Court f
emptied the cash register In the The Btarke Red Sox avenged k
As Clerk said Court.
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D. fPet> Reddish. L. John J Henderson Esq.Ht. Field as a religion, Irlula. I I .
FOR TAX ASSESSOR ,[ hereby. announce my candidacy John .1. Henderson Ksq 8t. Augustine Fla. station of around $n.I their two defeats of the (
Augustine' ,
FOR I am a candidate for lection to for County Commissioner of f)1-l, Fla. il, and recreational centc previous ,rt I
t h.i vltliens iIFRtrr of Bradford the office of Tax Assessor of Brad trlet'Thre. (South Starke). Your Atty. for Plf. ..3 4t 4-23 Atty for Plf. 4-8 4t 4-30 Foundation, I Is Incorporated I Thomas is offering a reward to week at the hands of the Green ,I r
ford County subject to the vote of vote and support will be greatly '
il the people In the next Democratic appreciated. I IN: CIRCUIT COt'RT. BRADFORD. iv cuicvrr conir, IUIAIIFOIIU charter members said JJulgley anyone finding the pocketbook Cove Navy Bullets last Sunday by :rI1\\> 11
<> announce my candidacy Primaries -Ira Wilson COI'NTY.' "FI.OHIIJll Silt'b.. 1 valuable coming out on top of the ;: : I
which contained
paper .
office of Sheriff and COUNTY. F1.0RIUAI I.N: CHAN. CKIIY.Dorothy. of Starke, who wa

'during f my appreciation. of assure your On the, baslff I feel of education that I am and well experience FOR COUNTY' COMMISSIONER C.lty.Annie: Lou. Wilson, Plaintiff vs. Huntley Urnnt, Plaintiff ,ed treasurer of the organon. and Identification cards. He think score 9'f 4'f l" /. '

''t the; the campaign and qualified to serve and If elected I District Three Marlon Ernest WllHon Defendant. vs. Joseph Hubert. Ilrant Defendant' the men likely threw the pocket Fussell and Joe Watkins I
1948' Primary Election. will perform the duties of the office I hereby announce my candidacyfor tU.e No. 6435.ORI'ER Case No. 6463.OltOElt
decorated with the batteries for the Sox while
which a u
County Commissioner book was ) t't 4 I
the office of
In fair and Impartial OP FUnLICATTONAND recent .
an efficient air bane, which was '
h n"'W of the State of manner. of District No. Three comprising NOTICE! TO APPEAR NOTICE TO APPEAR le I cowboy picture, out of the car Waddell and Talley pitched and \\i I ;
and have lived Bradford thtf South Starke Precinct, STATE Oh' FLORIDA to: Joseph urned over to various Chris '
I earnestly and sincerely solicit STATE OF FLORIDA to: Marion. Larson for the Bullets. \
for several Robert ITant.. whose resIdence Is after removing the caught .
years. I have subject to the will of the votersIn ca.1. ,
Ernest Wilson whose residence' In Is for the use
1 I the your vote and : Pani', H C, ami associations, .
Naval Charleston
of the office. support.Quy the Primaries In May. If elepr- I Grim of the Bullets took
South Main 't
Street Hum berg, South
Iflven!! the honor of election. Andrews.FOR ed I shall. continue to give my very Carolina.You whose address Is % Earl Ilrant. fll all Christian organIzaton.. Snuf 'o. I Iwhie
pertnrm the dutle. to the best efforts to the discharge of my halley eH.I I Dorchester Terrace, Heilbronn Clubs btlng honors with three hits j
m)' ability. TAX ASSESSORI duties. It has been my pleasureto are required' o appear on Naval Dane, C. Quigley explained Buddy Bishop made a three .; ,
-D. II. Smitty) Smith take thla method of announcing serve In this capacity for the April in, 194A In the above. namedCourt You are required to appear on Mtv rovcment will enable the, Will &,
and base hit and Watklns
and t
wherein Sponsor
for re-election to the office of past seven year. and I feel like I cause pialntif'fseekS 10t h. 1048 In the above ham..1Court mdfl to be used for schools, I Geiger ,
Foil ShERIFF Assessor of Taxes promising, youthat can continue to give my people the divorce. Bradford County and cause wherein plaintiff stitches taken under his eye when : i J'
,7 announce for the office If .re-electod I will continueto service they desire and to which Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn seeks fllvoreu. Hradfurd County. ] 'entlons, recreation, and a* an Chicken SupperThe .
made two base hits
of next four weekly Issues. apiece. :
Bradford County sub- discharge the duties of said office they are entitled. Telegraph" shall publish thin OrderIn ,
' the will' of the voters In In an efficient fair, and Impartial Tour vote'and support will be Witness my hanI, and official next four weekly (smies. Base. Home Demonstration Club Mae McOriff had. to have two : i ,
wocratlo Primary appreciated. seal at Starkti, Florida. this March Witness. my huml and official elected to hold office .
tad. I win. make Ofyoa'n": manner. -J. L. Wynn. 21. Itlft sen! at Htarke Florida, this 7th of )hers and PTA of llHllbronn will jointly he missed a fast, high ball In th ; ..t't'i, ; '
,, and' that Is to make you Your vote and assistance In the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..J. Thomas. April. 1945.tOIt'FICIAL! the Foundation were: A. C. Bth. ;.I
the beat officers have coming election Is earnestly solic FOR COIT TY COMMISSIONERHIST. As Clerk of said Court. xpnnnor an outdoor chicken supper .
you SEAL) A. J. Thomas Van VVert, Ohio, prrnl I
ael. ited. THHKH (NO. !erC11KE> Zarh IF. Douglas, Jacksonville, Fh As Clerk nf snld Court. fort, Wednesday evening April 28, for Next Sunday the Red Sox will A'' t''
fP.. (Buck) Jones. -E. W. Hayes.FOR I hereby announce my candidacy Atty. for Plf. 3-2 4t 4-18 ;; Walt Malone Tltusvllle.[ of at travel to Ralford to play the I J I
Commissioner from District John J. Henderson, Esq. the benefit Improvements
FOR II II F.ltlFF TAX COH..KCTOR for County Three (South Starke) subject NOTICE] OF APPLICATION. FOR Ht. Augustine Flo 'Ida. 1st vice president; tlllly the Hvllbronra SchooL prison boys at 2 p. m. :' .}.tf' '\
Bradford County: f-9 4t 4-30 2nd Servin& :
Mh t..' announce mv candidacy To the people of to the will of the Democratic voters TAX liBEl: ) Ally. for Plf. ham Minneapolis Minn.. .4if.1 '
rift ot I hereby announce my candidacyfor election of May 4 will begin at 7:30: p. m. 'I
, Bradford County sub- In the primary house Hill No. tunyNOTICH president; and Roland Stoker,
the Democratic arlmarlesl the office of Tax Collector of I am a lifelong resident of Bradford 1M 1IKKEHY OIVE.V, Pliat IN:1 CUM;I'll'' COntT BRADFORD school grounds.. Lion Aid Band .. .
l It V ele..ted I will discharge of Bradford County In the May 4th County; a business man; and L. (1 Powell the holder. of the following COUNTY. FI.OIULMl IN ClItN- rlotte, N. C., secretary. I All candidates are Invited to 'J
le8 the office to the best Primary Election. I feel that my feel that my experience as county certificates has filed said (111W.: ",j' I
,.blllly., and I earnestly solicit' many year of experience as DeputyClerk engineer and project engineer with certificates for a tax dead to be Bernard F*. Grant, Plaintiff vs speak, The' High School band furished,1(: \
an''.."PPort of all the and In other clerical positions the State Rood Department will be Issued thereon. The certificates Durlce U Hewitt. Grant, Defendant.Case rs. Viola Morgan the entertainment at the regular I I Imeeting j'
pr of responsibility: amply qualify valuable In helping me to solve the numbers and yearn of Issuance, the No. 0445ORDER ,
P.lSNu'i.7'OREEN: : me for this office, and If elected I road construction and drainage: description of the property, and OF PUBLICATION tried In Conner I Godwin Is SpeakerAt of the Lions Club Wednesday : ;1

pledge my full efforts to dischargethe : problem. of the County. A. a prop the names In which It was assessed" AND NOTIfPl TO APPEAR evening of last week at the ,
FOR !!"IIFF duties of said office with creditto erty owner, I am vitally InterestedIn are as follows: STATE OF FLORIDA to: Dunce .
.by an"ounce my all.I lower taxes and economy In our Certificate No. 243 Year of Issuance I.. Hewitt Grant whose residenceIs fru. Viola Morgan 65 died Rotary Club Cathollo USD building The lion '., ,

otttt'" nt Sheriff candidacy of Brad- will appr.clat. your support county "government.I 1(40Description' unknown.You day, April 11. at her home In made a donation to the band for r '
lint,. sUbJ"ct to the during the campaign and your vote want you to know that I will of Property RK of are required to appear on Greater emphasis on the rehabilitation "
Tn.cratl" 1 the will of on election day. appreciate your vote and support RWU\ of NKVi Sec. 11 Twp.. t S. R. May 10, 1948 In the above named nato where Ihs had resided purchasing: new Instruments. .
'l' rtlnn5 Sf'Tay" pri- Sincerely yours, on May 4. 82 El. 20 acres. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff of "first offenders"wi (
In thin' Position' of 19411.high It R. A. Weeks. .1. MaurIce Edw.rds.;!= Name In which assessed Unknown ; seeks annulment o f alleged. the past 2 years. follow I In the wake of con. -
'thy and truat.- I ic- : marriage. Bradford County Telegraph native of NahunU Oa., Mrs. r'-a--ss rras'srrrrr s-as ,
the dll"" will di.- Certificate No. 17. Year of Issuance shall publish thla Order In of the state prison "y.tem's .
and ot thu. office In FOR TAX COLLECTOR FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER lived In the Hetlbronn Owners )
Impartial 1941.De.criptlnn. next four weekly 'gan unit the ;
) ,
SOUTH STARKE! proposed new .i
manner. Tour DISTRICT 3 (
"I, 'etive To the people of Bradford County: candidacyfor of WH of Witness my hand and official seal 1 section of Bradford Coun-
support WIU' ". I am a candidate for election to I hereby announce my prnr"rtYI this March 30, Ings Correctional Institution
.I'pr..lat..d. from District 8W'4 of NK"4 I 8. R. at Htarke Florida. Appalacht
-T. C. ( the office of Tax Collector subjectto County Commissioner 13 R. 20 acres.Name 1946. for 30 years before moving membersof
Clayton I ama Chattahoochee.
Starke) at
) Crawford. the will of the people In the Three (South SEAL) A. 3. Thomas r
and life-long resident of In which asssssed A. O. (OFFICIAL i her husband Frank Morgan : !
next Democratic primaries I ha.ehad native Iknow Rogers An Clerk of said Court. the Starke Rotary Club were (
Ahv Foil! !'HKRI.. 1' several years' experience various indealing Bradford the County needs of and my feel district that and All of; said property. being In the Evan T. Evans. Law Exchange Palmetto. She wan a member! told Wednesday by J. O. Gdwin. I J
r 8h.H01ln a. a candl- In real estate and of Florida of Christ.
and the county at large. If the vot.rahonor County of Bradford Bldg., Jacksonville, Fla. .he Church I t
to ,1,1' Bradford County other Jobs of responsibility with election to this cf- Atty. for Plf. 4-1 tt 430um I Assistant Superintendent
Democratic PrlmaP'tal feel that I am Qualified for till me esides her husband she Is urid State Prison. .

e by three daughter, Mrs C. Mr. Godwin also stated that WARNED ,'!
.. -
s, < ') w** w
was no tinea 'last wee: "t. rorgot tables tnem 'cxx 'r". f in"y rare Wood type AB for Mrs. |I Rep. Emory H. Price of the district, are :urged o'-tie-.j; : W. Norman 'Jackaonvllle; Mrs.Mrs. funds have been appropriatedfor Fr.,t_ssrrr Sr sss rrrrr a-irs ,r PV:

ahe',1 passed the stringent rode 35 minutes for 20cf, The Beulah Prescott of Starke, now Second Florida congressional Dis- Officers of the League are H. Hub.r Jen en. Delaml: and a separate woman's prison

'*''ana I even though here, to another H C. W Belcher Long Island, N. Y.: constructed at The Mayor H. c. warns the j
nurses' exams she spent lunch was grand ill In Shadycrest Hospital trict. seeking re-election J. Blount. president; Aaron to be Ocala Wal
hectic cake three I five sons. Ottls Morgan of Ruskln. will make possiblethe public that all d. found ', ,.t
days takln' last' month they were short one wait made Wednesday by hr I two-year term will bring Holly. vice-president: A. O. Jenkins two new units .
, A'. and Smith got real Mrs. and Roberts Clyde Morgan, Plant City; Har-i, of "first offend, roaming at large subJ .
B's. She's now Seems as If Billy children. Herbert Prescott. hU. campaign Into Lawtey secretary; Stella\ segregation b

Proud holder of the license smart and baked a cake to take and Miss\ Dorothy Butler Saturday. April 24. treasurer; Ceo. H. Little council mon. and A. Cancelmo Morgan er." and women prisoners from .'c-t to being shot. 1
Irene McFay Lake both of Palmetto, and Ferrel Morgan of criminal Thee "a .t. that poHeefta L'
rtificate of A-I .He kept It with him i A. Crum. chaplain. the more hardened type .
a genuine :along at 10 man; and C. )
wed nurse k Ovid Lewis on the bus and some of the boys Prescott. all of Starke. He will speak at Lawtey J'atengooi*, Mrtm.Jane one I INter 'I the speake atrf. It Is be- *'.. t.1 t attenipt ,' & ,

lIle he's resigned lute position got .. little hungry on the way up S*, far, Mr, Ptertoit tsted, I A&C.: 'trie* at take Butler at 'Infant Welts Mrs. Florence Lowe of' lloved that this wi add Impetus t_ take alive ,
the> 'Vet Adm. and U evttent- and dived in with thelf Hand t 11 I only! m *tSon with the fare li:30: A. 'M.CARD. Atlanta Oa. to the program rehabilitation. sad pi' them In th pound, 4 I

Doting his time and taJenU You can Imagine what the cake blood type has been located. Mr. Mallon Lamar Well" Infant aon Funeral services were held. Wednesday Godwin praised the work that but I they cannot b caught, .

impaigning for the re-election looked like after they all got a entered the hospital last i OF THANKS of Mr. and Mr M. C. Wellls of afternoon at 2 o'clock In has been carried on at the prH- they", will be shot. ;

athan Seniors are Prescott many died; Sunday In tho Shady than a quarter of 'e do not want to kill any t .
Mayo In Bradford. handful The ail We wish to thank our Starke, on for more
''In Sunday with a gall bladder I Funeral services the Starke Church of Christ with "humanitar one's dog. but complaint have 4 q
anl chaperones. Uo pltal. its two
Baker counties .. grateful to their friends who have shown by their creat a century by '
' that David Haines and Principal Chas. Part l. Senior I ment. of klndnew *ere held Monday afternoon at 3 Rev. Hunton of Palmetto officiating ian .uprlntendent. J. B. BUtch ..h au. a> peak that we '

13' Clyde :assistance and acts the DeWltt C. Jones Conner Cemetery and gaveIt wIl to (10 l no unless i
Hendern a couple of 4- Ellen Law, Mrs. I, o'clock In nurtal was In and L CJapmn". b '
r.oIda Sponsor and CONVENTION aympathy during the lengthy W. J. Church- Prison! ) kekep them at 't4
made an unscheduled Priest. Mrs. ).f. M. Morgan SINGING their with Rev. under the direction of DeWltt as hi. opinion a tle on

'diUol\ out to Conway Air Mrs. Shellle Hall for making this I County Singing Illness of :our husband and Cap. of the First MethodIst I Commission should be, established liume..the Mayor said."One .

'C Saturday' possible Incidentally I The Bradford especially those wno.* officiating. later C. Jones. to Insure the continuance of person was bitten by a ,

l' afternoon ? memorable day Convention will hold an all-day father meat Cuch the family lot In Active pall bearers were E humane In the tray dog this week ansi vre- i4
chaperones their
Well the making It program l
after 8 hear
about now
'I.. )before dark fun If not more meeting at the Brooker Baptist I contributions are Crosby Cemetery. Besides hla I Prevatt. Mark Rltch Guy Edwards years to, come. lat afford to have ay more- .
the _
frantic.familiesof had as much Dinner poaslble! for his atay In tbe hospital. survived by his M. C. Introduced ; of this kind' Mayor .
'Nind where Seniors! I I Church. Sunday. April 25. parent he L Earl Edward, The speaker was byfJunlua trbl
they wera than the Walter -
I Walter Stlcox Mr, 8. had chargeof concluded. u.li
Mrs. and
-- will be served on the ground and .- grandparent Mr. L [Thomas and Ressle Thomai.S M. Smith, who Wal

'IC! lit to bTaTl for now .. Silcox. Jr.. Ceraldine Hazen. Hutto. the program. -
Memories were S4'ftn1l nut: everyone Lt welcome. l
*ht "' tzt the I ,
See you
back in chatting'with So lone -Carolyn I V ; '
.er -
and Mare\ Lajone: and May 0 e Ifetin'
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of the Florida Theatre Sunday Jean, the man who return to tell Ellis jn Worthington Springs Sun' one from 0 to 16 yean of age I ..... .. ""
Tyrone Power with Tyrone Power In the dashIng her that he and Paul had been day afternoon. Mrs. Edwards inclusive Is invited to attend.

In Florida Film role of Pedro de Vargas high fellow prisoners of the German, spent Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and "f.... Gene Long and ELECT .

spirited son of an aristocratic When Paul turns up. very much Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman ofVanderbllt. daughter Mary Ann. of Starke

"Captain From Castile", a t ch- family who fell into the clutches alive a desperate battle between were visiting his parents, Mr. and ALBERT L.

nlcolored presentation of the best of the Inquisition. Forced to the two men takes place and one Mr. and Mra. C. C. Dees of Ala- Mrs-' E. C. Longr Sunday. CROSBY

selling novel, comes to the screen' leave his homeland ha finds .glory of them meets his death over a chua were guests of Mr. and Mra.O. ToS.UPERVISOn ,

and true love with the army of cliff. W. Barry Sunday. ATHLETES FOOT GERM

the conquistadors. Miss Carson is ably supported Albert Surrency who has been KILL IT IN ONE HOUR. OF

On the screen the story emerges by Richard Hart and Robert til, is much improved at. this/ writ- YOUR 35e BACK.If REGISTRATIO

In scenes of breathtaking: sweep Mltchum.Brooker. Ing. oat pl....... Tb* ..rm "><** DEEP DRADFORD COUNty

and excitement. The horrors of. Mrs. O. W, Barry also on our L Y. To kill It. you must REACH It. CtITEOL ,
.t any drug stor. A STRONG
SHOTGUNS the Inquisition; the pulsating excitement sick list is feeling better now. fungicide, mad* with 90% alcohol. IIPENETRATES. Qualified
Ra a<. Mora Cams.
of Cortez call to arms; The RA and GA'a met Monday Today at Dependable Wort

the fiery romance of Pedro and In Brooker Baptist Church. KOCH DRV GSTORE. .. .
RIFLES _00"" night .., .,,1n.... 'nD.
Catana are brought '"'' .

life on the screen again

22 Cartridges detailed settings of rare;
Jean Peters a screen n -
SHORT makes her debut in thCatana -
tist Church Sunday, April 23. nhall be published weakly In the! the office of the Superintendent:! of
and Cesar Rot: el1lore.
RIFLE I'u bile InHtruction.turtles .
AND LONG next four weekly Istmea.Wltnetm o Whooe.r superb as the wild an my hand and the seal desiring to participate In YOII are r
BAPTIST SERVICESThe nf said I'ourt at Starke.: Bradford the awards to ba made In tha nale Aray 17th. qUlr.d I.
Hernan Cortez IPIt
buckling Rev. C. A. Crosby pastor County }Florida thla April 13.. 1 1))48. of the above described equipment ed Court and II, Ih. tb.,,'
Dramatic Trlang1! JJ.. THOMAS, should file their eealed proposal! tlff, e..k" cnual, wher'lt
Ily Helen Hurry of the Brooker Baptist Church Clerk of said circuit Jour with the Board of Public Instruction Telegr"ph dlvor"l U"adrOl4l"

REGISTRATION Grrer Carson offers II cordially invites the public to attend (OFFICIAL. SEAL) through Its secretary. TheNuperlnte."nt In next four shall.publloh Ihll''
IIolllu V. KnlKhtOulnesvllle of Public In.truc- w..k Iy 1'0..
acting portrayal in "Da all services of this church Wltne"a my hand .
BOOKS CLOSE Vv.MS MKKTI.NO.: Flu. tlon at It". office In the courthouse at Starke. aOd orll'1'
VITRIFIED RED playing at the Florida n Sunday school Is held every Sun Attorney for flalntlffu.4tf at Stiirke. Florida. on' or before Al>rll l, 1948. Florhl. "".
April 17th The next social meeting of theWoman's 4t 5-7 the hour of 10:00: a. m.,
Saturday (OFFICIAL
day and Wedne day. Mil Missionary Society of day at 10:00: a. m.; Sunday morn Siiturduy, April 17th, 1048. Propos.alM Aa SEAL;; ) A J, TI

See That You Are Flower Pots is seen in the role of 1 the Baptist Church will\ be with ing worship at 11:00: ; BTU at iv: cincriT conrr. IIHADFOHI) \ reuelved after the hour and John J. Honllur..rlnrk:n .t laid
date Indicated will not be eonsidereil. tine, .'.... Ofl. 8 .
French girl. Believing 7:30: ( m. each Sunday; and Sun CUI/Ml'V: FLOUIUAl I.\ CHAN
QUALIFIEDWill Mra. II. D uglas. Instead of theregula' (;. It y, The Board of Public Instruction Atty. for Pit
dier hu band. Paul to ;, program there will be ,a day night service begins at 7:30: William D. Frith, Plaintiff vs, will convene In Mpeclal sesKlon .c f-III'
4" to 13" Diameter he succumbs to the attn o'clock. Nancy 13. Frith, Defendant. Can.. at 10.00: a. m. on Saturday.April IN CIRCUIT ('OlJl'r.
book study on "How To Pray. No. 6464.OKUER 17th, 1048 for the purpose ofmiiKlnir COv 'rY. RII,
All members/ are to attend. ; OF PUBLICATION the award of ale to the cioitY. FLOIUII\I I'
Appreciate Your urged Mr. and Mrs Guy Plnholste bidder bidders. The
AND NOTICE TO APPBAll beat or right Jaunlta EMt..lI.. I.
15c and Mrs, STAT! OF cf rejection of any or all bld. lahereby tiff. va. Willi" 'hlC (;re.
Support & Vote For W.C.T. MUSIC n"CIT.LMusic : and famllly and Mr. n. Frith whosa FLORIDA residence to: la Nanc; 620)' reserved by the Hoard of Dofendant. Cu..e",N.Uarrl.. ..
the Guy Pinholster Jr., of Jacksonville W. Church Public Instruction. ORDERYou 6HO
students of Brooker Street Alartlnsvllle Vlrtrlnla. OF PIIRLlrATIJ
R. A. and LaCrosse Junior and Mr. and Mrs M. F Arthur R. McRae Superintendent AND NOTIC 1'0 (
To ABRAHAM UNCOti High Schools You are required to appear on of Public Instruction and STA'rE 01" "'LUIUIJA APPIIoi
$1.75Saucers will be presented in a recital Wiggins of New River were visit May 10, 1048 In the above namecCourt ..x-offlclo Secretary Board of UruulI. who..to:

(BobWEEKSCandidate) "Liquor may have I Thursday night at Brooker school ins Mrs. Rosa, Pinholster Sun and cause wherein plalntlfseeks Public InHtruction frudford unknown. adfr
dent, but no defense." divorce. Bradford Count County, Flu. are rucinirod TO .
Extra by their teacher Mrs. Longyear. day. Telegraph/ shall publish this Order 4-9 at 4-16. May IT. 1948. In the ah"l
)Mr. and Mrs. E. Wilkinson 01 In next four weekly Issues. I Court and eaus. whenin J
For GRADUATION EXERCISES Witness my hand and official .seiU;' IN cincvrr ("0 U liT. nnAnponu "wekn. annulment and ,
Starke were weekend guests of at Starke, Florida this April 2n< COUNTY, FLOltlUAl IN CHtNJamea maiden nam, ,,. Itradtold roru
TAX COLLECTOR #.... The Brooker Junior High School Mr. and Mrs. Noon Matt: Mr, 194 CI JU Y. TeleMrrapb shall PllhUoh C
IlEAL-ESTAT (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.I. Thomas. H. Cornelloua, Plaintiff vs. In net four
Baccalaureate Service will be weemiy I......
and Mrs. Jack Simmons and children .
Aa Clerk of said Court Rone R. Cornelloua, Defendant. Witness mv lina "M
Bradford County Lint ;your ft held In the school auditorium Saturday '- of Gainesville were their Joseph. K. Skipper: 7 West Fornyt CIIHO No. 6457.ORDER ::4r.tark", f'lorlllo Ihl.nn(A(
property St. Jacksonville
night April 25./ The sermon
with me. I have coll guests Sunday afternoon. Atty. for Plf. 4-9 4t 43IV AN1J NOTICE! TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL SEM.) A. J.
BradfordHardware pieces of will be delivered by the Rev, ---Mr.- and Mrs. Charles/ Hardy STATE OE: FLORIDA to: RoBO A. Clerk of qij,
property an : fUlCUIT COUIIT. DRADFO T. F'rn nk T,..
Election Date W. J. Churchwell pastor of the R. CoinellouH, whn e residence and ndrun SI.'h.
many prospective buyi First Methodist Church of Starke. and children of Starke were visit
May 4th, 1913 square deal to ftiarant ing Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy and : V, Kndllch Plaintiff Philadelphia, Pa. I -
in Invited to vs You
Everyone cordially are required to appear on IV f"1I ( "I'r ('
(Paid Pol. Adv.) Co. fair conmilMlon la all tlquire. attend. daughter, Janet Sunday after No.Ithdda 6-tHrt Kndllch Defendant. Cas.. Court May in( J94S, In the above named ("0'1'" 1'Y, 11",011111\1(11 liT. IIftl"

A. a member noon. ORDER OF add cause wherein plaintiff CEUY.
The Graduation Exercises will ANI RoekH divorce. Bradford County Battle Alice Itumnpy,
Realty Board NOTICfi TO Plain,
you i Trlevraph shall
publish thin Robert 'i
assured that I will be held in the school auditorium l'ti -run rmcrrr COUHT OK 8TATH OF FLORIDA t..: Mrs, In next four weekly Issuea. Order I'are Vo7n Jienrv| ltnn ,} 1101'
n Rhoda
you to the beat of my Thursday night April 29. 111l'ti <.nMfiitv.Cane and address ls: 874 Washington deal WltneHa at Starke.my "hand and .official ORDER OF rt-nLlf'ATJ
Florida this April AND NOTirn
Wtreet. 1
><>. 11177 % Joseph Ruh..njon. APPEl
: 3, 1948.
D. E. KnlKht. t al.Plaintiff City New York. OFFICIAL. :
( SISAL) A. 3. Thomas,
Realtor Phcit *, You are required' to appear 'on nr\Vt'\ ::'o.reY\ .hO.f '
.. : An all-day singing convention Way 10, As Clerk of said Court. 805 : ;:
THEATRESTARKE .. vs.William. 1948. In tho above name<. ChnM. Ft. Hens. 204-5 New
r will be held at the Brooker Bap- It Bwahler et al. Court and. cause, wherein plalntlf nidtf., ,JackHonvllle Flu luaranty,. Life You""1'1'.
are !
seeks divorce | ''<
-- Defendants.' Telegraph Pl-adford County Atty. for Plf. 4-9 4t 4-30 Mav 17. 194S, lr ih, .h."p..
Red Feather FOIl NrPKHlIHOIl OP OUDBrt 0.! publlah this. Orde' .
1 Court and ...
In next four .II.U"I..r.ln ,
...:co 1"'I'IIA""OllI : AND NOTICK TO APPKAHTIIK weekly Issues. iek. p
HTATK OK. FI.QHII'I'D: Witness hand iv cmrrrr romr1: iiittnFonn divorce. Hrnclford
hereby announce candidacy. my and offlcla/ t
Sun. Mon. April 18 19 Kills On Contsi for. Xnpvrvltior of HplI'h.trltllul1 my l fnrHlailfold Bllznlietli H. Ileahler whose rest M 01. at atnrke' Vlorlda this April OU'VrY., FLOllllMl ,ltllAV: : In Telenraph ..hnll Pllhlloh i, ib:,
next four
and nil 9, I(4i! CIHVKlol week; 100.".
County subject to the will d -noe In unknown, to p rtloH
"CAPTAIN FROM CASTILE"In All FleoH LIce Ticks, oCats. of th. voters In the Democratic huvlnir or i-lalnilnn any rlfrnt OFFICIAL SEAT.* A. J. Thnman, ..e Carolyn .lonftn, Plaintiff vs. Rt, Wltnefia!;Hark.. mv hnnil and ufllrt1B4
primaries In May. I..m.. native of title or Interest In the property As Clerk of .l\ld fourt Florlan .Jack Jonas Defendant. *.. F1"ril1" "". J A>
( Technicolor) Keep Coat In' I.t-Hclfnrtl County and received my .bertlncleHcrlbed.. riUKKTINO: : T. Frank Landrum Htarke, Fla, Case No. IH65ORDER .
Tyrone I'owcr Jean I'etem Croar Romero .Minimi. Inn In the public nchrmla of Your are hereby notified that a Atty. for Plf. 44t| 4.30iv OP PlTnLir-ATION (OFFICIAL SEAT.. ,) A. J.\\
Condition han been. Instituted In the aliove AND NOTICE TO APPEAR A.
tlilH county. If elected, I will .nhowniv suit : W. P. n.neo. SrV'Cj
named court and cause attalnxWilliam cincriT coniT BR\UP'Ol1n STATES OF FLORIDA to: Florlnn
npiireclatlon for the confidence '
1'1_. Weil. April 20-21 Guaranteed To j tilacvd In me by conxclentlouHlv performing H Jleahlcr and you andeach ('OI''ti'I'FI.OII''I ':* CHAM.Martraret .7 nek Jonas whoxe residence la un Jacksonville Fla
( .:ltv. known. Atty. for Plf. i.ii irmrrir
defendantM KKnlRht
of by
you UM
tho duller* the office to
"DESIRE ME"Out LICE AND NITS | the l>"Mt of mv nhlllty. Your vote and N. I* Knight his wife E. Branley. Plaintiff, vs. You are required. to appear on -
Gar'un I obt. MlUhiun Klrharil' anil Miinpiirt will he grreatly ttl>- aM plaintiffs to forecloBe mortKOtt*.. Ca.e K..nn..th No. 1,. Branl..y. Defendant. May 10th, 1948 In the above named IY rot n'r. mm
_::- tart| CATTLK j l>r*elated. over the followlnw described property ORDER 6437 OF Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff rorvrv.. FI.< situate In riradford CountyT.1nfU1ft PUPLICATION nooks divorce. C. ItY.
F. J. Shaw Bradford County
Tliur ,
22 23 AND
April tn.vult NOTICE TO APPEAH .
Telegraph shall publish this Order T'lnlntlff, vn
'The Last Sold By SISTRUJ FOIl 1'A V; COI.I.KC'I'Olt KH;: of 8WH of NEM of Section r..STATE.OF FLORIDA to: K..nneth In next four weekly Issues.. W Hall Jr., liefenilnnt. ft.
Roundup" Gene Autry FEED I am a..klntf for the Office of 35. Twp. 7 8.. U. .28 M.. also commencing F. Rranl..y.D, whose residence I Is: R Witness my hand and official Heal 6479.
& SEED < Tux Collector subject to the will at the southwest corner No. 1, Newburg- New Yark it Starke Florida this 7th of April onnEn OF PCBLICA
Sat. April 24 DOUBLE FEATUIttO of my irood friends In tho Demo of HK'4' of NE'/i of said Section A\ Yun.are. r? ulre.<> to appear on U48. AND NOTir-E TO APPW
ciatlc Primaries In May.An S5, thence run North 210 yards, > 1948. In the above named ([OP'FICIAL'SEAL) A. J. Thomas. STATE OF FLORIDA !to: H
"Gunsmoke Ranch" The 3 Mesquiteers most of you know I am a thence run Rast 70 yards, thence seeks Court-arid cause, wherein plaintiff I As Clerk of said Court VT. Hall Jr., whose retldennt
Bradford, County Hoy, schooled In run yards, thence run divorce. Bradford County :lohn :1' H nderson, Esq., St. known. i
And Me r the Brad tord County High School "tS07IJh Or containing- ;In Telegraph shall publish I this Order tine.1 1 Fla.Atty. You are required I to ippd
"Bury Dead"Best Please EleiF. find raised to work. I have a fam-' acres, more or lens together with Witness next four. weekly Issues. for Plf. 4-9 4t 430I '. May 17. 1948, In the aho.i .
.Hv to support and would like to the tenemants thereto belonging at Stark.. my hand and official .oal Court and cause,. whcrflnpluseeks
-- better myself. If my friends see You and each of you are requlrec", 194S FlorIda tnls March 19, f CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD divorce. Rradfari f
i fit to help me I will mlwajre appreciate to file an appearance In said cause (OFFICIAL COIJNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN. Telegraph shall publlnh (hit
It and will try to show my on May 17th 1948, otherwise the allefratlonrt As SEAL) A. J. Thoma. CERY In next four weekly. IMHUMI
"Why'Not EIJoi/; The ? appreciation by BlvlnfC efficient of said bill of complaint Zarh Clerk of said Court. Joe Terral Rogers, Plaintiff. v.. Witness my hand ind j
net-vice In the office. will be taken as confessed by you Atty. % Doug-las, Jacksonville Fla. Mattie Ruth Rogera Defendant. seal at Starke, Florida, thu
Thanking you one and all I am Bradford County Telegrraph Isdeslanated r Plf. 3-16 4t 4Id Case N... 8489 19* 1948.
ne-pectfully your-, as the duly qualified IN CIRCUIT ORDER OF' PUBLICATION (OFFICIAl, SEAL) A. J 1MAs
-.I. R. Keny. newspaper In which this Notice fOUR'I BRADFORD !*' AND NOTICE. TO APPEAR Clerk of ulitf
----- CERY.fO./NTY. FLOR.DAI II'f CHAW.Theron STATE .OF FLORIDA to: Mu. E. K. Ferryman Starko, Fit

Notice Of Unpaid Delinquent B. DeLaney. Mattie Ruth Row..r., who.. resU Atty for Plf. MMIN '
Plaintiff va dene and address Is: 144 Jackson
Edna F. D' -
aney, Defendant. Cas.
unaoi lomio OAS seivici Intangible Personal Property Taxes NO. H4on. Street.You Hope are Indiana. CIRCUIT coi'nr, BRICOUNTY. '
ORDER OP PUBLICATION May required to appear on FLOHinAl
17. 1948.
In the
Cooking Hratlnic Refrigeration As provided by Chapter 20724, Acti of 1941 notice' Is hereby Riven that STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edna 11'. Court seek and divorce.cause, wherein plaintiff Roberta Jones Brunswick Pli!
Intangible I personal property taxes assessed for 1047 are now delinquenttnd JeLaney whose residence Is: 336-A Telegraph Bradford County vs. Frank Brunswick, Dtf
FOK SERVICE CALL < hPKlnnlnw with April; 1st such taxes are drawing; Interest of 2 per VaUnuenua Avenue Hllo, Hawaii, In next four shall publlnh thla Order Case No. (8480ORDER
rent per month plus a penalty I of the 'proportionate cost T. H. weekly Issues. Of PU1"LIt"ATlI
Ot J'ra'o'ttn WltneHB
E. T. Shull of publlxhlna. ; thl* notice. Unless set opposite: each name You are etllre'1 to appear On rrfy hand and official AND NOTICE TO APPJ
Plumblnar & Heating: l.fl.jw are l>ald before the first of May. 1948 tax executions will Issuetherenn May 10, 1948, In the above nam.d ID SBl.a', 1H4R.Starke. Florlda thin April STATE OF FLORIDA M"
LOCAL AGENT PHONE 114 ", and be delivered to the sheriff for levy upon any property real Court and cause,,'wherein plaintiff (OFFICIAL Brunswick whose renldtnn
personal, or mixed belonging. to the taxpayer for unpaid taxes penaltics seeks divorce. Bradford County SEAL) A.' 3. Thomas known.
and additional coxt.. The name of delinquent. Intangible personal Telegraph shall publish this Order T. Frank As Clerk of said Court You are required to.p
property. taxpayers and the amount of taxes, Including the cost of advertising In next four weekly. Issues.. Atty.: for Landrum, Starke May 17 1948 In the abofi i
Central Florida Gas & Appllcance Co. and the first month's penalty are as follows: Witness my hand and official sell Plf. 4.1j( 4t'a5.17JCriT Court and cause wherein. p
tark..' Florlda' thll{ seeks divorce. Bradford '
April 8,
Phone 3732 Trenton Fla. American Tung Mill. Inc. ? 43.04 American Tung: Oroves. Ino 159.25! 94S ,., IN COl-RT. BRADFORn Telegraph ahall publish ihil
(OFFICIAL BEAD A. j. Thona (, ITY. FLORIDAl IN CHAN.tllda In next four weekly. 1.0."
C. i A. KNIOHT A> cl''rk of said Court. (FIllY Witness my hand and '
h Tax Collector, Bradford County. Zach H. Dnuglas.. 33 West Ashley ., R. Rice, Plaintiff vs. John seal at Starke, Florida, ltl
= Street Jacksonville Fla. SamU.1! Rice. D '.."dant. Case No. 14, 1948.! ,
Atty. for Plf. 4.9 OFFICIAL SEAL> A. J."
Notice Of Unpaid Delinquent 4t 4.30 8U30RDER OF PUBLICATION As( Clerk of said Court

Personal Taxes IW-jF.nCtTIT COURT. RRADP-ORII AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Zach PC. Douglas, 33 Wetl
REFINEMENT Tangible Property CO'NTY. FLOR''A. IN CHAN STATE OF FLORIDA to: John St., Jacksonville Fla.
J. CI<1I1Y. Skn'own.1"' Wh" .resld..nc.. 'I. Atty. for Plf. 4IW -
in ecent! necesiary detail in a Service SHAH As .provided bv Chapter 20723. Acts of 1941. Notice l I.. hereby given that ..I'*llnlnv M. Younsr Plaintiff v... Hal.I -
available tangible. personal property taxes"' assessed for year 1947 are now delinquent 64115 YoungDefendant., Case No. Ma o ; :" lr to :PP" r on CIRCUIT COURT. BRAI
locally and widely known AS yo unSUPERVISO and beginning; April 1st such taxes are drawIng Interest of one ORDER Of > '" the Bb ve named: COUNTY FLOHIBil II '
for its modest cost its wholesome .. rent per month plus the proportionate cost of publishing- this notice.'nl"MH AND NOTICE PUBLICATION TO "court e.krf and cause wherein plaintiff CERY.
APPEAR divorce.
the amounts set opposite each name below are paid before the Bradford County Kenneth O. Flood, Plaint'
courtesy and always tactful sympathy. first day nf May 194*. warrants. will Issue thereon directing levy upon andMplxtire 1If. Young OF, whose FLORIDA to: Halsle. Telegraph In Bhall publish this Alma It Flood Defendant
residence next four Issues."r""r
of l II weekly
of the tangible personal property the taxpayer for unpaid Oeorg-e : No 84111
ti\xvM penalties and I additional. "Ol : OF property taxpayers and the amount of taxes, Including the cost of nnia.YOJI are "eal ..t Stark... FlorIda,. thl. April AND NOTICE TO APPJX
required to I U. 114!
advertising and the first month's penalty are as follow appear t.
10. 1048 In the above nam,. : (OFFICIAL SEAL) A.
I REfilSTRATK( !Xfkoiil UUtrlr* %o. :8 School HUIrlrt N..: 0f'"lnCllI'h Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff. A. CI..rk nf .ald Court. J. Thoma. H. Flood whose r..ld.h.
DEWITT C. JONES f. L. _____..___.___ 8944 Finn P. It.. Jr. ._____...._____ 3.17 "eeks divorce. Pradford County linn. J. C. Durrance, Law Exchange known. l. >PIT,
1. He Is Capable. : ""II. C. "'. & Kllma. .. ___ 3.O3 Orlffls Oordnn -._?.______? 237Knloh Teleirrnph shall publish this Order Bldg,. Jack"onvlII.., Flit. Your are re111Ir.1. anon T*
l STARKH PHONE 7'' t.. R. Clifford & Clara 2 08 Myers. Claud ________,_____ 317 In next four weekly I.."".... Ally. fOIPlf.. 4-ta 4t 5.17I'V May 17, 1948 wheroln P
2. He Is Experience Match! L. R. __ ____ _______ 12.n Martin. Walter E. n_______ 16.15Mrkool "...Witness.l my hand and official Court and cause, rntrord '
AMBULANCE SERVICE :I. He Is Worthy. J Ill.trlrt :No. 3 pStn"a m1' I\J Ow..n ?-..,_____ __ 3.17 2, Il411.! at Starke Florida. thla April ( ('.n't'T ("OI'nT. BRADFORD Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publish t thIn ,

Funeral Director : lie Is trained anil hn tot A & A Luncheonette .,..-.. 13.11 Hiimner:: A. A. ._... :_:::::: N. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomaiT 'OI''tiTY.. FLOIUDA. .::11 CIIANCEItY. next four weekly 'I.""on"nt .,
Blume, Kverette ...._. _.__ 303 Williams. o. M A" Clerk f said Court Wltnesmmv hand and
8r. S..lma
h 317riooth D.
: fled for tho ... j --? ? K. Morrill, Plaintiff thla
.. .. Wm. F. __..____.... 2.78 wmTlriiioBh'' ?"' I" "".._____. 1 'ni oseph t., Jacksonville Skipper, ;7 West Forsyth Oltb..rt Morrl.. D..f..ndant., "' Roy. 144R.Starke, Florida, .1
'If Fla. .
On. C.
: >cat funeral home enables I He In '' J
J offer conveniences and services us not to : Self' anil honest family anxl men trs I I-pn.!:: ._ !.!.. :l"!.:"n.!" -- ---------..-.----- -25-11...-. Young-, n.:'o. p. ...!::;::.:::: ia.Ttirndfnrd Vtty. for rif. 4-9 4t 4-39 No. !!:!..MUHIJER,!,__ r PUBLICATION (OFFICIAL As SEAL Clerk) A o( :ij, ,

.. nrsjonl I>ltrlt N. 1<> I AND NOTICF) FII T
llnuxe ... 30.75Campbell. MOTICK TO
---- Strickland OF HAI.K APPEAR Dan Kelly. Fernandlna
otherwise available.ftmiiah Flr t BapUt Churrh.U W. R. _______..._ 385rk RTAT
... M. ...--------- 11.11 ....l .Tha Board of Public Instruction Ro OF FrORIDA To: Roy Atty. for Plf. 411"ii
ninlrlrt Ma. ,
Sunday !School tea Oreen. Kloyd __ -_---.._- 8.81 -Davla lit of U1Souinti. of radford. State Onb..rt 1IIorrls. wbo..e re.ld"nce -.
OrlfflN, O. A. .... .. 8.07 \v. fj, __.._____..___ 892 of will In IInknown.l.Ta .
--- ucrnpt iCOUNTT.
If -- sealed bldi ,
; th highest ,service at the lowest a" elrrtml he will tiii| .OasHott Hardware & Furniture Ofhool Dl.trlrt No. 15 on certain Items o' ulred CIRCUIT roun-r
type prices of : tn I.
Alvares, transportation 7.a ; : appear on
Hrltt .__
... IVour Co. ... S0.83 n _..... 240 qulpment in the n-OHIO
Job hlm" hereafter
ocept'ANY: life '. -- -------- Alvarex described n"ve named
I insurance policy in fore*. Issued by ANT company J. W. .._..._ 480 : Court Rnd ... CF.ItY.
Vote Anil Supp<< Inlnesvllle Has Co. __-_____ 25.71 CrosJ>y, rioyd; ..-.., ?..? 780: Bus No. n; Body Mfn., Superior! .. k. cau. wh..ln .pll\lntlft, Benjamin Rouse, P'lntifnfJla '
a* payment In part or In full on a fnneraj.! Consultation Jonlon .1. W. ..._ ,.._. _._.. lo.OIKlttr's << Pancher U. Af. ___?_______. 3.75 ('hassls. OMC: Year Model 193! TplOlCr..ph divorce. ftraM'r" County McDowell Rouse.. )
Motor "h"
earrlea no obligation. Mar 4th Will Be Place .. .___ ..... U.ll Thorn""" tS. n. ___......_._ ._ 240 Bun. No. D-22824494. In n..xt four .. puhll.h MS "raer Case No 8412ORflER
Appreciated l.lttlc. loin A H. II. ... ____ 30.70 Tyson. Oad __.........._... 2.67 No.4. Body MfgWayne; w 'Hly Issues. OF PI.'RLtCApT!,
Chassis .
..... ._ Ford: Year my hand and .
I Manassa. Henry u It.40 Tyson. William Jr. ______ 11.80 Model itITus at stark". nfflclal' "eal AND NOTICE ---
; --. (Pd. "'01. Adv) Maa-it. nil Co. ... ,. _...... 38 alNorman. Tyson, Albert -_.?..._____h_ 841 tutor No. 11018-31125817. 18+11. FlorldR.l thla April 15 STATE OF FLORIPA ''
= -_ ,i 1. N. .. .____? 1.77 Tyson Oliver ..........__..... 3 75 ( No. 7, Body I'ortor. Wavne.; (OFFICIAL McDowell Rouse, wtiow i
..:.-=-= = -- : :: Newsome W. II. ._. .____ 641.It!) Hrh..ol nintrlrt No. 18 hassls. Ford: Year Model 1938. SEAL) A. J. ... la: RnlfoM.. N-rth ('a rolin'J
..., - - .. .. I'revatt faster --....--..._ 7.32 American. Tung Orov..... inc. 11JJ7 Motor No nni 1-3070543.. Hon. J. .A. Clerlc ald Court. You required to .WJ
- Ultch. Carl ____..., _____ SB.71llussell. "'" No. J1' Rod, 1IIfor,, Wayne C. DurrRnc., T.aw are ""WJI
- - -- Crosby A. U h__._________ 1308 (hassls. ; 11111 or, Exchan. May 17. 1948. )ijj the
Knrlv: -- ____....___. 1815Humner. (Cnrlton R.. R. _.,.*.. .__..___ 4 48 917t Chevrolet: Year Moael'Bids Atty. for Ja..k..nnvllle. Fla. Court and cause, wl". ..r.lord*!
ELECT A. n ..__..._____. 363 flllk....- "' M ...--,.__.._ 481* Motor No. T-B.T9M. Plf.. 4.ta 4t ?.? seekn divorce. WJ Sul
I '1'h.llIky: Way __ ______.__. 58.71! Kdwardu, J. V.. Jr. ______._ 1t.0t Ivldual are acceptable from any In. IY ("Tn'U.T Telegraph. shall publish
The Canteen ...__. ...___ 25.71 FMwardn, A. person, party or the duly COURT. BRADFORD ,
? A _... .*___ U.40 {"O" TY. Iin p'xt four weekly I".u'f,
TOM D. BAILEY Thornton. Ollle ___....__... S.78 Hasen. R J. ...._._________ 2.R3 tithorlsed of aurent or representava ('F.RY. FLOR'OAI I" (:I.AN_ Witness my h ndManlli|
Victory Har-n-Q __,....____ 1311William" any firm group or I
Melvln C. C. ._ ___ ..._. .. 1174 tlon.' orvanlza- f1to w ,.1. Ball..mnr.. seal at Starke, Florida
1'.1'1. ....... 1.87 Rawn Plaintiff. *
A Galney .... Rarah :V. -
Williams, Joe- .---- .___..._- 13,11 Water.. FA V _____-h".______ j.49 ..<1 Prospective to Inspect purchasers and are Invlt- Ca. No Lena>, 848&,Baaemore, D..f..ndant. 9.(OFFICIAL I' 4S SEAL) A. 't.
STATE SUPERINTENDENT C. A. examine the Cn"rl
qulpment. Arranv.. ORflER OP' PURLICATION Aa Clerk of said <
menta be f"\lIdloJ,
Tax Collector, Bradford County. made for1 so doingby may ANO NOTICE TO APPEAR Ray Selden Seldentona \
STATE OF Beach. Fla. ,.it HIAtty.
10: Sarah '
.. for Plf.
C? r '1 IUS mazu1r test at
our IItore right noott and rlf

BAILEY believes: shoes learn whyyou: sMiwFREE with work. .,

t that dry a.l a board. ''i'' $ton I I

" That schools must educate for Rood citizenship Here are coM facts for all you worksboe wear r Soak I
,; with full opportunities to learn to make a living. eJr freeze em. day in and day out. Wolverine ShelllIorsehides

; dry out 80ft. stay soft. Excess comfort. excess wear POWER LAWN !

." ,'toi actually costs Jess to wear, Visit Us..see tbis demonstration., yet MOWER

i w; That special emphasis should b* pUcetl on all Stop wearlne 70unelt outl Try this PASTE CLEAN']

,f vocational training-with adequate provisions' for PAW OF Bimpl. .nouala for & ch1lcl to Operat.laIIOUnepowered. mower. WAX

: the Veterans Program and all Trades and Industrial woLvmvtc .........,elblld ..........ft1\fnIIe: 011 Econom.JcaJ, too. au AND

WORKSHOES a1IIf II'tnfllea JI..,.......
% KP.
:/}, Education. .Juat ealL Note size and tIre.. 18-Incla cutt1De reel.. a4JlUtable JIIotor. PunettlnPt'1lO ntlter

. estimate ot the ler.gth ot weight time ot fce eak.. Then figure out ;YOUI trom y, to 2Y.lnch cut. IJp
required 'r 41 cak
obligation Nothing to la meltNo

? ] TOM BAILEY is experienced in the TOTAL your figure is nearest: tn bwr the e Retri-ter.et time your estimate with us and If

Keouin. Wolverine ShelJ Horsehide requ1 t&'U have a pair of

: I school program for ALL children and adults. workahoea F _

,p 'BAILEY is BEST for. our CHILDREN Alvarez Store Firestone. Home & Auto Supply..

;. Paid of Tom Bailey)
( for by friends 600 Temple Ave.
J. P.




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With Colonel Bradford '

mnel Bradford: .
) that'whenever Scouting is mentioned Boy Scout* are -
y Ollght Of tint T Every town has Its one or two Boy Scout BRADFORD COUNTY.TELEGRAPH

and no trouble at all getting; good leaders, while Girl Scouts

eager and Interested In Scouting; yet the busiest woman
,II the only one willing to be a leader.( .
Girl Scouta In Starke with Mrs Edward Burns aa
"' are 20 Official Countu,Publication Established In 1877VOLUMK .;'1
and sponsored by St. Mark' Auxiliary. There could easily "
---- ---- -
11'11 I and 4wo troops if more leaders could be found. SEVENTY XTABKK. rLOKlDA FIUIAY. APRiL 23 1948 NUMBER'\ --%-%---. TY-SEVEN 'i/
Interesting and appealing work. The girls do not have to
i is ,

ythlng.d I i to Class attend.,At after the They nine beginning come months'of eagerly this preparation.year each.the week entire, anxious Troop passednd not to Chicken And Oratory To Combine Hercules Loading at Starke Again Outlook For Spring Crops Described .. .;

\1 yare,would, ,planning like to an be exhibit a 1 leader I of of work.these .Watch glrls' They for. It and and others think At Brooker Political Rally Tonight As Worst On Record; Everything Late :' ;

'" _" i
Mrs. Lemuel Colson
Troop Committee Chairman Bradford Countians will indulge in two favorite pas Strawberry production dwindled to a mid-week low of ,it. )

---x times tonight eating chicken and listening to political 50 crates here Wednesday and farmers appeared uncertainas "

how feel Mrs. Colson speeches These two attractions will be combined at I ,to whether the wesson was on the verge of fizzling; out or .
knows Just you having
'e Old Colonel of obtaining leaders for Brooker, where Friday's political rally, sponsored by the. would stage a con.eback when planta begin yielding heavily ,
In past years> the responsibility our Democratic Executive Committee, takes place. again in the next fff.'" ays. Much depends on the status of ,
out Troop which (Incidentally) Isn't quite aa easy as it might The ladies of the Brooker community announce thata the crop in North Carolina, it was said. If heavy production I',

roitt the outside. chicken supper will be served for 50c a plate with the i is held off there for another two weeks it would give t
to be able to Mrs Colson
Is give a
nwever. the Colonel glad proceeds going: toward improving and furnishing the town's growers here a chance to supply the northern markets a ,
p on where she might find capable leadership for Brownies Community Center: It i is1 T ---- while longer yet and salvage
Mrs. Stanley Tulaen Rt. 2, Box 15, Starker '! .
II'I Scout agers) predicted that this rally will c # k4k "r something from an otherwise ,
Brownie leader and Is eager to get back1 Into the swing : Class Absentee '
draw the crowd Gray
largest to Lady L Voting miserable season. \i'
work. I 4'
fascinating date and the Brooker ladies I Shipments from the "

cUlintally.!\ vicinity.the Tulsens Former are New among Yorkers, the more they Interesting bought the new-at- I urge the public to come at' Will Be HeldGuy \1k Now Under WayAbsentee here during the past week mar'ket -

to our Judd on the State Farm Road last August. Mrs.' 1 6:30: so that everyone may be : totaled only ,510 crates, with
e I). A served before the speaking prices averaging around $8. I.
sister operate the Lazy Gate Antique Shop In the
i and: her begins. Andrews, Chairman of the balloting for registered The ., week's gross receipts
Jacksonville where he Is
commutes dally .to
and :Mr: Tulaen I I Well Attended Bradford County Chapter of the Bradford County voters who were.estimated at S4.0S3.75.: I
litor of the Journal. In his spare time which Isn't very much I The rallies last Friday night at American Red Cross has announced -- will be out of the county' on May A total of 10,009: crates has r

can Imagine he Is trying his hand at farming. Shirley Tulsen. I I I Heilbronn and Tuesday night at that classes of Instruction foe ,___ 4. date of the first primary, began been shipped from the county
,- tlc young lady who bafces a most savory spice cake, makes Hampton drew record crowds to Gray Lady Service In the Veter ,- '2 I Ic. Monday and will continue since the late season. opened t .

attractive addition to the younger set of Starke. these communities. A spirit of an's Administration Hospital at -__ through midnight of April 30, month ago, bringing growers an ..

i -. Mrs.' Cobol: meet Mrs. Tulsen. good fellowship continues to pre. Lake City will be given on April County Judge E. K. Perryman estimated gross of 190,467.60. By .-

.. vail, with little or no mudslinging 30th May 11th anti May 14th. announced. this week. this time. last year growers had ,.
Colonel Bradford:" indulged in by any candidate,, The April 30th class will be in k Any qualified elector entitled received around 1200,000 front ''t .

'3 jUKt another complaint] but I believe you, will find it Justi- The general trend seems to be for the Chapter office on 'Church ,, s.,' to vote In Bradford County. II their barns .. ,.
each man to make his appeal for Street from 1:00 to 3:30: p. m. An eligible to cast an absentee ballot Most, .out of town buyers were ''t:

can't something be done about these log trucks that pass office on his own merits. all-day class U scheduled for May! if he will be absent from the forced to leave here when volume "' : I>

hy Street every day, with those extra long poles dangling The usual highlight of the meetIngs 11th at, Lake City consisting of county on May 4. Absentee voting slumped "between crops" two .*
Walnut .
and cause all the traffic trouble at the intersection .of the speeches by the State Veteran's Administration orientation lit done In the Courthouse officeof weeks ago. However, they may j>![
f back, Senatorial candidates, did not with lectures by staff doc. the County Judge. who Is custodian return when volume increases suf- {t

Street? come off at Hampton in defer tors, nurses social and recreation of the ballots until election flclently. if North Carolina ber- N.
he logs have done damage to. several cars parked at this cor- ence to Rep. O. Fred Andrewa workers. On May 14th from 2.00; day, but the balloting must. rles are still off the 'Tnarkt t,"

s they are too long to turn in there without hitting a car, Whose brother was In a serious to 4:00: p. m. at Lake City' those be performed before midnight, I Truck Outlook Dad .\(

one pole, or something else. condition In the Alachua, County who have successfully completedthe April 30.JudKe I One grower described tho out. .
hey are really dangerous and It seems to me that somethingbe hospital as the resdlt of an auto course will receive their caps Perryman pointed out look for other spring crops ma >
done about It before someone Is seriously hurt. mobile accident in Lake Butler and credentials to serve in -the that Bradford, County registered "the worst I've ever seen." Almost y.

-Cassandra. Tuesday Hospital.* The capping ceremonywill I voters' can vote In any county on continuous rains during the planting J ,
Final Next Week incllude candidates from Lake S election day If they have their season greatly curtailed acreage .'.'
City, Live Oak and Starke all of registration certificate In their and County Agent T K. Me- .- :
The series of pre- lectlon rallies whom will have been taking the noMNeiudon. The ballot of that Clans stated that 90 percent of "( .

will be brought to a climax course. particular county can be marked the early crop acreage had to be '

next week when the meeting will There Is a desperate need for as "Bradford County" and the planted twice or either not plant '
be held Tuesday night at the women to serve on the wards In names! of local candidates written ed until late. An expected 1,000) l >

Lawtey strawberry platform, and the Luke City Hospital. The In. acres of sweet. corn has been cut ', ,

,, it liniked like old home Blossom and Lee Allen in the next Friday night at the Starke hours and types of work done are Only servicemen are entitled to to around :000 -' about half of r

"down to Hampton" 'Tues USO last Friday night These Athletic field. Both meetings. are optional and offer a variety of : cast their ballots by mall Judge last year's 1,000 acres. Some of '
ght, and If as many people ex-Callatreeters (now residents of expected to break all attendance opportunities to give comfort to I Pictured; above l I" tlio crane of the llorculr Powder Company Perryman said Servicemen who It 1s Just out of the ground, about .. .

out at the polls on May 4 Jacksonville) were down to see records. men who have served their country an. It trnnxfiVM a load of aged stumps from truck' to railway ear on are registered as voters In Florida a hand high, while other Is knee

ve been attending the .ralI Elmer Allen scion of this well- well. All those Interested In :, the Seaboard Hiding Just north of Starke. The stumps are shipped should write the Secretary of high. The corn season usually
predict 'twill be a record known theatrical family sing and this work' are invited to get in to Savannah, Ga., where they are made Into naval xtorcn. Hercules State at Tallahassee for their bal' extend. from the first of May .

Callatreeters were alas dance with the U of F Glee Club Mrs. Hill Victim touch with Mr Andrew or with began Hhlpplng the stump front Ntarko on April 1 after almost a lots. through the middle' of June, "But :

thick as Hamptonitea anda Looks as If he's a chip off Mrs. Ruth Morse the Executive year of loading at Lake Butler. The change, which lit a convenienceto we'll have.,'very little corn in May .
few of the more rabid the .,old ,Terpsichorean block secietary at the Chapter' office, the company: since mot of their operations are In this tura. wasnadee Filling Station ,. this season/ the County Agent l,1
haven't missed speaking Friends: of Olin White, Jr, will Of Car Accident phone 74W.Funeral. -1 says. Corn:: acreage of all type.
By the way, hear that: bei glad to hear that he has been possible by the increasing availability'of railway ('a1'll.A\ company Operator LosesCash Inductor ,field corn Is estimatedat .. I
alii that the wet' weather had oonnlderMy -
representative recently frvSL.1000 to 1200 'acres.sWotW "
Hazel Sim- transferred from Shadycrest Hospital In .-t"
>Ie mail Wlmberly quite'a hit when they to'the' home of hi\*..parentslina'U'Very Mrs. Maxine Hill 38 wjf"' ..of SaturdayFor J\tardf'I1.l.he. prOC..IIIoK..l1'nc.tump': but that no. halt had HoldUpM. : > : Around 170 acres of '. t"iuCUrh&e..ttad

pul ItlckliJrf! lf""' tktttt. ley : much LfcprYffTd" after' Howard: Hill .atarn'wlLt killedIn ',A- S. Strickland/* been nece N' Ty. llorculen. maintain both a loading shop and K' leanIng C Thomas, proprietor of,the been sold through .!,

in Lake' Futler the other his recent automobile accident an'automobile accident: Sunday Resort PioneerAlonzo office In Starke. Operating the crane above U J. L. Cole, ofStarke. City Limits Grocery and Service the market, but growers have a .

th'8 of the Well be mlasln' Beverly Black- morning,, near Flint./Mich., where Station at Temple Ave., and 11th stand on only 00 acres. Acreage ;\
I causing editor uhe was visiting Funeral services _ _ _ _ of other crops: string beans. /1."
office St. hit
County Times to comment shear from George Patten's ,, S. Strickland. 76 died was over the eye and .
they drove the gloom] but note that he has an efficient were held Wednesday afternoon at his home on Kingsley Lake, knocked out Sunday afternoon about Fordhooks, peas, squash and pep ;.:
at Lakeside Cemetery Holly MEMORIAL DAYOBSERVANCE I Organization FormedTo I is about half of what it
per, I"
this dump and caused ye replacement In the person of Mrs. I Thursday. April IS, after being In 4 o'clock when three white "
to imagine the atmosphei Li.; G. Johns Jr. .. : Mich. declining health for some time. Administer CampAt men drove a 1936 Ford Into the normally would have been. i !
I I Besides her husband and I "
tilled. with star dust. Moat seven' He was born at the lake on July station and asked for gasoline '
ant young) ladles. we will Spotted an' Jottol Mary Lee stepchild) Mrs. Hill Is survived' 23 1871 and had lived there all Former Air FieldAn When Thomas told them he didn't Sox 'it
Looks like the girls Hancock up from Delray on a by three sons and two laughers of his life being the owner and organization the Keystone have any and turned to reenter Red Win

"tent campaigners :?'S ., little business trip Tuesday" by a former marriage. I operator of the well-known resort Christian Foundation, was formed the station, they struck him.

The C. G Barksdales] .arriving Mr. Hill and, his two sons, Raymond I Strickland's Landing. In Keystone: Heights last Fridayfor Thomas stated that the men From Bullets 96The :

EPPrr'onteIa\ me (hat there home from a camping and fishing and Donald who operate He was the' son of Abraham H. the express purpose of developing took a pocketbook containing about j
many young folks taking trip to Dunellon1 the first of the nil)'.') Coffee Shop In Starke, attended and Armadella *Wardwell Strick the former Keystone Army $35: from his person, and

htage of the games and pro I week Grace Green scurryingtq the funeral services in land pioneer settlers of this section Air Field as a religious, educational emptied the cash register In the Starke Red Sox avenged ;r

i at the USO on Friday I her new position behind a steno Michigan.The who originally came here and recreational center.. station of around f 47. their two defeats of the previous If':
.i that they are having to pad In the duPont office Hills\ moved to Stai ke about from. Georgia. In 1899 Mr. Strick The Foundation is Incorporatedwith Thomas U offering a reward to week at the hands of the Green rf

late the age groups by hav-' Seems the "Clean-up Paintup"week two years ago from Holly. land married the former Elizabeth At 1 o'clock.Monday afternaun, 14 charter members, siild J, anyone finding the pocketbook Cove Navy Bullets last Sunday by :'r,
phe 11-year-olds and over meet' that has been declared in Austin of Mlddleburg and for 20 April 26, members and friends of T. Quigley of Starke who was which contained valuable papers coming .out .on top of the 9-6 ,
he USO and the 13's andg'r Jax has nothing on Starke .. .- Bennett Calls For years he was engaged in 'the the W. T. Weeks Chapter, UDC elected tttaaurer' of the organ. and Identification< cards He thinks score! .
meet In the Service Cen- While'strolling north on WalnutStreet naval stores business. In later will meet with the Bradford High ization. the men likely threw the pocketbook FUssell and Joe Watkins were ,
Mrs. Eppeison Grace Os- yesterday I noted that Greater EconomyIn years however he devoted his School Assembly in observance of The air base, which' wn recently i which was decorated with a the batteries for the Sox while 'tl

f, Ruby Johns Bess Burns Avery' Inn was getting a fresh Speech Here full time to his resort until his retirement Memorial Day. turned over to various Christian : cowboy picture, out of the car Waddell and Talley pitched and r",
Piney Brown could sure use new coat of white and most two years ago because Rev. L. A. Shepherd chaplain associations, Is for the use ; after removing the ca8 7 Larson caught for the Bullets. it!

adult volunteers to help with becoming, too Not to mention Charles K Bennett candidatefor of III health. of the State Prison will make of all Christian\ organizations. I Snuffy Grim of the Bullets took j

chaperoning at these PTA- the new paint jobs gracing. Congress spoke here last Friday Besides his widow, Mr., Strick the main address on the topic Mr. Quigley explained this week. Heilbronn Clubs battling honors with three hits, ,
'ored programs Hear that the Knight. Haines Adklns Duncan In behalf of his candidacy for land is survived by four sons, "By Faith America". The high Improvements will enable the while Buddy Bishop made a three (
Cecil Talbot, who has spent and Hembree homes Congress and stressed his record Clayton and Broward Strickland school Glee Club will sing and a grounds. to be used for schools. I Will Sponsor base hit and Geiger and Watkins -t,

Mt seven years at Bland Ing,, Hear that some visitors In town for enonomy In government whena of Starke, F. W Strickland of reading will be given by Mrs. LO. conventions, recreation and as an Chicken SupperThe stitches taken under his eye' when ""
his better half will soon be last week the Edward Jacks of member of the Florida Legisla Kingsley Lake, and Sidney P. Powell. air.-base. made two base hits apiece. \
|ng us Surely hate to loser Lake Forest' 111, remarked that ture. Strickland of Punta Gorda; five After the program members of Others elected to hold office I Home Demonstration Club Mac McGrtff had to have two ;::1

Walnut] Street (North) was one Bennett said "Without greater daughters Mrs. A. G. Ludwig and the UDC will go to Crosby Lake In the Foundation were: A. C. and PTA of Heilbronn will jointly he missed a fast high ball In the { ,I
of the prettiest streets they had to decorate the 81 outdoor chicken 9th. ,,::!If
efficiency and economy in govern Mrs. T. S. Dendy both of Gaines Cemetery Felgert, Van Wert Ohio president sponsor an supper ..t
I Clerk Carl on their entire 1100 mile trip of Confederate Union, 28 for Next Sunday the Red Sox will _
John* just reed oen ment we cannot hope to properly ville. Mrs. Jack Moser of King- graves Walt Malone Tltusvllte,' Wednesday evening April ,
down to Florida .' Certainly and World of at travel to Ralford to the I, .
me that May lstls close defend ourselves to meet our outstanding ley, Mrs. L. A. Weekly Ocala. and Spanish-American Florida, 1st vice president; Hilly the benefit Improvements play
! us and that all our poochea made me burst with pride, and it foreign commitments to Mrs E. W. Hayes' of Starke; one War I and II veterans with. flags Graham. Minneapolis ),llnn., 2nd the Heilbronn School Servingwill prison boys at 2 p. m. :,j!,t,,

have to see their family vet goes to prove, once again. that say nothing of keeping the regular sister. Mrs. James Hornsby of and flowers. vice president: and Roland! Stoker, begin at 7:30: p. m. on the -i.I .
Inoculation and get new tags, we often fall to appreciate the departments of our government Starke and two brothers. Rev. All UDC members' are urgedto Charlotte N. C., secretary Hchoot groundri Lions Aid Band "rl
e City Hall by that date .1 beauties we have right around us, functioning." Raymond Strickland of Webster. attend this service In memory I All candidates are Invited to '" '.
M that Cleo (Ruth Morse's and go looking far afield for at- for and, Rev. James Strickland of I II of our heroic dead and to bring Viola speak. The High School band furnished ..1,
cited his leadership Mrs. Morgan
cat) ought to send her kitten I IQ tractions that can be had right of Maxvllle. flowers arranged In small bou- the entertainment at the regular ,',

i Ripley one of Its front 1 here at home Crimes the repeal and of of the elected Duval Court city officials -I Funeral services were held In quets. Buried In Conner I Godwin Is SpeakerAt meeting of the Lions Club Wednesday -*. J\\'
8 has seven claws the other of Jones Chapel Saturday School children are requested to evening of last week at the .;..'
8, pensions consolidation the DeWitt C. Monday morn Mr*. Vlo|" Morgan 63, died Rotary Club Cathollo USO ;
and the two back paws Hear the Senior Claw Kid Day at 11 o'clock. Interment bring flowers on building. The lion .j. it:
3 each Glad to see two I at Jacksonville Beach last Fridaywas Duval and Jacksonville registra- morning Lake ing. Every bouquet will be ap Sunday April 11, at her home In made a donation' to the band for 'f
offices, repeal of the gross was In the Kingsley had resided Greater! emphasis on the rehabilitation ..
I I where ahe :
treeters back on their re- a howling success The Jlon receipts tax, all accomplished in I Cemetery' with Rev W. E. Hall preciated. Palmetto 20 of "first offenders"will purchasing new instruments. -;'/..a'.";
tI\'e for the past years.A
Job their I '
after the 63 and chaperones
being on grads
He stated follow In the wake of con frtt
1941 Legislature. officiating.
list for several months: S. spent a grand and glorious dayswimming' the Colored Civic native of Nahunta, Ga., Mrs
to Duval taxpayers Lonnle struction of the state prison nys-
that the savings pall bearers were '
|Juhns at his own store, and (even though it was a Morgan lived in the Heilbronn Dog Owners .r.
",' Crosby ack cashiering atova's little chilly), fishing and sunbathing from that session were esti- Harley, Larry King Carl Wooten. League To MeetThe Springs section of Bradford Coun- tern's proponed new unit the .
annually. and Correctional Institution -
$: OOOOO Thorns,
A. J. Appalachl
mated at over Dakus,
John .
(without a sun, most of ty for :30 years before moving
of members
Civic League Chattahoochee,
Colored at
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the time) One group of merry N. D. with her huiband Frank Morgan,
Bradford County will hold a of the Starke Rotary Club were
Inother absentee from Cant embarked on the ferris Rare AB Type to Palmetto. She was a memberof (
girls ing Friday night April 23 beginning told Wednesday by J G. Godwin, .
makes good: Mary Jo wheel and were enjoying it so Of Blood NeededAn Price Will SpeakAt at 8 o'clock in the Bethel the Church of Christ. I Assistant Superintendent of the p
J 11\1'11> a student nurse (until much and attracting so much at- Lawtey Saturday Baptist Church in Reno All memobers. Besides her husband she Is survived State Prison '
I In New Orleans' Charity tention that the operator almost for donors of the by three daughters Mrs C.
appeal Including those In outlying Mr. Godwin/ also stated that !
ltal was notified last week forgot to let them off f They rare blood type AB for Mrs.Beulah I I I Rep. Emory H. Price of the districts are urged to attend. W. Norman, Jacksonville; Mm. funds have been appropriatedfor YMPL lil lillla'or
sho'(1 i passed the stringent rode 35 minutes for 20c!. The Prescott, of Starke now I Second. Florida Congressional District Officers of the League are H. Hubert Jensen, Poland; and Mrs a separate woman's prisonto :

wana nurses' exams she spent lupch was grand even though 111 In Shadycrest Hospital] here, : seeking re-election to another J. Blount, president; Aaron II C. W Uelcher! Long Island N. Y.; be constructed at Ocala. The II. O. Wall warn the 'r",
I,hectic days takln' last month they were short one cake was made Wednesday by her three' two-year! term, will bring Holly vice-president; A O Jenkins five 11<1011. Ottis Morgan of Ruskin. two new units will make possible public that all dog found "
f As and Bs She's now Seems as It Dilly Smith got real children Herbert Preacott. Mrs. his campaign Into Lawtey and secretary; Stella Roberts, Clyde Morgan, Plant City: Har-i the segregation of "first offend roaming .t largo will be subject \ j

proui holder of the license smart and baked a cake to take Irene McFay and Miss Dorothy i Lake Butler Saturday, April 24. treasurer' ; Ceo. H Little councilman mon and A. Cancelmo Morgan, ers" and women prisoners from to bring shot. ,'
\ certificate of a genuine A-I along .He kept It with him [ at 10 ; and C. A. Crum, chaplain. both of Palmetto, and Ferrel Morgan the nvrre hardened type of crlm- The> Mayor stated that poNee
.3terecl i nurse Ovid Lewis on the bus and some of the boys Prescott, all of Starke. ,He will speak at Lawtey ra! cojroola, Mfm" $ and one,, mat the speaker ..IJ. It I III be- *.t., feekf.. Inntrnetetf f. attempt ,
stated :
F DIe he's resigned his position got. little hungry on the way up' So- far; :Mr Prescott AJ M. '*tie* at Lake Butler at 'Infant Wells sister Jfrs. Florence Lowe of lloved that this will add Impetus to take the dog. alive

f1, the Vet Adm. and W cwtcmtI'"voting and dived in with their hands < ftnly one person! with the fire '11:30: A. M. Atlanta Ga. to the program of rehabilitation. and place them In the pound

his time and talent You can imagine what the cake blood type has been located. Mrs. Mallon Lamar Wells Infant son Funeral services were held! Wednesday -I Godwin praised the work that but If they cannot be caught,
.'Palgrning for the re-election looked like after they all got a Prescott entered the hospital last CARD OF THANKS of :Mr. and Mrs. Is!. C. Wellls of afternoon at 2 o'clock In has been carried! on at the prison they wUI| |be' .hot.
athan Mayo In Bradford handful The Seniors are bladder ali We wish to thank our many Starke died Sunday In the Shady- for more than a quarter of 'Ve'do not want to kill any 4
"Ji nd, Baker counties grateful to their chaperoneS Sunday with a gall friends who have shown by their crest Hospital. Funeral services the Starke Church of Christ with a century by lb two "humanitarian ones dos, but complaints have
(' that David Haines and Principal Chas. Partln. Senior!r ment. of kindness were held Monday afternoon at 3 Rev. Hun ton of Palmetto officiating. superintendents J. S. Blitch reached. each a peak that we .

?y n< erson, a couple of 4. Sponsor Ellen Law, Mrs. Clyde' assistance and acts o'clock In the DeWitt C. Jones Burial was in Conner Cemetery and L. F. Chapman", and gaveit will be forced to do so unless ,
r'ods..,,;:' made< an unscheduled. Priest Mrs. M. M. Morgan, and SINGING CONVENTION their sympathy during the leng- Chapel, with Rev. W. J. r'>urch- under the direction of DeWittC. as hU opinion that a Prison r the owner kekep them at

", ''uon out to Conway Air M.... ShelHe Hall for making this Bradford County Singing: thy illness of our husband and well pastor of the First Methodist Commission should be establish hom!,",the Mayor said. ,
.c Saturday| afternoon .. .. memorable day possible Incidentally The all-day father, e"pec1&llYthose whose Church officiating. Interment Jones. ed to Insure the contInuance of MOno person was bitten! by astray
hold an Ed -
t''!' Well after dark about 8 hear the chaperones Convention! will are now making It was In the family lot in Active pall bearers were their humane program in the doff this week ant we> '
Pn: the frantic families had as mnch fun If not meeting in tbe hos Crosby Cemetery. Prevatt, years to. come. afford to have any more
wtM of where they wera '. than the Seniors! I Church Sunday April 23.: Dinner possible for his stay Walter parents he .Is survived by his wards Earl Edwards, M. C. The speaker! was Introduced by trouble of this kind," !Mayor
and pltal.-'Irs.. Walter Sllcox : Mr. and Mrs L. had chargeof Wall eoocludPd.I .
, will be served on the grounds grandparents S'I Thomas and Resale Thomaa.a Junius M. Smith, who
:ts af ....I.t! :nemorle. were Seem to be all for flow Is welcome. Sllcox Jr., Geraldine Hazen Hutto. the program. I 4ftin'
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l I Dave Green. 19 much better at this writing: Jacksonville
Mrs. J. W
Friday night, April 23, and the Edwards were visiting I ,
, TelegraphESTABLISHED I following committees were ap- Knight who* is 111 in the Lake Mrs. Vance Russ Is a patient in Mr. and Mrs. James 'Cro by of.1 Mr. and Mre.
Bradford ;BrookerBy pointed: food, Mra. H. B. Crosby Shore Hospital?,Lake City, re- Shad/crest Hospital In Starke Gainesville were weekend guests Baldwin were CI'ftdJ

1877 E. L. MATTHEWS. owNiR-EDITOR Helen BarryBACCALAUREATE chairman, and Mrs. R. Carlton, cenUy. this week. We wish her a speedy of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Crosby I Mrs R. P. Lewis Vlsttlnc, 8 lilt
Mr. V. V. Hazen Mrs. '''G. B. Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano and son recovery. Mrs. J. E. Hardy and daughter Mr and Mrs.
and Enteredad Colson, Mrs Green Janet, were weekend guests) of Starke Manta
r.MI h Clam Matter at the Pleat Office at Stark Fla. SERVICEThe I J. C. Harrell; decorations, Mrs recently. our sick Hat for some time now Mv. and Mrs., J. R. Crews In!here Saturday. Vlsltm,
Brooker Junior High School Tyler Jones, chairman, and Lu-
Baccalaureate Service will be con. bedla Pinholster and Mrs. L. and "nil 41U.IUY1111IINY/111.IImIIr1YMLIXILIIINIIIIWI,1t4NINIlAaYII" / '''' '' ''"IIIWWyWyyob' ,
MEMBER 1948 Gainesville, sons of Mr. Mrs. 6
ducted In the school auditorium Sowells, publicity, Mrs. J. E ,H. H. Layfield, were weekend

Annually 1.10 For Six Month Sunday night April 23, beginning Hardy chairman, and Mrs. E.. E ,guests of their grandparents,. Mr.
7' Bvbwrfptlon $3 at o'clock.. Rev. W J. Church. Edwards, Mrs. H. C. Douglas and 'and Mrs. N. C. Mott.
well paator of the First Methodist Mrs. H. P. Morgan. Yes.
I Lamar Simmons son of Mr. and
Church of Starke, will be the Mra. M. I.. Tilghman Mrs. Resale .
Mrs. Jack Simmorfc of Gainesville.
speaker of the evening.Commencement Carlton, Mrs. L. Sowells '
a J. L. SILCOX 'Is I spending a, few day: here with aIt's
REELECT exercises for the Mrs. H B..Crosby were welcomedas his grandparents, Mr. and Mia
graduating ninth grade will be new member

r Constable For Bradford County Thursday night. April 29, in the Everyone is invited to the N.Miss C. Mott.Madelain Green of' Jack BUCK JONES
school auditorium at 8 o'clock
monthly meetings of the Home sonville spent the weekend here
Hum VOTE & SUPPORT ,,The public Is cordially invited to ; Demonstration Club which are with her parents, Mr.. and Mrs,
_ WILL BE (CKEATLY; APPRECIATED attend. held in the community center. !

(Paid l J'ol.Ih'.) SINOINO CONVENTION Mrs. C. VV. Knight and daughter Arthritis' PainFor FOR SH.E'RIFFII
There will be a singing convention Syble of Jackaonvill were !

---- all day Sunday. April 25, at visiting Albert Surrency Monday quick' delight fully comforting help far
the Drooker Baptist Church. oh** and: pain of RhMinmtlsm.; Arthrltl:'.
Everyone is invited to attend Niurltlir,Lumb *o,8clmtle.,or N.unlrla. tryBamliia. I
eet RICHARD MACI( Everyone is invited to be present the WMU meeting Wednesday Work through Uw blood.First dol.uauallr .
m Mr and Mrs. C. C. Deas and Uina .1I."laUn. pain 10 you osnV lie has a wonderful background. lie has a wonderful Army
_ afternoon, April 28. work. tnjoy lit.and ilxp. nor comfortably.. record
children were visiting Mr. and Oat .....In.. at druggist tool.,. Quick, compliU He is the man who put all the German ammunition and a fully equip.
i 7 MeflORIDA Mrs. O. W. Barry last weekend, Mrs Lottie Edwards and Harry utlif notion or money back iuarantm< ped rifle on display in 1919! in the Joe Alvarez store window.He .
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Arthur Edwards and son Harry was the third man out'of Bradford County in 1917.
and daughter, Marie Edwards of
Anders of Lawtey was the first, man out of the old estate. I raised two
.Jacksonville, were visiting rela BICYCLE SHOE
\\t ri W PUBLIC tives In Wlldwood Sunday. boys that alsq have white and gold star badges and ribbons with honorable
Mian Margie Faye Crosby was discharges.!!
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Let me say this: A country that is not worth fighting for is not

'lieu IHe lr/drrrlttarlf, r. f'ft night Crosby of in last Lake week.Butler Friday worth living in. We are all volunteers at that, too.

t +F' RAILROAD SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby hadas We Make Keys Check these records if you wish:'

-1 tF J TELEPHONE SERVICE guests Sunday' evening Tlllie
BUS SERVICE Llnzmeyer and Stanley Crosby of ea__ Yes, I worked as a special agent. The first five cases I had in court

Gainesville J[SPORTING GOODS J f were all turned loose. learned something. The next 27 cases I had those
h TELEGRAPH SERVICE that didn't plead guilty were all convicted by. the jury and the integrityof

1 TRUCKING SERVICE FAREWELL The Brooker PARTY Junior High the honorable court. Yes, I had learned something.'

Y PUT MACK BACK School's seventh and eighth grades Here's another tip: Mr. Jones has worked and been around some _

entertained the young people of Biggs & Baker Alabama Mississippi Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas Tennessee!
Y r f He will HONESTLY end imCICMTLY, Brooker Saturday night with a
Carolina. Also I
Newark, N. J., North Carolina South have worked
r, ,arc nt.l.t... .h... i.rvl.*. f., YgUI'FLORIDA farewell party honoring the grad in
Georgia Heaven Atlanta. I had many different jobs even guarded
uating ninth grade. Games W. CALL
convicts and barbered. "This slogan "A wise
played outdoors and then every- was my : man changes. A
BORN WORLD WAR VETERAN one was Invited inside for refresh- I fool never changes..' I've done well for myself, from 'a barelegged boy,

,i .. COLLEGE GRADUATE BUSINESS MAN ments of'cake and cold drinks. I so I hope to do you all a good job in YOUR Sheriffs office.
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon P.
VOTE FOR RICHARD MACK May 4th Mrs. Reddish' Andrews Morganand were Yes, I've been a saloon keeper; owned,my own property: bought all

chaperones ,for the evening R. B. Alvarez & Son the licenses; never was put out of bounds in the big N.A.T.B. Navy Camp,

.11I..,,,,..,., R. d,. AND G. A. MEETING either. You may check with Mr; Vocelle State Beverage' Director, or
.the City of Fort Pierce, Fla.
The R. A. and G. A. will meetat !

2 From where I sit..boP Joe Marsh the home of Mrl and Mrs. Howard Transfer & Co. You may ask why I quit. I was under the lifelong slogan: "A Wise

/ Douglas Monday, April 23. Storage I man changes. A fool never changes." *
.1 All members are urged to be present .
to continue the ,study of the So If you want to know the truth ask me. I've travelled to receive
; Homer Does Some step work.RECITAL. Moving and Phone 9105 I wages. Never been locked up yet by the law of man but it's tough going

in spots. I've cut cross ties and plowed a buckskin ox. ,I've made it'' a

"Back-Seat Sewing! ... music POSTPONEDThe lecltal by atudents We Operate Local and Long Distance I practice all along in life to go to the worst places and then turn and go
In to the best places. Then I'd mix with all kinds I
of Mrs. Longyear will not be held Anywhere The State, of of people.. confess

Hontr Btnt ley's missus was friendly glass of beer. The missus Thursday night! due to the Illnessof Florida. I this openly. I know a great deal about people.

working on her new Hewing. mss agrees to give up back-seat driving Mrs Longyear. A new recital Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke t I know all about our county. The good spots and the rough ones
date has not been City Limits
chine, when Homer come in,draw and nagging Homer about ashes on selected. When I'm your sheriff, I shall visit all of them. That will be my duty,
r ap ehalr, and dart talking: the rug. Homer agrees: to quit criticizing HOME DEMONSTRATION MEET I and I will do it at all times with the courtesy of the law.
'"Don't you think you're running Sarah's taste for flowery The. Brooker Home Demonstration I

toe fait?" he says. "Slow down! hats and parsley salad. held its monthly meeting Friday ---------------------- So I fully invite a complete checkup of my back record politicallyor

Wattfcout I Be careful!Z" From where I sit, the key to getting March 26, in the community personally. '

4 "Whra the missus !finally\ turns on together is meeting every center. The first portion of the : MAY 9th IS MOTHER'S With my experience ability and past record, I have no other inten
t with murder In her eyes, Homer Issue half way-and overlooking meeting was occupied in rec ver- DAY tion than' to make Bradford County a No. 1 Shei'lff.BUCK.
says oodnaturedlyi: ",l thought; any petty differences In. ._ big furniture recently purchaaed
you might like a little help dearwhether these tastes apply to beeror bYthe club tot the center Every. I Start Thinking About, That Mother's' JONES
-like help drive the one enjoyed a pleasant evening of
e you me car. flowery-looking Natal! '
interesting work. Day GtrN O .-JY
{ 'Th missus can't help but bunt The business session was preside I '1 (Paid Political Advertisement) 1''' ',- '

ou! I..ahlnJrnd hey settle what 80e 'ltf". A ed over by the president, Mrs. T. ?'' I 1
might hare been\ a quarrel over a W. Markey. The roll call was answered t

by a household hint. Plans it akanieninl.mmianoinmmllmm!"' |' !' "' innnnln.uminmimmnnlnilmmnone.uuly"mm, "' ,"" "'''''' ''' ''' '' '' ''' ''''' '' ,' '''' ""IIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIII, iirirnimimmiiiiiiliiiiim' iimniiiininmimiliitiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiiiiniliiiiffi' ''' i"n"?;;
I were made to sell supper at tl.e
Copyright, 1919 United States Brewers Foundation
,political rally held in Brooker/ .

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renter convenience, and many otheradvantages.
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Bundy and Billy\ May won attractive The Hampton Young Peoples
sweeney Choir will broadcast from Station REMOVE THE DOUBT .. r'
1\'. C. prizes. Bruce Hall was a- : li
I WGGQ, Gainesville, on Sun \\1 ,
warded a prize ,In the Song Con-
PARTY I day April 25 at 2:15: P. M. :
entertained test. I Friends who are interested are


church grounds Mon- cookies were served with fancy I II ida, Its Industries and Natural 11

boys and girls I baskets of assorted candies given Kesources" was shown last Fri 1

- -. --------1 day torium afternoon during In the the weekly school chapel audi State Senator 15th Senatorial District : !. ;

VOTE FOR program. It was presented by 111 L r I 'I'
fHe \\ not e\Mrlmrnt: with your fumln. r hl'
Mr. Frierson of Lake City and C. 1 He lias Mjwinnorftt and vane clone to getting the .,
ti. Cooper Hampton both representatives lie knout about luxv, |>a...iMHl. to rllmlnatn na: Une tax from firrm tractor .
.. D. H. (Smitty) SMITH out state problem r
farm tractors exemptttl t
of the Florida Forestry and will continue hU eir rt to get! 'I
r I from any and all gasoline. tales.Ho 1st t ,
CANDIDATE FOR NOMINATION Service. He I* not dealing In promises! I j lr ,'
\+ .
'' Sheriff Bradford County The Home Demonstration Club I'veterans pu.vlde) I'I It .
has cooperated with ref.ponHli.lf ;
1If1 has the
met at the school two afternoonslast courage to do things.
exery leKltlinute .benefit.lie .' y !.1
week when Miss Madge
MAY 4, 1948 He Is. competent, prOKrmiMlte, buslmiis-llke and rrllable.II .
Whigham directed the ladies in ban brought highway improvement to Union (' xinty.B t 1

Promises Honesty and The: Useof the art of making and decorating knows of our dire swede : .f f

y s Common Judgment in Dealing aluminum trays which are quite c. Hi aldetl worthy young people to'obtaln'' employment.He ;, ." I' 1,

With the Affairs of the Office. beautiful when completed. A III not ohliklng hit duties or dodging. the issue. 'Qe I.\ f \',

large tray was given to the lucky +t He always. has INM-H \loroii| In upholding the po*>ltl6n j t t !1
Vote & Support Will Be Highly AppreciatedPaid lie Is actually desirous. of rnl..n and other nniall rolintlcn of Florida In till t fl :
( Pol. Adv.) winner whose name was drawnat ; field of finance.He. ;i.

the political rally on Tuesday lie Opposes' a general sales tax and he will\ vote and \ t' .
work against the of sales. .._ .. J "
night. passage any tux: gl lutlon. to win ,
has. rondiirtml. hliiiMelf 'In such a manner a. : : :
4 tli. frlenilfhlp and cooperation| of the leaders 'In 'State '} I", ?
110 has. Increase .f ) '
nnppontery 'In public welfare fund +"i' '
..In('" the program or aid to the agrvt, hlln.l and dependent k} I
ARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESA ELECTJ. cliildwn, was Inaugurated In Florida.He y(+ i '1 ''ii i
1 lint won. \aluuble e\perlenrn 1 and seniority' which .
Complete Line.of Hujlders Supplies has iM-en a .strong opponent fur. jeiirn of the general n*ure' HNHlgnment to (hoe I linM| >rtaiit committees In. which ) d
T'_ \c-ross From S.AL.: Depot Delivery Ser\lce retail wile. tar,. moot. of the Ittui that are finally passed! are friun, "- l. :",f I


in.Williams! Paints ;: : 1 THE J'KOl'LE; OP UNION COUNTY AND OF FLORIDA i \
Home Water Systems t


Lit .\"|>lialt Shingles (GropeD & Blue) Itulldlng: HarillUrtluure t't'I
[ Cloth Common and Finis" Nalls- Ashes, 'f I J 1
ton Siding Cement Mortar MixER Are among the most important assets of a legislator. The longer CRITICAL TIMES ImlJIlnJIoN! :\ ; OF EXPERIENCE.. Our .. ,' ''f ,:

one serves the greater his prestige and value to the people. nation arid state face problems of vital concern to nil of, us, and ,I ? t I riiu

All Grades I MOLDING All Kinds The experience'and prestige in state affairs the people of Union many of these problems must be met and solved by those whokfprtsent ,,' I ;

County. have permitted red Andrews to obtain as our representative the people in legislative assemblies !,r ', .

in the State Legislature are an asset to the county. He (:. FRED) ANDREWS; your present Representative for Union : '.'U1,

koXZE SCREEN WINDOWS & DOORS has used ,every opportunity to render intelligent and effective County possesses' the HACKJROUND.( the ACTUAL EXPEUIENCE. r//1 I ,

services as our representative. : ;. and thv KNOWLEDCE OP STATE AND LOCAL t ;r-:;

Your vote will enable him to continue to use that experience PROKIiEMS which a man must have in order to perform effectively 1 '

State Senator to promote the welfare and progress of the 15th the extremely important duties of State Senator in the h i ,J Ir.as Ir.I, I

Senatorial District and the State of Florida. Legislature or 1 IH9-51.!) :U : I.
While\ You LEARN to FLY I I j ': I


AS YOUR HI;: WAS ro-iNTKonrrKii: : AM: ) ('O-I'ossc'.c: OF TIIK': KI: I'\TIO.VAI.. IT. INTKODI'C. '' : \M' n \SSKD! ': HOI'Si: HIM. 8SI( A IUI.I. TO. IIK F.N- :w. :; 'f' :,
HIM. TIIVT OAVITIIK' ; i.vni SKN.\TOKIAI. insriticT. MKMUOUMAMI TITI.ii: \N ACT 1'1(0\ ..UIo.O: i 'I'U.\Ss."nltf.\'flON. TO .ANI FHOM! TIIKFMRiisirr 1 : 1 '
"Nln.'OUS'fI.S.! .: AN .\IUHTlON.LS1itr.I.. AKI.OW\M'K ': or. i<'i.ouintr) HTIIDINTS:: / OF SAID VNIVKKSITYUIIO ''4" I
now Approved for the foiling .. Tax Collector! FUR Tilt: TKACHKKS: OF Ol'lt I'l'1HJO IIOOI.H IN Till! MI'MS: ()(" AUK Itl-INIPKNI'S: : OF< COTNTIIIM: : 1I\\I\<1 A POI'UI.\TION OF 'F.' .'.
/ courses: -: 9233.I9V03: 1"F.1tlC.. ;MOKi: '1''' \v: (fl.OIIIM) SIX 'I'IU!"S.\Nn AND NOT MOItK THAN fl.075): I .
lie Ground Primary'and Ad- !M\ TIIU"\N", AMI SK:>'KNI'V':: "'AC'COIUHNCJ: TO Tin ,ST.VTK .1': .'

Iced Thing Also Private Com- ) + 1)r-/ )tDIOUIIUI':1i': S IIV O. FUEl AMUtKUS: ON: SI.\\' /l. .I1M7\ OM'.K CKNSI'M ()f.' I1M3. ,
... .. March IS, IUIIIHonorable.
Vcial .
and Flight I I Instructor
(>. Fred ,\lIdrl'
Thank you Ken llalllnxer. Fellow Cltl/-nn of Florida: \\'' '
(irscs.!' Approval I No. 5650. .:';'" = :l.:--- One of the h ll.. that this session of the Ix'Kinl.iture! : IH ,IHCIIMKIIR|| | IH Sluts Itepresentatlvel.nlio jt'' '
1. He is Capable a bill levying; a Sales Tax on all tinpeople of Florl!
tills bill and I would' like to tell ym \\l\y. Dear Fred: ; I '
Room Instruction Tues. & Thurs. 2. He is I looking forward. to the 1017 scss'on! of the Lf'.I..lotu1'6lIls. I '
ass Experienced IF tills Sales, Tax bill should. pass It would ""'Ian that AM of OH uonl.l' am agreat
Ira paying( MOHK: for many of the Itemwe now pure'hlaH.It B result: deal of pleasure. It Is. 10\.1. to know that you. will be back. The i f i
Nights 7:30 P. M.NWAYLIBBY 3. He is Worthy tho a\ei-Ue' ) and I working' claim of people of title .Mate would lie pnvhijt i.nl'I0.| of Jour County Miowed. very 1e,0.1J"IIe"lIt. ( In sending' you' biMkto t t.1 II f

.' MORE: for -er>tlilnc.( -Th. ',ii"Rood, ; ]HM>ple' would' find that, till" Hal" the lloiisn without opposition. That'Is' a line 'rNI!rtIJM'n.IaUon. for t 't' '
SERVICE r Tan way automatically re.liKlng; then \\BKeH. "...'all""* tlin "bii iiiK power" your "'('I'II"nt"orl.., e. ,
U-FLY-IT He IH trained In County Matters Clf th'lr money would be 1 leHHened.. I think thU proixmed. Subs Tin hilllIn I i-noved| "t'rvlnrlIh yon In thn "past and I t I.nmv'tbat I Will seguhh I I. In i :till,,

PHONE 147 OR 32 of Finance and Government unjust and I am opposing' It iM-ruime, I fed It taken the burden of.. lux .In the 111&1'! & session.I'leasii ';tEi I ,I to
and .he will appreciate! call at anvtime1 If I can, lie of ....r\II.-e to I : '
anon off the man who IH able to pay' It and plueen It on tliow. In the upon me you. ,Ii
ONWAY AIRPARK jour vote and support. a\erac( and lower Income groups who. ran not hills klu.lext. IMTSOIIII regiinls, i J 1
(Paid Pol. Adv) Now a good many |MH>pIe. probably are going: to Hay "Tin loin I.'.. Tux Your friend! '', 'A;; .'
I Is necessary to help raise' the money to operate the Slate or t"lori.lii..' Jerry Collins. I..:t !
__ i f "1)y, "Why add' another tax bur..n..n. the ('IU"n.I" our great state bvlmH June 5. ID ITHononihPn \ ,t '
| ..lnf; upon them another tax burden' In the form "f a Salon Tux?" .' (I. Fred Andrews, ttl$ II
,Let me give! you. an Idea of the revenue derived from. Htute faces. I'11'"'' County. i,
"- tte'ng! levied" at the pri'xent time I am iii..tlii); from the figure contained House of KepiesentallvesDear I f" f !I
-- ---0--, 'In thn Sumrrary! of Slate Fin. .ineen. or the ('...lI1l'tr..1h.r.nn.al: Report Fred: li,
It has been u .pli'iisurc. to nerve In the IIM7 nesslon of tin House. ofKrpresentittlves 1
for the last fl/tenl+ >enr. ICeepitn|[ from Htnte! taxation! : ; i
GOVERNOR From the. laMiillne Tax About thlrh..t"o million dollar with .a man of. your iuallly| and' ability. Your people l l I i if ii
FLORIDA Needs a Man as From the lte\e'tige Tax About twenty-three mllhlon tlidl.irn.From : bark' home' urn to he congratnliilcd: on lending a man to reju-cwent thorn t- ',
Kaclng: Taxes Approximately .sixteen million ..l.ilIurH.From as adly.us you httve performed' your. duty. 4 'I.I!
I h-enne TaresAlont. ..l\l.-'-ii million dollars. I certainly hope' that If you are ever In Jouksamille,. Florida that .., d dI. i t I
runs the Cigarette Tax Aleut. ten million dollar yap will ...mnby. to see me, or call me, as It will be a pleasure t
\With a Record of P side. From Kstate.: and Iiilx-rltatic.' Taxes Approximately. two million frees you at any tune 1 '
dollar \\ltli' kindest personal' regards, and. wishing/ you every SUHH In. the- I' .,

From Intangible' Taxes. About two million dollars.From world. I rt r I
tTnenipl.; >inent C'<>mM-iiHallon Tams Approximately tli'vcii. Hlncerely' yours. ,. 1 i. :'
NotP 1 million dollar Fletcher MorganKcprcNentiitlvo 'I !
i" Fiom Dnrumentary Stamp' Taxes:\ About two million <|i>llars.From fiscal County ,. 1
e Other Taxes:: and Fern About nine million: d..II.I'M., June 4, tUn l! a
For The Four Critical Years Ahead Now that makes In Total Taxes:: approximately one hundred and :Mr. f). Fred.. Andrew" .' 'I ij ,
.. h.ntvhmillion fl..llar.jThe nlon; County : 1 ,
: } "' ..' ." ,I' .' ... Total million DlNbiirsemrnts dollar J .aw of June' 30, 1016 was approximatelyMxtytwo Hear House Fredl of Representative 1 I I

Ilcnliles the taxes mentioned. heretofore. there are ad valorem luxe It has 'been n i genuine" pleiisure to serve, vvllh' vim In thn House if1'eprcHintatltcs I ,
< for the df' H.'ou, (Ciuintv. NhouM .
'a Imposed'by the r.ninll.-s and cities of Florida.. J punt sixty he- complimented I I291h.
{"' y I bate IXTII 'Informed that the halum-c' In the !State'; Treasury onpiil' In st-nillnif a nests. of }" 'ir quality uinl ability to thu. 1.I'JI""a-! I :

What the next four years hold in store for our .>rc 11117 wu almost' ninety-two million. dollars.Ulth .late, and I sincerely: |1"1"| > that your ('...n"llIlIl'lIh111 return you to tint t I' ,
bulanee In State I can we no need for !!> session.hrinvcn.
[late our notion and the world at knows. But ;;1. l nditlt'onu.' such taxes a In the form our of a Sales. Treasury Tax being Imposed' upon in at \\ you have occasion, tit, come to. Julnesv, Ille, I hope that yes .

f hotever comes Florida'musr1 be peparedl'r: : Ptt : this tlm. A time \\h"ne are already rbirtleiied! with Ki-.l'-ral'' will drop by to we II"'. I will lie most hipny' t<. se.. you at any time.ltli ',I .
If! .jIf Z .; and taxes.Ve \\' 'oIull"' iternoiial n-ariU' all.. .best wishes.. I remain' t 11 i
The call for man -.a man f "" .W.t. State, Cciunty City '.. ,. ,
times an experienced ? >t \ have: just. hind a \Voild War: H-ul. many or our boys icrH.Yc.l: : S ( .r'II:1I1.V'lIr.: (I'
th a successful record of service man who can, i .. Icd'( Irs 1. Cjrlir JKepreientatlve -<. '
public a \ i..t >i. thrl'i" lives to help w In hut war. llesliles. the blu.Ml/ that WAS Nbe.l. UVI-H" I
id' will chart a sound and constructive course for our state ...) I."A were Increased by the ('..nltrellN of the I'nlted :States; to defray HIM expinnen Alachua County i!( .:
Jvernmenta man who is equipped with the ability and with w. 's.: of that war. The debt" of the Federal (J"\erument'runs Into t'i." PecemlH'P. II', ilI7Mr tj
dual' experience: In state. government. a man who won't. )r"" t vp!;ir.i1'1: hllllons, and our national! debt must be reduced. With( the present, rate<< O. Fred Andrews, :Memberll.tiisn :', I
and the rust of I'vlntf: tmlav. I can .bee of Itepresintutitest'liion .
: Tax high
leral Ine.tme
learn the ;f n' itl the
rave to
around to \
and grope his way trying ., ,: ther tax burden should himldeil to the. one thrltlens County, ,

|ib of who take over the lob of Chief, + o ni rcasen lake r.utli-r I lorlda. 'ur ,
Governor..a man can | ,. of our great; State of MoiMn are alren F(ecutiv< of our state without any loss of valuable time. Above 1''fI .f' other tax burden In the form of th. Sales Tax.IVfort U.-.., I''r.-d.l: (, "s
II Florida needs a man whose record clearly proves him q: itJ > Icmlnir: the air, I would. like to express my nppwlallixi'" t to 1 um |1,1"11.1.,1 to give von II,<> following Informittlon which" you re,1; y 1
tell I urn iliK'Mtcil In your lell.r! of D.-cemlier 9. with uililUlonal... figures/ which! I t
o 1 be a performer .t 1; "f'IoI.Ir this radio station for grunting me this privilege to you why opposed .
not a Promised Yf.I":, 1 to this Sales Tax Hill.. To my H-teiiers who ..ha'.' my views In "I'| think would' be or some Interest to >'oil.vg. l
Colin English Is the man Florida needs..for the 5 rft poslng the Sales' Tax mar! I '.ay. I vvrl.'ome" further (comment from you "'\ ( Assistance\ A >r'l! I I. IM3.! $11.11 X.01HOM }
good and best interests of all Florida. r will be glad to receive your reasons dialing your opposition to the pro.p H.IIt" | IFIf..S! : St/ .
Sale Tax measure now pending, 'before the Florida LrKlslature., Age Asslslauco Noveml I I. !IUI7 H8.TI: 5,038 1f1.1D03.11(
Remember, Colin English has served for the past Hcd Aid' to ll.|,ieiid. .<>nt ( hllilren' April I I. IO43I'rr: 81nll.v .f
;7.71 341
eleven the : UE ( ('OTIJ: FKO\I THE: IJCOISI.\TI\<; : 9 132.00 C
years as a member of the Governor's Cabinet. Jo'Oft'P.w'IC. INFORMTION: ) '\11'I to Dependent Ihlldrpn-Nav.'lotu'r' I. 1017 \ )
executive! committee and other important state boards and Here's what Colin English LLJo'AOLf'ot14: roLumti.. lilt vtprHhurK Flu t 4H.BI/ I 1.338 tIf 62.360.50 t I,

commISsions, during the administrations of three governors. of 6-i 1-1 you desire further Information please don't hesitate to let: m- tt I l'
has done for the good know t I S ,
Remember. In these Important limes politicalP'onrnei F1orida..check his record! O. Fred Andrew. Ulth kindest. iersonal regards. I amSincerely ..I fI E \ '

are no better than the candidate who makes them Lh wanf'to stncerely thank you In the name, of II. E.: Webb and oar I yours, w I
InlandV.. I HaltCommlssloiM .
.. no better than the ability and public record of the maker I Reduced Florida's schoolto other 91) employee and at least! 50.0OU of nun customers. for holding the ." ) "I t
r Htate.lfare !
> keep them. debt by $18.000,000 lln- no n..w taxea and In particular your fight on any torn i>f sales |"x Ilourd: tf "
which effects the average null, and his family *,; all love yell, for this.I. I I.I lrt 'I
Colin has done things for Florida Interest I rile on school E. "IMMV V;ltll* l\UT.23.) l&IT I;"' f.
English great II Hon. A. 0. Me.\rthur, Chairman' "
...os Governor for'ALL Floridal You bonds reduced 'from 6':; and S Free. Webb City Inc.
he will realer things y > June! 6, 1917 Committee on Hnn and Taxation: for the Senate .. i ,. '
con judge men only by who they hove> done and accomplished 8'. to 21 and 3;. .fllllah.........'ONda.Ifonorublr Ii .
...and, the soundness of their for the good of f all the O. Fred Andrew' Dear Senator .Mi-Arthur 'r f tIleur :
prog dollars
Saved thousands of Itepresentatives.Tallahassee ,
letter I that have 'cr
I have received advising ,
P pie. fora your' you appointed Semi 1
Read the 33-Point of Colin' English I 'funds by I :
program ol county school Florida. tors Halter \\'. H.""', Kvans (riry: uudllllam' ... Hay 8" a 8ul>-C'onmlt- :;
greater Florida| t ,then, vote for and V ,instituting, modern uniform' Dean Frml: 1917 ten on Unance and Taxation! of the !Senate to confer with a like" Suhonimlttee f 1
of -
| | the
I..h't. (In the r''nl{ day
accounting systern 1 .. take| jhu opportunity, .
( on the House Commltce on Finance' and Taxation.I .
m'nwlnn, of the Legislature I to expre to you my thanks and with appreciation me have apMilnled| I I I 01....Hr". Hctrher, >li'OlIn.; r.no.d Andrew*. Harry ,r yrif
have Cooperated
School book purchasing nrtto- .p I f' 'I'd! manner In whloh you ulllne and .
1'ittts, Jrrry ( liralley Otlhuin us fie! Suls-Commltten of the k s
/ system guarantees the lines! the part slily: days.I'artlenlarlly the able and efHc-lent way House. C'omiiilltre; of rlnam-o and Taxation to confer with the Sub-' Committee ( 11
al tilt lowest desire to thank for
pert books I do I you by as above mentioned.' _. _., tg ,
appointed. yon _
In the nation duties Chairman of tl.. Crr nmltlpe on IVri.nii --- ??
/ / prices yon haVe performed. your vie haunpl... K-uson to be proud! of the I trust that It will lie. pon-lhl.- fur yuii, a.* (halniian of the"senate f t
-l. The people of jour county .
Finance and Taxation C'ommlttee, t0 attend the conferi-nce between tliti
A Stat department ol man they chase represent them 'In Tallahassee.May two Sub-<'oimnlttees. I will endeavor to attend aide. I '
thNesslon. '
/ / t'a: working with you
Instruction I have. thoroughly/ enoyrd) l +
JPuble throughout and I *I"t r..m.'y' grateful for your cooperation and fine w,,.rk Thanking you. for jour courtL-xy In. the matter f amYours i i t 11
very truly,
mod.t ol
America as a
businesslike administration during the _"Ion.M-rHonjl. regard" and all Rod. wishes, I am ferry. r;. I urry. tit '.
duadvat '
ol' public schools; and the "ILl. {'or lolly' your. .' ( halrman.' house C.Mtimltteeon f? '
tan Unan.-es' and Taxation e
people's money. Thomas D. -asley a ;
ii a a a a ia a a a a a a a a a a l a a a i a aHa a a t i a a a a a a a

At The May 4th Democratic Primaries Salaries of Florida's' In The Last Fifty Years No Senator.From The 15th. Senatorial District Has EVer Asked; To 'Be Elected 1
'for / teachers$2800 per year When Colin. Time Until The Present And I Allure You That In 1952 I WIll Recognize The Gentlemen's
Wriy'e Colin English/ H.fqvorfers' o/fonosiM./ 1, a r/ English waa first:; elected The Third ,

copy ol' his 33-poinl program lot a grtoler' florida. Svperlntendenl ol' PublicListen Agreement And Will Not Be A Candidate For Re-Election. We Will Support The Bradford County lye:
Instruction in 1936. the r
I to Colin I i ln.I lish i Monday Night at average' salary yeas $1040. (PREPARED AND PAID FOR BY LOCAL FRIENDS OF REPRESENTATIVE (;. FRED ANDREWS)

$:00 ABC N.twork.
o'clock over the Stat.

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rAGE FOUR I I and Mrs James A. GrlfMr., and Mrs AH. i
l Camp BI-in.JiI\.f. "spent, the by spent
Board EngagedMr. the weep,144
Executive (' : and CLUBS .. .. ... A. L Cro.ALVAREZ' .
Meet d' I
To i
Of PTA 11I'.
I 2.CIETry 14 i fl : r. I of Brooker.
Kmldence n
bloody AfternoonThe .
Monday I -
Phone S3
Editor: I Ir4
Phone 29! business and program meet 'j '
: ; __ also I) STORE 1'
ing of the Parent-Teachers Association i 1 1j 1l
Partin I ing, Establishedloth
Glee Club Buster will be held in the loungeof j .
U of F -- --- --- --
Observes BirthdayLittle the USO building Wednesday I _
HereAn :
Gives Concert afternoon April 28, at 3:15. '"
audience heard Duster Partin, son of Mrs. It. A. Green, health chair I Ion
appreciative Florida Glee Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Partin. Jr. man, will be In charge of the pro- + r ,Us Retain
the University of of celebrated 'hIli fifth birthday anniversary gram and will present Dr. Irving/ 1yr ;!!1',
'f4 Club Florida's Ambassadors which falls on April Singer who will explain the work
Good Will." In concert here last 25, at a party for a group of his being done by the health clinic at : pink New
Friday J1lgbt.Apprulng friends last Friday afternoon. school. x jJ' r, 8<
the USO 'd'to1"' decorated of lool
in home was
The Partin
r of John Mrs L. A. Canova, chairman
lum, under the direction with bowls of pink oleanders of the hostess committee will be in .
4y W DP Bruyn, the student whose and the table cloth, cake and fa. assisted by Mrs. Arch Thomas,
fS ters present! a program religious vors carried out the pink and Mrs. T. B. Harding and Mrs. Wesley OF YOUR CAR'SUPHOLSTERY
first part was devoted to blue motif. At each place at the Andrews
music ranging from the Latin table were favors of small an- ..
Elelson", to a groupof feath Mr. Junius Smith, president,
chant "Kyrie imals and fancy hats with l'
Negro spiritual. are will preside ,at a short business FOR YEARS
The second half of the programwas Mrs. R. S. Wasdin and Mrs. session and the election of new /

in the popular vain with such Caroline Kinney assisted with officers. and Mrs. Rawson J. Davis
numbers as "The Wlffenpoof the outdoor games, and Mrs. The meeting of the executive of Starke announce the engage. I New Sun-Fast Plastic
and "All Through the Della board will be held at the USO went and
approaching marriageof
Song" Grace 'Osborne and Miss ents : \
Night" having strong audience Rosenberg helped serve refresh also, on Monday afternoon. their daughter, Marjorie Luclle ham And Leathers
appeal. ments. to Horance G. Davis, Jr., son of :
Of particular Interest to the Family Reunion Mrs. William N. North of Raiford '
Starkeltes was the dance number by Elmer Allen, a member of the At melA ) and H. G. Davis of Rocky Mount,
Glee Club, and son of Lee and Larson Ii FJo[ N. C. The wedding will be an by !
Mae Blossom Allen, former residents event of June In St. Mark's Epis-. 'pin
reunion H.
family ;
ATTORNEY of Starke. His cleverly executed O. Lawson was enjoyed ''at the copal Church, Starke. : first \ CSHEPHt S [
tap dance number brought home of the Ewe 1 Lawson last
Phone 0-1515' enthusiastic applause from friends Sunday. The Lawson's back porch Baptist WMS I COURT AND MADISON STREETS
33 Rest Ashley Street and admirers here. where they had drawn two large
Meets At ChurchThe
\CKSO.NV1U.E. FLA. The Glee Club conceit was pre.sentell tables: together, was simply decorated .

to the public here with- with large bowl of roses regular monthly business .
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out charge as a community cultural and Amaryllis lilies. Tile familly and program meeting of the ,\! --
project by the Starke P.-T. shared in the dinner by bringing Baptist WMS was held at the ELECT
ELECTE. I covered dishes.Enjoying church Tuesday afternoon with 1

..,, I' '''W'n'' '. the happy occasion 27 members present
I A.CRAWFORD from Starke were the families of I Circle Three had charge of GreeiSheriff
: E E. W. HAYES M. L., J. T., H. A. and Ewell the program, the topic being
Lawsons. From out of town were: "That They Might Have Life",
1 1'I Mrs. Louise Turlllngton and< children -!under the direction of Mrs. T.
Tax Assessor Miss! Eunice Lawson, Mr. B. Harding, program chairman.
t SHERIFFs and Mrs. W, M. Lawson and De- Those taking part were Mrs. S
n leon Lawson from Auburndale, E. Sparks, Mrs T. B. Harding,
Lowell Lawson from the Univer- Mrs. R. B. Alvarez, Mrs. M. F
sity of Florida, and Mr and Mrs.A. Hazen, Mrs. B. T. Thomas, Mrs. (.
r B. Wood ham Gum Jackson Freeman Register Jr., and Mrs..
ville. W J. Epperson, Sr. :

The business meeting was I :
s yt Installation TonightAt presided over by the president,
Mrs. S. E. Sparks. The Young _
Waldo OES
People's report was given by I
There will be an initiation at Mrs. Rufus Hutchings. After
other routine and business
the regular meeting of the Waldo
was disposed of the WMS
Chapter OES Friday night at 8 I voted to
give $6 per month for 14.1
o'clock. Officers and members the picture shown on Mondayto

t aro urged to attend, and visiting the young people. Mrs H.
members are welcome. Mrs. A. Lawson, R. A. leader, Mrs
Catherine Vickers, W. M.; Miss H. T. Thomas, Sunbeam baby .
t Louise Uaulerson, Secy..ilIIVIIUIndylllnlin41WUuI1111ryi411Jlll. visitor and Mrs. Rufus Hutch- .
1 Ings, young people's director, ,
-' -.> ; --, /!! : !mini;mil, were elected as new officers for .
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'I' the auxiliaries at this time.

AaR .[ Three boxes of used clothingwere
i F! FLA. coil ectoil to be shipped '
'.r. } Qualified Honest DepcnM
DEAR VOTEKi: ""H STARKE overseas.
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I It Will you kindly take the tin*I i J T. C. CRAWFORD ;I Ii j Sun. Moit., --- April 25 26 .. d I GREEN WILL GIVE EVERY Mil
I to read the following lilies! I f I IF :YOU W A ROBBINS'C"I
1' :I would like to elate that'IIi (r:ro i |the l people of ItradfordJCbuntyf MOTHER
J If Urn a Candidate' for re-election I Fair Honest Impartial Administratioi
Ii ; ;,;; ,
to the sides tAwtvHAor\ e WORE TIGHTS
Taxes, lie most Important i Since making my Announce of The ,Sheriff's Office
0'1 ,
mnnt for Sheriff tlnu|
fled! in the County.I .;| aurae Betty Arable, Dun Dalley
I have been very p1eaMdiwlth
would also like to Short & NewtTurn.
that the duties of the office are the favorable response| .
'land[ encouragement that I have5met <<; VOTE & SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATEI'uld
such that it will be impossible Ap rll 21-ONLY
| from rltlienv In all part'|
for me to travel over the County / : > .
( l oJ Adv.)
'of the county.I : SO WELLREMEMBERED
and ilxlt with, shako' the !
hands. of all the Voters., and feel that I am qualified}; T'I
Hollelt their aid and assistance ,[tor the flutlen of thin With anirresponiolble $
on May 4th.Therefore. [ office and pledg
at your leisure! ;,myself to you If elected to IN, John Mills. Martha Scott I R I It"
won't you just sit down, shake [charge! my duties a" Slierlf I Short & News I Star Collins
this little piece of paper, and without fear and without 'avor. -. --
'I'I't'd. Thiim April 28 29 I
imagine that you are shaking {I will devote my full time ti DOCBLE: FI''TUIJErWHISTtE: Spiced
the hand of a mighty hungryand Jthhl office and lw at all lime'ready .1
deserting candidate. to work with the peopb' STOP
Now, for Just a little short J of this County foil the best In i Q.) Peat
vli.lt. During the time that I jterest of every citizen In ij r Cro. Raft, Victor McLaglon f ....
J have been your Assessor. I have; .County. I shall at all tin a-.
kept my Tax Itecordti so accurately [welcome the help and cnope tah'oI I I .e '' t Preserv
that no one hits ever tlon of all the people In THAANADA I -
had any trouble on account: ol ,[County and shall be ready and, i'I EA S cxa
my errors. 'twilling to perform my f u l HONESTYEFFICIENCY I 41bs. 20c
I have tried to discharge the .'duties. III SKIES .
duties of Tax Assessor In a Russell Ilujden, Inez Cooper r..l
1 .
I'have operated farm
my .39Fri.
fair, and
courteous impartial AND AProgressive :
manner thIs county practically all mj Also New _t Sat. April 23 21
llils. O.fflre U jour Office life an.lln addition to this ha\e I I Krl. Sat. AprTTsi"Slay 1IIOI'11LE Man
not my Orrire. By jour vote 'had several yearn 1I1111'1tulU1'',; '\ FKATfRKFOOL'S I I

on Slay 4th you are going to good perlencelth business the training> I'onl. / anti Jlotor ex-&I j 'I Vote (X) and Elect I : ::; SUGAR, 5 Ibs. 3!
employ someone to take chargeof I 1 GOLD
Company In I u\al l'ouoty.As
and administer the duties of
aid office for another lour a father, I am deeply In 1'm.. ""y.Inoly ('lyde GENE LONGI I lra Fancy Long Grain
years. trrested In the welfnitf"" of alt I RICE
Upon my Record, I earnestly children and shall cM>perati tOI)1| Kiss'dfDeathlcliin FOR YOUR :
solicIt jour vale, and not only their protection and security. f:1
4 your vote, but jour actUe sup .j'I : I 3 lb. Can 1.10
port. I will appoint good men onl4as \" :stature, Hrlan :; Tax CollectorPaid I 2 Ibs. 35c
If elected: I all.ure ton a continuance i deputies and will hold I 1he| I'rolevyerlal I :
of that sam service 2 .'
r In Thanking the future you as In for the taking pint.the the payers mlnlmtun of the an'd county save every the tn\-i bltj )1tfl I ,.,, u I I I"I No. 2 Cans Tomatoes 2

t time to iw ad this. message, and pOHslble. I will nut have any
I trusting that yon ulll Kite mea cWd expenses connected wit: 1
) r.L:
I BEANS.3lhs.J
great big X on may 4th, and thin of fire. I, with my deputle. swill ; |
tox, wishing 1 you a long, happy, perform thedutlen o. this
cost to the tai VOTE for Charley E. Johns
office without
and prosperous life, i am, ___ payers. New Crop Texan Big JuIcy

Your, most sincerely,
Your vote and support will Ib. 12c Lemons -i.
I E. W. 11AYES i be greatly appreciated' o Q ,

Candidate for Tax .\sce.corL I T. C. (Clayton) Crawford.' U U_ ( ( NICE BIG

(Paid pole Adv. Z
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Everything Moat ANNISBUILDING I Try V: cuX LIJ] :a S. No. 1 Potatoes 10 Ibs.-J5<

To Hard Neckbones, Ib.. .. 1

Build INC.SUPPLIIi WEIGH: His record and ability .
To Get Pig Tails, lb. -

paIr1036.JOIIi W. Main! St.,. South Items and vote forCharley- Pig Feet lb. IS
Or J Gainesville Florida ,

Remodel PHONE :Z17 Z18 E. JohnsRemember _: Smo. Bacon, Ib. 49
P. O. Box 62 .
All Cuts Of .
White Ib.
Only Four Senators In The Florida Fancy ,
VISIT OUR NEW RESTAURANTMEET State Senate Have More Seniority Than CharleyPaid Grade "A"Beet End CutsBreakfast
Food. Soda Fountain ( for by friends of Charley E. Johns) 69
White lb..I
Beet Boom. For Your CoIn'eaIeace ,


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,. Re-elect will Paul arrive Knight here of this New weekend York City fora had Mr. and Mrs J. E. Newsome Mrs. L. A. Davis attended the Mrs. J..B. Alexander and Pres- Mr. and Mrs Charles Oakes and I :J. H, and A. F. Churchwell--of ,.u': I
F as their Sunday guests Mr. State Missionary Conference of I cott Gill were In I' I
visit with his parents. Col. and and Mrs. Hastings daughter Bobble Jean have been Jacksonville visited Rev. and
ARSON Mrs. D. E, Knight and his brother Joe Saunders and family the Methodist Church at West day. visiting relatives In Tennessee. Mr. W, J. Churchwell last week. ti
and :
Newsome's !
sister Palm Beach ,
.* j. EDVflN H. V. Knight and family of Mrs J. R. Bollck of Lake City. Mr. and Mr last. L.week.A Davis had .,,,. ,, I/MI'/'',,'' 'I' stn,,.,r "hill"',t, dINllelhll'AxuIUYAUt.MNIWCINWIIMIIM l' I, "' 'n,1a11.IN1. sd.IDOL, ....-"-'...,............"........., ",......,.-,"',...._.. ,.._mill..".".-:.;;aeW..._.YteIAN"' ._.IIIAIN',. '"xea41WMWYI1WMxIWnI1X1111nII. "NaMnMW. ."'.. {,' f1 1

i "' mother Gainesville.will also Mr.visit Knight relatives and hia In for Mrs.a Bollick short visit.Is remaining here as their Sunday guests: Mr. Davis' Any Type Moving() & Hauling ;';
: | STATE TREASURER few Lakeland days and touring expect to spend a IT PAYS TO VOTE FOJR HAVES (her sister daughter Mrs. I*, Mrs Q. Thompson J, R, Hnnlee and i 1 t : //1; .
Paid For
Adv. South
(Political By Friends ol J Edwin Larson) Florida Mrs. I '
Challey Johns visited and Mrs Lois Reed of
before Mrs.returning Emma to Starke. Mrs Hogan Smith at St. Vin- C. K. Hernvtall attended the -" : Your Moving Worries Be Our Troubles i ; 1 ,:
England of Savannah cent's) Hospital In Jasksonvllle I >
r ft. / r Ga., has been Grand Lodge at the Masonic Temple :
here few
a on Monday. Mrs CALL
4 M. Smith underwent In Jacksonville, Monday FOR PROMPT, COURTEOUS SERVICE (
days this week visiting her sister an operation last week. of I ;,\ \ I 'J I t
through Thursday this week .
Mary Geiger. Miss Amy Coburn left Wed- Mr and Mrw. Ro ..Wahlln and ,

IT PAYS TO VOTE: FO.W IIAYKS: with nesilay her for brother-in-law an Indefinite visit Sons Or\illo of Maiden Rock. \Vls. : Billy Jackson Moving! & Hauling : ; ) Ii

Mr. and Mrs. J. B Cottrell had and sis have purchased lilandin; Courts ,

Electric Service & Supply Mrs.as Hill their N.Henry guests C.. who Totten Sunday spent from four Major Chapel years and ter ter Recent In Mr.Seattle and guests. Mrs.Wash.of H.Mrs.A., DeWa-Ara I on PAYS Klngxley. TO Lake.IT \'()T". FO.U I1AYKSMrs : ,. I 1.I Phone 16:5': 'I STARKE FLA. I Phone 49-W I \r : i I.If f '

.1 t:. CALLST.. ..STARKE FLA. at Camp Blanding during the war. Moltt were her sinter, Mrs. W. Ruby Fugate of Jackson- L.IRNIAA1N1M1an"''''IINIIIYIIININII'I'' '''''' ''all''''''IIl1IpIlaOrnMNnrIe'''''''' ,, ," '.MN-IIMAAMNInII1NxeAMr.MANlL111aaIMAIIIAr" '"" ,,, ""NANN'' '' ,'1Ij".iniuwmni. ./ .'rw"' 'ex i a."" .'. .. WSTf, I" I .,!",,',,,',',,?utamf"\ ss i, i u
: -- il
ville '
A. Alvarez of spent Sunday with her
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Redding announce Jacksonville Mrs : < l lwQwkwii
J. M. Hull of brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
I Lacoochee J. :M. !
Contractors the birth of ,
Electrical a daughter
Hull and Miss Vivian Royal of Mra.' J. R. Wainwright The t
Maxine Joyce, born April 13th: at
Licensed Electricians Shadycrest Tallahassee. Wainwrights and Mrs. Pupate at- CLEARANCELet '
hospital. .1
Mr. and Mrs Coy A Stephenson Col. and Mrs. O. C. Irwin and tended the wedding of their cous I ,." I I,

I SALES SBRVICB FOR CROSLKY have daughter Jean of Tuscon Aria in. Louise Kuxnte to Richard C, \ { "
jnoRiZED moved to Camp Blan- E
arrived here Thursday of last Woodberry Jr,. at the Baptist r- :
MUTAONOaGE'- AND UNIVERSAL ding where Mr. Stephenson is em- USE OUR BUDGET '/ ,
: week for a visit with Mrs. Ir- church WHliston, in the after "f '
ployed by the State Military Dept.Mr. I
wln's I II
mother Mrs. Celia Manas-
and Mrs, Leslie Biggs and noon.Mrs -. ... t
daughter. Barbara have moved sa and Mr. and Mrs. T F. Grady R. E. Tanner of Baldwin j.

from and Mr. and Mrs. H.. A: Manasaa. visited her ulster, Mrs. J. H. I
Camp Blanding to their cottage -
I Mrs. Mary Geiger and Mrs A Field. over the week end. (
on Kingsley Lake.
A. burden had as their Sunday Mrs. Edward< Burns had as her ChenilleBed I:

THEATRE IT PAYS TO VOTE FC..R HATES: guests Mr. and Mrs. H A Harden guests at her cottage on KliiKsley( I 1 .

I' p. A Mrs. R. A. Weeks returned I and children of Jacksonville Luke last Frld.iv night Mrs. H j,' \.' t

STARKESunday Tuesday from Tuckahoe N. Y., ',Beach and Mr. and Mrs. H. H C. Brown, Mrs. VV J. Epperson ..

where she had been visiting her Houston.IT Jr., Mrs. Glen Duke, and Mrs, ;/ I :; ft

Monday April 25 20 son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and PAYS TO VOTE FOR \YP.S Leon Moorer. I

Mrs, %V. J. LaMorte the past six Miss Rose Glass of Lexington
WYOMING Mrs. W. G, Halle. Jr., and littledaughters ,.11:
weeks Mr and Mrs. LaMorte are Ky.. will be the weekend guestof Spreads +r ', Jf, t.
Vera Ralston John Carroll arrived Wednesdayfrom "
km. flliott: .
announcing:; the birth of a son Mr. and Mrs Herbert Kltch at I

Mday. A itlniMulay Thursday; :;;; April 37 2s: 20! Thomas Vincent, born March 16th.!' Orlando of the week to( spend with 1 Mr.the and remainder their home on Kingsley Lake. ,y t ex I

DUEL IN THE SUN Mr. and Mrs Glen Duke anti 'I,( Mrs W. G. Haile, while Woodfin i '
daugl tens Tertv Deo. and Gall! i
JOHI-M'. Is attending to business In Gaines- I"f.
'or) I'rik Jennifer Joseph Cotton 3P'II' the .jft-ktra w> ,It ::111'8.Dt..kp' '

(114)"ular.dmlsslon_.. ,Prices.) . paror't*, Mr and, :Sirs: J ville. ELECTGuy SUM ,. "I l' r t
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1 Satut'day-April!' 30 May 1- DOUBLE FE.lTtKE \\. Anrew. ,. '
A. H. (Pop) Kuhn .. Iy
Dr. and Mrs, ..IV.. Kaufman '
PHANTOM VALLEY and Mrs D. C. Holtzendorf attended Seeks Constable : .. ". I '.1
Ulth Charles Starrett The Durango Kid tI1II
the Presbyterial and the r ,aQrk :

And Smiley Iliirnette Presbytery meetings at Lake Post In Dist. 1 ,. to i... \ III,', dIH 4

And UNTAMED FURY Mary Thursday of last week. a''111,' ,' l ltlkilu "IlIi Ih;': 1. : I.. Ii.)
James F. Holl Ings worth- and v'4 J .
Also JesllC!! James Serial & Cartoon
son, Jimmy of Oneida Tenn. + 1'' 1111 .1 I I Ii

spent the weekend with Mr.. and a (, 11 t+1 t, i > I' 'II'1 1 1It i 1 '
Mrs. F. C. Holllngsworth .f \\ '1 i i 1 11 t; ,411yi t1Hh1' :; '

Mr. and :Mis. J. D. Doyle. Mrs. '

Faye' Gill, Mrs Mae Edwards. .I > b ; 111 I I dJ'I'I i r;

and Miss! Elaine Edward visited I It ,

ATTENTION. Mr and Mrs John ttobb at "

Hastings Sunday 1 ... :-". ''i .,
Mrs. J W. McCall and son. ; ) :
Tobacco Billy were visiting the J. C.' Mc-I ." ,., .._-' '. ./r

Calls In Jasper last weekend. I "',1'': .t', II:' ,
Dell of Gainesville t .. .
Mra S. T. /' ,
Kuhn Jt! nuiriueu, Iota ni>\inoliiMrcn ', '
spent last week visiting her sls- ton son. served, In I ) ; 'Ih t,

Growers I tel', Mrs Joe Wilson! I the South Pacific; one In Europe "Just 1 f' '! I

....-..--.---.-.-.,---.:. during World War II; '
)YT WAIT Let Us Write Your three Mont and one laughter C'OLOUS Charge It" f'
Please Elect the remainder (
married of 'IPHONE
ni> I
NOW' family ant with'tn. I am a AndrewsYour ., !

resident of Bradford County, .: 1

\H.\ C. WALL AGENCYConstant ? wv. For owned the and raNt ope ten:i.ted year the I NITK-have: t I ':. !,:' i'

t IIE\\'V IIF.\\'V LIGHT''i'i It
CAFE. Just north of
!' $11 50 {'"ESIU-I! $8.50 'IIY.NII.U:: $6 95 CHENILLKi
Service Over 50 Years. Starke. While engaged In tM i. .t f;.
Please Phone 146 I f
business I have made many w
u s!!! ee "- a __ ;,11: >1. friends throughout the County. Tax AssessorOn

I have served officer with as a the law Federal enforcement ($19.50& Val) ($12.95 Vale) ($ .95 Val.) i''! ..1:; ::.

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and State and with the May 4, 1948 ,

twelve years experience"' I haveIn IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO UETTEK AT it I

L ASSIFIED" this' line nf work I feel thatI ..
---- '
am qualified| l and capable to

B<>r\e the pi'ople of Bradford Denmark Furniture Co. : ; .,
Your Vote and Support .
MACIIINfS.:: typewriters, I Ln8TLadles! IIIIIl........ But, April W. : County; faithfully and fairly. Will He AppreciatedWon't
administer the duties of thin office
I:Inn mill duplicating nul- .1, between Highland and llaxr'llr SISibleyTax 1 151 STAKKE FLA. "' \
rush registers, office furlaw \ : Kinder please notify II, C, an prenciilxsl: by law to ._._,_.._.. ,.H"
book cases, eafrN, Fluke, Ht 2, Hawthorne I'ln.
I"" ,iri-" itel. cabl-1 the best of my ability. Thevote
,kiTi, end Bhelvjnsr Mtorafre) show 111)) rewaul 3tp 42.1FOR anti support of the voters You Give; A Young( .. .. f\
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.t iKhmt. )New, and Rrade UHed to iMtgrotFUnifiii lhM .. HKNT; Home-" 3.' have 4 and electric 6 rooni rvfrlirerntorH. |mrtincntH -- T Collector of th'M Onmty Ix. llelte.l] and Man And A Veteran A !

1 < rimnuKs: 11- water-heater 1 with will b<. deeply appre<'luted. Chance? !
Ltuu'n !xt JH'k..onvltl.t, 2, electric rungre; 2 with IntloxxlporchpK. I. t
't 1113.. HAMU SF'OT 32 InclnKed yards, powermowed HONEST FORESt: A. II. (Pop) KUHN: 1 11Ft
lOt58 lAW"". Nice for children. COURTEOUS; ,- CAPABLE For Constable (l'ltlll01.l l. AilSAPP'S \'.) J
ALSO FOR PALL! >. hush and Hug (rind Pol. Adv.) : { .
u. : A CAnnunETon that plow fur, cutting flrellnen.: several60lb. I --
o' 5ii" un mas. It In- rails for caltle-Kaim; rev- I "Ol'UOTE & SUI'I'ORTWILL I

|) I 'onto|)| AV nnd.... Starke.nee. GarageP.nplr ItM oral sets little government. used j-mllo, ,.. .r.lvln"'l)] BE AI'PKECIVTEIJ I fa ts* more food ', ,\ ;

and chest;; IB Helc-o batteries In ON MAY 4thI ; I
working condition, II a Ir I
J.\TIlt ESSES harder; Model A pickup tru'k:1;'' STORE II ,
| OF ALL KINDS' Model T sedan with extra F FMm. am trying to nee everyone" : Than ever before In the lamo' ,, I
O. f. Wvnn. )lomtitd I mile
REXO\\. ED from city line bridge east of but In cane I miss you, pleaseconsider kitchen spas.) ''tw .
/Htarke! over left from new Itlan- I thl. a penonalllt.. I
ding. hlirhway at large white reitl. STREET 1i I
600 10TH
deuce with tha coltuffeHand burn-
tt ( Political Adv.)

gW HATS nF\IOJ1rr.F.O-FurnIRh: your I '.I'__ : : _... i + t
own material. IJtperlenced mil I
liner. Minnie Mi-nnent HcBMentItnad. _._- "- |
1)f Hox 428. Starke. 8tP 4-23 -= JIII h Ir i J Ii i it

fTUSITmCEr.n'IIOLSTEUrD FOR IIA t.F.-I 1041 'one-tnn plkur ELECT _,_ ,i i .
: : (land mec hnnlciil i-ondltlon. VH.
\Xn Clark, Kt. 2, Sox 99, Starke. P. D. I r 1. I
2tp 4-33 Here it 1st A new fctnd of' I .
J l 111'(1)> | t .\ Card l
|nfHMTTRESS CO. INS'UR.ANr'E fire automobile writ liability a 11 ,lln and.. (Pete) Reddish refrigerator with MORE usable' I I I ; I

21i> PaUtka Fla. life Me. me for your insurancenads. Friday & Saturday April 2:1: 21 ipace on the new flat top, MORE ;i iIhi .
V r>, TVnlnwrlirht, Jar 12n
(In the big
W. Call St.. Phone 154 tfN'RXV SHERIFFOF dotage t I

FOR SALE Pride of ValdostaCut : new Super-Freezer. MORE room t ; : \
RHMINOTOX: r 0 n TAn t. Rtvpnwrlters
U\ .nrDROOM: renldence. I Telea-rnph. Prudford Count, i ItRADFORD COUNTY J ELL 0 for keeping fresh or frozen ll C- II F I

iiuiu ,f stark., jiint com- t'l meats, MORE space for leafy } tI '
th apfurhalt CB h. FUR ItENT;: : I-room: furnishedapartment and fruits MORE usable :
18 'idlnK with concrete 8o4 Water' St. *IS hi".. 3 Packages I vegetables I
''h, if ItlandlnK I Cen- water and, l llKht turn 1..1.1..01. Bee BEANSNo. shelf space for other foods, r
.ltlf' at cost JON. i I'':. \VIIn.11 at Wall liikiiruiue ccI r .'
,IIX'; mil Concrete. Block t'i. 11 MORE food storage capacity 1 _,
.ape.r price' 'In town. 25c 2 Can dollar 9'9'i :
UOW halt glass 8"s8'S". FOTl RENT: :2 And :.t-room furnlwhed per

,LIME' 5:, c ""..nt.aiaM.. Blocks KlnKMley I apartments' Bench.and It ''noJ: .n..r..te 1JIP. Steppln >... Apply Robert Wahlln at 14cStuffed 1 re
|r 11"0 Piers. Mortar Mix Hlandlnw I'oiirtH. Itp 4-10: '
''Mowo '
[!"uck liaullne. Fill dirt for FUR SAL: louse, 4 room. on I O.K.Soap e j 11j
i'hiireh,, St! Mndcrn. Hot water
TATS i> In city limits of Price $2500 11000 each. Apply )
n.On high ground UOO up. 410 Center at. Itp'FOIl i Powder \ !.!
otypper mo. t.1
any, Of bulldlnc con2.iNr'iI ALR:,foppernkln: Puerto Ricosweet f ,'
n potato: pUnm.; Ira SV.IAndrpu I I OLIVES 1
:: I1Rlvanlsed l I t of 8turke on f 3 for 25c .... I 1'I. 1/I(
11\0: Pipe.ln Jh.e:: .h.n''
'd U.IiO per old Lake aruded runii. Jlp' : ... .... M ".
loads. "
rants F'OI'EERll'I'G- CO; ,vt, r vp-nEPAIR: PARTS for the I| 6 oz. Glass eyew."' :;LMvN ,..v' ynb, I 'i ilasld. ..,;; :, :
.:'''..rd. following reln: I'4hak..p.are. I IrflKUfter .. f.
Phone 4 .1"
'null: furnished houses. Ocean City. HronMon. ,. ...... .. I
"n"v.I'M/ 'wind. Both have Mm.I" Langley and aouthhend. 15c Ila.ad C N .. .winlsd, I t r l, L' :
"t"y Mayne.for, .ookln.l _. lUr... DAUBY BKOS.! Zip| 4-JO rC GULF SPRAY ,. .'.'" %,tA i
so Water Pt "
: b :
tfI" FOR SALE. at a haricaln.: Several oil cassias a 'ti 'r't
and electric range.- ,.. -SS3T
one .
ranges ..
.. Vr.K to order Photn"ortltl'ate. Ulada_na. Co.,.Call 1st t Utarke It With D.D.T. Good lirandTOMATOES I..... ,.... ..... ,.., f '; I
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Licenses. ate. ........, .
ction of' WKI.I URII-LINO Rut equipment "' .., r ,. i t
-rrnm All work moulding.r"ar ntee to John Mag- ompoet"
; CAMERA GIFT >r no pay ? i
& .
tt north yards' ', of Jr., Slarke at Jo.'"on Grill Route am'201) Native of Bradford County NrM''a' .o ether' (ho", 194.75 f t i. ; .)1)

.RITTF.n on hy Will take rare of 4tp'5.14HOR Succettxful Farmer and Cat- 2 4 c No. 2 Cans p eked .y .

White clay: or hour at your RENT: 4-room house, modern tlenuui. And anFr/yidain hoturs t 'I' II j,
high school -
r: Unfurnlnhed. service -
In public
asonabl. .
rates 1 hot EJIM'rlf'1le..1 :
u.'LI. Call I 2for25cHEINZ
('hurcht. Rent tao mo. Apply
four terms) '
"P by
Ht. Good Heavy f 1 i'
41.-Cerile : for I}
YOUR TIMBER FOR RENT Furnished a P a J" County Conunlislonrr 4.1,. !tit
NOW ment 8 room. and bath. N. District/ One. WORK More Frl !dofr.s Servo In Mere MI.
electric hot water and father ef seven '
electric Stove Married I 1tS"
hest Cash Prices Paid heater electric refrigerator. sons. American Homes Than Any Other R.irlll.raror. 4' .if L Llrl ""

ILL Phln. 1ST J-room apartmentwith Young and Energetic.MY BRIDLE BABYFOOD .: )"k\i: I
OR UM JEDw'1Y electric Ice bo*. Mre. S. ;
R. John Sr., 103 W .hlnton PROMISEA E. H. SMITH : "i

W. PECK LOST St. 1 :Jersey cow branded I"'R" fair Impartial lawfuladminl.traUoa $3 each 3 for 25cWe : j:

You may know thiscow
rp0. Box463 on right .Ide.
sucking/ her own .If $10 ''" t
Gainesville, Fla. reward by _Stark' A. N. Llarris. t.Itp I. Your Vote Support OB May greatly 'Appreciate the Patronage each of Your Frljridaire Dealer Since 19318TARKK ICf ::1' i

Box 211. 4th Win Be Appreciated PHONE 120-J FLA. TKMPLH TKNTII
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P.\GE SIX .. _. _'_ Y.PRlL !tI
Shoes'2larcull In unknown. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR A* Clerk of laid, Court.J. .X CIRCUIT/ COURT./ BRADFORD May 24, 1948. ,
Wins Pair of ; 1 to appear on STATE O*' FLORIDA to: Mr. C. Dtirranoe, Law Exchange tOL.NTY FI-OHIDAl IN CHAN.Paillette Court and cause.n ,1 ,.,
o'h"f4r.e1 in the ahoy, named John Thomas Flt v rald, whose Mldtr, Jacksonville. Fla. (:.:11 Y. wherri.'
Howard of Starke won Court and cause, wherein plaintiff residence. and addresset % Mr*. Atty. for Plf. <-23 4t i-14 Louise. Bee Plaintiff v It. eTlegraphlshall'" AeINe
I Vote seeks. dlvorca. Bradford County Abigail Chesty, 150-30 ISth Drive ;
rjir L. Grady Burton the pair of shoes given away at Telegraph l hall publish thin OrderIn Whltentone L. I., New York. III! C'IR"I..r c" riir. nil 'UFORI I'nul Bee,:Defendant.OF rUBlaCATION Case No 6497OUDBR v Witness weekly 1..n..l
next four 1""UI'II. I
weekly lny
For Alvarez Store Saturday for the Witness my hand and official seal.I'at' May You 24,are 1041 required In the to above appear named. on <'OIINTY: FtOHIIH I 1:11: t'IIAN- I AND NOTICE] TO APPEAR- 1eal11 1 Stark Flerldj bond n
closest guess an to how long it Starke, Florida thin April 16 Court and cause wherein plaintiff Be\tynTnnblnet John I STATE OF FLORIDA to:. Mr lhl
Candidate For would take a pair of Wolverine IH8. seeks divorce, custody A controlof Plnlnllff. vs CaseNo 'Paul Her, whose. residence and OFFICIAL. SEAL
[ Andrews Inuulnet ..
A. J. '
(OFFICIAL S AL) A.t. Thomas, minor children ana for As 'I'b
support Clerk
I of cake 650J. I
work shoes to melt out a Aa Clerk of aald Court. plaintiff and children and pay all I'arls France, T Frank I.l\lIdlllli of .01,
I I v 1 of Ice. Mr. Howard's guess was 13 lion. J. C'!. Durranue, Law Exchange; casts of this. Mil It. Bradford County ORDER OF Pl'ItLICTIOV 1'011.are,. required to appear on for l'if 61grkPpk IAlty
GeneralA ANf NOT.CK TO
Attorney UUItf., JiufcMimvlllo Fla. Telegraph shall
publish Ord..rWllne" t.t'hlCONWAY'S
18 and 20 seconds \ John
hours. minutes Atty. for I'lf. f-16 4t 817ruiriir In next four weekly ur.I. HTATK OJ.I.OIIII'A to: ;
.. Andrews Innhlnrt, hose residenceIs =
within a few minutes of the .. my hand and official oI".n"'I.oIouth --
: Star Route /
A cnpable a experienced lawyer with time that was actually required. IN roiifr. IIHADFOIID Heal at Starke: Florida this April2c Carolina.You .
an outstanding record of public service ('1)t"Y'1'Y. FLOIIIUAI IN LIIANIIIMil 194. .
I, Il ny OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas are lequlrvd to appear. onMay E STAlif
1'\1 CIHttllT COI'RT.FI.OMIU.tl. InlAOII'OItU H. Plaintiff v.. John An Clerk of Bald 24. ItMS In the above namedCuuit N
STATE .TVETEfAN 'OII A't'Y. 1CHAM- Hninuel ItIcflb Case No. T Frank l.andrum .Mtarke, Fla. and entice, wherein plaintiff
LEADElt WORLD WAR I c.n Y. seeks. divorce Hradfoid County
Atty. for I'lf.
l'' Drew K.: lluxornnrv, Plalntlfr. VB. tl4ij2.ORDER OP1 PUBLICATION 4-23 4t 5-14 Telegrnph l shall publish. tills OrderIn Phone 147 Temple Ave Starke
Sarah' Lena Buxemore, JJefendant'one ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR IN CIIICVIT COURT. BRADFORD n"t'fOlu'; weeklly Issues. Fla.
No 6485. John tot's'!' "IV. Witness lilY hand and official *
ORDER Of PUBLICATIONAND Samuel Rice, whose residence 1.. seal. at Starke "Florida thin April \VA\i\r
NOTICE TO APPEAR unknown.you Joseph. D. Traylor, plaintiff vs. 21. 1940. GREASING ELECTRIC ARC
/oIT.\1'.J OF FLORIDA to: Sarah reciulriil, to appear on Mildred. Naomi Tucker Trayior (OFTtCIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. WELDiPreHHurlzcd
9 are
'Lams. I Ilitxeinoie whoae residence IB. named Defendant Case A* Clerk:: of said Court.
May 17. 1948. In the above No. BO7. Car-WaHhlnK To Remove Dirt
Our Friend and Yours unknown.You Court and cause wherein plaintiff ORDER OF PUHLJCATIOV: rut-Item A (Town.. Attroneys at Law Vacuum. fie
are required to appear on seeks. dlvor.-... Bradford County AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Law Exchange Ildtf, Jacksonville.Fla. of Upholstery Expert Fainting See t"n; For alJw
May 17th. 1948 In the above nami .
jhnll this Order STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mildred Estimate{
Telegraph publish
Court and cause. wherein plain ,;In next four weekly \l ueVltneHn Naomi Tucker Traylor, whose rentdence Attys. for Plf. 4-20 4t 614 BATTERIES'
tiff soaks Hradford TUBES & SOLD
divorce. County hand and official .Is unknown. TIKES ON UVDOKT
Telegraph ahall publish thl. Order my Florida. this April I You are required to RELlE'-for PLl(
In next four weekly ImiuenVltnaBa deal at Starke appear on Proves Small Down I'ayments With Small Weekly
May 24th, Paymrnh ,
III, 1948. 1948 In the above named .
\ my hand and official{ seal .u..IL.IAL: SEAL A. J. Thomas Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff
Friendship must Le ,at\prll, "Starke., 1148OFFICIAL. Florida thin 16th of Aa Clerk of said Court. seeks divorce Bradford, County PAIN MISERIES SEE US FOR YO.UR CAR NEEDS :
ExchangeIlldir Telegraph shall
Hon. J. C. Durranoe. Law publish thl* Ordern
( BEAD A. J. Thomas ..U.onvllle, Fla. next four weekly Issues.
earned. Ed Fraser has John J HenderHon A. Clerk, Kn.of seal
earned the friendship of "'10.Ally. of Anrll.at "Htarke inttt. Florida this 21st sore, Stiff Muscles I I
for Plf. 4-18 4t 5-17 NOTICE: 'ro ('nnnrrOIIs! $7.95'up EXCIIANGE
(OFFICIAi.tij.JAI.. ,
) J. Nrurslm atM
or uwmandB I Thomas JUST nib r r<*ihln( gentle
thousands of Floridians -- All persons havingclaim of Ann.. As Clerk of said Court sore pol. Inusndy. .chin*muscle serf I TIRES $12.75 and up EXCHANGE
IN i CIRCUIT (COURT RRADFOnoCOvY1'Y. against the, estate. hereby notitled John J. Henderson Eaq, St. Augustine to r.l. the peen; ....,. UN Nf KA.
deceased are
because he has the Interest FI.OItlUAl IN CHANerF7R I Crawford' the' their!( Fla. tf -lmlnl| ltoithe '
V.Honytmin. und required" of to the County Atty. for PIt. 4.23 4t 5-1 ws.lse. ol mcuef. ichn and filn*. :
of Florida at heart. ItoijNR' Plaintiff vii. 1.1. claims In the ufflij Florida.In .
4 at"I'U"w..1I! House Defendant.a Judge of Bradford County. IV: CIHCtir: CO I'HT. nilADFOHD
As a cabinet officer he Nn 8478oltlinit the county oourthouje. .calendartnontbs Cot VI'Y. FLORIDA IN CII-VN
within -lltht
OF PUBLICATION "Klnilda. -CEn. .
AND: NOTirK TO APPEAH from the date of the first Harry J. Tlflmikh! Plaintiff' vs, "-'-_----,- OF VITAL
will be in better posi- thesame
a / of this notice INTEREST
., STATE OK FLORIDA to: 1.lnle l pul.lltatl according Dorothy C. lleltnrlth, Defeiidunt ,
;McDowell I KOUHH, whose ri'BldencaIn will become void I Case: Nn 6104
tion to help make this a llalfi.id" North Carolina to law This April ,20. 1. 4S.IACV of ORDER OF PITBLIOATTOV: Dexo
You me required to appear on HIU'O.X Administrator AND NOTICU TO APPEAR
greater state. KNOW May 17, I94, In the above namedCouit the estate of Annie Crawford oi\de- STATE OF FLORIDA toe Dorothy ;, 'I
and I'liuttn' wherein plaintiff, ceimed. 4-2J C. Melmrlch whne.. residence. I
HIM AND YOU WILL Perks divorce Hrndford County + IH.: A:12 Commonwealth Avenue,, I'
'rcI"IC"II"h l l> .hall tMibllHh thin. ri...I-IT 11111. i..\\n Ilinnx, New VorJi New Yoi'k, .
SUPPORT HIM, TOO. In next four weekly IMBIICHVltrtcHM 01'1'1 ('4)lYI't i (.O>I,IIH..lO/I .:It 01" You are required to appear. on Shortening Practical R.cip.i
e \ my hand and iiisiiiu u>It: ct.\\\'I'.a'": : ) May 24, 1944, In the aliove. IUIIIUT Easy,to,follow Fashion
Peal lit /ritnrke: Florida, thin April I pievlouHly announced; ..M a tan.dldatu Court and cause, wherein plnlntlflweekM
I IW 9.1IH.I! { for I'omnit..Hlom--r from III..- divorceHradford County 3 IBs. "How-te" Arliclct
(,I-'I+It'1AL SEAT.) A. J. Thomaim trlit Ono In the eniocnitlo prl- 7'elcgraph'ehall. publish thin. Order 5'"
t c 1 Fiction
1 Stirring
Clerk of Meld Court. In .
marl,," In !May next four weekly Issues,
Itny Selden' l.. Si>id.n I"'u! II ell nil', Day I' for butter yw"le draln- Witness lilY' hand and official, seal
RE-ELECT tuna H'lti"h, Fla. ng", folk., After w. get better I Rt Staike, Florida, thin April 21. 1.07 I All! in the May Issue
AllY for I'lf. 4-16 4t '-17 the WII 1048.
have dr'Llnage.will beebetter notroKI'4 for... I OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,. I L Woman's

EDWIN\ G. (ED) FRASER iv rnitx-rv.rmri'iT Fi.oitinAi roi'iiT. niiAnKoni iCIIAM: : This. .ounoml"lg", and many{ In.many county other wovc.rnn.ent interests ofcltl..ns -- r-- ___.:__,___.. Day
('1<:11 Y. th. m..Jorlty
Kenneth n Flood Plaintiff VII. tlsuwhut I, I'll fight for If EVERYBODY

STATE COMPTROLLERPolitical Alma No. 6441 It. Flood Defendant Cans .I..cted. Cooperating with other commisalonerx .. Trim Your Food Bill With Our
and cctoxpeylere
( Adv. Paid for by Local Friends of Ed Fraser) AND NOTICR TO APPEAR forhthe'tbenefitrof' and our I
If Flood whose residence In un- county is my biggest Int..t.IIlnc..I..ly GOOD New Low Every Day STORE Prices

4'\,_______'______ _,__,_._,,_ known.Your are required to appear on : youJ3ILL LANE. I 4! "
May 17 1948. In the above namedCourt (
RE-ELECT and cause wherein plaintiff IV (:CIIICI'IT' cot'UT. DRAOFOIIU FAIRY STORYBut
seeks divorce Bradford
County IN t.IIAN-:
('I'I 'I''
Telegraph Khali
publish thin OrderIn
next tour weekly |I."u.. -HVVitmxmrnv .. IUtY VMMnela .. Few Nutley White House
N. D. Noon Jr. hand and official seal Edward;, J. Craved I, fendant. People I '
( '.. Cravedl
) Wainwright nt Htnrke Florida, thin. April 14, ', ( M.
elt. \ >, \(
I1M "
(OFFICIAL" AH. Clerk A of. said J. Thomnn Court. oiTl ANI,KltBtuP NOTIfM PUDUC3ATIOV'10 AI'PUAHHTATK : Believe Them Oleomargarine, lb., 33c Milk, 3 tall cans 39c
Pan Kelly, Fcrnunillnn. Fla' OF F1.0U1UA to: l'ar"'aI. | \
Your State Representative AllY, for rif. 4-16 4t 517roi Virginia. rrevedl.' whose a lenldant.address VlrnlnlaYou of'is. 110, l"'l-. Anymore! ;

I" ('iitnirroi'vr 'itT, Jill ti>poiiniv grave Avenue required Norfolk to appear l on .
CAPABLE ('PItY.Srhua' FI.OIIIU\I t'H.1N- May eOUl.t 11th are and I'JIH.' cause in the wherein> above plain-named Super Rite Quality Meats Fresh Fruits & VegetablesPORK

l P. Morris, Plaintiff vs Roy Jiff llradfonl, County
4 (11110..1 Mori... T>"ftmlfint, Caito dlvorte., This is no time lb. 45c
TeliJrraph this OrderIn CHOPS
( U.UFIEITRUSTWORTHY shall publish' -
> No. (I4H1oimrcn. nest four jieekly\ :lni ueH. Fresh Corn Golden Bantam
( : OF PUBLICATIONANI Witness ogy hand and ofrl"lal for Fairy Tales
> NOTICE TO APPEAR: seal, at HIHrke Fiuridu' thin 21st PORK LIVER lb. 37c 4 for 25c
HTATI3 OF FLORIDA To: Roy ears -
tov Ollliert, Morris when reHldniu'e of April lDtR.,0Fl'"IC'AL "tAI.I A. J. Thomas. THIS IS A TIME ,

EXI'ERIENCED't A. Clerk or said. Court.John FOR FACTSBill Country Red TOMATOES
.I. Henderaon.' EH
t .Has marie good liN pro- z Atty.. 1"1.for. Pit 4.23 4t B-M SPARE RIBS, lb. 39c 1 lb. Cartons or loose 25c

t mlftea In the pout you 'llirl'ir CO!.HT. DRAIFOIIDCOUNTY.
III! ( AA Western
a can depend on him In the FI.OIUU IN CIIA1Mu Fresh, Large'' BunchesASPARAGUS

future. c."'F."II..II./iL'IIoI.y. Plaintiff VB.. John, CHUCK ROAST,'. lb. ,,59cd
Thomas Fitzgerald' .f""clatlt. Case. ,- ,- 33c
Han helped obtain moiir +1 '' N. 6.08 4.t '
) .
ORDER Herman .
assistance for our school. .. Fla.: Valencia
No. 1 SAUSAGES lb. 49c
aged and dependent' children ,
.. 8 lb. Mesh 19c
r -
a and with no increase

In jour taxes; j 1'1'Q CRAWFORDFOR Meaty Neck Bones, lb. 19c Calif. C CAULIFLOWER

Has.secure worked more for and liard-aur-helped FjTInsurance SHERIFF a. ,nA I?; Fresh MULLET: lb. 23c Snowball 12's ,- 25c head

faced roads In our countyand Headless Whiting, lb. 19c BLACKEYED PEAS

will I continue to r JJR

work for more In 1919. Smoked BACON, lb. 49c 2 Ibs. 25c

Ills e |M>rlenre and friendship In the licglslatui'e' will bo a Bitted to your needs Any Brand of New Crop Texas ONIONS
valuable aid In
bringing more beneficial leglftlatlon/; to Bradford -
County If you wend him back an your representative Charley: E. Johns FISH FILLETS, lb. 43c 2 Ibs - 25c

'I In 1919. Agency

Smoked ,PICNIC lb. Pascal CELER Y
Your tote and '''''118 13 !HFAKKB!:, FLA 42c
support on May 4th will be
2 stalks 9c
and for the -
.. betterment of Bradford County ;.:; Shands Fresh Fish Every '

(Paid for by fUends of 1Valnwrighk) '" .... Day Fresh Egg Plant, lb. lOc
l._._,_. : =:: :
,_ ,, ___, epreentlno THE TRAVELERS. Hartford Hill Shamlx would like to any I
that he could Have a magic
--_. 2 lb. Glass Ann
wand combine a couple of offices Page Kitchen Charm

a. and II save. won't you 8000.000 I Jam 39c 'Wax 2MI
/ year.It ran't be done.Hay It because I Grape ,* ,Paper -

BUI Shandt would like to nay

tout If the population of FlorI I I Two I IH Cans ON A Plain or Self Rising I

/ 1 t / 1It k ida road itPetlrd double:, nciionU could or be and triple ptrtvldcd other', all l thing with the An til'ageBallard; Spaghetti 23c Flour 25 Ibs. Ij5|

ai less money. lie won't way ItIsv'ause
It ran't be done and
a anybody with even a modest I 5 Ib 8-oz. Ann Page Macaroni
T. C. <('Iltton) Crawford a FLOUR S. 48c
4 amount of business l ewpcrtenceknown or Sua hetti. 3 for -25c|
I lathe of Itruilfortl County, and I I -_
It ran't be done ,
U resident of Slarke,. ban anl"mlc.COtI ;.J

f i SAYS ;._- e offlco of:Jiln!Sheriff cunilidjcy of BradfordCounty. for the 'I''I'j BILL SHANDS Compare These FEED PRICES!

Will Not Promise

j Crawford, who I Fe a welll, I What He Can Not 25 lbs. SCRATCH 1.43
i FULLERWARREN known and micceniful. fanner) FEED -

of Starke! where Jie ll\e with' I Deliver!

hi taken* wife and imlly, hut alwa}.... I Talco I 25 Ibs. LAYING MASH 1.43
: an active Interest In 10Cal .
tlvlc uffultiM.MiHldcH ,, .

t being a "u..p.,1I1 What Bill Shands 25 Ibs. GROWING MASH 1.43
farmer, Crawford, .was until
IH3! connected with the Ford Promises To

ALL-FLORIDA'S CANDIDATE FOR! GOVERNOR :Motor Company In Jaokwonllti Deliver, He Will t r o 25 Ibs. STARTING. MASH I-47
>' where he hekl responsible -

positions and with Deliver!

.. whom he spent more than 10v..art. SCRATCH FEED 100 Ibs. 5.49
remembers Pine Tree Prosperity in Honda when the saw During this long periodof IU1I Shand.t promises the wisest I'I' ,

mills the lumber the stills .....1"11'0.lth the Ford :Motor possible expenditure: of every;
turpentine all had
camps payrollsand Company Crawford ban alwaj. tax cent collected. Bill Shands I LAYING MASH, 100 lbs. 5.49

all contributed to the prosperity of the people of the State.: Fuller maintained hit renldence in promise economy e0n.latent

Warren wants to return the State to Pine Tree Prosperity through a i allays Htarke. reHldcd.where, hit Every family weeK-L ban' with growing the demands tate. Bill of Shanjn a greatand DAIRY FEED, 20.pet., 100 Ibs. 4.87

+' I end and holiday would record! Is a recent of promlnenkept. I' I
practical of reforestation. ahtav
program, That recent will stand
''find 5.401
Crawford with hi. family HORSE FEED
In Starke anti attendlnir to the' twllt'tl he leaven the office of 90'pet.., 100 Ibs. .

1 Here's ninny chore and problem of/ G..rnor.This.
ex'Reforestation hit farnu

:, by the extension tension and encouragement .of In his. announrement. Crawford Is A Time Iona Tomatoes SULTANA

r. of fire protection to all forest tree planting; and- by all other || qualified wild I: "I for fret the that portion I amwell I For Fact Not

it *....... and I till endeavor to I Apple Butter
areas not now covered; by vigorous practicable means that will replenish 'conduct thU office according to Fiction 2 No. 2CANS '

', enforcement of laws Florida's forests." the principle upon which Itai THE FACT IS 27c I 1 lb. 14 oz.1e9C
I and to be honest
Let's get back to Pine Tree Prosperity |ht"t. and ulnoere. In my dral- All Florida Needs j '

; In.Uh the people of thl ==-
with Warren!
,. county. I"III continue. thU .

Win With, policy office"throughout my term of SHANDSFor A & P FOOD STORE Low Prices]


Paid Adv. 300-302 E. CALL
( Pol. ) ST.
( PoL Adv.)
/ / 1'trMhel STARKE FLA.

.de. f.l4 far by frmxlt et MU Wr.o) '--II

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Working Kingsley Baptista Revival To BeginAt 'Upper Room' : . . .
tery Plan Thomas and baby, Mary ;:Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick date for baptism at the even 1 i

will be an all-day ceme- Homecoming First Baptist Will Be Heard On Pine Level] her grandson, Odls Browning, last Friday afternoon. I ing. service (two came In by let- .

u |king at the Klnssley Lake Homecoming services will be Church Next Week Methodist Hour all of Starke, J. W all of Jacksonville We had a great service at the 'ter), and there will be a bap. .

Church on Sat- held at the .. By Mrs. II. M. McRae and O. W McKlnney, Pine Level Baptist Church last tiamal service again next Sunday v
Baptist Ktngsley Lake i
ry Baptist Rev. O. 0. Lant'er who has just returned home after ,at the evening service. We '
All Interested of Atlanta. Sunday. More than 200 In Sun. 11'
April 24. Church on Sunday, May 9. Ga., will arrive Monday to be the eBIRTIID.Y serving oversea). All report day School cllasses, tour candl Invite, you to attend. .
I are, urged to come and The Bradford County Singing Con- guest evangelist for the two weeks CELEBRATION ed a wonderful time and left ata 1:
Mrs. V. A. Browning was given late hour, wishing Mrs. Brown-
IndiesRPENTER'S. vention Is expected to be revival at the First Baptist Churchof
\ present '
I a delightful birthday dinnerat Ing many more happy birthdays. 'Fhone 524 !
and everone is invited and will be Starke. Rev. Lanter has'held her home last !
Friday It being $ 01' I
welcomed. revivals throughout the South for her 60th birthday annivers Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylorand l8 )t. DEF SEaVlCE Mr lIartm n

. [ Services will be held all. day,: by many the years and Is especially loved ary. A bountiful table was laid daughter Chailone 'of LLake .OUOw tae tTomt D. !:
young people. Each the
even-I with good things to eat and after City spent weekend here.
I with dinner on the grounds at Ing there will be a volunteer or- : that Mrs. Browning Was pre. Mr. and Mrs. Henri Van Zandt I

noon, II chestra, and youth choir of junior I : sented with many beautiful and and nephew, Louis Chlquet of
and high school age assisting In I : useful gifts. Those wro enjoyedthe New York have moved to our
E I PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS the music led by the Pastor. Services occasion with the honoree community Wo welcome them. i REVIVALFIRST I

I CHURCH will begin nightly at 7:45.Kach : 1 were her husband her son and Mr and Mrs. Robert Myrick ;
10th St. and Temple Ave. morning an Inspirational d\u: hter-In.law. Mr. and Mrs. W. and daughter Katherine and II. .\I.-
Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; MornIngf message will be brought at 10 O. Browning, another son and M. McRae were visiting Mr. and

N Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic o'clock. The public 18 invited to I daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. E. J. McRae at Waldo Sunday I :.f: (
Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone all services and a blessing awaits. C. B. Browning and (daughter: afternoon BAPTIST

welcome The pre-revival services come Ann her son-in-law and daughter -
V Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Murrhce '
to a close this Sunday with the I Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Glisson, and son Edward: Hall, visited CHURCH .:

ST. EDWARD'SCATHOLIC pastor bringing the last In the a granddaughter Mrs. Juanlta Rev. and Mrs W. K. Hall and .,'J.'
CHURCH series of doctrinal "TheLord's Starke, Fla. !.
messages ,
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Seventy", at the morning .
Sunday Mass 10 a. m. "
hour. The evening sermon, "The
Funilay School 11 a. m. Fourth Dr Roy H. Short, editor of \
DESCRIPTION Week Day Mass 8:30: a. m. follows the Happy Hour of Tha Upper Room," devotional UNDERSTANDING April 25th 'i

PHARMACIST! Father John O'Dowd. Pastor. and chorus singing of requests.song magazine, will be the speaker onTTe bcsed upon tony! years of wide exper* 1

'lIARK'S'EPISCOPAL Sunday School at 9:43: : and Methodist Hour, Sundaymorning fence and Serving dignifies thin funeral Thru May 9th :: :
ST. .
Dne 64 STARKE Training Unions meet at 6:45. April 25.: home with a superior excellence in _. 't
t-Mlnlt Service Sunday: Church School 10 a. m. The church will\ be open for evenIng Speaking'the Sunday before handling affairs of sacred discretion. ;L_ a. 1P ,
I Morning Service 11 a. m. services during the revival and the General Conference of the < p-

____,..... -I9 -Rev. S. W. Creasey, Minister each of the Sunday Services. An Methodist Church convenes In Two Services
1eI Daily
.. amplifier system will be used to Boston Mass, Dr Short will use
'- accommodate those who'are unable as his subject "A Kingdom for .'
10:00 A. M.
Vote For DAN McCARTY to be seated in the auditorium Every Man." He speaks with the DEWITT C. JONES> r .//1'

if need arises. authority of a recognized leaderIn I STARKE PHONE 7 .. ;
the field of the devotional life 7:45 P. M.
FOR of the church. .
At The Tabernacle -
This and other Methodist Hour Funeral Director !

IOVERNORREAL 5 and Despite\the fact a that down it pour was on of "rain 011.service" station broadcasts WJAX may at 8:30 be: heard A. M. over I offer Our conveniences local! funeral and home enables services; us not to Lewis D. Halnes Pastor ::'tf j\

night, a good sized group e
otherwise; available. I 'i
heard the wonderful message ''by Presbyterian ChurchJohn "Though Your Sins Tie An Scarlet<< They Shall Do 'i( :'

Dr. Albert Hughes, of Toronto Warren Kaufman, Minister \ White As Snow".-Isaiah 118 ,.'' '
MAN Canada Thursday night. It was We furnish the higher; type service at the lowest prices ar| I' I

t a treat long to be rememberedand Morning Worship and Sermon accept ANY life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY com .. ',/

HERE'SHIS F- xI a return engagement for next 11:00: o'clock. The sermon this pony, as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation TilE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED ,l t1
Fall Is anticipated with pleasure. week will discuss "Man in his relation carries no obligation.
RECORD Another treat Is In store on to God." Visitors are always Nursery Will Bi Open For Evening Service 1'f H/

Sunday April 25th: when Mrs W welcome. ,
Mr"t 'kyt"TM _. '
v A. (Billy) Sunday, of Winona Sunday School 9:45: A. M. We -- .rl

"Fly Their Fruit Lake\ Jnd.r will arrive and be the all, great and small, should be j J;
Ye Shall Know I speaker.For seeking to know God's will. Go I' .:

Them:' the benefit of those who to Sunday( School this Sunday. We I. .. .'. ..." ....... .. : .. .. .. .. .. .. SPECIALS Fri. Sat. &:
I will\ want to hear Mrs. ,Sundaybut would be pleased to have you' '":,;;, : :: j: !!! : : ,;, : :;;\!'\ :::. ::!!:;; :: :::;;:::\:)}?: i;:;y,:WW.i lil, ,( !?!! ;" ) ;if:{? ,:.;.)::: : ;I ( ; \\'ii';>:,1WW)) %( \\{ AI1itlG>> 23 2-1
I I'KK-\V.\K: RECORD WAR RECORD will be attending their own study God's word with us. Our; .:..:, (. } i : ;iiiliifIIiii ;'1. .. IIWt'i' ( h.!
: jiDw.itrijlj.if: ': : '.. J'B' f1i"1 :i\!\: : C .. "I! '.:h \(: ) ':{:\ F
He l Is a product of the pub- churches morning and evening, a Adult Class offers you a fine opportunity : ': : &; .: Sil\ '
A. Four and one half Ii: : : j .'. }. ; \\ ':;j} I i t\\\-,:; \ titB -
schools. of Florida graduat- years 3 o'clock service Is being '' to study under the direction : .;;: ..t. : ; .., I ,,!;1iI,5; :!! : !. .. :, : ; \ ;
arranged. : : :
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spent In the serviceB. -. 'u$n, ,:.<.: ; ; Y.ji ,: .:,;.;:;ar' rar tr ;Y.t.
( i from the University of Mrs. Sunday will be drivento of a mature Christian and II T ttcc n; } !{ k.tr.I, ,;,;';Sa: {!'Iil'ii'! :. : {t 0i! itt'' 5\} HFI(1.( ) } i iZsllk r y1. 1:
AFRICAN CAMPAIGN. tvr.lL... ; rtLr l ::l: ;:rn : J
din College of Agriculture Starke by Walt Malon, of Bible scholar, C. M. Turney. '{ :: """'I a: : : : l1! : l! i !. ; ; ;! ; : I ,i .I./f.\I.\l\ \: ) "t/, 'tt
;'. '". ::" : .i.fi: :ct'} !iMii1;}t; .)'tr/j,11!?; X.iw\iI11ii!( ?:)\( .itil!.!i : iii'S i'
|934.i ITALIAN CAMPAIGN Titusville, where she has beer Westminster Fellowship for } ; : : \, :;:!' .'
i LEGISLATURE D. FRANCE O N 'D-DAY ministering In Youth for Christ young people; at 6:00 o'clock In J.':"': ..:i\\\f.\;\\ e' ..II.tfB..Ie. iiif)1i; ) ';WlJ.hn\i.: =;;:t iPAIi & 'hu.

Sencd three 'terms; WITH GENERAL "SANDY" and other meetings\ In that sec the chapel. The topic, "Making ..;::{:9y;};;;';,.;. WWi;) ;$ ? :: .l.\. ; .' iJJwdt!;!!:i'. :!! : :,l\w? \ r I"'.t.4". P:
tion. You Invited to hear this + !
7th ARMY.GRICrLTURE are Friends" will be led MargaretRose \\.1.\ s fci
nker In 1941 Spllllion.PAr'II'S;. famous and much loved person- ( Duncan. Everyone by who II. ; ::.:\\iii I\iiW1\ ; ':,.:?:l II\\\ii:1,\\,\! : ;1;}.J.Ii\srrt314yy? ::,;':; ( !!!:=+;j;:t,r''Vf''i'.+.!7lr)4/xar,!.\kl..,.:... .;':.:.!.(fir.i'iiiiijli.:)).; .};/!..'!!. ;."::.!.i.ij,,.;\\l'rhii,) '{\\\ IIJ.i/:: .:.,!... .i'.Pf..,:!.\\t. :ilil,. :
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\ : SupR BATTLE OF'1JULGhid age. comes Is invited -to' bring some r 1'1':: ; (.{p;(tsr.,(.. ;\' ,' ) \\ i/I!)\.i.'::::.; ;:: :iW\ii.i:5\: !!! !:: ptd'vi':::!':;;':,"'::: : ':};.fn!!,'!atifaE;\ ;:{ + ii:!::i>>\\4l\ 'iFl;I[
all measures for the F, BATTLK: OF GERMANY : :;:;::.ttlnl\\: .{(.lI.Wttl.II'i{( ;(; :' ?:;'(.{''i;?;;;.$::ri;:"' .W1iijik; .; :.,::'r.i\\\\\\!!. t I""
.fit of the farnfers and the G. AUSTRIAN CAMPAIGN ,--" article of food for the Pot Luck will s1P ''p'I\ !'II.I''! :;;!,:;\ ('! '''!...!,.;...:,...!..%.t.......:.::.:.......'':'': :.:..:':'. M f,1'U ,*' *,;,
Refreshments. The : : 'f''g
society ,
cultural Interest of this ; :\\!!.JI.I.I'l. ':: iMi
E.L.E-C-T :. 'I
I. DECORATIONS: Pu rple provide the drinks. I ,i"
P: he favors taking the gat .- I ,1 I
| of gas used by, farmers Heart; Legion of Merit; Bronzeheoffir '.?Jl """. \ -. --- I 'i I: ; !
trartoif and machinery Star; Croix de Guerre. Harmon P. CARD OF THANKSWe ),!nprity' ;/RQ. HAM.STUFFED \ '."

|l entirely' on the farm. POSTWAR RKCORD: wish to express our' deep 01'A1'OlS I .
appreciation for the words and HiW '
OLD ASSISTANCE. : After fifty-four month. In MORGANSuperintendent deeds of sympathy and for the R0WMCD IUTtII.ID. .oceou "" ,'J

,. the service he upturned to his, r rV ...' aoUS :
his legislative record beautiful flowers during the Illness i. l't 4 %ti tiIf
to buwlnewt
family and Ills of '
shim to be a friend to the and death of A. S. Strick SALAD 4COfFEt
will which his wife had kept going. '-. TOSSED GREEN coo''UIS : t ?
| people the maximum; ho.: work benefits to se-to while he wa away In 'thearmy1 Public Instruction. -:... land. We-take this opportunity 1 ; e4 WHAT Voo 1.1.- -:' r \ I ll.

and the dependent chll- He Is a citrus grower; Bradford .County to thank one and all. ,AP'LISAUC" 1"v1M MILK ;:

and the blind cattleman and farmer. He understands -The Strickland FamilyBACKACHE N E ED \ :;5\
the farmer's prob
b. His record shown that he I ;
) always been agalnxt a salesisms from his own experience.) Potatoes, 5 lbs ---___ 19c .ii I'
vote for him =- I"las
you fl
It.When you
and he Is still against STUFFH: I M,
will vote for a man who love Broccoli, 10 oz. _*- 3lc HAM, '
His record shows that b* his native state and who has For quick oomlortlDf hel for Baetach.. pe t(:ij ijt !1
alnay been with the small a sympathetic understanding of muunwUo ffloat O.ttlnt' tip Nights' strong I lb. 1 oz. onion, dICed edited hens I

|ntli"t. and their Intercut.Ilk Its people'. problem alrelra cloudy urine under, Irritating.y.., and p.4woUen.......nkli Lt .riat, due. Applesauce ____________________ 15c I V4 1 CUP c",1\\ H\AC. 1 CUP bead cru"'bs t .
reroid shows hl-n to and Kidney and butter '
to non-oqanlo non- nMmle ,.bl.spoon
(fair and honestIn* all matVote for him; he will appreciate Bladder troubles,try'Cyttm.Quick complete Maxwell HouseCOFFEE tl\ V; u""n upper 1 ;
ntlitHtlon or money back guaranteed' A k t.-- aaltea <( nmiing before him. It. your druli for Crete today.ELECT ; Ib ______?._,- 51c S minute' In
for about buue- .
shells melted
|Paid Pol. Adv. Written and I Paid For By Bradford.CountyFriends Parker House Rolls __- 29c!) the prepared p.pp'r bread mbaaso .,... nit and ,i.l
I with \ n .
O' "ham "
of .Dan McCarty.) > I. M'14' HUC ble: <
cl',11 lth
9aj Nabisco! ..It.r: Moisten with fixture, Cover "

J. MAURICE Mutter. Cookies _-__ 18c and on''o".Stull t he peppe' with, .minues.too\. $:'..
pepper. mod. mb5Sbronefo,3_ "" + .
ioa cr
I qt. MILK __ ____.____ _________ 21c c.umb and bake; ,.nder and '
untd, peppers

tare'what you've I always wanted ..7 ., ........: ... mr. '
: :: fi
/NllrfclFr\: : .". "'ljuiHib"IMli&Jft.. ,.,. ..\ ..... (!!: :: 1 j.
t .' *,.,( % vi".. .;:
4 'i ; ..'JH", "to.'...tV.: :S:..".vttl.Y..:..'.: {im1:: $I:

ok: at These Dear Voter; f".. r )

GREAT FEATURES, .......M@."._". : please e."Intentional.".1 do don't not we feel I'm you the making personally oversight. an JA, HI-UP I :A t lIb. Premium Crackers ;:.,. .- ''25c '. ;,$f'-

ble voter In the ''MtYt'4 <44 1'h \
effort to see every r.
? ,
piling Down ounty ;pernonally, but at I am 1M .-.1/.1/

n Vi'ashmgleading' i tlll teaching my classes In j: i Coca-Cola, 6 for '''r 25c t ,r),
Cover I Hrooker Junior- High School, my ei t..l't..l'i. tr. i ; ":J:,'
"lung Creasing f tlmo l-t limited. I am sure you ,
I .. 1.1'
f Clothes L "oterw of the county will agree fJ -.. .1

ed Water\ II ?! that my first duty I I..* to these 1 1.99 4"' ,.:; 16 oz. Macaroni1CTU 17C :4 J.'
natieSoap Dispenser ii children."I '
Nt t* ,
rTemperature Conlrcl I1 am a native of BradfordCounty :' .' k h .. ..
Water Saved a veteran of World "' \ -::-- ; .0.I /'
I Var! Ia graduate of Bradford ; "W. ,,ji t:, ,1 Mayonnaise .
,, pt. 49c '
1 ., S5:3i: ?lV! ,,
'llgh :School and the University 'fat E f
.->f Florida, an experienced, ::
school man and a member of J '/. .1L\i .
'h.. Baptist Church. I am qualified Jt .' ': : ;;".
under the new school law, Large VEGETABLES .'
ind feel that ten years as a YOUR DREFT 32c 'r; :

teacher and principal In the ." .'
vchooln'of Bradford County COUNTYCOMMISSIONER ;
Bananas lb. .
have given me the experience 9c
ia ALLAUTOMATICWASHER and understanding. needed for Large .
the discharge of the duties and CAMAY, 2 for'29c Texas

renponslbllltU-M'of. this high office. Dist. 3 (So. Starke) Yellow Onions '12c

:atic.ather.ere is more Its than iu>ae.tb.r 1I11'IIMftll."ti aulo- "Being. fully conscious of the Prime Rib Steak' lb.. 59c Lemons, doz 2Sc : 'j;':
>a+her decried: and built by MADE BY 'mportanre of thin office to BUSINESS MANENGINEER .
'merai I Hcclric.AU GENERAL ELECTRIC every person who l Is Interented Dixie LilyGRITS I '('

ahem does AUTOMATIC all hc work.means You toss the in the clothes, add soap, and lee !he n the children education of B-r.ilford and welfare COlinI of I i Born and reared In Bradford Wis. State Cheese, lb. 5Sc \ 5 Ibs 55C s 11

7 luls. Then you're through! When you take out the cloth* tv I pledge myself If elected to County. Was an engineer on '
!eat lan 1 drier than ever before-many pieces are actually dry"ouRh Jl..charge the duties 01 thin. your county road building Dixie LilyMEAL '

iron. ,. .the| faithfully with the bent program thereby qualified t<.> Pure PorkCountry 5 Ibs. '. a9c 'l
I And not) only does the G-E All-Aulomattc Washer save you hours of interests of the ('I1I1"n of know your road problems.Practicing 5Sc
+%orl< md atieniion features you've always wanted In m'nd.I rnglncnr fort IDyrarn. Sausage, lb. )
i --but it has all the ' '"
M luiornatic! washer further. pledge myself to you Engineering\ a d V I Ice

C Jr"d I., .. thew yeo.e. washer fh4M I. AU.. If elated to rlet'ete fail time to win help _tift", o.-t)'. *. RICE, 24 oz. 39c f ; .

: ... )awl t. fiIeI", the washer do.a ,...wrk.GENERAL this fries* and be ready at. all HEAVY TAX PAYER Brookfield Butter, Ib. 92ci C
Imes. to..work with the> people
ELECTRIC 01 this county for the welfare "'Uall.1Jnt."tf'tl/ In Your Tat: '

01. every child. In the rounty. Dollar I
HOME LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT "I believe In equal educational Am For Better Cotinty-\Vlde
opportunities for all children Drainage r..i'W
We Service and Guarantee Everything of llradforil County and I I'

We Sell II elected will work for the Im- CAPABLEPROGRESSIVE .. ; :
school In
-rove men t of every ":II-. .I. _".... 1 :J .
the county. QUALIFIEDYour
G.+ J. McGRIFF a Your vote and support will

be> greatly *appreciate" Vote & Support.WillBe CONNER BROS. West Call Street Starke, Florida" .1 it

Corner Temple & Pratt St. phone 199 Harmon P. Morgan Appreciated 4',Sll.

Fla. (Paid Pol. Adv..) (Paid Pol. Adv.) I .,'! ,
Starke. #- .
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Methodist Church"A Sunday School at 10 a. m. with "Our Relationships", at 8 o'clock. PdnF./ DeLaney Defendant. Cap .ek.. 4Ivor..
STUCCO classes for all ages. The rite of Christian INT CIRCUIT COURT. DR"'DFORD No, S'ttDBR:; I T.I. raph ehllil eakHr !,
Voice A Vision An Adven The young people meet Sunday will be ad/ntnlatered at 3:30: p. m.. STATE OK FLORIDA tor Kdna F*. Wltnes,, my hand .
ture" will be the subject of themomlnll' evening at 6:13: for mack and In Hampton Lake. Theron B. DeLaney Plaintiff, vs.pf. rx.L n.y. wnome residence In: 3J8-A 194NStatke. FlerldaM! ,,
1F MASONRY BUILDINGS sermon by the pastor, recreation. The program beginsat Walanuenua Avenue, Hllo-- Hawaii (COFFICIAL
AND The Young People' CYF meet- ,-. ._ f" T. H. SEAL)
6.45. All -?-?-?! !? .
: Rev. W. 1' C h u rchwell In the : young people are Ing will be held In the Legion Hall You are required!' to appear on Z..h H. Douai Clerk 01
\ First Methodist Church Sunday Invited to attend. May 10. 1948 In the above named tIItr..et. 33 a
HAVE THAT NEWLOOK"INDUSTRIAL Friday night at 8 o'clock. Court and CHUBB, wherein plaintiff I Ja"k."n\'I1I..,
k ,NOW' morning at 11 o'clock. Prayer and. Praise Service Wednesday ELECTR. Atty. or Pit, Rh
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
PLASTICS' WATERPROOFING ALSO Dr. J. W. Kaufman will preach The District Rites Last Week ffJVhu{ Not Enjoy The Best?"
< :Sunday night at 7:30: o'clock on Sub meeting of the J. (Romey)
rq; PERMANENT; SNOW WHITE OR COLORED I he nubject. "I Will Build My WSCS will be held in our church For Mrs. DavisMrs.
FINISH WITH THAT "PAINTED YESTERDAY" LOOK Church". The Young People's Tuesday April 27. A covered
dish luncheon will be served with E. P. Davis, 59, of ANDREWSFOR
retain Its beautiful.. color and fIn- Choir will sing; and a real treat Keystone T&a: '
build a
"STiES or plan to ultra violet of Is in store for those who attend. the host church to furnish drinks' Heights, died Tuesday Apr.
., Stucco or' Mason- l I"'h" under ray t will dish
( Everyone bring a This 13, In Shadycrest Hospital. She
ry Home or' Building you will be the tropical sun has been found Is a high honor to have thin group was born In Owenuboro Ky., and surauoi OTOID oAt soviet e
glad to know that such bull.Hngs Ideal for all climatic con.ltlOIIII.nt \ REAL ESTATE sale with UH. Let's turn out and makeIt had been a resident of Keystone

now being permanently wat- throughout the United States. List your' property for a great success.Funeral for the past four years. Her husband SHERIFFBradford Cocking Heating RefrigerationFOR

erproofe4l and decorated outside It .Is now being made In Snow. with me. I have sold many 1 Roy H. Davis, Is affiliated SERVICE CALLE.
low- White. and fifteen beautiful colors ,
and lu..lde, In one easy piece of property and have, MondayFor with the YMCA at Camp Immok-
{ with InduNtriallwhich j give buildings the appears alee. County T. Shull Plumbing & Heating
cast operation any prospective buyers. A
an..e having been "palote Yf'II- \ Mrs. Maude Day LOCAL AGENT PHONE 144
PbMtlcMof SE\I..IUTF., a product square deal I III guaranteed. At
terday"' and the new of tho many "
Company, fair' commission I* all that I rehum. -! '
Plastics Mrs Maude E.
Industrial 66
money-saving advantage nan Day. of
) As a member' of the] VOTE FOR Central Florida Gas &
Jacksonville, .., Florida. spread so rapidly It 1-4 now being Realty Board Lawtey died Saturday morning/ inthe I. Applicance Co.

8EAL-RITK, which wa devel used( In many section of the insured that I you will representyou may be{ a Shady Illness.crest Hospital following' Dewey D. WilliamsFor Phone 3752 Trenton, Fla.
withstand. extreme United States where UN waterproof to the best of ,
Florida to my ability.N. ,
oped.In A native of Bristol, she movedto
4 such as Ing'and: molstureprooflnK as D. WAINWRIGHT 1 Constable For .. ..,
", 'al hn conditions JB. Lawtey seven months ago from +-- ----- -- ;

tonrentlal rains drhen by hurrl- well all Its dccotntlve qualities are -SSSSSrsrr Realtor, ..tPhone__S S_ 184- Jacksonville and was a member' District One E LEGT .
sane winds, and at the name time being highly praised." of fhe Lawtey Methodist Church. .
She !is survived by two daughters ,
Now available, for immediate delivery; Red Feather Dip '' Mrs. Hubert E. Priest of a Honest ALBERT L. CROSBY

Kills On Lawtey, and Mrs. Morene Allinder\
ContactAll C TO
HARDWARE CO. Fleas. of Jacksonville; a son, P, H. DayJr. Capable .
BRADFORD ,; Lice; Ticks- ,, on IX>K.., ., Cedar Keys; and three sisters e Efficient SUPERVISOROF

STARKE. FLORIDA II Cats. Keeps Coat In .Perfect! Funeral services were held Mon. C Hard' Working Citizen REGISTRATION
Condition day afternoon at 2 o'clock in the BRADFORD
.. chapel of Key-McCabe Funeral 1 lie stands for'. City and t COUNTY|
.' Guaranteed To Kill Home, Jacksonville, with Rev County clean and clear of -
Believes<< In clean economical
LICE AND NITS ON R. N. North officiating. Inter- the conditions that are ,Qualified %Yo

:; EXPERIENCE AND ABILITY CATTLE: ment was In Evergreen Cemetery. government morally and and high socially.standards citizenship inconsistent with good VETERAN Dependable OF WORLD \VR

"u99 Sold By SISTRUNK Christian ChurchJ. ELECT AN OFFICE MAN TO AN OFFICEcn'lc I
These two qualifications *
'r..: are necessary for the This
church continues to growas WILL BE APPRECIATED Local Church Born
Baptist; Sept. 10,
( proper conduct of the office there are additions each ser- Your Vote & Support ,
,kl I NOTICE OF SALK: Anmricaa'Legion Rained In Rraulfonl I
> On Friday, April 30. A. D.I vice. The pastor will speak on I Greatly Appreciated Schooled at Drunker,|
Veteran of Wars
the subject! "Stumbling Blocks', Foreign
|1948 at the hour of 10:00 o'
: "Win With and V. of F.
at the
morning service at 11
clock A. M. and at the South o [ I.O.OF.
clock. I a (Paid Pol. Adv.) .
ATTORNEYGENERAL front door of the County CourtHouse ( Political Adv.) National Guard WAR SERVICE:
.f His evening subject! will be, .
r 1 ----------
jn Starke Bradford """I '. U. S. Marines
County Florida, I will offer at
ere, public sale the for- TUB I liE STANDS FOR Oct. 21, 1939-Srpt I
t nerly known as the HumphreyTourist EfficiencyCourtesy ; At Pearl Harbor, DnJ
Home located at the nm Elect; LEX GREENRailroad Time of Jap, Sneak ;
Tarawa Marluniuni
Northeast Intersection of Call
find them
: You will and Broadway Street In the Fairness to ALL Other' Campaign!! .
:t' in City of Starke; also the House anti and Public
Mid Lot fronting on Broadway Give A Qualified Combat Veteran A Chan

DICKERVIN Street and extending to Christian FIRE !N Utilities Commissioner Serve You

C, NA Street (on the West also :. ) .. YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT, GREATLY AI'PREC
j Household Furniture In Build Tested ;\ \ Exp..nced-QuaiIUed (Paid Political .Adv.)
ings.This ---------------
f property may be _Inspected Worthy-War Veteran ,,,, ,
,, ,
,444t ,,
t ; at all times and will non.uo.n.euuwvsuememe.uamu.uaunaa.awuuuwuuauunoisuuuaimwai"" '''' '''' 'i' '' : ''''''' ''''! '' uma..sueisa.s''''''

bo offered for sale to the highest Teacher Business* Man Farmer '
Richard W. Ervin has had twenty years experience, in bidders. I reserve the right/ 4 Judge Congressman University f t ELECT J. P.. (Jake) ROBE!

:, to reject and all bids.
the.legal field; most of this In the field of Government. any Florida Graduate Accounting and
A. J. THOMAS. n Business. Administration at Harvard YOURRepresental
I Ekecutor of the Estate of IK Law at Yale

; A Vote For Ervin Is A Vote Emma Jones, Deceased. For GOVERNORWatch -HE WILL KEEP FAITH \WITH YOU- p yCS

(Paid For By Local Friend of Lea Green) 4
Watson Win TO THE ST.
For. Efficiency, Tilt HGHTINGAtUrntr LEGISLATUllFROM

Gistrsl ELECT i! '
Paid for friends. of Dick Ervin) '
e ( by .f riOIIDA : ..

Robert D. Dopey' I BRADFOF'COUNT

We Want Buck Jones For Sheriff"We a W.C.T.U.Character I

ak 21 Year. Born and KaiJ
and Shame Depart -
want thick Jones for Sheriff bocaust- wants to help A g'i Uhrn Wine Onne* In. SuccessfulExperience-. S On A FarmBradford

the people of lltadford County-"to help, the people help_them- e (Chaucer 1310)) r : In ,

nelve and to rid this (county of unpleasant things that row ,y r .' Florida School Couij
w I ,
e\lHt." j As ,

Class Room Teacher I J. I-. ROBERTS STANDS FOR:
We know that Mr. Jones:can do throe things/ If the people r

.>f Bradford County elect him 'our ned Sheriff. Supervisor I Every Citizen In Bradford County

'State Administrators More' State and Federal Fund for Roads In <('vu
We have hail domestic .trouble and financial Btruggle, but I '
llardaurfacingMain, Lateral Roads Throughout On
are now learning through Mr. "'on",,' good advice and life-long Take into consideration the : -
Better Publo! School
belief "That a Wise Man 'Change, but A Fool Never Changes." best qualified man for Tax Holds. Bachelor's
More Adequate School Lunrh Program

We are overcoming our hardship and domestic trouble Collector and I will be sat a. and Increased Old Age Pension

through hit knowledge and experience of worldly things. Not isfied. Manter' Degrees Pensions for All TJver' 60 Team of Age, Regard

_/ baa Mr.' Jones' been of assistance to us, but to our personal VOTE WORK FOR of Their Wealth

knowledge, he has helped and encouraged many people In Bradford xlBernarr MacfaddenALL NO NEW TAXES FOR ANY PURPOSE

County with \arlous problem and difficulties.Mr. Will Appreciate Your Progress and Prosperity FLORIDA Program CAPABLE Spend the Money We Already Have With Com ltlD' I

< .,. quallfledA ,-
.' Jones gooddaaract..rl"tlra Support & Vote For n
j Is a man with psychology Intelligence
<< NMNI \
A Vote For Me Is A Vote For Pour 0
and believe that every man or woman should R. A. SCHOOL ADMINISTRATOR OF PROVEX-

have the name rights. and liberties regardless of wealth or Please Elect ABILITY AND VISIONPaid i Best InterestsPd.

BobWEEKSCandidate ( Pol. Adv)
( ) i
I jpovwty.tW iJ ( Pol Adv.)
P .,,, .. .. ,. ,, ; ,
'mamas;immmtifm'mm" '" m'mmimm' riiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiii' ii nii smtmmnmuuiiniiii""' "a.nP"'
'j I \ truly think he. N. a well qualified man boa leadershipIn
the coming eht.tlon, 110 let'* all get together and elect Buck I

I f t JoM-for:Sheriff, and let him give UIt the service and "UI'I..ncyI' I TAX COLLECTOR r r ....... ., :. .: VOTE FOR

I. we want .In ..! County. Bradford County ..

........ THANK YOU -
.a .... Mlt. & MRS. E.-L. MOODY Election Date t-tlIere Clarence A. ROBERTS

( May 4th, 1948
:' I It

t CRACKER GRILL Starke, ,Fla. \ (Paid rol. Adv.), ) t4I\:\ For

State Senator

1. Exempting: tractors and farm

. D. BAILEY machinery. from gasoline tax.
2. The
maximum amount of fllSO\

STATE SUPERINTENDENT per month as Old Age Assistance -
regardless of wealth. More '

OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION F. J. SHAWAS money and the for Blind.Dependent' Children G d'

BAILEY believes r YOUR LOOK YOUR BEST S. Paving of
i : x all farm to market,

*. That schools must educate for good citizenship ; 4. Higher wages lor'C'mployrll In I

: the lower brackets' at the- State Farm, anti State
live we make your cld clothes look and feel like employee.
v II. new. For our cleaning process makes colors 3. Will vote
and the look of to against a sales tax. i
restores newness
*. should be placed on all your 6. hi
That special emphasis lie i4 Capable. Agahnt
garment It's the thrifty way to a new ward_ any new bars and ftgalnrt any increase j
vocational training with adequate provisions for 2. lie h Experienced. robe. Call us today. enl tae*.

the Veterans: Program and all Trades and Industrial r 3. lie Is Worthy. 7. Better schools and larger salaries for the school t-
He U trained and IH Is quail-
r' t and bus diilvers.If .
fled for the Job.
r He Is honest and truthful. PHONE 135 the tax money that the State Is. now receding l l. !
Self and family members wisely, and !good, sound business u-d. tw >
in the TOTAL ** ROBT. Temple'GREEN Judgment ....
BAILKY is experienced .
1TOM First Baptist Church. Wife program can be carried out without any now tax

\school program for ALL children and adults. H. elected Sunday ho School Mill teacher.If hold the. 315 Vote for' a successful business. man who I I" a friend l ,

knows the needs of the wlU' *1"*]
t Job himself. i Owner Ave. laboring i.tan. lie
Your \"otend Support On member the people of his District, and will not bo'I"
BAILEY is BEST for our CHILDREN May 4th Will He i confidence placed In trim

Appreciated j FLA.
r (Paid for by friend of Toni Bailey) (Pd. Pol. Adv.) STARKE (Paid Pol.: Adv.)
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