Bradford County telegraph

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Bradford County telegraph
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Starke, FL
E.L. Matthews
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January 31, 1948
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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With- Colonel Bradfordbeen --- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH i I I

[ too cold lately for the Colonel to do much IIlttll1g' under

rite shade tree, so the other day, Just to while away a little

sent a copy of the Telegraph's recent UMTboostlngoment
up to the Florida delegation In Congress-Senators a dtatlvps. Official County Publication Established In 1877

-date, the. Colonel has had an acknowledgement- from only one VOLUME SEVENTY ii Ru:. n.oRlDAJ.-: AY.-;- JANUARY"" SO -1918- NUMBER TIIIRTKKX

lor Spessard I.. Holland who wrote: -- -- -

for sending me page 9 of the Bradford Countyh -
|ank you '.
dated January 18, *with reference to Universal Military 14* J j. A I, ' ) f'', Tourist Club Registration

Is Intention to support_ this measure and I am very glad, n ". ,4t' If t ,. ., f'i To Be
3 Formed Books To
interest and the endorsement of of Open
to! know of your many .. ,. \
ness men of your city." .,\, ; 'f'tf: 'J'" ,t ...
Yours faithfully, N .W1. mt to" ". '.' ". "., ,,, I)' s '
.'. .. \ Monday
Spessard L. Holland. ( -- '-i -_" NightOrganization Monday Feb. 2

', .. f",., ,
date not a cheep has been heard from the other members of fI! ', .. ... ..

I gallon. But,' after all-it's an election year you know. t ,' ". /'t. .... l ." .,... '..,.'1* I '''' Starku Tourist meeting of the J. R. Kelly County Supervisor
i l't' Club will be heldIn of
nk heaven for an outspoken man, even If he and his kind I. '.' :' Registration announces that
.. ... theVumRn'" Club tho
'. ? ,, r # building registration books will open
between. .
and far ,. Monday night at 7:30: o'clock, according Monday Feb. 2. In the eight
"} ''''' to an announcement yes- county precincts as follows:
with some misgivings that the total sale of ,
Colonel notes, terday by W. H.
i ., Z- Nollman. temporary No. 1 (
Lawtey)-City Hall L.
Bonds in Bradford County for 1017 was only $89,077 as chairman. H. 11111 deputy supervisor.No. .

<1 with $145,901 in 1946-a 'per capita decrease of fromo The formation of the Tourist 2 (North Starke) Sis-
State capita average was .$33.12. Club U being
$8.32. per sponsored! by the trunk's
,, Store Mrs. Verdle Futch.
that fellow Bradfordites were buying more bonds Chamber of Commerce in
ml, hoped my cooper- No. 3 (South Starke) Tor-
-especially since under the new Bond-A-Month plan the ation with other civic groups. It ode Chevrolet Co., C. A. Drlggers.

work", drawing account (if you Is believed that a planned program No. 4
,ea all "the dirty upon your (Graham) Dempsey's
;est) for a stipulated amount. Investing it automatically in air NLEA ApprovesFormer r, of recreation and entertainment Store Louis Dempsey.No. ,
will do
you, and even, going to the trouble of mailing it to you more tourists to toward Starke bringing and- 5 (Hampton) B. Y. Sax

Under this system the purchase of bonds has been made will on's Store, Mrs Pearl M. Horne.
: Airfield also help keep the ones we
i and convenient that there is noexcuse,, .for not making reg- r already have with us for a longer' No. 6 (Theressa) Slbley's w

Lrchases-providing, of course. that. your.. account will stand period.In I' Store,' Mrs Delaney Dickinson..
: : For': No. 7 (New River) Post Of-
*nthly "tapping" Development addition to a brief business' fice ,
you haven't already jolned..tI.eBOIId-A'Month} club, .ask your session during which officers for Mana Wiggins.No. .

[bout it. The Old Colonel 8mehow'suspects ,you'll;"be mighty. the new organization will be I 8 (Brooker) Colson'
frorrfe novel V < Picturedabove are some 30( elected there will bo i Store R. A, Colson. _
| ten a
ou did, about years, .. program I
:'"'1 .;.. members of the Executive Com- r=, w of entertainment by members of The books will remain In the

; \ Wt'tb' ., I'D"never mittee of! ,the National Laymen's It the Junior Woman's Club, and I above named places until Mon
matter how, long high.prlcea" Jflinalni u ;. ; gate Evangelistic Association as they !Ii refreshments will be lorvcd.Mr day. March 1, when they will be
75c for moderate size mullet the other
of a
shock paying made ;
inspection tour of the returned to the office of the
I Nollman! all sup
good memory la nice to have in a way but It certainly, Is now Inactive Keystone Army AirField I ._ .. of Starke and urges residents ervisor in the courthouse, where

nce at a time like that for It takes me back Inevitably toy fix miles southeast of ii all newcomers surrounding, and communities all- they will remain open during

when mullet was considered just a shade on the pleblan side Starke. last Saturday morning. \ tourists to attend this meeting. March and part of April.

If it is the Colonel's favorite fish) and had not yet risen to a The NLEA in conjunction with ;!:, /"This" new Club will benefit Supervisor Kelly explained that

I status comparable to .tbat" of'' Russian caviar where It. seems several other religious groups and anyone who was qualified to vote
everyone concerned Mr. Noll
colleges !is interested in obtaining In the last primary election does
today. man stated.< eck in those days-perhaps 60 years ago if memory serves the 2800-acre property as a site many new. pleasant associations not have to re-register. However
Call Street's one and only fish market hung out the "Fresh development as a summer between our old and new real- new registrants who qualified
camp, conference for the last
grounds convention general election
1 sign just once a week and the price was-six for a quarter! dents. It will provide a programof
center, etc. In the lower picture but were not qualified for the
a great day for the populace and the smell of frying mulleth O. E. chairman entertainment for our winter last
Wiggins, of primary, will have to
kitchen in large numbers of people from all hinges upon a decision of the visitors and will also benefit our register
!) eminated from practically every lamp-lighted the Keystone Heights City Council I for the primary Kelly -
sections of the country to this State Supreme Court. The Board business people by attractingmore pointed
points put one of the many out that reglatratjp, > for the
center. I|lot Public: Instruction of Alachua winter residents to Starke."I .
the Old Colonel can still see "old man" Georgen attractions:'of' the location primary .
.1 his mind's eye to NLEA meetinghere County has been trying to obtain hope that everyone realizesthe quajitlcsh. -voter for
(rest his soul!) going by, with his regular, Saturday mul- (from left to right) Vernon W, last week, Mr. Quigley title for several months and has Importance of this program, both the primary and the general
somewhat.slaeable family so he always bought two Patterson of Charlotte N. C., National election but registration for the
e bad a stated that all delegates were been given priority by the War and that we have a representativecrowd
|s-and I see him'now."slx plump mullet dangling from each President of NLEA; J. H. favorably Impressed and enthusiastic Assets Administration. However at the meeting Monday general election does not qualify
market McEachern district representative the I the matter thrown into the Mr. for the primary. After the initial ,
around $9.00 worth as the goes today. over proposed develop- was night Nollmau said.
of Wheaton College; and' J : registration. It Is not; necessary ?
ment and it is his belief that final courts for a ruling upon the rightof

ounty politics haa. been flourishing so In recent week that the T. Quigley of Starke whose efforts details of the agreement betweenthe a School Board to, purchase New Growers Must I to re-register In this county. I

tlm."to to analyzing the situation are largely responsible for I groups and the City of Keystone property outside. of Its own county Newcomers to the county can :
|el hasn't had much devote'' that the interest of the group in this will'be worked out within It is believed that a decision Apply Before Feb. 1. register after establishing residence ,
boundaries 'However It appears now
e of Bradford's ) location.
the next few weeks. In this matter will not be handed In the county for six '
attest race in the.coming primaries will be the one between ,The i airfield'with the exception ,As soon as the! 'transfer of title down for several months yet. : For Tobacco Quotas months but must have been a resident :

Iraser, our Baker County neighbor and Clarence Gay for' Comp- of 140 acres known as the officers' .Is made work ivtjl begin on ren- If the Alachua'Board loses out; Farmers who are Interested In In the state,.for one year .
\\t. Obse>v rt, &ttrjrtertherenr> be more fe dm'( fusaln'*ah-fight- cl1lb--area' ''frOllting'-on. "'JCryatal ovating 'and"modelltng"" the NLEA :'anftTts" ass6'cl tsii "Wftfld( hfew-Orowet! Tobacco 'Allotmentsfor I AnyonewH io- will become 21

connection with''this Contest than any other. Right now the Lake was deeded by the War buildings and other improvements, like to obtain this portion of the 1948 must..file a request In !years.'of. age.,before .the election

athies of many Bradfordites are with Fraser not only because Assets Administration several Mr. Quigley stated. It Is pos- field also. However.'a third party the County Agents' office before may register by filing an affidavit

neighbors, but because'lots of'folks. think he was entitled ''to months ago to the City of Key sible that a Bible Conference has entered the picture and according February 1. Regulations provide with the supervisor Kelly

fob In the first place.. stone Heights.: The City la obligated might be held there this spring, to recent Information the that a farmer la eligible for a stated.

Iready there are nine gubernatorial aspirants, eight Democrats to maintain the property, and camping periods this summer, War Asset Administration has I New-Grower allotment if he has .

lone Republican. Democrats subject to the May, primaries arer buildings, and airstrips, and the he added. recommended that In the event had an Interest in a crop of To- 4-H Achievement'

Warren. Tom Watson, Colin English W. A. Shands Dicker Government retains the right to The area deeded to Keystone the Alachua County Board shouldbe bacco during at least two of the At VanderbiltA
and Bernarr MacFadden the regain full and unrestricted pos- Heights contains 20 buildings including found not to have the legal last five years. In the case of a Day
Walter W Rose Dan McCarJy 70,000 session of the area !In case of any a hangar that will accommodate right to hold this property thenIt veteran the requirement is at local 4-H Club "achievement
by getting
physical culturist ,who surprised everyone emergency. 25 planes; three con- should be awarded to Camp least one year's experience In day" was held at Vanderbilt

for U. S. Senator several years ago. The Republican (there'sIlly Mr. ,Wiggins stated that the crete runways 150 ft wide by Montgomery a corporation or- growing tobacco out of the_ last School Friday afternoon, January

one of those around) is Bert ''Ackers. Fuller seems tohave City of Keystone. eager to have 5000 ft long; a sewage system ganized by the Presbyterian five years prior to'his''entry'in' 0>,- by Mrs. Melva Gallagher, local

dge in these parts, at present although It remains to be seen the property put to some worth adequate for a community of Churches of Florida "for the pur- the Armed Services or one year's 4-H leader

hii militant promotion of no-fence legislation will react on vot- while use and Is delighted with several thousand: an excellent1'pone of establishing camps lodges, experience since he was discharged. During the afternoon a regular

j along the rural routes. the proposition as outlined by electric distribution system serve : schools homes tor the aged, business session was held by the

{The $64 question at the moment seems to center around the NLEA and Its affiliated organizations ed by REA; a fine water system, I orphanages, and other establishments Farmers are reminded that club members. An exhibit was

ntlons of Little Joe Hendricks who sent his picture to all state which Include Piedmont with-two! deep wells an incinerator I devoted to the care protection those those wishing an Irish Potato made by 4-H Club boys and girlsof

"papers a couple of weeks' ago and told editors to stand by for Bible College of Winston Salem, and complete telephone equip I and recreation of young allotment must apply before work done In the 4-H ClubAchievement'
N. C., Wheaton of Chicago and old".
cam- February 1, also notebooks were
nnouncement around the first of February. "Any political ment.The
And he's prob- 111., and the' Christian Busi- much-disputed 140-acre In any event It looks as If the 1 awarded by Miss Madge Whig-
said Little ,
n be
can won in three months contains 27
ness Men's Club of New York. "officers club former airfield Is In for considerable ham, Home Demonstration Agent
right Meanwhile those who take their politics seriously are I As outlined by these groups, the buildings and has 3300 yards of matter who Birthday Ball to the following girls who have

ng on the edge of their chairs.In program of activities at the con frontage on Crystal Lake. The development no At USO TonightThe completed the Beginners Clothing
Bradford County the Sheriffs race will probably be the "main verted field would be on a year ultimate fate of this portion of gets title to the m ch. ought- Demonstration: Betty June Norman

action" with the retirement of popular and respected Sheriffar '''round basis and would bring :the airfield Is still In doubt and I after 140( acres. annual Birthday Ball climax Louise Johnson Loretta

Andreu leaving the field wide open for all comers and of the Infantile Paralysis Kelly, Carolyn Hutchlnson Car.

e'll be plenty according to present Indications. Yes, from Deputy CollectorTo Fund Raising Campaign will be roll Johnson Eloise Carlton and

re the Old Colonel sits. It looks like a very interesting election BBS Basketeers Are 'Seeded' Fourth held tonight (Friday) In the USO Jennell Alvarez.A .

national state and local. Assist Public building. Dancing will begin at recreational period was en-
I 9 o'clock to the music of Morris joyed by members after which
With Tax ReturnsA I For District Conference- MarchWith Coody and his orchestra. refreshments were served to all

ealth, Department'Urges Parents To Bring Deputy Collector of Internal A committee from the junior pupils, parents and guests. As aa

Woman's Club U In charge,of arrangements. added treat Mrs. J. B. White-
Immunization the courthousein
dren Revenue will be at
For .
Diphtheria Starke on Tuesday and Wed- 7 wins and 3 losses to vllle., Vance scored 28 points .- head local 4-H mother served

Y, Covlngton. director of the IIr.- 41me. Children above nesday, Feb. 10 and 11 from 9 their''ermUt at the midseasonmark 24 In the first three quarters... Admission .Is $2.50 per couple. homemade chocolate cake.

FrA. County Health De- tea years of age should be givena a. m. to B p. m., for the,purposeof the BHS the A best Squad basketball capers With its "tall boys" out of the

trnent yesterday Issued the skin test to determine their assisting the public In the team admittedly turned out here In four game in the fourth quarter how- duPont Company Expresses AppreciationFor
Diphtheria" before ever, BHS managed to score only
oWing statement Immunity to preparation of income tax returns.
UERJA any ImmunlzsUon.1* offered. No charce'wltl be made for this years has been rated' in. fourth 2 points while Gainesville forged Spirit of Cooperation Promised Here
Tournament -
ahead with 8, ending the game
"It time for the body to .
takes service
"A recent 'case of Diphtheria, to be played la Perry 53.42.The.
Wing in death has occurred develops Immunity against Diphtheria Most taxpayers have already 4, a.,8.The. beat
Gainesville B Squad
and It Is urged that parents made substantial payments on .
Bradford E. f. DUPONT'.DEz."o.UR8 A COMPANY
seeded teams were
County. We wish. four Starke B 4018. Roswell Kelly:
have their children protectedas withholdings -
their-1947 tax through
a"> to call to the attention of direct named at a District meeting In with 5 points., was. high scorer for INCORPORATED
as possible. their or
r ents, that. Diphtheria is one young from Wages Perry Monday which was at- BHS. WILMINGTON 98, DELAWARE
the serious "The Health Department Is gladto payments to the Collector but- Coach Carson Gelger.
communicable dis- tended by
must Girls\ Play KltteUlnus. 1948
January 22.
immunization service in nevertheless taxpayers
es that 1. Lake City: 2. Perry;
can be prevented by They are:
znunlza tonll.! tile regular scheduled clinics on file annual returns on or before 3. Madison; 4. .Starke. Other The BHS Girls lost to Ketter- Mr. E. U Matthews

''D.phtherla: the 1st and 3rd Wednesday afternoons March 15. 1948. as provided by teams In Group B. District 2are llnus In St. Augustine Tuesday Publisher
Is' Mae Hall
spread from 3221. Carlie
per- night
s of each month and any Jennings. Cross Bradford County Telegraph
infected Live Oak Jasper
with law.All with 11
Diphtheria? was high scorer for BHS
1'IUa, by any means which will Saturday morning between the persons whose total Income City, Lake Butler, and Monticello. Starke Florida
rry the hours of 9:00: and 12:00.: In 1947 was $:we> or more must Win From Metro points. Dear Mr. Matthews:
germs in their and
nose The Girls will play a return
oat discharges to the nose and There have been no Diphtheriacases file a return. All three BHS teams won from with! Ketterllnus at the The advertisement In the "Bradford County Tele-

roat of an unprotected person reported with the excep- Melrose In the armory here last game tonight (Friday) at 7:30 graph" of January 2 welcoming du Pont to Florida has
tected persons may be sick tion of the one previously known Demo Committee Friday night.A o'clock.Coach; Geiger was endeavoring been brought to my attention.

tb Diphtheria or well persons family. It is requested by the Seta Candidate Fees Squad won Its game 146-35, to book a game for the This was a very nice thing for you and we

d y carry the germs In the nose Health Department that have parentsof their with Frank Dryden and Spike boys tonight, also! but had not appreciate the offer of cooperation you and your peopleare

. throat without symptoms of children endeavor to further Total qualifying fees for county Vance dividing scoring honors completed arrangements by press extending to the company. The General Manager of
disease This latter of children protected without candidates were fixed at honors chalking up 13 and 12
4Ivid group Is be- political time yesterday. our Pigments Department which Is handling plans for
Close supervision .
tale delay.
are known as carry five percent the maximum allow points respectively.The
Hawthorne Tuesday the development of ilmenite deposits Is out of town.
schools and
and ing kept on the gen- girls. won their game by a
or may be Immune chile eral ed by law by the Bradford Coun- with Alma Next Tuesday night in the arm- When he return I will show'this to him and I know he
adults public.At decisive 53-38 scorn,
in Commlt-
the Democratic Executive chief
community. ty here BIIS will meet Its
ory will be with It.
time we do not Thomas high pointer. delighted
recommended that children the present *ee. In session at the courthouse Conference rival Haw
hnrnunlzeli believe that there Is cause for any The Boy B Squad followed suit Suwannee The Public Relations Department will be pleasedto
against this disease Tan. 10. The meeting was pre- In three .
'ginning at about six months of undue alarm and appreciate the ilded over by W. M. Wadsworth; with an 18.12 win over the visi thorne. games.At work with you and cooperate In every way possible.We .

ge. This prevention consists ua- continued confidence ahd support 3r., chairman. tors. Myron Lavely with 8 the present time neither will keep you Informed frotn time to time concernIng -'

'lily ef two doses of relatively of the citizens.A. The five percent total Is madeup points,, was high scorer for the Starke nor Hawthorne A- Squad and the plans for development there as they come along.In .
lost Conference game
e vaccine given at Inter- Y. Covington, Md., Director, locals. has a the meantime. If there Is any specific way In whichwe
''i1s of Health of a two percent assessment Lour To Gainesville the outcome of next Tuesday'sencounter
one monthu also Bradford County which can be of assistance. please feel free to call upon
'cOllUnend that which goes toward defraying the EMS A Squad missed a prob- may determine
LVe been children who of the Committee and Gainesville Satur- will be the favored team In the me at any time.
Mrs. A. M. Pettit of Gainesville I expenses able win over
previously Immunized
Sincerely ,
.'Iring' the first few I arrived Monday for a fewdays' I a three percent filing fee. which day due to Vance and Dryden being Suwannne tournament scheduled yours
liven a booster dose years of life( visit with her son and : /goes Into the county General fouled out of play early In for Feb. 27, 28, 29 In Trenton.It Tremain F. Robinson.
ne about three vac- daughter-in-law Senator and Mrs. 'Fund to be used for expenses of the game. Score at the half was, !Is predicted that local basketball TFR: JGtill'
)Utinely on entering year school for or(I Charley E. Johns. the election. 24-24 and at the end of the third I! fans will turn out en masse I

quarter. 41-40( in favor of lee this s'gnlflcant! game. .

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TWoIBradford. -----.-- .. Lake City, where he la un ment last year. Many growers' or one of the Count
.- - pital, will be reduced next men These It":!
N. G. Hayes, Jr. dergoing observation tests and a. allotments unless 75 per cent of the Lorenzo Green are JIInIt

County TelegraphESTABLISHED Takes Fourth Place HamptonBy general physical visited check-up.him on Mon Mrs. year allotment is planted and all grow ton. 1M Z..
Lamoreaux; urged to try to set out
E. L. MATTHEWS OwNER-EDITO At Brahma ShowA Mrs. M. C. Sweeney ers least are 75 per cent of their al The deadline for 'iIc.
1877 day.Mrs. and daughter at for ntjw grower ,
Wilma Medlock If they intend to \\Qbll\
.. .acres
amt Entered aa Second Brahma bull owned by N. G lotted ments Is
Jacksonville, were January
of 31.
Friday Marilyn tobacco the
Published GUEST: continue growing
took fourth
Office at Starke, Fla Hayes Jr., of Brooker here.
at the Post of Martlnsville,, Sunday visitors -
Class Matter at the Ocala Brahma show B. L. Fisher County Agent added.
place Va., and Frank Eaves, of Roa- Don McMahone, of St. Petersburg RULED
member to- 1CI1
recently. Young Hayes a I Growers having questions on
MEMBERSubscription 1948 of the Bradford FFA Chap noke, Va., members of the NLEA,,, I was a visitor\ here Over the bacco allotments are requested to 0x12, for school chlrt'amBral1tord
held their mid-winter con weekend.
enter the bull In the who Corgi
ter, will
9'1! Annually 91.10 For Six Month State Fair at Tampa, Feb. 3-14, vention in Starke last week, were contact the County Agents' office grraph. !
there interesting''' speakers at the Baptist AcreageFor
hoping to take high honors Tobacco
mornIng -
Church here Sunday
LESS GENEROUS THAN OUR FATHERS Jimmy Hamilton, also of Brooker to an attentive' congregation.Mrs. 1948 Season
won ninth place Let /Install You A MODERN BATBR
' Infantile Paralysis fund currently being raised Harold Norman, one of the J. O. AdkIns entertainedthe Reduced To 311.2
With the
';t and the annual Red Cross! drive in the offing it is well to came Bradford In,ninth Chapter at the FFA statewide judge,, tian Ladles Church Council at: her of home the Chris-last County Agent T. K. McClane Or Remodel and Modernize Your Present(i

pause and consider an editorial that appeared in a recent Brahma Dhow, with Roulph Sapp Wednesday afternoon, January 21. announced today that 1948 tobacco
out that the average American and Carl Edwards doing their Durden was Pro- acreage allotments were sent
issue of Life magazine pointing Mrs. W. P. last week totaling
out to 109 growers TO THREE YEARSTO
climb on top. but fall ONE
beet to
up Leader, and the subject was
than his father or grandfather gram 28
; of today is leas generous That brought the ,Chapter 311.2 acres. This Is a
Ing. -
Life bases its statement on figures that show that all pub- team down low In the final plac with"Finding a Bible Assurance Quiz on in the Religion Apostle'snames. per cent reduction from last year's PAY. NO DOWN

:fic-supported charities last year received two and a half bil Following the Devotional, 444.4 acres. This reduction was of
Ing.The because of a surplus
lion dollars-less] than two percent of the national income champion bull at the show Mrs. O. P. Wadsworth, Secretaryhad necessary flue-cured tobacco carried over.I I PAYMENT
was bred by the Norrls Cattle of the Business Per-
in the worst charge ,
It seems that the amount contributed even The largest of export buyers
, : Co. and the champion cow was iod, after which, Mrs. Adkins,
days of the depression (though less in dollars) representedfive owned by H. O. Partin & Sons assisted by her daughters. Helei England, withdrew this from and the at mar-the CALL 144 OR SEE US AT 335 TEMPLE A'I}
percent of the national income. The figures indicate Norris sold "Miss Dumpy" for and Louise, served Whipped ket early year produced a

that charitable contributions have been getting a diminishing 2375.$3,100 and Partin sold a bull tor Cream Jello, pound cake, coffee same bumper time crop growers of tobacco. Shull Plumbing & Hea'
and Cocoa.
share-of our wealth for the past 20 years. "The outlook for tobacco pricesin

Life attributes this fact 'to "a widening gulf between Guardsmen EligibleFor nie Mrs.Seley J., C.of Wynn Starke and, were Mrs.among Lin- 1948 Is not too good that at they the STARKE, FLA.

those who feel personal] responsibility for want, grief, and EntranceTo the guests.Mr. will present\ be supported time except at 90 per cent

ignorance in the world, and those who don't." and Mrs. C. E. Williamsand parity and parity is expected to
West Point of Cerro Gordo,
The attitude of "those who don't" was recently epitom son, Jimmy be somewhat similar to last year"Mr.
N. C., were recent guests
ized by Senator Robert A. Taft who, in discussing the Capt. T. K. McClane, Jr., commanding -: and Mrs. L. A. Wynn at their McClane said. "Each farm
cut by the same BICYCLE SHOE
''., hungry and politically confused peoples of Europe, said;: officer of Hq. Co., 2nd lake home. allotment amount unless further reduction

"People] don't completely collapse. They go on living anyway Bn.Guard, 124th, has In announced:., Florida that National the Mr. and Mrs. James Gray and' was necessary because of failureto *
small daughter, Carolyn, of Plant 73 cent of the allot- REPAIRING REPAI
." An indignant letter writer to Time magazine called deadline for eligible Guardsmen to City, visited relatives here last plant per

Taft's statement ". the most cold, curt, and cruel indictment be nominated for entrance to the week. They were en route to' ,

I or, better still abandonment, of humanity since Marie. United West States Point Military for the Academyat Class of Jacksonville. REAL ESTATE We Make Keys

Antoinette said of the hungry mob 'Let them eat cake'.' 1952 has been extended to February Friends of Mrs. F. B. Hall will List your property for Bale
But the attitude of Senator Taft seems to be the attitude 1, 1948.Applicanta be glad to hear that she is recuperatIng with me. I have sold many ..-.-.. ...r_'_'_' ._.
of the charitable of at her home here after piece of property and have
of too many Americans in the face pleas must meet the physical I ---i
*, today. academic being quite ill and a patient In many prospective buyers. A 1-SPORTING
and requirement
''t "The very variety of appeals means that every American prescribed .In the. Military Academy Shadycrest Hospital, Starke, for square deal Is guaranteed. A ......,.._....._.......---0
several days. fair commission la all that I require.
who is self-supporting and self-respecting should adopt catalogue. In addition they
As a member of the
J. G. Lamoreaux
''tA at least unprofitable cause for his interest' says Life's must have one year' service In spending Baker
editorialist.The one. a Federally recognized unit of thla week in the Veterans Hos- Realty assured Board that I you will represent may be Biggs &

man or woman who fails to do so is going to look the National Guard. Bradley left a job in a railroad you' to the best of my ability.

mighty short when measured tip by the Golden Rule. will National have completed Guard candidates the requiredone who yard Point at and the a brilliant age of career 18 for in Weat the Realtort N. D. WAINWRIGIIT tPhone, JR.154 105 W. CALL ST. STARKE,]

year of service "by July 1, U. S. Army.> .
Plate Lunches Regular Dinners 1948 may also apply under the .
February 1, 1948 deadline.
Short OrdersSandwiches Capt. McClane urged eligible .
Guardsmen to apply for the Wes
Soft Drinks Point examinations. "This U a ."
Y great opportunity to receive a
tilts four year college education lead Andy Have You Hear(
{ I QUICK SERVICE Ing to a lifetime career in theregular ,
CLEAN ATMOSPHERE army," he said. "
h General Omar N. Bradley Army "
Chief of Staff Designate Capt. 'T'
A&A LUNCHEONETTE McCIano pointed out, was one ot ABOUT THE

DOOR TO PARK THEATRE the many young men who entered K :
Hobby OilomNEXT Dub Rhodon West Point from civilian life to 4
Find fame In the Army General :

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-- Miss Mary Powell Weds Robert H. LappeIn Uglow Reaches Bob Daniel Retires Alexander Sells Out

I SOCIETY and CLUBS From Pullman Run
90th Milestone
Lovely Ceremony Wednesday AfternoonThe 14.; B. Alexander, ?

Starke friends of R. O. (Bob) Waldo and former
;;: :Episcopal Church Service short streamers of pink ribbon. Starke
will be Inter-
Uglow Home Scene Flower Show Center was the setting on Wed- Miss Fields was attired in a r ested Daniel to of learn Sarasota of his retlrment on chant, has sold his WalZ 1,

afternoon January 28, at dress of a lovely shade of blue to O. A. Schenck, who
Of Lovely At Homer At MelroseIs nesday January 15 after 31 years of service -
4 o'clock for the marriage of Miss crepe In tailored design, featuring r 5- as a Pullman conductor on management on Jan. 1:1:, It

Saturday AfternoonA PostponedAt Mary Frances Powell, daughterof a high neckline. Her hat was the Seaboard Air Line run from announced this week Mr, &,>.

Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Powell and black, trimmed with small pastel- has lived In Waldo for sYi
of the Melrose Sarasota to Tampa.Daniel's
lovely At Home wa! held at the Robert II. Lappe, son of Mr. and pink flowers. She carried a nose- and was formerly in .
Mrs. John Woman's Club on January 21 It picture appeared in a the i te,.
' of Mr. and and fern
the home Mrs. Harry W Lappe gay of red carnations block business there.
1 Uglow last Saturday afternoon. wan decided to cancel the Seventh with streamers of red ribbon. recent Issue of the Sarasota Her-
-j jt'
6 o'- Annual Camellia and Flower Show Prior to the ceremony, little him board-
until showing
2 ald-Tribune,
24, from .V.V
January Mrs. Powell, .mother of the : ,
In celebration of Mr. Uglow's advertised for January 31 and Mice Beverly Lappe greeted guestsat iLk ing the train for the last timeIn I
90th birthday. anniversary.Mr. February 1 because of the wide- the door, where Mrs. J. L. An- bride, wore a black crepe dress his official capacity. He made

t greeteda spread Injury to plants and blossoms derson, Jr., Invited guests to sign of quiet design with. a black hat, 'I. fJ in INStRUic:
and Mrs. Uglow his first run to Tampa July,
the bride's book. and corsage of ,_z-r' I
host of friends, about 87 guests In the recent freeze.In : J91T. Although not compulsory! g

calling between the appointedhours. Its place the Woman's Club The Rev. L. D. Haines Pastorof Lappe, mother of the bride- s Before moving to Sarasota,, Mr much safer to carry tj
Church, wore a lovely dark blue Insurance.
the Starke Baptist groom I
will ,have an Antique Show on and Mrs. Daniel were residentsof represent only j
crepe dress and a black hat trimmed line, reliable .
the marriage
ceremony stock
The chosen color scheme for the Saturday the _14th end Sundaythe performed Starke and still own propertyhere. comp
,beIng The Clubwill against a background of quanti- with red flowers. Her corsage Your business will be
afternoon was pink and white 15th of February. They expect to visit their app
ties of cut palm was of red roses. Meld.
carried I out effectively then carry out the same pro- old frIends here In the
ed at the mantel six burning Following the ceremony a reception many
throughout the living and dining gram announced for the camelliaand by near future. 129 W. Call Street
held at the center.
On either side of was
room. In the living room, artis- Flower Show and the various white tapers. Opposite Bradford Co.
the improvised altar, graduated Placed over French doors at one Telej
tic bouquets of Corona gladioli, committees who were appointed
floor candelabra held lighted white side of the'room were artistic Innerspring and Box Spring Phone 134
chrysanthemums accented for that exhibit will sel'Veat
and white with delicate fern were used the two-day antique show. tapers, creating an atmosphere of arrangements of cut palm Matched Set, '63. Sam Rosen- N D. Wainwright Jr I ICONWAY'S

quiet dignity befitting the occa- branches, these also being used berg Si: Son.
to advantage. The hours Saturday, Februarythe -
between all
sion. White floor standards held with effectiveness
Ward, assistedby from 3 o'clock In the
Mrs. Chas. F. 14th are Til-
large bouquets of white narcissi double windows. Miss Peggy
Miss Lucile Mitchell, invited afternoon to 8 in the evening.On Powell and MIss
ley, Miss Betty
guests into the dining room, : Sunday, February 15 doors of !and greenery. .
served refreshments
where Mrs. Harry McDowell presided the club open at 10 a. m., and Miss Janet Anderson, pianist, Alice Lappe SERVICE STATION
to guestp.
over the guest book. Grac- close at 8 p. m. Tea and sandwIches played the traditional wedding t
The bride's table was overlaid Phone 147 = Ave
ing the buffet was a clever, fan- will be served both Sat- processional, and during the cere- Temple Starke. Fla.
with a cloth featuring Italian cutwork WASHING POLISHING *
of Corona and mony softly rendered Beethoven's"Moonlight wise and WAXING
shaped arrangement urday Sunday. Still hale and hearty,
Reposing in the was
gladioli, pink carnations and white This Show will be as Interesting Sonata". Directly the white three-tiered wedding witty at the ripe age of 90, John GREASING ELECTRIC ARC WELDING

chrysanthemums, this being flanked would have following the ceremony, she played of Starke's Pressurized Car-Washing Unit Installed
as the. Flower exhibit cake, decorated with rosebuds of Uglow, one pioneer
on either side by burning white been and the members of the "Always" and "Because". light pastel colors. Gracing the residents, Is pictured above en- Vacuum Cleaning of Upholstery

tapers In low silver candle hold- Melrose Woman's Club hope that The bride had as her maid of table was a half circle pf lighted Joying a bit of Florida sunshinein AMOCO GAS and ACCESSORIES

ers. weather will also favor them with honor Miss Hazel Fields and Don white tapers, tied In the center his favorite rocker on the .*. BATTERIES S7.95'Up EXCHANGE

The dining room table was blossoms Patray served as best man for with 'white bows and held In porch of his Lafayette Street -
TIRES $12.75 and up EXCHANGEr
draped with an exquisite lace the bridegroom.The crystal candle holders. A con- home.

cloth. while a centerpiece of pink Nazworth-Johnson bride chose for her wedding tinuous arrangement of fern and Born In England, Jan. 24, 18-

and ,white carnations and white attire a lovely grey crepe en- white chrysanthemums graced..the 58, Mr. Ugllow came to America

chrysanthemums was used, lend- Mr. and Mrs. C. Homer John- semble In a graceful style, featuring table in a half-circle. with his parents at the age of

ing further charm to the scene. son of Arcadia announce the marriage varl-colored eequlns on the On another lace-covered table 11, lived! for a while In Canada,

Flanking this arrangement were of their eldest daughter, left shoulder. She wore on her was placed other refreshments in and later In North Branch, Mich. SMALL HOUSES WANTEDSell

tall burning white tapers held by Mildred Ellen, to Vlnnon F, Naz- hair a halo of pink rosebuds,'and ''a large silver tray. Mrs. J. L. When a grown young man he

low silver candle holders. At one worth. carried a nosegay of pink carna- Anderson, Jr. .presided over the heard about the. healthful effectsof

end of the table was placed a The quiet wedding took place tions with tiny sprigs
silver service from which guests on'December 24. at Claxton, Ga. Ing with bronchitis, he decided Your Vacant Cottages For Cash

were served coffee alternately by to give it at trial. He arrived I
Mr. Nazworth Is the eldest eon
Mrs. J. Warren Kaufman, Mrs E. of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Nazworthof in Staike in December 1885, and Before They Deteriorate Much

V. Charbonneau, and Mrs. A. Q. Starke, and la employed as .. has been here ever since, farm- .
Uglow. On the opposite end ing until his retirement In 1918. --
the Seaboard Airline
welder by:
other tempting refreshments were Railway. C3 "My health Is better today Write Box 643

placed on a large scalloped-edged than It was when I came here *(
The bride la a senior at Desoto m Gainesville Fla.STARKE'S
silver tray. at the age of 28," Mr. Uglow .
High School In Arcadia and will
i Mr. Uglow was! remembered remain there with her parents Well, folks The politicians day night Seems this event declares, and he isn't on the pay- r

t' with many lovely and useful gifts until the end of the school term. slacked off a little this week, so was In honor of Peggy and Bill roll of the Chamber of Com-

given to him by his many friends maybe I can wangle a small cor- Tilly's blrthdates, and was quite a merce, either.

u on this memorable afternoon.The ner of the again before an-

following out-of-town rela- Baptist TEL Class other crop paper comes along Guess/ success Glad to see Dot and Bridge-Luncheon Day SHOE REPAIRING

tives were present to share this Met MondayMembers i they're klnda like the strawberry Lyle Anderson moving back to At Woman'sClub
town last .
weekend .
iI They'llreside I "' 1"- '
I bushes the cold and rain of
occasion with Mr Uglow:
of the TEL Class of with the ;Lappe's temporarily -
the past week has aorta "held 'em Club
members and their lends
his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. the Church held their ,.while Lyle does his final
Baptist back" But just watch them enjoyed Ladies Luncheon PROMPT: LOWEST
and Mrs. R. L. McDowell and their monthly meeting Monday after- blossom out again when the sun 159 days In the Navy (unless he Wednesday of last week In Day the ,

sons and, daughters-in-law, Mt. noon at 3 o'clock. They were entertainer -I starts shining and the roads dry decides to re-enlist) Hear 'club house, with 24 present. SERVICE PRICES

and Mrs. Harry McDowell ,and l ) at the home of Mra. G. off to where they can stir around that Billy Miles hitchhiked to Members met at 10:30: and play- r
W. Alderman.Mrs. : Tallahassee ]last weekend! to at-
all without bogging down I bet ed
Mr. and Mrs. Julian :McDowell tend FSU dance bridge and bingo until 12:30,
"4 of Jacksonville; and Mr. and'Mra. W J. Epperson, Vice- : we haven't seen anything yet.' Brown's a bid Add on Marian when luncheon was served.

A. G. Uglow, of Detroit, .)tl h., president, led the devotional and sights for Mrs.'R. P"Stubbing was award{
sore eyes: those new satin uniforms -
presided over the business meetIng f !" --;- the Girls basketball teamIs ed high bridge prlz' : while Mrs We-Specialize In "While-JJ-Wait" Work

Hear thai the big attendance A. G. Uglow won 'the visitor's
UDC To Meet .
They're metallic
contest ended at the LianA! Club
Following business, members en- prize. Mrs. Fletcher Burnett
blue, and downright stunning was We Your Business
,1e The W. T. Weeks Chapter of Joyed a social hour, at which Wednesday night wtth Harley awarded the Bingo prize. Appreciate .

i the UDC will have its regular time the hostess served delightful Strong's team declared the wIn- Yes the hand Is quicker than Hostesses for the occasion were 116 So. Walnut Street Next To Hollingsworth
nah! (at least by Harley's. count)
monthly historic and social meet- refreshments. Mrs. Hans Walker, Mrs. Edward
the If don't believeIt
eye you
ing at the home of Mrs. R. A. Seems that the losing cap ask Lamlra Gill Someone Bums Mrs. Marcus Brown, and

{ Green, with Mrs. O. J. McGriff Jr. Woman's ClubThe tain, Frank Landrum, bobbed In snitched her handbag out of her Mrs. O. L. Haynes.
and out of the meeting so quickhe Armour
as co-hostess, on next Wednesday. car while it was parked in frontof Blue
( February 4, at 3 p. m. Junior Woman's Club will couldn't be reached for an official Doyle's and she and Mildred WSCS NoticeThe Star
statement Tho losersare \iLTo
hold Its
regular monthlly meetingon were both under the Impression Rose
Thursday, February 8, at 7:30p. : obligated to entertain the that they were "watching" the circles of the WSCS of the

m. In the club house. winners at a fish and/or oyster auto Just to show Starke Methodist Church will Pork
goes you
and with the price of
IDA&811TARKE Hostesses. will be Mrs. Glen supper can't afford to take even tho have their regular program and RICE

Wood, Chairman; Mrs. E. Lawson, oysters around $1 a pint that'ssomething slightest chance these days social meeting next Monday, Feb- & Beans
to about! .
FL':. and Alias Garnlta Hutto.A worry Elise Jones writes friends that ruary 2, at 3 p. m.
Best news of the week la that among her recent experiences in Circle One will be entertainedat 3 IBs.
Hamilton Ritch is back at his the home of :Mrs.
Japan was the disconcerting one L. A. No. 2 can
Sun. Mon. Feb. 1-2 home in Gainesville after a
of in Davis on West, Madison Street
native-style a Jap
f. It's AWonderful lengthy hospitalization in Orlando hotel a la on the floor! Circle Two will be entertainedat 49c
I Congratulations. .
the home of Mrs. "E. K. 17c
What no BeautyresU! ? Ted Perry-
;'ri)' man. .
> Life Osborne wants this column to say
also in order
&t goodbye to all his friend for .. .
J Jan. Stewart. Donna for John and Bea (Zacharias) In- him I "-
seeing as how he couldn't WCTU To MeetThe
i"( Reed, Lionel Barrymore man who have announced the complete the rounds before departing Pillsbury FLOUR, 10 Ibs 99c

.i New Si Short birth of a son In St. Vincent's on for Houston Hear January meeting of the r _

--- -- January'17 The young man that Steve Simmons and family Laura Scott WCTU will be held .Great Northern

;( Tue ONLY Feb. Sr HALLMARK VALENTINE! weighed nine pounds and will be have moved from Clark Street to at the home of :Mrs. H. L. Brown- BEANS; lb. 13c

known (naturally) as John Smith a house in the Pearce re-subdivi lee Friday Afternoon, Jan. 30, at "' ''' '" I. ..

r Desperate CARD WILL WHISPER j Inman Jr. . Nellie Martinez slon 3 o'clock. Ga Belle NUCOAStringless
who leaves the last of the 11onthI;
t';' Steve BrodU, Audrey Long to join Joe In San Juan, Puerto Among the week's more amus- KITTY KIMimoUGH BLACKMr. j Oleomargerine15c

; j Shorts St News SEND THE VERY BEST I Rico, must think an awful lot of ing stories was the one emanating and Mrs. Dameron Black,, 15c lb.
Call Street and the doings of Us
._ from the Uglow "at home" last
-eOele.pU L Jr., announce the birth of a '" '" -
Fob. 4.5 habitues She's paying over afternoon Seems
Thuia. Saturday
Wed. i daughter Kitty Kimbrough, on
$8| postage to have the Telegraphsent that at the height of festivities Jan. 33
DOUBLE FEATURE Tuesday, 20 at Riverside BLEACH lie
:, to her air mall week
every qt.
everyone suddenly realized that Hospital Jacksonville. Mrs. Black -
Guess we'll have to do something ,
Mr. Uglow, the 90-year-old guest Is the former Miss Kitty
Hogsedof .. ,
1.Rolling Home Interestln' to be -
of honor, had "disappeared"! Starke.
worth all that money Hear Some fifteen or twenty minutes Flllnbury FACTORY PACK
.. lean Parker, Russell Hayden the Woodrow Thurmans are slat
elapsed with everyone becomingmore are stopping with the Hartmanna Pancake Flour I Sugar

ed to occupy the Martinez house and more perplexed ." Seems that Eddie and Ben
News HoundsLeo during the owners' sojourn In foreign Just as the family was on the formed a fast friendship when 17c 5 Ibs. 40c

Gorcey & The Bowery parts vergo of sending out a searching both were engaged in Navy workat '

party, in walked Mr. Uglow, Key West during the .
Boys war .
Spotted an' ,Jotted Pat McGrlff: PURE LARD 1.45
r Also News beaming from ear to ear and B'on owns a thriving pleasure-boat 41bs. -
and June Caldwell sport in' the ,
announcing that he had
building plant, but he
---- -- - UcGrlffs new Pontiac all over operates '" ..-
thirteen from four-
Fri Sat. -,Feb. 0-7 gotten eggs only during the summer months
the: State Farm Thursday night of teen hens Yep He'd beento As soon as the weather be- Large Size S ]b. Tin
DOUBLE FEATURE last week .. Madge Brownlee f
chickens! .
feed the OXYDOL
recently home for a few brief k gins to get really rugged in those 39C CRISCO 1,36
parts, he packs and heads "' ,
up ,
Cuban Pete lays because of exemptions at Hear the regular Saturday! night .; -
South, which Is

Peal Arnaz, Ethel\ Smith Mrs.Montreal James. .A.. Claire Griffin Cottrell shopping and along bingo parties club In are St.becoming Edward's more recreation thing weather to do, Judging I've a pretty from smart the U. S. No. 1 POTATOES 10 Ibs. 45c

reports seen from
Hollywood Camera Call Street last Friday ,
and more popular Seems they ,
up there lately See Harry "' "
Prairie -
ExpressJohnnie Seems the attractive Mrs. Griffin "
from 11:30, and some
& Gift Shop Cannon, genial young head geologist Florida I
'r and her husband Col. Griffin really valuable prizes are offered to Nice Big'
: assigned duPont's Trail
Mack Brown recently set up housekeeping on he Is Sweet Potatoes
Harley Strong says
Kant Call St. at Railroad Ridge operation, currently back In BANANAS6c
the: Rlandlng post, where he is
Serial &: News eating regularly again after win-
State Maintenance Officer for the ning $10 worth of groceries there Starke around and expecting to remain lb. 2 lbs. 23c

National Guard No strangersto pretty regularly for some "' .
I last Saturday night Seems time now He's still not makIng ... -
Call Street, they stayed at that the first Monday night' In
Wlmberlys when Col. Griffin was each month the event Is sponsoredby any definite statements, but Crisp Celery' Yellow Onions
Service & smilingly ''remarks that
Electric Supply stationed at Blanding during the the Lions Club with the proceeds don't look any worse" ."things, And 2 stalks '25c llc lb.
war and Mrs. Griffin at one time from that evening going to

125 K. CALL_ ST. -, STAKKE, FLA., taught In the Lawtey school the organization for its charity ,that. sounds good enough for me

Electrical Contractors Hoar that Mavle:. Carter (Jr.) .. So long See you at the -
and Ann Wilt won first prize for Numbered" among our InterestIng I '- _
Birthday Ball tonight And
Licensed Electricians the most outlandish costumes at winter visitors Ben Howes
e : are by the way. the Junior Woman'sclub Country Made Fsesh l 1N
Peggy Tilly's tacky party Sat r- and wife of Mendon, Mich.\. who Creamery
has Just Issued a laat-mln- Sausage lb.
--- ute
communique vowing v
MAYT.tQ NOROE AND UNIVERSAL the USO will be WARM so you ... -

MAJOR APPLIANCES IAi.VARF.rSTORE Men's Clothing :leedn't lie afraid to venture out Chuck Meaty

i Established 1894 because of the weather Carolyn. Roast, lb. 49c Neck; Bones, lb. 25c

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_ of LOCAL NEWS: and Mr.children and Mrs.Charles Merrill C. Futch Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKinney Eury F. Stokes to John F. L. It. Hill to Eva A. Grant, A. M. Blanchard to Eva A. i
ITS and Martha had *s guest last weekend Mrs. Freeman (H. B.
of Tallahassee were guests last McKlnney'a father, G. W. Hazen, Brooker, $...&00. Stokes farm) diagonal lot 2, Lawtey, $100. Grant, lots 5, 0, Block 25, diagonal I

weekend of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. of Brooker. Mamie Lou Edwards: and W. II. lot 3, Lawtey, $100.

Bvangeline Morse of Au- Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinsonwere Futch G. M. Slstrunk, and Joe Mrs. II. If. Adams and children Brown T. J. Alderman to Thos.! F. Edwards to Eva A. Grant, property Geo. F. Young to Eva A. Grant,
Hampton, acres.J. .
guests of
recently Mr. and
Sunday Sistrunk.
k Mass? arrived John and Jane left Wednesday in Lawtey, $400. 40 acres, Lawtey, $1200. I
'extended visit with her Mrs. J. B. Mills In Green Cove Mr. and Mrs. Guy Edwards for Memphis Tenn. where T. Land to W. C. Loper,
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Starke - -
and Springs. Friends of the Wilkin 5 acres $900. -
land in-law. last
sister- spent Tuesday shopping In they will enjoy a visit for three -
n. R. Morse. sons will regret to learn that their Jacksonville. I weeks with Mrs. Adams' parent! Lewis Mobley to J. K. Douglas t

H. L. Sullivan of Theressa small nephew, 3-year-old Glen Innornprliig; and Bot Spring Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mostley. tract of land Brooker $400. I
Layfield, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Uest Monday at the home Matched Set, 985. Sam Rosen.' Mrs. N. D. Walnwright, Jr. Jennie Ritch to Anna Sophie t NOTICEOUR
Herschell of
Layfield Gainesville
D. W. Moore. berg & Son : and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls Clausen. 1 acre, $2.500. .
was. struck by an automobile recently Ira P.
and Box Spring Little spent last Friday shopping In Shepherd to Chas. C.I
pring while Marjorie Ellen Tompson
crossing a highwaynear
Set, $85.: Sam Rosen- his home. As a result the has returned to her home in Jacksonville.Mr. Shepherd Willie H.5 Andrews acres, Starke to Container!, $1,800. CURING PLANT :

child suffered a broken leg and Monticello after spending ,several and Mrs. R. A. Newsom had Corporation of America

land'Mrs.. Joseph Arnao severe head and body bruises.E. days at the home,.of her grand as guests last week Mrs. New- acres, $2,900.Fred 120
been visiting Mr, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. som's mother Mrs. J.
A. Howe
e three J. Dahmer and E. T. Shull Guy to W. B. Bryan, house WILL BE CLOSED
I Latterman the past were In Jacksonville Monday on Stump. She was accompaniedhome of Hollywood and sisters Mrs. H. and lot 50x109, Madison St., :
eft Tuesday for their home business. last Sunday by' her aunt, W. Shipp of Jacksonville and $3,000.J. ,
klyn N. Y. Miss Evelyn Stump. Mrs. R. E. Mathews of Lakeland.
HOOVER Sales & Service. Th W. Brownlee and T. F. Lan-
Mooty had AFTER FEB. 1No 1
Harry Mrs. Edward
nd Mrs. outlet for Burns, Mrs. O. L. Mrs. Laura Moseley has been drum to Bradford County Farm
SaturdayMr. only genuine! parts.
guests I
Mrs. R.
r dinner Alfred St. Phono 120. Smith's Garage. tt Beasley J. Davis, Mrs. called to Rome, Ga., because of Bureau Lots 1, 2, 3, of Blk. 4,
and Mrs. M a 111 e Gahagan, Mrs. R. A.
the illness of her
Mrs. daughter, Mrs. Livingston, Truby &: Co., addition
Calif Mr. and Carrie Ingram was a din-
Weeks and '
Stockton Rev. S. W. Creaseyare C. W. Johnson.
Miss ner guest Sunday at the home of $750.: :
Elton St. Peter, and the
105th Dlocesel
attending "Wedding bells have .
J. W. Brownlee
of Gainesville her nephew and niece Mr. and Convention of : rung" and T. F. Lan-
holland the Episcopal Crystal and China. "Her chosen drum to II. L. Brownlee, S 1-2
Mrs. O. W. Baxter In Baldwin.
arrived ,
Shoes Just
Jacksonville this
week. .
Sprint Friends "of Albert Willis will be pattern" at the Bnldc'a Shoppe, of lot 4. Block 4, L. T. &: Co., addition t
SIIOPPE. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Mixon and
SMART 302 W. Ma lUon. I
John"M6yer of glad to learn that he is improving < (, $150.K. .
and Mrs. small son Timothy John were More Meat Accepted
Mr. and Mrs. Lavon Andrews of L. Griffis to Luther Grlffls J
vile were guests last steadily In Shadycrest Hospital guests Sunday at the home of Palatka spent Monday with Mr. 39 $100.
the home of Mr. and where he has been ill since Mrs M. E. Mixon and Mr. and acres .
d at and Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Jr. Clifford H. Allen to C. T. Whittle After That Date ,

G. Hemingway; Saturday. Mrs. A. M. Mixon. / A '., Mr. and Mrs. J. H DuPre and 7-8 acre, Starke, $400.

Friends of Mrs. Annie' Ward daughter, Nancy, were guests Eva A, Grant to Ceo. F. Young, /
will be glad to know that she has Sunday of Rev. and Mrs. J. E. 10
acres, Lawtey, 1000.
\Every Branch of Improved a great deal after being DuPre, in Live Oak. H. A ninnchnnl to Eva A. H.A.LAWSONMeat :

111 for the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Manassa of Grant, lots 1, 2, :5, 6, 7, 8, block

INSURANCE New Spring Shorn Just arrivedat Feinandina were guests last week- 12, Lawtey, 3000.

the SMART SHOPPE. end of relatives in Starke. J. II. Moore to Eva A. Grant

Mrs. F V. Kent left last Sat- Mrs. T. L. Ray of EHJay, Ga., parts/ of lots 1 and 2, block 8, & Cold Storage :

urday for her home In Ottawa arrived recently, for several Lawtey!' $300. I

Ontario, Canada after enjoying weeks' visit at the home of Mr. Earl Pievatt to Eva A. Grant Stark, FloridaNOW ;

H. c. WALL AGENCYPLEASE several weeks' visit with her and Mrs C. A. Knight, where lots 3t, 5, 0, block i., Lawtey t t

brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Knight's mother Mrs. James $300. -

PHONE '146 Mrs. W. A. Scott Shepard of Jacksonville also li Aaron Sumner to Eva A. Grant,, -- .

Mr. and Mrs. George Sapp and a guest. 1 acre parallel with Law tey. .. ,n rill.. .... .. ..
Constant Serviee'Oiier 50 YearsSTARKE Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dnktlns and InuiTHprliiKT. and llox Spring Starke road, $100.PURE :

t daughter, Miss Jo Ann Dinkins Matched Set, iftfi.V Stun Rown-I r SHOWING{ I

spent Sunday In Sarasota where berg & Son. .

they visited Rlngllng Brothers Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby, Jr., A Wonderful Selection of

Circus winter quarters. and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford\ Hazen OIL

BUILDERS SUPPLIESA Miss Madge Brownlee returned spent Sunday with friends! In PRODUCTSSPARK

Complete, Line of Builders Supplies Monday to Montreal, N. C., after Palatka. Valentines
enjoying several days' visit at the 'Mrs. PLUG CLEANING
Mr. and C. H. Quick Jr
IIIK 45 Across' From S.A.L. Depot Delivery Service ? ftF1
: home of her parents, Mr. and
had as guests last weekend Mr. MATTEKY CIIAIU1INO
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. and :Mrs. Rubin JarreN and
erwin-Williams.Paints Fairbanks-Morse Mrs. S. T. Dell of Gainesville son. Al Quails. Jr., of Bronson, .

Paint Your House Home Water Systemsnd was, M.a Brownlee.guest last weekend of Mrs.J and Mr. and Mrs. V. E. 1o::!'ell of i. .

\ Pay by The Month Terms If Desired Palatka.
HOOVER Sales & Service The Co!. and Mrs. D. E. Knight We Also Do

only outlet for genuine party.Phone have as guests this week Mrs. C
R. Smith Jr., and little non, C. R.
ik-l5utt Asphalt Shingles", (Green & Blue) Building Hard- Rev. and Mrs. W.. J. Church. Smith, III of Gainesville. Mrs.

e i Hardware Cloth Common and Finish Nail. Asbestos !- well, Mrs. W. I.. Blair, Mrs. Titus Smith Is the former Miss Merry

I Siding;, *. Cement Mortar Mix Olson, :Airs. A. W. Anderson, Mrs.L. Beth Knight, daughter of Mr.

A. Davis, Mrs. E. K. ferryman, and Mrs. II. V. Knight, former PURE OIL 4 CP
Mrs. O. L. Haynes, and Mrs. W. ;
residents of Starke. Service'Station
UMBER All Grades | MOLDING All Kinds G. Haile all attended a meetingIn Mr t. B. E. Withrow and Bert .1 e
Temple Avenue Phone 100I
of last
Lpfibiirg Thursday Bennett of Odum, Ga., spent I lM
week of the Educational Seminar
Thursday as guests of Mr. and
of the Gainesville District. -- -
BRONZE SCREEN WINDOWS & DOORSCLASSIFIED Mrs W. H. Graham and Mrs.J. Mrs. C. A. Knight. ---- -
i Mrs. Ethel HIggs had as gu".tsTuesday
R. Wainwright spent Tuesday Mr. and Mrs W. T. Cook "':
In Gainesville c:: )
and Col. and Mrs Owen W. Griffin .
and daughter Peg all of St.
( V-1 Clayton Crawford Augustine. '. c:=
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I Is CandidateFor t:::' -

Sheriff's Office Phillips Announces .- Priced From 5c to $1.00
LOST Blue-backed, GOOD! The Little 4-
OUR CAR w. have a fi.w 3-rlng 814x11:
D.CO auto radio! Immediate notebook encircled by rubber ej For'' Commissioner Wo'rd WE HAVE YOUR FAVORITE ONE -
kllatlon. Ai low a* 14350. band. Contain* many papers with Letter That cmrlbe ,-

ft IPHERD at Madlaon RADIO.tnat.SERVICE., Stark Seville my name., IU.Reward.4, Box Write 159, Oalnew T. H. O. J. Phillips, Lawtey electrician Every Tasty Tld- Sec Them On Our Counters

SR vllle. 2tp 1.30 made his formal announcement bit Hold by The LAPPEUAKEUV

LOST Key ring: bearing name this week for the office of
I YOUR FARM CITY AND Harry P. Leu Inc., Orlando.' Fla. County Commissioner of DistrictNo. VALENTINE CANDYIn

ES8 PROPERTY ._ .. pleane Two keys leave on at"Arne Telegraph rink Finder office. y'. One, Lawtey.Mr. DONUTS: llearl-Shaped Iloxes Beautiful Packages

$a reward.- 4tp 2-13 Phillips Is a native of Bradford The Finest We Have Offered In The Past
FOR KENT. until September with ter' County and haH fluent mont Few Years
STROUTOr eEl L5 REAL option of buvtnK-6-room hone, of his life here. He has served COOKITH ,
I.TAq'E furnished or tinfurnlahed 6 acre
.atr t ni1.. -T Uer of ......... fronting on Highway 100.; Rt. 1. 16 years as a Trustee of the Illrth.luyVcd.lln {We{ Will Uadlu Pack To Ship To
trr property. !!.. mnde over Pox 144. Name on box and Kate: Lawtey School District, several
Mien Of .._ Thomas Campbell. 3tp-2-8 Any Address
.. K rnf years as a City Councilman three Cuke* Our 1"'I'laltv
n..r. from all tae
J. Free open lUtlnr, _ever Foil RENT. ['pitairs. furnlHhedanartment years as City Clerk, and at present -

STROUT REALTY AGENCY porch Clox, 2 In.large Inquire room 401 and!So. Is serving his third term as LAPPSBAKERY

presented Locally By ThompHon St. lip Mayor of the City of Lawtey.He KOCH DRUG STORE

C HOLLINGSWORTII Foil MALM Oil Ili'NT-2 bedroom served two terms as a Brad-
118 So. Walnut St. house, never lived In. Complete ford County Bond Trustee and
bath new electric and STARKE FLA.
pump feels
water h"R ter. I acre good land, 4. lays with his experience he PHONE: 10
all fenced 2 block from pout he knows the need of the citi- --##.. ..,.." ..#..-..-.. .. #.........., ....,.... .... .. #
MATTRESSESOP: office near school and church"'.
of this district and County
Price $3250-$750 down. 10 yearntn zens
ALL KINDS b811.n.... at 6% Intereiit. and will do his utmost to satisfy
RENOVATEDFURNITURE Will trent $17.SO per mo. Mr*. if elected '
Joyce Futch Lawtey. Its the voters

trio water heater, 30 Kill, 220 Doyle Moves Plant [
c; gJ volt double unit In original hlpplnir T. C. CrawfordTo
crate. $90. Call 195. UpFOK ...
Doyle the Cleaner is moving ..--- --- -- --
JtH.NT-:ll-rooni apt. private the Voters anti Taxpayers from its former location on Waah-
bath gas stove, electric refrigerator. of Bradford Beautiful MAHOGANY
Adults only 324 N. ington Street to the building formerly 3.85
Cherry St. ItpWANTKI I hereby announce as a candidate occupied by Starling's

KEtTIIOLSTERKD SAND ) treed plnno. Must harpaMonablft for sheriff of Bradford County Grocery", adjacent "to the A &: P, HOT PLATES
REFINISHED and In good condition.Addrei Florida, In the approaching on East: Call St. J. D. Doyle, Night Tables

l Drop Us A Card lncUlrle" tn Tel".raph.It Democratic primaries, May 1948.I owner, states that service will not For
\ TINGS MATTRESS CO. feel that I am qualified for be interrupted during the move (',wful Ix-Mlde the lied For Lamp, ):
b>\ 230 FOR HUNT-(larasre apt., was for the duties of this hlgb and responsible : '
Palatka Fla ronklnir, and electric refrigerator.Call ItookM, ( l'K'k. Eta Make Your
183-W.. It office arid pledge myselfto Cola rniiin C'onifortalilt IJmltrtl 1I1'd$1 00
.ANCEI writ all IInu: Works you If elected to discharge my Florida Coca .
KOK HALK-8 0-lh. home.
., automobile Be Jlablllty. and anywhere anil rldeii.i W. J. Wllk- duties as sheriff without fear and Sells Half BlockSale Reg. Value "| C95
m. for
your Iniuranc Itp, Handy for Making
l emon Lawtey Fla. will devote
t N. D. Walnwrlcht without favor. I my 10PLAN' -
Jr.. 129
Can St.. Phone 15t U l'I''Tl1t1J! FKAM1NO. .- All full time to this office and be of one-half of a city blockof 19.95 NOW. (;ofl..., Cooking

0-l.\L.: CASH REOISTER for choone Lance from.selection. Hollywood of mold In! .lan'l at all times ready to work with property on U. S. 301 by the UIIUr.fT; :No Interest Breakfast Etc.

.ahl.large for alae.' good condition. A lift Shop. 4tp 2-29 the people of this County for the Florida Coca Cola Bottling Co.

.'M.a Stark m..t Dry any Cleaner.type FOR RENT-Furnlhed 2-room apt. best interest of every citizen In to James N. Bronaw", and wife of SEE OUR NEW

.aundry. 1tJ with private bath. Separate entrance. the County. I shall at all times Jacksonville for $3,900: was one of LINE OF Bedroom .SuitsGUARANTEED
'ULE: .-F. A. Scott, 60S Temple and .
J h,, -(y-g, black mare Ave lip welcome the help .cooperation the largest realty transfers to be
ibfe; one good aaddl.< ; .... of all the people in the County recorded here in recent weeks TO (PLEASE ,,

"r 7 In Plowa."Ck; one'eacy two Set boy'teelbeam Dixie: 8; IF Mm.PARTY John TAKINO II. Gilt. pocketbook from car of In and shall be ready and willing to The property lies just north of Just b

nn the hrldl. and gear lCr itarkewlll return paper, key. perform my full duties. the former S. R. Johns Jr. home, % F7
I. Lnnr Dock w"J place end a-lafxes by U. 8 mall to P. rrld rcy
Bridge I have farm in this which also sold several
operated was
n. my
H. Thomaa.
a BUller O. Box S2S, Stark.. Fla., no question. '
Fla, Itp 1-30 will be acked. lip county practically all my life and months ago to the Cities Service New Styl -'i ra l

.' addition to this have had several I
011I.LI'2! In gas company. And Very
) JOH \VANTKI a. mechanic' helperIn
jJI.W' 3'BF.DnOO 'e.ldenee. or arnund Stark. Edward years unusually good business Other transfers recorded herein Reasonable I I'I'I'ricee
''lta I
.'l1, (:h".p of for Stark halt.c"h-lust com-. Flnley,, Fla.Rt. 1, Box 137. Hawthorne lip training and experience with the the past few weeks Include: c

tlx45' UrlIHln with concrete Ford Motor Company in Duval U.: C. Carter to E. C. Johns, 40
lust J ?
''r .ale, at coat.Blanding Cen- LOST painted-One red 5-year-old and aluminum.lie tricycle If County.As acres near Lawtey, 3000. See Cn Ilefore 21x31GOLD

.PANT and Concrete found pleaoe return to Pave Long a father I am deeply interested R. V. Alvarez, guardian, for You Buy
""Mt price III town Block %! T. T. Long, Box 114. Starke.lip in the welfare of all children James L. Alvarez, to J. W. Mc- FRAMEMIRRORS

.r0.ORS half Blau, Yt"1r ...... and shall cooperate for their Intosh Jr., lot 9, block 2 (Including 59.50 .t
Oood mule, work anywhere up
LTMR Pearre's
in re-
San,{. Concrete % Olasii Blnrk. and nentle.I Jeff Lewi. protection and security.I .
linu.e .f.'lpe. Stepping Route 2. Box 128 Starke. lip 2-* will appoint good men onlyas subdivision, 5500.
Mortar $3.95Frame
-wlndowa Mix. FOIL I'IAL"1-Two adding machine; deputies and will hold the expenses We Have What
truck hauling Pill dirt for one I I. electric. Also one calculator of this office down to the Foil 5L'PFUI5TKDFV1': Worth More
No. ".1'.11..0. Want. Come See
and everal tYfewru.r. OK PI lll.llI1 You
'E TATS: In city limit. o. 2 pitcher pump, $..._ Ro.w minimum and ave the taxpayers I I wish to announce that I am a Than ThatIT'S
-n 120"" rround. |200 up. berg and Son. of the county every bit possible.I candidate for re-election Superintendent.a* your 1 I
10' per County School
DY type omo. NEW REMINGTON PORTABL.UtTpewrltera will not have any excess expenses am very grateful to the "
In. eon"Ion. Bradford Coon' connected with this office.I : Bradford County for the privilege I A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
"PoaD of lervlnff them during my Mr.t
..... ESGIfEER110 CO. Telegraph. ,.with my deputies'wiIJ performthe term In office.
l:4..a",. ..... ... FOIL WALK: 1 electric a HP motor duties of this office without Tea can be proud of your chon| Co.PHONE
:' T-* 1 Toatmanter 8- llitnantcr; -IHotpolnt system-It I I. the result of combined Denmark Furniture
he and unforf grill. Unit: I OrUwaUbroiur. cost to the taxpayers. effort. of all.I .
f 'oaklolmaner.. Oao for beat Aak at Smith'. oaralu. Your vote and support will be respectfully solicit your rote
ahb"rhoogd." a. in. D..lral. Itp and during the coming
eupport FLA.
eo ; ...a.onabl. rat.m. ... greatly appreciated.T. election and If re-elected to thl 151 STARKE
a ..urn Ie"." w. FOR 1I.ALE-1: Guernsey and 2 Jer- C. (Clayton) Crawford. 1I<>.ltlon. 1 will continue to serve -
.at"JOl Madlit cow. with young calvesJ. you with fidelity -
ey aArl nrrn..e.
Paid PoL Adv.
r..Wjrlck. XJiwtey. Yla lip I' ( ) .. I



'....."' ..., '" '! .'i I

!W ,

during the past week. I sonville spent the past weekend
.1 I sonvllle spent! the weekend with president, and during the social Sellers, Mrs. G. E. 'with Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner.P. day.Dr.. and Mrs. Jv
her parents, Mr. and, Mrs. A. A. hour the hostess served refreshments State Farm Mrs. C. D.Mrs. P. S. Crews attended S. Crews and his son, Spencer and children were Murray,}
of hot chocolate and sand- Crews and m Hahlta
Brooker Edwards.Mrs. wiches. funeral services for Frank Crews, visited, Rev and Mra. W. Sunday to visit Mrs S. ,R
Cecil Moore of Gainesville By Mrs. Bryan \\hltfU-ld Wednesday G. Smedley in Lake Butler Sun- son. It
Mr!. Lottie Edwards and Bob Merritt at Long Bridge I
Ily Ilcli'n Hurry was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. i
shopping in Gainesville Jan. 21. I ,,' ,
Guy Harrcll several days last Phillips were i r r 1"4- _
last Thursday. Mrs. Cecil McRae and children\ During the past weekend B. R. ---.
Mr.. and MM. Leander Parrish 'know his Be Safe Be Sure Be
week.Mr. Friends are very glad to of McIntosh were here for tM Robinson had as his visitor Satisfy]
and Mr. and Mrs Frank Polk of and Mrs. Colman Padgett that Mrs. J. W. Thomas, who son, Randall Robinson of Lake '
Trenton were visiting Mr and announce the birth of a son In the has been ill In a Jacksonville hos- day Saturday January 24, the If you are Interested In gas. see us before you buy UrQ1f111bt'
Mrs. Wllaon Runs and Mr. and Gainesville hospital last week. pital, is better. ; birthday anniversary of Mrs. J. City.MSgt. the advantages we offer you !
A. Bouvler to celebrate the oc and Mrs. Martin E. Gri-
MM Edd Polk during last week The Brooker Junior High School The. Brooker Baptist/ Church !Invites I their sons of JackCfiCCOLD- 1. Sufficient storage capacity to Insure you a steady ,
Jr., and
end.Mr. basketball teams/ are proud over everyone to be present every i Bou-vier. ner of gas.!! Stljlplj
and Mrs. R. K. Dukes and their winning their game withLaCruase. Sunday morning; services beginat I I POST.WAR 7'ASTERAOlK6" 2. Gas at a most reasonable price.
children of Dukes/ Station were The boys'! score! was 10 a. m. Evening services at enjoyment : TRY '
I 3. Trained servIce men to do your Job.
recent guests of Mr. and, Mrs. 87-7 and the girls' was 21-17 bothin 630.: Please/ be present. visit.Miss
Roy Groc-n. favor of Brooker. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stewart have Pauline Brannen and Jack
Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Lewis of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy moved to'Gainesville where they Nelson of Jacksonville were Sun ODD TABLETS SLADE GAS CO. Inc.
Tallahassee/ spent the weekend I and children of Hampton were will make their home. day supper guests of Mr. and .
Two doors from R R. Track on Call St.
with Mrs. R. P. Lewis. visiting Mr. and Mrs J. E. Hardy Mrs R. W. Brannen."d...rebbaa'"wi.riee.fCeWlfs5elsaielk.regag Phone l la 1
: !!!! )
Miss Madeline Green of Jack- Sunday afternoon. Miv and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell Iho.--.
sonville was the weekend guest Mrs Lottie Edwards and A. L. spent Saturday In Ocala with Mrs.
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Crosby were shopping in Gaines- Pine LevelBy J. D. Caldwell. ,
Green. ville Saturday. Miss Grace Bradley of Jack-
Mrs. II. M. McRae
Mrs. Reta Brown of High Mrs. Jessie Morgan of Gainesville ,- sonville was the dinner guest of
Springs spent the weekend with was the weekend guest! of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley at NEW
Mr. and Mrs. Shine Mott. her son, H. P. Morgan.Mr. We were glad to have our Pas- noon last Thursday. Miss Brad- LOW PR I US
Mr. and Mrs Bill\ Blgham and and Mrs Oxford Roberta tor's good wife back with us In ley came from Tallahassee, where
children spent the weekend with announce the birth of a son last the services Sunday after several she Is a student at FSU with
relatives In Jacksonville. weekend. weeks' absence. Part of the time other members of her criminology
Miss Doris Hodges of Jacksonville The Brooker WMU was held at she spent in Glendale Hospital In class! for an Institutional tour A.eR BAKERS ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE A NEWLY
waa the weekend guest of the home of Mrs. J. K. Douglas Palatka. She spends most of her Dr. and Mrs. J. W Murray. Jr., IMPROVED PROCESS IN BAKING THIS OLD !
her parents, Mr. and Mrs Evan Wednesday afternoon of last week. time in bed yet and we hope to were in Miami for several days a 11 FAVORITE/..J./
Hodges I I The business session! was presidedover see her well again soon. I
Miss Marie Edwards of Jack' by Mrs. Beulah Harrell, Mr. and Mrs.! E. C. Lewis were
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arthur' Mc- \ It Stays FRESH longer
Rae Sunday afternoon. ,

I! 88t. 0-DEF S i \lIC Phone 52-J ning Mrs., Ga.Ronald, and her Hall father-in-law of Ft. Ben-, 1 1I I SOFTER Belter Tasting-Better than r Exec

l *OLLOW TMI *TOM Mrs. Hartmann O. R. Hall of Ft. Pierce, were rI .

I visiting Tuesday Rev.night.and Mrs. W. E. Hall v m '

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Mr. and Mrs. Lem Brown of ef -oO
COURTESYin Rising! and Mr. and Mrs. Eaton : tuer' ,
I Brown visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack r; J:111 j.t 1
all the relations of Ser-
thoughtful :
+ :
Goodge and family Monday.Mrs. .. .. t'v
vice with convenience and completeness C. M. Phillips and Mrs. J. d -.,.- I.ipr azs lr ,
well fareful ;;;-"' .
ai as economy in the C. Odom and little son of Sampson -
measure that it is needed. visited Mrs. W. El Hall Thurs- : i{' ,.
lama Style
day afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylorand plucky.! she 1:
daughter, Charlene. of Lake WHITE BREAD
City and Mrs. Taylor's parents :;;
t DEWITT C. JONES When horseshoe Is
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae and your '
.- .. ".
\ STARKB PHONE 7 Rev. Hemingway of Starke were backed by an Accident :f" :. pF f 1/ L8.
AMBULANCE Funeral Director! SERVICE dinner A. Crosby guests In of the Mr.Rising and Mrs.section L. Policy in The Travelers! : .. ."('fl. It //OoPA. 10AF ",

Our local funeral home enables us to Sunday.Mr. and Mrs B. M. Myrick of Charley E. Johns 0 ,' SH"DAILY WHEN fRESHNESS fRDfS FLAY pR FAOES

I- offer conveniences and services'not' Waldo were visiting. Mrs. Susie Agency OAt toFIE.. 'a'._....'.... ."' REMEMBER .. ..-........ .. h.., ." _" ."_,:....
otherwise available Myrick and Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Myrick Sunday afternoon. Phone 13 STARKE, FLA.

\" We furnish the highest type service at the lowest! prices anj derbilt Miss was Mary! a Lou dinner Alvarez guest of of Van-Miss .... .... A & P SUPER-RIGHT MEATS r ;;:;:f
accept ANY life insurance policy in force, issued by ANY con Gwendolyn McRae last Sunday.Mr. t DIXIE

pany, as payment in part or In full on a funeral. Consultation and Mrs. L. L. Conner of ............ ARE SOLD lIT'' .
carries no obligation. Heilbronn visited Mr, and Mrs. Reprmantlna. THE TRAVELERS Hartford SUGAR

--, ,.. ,- H M. McRae Tuesday. Controlled RIG lIT Prepared RIGHT
-- - -
5 Ibs. 43c
'' I
"M.rIf Fresh PORK ROAST lb. 39c
1 n .roo.
_ .
Fresh SPARE RIBS lb.
% r "1

Country Smoked Sausage lb., 57c ANN "PAGE

-; Pork & Beans
,.' if -" ,.' ". Pork LIVER
1" > lb. .
6 3is ga ? + m4Nr I IKWMAJ1W b+n 'usflesI AUONi0AN...;#," .f.j,-..,)(:. 'p' Ptu 4 d t<3'',. <' < ...k n.;.,;. .."p -.1/E" *-., -'.,* .' Streak URn antI Fat 2 1-]b. Cans

< -. WHITE BACON, lb. 45c 25c

.5. r.l ..--.
('lIdaby' Itt>ady-To-Eat

PICNIC HAMS lb. 52c" 1
Now on display Campbell's TOMATO

FRESH MULLET lb. 23c "

Headless WHITING, lb. 19c SOUP
1948CHEVROLET J HHTMAtltR true court Two 10 1-2 oz. Cans

K THE Fish Fillets, Any Brand, lb. 37c 21c

--_ ..... ;'D".1 J"I1".lJlG.: ;: :: ._, JI _::_" '17: ., I ,,,,'"

IONA PEACHES, No. 2 1-2 Can 25c seers i

Nlblet 2 12 oz. Cant JAM

Smarter Finer : ., 1 Ib. Glass Jars
.': ,.'b_\ < RITMAlIFr1DWa11DAN. !
Newer ". .. .
< .
., for "a', ,:,:: ... Angelus Marshmallows, 10 oz. Cello. 19c 21c

and.. i it! new Chevrolet t\\,, ;, ., I -.j
in White House
Come new Milk 4 tall 49cor
Here's the one ,0.,1 01 design, color harmonies. ."., >t". '.,;, cans -
1918 brings you new smartness even greater measure of BIG-CAR BLUE STREAK RICE, 3 Ibs. Cello 45c rAnn

+ new interior luxury-an And with all its greater value. ". PageSalad

QChevrolet's' AT,i\ow..t-p"eelln.LOWEST i COST.. in its field ,he /k'r"te', i i.; ': _. SLicED PINEAPPLE No.- 2- 1-2 33c Can j s Dressing I

price class combing such Big-Car Knee-Action Ride and Positive. ,''rufMAlne FAMlotnS MHd and Mellow 1 qt. 63c

Valve-in.Head Engine lIr..,..Uniticed". No. wonder more P"'Pdrive Chevrolets make 8 O'CLOCK COFFEE 1 lb. bag 40c oror I "'.I

Action. hydraulic Chevrolets-tban any other Red Circle oJuJUB BOKAR

_and more people want and seven independent I, nag '
official nation-wide registrations -- 1 lb. Bag 45c _Fresh FRUITS
according to Y y 43c ]
nation-wide surveys.CHEVROLET. ,+ wa 3 lb. Ba; 1.29 Li & VegetablesDREFT

!!f.IS FIRST! Soap Powder
Z large 33C Red Delicious Apples49c

,' ., SUPER SUDS, large size 38c"' CAULIFLOWERLarge --

1 Heads _______ 19c
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.1' 30, 1048 BRADFORD
,, FLORID.\ __

and Training Unions meet at 6:13: .
News with Departments and classes for Methodist Church"The toys Makes them easy to find .
Burch and saves clutter on tho floor. Tuesday. While here she showed

all ages. Bread of Life" will be the Clay Hill If you logo the! small stoppers to Lawtey tho children a picture, "Careless> I
Wednesdayat topic of the sermon in the Charley", showing how
Mid-week Service on First Hy lava Burtons 1\lohr your salt shaker fill as usual and hookworms :

st ChurchJanuary 7:30: for those who will pausein Methodist Church Sunday morn- I'onca, Xvtir. paste adhesive tape or scotch lly L. II. Futch enter our body, tho effect
ing at 11 o'clock as announced they have on the body, and how !
of the the mid-week and worshipGod. tape over the hole. to
Journal the
by the pastor Rev. W. J. Church- I have been prevent spread of the disease I

Jerusalem as a aeriesLees I well. It is baaed on the scrip- Whrtteln I rejoice over many pinafore of the goods sewing.Hazel Made Grlf-a Rev. Ray a retired missionary ,

at the First Baptistof I A cordial welcome awaits all ture, 1 Cor. 11:26: -As often as letter from Florida, and enjoy fie of Highland sent me for from Japan, was: guest speaker at D. C. Burford of Milwaukee,

Starke has come to a I I who visit the church with the you eat the bread and drink the quiet moments at home with my Christmas Hazel is my darling the Baptist Church IlStVednell- Wla., was the guest of R. A.

ut the news of the days visiting pastor.Presbyterian. cup, ye proclaim the Lord's death pets. girl who never forgets her old day.A. Griffis anti family last week.

more startling. Hear till he come. Holy Communionwill teacher. She has always been M. Minn chard celebrated his While here he spent several days

wis D. Haines, pastor, I Church be observed at morning and There Is so much bad in the best comfort to me. Her husband a 85th birthday anniversary last fishing in the various lakes. He

morning at 11 o'clockthe evening services. of us. Carson has the office I Sunday. The family prepared a reported good luck each day.
significance of the 1. Warren Kaufman, Minister The Young Adult Division of And so much good In the worst general store at post Highland. and delicious birthday dinner, Includ Mra O. V. Lee returned to her

Jin Palestine In the light Morning Worship and Sermon the Church will have charge of of us, Why not plan a Valentino party ing a large birthday cake with home here last Saturday after
Bible. The subject this the evening service and It hardly behooves any of us all that goes with It. We all wish
11 o'clock. Theme: "New Life In will pre- for the young folks? So spending two weeks with relativesIn
will be the Out- sent a To speak ill of the rest of us. many Mr. Blanchard more birth-
["What special many
Me". The new world for which candlelight pro- games they can play indoors, and Tampa.

1 Sunday evening the mes- men have sought, of which proph. gram. Don has this quotation hanging serve simple cookies cut heart- days.We

i the Pastor wUl be "Seek- ets dreamed, and for which men The young people will meet at in the preparation room in the shaped with Cocoa. You will received news last week that' CARD OF THANKSWe

Way", Mrs. Morse and and women prayed calls for new 6:15 for fellowship and recrea mortuary. It has been know where your child Is then. Mrs. Joe Harreli, a former resident are grateful for each word
ann will again lead the tion. Topic of the program will there On of Lawtey, fell at her homo and deed which
men and women. When Christ'skingdom many years I guess. I read! it another wall of the Mor- helped to brighten
[Hour song service at 7:30: comes Into our hearts, be the Articles of Religion of the every time I am near It. It gives tuary there hangs 1card with I In Jacksonville and broke her hip. the last days of our precious

JIB piano-organ duo. Christ's Kingdom will come to Methodist Church. These are very one something good to think a- these lines written by an undertaker Her many Lawtey friends wish mother, Mrs. C. T. Jones, who
day School meets at 9:45: Earth. interesting discussions, and every- bout. On the door of the preparation after midnight: during a, her a speedy recovers passed away January 14.

Sunday School at 9:45: In the one enjoys them. room is a sign that reads hard week of little Bleep but!I Mrs. Jessie Young, our school May God bless you.

Chapel. Last Sunday was an inspiring NO Admittance. Only licensed much of service. Always makes supervisor, visited! our school last -Shepherd St Jones families.
day in the church when Bishop me think. )
Westminster Fellowship at 6 embalmers and assistants are allowed _. .
Costen J. Harrell -- -
p. m. in the Chapel with Margaret of the Birmingham to enter. I help Don, so am 1 can never see a bit of lace --- ----
PRICES Area District and Cuba delivered admitted. that I do not
He must have that remember a dear
Rose Duncan in charge of the up
the sermon at both morn- for his own benefit Tnat tells> old soul whose Implicit belief in

REDUCEDFROM program.The ing and evening services. An me what kind of man he I b. The her Saviour denied the agony that $50 FREE!
Installation of Elders willbe
outstanding churchman and dis- weather has been Vfry mild here. claimed her body."I .
a part of the Morning Wor-
tinguished author
Bishop Harrell North of us It has been zero. I can never see a ring with a

ship.Visitors challenged the church to discharge think four above zero was the tiny diamond that I do not remember -

are always welcome. Its obligation toward mis- coldest we had. We have a young man's sobs as
not had
During the next four weeks going to
we are ]
of sions, and pointed out the great much snow, only flurries. I have ho wept for what might have
1S work that remains to be done in enjoyed the winter so far.I been. give $50 FREE CREDIT on a new BENDIX

the mission field. His evening have eight letters from Flor- "I can never see a baby's shoe AUTOMATIC WASHER to the owner of the!

030/0 CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION talk especially related to the ida. I enjoy every one. At Clay cast aside after a day's happy oldest make washing machine. This FREE
work In Cuba, which la in his dis
play that I do not remember two
Hill there has been a death. Mrs. ALLOWANCE will be given IN ADDITIONto
small shoes the bed
trict.The Mary Tanner by of a beau-
ON ALL Bible Story Hour meets was burled at passed Long Branch.away and I tiful boy whose mother had kiss- the regular Trade-In Allowance. SEE US

each Tuesday for the two groupsat believe she was buried Jan. 10. II I.. ed him goodnight and told him of TODAY! Any make or kind just so longas
RadiosElectric 2:30: and 3:30.: Wonderful in- the
morning to come.
am sorry to hear of her passing. it works!
struction is presented and every She Is the mother of William I"I can never see a plucked
Irons child should be present. flower that I do not remember
Tanner, a former G. I., and Mrs.
I Prayer Meeting Wednesday Mattie Carter of Lawtey. She friends now with God. Why doI -, '" V ...... ..... ..
lectric Heaters evening at 7:30: o'clock with the reared a litUe granddaughter I grieve because of old lace?
discussions now centered aroundthe [Herbert Padgett's little girlvht'n! Why do I cry because of chil- ''

I .yg1 need for a real revival in her mother died. A very nice' dish shoes? WHY? Because I am OLD WASHER

prayer. Come worship with us. lady indeed. The little girl was human like others."

The Young Adults will have a in the primary room at Clay Hill I; This brings tears whenever I .._M.. *.,

a special meeting Monday eveningat when I taught there. Lula Mae read it and I know how Don ROUNDUP !
7:30: o'clock.
Monday night, Mosley was going to Starke to cherishes the dead friend he
Feb. 2, at Gainesville First I buries.
I have a tooth taken out. I have
Church, Rev. Harper will be the I II From Indiana I have a sweet
I word that Jimmie and Marian
SHEPHERDIt PHARMACIST speaker of the evening. letter of appreciation of years of
Wilkinson, Jack Wilkinson's
boys friendship. I worked with her SPECIAL TRADE-IN OFFER
I are both going to the Universityat
At The TabernacleOnly many years ago and we still love
Gays Service Station Phone 64 STARKEOntheMtnlt Gainesville. Jimmy U one of AND EASY PAYMENT PLAN
each other and write often. She
Service my dearly beloved boys' and I am HELP YOU BUY THE BENDIXOF
those who attended the sent me the recipe for her Raisin
so proud of him. Jack's
two-day National Laymena Evan- /: and Nut Bread that I 1M their favor YOUR DREAMS.No .
Jonell. Is a graduate of Florida
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gelistic Association Committee ite. I have never tried It but Hal-
state. A truly wonderful
Meeting and Conference at' the family. lie is a good cook so will pass Its foryo
Little Margarette Wilkinson I more washday drudgery
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE"In Tabernacle the past week-end, can on. I believe the children will
staying with her sUter Mrs J.
.I Th Deodlx: doss It alll
know like it as she they like It
the blessings enjoyed. Spiritual say
C. Nolan, and
attending school at
The Heart of Town And In The Hearts mountain-top experiences wen Mlddleburg. During the holidaysClay with cheese as a sandwich or- Washes,triple-riot, and damp. \i

of The People" reached, especially at the 8:30: Hill school was painted spread with peanut butter. Jrys the cloth even when i
I Devotional Hour Sunday morn- Raisin and Nut Bread ..
ing. white and redecorated Inside. I 1 egg. 1 cup mllksweet, 1.2 you're not la the housel! Oi LUXt MODilBENDIX :
A Southern Baptist Church For All People am surely happy over that. Some
Delegates were present from cup sugar, 2 1-2 cups flour, 2 1-2 I E
near Clay Hill are cowing turnipsand No other washer has saved so
many states and several Florida I mustard. That sounds tp baking powder 1 tp salt. II I I

Sunday School 9:45 Training Unions 6:15: cities, and each had an enthusiastic I when here the earth is frozen good I Boat egg, and milk, then 1-2 cup much water ,

Morning Worship Evening Happy Han testimony., full of Insplra- I hard and the cold wind blows., I raisins and 1-2 cup nuts pecans ; i clothes for 10 many mil. automatic '
Stir In the salt flour
tlon. are good< ,
% 11:00 7 ISO The county nurse Mrs. Canova lion of families! Washer
The entertainment consisted of was at the school giving booster' and baking powder, mix well and I
a. delightful luncheon for the beat. Put in greased floured bread
shots for typhoid'I suppose. She mom TODAY rot MAIM-IN ornti,
visiting at Park- pan, a deep one, and let stand 20
men Saturday,
Sunday, 11 a. m. "Change or Chaos"Sunday is a good nurse and I love her.
minutes. Bake in slow oven 300
of-the-Palms, with George F. TIb- Letters from Lorene
7:30 p. m. "Seeking The Way" bitts as host, where 30 of the ing me of her grandmother'sdeath. Padgett tell- degrees for 45 minutes. $259.50
Fur me these are wonderful
Delegates enjoyed "Pop's" gracious Also :Mildred
Listen Hour Sculley regretting -
to the Baptist
then Fellow- happy days. I feel BO well all the
; a that she had to miss
WJAX Each Sunday 8:30 m. time and am planning how I am
a. ship 8 o'clock dinner at Avery school. Sweet letter from Haw-
Inn in the evening, where the going to clean house and plant WINKLER ELECTRIC SERVICE
thorne, Florida, says her flowers Life be interesting
garden. can so -
"Visit The Church' With The Visiting Pastor" men again assembled. This meet- my *
are up so nicely. Lovely letter and full if we have
Ing was presided over by the Ifut 22,. Temple Avenue
from dear friend Mrs Cox
my lot. I
NLEA President, Vernon L. Pat- faith and hope and pray a
in Miami. There are no many here
believe heaven begins on
terson, of Charlotte, N. C.
lovely people in this world and I
earth when we really love people
At the time the ladles
same do love them. Nice letter from and do not condemn anyone; only
B. Alvarez & Son were enjoying a social hour atHill's
Margarette Mosley, who works In look up and laugh and love and
Cafe, with Mrs. Rolan R.
Miami. She used to be In the lift!
Stoker, Charlotte, N C., President -
9th grade when I first taught at Bo happy, until next week, God
of the Ladles' Division of Clay Hill. She Is taking model- bless love STARLING'SGROCERY
Transfer Co. you
& NLEA presiding.The
Storage ing as a hobby. She Is a secretary -Lura.CORRECTION .
visitors were pleased, and now. .
expressed it, with the friendliness :
9105 Here Is a thought: Let but pa- In a classified advertisement
Phone of the people of the town, some
Moving and tience be In the heart-neither & MARKET
saying: "Why even the businessmen last week for house for sale or
anger, nor discord, nor hatred, Law-
rent by Mrs. Joyce Futch.
f .. We Operate Local and Long Distance spoke to us courteously on will be able to find a dwelling
the street, and we felt at home." tey, the down payment stipulated WEEKEND SPECIALS JANUARY 30 :n
Anywhere In The State of The material accomplishmentsof place within. should have been $730 rather than

Florida. the meeting will be reported Helpful-Hints: Tack a shoe bagIn $150, as stated. This was a typo- LOCATION: CORNER CALL & CHERRY STS.

later when completed.The a convenient place for children's I graphical error.

\Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke City Limits next treat at the Tabernacle PUUE Extra Fancy Long Gr.

Is a week's Evangelistic ser-

vices, Saturday January 31;

through Friday, February 6, with LARD RICE
"Why Not Enjoy The Best?" Dr. E. G. Zorn of Chicago, 111. 1

Dr. Zorn. who Is Executive Sec-

retary of the IFCA, is a dynamo Factory Pack

for God. and will be gladly heard '

by meeting all who here.attended his previous ..icea'H 33e lb. I 3 lbs. 58e

._ _._ .... _._. _._ ..
lurraoi tomiD OAg sava ; This meeting will be followed ._ &40 _ ,_ .S n.

by Dr. William L. Pettingill, noted I
Best White
Cooking Heating Refrigeration Bible Teacher of Wilmington I
Delaware, on February 13, and
FOR SERVICE CALLE. Elvin BJornstad, the Dramatic Suds '

T. Shull Plumbing & Heating Singer, on February 19. 3 Super 'BACONOXYDOL

LOCAL AGENT PHONE 144 1 of finet

Christian ChurchRev. DUZ3Sc

Central Florida Gas & Applicance Co. J. M. Dixon dry cleaning. ; 39c lbIANDY

Phone 3752 Fla. a. .
Trenton, Services for February 1, 1948: skillAfter

Bible School 10 a. m. : i ------- -
11 o'clock. '- -
Morning Worship l\IY.T-.INE

SASH DOORS PAINT HARDWARE Youth Meeting 6:45: : p. m. 'I I

Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. a thorough, careful dry cleaning PEAS I Pie Filling

Mont Subject: "Bible Conversion". treatment here, your clothe are returned

Everything A N N'I I S Try V* Public Woman's Invited.Counsel meeting will tu you fresh and mveet-revitalised-and

T. For Those be 3:30: held p. the Visitors church welcome.on Feb. 5, 1 ;:: rfctIy Smartly dressed to women hang stork depend and on smooth.our 3 cans 37c :, 3 for 19c

Hard kklll to protect their finest fl rlc". Our .,_,_ ___ 1.---------
Build lit a HMclal ti'chniqur, no uf.'--.o sure, :
INC To Get St. EpiscopalSunday 46 Oz. Can
Repair li'u a real uanlrubf-xater.
1030-1048 W. Main St.. South 10:00 a. m. Church WI HAVE EXTRA
Or Gainesville, Florida School; 11 a. m. Holy Communion

Remodel and sermon. PHONE 135
PHONE 217 :218
Rev. 8 W. Creasey.
: Temple
P. O. Box 62 ROBT. IJ111.1.


AND EAT AT BOY'SGood Sunday School 0:45: a. m.; Morn- }

Food Soda Fountain I Ing Worship 11 a. no.: Evangells-i {JVe Appreciate Your Patronage Very lJtuch11yC,1RY

Rest Rooms For Your Convenience :tic Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone!6I
welcome., I STARKE FLA.

j -Rev., X* J. Price, Pastor l I



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the Court for an order netting Sttk5- <"y "t
EIG: lIT = Political moves aside and declaring to. be null Telegraph .hlOl, ,u rVo?
void and of no force anti effect In next four v
ElectedTo Girl On New Coke Calendar and the final decree. heretofore entered W1t0555 m'' 'k13
M. Merritt Buried Mrs. Sapp Announcements In the above captioned suit Seal at Stark; ld
h..r.bre- unry
Dekle CemeteryFrank Head NewDemonstration Enjoys-Housewife'! Role At Lake quired You to are appear therefore to the saul Bill ( HV.AA \.
In In the nature of a tllll of Review Clerk of eliid, (
ClubA triTH snwroit H. ir
FOCI candidacy flied against you before the Brown, ST'
M. Merrill, 43, well- I hereby announce ot State my Senator from Clerk MO of this. Court on the let day Atty. for Plf
for the office the Court HouseIn
DemonstrationClub of March 1918. at
known farmer of the Long Bridge new Home the 15th Senatorial and District Union Coun- Starke, P'radforcl County, Florida IV CIHCVIT cmneyfn.l.

County died was organized at Heilbronn Bradford electEd, 1 promlso to otherwise a Decree Pro ConfesMo 'ol''r'-. "' It r \
section of Bradford 23 under the direction tie*, and. If perform the duties of will be entered against you CFII V. 1.1111111\\,.I.Ii.
in a Jacksonville on Friday, Jan. faithfully ability. for failure to appear Preda
19, of
January to the best my Ch..n..y,
Monday thin that thin noticebe I'IIIl1l1rt .
of Mist, Madge Whigham and support will be IT IS ORDEUKl 4
brief 111- Your vote for four ,
week (
hospital after a The published once a ORDER 'a..
0". Demonstration Agent. Kreatlly appreciated. In the Bradford OK PI"LI '
Home yourS.O.FRED consecutive weeks AND rAT!
Toomba Respectfully NOT1CI-3
,. ne-js. He was a native of following officers were elected: ANDREWS. County Telegraph, a newspaper STATE OF FI.ORlDiP '
t. resi having general circulation in Bradford : Cheney whosa"
but had been a Mrs. Eldon Sapp, Sec Tel.
Ga. ,
County, County Florida. dress. Is unknown""* ,
.. Bradford County for the retary. Mrs. T. N. Norman. It FOR STATf: SENATOR Thla the 26 day of January, 194?. You are ,
dent of I hereby announce my candidacy A. J. THOMAS, rnnuirc.l 1 ,
next meeting March 1.
the IK
that 15th in
decided the the
from Bradford
was for State Senator Clerk Circuit Court, Court and caL I
: past yearLSurviving will be held on Wednesday, Senatorial DlHtrtct. I have always County. Florida (SEAL) seek divorce anj e, wh.'a'
Mrs. old
UU widow. for the aid 'U"odf.
arc felt and 1-30 4t 2-20 trol .
of "
at 3 m. -
In careful
4. p.
daughter, Mrs. Feb. and needy people. I believe County 'hlld
a Telenraph
Nan Merritt; and low taxes. 'h"II'pu i
meetIng -
.' Harold Shiver, and a son, Ralph Prior to the organization If spending elected I promise full, conscientious "OTIC" Order In next four u<.'klf
Ida the Heilbronn 4-H Club entertained service to the bent of, Notice Is hereby given that the Witness
four sinters, Miss ; solicit; ennnsreil In business seal at HtarkJ Fl"l"i?
Merrltt; teachers, ability. I earnestly undersigned are '()
mothers, t
of their my of uarv 24, 10 sit.
Linnla Drake subject to under the fictitious name
Mrs. support
;, Merritt, I and your vote 4, at the following (OFFICIAL SEAL:
Hucka- and guests with a program Democratic Primary, of May Almas House Moving ,\
A. the
Lakeland, Mrs. In the 5 I address: Box 1 569, Htarke, AH Clerk of MAid
f of Ocala and Mrs. James L. exhibit of clothing made .. 1948. Sincerely your friend, Kin., and Intend to register the flay Beld, ..n. !nR,"
by Gainesville; three Beginner's Clothing Demonstration. Clarence A. Roberts.FOIL said fictitious name In the office' Atty. for Plfiv '::1,
Lavender of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof
the -
James R. Merrltt of Miami Following) program I-radfonl ('ountyFin.. 'IRf'l'I'1' ( in u itr
,, brother) served to members SHERIFF ('Ol'W'I'y, 111111
R. Alman, one-third -
U. K Mvrrltt of St. Petersburg refreshments:! were I hereby announce for the office rtruce FI.ottlll.ICEnV \ ,
awl Ira I... Merritt of Long and guests by 4-H Club mem- of Sheriff, to the of will Bradford of the County voters subject In- Charles F. Almaa, ono-thlnl. Interest gsret SIIjn'V Creech. Creech II.t.Punmlff. Iem

bers. May 4. .d..n.' C,
Democratic Primary .
Bridge. the Even V. Almas, one-third Interest.
were held Wednesday Awards were made by Miss If elected, I will make you one ORDER OF PI I.I'A'"
S S Funeral services In to make you '
and that AND
afternoon, Jan. 21, at ,2 Whlgham to the following girls promise one of the bent officers you have 1-30 4t 2-20 STATE NOTICi OF .'LOmJ"l10: TnPpt

o'clock in the Long Bridge Christian who exhibited their completedwork .. ever had. F. P. (Puck) Jones iv 'IIH'ITI' ('01 nr. mi\i)FORn ret Blackwell Creoch. who, 'Id, '
Frances South ,
a' Stanley, Cm 'lit
Church. of which he was : Blanche ( oi.Tt., .0IUU\' IN CIIVX- You .
Dodd! oft'lclat'd Marian Norman, Clara FOR ('O(;*TY COMMISSIONER! CKIlY.Mary pear on are March hnrehv.iulrrf<<
S. Upchurch I. VMS
member. Rev. Fred ".'. hereby announce my candidacy Frances. Collins, Plaintiff, VI. 'r.t,L
GE'orge' Miriam Crawford, Lillian I Commissioner Francis Collins, Defen- named Court and mine,, ,
assisted by Rev. Starling 'Ni for the office of County Raymond Plaintiff seeks., ,
S Davis, : Lawtey) Case No 6291. B-
( dant.
Clemons, Betty Lou for Dlatrlct One
paMtor of the i If OF PITT-LICATION County Telegraph j-hall puw
E. Hodges 1' ; Florida. ORDER
se Bradford County
Jack R h o den. Wllllne Order In next four "",.kl
Baptist Church of Margaret elected, I promise to give faithful AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ,
Street ,
,Ee. mv hand Dill
Ruth conscientious STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. | ,
Starling energetic. and
Hodges, Lugene At f'2rke' FlorIda. thin",,
sonville. Hervlc to this Important of tic'! Raymond Francis Collins, whoRe > I
in Dekle Cemetery demons. Sue Wltchcr, Trudell \: ) I will at all times be ready, to ,residence and address\ .: % JohnF. Z4 OFFICIAL, 1 tl
Burial was ,
Starling, Geraldine Carter, and confer and advise with my constituent Collins 2827 37th St., Astoria, A. Clerk'of said Court A, I, I
direction of Key-Mc- Commissioner I.
under the and In my duties as L. New York.
Shirley Crawford. carry' out their will You are required 'to appear, on D. E. Knight, Stark. FU
to ,
Home. .
Cabe Funeral z and work for the beet Interest of 'March 1, 1948, In the above named Atty., Tor f\t. 1.5:,,

our district and county. Tour up- ,Court and cause,' wherein plaintiff ___
Recent BirthsThe port will be deeply appreciated. seeks divorce. Bradford County
Plastics Plant Opens > -.1. ff 'Moods ,Telegraph shall publish thin Order IV CIRCflT COI UP. \lRI
COI" In next four weekly Issues.Witness I
Hospital announces 4-, CKRY.:
OfficeDue Shadycrcst hand and officialseal
Atlanta my
FOR COUNTY I.1 Murphy Plaintiff
this January
births: at Starke Florida,
the following I hereby. announce my candidacyfor :2S, ,1948OFFICIAL Emma V. Murphy Defend.!,'
to rapid expansion of the Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Calhoun County Commissioner of., Your Dla-l ( SEAL) A. J., Thomas, No 6280 ,
South Rtarke) ORDER OF
trlct Three ( PlTTirAT1AND !
of National of said Court.T. .
Ray-O-Llte department girl, Linda Sue, will be greatly As Clerk i NOTICE
Dowdy Starke, vote and support Frank Landrum Starke. < Fla. TO APR
Clastic Displays Inc., an At- appreciated. Plf. 1-30 It 2-20 STATE OF FLORIDA i to
4.Mr. .
Jan. Atty. .
-Ira Wilson V. Murphy, whose residencn
lanta office was opened January and Mrs. Robert West n Caught by 'the earner In ft pensive mood, Is Peggy (Dexter) iv: ciRcrrr COURT, BRADFORD dress Is: Buckroe Reath, \
23 at 41 1-2 Marietta St., Edith, whose'blonde beauty : FOR CGI1 NTV COMMISSIONER I\ CIIAN- You are required to INMarch
distributors Eppes, Starke girl. Mary Rose now resident of Klngsley Lake graces District Three COUNTY, FLORIUtI 1, 1948 In the abnnCourt
O'llara &: Hofherr as CF.HY.
of Jan. 10. the 1948 Coca-Cola calendar.! I hereby announce my candidacy Tobias Stopfer Plaintiff, vs. Ousle *- and cause, Bradford'whereitseeks ,.
Joe Arnold secretary-treasurer Charlie Coolidge for the office of County Commissioner Stopfer, Defendant. Case NI). divorce. '
announced yes- Mr. and Mrs. of District No. Three, comprising Telegraph shall puhlinh thlil
the local concern Roberta, Lake Butler boy, Donald By Buddy Davis "I've advertised hats, dresses, the South Starke Precinct 8294.ORDER OF PUBLICATION In next four weekly Imunl
terday. soft drinks, Hand cream, am subject to the will of the voters AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Witness my hnn.l and
Jacksonville and Miami offices Coolidge. Jan. 12. The "discovery" of ilmenite what have ," she said. In the Primaries In May. If elected STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrft. seal at Starke. Florida ttiuarv
S you !
to give
continue my
O'Nell I shall whose residence and
will open next. week, Arnold stat Mr. and Mrs. George Isn't the only thing that la help- While down in these parts nest efforts to the discharge of my Oussle address Stopfer a In: 718 East 53rd St., ) A, I.r''I'!

ed. Kirkland. Glen St. ,Mary, girl Ing put the Kingsley Lake area Peggy is active in the Red Cross duties.serve It In.has this been rapacity my pleasureto for the Brooklyn You are New required York. to appear S on A D.-* E.Clerk Knight of said Btarke Court, Pit

It was also announced that T. Jan. 6. on the map these days. "Gray Lady" movement whicl pant seven years and I feel like I March I, 1948 In the above named !Atty. for l-3 I

Frank Landrum has joined the Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Elvert Leach, Last week I made another important works with veterans" in the Lak< can service continue they to desire. give and my people to which the Court. and divorce.cause Bradford wherein plaintiff County IV CIRCflT -C'OIIIT. DRIP

corporation and was elected second Starke, girl Fay, January 1. discovery (thanks to a City hospital. Living with her at' th"v are entitled. seeks Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn COI'NTY. FLORIIHI l n I

S vice president. Mr. and Mrs. George Washington tip from "reliable sources"). the moment is her sister, Helei Your vote and support wl1be ; n.stfout' weekly issues Arthur CKUY. Markham, PlaintIff

The new company now haa 25 Fortner Lake Butler, boy, It might Interest you to know Ives, another attractive blonde, appreciated. -J. L. Wynn. I seal Witness at Starke my Florida hand and, this official January neneva Markham Defendirf

Arnold stated. Thomas Swain, January 3. that the lovely and vivacious who flew over from England only; 29. 1948.OFFICIAL No, ORDER 8283.S !: OF PURUCAT(
employes, SEAL) A. 3. Thomas.As
blonde on the .first sheet last November. And Helen stll ANn NOTICE-TO
re-election Clerk of said Court.
. -- -- '-.5 I am a candidate for FLORIDA tor: i
. ....- ..... .-.. .. new 1948 Coca-Cola calendar la carries the accent. tn the office of Clerk of Circuit T. Frimk T.andrum, Starke, Fla. MafKnam\ ,OF whose. residence
,( -- other than Peggy Dexter Court, subject to th, will of the Atty. for Plf. 1-30 .4t 120IN .
VOTE FOR none The United States? "I do like people In the next Democratic Primaries. S renulren to ap ,
S : Rose, who now resides on the It,,' said Peggy. "I would have no< ciRcrrr cot RT. nn \DFOROCOI'VTY March are. 1948 In the ahow i
the people
Indebted tn
while her husband I am wherein p
banks of Kingsley Court 'and cause,
desire .to return to England ex this County for their friendship Bradford'
Capt. J. S. Rose, .Is busily for family being there support and encouragement and O. I.. Norman, Plaintiff vs. YetlvaNormnn. seeks divorce shall publish thli,
cept my
engaged In supervising the re As for Kingsley Lake, she declared service If re-elected In the I office will render and take faithful every I S ORDER. Defendant OF PirrtLICATION Case Nn 6295. In Telegraph next four weekly hand .and IMUWWitness ohm.".

Buck Jones moval of government surplus she "loved it." occasion for expressing my appreciation ,! AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Yetlv at Starke. mY Florida thin JanUl-
of confidence.A. STATE OF FLORIDA
buildings from Camp Blanding. That is the smiling blonde oi your J. Thomas. i,I Norman whose residence Is unknown (OFFICIAL SEAL) A J.T

Last Saturday afternoon the the January calendar. : ordered to appear on As Clerk of said. ('nurLE.
FOIl ('Ol"1'I'COSMESStO4EfllISTRICT : You are FU
I Starke.
beauteous Peggy, like many an- I NO. OMH: ,March 1. 1948, In the above named .' K.fPerryman, 1-30 "I'
other member of the fair sex, was 1 hereby announce my cnndldary i i..Courtand cause, wherein plaintiff Atty, tpruPlt-
HouriftS :
: For SHERIFF fair hairat The Baptist, for the office nf County Commlsslnner'of I -- - -
H; busy washing, her long, District' No. One Lawtey)
the will of the votersof
the spacious Becket summer subject to .

I 1 "''A Well-Qualified Man For I home (formerly Tiptona) on the mnry.this If district elected. In I the shall May give Prl-mY INGTSHOES

north side of Klngsley not far best efforts to the discharge of my
duties. fnr the benefit of this Die-
The B Gate.
1 from Blanding trlct and County. I .. ..
It seems she haa a confusing' Having served two terms a.
I APPRECIATED County Bond Trustee In thin County -
SUPPORT galaxy of names-this diminutive] I feel I am well qualified to
w I tr 23-year-old one-time British act- give New'h"l hlc the people desire ,
I *!*. and they are entitled. I
ress. Bates .was her maiden I Your vote and active support 1'f'
: -*> (Paid Political Adv.) name, Dexter her movie title, and will be highly appreciated. ;:
I O J, PhillipsWOTICB K
Capt. Rose, now project managerof
L .: .- -- -- ,--- -- -- the Army Wrecking Corp. TO CONTRACTORS:
(owned, by; his family) changedthe DF.P\RT.I.:'.. :
whole works again when he Florida. FOR

: STORE and Peggy were married In Eng- CONSTRUCTION January. PF.DERAL 24. 1948 AID
land ta 1943.Peggy's PROGRAM The FAMILY
Senlivl bids will lie received at
career' actually began this office from Qualified Contractors .. .1
until 10:30: A. M. STREETSPECIALS when the was 18. While In the v.- the 19th day of February, *548, for Is Bargain LaY\
600 EAST 10TH chorus! of "Gangway," a British the construction of the following Every Day
Federal Aid Projects:
musical show, an agent of Rock Fe
Studios asked, ,"How would you !-.ti' : (It. labs Noe. 3910-201. 3907- AtThe *

like to be in films?" Just like 20t 14, Dradford and 2804-201, Columbia. State nod Rond VnlonCounties No.

that. It wasn't long before she between State Road No.

was seen on the screen in the lead 25 the and conHtrm-tlon Hrnoker. nf Work n ,6"connlsts S B R.M.of

of two British productions, "We'll pavement IS wide; four concrete i i STAR Store
"Theatre bridges: email drainage structure.: j
Smile and Roy- -
: and Incidental Items The net total 1
I ial." Atlanta Jan. 8 "Why theChurch" length Is 17.570 miles. A certified I

"It's not too unusual," said is the' subject of "The check he In required.For the amount,. of $20,000.00will j I(

Friday & Saturday January 30 31 Peggy speaking across the scrapbook Baptist Hour" Jor February 1st, each proposal l a certified she had brought out from to be heard over Station WJAX check In the amount stated above, I
made to the Chairman of
Well Known Water Ground storage. "Work in the theatre at Jacksonville, 8:30: A. M.. with the State Road Department, with

In the family. We've always Dr. C. C. Warren (above) of the necessary State's Documentary
runs attached, must
DIXIE LILYGRITS DIXIE LILYMEAL had some type of song and dance Charlotte, N. C., as speaker. ,each Stamps bid. All checks. shall accompany b. certified -

i act. "Church. Youth and the Home" I for receiving within bids.(0 days Cashier's: of the checks date efIi41 STAKE RAC

London club will be considered In February,,
It was In a
"Divine will not be accepted. The checksof
under the general theme
r In 1941 that Peggy met 20-year- the two lowest bidders will be Ever Run for FloridaBREEDER'S -
old Capt. Joseph S.' Rose, Army Light For Dally Living, it was deposited.All .
i announced ,the Radic work to be done In accord
today by
46c Engineering'officer.. They were anee with the Plans, Bp ;lflca.tlos, .
5 Ib. bag' SIc ,5 Ib. bag ni ConventiOn Atlanta- 3.; Fl'' Rod Department.' Special attention
later by reporters what she Is called ta Special' Previous,
her husband. fair-complexioned Lowe Director. Dr. Warren, pastor which will be furnished with each
White House of the First Baptist Church, proposal
GibbsVEGETABLE Peggy _Id, "I call him Blackie Proposals; will be furnished to
Charlotte will be heard the first
because he's so very dark." Qualified Contractors upon application
two Sundays, while Professoi to this office FOR THE SUM
C A I 1 V I In May 1943, Peggy came by I I Charles Wellborn Waco. Texas, OF IS FOR EACH PROPOSAL. dfi tet-ke
Plans may be purchased from this
S Air Lines to the home oi
'U1JtL. Eastern will speak the middle Sunday, office for the sum of'S for each
,. .. -,, 1.r Capt. Rose's parents In Miami taawalt'the set. No proposals will be Issued
SOUP and Dr. Tod F. Adams, Richmond,
homecoming of her husband unless requests for them are received STAR
Va.. the last two.Recreation by this office at least 24 $ JL
1 Ilb.tm52cSwift's then in Germany. Miami reporters hours prior fo the time for

called her a
truthfully Director bids.All bids must show openln.1 -- -- -
3 cans 25c "curvaceous blonde." She wai each Item and total .
'Mom Inserted on the cover of the pro-
calling her parents-in-law Speaker At RotaryNathan

and Pop' before the first morningwas pOT'rlifht l" reserved to reject

Van Camp's over," says the press clip- L. MalUson supertn any or STATE all bids.ROAD DEPARTMENT: 61 t

tendent of the Recreation Department OF FLORIDA. efYieday FEBRUARY

Pork & Beans SMOKED ping.And before the ;year: walt up, of the City of Jackson K.F. E.C. Harlem Deflarmo., Chairman.Stat. Hlh- ,

Peggy/ was preparing to sign a villa was guest speaker at the way Engineer. 1-30 2t I-I

SAUSAGE seven-year contract with 20th Century -I Rotary Club Wednesday. using ai onnF.R OF PI-BI.IC\TIO:> txNOTICE .

In TomatoSauce Fox and was lined up to play his topic, "The pursuit of hap TO APPEAR I -- --- ------- :
No. 2 Cans the part of Betty Cream In th pines" TO: Leonard. J Holnmon Empire of StateInlMln Prestige. '
picture "Chuny Brown." But ahe Mr. Mallison stated that a well
37c 32c lb. had a great decision to make wher rounded program of recreation Is You Dorothy are hereby Solomon notified has fileda thatEsther D EB

2 for Capt. Rose returned to the United just as Important for the old peo- HIM In the nature of a Pill ofReview I $ 5,000 D
arnlnst you In the CiroititCntirt S .--:::;;
States In November 45 and Peggy pie today as It is for the youth of FlnrMo Eighth Judicial --

finally declined the contract! to "The average span of life la In- Circuit. In and for liradford County, ,
Good Heavy See Us For I In Chancery. In that certain cause.
housewife. "
role of
assume the creasing. the speaker stated entitled Leonard J, Solomon. I'laln-1 I
"I missed the show life for awhile "making It necessary to plan activities tiff reruns Esther Dorothy !' ,
Jim Dandy Feeds she said last week. "Bui 7( Defendant. ,wherein the defendantW.C.T.U.
Work Bridles for the folks 60 and '
I'm not sorry I gave It up." who have retired from business I II. HIALEAHRACE

And So abs has settled down to the but who still have several yean 1

2.90 Naco Fertilizer relatively quiet life of keeping of life which can be made enJoyable I I sEI

ea. house with a little commercial and useful. c..o U R
,I. I It l Is true that woman first
modeling now and then. She has complimented
Mr. Malllson
tempted man to eat of the
Appreciate the Patronage each of modeled for the Pat Steven' Starke on the current formation forbidden fruit but he took to I J h J. Oldest & FinestPiE Tra

We greatly agency in Chicago, and her face here of a Tourist Club and also drinking of his own accord.Union Largest

our customers has given us. has appeared on bill board*, and upon Its youth program being -( Signal) .

I in magazines and newspapers. carried on in the USO building. -



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'; Adm. $250 Per Couple ,


Receipts From The March of Dimes and The Birthday Ball Are Used To Finance The Fight Against Infantile -


Paralysis --- Both Nationally And Locally. The Bradford County Chapter Has Funds On Hand To Be

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Farm,'Home & Auto Supply t'. C. H. Driggers.. Furniture Co. CampbeJ.' Bookkeeping Service

'Rosier Bros. Gas Co. ,.' ," ,.' Koch Drug Store E. T. Shull Plumbing & Heating
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Harley F. Strong -. .......:::-wt/,:;1, .r.Ei\{..;". L. B. (Red) Alvarez] Service Sta.. Dixie Motor Court
Your JewelerWhispering ;v' ;', \,"+ And KcataurantAndrews t
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Pines Lodge .. : .
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'{ New Method Cleaners 'V: \
Alvarez Store Est. 1894 FRED'S BAR t-\
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Starke The Washeteria : rA '::
Florida Bank at
.. Doyle] The Cleaner]
Member F. D..I. C.Dowling '=.'. "if
l M.r. & Mrs. Lloyd] J. G reen., ", ". .
.. Bros. Livestock Sales] ., ,< .I' Lawson Market :- .
: And Cold StorageCARPENTER'S
G. J. McGriff Motors .
&" Pontiac & G. E. Appliances "
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Florida] Power & Light Co. I
Your Rexall Store r L'"f,::.!:' "'....'...
Van H. Priest Co.
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Clay I"'U(''' AND NOTicE ,. .
In lour "Iy
this 7th of next WI" Bldg
meal 1 nt bturlco I "'I/I'jll1 I \VllItnlll" June
Witness my hand and otflcll\l I' i( lIli"'r FiorIdn. of [o'I.I1ID10: REASt wtlrh'w
] Trustee Janaarv 1941 jnakeuneillr
Has Successful: As School ; (OFFICIAL SEAT.) A. .3. Thomas, seal at Htllrke, Florida, this January 7V., Forsyth 81 U"loh' U..rlJn-I'y,, whose residence ....04 ... ." '"'
A. Clerk ot said Court. 8, 1049.Uiu'FICIAL 1 1.16 .t :-6 III unknown, w .....hn1 '
Annual Meeting Middleton Named John J. IIenderlln, Esq., !!It. Augustine ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas.As Atty. for Plf. Yon fire required to appear on md.nd; : li Inny: r.ic:

1<'1..... Clerk nr said Court. 'IIH'I II' lilt N't'rItY February 21.t, 1948. In the above .....1... ..0,..." "nosP
s. A. Weldon, who was recently Atty. for r It. 1-9 4t 1.30 Martin J. Pearl Barnett National IY.O '"'I' I"LI" iUt, '" : .\ IInm..d Court and cause, wherein -, .. .... Inn ..I I, a'+..wea .
C"oOpf'rlltl\'c. .
F.I..ctrlr '
Fla. '
The Clay i flank nidII'. Jacksonville, plaintiff eeeks divorce. Bradford ::: IX lN :.=' :. ''I'
Inc.. of Keystone Heights, held by elected<
successful AlfnUI11 consolidated School Trustee' D1etrict CO.III'I'Y: FLotUIJ.\I IN CILLNCERY. : alas Sheridan Van npr horns this Order In tour uM SNDNOMONEY rwr-dw .,.. a..H .
must vs : ln .
fur the F01t1l) 6262.AN1'NOTICE ..... ...... ,. 1i.....
: I" "uu'I'r: ('Ol'It'I', IIli" Detendl\nl. CaNO No ... ".......It" .. ..
Meeting 1/1/ Its history on Thursday submitted his resignation Mary Maa-dnlen Duffy Plaintiff V.. ("01 NTV. FLOItiD.AI IN CILSNt'IIIY : I'UBLTTOS: Witness. my hand and official IenA 411 hM.hv". .." .. ....
January 1:1.: to the School Board on Dec 29. Edward Joseph Duffy, Defendant. I TO APPEAR Mae seal" at Starke Florida this Jl.t t:::.rI :::;'II.Ie.-' ,.':wMLIGHTNER'i '"'"'
Case No. 8243. Florence Taylor Stanley, STATE 010' FLORIDA to: 1948.
) More than 1000 ot the Cuoptra.tlve In 8 special meeting held onDec AE OF PUBLICATION V". .Hohert K. Stanley, Plalntltf'j Sheridan Van Del' Burgh, whosereeldence of OFFICIAL January SEAL) A,. 3. Thomas, D.P'Or........ C CHICKS
members were present In 30, the Board appointed Dr. NOTICIIJ TO APPEAR Case No. 6260.ORDER is: UnknowlI. on ( Clerk of said Court Ph..." 2.45 s 0. h
appearFebruary Aa .
cold W. E. Middleton to fill the Va- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edward OF PUBLICATIONAND You are required to the abov. Esq., St Augustine Cr"dtaSI ,
IIplte ot the extremely Joseph Duffy. whose residence and NOTICE TO APPEAR 10. 1948, John r. Hend..rsoll I
weather. Due to the cold it was cancy. I address. I.: 4705-3rd Avenue, Brook. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Robert named Court and cause, Bradford wh..r.lnplaintiff Fin.Atty 1.234L 2.13
lyn. New York. K. Stanley, whose residence I.: % seeks divorce. tOI' Pit. _
necessary after the barbecue, to Formal application was also You<< are Ir dtht.o appear on Mrs. J' B. Stanley, 1109 Hawthorne County Telegraph shall publlllh. his.
4% adjourn from the Beach Pavilion received at this meeting from February 9, 1949, above Drive, Norfolk, Virginia.' Order In nest four weekly official!sate. .
I .d Cour .and cause. wherein PI.ln-1 You are required to appear on Wltneee my hand and ... nu ..
to the Keystone Heights Woma1'sClub / the Florida Bank at Starke requesting tiff seeks dlvorc. Pradford February 113' 18.e in the above seal. at Starke Florida, this Jan- ._. n.... '

for the voting and business appointment &II the ot-: Telegraph shall publish this Order named' Court ...., wherein uary H. IUS.OFFICIAL ':1 .'.;_;::.:.-:"I : ..., .
In next tour weekly leeue. plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration SEAL) A. J. Thomas ... .
meeting. flolal depository for school funds I Witness my hand and official of maiden name. Bradford ( A. Clerk of said Court. s ft I .q ......

the outstanding events for the year 1948. On motion seal at Stllrke". Florida this January County Telegraph shall publish this Zach It. Douglas, Gainesville, Fla. e Il
8 1948.OF8'IaIAL Order In next tour weekly leeuell. 1-16 .t 2-6
or the day were speeches by of H. B. Crosby, seconded by J.E. .I ( SEALI A,. 3. Thomas, Witness my hand and official seal Atty for PIL tile lrerhra dour nwnpel9s9- .

from Brown, the request was com- A. Clerk of said Court at Starke, Florida, this January 12.lOU. .
Jomory Price Congressman T. Frank T.ndrum, Starke Fla. IN "11111' nT, \lJFOno tilE HRIStIAN SCIENCE You welland\ YOUnt"" 01'4"
the 2nd District, C. E. Baggott, plied with and designation and Atty. for Pit. 1-9 oft 1.30 (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas, ("OllllTY.: FJ.O.UO.', CII.\-: the be.t-In'ormlld persons In pour community 01'1 world oltolll, std.. .

Chairman or the Florida state- agreement forms were executed 1_ A. Clerk of said Court CERYManfred': Plaintiff vs.Lombardo yDa rllGd this woe Idcde dory newspaper You all, 00"
n. H.'Duncan 104 Lynch Building v Ines. 0 fuller, richer und..rondnQ o. todOy'1 hidy ,.
fresh. flew
J\{. H. and forwarded to the State Maria Spud aro.
wide Cooperative ASlloc., FLORIDAI 'N CIIAN- Jacksonville irlorlda.Atty. Francesea n.-PLUS tlelp from its e..clusive features homemaking, rp

lendee of the General Electric Comptroller for approvah r Emma('ERY.Julia. ;J.ckson, plaintiff vtt. for plf. 1-16 4t 2-8 Defendant.ORDER OF Case PUBLICATION No. 8271. business. theatet'. rn..e, radio. apor'.on

Company and a musical program The Board agreed to discontinue Raymond Lacy. Jackson, Defendant. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 'Sc =; :: ;;;"----
. Case No. 11241. NOTICE "TO APPEAR STAT OF FLORIDA to: 1\1'11. The ChrkNan Publ4Alnp Socaty' sty
under the direction of Major A. D. Mrs Resale Carlton's bus PUBLIC..TION TO: ;J. C. CHANDLER whose address I Lombardo Franc..ea 1\1arla.. Spud- Subscribe now One. Norway Street Boston 1 15, Mae. U. S. A.

McCampbell, by the Palatka High route through the gate on her ANT> NOT CE TO APPEAR Ie unknown. aro, whose residence and address, 10 this apt- I Enclosed Ie $1 fH which pllOe end me The thciol
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Rays WHEREAS It appeara In that is: Province of Trapani, Ro..ottiIS !:"set-; I Science Monitor for, I month
School Band. route to 1-1. H. Howard's resi-
mood Lacy Jackson' whose realdenre certain cause now pending In the Alcamo Italy. acgeointed" .
The members were also Informed dence. E. W. Hodges, Jr. was I Is: :)3artow, Oeorala.; Circuit Court 0' the Eighth Judicial You are re1ulred' to appear on Oll.r-I month t Name________.________--..
? You are r..qulr..d to appear on Circuit. of FlorIda In and for Brads February 23. In the above for $1IU.S.ftsdtl
at the meeting that a appoInted to drive the bus from February t. 1948. In the above named ford County, ,In Chancery wherein named Court and cause. wherein

new loan/ ot 1250000.00 had Just Brooker to Starke. This action Court and cause, wherein plain- J. II. Morris and he wife. Annie plaintiff seeks dlyorce. !"radford'County
tiff .seeks divorce. Bradford County Mae Morris pray for the adoption shall publish this
Telegraph .
been approved by the Rural Electrification was taken following the resignation Telegraph shall publish this of Sylvia Elaine Chandler that the !Order In next four weekly issues. .- City l.ullle....., Srm4amx
Administration In of James Crosby Order I'll neat four weekly III'u": said Sylvia Elaine I Cha.dier is the Witness. my hand and official
Witness my hand and official Ileal:4r.tarke. minor child of the, said J. C. thandter I seat at tarke, Florida. this January .
D. C. Thl loan will 8, and that the of residence
Washington IN CIRCUIT COI'n'r DR"'O"O"O : Florida, this January place 2l. 1 1948.
enable the Cooperative to make "OI' 4TY. FLORIDAI I'd CII....... and the Poet Office address of the I (OFFICIAL SEAL) Ar. Thoma.
(PnV (OFFICIAL AsEClerk of said Court.2ach said J. C. Chandler I. unknown to A... Clerk of said Court, ,
vast changes and Improvements Catherine M..Cllve. Plaintiff Irat'ranre Petitlonera, and that there is nn Py Lucille C. (Conner D. C.
:, In their lines 1IfcCave, Defendant. v.Case Jr. Douglas, Gainesville. Fla. person or per.on. .Iiii' the State of T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Fla. From where I sit... by Joe Marsh
No 8a75. Atly for Pit 1.9 4t 1.30IN Florida the service of a summons Atty. for Pit. 1.23 4t 2.13
L. L. Conner ot Starke was re- ORDER OF PURLI"ATION In Chancery upon whom would '
CIRCUIT COURT DRADFOitDCOUN'rv. bind the said J. C. Chandler you Iv n.T COURT.: BRADFORD
elected a member' of the ANn NOTICI'] TO APPEAR
as STATE 'IF FLORIDA to: Ira FLOIIIDAI IN CIIAN- are therefore ordered to appear In C'OI'N'I'Y, FLURIDAI 1N C..N.CE"V .
of Directors. Franele CERY.Edwin. Maid cause on or before the 17th re.ldencehI
unknown. rh Rule Plaintiff, Vu, JOyreL. day ot February 1948. otherwise Maurice, Plaintiff. v.
Rule, Case No. 824!. the allegations of said Petitioners
Yon are re'1ulr"d' to appear on I ORDER OF .pUBLICATiON will be taken a. confessed
Two Bank Robbers February "2I1t, 1518 In the above I I :
named Court and cause, wherein
thlll order each
b. publlsbed
Get Nine Years plalntiU .eeeka divorre. 'IIradf.rd PILESand
L. Rule whose residence and .ddr..a week for four conebcutive weeks
1 County Telegraph shall publish, the I.: Camp.on place, Ietueh.n.New .
in the Bradford County
Order In next four weekly Issuee.Witness Jersey circulation; :
Aubrey D. Adams and Vernell my hand and official You are required to appear on a newspaper In Bradford of general County, Flor- Other Funny thing about hobbies.. Wasn't tong before they 'I h!!
'Moody. both of Lake Butler, were "al at Starke! Florida, this Stet February e, 1948. In the above nam- pdubltshed
of January, 1948 ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Rectal Ailments When Ed Carey started making working aide by aide on Ed'bfIII!
DATED at Florida this
St.rke. ,
recently sentenced to nine years (OFFICIAL SEAL) ... ;J. Thomas.
seek. dlvorc. Bradford CeunIy "
Ac Clerk ot .said. Court. 14th day of ;January, un.SE"'L Varicose VelDa model of the "Flylnr Cloud it was sharing a common interesl.ll1Jtlli
Federal In connection Telegraph' uletil publish thle
In prison .. .
ot the John T.: lIenderllon, E.q., St ..ucu-, Order In next tour weekly '..ue.. C()ark )of Circuit Court. J. Pradford Thomas LeQ U1cenSu..furry only to relit his eyes from readinJr. 01 keeping them apart, Ed' hollo
with the attempted rObbery tine Florida
.tty. for PIL 1.23 4t 2.13 Witness my hand and official seal County, Fla. 1.16 4t 2.6 But now he spends every spare brought them more together
Cedar Keys State Bank last September at Starke, Florida, thle January 6. / Tnaled

: 8. The sentence was IN
passed In Gainesville by Federal COtJNTW'. FLORIDA. .N C..N.CICHY. As. Clerk of said Court. ; COUNTY' FLORIDAI IN CII..N- Without SUrQeryHOlpltaUzation Some wives might have resented hobby can often be a wite'lll sa
CIrJI'q n. (less. 204-05 Guaranty
Judge Dozier Devane n. ... ]till. Plaintiff v... Edith/ M. Life Bldg. A,. Datdor. Plaintiff, v.. a husband suddenly shutting himIn fact, I've got the missus inll!

They were also sentenced to lilli,ORDER D..fendant.'aee OF PUBLICATION No. 8372 I.N ", tor 'Plt"ck.o.nvllle'I9Ia4t'' 1-30 Case Rhubla, No. iauBat.tord.. Defendant 01' LOla of Time self In the sittic every night. But ested in tying trout flies-

three years on each ot two counts' AND NOTICE TO APPEAR CIRCUIT COUILT. BRADFORD ORDER OF PUBLICATION from Work not Ed's PrudenSe; .Whenshefound along with that mellow glalla
lodged against them on charges 1\1. 111I1. whose reeldence and .ddreee I 'OtJNTY.. STATE OF FLORIDA to: RhublllJIJ. Consult him working late;she brought him beer, it makes the evenings gol)

at violating the national motor I. unkllown. : Joseph, Frank Mancuso Pllllntlff, Batstord whose residence Ie: PP up some beer and.. crackers. mighty pleasantly
.I You are required to appear on v. Ruth Schindel Mancu.o, Def.n- General Delivery Saskatoon Sa.k.,
vehicle theft act after both pleaded DR. C. R. McKINNEY
February 23. 19411. In the above dant. Case No. 6240. Canl\da. showed a real interest In his hobby
guilt to the two counta. These named Court and cause, wherein ORDER OF PUBLICATION You are required to appear on .17
143e Pearl st. rh. -626" .until Ed had her {
C finally helping (
plaintiff aeeks Ivorl'e.C Bradford. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR February 19, 19411. In the above c90e au!
sentences, however, run concurrently County Telegraph h I thisOrder STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ruth named Court and cause, wrer.ln Jacksonville Florida with the rigging, .
with the others. in next four weekly eeues. flchilldel l\Iancu.o, whose residence plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
to Witness my hand. And ottll'lal is. unknown County Telegraph shall publish this Write for FREE Descriptive
Moody had pleaded guilty seal at f'arke! Jo'lorllra, this January You are required' to appear on Order In next four we"kly'I..uee. Booklet _
the bank robbery charge and later r1 1946.foPFiCIAL February 9. 11148. In the above named Witness my hand and official United States Brewers found.JIII /
Copyright 1948.
wit- SEAL) A.J.; Thomas Court and cause wherein plaintiff seal at .Starke.n Florida._.this Jane .
Government :
appeared as a Aa Clerk ot said Cnurt.. seeks Bradford County .
ness against Adams who pleaded 11"0. I,. Pntten, Starke, Florida : .. Ih'orc"jha publish this

.,' not guilty but was later convicted' Atty.. for I'lf. 1-13 4t 2.13 Order In next four weekly I..e..
Witness my hand and orflclal 1
by a Federal jury nr rliUTIT (01'1'. BRADFORD seal. at Rtl\rk., Florida, thltt Jan.uary -
('1:li YMllrtha ( SEAL) A. 3. Thomas.
RULED PRACTICE PAPER McLeod Cowin Plaintiff V. A. Clerk of .said Court.

9x12: for school t'hlldren.. 'fiSc a I'Jverett Sylvester Cowin Defen- Dan Kelly: ernandlna, Florida
Case No. 11234.ORDl'R Atty_ for: Pit 1-9 4t 1.30IN
't\ reamBradtol'd 0 0 u sa t-y ..Telegraph. OF PUBLICATION

.( Sylvester residence. t.Cowin 211311 whose Woo""I". last Avenue known, CII1RYH.nrletta.. Abele., Plaintiff S, v.... 'lnl : :

Indlanapolls, Indiana. Samuel Abele., .Qet.ndant, Case l 7/q/ -I L_ -

NONIIiiS You are requlr".1 to on No. t3ilbF.R OF PiTRLiCATION'AND fh
February 7th, 1948, In the above
.... named Court and souse, wherein NOTICE TO APPEAR I
and cu..tody. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Samuel
i t ofaicthlld.seeBra dford County Tele. Abeles. whose last known reeldence ..... .
graph shall. puhll.h this Order In and address I. 860 East 17th
next four weekly 1""",,.. Street l"rooklyn, New York.
: Witness my hand and official., seal You are required to appear on 1C 1I I
Ilt Stark... Florida, this 6th of .Jan. February 71h. 1948. In the above .
uary, UU.1Io'FICJAI. named -Co1lrt and cause wherein
: ( ; SEAL) A.r. Thomas, plaintiff .seeks divorce Bradford I Who's
A.. Clerk of said Court, Cnnnty: Telegraph shall publish\ this d9mming"i
John ,T. Henderson Eeq., fit. Augustine Order in next four weely u'Vltn..u I
Fill. mv hand and official seal

Welcome Relief for Atty. for I'lf. 1.' 4t. 1.36IY I. at SIArk"1949. Florida, this 6th of January 1 mid s19' 1 ea I

OFFICIAL SEAL) A.r, Thomas. i
: BACKACHE PAINS (.nr"I'r ('Ot'UT \UFOnn : .As Clerk of .sold Court. wren
rnl"'rv' FI.O11119AIY (11":11-: :John T l1..n.ler..un. Ellq., St Auguntine .
t'F:111'. .
Due 't Muscular SIaln. cIatIca :Mary I'tlpn: Mltrhpll Plaintiff v.. for PIL 1-9 4t 1.30 I !
.banes. I. Mitchell. Uef..ndant. Case 1 Ii
Lumbago Iheu.alllllJUSt' -/0./ 82ftOnnF.R/!. I" rtlU'I'IT ..0.'''.... IIIItDFORD
Oil' PITRLT"ATTOS rotl'\l'rY' FIOUID4.1 1:11: CEI4N-: : i I i
tub .f..oII'n' untie N.u..hor", 0" ANn NOTI'fJ; TO APPEAR '., in jh& I"ur& ?
( :ny
ih. 10.. .pot. In..lnel,. .eIIlnll mu.cJ.....r. James
STATE OF FI.OlunA to: Plaintiff VII
Griffin Carpenter
.. .
to the pain' salsa Us. NEURA.It
I. \ whose residence and .
Mitchell Edna 11' Carpenter, Defen"ant. Case 0"
BALM last. rdid .
10 get IOftI.I..llnl front J
address Is Unknown. .
.. ell. 1II'"rl.' 0' murculu .(h.. led pafna : No O1tDETt =
You are rerpaired to appear on OF P1JALI'ATIONANn j'P .::......
21, 1948, In the above
., February NOTICE] TO APPEAR I l
named Court. and cause wherein STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edna _______-_____________...._.__.._...___-._. y
lalntlfl .seeks divorce and former F. Carpenter, whose residence and .. lllba.I .
Be Quick To TreatBronchitis name returned unto b..r. BradfnrdCnnnty address last known is:, 2606 Lakeshore .

T..I"lIfraph shall publish. thisOrder Drive, Shreveport, La. ......, .
iii next four weekly I..ue. You are required to appear on
Witness. my hand and offll'11l1 February 14th, 1948. In the above
seal al Starke, Florida, this January named Court enl cause wherein 3 Unions Block Labor
20 1948.OFFICIAL ; plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Peace-Refuse Boos
( SEAL. A. J. Thomas County Telegraph .shall publish this Wage
A. Clerk 0' said CourtChaTles ls -
Chronic bronchitis may develop it Order In next four weekly .ue.
n. Teas. 204-05 Guaranty Witness. hand and official meal
your cough cold.or acute bron- my
I l chltis la not treated and you cannot 1.lfoi Atty Ridg.for' Plf., Jacksonville 1.23. Fla.4t 2.12IN at Starke. Florida. this 14th of Already
J..nn"ry. 19413.OFFICIAL Accepted
afford to takeachancewlthanymedi- ( REAL) ... 3. Thomas by 1.D Other Railroad Unions!
cine less potent than Creomulslon : C'.OCTIT ('OPRT 'OFODO As Clerk of meld Court
which goes right to the seat of the ("nt"\lTY. .LORIO" IN CIIAN. ,10hn :r lI"nol..r..on, 1'e'1.' St. AUCUII-
trouble to help loosen and ('ERN. Fla. The Bl'Otherbo.d ot Locomotive
expel tine Engi
germ Petrle
::Ir. .., laden phlegm and aid nature to Virginia"Plnintif. 'Y"Jacqueline. 'Alexander 1'n..11' OAlr Petrie,, Ally. for I'lf. 1.18 4t 2.8IN I nears Brotherhood! of Locomotive Fire- The Unions 1fhefNowf employee and these among the k ofpbid,1 P-:

soothe and heal raw.tender.inflamed Jr.. nefendant. I men and Engmemen and the SwJtchme: having refu ed to arbitrate. CIIn lucceMfu1I,. Dlalatala the threat
bronchial mucous membranes. ORDER CTRlI"ioAftilliN! "IRr"'T "o"nT. BRADFORD. U,u'on of'Nortb America representing the Railway Labor Act provide. for the dyeing strike against the interest of the per:I
i Creomulslon blends beechwood AND NOTICE' TO APPEAR "OIlNTY. FLORIDAI .N GRAN.CERY. appointment of
125,000 railroad employe. have a act-1lnding board tire
refuse Ihefeto
Creosote byspec1al processwtth other TA't'tI1 OF FLORIDA to: Alex. ; the Pre ident. countrr-and against to percent
,1' time tested coder lair Petrie Jr.. whose reel.denc. ', William M. Baxter: Plaintiff. v.... accept the of the Radroada of a The fellow employee.
medicines for
:. It coughs. and sddr eW last known I.: Alma Summ..rall Baxter, Defendant. wage increase ofoffer 15H cents; an bour. railroads feet it fa due shippers r The threat ola strike cannot justify grant''Phis
no narcotics. "to, 1\11' A. P..trle. Contentment TaInnd Case Nn. 6231.ORDER is the same Increase awarded pa sengen. employes, ltockholders, and In
-/ Dlore la"ORbI.
matter how many medicines '. Tokeneke, Darien 01" PUBLICATION the general public to know ;!
..f' you have tried tell your druggist to .. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR: 1.000.000 non-operabing empioyee by an out these that throughploy... titan hue alread,. beenopa in effect
\4 lieU you a bottle 01 Creomulslon with You are required to appear nn or STATE OF FLORIDA to: Alma arbitration: board in September,1947. they have negotiations and in mediation far 1.175,000. nor will it alter .pposil D
.. the understanding you must like the before February 7th, IOU, In theatlO..e Summ..ral1 Baxter. who.e residence This 18 the same increase accepted; by not only exerted ",
'. -v: It quickly cough named. Cnurt and cause I. unknown g 175.000 conductors trainmen and switch- reach a fair and reasonableevery ttiemeent creases orUchanges unwarrantedthe wage )
seep permitting wherein 1IIalntlft seeks dlverc. and You are 1"11111' to appear on but they have IJI working raJea which
rest and or you are to change fit name Bradford County February 9. 1148. In the above named .men by aJP'f! ment November 14, 19 1h of the met every requirem.nt .... 1I0t JuU4ed.

y., have your money back. (Ad") Tel..raph shall publish this. Order Court and cause, wherein plalnC' ;.1.175.000 Agree91ent employee haveo. represented been by negotiation Railway mediation Labor Act and respecting arbitration the of A glance al the b6x altowa what employ"

unioRII. But these three unions maelabor dispute represented by the Engineers and Firemen'
teen only 125 000 rep- anlhinkable that these Dlake. They... among the highest paid inI
na men, are trying to thl'eeanlou,
I ranks of labor IJI the United States U not
I get more. They are demanding also many representing less than 10 per cent railroad the highest ,

:,1.1'r Dew working rules not embraced in the

r; WORLD'S GREATEST MIDWINTER EXPOSITION I!i Battlement, with the conductors and train.m Compare these

"w Incidentally. the Switchmen'a Union of Wales with what you make I
North America represent ogly about Nn/araMat.
of aU railroad switchmen the other 9 701.E R(1 ... .
Ibeing reprssented by the Brotherhood at in. ot engineers eanaENOIN"U. fsee.tacegi lergkEto i.A. ..

GOLDEN CITRUS FRUITS ENTERTAINMENT GALORE and covered by the wr firemen> and for 1941.19:19: {Alto p.... (.dFnightW.I '.)... ...3,968 $8,128 ".f8,7157

:. BRILLIANT STATE ELECTRICAL EXPOSITION Sf 110. Threat .bowDJawbat1en Road Passenger! .. .. 3.633 8.399 '.
earnin.. would have dFrellh' Through). 3.147 & )

The leaden 01 these three unions spread a been if tM 115i cellta .. ... ............. Z.749 ,.684 4061 ,, l lr.

I II BIG DAY -Ie II BIG NIGHTS I strike ballot while negotiations were still per lend hour by the i_. ot. PlIIM'N '

in This ia not niIroatLt Road . j'.
i'' progt'e8tl. a secret: vote Wit ia and ..j.ct.d. .. ... 2,738 y ,883 .
\ !taken by union leaders and votes are union Ieadl byte RldLocatFreight.( and W.y) ..
..... .
ined by the employee in the presence tnetlctthrouhoutthe ., 2,733 4.I5H I
: :
p inrepresentatives. entlntyear19.7. y.yd .. ... ). 2.)69) 8.460'
? ... .. ....1.863
i a When direct negotiations failed the Railroad wages computed IrenD Jntantate 3,138 .
a leaden 01 these three unions refused to Full year 1941 ..tIma\.ed basis Commerce Conunlealon Statement M300.
on of. .
join the railroad in caking the National ua1 ..,. for&rat eight month&.

i}.led ation Board to attempt to settle! the '

I ., 'dispute. but the Board took jurisdiction _

AUTO RACES GASPARILLA DAY at the request of the carriers and has been .
.1 esrne.Uy attempting since November 24.
FEBRUARY 3.7.14' _' .... A
gNR NBR5DAY 19-7, to bring about a settlementThe .v "
GAYS Board on January 15. 1948, announced

FEBRUARYSeIOeI3 THURSDAY Fts, ljlt its Inability to reach a mediation! settlement. e. a. .
I GOVCRNoRfs OAS. The Jude of the unions rejected .'
FIREWORKS NIGHTLY YUESOA'V FEB.OhkI the request of the Mediation Board to

.arbitrate. The railroads acepted. ,

a w bat akQt. maw .0"ad which are. Ussm'Dportal'totllto talk with T

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