Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 24, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Official County Publication Established In 1877



Withdraws Rotary Asks Sends Others Box To of Follow Food Overseas Suit Voters RemindedOf Keystone Air Field May Be '

vial) AidiHealthUnit Some hungry family in Europe will receive a 30- 2nd Primary
Converted To Civilian Use
box !
pound of food totaling 40,000 calories as a gift from

the Rotary Club of Starke.At Next TuesdayWith ,

a meeting of the Board of Directors Wednes- Offered i
day the Rotarians filed a Food Remittance Applicationwith Bradford and Clay Counties

i-ity Council met Tuesdayr I C.A.R.E., 50 Broad Street, New York, t, N. Y., only one county office be- C of C To Enter Facilities In Return I
for what In then ing contested light vote Is
session remitting a check for $15 and requesting that a stand pre- For Maintenance
of Clerk Carl Johns, ard "10-in-l" food package be delivered to some hungry dicted here for the second Democratic I

ube "an unusual meeting." family in a war-stricken area. Primary Election to be held Queen ContestantAt

Bests for donations. In' taking this action, the Rotarians urged other next Tuesday, May 28. Polls openat Overtures for the conversion of the Keystone Army Air

ers discussed be taken economy in I local organizations and individuals to do likewise. 7 a. m. and close at 7 p. m. Jax BeachThe Base to civilian use, with Bradford and Clay citizens sharing
s i that must jointly in its facilities, were made Wednesday by civic of
town's reduced C.A.R.E. stands for Cooperative for American Remit- Little local interest Is being
h the I tances to Europe; Inc., a non-profit organization ap- manifested except In County Commissioner ficials of Starko and Keystone Heights. Meeting with T. W.

has approved a proved by the President's War Relief Control Board. District Two (North Starke Chamber of Com- Hill representative of the Civil Aeronautics Administration

-onncll which will Application blanks may be obtained at the Florida Starke) where a spirited[ contest merce will enter a candidate for the group considered a proposal whereby the base might be
by E. W Hayes between incumbent E. L. Craw- from the in return for the of
contributions to Bank at Starke. Queen of the "June Moon Festi acquired Army, responsibility

v further County Health The "10-in-l" food box so-called because it ford and World War II VeteranS. val" sponsored by the Jacksonville maintenance_________nn____ and nun operation _for_ the- general niihlitv
adford I was
G. Denmark will
likely bring C of C on Saturday June KC\Vair ihJr" of
Keystone -
Hayes bused the move on originally designed by the U. S. Army to feed American voters to the polls. In the first 15.

with the closing of Camp soldiers in groups of ten, costs only $15 and con- primary on May 7 Denmark received Contestants must be betweenthe Heights, expressed
Grad interest
[Is no longer Lee High 1 warm in retention of
;, the Clinic[ of thed tains: solid meat, stew, hashes, cereal, biscuits, fruit 405 votes to Crawford's ages of 16 and 21, and will be the airport for the mutual
the responsibility jam pudding vegetables, candy cocoa, coffee at the Beach In
of recent sugar, 300.The Judged bathing benefit of the two
- ((2)) because of beverage powders, evaporated milk, preserved butter, ballot will be one of the suits. Photographs must be sub- Drowns At ParkThe and local counties,

lures, the payment decline in I cheese, and miscellaneous other supplies including soap, shortest on record, with only two mitted at the Starke Chamber of representatives
[debts, and pointed to the advantages !
State contests to be decided. PaulD. Commerce and "Miss Starke"
the City can no longer chewing gum, matches, etc. Barns and W. Raleigh Pet- will be selected at the JunorWoman's [ city-owned H. H. Inhalator, 1 both to local aViation activity
C.A.R.E. handles all details of packing and de
Lie contributions. teway, both of Miami, are con- Club dance next Friday which works on the same process and to farmers.It .
LI recent expenditures torments livery. All that is necessary for the individual or testing for a seat the State of Is believed
on night, May 31. The Chamber aa a pulmotor, was called to the that there will be
to the MunicIpald organization 'to do is' to obtain an application blankat Supreme Court, and Fred W. Commerce will bear all expensea lake at Gold Head Branch: State an Increase In air shipments of

Water works amounted the bank and remit a check or money order for $15. Brown of Tampa and Wilbur C. of the contestant to and from Park Wednesday afternoon when 'strawberries In the next and

A $42,000 bondedsued King of Zephyrhllls are In the Jacksonville Beach. Banks Griffith, Robert K. Lee future years, since the several
In 1916, was paid1st. run-off for State Railroad Com- The contest Is being staged High School senior from Jacksonville ventures in this[ rapid delivery

With the settlement Vandals Cut Boxes Scatter Clothes missioner, Group One. under the supervision of the Recreational was drowned while pic- during the past season were regarded

obligations, it was stated Committee of the Mayorof ntclng with a group of football a noteworthy success.

City )la In good financial Strawberry Season Jacksonville Beach and judgingof boys from the Mchool. Agreement was made that A J. I

tat that with the smaller Intended For Needy War VictimsAn the contestants will take placeat Coaches Klrkum and Knuth Thomas, Chairman of the County

following the reductionrates Lingers On With 3 p. m. June 15. were with the boys who lined up Board, should take early steps to i

and the closing of Price Around $5 Highlight of the Festival, will on the dock to race. When they arrange for a Joint meeting of
landing:, a program of unknown party or parties Clothing Headquarters as plan- be the coronation ceremony so dived in Griffith failed to come Clay and Bradford's county commissioners ,

j must be sustained. last week broke into the American[ I j I ned. Henry J. Kaiser is chair- Despite the rains, local straw- timed as to coincide with the up and artificial respiration was with a view of putting I

Legion Hall, slashed and ripped! man of the volunteer relief group. berries were often at their Ifnest- natural beauty of ,a June full started within[ five minutes. the base Into civilian operation. '

: Gun Club open cartons of apparel for war I The act was first discoveredlast tasting quality this week, but buyers moon over.the ocean.. The queen The Inhalator' a taken to the Hill explained the CAA's function

victims, and left with their pur- Tuesday, when the conditionof and growers said "they are will, be presented a gift and an lake 'by Charles Schmitt in a In the matter as of an advisory '
ed With pose a distinct mystery to D. A. the goods, in a corner of the about gone." With the price engraved trophy will be given to I Jones ambulance and was operated nature, working with the

arter Members Monteith, chairman of the national auditorium was noted during a fluctuating from $5, J3.50i $5.85 the sponsoring organization. All I by Bruce McCall from the War Asset Administration in the

clothing drive.Monteith Legion meeting. Post AdjutantV and $8.00 to $6.50 per crate, sales contestants will become- members local fire station. Griffith was disposal of airfields Judged by the

jlzetioa of the Bradford in charge of collections -' H. Carden said that a window ranged 'between SO and 75 crates of the queen's court. taken on to St. Vincent's Hospital War Department as surplus prop. I

d Gun Club, with 20 charters whl'.t1 extended! through, was found open, and that the mis- per day at each of the Starke and The local Chamber of Com-' but failed to respond to erty. The 0 A A would recommend ,

[ was announced this April 1 t.bad,prepared 40 boxes I creants might also have gained Lawtey markets. Farmers said merce feels that Starke can hold'its treatment and was later pronounced be stated, that the opera- t

r President H H. (Harry) for shipmc to impoverished men, I entrance by use of a skeleton key. that the season would be at ,an own with any community dead.The ton acquire the field?, and the

i and SecretaryTreasurerDarby. women and children in Greece, He agreed with Monteith that, end within two weeks, at the when it comes to feminine pulchritude I Inhalator .U owned by the buildings suet facilities; essentialto '
| .. Turkey and other countries. Much* from the amount 'of effort required most. and all young ladles of i I Stark. and Is available Its operation. I
(Il'IIt sportsmen's groups of the clothing was left strewn... to damage 40 boxes, it Vegetable activity was 'pickingup eligible age are urged to submitphotographs whit City an operator to the general The 2974-acre base, 'Ga which It
''' and register at the
(active here since the"war' ,, about the floor. None, apparently 'seemed likely that. more than one with sweet corn bringing 21ca <<: office at public "at any time needed with Is believed Mt estimated 93.000,000 :

)wlU sponsor'Skeet shoot had been stolen. was responsible. dozeJ\,Tllelt\t/P'/ .,.at the StateFarmer's Chamber" of tit Commerce' no cost*tti the us.t wa*.,s,'eot: fqr; ;, development, has' *Cf!
chairmansaid that 'tf It waa bfHeTedthat the motive : once. ...:. : .. three S.CMxf foot" !*"100-feet '<
|II JrMf'jire,deUvere.d( ,!.It The. Jrlve, >Market. Other product .. ,, runway !jf
red that .the property.of the shipment hail first been delayed could be that of a 'fanatic or being sold here, at Lawtey and or wide, hangers, control towers !

luby' Johns' opposite the during the embargo broughtby "screwball" who used thla means hauls to Jacksonville were quotedas Center Of InterestAs modern fire-fighting equipmentand

[Airport, will be 'used for the coal strike' He stated that to express disapproval of help for in fair quantity ati) snap beans,, BBS Activities other buildings. A beach on
soon as he could obtain'a sufficient the needy in war-ravaged lands and O bushel buttes spring-fed Crystal Lake Is Include
se, and that fishing and as I ., $1.25 $1. per ;
lonteaU will be planned ntf m b e r of boxes, the abroad. In any event, Monteith[ beans, $2.50 and $$3.00: squash, School Term Comes To Close ed In the installation. It was

1 the summer clothing would be re-packed and 'promised legal action if found.the Identity -.. .75; green peas,. $1.60, and tomatoes __ __ stated that the field can be used
National'i of the culprits was - n
to the United basket. for and transport planes ;
pw group Is not connected delivered I, around $2.00 per cargo
i The annual Baccalaureate Sermon of any size. The location la also '
e earlier skeet-shootlng unusual musical treat was I'
addressed to the 63 membersof ..erv.lI.by. a O. S. A F, ,spur line.
lon 4-H
disbanded In 1941. Diamond Ball Will Five Boys I Bakery ClosedAs brought to the public on Thursday -
tff i the graduating; class of B.H.S., It "was thought not unlikelythat
| members of the Club night of last week when
rge Flynn, W. P. Smithy I Begin Summer Will Attend Result Of B U.S. Band and the Girls' Glee was preached Sunday night In with such modern facilities

Ward H. H. Houston,, ProgramCoach Leadership CourseFive Flour ShortageFlour Club were heard In Joint concertin the USO building by the Rev. W. available?, commercial aIrline.
Recreation J. Churchwell, pastor of the Firat would deviate a few miles from
Darby, W. C (Billy) the auditorium of the USO
I W. B. Mundy, Guy Sale,, Carson Geiger loc .l recreational boys from this county will shortages temporarily building at Temple & Washington Methodist[ Church., present routes to make passenger

Nn, Dr. H. H. Adams,, officer, announced yesterday attend the 4-H Club Short Course I closed! the Lappe Bakery this Streets. Using as hU theme, "The Chal- deliveries when required

iJtklns, Dr. J. W. Brown- summer's civic\ at the University of Florida at, week, with a resumption of business Opening with "America", the lenge to Youth", Mr. Churchwell The base 'la approximately' 10 '
rrIIl McMillan that the i for within not.more reviewed some of the outstanding miles from Starke
George Gainesville the week of May 27th hoped Band, directed by A. W. Bates,, which It was
I, Neal Tyler, L. M. : athletic program Is expected to I than two months. ,However, no was heard In a program of stirring young men of the Bible and pointed pointed out, Is a shorter distance
L. B. Alvarez, Dr M. B. get under way.next week with to June 1, according to-County definite statement could be madeas marches. One of its outstanding out what powerful Influencesfor than that between the Jax Air

f. H. E. Tucker and Frank diamond ball games for two, and Agent L. T. Dyer. to when the firm would reopen numbers was the popular good they were on the peopleof port and downtown Jacksonville.
These older boys who will' this depending entirely on their times. He reminded the
three age groups. are "Our Director" with Lyle Anderson Local airport operators and
possibly. field at take this course in leadership the speed with which the new student director, wieldingthe graduates of the grave responsibility pilots have expressed keen Interest
It is planned that the in the could be threshed, that rests on their shoulders "
th Director will be training to become leaders wheat crop baton. In the acquisition of the
the high school grounds 4 H Clubs of the county. The ground In the mills and distributed I In the new era that the world Is
the band base for this section, it was stated
t Of used for boys aged 14 and youngerat 50 Interspersed with
Rotary boys are: Doyle Conner, Vernon to purchasers. Approximately I entering upon. and while'no definite an.
2:30: p. m., and for those older Rodney Hall, Harry Green percent of the wheat has been numbers were two groups by the The processional was played by
Crosby, nouncement could be made at this i'
A. Y. CovIngton, director than 14 at 4:30 p. m. Geiger Grlffts.[ ear-marked for shipment to alleviate Girls' Glee Club under the direction Mra. E.. M. Davis and the Rev.L. .
Bradford the schedule may be and Ray of Mrs. L. A. Canova. From Invocation.Dr. stage of the proposal, Indications I
County Health stated that the famine in Europe and D. Haines gave
It Is expected that there "Lost were that the base would presently
The beautiful
H speaker at the changed as needs require. the hauntingly Frank J. Bryson gave the I
Club be about 250 boys In attendanceat "When Life be put Into public operation.
Wednesday, dlacuar opening date will, be announcedlater. Asia.The announcement was as follows Chord" to the lilting Scripture reading and prayer,
Course representing
'' l the Short Is Brightest" their numbers were
Phases of the Impor- which was followed by "Praise
'rte carried on at the clinic will organize two four- nearly every county In the state : well chosen and creditably pre- the Lord", sung by the High Blanding Busses
Geiger Mr.
1d and The annual Short Course, "Due to the shortage of flour sented. Mrs E. M. Davis was ac School Glee Club. Following the

1 rrarlous answering members questions of the team leagues and among if possible Junior will Dyer says, )is one of the'most Important and shortening we are forced to companist. sermon the Glee Club sang "TheH I. Change Schedule' !
senior players trips offered the <4-H boys close for an indefinite time. We I
A highlight of the program was Lout Chord". I
the younger bus
for Current schedule between
sponsor games and Is offered only to boys over have appreciated your past pat
lngton of three B.H.S. D. Young Jr. assistantat
the performance George
| stressed the fact children. 14 of age. The trips are ronage and hope to be able to Starke, Klngsley.Village and Camp
years Hall, Doris Marks Episcopal Church,
fw clinic Majorettes-Sharon St.
offers free Im- last week provided award I Blinding were announced this
The Council free to the boys as an supply our customers again very Judd-
foes given Kathleen the benediction.
Owing\ the Edmondnon, and pronounced : week by the Florid Motor Lines
regular diamond ball made a fine record In with the same quality of
for for soon
M fund having exhibition
r.. s $ who an amazing .
and ,all gave and Jacksonville" Coaches follows
'parents are a r. have offered as
it Is the previous y. merchandise we il
school, club work
10 In
have equipment. The-high of baton twirling, dressed spec- '
their Turner Opens : "
children 6nagdnst are given of our business Roy t
make basketballand [ Funds for tho expenses since the beginning. tacular costume, while the Band .
diphtheria, ty- Indicated, will by the County Commissioners. In 1942." Maih". Furniture Shop Florida Motor Lines (stationedat h
avail- the "Victory '
lipox played
and other com- volley ball equipment Tem le Avenue and Highway
Mrs. H. its
be I -Mr. and ,W. Lappe. the Instrumental numbers
d1leuea. able, and there ,will' be increasedactivity Bradford Bond Sales Jack Musgrave, proprietor of Among that' were well received were Opening of Turner's Used Furniture 48));'leaving Starke. at'lSil0 a.. m., l t

Osborne, who attended In these sports during the Musgrave Bakery on N. Temple two accordion solos by Al Steffa- *: Novelty Shop, on Court 6:35 a. m., 0:30: ... m.-1:83 p. m.,

t erica Convention the summer. Questioned as to Since May 1941 Avenue, said that he had nut and the ever-popular "I'll street, was announced thin week and 8:23: : p. m.; leaving Camp

Palm Beach >last week, the prospects for tennis! Geiger $3,054,491A supplies to carry over for ten Take You Home Again Kathleen" by Proprietor Roy Turner formerly Blending at 9:20: a. m., 1:20: p.
rlPOrt on the functions of said that there are no public days, but that he might be required played aa a baritone solo by Billy with Drleee,.. m., 8:33: p. m., 7:20 p. m., 1:20a. :
rr State" The The stor. one door from Starke m. Stops at KIngsley Village,
movement that151e4 tennis court In Starke. total of $8.642 In Series E to close then. It was Smith. .
there. J Dry Cleaners, will offer used furniture a few minutes ride from Blan
Through this located on announcement
that an
original courts were United States Savings stated Between the band numbers t .
and ,
F of all kinds, new gliders
boys take over theM the site occupied by the USO would be made later. Bates discussed various! matters of ding
Of bought by the peopleof lawn sets, and swings. Turner
Bonds were
governmental Jacksonville Coaches (
units Band and departing
building. The Lappe firm was once before Interest concerning the oil ,
'table period and thus ob- Bradford County during the closed-for one week duringa announced that new uniforms will will also provide furniture. from Bowling Alley Station, Temple .(

tralnng.N [ Will Hold month of April, according to an scarcity of shortening last summer be purchased In time for football stove repair services.Kindergarten Avenue, N\ of Hotel Magnolia '

'rht Committee, reportedhew Important Meeting former War Finance Committee to continue restaurant baking The concert closed with "The ClosesMrs. m. and 7:10: p. m. Stop for Kings- ,
p y v.11l be serves M local this It Banner" played and ley Village: return busses are not ,
at Gold Chairman who now During the shortage year Star Spangled Martha Smith announced .
.fI:1JCh State ,Park on AU Veterans, whether membersof I liaison for the U. S. Treasury Department will be restricted from wholesale sung Jn unison.Woman I this week, that her Kindergarten routed by Blanding.McCord a't

20.announced. the American Legion or not In the continuing sale as well as retail service. will close for the summer monthson .

r tred that DIatrict are Invited to attend the regular of Savings Bonds. Student June 14. EquippedFor ;

Bultman WIll pay meeting of the Jones-Langford-I April sales compare to $27,851: New Aeronca ChampAt I Woodwork Repair 'I
skit Solo Flight
to the club at W. Call March $4,068 in February, and Mrs. Joe Martinez returned .
on In
meeting, White Post In the hut Starke AirportPurchase from week's visit In
and ,, Sunday a '
each of this
mem- year
s 4 ked night at 8 o' $16,361 in January Pauline Mlclette.) of Starke, The addition of upholstering andreflnlahlng
to bring a guest. St., next Tuesday total Invested by the Miami and Key West.
I bringing the of a neW Aeronca marked three "firsts" with her service was announced
clock.T. In Govern- up The Rev and Mrs W. J.
people of this county described the man the Conway Airpark thla week by the McCord, Furniture
tiara Church. H. Osborne. delegate from May 1941 Champion by solo flight at Churchwell and Mrs. J. T. Guy
ment Bonds from member of and Novelty Shop on High
Convention the "nation's number last Thursday. As a
the State 13,034- ufacturer as were In Gainesville Monday morning -
to to
the local post 30, U46
through April Ralph 13 in North Starke.W. .
last was an- class of Instructor I way
plane the
Palm Beach one light where they attended a conference -
In West anounced.
at.the *****, the action 491 :Mr. Wilson nounced thin week by the Starke Cheshire, she was making her with Bishop Arthur Moore. C. McCord stated that he Is I
af :Ri under the dl.t.o ., week, will report on as universal Airport. The ship Is one of five initial solo: and thus became the The local delegates report that also equipped to handle any kind "I. i
D' A. G1I taken on such Issues DiamondW. all student pilot to pass of woodwork repair, and makes #'
Y1J\e\ and "Boy Gets currently based at the airport first woman I the Starke Methodist Church had
who training '
ada will preaci military colored available for th I the major "test" here, and also best in Interior and lawn furniture on "
T formation of a the of which are the report of any church
The of
morning at 11 a. m State". parsley manager I to solo In order.
will be discussed S. flying class conducted by Roy'L. was the first person the district.
nr at a p. m. post In Starke activities local A P Food Store wet I Sleg. Lacy Coaway's new Piper Cub. I IUlMMl-l tter' process bunlne** The proprietor a resident here

Scbool will meet at 1C u well as other participate In- winner of the diamond ring given I, Loran Conner, member of the t Mrs. :Miclette 1s a sister of Conway -. card, 230 for $3.29. CVe plan- for the past 11 years, opened" the
d Prayer that the post might of the away Wednesday night by Harley. received a private license I the local, bus ticket agentfane116perator'of"tree : .y ; ,furniture factory two Ibonth..eo. .
Meeting U Dele ,
be one watch- class "
This promises to local Jeweler and Alfpark.\ I 'for T'degraphrr.BrW .
ecJleaday evening at 8 p. most tolerating and Instructive F.maker.Strong '1'\i IMfar.: it'Tas' 'stated. C..c,

,..t meeting! held by the local posi.!

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pound. These Inedible fats are essential to keep Industry I Junior Page was In Jacksonville were weekend guests

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH rolling. I Tuesday. BrookerBy Mrs.\100d.O. O. StraYhorn of, ,,Irt,'

j The American kitchen, for the time being, must replace i MrsAgnea Fuqua la visiting Mr.

RutabUslted 1877 part of the devastated regions of the earth In production of relatives In Callahan. Mrs. T. W. Blacker'' a business and Mrs. Roy Greet!

I fats and oils. The Bureau of Agricultural Economics esti- Philip Shuford of Miami spent . . '. '. a Rev, C. trip A. to Starke
XX. ....Matthews ___ Editor and Owner Crosby
the weekend with parents
mates that it will be well into 1947 before world exports can Mrs. Beulah Harrell and Plnholster std
Shuford. He grand- attended
John the
Mr. and Mrs.
even approach pre-war volume and net Imports of fats and Baptist Convention
lltiThtled Weekly oo Fridays and Entered fcs Second Class Matter la in the Navy.R. daughter, Ann Catherine, are In ltisa
oils into the United States can come near the pre-war average. spending a two weeks vacation In week.
at the Post Office at Starke Florida. The Skillet L. Bradley was In Georgia Mrs. B. F.
Scrape St. Petersburg with relatives. Hazen and
So, we must scrape the skillet, save and boll down fat from Sunday on business.Mr. Allen Conely of Leeitburg spenta lea, spent part of last l01I,
and Mrs. A. L. Dryden of East !let
dinner plates. Tablespoonsful are valuable to you who needso few days last week with Mr. Palatka because of
About Fats Jacksonville Sunday after- new of Mrs.
Facing Facts : many things and to people' In war-torn countries who need noon guests were 0 f Mro. Dryden'a and Mrs. Otis Barry. Alice Oliver.Hazen's Mrs moths l

everything. Mrs. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plummer and dltlon Is oilv
mother, Perry Improving WjEXPERT
Gue t Editorial By M. R. Werner We may solve our labor problems and our other reconver- daughter Pat were Sunday guestsof
Rev. and Mrs. T. C.
sion quickly but can't manufacture the goods Mrs. J. C. Cone' and -
problems we Clyde I
article Every-
everybody in this country needs some badly. children of Jacksonville and
needs unless the American kitchen continues to account i Cone.
Asia needs about des- everybody also of Jackson-
body In most of Europe and everything Buster Crews,
for at least ten, cent of the tallow Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Kelly u A ,
perately. And we can't satisfy those needs at home and abroad per and grease production vile were Sunday dinner guests xm

unless we save something we all have and don't need. Used which it did during the war. And It ',we save more, I of Mr. and Mrs. C. R! Crews and and Mrs. daughter.Alice Thomas Kay, have and mother LAXAv1GOtOlq
than that we can get'more soap and help to provide the raw _
fats are as important today In relieving shortages of everythingfrom family., .. Jacksonville ,to make their
material for many other industrial Eustace 'Kelly of New RIver .
the in making processes.
soap to new houses as they were during war home.
everything from ammunition to,blood plasma containers.We was visiting: his brother and sister- Mr. and Mrs., F. M Norman of
. . I in-law afternoon.
. Thursday
and the rest of the world need as much fats and oils was accompanied by young! JohnA. Vanderbilt were dinner guests of
The address of H. C. Crews
as we can produce and salvage. Despite the great efforts of Bouvier, 3rd who is with Mr. new Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Edwards
Farm Is Co. A, 43rd TNO. B. N., BITO,
American farmers and cattlemen, our domestic production of State and Mrs. Bouvier for. .an extended ASFTC, North Camp Polk La. Saturday.Mrs. .

fats and oils has never been able to compensate fully for the By Mrs. Bryan Whltftald stay. >" Mr. and Mrs. Carl VanZantwere Earl Green and daughters,
loss of from the Pacific. Before Pearl Harbor we Mrs. E. L. !Meredith of Lubbork his Shirley Nell and Linda Gale, are
our Mrs.
imports mother
visiting ,
. . . Texas has been the visitor it Mr. spending a short vacation In RADIO
used to get our cocoanut, linseed and oth< r oils from South Sea Annie Jones, in Jacksonville Sun-
GRADUATESThe and Mrs. C. O. Partney for about South Carolina with her brother-
Islands. It will be quite a while before, the oil plantations on day.
ten days having come to accompany in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs.
Guadalcanal and In the Philippines get back Into production. State Farm graduates from

Chinese vegetable oils accounted' for a large part of American' were Bradford Charles High Thornton School,and May Misses 23,1' from little San Angelo Kay Partney, Texas where home Bible Story Hour M.E Vicky, J. Lewis. Malcolm Lewis and' SERVICE[!

supplies, and we all know what more than eight years.. 'of fighting she had been the guest of Mr. Miss Ivamae Lewis were In Starke
Lila Rae Caldwell and Luella
has done to vast areas of China. With 60 children present Tuesday .
Davis. Congratulations are ex- and Mis. Lewis Tatum for some Saturday. 'I
afternoon In the Recreation
Fat, Needed, For Hungry tended to these young people. weeks. Mrs. Lloyd Barry and daughter, Chas.
BuildIng of the Methodist Church, C.SHEPHERD
In order to feed the hungry people In Europe and Asia and Last Wednesday Mrs. Reese held Frances, were 'in 'Gainesville Fri- .

help get them back Into production so that they can help them- BRIDGE CLUB MEETING Bradley and son. Jack Wayne, of its the last community session Bible-School until the'reopenIng day afternoon. I!
,Mr and Mrs. ReddIck Thomas !
Mrs M. E. Grlner was hostessat Clinton ,
selves, the United States must contribute 840 million poundsof Jacksonville joined little of school this fall.
world Within the United last Thursday's meeting of the Bradley in visiting Mr. '-nd Mrs.J. of Lake City were visiting, here
fats and oils in 1946 to the pool. This made a total of 2170 chil- at

States the demand for fats and oils is greater than ever and the State Farm Bridge Club. The H. Hundley and Mr. and Mrs. dren who have attended since the Sunday Arthur afternoon.Edwards ,and J, V. Ed-I
three tables were placed in the
stocks on hand and prospects of production are smaller. The J. M. Bradley. Reese Bradley beginning of the class In September wards In Jacksonville j GAY'SSERVICE
were on
and of
living dining rooms her here with I
spent Saturday night
Bureau of Agriculture Economics estimates that our demand 1945, under the direction of business
home. In decorating for this occasion its family, all returning home i Saturday. I STATIONONWAY'S
will be about 50 pounds per person during 1946, and that our Mrs. Griner used giant Sunday.Mr. Mrs. W. J. Churchwell. Mrs. R.'I Mr. and Mrs. Vo.f'V. Hazen and

supplies may average about 44 pounds. Our supplies of fats i gladioli of many lovely hues. Mrs.J. Mrs. Vance : A. Green, as pianist, and Mrs. children and. Mrs, E.. M. Hazen
and Oelger Titus Olson and Misses/ Amy f"n-!
and oils are 25 per cent lower than a year ago. Industry was R. Kite won high prize, a 'and Bradley Geiger of Jacksonville burn and Kate Struth, were-----" I I i H MMBI HHMM H HMMMBHM
short of fats and oils during the war, and now with plans for double deck of cards, Mrs: J.- C. I were Sunday visitors of Mr ular volunteer workers. I I '

expansion under way in every manufacturing plant. the de- Wallace second high, a portfolio and Mrs. J. M. Bradley. Ten children were awarded '

mand for industrial fats and oils is greater than ever. of note paper, Mrs. Fielding Chap- Bible Story books and Bible picture -
man and Mrs. Dennis Fancher in . . .
a a a ,
In Europe, of course, the situation is much worse. Supplies puzzles for not having misseda
a tie, won club bingo prizes of
of food available in Continental Europe In 1946 will be Tuesday afternoon class during
Kleenex and Mrs. R. P. McLendon I
lower than they were at any time during the war. There are guest bingo, powder. Additionaltea LAWTEYBy the session; These were Louise Li'
Service Statio
Cone, Buzzy Green, Sandra Johns,
shortages of manpower to plant and harvest crops f there are guests were Miss Onle Lee Mrs. Mamie Crews

shortages of fertilizers and farm machinery. The military operations Dunn of Paducah, Ky., house C a e . Florence Brown, Ann Cressler,
Dorcas TJeraldine and BarbaraAn PHONE 147 RING 2
necessarily bringing destruction and disruption in their guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.'C. Wal- FOR SERVICEOil
Hicks, Patsey Grew and Rod- '
wake, caused greater shortages. Fats and oils are among the lace; and Mrs. J. L. Williams. Mm. SKLLERS-IIELL:
Mr and Mrs. John Bell announce dy Struth.
foods Europe lacks most. Grlner served a salad course with Changing
iced tea.COMMUNITY. the marriage of their
No Stocks In Europe daughter, Mabel, to Clifton Sellers Greasing
There are no stocks on hand in Europe. Before the war CLUB
son of Mrs. Katie Sellers.
Europe, excluding Russia Imported about 4.9 billion pounds of Summer flowers were artistic- The ceremony was performed ,O Waxing

Cats and oils out,of its total consumption of 15 billion pounds, ally arranged In the Club Room Sunday, May 19 Jn Georgia. 9 Washing

During tbe war no( stocks could be accumulated, for the Continent for the Community Club regular
was blockaded. The Mediterranean countries which used meeting Tuesday afternoon of last Sgt. Ralph Smart has reenlisted i 4 Polishing

to export olive.oil and other edible oils to this country before week. Mrs. J. R. Kite, second in the Army after several yearsof kcSrea1ine .1' .. Tire Repairs
service and his recent
vice-president, presided! I over the overseas
tile war will not be able to take care of the European demand. '
business session during which the discharge.
Here Is where we get'our domestic supplies of fats'and ELECTRIC ARC WELDIN
apron project was advanced. Mrs.J. Mrs. Mary O'Grady was in Lake
oils; the oilseed crops grown in this country; hog and cattle L. Williams and Mrs. H. M. City Wednesday visiting her vet-

slaughter; used cooking fat American housewives save. Rlcharde were hostesses and during eran husband In the hospital

Daring the war, meat consumption In this country Increased the 'social hour served sand- there where he recently under- AMOCO GAS ONE HOUR

:: enormously., Americans are now eating 165 pounds, of ,wiches and cookies with iced. tea. went an operation OIL,& GREASE

meat per person per year. Since the end of meat rationing WMU MEETINGThe Rev. Killingsworth of Clay HH .

American consumption went up sharply. Fat salvaged from W. M. U. of Raiford Baptist was in Lawtey Thursday morning. your Quaker State, '

this great consumption of meat is also a great source of the Church met with Mrs. Lyn- ,

fats we need to/keep up our manufacturing'of soap, and other wood Watts Wednesday afternoonof lire Insurance ',' Oil

household products. Salvaged fats are essential too, If we are last week. The devotional was GET THE ,

to do our part In preventing the spread of starvation In other led by Mrs Forest Harvey and SPEED SURE Sealed Containers ,

countries. '1ivery'pound or ounce of fat saved and turned In Mrs. Malcolm Tompkins gave ex- SEE

means"that a pound of food fats will be made available in the cerpts from the WMU Yearbook.' RELIEF FOR ACIPINDIGESTION RIDE

general world supply. Pvt., and Mrs. Char, Andrewsof FLORIDAGREYHOUND AUTO LITE

Fat Sources! In The Home Augusta, Ga., spent the past Charley E. ,Johns BATTERIESLINES

What are these fat we*need? Used cooking fat Is any animal week-end with Mr. and Mrs. C. L
Agency ,
or vegetable ,fat left over after food has been prepared. McMillan. t
Here are some' of the sources of fat from cooking; drippingsfrom Dinner guests at noon Satur- t Phone IS STARKE, FLA. BUSSESFor ,,,mr
day of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis ly
t ... Safety
roasting pans and broilers; grease skimmed from stews '
were Lyle A. Noland and his two .
and soups; the top of the water In which frankfurters have sisters who were enroute from t ... Comfort & Economy '
been cooked; grease left over after meat has been fried; used their home in North Carolina to '" .... Phone 147

lard shortening and cooking oils; ,fats cut from meat. duringIts Visit relatives'in Ocala. Carpenter's Drug Storr I prMntlna THE TRAVELERS, Hartford Take Care Of It I

preparation' from the table. and left on plates after'. the, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Walker and -

meal is over children and Mr. Walker's mother, \ -

Those are the things we.must.not throw away If we want* Mrs. Minnie Walker, have moved ..

to get all the things, we need. During the war American house- from Starke to the Farm and are

wives were a. source of tremendous supplies of these salvagedfats. living in the home occupied by
Mr. Pause folks. Have Coca-Cola
and Mrs. Roy Roberts until a
'three-and-a-half years 600.897,000 pounds of fats were their recent departure, .

returned to 'use.' Many American housewives are aware of the Mrs. W.- E. Fillyaw and son,

current need and are faithfully collecting their fats and turning Tommy, of Lake Butler came

them In to their butchers, who still give them four cents a Sunday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. M. ,,aP

pound for them., Current collections average about thirteen- D. Young. ,

and-a-half million pounds of salvaged fats a month. Mrs. John Godwin Mrs. Richard -
Markham and Mr. and Mrs. E. --s
But we can't'aftord to waste a tablespoonful or even a
teaspoonful. We've got ,to increase our collections .f salvaged G. Land made a business trip to ,
Ocala and Alachua last Thursday.
fats if we.are, toovercomahortages: of goods and take care
In an exchange of visits Mrs.
of starving _people. I Mary Yarbrough and Miss Mary 1 '

Fat Makes Soap Lou Yarbrough were with Mr. and rill

Soap Is one.of the moot Important things you get because Mrs. Johnnie B. Johns at Kings-

fats are salvaged. Industrial fats .and olls'alre essential In ley Village during' the'past week 1 r t

soap making. About,40 per cent of our. Industrial fats and oils while Mr. and Mrs. John and )

goes to make soaps for our own use In our homes. Another their children were Sunday visitors '
1 of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Yar- i
13' :
cent goes'to make
pet soaps essential.for use in industry IUl11r/ .
Because housewives saved fats,. in 1945 they got 13 'per pentcardd brough. sajli .
:Mr. and Mrs A. C. Davis and
lOap"for-thelr own'use than they would have got other- -
children.Clifton and Misses! Mel- \lA
"Wise" 'r1Ritd:? .;'a7j aged fats produced enough Industrial fats to yen and Joyce, visited relativesand fl

,4"?* *l1 "tf*eN, $yellow "ar.lOap> used by civilians, or one-quarte friends In' ,Graham, Gainesville ,

,*C aU the heavy duty\laundry soaps, or one-half of all the toilet and Waldo Saturday afternoon 1-

eoapeor ,twice the total of fine-fabric soaps, if it had been and Sunday.Accompanied 1 ,

used for those alone. by her sun, Jerry

V To put It In more-intimate terms: a pound of salvaged tat Kaatham. Mrs. Jerome Eastham,
collected in fat makes former Farm resident called on 1
your salvage can one 24-os. package of S -
cavtral friends
Sunday; afternoonen
heavy-duty laundry soap or six ban of laundry soap or five route from their home In

bars of toilet soap. In the more than three-and-a-half yearsof Palatka to Ore-m Cove Springs.En .1 m I f

the Fat Salvage Campaign the fats saved represented the route to their home in Little

equivalent of one bar of soap per month for every individual Rock Ark., from Miami, Mr. and Ir

In the United States. Mrs. Crayton and their son, T-Sgt.

it SOAP IN INDUSTRY Harry Crayton were breakfast t .wn I R'I : 4"r

guests of Mr. and :Mrs. J. ),[.
Everybody knows how
necessary a bar of soap ts for him-
self. Bradley Monday having been ac- 5//
But not
everyone that you can't get the textiles,
companied from Miami to
the radios the synthetic rubber you need unless plenty, of soap home of his parents by S-Sgt.the time out for sociable refreshmentAll
is available for use In their manufacturing process. Jack D. Bradley. .

Any decline In fat salvage collections will mean costly de SgtT and Mrs.Edwin Fulton of

lays fa relieving current shortages of goods We can't get Starke were dinner guests of Mr. work and no play is nobody's idea of fun. So the whole family

fats and oils from Europe and other Imports of fats and oils and Mrs. J. Q. Caldwell and family -

t are cut down. In fact, we must share some of ours there unless Friday night brightens up when Dad sounds off with Have a Coke and the frosty
Mrs. Effie 'Johns and little
people are to suffer hunger and other deprivations. We

can and't shipping get enough from the Far East until the ravages'of war visited grand-daughter Mr. and,Mrs.Lavonla Alfred Rogers ThriftIn bottles are passed 'round. Everybody relaxes for sociable refreshment
shortages are relieved.
Monlac, Ga., from Sunday un
Kitchen Supplies Fat til Tuesday. and the friendly pause. After that the job gets easier, goes quicker.*

A huge source of supply, however Is available to us, and Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd/ 'Ind its abbr.SOTTLID .
that Is the American kitchen. The returned Monday from Miami 'Cota.Col.
American kitchen has be- UNDII AUTHOIITT. OP THI COCA-COIA COftfANt ST k.'srs the naht'rd
some an essential where attended
conversion factory for American Industry. they the Southern -
Tta housewife gets her edible tats from Baptist Convention.
grocer. re CO.
turns. her ,Inedible fats to her butcher and When Mrs. J. A. Bouvler returned -
gets four cents a from Miami
Friday she

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Sermon by Presiding: Elder, subject 1 S. . -- -- -- -- -- .-- .
"Words and Their' Meaning". hospital as her condition Is not ; were visiting In Lakel I l
very satisfactory. Geneva
w W. Parker Money raised for trustees In SunnybrookBy Mr. and Mrs. Monday | WUBtra C.S3HQ led ALL eandUatee to 4 V cmmB e fei..
y A. C. Davis of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Sullivanand dy lire primary.
rally-$200.66. Everyone is wel- ; Mrs O. E. Crosby the State Farm were Sunday son, Percy, Jr., were Sunday \ Wastes C. KINO t....''v... aetnre eapporl IB ever*.ass.*
SSnL Cp1FERENCE come at Allen Chapel Church.- i . . . guests of Mr. and Mrs. H, M. Was- guests of their parents Mr. and I II the lole. -evidence: el the high etteem la which he (lilt MA.KIMQ .
Confer- waaua C. I" the ALL-FLORIDA candidate fat wo
seCond QuarterlY Rev. D. P. Mack, pastor. Mrs. Our din and family. Mrs. C Sullivan. t road Commluloner IXMMIUM ble enperltne*-:to ,uiMeia ar
Jacksonville Dto- entire community was sad- Jim Poppin f and In bu.N.-mok.s him the .bed qualllled. max hi*tar,
o Jacksonville
West Irene Thomas
the at Allen reporter. dened by the death Mrs. J. p. Dickinson and Walter r Important 0111_
night Leaman
egan Friday( with Choir Blackburn last week. visited friends here Sunday. Sibley were visiting friends In WILBUR C. XINa will be amtelul for jour vote and ..a.Wtu.d .
A ME, Church BLUE CAPS DOWN BALDWINThe few Quite a Mrs Alma Hinson of Jackson- Orange Heights Sunday. support.k .
Following a ser- people attended his
T funeral A VOTE FOR
on duty Ziegler, Starke Blue Caps have anew at Dyal Cemetery after- ville and Mrs. W. p Bennett were Misses Carla Mae Hall, Grace
y ReV', ,sports of all clubs manager W: W. Parker. noon. Sunday In Palatka Sunday afternoon Dickinson and Mrs. J. P. Dick- WILBUR C. KING

elder were made.. Sunday they beat Baldwin 8 to 6 Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Barnes of Friends will be Interested to inson were shopping In Jackson- MAY 28
rds In a close game. On May 20 they Dothan know that Miss Alta Smith was ville Monday.
school at Ala., are visiting their 5..d 4 WILL OR A VOTE FOR FKOaMItt
B day i0lntende. journeyed to High Springs to son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and discharged from the SPARS in Walter Swindell of Alachua C.mml..toa.r "" Paid lor by Friend el Wilbur C. ttoa t
Williams conducted bjf{ playa scoreless tie On Sunday, Mrs. Alex Barnes. Everyone is Savannah Ga. last week and Is at spent the weekend with his parents
r Worship May'26, High Springs will present visiting her mother, Mrs.
At 1 o'clock the come glad to see Rev. and Mrs. and friends.
Inr Las rendered by the to Reno field and the public Is back in our community again. 1.. C. Smith In Waldo and brother' Rev. Squires! of Palatka: filled .._ tSPECIll

: in Christ. Evenorsblp urged to come early In order to Mr. and Mrs. and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs.L. his regular appointment at the
n 1 Of cod Otis Crawfordand C. Smith, Jr., In Daytona Baptist Church .
choir No. 2 en duty. get standing room. The game daughter Sunday.Don't
| Shirley Ann OFC
were Beach, tlALf/ES
will be called at 8:30. Parker will dinner guests of Mr. forget to attend services
send Big Pete the Twister to the C. C. Crawford and Mrs. Clarence Frazier was in Gaines- next Sunday morning at the Baptist -
ILLS & FEVER mound with Leon doing the re- Sunday and Lake Butler ville Monday..: having some repair Church and BTU that even-
ceiving. home were accompanied work done on his car. ing. Prayer meeting at the Christian -
ETO MALARIA -..- by Vance Crawford who Church: Wednesday evening. F000S.ANN0N'S
NEW REMIN G TON PORT- will spend this week with them.Mrs. . . . a |I We don't want anyone left out !

ABLE typewriters, $ T.TT (includes O. E. Crosby, Mrs. J. R. In this column, so we are asking .
LlEVED666' tax) Bradford County Kelly and children Kathryn and TheressaBy that all having news notes sendor
Telegraph. Robert Lloyd and Mrs. Raymond bring to writer or leave at post
,"" Crosby Mm. James Swindell
were visitors in Palatka office so that our column will
Friday.We. . . grow.

B R V ICE "AS YOU LIKE IT are sorry to report that'I'A very cordial welcome la ex- I

BRADFORD BARBER SHOPCourt ill Mrs.in R.Glendale M. Crosby Is critically tended to Mrs. Joe H, Kelsey of|I Recent DischargesDischarges 220 N. TEMPI.E AVE. STAKKE,FLA.
Hospital In Pa-
Los Angeles, Calif., who arrived I
St. -- We Appreciate Your BusinessV. latka. Monday to make her home for ;I recorded this weekin

J. Prather R. L. Morgan Mi and Mrs. II B. Kelly and awhile with Mr. and Mrs. A. the Office of the Clerk of the SATURDAY SPECIALS
children spent the weekend in St. Kelsey.Mr. 11'1'I Circuit Court Include the following -

Augustine visiting her brother, and Mrs. Murray Castle- : Cpl. William Garland God-

and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mra. berry left Saturday to make their win, Pvt. Matthew J, O'Grady 16 Oz. Jar
Pvt. Robert L. Patterson, Comer
Woods. home In Miami. We regret losing I KING TASTE MAYONNAISE 35c
L. Kessler -
TommIe Cain Peek Perryman, Richard -
spent the week-
SOUTHEASTMote them but wish
IN THE much I
Shelbert\ Benjamin Rosier, and
end visiting relatives
(; people drink Atlantic Ale and Beer than any other. Springs and Fort White.in High new success home.and happiness in their i Howard Clarence Green Jr., S No. 2 CRnJackson

It must be... A large group from this com- James, 'Ernest: and Thomas 1-c. Cream-Style Corn 14c
munity attended the homecoming -
services at Oak Grove Church Trlest returned home Sunday after NEW: ItEMIN G TON fOKT-
Sunday attending the American Legion AUI.K typewriters '57.77 (Includes -
Convention at West Palm Beach tax) Bradford County 25 lha. SKRUBY

Church Don't Saturday forget B.T.U.night at and Cdrlnth Sun last and week.visiting relatives in Miami Telegraph.CARPENTER'S. ROSE FLOUR $1.45.

: day night church service. Everyone -
Mrs.! Ben Loper and baby daughter -
is cordially Invited to these
services. Linda, returned home Satur- All Cigarettes Ctn. $1.80Large

The farmers in our communityare day from Glendale Hospital in ,
'f t ., t. I Palatka. .
busy gathering sweet corn
and some are setting strawberry Mrs. Sidney Grlffls and son

!C.IEti. plants while the rains are coming were Sunday guests of Mr. and FANCY LEMONS, Dozen 30t
Mrs. James Swindell E r !

EEB.tat Mr. and Mrs. frank Kelsey of
. . .
e Starke visited his Mr.
...r o+ 17 1.2 Oz. Jar
ahd Mrs. A. H. Kelsey last week.

M.NrC.5..f.b511,1...CMMr.Ckxinm*.Ato/pl*.e r-.. GrahamBy Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Rhoden and Heinz Baked Beans 21c
Miss Thelma Rhoden of Starke '\
Mrs. John McKinney visited Mrs. S. R. Swindell and

. . e family Sunday afternoon.Mr. SWEET POTATOES, 2 Ibs. -' 20c .

Mrs. Maude Warren, Mrs. Ray and Mrs. Fred Dodd and
children and niece, Miss Frances
Goodge and Dock Varnes of 2.. Oz. JarPureGold
beOO Misses Grace Dickinson and
tl + Dodd
Hampton visited Mr. and Mrs.
4 Wiley Edmondson Friday after- Ruth Sibley were among those en- Sweet Mix. Pickles
Joying the picnic at Juniper PRESCRIPTION 2&i

noon.Mr.. and Mrs. John McKinney Springs Saturday. I i
visited Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Mrs S. R. Swindell, Mrs. A. PHARMACISTPhone Fresh Dressed & Drawn POULTRYAT

t o6A Melton near Waldo Friday after-I H. Kelsey and Miss Grace Dickinson -
; were visiting in Hampton Fri STARKE ALL TIMES
L noon. Mrs. Melton is very ill. 64 -

Mrs. W. P. Bennett was in Jack- day evening. On-the-Minit Service I
sonville Friday on business. John Dukes and B. F. Geiger I

Little Gloria McKinney has the were business visitors In Ocala

measles this .-week. Friday. +.. ,e
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rhodenof Miss Hazel Phillips was a business .

Waldo and Mr' and Mrs. W. P. visitor In Jacksonville Mon CITIES SERVICETIRES '

Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney day. _
Mrs. Russell Starling and B. F. Geiger has enrolled In
the Naval School of Delsel Engineering
Mrs. Roy Reynolds attended the
\J IO.O.F. open-house in Starke in Jacksonville
Thursday night. Mrs. W. D. Garrett of Green

Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts Cuve Springs was a weekend guestOf

., were shopping In Starke Satur her mother, Mrs. J. P. Dick.1I1.on 600x16, .4 & 6 Ply ,
What Is Good Appearance and fimlly.

day.Mrs.. Long Broughton, who recently Quite a few attended the Bac- 650x16, 4 & 6 Ply
Worth To You?
underwent an operation at calaureate sermon for the BUS

St. Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville Graduates! In Starke Sunday night. ....
A --
man isn't well-dressed unless he's well- - -
was forced to return to the Mrs. James Swindell and son,
pressed! Fastidious men know how important Get Motor Drained
well-cleaned, well-pressed clothing is to ---

their appearance. Our, flawless methods NOTICENotice and Flushed .

keep your precious suits in ship-shape con- '

dition. With the critical clothing situation, Is hereby given that the following described land will REFILL WITH

it will pay you to use our heartily approveddry b o'clock
cleaning even more frequently. due for taxes, herein sat opposite to the name, together with all KOOL MOTORCanned
cost of such Hale and advertlilnf.

I AM*. Ta*...
PHONE 135 D.aerlpttoa .. T. n. Atrrm Owner A I.t. OilEXIDE

ROBT.'KEEN. 315 Alto that t SEVi portion'lylnaW of NWT o? .w.... ... ... ... ..A .. ..- ... -y
canal and N of Can at.
and E of Wellor 8t, '
Temple except home o* V. B. ; "
Harrell. II. H. Houston 2S ( 23it Blandlnii Center, Inc. 4(1.75Mr ,
Owner A AECAUSE and Chan. A. Jenkins ,
Block 2. City
Lot 4 of .
PivlSIof IS' George Pierce 1.99
Park Bub-
Lot I of Block I t, and lot :
100 fl. N and B by 6JV4 BATTERIESTry
ft. E and W In NW .

corner linn'. of ub-DlYl lot .3 lon Dow'j:2S 8 23 Kunte Fred. >.Luide 474
Block IS except 84 of Green !li .20
Floyd ; 11
Add. at 8 22
CXr lot 4, Oaxklnn .
Lot 1-3 of Bloekl, N. J. Keen 31.66
IS' 21 f A Tankfulof
Addition .
iRA Highway t ,.,:
TASTY BREADI N 10 ft. of lot 4 and lot -.
Addition 5 of Block 2. Highway 2< 8 31 W. A.'.Cook ,V T40 The New Post-War

Lot t of Block 32, J. I.,0!oarylI. Maloney 2.SOt :

( TAr) h t Lot 1 end 8 11% ft. of II' 22 "" I I KOOL MOTOR r
lot 2 of Block 2 1 UT. .
Addition InffMon-T" rub J' ft Co.21 8 21 ore. Maude BrownIe. 3.91 I '

Lot 6. 6. 8. 9, 10 of block High Octane
6 11. Uvlnit ton-Traby ACo.'d Carl Hitch 21II '
Addition II' Ethyl Gasoline $
Lot 1-12 and S f ft. of .jL"V ,
lot 4 of Block U, Ur.ln '
R ..Mon-Truby A Co.* Floyd ore.n' 22.SS You'll Notice A Difference
; I.
'M1V : L. Lot Addition(, T of Block 21.Llvln "','V .
b it Carr
ton-Tru jr Prunl ..If
21 8 21 -
.' Addition .
,4 V' E Block SS* ft.1 of Llvln lot..1 tnn-of '--....&". -::,' ,- Blitz Bomb

> ; -, Truby vial on. A It 0.:* Bub DI-21 < 22 Enoch Ty.on '-\ ...10 Aerosol

Block IS and NH of Block .ufj;. *
LIvlnimton.Troby A Unknown .' v- <414Vf <
2 6. Positively Destroys
Co.'. Sub Dlvlnlon 2S f SSI ;" I'
y Lot 1 of Block 27, Llv. ,
"'+ Inmton-Truby A Co.. Homer Williams 4 14
-9xro b Sub Dlvlilon SS 21 .. Flies Fleas Mosquitoesand
Block 29 eii-ept lot I, "
Llvln ton-T rub y ... Joe Hofan ITS Insects
OJv'n., Other
IT'S FULL.STRENGTH-this active fresh Lot Co. *I. 4 of Block I*.
Yeset lnstonTr r II by A Willie Hoberta- <1.14Lots <
goes right to work. No waiting-no extra Sub 21 I 21
b1 brt And Fleischm nl1'8 fresh Yeast helps make ;;: J.P
rr:dtithat. tastes sweeter, is lighter) finer-tet4red Lots Wynn'A, *B,Addition Block C of Block 10, N of I.21Fractional 12S3 ..yd Holloway n it Oil or Electric Fires EXTINGUISHED- INSTANTLY.

<. IF YOU BAKE.AT HOME-be sure to Twelfth of Walnut Street St.,a nd Tim W Unknown 2." ,

get Fleiachmann'a active fresh Yeast pl.'. Addition 21 I
of N 171
with the familiar yellow labeL Depend- South feet (1 of f.E t SO fait o* \ AUTO FOUNTAINOPEN

Iad111A1af1 able-'America's time-tested favorite Block En.2),.'*a.Map.extended Orl<<- A. W. And.raog' 13.16Cem

"tusf" \ for more than 70 years. on Iao",SW fete n.ieof3t 8 SI -"f.\,. "' .'

.r.r. Madlaon A Bay St*, EN DAY and NIGHT
a 2J4 ft. for
and run
/I F A-4u pt. of beg, thene run
W 101 ft.. 9 il4 ft. &
IDS. of ft.b.N..S1H ft. to apt 21 8 23 Unknown 2.90 II. C. BROWN' W. T. GILL

Tax Collector CJ*> of Starke.

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Birthday Party Starke Couples Miss DurshimerHonored ,Church Of
Ladies 'CouncilHonors May Lodge Celebrates2nd GraduateaHonpred; > CLrtat

Miss LappeAt AnniversaryMay At Lovely Tea For Mrs, jPrescott Wed, On May 10 In At ShowerMrs. The Church of Chrlat

P.T.A.One Double CeremonyMiss V. S. St. John and Misses Invites everyone II
LovelyShower I. O Given by Mrs. H. A. Prescott was honored to Ib,
Lodge No. 13 of the next Lord's
Eleanor and Alice St. John
with a Jjlr.thday dinner at her were Day PretQ
The Ladles*Council of the First O. F. celebrated Its second anni- of the lovller events of the home. Sunday:by members of her Ethel Mae Parker becam hostesses at their home Thursday, Communion from 11 to !

Christian Church entertained at versary Thursday night, May 16, season for the Bradford High i family. Dinner was enjoyed .outdoors the "bride of Thomas I. MersereAi I May 16, from 4:30: til 6 o'clock at I and at 7:43: : p m rue 12
School graduates of this year was 1 and Miss Vera Marie Kldd wed a lingerie shower in honor of Miss subject will be
the church Tuesday evening witha In the American Legion Hall. A under' large shady oak 'Little r
the tea given in the main lounge I William D. Parker in a double- Virginia Durshimer, The evenIng
miscellaneous shower honoring delicious of baked chicken trees and the two-tiered white topic
Mlas Dorothy Lappe, whose mar- supper of the USO building Sunday aft- ; Iced cake with pink candles cent- ring ceremony performed Friday; The table was covered with a Ister, W. Herron, will by tb
and 'dressing,, with potato salad, ParentTeachers the L. A. Shepherd -, Reason
riage to Lyle Anderson will be ernoon In their honor by the ered the table. :May! 10, by Rev. lovely white hand-embroidered Why Infant
drinks and cake served. Association.Mrs. at his home In Raiford, Displeasing &P
an event of Saturday, May 25.: Present were Mr. and Mrs. 'J. cloth and centered with a bowl to God, and
After' the meeting was L. H. Jennings, as retiring Easter lilies and other early summer tal to Man's Eternal
The church wan beautifully dec- supper C. Sapp and sons, Mr. -and Mrs. arrangement of white'roses and ( Coot

orated, .vrflth an assortment, of.prlng' called to order by the D. D. G president, greeted the guests J. E. Brown andjfamily, Mr.'and, flowers formed the effective o'clock blue lupin. church the is pleading for a
I I for the six
blossoms and the lace cov- Master who.aerved as master ot at the door and Mrs. R. A. Green, Mrs. Herbert Prescott and son, background Appropriate games and contests) Original Church of Oitr,
which performedin
ered table was centered with an ceremonies. ,Speakers of the even- past-president, prevented them to Mr and Mrs L. C. McVay, Mr. ceremony the of was a few relatives, were enjoyed and prizes were a-
arrangement of white gardenias. : the new PTA president, Mrs. 'I and Mrs. JL., Wynn, Miss Dorothy presence warded to Misses Dorothy Lappe
ing were Bros. Wooten, Conley, Junlua M. Smith, and to the receiving Miss Parker chose for her wed
Candles on each, side of the table Prescott! and Mr. Prescott.. 1 and Mary Louise Durshimer, The
Harvey, Gardner of Jacksonville The first of the blue suit with which '
'decorated line. part ;Mra, Prescott 'received many ding a pastel ''
and the attractively \ many lovely,gifts), were 9J1ene?,
cake and punch bowl 'at each end Lodge-No. 64. line was composed! 0 f principal useful,gifts,, ,(/ she wore white accessories: and a >t -

completed the central embellish- Sister Cooper of Rebecca Lodge Foster Shi Smith, Superintendent white rosebud corsage. and"'open-faced'sdndwighes with ocratofUtOC

ment. Seaside No. 6, St. Augustine, gavean Arthur; R. McRae, Miss Elsie Singing ConventionThe She had as her maid 'of honor r cake and:'punch' were:served 'to r e
Duncan, Sen lor,Class sponsor and Miss Silcox who wore a t Of
served Ruby
were by
Refreahmenta Rebecca- Bradford County Misses Colson
interesting talk on Singing Evelyn Margaret
officers of the Mrs. Paul
PTA, ac
Mrs. Ira Wilson, Mrs. Lester Kite xhlp. Bro. Myers, the D. D. G. Canova, Mrs. M. F. Brown and Convention will meet with the white eyelet dress, with.whibl!: Monteith, June Hall Jewel Purs-
and Misses Dorothy Johns, Evelyn Hellbronn Baptist Church Sunday, cessories. Her corsage was ley, Ovada Gaasett, Mary Powell!, .
Master of Florida, ,also gave an Mrs. C. J. Frazier. rosebuds.Mr. B LOVSNlelEr
and Caroline Colson. I r May 26, from 2 till IS o'clock. pink Dorothy Lappe, Bet tie Hayes
talk. Bro. Norman
interesting The next part of the receiving
The.glfts were arranged on an- Murserraa had as his best t Evelyn Newsome, Dorothy Johns,
Deasley and part jot his string line consisted of the Senior Class vases
centered with of buds.
rose Silcox.
other table and many games and man George and Mary Louise. Durshimer and
band furnished the music, and Lit- John )
officers; president Anderson, Other flowers
contests were enjoyed by the Nichols few were placed to ad- Miss Kldd wore for her mar- Mrs. Edwin St. John, 'and Mrs.
tle Margaret sang a vice-president, Robert Turner,
Mrs. W L. Andrews and vantage about the"spacious lounge.
guests. riage a pastel blue onepiecedren F. L. Durshimer.
popular numbers. Bro. Hodgins secretary, Bettle Hayes, and treasurer
Hostesses who to
Misses Edwards and helped verve Hecorsage
Carolyn with white accessories.
of No. 64 gave a reading, which Lila Rae Caldwell and the were Mrs. K. O. Duncan Mrs. ,T. rMethodist' _
Margaret ,
little -
Catherine Colson and of white rosebuds. >o
Prevatt gave piano solos was one of the best parts of the school supervisor, Mrs. T. H. T,. Long, Mrs.. A.,. W. ,Anderson. was Church t41
1 She' had as her maid of honor
program. Osborne. Mrs. -
-JVL. :Anderson, Mrs. Edward
during the evening. The D.D.G.P. of Home City en- The guests were directed to the Burns, Mrs., A. J. Thomas, and her sister, Miss Violet Kldd of "The Standard of Christian Ser-

After Miss Lappe'opened her campment, Gainesville, was pres- tea table by Mrs. W. B.- Sewell Mrs., J. G. Caldwell. Ocala, who wore a blue dress vice" will be the subject of the

many nice and useful gifts, re- ent with other brothers from and Mrs. J. O. Godwin. Pouringat Miss Doris Willard and Mrs W. with white accessories and a cor- Sunday morning sermon at the

freshments were served to about Gainesville. There were also: many; intervals during the afternoonwere J. Churchwell several sage of pink rosebuds. Methodist Church. The young
selections -
75 guests. visitors from St. Augustine and Mrs. D. A. Monteith and accompanied by Mrs L. Bishop Myrick served as best people meet at 6:45 o'clock and

other nearby, towns. Mrs. A. R. McRae. The tea table A. Canova>who also played sev- man for Mr. Parker. the Church School at 10 a. m.,, S

Baptist WM.U.: Met was covered with a white lace eral piano solos. After a brief wedding trip to with a class for every age. The' I 1"C

Tuesday At ChurchThe Winsome ClassThe cloth and centered with an arrangement Delicious sandwiches Individual several points -Interest In the Young Adult division has been I
reorganized and the classes
of stokesia, shasta cakes and nuts were served with state, Mr. and Mrs. Parker went fort
Kingsley Lake Circle was Winsome Class of the Bap- daisies and fern. Branched candelabra punch to members of the Senior to 'Orlando to make their home, men and women are proving very",

In charge of the program Tues- tist Church will meet at the homeof with white tapers. balanced Class, the Woman's Club and rel- where Mr. Parker Is employed at Interesting.The .

day when members of the Bap- Mrs. J. M. Davis next Friday, the central arrangement. atives and friends of the grad- the Air Base. Bible reading, Prayer and I
31 at 8 with Mrs. Fred Maple coffee tables were placedat uates who Praise service was, turned Into aBible'
tist WMIT held their monthly May p. m. were present for this i Mr. and Mrs. Mersereau are at PRICES INCLUDE
meeting in the church The program Ross and Mrs. JlmmUj.McMillenas each side of the- door and- were outstanding social event. home to their friends on Seventh be Quiz helpful last,week and and provedto PIDUAL TAX

topic was Africa and a let- hostesses. very interesting.
***, Street in Starke. "Know Your Bible" Is the' theme.
ter was read to' the group from Mrs. Mersereau, daughter of W. You will enjoy this program. GEM JEWEL
Louise and Morris Brantly, two Edwards-Williams
S. Parker of Starke, la a'grad- The Sunday evening service will
Baptist missionaries to Nigeria, .
: uate of B.H.S. and is an employeof feature''congregational singing' of Starke, Floridj
Africa. Mr. and .Mrs. John Albert Williams -
the county tax collector's of- familiar hymns. Come and en-
Mrs. L. D. Haines gave a re- of Jacksonville announcethe I v
fice here. | this hour.
port on the WMU convention held marriage of their daughter,

in Miami last week in connectionwith Dorothy Jean, to William A. Ed- Once more the wheel. of the Fleeting Flashes: B.., F. Geiger Mr Mersereau Is-Mersereau the son of of 4 __________u_ ____
Mr. and Mrs. T. A,
the Southern Baptist Con- wards, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. BUS mill turn 'round and outcome Is attending deisel
vention. M. Edwards of this) city. 60 (more or less .. depending school in Jax'vllle Melba Cox Starke and was recently discharged -
The president, Mrs. H. L. The ceremony was performed on those exams) grad- and daughters have joined after three years of service

Hough, conducted a short busi- Wednesday, May 1, In Georgia. uates, ready to tackle the big, Live Oak, having finally RalphIn man- the Army.: : 1.wt

ness meeting. There were about They are making their home In bad world and show It Just what's aged to wangle a house there Mrs. Parker is the daughter of

15! members present. Mrs. Haines Atlanta where Mr. Edwards Is what and who's who More Junior ThomasU of F) and Nina G. Frank Kidd of New Athens,

gave the' devotional on the Great connected with the governmental Power> to 'em, I say ,, .At least Bishop (Wesleyan) landed on Ohio, and was graduated from .
Commission. Surplus Property division. public schools there. I
they can't make any worse mess Call Street this week to spearhead -
of things than those who have the annual summer Influx of Mr. Parker is the son of W.. S.

gone; before them .- And who the collitch set Joe Martinezhad Parker and Is a member of this

knows there might be one a honey of a, black eye last year's graduating class! at B.H.S.
.DUE. among their number who will even week which he'casually tried to He was recently discharged after '
be able to smite down a John L. explain away with that time-worn three years of Naval Service.. +, 'r4r

We Will Be Lewis, if one arises In his time! alibi about bumping Into a door

Commencement exercises have Ros and Jack Williams have Piano Pupils

been very enjoyable this year, Call Street sand In their ,shoes '1

CLOSED INDEFINITELY thanks to the' school's.:recentlycquired and will return to Starke, to.set\ .Df Two Teachers

USO' building;. and you ,tie down and live ,happily ever Heard. Ii1r; cit ls.

.E ar4.lactually''ggt..V>;\ee:the graduate -, after ,, :...4I i It _.t .4ei
v < v I
.,.* ,
Without I __ Canova,
StamUng on someone Mrs. 1...' /I. presented e t t rrd
\Jv else's shoulders':'or peeping Hear' that Katty"Montelth sat her music 'pupils' in a recital at er ti
We will reopen when ''con' ,t. through the windows': from the down in the middle of the floor 8 o'clock: :'Friday''evening In the ,

ditions and fire escape; ashes been done in and wept when''she' discovered Baptist Church annex. The room 4 mar

improve supplies previous years 'in the old, outgrown I what those heartless and unknown was attractively decorated with S' 4e

4 ;, are again available. ':-';j' "IJ' : auditorium, f .. Intruders did at the Legion Hall bowls of stokesia and gladioli. tees y

ripping open all those, cartons Taking part on the program
offering.. the public of Thing got off to just the right of used clothing that she and Red presented were"Peggy Anna Wlg-

Starke and vicinity the same start with that excellent Band and had spent days sorting and packIng gins, who played a duet with Mrs. .

: 1 Glee Club concert Thursday nightof f Now they .gotta start Canova, and also a solo, Betty ,
.high quality products i as.al x' last week, and were climaxed saving cartons again and do the Anne Flynn, who played three selections : r 1:, :>:. .
.1 last with troublesome Job all over again Colson DlannaGiUen I
night graduation exerIses Kathryn .
"' ways. <\ of "which more details in The guy who snitches candy Ronald Andrews, Carolyn -

the next Band members lookedno from a baby isn't In It with the Edwards, Joan Tenly, Lex Green,,

end nifty in their spotless ones who did that little Job Jr., Dottie Sue Biggs, George -

white outfits, and the Glee Club Another one of those'scrumptious Canova, Jr., and Madge Brownlee,

girls: 'were easy on the ears and Junior Woman's Club dances) Is Guest players were Lou Green ,

LAPPEBAKERYELECT just as easy on the eyes In their scheduled for next Friday (May who played, "Birthday Party" and .

colorful: evening dresses v 31)) with Fran Peek, Bobble Cam- Margaret Hammonds of Lak

Majorettes Sharon Hall, Doris Ed- eron, and Freddie Wimberly work- City, who played a selection from

mondson and Kitty Judd stole the Ing overtime to get the tickets on "n Trovatore."
show of course. (at least for a sale I
At the clone of th+ recital, Mts Merchandi
few minutes) but then look whatan 1 .a Hard-to-get
uanovi, assured oy some +> innpupils
: ,- advantage they had,in those Did you know,we have a songwriter served punch and cake! to -
devastating uniform '. ;? K Hear all in our midst? None
the and friends of the
parents '
the Majorettes will have 'em by other than our own Yancy Wil- class. 'NOW AVAILABLE

next football season, and 1 freely liams whose lyric "Baby Can't ,

Paul D. BarnesJustice predict that attendance at games You Remember has been set to Mrs Will Edwards of Lawtey e. '

will be doubled and trebled If this music by Paul Lamkof Those presented her music pupils in a ,at

of Court comes to pass'. who've heard the, recording thatYancy' recital in the USO auditorium
Supreme (Group 2)
had made of it say 'tis Wednesday afternoon May 15: be-
Farm &
It simply wouldn't be graduation quite singable 0 He has hopesof fore an appreciative audience of Home

Thanks for your ; without a couple of marriagesto catching the ear,of some pub- relatives and friends.Arrangements .

: liven up the picture so 'this lisher and crashing, the gates of of stokesia and Supply Inc144 .
Tin Pan Alley Mae (Parker) ,
time its Dot Lappe and Lyle An- Shasta daisies In floor baskets
splendid supporton derson who first said they Intended Mersereau, back In the court- STREET
made the stage a pretty setting WEST CALL
1 to wait until Lyle did his house corridors this week after a for the young artists In their for- ,

,r May 7. Your stint In the Navy but seems wedding trip, says she had such a mal attire.
there's been some changes made bad cold the evening,of the cere-

and the date Is Saturday mony that she .could scarcely Pupils presented were Lou
-. vote will be greatly Green, Gayle Moore, Delyn Crews, Fishing Tackle
her least
Lyle's Navy papers say he'll be whisper vows 'f .At dCtl
Clair Jean Barbara 'Jean
v called Into service Immediatelyafter that's her story r'. It couldn't
appreciated on May 28 the 24th (Friday) so he'd have been nervousness, could It, Prevatt. Mary Julia Futch, Fay Automotive Chemicals

better hurry if he wants to report Mae? What am I going to Lawson, Mary Rivers Stubbins, ..
Jo Ann Smith, Delores Marshall, r a sr j j ffffrf r f jr f rf M-if
as a married man Next do for doughnuts) while the Lappe
Friday (the 31st) it'll be wedding family Is touring through Indiana, Margaret Rose Duncan, Mary Electric Toasters

bells for Bettle Hayes and John Illinois and Ohio during their en- Beth Lane Agnes Lawson, Ken-

QUALIFICATIONSFOR Hall Deas .. He was assistant forced vacation while flour and neth Tyus, Levy Canova, Edwin Electric
Marshall, Merilyn Crosby Grace Broilers
coach at BHS until a few months shortening are minus quantities? .
YOURCONSIDERATION ago when he resigned to accepta Crews, Martha Home Bettle .
;J. Hayes, Minnie Lou flaxen, Florence -
Job in West Florida -
s : Dr. Lloyd Jennings hung out his Brown, Dotty Sue Biggs, Truck, Tractor & Passenger Car
this week-at least, pupil! of Mrs. L. A. Canova who
News comes from South Florida shingle again'
S Born In Florida that Carr Colley (ex-Callstreeter) he did If he could find an extension was a guest piano player' Peggy :

Graduated from University of :Florida Law SchoolS has leased the Sheldon Hotel, located to hang It from < Quite Caldwell. Julia Lawson, Ads Edwards TIRES & TUBESBrake
Helen Whltfield Ona Dent-
World War I VeteranS directly on the beach at difficult. to get together the necessities ', ,

S yean, experience aa Circuit Court Judge la Florida Hollywood Carr was previ- these days for an opening orest. Barbara Moore; Jeanette Lining & Brake Sh<*

Supreme Court Experience: The Late Chief Justice Fred ously manager of the Tampa Terrace Mr*. )L. A. Hagen (Caudle's Priest. June Caldwell and' Alvin ,
Davis"called on Judge Barn. to help out In Supreme Court and baa been more recently mother) who worked so long asa

emergencies many times. Ills latest duty with the affiliated with the .Roney Plazaat dental assistant at Blanding, Margaret Rose Duncan gave ,a Many Other Items
(t Miami BeachHere's: wishing will be in the office And by Russian Dance, Florence Brown

Supreme Court warn la January of thin year. all good luck to him and wife the way, friends' 'are receiving .. and Ada Edwards gave a piano for th<$ -

Clovl., who Ls a graduate dietician graduation Invltat Ions from and accordion duet and Alvin
Choose the for
Court Jus-
man Supreme
your and will look after that end Caudle who's a senior at Blue 'I. Lewis gave an accordion solo. Farm Home '

tice whose .20-year record as Circuit Court of the business Hear that Mountain :Miss. ? Hear the Roy At the conclusion of the program ,

Dorothy Swanbom has decided to Johnsons plan to close out their Mrs. Edwards served punch and Auto S
Judge has made him outstanding for fearless
switch her career from office eatery soon and head for greene and cookies to those present.

service and unbiased and fair decisions. work farmeretting Her pastures Edgar Wilkinson Is STORE!

first project Is the acquisition ofa back in a Navy uniform and gets Ladies AuxiliaryThe Come in>and see our NEW

beautiful blonde Jersey cow 'hU mail in care of his ELECT PAUL D. BARNS named Rose Seems that Dor- the ,USS Wisconsin, out. Frisco Ladies Auxiliary of the We Appreciate YOUR patronage.

othy spent hours and hours buildIng way Presbyterian Church will meet Dealers-
Special Discount To
Rose a comfy stall completewith Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at !
Justice of.Supre e Court (Group 2)PollUcal floor only, to be informed And now let's call a trace till the borne of Mrs. T: N. Kendrick. '

that cows don't 1 Die"floors! next week So long See Mrs W. J. Chandler will! be in
( Adr. Paid, for by Friends' of Paul D. Barns)
< Oh well, I.bit,th\:IWM.apprecl- you then charge of the program. This is Guy Andrews Pres. & Mgr.

= stet the sentiment anyhow -carolyn. the social meeting. '


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;; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner. : ;
Ifs-f Miss Mary Faulkner and Mr. tLnd I Life Seouts.Awarded .

Mrs. E. C. Lewis were visiting In: : ... First
I Dade City over the weekend. Nelson I ERY$7t4ORNER New Merit BadgesBoy po. -- -l Voter. Should

guests of Mr. Miss Margaret Hammonds of I Faulkner went that far with Consider a Candidates,
afternoon Mr. Lake City was a recent Scout Troop 70 waa the
Canova were guest of I them on his way to his home In
Paul B. Canova and Mr. and Mrs. Hal Glllen and Lakeland after visiting in Ken. host Monday night to the New Qualifications

George daughter, Diane, on Kingsley tuc River
dren of Jacksonville. Lake. cy.SSgt. District Court of Honor. g Fred 'W.Bro"'D

Canova has moved and Mrs W. J. Carson I Iii W. N. North, presiding officer, 4 .
E. E KlngBley Lake for Miss Mary Faulkner of Crab and son. Frank left this week for
presented Life Scout Billy Smith
? her guests. Orchard. Ky., is a guest of her their home in r e 4
11rmand; bas as Pittsburg. Pa. MM. and Life t'c
brother and Scout Gerald Boelter
sister-in-law Mr. and Ilotf Da
George. Carson will
L.fatten and son. Mrs., Paul Faulkner and Mr; and Miss Jewell Gassett.be remembered as You Make a with Merit 'Badges In plumbing. "' Pnellrhg .tarae** ......
nville, # Florida auto a a d a.- .p.et
H. Carden Mrs. George Jordan. Suiunge toll? Officials present were T. A. .
Van The Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall -t A.a..U//ear lilt yeetrs less.e
d In Dawjiis f Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright Rowand district field t lallsrel d Hall ..* Mtev t 4.M
weekend wire L L. Conner Mrs. Lucian executive, ... .
recent Mr.B. were in Tallahassee last week-end ?, Isllon eve M ye.ra .,
with parents, Conner of Starke and John Hal Fred Guy, Troop Committee fommlioilnaFr Klorlda ...-....
i to bring home their aI z .
I daughter 9 .. .
B- Carden. > Mary. Katherine, who has of Macon, Ga., spent last week I Chairman, and E. T. Shull, Scout- b tk* _a. wl'lI year esp.rlesjrj *MMs _
; spent visiting in Miami master. ...... aellKr .
and Fort Pierce. >r
the: 10 :
HollYwood, FJa. past: days with Mr, and
M.. Wainwright. there.. Mrs. Richard Kessler spent for Florida State
'Sheldon lMrs..W.I Hugh Pyle and children; some time recently with relativein Friends of little John Adams, 1 t Railroad ,Commissioner

del !Barbara,,.nd .Lucille, of Groveland St. Augustine. Mr. Kessler received son of Dr. and'Mrs. H. H. Adams 1.ROI'P.ONE>,

THE BEACH I[ were guests' ev ral''cays' this; his army discharge las I will regret to learn that he Is a FRED W. BROWN Vesjr V*/e sad Marsort Win t.
AT week. Mrs. Kessler III the fcrmer I 4)e (In A vre..la I week' of; the.Rev. and Mrs. L.'D.: ht .patient St. Vincent's Hospital *
TERRACE Haines: Mary Mersereau. Jacksonville where he underwent I raid PolItical Adv.)

AN I Miss 'Helen Jones is spending I' Mrs. H. C. Richard of Palatka :I an appendix operation Wednesday

DINING ROOM several weeks in St. Petersburg' and Miss Marjorie Milliard of; night.

Uoatlng Tennis with her sister, Mrs.. H. .B. Ed Oakland Calif., were Sunday; J Mrs. W. M. Wimberly spent the V
leg Sea Fishing monds. guests of Mrs. S. L. Peek and! Spread 2 pounds bulk pork weekend with Mr. Wimberly at
If I j peep I family. epa Mirectangle on sheet West Lake Wales.
SPECIAL: Guaranteed permanent of wax :' bread..
rial Summer Rates wave $3 at Leila's Beauty Misses June' Patel and Helen crumbs 3 tablespoons chopped Mr. and Mrs. Joe Devlin of
Carr Coll-y., Mgr. I Salon. Rowland left last night following '2 onion 2 tablespoons chopped celery,' Gainesville were weekend guests NOTICE
teaspoons salt H
graduation exercises for a few 3 teaspoon pepp< of Mrs. Devlin's mother Mrs. .
tablespoons drippings and liqUid,
-." days in Daytona. to moisten slightly. Spread on meal., Bernice- Opperman.
Among those attending the
Southern Baptist Convention In 1.1" r.r vr rr In keeping with the practice of the

0 Miami from Monday through Saturday ;, "r"1 Bride's Silver majority of the business firms located
last week were the Rev. >\

and Mrs. L. D. Haines Rev. S. E. ,. Selected Pattern in Starke, beginning June 6,

1 Sparks Rev. Woodrow Flynn and .,. -.0,(,
Rev. L. G. Hemingway. 1916, our bank will close at noon

Sunday guests of Mrs. Effli Wedding Presents
until further notice.
Johns were her nephew and niece, Thursdays
and Shower Gifts
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Gross of Jacksonville -

lsr her son and daughter-
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Mrs. J. M. Mitchell FLORIDA BANK at STARKE
PREMIUM ON HER.ACCIDENT Johns of Lake City and another

POLICY,A WOMAN WAS KNOCKED nephew and niece, Mr. 'and Mrs. Lift ona side of wax paper and 302 W. Madison St. I.

DOWN BY A BICYCLE M. Carter of Lawtey. roll meat and stuffing like jelly roll Starke, Fla.'
COLLECTED FOIL MEDicAL Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller left Press edges together; place roll crack
1 in shallow baking pan. ,11, ., 14
EXPENSES. 1 Saturday for some time in Miami

after being associated with the

1 Shafkln Military Supply Store for

the past several years here.

SPECIAL: Guaranteed permanent Read You Should Elect I
Salon. wave $5 at Leila's Beauty --- Why .

A Nick Alexander spent Wednes- I
TOTAL OF 1259 POST_ day and Thursday of last weekIn W. RALEIGH :

MEN WERE BITTEN BY Jacksonville where, he attended

/ DOGS LAST YEAR: a banquet given for the benefit of

the Greek Relief Fund. Yn PETTEWAYJUSTICE

Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Lappe and

family leave soon for a vacation I Bake sausage-and-stufflng roll.\mrovered. .
drive through Missouri Illinois,, In moderate oven (350'''.)
P Indiana and Iowa where they for 43 minutes or until done. Cut In
slices '% to 1 Inch thick. Serve with
I will visit relatives. ravy.; If.desired of, theSupreme
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. /

"\ Hutchings for several days last Mr. and Mrs. M. C Mayhug

EVES WHO BROKE INTO week were Mr. Hutchings' nephewand have as their guest Mrs. May Court

1 AWAY niece Mr. and Mrs. Robersonand hugh's mother, Mr. Lottie Seward f, 1 .

WATCHDOG WITH also Mr. McCrory all of Dupo,, of Arcadia. She will be
1 111. They were on their way to here for several weeks. t .
tilt OTHER. LOOT. J Key West after a. tour of other L. W. Koch: returned from Aiadla (GROUP TWO)

+u points of Interest. the States.A. : Tuesday night where he

W. Anderson. Jr.. left Tues- had been for several days.. Mn. .following is an excerpt from ana

+ 11 day for Philadelphia. Pa., wherehe Koch and guests, Mr. and
t will enjoy, a visit with his Mrs. L. H. Nude of Indianapolis. editorial, in the Miami Herald of

H..C. Wall Agency uncle and aaat.., Mr. and Mrs. Ind. remained for a longer visit.

John W:. Mullin. and his brother- Cr. and Mrs: Noble will spend a ., May 16: \ '

in-law and sister. -Mr. andjMrs.Edward week here with Mr. and Mn. ,-S

Constant Service Over 50 Years J. Schwab.Mr. Koch before going on. to their

and Mrs. Fred Ross are lome.
Please Phone 146CLASSIFIED spending some time visiting. relatives Miss Lois Newsome of Atlanta, "The Herald Is convinced that Judge Petteway embodies the qualifica

in Arkansas. Ca is ipendlng two weeks wit tions requisite for the proper and full discharge of the great responsibilities

Comer Peek Perryman, son of her parents and with friends hen. of the state's high tribunaL Judge Petteway is learned in his profession -

Judge and Mrs. E. K. Perryman, Mrs. L. C. Smith of Wald lie has had extensive judicial experience. For twelve years

received his navy discharge last visited In Starke Wednesday and he was judge of the Criminal Court and five of the Juvenile Court of

[ week and is at the home of his Is going to Daytona Beach thi. Ilillsborough County. lie is known throughout all Florida for his civic
weekend to visit her son and
parents. professional standards and his, unimpeachable privateconduct"
activities high
Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. I..
arrived laughter-ln-law,
fouB : am Miss Nina Bishop
FARM CITY AND WANTEI> -Any employment ,
MS PROPERTY typist;; have own car; will acv from Wesleyan College in C:. Smith Jr. !: '"
cept day labor, Ant student aUniversity the Mrs. D. B. White of Fernandln:
of Florida; will workfull Macon, Ga., to spend summer
time from 28th to 11th of with her father,. H. A. Bishop I I. spending some time with her
James June thereafter E. Stearns from%IP Bradford. m. on I and family. lother, Mrs. Cella I. Manassa anther (Paid for by Bradford County Friends of Judge Petteway)

STROUT CELLS REAL County Telesxaph. lit Mrs. Rene' Garcia, who has relatives.
Etketeef STAT Route Two for Mr. and Mrs. James Maye
been living on
*r lMr of sm- FOR. SALE-Tomato and Pepper
of home T plant.. fs per thousand. Jordan'i several years moved last week rill leave Saturday for Banana
al -
F-nrnis Hotel Court. UpI back to her former home In Liver where he has accepted i a
V?"'"" her all TOT tae I
t FOR RENT-Two 2-room furnlMhed Tampa. position,
iTROUT REALTY AGENCY'fewnted apartment, good location rtjimnabT Mrs. W. J. Chandler Mrs. Annie Mrs. L. C. Ray of Lake Wale
Locally By all utilities Automatic furnished. Inquire al Lou Godwin and their guests, Is i a guest this week of her ,sis Universal Vacuum Clean- Marsh Kitchen Cabinets

C. HOLLINGSWORTH Coca-Cola plant. tl tfr. and Mrs. H. B. Montgomeryof srs-ln-law, Mrs. J. W. White and '

116 So. Walnut St. 'FOR BALE One Bear Super- Griffin, Ga., spent Tuesday at Misses Olive and Amelia Ray.
II hatcher. '1100 capacity automatic Law. Jacksonville Beach. Miss Sara Barefoot spent threekend < ers --- 64.95'With 52.75
Call at
electric Incubator. Perkins 'went to with friends at Pomano. .
ESSES of all kind reno- on'* Market. 200 Washington St. Mrs. W H. *"
i":I/urnlturs/ upholstered and lipWANTEDListings Lakeland last week to visit her ) attachments
'I'ISG8 Drop u. a card. Lake Mrs. R. B. Trask and Miss Patsy Green of Lake Butler A Real Step-saver For Th
MATTRESS on prop laughter,
CO. E'os
P'atka! Fla tfOM'IIES erty In this vicinity. Have N.several D.Walnwrlaht. -. family. She will be there ,two is spending this week herewith for many cleaning, purposes Kitchen
prospective Mr. and
Jr.. 131 E. Call St. or> three weeks. her grandparents You Can Also Paint Furniture
ANTS FLIES or S-IH 21 in L. D. Green. Small Down PaymentSOLID '
In.J?" Uee our Aerosol Bills _Phone 154. Earl B. Searing Is working Mrs. With It ..
/hi" In not the ker..ene WANTED-Couple to operate tour- Jacksonville at present where he Com and be fitted In a beau and Easy Terms'Breakfast .
|sine l l :a"t. for week.. -Auto tfN 1st attractive proposition i: Is connected with the Ajax Advertising Iful Splrrlla garment for spring OAK
'f'n; ; CarlJohn
must references. He spends the weekends nd summer.-'Mrs. Frank Hoover,
S-H 21 Co.
Starke, Fla. .
COT'TON R A** 0 wanted here with his family. torsetlere, Starke. 4-12 Stp|
lotluttonan > or overalls. Re. bungalow unfurnished Room Suits
FOR RENT- Mrs. Warren E. Perkins Whatnot Stands
f n"n. 7 per lb.-Br*ad- close In. Desirable lo Mr. and
Bounty Telegraph.. tfALIN.IlIf cation. Apply Mrs. T. W. Oliver, and Mrs. Earl B. Searing and "
191 Lafayett.ilL/ Adults only. children were in Jacksonville Sat- White & Enamel Finish
'.. In bulk two sax
..l.iiii f1""r lamp marine plvtail urday. r INSURE Red Leatherette Chairs
iLki'. ''P""* Picnic bench FOR SALE:-Small house and four Friends will be Interested to 12.95
land. Electricity
mblned uncleared
*ur- acres of
.property J. .ale| camp Blan- I available. Clear deed. know that Miss Alta Smith form-
Maurice Edward. tip I Make me an offer. ,Located Killarney.Fla. at. erly of Graham, was discharged CANNING 61.25. SIX
.. Oraham. Olin Uraves 11 In
R RENT I'P on May
'P-oood OR SHARE from the Spars
.... rrop-growing. Can Ga. after a year of
Savannah s
.Ion' and 4 SUCCESS
nPO at one. flood FOR SALE-Kitchen table Is visiting ChifferobesSiELVES
pj jt Judd Starke gla. tf chairs, like new;; also furniture service. At present she
feMT0k) crates. H. M. Shirley. Mm. Bertha her brother and sister-in-law,
St Mahogany
RENT-4 or t roam Pearce'i subdivision on South
P'. to Mrs.'. u t o* town.apartment S-24 2tp Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith Jr. 5 DRAWERS HAT BOX
?. F' Pracllt. % .
rt5 P14C 0 u n t r Telegraph ltpTFurnished FOR SALE : Daytona.A.. Z. Adklns Jr.. Mrs. A. Z. Large Space to Hang Clothing Finish .."f

6O acre frm.30 em In <<-uitlv V.dklrs.. and Mrs. M. F. Brown Walnut Finish
:. .. tloa, balance timber and children. Marcus and Flor-
1 -Ivats entr."" ... Cor- tuna and [v Mirror Beautifully '.
1, O.Grand 1. and Washington pasture two houses :with ence.; will go to Jacksonville Full Length

... 00041.. ,-l7 etpbillfolds .*. Within three miles Beach Saturday to spend next +. Constructed
ontainin of Starke on Graded road<< Just week. 45.00 ,r
Ideeuii a- aJe.t' .
:f.PaUI Hawkin.gWal4o off highway. FOr quick Mr. and Mrs. Harry Anthony
r. to ha. Include 1 M Beaver
tinder $XOOO will and Mrs.
: I tp and Mr.
SALI I : Used Florence oil acre' fine strawberry and risers other, spent last week fishing and swimming One Maple' Youth Bed We Buy

L thewe with 12 acre good corn at Crystal Lake. USE and Sell

Bradford County_ tf crop, mule wagon and farmIng Miss Violet with Kldd friends of Ocala here spent recentlyy Slightly Used Neva Wet Mattress
Implcmenta several days GOODUsed
'Vale. .
....ut a eyeiserer with plllll N. D.\VA1NWKIGHT. JR. and served as maid of Metal Springs
return knewSpaperiaoh Bertotered Biker honor at the marriage of her s&-&

tp Ml E. Call 8t. Starke. FJa. er. Vera to Bill Parker. 49.95
rj : Biggs of Ft. Bragg. FurnitureOriginal
now ready ford CpU
,irQ ".' truck. body' MUST DISPOSE of fine pressurecooker electric N. C. Is spending a furlough with Price 69M

'tltoe1ng.trailer. act bGdl.., and range new bOil linoleum eprlns.ru. cheat his wife and daughter, Barbara JARS
your plow. table
.d'ikamallold.1Ip. Located Oft county Pratt.. jail.6.74 8t.._I of flower drawers baskets antique, studio library couch... AP- Sue, here.Sara Terry of Rome. Ga. CAPS LIDS IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

,' & atp plyhNollmali. 01erW. 3iadl.on.UP recently Miss spent a few days with RUBBERS John H. Denmark Furniture Co.'
.*; -EI."trle vlctrola with Stark.. cousins Mr. and Mm. J, I.. "A..W..I-.ioftel.
>n. \IUI tube. NlteOw her
....0, Jr..m.fl$:ir- A. W. at giveaway Temple prlfe Ave.Hick William Anderson lie B.B Bl... Book. T. get.y..sr espy PHONE 151 STARKE FLA..
I\R-T > Bt. Itp McP.ak out 5.IT ftp SPECIAL: o..r-t.-d p e r- rod IIIot wid.jest ea..5.4.ddnw.till .-

PLANTS for .. naacnt wave *3 at IclU's Beauty"
rowboat by 'MT. muntit. .W.
I. twli n..ecr sbyRriyh.1T...". DESIRE month TO Klny RENT..ler LakeWrite UP laloa. ItQTHIlH .

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were bombed, shelled and destroyed tators. The _enemy is defeated. Globe Girdler Mr. Ferguson stated ,that 'th I' and opened the latter

Dyer Stresses ; how millions were displaced,, If we are now to win the peace, profits are divided, three ways,. spring semester

were serving In forced labor this country must see to It that with :50 percent going to the Future students with m

Famine CrisisCounty camps or were fighting the en- aa many as possible are 'saved Farmers for shop equipment, I drinks, milk, aDd land
emy, with no opportunity to till from starvation, and are tided percent! for general school pus: plies The + cl

the crops. over until their health is regainedand poses and 25! percent to sup.1 by the schoolho'. J

Agent L. T. Dyer secre- "There Is another factor," Mr. their fields harvested. If, plies for the home economics de department Miss 1IUlie

tary'of the local USDA Council Dyer continued. "Through the through neglect, indifference, or ,. partment.The "j has been sales manager
| while
expressed belief yesterday that S the FF
there la war years, the rank and file of inefficiency we fall in this, and store, built by FFA boy s I sponslble A. hw 81
a growing realization the people abroad never had V {Ir'i' for the
when the death toll becomes ... .. storey
among Bradford families of the enough to eat. The Axis sapped apparent ---- - ,_ .. --
magnitude of the famine abroad, such food supply as remained. our nation will carry a Y A fy IN --

and of the efforts this country Whole nations are now suffering burden on Its conscience that will First.
must make If countless deaths by from a declining physical condi- be hard,to erase. Presbyterian CM(
neglect and starvation are to be tion which only hastens the marchof
"The Is shared
averted. hunger. And added to this In responsibility STARKE, FLORIDA
"When word of the danger was parts of Asia, is the occurrenceof alike by the wheat farmer, by the
1 first heard" Mr.. Dyer said, "a I one' of the worst drouths in government which must and will -
great many people doubted the I history. Again, in many regions, find means to speed up shipments, Rev. Frank J. Bryson, D. D. Supply
true extent of the Asiatic and where food might have been sup- and by the consumer, who must Past
European food shortage. The plied, plantings were deliberately resolutely bring himself to useless Pastor Emeritus
cause of the famine was questioned limited or destroyed so they bread and fats, so that they, y Sp Second
1 and a few were so callous as would not fall Into the hands of. will be diverted from ordinary Presbyterian Church, Pittsburg, PI,
channels and become increasingly .
to regard actual starvation the the enemy *
I 'just deserts' of the men, women, "That such a situation would available to those who need it to Hear His
live. It is not too much to ask." Timely Discussion of the
and children Involved. It was arise as a result of the greatestof Theme
somehow assumed that even. victims all wars should be the logical Speaking apart from his functions "Wh t Is Wrong 'With
who are numbered amongour conclusion of anyone. But whether as secretary of the county The Church?

Allies, such: as the Chinese, a person draws' such a conclusion USDA Council, Mr. Dyer referredto At -_
the Greeks, and the East Indians, or not, the facts of the famine & number of relief agencies, i '
either caused* the war which Its spread and extent, are some of whom were Earned on L SNot GOOD MUSIC HEARTY WELCOMl
brought the famine, or are hun- available to anyone who cares to page 17 in the May 13th Issue of *
gry because they refused to pro- see them. Time magazine. These organizations a bat like monster from another planet but a"super-modern: air- I Come and Swell The Crowd

duce the food."People .- "As for 'the sufferers In nations I which will accept financial plane Is tbe Northrop Flying Wine shown above a* pictured In the May -, -. ",-" 'n -. -... -. __._.....___
are now beginning to who were our enemy, this coun- contributions in any amount, or Issue of Science Illustrated, new science magulne. Closest approach yet
think the thing through," be said. try,cannot shirk its obligation as donations of canned foodstuffs, to an aeronautical. engineer dream--* ..dra'le.." plane-the Flying
"Some perhaps forgot, too quickly fellowmen of countless children Included: Wine I* capable of non-stop flight around the world. ..,
the nature of a conflict that and millions of the common people Cooperative for American Re- Free Flight ,InstructionSOLO
was being fought a ,year ago, who were no more responsible for mittances to Europe, 50 BroadSt.
that raged through ,virtually all the war than you or I, and who ., New York 4,' N. T.; Famine Parents. Urged To Have Children Immunized ( )
borders except those of our own now fall dead for lack of food Relief Collection Drive (Henry
Against ,Free Shots
I Diphtheria At ClinicIn
continent; how .homes. and fields because ,of the ambitions of die- Wallace, Chairman) UNRRA, 100 ; With Each Purchase of a

Maiden Lane, New York 7, N. Y.; view of an appeal from the "So long as people do not avail
American Friends Service Committee
State Board of Health to parentsto I themselves of the protection against -
20 South 12th St.. Philadelphia .
7, Pa.; United China Re- be more alert to the importance -. diphtheria, the disease may NeW'. Piper Cub
JUST A SUGGESTION lief, 1790 Broadway New York of 'Immunization against easily appear in epidemic form. ,
OF DIST. 2 BRADFORD CO. Fortunately, Florida has had no w '
FOR THE 17, N. Y. diphtheria, Dr. A. Y. Covlngton, .
TO SLEEP ON,FOR TIlE NEXT FEW DAYS director'of the 'Bradford County serious epidemic !In recent years, V, .(Down Payment $66:>)
but It Is unless children
possible .
Full Train Service Health Dept.; this week reminded'I' are given the necessary protec .
Being a resident and voter in Bradford County,

and living in a rural section, I know, as do all pea Resumed FollowingCoal gainst the public diphtheria that as well as typhoid a-- tion.The immunization Select: The' Leader .
ple living in rural sections what it is. to have to Strike TruceThree first against
whooping cough, smallpoxand diphtheria should be given before World's Safest Trai I
travel graded roads, when they are not kept up. tetanus may be obtained locally an infant has reached the age of
I have these roads in bad shape and S.AL. passenger trains free of
seen very charge, for all chil one year. It is then advisable to
have these bad conditions remed suspended I May 6th and 8th.were dren.
done to
nothing give the child a "booster shot" I
See The New
hasn't placed back on schedule and normal These Immunization services Cub Now On DisplaCONWAY
ied. I do know that the county adequate are about the time of entering school
equipment to work all Districts at the same time, post office service was resumed available on the first and third and again around the 9th or 10th 1
last week with the an-
and I do know' that under your present Commis- Wednesday afternoon of each birthday. If all children are Immunized AIRPAR1
nouncement of truce in the
a '
month from 1 p. m. to 3 p.' mI ta this
sioner that the roads of District Two have been UMW coal strike. The railway according plan,
and from
kept in very, very good shape under the condi- company had withdrawn runs of 9 a. every m. until 12 noon, Dr. Coving-' diphtheria will disappear CONWAY. LIBBY
tions I first stated above. Air. Crawford -personally the Palmland, Sun Queen and No. ton stated. .
I know very little of, but I do know that he 427.28 as a means of meeting the The State Board points out that I, FFA School Store AUTHORIZED CUB DEALERSy.A'a

is working and fighting all the time for more fuel l ohortage, and the post office no child need have diphtheria, and Profitable VentureWith --
equipment so that he can take better care of his department had, insttt ute d restrictions if Immunization measures which
District.. Now, voters of District Two, do you on the weight of parcel are available to ALL are carried I the close of the

want your roads' kept up or not? Think the mat post shipments.The out, diphtheria may be prevented' school term at hand, the Future .
ter over. truce between soft coal completely. Farmers of America are this
miners and 'operators ended, at "Failure to 'control this diseaseIs month winding up a successful o'je M_
-A. C: Griffiths. least temporarily, a: strike which due to lack of continued effortIn term's operation of the BHS .x
had arisen. over a contract altercation carrying; out accepted preven- Store, Vocational Director V. R.
which had threatened, U. S. tive measures," the Board stated. Ferguson announced yesterday.
economy as had perhaps no other -
IIIIIUlI1Ijjj..lIiIlnllIIII'"I."IWI.IllIIi., 1 "''IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUlIlIlllIlllIllllllliIlIIllUIIlIIlllWUIl, UlIUIllIlIWIiiIUIIWIIIU'WIIIIII' 111111I111I labor dispute In recent years., Set .'e a A.." .,..;.... .
for two weeks''duration to smooth >It. .

:: GARBAGE CANS the way in negotiations,the truce
GALVANIZED nevertheless \ From where I sit_. Jy Joe Marsh
proceedings' appeared : t )
1.45 headed into another impasa Wed
/' nesday with the operators' rejection -
of Labor Chief John L. r
: )44-2' NO-METALIC Lewis' term for a union welfare Thad Phipps? and
fund. The Lewis proposal would
(ROMAX) require a seven per cent levy on the Garden Party

gross payrolls,' which would provide # 4 Picture This Day For Those Who C
Sheathing Cable approximately a $70,000,000 Thad Phippa'wife finally cot him And then Thad sees that half the
annual welfare fund for the union to the Ladies Flower Club lvn ladies there are sipping beer, as,, That boy friend miles away and so
250 Ft. Coils 9.50 members. The chief point of con those who've chosen lemon-
Festival and Garden Party. we11a. lonely-loving relatives and friends,
tract disagreement lay between ade and cider, and he mutters: "I all want your graduation day photo
:At first Thad was'mighty uncomfortable -
what Lewis said essential for "
protection against the miners' occupational in his,Sunday best; reckon it's a ladies' drink,too. graph. You too will cherish it al

AX HANDLES NO-MORE-MOTH hazards, and which the snaking polite conversation with From where I sit more and more ways, when taken by our talented

operators said was excessive. the ladies, nibbling on watercress people are realizing,like Thai that photographers.CONGRATULATIONS.,
50c & 75c 85c pint Meanwhile the harassed 79th sandwiches. Until Milly Hantell beer doesn't belong to any special
Congress is considering action for comes) up with a tray of ice-cold: group or occasion-It's a wholesome
the proposed strike control legis beer in frosty glasses.'I American beverage that belongs To The Faculty and Students
latlon. Lewis has agreed not to '* wherever folks enjoj (Opd
Padded Ironing Boards suppose. say Mllly slyly,
call another strike before May you'll think lle r'. a sissy. drink.** taste and moderation. Commercial & '''Portrait Photography
3.00. 25th. "Sissy. drink!*> say Thad emphati ,
---r-- Stand-up Type -
cally. Jast because: If* mild and

KNEW typewriters.REMIN G TON$57.77.PORTABLE (Includes -- moderate Beer's a MUM'S doesn't drink'make!" it sissy 8ceI Hollywood Camera & Gift Sho

Old English Paste Wax_ tax).' = Bradford County J.'R. BULLINGTON R. L. TEUTO

Telegraph I Copyright, 1946 paned safe,tfrewsrs Fossdai.ee
1-lb. can 59c



...;;:t .

hi*dread oi/menf i* wets.ghost 1'-'
"Aon**maid'.Jbie".It come .; .

from gtntehing under beds,around r-
Why sobs and JbeAind chair.trying to

plug in you electric.lamp, radio

Enjoy the results of first fe t.1' i "" and other appUanc !t'. easily 1 _

cum All you do i* to consult
,_ class repair work on your'

\.: .. your eJecirfcfan.. H'U -prtscrib
watch, clock jewelry "adequate wiring"'. noagh" .e/tcfrfc oat/ete and' In.

and optical needs i? : right kind of wiring for all A. MW jnodem-agr con- .

bat 'doctor la the world for a
: We are here to serve you r.ni.ntw.
bad COM 01
..4 in this capacity as well i. 5'/
l '< '." .. .
fc >: ..><
as your headquarters for \4'

gifts diamonds and watches., -: PO11j1.GllT
',' .' FLORIDA '-5.--. S

r .' #, ,

Harley F. StrongCAMP :, -. .,14i'. ," lint .

:"tr.,1.- ":; .
''; ,,' -'' ::;;:" ..
BLAND1NG JEWELER SINCE 1911 '..rlcl.., r' \ 'r' ', : .
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(Formerly The Stag) : : a:t :\ ;

PHONE; 153 .

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I e 5 rllle. for several days. Fine Collection Of Early Periodicals Bryant doesn't quite reach our I destruction last year, was accounted \ ed.was approximately double that
Mra.- ertrudi Levitt of St. Augustine -
Contained In county but comes close, with a for in the contemporary"Portrait of March and should be tripled)
is a guest this week of Library Of Lawtey HomeBy Gallery of Eminent
description of tha St.: :Johns and again by the first of July.
Mr. and Mrs., Claude L. May. Bin Duncan Men and Women" (1873)): The county's busy season In
Among other volumes that Ocklawaha rivers "Among the
bL U. Sweeney Mr. and Mrs. Van and an astute statesman whose career cattle annually begins early In
e a Douberly One of the I came to the Hill's from their especial resorts for Invalids' ", It
a most par- and extends the
i. s e Interesting collections has so vastly aggrandized April through
to visit relatives
Choir with children Sunday of early books and perIodicals ents, who Iked to read", and stated "is Green Cove Springs his country an opponent of latter part of September.
nz people's In Dundee. In the through gifts and near Magnolia famous for cur-
Mrs. Fred state and In all are liberalism placing himself on the
a and swim-I Mr. and Mrs. Percy Griffin of likelihood the finest private library -I "Lalla Rookh" by Thomas ing rheumattemHibernia.at extreme right or conservative IM rtnrurr count JlnADPOAD
a picnic' and Jacksonville have been recent of Its kind In Bradford Moore (1845), the works of Han- the mouth of Black Creek "Pilat- side and advocating in tha strongest COUNTY. FE.OUIDAI IN CHAN

K at Juniper Springs County was last week discoveredby nah Moore (1843), one of the ear- ka" and PlcoUta are mentioned. terms the pretensions! of the Dorothy VICRY. Kelly Mar, Plaintiff. vu.I.e.ll. .
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
y guests this liest Lincoln There are pictures of the Bar DefendantCa... No.
reporter in the home of biographies ((1866)), royal prerogative. Following a
ay.tt of the First Griffin.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis volumes of Whittier (1850) of Light House at the mouth of the 477RDBR
pastor H. Hill of and speech he was "assailed as a reactionary OF PUBLICATIONANI
announced) and Mra. Fred Dodd of St. Johns "a Florida de-
urch has i Lawtey. Here are some 700 volumes Longfellow (1872). the Life of ; Swamp" with ideas from the NOTICE! TO APPEAR
for then Mldlakea were Sunday guests of pleting a shadowy entwining STATIC OP FloRIDA tot: L.f>ill*
Washington (1860). Plutarch's
subjects containing such dark
I rare works ages. May realdnc last Box P.
sunday, May 26. For Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Johns. I as "Trlstam Shandy" by Law Lives of the most Selected and III mass of long-necked birds vines, Perhaps the most valuable M. H..w.rl'.nt: Oa.
wlU A number of at- snakes turtles alligators a Tou are required to appear on
and ;
topic Hamptonltes
Warship the rence Sterne published in 1781; a I lustrious Characters of Antiquity from the standpoint of a popular Juno 17th. U48. In the above named
eated or Evolved 1" tended the Baccalaureate service "Scholar's Spelling Assistant" (1853)), the Goodrich Natural His river steamer "ascending the record of Its times, is the collec- Court and: rau.e,. whorrtn plaintiff
will beg and commencement exercises of Ocklawaha at night" and of a Seeks divorce. n r a d ford County
fling message 1839; a Life of Christ 1833; bound tory ,(1861)), the profu ely-Illus- tion of Harper's weeklies In the .I. this Order
Block or Lighthouse, BBS this week. Miss Ethel Mae volumes of Scrlbner'a and Century trated "Art-Journal" from the mall box on a cypress tree in the 1870's. The publication was In newt Pr..u.rhett: I\\leauee,
river from which a boat is departing 'Vttn.... my hand and officialat
Is the from
Curling only graduate
A rssanrfClark magazines up into the 80's and London of 1860 and Harper'aI "A Post Officeon something of a counterpart of Stark, Florida, this May U.OFFICIAL .
'cel Hampton. the Evergreen magazine of 1840. I monthly from 1850. captioned modern picture magazines with 1$44.
returned the Ocklawaha. ( SEAL) A..1. ThomasAs
ieda has Of particular interest locally la The '"Trlstam Shandy," by tine-drawn engravings serving, Clerk of laid Court -
the the fashion notes of
confined to i Typical of with astonishing In Zach K. Dousla*, Ualnvlll. Fla.
being Sterns, is contained in valuableset accuracy.
r a tattered copy of the Telegraph, a .
Gaines the day at least in some localities Atty. for PIt. S-IT 4t -T
panty Hospital. ". LOST 52 Lbs.! then the "Weekly Florida Tele of the "Novelist's Library." la that found In Arthur's place of present-day photographs. ,

WCAP SIZE: 14 AttAIN" graph" dated October 11, 1884. Sterne an English author! dedi- Home Magazine (New York) for

.... C.O. WCtlS.A.rbt.rd FT.WORTH H.,.+ The masthead shows the editor cated the volume to ""the Right September, 1884: "Lace dresaesare Increase ShownIn ITCH
Von Ion pound and to be William W. Moore and the Honourable Mr. Pitt thus: "I
may have the most elegant for the Cattle Marketed
.. ..
urn aloiHtftr ( lSenidaa Sir that will
RANGEJUI No drum No'T..a..., price $2.00 per annum," whichIs hereby beg. you deml-season. The foundation Is
Eat meat, potatoes .raw. but_. honour this worlt it .
Theeiiparlflncaof Mrs Walla atay the same as today and suggests by taking .1 I black or colored satin; before the Movement of Bradford beef cat- Are you tormented with.. Mohlne ofoxniu.
or m."not ba dlffammt than ""' ... Into the country with you, where pnorlaa-lH tint aid'
that the .pr"o.nh:
changing times has skirt arranged Innumerable tle to market picked rapidly rectal I .
but..Ay try tha AVDS are up athl t* foot "
C E C.rMlv>.-p::: Loot: ml thew n.lt.. not noticeably Jarred the subscription If it has beguiled you of one flounces of Inexpensive lace black during April with the Increased Ing. or other externally c.u..d akin
In clinical teats conducted bymadlcal ,, moment's pain I shall think attttetion.t Kor nulok' relief and
rate of the Telegraph. News my- the waist is of accord- ,
doctor* mom thin leeperaona and white and upon supply grazing grass good reatilt uae VICTORY OINT-
overage la lost.. few.to week lpo undo with was apparently down to a minimum self as happy as a minister of draped black or white net edgedat Ing to K. J.: Dowllng Jr., Statemarks MENT. Developed for the boy. In
resh Daily! the ModuelB AVDS Pla Vltanla.. Goody with this issue, but there la state. the neck and aleevt'\o with the and brands Inspector. the back Army home.now White offered sreaeeleee to the ,folks antlneptlo. "
an abundance of scarcely dull advertising Outstanding examples of theleatherbinder's same lace as that forming the Dowling said that 482 head Safe for Imbln or chil
with ihU Avtla Plan you don't CM dren. A nitm you can't forget
loz. cup -- .10 out any tneala. etarehee.\ .ootatoea.vteata on the front page as I art on these flounces. The dress Is further were butchered or shipped on the I VICTORY OINTMENT-th* finest.
__ .__ .20 .m'tbr..tupte sod.., wheo themdown. was the journalistic custom of I shelves are the "First Quarto ornamented by loops and bows of hoof the majority being sold In !!
forti. sold 'oo fHerhe by
__ .35 K&AYOSbelaraalchineal, Abaolutplv -' the day. :J. G. Alvarez cor. Call, Edition of the Poetical Works of satin ribbon ()t the same shadeas Gainesville. This figure he stat- CAnrs ?'En's Ditto; STORE
harmlcam 30 daya I of
1.25 ""dNBW yE ootISa.aupply delliihted with taavlta and Walnut streets used large I Lord Byron illustrated with num- the foundation of silk or satin.'"
: lest boa.Vlxxm
type to proclaim: erous steel engravings embracingthe The shortage of materials would

KOCH DRUG STORE ""'anted At Once! 1,000,000 principal ,female characters assuredly have been a disaster in
ADDED I'hone 33 whiten, blacks o r Independents landscape and historical subjects" 1884.
; HAVE Tear Out This Ad As A to carry off the Immense (1867)); -Picturesque America" Bismarck historically the fore-
amount of goods arriv- (1872); the "Portrait Gallery of runner of Adolph Hitler and an
|NICE LINE OFROCERIES ing dally.- Have just receives Eminent Men and Women,"* and original force in Germany's acquisitive TWO I REGIONAL I 1 FAVORITES' (

a load of flour the best brand an edition of Cervantes' "Don ways which mounted

known to man-which will beHold Quixote." from his time through the de-

r at rock bottom prices "Picturesque America," a travel I cades, culminating in two world

|MEATS Fresh supply of apple book edited by William Cullen wars, and its final collapse and
-.nion .et a, Gllt
Edge Hut ter, Creamery

Cheese New and elegant

MINE stork shoes of trunks hats caps and, hoots vallnes.and ENJOY GOOD FOOD ATSTANLEY'S r'' "

Come One, Come All !tot

S L. Wltkovskl was advertising
JUICES itoves from $1280/ and M. F. RANCH

I 3rown and E. D. Wall dealers in t + ,

Iry goods notions and general I

GROCERIES I nerchandlse ald for country said produce."highest Call price and 3 MILES SOUTH OF TOWN ON ROAD 28 slM

lee." Other advertisers Included
03.[ Temple Ave. PROMPT SERVICEDAHME'R'S Smith & Peek attorneys at law;

IV. H. Rivers dry goods andjrocerles

Beyond Bus Station6ldgrnay ;; Andrews & Alvarez STEAKS -- CHICKEN
livery and sale stable John P.

Marvin Ware GIFT SHOP Pratt "surveying" leveling and 11'\\10011 ,.. oa COOK
Owners !irainage. SEA FOOD CAE4VN 1-neb PI.c a p4pout
announcements b 40a
Among the political ,
110 EAST CALL ST. VNtd 1.a brownRWmove tb.p teeny
were those of Lawrence D. in S
Btt Do Your Squeezing"l ,. .\lrout in
_ PHONE 66 Wall for tax assessor; B. Haynes, DINNER PARTIES SOLICITED btu cda'aseeV' 4 tb.p.alto '1aB'P.. 1'8V1'8 r. U.riDl .
tor tax collector; G. W. Epperson, sU ... 'II cook 10 IJ1ut.e.canned
for sheriff; Joseph L. Hill for 1 ttP 'P.'Pd1r. \1)11\\0 lutes; COOked or
school superintendent; E. :J. Wain- 1 cup Add ye su9 t.bofoulbl, add 1. pollslowly.
Rev. Wm. F. fraq.l1.11\\1. heated bo', bl1\o
wright. tax assessor; ..ar'e 0"
II Your Tirerl"'Are'Slick- to Recap! Malphurs. clerk of circuit court .ulbfOO ; Vtben std bacon c11Lp.JAY BBE g' g.rrHt0t

and :J. R. Richard for county 'c nnac1 \ with Ice-cold

RECAPPING judge. feted at.dpl 1)1.
AND VULCANIZINGALL The paper at that time specialIzed l four, .._.. RaY 14. 11.r1'8r toelllp\1II1*
D, SIZE TIRES ) in "ready-print" features of ...L\e" ,R 00 \0 1'1orl", for t.biII w.10"-
value lAX hta Beacb, 10ur
AND TUBES unquestioned space-filling I '011. S us ,&.00
Inter- TL pl1bUI"e4.
'- but often of dubious ..-.... weaton.reclP. te'e'
jsrwnt/ 24-HOUR SERVICE est with a disproportionate a- wecL1'8 luU.\LO.Its "... A0CouapW ,
obscure,,literary SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET paid for
_s' BEST MATERIALS mount of' apparently will be JAY IBt.'WIUisckNnvtU1.
from ,
musings re-printed TROUT PERCH BREAM clope Editor
SEA ylorid't
\ GRADE "A" RUBBER various Journals In New York and ; ,
Guaranteed (abroad. However thesis!! items RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO
I j inay have well served in place of ,

PHONE 79 the less bountiful magazine supplyof Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry +
the time. The household department -

was doubtless Informative t ?

STARKE TIRE SERVICEAdjoining wood, with or pennyroyal instructions will that drive"worm out MAGNOLIA FISH MARKETCALL 4

ants salts of lemon will take STREET PHONE 37 STARKE. FLA.
Temple Garage Temple .A ve. stains 'from Ivory knives" and : '

will remove spots .. :
that stale bread wminrtnla.ownswmmlwnnnmtnwntewnnnnw.mawmmmwtnnnnnwmeinlnwH'''' '''' ,'''''''' ''' '' ''''' '''' ''''' '"" 'wmnntnimnnlm'''' '' "'+mnprnamlelwarrnnnmeI : Ies.
from wall paper. i ;
A black-bordered copy of the .ni ,, ,
New York Herald dated April ,& _

itionally fine Dry Cleaning .. 16 1885 contained many articles I INKIER Electric Service
concerning the death of Lincoln ? } qIl(1
victim of the assassin! "twentytwo I tit.at-r '
minutes past seven o'clock 222-224 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. ( nI ll

yesterday morning." TilE OLDEST IN THE CITY 1 i,IN ,y situ

1I Radio Service That Satisfies


I, We Strive To Carry The Most Complete .. iatu3Sw \ \

R Stock of Tubes and Parts \\ '


HOWDY FOLKS: A bachelor 1 1I. Place yoor Order for year Hot Point Range and Refrigerator. GOLDEN\} \ cJO :

!. always right because he's Aim your: Bn4U Washers. colon 01 good 100.1

never miss-taken.a Radio Tubes We Have Them Ask Us. truly themote comp the \ \ once

j step'nt oftdl.CO..d'
"Did you b e a I' about the See V" Abeut you Wiring Needs. J Y. BCCf 00' ,,,. '

,, awful fright George" got oa LICENSED & BONDED ELECTRICIAN to bring tc..ptlftg .eglonelilavot .

his Oh wedding yes; I wa day"there. I MWhr. __ ICI.m.u... ,..,.............,....... ....""...'.._.............. .....,""..., _.." .- -.- hi9Ml9hts" Mo'oo"01 a, To" 1-",

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Quality Service -. Economy The on one bent foot reason_fall If a stork he'd lilt stands the I *> EXCELLENCEin in all the thoughtful relations of Service : \ crcfu\..ures\ \Y lSSSnJk \ '

he'd 'jss
i other I I with convenience and complete' i when \
Here \ nets as well as fareful economy in the
are three our touching
advantages "'Lye you been of' F.1\ a
"Vr, measure that it it needed.DEWITT beer,
: Time-Table Serviceand the barometer Janef I h'l. great premium
Quality Cleaning
Ma'am. it's my ntelu out so bevercge' 1ft its

Economy Prices. Let us help you I set it for 'fin*.' I -iF b matchless Beer wlth" yo..I.-
lengthen the life of the clothes you have- 1 You can set your ep**lo ncler C. JONES guaonadlity.Ensrews. ....Enioy JIs4V
I ... alOn'f. V ftlCr>t. ,+*'.
'fine' tCI). If > i I lot ui gibe < aa> .. > <
It's easier to clothes than to buy new for AMBULANCE SERVICE VO'em cooling ,. C
save 'I car the '1;"..ha4 signalsetth -

Ones So depend on our careful methods your oar fi'rk'tty ja, irtla and Funeral Director. ; .\f'JAX 'fog purer
Get set for some
lobrlcatlon. STARKE PHONE 7
and low prices to keep ,you well-dressed. snappy nitl......K''. FlU' 'er "P

Call here! Our local funeral home enables us to "" S y JAX! ,
U9 today. I 1 jeruNllryt
GULF OIL PRODUCTS offer conveniences and services not Mftrr tree
otherwise available. < ,J, '
er 'ywirr
Washing Polishing e >

CLEANERS Greasing I We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and

RDRY Temple & Lake accept ANY Ufe Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY company -*' BREWING COMPANY

as payment In part or In full on a funeraL Consultation
: E STARKE, Service Station j carries no obligation. _
and LAUNDRY .. .Mw.a-aa. 1i1
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'r --.. Fltliitv __
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.)1. Folks Call Him "The Goat Man"Almost i-v riRcnr' COVKT, jm A UFO nororNTY. IV: riRfTIT COURT BHADFOHH '.. -- 21
FLOHIUAl I:* til AMCKHV. : 'Ol NTr, FLORIDA, i* CIiANo. ('Ut1 I'r "
%.'..111: '1'_ COUNTY: FI0sItT' 111
STARKE DAY everyone who lives In Starke has witnessed at one timeor I Olin W. Douglas, P 1 a Intlff. va. Lucille G'orger Plaintiff v&. Char Silvia CER. nt111\.
Magdalene Powers Douglas, Defen 4793Uer**, D8ren another, the unique sight of an old colored man moving down dant. Case No. 4788ORDEIt 4793. @ .Plyingf
Call street In a wagon drawn by a pair of nonchalant goats. NOTICE TO APPEAR AND NOTICE TO APPEAR mEOT7 '
atKingsley The ancient negro parked the animals and the diminutive vehicle STATE! OF FLORIDA to: Mas-da. STATE WhoseIAresld.ncs: Charlie I STATE r/l'nLI At
lena Powers Douglas whose residence George, I. un. OO FLO'lj'Dt; I'
near the ; and address Is Route' No.1. known: known w haNP
Box 127. Hemingway S. C. You are required to : rrsldanyUl'I
BeachEvery Telegraph yesterday 4 You are required to appear on June 14th. 1946. In the above nam"I You are require
and rolledp' 'f .r' June 24th 1946 In the above named e" Court and cause wherein' plain. "d 24th. 1946. to :
Court :
Court and cause wherein plaintiff tiff seeks divorce. Bradford Count' and cuuNatw'heln;
his weather eye"4. seeks divorce. Bradford County Telegraph shall publish this tiff seeks d 8 Drad'opt'
Telegraph shall publish this Order in next four weekly Issues. Order r Telegraph shall
at the clouds, j In
up ) y In next four weekly I""U"". Witness my hand and \Yltnetour llhU'h '
From 12 official2Jni Weekly
6 si16
Thursday to which forebode I Witness i\v hand and official seat seal! .t Starke' Florida this MayOFFICIAL seal hand h .
at Ntarke. Florida this May 22nd 1946 at Starke an.
rain. In 1948. ( SEAL) A. J. 22nd, 19"6. Florid.. Ih
Beginning May 30th terest of readers (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, AJI Clerk of said Court. Thomas,.' (OFFICIAL SFA1.' )
who As Clerk of said Court.T. H. O. Brown. Starke. Florida. A. Clerk of Hald Cou A. I. ,,
Frank ndrum, Starke. Fla. Atty. for Plf. B4 4't 8,4 H. O. Brown Starke Porli
wondered Just Atty. for Pit. 6-24 4t ,6-14 Atty for pit
who the old man [ ,,4 r Y ,. IV1..r".T: COt'RTe0RABFOR I'll
D I iN
FreeS, I is and where re' = 4 S I1* r..ICI'.T rOl'RT, BRADFORD 4EIIY.COUNTY: FLORIDA/- CHAN 'Ol'\"I"--I""I'IT: I"i(.'01
(rol'XTY" FLORIDA IV: CHAN- Of In41114
he's from, we l'Ierlndlo' Serrf CICRY.

SWIMMING f\ took occasion to x r 7dYR"- Mary fKRV.P. Watkins, Plaintiff vs.No.J.. Carfl Teresa, No.Chlappa 791. Serrl Plaintiff, D.f.ndant.v.. 'Antoinette pjapElli'r. PI
R. PZfendant. Case
find out. Watkins dant. Case
Large Room For <: Alford, of Lincoln a 4' ?al STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA to: J,,. E. Chlappa STATE darn OF. Whosere.iden Teresa and ette'Marl.STATE NOTI'E OF F'.fJRIDA' 7bLICAT',
= City, he describes i 4r J and ad. address Is, T James Str.t Either : i
Dressing: Accommodations! :: ::- ? Watkins, whose residence York N.w. York. : New and add re. I whop r,.
h 1 maelf )v&' dress. Is %" TJeorsre w.tkln"l RouteNo. I Watervllet. Vw Tor"' B"
1, Oswego, $ In.. to appeal' .
I 24the1940 nine
simply as "what j as{ ;> c' You required to appear on f.-v- the Rhov. n.m t3 June U'.r. r"'lulrod
Good Meal ....;: OUR ) are named [ and cause, wherein 24th. 1946, In theelho
We,Suggest For A THY m a II' folks cau ;:,-> -- -- < '-' "'- June 24th. 1946 In the above Neeka I divorce. plaintiff .d Court and .

0 Billiards Boating', .0 Bowling the Goat Man." The goat ')aTom re'words and the goats which hady < Court seeks and divorce cause and, 'wherein restoration plaintiff of Ii.111'Telegraph shall publish Bradford this County Order Telegraph tiff seeks divorce.. cause P.rad'ol'\l'Ah'rt'' \',
n..xt tour
and Bill. Alford original!; been reclining comfortably and maiden name. Bradford County Witness w..kly" > Issues. In next four weedy Ih,,
CHICKEN STEAK FISH AND SHRIMP DINNERS Telegraph shall publish this Order, my hand and' official Witness. inn.
came from Harris County, Geol were somewhat Inattentive during In weekly I I.I seal at Starke' Florida, this May I at Starke my hand and o"h
gla, but he's lived here 30 yar. their interview got up and started i Witness my hAnd andeofficial i(Undo OFFICIAL 1946. SEAL) 194e ... Florida. this Aa

Cottages Rooms Apartments Reasonable Rates -used to cut cross-ties, In fa:I' on the trek back to Lincoln Heal at Starke Florida this May' Aa Clerk of Bald Court.A. J. Thomas' (OFS1CrAL8FAL1. A.L
f 23. 1948. A. Clerk
better day,, Now.he's In brake\ n City. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma., r.'it Frank)'. for Pit.Landrum starke. Fla.: I Frank Landrun1.of said Court'T.
health suffering from asthma d ; As Clerk of said Court. 5.24 4t a'u Atty for Pit. Stark,
KINGSLEY BEACH LOCATED ON BEAUTIFUL T. Frank Landrum. Starke. Fla., 1.11
the after-effects of 'strok 4t 644 -
a. B-4 .
for Plf.
KINGSLEY LAKE Next Door To Camp Blanding which accounted In the main foi Pepper Petitioned Atty. -

his need of slow, reliable trans- By Housewives IN CIRCI-IT rOfllT. BRADFORD a Pies
portatlon. f.'Y, FLORID .:\ tlll.'V.: .. Cakes Cookie

Another he told For More Sugart Harry Barton Str.horhUff. PlalntlflIII. f'
reason, us. walthat :a
Edith ClarilOHI1 Strel..htUf, Dcfondant. 8 A. M.
\ 8 P. :M.
his wife Minnie would be outworking t
Case No .79.
Union Revival. H. D. May, Hampton
all day, "washing clothes
messin = housewife, reports that she has NOTICE TO APPEAR We Specialize In All Kinds of
picking strawberries around STATE OF FLORIDA to: Edit h! Cakes
like that" and there'was nc) obtained 68 signatures among Clarissa Strelnrhtlff. whose r..ld'nc.III a

time to go to town( to do the, neighbors In Hampton and Ther- Route No. 2, Hayerstown Mary-

buying. So three years ago he, land.You are required to appear on Jack
essa to a petition requesting additional Musgrave
June 9th June.T 24th. 1946 in the above nam Bakery
IBm ,
bought Tom and from Clay! sugar during the canning ed Court and cau..Br dfordnCouanl y
Jones and another whose tiff seeks divorce. .
:party: : | season. She has asked house- Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn 706 Temple Avenue
J thru name is forgotten He ,b'Ullt the next four weekly Issues.Witness l .
:; wives to circulate similar petitIons hand and official seal
wagon, bought the leather and my
in various parts of the Florida this May Und
at Starke. mmmmm mmfffmi
made the harness, and broke the I
June 23rd goats himself. county. 1946.(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, mmmHm-
The petition, addressed to U. S As Clerk of said Court.H. .
Alford doesn't drive by, the gee C. Baldwin, Gainesville. f''i4
Senator Claude Pepper, states: 6-24 .
lhUSta' ? haw system. He ''addresses the Atty for Plf.
"We housewIves
undersigned Clothingand
I team personally, saying "get off of Bradford County Fla., iv ciRCtiT roi-HT. IInAnFoRn
r' the road back up .' go on i urgently-request you to consider COf TY. FLORIII.tIN: CHAN-

ChurchesCooperating now go on forward" and the i our plea for canning sugar. We IuJby"Y.Schlmmelpfennl. P 1 a I "tiffVI

4 like, with ready variations. "They have fruits and vegetables of all T Clarence SchlmmelpfennlB. De-
K know what I mean he ,!says. kinds on our farms and In our fendant.ORDER Cass OF PUBLICATIONAND Shoes

Bill is always hitched on the off gardens that need to be preserved NOTICE TO APPEAR to .
(left) side, because that put.i, now for home consumption. The once Schimmelptennlg whose -,

BAPTIST Tom next to the curb when he'.i small amount of sugar we are al- den" is unknown.. on I FOR
required to appear
METHODIST parked. Tom is more agreeable i loted Is far from sufficient, even June You 24th are 1946 In the above nam-
with bystanders, and doesn't mind I to preserve a few strawberries. ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -
CHRISTIAN children, who like to stroke his i We earnestly beg you to do something Telegraph seeks; dlvorc.shall publlllh Bradford this Order The Entire Famil

REV. ELMER PIPEREVANGELIST abundant white coat. I I as soon as possible in this In next four my weekly hand and.Issues.Witness official. sea

As for traffic along the high,.I emergency. We farm wives are at Starke Florida, this May 12nd.l1U8. i

PIPER of the way, "When a car comes too close,' supposed to ,conserve fruits and A. J. Thomas
Tom goes into the ditch, and vegetables for our health's sake. As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said) Court. : Every day is bargain d

Fuller Evangelistic Foundation what's more, I don't make no fuss|I We don't want to .use the blacki H C. Baldwin, Gainesville.B-21 Ct Fla.Atty. 614CIRCUIT
market for Plf.
and have banded
Long Beach Calif. .: about him goin there.. The automobiles ,-i not to, so don't make us break nnAtiPolirlCOUNTY. at the C
down town-"they stay. ouroath.. IN FLORIDA fcOV'HT: 1::11 CHAM.Doify""d. .: k .
\ ;, off': toe. The Coat Mah, It teems. ,I lor
Moat of the requests were CERY
PLACE OF' MEETING METHODIST CHURCH is by mutual consent awarded the Hartman Plaintiff, '
40 pounds of sugar. Hartman, Defendant.
right-of-way. 's : Jackson H. ,
Case: Iio. 4755.O '
Tom la aged four years and I NEW HEMiNG T 0N' "PORTABLB { NOTICEPTOLAPEAR STAR

Bill seven. They both appear to I| t y p ewrlters, f 37.77 (Includes STATE AWT OF FLORIDA toi Jackson I I., StonAppreciate
whose residence
be sturdy and well-fed. The tax) Bradford County H. Hartman .
TO THE VOJ"ERSOF Route No.1. Coplay Penna.
youngest Is an angora"and the Telegraph .& You are' required to appear on ...
oldest, as we understood it, a 24, 194S, In the above namedKurt
wherein plaintiff!
"merino." At about this point of and cause minor
and custody of
BRADFORD COUNTY seeks divorce .
an Interrogation began to ; War ) hlldren., shall Bradford publish County this Order Telegraph In

sprinkle rain and Alford was ob- Buy Bonds J next four weekly l III".a.; ,- ..
COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. TWO"I viously ready to move on. The Witness my hand.darlhi0."stay .
'..al at Starks. "" {
old negro spoke a few emphatic. TODAY I 194&
-- -- - - As Clerk of said Court.I. The Wonderful Vote
call your attention to the fact that on May I. S." Harrison Law Exchange E'ldC.
28th that there is a run-off for ,your choice Atty.Jacksonville for Pit. 5.24 U1 That YOU. People Gave Me

for a Representative on your Board for County First One Received! IV CIRCflT COURT-: BRADFORD In The First

Commissioner of this District. Ii; have been POINTY, FI.OR1UAI 1ST CHANuM Primary

. for the people of Bradford County as a whole. ...I .Edward Moseley. Ph\lntlff. That i
ElUe Allowed Me To Enter
I vN... .. Moseley, Defendant. Case :
"I have supervised all work that has been donein 10. 790.:

my district and personally engineered each ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR Essiertoseley. : The Second Primary.'I .
joband visited my boys when they worked in STATE. whose residence Land ad. I.
North Carolina.You Urge Your and
d irewls Weldon. Continued Vote
my district which ,constitutes approximatelyone are required to appear on

third of the voters In .Bradford County.If e J!rune( Court 24th.and 1 4 cause. In the wherein above plain namd Support On May 28th.

you will return me back to this office, I t P Jiff.ort seeks of minor divorce child.custody Bradfordounty -

will give my time in the future as I have in c Order;' In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish issues.this Thank You,

the past, and my service will not be for any i pal Witness at Starke my, Florida hand and, this official!May

selected class, but'for the rank and file and HIi 1!OFFICIAL:and 1948. SEAL A. J. Thomas ,

those who stand for Jeffersonian Democracy." \m, Clerk of said Court., Starke Fla. S. G. DENMARKCandidate

I Atty.rforkPlLfaindrum 6-24 .4t 6.14
.The Government has written the Board of -'

County .Commissioners of Bradford County -, IV COCNTYTFLORIDABI. : A CHAN.. for County Commissioner

wanting to know if we would accept the Crys- N edKMcknlght.( Plaintiff "" .. Susie District Two

tal Lake Airbase free of charge. lam in fav- Remington Deluxe bfeKnlght' Defendant .Case No. -

or' of accepting this Alrbase for commercial 'ORDER OF PUBLICATION -
ue for shipment of produce by air to Northern STATE OF FLORIDA to Susie
ifcKnlght.: whose residence la
Noiseless un-
markets. I believe this method would Portable Typewriter flown; SOLACE f3I2IL
You are required to appear on
bring a better price for produce as the produce J rune< I". n.4(, In the above named l
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
would arrive within.eight hours from time of 86.33 Plus 5.61 coke divorce. Bradford County
Tax"l rl graph shall publish this Ordern
shipment,, to time of arriving at the market 1 next four weekly Issues. (FORMERLY CONDON'S)
Witness hand and
and my understanding Is that the cost of ( at Starke my, Florida, this officialleal MaTOFFICIAL

shipment by plane is not any more than by 91.94. .. 1 and. 1549. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Cool Comfortable]
A s Clerk of said Court.
trucks, possibly a little less.I ach H. Douglas, Gainesville. Fla;
Uty. for Plf. S-24 41 1-14

am a member of the American Legion, have

ing two sons who served in the armed ser COMPLETE LINE OFFICE SUPPLIES W.C.T.U. "I know food from A to Z and I will

vice. One serving five years, nine months in Carbon Typewriter Paper and Ribbons

the Atlantic and Second Sheets Onion Skin File say that Solace Grill serves the nearest -
one served four in the
Folders Account Books a Card Files to home Jeanette B.
Southwest Pacific, being on the first boat to' and Indexes Stapling Machines '. Desk SINGER cooking.

land in Tokyo Bay. I also had three brothers Pen Sets Scotch Tape Adding Machine Heinle Madame the Ernestine-great Schumann contralto, Christian.

who served considerable time In the South Paper and Ribbons
Ring Binders solos "Listen girls, I have
Pacific and eight nephews, six: serving in the Post Binders Memo Rolls DrawIng something very Important to

r South Pacific and two in Germany, all of Pens and Ink Show Card Colors tell )011o' It will do you far ..-

whom fought in this war.. Esterbrook Fountain Pens Mimeograph more rood than another !song. Try Our Noon-Day Luncheons
"f Paper and Stencils Correction Fluid If. about clcarettes. I here

Styli And Many Other Items for the never smoked and I never wIlL Special Evening Dishes
Office ;. It U a crime to poison the body
j with tobacco.
Broiled Lobster Fish Shrimp
"The girl or woman who -
roe* about with a cigarette In
her mouth think she I* a Sizzling Steaks & Chops
E. L. CRAWFORDCOUNTY smoker but she l. mistaken

Bradford County Telegraph It to not she that smokes It' Southern Fried Chicken

to the thing In her mouth that -

128 W. Call St. smokes. She la I only a sucker."
Phone 29 The
COMMISSIONER, DIST. 2 (Norman Qulllman In The Mla Right Place to Eat. "

'r. se pta White Ribbon.) Food With Your Mea\

t -

.s ,:,.'

I BBADFOBD cotrnrrr TKuratAra. STAKKK FLORIDA trulalot 1DD11.

y. RaY 24, 1941 m _m__ u __ ___ __ _

Lt. H. B. Ingram ly. It was believed that the canal, Recent I In next four weekly 'Issues IH' ClnCITIT CXtl'MT.COUNTY. .AIJIf'ftIIID Center
llaa DischargesDischarges Witness my hand and official .e.1 l.1at FLORIDA IN CHAN- Blanding

/Last Stationed On Luzon which has not been navigable for ) recently recorded in : 19 16.Stark., Florida, tale May 18tla,, CIERY.Dorothy. Kelly May\ Plaintiff vs.lle Garage, Sold
Week than ..
more a year, would be available I May Defend ant. Case No.
the Office of the Clerk of the (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,, 4771.

,jradford Farm 1st. Lt. Hugh B. Ingram son for recreation purposes by Circuit court Included the following Zach A. Clerk H. Douglas of aald,Court.Gainesville, FlAtty. .. ORDER OF PUBLICATION Purchase of ... laYtu.g t1D-

of Mrs. Carrie Ingram of Starke the middle of June. A barge to : for Pit. 6-11 4t ..1 STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Leslie merly serving a. UwBlandlnc gA..e. par

JcCa Lawte1 farmer recently spent an 11-day leave in be used during the work( Is now James Delmar Bell \ M 3-c, May, whose residence Is: Bom P. 1
s. that his val- Bagulo Luzon summer capital M: CIRCUIT COURT BRADII'ORDCO"NTY. I M. B., Atlanta, Oa. Center wr..ratrBS
ed Tuesday had being constructed.The April 20.Daniel. FL01UOAI lf: week fa-
of chinchillas and playground of tha Philip Lee Pfc., October 15. CKHV.Kverelt June) 17th, 19.(.. In the above named this KjyXM.
fal11Uy two last week. pines as a guest of Camp John clearing of the canal has Samuel Minor Plaintiff *.. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff warda, local coaenlte VtmOttacturer. rmair-
Florence Huth Love Minor, Defer eelca dlvorc Bradford County
lnCanimals were describedjny Hay's recreation center.Lt. proved of great interest to local 1945.William H. Edwards, T-5, April dant. C... No. 4785ORDEK .I..=Pf'.u"j.h': publish this Order .

not at all unhappy Ingram, who attended the fishermen and will provide navi- 28. AND NOTICE OF )PUBLICATION TO APPRAK' In ne my weekly band Imuen.Witness and. official I Edwards who bought Ow. ps- .-

the mild weather attendrecent University of Florida entered the gation of small craft from Waldoto Wilbert Hughes. Pfc. April 23. : STATE OF FLORIDA to: Florence at Starke, Florida, this May It,
Ruth Love Minor whoso residence 19... erty from Bl>mMi>g o.a-. .lily
tetra Army on Feb., 13, 1943. After Big Santa Fe Lake, via Lake Donald Edward Crews. S 2-c. and aildresa le 400 Huuth Tart! (OFFICIAL SISAL! ) A. J. Thomas -
said that local serving at various posts in the Alto and Lake Santa Fe. April 29.Irving. Street, Garden Grove, California.You A. Clerk of said Court. sold 'would Mnn .. a wj

May temperature Is very sutt- States, he embarked March 16, Financial contributions towardthe M. Thomas, Pfc. April June 17,arc 184 required In the to above appear name on Atty.ach for II. oiiBias Plf. UalneNvllle.a17t Fla.I.T house for / n.atanl

ge chlnchllla breeding pure 1945 for overseas duty In Flnschafen. expense of the project can be 29. ed Court and cause wherein plain _l_ .

for that the best pelts Hollandla and the Phil- made by contacting Hamlter at James Dommon Pvt. October County tiff cooks Telegraph annulmen. Bradford. thli' i
optained only in a cold ippines. His wife Elisabeth Is the Florida Bank at Starke or 1945.Clarence Order In next four weedy limilee. Can Use Mere Npu.
Witness hand and official
e that ; my 'M
R. S
Scogglns. -Sgt.
at present living in Kankakee, Ill. Parke Winter at Waldo. seal at Starke, Florida thU May
tethuofareoptimicstated about April 13.George. 15. 1941. .
Lt. Ingram is now stationed on I WHITE DKTT.
chinchilla ln- E. Grover Jr. Pfc. February (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs ,,
for a Luzon RESOLUTIONSWherefore
as commander with the heck of said Ceurt.
Florida. He said that 42nd. Engineer Construction Bn. 21.Robert. T. Frank Ijinrtrum, Starke. Florida. Container Corp'n. of America. Fcrnancllna. Fla.
m elecrlge.tor God in his wisdom Cody Barksdale S 2-c Atty. fur Plf. 6.171 sIN -1 .
for an ,
market .
.. .. .
the has transferred 0- D. r.
which can serve from this earthto May 6.George.

of,tfe animals dur- .Work ProgressingOn the better land our co-worker Hibbs Inman Chief CM COUNTY CIHCriT' rLOHlUAl COI-HT. BRADFORD IM: CMAN For Safety Comfort and Economy .....

e care W. B. Alexander on the 28th day Dec. T. 1945.: (1.15W.Erneet .
weather. Opening Canal II. La II. Plaintiff, vs. Colon,
have a value of of March, 1946, therefore Eli Graham Jr. AdelL.II.. Defendant Case, No., FOR COURTEOUS
animals are Good progress in the projected Be It Resolved, that we, the Cecil C. Thomas! 4737. Ialorl
when ORDER ---
pair the makereof fursometimes eradication of hyacinths from the members of the Democratic Com- Charles H. CUmmings. NOTICE TO APPEAR CORRECT I ,
mand by mittee STATE OF FLORIDA tol Colon .
Waldo-Melrose of Bradford County mourn -
priced as high I waterway was reported IN: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Adell Lall, whoso residence and addrvna INFORMATION J.u
: this week by T. L.Hamlter. his loss as a citizen and faithful COUNTY FLORIDA IV: IHA\- Is: Crew, Virginia. 06

00.000. the firsttperiment local bank teller and member of worker in the cause he loved; I'KKV. You are required to appear on riMAe Phone 147 "fJ
McCay 1 Is believed Lydia E. Oaffney. P I a Intlff, vs. June 10, 148, In the above named
with chinchillamg the five-man committee of sports- Be it further resolved That we Clarence D. Uaffney, Defendant. Court and cause, wherein plain

In this state, after Mvmade men sponsoring the re-opening of extend our heartfelt sympathy to Case No. 4770.OKDKK OF. PUBLICATION County tiff seek divorce. shall Bradford publish Hide Florida Greyhound Linen, Ine..Ikn8ea

start In the enter- the canal. the bereaved family and other AND NOTICE TO API'1' All this Order etrraehxt four weekly

a from relatives, feeling that their loss STATIC OF FLORIDA tot! Clarence Inane. UNION BUS STATION
here Hamlter said that
before moving spraying I>. Oaffney. whose residence I.: "% Witness my hand and offlrlal
a year ago. Three equipment had been donated by is his gain. Mr*. Fred daffney, Route 1, Box seal at Starke Florida this Mitt Temple Ave. LACY (CONWAY Agtmt RtMrk*, P...

omla shipped In by air (Signed) Nolla D. Middleton 290-C Gaffney South Carolina 7.OFFICIAL 1946. BEAD A. J. Thorn -.... .. .. "'- .... ..... .. .... ... .. .. .
Milan were Robert Schenk, Waldo merchant You are required to appear on (
and the number Beatrice C. Futch June 17th. 1946. In the above named As Clerk of said Court.
December, litters I and that the necessary supply of Mae Green, Court anJ cause, wherein plaintiff Chas. It. Hess 204-00 Realty Bids',
increased by ; Florida.
twice then. 1-------areenlc would be obtained short- C OIIri itt-e.r.p..n.Be_ _seeks_._____dlvorc._ _..... puousn Bradford I his County Order Any.Jacksonville lorVETERANS Dl..#. _K.1A-n At.. -lt-11-- EARL'S GARAGE

_tli U U U II ,..'" I oJ! II II! .. _

One-Ilalf Mile South of Starke om .R Ml IS

/ All Kinds of Auto Work

5lA.LJL WORK'RED Wrecker Hen'.


I. I ... .. J .




If You Arm Already C.rt/ff.df i

Toot .ad. of Tetorana. of World War II have already. been
certified to purchase surplus It_Such certlficatlana remain
valid and may be used to purchase" Itecne for which you ... EVERYBODY
certified whether....Item.la on your reaerve or"net-aalde" (let'
or on other' surplus liete. You will notlned either by mall or ENJOYS EATING
by public local announcemeat where. ami when to makepurchases.
.. It you**e not cortlHod If...u w/a..**.*..yoetrCwrtMTcaUwn

la f twin._te>".e....a/rfe"list I The PARK CAFE

STEP I. Take. your honorable dlech.... from the ermed
RIGHTS IN BUYING cervices of World War II and apply at any of the
ON YOUR offices listed below for a ..._.a'. certificate for the s
FACTS Item you desire.

SURPLUS PROPERTY STEP *. Wait far _Oolocal public notice that the Item Delicious Regular Meal
for which you Is a..U.bley. be
|purchased.You may be sure they vitt be notlned Healthful Vegetable Plata
and that yon do not need to call la peraon to"check
To improve veterans priorities in the purchase of war surpluses, Congress has the availability of the 1 Iteme you ....... Yau will ha Short;Order
aad wheaj buy. .
amended the Surplus Property Act. So that you as a veteran may' have the facto Tar Mau...that you follow np promptly the notice

of availability when it reaches. you by either mad or

direct, the War Assets Administration is taking this means to address you. public --.

.Mew York-113 Mate Bt. MontpoUer. V4.-(4 stale M.Na .

Al= ,:::"M- .- *:JO hvllle atahlmaa I. Tenii apMINISTRATION

AlI_ .....-.....n'1_- TO\Fly\ !
tll-414: Baailltiw Hlreet M) Waituixtoa rlaea'
A Raven 10. eon_... -*
ASSETS A W*Poa.a'a.t.N.w Temple_
WAR C. ..' New Orleans II. LeuMaia-
25. D. siutrait u..uwm. 407 Canal Bid*.
WASHINGTON BtnnlDeh.n I,AI-4--__ New York I. Mew York-, under the
lIa1 3. 1946 Comer BW 40 Wall BlroM ,
sowtease- Norfolk 10. Va-lit WatawrlcktBIO
saw emwlum" Bid"-*. *. Bun. OO.ee Rtabeiaad)
BeMoa a Mam-I Ceurt BtreMBitwklya. OkUhoina Citv/.Oklaaesia. G. I. BILL OF RIGHTS
U4 as Bid*
9numb sae.a.c1/.e/atlaYl-HW wnm erase.........-
WAR It benefits you can N. Y.-1.taume. ._....el U.WarM BUI*.
'. I.>>s OF WORLD all the ., W. Y.-not Rand Bid.. Orlando. FloridaJU1 .- at
ALL YJ.o.aJtA.--: tog posslble : ralm A'It. -BM*
TO .
are emtlouS everi a aa Mont-IIO Meyer BIO* hall miaowOH -
you to give yoU want. Camas R ott_ Lite BIO.
y.t.ran Alllaaee
.a a desire Y ou .... _Bank Bid .
1tems N. *
111. i ,
ishas the I -_10pref.renc.
surplUS. ouris PurGhaslng of 1944. the War Chtoao .. miser Flillaaelp lei" IPboenll......_..1 .- -
free war Act AM: W, Jaekaon Boulevard
the Arlw.rT
undd r Property rtain STARKE AIR PORT
Wert .
ChartaiMe) I. vbaeletie UMurl, wd/
to the nilal1thorlzed t.o re a 1n eu AUae BMaCharlotte PUUrimmh.BwnetnW. P.'Inm- .
B'aaendment. but .
ao Nortb has eeThey listed the Charlotte U*. BMI*. raruaad, Maine. 143 Rye M.Ponlaad .
-lnlat.ratol' are lar&e.
Assets t.o'ou. are buY exam tl Y ......_'-.. T lera.ss v.tairnell. ...-(I*s..UU Bid. *.
agile quantities Bid
t.o /10 J *
exclusive that able Rhode IdacMfr. -
be ondeatad ProTliUoo
for tell yOU s saustac Clnetnnall rn.ia-
fast Dot alwaY the iaYn..ln.e eI1mlumrW Trim' BIO. ..
.. aay have r fiat U-40 K.
ill .
and You s id. Cleveland 14 otile-Caet wineLotoov. Bmutlna ron.Kl..nlr
ls tremendoes or "s.t-as Union Commerce.Ide wit c... ..
E--. eterall. howev'h' r.eserve } HUB OHIO of AIUUKIWU. )
Carolina1HM -
eu..an... fkrmtrwar. Mlehnioad IB. Vtrtlnla-
place Water BUColumbiie
items for surchaae For Information
all items el1 K. nmaallaHlnMMaanoia. -
that ,
bowlnc hlmsel these 15 Ohio-
r. '
ot like 0 IO7 Monk' Uwtt streetfiallne Vlnlnla .. .
to veterans may pbusiness. of.ss10na1. tie War utr n k Bid*
going 111 7011 pr I. TirianIU1 Hub OHIO ol HUlwoadlRorlMMW.
are 11
aval1ab stY. par Uereaaiue. Bank Bid...
t.o your parld New VortJM ->
Subject onl Phone 177
well that Pares port, low* Conmerae Ymeatetprise' .*.
peraonal use as may be sure sal fca&l BKia:. BMkrord, Illlnolein -
your them further Daytoo. > Ohio H. wmu mnetait
too that twllow HtreHeiwtur
1ea .
agricultural be entitled pllrchase second pr professlonal or Illlnolav_ 4111 Lake AeriJD.rN CUT Bids.I. Utalv V. S. St. John
will a air IHaB4ar4 Otfloo Bid*.,
et.erans talns onlY s.e Aerab. Tnrimproves -
amended Act. con your busineSs. a 11st. Devver>. C*or r IWM rraDHt T...OT BW..
The posltlo n for iacludeut hs ha ahead of ,.011. 111 MldJud"vUK>Bld(. .... 1M.... (".11'-v uraneInfijrtuHlluo

your buying 1 lie. For items Dot use m state and local .. Dei Molnw: e.BkK.IowatM .. ma t'Vsgrloultural attar(IlIu"O1 l uluaiblatMura Maj. Richard G. Kidd A.U.S. R uFARMER'S

.nterpr their own overcertified Detroit s, MMby /.'-
buying for. an sdvgatege non-veteran W.wrsr. YJ/. an Jr-: :;

Federal acenol.1I use except Duliitlt. M tmumutut Dann.. Mlehlnn-, HI __
for bu y ere CbriMle litil*' BIO. .... Luaa Bid*. tfuk Osavannah. _'
you- lnstitutiol1hs. Potential .. WleMXMlBIMM -
ThlS-C1yes cried Federal KM CJeI. .
the harem ....... DeonrlaOS .
d '
after available
governments PPehtetprises an per lad lam. all n!: Fa a.T ae 410 Capl: .Bldf. Amanrr. (HunOlltae)
small bus1Iielili ecifled purchase eutP available to t err, r.err raae- .......,. PMinnrlvenla.
'ageDcle opporianitY to will be ( Comoawee; Yidt. 41,* ,'M4 'Nalluoal/ Baal Bid*.
Fed.ral list :
rv 0 ar.rnn.9 .
Seattle Wahln 1oa -
have had CB the rese a.wl. hla.. oo/s 11&..... B..l.. SUPPLY

agencies..hiGh do notspoor own) buslness. be certified to Act raraa Ml'w Monk' aner aloftyou BkiuFort /rne ".''Ie saute ekea.-.
1 teas' still must origlnal W.yne: IndU4M .- 910"will Yarewon Yw.
to parches Act ,0 II done elncsbees sl11p1lf led. LtUHf: Bid*. outh' n.ne5.l.etaa., -
Under the ameaded thousands have .. Fort wore. TeiaTnae .- out rrthlae Y+ew CORNER 10TII & CHERRY STREETS
has Peetaa Hilt* pokane WHhlottoa
1 u s P "*" Grand RapMIe. 9 MleuKaa. l<'.4 .. MlvenuleprtnalMdl
.....rchue war certification effort to Ito_ Bid*. I 1. Ma aebaeMliSj MIKE MARUCA, Owner
r- ,A... .ake .?? t.o Dorm.... Wlai. .- Mais ... was war
vas pus"- at the tight- Intends 70U Haniaed Ceea.-lie Ana a*. Iaur.IlrruN-
as explained AdJlln1at ration con&ress ...lfflcul t. task t..m.hNfe. .- It 1116...... .......alda2flS
The pat Ace Sete the benefits aid 1n the ..an t s amo.:1,''''' pr.ere. New Yerk- t
r. 1:f' will veteran she Bounoe I.Tur- ,,. rrrrw lan.4

see to it that atlene.you ........ c ooperaU.or.needS 0f every IK.,;*KMWM. .. MMC.latlftnapolla .(.... *- T-:IJ04straetMuS/ : -OOeelTUIakUMe.

Your P satiety the .....R lull Clnte TV .Yw/. n.rtds TARPAULINjS12x14
t.o .....-nn '" ,.. .:=.
in t.ry lag ....... kits I. MtaMlpi. ".."- ll t. iwt-
face ..rop.rt,_ 'tHE I1UI bets aYe tram vt JaeaeoevlUe)
eutPlne r ,....-- .. """"- Taaipe" 3. Plendawilliuirul"
t.o buy 114 W. Mean*w..e : r.t..lua *. 15x20:
a tMuO OOlee ef

UUMatualBMCfrSZ -f'\tIOt..,. T.iarkaaa. T1I7 $14 $34
Tuarkaaa MMlaeal Baal BIO*
CCItIST1IUCT1CHI.MN...a AN. _-_. 4ii
EXCAVATING M,...MINCNY LIlt...rw.mo._.._ ToMdee.Oklojut ParaaxMa- Bid*.
,.. e H,
AUTOWOT1VC_VCMICUSm.mml T.amr errewp- sTl.w a-a-.cwreer-5/W.' A1r15tN.Nrawt.dea- udEfort *. Laying Mash 4.40
( "
.. > (*: ,,, .1 1'- < r m 1. t>w.
___. iI_ Oats 4.25
1M. p,1:".r Yd nr.we a """ ,.. 6" rwa e -
I J _._ _MLN ..
+ ti I.eN N t't M Y e'eDr.prety -
tit CUlG -01& W r.u tI4 lee w Ire MMCULTVIMI. BIC1INI: eu Ftnot- ...... Kerr (Mason) Fruit Jars, Doz. .85
: =
Ntl ..
BNe/N 004.....u__ __".....e I.. scoonltS 144 LeeeMie. riewe _- D c.-.o. .....-
MOTORCYCId Da.TA": Nw U.mpkwar..Y.. J'. WBoeel M .
a N.awanr Pig Ration .
at7R0/0At .
tale ..__ ..WorU w1L TWe ara IIAkUIS MtDICA: KQUI..UT tie_ iu.m w.-__rim 4.10
"> 1 liosw U gnaUil dewaaad fcy rvttjtmmVuwiUe IArca _t..N "n..uus.a TMXesl' ......I.T___ ..- ww6.fir.pv.k..errba.d. Beak Bid*. Ballards
M.Me 0 er n Nro 18 Dairy Feed
ar. t..t vmikbfa.. Yew -r.... o AoM z.c.ro WMilta..K._ p.c. $3.70
wall Teaeroas Nl.min rr.w.- tut Vwl Kite BldWtlmlnelMt ..
_" ..ee P"-
-r "" ex PD .... D r'n a n --.uam 701
.". ..Uul nos gocImo ) or.. 'on. ;ratal CIaI1W HI. IMa
J Teteraaa Buy abo.cIr.. abeexl .lr .aY.t n N/.ar I. -- fetal .
Iwornr 4ue feaueylvaata *
'...ar _hi abU!. saak. Nryteba.weat aicCwWrr-.t IS/wa.temN-74' Ua.P .w..a. L..W tat W. Rwrr.a A'm mr1/ Ifwea.mporo.l410 -
r wave'
.. TIH mm/-om n rssr iiePBHjTeremial ......ItS Nrar 11 Mnnat.- Ballard & Ballard
> aw;U ran the*.jy Mtcnna*till haw... .ra.Y III r.Y .+oa.rYr kw w.m w.m
Tp.Irraawaa- ,
e .. _
bay ........ _

AdministrationJro'nds ad THIS today-ADVERTISEMENTAssets rope ** for retatiit or FEEDS

War who maybe returning from tervic

or pa u it along to a neighbor vttvron.

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DeaerlptlmSBU ,.. 'T. n.- A**** 'Owaen/ A C..ta allnwfWa -.. ''1\' ]I. Aerea Onver .* c...* Elide. .

NOTICE I ,11114 Tut* A.t.Lots' ..T.se. 10FPICIAL

Of NWU.TV of Ry: 26 S 22 2B John A., Andrew 3.47 I,. 7. .of..Blk 94, ,i J. T.1'i0'r.nk. of I.hlt.eo) 0\ 1
I4otlc.-b lIareb7' Ifh.n that the nowlnlf described .lands wl11 b. ,Will NHv of SBU e( 8WH' 'M. John. Addition to ''I.
otlBndford on the dar: of Jun., I'" at tll' Count)' B of Ry 268H B 22 18 Tola Little 124 Stark 28 6 22 Spero. ChrlatoC.'S 1311 Alty. for Plt.ndrltl11. 91erbLaf
.. Btats of Floe dn. to p&7 the amollnt 4u. rrtai.. h.r.unto of 8EU of SWU A 8 LCOUNTYT

..t oppo.lt to the .am., together with aU cotta of such sale and dvertlaing. 420 ft of SWU of SWHBx CITY PARK .V..J8IV, W. A ) ADDITION' TO STARKB M 61 23 CIR f- II
2 A to Mrs. Stuc. Ota .
key 26 B 22S 28 Iota LIU1 2.48 Lots Ii I. I, 6, 7, 8, of CBRY.'PLOluoi. ..
1 At. T.... NH4: Of NWU Of 8EU 26NWH 22 10 R. L. Browa 3.18 BIk A. A. Annlr Roth Mills I.q
nrt.tl.. .. T. R.Aer. OwMr a c.... of NWU of liE,,", AWU Lot 7. 8. of Blk 2 A. C. Thomao 6.48. Jennings. D Ouerb
of SEU! of NWH Lot 9 of ink 1 Mrs. Oladjr J. Nunnery 9* Case No. Caryartkl:
AIfS % of NWY S Ie EU of 8E4& II:k of SW S4 Lot 2 of Blk 1 A Lot less ORDER!: 4787. '
RIv.T I It 15 Unknown I.U of NWVS of B 22 10 Presley A Tharen Green 8.10 S of Blk 6 AND NOTICpPC
BE N of NE,( Ie E3 of 110 American lung Orove. NW", of n SBU" Lot 12 of Bile 3 Mr*. Cornelia Miller 3.04 STATE) U4
% as II It Ino. ,5.UN of BBU 26 B 22 3 Y. W. Felton 1.49 Lot 7 of Bile 1 Orange Lines Inc. 4347 nlnp l!'. OF rrLol1ltJ4''
Of NW% It 7 It to Empire Lumber CO. ..U NW" of SWU of SEU A EH of Lot. 4.5 of Blk 8 Laura Broiky 17 and address OU "bolt
NE ot SWV 1 I 30 .0 A. P. Jobn. .U E 198 ft of BWU of Com at NE for of SEU Al Rotb" 34'egMr Florence. Soulh I 801 8.

N NII:% Ie NE% of SWU of SEU 26WH B 22B 13 Unknown 3.78 of NEH A run W 104 You 01
N r yt 1 I 10 80 K. C. Raul.reon n.n of NEU of NWU 27 22 20 F. Walnwrlght, 1.75 ft S 15 ft for apt of June 17 .rt9te'lul rd tot

AIf8% et N35 of NEya W12 SH of N.%. of NWU ANU beg thence run W 140 Court teks
branch I 10 U Fon01e Crews 11.51 of 8WH of N-Vt V. 27 B 23 SO Wm. W. Delcher ..14 ft S 100 ft K! 100 ft N se Alvo reuse::, wkemaiden "

NWV4 eof NE Ie E44 Of15 S3.4ofW34 of SW% of 100 ft to pt of beg 29 6 22 ...
8K ofYINE14; 6 20 110 EmpIre Lumber Co. '1.28 NWU 27 S 22 11.B. J. Futch J.TJ Lot. 26. 24. 27, 28, 37, 35, .. J. F. Falkenbery 3.03 r..I..r"PIa name hR'1I .
of 11 I 20 20 L. 21. Green 3.31 WH of NEU Of NEVI Of Dowlings N. 5S
Fr.cl Bik 1 Town 0 New NBU: : 27 B 22 lat.: T. Hamilton 1.14 dldon to. : o : :
River 28.14 I ZO Ern..t Kabr 1." SEU SBU Of SWU ASH Stark 29 6 23 s&T'.taKji
Lot. I. 4. I. 9. ", 10 U. off 8WU of BEU AWU Bile 6, Gaaktn Addltl.n' R. L. C. .Thomas 3,43 '
11. of talk 8 and Lots I. fie of !SEU! of 8BU A to Town of Stark 39 1'2 .. (OFFICIAL
4, of BUe 11. & Lot. I, 8 420 ft of SEU of SEH 1 Lot 10 by 174 H ft all W. F. Con..: 123 A. Clerk SEAL)
f' 6 flc Blk 19 &' Lot of SEU 27 SUn Agnes Levi 241.741 described In Deed Book '1". Prank of said CourftlLandrum
of : 32 and Lot / Lou 45 A of Lot 60 165 '
17. WH ". page 29 6 23 Ally. for .
of Bile $3. Town of New 53&.E Of Lot 44 I Com 50ft N. from 8W Elda Rose McDonnell 3.92 PIt.
River 53'2$ I Y0 Allen Porte, E.t. 8.11W Woodlawn 11 5 *0 E. Crawford 1.E9 Cor of NWU of SEU A r mm. CiRCPIT 1-11

of SWy.E4 80 tn'.erlea .Iiunlf Grove Lots 49, 64, 'Woodlawn 11 5 || 20 Qeo. Moseley. .72 run B 260 ft 8 90 ft B c Y. '

15.n All SEH of NW. % of SEU 310 ft N 250 ft W 4(0 tEsty. FLUBjtpA Ut
of 811;% It I 10 80 Amerlean TUl'l1f Grove W of road 14 B 19 9 W. T. Crawford 3.03 ft 8 160 ft to of%eg. Verna I
Inc. st.nS1,4 Lot 1 In 'Peetsvlll 36NW 62 17 lola Llttl. 2.07 Ex B of roe It W Hadley 1lughee,
01 Lot 11 ao I 10 20 tn'.rlean TUDIf prow of NWU of NWU A 1 A .<] In SW Cor of EH 32 I 22 Anna. Parg, Eel. 7.88 nO.lIl1a"4725. .Hu Bhee. .!..!.tond&lat I'IaIJ,

4.18 All N 8-4 of NWU of of NW% of 8EU ,
All 8.c. 81 Es N% of NWU B of Ry SBSU II 12 lola Little 1.37 Com at NB Cor of NWU 32 I 22 i Phillip A Joe Johnson ..12 ANt

Lot. f. 6 .s & Ex S16 UOAmerlcan Tllna Oro.. of NWVfc of NW% II 5 U 10 Jaa Jones 1." of 8BU A run 8' 840 ft TATE NOTICHPTp
of Lota 7 11 I 20 Ina U5.07 N "of NWU W 490.7 ft S 310 Ram OF F Lol1ID4 APp
W% %.t& of NEVI of&WN4E Wor'-NW f'lo. .. 5 ta 15 C. I. A M -. Dlngfelder 4." a pt of beg thence ft run for HusAea. ,", 1

SE C:> II% SU of NWU Of SWU 3SH g 99 SO John Magyarl ..99S 8 105 ft W 207 ft N NLY1. Nicholas Arenue,8e'You

.. oC of % SWU of 8WU 3 21 40 T.' L. DeLoach 1.10 105 ft E 205 ft to are
% 8W3(1 of "of SE'4 '5 8 22 20 Cyrus E. Beam .91 beg June require I to
W S4. II I 20 380 Am.rlean Tunlf Orov.,. 32 6 22 Rosa Bell' 3, 1946. In ap,
Jnc. ESW A NE"'h, of NBU: of e, 7. of Blk 5, Lin William. 1.7t Court and the abnM'
71.39 coons
of coin
% of NWH City

NK of NWt4 86 7. 20 80 wmriCanfTung. Groves. 7.11 Con'>4 at SW Cor of BHof 8 5 22 :25 Elisabeth Robinson Est. 6.73 Lot City 6 of Blk 6, Lincoln 32 6 23 Wm. McLeod, :Eat.: 10.78 seeks maiden divorce name an ob.rOlt anon

Jnc. 11.18 SWU of NWU A run One Lot 380 ft E A W fey 6 22 Wm McLeod. Est. 2.111: Ine1nexpfournweekiluk tD,
B'i of Lot 4 W% of N 400 ft for a pt of be.th..nr. 105 ft N A 8 in NW Cor .. I .
6151 of Lot 7 7 20 69 American Shaw D.33 run E 484 ft N of NW% 83 2f ..a1Vl n. Starke hand.. "
II' at eN
2 n 8m Cot of SWy Tun. 011 1 U. A. ,
100 ft W 503 ft S 100 at NW Cor of Sec 13 1.59 I, 19U, Florld"
of SW VI i 'II' Milt., Ina 35.0. 2 E. E. Cannon 4.14 It
ft to pt of beg 20 f 22 A run E 180 ft for a pt OFFICIAL
10 American Tung 011 EU of SWU of NE<4 11 8 99 20 Unknown 8.83 of beg thence SEAL) .A,
SW% of SW% 01' SW% I 7 20 10111I., Ina ..18 WH of SWU of NEji 11 a 23 30 A. O. Roger 3.31 ft B 143 ft N run 105 8 ft 105 W A. Clerk Lucille of sold r .rtBu'n'dl 1. '

WU of NWU fit BRU: HEH g 23 10 J. M. Lancaster 2.74 145 ft to pt of beg 33 6 w D, C. Canner, fl.
WARD CITY 8 7 ZOLote 22
of w% of NWU Of Drew Corn at NW Cor of NWU Mrs. Llasle l Clark 2.111 .3forgan;Flrth Flo;
11 8 22 10 L. H. 8.01WBVE.of A: run E Jackeonvllle,
380 ,
t. 2, Ie, 11. ot Blk 1 G. H. '''Parker 3.88 NEU of NKU: 12WH 6 22 10 Charley Brantley 2.74 ft W 380 ft N ft lOG H!I 105 ft Atty for Plf. ria H

'13'i 10' 1/.0f/ Blk 7 .... it. EL 3.11 of E% of SWU Of to pt of beg IN '
nplnhol.ter 33:
Lot Bik Louamanda 1.48Lot : ,12 8 22 10 Sclpto Weat 3.04 3 A In SW Cor of 6 22 H. A..Knowle a 1.811 ciarrirOIRT
I of Blk U Mr.. T. P. Ward Eet. 1.48 I RW Vtkof SEU 13 8 22 40 H. A. Prescott Jr. 14.79 of NWU W of SWU COI'\ITV.! FLO"IoAV, -
Lnt. 5. 8. 7, 1, of Blk 20 40 John Johnson 7.33 Ry 33 6 23 3 Lougenla Smith .
U H.. Parkers 17.10 I BWU of SWU'"' 14 1"1 I Com at NE Cor of NEU 1.02 Vivian Dunn
E'lk 28 Rndcllff
All E4'of NEU E of of NBU A phi
run S 882:
Com 7' yd. W of SE Cor road 13 A: com at NW for a pt of beg thence ft No M<_.*** "" Defends t.
of 88W. of 8WV & run ('0. of SEU: of NEU A run W 8>9 ft S 210
N 140 ft W 1110 tt S 140ft run E 970 ft 8 225 ft E 399 ft N OF '!LICa
E 100 It to pt of beg 1 7 :lO D. J. O. Green, Jr. .78 W 934 ft N 220 ft to pt of beg 210 ft toN AND ,< OF

Com. at SW Cor of 8W% bee 16 8 22 B C. H. Clark 4.11 421 ft of SWU of SWU 34 8 23 2 J. E. Cloer 2.33 P. STATE Radclltte FLORIDA'

ot BEy.1y run E 887 3-a I 3KV of NEU Ex 8 A In Ex portion N I .
of a ddress
it W 6072-3 NE Cor A Ex: 4 3.4A. SWU of Ry 34 1 22 7 J. Hardenbrook 129 I, la: Box 'fHOAr"ld. .
tt :E40 nCtto t beg 8 7 10 3 C. A. Crosby. u.SE4 In NW Cor 16 6 22 28 F. M. Packham 12.52 NWU of SEH.- 34 I 22 10 C. H: Lambert .99 Caroll You n..
ot NE' .. NE of '' are required
:: Corn at NE Cor of PEA SECURITY'
REH Ex R' '" 20 74 J. A. Phlfer 13.44 of NEU: A run S 714 ft HOMESITE!! IN NWU OF NW 44 as I 22 Court 10. 1948. In :

NW woof 8EV8EU Ex: RyWH 9 7 20 88 J.. A.. Phlfer 6.98 W 481 ft NE 741 ft E nik 1 Ex Lot 8 seek. and cause, iZrVTl
SW4 9 7 20 40 H. IL Mott 6.43 298 ft to b..sr 111 << S3 8 Paul Bonnett 2.11 Lot 8 of Blk 1 Security Homealtea 1.74 divorce and r.. 11
NEU of NW$* ... ofN NEU' of SKVf- of NWU ii 6 22 10 r.r. T".on', I.U Blk 2-26 Lot Unknown 9.68 maiden name. Bradford I

W'4 Ex' Ry 10 1 ,20 108 J. A. Phlfer 19.61 NEW: of BWU -. 18 B 22 40 Mr.. Bit* Blount 14.79 Blk 3-18 Lots Security Homesltea. 475 Telegraph i shall publish '
E% of NKU of SEU 14 7 20 20 If. L. Hough 3.88 NE'4 of aWV4 nf BWU & ,' .. 101 k 4 Ex Lot 8 Security ]Homeslte. 4.75 1nw.xt .four weekly '1.1".a'f
NWU of SWVi 15 7 20 40 J. A. PhUer 7.31 4H A In SE'of SWVi Lot 8 of Blk 4 Security. Homeslte J.H my hand and I

All NWH of NW% N OtAH nf 8EU A all NWU of 2',4 A on S side of NWU} Belmont Properties _T.8 0 :UII.t8.at Starke, Florida ijOFFICIAL
Rd. 111 7 20 20 L. Z. William 2.23 of SE %. W of of NE4SofRd&Ny4
EH of NEH of NEU road 16 6 22 18 Mr*. L. ,R. Edwards 2.51 of SWVi\ of ( SEAL) A J. '
,N of Rd.:, 16 7 20 3 L. Z. William. 3.72 SU of SE'4 of SWU of .-s SWH of NWU as. 23 23 C. O. Tolbott 1.48 Clerk of Raid Court

N 8-4 ifot-V Of SWU A NW% 17 8 22 B /Nancy; Davie. Est. 6.43 Com at NB Cor of SWU 35 6 22 40 ,.Bertha Me.Wain, Est. 9.08 T. Frank By Lucille C Conmr
N "". of HEUA NH of E '-3 of NW% of ot NWU A run S ISO Atty. Lanilrum. Stark.
tar I N 13 A ef 8EU tSBU NEU 18 6 22 .13 Wm. Tyson; :Jr. .$q ft for a pt of beg Plf. HIIY ,
A 8 I A of NEU EItAnl811IOfSWy thence
run W
68 ft
of $E'4& 1 Am In BE of 8WU 18 8 22 14 S. W. Welsh 3.17 road thence S 105 ft to E COI'CinClIT TV. ('DIRT. BRA
Cor of NWJ4 of SE% .. FLOHIOtl, H
W 1 A of SU of SWU n- 674 ft N 105 ft to CKity.
E of Rd. 16 7 20 79 A. L. Crosby '.38 of SWU' 18 6 22 6 Z. R. Sawyer 2.06 of beg pt Lucille
WH of NBU of NEU ABEH A "trip wide Acrona ': The S It)9) ft of 3 7 22 IE. C. Bush 2.91 George Plantlff.
that George
Send of I' por Defendant..
: of NEU 16 7 20 841 A. I. Crosby 17.10 > WH of tlon of '. Caw \
SWU of
NEH of SEH Ex B 8 X 16 7 20 Sf J. A. Phlf.r. 6.X NEU of NEU E of rd 20 6 22 1 Lindsey Grlffls 1.91 E NWU, ORDER OF PUBUCAT

W 607 -IN5! WH ofNEU : Com 210 ft N from SB W otrSEy of SEU A 3 7 22 2 John McHlnet. 1.5 1 STATE AND OF NOTICE FLORIDA TO APP:
A 2-8 ft Y to
Cor of SWU of SWUA SE% of
of .EH! of NWU 17 1 16 44 C. A. Crosby 5.21 run W 315 ft N 210 N. 1.9 A of BEtA that of portion SEU 4 7 23 30 Dr. E. M. Webster 8.91 George known., whose reside net
NWU ot NW% Ex 1 A N 88 Amerloan TungOltof
ft B: 315 ft 8 210 ft of EH of "
SWM of NEH!:) 'i You are
Ry 17 1 26 Mills Inc 17.10 <, W required to ttt
to pt of bee 31NWU 8 22 :Joe Johnson 1.87 E of road '
NH of Lot 1 less 10 A 18 American Tunlf on of SEU of SWM 31 8 22 10 Q. H. Weller. 23.19 NH ofS 3 A of that pore 7 7 22 3 H. A. Prescott, Jr 1.61 June Court 10 and 1948 In the ibort
W of Ry 18 7 20 10111I., Ino. 7.61 1 A In NE Cor ot'W" tlon of '! cause wherein I
EH of
SWU of r seeks divorce
.. -V" and
Com 60 chn W of NE 1Lt; ". rmtora
of R-lk 3 8 of RaW 21 0 22 1 Lawrence Covlneton 1.07 NEU E of road maiden
Cot of Bee. 25 A run a r 1 A In NB Cor of the IS Com side of State 7 7 22 1 Lacy Bitch 1.48 Telegraph name.shall Bradford
N .a'dnlrW publlnh tbl
60 chn* W 10 chn
A tract of land formerly _
It inter't" vA ;" In next four
60 chn E CO1 chn to :> wri'' weekly lens
'' by P. C. Oood- a"ct N
beg Ex E 6 A of N :29chn >> ,, '' of SWU of Witness my hand mi
wine In N% of NEU of NE
alo Com 80 chn. % A run N along B r' ",, I seal at StiJke, Florida, lhl>
0 SWVi lying N of Ads side of
road 784 ft for 1148.
W of NE Cop of ,Beo Mack. lot 21 6 21 1 Wm. Hall 11." a pt of beg
thence run B (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. I \
26 A run 8 840 ft for .
Com *t NE Cor of 8EU + 160 ft N150ftW15Jlft AaClerk of laid Court.
pt of beg ttiene* run I
of 8BU of 8WU A run ,. to road
thence 8 150f By Lucille C. Conner D, CH.
8 .0 ft W' 1314 ft N A .
8 1(0 It fr a pt of bee t* of "
pt beg' .- O. Brown Starke
7 rMAtty.
fffc ,
880 1214 It to bee 7 22 H.'A. Prescott
thence run W 149 ft H 8KH) Of NEU NBU Jr. 10.0
of 1liIN
-i 29A 25 7 ft 141 J. K. .oula* S5.37 1IitW44ft831ftEbe NBU of SWU 10 7 23 10 Wm. E. Green. .77 for Plf.
Com 10 elms W of 813 r of NWH 10 7 33 10 Jo.. Starling _
,t N 60 ft to pt of NBU. of NEVi Of .77
Cor of 8'o 35 A run W 21 8 22 Nick V..lroUlloulea 45.27 NWH of NBU of 10 > 7 33 10 Leo Orlffl .11 CfRCVIT COVE?. IU
40 chn N 19 chn B 40 Lot. 3. 10 of Bile 1 Pin. SBU of SBU Ex SEi\v\ 10 7: 33 10 Roy.. Orlffi ,1 t COUNTY! FLORIDA U
chn 8 Z 0 0 b n. tob.g ,_.. .
Hurst Development 11 6 23 Clifton Parker 1.07 of SEU of X15 > CBRY"
II.7 20 80 L. H. Water. 14.21 SEW of SEU ef BEU 21" 22 10 Pauline Garcia 23.39 1 A In NBH SEU ofSW' 8 7 ,22 SO Olll Thornton /.!1 Bronlelaw Mlynar. P! ln4
S% oP NWV. of NW54 E. NW ,: .f 8EU A all SWU of .Ry JkdWlva Radwan huts:.
A In 8W Cor-Church 1 I 11 11 ArYl. Kirkland t." of BT1U' N of oad &E% All Lot 3 W of 19 7 22 1 The_ Q111I 1.07 fendant. Case No. t111.
E% of RWf4 of 8W34 IT II It 20 Mn. H. C. Edwards '.n road ORDER OF PL'BLICA
of 8WU: N of road 24 8 22 33 13 .
E",4 of NW% of NWy, 81 I. 11 20 Mn. H. C. Edwards 1.07 All SWy of 8BU A BH J. W. Jordan 6.45 SWU DEs of SWU of AND NOTICE TO APPl
134 A In % d 60 ft 26.7 22 3 L. R. Rhoden STATE OF FLORIDA t
'boundad 8&. WtbyfRV. of BEU of 8WU 8 of SWU of NWU Ex 10 A 1.59 |
wlaRadwan Mlynarakl, Ireeldence
Road 24NEU 8 12 17 R. A. Nettle In NE Cop .
N bJ' N line of said. .f NBU 26 .6 22 40 Eddie Hartmann 1.S9 7.62 Lot 14 BuD-Dly of 21 7 22 SO T. J. Alderman 4.36 and addreu !h
NW'M of NEV., & E by NH Queen' Court QueenrwqW2
E ITS ft ofN 105 ft of '. of NEH
branch 31 15 11 I Francis L. Ollll.m 1.t7 EH of NWU of SEU W' Lois 7, 8 9.of 10 NWU It.7 22 1 Frank Smith 1.96 Bnajland. _
1 A In NEI Cor of SEI% of Blk to iw
You required
of NEU 28 8 22 O. H. LIttle 30 In Blanton. are
of NW\4\ 1 I 11 1 Oen.vl.v. 80lano I'II All that portion of NWUof lion Addi June 17 1940. In the abor.
Weds of NW'4 of 8Wy. 1 1 11 It C. II. Alvarea .17 BBU lying; W of canal Lot 1 3, S 30 7 22 Harmon P. Morgan 1.11 Court and cause wherein
4, 5 of Blk
NEV4 of SliP" EE 15 A Bradr.rd
A N of Call St. AB 3 In Wrights Ethel Thomas. A Leola seeks divorce.
In SE Cor N af Rd & of, Weller St. Ex: Blk Addition 30 7 22 WI. 10.36 Telegraph. shall pnbM.li tai
E'i of NWe( of BE)4) I I 11 5Huh n. Alvares 1.1 1 Asses o f Mr" D. M. SH 6 of, Hampton Park 12 7 22 M..., Sarah Drugger 1.0 p In next. four weekly' I loon
NW'4 of IIW y. I U .0 C. C. lIutchln.on :A. Moore, H. H. Houetonand 8EU NEVi of SEH A Wltne my hand and oIt1
SWys of NEl4 & 8E% ofNW44 f Chae. A. Jenkins :28 6 22 ] of SEU 2S 7 22 60 Harden A Welsntr 7.96 at Starke, Florida thisOFFICtAL >
Blandlne Center _
NWy4, of Eye II I It 110 T. I. Willie 111 Ins 8(3.47 EOOpftSW yN.Eoi of SE 4i7 22 11 I. ,w..Altord .4 T 1141,
NEVI ot NE% 10 6 .t 41) Herman Thomas .9, ORIGINAL TOWN OF STARKB :III. aaVolley 3A NEU (( SEAM A J.
tSVj of 8E'4 of NW14 II S It 10 E. L. ConnerlJ' 3'01 of In BW'Cor of SEU o. ArCl.f said Court

EK of 8E.% 0' NE'4 II 1 ,J1 II R. V. Alvaro 1.y.of :.. Lot -6 of Blk 1 A land NEU NEVi of 38 7 23 21 Ben Faulkner 1.69 T. Frank Landrum Siarje.Atty. ..
N eWVi & NYs 131 $ E ot Lot to Street NEU I 8 S3 40 Unknown 1.8 T for Plf.
McKinney 1.51 BH of _
8J I J1 120 J. A. J. McKinney Est 11.0& Lore 1, 3. of Blk 16 Ex: : SWU of 8BU of SWU 6 8 22 20' Unknown 1.41 _
N'M l 8E'4 of $E34 E. SWU W ot- Ry
o I 1 11 I T. J. Alderman W 25 ft Carl Bitch !.!1 Ex 10 A In SW Cor 12 IN CIRCUIT COVBT. IIA
1.NWV .11 Lots 8, 7 of Blk S3 8 :22 11 J. Lawrence. L1CERY.
Katherine O. Andrew !.0 7 1.11 FI.OBID4IJ. I
af NE'" 1 7 It 44 A. M. Carlton 4.1 e W. Soft of LoU 1. 1. of EBEV.o! SH of NW% COUNTY
NE4a of 8W\4\ It 7 11 40 I. O. Young 14:81All : Blk 34B 13 8 22 If Jan W. '
3. Fred Harrison '
NE'M of' NWV W ot Guy' 51.16 E 373 ft Of S 800 ft of 13.'7 Wlillam N.,1n.. Plain'
70 ft of Lot 3 of Blk 37 .
Road 1Ix: W 3 l.a A II 'I 11. 1 Mr.. Clyda M. Young 1.11 Blk 29 a* extended on B..- J. Fred Guy' 14.47 W NEU of SWU-6 A .A Frieda,Case Rapha No.NV.l"on Verlna

NEV4 of SW14 & Map Bx 8 100 ft ofr of dent i
sews 8E34e34
or 8E' 4 II 80 Mre. H. F. NW% 13WH ORDER OF
4 Redelllllf 1.17 8 23
> A ex B 80 ft Mr*. Thelma Larantaux: : 2.{? All 19 Fred Haertle 6.16 ANt NOTICE TO APP
Ey of Lots II 8 & All 1.
ILotSIftE&Wbr tel 8 22 640 A. W., Hohman
Lot. 1. 1, Woodlawn 11 II II 30 W. J. Ch..r Lt. ft N A 8 bounded N by of Blk 1 A Blk S 31.1Bid. 1 STATE OF FLORIDA. I.'
Lots OJ 51, WoodlawD .11 5 21 20 A. J. 8warta 1.0 Nollm.n E by Hwtehln Govt Lot 2 Lake Raphaeloon Nevlnn, who"'
E'4 of &ots 10. U, WoocJ Sub-DIv II. 22 I., and addres I* Bro't5T
8 by John A W by S C. Bate :15.47 ,
NBU of _
10 You are
lawn 11 I II J. W. DeLoach 1.07 A EH of
Lots / 4 6 & all Lot Walnut Street II' S3 Edw Prevatt. 30.33 NWU of NBU!: 23 June 17. 1941. 'In the above
'ft 8 22 60 J.
'ofl 1 Lot 6S H N&Sby D. Thompson when", "
7T ,
38 Court and cause
10 Road & all 105 ft E! W boundedon SMi SW. of Bradford
Lots II, 11. 13 I., Wood- 21 eekai divorce.Teleejraph I ,
N by English: on B 8 22 f Isaac Mitchell. Est. Ih
S II U Mr.. Frank 4.36 shall pllbllsb
lawn 11 A. Sw..., 18.15 :
31 ,
by Broadway Street 6 32 D. J. Beaver 1.67 wcT'wtfK-0'lHM! weekly I" '
W% of Lots U. It Wood- 8 22 6 John Davis /In next four
lawn 11 I II 10 H. W. lIayUand 1.11 LIV1NQ8TON. THKBT A CD'S. SUB D1T. OF IfBH' OF l'8B' ::18 sa Com at SB Cor NW 7." WltneM my band oM rl
Lot. U. It Woodlawn .12 I II 10 Eddie B. FalrC1oth 34 i I nt SwjT A"run' Nile? seal at Starke Florida,
WH of Lot. 3 4. ef Blk :1'
: "
o ft for a pt of
AI3slSitWeof: yo Wood 9 &WofLob I. 4. of 1 bee then (foFFlClAL SEAL) A. !.

lawn 11 5 II 17 Mack Griffie 1.11 Blk 10 Obi DeSu 1.$9 w. 785 ft Buf10 ftttE: ,A* Clerk. of said. CourtPow .
8% of Lots T. I. EE Ry BH of Lot. 3, 4, of Blk 715 ft to pt of bee 25 8 S3 4 Raleigh Flower Lucille C. Conner salt
.. Lots I. to 'Vo04lawn 11 B II tae Aaron W..t.r lI.n 9&E ollot.ilot 1.17 I h.*. R. H** 20405ackonvllle
Lot 17 Woodlawn 11 6 21 10 8. B. Woodruff a.1I Blk 10 Wm. Bapp 1353 INDIAN BEACH a -M 9 33: Fla. .II
Lot Ii{ Woodlawn .11 6 II 10 H_ T. Bennett ...I Lot 1 of Blk It Roe LJcett '.11 Atty_ for Pit. 5
Lots 13, 40, Woodl.wn 14 6 II 10 Aaron W..t.r ...0 B S3 ft of Lot a of Blk Let 11 V. L. PhlferR. fi'RT.) Sat

Lots U. 12, 11, u. as, 15 Enoch Tyson 1..n .' A. Thompson 29.29 IN I CIRCUIT ..'
Woodlawn 11 6 II 50 C. L. Johns 1.11 Lnt 1 of Blk 37 Homer William 6.18 Lot II C. A. 17.43 -COUNTY. FLOBID4I
Lot 17. Woodl&wn 11 6 .1 10 W. E. Ad.m. I.U Lot 3 A N 31 ft of Lot .-, Lot. 20, 31. II W. 8. McMillan Suott 17.41 CF.HV.
Lot U. Woodl&wn II 6 II 10 L. H. Cruce 1.41 4 of Blk 33 Emma Hughes ,- /.4t Lot II Ir. J. ao." I Margaret 0 r i Rser, plain IPt'AL1CA
Lend lr
I E ft of Lob f. 3, of Let 17 10 94 r. J r..
wy4 of Lot Ss Woodlawn 11 S II Avery L. X..r 1.11 9Blk Martha 4(7: .rp W. OrLS
8% 0' Lot II Woodlawn 11 6' II I A. Stoleif' I." 34 Iota Llttl. lie 0 I' Lot 47 T. D. Whiddon Mathew 10.0 4
Lqts aa, $4 Woodlawn 11 t II 10 Wm. M. Moore .... NH of Lot 2 of Blk 47 Baal William. Ill Lot 51 Victor L.- 14.87 CuORDER7OFAND APP
Lots .. U Woodlawn n 1 II 10 J. D. Peele lI.n WH of Bile 47 Emma Huche'. 1.11 Bryant 7.66 NOTICE TO

Lots 54, ,.. Woodl..wn n 6 II 10 Harvey L. Whits 4./1 OJ' i
11 5 II J. .. .
Tax Collector Bradford ,
Lot $1 Woodlawn 30 L Watkins .
11 5 U R. tot Bill 10 Ex Lot 1. County.IN 850 West Spiller Al

!. I J. H. Addison va.. _
TOWN OF LA TIIIY. WEST OF HY 23 a sa Lot 6..8. 8. '. 10 of Blk ',, CIRCVrP 'COtlHT. BRADFORD I''Caa.'No. 4741.ORDER You are" require* .M- SPP
Carl Hitch COtTNTT FLORIDA IN June 17. 1944. In J
i. 9 of Elk 11 "I
Cora A. '' Court and causereek.
Lot 7 of BIll 4 J. 8. Bhotord Brook eo' Eleanor ANt NOTICE TO
1.75 Lot 6 of Blk 31 M. Ooulet APPEAR: Bradt.rdT.I..ph
Lot. 3, 4, Blk 11 Nettl C. Smith 1.1$ 8 7H ft of Lot 4 A Lot 3 Jim Wall ',. '.a !." I173Ooul.t. Defendant.Plaintiff e v*. STATE OF' FLORIDA to Robert divorce.shall thl J

Lot. 6. 4. 7. I. of Blk S3SH W. H. Bl*.*. Es!. .... Ex8ftofH9kB& S ..:.t..(... Case No. H. Brown. E.q.. 108. L.Roy'Str.e t. P V"IM' "
of Blk 34 Mr.. Cherle A. McDonald 1.41 land W of aam to /., Knoxvllle, Tenn. la Wl Hess Ix?eb''. and

Ding Lot 2 Unknown .- .72 Street, Jon.. Addition ;.?er ANDENOT CE PUBLICATION TO June Ten are required to appear on real at Starke. Florid
10. 1844.
TOWN or JLAWTKT. EAST OP ay lit KCB M. :9-4. SS at B sa S to Stark.of Lot I A all 31 6 32 H. A. Manaasa"?;;', '7." Ooulet.STATE OF FLORIDA to: Leo Court and cauie, wherein above plaintiff named U. 1148. REAL LChaLleB.
Lots whoee reeldenoe ... .. (OFFICIAL our.
9 10 ol# V; t, known 1* un k divorce and restoration of )
8W Elk B. : ..f ..Id I'
Cora at Cot of Lot 17 mald.n name Resl'Jackeonvllle
Jones County 04.05
Addition to t '
A run N 804 ft E 160 ft You are required to appear Telegraph shell publish Heel' .1
Btarke this
for a pt ot beg thence N 21 6 22 John Hall ', 1.481 June 10, 1144 In the above. named on In next fourw..IeIJ' lue Order Florida. ,.,1'

run N 84* ft B 101 ft AW Kfolr Lolat. 7tof Court and e..I1... wherein plaintiff Wltn** my hand and official Atty. for Plf. FIN

8 14$ fi.W. 100 ft to pt Blk 1. Temple Addition .....* divorce and j restoration of seal at Stark, Florida this May ..
bee David Mack I." Starke maiden name Bradford County '.- 1946.OFFICIAL.' :! cincriT cor T. /
Coo at 8B Cor of Lot ISA N1.5of to BH. of Lot B.21 I 22 Dr. M. B. Herlcng 68 70 I Telegraphshalt Pd U.h this Order ( SEAL. ) A. J. Thome COI'NTY. FI.OHIO 1- |

run W 10 ft fora pt E% of Lot '. 7. of In next four weekly leaue A.o CI.rk ef said Court. CBR'I.1I'.I.dA .
of beg then' run N 137 Blk 6. Temple Addition Wltn.* my hand and official seal By Lucille Edith 51" PlaiaI';
ft W I* It'll 137 ft B at Stark. Florida flits May T. Frank LandrumeStarke Florida (
to Starke Rleitr .
10 ft to pt of bee Alice Brown 201 Lot 6 of Blk 17. Temple.31 6 33 Dr. M. B. Herlong. 88.76 1149. AU,. for Pit. t.ltf 4t 6-31 WilldAbraham O -f / J

Lot 27 Will Earlier 1:00: Addition to I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A., Case No. t1JLtCATl
: of N'au ft of Btarke SI 6 13 Ruth Wllkle 1669t. J. Thomas dan
Lot A. Clerk of IN CIRCUIT 'COHIBX. '
Lit Lot 10 of Blk $9. said Court. BRADFORD ORDER OPPtfHppBlAND

All Lot 30. 31, EX.N v 33S Elolie Spl'lnlf" I." Blk Addition 11. Peek to 1I Addition rlcr'kell; 8 22 B. Wllhle' ', 1.61 f.By 8.Luelll Hanla-Law C. Conner,,Exchange D. C. ; o.Isx COI/MTY! FLPMIOAI. IN:! ,CHAN STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA "I t..

Lot ft 4' Florence Winiam 1.71 to Stark 21 6 22 Bessie M. Davl 17.98 BulldlnJackaonvllle, Florida I L J. Rlnalda, Plaintiff v*. H. Sage (Also *n<" hoe r
Lot* 60' A 10-A. Fannie Roblneoa 1.00 1 ftafB &of hle-hway 10 Atty. for Plf. '.10 4t 8-31 I Mary Rlnaldo. Defendant Ca. No. ham *. SJVri.and ...
C. H. Kettle I." by 100 ft : 41'" Is un .p
NH of Lot 87 Will Barbs .... N : R"lnWS Cor of I I ORDER OF' PUBLICATION Tou are required t. ".
W 40 ft of N 110 ft of IN:! CIRCUIT I
Lot Bile II Peek Addition BRADFOnn TO APPEAR June 10 1144. wVrl; ,
4 Ott' Hub DIV
East Lawtey, Sec.- S3.8EH to Stark. 28 6 22 B. B. Green' 5.16 | COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAJH.Marjorle STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary Court and cause, Rndfad)
3ote A. B C. of Blk C4ER r. Rlnaldo whose '
24. 21 t residence and addreie ...k. ,,'.orc. ,
21 II
Alexander Tucker 114 Elliott Brown I* 94
o28W Wynn Addition to Plaintiff Beavlew Avenue Telegraph shall f".1'"la,1la
13 I'U 10 C. L A M. v*. Robert H. Bride ,
Une r.tllr.1.4RSri:: of Dln.fel" 8.11 Stark 28 6 33 Boyd' Holloway 25.44 | Brown DefendantNTW Port Connecticut. next four we eel
Lot S of Elk 11. J. M. ,,. You are required to Witness my hSnd8as.wlts I 0>
NKV4 of NWt4 400 ft E > .Ii. appear on Florida,
John June I...
&W by4esftN&8 Addition to. In the above ham seal at Btarke,
bounded Stark S3 6 12 alary B REMm G TON PORT- ed Court and cause, wherein plain 1
B Matoney 1.83 I IMr
on by State Lot 2. 4. A Let 6 Bx 8 ABLE tiff eeek, divorce. Bradford :'oFWclAL SEALCouriA.
Road No. II typewriters t 1.11 County
26 I 22 B C. B. 7.10 (Include
Bennett 13H ft of BUr 84 Telegraph
AIBgot of road*WU A of HH NWU ol John Addition, J. t M.o tag) Bradford Coooty la next four"weakly: ::: .this. Order Clerk of said C SUrt ConnerBy

Stark -33 6 22 *. L. D. Grant Telograpla Witness my hand and official seal T. Fran Landrum. S..lAUT. j

4.1'1 (at Stark. Florid, this May 1.. for Plf.