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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 21, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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piNEM rDS BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH t11E V




WAR/ BONDS

Official County Publication K tahliherl In 1K77STAJCKK.


g__ llT FLOKIUA.RIU.Jl'NE, Zl, 1946 N UMBEli"THIRTY{ -FIVKas



[' Meat and Bread Shortage Festival Queen With Hollywood and Radio Notables Bradford Beauty Crowned Queen '


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Apparent In Local Stores .. 'A 1 t ,,..,," >,'''7"'r.' '[''. ''
ning ; '
"-II.. :. Of Jax Beach June Moon Festival;



; and Cooking Fats Also Scarce : V art May Enter July 4 Event At DaytonaBeauty


5.. .
ion's gradually Increaa-

and bread shortage was i Hamptonites Told starke' own Martell Edmond-

mine this week Most T- Of To Boil WaterRecent QueenIs son was crowned Queen of the

groceries reported sharp Honored Guest June Moon Festival at Jacksonville -

in the supply was being of pork sold water bacteriological reports l At Rotary Club Beach last Saturday and
Biead from water
samples indicate brought home a personal trophy
yes 11 a. m.la coliform contamination of the Miss Martell Kdmondaon: Brad and
scarcer I' another for the local chamber
: was becoming of butter Hampton water supply according ford County beauty who was of Commerce her sponsors. The
The price to an announcement
r. to 69c a yesterday! by crowned queen of the June Moon ceremony took place at the oro-
the Bradford
to jump
County Health
cud end withfee De Festival at Jacksonville Beach last nation ball on the Beach pier following -
ijre the week's partment.The .
ceiling. OPA and Saturday was guest of honor at I a bathing beauty contestin
OPA engineering department of the Rotary Club Wednemlny. I which :31 Florida and Georgiacandidates
fat: of Agriculture offici- the Florida State Board of Health
increase was toie Seated at the head of the table I were Judged on I beauty
ted'I the recommends that all drinking
; for cancelled on a beautifully d e o o rated poise, personality and figure.
partly water from the Hampton
I; But whatever the dls- be boiled until this condition system no I 4 4i "throne", Miss Edmondson!: was I Mayor II. A. Prather of Jacksonville -

1 situation might be, or longer exists. presented with a lovely corsage Beach placed the coroneton
L for an I of pink rosebuds and tuberoses, a the queen's head at the climax -
of the cause Notice will be given when the
andstew gift from the club. Tho presentation of the ball. Little Miss
f consumers water shows safe
price
only that it had been It was stated. drinking quality was made by J. Fred Guy Shirley Ann Johns of Jacksonville

lavallable only in smallest i 9 JI who served as one of the thrc:.' presented a bouquet of roses.

>K' local judges when Mine Edmond Miss Nettlnrll Mlckler, who was

g 'V son was originally selected to represent Miss! Jacksonville Beach of 1946.
for weeks, 200 State !
I been the case Guard Starke at the Festival: was maid of honor and the remaining -
Lklng and salad fats andgh
on the list of scarcl- I it i, 1.. A. J, Thomas president of the contestants formed theQueen' '

i Now At Chamber of Commerce the organization court.

BlandingTwo s sponsoring Mills Ed- The candidates were presented
Irket at the Tipr
manager mondson at the Festival\ gave a by Jimmy Edmondaon nationally-

Market said "Bacon Is brief talk In which he describedthe known radio comedian of NBC,
\\e. In fact, we can't get hundred officers and enlisted V :
:, f wonderful cooperation on the who enthusiastically claimed the
men of the Florida State i /
cuts,
: now. Most pork Guard will close the third annual : .part of numerous local Individualsin queen to be a relative of his. The
out f the
veal are o Instructors' carrying out the necessary details ; connection however was found! to

For the moment, we School at Camp r r, of entering a candidate In be In coincidence of namtm only

low where we'll get our week's Blanding tomorrow following a t 4a a 4 the contest. He introduced Lucian This week Miss Edmondsnn was
out training in duties of the
i week. Bread runs state militia I Conner C of C secretary aijd In receipt of an Invitation to enter -

l>n. Sometimes It's no .1 Mrs. Conner, both of whom played the lain Dixie contest at Day

i rice, no grits: no but- Representing 18 towns their, L w Important parts in the arrange- .tona Beach July 4th. with the

|ird, no bacon. Evenand cities the men return to ments. award an assurance of entry Into
cold cuts are down units to conduct classes for the ,
i 7 Preceding this part of the program 'the national contest at Atlantic

n i supply. larger personnel. Late techniqueand 1 t P # r a vocational! talk was givenIn City.
able to buy around 30 methods are taught In sub-
which J. II. Dupe gave a report The lovely young lady daughterof
r[ butter In a period of ,jects pertinent to Internal security '
on the operation of the Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Edmund-
In there is little including riot control roadblocks
soaps
: Starke: Coca Cola Bottling Co., son of Graham was a graduatethis
We have guard against sabotage
3hlng powder. under the management of J. Fred year of Bradford High School.
I field sanitation and marksman-
supply of toilet soaps Guy, As a gesture of good will The honors rendered Saturday. It

[because they are used ship.The from the company each person was reported have brought no

titles, and require less State Guard organized to present was served an lest cold announced change In her plans

I In manufacture." fill a gap in services created by bottle of Coca Cola. for a career as hair-dresser and

believed that a reduction the National Guard's absorptioninto designer notwithstanding the fact

naumptlon of vegetables the Armed Forces will con- that the judges Included August

attributed to the lack of tinue until such time as the' na- Marks Brands Krelger talent scout for. Warner

[ale tional units are reactivated. First Brothers) Miss Edmondson will
,Pictured above with Bradford County's prise-winning beauty Miss Martell Edmond.onv'are (left

!, weiners, cold cuts and 'Instructors' school was held at August Kreiger, talent' scout for Warner Bros. Studios! Hollywood Calif., and (right) Jimmy Ed- I enter the University of Miami fora
Blanding I In 1944, and the secondat beautician's and later
: Must Be RecordedOwners course,
|t holding up best re- mondson nationally-known radio cemedlan of the NC network.
A elk P Grocery. Orlando'last year. will accept an apprenticeship In a

I been no beef in a longe Major General Albert H. Blan- .. 'r Miami: beauty shoppe.

supply about half our ding of Tallahassee former chiefof of live stock In this for selection aq. Starke.. representative
British War Brides Like US.But Not Our Tea! will henceforth record
for bread We have all the National Guard Bureau In county was made May Slat
marks and brands with John M.
at Junior Woman's
and Gen- a Club dance
swe need however, and Washington Brigadier .. I
| P I Ii not limited as to eral Vivian B. Collins of St. Augustine Scott, chief supervisor of the by Judges Mrs. Paul IB. Canova. ,
By Bill Duncan British {able but no longer. Meat by the way a truck la a "lorry," I Marks and Brands division' P. O.
i4. Laundry r We the Adjutant General ad- Jr., Mrs. W C. Powell and J.
soap is terribly scarce. As to what I and for that matter street cars : Box 183 Gainesville with. officesIn
tonally, but it's dressed the men during the week. from the to Fred Guy. Mrs W II. Mundy.
gen- The English
change It's such slim "trams,
like living on rations are dcugglats: are "chem- the Beagle building. The re-
it We still Officers in Immediate charge Included ; I Jr., and Mrs. Jeanette"D. Kincaid
have
i "
the American way of life would Mrs. Bennett shrugged her I Lets a radio'' is the "wireless"and cordingwas previously made withA.
I toilet in Col. E. D. Veatel, of St. were her 'advisors in her choice
soap good C. O. of the State be quite a problem we had heard. shoulders and said limply "You Its tubes are "valves," which J. Thomas clerk of the circuit of swimsuit and accessories, and
Augustine "
get used to It. gives a rough Idea), E. L. i
you
court.E. .
I'
Guard Lt.-Col. Hugh A. Senneff Not so, according to three war I Mrs. Lucille C. Conner served asher
Grocery & Market Griffis Is
hadI also at the Green Cove
For some reason, although
about of Fort Myers executive: officer brides now in Bradford County. sugar : I J. Dowllng Jr., Bradford I chaperone and a 11 e ndant.
cooking fata: la in Cuba naval base! as a' storekeeper.
produced nearby
Inspector, said this week that cattlemen Transportation to Jacksonvilleand
Richard D. Hill of West i
get about a case aver Major director of training One quickly learns that the people and south Florida there Is not the I' There was a quick comparing of have until July 1, 1947 to the beaches was provided by

Id to over two. We sell and Palm Major Beach Elmer .R. Williamson, of the two countries share the scarcity of it In England that notes Monday when the girls met make the proper recording but I Mrs. Mundy and Mr and Mrs.

a customer. If we of Supply. same likes and dislikes funda- there Is here. I one another for the first time. that he urges all owners to make : Fred F Stump .
I It In of Leesburg. Supervisor
smaller quantities commanders were Lt.- mentally. That discovery makesIt It's the relative plentifulness of Bennett asked Mrs. Orlffls with their applications as soon as pos A large crowd witnessed the

"Itatiiy delivered do that. If the ,Col.Company John W. HoUlster, of Jacksonville rather easy sailing and be- food and clothing, though that Is Bennett asked Mrs. Orlffl with sible. He stated that he will I! Festival which was sponsored by

>s early we're George C. Russ, of sides, the wives of E. L. Griffin one of the more thrilling things the curiously informal politeness assist stockmen In this Important : the Beach Chamber of Commerce.Judges .

out by 11 a. m. For Tallahassee, Capt.and Capt. George A. and Alvin Howard, of Starke and about life In the States. At flr.t.Mrs. which Is foreign to 'the more. direct matter and will be available each I..i were: Rear Admiral A C.

counter there Is little Barber of Gainesville. 1st Lt. William Johnny Bennett of Lawtey, are Howard and Mrs. Grlffis American behavior, 'Doesn'tthe' Saturday at the Dowllng Brothers I McFall and Vice Admiral C. U.

iit-hama shoulder cuts Bracewell of Pensacola finding themselves busy with lots were fascinated byrJour grocery I climate make you lazy?"- All Bale Barn north of Starke on Mason of* Ponte Vedra; August

flops to be had. We havery T. Robert of things besides the so-called stores. Mrs. Bennett thought It I agreed about this summer Highway 134Chapter Krelger of Warner Brothers, Hollywood -

"W soap, but" can't get was Chaplain.and 1st Lt.Capt Charles L. "adjustments." There are little awfully nice In the shops, where weather; each warmer day Is hotter 22386, the General ; Mrs. F Thomas of Washington
Brown
grades. Army were boys to care for and the household one may buy dresses, and shoes than any ever experienced In Laws of 1949 provides for the Ga., and Mrs. J. J. Fllas
i aid! that as ror butter. Haines of the Regular duties that go with makinga and hats without a ration card. England which the map shows Is record of the Information as well of Jollet. III. '

I Percent none. Nobody'slet attached as Instructors. comfortable home for onetime Mrs. Howard Is from Cornwall In the same latitude as Labrador.But as the Inspection of marks and The cities represented In the
because The movement of troops to throes of being at St. Ive's they're looking forward to
of the meat soldiers now In the was married there brands of livestock slaughtered or contest Included New Smyrna
t lt', Blanding was by motor convoy 1944. Her husband our mild winters.
definitely less. Our domesticated. Church In April, sold on foot In their respective Melbourne Cocoa Jacksonville.

'It happens, is holding from Tallahassee, Marlanna Ocala, Mrs. Griffls, of course Just fought In France and Ger- All exprea gratitude for the counties. Application for brand Live Oak Macclenny Palatka

''e lave so far been for- Gainesville Pensacola. Jacksonville came over-two weeks ago; It all many after their marriage. Little reception given them here by I record requires a statement of Daytona Beach Eft. Augustine

bolding up much of our Winter Haven St. Augustine seems a bit strange yet though Alvin Jr., Is 20 months old. strangers' as well as friends and the location of marks on hips, Tltusvllle St. Cloud DeLand.*
of Bradenton
merchandise because Falatka Tampa. she's been made extra happy with Journeying over on the S. 8. relatives. Everybody takes them ribs, shoulder neck and jaw and Bunnell and Fernandlaa. and

rntlc s business during the Miami West Palm Beach Day the gift of an Oldsmobile from Alexandria with 1000 other English right In, It seems. As Indeed ears the name of the brand and Folkston. Qultman. Klngsland and

Fade washing powders tona Beach, Fort Lauderdale Fort her husband and delighted with wives and their babies she why shouldn't we ? A little studyof Information as to whether or not Waycross, Georgia.

Pierce Leesburg and Eustis. outings at Hampton Beach and docked at New York and came almost history shows that the American the applicant now has marks and

Indicated an encourag4picture. Klngsley Lake. ; Immediately south by train strain is considerably of brands recorded In any county.All. Revival Under

t with the state- Owners of Dogs r But there are a 'number of arriving here the 6th of May..The British descent. The Influx of such marks and brands will Way r

."OUr own bakeries deL I the States don't have they Howards have taken an' apart War brides .we feel Issymbolic of be ,considered abandoned if notre At School House,
RemindedOf things .
10: supply our custo- Are ; "{ l It from the English, ment on South Walnut Street.! the strengthening bond 'between -recor4** beforethetlnnl, .,date.A '

Probably 90 percent of Muzzling Laws I II'the find.Americans Fake are yet to acquirethe Mrs. Griffin came over on theS. the two countries, charge of 11.00 Is' made for each The -R.v.\A. R. iHoefler4Taatorof ,

demand( and without I hot tea. recording which accompanies the Calvary Baptist Church Brad-
'art of brewing good 8. Holbrook with 800 wives
hate until 3:30: p. m. "We are constantly faced 'with ,' unthinkable Young People application and If the mark or enton, who Is conducting a seriesof
Iced tea is practically ; and children and-Teached Starke
,
buy' near of rabies and the only brand Is not available th. amountIs revival meetings In the highschool
enough from
the danger Irritating than
first
bakeries and tea balls more the 6th of this mor.th. She Back From MeetingB.
however. control of this diseaseIs returned. auditorium yesterday Issued
to We effective amusing. But Alvin Howard solved met her husband three years ago.
Purchase In the the following statement:
pork chops the control of dogs that Important problem. He when he was stationed near C. HolUendorf Jr, Barney '

'e i owe or twice a week, community" Dr. A. Y. Covlngton. looked all over Starke and Gainesville Northampton, her home town In McRae, Jr.. Vivian McRae and 'Spiritual Feast' "To all churches of Starke and

a buying- Western beet director of the Bradford County until he found a real teapot the section known as the Mid- Charles Knight returned home ConductedAt Bradford County: We are not
ass Be
or two stated yester- To fighting or tearing down the
of butter Health Department and Mrs. Howard is obviously lands. They were married therein Monday after'attending a Young P

ut 30 pounds to the day. happier for it.Sometimes All Saint's Church last August People's Conference of the Presbyterian Baptist ChurchAll churches, but we are conductingthese

louvewlves Soap situation is bad. "The City of Starke has an or- according to British I J 1 23rd.- Her sister. Mrs. Peggy Church. which was, held In I services for the'good of the

J'I 10 saved grease dinance that requires the muzzlingof we over-season or add too Gray wife of an ex-soldier In Sebrlng. Christians are Invited to a churcbea and community and for
the groceries at -tc loose within taste ''Nashville to due In Spiritual feast starting Mondayand the cause Jesus. lb tt't. We
l:hat all dogs running much to our food. Take cabbage.The Tennesuee Charles Knight was elected to
Particular shortage the city limiU." Dr. Covington English Just like their cabbage \ (the States In a week or so. the Stewardship Committee, and continuing through Friday as are asking every pastor'and every
"P. but the Rev. T. H. York of 'Tampa love Jesus Christ to support. this
uuo only the continued. "The warm weather boiled with a little salt I' Mrs. Bennett halls from the B. C .Holtzendorf was elected to
wt. are being turn- that will continue for a period of not creamed "and all city of Bristol which was B. C. Holtzendorf was elected to representative of the Horn Mission love Jesus Christ t<> ruopprt this
added I|large
campaign for the salvation of
PWjr of toilet soap several months Is the season when Mrs. Bennett Is finding she bombed (Mrs. Griffin and both of the Senate of Westminster, Board working with the
r 2J1'; at the moment Therefore that. partially huts.NShe I II : Latins In Tampa, comes to the souls as we continue on In this
pravalent. Presbyterian Young
mayonnaise Fellowship
Is most "stick" the )
QIIt rabies really can't Mrs. Howard escaped
series of Souls being
( meetings. are -
brand be First Baptist Church to bring
owners cannot on the Idiomatic -I I husband while at- People. Barney McRae was elect
from the nation all dog ("stick" Is a trifle met her saved and Christians revived.
as to muzzle their treasurer of the North Florida ringing and challenging messagesIn
a too strongly urged side, meaning as we mightsay [ a carnival and was mar ed
) )some variance In animals and help prevent this with similar lack of logic I I bled tbe 9th of March. Her lively Presbyteral of Young People. a week of Christian growth. Come and mighty praying things and expecting from God.great"
bulhCrtages In various community"The P' Now Is the day for reconsecra-
deadly disease In our that she doesn't "gfor" mayonnaise I I youngster David Leslie Is two'
DlOlt tlon and rededlcatlon and our
!It Health Department Is cooperating Irish potatoes however half old. The trip To MeetThe
18111e experieflwere officialsIn ). and a years I Legion youth facing an uncertain future Christian Church
I, with the city prepared in the same varietyof over-they were lucky. The
the are need to be strengthened and havea
ti scarcity: of meat bringing this matter to the attention dishes In both countries. The Queen Mary, no less, with 100 I regular meeting of the
secure Christian background Services at the Christian Church
action mUch greater than of the public. Every Individual British are getting lots of pota- war brides and 600 babies. She Jones-Langford-Whlte Post of the
and testimony to face toe problems for Sunday June 23 will be as
a'' Relief In flour who owns or keeps one or toes these days to make up for reached Starke the 6th of April. American Legion will be held in
of the present day. This Is Follows: Bible School 10 a. m;
expected
with the Is directed to comply that are lacking. the hall Tuesday night June 25,
'a more dogs other staples husbands all are employed
-heat The not denominational 11 EvenIng
a program Morning Worship a. m.; -
harvestthe: on muzzling.CoL to Mrs. Crlffis, who at 8 o'clock. All members are
ordinance
11I the According
meat was with last within convenient distance of nor a revival meeting, but a weekto Worship 8 p. m. The Rev. W.
alleged to be .
Southampton
by from urged present.Mrs.
been Precipitated by and MrsTa: : J. Griffin of embarked the food situation In Starke. Johnny Bennett Is with learn more of the expectationsof 'O. Smedley.-pastor will preach at
ales who Sunday In May 27th Green sawmill at High the Lord from Christians and both morning and evening ser
spent the Lee i
were holding St.- Augustine "worse than ever. D. B. White of FernandlnaIs
Is now
pending O. W. Griffin Britain land. Alvin Howard Is a truck of His way for our growth In II vices. Everyone Is Invited to
lotrl.
t a rise In Starke with ? Its true m u t ton frequently the guest of her mother inns.siaa I ,
Mutton!
P4 SehtnTollow> removal and at Klngsley Lake with Mrs. used to appear on the driver at preen CQVS (}jn England.1( raaaaara. ,i Christian. ttrace. I ID come and worship.

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1 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKB. FLORIDA RIDt.Il'
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. . .. e Annie R. Norman. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis. Cave Pauline No. C.1818.ORDER dimming.. Defendant. County, Pin.

: THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Farmer of Mrs. W. M. Rhoden of Baker OF PUBLICATION 6-M 4t 8-21-Mra. W B 1IUb
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
State Farm Jacksonville were visitors of Mr. County came Sunday for a stay I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Pauline tlprkCOI
and Mrs. J. H. Hundley and Mr. with her son-in-law and daughter, f'. Cumimlnir, whose residence I Is isr <<:'IR sir<<: (01'1"1'

Established 1877B. By Mm. Bryan WMtfiehl 'and Mrs. W. H. Williams Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis. West Grove are required State of to Pennsylvania.You appear on. CERY. Y' FLOIUU\I 8114 I, ,

L. Matthews _____ ________ Editor and Owner . e . . and Mrs. T. W. Offline and Together with Mr. and Mrs. July lat, 1948, In the above named Elizabeth. Ill. "r Sander, {
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff L.. PI
BIRTHDAY PARTY ,baby and Mrs. W. I* Armstrong I Melvln McKinney and daughters, narks divorce. Bradford County Case No. 4812 Sunders" bn,

r lils.fc nl Weekly .eon Friday and Entered tuf Second Class Matter Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Rlcharde returned to their home In Dover' Misses Margaret and Marie, of Telegraph next four hall weekly publish Issues.Witness this. OrderIn ANDEOTICEPCOLICA7I

U the Post-Office at Starke Florida honored their daughter, Jane | Monday after having: visited Mr. Starke Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Rob- my hand and official STATE 010' APPt
and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and Mr. erts spent the past week at seal at Starke, Florida, this May Lee Sanders, FLORIDA 10
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with a birthday party at the 29th, 1948. who,
!
and Mrs. O. B. for a Gatorbone" lake Keystone addrexs Is r.'ld'b,
Thompson near
A.rrlman
Klngsley Lake home of Mr. and (OFFICIAL SEAL)Court.J Thomas.An Charlie no'd
I' Heights. During! their stay they Clerk of said Carolina.Sanden, Ueoraetexe.
It Seems That. Mrs. J. H. Bitch Saturday after- week.Mrs. By Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
noon. Following: a swim the hon-1 Resale Bradley and sons, had several exciting fox hunts )r. O. Brown, Starke, Florida JulyOletBr19i8ginrthr '
Clinton and Jack Wayne, of Jack- and caught many fine bass, the Atty. for Plf. 8-31. tt 6-21 and t9D.,
and her guest were
oree cause.
young
WhPrein
luci- --
been noted for its
Bradford County has long seated at the dining room table 'sonville were guests of Mr. and size of one fish caught by Mr. NOTICN seeks maIden divorce and PI
strawberries and beautiful girls. If "Doubting that of the Notice la hereby given that the name "'
.us any which was centered with a choco- Mrs. J. H. Hundley from Saturdayuntil Roberts equalling Telegraph Shall -DradroNl JBfi.
Thomases" existed concerning the pulchritude of local late cake beautifully decorated Monday. proverbial one. undersigned Is engaged In business In next tour we.kly'IeWll!

femininity, proof conelusive came last week in the i with yellow favors and holding I Mrs. J. W. Dyke of Tampa I Leslie Bradley went to Roswell under HreBS the Shop fictitious and Beauty name Salon of Leila's,(( on Witness 1948tarke my hnnd Florida souse

crowning of. 1iss Martell Edmondson as Queen of the I lelght lighted tapers. Place cards visited Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner .Ga., Tuesday. He will work at East Call St., Starke, Fla., and In-1 I (OFFICIAL, Ih
June Moon Festival at Jacksonville Beach last Saturday were attached to dainty yellow during the past week-end. 'Grasavlew Farms there with his tends to register the said fictitious! A" Clerk of SEAL Bald) *. I '

night. Miss Edmondson was sponsored in the contestby I baskets that were filled with Ieandles. | J. A. Bouvier Jr., spent' Friday I brother-in-law. Gerald Cox, for name In the Office of the Clerk of I T.Ry Frank Lucille C Conner Court D. C

the Starke Chamber of Commerce, and those who There were many at- and Saturday with Mr. tW-Mrs. ,the remainder of his summer vacation the Circuit Court of Bradford Atty. for Plf.Landrum Stark.,

know her personally, or have seen the photograph of her, : tractive packages/ at Jane's place J. A. Bouvler. He was routeto ; Mrs. J. M. Bradley and S 5.El
the :and immediately after she opened his home In Miami from Syra- her daughter, Carolyn, accompanied -
her throne will certainly agree that
smiling upon I them ice cream was served with cuse, N. Y., and Washington, D. C. Leslie as far as Jackson-
judges rendered their decision both wisely and well. slices of the birthday cake. Those Mrs. R. S. Rosier, Mrs. O. B. ville and had a short visit with When Your Tires Are Slick Time

Bradford County, long used to honors in varied I enjoying this celebration with Thompson, and Mrs. Roster's relatives there. BJTT sr MSfTm to RecRECAPPING

fields, accepts this new one with great pride and Jane and her parents were her ,guests, Mrs. W. L. Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner hadas

ure. Hail to Queen Martell! Long may she reign !pleas'I'I /grandparents, Mr: and Mra. J, H. ,.Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ogllne apent their dinner guests at JlOO: ( m AND VULCANIZiI
Ritch and Mrs. A. M. Rlcharde );Thursday of last week with relaI last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. H H. J ALL SIzE \
Linda Ann and Randy Johns and tives in Madison. Grimsley and their son and TIRES
"It is a weird thing about the groping AND
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ritch of I Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. I daughter, Bob and Joan, who were TUBES
mal that good health, which is just about the most im $i
Rivers Stubbing, their home In
Starke. Mary j W. G. Stringfellow were Mr. and en route from
in life-since it is almost all that \ 21-iiouR !
portant thing :\ Kay Partney, MIsses Lila Rae l\fn. Claude Cheesling of Atlanta ,Tampa to Pennsylvania. r SERVICE
stands between him and misery or death-is a subject June, Peggy and Frances Caldwell I i Ga., and Mrs. E. O. Allen and Mrs. Madge Bozarth, who was BEST MATERIALS

which bores him to tears." Henry Rlcharde, Mrs. J. G. '' ;Fred Clarke of St. Augustine and the matron of the prison woman's GRADE oA"RL'BBEWorkmanship

That is the way that William L. Shirer, noted Caldwell and Mrs. Bryan Whit- ;Mr and Mrs. M. D. Carter of I ward for the past five years, left ,

newspaper witiiirmtut,. describes a_ peculiar .nhpnnmpnonthat ..________n___n I field. I'1 1UKIDtiK Lawtev.Mr.- Tuesday for Miami where she will j. GuarantJ(
all of us have noted at one time or another. ]It is CI.UII MEETING: and: Mrs. J. O. Randall had I now make her home. s, PHONE 79
especially evident in the periodical fights that' must be as their visitors Sunday Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner, Jr., and little
Mrs. W. N. North used summer Mrs. J. O. 3rd have been with
Jr., famIly Martin ,
Randall and (son, ,
made locally for funds to continue the work of the I
in decorat-
flowers to advantage and Mrs. Maude Johnson of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner this
STARKE TIRE
Bradford County Health Unit. In spite of the fact ing her home for her meeting of ;,Jacksonville and Mrs. Elizabeth week. SERVICEAdjoining

that without good health all else Is without value, this the State Farm Bridge Club Wed- I Roberts and daUghter. Sharon, ot II III I Guests of Mrs. W. F. Godwin

priceless thing is taken for granted by the majority of nesday afternoon of last week. On Dukes. during the past week were Chief Temple Garage Temple Ape I

people and the subject is distinctly "boring" to many, this occasion prizes were awarded I Mr. and Mrs. H O. Bates and Petty Officer and Mrs. Wayne E.
as Mr. Shirer has pointed out. I as follows: to Miss Roberta Whit-,I j their little daughters, Barbara and I Anderson. Friends of Mrs. An-

field for high score, a handkerchief !i Nancy, left Saturday for their derson who, before her marriageon
continues "How weak
The columnist
: shockingly
I I ; to Mrs. L,. F. Chapman for former
home Billie Rtose and
Pittsfield Mass., June 8 was
and flabby we are as a people was brought to our at- second' high, a handkerchief; to '
,where they are spending their va- formerly lived here, will be Interested
tention only when the draft boards began to function I Mrs. J. R. Kite for club "bingo", ,cation with relatives. in knowing that the wed-

at the beginning of the war. They had to reject nearly': a towel and to Mrs. Hugh/ Hall I I| Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher I ding ceremony occurred In Folks- ONWAY'S
half 43 out of 100 to be exact-for for guest "bingo", cleansing tis- |
our youth- every were in Tampa from Thursday until .ton. Ga., with the vows pronounced -
physical unfitness. Since oar youth is the healthiest I sues. Mills Onie Lee Dunn was I I Saturday because of the deathof by Rev. J. E. Gilbert. '

segment of our population, the state of physical fitnessof also a tea guest. At the end of Mr. Fancher's sister, Mrs Ella Mrs. W. F. Godwin spent the &, Service Statio
Mrs. North served
the a
those above the draft age must be even worse. games Clover ettl.. Sympathy is ex- past wee ,-end with Warrant Of-
salad course.COLIUN1TY tended to Mr. Fancher.Mr. ficer Godwin at Parris Island, S.
"There is another startling fact about our national PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE
CLUB MEETINGMrs. and Mrs. C O Partneywent C. On her return trip she was
health. Despite their rugged outdoor life the American
to Candler N. C., near Ash- joined In Jacksonville by Miss
J. G. Godwin, President,
farmers and their wives and children not
are as healthyas vllle, Wednesday where Mr. Part- Edna Conatser of that city and S Oil Changing
the pent-up city folk. The country, strange as it presided over the regular meeting I I ney Is spending his vacation and by Mrs. Corrine Sadler of Memphis -
of the Club last Tues-
may seem., is not so salubrious as we thought. Accord day afternoon.Community Many colorful('Mrs. Partney Is a patient in Tenn., who visited her for : O Greasing

ing to some statistics furnished me by the Committeefor summer blossoms added beauty to Piagah Sanitarium. several days. {Waxing
the Nation's Health, deaths of mothers in child the Club Room for the meeting.Mrs. I I During the past week Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Armstrong and Mr. h

: birth are one-third higher in the rural areas than in H. O. Bates and Mrs. C. M. I Mrs. R. W. Brannen had as their ,and Mrs. Bud Ogllne" and babyof Washing

large cities. Deaths of babies in their first year are ,Turney as hostesses, served open guests Mrs. A. F. Raulerson and Dover spent last week here O PolishingTire
children of Okeechobee and Mrs.R. :with Mrs. Armstrong's brother-in-
one-fourth higher. Preventable deaths from diseases faced sandwiches with Iced tea.
I B. Raulerson and daughter of .law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. R. Repairs
such as typhoid and diphtheria higher in the
average TACKY PARTY Pahokee for supper Tuesday, Mr !S. Rosier.
country districts. Selective Service rejected 53 out of I Betty Williams entertained Car- and Mrs. H. P. Gainey of Brookerand I Mr. and Mrs.' O. B. Thompson ELECTRIC ARC WELDI

every 100() farm boys, as against 43 for the country as olyn Bradley, Kay Partney, Carolyn Cadet Perry Gainey of West .spent the week-end In Jackson-

a whole. Crews and her guest, Lillian Point for supper Friday and Miss ville with friends and relatives.IN .

"The state of health of American wageearnersalso demons of LifCrosse. Mary Eliza- Pauline Brannen of Jacksonville AMOCO GAS ONE HOUR
:: ciRcriT cornT. BRAnronnCOUNTY. -
in:: nothing boast about. It ia pointed out that beth Pringle of Auburndale, guestof Saturday night and Sunday.Mrs. FLOHlUAl IN: CHANfKRV. ; -
some 500,000,000 man-days of labor are lost annually Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews Lyn- W. W.rMcCrary and Jack ; .OIL" J>&I.,GREASE. '.
Pauline Hooper Prim, Plaintiff, :
I and Miss Elsie
McCrary
in America because of illness, and that one day's illness I|wood Watts, Dewey Thornton and Hyattof vii. Herman F. Prim, Defendant.
Jacksonville spent the past Case No. 4801.ORDER .
his guest Gerald Brannen of Lake
costs the employer an estimated one and one-half OF PUBLICATION Quaker State
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Den- ,
City, Sonny Engram Franklin
I I ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR
times the I
amount of the sick worker's
pay. ,McGuff and Kenneth Tyus at a nis Fancher and Mr. and Mrs.P. STATE OK FLORIDA to: Herman Oil
"Why are we Americans in such a wretched state tacky party Friday night at the D. Fancher. F. Prim. whose' residence la unknown -

of health? One answer seems to be that despite all our I,home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Rard Gale and You are required to appear on Sealed Containers '
little daughter, Sharon, spent Sun- July let. 1946 In the above named scnwct
prosperity, despite the world's highest living standard, !W. H. Williams. Carolyn Bradley Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
the vast majority of citizens simply haven't got the won a prize for being the tackiest day night with Mr. and Mrs. J. seeks divorce care custody and RIDE
W. Woodward control of minor children. Brad-
money to pay for adequate medical care." I and Franklin McGuff was prize having come to ford County Telegraph/ shall| pub- FLORIDAGREYHOUND AUTO LITE
winner In a contest. Several (I bring Richard Woodward who had Huh this Order In next four weekly
In Mr. Shirer's opinion, is is a "revolting scandal"if 'games were enjoyed and during'[spent the week-end with them at ISMues.Witness. BATTERIESLINES

the vast majority of American citizens are deprivedof the; party hours sandwiches and |their St. Augustine Beach home. at Starke my, hand Florida and thin officialseal M..yOFFICIAL Inc.

proper medical treatment merely because they lack cookies were served with punch.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Woodward, Richard 25th. t046. ,
the cash to pay for it. "In backward Enrope-as most I I Woodward and Mrs. Gale are A( Clerk of SEAL said)Court.A. J. Thomas, BUSSESFor

of us complacent Americans like to think of ittherewas and Mrs. Emory Townsendand spending this week with relatives By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. Safety Is
It. H. Duncan BIT Lynch BIdg. 4'IY/MN IN.r:
Julian Dobbs of Ralford Mr. I In Bay Minette and Atmore, Ala- "
scarcely a state before the which did Jacksonville Fla. '
war not see Comfort & Economy
and Mrs, M. C. Collins and children bama.
Atty. for Plf. 5-31 4t 6-21
to it, by means of national health insurance laws that of Waldo and their guests, I Mrs. Nettle Williams of Jack- Phone 147
the IV FOHI> H\\
had
poor the same access to the marvels of Of
modern Miss Eva Fay Gainey of Brooker, sonville spent last week-end with COUNTY, FLORIDA I\ CHAN: Take Care
medicine-including surgery and dentistry-as the Mrs. A. F. Raulerson and childrenof her brother and sister-in-law, CER Y. _
Erwin dimming-. Plaintiff .
rich. TS.
Okeechobee and Mrs. R. B. I .

When does this subject of health cease to be bor- Flaulerann! and daughter of Pa
hokee, Mr. and Mrs. R, W. Bran-
ing When your nextdoor neighbor comes down with !

j typhoid when the child in your home is victimized.' field nen. Mr Miss and Roberta Mrs. Whitfield Bryan Whit-and Bring on the eats Nave a Coke

by polio when the community is threatened with Kay Partney enjoyed a picnic sup-

some one of the many types of epidemic disease. Then, per and swimming at Santa Fe

indeed, the subject is no longer "boring"-it is too close Lake Thursday

home! But unfortunately, it is often too l late. Curative Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Rlcharde

medicine frequently fails, where preventive medicine and their children Jane and
would have !saved! a life. Henry attended the air show In

Let's stop being bored by the most important thing Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. .
in the Mrs. A. M. Rlcharde accompaniedthem
world-good health. Let's take an interest in .
to the city and the
spent
t our local health department, do what we can to help it afternoon with her daughter, Mrs. ffI
function more efficiently, with our cooperation; and
above all, see that it is maintained.lIn.n '

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GARAGE Off to the wide-open spaces for a day of fun. There's plenty of eats andthere.s 1 /

One-ILUf Mjl/ South of Starke on Rood U Accident Policy frosty Coca-Cola. Have Jb r /
a Coke the signal to send the day off

All Kinds of Auto 'Work Charley E. Johns flying\ ,
to a start. Ice-cold Coke brings refreshment
; to the
: friendly
ALL
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GVAIt.N'fF.lDUTO PARTS DIY OR IOllT Phone IS STARKE FLA..epreeenUno those times when you are: nearest to those who are closest
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S. C 'each night. Special musical selections and children, Arnold and Mildred, i. Mrs. J. D. Grlffis and Mr. and le set Broad Street' CPO. C b 1 (Issues. .
are heard and the of Jacksonville Itallroad Company, Oolunvliun. Ohio. I Witness my hand and official ..*rat
have been Mrs. James Swindell. '
visiting You are required to appear on 8t...k to. Florida. this JUM. 14.OKKIClAt. I
ampton "Preacher Quartette", composedof relatives here. BrookerBy Mr and Mrs. Frank Kelsey returned July 16th, 1H8, in the above named .. 1
the pastors of the three Court and """... wherein plaintiff ( KEAIJ ,A..1. T*--.
home in Starke
to their
Mrs. J. B. Rouse and daughters seeks divorce and Cuntody and A* Clerk cf .said Court. ;
aIJ'I.l'f. V. Sweeney churches and Bro. Piper, has received Janice and Gloria, and little San Mrs T.V. Iarkey after visiting their parents, Mr.. Control of Minor Children. Ilrait- Hy urllle O. Conner I). C.
quite an ovation. Folks . ford County Telegraph, nhall puhlliih > 01'..." A <1r.*n, Hlark, riorWaAttyi.
.
aU. .
. dra Saxon, of Pompano. visited a e and Mrs. A. H. Kelsey, for two thin Order In next four weekly .. for Plf 4.1i .l ,-.
.

CO of":d the week is attending throughout and the the entire co-operation county are of I Mr.Mr. and and Mrs.Mrs E.B.C. Y.Mtoros Saxon on Fri-and and Mr.son and, Ronnie Mr. Lee Norman, of Jacksonville Rogers. weeks Mrs. Joe H. Kelsey was a business .r._;;:""_..,.-_,,..-...,_-."........"..,.,.,.,.,,,.,.....,.i, .$1.----.I:-.-'.".' lli....,,..14IIINlr411-. ,nIWL,-,I ,IA,4I-,-,-.,.,,I,..,. ,,, llelu14nIfNYaUnAIIAA..load.. !,, :; ..

laiIIlnterest all denominations is outstanding day en route on a vacation tripto i were visiting Mr. and Mrs visitor to Lake City Monday \
at the MethoI10" and gratifying in this .
Bevival great Georgia and North Carolina. O. A. Gay and :Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
arch,;, which continues with Elmer on spiritual meeting. The meetingswill Charles Dennison! of Gainesville Parrish last week W. A. Swindell was a business I GRADE A --- HANDLED MOP
close
week Sunday evening June visitor In Jacksonville Monday ,
second
Evangelist t. as speaker 23, and a record crowd Is expectedto spent Sunday as the guest of his Miss Mary McGauley of Jack- Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs
r, son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and sonville and -Miss Jeanette ,
attend week-end services. Mc- Calvin Hall on the birth of twin 16 oz. 75c each '20 oz.-$1.00 each
Mrs. A. C. Dennison. Gauley of Palatka pent part of
boys at Glendale Hospital In
WATCHserves BROWNPARKERFriends Mrs. Jessie Morgan of Jackson- last week here with Mr. and Mrs. Palatka, Friday June 14.
JOUR will be interested to ville In visiting relatives here this Ray Green and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rev. Squires of Palatka filled

the Best hear of the marriage of Miss Dim- week. I Stewart and other friends and rel- his regular appointment here Sun- Repair Service on Perfection& Nesco
ple Parker and Carl L. Brown on atives.
Miss Ernestine Morris spent day at the Baptist Church.
Friday, May 31 The ceremonywas last week-end In Palatka, as the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Edwardsand Don't forget to attend church. Oil Cook Stoves

performed in Georgia. For guest of Mr. and Mrs. Matthews. daughter, Marie, were shop- I Cottage prayer services are being
I the present they are making their Billy Dees, of West Lake Wales ping In Starke Saturday after held each Tuesday at homes in ,

home with Mrs. Brown's parents, is spending a few days with noon. the community. Last Tuesday at
1MI'. and Mrs. John H. Parker. friends and relatives. I I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardy of the home of Mrs! J. P. Dickinsona Imported

iff ret***** Miss Marlon Clare Johns, of Cyril PIckren, of Gainesville, [Gainesville visited :Mr. and Mrs nice crowd attended.Presbyterian India Coco Door MatsNo.012.'x20"
Waldo, spent several days last has been the guest of Bruce Max Paul Stewart one day last week.
REPAIRLjstworthy week visiting Miss Barbara Horne well. | Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Buzzard ChurchA $2 ea. X>. 2-16'.x27' $2.75

Senator and Mm. Charley E. land son of Jacksonville were visit- No. 1-H"x2l" $2.25 No. .18"x30" J.X25
Service Mrs. J. T. Guy had as guests patriotic service will be held
Johns and daughter. Markeley- ing here last week.
last week-end Mrs. J. J. Pickren I Sunday morning, June 23, at 11
and daughter, Virginia Lou, of ann were visiting friends here j I' Mr. and Mrs T. W. Markey o'clock In the Presbyterian
[ F. Strong Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. See- Sunday. and E. J. Lewis and daughter
ley : Church. Patriotic songs will be a True Test Baby Strollers $10.50
ber Goodman and little daughter. I Betty Jacksonville and Ethel Mae Durlingof Iva Mae, made business trip to special feature, and Dr. Dryson -

Harriet, of Starke. Mrs. Is spent Saturdayand Lake Butler Friday.
West Call St.BL Guy will frankly consider In his sermon -
1ST Sunday at their home here.
serving as one of the Vacation | Mrs Eugene How Inetz and chil- "Why I Love America". If
JEWELER Mr. and Mrs. T. C. ChastaIn
\ND1NG
I Bible School Teachers in Starke I dren of Miami are visiting here. you are concerned about our coun- FOSTER'S ASPHALT FIBRE ROOF COATING
1911 have as their guests this week,
SINCE this week. Miss Madeline Green of Jacksonville try and its problems come and
I Mrs. Chastaln's sister, Mrs. Virgie 5 GALLONS; J2.R5:
Miss Florrle Gnann of Jackson- | spent a few days here last hear this discussion. You are wel
Addison of Ocala, and Mrs Lizzie
MBisagBj I ville Is visiting her cousins, of Jacksonville. ,week with her parents, Mr. and come. Special music by the choir. FOSTER'S ROOF CEMENT 50 lb. Can $2.85
Wynn
JBjt BdBBBlBB Mrs .Dave Green. of the church
Misses Norma and Joan Sweeneyand The young people
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Edwardswere and Sunday School have returned
Miss Sylvia May. machines, Scotch ,
Stapling tape
RANGEJUICE In Jacksonville Wednesday from the Young People's Conference
Jim M In ton! of. Tampa has been paper punches, all types account
BRADFORD HARDWARE CO..IYNWIIIaIIIaIW.IINIIIYIIIIIIa6,41m41YIdLiI
i Mrs Eugene Ellis of Worthington held at Sebring. They have
the guest of his brother, Aaron books, ring binders' a n tl many .
was here
Springs visiting great plans for a live Young Peo
Minton.Mr. other Items at the Bradford
,Wednesday afternoon of last ple's organization. Preparationsare
.
and Mrs. Ferman Wyatt County Telegraph.Venetian ,, hi ,iiiiiillioll..1IIIIluIII1I'II.ii. 4H
week. being made also to organizea '''' "J INII4111NIIuwIINIIGI.IIIY' '

Mrs. Will. Andrews of New River Men's Club in the Church, which .

Fresh Daily! ,was visiting her sister Mrs. J. C. will become a reality shortly

Cone, last Friday afternoon. I
I-2 OZ cup ______ .10 Blinds I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crews Church Of Christ

((3 ______ .20 'and daughter, Margie Sue, of
its ____ 35 FOR HOME: AND OFFICE I I I Jacksonville were week-end guests I III I The Church of Christ, W. Her-
'. EXPERTLY MEASUREDAND of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry. I ron, minister, announces
un ______ 1.25 ';. II I Lard's'
INSTALLED Mrs. Eva Clemons and daughter lowing services for next

{\Ve Repair Them Also I Evon, of Worthington Springs Day: Subject for the morning lesson .
have moved here and have an 11 a. m.; "What Shall Be
'E HAVE ADDED I I.apartment with Mr .and Mrs. Earl My Decision?" At 7:43: the minister -

GASSETT EXCHANGE STOREE. .Green. I will discuss, "Who Lied, the .
A NICE LINE OFGROCERIES Little Miss Charlene Hardy of Angel or the Preacher?" Bible

Gainesville spent part of last week Study each Wednesday 7:45: p. m.
[ CALL ST. STARKE, FLA. [ here with Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Ladles' Bible Class Thursday 2

Hardy. p. m. All are Invited to these be cool

& MEATS i I Bill Plummer of Jacksonville services

was here Wednesday of last week NI\V: REM"I: >TO"TON rouT- x in a freshly
I visiting Mrs.' J. C. Cone and son,
"MAKE IT A MILLION !" Clyde. 1In..'': typewriters",. 1)157.71); (In- 4. ,
Hmli'H tux) llriMlfunt County cleaned suit
SUNSHINE Mrs. O.V.. Barry was In Gaines. Telegraph.
ville Tuesday.

ENLIST IN A GRADE WITH . . . IN(' ('IRTI'r Nil', Kl.OIIIUtl fOI'a"r. IIHAIH'OHIIIII IN tllIvll'lMiiV \\- .

JUICES KmllcoU, Plaintiff. vlumen .
TheressaBy I':"<11"011. I>.fen. YOUR ARMY MOS N" 4:1": .. Suits that are freshly cleaned feel
(>IU)KH: OP pttnLIfATlONANI cool look 'Dol-and keep their pl'ftl&1'hat'
Mn Jam Swindell NOTIr1'0 AI'I'IAHM'rA'I' -
GROCERIES . . e .) 01 K1AIUI tu: JunesEtnllcoll e why fastidious men send their
"_' .. Army veteran who h.ld certain whose residence ,IM Job' d...
o o a" }6* t.qlt. YOU Military Occupational Specialties I K'y. and whose last known addres.M suits here for our quality dry -
703 Temple Ave.t : may reenlUt In a grad. commensurate Mrs. J. H. Kelsey and Mr. and InK which brinK new life to materials '
;'U' '$ Army' skill and Mrs. Fred Dodd, were shopping In
I i. .' with theit experience. revitalizes color, and Imparts
:
: honorably discharged Gainesville Tuesday
t Beyond Bus Station ,C#. '.<< TN t'j'. provided on th.y or w.r.alter May 12. 1945- Mrs. John Jordan and daughters fresh crispness to your summer mppi'urance. -

,,''.",". 'I!_0-,._ ., N NO.W' -and provided they reenliit b.for. Norma Lee and Willa Mae, e 11t ( Enjoy clean cool clothr e

July I, 1948. Orer three-quarters of Alachua spent Wednesday with e comfort. Call us today.
yRldgeway Marvin Ware of million hare Joined the
a men S. R. Swindelland
Mrs
their mother,
MAKE:
Owners n.w R.qular Army alr.ady. V
2a' () .P. 0.. Building IT A MILLION! Full facts are at anyJacksonville family
t'i Do Your Squeezing" Fla.Army Camp. Post or Recruiting Mrs. J. C. Cochrane returned e 1.1I0N 135
Station. home last week after visiting relatives 311
: in Georgia for two weeks ROBT. nl 01l1.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Railey were j Temple
IVROLIT DIALIR CAR-SERVICE IS YOUR BEST CAR-SAVER called to attend the funeral of I GREEN /is !gt

Mrs. Rally's father in Andalsla, Commercialand Owner Ave'

Ala., last Saturday. We all sym
pathize with them in their loss PortraitPhotographers
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?A6k ksgnl I W. S. Sibley and Mrs. Delaney
Dickinson were In Palatka Friday -

I afternoon on business.
I I Mrs. J. E. Ousley of Perrine
spent last week with her sister
+ greeting Card ..
Miss Ida Hagan. ..,
I Mrs. Elsie Bell Garrett of Green Photo Supplies:>>
f I Cove Springs visited her mother,
StationeryHollywood
I Mrs. J. P. Dickinson and family .'{ ,I

(over the week-end.
I Mrs. James Moore of Valdosta,

Ga., was visiting her aunt. Miss

Ida Hagan, and molner.: Mr J. \'"
I IB. Ousley. Mrs. Ousley accom-

Ipanled her home to spend the '
Camera and
summer months.Mr. .
( and Mrs. Clifton of Palatka
attended church here Sunday and 4''C .

laney visited Dickinson.at the home of Mrs. De-j i Gift Shop /

Grlffls and son.
Mrs. Sidney Geneva Call Street at Railroad /.t't!: > .. \ _
Sid Jr., of Lake spent :::: J oo. -

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SOCIETY June Moon Queen On ThroneMiss Miss Louise Stern Karl Johnson of Moody Field Present. It was stated i
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and CLUBS Ga., spent the weekend here with much as I.
Heard In RecitalMiss his family was expected a fa at,' ,larger a:

I a Yr Louise Stern, talented Milton Brownlee of Gainesville Tuesday, June the nen

I Durshimer-Selley Baptist W. M. S. Starke pianist and student of spent the weekend here with his officers. would be 18th.nL ei<

Met In Church r Agnes Green Bishop was presented mother, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. date.
Mr. and Mr!!. F. L. Durshlmer In recital Friday evening,

announce the engagement and ap. The Woman's Missionary Society /June 14 at 8:30: o'clock by the Retail Merchants Harley F Strong, foul I I
proaching marriage of their of the First Baptist Church Jacksonville College of Music. who circulate,. the
daughter Margaret Virginia, to held its "regular monthly Meeting Beginning with the Preamble Meeting Is Set tlon for the groups orlll
Frederick Irving Selley, son of at the church Tuesday afternoon. from 6th Violin Sonata (Bach- Stated that those 0
Mrs. Helen Selley of New Bedford Mrs. L. G. Powell, leader of Circle Heinze), the program included The pre-arranged meeting of the pressed enthusiastic afire

Mass. One, wan In charge of the program .x Prelude and Fugue In D Major Retail Merchant's Association was the Association's sup
The marriage will take placeon and aha was assisted by (Bach), Etude Op. 10 No.3 I held at the Courthouse Tuesday The next meeting progr&:

Sunday, June 30, In the First Mrs. Blanchard Law and Mrs. i i'T (Chopin), Etude Op. 25 No. 6 I evening, with 11 business owners I 18 p. m? In the wit
N Courthn4r
Presbyterian Church, immediately I Arch Thomas. Mrs. H. I* Hough, 4, (Chopin), Ballade Op. 47 (ChopIn 40...... .... ,- ._ -"- _..,-- .
following morning services. president of the society presided ), Rhapsodie Op. 79 No. 2 -- --

. No Invitations are being sent, over the business meeting during (Brahms), Second Arabesque (De-
I but a"\ friends of the couple are which plans were made for raising bussy), Lento (Cyrill Scott) and
\ invited to attend.MottTaylor. $200 to contribute to the Rondo from Sonata Op. 24 (von t'
Southern Baptist program for rehabilitation Weber), ....

! in Europe. This Attending the recital from
amount Is the quota that has been Starke were Mr. and Mrs. W. A.

! Mrs. James R. Mott of Brooker set,for the Missionary Society Stern, Miss Lucille Mitchell, Miss

, announces the engagement of her The following members were appointed Jean Davis. Mrs. C. F .Ward and '
daughter Bonnie Lou to Elton C. as a nominating committee Mrs Chris Johnson of Gainesville. .r
I
i Taylor, son of Mr and Mrs. N. E. to nominate new officers for

Taylor of Worthington Springs. next year: Mrs. S. E. Sparks, 'Birthday Party 4 tK qw'
i The wedding will be solemnized chairman, Mrs. A. J. Thomas, /'T
I Sunday afternoon, July 7, at & Mrs. G. A. Anderson, Mrs. Wesley For Lex Green Jr.
I o'clock In the Brooker Baptist Andrews, Mrs- V. H, Carden, and \ N i
Church. No invitations have been Mrs. L. D. Haines 17i9 Lex Green, Jr., and 25 of his

I sent, but all friends of the couple The meeting was adjournedwith z young friends enjoyed a Wild
r are invited. a prayer by Mrs. Sparks. West picture at the Park Theatre

f A reception will be held In the : ja Friday afternoon, when his e
I Community Center immediatelyafter Mr. and Mrs. Graham mother, Mrs. R. A. Green entertained L 8
In celebration of his eighth A
[ the ceremony.WigginsGoodloe. 1
Hosts at SupperMr. birthday anniversary. ert

Following the movie, the boys arS4
and Mrs. William H. Gra-
roasted welners in the spacipusbackyard P'
ham were hosts at a chicken and J' 4cc e
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wiggins of spaghetti supper Thursday nightof d, LLhI of the Green home on yc
Walnut Street. Favors were red
Keystone Heights announce the last week at their home on ,
engagement of their daughter, Clark St. The occasion was Mrs.Graham's and blue pirate caps, trimmed
Edwina to William Ben- with white skulls and crossbones. v1I
Marjorie birthday anniversary.' {ihc$ :
ton Goodloe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Enjoying! their hospitality were I Mm. Green was assisted In entertaining ,

John Lewis Goodloe of Staunton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy, Mr. and I the young folks by Miss
Kate Struth, Mrs. L. H. Jennings, Via
Va. The wedding will be an event I Mrs. Guy Sale, Mr. and Mrs. Bill I
of August. Miss Wiggins attended Powell, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wainwright and Mrs. N. B. Rosier.

school at DH3. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wood,
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Monteith, Mr. Young People .

Baptist MenEntertain and Mrs. James Dennis, Mr. and Enjoy Hobo PartyThe JI
Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr.. Mrs. B. E. I
Wives Fuller, and Mr. and Mrs E. A.
Rev. and Mrs. W. J. .,_,_. ._ ._ _
Rowton of Gainesville Martell Edmondson is shown above as she looked when _ n____
Thursday night of last week the I seated on her throne as Queen of the June Moon Festival at Jacksonville Churchwell entertained local teen
r men of the Brotherhood of the I Beach laat i agers last Friday evening with a
I First Baptist Church were hosts Ladies Auxiliary Saturday.Well I hobo party given In the Methodist

I to their wives at the home of H. recreation building. Each guest
The Ladles of :
the
Auxiliary was requested to come dressedas
A. Lawson. Guest speaker was
L. K. Edwards, Jr., State Brother Presbyterian Church will meet a tramp and a prize was givento Fins & Feather
Tuesday night at 8 o'clock at the' Miss Oleta Green and George
! hood and from
president Layman
home of Mrs. E. M. Davis. Mrs. I Roberts of Lawtey for the best
Marion County.The K .G. Duncan will be the program costumes.

meeting was presided over chairman. A water melon cutting, in true

by One A Wiggins, president, and T. B. Harding, MARGAUKT: KILEEN COLSON well Call Street has and what have you They all I 11 I to the guests, and games of various
certainly been around with declare '_ Iota .
going fun
? ? and some I kinds provided plenty of
AsBOclatlonal Brotherhood presi Mr and Mrs., Resale Colson of
its head in the clouds this week, home.packed vegetables will certainly -I amusement.
dent. Starke announce the birth of a & DRESSED POULTR.Open
ever since the news flashed out come In handy If things
dau g h tel' Margaret Eileen, on '
I
About 33 men, and their wives
that lovely Marten Edmutodsonwon continue to get scarcer and
,
I June 14 in the Alachua County
attended and enjoyed the supperof Hospital. before her marriageMrs. the bathing beauty contest scarcer ,. .. Well, now, I know Local Items

fresh corn on the cob, sliced Colson was Miss Clara at, Jacksonville Beach. Saturday where to. .drpp 1 to,.for a good meal

roast ham, salad, and ice cream. Flume.EARNER'S and was crowned queen of the' next winter when my own cup Mrs. Don McCann and two sons,
June Moon Festival! Didn'tget .
board gets bare .. Lt.-Col. Tel- Bill and Blair, of Augusta; Kansas
to attend the event myself fair Long stopped in for just a are visiting Mrs. McCann's
but those who did go report that minute' to see what was going on
parents Mr. and Mrs. W. L Blair,
Marten reigned ( over the event r Guess ha was taking mental of Starke. Mr. Blair recently returned Friday June 21

SUPPLYCORNER with'as ,much.l aaAuranc and i poise notes,'like'I was, on who to visit from 'Burlington,"Kansas, ,
'
as if she'd been doing that sort next winter I.where he was called to attend the
of thing' all her life A letter .. ..... I funeral services of his aister. 105 WEST CALL ST.-Net. To Alvarez Si
10TII &: CHERRY STREETS received locally this week from Good to; see Ros.' Williams and I
I
'X ; the Beach Chamber of Commerce niece, Joan Dobrow (West Palm Mr, and Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorfhad
/ MIKE M RtiCA. OwlierComplete states that'August Kreiger, War- Beach) visiting old friends here as guests last week Mrs.

( ner Bros talent scout who ''serv- Friday Joan Is quite a young i I:Holtzendorf brother, Ernest Mc-
Above
Line of Stock Remedies ed as one of the five judges lady now proving once again how 'Chin of DIcKerson, Texas; her sisters The Prize-Winning Name

"graded Miss Edmondson 100 per- tempus fugits before you realizeit Mrs. F. O. Perry of .Hous-

6 cent all the way through" .* Hear Bobble Keen Is visit ton, Mrs.: H. C. Ledtje and daughter Was Submitted by

Thick And he certainly should know ing her sister Carolyn In Daytona of West Columbia, and her
Butt
Shingles901b. Martell has already received a Beach The Louis Shafklns, :mother, Mrs. R. Koolbeck of Jas

Roofing in Black, Red, Green bid to enter the 4th of July con- the Irving Bluines, the Eric Hydes !per. :Mrs. Holtzendorf left Tues- Miss Alice St. John
teat at Daytona Beach, which ahe and the Paul- Millers are all day for Jasper for a.short visit
Also 'lb.
65
Roofing Limited Supply at first said she would decline Mlaml-ites nowltf\ ."Curley" and with the family. Another sister,
Friends have been persuading Paul have opened the Miller-Hyde Mrs. R. L. Morgan of, Brunswick
Lard Cans Padlocks Hoes Rakes her, however So maybe Steel Products ,Co., there Ga., will meet them In Jasper.Mr. .

Kitchen Knives and Hammers she'll change her mind :Guess what's ,back: on the jookorgans
-- and Mrs. O. L. Beasley and
?
I -- Tommy Dorsey's"Marie"
.. Call Street had a faint recol- which is quite all right their guests, Mr. and ,Mrs Gus
lection of the old days this weekas .by me I still consider it one Beasley and family of Goose
,
Brick Siding Red and Buff the current encampment of the of the top records ever pressed Creek, Texas, are spending this
Aluminum Roofing Florida State Guard at Blanding I week at the Beasley cottage on
BLACK IRON PIPE) brought a mild sprinkling of Kingsley Lake.

LIGHT DULHS 15 Watt to 200 Watt khaki to the main stem Maybe Hear that Bill Alvarez and Ru Mrs. M. F. Brown and children.

they are harbingers of bigger dolph Andrews made it to Jacksonville Marcus and Florence, spent, Wed- \ \\ \
things to come, and the rumors In 36 minutes flat tother nesday night and Thursday with \ \ \

Ballard & Ballard about the use. of Blanding continue day (Bill piloting) They were Mrs. A. Z. Adkins atn Kingsley
thick and fast, though nothing trying to get there before the Lake.J. .
"'
very tangible has developed yet "home office" closed, but looksto
Leslie Biggs was discharged me like they almost got there W. Pooser of the Star'Store Free
FEEDS from the army at Fort Bragg last .before it opened Rudolph says is on a buying trip In Boston and

Saturday At preset he's to I Black Creek Is quite a pretty sight: New York and while away attended -
be found In the Biggs &: Baker from the air The S. J. Cly- "the Louia-Conn fight. Sh

Bicycle Shop on East Call I atts of Chlefland (she the former :Mrs. K. G. Duncan and Mrs. O.
J. E. Denmark severed his Navy Ethel ,
Taylor) are announcing the L. Beasley will leave tomorrow
ties with a discharge In Jackson ,arrival of a' daughter on June 10.for a three weeks' vacation in 6.95 to
ville on the 17th and was seen In the Alachua' County Hospital ;New York
City and the
What's In A Name ? along Call Street; this week . Congratulations! 'of Pennsylvania. mountains -


The NameJJarfeff How oh how can I keep up with Well Ole-man summer doldrums -II I Mr. and Mrs. Gene Long and iY

these fast-moving college girls? has got me Even if I daughter. Mary Ann and Miss
Scarcely do they arrive from knew anything else, I'd be too Betty Long spent Sunday at / v
Tallahassee than they're off a- lazy to write it So long Jacksonville Beach. yh
J. Strong gain without,waiting long enough See you In the next" I ICarolyn
to catch a deep breath Clarice Friends of Jesse Alexander will
,Thomas who received her B.S. In be glad to learn that he is slowly

Commerce degree last week left improving following a serious operation
on your jewelry box means quality and Sunday for Apalachicola where Miss Davis HonoreeAt performed recently In a

wise judgment in selection as well as the of she'll the be employed In the office Luncheon FridayMiss Jacksonville hospital.Mr .
county superintendent of
precious gift Itself, which will be cherished public instruction Shirley \. Idalou Davis was honoredon / and Mrs. H. C. Brown and
left her twenty-first birthday an- daughter. Miss Marian Brown, and
throughout the Colley Sunday for Tallahassee Miss ,Joan
years where she'll attend the summer niversary last Friday when her Carpenter spent the

9 sessions at the college Vir- mother; Mrs. R. J. Davis, entertained week-end. In Tallahassee with relatives. .
ginia Sewell left Monday for Wllllamsburg. at a delightful one o'clock Marian and Joan remained -
SHOP WITH US Pa., where she'll receive -(:luncheon at the Episcopal Church'II to attend Camp Weed for two ,
weeks.
The Moat Beautiful Jewelry StoreIn training,*r a,youtfi.-worker!I Center. Arrangements of pink .
on the Methodist Youth' Caravan and blue hydrangeas were effectively Mr. snail Mrs. R. L. Butler and

Starke Thank goodness, Dooley and I I placed u\ the lounge where two sons of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
EXPERT REPAIRING Marjorie Davis will remain In I I the guests were entertained. will arrive the first of the week
QUALITY MERCHANDISE town to enliven the local scene, I The luncheon,table was covered for a visit with their nephew and In Tan and White Plain 1'
REASONABLE PRICES and Dooley will while away partof with a handsome white linen niece Mr and Mrs. T.
I F. Lan-
ALL COMBINED: TO YOUR CONVENIENCE her hour by writing society I cloth and was 'centered with a drum. Cap Toe, Wing Tip, 'and Moc
for the Telegraph I bowl of beautifully arranged
-- Shasta daisies and roses. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robb and

Harley F. Strong Joe Andrews writes from Tokyo Those enjoying the party with Mr. Robb's sister, Miss Beth Robb
that he misses dear ole! Kingsley Miss Davis were :Misses Virginia all of Columbia. S. C.. are guests
Lake, there being a scarcity of Sewell. Shirley and Frances Col- of Kr>>. Fay. Gill at Kingsley RobbingFORMERLY
CAMP BLANDING JEWELER SINCE 1941Formerly desirable bathing beaches In Japan ley. Clarice Thomas. Evelyn Lake.

( Spied Mona Canova. Ethel Stump. Marjorie Davis, and Joan Mr.
The Stag) Biggs Laura Lee and Mrs B. J. Brown of
Wiggins
and Dobrow of
West Palm
Beach, and
PHONE 153 Atlanta. Ga., are
Luclle Davis over at the guests of Mr.
137 W. Call St. canning Mrs. James Blackshear, Mrs. and Mrs. L.
A. Davis. ERG
STARKE. FLA. plant tother day. On Mon
busy as bees Freeman Register Jr. and Mrs STERN
day Mrs. Davis
with tomatoes, green beans, corn Jack Williams of Gainesville. visited Marineland.and her visitors



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IRiTS Of LOCAL NEWS I I returned Mr. and recently Mr* T. from M. Hutching a visit,: I Serves In Japan r Mrs ,J. E. Toney, Sr., of Shu- .

-- with relatives in Pensacola. Their, I beta Miss., and Mr. and Mrs

I granddaughter Montle Hutchings Vernon Creighton and daughter,, OLD TIME GOSPEL MEETINGS
and son, James, T-4 R. N. Crawford, Jr..
with I
I M Davis returned with them to spend th> Toney. of Meridian MH"., have

.:McMUlea'1. 't Tuesday and daughter for- I his Saturday wife and from children Fredericksburg, arrived, "umm r. k I returned to their respective homes" EVERY NIGHT 7:45 P. M.

SS, willhome.herThey Va. to spend a 15-day furlough Judge Geo. A. Gardiner celebrated 4Rr"N} Nf, I after spending some time here as

their have with relatives at Lawtey and his 81st birthday annlver guests of Mrs. Toney'a son-in-law HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM

e msarke, for the past five Tampa. T-4 Crawford is sta- sary on Friday. June 14, and had I and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kldrldge -

and Mrs Davis at one time I, tioned at the A. P. Hill Military as his guests at that time his son '' Smith at Kingsley Lake. Come Sing the Old Gospel Songs
,,.d the Wonder Gift Shop. | Uase in-law and daughter, Mr. and

I MrR. Z. J. Roberts of Hastings SPECIAL: Guaranteed per'manent

Callers also during the day wer wale $3 at Lrlla's Beauty :
I I relatives of Mrs. Gardiner Mrs I I Salon. A. R. Her

Mona Allen and Fred Clark, both ,
e I Mr and Mrs. E. L Matthewsand
'
of St. Augustine and Mr. and' daughters Mary Agnes and

1w Mrs.. Claude Geealing of AtlantaGa. Madge Anne moved Saturday to I I J WESTERN EVANGELISTA

." their cottage on Kingsley Lake. ---- .. .- .
I BAKG\INS! 3- -.
|" maple IKIng
Mrs. James H. :Moer and son A Man of God With A
w room MilU (slightly used $31.30
) t\\ Bobby, left last week to Join Sgt.
and $u.m: ; aluo (chairs tablet Moser, who Is stationed at Columbus Message From Cod
cabinet from niandlnp ,"...rpluII.I .- .
: Ga.
.
SAM: ROSES BERG &; SON ""i./t.: ,..
I I If _. ,' il! iA: Mrs. Titus Olson Is spending a Also Pastor' of
f Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hutching iO 'I I two weeks' vacation with her par CALVARY HAITIST CHURCH

A STATION have had as recent guests Mrs 1 1I Set. Donnie H. Crawford, son of ',ents Mr. and Mrs. George Lllley llradcnton Fla.

FILLING t I E. R. Gilbert of Chipley and Mrs Mr. and Mrst: E. L.: Crawford. of' In Armstead, 111.Mls. .

NEAR BEEN BALTIMORE ROBBED John Thompson of St. I'eteraburg Starke Is now" serving with the 1 I E. S. Matthews returned HEAR: THE: FOLLOWING; SUBJECTS:

HAS SINCE Miss Pat Wlmberly of Eagle ''I famous 1st Cavalry Division in the Tuesday from Orlando where she
TIMES
16 Lake is the guest of her uncl present occupation of the Nippon spent several days with her soninlaw Friday' June 21 "Will the Atom Bomb Be Used On
PEAHLHARBOR1 1 I and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Capital. I and daughter Dr. and Mrs. .
ABOUT I H. B. McLendon. She was accompanied Russia?
LOSS
TOTAL 1OpAHA 'T. Green while her parents. Formerly ,with the Americal I .

J3000.Ite lit and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly are Mr'l Division, he recently tinnsferred McLendon. home by Miss Jeanette Saturday June 22 YOUNC; PEOPLE'S RAI.I.Y.E'er'body .
tending summer school In Welcome.
ville to the 1st Cavalry. He has been ,
I lairs Effie Johns had an recent
I overseas 14 months and Is en- June 23 "The Climbing Man"
Sunday -
6u R'SAfErEioRCE i A, Z. Adkins Jr., and Bill Long, titled to wear the Asiatic-Pacific I guests her sister, Mrs. Mena Mc- ,

OPEN AOWNE students at the University oi Theatre Ribbon with one star, the : Crutchen" and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Monday June 21 "The !Mark of the- Beat"Tuesday
Culbreath. all of Orlando, also her
AS NOUSSAF6 #- Kingsley Florida Lake.spent the weekend at Philippine Liberation Ribbon with I I son and daughter-tn-law, Mr. and June 25 "Will A Man Rob Cod?"
I one star, the Good Conduct Medal, '
SOMMON AND NAD HU4 t I Miss Ruby LJlley a mf-mbei I the Victory Ribbon, and the Com- Mrs. Freeman Johns of Lake City. Wednesday, June 2f"Put that on Mine Account"&

plIRMANp OPEN 1 1l of the faculty of FSCW. Tallahassee I bat Infantryman's Badge.As I Mrs. D. E. Knight returned" Thursday June 27 "Dead Hogs and No Hot Water-

.it''. IT X11 I is spending several weeks I a civilian, Crawford attended Saturday from a two-weeks' vacation Friday, June 28 "All Things Are
: In Starke before going to visit Bradford High School, and later at Jacksonville Beach. Yours"'a
l relatives In Illinois. I turned to farming. He enteredthe While there she was joined by .
Army, July 17, 1944 and. took I hereon, Paul Knight of New York -
I Billy Howling Is spending ten his basic training, at Fort McCK- City who came by plane to be
_A BANI days in New York and Patterson, lan, Ala. with his parents Col. Knight
Fi
THAT ( EH II! N. J., on business. I spent part of the time with them DO IT NOW !
HE 8ROUGI1S: FlUGAL$3i I Mr. and -Airs. Fred F. Stump: and accompanied" Paul to the air
IUpCH I Mrs. Edward Cunningham ol: and Miss- LUJUn .Stump spentSunday port Saturday morning to see him

.::' Z00!000.EM St. Petcr&burp, vice president oi afternoon In Lloyd visiting i i off as he was returning to his Pack Your Winter ClothesIn
: I I the Florida Division", of the UDC, ':Mr. and Mrs. William Thomson position as Production Director

r..n..en.en ,., e." was the guest Thursday of Mr and children. with the National Broadcasting
'and Mrs. L. A. Davis en route to In Radio City.
Company
her home from the mountains ot Mrs Mattie B. Galiagan. Mrs. Cedar BagsWe
North Carolina. [O. L. Beasley and Mrs. H. L. Giles Phillips and family, and
H. C. Wall AgencyConstant Brownlee> were among the Starke- Robert Phillip and Mini JeanIe
Major and Mrs. Ralph Cooper tea in Jacksonville last Friday. Parrish of Jacksonville were Have Plenty at 30c Each

and daughter Gay of St. Augustine !I I guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. returned
Doyle recently
spent Sunday here as guestsof M. M. Phillips I
Service Over 50 Years Major and'Mrs. H, C. Wall at from Laredo, 'Texas, In the Rio I I Also Large Moth-Treated Bags
I Grande Valley where he visited Mrs. Lettle Parker recently
Please Phone the W. L. Wall home
146CLASSIFIED I
1 Lloyd P. McRae, his former business moved to Jacksonville and Is make
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley. MIa.. associate.Mrs. ing her home on Ashley Street, For Storing Blankets

Edna Noegel and Leonard Noegel Mrs. Janie Avery has gone to
Robert F Prather Jennings
are spending a vacation at their i Nashville, Tenn., where she will
Hendersonville La., is the guest of her 15c each
summer home near I' manage the dining room In the
I mother Mrs. Faye Gill, at Kings
N. C. Sam Davis Hotel during the summer
ley Lake
Mrs. Jacqueline Haskins and j months. She will return to Plenty of Toilet Paper This Week
tSKESSFARM.: CITY AND Mien Mary Weldnn is visiting Starke In the fall and reopen the
I Miss Haskins of Keystone
Joyce her grandmother Mrs. D .R. Shaf dining room In the Avery Inn.
} -tt !f. 'tSTROUT "I I Heights are visiting friends In fer at Winter Park. lOc A Roll

Baltimore, Maryland. Mr. and Mrs H. E. Boelter and .
,, Aaf.YpK | son. Gerald, will leave around the
...I A. E. Wall Jr., left Monday to '
With of
6EaTTAT his work in Tallahassee.Mrs. SPECIAL: Guaranteed p e r- first of July for a visit with rela- 'We Can Supply You Plenty,
'C."tHt ndret4ber .t __-I resume manent wave $5 at,l>Ua's Beauty lives In North Dakota and Minnesota ,

Mir try, rprr.l H.-a.-F.rw.-". Iran node ever The United. Atlanta.National Georgia IneuraneSAseoclatlon want Billy Dowling and sons,, Salon. They have been residents Picnic Plates, Paper, Fvr/c9, SaoofUi,

..,... from all ever tae Hal..n Representative. either nUll Billy Jr.. and Jimmy accompanied of Starke for the pant five and a
.. "'ra* .*.. Itotlacw c or female not,, in neienaary this territory an. we will Kxperlence by Miss Ernestine Morris, Mrs. J. I.. Peek had as Mf halt year. while Mr. Boelter was Cups and' 'Napkins <11-10 '

ISTROUT REALTY AGENCY train. UHe: local newspaper advertlnlnir ,spent the week-end in Palatka quests Monday night her sister, employed as a carpenter at Camp
Krprtflertta as .well a.. other advertlxlnic Mr. Blandlng. They are considering
Locally By parents.
Mrs. Dow-ling's
r. C. helps, and It necessary will flnanoe urith Mrs. A. B. Otwell of West Palm making ,their future home In Cal. TRY NOXZEMA .CREAM
HOLLINGSWORTHIK to help you get Htartwl. and Mrs Roy Mathews. Beach, Mrs. Margaret Dudley' of '

So. Wftlnnt. St. your White reply.only.In If strict Intermixed confidence addr_to_": Mr and Mrs. S. R. Johns Jr., I, Ft. Totten N. Y., and Mrs. Fannie ifornia. For That 'Sunburn Quick Relief'

Ray T. Blampfrd, State >Iana.er, the weekend at Hall of Newton Ca.Mrs. Gary Ennls: of Tampa and his ... ,
|rTRES8E8 !; Jack.on- ind family spent
ef all kind r.no- 433 Went Church Street
lied; furniture upholstered and vIHe, t, Florida.IXWT Kingsley Lake with Mrs. Johns' Rhoda of the Se. mother, Mrs. W. D. Ennis of
(Jlnhed. Drop u> a Car.! ... Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch. Dampler Miami, spent several days here Another Shipment of Tweed Cologne
fTIVGS MATTRESS! CO.. E'oz parents. ectlve Service Board Is on leavef this week.

n. Palatlo. Fit. tf Mrs. Hogan Smith and children absence and at present she Is And Body Powder:' Now In Stock
R: HALE Two young Jer .y the week-end In Bartow, jelnK replaced,, by Mrs. Florence I Miss Martha Landrum has re-
spent
"as now fresh; alxo aeme iitock and fudson of Gainesville, urned: to her home after spending
brother
Me-K. A. .NewHom. Can see 3a., with YI'I'I.' Smith's
1 r. at my farm near Farmerllark.t slater.in-law. Mr. and MI'e. J. A.Veaver. three weeks with relatives In
left Sunday
Miss FredIIt'Wlmberly -
Starke Itp 3 rooks ville.
'
I for Pln Mountain State Koch Drug Store

'T Ilion- Red and fclllfold ichoalhou between, cuntalnJP bu.- : OR 8TUAYED: cow, dark Dr. and ::\Ir!!. W. K. Middleton: ,Park, Chipley, Ga., where he will SPEC'I\L: Guarantied per'
pen of pcrnonal value. Re- brown white face, horn knocked I In WaycroKs, Ga., ecelve 10 days training In aqualc manent wIne $3 at Leila's Beauty
down, 1 ear off hy m-rcwwormx. pent Tuesday
tae ,
money contentH. Return red sports. She plans to organize Salon.
"... Nellie brand L>H. 1 male yearling I were called becausef
they
M. where
UrlffU. cure white faced Known lot of Brahma classes at Kingsley
'office.. l swimming -
ltDtrment peg hornn, marked ..wallowlurk : > the serious illness of Dr. Midleton'e -
under nlo|>e. If found notify niece Mrs. Pearl Courton. Lake upon her return.
: Uoomy comfortable 8. C, Hsu-Icy" Lwtey. Fla.
adlllt.< 403 N. Walnut., 6-14 2tp Misses Peggy Dale and Malsle
ItpliK.E [Johnson are attending the Methodist Electric Irons Electric Hot Plates
WANTED--Old 11. & china ((fold.Kllver BARGAINS! 3-po. maple living
FRONT M>TS-Ideal biilld- or copper), confederate. suits (slightly lined>)> $37.50: I Intermediate Camp at Doe
'f..I11'" on Sliver Lake. W. S. bills, old U. U.: and confederateenvelopeM room Lake this week. 7.50
5.50 &
Tluwmm. Fla. 8-31 4t with or without I and $''2.M; also hairs. table, 3.85

R t CALF TWO naxophon. floor utampc pay ti'p, prlceM stamp for coll any.*rtl >i nH.>f above Will i !ablnft from Rlandlnic/ surplus.
'lIlp."" marine plywood paint. crp'lllr mal.rlal.V..It... and giv.deerrlp. lAM! KOMENIIERH i SON. from Burlington. Kan., where he CsawsS -a'rSSSJSrSSr-
b.neheii and table enle. J. H. Vlckern -
Lion of Itenih for AluminumSun :
'''bln'd. From vurplu propertyda.1'u f. O. Boy 1011 Lake I'ltv. Major and Mrs. H. C. Wall and was called because of the deathof Stainless Steel f '
: .. p Blanding. J. Maurlo Fie 1-1 4tp and their guest Miss Ann his sister, Mrs. Henry Young.He .
U children
,\ RR;: GREEN PEAS now ready for can- ;Sarswyl, returned Sunday to was accompanied home by his Room Chairs
ih""r!. <'om house, unfurl.n I .50 hamper.-J. A.Howard afterpending daughter Mrs. Don McCann and Table WareSetting
"
nlnir. per in St. Augustine
home '
'I pr month -I B. JorP their
BI. Rnx 301. 8tarke.* Itp 11th and tirande. -1tar2tpWANTED nome time here with her two sons of Augusta. Kan., Assorted Colors
I L. Wall. who will remain for a visit with for 6 9.95 r
rRD TO Wall's father W. - -
RITY-Uned adding'ril Major
,In gond TO EUY-Pecan. grove, I Mr. and Mn. Blair 11.84 & 16.26
Whlt.hend. LaWteyOn'-S p 5 acres or more ,on paved highways Mr. and Mrs T. S. Slade and
somaablr
II h
hou."w W Mrs. Ruby Johns entertained In
EU-J.I..ctrlc. .. be of Baxley, Ga., are >pendng ..,
'amllv
M4 refrltrerator In .. klreoceH. 1a&npfy, ( .. .a..on.1 at their home on her home last Sunday In honor r 4 r r .. II r
.11 aondIUnn.\Vru.; Box 85, "I' the summer
Madlaon.. Stark. 'UP 8tarke. -2l 2tp of her father O. M. Bennett who

ALP' 'fI hens, CIngsley; Lake. celebrated his 74th birthday anni

''A I e'E Starke. .C .lnnary.John... Rt arblloz. FOR and BALE-F.y.r.roosters.. -\", ., oe brollern. Faxon.lip 1ml Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and versary. It was a real family reunion Boudoir Lamps - 3.74
1tpk east. of Stark Rd. n. laughters, Ideal and Frances, have with all nine children and a ;

'a RENTgOx80 tore room-In, : Household furniture! returned after spending two weeks number of grandchildren. present.A or
""building Corr Springe nn Walnut St.. apartment-*.ls..d teas range: .1.1' with relatives 10Akron.. Ohio. total of about 60 people enjoyed -
"'a Cola plant. opposite new tric washing machine; .. attended the the occasion with Mr. Bennett.
H.
n und-eirable.hued r; Marine plywood boat. While there they Boudoir Chairs
Z I',1111 lr.r.I
Botlter second. hou e on rCity exercise: of Mrs. Lan-
4 i0' wHulvey.! RealCov graduation _
beyond' city limit" Lake I Miss Helen Bennar. accompanist
They
Pprlnir*. It Up nephew Joe Rogers.
rum's
(
.-- hlchway. I of Homer Rodeheaver of New AwM>rted Colors ,
"II"TI.'II. I v.;re aC'C'ompanl"li to Ohio by Mrs. York City will be the guest next

conhand 'so cMh. Finder ,, FOR SALE, flr"t_year:Missionary. new ground berryplants andrum's a mother Mrs. J. F. Sunday of the Rev. and Mrs. W. 13.95

''hi" to Mrs. Jlnunle. Mc- By bed or thousand.2 J.miles T>. Bowers east lowers! of Jacksonville. J. Churchwell. She will be guest
2dl.
Boll .8S, and receive re- of. Starke.place. -Road Steve. Weldon.,.14 lOt Need OFFICE SUPPLIES Full soloist at the Methodist Church ,
Itp line at the Bradford County Tel Sunday for both, the morning and

MODEL Ff H SALE plumblnK.'.'iitiher end l.nt.r.imp.: bullillntr.. fraph. evening services. Dresser & Twin Beds to Match ,
PLANES .100 day. of D. C..
Cnmp Rlnntlnarail,. any ." 41PLOIITLadl. | Mrs. James Shepherd and Mrs. Jim Stlth Washington
N0d'b" __ 'Ut7 t. ,1G.95lJ1ae henry Hun ber..r. 4 J. E. Powell and son J. E.. ,Jr.. will arrive Wednesday to visit I BEAUTIFUL. ROUND MIRHOB
I Jacksonville are guests of Mr. his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. H. and Sell Waterfall Front *
We
i 1 skL __ 10o_ to ,1.5 .. of Buy a
._ .:...___.-* ;joe, t0 J:5e around, '30 BsSSS Kid Mrs. C. A. Knight. L. B wn1e.. Good I Dresser and Beds to Match

IODtL PLANE SCPPUESQrlo day Telephone aft.rnoon"tfl..e'jSr'-j.n.TK- Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. drlffln are (

asms! .*. R"uS"" .183'<'I., Sterke.JlmlID G. M. and Joe SUtrunk have visiting Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza Used Furniture 147.34

6alvM ____ 25e sIe moved to their home on Kingsley In Jacksonville.

BALS. WOOD BE ;. \ iland hot Lake for the summer Edward Shull and Paul Can ova.
flel A ng f )
lieU plumb k
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water heater already. Will In.I.U..d.Id..1 move I L. F. Smith Jr., who Is attend-i Jr., are attending the YP8L\ campof
BIGGS & BAKER for 2 apartmefI'on your lot. the summer session at the the Episcopal Church at Camp
blocks
21S E. Call St. -E.and. Met A. It II.out on Realty ('0.. UI UP 8. ling Jnlverslty of Florida, spent last Weed nesr Carabelle. They were A PACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
IT'S
Walnut Phone 21. 'eek-end with hU father, L. F.math. carried there Monday by Mr. and

:Wnm'::' T-Two NEW! OROt'ND JoIlMO'onary ...tr.to,w-, 2-room furnl.hd for .
oasisnt.., lIood' location. re.. berry... .-plant '''I ag'.Cott.U. A't"m.tlet furnl.hed water, beater t.,.. '.21 ast Friday in Gainesville. room' suit (slightly eased) $31.50 PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.rlJ .
Inquire at
lant. and $42.50 also chain, table,
tt ANTS, orl Mrs. H. C. Ritch moved -
oelol Mr. and _
Blsuidlns urplus
Blitz cabinet from
knot COTTos RAGS Nf1. ItCYOU t. : I IlyP. home on Kln&.leylAke
"nt. wmnt.d. I-b.: .fh a : : e.k. to their SAM ROSENBERG A HON.
r fOl<< C 0ya"... ePerr 10Bridgrape. -. .. La.ta for -AUuFuuntaia last Saturday. r'
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-PAGESIX BRADFORD OOtJNTT TELEGRAPH. STABKE. FLORIDA FRWAy, JC\E 14 1
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Court and enon. "wherein plaintiff Telegraph. shall publish this orderIn IY CIRTIT \
has received an honorable discharge Job Training Baptist Church seeks divorce Bradford County next. four weekly Issues. COIN'I'Y, FL0111 IIq
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LOOKING FORWARDBy after 32 months and 21 I Telegraph. shall publish this OrderIn Witness my hand and official Real C.'IeRY. 11I. \ I,
at StarkeFlorida,,. this June 12th.
iMuew.W1tnmi
Offered Veterans nest four weekly Kathryn
W. W. Parker days of service. He was stationed "June Journeys) to Jerusalemwith : I my hand and official: neat. 194. Thoma.. V. RsffertNo. ,

at Balnbndge, Md., and boarded Businessmen and ex-servicemen Je...U8" continues as the ru: Ktarke, Florida, this Hay list. A.(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL said,) Court.T. A. .J. Thomas 4828.Rarf..rty. Detendo:jl'ANDENOTICE '',

the USS West Virginia BB 48. theme at the Baptist Church as (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Frank Landrum. Starke. Fla.,
Sunday was a High Day In In the veterans' national Job-
He saw action In six: major battles the pastor uses as his topic next Ae Clerk of Bald Court Atty. for Flf. 6-14 4t 7-6' : To tTirl
Bradford. All the Sunday Schoolsof training were urged this D. C. yt
e program BellevIng" By Lucille C. Conner Thomas.i
Is RafeFgORID
and was wounded In the Philip Sunday "When Seeing
J. C. Durrance. Law Exchange Bid.
the Jerusalem Association met week by Lucian Conner, secretary N OTICPIThe .. '
pines being transferred back to in the fourth of the series. Jacksonville Florida. .
Board of Public Instruction
In in Convention and the Starke Chamber of Com- A..Vn--
Lawtey a of Atty. for Plf. 6.7 4t 8-28 B'n.t I. :
San Diego. After recovery, he This series is proving a blessing of Bradford County Florida will accept Inll.Oround8. MaAberCJ
heard some great sermons and merce, to contact the County '- written bids on the following
returned to the Philippines and to each one who attends, and i a 1 You are
solos. Board of Public Instruction, the IN rinrriT COURT BIIAI>FOHI routes: July 8th required to
later served on Okinawa. When cordial! welcome is extended to all COUNTY, FLORID.41 IN CHAN- Mr Lee Green. Rout Brooker, I Court cause the abol Ipp
Rev. Hall was at his best Sun the war ended he was In Tokyo.He Veterans Administration, or the who seek a place of worship.The CEHY.Frank Fla.Sam leeks divorce and a "'hotln,PI
day afternoon. The Holy Spirit Marine Corps Rehabilitation Of- HarrelDon, Plaintiff, VS. Mott Route Brooker to trot of minor UHtOdy
nine medals the Philippine
received
I : fice In Jacksonville.The Happy Hour at 8 p. m. will Bertha HarrelHon, Defendant. Cane Btnrke. County Telegraph chlid hili
used him so much so that everybody Liberation, the Bronze Star be those who love to No. 4H50. Route bringing high school pupils Order In next shill
else was happy. The con for action In the Aleutians, andaillo program, described as an enjoyed by ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND to Prtioker. to meet Sam Mott Route. Wltne. four "'''kly I
my
sing and praise the Lord In song NOTICE TO APPEAR Bids will be accepted on or before seal at hand and
vention closed Sunday night after the Purple Heart, the Asiatic- "on-the-job training deal that will and An evangelistic STATE OF FLORIDA to: Bertha !Monday July 1, 1946 at 10:00: 6th 1948..8U" Florida,
more than 11000 had been raised Pacific, American Campaign, appeal to former servicemen who testimony. ; Ha.rr.hlOn-whollo residence. and address A. M. (OFFICIAL SEAL
will be by the In Clerk of the Court. 'The ) 81
message brought : % Board reserve the right to A. Clerk
tot the cause. Citation Unit may never have had the opportunity of Paid CourtJ'
I Presidential Navy Georgetown, South Carolina.You reject any and (I I Dy Lucille C.
Sunday, June 21, will be a High Citation, and Good Conduct. Kitties to acquire skills or knowledge pastor. are required to appear on 1IIR: McRAE. T .Frank I.andrurn Conner D
at 9:45: July 15th, 1946. In the above named 7-& Silrke
essential In Sunday School meets 6-14 4t County Bupt. Atty. for Pit
Day a t Bethel Baptist Church. says that the Battle of Okin- obtaining higher Court and cause wherein plain- '-7
Everybody la Invited to come. The awa was the toughest. For 21 type of employment", la announced a, m. to study "Strengthening the tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County t

message will be delivered by the days he had only 9 cans of food, as applying to veterans of all Bonds of Christian Fellowship". Telegraph next four shall weekly. publish Issues'this OrderIn .

pastor, Rev. A. Vinson. Come but never got hungry service branches. "Under the approved There are departments and classes Witness my hand and official seal

early and bring your friends program, the veteran 'Is for all ages.. at Starke. Florida, this June IZthi

I .. The Daughters of the Blue Caps entitled to draw a subsistence allowance Training Unions meet at 6:45: to 194(OFFICIAL* SEAL A. J. Thomas, c'tLi..cI II

Dobby Kittles of Lawtey, a won their first game 12 to 4 from which will considerably discuss the topic, "John B. Gough, T.As Frank Clerk Landrum of Raid ,Court.Ktarke, Florida

I Steward's Mate 2-c In the Navy, Lincoln City (South Starke). increase his salary level. Therebythe ,Peerless Foe of Liquor". There Is Atty. for Plf. I.at 4t 7-5

There were thrills and entertainment employer la able to avail a Union for, each age group. r

I I all the way and a large' himself of a better type of em- You will find a friendly welcome IN CIRCUIT, PL.OIllU.tl cornrrOVSTY BRADFORD CHAN W>>,...

crowd witnessed the exciting! ployee, and the veteran to take I at each and every service CKHY. I J

I TC HAre game. The daughters are In good advantage of a training program if you are seeking to worship inSpirit George Bertha Henry Ellen Preker Dreker,Plaintiff vs. .

condition, and are looking for offering him an excellent future." and In Truth. Case No. 4851. JJef.ndant'lORDEn CJ.IDJA.:

tormented with Itchingof gamed. The club la open for all The general occupational group- I NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR -. you are.hanlinc' logs 'r |u'

eczema you, p serlaels ratinex I n eat who !like to take part In wholesome Ings In which on-the-Job training STATE OF FLORIDA to: Bertha. for a Wf company, you are ash
bites, athlete's foot, eruptions; rectal fun. la Instituted include: "Professional Ellen Dreker whose residence and to their Special Sear DlIeounl,
Itching or other externally caused CKIHf address Is: % Pearl Cochran 620
The Blue will their I TO WHOM IT M V CO 9'
skin troubles? For quick. relief androod Caps carry and managerial occupations], all Thla In to give notice that I will 28th Street. Huntington, West Virginia. -
results, use VICTORY OINTMENT atomic power to Daytona Beach clerical and sales categories, ser no longer be renponHlbl for any .
Developed for the boys In You are. required to on
for another thrilling Sunday dtibts contracted by Louvenla CJanklnx. appear
the Army now offered to the folk. game vice occupations, agricultural, for I July 15th 1946, In the above named "
back hom. White, S7reanel",ss, an.tI".ptlo. June 23. The club Is open for ; estry, fishery, and kindred occu- 6-a 3t 828Williard C. Qasklnsi 'Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff TRUCK TIRES "
Hafe for babies or chll.dr..n. seeks. divorce. Bradford County
ball For Information -
A name you can't forget, experienced players. pations, and skilled and semiskilled Telegraph. shall publish this Order
VICTOHT OINTMENT-the finest.Tiabee see Mgr. W. W Parker. trades.It f ciHrriT coimr. BRADFORD ''In next four weekly. Issues.Wltnexs All Popular Su.... "
or June 'You who love the Blue Caps may COUNTY. FLOIIIDtl IV CHANCKIIV. my hand and official
Mold In Stark byDHUU 'I was stated that "ontheJobtraining' deal. at Htarke, Florida, thin June
C"nI'IjN'MlR': STORM journey with them Sunday morn- R. K. llurteau.. Plaintiff, vs. ROMe 12th, 1948.OFFICIAL.
consists, basically of
ing at 9 a. m. Transportation M. Hurteau Defendant Cane No. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, BUY ON
learning the .Job while doing it." 4819. As Clerk of said Court.T. .
will be provided for your conven- ORDER OF rrnLICATION Frank Landrum, Stance, Fla.,
FLORIDA LIVRA TONE Address of the Veterans Admin-
EASY CREDIT
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
ience by Parker's Bar-B-Q Shack, 1 Altf. for'Plf 6.14 4t 7-5 ;
istration office was given as: STATE! OF FLORIDA to: HOMe M. _
'r i* A MILD IrrzcTNeLAXATIVE Crosby St., Reno. George Washington Annex, Jacksonville Murtnuu, whose residence and address iv ciRcriT COURT UHADFORD TERMS
In unknown.
COUNTY:! FLOKIOtl IN CHAN
telephone 5-5884. and of You are required to appear on CKIIV.
CUIONEO TO FIOMOTC Singing ConventionThe the Marine Corps Rehabilitation July 8th 1946. In the above named A. C. Felder, Plaintiff VR, Annl.F..ld..r. .
Court and wherein plaintiff
!LE ALTIIINSURE cause, Defendant.. Case No. 4852. Store Hours: Dally 9 A.M.-5:30 P.M.
VIGOROUS Office, Seventh Marine Reserve seeks divorce and custody. and control ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Saturday A.M.-4.;
Bradford County Singing District: 306 Florida Theatre of minor child. Bradford NOTICE TO APPEAR
Convention will hold an all-day County Telegraph shall publish this STATE OF FLORIDA to: Annie
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Building Jacksonville, telephone Order In next four weekly IHHUSB.AMtneHS elder, whose residence. and address -
session at the Corinth Baptist 6-5435. my hand and official weal is: Windsor, Pox 250, Charleston
Church, Sunday, June 23. at 194D.Htarke, Florida, thin June lot, South Carolina.:
You are required to appear on
Red Cross (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas July 15th, 1946 In the above named Free Flight InstructionSOLO
CARD OF THANKS Chapter An Clerk of said Court. Court and cause, wherein. plain
Bv Lucille C. Conner, D. C.William tiff seeks. divorce. Bradford County
We take this means of expressing Given CertificateM. D. Morgan JnckHonvllle.Fifth Floor ( )
Clark Building, Fin.
CANNINGSUCCESS our appreciation to those Atty. for Flf. 6-7 4t 8-28
B. Herlong. chairman, Bradford With Each Purchase
who and kind to CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION of a
were 00 helpful County Chapter, AmericanRed iv rnicriT COI'n'r, nit \)FOI
us following the recent death of Cross, announced this week CK.HV.Pnnciuall COI'NTY.. FLOHIHtl I IV CIIAM-:!

our uncle, Marlon J. Johnson.Mr. receipt of a certificate of appreciation Straizullo, Plaintiff. VM.
from the chairman of the Jlovanna BrancMalo Htrauullo.Defendant. New Piper CubDown
and Mrs. Wallace Thlgpen. I Case No. 4827.
Women's Voluntary Services of ORDER OF Pl'BLICATION
Great Britain and Ireland I AND NOTICE) TO APPEAU E
express
: STATE OF Ft/MOBA to: Jlov-
_wp, ing their "tender thanks to you anna Firanchlzlo Htrazsullo. whoseresidence ( Payment $665)
'' for and address In: I'oetrla Dft
your generous help given during -
!' Cajro Imante Forte Cran Napoll. .
the long years of battle against Italy.
Nazi tyranny." You are required to appear on
July 8th 1946, In the above named Select The Leader. .
The certificate Is a beautiful Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
document, edged around with rep- seeks divorce. Bradford County World's Safest Train i
Telegraph shall publlHh this OrderIn
I licas in full color of the coat-of- next four weekly Innuen.Vltnena .
arma of various English and Irish \ my hand and official deal
! at Htarke, Florida thin June. 6th,
USE cities. 1948.OFFIOIAt. See The New'
Cub
Now On
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Display
A* Clerk of said Court..
Conner Home By Lucllte C. Conner. D. C.
T. Frank Landriun, Stark., Florida,
I Destroyed by FireThe Atty. for 1'lf. 6-7 4t 6-28 CONWAY' AIRPARKCONWAY ) K

IJf CIRCUIT COl'HT. BltADFOItnCOUNTY. PHARMACISTPhone
residence of W. R Conner, FLOIUDAl IV CHAN- LIBBY

PROMPT SERVICEDA.HMER'S three miles northwest of Starke, Rachel CKIIY.Alberta Hill Plaintiff v... 64 STARKE
JARS was completely destroyed by fire Louis. J. Hill Defendant. Cane No. I AUTHORIZED CUB DEALERS

last Friday afternoon.Mr. 4818.ORDER! OF PUBLICATIONAND On-the-Minit Service

CAPS, LIDS and Mrs Conner and chil- NOTICE TO APPEAR f
dren STATE OF FLORIDA to: Louis J.
A RUBBERS were visiting at the home of Hill, whose residence.. In. : Morehead.
GIFT SHOP M. t. Conner at the time of the City, Carteret County, North Caroline -
And follow Instructions in fire, and its origin has not been .

tit Bill Blue Book. To get your copy 110 EAST CALL ST. determined. j[I I You 8th are, 1948 required, In the to above appear named onJuly I I ,

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; Thursday From 12 to 6 You couldn't put a dollar and cents value on your child,

of course. But on the other
hand doe he
man enough
Beginning May 30th to you that you are Hilling to go to bat for him? Are

PRESENT THIS AD FOR you willing to help protect his future by giving him a NEW PLANTS and LINES to provide plenty

healthful community In which to live?
There teem to
be a question In the ol. Sunshine Service .
minds
of
some of our governing

Free group as to whether ox not the people want the con
NEW LOW
tinued services of a Health Department. Of course, RATES to m&ke it cheaper. r.

SWIMMING \ you DO but like a lot *>t other busy people, you

PICNIC TABLES have probably failed' to express your opinion. Since THIS is our.''wIIUIlD.CJ combination" to help

1. the life of our Health Department
seems dependent build
Florida
Large Room For <- upon this opinion, won't you please let our officials. to make ow SUte a better

Dressing :Accommodations ---=- county and city-know how you feel? If you are naked easier more profitable pl ce la which to
to serve on a committee to
appear before
these groups, (
work" and live. '
We Suggest For A Good lIealTRY OUR won't you please respond-for the sake of that boy
CHICKEN or girl of ;yours? ,
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Cottages Rooms Apartments" Reasonable Rates
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JCNE 31, 1948 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TARKK", FLORIDA PAOR IIVlCl'f:
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s e e e e of the Methodist Church here for week with her mother Mrs. Hon- tins Jonefson. whoae residence la July 8th 194, In the above named iertrue Wood whose address 1.1 laddress,!' < IK 13 hi's rue Doudeauvlll.

the coming year. The Sunday our Manning. No. 4 Uod.man Rat, Gothenburg, Court and cause, wherein plain- Sucks Trailer Camp, Oranby and farts till enie) France
School held Its first annual picnicon S".den.You" tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County Maple" kltree t. Norfolk. Virginia. I| You are/ required to appear on
ytyMmle y f Linda Crews Is spending a while are required to appear on Telegraph shall publish thla Order You are required to appear on 1 July 8th, 1046, \In the above named
Thursday 0 last week at July let 1141In the ahoy. named. In next four weekly Issues.Witness '
with her grandmother, Mrs. Perry July 8th, 1944, In the above named I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
Crews Lake. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff my hand and official seal ,.
Kingsley A good crowd Court and 'aUB". wherein plaintiff n .. . Davis. seeks divorce. Bradford Coun'ot'T.I..r."h at Starke, Florida thla June 6th. seeks divorce Bradford County 'Telegraph shall publish thin OrderIn
turned out and a good time was shall publish this Order 1945 .. .. .
Mr. Telegraph shall piiblinh thU Order next four weekly I. *
and Mrs. W. E. Griffin and In next four weekly Ixnucx.Vltne OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, .
enjoyed by all. The new pastor In next four weekly Inimiii.Wltnenit I Witness my hand and official oalat
CS'IIN'son laughter, Madeline and Mr. and > a my hand and officialseal As Clerk of said Court.Each neat utarke Florida, this June 6,
hand and official
went with my
them. The
o.fGII-A church invites at Starke. Florida, thla May II. Douglas, Gainesville! Fla. me.\
Law- Mrs. J. B. Bradley were In Mac- 30th, 19411.eOFFICIAL. at Starke Florida this June 6th.
of
to Atty. for Plf. 8-7 4t -18\
1 ) Yarbrough you come and worship.You ( SEAL) A. J. 1948. (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J, Thomas
( clenny Themes
( Sunday.Mr.
Nellie Austin of I will find a warm cordial wel- A* Cleric of Bald Court. (OFFICIAL SEAL! ) A. J. Thomas ; A* Clerk of said Court.
)frS. and Mrs. C. R. Crews, Mr. Hy Lucille C. Conner, D. C. IN: rutrrrr rofirr. BRADFORDCOI'NTY A. Clerk of said Court Hy Lucille C. Conner D. C.
come awaiting
quietly m"ridafternoon you. J. 8. Harrison,Law Exchange FLORID IV: CHANCKMY. !By Lucille C. Conner D. C. T.: Frank Landrum tttarke' Fla.'
.
viJle were and Mrs. Carl VanZant, and Mrs. ..Tacktionvll! 'orlda. T. Frank Lnndrum, lit.rke. Fla. Atty. for Pit. 8-7 4t -2S
June 8. Inn Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse and Perry Davis were visiting Mr. and Atty. for Pit. 6-S1 4t -ll John K. Moseley. Plaintiff, vs. All,.. for ('..t. 5.7t 1\-18\
y They were attend- daughters were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Helen J. Moaeley. Defendant. Case DO YOU SUFFIR WITH
Oa. Bradley Sunday afternoon iv rincriT COI'nr. No. 424.
and )Ir.. Carnell Yar- Mrs. Birt Dyal at Hampton Sun- ('Ot'NT" FLORIR4/nitnpouii("""IIIM' ORDER! OF PUBLICATION 1:11: rincrrr roi HT. m *i>poni> KIDNEY TROUBLE ?
Ir. IN CHAN
rol"\TV. VLOHIIIll
sister-in-law (''': '. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
brother and Ernestineugh day.R.. Misses Rosa Mae and Maggie !R. o. Booth Plaintiff, vs, Virginia STATE OF FLORIDA to: Helen CKHY. Bewarel BMtaebe.. < Arm and Lee patna.tuns .
bridegroom Miss I.. Bradley and A. W. Smith Manning, who are employed In Hull Booth Defendant. Call No. J. MoHeley. whose residence la: Catherine de Hnlmlnlhac Plaintiff. .. up nlchte, -..your, frequent peeuie -
nelce Chris- 406. I129-A 6th Street Oakland. Cal va. Alain de Solmlnlhao Defendant. of Urine ma* be w rntn Bl -
ugh, his were In Jacksonville on business Jacksonville, spent Friday with ORDER OF PUBLICATION ifornia. Case No. 41J9.OUDHK asia Ass Quickly, try KIONO-rLOaU
Wednesday. their ANTI NOTICE TO APPEAR You .are required. to appear on OF PUBLICATIONANO I now. You may eipeet relief within a fewhours
6 mother Mrs. Honour Man-
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STATE OF FLoniUA to: Vlritlnla July 8th, 1946, In the above named NOTICE TO APPBAH Rnjoy vntooaeo sleep and xelaaedKidney
PASTOR Friends of Mrs. J. O. Raulerson Rull Booth, Defendant. Cane No. Court and cause wherein plaintiff STATIC OF FLORIDA to: Alain Action
ETHODIST *
$! : has ning.Lloyd address la Front Royal, Vlrnlnla.I seeks dlvoroe. Bradford CountyTelegraph d. Holmlnlhao, whose residence .n B. North are glad to know that she Is
ReY Caleb recuperating Wllkerson. A. A. Smith You are required to appear on I shall publish thla Order
as the new paator rapidly In Riverside and Elma Crews were in Dins- July I8t. 114*. In the above named In next four weekly IsmieH.
Igned Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Witness my hand and official seal
Hospital where she underwent an more Sunday. Lloyd was pilotinga seeks divorce Bradford County at Htarke, Florida this June 4th zzt

operation. plane over there and the boys publish' Chip Order 1 48'
I rnel next I'rou"rh weekly: \iHHiieH.VltnenH (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
GET THESPEEDY Mra. Louise Applebee and chil- accompanied him. \ my hand and official As Clerk of said Court.

SURE dren of Daytona Beach are visit- Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Page and seal S7 19411.at Hlarke! Florid, this May l-y Puul Lucille K "Slush| C. Conner Wllllama, D.Blilg.(". w

ing her mother Mrs. W. K. War- Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse re- OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Jacksonville Florida.
REl/EP FORACDNPIOEST0N cently visited Mrs. J. O. Rauler- AH Clerk of 'said Court Atty. for Plf. 8-7 41 8-SS\
ren.Mrs. Mv Lucille C. Conner 1) ('. I -
Geneva Smith of Jackson- son in Riverside Hospital.We T. Frank Lnndrum Smrke, FloridaAtty. -
I iv diirrrr roi it T.roi III'UFORII
/ ville spent Wedne a day of lastCn1SmV81' are sorry to report that for Plf. 6-31 4t 6t\ NTV. Pl.Olllllll: ('n \\. SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET
i KIIV.Kathleen.
Mrs S. J. Futch, who has beenIn l> fllin IT ('01 ,,'r. lilt \DKOII Elisabeth Dodd.' Plaintiff,

I Ieater's 111 health for some time is now (('FIIY.1lnnlei'il1'. '. FI.U.UUI' ('II\\. VH (1.,1'." A, Dodd Defendant' SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM
Case No. 4925OIIDIClt .
1 confined to her bed. Batty, PlainIT: v*. Joan OF PUBLICATION RED BASS SHEEPSHEAD
Hatty. O..t..nd"nt. Cann No. 4 \ND NOTICH TO APPEAR
Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse were OF 1THLICAT1ONANP ALSO
out ro MALARIA STATE OF FLORIDA to: leorsre
Sunday dinner guess! of Mr. and NOTICE TO APPKtll A. Dodd, whose residence and nil*
666 acts AT ONCI ta re. STATE OF .'LOItIl't", Jens Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry
,
dress Is Box 8, MINhoro, Delaware'
II.......u.... by mllorlor .. Mrs. L. W. Page. batty wluiHo residence IH 423 Llnioln -
y.... try MAF 666 Following in the address of one Avenue., Brooklyn New York July You 8th are, 1948 required, In the to above appear named. on
Storr QUICK U.jlAUiiuN You are required to appear on Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
Drug of our popular service men: Pvt. FISH MARKET
_UM Only AI Uu..''4 July let 1948, In the I1ho. named seeks divorce, care, custody and I MAGNOLIA
Henry C. Crews. Co. A. 49th B. U.. r"i>iirt and entice wherein plnlntlffneekn control of minor child Bradford

15th Hq. Gp.. Troop School, North Telegraph drvorce..han'1'nhll"h ITmlford. thin County OrderIn omity Order In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.VTItnesM this. CALL RTKKET l'110N37'': STAItKK. FLA.

EXCELLENCEin Camp Polk, La. next four weekly lamieR.WltneHH my hand and official seal
my hand and offlflnl seat nt Htaike, Florida this June 4th
at Htarke Florida, thin May 27,
all the thoughtful relations of Service . e e e e e I'.MB (1948.[OFFICIAL SEAL A. J, Thomas,
with convenience and completeness (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, As Clerk of said Court.
AH Clerk of HH 111 Court. THESE.
C. ENJOY
Bv Lurlllt C. Connor, D.
as well as fateful economy in the GrahamBy Hy Lucille C. Conner I). C, Wm. 1>. Morgan. Fifth Floor' Clark YOU'LL .
II O. Brown Ktaike: Florida.' DldHT Jacksonville, Florida..
that it is needed.
measure Mrs. John McKlnneyMr. Atty. for Pit. 6-31 4t 6-21\ Atty for Plf. 8-7 4t 6-21


7' . e . e iv "UtI-.r\1'Y, FI.roiiir()IIII) \I, miI iv l'>FOIIIIroi '' '\- N0-TII' H TWO I REGIONAL I I FAVORITES 1
1 ('.;"Y.falter NOTICE IS II Nil I':I1Y GIVEN TO
and Mrs. Edd< Norman were Doc Starrett. Plaintiff vs. ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
visiting their son and daughter, Dorothy Slurrett: Defendant, Case that I have filed my Final AcCounting -
DEWITT C. JONES No. 48HO as Administrator of the .
Herbert and Jeanette Sunday. OIlII R OF Pt'nLtCATION Kolatti: of Archbald II. Green iltteurfed ) "MM
AMBULANCE SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Lee Youngblood AND NOT1CF! TO APPKAtlSTATE '. ., and have petitioned the ( IIIRg71
OF FLORIDA: Dorothy )lunorable 11:. K. Perryman, as
Funeral Director visited Mrs. Youngblood's sister, Sturrett.: whose residence la un- County Judge of Bradford CountyFlurlda
Mrs. W. H. Minton In Waldo last knnwn. fc for:: Flniil 1 Discharge I aa uithe '
STARKE PHONE TOur You are required to appear on I'llh! day of July IIMfl.L .
weekend.Mr. .July Int. 1948 In the above named J. Green, as Administrator.
and Mrs. Clarence Frazier Court and cause uhereln H'alntlff', 6-14 4t 7-5
local funeral home enables us to left seeks divorce. Bradford County
and Bobble
and sons. Charley Telegraph publish this OrderIn iv miri'iT ('oCR'r. nu\i>Kf>itn
offer conveniences and services not Sunday for Ohio to visit relatives.Mr. ; next }\I"rh weekly\ :iNHUes ."H"I'I'FLU.IIIII IV: CIIAIMKIIY. : -
Witness hand and official (' .
otherwise available. and Mrs. Roy Reynolds and Heat at Htarke: my Florida. this May Albert K. Wand Plaintiff vs. Car*

family of Orange City were visit. 2511) 1946.IOjo"'WIAL. rte CI..rll'u.0001., Defendant. Case
the lowest prices andpt daunt ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, No. 4HIO.:
at
service uncle
a n
furnish the highest type Ing Mrs. Reynold's An Clerk of said Court ORDER OF PUBLICATION

ANY life insurance policy In force Issued by ANY com- Mr. and :Mrs. Carl Jones, By Lucille C. Conner, D, C. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
H. H. Duncan 517 Lynch Bide, STATE OF FLORIDA to- Carrie
y I,, at payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation Sunday. Jacksonville Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Reynoldsof Atty. for Plf. 5-Jt U2l\
!I no obligation. Jacksonville spent Sunday with "I LOST 52 Lbs.I! .
iv CIRCUIT 'OUIIT II..APFnnn
.
WEAN alit AQAIN"
== Mrs. Frank Abernathy, who is TO!''VTYt FLOHII. IV: CHANCKIIY. .... 0. .. WILL PT.MOUTHPtattmrf
.
aIWAlI11th(1111111NIAlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIINIIIIIIHII(( Ilal11111IaIII11111NxIlANIIIIIIIIII1 I5liIII arINI01111d11"INIIPI iniiimmn very 111.Mrs. As rtat>
/exemmllllSllMlli Rosa Lee Jinks Plaintiff v.* Krn-
,
W. P. Bennett was In eat U Jinks Defendant Case No. vet man-.r.J lets... eraoBlul poumli B e.4..kave. Now a CJ\SSE.\\OLE. ....

Starke Thursday to meet her hus- 4X22 ORDER OF PUBLICATION .a.,<.l_...t.. N potato. dniv No..,r.. .bthaTb..aaw..4 1 aN" ..,..
/ : J: tlc.realr
) band who Is employed In Palatka.Mr. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .W.u.. Miyv .1
... sot be 11''IT wnt .. .., 6 "P' peP-
.Alfred Varnes of : STATE OF FLORIDA lot ErnestK !: not try the AVOH Vltamltt g ... poc1UI' sale aft .
INKIER I Electric Service and Mrs Jinks, whose residence la un sawlo .., lash a eke..,-.I,, DN _".1.141 I UP II llkl \ Ut.crra1t
Starke were visiting: Mr. and Mrs. known. cllnk l t. t..enduet.d I. ; 1 soled' lib PI' hoo6o.
Sunday after- You are required to appear on s dto.l doctor woe. 1555 me I .tttl uF'cbbo9Psd
John McKlnney July 8th 194, In the above named prw.:t:** 14 to 11 :-ada: I .,. 1lbo 9r1st 14\\ but
222.221 Temple Ave. Starke, Fla. Court and cause,.' wherein plaintiff the oor Srna'ble.ml.*&Cmmfr pen .." coo".41 t. and co\"
noon.Mr. seeks divorce. Bradford CountyTelegraph ...._ Ill
and Mrs. W. P. Bennett lB* Me. .ccodI c.\.rt.
OLDEST IN T HE. CITY shall puihllsh this OrderIn l -caroal .", .at and
afternoon Wit thto. Ard PlM tfoM'l Cook ppepp. (
Sunday' MM tout
guests issues.Witness .
'" m had as next tour weakly .. \ my6lard.
.. e..4
-- '" -! ___ 1- ? Mr. my hand and official. sealat any. 5t.rhrr..ohe th..a add po1nL Adder butt.cod'aasand
buttr vouvtmpJvctit
daughter-in-law
their and msU c 5s11 boUlo1II
son Htarke Florida this June 4th, dow*. It'.1. ....... .ad -s*.. *f bra K..' a ...
adio Service That Satisfies Try Us! and Mrs. Leroy Bennett of Jacksonville 19 4*. you AVf5 tMtrlmtm i>
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas) -: : : ono F.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hin- ( .* eu Pt 1 ratak ., US'
Clerk of said Court. S. IfiMrt d* with .-l Ir 01
Aa h.m"7'L. 5.s ...
\\We Strive To Carry The Moat Complete son Jim and Popkln ton of Jacksonville, and By 1C. O.Lucille Brown C,, Htarke(Conner, Fla.D. C. M UM vwy r_ ..p\.kI...roJIG'wl\\b 111..4 cbe.aabntSat.with e toll.t'f 1I\a.


Stock of Tubes and Part Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Strickland Atty. for Plf. 8-7 4t 8-28 KOCH DRUG STOKE _\\Du" To' ,pert.c\ L !tlc"ota.

of Gainesville were visiting friends iv cinriir: corny, iini>Hoi.n hone 35 ..... S.... ;sS00 )4r*. war" ..olpo.
COI'VTY.' FI.OHIHAl ('U \N. Tear Out Thin Ad As A lea 10'bla
here Sunday afternoon. ('. "Y.Matth..w. baa -ststii
Reminder II.X I.clpo t
WE NOW HAVE ATTIC FANS F. lelHS Plaintiff, vs. Lillian raS.
T. Uelss I'"/endant. Case No. .A fSJ "pull
CARD OF THANKSWe ti publtsbS... lAX
4823 Wto.
i your Orders for your Hot Point Range and Refrigerator.' wish to express appreciation )I ORDER OF PUBLICATION U... lid& .'"t R"c1pe. Tl dddR1eM1nQ :
TO APPEAR ... .uI..
NOTICE
Alto AND .
your Bendix Washers. friends for their 10'ta ".o
to our many STATE OF F1.OIUDA to: Lillian ...IC1
kindness and prayers during the T. OelsR, whoM residence Is un EXPERTSERVICE COID ( ",
.
f' Are Filling Orders As Listed.
Illness and death of our infant knl>wn.
on
You are required to appear
daughter; Arie Lee" We are July 8th. 1948.\ In the above named
Is About your Wiring Needs. grateful to the blood Court and cause, wherein plaintiff.
especially and
seeks divorce and custody control
LICENSED & BONDED ELECTRICIAN donors and to those who offered of minor child. Bradford "
County Telegraph shall I publish I: this
."" 'uiuiiuiniiuiuiiliiiiiimiiuiiiiuiuuiiii' IWII.1IUIIIIIIIUIUIIIIIIIIUUUIIIIUNHlUIII'UUIIIIIIIIUIiUlI' blood. Order In next four weeklv IsHiies.Wllnens .
Sincerely mv hand and official seal +

Austin J. Fender and family. at Htarke, Florida, this June 4th. 6r
1941,
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, B ?

Aa Clerk of said Court. ___ ,,'

Farm Home & Auto I"(.O.rnirtir.MTV. V-I.OHIIMI('oi'IT. 5060FOItI IN ('11\\1-: ) .J.By 8.Lucille Harrison C.Florida.Law Conner Exchange, D. _C. PldK. r .._

('.:'HVNIU knVIlI"i. -- 4t 5.28IN
Joiiefson also known aa tills _

Supply Inc. Nelson Jo..fllon, net..n'.nt.pb.Intlfr. VIC"a.e Annktlna No. 4816.OFtDFJt ('lItr"IT (OI'HT. ...n"UFOItItf"OI"TY. /, Y d. hln
: 0. I'I'HLI\TION FI.OIIIUAI IM 4''II6N- Chas. C.
C*.'It Y.
AND NOTICE TOPI'EAH Mildred'. Plaintiff ,
STREET 'Uchberry
Hi WEST CALL STATE OF Fr.OBIDA to- AnnaHOttUV -
vii. Edward L. Touchberry, Defendant. ShepherdAt
r Case N". 4M5I. q
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND 'II
e NOTK'E TO APPEAR Gay' Service Station I '
Fishing Tackle STATE OF "ol..aRn.A to: Edward 1
alert L. Touthberry, whose residence Is
,, unknowrn.

Automotive You are required to appear on _____ u_ ____
Supplies :t --

'
tJ

I Electric Appliances Bake sweeter, tastier bread And Beer)

-.


Baseball Gloves b FOLKS: The only i JGL &2i use FLEISCHMANN'S Golden o


one for whom time atand 4w, Delicious ending of

,, till l I" a woman of thirty. !I I1'' I FRESH \ week beginnhng of lov too'
: This
Did hear about the sailor
you the
Plastic 50's vt mean".
Garden Hose to .
;who walked Into a store ,#. J. Spring Summer more
card and Summer
look at greeting t:4: 11 leisure'y' be en\oying\
meab. .,.
found one which said : "To The Jrt' that you'll one-dis"
Loved." I cast\\ for .
Only Girl I Ever avocets
that the'Southeast
'TIRESTUBES "Give me eight or ten of those sup rs with JAX

,cards" was bill order. I Iit Ilt1 YEAST JUNE CASSERthe ; for

: a man mnaxhml a clock I II' regional beer than perfed

could he be accused of kill- '!lIne is nothing %less .pre. pore .
11 to'
I' time?" I Beef casioni. Easy outstanding for
"
"Not If he cnuld prove the r these .
struck II r..." '! to serve
I clock ,;; simPle goodn
Some of the little boys who temptIng detluousness"a

BATTERIES ;used bad language when they its The refreshing is atmost

played marbles must be the r food

ones who are the grown-up golf, sarklingcotenmust Making summertime
1 1I fodarsr and lust
players of today. .
For Trucks Tractors extra steps! Full-strength .
But you'll never hear anyone,, NO WAITING-no Perfect oil by itself

I, use 'language over the I Flcischmann's fresh active Yeast goes right to work. refreshment, appreciate.

and Passenger Cars 'quality of our gas and oil and Makes tweeter, finer bread! And makes it faster! ploin; that you\ truly sumI J Jmertirne
Instead.Ij I Ii brew
services.
lubricating the nicest You can be surer of tender smooth texture-light. is a the Drink 01 meatstsPPeak.
customers say
our
i Enjoy\
will flavor time! hm
I things about u", And so ness delicious every

Aerosol !you. If you'll drive your car
i BAKE AT HOME, insist i onFleiachmann'
YOU
!here \IF ., sey.MX! ,

D. D. I PRObUCTS !> fresh Yeast with the iii f k yet reYf Lrtar
-

T. BOMBS GULF Washing OIL! Polishing :, familiar yellow label. It's dependable- eyrkfl/ t.t

Greasing: > America's tested favorite for more than


Insect 0 Blitz Temple & Lake : 70 years. JAX BREWING COMPANY


-- Service Station j| 'puvf z; :

'
& l\lgr. Phone 179
Guy Andrews, Pres. 1



BKAPFOftn COVtmr TraLTCGRAPM. 8TARKB.f'ethodist FLORIDA __________ FRIDAY

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I ,(' V.B.S. Starke's Original 'Soda Pop Man' I District, Meeting 4-H Boys Show Fine Test Cora Rachel(CICRY."Otl CIRCriT""I'Y.AI".rta FLItIU COI'n ..ivd

" Of Boy Scouts I II. Loula HII:
.1. Hill '
.
ow Under Way ; ,,
= 4515.
Still Active at Ninety-Seven "aao
Enrollment LargeThe I The monthly Court of Honor of I. ORDER OF

I There Is a fertile tract of landon ., ., .. ... the New River District, Boy STATE AND] OF .'LoRlgAA.PEAJ vLfcAr1O.! :

Methodist Vacation Bible Thompson street that no one \ ;. Scouts of America, was held Mon HIli. whose r""lden L.,
reasonablyex.pect C'lty, Carteut It ...
but the owner may COunt
School got underway Monday to cultivate. Mr. Charles ,,', If day night in the Lake Butler Baptist IIna. ) !IIII. I

morning with an enrollment of 97 last February ') Church. Officer presentwere You are requIr. t
Crutchfleld, who was July Slh, 1948. In 1he1' 'pS"r
103 which has been Increasingeach 7th has farmed it since : T A. Rowand, field Scout Court and cauN... Wh5p,15 lb.."'. h,

day. A new kind of literature about 1916, and figures he doesn't executive, the Rev. L. A. Shep- Seeks Telegraph dIvorce shall. l r"dt r lI&i C,,

la being used for the Instruction need help now. I herd, district chairman'chairman., W. N In Wllne"M11Y next four Weekly publi I IMMI it iti..1.' 0

of the students along with The county's oldest resident has I North advancement at Starke, Flo.lda hand,anI! fclal!!
and faculty I found that he can very well take Troop 104, sponsored by the 1544. this li,
visual aid illustrations (OFFICIAL SEAL
I care of his varied crop each morn- Raiford Baptist Church, was pres- Aa Clerk of ) A. '. 'I'h.
members are pleased with the re- Ing and again In the late even- ent. R. P. McLendon, Scoutmaster -, Fly Lucille C. BSj
Each of the students .1. C. Durrance. C
I apoftse. Ing when he feels like it. Mr. Leslie Bradley, Charles Jacknonvllle. Flo.lda.anle t
brings an offering each day which Crutchfleld grows white potatoes Spooner, Laverne Spooner, William Alty."Vor"pifiv ,
will be! UHed to buy foud to be I.? fl
I sweet potatoes peas corn and i'i Oscar Engram, Jr., Leonard
CIRCTIT (
hipped to feed hungry Europe. greens. The' recent heavy rains Sapp John William Carter, Jack 1A tOtsTy' FLOIUU.\I'o.It'l' DIt\O'
The closing exercises of the of the .. Casoh Marvin -f- CER'. IIc. ta
I damaged a large portion '.-..--- David Jack Kelly, H.
school will be held on Wednesday.June26 spuds, which he had rated as "the ; Pritchett, Daniel Hart Elton Hart. 1IT. Hurteau Hurteau., D..ton'II'hl. Plaintiff, "
! at 8.00; P, M. at which best and the most of 'em" In many Leslie Bradley for Star rank, was 4819. c:;'
time all hand and memory work LiH; ORDER OF
seasons; but the peas are doing awarded two merit badges. AND NOTICE penUCATIO
TO
of will the be on school display.will present The children a fine, and the corn is coming along.Mr. | Charles Bridges and FranklinD. Pictured above arc f.lve Bradford County 4-H boys who won Hurteau STATE' Olo'Whose FI.oRIDA APPE to: R,,

tableau and the public is invitedto Crutchfleld has lived in McGuff were l visitors. entry to the Short Course at the tJniverslty of Florida through out- dress You is unknown.: rsslden,. and

be present at this program Starke for 40 years. For about I standing work in the local club's Variety Tests in sweet corn. From .Tuly 11th are, 1946 require, In the to abo.apJloa. ,

' which will begin promptly at len years he J'owned. ran and lived R. R. Board Denies left to right (seated): Ray Griffin and Henry Green: (standing) Court seeks tllvorce and cause, wh..ln Pia'IIA
Ideal Bottling Works, the and
I' eight o'clock. In" the CarrierPermit Doyle Conner, Vernon Crosby,.and Rodney Hall. The boys are holdIng trot of minor chIld custody and,
town's 'first soft drink concern. County Telegraph Hro
i Ttie members of the Bible Lemon strawberry and other I ears of choice varieties. The Jars exhibit each of the five selected Order In n"xt tour Mhall pubUob
,
School faculty include: Superintendent ale The State Railroad Commissionlast varieties canned. Witness mv hand and wO.kly I'
i ,das were made, and ginger II otflrlal
Mrs. W. J. Churchwell; and a drink named Rayacola.The weeK: denied ..the application : :J4Starke.: Florida, this j55

: Cradle Roll Miss Kate Struth, old gentleman says "I didn't of Clayton Q. Strickland of Starke I Rodney Hall of ? (X5FFIIAL SEAL) A. J, Tho
'
with Sharon Hall and Sammie to mix for a certificate of public convenience The res a a stands All Ry Clerk LncilIe of .aid Court.
but
trust anybody myself iU C. Conner. D.
Kicklltpp assisting;' Beginners, and Indeed did most CUtJTCIIFIKLO- and necessity as a comMon beside his 15 WillianI' D. Mo.gan, Fifth C.
the syrup", CIIAS. F
Mn. H: C. Rltch; Primary: MM.K. jf the other work as well. There : : carrier -of* passengers between r o w"B, 9 f, test, Clark Aty, for Building, Plf. Jackloh"lII.

K. Perryman; Juniors, Mrs.! automatic ,bottling.opera- It was in 1906 that Mr. Crutch-', Starke :art$ Camp Blandingand sweet corn, from ;';. 1.7 fi I
.vaa no
Plo Trunnell and Mrs. Nelson tlon then-It was all foot-lever field first came to Starke. Be- between Starke and Green which Mrs. Clyde .J IN ''cincriT roi'irr. nntncJ

Green and Intermediates Mrs. J. Cove Hall .. his mother COLSTY.. PLOIIIU, JVDtPHPaBqiiall
; ;power; when, in 1916, he beganto fore his entry Into 'the bottling Springs.In tic".
T. Guy. Pat Wimberly, Hilda acquire rheumatism the business business he had worked in ,various denying the application the canned a total Straziullo Plaintiff.

Johnson awl Oleta Green are In was closed"-not because I capacities as store clerk, Commission stated: "From the of' 101 quarts.: .. Jlovanna Defendant. Branohliio CBBB No 4S7 SIr,...

charge of handicrafts and Mrs.; wanted to-,' but I was just workedout. farm overseer and constructionman evidence adduced' at a hearing The, project-con- ORDER OF" PI'BLlCATloJ

,Church well and Mrs. Trunnell are ." The plant had 'been first in Georgia and Texas, and as held in Starke on January 31, the ducted by 4-H STATE AND NOTir-E OF FLORIDA TO APPEAl 3 f

conducting a class in picture located in a space rented in theGaskin. deputy sheriff and jailer in Ocala, j Commission finds that applicanthas Club embers, r 1 anna Branchlzlo Btraiiulln" 10<,:.J]

making.: Rev. Churchwell is In building, at the.approximate where his cousin, A. B. Crutch- failed to prove that public served to determine Cairo residence Imante and address Port j IH CrnnYou : Poor, ,

charge of a class In woodcraft. site of the present-day Coca- field, was high sheriff of Marion convenience and necessity require the numberof Ita N.

County. I the of such certificate. dozen market are required tit "inp J
3ola Company. When the build- granting July 8th. 1946. In the abov T

Hospital GroupIs ng was sold to George Livingston lIe did a lot of carpenteringIn "Therefore the applicationis able ears on an Court and cause, wheroln pi,;,,

Told the concern was moved behind fact, "a little of everything but hereby denied, without prejudiceto acre basis, and -. Telegraph seeks divorce.shall publlnh Bradford thli c<.i II

need Hull's Store. It wasn't long bricklaying." Following a return the applicant's right to reapply tle averageweight In next four weekly imun ,

For FurnitureThe after he closed down that Mr. from Texas he was employed to'I for said authority should per acre _ at Witness Starke,my Florida hand,and this official JU,.
Crutchfleld: bought five lots on build section houses on the Georgia Florida Greyhound Lines fall to for five selected 1946. j jOFFIfiJtAti

Northeast Florida Camp Thompson, near the railroad. and Southern from Macon to provide adequate service between varieties. Rod- _ Aa( Clerk of SEAL snld )Court A. J. TH

and Hospital Council held a meet- planted the tract "to while away dele and Cordele to Palatka.Mr. cor-1 1 said points." ney's work w a a _________ rty Lucille C. Conner, D. C.
Ing and luncheon at the Veterans the He's been farmingever nt described as"outstanding" T. Frank; t.andrum. ytark,., Flu
time. CrutchfIeld Is In good I| for
Atty. Plf. (.7 )
IIOTI1
-
Hospital In Lake City last Thursday -
since. by _
health. Maybe the dally stint at Announces '
Dyer
\. Local representatives who I( County L. % OP .4PPIirtTinron
Agent _ \
Crawford
Born in County, Georgia the garden has something to do
attended the meeting were: Mrs. Results of 4-H T. Dyer who' Is TAucrn:
In 1819, Mr: Crutchfleld was with it; at any rate, except for I I (llanne Hill N.. 1..11\. ,
Barbara Breazeale, Vice President highly pleased NOTICE: is HiouEivontv!: !: ,
ot the Council and Chairman of placed on his own resources earlyIn I the occasional rheumatism and Corn Test PlantingResults with the valuable Mm. Kate Morgan the hnld.J
life. When he was. seven his slightly impaired hearing and eye the following certificate* h.. 1
th '
Bradford County' Chapter of I data obtained
aid
certificates for derl
a tax
the Camp end Hospital Committee father died, and later he becamethe sight he has few complaints to of a Sweet Corn Teat from the sweet be Issued thereon. The rinitl
support of 'his mother, his offer. Since February, 1928, he project, conducted by 20 Bradford number and years of lnnu.nn|
Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton Vice test
corn
I I plant- description of the ,
has lived In the home of Miss 4-H members property
sinter Malinda, and his young was announced this
Chairman the local committee, Ing this season. the names In which It HTM a.
Miss Lucille Mitchell, Mrs. .J. M. nephew, Elmer Lazone. Now a Ollie Marr, on Park Place. Miss week by County Agent L. T. are aa follows: ,
: Certificate 23 oil
In Jacksonville Marr was for years a practicalnurse The Arlatogold Bantam No. Year
theater Dyer.
Mitchell,'and Mrs. Edward Burns, manager [ nuance June 1, A. O 1944DvHcrlptton .
secretary of the local Red 'Cross Mr. Lazone went Into the enter employed' by the late Dr. Evergreen, which had never before Cub Scouts Will Carden Outlines of Property, : All '
: tainment field when about 15, E. L. Bigga. been planted< for market in of NWJ4V of Rd. EWlli,
Chapter. Soon Be I Section 28 Tuwnxhlff 7 SJ
later gofne to the Williams Stock Mr. Crutchfield shies away from the county, ranked high on the 'Bobcats'This Many Benefits flange 21 East .containing 7.J

!ol. Herndon, ,the manager ofVeteran's Company and then touring the much comment on modern times, basis of the number of market To Members I Name In which. aaaesied:: cfl
Hospital made an week's den meetings of the Legion I Morgan Young 1
south and east with variety shows but ventures the opinion that a able ears and the average weighton I All of Bald property being Inl
resting talk to the and I Cub Scouts were announced
group of his own. Mr. Crutchfield's lot of people don't work hard an acre basis. Dyer said that as Veterans of World War II who I County of Bradford, Stats of
< I Doris tja.per,,,,ft ed" .Cross one of the final two bafore the Ida.
< mother died at Ocala in 1903 and don't out like the AHstogold Trl-State
enough. They put placed have UfhesS such certificate or i cooa
not
the American
.J Representative spoke 'monthly Pack meeting In which yet joined
on his sister at Starke, in 1923. they did In the old days, he said.I second, and that longtime local [ I tea shall be redeemed Icon
be ways that the various organIr.stiona 1 members will gain the status of Legion were urged this week by I to law the property dewrlbrd:
-- favorite the Golden Cross Bantam such certificate or certlfkte'be I
can aid the veteran She tan a good ,third. Arlsto- "Bobcats. Adjutant, V. H, .Garden to familiarize -I I aold to the highest blddtii
,t*ted that due, to the fact that parent need at this time Is for1 I Seaboard Officials I It is stated that on June 27th I the courthouse door on (he
porch and garden furniture. The gold ton a was fourth. The Arls-i the themselves with the organ I Monday In month of Au u.t.
recently-organized will
younger ala are now
groups rep Jacksonville Garden Club has 'Discuss Valuation togold Bantam No, l, it was stat. group ization. which .I I. the Ith daof Aud
resented In the hospital the needs have completed its preparatory I 1946. .
ua.va changed and the various agreed/ to provide"a large numberof With City Council ed, was eliminated because of the work and will present handiwork Information: as to the program Hated this 10th" day of J>|
lower yield and close similarity! to 194*.
civic organizations have supplied lawn chairs and other articlesof the Golden Cros.Bantam.Most I projects that have served to Introduce and activities of the local post I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thol

th m, with needed recreation and furniture. Representatives of the SeaboardAir the boys to the OJ1< can best be gained, he said, by I Clerk of Circuit Court of Bniil

library furnishings. The moat ap- Starke people have already been Line met with City Council of< the corn was plantedthe Scout program. attending some of the I County, Florida 821v tl

I active In supplying needed articles members Tuesday to clarify an last of February and grew Sponsored by the Episcopal which are held In the meetlngs'l, : cracriT Corn, astorCOUNTY.

and have thus far contributed 113 apparent discrepancy in evaluations -' off well Dyer said. but becauseof Church under the original leadership on alternate weeks. I cEll' FLORIDA n: CH;

W.C.T. decks of playing cards, 80 cartons of the company's property the excessive rainfall In May, of the Rev. Fred Yerkes, the session is scheduled for Tuesdayat Walter Evans Plaintiff, .... ArEvans -

I of cigarettes, 480 pocket within the city, as compared with I all was. damaged and some of the :non-sectarian organization of boys 8 p. m.Carden "nla". ,.Defendant.' CaM:
1
WhAT Mi.r OF, PROMIN. I novels and stories, 119: soap boxes, returns prior to 1945.: The City projects destroyed./ This, it la aged 9 to 12 is announced as pointed to a number of I ORDER! OF PUBLICATION[
ENCE. HAVB SAID I and 144 shoe cloths. The stated prevented a final and d .- I AND NOTICE TO APPEAl
formed
polishing two
had held up the last return, pending having dens which unique advantages offered by the STATE OF FLORIDA to: A*
Junior Woman's Club has donated the correction. cisive test of the ,varieties, and meet each Friday afternoon with Legion to ex-servicemen. It takes I nla Evan, whose re.ld.nc. |

baa"My convinced experience mo that through abstinence life I 14 heavy glass ash trays and a The Seaboard men explained, another project is I .planned ornext I. Mrs. Lb A.. Canova and Mrs. Bill leadership in size and Influence, Street address, Philadelphia la IOU North Peniwlv Mar]

from number of phonograph records. with use of maps, that previousto year for all except Arls- Alvarez pack mothers. Richard he said, with more than 1,300,000 You are required to WDM"

the boat safeguard splritoua/ to liquor morals Is I, Any organization wishing to 1945 the company had reported togold Bantam No.1. Kldd. Jr.. heads the planning I members in 12,000 posts. The departments I July.d Court ti. and IHt.came in the wherein above tl

and health." I contribute articles or funds to a larger mileage of sidetracks Dyer said that "In every case committee, formed by S. E. Ritch, take active part in rehabilitation tiff seeks divorce. Bradford Co|'

-Robert K. I-. purchase furniture for use at the within the city limits than the boys selected for the project I I L. A. Canova and Charles Jen- work through service I Telegraph net tour shall weekly publish IBMIM.thli Pin II
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"The world today nerds men.ami I Veteran's Hospital Is requested to actually existed. Designation of live on farms where sweet corn I I kins. Bill Alvarez Is Cub Master officers; particularly as to veterans I I Witness my hand and oils

not tho si 0 whose minds and contact Mrs. Breazeale. the 1945 return a* correct was ac Is grown for market. Parents cooperated assisted by Cecil Douglas. needing help and since 1921 seal at : lark., Florid*, tnx

win-power have been wnUirned cepted.In splendidly.; Levy Canova, Jr., and Billy Al- has been active in securing gain- ,I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Tool
the course of routine busi- "The participant.-were Instructed varez are "denners." ful Aa Clerk of ald Court.
or dralroyed by a desire andcrating Stapling/ machines Scotch tape employment for veterans. In William D. Morgan. Fifth F
for alcohol and to paper punches, all types account ness the Council voted to close to plant three-Trows; of each T. A .Rowand, of Live Oak, Boy reference to the Legion's alert Clark Bid*. Jacksonville, }1..

bacco." books ring binders, and many roads passing through the athletic variety about 45 'yards longthecorn [Scout field executive, will be present counsel concerning the nation's Atty. for Pit.'l__ 4l 1 1IV

Ifearjr Ford. [ other I bins at the Bradford grounds of Bradford High. One to be planted'two grains in At the forthcoming Pack meet- defense, the adjutant said that as : ' County Telegraph street, that east of the ball field a hill 18 inches apart In 4-foot ling, to discuss members' activitiesas early as 1941 It sent a commission -I1 COtT: TV. FLORID.n cliCaRT. :

will remain, open. rows. In harvesting the corn, connected with the Boy Scoutsof to England to study civilian Plaintiff. "'. Vj

they were Instructed to count the !I! America. Scouts Lloyd Grlder defense. In individual states it RosnaMIHer.Miller, Defendant. CaM.i No |

..' It's time to check your CAA Official marketable and non-marketable and Tommy Harding serve as den proposed legislation that was the ORDER OF PTJBLICATIO TO APPE*"!
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NOTICE
I, AND
-...'-. ears on the chiefs. The Cuba are admittedinto I >'
same length row on foundation of State Guards, and STA'TE OF FLORIDA to: 1
: printing requirements Meets With BoardsTo each variety, and also to weighone I, the older organization at the in 1919 sponsored the first National I Miller, whose residence New and .d,1 H'l,!
dozen of age of 12. I IB: 2 Meadow Street,
Discuss AirportDewey the best ears of each Defense legislation afterWorld
Connecticut !
Letterheads Envelopes variety. The test came off the I I I It is stated that the group now War I. Under its child You SF5 required to .PI*"n

S Business Cards W. Cole, airport engineerof first week in June. I i has a membership of 10, with welfare .program 3.900,000 chil July Court 22 and, 1948.! cause.In the wh J"vtB Prlseeks | '|

,Iattt the Civilian Aeronautics Administration "While the size and number of I i'others to be added. The mothers dren nave been rendered aid and I divorce.. Bradford thliin I tej

All Ruled Forms met Wednesday with maketable ears determines the and the boys together attend the service since 1O2.1.! I ,..I..raph.ahatt. publish_.. -
Types ---- ---- I next rour wesa---- v
local ,county commissioners and most profitable Pack meetings. k Witness my hand and off
variety to grow, The"organisation's, greatest t Florida, w, .
Sam Sanders. representing the we have had the Duality tested I achievement,. Carderl said ,w,s the.'day seal. of at,June.Starke.148.

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPHPhone Clay County Board to discuss by several persons. 'L.; T Nleland. ,Local ,Petition G. I. BUI of Rights, .which the OFFiCIAL SEAL) CourtTV A. J. no

proposed operation of the Keystone Extension official at the State Legion As Clerk of paid isrb'. FAU
29 ,For More conceived and sponsored Frank. Landrum,
Starke Fla. Sugar II
.Air Base for benefit. i '-"
public University has told us that 'I The Bill provided, among other ,...'Qr Plf. _
The. first move toward conversion took the ears home the Denied i \0'COINTY.
eveningyou By OPAA things, for '$500,000,000: construction I!or of the base to civilian use gave them to me and cooked of hospital facilities-, flnan M.OIUMAI
had been made in a meeting on them I public petition -60 Cia... .
personally and sampled bearing; signatures clal assistance up to $75: a month Margaret Crla;.er, F
May 22nd of Starke civic leaders them Inxmedl ate 1 y. and I can filed with the OPA In plus $500: for tuition fees for Oeortre W. Crl....''. Jr.,

and a representative of Keystone truthfully say this was the I request for an additional issue of those wishing to complete their Case No.' nit.ORDER OF. P,.?.! .

Clothingand Heights. Advantages have been best lot of garden corn I ever canning sugar was denied this education, speedy settlement of AND NOTICE TO I"c( t,
outlined In the airport's adoption tasted week James STATE OF FLORID ,
and some of the varieties by H. McCoy, of disability claims, and
unemployment Jr., who'Ct
.
I W. Crla er,
;
for commercial uses, particularly showed Jacksonville, chief of
very little difference. the Sugar allowances of $20 a :'week. 0 West Splllet St.
regarding the shipment strawberries However In flavoring and eating Ration Section. It I. ..
was stated that to
ShoesFOR and other products by quality I was able to determinesome I In reply McCoy stated that "The the large memberahlp'the becauseof ,July You tlr are 11148 required. In t".1ed Stiff n

cargo plane. It was also noted slight difference, and rank amount of sugar to be rationed dues are annual Court and cauie. *J Co

that with the Increase In passenger them in this order: Golden Cross by the OPA is allocated by the advantage small to the yet affording full Telegraph seeks divorce.ahall P"0"Brs** 5124'
travel expected for the future Bantam Department of individual in "an weekly 'I"0.''
first and then Arlsto- Agriculture and organization neat four and 0 .
the field be wed for this that is not run by a I'A Witness my hand
might gold Bantam No. 1, Aristogold Agency has no control over I Florida. tIll'
clique, and seal at Htarke.
operates from .
the bottom
this -
section by leading airlines. Bantam Evergreen, Aristogold the production of sugar, nor does to the JOth. H4.. Tw1OFFICIAL !:
The base, on the shores of Crystal Tri-State. and lona.' It determine the quantity which top, Instead of from I ( SEAL) AJ.
Arlatogold
The Entire Family Lake, was developed by the Armyat ,Rodney Hall, whose work on the shall be made available for civilian I.in top the to bottom." There is no.rank AsCi.ric. R. HesB.of ,;said 104-05 Court.Chas. BJacksonville. B
Legion .
a coat of than Garden said.BRDFOI. Fla. ,
more S3.000.0OO, project was particularly /good, distribution or for other. pur- ,,.[ 41
for Pit.
Atty.
and affords all modern facilities. said The Golden Cross Is grandin Poses. ? 1:01": CISCrIT COURT, D '

Transfer to joint operation by the taste, and the Bantam No. 1 "We regret that the sugar sup COIYNTY FLORIDt, i:* CHAN.: IV: CIRCUIT rLORIIJ1'1 COIBT.rorwrv. III' !CS
CERY.
Every day is bargain day two return counties for the would be made In also has a swell flavor.' ply situation would not permit the Frank Harr..l.on, P I a I ntlff. ve. CER r. Plaintiff,

maintenance. responsibility of Dyer stated that for further March issuance 9 of a larger amount on .No.Bertha 4860.Harr..l.on, Detendant. Case neors-e Fleanore E.Jackson", Detend.nt


at the .* Details discussed concerning the proposalwere plots tests, of I 1-10 will to recommend 1-4 acre of larger each son. Tentative than five plans pounds call per for per-the STATE AND ORDER NOTICE OF OF :PUBLICATION TO APPEAR No. ORDER 4364. "'OF PlTtlL1CA'tAFAND TO Arj- t

Wednesday and it validation of a second stamp for FLORIDA to: Bertha OFFLORID..
variety placed with nan..hlon .
a few boyspresenting who"e residence STATE |d "
Is expected that definite action home and d- .., resiPulnaka.
canning dress ,. who
the different purposes as the : % Clerk ot the Court. more Jaeksone.
would be taken at a to soil Georgetown, South New ork. "r
meeting heavy fruit production Carolina,. pi>
season
be held at the types of the county ap You are,.required! to appear on You are required 'Vr al b",, 111
Airport on the proaches and
the sugar supply July 11th, *,* 'In the July 22 U" .In the pU"
above .
The n
boys mflff .h..r..ln
STAR Store first.:Monday in July. contributing the eight permits. The amount allocated by Court M-cause. wherein plain Court and cause 1I..df"rd! *'
best projects, Dyer said, were the Department of yiLltekg.d'Xorf' *' Bradford County seeks divorce. l. c
Agriculture shall PU
is .
Zach Crawford shall publish this Telegraph 'Iftue*
Bobby McClellan, already 40 per cent higher than In next four weekly lesues."rv"r In next four weekly I 5nd, efVltnvKB [
NEW REMINGTON' PORT- Cecil Crawford. Jr.. Rodney HaIl that allocated for WItn ss my hand and official seal \ my hand l hl l' .
1945.:
You .Florid
may at Stark.. 'iortda "-al at Starke
ABLE typewriters, $' 1.11 (ln- Kenneth Norman. Bobby Rosier, be assured that as the is 44. this ",un. Uth.OFFICTAL to. 1544. r "bofOFFICr.L

I rlndes tax) Bradford County John Brady Clark and Harry mlts, rations will be Insreaaed supply per. ( ilEAL) A. J, Thomas, I SEAL) Court..A. '' !
ac AI Clerk of said
Green. ot said Court. Aa Clerk 'lll'
'I Telegraph. cordingly." T. Frank I.and.um, 4cark' .. Fltrlda Z..ch H. DouglaS. .ln' 'J.J1 jl '
I.AU" fur Pit. 1-14 u. T-$ *157. for Plf.



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