Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 5, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication ,
Established In 1877STARKE

rjjvrY-EiGirr FLORlDA.FKlU.WLY 5, 1916 -
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lersToGet New Rotary President Receives Gavel City Council and School Board Pledge

I[ercent Race Raise Fund $1500 Each for Health Department

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I|str.button past of season race trackthe this I Negro Man r Dies Service OfficerI I Garbage Levied Collection Fee Will Be

Bought guarantee that By City To Raise

B t'lchers'percent salaries The Increase will be Of Stab Wound; Now On Duty t Necessary Fund

Elective? with the begln- I
DU Bummer term this The City Council in regular !session Tuesday night
;Wife\ Arrested At CourthouseThe voted to contribute $IC OO) to the support of the Bradford

the'" announcementEiftae ., County Health Department for the ensuing/ year, at the

said "Some of theme I James Butler, 30, negro ex-GI office of the County Service same time levying a garbage! collection fee of 50c per month

[ of this year will beer I land pulpwood employe was stabbed Officer was formally opened In on residences and $1 per month on business: and apartment
into next year's bud- I the: county commissioners' room houses to help raise the necessary revenue.
Be the teachers a 10 per- \ to death with a butcher knife at the Bradford County courthouse The Council's action, answering the repeated plea of a large
((1946- I along the curbing of Rom 48, just
e for next year this week. delegation' interested citizens. for continued support of the health
,1 beyond Sapp's store in Keno, Sat- The Service department, is believed
Officer Albert Lee to assure operation of the unit for another
[rd's final share of the I urday night about 8 o'clock. The Crosby, World War II veteran year, since the lIra)
|j was 13CO.: Previously 5 ? knife remained In the deep stab and resident of Brooker is engaged moetlng Monday agreed to contribute $1500 for the ensuing year,

[( the fund had been al- ryA I wound and Butler died a few minutes Jointly by the county and, Veterans' providing the Council gave an equal amount The Bradford County
J. M. Lee.
[Comptroller Administration under the
later when he was carriedto Board of County Commissioners had previously budgeted $3000 for
[chool Board this weekIts State Service Commission act of
the office of the health department.
a local
its action of last yearg physician. the last Florida legislature.Mr. .
[ children of elementary Corrlne Parker Butler 27, Is : Crosby accepted the position Pledged' amounts from the throe board total $6,000--still $300

I, other districts entering oelng held In the county jail under June 1, and during the period short of the $6,300 appropriation asked of local agencies to supple
[ke district. The Board $2000 bond which had not been from June 10 to June 29 attended ment $I>,8IH which will bo forthcoming from state and federal sources

[ "In the future parents raised Wednesday. The arrest Lhe state and county service of. for operation of the local health department However It ,Is believed
[. their children In the I won made by County Road Patrolman ficers' school conducted by the that the $aooo from local sources will\ bo sufficient to insure operation

[pool will not be required Melvin McKinney and City Veterans' Administration at Passe of the department for another year. The deportment's estimated

emission from the trus- Policeman Matt Morgan.The Grille\ Florida, In order to render expense' for the year totals. $16,101.00 and Is: budgeted as follows!

I'Jie district from whiche Parker woman Is alleged Bradford County veterans expert Health Officer (part time) ___u___________________?__?__ 2,760.00

but the board doesft to have stabbed her husband dur- service. Sanitary Officer (full\) time) ___________________________ 2,400.00(

to furnish transporta-schoolto ing an argument in which he Is Mr. Crosby stated that his Job Public Health Nurse (full time) .__?_____________?_____ 2,100.00Public
[ these elementary said to have asked for ix "to aid all veterans with their
out of a divorce Health Nurse (part time) ._____._________________ 1,020.00Clinic
be transported claims
They were married in 1940 and pensions, Insurance, sub-
Nurse (part time) _________ _____ ._
1 ol or district except inIre have two children. "alstance, hospitalization, out pat.' ? ? __?_________ 82000
it would cost ,less to lent treatment, education, on the V. D, Inspector (part time) --_______._.____________.___?_ 840.00

[ them out of their dls- I CommissionersHear job training, and everything per- Clerk (full time) ----__________.___-L____. _______._._>_ 1,560.00Janitor
enentary children enter- Joe C. Hoover (left) 'new president of the Starke Rotary Club taining to veterans service author- (part time) _________.__.___._.._.._______.__..__ 81000
Burke: district from other Is, pictured above receiving the gavel from E. L. Matthews, retiring RequestsFor lzt'd by law. It Is my desire to

[will be subject to the ap- president. Hoover took office at the first meeting of the new Rotary Adv Fund talk to veterans and their dependents 12.12000

the local Starke trusi year, July 3. Guest speaker at this meeting was Major Garland about any of their problems Travel (Health Officer & Staff) ____........_._______,,*? 2301.00, ,

Powell of Gainesville who discussed Rotary's Student Loan Fund. During a busy meeting Monday to see If a solution' can be workedout. Supplies -.________.______-.j 1_.___??..._______________ 600.00

meeting Monday the the County Commissioners received know. For that Instance$100 funeral, many do not Equipment .--.----..--,___..______.._...__........__.. 750.00
Ippointed teachers Miss I the tax collector's report of expenses Contingents .. _..__ __.___.,. ..__
Grlffls and Miss ElltheI Although No Cause for Polio Scare fur veterans is available, or that -- ------ -- -. _?_.__ 600.00

) Lawtey. Mrs. Blanche I Public Urged to Take Precautions errors assessments.insolvencies'The 1945 and Intangibletax double the "government will furnish a BlologlcaU 4 drugs ?______...__>._.______.._.__.__ 820.00

lo River and Mrs. flag.
New : roll was approved, with the
[fee Green to Brooker, The State Board of Health this every child may be closely In- report showing credits In the a- The office hours are 8 o'clock .' 17,191.00
''ies and Herbert ParrUh. week cautioned that :>Poliomyelitis spected. Any child showing abnormality mount of $30.50., Approval of the A. M. until 5 o'clock P. M. The Estimated carry over _._________-..._,._ l.OOO.OO
| and Commodore;Crews, (infantile paralysis w) is on the should be placed under Real and Personal tax: roll for office location Is temporary until .

ere t awarded bus;routes. increase In Florida this year, and the care of a physician and the 1S43 showed county tax creditsof more suitable arrangements can -1A-.,-101--.nn--
urged that parents observe every health authorities notified at once. $1090.55, with :.discounts of be made, Mr. Crosby Raid. At the meeting Tuesday night
[of Airport v ,. precautionarymeasurer against particularly did he urge that all $3259.05. .*> Mayor..Charles Darby served a* Member*'Pit. Brrftres 'made a
the disease. Dr. Edwin Q.,RIley houses be screened against files A meeting of a Board of Equal- Canning Center spokesman for that' Council and explained :: motion that the oit/ contribute
pint Operation State Epidemiologist said there Is Very little Is known about polio, izers for the review of tax assessments StartProcessing to the delegation that the $1000 to the health
Ready to
ned Down not yet cause for alarm, but that but the fact has been established was ordered fur July 8th. city Is not as "flush" with money for the ensuing year, and levy a
there U: a considerable increaseof that the germs are contained in Upon application for relief from MeatsWith as some people seemed to think. garbage collection fee to raise the
liposal for the public ac- cases as compared with last II the secretion from the nose and flood waters by Willie Grlffis and "Revenue from the light and additional revenue. Following
of the Keystone Air year and that every care should I throat. Bowel discharges have Russell Horn by, a request was the end of the vegetable water plant dropped $1200 last of dissatisfaction from expressions
| abandoned by the Board be exercised.Dr. i also been found to contain the infectious filed with the State Highway De- season at hand, the community month and there in no way of the delegation, Mr. Bridges changed -
Commissioners Monday, Riley said that both this I agent. The virus has partment for an Investigation of canning plant has announced that knowing how much more this his motion to read $1500 Instead -
JJicatlon: that the Clay and last year the disease is showing definitely been associated with drainage onto farm lands from produce and meats Will henceforthbe revenue will decline" Mayor of $1000. The motion was
card did not desire to up considerably ahead of the flies. Therefore, every precaution state roads. Use of the County's canned on Wednesdays"' and on Darby stated. "We cannot cut seconded by K. W Hayes and
i Joint grantee. universally accepted "polio sea- Is urged to control the Insect grading equipment was* authorizedfor such other days as the demand re- salaries of city employes In the was unanimously carried, although
reject has gained the son". Ordinarily polio is more known to carry other diseases; the Salvation Army develop- quires. For the present the plant face of higher living costs, and Councilman C. A Knight qualifiedhis
support of Keystone prevalent In the midsummer typhoid fever, for Instance. ment at Bedford Lake will be operated on Wednesdays we are at a loss to 1 see where aye vote by stating that he

I citizens, as represented months, but that was not true Isolation of sick children Is Important Requests by a delegation for a only. further economies can be effectedat I was In favor of cgntrlbutlng the
IWalwrath, and the local last year and certainly not this Children known to have supplemental appropriation for V. R. Ferguson, v *> c a tlonal- the present time". Repeatedly $1500./ but was opposed to the
1 expressed Interest In season. He pointed out however, been exposed to disease shouldbe the County advertising fund will agriculture director of BUS, said/ stating that ho recognized the ,garbage collection fee.
agement of the field that it Is definitely a WARM quarantined for at least 14 be reviewed during the prepara- that beginning next week canning value of the health department to Tuesday night's meeting was
I Clay commissioners. The WEATHER disease, and that days from the date of contact. tion of the Temporary Budget on would be scheduled In advance of the community, although he had I very much a repetition of Mon

air base would have Florida, because of her climate, Again Dr. Riley warned that July 8th. the patron's delivery of foodstuffs. received frequent complaints con day morning's events when an
|ed\1 over to the two coun- might therefore be expected to In which the polio All persons desiring to use the cerning phases of Its operation In I even larger delegation appeared
the manner the past, Mayor Darby said that
y In return for the re- be among the first to report an 177 Fishermen non-profit facilities were requested I before the Board of Public Instruction -
I'y of maintenance. outcrop of the disease. germ is spread from one to another first to notify the manager of the he was simply trying to explainthe asking that It increase
Guard against exertion. Do not is actually not known, Fail to Renew type and quantity o f meat or city's position In the matter. Its previously pledged $000 appropriation
action Is taken by an- swim when overheated. SCHOOLS therefore, every possible channelof produce to be processed. The time Fred F. Stump, who served as to $1800. After hearing
t agency, It seemed SHOULD NOT BE CLOSED DUR- spreading the disease shouldbe Expiring PermitsCounty for canning will then be arranged. spokesman for the delegation, the delegation, and obtainingan

Lake acquisition facilities of the ING AN EPIDEMIC. In this way controlled. Judge K:. K. Perryman With a decline In the volume of asked if it were not trim that ; expression from Arthur R. Meflae -
will be- the city had 'aroun.l tSO.OOO Invested
dead Issue." announced Monday that 177 local vegetables, the cannery began accepting superintendent of public instruction
meats last week. A totalof In federal savings bonds that "If
position, a s originally Art Manassa Stages i Local Restaurant anglers licenses failed before to the purchase deadline fishing for 381 cans were processed Thurs and suggested that part of this as we expect It to go, we will have

[local) officials by the Whirlwind Finish Sold to NewcomerPurchase renewal. Permits for the preced- day, with 100 of these for pork be used to make up the city's I. the money", Hoard Member O. C.
for the grant of a 2574-: June from one hog, butchered by E. D. $1500 contribution. City Clerk 1 Kelly made a motion that the
> affording three :5,000- In Bowling TournyArt of Roy's Restaurant ing year expired midnight, Tenly. Thirty cans of pork saus- Carl Johns replied that It had I School Hoard contribute $1500 If

'aya, hangers, control \l:1r.C: !<:. Dykes, formerly of I 30th. age were put up by Mrs Hogan been necessary to cash some of I the City Council would give an
lighting apparatus, and Manassa, Starke's tenpin Green Cove Springs I was an-' Judge Perryman said that licenses I Smith the bonds for the retlrment of the equal amount. The motion wan>

J\1a equipment and ace, treated fans to "an outstanding nounced this week.A I for 1946-47 were placed on Total for the week was 888 city's original Issue of sewer and I.seconded by J, E. Brown, and
The In the finals sale June 7th, and can be obtained paving bonds. The city ntlll has
field would be display of bowling veteran rest a u ran man cans of pork, beef, peaches, ford- ,unanimously carried
I-W Journal's owned and daily from 8:30 a. m. to 4:30p. : around $23,000 In bonds, but had
cargo Jacksonville
planes In the of the Dykes has previously hooks, peas, corn butter beans,
I ot produce, and could Florida Open tournament Thurs- managed cafes in Mississippi and m. at the Courthouse. tomatoes and soup mixture. planned to apply these on outstanding Shriners Attend

|the most maters. faclll- day., Scoring high in the third, at Pensacola. He was dischargedfrom A total of 325 resident, fishing The plant was closed ThursdayIn sewer and paving bonds.
nOrtda of the October, issued during the Mayor Darby reminded the delegation Daytona
tourists travel- fourth and fifth games the Infantry last licenses were observance of the Fourth of I CeremonyA
r. final block Art staged a whirl- after service with the 65th and past year, i i48 of which had .been July holiday. that the city had recently
wind finish to claim a second 9th divisions during five cam renewed Monday morning. I purchased a grader and that It delegation of approximately
place score of 8,987. The first paigns of the ETO. The State Fish and Game laws would soon be necessary to Install 25 members of the Starke Shriners
iagere award went to Lyle Wallace, with most recently operatedFord's prohibit fishing In fresh water Special ProgramA a new water tank as the present! Club, headed by President Tom
Hotel Dykes without one Is In -a near-dangerous condi Harding, witnessed ceremonies for
9,040. Restaurant at Green Cove lakes and stream permit.A
program on relief and rehabilitation tion. In view of the uncertain acceptance o f Morocco Temple
lla Prior to the rally, Manassa He stated that he will fee of $2 Is charged. will be given by the
r Weeks, formerly of Springs. future It Is desirable for the city candidates at Daytona Beach last
at third, and climbed to In chicken and steaks, of the Brooker BaptlatWoman's
L, trailed specialize ladles
The local
became manager of well to keep a cash reserve on hand, Thursday. group was
Hotel this week. the second notch by besting Con- and serve regular meals, as 29 4-H Members Missionary Society Sun- It was stated. Joined In a motor convoy by members -
eeltl rad Guntl with successively torrid as short orders between lunch day night beginning at 8 o'clock. from Lake Butler.It .
Is a sister of :Mrs at 118 W. Attended Camp Mayor Darby stated that the
n of scores of 206 and 247. hours. The business The program will be presented In Councilmen had discussed the was stated that the day's
this this
: f city andtaught Two other local entries were Call street, will be reopened I Local members of the 4-H Club the Brooker Baptist church and matter for 30 minutes before arrival events Included a parade, buffet
bergta years Henry Manasaa and Judge E. K. week. I returned last weekend from a tri.I everyone Is cordially Invited to of the delegation and It was dinner, band concert, dance and
Paul Perryman whose scores were well Roy Johnson the former owner, county assembly at Camp Me- attend. the opinion of members that a entertainment. Over 100 candidates -
;If the Reynolds, former toward the front of the field of recently moved to Palatka. I Quarrie, In the Ocala National special election should be held to representing all parts of
ang health Hotel, resigned 72 but not qualified for the Forest. County Agent I* T. Dyer Methodist ChurchHoly determine whether or not the I the State, took part In the ceremony -
'111. In and returned finals. Capt. L. O. Jones said the boys profited both from rltlzens of Starke desired J1SOO: .
Ashvlile. N. C. the recreation and l Instruction offered Communion will be observed of this reserve fund spent for I
ep made many friends Walter King With I On Terminal Leave during the five-day encamp- at both services In the the support of the health depart t Recent Births

mL residence In Starke L. O. Jones, for many ment, which was under the direc- Methodist Church on Sunday. The ment. (
her genial person- Fire Department I Captain resident of Starke and active -I r tion of State Supervisor J. E. topic of the morning sermon will When this proposal did not meet iicnrnr n. EI IO.NDH. JH.

Walter King to I years In a the local unit of the FlorIda -I Brown. be "God Uses Small Things to with the approval of the delegation -I| Mr and Mrs. Hubert B. Edmonds -
Appointment of has Guard was visiting Twenty-nine members of the Impart His Power". The evening because of the unavoidable announce the birth of a
Kite Buys the local Fire Department R c. National here Wednesday and Bradford club participated In the topic will be "When He Saw TheirFaith" delay Involved, the councilmen )son, Hubert B. Edmonds, Jr., on
lea been announced by Chief veteranreceived friends He was accompaniedby assemblies for public speakingand The Junior Choir will went into a brief "huddle" withR. Satu r day. June 29, In St. An-
Farm ( Buford. King, a navy as Thursday. and his mother. entertainment In the auditorium sing at the evening hour, and congregational A Green attorney for the thony's Hospital, Bt. Petersburg.Mrs. .
his discharge his wife will also be Edmonds Is the former Miss
IUd Alice released periods of swimming and singing Board of County Commissioners,
Kite, of Starke Radioman Second Class In ,I captain Jones wa Young People will meetat Ruth Jones of Starke.ii. .
tQnc | the their with
service duty
Baum In the purchase of ruary after 37 months' ,i' from active Artillery Gun Battalion parliamentary procedure and lifesaving 6:45 for an Interesting pro- possibly the health department A. POPE. TIT
Crosby Included LST duty In the In-I, Anti-Aircraft gram. could retrench a little on expenditures
that based In Camp Phillip Morris Dr. and Mrs. B. A Pope. Jr..
d Formerly i, Brown was assistedIn Prayer meeting Is held each In view of the fact that
Federal vaston of Normandy. LaHavre, France and began Supervisor of Norfolk, Va., announce the arrival -
:]a the deed atampe re-i Ga., he became a terminal leave June 14. the direction of activities! ) by Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, part of fit load was lifted with of a son Benjamin Ashley
Indicate the of Tlfton, his the Bible Quiz is now being the closing of Camp Blending.Following" .
and and
I will Tom McCrory
'y sold In 1939. Captain and. Mrs. Jones Bob Gist Pope, HI. on June 21st. Mrs.
for $10.000, Starke resident E. H. Vance, used after a very Interesting this Informal period,
now their home 1 n Columbus,I County Agents Dyer Pope was the former Miss Lois
formerly owned by Dr. The department's staff make he expects to return I)of Hardee County and A. S. Laird Bible reading. Those who attend the Council was called to order Adkins, daughter of Judge and
:kl where
Is' Buford, King Ga., I Bibles. by Chairman L. A. Canova and
located In Sec- consists of Chief to the postal service Jof Gilchrist County. are asked to bring Mrs. A. Z. Adklns of Starke.1if .
004 24 I
Of Township Six. and Fireman Harold Glasgow.




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or NOTICIII 0'" APPLICATIONFOR which I. the 6th dam'
LATE (H.*.. mil No. 1MA3 Dated A'J19U.
TO CLASSIFY Mrs. Kate Morgan, the holder of (OFFICIAL SEAT, '
Establish*} 1877 the followingcertificate* has filedaid Clerk of Circuit A. J, 'TI,
i .. certificate for a tax deed to County, Florida! ru <*
E. L. Matthew ._________... Editor and Owner By Russell Kay By Billee RossThe be Issued thereon. The certificate I 8*3l II"(!
I numbers and year of Issuance the
, You know if these oil folks keep other night I attended a church program description of the property and
?dished I Weekly eD Fridays and Entered M Second Clam Matter foolin. around wits their drlllin' the nam" In which It was assessedare
devoted to taking
I where part of the time was up a* follow:
At the Peat Office at Staxke. Florida. rigs, first thing you know they'll I GETT4F
I for the starving people of Europe To Certificate No. S3 Year of I*
tap a gusher and smear black money uance June 1, A. D. 1944. sPEEpy
sticky petroleum all over Florida. carry out the Idea more effectively, some childrenwere Description of Property: All NEK suR

It Seems That. Recently at Sunnlland in Collier dressed In discarded clothes such as we send i of Section NWVt 23 W of Township Rd. Ex W 7 9 1-3 South A. RELIEFpRgCNDGFSt10

I j County, the Humble Oil Company ;S to the Impoverished children overseas. I sat and Range 21 East ,.containing- acres. /
Oumt Editorial by Wm. Duncan while there two Name In which assessed. : Clyde
brought In the State's third pro- /! 1/ looked at them, and all the were
The burden of official opinion these days seems ducing well and from all reports wF '1.l' LJ t4 t .,4 people sitting In front of me, laughing ao hardit.j Morgan All of Young-raid. property being In the t
now' to be lingering on one profound conclusion, namely it Is a sure enough well that is delivering : they could hardly look at the children. I felt County of Bradford State ef Flor-

that the public is asleep. This, at any rate, is the pre- oil at the rate of 233 bar :. z ,1; sorry for the children up there, even though I ida.Unlea such certificate or certificates 1 1 1
vailing belief if we are to judge by those who have the rels a day. This new well is Just p" ,.,"; knew that they were well fed and well clothed shall be redeemed according; 9l

most direct access to the various branches of govern- two and a half miles away from average American children. I could not stop the to law the property described In
ment. Almost all)) the leading columnists, radio com- the: other two producing wells in such certificate or certificate will
tears that came to to think of the children of Europe whom l
the area and gives concrete evi- my eyes be sold to the highest bidder ,at
in the of opinion
mentators and authorities journals dence that there la oil in the they represented.My the courthouse door on the first Carpenter's

have, at one time or* another, dipped into the easy indifference 'Glades, and the geolo\sts|| are husband has told me the pathetic story of the "second chow Monday in .month of August, 1-946. Drug S

i that the average citizen is somehow to blame getting closer and closer to the line" In Austria last winter. When the American soldiers had fin e

. j for errors in Washington. One, Samuel Grafton, a ished eating; and were emptying the left-over foodfrom, their mesa ,

columnist who is among the very best has toured a pool.Another good Indication is that gear Into the garbage cans a line of children, ranging in age from I

large part of the nation and is now engaged in eloquently the oil from this new well la bet- 'five to thirteen, would stand there with empty cans or containers of When Your Tires Are Slick Time to RecaRECAPPING

registering his impressions of apathy among ter quality than from the other any kind, waiting with hungry eyes and hollow stomachs for what :
the rank and file. .1 wells, with a specific gravity of x
I ever the CIa had to throw away.: It didn't matter If it was just a AND
But, as so often seems the case to those of us of 24.9 compared with about 20 for VULCANIZING
of of to it.
crust bread or a bite Spam-they were glad get They ALL
modest these observers fail to the other two wells. TIRES
ordinary literacy
would even remove the cigarettes that had been shoved In the scraps :
what they Presuming for the moment The No.1 well wan brought in i AND TUBES
exactly mean.
j to put out the light and then eat the remains. At this time there
that a lot of damage to the democratic cause has and is during October, 1943 and It Is '
still about 20 barrels a was snow and ice on the ground and, after eating what they could 24-HOUR SERVICE
done in Washington in what specifically, lathe producing
being ,
way day. The No. 4 well was broughtin find, the children would return in their thin rags to the cold, damp BEST MATERIALS
general public at fault and what are we to do aboutit
a few months later and it is barracks and shacks that housed them.
? Do they have elected too of the I GRADE "A"
mean we many RUBBER
130 to 140 ba.r.rels I
producing from Today in Europe there are four times as many displaced peopleas
wrong kind of candidates, or have failed to give office- a day, so the total production there are occupying troops and it Is our job to feed them. We, I Workmanship Guarantee
holders the right kind of advice ? What kind of advicedo
today from the three producing
as the greatest nation, on earth, have tackled this Job and we have I PHONE
they want? It may well be that we are guilty of well all owned by the Humble Oil 79
never tackled one yet that we couldn't do. It Is up to each and every
such sins of negligence. If we do not have enough good Company Is over 500 barrels a
American to do this job.
in Washington our critics might well)) harken back help I
men ,
day.The Don't buy anything that you don't need, and cook your leftoversIn STARKE TIRE SERVICEAdjoining
and designate who were the right ones that we failed I new well ia not quite as
to recognize. OP they might, in straightforward fashion deep as the other two producers.It whatever way you can. Every slice of bread saved means more
Is 19 foot shallower than the foor for them over there. We've gone all the way so far, and we. I
enumerate the qualities essential to officeholdersin Temple Garage Temple Ave
No. 4 hole and 148 feet less than.must do it now.RURAL .
these times. This seems all)) very elementary, yet we
No.1. The well showed a
may again face the fact that most voters seldom if ever new
pressure of 360 pounds per square pasture produce just as much feedas
hear a lucid, simple discussion of what is needed in can- Inch which was below the 425

didates by any other than the immediate and understandably I pound pressure recorded when the COMMONSENSE possible. ..

biased supporters of the candidates them- No. 4 well came in. But there Getting maximum results from

selves. During an election, what we get from those in I has been no pronounced drop off pasture requirements fertilizationwhen

a position to best understand the issues at stake are 'in pressure during the test, which necessary, planting improved CONWAYS

clouds of rhetoric-the sort of highly informed prose oil men say is a good sign. Initial pasture crops. that have proved
effective perhaps far it but its audience is pressure on the No. 4 well quickly FEED STORAGES PLACE
as as goes, STRONG ACCENT ON TilE their worth, planting temporary
while with th j new wellIt
dropped, <
limited. These men 'have good, reasonable convictions.As is consistent. VALUE OF GOOD GRAZINGIn pastures suoh as cattail millet 'f

to what they really stand for the average personcan rotating stock from one grazing PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE
scarcely guess, ''however, because there is seldom Interest Is reaching a fever heatin view of the serious feed tract to another to give the grassa

real, plainlspeaking' about the issues and personalities the area for the big oil com shortages the value of good pas chance to come back mowing
leased millions of
involved.We panies have ture Is recognized by more farm- when necessary to keep the grass Oil Changing
acres in Central and South Florida
have, true, the radicals on the left and, as well)), and every man with an oil ers today than ever before. Good vegetative and to suppress weeds Greasing
pasture always has been necessaryfor and careful all-round good ,..man
on the right, whose positions are clear enough. Everyone lease on his land Is thrilled at the Waxing
maximum success with live- agement. The farmer who does
knows where they stand. On the one hand, you news and feels. confident that the ,
stock, but today good pasture ia these things will have as much
have those who would seek to justify even the recent day will coma when he will cash more necessary than ever before.In difficulty keeping his stock In l t Washing

railroad"strike ; they have been roundly condemningthe in on the black gold that he Is the past when commercial good condition and producing as Polishing

president and all his workers since he instructed certain lies below his land. feeds were rather plentiful and the farmer who overlooks or neglects Tire Repairs

Congress on that astounding emergency. On the other, As was the case when the other considerably cheaper than they them.

you have a Westbrook Pegler. We feel the latter is producing wells were brought In, are now, some dairymen, poultrymen Feed supplies are short and ELECTRIC ARC WELDIN
a categorical apologist for entrenched monopoly, and the success of the new well has and others succeeded in available feed high in price. Good

that 'his! opinions and his column are of little use to spot.caused Folks a rush from of curious all over to South the I making profits on their products pasture is the most logical and

anyone, even when he directs his talents upon a target Florida climbed in their cars and I with comparatively small pasturesof the simplest answer to the probe AMOCO GAS

like: Petrillo. The weaknesses of a Petrillo, who is op- drove by for a look at the well. unimproved grazing plants, but lem. It would'seem that It Is the I ONE HOUR

posed to 1Jiejlarger l welfare, would be known even if I It has also spurred interest in It'. a different matter today. only answer, Stock must be OIL & GREASE

there we > no fjtgHrs.- Indeed, Pegler niay- be a, handicap -:other 'wedls' being drilled in the Limited supplies of commercial maintained profitably, must be
his I kept at high production If the [ ,
feeds make jt necessary for the
fqr Insidious type of attack creates sympathy State all the way from Apalachicola '* r
producer is to make and
"* to the Florida Keys. livestock owner to feed less than profit, Quaker State
for enemies.
costs of production must be held
With a Pegler, and with his! polar opposites, thereis State Geologist Herman Gunter I he did before, and of the feeds comparatively make I to a minimum. Unless good pasture Oil

obviously something wrong; they are exceedingly gives the following Information as liberal high feeding prices unsound economic i is used to supplement avail Sealed Containers
biased for to the status of these wells as of' able commercial feed
; they are special interests, and the positionof ally even If there were enough or replace
special interests is usually in such difficulties with ;April 9th: I' available.To It, those things are not possible

the democratic concept that what their spokesmen haveto I The Pure 011 Company well In keep his production costs In most cases. RIDE
Franklin County is now down 11- AUTO LITE
say is not generally the truth but propaganda. Theyare FLORIDAGREYHOUND
375 feet : as low as possible, to keep his BATTERIESLet's
not within hailing distance of clarifying solutions production at a< high level and to
The Ohio 011 well in
Company's NOTICE
advantageous to the nation as a whole.So Hernando County, 11 miles ,north' help as much, aa, he can in the NOTICE! IS HEREBY I3IVEN TO LINES, Inc.
it is: when the public is called .upon to consideran great program for producing food ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERNthat
west of Brooksville Is down 8,783 I have filed my Final Accounting BUSSESFor
election, or to render support and advice to the incumbents enough to meet our own needs a. Administrator of the d, ,w,1i4Y

; the average citizen puts his call through to feet.The Republic Oil Company'swell and prevent widespread starvation Estate, of and Archbald have petitioned H. Oreen deceased the- Safety

Washington, hoping to find what is going on; but the southeast of Homestead Is In other lands, it is necessaryfor Honor a b I. E. K. Perryman. aa Comfort & Economy

line is tapped by propagandists, whose only contribu- down 10,754 feet and the Gulf Oil the farmer, no matter what County Florida, Judge for Final of" Bradford Discharge County aa of, Phone 147

tion are discordant sound-effects; and on the other end Company's well 30 miles east of kind of stock he has, to make the I the IIIth day of July, 1946. Take Care 01 Ii
to make his I* J. Green a* Administrator.
most of his pasture
of the wire are those whose hearts are doubtless in the Key West is down 5.530 feet. .u tt 1.1

right place, but who make their explanations in what In Osceola County Humble'a .

darn near sounds like a foreign language to those of Ray Carroll Well No.1. north of .
Deer Park, ia 1,848 feet. i
us who haveA't a college)) degree in economics, or have The first two down Humble wells pro.

been too busy tending farms and small businesses to duced a total of 43,500 barrels of eat Have a Coke

acquire even half a degree in economics. oil through 1045 and while mostof .

We have the extremists, who get to the point, even the oil produced was used in

if their point is wrong. But we are not hearing enough the field and therefore was un-
from those who taxed the State Comptroller collected i
might speak out with equal vehemence, ..
with equal force the $419,97 for such oil as was
on argument that rings true: the .
t cause of the subject to the 5 per cent of the ,
people as a whole. The days of spirit, 4l
value tax placed on Florida
when a man knew his gross
country was right, did not produced oil by the last legisla
hesitate to say so, are surely not dead. ture.

The 'effect upon candidates is very sad indeed. Oil, quantities of It, will event t

The time of campaign and election is most important. ually come from Florida wells to

Here we accept and, in a sense, instruct our candidates. enrich the coffers of the State

} Rut the average voter seldom knows what is needed, and bring riches to fortunate

r what must Ite done, who should be turned down. The citizens on whose property. It is 1 i citi

campaigner not surprisingly goes along with the easiest produced. ti .
way to win an.off ice. lie need not declare himself, except nut Florida Is not standing < (
around waiting for Other
in the most general terms, for the definite pros great Industries are developingthat

and cons on the things that count most are not made In time should mean as muchIf i -- -

known to the voters by observers who best know what not more to Florida than the

they are. Instead, all candidates from those for highest oil she will, produce. /

office down to cross-roads constable turn to tactics 'Ramie, the wonder fibre crop 1 i

along the order of promising a faithful service and an is being planted in a number of 0 "- ..

honest administration. Which of areas on a commericlal scale, de-
course, means noth
ing. Nobody but a fool could campaign on the platform cordlcatlng plants are being built
and they will be followed by great I :
that he is unfaithful and dishonest. Such politicking textile mills. he i

is not as impressive as it was for awhile. The In the same Everglades that is i II ,

greater share of voters again realize that ability to giving us our first oil are mil / \ :

shake one's hand and be friendly at all times to kiss lions of fertile acres that will

babies and I laugh the loudest at second-rate jokes does produce untold wealth from sugarcane t i

not- necessarily mean he is the best qualified to make starch and winter vege-

difficult decisions. tables. Florida's tomorrow is. r

But so "long aa: candidates are able to cloud the Issues -I bright with promise.

with? generalizations, without challenge, the voters
will have little chance to make his distinctions isr: cincrrp (".rn-r.

them. lie will go to the polls, assume that each among can- COllVTY. FLOKID.tl 1:11: ciiXV.V.KHT : . making lunchtime refreshment time 1Americas
4id.ate represent one vote-getting machine \Iarlllar.C ('rhr.*.. Plaintiff v..
or another, 0.01'V, C'.le..r
Jr. O..t.ndant.
and make a blind stab, hoping the best. Case No. 4769.oRnFR .

The public can be blamed to some extent, certainly I ANN NtYJ'ICI1 Oil" !rtTRLICATt TO APPEAR N noon hour! In they go in gay groups to enjoy lunchtime. And

Some fail to vote even in the most important elections. ?CrlRfet FLORIDA to: Oeor.e
No one rules them W. Jr.. who.. residence l h. ; along with the eats there will be talk and
out. They rule themselves "out Ono\ West Spiller St., Wythevllle. laughter and happy sociabil
Most of us might well revive the habit of Va.You
are '
required to
inquisitive, more inquiring and not believe everything July ed at. 1148. in the above nam" ity. Of.course, Coca-Cola will be there offering sociable refreshment
we hear Court and cause, wherein to
tiff socks divorce; Bradford County
But )) contend that the Telegraph .hall publish this Order make lunchtime that
th neeverl main In next four weekly l.su... even more enjoyable moment-the friendly
more before, is the lack of plain speaking wltnese mJ' hind and official pause Coke l.oc>r cola

Many people pick up their daily newspaper, teeming'with "al 10th, at 1644.OFr1CIAL"I.rke.. Florldy this "lIn. OTTIIO UNOII AUTHOIITY Of THI COCA-COlA Coca-Cola and ill abbr.

Washington correspondence, then throw ( SEAL) A. :J. Thoma.. COMPANY IV k
down Aa Clerk
saying "There's nothlnlr in it:' For which smaU 'ha.... R. H.of...ald::104-01 COliI'It.el4v RId. '' STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTMNG marks which disci cel. c/''
won4er. CO.
.. tt I The cea
.., .truth is there it takes a scientist to find it. Ally.forinlt.Fla 1.21417-I2 :



I _..
. . P. D. Fancher received a handkerchief . . . -- --- -
. for being lucky in at Kingsley lake. If" riRrfrr COVRT. RRADrORD fore Monday, July: 1, UU at It:MThe reject and all bidet
Mr. and Mrs. Will rOt'NTY.. FLOKIDAl IN CHAN. A. V. A. R. MoRAK.:
Hampton Burney of ( eY10. Board reserves the rlht to 1-14 4t T-I County ......
rateFarm SWIMMING. Starke were guests of his sister. O.or Jackaon Plaintiff va,

PARTY By Mw. M. U Mrs. H. R. Sapp, here Sunday.Mr. No.Rleannre' 6666. Jackson Defendant. Cane 1
I Sweeney *
JlIIo . . Mr. and Mr. J. C. Wallace and . . . and- Mrs. Albert Davis and AND ORDER NOTICE OF ]PmUCATtON TO API'KAH W / U m m tn e. Delicious!
. Mrs. Robert Kite were hosts at a netce and her child, of Ft. STATE OF FUOKIDA to: Elea-

(.,\ BRIDGE PARTY an impromptu lake party Friday The Convention of Christian Myers are house guests of Mr. more Pulaakit.Jickmme New ,York.whose residence I. 1 cttu1s Pies-Cakes

la, M Blcharde combined night. Their guests were Misses Churches of Bradford County Davis', brother-in-law and sister 'Jul.o'aro required to appear on Cookies
of the State Farm Onle Lee Dunn Joan and Nancy which met here on Sunday was here Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse. : ,1946 .in the above named
teetlng well attended I Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
with a Coca-Cola Mynlhan Mary Rivers Stubbins, and three challengIng Mr. and Mrs. C. R Crews Mr. seeks divorce. Bradford County

Club morning of last Jimmie Moncrlef, and June Peggy Gospel messages were delivered and Mrs. T. S. Crews Mrs. H. C. :Telegraph In next, four shall weekly publish lemieii.this Order We specialize in cakes of

ThursdaY drinks and "ac- and Frances Caldwell. Swimmingwas by guest speakers. The Rev. Crews and L. G. Crews were U ltnei<* my hand and official ir?
the Greek and Robert Witty both of Real at Starke .Florida, thla June all kinds
the arrival o"f the enjoyeq\ at Keystone Heightsand Jacksonville guests at various times during the 20. \"4i.
eI"? upon Late spect- supper at Gold Head Branch spoke at the morn- past week of Mr. and Mrs. John (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
bits ot players Park. ing and afternoon services and W. Aa Clerk. of said Court.
Crews In Woodlawn
spring flowers added to O. Smedley of Lake Butler a community. Zarh H. Douglas, Oalneevllle\ FlA* JACK MUSGRAVE BAKERY
of home Friends of James Atty.; for Plf. -ll 4t 7-11
attractive Crews who
of her S-Sgt. and Mrs. Jack D. Brad-,former pastor' here, was heard at -
e occasion. When .cores ley went to Jacksonville Saturday. the evening service. The basket was confined In a Gainesville hospital IN: riRrrrr COURT BRADIHIRD 706 TEMPLE AVB.EARL'S .

Idded, coasters were pre- From there Mrs. Bradley left for dinner was enjoyed and union due to Illness during the past COfNTY, PE.ORIUAI IN! CHAN

.frs. J- C. Wall ace, Augusta, Ga., where she resumed! baptismal services were held at ,eight weeks will be glad to learn Iva CKRY.
to Mae- Endicott, ..
Plaintiff .......
and a double he Is well again and at his home .
of top score her duties at Oliver General Hos- Hampton Lake in the afternoon.The I !' Jamen Kndloott. Defendant Care I
Con- No. 4414OJtDBR.
of cardS to Mrs. Tom pital and Sgt. Bradley went to candidates were from the here.O.. OF1 PUBLICATION
al eclV'd high prize. Mrs.OUR Ft. Bragg N. C., for his discharge Baptist. Methodist and Christian J. Phillips spent last week- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR GARAGE
Churches end with relatives in Georgia.Mrs. I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Jame
and subsequent reenllstment.Harry' all three pastors Endloott whose renldence la Job,

Tyson of Miami spent the of the respective churches took Pencie Crews spent Sun- la Ky.804. and' d.stt ; address Onr-IItU Mile South oT Starke on R MM| 19
) WATCHrYes past week-end with his parents part in this unusual, but Inspiring day afternoon' at Crosby lake Railroad Company Columbua.C O. C Ohio.*: O

Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Tyson. His rite. with her mother Mra.\ 'Nettles.Boatdrain. July You 15th arc 144)required. In the to above appear nam.on All Kinds of Auto Work

the Best wife and their little daughters returned Among those from Hampton at- ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff -
. .
. .
home with him after hav- tending the marriage of Miss Control eeek of divorce Minor and Children.Cuetody Brad and ALL WORKOUARANTKKD USED Wrecker ftanrtoe

ing visited Mr. and Mrs. Tyson Marian Clare Johns and Hal C. ford County Telegraph shall pub- AUTO PAnTS DAY OR NIGHT
1 Sr., for several weeks. Sessions. In Waldo on Thursday Huh this Order In next four weekly
rJ Miss Roberta Whltfield is In June 27, were the following: Mrs. By Mrs. Z. Z. GrlffU Witness my hand and official seal r # .. .

haw Chlpley. Ga.. where she Is a coun- Stella Collins mother of the bride, at 1944.Htarke, Florida, this June 13 WE BUY SELL and TRADE USED CARS
. . . .
Moultrie Y. Mlsa Barbara Home, who was !
selor at the Camp.On (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomaa.
occasions duringthe Maid of }Honor J. C. Wynn, who Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gainey Ae Clerk of aid Court.
separate By Lucille C. Conner D. C. -
REPAIRTrustworthy past week Mr. and Mrs. W. H. served as best man, Mrs. J. C. and son Roger of Starke were ,, Green Green Starke, Florida
Williams Mr. and Mrs. Lynwood Wynn, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson F. visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Grlf- I Attyi. for Plf._ .... 4t 7-1 6

Service Watts and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. May, Mrs. J. W. Home and fig Sunday. IN cinrriT COI-RT. BRADFORD

Bradley were dinner hosts enter- daughters Betty and Martha, Mrs.J. Ernest Allen and J. M. Allen COUNTY, .FLORII| IN CIIAN

taining Rev. and Mrs. William T. Guy Miss Norma Sweeney, of Bethel were visiting Willie Walter CRR Y.Evans, Plaintiff v". Arome-

iiley F. Strong Wilson of Raiford and Rev. Nolan Miss Ernestine Morris and Mr.\ Green and Ralph Galney Sunday. nla 4861.Evans ,Defendant. Case No.'
and Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth Sr. -ca
Kennedy of Quincy who conducteda Misses Opal Morrell and Kath- ORDER OF PUBLICATION

1ST West CaD St. series of meetings at the Rai- Gordon Seley of Citra spent leen Ogle of Lake City were STATE AND NOTICK OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Arem-. .

JEWKUBaaSINCE ford Baptist Church.Mr. Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Lln- Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. enla Evans: whose residence. and

LANDING( 1941ARPEtif and Mrs. J. R. Jones and nle Seley. Willie Green. Street address Philadelphia I. 1061 North Penniiylvanla Marshall .

Mrs. Claude Johns of Belle Glade Misses Idell and Betty Durban Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffls of You are required to appear on ( A t "
of their cous- Jlily 11, 1146. In the above named &
and Lawtey are visiting
last weekend with Mr. Mr.
spent Clay .County were visiting Court and came wherein plain
Mrs. R. S. Rosier and Mr. and in, Barbara Jean Matchett, this and :Mrs. C. A. Griffis Sunday. tiff iieeke divorce.. Bradford County '. ''JJINJ) { I
week. Telegraph shall publish this Order
ER'S Mrs. Lawrence Dugger respec- Mr. and Mr. Johnnie Arnold In next four weekly leeuee. )
tively. Linda and Barbara Lee Mrs. J. F. Johnson had as recent and children of Lake Butler were Heal. Witness at Htarke my .hand and official
Florida this June
Jones returned home with their guests, J. N. Rutledge and visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Green IN. 144*.

parents and Mrs. Effle Johns and Mr. and Mrs. Daniels of Citra. Sunday. All(OFFICIAL Clerk of REAL said) Court.A. J. Thomas, dry cleaning

Jean Dugger also accompaniedthem Mrs. J. F. Houser of Starke has Ronald Brown has returned William D. Morgan, Fifth Floor

for a visit with Mr. and been the guest of her sister, Mrs. home after spending two weeks Clark Atty. for Hid ir I'lf.. Jackaenvllle 8-11, Fla.4t 7-11. will cool off

Mrs. Claude Johns. J. L. Williams. with his mother, Mrs. Mildred _

Nancy Knight of Gainesville was Mrs. Inzle Morrow of Plant Church of Jacksonville. IN rmrriT COI-HT BRADFORD suits

the overnight guest of Peggy City Is visiting her sister. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brown are 4-Ot'NTY.. FLOHIIIAl IN C.HAN.CMItV. your

Caldwell Tuesday.Mr. Frances Wadsworth and brother, visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. Thomas Frank llarreleon, Plaintiff I vn I
Alfred Thrift and Bertha TlarreUon, Defendant Cane
and Mrs. Brooker.
Shelley and M. M. Matchett.Mr. of No. 4H50OIIDEH.
of Monlac Ga., were Sunday
and Mrs. W. W. Hicks: !NOTI f H
visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence NOTICE TO APPEAIt
spent Sunday sightseeing at Day- The refflRtratlon book of the STATE OF FLOKIDA to: Ilvrtha Enjoy cool comfort,, while maintaining
Dugger. City or Htarke will be open for IlarrvlHon, whose residence and ad. <
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rogers and tona Beach. reglKtratlon of electors from Friday -. dress. U.: eel" Clerk of the Court that well-prew4ed. Impeccablelook.
Miss Ruth Sibley of Theressa, July 12 114ft. through Saturday Georgetown, South Carolina.You .
daughter. Lavonia, spent Sunday Auifunt 10, 1946, Inclusive, at are required. to appear. on We give your suits'a scientific
night with relatives In Jackson- was the weekend guest of Miss the City Hull. July nth, 1948 In the above named dirt-free, odor-free cleaning job that
... Norma Swee ey. CARL JOHNSHeglHtruUon Court' and cause, wherein plain
Ott ic.r. tiff aneka divorce Bradford: County actually restored and rejuvenate
ville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Wigginsand
PRESCRIPTIONPHARMACIST and Mrs. T. H. Mass of 8-28 t\ Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn fabrics and colors, ; makes suits fed
Jacksonville -- .
and daughter of were next four weekly Ineuen.W'ltnene
Fruitland Park visited visiting relatives here Sunday. IN IRCriT CO!'IIT, BRADFORD my hand and official seal as cool as they look. Defeat the heat!
Mrs. Bryan Whitffeld Friday. COUNTY, PI.OHII1AI. IN CHAN- at Htarke Florida this June 18th, 1
returned home Start using our dry cleaning service
A. Bouvier and B. Y. Saxon has CKRY.HoMetta 19 48.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Plaintiff I. ve VernonAtIIIORDERnOFtpi
( A. J. Thomas,
hone 64 STARKE John Bouvier 3rd. spent the after a week's visit with friends ii4CATION86. A* Clerk of said Court.T. today.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil and relatives In Pompano and Frank Landrum. Htarke, Florida
a-the-Mtnit Service weekend with Lauderdale.Mrs. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Atty. for Plf. e-M 4t 1.1
McRae In McIntosh. Patricia andCase Fort STA.TM OF Fl )niI>A to- Vernon 1'IIONE 135
Dan Johnson of Jackson- Miller whose residence and address
___- m ville is visiting her daughter, Mrs. I I..: 2 Meadow Street: New Haven The Board NOTIOR of PubllNs'' Inetrurtlonof alb

Frank, Williams. >.. Connecticut.You are reiurre4,.. to appear named on. o..ptwrltt.n Bradford County bide->n Florida the followlnarouteet will ao- ROOT
and Miss July IS, 1141. InI above ';
Mrs. Alma. Saxon TeJllple
More PulpwoodWRITE wherein plaintiffxooki GREEN: ;
Court ami cauae, _
Mrs L.e Green Route Brook.r,
Jessie C. Wright spent several dlvor,'". Bradford County 1"1 1
Orlando and Telegraph Khali publlih this OrderIn Owner A.ot.
days last week In Ham Molt Route Brooker tottoute
DEBT I laeuea.
TIMBER next four weekly .
Beach.LAWTEY. hand and official
Smyrna Wltneea my
Florida, thl. 19th bringing high echool pupilsto
Container ef America Fernandina. Fla. Heal at Starke.! Brooker to meet Ham Mott Haute
Corp'n. . day of June 1946.
e a OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Bide will be accepted on or be.

Aa Clerk of said Court_ __ __
I i ------ --
T. Frank IMnaram, Biamn, r a.
Atty. for Plf. 8-U 4t 7-12 .

By H.... fttamto Crews IV CIRCUIT -COimT. BRADFORD Ma'.

IRES TUBES and A. 4''. Kelder.. Plaintiff VN. Annie Trv
BAPTIST BIBLE SCHOOL ENDS Felder Defendant. Cane No. 4S02 /' ,.. .
The Bible School conducted by ORDER OF PUBLICATION lam.
BATTERIESfor the Lawtey Baptist Church for STATE OF FLORIDA to: Annl.Felder .
two weeks ended last week. The whose residence and address -
la: Wlndxnr, fox 250 Charlenton -
school enrolled 48 students dur- South Carolina. ..
ing the course. The school was You are required to appear on j. ,,
/ above named
July 15th 1949, In the
conducted by Miss Lucille Young Court and cause, wherein plain- ..
of Lake City who has returned to tiff eeek* divorce. Bradford County
ball publish this orderla
her home there. Telegraph next four weekly Ueuee.Wltneea : .
Trucks hand and official neat.
t : Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Page and at Htarke, Florida this June 12th &DY ONE OF

Mrs. L. R. Rafuse and children, 1t4.(OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas 1
Loca and Julian attended churchIn Aa Clerk of said Court.T. '
T. Frank Landrum. Starke. Fla., APE5T TWN6S
Tractorsand Jacksonville Friday. fur Plf .-14 4t ..sINSURE
Rev. J. O. Raulerson of Jacksonville y

was the guest of Mr. and I g7.1 WBVY. .

Mrs. Perry Davis here Thursday of "M .
last week. leD. A

Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Crews and

son, Wayne, were visiting In
PassengerCars Starke Saturday.Mr. :f ,J' ..

and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and ....;If
sons, David and Windell, enjoyed ""'.

Thursday afternoon of last week u
Eleanor returned to their hemp\ $1 1 filt ,

there at that time while Richard

McRae came back with Mr. and t

700x20 10 Ply Rayon ____________ 42.66 Mrs. Bouvier for a visit. I .
Mr. and Mrs. S. V. R. Martllng

750x20 10 Ply Rayon -___________ 56.90 of Melrose were supper guest. of

and Mrs. Martin Griner
823x20 10 Ply Rayon __________--- 60'75 Thursday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Griner

90x20 10 Ply Rayon ______________ 72-50 entertained as tea guests during Jr. CANNING
the week Mrs.\ Martin Grlner ,

600116 4 ______ 15.38 Martin Griner, 3rd., and Mrs. H. !
ply ________ ----- SUCCESS NOW
L. Fowler of Lake Butler and
(Plug Net Increase and Tas) their visitors Miss Esther King

and Mrs. N. Donnlny of Raleigh

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and reported a" local otfeTnef: Mrs. 'Pa'tlI =-

II SOCIETY and CLUBSMiss Farewell PartyAt Wedding PartyEntertained 1 Recently Wed $6.28. Mr*. O. L. Haynes reportedthe hostesses to'll'lIcfgns CIrcle! 14e"

Kingsley LakeThe ::: circle' work for Social Chris home on N. Walnut st,
,.-oiIf-.Gi;?\ tian Relations. vase of pink gladioli
YPSL of the Episcopal Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Durshl- I :', Mrs. E. K. Perryman stated bowl of bright hued It
Marian Johns Virginia Durshimer Church entertained Monday witha mer were hosts Friday night at I that the roof of the church is to the charm of the boa

Becomes Bride farewell swimming party at the their home on Nona St., when leaking in some places, and suggested the guests Were 1'01,
Weds Hal SessionsIn P seated,
Kingsley Lake home of Mrs. they entertained members of the I that a committee be appointed Mrs. A. 2
Home Ceremony Of Fred L. SelleyMarked James M. Blackshear in honor of Durshlmer-Selley wedding party to confer with the Board man, presided,Adkins, *

Emanuel Tiliakos who will move following the rehearsal at the of Trustees in regard to havingthe I I wes opened with and the
l Miss :Marian Johns, daughter by dignity and sim- shortly with his family to St. Presbyterian Church. roof made water-proof. The J- W. Whiteetransacted praYer
of Mrs. Stella Collins, and Hal C. plicity was the marriage of Miss Louis Mo. Members and friends Mixed summer flowers and president appointed the following: her Mrs. L.

Sessions of Minneapolis, Minn., Virginia Durshimer, daughter of attended this delightful all day greenery were used in decorating committee: Mrs. Perryman, Miss tary; and the duties a
were united in marriage at the Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Durshimer affair and Mrs. Blackshear and the living room and sun porch I i Kate Struth and Mrs. Eula Whig- 6. Halle, tl'eaSUl'tr.
home of the bride's sister, Mrs. of Starke, and Mr. Frederick L. Mrs. R. G. Kidd assisted in enter- where the guests were entertained. local money collected JI
Wadsworth in Waldo, Selley, of Jacksonville, Fla., and ham.Mrs.
taining the group. Betty A. Wood, spiritual life Mrs. L.
afternoon, July 27, at New Bedford, Mass., son of Mrs. A Davis
Thursday Flynn was In charge of arrange- assisted her leader the talk' '
o'clock.The Helen Selley and the late Mr. Mrs. Durshimer, by opened program from subject of a donation
4:30: I ments. Lou and the fourth of "The local t
chapter Divine
daughters, Mary w Negro
Mass r
of New girl
Rev. Fred S. Dodd of Keystone I Those attending were: Emanuel go
in "Pinkie", served tempting refresh- Fatherhood, which is the deeply hassee to take
at high Sunday a
the im- performed sump
Heights performed Tiliakos Betty Ann Flynn, Idell sandwiches, book for
ments of open faced spiritual study. Assist- course. It
the Presbyterian C h u rch. Dr. was
I ceremony decide
pressive double ring Frank Bryson, minister of the Landrum, Barbara Moore, Janet potato chips, assorted cookies and Ing: Mrs. Wood were Mrs. Ander- society would gIve!
before an Improvised altar, banked Anderson, Annette Gunter, June r a tie
the im- Coca-Colas to the following son, Mrs. Shepherd and Mrs. Mid- this worthy
and centered performed ; 'w cause.
with palms and fern Caldwell, Doris Moncrief, Joan dleton.
, with, a white trellis. Tall candelabra pressive ring ceremony in the Carpenter, Marian Brown, Mary guests: Miss' Virginia Durshimer, : Mrs. W. J. ChUt'ChwD
' lighted presence of a host of relativesand Miss Hazel Fields, Mrs. E. M. Mrs. J. B. Cottrell was hostessfor life leader of the
holding Ann Coleman, Ray Coleman, Jim- circle,
I' tapers, stood at each tide, bal- friends. mie McRae, Vivian McRae, Ann Davis, Miss Jean Davis, F. 1.Durshlmer the afternoon and served refreshments -I part of the fourth chap!

I anced with floor basket of white The church was decorated with Wilt, Buddy Wilt, Patsy Ruth Frederick Selley, Dr. in the auditorium of I Divine Fatherhood" AJ
and Mrs. Frank Bryson, Mrs. E. the Church School rooms where
log this
Shasta on
gladioli. asters, and pink and blue hydrangeas againsta Hall, Paul Canova, Henry Ben- program we
L. Matthews and Mrs. W. R. bright red hyblscua added a vivid D.
daisies.A background of native greenery.The nett, Jack Wainwright Henry : Vining and Min o]
program cf nuptial music, In- beauty of the scene was enhanced ManasRa! Jr., James Phillips, 'Edward Chalkley of Richmond, Va. note of color to the pleasant The program closed iul!

cluding the traditional marches, further by tall white Shull Kenneth Grider, Richard scene. Mrs. Cottrell served tempt- : est prayer by Mrs Churl

was played by Mrs. T. C. Wynn. candles which shed a soft glow and Robert Kidd. St. Marks Auxiliary | Gus Thomas, son of Mrs. Del- ing biscuit andl pickles ham sandwiches, Mrs. Koch and Mra]
potato chips, apple tarts
The bride was given in marriageby over the sanctuary. Met MondayThe la Thomas, formerly of Jackson- and iced served their guests a 1
her brother-in-law, Gordon Preceding the entrance of the RobbinsSotnickIrvin tea.Circle
ville, and Miss Mary Dekle, daughter Two chicken salad
Wadsworth, and had as her maid wedding party, Mrs. E M. DavIs, Woman's Auxiliary of the couneupunch.
W. A. Dekleof Mrs. L .W. Koch and .
Mr. and Mrs. daughter,
of honor, Miss Barbara Home of church organist, played a program Robbing, son of Mrs. D. St. Mark's Episcopal Church held
Hampton. J. C. Wynn, also of of nuptial music. Miss! Jean RabInowitz and the late Mr. Rab- its regular monthly meeting Mon- Lake Butler, were married ,

Hampton, served as best man. Davis sang "I Love You Truly" Inowitz of Gainesville, and Miss day afternoon at the Church Ser- Sunday, June 16, In the home of

The bride wore a twotonedgrey (Bond) and "Because" (d'Hardelot Elaine Sotnlck, daughter of Mr. vice Center with the directress, the bride's parents. The cere-
dress of crepe, made with ). The bridal party entered to and Mrs. A. J. Sotnick of Cleveland Mrs. Mattie B. Gahagan, presiding.The the l"tAUND
was performed by
long sleeves and high neck line. the strains of the "Bridal Chorus" Ohio were married on June devotions were led by Mrs. mony
The fitted bodice tapered at the from "Lohengrin" and left the 16 In the Temple on the Heights, Gahagan and Mrs. Frank Hoover Methodist pastor at Lake Butler.

waist line into a gracefullydrapedskirt. church to the strains of Mendlen- Cleveland. The ceremony was read paragraphs of information)I Lucian Thomas, brother of the

Her hat was made cf pink sohn's "Wedding March". performed by Rabbi Rosenthal. about the United Thank Offering.A bridegroom, served as best man,

flowers, with a soft veil falling The bride, who was given in After a wedding trip to Day- short business meeting wall held and Miss Delores Dekle, sister of
across the face. She carried a'' marriage by her father, had as tona Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Robbins
Mrs. Frank Hoover acted as maid of honor.
and the bride
white Bible adorned with orchids her Mald-of-honor and only attendant returned to Gainesville where they
and satin streamers. Miss Hazel Fields. will make their home. hostess to the group and served Mr. and Mrs. Thomas will make
Mrs. Collins, mother of the Mr. Selley had as his best man, Mr. Robbins Is associated with I delicious Ice cream and cake. II I their home In Fort Myers.

bride, wore a crepe dress of chart- Willard L. Nubbe of Jackson- his brothers in Robbins' store In II Rev. and Mrs.-W. J. Churchwell I, ; 4 ?

reuse and black. Her corsage was ville. Ushers were: B. C. Holtz- Starke. spent last Friday in Lakeland. I Baptist Circle Has 4
of white dahlias. endorf, Jr., and Barney McRae, I
Covered Dish
Mrs. Wadsworth those for her Jr.

slater's wedding AJ) dress of black The petite, brunette bride was I' The Baptist Business Women's
and white silk print, with butter- lovely in a white dress featuringa Circle enjoyed a covered dish supper -
fly sleeves and softly draped skirt. peplum and trimmed in Navy II I' and swim Monday night at

She wore a corsage of pink dahli blue. Her accessories were of the Kingsley Lake home of Mr. If.. I"',
navy'' blue and white and her I I and Mra. Griffin. Afterswimming' .: ,Y /
as.The ..
maid of honor was attrac- flowers were a shoulder corsageof __ __n___ a devo- ." ):>
tive In a powder blue suit with Bride's roses. Somebody asked me the other from Hollywood (Fla., not Calif.) and supper (
tional service led
was by
don't write some- I I .
day "Why you
white accessories. Her corsagewas Miss Fields Maid-of-Honor
I Lewis Halnes. Mrs. L. A. Canova
about Starke the I I
thing celebrating
of pink rosebuds.
was also dressed In white, with
Immediately following the cere- Fourth of July like we did In the Glad to see Hobby Keen and introduced the leader of the young
which she white accessories.Her
mony, a reception was held, with wore of old days?" Naturally, I Wanda Pearce back in town and people, Mrs. Ralph Alvarez, who
corsage was! pink rose-
Miss Bobble Beckham and Miss buds. agreed that It would be nice to fully recuperated after undergoing I'was In charge of the program, WIFE SAVEREliminate

Beatrice Mosely presiding at the have a local celebration, keeping tonsilectomles In Jacksonville which was designed to acquaintthe
punch bowls. The dining table Mrs. 'Durshimer chose for herdaughter' people at home, instead of having Spied Steve Weldon (Sr.) complete members with the functionsof

was overlaid with I a handmadelace wedding, a black and everyone trekking out of town, with apron, helping wife various organizations In the washday fatigue, and a wife "j i|

cloth, and centered with the yellow spectator sports dress withyellow' leaving Call. Street as.deserted asGoldsmith's Gladys can a batch of peaches church. Talks were given by sev-
tiered wedding cake. Lighted and black accessories. A well-known village around at the community can- eral young people who representedthe be healthier, happier, and prettier. Thou

tapers were on each end of) the shoulder corsage of her delicate costume.pink But in looking back throughthe ning plant Tuesday .You other different organizations. Miss ands of wives and mothers in this community!
table. Mrs. Marjorie Dodd cut gladioli completed old files of the Telegraph wives might ask Mrs. W, how she Seleta Sparks represented ,the

the wedding cake, and Miss Coz- The bride is a graduate of I've come to the conclusion that does it Of., Congrats to Sylvia YWA, Sylvia Alvarez representedthe who depend on us for low-cost, prompt lau
ette Sapp kept the bride's book. Bradford County High School anda the automobile Is to blame for this Morse who was listed on the Hon- Girl's Auxiliary, and Deleano .

Mr. and Mrs. Sessions left fora popular member of the younger sorry state of affairs Starke or Roll at ,Stetson for the 1948 Thomas spoke about the R. A. dry,service, ,are. delighted to have their line
short Wedding'trip to Silver' set. has had but one, or two good spring jquartdr-r-her reward for displaying Group which, I la 'an organization, .'' .
Springs and upon Mi e I r return Mr. Selley, has recently been celebrations since people got "exceptional scholarship" for young,boys. !"Mrs. Haines closed ., .T returned, i beautlflullyelean! :and snow-wJutj

they will leave by plane for :Minneapolis discharged ,from the navy, wherehe equipped with wheels and could All college speech majors and the program with a prayer. We're truly wife-savers Call today! '
{ us
where' they will make worked as Diesel engineer. scurry off to Jax Beach or Daytona -! would-be speakers take notice! I| The business meeting was con-

their home. Mrs. Sessions travel- I Immediately following the cere- : Beach almost as quickly as I 'Tls reported that Sylvia Al- ducted by Mrs. L. A. Canova who
led in a white flannel suit with mony a luncheon was held at they: used to drive a horse aroundto varea (age 11)) haa already developed requested all members to bring

accessories to match. the: home of the bride's parentsfor : the city park for that annual an enviable technique ''clothing, dehydrated, and canned STARKE CLEANE
Out of town guests included: relatives of the couple. all-day basket picnic Seems she spoke at a Baptist Cir- foods to the Church Annex Wed- DRY

Mrs. Maxie Carter, Miss Beatrice Following the luncheon Mr. and cle meeting tother day, and manyof nesday at three o'clock In order
Moseley, S. Q. Denmark, Miss Mrs. Selley left by train for a Peering back over the past decade the members have been com- that a box might be shipped Immediately ST.
Garnita Hutto, of Starke: Miss two weeks visit' in New Bedford, I found that the last real menting on I, her delightful little to Europe to be distributed Pi28NEand LAUNDRY

Bobble Beckham, Miss Cozette Mass, and New York City. They lonest-to-goodneaa c e 1 e bration talk Glad to see Billy Col- by Baptist workers to -
Sapp, Mr. and Mrs Robert Marr, will make their home in Starke. held here WAIl the one at the I I son (Emory) In town, spending those in need.Members .
of Jacksonville; Mrs. J. H. Whit- Out-of-town guests were: Mrs. farmers' Market in 1939 II the Fourth with his parents, the!I and several visitors

sett, Crescent City; Miss Jeanne W. R. Chalkley of Richmond, Va., That was a good one, but ever I( Lemuel Colsons I attended this delightful affair.
Cook, Green Cove Springs; :Miss grandmother of the bride; Mlsa since then, we've been content to I I

Sarah Mlxon, Gainesville; Mr. and Margaret Durshimer and Miss rest on our laurels Just in Hear Sonny I lay PPM got the surprise -
Mrs. Wilson May, Mr. and Mrs. Norma Burdln of Brooksvllle; Mrs. case your memory needs refreshIng of hla life the other day Methodist Circles ,
J. C. Wynn, Mr and Mrs. Louie Mann and daughters, Miss Shirley concerning that famed event while cleaning fish on the dockat Met This WeekCircle
Dempsey, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Mann and little Kay Mann of -Lyle Anderson won the boy's the Haynes cottage on Santa i "

Wadsworth, Mrs. Ann Guy, Miss Jacksonville, Mrs. J. 11. Caldwell bicycle race, and Anthony and Fe During the scaling pro-|I One of the Womans So- J sw'C
Ernestine Morris, Mrs. J. H. and family of the State Farm, William Baker: won the threelegged cess, Sonny dipped the fish into ciety of Christian Service met
Horne, and Misses Betty Horne, Miss Merry Beth and Nancy sack race. Incidentally the dark brownish waters of the :Monday afternoon in the Church

Norma Sweeney, Martha Horne, Knight of Gainesville, and Mrs while browsing trough this Issue, lake As he started to pull It School rooms, and the meetingwas T01lEir'thy
all of Hampton; and Mr and Mrs. Robert Dodd and Mrs. Fred Doddof I! noted that Nat Sternberg was out again, he was puzzled by the, presided over by. Mrs A. W. U '

Grant Barber of Jacksonville Keystone Heights. advertising all, the Hanes shirts fact that it had suddenly trebled Anderson, circle chairman. ;1 a +: ,
Beach. ,
and, shorts you could carry awayat in weight Imagine his consternation -!|I The president Mrs. W. E. Mid- '
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Stringfel- 25o each, and lovely sheer hose when he .
spied, dangling dleton opened the meeting with yftw
Ladies Auxiliary low, and daughter, Melba, left this at 39c Shades of the O. P. A.I from the flah'a tail, a giant prayer, after which the secretary, e of! W
week for New York State, where water moccasin! Having no Mrs. I. P. Shepherd transacted l b* most complete line
The Ladles Auxiliary of the they will visit Mr: and Mrs. R. A. desire to in !( distinctively po
engage a tug-of-war II|i the duties of her office. Arrangements designed exclusively for men-
Presbyterian Church will hold Its Burkley, o f Ulster-Park-on-the- The Fourth In 1940 was undistinguished with a hungry reptile, Sonny re-'' were made to put flowersin
regular business meeting in the Hudson. Melba will remain for however, and a perusal leased his grip with alacrity (to i the church during the monthof .
Sunday School rooms next Tues- the summer with Mrs. Barkley, of the July Telegraphs of that say the least) and let Mr. Moccasin July. Arrangements were also ,
day afternoon at 4 o'clock her sister. year disclosed only such interesting 1q
win round one I'made for circle hostesses for the -- ; .
Items as the fact that Judv I
.. I
coming six! months. As the circle l'7
McRae was operating a --I So long ? See you in the treasurer, Mrs. Titus Olson, Is i ir'
concession on Call Street .
next j
|I away on her vacation Miss Kate
Peek and Charles had Eifn
Hardy just
-Carolyn. Struth looked after the finances -
Control Joined the staff at the School -

Board office .W. P. Smith had
shut down his stave! mill and (tone:

Into retirement Mrs. Titus
Is Off! Olson had reopened her Orange 14.2 Romax Sheathing Cable ,

Blossom Cafe And Dr. and SHAVINGP
Mrs. Parks had just returned froma In Full 250-Foot Rolls / 'P n on nl Sta Wfirmlock
trip to varied points In the bnun
But we will continueto north, Including the World's Fair. 4'/jc Per Foot. 13.911sab Mod* to "I *e

Such was the Fourth In 1940, and
such Is the Fourth today In Part Rolls -5ft c Per Foot

sell the qual-- Somewhat undistinguished, as far .
same as local celebration Is concerned a

Why doesn't somebody do White
Standard Outside -
something about It? COMMANDO TRIO
ity of merchandise at Sho lnq]Bowl Alter Shav lotion
Peeked In at the Junior Wom DAVIS PAINT and Balanced Taieum.$3a0
an's Club "Cotton Ball" Tuesday
the same OPA prices. night, and goings-on seemed to be :.

up to the usual high standard $3.60 Per Gallon
All the girls looked fresh and neat

Your Business has whirled and cool around as a cucumber In their as cotton they nnm BOMBARDIER

street-length dresses Fran NEW SHIPMENT c d
been Peek's plaid sun drew with ties d 9Tokvm 01
greatly appreci- on the shoulders particularly OF ;! J.ocioo.--

caught my eye Wilma an' ;,
T. K. McClane an' Dot an' Guy < NAILSTO

ated. Sale colonists were among the Kingsley ARISTOCRAT TRIO ,Al41 (tv4i14
who tore themselves a-
way from the lake Shav Balanced I
long enough to ,
join in the fun Marjorie Davis TaJouB and Ftae Hoi Dree.la q. %/1f1e J4''
Robbins'FORMERLY seemed to be having a wonderfultime
efficiently escorted by Darby --:
Peek Incidentally Darby Is
working at Green Cove, awaiting
the fall term at the University of BRADFORD '
STERNBERG'S Florida where he'll go to study HARDWARE CO. Koch Drug 5t44a1C

electrical engineering Glimpsed I Ii
Comer Ferryman back la town



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IBirs of LOCAL NEWSr M. B. Jon e I Is In St.I I Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sauls, Mr. [ --'--
Petersburg visiting her son-in-law and Mrs. A. F. Sauls. Jr., of Surprise Party I

and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Morgan City, La.. and Miss Louise ( For Haven Crosby
Edmunds.Mr. To Our Friends
I I spent
L. J. Green and W. L. Thigpen was called to Snyder Sunday at Silver
r Mrs Sara Barefoott Plant City Tuesday because and Mrs. Robert Green, Mr. Springs. I Miss Haven Crosby was honoree

ren, and Miss of July at Day- illness In his family. of and Mrs. Vernon Silcox, Edwin I I Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Harrell and I at a lovely surprise birthday anniversary And Customers. .

t tl Fourth SUM8 of Mrs Mrs. J. L. Biggs of Jacksonville Green, and Inman Green spent daughter Jeanette of Miami spent I party Monday night at ,

"fatter, J W. Abernathy. is spending several days here as Sunday at Daytona Beach. I Friday with Mr. and Mrs S. A. the home of ),fr. and Mrs. P. H.

e1 attended the fes.at the guest of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. \ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Edwards and Weldon I Faulkner on Water street
Ie there they Walter Julian Peek of The home of the host and hostess In order to carry on our tradition of fair-
the beach. Jones of Cleveland, Ohio Atlanta spent last Miss Betty Jean Hale of Eustisis

.e' Curtis weOrleage baby !is visiting his mother, Mrs. Edna weekend here. spending this week with Rev. was beautifully decorated with dealing with the public -our policy since
[rI. ofjoined N La.. Jones. Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald of Tampa and Mrs. Lewis Halnes. I zinnias and fern and refreshmentsof

ghter Mr. Jones here and.taylJlg Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefootand is visiting her daughter Mrs. M. BARGAINS! S-pc. maple living cake and punch were served. Alvarez store was established in 1891 -we

e with Mn JOnC8I Miss Sara Barefoot were In P. Brown. room suit (slightly used) $37.50' Miss Crosby received many lovely
Gainesville gifts. Varied games were enjoyed. will not raise prices one cent on any item of
I Mrs. Ada. Jones. Saturday afternoon Mrs. S. E. Brownlee returned and $''2.30; also ('hairs. tallies,
l her Is spending visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Devlin. home cablnrta from HUmllng Those present included Miss
Friday from surplus. end
.II Lillianvisiting a month's visit merchandise now in stock. In spite of the
friends In Lawn chairs $1.50 Myrtle Thomas, J. E. Denmark,
; breakfast with Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long SAM: ROSENBERG &: SON
Kton. N. C.. Ambers Va., suits $27.50/' at Sam RoHenberg Iin Gainesville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. J, wilt of Detroit Miss Lucille and Lucian Conner, of OJ>'>A control we believe that inflation eau

Baltl; lore, Md. Son's. Mich., with their teen-age Vernon Crosby, and S. O. Den.
and family will Mrs.leave Jesse Saturday Newsome fora I daughter and Bon, Ann and E. J. mark. be prevented by the conscientious!' efforts of

Jr. (Buddie), arrived in Starke
THE AVERY INN vacation trip to Iowa and Col- public-spirited business: men.
orado. Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Youth MeetingMembers
I I Wllt'a parents Dr. and Mrs. Lem
Wishes To Thank The People of Starke Mr. and Mrs. James M. Black- .uel Colson. They left Tuesday for of the Youth Fellow.

And Vicinity For Their PatronageAnd sheer will spend this weekend in I a short visit to their former home ship of the Starke Methodist and .
Birmingham, Ala., visiting Mr.Blackshear's I in Eustia and will return to !lLawtey Methodist Churches attended

CooperationIt mother. i Starke for a few ,days before going the Youth Fellowship Sub-
Miss Freddie Wlmberjy returned I back home. On their return |District meeting in Waldo Monday
Was A Pleasure To Serve YouI Friday from Chlpley, Ga., where 'trip they will go to Panama Cityto evening. About 47 young

she received aquatic Instruction at (I' visit Mrs. Wilt's brother, Lem I people of the two churches at- ALVAREZEstablished

Pine Mt. State Park. uel ColS<>n, Jr. who is stationed tended An Installation service

Will Reopen The Avery Inn Tea RoomIn Stapling ma.'hlne"otch tape, there with the State Highway I for Sub-district officers was held

paper punches, all types account Patrol. I|and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Green
The Fall books, ring binders and many Miss Bea Moseley has returned were In charge of securing the bus 1891

other Items at the Bradford from Valparaiso. Ind., where she for the transportation of the
-Mrs. Janie H. Avery County Telegraph spent three weeks as the guestof Starke group who attended.

Charley Johns!! left Monday for Mr. and Mrs. John :McBrlde.

New York City on a business trip. I Mr. and Mrs. George C. Whiteof I Watermelon Cutting

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwardswill I Tallahassee were here Thurs- I I .. .
; day of last week for a short visit For Young Honorees
spend the Fourth of July
with Mrs. J. W. White and Mrs.G. .
holiday in Orlando visiting friends. W. Alderman. I Mrs. F. F. Stump wa. hostess GIFT HEADQUARTERS

Maurice Edw a r d s Jr., Jack I Mrs. C. W. Savage and little ,at a watermelon cutting Wednesday

Hall, Milton Prevatt, and L. J. morning, honoring two young ... .
daughter, Yvonne, and Mrs. M. T. I '" I l l '"
Kite left today to attend the annual I Oakley, of Jacksonville, spent the { visitors in town, Miss Jeanette

Fourth of July rodeo at weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. McLendon of Orlando, and Miss ENGAGEMENT RINGS
Klssimmee. I W. White. Connie Carroll of Jacksonville.

Dr. Tom Ritch returned this 10. Lawn chair$1.50; breakfast I Enjoying this party with the

week to Great Lakes Mich., wherehe suit $27.50 at Sam RoMcnberg & honorees were Norma and Emma

Is doing Interne work at the I Sun'". I Jean Canova, Florence Brown,
Ji hospital there. He was accom- Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Cressler Margaret Rose Duncan Helen

panied by his mother, Mrs. Carrie and son, Billy and daughter Haines, and Lu Green. ..

HELD UP AT PISTOL POINT Ritch, who will remain for a visit Anne, are taking their vacationby I
with him.Marian. travelling to California by the
DROPPED HER. Church Of ChristV.
WOMAN Brown Joan Carpenter, i southern route. They were much

PURSESAT ON IT UNTILSy Paul Canova, III, and Edward< impressed with tile sights of the, Herron minister of the

THE BANDIT FLED. Shull returned! Saturday from Grand Canyon. After seeing Church of Christ in Starke, announced
Camp Weed where they attendedthe places of Interest I n California that services would beheld $22.50 $125.00

Episcopal Youth Camp for they will travel eastward, visiting Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:45:
two weeks. Mrs. R. J. Davis re- Mr. Cressler's brother, Dr. Frank p. m. Communion will bo a

turned Sunday from Jacksonville B. Cressler of Ch u r dan, lowu. !feature of both services. The MEN'S LADIESBirthstone
where she has been visiting Mr. They are travelling in their car I Church Bible Class will meet

and Mrs. Rufus J. Tatum. I and trailer; and will reach home 'Tuenday afternoon at 3 o'clock Rings Dinner Rings
n.w G.\lXS! 3-pc. maple living sometime in August. '
{and Wednesday night at 7:45: <> -
room suits (.slightly nned! ) $37.50 I Mrs. Nelma Keen and Miss Bar- l clock The public Is cordially Invited
and $12.50; also. chairs, tables, bara Keen are spending a few to all services.
cabinets' from handing surplus. weeks In Daytona with Mies Carolyn i Ii f Y

Emma Rita Robertson, LaVerne I Keen who la employed there. bud vase of radiance rose buda.

Lerch, and Frances Simmons of Mlhs Mary Carter of Columbia, Joining the players for luncheonwere
1 Archer are spending this week S. C., will spend the weekend with Mrs. J. L. Briggs of Jack-

with Martha Landrum. Miss Garnlta Hutto. sonville, house guest offr A.
I A Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and Mr. and Mrs H. C. Wall and Z. Adklna, and Mrs. Fred Guy.
SAN FRANCISCO Bill and Ann of St. Augustine $27.50
-=-- MArt children spent Monday afternoonIn children I Those Invited to enjoy the $22.50
-- ROBBED OFU75 CHASED Archer. were visitors here last ,
party with the hostess were: Mrs.
THe BANDIT WH Friends of Mills Dorothy Alvarez Sunday. Miss Ann Carwile of W. Andrews, Mrs. D. A. Mon-

R KOUSEHO.mE RREOENTLY Of' HIM' UPAGAINTOOKA, HELD wlll.)e pleased to. know that Tampa, niece"' of Mrs. Wall, wait Mrs. Fielding Chapman, I; MUSICALPowder
tHEfT she Is now convalescing at her also a visitor here last weekend.//J.
$ L N. Breazeale Mrs A Z.
REpORTf FROGPORCH. 2.,200 RING home after being confined at St. Mrs. Charley E. Johns, Mrs. L. ", Miss Madge Middleton, ,l5 Boxes
A Rennolds, John Anderson and
--.....-........- rr.r Luke's Hospital I n Jacksonvillewith Mrs. Roy Smith of Tenlle, Ga.,
typua!! fever. George Flynn; Jr., recently visited
Lewis Mundy and Henry Fullerof Oxford, Ga., where Mrs. Johns'son I Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. T. T. $8.50

Laurens, S. C., are visiting Mr. Jerome, has entered the sum- Long, Mrs. T. S. Slade, Mrs. J. 1
and Mrs W. B. Mundy. mer term of Emory University. n. Cottrell. Mrs. J. W. Kincaid The Gift That Win

H C Wall AgencyConstant Mrs. Jim Creech of St. Augus- Young Johns will study law. Mrs R. F. Demorest Mrs. C. A, Utlight Any Girl'sileac

tine will visit Mrs. O. J. Griffin Need OFFICK SUPPLIES Full Knight, Mrs. James Powell, Mrs.T. ]

over the holiday. w line at the Bradford County Tele F. Grady, Mrs. E. L. Biggs and
Service Over 50 Years Rex Sykes of Jacksonville spent I graph. Mrs. E. L. Matthews

Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J, B. 1- Earl Johnson has accepted a
Please Phone 146 Sapr. position as medical technician with

I Mrs. Ola Mae Sapp is upending Dr. R. L. Kennedy at the Kennedy I TUNGTREES Harley F. StrongThe

a vacation at Kingsley Lake with Clinic In Metter Ga. Mrs John- I
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. (j son and their son, Holt, will join Bert U. S. varieties-e.rly-be.ring,

I 'CLASSIFIEDsr FOR SALE-6 Westinghouse Mr. Johnson in Metter about July vigorous prolific. Hifch oil content. Finest Jewelry Store In Starke

i-lectrlc drink boxes. Galvanized: 15 To .....r. beet .selection order NOW CAMP ULANDING JEWELRR SINCE 19ft
Mrs. W. R. Chalkley has returned
TOUR FARM CITY AND FOR SALE-Homep, mule. and milk $3-Sam Koftenberg &: Son. to her home in Richmond, (Formerly The Stag)

Sid ESS P PROPERTY cow. Satisfaction, Hlffhway Ku..r..nt..d.13. Va., after spending several months if UTICANORSERIES P1IONI153
I howling Rrgtherst Mrs. L. J. Green and children, her son-in-law and
Phone 113-J, Starke Fla. 6-28 4t here with 137 W. Call St. STAIIKE, FLA.
C and Miss Sara Barefoot were daughter, Mr. and Mrs Frank L. 1
FOR SALE-30 acr 8. 18 acres In visitors to Gainesville Thursday Durshlmer.'
STROUT CELLS RFAL large hoavlly-luaded bearing and pecan afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonof I -
KSTATU"ntes trees. About 25 pear
ndwrtlMr of ..0.0t. other tr..... Urove I. In excellent Miss Grace Green left Wednes- Orlando arrived yesterday to
.. sr.pr",-. II.. made over condition. Oood dwelllnur house See, day for Miami to visit friends spend part of their month's vacation
err:rots, Jlown._Farm.- owner barn ,and L. J.other Prevatt bulldlnjJH., KKL 2. Box and attend the graduation of Capt. with Mrs. McLendon's par :
1107" ..
"' from all t e
"-I"* ones Hstl... over 149-A. Stark.Road.. (3rd house 6-28 4tp on John Trapman from Boca Raton. ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Mat- Kitchen t Cabinets t c"I ;
[A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY She will return next week thews and Mrs. McLendon'abrother '

!Represented Locally By FOR SALE Mlk.lonnry berry. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Eberle returned and sister-in-law, Mr. and : t

r. C. IIOLLINOSWORTHUS plants bed, or first thousand.year new J. D.ground.By Bowers last week from a month's Mrs. E. L. Matthews at Kingsley ,, ;, 1 '
So. Walnut' St. place' Road 2 1.Z miles east visit with relatives In Ohio and Lake. $52.50 r / II

.1 I of Starke.-Steve- Wldn.6-14 lOt Pennsylvania.Mr. Dr. and Mrs W. E. Middletonwill .

1"\'RERSES' of all kind. reno- and Mrs. H. V. Knight of spend the Fourth of July in
rrnelehed"Ied; furniture upholstered and LOST-One boat white outside Gainesville were visitors to Starke Jacksonville as guests of their GLASS; FRONT ..d.tw'4', )/-4' ,
Drop u. a card. No. 6a >"ln'fdT.-onside
pink inside son and daughter-In-law Mr. and
ASrl-lfJ8:- Saturday.Mr.
l\IA"1'TRE CO.. E'o:. and also cut Into wood. ft sIn SILVERWARE DRAWERS:
.10, Paluka. Fla ttR Sampson Lake. Anyone with and Mrs. Julian Baasett and Mrs. E. L. Mlddleton.

5L-Two Information concerning. boat children. Billy and Jutlanne. of LARGE SPACE TO STORE GROCERIES
saxophones. floor please notify J. D. Odom. StarhD i
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Ala., and Dave
l'tP Montgomery.
; fllenllcetiencher' Reward.
( table
l O"'bln.d."' and Johnson, Jr.. of Hardaway, Ala., SOCIETYMrs.

ale'r4.ar4",, ''P Fron BllUdlnll.surplu.J-,property Maurlc. LOST-V.with large M.I. class ame rlnnr.thy.heavy t setting Bold are house guests at Kingsley lake Love Seats . 29.50 r'
It Name EL. Matthews" engraved of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ennls.
IO reward for return to W. L. Edwardsand SPRING CONSTRUCTED
mW Mr. and Mrs.
roe aok..d. -
:Ion atodR milk cow... S..U.fac.. E.owner.U Matthews No question., Bradford County daughter\ Fredrika, of Jacksonville Brown HostessAt

'lark.IIarant..d..H'rrhwlOY. Fla. n,DnwllnB Ph.VjJ.-J.Hroth'T. Telegraph. house within city I weekend, of were Mra. Edwards'guests over mother the Bridge LuncheonMrs. Student Lamp . 17.50
limits and approximatelY 3.- Mrs. W. H. Struth.BtRGAJNS M. F Brown was a charmIng : *

''ani. ALE-'flllllionary yE the bed strawberry r by the acres rooms of land., bath Une and I. frame hot wVSsix I, S-pc. maple living hostess Friday at her homeon 3-Way Floor Lamp 19.95
a t '"td :. C.ohn... Rt- *, box condition utnerI. room suits (slightly used) fS1. O Walnut St., when she enter.
Fla.. to"t8MAx issafiveiroom block house with aluo chairs table,
water heater and $42.50; tamed the Friday afternoon
CANTED_Fin. RawJ- metal, connection roof bath gas for gas *tv'. cabinet from Blandlnjr .urpluii. Bridge Club at a delightful two PLATFORMROCKER
;rnro County available i In Brad. will last a lifetime.cash Land or t..rm"andw'lYn SAM ROSENBERG &: SON.Mr. course luncheon. WE ARE EXPECTINC
Product .old 25r3tGee both houses 35.50
I lots in very desirable Summer flowers, roses and zln-'
.. making Nearbynl'nfood.maFor Deal- ALSO four and LafaY and Mrs. Elbert Edwards of A SHIPMENT OF
"'d' .al.. "t $150 location corner orange and Mr. and Mra.Roscoe nlu and Shasta daisies predominating -
.. all high Beach and
"" Bu.ln. Daytona
"- y.paw Light H-3 were placed to advantagein '
full Particular. running Vance of Knoxville. Tenn., 27.50 ICE BOXESTHIS
rAa'ztoll..y. water and sewer line 1650. of Mr. Ed the spacious living room and
emphisgT.nn.. these lot. Cash or terms were guests Tuesday
where the
M. :Mixon room guests
7-5 Ito Contact Mrs Annie Temple wards' mother, Mrs. Mae Ed WEEK
over D I x I. Cat. liP were entertained.
olreSA _Jerry'. Lunch. wood Avenue. wards. Upon arrival at ten o'clock, the
of Jackson.vllle BOUDOIRROCKERS
Frank Wilson,
dolnll Mrs.
'caner" '.7"1." "." .to Fla.good retire.bushels.9nt 8-88 P. .O.2tyn FOR rurnl"h..d.RENT-hot One water'- batkttgas only. In- was the Independence Day guests Following were served three progression Coca-Colas. of :1. WE BUY and SELL
couple Ennis
lor cooking: of Mr. and Mrs. Gary '-
quire 703 T.mple avenu., bttD guest bridge, Mrs. A. Z. Adltlna was ,N, GOOD
l iSTr"Twroom! furnl.hedl Mlxon, over Dixie Cafe at Kingsley Lake.L. with a box of dusting
,; presented
.eren l good location. r a.- Smith Jr., of the University FURNITUREIT'S
F. 14.95 USED
a6 "' HALE-JlU".lonar" strawberry powder as her reward for making
utliltlee nished allnqulrr at FUR on new Florida spent the
fu of
stock grown .
--'''Cola ( fine Stark" high score for the club members.Mrs.
plallt. U tend Reddish, here with
LAN $ee Ury It Fourth of July Fielding Chapman was> also
STro>* RAG wanted. his father. presented a box of denting powder
...,:otll!! pallte ANTs' FLIES or SALE-6 WeoUnghouiie
or overall. R.c NO ROACHE'S. FOR as her reward for making A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
rOl'1 County ? v" >.-BradTtlearaph. ,"ou u.e our kerosene electric drink bo' .. Galvanized
Bomb. the
U Thl. I. not high guest prize.
Ud., good condition
a tp. La.ta for weeke-Anti garbage can with As winner In bingo, Mrs. T, T.
Ronnbrg &'" John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
t"o house and ear- Fountain. $S-Sam Long received a floral) linen hand-
J lit ... .ens land with someMacke and lot. R. Barnet' of the
house Rev.
s located 8ALk.-4 room The
l S mil. east of FOR Air I'ark. In kerchief.
-e new Blandlna- road. In front 01 Conway' Rt. Christian Board of Education
Brown Following bridge, luncheon was
'. Arl"
Io ft Ian. .000.. Inquire 1.1. weekend with PHONE 151 STARKE FLA.
tuCook' 3t C"
-o ,Store 7-1J 2tp 1. box 149 Stark.. Fla Lakeland Davi He served on the card tables, each ,
L. A.
I strawberryThomas. Mr. and Mrs. overlaid with a white
: .k table bring d
.tbatA'l "'lIh-?volterDelcand gig: FOR BALE-MI..lona now Wetdlafan ten.St deUvered the evening sermon at linen cloth and centered with a i
'alllo .
", .. 10/1 Methodist Church.
a 51, J,25 C. ria.Let.ch. Kout.8tark.r lap or box IH, stark', J"la. JtP to..12 the



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American Small Businessmen Strike

Ii Against+ America's Public Enemy No. 1

(a-Infiltration and taking over control of labor unions (as It has business to fight for the preservation of the Free Enterprise system

WAKE UP AMERICA the CIO), and patriotic social, political, reform civic organizations, on which our revered form of government Is based, and that t r**'

A Cash Price Has Been and any others possible to become "fronts". tional private initiative and driving power Inherited from their to
fathers, which has made this the greatest nation on earth
Placed On Our Congress (b-Infiltration of government departments and bureaus with alien- given all the people of thla country the highest standard of and bu
of the Congres- livtn
minded philosophers and economists (see reports
on this earth for 170 years.
Un-American Activities');
sional Committee on
I '7,760.00ChoWDenI of the 3,100,000 small ,business concerns ln

I "There can be no divided allegiance here. Any man who says (c-Electing) Communist soogee(;'. to our National," and State Legis- country constitute the backbone (92 percent) of our entire

be la American, but something else also, Isn't an American latures; \ economy
an They employ 63 percent of all Industrial wage earners.
at all. We have room for but one flag and this exclude the (d)-Pausing legislation to regiment Free Enterprise Into the Communist -

Red flag, which symbolizes all wars against liberty and civilization -: system of controlled economy. They produce 45 percent of our entire Industrial output

just as It excludes any foreign flag of a nation to whichwe Collectively they are the biggest taxpayers in every community
PROPAGANDIZING and promoting the pas-
are hostile" THE PAC-CIO,IS NOW every county, In every state, and in the nation.
-Theodore Roosevelt. sage of bills to perpetuate:
, Collectively they are the biggest asset In America.


' THIS ADVERTISEMENT is directed to'Americans of every shade of Government control of Jobs (United States Employment Service)

, political belief, every religious faith, every racial origin,every man and Government control of Wages (United States Employment Service THE AMERICAN PEOPLE CAN BREAK THE PAC
woman who believes In the sanctity of our Constitution and Bill of STRANGLEHOLD BY:
and Office of Economic Stabilization)
I 1. Abolishing the closed shop, check off and maintenance of unto
, Government Control of Price (OPA) membership. No law on the statute books of this country la more
OF DIFFERENCES In politics, religion, race are our
of Life. Government control of Profits (OPA) un-American than this provision of the Wagner Labor Kelatlot
they are a part of our American Way
privilege, our heritage;
Life la Civilian Production Ad- Act. It la Intolerable to compel any American citizen to pay trIbute
of Materials (
but sabotage of our Republic Is not. This American Way Government control of Raw
to for the privilege of getting and
any group
holding a jo
within. We designate this enemy-
now in danger from an enemy ministration)
to support-himself, his wife and children..
Government control of Production (Civilian Production Administration -
2. Abolishing jurisdictional and sympathy strikes in natlon-wld
Industries. The CIO was built on membership by Industrie
time- These bills now before Congress are the entering wedge for totali Under this plan of union organization a strike In one plant .
because the avowed purpose of this enemy Is to tear down our allocation of per
substitute for tarianism. This Is "Planned Economy"-planned from the snits the national officers to call strikes In every other union
and to our sacred form of government
tested us lathe '
raw materials to the ultimate consumer. And "balanced production" plant In the particular line of industry, unless each local plan
totalitarian dictatorship.
it the Communist philosophy a which will tell us
Brain Trusters' term for government monopoly, meets the demands of the first union to strike. This involve

how much shall be produced, by whom, and at what price. By any business and workers which have 'no grievances and no Intern!
THE POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE OF the CIO standard it is Economic Dictatorship; pure and simple State Socialism. In a local dispute. '

BRANDS ITSELF when It brazenly announces, through the public THIS PLAN IS BEING PUT INTO EFFECT INSIDIOUSLY NOW, 3. Make all labor contracts legally binding on labo? and builnei

press, a drive to collect $8,000,000 by assessing Its members fl.OO day bX day, sugar coated, sweet sounding social legislation, each piece alike and enforceable by court action.

per head for a campaign fund to elect Its stooges to the United States fitting into A PERFECT PATTERN OF A COMMUNIST SYSTEMOF
I r Senate and House of Representatives and State Legislature In the PLANNED ECONOMY under which free, competitive enterprise THIS IS WHAT MUST BE DONE BEFORE YOUR 1NDIV1DUA:
i 1946 election. cannot, and Is not Intended to survive.

This is the CASH price the Communist con-' WilY A POLITICAL UNLESS CONSTRUCTIVE 50-50 labor relations bill are made ready]

AMERICAN LABOR DOES NOT NEED A POLITICAL ACTION the owners of PAC will get exactly what they want-by default
trolled PAC is willing to pay to dominate our the .iman
COMMITTEE any more than does the fanner, professional THIS CONFERENCE has drafted a 13polnt'code of Labor Relation

Government.THIS or the business man. Neither the farm group, the professional group, based on the basic principle that what Is best for the country as

nor the business group, as such, would tolerate alien-minded, self- whole Is best for labor as a whole, and best for business as a whole

appointed leaders to use them or their great Influence to destroy their 250,000 copies of this 13-polnt code have already been mailed to anal

IS A CHALLENGE TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE own liberties and the liberties or all our people. businessmen throughout the country, but we must reach the million

If the Communists can raise Six Millions, the American people can,
and we believe they will, raise TEN TIMES that amount overnight, WE DON'T BELIEVE LABOR WANTS A PAC Finally WE! WILL DRAFT THE NECESSARY LEGISLATION AM

to defeat these stooges. WE DON'T BELIEVE that the rank and file of the CIO want It. We SUBMIT IT TO CONGRESS AS THE DELIBERATED LABOR

.' challenge the PAC to prove that*more than 40 percent tber P..p RELATIONS OPINION' .. OF AMERICAN BUSINESS AND TH1
WHAT IS COMMUNISM? membership Joined the union willingly. The majority joined becausethe / PUBLIC. "k 4. i

closed shop and maintenance of union membership compelled them
The following statement.was presented and appeared on page As such, we shall make every legitimate effort to get it passed
to Join before they could get and hold a Job.
A' 1152.h'tie: Congressional Record of March, 1946: Join with us now. The way is described below.
which Is to spread dlsunlty.i.rlota, rtile-or-ruln
"Communism Is not only c creed. It Is a plan of campaign. Any group -
anarchy should be ostracized. Those alien philosophers should be put
"A' Communist Is not only the holder of certain opinions; he Is AGAIN, WAKE UP.AMERICA!
for their with a one
aboard a ship and headed Utopia, way passage.
the pledged adept of a well-thought-out means of endorsing them. The
It will require time know-how and money to pull the fangs of Com
anatomy of a discontent and revolution has been studied in every
WAKE UP AMERICA munlsm In America.
phase and aspect and a veritable drill book prepared In a scientific ...

spirit for subverting all existing Institutions. The method of enforce- A campaign fund of $6,000,000 to elect Communist stooges to the Aa far as we are aware this Conference Is the only business grou

ment Is as much a part of the Communist faith as the doctrine Itself. Congress and the Legislature is now under way. This sum, divided which has dared to challenge the Communist dominated PACCto \

At first the time-honored principles of liberalism and democracy are equally among the 432 Congressional Districts (plus? Congressmen- a showdown.

involved to shelter the infant organism. Free speech, the right of pub- to be PAC-CIO to
at-Iarge), would amount to about $14,000 spent by This Is a battle for preservation for every businessman Indlvidu

lic meeting, every form of lawful political agitation and constitutional elect each stooge Congressman. ally, and In which every trade association chamber of commerce an<
right are paraded and asserted. Alliance sought with every pop-
every other business group In the country should unite ui
ular movement toward the left. This is the CASH price the PAC has placedon common effort to preserve Free Enterprise.

"No faith need be, Indeed may be, kept with non-Communists. ,
our Congress! This Conference will and everything else'I
devote Its time
Every act of good will, of tolerance, of conciliation, of mercy, of mag- gladly
takes to do this BUT THE MORAL AS
nanimity on the part of governments or statesmen Is to be utilized for This treacherous act makes real American blood boll and it's high Job. WE MUST HAVE Thll! I

their ruln.- Then when the time Is ripe and the moment opportune, time some one dared call Public* Enemy No. 1 and called upon the FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.

every form of lethal violence from mob'revolt to private assassination American people to make war on It-to destroy it. absolutely necessary. You, the reader, must let your Senator an

must be used without stint or compunction. The citadel will be stormed Congressman know how YOU feel about this. Within this Conferee

under the banners of liberty and democracy; and once the apparatusof FELLOW AMERICANSTHIS you can make your voice heard and,be effective.

power Is In the hands of the brotherhood, all opposition, all con- After all, this Is your Job. We can only act for you_spearhead th

trary opinions must be extinguished by death. IS A CHALLENGE TO YOU effort of the people-to keep America American.

Is but tool to be used and afterward broken lib-
"Democracy a ; DON'T LET THIS HAPPEN HERE!'Don't let the last remaining cit- Send for your copy of the Fair Labor Relations Code, vote for
but a sentimental folly unworthy of the logician. The absolute t
adel of freedom disappear from this earth. Be aa partisan or non- against each item and then send it, with your expressed opinion
rule of a self-chosen priesthood, according to the dogmas It has learned .
partislan as you please, but BB AN AMERICAN first. your Congressman.
by rote Is to be Imposed upon mankind without mitigation progres-

sively forever. All this, set out In prosy textbooks, written also In CAN YOU DO? I V
WHAT roalllnj
can help financially the coat of
by underwriting
blood In the history of several powerful nations, is the Communist's of tt
faith and purpose. To be forewarned should be to be forearmed." You can help ANTI-PAC-Communlst candidates to the U. S. (95.50), 500 ,(11.00), 1,000 (55.00). or 5,000 $275), coPIes
Senate and House of Representatives and your State Legislaturemen Labor Relations Code to others the cost of which Is 5 l-2c per fOp

THIS CAN'T HAPPEN IIERE1DON'T who you believe will live up to their oath of office to "Uphold"and We Invite mall businessmen of Ameflca to become member of III t<

protect the Constitution of the United States." You KNOW the Conference. The coat Is $10 $25 $50 or '100 per year, s'ha' t"
BE TOO SURE! It is going to depend entirely upon YOU- to *
you can afford. (The amount will be used
Communist won't. This la job. of membership
blooded of
the real red American reader this statement. Communism bulletins.)
has made tremedous headway In this country by: You can also get behind and support the efforts of American small



The Conference. Of American Small Business Organizations


Organized January 1942: to aid smaller plants to get Into war production; to keep other small bu l- In* delegates from'existing trade associations, chamber of commerce other small business groups

assess alive during the war and to preserve our tree, independent, competitive enterprise system after and Individual businessmen ezprdss the deliberate opinion of over-all small bu, tae.. In America The
Conferee baa a governing board of 48 directors from all action
of the United State,. all reputable
the war. THIS LATTER IS NOW OCR JOB. The sven national sessions of this Conference, com ris- 1 snail buslnesmnen. Write for further Information .











cordance with the law, which pro- has grown up to 73: percent of Its Fort McPherson, Ga. He servedas Inla. IT, 1946. (

dum Setarketing vides for marketing quotas on allotted acreage In any one of the an airplane mechanic with the You are required to appear on (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A..J. Thomas I Unknown.You I
July A. Clerk of
flue-cured tobacco for the 1947 15th 194. In the above named Bald Court.
past three years. This allotment Far Eastern Air Service Com- Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Zach H. Douglas, aalne.vllle Fla. ,
.crop. However, marketing quotas may be Increased any time up to mand, and before entering the >...ka divorce Bradford County Atty. for Pit. u-28 4t '-19 ed tC.ict.: and cause wherein plain- ,
Telegraph shall publish this Order divorce. Ilradford
Tobacco cannot be In effect unless County
on I approved March 1, 1947 by the Secretaryof service was employed on the Fire In next four weekly temie. IN rmrvrr COCRT. BRADFORD Telegraph shall publl.h this Order
marketing by at least two-thirds of the Agriculture If the supply and Department at the Keystone AAF. \Vitn.im my hand and officIal COUNTY! FLOHIUAl IN CHAN- In next four weekly U.uen.Wltneea .
0 n 1 producers voting In the referen- demand seal at starke Florida, thla June CHIiV.Jerry my hand And offtoU.1 seal
tobacco haa situation warrants. Uth. Uti.10FFICIAL. Wilson Plaintiff' v. Rub at Starke, Florida this June !d.
'Tue-cureu dum. If quotas NEW REMINGTON PORTABLE ( !SEAL! A. J. Thomas, Lee Wilson Defendant Cass No. 19 4A>

fid for Friday, Julyler Marketing quotas furnish 90 are approved, loansat t ewrlters, $ '7.'J1 Include A.. Cleric of said Court.T. 4090 ( Clerk LCourtt.J. Thomas,
grow- percent of the parity price Y P ( Frank tndrum, Starke 1"1..1. ORDEHl OF PUBLICATION Aa of .aid
Chairman of the ers with a method of adjusting will be available. Loan 'or other tax) Bradford County Atly. for Plf. I-U 41 !-a ANT NOTICE TO APPEAR Zm-h H. DoiiclnM, Ualne.vllle Fla.
supply to demand STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ruby Atty. for Plf e-IH 4t '.19
Conservation and can help to price Telegraph.
Jricultural supports cannot? be made I!or CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD
this week. provide fair prices to growers for available on the 1947 If COI'MTY.' FLORIDA f* CHAN. .T ...
announced crop r":RY
e ndum was called In acL the tobacco they produce.At growers disapprove quotas.It FOR TAX IIKKIIIlootte Tiny --Shaw Plaintiff v>. Edith For Safety Comfort and Economy .
Shaw, Defendant. Case No. 4H7S.OHDKIt .
the present time, flue-cured was emphasized that the loan BUI No. 1862 OF Pl'm-irATIOV .

tobacco growers are producing a- program affords the NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES AND NOTICE TO APPEAR -
opportunity I that T. J. Alderman the holder. of FOR COTJKTKOUSCORKKCT
bove world consumption levels to of obtaining loans basedon the
fo'lowlnn certificate hai filedsaid
:Shaw whom residence In 4001 14th -
build up depleted stocks In for- grades. If the tobacco under certificate for a tax deed to Street, N. W.. Washington, J>.. C. ) cINFORMATION :

eign countries. Marketing quotas loan is sold above the loan rate, I be tsiued l and thereon.years of The Issuance certlflratenumbers the July Ywu 29.are 1944 required, in the ta above appear named on ;; ;;:, .

afford the opportunity to adjust the farmer participates in any description name In of which the property U wan, assessed and the Court and cause, wherein. plaintiff
this supply to meet demand. profit which seeks divorce m-adford County "7
be realized. I
may I are a* follows: Telegraph. shall publish this Order FiNNIe Phone 147 \
+ a "Any persons who haa an Interest Loans furnish a protection that Certificate 19ft.n..crlptlon No.. 14 Tear of Is.suance In next four weekly issues. ,

gee Ir' in the 1946 crop of flue- eliminates some of the risks from of Property seal Witness at Starke.my "hand Florida and thin official JunaiFFlCIAl.

cured tobacco as an owner, tenant tobacco growing.The I KH of NKH of !!It. Mec. 14. Twp. 32 1944. Hide Florida Greyhound Lines, Inc. Busses ,
7 S. K 20 E.. .containing 20 acre*. () BRAT.) A. J. Thema..
or share cropper Is entitled federal government is no Name In which aBHeued It. I* A* Clerk of aid Court. UNION BUS STATIONTemple
I I to vote In the referendum" Rosier longer acting as agent for for HouKh: If. C. Baldwin Oalne.vlllo, Florida. .
Certificate No. 29 Ynar of In Are. LACY CONWAY Agent Sterk, JI'Ia.'Q .
ever Atty. for Plf. (.28 4t 7-19
Did you said. "However eign governments in
FOLKS: no person Is entitled purchasing silence 1944DecNptlon. ..., ..
I A' ,
that a mother can I to more than one vote even tobacco and In the future loans of Property IN rinrrrr COTHT. nRAnroitnCOI .KU
1 think II I Lots 89 In WoodUwn Sec 14, Twp. '-MTl. KLOHII1It .'II iN-
twenty years making aL I though he may be engaged in pro- I can afford a real protection to i6 S. K. 22 R., contalnhiK 10 acre, fKIIT.Frank .
L boy -and another duction of flue-cured tobacco in growers against drastic price de- Name In which assessed. Un- l\{. UUOHO Plaintiff .s, Janet -
of himminutes' clines or losses i Iknownu: HU.KO "..f..nil..nt. <'a,n No. 4N13.:
can make a fool I two or _more communities coun- Certificate No. 65 Year of I.- ORDER OF PrHL.lOATION f/ -- .
ties or States." nuance 1944.Description. ANI NOTICE!! TO APPEAR
nip I IhI of Property, 8TATHS OF FIjOlllDA: ..UnctitHo
thing Rosier explained that, if marketing Silver Lake Lots WH of EH of BWS of RED s.". whose address IN 100 South 1 ..
rt It the only I quotas are approved In- 12, Twp 6, S. It. 22 I'1.1 contalnlnit Ullllama Street White Hall New
Rome women 10 acres York.
fan cheat I dividual acreage allotments will Moving Briskly i Name In which aimeHned. Sclplo You are appear on
r the U-t word. I be continued In 1947. Individual Went: July 19. 4r.eql'.lrtf'l: named .
Development of "Mount Pleasant" Certificate No. (6 Year of IM- Court and cause, wherein plaintiff --
'd: Pop how soon will acreage allotments for 1947 win on Silver Lake in the Key- nunnce 1944.DfMcrlptton. seeks dlvorve. nrailford County SHRIMP OYSTERS MULLET
not be less than 80 of Property, -
to do as Intwr percent of the Telegraph shall publish thin Order
|old enough 1946 allotment for i stone Heights section Is near com- .I SWVi of SWK: Sec' 14. Twp. 6, In next four weekly IHHUIH.AVItnena .
any farm which letlon, Realtor W. S. Sibley announced S. K. 22 10., contalnlnit 40 acre my hand and. official SEA TROUT- PERCH BREAM
Name In which assessed John Real at starke, Florida. thin June
"I don't know, last week. Johnson; 26. 19 48. RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO
: lived I' -I LOST 52 Lbs.! The sub-division consists of 80 Certificate No. 94 Year of I>- A. J. Thomas,
ho one has ever WEAR SIZE: 14 AQAINMM. imnce 1944.Description. Aa Clerk of said Cnnrt,
lakefront 1 o t sand 22 tracts. of Property, (OFFICIAL SEAL)
lag C.D. MILLS.
3et"o A. PI.e.e rT.MOUTHV a.-. Twelve lots and tracts have recently 1 A H(| In SW for of BH ofNWS P. E. Knight, Starke Florida Afresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry
mmr torn pound and of SKVi' Sec. 82, Twp. t). 8. Atty. for Plf. 8-S8 4t 7.18
matter how long you aeon >M lefL norful au,h.'e.. W. been sold. Sibley reported. It. 23 E., containing 1 acre.
Ire will never find reetries. No 4n_ No ........ adding that M. M.\' Matchett and Name In which aHHeBMod Joe.Johnaon IN rinrriT COTHTN nn. npoiii" >
*** ann. bu ; coiirvTY. PLoaii>Ai IN CHAM.CKIIV. .
IWvice better quality or The_l.riei>eea Mn WtiUiuy Claude of will .
May Hampton .
I f*...*not b.different then ......... I Certificate No. 106 Year of Isuance
conscientious attention toar Mt wkyaat try U.: A YT>8 Vltamla shortly build permanent homes on 1944.UeHcrlptlon. O. O. Edward: Lloyd Plaintiff, VB. FLA.
Cuvlv Pl.nr Lne.t.e..ultw of Property, (dell O. Lloyd Defendant Cane
than you get here. !s d nk! MI* bv the lakefront. !I Lot 8 of Lflk 4. HDciirlty. Home No. 4S73.OHDKH.
never satisfied unless n.Md dot1o,.=thu -* .j The lake the realtor said Isflngfed Rite In NWV, of N'IIIC.: 35, Twp. OF PUBLICATION
__lest 14 ee Ir i>. ['t you the very best. .--A.YD".Is a VIteals few wee k.wltataw } with sand bottom ands Name In which assessed VnCertl'flcate STATE OF KUUinA to: Moll

....-....... Ceadr slopes are shaded by a groveof known: O. Lloyd. whose residence and pool' !
No. Ill Year of Issuance office .address, In B85 Meeting !:Street Free Flight Instruction
F 1 OIL PRODUCTS _Wit this Arde..Flu_... dw t eel live oaks. The adjacent area 1944.PeHcrlptlon. C'harltfNtqn, 8. C.
BM l te soy or..-..... .rou rt 5a. pat.toea...- was described as "hilly and of Property You are required| to appear on
aching Polishing dews ll*. .. .... sOd weer whee Stewart 8W'/! of 8WW of 8104 S.... 4.Twp. July 25th. IH4*. In the above named (SOLCO
Greasing ou tOsd vitamin' tortl.Ud shady. Three streets- 7, 8. K. 22 K., i"ntalnlng 10 oourt and cause, wherein plaintiff ,
( ) A Man. ..ch itml. Abed' Lakeshore and Jessica avenues acres. eeeka. divorce. Bradford County
l utedlr hrmlr. JO. ir day not w d.SmIIbbe..,?, ___ have been built and a sizeable Name In which assessed T. O. Telegraph .hall publish. thl. Order With Each Purchase of a i
BACg ... .
femple & Lake MONBY oo theKOCII .. 1'_ Morgan; In next four weekly .u. "
amount of the property cleared. Certificate' No. 124 Tear of Issuance Witness mv hand and official seal
1944.tescriptlnn. at Starke Florida, thl. SI day of
rvice Station DRUG STORE The development which was \ of Property, June 1941.COP'I"IL'IAL.
Phone 35 begun in March extends from A"iI of NK1of 8KH: A REL4 of ( SEAL A. J. Thomas New Piper CubDown

Phone 179 Tear Out This Ad As A the Georgia Southern line to the containing N} '4 Sec. 93 60: acres.Name Twp.. T, 8. E.. John An Clerk J. llendemnn of .aid Court.K"i|. St. AUKU-

ReminderUNDERSTANDING Keystone Golf Course. Situated In which"a.H, <,,.ae,1 Harden tine, Florida.
4 10 miles from Starke. it is reached a Welener; Atty. for Plf. 6-38 4t 7.19!
( Payment $665)
Certificate No. 131 Year of IBUK =
by a County Road leading nee 1944.Description. IN cincviT rofnT. ..84UII'OH..1.
of Properly roi'NTVi FLORlnAI IN CMANCKMY. .. A .
28 short distance
from Highway a
NK'i' of NBVi 8ec. 5. Twp. R, S. .
beyond the railway overpass. I R 22 }1., containing 40 acre Neva Ulamanco Plaintiff ".. Alfred -
Name I n which axHCBHed Vn- S. (llamanuo, Defendant Can, Select The Leader. .
the economy of management make upa I known; t No. 4H93

primary quality of our Service which C. M. Brown ReceivesCommendation silence Certificate No. 132 Year of I.- ORnBR'tiP'AND NOTICE<< PUBLICATION TO APPEAR World's Safest TrainerSee

is dedicated to the affairs and needs of Hencrlptlon of Property STATE OF Ji-LOHIDA: Alfred
KH of SEV of 8WV4\ 8e,'- 6. Twp. 9. Olamanco who.e re.ldenoe la 1(84 .I ..
bereavement. 8, S. R, 22 E, containing 20 acres. 10th Avenue Brooklyn New York.
Klectrlcl- You are required to Appear on The New Cub Now On Display
Clyde Marlon Brown, Name In which assessed Un- July 2*. 1849. In the above named
'* an's Mate 1-c was honorably discharged known.All Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
In the
of said property being and controlof
seeks divorce custody
from the Navy recentlyat County of Bradford State of Flor- said minor child. Bradford
the Bainbridge Md., Separation Ida. County Telegraph shall publish thl. CONWAY AIRPARKCONWAY
DEWITT. C. JONES and commendedby Unless such certificate or certl- Order In next four weekly U.uea
Center, was IcateH hall be redeemed according Witness l my hand and: official seal i

AMBULANCE SERVICE: his commanding officer for to law the property' :; i :4wm at Htarke, Florida, thl. June 17, LIBBY
ouch certificate or .
144! *
outstanding performance ,of dutyas b. Hold to the hlithont bidder at Funeral Director a member of a landing craft the court house door on the first A.. Olerk ol .sSdLCouri, AUTHORIZED CUD DEALERS
PHONE- 7 hazardou Invasion of Monday In, month.>t August K4A, T. frank ...A4r..... Btarke. Florida.
STARKE during the which I I. the IIt'llday of August, Atty for Plf. 1-211 tt 7.U
Sicily. He began' his Naval service 1948.( -_ I
Dated this J5lb day of June IN (.nfT'T ('01 HT. nn "lI'oltnrOI' .
Our local funeral home enables us to 47 months ago and the lastS 1946. TY FI.OHIU iv: CIIA.PICRItV. -

offer conveniences and services not months were spent overseas.He A. J. THOMAS ,
Clerk of Ir..lt I Court of Bradford.Y.nttf
Rose Eddie Wright,
otherwise available. haa rejoined his wife. Florid.' Plaintiff

Marie Brown of Starke. 7-18 _
[furnish tit highest type service at the lowest prices and ..V CIHCI'IT (COt'RT BHADKOHn" ( M.fefendnnt.onnKH Wright. .
pt ANY life insurance policy In force, issued by ANY com- Johnnie Oder Goodman, Ships rncNTV. Kl.oniuAi IM CIIAN- OF pirm.ir'ATioN

U payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultationi Cook 1-c, of Route 2, Starke. Is Wllll'am'C'Io1I&1" C. Archer, Plaintiff, v*. STATIC AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO API'hiAK to:: Hattl
serving aboard the USS Blue Julia aL..e Archer, Defendant Cane M. Wright whose residence and 1llllnjJJ...
i obligation.IN.. amphibious command No. 4898. post office addre.a IK 402 New )I
Ridge, an ORDER OK PUBLICATIONANI Street, Tlmmonevllle, South Car.- ,
ship which took part In the NOTICE TO APPEAR IIn" JU.
atomic bomb test In Bikini Atoll. STATE OK FLORIDA to: Julia You are required to appear on n Jn ,
Lee Archer whnBe residence andaddress he XSth day of July A. O. 11)48.) -
Ridge carried observers' I U, 4024 Ealy Road Chattanooga camel and '
The Blue : In the above Court
tests. Tenn. cause, wherein plaintiff .....k. dl- /JiJ.., lIr'II :yon are banting lop e. Innfce
SOUTHEAST during You are required to appear on YOre. The BRADFORD COUNTY ( a big empany.. :you are entitled
THE I July 29. U4S. In the above named TKLKUBAI'H publish. thl. N their Special Bean Dbooul.

e people drink Atlantic Ale asid Bea than any other. Nelson C. Grlffls. who held the seeks Court and divorce.cause, Bradford wherein plaintiff Count .ue.order... In then atilt weekly I.. .

It rank of Corporal at the end pfhis Telegraph hall publUh. this OrderIn WITNESS my hand and official
must be...- 24 months of Army service next four weeklyi.eu.s.l ,seal at Utarke, Florida this SI day
Witness, my hand and official of June. A. D. U48.I .
was discharged last month at seal at Starke Florida, thl. June J. mtMAtlf TRUCK TIRES
I 27. 1941. A. Clerk nt said ("i>urt.OFFICIAL. .
(CJFKICIAI. lid Court.J. Thomas. ( SEAL)
A* Clerk of John J. Hender.on. E.(|, All Peptone MM.
J. S. Harrison Law Exchange Bld., Solicitor for plaintiff. i-H
J..k.onvlll..1 Florida. ..
ITCHAre I Atty..for. Plf. 4t 7.10IN IN: cincriT COUNT BRADFORDCOUNTY
COUNTY' FI.ORIIJAI11I" lVlda'Hurdlce l- Robert I* Harvey Plaintiff v*.
you tormented with Itch In. ofc f'RV. Items I. Harvey, Defendant Case EASY CREDIT h)
iIF ema, pHorlaal*reahp"t7on: I n a ectlte Sumner Miirtln. Plaintiff A
,*, athlete' ., rectal. v*. Alb..rL..nl.1 Martin Ueendant. N"0HD8En OF PUBLICATIONAND w
Itching or other ""V ".5r11cau"2 fane No. 494. NOTICE TO APPEAR TERMS
.. ..
th .kin troubles? For quirk ORDER OK PUHLirATinVAND STATE OF FLORIDA to: Kemaf. -' M i
Hood results u.. VICTORY OINX-- NOTIC'B TO APPEAR Harvey whoa residence la Un.knfwn. -
MENT. Developed for the boy in STATE OF FLORIDA to: Albert .
the Army now offered to the folk. Daniel Martin A.M.M. 2-c val" You are required. to appear on Star Iloan: Dally t A.M.-6:30: P.M. Saturday! t1 A.M,-' .JK.Hero's .
,,, EfR back! home. White, crea.ele..chll-an- Division, J.It.H. Kearara-e July a 3, 1948. In the above named
., U"eptle. Sate for bablea or % Fleet Pot Office, Court and cause wherein plaintiff
u4.., dren. A name you can't forget N. Y. Icv-au'l Soaks divorce. Ii r. d ford County
VICTORY OINTMBNT-the flne.t.Tuhr You are required to Telegraph ,.hall publl.h thl. OrderIn -- .
., or Jare July 29, 194*. In the neat four weekly lieue.,
4d. .
h-snns4lt Aria CN.W,tsetse.. old I. s..rk. bye.RPRV'rEwe. Court and cau... wherein plaintiff Witness, my hand and official bread '
: Kr'Ii" seeks divorce, custody and control seal at Slarke, Florida thl. June sweeter, tastier
end C.tNOYA IIBLO STORES ..#. minor .,..m_._. Bradford County_
I Telegraph ,hall publish thl* Order .
1ft next four weekly l I....... FLEISCHMANN'S '
1 Witness my hand and officialseal with
at Htarke, Florida, this June IT
STARKE DAY 1 SEAL) A. J. Thomas. ,
A* Clerk of aid Court.
R. H. Duncan 1111 Lynch Bld<<.

Jacksonville Florida. ..
Atty. for Plf. 4t 7.19IN
CERV.O.orl .
[ Beach ;* Henry Dreher, Plaintiff v.. _

Bertha Case Nn.Ellen 1551.ORDER Dreher Defendant I

6 STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Bertha
Every Thursday From 12 to Ellen Dreher. who.. residence' and -LL'h4'
addre ire % Pearl Cochran St26th J
: ,
.Street. Huntington Wt Vlr


BurglaryPolicy .
Free 4

SWIMMING f\ pay for, 17IT'S FULL STRENOTH no it goes right to work.

1 No waiting. No extra ntepn.! Fleischmann'a heels
PICNIC what is stolen
TABLESLarge ::. at the or ,1 3 active Yeast helps make bread that's.more delicious -

Room For and tender, sweeter-tasting every timelIF

Dressing Accommodations -" HNSand destroyed


Re Suggest For A Good neat TRY OUR Charley E. Johns FJei chmann'. active fresh Yeast t

fyjChEN, STEAK, FISH AND SHRIMP DINNERS with the familiar yeOow label.

Agency Dependable. been America's 4ly.-
Cottages Reasonable Rates FEATHERSNext Chas. C. Phone 1$ STARK VIA.m.9n.aetlee -
Rooms Apartments favorite for more than 70 years.

' Billiards Boating Bowling To AJvarez StoreGLENN' ShepherdAtCay' .

.GSLEY BEACH LOCATED ON BEAUTIFULLAKE WOOD, Prop. Service Station rl..titr"ptItti1
Blandinsr THE TUVau.:: Hertfeed
Next Joor To Camp rf


1 ,

. . Telegraph shall publish this Order'!Certificate
e e 5juance
S No
If You Have A Bit to Share 39
At The TabernacleThe In next four weekly lseues. I 1944. Tear
rW.C.T. Witness my hand and official seal ?
Theressally Just Send Your Name to CARE at Starke,. Florida, this June .211. 7.Description of r> !
U. service at the Tabernacle 194A, ?: K ilVrHto'
(OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. J. Thomas. Name
Friday night was conducted by Eva Ma Trleftt I People who would like to share When the order arrives In the An Clerk of said Court. DIII8, Estwhich axxr.,, ,&.

WHEN WETS ARE DRY Clarence Melton who took for . e e e . e ,their plenty with hungry folk in country designated co-operating John BJdMT., W Jacksonville. MiiBkoff,?Florida.1105 Graham All or said, pr"p.rt, a If

his subject "What la a Christian 'Europe are enabled to make direct agencies obtain the package from Atty. for Pit. 7-5 4t 7-26 lou my of Bradford !etsti oilUnless ,
Evan wets are dry-at least Mrs. Louise Hall and family returned shipments through CARE. the stocks already shipped and .
? :Mr. Melton a interesting -
..na their personal safety IN gave very home after spending a few This organization, with funds pro- delivery can be made rapidly. .\OTItEJ OF APIM.1CVTIOV: KOH fleat." shall such be "rtltiral Ir L
-.necL They believe InivahUition and Instructive talk on days with her parents in Plant vided In advance as a loan from When the food now on the way TUICICU to law the prol.e'I r.d.ern'd. at'(
HOIIM* Hill Nw. 1NIUI: such
i when applied to the the subject: Interspersing his remarks City.We members, has bought from the arrives and stocks are available NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN. be sold c"rtlfh'ale to the of ,..trtlfIt1ltt d..rl"h
..wlgtaeer who. hauls, the train with appropriate Bible re- welcome Mr. and Mrs. L. V. War Assets Administration 2,800- it is thought It will be possibleto that Clara Mae Knight the holder court house dOur on'! 1Idd.t' r,
ferences. Williamson and Linda, rations, make deliveries In about three of the following certificate has day In m"nth the flrlll
.... which they are riding daughter 000 packages of combat flied Raid certificates for a tax whlcb I.. th" 6th' f Auau 'i,
a.. taxi driver, who drivestftetn The Saturday Youth meeting back to Theressa. now surplus. About 1,000,000 of weeks from the time the orderIs deed to be issued thereon. The cer 1048.Oat"d diy Of &b
round, the elevator boy of the these their overseas received. ; tificate numbers and yearn of la*
was In charge Laymen's Lawton Youngblood of Waldo are on way nuance, the description of the prop- (ONFICIALesLAi Ila,l ) ""f
Who take them up to their Brotherhood Association of the visited Thomas Trlest M o n day now. Each of these boxes con- Countries. Included erty, and the name In which'' It wan Clerk nour'A J full 7h,
roe In the hotel the cook whoyiBjMrrt Tabernacle. A special feature of afternoon. tains food equivalent to 30 Army At present arrangements have : a..ed are an follows: County,Florida. Of n"

their food for them, : the program was the playing of a I Mrs A, L. Sullivan returned meals. This Is equivalent to per- been made for distribution of foodIn I. .. ..., ,. r .. __ 1.1 (t
Um doctor who lit. operating on : beautiful old hymn on the harmonica -, home after few haps 150: of the meager meals seven countries. Poland, Czechoslovakia -,
spending a days
thrr little C1hpdrl'n.I their by one of the Brother : with her daughter in Ocala. now being eaten by many peoplein Italy, Norway, Finland RENO THEATRE DLOOK'
...... .f the car they m..teet II hOl'd members. The young people I II I Ervin Trlest returned home food shortage!, areas. France and the Netherlands.No M. : ;;
i at a narrow place In the In Bible Quiz which' customs examinations
took part a after spending a few days with Anyone who>> wishes to send such pay-'
....... It In only when the law |I I tested their skill In searching out his aunt Mrs. M. Martensen of a box to a person of his acquaintance ments of duties are required as a'
lafevfen with their own llb- Bible passages. I II i Jacksonville.Miss In the countries in result of these arrangements and I

-W that they are really w..t.1 I There will be a baptismal ser- I I II Inez Neel of Keystone which CARE Is. now operatingcan ; protection of shipments is assured : LOOK LOOK! !
vice next Sunday evening at the out by the governments. This U con-I
Chrltttlan .. ), 'I Heights visited the Tilest twins do so simply by filing a
II I I close of the regular worship hour. ,last weekend. Food Remittance Application! enclosing i sidered very Important,. e i I Saturday, July 6
a check for :$15. the cost much trouble Is reported in get-
I ri Mrs S. E. Trlest and family private shipments to their BIG GALA MIDNIGHT
I of the box and mailing it to ting SHOW
and Miss Inez Neel visited Mrs.
destination without looting in ,
I CARE, :50 Broad Street, New York
M. Martenwen of Jacksonville Sat- 4. Upon the blank he writes the some countries where hunger has 11:15 P. M. ALL SEATS 33c;

i Clothingand urday night. name and address of the personto made people desperate. Negoti COME ONE, COME ALL TO SEE
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley visit- whom he wishes the box delivered ations are under way for ship- TillS
ed his father and mother In De- and his own name. If he ments to additional countries.The BIG TIME ALL-STAR COLORED, FEATURE

land Sunday. prefers to have the food used purpose of CARE is not

ShoesFOR Mrs J. P. Dickinson and son where it Is most needed, he can i to replace any relief work now "UNDERWORLD"NEXT

Truman attended the baptism at simply mark it for general relief. I being done, by any organization,
Hampton Lake Sunday afternoon. Blanks are available at the Florida I official or private, but to supple- WEEK FRI. SAT. MIDNIGHT

John Hall of Gainesville was !! Bank at Starke. ment it. Many people have ex- "TWO GUNMEN FROM HARLEM"

visiting relatives here last week- How Foal| la Distributed pressed a desire to do more thanis ,
being done by government and A
end.Mr. Distribution Is made by the
and Mrs. Bernie Riley and CARE undertakes to provide
The Entire FamilyEvery Mrs. Bell Garrett were visiting agencies which have them a way. .
1>(rll. Dickinson Sunday afternoon. staffs in the countries to which "We don't have to ask very loud ,1I

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Loper and food is 'sent. A person can Indi- I for contributions," says Mrs. S. R. I I I ( '
children are visiting In Georgia a cate which organization he wishesto ,Logan of the Chicago committee i

day is bargain few days.S have take over the job of dis- "People snatch the blanks out of
day tributing. If he so desires. our hands."
I 1-c Don Neel
of St. Petersburg 1 1 I I 1

at the * .* weekend.was visiting his mother last Presbyterian Pastor new lead enthusiasm on to a large will Ingathering continue and in 1yl

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Loper and Favors ProgramOf the near future

children are visiting In Georgia a Church PublicityWe
few days. NOTICE

STAR Store Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mason Inez' wish to congratulate the Estimates for a County Service
Neel, and Thomas Trlest were I Bradford County Telegraph/ for'Its Officer fund were, made Monday

visiting Mrs. Mason's sister In unique church,publicity plan, con- by the County Board of Commissioners p

Lawtey Sunday ceived by Its editor and now being during its monthly meeting -
Miss Ruth Sibley spent the weekend promoted by Jas. A. Lewis of the a record of which Is as follows -
I with Norma Sweeney at press staff. It was the opinionof : The Board took up the

Hampton. the publishers of the local press matter of adopting a supplemental
that the religious organizationsof budget for the purpose of settingup a 1

e e e Starke were far behind other a County Service Officer fund
RENO THEATER : Interests In advertising the for the remainder of the present
Pine LevelBy I churches-that they are playing a I fiscal year which terminates Sep-

very poor second to the wide tember 30, 1946, and having given
z. u... POND Mgr. OPEN 6 P. M. Mra. II. M. McRae
awake business men ,of the community i consideration of the needs and tIIi

Thursday Frh'ay July 4. 5 . .- .- .- .- -. .- and that the Cause of i necessities of the County and the s EI1J'lINNlcaEa
Rev. Christ was Buffering as a conse requirements for the balance of
W. Hall
JIMMY WAKLEY, In E. filled his regular SH1t1MVsl.a saya
quence. the fiscal year' have determinedand ..1uPI
appointment at Pine Level noR1DJ\
"SPRINGTIME IN TEXAS" Church Sunday morning and This rather meager publicity do hereby declare the follow- 1& buy cults ClIP Iilklaal1

night. There were several baptisms was not the fault of the local ing to be the estimated expenses 00..pa9b.tt1r 3 tbssP'thou tN cap
Also 3 "DAUGHTER OF DON Q." and all N cook04
Chapt. at the lake Sunday after- paper that for many years has special and extraordinary t.ar.dh.a& U
Ptus an All-Colored Cast 20 Minute Reel noon. been freely giving large apace in expenses con t emplated for the wit peSlP8IJ ttv .. laT'

"DARKTOVVN REVIEW" Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kersey and its columns to the work of the balance of the fiscal year from pat! c sbz1t'h? aael ..pa.b.U1...1.byneiia"IeGdID
receipts and other tilt
sources which n. _
churches without remuneration.But .
Open 2 P. M. Saturday, July 6-ONE DAY ONLY his son,mother Cecil, Mrs.all W.of R. Wood, and It Is felt that greater efforts will be available; Salaries $600. J..n..m9i iatUfid\lal n a.k1A6o COOkl.t1r, coGata..l1f paprika.
You'll Chili! You'll Shudder! When You I See were guests of relatives here Sun-, should be made to bring the reli- Stationary Total supplies and). postage, lout'. dl14 r Uk "la' Salt. p pp 1anh... CIlIa

,"SOUL OF A MONSTER" day. Mrs. Wood Is remaining fora gious activities the churches In $100. $700. \ tk..d.: : swsonP cad apa9bettl. IGIII.lda.Bake .
our community to'the public's at- It was therefore resolved that ,
visit with her uncle and aunt 'pow o-ref o1., \oP 1 lea bro+0'
Mas. Chapter 2 "BATMAN" Also 2 Comedies Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae. tention. This is in line with a the clerk of the Circuit Courtbe brad cr1aSI&beI .priD1d.. 3'1$. F. tU1 9 1o11a a
i directive recently handed down directed to have the foregoing ID' ., qr..a pilei. hot
Miss Shirley Hall of Palatka tt.tow
Matinee Sun., 2'7 Sun. Evening 9:30 .112 1'. M. Is the house guest of her grand i from the General Assembly of the estimates as made by the Boardof '' ...ith ahotT 'tn L
's.rv W
Presbyterian Church as well as County Commissioners published BO.'. S.na GraT.
parents Rev. and Mrs. W E. Hall. 1AX 1r. '5.04
"PHANTOM OF 42ND STREET"NEWS the Federated Churches of Christ In a newspaper in the County 15.00 ,o')4rI. ,.cipe.
.. Mr. and Mrs. Robert 1I&CIit.d a U
Myrick In America, to the effect that by one insertion; and a copy 1AX boa tor tp ,\199..110,,"
-' Chapter 13 "FOREST RANGERS"Also were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A F. Florida glOaO1
greater should be thereof
emphasis given i properly certified and forwarded ,
In Jacksonville aft- our pealt
Comedy Friday :the religious work of the churches to the Comptroller of the a t .t' 15.00 will be i0r8nwia9
Monday Same Program Open 6 P. M. ernoon. throughout America. State of Florida. Done and or- yubU B.cipe Ecii\Of.
Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae were ,.cicr.'51 F1Odaap
.. The local feels that the by Board of County 1cacPo"\Uo.
Zleflday'Nednesday July 9 10 OPEN 6 I). M. guests of Mrs. McRae's parents, financial burden press of such a plan Commissioners of Bradford County CempaT'
DOUBLE FEATUREJOAN Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Conner in
should not be borne, by itself a- Florida in regular session this
LESLIE, In Lake Butler Saturday night and lone, but should( have the back- 1st day of July, A. D. 1946.
Sunday and attended 'the revival
"RHAPSODY IN BLUE" services at Ing not only of the churches, but (Signed) M. O. Harrell Chairman .
Midway church. also of the numerous friends of :: 1i4

Plus Tim McCoy in "FIGHTING CARSON RIDEL" Rev. W. E. Hall made a business the churches In Starke. It Is cer- A, J. Thomas Clerk. ,
trip to Jacksonville
Also Monday. Mrs. tainly an Important movement .
Comedy 1
Hall spent last week In Hilliard and we are waiting patiently for CEMETERY: WORKING }
as the guest of her son-In-law r
and that time in the near future whenIt
daughter Mr and Mrs. J. E. shall become a reality.A There will be a cemetery work- .r .'(
Murrhee.Mr. ing at Pine Grove
number cemetery Friday -
of Starke citizens
and Mrs. Robert Taylor have enthusiastically expressed July 12, Ernest Grtffis care- ry
had as guests Monday afternoonMrs. taker, stated this week.
as favorable to the Rs0
To Oar CustomersSince T. N. Norman, Mrs. E. C. plan iv riiirriT COURT. BR\nponu

Sapp and Mrs. Bernard Eggersof Next Sunday, Dr. Frank Bryson COt -MTY. FLOItlDtl CIA9CEItY. :!. L
Gum Branch community and at the usual hour, of service 11 James William Oliver. Jr. Plain _
Miss Dorothy Eggers of Chester ''a. m., will discuss the theme "Be- tiff v... Anne WlniffleM. Oliver, De-
1034 we have had the III. 'liefs that Make Men Brave". fendant.ORDER Cane OP No. 4904.' \

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Wilson There will be special music by the AND NOTICE TO APPEAR: 1

and neice, Miss EInore Jones left choir. VVIncfI'ld 8TATK Oliver to: Ann
pleasure of serving you Friday for their home In Chicago, 'The Boards of the local churchare 2201 "M" Street, whone N. F.. Apartment addrens !la
111., after a few days visit here well pleased with the new In- No, \\-BKhlnwton 2. n I" '
with friends. terest and larger congregations. AuQUet5et545 .to Appear on
th above Mello1
giving you the highest quality Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starling There Is a great hope that this tiff ft\ Court eek.and cause, wherein plain num. ---
divorce ,
of Palatka spent the weekend hereas Bradford County And -and ,

guests of his parents Mr. and
of -
merchandise at the
Mrs. Joe Starling. o !
Wood policiciJ.s
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reasonable prices. Now that Baptist ChurchThe : JAX

Porcelain Front "II agree' or'hrimP
Ordinance of the Lord'sSupper this and you of fo'

OPA controls are off, we will will be observed Sunday 79.50 Try indeed ti true friend 5
morning at the First Baptist Beer is Yes, Florida
foods. 't
Church and the choir will sing ire regional and when'J edTetraanni
not raise our prices except appropriate selections. The ser 2-PIECE is Is seaOs

mon brought by the pastor will Orink of friendship.you'VC got

where wholesale prices advance.We Cups"be on.the subject "Drinking for Sofa Bed Suits off IJ golden beverage companion.destined. .to "novorfome

The Youth Choir of 30 voices a combination .,good

give our pledge to will lead the singing during the .
you cooperate $129 to $179 01
Happy Hour Service at 8 p m., Soutbeasterners there plenlY
and the pastor will have as his j ., .hand.lte'f
with our Governmentin sermon topic. "Restlessness". d is better ,

I Training Unions meet at 6:45: Breakfast Suits ,biffltont.porfjpjl brev$ ,hgreatness' <
I to discuss the topic "Honoring .
the .effort to combat in- ,", Christ In Community Life", the agree, ,suit their dsh1P'

first In a aeries entitled "Christ. 44.50 pecially to Drink 1AX from 0-
Above All In Our regional
flation. Citizenship". I great yours re9io'10on '
Sunday School meets at 9:43: : ----- -- -- WE BUY is perfect. Make of true.
with the lesson bre...
subject. 'The Law Enjoy The Summer and eel Y a
In Jesua' Day". There
departments -
In In Solid ComfortHammocks 'GOODUSED !
and classes for each age
In the absence of the pastor ,1'r'as

GREEN'S next Wednesday night. BlanchardLaw I
STOREMr. will have charge of the Mill- Ie yrelrfYN'f'
Week Service. The pastor will be hltu (
6.95 Irrfr
la a two weeks 'revival at Day-
and !Mrs. L. J. Green tona Beach, returning each Sun- ,....

day for cordial the regular welcome services.A Is extendedto C. H. Driggers Furniture Co. JAX BREWING

services to worship at any or all -- -.-- ------ JacksonvilleltrOIlT
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