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 12, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Official County Publication Established In 1877

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Udren Drown \While PlayingliNearRaikaadTresde Starts United. Next Church Week Page. Proposed County Budget Up 30 Pet. ,

31 I Bradford Churches County of Starke will present and But No Increase in Taxes Necessary

brought aorh a united front
rth of July of advertising,
Barnhart family, of Most Prices Steady news, and publicity to the ,

rke e with of the their death children byof As OPA Terminates, the reading next;::public Issue beginning of the Tele-with Big Bad Bikini Bomb Described Race Track Revenue Will Take Care

two. and her brotherd Butter Scarce, High graph. I of Rising Costs in Road and
\ A third child, Both retail and wholesale prices tl signed to present more Bridge Maintenance
eight. effectively the church's program As 'Disappointing' by Merle Grider
y rescued by her.sister, were holding steady this week, each week's announcements -

\While the tragedy oc- and consumers were keepIng ads etc will be grouped Following the general trend of rising costs In all phasesof

unidentified negro man their fingers crossed. The only around an appealing religl- A first-hand account of the any peeping at this show. If U S. economy, Bradford County's proposed budget for
bewilder- Due mennage the atomic bomb test in Bikini Atollon ever time dragged by, this was it.
too prepared by
apparently increase, that on.milk to 22c per 1946-47 carries an over-all total of $97,827OO-an increase
American Bible Society. In July 1 Is contained in a letter Someone cracked that the B-29
aid quart, effective Monday, had been of 30 percent over the 1915-46 total of $75,207.00.
0 playing this manner the reading public received by the Telegraph this was probably hauling hell for high
..Uren l had the been Seaboard ordered prior to the OPA's termination will know just where to turn week from Merle Crider, Photographers water now. Largest increases' as estimated by the Board of County

! below two miles grocerymen reported.The each week to find the news Mate 3-c,: who was a- Then the all-clear. Almost the Commissioners In annual(budget session here! Monday, came in the
a their home higher ceiling had been allowed board the USS Saldor at the time same instant Road and
limits. At 2:30 of Its favorite churches The we heard a far-away Bridge Maintenance Fund where the proposed total la

city Barnhart 9, Sandra, I as compensation for the with attractive layout of the page of the historic explosion. thump. the distant sound waves $42,000, as compared with $20.400 budgeted last year Notable increases
aid drawal of subsidies to milk In- When the Teletraph learned reached We raised
will our ears.
tttlmulate greater Interest our under this Fund
and Robert were are: from $11,000 to $15,000 for salaries of
loiyn terests. In the county's church work, two weeks ago that a Starke man heads, and there, beyond the horIzon -
thehe road maintenance
missing from crew; $1,200 to $2,000 for gasoline and fuel oil for
I to (A marked uncertainty' as It Is believed. would be a member of the famed and high above the clouds,
home and two older road machinery: $3,000 to $6,000 for purchase of new equipment
to butter was evident at the "Operation Crossroads" an airmail rose a huge column of white ;
clUe and Beverly, hast- All churches Interested In $7, oo to $10,000 for culverts and timber and other material for
week's end, with reports that letter was lent to Merle smoke that might easily have

e railway.! As Ronald they was ap- the price per pound In somesections having Included their on this.announcements page are asked asking him to let ua have his Impressions been mistaken for a curiously- bridges; and $2,000 reserved for contingencies and Incidental ex-

I the trestle was 90c or more. Butter of the great event. Following formed thunderhead. But this penses.
to have> official contact
to an
lr and pointing
help Gwendolyn and wan M scarce here, how- the Telegraph at once. is his reply: first-hand impression was almost One new item in the budget Is the County Service Officer Fund' I

where Sandra ever, that Tip Top, Lovett's, Bikini Lagoon Instantly destroyed as it continued of 1870.
id disappeared. .A & P and Cannon's had none 'July 3, 1946 to rise rapidly Into' the sky "
tong' I n deeP water. to offer and could give no Dear Mr Matthews:' mushrooming out at the top likea No Increase kn faxes::

Fj, plunged in and pulled Information as to the new Tobacco Growers I am happy to send you an account giant toadstool. It seemed to In spite of this substantial Increase In the budget, It Is believed

L safety while Roberthe listing. Darby's price was of what I saw of "Opera be boiling as the smoke churned that Bradford County can meet Its expenses next year without an

third time. The negro 72o a pound.) tion Crossroads", although I'm furiously. Soon parts of it turned Increase in taxes, thanks to the swollen race track revenue that the

fi unall colored boy were afraid that It will not be a reddish hue, and it seemedto received
side The Management of Cannon's Vote On very county during the current year and which it will In all
on the opposite QuotasBradford different from the dis be afire inside
if news
apparent- Grocery said "Except for milk, nota receive next year. During the fiscal year 1945-48 the
and were
sUe .
this weird ,
patches.All background
of'what single Item has gone up. We county government benefit ted by $49,000 from racing revenue--quite
Bed or unaware of held crossedon the seemed
us our fingers photographic planes
later dla- haven't had the wholesale people tobacco growers will a welcome windfall as compared with $16,000 received In the last
Ing. They the morning of July 1, hopingfor small and useless aa they flew
e o report an Increase of any kind. vote today (Friday) to determine year before full-scale post war racing was resumed. -
an ideal day. We were lucky, back and forth photographing the
h dren'. father Arthur Since the OPA went out, we have continuation of the ACA's marketing for although there were some amazing scene. In a short timeIt The county will enter the fiscal year 1944-47 with a surplus fund

from lowered the price on many of our of around $28,000, but perhaps half of this will have to be used to
was summoned quota. County Agent L. clouds in the sky, the test wouldgo had reached high Into the sky
I Side filling station'and meats from Ic to. 2c per pound. T. Dyer said the referendum will off as planned. and soon the head broke loose meet the new budget If taxes are not raised.
The A A P withheld
{ joined In a rescue atSe predictions decide whether allotments will be Aa you know, the bomb was and began to lose Its form. Total Valuation Decline
aa to the cost of meat until fur
bodies were recovered extended scheduled to explode at 9 a. m. The sight had been magnificentbut That the county would be "up the creek without a p ,ddle" if it ,
ther deliveries made but reported for three ,
were one ,
years year
Is later by Austin ; Bikini time. At about 8:30: we brief, for soon it could not were not for the race track money Is readily admitted by county officials
that far the
>ter and H. W. Wainearned so or discontinued. were ordered onto the flight deck be distinguished from the other
for reasonable were who point out that there haa been a net loss of $247,769 In
charges pro- stated that tobacco for The, clouds II The
Dyer prices quarters. captain= gave o atlng lazily by.
total assessed valuations In the county from 1949 to 1944. This decline -
from young Ron- mising. : had climbed steadily since the us our final Instructions from the spectacular part of the atomic
Ithe tots, while playinge The price level was continuing ACA (successor to the AAA) began.l bridge. The various t t ships would bomb test is over, but now begins in valuations, coupled with an Increased budget would have

of the pool had fallen the status quo In all other'downtown Its quota control policy in I be in radio contact, with the bombIng the long job of testing and check- spelled higher ,taxes If it had not been for the greater race track,

ft believed to be,15 feeter groceries. Darby's indicated L938. Before the war, the grower i plane af all times. At the ing the actual effects of the experiment revenue.

I no change while Tip 'Top and was receiving from 20c to 25c a I words "Bombs AwaY' we were to The decline In county values Is explained by the fact that many

,formerly of Roches- Lovett's agreed the -withdrawal of pound. Prices for the approach- turn from the direction of the Most of us were, I think. a little local businesses closed up with the Inactivation of Camp Blanding,

L.wu'statloritdTfor':17kt OPA ceiling bad apparent ng auctions are expected to aver- test, look down'at the deck, close disappointed in the show, and causing a decline in personal tax assessments on their stocks. Personal -

Camp I Blandtng; a.d 'I effect, unless it was resolved on age 40c i a pound. our eyes, and fold our arms overour yet we were relieved at the ease property valuation dropped from $1,090,1179'In'1945 to $9 3loo
the part of merchant: and wholesaler faces. Bikini was out of and success with which the operation '"
The County Agent believed in 19'.. Likewise "
|his home her ,Ilnce ( valuation on railroad .rolUncstock" and tele-
to keep prices'(wU.htfreason. some ;local growers 0',will snow, a sight over the horhv. so you can was carried out. ..We hadheard'"plent"bf'.rumoie ..
mthe._" :o : graph and telephone
nf'ntry equipment decllnkg<< M4ft\to
; froJtJ7Lirl
t.f"l'he stores w ereyafrkieg thus '
He Ia ,1In'employeei good profit season ". $821,983 In 194$. 1ton land valuations :declined
of 12c' a' 10' 'for bread, >a dared that the total yield for the flash. of them, was likely 'to Induce -exempt from $1.-

rib i Side station, )level which had been established county"had been reduced perhaps o The minutes seemed to drag by, pleasant dream.. 990,690 la 1943 to $1,936.000 in 194*. ).,
era J and burial services offered at be here fore the Following are the minutest of the Commissioners
by OPA. Butter was 50 percent by the excessive spring and everyone was a little nervous. I will probably County meeting

1 at the Crosby Lake 1 r from 66c to 68c a pound, which rains. May, he- said, proved the Finally we received word that the second drop later this month, and Monday at which. the temporary budget for 1946-47 was adopted:

|it 2 p. m. Saturday, the was below the anticipated In- wettest In the memory of Brad plane was on the target run. will be glad to let you have my July 8. 1946

b Haines officiating The crease. ford's oldest residents. Everyone unconsciously tensed. Impressions of that, also. The Board then took up' the matter of making an estimate of

lire Mr. and Mrs. Barn- Starke landlords similarly Indicated County flue-cured (cigarette) More nervous 'moments-and then Sincerely yours necessary expenses of the county for the fiscal year from October 1.
I titters, Lucille, BeverAinJThelma Marie Orlder.
expectation that rents will tobacco plantings for 1946 totalled the long-awaited words: 1946, to and Including September 30 1947, and having consideredthe
of Starke Pho. M 3-C
of increase Rufus M. Grlder,
I 1. T. of An- "stay put. No reports an 283.8 acres for 80 farmers, an Increase Awayl"We receipts: & estimated by the Clerk and having given full consideration -
Wiggins had been received by Sec- all went Into the prescribed USS Saldor fCVEU7)
of 34.3 acres over last sea- fit the needs. and necessities of the and the
and two brothers, Ed- FPO SF, Calif.Negress .
p Lucian Conner, of the I position. don't. think there was co
I Rochester, N. Y., and retary The sit son, but well under the allotted for the fiscal year, have determined, and do hereby declare the fol-

i Starke. De Witt C, Chamber of Commerce. quota of 4T1.3. The crop Is distributed \ lowing to be the estimated expenses and all special and extraordinary
uation In Miami, where rents
throughout the county,
i la charge of arrangeerVeterans ed not evident here. Local ReleasedOn expenses contemplated for the year from advalorem taxation and
wall with about half In the Brooker- Beauty
Conner, who directs the city's Graham section. estimated receipts from other sources which will be available.

free listing service, said that some Growers of the flue-cured belt 1916-1917 TEMPORARY BUDGET

local property holders had how- will assemble! July 24th at Lake Third on FourthAnother $1000 Bond GENERAL FUND

ever, asked too much before the City and Live Oak for auctions Salaries County Commissioners ....._.......,._.._.... $ 3000.00

OPA went defunct and were still for from four to six Salary Clerk Circuit Court ___.___..__.__..___._._..... 1,600.00
Butler 27 Reno
Corrine Parker ,
doing so. "The demand for accommodations weeks. cup was added, to the Supervisor of Registration ._......_..._......_._.._._ 360.00

|eet Tuesday is aa heavy as Today's referendum will be held laurels of Miss Martell Edmond- Negress, was released on $1000 Sheriff Attendance on County Commissioners __..-,..-.' 62.00

ever," be said, "but"some vacancies at the Courthouse from 9 a. m. son at the "Miss Dixie" contestat bond Wednesday July 3rd, afterbeing Attorney for County Commissioners .-..--......'- ..___. 23.00
i of World War II In- exist because 0 owners want Beach on July 4th. arrested the preceding Sat Commission
t05p.m. Daytona Fees County Assessor of Taxes -._-..__-. 3,000.00
I to obtaining on-the-Job 'more than applicants will pay. A Miss Edmondson who was recently urday In the slaying of her husband Commission and Fens County Tax Collector __......_.. 3,000.00

Me learning farming few monthly charges-for a still two-room range See C of C For Pix crowned "Queen of the James Butler, 30, a pulp- Maintenance Repairs County Court House ._...-..- 15,000.00
to as $50
F attend a specialext aa high for a furnished June Moon Festival" at Jacksonville wood employee. A warrant was Janitor _..._.... ,__.,..__-.._..-...__...................... 1,200.00

to Tuesday morning at apartment., If such$100 owners would low- Of June Moon QueenOrders Beach, placed third and was Untied, charging the Butler wom Lights, Fuel and Water _._______.________..._....,.-. 1,000.00Insurance

cultural the Bradford High home.their rents the property wouldbe for pictures of Miss Mar- Maid of Honor for the winner, an with first degree murder. ___..._.__..,___.......?,_.._.______.-.:i___ 800.00
J whose on-the-job building.farm quickly occupied." tell Edmondaon, snapped duringthe MUM\ Barbara Lynn, of High Point, Witnesses appearing before Incidentals ._._......__.....-............_...:........ 3,000.00Expenses
N. C.Starke's. Williams AssistantState's
M are approved will re- On the whole, however, Conner "June Moon Festival" at Jack- Joe Hill I of Election .._______.___._____...__...... 1,200.00 ;.
representative, Attorney, described an
J per month if single-or believed that local rentals were sonville Beach, are being acceptedby of I sponsored by lovely the Chamber of altercation on Highway 48 near Legal Advertising and Expenses ...................... 200.00

month it married for a maintaining a reasonable level. Lucian Conner, Secretary The I Commerce, was one of six prize- Sapp's Store at 8 o'clock Satur Administrative Supplies and Expenses ._...___._....._ 2,500.00

|two yeara while learningouts An CPA renewal bill which the Chamber of Commerce.of the winners among 31 entries from day night, ending In the woman's Indexing ..___.._...__.____.___________________..____. 300.00
modify shots
of a farmer's would re-establlah but pictures include coronation various Southern states and cities allegedly stabbing her husband Court House Furniture and Fixtures ...._......._._.., 1,20000
week be- and the
price controls, was this beauty contest Edmond- in Florida. Second place award I with a butcher knife. The argu- Fees and Coats Clerk Circuit Court ....---.-..-..-..--- 800.00

taf will\ be directed bylIOn Ing debated by Congress. ceremony,crowned at which"Queen Miss of the went to Miss Aileen Sonja Adler, ment was said to have arisen out Maintenance County Jail _._..._.____.._.._.__._.._.. 600.00

.Vocational-Agri- son was of St. Petersburg. of Butler's request for* a divorce. Inquests (Cor.) _.?..._.-..........................._. 300.00

tctor of, BHS.., and Green .Cove'Sailor June Moon. that requests for The local candidate WM accorded The case will be brought to Insanity Inquiries ..______.______.____ -..-----. 200.00
Crosby Bradford Conner said trial at- the fall term of Circuit
[TOMS' Service Officer. Accuses MaygeriIn would be received long spontaneous app saae'by General Welfare ...____.__.:...__.________.___._____.... 3,400.00
the pictures celebrants witnessing Court, In November.
[ applications are avall- Knife AttackA through next week. the thousands contest.of The event- Operation of a County Health Unit .____..___....w.. 3,000.00

'time Mr. Crosby an- the Publicity and Public Improvements ....._.....-..- ;.. 9,000.00
was the climax of ,the city's program New Store to Feature
warrant charging assault I Model Plane Meet In an observance of In-

with attempt to murder was' Day.Swimming. Drapery,Materials TOTAL _____......__...._..._......._....___ $ 36,637.00
FieldThe dependence
Church I sworn out last Friday agalnt An-' At Herlong FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND
Announcement of a new business '
dreu Maygeri. of Starke by asailor 10th Annual Dixie States Classes for Call Street was made this Salary and Feea Prosecuting Attorney __..__..___... $ l.OOO.OOTraffic

: wrvtces will be held I of the Green Cove Springs Airplane Meet will be heldat Mrs. Johns who Patrol _._......_____.___.____......._______. 2,100.00
I* the Model week by Ruby
I'M' Rev. First Christian Naval Baae. The that May Herlong Field in JackeenvUle, Now Under Way states that she will open the Central Fees and Cost County Judge .......................... 1.800.00

!ruined W. 0. Saiedley I John Loguirato, asserted and back Saturday and Sunday. July 27, 28, of Dry Good Store about August Fee. and Sheriff _.____ 1.__.__....____..----------... 4.500.00
I the arm Plans for organization an
s r*1 l. Clyde yesterday Colson. supP -I geri cut knife him on at I>ryden's (Place according to an announcementyesterday k cal Intermediate class In first aid and 1 In the building formerly occupied Bailiffs .________.._______....______..___._.__._____ 600.00

t, begins at 10 A. M.,I. with a Tuesday morning 'July'The by Biggs Baker model deal> water safety were made this week by the Wonder Gift Shop, Sheriffs Commission on Fines Collected,-----______._ 6OO.OO

|uf Preaching service be-. early accused WM. released on 1300 bicycle and airplane by Miss Freddie Wimberly, Instructor -I I between Leila and Associatedwith the Three Other Law Enforcement Agencies .._._.__......?. 1,500.00Feeding

|'clock. The night sera bond. ers. for the Red Cross Friends Barber Shop. and Care of Prisoners ...___.._..-?_--__- I.BOO.00
In competingto Johns in the business
II at o'clock and both that when Log- Anyone Interested classes. Schedules Guard at County Jail .. 720.00
It wu alleged ming .wlm-I -- ---- -- ,---------------
obtain complete Gaines.
L. M.
1I1J1 will be her son,
r. feature sermons by ulrato drove up outside of Dryden's. these information event may from Biggs & rollment details\ are to I 1h new store will specialize in Witness Fees _.._.__..-__?._..-.___-...___-___. 500.00Jurors

I( south of the City Limits on nounced later. ,, material, re uly-mad Pay Rolls ..........___......................_. 300.00
r for beginners -' drapery
moved into his new Highway 13, Maygeri walked up Baker. Miss Wlmberly's Class harJware.
and drapery
Lake while he by the Episcopal
be Butler thl and attacked the aaoor SchoolsTo sponsored 11 Slip coven will be made to order, TOTAL ____._.__.._________________._______ $ 15.12000
atated that services in the car.' No motive Some Negro Church School, Is being held
took offeredby
el4 "In was and Included In the AGRICULTURAL FUND
the were at Lake Klngsley.
Starke church stitches twice weekly
a and fourth was given. Many treatment of Open August 5 Members leave from the Church, this new store will \tn dress County Agent's Salary .........._...... -_.......__.-. $ 2100.00
Sundays during
:JIOnth, and that ha *ffl the later injured required man, it was atated. Arthur R. McRae Bradford Service Center at 3 p. m. each' materials aitirns and wall window paper shades, notions! Incidentals __.._______._____.......__._____.-.- 100.00

In the Lake Butler Loguirato took out the warrant superintendent of Public Tuesday and Friday, and are I

Church on the alternate advice of the Provost Marshal County has announced some taught fundamentals of swimming TOTAL ....._..__........_.-...._...._......._.___.. $ 2,200.00
or upon Closed
the month at Green Cove Springs. minor changes In openrtg dates first air and safety precau Temporarily ROAD AND BRIDGE MAINTENANCE FUND

Mayged was allegedly Intoxicated. of the county's colored schools. tions.On two-hour Management of the Park Cafe, Road Tax Due and Payable to Incorporated

k. Open Those reported ,to included have "The Hampton. Brooker. drook- completing Instruction eight the pupils South Walnut I t reel, has announced Municipalities within the County ...?_.____.____. $ 4,500.00Salaries !

witnessed the affair W.I and Sampson colored schools periods of that the restaurant will for Road Maintenance Crew __.__??__._. 13000.00
:atrauon *. lyn will receive advanced training
today books wm toeClerk Proprietor Zeke Dryden, John W. will open for the new term on aU them a a Junior life be closed for three weeks this Repairs A Upkeep of Road Maintenance Equipment .__. 2000.00
StrIckland qualifying
m (FrIday, I Patray, RIley "Blackle" Starling. August :5." he said "While avers.. The classes are held at month. Gasoline and Fuel 011 for Road Machinery ?._-__? 2000.00
announced yesterday. Grant and colored schoolin will be re-opened
other arm The business
Harris Blackshear's Kingsley
of three sailors Harold their new Mrs. James (Continued on page 8)to
eid councUmenSeptember Two otter with county began i August 1st it wa stated.
Tuesday "FTenchi." Modin. were residence.
and Monday. July 8.
Loguirato in the automobUe.




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--- . . 05SLAWTEY NOTICK Of APPLICATION which la' the 6th
At The TabernacleThe von TAx: i>ini> 1941. da, ? do
(II.... Illll No. 1H03): ,
Sponsors of the Tabernacle NOTICE IS HKRK3V GIVEN that 1946. 20h day ur ,
TO CLASSIFY. Mm. Kate Morgan the holder of (O FICIAL SEAL
Established 1877 Work have returned from a three- the following certificates has filed ) A J.
1 By Mrs. Mamie Crews aid certificates for a tax deed to County"Florida, lourV7HE"'
.. I* Matthew ___________ Editor and Owner By RimMell KayI . .. . weeks rest In the North Carolina be Issued thereon. The certificate 8.21 i Bra,
I number and years of Issuance, the ttCarpenter's
had read stories about Alco- I mountains. The services were description of the property and
...liAip.Weekly en Fridays and Entered M Second Class Matterat holics Anonymous in Reader's Dl METHODIST SERVICES: carried on In their absence by the the names In which It waa assessed
Holy Communion will be ob- are as follows
tile Post Office at atarke. Florida gent, Newsweek and other pubUca- faithful of
and ones
served during: the morning: wor- co-workers Certificate No. 23 Year of Issuance ,
, tlons but never really contacted June 1, A. D. 1944.\ SPEEDY
ship service Sunday at the Meth- the congregation. Saturday evening [ SIi'
the organization or any of its Description of Property: All NEV1 'I
.It S'e e'ms': Th at. members until just recently. I odist Church The topic of the I the Young People had an In- of NWV4 W of Rd. Ex W 9 1-3 A, RELIEfOR4C1NDGEST
morning message will be "Com- novation In the form of a Bible Section 28. Township 7 South
figured that it was some kind of Ranee 21 East containing 7 Acres,
Starke, Which has long been a trade center for a a cross between an Anti-Saloon munion Meditation." The young Spelling Bee. Pvt. W. B. McKinney Name In which assessed: Clyd / p1i
prosperous farming community of some fifteen to League and the WCTU and let It people's choir will sing and congregational was the leader of the meetingand Morgan Young.All .
singing will Also be also gave some special violin of said property being In the
twenty miles in radius is now in a position to become go at that. I County of.Bradford (State ef Flor
will treat.
enjoyed. The people which were a
young selections
somewhat of a "medical center" also with the openingthis But the other day a guy walked' ida.Unless 1
meet at 7:19 o'clock Sunday Pvt. McKinney Is home on ten- such certificate or certificate t i
week of the beautifully appointed professional into my office whom I hadn't seen i night for their regular meeting. day furlough before going over- shall be redeemed accordingto 1I
banding on South Thompson Street. tor 10( years or more. I remem- I seas. law the property described In
inconveniences bered him as a bum, a liar and a Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baxler of such certificate or certificates, will
Now that the war period, with its necessary I observed Sun-
Communion was be cold to the highest bidder at I
crook. He had given me and sev- Miami were visiting relatives here
is passed Starke is certainly in an en- eral other fellows bad checks, had last week. day morning and at night there the courthouse door on the first

viable position with regard' to services rendered by the been kicked out of one job after Otis Forsyth .Is enjoying a furlough was a baptismal service three Monday In month of August, 1946. Drugs g;

medical and dental profession-services which are rendered another for drunkenness and had here with his parents, Mr. persons being baptised at the .

with the aid of'equipment and office accommodations Wen written off in the minds of I: and Mrs. O. Forsyth. He is serv- close of the message

that would be a credit to towns many times the all who knew him as a total loss. ing with the Army in Kentucky. This Friday evening the mes-
size of Starke.' I didn't recognize him at first. Friends of Willie C. Griffis are sage will be on "The Destruction When Your Tires Are Slick Time to focfl
well glad to see him back home again of NInevah" and Saturday night ;
The other day the newspapers carried an item He was well dressed, groomed -
still to be as sober as an owl and as following overseas service for a Miss Phlllla Martin, recently returned t RECAPPING
Doncerning Gilchrist County which seems
steady as a clock. When he told long period. He la the son of Mr. from Bible School In St. 4 AND YULCANIZI\G
without the services of even one resident physician. ne his name I couldn't believe it. and Mrs. W. E. Griffis. Paul Minn., will be the leader of I ALL SIZE TIRES

How fortunate is Starke, which, in addition to the four Then he related his story. It was Miss Iris Smith, an employee ofa the Young People's Meeting. i I i AND TUBES

medical doctors who carried on during the war years, one of the most amazing stories Jacksonville box factory, spent These meetings are good for I j -
now boasts two mdre popular practitioners--one who I I ever listened to. Since I had the weekend here with her mother, Young People and old. The Young I 1 24-HOUR SERVICE

boa recently returned from the service, and another' last seen him he had gone from Mrs. Nettle Smith. Peoples' Work la Inspiring. BEST MATERIALS

who comes to us from a nearby state institution. bad to worse, spending half his Among the localltes spending

With its present staff of three dentists and six time in jails or hospitals and the TUPH.lay In Jacksonville on busl- CHURCH SUNDAY GRADE "A" RUBBER
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. There will be church servicesat
other half in gutters. Doctor*, necis were
doctors Starke should attract patients from a radius Workmanship Guarantee
preachers and psychoanalysts had Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Rafuse the Corinth Baptist Church at,
*f twenty to thirty miles. Only one thing is lacking given him up as hopeless. Then it and children Loca and Julian. Rising Sunday morning and night. PHONE 79

complete the picture-a hospital. If ever that dream happened. A fellow who had Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crews and Everyone la invited to attend.

is realized Starke will certainly be sitting on top of shared the same cell with him a children and Winfred Rigdon,

the world-medically speaking, at any rate. few months before, a victim of Maggie and Viola Manning enjoyed CARD OF THANKS STARKE TIRE SERVICEAdjoining

alcohol, who had found aid thru and all day family picnic and
We wish to thank the people of
The need for federal aid to states "to give rural Alcoholics Anonymous took him In swim at Crosby lake Thursday. Starke for their help in our time Temple Garaget
I hand and sold him on giving the Mr. and Mrs L. P. Rafuse and Temple Ave
communities more hospitals" was expressed recently of need following the recent death
organization a try.> It worked children and Mrs L. W. Page
3 jr Dr. George M. MacKenzie, physician-in-chief of the I where everything else had failed. Joined the picnic during the after- by drowning of our two children,
rural hospital at Copperstown. N. Y. Gwendolyn and Robert.
Now he was back-tracking on his
Discussing Medical Care Program for Rural old trail trying to square accounts noon.Billie Burney, following an Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Barnhart.

Areas" Dr. MacKenzie said: "Obviously the individual with those he had wronged and eleven month tour of duty In was the guest of her son and

physician with' his office in his village home cannot at the same time looking for an China arrived home this week daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. ON WAY'S''

posfteaa the equipment or have the time and skills, opportunity to give a helping with his honorable discharge from J. Davis, last week.
which modern standards of diagnosis, treatment, and hand to some other unfortunatewho the Navy. He Is the son of Mr. Rev. and Mrs. T. C. Williamsof C

prevention require. These new techniques and procedures was struggling as he had and Mrs. E. E. Burney of Jacksonville Jacksonville were Sunday
have therefore become more and more centralized struggled In the iron grip of (formerly of Lawtey) and guests of Mr. and Mrs. Callie Service Station
John Barleycorn. the of Mrs. H. R. Sapp.
grandson Griff la.
in.ba pitab. With public realization of these changes
We went to lunch together. The Paul Dinkins is home from the PHONE 147 RING 2 FOR SERVICE
in the content and methods of medicine, it seems certain tour of
waiter presented a wine list with Navy and an overseas
that in the near future the states, aided by large the menu. "Something to drink duty. He is the son of Mr. and

financial grants from the federal government, will em- before your meal?" he asked. I Mrs. P. L. Dinkins. 4! Oil Changing

bark on a greatly expanded program of hospital con- felt sort of embarrassed under the Those from here enjoying swim Greasing

struction. circumstances, but not my friend. ming at Keystone Heights recently -
ft seems certain that such federal aid for rural "Would you like a cocktail or were R. W. Mosley, Buster l k Waxing

fccnpiUla will be forthcoming eventually, and Bradford something he Inquired "If you Bennett, L. O. Crews, George Shu- Washing

County should go ahead with its hospital plans so that do, don't mind me, go ahead and ford, Paul Dinkins, Billie Burney, I,

most of the red tape will already be untangled when the order, as I remember, you used to and Elma Crews. u Polishing
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kelly and
go for scotch and soda
time comes to act under the new program. Tire Repairs
David and Windell and
So I did just that, I ordered a
drink and he Instructed the waterto Bobby Whitehead spent Thursdayat
With the approach of mid-summer we find that make his Coca-Cola. He Jacksonville Beach. ELECTRIC ARC WELDIN
flies mosquitoes, rats, roaches, and other carriers of ped my glass with his, said "Down Mr. and Mrs: C. R. Whiteheadleft

geese! are breeding profusely. It is more important the hatch", and as far as fellowship Sunday for, a vacation at Hot

Own ever: to!:>>. wage the eternal fight against filth since and good will were concerned Springs Ark. MI AMOCO. GAS ONE HOUR

r'' .it is beffev!d thfct flie* have a definite connection with it was no different than if both Those from here attending a ) o OIL & GREASE ", x
the spread of infantile paralysis. glasses had contained an alcoholic dance Friday night at Keystone ,
The health content. Heights were L. Q. Crews R. W.
county department has been asked by I
Mosley, Sidney and George Shu- ..
several civic organizations and city officials to assist "You know" he said, "I used to ford and Charles, Paul J. R. and Quaker State
ia keeping Starke try to fight liquor all by A
clean. It has announce that the myself.I Bllley Burney. They also enjoyed Oil
laws tried to swear off a hundred necessary as
of sanitation will be enforced to the best of its swimming. there.
ability, and no exceptions will be made where coopera- times but I couldn't. I rememberone Junior Page, Hubert Wllkerson Sealed Containers ,
tion is not prompt. time I poured three full bot- Leo and Leon Green and Elma your baggage e. .. i
tles of the finest bonded burbon
The cooperation of the public is earnestly solicited Crews enjdyed a swim at Hamp- RIDE
you ever saw down the sink anda
in carrying out the following six simple rules: few hours later I bought a pintof ton Beach Sunday afternoon. Accident Ins rauce FLORIDA AUTO LITE

1. Put all garbage in covered metal cans conven rot gut to replace it. I cursed Miss Bettv Thomas of Jackson- BATTERIESAtta

lent for truck to pick up, but not on the street. liquor and everybody who drank I week.ville la visiting relatives here this Charley E. Johns GREYHOUND

2. Butn all paper. the stuff and, then got stlnkln1 LINES, Inc.
Mrs. Nettle Davis of Fort Myersner Agency
3. Place rubbish (other than garbage a convenient drunk all over again. BUSSESFor
"Then, thanks to of the ?" he Phone ,1$ STABKE, FLA.Kiarssintlna .
place where it can be picked up by a one Inquired as the waiter Safety ,
city truck. swellest guys ,who ever lived, I was carrying off our dessert
4. Keep premises clean. Cut weeds and found myself through A.A. For dishes. "No, thanks," I replied Comfort & Economy
all remove the first time I encountered sym- "I'll settle for a glass of water, Phone 147
decayed animal or vegetable matter immediately Of Ii
pathy, understanding and genuine, you know it's the only thing that THE TRAVELERS Hartford Take Care
sincere fellowship from fellows will really quench your thirst",
5. Do not permit puddles of water or empty tin who didn't drink, not because .

cans to remain on your place as these will be they didn't want to or were opposed -

breeding grounds for flies and mosquitoes. to liquor, but because, in

6. Arrange material not being used in neat orderly their particular case, they had boy. Have Coca-Cola
stacks.SHRIMP come to realize that they were a
alergic to alcohol and had found
that one drink was enough to
throw them out of control. } r ". j
"They found that by sticking 'T + d Jitd

together, helping one another and
d 4''A
acknowledging their need for l

guidance and help from a power

above and beyond themselves, they P 6 IIII d.L
could get away from liquor and I ,
OYSTERS MULLET get back on their feet.

SEA TROUT "We are not reformers", he ex- .
PERCH BREAM plained. "We take off our hats to '

RED BASS SHEEPSHEADALSO the fellow who is fortunate

enough to be able to drink moderately .:

Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry wish that and we respectable could but we and knowwe we ,

can't so we have joined together .L,

MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET to do something about It."
Reaching in his pocket he pulled r

CALL STREET PHONE 37 STARKE. FLA. out a poker chip. "I carried this
for two years now,"- he said. "It

represents an unsigned pledge '
that I made with myself. I keep I
It In my change pocket and when I' a nd( 1.
L. Free Flight Instruction I'm tempted to break down and '
...., have "Just one drink" I take it ( 1' 1 t '
; (SOLO) out and look at it and think what ,

It means. Then It I want that I
With Each Purchase of a drink more: than I do this poker ll ant

chip I'm at liberty to take the .' I 6 -
drink but when I do I'm obligated

New Piper Cub to break the chip and throw it

away. That chip is to remind me ., t '
that I'm always Just "one drink" b

r":; (Down Payment $665)) away from being drunk. It tells
that there
are 30.000
-. in A.A. Just like guys the 5
me and that
S.eTret' The. when I break that chip and throw pause goes mighty good 1
LeaderWorld's It away In favor of "just one little

Safest drink", well it better be a hell of When the job's been
Trainer running heavy it's a swell idea
a fine drink for It has to offset to refresh with ,

two years of sobriety, health hap ice-cold Coca-Cola. That's when the words Have 77
a Coke
piness and a sense of comfort and are sweet

See The New Cub Now On Display security I that I never knew before music. The work comes easier folks feel friendlier. In offices
acquired It. SO I DON'T ,

BREAK THE CHIP. Oh I've factories, and workshops everywhere the familiar red
CONWAY AIRPARKCONWAY been tempted plenty of times, but cooler is a sign

each morning I say a little prayer of a friendly. place to work.
LIBBY and ask Cod to help me get thru .
that day with -Coca-Cola*and It* akbre"C.k.
an unbroken UNOII
chip Or INS
AUTHORIZED CUB DEALERS and Brother It works. COCA-COIA COMPANY IT ."ar.t nf und

"" "Do you want a Brandy and STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. .eiia. +
elu,<1oUne to settle your. din-

Hf4 lheOCCs.s



. . . . 1*, 1M, I William n. Mor.... selsea, e4aa..,
LOOKING FORWARDBy Old Frame House, Local Landmark (OFFICIAL' SEAL) A. J. Thomas Clark Hldr.. J.ckf minai Pea
1 A* Clerk of said Court ''Ally tor Plf. +-n al ..ti
;'ampton W. W. Parker Yields To Modern Tourist CampBy Pine LevelBy

Mrs 1'1. u Sweeneyi. ; Well, In spite of the rainfall Bill Duncan (ceded on this site by an older Mi*. II. M. McRae U m-rn m Delicious!

B1 . a farmhouse, with three barns and . . e
i. Sunday it was one of the highest The wrecking of the old Ervin sheds, and a large pasture. A i a 5fS Pies CalcesW
and Johns Service held at line Level
j. W. Home residence, of South Starke, were
Mrs days spiritually we have witnessed concrete-and-mortar
and and J. W. Jr., was completed. recently: by State family vault church Sunday morning and night Ct Cookies
S Martha In Starke at. the Mt. southeast of the homeslte. was ,
ref automobile Tuesday on a Bap- Senator Charley E. Johns, who Is In by the pastor Rev. W. E. Hull. N --
b'J Reeves- tist Church, of which Rev. C. A. completed January 1873, one at
trip to having the property cleared for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Groover
vacation week before its
week Charleston and Folly Boach. Crum Is pastor. The first diVI- !I I the con struction. of a tourist Johns, died of builder a heart Archibald attack. I and nephew Bill Harnage. all of B We specialize 7n r "ur

alon of the Jerusalem Baptist I|I camp. Mrs. Rennolds, Miami were guests of Mr. and nil kinds
and Billy Home left last Association met there and the Senator. Johns, local insuranceman of the severe winter of that :Mrs. B. !t. McRae and family *->
tty Reev.svUle, S. C.. where Holy Ghost was present throughout said that modern cabin several days last week.
year, said that at the time of his
for guests of their grand- the session. Rev. Davis would be erected for accommodation death icicles hung from the trees. Mrs. W. E. Hall Mrs Robert JACK MUSGRAVE BAKERY

are Mrs. J. H. MoAlhennyhrinc preached out of hla soul Sunday of travelers on Highway 13. In later years her father and sister Myrick and Mr. R. l1:. Taylor

er, the absence of J. W. afternoon and all who heard him |I The levelling of the antiquated Laura, were also entombed in made a business trip to PaUttaa: 706 TEMPLE AVE.EARL'S ,

Wynn Is depot agent.R.S witnessed that be was at his best. nine-room residence remove one the valut. remaining there until Monday.

Mrs. The attendance was good and col- of the city's moat familiar land Mr. Bernard Ellis and
Heelyfiebriefly removal last year to Crosby Lake and Mrs I
lections totaled marks. Built In the old
nvlUe were $192. The Union 1890 Cemetery. children of Frostproof, Mr. and .
Monday. cloned,full of fire. place was for the home of
Maxw-11 years
J. M In accordance with Mrs. :M. J, McRae and grand- :
R family custom
Estes Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Johns their
and Urs. daughter, Jacklyn Parker, of
the Iron
"r recent guests of Allen Chapel AME Church invitee five sons and two daughters Mrs.L. was
were Starke, were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
'aldo wide each
Marvin Williams.and you to attend her revival A.: Rennolds, a daughter, and'. swung year on January
H. f last
M. McRae
'I. ,
Tuesday 0
and Mrs haduuIJ :Homer Johns 6. the date of Archibald Johns' Mlle South of Rtarke ()n Essay S3
Mrs Gordon Wee.t services beginning this week. The a son, are sole survivor I I week
death and the Interior of the
Mr*. Weest'stI series will continue for 14 of the family today.
week days '
last cleaned.I I Mr. Mr. B. M. McRae and Work
vault was dusted and I and All Kinds of
and Mrs. S. H. Jones, and everybody Is asked to help The property was originally cul
children were dinner guests of
tI Today property contains a
brothers, Don- for the of fal- tivated by Archibald John, pa-
twin carry on uplifting
W her large pecan grove; It retains the I Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Alvarea in ALL WORK USED WrvcknrDAY flsedarGUARANTEED
all of Miami: | len humanity. Rev. P. D. Mack, triarch of the family, during the
and John Jon.: Reconstruction At timeIt old vault., enshrouded by trees and Vanderbilt Sunday. AUTO PARTS OR lUI TWE
enroute to Clayton, pastor. era. one
Were vines, and yet provides the fertile I Robert Taylor was the honor
This was enveloped in a handsome .
the summer. I -- ..
to spend soil that sustains the lone at surprise birthday anniversary r r.
orange guest a
I Mrs. Weest a I Funeral services for Cpl. JamesD. 22-acre orange grove which was
,)lr. and Mr. and Mrs C.eH. Butler were held at Allen destroyed. In Florida's disastrous. tree.As. I party. Monday nUht BUY SELL and TRADE USED CABS

lning children Sonny and Chapel AME Church Sunday July freeze of 1894. Today, however, to wrecking of the home I given by Ms friends and relatives

and of Miami. 7. The occasion was one of the lone venerable tree of this original Mrs. Rennolds this week expressed at the residence of Mr. and Mrs,
nla Rae, planting still remains and I her regrets "It Is like losing my B. :M. McRae The guests were
Saxon Miss Jessie saddest in the history of the produces -I i I II
Alma r reliable of fruit each [own child," she said. served Ice cream and cake Mr.
Lht and Misses Barbara anda church. He was born In Lyons a crop I
were among those Ga., but spent most of his life In year. It may be seen from Highway But as they say, tempus must. Taylor Is 24 years of age.

a Home the Fourth at Jaikeon- Starke.. He served in the armed { 13, opposite. the Log Cabin fuglt. The new tourist camp will I Glen Conner, son of Mr. and /

ding forces for about three years and store. help meet demands of the modern Mrs. L. F. Conner wan removedto

Beach of The Ervin Johns home was highway trade. the Glendale Hospital In Pa-
Louis and Men Mann: was a member of Allen Chapel I pre-
vice, I latka due to serious! ill.
are guests. this.week of AME Church, a Sexton. and a -
to aunt Mr. and member of the Board of Ste\ ness. Friends wish him a speedy
uncle and John Denmark's Santa Fe Stock Farm I
Hardy. ards. He leaves to mourn a

.j Douglas Wallace Joplln and caugh- mother. Emma Parker his wife. Developing Into Large Scale EnterpriseIn Mr. and Mrs H. M. McRao had

judy, of Lake City, spent Corrine Butler, one daughter, as dinner guests Thursday of lust
of last week here with Johnnie Mae one son. James, Jr., The marketing of beef directly 10 to IS percent of the herds. I week Mr. and Mrs T. N. Norman,

mother jay Mrs. Ann R. Guy. and a stepson Roland Cortex. at the Santa Fe Stock Farm, I Clyde Heraey, appointed. manager\, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Sapp and

Emory Priest 0 f Green Coleman, also a host of relatives Thereaaa, will begin next month, when the farm began operation! children and Mr. and Mrs. Barney

Ira and Mrs. Jessie Mor- and friends. We pray that he it was announced yesterday. Owner reported. that. a large acreage 1st I Bggers, all of Gum Branch; Mr.

(of Springs Jacksonville were recent rest in peace and God 'grant him John H. Denmark stated. that being cultivated, in "292 sugar) and Mrs. Arthur McRae, Mr. and is retained

In of Mrs E. C. Morris. eternal life.-(Signed) the fam- construction. of slaughter pens and cane," a variety developed by the I! Mrs, Wesley ;McRae and children

In. J, J. Pickren of Galnes- ily. I housing for cold storage. equip- Agricultural Extension Service at I I Mr. and Mrs. B. 1.[. :McRae and modem
ment had been Gainesville It has been found
with her daughter. Mrs.jer completed, and children, Mr. and Mm. RobertMyrick
Goodman and Harriet The undefeated girls' team that the cooling system. will be ,especially adaptable to local con- i> Mr. and Mrs Owen Mc- '

Ilmanof( Starke. were' calling Companions of the Blue Caps Installed. upon early delivery. ;ditions. Kersey said from 80 to I Rae, and Mr and Mrs. Robert : e methods

jfrlonds!! here Friday of last gave Lawtey a lashing on their Denmark head of a north Flor- 100 tons of the cane will be pro Taylor, all of Starke. ; Mr. and i ,
backto ida chain of furniture. stores and duced and used this year In winter -
k own home ground. Coming \ Mrs. A. F. Hall and children of
of the Southern Wholesale Furniture feeding expeilments.Other
1 ss Ernestine Morn 'a spent the Reno Park the Companions defeated Jacksonville; and Billy Harnngeof
Company of Jacksonville said experiments Include the. Good clothes deserve the finest dqcleaning
kend in Starku with heron the Hamptonites by hitting Miami. An hour of singingvai:
Mrs on HIlly Dowling. balls with so much force that !, the innovation Is part of his program use of a sprayer mounted on a.\' enjoyed during the afternoon with ; care; less expensive dothm
for general expansion and dual-wheel trailer, which Is provI it. Clothing, left to our em-
sj Shirley Hall Is spending they were too hot for the Hamp- I T. N. Norman at the piano demand
nl weeks in Tallahassee with tonltes to handle. The Compan-I experiments. Begun three. years Ing highly successful in the con pert cure always gets the kind of try

:Jves.Ir ions have plenty of wholesome fun ,ago as a sIdeline to. his furniture. trol. of files and ticks. A new !I NKW: REMINGTON TORTAHLK cleaning that revitalizes fabrics -

and Mrs. G. C. Gentry of for your entertainment.. The club I enterprises, the farm Is asserted type of weed and palmetto cutter typewriter, '1.21 (Include accentuates color: !*-and mafcctt .....

npano were visiting her uncle Is open for players, and exper- to have grown steadily In size and In serving in the clearing of pas tax) Bradford County smell fresh! look fresh, wear trap
since then. Some 3,000
y, Saxon, and family Friday ience Is not necessary. Watch. the activity tures. I Telegraph. and stay fresh longer. Pre ene'"
will their physical acres of pasture have been fenced, stated that. there will
I last week. Mrs. Gentry companions take Hersey wearable Brisk
and additional/ herds In ix' nuri'iT rnriiT. MHADFOIII protect your
graze approximately -
be several hundred acres of
remembered as Miss Irlta exercise every afternoon. I IN I14AW I'
newlY-I (<>! MTV, FL.OIIIUAI In
them today.
Ion. 10,000 acres of open improved pasture by the CK.IIY.Waltrr t
I Evans, Plaintiff, v". Arrinenlu -
Vt. and Mrs. LeRoy Thomas The Blue Caps .are dropping range. the year, and that tracts will be Evans ,Defendant. (CUD. No.
I ion, Merritt, of Lake Cltv atomic bombs everywhere they go. I I The owner outlined various. planted In Lespedeza Johnson, 89IonnEn
In Bustle projects now under way or planned Bahia and other. preferredfor OP PUBLICATION l'HONt: 135
i recent guests of Mr. an.! They dropped a bomb grasses AND NOTU'H TO At'I'KAH
M. C. Hess. until the rain fell with. Arthur and stressed particularly hiscrossbreeding 1 I the Florida climate. A 20- STATH1 OK FLORIDA tot Arvmenta -

I (Fats) Weston hitting 4 out of 4 experiments. with I acre field of white Dutch clover Evan.!I., 2051 wh<>...North rtmldenr Marshall sodseddresn ROUT.GHEEN. ,DS

trips. to bat. Then Homer (Jabo) Aberdeen Black Angus cows and and carpet-grasa. will be reseededin Mtrrit.i. t'hllad.Iphl& .Pennsylvania.. ''lalle
Brahman bulls" 'J'o\ft' teglstered You to appear on ;
kill hitting October.
the -
for' _
YOtJR WATCH Adktns came In .Tilly 2], 1940, In the above named
the bases Brahman bulls were purchased wherein plain.Clef Ana
a home run with The Santa 'Fe Farm excusively Court and came Owner
to Ocala in January, he said Including peek dlvorre, Bradford CountyT.l.traph
,loaded. The Caps journeyed producing meat cattle, is believedthe shall publish this OrderIn
Deserves the BestTrustworthy Alachua Sunday July 7, drop- one which weighed 1000 Iba,, [ next| four we51.b'. Ineueii..
their at the age of ten months. The largest of Its kind in north- Witness my hand and official
ping a bomb defeated.and leaving The Caps will opponents Black. Angus train is now found Florida. seal at Htarke, Florida. this Jun.

be on their home and grounds Sunday for aft-a. e. S a . -River- Baptist Church Sunday -

game ernoon atomic will. go action.A to Gainesville. for New River 'j' of morning Santa by Fe,Rev.the regular Truby Parrish pastor.

more Folowlng the service, the pastor
REPAIR WHev College graduate, By The School I and his family were dinner 1 1fPi'

Roosevelt R. Smith. eon of John a e . . guests of Mr. Rosa Plnholiter! In

the late. Ethel Brooker.Mr. .
Service V. Smith and received his The New River school opened and Mrs J. W. Upchurchand
Smith of Hampton, its new term Monday with. an enrollment relatives
children were visiting -
Bachelor of Arts degree In the exceeding that of last.

arley F. Strong field of education from Wiley Col- year. New students. were welcomed In Jacksonville Sunday.

lege In Marshall, Texas. Upon by the student body and faculty

137 West Call St. receiving an undergraduate's. certificate The staff this semester con- New ManagersChanges \

nIP BLANDINO JEWELER from Bethune. Cookman sists of Mrs. Cleo Andrews, principal

SINCE 1941 College In Daytona. Beach he en- and Mr*. Blanche Drown, of In management for two

tered Wiley College. Along with Worthington. Springs, assistant.Mr. downtown groceries were made .

being an honor student, Smith. and Mrs. Cheater Moody this week. The A A P Store. Call c

was active In student activities.He were shopping in Jacksonville I I and Cherry streets announcedthat

was a the member Dramatic of the club YMCA, and Monday I I James White formerly of :

INSURECANNING and also chapter of Phi Beta Wilford Johns of Vent Hill. Va., J: Port St. Joe\ is replacing W. A. J
the graduate .
Sigma fraternity.. is here.spending a 30 day vacation II!i Pursley. White Is stated to. have

been In the grocery business for
Scotch tape, Leslie Sapp returned. to. his
Stapling machines four Pursley Is returning

SUCCESS other books paper, punched ring Item binder, all at types,the and Bradford account many home eral cousin weeks recently H. B.In Hunt.after Mulberry spending with sew his'': will to his years.operate home. In an St. 80-acre Augustine potato and. /ill) T IN M Y 4

County Telegraph.CARPENTER'S. Mr. and Mrs. Romle Johns of I .
of Mrs. farm.W.
Jacksonville were guests E. Benet former manager of
Truby Hodges and children on the a
Lovett's, West Call street. has
Fourth.Mr. been replaced by Ernest T. Phil-
y4 and Mrs. Romand Aldermanof
of Mr. lips, of Stark. Phillips, recently
Lake City were guests
discharged from the Army after
and Mrs. Smith Johns last week.
In the theatre
Mr and Mrs. R. J. Turner and two years European
before the war In
son, Wilbur, spent last weekend In
< Carl Johns ,
4 grocery.
Veean Ga., and other parts of I ,
win Lovett's.
I Benet manage a
the peach section. During the
Store at Brunswick, Ga.
trip they were guests briefly of I 1
SEr' Mr .and Mrs. Henry Turner In %
l Vsearu IN flHtl IT en t.WT. BKAItFOIII.COV1TV. .
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Cowen are rLofiDAIt' CHAM:

enjoying a visit with his parents,, Oeorse CKItr.K! Ja.onJ Plaintiff ".. Already one oi the cheapest items in your falaily
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cowen In Kleanare Jackaon. Defendant. Caw

Huntavllle, Ala. No. ORDER n... or PUBLICATION 'I budget, Sunshine Service now is cheaper,still a

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andrews and AND NOTICE TO APPEAR result of our new
of Starke were guests of STATE OF FISmiDA to Elea

AP2S children relatives here Jest week. more Jackson, New TorK.who.. residence IPulnaka $2,500,000 RATE REDUCT1M

PRESCRIPTIONPHARMACIST Front Moody Is vljlting You are required to appear on
CAPS, UOSRUSBEXS( Mrs. Evert Lane In St. July SI ,114 :l1 the above nam.d There'1 plenty of this cheap electricity, too. Mow
Mr. and Mrs.) Court and .a..., wh.r.ln plaintiff
a Petersburg.Mr. ....k. .lIyor.... Bradford County plants, new line are being built as a part of oar
A. John, Jr.,, 'r.t.grsph shall publish this Ord.rIn
and Mrs. C.
And follow inelntttloeia next four PROS1AM
Li Blue STARKE LaCrosse were vtilting his W linen* my hand and official $25,000,000' EXPANSION
64 -
Book T. et poor **? Phone John, seal at Htarko .Florida, this Jun. ..
"lee with roar a.m.5.1.ddt...to'MOTklrf ilinil Service grandmother Mrs. Bell 20 t..., J Thus Florida Power & Light Company is providing
Of-ire- and other relatives here Sunday. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThomaeA .

COMPANY. Mm< ..Bad., Mrs. Minnie Gibson. Mrs. Joe Zarh. Clerk H Pouclaa of old Court.Ualneivltle. Fla. ,.' an' essential to Florida's prosperity and progress-

\ Moody, and Miss Margie Moody Ally for Plf. '-21 .l 711TUNGIB5

SERVICE "AS YOU LIKE IT" Sunday.C.made a. trip to Camp Blanding -, "! :. PLENTY of CHEAPELECTRICITY

R. Andrews -
BRADFORD BARBER SHOP E.were Andrews In Gainesville and R. Mon- !

Court St .We Appreciate Your Business '

W. J. Prather R. L. ,Morgan day.Joe Kelly I* spending the summer B..t 17. S..s4.de.rly.b..rlas. .
with relatives in Pen>>acola. dsaesws .-& Hicfa oil I ceaunc. .

4 Mrs. R. R. Andrews spent last T. be* MlocfJoo, ...*r NOWI N

week. In Jacksonville with relative .",' fLellD.i' POm T1166T) CC1I1sC }


;i Can Use More Pulpwood children Mr. and were Mrs.shopping Eutls In Kelly Gainesville and DTI tit ] snu'..1

TIMBER> DBPT. Friday of last week. *.1 r. .-. ic *
a p. WRITE Service were held at New

Container Corp'n. of Amerfca. Fernandina F13- t ,

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G>Q I. -

Recently Wed I Miss Amanda Molt Jr. Woman

II SOCIETY and CLUBSBonnie JacksonMillerWade Becomes Bride Met Last Week ci

Miller of :Tennessee an- ., -?. Of Edgar WilkinsonMiss
nounces the marriage of his Junior
Lou Mott Story Hour Class daughter. Lucille, t o Blake E. t:: Amanda Mott, daughter of Starke held Ita regut'

Jackson, son of Mrs. Carl Jackson .r re Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Mott of the Wednesday, JUly 3' at t
ClarkIn Enjoys Woman's
Weds Elton Q c Brooker, and Edgar Wilkinson of Club BUUd
of Starke, on Wednesday
Church Carter Home Starke, were united in marriage in meeting Waa presIded
Brooker afternoon, July 3, at Folkston, double Miss Lucille
an Impressive ring cere- J\tltcbel

Miss Bonnie Lou Mott, daughterof Seventeen children of the First Georgia. The ring ceremony was ;iTLr mony at the home of the Rev. The Club Collect and P'I

Mrs. James Mott of Brooker, Baptist Church Story Hour Class performed by the Rev. R. W. Mr. Fuller, pastor of the First were given after whlcb

and Elton Clark Taylor, son of were entertained Wednesday after- Waterman, pastor of the Folks- Baptist Church Valdosta, Ga., Committee Chairmen II't

Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Taylor of noon of last week at the. homeof ton Baptist Church in the parson- on Saturday afternoon, 'July 6, at A letter Was read tha,

Worthington Springs, were marred Mrs. Maxie. Carter r ( 2:30: o'clock. Club for material Bent\\
t Sunday afternoon, July 1, at Indoor games were'enJoyed and age.The attractive bride wore a l ; ; Yx The bride wore ,a white two- of Greece.It .

5 o'clock In the Brooker Baptist group pictures of the class were rose colored dress with white accessories piece suit of sharkskin, fashioned was reported that

Church. The Rev. C. A. Crosby made Mrs. Carter was assisted and a corsage of white with a scalloped neckline, button on fans to be Ptrrch 111

performed the double ring cere during the afternoon by Mrs carnations. front sleeves and hemline. Her club, will be.received-

mony. Clyde Priest Miss Jeanette Priest Following week's. stay in Silver accessories 'were white, and she ne"w"me3m11111P8> was ace

Arrangements of white gladioliand and Miss France Morgan. < Ice Springs, the couple will be at ,d ea wore a corsage of"red'rose buds. dedeTobCha the club
and cake were
Shasta dslaiesin baskets were cream '
home in an apartment at the Miss Marie Edwards and Miss ng nigh!
used! In decorating the church, Children enjoying the afternoonwere residence of Errol Alvarez. on Louise Parrish of Brooker were ing to first Thursday
and burning white tapers against Myrna Griffis, :Mary New- month. A dance
Cherry Street. attendants of the bride, and Mr. to n,
I a background of greenery shed a some, John Mac Newsome, Frances for the purchase of
Prior to her marriage, Mrs. Wilkinson was attended by,Darby the
i soft glow over the scene. and John Ross, planned for
Landrum, Gary Thursday
Jackson was employed by the Peek and Burnett Surles of ,
! music and Pellum David and Tommy utt and Miss
A program of nuptial Fritz Park Cafe and made her home StarkE" Freddie Win
I the traditional wedding marches Haines, Jerome Edwards, Farmar t- Miss Bobble Cameron
with Mrs. Errol Alvarez.
Mrs. Wilkinson was graduatedfrom
! were played by Miss Katherine Shaw, Bud Lawson, Jimmie Wiggins poined as ChaIrmen
Mr. Jackson was, graduatedfrom i Bradford High School in the
, Adklna. Mrs. Baxter Forrester Walter and Carol The
BHS In 1933. He was hon class of 1943 and, until recentlyhad meeting Will
I sang "I Love You Truly" and 0 and Lu and Buzzle Green. after which the
from the been at Blan- Prom
orably discharged Navy employed Camp
Promise Me". man, Miss
last February after ,four, years' dlng. Frances Peek
I The bride, given In marriage by Mr. and Mrs. Sale ed'Miss Louise Stem,
service and Is now a civilian em- Mr. Wilkinson attended Brad- r
i her brother O. J. MotL. wore a the club who "
I Hosts At Supper ployee with the local postofflce. jir ford High School until he entered has MM
gown of white satin with yoke of awarded a Scholar-Mo
service in the Navy, and is now t
marquisette, adorned with seed I VisitorsMr. Louis Institute
Honoring employed in Green Cove Springs. of Mill
Men's Class
pearls. The skirt extended froma Baptist Stern brilliantly
After the wedding Mr. and Mrs. played
low waist'Une into a wide circular and Mrs. Guy Sale enter- Etude in E Malor
Has Outing At ParkGold Wilkinson left for a wedding tripto and B
train. A fingertip veil of tained with a dinner_party Friday A Flat. Also Lento
West Palm Beach and by
Illusion fell from her head and Lake cot upon
night at their Kingsley ern composer
Head Branch State Park, their return will make their homein Cyril Sc
she carried a bouquet of white tage in honor of their holiday Hostess Committee
near Keystone Heights, was the Starke. con
carnations centered with purple. guests, Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Naftelof scene Thursday night of a fish Mrs. Van Carden Ml<

throated orchid. Birmingham, Alabama. The fry staged by the Men's Sunday Whigham and Mias Cam

Mrs. Hugh Rahn sister of the dinner table was attractively arranged School Class of the First Baptist Sunday School PicnicAt served Coca-Colas, 13

bride, was matron of honor, and buffet style with a cen- Church. ai Keystone HeightsThe i crackers and olives
wore a gown of pale pink net ter piece of multi-colored zinnias.
Members and guests of the class
over satin, and carried a bouquet attending were: Dr.
Among those left by bus from the church at 6 members of the Presby- Family ReunionAt
of pink carnations. and. Mrs. H. H. Adams, Mr. and terian Sunday School and other

Thompson B. Rahn nerved as Mrs. T. K. McClane, Mr. and Mrs. p. m. church members enjoyed a delightful -; Gill ResidentOn
W. J. Prather and Turner
best man, and John M tt. brotherof I J. O. Godwin, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. : in of Roy Pictured above are Mr. and Mrs. Hal C. Sessions whose marriage picnic and spendthedayparty Kingsley LaA
were charge arrangements,
the bride, and Wilson Green Mundy, Mrs. Ruby Johns Miss, while Av J. Thomas and Blanch- was an event of Thursday June 27, in Waldo. Before her marriageMrs. at Keystone Heights last

were ushers. I Frances Peek, and Roy Ward. ard Law headed the invitation Sessions was Miss Marian Johns, daughter of Mrs. Stella Collinsof Thursday. Mrs. Jeannette C. family reunion wu
Mrs. Mott, the bride's mother, Young was in charge of day at the home
committee.' 'Ralph Alvarez is the Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Sessions will reside ,in Minneapolis, Minn. arrangements of
chose a navy blue dress with which of the and about 25 at- Gill, at
bridegroom, had charge I Ibride's class president. -Photo by Hollywood Camera! & Gift Shop people Kingsley Lake, i
she wore white accessories and a book. tended this delightful outing, five grandchildren, two
corsage of pink carnations Later In the evening Mr. and which was climaxed with a water- their wives, four daughte

Mrs. Taylor, mother, of the Mrs. Taylor left for a wedding were In Starke briefly Wednesday, melon cutting.StruthStruth. in-law, two sisters! and a
bridegroom, wore a black crepe heading lack to Daytona when I In-law a brother
to an unknown destination. and
dress with white accessories. Her i4dc' saw 'em, but planning to stop off
and eleven nieces and
Upon their return they re m;
corsage was of white carnations.A side In Worthington Springs. I & ; at Santa Fe for a snack with Joyed boating, swIm

reception was held In the Junius and Virginia Smith dinner and
Out-of-town guests included Mr. Mrs. Lou Tatum Struth and games supp
Community Center Immediately This, torrid weather Is ,certainly of the
of Jack- Merrill Struth, both of Starke, day was devo
and Mrs. R. D. Taylor
following the ceremony. The driving 'em to, the beaches In
Mra, I. N. Nettles, Mrs. were united in marriage Saturday birthday celebration of E
three-tiered wedding cake, surmounted sonville, droves! A congenial slxsome
miniature bride and Glen Nettles, Mrs. C. H. Summers Once more Starke played the stroller Ingeniously outfitted witha evening, July 6, at 7 o'clock. ,The Sr., a brother-in-law.
by a cut and served and Eva Clark of Lake City, Mr. role of Deserted Village on the I wire basket for groceries clamped at Jacksonville Beach Sunday In- ceremony was performed by the I Those assembling fo

bridegroom, was and Mrs" Albert dark and Mrs.A. Fourth of July, as Patrolman Ebb around the handle "Oscar" cluded Bobby Biggs, Maxie Carter Rev. W. J. Churchwell In" the union from various pan
Mrs. ,Winifred Hazen and Mrs
by Jr., Bobble Turner, Ann Wilt,
Mason Mr. and Thornton expressed it, "you could Carden rapidly becoming the most Methodist parsonage.age I south Included Mr. an
L. A. Mott. Presiding at the B. Clark of ,
Clark of Gaines have rolled a lard can from one popular man in town after bring- Joyce Haskins' and Betty Jean : T. King; Sr., Mr. and >
bowls Mr. T. B. Mrs. Granville
punch were Street to the other ing back a car trunk full of Hiatt (the latter now a Jaxon) ,
end of Call water-I King Jr., David and G
( 10) swam, across
and Mrs. H. B. Huntof Kingsleyone I
Rahn, Mrs O. J. Mott, Miss Juan- ville. Mr
Hear Lena
: Belle and Don
and never hit a thing" Bulk ground meal from his III, Mr. and Mrs, C
Miss Juanita McKen- day last week Takes my
ita McKenzie, Mrs. J. W. Thomas, Mulberry, .
the migration, of Gawgla .' .1.' Catharine Nollman I Morriss have moved from De- cott. Sr. and C G. Pre
of holiday ,
and Mrs. J. P. Robert Miss sle of Fort: Pierce, and Mrs. .McCormick wind, just to think about It! .
Imogene Clark, cousin 'of the of Gainesville. course, went to Daytona Beach to here for .a brief stop before going I catur, Ga., Montgomery, Ala. And while I'm passing out medals,, of Jacksonville, and 51,

see Martell Edmondson vie for the on to spend>the summer with her I They've bought a home there, musn't forget his proud pop, Tom, bJry. of Jacksonville:

title of "Miss Dixie" among a parents In Ashvllle .'>. Add local but can't.move in right away, .so who deserves ,some.credit,, -for Mrs. Bruce Thomas, Jb
bevy of beauties from Florida and honors: Jacqueline Hasklns and. for the present :their address is:' rowing across Kingsley With' 'a di; Unda'and Bruce, Jlantlo
1 !
We wish to announce other states .'. JAUseem to be Maxl.r Carter. Jr., won the'jitterbug 214r 'Magnolia ,Montgomery T>oaT loadTof* seven"chndrenf!*. .-': Beach-; Mrs.'I.

well satisfied and quite; pleased contest, at the Keystone C, .Ala. '. Seems her didn't realize,,Just*.how Linda"and.' JohnnyofS.

that we are: now.,distributors that the placed third, although' Heights.pavilion.. Friday night,and I far i 10.his ''-son. Intended .to:swim C., Mrs.. R, P. Pnthi

some still Insist that she should a' ,brother-and-aisteri team, Gar-' : Reports trl'kle'ba.ck that'Chew- when he started out. .Hear the nings, La.; Mrs. MM Ed

for have won first, and judging from nita and O. P., Hutto won the' icy Johns, stoppIng' at the Wal- Fullers (Jeanette and Buster) are Miss Elaine Edwards

the photos I have seen of Nos. 1 waits contest ,. t dorf Astoria lit New York City, taking a vacation' from Starke Mrs..W.. T.Gill, Sammy

SehwimtBicycles and 2, I must say that I agree ., -: gets lost In the huge hotel every Dry Cleaners and spending It with I my. :Mr. and Mrs. Pre

They do say, too, that if the As 'the old1 say Ing'goes, it never Ume he leaves his room' Hear relatives in Tennessee That i and I Buck, Mr. and V!

winner had been Judged by the rains but it pours, and that cer. that Kap Duncan bas to be aroundto makes it almost unanimous! : ? Doyle and Miss Flow

amount of applause from the spec. talnly' seems" to hold true In the help Charley find his way about Think everyone's been on a vacation -: Starke.

tators, Martel would have won case of J. P. '(Phil) Sullivan, secretary Ethel Sewell, just back froma now'but me i" --

hands down And it wasn't 'a n d'' bookkeeper at the vacation trip, In New England,, Practical, fancy, and

.. just Bradford County folks applauding Coca-Cola plant .A couple of reports that her 48-hour stay in So long See. you In,the I style In aproM .

either! weeks ago IY',oil ,stove explodedin Montreal, Canada was filled with next I Hough. 214 Park Pl f
Parts and Accessories the Sullivan home four miles thrills galore .. 'Says those -Carolyn. I

Among those glimpsed\ along the west of Lawtey, and practically French-Canadians really know

Daytona board walk were Junius everything was lost Then how to live And,speaking of

SEE THEM and Virginia Smith Bill Duncan, Wednesday, In the process of mov- vacations-regret to report that

Mrs. Mabel Wall, Lloyd and Ines ing another house onto the site, Evelyn Stump's and Fran Peek's

NOW ON DISPLAY Green and chlllun, Judy and something slipped around the mov- planned flight to Nassau was Hello I

Archie Raymond Gomes, Rawson m"vlnamechanism and'cru hed spoiled because of the polio quarantine ,

JUST ARRIVED NEW SHIPMEJNT and Lucille Davis, and dottera, Phil's ankle Now he'll be on They would have had
Dooley and Marjorie. Leonard crutches a couple of months, but to be confined for two weeks after

Smith, r.- Fred and Hazel Guy, will return to C-C Monday they got there, and that's all

TRICYCLESMODEL t Lucian and Lucille Conner Arch Hear Eolin and Hogan Smith have the time they had .. Gertrude
Thomas and son, Delano, A. Z. bought an attractive
place on Beaaley and Margaret
Duncan report -
Adkins, Jr., Myrtle and Mildred Spring Lake and they and the that their
Thomas J. E. Denmark, Bobby sight-seeing trip
PLANES 10.95BIGCS are looking forward to to
lOc to Biggs, Tommy aad Mae Mercereau Pennsylvania la bringing'new
many pleasant mom e n t a there thrills
Haven and Hazel Crosby, and this summer. every day Guess they'llhave
I 1.1 I lots
Sara Barefoot and Selma McCall of interesting things to

making a foursome with Jack i I relate when they get back Satur- .

& BAKER. Sale (Madison) and Graham Sale Who should turn up along Call I day Jim and Eve Godwin

(Valdosta) Must say that Street Lil Wednesday afternoon but have; purchased a lot on Kingsley
and Dick Cisne .
Martell certainly had the moral ? Seems and have parked thereupon the

213 EAST CALL STREETFLORIDA support of Call Street Incidentally they're down from Champaign, houseboat they used to keep in
IIL. for a brief vacation at
Daytona Salt Springs ,
: most of the above are
with LU's folks, the Nat
still glowing from the lovely sun- c
I burns they brought back with Sternbergg, ar.d the foursome Feat of the Week: Tommy Slade

them Leonard Smith vows
that ole Sol hit him so hard thata .

: second crop of blisters came out

R after, the first one had healed 14-2 Romax Sheathing CableIn

Sun. Mon. July 14 15 Not.that Daytona attracted all Full'250-Foot Rolls

the merrymakers, by any mannerof
"THE BRIDE WORE BOOTS"Barbara means A goodly throngof 4'/ c Per Foot.,

Stanwyck Robert Cummings localltes dug their toes into .
the sands of Jacksonville Beach, -,In Part Rolls -5jc Per Foot

Tues. Wed. Thurs. July 16 17 18 including George Ken la, Charlie : :

"DEVOTION"Olivia Parker Warren Winkler Bobble

.. Turner, Comer Perryman, Bobby White
Standard Outside
Dellavlland Paul Henried Barksdale Darby Peek. Frances "

'Ida Luplno Colley and Barbara Horne .

Call Street was also well repre- .DAVISPAINT I

T, ", Fri. Sat. July 19 20 sented at the horse races in Ocala Just wanted to tell, that you fc

DOUBLE FEATURE In the persons of Buddy and Lillian .. 1 you
"SIX'MAN GUN" Western Bishop, N. T. and Betty $3.60 PfJr Gallon new, OPTICAL SERVICE
All Star Ritch. Bill, and Almeta Alvarez not take
you in Starke. Why
and Everett McKinney and Freddie 'r '. ,
Wlmberly ." :'Ye*, Indeed, these vantage of it?
"CITY FOR CONQUEST" Callstreeters certainly get around, NEW SHIPMENT ,

James Cagney Ann Sheridan and you needn't try to get away OF ,QO SERWC*

with anything away from home, COMPLETE OPTICAL. .

RITZ'' thinking :you won't be seen, 'cause

you're bound to run into two or NAILS .

Sun. Mon. July 1-1.,15 three of them,* no matter where .

'"MILDRED 'PIERCE"Tues. you are! TO ARRIVE NEXT WEEK Harley Stro\

Can Street Scenes .
.. Wed. Thurs. =July 16 17 18 local ladles in : Group of 10 LBS. TO EACH CUSTOMER
front of Lovett'sWednesday In SU
"THEY WERE EXPENDABLE" morning- eagerly The Finest Jewelry Store cr%"

and"TUSCON watching a truck labeled -Meal CAMP ,BLANDING. JEWELER .
and Grlts.. trying to find out
RAIDER" where It was going to stop BRADFORD (Formerly The Stag)

DOUBLE FEATURES EVERY The Navy "Chief who kills two HARDWARE CO. PHONE 153 f
birds with one atone by pushing 137 W. Call St.

his youngster around town In a
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3Y, 1848i

BITS of LOCAL NEWS f Louise Miss Jean DavIS and :Pollis Friends' of Mrs. P. M. Barefoot I:I Dr. and M s. J. C. Naftel of .brs.,Jeannette! Kincald- -,returned- ---! Mrs. P. M. Barefsjottn grdaltr.e[ .
Stern will sp'nd the weekend will be pleased to hear that she IsnW' I *
Birmingham. Ala.. spent last weekend Wednesday from a trip to Atlanta e. >;1lect0fa>y lit St. ltbsad I
at St.
Augustine Beach. recovering from a tonsil- with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale Ga. Hospital. Jackamrvjskk.........
'-- Charley Nicholson Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hill and ectomy performed in St. Vincent's !' at Kingsley Lake1.Mra. .
Biggs and
r. and Mrs Ohio, fOl'mer residents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burton are daughter, Patty, left Wednesday hospital in Jacksonville. I Grace Tracy and son Steveof -- :

AkrOn, Pent Wednesday of occupying the O. W. Griffin cot- for Pomona Calif., where they Mr. and Mr T J, Griffin and +" Plant City returned home Sat-

starke,visiting friends here tage on Kingsley Lake. will make their home while Mr.I Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan and urday after visiting with Miss
week Bin attends the University of son Harold., of Oviedo .spent Monday Delia Rosenberg.
Cleveland. Mr.
and Mrs.
of G. L. Patten
Jackman California.
L. While here they were In Jacksonville.
Ira guest of her sister. son George, have returned to Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hill and YALSPARt
the guests of Mrs. Hill's Mrs.
4'r M. Hutching., at 400 S. Jacksonville after spending seven Bertha Pearce. mother Mr. and Mrs. W. G Halle spent daughter Patty left Wednesdayfor

street. weeks with Mrs. Patton's mother, last Thursday In Orlando. They Pomona Calif., where they
Miss Bea Moseley left last week were accompanied home
by their will reside.
1 Hill of West Palma Mrs. E. E. Canova at
Dolores Kingsley for New Orleans LA., where she
,daughter-in-law Mrs. W.
G. Halle
the guest of her uncle Lake. :Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Canova Jack Sale of Madison and Graham -
waS I will be employed with the telephone
and baby who will remain for a
Mr and Mrs. Edwin and sons will now occupy the Sale of Valdosta, Ga.. spent
slut t She will make
days'recent- Canova cottage. company. the Fourth of July holiday with
all, for Mr. and Mrs.. Edwin Marshalland her. Keating.home with her sister, Mrs. J.L. visit.Dr.. and Mrs U H. Jennings and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. Paints y ;

.... and MI'S. B. Cohen and, children, Dolores and EdwinJr. Walter Wills of Tampa is spendIng family spent last In'Orange Thursday at Dr.Jennings' .. Mrs. J. L. Simmons returned ..,

. W. L. Andrews were. shop. .,. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hill and several days here looking camp Springs.Mrs. this week from a vacation trip to
' Carrie Hitch returned this
Monday. children, Dolores Miami.
Palatka and Archie after his Interests.
rand, Mrs. T. L. Lee spent Junior of Anthony, and little Billie -I Mrs. Laura y Powell has had week fro1ft--Great Lakes, Mich., Mrs, A. Z. Adkins will Jeave Varnishes

'eek'I vacation at the Beach Thigpen spent Wednesday at as her guests for several days her where she has been visiting with Friday for Norfolk, Va., where

,81. Augustlne.Beach. the Beach in St. Augustine. laughters. Mrs. T G. Carter and her son, Dr Tom Bitch she will visit. with her soninlawand

.Ira. Harold Ford of Cocoa Mrs. Mrs. W. B. Mundy returned daughter, Mr. and Mrs. B. '

I- L. E. Miner of New Smyrna and Thursday from a business trip. to I A. Pope, Jr. EnamelsIN

Mrs R. E. Tanner and sons, Bob Atlanta. Ga. Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Prevatt and '
ble and Edward of Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson Sr.. Mr. and Mrs O. E. Stansburywlli

Miss Patricia Cunningham of Robert Wilson, and Mr. and Mrs. 'I leave Tuesday to spend their vacation -

Gainesville is the guest of her. I, Hairy Wilson, Jr., and family oft 1 In the Ocala National For- POPULAR COLORS
cousin, Miss Hazel Fields. Jacksonville spent Thursday of'est.

J. A. Martinez of West Palm last week with Mr. and Mrs Joe l' Mrs. B. B. Carden returned *

Beach spent the weekend with his Wilson at KIngsley Lake. Wednesday to her home in Dawson -
parents. Mr and Mrs. Joe Mar- Misses Betty and Lucll McRae Ga., after a visit with her son II '

tinez. Sunday they attended a have recently returned from Atlanta -t I and daughter-In-law, Mr and Mrs

111HILE Shrine picnic near Jacksonville. Ga., where they visited Mr. I V. H. Carden.

SKINNING A DEAD NORSE, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mundorff of and Mrs. I. D. Wells. I I Misses Mary: and Madge Brown
St. Mr. and Mrs L. E. Mosley and lee, Miss and i
iIMAL Petersburg were guests from
MAN PULLED ONE OF THE Friday through; Tuesday of their family of Plant City are visitingMr. Miss Marie U ugh of St. Louie Farm Home & Auto

$ TENDONSGOTA i, son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mosley's mother, Mrs. Edith Mo, will arrive Saturday for a I

IN THE FACE. Mrs. R E. Mundorff. Moaley. visit with Mr.\ and Mr?. H. L. Supply Inc.
KICK Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dahmer and :Mr and Mri. Bernard Ellis of Brownlee. ,

son, Frank, leave Sunday for a Frostproof visited last week with Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Harvey and I 4.1 W E S.T CALL' STREETGUY
two weeks vacation which they Krs. Ellis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Elizabeth Ann have .

will spend in Chicago and with M. J. McRae. I I been enjoying a 10-day visit. in

relatives in Milwaukee, Wis., and Miss Mary Weldon returned' New York City. I'
Cadillac, Mich. Monday from Winter Park where!|I Mr. and Mrs. Earl Campbell ANDREWS re .
The Rev. and Mrs.'W. J. Church- she visited her grandmother, Mrs. '

r well returned today' from Miami D. R. Shaffer. I I'spend-ing:

TRAVELER WAS ROBBED where they spent several days this Miss Shirley Colley, who is attending Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kfctly$ of

week. the summer session of Plant City have, been enjoying a
HIS FALSE TEETH ONE DAY Mrs. W. B. Alexander was In I FSCW In Tallahassee, spent last visit with Mr. Kelly's mother,

D HIS TROUSERS THE "EXT. ( Jacksonville yesterday to visit her I weekend here with her mother, Mrs. Inez Kelly. Dolt Now !

son, J. B. Alexander, who is a Mrs. Marjorie Colley. )I Mrs. W. B. Sewell returned' last

patient In, a hospital there. Mr. I I I Mrs. J. F. Houaer returned Saturday week from a vacation, trip to

,(' Ili Alexander continues to Improve,: after visiting In Hamptonwith Cambridge, Mass., where she visited Use Plenty of Sprays
sister Mrs. J. L. Wil-
-II' but it Is still not known just her with her daughter, Miss Gayle

i when he will be able to return llama. Sewell, who is wor king 1 there. With D. D. T.
? I O home. e I 1| Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guy .spent While In Massachusetts Mrs. Sew
RZ E Mr. and Mrs Billy fowling will the weekend in Daytona Beach as I ell attended the PI Beta Phi Convention -
And rid
Black the guests of. W. T. Clute. i iI i, In Swampcott and vl.Uedpoints your premises of
EI leave Sunday for Mountain ;
\ nj' A 10.NEfs OF T N C., for a vacation. I I| Mrs. J. B. :Carlisle spent last of interest I n Montreal

THE Nti 0.EE5 Mr. and Mrs L.. E. Jordan and weekend in Ocala 1I I It Canada, and Cape Cod, Mass. Flies, Roaches

son, Harold, of Oviedo, spent last t Mrs.- W. H. Thomson, Jr., and 10.I I Mrs. O. L. Beasley and Mrs. K. \

_........ weekend with Mr. and Mrs T. J. I family of Lloyd will spend this,;, Duncan will return Saturday and Bugs of All Kinds
F. F.
and Mrs.
with Mr.
Griffin.F. I weekend from a vacation trip to points of

A. Scott of S t a rke, Dr. Stump. II i interest In Pennsylvania.

.George F. Scott of Lakeland and I The Rev. Fred Yerkes has re- Mr. and Mm. Randolph Boree FLIT with 5 percent D. D. T.
turned from a vacation hip to and daughter of Jacksonville were
S. C. Carnell and sons,
C. Wall
H. AgencyConstant and Gene, of Ormond Beach left Penland N. C. guests the first of the week of Pt. 25c 45c
Wednesday for a vacation In theJ. Earl Johnson who la now work- Mrs. Boree's parent, Mr. and Qt.
Ga., will spend this .... I
T. Quigley cottage near Hen- ing In Metter. M. G. H. Bennett.
Service. Over 50 Years, dersonville N. C. They will be weekend with his family. Van H. Carden will leave today I

Please Phone 146 Joined next week by )Ir. and Mrs. I Mist Joan .Tatum of Jackson- for Mayo Brothers Clinic where he : BARRY'S SPRAY with 10 pc. D. D.. T.
Wilbur Scott. ville spent last weekend with her will undergo treatment for sev-

I.' 'tJl Mr. and Mrs. George Griffis and uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. R. eral weeks. I., "a Pt. 50c Qt. 90c

fatuity\ Miss Annie ;Mae Grlffis.I L J. Davis.p: Mr. and Mrs. L.. A. Johns are ,.. ,,.
and I y''t'
Mrs. Marjr"Le Hancock at theS.
Nick and Larry George Griffis,I f Occupying an apartment
daughter Dolores Ann, have re R. Johns home on Washington
CLASSIFIEDFTOVB Lucille Posey. and I
Mrs.. Annie Goldman, all I turned from fc week's visit with Street. .t EXPELLO MOTH ,KILLER
Mrs. Hancock's sister, Mrs. W. D. Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Herlong
at Silver
of July
FARM. CITY AND FOR SALE:Satisfaction Horses mules guaran4eed.Dowllng and millcows. spent Springs.the .Fourth They enjoyed a basket McDougald Pompano and. Mr. spent the weekend in Charleston, Hang in your closet or garment bag

PROPERTY '" f"e I Brother, Highway 11$. dinner and rides In the glans- Fred D. Seller of Delray. They S. C., where Dr. Hertong attended
Phone 1U-J. Starke. Fla. ..as .t( boats. were accompanied by another sister a reunion of the Class I of .'08 at 25c and 69c

bottom Joe C. Hoover, president of the I Mrs. Charles J. Kay of Baltimore the South Carolina Medical Col- f'
FOR SALK-30 acre" IS acre In Md. ,,e
bearing pecan + Club and Junlus lege.Mrs.
STaou'r SELLS EsT.h RE&L large tree heavily-loaded About 25 pear and M.Starke Smith Rotary, secretary, leave Sunday Miss Marjorie Davis is spendingthis Mae Jones and Miss Marjorie We;still have a few left e. .

' .Create.* .4Tvr .... e f e..a- other tree. drove Is In exc"U"nt house. where they will at- week Gainesville as the Sue Middleton of Jacksonville ; ....: '- '
' trr .......n.,.. itu MBd. aver condition. Good d"1"buildings. See for Assembly guest of Mr. and Mrs. Milton St. have been guests of Dr. and
I* wire .( H.noFarnoe barn and other tend the Rotary District MOTH PROOF GARMENT BAGS
Sears Mal .. ... owner I* J. Prevail. RFD Peter. Mrs. W. E. Middleton.
all .r Srd u s e on .
.. J'Ne .... 1l tt.g. Brownlee 149A. Starke.. Road.( 6-28 Up Mr. and Mra. W. II. Qraham 30c

A.STROUT REALTY AGENCY and children are spending sometime

Represented Locally By FOR BALE .- MUslonary berrplants at the' Alvarez cottage on
I first year pew ground
P. l". HOLLING8WOUTH By bed or.thousand. J. D. Bowers Kingsley Lake. .
116 So. Walnut St. I ITTRE88ES place. Road 261. 2 miles east Specials. Wilbur A. Scott has resigned

of Starke-Steve Weldon.6.1t lOt his position at Quigley A Davis Koch Drug Store

!: of all kind T no- and he and Mrs. Scott will vaca-
atOd), furniture upholstered and oat-VMI. class ring heavy "gold. tion In North Carolina before
'fliHnhed. card. thy II t stllng
Drop us a with large ame Dresses
A8TIN09 MATTRESS CO.. lit Name ,K. U !Matthews engraved Ladies making their plans for the future.
!If, Ptlatka. Fla.. Inside. S10 reward for return to
asked.- r r
owner No question"
BALE-Two saxophones, floor K. U Matthew, Bradford Count
mk l marine plywood paint cy-
'!>. picnic, From benches surplus and property tablembined FOR SALE-8.S cubic' root capacity Greatly Reduced I PLENTY OF PARKING SPACE FREE DELIVERY I
Camp Blandln.-.1.' MauriceH8ALEOR Cold.pot .I.ctrlc.. refrigerator.Good .
tf condition. 224 South Thompson

EXCHANGE!-Horn... ':, street. "P 16.95 reduced to 12.95 LOOK !
'01.> and milk cows. SatlsfaoKunranteed. FOR RENT T-room house mile
ew Dowllnc Broth- west Theressa. on old Hampton Tricycles
Highway 13. Phone 1184.s. road. Furnished. Modern. Conveniences -
' ria. ..III 4t Screened porch. See J. E. 12.52 reduced to 8.95
McKinney at house 2tp to '-19 LOOK !
"">MAN wAN'rED-Flne Rawl-
For the Children
rb bualnms' available In Brad- S' *. 3" ulled lumbertor .
ord COli FOK Sdocks 3', .. 6.95
.... n t:!' or piers 10.95 reduced to
! 1500> families. NearbyiDealS $40.00 FBlI.: Quigley &
fl. I.neth. 1 New shipment just arrived. Extra:
Dune n LOOK
making sales of $160 Davie) Starke, Fla.
" more many weeks.. Business large tires and heavy steel tubular
13 ,ood. For full ;particular.AO BALE OIL THAUIJ 1943
'tlo' today.l Bawl elgh'a Dept. FOR model 10.wh..I.r. Chevrolet truck.C. __----_-- ----=::_'-=i frame.
127, Memphis ,Tenn. P. Mlles. standard! !!ItaUon.Lawtey. .
7-S stD Phone I..wt.y 2. Ito

REST-Two Jjnnnnts, good 2-room location furnished reas- WANTED Iron .ate.TO L..J.BUY-IO Wynn m..dlum. H amp"Iud ton.ltp Basket
i Free! $1.95
II sinitlee Automaticwater"mlshed. Inquire heater. at Fla. txl No. 10novelty aryr ? ., YN' Shopping
" and
$Cola: 1d
plant. tf: FOR siding' u..d. 3', 4': 6' {
I ,
!RAN: len.th. '45.00 FJl1'oI. C. M. flooring -. RM IYe>lr WITH WHEELS)
".>COTTON:* RAGS wanted In short Iengths.. 135.00 FBM.Qul.I.F i 4l (
use pants or overall. Re- Fla. 11
'. .. Davis. Starke Ladies'Men's
w4_County Buttons Telegraph.. 7e pier Ib.- Brad,tf comfortable ..- With Every Purchase Over $25.00 You Have To Ask For li.

1\ *" FOR apartment including private Special Friday and Saturday Only
n -4'roora house and. garS room Permanent t.nant. -
two acres land with, some bath, turnl.hed. North W.l. BATHINGSUITS
rail I 07
ttA.trees located mile east of ..O'sete Starks "g ( 9 Nr
on new Blandln road. nut j.. a ?
"w,". RUby Bradley., first Ian or 1 Electric Irons IJEAUTIFUL WALNUT FIN1SD
past cook. Btore. 7-12 2tp NO ROACHES ANTS FLiES flits "

:q SALE OH RENT-All mY real"tt.b.r fleas Bomb.If This you use I. net our the A.rollOl keroasnstype. r 5.50 Occasional Tables .. .. .-- 75
8" Lucian Conner atry La.ta for w..kw.AutoFountain. tf
| of Commerce. Htarke. .
: lrntd) D, p. Kelly. Up 3-Year Guarantee '
house and lots by You Should See Our Speaid, :
'11. SALE Twenty 201 head l lIncludli FOR In front ot conw.y'. Air p.rk.Rtf'. Floor 19.JS
Irfadk cattle Brow CATALINAU Way Lamps -
*. Hereford 11.000. 1494 Starks Fla. It to .ItFOR .
" Phone tIE
It .tr.WD r 'You Should Own ODe ''Of m511 I -
*Tb'D"couple:' :: BALE-MI..lonar now ready..: KenneThomas hpast P \ FREE! J'DE !
" to operate touristaltraclly. West Easy Terns
"" proposition; I 11'1. -
Iii'.. furnish ret.reD ... Carl or box iT4. Starke Thermometer
Itark., 1I'1a. It to T.l. shout I Shoes for MenPeter's ThI.... ..
police pup Freeman 5-Drawer 'Wheat
harn. -
c ALE-Fry.r.. hens.' fresh month .old has on. .tud. ......rd.Chlldr.n. '
,. f for Children With Calendar
1 .... named Rusty. Shoes '
dtbsay 4'e' W.east D.of Fa opke on .' pet. Mrs. 8illee Ross.Conway's lIP. Chest of Drawers - ::29.91

Up to T1 -1. Airport.

Kin'1lAW,,' ;: _and lot onJr. FOR 8ALE-u-"oom house blocks.n 100 of USE ROBBWSLAYAWAY PLAN JVe Buy and Sell Good Used Furniture .-
(".7Vk N1up Walnwrlght. foot ,lot ; wlthlll..O St.rke. N. 1>. wale'street. ,
"* POlltofllC' In Call
: 0'I"Lr-I', "4 *dOf Ptarksatrlt0 .rhrht.. phones Jr.. Jlrok.r.1St and 131 102 Eat Stark.UP. '" IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

* Cello. 145.00. 1 Saio
":l IIS.oo? I National cash blocks Robbins'F
Ira ter Army d.' No. 71* I14 .00.; HONE LAUNDRY -Station three on cnrner H. Denmark Furniture Co.

?.- .' 'I.",01<1 foot drink lockers box IIZSOO 11.54; from of L-nlon Eleventh flue and Grand 2t atr"et.to 7.19 John

l'II4IJ ypl gaa space b.at.r. Mrs. J. A. Howard.
lIark.. 'ache Qulgley *. "tr.irh.dtout
Da.lt"t. long STARKE. FLA.
8ALE-4 151
FOBklngsley 1t43 CII.rolet.'llnel STERNBERG'SI
':JI!: enJr..1 r Job a4 1941enHlghlOd Ch"I... '
r 2Doti 08-180 "eart condition, newly
!'1t. Not toot 100 pOllt.. Both perfect.. Harp.r'. ..
$0' I. to I p.lnt.... A ii ts
ItS, Stark..Ali' 1itp'I/I i Lake: I I I S



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. 'S S I. S S IS S e S S..SGraham S S S. S S 555Rising C S S S SC S S CS SS Starke were visiting relatives here Dated thin 3rd day of July 1946.OFl"lCIAL I are
Sunday.Mr. I'( SEAL) A. J. Thomas Aueullt 12, P@qulrod t
Circuit Court of Bradford Court 19H.ln thlto I
BrookerBy of and ..
Theressa : and Mrs. Merle Gano County Florida. 7-5 4t 7-26 seeks dlvor cau.", 11Whrsi5:
the 4th here Telegraph
Jacksonville spent shall :
tty Eva Mae Trie** By Mrs. John McKlnney By MRS. EDDIE NORMANS Mrs T. W. Markey with Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Gano. IN COUNTY.CIRCUIT FL.ORJDAI COURT. HRADFORD IN CHAM.CKRV. In Witness next tour 'eokly' 'i,1 bl4','

S 5 5 S S S S S S S S S S SC S S SC S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S Mrs. Alph Hazen of Orlando was at Starke Floriind "< ot
S S S S S Troy Varnes., a minor, by Everett (OFFICIAL SEA1"Ji 0,
INFANT DEES visiting relatives, here Saturday Varnes, his next friend Plaintiff, A. Clerk
SURPRISE PARTY and Mrs. Cecil Lewis and of
Misses Ruth and Grace laid Court
Slbley of Mr. and afternoon. VH. Bertha Watson Varnex, Defen. i 1'. Frank ;
Dlckenaon, and E. S. and Iry Sib-[ John McKinney was honored family of Plant City were guests The Infant daughter dant. Cane No. 4030. I Atty. for lencir pie urn IIta
Mrs. Coleman Dees died July 5, ORDER Of PUBLICATIONAND :;
ley were visiting In Keystone with a surprise birthday anniversary Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
after a brief illness. The
Height! Sunday.Mrs. dinner party Sunday held at Lewis. 1:11: rinri'iT cocnx. BRADFORD STATE OR1 FLORIDA to: Bertha COV''y eOI'p.
I '
the McKinney home and given by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faulkner of held at Dedan Church Satur- COUNTY. FLORIDA 19T C1IAN- Watson Varnen. whose residence hi VERy. FLO'UO.t, 1\
John Jordon and daughter. afternoon at 3 o'clock by the CKKV.Ronetta Plant City, HIII..boro County Flor Max JacobM
Willie Mae, of Alachua were his many friends and neighbors.He Starke were guests of her parents, Miller Plaintiff, v. Vernon I ifaxmlll"lanch forflriy:
was 68 years of age July 6. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis, Tues- pastor, the Rev. C. A. Crosby. In- Miller Defendant. Ca.e No. 486S. ida.You are required to appear onAuulOt JakUbonlc
her mother Mrs. S. I renldl
of n
trueats ,
In the above No.
R.I' terment was in Dedan Cemetery ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND 14 1946 named 4917. ,
Swindell, Saturday. The bountiful dinner burdened a of NOTICE TO APPEAR Court and cause wherein plaintiff ORDER OF'
large table placed In the yard under day.Mr. and Mrs. Thomas with Thompson-W 1111 a ms STATE OF FLORIDA to: Vernon seeks divorce. bradford CountyTelegraph I AND NOTICE P!: LICA
J. J. Zelgler spent last week In The Bishop Gainesville in charge of arrange Miller, whose residence and address shall publish this Order I STATE OP !
Starke as the guest of his daughter -I a spreading camphor tree. and son of Brooker were guest William I.: 2 Meadow Street, New Haven In next four weekly Issue Jakubonlc. FLORlIAAr.1, <
ments. Pallbearers were .
large birthday cake was decorated Saturday of her parents, Mr. and Connecticut. Witness my hand and official dress In {|04Z> ""*,*
Mrs. Rhoda Dampler. with motlff that matched the Dukes Tim Mann, Rastus Mann, You are required to appear on seal at Starke, Florida, thl July 5, New York. XOlly 8tr..
W. A. Swindell and H. E. McGee a Mra. H. H. Lewis. The parents July 22, 1946. In the above named 1946. You are
business visitors to Jacksonville table cloth and plates. Mr. Mc- and and Resale Carlton. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff A. J.: Thomas, I August U. 194B.ln r''Ulr'd' to .
were Mrs. Maggie Norman to thanks for the said Court. the5b
remembered with a wish express neeka dlvoroe. Bradford County All Clerk of Court and
Kinney was ,
Friday and Saturday. granddaughter, Joan, returned to flowers and appreciation to those Telegraph halt publish this OrderIn (OFFICIAL, SEAL) I seek diver?.. Br'T'.
large assortment of gifts. next four weekly t I..ue.. Knight ft Knight .Starke, Florida. Telegraph shall <
Mr*. J. C. Cochrane and Mrs. from their home here Saturday following who assisted during the Illness Witness my hand and official Atty for ?If. 7-12 4t 8-2 In next tour Publish "
James Swindell were visiting In Among those attending a week spent In Jacksonvilleas and death of the infant. Hal at Htarke. Florida, this 19th Witness my ffi'j'' 'I..,"'
out of town were Mr. and Mrs. day of June 1946. at Starke Florida W?"
Starke Wednesday. guests of Mrs. Norman's (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, I1V CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD (OFFICI.AI. '
and 'VS'
Friends of Larry Swindell, who Walton Youngblood daughter daughter, Mrs. Laura Jackson. WMS MEETINGThe As Clerk of said Court. COUNTY, FLORIDA IN CHAJV- Ae Clerk Of said)
Shirley and nelce. Miss Stephens Brooker Baptist WMS met T. Frank Landrum. Stark, Fla. VEIL Y. T. Frank Court.
will be
III last week lAndrum
was very Herbert and Jeanette Norman William T. Lewis Plaintiff, vs. 8tltk
for Plf. -21 4t 7-12 Atty
Atty. for
glad to learn that he Is much Im of Tampa; Mr. and Mra. Eugene at the church Sunday evening at Maudle Lee Lewi, Defendant. Case i'lt. t.,
of Wauchula Mr. and were guests of an uncle and aunt No. 4535. -
McKlnney 8 o'clock and the meeting was IN CnUTIT
Lonnie Hines and Rich- ,
'Joe Kelsey, F 1-c, was honor- Mrs. son Lithia last week. presided over by the president, COt'MTY, FLORIDA IN: CHACKItV. *- ANO NOTICE) TO APPEAR FLORIDAI.CERY. i\
ard of Longwood; Mrs. Martha Mrs. Beulah Hirrell. The sub- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Maudle Robert L-
the at
discharged from Navy Kramer
Friends of Gordon Jones will be James William Oliver Jr., Plain- Lee Lewis l whole residence. Is Un Alma K. PH,
the Naval Air Station near Jacksonville Scott and :Mrs. L. D. Graham and I ject was "Relief and Rehabilita tiff vs. Anne Wlngfleld Oliver, De known. Alma E. Kramer alu t
Wednesday of last week. son Albert of Daytona Beach: Mr. pleased to learn that he returnedto 'tion". A beautiful program was fendant. Case No. 4904. You are required to appear on No. U18. Johnson nt/ond/ ,
his home here ORDER OF PUBLICATION August 12 1946 In the above named
He served in the Navy nearly two and Mrs. Leonard McKinney of following con- presented and a collection was AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ORDER AND OF PtBf.IC
Hill Mr. and Mrs. Buford finement in a Gainesville hospitaldue : the seeks divorce. Bradford County NO'J'ICE, TO AP
years and just recently completed Holly ; taken at the meeting for STATE OF FLORIDA to: Anne STATE O
and McKinney of Gainesville; Mr. and to injuries sustained In an relief. Wing-Meld Oliver, whose addreim IH Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Kramer. whose) tl''
a tour of duty In China. He benefit of overseas 2201 "M" Htreet. N. H. Apartment next four weekly |1""u"lI. dress la rO.hlen,.
his wife are now living with his Mrs. Carl McKlnney of Sampson: accident at Camp Blanding. No. Washington 2. D. C. Witness my hand and official Heal Conn.-(or: t) Alma Garden 8Ir..r,
W. C. Burton Mr. and Mrs. W. Miss Ivamae Lewis, Miss Lucile You are required to appear on at Starke, Florida, this July 6, 1946. den E. ohn,,,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kelaey. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and (OFFICIALSEAL: ) A. J. Thomas, Street hartford Con,
August 5, 1946, In the above name You
P. Bennett, and Mr. and Mrs. William sons Reed and Meed, spent Sun- Thomas 0 f Gainesville, Aubrey ed Court and cause wherein plain All Clerk of said Court.R. August are 12, required to, ,

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mason spent Prevatt of Waldo; and Dudley day In Starke with the Lewis' Hazen, and J. R. Mott enjoyed a tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County H. Duncan., Florida.517 Lynch... BUlg.Jacksonville 8d Court and 1148 CaUSe In,Ihl hf'I,
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn tiff seeks
Silver Sunday.
the Fourth of July In St. Augus- Hines of Jacksonville. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and trip to Springs next four weekly Issue Atty for PIt. 7-12 4t 8-2 Telegraph divorce.shall Bnufl

tine and Green Cove Springs. Mrs. Paul Faulkner.Mr. Mrs. T. W. Markey and Mrs. Witness my hand and official seal In next four weekly llhli.b I...I.
John McKinney and son and at Florida thin June 211, IN CIRCUIT CO-RT. BRADFORD Witness
H. business Earl Green and children were 46tark" my hand and
Mrs. A. Kelsey was a 01
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. W. C. Conner and COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHANCKUY. at Hlllrke, Florida, this ,
relatives In Dukes Mon- (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. So
visitor In Starke Saturday.The visiting Thomas, (OFFICIAL SEAL
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lewis ) A. j,
Eugene McKinney spent Satur- spent As Clerk of
Is urged! to attend day afternoon.Mr. said Court. Hilda Franklin Parrott. Plaintiff Aa Clerk of mid 1 Court
public day In Gainesville on business. Sunday In Brooker as guests of John W. Muxkoff, 1105 Graham vs. Ernest William Parrott, Oefen- T. Frank Landruin, IItark
the prayer meeting services each and Mrs. Raymond Crewsof Bldir., Jacksonville Florida. dant. Case No. 4914. Aty for Plf. ,.
Mr. Mrs. Thomas.
Wednesday night at the Christian Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Frazer and Bishop Jacksonville were weekend Atty. for Plf._ 7-5 4t 7-26 ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND -

Church and the BTU at the Baptist returned to their home here Sat week from High Springs where guests of Mr. and Mrs: O. W. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Ernest Notice No. TIIK 1078IIKVOIIH H til Rm

Church each Sunday night at urday after enjoying a pleasant she enjoyed an extended visit with Barry. TAX I>KED William Parrott. whose residence MI.'O 0. THi Ii: l
stay In Chicago, 111. house Bill No. 1NI3 Is Route No. 1, Oxford, North Caro 1"1.0Rln\
7:30: o'clock.Members her daughter, Mrs. Osteen. Mrs. Mary Green will arrive NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN lina. NOTICE IK hereby Ilron
of the BTU of the Dudley Hines 0 f Jacksonvillewas that Clara Mae Knight the holderof You .are required to appear onAu'u..t Railroad Commission of
Mr. and Mrs. F. Reynolds of this weekend from Dallas, Texas
the following certificates ha. 12 1946, in the above named of Florida will
water- the guest here of his sister, a !ton
Baptist Church enjoyed a Jacksonville were weekend guests where she has been visiting her filed said certificate. for a tax Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 'nllf i on the following
I n
melon cutting on Minnow Pond Mrs. Alice Starling. over the for several deed to be Issued thereon. The certificate seeks divorce and custody of minor 10:00: A. SI., Monday July|
Saturday night. Everyone enjoyed weekend. I here of Mrs. Reynolds' mother, son, Willis Plnkston, numbers and years of Is. child.. Bradford County Telegraphshal the Court Rouse, Slarkt
months.Mr. suance the description of the property publish this Order In next four at which time and pU.
a swim before eating. Mrs. Lizzie Hines returned this Mrs. Frank Abernathy. and the names In which It was weekly Issues. all parties Interexted milan /
and Mrs. John Shaw of assessed. are as follow: Witness my hand and official seal opportunity to be (,m,
Gainesville were guests of Mr. and Certificate No. 89 Year o* Issuance at Htarke' Florida this July 6. 1946. DOCKET NO. 2115 MC Kj
I 1944.Iescriptton (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas of R. H. Alvaret, Stark.,
Mrs. O. W. Barry Sunday afternoon I of Property: Lots 5, 6. I A. Clerk of said Court. for limited common ciri
7, S, Blk 23 Town of Lawtey W of R. H. Duncan. 517 Lynch Bldg. tlflcat of Public Convtrl
Ry., Sec 23, T. 5 S.. R. 22 E. Jacksonville Florida. Necessity authorlilnf I nportatlora
*" Miss Bobble Mlntz of Jacksonville Name In which assessed: W. M. Atty. for Pit ".12 4t 8-2 of used aorta,
in the guest of Miss Eloulae Blg-m. UHt. hold gooSe and offio i
All of Bald property being In the IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD fixture and furnllim.
Gainey. 'ounty of Bradford, State of FlorIda COU MTV. FLOHIDAI IN C1IANCKIIY. Starke and points and
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Hardy the State. of Florida ovular '
Unless such certificate or certificates Muriel Gladys McKeon Plaintiff, route
7ie spent the weekend in Gainesvillewith shall be redeemed according vs. Francis Joseph McKeon," Defen WITNESS!, the hand or'!
Mr. Hardy's mother who is to law the property described In dant. ea..e No. 4916. tary of'. the Railroad C,
such certificate or certificates. will ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND of the State of Florida
a patient In the Alachua County be Hold to the highest bidder at the NOTICE TO APPEAR hansee. Florida, this iih
Hospital. court house door on the first Mon STATE OF FLORIDA to: Francis July, 1946.
day In month of August 1946. Joseph McKeon whose residence,I K". If.it .
_:;;- Mrs Arle Brown of Starke was which IH the 5th day of August and address In. : 1883 Brooklyn New!

visiting her sister, Mrs. S.; W.
Barry last week. -

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Crews of
1 Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Herman

Harrell of Santa Fe, and

Mrs. Arle the Brown funeral of of Starke Leda Ann attended While the supply I lasts!

Dees at Dedan Church Saturday

I afternoon.Mr. and Mrs Bob Long of Columbus -
Ga., spent part of last

week with his parents, Mr. and

\ Mrs. E. C. Long.

Miss Vivian Pinholster and Miss ICOM'PLETf

Brown of Jacksonville enjoyed a

'B week's visit here with Mrs. Rosa

; PlnhoLster.

C. H. Croft of Nashville, Tenn.,

? wonderful for Others -:. was visiting his family here fora

few days last week.
Elwyn Edwards of Tampa enjoyed -

It's wonderful for YOU I a week's visit with relatives

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barry and

i FLORIDA'S myriad attractions are a children were visiting relatives in
Wauchula last week.
constant lure to vacationists from every ... Mrs. Roy Green and children

where. This Is no time to be reckless spent the 4th in Gainesville,
Miss Lubedla Pinholster and
with precious holidays when you have Truby Pinholster made a business

every heart's desire-so much to see trip to Jacksonville Friday.
Sam McGauley of Palatka spent

and do right on your Florida doorstep. a week here with Mr. and Mrs. Tractor Owners !

Ray Green.

Make pleasure your boon companion Mrs. Eva demons and children, ThIs book will save you repair bll II. .. Gulf

by sea, by lake or river. ;Starke HcD. and Saturday.Mr. Evon,.were shopping In help you get more work out of your

under, the palms, or stars, or Invigorating and Mrs. Guy Pinholster tractor at lets cecIl I .

sun. Enjoy the luxuries of a state and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ward of I'

that really knows how to be a host / Jacksonville Rosa Pinholster were guests Sunday of after Mrs. GUIDE

f FLORIDA GREYHOUND LINES goes noon.Miss Ivamae Hamilton, F red

everywhere there's fun In Florida. Ramble Coker. Mrs. Audrey Mitchell and cz

where and when please ..- 2'j son, Bunny, of Bradenton were :=:::, ,
you j
here last week visiting Mr. and
comfortably and economically via a Wra. Zedra Hamilton and other

air-conditioned Florida relatives.Mr. .
big luxurious
and Mrs. 0 .W. Barry Mrs.

Greyhound hes. Arthur Edwards and daughter,

Marie, Mrs. Earl Green, Mrs.

Earnest Edwards, Mrs. Noon Mott,

UNION BUS STATION tJ.a Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Layfield. Gu''''. Farm -Tractor Guide) is a complete Ithas complete! ,large-tealelubricationdi-
and Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markeywere handbook
Phone 147 shopping in Gainesville Mon on tractor operation. grams, detailed lubrication chart I

It's just what you need to help make of Culfi F |
LACY CONWAY, Alt. Temple Ave. day.Mr. you You should have) a copy
and Mrs. I.. A. Brown were your tractor last longer get more out of the Tractor Guide if your tractor Is one of the'J

In Gainesville Sat u rday afternoon fuel you buy for it. makes

: Miss. Lubedla PlnhoLater left And it's abtolattly FREE. No obligation :
Allls-Chalmen Hvlxf
Monday for Riverside Hospital In '
& 60 pages of helpful, taker |n.rn Jacksonville where she will remain -
for tre tment. practical tractor information COM John D""

Frank and Henry Crosby of Caterpillar M "---IIam'
book tells
you the best way to care for ,!'"
Vero Beach have been guests of Ctotrac MCC.rTnICk.D'sthe
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Crosby for air cleaner cooling system ignition '" MlmeS POiM0lM.

several days. valves I power transmssion1 vital engineparts -p. ......"
n & Mrs. Nora Sapp and Mrs. J. W. steering assembly, tires, battery, all I Font age Sliver King

Kelly were shopping in Alachua parts of your tractor.There's .
Monday.Mr. Oraham-Bradlcy Wall!
a 2-pageillustratedtroug..
and Mrs. A. D. Martin and fREE
big guide that helps the *Write for your
you spot trouble TRACTOR OWNERS
; daujhter-ln-law. Lorraine, of Hawthorne Tr-'"
were Sunday guests of Mr. quickly when your tractor won't start or copy of Gulfs 60-page,iUurtrtted F s rlor \ lf.

and Mrs. R. V. Gano. doesn't run properly. Guide or call for it at the address! "" 1

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lewis and

/ \ \ children of Plant City spent the

weekend with :Mr. and Mrs. N, C.

m Mott.Mrs.. Ellis demons and daughter. GULF OIL CORPORATION

WlUlemae of Palmetto are ,

spending a week here with rela

Mrs. O. R. Gano is visiting her Freeman Register Distributor

.sister Mrs. T, Babbengton In

GREYHOUND W Jacksonville this week. Starke Florida
Mr.'and Mrs L. O. Haxen and S ,

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKlnney of



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. . Cte Lendon. Hamburgers and Coca- having moved Friday Into the I their recent departure for Miss Twp. 7, 8. n. 12 B., containIng IN' nnrriT Coin?. 3iflAflonnOV'e ',f sail minor child. Bradford I

Colas were ser v e d while "hmbilly" home occupied 1)y Mr. and Mrs. issippi. reaNam. (' l'Y. 'LOIUI"| IM. (,'!! %:%- County Telegraph shall publish this ,
music was furnished R. In which assessed T. O. CKRV. Order! In, next fimr weekly issues.
Farm by A. J. Rogers until the latter mov- Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Land visitedMr. Morgan; Tiny Shaw" Plaintiff v*. K.llthNhaw. I Witness my hand and official seal
B. Harvey and Jack Kelly both ed to West Palm Beach Tuesday.Mr. Ceiwrioata No. 1S4 Year of I*. Defendant. Cane. No. 4M75.OKDRR lat !Starke: Florida, this June 27 t
and Mrs. Rococo
WbldJel4 II members of the troop. Other ; Land in Nuance 1944. OF PtTHLir.\TIOX ,1944.
t1J. ryan and Mrs. W. O. Strlnfffellow Ocala. last weekonj. Description of Property, ANt NOTICE TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
. Scouts present were Clifford. and Miss 5 H of NKS of JEk & SB<' of STATE OF FLOIUDA to: Kdlth AH Olerk of a4d Court
Quentin and Sullivan Bloodsworth i Melba Strlngfellow left Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Chapman SKV: Sec. *3. Twp. 7. s. n. si B.. Shaw. Whose residence I I. 4001 14th T. Frank Landrum. Starke Florida.
MEETISo Daniel Hart Marvin Wednesday of last week for returned Saturday from Fairfield Containing 60 acre*. Street N. \\Va.hlnnton.. D. C.JUI0:9. Atty for Plf. -81 rT Prltchett, Name in which assessed Harden are appear on -
TrooP, No. 104 spon- William Oscar Engram, Jr., Jack Poughkeepsle. N. Y., where they Tenn., where they spent about ten & Weisner; 194tl, 1lrhle above named i-v niK'i'iT rot sir nicusroass

out Church D. Cason Leonard are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bob days at Mrs. Chapman's; former Certlflc-ate No. 131 Year of laauanc Court and cause, wherein plaintiff .ol.'ry... rM>llll>.'. I5 1 CHAN!!
Baptist Sapp and 1844. eeeka divorce. IPradford County ('KIS lEddi. .
Mon- James Godwin. Barkley. Knroute they were overnight home. They were joined there Pfucnptlon of Property, Telegraph shall publlnh this Order Wright
Jugular guests of relatives In Philadelphia by her brother and slstcr-ln-law, NRi. of NEVi 8.0. 5. Twp. 6, S. In next four weekly tuniieii.Wltneaa Plaintiff
of R. 81 :. my hnnd. and official.
home containing 40 .
JulY 1, at the Having moved last Wednesday Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Singleton Name an which aSSessed acrea. Un. ..eat at Starke Florida, this June vs.hattie M. Wright

and Mrs. BMc- Mr.* and Mrs. J. R. Kite are now Mrs. J. F. Williams of Wawa- of Lo Angeles Calif. known; 21, III 4ft. I I>" .

iter at home to their friends in their hitchka and Mrs. L. C. Moore of Pvt. Charlie Andrews of Au- auanca tVrtlflcaU. No. 1SS Tear of la. Aa(OFFICIAL'lerk
home In Starke. Enterprise Alabama have been gusta, Ga., pent the past weekend IV>Hcrlt>Ion of Property, H. C. Baldwin (lalneavlllo Florida I STATE OF FlORIDA to: Hattie
K\t of SKI.; of 8WV, 1-18. 5. Atty. for Pit. 6-28 4t 7-19 .f. \ Whose r.sideno and
Mr. and Mra. G. visitors of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. with Mrs. Andrews and Mr. Twp. ,
E. Crews and 8, S. R. 22 B, containing 20 acres. post office address IK 402 New
daughter Carolyn went to Pa- Hembree. Mrs. Moore left Thurs- and :Mrs. C. U McMillan.} Nan In which annulled Un ix: rinrrrr (CO3li1' "R"'FO'' street, l'immonsvili South Caro
day following about Miss Pauline Brannen of Jack- known. < ( .ot..rFLoRln.1 IM: CHAN.. lina.
latka Sunday to take to their a stay I All of Muttl' l-KHV. You are required] to appear on
home Mr. and Mra. Calvin Williams while Mrs. Williams will continueher sonville spent the past weekendat County of Bradford property, Htat being of In Flor the Frank it!. Ituniio plaintiff v*. Janet the 24th day of JulY A. 1.). 1944.
visit Id..... Huao ixtfendant. Cane Nn. 4KII1.OHHKH In the) above named Court and
with Dr. home with her
I who had been their supper guests. bree and with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mrs. R. W. Brannen. I ficate*shall Mitch b* certificate redeemed or ...rU. ANn NOTICE: TO APPEAR .. The URADFOHD COtrNTY
aroordlnc STATE OF FIA)UIDA to: Janet. ,TKLEnilAPIt shall publlah till.I
to law
Cooper in Gainesville.Mr. Mr and Mrs. P. S. Crews had the
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Richarde I such certificate property described In Kuaao. whone address" I I. 100 South. : order In the neat four weekly I-

and children Jane and Henry and Mrs. J. L. Robinson as their guest for tlio weekend t>e no 1,1 to the or highest certificates bidder will at Wllllnma street Whit. Halt New IIU"".

mist spent the weekend with Mr. and spent the Fourth with Mr. and Miss Ruby Jo Thornton of Jack : the!Monday court In house month dour on the first York.You are required to appear on seal\VlTNKsa nt Mtarke, ,my Florida hand, and this official 11 day
: A pew Mrs. sonville. Other recent visitors of of Auiinat. 194ft. July 29. 1946. In the above nnmed
'l FOLKS L. E. Robinson In Jackson which IN of June. A. D. 1946.
his Mrs. J. H. Ritch at their Kings the tth day. of August
Court and
that cause wherein
says Mr. and Mra. Crews were Mrs. 19411/ plaintiff : A. J. THOMAS
an who while ley lake home. ville.Mr. 1)nteJ peeks divorce. Kradford County Aa Clerk of said Court.OFFICIAL .
halt empty I and Mrs. Mary WUlard and daughter Patricia IU6. 25th day of Jun.' Telegraph shall publish thla Older ( SEAL)
It Is half full. Mrs. Nellie C. Baker of Seville J. C. Wallace and of Auburndale. In next four weekly I...UI>H. John J. H.nderll..11 Eaq.
:n\t\ says \I was the dinner guest of Mr. and their guest. Miss Onla Lee Dunn, Clerk of flrcult Court A. J.of THOMAS. Wltnecu my t'Hnd and official Hollcllor for plaintiff.18" ,.U
I Mrs. Albert Yarbrough/ and children j aeal at Staike, Florida, thl June
-- Mrs. J. L. Robinson spent Sunday In St. Augustine.Miss Oouaty Florida.
Friday. of Gainesville! I spent the 6-2S 4t T-19 (OFFICIAL SEAL) I 25. 1946. INrmrirr: COHHT. nu i>pi>RiCODIkTY.

there wa tile poll- I Misses Joan and Nancy Mynl Gwendolyn Belts of Climax Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. Ernie I II'll A* Clerk of laid Court.A. J. Thomas, FI.OIIIItAl IM CHAN.
.ked: "Ua"e you I IPly han are in Jacksonville for two Ca., Is visiting Miss Doris Yarbrough. Mrs. Mary: Yarbrough ('IIU..I'r. (' u'IIT. nit ""'Oll" I (OFFICIAL SEAL) I In. I I Robert I" Harvey Plaintiff vs.lt.nit .
11M a. I Moncrief. rDU ...r\. K. Knight, Ktarke. Florida, I I
I FI.OI"'I 1'\1 Vllt4. I L. Harvey Iivfendant. Case
last HpefchT I I weeks while attending Girl Scout returned to Gainesville with her t'.1IU'. Atty. for Pit. 6-28 4t 7-19 No. 4* SWltDER.

'tltuent who 81180- Day Camp. Mrs. George Manassa and children telatlves fo- a visit.! William. ('. Archer. Plaintiff "". OF PUBLICATION
;;;;;-'r. I
I Cella Jlllla Archer. Uefvndant.. Case ix riiinir IIII tlP'tHt) AND NOTICP3 TO APPEARSTATE !!
and 48-f"
"l I hope *": I Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Roberts and George Jr., were :Mrs. Mary Scott of Caryvllle No. ('lIl"t' '13, Xt.<>HII>.l| l\: (''''': I OF FUOUIDA tot item.
baby, Barbara Ann of Baker dinner guests of Mrs. T. F. Grady and Miss Helen Harris of Grand ou'msn OK piTHL.iTioN .'Kill'. \1.1 I.f llnrvey, whom residence I* Unknown -
"- In Starke ANr/ NOTIOW TO APPKAH O. ,'. Kdward: Llovd. Plaintiff v ,
-- County are new Farm residents"I Sunday.Mrs. Ridge have been visiting Mr. and BTATK O K FLOH1DA to: Julia Idell. O Lloyd Defendant. Cans You are required to appear on

can't understand R. P. Stubbing. Sr., and Mrs. Richard Markham for some Lee Archer Whose reMlflenrf and No 4873.OltOKK. July 29. 1946 In the above nameSt'irt
steno 'uldri>.... la: 4024: OF
Knly Hoad Chattanooira. Pt'llLirATION and whereHn plaintiffSeeks I
[when she's such a treatboss's LOST 32 IDS. her grandson Charles Pulley, Jr.. time. Paul Yon of Jacksonvillewas Ten.. ANn NOTICE TO APPEAII divorce..u."h r a d ford County'ieiegrsph

eyes. he should of Tallahassee, arrived Monday of an additional visitor Thurs You are required< to appear on STATE (St.' FUmiDA to: Idell I halt publish this OrderIn
WIAR sill 14 ASAIN" July 29. 1946 In the O. Lloyd Whose .
mlsI last nliovo immed -e and pout newt four weekly Ueliea.Vltnea
nasty, about a few On *186 Ibe..Mi. IbYiOldIIO.S week to visit Dr. and Mrs. day.Mr. I oiirt and cause, wherein plaintiff. office address la (05 Meeting tit r..t, \ my hand and official
I letters. I weight wMkJjr with AY DS Vita, R. P. Stubbing and Mrs. Joseph S. Ford of s'cka divorce. lirailford County Charleaton B. C. 1 teal at Starke Florida, this Juno
min Candy Bediming 1'1.... Now Telenniph ahull publlnh this Order You are required to appear on 17. ..4...
abe....model'.Dew Your*.. Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs. Jacksonville"' were dl.itier guests In next four weekly lanuoii. I July ISth 1946 In the above named (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
rOII'U may or may not b. the J. M. Hembree were Mr. and Mrs.J. of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. CMpman WltnwHN my hand and official 'ourt and cause, wherein plaintiff Aa Clerk of eald Court
penenoe seol ar Stark.., Florida. this June aneka divorce V\r.AtnfA CiiMntvTalearaph Zaoh H. Doiifflaa, Ualneovllle..
never have to get _pI..... but Vlf try. ftftl this Bo*.Iet Mtut reducing&*... L. Cooper and baby of Gaines Sunday. 27. 19fe.- shall publish. -this-Order. Ally for Plf. 4-1H 4t 'f.ill

I about auto lubrication KmlU or money........ ville. ,(*'FftIAI. SEAL A. J. Thorns In next four weekly Innuee.Wltnemi '
Aa Clerk of said Court. IHV hand and official I seal IN: nm-fjiT cotmT. .HADfonoCOUNTY.
u bring your car here. IL clinical Ueta eondwrted by Rev. and Mrs. GIrault M. Jones Presbyterian Church S. 1-1. HarrIson, Iaw ICxchang-e. nidiff. at Starke. Florida this 21 d.of n.oHiuAi IN CIIAMJer'ry .
.larkannvllle June, 1946.OFFICIAL. I
never Florida. CEll Y.
where we
t job m.d oaldoc000.tncttb.o5IOp.rsoICast and children of New Orleans La., Atly. for Plf. .28 4t '-n ( SEAL' : ) A. J. Thomas, Wilson Plaintiff' v*. Ttiiby
t average In S few loetI6toI5ade weeke with were luncheon guests of Mr. and "Is America Trifling With I Aa Clerk of aald Court 1..... Wilson Defendant. Vase No.

the AVDS! VltaaolnCaodyReducing MW Mrs. J. C. Wallace Friday.In God?" will be the theme of Dr. 1'\1 (' rfiTroriiT. Jin tuponitVlila John J. Hwndnrion. I'Jmi. Ht. AUKUI- 00.
tine. Florida
Plan.Mo onnEU ov pcrnLiCATiONAN
Frank Bryson's sermon Sunday tl'iY. FI.OIII"1 1'\1 : _
( II.\'I!
a recent communication from. tiltv.: Atty. for Plf. e-33 4t '.18 > NOTICM 1X AI'PNARa'l'A'ri'l
IF OIL PRODUCTS ......1... No UiativM. No morning at 11 o'clock In the First U"rill..e Sumner Martin OP riOltinA to: ItthyLi's
dm Eat pLuM You don't oat Ftc Richard Woodward who has Presbyterian Church. tiff. v". Albert Daniel Martin. J>. IN cmrt'iT ('')i'IIT. niiADPniin W linen, whose reldn I* Un
fshing Polishing out naala." potato.Mo..you Juat mu a reenlisted at Ft. Bragg. N. C., Mr. fendart. o..e No. 4 4.OKDKK rOI'NTY, l'LOltIl.tm IN: CHAN. known.
out them down.S.mpl.when you The congregation In much encouraged OK ('EK 1'. You are required to appear en
Greasing anioy delioioua AYDB Vitamin Candy"' .... and Mrs. J. W. Woodward were by the large number of AND.NOTH'R PltllblPATlOV TO APPKAH Neva. Ulamancn. Plaintiff VM Alfred July .*>. 194..., In the above named -
....... only W.2ft lot 80 da 78' apply. T told that he has not been definitely 8TATK OF F1XUUDA to S. jlamunoo,, Drfendnnt. Cane Court and oauae, wherein plain:
& Lake young people attending the ser anlel Martin A.M. : Albert' No. 4l'!U. tiff seeks. divorcetlradford County
nple KOCH DRUG STORE assigned to any camp yet. vices. Dr. Bryson stated. The 1)lvIsi'n.!!' I.s.9 l. KearH ftrJv.X *t. ORDER: OF! PUBLICATION Telegraph shall publish I: u'I. 'Order
AND NOTICE TO APPEAII In next four weekly
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Johns of 1. Fleet l Pont office
StationPhone audience last Sunday was constituted New York. hand official seal
rvice Phone S3 N. V. STATE OF OKIDA to: Alfred Wltne my and
Tear Out This Ad Aa A Belle Glade came Wednesday to mostly of younger folks' You are) required to appear on S. llamancii. whose re.I.,."". I I.. 1664. at 8lark, Florida, this June K
179 visit Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence July 'it.! 1948. In the loin Avenue Brooklyn New York. 194$
who have been vacationing In the named AtA. J. Tho", .
ReminderUNDERSTANDING Court and You are required to appear on (OFFICIAL BE *.
I ger and other relatives In this summer resorts about our city and I seeks divorce, custody wherein And plaintiff.."ntrol'of I' July 20 1946, In the above named, A* Clerk I of said Court.: r
section of the state. minor child. Krailford! Court and cauae. wherein plaintiff Zarh II. Dmiula, Ualnevlll .Fla.
who are now returned. Telegraph shall County a"ek* divorce custody and control AllY. for Plf. e.u 4t 1.19nF
Mrs. J. W. Woodward returned publish this Order
An attractive bulletin board was In neat four weekly laiiuva. ,
Thursday from St. Augustine Witness my hand and official luron? rnitNTV V1r4rst'IOII
erected In front of the church IIIIAI>Fnilt> 4-OI'MTV
1 seal .t
Beach where she was the guest ofher this week and the pastor stated 27. 19f... 8tark": Florida, thl.* Jun. FOB TIIM VRAIt 1NnlNU KPTH'MHiail *0. IttUI I
the economy of management make upa for (OFFICIAL Report. of County Finance for the ending September 10. 1948 a*
sister Mrs. Gale ) A. J.
that Wilbur A. Scott of the Quigley Aa Clerk of Thomas reported to the Comptroller. by the Circuit Court and the) Hoard
primary quality of our Service whichis several days. She was accom- and Davis firm was largely n. H. Duncan Court. of County (CommlHHlonera of Kradford Count. Florida and I I.. hereby.

dedicated to the affairs and needs of panied home by her nieces. Misses responsible for making the markera Jackaonvllle, Id Lynch: Dltl. published under provision of "Section iSO J 04, ,M.Florida IKH. Htetiite-COMITHOtI* or 1541.
ALly for rif.
bereavement. ...., ._ ._ Max and Ann White of Atmore possibility. SU 4t 7.19 CONSOLIDATION OP ALT. FITND* ADMINISTElllSD DT COUNTY

Ala., who are visiting their Florida nrronr OF CONDITION or COMMIH3IONKK3KECKIPTH

relatives for some time. IK' CIRCUIT c.trnT. BHtnronnCOt'lTY. of KI.OKIItA Mtark I.flASK th. AT BTAHKH Cah Balance. October. I. 1(44 "'.ISO.15
FLORln.I CHAM.Ma'riraret Mint ml Klorlaa
Lt. Col. L. F. Chapman Jr., is .t .... Cl... of ...1.... 55 JUR. avo Current Art Valorem Taxe U7O'U.S7T.
Kednmpllon 141.14
spending his leave here with his Crllrlrer. PlaIntiff ".. IH 65. Licenses. 1.51047
DEWITT C. JONES neorlrerllf.er., Jr. Defendant. ASIScTe F..eu" Pee. ( Officer 0.00
County )
family. Coming from Honoluluvia Case No. 47(9.ORDEIl \oan. and dIscounts (Including Fine and Forfeiture o.oo
San Francisco. Col. Chapman OP PUBLICATION $1.84 ov e r. 16.30000Mlsceliaapous
SERVICE Itaclnar Commission
arrived in Jacksonville Sunday Unlt.4 States Receipt 5411.01
STATE OK KUDRIOA to: OeoraeW. Govern.ns.s . Tr"Daf..r.. ... .... JT11 .
Direttor -- Jr., wb .. renldenee la ohllsatlona, r- "t. p.
> "f
Funeral < e t
.v morning by plane and was met at 851) Crlggtv West ,Splller St., Wythevllle, rent. and Irllar..nte"d l tISS,7SIIl Hefundn J4al I.e.o.lnv'.lm.nt", ,tg, jfc 11 OK.lIT .

STARKE PHONE _TOur the airport by Mrs. Chapman Va. ObUllationot of Hlatea and.polltieai Total HecelptB 10,722.59
their sons and by Mr. and'Mrs. You are required to appear on subdivisIon 170.001.50
July 22 1946. In the above nam CMh. halauo. with other ,
local Funeral home enables us to L. F. Chapman, Sr. Upon completion ed Court and cau e wherein plaintiff banks Includingre. Total Available EXPKNDITUrtES 77.55D.M

offer conveniences and services not of his leave Col. and Mrs. aeeka divorce.ehall publIsh bradford this OpuntyTelegraph OrderIn cash erve Iterna balance In process and of flenernl AdmtnUtratlon 'U.II .14'., .
and their sons will live collection lAw Knfnrrenient A Court Coat 11,7'.18
otherwise available. Chapman neat four weekly laaueit.Wltneaa J2J.441.00
K..ad .* llrldge KxpendltureM 26.44.41
Dank .
C. my hand and offlelal owned
In Washington. D. fr..ml.
Welfare (All Phases) .16..17
Florida this June 'T.611 and
Real at Htarke
|ftinhh the highest type service at the lowest price and Mrs. J. G. Godwin and Mrs. W. flxluren t3.S36.81 11,04111 TraniiferMMlnrellanaouN Agriculture A Publicity 1I.41T.U 1.090.81) I
weekendIn 'OFFICIAL SEAM A. j. Thomas. Other assets
t ANT com F. Godwin spent the past IO,4H.15 Rxpenae 000
life insurance policy In force Issued by Aa Clerk of sail Court. .
Parris Island S. C., with WOV. I TOTAL ASSETS Temporary I)rbt 0.00 "
\, funeral. Consultation Chaa. K. Hess SH-0& R.altBlellf'l 2,760,351.4S
u payment In part or In full on a ... Funded Iiebt Including tnleret 0.110.
Jackaonvllle. Fla.
\ F. Godwin. .
Other Debt Kxpene 0.0') -
i DO obligation.IN. Atty. for Plf. -21 4t 7.12 Demand deposits of Indl.virtual .
Fourth of July visitors of Mr. *, part lnvetmnt 000
ner hlp
Unpaid Kill,. October I. 1944 0.01)Tot..1
I and Mrs. E. A. Griffis were Mr. NO TICK OK .APPLICATION: I and ropf>oratlona 1,511,37450 Atithorlaftd Expenditure 69,301.64:
: Time .
THKKIt: deposits of Indlldula
and Mrs. Lonnie Shadd and children house FOIL Hill No. 1862 part nerahlpa, Lean, II11 In Unpaid rlept. 20 194} 0.00

of Baldwin and Mr. and Mri NOTICE IS IIKREIIY liVEN. I Deposits and corporation of United State 699,41311 Net lburemenl ''''.SOI..'

Johnnie Shadd and children of that. T. J. Alderman the holder of Oovernment
THE SOtrnlEAST.t.AWajii the following! certificate ha* filed Deposits of Htatee. a" dpolltl..al 137.115.41 Cash. Balance September 10, 1945 .......11...
Starke.Mr. aid certificate for a tax deed to .
than any other.It and Mrs. M. W. Barton and, be issued thereon. The certificate Other deposits I subdivisions(certified 223.395.71 Total Disbursements .A Cash Ilalanc "'.551).1'

: their two young sons are now livIng description numbers and of years the property of l 1I..uan"and the the and etc.) officer check. 1I,7U.1T --- --- p-- __p.p.For .,_..'ow__ --- .

In the home in which Mr. and name In which It was aaaeaned TOTAL DEPOSITS UIIU.t03 117

Mrs. Richard Pierce lived untilITCH are Certificate.11 follows No.: 14 Year of I- Other llabllltlea 6.tl0.47 Safety, Comfort and Economy .

SI nuance &aH.fe."rlpllon. TOTAL LTAHILITIES (not
of Prnp..rly.E'rio including aubordlnatedolillwatlona FOR COURTEOUS
of NE'i' of HK'4 Sec. 14, Twp. shown below
7 1;. n. JO E.. containing 20 acre*. '
Name In whlth assessed II. L.Hou..h ) IJ.5H9.7I3. CORRECT (;, ....
*. I
I .
-- (Vrtl'flrate No. 29 Year of Iiiuanc i UlIflfI.1I1I INFORMATION
1944.1)escriltIofl! Hurplua loo.noooo
with $It"hlnlr of of Property, II Cndlvliled profit 13.0a'.05 9t' "7
Pleases I'hone
.. tormented 117
Are you setbltsS. Lots 39 Woodlawn Hoc. 14. Twp. HeHvrvo lAnd retirement
.rbbl ecxema athleteS, ptftrIlLslS foot l ra"he"ruptlann; .rectal 5, H K. 22 contalnlnw. 10 acres account fur pref errnlcuultul _, ,. .. ...
hI.I h assessed Un-
Name In w
., ) 12.612.39!
H'NJEER or other 'Iulrk t 'r"allsr1.cJu"UU"kin known: Hide Florida Greyhound Lines, Inc. Busses
I\t troubles For VICTORY.T' OINT ('ortificlits. No.5 Year of III- TOTAL PA PITA L A C. '

Jlrnn"MENT.results Developed tine for the the boys folks In uance. | 1944.JH'NcrIptIun. of Property.W COCNTH I80.H3H.44 UNION BUS STATION

the Army flOW offered crea."le.to antlueptiC. '4, of KV4 of HWW\ of HEW.\ Sec TOTA L t A H I L t T I FH T"mpleYfI.. U\CV CONWAV. Agent Stark. Flaw
back ho..e. White. chUdr..n. : 12 Twp. 6, 8. It. 22 10:., containing ANt ('A I' I TA L At'COUNTs ..
Safe for babieS or -_ ____ -_-_ --.. -
: p we !
you can't forget.VICTOILY 11) sores.Nanie $12,750,151 ..=. -
A naml In which assessed HolploCer'tlflrate
West +Thl "..nk'. capital ron-
.be. 1 66 Year of Inunnce .
Ao '- _am-a..a.Afls t'd. CSTARKE Stark.. b? Ko lists, of common stock
Is .
sold KO* II'** 1944.ru.erlption. with totAl par value of Yes! Sweeter Tastier Bread
C 'ftpsTE1t' :!! of Property.MWI 125.B/)1). .Oil ,
[OJIFCI -- --- '
and V.tOV., UIU; of RWVk H.... 14. Twp.. t.S. ,"F.'OR''D''
:K.: 22 K., containing arren. Pledged. assets 'and a...
rsssrfl Name In which assessed John curltle loaned ( book

"certificate. : No. $4 Year of re.uan" (a value> lr.I .B:. Government Ob- with FLEISCHMANN'SFRESH

DAY FRESHSEAFOOD 1844Dencrlptlon. Ilitatlona, direct amiuaranieed.
of Property pledged| to
I A >K| In 8W Cop of RV4 ofNW .""ur. depo.lts. I and
of HEV i Heo. a 2, Twp. 6. H. other. llahllltle 503.16491 ,
R. 23 K. containing I acre. (b) Other assets pledged -..
'atKingsley Name In which assessed J o. to secure deposit* and ,
Johnson: other I I a lllltle. (Including
andPOULTRY Certificate No. 10. Tear of I.- notea and bill ,
suance 1944.Iesc'rlptlofl. lcountd' and aecurltle .t
nf Property, sold under ...- ,4114YEAST
| BeachEvery Lot S of Plk 4. Security Home purchase avreement141.116.41 ,
Sit. In NW h of WWW Heo. 35. Twp. ,

.. H. R. 22 (e) TOTAl. 643,135.32Secured ,
Name In which a..d'n.- I

Thursday From 12 to 6 known Certificate: No. Ill Year of I..uance .- lIabilIties and. : preferred

1944.L.scriptlofl. Pepoelta 5 ee tired by
of Property, pld.ed a*.et. punuaat
HWH: of HWV. of HK'4! 14cc. 4. to requirement of law 346.14094/ ___

r' .
f.) TOTAf. 34<,140/ ." ,,
PRESENT THIS AD FORt h Subordinated obligation: .

(a) On date of report the \
required legal reeerve lii-
t EXPERT aalnt depoalt of Chic v
Free hank was 4nlt7.41 .- __.' .-_ 1
..0.--- W" 4. N., :,
(b) Assets reported borewhlrh .",
were eligible a*
amounted 'atee'"...,...w.
11\ legal reserve
.SWIMMING I', 2.149.1".11

| PICNIC' TABLES 1. th.f'. 8.,;..I.lba( Jr.,, do Cashier solemnlyswear of This active fresh yeast goes right to work gives .. J J

at the that. the above statement I* you full value because it's full strength. And bread .
that It fully and cor-
Large Room For true, and
rectlr. represent the true Hate of. made with Fleiachmann's active fresh Yeast tastes
Messing Accommodations the several matter hereinon
FINSand 0itepaj talned' and Pet forth to the beat sweeter, is lighter, more tender. .
of my knowledge and b'l'TfB. '

Ii Woe Suggest For A Good Meal TRY
ICKE-l, STEAK. FISH AND SHR1MT DINNERS SERVICE w.. n.r.. Sewellw wair.' active fresh Yeast with the familiar yellow

W, P. smith. label-America's dependable yeast favorite ..,. 'Z4.'J'

C0tage( Rooms, Apartments Reasonable Rates FEATHERSNext Chas. c. 8TATB OP" FTIRIDA.COIJNTT Directors for over three generation

OF DBAnronn .11.

Billiards Boating Bowling To Alvarez Store ShepherdAt me Sworn this to-5th and day subscribed of July, before 1944.

and I Hereby r-rtlfy that I .m not

1XGSLEy BEACH LOCATED ON BEAUTIFUL GLENN WOOD, Prop. Gay's Service Station .(SEAL n officer) or director JOtSEPIC of r.this WV1.4O4.bank.. q/a2a:4vr
IXGSLEy Blandinj
LAKE Next Door To Camp Notary PubliC.UI ,

U -_rJflee-. oamnileeloe. e.plr.. P ve. t, 1141.

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, the organization of a general IN ClRCtJlT
wscs held Monday afternoon, July 15, Lappes Return committee were heard Tuesday, COIJNT Y. FL08IU'\1"Ot'RT B '0,
Men Interested In National CIIIBY. ,
Ltias'Program( at 3:30 o'clock in the church. From Vacation; and announcements relative to Thelma tiff .Mary Shine Edward tll
Meeting Circle One Mrs. A. W. Anderson program details were expected 'lefendll.nt.vs Eugene Arthur tdP

1 1I I aka anqjoJar program) .and busl- chairman, will have the charge- Asked to Notify Major R:. G: Kidd Remodel Bakery the Bak- Tuesday.for the July next 23rd.Legion meeting STATE'ORDER NOTICE CaMe OF 1>No t'BLICATJO 44q x

: WOT mtlUxif mt the Woman's So-' of the program, and president Remodeling of Lappe Arthur 010' )tIDA lop!!

! My ar C3uiatian Service of the I II Mrs. W. E. Middleton, will Men Interested In National is presumed that the Starke out- ery W. Call street, was announcedthis which the Other floor matters of the busy discussed session from last U unknown.'Edwards' *'ho.. :tvltAtty. !$, ,
the business meeting. Guard enlistment were asked this fit would again be a member of week. The bakery are
Vtoat TMTT-1- Church will be preside over week included plans for entertainment ust 12, 18 5 a
head- had been closed because of flour aAu ttho
I week to get in touch with Major the 124th infantry, with i and ab -ar
, ....- Richard O. Kldd. Jr The Information quarters in Jacksonville. shortages, will be re-opened In ap- at the Legion Hall. 9tt asks divorce.caUae \Vhorel' h]
two weeks. sponsorship of a ball club, and Telegraph shall PubllgdtordCo
Plans' of the National Guard proximately
Is required, It was stated, In next
to find the number available for Advisory Board for Florida art Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lappe the active cooperation with Albert Wttn.ss my Weekly hand Ix,,,,.

reactivation of a Starke unit. I for two Infantry regiments, two proprietors, and daughters Beverlyand Lee Crosby new County Service _a 1948.t Starke. Florida/ ,and lhh orrloll

Clothingand Recruiting for the Guard will, field artillery battalion, anti- Alice have returned home Officer and a Legionnaire. Crosby (OFFICIAL .SEAL JUy

begin throughout the state on August -I aircraft and coast artillery units after a five-week tour of 16 will address the,next meeting, de- A.John Clerk Of Bald) COurt A. ,I' T b.

1st. it was announced Mon- and a reserve air squadron. State states. As have a number of scribing the, functions of his of- Fla. J. Hendereon, SL AUlO,

day, Actual organization of a Headquarters will be maintainedat other local vacationists they re- fice and It. advantages to vet- for Plf.

ShoesFOR local company depends upon a St. Augustine.It ported living and housing condi- erans. Ml*]

number of factors Major Kldd was stated that Florida with tions In the month to be some- Commander S. -rrenmark expressed IN ClnCtIT COt'nT

said and in particular a state Georgia and South Carolina, will what less than desirable. "Rents confidence in a growing COUNTY'' FLon.I BR"D lt: fk,

breakdown of regiments and battalions form three divisions, which will were very high aa compared to attendance at the semi-monthly N. W. Warren, Plalntlrr
I according to population be mustered Into the Federal ser- Starke" Mrs. Lappe said. "Tour- :I meetings. He declared that Case No.g4919tt'arren. ,-berPl

distribution of various areas. It vice on September. let cabins usually ran around $12 "Members wiio want to get on, !

a night for? one family., the ground floor of activities now ANDENOTICEP'rr'; O Apr lDS
Entire STATE
The OF \
FamilyEvery "In St. Louis the housewlvea planned will: do well not to put Virginia Warren FLORIDA, to: "
Proposed County Budget Up 30 Percent and whooo
formed bread lines and rioted to off attending these sessions. The addrees.le unknown, r'ld

But No Increase In Tax Levy Necessary get a loaf of bread. Meat was Legion is a democratic organization Auguetal2, required to apPlr
.,. scarce.' Could cuts was the only and the new and old members ed Court and, causelw' trove
day is bargain day (Continued from 1) "' have in its tiff-seek. dlYorce. nradfordeeu'
; page kind available in most places and equal'voice pro Telegraph shall UbltHh
one restaurant owner told us he'd cedure. Those not present at recent In next four weekly teen p
Purchase of New Equipment ____-_____________.w__- 6,000.00 Witness my hand and IHHu.a
not had a piece of beef for six meetings'should especiallyturn at Starke orllclal
at the .* Insurance ___________________-,.-__________________.___ 500.00 or seven months. out July"23rd and learn what 19411.- Florida, this JUII

Timber & Other Materials for Bridges& Culverts __..,'.'__ 10000.00 "The most reasonable rate for the Legion has in store for the A(OFFICIAL. Clerk, of SEAL Bald A, 1. Tb

__ __.'. ____ ___ ___ ._____ ..Frank Court'T.
Incidentals .-_ _. __ A. .. _, i2,000.00 accommodations, we found) was coming summer and fall months Landrum, ,..
for BlBr7
at Washington, D. C., where a : Pit kNoW

TOTAL ________________.______..____*_________:..___..:.-- $ 42,000.00 hotel charged only $4." Route One Residents Notice !,:
FUND While in Washington the Lappe hereby 1I'1..n| list,

Store.A Salaries _______________________________________-_____- $ 1,620.00 family visited the Senate duringa Will Get Daily a Bradford meeting County In FlwffiTVrtif: : ,,'

Office Supplies and Expenses __.__._________________- 250.00 vote on OPA. Delivery of Mail K toner, rioom In the the County County r?,"
I home at 10:00) o'clock A.
Rust loth, A. n. ... y-
it II i ,
TOTAL, _______________________________.:._________ .--- $ 1,870.00It Claude Wiggins, Dally mail delivery for residents pone of hearing complain The, I'f'f'owner
along Rural Route One (Theressa) or aicentu of
was therefore resolved that the Clerk of the Circuit Court be I Native of Starke Hoa 1 I''Eatate. Personal otrnen
this week Post-
was announced by I intangible VnSm1value
directed to have the foregoing estimates as made by; the Board of ,. of Personal
The which b.y'
Killed In AccidentClaude master Fred F. Stump. new have ,
County Commlsslonrs published In a newspaper In the County by service replaces a trl-weekly by the' County Aeeeenr of%

one insertion, and a copy thereof, 'properly certified, forwarded to Garland Wiggins, 25, a schedule which was found to be au-J.By accepted order of the by the Board' Bnnrrt iif,Co

\ \ the Comptroller of,,the State of Florida. native of Starke, and hU'' wife Inadequate.Other Commh'Slo' *, J.jny!THOMAS 9, ut.
\ A. J. Thomas Clerk. M. O. Harrell, Chairman. Willie Jun '"" Wlggliw, 22. were changes in rural delivery It Cl

.. killed In a head-on: cram betweena effective July 1st. include incorpo-

laundry truck and a Navy bus ration of the KIngsley Lake partof
r WCTU Met Friday Mrs. J. M. Mitchell In Jacksonville early last week. Route Two into Route One, re-

a In TabernacleThe Hostess at Luncheon Wiggins had lived in Jacksonvilleabout ducing mileage of the former. .
four years and was employed from 82 to 62 miles. HavingA

Laura H. Scott union of the Mrs. J. M. Mitchell entertained as a machinist at the Mer E. .M. Davis continues as car-

Woman's Christian Temperance Saturday at noon with a three- rill-Stevens shipyard.He rier for Route Two, and Mrs. Wedding SHave .
Is survived by two sons, Louise McRae for Route One. Mrs.
Union met last Friday afternoonat course luncheon In honor of Mrs
Claude and Bobby Wiggins of McRae is serving during the'absence -
3 o'clock in* the Tabernacle.Mrs. J. L. Briggs of .Jacksonville. A Lufkin, Texas and his mother, of her husband, Donald Mc, e

"" Jennie Thornquest. vice- .cut glass bowl adorned the center Mrs. Ida Powers of Lawtey. One Rae whose return from the Oc

president, presided over the meet- of the table which'was arrangedwith of his brothers Ozzle Bell Wig- cupation _Forces In Japan is expected the Pictures

'f Ing In the absence of the presi- red radlance*roses. Among gins, also lives at Lawtey.Mr. !In approximately ,two
and Mrs. Wiggins! were rid- months Made by
dent, Mrs. O,E. Stansbury.The those attending this delightful af-
ing in a laundry service truck together
room where the members fair with Mrs. Mitchell and the with another Mr.
Crucial MeetingOf T. H. Osborne
V were seated was beautifully decorated honoree were: Mrs..A. Z. Adkins, and Mrs. A. J. Wlgglna, and had

rJ with cut garden flowers Mrs. Joe Wilson Mrs. J. M. started on a trip to Wildwood. It District Scouters WRITE BOX 42S

Brownlee ,Mrs. J.. H. RItch of Is said that an approaching auto-
and potted plants. Called for Monday OR CALL AT
Jacksonville Mrs.,.E. K. Perryman, mobile made a left turn directly
k This A Washday Scene The meeting was opened with and Mrs.,1..A. Davis. In front of the laundry truck Scouters of the New River District 1100\EK BROS. STIDIO
song and Mrs W. N. Johnson led
causing Its driver to swerve tj the
Boy Scouts of America, will
the devotional using as her topic I j Birthday Fish Fry left of the highway, crashing Into meet Monday, July 13, at the

part of the' fourteenth and lit the Navy vehicle. Stall'Farm Canteen r with dinner
In For Mrs. ,
YOUR Home? teetith chapters of St.' John.A Johns The laundry truck was still in to be served at 6:20: o'clock. The

short business session waa .. Mrs. EftlerJlitirjs: wast honored- flames when a' Jacksonville fire ,meeting, described as "Crucial", DO 'YOU, KNOW ABOUIROACHES

presided over' by Mrs. Thorn- by her friends And. 'relatives on engine 'arrived' at the scene and Was*called this week by the Rev. .. ?
Here's ** quest and she presented'an articleon the two Women were dead in the L. A. Shepl\erd. chairman of the .
formula freedom her .
a !o more : Just birthday anniversary. July 4, wreckage. Claude died WhetftTou *flfht ro c*.t ,
the origin of the WCTU, with a fan. try at"Lake Lock- Wiggins district'"There try tot get rid of them all r
pack up yOUr washday: troubles pick up the assisted by Mrs. McRae and Miss loosa. .Among Ole out-of-town four hours. later in St. Vincent's has been some question just kill the few that you r
hit with dunt or I It
Wallace. The meeting closed with Hospital, A. J. Wiggins. his as to whether our New River Dis- spray
guests enjoying the occasion were walk' Into a powder by ace*
phase and ask for our quality laundry service sentence prayers, Mr. and Mrs. J. J/Gross, Mr. and nephew was. only, slightly injured. trict will be permitted to continue

-t&ea rej&x. Our charge (or this ;modernuumderhig Mrs. Eddie! Gross, and Mrs. Mena as a separate' district, and this ?K-3-D
Ladies Auxiliary McCrutchen of Jacksonville; H. Doctors Occupy matter may be decided at this ROACII KILLER

{ is so moderate-though it seem D. Carter of Maxville; .Mr. and Fine New Offices meeting" the announcement stat i IS, DIFFERENTRoachea
Met TuesdayThe Mrs... M, D.- Carter of Lawtey; ed. eat It because they I Ii

llie It a luxury-It actually saves you not 'only Presbyterian' Ladies Auxi- Wilmot Webb of High Springs; On Thompson Street Following the dinner Scouts II to It. use.They,Non-po8onou dry up! and die.to 81 tn

and ,W. R. Webb of Hawthorne. will report to the Community and pets. '
tiaw and energy but also money. Be washday liary met Tuesday afternoon'In Offices of Dr. W. E. Middletonand House at the State Farm at 8 I
15c and 25c Pkg
the Sunday School building with Dr. J. M. Hembree
free 'Call were p. m. the regular Board of
; today. the v Ice -president, Mrs. O. E. opened Monday In the handsomenew Review. atSistrunk

Stansbury, presiding. A discus- Local Items professional building on South Feed and
sion was held In regard to the Thompson Street. IN CIRCriT COURT, aRADFORDCOUNTY
Using as a
STARKE DRY CLEANERS Restoration Fund and plans were Mr and Mrs .A. J. Muller o nucleus the original Middleton off ,_ FLOHlDAl IN CHANCKRY. Seed Co.
made for reaching the $900 quota Haiti J. Woodn Plaintiff, Va'. Par FLORIDA
fice building, which STARKE,
which the local church has Summit,N. J., are"guests of Mr. they recently nell Wood, Defendant. Cage No.
agreedto and Mrs. Earl B. Searing of purchased. Dr. Hembree and Roy 1at2. Mfg. by McPhall Product

ONE and LAUNDRY STARKE, meet during the next three Starve: and Mr. and Mrs. Glen. Ward of Carpenter's Drug Store, ORDER NOTICE OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR Orlando, Fla.
The decided to ask
2* FLA. Searing of KIngsley Lake. have converted the structure Intoa STATE; -FLORIDA to: Parneii
Dr. Bryson to deliver a ,sermon Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marshall modern medical plant, com Wood, ipvhoee, residence Is unknown.
soon at which time he You are required to appear on
very might
and children made a business trip pletely equipped with the newestof Auicunt 12, 146. In the above named
I explain to the congregation ex to Wlldwood Friday'of last week. x-ray and other equipment.The Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Free Hearing Clini actly what the fund is and whatit seeks divorce. Bradford County ,
Sgt. and Mrs. B. Cohen and lower floor of the building Telegraph hall publish this order
>tLGreen's will do. A collection will betaken la comprised of In nejrt four weekly Issue .
son, Merrill of Baltimore Md., waiting St.
up one Sunday of each Witness my hand and official seal ,115 Lafayette
are spending ten days here with rooms for white and colored, space at Starke, Florida, this July 11.
quarter to be added to the fund. Mrs. Cohen's parents Mr. and for secretary's desk, doctor's consultation 194..
The (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. July 18 1-5 P.M.Louis .
society welcomed Mrs. J. R. ;
I Mrs. Wesley Andrews at the An !room three treatment A. Clerk of said Court.
i Kite as a new member and it waa drews' summer home on Mid rooms x-ray room, eye-ear-nose- Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville. Fla.
Grocery decided that the next meeting will Lakes. and-throat room and laboratory.At Atty. for Pit. 7-lJ 4t 8-8

; be held at the home of Mrs. C. F. Mr. and Mrs. Errol Alvarez had present. Dr. Middleton will IN CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD

Ward with Mrs. Mae Dickens In as guests on Independence Day continue with his schedule of CEBY.COUNTY FLORIDA| 1ST CHAN- 4.yv4

i charge of the program. Mr. Alvarez' mother .Mr W. M. morning office hours, and Dr. Grace Moore, Plaintiff, vs. Alex 'c'
I Yokum Hembree who is "still of Moore, Defendant. Cane No. 4*13.
II I and his brother and sis head the ORDER OF PUBLICATION
And Market Baptist Circle ter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur medical staff at the State Prison, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

Has All-Day Alvarez, all of,Jacksonville. will have afternoon office hours. Moore STATE, whose OF residence FLORIDA Is unknown.: Grace
MeetingThe The floor of the .You
Lyouls Shafkln bas returned upper building are required to appear on
from Miami Beach ana 'wUl remain contains,, a suite of three rooms August and 13. 18... In. the above named
members of Circle Three Court cause, wherein plaintiff e
here for several weeks. The to' be occupied by Dr. R. P. Stub- seeks.divorce. Bradford County
Missionary Society held local merchant Is maintaining his I bins, dentist. His office will be Telegraph shall publish, this Order
their In
regular last next four
monthly meeting weekly Issues. '
.1,; week at the KIngsley Lake home Call street residence but will opened to the public as soon as Witness my hand and official ads

of Mrs. E. W. Hayes with an all spend part of the summer months equipment is installed possibly by seal 1146.at Starke,,Florida, this July ii.

day meeting and at the south Florida resort next week. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand The old building which was used Aa Clerk of said Court.
Full Line For the better Zach: H. Douglas, OalnesrllU. Fla. -
as a nucleus for the
daughter new struc-
the members SOClall'atherlnl"l Jeanette of Orlando Att. for Plf. 7.11 4t S-l
"Soul Winning" left for Marianna Saturday ture was built by one of Starke's .

tion of Mrs. 8. E. Sparks who Is after a brief visit with Mrs. Mc- early physicians, the late Dr. Nelson WOMAN LEARNS

Groceries & leader of the circle. Mrs. Hayes I Lendon's parents, ]Mr. and Mrs.E. T. Francis in 1009. It has INSIDE FACTSA
Meats been > a
S .Matthews. They will visit completely altered however
delightful luncheon to woman \
recently stated
"I k
I relatives In with the first floor arty.
the Tennessee and also greatly en
About ,
group. eight members something terrible
were present to enjoy the hospitality : plan a trip to Mexico City dllrllUtelr.month's /g larged the entire, a second structure story added, and felt miserable all the war time, wrong stomach I ,

Ata..onahle of Mrs. Hayes. vacation. They will covered witha felt
j It was tied In a knot
be accompanied to Mexico by Mrs. coat of stucco. had dun A. Stegmann
headaches, sour vtoraachand
CARD OF THANKS I Matthew Acoustician
We wish to thank our many, Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Bryson had Legion Plans Event ID4lc-tlon.constantly causing troubled with )Oritd
Prices friends for the beautiful flowers I as houae guests last week Mr. and uncomfortable You are cordial* cUJit
and the of Mrs. Charles Dunton of Tarpon For Returned Vets tightness Then I tried FlorIda tend this, better beAring
many expressions sym IJvra
Ton and
pathy during oar recent bereavement Springs, and Dr. and Mrs. D. M. In September more dlaeove1Wh1' free examination oats
people use thin wonder world'
Lyle of St. floe 'of the
Petersburg. who
-The McCall ,famUy.W.C.T. were ful medicine st
enrouU to Further ; remits were all hearing aid, Acou
Chautauqua N. Y. Dr. plans and recommends
0 that
I friend
my had
Lyle is tions said they POWER UNIPAC.
ex-moderator of
the Prey by way of early preparationge would be, relaxed
bytery and formerly held lar for the Bradford Veterans Home sleep no moreroleely .I' b
U. and prominent churches In Penn coming in September and that grand feeling o fworld other bearing
were made vigorous' health." offers, ANALYTIC Sip
sylvania. Tuesday night at a business )
629 N. Walnut St. ing of the American meet FLORIDA IJVRA TONE, the TESTING. HE.aft LL
The world Legion. SELECTOR
today needs men. ',Pep-Up laxative Ja probably Just ,
not those whose minds and willpower Episcopal VestryThe Initial steps toward the celebra what you need too. Start today EIGHT MAGNETICPLUS RECJ\

have been weakened or tion to be staged In a first, an- aad feel grand tomorrow. Sold THREE )usTERECEn'ERS. *

destroyed by a desire and craving -I Rev. Fred Terkes. acting niversary observance of the close at all Drug Storee.Allv.. .
Telephone 86 for alcohol and tobacco. pastor of St. ;Mark's EpiscopalChurch of the war, 'were made at the .
e Henry Ford. has announced that there previous meeting. Civic organize The greatest .erlr,of

"There lan't a thought In a will be a meeting of the Vestry: tions throughout the county will CHILLS&: I FEVER controlled r e c e Ivu t'<<"

hogshead of. beer. There lan't of the Church on Friday night at it is beUeYed.'ahare In sponsoring DUE TO :your Individual he rln ll 1o"t
-We Deliver In .City- an Idea In a whole brewery._ 8 o'clock at the Church rectory. a program featuring entertainment MALARIA aPpplatrn

9 Theodore Roonevelt. Members of the vestry are urged public speaking recognition Evening byaGlllr

to be present at this Importantmeetln ceremonies, a barbecue and nth -

lL. L L I letic event. Recommendations in BY666