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: August 2, 1946
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Official County Publication Established In 18778TAKKK -


[ Elected to Head : Legion Begins
Conner Called
Drive to Finance Blanding "Important Cog"In

Vet HomecomingPlans

Farmers State Organizatione for the Veterans Homecoming War Department's Future Plans

and Labor
Day celebration
Conner 17, of Starke, was elected state presi- were
momentum this
Farmers of America Wednesday night !
he Future week. A drive for $2,000 to fin-
,e FFA state convention now in progress at Camp | ance the event was begun, and Ex-Restaurant Man Florida National Guard Given PermitTo

ear High Springs. 1 full cooperation was promised by School BudgetUnprotested Train There Still Under
he same time, Doyle Crews 17, also of Starke, was 1 H. Frost Bailey, State department From Cleveland

vice-president of the organizayouths commander of the Legion. It Is Buys Property HereAfter Federal ManagementA
I believed that Bailey and Arnold :

are members of the Brad- j| Mitchell, representative of the organization's visiting Starke early In statement' made at a meeting of the State Armory

,nty FFA chapter and this is the ,t will which be present National for Headquarters the celebration Awaits State 0. K.A the tour summer of Inspection and later of other making Florida a Boardln the Army Tallahassee Ground Wednesday Forces to the by effect Col. Kenneth that Camp Buchananof Blan-

Include ad-
Florida club's 'history that communities, George H. Van
in the has been
ie simultanuftusly elect- t dresses by a number of state officials pfy, retired restaurant operator dinK designated as: a "divisional training point"and
officers were and civic leaders. discussion by taxpayers of of Cleveland, Ohio, returned here that it is an "important cog" in War Department plans

Ihe same local chapter. The local post announced, that the proposed 1946-47 school budget last week and made extensive In. augurs well for the future of this $42,000,000 military installation

I, Ferguson, county vocational-agri- the day's program tentatively will presented for a hearing Monday vestments in Starke property. eight miles east of Starke.

Instructor, whose efforts were large- Include a parade headed by a at the Courthouse, brought "After taking a look around I Col. Buchanan's comment was made during a meeting

stole for the establishment of the, there visiting drum and bugle corp, forward expenditures.no objection: as to Increased told my wife 'let's go back to attended by heads of the Florida National Guard and representatives

* three years ago and whose welcoming ceremonies, a band Starke', and here we are," Mr. of the Army Ground Forces and the War De-

|nd constant efforts since then have concert, additional music and entertainment :I Although the new budget total Vanpfy told the Telegraph yes partment General Staff. Purpose -
181,961.86 than
more that of 1943-
to its a horse race, a tet'day. "We liked Starke much
chapter present
Ihe of
Bradford the elMlonoI
46 advance -4 + to
no is to be made In "
that "This is | memorial service, a mammoth better than any place we vial ted, C. G. BarksdaleTo
of success, stated a great honor for barbecue the general school tax. Necessary work out Home plan whereby
chapter and for Doyle. He is a fine and worthy I I I and a street dance at funds will be received through a Upon their return last week, the National Guard could U8 a
night. Everyone will be invited. Mr. and Mrs. Vanpfy rented an
'' levy of 6 1-2 mills on non-exempt parts of the reservation for
an> > I Committeemen, which apartment In the Carl Johns building
: Included StoreC.
_ Crews, bothat I property in the county, providing Open training although the camp
and Tiny Footprints j Representative N. D. Wainwright at 10th and Church Streets.
$22,936 district levies
; amountingto
Bradford High Jr., County Commissioner E. L. They decided to ask Mr. Johns If will continue to be managed

xt term, are attend- Indicate BurglaryIs Crawford, Major Richard O. Kidd total$22,576$33,000; racing and funds state, expectedto sources, he would consider selling the O. Barkadala successful: by the Federal Government.

tate FFA convention Juvenile Job Jr., and S. G. Denmark reported totaling $Il .023.37. I building, found him in a receptive Starke merchant who closed his Under the agreement reached -

July 22 and assurance of full cooperation by mood and now the Vanpfys own store here In 1945 when a renhuf- Wednesday, the Florida National
gan the roof The city's Juvenile delinquency townspeople and organizations.Street The budget, calling for the four apartments which comprise flit of property forced him to vacate Guard will be allowed exclusive

night with ,elected- problem appeared unabated this decorations for the day tures In the amount of $exptmdl.1 this property. his location will reenter the use of the facilities it

i Crews the Is newly attending as week with the robbery, Saturday will be provided by the Rotary 79 month, is of subject the: State to I Later, In conversation. with Dr. business field shortly, having leased needs under special War Depart.

of the localn or Sunday night of the L. F. Club. Other details to be super M. B. Herlong, they learned that the ground floor spore In the ment llcunites. This concessionwas
;I delegate Conner is In at- ("Monk") Dlnklns Service Station. vised' by local clubs will Include' of Education. No major changesare he wan planning to retire August L. A. Canova building on the made, presumably, because

and ta- Tiny footprints were left In the concessions, the street dance en. expected. I I 1 and was willing to dispose of southwest corner of Call and Walnut Standing/ wits originally plannedas
ii a special represen split oil by a youthful offender I 1, tertainment and the parade. The County Superintendent Arthur some of his property. Consequently Streets. This property was a National Guard training camp
public Is Invited to the O' who removed a window pane Chamber of Commerce The WornI R. McRae said that,the increasesover j I the Vanfys bought two occupied until recently by Pruck- I after old Camp Foster had been
remonles at Camp crawled In and helped himself to I an's Club, the Junior Woman's last year are accounted for I concrete block houses and an extra IIr'. Jewelry store. absorbed by the Jacksonville

Sit. I cookies, pennies and cigarettes.The Club and the Boy Scouts of in much-needed I m p r o vementa, lot from Dr. Herlong on N Mr. Barkadnle stated yesterday Naval Air Station. It was around

:ion to( his admlnlstra- pennies and cigarettes were I America were named other new construction purchases, (Including Walnut St.Tlaey that he has enjoyed his "rest this) National Guard nucleus that

a as president of the left In the rear of the station, but groups that have'promised among active \ the USO building) and in 1 I are well pleased with their but that he will be glad to be the huge training camp was built.

i, Conner will represent the youngster carried with him a I support. the Increase In teachers' salaries. I purchases and plan to "take It back In business again. As formerly Col. Buchanan stated that many
at the The of all schools will his store will offer line
ture Farmers faculty easy" after their "hard years" In a
dollar bill which had been framedas other camps which have been declared
Veterans servicemen
and and I
FA convention In Kan- I receive a 10 percent basic raise the restaurant business of notions, piece goods and ready-
the first spent in the station surplus are being! kept on
families in all communities
| leo, this faIL The plus the $5 increase awarded for to-wear for men, women, and
The theft was discovered Monday I a caretaker basis pending final
and sections of the will
FA Includes 115 state county each additional year's experienceup children. He has been In the dry
totaling about 40,000 morning. I share in the program. It was to a maximum of 10 years A Sen. Johns Buys goods business most of his life disposition of legislation callingfor
1 I universal
t Dinkins asked that Starke citizens I{' stressed that while the plans were budget for transportation costs coming to Starke from Inverness military training.

keep on the lookout for the begun by the Legion, the day is was advanced from $22,830 to eight years ago. Colonel Walter J. Truss of the
onner won another Big- bill which he would like returned I for the benefit of all veterans, regardless $30,000 because of maintenance Plant InterestPurchase The building Is being renovated War Department General Staff

Monday night when he "for sentimental reason." It can of affiliation.Assistant expense. Greater consumption of to suit his needs, and the openingdate said Camp Blanding has about

of five Florida farm be Identified, he said, with the gasoline with the end of rationing was not announced. 9,600 buildings at present. Some

receive one of the cov- words "Best Wishes" and an Indecipherable ,,was named a factor. McRae of half Interest In the 6,804 ftvaman'and 19-man hutments

agricultural scholarships signature that was I Coach. stated that last year's Inadequate Starke Ice Company by State Sen- of the :"Theatre of Operations -
Br okea Student
annually by the State scrawled on it,by the first custom: : budget for this Item' as amendeda ator Charley E.'Johns has bean :. ;" Jtyp.,'Wsllfyt..bP disposed of
Association The award mer. ?. .-; '/ number of times and finally announced. Senatofr John shares Picked to Attend ; because of afro iv temporary na

I during a banquet"Mon-' Local police were reported to be Signed For BBS totaled 29000. ownership with J. M. Edwards "Boy's State" Event ture and the maintenance problem
Other bulldIngs
at Camp they ,present -
down" six
"shaking youngster New expenditures, including : R. V. Coleman the former part
| a native of this county ; suspected of delinquency.A. I new busses of An estimated coat ner, will move to. Tallahassee Stanley Crosby, of Ilrooker, has -memtialls, latrines, recreation
i of Mr and Mrs. Leon I Shad Bryant first-string wing of $15,000 were noted In the,, Previously a resident of Lake been named by rest 1'6. the I facilities-will be retained.
bid resides with his parhtir back with the Clemson Tigers In Increase of from Coleman In the Ice business Director C It. Overman of the
C. Promoted capital outlay i City, was American Legion, to attend "Boy's
Long I
has the Bradford Florida Improvement Commission
( farm six miles west the late Joined $4,993. to $19,400. \ here for 18 months. State" at Tallahassee August 25th.
|. where he "learned a By Texas CompanyA. High faculty and wtfl, serveas I II suggested that the Federal Government
I A debt service Item of $18,000 I Crosby, 16, will be one of al
assistant coach with might turn the hutments
farming first hand. : the new I covers $12.00O In outstanding gen- Waldo Ball Club selected to gain Information '
he 1944-45 and 1945-46 C. Long, son of Federal ,, the Purple Tornadoes. eral school bonds (Issued In 1923 group to State and over to the State but no action
|of the local FFA, served Judge A, V. Long of Gainesville,, The announcement by Coach plus $6,000 Interest. I II Open For Dates ment.as The Legion-sponsored City govern project I was taken on the proposal.

i on his chapter's: par- and formerly of Starke has been j Carson Geiger yesterday added I General control (office and With Starke Nine affords students'. opportunity ) Addison Martin area real estate

cedure team, rep. promoted from the position of that Bryant will probably coach legal) expenses showed an Increase 'I to observe stat departmental operation I, manager and disposal officer of

dtyd FFA In public manager, sales division, foreign 1 the basketball and, track teams.! A of $11,079 to $11,720 due The Waldo ball club IH open abetted by classroom In the Corp of Engineers, reportedthe

jconte-U for two years sales department, to assistant to foursquare athletic program will to raise In salaries I'for three dates with a Stark struction. The veterans Government had spent about

was president of hisr the vice president of the Texas II thin year include the addition of Fixed charges rose from $6,179 nine T. L. Hamiter announcedthis lion appoints a r pre.. oraanhill-I 142.000,000 on Camp Illandlng
: class! served on FFA Company, by which he has been track: and baseball. to $7,781 with Insurance required I week. Some local players each: 200 member I with $21.000,000 of the sum going

Mdging teams two years, employed since 1930. !' Bryant, a native of Tennessee, In the acquisition. of the USO have already accepted the offer Young Crosby Is a student at : for buildings, Other Improve
'10 years was the local Long Is a former resident of 1, was a team-mate of Banks Mac- building.: I Hamiter said, and are organizinga Bradford High ments Included railroad lines a

'gate to the state ,FFAthe Gainesville and was born in Fadden, Clemson All-American. The plant ope ration budget, hard-ball team to play In the sewage disposal system and utili

n. Starke in 1904. I Geiger said the new coach brings! which: last year was $13,233, was opening came of the series Thursday ties lie added the salaries of
"Texaco Rites Last Friday firemen, guards. and riders
of the range
new sixth vice-presi The June Issue a wealth of experience and trainIng decreased to $10,700 with the re- August 8th.
he son of Mr. and Mrs. Topics," a trade publication of the 1 and should make a valuable classification of maintenance and Sportsmen here believe a local For Buddy PrevattFrancis now employed at Blandlng total

11"$ of Starke, and re- gasoline concern, announced the I contribution to the team. Bryant repair costs as a separate item, aggregation will provide satisfactory about $70,000 monthly.

h his parents on then promotion of Long, and said: I was stationed here during service set at 11000. opposition and are enlistingthe : Buddy Prevatt, 60. died
near here. "Born In Florida In 1904, Long : with the Infantry. Reserves and cash balances for services of all experienced Wednesday morning, July 24, at Rotarians Discuss

|'rge extent. Conner'sthe received his early education in ;i Fall training for the approach- the new school year of $53.127.57, players, "regardless. of age" his; home near Lawtey. He was a Plans for New Year
result of his own that state, and then attended I ling grid season will get under way as compared to the previous balance Candidates for the team are re- lifelong resident| of Bradford

Ion and initiative, forced ion Institution at Marion, Ala. He :Monday: August 12, with all members of $24,74098, was attributed quoted to notify Hamiter at the County and was engaged/ In the Discussion of the year's program

his candidacy: and was graduated from the IT.In S.1926 Naval ,, 1 and squad candidates asked chiefly: to receipt of a record a- Florida Bank In Starke, or Coach occupation: .of farming.He of activities as recommended by

ducted his campaign, Academy at Annapolis four I to turn out for preliminary conditioning mount of racing funds. Carson Geiger. Is survived by his widow. the Alms A Objects Committee
i replete with a cam- and served approximately and scrimmage. Geiger --_ Mrs. Susie l Prevatt; three daughter. featured the luncheon meeting of

r.lger and printed cam- years in the Navy. of I indicated that an early start Is Concerning Two More Men ., Miss Louise Prevatt, Mrs. the Rotary Club Wednesday.

bearing his picture "Long entered the services I essential for the boys to be In Facts Received Klzxle Mae Bell, and Mrs. Roslel I'I On behalf of the club, J. C.

'cations.' His friend the Texaco Company on January I I shape by the opening game, On Bradford's List of Dead and Missing Baxley; five sons, Francis, Rufus. Hoover president presented ahandsomely
i campaign and 1, 1930 as service station supervisor I scheduled for September 20th, at Raymond Clyde, and Ralph Pre|I engraved wall placquar
and then representative. Information concern- MM. Ruth Morse, home service vatt brother. Jeff Prevatt all,
Mention Crews impressed 'Gainesville. Additional ; a to E. L. Matthews, Immediate past
Jon to such an extent In 1931 he was transferred to The coach declared_ that me ing two men on Bradford Coun I chairman: of the Bradford County of Lawtey; and a sister, Mrs president.It .
department as general' anil missIng Red Cross Chapter has been l Ocala. I
Cl ,
Ty was "his man" elect- the export in 1934 prospects for the new year are ty's official list of dead Information Susie < ridge was announced that the
and In
for Ireland received since publication helpful supplying held Fri
manager he said "the has been Funeral services were
himself ,
was voted Into Nethersland good. "Chances Johnnie Jenkins Board of Directors will have a
.ant office. went to The Hague. will a more than satisfactory of the list on July 19. At concerning: Pvt. day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the )I
as manager of the Dutch subsid boys account give of themselves during that time the Telegraph stated (colored), another on the list of grave In Dyal Cemetery with thei luncheon: meeting regularly on the

succeeds Sandy Johnson iary. Returning to the United He believes that five men included on the lint dead and miming who was not Itev. Buddie Harris officiating I second Monday of each month.

M president. The appointed a tough with the local board.
In 1940. he was with the local registered
States were not registered
the team
President is Forest assistant to manager, central territory public Interest In Service Board and thatno He was the son of Josephine
of Quincy, who ac- domestic sales, and In 1941 will be higher than In any pre- Selective information concerning them Jenkins of Lawtey who has sine Morse Family Beats High Cost of Vacationing I

rted Conner during his hecame assistant manager of the vious season. could be obtained.We moved to North Charleston 8. C, With Unique Homemade Collapsible Trailer
The two defeated cane Chicago division. "If as many as 40 are presentfor Indebted to C. W Col- Pvt. Jenkins' death was of non-
president are Lynn Long was, early training,' he said, "the are battle cI..lflcation'reaulUng from of vehicles from the
"During the war of Water Street for complete Mr. and Mrs. William R. Morse, approaching:
Chlefland and Wallace granted a' military leave of absence -: school will lay plans for a with'B'squad son Information concerning But. Walter drowning'" while swimming In the on Richard sod daughter Sylvia rear.. Though extremely light, the

c"tneevlUe.kenll and in 1943. after 14 monthsof to play a schedule smaller O. Dymond one of the men South Pacific. returned recently from a four trailer does not away It was stat
government service, he returnedto other 'B' teams and list of "unknowns". Mr. weeks' motor tour of the East.
Outs Enjoy the company as assistant man- schools. In this way all who turnout I' on Col our on states that Dymond cameto There are still three names on During the journey they visited ed. Mr. Morse plans additional

*t ager of the central territory. On will have a chance at regular Starke In the Spring of 1942 the dead and mlsnlng list concerning relatives and friend In Rhode features tot the Invention.

Kingsley January I, 1945, he was transferred competition." from Unlontown( Pa., and roomed whom the Telegraph Island and Massachusetts, and The entire trip cost the four

to New York a. manager Geiger said the squad Is to report briefly at the CoUon residence would like more Information. They made sightseeing trip. through members of the Morse family approximately -
Late was encampment last (sales division), foreign sales deP"H7nwas on the 12th at 4 p. m. which was then on Weller St. are: the Cumberland, Oreat Smoky $50 each.

'4 Saturday enjoyed scouts 'i Dymond. about 28 years of age H. J. Horslry, Jr., T-5. Died, and Blue Ridge Mountains. and
by 1927 to
19. During the outing married in Lt. Hugh Ingram at that time and single and an non-battle. New York City. .
'tCond Elizabeth Walsh of Washfc>gtont sought employment as a Harvey J. ROMS. Jr., Sgt. MissIng The Morse family reported that
class !
tests orphan
by Scoutmaster E.were T. D. C. They have three daughters." Home With Discharge1st. ,I linesman and electrician at Camp -, finding of death. they "beat the high cost of liv Board to Meet

oYcI Crider and Thomas Elizabeth Ellen and Sheila. Lt. Hugh B. Ingram arrived Blanding but after several days Wiley W. Tlllls, Pfc. Killed In ing" on the trip by use of a two- As EqualizersThe
I the Instead action. burner oil stove for breakfasts
used Voters to Register home last at Fort Sheridan, and did *.. at Blanding.PrIor and an Ingenious collapsible trail Board of County Commissioners

".mben discharge 19 months he, to his arrival here Dymond Pastor ResignsThe er. The latter device contrivedby will meet In the
partlclp-tlnjr the past
In Monday For
Starting 111. Mr. Monte Is made of sheet
Were Arthur serving overseas In New was for several years employedby courthouse Monday l .\ujru..t 5.
Winkler, been
ha an- aluminum, with a top that Is raised -
company W. G. Smedley
**. Thomas books In the county and the Philippine Islands a Pennsylvania power Rev. I at 10 a. m. for the purpose
Harding. Guinea
*"' Registration be opened nounced this week tr-it h* resigned or lowered by a winch. The .
le. will engineers.He of hearing complaints from
Harold Lennon precinct with the army
eight In with
of the trailer complete mosquito
Dan J. R. Kelly I their Sergeant Dymond was assignedto Sunday night as pastor of real estate, -
Priest Supervisor wife and young ownrm personal
L. Wesley Monday and his his Starke Christian Church. H* Is net double bed across the front,
General following
Thomas Ronald An- announced ye.terday. The David Hugh! will make their the Air Corps beds each side of property, Intanirlblo prrunal -
.| son stationed at In Lake Butler and will devote and single on an
November was living
dOry be held enlistment and the value of
A. will properly
Manassa. Jr., while Ingram resumes -
Starke Christian aisle. Mm. Morse described thetrall..r
: In full time to the
home Mr, CoLion learned his
ref Shull. Jr. Keesler Field. whlrh have. been Mtr' l by the
5. at when folded as "small as
early an- his study of engineering later through a mutual acquaintance Church there The church .. ..
Uta stated that an County A *B <>r of Tase and
are looking forward Kelly the of Florida this fall. here will continue services with a sardine can, but there were undeniable
of that Sergeant Dymond .
made University
'"trtct will be I the accepted by the .rd.
Jamboree on AuShull. nouncement In each preclac and i 1 Lt. Ingram Is the son of Mrs. died a non-battle death In an Arl- supply pastor. for the time be advantages In IU compactness :I
schedules which allowed full view
of deputy super of Starke. I zona Army airplane crash In 1943. ing. .
and Jr.. the appointment I L Carrie Ingram
tube, visors.


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. . . 1.840 IN CIRCUIT COURT. RADII'OnDCOI''Io' You are
of Mr. and Mrs. I). J. Nettles ,
OFFICIAL SEALA, J. Thomas.An ''. FLORIDA IN: CHAN.CKRY. August rp'1ur"1j!
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH Friday afternoon. I Clerk of said Court Court anti 12. 1946,,I If, 'h 41ery
GrahamBy SSai-h H. Douglas U..ln"Nvllle. FIB: Robert I* Kramer, Plaintiff, ".. seeks divorce I1UHO wh" '"
K. A. Sapp and ton, Pete, were Att. fe r Fit. *'12 4t 8.a Alma E. Kramer also known as Tel.graphhall IIradr"d'
E"tabUabed 181'1Eo business visitors, in Gainesville Alma K, Johnson, Defendant Case In next four PUbl'.h'thli:

U Matthew ________u____ Editor and OwneiPvMtabed Mm. John McKinney Monday.Mr. IN rmrriT. FI.OKIM OIHT.,*!1111 1*t oFonoCOItTY. (.H,'>!- No. 4918. Witness my hums" ,,", '"
. . . ORDER "F PUBLICATIONAND at Starke, Flnrlda ywl, rlltll
'. _
and :HY. thl
and Mrs. Pledger Johns ( Ever.'tt NOTICE TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL SEAL,, ,1 Ia lrt'f
Weekly on Friday and Enterod1 Second CUM Matterat Mrs. Alma Hinson and Jim children spent Sunday with Mrs. arne'sahiss'neatnfriend by. Plaintiff. Kramer STATE, whose OF FLORIDA residence to:and Alma address E-. Aa T. Frank('Ierk of said Court J 'llkl ,

the Poet Office at Starke. Florida. Papkina of Jacksonville were Florence Conner of Midway.We Vvs. Bertha Wal .n Vurne Defen- U: 2 Garden Street Hartford. Atty for i.wndrum Pit.IN t"k, PI
guests of Mrs. W P. Bennett welcome little Helen Kelly "" OR&X1OF" PUBLICATION 40311. : Conn Street(or) Alma Hartford.K. Johnson Conn. fl Garden ;'1; II

Sunday. week. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR You are required to rlnTIT <<
Into New River school this appear on CO1'kV
Congress On Trial STATE OF FLORIDA to: Bertha August 12, 1946 In the above named CORYTY. FLORID" BR'D
Among those shoppingin She is a beginner.Mr. Watson Varnen. whoso residence I I. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I 1&
Gainesville Tuesday of last week and Mrs. J. C. Morelandand Plant City llllUboro County. Flor- eeekfl divorce. Rradford County Max Jacobs 'Drrnprh

It is hoped that at least one constructive end will were Mrs. Edward Broughton, daughter Joan of Jacksonville ida.You are required to appear on Telegraph next four shall weekly publish. luauee.this OrderIn Maxmllll\n Jakubohll phlo..aNeenl .

be served by the current furore over Congressman May Mra. Mauda Graves, Mrs Millie \ and their guests, Mr. and August 14, 1946. In ,the wherein above plain.named Witness my hand and official seal 17akubonl,,, bdfes4it4'''

and his unsavory buddies-and that is the awakeningof Wynn and Mrs. Katie Mann. Mrs. Bill Thomas of Baltimore, tiff Court weeks and divorce.cause Bradford County ,, at(OFFICIAL Htnrke, Florida., SEAL) thin A.July8.J. Thomas. 1943., AND ORDER OF PIJIILICATIC
of the F. Reynolds of the U. S. Army Mrs. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn I As Clerk of laid Court. NOTICIiI
the American people to the folly awarding Mil., were visiting Mr. and next four weekly Issued, STATE OF APP LI,
'Is 30 T. Frank Ijindrum, Stark. Florida
chairmanship of important Congressional committeeson spending a day furloughhere G. W. Andrews Monday. Witness my hand and official Aty for Pit. 7-11 41 S-2 Jakubonlc. whore. rexldlpN' :8.
with his grandparents, Mr. Heal I at Starke, Florida, this July 9, -0"
a basis seniority, rather than of fitness for the and Mra. F. T. Abernathy. Mrs. D. W. Kelly and daughter 1945. I IN CIRCUIT iiitT. BRADFORD New York, Kelly 8trep*h

position.. Mr. and Mrs., Tom Graves of Mrs. A. P. Halman of Chat ''A. Clerk of said Court A., J. Thomas. COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN.CKRY. August You are 12, 1946 rp"lrpd, In to apIIOt
it is enough to make the most Sampnon City were guests of Mr. tanooga, Tenn., were visiting Mr. (OFKH'IAL SEAL) Court and cau.., the abo,
Surely even .
super. I Knight A Knight ,Stark.., Florida, Muriel Gladys McKeon, Plaintiff, seeks dlvor.... Wh.'n' tb>>
ficial American shudder to think that the guidance of and Mrs Edward Broughton Sun- and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson last I Attys. for Plf. 7.12 4t 8-3 v... Francis Joseph McKeon< Defen Telegraph shall\ Puhllhb, C
dant. Case No. 4918.
our powerful Military Affairs Committee in these fate day afternoon. week. Mrs. Kelly remained here IN CIHCVIT: CO !-RT. BRADFORD ORDER OF PUBLICATION lnwnext...four" weekly I,.,.i I
ful years has been in the hands of a man who would Mrs. Millie Wynn Is confined to for a longer visit. U"VrV' %', FLORID IN CHAN- AND NOTICE FLORIDA TO APPEAR Francis at Starke Florida andfhd.!
her home due to Illness this week. Mr. and :Mrs. Emory Johns ('ELI Y. : (OFFICIAL SEAL: )) Ai"lli I
McKeon, whose residenceand
allow himself to become embroiled in such a rancid Hilda Franklin Farrott, Plaintiff. Joseph A. Clerk ot J h
Mr. and Mrs. John McKinney made a business trip to Jacksonville VK Krnext William Parrott, Dafen- address I la: 1883 Brooklyn, New i T Frank Lnndrum Court
mess as that involving Congressman May\ and the and E. B. McKinney were In Wal- Monday.Rising. dant. Case No. 4914 York. I Atty. for Pit, IIt.rko,P
Garsson brothers. Whether or not he is guilty (and do Saturday.W ORDER OP PUBLICATIONAND -1/1I ,
judgment must be reserved until he condescends to i Edmondson and Lem Parrish e e a e e e STATE NOTICE OF FLORIDA to: Ernest
appear before the investigating committee) is beside returned Wednesday of last week William Parrott whose residenceIs I
:North Caro
Route No. I, Oxford
the point. A man in this high position should be likeCaesar's from a trip to Miami. Mr. Ed- lina.You When Your Tires Are Stick Time to Reci
mondson and his make are required to appear onAugust
wife, above suspicion. famlly'will
12, 1948. In the above
their home In Miami. By RECAPPING
and wherein plaintiff
Perhaps the practice of awarding committee chair- Among those attending the S e C . e e eI seeks divorce cause and custody of minor -; AND VULCAX J\G
manships on the basis of seniority has some good reasonto t child llrndforil County: Telegraph [
funeral of Hiram Prescott at / ALL
Khal publish this Order In next four SIZE
its existence but it has remained I large congregation< attended TIRES
justify always a Sampson Thursday of last week weekly Issues.
services at Corinth Baptist Church Witness my hand and official seal. ( AND TUBES
mystery to our politically untrained mind. Why a were Mr. and Mrs John McKinney I laot Rev. Ernest at I"tlrke.Iorlda., thin July 6, 1946.
of should be awarded Sunday night. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A, J. ThomasAs
man, regardless qualifications, a and family, Mrs. Riley Waxdin 24-HOUR
Knowles, the regular pastor, con Clerk of said Court. SERVICE
position of power and prestige simply because! he is Mrs. Rachel Starling Mr. and ducted the services.Mr. II. II. Duncan BIT Lynch Dldg. BEST MATERIALS
able to persuade) the voters to return him to Congressyear Mrs. Carl Jones and daughter, Jacksonville, Florida.
and Plf. 7-1Z 4t 8-2
and Mrs. Gordon Jones Atty. for -
and Edd Parrish. ___ } ; GRADE "A"
after year, is apparently without logic. How long Bettle RUBBER
A large crowd attended the daughter Carolyn, were visitingIn IN: CIRCUIT cot'RT. BRADFORD
would business function efficiently if the janitor ,'. Workmanship GuaranJ
up- fourth Sunday meeting at Rock Brooker Sunday night., COI'NTY. FLORIIItl IX: ( .AN.
on completion of 20 years of faithful service, auto- Mrs. Rachel Green and children, t'KHY.
Church Sunday. j PHONE 79
Lewis, Plaintiff
William T. vs.
; matically became chairman of the board of directors'In ? Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Davis of Nellie and J. R., and Mr. and Maudln Lee Lewis Defendant Case

'an article captioned "Congress Itself Is on Trialin Jacksonville, and Mrs William Mrs. Dick Raulerson, all of No. 4535.

the May Case", Richard L. Strout, able Washington Bunhloper and baby of Green Cove Brooker, were visiting here and ORDER NOTICE OF !PUBLICATIONANfl TO APPEAR: STARKE TIRE SERVICEAdjoining

correspondent of the Christian Science Monitor, states Springs were weekend guests of In Heilbronn Sunday, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Maudle
''that critics of Congress are sometimes accused of helping Mr. Davis' and Mrs. Bushlope Edward Norman and son, Her- Lee Lewis. whose residence la Unknown -

to weaken democracy. If their denunciations are parents Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Davis bert, and Gordon Jones spent Fri- You are required to appear on Temple Garage Temple An

wild and unfounded this may be true. But some of the Ralph Davis returned to Jackson day In Gainesville on business. August and 12. 1946 cause, ,In wherein the above plaintiff namedCourt

critics of Congress are those who love it most, who hopeto ville to spend a few days with his B.T.U. meetings will be held seeks divorce.. Bradford County
brother and sister-in-law. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
see it occupy the high place it was supposed to occupy every Saturday night and Sunda.yschool next four weekly Ixsuea.Witness T'
Mrs. A. T. Andrews of Starke /
will be held each Sunday NOw-sweeter
Strout says. Some of these critics are frightenedby my hand and official seal
was the guest of her parents, Mr. morning at Corinth Baptist at Htnrke, Florida, this July (, 1948. ,
legislative irresponsibility. They see a world con OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
and Mrs. H. M. Wasdin, Sunday. church. is Invited to
Everyone Ax Clerk of said Court.H. tastier bread with
test between democracy and totalitarianism and they Mr. and Mrs.! Nate Dyol and attend. H. Duncan. 617 Lynch Bldg.
are genuinely alarmed by the low estate into which' the son, Tommie, were visiting friendsIn Jacksonville Flerlda.
Plf.{ 7.12 4t 8-2
American legislature tends to fall, since it stands before High Springs Saturday. CARD OF THANKS Atty. for FLEISCHMANN'SFRESH'

the world as the chief agency of representative de Gua Byington of Atlanta Ga., We wish to thank our many
was visiting his brother and sis
mocracy.In friends for their kindness help,
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. D. I
regard to the May affair Richard Strout says: and sympathy during the recent

"Congressman May is chairman of the powerful Military !. Byington Sunday. death of our husband and father.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robuck
Affairs Committee. Every day he negotiates on were weekend guests of Mrs. Ro -Mrs. H. A. Prescott and family. SALE

major matters-the atomic bomb, the draft, the mergerof buck' parents Mr. and Mrs. E IN rilirtTIT COl'IIT. HRADFOItn '
the armed forces. To say that Mr. May is under a T. Young. COUNTY, FLORID IN: CHAN'CKHY.

cloud hardly does the situation justice, but as yet YEAST
Thelma Mary Shine Edward Plaintiff
House members show no signs of forcing him to testify . . . VH., Eugene Arthur Edwards, 'l I X. ..-

before a Senate committee. The situation throws doubton New RiverBy Defendant ORDER fane OP PUBLICATION No. 4920. : ," .. ....

the sensitivity and honor of the whole body. If AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ,_' ."
.STATIC OF FLORIDA to: EugeneArthur '
Congress loses its own self-respect, who can respect The School Edwards, whose renldencela '" -----tfJ
unknown.You FIRE ". '< '
Congress? e e e e e are required; to appear on '.""., $ ::0-," ....
August IX, 1946. In the above named -- < y .
Services were held Sunday morn. Court and oauae wherein plain ,-.0:;;;:. .
!Sirs&K htYn' ff., Luce of Buffalos N*-Y., who recently ing and tiff leeka dlvoree. Bradford County .
night at the Long Bridge cause a --
Telegraph ahall publish thla Order may
celebrated 'her 100th birthday anniversary, comes Christian 'Church. The pastor, In next four weekly IIBU" It' delicious:
forward with a unique solution for the increasing divorce the Rev. Fred Dodd, conducted the Wltneea my hand and official aealat so easy to bake i smooth-teiturealoavi
Starke, Florida thin July 10 serious loss. :Let
problem.As services and was the noontime 1945. if you use Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast. This fr

she rounded the century milepost Mrs. Luce guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Aa(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAT.aald,) Court.A. J. Thomas yeast is full-strength. It goes right to work to help]y

maintained that she'd had "enough of living" and that Johns and family. John J. HendeMon, at. AuKtmtlne, us check your get best
Fla. baking results time.IF
her only regret is that she must "leave the world in The revival meetings conductedby Atty. for Plf. 7-1Z 4t 8-2 every .

such an awful mess." brought the to Baptist clone Church were IN rincriT (COURT BRADFORD PoliciesCharley YOU BAKE AT HOME-insist on

"What I dislike most of all is seeing these young bountiful dinner.a Sunday The meetingswere with a CKHY.ftraca COUNTY. 'Fl.OIUIItl IN CHAN- Fleischmann's active fresh Yeast. The

whippersnappers going around trading husbands and enjoyed and Inspiring to the Moor., Moore Defendant, Plaintiff Case vs.No. 4923.Alex E. Johns cake with the familiar yellow label! Dependable :uhya
wives as if they were selecting clothes. Instead of
large number attending.Mr. ORDER OF PUBLICATION -America's favorite for
being given divorces most of them should be put in and Mrs. E. L. Kelly and ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR AgencyPhone I 70 over
STATE OF" FLORIDA to: Trace years.H
jail. children Joe and Helen returned Moore, whose renldence la unknown. I IS 8TARKE FLA.!

Success in marriage and in all phases of life "is Wednesday of last week after a August You are 13, 1946.required In the to above appear named on I

something: you must work hard for" the wise old two week vacation spent in Tallahassee Court and cause, wherein plaintiff F/-ert pa
and Pensacola. seeks divorce. Bradford County \ )
woman added. "That's the trouble with modern life- Mr. Telegraph shall publish this Order '.,.....
people try to live with the same ease that they obtain and Mrs. C. E. Andrews In next four weekly lanuee. fi
Mr. WltnenH Repreaanting THE
and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins Mrs. my hand and official TRAVELERS.Hartford
from all their automatic gadgets. What's needed is : Rosa Plnholster and Mrs. Melton seal at Stark' Florida, this July 11,

more hard" work, more thrift, and more decent Christian I Kerce were visiting the tobacco

living. market In Lake City recently.

In the parlance of the street, Mrs. Luce, "you laid Mr. and Mrs. Mack McCormick

a mouthful"! of Jacksonville\ were among those

attending the revival services several
nights last week
Mr. and Mrs. Patterson Miss : -
lomaglne Munkess and Rudolph Coke

Hunkess of Lake City were guestsof $
S .. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns and i

family Sunday afternoon. for
Mr. and Mrs Mack McCormick refreshment

amt Mr. and Mrs. Clark Ward attended

SHRIMP OYSTERS. MULLET church here Sunday. :
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cowen and I

SEA TROUT PERCH BREAM Mr. and Mrs. M. I* John'made a l .
business trip to Gainesville Mon
and Mrs. Chester Moody

Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry and children of Lake Butler were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. H.

Moody Sunday afternoon.A. .
MAGNOLIA FISH MAIKET J. Shiver of Jacksonville ,

pent the weekend with Mr. and "
/ CALL STREET PHONE 37 STARKK.' FLA. Mrs. Joe Moody and other rela

... Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp and
For son Leslie made a business trip +
Safety Comfort and
Economy to Gainesville Saturday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Tom Edwards of I

FOR COURTEOUS ... Worthington Springs were guestsof .N;
CORRECT I" ,., A Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tomlinson _
I and Mr. and Mrs. G. W Andrews 'i

INFORMATION L2H last week meetings.and attended the revival /

Fleaae Phone 117 r Mr. and Mrs. Jay Moody and I/\\

children of Jacksonville
were visiting ,
Ride Florida Greyhound Lines, Inc. Busses relatives here Sunday.Mr. .
and Mrs. Thomas Hires and
UNION BUS STATION children of Lake City were guestsof I

'hInple\ve. LACY CONWAY Agent Stark, Fl* Mr. and Mrs. I>. c. Nettles
.... ... ...... Jl ..... -. -1l Wednesday afternoon.
Wayne Hazen of Jacksonville

spent Sunday and Monday here

with his grandparents, Mr. and
EARL'SgGARAGEOnenaif Mrs. G. W. Andrews

Mr. and Mrs. Junior Johns of

Mllo South of Starke on Read IS LaCrosse were guests of Mr. and

Mrs. Charlie Cowen Saturday aft :
All Kinds of Auto Work ernoon. & ; $

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews l
ALL WORK USED Wrecker service and Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Wiggins! f I S

tiUAR." TEED AUTOIns D.IV OR XIOIIT attended the tobacco auction In l

.. .. Lake City Tuesday.
4 Mrs. Tom Hodge and children 5

Mr. and Mrs. Rich Nettles and

children of Lake City were guests



2, 1945
tT,_pfOUST_----- (YT7:'fTY TEURORAPH. f RTARKK. n/mn PACK 1'HItB'

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I scene cf a delightful party Wednesday -]' friends from Hampton attended Miss Rosa Mae Manning, who 1 to law the property described! In I -.- \
night, 17 New
July Committees
the i I
funeral of Hiram such roftlfloKtf
Prescott at Is employed In ,Jacksonville or ocmflriilen' will ,
ampton approximately 40 young people Sampson ppt'nt.the he sold. to tbs highest bidder at, the
gathered there for a farewell City Thursday afternoonof weekend here with her I Named to Carryon court house door on the ftrnt Mon 'j I YOUR WATCH |
last week. mother, Mrs. Honor day In the month of "ScptotiibKi' '
)frl. M. (J. Svreney party honoring Carlos, Frelda and Manning. Rotary Program 1545. which In ho Uml, day of brptotnlinr -
y Mrs. Henry Burton and Mr. and Mrs. L. 1046 I Deserves the
a. Faye Burton en the eve of their daugh C. King are I Best
a ters. Frieda and I bated thin !3r l day of July: 1148 I
departure for Crescent City, Faye of Cres- employed in Cocoa Fla | Chairmen of committees who (OKF-IOIAl. 8RAI. A. J. ,

S ('oCSelL MET entertained where the Burtons' will make cent City, were visitors here Sun Mr. and Mrs. F R. Carradlne, will carry on the Rotary programfor I. County Clerk| ofIrpiilt, Florldn. Court 1-of",Th"1 I I w

t. F Johnson their home.Amusing. day.Mr. John and Sidney Shufford and the ensuing year were announced -
the Chrishurch -
of I I
dies Council and Mrs. Eldred Duncan Miss Elma Crews I
home Wed- and entertaininggames of enjoyed a fish- recently by Joe C. Hoover,

at her of last week. were played In the spacious Gainesville spent the weekend ing trip at Keystone Heights Sat- new president of the club. ,
here ITCHArc 4"
.I' afternoon In charge of yard and delicious refresh- i Hazen with Mr. and Mrs. Purvis urday. i Heading the four main branches
was and W4L4GK
family. Mrs.
program ments of Duncan of service
sandwiches, cold drinks Rotary are:
resident Mr. W. H. Grtf- and cookies were served from a had Just returned from a lengthy Married Students E. L. MatthewsClub Service.A. you tormented with Itching of ICI j REPAIRTrustworthy
the topic was "Getting visit In New York. mama, imiirliiHlii rashes, i In.. .. -t
Lid >
Our Recreation." table placed outside the house. In Find Difficulty J. Thomas-Community Ser bites, ..llIt..t,,'. feet .rilitl..in, ,.,1..1 |
tost from addition to the young guests, Miss Norma Sweeney left Sun vice.J. itching ..r ether internally: iinnril. Srvk
dne the devotional. a social guests Mrs. Burton day for a month's visit In Phil- Entering U of F Fred kin troubles* For onlrK relief and i
and the hostess, entertained ,. Guy--Vocational Ser- good remit use VICTOItT OINT- I
WU- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith, Mrs. adelphia with her aunt, Mrs. William MENT. Developed for the boys In
Thy her melee Mrs. C. vice.Rev. the Army n.tw offered to th. folks Harley F. .Strong
served fruit punch, J. H. Saxon and Mrs. Ira Chason Kammerer. Although the State University W. J. Churchwell-Inter back hews Whit, .r....e.1.l .im, an.
wynn, during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ogden of will this term admit every qualified national Service.Subcommittee. tlmptlo. ash for babies cr rhlldrtn. I
cine and crackers. Florida A name you can't forget 137 "Went Call St.
Pompano student
called on relatives here whether a chairmen are as VICTORY OINTMENT fln...t.
I ANITA WHITE HONORED DYAL-H10GINS briefly Thursday of last week recent high school graduate or ex- follows: Tahoe *r Jar CAMP 1ILANDING JEWKUOR: :
honored Friends and relatives of Jack while enroute to North Carolina serviceman. President John J. C. H. Nasworthy-AttendAnce. ".Id III ",.... ." SINCE 1WI
White wa ..'
Anita etll-s:'' .N" ''' Not "
.. delightful stork shower Dval: of North Hampton and Miss for a vacation trip. Tlgert announced this! week thata Rev. L. D. Halnes-Fellowship. ... fAMIMA IIHIU "'nun:.
Elizabeth Higgins, daughter of difficult housing situation will E. K.
Russell Dyal and Maurice Seley of Cltra was the Ferryman--Classification.W. ( .
hv Roark Mrs. at the Christianh I Mr and Mrs. G. W. Higgins of weekend guest of his mother Mrs. I be encountered by married students H. Hart-Membership.

I Roy Wednesday afternoon )fLeek. Waldo, will be interested to learn Llnnle Seley. Jos. K. Wilson--Club Information -

of their marriage Sunday night. Mrs. Jessie I The local Board of Public In- .
and enter. Rogers and
Amusing The ceremony was performed In Charles, of son I struction was notified that there Guy Andrew*-Magaslne, ,
L and Jacksonville
,g games were enjoyed the Waldo Methodist Church by were are not now sufficient apartmentunits I T. H. Osborne-Entertainment.
the follow Sunday guests of her mother
were awarded the pastor, the Rev. Ralph Rivers. Mrs. Della for married veterans In : F. F. Stump-Community Planning -
winners: Mrs. David Dyal, and her sister
ontest .
and Mrs. following the regular Sunday Mrs. Alma Saxon. University-controlled housing. At
)frs. Ruth Dyal night service Mrs Eliza Hall of the present time it was stated E. T. Shull-Youth Service.

In Slade. A large group of friends from Okla., arrived Monday for Lawton there are 100 apartment units on U. C. BrownRuralUrban.Dr. .

i attractive bassinet held Hampton attended the ceremony.Mr. days' visit with her a few the campus, occupied by veterans M. B. Heilong-Crippled t
and daughter,
dainty and lovely Higgins is the operator of the Mrs. Marvin Williams. with children. Seventy-six addi- Children.
f presented to Mrs. White. I The Board of Directors for the
local ice company. Friend of Olen V. Hicks, of tional units are under construc- \
llcious refreshments of Ice Jacksonville but :' tlon and have been assigned. for new Rotary year Is composed as :
cake and cookies wered I Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. formerly of follows: J. C. Hoover, president; e i
the fall term. In addition an
Hampton, will be
the guests by the hostesses. I Leaaton A. Wynn were Mr. and learn of his interested to I Fl'HA project for 448 apartment J. II. Dupre, vice-president; Jun I ; I iJ
Mrs. J. D. Register of Cerro marriage on July 3to Ilns M. Smith, secretary; C. H. J
PARTY FOR : Miss Ann McLendon of i units has been approved but com-
\\!:tL Max-
[ Gorda N. C. Naaworthy treasurer
vllle. At pletion Is not expected before Jan- ; Fred Guy,
TOSS Miss Barbara Horne returnedto present they are mak- Gary Ennla. Jos. E. Wilson, Roy 1L -
residence of Mr.iMri. ing their home with Mr. Hick's uary 1, 1947.
| attractive after Ward, and E. U Matthews.
e her home here last week
sister Mrs. trailer at the Alachua
Henry Burton was the Faye Steele, in Jack A park
spending two weeks In Starke liS sonville. Army Air Base, the President said, ..4Ma b'YOU
of Miss( Frances Colley. Clean, healthy Irish potatoesmay
guest Mrs. J. T. Guy Is spending set now provides space for SO trailersi .
Sunday Miss Horne, her sinter, eral weeks In Fruttland Park as i I Only parking: space Is available, be stored successfully for
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION three months or longer' if they
Betty, and Dick May were visit
guest of her son and daughter-in- with the University offering no
Jacksonville Beach. I' are placed In a well-ventllsted
ors law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guy, trailers for rent. Transportation
container and In
kept a room or
Alvin Wynn arrived home Wednesday who are announcing the recent to the campus is provided by shed that Is also well-ventilated.

of last week after spending arrival of twins a (son, Samuel, commerdally-op era t e d buses. Stored at 40 degrees Fahrenheit, COULD GO TOO -

E some time In, Savannah Ga., and a daughter, Susan.) Other trailer parks will be estab potatoes will keep well for nine
where he was employed with the Mrs. Marvin Williams spent the lished. It Is planned and are expected
Railroad. months or longer. He free to JM> place*-to do thing, *--to enjoy
Seaboard past week In High Springs as the to help provide solution to
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Prevatt guest of her aunt, Mrs. Albert the problem of married veterans. NOIICK OKVntl tl'PI11'11'IOY life. Banish wish
,I and children of Jacksonville were Stringer. Belief was expressed that the Mill Tt\\.ItlOKItIIUMV .. 1al.l':.lNOTH'H Use our complete-ewre-economical laundry
: guests Friday of his sister, Mrs. Miss Betty Youngblood of Wal- University can accommodate all IS 1I ;ltl'lIY: tJl\' :N. 'that service without \\orrY-lind without extravagance.
J. 1*. Huxtor the huller of r..
ili" llowlnir l-
I I Nila Johnson. do was the guest of her grand- unmarried students who meet ad. i-i rtin'nt.i> hits ford sold l lctrtlfimtvH rack up your laundry problems .
Emory Guy has returned to his mother, Mrs. Charlie Hall, last mission requirements Single for a tux dealu I | Itv Issurd !send! them to us then enjoy a drudgery-!
thtriton. Th
I home here after several months week. I veterans are served by residence her and years off *IHNUIIIH'orrttritMtt, the mint
I with the Florida! Power and Light Mrs. James Barwick was calledto halls temporary dormitories, barracks Mi-rlptlnii. of the |>ro|>..riy. ,..and. ho
mitt N In which It was ii N MNNI ar.
'I Company In Miami. Panama City Friday, July 19 and other structures at the UH follllWtt.fVrtlMriito.
Miss Hazel Brown of Jacksonville due to the Illness of her mother. No. 0 Y"ur of IsNlallrr -
air base, fraternities and off 1544.Tesrrlpt .
I spent a weeks vacation here Mr. and Mis. Ed Silvernail and rooming house ">n of I'ron| rly. : led 2 STARKE DRY CLEANERS
{ with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Wynn, of Hampton campus of .Illk 12 word I'lly, Her. B, \'WI'
students Interested 7 H, It. 20 1 K.
'Leslie Brown. She was accompanied Lake moved to Clearwater to Prospective .
Nan* In which IINH* HN* I,1|: Mrft.
PHARMACIST ty her little nelce. Ann make their home recently.Mrs. In housing facilities were advisedto T. I' Wart, KM.: PHONE STARKE.
of Jacksonville.E. J. F. Johnson had ( address early Inquiry to tho All of said property, liolnr, In I the and LAUNDRY
II White, also as din- County of llratlforil.. Hint!" "f l-'lur- 28 FLA.
Phone 6.1-: STARKE C. Morris left Thursday for ner guests recently Mr. and Mrs. Director of Housing, at the University. Ida. .. .
t'nli'BK such r rllfli'iUt> up ii'iHflc'fitPN -
Service I a brief visit in Pompano.A Fred S. Dodd and family of Mid- shell tii redeemed, urcuritlnK', ,
n- -. !
number of relatives and lakes, near Keystone Heights. I _
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Other guests of Mrs. Johnson were 1----

Mr. and Mrs. George Rahme of

Mayport and Charlie Dyal of -- .

Can Use More Pulpwoodgjjp Jacksonville. .. -.
Mrs. Claude .
L. HouHer of East o ---- ---
gjjp- TIMBER Flat Rock. Ala., -win* the recent -

Container Corp'n. of America Fcrnandina. Fla. guest Maxwell.of her mother, Mrs. Ida:' ,"

Dick May was the guest recently /:..., .

of friends In Charleston' .: ...
and Folly Beach, S. C. -

Miss Kathryn Weest of Elizabeth -

N. J., arrived July 19 to

New Higher Pay spend' several days here with Mr.

and Mrs. T. F. Brown and, family.

Mrs. J. M. Maxwell left last

week for an extended vlllit with
her daughter, Mrs. Leo A. ,
Wiggins '

for the Army Gordon, in Jacksonville.Weest left Wednesday <

of last week for Miami where he .
Is employed and will reside.

Mrs. Katie Minton has returnedto

her home here following a

NEW PAY SCALE visit with relatives In Jackson


fj AD moN TO CIOTMNO rooo. LODGING MEDICAL AND DENTAL CAlf and Mrs Clarence Hicks of
Jacksonville are spending a week
AND UIVtAL RETIREMENT MHVJUGtS with Mr. and Mrs Russell Dyal.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starr and :-:; '
Monthly'._on.n'Incom.Ah.n AS THE ROAD TURNS
SIarl",. hire G. W. Rahme, Sr., of Tampawere
.... Pay 20 ",_.' 30 ".... guests of relatives Here.

Meut.r Sertlean' LrM01R' s.vic. S.vk. ford The and Rev.S.G.E.E.Sparks Cutshaw of of Starke Ral- >> Y August 1, 1946, marks the completion of Seaboard re-
T.chnical orfirstS.rpeant $165.00 $101.25 81.15 151,88 attended and participated In the I ,. .4+ organization and the beginning of operations by the
Sergeant 135.00 ordination of deacons at the

SIaNS.rgeanf 115.00 14.15 129.38 Hampton Baptist Church Friday I srU v+ar a; Seaboard Air Line Railroad Company.

St'lltGllt . 100.00 65.00 112.50 night, July 19. Seaboard has long rendered to the public the best
It was with regret that the
Corporol . 90.00 58.50 101.25 many friends of Mr. and Mrs. R. + e y transportation that modern methods could devise. A

Private First Class 80.00 52.00 90.00 F. Touchton witnessed their departure -
e stronger Seaboard now emerges, bringing opportunity
Private . 15.00 48.15 4.38 recently for Bell. Fla? ,
their former home to which they for greater service to our patrons than ever before.

N ADDITION TO COLUMN ONI Of THi AIOVI. are returning following three .
years residence here In Hampton.Mrs. It is our purpose to provide an efficient, courteous
30%hcrwM If Swvfc 0*mac

JO'7o ....... II M.mbar.S P/yip ... GM.!.,Crews.S Hampton. Touchton school was for principal three consecutive of- transportation service designed to meet every requirement -

%__ La Pay is'lack J Y.es elServk. terms and beginning this I of the shipping and traveling public. In

fall he will be school supervisor
of Cllchrlst County. addition, we shall carry on wholeheartedly our efforts

toward the economic of the
e . . development territorywe
Highlights of Regular Army Enlistmentfor
are privileged to serve.

1'! ii(On..ye.tetem4 Blirtmrac 1W. 3 or peequarter.S ;....0 .wrlc par aftar-liic 30 o a.ing,.."to' ..t.".,..*.... LAWTEYBy To you our.patrons, we express appreciation for

I1.*.4 6 or for not KM* _now the ia of the MTIC Ann..*) M(Retirement..t. or Flnt tacoma S.ra iA._I"V t ..de up.) All of tomonth : .Mm.. .MsmJvt. er'swsS S I the friendly relationship which exist between us.

LJ'ItBMDt... from 1* ta 34 previous 11..61 -pee=tin ,.dar.Ear I ""'"''T'JJ" __ L. P. Rafuse was a business r You may look confidently to Seaboard for a continuation -

!.I toclu) _tTa opt (to I? 'maw_tla..ta'now iA.bo vice counts toward Mtiramaoi.any Ch visitor to Jacksonville Tuesday. I of the leadership.that has brought transportation -
01 Bill
-. .. H.n.&s under the Mrs. Collier and on-ln-
y at Lilly
ary.iren.slMt _- who _I'" the South for than
fow to more a
sta 01"Mrrice., d.I.edg aown or bef_ October' 5. 1946..ch law and daughter, and Bobby progress century.
Mathews were in Starke Tuesday
..- A nMniiM-. 1.e... of 150 0. Choice i 01 br.acb of .orTirallonoc .tlJ attending to business matter
.. tIM,, (Of tON
... IOCtiYe.ice *inrsad a.rel of Miami R
.. ..diatm.aa.nso".ot Mrs. Jane Green wasthe
-t JIUcI, or a toco opeD) m 3" r 4
.into presided renNtia guest Sunday night of her t-

.kit H p attet stepdaughter, Mrs. Perry Davis. PRPID/NT.
-.ble di.chug.. NOW Mr. and Mrs. Earl Prevatt are .,

v to to...", r..aliatm..t ENLIST announcing the arrival of a con .
b tritb ..,. born Tuesday July 23. ...
,.1 p.lcI to proombod bom and STATION Mr. and Mrs. Carl VanZant are .i A8fJARZ1
sow ia the Army u. .. ARMY iiciurnNa visiting his mother Mrs. Annie ,
IMH of Fernandina. this week. i
Y .
Conceit: inar Amy Raemltbx Rev and Mrs.. Cecil Will lamA .r
g-" for mfaar furlooch pfitnlafM.Uuftn .. GOO. loe '0"" ,e" of Jacksonville! were Sunday dinner -L 1-K AIR LINE RAILROAD COMPANY 'L

1 ..tui o< lanrm) to .11 mon who Rafuiie.
| 4 lie .I'd to enlist or r..mliat.th. THM David Sumner of Starke and -.

**7. !. runt to at half p.r I'N' I\oi -" l-. "''OW, Junior and Leslie Sumnera of : i
ot your U. after 20 Heilbronn spent Sunday here with

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SOCIETY' Fellowship Groups I Farewell Party For Adult Bible Class DrHerlong HonoredAt I i )awe a ,,
II and CLUBS I I 4' 'Thomas Jr.,
Enjoy Social EventThe Edmondson FamilyAt ,Entertained MondayThe Steak Supper ': Mr. and Mrs IIIId, F JiJnnn, '

Gold Head ParkMr. Adult Bible Class of the Roy Ward was host Tuesday lion, Gene were gU 1't
Methodist Fellowship Mrs r
: Stella Mae Hayes Mrs. Lewis HonoreeAt First Baptist Church held iU reg- evening at a steak supper in the W Of
Groups were delightfully entertained and Mrs. Wiley Edmondson Mon- Springs W.dnesdayet i
class meeting
ular monthly Guidon Grill'.In: honor of Dr. M. B.
Weds Lt. Lovely Bridge-Luncheon Monday evening by Harry and daughters, Helen, Doris and day afternoon at the home of its Mrs. Carolyn [
Herlong, who retired on August 1 KInDt
at Green, of the Intermediate Group, Martell. who are leaving this president, Mrs. G. A. Anderson, Wayne,,are '
of Gainesville Mrs. T, T. Long entertained
Mrs. Hayes after of medical
many year service -
short Jacksonvllle
her home Tuesday with a lovely at the home of Mrs Winifred; week for Miami. were given a on North Church B8 Huedbrotherinlaw ,
of Brooker, announces -
formerly held under aa a prominent physician in
I bridge-luncheon In honor of her Wimberly and Mr. and Mrs Nelson farewell at the Goldhead devotional program was and 1111"
the marriage of her party of J. E. Mrs M.
sister Mrs, Lloyd H. Lewis of the direction Mrs. Starke and Jacksonville C Wells '
Green. A variety of summer even-
daughter, Stella Mae to 2nd Lt. Wilmington, Del. Decorations of Branch State Park Monday Futch and was followed by the About 15 friends were Invited to Mr. and Mrs,
William T. Lovely, son of :Mr. gladioli and marigolds adorned the flowers were used In decoratingthe Ing. The event coincided for Mr.with Ed-a I business meeting. The class votedto enjoy this event with Dr. Herlong. turned to Starke A.flak

and Mrs. Charles E. Lovely of! living room and dining room. living room and porches where birthday celebration give $15 to the Church build- Joying aville. brief vacagq
the seated. mondson. Ing fund on the next first Sundayof N.
ofthis guests were C",
Invited to be
Those present aa
Mlddlesboro, Ky.
I' affair with the A number of Interesting games The party was given by his the month. Martin'S Sister,
The quiet ceremony was performed .delightful mother, Mrs. W. E. Edmondson.The Delicious refreshments of ice Local I ItemsMisses line, The 10111,4,
hostess and honoree were: Mrs. Mrs. Green and Martina
in,Valdosta, Ga., on July were presented by guests enjoyed a fish fry, P&nied Irt>
O. L.. Mrs. K. G. Duncan, cream and cake were served by by her
their only attendants Beasley which the brother'iII
19. They had as son Harry; after group music swimming, and games for, .
Mrs. W. B. Sewell Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Mrs. Anderson with Mrs D. W. sister Mr and :Mn
Mrs, Robert L.
Mr. Jean :
and favorite old the children. Snodgras and
Mrs H.'C. Ritch, Mrs. T. H. sang songs accompanied Moore assisting The next business hardt, of :Miami
brother.and sisterinlawof Edith 1
Lovely : Slade, Mrs. L. D. Vining, Mrs. D. at the piano by Mr.. Wini Among those present were Mr.' meeting of the class will be Sumerlin of ScotUboro,.Ala., T. N. Kendrick

the bridegroom.!' I A. Montleth, Mrs. :M. F. Brown, fred ,Wimberly. Refreshing fruit!! and ,Mrs, R, R. Crosby.and family Weld at the home of Mrs W. J. weekend guests ,of .fr..and last rate
Following the ceremony Lt. and j Mrs. Weldon McNear of Tampa, punch and home-made cookies Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Crosby, Epperson, Sr., on South Walnut A.; J;' Thomas,,*and 'attended the week alterpen0 t
Mrs. Lovely"" left for a brief wed! Mrs William Thomson of Lloyd, ward served by Mrs. Green and and family ,Mr. and Mrs. J. I*, Street. summer open house festivities at with relatives in North
ding trip through the states of and Miss Stump. Miss Beth Wimberley. Conner and family, Mr. and Mrs.' the University of Florida In Carolina.
Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, and Attending this pleasant affair Lucian Conner. Mr. and Mrs. Ed-

Kentucky, where they visited the were: Mr, and Mrs. Nelson Green, ward Reagan, Mrs. Emily Denmark I WSCS CirclesThe If you had only one speech to
bridegroom's parent ,* Birthday Party Mrs. Winifred Wlmberly Harry and sons S. G. and J. A.,: Woman's Society of Christian you to own MODERN make It would

Mrs. Lovely Is a graduate of For Kay Hart Green. Jimmy Rowe James White, Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall Miss Service of the Methodist 15-volume ELOQUENCE, bet'.
Bradford High School In the class D. Ritch Green Peggy Dale, Jim.' Patsy Edmondson and Mr. Henry Church will meet Monday August speaker's library. 19.50 each or
of 1943 and for the past year little Barbara Simmons Cone. I
Attractive three-year-old my Green 5, at 3:30 p. m. Circle One, Mrs.A. EASY MONTHLY '
of the Western the honored Green Miss Ondlna Barcelo Mr. and Mrs. Edmondson and PAYME'TSTHE
has been an employe Kay Hart was guest Judy W. Anderson, leader, will be
,Union, Telegraph Co., In Orlando Wednesday afternoon when her, Churchwell and Miss Carol White, daughters will make their' home! entertained at the home of Mrs.
and Gainesville.Lt. mother.; Mrs. W; H. Hart enter- leader of Intermediate Group. In Miami. Cir- ?1:4.I
I Gary Ennla on Kingsley lake. : 'S :
Lovely has served with the tained at their Kingsley Lake I cle Two, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns,leader, .
United States Army for the past home In celebration of her birth- I will meet with Mrs W. B. Sewellat Box 571

seven years and has recently been day anniversary. her home on North Walnut
called back to active duty. Magnolia leaves gladioli, and street. STARKE, FLORIDAAlso

At present Mrs. Lovely ,will reside mixed summer flowers were used Members of Circle number one

with her mother in Gaines In decorating the lake cottage for are requested to contact Mrs. O. famous Harvard Classics,

ville. this delightful affair. L. Haynes, Mrs. E. K. Perryman National.Encyclopedia,
The young folk met at 3 .,'clockanJ Mrs. A. F. Sauls for
rAnd or transportation Junior Classics
speaking of dithers! his mother Lucile (Mrs. R. A.) to ;

Surprise Party bles,enjoyed playing'gamea blowing ,rainbow and swim-bubo Call Street was thrown Into a atop the lightning one rainy day Many other dues,

For Mrs. Bishop ming. Mrs. Hart was assisted In lovely one Tuesday night when When she explained to him
someone spotted a fleet of Army that it was God's light and that Baptist CirclesCircle childTon
entertaining the children by Kay'sSunday Help in
Mrs H. A. Bishop Jr., was hon School teacher, Miss Kate trucks, laden with troops, rolling only God could turn it off, he your ,. school
ored Wednesday night with a surprise Struth. into town The old Call Street went to the window looked out One of the Baptist WMS
birthday party given by her telegraph (which Is twice as fast and said: "God. will you please will meet next Tuesday afternoonat
H. A. Jr., Miss The birthday cake. l Iced In white the home of Mrs. G. W. Alder-
husband, Bishop as the grapevine: telegraph) flash- pull out that plug? Add peo-
Nina Bishop, and Miss Bobble and decorated In pink rosebuds, ed into action and soon the ple I envy: Gladys Weldon (Mrs. man at 3:30 P. M. with :Mrs. ,'
Cameron. The dining room table held three burning candles. After alarm was all over town that S. A.) proud aa punch over the Blanchard Law as hostess. Free Pencils 1o' Students
the traditional "Happy Birthdayto !
at their home on Washington troops were moving into Blanding 150 quarts of Georgia peaches she Circle Two will meet Tuesday
You" the honoree
Street was attractively arranged song young They always say that curi- canned during her recent visit afternoon at the home of Mrs. E.
blew the candles and cut the
buffet style for a lovely supper. osity killed the cat, but this time with relatives in Griffin, Ga. Shaw

Those invited to celebrate the cake.Mrs. curiosity killed the rumor' Looks like a peach pie winter for Circle Three will meet at 'the The opening of school will be here beta
occasion with the honoree were: Hart, assisted by her One Intrepid Callstreeter jumpedIn the Weldon family Remind home of Mrs E. W. Hayes on
Mr. and Mrs W. C. Powell Mr. mother Mrs J. C. Manning, and his car overtook one of- the me to drop around Seems;' Kingsley Lake on Tuesday witha you know it, so we are offering FR

and Mrs. Hugh Ingram Miss Nina her sister Mrs C. W. Beasley of trucks and yelled out, "Whatsup : awfully nice to be able to call Ethel covered dish luncheon. PENCILS to all students itho call at

Bishop, Comer Ferryman Miss Gainesville, served refreshments ? Where you fellows going?" Sewell on the telephone (yes, she The Business Women's Circle t
Freddie Wlmberly Everett McKinney of Ice cream and cake. Favors Imagine the let-down feeling 'finally got one) Not listed will meet at the home of Mrs.E. store' and register.

Mr. and Mrs Jack Wagner I were rubber balls on elastic when the reply came back, "We're I yet, but the number is 172-J . E. Canova on Kingsley Lake.

of St. Petersburg, parents of, strings. going to Orlando I"! Later Information -
the honoree Jim Brown Godwin, (via the grapevine) has Opinion of the "'",k: "Ameri-
Fountain Pens
Recent Births for the Stude
Mrs. J. M. Davis and son, James
Garland Godwin.. L. M. Gaines, it that the men were part of the cans gesticulate more with their
:Maxey Carter, Jr., Bobby Turner and Mrs, Jlmmle McMillen and Seventh Army and were going to legs than with their hands.- I I Beverly Lynn Baker

Herbert Green and Miss BobbleCameron. daughter, Skipper, have returned Orlando temporarily, but, are com Ilya Ehrenburg-, Russian Journalist Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Baker of

from a visit In Jonesboro, Ark. ing back to Blanding As for Something tells me he Starke announce the birth of a
___ me, I've quit believing anythinguntil ran into a couple of jitterbugs
n daughter, Beverly Lynn, on
I actually see It with my somewhere Smart people, July 4 d.If .
22 the Alachua
N SERVICE >"AS,YOU LIKE IT" own eyes those Churchwells-when scratch Gainesville. County Hospital ? b
feed,went too high they took their
BRADFORD ,BARBER SHOP; Call Street Scene: N. T. Hitch entire chicken colony to the can- Sandra Lee Perkins

Court St.-We Appreciate Your Business and Sonny Haynes taking 'a flyer ning plant, and encased them In Mr. and Mrs. Lee Perkins an- ::7

W.+J.RPratheaf ; 1C. L tr *t .In the produce business equipped tin! Don't know whether it's nounce the birth of a daughter, '8o 1>.I'"I.'!". .-
r gJn\C
'oversized true not,.but that N. :
With an truck and a or. they say Sandra-*Lee, on Sunday.July 28, .. ,
couple of Hhaircuts Mack T. Rltch when he first heard the in the Mary Lawson Hospital, 3 .. -.. .-
Futch arriving home with his good news exclaimed, "Oh boy! Palatka.
A'iin'o'rn.ing' the Reopening Navy discharge (Jax NAS, July It's a girl!" e Hear that Merry
27)) and heading straight for Beth Knight and Mary Jo Cald- Jama* Truman Lee. _
OF THE Kingsley Lake ", .A. E. Wall well are pulling all kinds of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lee of
back In circulation here after resigning strings to get to room togetherat Starke announce the birth of a All Nationally Advertised Makes'

his job with the State Tallahassee Her 'lI wish-I son, James Trueman. on July 28. and Prices

Industrial Commission Says ing 'em luck Add ambitions:
Elizabeth Dianne Hitch
I'XIE"CA'FE he's tired of being on the road; Bill Long wants to be a ountrylawyer"
Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Hitch Jr.
wants to settle down Johnny with plenty of time for announce
Redgrave (Jax'vllle) visiting the fishing the arrival of a daughter,

702 TEMPLE AVENUE homefolks after a vacation in Virginia Elizabeth Dianne, on 'Tuesday Harley F. Stroi
July 30, in St. Vincent's
Martell Edmondson, Virginia Sewell writes the home Jacksonville
the beauty prize winner, moving folks that she's having the time

Enjoy Real IIonest-To-Goodness Home-Cooked with her family to Miami Still of her life as a worker on the Michael Johnny Walker Camp Blanding Jeweler Since 1941
Meals In Clean Quiet Surroundings plans to have a beauty parlor of I Methodist Youth Caravan and C.P.O. and Mrs. Samuel M.
her own In the Magic City someday rapidly getting used to such Walker announce the birth of aBOn. 137 W. Call St. Starke, 1

'quaint New England customs as Michael Johnny, on Thursday
baked beans for supper every July 25, in the Jacksonville
Hear' that Francine. Fisher ex- Saturday night. Believe it or Naval Air Station hospital.Mr. .
Callstreeter who now lives In not you don't have to ring the

Green Cove recently received her telephone In) the new office of and Mrs. Merrill C. Futchof .. YOU'RE WELCOME ATMcDavid's
after the ALWAYS
game.. master's degree In plant path- Drs. Mlddletan and Hembree In' Tallahassee announce the birthof
,*r ology at Michigan State College I order to get operator Just a daughter on Friday, July 19
-R Stella Kopelousos and chil- pick up the receiver, and there in the Baptist Memorial Hospitalin Grocery & Marl
e dren are certainly enjoying their) she lal! Some of Buddy Blah-' Tallahassee.Mr. .

vacation In Hot Springs, according I op's trick wiring. I understand and Mrs. E. E. Prevatt SUCCESSOR'TO' GUY'S MARKET
to postcards being received by Letter In'the mall from Lura Lawtey, boy, July 23. Fl
friends here Spied Marjorie (Burgess) Mohr the Telegraph's 225 S. Walnut S't. Starke
and Dooley Davis. Leonard Smith Dooular ex-correspondent at Clay soon I was happy and content.

O i Y % (Jr.), Margaret Monteith, Bobby Hill Says she: "I have a nice God Bless you everyone, and may V All r
Biggs Garland Godwin Verna home, a kind husband, and plentyof rich blessings come to all of you. HOME

1 TL!!i IC Jean Griffin Buddy Davis Mildred everything.. I know you will -Love, Lura". (Mrs. Don O. MILK large '
Mohr Ponca Nebraska can -
Williams Arch Thomas, Andy all be glad. Just a year ago I ) .
illf Ma eeR.M. Adklns, and Jimmy Sewell rep- was discharged from the army DRIED APPLES .
resenting Call Street at the U of F and felt a bit lost bewildered GUeflll that's all for now .
Summer Frolics in Gainesvillelast and afraid. I found such good long See you in the next

3 a e ;. weekend Making the friends waiting at Clay Hill that -CarolynNEW SUGAR Ibs. .

most of the parties and dances, .
A,,_,, ,, ._ IRISH POTATOES 10 Ibs. .
M."nn rMM c* I1 l.,.. In spite of the rain and lightning 'h ,

V-8.JUICE . '

When Carrie Ward Mrs. C. F.) V-8 JUICE, large size .

entertained the Ladles Auxiliary YELLOW CLING PEACHES, 1 gaL
NOW IN STOCK last week they all wanted the recipe .
for the delicious cake that SUNBEAM APRICOTS; 1 gal.

sbe served Always to 1 gal
-- Osceola
Schick Electric Razors Cut GREEN BEANS,
be of service to my faithful public .
I take great pleasure !In reproducing rat killer Artesian SWEET PEAS, 1 gal. .

Ask"the clerk to show you It herewith In these I YACHT CLUB SPINACH 1 gal .
days of sugar shortage, it should ,
this new improved razor.Whitman's certainly fill the bill: I Bay County TOMATOES 1 gal. .
i ,
Butenrotch Pudding Cake Ifi a Dr.Hess product and it'.called AnturatIt's .
1-2 cup fat, 1 cup dark corn or CIGARETTES, carton -
Fine ChocolatesArrived maple 1 pkg. butterscotch ideal for farm use because it's not SNUFF .
t syrup All Brands, 3 for -
pudding mix. 1 cup buttermilk 2 dangerous to poultry livestock or pets if .

this week Limited Quantity egg whites (beaten). 2 egg yolks properly used. PATNA RICE, 5 Ibs. -

(beaten). 1 Up. vanilla 2 3.. cup FRESH ilEATRound
,' I It's more effective than'8quiU the ALSO FULL LINE OF
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF sifted cake flour. 1 ,tsp. soda, 1-2 against

Up. baking powder. Norway or common brown rat Steak .47 RID Loin '
Cream fat to soften. Add
Ladies Umbrellas and cream mixture vigorously until It's tasteless-the rats can't detect it in Sirloin .SO. Chuck -

light and fluffy. Add puddingmix feed or other baits. It can be used as a track. T.Bone ::50 Roast Beef .

r, On Sale at Greatly Reduced Prices egg yolk and blond and :vanilla!roughly.beating Add to ing poison-rats walk in ft, lick their feet Smoked Stew Beef .

blend well. Sift together and stir and 8ie. Pork'Sausage .39 Hamburger .
Try our prescription service. in remaining dry Ingredients add .
ing alternately with buttermilk. Kill costly and dangerous rats now with Swlft's Premium Weiners .

Two registered pharmacists on duty. Fold In egg whites beaten to Anturat-we have Anturat in stock. Tenderized Ham .55 .
a 1b8.AU
moist peaks. Four,butter In two .
8-lnch layer cake pans lined vlth Sweet 8 Nucoa Jewel Lard

wax paper. Bake In moderateoven Sistrunk Feed & Seed Co. Margarine .29 Butter lb. .
(35O degrees" F) for 35 minutes -
Koch Drug Store Use. plain or frost
STARKE, FLORIDA f. G. Hemingway Market
Add,, bdgtitsayings of the ri
younger set: Buzzy Green asking DELIVER

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pCGLST :2, 1948' o

IIDTS of' LOCAL NEWS I I Iand Monday Mrs, W.for G.a visit JIaila with will relative leave I treatment'at Van H. Carden the is receiving-I J. F: Kickllter- returned-recently --returned---to-their--home- In Miami--.-j t-:Mrs. PickhnrdV sister, Mrs. ;:: .f.

in Springfield Ill.RENOV'TIOS. Rochester Minn Clinic following two 'W eks' vacation Sunday following a visit lore with D: Martin I I..

I '. spent at Salt with his
SALE Spring r
now on at
W. S. Koch and Miss Freddie Wimberly Mrs, Jeanette Kincaid It visiting;
Mrs. will
i Pam. of Arcadia I leave Sunday for Atlanta Ga.. Lella's L. F.Dews Shop. her parents. Mr and Mrs. A. C. sisters, Mrs. T. K. Strange and I Bicycle Repair .:
daUghter Smith Jr., who Is attend-
where Durden In Mrs. J. E. Conway. While at
Mr. Koch's parents, she will visit Mr. and Mrs. Tampa.
visiting ing the summer session at the \\e. for all m.kenSN0 :
!' supply factory parts
nd Mrs. L. W. Koch.ck Willard Pass. Mrs. Pass will be. U. of F.. spent last weekend here Mr. and Mrs B. P. Scruggs of Salt Springs Mr. Kickllter pur- / ,
Ward and Mllam Mixon remembered as the former Miss with his father. Tampa spent a recent weekend at I I chased a cottage and plans tofrequently II f of bkycics. ;
Ark., who have Elise Green of this city. I Kingsley Lake with their son-in- I Ve!' hate the equipment and th. err j
ri Dorado Jack Halle of Miami last return to the rl'80rt.jand |
Mr. and Mrs. Ed-. Miss Verna law and daughter Mr .and Mrs. po-rlenre to fix your bike qulrkly.
I visiting Jean Griffin of weekend with his parent, Mr. and enjoy the medical benefit of i
left Thursday to yelp Jacksonville Gary Ennis.I Old Mcyrleti made to look like new.Reliable 'I
Burns is visiting Mrs. Ethel I Mrs. ,0/. G. Halle. 1 the springs! which are> located In
home. M. Biggs. Miss Marl Wayne Page of Little I economical bicycle repalrhac.
| their Mrs. V S. St. John and Miss the Ocala National Forest.
? J L. Peek will leave SatBTfor Mrs. Ruby Johns and L. M. Alice St. John spent Wednesday Rock, Ark.. is visiting Dt and Mr. and Mrs J. H. Wells an.11
Mrs. H. H. Adams
Newton Ga., where she Gaines made a business trip to in Jacksonville A, E. Wall of Tallahassee Is Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wells, of BIGGS & BAKER
her vacation with her Jacksonville Tuesday. RENOVATION SALE now on at Jacksonville, were weekend guestsof
5, Mrs. Charles Hall. W. A. Hendry of Palm Beach LNI*'. Dress Shop. W.spending L. Wall.several weeks here with Mr. and Mrs. U S. Hutto. I 213 East Call Street Starke, FJ-v ;

',. Harry Mooty spent Mon. was a recent visitor of his brotherInlaw Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and Mr, and Mrs T. A. Ennis and I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pickhardt 1 l

m Gainesville with. Mrs.' Milt R. and sister Mr. and Mrs. children spent last week-end In Senator Charles William of Orlando ...
.Newsome. Jacksonville. They
peter were accom-
were weekend of
rtiLI'guaranteed a perman- M. L.' Lawson, Alton Lawson, panied home by Mrs. Landrum'a 1>Ir. and Mrs. Gary guests Ennls a t EASY TElt1\lS FUEl DELIVERYPLENTY, OF PARKING SPACE 1
0 *
..ve, N t Lell** Beauty and H: C. Lawson spent last week father, J. F. Rogers who will remain Klngsley Lake. '
visiting In Auburndale. for a visit. ;

fr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis left Mr. and Mrs T. B. McDonaldand Mrs B. C. Petty of Hollywood i daughter Mr. and Jan Mrs.of E.Gainesville A. Rowton spent and Platform We Always New. Sh.iJ pleent,

esday for Ashevllle, N. C.. Miss Evelyn Stump spent last Fla., spent last week with her sister last week-end with Mr. and Mrs. '
they will remain during theh weekend In Daytona Beach. Mrs. R. A. Newsome. ROCKERS BedrOOm
e W. H. Graham on Kingsley Lake.
| of August.and Mrs. R. R. The d e and son, Mrs. K. G. Duncan spent Wednesday
Mrs. C. T. Jones, who is mak- Welcome Yon
Mrs S. A. Weldon and Ricky will arrive Friday to spenda In Jacksonville.Mr. ing her home here with her son- Assorted CololS

Iy returned Thursday fromn 't week at the Carroll cottage on and Mrs. J. L. Simmonsare in-law and daughter, Mr. and Spring Constructed Suits

: Ga.. where they visited Kingsley Lake. spending a vacation at their Mrs. I. P. Shepherd, left last week Built for Comfort

I Weldon's brother-in-law and Mrs. Walter Swanbom and Miss cottage on the Gulf near Horseshoe for a visit with ref a 11 v e s In 24.50' To Look TIt ru
ir 1')11'. and Mrs. W. J. Burks.Li Dorothy Swanbom left Monday Fla. Tampa. JUST ARRIVED

Nina Bishop returned Mon- for Chicago, III., where they will Mr. and Mrs. Troy C. Davis Mrs. Alta Parrish Mrs. Van 1'uli. I

from visiting friends at the visit for three weeks. and daughters of Miami were Johns, Mrs. Louise Carter, andMrs Our Stock l.argt" Length

f A. In Tuscaloosa, Ala. Miss Della Rosenberg left Mon- weekend guests of the Rev. and Fonle Clemons were among "Iate Claws Mirrors

day for Tallahassee where she will Mrs. W. J. Churchwell. those from here attending the Beds -
Baby Be We lla'n f.'x-
and the
spend a few days with her sister First Lt. Ralph Rhodes who Is funeral of Hiram Prescott at sure see i

GET THE Mrs. Charles Rosenberg. currently stationed at Shreveport, Sampson City on Thursday of Brf'akfast Room Suit cf'llf'lrt Selection
? SURE Mr. and Mrs. G. J. McGriff of La., Is expected to arrive Sundayto last week. Ivory Color I '
Jacksonville spent this week With spend a leave with his parentsMr. For home portraits see T. II. Complete ice hare 0" display

RELIEF FOR.AC/P Salon. : and Mrs. D. A. Montelth. Sad 8. in the wndolc. '
O.xborne on pug With Mattress ::1 (. SA hUy [Teed
SPECIAL: Guaranteed permanent Mrs. Carolyn Kinney and ion, The Rev. end Mrs. W. J. Church- .

1{INDIGESTION wave $! .S at Leila's Beauty Wayne, have returned from a two well left Monday for a three Maple

Mr and Mrs. R. A Green. weeks' visit with friends and. relatives weeks' vacation. The first eight 19 95 WE. BUY AND SELL

Mrs. Carrie Ritch spent Thurs- in Columbia S. C. days will be spent at Lake Juna- Living Room Suit

1 I Ii day in Jacksonville with Mrs. N. Mr. and Mrs D. A. Montieth luska, N. C.. where Mr. Church- I' coon

I 1 T. Ritch, Jr., who Is In St. Vin and Chief Samuel M. Walker spent well will attend a Mission School We also have otherSelections

cent's Hospital. Sunday afternoon In Jacksonville as a representative of the Flor- USED FURNITURE 69.50WE

Mrs. Mabel Wall and William visiting Mrs. Samuel M. Walker ida Conference Mission Board.
,. .
Duncan left Thursday for Spring and infant son, Michael, at the After that they will visit relativesIn

field. Mo., where they will visit Jacksonville Naval Hospital. Rochester, N. Y., and Chicago HAVE A LIMITED. NUMHEH OF

penterVDjflr Story for two weeks. Mrs. Ruby Belew of Waterloo 111, and will spend a few days at

Iowa Is enjoying a Florida vacation Winona Lake, Ind., with Homer Priced At 25.95
as the guest of her friend Rodeheaver. Record Players .

Mrs. H. C. Broadway. \ Mr. and Mr*. M. C. Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Ritch were In Jacksonville one day last These are portable sets Useful on many occasions

Every branch of and son Gene, are occupying the week where their little daughter, .

home on Orange St.. recently pur- Mary Lou, underwent a tonsil-

chased from T. N. Kendrick ectomy In a Jackxonvllle hospital. We have of the scarce items such as Electric Irons,
Sfrt Fred Ross recently I Mr. and Mrs .G. E. Miller and

re-enlisted In the Army, left Tuesday eon, Jack, left Saturday for Port Linoleum Rugs,. Electric Broilers, Hot Plates, and Many

d tor Fort Bragg. N. C.. for re Orford Oregon where they will
Other Useful Appliances.IT'S .
LIABILITY assignment.For make their home They have
CONSTANT wnldlng portrait we T. II. been guests here of Mrs. MiIlt'r'sl

SERVICE <",..horne-. See ail on page 8, parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Shepherd -

WEn 50 YEARS THEFT Miss Nina Kennedy of Jackson A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

ville Is the guest this week of Mrs. A. Z. Adklna returned last

Miss Wanda Pearce. Friday from Norfolk, Va., where
Dr. and Mm. M. B. Herlongleft she visited her son-in-law and John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

FIRE Thursday for a vacation trip daughter, Mr. and Mrs. n. A. Pope.

I C. WALL AGENCY to Waynesville, N. C. Dr. Herlong and her grandson, B. A. Pope, III. PHONE 151 STARKE, FLA.
retired from the active practice I Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall

LIFECLASSIFIED of medicine on August 1. and daughter, Lucia Lyle, of Nor- -

Please Phone 146 Billy Peek left Thursday of last folk, Va., spent last Saturday with

...... week after visiting his uncle and Mr. and Mrs. I>. A. Montieth.I .

j,1/It', i aunt Judge and Mrs..E. K. Ferryman I Mr. and Mm. H. V. Knight of

.and other relatives. Before Gainesville ware recent guests of .
returning to Chicago he will visit Col. and Mrs.'D. E. Knight. Mrs. .

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Sayles In H. V. Knight left Tuesday for

Llttlft Switzerland, N. C.
Come and J be fitted 'for fall ton.

|>. SALE-Missionary I atrawbarry FOR SALE Missionary berryplant und. Splrella Garment Mr*. Frank tives.I .
inn. so thousand ormore.. J.y By bed. or flret Ihoui-nnd.year new J. 1>Br. Bow hoover '402 E. ,Madison. Starke.I Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Shaw and
| .thi>. 3827 Leno Ave.. Jack-
2 mile .
Road 261. tf
Invllle, Fla. St to 8-2 era tttarke.lItev..Idon.place. family spent Thursday of last
of : 8.1t lOt Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Adams and week at St. Augustine Beach.

T 1 YOUR FARM CITY AND Pvt. Albert Morris of Tampa Miss Nancy Lee Knight of

NESS PROPERTY NO ROACHES ANTS, FLIES B1U or spent F rid d a y, July 19th with Gainesville spent last week In Our Complete Stock

flea Bomb if This you use l III not our the Aerosol kerosene Mr and Mrs. Errol Alvarez. Mr. Starke with her grandparents

type. Lasts fOil week..-Auto and Mrs. Adams were in this Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight.
Fountain. vicinity attending the funeral of Mrs. R. M. Ball of Sanford Is

S'rROUT REELI.5: .A.REAL FOR SALE-Mlanlonnry .trnwh..rry her brother-in-law, Dr. J. L. I the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Frank REDUCED

Create. ad..rt..... .f __.- plant by bed or thouaand Herlrll"h First, Stephens in Waldo. The Adams J Bryson. GREATLY
try property." Hu made ever year Price right. Ury residents of Starke In 1933 and Mrs. L. L. Conner and
were I Mr.
...Ir. .r ........_Farm*- Route 2, Starke, Fla. 3t to 8.2
".fmrtn from all over the I when he was express messenger Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Show spent
I" Fr.. opea ...tt... WILL TRADE house and garage on Peggy. i Monday in Jacksonville
STROUT REALTY AGENCY apartment In Ft. Pierce: for: house:: I MEN'S
In Jacksonville, warKe.. Keystone
Represented! Locally ByF. Heights, or St. Augustine. Flor CROUP; II
| c. HOLLINGSWORTH I ida. Writ JohnI.. penmark. CROUP I

116 So. Walnut St. : 738 W. Bay Street Jacksonville 4t 8-16. FOR SALE STRAW
Fla. ; 10.95 7.95 & 8.95

RESSES of all kinds .np- FOR SALE-two 2-burner ButaneKan other !
<.tot; furnltur. lotor.d and plates: 1 u.i-d 8 weeks
p uplu>
Mlnl.h.rt. Dvop ds.1 1......1 '...r.. brand newt" Or will 'exchange forM 4 DRESSESNOW HATS DRESSESNOW
IASTINUS-: MATTRESS CO., EV < irnfM heater.209 Chr tlanrStlinlF
ft. Palal..... 1'''. .r t < ..tfr phon' 113.J. : FARM

.HALE-new Mli.lonary atrawTY BALE-p..lr tee00. t..n work ONE-TIIIHD OFF
/ plant by bed or thou"and'i I old w.llI'ht about. Will lb.sacrifice. 1 trll<'t..f land approximately 513 arrr A good 0-rosen
32-volt Delco single ur double .
l"t with radio. C. Letarh or because I don't needWaldo Ih..m. Seeof house with lights and running water.

[wren, Warke, Fla. 4t to 8I H'I F.. E. Waodln.on Road 3 13 mil.." n..rth atp 1-18 1 dairy barn, 1 double barn for horses. with .h. ..d.. around, .
I 5.95.
KENT.: -three 2-room I tool house with garagm on each .l k -
t t.plnir apartments, f u SITTER fur appolntn.ntI
'.'""! Uea.on ble, clone In. 208 BABY 142-8:30 a. 3uafter: smokehouse with sheds around, 1 syrup shed with kettle, :2
"1|_\la reaso
|p. SALE-Lak front Iota on 8:30: p. m. Prices lit le.30 another location of said land. ALL SIZES "
T.II D Wainwright' : Crystal Jr.. 131 East lATff wood range About 100 acre of said land In cultivation, the rest In I
l Ureet phone 154. Starke.g-8 FOR with re".rvolr. T.OJ.oTerrydLawfey turpentine, pulpwood and sawmill timber Reduced
.. Illra.
150 "h.
liP 100 bead of good, well-bred tock cattle.
I'< 'ALE.-two Jersey cows good Fla._ _
l Ikea Boort qualltlen. Pricesrht 22 hrad of fine hoR-4.!
fr.. SALE Small brick-.lded GROUP IV
HPfn. Fla.L* L. Bvdenbaus-h.Up FOR home: electrlelty h'r.. lot at 1 farm mule. III Shorts
Ther."a. 11.850 .a.h. 1 tra good hor* .
't\\RENT-tp"talr" vacancies on Nice younll brood sow Poland'... 5.95DRESSES; 4.95.
office DurOf <.ro.... ,. suitable for ('hlna nl,'. fat Slacks
a ': )1'' sle.ping qu.rter. N. aft.... unit with .tar 'r.

'.I\alnwrllfht., Phnn.. 154... 181 -East Call I tI"rRAN'Fr ALSO-3O "AI. rabbit-.ne 1 Farmall Model. A tractor In perfect condition, with equipment DRESSES
Flemish Olant white nth. old with cultivator.! Fertilizer dUtrlbo'-.r. moW I n I g machine, Slack Suits
write all Jln.'flr.. S dO'''. S m 0 3.95 2.98
-, S"bilellsblllty.. and life. hutch... IT 50. J. C. CochrsaltTheressa. planter 1 alnftlf tlluc, 1 16" bottom plutv.
:? for your Iln"ur.nce need. Fla.
K T.w lnwrlittit.Jr.." Ill East 1 Farmall Model II tractor, 1 Athens plow, 1 double dine! .
ill!_.tre.t,>hen. 15t.. liP 8-, FOR SALE-new and used. kero.ens harrow. Play .Suits
l..,f.4IAN:. WANTED Reliable; .Id..rm tank.. hot Inquire water Edward 1 hay preon bought recently lift newer been u....d.
L" to supply con"um.m with 11. plumber, TU W. Lnfay..tt.8t. ONE LOTChildren's ALL LADIES.Bathan
'n Shu ,-
household neceiieltlea. Btate .. Htarka. "" 1 horse wagon. .-. SuitsONE "l
[ v Occupation. Raw'fhs I.
1 Army cart used for turpentine SUMMER
Debt. FAH.223.T ) .m.I used seta ofHarvard
\1.. Tenn. c ti Ito FOR SALE--oolla-htIY('Lsslce and New Natlonal 1 log cart complete with chain = -=- = =

'uTEr>-Rom.o to cut down ?asstt,. good nead..u'as A number of hone-drawn, Impl_..*. Play Sandals - Play Sandals J
"I' liv..m.ll oak tress. at new. Fla. It i-I
"..lev Club box 571. Stark t aaddleM. 2.95NOW
hake and a w Into Formerly LOT,
and Oxfords
ratty Telegrap!: M.Uhe.j. r.dfor"f GRIMT MILL OPF.S-MY grist millop.n. All of crop on said land except a certain! portion the crop .

Saturday for'pchdlna gray per get*. Play Sandals
?",RENT-Farm: noun. two milts and m..I. pDrthereafter. La"" Greatly I
of Stark. -WANTED P. 'W. 8\arIiDII. I-I
an in Hampton
ar..to>. work F. PIumB.trawberrlea 'lip on tor Town Property, 1.45 $2'r f Reduced

R 8ALE. WONTED gold, medium prefer-piled. t lotto with, 2-atory brick building, -........ apartment on 'CV1' .1.'
S-bnrn.r Florence ell Pradfory Count All Slzetf'Zr !
l7nr ctlcally new.. May b. r"farm.. Ove. full d..eriptien price..td I upper floor large built-in cooler sad store paM on bottom.
_.:?,,et' Tempi Lake Service 1tR In first letl..r.Ga.L. A 2tl\\11-I.a tock of merchandise and tore fit turn except fan and .
lI.m. R. 1. Dlde.
K'a?.LErr'onowlns clean DRILLING-It Per foot' up. I rash ffptur.i Come In And See These ValuesRobbins'
slenal WELL U 2Nmiles block and brick building near
[\ ,lr' kdln tte et. ... Andrew falry.rl. Highway ,..16CAN'AII i 4 lots with large unfinished

.., ;pi T11101 J shelf 135.. divan or for open...aeIsle north of Stark" tiP railroad. Good JoeatJoI ,,. FORMERLY

\'\ '" "ouo. A-II. Laurance.r AWo.lsn.-1f 7ou need.wnlsgs 1 WO 1-ton truck In good condition.
Vlli,... 1lo contact John A. Andreae I STERN IJEICG'S
Lk liuU..r Fr.. All end property clear of debt offered for O.000. Rea on
54. .
".\ boa 1 e ,
,, northwest-.- of house kltarke.1 In-1-1 estimates gladly .I.en. atp for .elling; getting old sad not able to look after It.

'1,,din. : II acres limbered lanA.ii 8ALEfroproof. Australian. USE OUR
Cherry:Street Stark. Fla FOR In e.n. Sac .0lrcl0.V. or LAY.AWAY PLAN
pin. 100 He Fla.
Y. Hampton
Its over 10 each: dl.turb.d In r B. Saxon ,
Hoots. not I - - - - -
each -
Ulld.lak. ,
R 'yT! -*-room furnl.hed. cab- ..tttI., Keyst R bert u.'ahtFI.D"dd.' .... - - -- - -- -
r unnln.' wat.r. Phone 111- ..', liP ,.,
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FAOB SIX __ BRADFORD CatTNTY:: THtEGBAPn.! BTAB1OC. FLORIDA ____________________________________nln.\____}' "tGtllt''I
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Florida title July Atty. for PIt. T-15 4t 8-9
Heal at SUrke. *
Library Presents Array of Summer Fiction Control of Rabies Means Control of Dogs, 17, 1948. -- SPATE AND :JfOTIfp> .I 1'0. !I

For Those Who Like Their Reading LightAn Health Board Reminds Local Law OfficersA T.AM Frank Clerk of Landrum ald Court.Starke. Fla. COUNTY CKHY. FLOHIUAl IN CHAN.: denee Vermont and"an Sthlr.rl..I D4"It k;

Atty. for Plf 7-19 It 8-9 Antoinette Rua-o-lrello, Plaintiff vs. You sr, I., ., 'I. Iftk, .
array of new titles for summer Phillis Bottom., "Hollow Triumph warning that rabies can be. dogs to leash or paddock during Alfred RUffg-lrello Defendant Case August" 19. |1"4" ,'II,' \I ." II.ed !
I I Vaccinate iv riRciir (OIHT. iuti Fonoroi No .4945. Court l I* 01.
controlled only through the control local epidemics of rabies; (7) inn
reading was announced this ," by Murray Forbes and I '\'rY. FLOUIUAI iv:' CII.N- ORDER OF PUBLICATION tiff seeks dll.I., ", "'h'Tt
of dog was Bounded this all dogs against rabies oncea CEit V. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Telegraph .hall W....
week by the Public Library. Of "'Wlldern ls Adventure* d Wa- week by the State Board of year. Information relative to Paul'JeHM Lechalk. Plaintiff VII I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. Alfred In next four i. y.ullll b II

the 32 best-sellers currently list- torlcal novel by Elizabeth Page Health. In a letter to all city and vaccination of animals may be obtained Margaret, Oma CaRe Harrln No. 4933.Lechalk, Defendant and address Rugrlrello In:, 4638 whose Heck residence Place Witness m : "kh> :l"II.,

ed by the New York Herald-Tri- Twelve titles have been addedto county health officers David B. from a veterinarian or ORDER OF PUBLICATION Detroit Mlchlcan. : \ .
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR You roiiulred to
bune 22 are available according the library's mystery shelves: Lee, director of the Bureau of local health authorities; and (8) STATE OF FLORIDA to: Margaret August are 14 1948, In the above appear nam on BlinORDER l

"Five Passenger's for London" Sanitary Engineering urged that Quarantine and notify local health HOC Harris Ltchalk whose acldremi ed Court and cause n plaintiff I
H. H. librarian. .Brt
to Mrs. Young. IH unknown.You seeks I divorce. County I
by Mignon O. Eberhardt, "There'sa they ascertain whether their communities officials all animals suspected of are required to appear on Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn liIN :

Books most recently received reason for Everything." by JohnF. have ordinances requiring being bitten by rabid animals. Monday, August 19th 194A, In the next, four weekly Issues.Witness -
Include: "Now and Then." by Somerset the of running above named Court and cauae. my hand aad official' : .RTI1' ro RT
muzzling dogs
Bardin "Time to Change Hats, k" divorce COI"Ty It
I II wherein plaintiff I e e seal at Starke, Florida thla July" FLORin,
Maugham "The Huckster..j by Margot Bennett. "Panic-Strik I loose and other similar safety factors Cecil WhiteheadSells Bradford County Telegraph. Khali 17. 1946. tEStY, u
by Frederik Wakeman I in this connection and if not I publish. thin Order In next four (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Rose Walt eb.rmlft
Mitchell Wilson. "Lying
en. by weekly issues.Witness As Clerk of said Court Herman. Pill
clair's "World to Win "Bernard Ladles," by Robert Finnegan. "we are recommending that you Service StationSale my hand and official sealat I T. Frank Lnndrum Starke Fla. No 4938. p,t.

Clair." by James T. Farrell I I "Benefit Performance" by Rich- get one adopted." Starke Florida this July 17. ''..\tty. for I'If. 7-19 4t 8-9 OF

"Past All Dishonor" by JamesM. ard Sale "Go Down Death" by The sanitary chief pointed out of the Standard filling station (1918.OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. TnomaK, IN CIRCUIT -COURT. BRADFORD STATE AND NOT OF :PtI44 1

Cain, and "Delilah" by Marcus Sue Brown Hays. "Honolulu Story that this Is the season when at Lawtey by Cecil White- An Clerk. of said Court.. COVNTYi FLORIDA IN CHAN.Rnslna eberman, who F4JRTAlfl,.
St. Aus'K-
head has announced. C. F. John J Henderson E t| CElLS' dress r''d..
Goodrich. I I ," by Leslie Ford, "Pilgrim'sRest rabies is heard most about when been tine, "Idp'\'t. Cavallarl Armelllnl. Plain. hurst Avenue'weekly n'b.,, t
Recommended light novels are"Heart's ," by Patricia Wentworth children are playing on streets In Miles the new owner stated that Atty. \ 7-1S 41 89IV tiff vs. Giuseppe Armelllnl, Defendant You are New. r.rk,X
"" he will continue the same line of Cane No. 4941: August reqnlr,5 h to ,,
Home. by Peggy Dem by Terry and the 19, 1946
"Signal for Danger, parka roaming country- : CIRCI'IT COVE BRADFORD ORDER OF POBLICATIONAND .d ''n thl .
"Member of the Wedding." by Harnan, and "Dangerous HoneyMOOn aide They are therefore in closer i gaa and oil products and automobile TOI':MTV.' FLORIOAl IV: CHAV.CKHV. :' NOTICE) TO APPEAR tiff Court"eek.and. cau.. ."" ,

Carson McCullers. "Canvas Sky ." by Axel Klelland.\ "Who contact with stray and ownerless I accessories A former produce STATE OF FLORIDA to: Oluseppe tift' mald.n.Ih'or" 'and 11
Armelllnl whose residence
N. W. Warren Plaintiff VH. Marion and Bradford be
a story of the circus by David Knocks," an anthology of ghost dog -doga whose health Is seldom man operating out of the Virginia Warren Defendant.Cane addreSs Is: Santa Maria Revlgo, publish thi Cnunt, 'rvln

Llebovltz Uaforseen" by Dorothy stories, Is edited by August Der- vouched for. He urged protectionfor I Jacksonville market Miles has No 4919.ORDER Italy. to : Issue Ordet It
OF PUBLICATION You are required appear on
been for four Wltnen'
Macardle Kathleen Norrls newest leth. The new western novels are both people and animals and a Lawtey resident AND NOTICE TO APPEAR August 19, 1946 In the above named at Stance.my .handwdrf!
"Mink Coat" "Lifeline." by "Sunset Run." by Curtis Bishop said too that when dogs are al. years.Whitehead STATE OF FLORIDA to: Marion Court. and cause wherein plaintiff 1946.OFPlCIALEA. K.orm. ,Ib,
seeks divorce. Bradford County
whose residenceand
Virginia Warren,
"Valley of Vanishing Riders" by lowed to stray without benefit of retains his garage address la unknown.You Telegraph shall publlxh this OrderIn A.( C.rk\ .t ,) \.1
DID YOU KNOWthat Norman A. Fox and "Lost Range" vaccination against rabies the and will resume Its active management are required to appear on next four weekly issues T. Frank LandrulT.Id <<:oort.
12 1946, In the above namd Witness mY hand. and official sent Slark.
more people use Florida Llvra by Frank C. Robinson. possibility of their being bitten upon return from a .Auartmt. Court and, cause, wherein plain- at Starke. Florida this July" 17 Atty. for Pit.SN ,.

Tone the Pep-up laxative, to relieve Heading the list of nonfictionare by a rabid animal is greater. three-weeks vacation In Hot tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County 1146 : cinciir' (':iiiRT
Arkansas.T4 Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn I I (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, cotTS.i2S_.. III
sour stomach "Soldier of Democracy" an Springs FLOIUD"l'
constipation Every year there are numerous next four weekly |I..ue. As Clerk of said Court.T. CElLS'
and the misery caused by Indigestion Eisenhower biography by Ken- dog heads tested by the State Witness my hand and official aealat Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. D. U. H iughe" .,
R. N. CRAWFORD JR. Starke Florida, thlr July 10, Atty. for Pit. 7-19 4t 8-9 Dusenberry Hujh? ,t.
? The reason: It satisfies. neth S. Davis "Art of Plain Talk. Board of Health Laboratory and a 191ft. Case No. r

Start today feel grand tomorrow. by Rudolf Flesch and "The Rocky; large majority reported: rabid. STATIONED: AT WEST POINT (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, IV' r.r1'.T' COI'IIT. BRADFORD I ORDER 4938 OF'l
sold T-4 Robert N. Crawford. Jr. As Clerk of said Court. (COI-S'. FLOHIDAl IV:' (:"AI11 : ANn PtlllJr
FLORIDA UVRA TONE la Mountains) a descriptive work therefore forcedto NOTICE iO ,
Many persons are T. Frank Landrum, Starke. Florida. ( ''] V. I4TATft AP
at all Drug Stores. by Wallace W Atwood.UNDERSTANDING. take Pasteur treatment against formerly stationed with the Quar- Atty. for Plf. 7.12 4t '-2 Clare Barton Ilelnmlller Plaintiff, Evelyn Dusenberr OF' FLORIPt
termaster Corps at A. P. HllMllltaiy vs Carl ,V. Helnmlller Defendant. residence .and Hurt
I rabies. Two small children in Case No 4932.OHDER addrfn It
Reservation in Virginia, iv riRrriT rorRT. BRADFORD OF Pt'BLTCAIONAND Inlet, South 'arollri.
Florida died last year from the CfHJ' 'I'Y, FLOHIDAI:' CHAV.CKHY. : You are rtnulred. .
k Is now serving with the same out- August 19, ISM, in ,h"
disease contracted from the bites
of fit at West Point Military Edith Lee Shuler, Plaintiff. vs. II. Helnmlller, whom residence la Pentagon Court and cau.,,
stray dogs. seeks divorce BrUltr
It. Shuler. Defendant (""8 No.
Y. F'ulldlng Washington D. C.
the economy of management make upa Lee pointed out that "We are Academy. 494A. You are required to appear on Telegraph In shall nibli.i ,
next four
primary quality of our Service whichis constantly faced with the dangerof Crawford's organization is engaged ORDER OF PUBLICATION August 19, 1946, In the above named Witness W.kI' i Is.
I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .and wherein my htni M,.
cause plaintiff
dedicated to the affairs and needs of rabies and the only effective In staging demonstrationsfor STATIc OF FLORIDA to: H. RShuler seeks divorce. Bradford County- Ileal at Stark, **"*'",,
16. U48
bereavement. control of this disease lies In the the West Point graduates in whose renlden and. address Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn (OFFICIAL SEAL,
In: % Elisabeth parsons Shuler A.J J
control of dogs. Pets should be : various phases of the quartermaster 117 Taylor Street, Ueorcetown Witness next four my weekly hand and Issues.official seal A.T. Clerk of said Ccurt

kept at home and tray dogs eli- work. such as field kitchens South Carolina. at Starke, Florida this July 18. Atty Frank for l.andrum'It. itati'
'*' You are required to appear on 194U !
minated. Is the of laundry, bakery shoe repair and
concensus August 10, 1946. In the above named (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas,
small animal authorities that most outdoor baths. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff. As Clerk of said Court. IV: 'IRC1'IT ('Ofli'?, II,
His N. seeks divorce. Bradford County Harry H. :Martin Jacksonville, Tla. COIiNTY'' FLOHIUVi I
DEWITT C. JONES cases of rabies are spread by new address Is: T-4 R.
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Atty for rif. 7-19 4t 8-9 Cl*:H'.
stray dogs." Crawford Jr., Qm. Dem. Bn., Qm next four weekly issues. Hattie J, Wood. Plaint| |('
AMBULANCE: SERVICE Det., U. S. Military Academy co Witness my hand and official' IV: r.Rrt'.T COI'RT. BRADFORD null Woods, L>eft'nii.nl-
He urged all local health officers .
seal at Starke, Florida, this July ('0 1"\1' TY, FLOHIDAl: CHAIV.
Funeral Director and other local officials .to "In- Post QM West Point N. Y. 17, 1946.IOFFICIAL. CKHV.Frances. 49URDER: OF PfBUC
( BEAD A. J. Thomas Roebuck, Plaintiff vs. AND NOTICE TO AT
STARKE vestigate their ordinances for enforcement -
PHONE 7 As Clerk of said. Court.
:N CIRCUIT CO! HT BRADFORD Laurence lloebuck. Defendant. Case STATE OF FUMUDA I
procedure to assure roitNrv. ....ORIU\. IN CIIANMury T Frank Lnndrum, Stacks, PIn. No. 4947 Woods, w huse reslamct, U
(,'..:HY. Atty. for Plf. 7-19 4t 8-9 ORDER OF
funeral home that You
enables us to adequate steps are being are required II .
Huillnl, Plaintiff, NOTICE ,
vs. Anthony TO APPEAR
August" 12, 111..1 I ., In thtaed
offer conveniences and services not taken to protect your citizens or llu.llnl, Defendant. ('aoe No, 4944ORDER iv ('lnrl'IT cntitr. nn\iFonn. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lawrence Court and taunt. wbi

otherwise availa ,le. if you have no local ordinanceby > NOTICR OF PUBLICATIONANI TO APPEAR ('oI..rY.'KHV.John FLORIDA. IV CHAV.f unknown.You Roebuck. whose residence Is tiff seeks dlvorci !Bnitt! '

which to control the dogs of HTATH OK KUiniDA to: Anthony C, :XfcMurdy Plaintiff vs. are required to appear on Telegraph In next four nhall public
i hiv
Hudlnl, whose reHldtnre and, addressIn Catherine Mi-Murdy, D. fen d ant. August 19, 1946, In the above
furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and your community we are recommending Cane No. 493S Witness my hand ind oat '
Cesanatlco Province of Farll and wherein
cause, plain
accept ANY life Insurance policy in force, Issued by ANY company that you get on adoptedfor Italy. (>lll>iil OF Pt'RLICATIOV: jtCeo.'i.t.{ : divorce. Bradford County 1945.Staike Florida till
this You are required to appear onAUKUHt AMD! NOTICE TO APPEAR Telegraph shall publish this Order.
purpose. (OFFICIAL SEAL 4.1 1Aa 1
as payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation STATK OF FLOItIDA to: Catherine -
1046, In the above named I, In next four weeloly Issues. Clerk of laid Court
carries no obligation. "The best way to control rabies Court ..t'ci; cause wherein plaintiff. McMuidy, whose residence Witness my harM and official L Each H. Pniigla< GaiDfi,
i III through keeping dogs at home ,oekti divorce. Bradford. County and addrexH IH: 350 Bristol. Street, Deal at Starke, Florida, this July Atty. forCHILLS Pit 1
Telegraph Khali. llrooklyn N. Y. I
publish this Order IS. 114U
which case they should be given In neat four weekly Issues. You are required to appear on OFFICIAL SEAL) A..1. Thomas, I .
I every protection against rabies. Witness my hand and official AuftiiKt, 1't. 1946, In the above named As Clerk of said Court &FEI
sent at Starke Florida, this July 'ourt and cause, wherein plaintiff Zach H. Douglas Gainesville, Fla.
are strongly urged to have 1 7. 14ft. seeks divorce. Bradford County Atty. for PIt. 7-19 4t 8-9 I
their pets Inoculated against the (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas lelPKraph shall publish this OrderIn IV: CIRCI'i'l' COI'RT. BRADFORDCOITVTY DUETOMALIRELIEVED61
An Clerk of said Court. next, four weekly issues.. :' FI.OK1U1I:' CHAN.CFRY. -
STARKE DAYKingsley disease every year. This inoculation T. Fiank 1-nndrum, Starke, Fla Witness my hand and official seal .
Is effective In almost 85 per Atty. for Pit. T-19 U 8-9 at Starke Florida this July 18.Ofo'FIfAL Evelyn Murrell Tanner Vonderlelch -1
of all 1545. Plaintiff vs. Julius Vermont
cases iv rmci'IT (' >!'IIT. nnADPonn ( SEAL) A. J, Thomas Vonderlelch' Defendant. Case No.
at The following eight "how to prevent COUNTY.! FLOHIUAl. : CHAIN- As Clerk of said Court. : I I
rabies" C.U. Chas. R. Hess, Jacksonville Fla. 4937.ORDER OF PUBLICATION >
suggestions were L
Rosa Fredericks., P I a I ntlf. Vs.. .
stressed: Freeman J Fredericks, Defendant.

BeachEvery : ((1) Keep human beings and Case ORttEfl N
animals away from rabid animals; AND NOTICE TO APPEAR

((2) Eliminate ownerless dogs; (3)) .1.STAT Fredericks OF ,FLOIUOA whose residence to: Freeman and

Institute proper control of all address Is. Heneca. South Carolina. .
Thursday From 12 to 6 dogs by owner at all times; (4)) You are required to appear on
August 25. 194(1. In the above named .
.. _
Report all suspiciously ill dogsto Court and :
-au.e. wherein plaintiff. : : ,".
veterinarian and/or local health necks, divorce. Bradford County ;: ; : .
Telegraph shall. publish. this Order I ..,."..... .
PRESENT THIS AD FOR authorities; (5)I Quarantine all In next four weekly Issues. t- C
Imported dogs for reasonable per Witness my hand and official DVUstD
seal. ) at Ktnrke
Florida, this July
iod; (6) Quarantine or confine all 84, 144ft NA1.

Free (OFFICIAL SHAD A. ..TThntnn._ __., BEGl
oriH OP wrnrKiioiDKnv A. Clerk of mid Court7T cBABa _
MKKIIMU' Frank I.nmlrum, Starke, Florida, ; 1 lb.
Nolle I Is. hereby given that. a Atty for I'lf. 7-26 4t 8-16 ctuLaw 2- 1 .
SWIMMING f\ SliBcliil. Mxetlnir ot th. Htnukhnldersof 1)read d cbees.e: .
the Florida. Hunk .at HtHrke will iv: nnri-iT cor-n'r. nn\i)poi PICNIC TABLES \ b.. held on the 20th day of August, ('otFLOUIU"I! I'* (:IIA\I:' ; 4--
I'M8. Rt 10:30 ,,'<'Iock In the Forenoon (''':UV. meut cookVArlteSU PP" :to ta&salt. ,.
Large Room For <::::: In the office of bank In John H Ferguson. Plaintiff, v", CI ..4.51 gal crab ..erqgl.
BtHrke, Florida. The purpose ot Junnlta F. Fletcher Ferguson, De B 111
Dressing Accommodations snld m".lInlo Is. to consider the fendant Case No. 4911) pepPSr"eU: place ., __
..ilvl.ahllttv of reducing the par. OHDEH OF ri-HLICATIOV: tie ccdaUP'ingredients ClackerF oven ,, _
vnlue ot the capital stock ot the AND NOTICE TO APPEAR eigbt 1 _
i.1 :9IJ1 lA
corporation and to authorise I such BTATHOK fljomtiA toJuanlta: ; 3SfAi >>eer.'m "
We Suggest For A Good lIealTRY OUR art Inn ihoreon at that time as may F. Fletcher Ferguson whose r..I.) .. 911$115l S1' QuId ..nth _
be approved by a Imul vote of dence and mldress la g Wilson butter. 5el'98'
CHICKEN STEAK FISH AND SHRIMP DINNERS the stork street, Greenville 88. South Caro dot >>nute..
In rompllanoe with the Laws of tin.a. lot tblxt MJs.14.U.
Florida and the Ity-Lawm ot this You are required to Oto
appear on d.1AX .-
Cottages, Rooms Apartments Reasonable Rates bank this notice. U being mailed. Aus-UKt It. Isis, In the above named SeI'9" an.d Ss.n torhiS
to each known stockholder Court and muse, wherein baS1 .
and U plaintiff
; 1e, orSend ,
being, published for four weeks seeks dlvor'.. Bradford County J1v
Billiards Boating Bowling prior to Hiild meeting Telegraph hall. publish this Order parr. a usnrner r..pe. 0.. 11 p.ig ..,..
". r- KEWKIA-"..'- In next tour weekly I.......... \ .Ugge. us.',
KINGSLEY BEACH LOCATED ON BEAUTIFUL ATTEST: Wltnemi my hand. and official recipe tor ita
H. f.. PKEK JU. Ca.hler. seat. ..t 8Urk"' Florida, this. July recJ10 be. >>revnn9
LAKE Next Door To Camp Blanding 7-19 4t 8-9 15. 1 1945.' \sb.edo. SS.00 Editor, lAX
# ( J I. Thomas
.\s Clerk .... Court. Ad a: Re ., noddcr.Co. .
4 1 T. .nnk J-lIldrum.! Stark. Fin 1acksOn
Atty, for 7.19 4t g.9 ..

EXPERT 1\1: CIRCI'IT 051ST. BRnrnnn
rOI'II'rY.' !' FLONSIEIi I'< tHVM.Mlck :' .

,, dnrico Plaintiff, vn. t.ouulse
Mc>rl"'n.: "..'" ndant. Cane No. 494J

p14j MorT ANO iJB"K"NOTIPE FLORIDA TO APPEAR to Louise. Iv". ji

e residence and ad-
pull is: 201 Avenue .and Park 4 --t _
Brooklyn. New York. :
You are required to spp.ar on
AUKU"t U. 1946' In the Shove named 4)P
Court and cause wherein plaintiff _
seeks. divorce. Bradford County _
Teleirraph shall. p.ihll.h this
SERVICE In next tour weekly iMueH.vrru"r __
'Aitnps. ; r
my hand an.1 official' seal
N4R8tarke. FlorIda this July 17. :' _

in taking Chas. c. A.(OFFICIAL Clerk ot SEAL said )Cou.t.A. J. Thomas __ : '

T. Frank ...
ShepherdAt Atty. fur .m.. St.rke.7.,, 4t Fla 8-t .
% of .
; a care IN (.RC".T COLISI' 8RADFORD

: Gay's Service StationDO CICRT.COI''TT. FLORIDA IV tfl2I:%.

"is- your clothes Lont Ruby Lee Lone Plaintiff. Y. Jvv. E_
r.ef.C450L ('Roe No. 4982.

'ii YOU KNOW AB01JTROACHES'l l..nn.olllan., wh.... .e.lden"FLORIDA I.to Box: I. W.55. ... MELLOW

"The critical shortage of wearing apparel You a.e required to appear on

is still with us. That's why it's When yon flaht- ,roaches yea Court Au.uet and U. 194.causq. ln. wherein th. above plaintiff named Here's a truly delightful adventure in fine dmi"j)

wise and try to ret rid of them all. not seeks. dlvo."e. Bradford
o sensible '
to preserve your Just kill the few that you can 'Tele..raph 'hml1 publish this County Order a dream of a dish Regional Deviled Crab, YI'
precious wardrobe. Expert dry clean- bit with spray or dust or that In ne'tI' four weekly l..ue*. .
walk Into a powder by accident. Witness '1>" hand and official seal l the tangy goodness of the spaf rk
Ing rives your suits and coats that a:48tarke.' Florida this July a..,, the sea enhanced by
brand new look well K-3-D ling it! Yes,
as as longer (OFFICIAL SEAL) A- J- Thomas golden JAX Beer you'should serve with

life because of our ap arancernivt ROACH KILLER A. Clerk ot .,ud Court. '. / it's fine deliciousA !

ing use-prolonging technique.- To get IS DIFFERENT Atty zach, H.for D.Plf.>IIela., Qalnerrllle. Fla ,, a combination regional and
j.at 4,
double duty from your clothes, put It.Roaches They eat dry 1 It up because and die.they Safe Ilk* I'd rIMr.-I'r Coral' BRADFORD 8.U And when you meet that old, old summertim,*

your clothing in our hands. to us.. Non-poisonous to man ('Ot''IIT'' ', FLOHIDAI I% ell \*. 5.-----z; ;: problem of thirst the Southeast!
and pts.15c r.MW': turn to JAX Beer,

PHONE 135 and 25c Pkgs. fendant Antonio'" 'Villa nn Cane Nune nu.va.No. 4tU.VllUnueva Plaintiff, I v>.... $% ;, :; '%_ great, regional Drink of Friendship. You'll enjoy a

a'Sistrunk oRDER OF PPRLI'ATtO-l: : matchless quality in mellow, pre
ROUT. 111Ji11 315 ANtI NOTICE TO APPEAR i't; j every glassful .

thod Feed and radon I4T.'TP.Nun"('I" FLORIDA VllUnueva.to:who.Encar.. mium goodness at its satisfying peak!

GREEN, ]tUU 7 !: ;4 Temple Seed Co. Pontebedra.residenc' mn'1 Carrll adIreca Spain.Ie: Emana -

Owner Ave. STARKE FLORIDA A.Xrl" are .rnulr...t t. appear on

Mfg. by McFhsJl Product ('ollrt.and U. cause 1914, ,In wherein the above plaintiff named ju: BREWING: ; Flori*

seeks .. COMPANY.
Orlando, FT*. .. dlK0rc Bradford CountT *- Jacksonville
halt publish this Order .. ,
I;'it nest four w .l ..
Witness my and official

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S. 1840
r ...----""'-, -- :.:. COUNTY T-3-BORAPn. STARKE. PLOItmA PARK! IUIVIiN

. . to the Baptist Woman's Missionary i

Society at her attractive -- -- .

1 ite Bryan Farm Wbltfleld residence July An 24 interesting, from Wednesday 3 talk until was 5 afternoon o'clock. Church tr'JI ::1

presented J1; &

.M.E.. Griner. .reLay .- Harrell.by the and president prayer, was Mrs. offered Beulah Sunday School Guide :

from Apopka and by Mrs. Henry Hodge. Mrs. Her- t.

Ihere were called 'I' chell Layfleld, Mrs. Earl Green, .. 101 .
they Miss Iva Mae ---.----- ..
Lewis _
H the Illness and subth Mrs. Vasco --- -- -- --- -- -- '-- 5-- -5-- _____--.-_-__ ---5
t of of Mrs- Grlner8 Hazen, Mrs. Ruth Hazen, Mrs. C. At The TabernacleThree

,"'M, Relnau. Sympathy A. Crosby, and Mrs. J. K. Douglas ALL CHURCHES IN BRADFORD COUNTY AUE INVITED TO PLACE THEIR Billy Mathews

I j, to Mr and Mrs. GrlL participated In presenting the young people recited per. ANNOUNCEMENTS: AND NEWS ON THIS PAGE. HOWEVER TO INSURE : Guest Speaker
program. fectly their first grade memory INSERTION ON THIS PAGE. COPY MUST BE IN OUR OFFICE NOT LATER ,
L ,rrs Vance Geiger and Mrs. Harrell served lemonadeand work in the Youth Meeting Sat.< THAN TUESDAY MORNING OF EACH WEEK. At Methodist ChurchBilly
; and Mr. and Mrs. cookies to the members pres urday night at the Tabernacle, i
1 ley Clinton and their certificates of award Mathews, president of the
and sons ent.The
i.dley I next will be Student Union at the Universityof
fWayne, of Jacksonville meeting will be held presented next Saturday
Lay with Mr. and Mrs. at the Brooker Baptist Church evening at the regular meeting. Florida, will be guest speakerat
Wednesday afternoon, August 14, : Those passing the test were lit. the First Methodist Church ,
itjfarles Cloversettle and at 3 o'clock. All members are tie Kathy Johns, Misses Alma next Sunday morning at 11 o'-

to their homea urged to attend. Jean Matheny, and Isabelle Parker clock. The pastor, the Rev. W. J.
returned Sunday after having? Mrs. O. R. Gano has returned Stiff I'll be glad Churchwell Is on his annual va

I of Mr. and Mrs. home here following a visit with The program centered around I to meet cation.
trker guests for a week. I, her sister, Mrs. T. M. Rebington the subject: "Truth Presented to you Mr. Mathews, one of the outstanding

of Jacksonville in Jacksonville. Youth", and brought out many I after the Voting young leaders of the
B] Ty on f his parents, Mr.TR Mr.: and Mrs. Mike TllIgham helpful answers to problems of I state, la a dynamic speaker! and

guest( H)Tyson, Sunday. and daughter, and Junior Mott, youth today. The next Youth Peop le's Meeting" will bring a great massage. *

the past week. Billy all of Gainesville, were Sunday Meeting will be presided over by titi Sunday evening\ at 8 o'clock
wi,4 Worth was theIf guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Mott. Elmer Johns, and special effort I tha Rev. Ralph Rivers, pastor of
Mr and Mrs. W. G. Mrs. Lloyd Harrln and daughter Is being put Into the preparation the Wuldo Methodist Church, will
iiu f Imogene, of Callahan, were I of the musical part of the pro bring.. the message and there will

lj Mrs J. A. Bouvier and weekend guests ot Mr. and Mrs. gram. will be congregational singing led
J\Vhltfield went to Or- Tyler Jones. The Friday night service was by Sanford Hitch
liday to attend the fun- Mr. and Mrs. Herchell Layfield prolonged because of the cloud Tho young people will meet at

tee fo> W M. Relnau. I and children, Mr. and Mrs. N, C burst and thunder storm, but 6.15: : with Miss Madge Whighamn
[ they were over- I Mott were Sunday guests of Mr. choruses, solos, instrumental num- counselor and Miss Garnlta
liests home of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Layfleld in Trenton, bers, etc. made the time pass Hutto as president Ming Carol

.r.ae In Mclntosh. Fla.Edd swiftly and no one seemed to ', lice DAILY BIBLE PASSAGES White is leader for the Inter
Lea extended to John Galney of Plant City was mind the delay. The burden of mediates.
I' : Mynihan, Mary Wells the weekend guest! of Mr. and world conditions 1 it stirring the as ; WORSHIP Mr. Titus Olson will conduct

I y Winder during the pastre Mrs. H. P. Gainey and while here I hearts of the people and prayer DAY SOCK CHAPTER the devotional at the Mid-Week

Informal gatherings of attended the annual meeting at through faithful workers Is being : Sun, Proverbs 7,1 Prayer Service, Wednesday even

I,r group with Mrs. J. C. Primitive Baptist Church at Rock. answered locally. A fine young Mon, Proverbs 9, 10 ing at 8 o'clock.Presbyterian.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gellmannand man was baptlsed at the clone of
[as hostess at her home I the Tees. rVov.rb. I1:1-I2:13
Mr. and Mrs. Sunday evening service.
Bay afternoon and Peggy Paul Rudd of i W.d. Prexrbs I2.I4-IJJJ
I at the home of Jacksonville were guests of Mr. The Evangelistic Laymens
hostess i Thur.. Proverb' I4I-IIIO
and Mrs. J. Q.J and Mrs. T. W. Markey Saturday Brotherhood has held several Dr. Frank
l-its, Mr. Fri. Pf0..rb. I IS.Itl| | Bryson, supply[ pastor
meetings the
afternoon. afternoon. Late In the afternoon I past week. of the First
Thursday Church
Charles C. Johns, home fur- I S.f. Pro..rb.. It.lf-I7.2i
pauline Brannen Of Jack- the guests left for Utah and Colorado I will preach Sunday morning at 11
spent last weekend with where they will spend a six, lough from the Navy, was welcomed o'clock on the topic, "What are
and Mrs. R. W. weeks' vacation. i by his many friends. He you worth T"
nu, left Monday for the Great Lakes No better date!
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Shaw of Naval Station place for a This Is a special service foryounll'
Lacrosse dinner of Training to resume
were guests
L Elinor Chisholm and Ann people and promises to bo
his duties.
i FSCW. Tallahassee, wereof Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey Sat- of great attraction to a largo
Miss Roberta Whit- urday. number of
young men and women,
|m Thursday! until Sunday. Pancoe Mott of Gainesville was Lawtey Pastor Years ago, young people met new friends This coming Sunday over 250,000 as well us older folks.A .

ling a week's boot leave visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Now On Vacation I at the hornet of relatives at ,school in their churches in the United States will be open feature of the service: will be

Iith his parents, Mr. andeThornton'S Sam Mott, Monday.Mrs. I : for and meditetlon. Millions ofAmericans special music by the choir.
homes at in Church. Today ors"iP. young
2-c Charlesn Nora Sapp attended church own parties 0
|\' The Rev. J. L. Norris, pastorof will attend
returned to Great Lakes, services In New River Sunday. the Lawtey Baptist Church, things are different. Frequently I parents are one or more services.
Sunday visitors of Mrs. Arthur Edwards and Mr. All will benefit from their. visit. to the House
Jnday. together with Mrs. Norris, left disturbed when their. daughters present a
Imtons were Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. E. Edwards were shop- Monday for a much-needed rest of God. Their children will see, hear and Lawtey

_ews and children, Mrs. ping in Gainesville Monday.Mr. In the mountains of North Caro- tr.nger-th result of a blind date. Parents learn the great lessons of life/ from volunt..rIorho Baptist Church

Carroll and children and and Mrs. Tyler Jones of lina. They will be gone three put the work of a Sunday School and School
Brooker and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sunday teachers.
Mrs. Cecil Brannen, weeks. School"
4 Church FIRST seldom about dates Sunday 10 A. M..Service .
t Butler and Mr. and Mrs. Parnell of Gainesville have re- The Rev. Sam Watson of the worry This summer is a good time to do your '
Thornton and children ofmd turned to their homes followingtwo Baldwin Baptist Church will fill that arc made at Sunday School or at Young part in making this a better community for 11 A. M.. 8 I M.

weeks' vacation in Alabama, the pulpit while the pastor is People's meeting YOUR CHILDREN. Wednesday 8 p. m.
Mrs. H. K. Tyus and Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia away. Mr. Watson is well known Mid-Week Prayer Service

tenneth and Harold return- and Washington, D. C. in Lawtey, having been supply
lay fro m Chattahoochee Mr. and Mrs. Tom Edwards of pastor there several years ago. "Tho American Church and Sunday School aNt the, A CordiaTwclcomeExtended

they had visited relatives Worthington Springs spent part His many friends are urged to greatest centers of good In all he world"
ursday. They were aced of this week here as guests of attend these services and give hima to All
1 home by Imogene Tyus Mrs. Eva Clemons and attended warm welcome back.
11 I be for revival services at New River.
their guest sev- STARTS .. _..
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Jones of --- -- -- -- - ---- ------ --- '- --

u.his discharge from the Gainesville were Sunday afternoon MISSION SCHOOL St. Mark'sEpiscopal
Down in Guatemala there standsa CHURCH DIRECTORY
ugh Jacksonville head- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tyler

Herbert Flllyaw came Jones. small chapel whose foundationwas ____n_ __ __ _ __ __ __. ___ _.. -- ---.- Church
J to be with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Edwards and son, Harry, literally a Bible. Some years
Young here and with hisJin and Miss Marie Edwards spent a ago a missionary was traveling In FIRST CHRISTIAN CIIUHCHChrUtlan -

Lake Butler until he few days last week visiting rel- that region and riding horseback FIRST METHODIST CHURCHStarke ft 'all Street Church School 10 A. M.

[school In the fall. atives in Wlldwood and Palmetto. over a rough trail, had lost his Rev. W. O. Hnu-dley Pastor Morning: Prayer and

find Mrs. J. L. Walker and Misses Sandra and, Virginia Bible out of his saddlebag Several FloridaThe Bible School ,_M___-... 10 A. M. Sermon 11 A. M.
1 spent Sunday and Monday Jones spent two weeks In Callahan months later he happened to Friendly Church Rev W. J. Churclmell, 1-antor Preaching 2nd ft 4th Sundays
kr. and Mrs. Otis Geiger In and while there attended the go over that trail again, making ________.IIIA.M.o8P.M. -
Baptist Bible School.Theressa. Inquiries along the way at each Mld-Woek I'rayer Service Church open dally for prayer

I C. A. Ashton and children village, as to whether the Book Guest Speaker Sunday 11 A. M. Wednesday ._______ S P. M. and .....t. Service Center open
|:-s R. Carter of Daytona e e e . had been found. Finally, at one Woman's Missionary. Council dally fur recrratlon.

lipent Monday night andy of the smallest and poorest villages Billy Mathews Student Union U. of F. oo..ln.. ..s meeting at church

y with Mr. and Mrs. H. K. the missionary, Merny Sav- Iftt and 8 rd Thursday ? 8 P. M.
eker, got his answer. The Book Guest Speaker Sunday 8 P. M. -
By Eva Mae TrleHt had been picked u along the
|and Mrs. Charlie Andrews . p IIOATDRAIN HAFTIST First Christian
Waldo M. E. Church
C. L. McMillan were In wayside by a n illiterate Indian Rev. Ralph Rivers, Pastor
( 1-3 mllmiouthcMt of Starke
farmer. He had brought It back )
|Wills! Monday to visit their Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Tomlinson
there Rev, C. (J. llarrlK. Pastor Church
to the village, where was
Eubon Gorday who Is a and daughter Wanda, of Jacksonville LAWTEY BAPTIST CHURCH ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL
who could read. Out Services every Sunday M folio
In the Naval Air Sta. were weekend guests of her only one man Rev. i. L. Norris, Pastor Church St. at Jackson w.j
of curiosity be took the Book to INVITES YOU
pltal. parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Her- this man. Quite a few of the villagers J. E. Wall Jr., 8. S. Supt. Church School _. 10 A. M Sunday School _______ 10 A. M.

tr an extended visit withd sey.Mr. gathered around as he began Sunday School .??__ 10 A. M. Morn. Prayer A Sormon II A. M. Morning Worship ______ II A. M. -
Mrs. W O. Engram and and Mrs. W. C. Rhoden and to read from it. Each even- Morning Worship ______ 1 1 A.ta. (Holy Communion lot Sunday) B.T.17. __________. '7 P. M.

J Franklin McGuff returned Misses Thelma Rhoden and Evelyn Ing they gathered to listen. They Young People' Meet M_. 1 P. M. Litany A Intercemlon: Evening Worship ,_.___ \8 P. M. Services Each Sunday
I home In Montgomery Ala., Bryant of Starke were Tuesday, Friday '71 SO P. M.
told Saveker they were now ready Evening Service 8 P. M. -- Payee Service each Tuesday\
y, afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. I to organize themselves Into a I'ruyer Service, Wed. 8 P. M. Holy Days 10 A. M., Holy Com. P. M.Cottage. 11:00 A. M.
(.and Mrs A. C. Davis, Mr. James Swindell and Mrs. S. R. church. The missionary helped munlon. Prayer Meeting _u-h
1.* Lyle Nolan. Mrs. E. G. Swindell. and later a small Church open dally for prayer andre Thursday .8 P. M.
| Misses Melvene Davis and Mrs. J. C. Cochrane left Tuesday them a year FIRST PR..snvTERI'N.8T.RKB ..tService
built. Two youths
e Brannen and Clifton to visit relatives and attend I chapel Center open dally for reo- :
[attended services at Rock business matters In Madison, Fla., I from the village went for a two- Rev Frank J. Brjrvon Supply reatlos.GOSPEL.
course to the mission school GOSPEL TABERNACLEAttend
year Factor .
'near Craham Sunday. and Buckhead, Ga. -
Rose P. Dickinson was a and on finishing became missionaries Sunday School ____. 9:45 A. M.Morning .
Mrs. J.
Hundley of LeaksC. -
to their people. And all this T.tBEKVACLE.
11 A. M.
and Mrs. M. 3. New. business visitor In Jacksonville: -
d I! children Gordon and Friday. because a Bible was lost Lotter Auxiliary, Sod 4th TIMM. STARKE

"1r Ann, of Draper. N. C., Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan and CHINESE PAY FABULOUS Mr. It Mm. J.T. Quigley Sponsors
d Wednesday of last week daughters, Willie Mae and Norma SUMS FOR IIIBLES DEDAN BAPTIST CHURCH !Moraine Worship 11 A. M. "Young People's Meeting"Every
P'l' Bible School _.___ _____ S P. M.Evening .
their relatives Mr. and Lee of Alachua: were Sunday While the American: Bible So- Brooker, Fla.
If, H Hundley and Mr. and guests of Mrs. S. R. Swindell and ciety found it was comparativelyeasy Rev. C. A. Cronby. Pastor Service ___ '7:45 P. M.Evangelistic Saturday, 7:45 P. M.

W. H. W7lldams.'S. family.W to secure the printing and Sunday School __-.. S P. M. Brotherhood

A. Swindell and Ben Loper binding of scriptures in Chung, Preaching _________ 4 P. M. Monday _____-.___ 7SO P. M. Good for and Old
. . were business visitors In Palatka king. China, last year, the matter' Prayer Meeting each Thursday Bible Study Toe .... '7:45 P. M. Young

Monday.Mrs. of distribution proved to be stu 8:80: P. M. Children' Bible Hour

rookerBy G. E. Craig of Valdosta pendous. A Bible costing CNC- Wednesday __________ 3 P. M.
Ga., was the guest of Miss Ida $1.200 to produce wa sold for PINE LEVEL; BAPTIST! Ladle Prayer Meeting

I )(ra. T. W. Markey Hagan Tuesday.Mrs. CNC-$500, but the cost of postage Bev. W r.. hall Pastor Thursday _____.-..__ S ... M. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHStarke
S S S4L J. W. Moore of Valdosta, on this single copy from Chungking Sunday School -____ 10 A. M. Kvan.elliUc Service

SIIO.WTER Ga.. was visiting her aunt Mlsa to Sian, Shensl, was CNC- Morning Worship .?___ 11 A. M. Frl.lay '7:4S: ... M. Florida
Vaacoe Hazen, Mrs. Eldon Ida Hagan. Tuesday. Mrs. Moores' 1,500.. During the first six: Bang Service ._-_____ '7 P. M. Inspirational Youth I--

Mrs. Winifred Hazen, Mrs. mother Mrs. J. E. Ousley who months of 1945 three of the China Bvrnlnffomhlp _______ 8 P. M. Saturday _______ '7:45 P. ALCommunion Rev. Frank J. Ilry on, Supply Pastor
Thomas and Mrs. Buster has enjoyed an extended visit offices of the American Bible So- Tearhrn :Meeting Bible Study ; every first Sunday

l Were hostesses with her sister, Miss Hagan, returned ciety spent over NC-J 1,000.000 Monday _______._ 8. P. :M. morning
at the
Center to Valdosta with her. for postage alone. In line with Mli-Wrk! Prayer Meeting
If' last week Thursday after Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Owsley and its program of supplying Scrip- Wednesday ______ 8 I'. M. SPONSORSOf SERMON TOPIC FOR SUNDAY
of mlscel-
Virginia when
M who were visiting In tures, wherever possible
'ylor shower, a honoring Mrs. El- family, have returned and are at needed, the Society endeavored to FIRST METHODIST, STARKE The Church PageTip 11:00 A. M. "What Are You Worth"

center recent bride. their camp on the lake where they supply the Books to the various Walnut Jefferson Sts.Rev. .
table was overlaid MUSIC flY THE: CHOW
I a lovely lace cloth centered will spend their vacation.S cities at a uniform price and so W. 1. (CTiurthwrri Pastor Top Super Market
1 ww bowl of 1-c Don Neel of St. Petersburg prevent those living far from the Choir School ______ 10 A. :M.
-ontest< prize summer flow- was a weekend guest of hw production centers being penal. Morning Worship II "%. )(. Alvarez Store
winners were
Vera Mrs. Fred Mason. ized, when purchasing Scriptures. __ 1. Hollywood Camera
mother, Youth FrHownhlp __ 7 P.
l, Sapl\ and Mrs. Brown returned home funda came In from & Gift Shop PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
rtll1ncton Mrs. J. H. Kelsey Fortunately Evening; Worship ...... 8 P. .M.Prayer .
ll\any Springs. after a brief visit in California.Mr. friends of the Bible Society to i: PrN Service II. C. Wall Agency

Qrdlon guests present enjoy- and Mrs. J. H. Kelsey were cover part of these expenses. One dnmlay _________ 8 P. )I. Carpenter'sCocaCola Kev. W. E. hall Pastor
music played by Miss Mon- alone in 194S
Roberts business visitors In Starke Chinese merchant Woman' Society Kottlinjf Co.
throughout Worthington day. contributed CNC1.000,00 for lit Tuesday. _____ 3:3O I'. :M. Leila's
the evening. Green .
Garrett of transportation of Scriptures.The
Mrs. W. I Koch Drug Store
fUl jonoree! and received many Cove Springs was the weekend KINGSLEY LAKE'MISSIONARYBPTIST Dry Hoods You Are Invited to Hear the Pastor
lovely 1fuM<1 J. R. Dickinson and preacher: looked over his OIl'RCIISrrlrr Tyus
Feat of Mrs.
was presented with a guest congregation on Easter Sun I Every Sunday Drljcjf.rH Furniture Co.
seof large In a Series of Sermons! on the Subject
[ flowers. Refreshments family. day and said: "I realize that there Sunday School _?._ 10 A. M. II Itobbint

t cream and cookies were Stapling machines. Scotch tape' are many here today who will not Preaching _.,._ --_ II A. M. Hart Furniture Co. "WHAT WE UELIEVE: TAUGHT HY

paper punches all types account II be with us again until next Easter B.T.17. __'-'-_ '. 6:45: P. :M. Florida Hank at Starke THE IIIHLKBRADI"OBD ;:.
*:"TWO: books. ring binders, an" many so I take this opportunity to wish Preaching _........ 8 P. M. Mike Maruca I
*. O. Harrell was hostess other Items. at the Bradford I them a Merry ChrUtmaj.\ Prayer Meeting" each Wed. 8 P. M. I I I1l'GfST

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and was accompanied back 'bY his Fresh VegetablesAnd Four Months of Consistent Rainfall ifitiriiT(<<:011'1'1', KLUHIIIAl l-otRT. IIRAIFO"I LIIAN.CKHV. .1 Edward rent.Green. --=--

Local News wife He was accompanied to I << : lee Oreene I I'la, .
Fruits Will Prove That Water Street Is Well Named I.,..on Nelson, Plaintiff va. Elsie b. i,. d. .
Starke by Cecil Thomas, who Nelson, Defendant ( ass No. 4973.ORDER I 41188.OR ER ;..
also employed In Fort Myers. OF PUBLICATION ANi> OF .I'i'ki.
Take Place of Meats "The most consistent rainfall"In It Is stated that officials have AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I STATE NO'l'JI.... '''
Miss Janet Anderson returned Mrs. T. N. Kendrick will leave I the recollection of old residentswas from time to time discussed addi- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Elsie Or..n... whnv 1>10' .,,.;)ItI\\\\ 'E1A

Saturday from St. Vincent's Hospital to visit her son-in-law Bradford County residents will to the city'smain Nelson whose residence la % Mrs known '" t... r .
Saturday by this week turning midsummer tional improvement Ella; Martin Rout 2, Hlueomb Ala. You I,
Jacksonville, where she and daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. S. offset short applies of meat Into a wet propositionwith drainage outlet. The creek You are required to appear onSeptember September! are r"QUII"d, .

walerwent a tonstlectomy. Gibson In Goldsboro, N. C., and wheat fats and oils by consuming gloomy oft-drizzling clouds runs to Rowell Lake. One suggested named Court end And 1846 cause, In ,the wherein above named plaintiff Court. 2nd.. .In,1 1 'It r; :''t'Ppe.'. 1

Junior Thomas who Is employed her slater Mrs. Ritch in Raleigh, nearly -4,715,400 pounds of the spasmodic downpours flooded project would call for an plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford County Tel..graph.e..k. dl"j.l' "" sri.

ta raid construction work in Fort N. C. She will also visit relativesIn nation's fresh fruit and vegetablecrop fields and washouts along country enlargement of the canal, and its Order County In Telegraph next four hallublish weekly .issues this I Order Witness In next foul hell a'ovkDObllp\

IBrjrcn. spent the weekend here South Carolina for a month. I to maintain high nutritional roads. extension to Sampson Lake, and witness my hand and official seal Starke nlY bond gna,I '"''
standards this It Heal at Starke Florida thin August 31, 1948 Io'JUtld.I 1!
year, was predicted Residents of both town and possibly from there to Santa Fe I. 1946.fOFFICIAL tt41,

today by a leading: food- rural areas were faced with the river to avoid flooding. of Sampson JiKAI.) A..J. Thomas, AsClerk L of REAl., A ,
distributor. All Clerk of ald Court.Zarh J. 8 "Rid I',.ur: nu',
timberlands. Harrison .
hard facts of
a drainage i
H. Douglas, UalneiivUle, Fla. "
"Fresh fruits and Atty. for
vegetableswill pif
In this, Bradford County Most of this vicinity's lakes Atty. for Pit. 8-3 4t 8-23 _k"onC-k,1
the 41
Clothingand adequately supplement was not unique. Most of North have been reported very high. City IN ('In rl.I'r ('(
H '
limited of foods IN rincrrr ( Ot'RT, BRADFORD ,
now available supplies," many Harvey and West Florida and South Clerk Carl Johns, who lives on (,'0(, ""'Y. FLORIDAIN CII'N- I f.OilYrr: FLOxluilivth, ,,
says had been frequent (,'''::11'", '
Oeorgia beset by Crystal Lake, said the latter is Robert James
Baum head of A'" P Food Oliver, Plaintiff, Burton.
: Eugene vn. Mary I I Virginia I l'I"ntll
Stores' produce-buying operations. rains since early April, "the highest in 40 years. MayorC. Oliver Defendant. Cane No 4972. Case No. 4974 Ryan. Burton Dt1.!
ShoesFOR and were confronted by heavily A. Darby stated that the levelat ORDER OP PUBLICATION ORDER OF
"Increased use of perishable pro- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR VI'RIII'A"
taxed ditches and canals. AND NO7'it
Little Santa Fe may have been K TO ?O
duce will permit shipment of STATE OF '
Some ungraded roads in the briefly topped by a flood of six Oliver whose residence ,In 14 K. Ryan Iru 1o'l.ofllUOA toGI
other foods to those hungerridden ?
Main Street Cilouchenter, Ma... whooe
last Unknown
were impassable ago, but that he, personally Rddep" ,
nations now subsisting on you are resulted! to appear on You are
weekend. On the bright side of had never seen so much rainover September 2nd 1946, In the above September 2nd required la.,. ;to '
y MJWr
dally diets from 1,000 to '
ranging the picture, however it was stat- a period of months. Big named ffcoetk..R n.i'lv cause. wherein I I named Court and lr lb. i
1,300( calories as compared withan ee. Bradford Plaintiff :curt
ed that the main county dirt roads is also at its highest, seek" cob
Santa Fe County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder .
TheEntire of ( calories for
; FamilyEvery average were In fairly good condition, and according to Junius Smith and In next four weekly laituea. sa.rBTB.7t, foul "P pubUm
thin hand and ..
country. VVItne my official ..
Part of the fresh fruits and that relatively few bridges had : many docks are under water. deal at Starke Florida this Au- I ....rTrsjarK" hand, and !
suffered. The principle difficultywas i Kiint, 1. 1946OKKKIAL I Rut I. m16 Y9nrlda. the
vegetables consumed by Bradforclesidenta encountered road main- Kingsley Lake had been ( MEAL, ) A. J. Thomas, I iOKFIClAL HRAL
comes from this county' up when the Black Creek outletwas AH Clerk of Bald Court :.'Aa \ Tb
is tenance men, who said that grad- J, S Harrlnnn, Jacksonville, Fla. ehCIrrrkn'; ; .n' ,Id, url
day bargain day dammed by the '
901 farms and neighboring army ""' ,
ing and other improvements had Atty. for Plf. 8-2: 4t 8-23 Atty. for I'l" lit i itl
undisclosed The spill- I ,
growers. Large amounts of per- been purposes. __ II
ishables received from other delayed. way Is now opened, it Is stated, IM ('nu-t IT <<<'01 it/r. 1"\1"
mit-iir "
are Starke's chief sufferers were in (01 %'II, FI.OIIIUII 1I11..on..1 ( (lIII'r.
atthe * sections to meet the county's year- I the Water street section, which 'I and the level Is not noticeablyhigh. 4'Kit Y.Denlel
round needs. The development of Some residents reported W. Kelly Uoilin .
wa Inundated by the exceptionalrain nie E. Kelley, Defendant. Cane No.
more efficient distribution meth- : damage by erosion in yards alongthe Kirk v.-W Va'A
of last Friday night. L. H. IJ04ORDfiR ORDER l II
ods, Baum said, has helped lake's western slopes, following OF PUBLICATION:. AND OF PI'BL1CnM! ?
Cruce believes the street Is well- NOTICE
double fresh fruit and the heavy rain Friday night. STATE OF
vegetable FLORIDA)
OF FLORIDA to Jennie
named. Most of his poultry was Kirk whose r \
STAR Store consumption in the past 25 years County Agent L. T. Dyer de-r K:. Kelly, whose residence la 194 la Blum street rIlMld"n,'. udyl"
drowned survivors includinga
Waldo 8t, l'ro\dence! Rhode Inland I larnrrlgl
and makes possible a greater selection mother hen and several biddieson clared that "this month's rains You are required to appear on September You are 2nd required. I appgt
of foods for 1946, In the above i ?,
necessary a have been Blowing up growers September End named Court im\u the t
her back. hen
The was more | .,
named Court and cause, wherein
well-rounded diet and a higher who are putting out sweet potato I Plaintiff seek dlvorr, .I.
used to deep water, Cruce ex- plaintiff neeks divorce. Hradford County gar

I standard of living. plained. II- and strawberry plants, but as this County: Telegraph shall,publish thlaOlder Order In Telegraph next t..... .hllil n'_.."pubU.h'.. .
in next lour weekly laxuen.Wltnena "" '" ,..
'I Basing his estimates on pre- can be done over a long periodof Witness my 'hind;
Early Saturday morning Harry my hand and official I and oil I
.. seal at 1
liminary Indications of food production Houston was rousted out of bed time, nothing has been per- Heal. at Starke: Florida, this July 29, 1946 8trke' Florida cal, ,

and consumption for 1946, set back. Farmers will 31, 1D46 (OFFICIAL
by a neighbor who phoned that manently (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas, SEAL J' 7bo.
A. 'court
Baum said that each person In continue to out Aa Clerk of Bald Court Cleric of said\
"if get put strawberry T. Frank
up right away, you Landruon
New Goods New Goods you Starke
the county will eat an average of' may be able to get your car out plants through September." John, Fla.J. Hendemon, E"'I. St. Augustine Atty for Plf. 1-1 rh It

1,695 pounds of food this year. of the garage." The water was A conclusion as to the weather Atty. for Pit. -2 4t 8-23
This represents a 10 per cent Increase "1 LOST 51 Lbse!"
up to the running board. Hous- situation was sought from IV OTIC ;

over the 1935-1939 aver- ton suggests "the only possible veterans who made comparisonwith Notice la hereby given that the L... 11 In.In waist, 10 la.In R
age, with fresh fruits and vege- undersigned are engaged In buxlneKM hips and d In,
change of name would be to the South Seas. The rain under the fictitious name of In bus
Hammocks 7.65 tables accounting for nearly one- Once 170 I'm.Mn.D,M !
Canal street. here may lack the constancy of Starke Ice Company located on Hawkra
third of the food to be consumed North Cherry Street In the City (lltilbe..*!right low weight and I
Alligator Creek, according to New Guinea, they said, but the of Starke, Bradford County, Florida inchea with deliciou, *AYIJb Viu. I Imm

Steel Hammock Stands 8.50 he added. many residents of East Starke, Is I I water Is equally wet In both hem and Intend to reglater the she look Candy like a ducmc model.!Plin Your unu11 n. I
auld fictitious name In the Officeof
adequate for normal weather only. ispheres. penence may or I
the Clerk of the Clrcut Court of Mine but try thia eeaaser. rmluuan" ... I
Martha Smith's Kindergartenwill Bradford County Fla.-Charley E. plan. Very First Bo Mix Shoe I
Johns, One half interest; J. M, Edwards Raid or Money Bock.
open Sept. 1. Advantages of On-the-Job Farm Training One half Interest; Slat'k ,
Tarpaulins, 12 oz. Very Heavy Fla. 8-2 4t 8-23; In clinical tee...conducted by
__ medicaj doctora. mora UunleS
Explained to Vets at Meeting Herethose
peraona tat U to I]
pound fa
Ntolce U hereby given that theundersigned weeka with" h.AYD9 Vila-*
Fifteen applicants for on-the- married $90( a month for 1" engaged in business mlaC.adyK.dedngPica.No .
TO U. S. GOVERNMENT SPECIFICATIONS HavingA job training heard the veterans' two years. under the fictitious name of Brad.
ford Engineering Company locatedon ..en:_ No drugs No hue.
10x14 13.80 program explained in detail at a Advantages of on-the-job Instruction North Cherry Street In the City Uvra.You dan'tcutout.nymnlaudla.
10x12 11.95 Wedding Soon? meeting at BHS recently.V. were described as twofold of Starke, Bradford County Florida : potatoes meau or butter ja
and Intends to registerthe said cut them down Simple whoa |raa aaior'' '
R. Ferguson, Vocational- raising agricultural stand- fictitious name In the Office of the cioua AYDS VluI1WICancly..djntud.'
7x10 7.35 Agriculture Instructor, and Albert ards, and affording Clerk of the Circuit Court of Bradford lutdy_...30daya'... .Iyaatlsli
opportunityto till
County Fla. 12.35. NOW.pbuna or at
6 Lee CraBby, Service Officer, out- young farmers discharged from -J. 11[. Edwards, entire Interest Koch Drug Store, Phone 35.TJ
lined plans by which exservicemen the Armed Forces. Service Of- Starke, Fla. 8-2 4t 8-23
Strawberry Hoes 1.00 out this ad reminder.
to 1.25 a* a
will receive up to $90 a ficer Crosby said that
Have the Pictured TO ALL IT
month during a two-year period. must indicate a sincere desire to Take Notice that I have this day

Made by Applicants will be made eligible become a good farmer, and must sold my entire Interest in that cerhlln'partnership -

through appearance before a committee Cooperate in every way essentialto and buxlnens celling of concrete manufacturing -
20 Gal. Cans 3:50:
T. H. I which will, Include Mr; the best results. building material, piping, culvert.,
Osborne Ferguson, County Agent L. T; etc on North Cherry Street In
U. S. Heavy 24 Gal. Cans 8.75
Garbage ;, 3 I All interested veterans who Town' of 'Starke Florida. In' the
> Hazeh .
Dyer, L. O. of the Farm fictitious name of Bradford Engineering
were unable to attend the
WRITE BOX 423 AdmlnlsVra meeting I Company and that
Security 11 i Ion and the pur-
Tuesday are asked to call at the chaser J. M Eldwards of Starke.
James Rosier of the Production
County Service Office In Florida nan aasumed the paymentof gee
IICHM Elt llltOS. STUDIO and Marketing AdmVilstraUon. all liabilities of the said firm
BRADFORD) HARDWARE (o. i Courthouse, That I have a(so atold to the said
The procedure is expected to require purchaser of said bualneaa the 4-
about six weeks. business name and good will of I
Two hours of class l Station Workers the said Bradford Engineering
room study Company and shall not be liable HOWDY FOLKS: Some ft

and two hours of personal Instruction Give Timely AdviceEditor's for any obligations that may hereafter are awfully easy on the ey'but.they're
be made by the said
the farm will be
pro- Engineering Company. : sure hard on.
vided each week pay to the veterans ( Note: Information In Starke, Florida, this July 31.t. pocketbook..
ylt will be In addition to this column 1948.
regu- comes from the Florida -
R. V. Coleman to
1r lar wages. Mr. Ferguson will I Experiment Station and Agricultural It Jeeeie l.. Ray Coleman. And osteopaths deserve Ion
In ,the'world.. They an i
serve as acting Instructor prior to
Extension Service) 'IKK OP APPI.1C,\TIOV their flngen
appointment of a full-time teacher.It FOR TAX: I>KKIllous > ways working

was stated that the positionwill lull Ni>. INIIil"' the bone.
Painting screens of doors and
be filled by an agricultural windows with a 5 percent solutionof It. H. Dreen Jr., the holder of the Junior: "Pop, do you r*

college graduate.The DDT In water or oil is effec- following certificates has filed said political plums from ./**"
certificates for
a" tax deed to be
program will bring trainingfor I tive in preventing flies and mos- Issued thereon. The certificate Pop "No, son political pta

the applicant's preferred typeof quitoes from entering the home.It description numbers and of years the. of property Issuance, and the are more often the rwilt'

farming. Unmarried veteransare is better to apply the I;?DT the names In which It waN assessed grafting."
i to receive month solution with are aa follows:
$65 a and a brush Instead of but "
Certificate No.8. Year of Issuance We won't argue that,
a spray gun as much of It is 1944.D"N..rlption. that honest tprom
+ -- + do know
wasted In spraying and the resi- of Property SKti of oil L
MJi Section and thorough gas
Township 8 Mouth: ,
due left on the screen Is not as Range 20 Eaat; containing 40 acres. lubrication service Is y*

W.C.T., U. heavy as it Is when the materialIs Wilson Name E.In t. which assessed Ellxa when you'.drive In here Mow

applied with a brush. All of said property being In the Jati54tt r.ly us"not at

COURAGE TO'SAY "NO" ida.County of Bradford, State. of Flor' *They know we try to pl &-

No Tenderay Beef Unless such certificate or certifi Try its-and see.
one could ever Induce the I cates shall be redeemed according'
great Stonewall Jackson to to law the property described insuch
taste manager of Lov- certificate or certificates will OIL
a alcoholic
n beverage. I ett's meat I be sold to the highest bidder at the Polishing
Said he: "1 never lIMed alcohol.I I department In Starke court house door on the first Mon.
am mpre afraid of It than announced last week that the' day In the month of September, Greasing;
1918. which 'I. .
I the 2nd day of Sep.ember :
Yankee bullets." famous Tenderay Beef Is back on1! [ 1946.I .
"Doing an l Injury puts you the market after an absence of I Dated this 30th day of July. 1946. Temple &

below your enemy;' revengingone several years. It Is sold exclusively I Clerk of Circuit Court of I Bead:! Service Station

JJJfl% piece is (OFFICIAL SEAL) 8-2 4t 8-23 179
forgiving It wt you above guaranteed. Lov- Phone
+ ; him.. Ilenjamln Franklin. ett's sells only= AA western beef. fi: CIRCIIT COURT IIRt.OFORD

\ The Bible says a drunkard I COIKTY: FLOHIUAl *:* CH.tN.

'.. ,., hall not Inherit the Kingdom.

..J,'. '" .'J of God.
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Thurs -Fri Sat

1" Here's Why The Tire We're DONUTS ROLLS

Selling PIES & CAKES Aug. 1-2-3

OUTWEARS PREWAR TIRES None than are better .?l

!. flat tfeaxi marki! See how much reel It covcntMl h.,. your fire If sot. jrowll get quicker if e S :

ire mark of a new B.F.Coojcuh tin ...*... by you order ac one*. yours Lappe Bakerymakes .J
.i eider,.deter head lurfac. .

anaHau ga to wider and flatter it hugs ch. root

aaaaai>rpm 7OMM itaASa I ON t
tree-woes let ac any single point OCTWEARS j \ I
P.IVAR TIRES even *t high tpccd 15 YOU S QSee.

X ,..'... looking foe longer wearing tires lot your Ta esHO

-.. _'... the people to MM. Come m. Perhaps we W-14

..-.. .... ..r *. t.G.di.j ..... pia "Deerd ..g CeII_" awk tw t av .m M. C. M AK e.w.r4, fawll.r ...r.g.

FARM HOME & AUTO SUPPLY INC Due to the necessity of having

to clean our cold storage room for I .. r/ E,4..,.e aaa.vl w Yr e..

141 WEST CALL STREET PHONE 26 the fall business, we will be unable Ask At Store w

to take any more fresh meat

for 19411.cold storage after Aug. 10 For 4 Page LDV

B F. Go drich It will be appreciated if anyone

o having meat In cold storage will

please call for it. Color Price ListF


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