Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Warren"Govemor Nominee, e \ I

auks Bradfordites Here Tuesday .

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lord County next Official County Publication Established In 18771"ULL 't

e a'/and Jacksonville long time a t- 't5 lie --' :'M-_861 ENT, 1 BTARKE FLORIDA FrIday. July 18" 19.8 NUMBER ,_l': f ,

y chair t for to who the become Gover-is al- ,. y ; er i Truck Injures Accident Three Board Changes National GUOJ rd Unit Leaves Tomorrow Lighting ..I I MI

das arY sure will Governor:speak from in ; Near Hampton School Dates; For Two Wee ks' Camp In Ft. Jackson For BaD I M't

of thehouse'
front steps r Three persons are still confined -
at 2:30: p.m.' ; to ShadycrlIt! ,hospital this 11- ,-
( week as the result ot a truck Okehs Building ''Sv' b r fix ,; Plunge
day motorcade to escort y, accident on the Hampton Lak., I t +tnr ,I.
But- i road Sunday afternoon. Fifteen :
n from Lake e' i people many of them riding I In The Bradford County'Schoa MxkY Plans for
starke will depart the back of the stake body vehicle Board .at a flpeelal'' session Calla d w ball park with

in front of the t"J were returning .from a Wednesday morning: suitable for baseball,

ber of Commerce Hampton Lake swimming party, ((1)) chang the opening dates f football plunged i
e at 11 ::15 a m. The %) when It skIdded on the wet pavement of the Starke. Hampton- n d 0a aa the Lighting II;

bar of Commerce ... ", struck a soft shoulder and Graham schools from Sept. 6 ,to announced the ii i
to furnish "WelI.I.' r overturned one and a fourth August 30, over half their 11

Q Fuller" stickers to 1, ra. times. ((2)) passed on plans and spec The committee said I I
subscription drive
car that partiei- V l ,. Five of the riders were admlted :flcatlons for a State approved &i !
next week to
)t way
motorcade, to Bradford High School athletic ,
in the Shadycrest but only, the U, llO already
urged to'' greet the Democratic nominee three building and agreed to receive
aU citizens are were Injured badly enou&h City contribution, t
is entrance to Bradford County. !' to need more than emergency, : bids on the project and collections

\\\'arren\ is making good his unique campaign promise medical treatment Levy Creen I' ((3)) approved 'a tentative budget I'ames. :"
member and personally thank the voters when the' suffered face cuts and a broken' with expenditures over $400.- Lighting

;ion is o'er He pledged to cover the state in a tour arm, Miss Deiort'll Maruca haa 000, 0 ordered and a ,

end personal thanks to the.electorate for their support I an Injured arm and back and (4)) and voted to discontinue the field sometime rl, I, 1
; him in the governor's office. )I Miss Gladys Wilkereon trom the operation of the New River fence will encircle
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advocate for a fence Pennsylvania, has severe bruises Elementary School for 'tha 1948- field, with parking ,
open carried open range 1 Florldenln: AU are progressing nicely. 19 term. ? hind the fence
\Warren : making It a reallty; i: a
and County by:, a' vote of! he deciared. ... Mrs Mike Maruca driver or the Sept 6 opening dates were IJPt deep '

to Ian) Mccarty' 1456 In I Iond Warren Is speaking In Lake 1946 Chevrolet truck said the by the Board last week for the The single set'ot 1a,

primary May 25.. I Butler Tuesday morning. Bra l- accident occurred at 3 P. M. Sun Starke, Hampton and Graham illuminate the
three and a half week ford'' County' motorcade Is to day Immediately after a hard schools but further information and softball fields, f

yoU" tour began In Tampa greet him there after his speech rain. She nld the truck wheels revealed that under the I new The LlghtlnL'' I;
onday and It''' Includes' at and escort him to Starke arriving went off the right side ot thc school law. where teachers pr laid that If the ,
each of FlorIZ road onto the soft shoulder and Resting In the Armory after a strenuous drill period four mem- ft ftI
In to 10 I .
one speech about> 1 p. m.' The motorcade serve a month year, the (paying proposition, ,
counties. W&11 I has will then' breakup. allowing the ran on Into the ditch out of con late opening would necC8lJsltatf', her.. 01 St.rk4"11 National 0u4nI pone for a picture, In the grout which an'made to ,

the tour bas two objectives Democratic nominee to have trol before It Overturned. t one week Christmas vacation from left to right, are Louie Bennett and John H Spence, both City be refunded to
"partnerahlp with The truck was extensively dam employee. Jerome Frick with the Starke ke Company sad Paul .tt
!sting a lunch with a small group of In. The teachers now have to part) the donations.
pie which will endure durthe tlmate frlenda. He, la to arrve at aged. ,pate In a pre and post scbooirogram a Canova Ir.. atude.to. 80 far Inlthe I II

four years' of my adatlon' the Courthouse around 2 p. m.. also. Rather than sac hu contributed"$ .: I I
"' and sttmulaUnl' a which will give him time to greet "Iflee a two week vacation, ''th, Pictured above Is J. T. Pollard, donations have ( ': I
National Guardpmbfor In 'ull
on Assumes ,
Interest In government his friends before making his Crosby 1oard voted t'o open the school UOO have beep
combat dross and with rifle and :
of every Floridian thank I scheduled 2:30: address. ,t the earlier date-August 30. t ban games I
bayonet leveled toward the lena :
want to personally The Lawtey, Vanderbilt New Inll'' I'uncS. I r
speech"'la ,
j His next set for 4 p.
ballots Pollard the x
cut their PostAlbert typically, represents
see who Registrars 1.h'er, Heilbrpnn. and )
Rising .
m. In ,Macdenny. ," The' project la I
( 25," Warren said this I 'ednl'lIday night ".rrlor"" ot "
a lay "Jrooker schools are scheduled to I'Ji
The Chamber ot Commerce en- the Club..
Jacksonville, "and uke the National Guard who 'orml' In cooperation and goad will' dorsed the plane made by the tee Crosby Jr.. wn1tppolnted pen August 2. the nucleus of the World War II from Levy Canova :

who did not. More than 1 Warren delegation, ana urged all 3S SupcrvlsDr of Regis FInns and specifications fo-' army. lie Is. an employee 01 rn Ay it tatire.of the City of Ji JiI I Ia
want 1 to speak to the bund- that can to'take part In the mo- '.raUon flf Bradford County b.' 'he BITS athletic building which Denmark Furniture Co. I 0

of thousands ot citizens who torcade. They especially asked 'lovernor Caldwell on) JulV' 1 t,. had received the approval of th"' '.
that as many aa possible turn .m the created the state: Department ot Education Tobacco 1
want to by
t vote at all. I ex- vacancy When evening grows Into duel
that If a government Is topmentatlve out to meet their choice as I Governor -eslgnatlon of J. R. Kel1y., "ere passed upon by the Schoo'10ard. tomorrow, Starke' Natlona'' 1l

to the people, Mr Crosby, who Is the Brad The Board members agrees< Guard will be headed north l 'Yf

people, In turn must ex- Warren' Bradford County 'ord County veterans servIce ot"Icer. '.0 receive bids on the pro, c.' They 'will be leaving for ajO t 1L r4r Opens l

their wlll through the ballot campaign manager during the .' was supervisor-elect. having \tll! 10 nm. on July X31: Tbittliletic e encampment hilt encamp +1

Second Primary was O. J. Mc- won the position In the May 4lectlons. building Is to be con meat pefore being ordered to an.tlve Markettllg. Cda' f al

\want to make all Florida a- Orlff, local Pontiac dealer. When He normally would hn'eulumed -tructed near Bradford ban paricT" duty to combat an enemy;' t9"8 tobacco'crop! f :

of the problems we face dur- aeke l how Warren, the fence law his duties In January .. trnntive bUdget epproveiy 'cS according to the opinion of to $R Bndford
coming years and II want advocate' carried Bradford County radltlonnl1y, the man elected but ", 'the Board sets next. year" General; //Sumpter 1.. Lowry, thl'lIIan :

gin renewing my pledge, that with its open range, Mr. Mc- \ot yet sworn Into an offIce fln'he j'.e'dltures! In excess 9t $t'OO..lIome (\.!}:- who predicted.. the. phenomenal ... -- -,- -r''' ,. p. 'K t Agent rowers,?'tbiNewsek. Ie: : ,. n..,

mOlt be solved.. 011 c an'an- I Graft said that Warren' opponent, position It It becomu'.acant.. figures are a., yet in'omplete growth of Camp Blandln Some o' the. 80 membe'1II' of ebe Headquarters Company, Second The Market 4epens 'I'l I
buls. Dan McCarty, was also for a ,1\Ir. Kelly resigned In order tl' twill .
but budgel
complete and the -
a rapidly approaching I 'ot Starks'
BattaUon IUtlll Infantry, stood at rigid attention with Iy 22. tl
!ball! reiterate the platform fence law although It Walin't one qualify ,for the pOllltlon of Coun- be published In the near future. World War II: General Lowry This I
lull packs readied for their' trip to Fort Jkn on July 11' Tobacco
which I sought this nomlnaIdedlcatlng of his strongest planks.ThA 'y.Tax Collector, which]\ he worn made that statement to national
myself to theo ,, announcement of the JJemocratlc the May 25 election The Operation ot the New River news services last week: :, number III typical 0' the Guard unit In that .ach hold.. a regular Job will b. considerably +i'

translating It Into! acml nominee' visit was made 1'1orlda electlpn laws provide that 1lementary!: school was halted be- Fifty-seven men and eight of- while' participating In the "part time" anny. Pictured, left to right age on most farms I ,1 f
Mr IrcGrlff. "be aupervlso of reglatratlon In the front .are Jerome Stoke Ice Company, Lewis lateness ot planting
ask the help ot every through ause of the decrease In average ricers are cheduled to depart via row rrlck i
'shal1 not bot eligible for any other dally attendance at the school troop traIn tomorrow, July 11,, Ilalnes Blending ordnance shops, Martin E. Land, Dude Lily Mllllnr rains In the early m.'t,f I i
until six months after teas'' season, and .
:luring the last term. The Board from the SAL depot at 1:30: p. Company. ,
Itest Halts Creek Project; ng to be such supervl or. 'agreed however to furnish trans- m. Formally, they are Headquar In the second<< row .is. Louis Bennett, city employs, l\forrlll D. during the last half
made the In& season, the
Governor Caldwell tars Company Second Battalion Luke, farmer, Paul Canova Ir.. student, and J. T. Polard, Denmark t f
Settlement the recommen- "eported. By"actual
High For ppolntment upon 12tth 'Infantry, and they come Furniture Company.In ,
'atlon ot the Bradford County ford County has 'Y,
school from Bradford County and surrounding the back Is \V. J. Starling, farmer, and Ralph Alvarez,
asked Committee row of tobacco this
widening and clearing ot .11'. Smith first be cleared. :Democratic: Executive counties. But term year ,
the Other business at the special we with R. B. Alvarez Jt Son Moving and Storage< with 242.2 last
The contra.ctor111 report to year.
tot Creek to avoid flood cession was the granting of authQrlzation them the Starke National Guard 11
'''n" In Starke has ground County Commission on July 15 Softball Tournament to purchase a gasoline! Unit and they are our b"'ya. Prices are I Ij
on the 'possibility and costa of better than the i if
halt County Comml.'l8lonersl Years Completion; ..owered lawn mower for keeping They are leaving for two weeks'ntenelve
clearing out the run between lid last -
hope training a.t Fort Jack.
the Bradford High :
'he at
Sampson Lake and the Santa Fe Game On"TapThe ground nor pound for the j
re the! project underway a- Ladies School and the appointment or 0'1.. S. C." where they will op.rrlte
'D the near future River a8 well as In the vicinity school bus drivers Bam Mott their own mess Jail, ,ban, -'top. But Florida
project came to a stand- of' Brooker. softball scene Is rapidly :wo the Broolc- die all unit adminietration fire "Ired closer to 4:1: 1
'at month after the State It the County succeeds In clear- becoming clouded by complicated vas appointed to drive Ethan \\eaponll on the gunnery range ty Agent said. 1

apartment received a pro- big out the further canals, the ,chedules of men against women, er bus for next term and driver attend classes for technical train. Mr. McCI.ne noted t

from W. H. Smith who said State' Road Department can then ,stood feuds' and alml-flnal tourn- Clapp wee appointed aa on lng, and engage In the usual Indicate, several !
RIVer' bus route. i
r I"rty!( would be endangered proceed with' the Improvement aments. But latest reports Indicate Board members present at the. Army inspections and ceremonle'lThe offering to buy
food' waters It the Creek of Alligator Creek.In that the Lighting Fund the J. S, Unit leaves with a new at the f.rms. H. ) t ti
Improved. 101r. Smith wasted his letter to the State Road benlflt flf which all games are -neetlng were: chairman E. commander, Capt. Hugh B. In II'rowera thAt the :!
Vorman. 1. A. Canova J.
by H011l. V. Knight Department on June 9. Attorney layed Is bounding ahead toward gram, Jr. who recently ,assumed ieavodnq to make
n"vll1 attorney formerly Knight, representing Mr. Smith, its $-1.000; goal. grown and H. B. Crosby. the position. Their old<1 CO. Maj. one of these buyera. f .; '

Starke.te said: On tap for the local fans with. T. K. McCllne, Jr. will accom- or cases a farmer 1 i
Senator Charley E. Johns 'This Is to notify you not to 'n the next few days are the Roberta Grill Opens pany It 811 a member of Head- a If he will market I II

weeks ot effort was and widening Sampson Run Into tollowlng night games all bone, Tuesday Morning quarters. Capt. Ingram Is cusoc.lated through a public I
v rewarded when the State RoweU and Sampson Lakes so fitting' tile lighting of Bradford ; with the Ell WItt Co ot the regular manner.If I' f

ik'partment began clearing aa to bring additional water'onto ,all park: Mrs. Avery Manager Gainesville while Maj. McClane a grower .
k! during the middle of the lands of Mr W. H. Smith until Saturday, July 11-Blggs and I" Bradford County's agricultural Busily, rolling lipid iBe'ka In preparation for their departure for tobacco to a buyer '

laid this week that he hopes suitable provision has been made' Baker vs. Starke Lions. 1 The J' p, Roberts Grill, located agent. Fort Jackson, 8. C. on July 1'7. these NatlonlLl Guardsmen have no'yes he must fill out a !

l'Ii"ct "wll1 still work out" to"carry away such water, and Monday, July 19--Junlor Wo- .U'lt' south of the polJtofflce on Thirty seven hours of technical eseept for their work. Bending, over the group III Lt T. C. bll1-of-sale on the tl
Smith claimed that clear- further not to enter upon any I' man's Club va. the Bloomer Girls.Tuesday. : Walnut Street will open Tuesday training, In such phases as radio o' Iennuark Furniture Company. Others In the of his' marketing I
H. Smith In the widening under the management ot MrR. radio auto (area. aft employe
AlIIgiltor Creek to RoweD lands of W. July 2o-Blggs and operating, repairing William.n.. ('artpr, J. T. Kirkland circum.tances \
IIId on trough Sampson construction or' dmprevel I Baker_va. Rosier Gas Co. range H Avery, formerly the mechanics, mess management end plcturl'. from left to right are surrender his I 11> ,I
lWuld flood his property ment ot any canal until and unless Thursday, July 22-Llons Club owner and operator of Avery Inn. administration Ilea ahead for an.1 one unJdpnlUled. one of these, buyen. I ..

area unless provision was his permission should hereafter v.. Coca-Cola. 1 Mrs: Avery will have fun and each Guard member, They are ICUbJect his farm to
to drain : charge of the estab- scheduled for 20 hours of firing I without preJudice i i'i
the waters from be given. The Saturday night game Is Wednesday. July 28, a regImental Ito release thOm In allotment for
n Lake on Into New River. I I "I am authorized to say for the final of a three game tournament U hment. said J. P. Roberta this of their Individual weapons on inspection Is pl.nnOd to either Job or pay, till to prevent these

ked that work cease on the Mr, Smith that his primary Interest to determine the winner of week. Mr. Roberts, Democratic the gunnery ranges, and four made be.cause On August 2. the boys wUl be marketlllg a 0 D1 e
until provision wu made Is to save himself from the first halt of,the men' Ipague. nominee for State Representative hours of inspection: Is In prospect. And this wa polllible of back-a little tired-a lot wiser on the 'anner's ,
the excess water from great Iou through additional Water Rumors have It that A. B. Baker, .nd local Plymouth dealer, pur- On Sunday, July 25. there Ia toe most of the employers enough -and greatly prepared. the County Agent
IOn Lake.Roa4 being dumped upon his lands' head ot the Biggs and Baker :haeed the business recenUy. > a regimental parade and on, these men we gracious i
provision- being Mrs. who has been In 'POp' -
Department ImmecUItoPl'd without adequate earn. and Buddy Bishop of the .-
work on the project. made to take It away This pPoviston Starke Lions are at each othar' the food preparing business for lfampton.1nbereaaa Sister In Japan Bowling Alley Dixie Grill '
gt the Bradford County can be. made by deepening trouble on the field 11 veers: has operated Avery Inn This Week 'i
throatll over Opened
amt officially had little and widening Sampson Run Ino Although witnesses of the feud on Walnut Street for three years.'revioua Road Deeds Ready Seen On Screen The Dlxle Grill / f A,
-ith the project they imp:: New River but he will insist no blood has yet been spilled, to that time she was By Waldo Resident On Temple Avenue Coftee shop located )
1 Iy provided for a contrac-: that the first work be done to say located In Atlanta. She said that The deeds for the Hampton.fhereUs .
some predict a hot time on the road alley and cafe on treet. opened last .I.Ia
eull1ine the territory which Improve Sampson Run. very Inn would close sometime farm.to-market Mu. Vivian Ell" Waldo, had The bowling ullder tile
field Saturday night.So week. were acquired this week by Lucian Temple Ave.. which has been new
far In the Llona-Baker tourn- HaHn at the rlaht-of-way dlvl.lon the unusual experience ot seeing closed for quite some time was manacement of G.,C.
Ikid ale's Store' Easy Reinstatement ment. Baker has won one game The manager of Roberta Grin of the State Road Depart- her sister, Miss Lois E. Johnson reopened this week by A. S.Manases er. who ha. been
ot the three as the result otof aid that the Grill will operate on nent MI' Hazen resIdes on We.tCall now In Japan, on the screen of an ellperieneed bowler ,.ul'Anta In Starke
Ill X-Ray Machin 'Of NSLI Iniurance last Tuesday' score of 17-U. the same burls as Avery Inn Street.In the Florida Theater recently. hlm"lf. Mr Manasea hopes to ears.

Only Before Aug. 1 Another game was planned wtth nil alcoholic beverages for short time the deeds will The Theater presented MrtI, hold a grand opening at a later Mr. Blumer
e's Clothing Store, 10- TIIurllday' but the outcome was ale and no nickelodian. She intends to the land owners Ellis with the' particular new."shot" date when Starke bowling teams less from HW

011 the Comer ot Walnut Veterans have until August 1 unknown at press Ume. .to stress the quiet homelike be for presented their sll'flature. Once they, which was from Metro are organized to meet J.c1cAOnville week.The

C&Il Streets has added to reinstate their lapsed National The men'a aeries, beginning atmOllphere and wall cater are thus executed they are to be Ooldwyn Mayer' News of th4 / competltora. Grill will { uIi
lIIAChtne: Service Life Insurance on a comparative next Tuesday, .is the start of the to parties and banquet- filed with Clerk of the Court A. J. Day. Mr. M.n..a MId Saturday rdera. sea foods, and
to their shoe ..tore.re announced A reasonably priced buslneu- MI'. '
health basis. second half of the .uon. and construction on the M18. Johnson formerly of Ven- that he intends to operate a first Blumer
homes i iii
Is Owned and operated Administrator Carl R. Woman'a Club, on men' lunch is tD be served noon five will e.tablLebment would
Q. Veterans The Junior road will begin when the County UII, has spent the past ClUB bowling alley, which ..
Barksdale aJuS son, Ro- Gray In St., Petersburg this week huraday July 8. played the each day and the Saturday'swon provlclea enough funds to pay the years lit government service, the really be "flt for the ladles 8 a. m. to mldnlaht. a aI
chicken dump-
This menu that after August ngh School team and was beat special Hot land owners for the rlCbt-of-Y. lut' two of which have been In One of the weekly features is. a
flaw device will enable the 1 a physical examination ,will to the tune of 15-4. Kathey Thurman Lags Kra. Avery offered announced.for J.pan In the newsreel she was tree practice period for women Navy Offers
will be
b dscufta every
to fit be Deceaaary to reinstate' the NS'Id pitched tile whole game for attending the running of a horse on Thursday afternoons beginning
shoes aecurat.ely. In Wood veal. and home made deserts antD Land Transfers Says Recruiter
It aald. At present. white Martha I
hvesia policy he .he ladles rue on the Tokyo race tricks. at 3 p.m.
!i bone any deformity of I the veteran need only to fill .out In c1Id the managing. be.a hours rpeciauty.Tb. the new. ...tabllshment Recent real estate transfers announced Both the bowling alleys and H. 8. Talbert

structure and uFTtnes a simple application form All games an set for'7:30: In are from 4 to 9:30: am. by E A. Strout Agency: Recent Births cafe are open every day at 5 minded parents

If the shoe flu which he eertlflee that his health Bradford ball park. for breakfast, from 11 a.m. to fL B: Wiggins of lfamptAln sold Mr and IIr. Donald John p.m On TIIursdaya. Saturdays the NaY}' offers
4 to Width and leDctJa. Ia as good U. when the policy 2:30 for the noon meal, and tD Jose Moreira at N. J., 5 acres and Sundays, the business opens tlonal opportunities
premiums for twO : pm. north of (artln. Starke, a son Donald 2 The cate .Is speciallzIng -
Bukadale said that such lapsed and pay Unusual Corn from 5 to,t p.m.. for supper. ot laneS on road no. 300. at p.m. U. urged", the boys
lJttur! II moDtU. Hampton JunctJon.KJ' Willard, born July 5. In short order. Ihfllr hlda school and

!le th11dren especially imPort- The ,privilege ot reinstating on' A stem of white com aprouUnlf .M Mra. C. C. ,BranUey Mr and Mra. wWarj5 Edwin I The new operator of the tour In the Navy which

IJ since their feet this basis wW be available after four ears was an unusual aped- Parsonage Permit old their farm of 80-acres to XI'. Nynn Starke. a son. WUlardW.yne. alley bowling establishment Is to any tracle' school

'nit damaged by ID-fttUDI' July 31 only to veterans whose men brought tD the Telegraph permit baa been t. E. Rlgclon ot Duval County. b rn' July 8. planning a program of leagues Ice. ,
A building
X-ray lapsed for less than week by Freddie Johns aged Carder The Navy
'* machine ICrmlta policies have the period thla of Mr. and Mrs hued to the A. M. E. Church, !""ropert located near Judge Mr and Mr. William Alvin within the city, the beat of whkbwW etofflce
er Where son
to three montha. 11. Freddie '\ farm 2 mnes NW of StarkePereonaJ I building
t tilt elto.a actually Me the of lapse is. three months or sines P. Johns of west Starke."aa .v. BenJ. WWiama preacher. tl'8I1MCUOI1. 'bland Starke a son, William Compete with other towna. from 10 a. m. to 2 p.

before they are gee, the veteran wt1I be lon-I[ five rows of com 011 tILl "-H for a $1500 parsonage In ReDo. A rthur, torn July 10.

to take a ,physical: Club project. bl

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____ -- her grandmother; Mrs. A. M. Rl RULED
tQ __ I .' the long promised picture of my PRAL

,:.i, Bradford County Telegraph Dull Day Clay Hill who beautiful now works girl "Margarette.is Miami, daughter Moaley- State Farm charde Geraldine, for a Griffls week. or .Evergreen ealz, for who., rborn.9"af

of Mr
of Harrison Mosley ot'Clay warn the overnight guest b eel
4., ESTABLISHED 1877 [. U MATTHEWS. OwNEDITO ItemsBy By IMF DureeMohr Hill. She and John were standing By Mrs. Bryan Whlttlel'' and Mrs. Kirkland Saturday. graph.
and ICatered.d I Ptfnca Nebr. near a lovely convertible .
fubUsbed Every Friday H. O. O.vla 1
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Fla. .' coupe with the top down on tho O.UT-DOOR PARTY
CJI- .- '. ---' The wind blowing cool. Carolyn Bradley was hostess at
1-*, i Wherein I celebrate: the Fourthof She decidedly has the new look air: outdoor party at the homeof R. B. Alvarez
i ) 1948 business.It July la an unusual way and &
MEMBER I like the newspaper the letter from Dix and Is sweet in her long flowerecdecas. her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J&C. S
doesn't pay much. It takes many I know she Is proud of Bradley. Saturday evening

Subscription $240 Annually $1.80 For Six MontLET'S I midnight oil. It's a constant bat- ie. John.. Letter from Marguerite In the light of a pretty bonfire ,
I want to 50 back to that old this Interesting Transfer &
Junior played
tie against mistakes-errors In Crews, a former teacher. She I'ntlll croup StorageAGENT
house I love
going to Tallahasse University. games for.several hours. Ken
TOGETHERNow reporting, errors In typing errors To the wide shady yard, and
REASON She promises some day tr neth Dobbs was the lucky' winnerin
that Starke's TRADE AT HOME campaign is nearIng In typesetting: errors In neadline the long winding 'lane. ... I come to see me. I would be so the treasure hunt and the FOR DELCHER BRa

the half-way mark it is time to pause and do a little writing, errors In headline setting; To the pool ;wIth 'its border of happy to have her. treasure was the piece de resistance -

more serious thinking on the subject. errors In combining news stories willows above I Helpful Hints: When grinding of the entertainment. Moving and Phone 9105
And the hills that at dawning. Others participating: in this affair
k We all realize that thousands of dollars go out of'Brad and headlines, errors In makingup ,raisins rinse them first in boiling We Operate
with rain. Wanda Lee LJnzy Spencer Local
that should rightfully be spent in to are misty water and they will not stickto were and .L.
try : .
ford County every year the page. And you O the soft mountain zephyrs ,' Crews. J. W. and Raymond Walker u tance. Also
our own community. The idea that the slogan TRADE AT correct-and try and try, and you are sweet ,pineysweetAnd the grinder. I brush the ton Quentin Bloodsworth, Ernest Hauling An
\ is the despairing of a dying community is ab- of my buttermilk biscuits with Starke,City Limit
y HOME, cry look with dismay at the finished they ripple -and billow the : Anderson Gerald Brannen, Dew-
surb. Town-boosting is an art practiced by those live, wide. for they do In. green seas of wheat. sweet milk They brown so nicely ey Thornton, Jimmie Moncrlef,, SEE US FIRST
product slip It cookies too. To entertain _
Try on
awake communities, made so by citizens who believe in their Now a mocking birdsings In Geraldine Orlffls, Wynette Goodman -
town and support their merchants. But I like It. the summer gloam a child on a rainy day let Carolyn Crews, Betty Wll-

i ft The business men of Starke are i not asking for, nor are I like It because there .Is s It's the voice of the South. It carve Save an animal the chips from for a bar was of* Damn, J. L. Dowling, Erma Jean r
thrill lit discovering a good story land that's calling me' home. and Jimmie Godwin, and Patsy
4Ic they entitled to "charity". If they cannot deliver the goods It In own words.I day. Set your electric fan on th' Kucera.
0 0j at equal prices, quality considered, they certainly do not expect like putting It because your can take -Dwight. floor at your feet where you Iron. iifiehlls
your trade. If a local buyer will take into considerationthe In and you It In Here It U hot. Corn weather Keeps you cool and does not dry Refreshments consisted of sandwiches
the type
t service that backs up a sale made by a local busjness the. form story where it looks best and they call It. Some places the out clothes or blow them. : and cold drinks. ____'

?..t'fi house, the immediate delivery effected*, the convenient terms carefully place the head you've nights are hot, but we have II Here ls a thought: We must Mm. L. F. Chapman left Friday \ WAS
there It la /
often allowed and the courteous consideration extended: it written over It. And you can workIt sleeping porch and have' th. capacity for getting- for Monteagle, Tenn., where she

: will be plain that "buying at home" has many overwhelming In on the mass of the entire always cool and we can deep. pleasure and satisfaction from will be at the Assembly Inn for .

\ advantages. page to Insure some type of bal The above poem Is named "Songat what experience.\ Only those about two weeks HYUT
Twilight". I have started a
When you buy in Starke thereby creating a demand, the ance In the final product. I likeIt book with that name. I shall having been educated to appreciate Mrs. W. R. Humphreys. Mrs.S. .
because one small shift of the the every day things have J. Harrel. Mrs. P. A. Milhol-
]local merchants will be able to increase their stocks, thus finish It some day. It Is a storyof PERMANENT
r offering a variety that can compete with some of the stores type; In the make-up form changesthe my grandparents and parentsand minded the greatest experience of land Mrs. R. G. Barker and Mrs. L es_
all. .
li paper you read. To you the F. S. Gordon, all of Jacksonville, CASEIN
centers. do this childhood. PAl
in large metropolitan They cannot however, leads on Into my
change seems natural, but some Here Is that I were luncheon guests of Mrs.
a recipe am
until they have some assurance of general ]local support. All thru the country the combines
of us know why it came about. going to try for cucumber pickles Rlcharde Norman and Mrs A. "'" c.Ien. -..
wheat. There
are now harvesting
The Telegraph calls attention to the fact that a cam Almost every Thursday, when : Wash and dry ''cucumber. M. Rlcharde Saturday. Ill I- f- ....... ..IQ

munity, like an individual, cannot spend its money and keep that: huge machine| In the rear Is Father.a bumper The crop, looks thanks fine.to our So Pack In jars I am going to pick :Miss Pauline Brannen of Jack- ....... Far.latoriw...,
it too, but a community made up of many people who spend begins> to grind off the weekly far plenty of moisture.. I have them before they get too large. sonville spent the past weekend ... tars ,....w with alit,|

their money at home, can spend that money time and time Telegraph: some small boy Is enticed such nice Irish potatoes, large Pour this mixture cold over them with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. -........ N. tldHYUTE .. ....,
again its people. by .the roar and comes In and seal: 1 -. Qkk, s4 .
among own onions,, cabbage and soon have gallon vinegar, 1 I.:! R. W. Brannen. ..,
to stare silently as the press goeson quarts of water, 1.2 cup salt 1-? : b M ,
ripe tomatoes. :My chickens are Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bates 3d. HlRfftlCT1NCesyes.
and And the boy like I. ground NATM'LJ
H on. so big. I Jet them out a little cup mustard 1 teaspoon Barbara Bates and Mrs. F. H.
? Come In And See Our Line of New I. usually intrigued by the fresh while to get some grass. I madea powdered alum 1 teaspoon saccharine Gilbert visited Nancy Bates at

smell of newsprint and the startIng coop for them of 'wire.. 2 tablespoons of mixed Good Counsel Camo at Floral Cltv
appearahce of freshly spread spices. They hold their color and Sundav. At that time had
BICYCLESNow Ink. And he cannot quite pull On the Fourth. Don had to stay crisp. I learned this In Mis- been there for a week Nancy and Barbara Sistmnk Feed & Seed Stor
1 start to..Nlobrara to
way from the folding machine, early get a souri. Be sure to try ..few. 'for. this .week. ,
joined .
on display at our store which'draws large sheet of paper body. I got up'at S. I hung the Be happy, take It easy in this Starke,.Florida
J. O. Caldwell and daughters,
out after he left and
big nag
Into its deepest Innards and deposits heat.and I will be
: TERMS TO SUIT thinking of
and Frances, Saturday
'Usted things and prepared for Peggy spent
them folded God bless
s neatly at ,the you. you-love Lura.
other end. ,dinner, a. his brother and wife with Mrs. J. B. Caldwell in

ALSO USED BICYCLES AND came over with him. After dinnerwe Ocala 4
? rs.. BICYCLE REPAIRS And he leaves the shop amazedat Mrs. C. D. Seller and her
r .. brought In the casket and EARN While You LEARN loOn
the bit of
secret knowledge
dressed him. This. man they said Lawtey daughter Patricia JWlllard. spent'the
-l he has acquired, and I for one In young manhood was such a : past weekend with Mr. and
mILuJ have never rid myself of that Mrs. W. O. Brown In Tallahassee.
F- gay young man who liked toJance. By L. H. Futch
T O Aft DM OTOMRIGGS amazement. ( HI. father gave him abig Erma Jean Godwin and Betty The G. I. BILL of Rl(
Among the various machines farm. He married a lovely Williams are In Orlando visiting:
found In the back shop of a newspaper voting girl. He had three children. The Baptist Church Is planntn"' Erma Jean's brother-in-law and

Is the linotype, of which One was at his funeral. Thing! a revival for the week of July sister Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd FlemIng -

r BAKER the Telegraph now,has two. The began to go wrong, he lout his. 18 to July 23": This meeting i 1' until Saturday.Congratulations are
W for the following -
gadget; Is one with a keyboard, art of the Stewardship revlva' extended to now Approved
''t 105 W. Call St. Starke Fla. farm, the family scattered He are !
and Its function Is to set the died such a broken hearted of the New River Association Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dowling who courses:
"" 1 _ I .. -"" _ __+ letters and ;words embodied In at 68 In the rest home. Life man does' The Rev. B. D. Locke la the guest were married on July 3. Before Basic Ground Primary and Advanced -

one line of a news story into one things to us. I am Just thankfulfor speaker.Mr. her marriage Mrs. Dowling was Flying '.' Also Private Commercial '"
solid lead "slug" of To and Martin of S.C. ) and Flight l i Instructor
type. ,, say present blessing. I envy no Mrs V. H., Applebv Parkey Conway
YOU CAN SAY IT AGAIN the least It does all this .In the one nor want and wla" for things/ and two children Beverly and Mr. and Mrs. Dowling are at hometo Courses. Approval No. 5650. .__

most mysterious manner. I cannot have. I am satisfied. Buddy were the truest of Mrs. their friends at their home

Frank Durshlmer has been operating Just once In awhile I suddenly" Appleby's mother Mrs J.E. War. near Lawtey.Mr. .
and Mrs. G. E. Crews Carolyn Clau Room Instruction Tues. & Th
the Telegraph .linotype for have a feeling I want to see Clay -

\.rm tI 'I rears.. And I often wonder what' Hill. My heart and duties art ren.Mr.. and Mrs Alva Cooke /, Crews and.their. visitor Mer Nights 7:30 P. M.
rill Ann Francis, were In Gainesville .
he> thinks about as he1 sits for here so I cast It off. Danville. Oa., formerly of Starke

:tt /lOll"' I hours tapping the keyboard.For At Clay Hill the new road Idbeing'"built Mr.will Cook arrive here! July 20 wher Mr. and Sunday Mrs. John as the....Crews.guests ,of CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT SER

the linotype can be and fast. The store run will assume the posi Nancy Kniagt of Gainesville '
; J tion of 'I PHONE.147 OR 32
jAl11't/ I' often is, referred to as the "Loom by Elgin Lang near the schoolhouse principal of the Rising visited Peggy Caldwell from .
a .. of Life. One machine can for does business seven days a Elementary School and Mrs. Cook Thursday until Saturday '
will be I CONWAY A I R PAR
1 decades for half week. She sells. and cold I principal of the Hellbronn I
7IV t.Oj.. yea, even a /gas Elementary School. Miss Katherine Norman of Jacksonville
r<< CJ century, record the ceaseless drinks and many things. Mr. Joseph Mr. and Mrs. I came Sunday to be with
1) Titus
t. change of growth or decline of a Nash was over visiting In Sunday Olson spent
\\ t& like the: but afternoon with Mr. ani"
a town ours. ;The linotype U neighborhood says he la Mrs., Robert Watson

,1 \OJ.. "\. thus a loom weaving the fabric teaching In Bradford County next .Mr. and Mrs. Edgar In Wilklnso Melrose
tit a community Into shades both Autumn. The gardens now have ,
spent the weekend
'& 1Of light and dark dull and colorful. lots of good things-peas beans Mrs J. B. Mills with at Mr. am

: f. So It. la that Mr. .Durshlmer okra, butterbeans, and melon It Heights. Keystone

: .G behind his machine weaves the will be another week before I Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Parks
'. \ 1 cloth of Bradford County, Its have beans out here. Winnie Starling their weekend guests at their hal'all WAIT REFRESHED

; II I\ births and Its death., its comingand one of my former studentsat cottage on Kingsley Lake Mr. C.
Clay Hill works at the telephone
Its going Itt society and Its office In and Mrs. Dameron Black Jr..
,,I candals. For the machine tracesou mother She and children of Jacksonville.
was out her *
'. the birth notices visiting and Mrs. Kenneth
through Witt of
.. 1 through the kiddies birthday par. Aunt Elgin/ a week. Sammie Star- town, Ohio, and Mrs. Wallace Young-
school functions and ling, quite a nice size boy new, Carson and
lest: through son, Frankie of Pitts- HAVE
graduation-it puts you safely to helps i Elgin; In the store at Clay burg Penn., were called home on A COCACOLAJ

G work and it marries you off In Hill. Marklee John. of the Navy, Thursday of last week because of
now stationed In
!grand! style and It tells of your California waslome the Illness of their father, Pate ,
home life either through divorce on a seven day IfOllvt1 Oassett. who Is as( the Shadycrest
know his mother was so happy '
legal notices or more birth an- Hospital.
and proud of him. Hazel and
nouncements. It records your
I { greatness near greatness, and Carson Orlffls report a big church

NORTH lAST SOUTH then without Inthe dinner at Highland and had a
a single change
P nice time. They went to Jax '...
Ali. : OR WIST. .. note of Its chatter It puts ping. Sunday the Fourth shop-was GIVES :
p you safely to test near your God.
_, Take your choice of Summer's grand. There Is your life, woven Into Shirley Mosley's birthday. She 1 Malarial

est pleasure lands GREYHOUND a cloth for all to see, whether Itbe was having a chicken dinner. Chills&Feer .t4
'' I Lorene Padgett she wishes
l WILL TAKE YOUI! Seasoned vacationsrs bright or dull, simple or Intri- says
she could have
some of cherries
have found Greyhound's big cate. Surely .the linotype Is o RELIEF
4 They are all fine. I have
% ,J ;. .v new air-conditioned. luxury buses wonderful machine.

tih fitted with every facility for complete And while I have thought here =--..- -= > f tr
travel enjoyment Low fares to every only In terms of Bradford County .

;? where means extra money for an end written of only one llnotypr Phone T47 Temple Ave Starke, Fla.CONWAY'S .
one weekly newspaper, other
4' extra Check
stay. holiday
your compass
have written of linotypes
Gay Havana, exotic Key In many newspapers and their SERVICE STATION

West, exciting great cities, sparkling combined weaving makes a world-
c -b beaches or cool, green mountains shaking roar. For despite the WASHING POLISHING WAXING I '

t t '" then go the best way-GREYHOUNOI treat events In the world aboutus GREASING ELECTRIC ARC WELDING .1:: V. /

the cllckety clack of the linotypes Pressurized
C.r-\\.hlnc To Remove Dirt Vacuum Cleaningof
never cease. I
t'photateny Expert Painting Se Us For Estimate
SEE MORE This fascination of the lino.type -


r SAVE MORE Lathered this poem written by Terms As Low As $1.20 Per Week ,
h I Julius Muller and printed In the
r Linotype News, a year or so ago. ( SEE US FOR YQVR CAR NEEDS _

S4IIIpe ,4.. ,74104f. We weavet! We weave! The sky AMOCO GAS. and. ACCESSORIES

r'd', may rock.
Daytona Beach $1.95 Landa pass as smoke away: BATTERIES S7.95 up EXCHANGE

We gather the warps and weave
up -
MIAMI 5.55 The garment Of the day. cN't.
: -
LAKE WALES 3.20 We knit men's hates, we knit

NEW YORK 15.95 men's loves
make the
pattern whole
4 DETROITATLANTA 15.50 Of loves and hates. Behold' STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESA ;

6.25 'tis oneHumanity's!- Complete Line of Builders Supplies'

great soul. Phone 44 -, Across From S-AJ. Depot Delivery Service )

*PlM .MX f..-M AN Akeve *.-'i Strike ravening armies! Flame,

1'I I re ..... r.w Crewrf r..tIMr O fleets! Sherwin-Williams Paints FalrtNUikMorae>

CMAITM A OaiYMOVM RUe, nations! Rise and spring! rate* Your Home Home Water Systems

la I, I High. ors,-high hark! above your 'dam- And Pay by The Month i Terns U Desired _

GREYHOUND IDS STATION Our Looms are thundering.. '

Phone 147 stark, FU.GREYHOUND Yes our looms are thundering.And METAL & COMPOSITION> ROOFING \ :
although we have only two Thirst-Butt. Asphalt 81aJa&'he (Orae BlueBuOdJac Hard I
.bi their. social significance: remainsthe ware Hardware Cloth. Cosnnosi sad. FUUh NaJla- .Asbestos M
aame. They tell of you and Siding Cement BforUr Mix --
f i they tell of me. and nothing we 5;
a do will ever alter their ceaseless
chatter. LUMBER AU Grades MOLDING All Kinds ... qhI

For whatever happens to us. '

the linotype. hurry on. There Is i IOUUD ustali AU'HOIITT O' unit COCA.CO' 1
.r I.//V S always another story on the BRONZE SCREEN WINDOWS &: DOORS STARKE COCA-COLA COMPANY I'.
-waiting to be .

Q 1947.Try C



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OISO111nE; week Health.by the Florida State Boardof food Is prepared In advance and Starke Oil Dealers of having polio. Volunteer and hospital services free of 1'I0TIC'1D'
there AgentIn
lea lack of proper storage [ :Nose and throat secretions and' charge. The Institution I, Nolle i. ".,.bY oven that theund.r.laned
I Issued Every year at this time out- space and adequate refrigeration. Undertake Drive bowel discharges are infectious Starke RecentlyA will also la .n....>d In buAlnss... I\
place the baby in an fictitious pllm.of W trn ,
I excellent under tba
)Board breaks of food poisoning increase, Food poisoning: occurs if disease To Avoid Shortage ,and should be disposed of as' home If the mother Auto Aoxoolat Store at thfollowing 1 '
tb mainly because of carelessness in germs get into food and then the 'quickly and representative for ,the Vol- desires. address. lift West Call
safely as
use care handling food for food Is allowed possible. If any aid Is needed for unwed Bt Stark. Fla und Intends to ; I
to large to remain In a
gatherIngs said
.I. namo
I,warning Four local fuel oil dealers under- Open sewage or human feces unteers of America Major L.A. tr the tletltloua .
weather" foods such as banquets, picnics, or warm room and Is not refrigerated. mothers, the Volunteers can be In the office of the Clerk of the
''lOt must be considered as Odom. was In Stark this weekon of Bradford County,
took a campaign this week to a possible Plreult Court
against food other affairs where a'number of The heat will cause the germsto source of infection for contacted at 23 'W. 12th Street in.. \
.ution. \pawed here this people are served. Usually the multiply like wildfire and a urge their customers to fill their avoid contamination of files.food To an annual fund raising cam- Jacksonville 8, Florida. J. 1". Jaudon, 115 west Call St.. !air
short time later, persons eatingthe storage tanks now in an effortto flies Is part of by paign to gather funds for expectant Btarka Fla.
any public health
-: < ': contaminated food be- unwed mothers.
( i may avoid a :winter shortage.
Z program In which
a there Is even I Isi
+ + come violently ill with severecramping The Volunteers have established
Rx $ The businesses point out that
v remote possibility that flies may a maternity home In Jacksonville I "
4 shortness of breath, other sections of the IT. S. will k
act as transmitters of disease. I
where the mothers are t1 \
vomiting and diarrhea. These at- use little fuel oil within then ::
very I
All cases of un-explained fever given pre and post natal care .
tacks are very painful but sel- ."tt10/ davn. and If Florldlan'4 ; r..,
in children should be I I
dom fatal. regarded
fill their tanks now, the oil dealers '
with extra and'a ,
When fix potato, chickenor will In turn be able to stock AUTOMOBILE .
you should be promptly called so that J'I 1'
ham salads for Instance, up for the coming winter. This LIABILITY INSURANCE:
the child can be treated cautiouslyand
leave out that spoil will assure an adequate supply
eaoilv, such Ingredients as mayonnaise eggs of fuel, and kerosene, for Florida with at least one week of Although not compulsory it Is Look At U. S. Agriculture Department I

pickles, until just before time to which according to. statistics, uses bed rest. much safer to carry' Liability Figures On Comparative Market
Children, far Insurance. I represent only old ,
serve. Or keep the food refrig- more fuel oil per capita than any so as practicable
erated at O.degrees or lower. other state..The rest of the nation should avoid unecessary contact line Your, reliably business stork will be eonapaales. Sales For The Years '1946 And 1947 ,
Cream pastries, or any food containing turns to coal burning furnaces in wfth other persons, especially ated. appreci:
colder weather. those outside their own homes
milk and should ,tj
eggs during epidemic prevalence of the 119 W. Call Street (Producers' Sales does include .
alto.be kept cold. Agents behind the campaign not resale ;
K. O. Duncan for StandardOil disease.It Pppoalte Bradford Co. Telegraph
be Meats served, especially either hot pork or cold should and are, H. E. Tucker for Sinclair was emphasized that there Phone 1M I tobacco but amount actually paid i'I I

should not be left sitting In room Refining Company, H. C. Brown Is no unusual incidence of the I N. D. Walnwrlght. Jr. )_ i't
growers t
temperature. All meats should be for Seaboard Oil Company and disease anywhere in Florida. I .
Freeman' Register and eon for. the t -
thoroughly cooked. '; ''Jr,
I t
;. Lemonade and similar acid Gulf Oil Corp 1946 1947 III
'i't .
: metal drinks should containers.not be These kept acid In t'olio Procedures 'Lake' City _______________ 47.40 37.82 I, a i,t tI tr

drinks frozen In'' a refrigeratortray Valdosta _________________ 46.08 ".'M. 39.47 r

with a brass base, cadmi utlined By State (J Qultman -_________________ 41.53 36.61 >

um-plated, produce violent disturbances Health DepartmentPertinent i ,ere Hahira ___________________ 45.63 38.89 'f L '. I
due to the attackingof
Nashville _____.______ -
tlaea d the cadmium by,the acid. facts concerning polio ______ 45.22 38.84 ':.

and procedures to. be followed 1M Jasper ________________-_no sales 39.82 ..tI tIt

Modern Auto Court during outbreaks of the disease (Jasper open only few days) I t ''

I Planned For Starke were In Florida sent this to all week health by Dr.officers R.F. Belt average ________ __ ..._. ?, 43.20 38.06 ,1': ". 1 i it

Put smart H&I Samsonite By:New Resident Sondag of the Florida State Board LIVE OAK _--------.t 48.58 39.91 r1 t, r.; d dtl ;
of Health. This information was
prepared by a group of leading be cool LUe Oak led these markets, and was considerably 'f
Led i your 14 unit auto
family portrait
Constructing: on a
luggage court and a three bedroom horn authorities on polio.' I higher than the belt average for both years. ,!, ; I II

Vacation began this week on eight lots Dr. Sondag, who is director of in a freshly It's just good sense to sell your tobacco where prices I :
1948 opposite the Dixie Motor Courton the Bureau of Preventable DIseases !: [
Temple Ave, The lots were said that the health 'officers cleaned suit are highest. I r'r

a of( a amen family, all set for a woo-' recently purchased and construction mation had because been given the polio this season Infor- Based on the above figures. It must, be true that you I'I' r f fI il I
tal! That beautiful luggage Is SamaonnJe Instigated by Oeorge In some J can: receive extra dollars for your tobacco on the I .
Is '
"apparently" beginning
finish (Dsd't favorite). What youfa Bunch, former president of the 'f a aI \
rich, fcurarioiu liningslitkoiw Austin and Bunch Furniture Com- areas of the country. However, I
!die picture Enjoy cool comfort while maintain. l
b d brass tircsroliiicd N. C., who Is he'pointed out that only 47 cases MARKET I
) poli nan of Ststesville. ing that well-pressed impeccable LIVE OAK TOBACCO II
eoonruciioo position. of polio' have been reported in I
auper-Mieagdi from that
|fhung Kntch II). ADd wbse''' Florida through June 12 this year. look. We give your suits a scientific: I f fI
litat IID'I prim eves (* matched luggage set The property and was Mrs.formerly JamesN. Polio is known to be caiTsed by I dirt-free, odor-free cleaning job that 3 SETS OF EXPERIENCED I\, ,\ I
expect to pay lot only. eaKpoll owned by a filterable virus although Its actually restores and rejuvenates 1 ,! I,I It
i of Jacksonville "
know why this is America' Bragaw the property last December mode of transmission It is not I fabrics and colors; makes suits feel WAREHOUSEMEN 'j'; "
purchased definitely known. as cool look. Defeat the heat! t 1 1'l I.
r r luggage. Saa Milt. Le4...* from the Florida Coca- as they I' I
W....... sac of the disease, 'l r
Viniry O'NiM____...S17.50 Cola Company. Initial symptoms Start using our dry cleaning service "
>i lHn' 0'Mi........,._..._$1 19.50 Jacksonville architect Glynn D. Dr." Sondag said, are fever, acute I i today. 2 SETS OF ,SALARIED BUYERS '1 "
i 101.11' 0..rHi,k. Cess....$17.50 Moore has' drawn plans for the! headache, sore throat, nausea, 1

j Pullman ........................$27.50 motor court to be erected'' on vomiting and constipation. Clinical 8 HUGE : i
Ward'eb.$35.00uu' John evidence of nervous system Involvement )t
i Temple Ave., and contractor .
.. consist of stiffness of PHONE 135
h .....,.. um_ Jail Starke Is planning the home. I
r-a.bl"111 l the neck and t t'I
f!.. ......la Hand.. ?:; Mr Bunch, his wife, and three alternating with spine' drowlness irritability and ROBT. fll'flU.I'' 315 Extra Dollars And Save Time By 4! +

,..i.__1. daughters. Barbarla, Martha Ann local muscle weakness, or para- GREEN, .
and Georglana, will reside In Temple y Temple Selling Your Tobacco In 'I
.NI! AIIMVIH. Ave. when the construction lysis. Owner a 1! 'li H

Is completed. At present, Mr. Methods of controlling polio. Ave.
r Bunch is staying at WhisperingPines consists: LIVE OAK i
RNITURE CO. Tourist Home on the 'Early recognition of the If
tamiwilta Mm't Gainesville highway while making sease and isolation for two dl-I. t
.Call St. Starke, Fla. Tna. te..ue I
frequent trips to North Carolina. three weeks of those .

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JULY 1 16 No Exchanges! --- No Lavawavs 19 f ,I

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Ladies ,, .w. t i II

SLACK SUITS (z' STRAW HATS - = 2.98&3.45 y f s.( ;

'. Formerly C .. I t tf

Regular 7.95 Values A'l, ,!
s 7 5.95 BATHING TRUNKS 49c 2.00 2.45 PANTS .t -' I
; 1 Now N: ; t ,
495 1J .

;$ ,,J 4. 9 5 Now SPORT SHIRTS (:Doing At I, ;.' t, ) ,:i'

5.95 d1 d1J d1p
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Suits i
Ladies Shoes Ladies Bathing ,'" ; .\


,.fi $:I.OO 4.95 I. ,.I ",'I. I

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Fancy 1.00 1


I 1.982.983.45 Going' At 2.0 0 DRESS SHIRTS, White and Fancy 3.45 SHIRTS, Fancy Dress 2.49Ballerina

Freeman & W. I... Douglas
Fine Quality + C H r L D R EN'S


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3.49 i 98c WORK, Formerly 5.95 Weatherbird- Now .Shoes. 3.951 J L L'r

11'i? One Lot Sandals

ONE LOT Jig! SLIPS - 1.49 F 1' mar'' SHOES Formerly 2.45Now y- 1.98J 4 'I,

'"' One Lot Sands 2.98 C ''r.. 1 1r

ies Dresses Satin )r

2.98 49c 3 95 BOYS PANTS

LL.tJE Panties - [ NOW - 2.98&3.49Tee r AI

Ladies w .. 4
Shirts 98c eG.' Boys Tan Dungarees
C' }
;> ; ? 1.29
3.45 .
Short Pajamas. -. 1-98 White xfardSh oes t= Sport Shirts . . ',

*:*s Shorts>; :-*?Reg.. 3.45Now. ,. '2.98 Tax- 2.29 Inch 1. THE, STORE OF: :VALUES"_ <:- :: : : :: :: : I Tee Boys Shirts Lastex-Bathing- -Trunks- .- .. .. I'1.69: 'WBRADFORD

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I'fOTIOJJ' !) fact
t'y to
:1 don based on the Circle program Miss Snodgrass Bride Of Mr. Thomas I BirthsMr. Notice Ie hereby given that the the equal to on.a"Id hUndrod Boa rtt ''s ja1
: H in The Kingdom". Norman undersigned l. engaged In bimlneee contract price,
"Brotherhood ,
[ Carlos .
and Mrs withdraw !
In Lovely Wedding On July Seventh under the fictitious name of Ronnie. hie bid far bidds
: CLUBS business and program Store at the address thirty day
SOCIETY and Following the I son, Stanley James, Donnie following -I the after the '
:t served delicious Raiford, a : 128 East Call Street Starke. opening theref deltaShall t=
: Mrs. Flume of Miss Jean Snodgrasa, daughter born July 10. Florida and intends to redder' the' AU work b.
to the members fictitious In the office
RHlckolK"t! refreshments aid name cordene. don,
;L Offke Gladys :Mooty of Mr. and Mra. John M. Entxl- Mr. and Mrs. Claude Alfred of the Clerk of the ftroult' Courtof and Contract with I>IRn. I
n'; rhODe 29 Editor Phone U : the Circle. grass of ScotUboro, Ala., became Lawtey Bradford County, Kla.fll thereto which docurnenlo" .
\ \ I The next meeting will be held the bride of Archibald J. Thomas Morgan. Starke, a daughter Carolyn ( n..d sore.) Elliot B. Flynn J. Flynn, F. d.! VergleFlynn Flynn.' the Publlo office. ot the", 8upahtna"'

...... j --.--- at the home of Mrs. Lewis Halnes Jr., ,son of Mr. and Mr*. A. J. .r ... II. Fair Claudia, born July 9. Tae 4t ,., ot' at the ottlcelot IIlark"O" !:.

.:. '" Mon. WMU Circle One on August 3rd.), Thomas of Starke, In a lovely -. Architect of 'uch'SJIL"1' ? gorA" '
WSCS Meeting jet [
wedding ceremony at 5 o'clock Mr. and .Mre. C.. i.? Carter of CALL FOR BIDS docum.nt'.n J'lan.? and CM 4

The Womens Society Christian Met Last TuesdayAt Kindergarten Class Wednesday' afternoon, July 7 at Tallahassee were the guest of Mr. City IN1IT4TION of Starke. FOR BIDS'f"V' NOTICE" TO CONTRACTORS traotor.may b. from Secured b rn., for' .>r

Church the First Methodist Church In and Mrs. J. P. Wyrick over the Bradford County, Florida STARKE) FLORIDA by depositing :.Hi0ir'S'
Service of the Methodist Flume HomeThe Opens September 10 Scottsboro. Rev. C. C. Turner of weekend. Sealed propomla' f>r"the eon.Atruotlon Scaled. l bids will be received by of U.OO ,In .
: have it's regular business lineal feet of an. the Board of Public Instruction for which d0ponlt ] K "'
will of 21190 will
Womens Missionary Union, I The "Happy Heart's" kinder Roanoke performed the double Mr. J. :M. Browning Mrs. Mae teary .ew rs,. two sewage lift iita.tlon the County of Bradford.. Sta.ofFlorida .n ubmiHsion of a*bo"fart.(
meeting and program at the beneath archway and Mrs. 991) lineal feet of sewage at the office of the Superintendent and return of ni I
ring an Ernest Wells and
10 In : ceremony Wells, traet I>llno
Circle One, met Tuesday afternoon 'garten will reopen Sept. ; force malna will be received by the of Public Instruction In document. in lIIOt
Church next Monday afternoon, of the BHS Recreational of greenery with palms, ferns Joyce Futch were shopping In City Council of Starke until 4 Starke. Florida, up to 10 o'clockA. within ten days after c"
July 6, at the home of Mrs. the right wing 1948 and then M. E8T. July Slit 1 4 at which I for the open In. hw"" *
July 19 at 3:30: o'clock. Enrollment of the and standard of white gladioli. Gainesville last Saturday. J P. M.. on August IT. auf bide received dltlonal of
and place sets
building. time'
I F. F. Flume with thirteen members will promptly at 9:0i A background of candles which Mr. J. P. Wyrick entertainedthe 1 publicly In the opened City at Hall.a meeting' beheld will be publicly opened and read ''po.... will lb. requete4for I
pupils aanlcost
all labor and furnished ,
aloud for "
WMU Notice present.Mrs. I on that day for children burned In seven-inch candelabra 'Junior B. T. U. at her home Each proposal must be accompanied material and conatructlnsrATHLETIC of duplication
1 L. G. Powell presided over whose p.m. ages are' near four years were lighted by John David Snod-- last Thursday evening. After amount by of a 11,00000 certified check drawn In on the a FIELD HOUSE. BRAD. funcl. buttWith

I, ;' The regular business and program the business session. Mrs. R. A. and eight months.' These children grass, brother of the bride. playing games.'Mrs. Wyrick served Florida Bank and made payableto FORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL. Satisfactory Blddere'. (111.IItI'.lool( me

.. meeting of the Womens Thomas led the devotional reading will receive their pre-school train Nuptial music was presented by her young guest refreshmentsconsisting must City be of enclosed Htarke.In Each a sealed proposal envelope Each bid must be accompaniedby Instruction for the the COunt Board,01
Missionary Union will be held and discussed the citation !fl Mrs Alvis Wales, organist, who of cake and punch. marked PROPO8A1. FOR certified check' or,'bid bond In ford, State of Flo tda. 01
f ( Tuesday July 20th at the Baptist Matthew 18: 23-33. ing. played a theme from Tschals- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Edwards and CONSTRUCTION. OF SEWERS". the amount of LIve' per cent of the forrht"h Board of PUhllo !111"
and propo".1fnrm"
There will also be a nursery Plans. epeclf leal lone bane bid aa aruarantee that the bidder County or '
};: Church. Circle Two will behostess Mrs. Powell and Mra. Louise kowsky'a Fifth Symphony, ''and son Jimmy returned to their homeIn may be obtained from Carl If warded the Contract, will. of Florida, reierv.s Ih.' ,
? to the group. Tenly gave an Interesting discus. school for children whose ages M>s. Donald C. Parker of Union Atlanta last Saturday. The John City Clerk of Starke, at the' within ten consecutive calendar daysafter to waive reject InformalitiM"n '".'!'1,,
?!1\I are three and four years old. Due I / City Hall. written notice being' given any and III bl,.
i '\ b -_ -- -. -- to the lack of adequate space for 'Springs, aoloUt, rendered "I Love Edwards have been spending their The City Council reserves the of such ward, enter Into a written Board of PUbllo ten,*
I ,Thee" vacation visiting Mr. and Mrs right to reject anY or all bide. contract with the Board of Public for the "
f,1 HI Men's Clothing these. classes, there will ,be a by Grieg. City of Starke instruction of the County of County 01 B
t' RIB number of children Miss Ousta Snodgraas, wearing Will Edwards. I StarkeFlorida 'Bradford State of Florida, In accordance __ State of Florida|
STORE limited en
1m ALVAREZ' Establlshei! 1894. U blue Mrs J. E. Warren had as her ,By Carl John, with the accepted bid. and By Arthur p'y
rolled. marquisette and lace attendedher 7-15 2t 7-83 City Clerk Hive a contract surety bond aatls- zee at 7-30
week her mother Mri
.. gueats-last i atr.4
--- -- --- slater aa maid of honor. She
IK A. E. Bozard, Miss Alene Bozard VtJJ<
carried an arm bouquet of pink I. "
t Suttle Feted .
Kate -
and Mr. and Mrs.. Edgar Bozard
asters and gardenias. Miss Miriam
Cater Your Best Friend and three children Lois Patricia,
; We To On 6th AnniversaryLittle Walker of Evergreen Ala., attiredin ,
\ and Judle, all of St. Matthews n +'
y tfJ ,
pink net and Mrs. William Da- K
THEiii Frankie Kate Suttle celebrated via of Nashville, Tenn., wearing North Carolina: While here Mrs. stvfp"F? ,, t 1 1
!, J'I her sixth birthday anni- Warren and her guests visited
,Lii 1 yellow marquisette, assisted aa ;
:II I versary Friday afternoon when bridesmaids. Their arm bouquets St. Augustine and Silver Springs.
her mother Mrs. J. F. Suttle, were purple asters and wore Mrs. J. M. Browning entertained
# j entertained several friends at a matching halos of marquisetteand the Senior B. T. U. with a water. +
i I party at the Methodist Recreation net.' mellon cutting last Friday even-

DOG Center. Ing at her home.S. .
William EnOl ;Hayes of Starke Creamy + Smooth AR
: f J. Futch is visiting his aol uqR
,;. Interesting games were playedon served Mr. Thomas a* best man Tart Sweet
Z. In this week.
A. Futch
the Church lawn and favor and Quincy }
ushers were Rev William I .FaN a 1Pt. Jar
; Mrs. Horace Norman of Miami
: of bags of candy were given to Davis of Nashville, Norman Ward 1'' F SSe1h
Jl the weekend of her ,
was guest
i' the little guests.Mr. of Plttsburg, Penn., Rev. Albert > r 74crL.
brother and sister-in-law Mr. and ,
.. Suttle ;was assisted In Griffith and Billy McCutchen of '
rlt: WE HAVE MANY ITEMS TO serving the delicious refreshmnets Scottaboro. Mrs. O. J. Phillips.

lift" 1.1 KEEP: YOUR DOG IN FIT by Mica Kate Struth and Mrs. The bride, given in Mrs. Catherine Tear and Mrs.
marriage O. W. Roberta were attending to '

::{ J CONDITION Hazen. .- ,..- ___ by her father, was attired In a business in Gainesville last Friday rN" +JPIeR

I 'I < gown of white marquisette with The Lawtey Home DemonstrationClub vRYr iAe
\\1\ A Complete Line, of Sargecmta Dog Remedies Playground Activity lace Insertions,' featuring long met at the school house las ??, ;
Monday afternoon.
\(0'' "I A Complete Line of, Glovers Dog Remedies Schedule Announced full sleeves and .close fitting .bo- I Mr. and Mrs. Lyon B. Crosby
Ice with a full skirt ending In a and
son Larry, of
f.l Following la the tentative schedule Greensboro,
short train. Her fingertip veil 'o f I\ftas., Dorothy Crosby of Tallahassee -
for the
: PULVEX Flea Powder, Worm Capsule Etc. summer playground and Kenneth Mott of Brooker .
activities as announced by Miss Illusion fell; front a coronet o f /
? were the guests of Mr. and Mrs
LRr\ J Lou Beyera: lace and orange blossoms. Shcarried JI
i') DOFZOFF 60c A Bottle I L. H. Futch last Thursday nice
Junior Girls Softball Mon., Easter lilies, showered< Edward .
Wainwright of Seattle .., I g r
Wed., Fri., 3:00-4:00: : p.m.
4NO with stephanotis Washington was the guest of his
.f DICE At $1.00 A Bottle ANN PAGE CHC.COL4TE
Tennis Beginner's Classes Mra. Snodgrass ,chose for' tie parents Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright -
I I Mon., Wed., Frl.,'4:00: 5:00: p.m. daughter's wedding a gown ot during the week. Ice Cream Dessert 5c Ea

,' :; RED FEATHER Dog Shampoo Anyone Interested 'In taking green marquisette and an orchid Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bullard

,. 1' part Is requested to contact: Miss corsage Mra. Thomas, Sr. wore and family have recently moved I TEN BELOW
,n BEE BRAND Dog: Shampoo Beyera at the USO. after 4:00: a blue, _crepe .gown'wi th a corsage to Lawtey. Mr. Bullard is connected ode .

r p.m. on Mon., Wed., &: Frt. and oi gardenias.A with the Canal Timber Ice Cream Mix 35c |j
t" 5:00: pm. on Tues. and Thurs. Co. We welcome these people to
SUNDAY SHOWERS, The Quick Dog Cleaner, $1.00 reception was held Immed- Iog.JARS
Another team Is our town. 215
needed to com- .
.:Ir}i plete the Women's Softball (lately following the ceremony on Our Own Tea tt Ib. 49c
the lawn of ,
the home of the
L. F. T. Tick '
Powder 'I
;League, with games to be scheduled bride's parents MINI Jean Mc- County"o Hear

\ : each Monday night. Cutchen kept the bride's book Bennett Next Week I S < Van. Wafers 1 lb.
25 28c
l Liquid Tennis classes for beginners are Mrs. Rudolph Jones cut the wedding ,

\\ I scheduled, but all tennis playersare cake and was assisted In Charles E. Bennett, Democratic
serving by the Misses Louise Kirby nominee for Congress from the
requested to register for
Glover' practice :
1 lb. Premium Crax 1 lb. 23c
; In view of Bettye Benson, Martha Alice Second Congressional District, ,
'" tournament gamesto Powell, Mrs. Robert Bridges and will complete a speaking tour Sultana
't'! be held the latter.part of the Red Beans lOc
Mrs. Charles Bailey of Gadsdell.I neat week with speeches sched- ANN PAGE SPARKLE
summer. Miss Beyers also" state. I lled for Brooker' ,
After Hampton,
11 Keystone -
Q KOCH DRUG STORE spending sometime with '
; : she will be' glad to arrange adult their guests, the young coupleleft Heights, Melrose, and Wal-

;;(1: STARKE, FLA. beginner'tennis classes to be held for a short wedding trip. I II do,on Thursday, July 22. PINT JAR Gelatine Desserts

.\\i,' .. .... ..... .. .... ,-" ,,.... "" after 5:00: p.m. The bride traveled in a I green tour Bennett, and Is on a "thank you" xI
I I gabardine suit, complimented with I when completed the I Assorted Flavors

.: brown accessories and "wore it Democratic nominee will have per. I
.." < "j.> corsage of gardenias. flonally the; over expressed a hundred his communities thanks In 49c. 3 ,PKGS. 20c

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Thomas,, ha
I during his
Sr. and con Delano of Starke and campaign. t
Mrs. C. C. Turner of Roanoke 2 No. 2 Cans

were among the out of town Miss Moore At MeetMiss .Iooa Cut Grn. '
Beans 27c =
r guests present at the weddingand Rosa Moore, president of a

reception. Bradford County Unit of Home
fl THE Many parties had been ,given Demonstration Council Is attending 2 16 Ox.CANS '
For the young couple previous to the State Home Demonstration .1,
'tr11i the wedding Including a luncheonat Council meeting at Hotel

the Jessica Hotel on Wednesday Thomas, Gainesville. Miss Moore *: FRESH FRUITSVEGETABLES & [
and the rehparsal'aupper at III representing the Bradford 25 t

the Hotel Scottsboro on Tuesday, County Clubs at this meeting

ROBERTS GRILL"We July 8.'The. which Is In session from July 13 1

y'P.. bride l was educatedat to 17. ,.. ,
Jackson High School and HuntIngton "
K. a. Duncan and son Kasper, PURE Cuban 25C :
College where she majored LARD, 3 lb. ctn. 80c Avocados. 2 for -
I Gilbert Brown and W. T. Naz- ,

Serve To Serve AgnltC teacher In i music.In She Mayo has, Fla.been High a School music worth spent the weekend fishing California Seedless Grapes I,

Y for the past term. She Is a gifted at Cedar Keys. I NUTLEY OLEO, lb. 39c 29c lb. :

musician, and one of the most
';' Georgia Alberta Peaches :
/ popular of ScotUboro
I young people -
': WILL OPENTUES.DAY Mr_ Thomas, Jr. attended SCOTT TOWELS, 150s 15c 2 Ibs. 29e :

Emory Junior College, Oxford, .BacTAAKE California Plums lb. 23c
j Ga. and graduated from the UnIversity n-: :

; 1 1r of Florida Law School. LINIT STARCH 14c California Long White potatoes :

JULY 20 < He Is beginning law practice in 5 Ibs. 29c __!I
t. Starke where the Sun. i
young coupleare Mon., July lg19LOUISIANA
w t making their home. BOOK MATCHES, 50s 2.29c Texas Carrots 2 Ige. Bunches I

.' Job Hunting Vets
North Carolina Cantalopes
y .... Asked To Contact Gov.' Jimmy Davis, MargaretLlndiwy Kilsum Insecticide, Pt. 25c Jumbos 21c \,


tYi All veterans in the Interested American In Leg.participating Tue.. ,Jjily, 20:,Only Swift's Shortening, 3 Ibs. 1.15 SUPER RITE I

on's Job placement program MEET
y which Is to place the veterans In QUALITY MEATS '
jobs' they desire, were asked to BISQUICK Ibs. 8 oz. 45c
FEATURING! REGULAR DINNERS contact Lucian Conner next week JOHN DOE

to: ]list their Job preferences and Pork''' 45c
Chops lb. t
abilities. Mr. Conner, Chamber of Edward Arnold, Walter Armour Vienna Sausages 18c :
+ STEAKS, SEA FOODS Commerce executive'secretary, Brennaui 39c /
whose office Is located on the ALSO SHORT A: NKXVS Pork Liver lb. .... I II

Courthouse grounds, la handling .. I
AND the application In the absenceof Wed.. Thtus.. July 81 .tQ: 82 Ivory Soap, lg. 2,for 33c Smoked Bacon lb. 39c :
other Legion members who ,
l are participating In the National DOUBLE FEATURE Smoked Picnic, Ib. 49c :

GOLDEN SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN Guard encampment. RED Ivory Soap Personal, 2 for 13c :

{t Veteran are asked who to Intend be prepared'to register to- HOUSE Spare Ribs ,lb. 49c_ ':

JIlt their vocational abilities ser Edward 0.. Robinson. Lon
,vice training, and Job preferences. McCalllstrrAND Camay Soap, reg. bar 9C Fresh Mullet lb.25c :

OPEN FROM' 6 A. M. 9 P. M. I wanting This registration Jobs Is merely of the veterans pre- RENEGADE GIRL I Ocean Bream, lb. 15c :

UNTIL I iralnary of a larger program. in Lava Soap, lg. bar 13c' :
I I which the Legion' win act as a Aiasi Curtis, Ana. 8avaae I 50 lb.
contact between the veterans ALSO NEWS
I the employers In Bradford and I Ivory Flakes, lg. '33c Cans Lard !

: Modern Clean Excellent FoodsSIRS. surrounding counties. The veteran FrL. Sat. July *3. 34 $12.50 II
: were warned this week by DOUBLE FEATURE I ;; : .... WhileThey Last :
Pat Commander Mike Gilhooly u

d JANIE AVERY, Manager be that expected Immediate' but action that the could Legion not FRENCH LEAVE IONA FLOUR A & P' STORE

would meet with the employers toecure I FOOD
their aid In the hiring of Jackie Cooper, Jackie C of- 25 Ib. Bag Plain or
''. veteran I Self-Rising
1 't' The
has called meeting
of all employers July 27, at 1.63 &: PACIFIC TEA CO.
8 i p m., in the American Legion Gilbert ........ Anccte Graea 300-302
Hall on West Call Street to discuss ALSO NEWS SERIAL - ST. ARKS,
: the plan. .- -
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:::::::: "';h"vr npS:1afj! :;.:;,"LT,.':' 7' .I" BRADFORD COUNTY .

-- Mr. and Mra: Gus. Beasley and !\fr. and Mrll. John Orl.tenson''" \Jrll. C. J. Harris and daughter Little Patty Johnson of Rome. Miss Virginia Sewell the I'I'!,' .IR11IT PLOtIInAN
son Earl 01 Bay Town Texas, Is visited spent C01rNTY. f IN ('HAS-
J\rs. Christenson' sister Betty Lou and /eon Jerry of Washington Ga., I. her
of LOCAL NEWS visiting grandmother. early part ot the week visiting ERY.
ITS spending two weeks at the Bea,. Mra. Ella Moody In Jack'JOnvl1leover' !' D. c.. are house guests of Mrs Laura MG8eley. this month her uncle and aunt Mr and Mr. Henry Mall.tt Plaintiff v. Sarah

----- Icy cottage on Kingsley Lake the weekend Mr and Mrs R. A. Green. Mrs W. n. Perkins returned J. D. Cottrell In Leesburg. Mallet ANA Defendant.NOTOs' tTl'r'APPEAR' 69I.

Mra Mrs. Ethel Biggs and daughter John Cole and Ira Brooker of !\Ira. 1\ B. Track who has been home Wednesday. of last week TO
Branningof W. J. Epperson. Jr Dottie Margaret Rose Duncan spent a STATE or FLORIDA tor Sar.b1IIaU.t.
Ire. Howard and Sue and Patsy Clag Lake City were Sunuday guests Visiting her mother Mrs. \V. H. from Riverside Hospital where whose reaidence and ad- I
J ) JsckllonvUJe' grandt daughter Sally Ann and Mrs were In St. Augustine vision of Patrolman and Mra. Hal Gillen.Mrs. Perkins has returned to her home she underwent an operation reo few days this week vllllting her. dr... 1.1 150 Weal SHh "'tltr.et
Glen Duke and Col. cousin Sue Duncan In Gaines.vtlte. 1'I.w York City; N. Y.
their daughters Gall i and Mrs Owen Griffin. Mrs In .
kend with Grady underwent an Gently her friends will be glad to You are requlr.d to appear> on
W. T. Thompkins.Ion. and Terry Dea of Gainesville are I'mgR'S returned Sunday evening operation at St. Vlncents hospital Mr. and 1\lrs. W. n. Thomson, know !she! la convalescing very Au.u 18. 1141. In the .bov. named
)//1'1. Tompkins apendlng this week at Spring and Dottie Sue and Mrs. T. n. McNetll returned Court and cause, wherein plaintiff 181i
L Patsy returnee In Jacksonville .
101 r on Tuesday.Mr Jr. and family of Monticello are nicely. a.etiC dl..ore.. Bradford County
Mac Lake. to Starke Saturday from a two weeks vtslt
Itra. Order'In
II her guest I 'on Tuesday. and Mrs David Hamrick 01 visiting the Fred F. Stumps this Bill Burton 01 Mlamt was the :. tPr..u.rh weekly publish issu.thus..
With her sister In New Smyrna
at Dallas Texas.Dolma Mias Frances Pierce of Pompano Nylon 11 0 s e. all sizes at Gainesville are dinner guests ofMr welk. weekend guest of :r.lrs.Iae! Ed- Beach.I. Wltn.... mF; band and official I I't

Green spent the Beach Is thl\!\ guest of Mr and I STUMP'S. and Mrs. Leonard F. Smith Emory S. Martin FIeld Director wards p.nd Miss Elaine Edwards.J seal. at Btarke Florida, this July .
Emma Mra. B.' T. Thomas and family Harry Quick M: Gaines and O. r.. Haynes, 10. Ut8.
with )Irr. who Is attending Jr.. this evening. from the State Comptroller'. office D. Doyle and Jimmy Cameron 3. Tlaomaa.A. RI
this week. hie Jr.. visited Mr. and<< Mrs. R. M. Clerk ofassa d Court t
third A.
SL Augustine. year at Benjamin) Frankelie. Ronald Andrews has returned i In Tallahassee. was In Starke spent Sunday afternoon In pale I '
Griffin at Indian Rock Beach over Haven. Crosby D. C. :
College at Washington D. C. home after a two weeks vlllit With on business MOnday. atka. T. Frank Landrum. Starke Pla.Atty z I'I

I Iiritualist Is arriving here this weekend for his brother-In-law and sister Mr. Mr. and ),Ir.. Randall Chillm Mr and Mrs. Don Page were the weekend for Fit. 1-le 41 5ayou'll ,- to.I
P. ROWELL s two weeks visit with and Mrs. E. weekend guests of Mr and Mrs. Mrs. T. N. Kendrick visited
s. file parent.a. J. Nix, Jr.. In Hattls and daughter, Randine returned .I
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Quick. burg Was. yesterday from a week' vIsit Albert Yates In Tallahassee with Mr and Mr.. Sanford RitchIn

Medium Healer Mr and Mrs. Donald Champion Mr. and Mr. 1. S. Hutto and ,With Mrs. Chlsm'a parents Mr Special t Rack 'roadies' Gainesville from Saturday until .

; of Fort Collins Colo arrived In family had as their guests Thursday -'and Mrs. Gebecker In Jersey City, Dresses $2.91at\ STUl\U-'S. Tuesday Mr. Kendrlck'a h I
confine hlmeelf to this work alone, but III also Starke last Mrs. O. T. McClure Steve and
art week where they intend of last week Mr and Mrs. N. J. 1 daughter Mrs. Tolbert Black and ,j:
w'aternaelona, and III exhibiting a Stone to Carolyn Broadway visiting
make are
tlog with I their home. Mrs Eo R. Smith 01 S. C.. .
: Orange burg. Beautiful line of dress fabrics lIOn 01 Lakeside arrived here Wednesday .
and ham Champion relatives In Tampa St. Peten-
.M-pound. acme Will
JllIOD that weighs coming reopen the Lady and Mr and Mrs John Syth and Q ,
talD Fair at STUMP'S.Mrs burg. and Dade City for three / to spendia, few daya.
p01 weigh: mOre. D-? ii. expecting to put In a nice Beauty Shop about August son Bill of Jacksonville I
lit and Mr. and Mr. H. A. Bishop Jr.. weeks Mrs. K. G. ,t.
I Champion will"continue Duncan Mr. W. B.
I j'I'
ted his Mias Lily Starling who has been have returned from' a ten days Mrs. Edwin Marshall and herdaughter trip '
studies In Sewell and t to k "this
.Keen.Rt. Forestry at daughter Virginia. e .
2. Box 48.C/Starke. Fla. the University of Florida the guest of Miss Madge Brown- I visit with Mrs. Blahop's! parents, Delorea 01 Anthony
I fall. In the I lee the past week returned to her Mr. and Mrs. J. A. WaC'C' In St. were visiting friends here on Sat- spent the,weekend at Frost Proof. I

Highway 200 3 Miles\ North Starke. See the new electric broom at home in Montreat on Thurllday.Mr. ,Petersburg. urday. Jim Seweil returned to Starke EVERY YEAR 'fi

'Farm lIome 81 Auto 8upply.sS9. and Mra. B. T. Thomas ate I MIIIII' June Patel spent Sunday Mrs and Mrs. L. B. Crosby: 0'I with Mr. Duncan and Mrs. Se.

Mrs. Lois Mayes of Titusville tended the Shrine Convention at in St. Augustine with her brother-I Greensboro 'were weekend gueat. I well. S You COlt IIIIIIve your suerk % t "#

spent several Sanford on Wednesday. In-law and sister Mr atd Mrs of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Crosby. "acatlon tints and .
days last week with me ''It
IN> ..., i'
Mr and Mrs. Jesse Newsome : 'IHe''I.' RT. NNDFOxx ,
Miss .tarlon '
Merton Galloway. Brown and 1\11111
Mr and .Mrs. Fred Sell.y I ( OI'I'ITY' .OR..AI 111: (.....'11I_ again If you take 0 Moyl.ca..ra' h t'Ii :
COULD BE YOU! Mr. and Mrll. Harry Lappe and have as theIr guests, Mrs Al Friends of the W. R. Morse fam.lIy Joan Carpenter attended the Lid CENT.Ocala d 9fiA ytMfll"ord. t
daughter, Brotherton of Lewiston Idaho, post cards from Gamma Delta dance In Gainesville P1. Peel. Plaintiff v.. Martha' .
are receiving All
Beverly for
Alice Mrll. reel .r..nd.nt. ('aea Nn. 1IT0l: gout hip po.terity.
Lyle Anderson and J\lrs. Robert and MI' and Mrs. G. n. McCallof them mailed /In Colorado. The, Saturday niKIIt.Mr. ORDER e\p''' PUIILIC'ATIO-f' : the "alural beauties of the .: t
Lapps and Deerfleld Beach Fla.Mr. Mone" making a tour of the and Mrs A. B. Ct>lIon and ANO lihTF TO APto ,Martha
Jurors Award $8:950In August Lappe returned STATIC UR 1 : 4t country shot you see, can t't
Sunday from a two Ind Mrs H. 1. BrownJee western states and are enjoying daughter Betty Jean of Galnell- 'Peel. whose teat known residence
\ weeks trip lti be for to come
I.V. years
Auto Death''' Case to St. Louis and Breeze III. and and daughter, Madge Jim Stith, the eights of the Grand Canyon, yule were' Sunday guests of Mr 'I u..r.la. 64th Stre.t Kavwnah in usn own home. t

Washington and Indianapolis, Ind Lily Starling and June Caldwell Plke's Peak and other wonders and Mrll. F. C. Hollingsworth. You are required to appear" onI 4 t your l'' I'r
Tallahassee July 9, (CAP) The Mrs. G. E. Griffis'and Mills went to St. Augustine Beach last of nature.G. Mrll. M. R. Judd and children Inemed I ('curt 15th' and' S'a; ":..e.lh.wheraln"shove. iiil w fiery}I/r. i

widow' of Sam Coleman former Minnie Lee English are vtllltlnlr Friday. Kirk Lewlll of Apopka spent spent last week' visiting Mr and plaintiff: : : aeeka;' divorce I )}adfnr4:' Ia.f.Or.ttla" '

Florida A. and M., College for Ne- Mrs Vernon E. Sapp of Fort Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrews I several days of his vacation here Mrs. T. E. Herndon In Valdosta, t'onnty In Telegraph neat four shall weekly pipbllah I lasues thisOrder r, 1. I i

froes alumni preetdent today was Pierce. Mrs Sapp was formerly are In Georgia on business thbl thls week with his brother anti Georcla. witness. my hRnt and otfh'IRI HOLLYWOODCamera } e f
seal Ht Florida, t t'f
Ht..rk. thlll July
awarded 35,050 damages for his Miss Esther Grtftls of Starke. week. sister-In-law Mr. and Mrs. James Special I Rack I.adles' 14. 104*. & Gift "
death In an automobile accident fmnJjcity PaC Poll-Parrott shoes for chil- A. Lewill. Dressers $3.95 at STU\.S.: (OFFICIAL REAL! ) A. 3. Thomas. Shop I I
terns ("I..rk Court.
at A. of said
here several months ago. STUl\IP'S. dren at STU1\11)'S. See the new electric broom at Miss June Patel) I" visiting n" Haven ('r".hy, n. ('. Starke Fla. .1, t
Mrs. H. E. Tucker accompanied friends and relatives In Chipley 2ach II. Unu.la. 1:1: W. Ashley St. ,
Tallahassee mall Mr
Coleman a carrier and Mrs. 1
R. Moore and Farm home R Auto SupplySSIMO Jsckaonvllls, P'la.Atty. .
died after'' he, was struck bya Sons 'Charles Larry and James by her daughter Bobby Cameron, Mrs. W. P. Randall and eon and Marianna .. for Plf. 1.18 4t I.' .. ",'" 4 '. 4 .... t:

car owned .by Ethyl"H-lIoway" David of Lake Wales are spend. are In Rochester Minn.. where Bill 01 Tampa spent several .:f' ri
Mrll. Tucker I. under observation
and driven by John' Leonard a Ing this week with Mr. Moore'," days last week at Klngllley Lake W i
at the Bros. Clinic.
Florida State University' student. mother Mrs. David Moore. with Mr and Mrs. W. H. Graham 1
Earl B. Searing returned to his '
Mn. Y. A. Harris of Galnea.vllle During this time Bill took part 'Ii III I I., ,
work with the State Road Department \
visited her aon-In-Iaw In football tryouts at the University -
Monday after being at .
Branch ofINSURANCE daughter Mr and Mra of Florida.
N. A.
ry' home for two weeks with a alight
Green at their summer home Mr. W. n. NewllOm ( I II
on concussion cused by a crane lever Mr ER'S 1 I I II

day.lngsley Lake Monday and Tues- failing on' him. are visiting relative In St. Peters- t I .! I I Il I

Miss Elma Lee Hickey, spent burg. Upon their return to Starke '
See the new electric. broom at the weekend with Mr and Mrs. they will leave shortly! for a va- l II I

Farm Home dl Auto Supply'S9. George McCaffrey In Green Cove cation trip of several weeks to ;f.:<
,Randy Johns has returned to California and other western 1 1 i

H. C. WALL AGENCY the home of his parents Mr and Springs See the new electric broom at I states.Mrs.. Ill t
Mrs S. R. I j I ,
Johns after spending Farm Home Auto SuppIy.$39JZOMr Sally Tison III making an f

PLEASE PHONE U6 his a few uncle days and In Augusta, Ga.. .with I and Mrs. K. T. Murphy of Indefinite stay In South Gate Cal. SUPER STORES i I'': I
Mr. I I IiF
aunt and
Chicago III. are the guests 'ofMr. with her brother-In.law and sister;
C, N.
Constant Service Over 50 Years Christy. I and Mrs. A. O. Andreu and Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Norton. \ I

daughter, Mrs .Miriam Klckllter and'' Mr. A.W. Higgins for two weeks Chris A. Carratt C. W. Col:9t1D: 113 E. Call St. STARKE We Deliver 1 f I

Dorothy Claire spent Mr. T. N. Kendrick III visiting and J. F.. Denmark are attending I !
E.'aturday In .
Jacksonville.Mr .
his daughter In Ooldaborou&h.N. the summer session at Stetson
and Mrs C. A. Futch spent ,. .
Thursday and Friday of last week q. this week. University. PRICES GOOD ALL WEEK Quantity Rights Reserved ''

LASSIFIED In Tallahassee visiting Mr and I I
Mrs. Merrill Futch and family. ,i.
Their grandson Charles Futch returned -
ALE: Inn Plymouthdon r FOR SALE: Greyhound bus bndles to Starke with them for a BO'WLI I
I new th'eu. and newt y 10'x7'8". Ideal for fishing camps,
few ,
1350. Inquire KeYBtoneK.yOlone cabin.' etc. Alumnlnum frame days visit Flour Golden 251bs. $i.69 I
Helghl phone 4 sliding window.; outside all/ "STAR BRAND" dress and : I

lipL2 station me..t. Can Keystone ba seen Heights.at Or"yhound Robt work shoes for men at I H"EALTHANNOUNCING [1'lal or f ItiKing ; ;

Modern 2-pleca living C. Jackson, Greyhound agent.: STUMP'S.Mrsa "
lullo and .. .oplntt. plano Box J2, Keystone Heights. Fla ; Dorothy former 'I l 'f
new, willi' tulr kyboal'd.rt J 2t-It: mans t'tl'
Keystone Inn. Keystone tiger of a local jewelry store la rlrl I
No.2 Can Whole Wheat
II phone .. Up FOR SALE: 2 lake home... furnish.ed now employed as a stenographer REOPENING OF Georgia Red White or I
; electric refrigerator'I Inner. I
rown and white male polntmery.tel spring bed: nicely, furnished: 4- at Humphrey Gold Corp., on Treat tl
Lake last Thurs.rinder room house with sleeping porch: Road. TOMATOES lOc BREAD lOc I'
tall collect to J....k.I. a-room house with sleeping por..h. STARKE BOWLING ALLEY .
-Mrs. Thomas J\Jerllereau I I Ii
I., number 22140. lipy On :\Jldl..ke., 1% miles thin side Mrs. J.C .
of Keystone Heights. Priced to Sapp and Mr. Herbert Deal are

a'ANTEI): Phy.lclan'. 612 suit W.f.o1l1lOn.you.: /See W.Starke 1. Andrews Itp In Daytona Beach this week AND CAFE i( If'I

ant P.and O. Box technician.628, Starke.Eaper-.. where Mrll. Sapp and Mr. Deal) at. IN OUR MARKET FRUITS & VEGETABLES ':
4t tee FOR SALE AT BARGAIN-coal : 2 kern.Sen. tended the State ,meeting for 'I
range. ,
9E\T FUR RET=/ : Nice 1avartment 3ar(7 r'f.to..l two doors from Farmers Home Admlnilltration. FREE INSTRUCTION FOR LADIES
wit I h private railroad track on Call 1St. tf Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Simmons j I Ii
electric refrigerator gas TIIURSDAYS AT 3 P. II!.
hot and rold w.t.r. Reaaa FOR SALE: 2 Ju'IM facing Orange. Ire spending this week In South Center Cut Best rade California Seedless
III S. Cherry St., UptrrnF.SSES Rt. 8400 ."ch, Errol Alvares Florida. I'

10:1 Lafayette $t.. Stark. lip Word was received on Tuesday BOWLING ART l\fANASRA i li

OF ALL KINDS J.'OR Auotln.housesn SALE. ', : Reno:2 I iota-with Mamie Hp 4 goods Dell 7.2 I from from Dr Hartaford and Mrs.Conn H.. H.that Adams they CAFE -JESSIE DRYDEN White Bacon, Ibe 33c GRAPES, lb. ;, 27 r

RENOVATED were leaving for Canada on that I f
FOR RENT: Attractive modern date CAFE OPEN. AT 11 A. M. l1 I
furnished and unfurnished. .pllrt. and expect to start for home
Cured Carolina White
Smoked Sugar
mantel also separate 3-room.and- today.
bath house: shady yard.. close In BOWLING ALLEY OPEN AT 3 P. M.
He..onabl.. 201 W. 1oladlaon.! tf See the Dew ek'l'trlc broom at ,
Farm Home & Auto Supply.'S9 BACON lb. 45c POTATOES IOllbSe 45c t
Sit WANTED: We will pay you 7c u
a pound for old cotton ralr" We -- - - - ,
prefer them clean and button.... i i
No "anta Bradford County Tel... iI
I Sliced Green Top Hunch I
Ford Tudor Sedan a. r
AND REFINISHED part payment or will trade even LOOK! LOOK! LOOK!
for a 1948 Ford Tudor 8..d"n.
Drip t.s
A Card Would consider r..ntln. Contact Breakfast Bacon Ihe 49c CARROTS 81/zca I
TlXGUTTRE8S: Co. Mrs Joyc. T. Futch, Lawtey Fla.ltp. f. ,:1
t Z30
Palatka. JI1a.
FOR SALE: 2 horse wagon. and TRY A : l
corneheller, both In good condition. S-OF-A B-E.D-S Skinless Cuban
FOR SALE Price IIO caBh. Beaaie F J r rN
Terry Lawtey Fla, lip Assorted Tapestry Covers I BETTY CROCKER I 1

'EIV I.BF.DROOM re.l .nc.. FOR SALE: on account of III health FRANKS lb. 35c AVOCADOS 7c ,
limits or ea. iii!
Starke lust comil1'p my country home 0" mall and k kr
\ andr Concrete h. school route. Electricity Installed.lnciudea N IRON t i t.
Block my Job with a UOO awe..k ;J Jr
ORi prlc.lai2t I Income uno a week attainable rf
) hilif ). Near good rll.hlnl
2'.1 Write for .ppolntment. Considerable Meaty 2 Stalks \
f1in4, Concrete 01. cash neceea..ry. Box 431.H. I Strong Spring Construction!> I ,

\ Hnu.. Pie,..Plpe Mortar Mix. Starke: Fla. lip 'gl" Iteg Value lb.ISc CELERY I Ji'. I
Window truck I WANTED: Cottage on Klnl'.ley Neck Bones 2'stalks 19c .
hul1nl' Fill dirt for lake for two or three weeks durInR '79.50 1
LOTS month or Auguet. pr..r..rably l ll"
on In city limits ofno with b.th. Write W E. Wilcox. ...iid
hlllh ground UOO up. -- Marked For This Special
':0 P. O. Box 760, Ft. Lauderdale
,.1., type per of mo.building con- FIe. ,SIP 7.23 2 .
PURE LARD Can 6.19a
.11'11: FOR SALE: Collapsible baby carriage / 11.95lother'8
BAND: 1 1.96 Galvanized Pipe. youth'. bed chlld'a dek.All $59.50
rd lead' per yard In In good oonol I tlon. Call at
r42 01 .Wheel drive dump 310 W. Madison tit. UP ..

'ORO slit 10 ton wlncb. FOR SALE: 5-room house with den
F.'GI'IiEERI"O CO. bath kitchen on desirable lo'a. MAKES INTO A DOUBLE BED 5 lb. l"kg. Satisfaction! 1 lb.
Pbao P4 lion In Htark. good oondltlon. I
,Writ. box 665..8tark.. lipFORSALE

d, Certlfl..IU1 MADE' tlnn to or order Licen.es moulding: PhotoIt .to to- model- phonograph:Upright' -piano 2.wh..1. cabinet trailer BABY CRIBS Meal orGrits 39c COFFEE r 39c. J

.from .
Alt work .ranteed. and 2 and I-burner oil stoves.Mr.
1TWOOD CAMERA t. 'OIr. .. W. A. Colley. lip .... T.. ... -.,wi..v..r.- .w..r,...... ..- l' ., ... t .e.1 e.11

I BABY SITTING: Real ,reaeonable. MAPLE 01: IVORY -
ELL day or nlarht. Inquire al Everette Peek No. 2 Can aJnetoi 4 "25IbH.. ; JOrange
YOUR TIMBER Or..n'a residence :2 blocks W. Kiln-Dried hardwood Construction

est Cash NOW Prices Paid_ 'of'ford Bus Road.Station on curve. of Rai-lip. SO" Shle ]J 34" Long x 4Z" High Juice .3 for 2Oc DOG MEAL '= 2.69Hermitage "

HO\IE: LAUNDRY: Wa"hlnw A Ironing Steel Springs With Toe Kick ,
ILL RtiY done r..onably. At alas
s 'h.m. I..undry" a Mocka weal _
BULK. Drop Full Six Year Old Size.
UR Vnlon Hips station at curve
IX UNIT I. R.lford Ruad. ZIp 1.23 2f) pl" JOf JbM. 100 Ibs. 'f I

EQWIX FOR KALE; lee refrigerator. heavy. ..
W. PECK toll .prlna.. breakfast mom $29.50 ii ,
GainelS\'lIIe.P. O. Rn 463 I .et IS'.. 'roll-" tractor....,. b.lt.bed with IL F.mattress Demo.. Dairy Feed 4.45 Laying Mash 5.38. : / II

Fla. Starke. atp 1.21 '
I re.t. Maple Gate Leg .... ...,.. "roT' .. .. .... .. .. I'f f a aJi

"Rte' a POStcard'and J IA"ARTJoIENT rOR,.. RENT:rm.Private. clue.In This Store Drop Leaf Table
will I ""t''". gas at. large R. F. Demo- Trade at 100 IbM. Big Chief 100 Ibs.
come reasonable r..nt. ,
see you. .. I $12.50
r..t, 2U Park Place. ReK. Value

tALE,',Ainl I!:: ''La.It mile Lawtey.of new 40 w..t acre.St.t.of FOR' and tALE!a II-room: A i-room house starrt.tnn.81.m1e hou.e T.n I). USE OUR_ BUDGET PLAN NOW. $35.00 Scratch Feed 5.68 Horse Feed = 420 .1.1P j Ji a

.Rahway.. 3 bedroom house Austin Ren. lip 7.23 A FACT YOU CAN .DO BETTER AT
44::1I.lt: ). good deep. ..IL 14x20 2 I.T'S JIor
term.. or .III t.keXC21 FOR SALE: Frame ,
room.. bath. good pr..war lumber, ;(;

rui'I'i''si AsWor meb4arlteliability.: alnwrlghp your ID.uranc.Jr. and U', tank metal Hub) gas:root w.t.gas apace hot.all pip.plumbing wets heater. sink buts 2.burner naturea eleo.wlrlnir and Ice. Denmark Furniture Co. k&B. :; : ;: 1 15c } lei

bon. and FLA.
furniture STARKE
U. II hot pl.t.
box (not .1.0.) Will .u eom'plet. PHONE 151 ,
dro CHEAP alone L
lIn 1ton UUO cash (plumblag .
c..h..y. duty tran.ml.- worth 11I00). TOil mo"e ..to. real'd.nc. yosrloL e
J bod" Mao ci Appl E. 1. )faUh.
harkOic.: used lumber. .. church .. 'th 8t. Pb01f H
Ca t U. 'j

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"-. S. Senator Claude Pepper that Wildlife Federation held its business . a . '. . .' spending the past several week----- -J' "III' II,

& Rice Creek area was Included I stretched session across here.the Banners streets were and Brooker Pine" Level] with his son and daughterinlawMr. Newsom Sells Herd
Bill passed
Keystone H the Flood Control Lake Geneva and Mrs. Charles Foraythe,
placard in the windows urged W. H. Newsom
Congress.Wrote In Marathon has ,
now to
By' Helm Barry gone local)
the delegates to make themselves dill
Senator Pepper: "Th By Mrs.! II. M. McRae By Blanche Cunningham Sarasota to visit his daughterand orator, bas sold }
By Mrs. Hazel McKay at home which they did. a a his j herd,
I .- . recently signed thl A Keystone sportsmen's club Mr. and Mrs Guy Plnholster, ,. a her husband MI'. and ..Mrs.I. head to Gladwvii and GUlla 01
J. Snow.
8. E. McKAY NAMED: which authorizes, among for the interest of conservation Jr., and children are visiting his FENDER. ;; REUNIONThe Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Christen- of Green Cove Spring, *k

TO PUTNAM! C. OF C. things, corps of Engineers was formed and voted to affiliate grandmother, Mrs. Rosa Pinhol- home of Mr. and Mrs.4A. berry of Deland were weekend. Little Miss Jane Cate -Ayres 'Of ideratlon. was reportedly ,e
ft' I of flood and wa with the Wildlife Federation. of Ida Columbia, S. C., Is spending sometime wGuatafson
J Mrs.
E. make a study ster this week. Fender was the scene of a de- guests Gentry. neighborhood of
of Singleton the McKay Heights control problem in the Rice They Immediately won the prize Miss Mary Virginia Biding' has lightful family reunion on the 4th Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Myrick, with her grandparents, Mr. bee $10,000., ,
:tl, Keystone I which Includes the by sending the largest delegationto who have resided here with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ayre. Newaom taken
of Commerce, wall named\ a from'U. area returned to her home near Dukes of "July. This! was the first time route and Overt I
president of ,the Putnam District. I certainly the Wildlife meeting. after spending. several. days with that the entire family had met Myrlck'a mother Mrs. Sue My- Fishing; seems to be plenty good' I Dairy route, which al8l'the' I

Chamber of Commerce by glad this provision was kept Those elected to hold office In her aunt and uncle: Mr. and Mrs.J. ,.together. Those present. included rick, have moved to Gainesville here In the Lake Geneva waters. purchased. they reel!:

ectors In the regular the bill." the Club>> were Lindsay Walker K. Douglas.! While here she Mr. Fender's mother, Mrs. W.D. where they are employed.

meeting: Mr. McKay's It Is hoped that such an Invest- president; Kyle McMurty and attended the daily vacation Bible Miller of Orlando; his sister Mrs Miss Dorothy Nell Elklns has
office is effective immedately I atl/n will reveal And eventu- Frank Walrath vice-presidents; school at Brooker Baptist church. Z. A. Tyler and daughter Shirley returned to her- home !n Columbus -

he automatically becomes a correct flood conditions In Jessie L.HIII, secretary; Charles Charles Hazen of Gainesville of Tampa;; his brother and sis Oa., after spending a few

ector of the Putnam Keystone Heights area.ILDLIFB Newman, treasurer. was visiting friends and relatives ter-in-law Mr. and Mres. W. F. weeks here with her aunt Mrs.T. Gainesville Letter

organization.RICE MEET Among the sugjects discussedby here Monday. Fender and son Butch of Orlando M. Finley, and family. ShopDIRECT
JUNE Z8 AND 27 Wildlife Federation whileat Mrs. G. E. McCauley) Mrs Carl Mrs. T. M. Finley has returned '
CREEK AREA : >>> HERE Armangle Hall of Ft. Pierce
Keystone were the '
I decorated< preventionof Moates, and Sam McCauley of home from St. Vincent's Hospital MAIL ADVERTISING
FLOOD CONTROL was fully ', and her .
IN Keystone crest fires the sister Mrs. Mildred McDonald
+ opening Palatka!
were visiting friends and in Jacksonville and Is improving -
27 when the Florida ,
28 and
Word has been received some hunting and two children ol MAILING LISTS
reservations, the
'Ii.,. relatives here Thursday of last daily.
purity of Florida's streams, FlorIda week. Chattanooga Term., were dinner
waterfowl, and the guests of their uncle: and aunt, I Miss Lillian Gentry has returned *. *. '
MUM Jeanette Gremmer of home after spending the
season. the Rev. and. Mrs.W.E.Hall Monday -
: Jacksonville was a weekend guestof paat week visiting her sinter and MULTIGRAPHING
. -:1'+: LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING LOCAL NEWS her parents Mr."and Mrs. H. Miss brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Burt MIMEOGRAPHING
Jean Haye..of Gainesville '
l Summer visitors from South H.' Howard. Is visiting Mrs. Robert Myrick Busbee in Silver Springs. PHOTO 'COPYING

.I *,?I il SERVICE Florida who are enjoying the lake, Mr. and Mrs. Lyon Crosby and this week. Friends of Miss May Kennedyare (ON PHOTOSTAT MACHINE)
resorts around Keystone Heights family of Greensboro are visiting Mrs. L. A. Crosby and children more than pleased to see her
i iy Include Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth friends and relatives here this back again. Since her retirementas
of Sunnybrook Farm. Mrs R.
[THE STARKE DRY CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY C. Mlms end family Delray week. J. Batten and son, of Starke and a teacher In the Keystone 142 W. Main .St., South Gainesville, Fla
? Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Earle Johnsof Heights school Miss Kennedy has
I' Mrs. Mercher. 'Phone 2249
The WORKS W. M. S. MEETS Mickey and childrenof
[ Has Opened A Piek-Up Station In Water ] Pompano* ; and Chas. L. Watson The Brooker Womans' Missionary Frostproof were visiting Mrs. been spending MOst of her time .

G OFFICE BUILDING, Keystone Heights Mrs.of Ft. Lauderdale. Society of the Baptist Church- A. J. Fender Sunday afternoon.A. in Statesboro CR."Dad" ,
William Whitealdes who has been
has J. Fender and B. M. McRae Forsythe
met In the Church
,, f.t I;.J. ,returned home from the hospital. afternoon for Its Wednesday were business visitors to Gainesville --- ...
business meet
Dry Cleaning Service, Three Times A Week ( I Mr and Mrs.: S. F. Manuel are Monday.

'" U I staying In Keystone Heights until ing.Mrs.. Dinner guests of the H. M. ,-

t Laundry Service, Twice A Weekt their. lake. front home is completed. presided Beulab over the Harrell.business president session Raes Sunday were Mr. and 1\C-// NOW YOU CAN ---- = -.7

Robert Taylor and -
following which Mrs.. J. K. ,
Key Sargent has
Charlene of Lake City and Mrs. .
Patronizing This Establishment, You Are Benefit- 1
| By his home by Illness for several Douglas program chairman, con- Susie Myrick of Lake Geneva. ,

}ting Your City, and Enjoying' A Saving On Your Dry| days gram ducted with an Miss interesting Lubedia quiz Plnhols pro- The Rev. and Mr). W. E. Hall ......_@......... ..... ,
Keystone Heights defeated
'' Cleaning Newberry team 7-3'' last Sundayn ter Mrs. R. F. Gano, Mrs. 11.; P.Morgan their enjoyed children the day and Monday grandchildren with SEE IT! ::1

i Mrs. Ray Green, and
a Tobacco League game. Roy Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Murrhee and
Investigate The Prices and See For Yourself Tyres' pitching and Tom Whlttlngton's. Mrs.Plans J. E. Hardy taking part. son. and Mr. and Mrs Guy Hall
were made for the next
batting were too much
and family'at Jacksonville
for the crack Newberry team., meeting, to be held at the Com-
'1 JUNIUS M. SMITH, Owner William Walker hotel executive munity Center on Wednesday, Rev.Beach.Mr.The Hall's occasion birthday was anniversary. the- TRY IT I !

,,41 'rora.Jacksonville, caught two July 21. at 3 o'clock for the discussion I
bur In Lake Santa and studY of the. mission
Fe totaling Miss Jean Hayes of Gainesville
It 1-2 pound. book, "Whoae'Promised Land? I.
and Miss Joann Myrick of Jack'aonvllle '-
Mrs. S. E. McKay" Is visiting Each W.M.S. member Is urgedto were dinner guests of t
friends In her home town ofidgefield attend this meeting. Mrs. Ray Miss Gwendolyn McRae Sunday BUY IT "

Brand Park. N. Y. She .will Green will be hostess for the Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crosby and

Newth July 29. afternoon. sons Bobby and Boule of Sunny-
Mrs. Frances Morgan Im visit- brook Farm were recent visitors I
HOME DEMONSTRATION Now-for the first time-ryou can
e relatives at Reheboth N. J. of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Feffder.
The Brooker Home Demonstration see and try the new G-E All-
REMINGTONADDING Mr. and Mrs. William Smith Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Myrick and
,4 are spending the summer with I met Tuesday afternoon at Automatic Washer. You can seethe I
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick and
the Community Center for the G-E All-Automatic do all the '
t their son, Harold at Henborougheights. daughter Kathie were dinner .
regular monthly meeting. Mrs. T. work-from the clothesto
H N. J. soaking
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.
Mrs. Tom Campbell entertainedat W. Markey club president took at Lake damp-drying them. Here is all
Taylor City Sunday.Mr. i
charge of the business session and
1 last Thursday evening. Miss and Mrs. H. M. McRae and you do:
Mrs. Lindsay Walker hast Madge Whlgham County Toss in the clothes add
was Demonstration Mrs. Margie Underhill were visiting soap,
:o a swimming party on Wednes Agent, acted as Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McRae at and set the dials. When the clothes /

: MACHINESa evening. secretary.The the lattera' home on Crosby Lake have been soaked washed, rinsed,
Mrs. and Mr. C. D.. Tomllnson building Committee reported Wednesday of last week. They and damp.dried-all.automa'ti.
re now at home in Keystone purchasing a linoleum for '
were also visiting Mr. and Mrs. cally-many pieces are actually
the Center kitchen and
l Heights. Mrs. Tomllnson is the T. N. Norman at Heilbronn on dry enough to iron I
w } Model 7171-5 $120 (plus Fed. Tax) former Miss Ella Bloss. blinds and Installation of same Saturday And not only does the G-E AI1- a c e No Other Automata

Mrs. F. M. Walrath Jr. and Mrs. In the entire building.: Everyone Earl Alvarez is spending this Automatic c Washer save hours Washer Has So Many
Gladys Tlllla visited Mr. and Mrs. Is very proud of the progress be- you
week in Frostproof with relatives. of work and attention, but it has s UNMOVED rUTURI
ing made toward the
F. M. Walrath Sr. at Arden NC. furnishing The Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall, all the features Portable "
Center. Miss Is the you've always
over last weekend. Whigham Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dobbs and
wanted in
director of the DemonstrationClub. an automatic washer. No Bolting Down
Mr. Ormond Innea la the guestof Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haislop enjoyed ; _
C Thoro Washing'
S.E. Mckay. Mr. Innea is from a picnic on Sampson Lake Come la and ask to ft* Alt rtnlrtloaary otf-eofomof/c WIIS....
Ridgefleld Park, N. J. Following the business meeting Thursdayafternoon.. .... Top-loading Cover,

k5 !TELEGRAPHt Mr.;' and Mrs. K.Mckurtry are Miss' Whlgham gave instructionIn Mr?' and' Mrs. Lem Brown of GENERAL ELECTRIC c ( '..S Drier Clothes
visiting relatives In rooting azaleas and Mr. and Mrs.
Jamesburg Rising were visiting
I ,
ST -:- N. J. They will return to Keystone which was'interesting to camm..j Jack Goodge Thursday night. HOME LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT .Automatic Soap Dispenser

a Heights July 18. ent. Mrs. H., H. Lewis and Mrs. W. EASY TERMS Watar Temperature Contra!
n New homes being built by "Red" Each and everry one Is Invited C. Conner and daughter Evon .NoOillna..NoGreasnr
vfeadows of Gainesville and Col. to these meetings held each monthin were visiting at Keystone Heights .Rinse Water Saved

J. Me Dowall, U.S.A. Retired, the Community. Center. Monday. G. JaM c GR IFF I
We Wish To Announce and Mr. S F. Manuel. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Thomas
Mr. A.
returned from a business trip to and Mrs. L.V.. Barry Mr and visiting Mrs. Thomas' parents STARKE FLORIDA ""
F The Opening, Atlanta.Mr. Mrs. O. W. Barry were visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis Sunday. -:-
: Mr.' and Mrs. C. C. Dees in Alachua -
and Mrs. Q. I. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomas
'' ofCOLONIAL and family of Palatka are stay- Sunday. and children of Brooker were the
i ng in Keystone Heights tor the The Vacation Bible School guests of her, parents. Mr. and I
j summer. closed Sunday night. Mrs. H. H. Lewis Sunday.
;'flKtf! FLORIST Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hendersonand Miss Irene Cochran and Douglas Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McRae
Coverly of Leesburg are visit
family of Fort White Floridaare had an unexpected visitor at 7
; i\ r NONA STREET 8TAKKK, FLA. here In their.new home on ing Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Barry. o'clock Monday morning when
I I Mrs. J. E. Hardy and Miss Helen e
the lake front. thelf son John Edwin McRaeSA,
'11' Barry made a business trp to arrived home from San ,
At An Early Date The many friends of Mr. and Starke Diego .
I Mr. Al Nelson Lakeland will Tuesday. Cal., for a 8-day leave.ADMITTANCES ,
Mrs. Eva Harrell and YvonneHarrell'Thomaa
'' be delighted to know that they AT .
; : It'' and James Ham-
,', have taken In Keystone up permanent residence ilton left Tues. for Salt Springs.The SIIADYCRESTPatients -
v Heights. Brooker Baptist Church Invites admitted to Shady-
:, ,Y Watch For. Our, Mrs. Anne Wiggins Is home everyone to be present on crest Hospital this week: Henry
j F,' for
\ 't v :*: Opening Dater l attend summer vacation. She will Sunday morning for church schoolat Hall of Keystone Heights, MandyLee
at Fairfax Hall, 10 o'clock and preaching serve Qriffis of Raiford. Gladys
.1V. Wayneaboro! Va., this fall. ice at 11 o'clock. On Sunday Wilkerson of Philadelphia Pa..

;;t j night the BTU meets at 7:30: and .Ira. Sarah Powell of Sampson,

[l, +Ii r the evening service begins at Marie Terrall of Middleburg and THE PURCHASE
Be finder The Management of t 8** the New Remington Adding 8 o'clock. Thomas Clark of Green Cove OFHILL'S

Machine At The Telegraph Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Barry Springs. From Starke: John H.
11"I'! 1 Mm.! Chance Schmitt O.fflce. 1ZO.OO Flu Tax.REAL made a business trip to Dade City Stewart, Alice Anderson Delores

J Tuesday. Maruca, and Levy Green COFFEE SHOP
?:,'I .fl r ,-s Mrs. Attie Harrell of Jackson

.. :t : ESTATE | ville was visiting Mr, and Mrs o
u. U.t your property for sale Wade Harrell and Mr. and Mrs BY"POP

with me. I "have sold many; C. Harrell last week.CORRECTION.
NOTICE! pieces of property and have AmmunitionSALE

\I nany prospective buye_ A
quare deal.. Is guaranteed. A In luting the names cf the BLUMMERNOW

:J; Due to the increased cost of Diesel fuels it is necessary fair communion 1 ls> all that I re County Commissioners present at
quire. Aa
"" a member of the the meeting when the Commis-
: to raise the price of ice effective July 19, 1948, as Realty Board
lW you may be sion met as a Board of Equal
r: follows; assured. that I will represent izers on July 6, the Telegraph *
,: '\ you to the best of my ability.! omitted the name of .

\' J DELIVERY RETAIL PRICE N. D. WAINWRIGHT. JR. j sioner E. L. Crawford commls-I

Realtor.i iPhono IM ] present. The Telegraph apologizes SHELL
4Yy Amount Price
} : Prior Amount for the oversight. ,

-\of ':, 100 Ibs. _____-__-____ 70c 25 Ibs _. ___1 _____ 18c ; SMALL ARMS THE
50 I.... -----------_ 35c 12 1.2. .Ibs.. : ________ lOc AMMUNITIONSTOCK ,

1'' Crushed Ice 70c per 100 Ibs.PLATFORM Special 1 Announcement! *


4 \ Amount Price Amount Fclcf MOVED TO LARGER QUARTERS. OUR NEW UP NOW Ice ,Cream

41 100 Ibs. ____________ 60c 25 IbS. __________ 15c ADDRESS IS AS FOLLOWS: FOR HUNTING Orders --

", 5Q Ibs. ________ ._ :30c 12 1-=" 1bs. ________ lOc ALACHUA SEASON SandwichesShort i

Crushed Ice 60c per 100 Ibs. WALDO ROAD Sea FOODS


Two i We,Are' MADE CHILE
Effective July 1st We Offer Blocks North of Harris Field Distributors
I .1, : '
Gainesville, Florida RANGES r-:

(Former Site of John Camp's Lumber Co.) Also FULL LINE


,100 Percent Refrigeration for Cured Meats, Vege- We Invite You To Come In And See Our Complete I WE SERVE THE BEST

tables and Other ProductsSTARKE Line Of NEW And USED Plumbing Supplies And BRADFORDHardware .



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Baptist ChurchThe ''of' Jacksonville were visitors at .
and Mn. Ed SUvernall at --- -'- ,
rd.ry News the Tabernacle Sunday.Mlsa ton Lake. Hamp Local Health Unit

church First Baptist Church of Susan HamptonBy PHONE INS I ,
secretary Gets New IncubatorA
.ryo Starke la cooperating with the 18 Is Mrs. C. 'Van Alstlne left laat 9 !
spending a weeks vacation with
other churches of the New Mrs.' M C. Svieoney week for a visit with her son, : !
Church River her niece in Savannah, Ga B. E. Van Alstine glistening white incubator Dr. U. G. Turner i
Association In Simultaneous and family in
;tian a Regular Services this week with Pearson..Ga. for the.Ie of prematurely born I
'Sunday Stewardship Revival Dr. John special emphasis CONTEST PARTY infants, was delivered this weekto DENTIST
every on the Youth I !
.en-ices Maguire the Executive Little Jane Guy, of Gainesville,
Secretaryof meeting Saturday The Young People's Departmentof the Bradford County Health 1la j jj
aer the Florida evening. spent Thursday of last week here S3i W. Volvenlty Ave.
Iowa: Baptist Conventionwill /,
Hampton Training Union Clinic where it baa already been
ert Schooli1ng 10 a.m.diY apeak each evening Monday Methodist ChurchRev. enjoyed a Contest Party, on Wednesday with. Guy.her grandmother, Mr*. AnnR. !.put in use. The Incubator was I Oalne vUl Florid j
11 a.m.nJIIl
Worship through Thursday at eight o'clock i
night of last week at the presented by the Florida State !.
rt worship 8 p.m.dneidaY In the Starke church. J. R. Hill pastor of the home of Mr. and Mrs. llerschel Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy Board of Health. "-- ... ., I

night Prayer Meet- ( Sunday morning the Pastor Methodist: Church, announces, the Parker. Chinese Tag and other and family and Mrs. B. L. Hln- I The machine Is four feet high .

Study. The public Rev. Lewis D. Halnea. will have following sermon topic for Sun outdoor games were played on son and daughters were In Jack ,and three feet long, with complicated a'I'' it
nd Bible as sermon topic "Your Talents day. the lawn and light refreshmentswere sonville Saturday. They dials and on the I h
to attend all'aervlcea for t od" served companied by Delores and Ruthl apparatus GUNTER & SON :' I'I
and the
vied: the Sunday eve 11 a.m.ooA Loyalty That Must twenty-four young side. An Infant two pounds at 3'
Rife who left
of Jacksonville
enJOY the fellowship ning message will be "David's Not Die" folks present. by birth but now up to three after 'h 0i'..
I John B. Dixon, will Funeral Sermon". The ordinanceof 8 p.m."The train for their home In Dayton treatment in Incubator
PaBtor Mind of Christ"Sunday Mrs. Elva Ohio I an Improvised
Rlgdon. Mrs. Clarice after a lengthy visit here.
topic Sunday "The .baptism will be administered School Is ensconsed in the MONUMENTS MARKERS
I., to* 10 a.m. Youth Adkins and Mrs A. H. Kelsay Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. Cole and lit. i already JI
and In the at the close
Deed", of the
of evening service fellowship at 7 equipment.The .
worth p.m. Midweek were hostesses *
at a Stork Shower tle son Gary of Starke were VAULTS I ,
|B, service he will speak on and a cordial Invitation Is Prayer Service 8pm. Wednesday given for Mrs. Roy Roark on visitors here Sunday. nurnoae i of the IncubatorIs

nlJty" extended to all to ;worship at any Thursday afternoon of last week I to regulate temperature and ; oS'f
Relatives from out of town
I Lidrens Hour Friday of tare :' and all of these services. PENTECOSTAL HOLINESS vatlon Army, was guest speakerat tending the funeral of Aaron Min ,atmosphere for early-born Infant '

.tSSOpm.: All children Sunday School meets at 9:43: CHURCH the new Community Hall. Dr. A. Y. Covington, head of I ,
ton of
last week '
Come and see with 10tl St. and on Tuesday the local Health Clinic, said the J'
departments Temple Avr.!
attend. classes
and for You From 10 to 20 :
to WUl Save
I Captain Humphreys of the Sal- were as follows: Mrs. E. C. Valentine
for you and learn all ages. Training Unions Sunday School 9:45: a. m.; MornIng machine was for the use of any ,
gatherat )
they at The Youth For Christ meeting, Greenville, Ala.V.; H. Pe-roeat Oa Any Thing Yon Se- .
the great love of GodDffAKD'S : 6:45: for discussion, Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelis doctor or medical unit In the .
about worship tic Services on Saturday night. A special arrangement Minton Ft. Pierce; J. M. Minton I
and fellowship. Happy Hour of 7:00: p. m. Everyone ,County. Those needing the use of P4 .-- lect. I
welcome. of Cornet and Accor. Tampa: H. T Neuner and famjlv i
the machine have only to contactthe
: evangelism at eight each Sunday dlan music was also an added at. Wildwood; Mr.\ and Mrs. S. 'A.
OUC CHURCH' evening with the request hymn CONGREGATIONAL traction. Finton, Mr.\ and Mrs. Foster Min Health Clinic to secure It. QUICK DELIVERY We Can Duplicate Any \
Mass 10 a. m.day and chorus All 63 of the counties In Flor-
day 11 a. m.eek singing. METHODIST CHURCH'' Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Lambert of I ton. Hastings: Mrs. Minnie 'da ,were presented with the machines .
School 3 To Days :
In From
Stone Or Marker
"Visit the church with the visit. Services Washington, D. C., arrived Fridayfor Brown. Mr..and Mrs. R. E. Floyd. .
Day Mass 8:30: a. m.Father every Saturday night, In an effort to lower the [I
i Ing Pastor Miss Catharine Floyd, Mr. and .
Sunday a visit with Mrs. Lambert'eparents
John O'Dowd, Pastor. morning and Sunday night, high death rate among prema.
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. at Congregational Mr. and Meg. H. D. May MM. Harold Martin. Mr. and Mrs. turely born Infants. Dr.. Wilson Special Hours On Sunday 8:30 to 10:30 A. M. I r I

Presbyterian ChurchJohn Methodist Church on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. May,' Mr J. X. Allen, Mrs. V. 1\[. Barnes. T. Sowder, State health officer, 2:30: to 7:06 P. M. f t 4
Brownlee Road. and Mrs. Lambert. Mr. and Mrs.C. James Johnson. Jacksonville; Edward '
Rev. J. W. Grlf said that the
Warren Kaufman prematurity was .
Minister. t ti
EXP E R'T'Ladle fir. Pastor L. May, and Mr. and Mrs: Wilson \ O'Steen, Mrs. Edith Till- leading child health problem in ta
South City LimitsP.
man, Mrs. Virginia Squires, Mrs. Located On Highway 200 At
Morning May, with their families en-
Worship at 11:00: Florida. He pointed' out that In
o'clock. Joyed a picnic dinner at'the t. E. Elma Moats Mrs. Eva Mae Ches- '
of the ser Mrs. Erma Wllkerson. of the past seven years prematurebirth O. Box: 572 Starke Fla. t, ;
I mon will be, "God's Eternal Put.pose" Ousley camp on Bedford Lake. i ser. took the lives of more infants r.
Pindertown Mr. and Mrs'Lynn Hall have Palatka; Mr. and Mrs. Roger II
I I Special music will be rendered than any other cause. Use I if I t t.I '
and Mrs. Clark
Henley ,
by the YoungLadles' Choir. had as their guests for the past of these incubators Is expectedto

We invite all who can to worship By Mrs. C.. B. Drowning ten days; Mr. and Mrs. John L. Wright Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. help lower this death rate, he '111I--, ''WY.WMIIIWIIWYIWWYYYYWWWYWWNYIAYIWWWNWLIWWdYIWWWYYNWA'. '''''''. .. '''. .. .. ...- .I, t I I
Hall and Ivan Bohannan and family, Green t;
I with us and hear this one Mr. and Mrs. McOroth, said. 'Most EverythingTo I' ..
Cove Springs. t
Ronnie McGroth. all of Milwaukee ,
thousandth of O. W. of
I sermon our minis. Barry Brooker
i ter. was the guest of her sister Mrs. Wis. They have taken several Big Potato Build Repair or Remodel :1:L i iJ
sight-seeing trips during their :
4 t V. A. Browning Saturday.Mist J, tt t
Sunday School will
meet at We wish to our deep '
express i
ps R.L. Batten of Theresa broughta BUILDERS t I
9:45.: The lower grade will gather Lavone Bessent of Dins- visit.Mr. appreciation to all those who I I. !
SERVICEChas. i In the Chapel and the organized more and Miss Betty Addison and Mrs. Carlyle McAl- were so kind to us during the large, copperskln sweet potatoto : : lft
and of ReevenUle.S. the Telegraph office Saturday H C
haney sons,
Bible Class in the Church., Mr. were weekend guests of Miss illness and death of our loved one. / rI
I C., were weekend guests of the !morning weighing two pounds.Mr. I _
C. M. Turney Is the teacher of Juanita Browning. For words and deeds of sympathy,
: :1
: r
C.Shepherd. J. W. Home family. They were Batten says his potatoescame A : O I
this active Mr. and I
very class Mrs. Loran Howard the beautiful flowers, the special '
accompanied home by Mrs. W. H. In just right a* he had Just '
The Session of the Church will were guests of Mrs.'V. A. Brown. McAlhaney mother .of Mrs love offering from the Baptist eaten the last one of his lastyear's N ft ", t .
Ing Sunday.Mr. I church and, for the blood donors R ( kI I
meet at the Manse at 10:45.: Those Home, and Ernestine Johnson, crop. k I
Service Station C
,t Ga s and those who offered their services -
wishing to unite with the Church and Mrs. S. M., Stokes of: ,
who had spent several weeks here.
.. ... .. .. D f
In hour. of .
Lake Butler guests so readily our -
I may present themselves for exam. were of Mr. Mrs. Lizzie Ferguson, of Durham HOW iiarnws ramrrt R I
inatlon. and Mrs. V. A. Browning Wed. N. C.. several days necessity. Ii I
spent I.
I Rev. Clarence B. Post of Clinton,, Johnny Harris spent the week last week with her cousins, Mr Special gratitude la expressedto CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION W ...If" MMT Iaia88 II' EAJfl7T Ii.. I

N.v Y., will preach for us on next end In Brooker with Mr. and and Mrs. Luther Watterson Carleton Chastain Frederick .

Sunday morning. All who have Mrs. Tom Harris and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Fancher, of Watterson and Edward Saxon, :d" '

I efp6 i heard this distingushed.blind minister Mrs. V. A. Browning and her Valdosta, Ga., were visiting relatives and all"A others Friend who In rememberedthat Need la A dilI f

POOR 'will want to hear him again. daughter, Mrs. Mildred 'GlIl8on. here last weekend. I
Friend Indeed!I"Gratefully. I
i' were called to their home here Mrs. Phoebe Freeman of Hance. .' I
At The TabernacleWeekend from a visit with relatives in Ft. villa, Ala., has returned to her t E CONCRETE J. !: I
Myers due to the sudden illnessof home, after a brief visit with her The family of Aaron Minton. v : i

activities at the Tabernacle V. 'A. Browning.Mrs. sister, Mrs. John H. Parker.Mr. SASH ANDO .r-tJ B 1\\ .

consisted of an unusually I. Green of Hellbronn! and Mrs. Leaston A. Wynn'a Deeds RecordedAmong ....81. 1t t I.f

Interesting Youth for Christ met. ,Springs was visiting her daughter guest, J. C. Williamson, of Cerro D *&IA.a L

6. nw SAiL DOMI ((2 pt.t."rill tlng Saturday night. This Includeda I and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gordo, N, C., left recently for that the deeds recently recorded SWP HOUSE PAINTANNIS i
LID I wsi.rl to end II
rw.d 1G u.l. Flu any Moaoo Bible study in which a guest ,G. W. Browning. city, after enjoying a pleasant In the court house were: O O ; I

..To tad awl dinner table was furnished from Leo Thomas of Heilbronn was visit with his uncle and aunt. Morris Lemar McNaughton of Du- 'f '.

Inn doe.-if Scripture References. Different the weekend guest of his brother-! Miss Pauline Turner and Mrti. val County to George Norton and C rI

hare, tar Is in.ldl items of food being selected from in-law and sister, Mr, and Mrs.: Cathleen Donaldson of Cornelius, George Butt Norton, Jacksonville f' .

; S the Bible for the Imaginary meal. G. W. Browning. I N. C., spent Saturday here as : El-2 of the Wl-2 of Blk.5: R. K I r
guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. B. of Gov. lot 3 of Lakeside Sub. j
The, Blues won over the Whites ,Mrs. Mildred GliMOn and Bob., PHARMACIST I
e\Ita bv finding the greater, numberof by Browning were business visitors Watterson and R. O. Simmons. Div. S SUPPLIES S : .I.II
references In a given time. to Lake Butler Saturday. ;! Wednesday of last week, Mr., and Stewart P. Allee of Tulsa BUILDING I f fi fl
Mrs. Watterson. Owen Simmons Okla. to Evelyn McCasklll and Phone 64 BTARKE '
Sunday Services were conductedby Everett Southerland of Jacksonville Phone 10M-104S W. Main ..., South. P. Q. Box '
and their guests, J. E. Carter and Betty Hooks of Keystone Heights: ,
AU ZINC the Sponsor of the.wal work. The ,was the guest of Mr. and daughter, Judy, .visited In Green Lot no.9 of Blk.E In Sub.-Dlv. On-the-Mlnlt\Servlcf 217 218 GAINESVILLE "'LA.. 63 >, i 1
evening subject entitled ''
? CAPS and "The Greatest Show on Earth, or Mrs. V. A. 'Browning Thursday; Cove Springs and St. Augustine. Mount Pleasant on Silver Lake. .., .. .. u __ "' 00 Yiml'!!'!nanlWloml.iulYUmm!'!.. !."!' '''!'! '''''! .'nnIWmminrWnimliWii.plmllemm'' ''''' ''''' !!!'! ''!''' .' pnminaimniminYm.mmwimninlm''''''''''.", ,,, ,, '''''' '''''mwminenmmi.nmuWemm' '''''' ,,'''''''''''''' \
ubtMT Ringi Frank McKinney of Sampsonwas Mrs. E. C Morris\ and children l .
,tort ben favarlttt for g.n.,.-. The Man Who'1. It was -very time visiting here Saturday.The of Pompano, are spending two r.It I r
ly and of special Interest. '

lo vial baseball team Union Saxon. t
defeated the
a violin solo In the forenoonby :
W. B. McKinney accompaniedby County Crackers 13-9 at Lake Mrs. Howard Self and two sons, L : If{ '
f Butler last. week. ,of Ft. Pierce have been recent ,
6 Mr. Gomes, and a solo entitled \li
guests of relatives here. ;
? .y.n ...m.a -. "Wonderful" ,by Edna Noegel .e. a e e I, Mrs. Roy Blrt, Mrs. Evelyn t ,
Susan Wallacein
accompanied by i Johna and baby daughter, Linda, I .
tied ae'dtaMfAM'fSa0tt1EiS the evening. GrahamBy i of Gainesville, were visiting Mrs. I f.r
Mr and Mrs. Walt Maloon and '
; ,
W. P. Blrt and Mrs. Florrle B. \ "
children Etta and Walt. Jr., of Mrs. John !McKinney Brown last week. 'f:

Tltusville and Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Mr. andMrs. Purvis Hazen and j 1
McEachern and daughter' Louise, children Billy and Ella Jane of .' i
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Starling and
.. Ocala recently visited -Mrs. Hazen"s This is the for .
children and Mr. and Mrs. Ray season I
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. t tr'
Phone 52-J Hines attended the show at I ? ,'

8pB. 'D EF !VICEIrs.! lIartma I Brooker Saturday night. r':'f 1 i

<"* 'OLIOW TMI *TO Mrs. Kate Starling spent the r if
-I weekend in Gainesville with hereon f

Earl Starling. 1 1is

I "He Don't'Fool 'Em WE FEED.'EMt"' Mr. John McKinney and Mr.
Tom Roberts were in Gainesville ALL KINDS ; I I

i Complete Change of Menu Dally II Miss Katie Maude Eastland and ".


_A & A LUNCHEONETTE Park Theatre Dldg. last Tuesday from Clermont and IN SEASONWe and here is the first place to go O = .1

Miss Willie Pratt came home '

with them and stayed until Sun guarantee all I t

day.Mr. We sell to be fresh 10 :'J

and Mrs. Ray' Hines were .

HEARDR. the supper guests of their brother :
and sister-in-law" Mr. and Mrs. >Sil

JOHN MAGUIRE, Lonnie Hines Sunday night. MAGNOLIAFISH r ,l! a

Mr. and Mrs. James Ortagus of MARKETUnder
t \
State Executive Secretary of Green Cove Springs were visitingher t

Florida, Baptist Convention mother, Mrs., Kate Starling New Ownership .. I A ti I

1 Sunday. LACY SILCOX iS
4 Great Nights Mr. and Mrs. John McKinneyand ===tIi t

son, Otis, were visiting Mr. ,.
In and Mrs. Bill Slade Sunday even-

STEWARDSHIP) REVIVAL AT THE ing.Mr.. and Mrs. Noah Jackson and '_ )H r. ,

children were visiting Mr. Jack -
BAPTIST son's father at Grove Park Sun.

Starke I v'i .
day.Mr.. and Mrs. Nathaniel Dyal _
MONDAY: THROUGH THURSDAY RIGHTS' and children of Starke were visit ; -. r

ing Mr. and Mrs. Berry Dyal p t 1.t .
Sunday. t t
Miss Catherine Starling spent :l
t .
Sunday with Katie Maude East- l ;. ''r.
land. '% 1
I[ ,1 ri
| :Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas l Old nobl.Pro-Vacation: Check-Up i iNehSS.ei i' ,.

INTEGRITY r of Hampton were visiting his L.A........-Lu6riaa aag.al i
of conduct and dealing with better father, Mr. Bill Thomas In Lake For Ill,.1..."1''. .ak"* bring your ear In tat a I lubriVdion" end I thorough ckn-k-up !in engine. a.d diOtrratUI 4

thought fulness and economy in all our City Hospital Sunday. They report before you drive sway 011 your vscstion. You'll enjoy smoother perfurmanc if eeeesary.You'll .,

serving-these 'mark' the reputable he is very low. feel confident that your ear is in tip-top .hape. And above all, roulj ......*-A.lj juat .alE.;re-Batt If Beaded.Haiilauj 1 I I'i

... quality of this Well known firm. The Baptist people are startIng i i know tli.t you've done everything powible to insure the Safety of your faintly twlaacw, and .-ri..7 nmrhaniaan.l aEnotent, wbeeI ''f'fat I f ''i
.... a revival meeting next i a time when crowded summer road make driving care extremely important. ......- .. ,.*. wed ton* aegis., J 41 iYou'll ,' V fl
18 in the new church
day. July find have the factory-trained mechanics, the modem equipment sod -.,rrr BaHfaMwindabiald CIaoek ll kta ben ':.
which has just been completed. A io wtp r.. .... all .l.otrle.f l '
e Everybody Is welcomed.Mr. Policy the genuine Oldsmobile psrtoeverything It tale to handle every job quipmut; (Uwpeet tjroM ckackruteni. ; eo.fiq. I t t ail

DEWITT C. JONES ,and Mrs. .Jake Starlingof promptand! e idcoLl,. Service fint is lafetyfrit- come in fur 8el'YiceI repair CTiamactiooa U ..afd. J

Clear.Water ware visiting their fit
I 8TARKB PHONX: T your ,
daughter and eon-In-law, Mr. and

.AMBULANCE SERVICE Mrs. Roy Neets Sunday.
'Personal Needs
is busy digging potatoes
Funeral Director Everybody and pulling fodder In' the :) j jTOR

I offer Our convenience l<

available. '
chicken supper Tuesday night PIa- ,1* 8TA&I(&. KsVA.BiatwriMoa rt
1t. celebrating his 60th birthday an ODE. CHEVROLET CO .
ICeept tunlah the hlghesi type service at the loweaf price amp niversary. Thoae attending were ,1

ANy life Inmtraac policy In fore. issued by ANT com his family. Mr. and Mn. Ray .

'l Payment In part or In foil on a fun ral. Consultation Mines, Mr. and Mrs. LonnJe STARKE, FLORIDA I:

1I00bUgatJoa. Mines, W. C. Burton. All wished THB TRAVCLCRS.Hartfwtf
returns. ( > TIM fa...y.r !. TA TLOM.afaW tf-m*.Mm.......a+ae w :=
him many happy -

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of the land owner demeanor, and conviction results maintains
In life. ten permission I
In action. W. -Prather Rites early must in fine of not less than $10 an office
I Local C of C the sign Is erected a nor house
C of C Distributes Co-chalrmpn Guy Andrews and If a young child has been exposed where announced uhe
be than $300.
must more his
s4 Held In Tabernacle be secured ((2) permit office ,
Outline were elected to he
to whooping cough
: k'i Colorful Pamphlet Officials Ralph obtained from the State Road "In a few Isolated 'cases it has i I July 18 th be
to promotethe
head a committee Thursday AfternoonWilbur should be taken to the rough
''I \ Expounding County Intensive ProgramThe growing of strawberries In Immediately even If the child Department, ((3)) the sign must been necessary to refer cases to Crosby is AuClJa

: ; County Chamberof the County. Chamber officials be- C. Prather. 82, longtime has already received injections of be at least 15: feet from the court and secure court orders before National partlclplUoc I
''l'' Anew leaflet depicting Bradford Bradford lieve more berries would bring resident of Starke died vaccine. highway and 100 feet from any compliance would be effected. Fort Jackson S, cn'e',
I 1 live Commerce: board of directors. church school, cemetery public In case handled In court, period.
to and every
u' County as a "place I In more buyer to the area.; suddenly at the home of his Whooping: cough is frequently and
In a special meeting called result In a quick free- Mrs. Elena P. park or other public places convictions not only cost defendant The
: .economically. .j ultimately daughter, Burgett neglected because its first signs service
x i : comfortably. of the 100 feet from highway Intersections loss of cost of orncer
Clerk court Is
of the In the plus In
built his
: distributed the office zlnff plant being In Gainesville early Monday morn- resemble those of a cold and It Id office
Is being I either road or railway.The assessed, but the en iyrw
enjoyably" fines embarrass
Circuit Court Monday night, out County. Ing. Mr. Prather was by vccatlon In this stage that whooping cough days. and )
of Commerce only
Chamber law applies and time lost from businessto Saturday
t. by the Starke Interest lined'a difficult .but progressive The Chamber la also considered a retired building contractor. He Is most easily spread. The char town's city limits. ment duties In ether 14!
to outside a
effort said .
in an tising attend, Mr. Denton.Veterans' counts
j of Work for the Chamber sponserlng a course for was a Mason and a member of acteristic "whoop" doesn't appear days of the bRCLED '
and possible permanent Program noted that week
; both tourlsU this area. members and the citizens of oollce officers filling station at- the Gospel Tabernacle Church. until after the child has been \II* Mr. Denton(
residents Bradford County.The tendents, and others who comeIn Final rites were held yesterday for a number of days and, In fact, State Road Department had authority Service -
The Chamber Is distributing a of contact with the public In July 15, in the Starke Gospel sometimes never does occur. The to destroy illegal signs For 2 Weeks
one Stops
other Is strictly
number of copies to various and overa Program betterment, although order to falmllarlzp them with Tabernacle Church. Rev. L. G. doctor is the only person quail' without notice, but that In most 9xt, PC11Ct
State for
Chambers In the County Bradford: County as a whole. The Hemmtngway assisted by Rev. fled to diagnose the case, pre- notified. Bradford County's) service officer 8'hOoI Cull
thousand are being mailed to much of it Is still in the planning cases the advertiser was re&n1-Bradtord
course would Include familiarize J. T Quigley officiated. scribe the proper treatment and mis Albert Lee 'Crosby, who sous
The Individual mailIng stage, announced Luclan Conner Violation of the law is a cnph.
'io Individuals. flat of of the local tlon with the towns their streets 'Mr. Prather was born on February watch for possible complications
derived from a executive secretary "
list Is club, churches, amusements 22, 1868, 'In Decatur, 111. .which he can take steps to cor- 1
i addresses prepared by Chamber.One .
names and sports hotel accomodatlona. restaurants He moved to Starke in 1923 rect. KtlCSE SAVINGS NOW IN
i'I' f the State Advertising Commission, plan advanced by the Chamber -
and other Information of from Guatemala Central America,
the let from that of a con-
which compiled officials was
\" general Interest. where he had been employed by Many Road Signs
letters written requesting information test for the best crops grownIn ;
I Other points discussed at the the United Fruit Company for
about Florida. Bradford County. Proper a- Erected Illegally Summer Clearance
Pictured 11the pamphlet ars wards would be made to the win. special Chamber meeting werea many year .. Upon his retirement, !!
: housing project, better rural- he moved to Gainesville to live Says Road Dept.
of Call McCIane agricultural
""' scenes, of Starke- shot ners. T. K. County .
'L urban relations with,., further- with his daughter.The .
chosen to
taken from the agent was
t; { Street of the Farmers Market, Over million outdoor
velopment deceased Is survived by a signs a
contest committee, ae
.9. house, and pictures of the court.j head the ;
Baptist church and the which was formed to put the plan promotion of a continual beau his wife, 'Mrs. Anita Prather; one have been removed in the StateIn PqM
partments Various photos depictthe '" tlflcatlon program. Increasing the daughter, Mrs. Elena P. Burgett; the past six years, but' yet ATTIC FANS
County's agricultural basis- I tlve cover features a fine specimen tourist trade better roads for two sons,. Joseph C., Prather of ,hundred of outdoor signs are !

strawberries for sale at the Far.; strawberry plant bearing farmers the attraction of new Lynch, Ky. and John W. Pratherof being erected In violation of the "

t' mer's Market, tobacco growing 'blossoms and fruit. Industries and the sponsoring ofa Lou I Angeles, Calif.; one bro Outdoor Advertising Law, announced 30 $ 2 8. 75
ll In the fields and hams cured In The wording describes the weather long-range livestock program. ther'Otto G. Prather of Decatur, Max Denton, Director of the : .

Starke. Two other pictures represent the transportation facilities, Ill:: one sister Mrs. Lolo P.: Kel- Outdoor Advertising Division, this t
the recreational facilities the agricultural products the Put Pine Seedling I logg of Denver, Colo.?; and five week. The Division is part of the 36" ATTIC FANS; .......,.....?$3,9-,

.; f. I found in the area--a fishing scene marketing advantages the recreational -I In Now grandchildren and one great State Road Department. 42" K" ................$39.93
Application ..
ill .f. t p and a shot of swimmers at Cold opportunities, the low-tax grandchild. Plenty'of time has been given 43" ................$49.50
Ii Head Branch State Park. advantages for Industries and the Says Forest ServiceState Interment was In the .Crosby advertisers to comply' with the 60" ,* .
: t On the back of the leaflet Is a description of Industries them. Lake cemetery. law since 'it went into effect In .. "
map of the main Florida highways selves. 'Forester C. H. Coulter Dewitt C. Jones was In charge 1942 Mr. Denton 'pointed out. W" ................$84.30

11.k 1 with special emphasis Many of the leaflets are goingto urges persona' 'Interested In per- of arrangements. And the Supreme Court of Florida Motors Extra
I placed on the strategic location foreign countries, such as chasing pine seedlings for plantingnext has ruled it Constitutional.The. .

."'"" t .of Starke There U also a map England. British Malaya, Phillip- winter to submit their applications Whooping Cough law provides that ((1) writ-
of Bradford County The attrac- pine Islands, and India. soon In order to be SUM'! .
of getting an allotment. Serious Disease .
'kl ,,. 6 .. .. Large Assortment
Last year the Florida Forest
Mothers Warned. PICNIC TABLES <
Service produced 11 million'seed- W.C.T.U. PIPE & ,

{'11 NOW lings but the demand was so great There are a number of so-callei A drunkard I Is a man who & FRAMES (Mess Table) With Attached Scan
that orders for more than 17 million "common childhood diseases' commits FITTINGSGalvanized
I suicide on the Installment -
:, 'r, were received. This year. that many regard too lightly. $6 to $10
.. Coulter said the state's two nurseries plan.Union
'. la of these
''' J Whooping" cough one Mission News. .
FittedFOOTWEAR 1aE I are planning on producing From the standpoint of deaths. I ".
X-Ray 20 to 23: million seedlings and. It Is the most serious childhood HOT AIR .......
t given favorable weather, this goal communicable disease. It cause
$ should be reached.In FURNACES .
twice as many .deathe as measles Sheet Iron .
spite of the great increase and diphtheria 'combined. 8 Ft. & 10 FtLENGTHS
Per $3JO t to $$150
In seedling production, he said Any mother who has nursed $1 Sheet
he thought' the demand might child through whooping cough
qgaln exceed the supply and that has seen the discomfort and 'exhaustion COOL

WH those persons submitting their caused by the disease -- Sheetrock GASOLINE
applications first would be sup Less obvious to her are the'serious RIDINGWITH P.. M
[ AT plied first. complications that frequently Flush Valve i t'u TANKSTOILETS

Forest Management' Chief RU. follow whooping cough. She seldom OUR NEW Pee M .....::!.... aa3.-ses 3,000 gallon capacity.
Titus 'said the long dry spell the realizes that the little patient Wallboard Heavy gage lleel. SUfi
Barksdale'sCHILDREN'S tate has gone through this spring In his weakened condition 'PLASTICSEAT Complete $12.50 .. 3V,.. Ft. 8' IJ'/V or T/ i 16'
; : and summer has resulted In some la an easy prey for bronchopneumonia -

!j lamage to the young seedling pleurisy or even pulmonary WATER Water & Fuel
Top In the nurseries. He added tuberculosis. COOLING
that It has been necessary to keep Whooping cough Is preventable LAVATORIES Storage Tanks
fyJtV sprinkler system running almost because there Is a vaccine that COVERS VITREOUS CHINA. FOUNTAIN From :30 Gal lo 823 Cil

,N ontlnuously to supply the seedling will give protection, and we should Size 18"x tremendous Savings!

SHOES beds with sufficient moisture. take full advantage of It. AU-Leather Trim 18"x $12.50
Cost of the / nlthfauoeU $12.50
seedlings shippedto Gasoline Pumps
The younger the child z.t. the
the landowners Is With metal lined Ice con-
per more ,dangerous whooping cough Electrically Operated
Goose Electrical Supplies ,
< & thousand, or $2.23 per thousand : tamer box. Has automatic .
i Is apt to be for him. For/ this Recording.SEE
picked up at the nurseries at coils and bubbler.
Friedman Shelby reason, doctors advise Injectionswith 39'STARKE
Jm Dlustee and :Munson. Application
the Immunizing vaccine very
Story Book form provide space for the landowner .
to mark the date when he will be, provided by members of THE MODEL HOMES ON
m wants the shipment to <<1'lve.. the Florida Forest Service upon

''iW Advice in planting seedlings I request. DISPLAYAS. LOW AS $495

WI ....,_ ... '" .. ,_ _,_,___ ....--ee..
t : Open Monday thru Saturday 8 a. m. :5 p. m. Open Sundays 10 a. m. -5 p. m.
i >

Grace Walker r .Yk \ .(Although It has ben operating In our midst fur ,several COMPANYCorner Court & Madison, ARMY CAMP I WRECKING CORP

..: y t s'J Red Goose year*, many people are tlll unaware of the many free services Phone 10 Starke
that are available to the public through the Bradford Hi-ajth,

.'. t."nlt.'Thl'l'e'fol'f', In order to familiarize our readers with theneTler CAMP PHONE 6
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.. health. of _
.. < and for the mutual benefit and betterment of
all citizen/ of Bradford County, the Telegraph In presenting the I

*1i MEN'S SHOES following reference.schedule) and suggests" that reader clip and file It forfuture I

rtl Air-O-Magic tiThe Monday A.M. ((9:00: to 12:00): )-Foodhandler's exami-

nations; routine blood tests.

& John C. Roberts, Monday P.M. ((1:00: to 3:00): )-X-Ray Clinic Only suspects The TRUTH About The

a Robertson known, contacts cases. of Tuberculosis' cases and the

r Wed nesdaytA.M. ((9:00: to 12:00): )Foodhandler's exam

I "See Your Foot Inside The inations: routine blood tests; examination,

Shoe"a care and treatment of cases!, suspects and

.. ." .. contacts of Venereal Disease. Fuel Oil
Wednesday P.M. ((1:00 to 3:30): )-Well Baby Clinic on Shortage

t isreg. I 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month. Pre-

natal (Expectant BJother) Clinic on 2nd and

4th Wednesday of each month.

ForWRECKER Saturday A.M. ((9:00: to 12:00)-Routine: ) immunizations 1. Consumers- should fill their storage tanks to capacity NOW. This will empty the

and treatment for hookworm and other para larger tanks of the wholesalers and other dealers and allow them to refill with an
sites of intestinal tract. Other services
per- emergency supply while the fuel oil and kerosene now is available
r taining to public health.A 2. During the coming 60 days, other sections of the fuel
X [SERVICE Clerk is available in the Clinic on Church Street oil. This makes it possible for Starke wholesalers country will use very little
to refill their tanks tocapacity
Ifiii every week day from 8:30: A.M. until 4:00: P. whereas in the fall when other sections
their fuel oil
commence heavy of
M. for information and other services.
it will
be next to
impossible to get the la' ge amount needed locally. There is only one
Clinic Services are FREE OF CHARGE and all Bradford to
way ,overcome
PHONE 118 threatening situation. That Is to fill your tank NOW. -
Countians are entitled to its benefits.
E8 I 3. Hundreds
...... of consumers.pow have 55 gallon panics!, 'tn.s amount is quickly] used.
V'< II --- -0 If the
t ; consumer would NOW install
tanks this
would not only empty wholesale
lJtrw ."' tanks but insure the householder against running out at the very start of the cooler
: season.
Genuine Ford Parts .
4. Many consumers seem to be confused by conflicting stories in daily

AVOID FUEL SHORTAGES! newspapers. One day, there's going- to be a t acute shortage. Next appearing day you're told _
: plenty of fuel
no need to
-u I *. """II., .. _J :=JL worry. This causes the consumer to wonder if the dealer

ill) GET YOURS NOW I WtErS trying Shall to I gJSqulck cash sale and raises in the consumer's- mind' the


ax( 250 Gal. With Statistics show that PEr capita Florida Is the .
.nv Capacity Welded Steel States. This is because the largest user-of fuel oil In the United

Kjft f DUNLOP TIRES & TUBES r Stand Installed & Painted whereas Florida's climate can colder be sections combatted or the via fuel country oi1. turn tO coal burning furnaces

Don't Wait Until Your Neighbor Fills Up. You Fill Up Now and Be Safe. .
% $49.95 answer to the threatened
Our Parts Department the larcrer capacity tanks where needed.shortage can be is solved now by Installing and filling

200 Gal. Capacity With Welded Steel Co-operation of the dealer$ listed below should aassureyou fuel oil.
the Above
y ; Is Now Nearer Complete statements are true. that al] of
Stand Installed & Painted
Than Ever Before! "q I


S K. G.
?. C. BROWN, A.t.



PHONE 118 STARKE, FLA. Phone 158 Starke, Fla. F. REGISTER &: SON, Agents

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Money Spent In Your Home Town '4ifli>: '' !:i: :'

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Comes Back To You To Be Spent Again 'i'' i J ;

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'" _... ; When you shop in your home town, you start your money travelling among your l t; :i ift :

i friends and neighbors to buy new goods, to pay bills, to hire help. Soon it is back .;J i,4'!::': ,.'1" ;

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,, ;f "' r in your hands and again you start it on its rounds. Every transaction in which it figures ;i. ; '

make business better its repeated spending is a tonic for trade. Money you i I};,: :

1... 1 % 'b1E spend at home provides financial support for the churches, the schools, the city's i f f i" J 1 I If

"" t r. i KT sot f k operation whatever your town can offer in public service depends on the money il':f r. ', t t'

its in its and industries. !''rif j' ".
people spend stores :f \V
Ilt n'1' .t! t
: .' "t '
1 Make Your
f G, Money TO SHOW IT :'.

F ( i s- "Cut I spent only $J1, Father,." the Ii I :. ia
I ? young woman laughed I !; "Surely you !! \' t''
r ('1 Do Double Duty could. a pare '11 anyway, three of i I',: a'

t ,', them went fof gasoline and oil." I ,(11 i 1 1f ,'t I II' "I 1

; (( I {' "It Is of the ct"Un, and oil Jam +''t' }Ii l t''i"";\
!b f k' Spend your money in your hometown moiitly' thinking:," the old man al should have bought it from Bill i. ; '
da, :7'a: I e Jonps before you started to the City. f .! fis'is'-:,:Il j't
Sr 'l, a; to get you. what you want. Bill buys his family' shoos from mo. I::1 II' t .
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> r "And, daughter, give a thought to this 1 I
v.f____ At the same time it will be getting There are 3.SOO mtn and women In f Ij ',( I i
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thin town. If each had spent $11 In ;;\
... \ the city today, $38SOO/ ,: would be lost :I.J't ll \'t t'.t;:: ,
lo our town forever
M,+ your town, what it wants- "1 1, I''. t
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.. "We think we I love thin town of ours, .
but HometniPS fall to show It" I 11" I
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Be Loyal To Starke Merchants i'' ., i'Yf') I

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pend Your Money Where It Gets The Most --Right Here ,I i r$,; ,: ; ;f

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8 message urging the people of this community to shop in local stores is sponsored by- L
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DENMARK Starke TAXI Service G. J. McGRIFF Harley F. StrongJEWELER \ ''in

Furniture Co. Phone 150, Day or Nite General; Electric,;. Products )J 11. H:':
I.O.N T.1-A C I ,
C. H. DRIGGERS: .,' t4b 1 ;
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EASTERN AUTO ,' Furniture Co. FARM, HOME & DRY GOODS i ; ,
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,""' BARKSDALE'SStore ; f '
f E. T. SHULL Chas. C. SHEPHERD'I' :
STUMP'SDepartment ... I J I
Store ... J \ Plumbing & Heating I tad ION & Seat Covers ) Y I '
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... x Cleaners ,f.0(,:, ANDREWS MOTOR CO. KOCH DRUGROBBINS t I I'' J ;
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The Store of Values \ ., "
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!' :'r CARPENTER'SDrug .j 1. .1'''
Store TheSTAR r ,
Est. 1894FLORIDA '; \ t't t
The MILKY WAY ., t| I r

;. II. A. .Manassa, Owner '/ ,J.,}}',," WESTERN AUTO SETZER'S SUPER STORES t \ I

BANK '?...; ,'. _. i i '< Associate Store I t\ k i il
At Starke A&P I ." J. .F. Jaudon, Owner .' 't

Member F. D. I. C. ,, ,j.1#' .k, Food Store ..'., t'...#:; i," .:tl,.J.. ,I I ELECTRIC SUPPLY SERVICE& '. ,:\'"i,

.., """ I STARLING'S., ',
i-> Grocery & Market
BRADFORDHardware '" Dewey D. Williams '
c Painting & Decorating ,
Co. 4 j "' .. v ELECTRIC SERVICE
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INSURANCE Ed Simpson, Jeweler


MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET i'I ,;: .Clothing for Infants and Children Mrs. :Mike Maruca .f HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & ''" t ;

Lacy Silcox, Owner To 12 Years .'l'f GIFT SHOP +
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We Buy and dell Furniture '. :, ..1" 1; ( .

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Grocery ,' .. FIRESTONKDINKIN'S: ;

W. R. Cook & Son .: Service Station l P
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Phone 79 Temple Avenue r Service Station f
Iir Winkler Building ,,A, %f ,cy,; 1 !


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TAflK TEX Ih'Way. dW
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feaa II Myrtle' ,I. "<>ld.'.> Defendant Case J. C. Diirrnnce, Law Exchange Bids. Court and pause, wherein plaintiff Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial on or before :
i 1:01 ("IDI"I'" 1 ..'11'''. R"A..rORD' the .City each of the above into said mil. unf A> i JarkconvllM, FJa.Atty. seek. dlvorne. Ifrndford County Circuit of Florida/ and for Bradford 1948.. of the ;
', IN ( ANCICRY for each animal driven I HIDER Or PUBLICATION 7-23 shall this Order County In Chancery, wherein rwlxn tile ,
COUNTY. FI.OHU A other feeaof for rif. 7-J 4t Telegraph 1I.ld *' .
I I pound In addition such to Marshal all paidsums : ANn NOTirK TO __ ;In n>git four .publish/ :: V..4. Browning and hla wife Arrlo can easedtl0nerr will ..'gkh!!
vs. salary paid STATE OP Matte Browning. / pray for the adoption of
: iv CIRCUIT hand and official
Council Witness IT
AmandA Jettrl.nDefendant.. CaaeNa to b* paid by the City U Holder whoM my Hubert. Memhon, that the said Rob IS FURTHEn
l II In the aamo manner aa other : residence la un- "O.I..Y. IN CHANtmna Deal at Starke.. Florida. this. July thl. .
known. ert Mention la the minor child of b. \
'; j 8680I PUBLICATION Mile. are paid. CICRY Pearlle 1, 1948.OFFICIAL. the said Zuella Merahon and that w..k for lour I
I Plaintiff
ORDER OP Marshal ahall keep a record You are required to appear on ifuds'in T* SEAL) A. 1, Thomas the CountV"ienewspaper
Th Bradford
y 1 1 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR In u book to ba furnlehrd by the. August. 8. 1(48. In the above named Mao Hudnon. Defendant. Case. No. Aa( Clerk of said Court. the place uf residence and that Pont .
r to Amanda Office address of the said Zuella ot
STATE OF FLORIDA : animals Impounded Court and cause. wherein' eess. / trig
j Council of all plaintiff Landrum, Htarke Fla general
I I Jeffries, whose. residence la: IK Elm City by him, or under hla Inatructlon r fork divorce. Fradford County ORDER r>F PUBLICATION I'ttr: for Plf. 7-2: 4t 7-23 Memhon IM unknown to Petitioners Florida publillhed In Dradrot.,11';\, '_
: Street, d"quri: Jersey' under. ordinances relative Telegraph l hall publish/ thla Order AND NOTirK TO APPEAR and that there la no person or per ,..;,
on -
il' to appear In the State of Florida the DATED
; You are thereto giving, theate of theImpoundlna In next four weakly Issue STATE OF FLORIDA to: YaarfieMae sons at Starke
\. t August 9, 194H. In the above namedwherein "";. atatin the disposal. Witness my humP and official Heal Hudson, whose. residence. and NOTICE TO APPEAR service of a summons In Chancery 18th day Of June 19tr lorldi. t
h Court and (ceuxe plaintiff" made of the same and If sold to at Starka, Florida, this June jo, address Is: 9 Lee Street, Waco TO: 2UKIJL.A MBKSHON, whose address upon whom would bind the aald OFFICIAL SEAL) A'I
I aeeka divorce. Uraufonlount sold & the amount sold for, w. 1948, Texas. la. unknown. Merahon, therefore County
this Ordern whom Zuella i you are fFlnrldat Court
Telegraph ehall publish the date of the sale. the name of (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. You are iequlr"d to appear on i WHEREAS: :, It appear In that Bids r,
> next four weekly dl..d'oW..I,1: the owner, If known and a ascription Aa Clerk of .said Court August. 2, 1948. In the above named certain cause. now pending In the ordered to appear in laid cause 8-25 It 1.18 (OFFICIAL
Witness my ,
July the animal or animals.Said SE.I
teal I at ataj-ke, Florida thla book to ba kept. aa a part of

'bpFiciAb: BEAD A..J. Thomas the public record. ctlonlof. the City andlIubJeet
A. Clerk of aald Court. all tlmeaAny (
Anderson. U r C n Cove Council and the orupersonsc

I Atty Rivers SpringFla.for 'l,.lf. 7-9 4t _.,? hall authority release peraon, of the any City Impounded Marshal,. without ani-who : ;; '415 9 f144W S GIM R RILES hECO9IK Superbrand

mal or animal. from .said pound ,

"I 1 1u A" SKOIAIK:: : TO' .UK 110 F*:..TITI ,_ shall or any break person open. fencea or persons, gates.. .,, who faa- / CUB OfUCEl1 OLEO Rd
LED AN ORI)IN ,N('H .TOOK A'IENI tenlnfca. or enclosure of tin City 000 I
REer101YW THE COlIPIRI>> ) pound, or open the cafe. theretoor .
| < DRDI'IIANM OF THM CITY:. 01" who Hhall aid abet assist ::: { : K + lb 37cSouthern p o c
NTARKN A'I t''II'T.n) counsel or command any one or s
1 DOPTeaOV THH 16114 u'Y Op'AUIICMT attempt to ao break open Much
1099: 1I""ATIIi! TIM!. 5:. pound, shall upon ",conviction be
IMPOIINDIYi! OK WOIIIKI : fined in a Hum not exceeding 1100 Gold Colored MargarineRediMixt r-
Mt;...:... ut'T". NIIeEP: 5t41VE"' or b* Imprlxnnrd not ex.veilingalxty : S
or ANY RIYI)>>. 1"0111'00"' lI1"V day, or by both such fine
LAHtoM WITIII'II 1.n In the dlttcrtttlon pitY .
NIlin! AT and ImprlNrviment
I.IMITH OFBY '1'In: Solids lb 52=
COHPOHTH of the May*>r.Socllon ,
CITY: 01" "'''''tlKI'']. .. 1'hit all ord'naiu'eii and : :
t. aN 1'1' Oil"'III! ":1) TIU: CITY parta of ">rdlnani. In i .rfllil therewith : _
1 ('OU'II r... OF TILE ( I'I'Y OK are h-rphy rcpeilvd.rlectlon ; Southern Gold Colored Margarine- **
1 81'AUKEe of 8. Thl ordinance .h lltake ; q0tIiME }Jjf r<
Section 1. That R..ctl"n. J04. effect Immsdh/tnly upon Its
the codified ordinances 01 the Cltyi passage and approval by the Mnyir ,
I of Slarke a. enacted and adopl..dby 0' Passed and .J'>IJI..I .by the City I Bedi-Mixt ''Quarters lb 53C<
i the CItY Council of the ('IIY Council .f the City oc fttark In'
r. HI.rkll on the t6lh day ot AUKIIHt I II reicuUr session on thli, the 16th
1 193. be amended to read a. f..l. day of June, A. \I'. ItilH.LA.. (
'I MarshalThat CANOVA. r Kraft Phlla. Cream Kraft Kay -'n
"section of
I 104. Duty Chairman of the City Council
d It ahall ba the duty. of the ATTEST:: : ,
t Marshal or other police officeof CARL JOHNS Cheese 2 < 3 3c Cheese Lb
t 67c
j I th. City -f !-Itark. to take' up City ClfOrk.
and Impound any and all hurees. TO THK lIONOUAnt.H MAYt1Rof
J. a...e.., mules, gnats, sheep. cattle oawlna the City of 'Vtarkv' : I herebycertify yyY1 krvMh vNP/t4.1)
I of any kind found runnlnuat that the above and forvuo- --
larue within the corporate. limit Ing ordinance was. duly adoptedand It's Tho d. ., .. E.swl.se y., ii., Ask At [
t: of the City of Starke. and 101m.Impounded passed by the City Council of Old Glory Kidney or E-Z Liquid
pound and keep them wafely.. ... the Pit Htorke An the 15th v, p
until all costs "*" ". day of June:, A. D, I'mCAII! BiggestSummer Store

f'. and and keeping expense of for them the herein hnpounlllnl, ; prod' City. JOHNS ClerkThe 'I : Pork & Beans For Starch
or until disposed of a* above and foroicotnK tirdl- I OS Big
vlded.It nance wan. received liy, me and approved I"' : :
:4i'' .shall be the duty of the City by me on this the 14th day 4.Pago'
: Safe 7(1C(
\: } of Bald A. Quart
'" Marshal upon placing any ; nf June D. 1941.IIAROLD 10'
No 300
I iI. ( animal.* In the pound to forthwith i'. WAT.t. .
;. t'\t; notify the owner thereof. If known Mayor of the City of Starke We've Color
?Ly 4t In writing or verbally of such Im roril'OKATB SEAL FOOD STORES S cum I CII8 Suda- -
pounding of said animal givingfull 7-9 2t 7-14 With Meat BallUbby'. .
..r'" I a the said description.animal If thereof not redeemed and that] I Ever Quantity; Right Reserved PriceList

'+ "i and taken from said pound fees. coat after. Notice In. hereby NOTICH given that the Spaghetti Prices Good Thru Saturday, July, 17th Only SwerlLarge I
\\,11, paylnc the Impounding I undersigned. la engaged In buclnexsunder Held! !
within three
and :
chances expenses the fictitious name of Western .
.::,',1'I ( daya provisions. will I be of sold the ordinances pursuant to relative the Ante Associate. Store at the No 2 Zit PkgFlorida' 31C
following address IIS West Call ..
In the owner
6e thereto. cane Target or NationalCorned
shall not St., Htarke, Pla., and Intend to
.I II' la not known and they ; .
i.. ;. redeem said animal no Impounded register the said fictitious namen Ovfn
limit of thisordinance the office of the Clerk of the Beef Veal or Pork Liquid Starcb
within the three daya
Circuit Court of Tlradford County yr8r aa
Marshal shall tnrth..r'j'
tttq\ the Beef 39c
t with advertise. tha said animal or :Fla.J. : 12-oz Can
F. 115 West Call Bt., li.VttJ
anlmala. for sale by posting within Mor ,: Ray-O
Starki Fla. [
1 the City three written or "
1 notices of the time and place of t.9 4t '.3. (
...r'j'' sale for at least rive consecutive amppivifTi 13C
days previous to the data of role. '!V CIRCITIT COI'RT BRADFORD 12-oz Can 47C Quart
., If not reclaimed within aald time, COIIKTY/ FLORIDA IN CHAN: .
:t. 1;, he shall aell said animal or anlm CKHV. \ -' Ck Bat & / ---
t".. ala at public auction to the niftiest. Annie Mae Sharper' Plaintiff ".. Beechnut Peanut oice Swift HOUleholdStak
:, and beet. bidder at the pound In ,Clarence Sharper Defendant. Case. \
'y said City between the legal hours. No. 8889.
of .sate on said. day. ORDER OB1! PUBLICATIONAND Chuck Cleanser
I li!i ::* That all monks. received. bysale theMarahal NOTICE TO APPEAR<< .. Butter11ozJar ; -
either. from the of STATIC OF FI.OHIDA to: Clar..n..eRharper. Lb 79c Roast lb 59c .
; such anlmala, or from the owner whoHa. residence. la un.
when the animal la redeemed. by known. : ': I II c
331 CanLovctfa
',( the owner shall b. paid to the You required to Shoulder Brisket
t CltyTreasorerof the (City and theMarahal July 8rle84 In the 0".P.m:3Court : .. _
shall take his receipt. for ; and cause, wherein plaintiff Roast Lb 63c Stew lb 39C -
U't/ th. .same City. Treasurer. after puyInic :seeks. divorce. Bradford County ( Obelisk FlourBallard's- f The Sweet SoapSweetheart
all costs A expenses Incident to Telegraph shall publish thla. OrderIn "
f I.;''It" the Impound"" and tale. of auchantmaU next four weekly Isauea.'Wltneea J I
.'J;'(.Ii': shall hold the balance, If .
? ha my hand and offlrlalseal : Round Cutlets
.n:( any. In trust for the owner "f orT-Bone Steaklb89c
1i .1 said animal or animal. If the at Htarke "FloNda this June
balance ao held In trust I* not U. 1948.
"! :" claimed within one year front the I(OFFICIAL! SEA) A. J. Thomas
.I'' data of the ...I... It shall ha paid A. Clerk of said Court. : 5 Lbs 48* ..- 2 RegCIs 1 Jge
if"' : Into the general fund of the City )Q. K. Ferryman. Btarke. Florida. Gov't Graded!: .. Plate Stew.p und 39c
,'I and become City property. Atty. for Pit. ,.85 4t 7-11 .
1\\\ ":> f Th. feea charged. for impounding Sunshine Sirloin Steak Pound 98c Bee Brand Wall and
I; and keeping of said animal. shall IN CIRCUIT COUNT 8R-'OFORO

"J b.For aa follows the aalaur.: of any horse. ass. COUNTY FLORIDA IN lll.VNCBHY BEEF
f' i'': mule cow gnat sheep or anyother Lawrence Rosen Plaintiff vs.. Pyl- Krispy Chuck Roast Pound 69c Screen Spray
1 .Ii{&; animal mentioned In thinor via Konen Defendant. COM No.
I' any other ordinance unless. differently .. : Rib Roast Pound
l" specified. shall ba 12.50, 88111.ORnER OF PtlBLIfATION 73c
'L and should the .same animal be AND NOTIC-K TO APPEAR! Ii Crackers, Med 14c 39C
:fl" aalaed under the terns of this ordinance STATE OF! FLORIDA to: Sylvia "It'I Quart
,1// more than once the fee Rosen. whose. residence. and addresss Best GradePure a'.'" ...,..
t shall be II.DO plus $..00 additionalfor I Lovett's Fresher Sea Foods
III I each neliure.For i iss : I7B5 KlngBbrldga Terrace, Bronx I I Hava-plna Sliced _ _
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1" each flay'a retention and : '
.. I.y feed of each horaa.as, mul., cow, You. are required to appear on Lord Lb 25' Fresh LargeShrimp
4 goat, sheep or any other animal, August 9, 19411 In the above n"m.,1Cuurt Pineapple7oz
; m the fee .hall b. U.00.Th. and cause, wherein plaintiff .. Lb 49c
seeks divorce Tlradford CountyTelegraph
; Marahal shall be allowed by !
jI shall piilillnh thla Ordern
four Isauea.Wltnesa ( 16c DeLuxe White CrabMeat '
'N i next weekly A Can Wilsco Sliced Mt. Vermont Sliced 12CBACON
my hand and official :
RULED PRACTICE PAPER seal at Stark, Florida, thin July : ::: iLb 79c

1'11'1 941$. for school children 7S (I. 1948.OFFICIAL.. SEAL) A. J. Thomas lb 59c Lb 79c
ream*-Bradford County Tele- A. Clerk of said. Court. Fresh LargeMullet
r.' Frank l.andrum. Mtarke. Fla.
Fresh Ground All Beef
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