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 30, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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of t Headquarters Cornsecon afternoon of July: 1.1th to make : ..F I

1It1'8 d' Battalion 124th ready for the rest of the com

of whom are i from pany. This ad\anr* detachment !* ';

rf all and surrounding "onslsted of Lt. Thonnj C. Hazen. '. ,

cid county completely organU Sgts. Kirkland. Theodore J, Official Countu Publication Established In 1877 I

.rf now at Fortn Goodie and Goodman Pfc's M. ',
operation '
S.in Cf' full> Reddish and V. L. 1I:: ,\pllng. VULl'MB" SE\ENTY STARKE. .;I.ORIO.oFRIO.."., JULY SO I94A NUMBER FORTr- Ni '., $l'

cordingto a commun- "When the! company arrived I .t ,

received this week fromC on Sunday was to mom set hit; the first Warren Speaks Here Tax Reduction Requests Denied Board ?'. II IiS Ir I--
Gottberg. a member thing up communica Doctor By ; Clean-Up' Drive
:,t. Young I Funds I ,

L OUtfIt. Approximately are engagedfivo fifty the tions.command The line of crew Lt. A.is K.under Cnrsle. Another Protest Session Called MondayAll Officially Ends; Lighting I,

/Guardsman weekS encampment '. The linemen wer, S/SRt.; Dies protests against the 10li> R. A. Green requested the assessed City To Continue
| They expect tothiS Merrill Rdwards. Cr rpoml? C'f-!' 4i tax: assessments were rejected value on his home locatedat Approach Goal; I :

JackSon.weekend. ford M. Gottberg, Private First'iass by the Board of County CommUilaners the Intersection of Walnut and Last Saturday saw the "end"of I, ,

cottberg writes: <. Bill Frisbee u-d Prh'ate'tPau' State.FarmDr. at a meeting July 1:,. Tnoksrm! Streets, be reduced from the City's, non-ending Clettn-up 'I,1 1 '1' 11neaayioo' 'f' ;

IOf men have been out E. Canova, John H. Spence And the Commissioners convene' 8000. Investigation by the Campaign.

I I the range; beginning at ind Ben C. Holtzend.rf."Everybody as a Board of Equalizers put Board revealed that $. ,OOO of At least. that' the way Starke i

rifle morning. We fired for know 4 our boy John William Murray Jr., their stamp of approval ou the thin value Is carried as Home Mayor II. C. Hall put It this week Illumination for Bradiord ball I

|,.the few days ago. The food Henry*, ,Is Manassa. WlMl at camp 31, resident physician of the Florida unchanged Tax Roll. stead property and not subject as helping he thanked.with the the rltlxens for park was "ready to go" this week { .
e > our soft ball tore week
1,1 good. lt'* like being manager. State Prison, died suddenly But tax payers still have another to taxation. Mr. Green then requested the Lighting Fund committee !I i
very drive uhlrh as ,
He has began July 9 and end
promoted the garnet between that the total allst'IIRe.1valli"
at his home at the Prison. Mon opportunity to protest reported that lighting equipment .'
f. ed July :24. .
think that each and every our company: and other day July 26 as the result of a !. their 1913 evaluation. on his home bl placed at had been delivered to Starke. .
Mould .
like to thank
I is enjoying himself companies."I've heart attack. He had been PriSon The Board denied all five! requests I $ ,Ooo.I the pro- Over $3.5OO have been collected .

I here although I do believe been wonderlnn who the physician for 15 months. ; made by citizens In an I State Senator' Charley E'I pie who have cooperated In the toward the $4,000 goal which 1" : .
three .f'
Meek" .
\t\try:! man will be move guy was that slept on the flooron Funeral services were held I : effort to lower their asMeasments. I Johns requested that the'assessed 1 ....,,,1. -nut Campaignthe I would also!' Mayor to be used to equip Bradford park .t:

I glad to get back to good the way up here. Poor tallow! Tuesday July 27, at 3:30: p.m. In' and thus their taxes as made by value on the former T. A. Bn,". to', stress that the like with lights mutable for night, .

srke..t he couldn't find a bell How abcut St. Mark's Episcopal Church. Rev. the TAX Assessor on his 1913 son property on Walnut St. be Campaign 1 Is !. baseball, Softball and football.The l I :
: '' over, and
of the fellows have-never It Private Frank P. Miller?! Could Bertram E. Simmons officiatedDr. i Tax Roll. But another meeting redu".d l from the assessed valueof continue to do that Its the'*City will, lunds 'are'' derived from a $1,500 \ ., '

J the service. Those reL vou answer our question' ? Murray was born September -1 railed for Monday August 2. $7,000. All part. City contribution 2.085: In personal r
that are getting the big. "Corporal Virgil Rol>!nsnn and 29. 1916. In Fitzgerald. Ga. I's permit more protests--this Mrs. B Jacobs requested. that during the sugar and honey contributions from localcitizens "
Campaign, since
at his men are doing i fine job on against the assessments the and the rest from collections -
Iklck out of being camp. He served In World War II a* as the assessed value of $8HOO on Mayor retried that 1
those fellows. I the switch board. They era Privates made by the Tax Assessor and "many" lots taken at the ao'ftball
all new to a Navy flight surgeon with the her Madison St. property be re- Mere cleaned' :i
company here at Fort i James B. Godwin Pnul Ca. rank of Lieut. Senior Grade. He I as approved by the Board. duced. up without the games.About. .
r owners knowledge and I
stand up against nova. and Ben C. Holtzendorf. also service Mrs. Maude Crews entered an then n $500 is yet needed to t' ,
can saw as a physician "After carefully consideringthese charge placed
n Corporal Owen E. Mllu and Private !- against the property. and 1
[ of the companies. All aboard both a transport ship anda objection to the assessment of completely pay for the lights '

any men are really on thee First Class Henry Manassa Coast Guard cutter. The doctor her property containing two requests objections, and Stressed anyone desiring to contribute 1 .' i i.

e stand ready to take over in case assumed duties at the State houses just beyond the Woman's testimony they were denied by during the cleanupperiod sand checks payable to the Lions tt i
of Private Maxie the Board" read the Equalisers' were the cutting of weeds" Box 548. I ('
| it Fort Jackson send our emergency. Prison immediately after being Club on Walnut St. The propertyIs the Club Athletic Fund.
Carter for aid, minutes. "After careful examination cleaning of trash with spe- The Lion. Club with assistance ;' I
[ everyone at home. reported : call this discharged from the service in __IEl.m: :._ 0 assessed at 97.000. elM Stark, 't
to of the Tax Rolls and the emphasis on tin ease and officials. Is r
later comunlcatlon from morning. Corporal Rene Garcia Washington state 15 months ago. Mrs. W. H. Nollman objected othr from City f.
reveals that the order him to drop the reel of *o the $12,000 assessed value on values extended thereon, they mosquito breeding places, sponsoring the lighting project. 'r, ': r

Gottberg Starke and vicinity. : telephone wire but Mtx'e' ''poorboy" Dr. Murray. who had been ill "While I expect to be kind and 'ter property located on the were declared just and equitableand and the elimination of dead andIteas The lighting" 'fund committee ::. i.

tn i from with some 2,000 forget to" remove his foot. for a month and had confined |lust an Governor It !. only !South' side of Madison Street. were duly accepted." trees.' Property_ ownerswere said last week that If the field j: j
[are in camp himself to his home was aloneIn also asked to
National Guardsmen from The reel weighed '\ mere 88 natural that I lean In the direction !Since= the property has a homestead But another meeting, to allow paint their became a. paying propositIOn. subscriptions *. t I
his house when the attack oc- premise If .
f possible.There's
have entered the final pounds.A of Bradford County because exemption. $5,000 of the protest on the Tax Roll as approved which are made to the I I '
cured .
It, Fort Jack. i certain private wanted to around 1:30: p.m. Monday.He sseMed value Is exempt from by the Board. ls called no reason why we fund will be refunded to those I
In electing
of the
of training managed to telephone another part you played can't keep Stance In good 1
shape I ,
taxation.: for Monday August 2, at 10 a.m. making the donations. f'f; \
_nd will break camp and re. know If a 3 cent stamp ho physician before falling to the me to the Governor's chair Fuller -- the Mayor said. "The City will Those who have made contributions I I ,
home next Saturday. July' bought In South Carolina wouldbe Warren Democratic nomine I
floor where a colored 'prisoner continue to cooperate In all cases, of this .
ring their two ,weeks stay good In Florida. Anothpi rookie immediately found him. Attending for Governor told n large Bradford ; Softball Still Has Sports SpotlightAs and with the help of the citizens week are through: Wednesday I ,.

received the same gen- misplaced his rifle stock. So\ ] audience In speech I
[ County a
have physicians attributed his death we'll!" have a clean community" T. Frank Landrum. ,t
I training that Is given tofccrults he asked Sgt. Thomaj S. Will- which occured a few minutes after here Tuesday July 20. Warren Biflrirs-- And- Baker Win_ Semi-Final_ _n__ ____n_ Of $100: Fred F. Stump. If -l I ,

In the regular Army'sweek lams where his wooj work was. the attack. to a heart failure I Is shown above an he stood on Koch Drug Store '" 'r l'I"I" ,
Softball in still holding the'porting team dropped a non-series L. A. Canova. H. C. Wall AgencY : it
gameto I
[ "Tech. W. Drake has
basic course. Sargeant causedby a blood clot. I the South steps of the Court- Lot Of '
Fishing J.: McOriff. J. P. Roberts J'lor.o t
spotlight with the National the Starke All Stars on July 0. I'
Corp. Gottberg. who In >een doing a good Joe of hand h "* and addressed the crowd I.
I The deceased Is survived by his Guard team scheduled back 17 by a score of 7-6. ida Bank at Starke. Electric Service ,1i j
for the Bradford Ung the men in our hear MM "Thanh Vou" '
indent company. gathered to f
Even though Ail wife Mrs. Elizabeth Murray; his ')n the scene In the near future. The outcomes of recent gamesare and Supply Carpenter's Drug j// i :I
r Vi.lt; : they seem to speech. Here Last 4
IV YearDo .
father J. W. Murray; His mother Denmark Furniture Company 'I
detachment of eome to him with their troubles. The Guardsmen have been absent : .' Store << :
e advance National Guard ar- Will he be the saire when he Laura Wilson; four small children The dapper Jacksonville attorney from Bradford ball park while attending Tuesday July 20 Blgga!:' and and Dr. H. H. Adams.Of ',' i
harks Patricia Gail. Vera Gay also Incited the County to $50 'H. A. Bishop 8r. Mr. \,
a two week summer encampment Baker beat Rosier Gas ,5J : :
Jackson the gets back home? much fishing last ? If I
at Fort on nnrtlelnate htan year .
John W.. fit and Robert Allen: In bill January at Fort Jackson S. C. Monday. July 26 Junior Women yoU didn't and Mrs. Bill Mundy. Charlie

and a sister Mrs. Mike Smithof rural which Is to he more ."('01I On tap for the next few davs tromped the Bloomer Girls somebody certainlydid. .Johns. Dr.. J. M. Hembree. Torode ''t : t

Est New I orful and Impr.. ,d\"e" than any t I I
Jersey.Pallbearers A. J. Thomas.
Chevrolet Company
Of Education Rockets Up I Ira three promising: games with 1412. According to records found _In 1
ever enjoyed by any State. Austin Winkler and Carl Johns. .
were J. G. Godwin the National Guard featured In Tuesday July 27 Rosier Gas : the office of E.K.

| County Discloses Report J. M. Hembree. H. M. Rlchude.H. I two In order to catch them up beat Coca-Cola 2115. Ferryman' whose County business Judge Is the' Of $33: S. R. Johns' Grocery. .* ', 1' I

O. Bates F. J. Miller and R. Nominee Roberts In the series. Coming up are: The results of Thursday's: game granting of licenses, 1086 fishIng Of 9291 Coca-Cola. Hogan -' ', I 'J
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Hucatlon In Bradford County transportation and the school I W. Dorm Saturday July 31, Lions Club between Biggs and Baker and licenses were purchased between Smith O. L. Fatten, Bill Graham ", .t
Wag to be big business.I lunch program to the t tune of 37.,I Interment was tentatively set-for I Prenent At vs. Rosier Gas Company. Coca-Cola was unknown at press July 1, 1947 and :June 80. B., K. Ferryman. L.' A. Dayls. '(;;; t

I over $400,000 was spent 789. Fixed charges such as in. Thursday In Charleston, S.. C. RepresentativesJ. Tuesday Aug. 3, National Guard time. 1948. That means that lOSe folksIn Robbtiut Clothing Store. V. 8.fit. II 1 ( .t ,I

1 year for public school In- suranee rent etc., came to $8. vs. Coca-Cola. All the games start at 7:30: or around Bradford County John" Darby's Drlggers FurnitureCompany ', '
P. Roberta. Democratic nominee In Bradford. park. There .Is Farm, Home and Auto t .
lion In the County. And as 709. while the Administrative Con Thursday. Aug. 5. National p.m. took rod or pole In hand and '
that'sord trol (Superintendents Office)) Seven Enlist for State Representative no admission charge but the pro- Supply. 84*' Green. New Method .
be determined
|u can Guard vs. Biggs and Baker.BIA'gl trekked off to a favorate fishing '
before In theft took $13,899 to remain open. Op., from Bradford County returned ceeds gathered from "pasntng tilehat" h Cleaner** and ,Florida. .. Power, and .r I r .
and Baker ctftne" forth ;jM.during the yes.. 'u "* .\, I f V" : \
history has so much eratlon of the plant (buildings( Sunday from a. three 'day.ittayin are' placed In the Lighting And these licenses LtrhC'bIC'. .: :'

|dotted to better the eduea- etc.) ,took:$14.259,1 while repairs:''InAnny'Here Tampa where he attended the as shining winners In the semifinals Fund for securing modern light about 1.75 each cost averaging the fishermen Of $10.. ""JV. A. Bessent. ,! t '
CaucuS after tromping the Lions ball Houston Titus Olson F. ; ,
standards of the County's "nd 'replacements ran over 9. State Representative's ing1 for the park. approximately U.898,5O. Harry "t I
held at the Tampa Terrace Hotel. Club in two straight games. On Members' of the winning Biggs All of this ties In with C. Holllngsworth Tom Burrell. r

facts were revealed this 000.As one amn1e, of what this Bradford County boys are giving "It seems that everyone is Tuesday July 13 Biggs and Baker and Baker team are J..rryVar. State Game Commission announcement a C; A. Knight. Dr. A. Y. Coving- t: ; .

the Army plenty of brisk busl- whipped the Lions 17.14. and ncr! Jake Keene manager Jimmy ton and J. H. duPre. I. '
when the office of Arthur money does for the County about going to cooperate In the next that the 1947-43 season '
ness these days. two days later the Lions lost again Reddish. Steve Balslck Robert Of $3: Guy H. Sale 8. III. I "d i
t1ae.! Bradford County Supndi'nt 126.000 was snent last year to Mr. Roberts I was the biggest, fishing
Legislative year
the tune of 8-3. These and John
to and Leslie Biggs, Shi and Austin Sparks Lacy Conway '
of Public Instruction. operate the School Lunch Program Seven young Bradford Count- In Florida's history. The Commission '" f I II
said Wednesday. "Certain two put Biggs and Baker Smith Tony Lacosta Carter, Powell. :
red Its annual report which with five school lunchrooms fans joined the colors last Mon games I reported that 220. oo persons <
stressed especially the matter on top of the aeml-flnaLs but the Slkes. and Spence I "
be sent to the State Deot.Ueation one each In Lawtey Hampton day morning when T.Sgt. Curran were bought fishing licenses during .

: in Tallahassee. There ,' Starke Brooker and Hell- M. Potts held forth for the Army of taxes and moat of us were thn fiscal year to shatter all Berry Growers; .r li )

'I | for the fiscal year. bronn. recruiting service In Poatof flee. In agreement. The majority believed Haynes Passes Exam Johns Begins DutyBert previous records.It C. of C. Officials 'j t

nln f July 1, 1947 and ending I i Most of the money for the Increased Three of the group wanted no' that there Is no necessity was the Commission's biggest J

30. 1943. educational benefits have Ime In these surroundings. for for higher taxes but that funds Othma Lamar Haynes son of Johns who resigned/ from year too. It reported that Discuss Acreage :Ii!' '_1'1 ,

akdown, of the figures I come from the State. And that hey left Monday. afternoon for I Mrs. O. L. Haynes who resideson the Starke police force two total receipts reached a record t''

I I that $433,230: was avall- brings us to a look In the future. duty. The others are expecting to already accumulated can be used. Water St. In Starke passed months ago because of Ill\ health $1.021.000 Approximately $IM,. The pressing need for Bradford ;: i

for expenditure during the Just how much State aid can be leave next Monday Mr. Roberts said that a fence the Florida State dental exam resumed duties with the force 000 of the total came from fishIng County Is bigger and better J'' ) I

.., year and that $33,149 of expected for the present ((1948- Those Joining and the outfits law and taxfree gas for farm I ination held In Jacksonville Jun last week.. Previous. to his licenses; $101.000( from. hunt. strawberries r I I'" '. ,

amount was not utilized\ and : 49)) fiscal year? they chose were: use were discussed, but that no 28 to July 3. It was announcedthis resignation he' had been a member Ing permits and the remainder That was the decision reached k; I

cirrlcd over Into the present Bradford Countv will receive William F. Ros er. 17, Rt. 1, conclusions were reached on these week. He was one of 86 to of Starke's police as. an "ex from miscellaneous fees. It was by a group of leading* Bradford J..

Cf the amount available $290.604 for school purposes In Starke. U. S. Air Force. matters. I pass the examination.: tra" for two years and a fnembrt the first time In the State's history County strawberry growers and. ; i I
t $I27S Dr. Ls recent graduateof of the regular force for two several Starke Chamber of Commerce Ii
thousand Haynes a
her that
from from
came Mrs. Roberts accompanied receipts fishingbad
1948-49 under the estimated an- James H. Gasjett; 17, Starke.U. I officials who met Unit Saturday t
State, about $100 thousand the Emory school of dentistry. months. exceeded those from I'
the hunting.
Florida husband trip.
nual allotment of the S. Air Force. in the H. L. Brownlee i 'I 'i.
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1 th -
County and District Fund. : I
the State Foundation Program Ronald M. OrlffLs, 18, Rt. 1, warehouse to discuss I Increasing'- ,I ,
rut from balance on handFedoral The State distribution which will !Starke.' 1st Division in the of berries In the I '
Cavalry acreage
Editor Shows
From Peace Of '
1 revenue. I be matched by a smaller contribution Tokyo. Japan. Latest Dispatch Mind County I '
C bounding stride taken bv
by the County. will provide ]
forlf Charles J. Hardenbrook 19 Rt; The berry growers asked the "
County education the ,
In $209.089 of the State of Florida .
'f...., years Is illustrated salaries 2. Starke. 1st Calvary DivisionIn Thumpers On Odlund's Chamber to keep an up-to-date

> \w amounts aptly made available funds$20,399 for for instructional transportation: 30.; Japan. And Loving Georgia, Island record of strawberry plants for'' t i4'aale

""I'icaton: In recent years: 668 for other current expense; Philip J. Aspnwall. 17. Rt. 1, and when they are ready t ',

MJ 1145.714 and $30.568 for Capital Outlay Starke. Medical Department. Staff NoteFoUowlnc Odlund's Island. When you get for setting and a list of those I
.. I Is a second In the!' needing plants. I'
.44 t
178,818 bored counting the water hyacinths ,
and debt service.We'll Stephen D. St. John. 22, a Navy,
'.n series "Matthews vs cUlllzatlon"In ::1 In the line of financial aid U I
203.973 know by January 1, 1949. veteran Starke. 1st Cavalry DI. you can always pass an
for the '
hardworking ( farmers Chamber Informed
'46 which t !II'
280.056 the actual amount of State aidwe'll vlson in Japan. 'Idle hour observing the love life
-17 untilwe 13: years) vacationing Telegraphowner growers that Herbert Deal of t ,
,-4& 435,230: get for schools. But Tommy V. Hicks 17. Rt. 1, \ and editor E. 1.. Matthews 1''v of the Georgia Thumper-those. the Farm Home Administration r II I

Ut hear different we can expect Starke. Medical. Department. point out the faults. of -I "1111'8' snd Mripnus hoppers that would ta'k to any worthy per. I
where Schools to again
t for did the $400.000) the Bradford County Hicks. Asplnwall, and St. John world and die advantages of infest the Island' l and surrounding IlIOn needing financial help In t \
\ our
education this
and last year 1'0'11 spend $427,768 for education left last Monday\. for active !duty loafing' In his paradise on 04lund's marshes at this' time of year No acting strawberries. I ,
traction the biggest Item, year. while the rest expect to leave on Island. : nne knows lust why they call The Chamber also Informed I I

'h (teachers' salaries). I At least that's what the School August 2. them Oeorsrln Thumpers except I the growers that the Florida. .i

JI COIn.?. The to the grand total df, Board listed as expenditures in Sgt. Potts whose headquartersare By Gene MatthewsODLUND'S jfor j- that the natives sny nothing gnoil State employment Service said '1'f\
next: Item was for its proposed 1948-49 budget. that
--_ in Jacksonville\ and who recruited ISLAND, July 23 ever comes from Gennrla. It's plenty of migratory strawberry ,'"

the boys for service. said Motor mating season. and the Thumpertseem pliers' would be available '1, I

Cement Ends Burglar Caught that he is in the Starke Postoffce Special to Telegraph the mall via man's blissfully. unaware of tho toe Bradford County next sea: '.
Boat Express)- outsiders. son. It
Intrusion of After a was stated that pickers
; the hoursof
Years Service Hiding In Bath; every 8 and Monday 12 a.between m. to recruit men kicker runs out, of gas before it day or two you. get used to thorn! appeared to be no problem. but !'

""Mrs. Fernandez Receives PenaltyNavy for the Army and Air Force. reaches the mainland. I may beat They don't Jump around fran. that aiding the farmers in plantIng .
this dispatch back to civilization. berries
tically like our pint-sired Inln4 was a major Item.
the nearest shady spot torn sail for Odlund's Island You
rrt' R. James ]M.\ Cain rode to fame. on The Chamber
but announced
S. A.G. hoppers seem qulte"contentto that it
Fernande who has Fireman Third Class Aircraft Workers out the anchor and Just sit there should have seen the expression: I I
WIth a risque novel entitled. "The Post mind to is now making plans for the 1930
the Starke Postoffice McElhaney who lives In a cot- counting the number of water on the face of the guide when he sit around paying no :

O\'ff 30 years resigned from rage In the rear of Mrs. E. L.irgs' Urgently Needed, man Always Rings Twice. DownIn hyacinths that float by in an started looking in the car for mv anyone (except. perhaps an attractive marketing season and U. plannln [
PO5ttLo this neck of the woods. he does vice to sponsor several FFA 4JId
effective last .June residence on Walnut St., hour. I find this much more rest fishing tackle. All he could find lady Thumper-or
Says Employe GroupThe not ring at all-he Just put-puts. versa). 4-H Club boys In a protect to !
received something of a surprise ful and the net result In termsof was a box of books and a portable iHdsmen
When! frs. when he returned Tf Hollywood ever gets caught up One day, to break the monotonya grow runner or setting straw, ,
Fernandez began Wednesday. July 21. expansion of the Jacksonville fish Is Just the same. typewriter. That latter item P?
old standby berry
plants in
*,>ti! with re-hashing that Bradford County., .
tile the Postoffice, it's site home about midnight and Naval Air Station under the "The Ponv Express", the moguls Odlund's Island (In case your saved the day and my face. however I' little I almost! took a trip out Stressed daring the meeting '

Ua present location of the discovered most of his clothes in recently approved Congressionalplan it movie land could come down geography needs oiling) Is right for he evidently mistook It Into the Gulf of Mexico-quite wa that agriculture musi be

Fish Market on East the front yard skiller aircraft for some new fangled kind of Involuntarily of course. Usually
calls for 1.000 epic onThe where the Suwannee River em- recognized: as the main
hoet here and do an exciting Industry
and the office boasted A burglar somewhat Intoxlcat- workers Mrs. Helen Rod Kicker Express". It runs I ties water from the Okefenoke tackle box. I I[ when I take niy morning paddle In Bradford County and that Increasing -
kld52 r.tploye.% Since then. Mrs. ad. was found residing In the man. Manager of the Gainesville twice a week-on Tuesdays and Swamp into the Gulf of Mexico. But don't get tha 'Mca I Cm at around the block I stay inside I| ) strawberry acreage Is ;
has and
a to helped the office bathroom. Sailor McElhaney office of the Florida State Em. I Saturdays. 'I| Legally It'. a part of Dixie Coun cater) fish when I take a notion the canals that branch off from one way' to build up the Industry. 't
the officers M. M. Morgan the river and flow between the I ,tOn 'I
present location of Starke police Service announce4 this and I
but for all Intents -
Rart ployment Folks down here are very considerate ty, purposes to. Why only yesterday afternoon
Furniture Comp.y and and R. V. Alvarea made the |, "out of this world"- Islands and marshes. But this ,
to week. and tactfuL They would It's Dean's List f
tile I made quite a nice haul-a good .
new I felt little
Pw particular morning a
*<>' ce bulld- capture. of aU OUT. You leave
In l&t Skilled aircraft workers not dream of saying so but I and I do mean ,
I. Justice was administered by and sized bream about the size of my venturesome so I paddled downstream I
Old Town J.
at 1:.
11- to apply immediately know think I'm Just a little the highway Denmark. son of Mrs.
seen In Court types are urged they hands). I In the river not
the Ilncle employe Mayor H. C. Wall City 23: mile southwesterly hand-(I have writer's a ways, Smith '
Odlund'SIsland start a Denmark
"teched to come to of 200 St.
to I.I() the local office of the bit Bay, ,
at the landlubber head
ca.tp during the height last Monday. 'NOT, for'the sole purpose trek to tne 'coast over a road fetched him (or her as case bothering my In Starke. was placed I"on the

r Blanding WIlen the Blan- Final score-$23 fine'and -eo Florida State Employment Serv Of course I have that was presumably hewed may be) triumphantly to the island with such technicalities as tides Dean's List for the 1943
of fishing. Spring
Starke Pottofftce waa a branch 01 days suspended sentence-the limit ice. 334 E. Main St. S., Gainesville fished a little on the side also through the forest primeval by and Ma Odlund's daughter winds currents etc. After a mile ,quarter In Stetson University' at f '
POItofnce the City can give. been Improvedsince. Annie cooked him for my supper. or so I decided I'd had enough'
and hasn't Deland.
"", ; The Poetflow or at the American Legion the! back and stomach. but I Balboa (
has 14 on From water to frying pan In less and turned to start bafk. Right .u
house asign
isn't or
employe It There a The Dean's i iicademlo
krL Thursday mornings or leave List Is based
Hall In Starke on can take my fishing on Ne
Fernandez than an hour! Allow me to say at that particular time a strongheadwind
the entire :
of habitation on j
p worked underHul1 Rest Home easier record
much ,
and It's so a member
of alone.
\ representative I
a that It
where and there was
\Mrtmasters-Newelt but there's no dangerof with pardonable pride. came up ,r at the
stretch List
\ Alvarez the Gainesville office will be available to leave it alone. the best fish I ever tasted. I. one swivel-chair navigator pitting Is in the upper three -
Convalescent was
0',. Mrs Jeannette i Rest and which are Just to make them all feel better getting lost because once you I I percent of the. student body. The J 4
and to discus openings I primitive the el.
Suddenly experienced a strength against
the story of the my
the out
into can't get I Iement.
pr"nt Home moved semblanceof"normallty" start you dean of '
es?. poet- successful In be- and keep up some Stetson. W. H. t, (I
p. r of Jefferson available. Those reach Hill thrill such as I Imagine prehYoman .. The river was flowing! J
Intersection Demory
Stump. : until VfcEWry.
house at the occasionally.rig you Jr. s.ld
01. .
win I do. In his letter rid'
for employment felt when he went the tide and .5
Pernal\dea. Streets this lag accepted off orle "Ut. was going out 1 to
L who and Cherry -the ultimate "Jumping Mr.
ha Denmark.
at real- Service regulations. up a pole and line and paddle from "The record as t k
the be under Civil 'orth to wrest his next the wind was blowing out. Still t
11tn Corner of Water and week. The building was the main drag. I flab Industriously place". tandi a tribute to '*
Streets and It U possible that some may down the elements Instead of the corner not knowing enough to be disturbed I .u your
practical that park yourcar. evotlOft
for Mrs. E. B. 1C1nne,. a the first It is there you
that many years. permanent ratings at the until I come to A A P. I started rowing back every tu*"" first L
Ihe'a blow for a taxi-(excuse : "uy.
with years' expe..1lence. of the Stetson
"enjoytDg my nurse many Station. bend and am out of sight University la .
In Naval Air life here on (Continued ) proud
It'l on
Jacksonville Yes. a great pat
,. these days of ret.l..... from Mrs. Joyce T. Futchof Mrs. Rodman said. j landing. Then I make a bee line me; I mean a skiff)-and setS 0,f you and your achievement.. .1 .

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-=------ ._...___ ._____ I is the final end and goal he Is with Mrs. Thompson and Mr. and BrookerBy was visiting here CrePn dp,.

on a long lost quest which even Mrs. R. S. Rosier Graham noon. Bonk

y : Bradford .County Telegraph Dull Day after retirement shall leave a Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Caldwell. Hele BarryMrs. Starke: were vtalti,,

man who is a shell of content- Peggy and Frances Caldwell visited By Mrs. John McKlnneyWe Saturday. "UtJ!!
; r. ESTABLISHED 1877 E. ItemsBy ment and an Inside of seething Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mack at Mlea Veleta

and Entered a* Seeosxl unhappiness. For he Is materialistic New Smyrna Beach last weekend. I !. Eva Harrell and Yvonne gee and Hod
tr9YnYed Every Friday II. O. Davis are glad to have our pas Cecil Davit of
Flap' and materialism U "realityIn Gerald Cox and daughters Thomas and James Ham-
Office at Starke, Mrs. at Harrell. vllle '
PostMEMBER _.. with us spent
the back the
( a.n Matter a* .. and tor and his wife
--- Geraldine last week weekend
---- the field of pain. Misses Elizabeth. ilton returned home
in Pine Level Mr,.
Service LottI
And actually there may be no Patsy Cox of Orlando were visitors Church He had after a visit to Salt Springs.: guest of !:dwII'fIa
1948 a saying II Church Sunday. her
My wife often repeats Mrs. J. M. Brad- Baptist parents
from escape for such a man by showIng of Mr. and revival meeting at Mrs. J. E. Hardy. Mrs. Mattle Thursday It H
which I think is derived a H. Cox last Wed- attended the of last
outward attitude. ley and Mrs. R. Helen Barry were we k.
pious and
an Hll-
In Barry
91JSO For Six "The best things Buford Baptist Brooker
that Patsy
SJW Annually song goes MUs played
$ and Thursday.
For even some of our churches nesday week. visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dees Archer
In life are free. her home lard last baseball game
route to
Cox was en
have caught the materialistic and family In Dukes Saturday. there 8u
: And although such things are "bug" and Instead of striving for from Martha Berry School In Mann Goodge of Miami spent Mr. and Mr. L. A. Brown were The Brooker Baptist

't.;. SOME VALUES CANNOT BE MEASURED often hard to see, there is an element the betterment of their men over Georgia where she l Is a student last Monday herewith his par visiting In Gainesville Sunday. vltea everyone to CI1.f

: 'Surpassing all other values being: derived from the cur of history and philosophy .. the earth they take vain prideIn :Mary B. and Lois Irene Cox who ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goodge, J. A. Conerly and eons:; Leroy Sunday school at f 10 p"

: %, rent SHOP AT HOME: campaign is the community awaken- of reality-In her quotation. I the size of the church and the had been here with ther grand and with his brother-in-law and and Mereta. are visiting Mr. and preaching services It 11

4 y In that is being brought about. Even the sort of awakening heard a dlstlnguUhed educator newness of the heating plant parents for several days returned sister Mr. and Mrs. Cauley Nip- Mrs. L. W. Barry for a few days.Mrs. BTU at 7:30: o'clock p.
*? speak a few months ago and one home with their mother and sis Harrell left on nigh service at
the Katherine 8
hear times in a day is and the size not devoutness O'c1ot
LliiSs! that starts the grumbling we that many add just so much thin he said has remained in my of the congregation. And unless ters. Bradley Geiger of Jacksonville per.Mrs.. Pledger Johns and childrenof Wednesday to visit relatives In Sunday. S. E. Sparks b

:! beneficial. It produces arguments mind: this. tendency in the church Is who was the overnight guest New River were visiting her St. Petersburg. Mr and Mrs

I:'" more to the new awareness of how surely every home town "Materialism is reality in the altered to a more Idealistic view of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Wednesday sister Mrs. Owen McRae recent I Marshall Mott of Gainesville of High SpringS wtrs RofCoe

:: .'iWI ) person is "his brother's keeper". field of pain-Idealism is realityIn historians who have pointed out went to Orlando with ly. .spent Sunday with his parents, the Plnholsters !

.' The grumblers are absolutely right when they say they the field of values." the church aa a "saviour" of civ Mrs Gerald Cox to visit Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Myrick of Mr. and Mrs. N. Mott. Mr. andMrs.0.w.iL
I Iva I
\t should not be asked to pay a local merchant higher prices Exactly what did he mean? ilizations" predict a downfall of Mrs. Cox and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Gainesville and Mrs Sue Myrick Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hazen of business visitor to

:'':; : "' than are asked for the same grade of goods in another shopping Well. the story is nothing new- the "saviour" and the crashing Bradley. of Lake Geneva were dinner I Monday.Mr. .

i'..T'l; district. The grumblers, too, have the argument on It began long before the birthof chaos of civilizations. During the past week Mr. and guests of Mr. and Mrs Robert : writing.Mr. of and Mrs J w
Ernest Ortegus '
lI h. their side when they insist they are entitled to satisfactory Jesus and the profound significance So If Idealism Is part of my Mrs. Raymond Secrest and their Myrick Sunday. and Mrs Mrs.Ortegus' attended the funeral'
reflects and children Helen and Ralph of and Mrs. Owen McRae and Jacksonville were ler
> 1 ,trading conditions. right up worldly philosophy, please pardonIt. Mr. Mrs. Kate Star- Wednesday atternOoQ
down Call Street. It reaches further Hallandale were visitors of Mr. Harley. and Owen's mother loch Church
well-founded. It's a nice for a be-
l 1 isolated the complaints are concept
cases weekend.
t I,* (! In a few, Into the difference betweenthe ginner In these times of and Mrs R. S. Rosier. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. ling last Mrs. Cecil Moore
shortsighted merchant almost invariably tries to get as high There wll be services at the of c.
: Democratic and Republican Miss June Caldwell spent the A. Conner at Lake Butler Sun- making Broker
4 prices and knowing that the her
&\ ;% :( big a profit as he can. He gouges his customers, under the parties and It may even be seen "beat things in life free" weekend with Miss Madge Brownlee day afternoon.H. Graham Baptist Church next a few days. b

&fM/t): r ,I j impression that since they must' have the supplies he Hells, In the local churches aorta makes me much are richer In Starke. M. McRae was visiting his Sunday the first Sunday of Aug.
/ Ida Johns and daughter
Also there occasionally clerks who
his are
I they'll pay The "materialism" of which than appearances disclose Mr. and Mrs. M.\ E. Griner were brother and sister-in-law. Mr. have been visiting, her slater
l'. .'" t.l", are too stupid to know that it pays them, as well as their the educator spoke Is the con guests o: Mrs. Martin Griner and and Mrs. E. J. McRae, at Waldo Betty, Mrs. E. Strick

\' .i to be accommodating and courteous. Sunday afternoon. and brother,
'y"; 1 cept that all things a physIcal sons in Jacksonville Sunday. M- land and Henry Altman, In Nichols u I
/) But instances of this sort are often created by the customers cause a physical existence, Sgt. Martin Grlner was In Ft. Miss Frances Taylor of Jack- last week. I

: '' '' themselves When business in a town is brisk, competition and a physical death. The maerlalistlc State Farn* Jackson S. C., as an Instructorwith sonville was visiting Mrs. Cauley' Friends here were saddened to 1 I / m11Qlq

; is brisk. When competition is brisk, selling prices concept completely denies Mrs. WhltfleM the National Guard. Nipper Sunday afternoon. learn of the death of Bill Thomasin

f:1' ; and beyond the things you see and little daughter. Kathie.were.-
the people brings to a community an abundance of merchandise their son Alan of Gainesville L. I .
Mrs. H.
visiting Mr. and Hayes
feel, or hear there is nothing. r.
\1. l, ; and high grade service. were dinner guests of Mr. and and family in Gainesville Sunday

,,'. The grumblers too often are not recognizing values that This type of philosophy in our Our community was shocked Mrs. O. E. Crews Sunday.Mr afternoon. PHONE 198S

'I:. t'', 1.canDat be weighed on counter scales nor measured by a day stresses of course the 1m- and Dr.saddened John by W.the sudden deathof and Mrs. P. B. Crews Jr., Quite a number of our church
t nortance of the almighty dollar. Murray Jr., 'at
.4 : yard stick. of Ft. Myers were guests of the folks attended the Singing Con- Dr. U. G. Turner
the residence
We all nave seen around us the Monday ofternoon, and
1'i.1 ", former's uncle and aunt. Mr. vention at Corinth Baptist,
} Mrs. P. S. Crews Friday. Church last Sunday.The .
M.1" Phone 52JMrs. 'ar-never for pride In work or the family Mrs. Crews, Jr.. were called homeon children are looking for
1 1 .rlde In the good that money illness of P. 3SH/;" W. t'llh.NIy
? SERVICE Ilartmann BRIDGE CLUB MEETING account of the ward to the Sunday School pic-
I ; ran do. How different are these I "*
. OlOW r"e Y0ee'I from the Inspired school teachers Mrs. Dennis Fancher entet'rtamed B. Crews, Sr. P. S. Crews and nic at Pine Level Baptist Church Gainesville,

ftiS the State Farm Bridge, Spencer Crews accompanied S. next Thursday afternoon. Rev.
( ., Irking! out a living on meager Club at her home Wednesday L. Crews and Bobble Crews of E. R. Bowers of Hilliard will

" t salaries as some have In the past afternoon of last week. Summer' Starke to Ft. Myers during the speak for us in the evening.

] t STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIESA or the truly spiritual pastor who flowers added beauty and colorto weekend and friends are glad that

: ends his flock at the cost of his the setting. Mrs J. R. Kite they found the condition of P .

i' Complete Line of Builders Supplies own security. was ,winner of high prize among B. Crews. Sr., much better although dktthg'ililiYall/ .

; i nC5 Arros! From S.A.4 Depot -, Delivery- Service And since materialism Is not club members and her award was hospitalization continuesto Pine LevelBy 1
t nverlastlng. It can never bring .
a novelty kitchen accessory! Mrs. be neceaxary. -
Inward peacefulness and well.Inll' Mrs. H. M. AfcRa
Clara Stahl won guest high prize W. O. Ingram. Miss Virginia WASHABLE
R, Sherwin-Williams Paints FairbanksMorsePaint ..
and thus the "Ma-
1"1 savlnr. and received a handkerchief. As Ingram and Delbert Crews have .
:' Your House Home Water Systems eriallsm. Is reality In the field of Thk/\
ifftyj And Pay by The MonthTerms If Desired pain." holder of the lucky card. in bingo II been in Montgomery Ala., this Mrs. Chesley Fogg of Starke at- HYUTA

,)F ''k, ; The exact opposite of mater- Mro. M. E. Orlner won tea towels. week as! guests of relatives of tended church In Graham Sunday.Mr. _
At the end of the progressionMrs. Mr. Ingrain's. Mrs. Engram and and Mrs. Clarence Meltonof
t ; METAL & COMPOSITION ROOFING I'lJIm' is Idealism. We can call. Fancher served ice cream 1 "Sonny" Engram who have been Starke were visiting Mr. and l A

i ( Thick-Butt Asphalt Shlnglo (Green & Bluenull.llnlC Hard- this non-materlal concept of IdealIsm and cake. making an extended stay with Mrs. Berry Dyal Sunday.
I H I bv the name of romanticism
war Hardware Cloth Common and Finish Nails Asbestos. Alabama relatives are expected to Earl Starling an employee of CASEIN PAINTAppD.g
I nr spiritualism not In the mvserv Mr. and Mm. H. O. Bates. III.
}, : 1 Siding Cement Mortar Mix!: return home with Mr. Engram. the Gainesville A &: P Store was
I If cult sense. but In the trim spent several days during the past
;: ....n"<* of snlrltuallnm the t>ure week at Wakulla Lodge at the Mrs. W. H. Parker of Daytona wlslting mother, Mrs. Kate Star- Cuton: vrfat mm
t3 who Jived ling, Sunday. free from edof.. tMswsM. !
..vlntenr Springs. Beach formerly here. quick
o IIn undvlno and llvn" -
'ii: LUMBER All Grades I MOLDING All Kinds Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. F.V.. John McKinney was a business Forlalel'ton nod encrto.
snlrlt. For snlrlt hus
no mll- There
was of visits
.an exchange
visitor to Gainesville Friday of ... tmrm yellow with age HYUTempenslve. \
Ill'Fr lurid hone nor does Idealism. If during the week
when Gayle Lee.Mr. '
:; and Mrs T. O. Williams. last week, N. ....., seers)
there hannenerl Moore
to be fonn'l here
a was with
I' BRONZE SCREEN WINDOWS & DOORS vslcnl bus!* for t I".II.ITI.ld.I-. ; Caldwell and Caldwell Frances Mrs. Jim Williams and Archie' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynoldsand .....er. Q>lckijr sad. tray ipflMV
Peggy was
' "II Williams all of Donaldsonvllle'I two daughters of Reddick and .... HYUTE .to mot a ..*
'm Itself would not exist becauset In Lawtey with Ann Moore.
'," 'f Is n onset. for something not Carolyn Crews has Ca, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Robinson and HIGH-LIGHT REFLICTING
been visiting
Loretta Reynolds .were guests of
' : W. H. Williams! from Friday to
!:,, {; ---_ ---------__ vet achieved. Mr and Mrs. A.. P. Moore in Monday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Call Sunday.

'?? +' Come In And See Our Line of New How. were in the these birth nhilosoohl.a.xnr.ssed of Miami this week having gone and Mra. R. W. Brannen Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McKin-
our na- home with them their
following Store
had their the ney of Holly Hill were called to Sistrunk Feed & Seed
as guests during
tl"n l ? It Idealist.
wss an and truly weekend .stay with Mr. and Mrs. week Miss Pauline Brannen of his mother's bedside Mrs. John
fi 'liberal" Patrick Henrv who deivered O. E. Crews. will
last week. Friends
; Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs
Starke. Florida
his ."rive me liberty' or Guests of the Rlchardes Wednesday ''E. S. Gainey of Plant City and be glad to know that Mrs. McKinney -
rive me death" sneech theverge
il. on afternoon were Misses Mr. and Mrs. Dan and Is some better at this
: Now on display at our store of the Revolutionary War Clark
l"W e TERMS TO SUIT .p-nlnwt Knglsnd.: and Patrick Kayte Harrell and Doris Averitt daughter, Sue of Haines City.
( .. of Cheraw S. C. and Mrs. John Miss Brannen was with her par
w" IIn Idealist when
Ewouds and Mr... A. Rlcharde ents for of her two week
i ALSO USED BICYCLES AND I hll s .ld. "I smell a r..t" and thenrefused Norman of Jacksonville. part
vacation having Just
: __ lla. BICYCLE REPAIRS 1 to attend the Oonstltulonnl When Mr. and Mrs. Milo Sefg- from an interesting Eastern trip
t i Convention In Philadelphiawhere Driving RefreshedIs
lee returned to their home In Tal- with frlencte.
the materialistic cnn ervi -
" l lahasnee Sunday after having Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Murphvreturn..d
"I .fIIII i tlve bed !gathered to write our
'.J. ---. Constitution.And visited Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Whit- to their home In Ft.
: OUT.OA" MOTORS fled since Friday they were Lauderdale Monday after having
Patrick H"nrv was still
I accompanied by Helen Whltfeld visited the former' parents. Mr. Easier
... :Ii nn Idealist when hi wee so Instrumental Driving
who several with and Mrs. L.
m spent days themth..r. W. Murphy for abouta
In for
securing us our .
& .. week. Mr. and Kermit
BIGGS BAKER : present "Bill of Rlg-hta", which Sunday Mrs. -
"rants to me today. the ria-ht to Mr and Mrs John P. Turneyand Murphy and Mra. L. W. Mur-

i t.05"W. Call St. starke. Fla. freely. write these. word*--and the baby of Jacksonville were phy enjoyed an outing at Silver -

-- ... "Bill of Rights" were added three visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Springs.Mrs. .
Turney last weekend. Little Miss "fi WitJi
wars after the adoption of the S({
, ,
."j.1ltU. Constitution. Patrick Henry tru- Mary. Carol Turney who has been E. E. Prevatt ,
here with her grandparents for
Iv believed the greater part of the week returned Honored By Univ. i .
of "Life Liberty and the
t nursult of Happlnesa". None ofthese home with her parents.
Special Announcement! things' are cursed as being Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Johns.Claude Jr. Mrs. Edna E. Prevatt, Starke,

material.It and Kenneth Johns were dinner who has taught In the BHS elementary eu <
guests of Mr. and. Mrs. Alfred
school for many years
fi 1fr DUE TO was the materialistic .concept -
t INCREASING BUSINESS. WE HAVE Thrift In Monlac, Ga., Sunday. was selected. at the Universityof
which orlorlnnllv formed the
'i 4, MOVED TO QUARTERS. OUR NEW They were. accompanied to ManIac Florida for one of the highest -
backbone'" of what we nOw call
:SG'R: :;
i i O AS FOLLOWS: the Republican partv. For they by Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Johns collegiate honors that can
of Sanderson.
be bestowed IItudent-
upon a
.were traditionally, and I ..unooe ;
Following a stay of lIe\'eral' membership In Phi Kappa Phi
J fLACHUA PLUMBING SUPPLIES'WALDO atlll. are conservative businessmen weeks wth Mr. anti Mrs. W. N. national honorary scholastic frat xa
I who considered any chsnpedetermental +
{ North Mrs. Nelle Beavers left on I ernity. Mrs. Prevatt has been
l to the welfare. of theneotite.
Saturday for her home In Tat- attending summer school at the
fJ ROAD On the other hand, n dewnlclnllv lasace, Ala. i, University
Rooseveltnlooclleiw '
''iJ the Mr. and 4 Mrs. B. R. Robinson I Of the entire class, only 20

;CVIP Two Blocks North of Harris FieldGainesville Democratic" revolution"conception. of of 19)3 govern-, the and their daughter, Nan are at undergraduates! were chosen for

home to their friends In their a- the honor. Mrs. Prevatt was one
- Floridatl went. has held that srovernment partment in the Griner home. I I of these and she was one of four '
itself Is responsible for the wel-
S-Sgt O. B. Thompson of Ft. to receive the honor from the

1\ (Former Site of John Camp's Lumber Co.) earn and. of thin Its' wss sublerts born and Social citizens SertirUv -, Brags, N. C.. spent the weekend I College of Education. 'I / ': .

tl reforms 60- _._ ... ,. .. .. .. .. ..
I and f the ----- --- - -
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I. nu*had thrnuugh during the Roosevelt SCHEDULE OF CLINICS

? f{ 1 We Invite You To Come In And See Our Complete reclme. BRADFORD HEALTH UNIT

I .f JJne Of NEW And USED Plumbing Supplies And But; Idealism Itself clln be pushed -

Xi Fixtures too far.. For Instance the (.llthoiigh It has been operating In our midst for several .11 8L/'
i theory of Communism U pu/ely
''I! years many people an still unaware of the many free 8I"nl" lce" N
4 in ordinal form an idaallst1odoctrine. a
that are available to the public through the Bradford Health
"" Even the Roo"eveltlan
tvpe of 1 Idetllsm CAn be distorted Unit. Therefore In order to familiarize our readers with these bYP ox, o

'rtt' .ll*t' to crump the people rather than .ftrl I.f" and for the mutual benefit. and betterment of health of 9 9t

;t: free them, for Is can raise taxes all citizens of Bradford County, the Telegraph to presenting the

t" We Wish To Announce thus stalemate free enterprise fulUmhiK schedule and suggests that reader. clip and file It for

and It Can take the citizen's: freedom future reference)

,,1_ The Opening In order to Insure him a roof :Monday A.M.: ((9:00: to 12 :Foodhandler's) exami-

t ; II over his head. nations: routine blood tests.

As far as government Is concerned Monday P.M. (1:00 to 3:00> Clinic.
t- 4' of Idealism Is not ( : : -X-Ray Only sus-

If perhaps' pects, contact of Tuberculosis cases, and the
word for the upright .citizen.
:,r, tfLf:; IAL FLORIST Perhaps. the word more appro- known ca es. ra
I priate Is "liberal.. as set. forth In Wednesday A.M.: ((9:00: to 12:00)-Foodhandler's) examinations -

.Ie: good dictionary. Today we : routine blood tests; examination.

ill NONA STREET, ST.UIKK, fXA. any associate "liberal" with a Russian care and treatment of cases, suspects and

pinkish tinge but according to contacts of Venereal Disease. .

At An Early Date deflnatlon It is "free from narrowness Wednesday P.M. ((1:00: to :30)-Well) Baby Clinic on

k bigotry or bondage: to 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month. Prenatal -

authority or creed as in religion; (Expectant Mother) Clinic on 2nd and

Inclined to democratic or repub- 4th Wednesday of each month. ,

Watch ForOpening Our lican archical Ideas or as aristocratic opposed ,to as mon-In Saturday A.M. ((9:00: to 12:00)-Routine: ) immunizationsand (; cf: _,5

ri treatment for hookworm and other para-
politics; broad; popular; Rrorea-
Date sive." sites of intestinal tract. Other services per- 1 '

Idealism vs. materialism .U taining to public health.

something of a state of mind A Clerk is available in the Clinic on Church Street

i then. If a merchant on Call St. every week day from 8:30: A.M. until 4:00: P.

''?o Be UGlIer The Maaa&-Bt of feels that he Is serving a function M. for information and other services. jotmo OHO,, AuTMOtlTT 0, Tae COCA.COIA COMPANYT

for the welfare of the public, he Clinic Services are FREE OF CHARGE and all Brad- STARKE .

Mew diaries Schmltt is most certainly an idealist anda ford Countians are entitled to its benefits. COCACOU'BOTl'LING COMPAY-

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message urging the people of this community to shop in local stores is sponsored by- :}I1 t l j

DENMARK Starke TAXI Service G. J. McGRIFF Harley F. Strong
Furniture Co. Phone 150, Day or Nile '," General Electric Products JEWELER
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1 PONT.IACFARM I s :(10 I., :
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C. H. DRIGGERS : 14 ,:i
Supply 'f"-. AUTO SUPPLY
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STUMP'SDepartment Store r..; E. T. SHULL Chas. C. SHEPHERD i I '
StoreROBBINS 'j f* Plumbing & Heating Radios & Seat Covers j

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The Store of Values i *
,.' Drug Store )
Est. 1894 % .; /l'The! MILKY WAY ; f j

FLORIDA BANK ':; Associate Store i I

At Starke A &PFood .. J. F. Jaudon, Owner ;s
Member F.D. I.C. -, Store t SUPPLY
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BRADFORDHardware v Dewey D. WilliamsPainting & Market .s. .
&: Decorating l : vy G
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INSURANCE : I'.' Ed Simpson' Jeweler !s tl
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i r powerfilly silly to a guy who has eating Florida oranges and grapefruit to be
k Mrs. Smith HonoredAt Colson ElectedAs TOO LATE been driving through grove country for breakfast if they could In Florida available ere rlaher,

BridgeLuncheonA Frat Officer TO CLASSIFY . all day and has seen tons of get them, and they want them We
t;1 SOCIETY and CLUBS fruit on the trees and on the and have the money' to' pay for Carolinas have CanteloUpel hot
I J 1 yellow and white color Clarence) William Colson of By RumwU KayA ground: or has followed truckload them but, unfortunately we have Georgia wateMnelOlll

:$hA, :( Office Gladys Mooty Residence scheme was carried out In decorating Stark has been elected treasurer few weeks ago I took a trip after truckload of citrus fruit on never been able to figure out an Honey-dews apples tnJlII
,,, ,' Phone 29 Editor Phone S5 by Mrs. K. O. Duncan of Lambda Chi Alpha social through the way to some packinghouse.I Intelligent system of distributionthat have to from Call011\1I.\
g state driving quarrel
''t '. when she entertained Tuesday fraternity at Stetson University across the realize that in some areas would keep fruit on the mar- and Hak with the "' ,
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Ii;'!! l. afternoon at a bridge-luncheon. where he ia a junior In the mile after mile of beautiful grove that have suffered for lack of raina ket and in the cafes and restur- Joint being thrown out
J. c. Mack Feted Honoree on tills occasion was School of Business Administration country where trees were atlll considerable quanlty of fruitis ants of the country available for we IIIk tor

>,, 1 Mrs. W. Baggett Mrs Roy Smith of Tennelle, Oa., The chapter, organized at laden with oranges and grapefruit poor grade that some has folks who want it. we grapefruit pick in Flol'ldlL Ana

!" Honored At Lovely On Fifth BirthdayThe sister and house guest of the Stetson In the spring of 1947 as and the ground under them sprouted and some is dry, but In We can stop at any hot dog about the up terrible a paper 1114

: Tues. Service Center was the hostess. Sigma Omega, became a colonyof spite of that there are millions stand or wayside joint in any tru. grower Plight
Party blanketed with drops.At and
:,: Bridge. setting Thursday afternoon of last Yellow marigolds and Picardy Lambda Chi Alpha, interna- was of boxes of fine edible fruit avail state in the Union, scream "Coca- Is he going to how In the
/ Mrs. Vernon Silcox entertained week for the party given by Mrs gladioli were used in decoratingthe tional fraternity, in May of thisyear Fort Pierce, In the heart of able in the state and It Is a pity Cola" and and the man will come! his fruit It make.a In

9 at a deaeert-bridge party Tuesday Inez Mack honoring her son J. North Walnut street resl- and now has a membership the Indian River country I triedto that folks who ;want it and are a-runnlng. But just walk Into the to rage Mortimer a Nt\
," I evening at her home on Tenth C. Mack who celebrated his fifth depce of the hostess. of SO. Colson U the son of half a grapefriut for I willing to pay for it can't get It average establishment and ask him the Job ofsomething. Snel'd
Mr. and Mr. Clyde W. Colson buy a City
Street, honoring Mrs. William birthday. Following luncheon several progressions of at a cafe or restaurant. for a glass of fresh orange or .
Starke. didn't any.
A, >> Baggett of Shreveport La. Various arrangements of asters of bridge were enjoyedand breakfast. They Another complaint while I'm at grapefruit juice and they look As I gee It, all .
: <1\J< Arrangements of roses and summer and marigolds were placed to advantage prizes awarded to the winners All I could get was canned Juice it, is that even in the height of at you like you were as nutty asa Meeting, conferring inV,
flowers were used through throughout the center. A Wiggins In Navy and a poor quality at that.I the season many of our eating the world isn't
-1\, > i: out the home for decorations. pink and green motif was car. Rest Home Moves.Charles of the places, Insist,on serving culls and fruit cake. rituatlo Nor going to
; : asked the manager will 111,
.'rtl'i I'' During the evening bridge was ried out In the balloons, baskets Jr. Women NoticeThe fruit of poorest quality and want A guy might expect to find ta*' do' any tilt
by 'with. place "how come" I couldn't buy 15c to 25c a halt while the fruit hard to get at some point good 11II11I
1f.3. '''\\I. played, and prizes were won of candy, and pink cake L. Wiggins 18. son of I poor body gets busy and rtelllgent
l9ei( !,' i Mr*. Arthur Holllday, first prize a five green candles. Jr. Woman's Club will Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wigginsof even a half a grapefruit for I grower Is begging somebody to far distant from the area In whichIt Job of dog

I i i. crystal bud vase, and bingo prices Games were enjoyed and prizes meet Thursday, Aug. 5th at 8:00: Brooker enlisted In the Navy Breakfast He shrugged his shape- i take quality fruit off the treesat U grown, but it certainly ought merchandizing. dlatrlbUIInr]

J went to Mrs. Richard Kiddy awarded the ;winners, after p.m. at the Klngsley Lake homeof July 1 and Is now In San Diego. 'v shoulders and dldn'a look half 15c: a field crate. It just don'tmake
t I" and Miss Lou Beyera. The guest which refreshments were served Mrs. Billy Dowling. Hostesseswill California Wiggins Is a BUS -
he said he was explaining
,t :,: '1\/\/" of honor was presented with a by the hostess assisted by Mrs. be Mrs. Clifford Hazen. Mrs. graduate of 1947. In San Diego, M sorry as sense. 1 I-ALVAREz' Men's Clothln.EatabllahH .
," ''' linen handkerchief from her hostess Resale Colson Mrs. Richard Kldd, W. E. Plummer, Mrs. Willard he Is training as a dental tech- that the fruit at this Millions of folks throughoutthese STORE
was given a pair of earrings. Member desiring to go swimming w
Wiggins who he .
says likes the
out earlier. Just out of curiosity I stoppedIn -- - -- - - -
I' 0, tit! A delicious dessert course was Auxiliary Meets may go Navy, gives his address as Charles -
; t served the fourteen guests by L. Wiggins 858-33-68 Co. 48- at a number of other eattinrplaces
r. 'J! the hostess after progressions of Tuesday AfternoonThe Bradford Land 248 U. S. N. T. C., San Diego to see If any of them had ENJOY FLAVOR TESTED
fresh citrus fruit. None had. Some
p ,y bridge. business and meet- 33, California. '
program Treated For Pests
said It was too much trouble to
t'$1$' 1 .t. Enjoying the evening with Mrs. Ing of the Ladies Auxiliary of the statement
fix, others
..b r' Silcox and Mrs. Baggett were, Mrs. the Presbyterian Church met on With New ChemicalTen Florid Farmers made by the first chap-the fruit NECTAR TEA
Lucille Mitchell -
I Merrill Struth Mlia the lawn of the Naaworthy cot-
\;{; ': Mr*. Richard Kidd, Mrs. Arthur tage, occupied by the Guy Andrews acres of Bradford County Have High Income was no good.Driving

.J: ': )l Holliday, Miss Evelyn Stump, Tuesday afternoon.The land were fumigated for Insects Says State C or C along the highway 1 .

:,9{"_'.1""; ,Mrs.Glenn Wood J. R., Mrs.Wainwright William ,Powell Mrs., devotion,meeting was and opened scripture by, located last named week D-D.northwest with The a new fumigated of liquid Starke trade-,land belonged Florida farmers averaged a net ;both stopped oranges at a and frultstand grapefruit offering bv r I I e 1 2 lb. 53c 1 lb. 99t
++ :: Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs. Jack prayer per farm income of $3,720 last the bag. I bought a bag of each
\,\ Bales Mrs. A. B. Baker, Mrs' Leslie led by Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf. to Morris Carter, Wade year, greater by 18 percent than I i and cut and sampled the fruit

\\I t I.'t"f. Biggs, and Miss Lou Beyers. Mrs J. R. Kite was In chargeof I Ganklns, and Leon Norman. the national average, tHe research It was delicious.

t the and led a round The new chemical, referred to and industrial division of
program I i Since then I have at Cigarettes Any Brand Ctn.
( 1 Supper Honoring table discussion on three subjects: In an "all-out Renders' gas Digest attack"magazine, Is claimedto as Commerce the Florida stated State this Chamber week In of Its resturants In a number stopped of towns, 1.73 Ann Page

s Mr. and Mrs. Davis "Inter-racial Character of American be effective against wire or weekly business review. all in the citrus belt and on only PLAIN OR SELF-RISING .

N, : Given At Lake Home Christianity", "InternationalRural Din worms which cause root-knot "This per farts net Income ranked two occasions was I able to find Salad Dressing
Problems" and "Interna- In plants mole crickets, ants, Florida 17th States anything but canned Juice. In one lona Flour 25 Lbs. 1.50 ,
:j The summer home of the Cal .- tional Situation". A business cut worms, and other "similar last year In contrast to a rank of instance the waitress recommended 67c Qt.
H. Nasworthy' on Klngsley Lake I meeting with committee reportsand pests Once three or four years 8th In this respect In 1945. The rather tomato have Juice when I said I'd TALL CANS
Il fresh citrus
formed the setting for a delightful Is often enough to fumigate. highest per farm incomes In 1947 than can
routine business was led by ned.
kg spaghetti supper party Friday I D-D was inserted In the Brad were received in the central and White House
Miss Lucille Mitchell, in the absence Milk 3 for 43c
of last week, honoringi11 western gTomato
evening ford County land with a farm States where farms are And growers all over the state Ann
q Mr and Mr. Horance G. Davis, Jr. of the vice-president. I Implement, owned by the Walker relatively large. are holding meetings to try and .. '
'l whose marriage was an event of After the business and program, I Fertilizer Co. of Orlando, especially "Official sources reported a tot- see what can be done about the BEANS IN

last month. Mrs. Guy Andrews served refreshments made for the purpose. The al cash Income to Florida farmers citrus, industry. We are in the Nutley Oleomargarine Lb. 34c Sauce
Lovely arrangements of varied during the social hour. new method Is too expensive ex- of $534.377,000 last year. Preliminary midst of organizing a Florida ,

summer flowers were placed at cept for land yielding high' Income copyrighted estimate of. Citrus Mutual which Is hoped will a 2 1 rant

points of interest throughout the WSCS Meetings : crops, Bradford County's values of farm products used on I solve our problem and maybe 'It Crisco Shortening 3 Lbs. 1.17 135cr.
.k rooms of the home. The six card I.agricultural agent T. K. McClane farms and will but If you ask me we needto -
tables used In seating the guestson Scheduled MondayThe remarked this week. Treatmentcosts of farm expenses, made do a hell of a big sales Job
the screened porch were over : $45 an acre. by Sales Management Magazine, right here at home.
', laid with colorful paper' cloths, circles of the Services Womens of Society the D-D Is toxic to humans and brought the State's net cash Income -. Octagon Soap 3 Bars -, 24c
of Christian
When Florldans
Yet native ,
and with operating eat-
Interspersed ,
( Methodist Church will have their must be handled with care. New total down to $227,509,000.! ing establishments Reg or fish flavor
v greenery.'The guests of honor were presented I regular program' and social meet.Inge ly worked fumigated for seven, land days.cannot bo Earthquakes occur on the aver- mer who asks for fresh a custo-citrus Carolina Long Grain Rice Daily Dog Food

;( ; wth an Ice tea spoon in' 3:30!: next pm. Monday, August 2, at age of every 14 1.2 hours, a ma- fruit much that trouble it's to"no fix"good"and or "too 2 Ibs. 39c 3SCOTT'S 1 lb. can
their chosen pattern by their suggests
teases, Mrs. W. H. Hart, .hOIl'j Circle no. I, with Mrs. O. L t=onnelllmproves jor earthquake every 6 1-2 days. tomato Juice instead, it sounds 25c
11 Haynes as leader; will be entertained -
H. Osborne and Mrs. C. H. Whispering Pines
c worthy, as a memento of the occaslon. at the Kingaley Lake home FIRST TOWELS FRESH
Y I|' of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins with,'Mrs Whispering Pines, a tourist BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE 150s--- 15c FRUITS & VEGETABI
Herbert Hitch as co-hostess.,
court three miles south of Starkeon
affair the
hostesses.Enjoying and honored guests were Circle no. 2, with Mrs. F. H.Long the Gainesville highway! has "In The Heart of Town And In The Heartsof r" 6

4 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Smith, as leader, will bt entertainedat recently undergone several notable The People"A Cracker Jacks 4c

Jr., Miss Virginia Sewell, Jim- the home of :Mrs. J. M. Hem- Improvements r for tourist .. Cuban Avocados 3 for
my Cottrell Mr. and Mrs. W. bree on N. Walnut Street.. Mrs. accomodationa and entertainment. Southern Baptist Church For All People Armour's Treet 2&

N.. North Mrs. Nelle Beavers, Norman Richarde' will be co-hos The business Is 49c
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mr. tess. oper- Sunday School 9M5 Training Unions 6:45
ated by T. R. Connell. CALIFORNIA
J and Mrs. J. W. Deavvrs, Mr. and Morning Worship Evening Happy Hour ICEBERG
Mrs James Blackshear, Mr. and Luncheon Held Wed. Mr. Connell has constructedboth Chopped Ham 55c
11:00 -
8:00 Lettuce
Mrs. Callla Manning of Jackson shuffleboard and croquet : 2 Large Heads 2 25c
At Nasworthy HomeMrs. r_ -
ville, W H. Hart and C. H. Nas courts, and widened the cattle- ,

dr ttn worthy. J. M. Hembrep. Mrs. R.P. gap at the entrance to Whispering SUNDIY MORNING"The Cheerios, 7 oz. 16c

'Bl, t9 Stubbins and Mrs. C. H. Na!!- Pines. At present, he Is Installing Joy Of Salvation" no
l Coast Guard Unit worthy were hostesses at a delightful ) lights for night shuffleboard Sunday, Night "That's A Fact" IONA HE.\NS & TOMATO Elberta Peaches 4 Ibs. 39c
C ';i k To Be Here Wed.;. the Nasworthy luncheon home Wednesday on Klngsley at and croquet Flannel-Board Message by Rev. Joe. II. Tiro Sauce, 1 lb. can lOc -

Enlistments Open Mr. Connell and his wife have

lake.Colorful arrangements of flowers been located at Whispering Pines "Vlult The Church With The Visiting. Pastor" UBBY'S Potatoes
A } The Coast Unit Guard from Jacksonville Mobile Recruiting throughout of the the season home forming were used thn I I for over two years Peas, 1 lb. 4 oz. 19c Red Bliss, 5 Lbs. 29c

I Of .. .
j n Recruiting Office will visit Starke decorations for the occasion. Seven r.

4, from 8 card tables, seating the thir- ANY FLAVOR
Wednesday August p.
ty guests, were placed on the Beans Tender
m to 5 pro. and will locate at spacious porch overlooking the Jell-o, 3 for 25c Green, Lb. 19c;]1;
1 the Poet Office. Men interestingin lake. I 6 6

enlisting In the U. S. CoastGuard Following the luncheon NABISCQ 1 LB.
a social
w should apply at this time. hour was enjoyed by the Vanilla Wafers
t 28c
Potatoes |
lob Coast Guard and Navy men friends of the hostesses.- I jg 10 Lb. Bag 49c

tf honorably discharged can now reenlist I
Mr. and Mrs. Roy B. Simmonsof
with a petty officer rating, Newton, Miss., are guests this .

t contingent on rating when dli week of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Col- II SUPER-RIGHT Quality Meats ] TALC 0 FEED D
J Charged, if they held any of the< son.

following rates at time of release: IJ I tr

I Chuck Roast Lb : '
Machinfat's 69c r" 100 LB. BAGS; :
Radarman. Sonarman, Electrician .B o
Daily Horse Feed 5jj|
'p :Mate, Aviation Electronics '
Technician Picnic
FLA. Lb.
.' 5I 1 Quartermaster, Radioman,, Lady Fair Growing Mash 5.MJ
,'} f Carpenter's Mate. Machinist
Mate, Aviation Radioman, Storekeeper Sun. Mon. Aug. 1-8 Laying Mash I 5.69
and Stewards Mate. Neck Bones Lb. ;
Y BLACK GOLDStarring 17C ,
Vacancies also exist In the Seaman Scratch Feed I 5,69
and Fireman ratings for other Anthony Quinn Beauty' Salon ; .

t.- men with previous military ALSO NEWS & SHORTS Pork I ....
service. Men without previous serVice r, Chops Lb. 57ciennan's .. 20% Dairy Feed 4.691
F will be eligible for enlistment Tune.. Aug. S ONLY .___

as Seaman recruit. MONDAY AUGUST 2ND 16% Dairy Feed 443

IWCTU COPACABANAOrourho Sausage Lb. -
NoticeThe bag 49c -
Marx.Carmen Miranda I ,
r) WCTU will have Its regular ALSO NEWS &: SHOUTS I
program and social meeting 6' Same Location --- Call Street at HALF OR WHOLE Broiler Mash, 25 lb.. 1.45

today (Friday), July 30, at i ip 3 Wed., Thurn.. Aug. 4 & 3
k ] .m. at the residence of Mrs. Wil- DOUBLE FKATCHB Pre-Cooked Ham Lb. -
bur 65c
Scott on Washington Street, ,

d Captain Caution /FOR Growing 25 Ibs. 1.45

= Recent Births $ Fresh Jumbo Shrimp
Victor Mature Allan Laid Lb. 65c
Recent Birth In Shad}treat ANDHIGH ,

Hospital are: I Fresh Starting 25 ]Ibs. 1 1.40
Mr. and Mrs. James B Whitehead TIDE Lb. 25c
of Starke, a daughter, DEB-U CURLS FOR GIRLS I"m! j -
Lre Tracev Julie Bishop
Elaine, born 7-17-49.
ALSO NEW. AND INTRODUCING: TO \ Headless Whitings Lb. Talco Scratch, 251b.1 1.45
Mr. an Mrs. James L. Chitty 17C
of Starke, a son, Joel Wayne, Fri, Sat., Aug. 9 &: 7
born 7-21-48. DOUBLE FKATt'RE d. SUPERSONIC, RADIO Saltwater Bream Lb.

Mr.; and Mrs Charles Alexander SUSIE '' ,vu tt i---,:-, tfl 25c Scratch Feed 10 Ibs. 60c

Hop Good of Mlddleburg, $10 $12.50; $15 _
a daughter, Linda Xnn, born 7- STEPS OUTDavid
>r 2248.Mr. Bruce. Nlta Hunter Fast Lasting* Natural A |
and Mrs. James Maurice AND & P FOOD STORE
'e Sheffield of Perry, a son, James .
.Edward, born 7-23-48. COURAGEOF Wonderful for that "New Look! Your i
Friendly I
I Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Edwards .. AND OPERATED BY THE GREAT ATlA
of Daytona Beach announce the THE WESTWith I
birth of a son, William Clellan A & P Grocery TIC *: PACIFIC TEA CO.

; born Saturday, July 24. Mr. Edwards Fuzzy Knight OWNED AND OPERATED BY LORRAINE HARTMANN CHAMPION I 300-302 E. CALL ST. FU |
J Is the son of Mrs. Mae ALSO SHORT! fir: SERIAL STARKE

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Mr. and Mrs Harry Mooty had Mr. and Mra. Crosby H. Daw- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillips I Mr. and Mrs. W. <3. Hails|) had Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and char Arthur R McRae," School 4 '.t

htfednk If; ] as their guests Saturday evening kina of Jacksonville, were week- spent' the latter part of last weekin as their recent visitors L. C. Miss\ Annie Darby spent Sunday Superintendent, Harmon P. Morgan \

of LOCAL NEWS JMr' Mr. and Mrs. Leo Caaey of Highland end guests of Mrs. Dawkln'a.mother Miami Halle W. C. Mathla and LaMar with Mr. and Mrs L. E. JordanIn Democratic nominee -tor ,

--------- Park, m, and Mr. and Mrs. Mra. W. H. NolLnan. Miss Joan Carpenter was under I Halle, Jr., of St. Petersburg: Daytona Beach. School Superintendent, and Char 1 : \ ;' ,

H Poole of Paul Hawkins of Waldo, who Milton St. Peter and Miss Beryl Mr. and Mrs Freeman Register, observation at Shadycrest Hospital Henry Manssaa spent several MraL N. T Rltch has returned lea Hardy financial accountant i i, 1

1 }t. W' Mr and ta attending: the Youth Activities I Holland of Gainesville. A delicious Jr. apent a few days last week from Friuay until Sunday. days this week in Trujillo, DC., from a week's visit with her son for the School Board. I I'i' !I
guests motoring down the Gulf Coast and Jamlca on business. and family Mr. and Mra. N. T.
'e wt, tile week. at the Methodist Church this dinner was served at theJ. Miss Marlon Brown was the The Roman catacombs the tf I
Phillipthis and the East Coaat. Jr. In Jacksonville.Mra. I
up Rltch. .
314 t week, is staying with Mr. and I house of her roommate,
P. Roberts Grill, and cards guest Mr. and Mra C. O. Prescott first church and cemetery of the
spent Wednes- Mrs. Titus Olson. I Mr. and Mrs H. V. Miss Constance D. Conner. In and Guy. Jr .
IfAnj parker were enjoyed later in the eveningat Knight and Mrs. E. T. Carrie Adams has returned early Christians wind for 687 1
IckSOnvllle at an : I have been spending the past two Clearwater from Thursday to King of Jacksonville spent Sun- to her home In Jacksonvilleafter I".
Mra. J. W. Klncald
expected the Mooty home on Eighth St.Mr. miles under the Italian city and : \
inj Tuesday. day afternoon with Mrs. threeweeka
I Fay Gill spending past
home next Thursday from weeks at Kingsley Lake and had '
:H at Kingsley Lake. I with Dr. and Mrs. H. H. contain more then 6,000,000 tomb tl tt
and Mrs.
GllJT.r L. P. Smith Jr.,
then and Mrs. Hal months trip through the West and aa recent guests Rev.and Mra. Lea. Judge and Mrs. A, Z. Adkins 1. t'l I
r In Canada. spent Sunday visiting Rev. and had as their weekend guests Mr. Mrs. Mae Edwards an daughter. Adams and family. 6 .6 --I II IU I'
lie of State Farm t
vlelttngire Mr.inti. Mrs Q. C. Powell and Miss Jewel Sheppard the ,
LuN1e week and Mrs. John Love Wilkes of Elaine were in Daytona Beach Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeka: are
Mr" Mr and Mrs. T. :J. Griffin Powell in Jacksonville. and Mra. Charles Larsen of Lak- t'
I Judge< and Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Fred for the weekend. Mrs. Edward's pending two weeks at Bedford I
N// were visiting Dr. and Mrs. C. C. I
land. Guy and children, Jane and Jim- lion,
Mendoza in Jacksonville Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson had aa &Tan Bobby Edwards, returned Lake.
:1. Tues-
on guests Thursday of last week, my, of Gainesville, were visiting to Starke with them fora
Savannah. Ga.. Miss Stump Is In Mon. and uO1d
kutto of the Adkins on Sunday.Mrs. visit of several weeks.Mr UV. and Mra. Qua Beaaley I .
day.Mrs. Mrs N. C. Mott and Mrs. J.
Mrs. L. S. Hutto tlcello this week visiting Mr. and on. Earl, have returned to their "
and Rena Smith of Miami were R. Mott of Brooker and Mra. C. Mrs W. H. Jr. and R. J. Davis 't
t Thompson spent Thursdayof and Mrs. W. B. Boyd o. home"In Bay Town Texas after IfI. '
y.Dre" guests of the L. S. Huttos the H. Layfield of Gainesville.
> i, family. Ut week with Mrs MiltonSt. two weeks at '
St. pending the paat
.88 were Friday guests. '
SIM to early part of the week. :
r'Io Peter in Gainesville. taH
. home on
the' summer
1'* oft. At Mr. and Mrs Roy Ward and Mr. and Mrs Albert Hartman of Mr. Boyd'a mother Mrs W. Beanley.
niii dreM Mra. Marcus Brown son'Marcus, daughter Mtra Jane, apent Sun- I Klngdey Lake.
returned Sunday from a nix Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy H. Nollman. They were enrouteto 1 -
* i, llU'S.I and daughter Florence Pauline day with Mr. Ward's Mr. .11I2
parents weeks vacation In Rockford, 111.; Had aa their guests the latter part Ashvtlle and Highlands, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Walker and .
utnl duPre went -toI are enjoying a month at the Beaa- and Mrs. O. W. Ward In Dixie. t
j. H. where visited friends and for a vacation Leland and daughter Jane, t
they at the Nollman'a on.
Wednesday to can ley'cottage on Klngsley Lake Ga. of last week: Howell Brantley In BuinnoM.' 'faiI.elliriffi.ii9H/' : ::
had relatives and In Hayward Wis., summer home. pent Sunday "
Charles and Morn
Ljhter. Nancy Naiworthy
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Morse Mrs. Wlllam of Shreve- where they enjoyed fishing par- 1
her aunt Mrs. C;:., C.nee Baggett Sweat of Jacksonville: on Wednesday Mrs. Mildred Latham and children Four Attend AND BIING If SACK: tt ;" ,
nl and son, Richard and La., Is the house of
1 daughter, port : guest '
* Friday. of last week: Mr. and MrsJ. of Philadelphia. Pa., left 1OOI. Ye,bring bock IrXrtsummer .. i...
189{ Sylvia, returned' Saturday from a Mrs. E. L. Biggs thla week. Mrs. Herbert Deal has returned O. Deavera, Mrs. Carroll Quar- for home Sunday after a month'svisit School MeetIn vajcotlen to !rl t I"t
Watson yovrewn
L ,
d Sir. Robert four weeks 7.000-mlle trip throughthe Mr and Mrs. Edgar Wilkinson borne after spending the put terman and Mrs. E. Y. Roberta here ,with Mrs. Litham'smother GainesvilleFour Mod ,. l
Mr. o
L with living room.
Sunday west, stopping In Denver and i
pent in week with her mother Mrs. HughParker of Brunswick Ga., on Thursdayand Mrs. Annie Saunders. '.1
spent Sunday Keystone Heights Into
delightful! summer a
Olson. Colorado Springs.-Colo., the Grand < and her Mr. and Mrs. H. R. and other relatives Countalns attended :; i
Jtltui visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills. in Macon. Ga., Friday; Bradford delightful. winter with''' t '
L Slade and Canyon Brice Canyon, Yellowstone brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Gertner and children Rudy and .1 t' ILj
Dtl. d )lr,. Tom Natonal Park and other Mra. C. W. Chalker of Gaines Linda Lee and Mr. I. A, Hazon of Jacksonville" a three day short courseIn + o camera .", cwi. or still 'r 1, l
and Tommy, and Mrs. R. G. Stripling. Jr., In Char- on Saturday; Gainesville last week, which : ,
IJnan points of Interest. ville several last week Harold of Jack was the weekend guest of Mir We have a complete' line. 1
spent days and Mra Peyton
L returned from alk eston. S. C. Mr. Deal spent" the hold to Instruct members '
have and Mrs A. E. was :
with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ward. sonvllle Sunday. McKinney ::1 All typei. All prices /
motor trip to New Bl< reduction on men' and week<< in Daytona on business.Mr. of the School Superintendents' Id ''I IId \

) points Northeast. ladlea Hummer shoe At BARKS- Connie Carroll returned to the and Mrs. George" Flynn. Mr. and Mrs. Coolldge Gasxett Mrs. W. O. Halle returnt'c.tThur.day staff In the administration of the \ "'"'Y..j.; li ;.+ I

who has had a DALE'S. summer home of her parents, Mr. George, Jr. and Betty Ann and and son, Coolidge:' Jr., of Gainesville few visit of last week from a new school law passed by the ,Id Iblagnpkia-; Ill I 1..
Brown days In Rtitli> :
dje, Social ,
and Mrs. Carroll, at the weekend with Mr. 1947 Legislature. .
from Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wood Bill
of absence Miss Jewel Strickland left Saturday
leave Circle i
and Atlanta
ths! and Light Co., Kingsley Lake Friday after and Glenn. Jr. spent last week and Mrs. Pate GasRett.. Gu. The short course took plare at HOLLYWOODCamera ,;: t 'I'
for Columbia S. C. to
M service spending the past month at Burgess at Mr. Flynn's fishing camp at Francis Bridges District the University of Florida MondAY -
Job Rotary
his Patel has } \
Just t
rn the remainder of Little Gunga & Gift Shop ,,
+ |\\londay. In his absence spend the sum Glenn Camp in Brevard, N. Horse Shoe Beach on the Gulf. undergone her second eye operation Club Governor, from Tallahassee, Tuesday, and Wednesday of l

Augustine mer with her brother and family, C. was among the oul-of-town this week
St. guests '
>man of at St. Luke's Hospital in Starke Fla. j
Ladle' Dresses. $1.98 to $..98 "1'
Mr. and Mrs. A. :J. Strickland and attendingthe Rotary Club meetIng Those attending were Mrs. Jea-
g- his place. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Old. -II other lreniteN 1-3 off. At Jacksonville and la now doing here I .. 'k ,! t
Wednesday. ale L. Young, supervising tea. .
baby. Mr. Strickland, who has Templeavenue .
L Mrs Fred Henderson ham and daughter, Mary Ann, of B.RKSDALE'S.Mr. nicely at her home on ,

I of Albany Ga., ar- been recently discharged from Jacksonville, are spending a few .. ; I''1
days this week with Mr. and Mra. and Mrs. W. B. Mandy will 1 i ,
i Wednesday for a week'sMr. the Army, expects to move his Mr. and Mrs Eddie Hartmannand
have their the
and Mrs. W., H. family back to Starke In the near Hogan Smith. as guests Eddie. Jr., will spend the 1, f l lI
pert of next week Mr Paul Alexander
future. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis and and Mrs. Vera Moore of month of August at the Spark- li,f ,!{ ,.
E Duncan of Gaines- Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Tanner of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Mixon Laurens, S. C. man's cottage on Alto Lake. SETZER'SISUPER ,t i ,

of Mr. andG. Baldwin visited her sister, Mrs. spent the weekend with Miss Ma 4
the guest Richard Kldd, III, entered the "i "j, i
:Mr. and Mra. D. E. Knight and I
mie Anderson In
Archer. I I I
Duncan on Tuesday. j jIE Laura Powell, on Monday. Mrs. Knight's sister and house P. K. Young school In Gaines- I. 1i I

Mrs. Maude Mott and Mr. and quest Mrs. Charles Larson ofLakeland ville Monday for a month's session .' j, I
'j ,I I,
Mra. J. H. McCarthy returned visited Mr. and Mrs in a brush-up course. .1 i 'J/J/" I'I'I,I, I

>ry Branch of Sunday from their eight day tour C. R. Smith in Gainesville Thurs seriously
James Peterson was
I through Georgia the Carolinas, day. last Saturday at the !
injured l
Ii II i INSURANCEC Tennessee, Virginia and Kentucky !
I They enjoyed visiting{: Rock I Mr. Paul Hudglna' and daughter I I hospitalized Humphrey Gold at Shadycrest Corp. and Hos Is STORES

of Arcadia are \
Kay spendingtwo *
City, Ruby Falls. Lookout Mountain I'' I I''
and weeks with Mr. and Mrs. L. pital. )
Cave Great Onyx Cave

Other places of interest. W Koch. ,. Judge and Mrs. Ferrvman spent 113 E. Call St. STARKE We Deliver ;t ;!

WALL AGENCY Steve and Carolyn Broadway the; weekend In Daytona Beach 1 I I

I with Mrs.her F. daughter.H. Long spent Mrs Tuesday Richard returned Saturday from a two Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKlnney SPECIALS JULY 30 & 31 Quantity Rights Reserved f ", ;

PLEASE PHONE 146 weeks' vacation spent with their spent last :week visiting Mra t I
Thede, in Jacksonville.
ord grandparents, Mr. ''and Mrs. T.iL. .I I. B. Dinklna in Buohnell and i '1 4 1

>d Constant Service Over 50 YearsLASSIFIED- Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Buff of Broadway In St. Petersburg I Mrs B. H. Seville In Wlldwood ;

Warsaw N. C., spent last week I'Mrs. C. T. McClure who accom
Minnie Lou Hazen la spending
here with Mr. and Mra. Maxie panted the Broadway children to three weeks visiting her uncle Lg. Octagon Soap3BARs25cLARGE ilt; :F

Carter. Saturday.St. Petersburg, also returned on and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Alta i

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grahamhad Ashhurst In Cocoa.

as their guests from Sunday Mrs. Kenneth Witt of Youngs- Mrs. Evelena Lockhart of De- 3 BOXES TABLE 3 BOXES 1 : i
W through Tuesday at their Kings- town, Ohio, and Mrs. Wallace Car Frederick :' :
land and Mrs. Rosa
: 1 record player with FOR RENT:'' (-room furnished ley Lake summer home, Mr. and son and son Frank of Pittsburgh ,
house. of Miami spent a few days this MATCHES-- SALT 1 11Ik-lOc
k 1 Harridan ,
complete net gnu appliances !Mm U 1.
have returned to their
1 set Vfrs. D. A. Monteith and daughter Pat., respective ,, I [
n very new. Haynes, 301 South: Water Ht week with her sister Mrs. AH ,
gabs, excellent condition .. of homes after spending two
f 7-30 tf Margaret Eutls Mr. and Green, In the home of Mra. A.F L 'JJ

10'I t,Home 1 elide Study trombone Coun.1, good FOR SALE: One Caloric C-burner Vfrs. W. P. Randall and daughter, weeks with their father, Pate Gas- Sauls. I !, I't'yl

Yw iin. Box 431-2, Stark. can. range Hlla-htly uiled. In net-vice. Lou[ and son. Bill Jr., of Tampa, sett who has been seriously 111 LARGE BOX NO. 1 McGKATirS NO. 1 CAN i '
2t 7-30 Smith Garage, Stark it and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoffman In the Shadycrest Hospital. MUs Margaret Beall If Pitts-

WANTM':: Physician'. of St. Louis, Mo. burg. Pa. who has been he guest .1
VEL DREFT 29c Pork & Beans
it I and technician. Exper-. FOR RENT: Entire upper floor, X Mrs. H. L. Speer of Fohokee, or 7lhc
P 0 Box. S2S, titarkx.U4TTRESSCS apartment or a.* whole. Modern of Mrs. W. H. Nollman at her : ""i
1t a-9 convenience,' hot water. AIXO Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Douglasand who has been spendng this week home on Madison avenue, returned i f
4-room Garage apartment.' 202 Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Coition, with Mr. and Mrs. O. J. McGrlff.
Hi Cherry St. to her home Sunday night.
2lp Is spending a week with Mr and POCKET SIZEPrince "
of Brooker spent Sunday with
: While here Miss Beall was guest "tl; '
LOST: tan suitcase, tilled with I Mrs R. A. Green.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson.
OF ALL KINDS nen' clothing:, near RK track In I' of honor at several delightful i iI 1
RENOVATED Stark. Name on tax: Minn Mar- Nollman and Mlsa
iruerltta, CofflKnn. Finder notify Mary Sue Epperson spent the Rig reduction on men' and affairs. Mrs.

9c9c I Walter Stephen, Alachua, Fla.It early part .of the week with' her la
grandparents Mr. and Mrs. R.L. O.tLE'S. Davtona Beach and St. Augus cans !

II 1 LOST: off truck one .Dingle. Innerepring Richard In Jacksonville tine.
mattress. wrapped In Mrs. Margie'; Galloway and her

it i( write blanket Hart Finder.Furniture please Co.phone, Stark or, L. G. Powell left Saturday for daughter, Linda Sue, of St. Augustine Mrs. Henry Manasaa spent the IVck'H Fresh Flavored No. 2 Can 2 CANLIBBY'S ,

I Phone go. it Saluda N. C., to Join Mrs. Pow- are visiting Mr. and Mrs. I past week in Lakeland visiting :
'Van Patel and family this week. Dr. and Mr. D. Paul Bird.UWWUWLj. I mat-; -if
FIRMTtBEUPHOLSTERED FOR HALtr typewriter: Corona a Sterling baauty.portable AdIreaH ell for the week. - - ORANGE JUICE 7'2cMCGRATlVs T Juice. 12'c < :'

( P n. Box 671 Stnrke. It I
ND REFIXISHEDIs : FOrt HK.VT: : enrage apartment on - II'I' 1 I
Klng-nley Lake. Call Starke. I 111. t 10

30 Palatka, Flaw CO. FOR\ SALE Madison: 1-bedrnom hit. Reasonably house priced 310V. : I :
Itp 2-Piece "SERTA" Sofa Bed SPAGHETTI l Oc GARDEN PEAS 17'4c' ::

FOR RENT: 3-room apartment all ,
FOR SALE furnlHhed Private bath and en .I

trance. Rent cheap. Couple or ROOM SUITS ALL FLAVORS ;
J-BEDROOM residence 2 girls,; for company, 803 Lafayette LIVING :
units of stark, just com.h St., Mra. Errol AIY"...*. liP I
..p lor half ca.h. .

.VT.p*.t and price Concrete in town.Block ,FOR Z-rooma.RENT:bath Furnished kitchenette' apartment and: I NOW 159.50 JELLO Box '
Value $189.50 723
) ORS) half glees| 6"xC8". dlnlnfr room. Newly redecorated Original
Couple only. F. A. Scott 605 I' 3
I ,
I.d CO Pr.teP. Ola. *Stepping.* Block. Temple Ave Itp MAKES INTO DOUBLE BED 1

Souse Piers' Mortar Mix' FOR SALE: lots I facing Orange I IuoO.
odows. St Total' :""I Ire for the two lots
'<* hauling. Fill dirt for Mi Lafayette St., KrrolAlvarea. And QualitySEA
lip .
!.OT9! In city limits of I BEAUTIFUL A At
on, high ground IZOO up. 1 2* nWP et1No.S08rkwlllApayrithe: (
I I:0 per mo. Lego I
UlJ typo of building oon- Hum of 125 unto any person or FOODS 'f
.69 supplying Information }
I.IX"H' QalvanUed PIp. leading to the arrt-xt and conviction I TABLE LAMPS j i iV

.69 toil;[?, U..fI per yard In of the person. or persons 1.11. FRESH LB. ti
guilty of stealing wash basin'
i..f'lWhM drive dump and commode from the American: I 2 FOR I I
10 ton winch. Legion Hall In Starke A. J. :
.69 ORa E'CI EERHIO CO. Thomas. Jr., Pout Adjutant. It -
.. E......, P...... M I IFOP ,.,
GALE: 30-arre Improved farm
69 MALE with Dome timber near State j $ LB.FRYERS65c .
to order: Photo. .
200. Phone 100 Stark ,
Road No. Ii.9OOF
selection License, etc. ltp
tot -;
from ,1! mould ln. to HENS------59c : i '
All work guaranteed
13 WOOD FOR SALE!: OR TRADE30foot Inboard -
I CAMERA: 01l't1YOUR launch for $200 Can be .11 '
on at Standing Court, 2"f King"; t I

NOW TIMBER FOR apartment RENT: with Completely.v.rv furnished conveni .' Have A New Shipment WHITE BACON 33c FRANKS39cSMOKED : '

t Cash Prices Paid en.... Reasonable. Nice roupljt .,
341 N.
or lady teachers (desired ( B a sa
Cherry St. tip. | B. ..B is
19S L nii IN Home Comfort Innerspring MattressesFOR
OR BULK" FOR RENT Partly( furnished cottage Green-Top: California BUNCh ;
S I UNIT 1-rooms. 120 month and (
! lights and water furnished.' JO* ONLY S
DWIW: PECK W. !Madison at lip\\i iBAHY CARROTS9cVEAL

p. 0. Box 463 wishes' 8ITTINOT' babY sitting>. .Job..n-a e lye pert'. I i) 32.50 Double Size Fancy Red Bliss 4

Gainesville, Fla. hour Bo, SS4. tip 39 '

I FOR: -:SAWS' Bhv' crlh. ba hln.t.I CHOPS .POTATOES--25c;;

lle come eeyou.I Stark baby cart phnn.SIT IK-J V. Church It '"!'"t. DECK COIL SPRINGS ,
: SeS kern-J DOUBLE KEEP 1.11. COOKIN 4 I.US.
FOB,. SALE. ...AT. PAROAIN 1oal ra.: ...

.z."d HORSE Tn other. Ith..um.tt..mrth..nd,' prOOT.. JtfB-- SI""e railroad.n. ran Oa track'on Co." two Call dnor.St. from tt I We Will Accept Your Old Mattress!' In Trade CHUCK ROAST 49c APPLES--- 29c'

.s tae.'h.,Eleetrnnie....to Th.......)0"'tiv. Method an' aerial..I""tr"d.' with over you. FOR RENT:and Attractive unfurnished lro..n.l."atl .od P"Tnenta 'rnfurnl.hed ;'.. Heavy Construction NOW() 0 N L Y 24.80"Means WESTERN 1.11.JUICY SUNKIST DOZ. v

k W 11I,00lfll ph'k. UI r rrent and n:,.a slue..*l .aeparata".dv ,.*'"". el"** I. PORK CHOPS 49c LEMONS15c
Ftr' -
... ui tf Comfort""Trade -
: '...tr" inheth.., .ho.. R.aaonable. 101 W. Madlaoiu Years 'Of ,

fn1w'" eleetrsfee. made to furnished cottages. Tender Yellow a
,a'Prke"or may women double 11.75 anyl Ing.laNesohlghwsvingRent RENT: Two rea.enable. ... at Home Where Merchandise Is Guaranteed to Please" Sliced Breakfast LII. LB. t < ;

I I r to now rl.ln." 10 material day. roeta, W. 8. 11thl". '<
f .;.o"'rL'. 1 hate .required*,,,Iua""lv. lee or PO Box 113 8t r"p T.!0
IL..II' .ry for this" terrltorr.
!idler' Rt_ I, r.. 10x20. I YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
..:...... tipsate FOR rooms SALE. b..th.: Frame Rood pr.-war house lumber., A FACT CANNED MILK' '

N !I 1 w.lt. a 11 IIn..' lII.t..1 roof. all plumbing fixture'tub .Ie".
OIl\Obl1e.m.\ liability, and ( ): water... hot pipe.water.Ink.heats and Furniture Co. tall

,;!I 1t Wal"wrt"t for your Insurance, .Jr. 1 wiring tank gas, apses he..er. 1-Msrnr and Ice Denmark Golden Key 3 cans 39c
;:::,., ? PlaOIle 1 U. gas hot plat. Will "n corn'worthl$300)aTnuDmsnto ,
.l.c.l FLA.
I. LaCIiEAP1140. 1toaraU yourInt. PHONE 151 I
but h-u 110? "bod tr.Ai of A"IIIY E. 1. .. r.sl I - ---- - ;
of used<< lum-.r.a'at".t I dance. Church .a Ith IIta. Phoi; "---.F.F- - -

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.. and so fraught Collins last week were Mrs. Collins plaintiff leeks divorce. Bradford 10. 1941. I August 18th. 1948, In the. above under the fictitious name of Western AND
tructlve costly Jerry and County Telegraph shall publish this OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, named Court and cause, wherein Auto Associate. Store at the STATE NOTICE TO
with pain. And 1 was a WAC. grandchildren Order In neat four weekly Issues.. Aa Clerk of said Court. plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford following address US West Call Jeffrle. OF FLoRIDA 1V
Hill Mary Katharine Wadaworth of Witness my official By Haven Crosby D. C. County Telegraph shall publish this 8t, Stark, Fla and Intend to r'.I<< to.lI
t Clay Seems like a dream. The training: Gainesville. ;SlJt! l. *' Flo idandth'. ,JulyOFFICIAL T. Frank Landrum. Stark. Fla. Order In nest four weekly Issues.Witness register the saib fictitious, name Street You r .n., .li.:
Is excellent, only the fighting so 1918. Atty. for JMf. 7-)$ 4t 8-S hand and official In the office cf the Clerk of the August ar.9. 9uh,4,\ tor7k
By Lura Burgnta' Mohr useless. My five chickens are get Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A( Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas, seal. at Starke my, Florida this July Circuit Court of Bradford County Ccmrt. and cause 'the .bol.pp ..
k Carleton Chastaln were Mrs Se- By Haven 14, 1948. Fla seeks J">'r ,?'
; Ponca Nebr.Wherein White and beautiful : Crosby D. C. I. CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD 'l.
ting/ so big. eber Goodman and small daughters T )'ranlendrum, Stark, Fla. CO.''OTY. FLOKIDtl I* CHA.N.CKHV. :!. (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas, J. F. Jaudon. 115 West Call St., !
4" ,' e e with red combs. We have had I Att,. for Plf. 7.23 .t '8-11 A* Clerk of said Court. Starke, Fla. ssSKjjfc" (
1 Harriet and Olivia, of Starke.
I have
the cool July.ummel' lots of rain this morning Ossl B Peel. Plaintiff v*. Martha By Haven Crosby D C.
1 enjoy the house all open-It Is so dellghtfuHv Mrs Ann R. Guy returned to m CIRCUIT COCRT. BRADFORD Peel Defendant Case No 702 Zach H. Douglas/ 13. W. Ashley St. iv: CIRCUIT: rovnt.. BRADFORD" .7, 1948 at Stark.. Florid.nd. el
while I work and meditate COUNTY. rLOMIOAl IN' CHAN. ORDER OF PUBLICATION ., Iblt
her home here Saturday after Jacksonville Fla. TO! MTV. FLOH.IDAI IN CHAR.CERY
cool and cloudy. I do (ICKY. AND NOTlfB TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL
7-16 4t S- SEAL
In life of deepest Atty. for
on the thing spending the past week In Gainesville Menta, Lee Hyatt Williams, Plaln- flTATK OF FLORIDA to( : :Martha A. Clerk of Said\ ) A. I. 1\
e worth. enjoy this summer.At at the home of her son and tiff v*. Paul D. William Li- Peel whose last known residenceI I Ray U Jeffrie, Plaintiff. vs. Haven Crosby D Court.fly .
NOTICE: Amanda Jeffries. Defendant. Case Rivera ..
Hill more new babies fendant. Case No 6717 : W. 64th Street Savannah
These are the things I prize Clay daughter-in-law Mr. and Mr. J. ORDER Of PUBUCATION Oeorgla Notice I I. hereby given that theundersigned No. 8680 Spring,. Jl'la.,Anl1er.o.. dfppt
and hold as deepest worth: Esther Johns. Lila Mae Johnn Fred Guy.Yvonl1e. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR You are required! to appear on Is engaged In business ORDER OF! PUBLICATION Attjrs. for pit. "I
Light of the sapphire skies, writes! has a new baby boy. She STATE OF FLORIDA to: Paul 1.10
D. Williams,
Brooklrw had as her whose residence last
Peace of the silent hills, will be glad when the new road known U Conway, South Carolina. --- n. _'_
i. I last week her friend Mae
The sister of hers from guest You are required to appear onAuguet
.: Shelter of the forest comfort Is done.
:\ ; Hall of Theressa. 23rd 1H48, In the above
....Ii j of the grace' Georgia has been visiting/ but named Court and cause: wherein BIGGEST Bargain-Loaded Beef Sale Ever Heidi
,". Shadow of clouds that swiftly returned home. Shirley Moslev Mm. C. L. May and daughter, plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford !
Sylvia Mrs.! M. C. Sweeney and County Telegraph shall publish this
:;" says that Farley and Mattle Bell Order In next four Issue.
I 1 t And pass after showers the smell of Austins' baby Is ten months old daughter, Jo.an. left Monday for Witness my hand and: official: U. S. GOOD
",i.1 'I' a visit with Mrs. Marlon Gnannin seal at Stark., Florida .this 21at GRADE
':N flower,, and walks and talks She did not of July 1948.OFFICIAL / .
Jacksonville. They were loco :-
t I And of the good brown earth ray how well. Must be a bright ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, u
Beat of all along: the way 'baby. She said they had to move + panled by, Florrie Gnann who I As Clark of said Court.
i.f had the three week By Haven Crosby D. C,
111" spent past
;;" Friendship and mirth. their house for the new road togo John J. Henderson, Kiq., St. Augus-
here with her aunts. tine, Florida
thru. Lorene I It
: ( Henry VanDyke. Padgett says Ally. for Flf. 7-2J 4t 8-U
/ Ii The poets of old lUke. too. I will not be long until school flee the New Remington Adding _

h}}: love the above poem. Yes there starts at Clay Hill and she will :Machine At The Telegraph tt rOflNTY.CIRCUIT, FLOHI COURT.A| BRADFORD 11 CHAN. e 'F

-1 r : is peace In the hills, folded silently be glad. She says she en toys the O.ffloc. 120.00 .'Iuli.,Tax. CtORV.Donnl. .Robertson Bennett. Plaintiff

11i! { ,i about our little town peace Telegraph and the Clay Hill news v*. Ivy R. Bennett, Det.ndant.ORDER .
This Is Herbert Padgetts daughter. NOTICRNoll. Case No. 718.
t'+: I at Clay Hill altho the hill was In hereby given that the. OF PUBLICATIONAND
i r not quite so Ugh as here. Always '. A sweet little girl. Mildred unilernlgned Is engaged In business NOTICE TO APPEAR

"!t.. the shelter of trees and the smell Sculley went to the creek and under the Store flctltlouH at the name following of KonnlsDnnnln ad-- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ivy R.
v whose residence last
t;.,. ; :'t, of flowers no mater where one had a nice time. Save MotherIs Jress228. Kant Call Mtr'..... Hiarks I Bennett known I I. Charleston South Caro
goes. Always the lovely sky above fine and her Daddy inleb! Klorldn.. and Intend to register the Una. At Unheard-of-Low Prices!
( aid fictitious! name In the officeof You are required to appear on
r.. that one never tires of looking at. drive a school bus. July the 5th the Clark| of th* Circuit Courtof August 23rd 1948 In the shove
I have pity In heart for was George Jr's. birthday. He Hradfvrd County Fla. named Court and cause, wherein
my people (Hlgned l> Klllot. J: Flynn, Verg-l plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
who live In the cities In apart wall fifteen and will be in the. Flynn, eorge U. "Flynn F. C. Flynn. 'ounty Telegraph shall. publish this Porterhouse- Round.
i L ments high In the air who cannot tenth grade next year. Rev. Percy t-ltf 4t 8-& Order In .next on.n'/;: I issues.Witness I Your Favorite T-Bone Club
my official or
tr : feel the peace the beauty, Knight and family spent the evening ]NOTICE seal at Htarke, "Florida this list or Sirloin
and smell the fragrance of the last :week with Rfv. James. The registration book of Brad1ford of FJlflt4EAf.
ri( country. We have been busy. Two Strickland. Mr. and Mrs Tarre'' : County; Florida, will 1 be open'n i' ( \ .) A. J. Thomas,
of said Court.
A* Clerk
the office of the Supervisor oil
i n funerals this week and this Is Hickey spent the afternoon with ;lPKlMra lon, located In the Hrad-1 Bv Haven Crosby .D C. .
xr,' her father ford 'ounty Courthouse !In John J. Henderson, Emi, Rt AU"fIlA.tin. Steaks 98
Thursday. One a soldier from the Rev. Strickland. Mr.Hickey riiirldft. on TueHday, .. Htark"l! ., FI... 7-23 4t 8-11 Lb 8ge
battle fields of Europe. Left Sr., was along and they 'Saturday nt each week from August -

( three young son*. Why oh why had a good time visiting. They all 2. 194H until September 4. IU8. for CALL FOR BIDSNOTICE
the registration of elector
l do allow to live at Jacksonville The body of TO EONTHACTORS.TAHKE. )
we women wars goon (|SignedHupervlieurt Lee Re xtreilon. FLORIDA
to take our sons? Surely all Caleb Strickland who was killed of Scaled bide will be received by
*, over the world there are enough In Italy la to arrive soon. He will 7-J3 2t TQ the Hoard of Publlo Instruction forth
County of Bradford, State of U. S.
i of us to rise In one body and be burled by his mother at Long NOTICE Florida at the office of the !Superintendent CHUCK ROAST
Notice IN hereby given by the
9 ''w ;x down the war lords ourselves I Branch. He also left dear children. ('117 (Count! of the City of Htarke, Htarke, Florida of Publlo up to Instruction 10 o'clockA. In GoodGrad Lb 79

hate war so useless and des1 They have been pulling\ fodder Bradford County Florida that a, M. July 81st 194, at which *
? 1 and the report la a heavy crop.I preliminary submitted assessment to the City roll Council hallbe.n ,;.,* :-r.: piece all, bid. and received. read
will be publicly opened
am surely glad the crops are by the City Clerk and all pereon.I l aloud for furnishing all labor and

good everywhere. firms have correction or corporation, or desiring alteratknsmade to material and constructing BRAD- U. S.

J Helpful Hints When you get leg. valuation therein of whether property In or the other-llt, ATHLETIC FORD Each COUNTY hid FIELD must HIOH be HOUSE accompaniedby SCHOOL GoodGrade RIB ROAST Lb ,89 v

chiggers daub the spot with finger wise! will file objection! with the certified. check or bid bond In
nail You said City Clerk on or before the the amount of five cent of the
polish.! will get per
ALL KINDS ird day of August A. D. 1948, setting has bid .. that the bidder
quick relief. Iodine is also good. forth their objection to the If warded the contract, willwltiiln

n ,: FRESH FISH DAILY When on a picnic and the day aid hv assessment d..slr. made.The and. the correction ten consecutive calendar day ,.,.

Is windy try fastening your clothto City Council of the City of of after such written ward enter notice Into being a written given U. S. d

1 SHRIMP &: OYSTERS the table with thumb tacks. Htarke. m. In shall the City meet Hall.at Starke four o'clock, Flor- contract Instruction with the of the Poard County of Public of GoodGrade Short RitsLb4ge

t IN SEASON When you cut corn from the cob r.ln, *for: hearing aald objection and Bradford. State of Florida, In accordance -
He said
try fur purpose of equalising with the accepted hid andgive
using an angel food cake assessment. and making correction
We guarantee all pan-just hold the cob In the therein. ,. j It a contract to said Board surety In bond an amount satisfactory

We sell to be fresh hole of the tube and cut and the By Order of the City Council of equal to one hundred per cent of
hc of Htarke, Florida, this91st the contract price.I No bidder may Fresh
kernels will fall In the pan. Try dny of July A. D. 11)48. withdraw his bid for a period of ,

whipping cream In a No. 2 1-2 Chairman L. A., City CANOVA.Council the thirty opening days after thereof the date set for All H'burger Lb 49

tin can that you buy canned -21 2t 7.30110TICE All work shall be done In accordance Meat ,
MAGNOLIAFISH fruits In. Eggs and cream whip with plans, specificationsand
contract documents relative _
# MARKETUnder easier and quicker. TO: TRACY EDWARD HAYES 8R? thereto which may be examined at I Instant Rich Suds!
the office of the Superintendent of Smooth as Velvet!!
whose address I la unknown.
I did not MARVELOUS:
get .
my Telegraphfor WIIKHKAS It appear In that cartamn Public Instruction Starke. Florida Swift'sJewel MUSSELMAN APPLE
New Ownership this week. I surely did miss cause now pending In the Clr- or at the office of Hanford W. Qoln

Ir;?'rl LACY SILCOX It. Seems It Is a part of my life. Circuit,ult Court of Florida of the In Eighth and for Judicial Bradford set Architect: of such Gainesville plan; mn10r, Florida contractdocuments One Vel l Butter

; I hope that I can get a copy. Life County In wherein and biddingmay : 4 lbs 1.25
.. Chancery. I b secured by general contractors
>np te (Orlffl ., Odessa 30e. '
seems to take on a new test Irlffls pray for the adoption of from either of said officesb lye Pky 28.o11 20'0

when Jet my paper from Dixie Tracy Edward Hayes, Jr., that th.said r depositing. \ therewith h.or'd'.o:;., ,
: Tracy Edward Hayes Jr I la 85 00 In cash or money
..4 ) EXPERTSERVICE every Monday. X know you all th. minor child of th* said Tracy? will b* refunded bid I New Sunlight Ingredient!
; enjoy.It.too.Here Edwards Mayn, $r., and that the on. .uymieslon of a bona fide .
place of residence and the Poet Of- and return of said plan and contract Factory PackSUGAR See A Taste the CheeN
dl Is a bread' crumb applepie. Ice address of the said l Tracy Edward document In good condition SUNSHINECheezlt
.. Take six slices of bread, Hayes, Hr' I I. unknown to Hektloners within ten day. after the date set IfiinsoSOIJUM
and that there I* no person for the opening of bids. Any additional
you can use the end pieces too set requested for purposes
or person In the State' of Florida 5 39C
and cut In small pieces. Place the ,.sarvln of a summon Inrtiancnrr other than the .submission. of 33CI Lbs
: upon whom would bind I a bid will be furnished. at th actual Lg. Pleg
them In a pie plate-put over llle the said Tracy Edward llaye, 8r., cost of duplication but without re-i" Jr. Pkg 14C
bread 1.2 cup of milk. Let soak roil are I therefore ordered to fund.Bidders' I
pear In laid cause on or before qualification must besatisfactory I New Scum-less Suds!
and add 2 beaten eggs and a half Jrd day of August. 194J to the Board of PubllaIn.tru'lon I SWITCH TO Maxwell HouseCoffee
cup of sugar and a teaspdbn of the allevatlons of said ap-I for the County of Bradford White & Pure as Snow!
.... State of Florida.
will taken a* confessed
vanilla and a dash of nutmeg. IT IS FUHTHKU ORDERED The Hoard of Publlo Instruction ISwerl10oz Snowdrift
tp eta tM Pour egg mixture over bread and this order b* published. one. each for the. County. of Bradford. Stateof Lb 51 C
week for four consecutive week In Floridareserves the right to
milk. Pare and slice .4 large cookIng the' Bradford" County Telegraph a waive Informalities. In any bid and 31e
apples. Put them on top of newspaper of general circulation to reject any and all bids PkgI LbCan 42'
pllbllllh..d In Bradford County Flor-1 Board of Public Instructionfor
your pudding mixture and add Ida. the County of Bradford,
more bread crumbs to the top- DATED': at Rtarke. Florida, thin State of Florida. I Blues While Tou Wash! National] Corned
Chas. C. lath day of July. 1948 By Arthur R, McRae, BLVWhite America's Favorite!
about 1-3 cup-and dot top with A. J. Thomas' 7.U 3t 7-30 SecretaryIN CORN
ShepherdAt .4 tbp. butter and a sprinkle of Clerk. Circuit Court, Bradford Starch
County' Florida (IRIIITT.. BRADFORD
cinnamon. Bake at 33.0 one hour Ay Haven: (Crosby, D. C. COUNTY' FLOHIIKtl IN CHAN- BEEF 12-oz Can 39
; At Gay's Service Station ,or until apples'are done. Serves 'XI 4t I-II CERY.Henry .

six people. Good with cream or I IN Mallett Plaintiff vs. Sarah Pkg ge 12'
CIRCUIT COVET BRADFORD Mall n Cas* No. 8898. Lb Pleg
milk. Use a glass pie dish fur( COUNTY: PLOMIDAl CHAN.f 'RJ'ft.. Of PUBLICATIONAND
-" "' '''- this pie. I '
John Adam.., New. FastActingI !
B Jr. t'lalntlff. vs. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sarah
The summer Is swiftly passing ante Morrow Adams, Defendant Mallet whose. residence and address I ULTRA REFINED New Pack LeSueur Tiny Pearl Calo CatFood
Casa No. TI6.ORDICH Is250. West 85th Street,
CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION This Sunday Is my birthday. I : OF PUBLICATION New Tork City N. Y. Clorox Noi, ,13c
;, have spent three of them here II'. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR You are required to appear on Peas 2 25c
Nebraska. I STATE OF FLORIDA to: Janl. August 18. 1948. In the above named No 303
hope you have all Morrow Adams whoss residence and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff C Cab Dog;
seen my picture In the windowof ddress. Is1101 Hlllshoro Street seeks divorce Bradford County Quart 15
the tslela-h. North Carolina. | Telegraph shall publish this Order Food Hal 13c
Telegraph office
In that You are. required to ;In next four: weekly Issue:
1905 Model Ford as I looked In August. 13rd, 1948 In the abov..1 Witness my hand and official
my old time dress and bonnet named Court and cause, wherein seal at Starke. Florida, this July I Land 0' SunshineFlour

t l In- our Parade of the Days of Already Colored Oleo Solid Pak

j 1856.: Good .luck and God bless 25
t you all. Love LURAHampton Lb Sack 1.59 Redi-Mixt Lb 4geVan

,to. .' ,," .: Gainesville Letter Shop Camp Pork & Land O' Sunshine Quartered

l.\t' (. DIRECT MAIL ADVERTISING" Beans 2 No 2 Can 29c Butter Lb 85Superbrand34

Mr .
M. C. Sw *nev

iff'II" . e aMULTiGRAPHiNG MAILING. LISTS Water MaidRice Superbargain Oleo


.JI:. PHARMACISTPhone The July meeting of the Ladle.' 3 LbPkg 47c

Council of the Christian Church MIMEOGRAPHING

wa held at the home of Mrs.
64 STARKE May Sweeney on Wednesday of PHOTO COPYINGON -

,On-the-Minit Service last week.The ( PHOTOSTAT MACHINE) (Remove Grease Instantly! S C Elberta Ready to Heat A Eat!
topic discussed was the SKAT HAND LIBBY CQRNED BEE,

first in a series of five on "God 142 W. Main St. South [ J JLb
Gainesville. Fla. Soap
Speaks Today" and was entitled. Peaches Lb.3Sc'J Hash

ig(8 "God Speaks Through Prayer." 'Phone 2249 I

+ An Scrlptual Interesting Quotations: Bible was quiz also on Can 10* No 2 Can35C!

conducted. Red Ripe

Mr. and Mrs. William Richly Perfumed! FIRM I Perfect For Picnics
and BOn Howell left Sunday fora 2c

week's vacation in Alabama and Soap
Brand Ham
1 NewREMINGTON Western Green
l Top
ii Tennessee where they will visit

relatives They were accompaniedon 3 Cakes 25e FRESH CARROTS 1 1B 11'
Lci the trip by Mrs. L. A.: Wigginsand 2 Bchs 17C No y4 Tin

daughter Marie of Jackson
vlll*. Palmolive Lovelier!

Mr. and Mra A. H. Kelsey are PALMOLIVE Calif. Vine Ripened Canta'Lopes Serve with Crisp Saltuiei!

'=J enjoying a visit with Mr. Kelsev's Soap LIBBY POTTED

relatives In Indiana where a big ADDINGMACHINES Meat

:loo late to Buy In family Mr. Kelsey's reunion was former held home.Sunday ge Lb 1Oc fle ,

i gj Mrs. S C. Morris!, who has been Reg No 1/4 Tin VttglNew

spending- the past two,week*. with ,
T TT ST! I her parents Mr. and Mrs.. B.: r. ; : Thrifty _

La..raucc Saxon was called home suddenly BATH'SIZE: PALMOLIVE P41? Tend.iaeY; /: !
Friday due to the Illness of her
husband in Everglades. Model 7171-5 $120 (plus Fed. Tax) Soap

Inquire now! Gladys Bundy spent last week J SausageCake

with relatives In Palatka. 13 18

Charley E. Johns Miss Florence Van Alstine! of No 1h Tin 1

Pearson. Ga., a the guest of her' BRADFORD
COUNTY For Whiter Dud! -
Agency grandmother Edith Van Altlne. ftJ.'S
...... U BTABKJE.: n.L Crisp
] 1I1
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy Suds i A. s

have as their guests Mrs.: Gloria TELEGRAPHSTARKE Pickles

cD Vickers and little son Frankie,

of Palatka. Mrs.' Vickers la Mrs. -:- FLORIDA Lge Pkg 33e 23'

yTHTIIAYLLE15iHartf, rd Hardy's neice. I ), July] 31st 12-oz Glass
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wallace

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Methodist Church Uvitea Week program bas been Sr., Mrs Eula Walker and Mayo, serration highways national r "

News I under the direction of Miss Virginia and Mrs. Stltchberry are vacationing F Taxes Increasing I forests, rivers, harbors, etc. task:,- sing

arch The Vacation Church School at Sewell assisted by Mias at Arden. N. C. Ib Says State C of C the net total of $988.902.466. I
the First Methodist Church of Madge Whigham Miss Carol Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutherland "On the basis of this net total I
Stark will continue through next White Mrs. Grace Osborne, Mrs are enjoying the summer breeie In Business ReviewThe each Florldlan's 'bill' for government -

he Tabernacle Friday August 6. Nelson Green, and the Comradeship at Reynolds Cottage on Lake County's total tax burden of Flor- stood at $248 for the fiscal ,

tlon8 at the Tab. : The sessions are conducted be Team. Twenty-eight are at. Geneva Idians amounted to J83a.902.4M year IH..7.
nS>- sometimes small tween- the hours of nine and 11 tending.The Mrs. N. A. Parker Is visitlnf! Most during the fiscal year 1946-47, a Expressed in term of income, I

I though student o'clock each morning Monday Sermon subject for Sunday friends and relatives In Oklahoma. 4.5 per cent Increase over the one out of every four dollar earned fp
Ihusiastlc Bible ; through Friday. morning will be "Memory". Miand Mrs. SIB Church are previous fiscal year the research: by Floridians was "paid out

ell vice held Is keen. Miss Robbie t Lee .Thompson planning a trip to Hendersonvllle Unique and industrial division of the In taxes of some form. .

i and absorbed by those who is the adult counsellor for Christian Church Miss .Cornelia Knight is enjoying e Florida State Chamber of Commerce f

Bibles. I the comradeship team is the director a visit by her father, mother stated yesterday in its Huge Tomatoes ,I.

their led the Youth I of the school. Regular services every Sundayas slater and niece. Building weekly business review. t' *!:
Melton I' follows Mr. and :Mrs. Don Pangborn W. S. Hofmelster. whose home I
ef- Miss Lillian Davis has charge of : "Federal Internal revenue collections J'; I"r
night quite 2 near the
r Saturday the work In the kindergarten department Sunday School 10.00: a.m. and daughter Donna Mae have -. in Florida for the fiscal Is on Starke
and con- returned from a month's vacation Does Lots Lake Butler highway, brought *
for his years Those helping! her are Morning year were $413.639.317: ; and state I
worship 11:00: a.m. I
Cornet solo to they j Mrs. Titus Olson, Miss Kate at Daytona Beach. receipts from taxation were $137- three huge tomatoes weighing I'
a Scruth. Miss Oleeta Green, and Evening worship 8.00: p.m. The Chamber of Commerce met 243,149.In 1 four and a half pounds to the
Miss Pat Wed. night prayer meeting and Thursday evening to discuss advertising Of Wormy Telegraph office this week.
Leonard Noe- Wimberley. Thirtytwoare round numbers $33 million I
night said the beautiful
Bible study. plans and other matters Mr. Hofmelster
enrolled. collected in taxes Florida
was by
the Bible study and The public' is Invited to at. of community Interest. I golden tomatoes required no
I'e him were am- Miss Vivian Duncan is In chargeof tend all services.: Visitors are New officers of the Rotary Glut Business counties and $35 million was paid extra cultivation, but that he> '
Into the city treasuries In the
tthieeknow edge of the the Primary Department. Local welcome. Come bring a I are: Walter Caldwell Pres.; F. i,State. had bought the seeds from West r.
his subject workers with her are Miss Ruby friend M. Walwrath. Vice- Pres. S. E.
of and be with a good ; Virginia.
reparation Green Mrs. F. C. peo "Balanced against the total tax
lead. Hollingsworth pie for a great McKay Secty. Treas: Lindsay orl.lnated't 1
sty to Mrs. Nelson Green, and Mrs. J. cause. Walker, Sgt. at Amu.: Wm Reynolds S bill' is an approximate $tIO million The game of; chess
week the Tuesday Bl- I R. Hill. Twenty-eight are enrolled The regular monthly felowshlp Huntley Redfern, Wm. ., + In various 'grants' for social, security more than 3000 years ago in 't I
[ will be in charge of In this supper will be next Thursday welfare, education con Hindustan '
dy group. .
evening. July 29, at 8:00: p.m at Whiteoides, L. Walker, DirectorsA F.upne: McR**, 14, stand In front of the most unique building 1'
Jolty and Lois Miss Olivia Letton has chargeof the American Legion Hall. Everyone meeting was held Monday night In Bradford County* store dedicated only to the sale of fishing to''
.Misses! the Junior Department and the to lay" plans for the coming year. : '
Twins) left Wednesday I local workers come andd enjoy a great worms." Eugene, who manages the store for Ms dad, L. E. "Mac" 1
( assisting her are I I
or visit with their Geor. Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Mrs. C. fellowship with one another. !McRae. sHIn a few soft drink on the (tide, but "we haven't any today it I I
(te.TIlly: in Hart ell, C. Colley and Miss Dorothy Swan. Chlldrens hour every Friday ," rw. .Mid. sorrowfully when Interviewed on a hot day thU. week. DAVIS i b!

,bom. Thirty are enrolled. afternoon 3:30: pm. at the church. Lawtey Mr. McRae gather the worms by "grunting." a prom" of producing i

Ladles( Auxiliary meets The Youth Fellowship including All they children have come and see what vibration In the ground with a deeply driven stake which la OF BALTIMOREP'AINTS. 'f 1 t
??,?-/ afternoon previous Intermediates and Senior learn to for you and mr L. H. infra rube4 with a roln coated board: The vibration drive'" the wormsto \

prayer service, and besides jr j Young People will have chargeof who loves sing us. praises to Him . . the surface, when they are easily pkketl up. :f : i
r work they are help- the service Sunday evening at Asked If he '_n't bit small
nary Women council will meet the Freddie Dinkins was in Jack a for Ills age fourth grader Eugene: ,
carry on In China many 8 o'clock. This will be the con. first Thursday In every month sonville last week visiting his Mid 1 he'd "been aorta sickly all my life... But looking up quickly, he .j 1

eell i are met through their I cluding program of the Youth : at the church-time 3:00: p.m. uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. H. added "but I'm doing fine now.1 .
Week. The
Youth Ac- All members are asked to come J. Cox: The worms are bringing $1 a pint these. day, and Eugene figures) 't' 1,

nvBSBB nlnnl and bring abmeone with you Vernon Rafe arrived In Law. ha averages about 919 In business every- day. Interior Finishes (Flat) Quick Drying Enamel :.': k ,I

tey last Monday to begin his The "worm store" Is located on the Jacksonville highway Just Floor &: Deck Enamel Exterior &: Interior r+ t I

B. Alvarez & Son St. Mark's EpiscopalRev. duties as teacher In the Junior north of the city limits. a

B. E. Simmons B.D.'I ar High School. SEM-I-GLOW For Walls & Woodwork r ,

Mrs. Jack Bales and two children J. E. Wilson Placed the agency has helped SO families f, i
Sunday August 1: of West Palm Beach are the II ,
10 a. m.: Church School. guests of Mrs. Bale's mother Mrs, On FHA Committee ( in Bradford County toward
ransfer & Storage Co. 11 ; better farming and better. living '
a. :
m.: Holy Communionand Mae Wells. ;
We A Full Line Of These Paints .
Sermon. The Baptist Revival Is In progress To Supervise Loans with farm purchase and farm operating Carry ,

| AGENT FOR DELCHER' BROS. The Church Is open dally for this week with the Rev., Appointment of Joe E. Wilson, loans" Mr. Deal said. In And We Guarantee Them To Be The Best 1.1 1' : I

prayer and meditation. E.! D. Bayer of Tampa as guest the past 12 months 73 applications I 1 1BRADFORD ,
three term on
Starke to a year
and Phone 9105 !speaker. While In Lawtey Rev
is9 S : have been received for this :
CONGREGATIONAL Bayer is staying/; with his daughter the Farmers Home Administration -. type of credit. y

Siplau. We Operate Local and Long Die METHODIST CHURCH Mrs Fred Moore.\ county committee for Bradford '
i iI
.: tance. Also Hauling Anywhere In Services every Saturday night, Miss Easley Shuford of Virginia County was announced this The average American consumes HARDWARE.COMPANY. 'i
State Di
J. A. Texada,
Starke City Limits. Sunday morning and Sunday night was visiting relatives in Lawteylast rector.by 187.4 quarts of milk in a I I II Ia
11 a. m. and 8 p. m., at Con. week. year. I
SEE US FIRST gregational Methodist Church on Mrs. J. H. Harrell and Keeffee Mr. WlUon succeeds L.L. Con-

Brownlee Road. Rev. J. W. Grlf- Harrell, and Mrs.\ Drawdey of ner whose term expired June
fls, Pastor. Jacksonville visiting in Law 30th. Also on the committee,, are
.. were
tey last Sunday. They attended T. T. Blackburn of Lawtey and MIC ,ig
Demorest of Starke.A igt
ST. EDWARD'S Church at the Baptist Church. R. F.

CATHOLIC CHVRCH Mrs. D. Blackburn of Jackson committee of three serves in

GUNTER & SONMONUMENTS Sunday Mass 10 a. m. ville attended church at the Bap. each agricultural county throughout j
the Nation In which the agency i !
Sunday School 11 a. m. tlst Church last Sunday. r
Week Day Mass 8:30: a. m. 1I i iI
MARKERS -Father John O'Dowd, Pastor. baby moved to- Lawtey from operating loans. Appointmentsare F / !
Lithia Springs last week. They scheduled so that a committee a,( I
VAULTS PENTECOST HOLINESS are occupying the Arwood cot. always has two experienced members I "# ', .t p prr

CHURCH tage. The Bradford County committee r I

10th St. and Temple Ave. Buster Browning of Galnesvilli has an Important placeIn

A aY Sunday School 9:45: a. m.: Morn- was. the weekend guest of his par. making supervised credit to / r 1 f, i C
Ing Worship 11 a. m.; Evangelistic local farmers, according to H.
Will Save You From 10 to 20 enU Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brown. h
trt I Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone ing. Deal County Supervisor. Before II I tI ti
Percent On Any Thing You Se- velcom any money can be borrowed I
I Rev. and Mrs. Ballard Wilson
4. lect. through the agency an applicant / r
entertained their sister, Miss MIrIam must have the approval of the I !
Wilson with a swimming part] ,
committee. In the casa .. f
riCK DELIVERY We Can Duplicate Any Keystone HeightsBy at Kingsley Lake. Mr. and Mrs, ounty of farm ownership loans, the i"" : III
H. C. Kelly and Mrs. Ed Durdan I 'iI'
farm tobe purchased enlargedor I ,
Stone Or Marker In From 3 To 30 Days assisted Mr. and Mrs. Wilson In (
improved must also be approved "
Mrs. Hazel McKay
entertaining the young people.
the committee."The ,
[Special (Hours On Sunday 8:30 to 10:30: A. M. Lunch was served picnic style. by agricultural 1
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Crosby and members know i .
2:30 to 7:00 P. M. Omitted Last Week two daughter Betty and Elane conditions in the county I 1' I f{

Miss Gertrude Hau er has returned and Miss Ann Crosby of Brooker and are often famllar :with the There's a touch of hum*row I l l Mt I

(Located On Highway 200 At South City LimitsP. after visiting relatives and were dinner guests of Mr. and farm .the applicant plans to operate 1 1 in the Futuramio OldsmotnU! II i "

friend in Chicago. 111, and Mead- Mrs. L. H. Futch last Sunday, ," Mr. Deal explained. In today With the dr.matie.wocp
O. Box 572 Starke, Fla. vlll. Pa. addition to approving loans the of modern simplicity>> this ea. .ji!
committee cooperates with the citing car blends beauty and J't,
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Dicks from
utility In !its "dynamic des Ip "
0., weekend visitors county supervisor in overall administration "
Sidney. were of the future. fbere's plentythat's ,
LakeGeneva of the program In / MM in Olds-the newFutnramJo 1 ,
and Mr. J. J. Sutherland, the county. Periodically they review "7V" for ,4al! ,
of Miami Beach, visited relatives By Blanche Cunningham the progress of borrowersto j.

INTEGRITYof here this week. . determine whether they have '
conduct and dealing with better Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bleha FAREWELL PARTY reached a financial position that OLDS MOB I LE 1 lIJ : *i ii

thoughtfulness and economy in all our of Teaneck. N. J., arrived Thurs, and would enable them to refinance i
Mrs. L. N. Wagner daughter
serving-these mark the reputable day and will make their home In their loans through private ten '
firm. Keystone Heights. Aline were hostesses at a ders. A farmer who Is eligiblefor i !
quality of this well known I honoring
farewell party Friday night -

Mr.been and delayed Mrs. Kyle In their McMurtyhave return I I Mrs. Ray Nuttles who It sources credit is not from eligible regular for lending a loan TORODE CHEVROLET CO. | ''li

for Switzerland, Fla.
leaving soon
from Jamestown, N. J. due to from the Farmers Home Admin. ; J i
to make her home.
the Illness of their young son,I Delicious refreshments were istration. I STARKE. FLA. I

DEWITT C. JONES Kyle, Jr. served and an enloyable time was Using this system of operation, i

STARKE! PHONIC 7 Mrs. Margaret Tracey returned had by all attending. Mrs. Nuttlei I

AMBULANCE! SERVICE frorrt accompanied a tour of by the his northern brother.states Earl' received many pretty and useful S "THE

Funeral Director Tracey, of :Meadville, Pa. gifts.The following guests were present Challenger I t j
Frank Walrath. Jr., Larry Wale NI
Our local funeral home enables : 1 1N 1r
us to rath Lindsay Walker Tom camP-I Mrs. William Nuttlea, Mrs. Ma I +
offer conveniences and services not hell Chuck Newman and Wayne Gentry Miss Lillian Gentry, Mrs.
otherw'se available. Watkins have brought in good .
E. C. Dylses Mrs. James Mose- t
catches of black bas!!! re-cently,1 K
ley, Mrs. E. H. Cooper, Mrs. William -
|furnish/ the highest type service at the lowest price. art] the largest weighing 10 1-2 Ibs. ( Wagner Mrs. T. 1I
ANY life insurance policy.in force. Issued by ANT com and caught: bv Larry Walrath. ley Mra Leonard Hamm Mrs \

.* payment In part or in full on a funeral. Consultation Keystone Heights split even in I Sue Mvrlck. Mrs' Raymond Car- I '
no obligation. a double header with Alachua flea, Mrs. R. R. Forsythe, and I : 1
lost four hit
Sunday. They jI I
Mrs. Blanche Cunningham. .
--- --- pitching effort by Don Dldeouqut r ..
------ ---------- ---
on a miscue In the final Inning. Mrs. Ida Gentry and daughterMiss
,, ,
Score 43. The second frame, a Lillian spent Sunday with

'Most Everything.II'1 !slugging l affair found Keystone Mr. and Mrs. Burt Busbee at f,

To Build Remodel Heights on the long end 1510. I Silver' Springs The Busb Repair or Roy Tyre pitched all the way for Mrs. Gentry's sor-in-iaw and

CODERSW/ READV-MIX Keystone Heights, but found a daughter. ,
wet ball hard to control and walk.I Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Myrick of

H- --:: ..d more men that the number of Ga'nesville' and Mr. Myrlck's v I

C hits which he gave up. Ed Stuckey mother Mrs. Sue Myrick, were I

A O caught both games for Kevstone.I church visitors at Pine Level on '4 S
These were were Tobacco League 1 last Sunday.

R = __ N contests.Mro. Ruth Hagel has been confined Jacksonville A Home That Is ALL Yours

C to Keystone Inn by illness. home on the lake here.
D Mrs Berry Rose and Mrs Mrs.! William Wagner, Mrs. R. -- 1

off ,Whitesides are recuperating from R. Forsythe Mrs. A. Carlson and S
washes right
/ RE recent' Illnesses. I Mrs R. Cunningham were callingon For This Amazing Price r

walls painted with Mr!*. Sarah Mac Donald Is Misses. Addle and Annie Lee .,
A T visiting friends and relatives in, in Melrose Wednesday.Mr. .

Brldgeville, Pa. and Mrs. Neil Major of Here Is e... .f the went ....... SMCIPICATIONS. O "T M tCHALLENGER" OTHER MODELS fI fIC
R SHKRWIH.WH.LIAMSSEMILUSTRE E Mrs. A. B. Watson recently returned -I Jacksonville visited Mr. Major's< ;...l .f the new "Horn in A This horn. CO". t10e I
from a visit to Miami. parents. Mr. and Mrs.' Wayne Hun?" new s dilpUy. .* Camp t.i.. 12 4a...bl.. hung windows TO CHOOSE FROM kl a
.... .... "The Stoic'.ird" agesoe.e. .... .. S
Mr. Ed Stuckey is confined to Major Sunday. .lIi. end ..e / Wall ere f drop .. .00.. .
E CONCRETEDirt "The Ch.IU....," h febdcet..idiee. .ppli.NM' Ya.l..ch l.. Z0 ha II H. $295.00 Irrtu' s' CY.S J .s. a'as III
his home by illness. free SILICTIO ....mm.nt ......1_ ..11 _....11 .s 2.4 "T.. Loe..illIl. ..ler"r
Asa i AND WALL FINISH B Mr. and Mrs. F M. Walrath Deeds RecordedAmong '. *.., built t. ritU *m....,... Nrb. !' Inches' .. C..l.,. II 21 ft. 20 ft $495.00 ,
Lovely colors! nIB erne.1.!.* h.m,. sax .. _.. .n..ti.!.. Is .* I-'.clt TI O q: "The Jon-One**"- i# 't
D Grand '/ the deeds recently recorded .J INTACT t. MMt !tee.*... In .u.. .. 2.i ..ft.... Hoot. .U .1 2! ft a 2* ft $175.00 ante
for kitchen L AUTOMOBILELIABILITY In the court house were: glees/. . .. *.. be shipped Ia I..s.eh. TQ .... 2. |ei.... The G.If.ft..w"k! k
busy nursery.. INSURANCE Ola Cowan and A. N. Cowanof ...-I...ric.**** rtUm to my. !IeT.... .!.....* tU. to C.mp 21 ft a 30 ft $935.00 ; ''jgall.
O O .. to Hie ....wI If t..'t .. "The W.U" .
It Is Alachua County to Eddie D. yes .!..... < e. *' 4 the LwoN exsaraw.
Although not compulsory NE .. Itttect. we wig Mae a.. H>. _.,. ..*...4t4HMMS, In. A 25 ft 33 ft 1025.00 ,.4 ,r r .r.1 14
O much safer to carry Usability Allen of Hampton. 82 acres: wells Is e*ey.Md....., Hwnr* wkkh ete _.w .. dk 4.y. "The Tra4.wln' "-- j i
ANNISBUILDING C Insurance. I represent only old 1-4 of the NW 1-4 of Sect. 31. ...... ... _f ...4 H..r .. .lam* 25 f* 1$ ft $1095.00 f''' i ,
lift, reliable stock tuenpsjnlea'Ton Twp. 7 S.. Range 22 E:: South of bee ... led this hues N .e "T1. ........"- '
R K boslnes. will be appreciated. Hampton. ..... ..... 25 ft i 4, ft $1725.00
Harold C. Wall to Mrs. Millie OPIN MONDAY THftU SATURDAY .... to 5 .... OPIN' SUNDAYS' 10 .... to 5 p.m. sueotrrto fLOOR HAN { : p'SI.i.i.ir

J. Fogg, both of Bradford County: /
S Street
129 W. Call
SUPPLIES W 1-2 of Lots 1 2 of Btk. 1 of
INC.1W1MS Opposite Bradford Co. Telegraph "A". CORP. '
addition WRECKING
Ph5 E. 8. :Matthews ARMY CAMP
e fl$ W. Mala St.. Soot P. a >B.Xe none 14 ,- !

GADQ:8vo.u: ; :, FLA. > N. D. Walnwright. Jr. Halley's Comet will next be PHONE 641
seen la 1984. CAMP BLANOING P O BOX 569
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L. Carlos, whose residence'and ..d 'I.

t. I '" S B S.JSSS BS S S .S S SS.M laying out-waiting for Annie to Doc Set Out For Business In Fine Style I of bemocritus.ancient Greece the,great was the physicist first dress, Is Louisiana.Ueneral Delivery New Orleans 21/Seal, nu.O""ICIA.L at. Stark'; rlorl,

EditorOn ring the dinner gong. Uk. a man to discover the atom and You are required to appear on As( StAtl
who cackles when she I basis of re-1 August 10 1949, In the above named Clerk of .,, ) .,
Island chicken that it was the fla".n
I Odlund's has port Court and cause, wherein plaintiff I T. Cr.'b 1'0'1lIy \,
t lays an egg. Annie really matter. seeks divorce. Bradford County I Frank I1fldrit b C.
I'I about when I Telegraph shall this OrderIn for Plr. 8taAtty. ,
) ring
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I Continued .
( next four I I.
meal rornr.
:"I!" she picks up that bell. I i.w: 'OI'.TV.. FLOPIU', flUCiFORD1:: : Witness my hand and official -
.4' Wand In my least three pal at Ktarke, Florida, this July '%
; toward the without at 0 '
'la complete ( 10:11: V Notice 1'1 '
I Lake manner. Thought and/or meat I Nell Long Bailey Plaintiff via.I .aI 27. 1948. I. hr.htUfldeImjgnd t
). ,( Kingsley headway kinds of seafood I I Clifford flaxl,,)'. fndunt. C..*. (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas, under I. .' tl"
'I I was making: pretty good four or five well-seasoned vegetables I No. 6724. An Clerk of said Court. I the tIctiti.Jeweir .'iiI ,
I glanced to the PfBLIfATIOXAND : Bv Haven CroHl!>y. D. ('. I 109 at tht n
until salad ;
'' 1i.i. too I a nice crisp your ORDER OF East Clall fQiioSIrI .
; /: my I NOTICE TO APPEAR H. O. Brown Starke, Fla. I and ..,,
Imagine intend
t ',J r, .arent marahllne. choice of corn bread or hot biscuits STATE OF FLOIUDA to: Clifford Atty. for I'lf. 7-30 4t 8-20 I fiCtitious flOtC ( ""Ift"lit

\ urprlse to see that a certain andd tea or coffee. Bel'eve I Bnxlvy, whose renldenc last known I I Clerk of t it.' :"'I'Jft ''h, .,.
of bullrusht wan some- bralnwork li: Chnrlwctoii South Curollim. iv riRri'iT ('corni nntnroiinCOI'HTY. ford ('ount)' lt'Ia ., clump It or not. the heaviest I You are required to appear on : FLORID" IN: CHAN- Ed Slmp.oJ' '
quite mysteriously!' keepingrlRht coming to Odlund In th alov CKHYMildred Fllark., (i Ea"
how. I've done since I AuKUHt 30th. IIMS, Flit tol,
; with mel No matter how to decide whetherto I nit,met! Court and can*.*, wherein CaHxet Klrkwood Plaintiff ,1.30 U S'20ma )"n"
up beyond Island Is trying: ; I plaintiff ..el<. divorce and ruHtody i I vs. Hohart K. Klrkwood. Defendant .
hard I rowed I couldn't have another piece of cornbread I of child. Bradford, County Telegraph! Case .Vo. 6726. -
that clump of weedi.!' Slid- I or switch to the biscuits. < I hall pi'bllfh, this Order In n.xt I ORDER OF PUBLICATION
what was four ueekly IHHUVH.'ltn AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
dawned on cook- I
denly It Tf vou'rl ever eaten Annie's \\ i.M my hand and official STATK OF FLORIDA) tn: Hobart
II. happening. I gave the oar everY In? you'd appreciate what a seriotis I I coal at Htarke Florida thin 21th R Klrkwood, whose residence) and
4 I : thin I had (which was none to) that Is. There's no I of July 1H41 address Is: Unknown.You .,
problem (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, are required to appear monthly I11fotI
actual'y on
I 'i: I, much, by that time) and such thing as a lIght; meal on I An Clerk. of i aid Court. I Atiguitt 30, 1848 In the above named Laura. S'Ott W.C.t
two Inches on the I By Haven Cranny. I). e.I Court and wherein held
f 4 gained about Odlund Island. When I hear a I cause Plaintiff F'rlda.
\ Then I paused for n T. JL John J. Hendr.on, E.'I.| St. AUJUH.Un. / seeks divorce and restorationof the 3:00:
I bullruahes. noise 1 never know whether I home of
t weedi strange F.'". name. Bradford County 'W", 1on 1\\
I', deep breath and the derned It's an alligator bellowing or Ally fo,' Plf. 7-30 4t 8-20 Telegraph shall publish' this Order Temple \011I'.

I!<' surged ahead. I began some hurried Ma Odlund's table groaning. I /llV ;;;;;; In Witness nextfour. my weekly hand isSues and official .
calculation to figure $ : : CIllCtlT 1'. DR 'FORI>
;; t mental Yes I brought along some booksto I ('0' "'l't. FLOHIOAI IM CH.iJuanita :>;- P'r----
how long It would take to padd'c read. One that comes highly I (" :11 Y
'I'ro' .
back to the Inland Marlon Church
\3 ,t',f the mile or more recommended is called "Peace of v... Richard 1 IS.,; Church Defendant.
at this rate-If I'could book Cane No. H20J.I' .
Mind',. If It wasn't a library
l out-which. of course. I couldn't.Just heard. '('d be tempted to use It for crab : -I OKDEK AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO ArrE.RSTATJo1 : Announcement.

t ,$1, at that moment I halt. There's more peace of mind ; T I t OF FLOniDA to: Richard .
the sweetest music I've ever heard B. Church whose renldencv. .lest. .
..I: faint put-put of sitting on the dock at Odlund'lITdand known hal: 276 KlngHpoInt fluud..
In my life-the watching the sun set over treat Neck, Lome! Inland New i
'I: 'f': an outboard motor. In a minute a the mouth of the Suwannee RI- T.. York. James T\Iayes former resident of Starke I
boat came In sight around a You are required to appear on
:I ver than could be found In a AuttUHt 30th 1948 .In the above
{ : I bend In the river. It was Boy. tha whole edition of Dr. Llebman's minted Court and cause wherein and experienced radio man, j is now with|,
handsome, young, panther-footed plaintiff seekS divorce and custody.
Odlund's In. book, good as It is. of child. Bradford County Tel. Shepherd Radio Service.We .
J'i "1 ftul four .
i land. next weekly l lsues.I
,( about la why the hair on too
I Witness Hand and
In ? my official faster !
assure and
4 "Want me to pull you of my head doesn't grow as fast eat at Hlarke, Florida. thl... tilth you continued good

"",'l Bov shouted. nonchalant ss that on the back of mv neck. day(OFFICIAL of July,SEAL 1949.) A. J. Thomas service on all makes and models I
/ii: : I tried to appear When I first submitted to this I A* Clerk of laid Court of

,,,,t ',f and give the Impression that I crew cut to end all crew cuts I Pictured above i U the Intent thing In automobll is. doctors, and drug atorcn. I By Haven Crosby, D. C. radios.Shepherd's.

-. ; was desrended from a long; line fondly Imagined that It would l In fact the auto I... s' Cadillac. the phy.lcUa .In. Dr. W. E. Mlddlrton, of Starke, and the drug store, John, Fla..f. Henderson Esq St. Augustine -
; boatman but when Boy Ills office owned the doctor. AUY. for Pit. 7-30 4t 8-20
I'I'o : 1 of Volga grow out by the time I reentered containing wait by good I .

':O tossed me that tow rope I grab civilization. Now I see how The year wan 1911 and the acme WM Worthington Springs when Dr. Mlddleton bravely potted (note IJf: CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD .

,,: r. bed It like a drowning man ,clutches wrong I was The back of the the gauntlet gloves to you) for the camera of man namrd Parrlith. At that time Dr. Mlddleton I COVNTY.9EIIY FLORIDA IM: CHA -

'\.t., )'iI. the proverbial straw. neck of course, will soon be long whe was born In IMup, Ga., on January 80 of 1877 had been praetlcag for eleven year After aevrral Mary. Lee McOee Clark Plaintiff

>rl 'j i "I got worried about you when enough to braid but If that on yearn of practice In Brooker and Hampton Dr. Mid fletois finally settled In Starke and has been here Case v.. esse No. 1728ORDER Clayton Clark. Defendant.

,}I% '1f'iI the squall blew up" Boy said. top has grown one iota you'd alncw. 1919. I OF PUBLICATION Radio
):J t 1. "If that wind got any strongerwith have to have a pair of calipers to I ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR Service
\; The car Is a one cylinder Job .whlch Doc claim\ lasted him a yrar. The Cadillac had plenty ol I STATE OF FLORIDA
) to Jesse
out you'dbe :
1.J the tide going ,
the bell
,\i ;' before prove it. Oh well what miles) left In It, but a fellow who claimed to be a mechanlo climbed under It with an open flame aa a Clayton Clark who.e residence Is:
i'ri', ; in the Gulf of Mexico has much unknown.
i editor as
.',,: you knew it. A country for glamour as a cut glass apt one night lied always forgotten about the always open gas tank, and Doe lost his car by fire. You are required. to appear on Phone 10 Madison St. S

Good boy Boy. use The road of those days were only trail, asserts Dr.'MIddIet.... In 1911 there were only four Auvuxt 90th. I94S. In the above
Imposing stone and I've long nam.d Court and cause wherein
1." Last time be went out thl .Inr* reached the are where) com thor honwtea buggies In this are two In Lake Butler and two In Starke. ( plaintiff eeeki divorce. Bradford

t' : t young fellow bagged six alligators irt-I is-more to- b; desired thancompUment.l. I ---- Order County in Telegraph next four hall weekly publish I...thin... _

!1. and incidentally made himself I John P. Snider Lady Fair Salon Frank: Broadway Wltnevi I $,ark.my, hand -anti official i
37.50, since the current 'fa- or'iufir. Florida' this 28th
F. down 1949.IOVFWIAL
.Is overthe I
,. llJ tor market Is' 91.75 per front The sun easing V teran Of Navy Reopens MondayThe Buys Auto StationThe dEAL) A. J. Thomas
1 foot. If I could hit the broad marshes. Annie's In the : As Clerk of laid Court.

t' ;> aide of a boat house I might chen making up a batch of hot Dies At Home HereJohn Lady Fair Beauty, Salon Temple and Lake Gulf. By John Haven J. ...Henderuon Cronby, D.lC.g..C., St. Augpim- Don't GambIt

'f to- sell the rolls. Boy Is salting down hi* tine. Fla.
; be tempted Telegraphand
: I located Call Street East service
i P. Snider 62. died of an on just station located at the Atty. for Plf. 7-30 4t S-20
( : become a'Suwannee River (J 'gator hides Ma Odlund Is In _
t Internal hemorrhage late Sunday of the railroad will Mon. Intersection of Temple Ave. and
4<, ,. (for 'gator) Man. Seems to be the: garden swatting GeorgiaThumpers. L reopen iv: nnrtiT COTHT. BRADFORD
I me-ole evening at his home near Starke Lake St., was purchased by H. I I, co'i'y, FLORIDA IN CHIN.raIv : -
for rockingchair's
"' I more money in it. As day, August/ 2. under the super. ('

.-:;.:,. And to think-If I were home got me and got me good. on the Keystone Heights Road. vision of Mrs. Lorraine Hartmann C. (Frank Broadway last week. ntndyi Parker Plaintiff. VH. AlvIn

)4 right now Fd be bent over a I'm beginning to wonder If ole I Mr. 'Snider was In the Navy Champion. The Beauty Salon had Mr. Broadway. who said that he Parker.ORDER Defendant.OF PUBLICATION Case No. '8121.I With YourseBring

'; ,l1 drawing board laying-out ads for swivel chair can ever hold me I I from 1908 through 1912, and he closed in February ot this year would continue to operatethe AND NOTICR TO APPEAR

.i ; 1 the next edition. As It Is I'm just again. I served In that branch of the service because of illness In the familyof ; auto service as usual is a Parker STATE, whose OF FLORIDA residence to U: :Alvin Un. .

during the First World War the proprietor.The known.
former employe of National I You are appear on
Merchant Marine
He then joined the : dtht..o
reopening of the shop will August 30, 1948, In named >
until failing health forced his Plastics. Court and .
cause wherein phlntlU -
feature the Introduction of "Sup- prescriptions t tc
cooks divorce your
retirement this He had just The Bradford County
year. station
I ersonlc Radio Waves", which Is Telegraph shall publish this Order
recently returned from Japan. I I R. E. Mundorf who has In next four weekly Issue,
new process of giving a cold wave Witness my hand and official KOCH'S where two registered
Born In Wheeling, W. Va.. Mar. with a special machine. operated It for four years. Mr. eal, at Starke, Florida this July
13 1880, his parents were the late I 11. 1949.
Mrs. Champion and her husband i Mundorf Is now an employe of (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, pharmacists are at
Theodore and Elizabeth Moore- you
s, who Is to attend the University As Clerk of cald Court.
I% ; house Snider I the National Guard maintenance By Haven ('roab)'. D. C.
cT:4 -
of Florida will reside E. K. Perrvman, Stark. Fla. service atf ALL times.
Surviving besides his widow Iln Starke. shops at, Camp .Blanding.IIANDKERCIUEF Atty., for Plf. ___ 7-30 4t 8-80 :,

Mra. Valeria Snider are two 1* riHCriT. COURT. BRADFORD
daughters, Margaret and Doro-j Tobacco Credit CERY'' Never Undersold -
Fine linen handkerchiefs are Genevieve Crandall. Plaintiff v...
thy Snider, both of, Indiana; two Rates Announced Ronald (Crandall Defendant. Case
precious possessions these days No. 6722.I .
brothers, William Snider of Mingo ORDER OF PUBLICATION Free Delivery Service
when linen and'other fine fabrics
: I
; Junction, Ohio and Albert Sniderof Commodity Credit Corporationloan I I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
: rates all of 1948 "come high" In the stores. To 8TATR OF FLORIDA to: Ronald
Ohio two sisters on grades
Steubenvllle -
4' rc4 : make handkerchiefs last longer, (Crandall whose residence l la: Un
ki Mrs. Addle Taggert of Ches- un-tled flue-cured tobacco ranging known. Prescriptions Called For & Driven!
textile scientists of the U.S. Department .
from S to 66 cents You are required to appear on
ter. Vt.- and Mrs. Nellie McCormick per pound t
of Agriculture offer August SO, 1948. In the above named
J of Moundavllle\ W. Va.: one were announced this week by the Court and cause wherein plain.

,. %_ step-daughter, Mrs. Betty Cor- U S. Department of Agriculture.The some suggestions about buying Teleitraph tiff seeks divorce shall Bradford. County
and care: publish this Order
4 I What Is Good lew Cady of Muskegon Mich.: loans, which will\ be available In next four weekly l.su."s. ,
Appearance I 'I'i.e I I WltnesH mv hand and official seal
: four step-sons, Arthur Oorlew of to cooperating\ growers Buying. n-.ore even and .
at Storks, Florida, this July 28. ,
Worth To You? Cocoa. Fla., Earl Corlew Nor- on a grade basis average 39.9 compact the weave ana weight of 1949. ..
all cents pound In the handkerchief, the Its OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.
man Corlew and Glen Corlew, per conformitywith greater I[ An Clerk of aid Court.
}t A man isn't well-dressed unless he is well of Starke. the statutory provision call- chance of survival. Embroidered By Haven Crosby, D. C.

pressed Fastedlous men know how Important Services will be held Thursday Ing for price supports at 90 percent Initials, open work and hand- I I Jacksonville Zach II. Douglas.Fla.. 33 W. Ashley St., KOCH DRUG STOR

4j well-cleaned, well-pressed clothing i is! morning In Steubenvllle Ohio. of parity. The 194T loan rate hemstitching add to the appear. Att)'. for Plf. 7-30 tt S-30

'1 to their appearance. Our flawless methods Interment will be In the family I was 36 cents per pound. ance and cost and, unfortunately. I lr cmrviT ;;;;:;.. HHADFORDCOriTY.

'! keep your precious suits in ship shape lot in Steubenvllle. I Loan rates for 1948 untied to. also make the handkerchief more I! FLORIDA IN: CHANCF.RY -

condition. With the critical clothing situation hacco marketed In Georgia and fragile. The first break often Elsie M. Petersen Plaintiff. va. Phone 53 Starke, Fla. Phon

; it will pay you to use our heartily Thompson Has Part Florida, will be 4 cents per pound comes xt the hemstlchtng where Lawrence Petersen Defendant. Case.
fabric Is No. (780
less the thinner around
than for tied tobacco mar. or
approved dry cleaning more frequently. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
In Aerial TrainingLeaping keted In the other flue.cured pro- Initials where the embroidery Is IC.oT APPEARSTATE

ducing States. This Is the same I so much heavier than the surrounding OF I) to: Law., I
Fence whoso residence !I.
from an airplane 1000 differential that prevailed last I linen. Hand-rolled edgesare 194 Oelston Avenue, Brooklyn N. Y. p

PHONE 135 feet above the ground Army year. Markets In southern Georgia' lea sturdy than stlched hems. I You "are; required: to appear on
August 30 1941. In the above named
ROOT. naratrooper Sgt. O. B. Thompson and northern Florida will open' t,
315 participated last week In an Airborne on July 22 and marketing will they are badly soiled so seeks and divorce control Hole of .the keep: minor care,child custody I Facts.

GREEN TempleAre Training Problem at Fort move northward as the crop ma. that they need little or no rubbingto Bradford County Telegraph shall
Bragg, N. C. Sgt. Thompson Is tures. become clean. publish this Order In next four .
An hour's soakIn \ weekly Insuee.Witness. ,,
Owner the son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. The loans will be available to cool suds will loosen much ofHoe my hand and official. 1
R. S. Rosier of Raiford. He has soil and save strenuous wash. seal. at Stark., Florida this July
cooperating gl'Owerproducerswho 27. 148.
been In the Army for six years. have not In Ing. | OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
grown excess 1 A. Clerk' of mn'd' C I FORD(
Over 800 fellow paratroppew nu"t. WED 1949
of Individual If handkerchiefs 21st a new
marketing quotas are washed In By Haven Crosby D. C
STARKE, FLA. of the 82nd Airborne Division through the Flue-Cured the machine along with ''I H. O. Frown Starke. Fla.i '
Tobacco ; other !
made the jump with Sgt. Thomp- 'I'i Atty. for Plf. 7-30 4t 8-20 Tudor Sedan was delivered by us to a resident
Cooperative Stabllatlon Corpora. clothe! It Is a good Idea to tie I I' _
r non and 230 West Point cadets tlon of Raleigh N. them in a loose cheesecloth : riRcrir. (COI-RT BR.'\DFORI> with lIB
The StabillZHtlon hue town. This his order
were present to watch aa the I'I COI'".TY. FLOH1DAI IN:\ CHANTF.RIT. man had placed
Corporation will and let them go through both I .
out I
boot-clad of the C-82 paratroopers aircraft. The poured jump an office again this year at Val- 'vn.her and wringer In the bag. 1 Annie Henry L.Laura(""Cnrloe('arlolO.Defendant. Plaintiff vs. ONE AND ONE-HALF YEARS AGO.

dosta Ca.< to serve growers In the This!' saves them' from wear in Case No 6470.OREtPR t
took place on Thursday July 20. Georgia-Florida washing and from the chance of OP PUBLICATION( lie definitely stated that he wanted the car
producing area. AND NOTK-W TO
I Upon landing the combat team 4PPRAK
getting caught on wringer rolls. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Henry wife to <011
and for his his
deflated their parachutes, own use, and even brought
undertook a simulated attack Rev. Tice Speaks If properly washed and thoroughly

with artillery. rockets small. arms At rtsed- and sun-dried hand. -k room to see this car before purchase.ONE .
fire' and aerial bombs. should need no bleaching
I which Is apt to be hard on the' ENJOY
The 82nd Airborne Infantry Rev. Joseph H. Tice. Educational fabric. DAY after delivery of the car, it appe
Boiling should be
', 4:, Regiment U a volunteer. Regular Secretary for the Florida I necessary -
only In COOL
case of colds or con. local used-car lot. A
combat unit. Temperance
Army his League win deliver tagious diseases, and then It Is Ir'I'

1,11 J 'ed popular sermon flannel-board"That's- illustra- better to use! paper handkerchiefswhich We publish this evidence of how u
Starling Chosen a Fact" in can be Hscarded. RIDING statement' '

t I11 For Forestry CampAmong .-the..>.-c<-.mK First.-- .1-.Baptist a- p.m.Church. This- Sunday sermon Pin handkerchiefs to the_ line_m_ nn_n WITH OUR NEW these '49 FORD cars put in their appearance i ill
top of a towel and leave them ii

r h e4n the 100 or more boys sent presents liquor the situation truth about In an the author.pr... only until dry. Flapping In'the PLASTICSEAT car lots, also as evidence: of our serious! atU

-hft will attend each week of the Itatlve wind causes wear and tear.
and Interesting manner. It deliver of order and oa
Iit4 Florida cars according to date
14th Annual Forestry
has received the highest Care. The man of the house Is

Training Camp, which begins Aug. from ministers educators commen.dation likely to be hard on his handker- purpose of playing fair with all prospective: r

i x: \ at Camp O'Leno State Park and Christian leaders chiefs. Wherever possible per. ft

near High Springs, will be Jerry Evervone should hear this auade him to use paper or cotton chasers in this community.

Starling of Starke. Come and hear the mesosage. handkerchiefs for everyday and COVERS

I A HEALTHFUL BUY Sponsored by the Florida Forest regarding the liquor truth save his linen handkerchiefs for
Service the camp consists of from situation pocket display All-Leather Trim
one who knows the j
I. You can help youngsters build strong, sturdy bodies a _k of primary study and a I and how to present It. truth j

If you give them plenty of Gustafson'a milk. It will week of advanced classes In fundamentals Baptist Church .5'p

mean more vigor, more health and better bones and Starling will of good attend forest both practices.weeksof Negro, Killed Sat. .* r 3P1STARKE

teeth. And it will delight you to see them enjoying "The Joy of Salvation", sermon

every glassful of its delicious: creamy flavor. To get Delegates camp. are chosen to at. In Reno IncidentWillie this Sunday morning at 11:00: by I
- Rev.. Lewis D. Haines Pastor
milk that U extra-rich in flavor and quality, orderGustafson's tend the camp for their Interest Willis colored about 35, First Baptist. Starke. The Sun-of ANDREWS MOTOR COMPASALES

milk today and work In forestry .. membersof died Immediately after receiving a day evening message will be
Florida of the Future .32 ,
chapters pistol wound In the head last brought by Rev. Jos. H. Tice. Educational
TELEPHONE Fanners of America.
_ Saturday night Secretary of the Fla. '
SERrIl'Phone )
Wednesday a Coroner's Temperance League. A flannel- Seat Cover 4fB'

Building Permit iurv returned a verdict of "Justtriable board Illustrated sermon That's

F homicide" against Leall a Fact". t COMPANY 118 W.FLORIDA )!faA
DAIRY This building permit wu Best colored who said he shot wu- Training Unions meet at 6:13
recently Issued by the City of ls in self-defense. Corner Court MadlaonPbatM
The School
shooting oc- Sunday being held
--4 PHONE 2312 I Starke cured In. colored Jock jobi at 9:43.: with flepsftments and .. !' Starke :

,. Green Cove Springs. Florida K. E. Henderson 3000. home, Barn's Place operated by Best classes for all Cages. UId-wek ......
p Lafayette and Myrtle sts. In Reno.
SERVING STARKE DAILY I corner service Wednesday at 8.



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