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

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Official County Publication Established In 1877

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Plans for New Jail Conner Congratulated by FFA Director I
; I T.B.X-RayClinic Health Unit Issue

;ost $40,000, Hold 55 Prisoners'' To Be Held Here Headed' For Ballot '


I'lm, of a sleek modern jail to house Bradford law- On August 22 -

I safety took on a definite tinge of reality this
i in
Three Councilmen to Be PickedIn
County Commissioners Monday perused penal plans

I them by Florida Prison Supervisor Jesse E. disease Tuberculosis Every new ID a case communicable of Tuberculosis City Election Sept. 10;

ia contracted from another Books Close Today
I1 ommissioners, at the regular first Monday meet- I 'nfectlouK case It In not hereditary -

Courthouse, displayed keen interest as the Prison tr eMe but it is true that this dla-

lr described the recommended new jailhouse. The r.Jt ease runs in families, because' the Tomoirow n" the final day for unregistered electors to
,,, Intimate register and become qualified! to vote in the coming city
I ,., 'story structure would house a maximum of 55 contacts of home life
I 'comfort sanita- makes it easy for the germ to be election, Carl Johns, City Clerk, announced yesterday.The .

In \ spread from one person to others registration books will be open ut City Hull until
security ; the county pro Scout Jamboree : In the family circle. noon Saturday. :Mr. Johns stated, but any person unable to
office for Tuberculosis is similar t.o Can register before that time may contact the Clerk until 6

living quarters cer, In that cure can be o'clock tomorrow night and be registered" he added.

|r, and kitchen facilie To Attract If discovered anti treatment start-I i
Crowd Air. Johns
out the
| total cost would ap- 1 t ed in the early stages. and sal I pointed j

|$40,000.. little can be done if tllacovereil, BUS Will Begin fact that there are separate '

lii-nlssloners have Invited Indications are that a record I i h In late stages. registration hl oklf o I' the
/ \
Lmble Rogers. Winter crowd will attend the Summer X-Ray examination Is a means general and for the City of
Scout Jamboree of the New Rh'erI of discovering the disease In early- New Term 30
to the next reg- Aug. Starke elections and electors
Kitect District to be held Monday, An- ; f stages. The State Bureau of Tu- : ,

|l meeting with the ex- gust 19, at the C H. Nasworthy I berculosis will hold an X-ray must: register on the City

I ew of getting the pro- place on Klngsley Lake. clinic In Bradford County at the registration books in order to
Students of .
| Prxilford
l.rwayB Activities will get under' way office of the County Health Dept. High cant a ballot In municipal, elections.
I tae Starke on Thursday August 22nd. School will lose it tiny of vacation .
selected. TenBUI about 2 p. m. with a program of v lio I "Many persons have confused -
has been Scout advancement, and game's The hours will be announced' but gain a holiday lu an "even the county with the city

provide tor remodel- The day will feature the monthly at a later date. The services will trade" announced by I the Hoard of registration books in the past. A

present Jail located In Board of Review and business | + } a, te available to the following typeof Public instruction following its persons must renter on both to
behind the court- individuals: bo eligible to vote in
square all election
meeting, and will be highlightedby -
regular here
Ko an office building to a fish baibecue. (1)) Re-examlnatlon of the meeting *," he siild.

I the demands constantlye known active case not In sanitarium Monday The
I approaching election
All Scouts And Cubs their parents
upon the county by for the purpose of Ordinarily the Stnrke school will he held at City Hall
and officials
invited t
Bntal agencies for office attend., are ) rl checking on the progress of begins Its fall term out lAbor Day Tuesday September 10, at which

y .f 1, the dlNi'ine. I This year, however, tho opening time three councilmen will be

Id For Celebration e ((2) Examination: of the known 1 1arrf'lItl't date Is set for Friday, August/ HO, elected and the citizen. of Stark

mi loners unanimously Intruder Leaves ; case of tuberculosis. but student.* will be given a holiday will express, a p p r oval or ells-

ted $500 to help defrayof Footprint on J- t f ((3) Examination of the house on Monday, Sept. 2, the date approval of city financial air to

the Victory Celebra- .- hold contacts to a known case sot for Bradford County's welcome the Bradford County Health Unit.

Veterans Homecomingr Appointment Book of tuberculosis and casual contacts home celebration for returned The councilmen whose term
i Pictured above la Doyle Conner. 17-year-old son of Mr,, and, Mrs. service
Day, which will be needing examination. men. expire are E. W. Hayes, C. A.
September 2.Kurd Leila's Beauty Shop on South Leon Conner of Route 2, Starke. being congratulated by the statedirector ((4)) Patients with aymptonm Friday August 30, will be de- Knight, and K. Q. Duncan. Hayes

referred a request Thompson St., was entered some- of Future Farmers of America upon Conner's election as referable to the chest under the voted to the registration of stu and Knight stated to the Tele-

K County Commissioners time Tuesday night when an unknown president of the Florida FFA organization at Camp O'Leno last supervision of the health de- dents'In all grades, and regular graph this week that they would

that Bradford and Clay party or parties carried a week. At extreme left Is Doyle Crews 17-year-old son of Mr. and partment. classes will begin o n Tuesday seek reelection, and Duncan said

Jointly employ a county tall ladder to the store windowsof Mrs. Kirby Crews, Route 2, Starke, who was elected sixth vicepresident ((5)) Examination of patients Sept. 3, that he had not yet made up his

fflcer, to this county's the building and broke the of the organization. --Photo by T. H. Oi.borne. with chest symptoms referredby On the recommendation of Foster mind. ,,;'I,

Ificer, Albert Lee Crosby glass while trying to unfasten the private physicians.. Shl Smith principal of BH8. No other candi...'** have quail-
catch. (6)) Examination of patients the Board announced the employment fled. The deadllr- for
and at the qualifyingas
:gallon report
ting. When employes of the shop arrived Minnesota Dairyman Lt. Com. Guy Joins thought to be suspicious of of five additional teachersfor a candidate for councilman is

for work Wednesday morn- PartnerOf University Faculty tuberculosis and found by mobile the Starke school. They are August 30. _
Ittee of citizens reside Becomes
ing they were greeted by an array X-ray survey units. Miss Joycelyn Zelgler home economics If the cltUens of Starke vote
I Santa Fe Lake section of upset merchandise and a F. O. PetersonFrank After Navy Discharge The local physicians and Interested ;. Loyell Bryant assistant to continue financial assistance to
before the CommissloaK -
male footprint was found on the civic organization have coach and teacher;; Blanchard the Healto Unit, whlrh this .
the day' requesting coj 'appointment book. Fingerprints O. Petersonowner' ofPeterson's Lt. Com. John A1 Guy, son ol''b8en netifUd ,,*4 this cllnto. Law; Mr*. MJ A. Ohafln and Mr.. U $1.800. a garbage" collection fee *.
fol a new road hi"that Mrs. Ann R. Guy of Hampton, Cases and contact. known to the .
were discovered around the Dairy here, announced I Ola RDbln.on.At of OO 'cents per month for residences
The Board Is sending smashed window and Sheriff A. this week that he has entered In- | was released to Inactive duty In Health Department will be visited I I and $1 per month for

ttee to Investigate them O. Andreu took the window to W the Naval Reserve at the Jacksonville by the nurse and given appointment Rotary .Club I businesses will be levied and col.
of building such a road.lamer to a partnership with C. *. Others not visited, lected.
the State Prison to see If experts
and I. McClaurln.ng there could identify the print! Wood, of Minnesota."Mr. Fla. Personnel Separation notify the Health Department

the Hercules Powder Wood has had dairying Center on August 1, after four or consult your physician regarding -
The cash register lay open on F Judge Adkins Gives
I. appeared before the the floor but Mrs. W. B. Mundy, experience in different parts of years of service an appointment. This Is nec-

Bonn In response to com- owner of the shop reported that the country and we expect to Entering the Navy on July 15, I essary as only approximately 100 tA Advice to Arsonist

hat county roads, and money was kept within reachof build up our volume of productionto 1942 as a lieutenant (Junior cases will be seen at this cllnlo. j Along with Sentence
mtn being damaged by no. the burglars. The door con- meet the demands we have' grade) Commander Guy received I A doctor specallzlng in Tuberculosis ( : a

Bany'n heavy' trucks and necting the beauty shop and the long experienced but have been hU. Indocrlnatlon at Dartsmouth, will visit this county In September r Julian t). Urunnen, Jr., Gainesville

t t. The concern Is pres- adjoining dress. shop was not unable to m e e t," Mr. Peterson College New Hampshire. He was I to examine all canes and optician who open" a branch

t'atlng north of StarkeR tampered with.It said.Mr. assigned In September 1942 tel i, suspicious. canes. found In the X- office In Stnrke for a brief period

tree stumps from was apparently the work of and Mrs. Wood end their the Naval Training School at t ray clinic. 4 several, month. ago, was convictedIn

>i, which are manufactur- juvenile amateurs. four children, Barbara Joe. Jean 1'rlnceton University where h e A. Y. Covlngton Director, the Alachua County term of

number of chemical by- and Billy, are residing In the remained for the duration of hiM Bradford County Health Circuit court of attempted arson

The representativesn Charles McCartneyCharles house at 10th and Oak streets op- Naval service as officer In chargeof Department. and) was given his fr..edo'lupon

behalf of their com- posite the Blue Tavern Restau- V-12 Unit and Naval Reserve (/ payment of an $HQO fine,

repalr any county bridgesby McCartney, 90, died rant. Joe is home on a 90 day I Officers' Training Corps until I County Books Open ;.; Judge A. Z. Adkins of Starke

their equipment. Sunday July 28, at his home furlough from the U. S. Army. I release.A reporting. to Jacksonville for hU For RegistrationIn w presided at the trial and In pa sIng :4'

miri authorized the purla north of Lawtey, following a I sentence on the 25yearoldoptician
drag line, with bucket lengthy illness. retired dairyman" Elizabeth M. RussellMrs. son of the late Rev. J. T General Election convlctHii, of attemptingto

driving accessory; from he was born in Ireland Sept. 11. Guy former pastor of the Starke set fire to his offices above
,''a Equipment Company 1883. He lived In Florida for 31 Elizabeth M. Russell 49, Methodist Church, Commandei The registration books of Hrad- Dennett's Drug Store In Gainesville -

ovine and at his home near Lawtey died Wednesday, July 21, at her Guy was graduated from Asburj:!,, ford County opened, to register laid:
years of Starke, after Wllmore, Ky., class ol f voters for the coming November
for the past 18 yean He Is home Just north "Ilrunnen, the court feels sorry
She was born '28 with bachelor of arts de general electlonJ.londay and will
Mc- Illness. a
ial survived by one son, a lengthy for you. You era a man
Support remain until October 12, J. Lance Lazonby, member of young
4 1897 in Elmira, N. Y. and gree and received his maater'iat I open
Ohio. June ,
t Homecoming Cartney of Cincinnati, held had been a resident of Starke for Duke University In 1939. J. R Kelly, supervisor! of registration the Gainesville law firm of Jordan 1 with a bright future and the court,
Funeral! services wed-I husband for the county, announced Lazonby A Dell, was guestspeaker knowing (that you have a young
31 at 2pm. the past 10 years. Her Commander Guy Is at presenl t
ItyTwo Boards nesday July yenterday. at the Starke Rotary ,, wife and baby and also having
Lake Cemetery I was the late John D Russell and visiting his mother In Hamptor
In Kingsley knowledge that from
graveside you came a
The books are located In the Club Wednesday, deitcrlblng phasesof
Haines survived by one son, Jackie his brother J. Fred Guy 1 Ir
'W celebration with the Rev. L. D. she in and : good family from Georgia, and
planned supervisor's office In the courthouse Psychological Warfare In whichhe
'ord County'S returned officiating. Interment was under P. Russell. Starke, and will leave around here, and persons not already wa engaged In the KTO: during that your old grandfather, who
of DeWitt C. Jonen. Funeral services were held the middle of August for Illlnoli has been all the time to
on Labor the direction I present
Day. Sept. 2. registered may do so on I the last 11 months. of the
added< Impetus this week He was a member of the Baptist Thursday August 1. In St.Mark's Wesleyan University In liloomrrig Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays war. Lazonby. who held the rank I assist you. Is a wonderful old
Board and the Masonic Order. Episcopal Church with ton 111., where he has accepted thi man of the finest of reputations,
of County Com- Church during the hours of 9 o'- of Major at the time of his separation -
". In response to a dele- th, Rev. W. W. Williams of Jack- appointment as dean of men. clock to noon and 1 to 8 o'clockp.m from service Fast October, I and your friends that came here
I sonville officiating. Interment was to testify as to your character
V m the local American Milk Truck UpsetIn .
r"t, gave $500 toward I In Crosby Lake Cemetery under Clarence Colson, From September 2 until October Artillery I from the country where you were

expenses of the event. Collision he direction of DeWitt C. Jones Released from Navy 12 the books will b& locatedIn the Psychological Warfare Department -I raised were all excellent gentlemen

Silo Anyone Inclined to cry over SOT. ROAN J. Tl'BNKR.: JU. LunchroomClarence came from a good family
| for the same pur- Manages Tuesday and Thursday during AEF.New.
spilt milk would have shed copious STATIONED IN ITALY that period for convenience 01pe.o" "If It had not been for those

tears Monday morning about 9 W Cotson this week to The .facts, of which the court h
Iwecomlng Roan J. Turner, Jr.. who wishing register. Manager a sknowledge
planning coma car. Sgt.
f: an o'clock when a passenger stationed in Naples and assumed management of th deputy supervisors In each precinct and the recommendation .
enthusiastic meet- of Jacksonville has been
1ay night and discussed driven by Roy Padgett Starke i Leghorne Italy since Dec. 8. has I i Humpty Dumpty lunchroom on I where the books will be At Starke Ice Co. by the Jury who found you
collided a transferred to Florence south Walnut street opposite th located will be announced next guilty, which It In the following
dUtlngulahed the guests andy Model Dairy milk truck driven by recently been He ;I I Park Theatre.Mr. week, Mr. Kelly stated. J. H. Hulett of Clermont arrived words. addressed to the court: 'We
event. Hugh B. In front of the Italy. In Starke last week to be-
Rudy Newsome would ask the court to be as lenin -
f' placed In of east of Is now with the (r Colson stated that the cafe
charge farm. Just come the new of the
Moore manager
lent the
*au for the street 115th !of. p. Co., will feature short orders and plate Legion to Meet (
par- 13. ) '
Starke on Road Starke Ice Co., now owned Jointlyby Is ponRlble. said recommenda
a he will make th
Prize will be awarded witnesses. Padgett which guards lunches and that J, M. Edwards and 10;. I
to Charley Hon signed
According being by all of the
> decorated car. to Starke In an effort trs. Ins a John I
ttlciaU was speeding piles extra high standard of service,, local American Legion Post will jurors.
attentionfor allied sup
|' and other dlgnl- to obtain medical out of Southern appearence and quality of products' be held Tuesday night Aug. 13, Mr. Hulett has had 15 years experience I "This saved you from a sentence
huh feturedby a child who had fallen Northern at 8 o'clock In the Legion hall. In the Ice business. and In the penitentiary.
the to
1= barbecue.will be collision a short time Both before vehicles Italy Italy He writes Young Colxon, 19, was honor, All veterans are asked to be present was employed by the O. K. Ice I "I trust that this will be a
occurred. In for 9
I'10: west and the that he will prob- ably discharged August 2 fro m: for the discussion of the Company Clermont I warning to you, and you will takea
\ eonunittee In charge were travelling celebration and other years. He owns a home and an
;: would not ably travel all the Navy at Jacksonville Nava:1 Homecoming lesson from It in your future
.ments is asking for brakes on Padgett's car for Italy before Air Station after 14 months serI business. orange grove In Clermont. but conduct. It Is) not the purpose of

1*"" to help defray exV hold when Newsome signalleda make a delivery over returning home. BBHBBBBaBBIB9 I I I vice. He completed boot tralnlnjI will move his wife and 14-year- the courts to drag down and Imperil
all donations will be.predated. left hand turn to duty Is desk Md. and sta old son to Starke as soon as they the future of but to
His present I at Balnbrldge, was Dr. Colson Returns anyone
the Moore farm. I find a house to live In.
at had the aer'l
turned over leant and he me tloned for a short time at SoU always help them when the court
The milk truck was Its top In a ure of seeing places of 1, mans, Md., and later was asMgned I Dr. and Mn. Lemuel Colson returned The owners Edwards and! Johns can. C
coming to rest on and expects to sxweeks "' two D. C.. to their home here last state that Mr. tlulett's first J Job
Barters Notice soon flowing with terest to duty In Washington "I have been a Judge of that
ditch that was water. No one during August on a aight'l II where he remained until reportlnj week after enjoying a two-week will be to Improve customer ser- character and have helped where-
irtha T Smith milk instead In Switzerland. for discharge las t vacation at Panama Beach as vice.
announc- result of the collision seeing trip J. to Jacksonville ever I could, and 1 am glad. that
-etk that she will open was Injured as a child was brought : the son of )fro and Mrs. R. week He Is then of Mr. amI ; guests of their son and daughter I can help you.

"fgarten here Monday I but the treatment of pre- 'Turner of New River. i I Mrs. C. W. Colson of this city. In-law Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Col. Howard McEwen "I ask you to make good) which

r2. The exact location: into Starke for His present address Is: Sgt. and attained the rank of Yeomai son Jr. Dr. Cotton reopened his <11). I will
can appreciate It.
1'1 la not determined at vious Injuries Roan J. Turner Jr.. 115th M. P. I I I, 3-c while In the Navy. dental office In the Adklrut' Howard McEwen 44. died Wednesday you people and friends will
but will N. Y.. N. Y. July 31. at ttalford. Th I your your
be announced Co. APO 182 I I Colson graduated from BUS building Saturday aproclat! It
date Mrs Scout Meeting I ._ body was placed In charge ol
Smith ttdtcd. has made appllcatloi
Boy home In 1945 and "
Won will begin K. C Duncan returned Stetson University. A t Dr. O. C. Kelley of Went Palm DeWitt Cf Jones and was sent). "Will you make good ?
Scoutsof : attend
promp to
I dOCk on the op ming The local Troop 70. Boy night in .i i last week after attending the la San annual 1 I present he is making his horn
and< the age limit Is 4 America met Monday jambOree 1 I Shriner'f Convention I' with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite. for burial. sir I will he answered.
The TrOOp I 1 Calif.
leery Tuition fee will the Armory. 19. Francisco
month for each' shlld. was planned for August



-- -- -- M.I ------=::
I S e e e a e e e e e a e Starke, were visiting: Mrs. H. eaten shall b,
Baldwin Called "Town of Log Shanties McRae and family: Sunday afternoon Much to law rertlflrnV fl( ."C .....

THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH And Misery" in 1870By I I[Issue of Harper'smostly Pine Level I court be m"M houw to.thi d... n,,in, lddr".+hn
Rev. W. E. Hall attended the I ,
Estahllebed 1877 day In
the "
Bill Duncan In north and central Florida By Mrs. II. M. McRae of his only grandson at'' 19t8, which i-" ,,1.''J ,."y, i'rob'h"'
E. L. Matthew ___________ Editor and Owner baptism tember, 1946 'I.4w.
In 1891 the Florida Stand- e e e e e e e e e e e s,
Church in
"One year ago," said the State Buford Grove Hllllard I' Dated M :?,",, |
reflected aClerk
ard (Jacksonville) pro- '
Pllbllllb t Weekly on FH.Uyn and Entered a. Second Clam Matter column "a New Yorker bought a but few dispatches were received SIX JOIN CHURCH Sunday. He was accompanied by I of Clr. 'r,,' v I THr 1'
gress Pine
at the
It was a great day Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner of ford
Florida. A few County .
at the Pout Office at Starke. lot In Starke for 1250. from further south than Bl 1 ''dn tl
days since he sold it for $3' Level Baptist Church last Sunday, Starke.O'rI'M. (OFFICIAL eEl, ,,
Ocala, Brooksville and Klssimmee. and six new members were added <.1 I'
This quick and profitable OO'1 Starke's population was 800 or the conclusion OF APPI.ICtTIOV
to the church roll at
It Seems That. over was part and parcel more (unofficially), Jacksonville FOR.. TAX. UUKI1ll
i. which, however, was not of the enthusiastic meeting n> IIII No. 1NI3:
was growing rapidly and Ocala conducted by the pastor, the Rev. NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVE.V. thatR. ITe
of recent yeafa. The time was H. Green, Jr., the holder. of the
Anyone who reads his daily paper with a degree and the Item appeared in was experiencing a phosphate W. E. Hall. A total of 216 persons followingcertificates ban filed said
of consistency will at once recognize the timeliness and 1883, News, Volume I mining boom. St. Augustine wasa were present at Sunday School. Issued ci-tlfli'HlcH for a tax deed to be
Palatka Dally The Are
the with thereon. certificatenumbftrtt
of marked Importance, YOU tormented
urgency of an article in the current issue of "Coronet" city and years of 'Innuance, edema with Itch,
One. rel- p"DrhIM''
discussing the problem of sex crimes and how they It has been our pleasure to have many Business news stories therefrom.for nearby atives Mrs. in W.Macon E Hall, Ga.Is visiting this week. description the narnen In of which the It property was .. th.1 bite.itching. athlele'R or ether tom "rupllo,,",

might be stopped' -if not entirely at least more effectively access to the University library spurted Mrs. Robert Myrick made a business are HH follow: kin trouble. Kor'XI"U, '
Waldo. One Item In the Palatka Certificate No.8. Tear of la- good ..
than is now the case. files In Gainesville, containing; trip to Gainesville Tuesday. Nuance 1944.D"'rlptlon. MEN?r H, "sss'fas (
and said "Waldo has a news- of Property S13'4:: ofNE'A the
Almost daily the newspapers tell the story of some many old dallies weeklies paper Many persons were saddened Section 33, Township S South '
hideous offense of this nature the most terrifying be- magazine The research discloses paper, the Waldo Advertiser, Sunday afternoon to learn of the Kanire 20 Eiittt. containing 40 areas, ATK.wriv'55iaivKSroB'T'

ing the current Heirens case in Chicago. two well-defined eras, that which tells us the city has publlo death of the Rev. Robert Engle, \ Name Ext.In which aiiavaaed KlliaVllHon I IAll I "iSSfWaSj"> r"
of the prospering times in the lat- Sr. He was 74 of age and of said property being In the : ,
reluctant to discuss suchthings wells, a hook and ladder\ company I years Tnbrn '
Although most of us are
19th century, County of Bradford State of liP Jan
of the
ter decades was the father of the Rev. R. Knld In
I school and Flor-I I
and had much rather forget them as soon as a flourishing private ida h r
and the simpler life, the pioneering Engle, also known here. He wasa L'nU'MH auch certificate or C.UU..n; KN""
t possible it seems likely that no real progress will be days of the 1870's. will be the site for the Florida resident of Jacksonville and .- and C.\\O\: JUltli "TOil

made in curbing the increasing number of such' crimes II Back in 1870, all areas further Female Baptist College." I funeral services were conducted

until the facts are faced fairly and squarely.( In this south than 'J'ilatka" (as it was The society pages In 1885 were Monday afternoon by the Rev W.

we are following the familiar pattern of the campaign misspelled) were regarded with mostly concerned then, as now, E Hall. He was a charter mem- When Your Tires Are Slick Time

against venereal disease. For years this subject was! I some accuracy as regions of alligators with parties, engagements weddings ber of Berea Baptist Church. taRecaUEC.PPIXG

"tabu". It was not mentioned in polite society nor discussed and Indians, and the com though the contents some- Miss Lucille Barnes of Risingwas I ; .
in magazine or newspaper columns. It goes mon designation of the state was times differed. "A silk quilt, silver the dinner guest of Gwendo- AND VULCAXIZINT
"Florida, the land of the Ever napkin rings a gold thimble McRae '
lyn Sunday.
without saying that during this period no progress: was ALL SIZE
l Issue or lemonade TIRES
glades. The opera glasses, cut-glass I Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae were I
made combatting the evil. Then came the campaign AND
for that year publisheda ..,-t. 1,1 K and satin tidy, and a L'/JM TUBES
Harper's I
called to Lake Butler Thursday
to bring V.D. out of the darkness into the blinding lightof travel article of an adventurous: silver berry stand" were presents
public opinion. It was discussed at public meet- night of last week due to the ill- + -- --_ ., 24-HOUR
nature titled "Six Weeks in FlorIda listed in the account of a SERVICE
ings, in newspaper and magazine articles, and from the ," The author did not venture September 24, 1883. wedding I A.ness Barnes of Mrs., who McRae's was removed father N to -- :_ BEST SIATERLUg L

lecture platform. Once the facts were faced realistically Palatka. His approach was I I II
below This social Item In the the Lake City hospital. His many i : :_ I GRADE "A" RUBBER I
half the battle was and the toward the midwest, and he said; 1891 reflects the S I
won. progress from for October 29, I friends wish him a speedy recov- /' -'
eliminating venereal disease in recent years is a matterof "Travel to Florida was made by unmistakable charm of Its times: I/ Workmanship Guaranlt

medical history. the MtHslsslppI river, and thanksto "Friends here of Anna Byrd wal-, ery.Mr.. and Mrs. Barney Eggers ot I PHONE 79

Therefore, we welcome Coronet's article as the a Providence which sometimes rail- ker, of Danville, Kentucky, one Jacksonville were visiting rela-I
between the merciless! fairest:
I stands of the blue grass state's .
tives here afternoon.Mrs.
opening gun in a war against! a Shocking phenomenonthat and a helpless is to be Sunday
corporations learned she
I way belles, have R. U. Baten of Starke was STARKE TIRE
total of crimes to SERVICEAdjoining
last year brought a 40,000 sex public, by a safe passing over a married to Charles Battelle Hoi- visiting her son-in-law and daughter -
the United States. These were only the ones -reported. decaying railroad to
the highest
rickety, den of one of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Fender,
How many went unreported because of a foolish desireon I Savannah. Savannah was the base families In Kentucky She recently.W. Temple Garage Temple Ave

the part of the victims or their families to avoid unpleasant for the Florida campaign. Thereare Is one of the South's loveliest J. Hall of Jacksonville was

publicity, there is unfortunately no way of two ways of reaching Jack- women an undisputed belle In visiting friends here this week.

determining; but authorities timidly estimate the figureas sonville from Savannah-by trainin society but nineteen years of Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Thomasare
sixteen hours, or by steamboat of Kentucky's gal-
running into the hundreds of thousands. and age receiving congratulations on
In discussing this alarming trend Coronet says: I which travels mostly inland if it lants have been numbered among the arrival of a daughter born on
there in a day, or, "
It is with good reason, therefore that the sex gets you aground, in about a week." her admirers. I Monday, July 29. EXTRA TASTY BREAD! T'
criminal is being regarded more and more as the greatest -I The author traveled by train. On Speaking of newspapers and Mrs. Alfred Brown of Richmond,

international menace facing this country. But the trip down from Savannah he newspaper custom, the sort of Va., accompanied by her iff&

what is criminal in itself, is that the laws and the na- I comments "the ruins of St. Mary's thing not often seen today Is Mr. and Mrs. M. J. parents'l /r-? bwD
Mr. and Mrs. Paul
tion's lawmakers have not adequately kept pace with : stand as they were left eight years noted In a formal "Card" published -

the rampant spreading out of the sex offender. ago." In Fernandlna thirty pas. In the News September 25th,

This is the tragic offense against the American sengers* chartered a train on the 1885. Signed by Thomas T. Rus-

people: the lack of a "tough" program-indeed, the Cedar Key railroad. sell It announced:; "A misunderstanding -

lack of any program-to combat the ever-increasing The Journey's next point of interest has existed between Mr.
described as a
boldness and viciousness of the sex criminal. As one was Baldwin,
I take
Harkins and myself.
shanties and misery I.
town "log
police official in Boston recently decried : "The laws are --what this place is in summer pleasure in saying that I

obsolete; the methods of correction futile." the demon who presides over all was wrongfully Informed andI nrnruc

This police official's sense of helplessness is com poisonous fevers only knows." The do now cheerfully make the

monly echoed throughout the country. Recently, Coronet visitor it appears was not favorably amend honorable" Columns In

made a national survey on the problem, held inter- impressed (Jacksonvillewas papers today are, of course, avail- *

views in 30 cities with police and other public officials; virtually Ignored), but he had I able when anyone cares to pub- ft

and their findings reveal that the handling of sex offenders kinder words when he left the, licly admit he's been in error, but
and reached the St. the demand for such space is lim-
follows a fairly consistent-and futile-pat- 1 '
"w. s
\ Johns. "Pllatka" and Green Cove .
: tern. In general, say >the magazine.r minotgof ited.But
J. I designated as the all not even
Springs were waa gentility
fined or jailed and released as quickly as1 possible.
for travelers In 1891. There was a story In the !
best headquarters BECAUSE IT'S FUll-STRENOTH-thls
in its August' issue discards all CJCtiL't frnli
Coronet, wraps
I and "To Pilatka's spacious Standard of October of that year. Cy
and comes up with a constructive 'hard-hitting, eight- I wharves come steamers from New It had to do with members of Yeast goes right to work. No waiting-no extra

point program on how to combat this terrifying menace York.. But he stopped there, and the younger generation, who got When horseshoe is steps! And Fleischmann's fresh Yeast helps make!

which lurks in every dark street in every community: returned home which, doubtless themselves into trouble, although your bread that tastes sweeter, is lighter, finer-textured!

in the country. was where the gentleman belonged. they were loyallly defended by backed by an Accident every time. J

The program contains the following eight points: I parents. On October 10, the police Policy in The Travelers! |IF YOU BAKE AT HQMEbe sure

1-Vice squads should operate constantly in every A description of St. Augustine had to break up a party. The get Fleiachmann's active fresh Yeast|

community, tirelessly tracking down every instance of in Harper's of December, 1874, elders stood by their offspring, Charley E. Johns with the familiar yellow label. Depend
irregularity. bore a similar though more mod and were Indignant. So was the able-Arnerica'a time-tested favorite
erate tone, and the author was as Standard, because of arrests that I 1StRMA1tK3
2-Every city every county-e very village- AgencyPhone -- for more than 70 years.
as his predecessor of the were made. The headline was "An
should maintain a complete file of all persons pickedup IS STARKE, FLA
rest of the state. He spoke without Outrage, Jacksonville arose In
on suspicion of a sex offense, and copies of these enthusiasm of "the shell protest and there was actually a pa b, ; ;:;

records should be sent to the FBI in Washington for roads," and disposed of Jacksonville procession, headed by a brass .

establishment of a master file there. as "an uninteresting brlck- band The young people were re-

3-Every citizen should appoint himself a committee and-mortar town" The article leased. The offense was "throw- .PUprmnting THE TRAVELERS. Hartford -
of one to report any Apparent case of sexual 'announced the construction of "a Ing chairs a quarter after one." I

irregularity to the proper authorities. i new lighthouse on Anastasia Is

4-There should be a law requiring a psychiatric land It described "what was left
of a pleasant home destroyed r
examination of any person accused of a sex offense.
5-All states should provide institutions and ade- like many other"outlying districts, -
during the war. -
quate psychiatric staffs to handle the indeterminate : -
North Florida was, indeed,, a
commitment of sex criminals found to be mentally ill. pioneer country in the 70's, and

(Only tour states! -California, Illinois Michigan and Its relatively thinly settled sec-

Minnesota-have laws providing for such confinementand tions did bear marka of the War"

treatment.) Between the States. But the 80's

6-The practice of "bargain" sentences for sex: of- and 90's were different. There 1 .

fenders should be Outlawed immediately. A "bargainsentence" was an amount of luxuries and --u---- -
business thrived. A Palatka News
means whereby the prisoner agrees to plead -
Issue of March 8th, 1884, said
guilty to lesser offense and lesser sentence
a accept a "Now to Jacksonville, Tampa and
rather than put the state to the trouble and expenseof Key West" la opened a new fieldto h I -

proving the original charge. tourist and Immigrant ,
7-Money should be provided for the establishmentof The thunder of the engine Impartsnew

a national organization to conduct studies into the life to enterprise, new hope

cause and cure of sex crimes. for the farmer The visitor will

8-Parents and schools must face the problem of cease to be called a Doubting ,
crimes and Thomas. The day Is coming but
sex realistically, by properly informing
it behooves us all to hasten Its
guiding their children in sex: education.The .
dawning and make our
article concludes on this note: "It is up to all In sovereign
worthy every respect of the
of us to enlarge and implement this program'and giveit throne to which she Is torn.

a real meaning. We must get angry and stay la similar vein the News told

angry-until action is assured. For once the evil of of other railway construction September -

the sex criminal strikes in your home it will be too 8th, 1883: "At last Brooks-

late for you to do anything." Mile Is connected by rail with the

outside world The whistle of
the engine and the firing of cannon -

M Can Use More Pulpwood horse has Newsworthy haa announced reached activities Brooksville.that the were Iron" Have a Coke


Container Corp'n. of America. Fernandlna. Fla.SHRIMP YOUR WATCH 5/

r Deserves the BeltTrustworthy .

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RED BASS SHEEPSHEADAI.SO Service ., .. '. ..-----=

Fresh Dressed & Drawn Poultry Harley F. Strong -.;;...
om UNO,
AUIM011Ty 0,
137 West Call St.r.VMP COCA-COLA COMPANY n



I ___ _.._.__ __ .
. a. a a e a n
a e a .
and baby visited .
relatives here S a a aS a. a a a e WI.II..

last weekend, and attended the ."HI III Ntarke. FloIdntdthisfJuly' J I
Theressa GrahamBy tl. 1946

revival meeting Saturday night. '"flfU-IAl, SRAI.) A..1. Thomas I EARL'S GARAGE I
A" Clrk of Hale Court.
EDDIE Trle11te Joe Kelsey Ben Loper. Frank Mm. .r. g .1..I..n'
ttR9 . John :McKinney Jacknonvilla Kla.
. .
. eMr Kelsey. Leon Trlest. Ernest and Ally tar Plf. S-J 4t d-83
S. E. Trlest . a a e Om>-llair Allle South of Stark on Rosa IS
and Mrs. Lynn were business visitors l'\i ('IIIe'I'IT (-OI "'r. 1111 1)-0..11
NORILiNJONESand : and Tomlinson in Green Cove lat Thursday. Bobble Surrency of Tampa was 1'01 "r,. FIUI"n U !" l ll.t\.
Normance daughter Wanda were weekend d'.:""'. All Kinds of Auto Work
i Edward the guest of his brother
jira. Mr. and Mrs. and sis Robert Janiea
of their guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. I Leonard Kinchen I ; Burton Plaintiff I va. I
the engagement of Starke ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John C-irS1" .. Hymen 1 attended I
Thur. Hersey. i services at the : 4974 WORK t'SF.n! Urrrhrr Afon11'e
:Mr. ,
ter Jeanette to will bInt Iris Sibley returned Baptist Church Sunday night. I I Surrency, over the weekend OP riHUK'ATH Gt-\R.\\'TEr.D1.'TO PAlifS DAY OR NIGHT
wedding ;
The Saturday ,: Roy Roberts of starke spent ANTI N.1TICK Til .tl't'l'Alt I
ones \V.
ot this month. I IE. from Deland where he visited his I visitor s.in Sibley was a business Sunday here with his parents Mr. "TAT,50i'! ""FLORIDA wh> ... to Virginia I 4 ,. .. .. .. .
Melrose resldeny' ,
la ;
parents Mr. and Gainesville '
t and :Mrs L. G. Sibley. I I and, Mrs. C. B Robert unknowlI.

x Addison and children I, Mr and Mrs. Merle Packham I last Friday. I Miss Selma Rivers of Green You lire rcjulrf. to appear on WE BUY SELL and TRADE USED CARS

onvUle spent last weekend 1 Mrs. Charlie Ousley and sons, Cove was here Sr-iMvtnbrr tad 14, In ih. above
Saturday afternoon
parents. Mr. and Mrs. bert Norman are spending this1week and Aunt Ida Hagan !,i."iT.if."llrt\ and eau". wherein. R
shop- -
her mn-fcn
her '0 visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. divorce HrHufonl
ark. She was accompanied visiting relatives In Plant ping in Starke Friday. George Rivers. l'lIl1nly Telegraph shall. publish thle J o It
Clark City. lI..l.r In neat tour weekly laniloM.ltimnn .
Evelyn )I
bY f her sister Joan I Mrs. Williams and daughter I Mr. and Mrs Alfred Varnes of \\ my hand and official "
spend a week there. Norman was visiting left last seal .t Starke, F'lorldit this' .Au-
01 Kathryn Sunday for Wisconsin to Starke and J. C. Watkins and In'.I. I 1916.! ;
Kelley in '
of Maryland is Sunny Brook I STARKE DAYKingsley
nan Jones Farm attend the wedding of her son, children of Jacksonville were IlI'Fll'IAL) A..1. Thomas
Jones. Sunday. I I I A" Clerk
son. Eugene who has Just returned of Mr. .of mould Pnurt.
his from overseas guests and Mrs. Bery Dyal
g and Ro- Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jones had S.nvtn. liiMiKlaa, lalnesvllle. >, Fla.
Maggie Norman 0 Sunday afternoon. Ally Cur IMC. 5.i
41 g.jj
as guests last
0I I week his brothers at
Leon Triest. Wilbur Willard Smith of Wlndcrmere
Mack Neel Eva
Jack Thomas and Bill I\ "IN'.IT "'('Ot'MT BHtllFOHII
Jones of Falelsburg Md. Mae Trlest Inez Neel and Thorn1 waa the guest of his brother-in- '2.vT1! ', FI.OIUn'l ." ..M ..".

ENTER'SPRESCRIPTION I I 1 as Trlest were visiting in Lawtey law and sister Mr. and Mrs. C. i : i .
I I Ktrh P1.I'
L11" 'nllff. vs. Angst' BeachEvery
I i I Sunday afternoon. I J. Frazier, last weekendJohn ; Itffi-ndnnt. ('lost No. 4666.

DO YOU KNOW ABOUTROACHES Ernest McKinney and son, Otis IMIHKH OP ri'HUU-ATItiN' :I
and Inez Coch- ANOTH': !,: TO Afl'KAH
i ? rane were visitors of Mrs. M.I were in Gainesville on business H'rA1tI FI/lltll to- Anna

Mortensen In Jacksonville last Friday.D. Kirk. v. hoH realtlonca and address Thursday From 12 to 6
When Sunday la Islam
I you fight roaches :you I Street try to get rid of them alt not Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mason, Inez Hines of Jackxonvllle watt You are required| to ai>i>e..r on

I just kill the few that you\ can and the guest this week of hia slater, HclHmntixr fad 1.t6.! In the i.l.ove
hit with spray or dust or that Wilbur Neel l. were business' named Court and cause. wherein
I walk Into a powder by aecld..nt.ROACII visitors in Green Cove Saturday. Mrs. Alice Starling. plulnllft ....ka nlvort-v.. llradford

I' Cpl. Albert Davis has Cotinly Telegraph shall publish thin PRESENT THIS AD FOR I
K-3-D Remember Prayer Meeting every I recently order. In next four weekly I lamina
received his honorable dischargefrom JV ltm-." my hand aid official
Wednesday night at the Chris seal l nt Clarke, Florida thin
KILLERIS tian Church and BTU every Sunday the Army and is engaged In 19. 1146lOKKlCIAI.,. Free !

DIFFERENT night at the Baptist Churchat farming with his father. N J. AK Clerk' of. 8KAr.said Court.A..1. Thomas,

Roaches eat It because\ they like I Davis. We are glad to see him I
It. They 7:30: p. m. T Frnnk l.iirtilrum. stark. Fin f\
dry and
to u.... Non-polBonoua up die.to Safe man I home again. He served In the I Ally for rif. M-a 4t H-23 SWIMMING

and pet. European Theatre. ix <'inn. 'IT i'01 it r. IIII ,I>K olin PICNIC TABLES

15c and 25c Pkgs.Sistrunk 'o'rlc.' I Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Cain of ('01 % !, Kl.tMlllltl IN t. 011'NHI' *. .
: 'iUreNNing
:Notice IH hereby given I that theuiuU'rxlKiied Moultrie, Ga. and E. T. and Bob I....... :.Nelson I'la 1..llff, vet, Elate Large Hoom ForAccommodations .
at are BnirnKvil In bunltieHM
under the flflltloua name of L. Young, and Curtis Bylngtonwere Nnliion .fclldMIII CHHO No 4'173.I -E"

Feed and Staikn Ice Company located on visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. ANIl OIII'KK NOT1CK OK I'lMll.lCATION','u AITlOAItHTATK
\\PHARMACIST North Cherry Street In the City I
of stark, Bradford Roebuck of Silver Springs Sunday.Mr. OK KUlltlDA to Klale:
Seed Co. County Nelfion. hoMO rvnluenr. IM % MrsICIhI We Suggest For A Cowl: Mal THY OUR

STARKE FLORIDA "Id ida, fktltlnuH nod intends name to In register the 'lor.1 and Mrs. H. M. Wasdin and :I ?lartIn. Itnule 1, Wluc.mili, Ala. CHICKEN STEAK FISH AND SliKIMT DINNERS

hone 64 STARKE ,t thr Clt-rk of the Clrcut ..... aim Julian and Mr. and Mrs. A. Vim' .are r"<1 11H"I"r on
1\,1' by McPhail rodurt Bradford\ County 'I.--'ha'I..y K.Jiihnx. 'T. Andrews of Starke St'pteiuhrr. 2nd. 1940 In the nl>o\"
I visitors
were ..
.H..d'ourl and
n-the..Uinit Service Orlando Flu, One half Interest, J. M E l- in Gainesville Friday. sacks illvnri-K." 11" ". Bradford Cottage, Rooms. Apart menta Hen.sonnble Hated
Ono half Interest; Htiirk.
County Ti>lctrMnh shall uubllxh thlaOrrlMr
Fill.' 8-3 U 8-2J Mrs. T. I Casey and In, ,
daughter next four weekly issues
Judy spent the weekend in Jack Witness my ritind und official Billiards Boating Bowling
NOTICE Or BLtCTIOM I the Collection of Tare, by Amending" R The tAtf..ture shall at the t. 1elatlve KI.ltl| al Clerk*. "Florida this Au-
IAS. Th Leslslature ol M4S.cr Section! 11 and 11 of Article VIII of the Seaslon of 1M7. and from tlm. to sonville with her brother who is goat t. 1946.luFFl'lAL KIN<;SI.KY MKACII: LOCATED ON IIEAITTIFULKIN.SLEY
tnt Conrtltutlon ol IBM. 01 the Constitution of the State of florid e> time thereafter enact lawe specifying ( : HICAfA.. J. Thomas
ol Florida did pus b Joint Raso.m Adopted at the General election ot No- the power, functions, duties and corn hospitalized there Mrs. Causey reports
propoiln* ,mend rlorldi. and vember. 1944. said Amendment to Provide peniatlon. paragraph Tax Collector deslg I that her brother .U. much / r.kI I llolItlHK: (i lit .\'III", Kin
unitlon of the Bute o. for the Re-Numbering. ol Section nated In t of this Section 15. Ally, for I'If. $-I 41 S-23
lime were agreed to by a vote efWlllthl It and 11 ol Article VIII of the Constitution and shall likewise provld. for the col improved. __ __ ..
of all the member elected of the State of Florid .. Adoptedat lection care, custody, reporting end diebursement Miss Virginia Hylngtrm of Green 1
gch hnu,e: that the votee oa old the General Election In November of ell taxea collected by the .
I Resolutloni were entered upon 11)44. and to Amend Section 11 and Ii:i County Tax Collector. Cove spent. the weekend with her '.r ,0 A5"' t d A ,i t r
r mpectlve Journals, with : of Article VIII of the Constitution of parents Mr. and Mrs. II. B. By a.r wf
uyi thereon and they: did deter- the State of Florida, and to Provide that 4 ,
s tat direct that tho laid Joint In the County of Hlllsborough State 01 ROUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 110 lngton.Mm. .
ihlloni be mhmltted to the electors Florida, the Count Tx Assesior thai A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing aft Otha Stalling of Ocala a t
in State at the General Election In Assess the Property of the County for Amendment to Article XVI. of the Constitution -
.bor 1946. the purpose of Levying State County of the State of Florida. By I was visiting her brother-in-law
OW A. GRAY.rturr School. and Municipalise In the Counl7D' Adding Thereto An Additional Section to and sister Mr. and Mrs. Robbie
of Stat ofEth..etatS ot Florida.otrsby Hllliborougn Except the City of Plant Provide: for the Appointment by a Con I
Rive notice that City Florida which Shell be Exempt current Resolution. of the Senate and Hines, here Saturday afternoon 7Ke
GENERAL ELECTION from the Provisions of thla Amendment' House of Representative of a Dtrecuirof
tw held In each county In FloridaTunday Taxes Levied by the State County' the Budget and to Authorize the Lag..-
next ucceedln the. flat County School Board 8chool' District, Uture to Prescribe his Power and New ManagerAt
far In November A. D. 1945, the Special Tax School Districts and the Dutl**. Qualification and Teim ot Office.
T..it.ilav being the I Municipalities of the County Except the '
FITTH DAY OF NOVEMBER Cltv ;ot Plant: City. Florida.BB BB' IT RESOLVED!: BY TUB tEOISlA.TURB ; Driggers \ -in
Hi'"* ratification or rejection of the IT RESOLVED BY THE LFOISLA. OF THI STATE OF FLORIDA '
j lolnt Resolution proposing Amend- TURF!: OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA That the following Amendment to Article
-x to the Conitltutlon Othe State That the following Amendment 01 XVI ol the Constitution ot the Stale O. O. Webb this week assumedthe

Florida etal Article VIII ot the Constitution ol the of Florida, by adding thereto an add!- i position of store manager and 0
State of Florida relative. to the Aseis- to be known ae Section S4. I' ;c
1 ment and Collection of all tax.. In the be n.d.: the sama I It' hereby agreed to anIshall salesman! of the local C. II Drlg.I .

AT! JOINT' RESOLUTION NO. lIe3 County of Hlllsbnrough. State 11 Florida, be submitted to the elector of the I gers Furniture Company on Call !
JOINT RESOLUTION Propoilng an by Re-Numbering Section 11 ai adoptee State of Florida for ratification nr rejection
manient to the Constitution ot the I at the General Election of 1B4 to a* to at the general. election for Representative street Mr. Webb has 35 years. of

v ol Florida, to b. known as Article make It read Section II of Article VIII I .* to be held In the :year 1B49.aa experience in the furniture bus-
sections I and 5. Thereof. Relating ot the) Constitution of the State of Florida follows: \
and by Amending Section 12 flf SECTION. The Legislature shall bylaw iness behind him and U well
r. Article VHI of th. Conitltutlon of the provide for a Director of the Budget. e
known here for
he associated
wiiMnt and Collection of Municipal State of Florida, a* adapted at the General who shell b. appointed by a concurrent was
xa br County Tax Officials. In Orange Election In November' ot 1944 soa resolution of the Senate and House. ot with another, Starke furniture
un", Florida, and Providing for Ref. to make. It read Section 13 of Article Representative. and shall by taw consistent FiORIDA1i's
ilum. Election for Acceptanc cr Ke- VUI of the Constitution of the State o' with other provision of this Constitution concern for many years

-.Ion of any Law or Law Enacted by Florida, and to exclude the City of Plant pr scribe hie power and duties, ,
LocI.I.lur. of the State ot Florida City from said Amendment. : Be and thecame provide for hie qualifications and tern.
Provided la old Proposed Amend 0 la hereby agreed to> end shall be nf office, the length ot which shell be CKMKTKUY:: WfltRKIMl _

Florida to ltmtiftc.ttmo the Staloof wholly within the discretion of the Leg- There will be a working at the
Be rr RESOLVED! BY THE LEGI7LA-!: for Rejection Isleture end shall not b. limited by Section
'RI or THE STATE OF FLORIOAtut at the General Election to be held on 1, Article XVI of the Conitltutlon. McKinney Cemetery on August

1.. the following amendment. to the the first Tuesday attar the lint Monday 16. All Interested persons are
niiitution of Florida, to b. known s In November 1946; coMMrrrtEsSDBSTrrtrTE f
ids XX. _Uon. I and t. thereof. SECTION 11. 1. From and after Jenuary : asked to come and help beautifythe
iillnf to the consolidation abolishing.l 1. 1D48. the County Tx Assessor oiHlllaborough ROUSE JOINT RfiOLUTIOM NO. TS last resting place of our loved h..
mating of certain- County: off IC.. County shall assess. .11 A JOINT RESOLUTION Proponng the)
d for sieMnient and collection of mu- property for all State, County School Amendment of Section 30. nt Article III ones. -Charlie McKinney
ipil taxes by County tax olflc.'. In and Municipal Taxes to be levied InHllllboroUlf of the Constitution ef the Stele ol Florida

.r|< County, Florida, and providing !>. County by the state. Relating' to AnprnprlatlnnatBE X C I T I d' KNtolce wonderful for Others
r rrlrrendum' elections for acceptancenjKtlon County TaxhSchaol" rd. School !: (T RESOLVED BY THE 1 EUHTATURE l IN hereby aflvi'n that the -,e.It's .
of law laws enacted DI trlcti. Special Dlitrlctssnd !: or THE STATE OF FLORlnAl
or .
any \utnlirHlitlit IN engaged In I>U |IIHMuniltr
r the Lnlilstnre of Florida aa provided Municipalities except In the City ol Plant That the following amendment of Section
min he submitted to the qualified city Florida which city enall be exempt M, Article III of the. Constitution: of the fir" lupus mini, of"lorattMl(trail-- I wonderful for YOU I
ford n..ln"lrllr Company
rrttn. ol the State of F'nrtde' for adopt from the DroWoitrshall: : Section. the. State of Florida' relating tn appropriation .
North Chiirv Street In lh C'llv
t nlectbn et *ht nevi neneralICH 1. The at N..efts' la hereto: agreed to and shall he
tg be held Inb.. jear: UMB, latlve Session In U47 ODd from time to auhmltted to the electorS nf the Mala .nt Ktiirke, Kriulford County, Florida,
till time there.lter enact' laws of Florida for ratification or relectlon at and Intends to register the mini
power., functions, duties and mp.naa- the next General Flection: to be held In fictitious name In the Office of the i FLORIDA'S myriad attractions are a

ARTICLE XX tlon of : T... Sectlnt'12.and November A. D. 1B4A: that la to uy that Clerk of the 'Intuit Court of llrail-
SECTION I. Th. Leglalatur ll suthorrt nated In Paragraph! 1 of aid Section 30. Article III of the Con- ford County Kin.J lure to vacationists from every.
and empowered to provide by law .hall likewise. provide by law for the. atltutlnn of the State of Florida shall b. M. Edwards, entire. Interest constant

If,. enacted by It at It* regular ....- extension on the Assessment. "" Roll of levied the amended and a* amended abed read aa Htarke. Kin. '-J it 8-23 This is time to be reckless
Atseisor of all taxes follows* where. no
S held In A. D. 1M7, or at any County Tx
lar ssnlon thereafter, for the eonIldllon. by the State County County School' SECTION 30. Laws making the eo-. I'" ( Ill(') I'r f'OI ii'r. His is/Feels I. have
1 abolishing I or creating of any Board. School i Districts. Special l Tax prooriatlonu for the aalarle of piihlla <''Tt t'I.O'U"I" ttlt>- with precious holidays when you
O'T OHIces In Orange County floe School Districts and Wunlclp.Utlea lo- official. and .employee, end all other I'KIIV.Kriwnrd: .
Provided there Ie I excepted from cited In the County ol Hlllsborough of expense n.'n the Iu:7::: contain provision ;; i *U teal: and to provide for the ......m.nt The City: of Plant City which U hereby appropriation b. en Incident. of any other 4966. Florida doorstep.
tollsctlon of municipal taxes ands exempt from the provulooi of this bill: all tale appropriation except appropriation fillDRU liP' ppnr.I'- 'TIOS and do right on your

or of them : Amendment I for the county .cht>ol.. coun- AM" MrTICR TO AffKAKHTATE
ofllpn In laid County. Any law. eo SECTION 1*. I. Front and after "..n.l..rr \ ties, clll.... or other political euhdlvlelona OK KLjOIUUA to! ZnsrleeGreene Make pleasure boon

std rstpectlng the consolidation Of : 1. 1B48. the County Tax Collector to of the State,. eppraprlatlona for permanent for- whoaej. rwatdvnta la un your corn'I
and buildings
.'t*ion tin.of powers mjr County, duties offlcee and compansa-shall pre-. Florida the County shall of collect Hillsborough.all 7 ass 'levied State 01 in state Institutions Improvements as provided] for by law. known.You are required to appear on panion, by tea, by lake or river. .
.. CountySchool enacted et the IHa legislature or priorlaglalaturea
< of ,
the officers designated therein the County by the State County 2nd. 194$. In the ahov.nam..d .
: .
and for penslone. retirement Heptember Invigorating
Special stars or
rei. and discharge ttia duties of Board. School DUtrlo and wherein under the palms, or ,
shell be Included Court cause,
*olflces. consolidated o. ....ted: and School District and "nlelp.lltle.d' funds and trust tunda.
Tax .
0' Uw so enacted respecting the easese- Hlllsborougl. County Florida exceptin In on. general appropriation bill or any plaintiff neekk divorce Hrudfnril the luxuries of a state
supplement thtreto. an t exempt amendment or County
and It be ng
collection ot municipal taxes ot Plant City .
d ..... the City Amendment. be for no I.n.b.n two 1'..... In next f'ur weekly lashes
by this
.mlnto. or either ot them, tram Me yrovtalona of made prior to the knows how to be a host.
-'tj u. offloera shall provide tot the 1, Th. Legtalatur. small at the L gin All appropriation that really
n.. collecting, accounting for andibmng 01 I14T and from time to adoption ef thle section which are eon. "
latlee Usod
of IH* *ectlo Weigh '
of ...eu- laws pacifying the tranr ta the provision
said taxes and/or time thereafter enact GREYHOUND LINES goes
1** .
of July U r FLORIDA
ata shall expire aa
to the appropriate municipal ..., functions. dubs and compen.- "
""norms, and for compensation ford Son of County Tax Collector designated 17O Lbs.! fun In Florida. Ram-
county taxing officer for anvtcesnitrid In Paragraph I of Section 13. and shall m everywhere there's
Incident thereto. That It any hk.wlae provldu for the collactlon' car.; ROUSE JOINT RESOLUTION "It. anA Mr*. O. M. ftavrtaaev rear
n law r..pectlnb.. consolidationS0" e.tn4l' reporting. and dliburwrn.nl ot JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing aa Now elm .rish, I IB'be.,a 1 ban of ble where and when you please / 1 r
01' .nl' eounty otftces Is ac- all taxs. oo1lactad hl'b.. County Tea Amendment to Article V of the. Constitution '- ....... lodrlicioiie A Y DS
Vitamin J
and ratified at the referendum Collector. of ilortds by Adding Thereto. IB (;and, Reducing elm and economically via 4
man herds provided Neb law shall Addition. Section Relating to the Flec Mr*.. lIawk,... (I III I..., tri ht) comfortably
tie effective! with .respect ta the ofaffsctsd I Hon of the Judge off the Court of Record .lea lost 1 II in. in mart, 1(1 In.In air-conditioned Florida
thereby on the first Tue*. RESOLUTION NO. lit In and for Escambla County and thai hips and S 'In. In buec Your... big, luxurious,
7 altar the first Monday In January ROUSE JOINT an Cotintr Solicitor of aid I County. pwtence anay. or may. not .he the
.T year Immediately aueceedlng timed A JOINT RESOLUTION VIII/ Proposing of Ne Coo.stilutlOn BB FT RESOLVED BY THE tEOHTA. earns but try this sewn revivingplan. Greyhound Coaches. .
election I bed subsequent to> said Amendment to Article Rel.tiv.the TUBE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA- Very First Box Must Show
i''oidum election. at which elector for D' the State .01 Florida a... .nd SECTION I. That Article V ef the H..wilta. nr Mnnfv Heck.
dent of the United State are voted to iIonol01 Ta.ato Adding Constitution of the State o' Florida be ,
In clinical Mts.conductad by
and U any such law CCoU to Provide emended by adding thereto an additional .. .
municipal Add.Uo..1 Sections mnlic.-U d. "" nxire than STATION
Omit Section A .f BUS
and Thereto UNION
collection ol State ofFlord. section to be known ae I
'n and '.._m..nta.. or either ot th.m. that III Ne County 01 Bay.Alt....... Shall said Article relating' to the election of loa persona loss lej 14 .to few I II ,
'y u" otflcera U accepted and .. the County: the Court of Record hi endlfor pounua aoereaa
for the Judge et .
ofd; the Property 01 the County the weeks Hrh the A1!Uit 01'... Phone 147
the referendum election aa Aawaa School Escamhla County and the County
Skate. Count)'. min Candy Beduclnl Pfan.Itonrrciw. .
mdd "ersln. becomeon of Lerylaf end the same. I.
the same shall Purpose lwvid ..y N Solicitor of said County:
ktve the tint day of January and Municipal Taxes School, So.n harsh ...wd to. and hell be subrnlfteil LACY CONWAY, Agt. Temple Ave.
eJecttCTION County. County of State of Florida Nothings No laieuvo. You d"1aut
succeeding Say the
... such referendum Tax School Da 10 the elector ,. ..... ,
School Dlatrtet.o. Special ratification er rejection at the 0"" out any .potauira mean or
MunlciPatiue .1 lb. Count for 17MTueday butter-you lust cut: Ihrm down. Simple whoa
i Before) any law daecribadVi lab It and enl Ilectlon 'b"o>
?, "r < ... ....
.m. 311
day euriplyautritioue
be Of shall OF y1.ORWAt Alixil'JtrlT
any force' and .!fact. 1 1& THE S"ATE 1944. u Mllow.t
:'! the qualified electors .f Orange .1 N. Conaututl.n o. the o' Reeord In and for ....mbf. ass Koch Drug fttorf. Phone S3. Trar

meaty." Florid., at a referendum election end th. Coun' Solicitor ... said thin vl rrralnilft.
te out as a
alld elected by trie qualified
and held for the purpose shell hereafter be '
SS"1"' whether such law eball .1..1.. et said aunty aa..ether stay and \
Odd ptd' and ratified or rejected by count officiate' are elected. The first s
o qu.Ulla4 elector of said County. elation. .. the Judge ., the Court etecard .
-Nf..dum election. shall lie .bald. mm !I In and lor E.roof
.i:' l"ety days after the) elective / !" a. eI Mid enunty.
.ny uch law. Th. Board ot \ .5.11 Iht.C held at the General EXPERTSERVICE
.>u.'JCo'nmissioneTe shall provUle. tot Mg. to take office the first T>."""edeyefter .
of any such referendum ..Ie... ; the first Monday In Janus.,. IHM *.
*"" notloe thereof ehall be published a term of fI-ol- Tlie term r
aid Board Ina .cs ." for al : anyone Heretofore
t lour eucceeslva week tmmedlataly .ssftr&SKSisBSeTagyBfiSS .TkereerM eppofmed to either ol the 1

JHf' to the day ell such. 01_... offices herein. amoebas shall not lie .extended ew+i,
s oswopap" .* general elreutstloa In In oat .u buy ........bF. Any vacancy ra aimej .
Contr. Except. herein .u>erwlse Shall aer'Schad_ .U Municipal user : o' said. .'n...... which aectrre prim to _1<
*! *d. the law* ad tko eMate mains County and first Tuesday after the first Monday he
11Io holding: of general eleetlaaa ahall snuacr.[ 1M*. ahall be fjlle4 ay eppomt-
the ) by the Ooverner. ea-J eonflrmeUj-e)
holding! of any: such referTf ; men
heretofore provided IW
11",00. such' law amen by the tleneta ae
toeptad! any .. the Constitution but M no ease for any
ratified the majority 1,5(15Lave
1// by: shall. It the Tues-lev efta
_.. euch 121 Th. L.Ilalature time to longer than until the first
duni .Participatinglaw. shall. be- s.a ID 1M' and mom the he Lot: Monday to January. IMC andthe R f
....ct low. el efflca ef anyone d,
eeomP tenure
and be th..anet' term or 11Igra
In lull !.?, Mj affect. but tlmo .,,,, '-
a ..* ue01 the fone 10.... dutl. appointed ta either at said seta byn.
-. election a majority of pow Tax A.NIUOt. dnl.naladIn beginning' In 147 Hull e"1l" i
; o. CouDt1' term
Participating therein ahall vote lion 14. and .
1 of tIIJO Seellon first Tuesday after the Bretfonday 'Ir/'YL
the p.ra.r.ph aid "?
neptence and ratification by law for the on 1 ,aI e'tttrtJs
law 'It void shall w.aw- provide th5 m January.: I
d".clt Shall be null and roll o.
; ... e..n.lon on tine 5u5umat SECTION LAn" provision. at thai
.... ora .nd. The of .u tax Chas. C.
5g A.snot a.h la bare-
bard of said Cou-lty: shall ce*- County T. Constitution la aoafUct herewith

t loa '0 the "' State within muidclpaaOS.ggc'rIOtl ShepherdAt
I aftw :bokflngt: ttvoreof. School D\.ItrICtII and Df TESTIMONY WHEREOF I ahereunto *

t5. eat my band and affixed the
January I. llH8. fsl Great Seal of the) State ol Florida ..' Gay'd Service Station
PoCat 1 JON? 1ty.E'.owrToIl' NO J3 ter to tba County sUalus.ee the Ceplial.. title DM la days EYHOU Jp
JgLyT RESOLUTION PTOPCIlef an Ida .haU collect nty. CountySehOO of August, A. J). l44. s
bndm.. state. c B. A. CHAT. *
.t to County UI. SPetsai 1gLAW
Attica viii of tn. :! ;rool" DHtncta.
f the '< acrata .t State J
n4.:.....> .!Property fordTaRelative Tu k1aocaA DaatrICY and W..pallu-. .


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40E: FOUR I. : _"tCts!

party in honor of a number of =--
CLUBS Two Hostesses Methodist Youth Steven Broadway i young ladies who will leave for era Mrs were Shaw given
I SOCIETY Honor Bride-Elect i Enjoys Picnic Has Birthday PartyA college this fall.Decorations] .of late summer serving daughters re1reahJlel11l Wta) ,

At Morning Party At Gold Head Park j i party in honor of StevenBroadway's flowers were used to decorate the Ann Gereldin,

Poythress-Torode HartmannChampionMr. I fifth birthday an- living rooms of the Stump home,
I The Dell cottage on Kingsley The regular sub-district meetingof niversary was given by his where the guests) spent the afternoon Circle
Charles William and Mrs. A. Hartmann of the Methodist Young People'was C. Broadway, at Three bald
Mrs. Poythresa Lake was the scene Wednesday i mother, Mrs. H. playing games and singing meeting and II
of Macclenny announces the engagement this city announce the engage- morning of a delightful Coca-Cola I held Monday evening at Gold ,I I the residence of his aunt, Mrs. Zeta songs. ; on Tuesday covered: dhk
of her daughter, Sarah ment and approaching marriage of Head Branch State Park. Representatives Ruby Johns, Tuesday afternoon home at the l
their daughter Miss Lorraine party given by Mrs. Vernon Sil- Melrose Refreshments of assorted sand I of Mr E He
Elizabeth, to John Arthur Torode, from WaMo enjoyed games '
11 The
Ing the
lion of Mrs. Pauline Torode and Louise Hartmann, to Yeoman 3-c cox and Mrs. Leslie Biggs In hon- Interlachen, Lawtey. and the local : and contests and were served refreshments wiches, cake, mints, and CocaColawere enjoyed course ''If the day',

the late W. E. Torode of Starke. Don E. Champion of Tulsa, Okla- or of Miss Sara Poythreas, whose Methodist Young People's depart- of ice cream and cake. served to the following who bookHOW a study periOd,u
The marriage will take place homa. Their marriage will be marriage to 'John Arthur Torode i ments attended the meeting. Assisting Mrs. Broadway in en- were present to enjoy this.occasion to Pray'Hough 101

Friday afternoon, August 16, at an event of the second week in will be an event of August 161 Swimming was enjoyed by the tertaining the children were Miss : Mrs. James M. Blackshear, and Mrs, Mr. Ceo, A
Mrs. E. L. Matthews, Mrs. J. Fred D. W
6 o'clock In the Methodist Episco- October and will be solemnized at the Methodist Episcopal ChurchIn young people earlier In the evenIng Joan Milligan and Miss Myrel Moon "
pal Church, Macclenny.MillerPowell In the Rectory of St Edward's Macclenny. and afterwards the group en- Ritch, while Mrs. R. E. Mundorff Guy Mrs. J R. Wainwright, Mrs.C. directing the study
Mlsa The
A. Darby Margaret Mon-
Catholic Church here. A social business
Guests received on the Joyed a picnic supper. of Tampa and
were Mrs. G. L. McCluer meeUIIf
teith, Miss Audrey Carlisle Miss circle
Miss Hartmann was graduated hour of folks) followed and was pre
screened porch of the lake home games Mrs. T. S. Belew of Waterloo, lded ove.
from Bradford High business was conducted Margie Middleton of Jacksonville, leader, Mrs. S, E,
County the meeting Spar\u'
and after greeting the honoree Iowa, assisted In serving the refreshments \
Mr. and Mrs. 'C.: J. Powell of School in 1940 and for the past they were Invited into the dining by the president of the Union. ). Miss Lila Rae Caldwell of the I offering amounted to 11;

this city announce the marriageof six ,years has operated the Lady room for refreshments of .open- The Rev. Ralph Rivers of Waldo Those enjoying the afternoon State Farm and Miss Merry Beth The hostess, )Mr,, Ita,

their daughter, Ruth LaVern, Fair Beauty Salon on Call It. faced sandwiches, cool drinks, and j offered a brief worship program. with Steven were Charllne Dennis, KnighJ.of Gainesville. served deUclow I'ftl'l

of Fence Lake, New Mexico to Mr. Champion, now In service other delicacies. The table was About 25 young people from Vida Jean Gentry, Jan and Wayne cold drinks and.IIIMwtt
Ralph O. Miller, also of Fence with the U. S. Coast Guard attractively arranged buffet style both the Intermediate and senior Mundorff Billy Dampier Jimmie Baptist Circles Hold :Mrs W. J. Eppel'aal h

Lake, on' Monday, July 29. The was for several months stationedat with a unique centerpiece of zinnias groups were present to representthe Wiggins, Franklin Simmons John Social MeetingsCircle the meeting with prayer

ceremony took place In Gallup, the Navy base in Green Cove and yellow marigolds assembled local Methodist Church. Mrs. : Adams, Roger Milligan, Burge The next monthly mw

New Mexico. The Immediate families Springs and is now assigned to In a vase set in the crownof Nelson Green furnished a bus to Searing and Jackie Hembree. One of the Baptist WMU be held at the homed( li

of the bride and groom were duty in Washington, D. C. He a sun hat, adding charm to the serve as transportation for the i held its regular monthly meeting Mardlng.

present at the wedding. has completed five years of service rustic setting. The refreshments group and the League counselors, Luncheon Tuesday afternoon at the home of

Miss Powell had resided In and spent about three yearsof carried out a scheme of multi- Miss Madge Whigham and Miss j Lovely Mrs. G. W. Alderman, with Mrs. The Business W0Il11

New Mexico for the past several that time on overseas duty. colored pastels. The hostesses Carol White were also present. It [. Given TuesdayAt Blanchard Law aa co-hostess. met Monday night at t C.

years. Mr. Miller was recently The couple will reside in Washington presented the honoree with an was decided that the next meet- LakeMrs. Mrs. L. G. Powell, leader, presided i ley Lake home of M Ir, .
discharged from, the military service D. C. until Mr. Champion antique china plate. j I ing of the Union will be held at Kingsley over the business session, I Eugene Griffin. and ,

and operates' a tore and service Is released from the Coast Guard About 39: guests called during Starke on Sept. 9. H. C. Ritch and Mrs. H. and a program was presented dish supper precede the

station In Fence Lake, where In December, and they will there- I the morning. Mrs. George Rob- M. Richarde were hostesses Tues- dealing with a discussion of gath- and social hour.

they will make their home aftera after make their home In Denver, erts, Mrs. Bill SturgU, and Mrs. Miss Lillian Stump spent Sun- day at 12:30: ( o'clock when they ering foreign relief funds throughthe Mrs. C A. Knight

brief wedding trip in Mexico. Colo. J. W Andrews assisted In serv- day night with Mr. and Mrs. W. entertained with a delightful church.At the v business meeting pm|hi

ing. H. Thomson In Montlcello. the close of the meeting the sense of the
luncheon party at the summer president,S-
St. Mark's Auxiliary Junior Club home of the former on Kingsley hostesses served refreshments of Canova. Mrs. R. A. om.

Meets in CenterThe Met Last WeekThe Lake. ice. cream and cake. charge of the program:

The attractive lake cottage was a delightful talk on Ji

Women' Auxiliary of St. regular monthly meeting of decorated with mixed summer Circle Two met Tuesday after-' which time she iJispay! i I

Mark's Episcopal Church held Its the Junior Woman's Club was flowers, ginger lilies, magnolia noon In the home of Mrs. F. J. Ing souvenirs that ihe

regular monthly meeting Monday I j held last Thursday evening of leaves! and hanging baskets of Shaw with Mrs. W. L. Andrews lected In that country y!<

afternoon at the Church Center last week In the Club building I II plants. co-leader, presiding. A devotional M. Biggs spoke on Q

with its' president, Mrs. Mattie, with the, president, Miss Lucile --- I Luncheon was served buffet program was presented during showed a beautiful!
Mitchell presiding. The club Somehow 1 knew these rains Hear tell that the loudest which the 23rd Psalm was read kimono
P. Oahagan presiding. A program style on the dining porch from a that she hada m
of short devotions was led by Mrs.I pledge and flag salute were given, I were going to keep on until they laughs in a long time were heard long table which was centered and discussed, and sentence pray- gift.
entire Issuing from the T. T. Long resi
Gahagan which was followed byi followed ,y the treasurer's re- spoiled my summer with an arrangement of brightly
Not only cut down on quotaof dence Thursday night of last week
a short business meeting. Mrs. port. The club discussed buyinga my colored zinnias and other flowers.
wound system to be used at suntan but now comes the when, following a buffet supper,
O. U Beasley read a report from I Each card table, where the guests
that the boiled someone unearthed an old photo
1U dances. Miss alarming news peanut
regular sponsored
Edward Burns treasurer of the I were seated, bore a bud vase of
will be album containing choice shots of
Reconstruction Fund, regarding Audrey Carlisle volunteered to supply drastically curtailed ginger lilies
I because of tr. "'in lIclou8I Myrwin Long, Myrtice Lewis, Flo
Church' obtain Information about the cost j,
thef fact that St. Mark's 1 The hostesses were assisted by
moisture Cal C son, favorite Slade, Margaret Carroll, Evalyn
had given more than Its quota'I of purchasing such a ystem. I my Mrs. Richarde's mother, Mrs. J. aMBt
will Plans for the club to assist In peanut man, appeared on Ritch, Ethel Biggs, and Madge
of $290( which be used toward H. Ritch of Jacksonville, In entertaining -
rebuilding church buildings, sponsoring a veterans' dance on : Call Street Wednesday with abouta Middleton back In the "flapper" the following guests:
Labor dozen precious bag (the first days Hard to choose from \
school. and mission houses In Day were discussed and a Mrs. J. M. Hembree, Mrs. J G.
committee was appointed to make "green" ones of the season) but such a selection, but believe my r
the Philippines. A short social Godwin, Mrs. J, C. Wallace Mrs C
such arrangements. Miss Frelda I they were quickly bought and "pin up" choice was the one of
hour followed and delightful refreshments Robert Kite, Mrs. W. B. Mundy,
of peaches Iced tea Judd and Miss Florled Killings- consumed by the Courthouse Gang Margaret aiming a pistol with Mrs. E. L. Mathews Mrs A. Z.
worth were elected to new membership : before I had hardly more than a Dead Eye Dick a c uracy and
cookies served by the
and were Mrs. J. Fred Guy, Miss
In the Club. The corresponding taste And everyone knows gowned in a trailing skirt and
hostess Mrs. Mattie P. Gahagan, Madge Mid d 1 eton Mrs. I. N 1
secretary read a letter that a "taste" of boiled peanuts turned-down brim hat Funny
with MIsH Marjorie Davis assisting Breazeale, Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs.T. .
from the Bradford County Health Is worse than none at all, for the what a difference a slight changeIn fort t!
H. Slade, Mrs. K. G. Duncan,
\ Department regarding chest x-ray more you eat the more you want hairdos can make! .
Mrs. O. L.
Beasley, Mrs. D.
clinics which are being held in Alas, alack One of latesummer's III
District Fellowship Vining, Mrs) Ethel M. Biggs. Mrs. one you
counties requesting this service. chief pleasures (chomp- Hear Audrey CarlJHl has had .
J. W. Andrews <
Mrs. Junius :M. -
Guests' SupperThe For a delightful social hour ing pinders) Is fading fast away all the nursing she wants for a Smith Miss he
Evelyn Stump, Mraf
the members participated In Bingo Bro. Glisson says he's goingto while and will attend th *Univer. S. R. Johns Jr. F:: --A- .
Mrs M. F. Brown,
Young Adult' Fellowship and refreshments of ice-cream and have too, too few to meet the sity of Southern California this Mrs. < 'Se
C. A.
Knight, Mrs. W B. -
Class .of _,the First Methodist cake were served by the hostesses usual demand fall Glimpsed Alice, Eleanor, Sewell, Mrs. H. B. McLendon of ..-
Church entertained taut Friday Miss Audrey Carlisle and Miss and Mary St. John dashing off Orlando Mrs.
W. H. Thomson
night with a supper In the recreation I Sara Barefoot. And speaking of rain annoyances Sunday afternoon for consultationwith of .

building,'or.lpepr; .sentativea I .. ... Thelma Jennings was lamehting "the old woman on the hill" Lloyd, Mrs.O& C. N. Christy of Au- With Fall 'just around the cm

from the surrounding church communition :Lt. H. B.: ingrarnIs the fact that she's been In Jacksonville They claim I gusta, + Mrs. Lloyd Lewis of kl ;, uli1I, handsomely to,
Wilmington, Del., Mrs. Annie R. wardrobe
who came together to unable to get around to her reg- she really tells It to you straight, Norman your here for our reji
meet and make plans for carryIng Honored Guest ular summer house cleaning (the and whenever they want a prevue Weedon McNear of and Mrs. ding, scientific dry cleaning I

out a more active part In time when you put everything out of the future they look her up Tampa. your garments are restored ti

church activities,. Mr. and Mrs. J. B.entertained Mills of on the line to air) Guess lots Sorry to see J. F. (Uncle maculate freshness, so they
Green Cove Springs
C. F. Bryant, district presidentof recently at their summer home on of others are In the same boat- Jim) Kickliter hobbling around on ZTA 'Rush Party seem to return to their origin--
the Young Adult Fellowship and a boat's a very good place to crutches Seems he sat down Given Last
Lake Brooklyn with a reunion of Friday and color. To make sure of tha
presided over the business meet- be If these rains don't stop soon! In a rocking chair that wasn't all
Ing. The Rex Mr. Foster, pastor the Mills family, and In honor of Callstreeters are still giggling It should be, and received an Injury Miss Evelyn Stump and Mrs. peccable-smart appearance on
and his fam
of the First Methodist Churchof Hugh about the woman who dashed when it collapsed W. H. Thomson were hostesseslast first Fall day, phone us !today.

Ocala, led a. devotional service ily.Lt.. Ingram returned this month into the Gem Jewelry recentlyand Friday aft e rnoon at the

and directed the program. from duty overseas with the 42nd gasped "I'd like to get this Seems to be all for now Stump residence on North WalnutSt. PRUNE 135

About 60 representatives from Engineers and la now on terminal 'ring cut off right away. Can So long See you In the nextCarolyn ., when they entertained with a
throughout the district Were pres leave. you do It while I wait?" As Zeta Tau Alpha sorority rush ROBT.
ent. (If they could do It any other ways) 01 ...
Which reminds Te
me, Junius
The next meeting will be held Mr. and Mrs D. A Monteith GREEN
Smith almost lost his favorite
on November 1 at the First Methodist -I and family spent Sunday In Tallahassee -
Church In Ocala. gold band (to say nothing of,his Owner
finger) when the ring got caughtIn

a big machine at the plant after the
Both ring and finger were damaged game...

but still intact, thank you


Clearance= 'Twas a happy day at the Fred

,.; Guy household Monday when"Mother" r Grocery & Mark]
- -
5a6Y Guy and all her children ,
were together for the first time I j SUCCESSOR TO GUY'S MARKET

since Mr. Guy passed away in 225 S. Walnut St. Starke. F1

1939 Miriam (Mrs. Wallace TIAAN IC w ; Lf--ft -rjrj rf-j-.trm-fr mm- ,mfrrpj-<- J***"r
Joplin) was over from Lake City

Emory from SUGAR 51b5. .
up Miami -
Y Summer Dresses Shorts John already here for a visit after AlE itfp fFR BLEACH .
on his Navy release Henry up en.. r.r.... qt. -

e from Fruitland Park with his ia.r RICE, 5 lbs. .

wife and recently-born twins), Sam r .
and Sue They all gathered at a. r-ewa-,, MILK, large can .

Bathing Suits Playsuits Fred's house for dinner and hada a.r. IRISH POTATOES, 10 Ibs. .

group picture taken during the .
afternoon Very pleasant occasions ..ree4r SALAD DRESSING, gal. .

these family reunions .. PEACHES .
Too bad they can't take gal. -
Robes and Raincoats place .
more often Sweet Mixed PICKLES, gal. .

Prepared Mustard .
/ Seems an If auto mishaps have NEW gal. -

figured very prominently In the DILL PICKLES, gal. .

19.95 dresses at 10.95 news this week Ralph Rhodes TURNIP GREENS No. 2 .
lost his brand new Buick but got can

16.95 dresses at 10.95 away with only a cut on his head rat killer MEAT SAUCE - .
when a bee flew In his
> \ eye, caus-
ing him to lose control of the LEMONS, fancy Calif. Sunkist
dresses at 8.95 car and swerve Into a deep ditch Extra Large Size 2for f

; .. between Bainbridge, Ga, and It's.Dr Hess product and it's
called Anturat .
12.95 dresses at 7.95 I Tallahassee He's recuperatingat U. S. No. 1, Va. RUTABAGAS,,

the home of his mother, Katty v If ideal for farm use because it's not CARROTS .
I large -
10.95 dresses 6.75 Montelth -
at .
Another miraculous dangerous to poultry, livestock or pets if Fresh .
escape took place'near New Or- properly used. Green FIELD PEAS, lb.

8.95 dresses at 4.95 leans last week' when an accident SWEET POTATOES: .
eJ put a sour end to a very nice vacation It's more effective than squill against the"
trip enjoyed by the H. B.Meundons. Norway ALSO FULL LINE OF CHOICE }IE.
dotter Jeanette, and or common brown rat. .
Steak Rib
Mrs. E. S. Matthews Seems Ira tasteless-the rats .47
they were well their it in Sirloin .
on Chuck
way home feed .50
or other baits. It can be used J5
MexicoCity, when as a track.

", A 1:2:? TtiUVVI Englishman, who had Just a boughta young ing poison-rats walk in it, lick their feet T-Bone -, .50 Roast Beef" .

car In N. O. and started out to and die. Smoked Stew Beef .

tour the west, darted out from Pork .
behind a truck the McLendons Kill costly and dangerous rats now with Sausage .39 Hamburger

: were meeting, and turned them Anturat-we have Anturat in stock. ... Swift's Premium Weiners '
over twice, demolishing the car Tenderized
Ham .55
They all escaped with minor oj Ibs.

NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE cut and bruloes, but had to leave Sistrunk Feed & Seed Co. All Sweet & Nucoa Jewel Lard .

the car and come home on the Margarine .29 lb. .
train AH the lovely gifts BAtter,

they were bringing horn to
friends and relative were broken STARKE FLORIDA F. G. Hemingway Market MfcJ-J




9,. 1M8
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BITS of LOCAL NEWS I Sylvia Alvarez spent several, Mr. and Mrs. John Love Wilkes I I \lrs.V H. Thomson and children -
days this week at Kingsley Lake of Jacksonville are guests of .

r with Clare Jean Mundy. I Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins at I I l Marjorie Ellen and Freddie '

Dr. Geo. F. Scott Catherine Brownlee of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Durshlmer'' Kingsley Lake. returned to their home at Lloyd BRING YOUR GLASS WORK TO
.. Gainesville
scott and daughters Mary Louise and i I Sunday after visiting for the post I
Carnell and spent last week-end Mr. and Mrs. George C. White
C. with her
. eland and S. Ormonded grandmother. Mrs.: S. E. Brown- Frances Leigh and Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Frances White of Tallahassee I I two weeks with Mrs. Thomson' J. T. PREVATT a
corbin and Gene, Fred Selley returned '| were here Monday parent. Air. and Mrs. F. F. "
we.lnesdaY'1 visiting
Wednesday from Hen- lee.H.. L. Brownlee from a weeks Mrs. J. W. White and Mrs. O. W. I I Stump. They were accompaniedhome IN TORODE'S CHEVROLET GARAGE :
C, where they and Jim Stith
yule' N Hammock. Alderman. 1 by Mrs. Thomson's slater,

a month in the J. T. Quig- spent Mr.Thursday |In Deland. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nettles I Come and.' fitted for your fall i I Miss Evelyn Stump who will visit I rut and fit all auto glass and may .th r :;,
and Mrs. Marvin Lawson for a week
ttage and were weekend guest of their and winter Splrclla garment, I kind of glass\ fixtures. I guarantee ..Ywork
family, Mr. and Mrs. Alton I Miss Martha Jane Wainwright
daughter Mrs. of' MadeI I
.,,"WIIIUIIIIIIIIIWIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIHIIUIIIIIIIUUIIIILr. ,, ""'' '' '' A. C. Ollleon girdles for your daiigMrr.
Lawson and family, and Mr.' and Dunellon. of Tallahassee Is spending this and if you are not satisfied I will 1
China Crystal Mrs. Euwell Lawson and family Mr. In the new nylon material. C()r- week with Miss Betty Ann Flynn.I4fate I \
Mrs. W. A. Scott left etlere, Mrn. Frank lloo\,>r. tl I I gladly refund your .
spent Thursday at Silver row boat with or
Springs. Thursday to upend two weeks In "lth'l( money.'S
Mrs. Marcus F. Brown and out fish well.-SMITH'S O.\K. i ia
tcial Orders Given Athtion. SPECIAL: Guaranteed permanent the Quigley cottage at Henderson- ir

Floor I Candela wave, $S at Leila's Beauty vllle N. C. children returned home here today I AGE. 8-9 Zt ,
after upending the past monthat {
and Wedding Bas- Salon. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Powell and Lake. ,
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand family returned to their
[ Rent. home Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McRae and FREE DELIVERY PLENTY PARKING. SPACE n
is (for daughter Jeanette, of Orlando here Friday following a visit of EASY TERMS: -
and Miss Idell Landrum
and Mrs. E. S. Matthews of Starke several weeks In Texas New
spent Friday in St. Augustine
returned Saturday from Mexico and '
a vacation Mexico. Theyat
SHOPPE trip to Mexico City. Dr. Me- tended the wedding of their old Beach. uRIG4Tri-:
L. F. Smith. Sr., left Saturdayfor
returned Sunday to Orlando est daughter Ruth in Gallup N.
Peru, Ind.. where he will visit
J. M. Mitchell but Mrs .McLendon and Alex., explored the Carlsbad Caverns
:Mrs. with his sister for a week. He
102 \V :Madison St.ILI.IlIIIANwe.IIIIIIAAWIIIIlaW14e1111F. I visit Jeannette here. remained for a short of N. Mex., visited Juarez, will be accompanied home by his Can Always Ue Found l..AIt_ V01AJ\, 44L -
Mexico and visited .
?, '' '''/ numerous and who v
two sons Billy Tommy, .Denmark's
other .
points of Interest In the
have been visiting In Indiana for
hf I you had only one speech to make it would pay great southwest. the past two months.

hoii) to own MODERN ELOQUENCE, beautiful Mr.Gainesville and Mrs.were Hayward guests Jordanof of her Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and Rubber-like Hall Runner '- 60c yard
last weekend In
)5.\olume) speaker's library. $19.50 cash or mother, Mrs. Elsie Hall here Sun children spent ::

EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS day.For Jacksonville.Mr.. and Mrs. Kirk Lewis of 24" & 3fi": Width Any- Length lINt'CnllnIany! I'lacel6

wedding<< portrait ,"oe T II. last weekend with
Apopka spent
Osborne See ad on page 8. Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis.Mr Il -d-

THE 121:4)1:I ICLUI3 G.discharged Raymond from Hall, the 18,Navy honorably in of Jacksonville. and Mrs. Fred visited L. Hafer Mr. and Jr., BABY Play Pens BABY 1

Box 571 February after two and one-half
Mrs. R. J. Davis Sunday.Mrs. for
years of foreign service reenlisted O. P. Likens of Jacksonville CARRIAGES HIGH CHAIRS II
STARKE, FLORIDAAlso In the grade of AOM 2-c in Is the guest this week of hers

Jacksonville recently and is now 1 ate r-ln-law, Mrs. James L. The Baby
stationed at Cecil field Jack-
famous near
Classics razee. on Jackson stieet. 13.50 2.95
sonville. He Is the of Mrs.
son up
National Encyclopedia, Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Girton returned up
Elsie Hall. At "
the time
of his
Junior Classics, to their home In St. Pet- 7.95

Many other values. original 15 years enlistment of age. he was only ersburg Sunday after visiting ,;f
Mrs. Girton's son, Cleveland Nealof

Help your children in school day MHK|following Pat Lambe a two returned week's Mon.visitIn Theressa In Starke., and transacting business Highback Occasional Rockers, asst. col 13.50

Wheeling, W .Va., where she Miss Hazel Moore arrived Tuesday
was the guest of Mrs. J. M. Con brief visit with her
for a
nelly. mother, Mrs. P. A. Moore at Size :.1-1 Bedroom Suits

The Rev. and, Mrs. Laurie G. Kingsley Lake.At the present time Box Springs 29.95 i-C.
Ray of Lake Wales Satur- I
spent she is stationed, In Miami and Is
Every branch of lay here as guests of his aunts, hostess with Eastern Air Lines I (Mrawvr Vanity Rand Mirror

Mrs. J. W. White and Mls..
Miami and
Walnut Finhdi
on a flight 4.95
Olive and Amelia Ray. They were Detroit. Card Tables -

INSURANCES enroute home following a visit in U-foot row bout with or with- -

Junalaska and Ashville. N C. Mrs. out fish "..11.- 'IITII' ( AKA 109.50

L. (?: Ray, who accompanied themon E. B-9 2t Cedar Chests 14.95 up

the North Carolina trip remained Mr. and Mrs. T M. Hutchlngs

S LIABILITY In Aslivllle for a longer pent several days I last week In '- -i A Real BargainIT'S

SERVICE: stay with her daughter-in-law Pensacola as guests of their son Smoke Stands :: 1.95

OVER 50 YEARS THEFT Mrs. Niles Ray.SPECI.L and daughter-in-law Mr. and MrR.
: (iuaranterd -
permanent R. R. Hutchlngs.
stave, $3 at I...lla's Beauty Mrs. J. L. Peek has resigned her A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

Salon. position as stenographer with the
FIRE Friends of Mrs. Ann Parker Bradford, Red Cross Chapter -
C WALL AGENCY will be happy to know that she After a visit with her nelce, John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

returned home this week after Mrs. Charles Hall. In Newton

LIFECLASSIFIED undergoing an operation at the Ga. she will go to make her home
Please Phone 146 Pensacola Hospital about two with her son, Julian Peek 1 In PHONE 151 STARKE. FLA.

months ago. Atlanta.

Mrs. Imogene Nettles Hess madea Sen. S. D. Clark of Montlcello\ .
recent trip to Fort McClellan, president elect of the State 4.V J..J'I'

Ala., where she visited her husband Senate, was a' cuest of Sen. and

Pvt. Harold Hess, formerly Mr Charley .E. Johns one day

of Hampton.A last week. Also'a supper guestof :
the Johns' during Senator

YOUB FAKM. CITY ANDI1'ESS FOR plant SALK, first-year Missionary new irround.Ily berry. GOOD HEALTH Clark's visit was Sen. Edwin Eraser /

PROPERTY bed or thouxnnd. J. I' Ili"w- SUGGESTIONProper of MacC1 nny.
Read 261, 2 mile east
err place For home portrait see T. II.O .
of .Mtark .-Steve Weldon.NO .
8-14 lOt bowel elimination Is im borno. !Sew ad on page ".

portant. Not Just a touch-up buta Mr. and Mrs. Elbert M. Edwards
S'rRO'U'r I SELLS KSTATBCr StEAL ROACHES ANTS FLIES or'' thorough cleansing eliminating of Daytona Beach spent

.. rn adwrtlae* .f eoo.- fleas LI o nib.If This you use la not our the Aerosol keronenetvpe. Hilt. poisons waste matter from your Tuesday with Mr. Edwards'

Irr ...pnt,... Hmm Hade overads. Lanti for we. kn. 'Auto' system. More people use Florida mother Mrs Mae Edwards.T4 Stock
.f Home._ F.- Fountain. tf I Our Complete
j>fe Barer from mil ever eke Llvra Tone to promote better John Chalker, who Is currently

d. Free open Iletlasr. WILL TRADE house and garage health because It does the job to .stationed at Yuma Ariz.,

STROUT REALTY AGENCY apartment In Ft. Pierre. for house.I their satisfaction. arrived this week to spend a furlough

I Represented Locally By In Jacksonville. Htarku.. I Keystone. FLORIDA LIVRA TONE the with Mr. and, Mrs. C. A.
HclKht". or St. Augustine Flnr- REDUCED
f'. HOIXINGSWORTIl l"JR. Write John II. Denmark, Pep-up laxative, is probably Just Darby on Lake Santa Fe. GREATLY
118 So. Walnut St. 73H; W Way Street Jacksonville 4t 86, what you need too. Start today I I Roswell Noeicel of Miami was an

Kla. and feel grand tomorrow. All overnight guest Thursday of last

ITRESHES of all kinds renpI FOR BALK:-pair mule ten yean Drug Stores. (Adv.) week of John II. Powell.
I"4; furniture upholstered and l old weight al.out I I2UO lb. work
nlnhed Drop us a card. single or double. VIII ,airlfltfliecuuxp MEN'S
i 1. Palatka. Fla. tf I Ir K, K. 'Va..dln.. 3 mile no"lb" 01 GROUP I
Waldo on Hoad 1J atp 8-16
I ,\L :--npw Mlsslonary..traw- FOR SALE
J'fV' I 7a JL95
plant by bed or thousand BAIIY SITTER for appointment 10.93DRESSES;
-'o 12.volt Delco electric light phone l : ... m to 6:10I :
nt with radio. C. Letuch or H.wren m. Phone 17 ringafter
Htarke Fla. 41 to 8-9 ,I p.S:30: p. in. Price reasunable. DRESSESNOW
6t 8,30
'It.l'I: write all linen; fire I FARM
.'m"bll.,, liability. and life. WELL imilLINO per foot, up '
me for your Innuranc-e needn. Andrew Mauyarl. Highway 13 IIj
D Wainwright. Jr., 131 East 4IP 8-11'' ONE-TIIIRDOFF
north of Starko NOW
I tree Phone 184. 2tp 8KTk.li mile I tract of land approximately 513 acre*. .,. A good 6-rm

-Sumeone to cut downr CANVAS:- AWNINy-If contact! John you A. nerdawnings Andrews .' house with light. and runnlnf water. ..

r five email oak trees atI1 box 68. Lake Hutl.r. Free 1 dairy barn, I double bam for horses ulth nhed around, .
*" I..ik.. and saw Into gladly l Ifl.n.l lip g'A L5.95
Nt F. k Matthews, Bradford estimates 1 tool house with garage on melt aide% Z rhlckrn houpWM. I IMfnokehouwt $6.95X ;
hm T
Irgraph tf FOR SALE-front-proof Australian. with sheds around 1 syrup shed with kettle, 2

'r"l'Ur, also:;.;;;'PI..t.equipment line of for sore-ren- Ever n SOP In cans each. ; 35.100' "eiu-h.or. over; 69'! Hesetling or ran mllN (1 ...."..r drawn. 1 horse drawn), 3 tenant houses onanother Greatly

rar )to."II ber111Dodd.s131idlakes location uf nalil' land.
S'or call J. C. Taylor Mrn. tt ,11,1.51LiiS ALL t SIZES
flai Stark, Hotel not later than ), Keystone HelrHitn." M" About 100 arm or said. land In cultivation, the rent In
m. lip 311> 8.'
turpentine, pulpwniMl and ftawmlll timber Reduced
4-room unfurnished forchlld's
tru-n, \, private bath. AI..su *- WANTED TO nrV Must-. Male he roa..on..lole PUppy IOO head of good, urll-brnl stock cattle.
"; > .I- hed cab I, n. running Phone. 17 ring 5, ;>r write H O. 23 head of line ho|('".
KcaMonnble, close In. 20K lip
tledlnr St. A:9 if IM: ,* 64,4' Starke. Fla. 1 farm mule GROUP; III Shorts <;ROIJI ir

d.\I. : The Blue Tavern Ru- LOMTLarge olive drab OIn tarpulln Iii.h- I extra Kd hone. .
from 5.93DRESSES: 4.95
.ra r Doing good bunlnennV about I Ilab O t.uke and Jueksonville I Hawmlll In perfect condition, drawn by M' horsepower
13 between
.. Sea- war It.itarls'J 1.r..w..rd 1.
near JulY Slacks
Rallrnad depot. 4tp 8-30 Wednesday to flndrItFOR I International unit with starter DRESSES

3ALE. -fln apple pears. It.25 hns. lit ark... Flit I FarmaJI :Model A tracer; In perfect condition, with equipment -

:rt'n 11.. farm. F. M., Merrltt.t SALE-UU Chevrolet. 001- cultivator Fertilizer distributor, m e win g machine 3.95 Slack Suits 2L98
Long Flrl quire atnBjgBs, ft..ker Bicycle planter I ftlnglt dlitc, 1 16" bottom plow.
?TlIF.lT:: FOR RENT-S-roomn. It 1 Famuli Model II tractor Athens plow, 1 double dine
'">" Shop. -
couple preferred.
S walnut, atarke.' Itp flAI.E-Man'a hlcvcle, IfondcondIU..n. harrow. mm Play Suits

FOR .....James Peterson at been used
StL J :Missionary strawberry S4 liP I hay press bought recently Ha never LOT
t". O"lrv. ONE
[ ppt..r."n' ALL
Arknnnan. LADUdSChildrens
mock grown
1-horne '
1' i na 11 per thousand or by old I wagon. Bathing Suits

floe'' "E. Wanrtln 1i. a miles north FOR hor.... iteeaa.onahlee. I. K'g Army cart used for turpentine. 8; UH M K It
Road s 30
4tp Fla with 'baJn.... -- -
land. Hampton. 1 log cart complete ( -0 =
.8 LI-oood: suitJimmie furnished of"bort- .. Play] Sandals -
" light" hgat. RENT-3.rnnm .0Ualf" A number Impletnenti. Play SsadahFormerly
or FOR
li Mcker. Heart cypress.PL. unfurnl..h..t.
f..:" :';. Swindell. Ther- able. L or B. Jordan II t. Reason. ; 2 saddles 2.95 ONE LOTPlay
It 304. lip All of crop on said land. except a certain portion the cropper and Oxfords

SALE 3tlsdonarystrawberry. I.ro..m dwel fet NOW
'ors SAf.F.-Modern Sandals
12?"*. :M new JR41SllSdKW ling/ with five IoU wit In southwestapartment h 2..l1nm Greatly

f" in state,, Farm blnrhway. of and Stark.......... Prlto"fu. Town Property in Hampton
1.45 $2.00
5tp 9-' pale a' ,'.600. Soma
quick S. D :R tlLloed
;:'nJr'iBTA: R.ml" l.. No. 12 terma. &o.r..ponolbl.. Jr.. HI erted Call J tot: with tnttory brick building 5apartmrnt no
Wainwright" All Size & Colors
slttl letters.>e"'rle.K. B U...,. All. street. phone 154. lip upper lion?, Urge built-in cooler _d. tore apace on bottom.Large .

""Y. Pla lIarri: 0 C TOO 0 R stock of merchaadlM and atortJ! fixture* except fan and

-p.n: TO BIIT-t''d bicycle "Bs "I Oyer your 200wld..ly I CIIIOb regi..t r. Come In And See These ValuesRobbins'

or,rltkcle.. caah prices paid. ,..,,, "nmp i 4 lots with large unfinished block sad brick building near
Bicycle Sh"" P.v b..u.rthan
'k neceadtlea
It and farm hundreds railroad. Goo kwatlon.:
. ; rfirm .mo.t' .. I to 20 years or f 1 1940 1-ton track In food condition. FORIfERLTSTERNIlEKC'S
.t \; hnnse two
11 8tarke. WANTED a more'I..p.rlen". tostartwe All said property ck.r of debt offered for $...001). ftoaatm
f No
' _work .r..dlt. WritetndaY l
! F.: 1 Flume.Mrawberrle tip on teach 90rtll'lIl"ro you how H.w I for wiling; setting old sad not able to look after It.
for full 31.mphls -
flOOD 1..lch'o. D..pt. I
INCOME and get
ur 4 dr..iiv..a fr*> >. .Mhowlnici T..nn. LAY ANAY rum
seeing" eh* latent New fork CHILDRES at m" B. Y. Saxon, Hampton, Fla.
\ .,,For Information' and ealea- WILL KEEP hour.--31r,. Jimml. -
ror..' JJ.O.Soothorn nivlnlon. ) aRnx2056Tampa 1.- home McMillan b" day,or II' WaolllnlJt"n Stt 4.V.

1t tarke.' I


: SIX -= ,_ _rGt'T
consider rlRCVIT COURT BRADFORD ,18. 1848I1V \
. and Mrs. Strickland of Alachua ami spent the weekend with her slid meetingIn to ('ot''TT. FI.OHIUA. IV: CHAN- '(
. . successful school term are extended .advlHablllt of reducing the OFFICIAL PEAL
to her. I were dinner guests on Thursday brother-in-law, Mr. and ;iMrfl. value of the capital Mock of C..RY. A. Cleric of A. t
authorl C. ]McMurdy Plaintiff. ... Zach n.
of Mr. Mrs. M. L. Wat Mike Futch. -corporation and to .. Dnugigd! ,. s4
last and
McMurdy Defend
Hampton Mr. and Mr. Owen Simmons tctlon thereon at that time a* ant. Atty for I'lr 'gltnnIN
announce the arrival of a daughter terson. Mr. and Mrs Fred Moore and ba approved by a legal vote No. 4988.ORDER ,,!

By Mn. M. C. SweeneySCHOOJL. Carolyn Ann, on Friday Aug. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rivers and children have returned to their the In stuck compliance with the Laws AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR COI CIII'I'I'r';STY. t""U ht

St. Vlncent'a Jack Easter Rivers who have occupied home here after spending two Laws of STATE OF FLORIDA to: Catn- FLORIO"BI"
a . SC. 2, In Hospital Mrs. Florida and the I4y: Evelyn
sonville. the Silver Lane Apart- months at the Dell cottage on bank, thin notice l I. being address McMurdy In: aGO whose Bristol residence Isle),. Plaintiff\fllrrell nn
BEGINS MONDAYThe to each known stockholder and Street at
Miss Barbara Horne spent last ments for several months moved Kingsley Lake. h..lnlf publlohed for four .. .. N. Y. Vonderlelch 4937. nIdgnl,,'
Hampton School will open Jackson recently to Lake City. Mrs. Carrie and son prior to sold meetlnir. You are required to appear on rul
Thursday shopping In Casque .. ORDER OF
Its doors for the new term next ville. Mr.. R. L. Watson and son, Johnnie, spent the weekend with ATTEST W: El SEWELL, ... and 19 1946 cause In, wherein the above plaintiff named STAT""'u ,<61+", !!:Pl1LI'! A

Monday morning after a week' Mrs. Ann R. Guy Is spending Hillary of Brooker, were visiting her son.In-law and daughter. Mr. 7-19-I.. I.4t PEEK 8-9 JR., Cashier ............divorce shall publish Bradford this County Order den Vermont,... \' FL'JIUDAN'. 'h '

postponement due to unfavorable several weeks in Starke at the friends here Wednesday.Mrs. and Mrs. Leon Fletcher in Ga. next four weakly Issue !I You and a...,'ddr'h

weather and road conditions, anda home of Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Wm. Hodge and children Mr. and Mrs. Louis Crews and IV: CIRrfl'P COI'MT, \. ... ) Witness my hand and official seal Augu t 19, 1 4gu''MI'u' ; '

faulty sewage system, which it Churchwell. of Columbia S. C. are guests children Settle and Llndell of c corr.;11 y FLOHIUAI iv Starka. Florida this July 16, .d tiff Court seeks and divrt.Ow h'a

was to correct before Emory X.. Brown has returnedto this week of her sister Mrs. Starke spent Sunday Here with Anto'nlo* Vlllnnueva, Plaintiff SEAL) A. J. Thomas. TelelrraphhlLli phpfaM;
nf Mild
necessary Clerk Court. puhlbh
admitting students. School Trustees his home after recently receiving Douglas Hardy and other relatives his sister Miss Alma Crews. fendant.Encarnaclon Case. Nunex. No. 4942.Vlllanueva. .. R. Hess. Jack.onvlll"L Fla. Wltn.next our w.ekly I lee II

think that further postpone his Naval discharge. Enrouteto Marvin Blrt who has been in Miss Iris Smith who is employed ORDER OF PI' LICATION for Plf. 7-19 4 t 8-9 18 seal, &: Starke hftnd.t Flurl dl aug,
Florida from Illinois he visited North and South Carolina for the AND NOTICE TO APPEAR '
In Jacksonville spent :/ CIRCl E! COURT BRADFORD (OFFICIAL
ment will not be needed but. if !SEAL! ,
his sister Miss Kathryn Weestof several weeks has recently returned weekend here with her parents, COUNTY FLORIDA 1:1CII..N: A. Clerk Df said "OUrt"
so, an emergency bulletin will be naclon Nunes Vlllanueva. '" h CKBY. T. Frank
Elizabeth N. J. to his home. Mr. Mre. Smith. residence. and address la: Lanlrum, _
posted in both the Hampton and and Jessie Rug-srlrello Plaintiff ".. Atty. for I'lf. Stout
Mr and Mrs. Vernon Slade and Miss Martha Home spent the of Starke "'Puntabedra Carrll Spain. .., Rurclrallo, Dof.nd..nt.a.e. 1:
TheresRa poet offices. All pupilsare Mrs. Aaron Summner You are required. to appear .4945. CIRCIIT '
wertl'shopplng Gainesville Miss Ruth (
in of
asked to bring their report sons) weekend as guest spent Saturday with Mrs. C. R. August 19. 1946. In the above ORDER OF' PUBLICATION COJJlkTY. FIO D11-r' "II''
Thursday of last week. Sibley of Theressa. Court and cause, wherein AND NOTICE TO APPEAR CERY.
cards and beginners must have Cyril Pickren of' Gainesville is Miss Shirley Seley returned Crews. seeks. divorce. Bradford STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. ...1. Rose Wall R..b.rmft.
the necessary age Information.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Leon Dryden of Telegraph shall publish this Rugglrello, whose residence Herman n..b..rm.JI ntt..
the guest this week Bert Hln- Monday after a four-day visit i In next four weekly Issues. address la: 4838 Heck Place, No 4988. ,..
Ruby Underwood and son Jr.Mrs. with relatives in Cltra. Jacksonville spent Sunday night Witness my hand and .. Michigan. ORDER OF Pl1JLlr
here with her mother Mrs. Perry seal at Stark., Florida, this You are required to AND NOTICE 1fl
of Gainesville moved to Wiley Hicks of Jackson The local weekly motion picture 17, 1946. appear on !:
'' '' 19' 1948, In the above nam barman wiutARlDApdress :
Hampton last week and will occupy ville and Miss Emma Hicks of which has been shown for Davis (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. I, Court and: cause, wherein plain .
Aa Clerk of said Court.T. I.: ", lh1rr
the house formerly resided Plant City have recently visited the past two years in the school Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla seeks divorce..hall publish Bradford this County Order hurst Avenue. I.New' \y

in by Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Touch- their sister Mrs. J. W. Beden- auditorium will now be shown in Atty. for Pit._ 7-19 4t next four weekly lasues. I You are required York I.,',.
ton. Mrs. Underwood, the eldest baugh. Mrs. Bedenbaugh. at this the city hall. Stapling machines Scotch tape IV CinCVIT COI'II'... Witness my hand aad official .d Court 19.and 1946. 1ht a

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. time Is a patient in a Palatka i iI paper punchall types account ("OI'\TY.: FLOItlU.tl I.V : : .al. 1S46.at Starke Florida this July I tiff .a mndeln eats,/ "h,,,
. books, ring binders, and many (.:nY. tiff'.. milt.
e SEAL) A. J. Thomas n8m,
El land of South Hampton will be hospital, and friends wish her a Paul Jean Lechalk, Plaintiff I Bradford lit
other Items at the Bradford Clerk of said Court. /'aunt! Tel
the new school principal.and comes speedy recovery.Mrs. :Margaret Omit Harris Lechalk Frank Landrum Starka Fla. publish this hdt. _p,

highly recommended. A sincere I Jean Warren and daughter. LAWTEYBy County Telegraph. fendant.ORDER: Case OF No.PI'BLICATION 4134. for Pit_ 7-19 H9 weekly Witness I..."my....hand I

welcome and best wishes for a Calvinette of St. Petersburg, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR CIRCIIT: COURT BRADFOHOCOUNTY. at Starke Fb) ,ids erg the,r'
Mr*. Mantle Crews STATE OF FLORIDA to: !\ : 1946.OFFICIAL.
. . 5S5 >OTI('... OF APPI.IC\TIOV aret Oma Harris Lechalk whose FLORIDA IV CHANCKIIY. ;- ( "BEAU'
t ROIL 'r 1 \ UI':.:" dress IH unknown. .. .. 'Cavallarl AR Clerk "f said 'our A.J
Armelllnl I'IRin-
(loose Hill %o. 1WIJ: You are required to appear T. Frank 1.lLndrli '
UNDERSTANDINGthe Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith of NOTICE IS HUHBHY IIIVENthetJ. Monday August 19th, 1946. In .vs.Case Uluseppa No. 4941.Armelllnl, Defen Atty. for 'pif! ""?.'

Jacksonville were the guests of 1' Baxter the holder of the following I abova named 'ourt and ORDER OF PUBLICATION
filed said wherein plaintiff seeks dlv iv ciHcnr
certificates has <
economy of management make up her mother, Mrs. Harmon Manning certificates for a tax deed to be IHHued Bradford County Telegraph 89'N AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR I COt'Y'1.1', Fi.liklllh 4'nler' mp.

. a primary quality of our Service whichis Wednesday of last week. thereon. The certificate number publish this Order In neat STATE''' Armelllnl OF ,FLORIDA whose residence to: Olus-and .c'RR Y. 1\
Issuance, the description weekly iHHuea.Wltnexa D. Hughe*
and of | | .
dedicated to the affairs and needs of Miss Maggie Manning of Jacksonville years of the property and the my hand and official ".".. U: Santa Maria, Revlgo, Dusenherry Hur Pla.ntltr',|( I,

bereavement. spent the weekend here names In which It wa assessed are at Starka. Florida, thlw July You are required to appear on Case No. 413R.
follows 1 .6 OHDEItIF'
with her mother Mrs. Honor as Certificate: No.8 Year of Issuance (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thf> .. 19 1946. In the above named ANDATINOTFI'FUTfhIa Fl-nnr,
Manning. 1944.Description. A a Clerk of said Court. .. and cause wherein plaintiff STEvelyn
"* I.nt 3 John J. .k. divorce. Bradford County Diis.-nl.-rr
of Property: Henderson Eb<| St. : Putt.residence .
Mrs Bertha Stucky and chil of Hlk 12 Ward City Hec. 8, Twp. tine, Florida.Atty shall publish this Order end iilditm, li
dren. Miss Audrey Crews and 7 H. K. 20 E.Name for Plf. 7.19 4t next four weekly Issues.Witness Inlet South ("lLr,' na
: In which assessed: Mm. mv hand and official seal You are
DEWITT C. JONES Buster Crews all of Jacksonville, T. I'. Ward Bet. IV CIRCVIT rOIRT nil. ... Starke. Florida, this July 17, August 111, in4l r"flulr.d(| 'fJ :hb n <,,

AMBULANCE! SERVICE were guests of Mr. and Mrs. All of said property being In the CO NT%(, I'LOHIIIAI IV (,'11 !' Court and onuw when,"
1..1 County of Bradford State of Florida CKIIV.Kunena SEAL) A. J. Thomas seeks dlvi.rn' Hridlui
P. Rafuse Saturday.Mr. Oliver Plaintiff v*. Clerk of said Court. Telegraphhull put.li.b U
Funeral Director and Mrs. L. W. Page and Unless such certificate or certlflcnttM Oliver Defendant. Case No. Frank Landrum, Starke, Fla. In next four weskit ins
shall be redeemed according ORDER OF PUBLICATION1 for Plf. 7-19 4t 8.9 Witness 11I1 hand
son Junior spent the weekend in out
STARKE PHONE TOur to law the property described in AND NOTICE: TO APPEAR seal at flniki pi)"lcjuO'FFICIAL
Key West. such certificate" or certificates will STATK OF FLORIDA to: CIHCI-IT COI'RT, 1IHADFOHI> l6 1948.
be sold to the highest bidder at the Oliver whose residence IH 64 A i
local funeral home enables to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford of '.
us court house door on the. first !Monday :Main Street Glouchester, Mats. ( :R Y. AH Clerk ,.f nil Court
offer conveniences and services not Jacksonville were guests of his In the month of September, You are required to appear Barton Helnmlller Plaintiff T. Frank Landnim, tuck

otherwise available. parents Mr. and Mrs. John Shu- imil, which r, 194*Is the 2nd., day of Septemb September named Court 2nd and 1940 In. the. .. .....Carl No. W.49'i2.OrtniO Helnmlller. Defendant. Atty. for Plf. T.iv .
ford last weekend. Doted this 21ril day of July 1946.OFFICIALAII.U. seeks divorce .. ; OF PUBLICAION1 <'ni<'i .'r r TiiiT, nn
A. J. Thomas Plaintiff AND NOTICE TO APPEAR: coi %'ri, FI.OHIUII,
) n
Miss Johnson Telegraph shall publish
Fronnle has
We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices and returned STATE OF FLORIDA to Carl W. .
Clerk of circuit Court of Bradford Order In next four weekly I....'.... : CKHY.Daniel
accept ANY life Insurance policy in force, Issued by ANY company to her home in Georgia County Florida. 7-29 4t 8.10iN Witness my hand and whose residence Is Pent W. Kelly Plalmll!
following a lengthy visit here with seal' at Starke, Florida, this frulldlng, Washington D. C. ale K. Kelley IXfffndant.
as payment In part or in full on a funeral. Consultation gust. 1, 1946.flWIo'II'IAL You required to appear on
carries her grandmother, Mrs. Carrie : CIRCUIT (CODUT BRtDFOnn SEAL: ) A. J. u t 'l'I In the above nam 4969ORDER
no obligation. OF Pl'BUfA
; IV CIIA Court
/'Or91TY. .ORIU\I And cause wherein plain
Casque. As Clerk of said Court.J. AMJ NOTICE Tl! AP
CKIIY.Mary: seeks divorce.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Gunter of Ml- Budlnl, Plaintiff vs. Anthony S.. Harrison for Plf. Jacksonville 8-3 4t Fla.Alty. "/ shall publish thin County Order .STATE OF KlXllllDA. I IK.
wh' -
Huillnl et..ntLnt. Case Nn. 4944. next four weekly Issuen. Kelly u. ,> d.rWaldo
St, PP \ lilc Hh,
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Witness my hand and official seal.
NOTICR TO APPEAR iv cmrriT coriiT.COI Oil\ Starke, Florida this July 16 You ur rest| tI) iSeptember
8TATB:: OF FLORIDA to: Anthony VTV. Fl.Ollllttl I.V .' : 411, 2n Budlnl, whose residence and addressIH 4-KHY. ( !REAL' ) A. J. Thomas named. Couit mil, a.
C'esanatlco, Province of Furll. Edith Lee Shuler. Plaintiff v*. Clerk of said Court. i plaintiff seeks I6
Italy. It. Shuler, Defendant. lose :.r H. Martin, Jacksonville, Fla. I County T..I"'fI'lIl'h' tinl psOrder
You are required. to appear on 4'MA.! for Plf. 7-19 4t 8-9 In next 'j 1(1)(
August 19 194(1( In the above named ORDER OF PUBLICATION1 Witness in,) hit H,, Kit.
TRACTOR Court and cause wherein plaintiff AND NOTICE TO APPEARSTATE cinri'iT' COIHT.COI RRADFOHD seal at Stark K' id
.>*eks divorce. -Bradford County OF FLORIDA to: II. 'VTV. FLORIUI IV CHAV.CKRY. 31, 1940. HEAL JAM
Shuler whose (OFFICIAL L
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn residence and .
next four weekly. Issues. dress Is: % Elizabeth Parsons. .... Roebuck Plaintiff. v. Clerk if '8hl', .f
official Ire 817 Taylor .. .. John J. Hendi- r 1 Buitine : e
Witness mr hand and Street, Roebuck, Defendant. Case .
seal at Starke, Florida this July South Carolina. 4<<47. ,. Kla.Attv. for: Plf.
17. 1946. You are required to appear ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND I
As Clerk SEAL) A. J. Thomas August 19, 1946 In the above NOTICBTO APPEAR ,
of said Court. Court and cause, wherein STATE OF FLORIDA to: Law.
T. Frank Iandrum, Starke, Fla. parka. divorce. Bradford .. Roebuck whose residence Is
Atty for Plf. 7-19 4t 8-9 Telegraph shall publish this Chrfstsus
-. In i next four weakly !.roar. You are required to appear on
Witness my hand and .. 19, 1946, In the above nam MALARIA
IV: "IR"t'l'r COI'RT, nn 'PFBRPcOI' To
seal. at marks, Florida, this Court and .
'rY.. FI.OIUIIAl IN: CIIA.NCF.HY. : 1 7. 1946.OFFICIAL. }, seeks divorce cause Bradford, wherein County plain: 6.e es'. Ar ONU to n.
( SEAL) A. J. .. Sieve..u..d by sillies
Rosa Fredericks, rial ntlff. Vs.Freeman A. Clerk of said Court. next four shall weekly publish issues.this Order fM Y.......ICY SSAee
OWN J. Fredericks, Defendant. T. Frank ..eulClC1II"AU I '
Case. No. 4906.ORDER Landrum Starke, FI Witness my har1and official
OF PUBLICATION Atty. for Plf. 7-19 4t at Starke Florida this July "yN-U.. ....,A.w.rGN

J. Fredericks, whose. residence and
address. Is: Seneca South Carolina.
'7'7'I. You are. required to appear on
August 26. 1140 In the above named co
I..' hurt and cause, wherein plaintiff rouer1T1'
seeks. divorce Bradford County
Telegraph shall publish this Order
In next four weekly Issues.. .
Witness my hand and official
seal at Mtnrke, Florida, this July
24 1114(1.(
FRE&/ (OFFICIAL !PEAL' ) A. J. Thomas.
As Clerk of said Court.T. '
Frank I.nndrum, Starke, Florida
Atty. for Pit. 7-28 4t 1-18 '

.. IV CinCtIT COfHT. BIltOFOIIIt 1 ,.' ., .
("o" VTV. FLOltlMAI IV (,'II.\ ,< ,
CKRY. < f" ,
John If. Ferguson, Plaintiff vs.
Juanita F. Fletcher Ferguson. De \
fendant. Case No. 4939. .


STATK OF FLORIDA to: Juanlta. ....
F Fletcher Ferguson, whose resi I
Helps you set more work out of your I dence and address Is 2 'V liMon Iii I
Street Greenville 38, South Caro I
tractor, at less costlComplete lina.
You are required to appear on WHILE I
August 19. 1944, In the above named aI
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff
seeks d Ivor".. Bradford County
Telegraph shall publish this Order I MOST
In next four weekly. Issues.
: 60-Page Witness my hand and official I
seal at Starke, Florida, this July \ EVERYTHING-
18. 1946.
.. (OFFICIAL PEAL) A. J. Thomas
AH Clerk of said Court. ,. r
T. Frank Lnndrum, Stark., Fla.
Any for Plf 7-19 4t 8.1 .&
Y-i Guide ELSE
:\Ilrk.... Morlsco Plaintiff VH Louise
Morlsco Defendant. Case No 4941.

: Want to male your It has complete large-scale lubrication diagrams ORDER AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPEAR GOING

tractor last longer (get detailed lubrication charts. Morluro: STATE, whose OF FLORIDA residence to and: Louise address

more out of the fuel )I.: 201 Troy Avenue and Park
you You should have a copy of Gulfs Farm Trac Place Brooklyn. New York. Ill
buy for it? You are required to appear on
tor Guide if your tractor is one of these makes: August 19. 1944 In tha above named .

Then Gulf's FREE Farm Tractor Guide. Court. and cause, wherein plaintiff
get ....k. divorce Bradford Countv
Allls-Chalmers Huber Telegraph shall publish this Order )
This 60-page illustrated book is a complete Baker In next four weekly Imiuea..
International Witness my hand and official peel
manual on tractor operation. Ca. John Deer at 4ltarke. Florida this July 17. ELECTRICRATES

Chock-full of practical Information Caterpillar Massex-Harrlt A. Clerk of said Court.

Cletrac McCormlck T. Frank Landrum Stark., Fla.
Atty. for Plf.
7-19 4t I.t
It tells you how to care for air; cleaner cooling Co-op Mlnneapolls-Mollne
IN rincvir COURT,
system ignition, valves 'power transmission Eagle Ollver-Hart-Parr COCYTY. FLOKIUll Cllt.N.

vital engine parts steering assembly tires, Ford Sliver King e Ruby CENT Lea. Long. Plaintiff ".. J.. W. g g
Lonir. Defendant. Case No.
49gJ. W
battery all of
parts your tractor. Graham-Bradley WallU ORDER OF PUBLICATION
It contains an easy-to-use trouble-shooting STATE OF FLORIDA to- J. W.
your copy of T.nng' w...." raaldanca I. Box (.. Since
guide to tell you quickly what's the matter when Gulf's 60-page, illustrated Farm Tractor Guide Milan You leorcla. 1934 Florida Power & Light Company has reduced as.

your tractor balks or doesn't work properly. at the Gulf Station. Drop by today! August 36 are. 194 required. In the to above appear named on the average rate for Sunshine Service in the home more

Court and cause, wherein plaintiff thon 50 percent. And the
t trq ..e..k. divorce. Bradford County Company's new $2 ,OOO.OOO

Telegraph hall publish this Order expansion program assures plenty of this
In next four weekly Imueii. cheap electricity

GULF OIL PRODUCTSFreeman ILt Wlineii.Stark.'mr Florldll hand and lhl July aeal U. to molt. home life easier to aid in attracting new

1914.! enterprises, new payrolls to help build a bigger, better
Thomas, and
". Clerk of eald Court. more profitable State in which to work and live.PAQII .

Register, DistributorS. Zech H. PViugiaa. Qalnenvllla. Fla. ...
Atty. for Plf. 1.U
__ 4t 1I.lt|
Thompson & South Streets Starke, Fla. VOTICK Or STOCKHOLDER!

Notice la MKKTINO hereby. 1+111911 iICit t.JJJJY

Phone 155 Sp."lal ;Meeting c th. "tnckholdar"of
the Florida. Bank at Starka will
b" held! on the ?*'h day of August.
1141. at 10'SO: o'clock In the For.
noon In Ih. office of bank In -14
Starka. Florida The purpose of
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0. 1946 ,.J i itl'GEST
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the Club Room -- --
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.te Bryan Wbltfielll are Mr.urged and Mrs.to attend.R. A. Wells, Mrs K1i Church & School Guide H

. . han Isabel of Edwards Jacksonville and were John supper Mynl- Sunday II

t Trip No. 104. spon- guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wal-
ut TrooP lace Wednesday Mary Wells ,.
re- .
the Raiford Baptist turned home with her - -- -- --- -_ __ .h .n _._ __ _______. .
parents at -
an enjoyable trip that time.
hen they vlsl ted the A1 Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kite of Presbyterian I ALL CHURCHES IN BRADFORD COUNTY ARE INVITED TO PLACE THEIR Laymen to Lead ,

rm at St. Augustine at MarLing Starke were dinner guests of Dr. Sunday School ANNOUNCEMENTS: AND NEWS ON THIS PAGE. HOWEVER. TO INSURE Services Tonight :

arlne Studios and Mrs. R. P. Stubbins at noon Showing ProgressDr. INSERTION ON THIS PAGE ('OI'YlUST: HE IN OUR OFFICE NOT LATER

Scouts made the Sunday. In the afternoon Dr. and THAN TUESDAY MORNING OF EACH WEEK. At TabernacleThe
Mrs. Stubbtns and their Frank J.
daughter Bryson,
of R. B. supply
services at the Tabernaclehave
the guidance H. Mary Rivers, and their visitors pastor of the First Presbyterian I j
scoutmaster Scoutmas-, and visited Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mur- Church, will preach Sunday morn- been well attended despitethe

Srl 3 as'tstant Jack Kelly, phree at KIngsley Lake. Mary ing at 11 o'clock a.m. on the rainy weather.

Harvey. Sapp, Rivers remained as the overnight theme "Am I My Brother's Keeper The Bible Study Tuesday evenIng -
f.",d] in. Leonard and Sullivan guest of Mary Kay Murphree.Mr. ?" The sermon will\ be a frank Is creating much attentionand
Quenton and Mrs. E. G. Land, visit- discussion of the meaning of i
L.j \vm. Oscar Engram relatives "Now let's learn comment. The lessons are on
ed In
: Mayo for several brotherhood which is so agitating ,
L'and, Lavern Spooner, days last week. the tho subject of rightly dividing the
world at this moment. la it 'I *
Green the Golden Text.
John ,
pritchett, I Word of Truth.
Mr and Mrs. R. H. Cox: had as possible to love our fellowmanand
and John ,
k David Caion Spankyas visitors Monday night and Tuesday live according to the teaching dt I Saturday evening three more

aster end young, Mr. and Mrs. James Burck- of Christ Come and hear I I young people recited their Bible
Mascot hartt of Orlando Mrs. Robert the meditation.The memory verses and are entitled to

L ended,] Monday for the Yates of Homestead and Mrs Sunday School, under the S ;I I certificates. They were Miss Edna

n who attend Union Varena Cox of Montverde.Mr. direction of Mrs. Jeanette Young 1 a I Noegel, Elmer Thomas, and Edward -
and Mrs. Dave Thorntonand U Parker
,heels progressing nicely. New scholars r ,
,. Roberts returned son, Dewey spent several are being enrolled almost s'- A P I Elmer Johns lej the Youth

fcv I ? last week from St. days last week with relatives in every Sunday. A number of children -_ 4 Meeting Saturday evening with

where she was called i Orlando. and adults from the lake resorts -' about 25 young people taking
2 account of the death |I Margaret Lucille Thornton and 1 have almost filled tile Sun part The lender i next Saturday

[lomobile n accident of her ,, Shery Rhoden of Jacksonville are day School chapel through the will be Miss Isabella Purker.

Gasklns. Sym-I visiting their relatives Mr. and month of July. The Way, Truth, and Life Club
extended Eugene to Mrs. Rob- Mrs. E. A. Stafford and Mr. antI The church Is preparing for its meet Wednesday afternoon at 3 I

Mrs. Dave Thornton. quarterly Communion Service I DAILY BIBLE PASSAGES X13 o'clock In the Chapel and therhllJrcn
when new members will be publicly ( and
,r Mr and Mrs. C. FOR FAMILY WORSHIP young peoplo are to
In know- I- received into the church. have opportunity of. reading many
v arc interested Members of the Ladles Auxiliary Div TOOK fHAPTE5Sun. good books
through this channel.
tell of New RiverBy
recent reports
have recently made! some Roml" 5, 6 The regular
In Mrs. parney'lIo I Friday ser
1 needed improvements to the Mon. Romln' 7. 8 vice at The Gospel Tabernaclewill
Mr and Mrs. Parney The School
manse. I Two Ro",.", 27.10.21 be conducted by The StarkeLaymen's
Durham. N. C. last entered Sat- . . . .1 Come and hear our augmented W.d. Ro"'In, II Evangelistic: Club under ,

ere Mrs. Parney Lit- The Rev. Truby Parrish of Santa Young Choir under the direction Th",. \Remiss" 12,13 the supervision, of Brother Virgil

partney"vita' as remained a patient.at Pis- I Fe filled his regular appointment of Mrs. E. E. Lansing. Mrs. E. M. I M. \\to",.", 14:1.15IJ: Owen as Group Captain. An Inspirational .

jemy in Chandler, N. at the Baptist Church Sun Davis, organist. S... Ro",.... 15:14.33 program I Is planned.
day morning. Everyone Is Invited to attend.

I Mr. and Mrs. Mac McCormick Rev. Ralph Rivers
UcRae and his slaters and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ward of last !MOST ( tnTF.'r.UI'IE
The Saturday evening
etty an" Cecile McRae, I Jacksonville attended church: services To Fill PulpitAt thing IN TilE mULE
osli theirvisitors,
here Sunday. Methodist ChurchThe Over the centuries that the
rthlng and James Mc-,I Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Cowan and School Lesson Bible has been In circulation all
f Boone. N. C., were din- ,' children of St. Petersburg and Mr. Rev. Ralph Rivers of Waldo is the Sunday or parts of It have been translated -

:s of Mr. and Mrs. J. I I and Mrs. Henry Turner of Jacksonville will be the guest speaker at the Into l,0i): different dialects

er at noon Thursday. I were weekend guests of First Methodist Church Sunday each evening the and languages/ The book of John
Rae remained here for a i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tomlinson. morning at the 11 o'clock hour. I From the day you first see your baby your Saturday written by one of the Apostles,

h his grandparents. I I Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews He Is a forceful young speaker' until the hour he or she leaves for college Sunday School Lanon of the following day. Is one of the three books that has

eorge Manasna and chlld- 1 I and daughter, Mary L., attendedthe and is sure to bring a worthwhile' position from home you may, if Now, today, while they are children, is the been most translated. The 16th
ned to their home in funeral of A. Strickland In message. This being the fourth i i or a away verse of the third chapter, "For
Georgia Tuesday. They i Lake Butler Sunday afternoon. phase of' the Crusade for Christ you with, teach him or her all of the great time to prove to them that religion Is the God so loved the world that Ha

ken to Atlanta by Mr. I. Mr. and. Mrs. Joe Moody and program the guest pastor will\ truths found in The Scriptures. And you may most important thing in their lives. Have Ills only begotten Son that
\V G. Strlngfellow who I children spent Sunday with Mr. will deliver a sermon related lot I "' whosoever believeth In Him should

Sir. and Mrs. Manassar and Mrs. Ben Renfroe of Johns- "Stewardship". do this in such a way that unpleasant outside After have been said, so arrangeyour not perish but have everlasting

several days. | town. At the 8 o'clock service, V. E. influence will have very little affect on his prayer life," Is today the most quoted

id Mrs. VV O. Engram and I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tomlinson Lowe president of the Alachua or her own conduct. own duties' that you may accompany verse In the entire Bible.

and Mr. and Mrs G. E. '. were shopping in Gainesville last County Union of the Gainesville them to Sunday School. And don't forget

rd family enjoyed an out- Friday. District, will be guest speaker. EVERY PRESIDENT TAKES
and It raquiraj only half hour to review with to have Father go with you and them. TUB SAME
Hampton Lake Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hodge I He has had four years of service OATH

I children spent Sunday in Lake overseas, and has dedicated his The oath that every Presidentof

id Mrs. Cliff Prevatt of City with Mr. and Mrs\ I. R. life to the Lord. "The American Church and Sunday School are the the United States takes on the
II were visitors of. Mr. Wood. The Youth Fellowship will meet centers of good In all the world" Holy Bible Is no meaningless tra-
James R. Walker Thurs-I Mrs. Arch Thomas of Starke Sunday evening at 6:49: and every greatest dltlon. It U administered by the

ut week.! I spent Saturday afternoon with young person\ urged to be pres Chief Justice of the United States.

id Mrs W. E. Malone Of Mrs. M. L. Johns and family.Mr. ent. ,. Tha founding fathers ware guided
iy were Sunday guestsand and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp of -- by this Book In shaping the new

Mrs. Lynwood Watts. Gainesville spent! the weekend ONE OUT OF EVERY THREE DIRECTORY republic. Both the Declaration of

n Bradley has been visit- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. HAS A BIBLE NAME CHURCH Independence and the constitution

:Ives in Jacksonville fort A. Sapp. Today one out of every three -------. --- -.. -- .- -- -.- ._ u __ _ derive strength from this
t ten days.been I Those who are Interested In the boys and girls is given a name I source of eternal wisdom and Jus
g discharged from Church of God at Brooker are Invited taken from the Bible. Ruth and tic.

yon July 27, J. N. Cauthved to hear the Evangelist Girls Jacob, Samuel and John. Eliza- Mt. at Jackson BAPTIST CHURCH
Thursday to be with of Tennessee, who will begin re- beth and David Paul and Naomi, Rev. Frank J. IJrywn Supply Church School 10 A. M. Rev. W. (J. Show, PaHtorFannlA A PKAYEK

'her-ln-law and slster.Mr. vival services Tuesday night. and hundreds of others trace Pastor M. Morn. Prayer A Mention II A. M. HllcoM, Hun School Hupt.Ix .. "Our Father, May our hands be

>.. M. C Roberts. Other Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Cowen, Mr. their "word ancestors" to the Sunday School -__ 9:4.1 11 A.A. M. (Holy Communion I"t Sunday) .ul WalnwrlKht., IITU IMr,, cleansed by Thy divine touch and
of 1 Mr. and Mrs. Robertswere and Mrs. M. L. Johns and children Bible. As in ages post modern Morning Worship Litany 'ft Intercession made swift to respond to human
the LadIc'II Auxiliary, 2nd & 4tli Turn.IIOATDIIAI.Y ....______ SO P. M. Services Every: HundayHiindny
Mr. and Mrs. Mer-. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crews mothers and fathers look to Friday 71 School" .__ lOA. M,. need. We pray In tho name of
Mr. and Mrs. De- Bible for guidance in many mat. Holy hays, 10 A. M., Holy Com Him" whose hands were
them children, pierced
and baby of Galnes-' and BAPTIST C1H:KCII Preaching .___-__ II A. M,.
d Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Wll- Witt Raulerson, George Johns and ters. Including the selection of ((3 1-2 mile southeast of Starke) munion. fur and II.T.IT. _,.,.--- .___. 6:45: P. M. for our sake" Anon.
I enjoyed swimming for their children. Every iliurrh open dally prayer
fLulu. Delores Hodges names
Rev C. t*. Harris, Pallor Preaching 7:4.1: : p.m.
of the rent. I
Jacqueline Woodward ol at Sampson Lake Sunday day we live some part I
Services every Sunday &* follows for Prayer Meeting each We, arrived Sunday to spendsUon afternoon. Bible affects us, whether we knowIt Service Center open dally recreation.

with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward and or not.BIBLE. Sunday! School 10 A. M. Episcopal Church

d Mrs. J. W. Woodward. children spent Sunday with Mr. __ 11 .%. M.
Worship '
Mm. Bard of Pal-. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp.
Gale B.T.IT. ._ 1 P. M.
Itov. J. L. Norris, Pastor God know the secret plan ol f t
Mrs. _
80 visited Mr. and Mrs,.. We welcome Mr. and Church School 10 A. M.
8 P.
who moved to No other book reaches such a Evening Worship J. E. Wall. Jr., S. M. Supt. the thing Ha will do for th I
and Sunday, and they were, Moody and family ) annual circulation as the Prayer Service each Tuesday, 8 Sunday School ________ 10 A. M. world using my hand. Morning Prayer and
Butler place
the large
tnied by their little daugh- their home P. 31.Cottage. ______ 11 A. M. Sermon
The other book readin Mtnlng Worship 11 A. M.
week. is
last Bible, nor any I
aron who remained here from I Prayer Meeting each .... __ _
Mon. Last Young .ple.. Meet 7 P. M. ..
school year
jesday when Mrs. Wood three children entered so many SPONSORSOf
8 P. M.
Bible Society dis- Thursday Evening Service _.u__ 8 P. M.Prayer .
'd Mrs Woodward went t day morning. the American __ C'hiiM'h open dally for prayer
Service Wed. 8 P. M.
five and half The Church PageTip .
Johnnie Andrews tributed more than a soil rest .Ptarvlra.
and !Mrs. Gale at their) Mr. and Mrs. GO$I'tL: TABERNACLE, open'
of Lake Butler million copies of Scriptures in this '- dally fur recn-atlon.
Iu tine Beach home for and chclldren HTAItKE PINE LEVEL: : BAPTIST
days. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs country alone. In 73 different languages Mr. '& Mm. J. T. Quigley, Spwnnor Rev "'. K. hall Pastor Top Super Market

wd :'[rs. J. G. Caldwell 1t I; H. L. Johns. Morning Worship ??__- II A. M. Monday School ___ __ 10 A. M. Alvarez Store .
aughtera spent the past: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ward and mine School --- S I". M. Morning U'ornhlp ______ 11 A. M. Hollywood Camera

j with Mr. and Mrs. Jiretl .. Mrs. E. A. Sapp spent Sunday afternoon Evening Service -.__ 7:13 P. M. Hong Mercer ________ 1 P. M. & aft Shop Lawtey

l in Ocala. | In Jacksonville visiting First Christian Evangelistic Brotherhood Evening Worship ___ _____ 8 P. M. II. C. Wall Agency Baptist Church
wing his recent discharge I i friends. Monday ______-__ 7:30 P. M. Teacher Mnetlng. Bible Ht'I.lyMonday

1e Navy Jimmie Bradlej, Mrs. Evert Lane and baby,, Church BlblA. Study Tu",". ____ 7:43: P. M.Children's ______________ B. P. M.. Carpenter'sCocaCola SchooH-
Co. Sunday A. M.
home Bottling
home Tuesday. During Joan returned Bible Hour :MM-Week Prayer MeetlnicWednetwlay
st week he spent several l i St. Petersburg after spending sew- YOU Wednesday --- 3 P.1.: __--on 8 P. M. Leila'H Service 11 A. M., 8 I*. M.

Mr. and Mrs. M. F. eral days with her mother Mrs. INVITES Ladies Prayer Meeting Koch Drug Store Wednesday 8 p. m.

''. at Santa Fe Lake, Fronnie Moody. Thursday __-___- S P. M. FIRST METHODIST HTARKB Tyus Dry GoodsDrijCKertt MId-Wrek Prayer Service
gone there Sunday wit:I[ Mr and Mrs. C. E. Andrew!I E>s>ngi-ll..tlc Service Walnut'A Jefferson Hta + Furniture Co.

rents. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. made a business trip to AlachuaI Services Each Sunday Friday 1U I". :-M Rev. "'. J. Churehwrll, Factor KobbinH' A Cordial-Welcome

J who spent the day. I Saturday afternoon. Inspirational Youth Meet Church School ________ 10 A. M. Hart Furniture Co.
wd member of the FFA, 7:43 P. M.Gummunkm __ ___ 11 A. M.
Mrs. James R. Parkei.ghters Pete Sapp, 11:00 A. M. Saturday -- M rnlnc Worship Florida Bank at Starke Extended to All
were guests of rel. enjoyed last Friday with other I every first Sunday Youth Fellowship __u_ 7 P. M. Mike Maruca

>In Tampa last weekend. boys at Camp O'Leno. moralsg.f Kvenlng: Worship I P. M.
and Johns has been It Praise Her leaWodneiMUy ,
Mrs. J. H. Hundle]' Mrs. Pledger Prayer '
anted their recent guests, with her forkthe Albert fewnndaya ? .___.... 8 P. M. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

;*''e Hundley and Mrs. Band Midway, past ; GOSPEL TABERNACLEAttend Woman' Society
Conner 1 fai .____ SSO P. M.
man children as. fai"onvllle At this writing ; ht Tuesday Starke Florida
\ on their retun rI i seriously Ill In the'.Lake City hos- HRILKRON.'V BAPTIST

d their| Carolina bomes Sun pltal.I F. VV.ggln. Rev O. K. CuUhaw, Pastor I Itev. Frank J. Hrynon Supply Pantor'
had and Mrs.
Mr. f
supper there. ,
Pinholster! Service every 2nd and 4th Hun-
rg the weekend Mr. anc I I and Mrs. Rosa day. __ 11 a.m. and 8:15 p.m.
1 afternoon Meeting"Every
R. P. Sunday "Young People's
McLendon had ai Brooker spent School Sunday _
.fr.! with Mr. and Mrs Sunday every SERMON; TOPIC FOR SUNDAY
and In Alachua
Mrs. Me
Rudy 10 a.m.; B.T.U. 7:13 p-m.
Of Gainesville\ and Mr. anc I Bryan Lynn and family.r Saturday, 7:45 P. M. .
.oDald Blanche Brown and sister. F..Pr'II.JfJIfI. 11:00 A. M. "Am I My Brother Ket'per'l"IUSIC
Stalvey and son o; Mrs.
( Miss Mamie Jo Warren Saturday were Good for Young and Old IJEDAN BAPTIST! CHURCH I1Y Tilt CIIOIK

1I0dE1I Treadwell of Mt. shopping in Gainesville Brouker, t,..
and Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Several of our girls and tobacc boYII I Rev C. A. Crosby, Pastor

2r. ot Keystone Height have recently visited the ar !Sunday s..I.---------. 3 P. M.

;'might. guests of Mr. an<(I auction in Lake City. They foi Preaching ___ _-______ P. M. PINE LEVEL BAPTIST CHURCH
1 M. proud of the returns FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Bradley on separat I very thE PrayrraMreting: each Thursday
DI and dUring last week. I having worked so hard during Starke Florida 8SO P. M. Kev. W. };. hall Pastor
Mrs. R. w. Brannei 1 year.
and> Sirs Bryan Whit_ Mss Rosa McGinn of week- The Friendly Church Rev W. J. ChurclmHI. Pa-tor FIRST CHRISTIAN CHCRCIIChrbtlan
."w is spending several e \ A Call Street
e frlenda supper guests of ref cola sister, ]. ". E. L. Kellj Bible School -. ___ ___ 10 A. M.Preaching. .
f and relatives li, with her
n11ie l Saturday. At tha t and family Guest Speaker Sunday 11 A. M. Zml! A 4th Sunday The "Little" Church: That la Doing
11.55 Pauline Brannen re Jofr and )[rs. C. E. Andrew Waldo M. E. ChurchGuest _-11 A.H.ASP.31. "HI*" Things
w her home -I_ I 'a working Tuesday to raiSE Rev. Ralph Rivers Mid-Week Prayer ServiceWednesday ,
having con gave
her I Their old one war 8 P. M.
I e. vacation work In Jack_( a tobacco barn.by tire about a monUi Speaker Sunday 8 I' M. Woman'. Missionary l Council COME HELP US IIUILD A CiKEATEU KINGDOM

8tatt destroyed crowd attended am]1t bu lneM _UnlC at church FOIl THE LOUD
Farm A large AUchua County Layman
u ladles have ac-i ago. dinner was a1 ,'. E. Lowe Prominent l.t and S rd Tbunday ,- 8 P.

a community projec bountiful east H.I I -- .- ,.
.hade -
I of Infants' garment l noon under the.,



.& DO' __
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I 11111Su111vsn, whose '
he held Katie .
election to -
4 Ing the brief business session it ANT NOTIOUJ TO APPEAR hereby call an In the aforesaid address In ", Clarence Hill Box ----
WCTU Met Friday STATIC Of FLORIDA to Grace town ebyltthe Hall voter on 46, Route 3, Went' Denton Maryland
was voted to fine all members K. lurch, whose residence l> un- qualified or, % Mrs Stella Locates,
far the
1946. W
SvwStxvimg A Full With Mrs. JohnsonThe who fall to wear their white rib- known.You are required to appear on Tuesday purpose of September electing 10.the following 101 Oak Street, Laurel, Delaware .C T.

bon bows to the meetings. September 9, 1W48. In the above num9fl officer: You are required to appear onSeptember
Line of Regular Dinera. Laura H. Scott Union Refreshments of cookies and court and cause wherein plaintiff I IKeeks Three d rll nDradrorl 0, lU48 In the above named
HealthCllnlu ,
divorce. Bradford County Donating I to Court and cause wherein plaintiff Banish the
WCTU met last Friday afternoonat fruit punch were served by the Telfuraph shall publish this Order seeks divorce. Bradford County entire liquor
Shaft Orders and I shall publish thus
Telegraph l OrderIn
for the
and the meeting was In next four weekly IHHIIDM. United
the home of Mrs. W. N. Johnson official seal AoallmtInKpettoiH next four weekly Issues.Witness Sta
Sandwiches I on Laura St.. The living room closed with prayer by Mrs. Noble at Witness Htarko, my Florida hand, and thin August 7,, of laid election: J. J.. ,, my hand and official every saloon, every :
Scott Invited mini-Hun" Deiiiorext D. A. Heal at Starke, Florida this August b""IrJ!
White. Mrs. W. A. IU46. Jt'IF. the nation :
I and dining room were decorated J. Thomas Montlelh., Wainwright, and I Still
for thAugust .OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. 7, 1946. suddenly'!
A Clean Quiet the members to her home V Clerk: of cold Court. T. M. WllllumH. self n..
with bowls and vases of brlghthued (OFFICIAL SEAL) A..r. Thomas amazed at lie
meeting. fly Lucille C. Conner D. C. In testimony whereof. I Bald
of Court
Place To Eat I zinnias and marigold/ .t. C. Durrance, JackHonvillf: Fla. subscribe my name and cause the I' As lly Lucille Clerk C. Conner D. C startled at the erndrlltJ
The meeting was called to order Atty. for Pit. 8-9 4t 8-30 neat of the town to be hereunto, T. Frank L"nllrum, Starke: Fla. labor Inl'l't'a8e III
CARD OF THANKSWe affixed, this the 7th day of August supply
by Mrs. Johnson, who presided : A tty. for Plf. S-9 4t 8-30
I ifinriir. COURT. nit'UFOIIO A. D. 1949.OFFICIAL.
I over the business session In the wish to express our thanks (OI'VI-V. FLOItllttl IM (II.t'M- CHARLES A. DAnny, -- General John J.
IXIE O. ('ER: Y. ( SEAL: ) Mayor. iv: CIRCUIT roiTtiT. nRADFORD yrryldh&
absence of the president, Mrx. and appreciation to o u r many James U CurnvllouH, Plulnllff. vx. ATTEST: rol'VTY.' FLORIDA| IN CHAN.: -TheDONUTS:
''Jo. Stanabury, and the vice president friends for the kindness and help Anna Kelmo Curnelloux. Defendant Carl John, City Clerk 8-J 6t 0.8Iv CKHY.Kdmondo. I'all'lIaI I

I Mrs. Jennie Thornquent' shown us during/ the illness and Case No. 4992OHMKR PtTBLICWTIOV:- Olombl Plaintiff, vs -- -
/J CAFE. CIMCI'IT COgn'r. Hit 4EFORD Isldo Mandelll! Olombl, Defendant. -
: both( of whom are vacationing. death of our husband and father,, AND NOTICB.' TO APPEAR Anna <'01 STY. KLOKIM4IMarKUer'lte I'll CILAVCERY. Case No. 4900.ORDER .
The,devotional was led by Miss
and also for the beautiful flora: Kelmn CornellouH whose re"I".n'eIe OF PUBLICATION
702TEMPI.K: I Florence Wood and Miss Susan 1M4 North Peach !Street Philadelphia hall Pardee., Plaintiff.vs. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR .
offerings. Lee U. Pardee Defendant. Case STATE OK FLORIDA to Icicle
: Roils
A VI'':. Wallace played the piano accompaniment Mersereau Pennwylvanla 49111. !
-Mrs. T. A. r...u are required to appear on No. Bandelll Glombl, whose residence PIES
for group singing Dur- and children. Keptemher' 9, 1941)) In the abu.e nani.-ilJoiirt ORDER OP PUBLICATION' and address IH Via Tlilane, VeclllloNo. & CAKES
and cause, wherein plaintiff AND NOTICE 1'0 APPEARSTATE I-rf-e B. 4, TrleHte, Italy None
seeks divorce. Bradfurd Count You required to are better
whose residence. anti address are appear on
W. M. Wainwright and son, Billy Telegraph' shall publish this ordfi I'ardee. la Short Beach, Connecticut. September 9, 1948 In the above named -
In four weekly Issues.Ar'tnesa ,
next Court and cause wherein plain' ttanLappe
returned this week to their You required to appear onSeptember
mv hand and official seal are .
tiff seeks divorce Bradford
home in Tallahassee after spending at Htarke! Florida; this August H. 9, 11146 In theabuv. named Telegraph shall publish this County Order
wherein plaintiff
R' A D I OS week at Lake and 1940. court and cause Bradford County'I.I"l4'r..pll In next four weekly lssu>s.
a Klngsley (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas, socks divorce I
Hhall puhllHh this OrderIn Witness my hand and official seal Bakery
visiting' Mr. Walnwrlght's parents, An Clerk of said Court
Hv I.uclllB C. Conner U ClharleM next four weekly Issues. at Starke, Florida, thus August 8,
Mr. and Mrs N. D. Wainwright.,. It. liens, ;Jackaonvllle, Fin Witness mv hand and official seal 194A.OFFICIAL.
FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY -- Atty. for Plf. 8-9 4t 8-30 at Starke Florida, this August 8, ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas makes
.. III 40. As Clerk of said' Court.
--- T Mrs. 1C. A. NewBome spent.last icuiriir en i-HT. nn i>Foiin (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Hy Lucille C. Conner f> C. CAKES M.\DKTOOKDtjANNOUNCING:

RCA 53 complete with btry. & aerial __ 48.50 weekend In Lakeland visiting her (IKHV.Fl'irenve 0"\1'\. FLOIIIU\I IN C11.1N: AM By Clerk Lucille of C.Maid Conner Court, n. C. T Atty.. Frank for I'lf.o 1..ndrum. Mtarke 8-9, Fla.4t S-30 I

RCA-6IF3.: complete: with btry. & aerial ..___ '43.50 sister Mrs R. E. Mathews, who Newman Hothfurb, Plaintiff T. Frnnk T.andrum, Starke:: Fla. ,
la 111 In the hospital there. VM Maurice Itothfaib. Defendant. Atty. for Plf. H-l I 4t 8-30 _______ ___ -
Admiral Farm Set complete with btry. & aerial 17.50 ('...... N,.. 41HHOHDKK I m --
iv <'nITI'r'IIT.. BHI>POIII: OF.* PUHL.1CATIO.V IV: ('IIK'I'IT (COIIir till.tnFOlinOIM'V
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR (' Fl.Il1D.tl| IN tlllNLula' -
Send for our list of other available .,'01v. rv. FI.O'UU". IN in\\ H'lATM' OF 1"I..on\. : Mttlirlt-e 4'1:10 A'.
:11 V.
Paul'W. Lowe Plaintiff v*. Elea-: Itot hrot"h." whose residence l and ad- K. Harley Plaintiff VB Mike
Farm, Home and Auto Radios nore K. [.owe, Defendant Cane No. dr *MM Antwerp, ItilNrlunn Harley, ....r n..ant.. fane f"i 49U.
You are required to appear onSeptember ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND The
\I'tHI! Opening Of
: OF PUBLICATION 8, lllltf, In the above named NOTICE TO APPEAR The
NOTIONAL( RADIO SERVICE AND cmnrcn NOTICE TO APPEAR Court and cause, wh,>reln plaintiff STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mike
STATi OF FLORIDA: to: 1 1"- seeks divorce. Mimlford ('m"lvT..lfOgratph Harley whose residence and address -
nore K. Lowe whose .residence chap puhllnh this OrderIn IH OrangreburBT. South Caro-
Jacksonville 2321 47th Street ,<(<':undan, N. J. next four weekly I 1.HUCRWltnen linaYou
1409 Miami ltd. 7 Fla. mv hand and official seal I
You are required to appear on are required to appear onSeptember Humpty Duntpt
September 9, 194B. III the above named nt Htaike/ Florida, thin AuKUHt 7, I D, 1946 In the above named -

flail Orders Accepted* *" Send 20 .percent with COD Court seeks. and divorce.cause,Bradford wherein CountyTeleirrsiiti plaintiff (19411.OFFICIAL. SEAL) A J. Thomas, Court week and divorce.cause Bradford, wherein County plaintiff ]

shall publish thin. Order As Clerk of said Courtlly Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn
In next four weekly iHMuen. Lucille C. Conner n. C. next four weekly Indues. Opposite The Park Theatre
T Frank I.andrum'Stark.'. Florida
Witness my hand and official ...101 Witness my hand and official
at Starkv, Florida, this August 7, Atty. for lit. 8-9 4t 8-30 Heal at Htarke, Florida thin August -
7, 1946OFFICIAL .
I'll ('inn'I'r ,-o"R'r. IJR ul"onIJ SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
All Clerk of mi Id Court. <"OI''I'\' KI.OUIII' I" 'IItA-I.I AH Clerk of mild Court. Cleanest Lunch Room In
I7y Lucille Conner, I>. C. fKIIV. fly Lucille C. Conner, D. C. Town
Catherine Barrlneau Gay
1lT'NO'TI'CE .r. C Hurranc-e. JackHonvllle, Fla. T. Frank [,Lnndrum Stark., Fla.
.\lIy fur Pit 8-9 4t 8-30 VM. Eugene. Jay Ivfentlant Cane A tty, for Plf. 8-9 4t 8-30
No 4'IH'IOIIDICfl! !
OF PI'IILICATIO' iv ('lItr"IT0..'11 T. IIH\I>FOIIIJ Featuring Tempting Plate lundies
OIIIT, mt'i>roiu>
"'01'-\''|'Y.OItll> \l IN 1IIA.NKHV. STATE OF "'U.ltll'10: Mr. III: Y.
(' FujC..neJay; whose residence and Norris Hulllvan, Plalntlrf. V". Katie
Defendant Cane No.
Due to'the necessity of having to (Jtace I n. Burch, Defendant. Case South Carolina, or, i! :Mrs 4987.! Sullivan Under the Management of C. W. Colso
No. 41IHI Allen Pltj, Wilson, North Carolina ORDER OF PUBLICATION
ORDER OF PUBLICATION You are required to appear onHeptemhcr AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
dean our cold storage room for the 9, 1946 In the.ahove named STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mm.HOWDY .
Court and cause wherein plaintiff

fall business, we will be unable to seeks Telegraph divorce.shall publish Bradford this.County OrderIn
next four weekly lass' .,. New Dresses
Witness my hand and official seal
take any more fresh meat for cold HavingA at 1940 Mtarkf.. Florida, this August 7, ,

OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas R''v l tr /
after August 10 1946. Wedding Soon? As. Clerk of said Court.
storage Hy Lucille C Conner. D C.
T. Frank LAHdrum Starke, Fffi.Atty Shoes

It will be appreciated if anyone having for Plf. 8-9 4t 8-SO

m eaLn cold storage will please '
Have the Pictures Annie I.ee Sweat man. Plaintiff vs. t

7 Louis Hweatman. Defendant. Case FOLKS: Lilt to the
cafl No. 4179ORDER
Made by OF PUBLICATIONANI farmer's lament: I

T. Osborne atman, .whose residence Is un tall.. I

,Ice CompanySTARKE WRITE ROC 423 September known.\Tou are 9.required 11MH.. In the. to above appear named on But The chickens a gol-durned.perch on cow's props so'J'I 9.50 Now 5.85

Court and cause wherein plain. 7 I
OR CALL AT tiff seeks divorce. e..adtord County ornery
; FLORIDA She don't where she
IICXH Ell BROS. STUDIO I Telegraph shall publish this order care
In next four weekly issues
Witness niv hi-nd.and official seal i flop I .
at Starke, Florida thin August 5,
1946. And when a girl haspractically -,
- (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas nothing on her mind she'llthinking
As Clerk of Aid Court.
Hy Lucille ('. rnnnmr, r>. C.H. of a bathing ault. I WOMEN'S PLAY SHOES
O. Drown Stark?, Fla.
Atty. fr Plt. 8-9 4t 830NOTICK Then there's the teacher In
Clothingand OF ELECTION I the zoology
I. Charles A. n..rhy. Mayor of "Now Tommy name a dangerous I Size 4 to 9 1.50
Stark. Florida. by virtue of the -
animal with horns.
authority vested In me by law, doCarpenter's

ShoesFOR 1'j Tommy: "An auto". I

We don't agree with Tommyon

GET THESPEEDY that one, because when we I Nick's Hous

SURE get through gassing oiling and I Bargain

lubricating your car. It runs I

lot easier and safer. Our super-'
The Entire F
aDlilyEvery' service Is available anytime. I NORTH ON ROAD 13

Expert Bicycle Washing Polishing

day is bargain day RepairWhether 1 l t Greasing

It's a major opera.lion Temple & Lake I II

at' the *: * a bolt or you the mere can be tightening sure your of I Service Station !

\ bicycle will receive prompt and Drug Store Phone! 179 i fi
careful attention here. -


BICYCLE STORE Free Pencils to Students !

213 ..:. Call St. Starke


The opening of school will be here before

LET'S GOSKATING you know it, so ive are offering FREE

New Goods!' Goods store PENCILS and register.to all students who call at our 4'.

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Hammocks 7:65 Open Nightly Except Fountain Pens for the Student

Monday 7 to 10:30 P. M.

Steel Hammock Stands 8.50

Friday Saturday and WE'RE TOPS

Sunday 2 to 5 P. M. Also

Tarpaulins, 12 oz. Very Heavy WITH THE MEN, TOO


TO u;s. COVERNMENT' SPECIFICATIONS ": Men who are particular consider us tope
..... ----,
IOx14 13.80, 10x12 11.95 FLOORNew shirt laundering. We aim to please even the m Ot

j'u s t
fastidious men's shirts more than '
7.xl7.35\ so we give

ordinary laundering. We return shirts t -<,spot

Strawberry Hoe 1.00 'to 1.25 Shoe Skates All Nationally Advertised Makes lessly-Immaculately cIean-etarched just right-

For Rent and Sale and Prices con
and perfectly ironed. Just try us-you'll

20 GaL. Galv.. 'Garbage Cans 3.50U. vinced.

S. Heavy 24 Gal. Garbage Cans 8.75 SHARPLESSROLLER Harley F. StrongCamp


handing Jeweler
Since 1911

tireen Cove Springs Starke Fla.
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