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 30, 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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f- HS> Starts Monday 9 A.M. ;

New' Members
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T rJOIlIl.\I'? thA1'- NOTICB Or ILCCTION | lbs Collection of Taxes, by Amending I fit The Legislature shall at the Legislative -
WHEREAS The LegliUture ot IBiB. Sections 11 and 11 of Article VIII of tile' Session ot 1IM7. end from time ta .
Plaintiff **. Beulah tInder the Constitution ot tHIS ol the Constitution of the State ot Florida as tints thereafter enact lawa specIfyIng: .
I, f'iOee No. R004. EtuU of riorlds. U4 psu I Joint Rein.lutlons Adapted at Election of November the Powers* 'un"' ."" .. duties and com.
:ndltnt PUBLICATION proposing amendments to the .r.rI.n Amendment to Provide ,pensatinn of County Tag Collector deslg First Grade Pupils Must Present
OF APPEAR Constitution o( the State of 'Florida and for the Re-Numbering of Sections JIlted In paragraph I of this Section 15. adford Growersoss
..WICE]I TO to Mrs.. the same wire mgnvi to by a vote ofThreefifths 11 end 11 of Article VIII of the Constitution I and ahall likewise) provide for the collection Birth Certificates Be 5
oP FW>KIDA : ot all the members electedto of the State of Florida .. Adoptedat .care custody reporting and dte
,hIS. | Hnrlook Street each hou e; thst lb. votes on said the General Election In November bursement of ell taxes collected by thsCeuntjr > .
w V.rhI Joint Resolutions ware ent.r.d upon 1944. end to Amend Section: 11 and 11 Tax Collector. Years 9 Months Old
rsnulniil to appear on their respective Journals. with the yeas of Article VIU ot the Constitution .< $68,465
V 4d<1, in the ab ,
and direct: that the said Joint In the County of JOINT
anil,I cause, whereinlki HUlsborough. State of ROUSE RESOlUTION NO. l1a
oIlvor,.". Bradford Keaolutlnns be submitted to the electors' Florida, the County Tax Assessor shall A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing eat DarrinK last-minute resignations:. (And Principal Foster
1'lraphha" publish this o' the State at the General .Election: InNnv..mber Assess the Property of the County for Amendment to Article XVI of the Constitution Tobacco Crop Shi! Smith hI still keeping his finKera crossed) Bradford
weekly Issues.. 194B. I the purpose ol Levying Btate. County of the State of "orl .it four official seal NOW THEREFORE. I. R. A. GRAY Schools and Municipalities. In the Countyof : :: Addllut Thereto An Additional Section: to high School i in ready to open its 1946-47 term Monday. Sept.
lm, baud and Secretary of State ol the Stat o( Florida, HllJsboroilgh Except the City of Plant Provide for the Appointment by a Concurrent
Florida, this August 12. do hereby Rive notice that a City. Florida, which Shall be Exempt Resolution of the Senate and released' this week by 2, with a complete) faculty of 31-two lean than 'last term's
GENERAL ELECTION from the Provisions ol tills Amendment House of Representattvee of a Directorof Rure
B, BEAD A. 3. ThomMf Will be held In each county. In Floridaen Taxes Levied by the State County the Budget and to Authortre. the Leslift- ounty Agent's office showed high of 33 instructors. Typical of the rapid turnover in the
said Court. Tuesday next succeeding, the lint County School Board Srhool Districts lattice to Prescribe his Pow. and "
ranks of teachers these only 17 ot.the old line-up will
D. C. Monday In November A D. 1840, the Speclsl Tax School Districts end the Duties Qualifications and Term of Office. Bradford tobacco growers days,
lundrum. Starke Fla. said. Ttinrtay. being the Municipalities of the County Except: the 1 2.H8 pound of flue-cured bo back and 14 new faces will be seen at faculty meetings.
1L 8-16 4t 8-S FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER City of Plant City Florida. BE IT RtSOLVm: BY IRE LEGISLATURE :
for the ratification or rejection of the B II! IT RESOLVED BY THE ITOISLA- : OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA ;co at the Lake City and Live Students- will have an additional 15 minutes of nnooze-
said Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments TuftS: OF THE: STATE OF FLORIDA That the) following Amendment to AP. auctions 13.
July 24-Auguat time this since' school will "take in" 9 instead .
lit roi HT. IISLDFOUT) to the Constitution of the slate That the following Amendment of tide XVI at the Constitution of the State year at a. m.,

FI.OIUUAI IN CIIAN- .I Florida vial Article VIII of the Constitution ol the of Florida, by adding thereto an additional ith this year's price averag- of the former 8:45: opening hour. The lunch period
Sr Stale ot Florida relative to the A.._ section to be) known as Section J4,
doon. Plaintiff vn. MarjrIVfendiint. 1 ment and Collection of ell aaee tn the be) and the eame la hereby agreed to and ISc a pound total gross re- this year will be from 11:50: to 12:30 and classes will be
Cane No. 6005. KNATR JOINT RESOLUTION NO. MlA County ot Rlllaborough State ot Florida shall be submitted to the eiecto.. of the I were approximately $68-
K. PUBLICATION JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an by Re-Numbering Section 11 as adopted State of Florida for ratification or rejection over at 3:10.Monday: .
: OF APPEAR Amendment to the Constitution ol the et the General Election: of 1B*, so .. to at the general election for Rrpre- I). 1 will be
NOTICE TO Btate ot Florida, to be known es Article snake It read Section 11 of Article Vin eentatlvee to be held ia the year UHs, operated a I
OK FLORIDA to: Mary XX. Sections > and I. Thereof. Relating of the Constitution of the State ot Florida -' as follows: st season's production was Rains Hinder a full school day. given over
|whose residence I* un- to the Consolidation. Abolishing or Creating and by Amending Section II of SECTION M. The Legislature. shsll bylaw r, but the price lower with
of Certain County Offices. and the Article VTU of the Constitution of the' provide for a Director of the Budawt.who to' tbe registration of students -
requlred to appear on Assessment and Collection of Municipal State off Florida .. adopted et the General shall bs appointed by a concurrent 88 pounds being sold at an
18, 1946 In the above Taxes by County Tax Officials, In Orange Election In November of 1944 soaa resolution of the Senate ant House otRepresentatlvea tge 40c a pound for approxi- and the checking out
and cause, wherein County Florida and Providing for Referendum to make It reed Section. 11 of Article and shall by law consistent Berry SettingAs of text books. Regular classes
.irt divorce. Bradford Election. for Accepts. or Rejection VTU of the Constitution ot the Stat. of with other provisions of this Constitution Iy J63.933.20.;
| .kK hall publish this of any Law or Laws Enacted by Florida, end to exclude the City ef Plant prescribe hi. powers and duties, begin Tuesday
Vvitraph Issues.my the Legislature of the State of Florida City from said Amendment Be end the provide for his qualification and term er said that 12 of thin sea-
nut four weekly and official as Provided In said Proposed Amend- same Is hereby agreed to and shall he of office, the length of which shall be 80 planters failed to make almost dally ruins, starting Students starting school
hand submitted to the Electors of the State wholly within the discretion nf the legislature
[iirke Florida, this Auc1(8. I : IT RESOLVED!: BY TH: LEO1SLATUrtB : ot Florida for Ratification or Rejection: .nd ahall not be limited by Section rvest, with their crop ruined in April gave no In d I cation for the first time this year

: OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA et the General Election to be held on 1. Article XVI ot the Constitution.COMMITl'ER le rains of May and June. of let-up during August, r.rml'rRthl. are subject to the requirementthat
to the first Tuesday after the first Mondayhi
ll. SEAL.) A. 3. Thomas That the following emendment the
Tot said Court. Constitution ol Florida to be known ss November. 1048: S e 213.3: harvested acres pro- week continue to suffer delays they must be at least five
)ri.nn, Jacksonville Fla. Article XX Sections I end t, thereof SECTION 11. 1. From end after Jsnuery SU! BBTITIJTEflOUSF In corn harvest and the set. years ant eight months of
of I of 620 pounds age
8-16 4t 8.. relating to the consolidation abolishing 1. 1948, the County Tax Assessor JOINT RESOLUTION;! NO. tS an average
Pit and creating of certain County efllces Hlllsborough County shall assess iiiproperty A JOINT RESOLUTION! Proposing the te acre. Plantings totaled ting of strawberry plants Somtgrowers on the opening day. This means
and for assessment and collection of municipal for all State, County. School" Amendment of Section SO, of Article III I the
themselves that child should be
(IT COrHT. BRADFORD taxes by County UK of II...... In end Municipal Taxes to be levied tnHlllsborough of the Constitution of the State of Flor acres.er reported unable hot sent
'. FLORIDA IN CHAN Orange County. Florida end providingfor County by the State ida. Relating to ApproprtstlonstBB I to get Into fields because of to school unless he will be six
referendum elections for acceptance County. County School Board School IT RESOLVED: BY THE I BUlTJt- stated that the growers -
S'' Greenwood, Plaintiff vs.liree e* rejection of any law or laws erected Districts. Special Tax School Dlstrlcta and TURK: 01' THe STAn OF FLORIDA ally have Indicated them. water and mini. year. of age on or before January .
; wood, Deten4autt.rooa. by the Legislature of Florida .. provided Municipalities except In the City ot Plant That tke following amendment ef See- The bad weather had, occasionally 2. 1947 All children entering -
1 n therein be submitted to the qualified Cit'". Florida, which city ansll be exempt Mon _. Article. III of fue Constitution at i well satisfied with the
electors of the State of Florida for adoption from the provisions of this Section. the State of Florida reletlng to spproprWstlone this although the yield caused green pecans to drop the first grade will be expected .
R OF PUBLICATION or rejection et the fleet general 3. The Legislature; shall et the Legislative Is hereby agreed! to and shsll toe year, from the trees In abundance but to present a birth certificate .
[NOTICE TO APPEAR election: to be held tax the yeas 1M6.to Session In 1947 end from lime to submitted to the electors of the state :iiaappolntlngly low because ),
1 OF FLORIDA to: Florin .wit time thereafter, enact laws speclfvlns the. of riorlds. for satUlcatlon or ralectlon et weather. An Increased there were few reports of serious or baptismal record which
1 oowers." functions. duties end sdmpensaUon the next General Election to be held' InNovember. ie
<01 I, whose residence Is use.I. will establish the date of birth
*w fX i -ei sue Ceunty ". Asseeeor Uelg- .-A. D. I.M: that te to say that ge for next season Is ex- Ions, according to County AgentL.
SECTION 1. The Legislature Is author- natrd In Paragraph 1 ef Beetles II, and ssld Section _. Article III of the Constitution T. Dyer. It was believed that for official school record. Such
required to appear on empowered to provide by law shall likewise provide by law tow tke M the State W Florida shall be :1. 'The county's maximumof
and record
tied will be
r 16, 1948 in the Assessment. Roll ot Ike the yield of the county' small presented to the
dr laws enacted by It et tie regular session extension on the amended and .. emended shall reed as 471 acres for the pasta
I,Ingest 19th 1048, In the held in A. D. 1M1 or at anyregular County Tex Assessor of all aces leviedby fOllOW" I pecan acreage would i ibe about lit. grade teacher. .
lamed Court and cause session thereafter for the eon. the Stats, County County School SECTION M. Laws making the snprnvrlatlone is expected to be about
I plaintiff seeks divorce*! solldstlon. abolishing ot cresting of any Hoard, School Districts. Special Tax for the salaries of piihllo line In 194?. normal. A fee of $3 for each: pupil from
J County Telegraph shall County Offices In Orange County. J'lor.Ida School Districts and Municipalities' looated officials and employees and all other Ute first through the sixth grades
['this Order In' next four Provided, there la excepted front : In the County of Hlllsborough. expenses ef the State shall contain provisions The "wettest summer In record must be
.ues.i the Macts ot this Article Judges of ell State of Florida with the exception of on ne other sublect nor shall asspproprlatlon ed hi.tory" may b* reclaimed. If paid to take care of art
end to provide for the esaesemenl I the City of Plant City which Is hereby be en Incident of any other material and work books Mr.
hand and official seal eourts:
my of municipal taxes and exempt from the provisions this bill: all state appropriations except appropriations it Cover Finn here.an, effective let-up inrafnAVdurlng .
Florida this August 16, assessments. or either of them by County Amendment. for the eaunty" schools" eountles. September Despite mlth stated.
tax officers In said County. Any law so SECTION 13. 1. Prom and after January cities, or other political subdivisions : Faculty Newcomer
At, SEAL) A. 3. Thomas enscted respecting the consolidation' or 1. 1MK. the County Tax Collector In nf the State epproprletlons for permanent their difficulties, farmer have -
J of Bald Court. erection ofiny County offices shall prescribe -the County of HillabnrouKn. State ol Improvemente end buildings for set 60) percent of the berry New teacher* on tilLs year'.
gating Here
lie C Conner D. C. the powers, duties and compensa- Florida shall collect all taxes levied. In'' state Institutions as provided for by laws faculty are:
jrlwon Jacksonville, Fla. tlon. of the officers designated th..n the' County by the Stste County, County enacted at the 1949 leflslature', or printleglslstures acreage thla tuna last year Dyer. : .
Pit.: 8-16 it 9-1 to exercise and discharge the duties. atthe School Board, School Districts.: SpecialTax end for pensions retirement laid 8ept mbef< 1-- :Mrs. Ola. RobiraBOlState, ( "Farm
consolidated or created and School DIstricts and Municipalities Hinds end trust funds, shall be Included] "II.tl\e' biggest ,
offices so ...... bill or any .iI'1ndustry- nxmtnj formerly taught 'at, Seville. ). tatOt.de.r
any law so ensoted respecting the of Hllliborouich County Florida except In one general 1 spproprlatlon irka's lw plant tettlrlg hurricane '
IIIT coi HT. niiADPonn mint and collection of municipal taxes In the City of Plant City. .It be rg exempt amendment or eupplement thereto and Company I-
ll. FLItltlUll IN: tU"'IJEMilY either of them by of shall be for no lanCer than two ,. ... Seat Cover an- then. If it brought torrential rains
assessments, or from the provisions
and ; ?(ism Louis. Raulersoft Waldo
for the : : W.8fdt::: ;; made prior to the ( ),
couaty tax officers shall provide 1. The Leilislsture h All spprnprlntlons ed plan this week for a for most of the state, could be ,
[ (formerly known collecting accounting for ..nell.burllnll lative Session of 1947 end from time to adoption et this section whlrh are contrary 2nd Grade
assessing ,. section Ity of 4,000 sets a month. something of a disaster tar local
and/or aisements laws specifying the to the provisions
( May), Plaintiff vs. Jennietiy of said tales time thereafter ensct : IfIDt; :\n. Helen Malone Crawfordvllle .
Defendant. Case No.I'll to the approorlate immictpn, Dowers, functions duties and compensation shall expire as ot July 7.HOUSW r Roger Ward said that f.rm.rll. "Strawberry plant have (
compensation for Tax Collector desKnaled ) 2nd Grade.
and for
authorities of County ,
: OF PUBLICATION such county taxing officers for services In Paragraph I of Section 13, had shall S lary equipment should be se- to be set when they are reajy"
Miss Ilallle Smith
I NOTICE TO APPEAR rendered incident thereto. That If any likewise" provide for the collection csre.custody WNT 1I.nUTION Ni,. *rt within 60 days and that Dyer stated. "If delays are .'ro- (Carthage,

f OF FLORIDA to: Jessie such law respecting county the offices coniolldatlos ta ..- ronortlng collected and by the disbursement Jounty Tax of A JOINT RESOLUTION Prnnoslng, an full operation the firm will longed late Into the fall many Tenn.) 3rd Grade.
of any all taxes Constitution
l.y, whose residence and or creation referendum Amendment to Article V ef the Mr*. M. A. Chafln (Norman
Ins 811bald St., Dundee cepted and rstlfled at the* law' shall Colle<:tor. of Florida by Adding Thereto anAdditional customers in a territory ex- plants will be too old. The acreage
herein provided "< to the Flection Park Ca.) flih Grade.
I election Section HHatlng ,
Scotland. to the offices from Savannah to Or- In would be well
with respect 'ig vegetables
become effective of the Judge, nf the Court of Record Mrs. Blanche
fers required to appear on affected thereby on the first Tues.day HOUSE) JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 117 I In and for Escarrhla: Cnuntv and thsCnimlv The company will employ below normal." Edward ( Law
In Januaryef
IT 16, 1846 In the above after the first Monday JO ,NP/ RESOLUTION! rupi.na an Solicitor| | rf said County. tey) Junior High.
curt and cause wherein any year Immediately. aucceedlng to said the Amendment A to Article VIII ot toe Con- BE rr RFiot.vro BY Tiir Lrfli4.A- 'lonnel of seven Many local farmers believed Miss Maoml 11111 Dade
I seeks divorce. Bradford general election bad subsequent foi atltutlon of the Stite of Florida Relativeto TURF "F THE STATE OF FLORIDA location ad- ( CitytHigh
election at which electors I shop with a that the skies. would soon surelybe
f Megraph shall publish this referendum voted Assessment of Property for Taxes and SECTION I. That Article V of the School.
Jj next' four weekly Usuea. President of the such United law States respecting are the the Collection of Taxes, by AddingThereto Con tlMitlnn of the State of Florida be f Gay's Service Station, "rained out",, that healthy Mrs. Mary P. Freeman Mln-
"arks Florida this Au.. for: end If any Additional. Sections ta Provide amended by edrtlng thereto an additionalsection
municipaltlxeTTnd wille
and collection: of emotion es of on and Court streets, berry plants will be set and thata
of known
T Mo of them. thst in the County ol B I y. State to be ss novola) Hlg School. -
II. assessments or either accepted and Florlde. the County Tax Assessor shall i aid Article relating to the election of : tailored covers and side good acreage In beans cucumbers -
SEAL) A. J. Thernaa, by county tax officers Is of the County for the the Judge nf the Court of Record In endInr Miss Jocelyn Zelgler (Sarasota I
the Property
I Il'urp
,t said Court. at the referendum.boll election' become as Alseas'" of Levying 81..... County, School Fwnmbla Coiintv end the County only. It was stated. Patron. cabbage turnip and squash If'>n.. Economic: .
j J. C Conner ,D. C. Provided herein the same Taxes Levied by theState. Solicitor, of said Countv sod the asm Is selection as to be -
of January and Municipal ave a large may planted.Teachers .
Landrum Starke, Fla. effective: on the first day elec- County County School fl"srd.I hereby agreed to sod shsll bs eilhrnlttedto lilanchard Law (Staj-ks) High
Plf. 8-16 4t 9-6 next succeeding euch referendum School Districts. Special Tax School Districts the electors ef the mete ef Floridafor and type of cover School.
.1 'ftc.tion .... reje't'nn: at the onrrt -
ef the County.BE r
lion.SECTION I. Before any "law ,"'"'..Ih.d! and Municipalities \\ Election to b* held on the first. present the company Is ac- Meet Mrs. Ursula Barnes (Daytona
Articleshall BY THE: LEOISI.ATullE
of this RESOLVED!:
<> T section : IT
I C K preceding sfter the finnS Monday In
In Tuesday
I it shall OF FLORIDA: orders and operating on Peach) Music.
Is effect.
I hereby given that the be of any force and OF! THE 194ft! ss fnllowssSrCTION With
I ,rll )f the City of Starke accepted and ratified by a mnlorlly5te I I That the following Amendment of to Af-the 48. Th" Judge of the Court Ited basis. Advance orders Supervisor Loyell Biyant (Rlddleton
of OrangeSS Constitution
1111 hold a meeting In the of the qusllfled rer.endum electors: election Ogle VIII of Florida of the relative to the Assessment nf Record In and fr Ea.mhls County approximately 1.000, Ward For Pre-School Plans Tenn.) Assistant Cb.ch.
III at Htarke. Florida, at Count)'. rioricla. 8' a btate all taxes In the and the County Solicitor of said Count
|:H. to be called and held for the purpoaa and Colle-tlon shell hereafter be elected. bv the aiisllfledelector Two former BHS teachers who
September 3rd Ai, D. such ,law .h.1I State o.Jor'liA., by add.
whether. County of Bay. said ae other rtnte and
determiflinS ? of County
'Ih. Purpose of hearing accepted and ratified or r.jec'ed County.Brrh hY'. ': inS thereto additional and sections Section to 11, be be .county offlc'sla. are elected. The first 'd. recently a, traveling rep- I Mra'!: Grace Osborne generalsupervisor will b* back In. the fanl. after

T f* ,Iroln t Real owners Estate or Personal agents the qualified referendum electors election of shaM said b. bold I, and known the aa same Section Is hereby 14 agreed to and Record election' In ef and the for Judge esmbla of the County Court and nf alive of the Green Seat of the public schools *av"* of .b'lenc. are) Mrs. Brnes-:

>r Intangible Personal within ninety days after the Board..ifctivdcl. of. shall be submitted. to the Hectors: or of.eec-the: of the County Solicitor of sail county Company of Jacksonville.\ presided over a pre-scnool planning tine: McRae 3rd Grade; and Mrs. _
i IK nlues D. any euch law. Th. State of Florida for rstlflcstlon ,,jail be held at the General Election: In at her offices In the '
of which have CommJealbnere .halt provide for: lion at the general election to be held take offlre the, first Tuenrtavafter t resident of Starke and meeting Evelyn Rltch 2nd Grade.
M >) the 'Ity Assessor nf County such referendum lee-' the Urn Tuesday after the lint 1 IMS. to In 01. .,.,. 1949. auditorium building Monday. Mists Ellen La... will
'I' ic \It''l by th.-Counrll. the holding ci any on November. 1140. es follows the first Monday "" Butler eleven years ago. lie : II serve a*
; In .
Monday The term nrtenure
-a. of four
f'-r'. f the city Council b lion said and Board once each weeK for ai SECTION 14. <1) From end after: for e term of office of anYone heretoforenr that he would add equip- The session. attended by the elementary assistant prinel sl. ant l 'also as

tSI4 least" four successive weelcs immedlatolyrest .,...Uon.In January 1. IMo the County Tax AssessorIn 1 hereafter appointed to either of the .. rapidly as It becomes school faculty opened at Senior CUM sponsor, Miss Joce-
CARL Clerk. of such cf Florida shall be
JOHNS. prIor 10 the date the County of Bay Stat. I nfftres herein mentioned not extended
8 newaPaP... d. general circulation In shall assess ell property for all State. hereby. Any ....nC? In eitherof ble. I 10 a. tn. with an informal period yn Zeigler ha* been named Junior -
I ir (' said Count)'. except: herein' ouoerwbeprovided. Count School and Municipal taxes to 1 said offices which occurs. prior to said' to and Sponsor
JJ,1 01 ItT relating devoted supplementary
IIIIA..O.t the laws o. the Stats na levied In the County by the S.t..1 first Tuesday after the first Monday m
| (1.01(11)4, IN: CIIVN-: to the holding o. general elections ..hallco.or County County School Board, SchoolDtatrlta. : January. It 40. shall he filled by aooolnt.ment Scouts Complete new material including ''workbooks V.. UKO Bulrding
the holding 01 any such rsfeu'enduull Special' Tax School OUUIctsand by the Governor and confirmationby In BUS
?!'*-. Plaintiff, vs. Mary .lctIofl. LI any auch.Ie'"I:hllbe Municipalities. the Senate ae heretofore provided bv tests, and new teat books. many respects can look

FI."I'. / !"' Case No. 497:*. accepted end ratified by in an, ,"unhyeferendum ell The Legislature shall et the LeglsIstive 1 the Constitution than until but the In first no Tueeriav ease for efu any r mining Coursehe Following a discussion of recent forward to It* biggest and most
pertielpatlnC and Iran time totime longer
electors 1947
rvf PUBLICATION of Session In profitable
shall b.cone year. Although 4
such laW In January, life end Foster
election. enact laws. specifying: theSowar. : the first Monday trends In teaching. Principal
J, mKF TO APPEAR force and .ffac' but thereafter tenure of office of envnne Boy Scout Jamboree last light! decllt I la
and be ID full functions dutIes and compensation the term or expected total
FI..oRIDA to: Mary of lbs !Bhl! Smith outlined schedules
election m.loruly appointed to either ef eald' offices for received
hu.e It 8t an, such or County Tax Assessor designatedia seven Cub Scouts enrollment (from last
I" 114 E. vote
nrld" c" therein ahalI beginning In 1947 shall' expireon year
Section : the term'
: 14. and for the term.
-St t particfpatin5 I of this set up new
Olouchenter. Maj,,. .lectOn and ratification paragraph sell first Tuendire after Ute fires >l tlnc a Red
against the acceptance likewise. provide by law for the p.t..for. J peak of 1129 to a probable figure
rc ZC45.5 1 to it shall be nIlU and void .hall roll of Ut.CClunt7' Monday hi January. 1941. in 'I. Tae 'altemoon4 me.tivg 1 ws
appear on law sssessment for ,
a. such extension on the cou,.. beginners' f:.1.000) ;
r Yb. canvassing ,'Uf. ''honl.jOograA of
2nd. effect .
iorce and levied 1. prevision of the
1944. In the above sad of no .... Tie Assessor of all taxes SECTION Any to "'planning
.urt an.* cause, whereinTitkl : board of paid C"u'I .h.d by the State County. County School Constitution .. conflict herewith Is hereby ling. The course was given over special ac lvieis ,will be' .fclUUIed by

Illvorce.' Bradford CIty the result 5.Cr.tary d' any such of Stat.referendumelection wIthin' Board School Districts Special. :Tax repealed.IN by Miss Freddi Wlm- by co-teachers of each grade. the use of Stark'* IIUIII''fa.noon
h to the end municipalities.SECTION
nut !Iur shall Weekly Publish Issues.this tea days slIer the ,holding thereof.I School Districts IS. (11 From and sftet TESTIMONY WHEREOF: : I have Red Cross Instructor andS Luncheon was served by Mrs. U8O( bull-ling.: purchased last

'" 5519' hand and official January" 1, 194H. the County Tax Collector Hereunto set in, hand and affixed the were presented by Mrs. Osboroe, assisted by Mis Frances spring by the School Board from
Htrtrka of State of Florida Great Semi of the Mate of Florida atTallshssFee
l"iorkla County
this Au- the
., HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIOtl NO. II ,In shall collect: all taxes levied In the the Csnltsl. this the let day Osbofne Chairman of Peek. the Federal Work. Agency for
JOINT RESOLUTION Propnatflf .a Stat. C..I)'. County I of August. A. O. I-.... Aid and Ac- Mrs. EdnaPrrvatt
4 ALlP.AL' ) A.. .1. Thomas. I Amendment A 10 Article. VIII of the Cnn- School' Board.by School Dletrlcte. Special SEAL R A. GRAY. Safety, First I Those' present were 113.000.

"r pii" Jacksonville Court. FIlL .mutloll of the Stat or Flnrids Taxes Relative and :Tax School Olatrlcts and Municipalities. Secretary ot Slats. Prevention of the Bradford Miss. ,)ad.e Middleton In order to conserve on heating

r 8.2 41 8.23 .. Aaaeaameul of Property for .t Chapter. American Red Miss Louise Raulerson, Mrs. I cost and janlfor service this win-

to the following boys: Levy: Ethel Biggs. Ms. Ernestine Me- lee the UdP Hiding wld not *.

.. Jr.. Cex rg. Canova Richard Rae Mrs. Edna, Hart Mrs. Ullle used durlnf the morning hour,

me matter ox necessary lees can be thrashed Kldd.; Wayne Douglas. Oene Bridges, Mrs. Ethel !!Sewell Mrs. but will t* lash for recreation

.. men Tom Mcdane and Jack Willie Mae Denton Mrs. Kate .nd '* In
---- ..- '- a the Council. a Ritch. as a ga.rn ; place for tu-
R school. Parents UrgedTo out by Miller. Bheppsrd and Mrs M. A. Chason. dent durtnc th. lunch Herlod. In

Accompany The youths received their swimming i Mrs.. Ls>olaj Roberts and Mrs. the afternoon It will-b.used by

training at Klnisley Lake. Ruth Frailer were unable to at. the Glee Club Ute BHtf Band

GOd Needed Children for. Check Dr. R. P. Stubbin TO ALL tend owing to their classes. at anl for the physical education

Withdraws summer achoot.Lawtey rrogram tt* girl*. The Building
medical ch ck-ups for In New Office WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Carden
Complete .
onor are Deeded .t also contain the office of Mr.

T. S. WUltaun, who beginner .t BItS will Sept.be 9.given..tartIn Opening of Dr. R- Stubblns' Driver Ucmsee go on AaJ From Council Race"I Scouts Meet T. 1-f. O..b<>rne supervisor of

rltlcafly) |U |B St.HcnpluU the School Monday announced In the Professional BuildIng In Bradford Couaty ogj September to county school.
5 at 9 a. m., It w. offices wish to announce With Troop 70
JTaekson- Juniua M. Announced.It Ird 1M. and all who In Starke that I
'!he yesterday by Mrs. ha. been many kind friends

\\underwent M opo Smith president of the Parent- Is stated that the dentist' I will prevent their lINe license I have decided to withdraw as. a The Scout* of Btarke's Troop Get Bumper StripsAt

PrnnotlflCd T. whichthat Teacher ,A oclatlOI1. will be from 2::30-4 p. m.. I and all who send license by candidate for the City Council." 70 met Monday night at 7:30: C. of C. OfficeA

tIIIICCNIIlaI examination will hours Tb. another prr+on, or' all who Van H. Garden, local filling station o'clock In the armory and had

't slate she will The physical the staff of the Brad- Monday through Friday.second floor wUI send ...00 and Stamp for operator stated yesterday. a* guest 14 members of the Law- Urge supply of bumper strip

""' four or flv be made by Health Department dental suite on the two operating mailing ran get Keens renewed. "While It is too late to have tey Boy Scout Troop. During the advertising d'arka's Homec imlng
'futoIOllIIo County ha
ford direction of Dr. A. Y. of the buildIng. Laboratory All lionises most be my name left off the ballot I meeting Billy Bmlth was promoted Day are ivallabl at the Chamber
the fully-equipped
[ UI c'wonvUle Blood under All neeeuary inocu rooms, a dark roomSDr. renewed on or before October am requesting that no further to Junior Assistant. Scoutmaster of Commerce Legion Cotunanoer -

-ppt ally type of CoYington. with the cofl 1 x-ray and let 1W or you will be required .- consideration be given my can- and one newcomer to the S. O. Denmark asked that all
will be given Chief
'uhanre and aU perbe l.tloM and parents are Stubbina ha. been to take test to renew didacy because It will be Impossible Troop was receIved Tommy local owner of automobile obtain -

Still donate blood sent of parents. cMl-1 Dentist at the Florida StaUprlsorvEalford. IAIIMI. for me to serve If elected." Smith. The Cub Scouts presented the it 'Ips at the C of C

54. to contact Mrs W.at urged to omP"nyttJedren for the past eight Yours)'troly. Mr. Garden added "I wish to Den Chief card to Harry buildIng 01 the Courthouse lawn.

the Red Croa. of- to school on wIll be given years He -has practiced sin the*. E. K. reujfiiiaMs.County thank each and everyone who Metien and Bert Neweomb their The card are an Important partof

e 3.1. T..portalaclisoll'lUe The examination first grsde. 1932. and was formerly on oil...... has expressed an Interest la my newly. appointed Den Chief: *,, ... Uu celebration' 'publlclry.BRADFORD .
will be student > of the of the Southern Dental ". Edward 'Shun; J?; Denmark' said.
onto will $.SlIt faculty _. _. .. ''juecss"an wert.,.. Reporter
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Jv'sTax Y Levy Cut One MillIe rr" .. The, ,Proposed BHS Starts Monday ,A.M. ;

of Record $97,000 Budgetapparently Garbage Collection Fee

rr r .. ,# .. ## ## 14 New' Faculty Members
magical feat of an all-time high budget
announced Since the question of continued City supportof .
feered tax millage was following a re-
the Bradford County Health Department has
ting of the Board County Commissioners at become a political issue and will appear on the First Grade Pupils Must Present
Le the county's permanent budget for the fiscal Bradford Growers
adopted September 10 ballot as "for" or "against" donating Birth Certificates Be 5
1647 was to the "health clinic", it is important that the I ,
I budget as finally approved totaled $97,165.59 an Years 9 Months Old
voters understand the matter thoroughly
as as pos- Gross
[of $21,958.59 over the current year's total of $75- sible.

form the new budget was $661.41 less
[ its final It has been stated several times by membersof Barring ]t-mimite resignations (and Principal Foster
in the budget
[ estimated temporary announced
total changes the Council that if the people vote in favor of Tobacco Crop Shi Smith U still keeping his fingers crossed) Bradford

Only major $3,000 continued health department support the City will Hitch; School Is ready to open its 191(5-47( term Monday Sept.

the county's Gen. Wainwright levy a garbage collection fee of $1 per month on Figure' i leased this week by 2, with a complete faculty of 31-two lea than lust term's

operation in of the "P3 business houses and 50c per month on residences.In the County Agent's office showed high of 33 instructors. Typical of the rapid turnover in the

Health Department f view of the fact that it was decided to con- that Bradford tobacco growers I ranks of teachers these days, only 17'of the old line-up will

from $2,100 to $1- tribute only $1,500 per year to the Health Department sold 1 2H8 pounds of flue-cured I be back and 1.1 new faces will be seen at faculty meeting

he salary of the it is important that the voters under- tobacco at the Lake City and Live 1 Student will have an additional 15 minutes of snooze-

jaffic patrol. stand before deciding on this issue, that it would .Oak auctions July 24-August 13.: I timo this year since school will "take in" at 9 a. m., instead -

if f the county's'' gov- 8A not require a fee of $1 per month on businessesand With this year's price averagIng -I of the former 8:45: opening hour. The lunch period

'next year will equaleach 50c on residences to raise the amount asked 4Sc:, a pound total gross receipt this year will be from 11:50: to 12:30: and classes: will be

man, woman and for the Health Department. were approximately $68- i over at 3:10.Monday .
465: .80.
Bradford's 12,500: clU- According to the last survey made by the I will be operated a I

compared with a pert City, Dec. 31, 1945 there were 611 domestic me- Last but season's production lower was Rains Hinder ''a full school day given( over
of $:$83 In 194445. larger, the price with
t t
of the soaring budget ters and 136 commercial meters in operation within 159,888: pounds being sold at an to' the registration of students -

Board of Commla- the city. Based on these figures a garbage average 40c a pound for approximately and the checking out
the ..
nounced'a one-mill de- collection fee of $1 on businesses and 50c on residences $$63,933: : Berry Setting of text books. Regular classes

the tax: levy-from 11 would bring in $641.50 per month or a Dyer said that 12 of this sea begin Tuesday.

10 3-4 for the coming X total of $7,693.00 annually.The son's 80 planters failed to makea As almost dally rains, starting Students starting' school
reduction In millage above figures are a maximum estimateand harvest with their crop ruined In April gave no I n d I cationof for the first time this year

on the basis of estt- actual collections would undoubtedly be some- by the rains of May and June. letup during August, farmer are subject to the requirement

..Ipts of $37,000 'from what less. The meter total is slightly less now The 243.3 harvested acres produced this week continue to suffer delays that they must be at least five
era state race track an average of 620 pounds In corn harvest and the set years and eight' months of age
(perhaps not more than 15 or 20 off from the
ting of strawberry plants. Some on the opening day. This
nd an estimated carry- to: the acre. Plantings totaled means
13000 in unspent funds peak) ; a few fees would be uncollectablev of cpurse(; 283,8 acres. growers reported themselves. unable that the child should hot be sent

ew fiscal year This and the above figures probably contain some dupli- stated that the to get Into fields because .>f I to school unless he will be six
also resulted from the Gen. Johnathan M. Wainwright, cations (such as individual meters in two separate Dyer have indicated grow.rsgen..rally them- water and mini., years of age on or before January .

large sqm derived from famed "Hero of Bataan", wrote apartments that might use the same'garbage can selves well satisfied with the The bad weather' had occasionally 2, 1947. All children entering -

k revenue last reason local Legion officials this week I and thus be liable for only one fee). However price this year, although the yield caused green pecans to drop the first grade will be expected -

clpal reason for the In- signifying his Intention of arriving even allowing for such discrepancies; the total was disappointingly low because from the trees In abundance, but I to present a birth certificate -

Bradford's expensescan by plane 'at the Jacksonville from the proposed $1 and 50c fees would bring in of the weather An Increased there were few report of serious I I or baptismal record, which

[ be laid at the 'door airport during the morning of between $400 and $500 per month at an extremely acreage for next season Is ex- loss, according to County AgentL. : will establish the date of birth
ty's roads and bridges, Sept. 28. He will then come directly conservative estimate. pected. The county's maximum T. Dyer It wan believed that for official school records. Such

ntenance costs will rise to Starke In time to participate has been suggested by some members tIt of quota of 471 acres for the past I the yield, of the county's small I records will teachers.A be presented. to thelet
00 to $$41,393 due to in the afternoon parade season Is expected to be about pecan acreage would (ba about
"of the Council that the City could use the annual normal I fee of $2 for each pupil from
material a feature Bradford County'smammoth' the same In 1947.
prices for Another, Homecoming Celebration surplus of $3,500 ,or $4,000 wh/ch) would be on The "wettest summer In'recorded I he first through the sixth grades
equipment. hand after $1,500 had been deducted .for the I must be paid to take care of art
occurs In the General for returned war veterans. history" may be reclaimed If
ft goes from (30,131 to Health Department to meet the request ,of various Seat Cover FirmOating there is. an effective let-up intoiin4i'dbrlst I mlth materials stated and work books', Mr.
who frequently before the\ Council September. Despite
groups appear :
caused by Inerating II ,
chiefly ,for donations for various It in T K their difficulties, farmers have Faculty Nvwoonwra
ClubScoresTwo a
... Starke Ball ': purposes. New teacher
on this year's
The Fine ,andlPorfo .. "Vrell I knqwn fact that the City ts called upon quite i Here set 60 percent of the berry faculty' are:

nd ]( .)respxpfQt: ,often ,for.contributions,. and ,if there ae*
m$13r : r. *... .... Wins ficient, fund on hand from regular tax sources ''Starke's n..at:"Industry,' the plant setting Septmbee1j Jll nta:; *- A hurricane biggest formerly taught at Seville. ), tAlC

from $19,470 this year ,> ....,-"VMfd, t light and water revenues to meet a reasonable Ward Seat Cover Cempany.. an- then. If It brought torrential rain. IOta"e'I '
82 next year and the 'The neW ball tlub rounded ; 'fiumber Jot _,worthwhile requests then it would nounced plan this week for a for most of the state could be i. Sirs. Louisa Raulersoft'(Waldo),
al Fund shows an Jan City's I desirable for the surplus from garbage 2nd Grade
seem a capacity of 4,000 sets a month. something of a disaster for local
12,200 this year ito ed Into form last with week Waldo, ,winninga Thursday collection fee to be placed in a fund to meet these Owner Roger Ward said that farmers "Strawberry plants haveto Mr,. Helen Malone (Cr wlord-
return game vllle). 2nd Grade
ext year. Also a new demands. For instance, when an event comes necessary equipment should be secured be set when they are ready" -
17 to 9, and scoring over Miss. Itallle Smith
added to the 1948-47 within 60 days, and that stated "If (Carthage
Dyer delays arero-
celebration for veteransset
the Florida State Farm Saturday along like the homecoming Tenn,) 3rd Grade. -
County Service Officer under full operation the firm will longed late Into the ,.11.
4 to 1, for next month, it would be a great help if Mrs. M. A. Chafln (Norman
lllng $1,832.16.ikdown serve customer. In a territory extending plants will be too old. The acreage -
the could dip into such a fund and contribute Ga
and comparison The Raiford engagement provedan City from Savannah to Or- In vegetables would be well I'.uk. ) 6th Grade _
[(this year) and 1940 airtight affair marked by top- $500 or $1000 without having- to "borrow lando. The company will employa below normal" Mrs. Blanche Edwards (La\v-

I tax millage Is: ,' notch pitching from Jake' Keen from Peter to pay Paul"} personnel of seven. 'Many local farmers believed toy) Junior High.
and strong Infield support. Keen and water has shown Miss Maoml Hill (Dads City
The City's light revenue
ft:: Millage The shop with a location adJoining that the skies would soon surely I
1945 1946 held the State Farm boys to five a steady decline from 11695.41 in October 1945to Gay's Service Station, be "rained out", that healthy I Ugh School.

4 IAIVi, 4 hits, and fanned eight. The Infield $7,833.93 in July 1946. This decrease of $3- Madison( and Court streets, will berry plants will be set, and that Mrs) Mary High! BchAol.P. Freeman tMlntoiola -

rfelture 1UK whipped out three double 861.48 per month over the period of a year would produce tailored covers and side a good acreage In beans. cucumbers Miss Jocelyn Zelgler (Sarasotal
lal Fund % plays, and twice helped the local total nearly 50000. Tax collections( will also decline panels only. It was stated. Patrons cabbage, turnips' and squash Home Economic

ridge &K 0 moundsman pull himself' out of. this year because of the closing' of several will have a large selection to may be planted.Teachera llanchard Law (Starke) High
)Ice Off 0 54 trouble when bases were loaded.Keen' large military stores that. paid heavy personal design and type of cover.. School.'
that only
11% 10% control was such accredited to property taxes on their stocks and fixtures. At present the company Is accepting Meet., Mrs. Ursula Barnes (Daytona
five putouts were Home in Starke no taxes on their orders and operating on Peach) Music
outfield. } owners pay With Supervisor
the limited bails. Advance orders
To Close Starke's scoring 'came In the homes, and none can be levied because of home- a total approximately 1.000 Ward For Pre-School Plan. Tenn.Ix5y.ll) Asslstenr Biyant Coach., (Rlddleton
laws. Business property is already -
seventh when with the team stead exemption Two former BUS teacher" who

trailing behind the lone Raiford carrying a heavy load and cannot be fur- said.Ward, recently a traveling representative : Mrs'! Grace Osborne, general will be back In the fanl:t after

bor Day tally, Kenls walked and Garland movedto ther__ .taxed.. Therefore. the only_____uu method_ L L_left_ ___to_ of the Green Seat supervisor? of the public schools, leaves of abtnnca are: Mrs Ernes:
third on a wild pitch.! the city for raising additional revenue is uy some Cover Company of Jacksonville presided over a pre-school planning tine McRae 3rd Grade; and Mrs. .
Godwin walked. Jimmy Ocdwinstruck sort of service fee or special tax. was a resident of Stark. and I meeting at her offices In the Cvalyn Hitch 2nd Grade.

thing but the depot." out. and Bishop walked. No progressive-minded citizen will quarrel Lake Butler eleven yean ago. He auditorium building Monday. MUs Ellen Lav*' will serve as
aklng. will be closed Harley and Kents followed with moderate stated that he would add equip- The session attended by the elementary assistant principal, amt alas asSenior
ion Labor Day. Mayor singles each scoring two. with the City Council over levying a gar- ment as rapidly as It becomes school faculty opened at Glees. sponsor Miss. Jocelyn -

rby said that all'mer- The local! club settled Waldo's bage collection fee if found absolutely necessaryfor available. 10 a, m. with an Informal period. Zelgler has been named Jun-
I expressed desire to co- hash In the extra Inning of a carrying out vital community services and pro- devoted to supplementary and I'"r Sponsor,

i observing the holiday, game which was tied -atl In the jects. It is important, however that voters under- Cub Scouts Complete new material. Including work UM ITKO Building

s Indicated that "next ninth. A rally of solid base stand, before deciding on the Health Department books, tests and new text book. In many respects fins can look
e doors would remainthe hits aided by Waldo errors scored issue, that it would not require a fee of $1 on Swimming Course Following a discussion of recent forward to Its biggest and moat

drug' stores, the eight runs In the tenth. The businesses and 50c on residences merely to raise lastweek trends In teaching Principal Foster profitable year Although 'tsi'ght
tares and groceries ,, team.with" '' On the basis of At the Boy Scout schedulesset decline I Is expected In total
Godwin; brothers' battery the'' $1500,asked for this agency. seven Cub Scouts received Sal Smith outlined enrollment
i bUanes.the" tank and Garland and 136 commercial meters it Is up for the new term. last year'speak
pitching ,
domestic Red
lice Jimmy 611, ; perfcat| ) -,for, completing a of 1129 to a probable figure
|Hall and the Courthouse catching, held Waldo batsmen,. In i apparent that 'a garbage collection fee of onlylScper Cross course' for beginners t In
check. X month on residences and 20c per month on swimming The course was given over 'to .pedal 'W4i1 activities. ,will be' gaet1tat 4 by
>ptcted that most eating Carson Geiger I N ,acting,4 the I business houses would bring in well over $1500, taught by Kiss- Freddie "1m. by co-teachers of each ,rad. the use of Starke's flure'|8.1.00O
f nts and service..sta"main teamV. manager. The nine will the amount asked for support of the Health De- hotly,' Red Cross Instructor and Luncheon was served by Mrs. USO bull-ling," purchased last

open. play at Raiford Saturday and at awards were presented by Mrs. Osborne assisted by Miss Frances spring by the School Board from
chool Board, and the Brooker SundaY September 8. partment.No T. H. Osbofne, Chairman of, Peek. the federal Works Agency for
miMioners will meet for last Saturday's one should vote against the Health De- Water Safety, First Aid and Ac- Those present were Mrs. Edna 119,000. -

the morning It was an- The consisted lineup of Mooney. 2n: partment merely became 'he thinks it 'would re- cident Prevention of the Bradford PrevatC Miss Afadce Mlddleton.Mtss In order to 'come."e on he>:itn! g
1 As usual It will be. nor om If Bryant. -r; Kentt., cf; quire a fee of $1 and 50c. Such is not the case. County Chapter, American Red Loulie Raulerson. Mrs. costs and janitor service this win-
students of BH3 ,who Geiger O. Godwin; c: J. Godwin rf. After the question of continued support of the Cross to the following boys: Levy Ethel Biggs, Ms. Ernestine Mc- Ur. the IMO huUdlng wl.l not be

d most of the day I Ib; Harley 3b; Keep p. Health Department has been decided favorably, Canova. Jr. George Canova Richard Rae Mrs Edna Hart Mrs. Llllie used dun n r the morning hours,
t and attending to other. Bishop then the matter of necessary fees can be thrashed Kldd. Wayne Douglas Gen. Bridges Mrs. Ethel Sewell. Mrs. but will fc* lAud for recreation

[connection with the out by the Council. Ritch. Tom McClane- and Jack Whine Mae Denton Mr Kate mod as a i..rh .l g place for ntudetta .
R school Parents UrgedTo Miller Sheppard and Mrs. M. A. Chason. during the lunch 'tferlod. In
Accompany -------- Tie youth received their swimming ,. Mrs Leola Roberta and Mrs the afternoon It wnl'bl..UHd by

training at Klngsley Lake. Ruth Frailer Were unable to attend the Glee Ciub. the BHS" Band,

Ood Needed Children for, -Check Dr. R. P. StubbinsIn TO ALL, owing to their classes at ant for the physical education
Carden Withdraws I summer school program t.,. girls. The building
''medical check-ups for New Office WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
donors arc needed Complete at also contalns *the office of Mrs.
T- beginner at BHS will be given p, Stubbins' LJcetnee Sal From Council Race T If. O..borne, of
S. Wnilama, who sept. 9. start'the Opening of Dr. R. Driver : go on Lawtey Scouts Meet supervisor
''tUtlcally, W la School announced Professional Building In Bradford County on September county school,
'St at 9 a. m., It wu offices In the "I wish. to announce to my With Troop 70
an op- Smith. president of the Parent. Is stated that the Mill prremt their 1M license, have decided to withdraw as a The Scouts of Starke's Troop Get Bumper StripsAt

Pr<>noan Wednesday. whichsoccemfnl. Teacher Association. will be from : -dent..t'-I. sad all who' wad Items byanother candidate for( the City Council" 70 met Monday night at 7:30' C. of C. OfficeA
to,.. cad physical examinations will hours Friday. The person, or all who Van H. Garden local filling station o'clock In the armory and had
state that she will The the staff of the Brsd- Monday through second floor will Bend 'I.O and Stamp for operator stated yesterday. as guests 14 members of the Law. large supply of bumper strips
last four or live be made by Health Dep.rtmentunder dental suite, on mailing can get license renewed. "While It Is too laU to have tey Boy Scout Troop. During the advertising .4' .rk.'e Homco imlng

rsnvfnslon.. ford County direction of Dr. A. T.Covincton. of the building fully-equipped haawo platting All licenses mast be my name left off the ballot. I meeting Billy Smith was promoted Day are evadable: at the Chamberof
Jacksonville" Blood the Inoou'laUon. rooms a or before Oetober further to Junior Assistant Scoutmaster -
All neceaaary dark rooms.stubblns renewed am requesting that no Commerce. Legion Commander
lIC'.pt7 type of with the consent tory. x-ray let ...*. or you will be required consideration be given my can and one newcomer to the 8 G. ntnmark, asked that all
1 be given Chief
exchange and all per"HI will and parents are Dr. \ haslbbeenn to take test to renewYourV didacy because It will be Impossible Troop was received Tommy local owners of automobiles obtain -
."> donate blood of parents their children Dentist. at .- for me to serve If elected." Smith. The Cub Scouts presented the n-ips at the C of C
to contact Mn. W.at urged to accompany on that date. PrbonBaiford, for the past eight since truly Mr. Carden added. "I wish to Den Chief cards to Harry building, 01 the Courthouse lawn.

the Red Croas ole to school will be given yeaMl. He loss practiced on the C. K. Ferryman. thank each and every one who MeUen and Bert Newcomb. their! The cardf are an Important part

'" 33. Tnuwportacksoutllle -. The examination first grad. 193%. and was formerly Dental County Judge. has expressed an interest In my newly, appointed Den Chl fiefs., of the celebration's "publicity.{
will be to student.l of the faculty of the Southern Edward 1 'SHuir. Jr Reporter.. Denmark alJ.I -
only will assist ,.l'q_ all<<... and welfare. ; ; .
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llt:BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH New River Second Atom Bomb 'I How to CutSummer given further to her resolve esteemed that family.We we shall. And there. since she INI!,.

Established 1811 As More ImpressiveMerle Losses remember her bereaved ones In you Oh you Who the
fly The School yearn \\'II E

K.. U Matthew ____________ Editor and Owner . . . Orlder, Photographer'sMate ,I "Summer-time la a season In 'prayer and its, and program commend to our our Saviour church, For the old time step
Services were held Sunday 3-c, who BO vividly describedthe which cattlemen may suffer severe in this loss and sustained sense of service borne It
rAil>:.ed >Vm kly on Friday and Entered M Second ClaN Matter morning and night at Long first atomic bomb test of losses in their herds if they don'tlook our beloved one. Think of her faring

at the Pout Office at Starke. Florida.__ Bridge Christian Church wlthHev. July 1 for readers of the Tele- out" W. J. Sheely, of the Adapted from verses of the poet In the love of There on,, II de

Fred Dodd l of Midlakes conductingthe graph, again obliges with a word Florida Agricultural Extension James Whitcomb Riley: of Here; Os! k

On Starke meetings. The pastor and hU picture of the second (underwater Service said today.To I cannot say, and wish not to say Think of her still as the
Eyes sons were dinner guests of Mr. ) test on July 25. help cattlemen "look out"and That she Is dead, She la Just say: I&oIt

and Mrs. W. B. Lazenby duringthe In a letter received! by the Tele- avoid trouble, the Extension away! I She g not dead She
stand' inspection on Saturday, Sept. 28, of animal husbandman offered these II
Starke day. graph recently, Under (son ,i' With a cheery smile and wave of
hy visitors from all sections of Florida and even from Mr. and Mrs. Ed Renfroe and Robert H. Grider of Starke) suggestion on hummer manage- the hand Signatures of ColIUnIt I

other states when Our Town plays host to perhaps the son. Edwin, of Washington D. C., writes: I I I ment of cattle. She haa wandered Into an unknown Members:
in midst- visiting friends and relatives Bikini 29 Select good heifer calves for Mrs. W. G
most distinguished visitor: ever to come our are July 19.6.I 1 land, Eppe1lill
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General Johnathan M. Wainwright, defender and hero here for a few weeks. They were Dear Mr. MatthewsHere : I' replacements now. These heifers Ellen H Law
.f liataan. guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. is my description of the I' will drop their first calves in 1949. And left us dreaming pow very May F Power ChaI

If anything was needed to supply Starke with an Johns and family Thursday Baker Day Atomic Bomb Test Screw-worms do their worst in I

much-needed clean-up drive-THIS IS Mm. Mary Thomas of Lake a test that, with a marvelous display July, August and September and
Incentive for a Butler was a dinner guest of Mr. of strength and deadly beauty only frequent careful inspection EARN While You LEARN to fir 1

IT1 1 and Mra. S, L. Crews Sunday. formed a fine conclusion to of the herd and prompt treatment
and beautification drive is no longer a
A clean-up Those dinner at Swift an Interesting trip. I of wounds will prevent losses
matter of choice, it is a MUST! It would be nothing be- caused by these pests. Smear No.
Creek Church Sunday from New This first Is written just On The G. I. BILL of RIGH
leas than discourteous to invite General Wainwrighthere River were Mr. and Mrs. Seeber fore the test: It's about 0800 the I 62 or some other proven material ,

and then not put forth every effort to make the Moody and daughter, Betty Jo, morning of Baker Day, here at should be applied as soon as -
Iowa as clean and attractive as 'possible for his visit. Mrs. Truby Hodges and non, Del- Bikini. From where I am stand- wounds are noticed. Swabbing -

We like to think of Starke as "a pretty little oren Mrs. Smith Johns, and Mr. ing on a gun sponson off flight the ears of cattle with the smearor

Lo11a and it undoubtedly is endowed with a certain and Mra. Seeber Johns and chil dock I can see the faint outlineof a mixture of pine tar oil and New PIPER CUBS I
the atoll and the dark mastsof cottonseed oil will protect them t.,1.
"Biet oak-shaded streets, especially in
i charm along dren.Mrs. the target ships rising behind. from ear ticks and subsequent being used t:
the early spring when the azaleas, red wood and dog Joe Moody and daughter, attacks.
The ship will be approximately screw-worm
Margie .and Mrs. H. M. Moody
wood are in bloom.. Yet, there are certain inexcusable and grandson. Junior spent Sun- 11 miles off Bikini for this test, Be sure there Is an adequate in the program

"eye sores" that are allowed to continue for no apparent day night with Mr. and Mra. Lin- ', and due to the blanketing effect water supply for the herd. Each

reason, and which spoil an otherwise pretty pic- nle Sapp of Raiford. of the water on the flash we will animal needs an average of about
tare. be permitted to witness the act- 12 gallons dally and It Is best to Certified Ground School Class Instructions
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp and
Those of us who live here are so accustomed totlieae Mm. Robert Ward were shoppingIn ual explosion. have watfc supplies located so the Given by Certified Ground School Instructor

bad spots that we hardly notice them, just as Jacksonville Saturday. Quarters for the muster was cattle will not have to walk long Certified Flight Instructor
sounded at 0823: and fell in to them.
we are apt to overlook a patch on our own trousers Mr .and Mrs. G. H. Pattersonof we distances Federal Approved Primary Ground and Flight
the deck. Then
quickly on flight
while instantly noting the one our neighbor wears. Lake City spent Sunday afternoon Provide adequate supplies of
School Certificate
the 10 minutes' wait, during which -. No. 5036.
salt and minerals in covered containers -
Starke sees the flaws just as Mrs. C. P.
Thus, the visitor to with Mr .and
time most of the
I us sprawled on
the as these
quickly as he sees the beauties of Starke, and cannot I I Cowen. deck. We were old hands at atomic materials on prevent range development of For information please phone Conway at If!

help but wonder why one is allowed tq spoil the effect Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kite and tests by now and the tension such conditions as "salt sick" and

erf the other.A I I son, Fred were in Jacksonville that preceded the Able Day bomb also help cattle obtain maximum or Libby at 32

month remains before the Veterans' Homecoming Monday. was almost entirely missing.At benefit from their feed.
will bean Brown of Maryland Is the words "two minutestill
Celebration at which .General Wainwright Shy Fertilize pastures if they needit CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVICEP.
A lot can be accomplished in a spending some time here at the test" we stood up slowly and
honored guest. to maintain good growth. Mow O. Box 303 Starke Fk
home of his mother, Mrs Truby waited. Some of the men had
made to wash Starke's
month if an all-out effort when necessary to keep the grass
Hodges.Mr. turned and were talking to their
Lace, not forgetting behind the ears, and don a clean vegetative and nutritious and also
and Mrs. D. C. Nettles, Mr. buddies when suddenly a gigantic
of trouble but it's to weeds.
shirt. Of course, it will be a lot discourage
fountain of
and Mrs. D. J. Nettles and Mr. smoke and water,
good thing something like this comes along once in Keep careful check o n cowa EXTRA FRESH
m and Mrs. M. R. Nettles were streaked with fire, arose with a BREADNh5'r !
ourselves to make the ef with calves to be sure they get
a while or we'd never arouse visiting Mra. A. :A .Sweat In Lake powerful smooth motion out of
fort. A good, thorough clean-up for the celebration ignore Hospital Saturday night. the waters of Bikini Lagoon and adequate feed water, and miner

will serve a double purpose, for by that time the tourist Mrs. Sweat returned to her homeIn up into the bright morning sky. als to enable, them to produce

:season will be almost on us again, and it will be greatly Ralford from the Hospital on The stem of the fountain look- adequate milk and also to hold Otl
will be in
to look its best for our guests Sunday.Mr. ed like a solid column of water their own so they good
to Starke's advantage condition In the fall and winter.
which did not rise to
from the North. and :Mrs. Junior Johns of a very great
height, but blossomed and Handle stock carefully and
and 28 each property GalneHVllle and Miss Bobble Andrews quickly
Between September
now hung like a hugh umbrella over quietly. In hauling cattle do not
owner'should ttispect his premises and conscientiouslyask of Lake Butler were guestsof the lagoon. Around the base a overload. Drive so that cattle S1JrVf.

himself, "Is my property as clean and attractiveas Mrs. Truby Hodges and chil- ruffled collar of white smoke and on their way to market will not !

I can make. it?" The City of Starke should marshal dren Saturday night. tram rolled up and out In a very be thrown down and injured.
all vacant lotsind and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moody short the VtP
its forces and clean parkways time two had mixed
undertake to< improve the entrances to the city over and children of Lake Butler were with the smoke and steam risingto RESOUTIONS ON THE DEATHOF SJI

tile main highways, for it is here that visitors will ob- Moody visiting and Mr.other''and relatives Mrs. M.here H. meet the lowering curtain of MRS. W. L. WALL F.

ftaia their first impression of the town. Owners of water 'and forming a cloudburst Whereas Almighty God in his

business property should also get into the spirit of the Sunday. which rained for a short time wise providence has removed fromus
Will Wtlllama of Lake Into the lagoon.
thing--especially owners of buildings that were once afternoon with Mr. our beloved W.MS member,'
spent Sunday Now (about 0900) as I look at
occupied by military stores and other types of businesses and Mrs. S. L. Crews and chil- the atoll all that remains Is a Mrs. Murla Wall;

that "went" with Blanding. All old signs of dren. .I' great pink mist wtiltH Is beginning And whereas in the passing of

this nature should be removed along with all other Mr. and Mrs.' I., N. Newell of to drift to the leeward side Mrs. Wall we lose a faithful

f.aded'mementos of our military heyday. Hampton spent Sunday morning of the lagoon. The target area Christian helper;
these have been done M. L Johns. Is clear, but from this distancewe
Not until all things can with Mr. and Mrs. work!
And whereas, Mrs. Wall Fresh active right to
was one yeast
Starkefeel that it is ready to receive its distinguished Pfc Frank L. Tomlinson, who is are unable to determine which

guest, and the other visitors who will come to joinIn stationed at a Virginia Army cantonment ships are afloat. much loved and valued In her life No lost action-no extra steps. Helps give tweeter,
The noise of
veterans' celebration.Don't Is spending a convales- the explosion and services;
tastier bread smooth textureperfectfreshness
reached this flavor-light
ship about one min ,
cent furlough here following an And whereas we miss her more
appendectomy with his parents, ute after the blast, which verifies and more from our midst; IF YOU BAKE AT HOME-always vFleiachmann's

Build Now Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Tomlinson.Mr. a distance of 10 or 11 miles. active fresh Yeast with
The report was not loud and the Therefore be it resolved that we ,

and Mrs. I. M. Meadowsand concussion accompanying it was spread on the minutes of our so- the familiar yellow label. Dependablefor

Because we are in the midst of as serious a real small daughter Dorothy, mild.Where ciety this Instrument of resolution, than
the weekend here with her more 70 yearsAmerica'stested
estate inflation as this: country has ever seen, it is follyto spent mother,. Mrs. Minnie Gibson. the first bomb was disappointing that one be given for publication ..
build home in the present market accord- from the spectator'sviewpoint favorite.
buy or a In the local
Edwin Sheppard of Cecil Field newspaper, and one
the second lived
to Miles Colean former Assistant Federal Housing up
ing :! ,
spent the weekend with his to all
parents expectations. All about the way for the States within a weekor
Administrator. Mr. and Mrs T. M. Shep- deck I could hear exclamationsat
"Don't build. Don't buy," Colean declares in an ten days which-although none J4I1Af-d
the beauty and
:article in the August issue of House Beautiful magazine, pard.Mr.. and Mr. O. F. Tomlinson hugh fountain.The power of the perlence--Isn't of us would have a bit missed too soon this ex-to ;lt

a. publication which ordinarily encourages the construc- enjoyed a family reunion at their ship expects to get under- suit me.

tion of new homes.Recognized home here Sunday. Their chil-

as America's leading housing econ- dren and their sisters and brothers

omist, Colean hits straight from the shoulder in his I were with them.

advice to prospective home builders or buyers when he Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown .

states in the article: attended the Bradford County

. "It'll strange for a home magazine to recommend Singing Convention in Raiford Timeto

this. But if it's the truth, we should not be afraid to Sunday afternoon. .
No other advice makes Jackie Johns was a. Sunday
say no. any sense now. Except
under the direct necessity, stay out of the housing visitor of Johnnie Francis Crews.

market. You can't win except on the shortest of deals, Mra. Raymond Brown was a refresh

:and you are almost certain to lose in the long run." business visitor to Ocala: Satur-

Colean.points out that any builder or buyer in. the day.Mr.

present market only,,adds to the pressure on prices and and Mrs. Pledger Johns and
children Mr. and
that not, only will.they' lose but they will be forcing Mrs. Albert were Conner visiting in Midwayover (7/

then .to,lose: \ the weekend. (

"IT you buy or build now you face the grim outlook' .
+of losing in dollar value and quantity value he nr: rmcirrr co t'RT. BRADFORD
declare, ; 'Not'only. will you yourself lose, but you will CIaR Y.
TUffaello ..
be helpingothers'to lose, too, for every buyer added Daniel Caatlclla Caistlglla, Defendant.Plaintiff Case v

td today's market adds to the pressure on prices. Hole No. COtl.

in wbereyou. are,,if you possibly can, till the storm ORDER NOTICB OF PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR
Bwecpa by."This. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Daniel
Caatlclla. whole reildenc and ad- L
is '' dr... !i.: Ro. 1114
hard advice to take after four or five % Buraakl.
Third Avenue. New
York. New
years bF Vailing -planning. It is particularly hard York (or) Daniel CaetlRlla. sotKant

"advice after the fair prospects we could glimpse a year Torlt. 120th. Street New York. New.

and even less than a year ago. But the discouraging You arc required to appear on
September 11.' !..., In the above
fact is now plain: we are in the midst of as serious a named; Court and cam* wherein

real estate inflation as the country has seen. and plaintiff control aeekn of minor divorce child 4. eu Brad.to
"Inflation dangerous inflation <-- is here ford County Tolecrmph .hall pub. ,
now. Irish this Order la not four we.kly j,
Watch, look, and stop. There is an old Saying 'To l..ue*.

the starving man all bread is good: Today's building seal Wltneen at Stark.my, Florida hand and this official August

bread is bad. Be sure that you are starving before U. U44. \ )
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas \1 'S
you.: take it. Aa Clerk of aid Court. lr
T. Frank Landrum, Klerk Fla.Atty. \
for Pit. l-u it .u ,

I"rot CIRCUIT:.....". FI.OHIDV.rot RT. lilt*\D..ORD(.lll:>.

R. B. Alvarez & Son Florence C'IoK' Lavetlo. Plaintiff.

Franklin avello, Defendant. Ca..
50 17.

STATH OF FLORIDA to: Franklin I I1 H
Lavelle. whole r..lctnce andadd..u \ I
I. *k U. S. Appraiser Of .
Phone 179 fl".. 101 Varlck' Street New York. \ I l ll
N. Y.
You are required to appear on /
September la, U4tJ. In the abov. # /
named Court ant cau., wi>
We operate local and long plaintiff ....k. divorce. Bradford
Mating and I'ounty Telenrapn shall publish \\l
distance Anywhere in this Order In n.at four weekly' i.-
..Slprag, the State of Florida. Witness my hand and official seal
I': M Starke. Florida this August II,
if4e.IOFrTCIAL. 5,1
Moving \n ri.rk o' MM Court
IVIIIIam D. )for< Fla.! AUJV for Pit.13 4t t-u STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING co.TdGE .

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as his best man Hilton I ; ,
Austin and alight on Highway near the several days during the week S e e e e e .
also Wau bula, and '
was attended by Pete Mitchell. school house I Mrs. A. L Jackson L. Hinnon of Jacksonville: tai L
about 6
o'clock. The with Mr. and
LAWTEY L Bob Gilson acted as usher. plane became Bouvier here. of Jacksonville, and their son- L. Casey. Mr. and. Mm. 3.-a tare
entangled In the BrookerBy
Preceding the telephone lines and crashed Mr. and Mrs. W E. Feagle were I In-Jawancl daughter Mr. and Mrs. moving this week to PaJasfa i,
By The W. J. ceremony, Mrs. to In Hllllard Saturday and Sunday Wesley Hersey. also of Jackson On the sick list this ..... sea
. . 1OOD Churchwell of Starke beautifully the ground near the railroad, for rT, W. Markey .
s celebration of the twenty- ville. E. T. Young and little Pet .....
sang two traditional wed- tracks The pilot was uninjured Fifth . . .
ding wedding anniversary of Mrs.Feagte'e 1 Miss In Ann Myrick of Jacksonville We wish them a aJl"W'dJ'40
-CARTER songs, "At Dawning" and "1 except for a shaking up.
Love You parents Mr. and Mrs.C. CIIVUCII OF GOD REVIVAL Is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
L Margaret Louise Carter accompanied at F. Edwards. Little
JACK Helen
the piano by Mrs. Will TANNER LOSES FOOT Ed- A stirring revival series con- Robert Myrlck.
ter of Mr. arid Mrs Car} F.: who also played the Edwards Early Friday morning of last wards returned home with her ducted each night during the pre Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner and ,

r Cf this city and Wesley i marches. wedding week Jack Tanner 13, son of Mr. this aunt week.and uncle and Is their guest ceding two weeks closed Sundayat Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Conner returned YOUR WATCH

and Mrs. Dave Tanner, accidentally the Brooker Chul'l'Iot God. home last week followinga
son of Mr. and Mr. For the occasion
church stepped In front of a hay mow- Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Griner and The service were conducted by visit with relatives in Detroit
Sr., of Dalton, Ga.., was radiant with decorations Deserves the Best
!ng machine driven by J. S. Mrs. Martin Grlner and Ron, Martin two women evangelists' Vivian
i' united In marriage Sundayoon palms gladioli and calla lilies. Eunice at a field IV were of Daniels Mich.Mr.
hay near his supper guests Mr. and Murhee Hlgdon. and and Mrs. A F. Hall anti
at 4 o'clock at the Law- Following the church home here and and Mrs. S. V.
ceremony, his left foot was R. Martling in several conversions were made. children of Jacksonville
'Methodist Church. The 1m- Mrs. 0. W. Roberts, Mrs. Will H. severed from the leg about three Melrose Saturday. The Church of God World Wide spending a few days here with are

iive ring ceremony was per- Edwards, and Mrs. L. H. Futch Inches above the ankle. Follow Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Howling of Assembly opens September 10th Mrs. Hall's parents, Mr. and) Mrs.

d by the Rev. C. B. North were hostesses In the Methodist ing emergency treatment by Dr. Jacksonville were visitors of Mr. at Cleveland Tenn., and lasts It. :M. McRae.

L of the church. Parsonage at a lovely reception H. H. Adams In Starke, the lad and Mrs. E. W. Dinkins Monday. through September 17 and anyone Mrs. T. N. Norman and. son

I. Linda Carter slster of the with the bridal couple and the was taken to the Alachua County Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Turney are who can make the trip la cordially Gerald of Gum Branch and Mr.I

and Miss Esther Shuford line.wedding party In the receiving Hospital, in Gainesville where he spending several weeks with their Invited to attend. Rev and Mr. Barney Eggers of Jacksonville REPAIBTrustworthy
the bride, were the Mrs. Edwards presided Is reported out of Frank Marr.
of local
n of at danger. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and pastor the were visiting the H.
I' maids. Mr. Arwood had the punch bowl and Miss Florence church, stated. Service
McRae's .
's Mrs. Newton
SCHOOL TKAM Turney In Hartford, M'I
I McCulley had charge of the WINS Conn. The Missionary Band) of the and Mrs. H. II. Lewis
& !" bride's bookFollowing A pick-up softball team selected Church of God wishes
.. to thank
0051 11 (daughter Mrs W. C. Conner, left F.
from boys at Lawtey school Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Caldwell and. I Harley Strong
G i {h e those who contributed to the for
reception the
11 is.. III Tuesday Lakeland where they'
"mtak won a 9 to 4 victory Friday afternoon daughters are at Klngsley Lake i
.... ** bride and groom left for a wed- dime-folder drive for funds for will visit the bedside of Mrs.
101.....Mra.DM.HawMi.1htffi .. lr ding trip to Silver Springs and over the Boy Scouts In a, this there week ( having been Joined the: Church of God orphanage located Lewis' brother A. G. Fouls who 137 Went CmlT BC
; 'rasws other points of Interest In Flor- the fast moving five Inning game on Caldwell by of New Orleans Nurse Mary who Jo In Cleveland, Tenn. Llnnle Is In a hospital there due to In- CAMP: UI.ANIHNO JKUKINt'F. : ..&
school diamond. will
a." i
Reducing Han untilsyss ida. They will make their home return here with her family for Parker In the Leader of the Missionary juries sustained In a fall recently 1941LET'S

..<. out be the In Green Cove Springs following Billy Crosby of Greensboro was remainder of her vacation. Band. .
bit t ,.trY:=Mast er '= their return. Mr. Arwood. now visiting his aunt, Mrs. L, H.tutch Dr. and Mrs. R P .Stubblns WMS MEETING 0 D. McRae of Safety Harbor

uor Money Back. serving in the U. S. Navy is stationed over the weekend.Mrs. I. and daughter Mary Rivers, and The social and program meeting spent part of last week here with rrr ,.6, J
nlallnn.tonduttad by at Green Cove Naval Base. Margaret of the Brooker Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McRae.
| I Kelly New Peggy" Caldwell spent Saturdayand Baptist Church'sWoman's
l doctor. lost mor u.t o ttonanon i* Out of county guests! Included River is the guest of her son and Sunday at Keystone Heights. Missionary Society was We are glad to report that GO
nil few Mrs. Annie Curlee of Jacksonville, daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.H. held at the residence of Mrs. C'I Vernon Crosby. has returned to
""i"i5i.5jtai2rK. 'J Mr .and Mrs. Ira Rivera and Miss C. Kelly, this week. Having been In White Springs B I Colson Wednesday afternoon of his home" here much Improved
for their vacation ,Mr. and Mrs. I
Mary Rivers of Green Cove, ... last week, with the after spending several days in SKATINGOpen
Mrs. B. T.
No druia. No laTpotauSI.1 ... 'I.fu George Martin of High \.. E. Wilcox of Ft. Lauderdalewere prt'ahh'nt'l Glendale Hospital. In Palatka.
McCulley of Jacksonville Mrs. Beulah Harrell
Springs the ,
was Mills
Siai 1obiitt guest visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lewis of
-you jurtm'dowo. and Mrs. Rebecca Goheggan of The subject was taken from the
: Elithe Collins
; .
Simple when enjoy Green Friday and Sunday. M. Rlcharde and of Mrs. A. M. KlngManil flu., were visiting relatives .
asdirect d. Abao.pboiM Cove.BIUDEELF"r. Royal Service. Visitors i
AYDS Vitamin Candy Several of Lawtey's school chil- Richards Monday before going on presentIn here
hum3Odaya'! Iu auutuasAYDS recently. Nightly Except
addition to the 17
oc cadDrug a dren attended revival services at to Starke to visit other relatives.
i'iOW.' IIONQRKD) : Friends of Rev and Mrs W. K.
huirt-, 1'hone S$. Tear Evergreen" Baptist Church last Mrs. P. S. Colson of EI' Monday 7 to 10:30 1: IlL
Miss Margaret Carter lovely Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Hall and Wr. and Mrs. LucIan
this, ad 118 a reminder. week. Woodrow Paso, Texas, Mrs. Lee Harrell of
bride-elect of Sunday, August 25, Evangelist Flynn M D. Young were Mr. and Mrs. Conner who, are now on vacation
Jacksonville Mrs. Reed Col
was honored of Starke conducted the meetingsand Ira out west, will be Interested to
by a tea and bridal Young of Lake Butler.
son of Starke. The hastens served Frlilay. Saturday mad
shower given Friday of much Interest was displayed. learn that they expect to be home
last week Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Noser of delicious refreshments of sandwiches '
2 5 IVM.AJw
at the home of Mrs. George W. Miss Mary Belle Parrish of, Miami by Sunday.Mr. Sunday .to
were Saturday overnight cookies and Iced tea.
XPERT Roberts on Lake Avenue. Mrs. Santa Fe visited Lawtey school guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. and Mrs E A. Sapp anti

A .H. Harley Mrs. Will Edwards, Thursday of last week. Uouvler having come for their Mrs. Annie Hall returned to her children. of Hellbronn were here
Mrs. L. H. Futch Mr. and Mr*. Graydon Jones hunt in Miami Sunday afternoon.
and Mrs. Mae young grandson Johnny Bouvier Wdnsday followIng NEW MAPLE
Wells assisted Mrs. Roberts of Fort Myers were guests of Mr. an extended visit here with
III. who
as had made an extended
I . .. .
hostesses. and Mm. Louis H. Hill this week. Mr. e e
stay here with his paternal grand and Mrs Zedra Hamilton.
Miss Esther Shuford. Miss Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Terry and parents.Mr. Mr. anti Mrs. Bill Plummer
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Durham I Graham FLOOR
few In
Marycille spent a Jacksonville
Darley and Miss Grace days
i .
( and Mrs. H. M. Richarde
Mr. Mrs.R. .
Crews assisted! Miss Carter to visiting Terry's slater last week" I
O. Bell, in High Springs Sat- and children. Jane and Henry By I'll'll. John McKlnney
and Mrs Eva demons and
open display the beautiful children
many -
cep j gifts, after which delicious urday. While there* they also were Durden with at Mr.Jacksonville and Mrs. II.Beach A. M. D .and Evon were dinner' . . . New Shoe Skates

refreshments of ice cream and visited many friends. from until guests of Mr. and Mr. Tom Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle lines and

ERV IC E. cake were served the mother) and Mrs. Joyce Futch and children that time Friday Mrs. A. Sunday M. Richarde At In Worthington Spring.' son Richard returned home Wednesday For Rent and Sale
and Miss Blithe Collins in
aunts of were Sunday. .
the bride-elect and forty- visited her daughter, Mrn. Annie to Longwood after visitIng
five other Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. Miles Febbie Forsyth of Jacksonville Mr. John
Chas. C. guests present for the R Norman, in Jacksonville McKinney.
and Mrs. Jack Bales
occasion. were was the guest Sunday of Ottls McKinney spent the weekend
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Mr and Mrs.. F.. W. Dlnkinx Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Melvin and In WaMo with his cousin, SHARPLESSROLLER
Shepherdt MRS. II. R. SAPP HONORED Blocker at Jacksonville each and their son LN, were Saturday family Harold Ward.

Mrs. H. R. Sapp was the aston- Saturday. guests of Mrs. Dinkins' parents,
Staff Sergeant Cecil Melvin returned Recent guests of Mr. and Mm.
JU t Gay's Service StationExpert ished honoree at a delightful surprise Miss Arthurlne I Blanchard of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Grlffls In Law to his home here this W. P. Bennett were Mr. and Mm, RINK

birthday anniversary din Jacksonville in spending her va- tey. week following two and one-hall John Mr. and Mrs,

ner Sunday given at her home cation here with her parents, Mr. Lynwood Watts and son, Lyn- years of Army service, several Russell Staring and son James,

near Lawtey by her son, EveretteE and Mrs. A. 1>r. Blachard. wood Jr., visited relatives In months of which were spent over- Mr and Mr*. J. Atkins: of Hampton Green Cove SpringEARL'S

.Burney, Sr., of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reddish and Sopchoppy from Monday until seas. He received his honorable and :Mr. and Mrs. Purvis

I l and her grandchildren. This was son Bobby, of Webster, are visit I Wednesday discharge at Fort Bragg N. C. Hasen and children, Mr. and Mrs I ..

Mrs. Sapp's 80th anniversary.Those ing Mr. Redcllah's parents Mr. Mr. and Mrn. T. W. Markey ___ __n__ _m___
. . . '
this and Mrs. V. R. Reddish. 'I
present on happy Mr. E. J. Lewis and John William

occasion were Mrs. Sapp's son Mr. and Mrs .Harry Fitzpatrick Green were in Lake Butler

and daught n-Iaw, Mr. and I and children, Harry and Dona Theressa Friday afternoon of last week. GARAGE
Mrs. Burne'y; and her grandchildren were guests of Mrs. Miner last Mr and Mrs Herchell Lay-
Eva MM TriestMrs. ,
E. E. Jr.. Billy, Bobby, and I Sunday .By. . . field and children were visitinghis One-LieU Mile Sooth of Stark. on Rod U
ll' Faye Burney. and Vann Burneyand Mrs. Thomas Rhoden and neice, parents In Trenton Sunday.

1 his sons Skip and Billy and of Fort Pierce are guests of Mr. Dan Loper and Mrs. Louise Mrs. Canty William. of St. Au- All Kinds of Auto Work

Mr. and Mrs. George McMillanand and Mrs/ C. A McSwain this Blankinskys were shopping In gustine was the weekend guest of

son, Jimmy, of Gainesville.\ week. Starke Thursday of last week.B. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hazen. ALL WORK DBEII Wrrvker ..>.i.....

John Plnholster was a business GUARANTEED AUTO PARTS DAY OR NKUTT
PLANE CRASH THURSDAYThere e C . S C. Ouirtey of Phrlne Is the visitor in Jacksonville Tusday.\
some excite- guest of his aunt, Miss Ida Hagan, .
was quite
Mrs. Agnes Smith and Miss rr 6" "
Bicycle ment In Lawtey Thursday afternoon State FarmBy and other relatives here. Martha Lee Rimes of Baltimore,
of last week when the pilot Mr. and Mrs. William Beshler Md., are visiting their parents,

Repair of a small airplane attempted to Mm. Bryan WMtfleld and daughter Esther, were in I Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Rimes, this .

. . . Stark Saturday -
ther It's a major operas Mrs. Beck and sisters week.Mr.
were W. O. Rimes and Mrs
or the mere tightening
I bolt you can be sure your Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Mcl anon visiting In Melrose Friday morn I Karl Green were In Starke Mon-

pjrcle will receive and .variaeira-eulyb..ring. announce the birth of their sec ing. day.
prompt S.
ref ul 1 attention here. ...rcproIirae.17. High! .U content. ond Bon In the Alachua County Mr and Mrs. D. L. Roby and . . . r after the
children were in Keystone Heights
ordd NOWI Hospital, Gainesville, on August game...
T. SMI bust .Ioctio, 25.: Saturday. Pine LevelBy
Truman Dickinson. of Green

BICYCLE STORES During the past week Mr. and Cove Springs was the guest of his Mrs. II. M. McKee
Cw Mrs. L. F. Chapman returned
J! mother Mrs. J. P. Dickinson e e e e e .
% E. Call St. starke from Tennessee where they spenta over the weekend.
pleasant vacation at Mrs. Chap- Services at Pine Level Baptist
Suman Hlnderson of Alabama
man's girl-hood home near Fairfield Church were well attended Sunday -
.. Is Mr. Mrs. D. L.
visiting and
During their stay they were morning and night and J. E.
Joined by relatives among whom Roby and family. Murrhee of Hllllard conducted (..tl'TI4AN

Can Use More Pulpwood were Lt Col. and Mm. L. F. Jackie and Beverly Gerald ot the meetings In the absence ot IC "

Chapman and sons who visited In Jacksonville are spending the the regular pastor, W. E. Hall, ,
several Alabama and Tennessee week here with their grandparents who Is on vacation. Mr. and Mrs
gyasp. WRITE TIMBER points when en route to Washington Mr. and Mrs. W W. Pack- Murrhee and son, I Edward, were

Container Corp'n. of America. Fernandina. Fla. I D. C. where they are now ham.E. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. awl -e.11111-

I. making their home. :. S. SIbley and daughter, Ruth, Alton Dobbs
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bradley and Mrs. E. K. Powell Grace Dlckln Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs

FRESHSEAFOOD their children, Jlmmle Leslie and lIOn Mary Joyce Powell and Betty H. If Lewis were Mrs. Lewis ."_r_

Carolyn returned last week from Bronson spent Monday In Galn s- sisters, Mrs. Alice Crosby of

Georgia where they visited relatives vllle. Tampa Mrs. Thomas Lamb <>t

In Atlanta and adjoining Mrs. A. B. McGllney, Mrs. H. -

towns. Of special Interest was K. Moorer and Mrs. B. C. Pow-

, and their attendance at the Bradley ell. Mrs. Elmer Powell Mary GE HE Ladies & Misses

family reunion which was held at Joyce Powell and Betty Bronsonof fs EEDrr SURE

Mr .Bradley's former home near Miami are guests this week ot
4 Blouses .. .. 95c
POULTRYTHE Monroe. Mrs. E. S. SIbley and family. RELEFfORACDNDIGESTON Rayon -

Thursday night dinner guestsof Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelsey z

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wallace spent Tuesday In Jacksonville. / !.. .
-- -- -
were Mrs. Isabel Edwards, Mr Martha Will Castleberry of

and Mrs. B. L. Rose and little Miami Is spending this week with

FINS & FEATHERSNext daughter, Jane, Mary Wells Mrs. her family. Mr and Mrs J. C. M Skirts 95c
of Rayon I - -
Dan Bryant and John Mynihan Cochrane.
Door to Alvarez Store Jacksonville. Jane Ross remained Junior Heresy returned to his .o

PHONE WE DELIVER until Sunday when her parentsand home here following his honorable MA SIZES.
70 the Jacksonville relatives of discharge from the Navy at Jack

Mrs. Wallace were supper guests sonvill Monday. H* was with amine Carpenter's Drug Storr --- -

of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace. At that sweeper unit anti was stationed -

time Mrs. Edwards remained for In the Philippine Iilands.

When Time to Recap! a week's visit with her sister and Mrs. A. B. McOllney. Mrs. H. E. Ladies Play Shoes .- .- .95c
Your Tires Are Slick brother-in-law. Moorer. Mrs. B. C. Powell. Mrs.

RECAPPING Miss Melvene Davis returned Elmer Powell. Mn, E. S. Sibley, M.I. SIZES

VULCANIZING home Monday following her vaca-. and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie SwIn-
AND SND tion work at Belk-Lindsey In dell were visiting relatives In (4
ALL -- -- ----- --" -
Gainesville.Mrs. Waldo Sunday afternoon.
TUBES C. W. Norton and son,: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Elland,

% Charles. Jr.. returned to their, Mrs. S. E. Triest, Inem and Wilbur -
=ft. 21-HOUR SERVICE home In Wewahltchka Tuesday Neel Thomas and Eva Ma Rayon .

BEST MATERIALS after having visited) Dr. and Mrs.J .: Triest were visiting Mr. M. Mar Canvas AwningsFREE

GRADE "A" RUBBER M. Hembree since Friday. I tensen In the Lake City Hospital SIZE 12 to 18
BouTler wu In Atlanta : .
Mrs. J. A. Sunday .
Ir Workmanship Guaranteed Ga., during the past weekto and Mrs. A. H. K lsy returned ESTIMATES I" "

IrI PHONE 79 attend the marriage of her home after spending a few .

I "' grandson Marshaff Bouvier Jr.,I days In Indiana. Nick's Bargain HouseTWO

to Miss Florence Akers. The wed.. Miss Irene Cochran returned

ding was an event of August 28 home after spending a fmv days ANDREWS

STARKE TIRE SERVICEAdjoining In All Saints Episcopal Church. with her sister Mrs. ),1. M. Castl I I AWNING CO. BLOCKS FROM BUS STATION

Mrs Bouvier was accompanied by berry of Miami. I NOltTIf 'os ROAD 13U'

Temple Ave. her granddaughteR ).11.. Betty Ernest T r Ie. t was visiting' lAke Butler na.I .
Temple Garage McRae of McIntosh who spent, friends In Miami last weekend. -

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FOUR _______ -- -
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Wed In Oil CityMr. Baptist TEL Class ml,-. at Stark my, Florida hand and this official august

I. and CLUBS 27, 1946.OFKICIAli.
J s Met MondayThe SEAL) A. JT. Thomas.. Now ServingLine
AH Clerk of Bald Court. "
d dr TEL Fellowship Class of T. Frank f.sndrum 8tark: ., Fin
ill .I AUy. fur I'lf. 8-30 4t 0-20 or
Mrs. Slade Hostess Mrs. Sewell HostessComplimenting \ the First Baptist Church held Its -

regular monthly meeting Monday IN (...'CI'I'r COURT, nn,4o'ollo, ners, Short
t At Dinner Party VisitorAt afternoon at the home of Mrs. tOI'NTV. FLORIDA IN CIIA.N.: Ord ta

Luncheon W. J. Epperson Sr., on South Sandwich
Slade entertained Ruth Dorothy Pyn Evens, Plaintiff '
Mr and Mrs. Walnut, St. The business meeting VM. Max Evans Defendant.
i last Friday evening with a Mrs. W. B. Sewell was hostess was conducted by :Mrs R. L. Cane No. 5033.ORDER It Clean Quit
dinner party given at their Kings- class voted to OF PUBLICATION
of Wednesday morning at a bridge- Thomas and the ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR Place
The mantel To
ley Lake home. to the Church building STATE OF FLORIDA EIX
give $10 to: Mr.
the living room was decked with luncheon given at her home on the first Sunday In Sep- Max Evans, whose residence and
palmettoei and ate summer North Walnut Street in honor of fund on address In 413 West 21st Street
tember. Mrs. Epperson then servj New York New York.
flowers. Mrs. W. H. Beck of Chattanooga. and
ed refreshments of punch You are require to appear on
The guests enjoyed several progressions -i Tenn. who Is the home guest of cake and was assisted by Mrs. September named Court 80. and 1B48 In the
of bridge after dinner her mother Mrs. J. B. Cottrell, at B. D. Law and Mrs. G. A. Ander- plaintiff. seeks divorce abov.1 i
and Mrs. W. B. Sewell won high business meetingof County Telegraph shall
Kingsley Lake. The guests play. )1{tit son. The next Order In next four weekly IHSUCS. CAT
for women. R. F. Demorest was ed bridge before luncheon and the class will be held at the Witness my hand and '

awarded high prize for men. Mrs. O. L Beasley won high prize NJrF home of Mrs. P. M. Barefoot. seal I at 8tarkexFlorida this August

Guests Included Mrs. Janie Pearl which was a double deck of play 1 27. 1948. 1

Davenport of Baxley Ga., Mr. and Ing cards. The honoree was ii vi i Methodist CirclesCircles A(OFFICIAL" Clerk of SEAL said )Court.A. J. Thomas-. Open Sundays
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair of Athens presented a guest prize a lovely vS4 T. Frank Lrlndrum Starke. Florida,

Ga., Mr. and Mrs. L D. Vlnlng pair of white pillow cases. y of the WSCS of the Atty for Plf. ". s-10t 9-20

Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest, The living room and dining Methotllat Church. will meet at -

Mrs T. T. Long. Mr. and Mrs. room of the Sewell home where : Tuesday; September3rd. .
3:30 m. '
Lloyd Lewis of Wilmington. Del., of p. TO THE-
decorated with lovely vases The date has been changed VOTERSOF
and Miss Peggy Forehand of Albany red roses and pom pom zinnias. from Monday because of Labor

Ca.Hamburger. Those present to enjoy this delightful -

affair were: Mrs. W H. Day.Circle One with Mrs A W. THE CITY OF STARlj

Fry Beck Mrs. J. B. Cottrell Mrs e will be
Anderson as
Fred( Guy Mrs. Tom Slade. Mr, fit, e s
For IntermediatesMrs. entertained by Mrs. O. L. Haynes In announcing
T. T. Long, Mrs. O. L. Beasley my can d idacy for
her home on Water
Mrs. K G. Duncan and Miss
W. J. Churchwell was Madge Middleton. he Circle Two with Mrs. A. Z. membership on the- City Council, it

hostess Thursday evening of last 'Adkins as chairman will be en- is
week at a hamburger fry In hon- tertained by Mrs. E. L. Matthewsat my desire to be of help in the

or of her Intermediate Sunday St. Mark's Auxiliary Lake.
her cottage on Klngsley government of the affairs
School Class. The group enjoyed Plains LuncheonThe of the city

eating supper out in the back: in which I
am a taxpayer
Club To MeetThe and
yard of the parsonage, and for I Women's Auxiliary of St. Jr. am

dessert Mrs. Churchwell served : Mark's Episcopal Church met is in business.

delicious raspberry Ice cream. She 'I' Monday afternoon at the Church Junior Women's Club will
hold its regu'ar monthly ..u*tingThursday
was assisted by Mrs. Nelson
Service Center with the president I am"fo
Green. Mrs. Mattie B. Gahagan presid- evening, Sept. 5, at 8-00: anything constructive that
o'clock In the club building. Hostesses -
The young people enjoyed an ing. Plans w re discussed for tends toward a desirable
will be Mrs city in
for meeting
evening of .outdoor games and holding a covered dish luncheon and Mrs. Harry 1. Johnson of Oil City. Pa., are pictured

eleven members of the class were following the church service on following their wedding on May 6 In the Trinity Methodist Churchin James Dennis Miss Frances Peek* which to live.
present. Sept. 1 at the Service Center. All Oil City. and Mr>>. Harold A. Bishop Jr.

members of the church are Invited -
-- Mrs. Johnson Is the former Miss Rosa Lee Allen, daughter of I am for running a city
to be present. Circle PostponedThe government
Mr. and Mrs R. G. Allen of Brooker. Mr. Johnson is the son of
The Rev. Fred O. Yerkes who as a paying business.
has been enjoying a vacation at Mra. F. F. Shepard of 28 1-2 Holyday St., Oil City where Mrs. John- regular meeting of the

Sewanee, Tenn. will return Sept. son Is making her home until Mr. Johnson's discharge from the Business Women's Circle of the

1 and conduct the morning service U. S. Army. Baptist Church has been post- I am for the things that make the

and Holy Communion at that poned until 7:45: p. m., Monday
i time. Sept. 9.EntJE. community a healthful one in which

to live.

:o I : ANN LEWISMr. *" T
:\ I I Iii and Mrs. Ovid Lewis of; To the voters I wish to say that the
e C Jacksonville announce the arrivalof
HOWDY FOLKS Dentists are demands
about the only men who cant I _I _'t... .. a baby daughter Emilie Ann of my business make it impossible -

tell a woman to open or shuts I Well well Seems as If I I are driving up with her and the on August 22 at St. Vincent's for me to canvass for \"otts.f .
'I in Jacksonville Mr
her mouth and get away with owe Martha Wood a n humble I, threesome will visit Merton's fam- Hospital

It. apology for stating last week that ily in Buffalo N. Y. This Lewis Is a native of Bradford If you know me and feel that I am
and Is well known here.
she was trying to be low candidate I. will be June's first trip North County
Doctor: tIC 0 n ratulatlons. qualified to be of the five
one members
t I on the City Council ticketIn and to say that she's excited Is
You're the father of
triplets. order to collect a bet from her putting it.mildly Call Street Absentee Voting
Politician I demand of the Council I will
: "Impossible appreciate
.s brother. Bill To the contrary Capers: Buddy Bishop L. M.

a recount. seems that Martha is in dead Gaines and Hugh Ingram practicing Persons who will be away from your vote, and promise to do

No man ever convinced his wife earnest and is gol.g all-out for putts on the sidewalk In frontof town on City Election day Sept I _

that a pretty stenographer wan sou election For further details Leila's plate glass window 10 may cast absented ballots conscientiously all the things that

a efficient. an ugly one. I see her ad In this week's paper Be too bad if that little golf ball through Friday Sept: 6.: Ballot .

'Tla a good thing the weatherIs I went astray Three huge may be obtained at the office' -of: will' be beneficial. to .a well governed

Wouldn't know about that, cooling off slightly,_ for politicsIs turtles (still alive) .displayed topsy City Clerk Carl Johns.IN .. .
but we do know that we like JLPorn'i; certainly warming'up! .* turvy by Glenn Wood In front of city. Ter Sera "* "

to give efficient service: That pint off Fins & Feathers'. One turtle COI CIKCI*TY.'IT FLORIUAl COritT BRADFORD IM VUAJk

means water for your radia- Pfc. Wm. T. (Billy). Jackson Inscribed with the name of cBitr. : T. '_ ,"

tor-free air for your tires bruyragAntomolilcInsurance underwent an operation last George Flynn and one with the Carter Thelma Brown Llayae..f.In/Jft.. / viol. JUNIUS M. SMITH

-and quality gas and lubri- Wednesday at Oliver General Hospital name of Harry Tucker Cane No. 6026OKDEH :

cation for a smoother run- Augusta Ga. Purpose OF PUBLICATION
ning car. Drive in today. was to remove a small infectionIn Hear' the T. K. McClanen and STATE OF FLORIDA to: Thelma

the flesh Understand the Charllne Layne whose residenceand
sons will return to Gainesville
address U % Mrs. Saylor Kunyan. -
GULF OIL PRODUCTS E. Johns doctors find his arm to be progressing this week after three delightful Box r:0eq8: Kentucky.
Charley You
to appear on
satisfactorily and be-
Washing Polishing months at the Burns cottage on Monday. September SOth 1948, In
Agencyt lieve this will be the last opera- Kingsley Other folks we'll the above named Court and cause, I
Greasing tion necessary Billy Is expected miss: James and Anna Carmen wherein plaintiff aeeka divorce.
STABKE FLA. Hradford County Telegraph shall
IS ,
home on furlough soon Stearns and young son, Alexander publlxh' thin Order In next four
Temple & Lake Maude Halle (:Mrs. G. W.) just who left this week for the weekly IssuesWltneae
hand and official
Service Station back from a flying trip to pointsin Panama Canal Zone where the seal at Htarko my, Florida this 28th
:..0"; Ohio and Indiana and report- head of the house will be day of August 1940.
that she is em- OFFICIAL HEAL! ) A. J. Thomas,
Ing sold solid the
Phone 179 on ployed by Uncle Sam to teach Aw Clerk of Bald Court.
II R.pr.wetiag' THE TRAVELERS. HertfordYOU'RE east, comfort and speed of air Spanish children bl American John J .Henderson, $,t. AuirURtlne,
travel She was thrilled to "'Ia.. Atty. for Plf. 8-30 4t 9-20
-- -- --- ------------ families The Stearns have

death over how different everything been living In Starke all Sum- IN riHCI IT COURT BRADFORD

ALWAYS WELCOME ATMcDavid's looks from the air mer while James studied at the 'CtL""TII".. FIOHIUAt IN CHAN.ticnr. PErr

University He Is the son of Alice W. Judy .Plaintiff vs. William -
Louise Stern, Call Street's talented A.ell Judy. Defendant. Cane
the late Lester' Stearns who will No. 6010.
& Market young pianist, is quite busy be remembered by the older residents OHDER OF PUBLICATION
Grocery these days, getting ready ::0 depart ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR
In as a portege of the late N. STATE OF FLORIDA to: William -
September for the Conservatory B. Hull The elder Stearns Aiell Judy whose residence
of Music In St. Louis and address In Box 247 Koute 4,
SUCCESSOR TO GUY'S MARKET left here In 1914 and James was Plerpont. Charleston Mouth Caro-
Wednesday night Evelyn '
born and reared In West Palm lina.

225 S. Walnut St. Starke, Fla. the Stump Presbyterian entertained Choir member at .n Info of- Beach .He wall in military Intelligence -i September You are 10 required, 1946. to In appear the abovenam..d cto

In Puerto Rico for 2 Court and cause, wherein
-mal get-together In honor of 1-2 years (where he met his wife) I plaintiff seek divorce and custodyof
Louise and she was also honoreeat child. Bradford County Telegraph
and with the military governmentin I shall publish, this Order In Sl/iii( 144ntd Sl'loun
a party given by her musical next four weekly Issues
Germany and
a a half
honor sorority Phi Mu In Jack-
Enjoyed knowing them and seal eStarka Florridaldthls27th,
sonville tother .
eight Hear
of August 1946.
hope they get back this RICHARD IIUDNUT CONSULTANT
that Francine F way some, (OFFICIAL SEAL
11. S. No.1IDAHO I s her ex-Call- ) A. J. Thomas.
day A. Cleric of said Court.
POTATOES 5 lb.. for .23 streeter now. of Green Cove has I John J. Henderson, 1':....., St. Augustine . will be in our Cosmetic Department
been named assistant professor of I Fla. Atty. for Plf. 8-30 4t 8-20

plant pathology at the University, A very pleasant fishing-picnic for one week, start
Fancy PinkTOMATOES of Florida .'. She'll Join the staff was given Monday afternoon at IN cinrriT COURT BRADFORD
I Sand Hill Lake by Capt. and Mrs. COlrV. FLOHIUAl CHAM.Joseph demonstrate
of the Citrus Experiment Stationat l'EICV. ing September 2, to
Ib. .13
Lake Alfred having recently Derrick and the J. B. Cottrells in Kbro, Plaintiff, v... Leonllda

received her Master's at Michigan honor of the latters' guests Mr Ebro ORDER, Defendant.OF PUBLICATION Cane No. 6031. DuBarry toiletries and help

Fancy California State College and Mrs. Wm. H. Beck and children AND NOTICE TO APPEAR beauty
Barbara. Dorrlne and Billyof STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mm you with your individual
APPLESIb.----- -.13 Leonllda Enro, wbn... residence and
Glimpsed the Bralnaril Harveysand Chattanooga. Tenn. Hear address Is 1728 0th Street: Brooklyn will bring you
daughter Elizabeth Ann. In that Mrs. Beck caught her first New York; problems. She

BROOMS 5 string .49 fish so 'twas quite an eventful You are required to appear on -
town Monday Just back from a September 39, 1948. In the above s hints for face and figure perfection
delightful seven weeks' vacationIn outing Beaucoup requests for named plaintiff Court seeks and cause, wherein

SUGAR 5 Ibs. .38 New York They were on the roll recipe used by Evelyn County Telegraph divorce shall publish Bradford this .. from the famous Success
Rltch at Order In next four weekly issues
their way to Miami where Braln- a recent luncheon, so
ard Is being transferred by the here 'tis (credit to Vernal Classof seal atnStark.yFlohand! ,and this August School at the Richard Hudnut

BLEACH Quart .10 Seaboard after five years in th, Lexington Ky.): 27. 1948. and tell
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Fifth Avenue Salon -
ticket window in Starke 4 cups flour 2 level tablespoons As Clerk of said Court.

Seems they. hate to leave Starke melted shortening 1-3 cup water, T. Frank Landrum Stark, F.... the newest styles
all about
STRING BEANS No. 2 Ally for Plf. you
.10 g.jo 4t -20
can and their many friends here 1 egg l teaspoon' salt 2 yeast
being small-town lover at heart cakes. Sift flour twice and IN CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD in make-up.

Table SALT 31 1-2 lb. flat pkgs. .10 and not at all sure how they'll measure.. Beat egg mix with 1.4 Cot N't'W', PtOBIOAHAN_

like the Magic City Hear cup water and yeast and 1 tablespoon John'rf."Oraves tKHJT Plaintiff .... Mar own
that Everctte McKinney Freddie sugar Melt shortening.Mix garet Louise Grave.. D e f .endant WAITING FOR YOU is your very
PULpburyFLOUR Whnberly. Nina Bishop Garland with\ 1 Call. No. 033.
'"' cup water, salt and ORDER OF PUBLICATION simple
10 Iba. Godwin Maxie Carter. Barbara rest of AND Success-O-Plan a
plain .69 NOTICE
e sugar. Add this to liquid TO APPEAR

Cameron, and Buddy and Lillian Ingredient. Stir In flour put In Margaret STATE Louise OF FLORIDA Graves, to whoa: Mrs e organizer" to teach you

Bishop formed a congenial eight. bowl with cover. Place in refrigerator residence and address U Mount "beauty

Jewel LARD, 4 Ibs. for Tip! some at Jacksonville. Beach Sat. Next day roll on Pleasant You are Mouth Carolina. the routine that DuBarry Success
required to
I urday night Hear they rode floured hoard cut and place In September ao, 194, In appear the above on
the .roller-coaster till Maxie got greased pan to rls.. Bake In named Court.and cause. wherein School Students have found so
seasick I hot oven. These rolls never fall County Telegraph seeks divorce shall publish Bradford thlLAXATIVE in
See Full Line of Choice Meats the date
and do not have to be put In refrigerator rewarding. Keep

Seems that all our talented nut can be used In 1' 1' Sept 2-
musicians are bidding us adieu II about 2 hrs. after making up. If / mind: all week starting

For Special ValuesWE June Patel leave desired 'r su P Pp

Saturday morning to study at I Sto
the Conservatory of Music In New t!& Koch Drug
DELIVER PHONE 159 Scute me now, while I go make HAT sa 5
York Her sister Margie and
up a batch C. T.w Sosi, f4..
-- borth.r-in-law, Merton Galloway Carolyn. if+f al.tl7Dn'Stang STARKE FLORIDAPAGE



L AfOMT SO. 1948
.\ ,
.-. ... -. ...- .. .- .. . .. STARKK.. FLORID TAGilRiai
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of LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Annie Lou Godwin and MV.. B.
!BITS I Mrs W. J. Chandler left Sun- home: Friday after Sewell returned :Mr and Mrs. R. J. Davis and Miss Shirley Colley who la at.
spending a Mesa
Davis spent Thurs- Tailor-Made
day for an extended visit with two u-eek'a tending summer session at
vacation in Daytona day of t
last week in Gainesville.
Snyder who Is on'. Mr. and Mrs. Carl their brother-in-law and sister, Beach. FSCW In Tallahassee will arrive SEAT COVERS
Louise Johns and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Charles Knight spent last weekend _
on .pent the first of thisIn children and Mrs. Joe Martinez '.n Griffin. Ga. Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. C. CJ. Deriso of In Gainesville with his par- this weekend to spend a vacation
laclcsonvine as the guest spent Tuesday in Jacksonville. Valdosta Oa., were weekend with her family.

9 Marie Register. Mrs. A. W. Anderson was the was N. A. Powell, of Onndale: 0., guests of Mr. and Mrs. Resale ents.Mrs., Cora Marahburn of Talla- Mrs Alice Lansing and Miss. seat
W K. Wilder and guest of her uncle the guest of Ills cousins, Colxon and family.Mr. Mary Alice Yarbrough left Thurs.
Jam' Mrs and aunt. Mr. 1>fand Mrs. inssee has returned to her home
returned and Mrs. Charley J. Powell Mrs. day for Madison WIs.. where
|," Bobby Jean C. A. Rowand In Thursday and and W. L. Andrews I after spending a week' vacation !Ih..ro
sy ? last week to theirin Lakeland Monday. The Rowands week. He was Friday of last now residing at KlngMey Lake with her mother Mrs. O. W. they will visit Miss! Fay Ynrbrough. -

Plnecastle following aLre are former residents of Starke. by Misses accompanied home had as guests Friday night Mr. Alderman, Mary Alice will enter
Wilder's sis- Mary and Betty Powell and Mrs. T. C. Chastain college In Wisconsin this fall
with Mrs. BATHROOM: STOOLS $1 each who will anddaught..r 'I Beryl Jean St. Peter of Gainesville -
enjoy a short
vacation -
Gill at Kingsley at Sam Sue 1:111of Hampton.Five i Is Mr. and Mrs.
Irs Faye Rimenlierg 4: Son. In Ohio. spending a few days this Roy Mathews of
)[rs. Gill returned with Mr and Mrs. Chas. Johnson. of Mrs. Andrews' sisters week as the guest of Mr. and Palntka spent Sunday: with their
for a hort visit. Mr. and Mrs. John Gerhehardt Hawkins Misses Jacqueline and, Joyce were weekend guests anil. were Airs. Harry Mooty. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and All Work C.uanuitec.1WARD

I and Mrs J. D. Doyle spent and Children and Herbert Selen of Keystone Heightshad Mrs. J. L. Dowling of Daytona Mr. and. :Mrs: Charlie Mundyand Mrs. Billy Dowling.Mrs. .

iv In Green Cove Springs of Teaneck. N. J. were guests of weekend as their guests over the Beach, Mrs C. D. Addison of family of Laurens, S. C., arrived Eva RiKigers: of Wmichuta: SEAT

its of Mr. Doyle's mother, Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow. Mrs. of Jacksonville.Mr. Miss. Slna Braddock Ocala. Mrs F H. Douglass of Thursday to spend several Is the guest this week of Mr and COVER CO.ti.1Y'S .

Annie L Doyle, and his slabs. Carrie Ward and other friends Alachua. Mrs. F. H. Chancey of days with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mrs. Gcorg<4W. Thomas. '
C A. Geiser.: here Sunday enroute and Mrs. H. G. Arnold of West Palm Beach and Mrs Chas- Mundy Jr. i .
to Tampa. Tarpon Miss Wanda Pearce and Miss NKKVICE STAU@i'hone
and I* fitted for your fall All are former Springs were guests last taln. Mrs. Fred D. Sellers and son, I
r residents of Starke week of Dr. and Mrs. Frank J. Betty Ann Flynn spent Wednesday :' 10 Court a .....-. $ ...
Inter Splrelto garment also and noted many changes from the Bryson. Mrs. W. L. Edwards and daughter Sonny of Delray Beach spent In Jacksonville I
i for. your daughter. Made old times. from were enroute home Fredrlka of Jacksonville Monday night with Mrs. Sellers'
.. new nylon material. Cork Mr. and Mrs. Millard Judd and The York. were Klnnaley Lake guests last sister Mrs. Mary Lee Hancock. -
)Ir'l. Frank Hoover. tf family returned Rev. and Mrs. Charles H. week of Mrs. J. L Brlggs. Miss Gloria Buford of Jacksonville .
Tuesday from a I
Allen. Mrs. E.
Janet Anderson returnedr vacation trip to Tenn where they M. Davis and the Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Andrews spent last weekend herewith

home here Sunday after visited relatives and friends. Mr. Presbyterian Choir Were delightfully were visiting In Lake City Sun- Mr. and Mrs R. C. Buforil.

Big a two weeks' vacation Judd's grandfather. R. Cal- entertained at the Presby- day afternoon. Mrs. Lee Allen and children, ELECTMartha

I relatives In Georgia and lahan. returned with them for terian Frank J.Manse by I Dr. anJ Mrs TIIEU-\UE.: .. n\1KS May and Lee of Jacksonville

|"iIt'e She Is upending this a visit here.SPECl:1L. Bryson Monday night. $0.45 each at Sum ItowntxrK A spent Monday and Tuesday as
1 at the Wadsworth cottage I I I : Guaranteed Mr. Allen was renewing his Son. guests of Mr. anal Mrs. R. K.
permanent -
friendships here where
he served
Lake and had Miss Mary Louise Dtirshlmer Demurest
JmoKlyn as wave $3: at Leila's ,
I Beauty as pastor of the Presbyterian her Mrs. Mae Edward and Miss
jests Wednesday Thursday !I Salon. accompanied by aunt ,)4191. H
day, MIHS. Doris Moncrlef Mrs. E. T. Shull had her sisters Church for several years. He Is Margaret Durshimer of Brj ;lfM.! Elaine Edwards returned home

> Stat, Farm and Miss Joan : Miss Eleonore Sakaly of now pastor of Pinellaa Presby- villa Is spending some time .t !Sunday after spending a week's

intet of Starke. I Miami and Miss Kay Sakaly of terian Church near St. Peters. the home of her uncle, Mr. N. J. Vfccatlon in Daytona as the guestsof
Durshimer Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Edwards::,
home portraits see T. II.re. New burg.Mrs. of Mllledgevllle Ga.
f La., as her
guests M. C. Wells of Jacksonville and Mr. s .
See ad on page 8. over the weekend. II Chandler and Jim Stith will and Mrs. J. W. Edwards
was the guest Tuesday of leave Friday to return to their Jr.

her parents Mr. and Mrs. K S. home in Washington D. C., after Miss Idakm Davis Is spendinga (

Hutto.n.TIlIt1. spending\ several weeks here with week In McIntosh as the guestof Powell WoodTO

: STOOLS *| earn their grandparents, Mr. and Mm.H. Miss Betty McRae.

Every branch of at !Sum KoHenberg &: Son.Mfa. L. Brownlee. Earl Johnson of Metier Ga.

A Thurman Hathaway and Mrs T. Frank Landrum andchlhlr..n spent last weekend with his famly -
son Thurman Jr. of Macon. Ga. are spending this weekIn h.re.Mra. ,

INSURANCECONSTANT are visiting Mrs. Hathaway's sister Brookttvllle with Mr. Land- J. M. Mitchell and Miss THE

I Mrs. Bill Sexton and aunt rum's parents. Lucille Mitchell have returned"

Mrs. Calvin Johns. Mrs. Eldridge Smith and daughter home after spending two weeksat

Mrs. Nelma Keen spent last Diana have returned from a their cottage on Ktnitsley Lake.
LIABILITY weekend In Daytona with her month's vacation with relatives Mrs Barbara Breazealle and

,J SERVICE I daughter Miss Carolyn Keen whoIs In Shubuta Miss. Miss Madge Middleton were In St. CITYCOUNCIL

AVER 50 YEARS employed there. Mr. and Mrs. Bail George and Augustine last Friday for the
'THE.FT ;, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Griffis have family have moved to Orlando final meeting of the Red Cross

as their guest this week her Mater i where ilr. George has accepted Camp and Hospital Committee.

Mrs. William Gray of Knoxville employment. Until moving from The session was presided over by

FIRE Tenn. Their visitor, an 'I Starke Mr. George was an em Mrs. Brenzealle who was chairman -
L WALL\ AGENCY English war bride, arrived In this ploye o fthe local Coca Cola Bottling of the committee.Mr. .

county July 6th. Mrs. Grlffls Co. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson

LIFECLASSIFIED r joined her husband here In June. Mrs. Leola F. Roberts, memberof of Jacksonville are spending a

Please Phone 146 Mr. and Mrs. Harley F. Strong the Starke school faculty, will few days with T%-. Epperson's

will leave for Atlanta by air Sat- receive her BAE degree at the mother Mrs. W. J. Epperson Sr.

urday night to attend the wadding University of Florida summer session Mr. and Mrs Guy Sale spent

Sunday of Miss Eleanor commencement exercises In several days last week In TampaMr. /

Elizabeth Crowe, daughter of Mr. Gainesville tonight. and Mrs. Earl Johnson SHE ADVOCATi'S

and Mrs. T. H. Crowe and, their Mrs. W. O. Halle returned home pent last weekend with Mr. and

son, Harley Frank Strong Jr. last week; after enjoying a two Mrs Guy Sale at Klngxley Lake

They will return to Stark Sun- weeks' vacation with her brother Mrs R, G. Kldd and son Robert 1. Adequate Recreation Facili-

1 YOt'R CITY AND NO ROACHES' ANTS, FLIES or day night and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs, returned home Sunday after ,-
ties for
fleas If you use our' Aerowil mitt SPECIAL Guaranteed permanent N, D. Curtis, in Cleveland Ohio, spending a two weeks vacation Starke' Young People.
NESS PROPERTY Bomb This In not the kerosene
I tvpe. Lasts for week*.-Auto wave, 1)13) at Leila's Beauty and with another brother and sis with friends and relative In Nor

Fountain. tf Salon. ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs Carl M. folk Va. 2. Better and More Paved Streets
Mr. and Mrs D. R. Shaffer andS.
Mr. Mrs.
BABY ttlTTfe.lt for appuintrnentphone and E. J. Dowling at- Curtis in Springfield Ohio. Mrs.
STROUT'ELrTE:; ;'* 142-8:30: a. m to .;:30' fendpd. the annual meeting of Halle made the round trip by air M. Shaffer are spending a few
p. m. Phone 17 ring 3 lirter1 members of the Mt. Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Casnle of days with Mr and Mrs S. A. .
.' Zion Baptist 3. A Cleaner
Greatest ....-n..e. .t ....... 6:30: p. m. Prices rvunonable. City.
try aroperrr. Has redo aver 6t 8-30 Church near Lake Butler last New Orleans were guest of Mr. Weldon while en route to th..lrhome

alee .f Hamea_Karma_ FOR SALE-.One concrete block Sunday. .. and Mr. .C. ,.. Futch and, familyat In Winter Park after spendtng -
.['Free Barer..... .......aJl. ,mar. tae houoe ca Wlktlnir of three ap..rt> Mrs.' Carl Jackson haa fts herfuftlt Kingsley Lake last week. Mr. a vacation In. North Carolina. a
inentu, partly furnlxhed Kiulpped 4. No New Taxes. ,
STROUT REALTY AGENCY for Ifa. Cheap for L-a, >ti : Mrs. Luther R. Mourning, and Mrs Caisle many years ago '
I Represented Locally By Ilradford< Engineering Co., 'phone a girlhood friend and w.I.knoNnorramst operated\ the New York Racket, Mrs Harry Mooty Is doing volunteer
C. HOLUNGSWORTH 9+. Htarke. 8-18 K of Quincy 111. Thursday, Store here.Beginning. I work at the Red Cross Office

116 So. Walnut St. afternoon Mrs. Jacksin, her guest Sept. S, the Hoover during the absence of Mrs. ,
WANTED TO BUYCyproita and Mrs. W. T Jackson were Bros. Studio will be open for I J. L. Peek who Is enjoying a vacation

visitors btMlnt'H from 9 a, to 5 : In Atlanta, Ga, with her
rWol. to Gainesville Mrs m. p. m.
TRESSES of all kinds -
,d l.: furnltur. upholstered and Poles In 'carload lota. Mourning will continue on to Orlando every day except Sunday. son and daughter-in-law Mr. and A Vote For HerIs
Jlnliihed. Drop ua a card. Size 1 3-4 to 2 1-4 Inches diameter and St. Petersburg to visit Mrs. Bertha Pearce was calledto Mrs. J. L .Peek Jr. ,
TIV09 MATTRESS CO.. Box : at top by 12 feet long. Mr and Mrs Henry Mana"..
Pat atka. Fla. tftlUXCE friends there. Winter Haven last week be- -

I, Quote price per pole loaded on Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Curtis of cause of the Illness of her brother Mrs. Elsie Hall and Miss Patsy
-I write mil lines fire, (Hall spent Wednesday In Gaines A Vote For Good
'nmublle. liability, and ; life. : freight cars at yours tlon. Tampa and Mrs. J, S. .Adah of B. Haynes. ville.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Silcox of
m. for your Insurance needs West Palm Beach will spend the
j D Wainwright Jr., 131 Kant E. C. NOBLE, INC. I Labor Day holidays with Mr. and Ft. Lauderdale spent Monday with Mrs. T. Frank Lnrylrum anti,
[II I street -Phone 154. tfK1INT Mrs. W. G. Hail Mr. and, Mrs. E. L. Matthew. at children returned home We-lnrs-

74-33 Queens Blvd, Elmhurst: Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Patch and Kingsley Lake and Tuesday. with day after spending several week City GovernmentPaid
4-room unfurnishedirtin.nt U I. New York N. Y.21p In Brook
City vllle
*ith Mr.
private bath. ALSO 2- children Charles and Martha, of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Guy in
fin furnished e a bin.I running : 8-30 Tallahassee are guests this weekof Starke. They were enroute home parent. .
f'" Reasonable dona In. 20H Hill
Long of
I Maclinon St. 8-9 tfl Mr. Futch's parent. Mr. and from a vacation trip. the University of,
:Mrs. C. A. Futch. and G. M. and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown Florida I I. spending a vacation ( l'oUt/'al/ I Adv.)

l 8.\1.10- .Th.. Blue Tavern R..s- FOR SALT Young. white rabbltn Joe Slatrunk at Klngsley Lake. moved In Tuesday from their herewith hit mother Mr. F H.
'ant Dnlnff good buBlneflH and MuHcovIe ducklingEllis Long
w. fin 10th street near SeR Thornton hog 1 a. Slarke. Itp Mr and Mrs. T. W. Caruthern, Klne-slev Lake cottage where they
rd Railroad depot. Sip 8-30 Jr., of Miami and Mr. and Mrs. i have spent the past several l lI

FOIL HtL.K 10, acre farm near T. W. Caruthers Sr., and daughter months. They are now occupying
I SALE-Missionary strawberry Xtarke and churrh See or writeW
rile, Arkansas mock, grown onw .E. Converse, Highland Fm. I Margaret of Coleman were I one of the Pearce houses formerly Plenty Parking Space Free Delivery
land |:.l per thousand or by ItpFOR guests Tuesday of the Rev. and' the residence of Mr. and Mrs.B. Kneehole Desks
I E. E Wasdln 3 miles north I ---- II I I I ________ III II
'Mrs.. W J. Churchwell. Mrs. F. Harvey
aldc< in Road 13. 4tp 5.30'TED SAUEOne acre with 8roomhnUHc
bearing pecan trees and Caruthers, Jr., remained for a Mr. and Mra. Ed Silv..rnall! of

i, Fin TO and BUY Feathers_ Fryer, Phone and farm other, fruit lama tr.-room.e.. AIXO house 39-acre p..an' few day. visit with her mother, Clearwater have been visiting Wine Chippendale Sofas $205 19.95-

father L. A
It Krove and other fruit Ir.* Roth Mrs. Churchwell. Mrs. Sllvernall's ,

I HALEMissionary strawberry clun Farming to town equipment of llJtiipton. & head, good Ha. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Martin returned -,, Wynn of Hampton, and friends In Solid Mahogany Woodwork Mahogany ....

f"1'/' > the bed. C. C. Wynn breed stock cattle Ruth, houses to their home recently Starke, Wnlnut
0 Box> 306. Btarke Fla.. or nave electricity Will sell rea.- after spending a week in Asheville I Mrs. Bertha Pearce has a* e

I".'r'"*. >n farm Brookslde m miles Farm.cant of onable.Flo. J. U. Adkln< Hampton*lp 9-20( N. C.. visiting relatlv;'. I guest. this week her sisters MrsT. Wheat Finish

4tp 9-13 Miss June Bell Is convalescingat \ J. Thomas of Valdosta, Ga., and Duncan Phyfe Sofas 179.50

FOR SAI.E-tup..r Delure P-frl the home of her grandmother Mrs. Emily Faver of Miami.
[j':-.MAN;/ Reliable and Juicer NOW atlhp.r'
f" 'or lUwlelvh business In I meyer>/ Mixer. lift sht.pr It Mrs. H. Forsythe, from an appendectomy Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight left Covered With Beautiful Tapestry Baby Cribs
luiriird" < rounty. Easy to sell performed at Jackson Monday for a vacation trip to tho
"hI,1,| Products sold 20 years FOR about 400 barrels ofaru"d Memorlsl Miami mountains of North Carolina.Mr. __I _____..
[ 160r rumllles. We, teach you Vlip shucked< corn al 13.50 Hospital
t" supply sales, advertising. par barrel <.r $'10 per ton A. A. on AUK\ 9. Miss Bell was spend and Mra. E. S. Matthewswill 100-lb.
P-r iure. -Hl| need. Nearby Brnoker Fla It Capacity 29.95
you EilwBr'lH weekend
home thin
week vacation return
[ 'I. I)..... making sales of ing a 6I'IECKLINED
Lu ?"k'yBawlelKh's' Dept. VI'\STEn--\"hlt. girl for restaurant her cousins Mr and Mrs. Guy E. after a visit with their son-in-law
.t2J.1j Memphis. T.nn. work able to put out .hortorder. where she and Dr. and Mrs H. B.
In Miami daughter.
1 m.l I Forsyth. I Boxes
8-13 Stp .. (lours: 8 a m. to 4 p. Ice< Ivory
Living quarters available Onpremises I was stricken. McLemlon, In Orlan{/o. ; and

..MAf.E--HO. acra farm <(40< acres Mom' nk joIhoP'1 I For wedding portrait. are T. If.Cfetborne. Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Springconstructed
f r I < 49. near fanip ,
lj Highway
"" oom-ontalnlnv house small 60 pecan barn dlnir Flu. 112 Sew ad on page 8. Beck of Chattanooga( Tenn., are 51.00
'> iomi strawberry and tobacc-o taol" Mist Carol White returned Friday guest of Mra. Beck' parent, Mr. OAKDINETTE
]"sal,Price: 12500 ca.h.. ALSO delabatteryodl KCradio AS new at of last week from a week's and Mrs. J. B. Cottrell at Camp

-"helterWboth separately a :Ouernney-Jer.a OuernneyI Pahmer'n lift \IIho"P". It visit with former college-mates: ,. Blandlnir.LKATilEKCOVKRRD. Kitchen MIRRORS I
due freeh within range' Ivoryporcelain Miss Mary Madden o f Eagle C1IAIR.H
E. '" washing! ;' machine: piano: FOR blue steel polished Underwoodof each at Sam RtmrobfTg *
hounehold furniture Bee finish Lake and Mrs. W, O. 0.45
.. P"B.nnett. Brooker road at top hot water atta'h..d.reservoir 1 Brookavllle. Miss White attended Son.
r old' hot tank CABINETS SUIT
wynn ptac. Itp IInd AI..'(' one new Floren..e two Dem bur. graduation exercise at Judge and Mrs E. K. Perryman 1.50

fm.ALE_Th PARK CAFE. ner oil .pace-heater R. F Itp Florida Southern College, Lakeland and son. Comer, are spending
Lni'. Nick Alexander at ''I or..L I at which time 4Na Madden several! weeks at their place onKlngsley
I r" Ul Call Starke.IU with Inn..r..prln. 52.50&55.O0 UP
afreet If FOR RF.ST-on. bedroom. "nd ,..alh.... received her B. 3, Degree.Mr. Lake. 144.lj) BeautifulSelection
shotnand sac 0 I d wal..r. and Mrs. W. K. Wlder and Mrs W. E. Middleton returned
"fator E,-Kelvlnator six cubic foot electric capac re- :' close pillow.In .phon" lUW or call 1e daughter Pobby Jean of line Tuesday from a visit wltb relatives Pre-War Type r, 1_ eWE

In excellent condition. In- 211 H Pherry HtHtark Castle are gue":s of MM. Wilder's at Jacksonville Beach.J. .

5.* nil Churcn.. .ptr.et'starW.. lip.' WAXED TO REST-two house In or"tark"three ) sister, Mrs. Fay Gill at Kings- B. Alexander agent for the A
room furnished Shell petroleum Coip. returnedto
Lakes Phone Icy Lake.
nt.r.1 .\ J--room 5-acre house pecan, all grove oon-.' 0" on*.-Kingsley 1 t :'! Mr. and Mrs Everett Hewitt his home here Thursday of last BUY & SELL Beautiful EASTTECHS

Marlalight.. water, bath: ) acres land 2"% miles Inorlll I and sons of Lake City and Mrs. week after being seriously 111 in GOOD
'p !'a trees.. nod FORIIALFII or iawtey on Highway U. i Lola Mayes were weekend /guests St. Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville
town of Hampton ml. frame pine ,, Buy
.'no.., Stak.. -gee Wesley AnStarke.- ALSO uno mostly feet J.t rood and< a".. See of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Andrew for the put three month. Mr. USED :;
'12 W. Madison it,. or lumber write tt'1111. Wllrnock.alP RI t-II I. ,' at Klngsley Lake. Alexander It still confined to his; FURNITURE / :

'ICP Tswte'. 1 :Mr. and Mrs. L. M. DeSha and bed and It will be aome time yet

DESKST"p.wrlt.r or FOR RENT T"i daughter Marjorie of Wildwood. before he can resume work.
tb-rata: 'Soule; to 125.-Sam coupleate. FtoD.mnr..t rid prlval.I III' were guest over the weekend of Little Ounga Patel underwent IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

: aA I bFOR R. ;,, Mrs. DeSha's mother Mrs. W. }I. ao eye operation: In St. Luke'

o!REYTwice I rart.r F-Hou."hotd. Lawt.". JFla.furnltu.Itp Jir'wnrooker SALE-flee,.nn'<''', .w'old P 7-fOnt place A.nnett k..r".n".n the.t Struth.Mr. and Mr. J. T. Quigley returned and Hospital friend Jacksonville will be glad, Tuesday to chow John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

i,, r ?. Mr>- *furnlihed R- John room.Sr.. "OAei. tiP I I Sunday evening from Toc- that she 'U recoveringnicely..
u-AOhln..ono .tr>et. Stark. It" r..tlnl... com. Ga., where they attended the Ml** Ona Demoreat returned
FOR CPHOLBTRthe call for .anlt after vacationIn PHONE 1.>1.
spending a
Tuesday STARKE. FLAt'
Laymn' Evangelistic
: National ,
;,nuLE Steel ..aet of Re.era tNr': '
I' I coopr clad rook. Sissrnvon Association Convention. North Carolina. -
',.pw'-h'5 at- D hmer'a (lift '...
it Road II. ,I I


SIX I _u __ --'="--

) -- seldom body is also invited to attend Davis.. LucHs Knight KicKiiter Clara,: Mrs.Mae L. !Itedgryv0.
which one
Perkins fruit and candy to Jacksonville I
the Bethel I
I Ancient "Bird's Eye View" Map Tells Story store.and did, two dirt roads served one services Church.all day Sunday at Davis InesDemoreMt, Verna J. Keen Knight Nelma D. E. krdgrrs kr;..,Ids'LL'i a

TownBy On Call across Walnut, approxi- through Maxville, approximating I Baptist Dell. Damon Kick!It..r. Miriam i' '
Of Growth of Starke from Village to through Denmark Emily Idea, R. G. I.I roC'gn:'
mately at the location of the Florida Route 13, and another enrollment at the R.J.E. Duncan K. Q. Kelly D. a. 8,

Bin Duncan Grill), and the Rlcharde & Pace theatre was Wltkovsky'a Mer- Mlddleburg. A sandy road mean- : High The School still increases with Darby Duncan Johns.M..K. O. Kldcl.Kelly Eunice M.... Msry E. 1111'' h h 'arl

Merchandise cantile Establishment, and next a dered westward toward Lake Butler In the Darby, Mrs Jean Klckllter : II"
Grocery and General Prof. A. O. Jenkins sitting D o r o t by I Ill r."o,"
If one should approach the Lady I ft residence and then where the and another south to Gaines : school has en- Dlnktns. Mr. L. F. Claire hyhtd' II
(today the Hollywood Camera high chair. The Dlnklns. U Mr .
Fair Beauty Shoppe, and find Telegraph is now situated, the office ville. and Denmark Claude KlDncald| Jeanet, Itaym ea,
Gift Shop). Vincent dentist. rolled 210 pupils up to date 1 jBl I
discover of Dr. R. W. N. D. Wainwright, Sr., who for Dennis, H. Keen Mrs. Leona kallrrk
there the postofflce, or i Continuing along Call, on the This about comprised the extentof official and the work of the school la progressing DeHue, Jams Klllln.eworthIr".K..t.. .. C!"""''kYJ< ?
decades was a public DeSue. 'h IDurden
that a railroad station had miraculously -; nicely Indeed. Kopolousos Q ore: K T
the street were, Starke In 1884. The verjl: Mrs. OussleDowllnir "'
south side of downtown perhaps knows more Starke history KlddValrl.. B. n' n"'re".
appeared behind the Holly- : store"groceries next building of Importance on resident says I: Friends and patrons are always E. J. Kirkland\ T. J.. Jr It''.nb.r. ,;
G. Cooksey
first, the A. than any other class rooms fowling, Cleone M. Kuter a. 8. 1"10'
wood Camera and Gift Shop, orthat provisions"-and Call the Orange College (Prof. that when he moved here In 1887 welcome to visit the !! Douglas. Cecil Koch Louis I W. It '.n""t,
stood about I class recitations Mr.. Chas. .FI_, Do
Darby Koch
Church street principal) from and inspect Mrs L. W. Jesa
Cherry was then a home owned by a Mrs. la located. the town's population was Denmark 8. U.Dowllnir Kuter. Mrs Ethel ko'Ot.lon.'
and Church was what Is now Smith a relative of the Pace family where the Legion Hall 600 to 800.During I of the Blue William E. Kldd. Mrs. Valrle P '..
Water street, the only answer well Another school, of which the number The Companions Dahmer E. J. Kent, Ham (i. kllry. gr'ti
These buildings were the later 80's a of rainfall have Dahnier Bernardln Kenla, I
In George
C. Looneywas spite
could be that time was spinning present celebrated Prof. George T. A.I Caps Rhoda Jl"Wlendrgt
separated. Next, at the of changes were noted: maintaining their Dampler, King, Walter I

In reverse, and the year was not location of the. Florida Bank at principal students served on the Us corner well- Knight, father of C. A. Knight great super hopes power.of Their last game Dlxon Dennis Mm.Mrs. Katie Myrtlce K. Long,, T..Tells Peek Row".'.ankd. ... IiDrIakell

1946 but 1884. the offices of the disciplined merchandisestore I Durrell Lone k""Per.. Mk
Starke, were in a opened a general In the peak of !" Merwln
That's the way It was when oneJ. Telegraph of of Walnut and Jefferson Telegraph, found every girl Davis, RuthDowllnir Long, Lois E. ltltrh. 8. i
a picture Florida Weekly since torn down and replaced on the present condition defeating the Lawtey Ernest Jr. Lea Matilda Clump: p.
J. Stoner
published Viewof which W. W. :Moore was editor. the Woman's Club. site. J. W. Hodges established a"gent's : team The Companions are gladto Edwards, W. M. Lewis, James g I Ilon"o'r: I g'.
map, entitled "A Bird's Eye building was shar- by furnishings" business on Ruble L. L. :ftunk. 0.
The Telegraph I k
Institute, was their star pitcher, Emma Edwards Mrs. Dell Lennon I1
Stark The old map la nowa This, the Starke A ( have 1':. 01
ed by Alvares. Knight & Company the Florida theatre corner. W. .J. w I
keepsake of Mrs. L. A. Ren- founded In the early 70's. The I Leather Nathaniel who has been Epperson Dorothy Lennon Elvla gtPph *
Merchandise. Epperson Landrum. T.
nolda, received from an aunt, the General Call building. well within the mem- livery stable appeared between visiting New York and Chicago Edwards, J. It!. i5ssruirf.h1.uTH.Fr"kfetet'Lew : .

late Mrs. Ancll Cone, formerly On the southwest corner of of the older half of the city's"younger" Hodges and Wltkovsky'a and back with them. She has been Edwards, Lucile Sllrot
and Walnut was C. E. Wynn's ory who u there was another at Call and husband Nat Nathaniel English U H. In, Mrs. Thelma' L .yn f 1
Johns. generation with her
Miss Laura En&lIah. Leona Q.EdwftirdM Lllley. Miss tlaUI. fc
Further ,
Study o* the drawing which "fancy goods and toys. children, played about Its sagging Thompson. J. G. Alvarez operated who Is enjoying a 30-day furlough Merrill LtmbuM? Mrs ThelmaRirotp I j
west on Call was the Gasklns a clothing store on the present E.lw..rd.. .. Thelma LEdwards
and busi overseas. reGl yalll Lloyd
streets before going
shows .
clearly old Starke timbers." Klllott. Mr Ethe'l Sffi' JJ B.
nesses U a lesson In the town's drug store and the The First Baptist Church (EIder bank corner. The Johns General W. A. Lamb Mrs. Elizabeth N1Mtrunk' II

In those hotel building; and the then tiny Keith, pastor) was a Store later became the Hull Now that the bright shining Edwards, Mrs. Carrie Lane, Mrs Annie Mae: HII. ; I,
from village. Robert .
growth of the late Col. C. L. I Edwards, L. R., Jr. Lang E. C. S 11'I. ,01...
from Nona law office in those days west building- 1 Reno Ball Park the 1 .
days Starke extended In new structure sun Is drying Kdwardi.. Elaine LeOrand F. M. l Sllcz| ; Wit,
street on the south to Jackson on Peek. The latter structure was of the Institute. There was a Mr. Wainwright said there were (i Blue Caps will be seen in plentyof Edmondito.i, FatlyEnnlft. Mrs. LI1'II +'u'1
the north and from Church (now recent years moved to the between yardof cypress pond back of the build- several homes on north Walnut action. Manager Parker has GaryKdwardH, Mrs B. E. Lawson Lawson Mrs E. E. ""' VMS.,

Water street) to about three the Peek residence Ing. Starke's Baptists are now and in what was then northeast signed Brother Wade to his Kudu, phoba Levin Julia % hit L

blocks west of Walnut. In all. Call and Madison. Thereafter Call an to raising funds to erect a fine new Starke, including the W. L. Wall pitching staff; also James (But- Ennlx Futch, C.Mm.A.Fernando Neva M. Levin DaveLaMorte, Mignon SuVi!' Th'?"A"

Its area spread over about five orange grove extended on church on the site. and D. K. Knight resldencel.Starke' ter) Butler and "Little" Robert. *, Eva Law. Mrj. Eden, H. gfr"' 'W'Fut. B
side of town. ... Verdi. 8.Fernandez. Lee I .
west '
and the school was the Blue Cap.
blocks from north to south, South of the first business and Bunk Albert former Isabella E. Hro'

seven blocks from east to west On the north side of the street Von Kern home, today the remodeled presumably the genesis of the has been playing with St. Petersburg Frame, Annie A. asss.a'rS W.* smith ml 'h'I 1

Call, Walnut and Madison thenas proceeding from the railroad west Magnolia Hotel. To the town, was that of Capt. John C. but thinks so much of the Flynn Flynn George Florence B. Lapp Law, .Blanchard Maude T. HMD Elm II" P.

now, were the main thoroughfares of John's Store, was a number of north were the two residences on Rlcharde. It was built before the Caps that he came back to be Faulkner, Paul. H. McMillan Merrill Sluml 11,Ilan GTP

the chief difference beingIn residences the City Bakery Walnut of the site of the property of Mrs. war. The E. Pace Store was raised seen In action at first base. Trick Green Orlffln R.T. A.Qrirrin J.. McKlnney McKinney,. Melvin Mrs Iva SJSL 11'..

the kind and abundance of Joseph Eckert, and at Maude Crews.Habitation In anticipation of the Fern- Shot Williams and King Tut Leggett Mamie E.!! McKlnney A. E; I'kln., ""
section began and Call the office of James T. off rapidly A Qreen, Mary E Mm.
traffic. The business tapered andina-Cedar Keys railway. former Blue Caps are play- McKlnney, A. E. Spark. !

on Call at the railroad pro- Wills, attorney now site of Can- further north The Levy Alvarez son of Mr. Pace, Edward becamea Ing with the Miami Red Sox and Oreen.Orlffln, Fannie Lila McIntyre McKelvey., Mrs J. A.T. J. "K JLlr q

ceeding west abruptly from Johns ova's Pharmacy. In far later residence stood on what Is now priest and St. Edward'a Catholic Parker receives a telegram from Ureen Lloyd J. McKelvey Frank Soirk.J.;

Dry Goods and General Merchandise years the original frame building Temple avenue and Highway 13, Church In Starke is dedicatedto their manager that they are in Green Griffin,Floyd Aneeda McRae Mckelvey.B.Mm.E. J. A. SffiSiiui '

Store (now, site of Mllligan's housed the J. F. Klckllter Grocery west of the N. D. Wainwright his memory. The Pace family perfect condition and can play any Olll Florence McHae, Mrs Ethel 8lh'ol I'lrlnil.lo' 1'K:) ,, '

I residence. moved years later to Washington position needed. Happy Leander Green ,Mrs Mos 8. Inem Mt"Klnn..y McClellan, T.Mrs A. Florio Hlrlnrlollow'Oraham

I I Down along Water street, then D. C. and James (Bitty) Jones have Green Ine A. McMInn, France Blmmoni brk Ida

UNDERSTANDINGthe Church, are several homes of family 1884, As to the oldest house In town been signed by another club. The Glasgow Goodman J.Harold. L. McIntosh MrCall Selma, Tillman R. 8ale'8.le Dorolh'

vlnt.age-t.hat of the Pace that has not been established. Caps Just received an all-around Grew John B. Mcintyre, J. A. 3istrunk Guy ate H.\

economy management make up now owned by the Redgraves; The Telegraph would like to know player John (Tar Barrel) Robinson Graham, W. II., Jr. IIIcD..vld, Roy Sllcoi. GoO'l

a primary quality! of our Service whichis I the Fred Morgan home (the Haines and Invites this and any similar from the Lakeland Giants Galnoy Graham. Irma Nathan McIntosh McKinney, J.E.W.B. ShHtkln fi-ymour! "Loi El'

dedicated to the affairs and needs of residence), the Miller home (residence historical information (or correc- and with Big Pete the Twisteryou OrlfflB' E. L. McIntosh, AliceMatthew's S.ymou'l I
and Griffin, Mm. Esther Mana" H. A.
bereavement. of Mrs. Eva tions) from oldtlme residents. of ac !-hafkln. Tee\
will be seeing plenty UrlfflM Martha E. 8. Sale l Jack
the old Captain Rlcharde place. tion. Don't fall to support the flames I. M. Manning, Delia Stlllfy, sin. '
i Card family Oreen Mm. Lucile H. Mlddleton, W. E.
later occupied by LOOKING FORWARDBy Saul A P
I Blue Cape In their Homecominggame '
*' and rented by Gray Dorothy Mlddleton Nolla SlmmonT
and today owned W. W. Parker soon Greene, L. C. Mitchell Mm. Luc-lie Shull E T
Mrs. Fernandez. Graham Alice F.Oiitlln. Matthew, Mm. Ida Vhull' :, Mrn\; E
Henry L. Mlddleton, Madge ,
DEWITT C. JONES South Starke's boundaries were Well this Is revival time now. NOTIC K Oeoruc, Mm. Ida otarr Miss Ollle Stump RehuluMel, UllltiHtmpnon. ,

AMBULANCE SERVICE much the same as today, roughly Nebo just closed a great revivala Notice I I.. hereby given that Iht Guy Fred Montleth n. A. Ed.
of the of Starke, OrlfflB, Henry Montleth KathleenMundy
Pace 'Ity Council City Hllc >,. VirncHtarllnit
proceeding from the prop- few weeks ago and Allen Florida. wll1 hold a meeting In the Gomes Raymond J. W. B., Jr. H
Funeral Director erty to the farm of Archibald Chapel Just completed a great "Itv Halt\ at Starke Florida at Odder Rufus H. Matthews, Conway Smith! Mrl f

STARKE PHONE TOur Johns Sr., then following a course 'revival also. We are now In the 8.30: PM., September 3rd, A. D. Godwin Green, Gloria. Mundy Mm. Leila Sewell! 1\. !I''
Henry T. Matthews, E. L. Kvwell, EthtlStilllian
It was crowdedand midst third revival at 1946. for the purpose of hearlnRfomplalnta Orlfflx
westward where of a great from owners or agent Leonard Mitchell Lucile PHSchmltt.
local funeral home enables us to broken by orange groves. The New Bethel and it la a great of owners of Real Estate Personal. GrlfriH, Kilhy. L. Matthews, Era HaiclManaana 1. CbuHmlth
Green Carolyn Cella >
offer conveniences and services not home of the late Archibald Johns meeting in spite ot rain. Property Property, the or values Intang-lble of which Pemonal have Ganxntt Pate Mantttuia Mina\ Smith) Point

stood then as today at the .. of Gardiner, Geo. A. Moneley' Mrs. L. E. Smith, Mti VSlmmcnf
otherwise available.We Jr., Sunday at 3 p. m. you are In- h en fixed by the City A neRtior Oardtner. Mm Minnie D Morgan M. M. H.GI..CDw. .
which Mr. Tuxea and accepted by the Council
foot of Nona street; vited to attend the Congress at Ity order of the City Council Helen Melton. Clarence Strickland. U

> furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices M Johns named for his daughter. Mt. Morlah. Come early and August. 8. 1948. Hoover J. C. Monr..nL Mrs. Bathe L si. John. Ed.
Hemingway F. O. Mack J. P. St. John. Ill
accept ANT life Insurance policy In force, Issued by ANT com Laura street received its name hear the whole program. Every- Carl Johns Clerk Hayes E. W. Morgan Mm. S. F. Smith JulllSi'Iafant

In In full funeraL Consultation f corn ....,... nlece. The old--- Darbv Hoover, Etta Mayea, LoinManninar. RolSil.lfy
as part or on a
paoy, payment Hoover Delia Vollln F.
Is Ron
carries n* bllgatton. Haynes, Hope Mott Mm. Maude Hlbl". H
now the property.of Mrs. A, A. TION OF THE CITY OF STARKE FLORIDA, TO BE Hayes, Ruby A. Manlr. C. O. ttcoll, H.tfl
The Sebren Brown' liv- Hoover Don Mantre, Freda Revs !Scott Wilbur
10TH: DAY OF SEPEMBER. A. D. 1946. Hart. W. II. Mason, Margaret Sootl. LilliuHllcun .
ery and sales stable was In this Howe, J H. Martinet, Joe Fun
vicinity between Thompson and Adkins. A. Z. Reasl.y G..rtrud. Carlton. Fred Hutto L. 8. Maruca, Mike Turner Hot
Andrswa. J. W. Jr liurn.. Edward Carpenter MyrtlceAivares Hutto Mr.. L. R. Martinez Nellie Truby, J. JTl .
Walnut as was the home of JudgeA. A. L. Burns. Bessie Canova. Gladys Hutto Miss Edna Milton, hiss 'Katie on. Sallli
NOW, MORE THAN EVER BEFORE V. Long. Anderson A. W. Bronka Bertha Copps. Maud Halls. W. a. Moltt. Mr. Ara E. Thompkt.ahalls LThnrnion
i Alderman Dora Barefoot P. M. (Canova Levy A. Maude C. Mooty HarryMooney wThomas.
At the end of Madison on Adkln.. Lola Buckleman August Canova. Mona A. Hartman Albert Mr Alfred S. ,
Church (now Cherry) was the Mc. Anderson Myrtle Barefoot R."y. (Clemens Fronla Hartman. Elsie Manatixa A. 8. Thornton Mr
Also Madison Alvarez. Annie lturney n..orge W. ('arlile. J. B. Hart. Edna Manama Mm H. A. Thomas, Mri\
Rae residence. on Anderson. J. L. Bl.ga. Ethel M. (Carlton C.M.Andr.lI. Hall Hhellle Mlllloran\ E. B. Thomas, BwThompkim
THE, HAS A was the home today owned by A. O. Bessent W. A. Jr Cooper Richard" Hemingway Mrs Sarah Mllll an Mrs. E. B. .1
d' Mrs. Frank Hoover and on S. Alvarez. Vincent Bonham Mr. W. A. Crawford Mr.. Annl. Hemingway L. O. Moore, L. V. TIMon. )Ira
Andrews Mr. Edith Brown .Mrs Florence B ('.Carden V. H. Hemingway Annie Merrill Thomas Thomas, Mn
Walnut the residence that Is now Alvarez. Hattie. Bryant 1\oIr.\ Llssie Carden. Mn. Lucy Hag-nn. Delia Manassa. Edna Thomas C.

GOOD JOB FOR YOU Mrs. Rennold's "Gardenia" tour. Andrews Nellie Resaant IIIrs. Mary Clark Jim Houston Harry H. Mlxon, H. M. Thomas. WThllma
Aivares. Errol Burne", Mrs. Gladys 'ummlnl1.. Walter Holland Entile D.Hapji. Mayhug-h, M. C. Thnmsa six
1st home. Alexander J. B. Hurney Mrs. O. W. Coleman Joe Clifford, Jr. Miles, E. F. .. Vn
Jefferson street which crosses Anderson Alice lturrell Tom Chalker Mr. C. W. Hall_ Mr. Elsie Miles, Mrs. E. F. ThlltP", WHarding
Anderson lleorge Rattle. Mahell Coleman, Mr. E. Mn
Mary T. B. Malolo Marie Thomas
Walnut at the Woman's Club Anderson Eva Barksdale. C' O. (Carter Mrs Rosa Hayneii. Georgia K. McDermott. Catherine Thomas. Eln.
NON-COMMISSIONED GRADES NOW OFFERED passed the Red Men's Lodge Hall Andr.w.. Wesley L. Parkadale. Mr. Vlr.le Campbell Earl HuKhew, Emma Manassa A. C. Thomas n *
the Courthouse and today Andrews. Mrs. Maude Bryan Mr. Julia ('rne, William F. Haynes, Sara Hope Manassa. Mrs Elva Lee Tho"'". FloHarrlnaton !
TO FORMER ARMY OCCUPATIONAL SPECIALISTS (later Alexander IIIr. Ada Brown Ollb..rt Cone. Mrs. In" M a'r y Manning, Delia Thomas lit'
the location of the City Hall) and Alexander Wilma Beaver Jerry Cannon J. V. Gladys Murphy. Mrs Thelma0. Toroile W E,
continued across the railroad to Aaplnwall Mr. Mar. Brown Mr. Stella 1'IIII..y. Margery E. Hunter E. D. Moore, Mr.. Florence Thomas RHaKan :;,.
Aivares C. John L Morgan, Theda Thomas CIS'
GOOD jobs in non-commi.+aionnl grades are being the original Methodist Church IIIr. Corine Rulord. 1"'CRandall Campbell. Marjorie E. Hutchlnirs. T. M. Morgan Harry W. Thuma"s't
building (J. A. Caste), pastor). Anderson A. W. Jr. Ruford Mrs. Irma Cook Mrs. Anna R..a Hutching, Mr. Ann- Manning, Delia S. I
offeiril) now by the Regular Army to qualified former servicemen 1 Albert. Julia Bryan. Oscar Clute. W. T. le L* Myers\ Lela Mae Tucker )I.TThnrnion.
There was a "Sash. Door Alvares. M. L. \I''
Rurn..y, Ida Mae (Colson C. W. Herlong. Dr. M. B. Moore MoselleHerlong. .
Veterans discharged on or after May 12, 1915! who enlistor Blinds factory" and a "Cotton Alvares. W. H. l"r\clrr.\ P. L. Colson Lemu..a Mrs Blanch d Mlxon A. M. Thomas, ;It

rtenliitt for 3 year may Le enlisted in the non-commissioned Gin and Corn Mill" In the vicinityof Amprvazes anla 1\lr". Ournrldg.Rllllas...... George M.. tulle M. Colson Powes Mr. Ada Houston Hoover C.Mrs. Hilda- Mlxon Annie Thum..n.. i
T. ManningClyde.
grade for which qualified provided this grade is not higher the Maurice Edwards Construction Arnuld Joseph H. Heaver tluelo (Carllle Ruth Harding Mrs. T. & Moweley Beatrice Slump

than that held at time of discharge, and provided that at least 6 Co. Andrews Andrews. MrA.Rome K.J. E. Rlnkley Brownl..D.J.A.W. Clarke('olaon. Mrs.Mr. Llssle Hassle. E. Hammett MonoHoltiendorf Ethel < Mohr. EthelMundorff.. R. ,," Thomas ThnmaihsHoltsendort *-

months of former service was in one of 400 designated military The railway station was between Andrews. Mn. Jewel II. Brown, Mildred E. Cressler, Easel Dyer Ben Muyhugh, Charlotte Thom Vii II

occupational specialties in which enlistment is desired. Madison and Call on the west aide Allson Grover Haker M.... June (Crocker Acle R. Hartman, I.nyree Manning ThelmaMoseley Thornton.. 'FnHaen
now Adams rr. H. 1-1. ,
Itarden Jlthnle W. ('hurchwell W. J. Hartman Eddie M.... Laura
Important, interesting Jobs are open in hundreds of skills of the line. Adjoining was the Adams Anden.. Mrs Elisabeth.. Norma J. Bryant H. F. Churchwell Mrs. W. .1, Mr.. Clara Mathews, John D. I.lfo hm.! ., I.LDe1',, ..1.HOlllnCAworlh.
establishment Identified as "N. D. Flkrden Ora Mae Cunerly Jessie Thomas i. Cslow
F. C. Mersereau,
and trades in the Army with splendid training and educational Armstrong Nell ilium Cell Carlisle AI Glad
and Cigars." Across K. Holllngiiworth, Mr Morgan. R. L. 1'lolnr 11"
Jones Liquor Armstrong A. 8. I.111m. Irving Clove..et"e.II.lf.. Annie B. Clara. M.Newom .
advantages! These are in addition to free food clothing Matthews, 4D
Hlumer *
the tracks was J. Klelnschmldt's -Z"'C. C. Cloversettle H, F. Haien M. F. 'RA.. Vlnln "
medical and dental care, low-cost inllllranee.There' Commercial Hotel since divided Aster, Phyllis Hrown, Cunn.r, J. i uclan Hancock, Mary Lee NewHom. Edna IV.Insrlgh6 W ..
Austin E. P. brown. Mrs Florence A C. Wall
Cannon M. Hudgins Paul L. Nasworthy C. H. .
adventure, travel, education, a secure and profitable into two buildings. Trains of the Anthony Harry. Jlrllnyon W. I. (Cannon Mrs. C. lIf. HudglnM. Mr, Mary Na worthy, Elisabeth. White I

future in this vital, realistic profession. Get full details at your "Florida Transit and PeninsularR. Alvares Anthony. flail 1\lr.V.Harry Bishop Bernett. H.J. D.A. Jr. Carmichael(Carmichael. A.1).lorl.C. Kathryn Norris, W. M. \I'alnwdtht."I'.",bL'

nearest Army Recruiting Station. W." used to stop there for half Alvares. Mrs. Ruby llurnetl Viola Davis. T. A., .Ir. Howard Hantlng.Joe James A. Norris, EllenNunnery, Rudolph White:: ;opk
II. L. iurney. O. W. Itavla. ":. M. H. White
an hour, while travelers lunchedIn Rrnnka Hough H. L. Nollman W. T
Albert "r".hfl..l. Chas. Davis. Lee H.Nnegel. WllllamaHarper
P..rrymaa Maine*, Lewis D. Nollman. Nelle C-
the hotel. Another Bishop H. HHumble
leading A.
i Colley J. F. Darby Ch...... """
Highlights ol Regular Army. Enlistment Hrownlee! Ella J. C. Joe
the Csnnva F.unl..e C. Walnvr fAc
hostelry Kentucky House ; Demorest H. F. otto Nunn Loin
1. Enllitmente for 1H, 2 or.S oth.r furlough prlvllee cen be obtained stood on Call and Spruce street' Beasley O. L. Canova. Paul E. Jr Darby, Annl. Humble, Mlna: \ Nunn O J.Olnen Winkler Will'1' r
7.ars. (l-y.ar.nll.tm..t. permitted from Recruiting Officer' *. Howard V. R. Bertie WIIII.m.. 6
for men BOW In the Army with 0 or (later named Pennsylvania and r Hunter, Bnnila Olsen Titus. W9gmav(
nore months of .....ke.) II. MuOerlnc-out pay( ..... upon now Cherry street). Haien, I. O. Dclom. Wllllsm N. wmnwrilWillis" '
length of .....,,,e) to all men wh. Flaxen, Mr. Frank )Ovemtreet T. W. A
2. Enlistment ... from It to 34 ere diich: .r(. :yer Incluiiv (a7 with parnte'eonwnt 6. the Great Freeie. large orange DAY Howard. Mrs V. B. Oliver, Sarah F. N'dn.rght William"
) ..".pt for men now In th. Option to retire .t hell pay Howard Joe A. Peek Clara L. I.x
Army, who my reenliet st any age for the test of your life after 20 groves flourished on the south Howard. Beulah. Perkins. LlnnleFerryman WII.u'. "'"
and former .....ke ...... depending :yen* eervlc*-Increeiing to three- side of town'ea8t from the railroad Harris W. Q. K. K.Ferryman. WII.on. ""
on length ol .....1"*. LWpMniwl after 30 )'_n'service/. along Church street, northwest atKingsley Howard. Ella Ma Loin. Will"Warren r"/
3. A .....U.t......, bonus of $50 ectlve lederal military HufMetler Edrar Powell Chun. J. w.rren )I.
.ervfce count toward retirement. of the Intersection of Jack Henry .A. H"al.ten. Park. W.13. AJI I
for each yer' ol active ervfc. einc. \\nrrrtWarr
euch bonus wee last paid, or .i"" 7. Ol Bill of Rights beneflte ... son and Walnut along north Wal- ... .W.8. E.W. Parks. Ethel. W. C.ft n. RuHay. .

lert entry Into xrvlce, providedvenlletment surd lor nun who eoliit oa or before nut and In the southwest part of BeachEvery Ingram Mrs. Carrie A. Phillips, Mrs. R"A WlmberlfiJohns R'11rY.1K t
I. within S monthsmlter October S 1946.
the community. Jenkins A. O... Pearce Mr*. Perth Wlmb.rl'.
last bonoreblo diecherge." 8. S s E. ...t
Choice of b"M".Ico R Priest. H. .
... A furlough for men who reonlilt > and overtee th..t.r (of thoe still When one travelled by buggy John*. Ella P. Priest, Clyde O. \\111"WJllln"! I-'
within 20 day Full deUUs of open) on )'JI'eA"' enlMtmeot Thursday From 12 to 6 John. Carl Priest Mrs. Clyde )I"' s
John. Mrs. 8. R. Paul A. T. wsli. ..
Jacobs, Sarah Powell. Mildred K. /}
John, Chas. E! Powell Ned LJahn.
t NEW PAY SCALE sire.e -;::' .. Thelma Benson Powel Marl Weldon Weldn.
by AD FOR S. L. Glod"
Par Ie r...... "_.' Johns. J.hJ.maRedgsv.. Peek. Mr. Myra Willi., .... y
to. AsjvlTMM TC Clot..,*., ...., Masts Srento ....,/1 ttrrlt. _. Jones. Emma Powell Tommle Willis'1. f
LW I*., MdUl 04 Oomtmito Johnson Abble W. Parish O. ''
First Sergeant 1165.00 J 107.25 .18'.6) 4F Free Johnson Ruth W. Parrl. .P'AI P hi.. wymtt'

Technical Sera.... 111.00 87.71 Ul... Jenkins, Chas H. Powell. 'Vm. C.Harriett I wain erg'y,1\.

.....11I." to pay share .( Staff Sergeant 115.00 74,75 129JS Johns Jenkln Mr*. Ch... A. Powt.. Mary L- wlnkleny..
H. !;. Pellum E.
right: 10% .le ree>. for Semite' Sergeant 100.00 65.00 HUO SWIMMING f\ Johns Mr*. Ruby Phillips, Reamer. P. William...1111.i .mWilliam.. J
c........ .......... I
H% If *f Corporal 90.00 98.3O PICNIC Johns, 8. R., jr. Pellum. F. J- Willi.....
Flying Of Slider c..... 1%' l I.> 10U5 TABLES Johns, Allen M. Pellum. Mr. F. J' *
cr...e Is Pay far loch 1 VeerlBl Private Pint d.. ftO.CO 92.OO 90.00 Johns, Mrs. Melissa V. Parker Ma. White ?r

Sr>l<*. Private ,. "'.00 48.73 ....)8 Large Room For Johns "I,... Ruby B. ssences wade.
PPeek *
.ludd. MllUrd 110&
i. W..lf .,
Dressing Accommodations ..
Jenkins, Mrs. 'Winnie W. A. "''"I.tlno,'
coco torn ton .you Alice Patton RebaJohns. W", .
Mrs. Laura ProDDer, Chs.Jenkln d. MPu I

Lliten to "Wfrrtor ot P_. We Suggest For A Good *. 8r F. Prnther, W J. llamad
Voice ol tho Army" "Proudly U. S. Army Meal TRY OUR .U hna, Mrs Fronle Qutgley, J.T.' Wiltumaa W. .
W. Hail"Mar Wmmow'l. Army CHICKEN. STEAK. FISH AND SHRIMP DINNERS Johns, "'ro. Leis| QuKley. Mrs Mlnnl W WIIH" ?
Snow, "Sound OH.Hmrrr Wimm CHOOlf T lIIH Johns, Mrs J. H. row
Dorothy R. Rltch ,.
.r Sport R."i_," MOd "Spot > 0 fIQM NOW Johns, Mr*. Mamie Robinson J. W. .."dhtFI,
light Bend,' en your radio. Cottages Rooms ApartmentsReasonable Rates Johns Mr*. W. 8. Bitch Herb..rt. p eke JI.w I"
Johns, Corley Rltch Isabell
f.'10# MW W poor *..r*.r bar '..r..m., Sf. fe* .... "...*. It. ItimomT PHARMACIST Johnson Edward H. Ray Olive E. rr.1._"J
Billiards Boating Johnson. Lode W. Ray Carrie A. 'Ilk"'
Bowling ..0..... lt.r.Fr.ema '
Mrs. Maggie E. B? Illum"
250 P. O. Building KINGSLEY BEACH LOCATED ON Johns Bert VV\ Bitch EvelynReel.ter. Ward. B r
Jacksonville, Fla. Phone 64 STARKEOxtfiMint BEAUTIFUL KIl"kllt.r..L J. F. Evelyn \VhlP'1*,
KINGSLEY LAKE Next Door To Camp Blandlng Knight C. A. RltPh Mrs. Carrie) snttyh
Service Kendrick T. N. Richard. Harriett rt. TIt
Knlarht. Mr N L 'iKrnve.. A. it' p, In'
I K.ndrlck Martha Red crave, IIl1nn.PAGE .

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dente of Theressa and Add New Rooms Will Be ALL CHURCnES IN BRADFORD COUNTY ARE INVITED TO PLACE TIIEIK Guest Speaker


Jones arried by the Rev. For Sunday SchoolA .Of Dr. Bryson INSERTION ON THIS PAGE. COPY MUST UK IN OUR OFFICE NOT LATER

odd< pastor of the THAN TUESDAY MORNING OF EACH WEEK. At The Tabernacle
Informal gath- concerted drive to Increase "Christ's Solution of Our Mod.
dst an enrollment Jn the Meeting during the past week
and friends of Sunday School em Fears" will be discussed by
lives will be made during the monthof Dr. Frank J. Bryson at the 11 have been full of enthusiasm anda

fern September by the Ktngsley o'clock service In the First Presbyterian .. spirit of revival seems to be In
flowers Lake -- the hearts of the
er Missionary Baptist Church. Church people. The
arranged In both National,
Well Laymen's
Newly added EvangelisticAssociation
baskets and Sunday School Have you a secret fear? Are
table which meet on Mon.
bamboo, with flowers rooms give adequate space for all you anxious about your money or S day night III I making plans for
classes and the church is extend- the future of A SHORT SHORT STORY
the chancel your country Is
i local
covered missionary work and looking
ing a
special Invitation
to all life
per- your troubled '
mellow glow by some un-
casting a sons in the forward to greater things In the
community young or certainly? Come and hear what
old, who are not already enrolled the teaching of 'I
eM.te t.te Christ Is
concern- i
daughter of Mr. in The Youth Meeting
Trieste of a Sunday School. Ing fear. You may find in this;! They met in Church" Saturday
E night
sidncy was presided over by Miss
This enterprising church sermon great helpfulness.
Is lo- Music a
In marriaget
Phyllis and the
aj cated in for the
an attractive setting on service will be brought I
t brother. Mr. Thomashad the west side of by the robed j I (program was led by Corblu Car-
as her matron Kingsley Lake, girls cholrj Were married in ChurchThey're nell. One parent present was

Dorothy Watterson and a cordial welcome to visitorsIs The interest and attraction of heard to testify that he had not

always extended by the mem- the local Presbyterian Church been so thrilled in a long time as
bers and the pastor, the Rev. G. continues to grow and make its he was on hearing this
of Mr.D .
d, youngest son W. Shows. on their programand
appeal to the Christian of tiny
people the testimonies
Eiland of Hamp- i given by the
Starke. Unto the six new mem- C All
his young (people. parents are
best man :
his .
Archie E. Eiland. Baptists Celebrate4th bers of the church were added cordially Invited, to these ser I
two others last Sundayhusbandand home from Church vices
\\' Horne played the Anniversary L
wife-bringing the
number to
The Youth Service. this week t
wedding Master marches Edward on Of Rev. Haines eight received in recent months. will b.t In charge of Miss Marvella

ana The infant son of Mr and Mrs. wi t Matheny. Each meeting la individually -

d as taper-bearer. Homecoming Dayan d the Guy Andrews was dedicated to a.1 planned and Is InterestInic -
g the ceremony, thee Fourth Anniversary of the Rev.L. God In an Impressive baptismal a+ and helpful.
received the con- D. Haines pastorate in Starke service. The first out-of-town
of their relatives andr. will be observed FOR FAMILY WORSHIP speakerof
at the First Bap- The congregation continues to the season will arrive about

Elland Is employed tist Church Sunday Sept. 1. fill the church despite! the fact DAY lOOK CHAPTfft Sept IS and the definite data" will

lie, but their the couple home at in The day's events will begin at that many of our people are a- r 'vk m Sus II CorinrtiUr.1 1.4 be announced later.
l make 8:15: a. m. with Tribute on vacation.
Elland's a Break- way Many young II CorlftthUni 8.4 The) Wednesday afternoon Chit-
itli Mr. par- fast sponsored by the Men's Bible people are seen in the audience TC.r. CorUlht.M 7.' drens' Meetings, which have been

Class Sunday School will be and aro always an inspiration to wa. II Corinthi.iH 10 carried vn continuously for 13
cY SCHOOLgency held at the regular hour, and the the pastor. Thur. II CortnthUni 11 years, will bn intensified during

Anniversary Meeting Worship will the school term with some out
Fri, II Corinehi.m! 12
closing of the begin at 11 a. m. Assembly DelegatesWill 5.e. II Corlnthiani II of-town workers assisting/ from

school last week ands At 12:30: a covered-dish lunch-I Give Reports I time to time.Wateroak.

!this week waa caus- eon will be served and a tribute
To Methodist Youth
aulty sewage system paid to the pastor by the W.M.S., BaptistsTo

-to could the be labor located shortage who the Trustees and the Deacons. Sunday Sept 1, will be observed This: i is addrensd to young':I peep! who You are sure to find on. that seems to fit Have RevivalRevival
The following chairmen in In the First Methodist
are Church
the necessary repairs sometimes find their evenings dull, who you. Then join any Bibl. Class, off.r to act services will begin at
with Holy Communion at both
charge of the day's events: A, J. .
wash room. morning and evening services.At would like to meet others, who are just a as an usher or secretary or dark or fetch the Wateroak Baptist Church on
Thomas, general chairman; E. D. Sunday{ Sept 1, and. will continue
a Dudley of Newberry the 11 o'clock hour the pas little perplexed a Sunday School clats.
Tenly, arrangements; L. A. Ren- through Sept. 8. Services will bn
Jay to begin her dutyof tor the Rev. W. J. Churchwell,
the fifth and sixth nolds, publicity Maxie Carter will use for his topic. "What A Right her. in this community are many It's matter of record that the happiest conducted each evening by theRev

ampton school. Tribute Breakfast; Paul I Ray- Christian Should Be and Do". churches whose members have work.d yearafter people are those who do things for others. The, Wood pastor!row the Flynn.Rev a. E. Cut-

Joan and Connie mond, reception; W. L. Andrews Music at the evening service year to make this a batter pUee for You just can't leap good friends from com shaw, extends a cordial welcome
:ended several sessions coordination. will be In charge of the Junior to tile public.
allon Bible School atilt Choir with some 15 voices brIng- everyone Ing your way if you associata yourself with
Church in Waldo ing the Gospel in song. The pas- If you would tile to get out of the ",ut' soma Church.: It's the ideal place to meet MY BIIILR

tor will bring as his message, seem to b. in, visit; ; all of the churchas. to marry. Millions, have found this to ba trua.
of Mr. and Mrs. Clarof St. Mark'sEpiscopal "Deep Sea Fishing In Religion". you I opened. my old, old Dlbla

Oak Hill will be Church Young People will meet at 6:43: 'T/ie American Church and Sunday School are fhe and Psalms looked at a page of the

to learn that they are p. m., and a very interesting
of .a daughter, Mar- program has been arranged by greatest centers of good In all the world" Till the wintry sea of my troubles

lyn born Wednesday Church School 10 A. M. the delegates who have just returned J was soothed as by summer
from the Assembly at calms);
Mrs. Mamie Mead
Woodrow Hicks of Morning: Prayer and Southern College, Lakeland. Hll-! For the words that have helped
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are the respective Sermon 11 A. M. dred Johnson and Billy Smith will no many

slater of Mr. Mead. give reports, and all young people CHURCH DIRECTORYFIRST ---I and that ages have made more
Church dally for prayer are
atlace M. Joplin and open Seemed new In their power to
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and rest Service Center open ;.
Judy of Lake City, I comfort,
on here Monday and as they brought me their wordsof .
panted home by Mrs. Church St. at Jackson ((3 1-3'mile southeast of Htarke) cheer.
To Have
Rev. Frank J. Bryson, SupplyPastor __ ____ M.
ther and brother Mrs Church School 10 A. Rev. C. C. llarrl, Pastor -

iy and Emory H. Guy, of the Men's Classof Sunday School ___' __ 9:45: A. M. :Morn. Prayer Si: Sermon 11 A. M.Holy Service every Sunday an follow And there are those who comfort .

spend several days as. First Christian the First Methodist Churchare Morning Worship _-??_ 11 A. M. ( Communion lt Sunday) *I themselves with the belief
guests.! to launch their fall Litany &: Intercession that they are doing the Lord's
ready Ladle Auxiliary 2nd oil: 4th Tuea. Sunday School _____ 10 A. M.
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Friday __ __ 7: SO P. M. ?
Mrs. and attendance drive. work when they are fightingother
Williard Wynn and Church membership
liter Gwen were recent The campaign will be launchedat I KINGSLEY J.\KE MISSIONARY Holy Days 10 A. )(.. Holy Com- Morning Wonhlp ._____ II A. M. Christians,

Lake Butler. a breakfast in the Woman's mnnlon B.T.IT. _____-_____>_.. 7 P. M.
A. Adklns spent sev- Sunday, Sept. 1 Club building Sunday morning at Church open dally for prayer and Evening Worship ___... 8 1'. M.
Rev. W. O. Shown, Pastor _toSenlf'
last! Miami: 9 o'clock. Service each 8
week in Prayer Tuesday
11:00( A. M. Fannie Slices Sun. School Sept '' Center open dally for rec Lawtey
Mrs .Robert F. Touch- All men who are not attending reation.LAWTKY. P. M.

>1. spent Thursday vlsit- Guest Speaker other Sunday School classes are Louie L Walnwrlght." BTU Dlr. Cottage Prayer Meeting each Baptist ChUrch
invited to. contact T. H. Osborne Service Every Sunday

fords- Is spending the FRED DODD Fred Guy, or E. T Shull and Sunday School ___ 10 A. M. BAPTIST CHURCH Thursday 8 P. MWATEROAK Sunday School" 10 A. M.

weeks In Lake City Keystone Heights make arrangements to attend the Preaching ____________ 11 A. M. Rev. J. L. Norris FatorJ. Services 11 A. M. 8 P. M. "
E. Wall, Jr.' H. S.
will be employed as re- breakfast. H.T.U.--------____. 6:45: P. M. : IIAITIST
Sunday School _____ 10 A. M. Wednesday 8 p. m.
7:45 ??
tor for the Southern Preaching p.m. Rev. O. K.: Cutuhaw Pastor
Prayer Meeting each Wed. 7:80.GQSPKL Mernlng Wonhlp _____ 11 A. M. Mid-Week Prayer Service
BAPTIST CHURCH Young Peoplo'n Meet ._. 7 P. M. Service every ht and 3rd Sunday
Wheat and PINE -
baby daugh-
Evening Servtae8\ P. M. 11 a. m. and 8p.m.
Faye returned last week ; TABERNACLE, A Cordial Welcome
.ng In Georgia. Rev W. E. Hall Pastor STARKEMr. Prayer Service, "'ed. -?_._ 8 P. M. Sunday School every Sunday 10

arvene Watterson and oil: Mr.*.J.T.Qulf ley, Sponsor a. m.Everyone I Extended to All

Watterson spent then :Morning Worship ---.- 11 A. M. PINE LEVEL: BAPTISTRev. Welcome' I I I

Ft Myers with their II Bible School __.____-__ S P. M. W. K. hall, Pastor
School 10 A. M.
___ M.Evangelistie Sunday -
Is Doing Service 7:45
Bessie Church That : I Evening -
Bryant. The "Little" :Morning Worship .____ II A. M.

the nderwOOd Elland-Trleste of Gainesville wed- "Big" Things : __JlrotberhOOcIMoad.y ________ 7SO P. M. ,Song" Service _____ 7 P. M. GOSPEL TABERNACLE

FrIday Bible Study. Tun. .._. 7:45: P. M. Evening Worship _____- ? I P. M.
and Mrs. Under KINGDOM Teacher Meeting.' BJble Stu.lyMoDdlly
BUILD A GREATER Children'. Bible (lourWednesday
*daughters returned to COME HELP US LORDWELCOME __________ S P. M. ...._____.___ 8. P. M. Attend
with him to spend the FOR THE. Mid-Week Prayer Meeting
Lbdlea Meeting

eber Goodman and Thursday Prayer_________-__ S !". M. Wednesday -.____.... 8 P. M. "Young People's. Meeting"Every

Harriet, of Starke I EvanjC'llxtlc__Service__ __ 1:45 P. M. FIRST METHODIST. STARK
Friday _. :
7:45 P. M.
bay guests of Mr. and TO Inspirational Youth Meet Walnut Jk Jefferson Sla. Saturday,

eton Chas taln. .. Rev. W. J. Churchwell, Pantar
______ 7:43: P.
1 Mrs. Will Turner of Saturday -first Sundaymorahsg. Church School _______. 10 A. M. Good for Young and Old

Ca, and Mr. and Mrs. LAKE Communion every Morning Womhlp ___?. 11 A. M.

met and daughter KINGSLEY Youth Fellowship ?_._-. 1 P. M.

'ce, of Lakeland? Ga.. Evening Worship. ?__?. S P. M.
day guests of Mr. and CHURCHRev. BROOKER: BAPTIST CHURCH Prayer tt Praise Service

* Hinson. MISSIONARY BAPTIST Rev. C. A. Crosby Pastor Wednesday' .__?____ 8 P. H.W..n. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

guests of Mr. and Mrs. ______ Id A. M. Societylet
:tea Sunday School Tuesday ___-. 3:30: P. M. Florida
were Mrs. Allen'sss
Pastor :Morning Wonhlp ..____ II A. M. Starke
Joyce Shlrland and G. W. Shows, B.T.C. ___________- 7:13: P. M. HEILBRO.W: BAPTIST .
Mrs Walt Shlrland all Fannie Silcox Sunday School Supt. _ M- .. Rev. Frank J. Hrynon.' Supply Pastor
. Ca. Preaching' __-_ ___ I P. Rev. G. J:. Cu ha. Pastor
Prayer Meeting each Wed. S P. M. Servlrea every 2nd and 4th Sundays -
.d<[ Uri. Roy Starr and 10:00A.1\I. __ 11 a.m. and 8:1: $ pjn.
W, Sunday School - --- HAVE YOU A SECRET .'E.1C1Don't ;
Rahme, Sr.. of Pae 11:00 A. 31. Sunday School every Sunday ._
visiting relatives here Preaching 6:13 P. M. i SPONSORSOf 10 a. m.; H.T.t' 7:00: p. m. Fall to Hear Thix Sermon -Sunday 11 A. M.Christ's .

Training Union IS P. M. The Church Page Everyone "'...IClJfII8.Df.D..N .
* Mrs. DeWitt Prevatt( I Preaching Service 7: Solution of Our Modern Fears"FIRST

'Jf\vllle\ were guests of BAPTIST CHCRCIIBrooker

*tt'l sister, Mrs. J. F. Tip Top Super Market FTa. ,

Friday of last week. REMEMBER Prayer MeetingEach Alvarez Store Rev. C. A. frooby. Pastor

F' Johnson and grand- Hollywood Camera Sunday School _- -- ----- 8 P. M.

Carl and Shirley Dennl- Gift I Preaching ___ __ ____- P. M.
7:30 P. M.ire & Shop METHODIST CHURCH
t Sunday in Mayport Wednesday II. C. Wall Agency Prayer Mw ano :Mrs! George Rahme 8:30 P. :M. Starke FloridaThe
. i Carp nter'CocaCola ,
.p to all readers -
11enlJ1e Morris and Mrs. I! extend a special invitation Bottling Co. FIRST! C.IIRI:04TI.\S: CIIfRCH I Friendly Church Rev. W. J. Churchwell. Pastor' "
not enrolled \ Call Street
ahme who are Uila's Christian I Kt
Sr.. of Palatka of our community Bible School ,. ___ __ JI) A. )f. I
StoreTyu4' -
4"* relatives here Sunlmaehlnn meet u* at Sunday Koch Drug I 113BRDFORD
School Preaching. 2nd &: 4th SundaysIlA.31.ASP.M.
NEWLl'{ ADDED I'I ----- -
Sunday. Driggers Furniture Co.
School each HId-""_" Prayer Soon iceWednesday "
GIVE ADEQUATE *' 11 A. M.-"What Should A Christian Be And Do?
; ; ; SCHOOL 1l00.JJS P. )L

'It'hr.i| Scotch tape. SUNDAY CL.ISSES.COJIE Hart Furniture Co. Woman'. Mi...*l,,nary Council
"r all types account SPACE FOil ALL Florida Bank at StarkeMikeiaruca iNwIaeM inertia at church 8 I'. M.-1)eep Sea Fithin: In Religion"I
bmi and many JOI.V WITH US. .* lt .and S r l fiunwlay 8 P. JL
at the Bradford JiNJJ
'w C1'811 b., I '. I I I -

., .

RIGHT .. _. ------ --- -- -
.. ----
.. ----- -
-- ---- ---- ------- I Club In the Veteran's
--- ---
- --- ---- the Rotary Hembree,
I- Cemetery WorkingAn County-wide SurveyOf Coaches Disappointed In Turnout; Homecoming Celebration on Sept. and Robt L Kite and e1ettn I1It

j Available Labor 28 were welcomed! ,
<* DONUTS ROLLS all-day working will be held I Two new members Dr. J. M. this meeting. ntf (Ill III:

*. PIES & CAKES at McKlnney Cemetery on Monday Now In Progress. BHS Faces Tough Test In First Game .

None are better Sept. 2. A county-wide labor survey,

conducted by the Chamber ot: Training for Bradford's Purple [ this year.
than Commerce by the Chamber Wednesday Service tf Barney McRae,
The New River Baptlnt Church Tornadoes, which began three
afternoon In 12 communi- will be lost until the mid-
will hold'a cemetery working ties. weeks ago, had been heartenedby dle guard of the season, due to an ankle

Lappe Bakerymakes Wednesday, Sept. 4. R. H. Green, Teams gathering the necessary the presence of Shad Bryant, injury last apt Ing.

church clerk and treasurer, announced data were rushing the W9rk In new assistant coach sr>d Clemson .

that 'tjherej will be dinner hopes of completing the survey alumnus. But the turnout aver- 47 T. B. Suspects ShoesFOR
CAKES MADK TO OHUEIl by Saturday evening. Guy Andrews aging about 22 dally, had been
on the ground The public chairman of ,the project, below Coach Carscn Gelger's expectations Examined.Here.

..Is Invited. Maid the Information had been requested "With the opening of
by representatives of Industries school at hand, it means now A total of 47 persons underwent
Inter ested In Locating that the boys must really bear i examination at the highly successful -
here. clown," the Coach reported. "The I x-ray clinic held In the

Purpose of the survey Is'to ar- f.rst; game, with ailn-vIle! Li a I office of the Bradford County The Entire Famil)
rive at statistics which presentan tough one. The boyi have only Health Department on Thursday,
accurate picture of the em- two weeks to get In shape, and I Aug. 22. The clinic was conducted -
situation in Bradford we must make the most of it." I by the State Bureau of Tuber-

Sun. Mon. Sept. 1, 2 persons County.ployment over It 18 was years stated of age that will all with The Geiger new coach a confidence Bryant, In scares the culosis either, and direct all persons family examinedwere contacts, Every day is bargain da

** be contacted and will be assisted possibilities' of the '46 team, plus suspects or arrested cases under

..1I T T T In naires.filling;.out individual question awareness will that not a ba winning produced combination observation. at the * *

With' Paulette Coddard & Kay Milland Queries will have reference,U without the men's willingness togork Tisdale Discusses
the resident's employment status '! hard through the season Youth ServiceAt
Also Latest News now and within the next aft "Shad," formerly of Carthage.
months. In this way, Andrews Tennessee is a veteran of the Rotary ClubW. 51 AR Star

Toes.- Wed. Thurs. Sept. 3, 1, 5, said, the Chamber of Commerce Clemson Tigers" several "pro" B. Tisdale, head of the Department .
elevens, and was freshman
and adequate
will supply prompt
of Plant Pathology,
"THE WELL GROOMED BRIDE"With Information concerning the avail- field coach at CJemson in 1940.He Universityof
College of Agriculture
ability of workers when requested Is well known here, having
fefereed many local games duringhis Florida, was guest speaker .
Olivia De Havllland by prospective industries.The .
Club Wednesday, describing -
deadline for final receiptof 18 months as an Infantrymanat the Rotary A
Blanding. He will nerve some of the importantwork
could be completed Camp
Fri. Sat. Sept 6, 7 Was the believed survey however, that mostof as a coach In several spoils and I carried on by the Youth
Committee of the Gainesville -
DOUBLE FEATURE"BLONDIE'S th survey could be completedby as science Instructor. Entering Service
the end of this month. Professional footba'l in 1941, he Rotary Club.
Committeemen in charge of the played halfback with the Philadelphia -, The Gainesville Rotarians, In 4tae (1.hLor
and"FRONTIER- various communities, who will appoint Eagles, the Detroit Lions conjunction! with other civic clubs, \
OF '49" researchers, are: V. R. Fer- and in the Dixie Pro League maintain a Vocational Guidance ,
guson, Lawtey; R. L. Kite, Hell- prior to induction in the Army service, assisting young men and
Also CartoonNOTICE bronn Springs; Junius Smith,, A team shaping up during the I. women in deciding what career
Vanderbllt; Guy Andrews, Long past three weeks showed need of 'I they want to follow, and to ob- r
Bridge and New River; E. J. a good wing back ant suggestedthat tain Jobs best suited to their cap-

Dahmer Rising; L. O. Hazen,, the squad may be shy of I abilities.All .
reserve ends. It was too earlyto I vocations in the community
Hrooker; K::, T. Shull, Graham;:
Fred Guy, Hampton; C. H. Nas- rate Individual pel'flll mances'l are listed, the speaker stated, anda is a matt
worthy, Theresaa; A J, Thomas,, Charles Mooney, half, ', I leading man In each field Is,
I Sampson City; T. H. Osborne,, ;ng and passing: well. Other let- I selected to serve as counselor to: of
North Starke; Jos. E. Wilson, E. termen turning out for the early boys and girls interested In this good
U Matthews, South Starke.: sessions Included Al Harley wing work. This service; has been of: .
back, Jim McRae, half, Chatles great help to many young men
The Following Grocery Stores Knight, and Bill Edwards, ends; and women, the speaker stated.S. rOO111113
Fred States
Jimmy Godwin and Maxl Carter: G. Denmark and N. D. Wainwright -

Will Remain Closed' His PlatformIn tackles, Billy: Miles and Spencer Jr., representing the Start out this fall with (that fashion
Crews guards. and Joe Monteith, American Legion Post, spoke
Council RaceFred
center. All ot these a LABOR DAY Sept. 2 this year with the exception of
AU Day Guy, manager of the local
Coca Cola Bottling Co. and can- McRae and Crews, sophomores, groomed. In our hands dry eleaniii\
and Monteith: a junior. Among
didate for the City Council, this non-lettermen showing promise is a fine art that restores clothing ti
week Issued the following statement -
were James Phillips John Rivers, HavingA
Tip Top Super MarketMcDavid's : end, andEMward Shull, center. their original style and sleekness..
"As a candidate for the office
of City Councilman, I wish to Doyle Conner, Buck Norman, Wedding Soon? Old garments look like new ..no
Jack Hall Marion: Manning. Bi-n
Grocery & MarketS. pledge my continued support to
Holtzendorf and William Andrews
the County Health Departmentand t ; garments keep their newness longtr
lettermen expected to return .
Its program, which Is Indispensable I :
R. Johns, Jr.GreenP. to the people of Starke r I Try us today and see
City Equalizers
and Bradford County. Have the Pictures
"The improvement and main- The Council will .
Store A. M. Darby'sLovett's City meet as
tenance of our city streets Is another a Board of Equalizers at Its reg- Made by .j> PHONE 135
project In which I am vital- ular ,
meeting, Tuesday Sept. 3
Cannon'sA ly interested. I also favor the at 8:30: p. m., for the purpose of T. H. OsborneWRITE .. RfUT. 315
Improvement of our City Park to '
hearing complaints from ownersor GlEPEN
such an extent that it will provide agents of real estate, personal BOX 423 TempleAit.

& P Tea Co. adequate recreational facili property, or intangible property, OR CALL AT Owner .
ties. I also feel that the city the values of which have been
should assist and cooperate In IIOOIEK BROS. STUDIO
fixed by the City Assessor of ,
every way possible with local or- Taxes and accepted by the Coun-
SHOP SATURDAYFOR ganizations) in order to Interest cil.
and Induce any worthwhile industry -
A LONG WEEKEND' to I locate. In our ,-,\tv.
"it- Illnb- my endeavor;' If

elected, to strive and work for
the interest and welfare of every-


Tourist Camp,Owner THE
MEDICINE Dies of Heart AttackLeslie
H. Whipple SI, died suddenly .
Attractive of a heart attack Monday, I' OF..M
98c Aug. 19, at hU residence one mile '.. ''
.. south of Starke on Highway 13. I_ i; I Mr. W.
Van Gunter
Funeral services were held at ,.. i (
the graveside In Lake
All Metal Foot-Trip 3I'ieceCARVING Crosby > i...., .f
Cemetery August 20, with the

GARBAGE Rev. L. Q. Hemingway officiating. 'ij'AS SERVICE MANAGERJ. OF
Mr. WhIpple is survived by his ". .
CANS SETS wife, Mrs. F, Ada Whipple. .
The deceased was born in Little f

1.49 3.98 up ton, N. H., but most of his life P. Roberts Motors t,-
operated a produce market on ,

Masonic street In Gainesville. He ;t
METAL Pal moved to Starke three years ago .'\' ..
to operate the tourist camp cine r .
mile south! of Stoke on Road 13 'JJ
and. also he was a produce dealer.H. 4. .' .. .,. ,
BASKETS was a member Of the Baptist If. \. ....,..."'t," .
Church. DeWitt C. Jones had ;
1 "
charge of arrangements. :r ft' ; ...
79c 11.95 :, .I :',
> .: ::
W.C.T. U., "> Mr. Gunter I Is Well-Known *

JUvminam Utility 'SOMK OBSERVATIONSBy .' ," *r _
4 ': .. ,
.... WATER .... t! 4; m Starke, Having Many Mj ,
Jay C.. Smith President Ledger -j flR
": DIPPERStSUCKET Publishing Co., Lakeland florIda ,.,;;; I Years Experience In Automobile \ ...' ,

35c ""''t the other fellow take t
*. .35 .. Repair.
are of himself to the attitude '" ;t-- '.
assumed by some, but they forget .. .i*

that God called Cain .Into **.s. ,
Monitor arrount for his brother's -
welfare :
." We Now Maintain A Modern
Up-To-Date Body
Lunch Boxes CARPET ""The Ledger has declined ,
several thousands of dollar Fender and
SWEEPER for liquor advertising for tile Department and \Vill.Be. Glad

IMWhag following reasons, : We know

'TLduJe. that Ledger advertising netls To Be of Service To You. Mr. J. M. Taylor of
7.95 the product* advertised. ; U
235 through a liquor advertlsententone
boy or one girl should be Bradenton, Fla. Is In Charge of This Department.J. .
led to a life of drunkenness,
we feel that the Ledger would
Farm Home {3 Auto become 'parUcepa CrlmnU, to
hl, downfall"

(Copied from Florida Baptist P.
Supply, Inc. Witness.) ROBERTS MOTORS

144 WEST CALL STREET The WCTU will meet Friday
afternoon. Aug. 30 at 3 o'clock 600 Temple Ave.
with Mrs. W. A. Scott corner Starke Fla.PAtZC .

Temple and Washington Sta. .

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-' e TIL FltD.1Y:::1

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."- : taGJIT" _. ,-- '--- ----
_. .- --. -- .-- ------ -' the Rotary Club Veteran'sHomecoming Hembree
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.. Cemetery WorkingAn County-wide SurveyOf Coaches Disappointed In Turnout; 28. Celebration on Sept.I were and Robt welcome L Kite dot(

I Available Labor ,'n\\?,
DONUTS ROLLS all-day working will be held Two new members, Dr J. :M. this meeting the ttsy!

s' WES & CAKES at McKinney Cemetery on Mon Now In Progress BHS Faces Tough Test III First GameTraining ---

None are better day, Sept 2. A county-wide labor survey,

conducted by the Chamber of for Bradford's Purplo this year. Thiin
thanLappeBakery Commerce by the Chamber Wednesday Services tf Barn'ty McRae,

The New River 'Baptillt Church afternoon In 12 communities. Tornadoes, which began three guard, will bi lost until the mid:
halt been heartenedby
will hold'a cemetery working weeks ago die of the season, due to an ankle

Wednesday, Sept. 4. R. II. Green, Teams gathering the necessary the presence of Shart Bryant, injury last apt Ing.

church clerk and treasurer, announced data were rushing the work In new assistant coach and Clemsoa and

makes that, tierp; ) will be din- hopes of completing: the surveyby alumnus about But 22 the dally turnout, has aver-been 47 T. B. Suspects Shoes
Guy aging
ner on the ground The publicIs chairman of ,the project, below Coach Carson Geiger's Examined Here

Invited. < aid the Information had been requested pectations. "With the opening of I I. FOR

by representatives of Industries school at hand. It means now A total of 4T persons underwentthat :

interested In locatinghere. the!. boysrn.ust really_.bear! examInation"at"the,highly,.suc. '.__ -' -

.... -

Purpose of the survey Is to arrive -

at statistics which presentan COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA -nl D\- '---
accurate picture of the em- PAGE 8-IJ '. .\.l'Gr8tI"

ployment situation In Bradford fiitcirr rotirr. Olt"UFOItDI at Starke, Florida, this August II, lift v'. Kllzal, >i.th M. Jh.r"l..rtnark, ,' 11'1"11' "
stated that all I'M .. 194*. Uelemlnnf. Case No. 5021.OHIlKR : Case .1
Mon. Sept. 1 2 County. It was (01 ('Y. FLOItlUAl N" I
Sun. ,
persons ** ) be contacted, and will be assIsted.In norc K. Lowe, Defendant. Case No. By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. STATE OP- ,.FLORIDA to: Elisabeth ANTI. "Off/'F. JILir
,1I TTV"With Individual question- 40X3. II. O. Brown, Starke Fla. M. MUTiilertmark whose resldcni'p STATl.Oreenw, ; nF" Fu'ftIDA
filling out ORDER: OF PUBLICATIONAND AU?. for Plf. 8-9 4t 8-30 WoortvUIe State Hospital. I'Wh 'elide
naires. NOTICE' TO APPEAR \VcmU\llle, Pennsylvania. e known
have reference. t. STATE OF FLOKIDA. to: Elea NOTICE OF KE-KCTIOV You are required to appear on V.,n, n, ,
Paulette Goddard & Ray Mllland Queries will nor' K. Lowe, whose residence Is I Charles .A. Darby, Mayor ofSta'rk. September" 23. 1046, In the above Srpteml, .i '914! :
the reagent's employment status 2.121: 47eh !Street; Camden, N.'J. .., Florida by virtue of the named Court and cause. wherein Momlniugv
Also Latest News and within the nest:! six Y>u are required| to appear on authority vested In me by law, do plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford above ,1rndf |i Itb, II,
now 81-i>i umber D, 1940 In the above named hereby call an election to ha heldat I'nunty Telegraph shall pUblish this wh..r"'I'' ,,(., .." + 'or t
months. In this way Andrewssaid fourt and cause. wherein plain- the City Hall In the aforesaidtown Order. In next. four weekly Unite. D mpublish "'k,
Wed. .Thurs. Sept. 3, .1,5. the Chamber of Commercewill : tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County by the nullified voters on Witness. my hand and official "H ')rd'7eI'rr .
Tues.- Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Tuesday, September 10, 1948, for the seal at Htarke; Florida this August weekly a i ,',ff k
supply prompt and 'adequate next four weekly Issues. purpose of electing the following 22 1940. "'
WELL GROOMED BRIDE"With Information concerning the avail- Witness my hand and official seal officers: (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. at :Start.,1"I'! FI IdAIt"bl d ,r.194L r.
"THE nt Starke Florida, this August 7, '1.hr.....Aldermen An Clerk of said Court. I.
ability of workers, when requested 1 194a, Donating\ to Bradford Health lash II. Douglas, Oalnenvllle, Fin
Olivia Ie Havilland by prospective Industries. (OFFICIAL: SEAL) A. J. Thomas.As ClinicFor Atty. for Plf. 8-83 4t D-13 (OFFKMU -1'\1.; ,, I,
Court. As Clerk of said 1 '' .
The deadline for final receiptof Dry Lucille Conner D. C. Against IN: ciitrrrr COURT DRA-DFOnO By Liu >Pit i ? .
the survey could be completed J. C Durrance, Jacksonville, Bla.Atty. Inspectors of said election: J. L. fOITV.. FLOIUIKll' ,IV ClIAV-: J. s"n1' .. ckM".
FrI. Sat. Sept. 6, 7 believed however that mostof for PIt 8-8 4t 8-80 Anderson, R. F. Demurest, D. A. ('.. In.'IIIIt.m. Atty. f., I PI- ]I':
fas Mantlet J. 'U'uinwrlsht, andT. \\ Culkln, Plaintiff VB.AKneR
DOUIILE I EAT U It EuBLONDIE'S th survey could be completedby S. Williams. Culkin, Defendant. Case No. 5016 ; ;;
IN riiirurr' roinr. BRADFORD In I hereunto t-t midirEdwnrd CarnT
testimony whereof. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND In
LUCKY DAY" the end of this month, ('OI"Io'I'Y. FI.UHIUAl' IN CHAN-' subscribe my name and cause the NOTICE! TO APPEAR ('01'1'', FLORllltr I
Committeemen In charge of the seal. of the town to be hereuntoafrlx..d STATE OF FLORIDA to: Agnes CERY.
and"FRONTIER- various communities, who will ap-, Kaniuet'A.. B u r o h, Plaintiff Ca.sNo. vs.Orace this the 7th day of August,, Culkln whose residence and address K: Mn) formfl''
Defendant. as Erich
E. Burch, May) Plalnul/
A. U, IK 77 Sussex Street St. Hel- ,
OF '49" point researchers are: V. R. Ferguson 4084 PUBLICATIONASO 1946.CHARLES A. DAnDY, en'H, Ijinchanhlre, RnRland. t Mr.IIay! Defendant
Kite Heilaromt ORDER OF (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) Mayor. You are required to
ATTEST: : September 23, 1946, In the above OF PCBLlC
Also CartoonNOTICE Springs; Junius Smith OF FLOIilOA to: Grace Carl Johns, City Clerk 8-9 6t 9.8 named Court and cause, wherein AND NOTICE TO AI'S'1'ATF
E. Burch, whose residence Is un ; V.
r Vanderbilt; Guy Andrews, Long known. plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford Jolly May who FLORIDA,
Bridge and New River; E. J. You are required to appear on IN CIRCUIT CO 9 In the above nam- "0 L''N'ry. FLOHIUtl It CHAN this Order In next four weekly Is- Ir
September 1946 (Angus) Scotland.
L. O. Hazen
Dahmer Rising; ed court and cause, wherein plaintiff CKHY.Marguerite. sues.Witness .
Hall Pardee, Plaintiff, my hand arid-official seal You an lequIrM to.
Brooker E. T. Shull, Graham; necks divorce. Bradford County
; Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn vs. Lee B. Pardee, Defendant. Case at Starke, Florida -this August 21194R September! 16, me In t n
C. H. Nas- named. Court
Fred Guy Hampton; next four weekly Issues. No. 4991. and run
Theressa; A. J. Thomas Witness hand and official seal ORDER OF PUBLICATION (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, plaintiff scekc divorce
worthy, my
this 7, AND NOTICE TO APPEAR As Clerk of said Court County Telegraph ihall (l,
I Sampson City; T. H. Osborne, at 1948.Htarke. Florida August STATE OF FLORIDA to: Lee B. T. Frnnk Landrum Starke Fla. Order In next four see|

North Starke; Jos. E. Wilson, E. (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, Pardee, whose. residence and address A tty. for Plf. 8-23 4t 9-13 ust seal IS at, 1946.OFFICIAL Starke; Florida i
Is Short Beach, Connecticut.
An Clerk of said Court.
L. Matthews, South Starke. By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. You are required to appear on IN cmrur corni, BRADFORD ( SEAL 4.1
J. C. Durrance, Jacksonville, Fla. September 9, 1946 In the above named 'OI''i'I'Y. FLOHIUAl IN CHAN.CKHY. As Clerk of said Coon
The Following Grocery Stores Atty. for Plf. 8-9 4t 8-30 court and cause, wherein plaintiff By Lucille C Conn.r.D'
Fred Guy States seeks divorce. Bradford: County Omle Lee Ball, Plaintiff vs. Daniel T. Frank Landrum, Surt!
IN CIRCUIT coinr. BRADFORD' Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Winston Ball, Defendant. Case No. Atty. for Plf. |I.
His PlatformIn tOII'VTY, FI.OIIIUAI" IN CIIANC next four weekly l issue 5019.
Will Remain Closed ,E411. Witness my hand and official seal ORDER OF PUBLICAIONAND '
Council RaceFred James" R. Cornolloud, Plaintiff, vs. at Starke, Florida, this August 8, NOTICE. APPEAR IN CinCtIT (OIHT. Ill
Anna Kelmo. Cornellous, Defendant. 1948. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Daniel FLORIDA, IN
Cane No. 4992.ORDER (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Winston Ball whose residence Is CEIIY.Harry
DAY Sept. 2 As Clerk of said Court. unknown.You W Burgi-ii PU
All Day LABOR Guy manager of the local OF PUBLICATIONAND Catherine F .
Bergen, <
NOTICE TO APPEAR fly Lucille C. Conner D. C. are required to appear on
Coca Cola Bottling Co. and can- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Anna T. Frank Landrum Starke Fla. September 23, 1946, In the above Case No 5020.ORDER .
didate for the City Council this Kelmo CornalloiiH, whose residence Atty. for Plf. 8-9 4t 8-30 named Court and cause, wherein OF PCTUC
plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford ANn NOTICE TO U\\
is 1614 North I'earh Street,
week Issued the following state- adelphia. Pennsylvania.You 1:01: CIHCI'IT COURT BRADFORD County Telegraph shall publish this STATE (OP FLORIDA) I,
MarketMcDavid's ment: are required to appear on "OL"iTY, FLORIIJ" I' CHAN.CEIe Order In next four weekly Issues Inc 1<'. Burgers. whose if
Tip Top Super "As candidate for the officeof September 9, 1946 In the above named v. Witness my hand and official seal 3605. 3'th!' Avenue Cole
a Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Lula E.: Harley, Plaintiff vs. Mike at Starke, .Florida this .August 22 Maryland
City Councilman I wish to seek divorce. Bradford County Harley Defendant. Case No. 4986. 1946. You an< required to
& MarketS. continued support to Telegraph shall publish this orderIn ORDER OF PUBLICATION (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas,, September l3 1141. In
Grocery pledge my ; next four weekly Issues. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR As Clerk of said Court. named Court ind ,u"
the County Health Department Witness' my hand and official seal STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mike Zach H. Douglas, Oainesvlllei Fla. plaintiff jecki divorce
and its which Is lndls< at Starke. Florida this August 8, Harley, whose residence and address Atty. for Plf. 8-23 4t 9-1S I County Telvyraph >hall|pI>
program 1946. la Oranireburv, South Caro Order In uxl, roUt wet|
R. Johns, Jr. pensable to the people of Starke (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, lina.You IN riltCVIT COURT BRADFORD waned my hand sVI
and Bradford County. An Clerk of said Court. are required to appear on COUNTY FLOHIUAl CHAN. seal at Starki .Floridi.lt
By Lucille C. Conner, D. C. September 9, 1946 In the above nam- C" RY. 22, 194A.
"The improvement and main. Charles R Hess, Jacksonville, Fla. ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Grace Moore Plaintiff vs. Alex (OFFICIAL SEAL) A-J' ,
Green Store A. M. Darby'sLovett's tenance of our city streets Is an- Ally for Plf. > 8-9 4t 8-30 seeks divorce. Hradford County Moore, Defendant. Case No. 4933. As Clerk of Raid Court.
---- Telegraph shall publish this Order ORDER OF PUBLICATION Kaeh II D..ugla, Guns. '
other project in which I am vital IN CIRCUIT: roniT. HRAHFORD' In next four weekly Issues.. AND' NOTICE TO APPEAR Atty for Pif I-
ly interested. I also favor the' ('4>1I'V, FLOIUUAl' l"iIIAN.. Witness my hand and official STATE OF FLORIDA to: Alex
Cannon'sA i'Kitr.Catherine. seal at Starke, Florida, this August Moore, whose residence and address
Improvement of our City Park to Harrlneau. Day, Plaintiff, 7, 1946.OFFICIAL la unknown. IN cincur roiRT.' inc
such an extent that It will pro- vs. Eugene Jay Defendant Case ( SEAL) A. J, Thomas, You are required to appear on u'\ry. FIOIIIIHI
No 4989.! As Clerk of said Court. September 23, 1946, In the above CIIIV.!
& P Tea Co. vide adequate recreational facili ORDER OF PUBLICATION !Hy Lucille C. n eti> C. named tCourt and Ruse, wherein Albert P Schwarl Tb
ties. I also feel that the city ANd NOTICE TO APPEAR T. Frank Landrum, rk Fla. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Mildred 8 Hchwarl 9'
should assist and cooperate in STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. Atty. for Plf. 8-9 4t 8-80 County Telegraph shall publish this Case No. :1001ORDER;
Eugene Gay whose residence and -- Order In next four weekly Issues. OF prBLI
every way possible with local organizations address Is haute 3, Ifox 15, Georgetown IN' CIRCUIT COrilT. Witness my hand and official AND NOTICE TO AI
In order to Interest South Carolina, or, % Mrs, COUNTY BRADFORD. seal at Starke, Florida, this August STATE OP FLORIDA I-.
SHOP SATURDAYFOR Alice Pitt, Wilson, North Carolina. shift V. IN CHAN.C 21, 1046. S. 8ehwnM. whine reside
and Induce any worthwhile Indus You are required to appear on Norris Sullivan (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, lejo. California.
A LONG WEEKEND try to locate in our city. !September; 9, 194ft In the above named Hill Sullivan Defendant Plaintiff vs.Case Katie As Clerk of said Court. You are required to I
Court and cause, wherein plaintiff. 49H7. Zach H. Douglas, Gainesville Fla. September I 18, lltlD. In tie
"It will be my endeavor, 11 seeks divorce. Bradford County ORDER OF PUBLICATION Atty. for Plf. 8-23 4t 9-13 September l 16. 1 1941. In
elected, to strive and work for Telegraph shall. publish. this Order AND NOTICE TO APPEAR named Court lad< vas
In next four weekly IssuesWitness divomaCounty .
the Interest and welfare of every'one. my hand and official. seal STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs. IN rinci'iT COURT, BRADFORD plaintiff seeks ,I hili ptOrd..r
I Katie Hill Sullivan, whose residenceand ('0 Ir 1'1 TY. FLORIDA' IN CHAN TfU'graph
at Htarke. Florida, thin August 1, ....k
address Is % Clarence Hill Box CKHY. .. In nut t f uWltnfH
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Jfl, Route 8, West Denton Mary Earl Johns, Plaintiff vs. Beulah my hand
4- "i1BCE (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas'; Floridaust
Beautiful As Clerk of said Court. land, or, % Mft Stella t.ecatel, Johns.. Defendant Case No. 5004. seal at Ktarke. .
Tourist Camp.Owner fly Lucille C Conner, D. C. 101 Oak Street Laurel, Delaware. ORDER OF PUBLICATION 10. IH46.SEAL '
You are required to AND NOTICE TO (OFFICIAL
CANISTER T. Frank Landrum, Btarke Fla. appear on APPEAR
MEDICINE Dies of Heart Attack Atty. for Plf. 8-9 4t 8-30 September 9, 1946 In the above named STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mrs. As Clerk of laid'' Court
Court. and cause wherein plaintiff Deulah John 14 hemlock Street Hv Um-llli C "n0'arnjAtfy ]
SETS CABINETS IN rnici'IT rovtrr. BRADFORD seeks divorce. Bradford County Buffalo .New York. '" *' '"
Leslie H. WhlppU. 51, died su& COl'"eTV, FI.OHIUAl IIIANCKIIV. : Telegraph! shall publish. this Order You are required to appear on for Pit
In next four weekly Issues. September 16, 1946, In the above -
Jkttnutirv 6.35 denly of a heart attack Monday Florence Newman Rothfarb, Plaintiff Witness my hand and official named Court and cause, wherein cinrnr ('01 RT, n'1
98c Aug. 19 at his residence one mil* vs. :Maurice Rothfarb, Defen- 7.seal 1W48 at,Starke Florida, this August plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford fs 01"1'1, FIOHIIMl"CKHY.
,. dant. Case No. 4988 County Telegraph shall publish this
e south of Starke on Highway 13. : .. i
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION J. Thomas Order In next four weekly Issues. Cborrv, PlnlntltL'
Funeral services were held al AND NOTICE! .TO APPEAR As Clerk of said Court. Witness mv hand and official seal Lambert Ed rherrr.' l.r.n41No'.J )
the graveside In Crosby L a k < STATE: OF FLORIDA to: Maurice Hy Lucille C. Conner, D. C. at Starke Florida this August II
Rothfarb nk LanAtty.r Starke, Fla. 194ftOFFICIAL! LRLIG
AH Metal Foot-Trip 3-Piece whose residence and address iR OF
Cemetery August 20 with thi Is Antwerp Belgium.You for Plf. 8.9 4t 8.30 ( SEAL) A. J.. ThomasAs AND NOTII'!': Tn AI
Rev. L. O. Hemingway officiating are required to appear on Clerk of said Court. \T OF FLORIDA :
GARBAGE CARVING September 9. 1948, In the above named \ CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD By Lucille C. Conner D. C. H.8L mert Ch.rrY'l C
Mr. Whipple Is survived by hu Court; and pause, wherein plaintiff COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN CHAN. T. Frank Landrum. Starke, Fla. 39, fJeorK ,
CANS SETS wife Mrs F. Ada Whipple. ; i seeks divorce. Bradford County CERY.Edmondo. Atty. for Plf. 8-H 4t 9-8 Box You are required! to lbSeptember
Llttto Telegraph shall. publish thin Order Olombl Plaintiff, 1 16. >'" '%I?
The deceased born in V"
was In four IN CIRCI'IT
next weekly Issues.Witness Istde li'antelll Olombl Defendant COVHT. BRADFORD: .', "t n
1.49 3.98 ton, N. H.. but most of his life my hand and official seal. Case No 4990. rOI' TY. FLORIDA, IN CHAN-' plaint tf eekstdavorc. ,
upMETAL at Starke, Florida, this August 7, OF CKHY. T"I"lfrapl 'han 5Order ,
operated a produce market 01 AND County .
194x APPEAR "
NOTICE TO Ernest Hudson Plaintiff, vs. is 'let'Yltne's I. u. .
Masonic street In Gainesville. H/ (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas STATE 01<' FLOIUDA Hudson Defendant. Case No. Marl \ ,'1hanl.. an
moved to Starke three years ago As Clerk of said Court. Bandelll Olombl whose residence ORDER OF PUBLICATION heal al Ntnrke Florida
Pal Hy Lucille C. Conner, D. C. and address I" Via Tlalane AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
to the tourist T Frank Starke. Florida. VecUlio 12, 1948. I
operate ,camp ore Landrum No.4. Trieste. Italy STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mary (OFFICIAL 8PhMourl.
mile, south of Stark on Road li: Atty. for Plf. 8-9 4t 8-30 You are 9.1944 in theoabovecam. Hudson whose residence Is un A8 Clerk >f sa I r
WASTEPAPER c. conner'srarl
and' also he was a produce dealer IX CIRCUIT COURT BRtnPORD. ed Court and cause, wherein plain. You are required to appear on T.fly Frank Lucille I-nndrum 1,1
BASKETS He was a member of the Baptlsi rolNTl.Y. FLOHBUAI' IN CHA.N.CI3H tiff seeks divorce. Bradford County September 16, 1946, In the above Atty. tur PI'N ,

Church. DeWitt C. Jones hal. Annie Lee Sweatman, Plaintiff vs. In Telegraph next four shall publish this Order named Court. and cause wherein --: -
weekly I..u>.. plaintiff seeks. divorce. Bradford OTIc;' '
charge of arrangements Luutn' Hweatman, Defendant. Case .J.tn* my hand and official County Telegraph this
; seal shall publish
No. 4979. here"> 'I-J
79c' Florida this Order In Notice .I. ;
August 8, next four weekly Issues
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND 19aa. Witness my hand and official underslnnedand are li ft ..UIn..e
NOTICE TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL SEAL) seal at Starke, FlorMa, this Aug. under the I
W.C.T. U STATE OF Fl.olliDA to: Louis As Clerk of said Court.lnom"' ust 14, 1946.OFFICIAL Tip Top uper ( 'f
Swestman, whose St
residence Is anq
known: un-< "y Lucille C. Conner D. C. ( SEAL) A. }. Thomas Ili East tall ,',
'M. >MC OBSERVATIONS T. Frank Landrum, Starke., Fla. As Clerk of said Court. [
You are required to emend .lI'j'l.r.r.:
appear on for
aMa.ieum Atty. Plf. to
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Utility Harrlnnn :
.. /September 9. I94, In the above named 4t g.,0 ; Jacksonville Fla. :
Atty. for Plf. ,.8 tltlou '""r .n
8-18 4t l
By Court and wherein
cause plain-
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WATER tiff seeks divorce. Pradrord County I" ('..Irll'r ( Fill M
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RUBBER lay C. Smith ......Idt Ledge ;Telegraph In next four shall weekly publish Issues.this order n/1'l'Y I FLOIUIH l IM "II L\. r VFY.,IT FLOItlD.il* ll MT, BRADFORD IN CIIAN'EItY. !:Nast. rthy s""I 8t, lIrl'
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