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: September 6, 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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| ;orn have voters in the City of Starke been faced

serious and significant an issue as the one that

sO them when they go to the polls next
confront Official County Publication Established In 1827bOLLME

Sept. 10. :- .
JI! -- -- - -
those few brief hours of voting time the SIXTY-EIGHT STARKE. FLORID.FRIDAY. MEI'TK.'lnER 6, IIH6 MUMHKK .()ltTY- I"

't nng decide whether -- --
Mill to continue '
,, of Starke our -- - -- u_ _

!lent willing all program gains to of for meet recent the the promotion years moderate aside! of simply financial good because healthtoss des Mayor Asks County, City and Public City Election Expected


ot ironical our established that Starhe Health with; Department.an established unit. To Join In All-out Clean-up Drive

j s .. inmtmro mnrlarn ,",,,,Irlinn (nnp nf the TO Draw Heavy Balloting

r---; : : BRADFOKD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STAUKR, ,,'unm\ FRIDY, ,U'ots-r-(). IUIIImy Voters Eager to Express Will On

Financial Support Of
: --- ---- uld-be Voters

To HousewiveV NOTlcr 0' tt-BCTIOM 'the Collection of TUMU lip AmandineSectlona <1> The LegUlattire .!lan at thai Legislative ) Health Department
WHEREAS.: The Legislature ot IOU U and U of Article VIII of the Session of 164?. end from time to*
tinder the Constitution of 1888. ofh' Constitution ot the State of Florida aa time thereefter enact lawa apectfylnalthe
TEACHES Bute of Florida did pass a Joint Reso Adopted. at the General election: ot No- I ) powere, functions duties and enm
feat peaches are plentiful lutions Constitution proposing amendments to tbe ftmb... 1844. said Amendment *o Pro penaatioa ot County Tax Collector deslit lY RegisterPrecincts Sparked by an issue of vital importance to the entire
of the State of Florida and Tide lor the Re-NUmbvrlna of Section acted In parsKrapH 1 ot thla Section ISo
[memaKers one of the the same ware agreed to bys ..ote ofthreefifths 11 and It of Article VU1 of the CrestS and shall likewise provide for the col community and an unprecedented field of 10 candidates for
.chances for home of all the members; elected tutlon of the State of Florida aa Adopted lection care, custody reporting and diebureoment -
best to each house: that the votes on call at the General, Election In November of all taxes) collected; by the Nowadford three impending vacancies on the City Council, voters atmexpected
mi'it' important than Joint Resolutions were entered upon 1844. and to Amend Section II and II i County Taa) Collector.
to the world's their respective Journals. with the yeas 01 Article VIII of tha Constitution ol to "storm" the polls ht're next Tuesday, Sept. 10,

year flue nd nays thereon, and they did dster. the State of Florida. and to Provide that 4 and reach 1nt'w high-water mark in the history of City
the mine and direct thai the said Joint In the
and prospect County of HUlnbufoUBh. State ot ROUSK! JOINT KESOt-rmnM HO Ilea voters
rtage are now a
canned Resolutions be submitted to the electors Florida the County: Tax Aasewor snail A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing ..nAm..ndm.nt only Elections in Starke.
,c t-ommerclally ot the "trq at the General Election inKovpmber Aware the Property of the County: tor to Article XVI of the Con.atltutlon steps from registration books,
thi ountry will not be the purpose of Levying State, County: of the State of Florida. Ity rdloM''' of their location In the With the continued functioning of the Bradford Coun.
I NOW THEREFORE. I. R. A. GRAY Schools and Municipalities In the County: Adding Thereto An Additional Section to
Health in the balance voters will
to meet consumer Secretary of State ol the'Stat.. oi Florida; ot ty Department hanging ,
''mj\) I HUlsboroilKll Except the City ol Plant Provide for the Appointment ny e Concurrent ty because the book this
do hereby Rive notice that a City. Florida which Shall he Exempt Resolution of the Senate and find themselves confronted on the ballot with the choice of
In each of the
: were placed !
GENERAL ELECTION from the ProvUtona! of thla Amendment Mouse of Representatives ot a Director'
peaches without I wlU be held In each county In Florida Taxes Levied by the State. County of the Budget and to Authorize the Lexis-' ty'a right precincts J. R. voting "for" or "against" further financial l support: of the
fanning on Tuesday next succeeding the> tint County School
: Board. School Districts. Inture to Prescribe hi. Powers and
torth considering to save Monday orn/I: b'I'ie. D. !!HO, tile Special Tax School DUtrlcta" and the Duties Qualification and Term of Of- ". Supervisor of Registration, department by the city.

i Fruit thus put $aid brine Municipalities of the County Except the ft.... unced yesterday Public aroused'
.' interest by
of City Florida.BB BB: rr REsotvm!: BY TWB r.JOIQr.A:
L used in salads and tart for the ratification or rejection of trie, IT RESOI.VFD BY THE: trtJISIA- TURK: OF THE STATB Of FLOItlOAI r convenience of voters wUh- 2 Boards BoostCelebration the unusual aspects of public
weetcned at servingr laid Joint Resolutions proposing Amendments TURK OP THE STATE OF fLORIDA That the following Amendment to Ar.. to qualify to cast ballots incoming
j or to the Constitution of the State, That the following Amendment of tide XVI of the Constitution ol INc State health being made a political
\ saved from the flmir of Florida viz: Article VIII of the Constitution 01he of Florlds. by adding thereto an aditltlonal November general issue is thin
State of Florida relative to the Ale..- section to be known as Section 34. lona registration books. sro taking election
ration. 1 mont and Collection of all taxes In the be and the same la hereby aureed to anlchalk Fund more seriously, than in
L to home-can SENATE!: !: JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 6M County of HlllaborouRh State i>< Florida. be submitted to the electors of the each Tuesday Thursday and any
the way A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an by Re-Numbering Section 11 aa adoptee State of Florida for ratification or rejection from until October recent years. Practically all
according( to U. S. De- Amendment to the Constitution of the, at the General Election of 1M4 an aa to at the general election for Repre riley now
home State of Florida, to be known .. Article make It read Section 13 of Article VII sentatlvee to be held In the ;year 184Cl ith the following deputy Another sorely needed $300 was local organization includingthe
of Agriculture XX. Sections 1 and 2. Thereof. Relating of the Constitution of the State of Florida .. follows ,
to the Consolidation., Abolishing or Creating and by Amending Section 12 ol, SECTION 34. The Legislature shall bylaw rvl.inm of registration: added Monday to the Veterans Chamber of Commerce,
,13: of Certain County: Offlcea. and the Article Vni of the Constitution of the provide for a Director of the Budget. "ectnct No. 1, Lawtey, L. H. i Homecoming Celebration! Fund Rotary Club Woman' Club Jun
fruit that Is fresh. Assessment and Collection of Municipal State of Florida as adopted at the General who shall be appoInted by a concurrent
nly Taxes by; County Tax Officials. In Orange Election In November, of 1044 eo resolution of the Senate end House of at Lawtey City Hall when the llnnrd of County CommlHxioners lor"oman'. Club. American Leg-
>. and free from, blem- County: Florida and Providing for Referendum as to make It read Section II of Article Representatives. and shell by law. eonalRtent wind No.2, North Starke. Board of Pub. lon and Parent-Teacher Association
Is shown by the Elections for Acceptance or Rejection VIII of the Constitution of the State of' with other provisions of this Constitution and the
tipeness of any Law or Law. Enacted by Florida and to exclude the City of Plant : prescribe his powere end duU... Verdln Futch at Sistrunk'sami tic Instruction each voted to appropriate have thrown their nupport
jnd color of the peach- the Legislature of the State ot Florida City from said Amendment Be and tha provide for hIs qualifications and term Seed Store to the Health Department, ap.
blush on some as Provided In said Proposed Amend- same la hereby agreed to and anal! be of office the length of which shall be) > $2t10 towards the &t jtlie rosy submitted to the Electors el the State wholly within the discretion ot the Legislature roclnt-t No. 3, South Stnrke. 28 event. pealing to .their membership and
Choose a ground thator "BB rr RESOLVED! !: BY TIm LEGISLATURE ol Florida for Ratification or Rejection ) and shall not be limits! by Seotlon the general public to vote In favorof
rather OF THE STAT!: OF FLORIDA. at the General Election to be held on 5. Article XVI of the Constitution. .. Drlggers at Torodc Chev- Although this wa. the first Bum
yellow-white, That the following amendment to the the first Tuesday alter the first Monday Company. I continued financial aid by the
Constitution of Florida, to be known as, In November. IU+6; the School Hoard fixililbuted; to
.n. Article XX. SectionS 1 and 2. thereof SECTION 12. I. From and alter January I COMMITTEE SVBSTTTtmP .dnct No.4. Graham. K. T. the Celebration, the County CnmmlsMtoners city.
with no more than one relating to the consolidation abolishing 1. 1948 the County Tax. Assessor olHIUsborougQ ROUSR JOINT RFSOLUTION: NO. IS More than 800 elector me
Wash the and creating of certain County: officesand County ahall assess all A JOINT RESOLUTION Pynpoting the ig at postofftcx. hud previously voted ,
ad at a time. for sssssament and collection of municipal : d"nt'c all State.toc .nh"f. Amendment of !Section 10. of Article IU. 'oclnct No 5 I. Hampton, Mmt $\00\ for the affair. The School qualified to vote In next Tuesday's
'well lifting them out of taxes by County: tax officer In Taxes ba levied InHlllsborouah I of the Constitution of the Htste of Flor election and the of
Orange County, Florida, and providing County by the St.Ie.I ida. Relating to Appropriations: I M. Home at H. Y Saxon's Hoards contribution U subject tii percentage
r carefully to avoid bruls- for referendum elections for acceptanceor County: County School Board. School! BR IT RESOLVED BY THB: LEUW.A-: State approval which In expected those who actually visit the Pulls
In boiling water rejection of any law or laws enacted Districts Special Tax School Dlstrlcta and lURE: OF ThE: STATE OP FLOftinAt e. U.
peel, dip by the Leilslature of Florida .. provided Munldpalltlea except In the City of Planl' That the following amendment of Section ecinct No. 6. TherenMa Mrs. local officials stated. expected to reach a new high
nute or so. then quicklyand therein be submitted to the qualified City.: Florida which elty snail be exempt 30. Article III of the Conntltiltlon e< In view of the Importance of the
will slip off electors of the state of Florida for adoption from the provisions of this Section. the Stats of Florida relating to appropriations Dlcklnnon at pt.tofflce. lioth board met In brief Labor
skins issue
or rejection at the next gsnernl a. The Legislature shall at the i.,afleIstlve la hereby agreed to end shall no sessions Monday at the court Involved I'oll.i open at 8
election to be held in the year U48. Session In 11147 and from lime to submitted to the electors of the rttatai clnct No. 7, New River, M. Day a. m. and doss at sundown (approximately .
....wlt. time thereafter, enact I.... specifying the of Florida for ratification or rejection a* ohn at his. store house, and thn School Hoard. auth.orientS
e peaches, and cut in powers functions duties and oompanke- the next General Election to he held In of current bills, fl:30: p. m.)
ARTICLE XX lion of toe County Tax Aaseesor leslgnatfd November, A. D. IMA: that la to say that cclnct No. 8, Brooker, R. A. payment '
slices SECTION 1. The Legislature Is auttior- laj lIr oOfbrC H. and ssldSection*SO. Article 111 of the Constitution discussed bus routes approved thnTrustees' Although 11 names will appear
it t is juicy, add 1-2 cup feud and ."",. .w.nd0 arevKle by law snail llfcswlra : foe ineextension ef the State of Florida shall he )n at Colson'a Store. of six DH3 on the tailor"as candidate for the
the Aaseennent RoU of the .. snail reed .. appointment
or laws enacted -by It at Its regular session on amended and amended
r to each quart uncookedand held In A. D. 1947 or at any County Tax Assessor of all taxes I"ed, follows- n Monday, Weilnemiaiys and teachers, and adjourned at noon. City Council, Voters will mark

heat to the boiling regular session thereafter for the con. br the State County County, School SECTION M. Laws making the snpronrlatlona aya persons wishing to reg- Directorof their choice for three from a
Y. Covln
Tax Dr. A. ,
Special <<
aolldstlon abolishing or creating of any Board School Districts. for the salaries ol pnhllo
or less juicy fruit, drop County Offices In Orange County. Flor School District and Munlclpalltlea located officials' end employees: .nd all otherexpenes may di.> so by calling at the that County Health Department, field of 10. One candidate, Van
ida Provided. there U excepted from In the County of HllUtiorough. of the State shell contain provisions irvlsor of Registration's office II. Carden withdraw'
idy-boiling syrup of about the effects ol this Article judges of all State of Florida with. the exception. ol on no other. subject nor shell aa appeared before the Hoard, of front the
gar to 2 cups water or courts; and to provide for the assessment the City of Plant City. which la hereby appropriation be an Incld..nl.f any. otherbfltl la Courthouse In Starke, and County Commlsnlonera and requested race after the ballots bad already
collection of municipal taxes and exempt. from the provisions ef this all state appropriations except .t>-
and !Mn location registration may bean prlnt.ict II U hi.
lice- -made by crushing, uesiments, or either of them by Countytax Amendment proprlntlons! for the county schools rottn- that the county contribution -
and straining peaches olllcors In said Countv. Any law sonscted SECTION 19. I. From and after January tie.. cltlr or other politics! subdivisions tffected through October 19, UTtite Department tie railed -' friend to disregard nls name.
respecting the consolidation or 1. 1B4R. the County Tax Calloctor I in of the State, appropriations for permsnent -
sound but too soft for creation of, any County offices shall prescribe the County of Hillsborough.* State ol Improvements and buildings for Kelly stated. to $:.1000 for the coming year. The ten who remain a* candidate -
the powers. duties and eompenss- Florida shall collect all tease levied in state Institutions' as provided for bv taws) on the ballot
Just heat through. tim.. of the officers designated thereinto the County by the State County County enacted at the IMS legislature or prior The Docor reminded the Hoard are:

be stretch- exercise and discharge the duties of School Board. School' District Special lelletatures and for pen-lone' retirement that he had been assured by a W. M, Edwards, long familiar
ig sugar may the offices so consolidated or created and Tax School District and Municipalitiesot funds and trust funds, shell be IncludedIn Sanitarian
placing up to one-third any law so enacted respecting the assessment HUUborouuh/ County. Florida except one general appropriatIon bill or sny :w majority vote In July that (3000! In city and county political circles .

and collection ot municipal taxes In the City ot Plant City. It be ng exempt amendment or supplement thereto and be for thai having served several terms
r with light-colored corn and assessments or either of them by from the provlslona! of title Amendment shall he for no lon .r than two, rears. would appropriated
ir up to one-half with county tax olflcera shall provide for the 2. The LeKlslature shall at the Legislative All sppmprlstlons made prior to the Department and that that amount I on the City Council and Board of
for and from time to ot this section which are contrary Here
assessing collecting Session of 194T and adoption iployed
carried In the temporary County Commissioners.Fred .
ored honey. If peaches disbursing of said taxes and lor SSMSSments time' thereafter enact laws specifying the to the prnviiinne of this section was

canned without in to the appropriate municipal powers. functions, duties and compensation shall expire aa of July t. 1947.a budget. However, he continued Guy, an active figure In
sugar and for compensation for Tax. Collector deiljinated -
of County
save them, heat them such authorities county: taxing officers for scrvlces In Paragraph 1 of Section: II. one: shall i W. Thurman has been ap- when the permanent budget church and civic organizations;

own juice or add just a.icll rendered law Incident respecting thereto.the That consolidation If any cuatody.likewise provide reporting for and the disbursement collection. care ol ROUSE!; JO!NT RESOLUTION N.. sTf ted Sanitary Officer for Hrad- was adopted the Health manager of the Stark. Coca-Coin
Proposing aa
hot water to keep .them or creation of any county olllces refer.ndumelecllon Is accepted all taxes collected by the County Tax I Amendment A JOINT RESOLUTION to Article V of the Constitution County replacing D. L. Par- partment was pared down ue-\\ Buttling Co.

:king to the pan. and herein,ratllled provided at the such law shall Collector. I of Florida Section by Relating Adding tat Thereto the Flec, aaAdditional who ha* held this positionfor $2500, causing an Impossible Albert Hartmann, apartment

In clean become effective with respect first to the Tuesdly ol-- S I lion of the Judge of the Court ot Record the past two years. Mr. uation In the Health program house owner and machinist
peaches loosely the
effected thereby on RESOLUTION NO. 21 T and for Escambla County and the and organized
JOINT In which was planned
In January HOUSE I la to attend three
after the first Monday I said :er leaving a K. W. Hayes Incumbunt .
then cover with boiling. succeeding the A JOINT RESOLUTION PropuMnl an Countv Sollrltnr nf Cqunry.BE member
el any year Immediately Con- rr RESOLVED BY Tllf LFrjw.A- the In sanlta- on tile basis of the original appropriation -
i Leave 1-2-Inch head had subsequent to laidreferendum Amendment to Article VIII ol the training coume of City Council and County
general election electors for stltutlon of the State of Florida Relative TUHr br THE: STATE OF FLORIDA Florida of $3000.CommiAliloner .
which the of
the top of the Jar. Work election at are voted to Assessment of Property fur Taxes and SECTION 1. That Article) V ol the at University Tax AaseAHor.
President of the United States Collection of Taxes by Adding Cnnntlrutlnn of the "State' of Florida be alnasvllle. 1':. L. Crawford
the the
bubbles by running a Sort and If any aucn law respecting Additional Sectlona to Provide amended by adding thereto an additional I Dun L<. Hoover, a former Councilman .
municipaltaxes Thereto
wn the jar side-adding .._ment and collection either of of them that la the County of Bay, State of section to be known as Section 48 of *. Thurman, a native of Mlsspl made .a motion that Dr. CovIngtiOri'S and one-time candidate for
and assessments accepted and Florida the County Tax Assessor shall aId Article, relating to the election of request be refused and the ,
uld if to cover by county tax officers Is the of Record In and has had splendid training Judge
necessary election' "' As.... the Property of the County for the Judge of the Court secondA County
ratified\ it the referendum ot State. County, School for Encsmbla County and the Count experience In the field of san- motion died for lack of a
t. (A quart jar usuallyout provided herein the s ms shall of January becometffsctive and Purpone Municipal'Il1.f. Levied. !Jollcttor of said County and the aame le motion was then made to restore -, Richard O. Kldd, part owner of
3-4 to 1 liquid.) on the llrst day County School L..nI. hereby agreed to. and shall be submitted on. He received his B.S. de- the Htarke .
cup referendum clec"sECTION State, County. Airport, recently discharged
succeeding such of Florida the original J30OO appropriation
next School Districts. Special Tax School Dla- to the electore of the State from Mississippi State Col-
t Jar lids. At sea (evel, law oescrlbed trlcta and Municipalise of the County. for ratification or rejection, at the Oeneral to the Health Department Army major, and prominent
1. Before any Election to be held on the first and took six months poetuate
jars of peaches 20 mln- section of this Article BB: rr RESOLVED BY TNT: LEOISLATURE November. Chairman National Guardsman.
In the preceding It ahsll STATE OF FLORIDA Tueeday after the first Monday; In course In sanitation at for the coming year and -
.ndl.et THE:
a water bath can- hall be of any force 1tM8. ea follows C. A. Knight, Incumbent Councilman
to Article and members
majority5ot Amendment M. O. Harrell
accepted and ratified by a That the following SECTION: 48. The Judge of The Courtof lerbllt University. He was '
higher levels, add 1 minting of the qualified electors of election Orange' VIII of the relative Con.tltution to the of Aatefiament the- Record In and for Escambla Count the Mississippi Stated P. D. Reddish, J. U Wynn and T. and County Tax Collector
referendum Florida loynd by
time for each 1,000 CJount1. Florida at a State of IB the snd the County Solicitor ef said County I D. A. Montelth, former pulp-
to be called and held for the purpooe and Collection of all taxee shall hereafter be elected by the qualified of Health for seven years C. Chaataln voted In favor of the
determining whether such taw shallbe County of Bey. State of'Florld., by adding of said ae other state and wood. operator now an employ
of by to be electore county motion. Mr. Crawford voted against -
section In
ratified or rejected thereto additional to entering the Army
and elected. The first
accepted officials ere
ete seal according to dl- the qualified' electors of said County.Such 41thln known ea Section U and Section III...ndm.1l be county election: of the Judge ol the Court ot He gained valuable exper-I the motion.In of Alvarez clothing store
be ** agreed to
shall hereby
referendum election and the lame la Record In end for Ev.amble County andS Junlu M. Smith, owner of the
for the type jar. Let ninety da1' .ttar the .ff.cUve be submitted to the Elector of theState the County: Solicitor ot sail county.shall t while nerving as an officer line with the Increased budget .

right side up uncovered date of any such law. The provld Board It of ) of Florida for fatlflcallon election to otrejeo be heldon be bald at the General Election: baIMS is Sanitary Corps during the of the County Road and Starke Dry Cleaners and Laundry.
oh.1I the general
CommlOlloDen ion at office the first Tuesday Martha
County to take Powell Wood house
y from drafts and sudNOTICE the boldl' of any such relerondwn eiectiofl the first Tuesday after the first after the first Monday. In January.. !_. three and a half year. of his Bridge Fund, which was Increased ,
noUce th..h.U be publishedby Monday In November 1S4O. aa fuliowatSECTION of four The term or wife.
and for .1 for term yesra. Ice. from I29.40O this year to 141,-
each week From' and alter heretoforeor
said Board once 14. ll> tenure of office of anyone
but four successive weekl. Immedl.lely' January I. ISHII the County Tax AsensorIn hereafter appointed to either of the In March 1B44 3D3.3O for next year. the Corn.missionera *
mexl prior to the d. of oucb election.an the County: of Bay. State of Florida, offices herein mentioned shell not be cat- xm discharge of Lawson Locker Plant
In raised the
a new".per of general cIrculatIon shall assese all property for all Slate. tended hereby. Any vacancy la either Thurman accepted a position salary
Ti MARY AIKEN AND said County' zoept aa herein' otherwise County: School and Municipal, taxes to of said offices which occurs prior to ssl4 officer with theI : S. R. Hicks, Supervisor of Road
rel.Uneto Bnlor Still
'\Hopvnu I IT MAY CON- p""ed. the laws of the State be levied hi the County: by the Stile first Tuesday after the first Monday. in sanitary DelayedBy
the holding of general .1.lIono shall School Board SchooloXnVrti. January., 14. ehaU be filled by appointment County Health Department, from 9185: to $200 per month;
soy such Iafe?' Special Tax School Dlrtrlcu the Governor end confirmationby 'I Lack of Cork
the by raised Oscar Grlffls and Brady
eover :
In1r shAll where he em-
.; notified that w, election, each law and Munlclpelltlea.at the Senate aa heretofore provided by ahassee, was
'i en and Levy W. endunt La accepted and retlflf::: by the m.jorlty The LeeI..tura..11. at the Legislative the Constitution but m no case for any ed until his tranefer to Brad- Collins Grader Operator, from

':' 'mnd.\l. upon will Monday.at the .1 el.ctor eectiofl partloipaUn: auch law in any.:...1I1U Session In enact IB47 lawa and specifying from lime the tome the infer first than Monday until. the tn first January.Tueedsy IMS after and County this month. $160 to $i75 each per month an<1ral..ed Lawnon'i Meat Market. Washington
r> 194$. apply by some anti be ID full force and effect. but the thereafter, functions duties and eompema- the term or tenure of office) of ..nyuui.ppolni.d day laborers from $3 to avenue, announced this
honorable A. Zthe loch election a majority af powers designated to either of said office for week that there was no
If at any shall .ote ion of County Tax Aaaeaeor $5.50 day. The salary of changeIn :
I th.re'' end the term beginning In 147 shall" exnlroon
Circuit Courtstarka p.rtlclp.lln" 1 of thla Section 14. On Furlough
.Iecton Tauficetfonof bi paragraph me for the firm' Iock.I'I
or at such .".In.. the .cc.p..nce and end void shall likewise provide by law for the said dInt Tuesday after the tint Ernest Byrd. courthouse janitor, plans -
ba found, for an such laiN it .haii be null The can- extension on the easesunent roll of the Monday tn January. 1M9. raised from $100 to $113 per I freezer plant. Completion of the
force and affect levied I. provision of etshnstitutlon William E. (Blllie was
V'loptlnw Percy Joe and of 00 County: Tax Assessor of all taxes SECTION Any rlends of )
snail :
"* ceasing board of aid Coultl State. County: County: School tn conflict herewith, la bere- month. plant had been hoped-for by midsummer -
the) J.
to make him an of aunt rof.r.ndumelection by' j. 18, son of Mr. and Mr
"y Tax .
reNIt Special repealod.fit
the School Districts. b y but there remained difficulty
within Hoard ,
'ama an If he were 0' State the meeting the
to the Beerata7 lcflool I end munldpsliUee. Shlpraan Sapp During Monday
will there- thereof.RESOLUTION
you holding In cork in.ula.
(I accordingly. tan days after the SECTION 18. (11> From end slier TESTIMONY WHEREOF: I bars of Lawtey. will Commissioners also agreed to give securing
January 1. t 4a. the County tax CoHeo- I lereunto set my hand and affixed the tion. It was' stated.
OreonA 2 the County of nay Bute of riorKa. Great Seal of the State of Florida at be Interested to the Florida Geological Survey
areen, BOI1SE JOINT NO.' n.n .In shall collect all taxes levied In the Tallahassee; the Capital. this the let day'of learn that he permission to make mineral explorations If A, Lawson, the owner said
A JOINT RESOLUTIOl'l Propo.ln"Con- bounty by the State, C,lInl". County I August A. D. 1B48. of there had also been delay In the
Petitioner. Amendment to Article vnt 01 the School Board !School Districts.. Special SEAi.1 K. A. GRAY. ISecretary arrived home on the right-of-way

Mtorneyg for Petl-I .lIIuUo" of the S'ste Property of FloridS fur Tazea R.I.t1v.I and Tax School Dlstrlcta and Municipalities.iuu .< SteW. i the last of August county roada provided traffic was delivery of a walk-In cooler, and

S-21: 5t 9-20'I A.m.nt of not Impeded or obstructed. other necessary equipment
for his
Lawson said no locker: wouldbe

first furlough James Gamble Roger, Winter rented until the supply of cork

Park architect, wa present at the
and other materials was assured
.... .,.,...UY.... aim tIle pruaj- The shortage la so acut. that even ; Commissioners' Invitation anal discussed Data) for the plant'. completion

the Methodist recreation -I pects were that with the barbecue some Seniors who wish to Cake Army He the proposed new county "Indefinite."
in was given aa
School o'clock according to an ian and basket lunches. SUrke typing In the>lr last year, are be- attended Bradford jail. The architect will submit

I for Telegraph building this week by Mrs. i would be the scene of a gala picnic ing turned down. High School two estimates to the Hoard, one

; nouncement Churchwell, who conducts ,' In the late afternoon. The school would like to rent ........ sae5 ."......uoo last April, and covering remodelling of the present Lack of Quorum

*'*t y School has' taken W. J. weekly event. : The program of the celebration, or borrow standard machine .I I. at present stationed at Fort jail and another covering construction Voids Council MeetOnly

ink f writing the news' this popular community according to Representative Wain- (portable cannot be used) from McClellan. Ala.Carolyn of a new structure. The
'"immunity for the Tele- All children of to attend and I' wright. program dIrector. will\ be anyone who can spare a type- Board expect to make final disposition two Councilman put In an

II doing an excellent are cordially Invited ned opened with the parade, followed writer during the school year. VacationCarolyn following receipt of thesnestimate appearance at the City Hall Tue-
,I: are urged to be &II awards by addresses with the visiting Before the machine I t. returned to I on *. day night for the regular first

"lent and teachers are Tuesday to register, attend General as the featured ppeaker. Its owner It will be cleaned oiled Callitreet ba at last Tuesday meeting. Since a total

,ne* and sending In not I will be given for regular I A memorial service, honoring the adjusted and put In first class made good her oft repeated threat Drivers' LicensesDrivers' 1 of two doe not constitute a legal

brIef -personal Item., I ance. to announce : county's dead of World Wars I shape -.as good or better than 'I La) take a much-needed vacation. quorum, the meeting was post.poned *

1news. of more Im- I Mrs Churchwell Is happy Mr5 and II. will be held at 4:30. A when received. The editor hope she will be back I license for the new until next Tuesday

her co-workers, ceremony will be I Don't hesitate because your i Oct. 1 will on A delegation of business men
Such as births, deaths that oi I flag-raising with u* "In the next" year beginning go I

tCuidents. etc. Lax: 0i.Ir".t!! J Mr. Titt..ll Kate sponsored by the Woodmen of typewriter U dirty., out of adjust.mrnt I I sale Sept. 1 In the courthouse of and legionnaire was present to
Mia. I
wIll read the Lawtey,I son, again the World. or In need of minor repairs. II If you talue your health and I flceof County Judge E. K. request additional fund for the

find It newsy and' Struth treuurer, will I Prior to the barbecue at 6' The school will attend to all of I the health ol your loved ours, Ferryman. Price remain the Veterans' homecoming celebration

'Sri! and the residents of: Ulliat in the story Hour Program boyS p rn.. a hone race I* planned. this. Just nee, phone or write Mr. I vote FOR the Hewitt Department I same at $1 for private and 12 but nn action could be taken In

ire asked to cooperate which attracted around 100 afternoon I B J. Alderman, cattleman of 'par-Putt Smith and he will arrange to have City: a.d.: .... Tuesday, Mop*. 10. fer chauffeurs llaenxs. the ..natter.Chi1dAnd2Oc .
Tuesday has expressed typewriter picked up.
ichool: every County your
by giving new and girls SChOOl IDunth.t. t pam

the student or teachers. during the


/Jam have voters in the City of Starke been faced

I serious and significant an issue as the one that
\confront them when they go to the polls next

LJW Sept. 10. Official County Publication Established In 187'1 S

brief hours of -- - -- - -
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Oinrw those few voting time the 'OLUl\1E IIIXT..EJ! ( IlT 8TAJUur.. FLORJDA.FRUUY, MEI'TK.'UUtR 8. 11..6 NUMBER- .tRT1UX-

ot Starke Will decide whether to continue our -- -- -- __ __ __ __ _. _.__u_ __ .. ___ _

I 8'1:gent loss/ all progrflmfor gains of recent the promotion years aside/ of simply good because health I Mayor Asks County City and PublicTo Election

| unwilling to meet the moderate financial de- City ExpectedTo

9 1,1,s Of ironical our established that Starke Health with Department an established unit, Join In All-out Clean-up Drive

la 13 in a handsome, modern building (one of the Draw
in the is Heavy BallotingWouldbe
set-ups state) debating whether
:!equate Recognizing the urgency of putting Starke in tip-top
health department
its at a time when
jot to
t shape to
receive its distinguished visitors at the Sept. 28
communities are in the throes of
9u other Palatka, for instance, is now trying to to celebration, Mayor Charles: A. Darby yesterday issued an appeal Voters Eager to Express Will On
none to all citizens to unite in a clean-up and beautification
I', 'unds for the construction of a building to drive during the next two weeks. \ Voters Financial Support Of

I, .c(is desired health department. Even our small, "We've needed it for a long time." Mayor Darby stat- Health DepartmentSparked

health-minded neighbor, Lake Butler, now boasts ed in issuing the "but it's of
proclamation one those things
Liu.established health department.r .
a d in the that everybody puts off as long as possible. The time has Registerin by an i issue of vital importance to the entire
backward step ofij
|r to take matter come, however, when all forces- city county and individual
community and an unprecedented field of 10 candidates for
time tike this '
/ .n critical when every effort is -must swing into action and make town attractiveas three
L industries our as Precincts NowBradford impending vacancies: on the City Council, voters are
made to court new new businesses,
possible in the short time that remains between and
is unthinkable. now expected to "storm" the Walls here next Tuesday, Sept. 10,
jrvu ,
Sept. 28 It ii: just as unthinkable to invite distinguishedguests and reach n new high-water mark in the history of City
Ji hate very! little patience with the man orfrjn into voters are now only a''
a dirty town as it would be to invite a friend into Elections in Starke.
who/ says that he is opposed to supporting the an untidy home." few steps from registration book. With the
continued functioning of the Bradford County
regardless of their location In the -
I because back
:h Department in 1941 or 41 some Mayor Darby stated that the city's facilities at the Health
are : county because the books this Department hanging in the balance, voters will
j-fi director did something or said something that disposal of property owners' needing help-to clean vacant find themselves confronted
up week were placed In each, of the : on the ballot with the choice of
'Jea the finer sensibilities of someone's second lots and other premises. This municipal service is availableat county's eight precincts J. R. voting "for" or "against" further financial support of the

En \o individual or institution yet to come under a reasonable: fee, and those desiring it should apply to Kelly Supervisor of Registration, department by the city.

observation is perfect. Even such blameless insti- Councilman P. L. Bridges, chairman of the Street Committee announced yesterday.For Public interest aroused by

I-7S as the school and church come in for occasional Homeowners' are reminded that the city is now collect- convenience of voters winning 2 Boards BoostCelebration the unusual aspects, of public

I:sm but as yet no one has been foolhardy enough ing garbage from the rear of residences and it is no longer to qualify to cast ballots In' health being made a political

So suggest abolishing all schools and churches be- necessary to place garbage cans on the curbing where they elections the coming, registration November books general are issue: ht taking this election
te one/ of them made a mistake. Why then should will be unsightly. FundAnother
open each' Tuesday Thursday and more seriously: than any in
Muck Health Department because of the ------ -- -- -- -- -- -- --
our --
/ ertor Saturday from now until October recent years Practically all
some staff member, who, after alt is human? 5 with the following deputy local
1 1I sorely needed $900 was including
Lf doesn't make sense. Plans For Wainwright-Vet Event supervisors of registration: added Monday to the Veterans' the Chamber of Commerce,

naturally/ there will be an unthinking few who Precinct No.1. Lawtey L. H. Homecoming Olebrntlon Fund Rotary Club, Woman's Club, Junior .

I against support of the Health Department be- I Hill at Lawtey City Hall. when the Hoard of County Commissioners Woman's Club, American leg

l of the proposed garbage collection fee which the Shaping Up Fine; More Money Needed Precinct No.2, North Starke and the Itonrd of Public ion and Parent-Teacher AitHocla-
Mm Verdtti Futch at Sistrunk'sFeed
tuiyti will be necessary to finance it. However, Instruction each voted, to appropriate tlon have thrown their support
and Seed St.re.I .
trie with a pad, a pencil and a third grade arithii $2M/ towards the Hep- to the Health Department, appealing -
of the
Following meeting steering committee here
a Precinct No.3, South FUarke to their
tember 28 event. membership and
{..an figure out that if this fee is levied solely to : for the Veterans' I IC.
Monday night, plans Homecoming Celebration A. DrlRgers at Torode Chevrolet Although this wax the first sum the general public to vote In favorof
$1,500 asked for the Health ,
Department it and reception for General Johnathan M. Wainwrightwere I Company. the School Hoard contributed to continued financial aid by the

I'u: require a levy of only 15c a month on resils described as "shaping up well" by spokesmen for I Precinct No.4. Graham, K. T. the Celebration, the County Commissioners city.

and 2Qc per month on businesses. Even the American Legion Post No. 56, one of the local organizations Young at (poatofflcn.Precinct hail previously. Voted I More than 800 electors are

I frugal-minded will admit that this is a mighty sponsoring the mammoth September 28 event.In I No. 5, Hampton, MrR. $//100 for the affnlr. The School qualified to vote In next Tuosdny's

I rate/ of health insurance. If one underprivileged a letter to N. I). Wainwright, Jr., program chairmanfor Pearl M. Home at B. Y. Simon's Board's contribution l Is subject to election and the percentage of

In treed from hookworm disease: if one little girls the celebration, Gen. Wainwright disclosed last week I Store State approval, which Is expected, thoso who actually visit the poll

whooping cough because of a free inoculation: that owing to the length of the runway required for the I Precinct No.6, Theremin, Mrs. local officials stated. U expected tin reach a new highIn

ire mother gives birth to a healthier baby; if one plane which will bring: him! here from Fort Sam Houston, J. D. Dickinson at postofflcw. Both boards met In brief Labor Issues view Involved.of the Importance of the

lor syphilis is arrested in its contagious stage thenI Texas, he will use the facilities I Precinct No, 7, New River, M. Day sessions Monday' at the court. Polls open at 8
a. m. and close at sundown
I house and the School, Board auth (approximately
L. Johns his "tore
5c 20c month has
or per indeed been Well spent. of the Jacksonville Air ticular Interest in thin. event, it orised of current bills, 6:30: p. m)
I itfto knows-the beneficiary of this health : stated i Precinct No. 8, Brooker, R. A. payment
serI port, arriving there before was and there was any' discussed bus routes, approved the Although 11 names will appearon
might be the same little boy! or girl you. tuck in noon on Saturday, Sept. 28. early promise of many other en- Co1>lon at Colson's Store. Trustees' appointment of six OilS the ballot as candidates for the

I at night! Legion officials announcedthat tries both from In and out otl On Mondays, Wednesday and teachers, and adjourned at noon. City Council voter will mark

a welcoming motorcadewill Bradford. Fridays persons wishing to register Dr. A Y. Covlngton, Directorof their choice :for three from a
I A reception for the General anil'I may do so by calling at the the Health field of 10. One candidate Van
meet the General at the County Dllpartm.nt.appear" ,
il I Attendance Holds WellS and I other visiting notables la to beheld Supervisor of Registration's officeIn ,! before the Board of H. Garden, withdrew from the
Up Jacksonville Airport escort the Courthouse In Starke and
at 8 p. m. The InvitationI 1\ County Commissioners and requested race after, the ballot.* had already
him to Starke in time for affair will be sponsored by the at this location registration may been printed '
that the county contribution He U asking his
HS S For 1S46-47! Term lunch and a brief rest, before I Wo..s'Club. The Junior Wom- be effected' through October 19, !.o'tlte Department' tit raised friends to disregard' ills name.
Opens 1 an's Club In Mr. ntated.
the afternoon parade at 3 p.1: staging a street Kelly to I.IOOO) for the coming year. The ten who remain as candidates

m. According to present dance on Washington street, the The Doctor reminded the Hoardthat on the ballot are: :

|< predictions of a great I plans Gen. Wainwright will hour tentatively set at 9 p. m. New SanitarianEmployed he had been assured by a W. M. E I Chairman Denmark said than
enrollment now that New ,Service ManagerAt leave Starke Sunday and fly directly many plans are unfolding :for majority vote In July that 13000( I: In city and county political circles
tiding has "folded Its to San Francisco Calif? to would be appropriated. for the having served several termson
Roberts MotorsThe other features with the possibility '
silently stole away", attend the National Convention of of an alrxhow by visiting HereW Department and that that a- the City Council and Board of
students the American Legion. I j mount carried In
the temporary
finned jammed wan County Commissioner.
service department of'J. P. Army planes, and troops for the
ore of Bradford elemen- Directors of the Starke Chamber budget. However, he con- Fred
Guy, active
Roberts Motors haa recently been I parade. Arrangements are under, an figure In
| high school Monday- of Commerce have agreed for way for the presence of the bend'II W Thurman has been appointed tlnuiul, when the permanent bud- church and civic organizations;
hs than last year's all- placed under the management of I I the secretary of that organization I of the Jacksonville; Naval Air Sanitary Officer for Brad- get was adopted the Health Department manager of the Starke Coca-Cola

1 enrollment of 1,119. W. Van Gunter who Is wellknownIn Lucian Conner, to assume Station.I I ford County replacing D L. Parker was pared /down to: Bottling Co.

I had a ready answer foron Starke, having had many years,' general management over plans i I Starke appeared. assured of'' who hu held this position 12300, causing an Impossible situation -,I I Albert Iturtmann, apartment i
that the for the event, and he will be relieved the two Mr. In the Health program
was on tip of experience In automobile repair statewide and national publicity,: here for past years. house ownor and machinist
jtongue: "Where do they of his regular duties for the,day. The celebration will I Ii Parker In leaving to attend a three which was planned and organisedon K. W.
?" work. order to devote I the basis of the original I Hayes, Incumbent member
Indeed, no one hader through the 28th In i be covered for all leading prell"services. months training course In sanitation appropriation of
City Council and
questions, for they Roberts Motors also maintains full time to( the necessary da- and Radio Station at the University of Florida of $3000.CommlllRlont'r Tax County
e' clamoring to be reg- an up-to-date Body, Fender and tall work. I WPDQ Jacksonville, made prompt In Gainesville. E, L Crawford
ned books, assigned Paint Department wit t h J. M. Financing the event remains the I bid for a broadcast, of General Mr. Thurman a native of Mississippi made a motion that Dr. Coving-I Don L. Hoover, a,former Councilman

There's nothlnk quite Taylor formerly of Bradenton, In major Issue and anyone wishing!I Walnwrlghfs address State has had splendid trainingand ton's request be refused and the and one-time candidate for(

I opening day of school. charge. With these two departments to make a voluntary contribution Radio WRUF Gainesville, expressed experience In the field of san motion died for lack of a second County Judge..

lyou forgotten? operating under efficient may do so at the Chamber of I> desire to cooperate In ad- itation. Ha received his B.S. degree A motion was then made to restore -I Richard O. Kldd, part owner of

re agreed: Starke' was management and with the benefitof Commerce office. If sufficient i J vance publicity. The Miami Herald from Mississippi. State College the original $3000 appropriation .I the Starke Airport, recently discharged .

g the storm of Camp the most modern equipment., fund are not raised from other had received requested material and took six months post to the Health Departmentfor Army major, and prominent .
i demise with little loss Roberts Motors is now in position sources It will be necessary to and pictures for feature graduate course In sanitation at the coming year and Chair- National Guardsman.C. .

r.ion, If teeming school to offer complete service on receive subscriptions In the business -I coverage. News Items. concern- Vanderbilt University He was man M. O. Harrell and members I A. Knight Incumbent Councilman .

nt (III any indication. any type motor vehicle In this I district. Sponsors' of the I employed by) the Mississippi State P. D. Reddish, J. L. Wynn and T. and County Tax Collector:

l-o: The school officials area. event believe that merchants wlll ||gen.eral! Board of Health for seven years C. Chan tain voted In favor of the :I D. A, Montelth, former pulpwood -

1 wisely In acquiring the I contribute liberally In view of the press wires and the weekly Florida prior to entering the Army in I motion. Mr. Crawford voted against -, operator, now an employeof
[ across the street) for R. B. Alvarez Granted' widespread publicity Starke U receiving News Service. 1942. He gained valuable experience I the motion. Alvares clothing store,

a needed adjunct to from the event, and the I Chairman Denmark said that while serving all an officerIn In line with the Increased budget Junlus M. Smith, owner of the

nt school plant, especl- : Truck Certificate obligation that Is owed by the contrary to early reports, localLegionnaires the Sanitary Corps during. the of the County Road, and Starke Dry Cleaners and Laundry.

|ted to such space-con- I of Starke has community to its service men. I are by no means last three and a half year. of his Bridge Fund, which was Increasedfrom Martha Powell Wood, house
-Cavities as band and Ralph B. by the Around 10( beeves have been do- I "overwhelmed" or "stunned" by service. 29,400 this year to Ml.- wife.
1_a girls' physical educa- :I been granted Railroad Commission to nated by stockmen for the bar I General Walnwrlght'a acceptanceof Upon discharge In March 194. 393.30 for next year, the Commissioners

m, social functions Florida uncrated household I II becue, but many more are needed their Invitation. "We are workIng Mr. Thurman accepted a positionas raised the salary of Lawson Locker Plant
: transport and furniture and anyone wishing to donate \ hard on all) details,' he said. senior sanitary officer with the S. R. Hicks, Supervisor of Roads, Still
native figures for the I goods, store fixtures point beef may do no by notifying the "We are receiving the fullest cooperation Leon County Health Department, from 1185: to I20O per month; I DelayedBy

years show a slight from Starke to any I C of C. office or E. L Crawford, from the Woman's Club, Tallahassee where h. was employed raised Oscar Grlffls and Brady I Lack of Cork

fudenta in the first nine in Florida.At chairman of the barbecue. the Junior Woman's Club, the until his transfer to Bradford Collins, Grader Opoorat r.. from,
bile the final three a recent hearing before Mra. W. B. Sewell and. Mrs. O. Chamber of Commerce, the Rotary County this month. $160 to 1173 each per month and Law.on's Meat-Market,. WashIngton -

''itiaue to show a steady Commissioner W. B. Douglass In U Beaaley. representing the I the Woodmen of the World, raised day labo. rs from $' to avenue, announced this
I the courthouse here It was found Woman' Club, recommended before : and other We are confident of Home On Furlough f330: per day. The salary ofErnest week, that there was no changeIn .

,ent first six grades: I that public convenience and neeslty the Legion last week that In the program's every success." Byrd. courthouse janitor, plans for the firm's Iock.rfreezer -

, 1945, 654; 1946. :39T. ." required the granting of view of the Immense responsibility Friend of William E. (Billie was raised from, f 100 to f 113 per plant. Completion of the

T through 9: 1944. 227; the application. of feeding the thousands expected I Rusty or Dusty, Sapp. 18, eon of Mr. and Mrs. J. month. plant had been hoped-for by mid.
1,1948, 207. I to be present preferenceat Shipman Sappof During the Monday meeting the summer, but there remained difficulty .

10 through 12: 194-&. Bible Story Hour the barbecue should be given Idle Typewriters Lawtey will Commissioners also agreed. to give : In securing cork Insulation

!. 241; 1946 261. county and visiting veterans. The I Needed at BHS Now! be Interested to the Florida Geological Survey It was stated.
enrollment: 1944, 1094 I To Be Resumed I clubwomen who will serve suggested learn that he permission to make mineral explorations If. A. Lawson, the owner, said
188. 1065.: After Summer RecessAfter that the many other attending I Typewriters are desperate 1 y arrived home on the right-of-way of there. had also been delay In the i

1 foster Shl Smith from throughout the I needed at BHS, according to Foster the last of August county roads provided traffic was delivery of a walk-In cooler, and

Enounced the addition yes-of a summer recess the county be asked to bring basket Shl Smith, principal, who saysthst U for his not Impeded or obatrud.d.Jame. other necesiary equipment.

' teacher to the faculty: Tuesday afternoon Bible Story lunches to there would be assurance the school has only 24 machines first furlough Gamble Rogers, Winter Lawson said no lockers wouldbe f
ck. 'th grade. Hour will be resumed next Tues- of food for all. The suggestion at present and needs M. Park architect, was present at the rented until the supply of cork
day afternoon Sept. 10 at 3.30: was approved and the prospects The shortage Is so acute that even since I enteringthe Commissioners' Invitation and discussed and other materials was assured

b School o'clock In the Methodist recrea- were that with the barbecue some Seniors, who wish to rake Army. He the proposed new county Data for the plant's completionwas "

tion building according to an announcement -, and basket lunches Starke typing In their last year are be- attended Bradford jail. The architect: will submit given as "Indefinite.

'for Telegraph this week by MM. would be the scene of a gala picnic ing turned down. High School two estimates to the Board, one

v'tey W J. Churchwell, who conducts In the late afternoon.The The school would like to rentor -"I ,urn .u......uon last April, and covering remodelling of the present Lack of Quorum
"Ik School has' taken I this popular weekly event. program of the celebration borrow standard machln sportables U at present stationed at Fort jail and another covering construction Voids Council Meet
of writing the news I of the communityare according to Representative WainwrIght ( cannot be used) from :McClellan, Ala.Carolyn of a new structure The
'; All children
'I community for the Tele- cordially Invited to attend and program director, will be anyone who can spare a type- Hoard expects to make final disposition Only two Councilmen put In an

'II doing an .excellentdente to be present next opened with the parade, followedby writer during the school year. VacationCarolyn following receipt of theism appearance at the City Hall Tuesday -
I I are urged with the visiting on
awards addresses Before the machine: is returned to estimates.Drivers'.
1 a*
register night for the regular first
' and teachers Tuesday ( the featured speaker.A It will be cleaned oiled.adjusted .
are attend- General a* Its owner
for regular Callttreet has at Tuesday meeting. Since a total
'Ttea and sending In not will be given memorial service, honoring the and put In first class
brief I made good her oft repeated threatto LicensesDrivers' of two dues not constitute a legal
-personal Items", I county's dead of World Wars shape--as food or better than
ance.Mrs. hapPY to announce take a much-needed vacation. quorum, the meeting was postponed
lfcl Churchwell held at *: A I ,
news of more Imauch and II. will be ?? when received
co-worke", Mrs. be The editor hope she will be back licenses :for the new until next Tuesday.
as births, deaths, that her railing ceremony will Don't hesitate) because. your
1, "Irs. Titus 01- flag. of with urn "la the next". I year beginning Oct. 1 will go on A delegation' of business men
flclenta.: : Creen pianist the Woodmen It dlJ'tY..GUt of adjustment
etc. Lex by typewriter .
I and lELse Kate sponsored ale Sept. 1 In the courthouse offices and Legionnaires was present to!
'*hl read the Lawtey son, SKretl.y, will again the World. m or In need Of minor repair If you talue your health' and I of County Judge. E. K request additional fund. for theVeterans'
"' barbecue will attend to all of
: find it and Strulb. treasurer Prior to the The school .. ,
newsy i flour Program the health of your lo. J once. Perryman. Prices remain the i homecoming celebration,
m and the residents of assist In the Story around 100 boys pm.. a home race U planned.B. of thU. Just see phone, or write Mr. vote FOR the Ifmltfc Department I same at $1 for private and $2I I but no action could be taken In

Ire asked to cooperate which attracted Tuesday atter J. Alderman, cattleman .Put Smith and he will arrange to haveyour City Election, T__-,., $ep/. 10. fer chauffeurs': licenses. the mattn.urChildAnd20c .
School by giving news and girls every months nam'County, ha. "Pressed par typewriter picked up. I
:he the school
Students or teachers. noon during


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-------------- . Weest is employed in Miami. ---- "'--"
.... . Mr. brother-in-law
TWOiAOFoAD iDUYfiEGRAPH 3 Hangers, 7 Cabins I Miss Barbara Home and Robert Mrs. T. F. Brown and "19 ter.1Iz

BE Under Construction Hampton Barkaclale enjoyed the Labor Day Mrs. Gloria
Parade l I Victor
Service II holiday at Juniper Springs. J I dren of Gainesville **
M. C. Sweeney
EnUbllHhed 1817El At Starke AirportWork Ily Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Silvernail and' guests of Mrs recent

::. L. Matthew ___________ Editor!: and Owner was well-advanced this i . . a s little daughter, of Clearwater recently Mrs. Douglas Hardy Vlckel1' I
CPU DOIISON ON WAY HOME HOTLY CONTESTED: CITY visited Mrs. Silvernail's'father C. Warren and !t

,- and Entered M Second CUM Matter Cpl. Irle W. Dodson of Starke week in the construction of three ELECTIONS SCHEDULED L. A. Wynn and sister) Mr. and .I's.,
'q-d Weekly on
to his wife, airplane hangers and seven tourist Elaine Hazen, at Lynn
at the Post Office at Strke Florida. 'I'a on his way home FOB TUESDAY:! Mrs. Hampton I daughters, Margaret lIali
Edith, and hili two children, cabins at the Starke Airport. A mayor, a marshal, and two Lake I of Dasher. Ge and I.
Glenda and Sidney, via an army Major Richard G. Kldd. Jr., and councilmen must be elected In the Charles Dennison of Gainesville J here with relative .", Ub*

The Celebration Two Aspects"So discharge. He went overseas In V. S. St. John, co-owners! an- Hampton city elections which will spent the past weekend here with I Miss Maoml Hip Of
August 1945 and now has 21 would be held Tuesday at the local City Mr. and Mrs. Avery C. Dennison.I one of the new Dade

this is Starke!I" nontha of service to his.credit.. nounced that the hangers Hall. AH offices are being contested Miss Faye Burton of Crescent t BHS in Starke faculty 517!
with the afford nine-foot clearance, and here'' e'a
Hi* last station was City is spending a few days cent guest of Miss tilt
Those four words will be on the lips of thousands 618th Aircraft Control and Warn would be flanked by the cabins, M L. Watterson, Incumbent with her uncle and aunt Mr. and) Dr. and Mrs w Edna, Du:

.f visitors who will make a pilgrimage here on Septem- ing Squadron located at Fort McKinley forming a single concreteblockunit mayor is seeking reelection and Mrs J. I. Chason, and with her of Starke were pw E, 3114

fcer 28 to see General Johnathan M. Wainwright and to in the Philippines. 150 feet in length. Is opposed by John H. Parker. friend Mrs. Miss D. W.Mable Moore Smith.of Starke!I Mr.Wynn and Mrs L j WYnI MOIIdI,
O. G. was
the Bradford County men and women BRADFORD COUNTIANS The cabins are to provide ac- The present town marshal a visitor to
pay homage to TWO succeed him- spent the weekend with her Monday.
commodations for both air and Pearce, is seeking
who served their country in two World Wars. JOIN PARATROOPERS highway travelers. Major Kldd self and running against 'hIm is ,

But there are many different ways' of saying, "So said they would offer modern Willard Wynn.

this is Starke !1"A lot will depend on the tone of voice furnishings, with hot and cold This year terms of two of the EARN \While You LEARN to ROn

in which those four words will be spoken. Will the expression running water, showers and Inner five councilmen expire. Walt

denote pleased surprise, or disappointmentand spring mattresses.: The unit Griffin, one of the Incumbents

disgust? The answer depends on Starke itself. will be equipped with aluminum Is seeking reelection but the other I The G. I. Bill of RIGHI
such windowframes.Part Incumbent, J. W. Home, has not
Never before will our town be subject to '
of the building will have entered the race. Also seeking;
We will literally be "on
dose and critical inspection. space for the airport office, a the two seats on the council are
parade" before the State or Florida if not the entire waiting room and lounge. Archie,Elland and T. C. Chas-I[ -

Southeast. A lot of people are going to see Starke forThe The owners believe the construction tain. Jr. In this race the two I New PIPER CUBS =

first' time and a lot of impressions will be formed will be completed by candidates receiving the highest! ?

That day and carried. away in a lot of different dlrec-1 early fall. vote will be elected. |) being used
tions. Will those impressions be good or bad? The new city officials will take

If good-then Starke's big day will be of inestimable Old Age Payments office October 1. in the program .s'..., *.... '

value in publicity and good will. If bad-then the I Given $5 Boost Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Hazen and 1

event will do more harm than good and all the effort Two Bradford County Youths, children, Billy and Ella Jane, of Certified round School Class Instructions

Realizing the seriousness of this matter, the earned Pvt. Roy the Williams right to(right wear) have the: for each person on the old Ocala where they will make Certified Flight Instructor
assistance and blind aid programs their home. Mr. Hazen has accepted -
Camber of Commerce is calling upon all citizens to 1 I "Boots and Wings" of the U. S. age was voted by Congress employment there. Federal Approved Primary Ground and Flight

.. ;aid in helping Starke put its best foot forward on the Army Airborne Troops. School Certificate
.. prior to its recent adjournIDE'ut.Congo Miss Shirley Seley left last week No. 5036.:>
28th. Property owners are urged to cut weeds on adjoining :i They have just completed eight Emory H. Price of the for her home in Citra after

vacant lots as well: as their own property; remove weeks of combined parachute and Second Florida Congressional District spending the summer here with For information please phone Conway at
rubbish and dead limbs; trim shrubbery in yards fl glider training at Fort Benning, of which Bradford County her mother Mrs. Llnnle Seley.
it obstructs vision at street( Ga., during which time they eachmade week. Miami or Libby at 32
.and also on parkways where I In a part, said this Depen- Mrs. Emily Favor of ,
intersections. If you are considering painting any seven jumps-the last two, dent children will receive $3 each Mrs. Bertha Pearce of Starke,

building or residence in the near future why not step I being the other tactical at the one break at night of dawn.and per month additional. Mrs. Hattie Thomas and Mrs. CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVICE

8P your plans and do so before the 28th? Special glider flights were also I Price said these sums are in ad- Clara Swales of Valdosta Ga., P. O. Box 303 Starke, Fla.
dition to whatever amour t is now were dinner guests Saturday of
and governments asked to aid in In this
City County are successfully completed
t being received by each person on Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson.
( the beautification drive by redoubling efforts to put course. the programs named The Increased They also visited at the homes

streets in good condition, clean off vacant lots and improve grants will become effective of Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Brown and Bake sweeter, tastier bread !I1J
the entrances to the city over the main high- October 1. Mrs. Ida Maxwell.

i: ways. Signs that are in bad condition should be taken DISCHARGE! FROM NAVY "Congress has realized the Miss Ernestine Morris arrived : FLEISCHMAN

down or repaired and repainted before the 28th. Merle Grider, Photographers hardships being caused oy the low home Saturday after a week's va- use
Mate 3-c. was discharged front
And it isn't as if this clean-up drive would benefit the Navy at Shoemaker, Calif., grants heretofore paid," aild cation trip to Pompano, Okee-

Starke only for one day, the day of the celebration. It on Au 19 upon his return to the Price "and a determined effort chobee Mr, Everglades and Mrs. Henry and Miami.Hlrmon FRESH
that has been needed for long time- was made durIng the past session
u something a Stares after witnessing two of the the arrival of
are announcing a
ever since Camp handing closed down leaving behind most historic events of all time- to better this condition. daughter on Saturday August 31,

many tarnished mementoes of its heyday. With the the atomic bomb tests in Bikini Price said an effort was madeto at the Alachua County HospitalIn

tourist season upon us again in a matter of weeks, a.Jeanup Atoll. get a maximum of $60 PIT Gainesville.Mr. #

f drive would be highly desirable, even without Young Grider, son of Mr. and month for the aged with the Fed- and Mrs. J. W. Home were
Mrs. R H. Grider of Starke, waa eral and State governments each
the homecoming celebration. supper guests Thursday night of
US9 putting up $30. However( the
a member of the crew on the .
last week of Mr. and Mrs. C.
However with the added incentive of a visit from Saldor and gave vivid accounts House which Initiated''the legislature Barksdale of Starke.
General Wainwright, and the consequent hoard of visitors of both atom tests in letters to was forced to Accept a Mr. and Mrs. Leaston A.

that will give our city the once-over on September the Telegraph. Before enteringthe plan for $50 per month, with the were business visitors in Palatka.

28 a clean-up and beautification drive is no longer service in April 1944 he was Federal and State governmentseach Monday. ,

a matter of choice-it is a MUST! a atudnt at BHS. putting up $25. Paymentsto Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harris and
blind and to children would be
son, Carl, Jr., of Miami were
Other recently receiving increased in pro p o rtlonate a-
And" another phase of the veterans' celebration men mounts. weekend guests of Mrs. Gordon
i Navy discharges at the Jacksonville -
which is often the last to be mentioned, but which is Weest. Mrs Weest and daughters -
separation center are: Further controversies 4/e-
i fcy no means ,the least, important is the matter' o(f Marlie R. Grlffls Rt. 2," Starke, fore the bill could be enacted, and Betty and Louise, returnedto =
Miami with their guests to NO WAITING no extra: : steps!II-.trfnfl
finances.; Events of this kind cost money-big money;; July 22.Victor. In order to assure something for
but can this county afford to pinch pennies when it E. Hecht Rt. 1. Starke, the needy people without further spend a few days in that city. Fleischmann'a fresh active Yeast goes right low

comes showing its appreciation to the some 2,000 Ail*. 17.Martin. delay a straight grant way madein Makes sweeter, finer bread! And makes it/w/

men who fought its battles during both World Wars?? Kersey Jr., Rt. 1,, the manner shown above. The DONUTS ROLLS You can be surer of tender,smooth textule-

If ever there was a time we should "put the big pot in Starke, Aug. 19. entire program will be broughtup PIES & CAKES delicious flavor time!
the little pot", as the old saying goes this is it. No for further study In the next: every
TAKES BOOT TRAINING Congress In an effort to secure None are better
one will deny that we owe a debt to these men-a debt t Mathew Charles Howard 17 further improvement IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, insist on

whicn a one-day celebration can do little to repay. The son of Mack Howard, Rt. 2, Price said the State has the than Fleischmann'a fresh Yeast with the
least we can do, then, is to make this small token
very Starke recently reported for privilege of increasing Its contri- familiar yellow label. It's dependableAmerica's ..
.f appreciation a pleasant and memorable event. It boot training at the U. S. Naval bution to each of the programs
cannot be done without a liberal expenditure of funds. Training Center, Bainbridge, Md. named if it so desires. If the Lappe Bakerymakes tested favorite for more than

Part of the expense, of course, will be borne by our State does this the aged and 70 years.Take. y"')

city and county governments, which is as it should be. Local Property blind may receive as much as $50a 7oIll

The money they contribute will be tax money paid by Changes HandsM. month, and the dependent chil- CAKES MADE TO ORDER
dren would receive $6 each addi-
property owners throughout the county. In this way, tional. I

.ach taxpayer can feel that he has had a small part in W. Struth, of Milton son of

making the event a success. However, the funds ob- :Mrs. W. H. Struth of Starke. recently -

tained from these sources will not be enough. In the sold h i a Kingsley Lake.
' final it will residence, near Strickland's to
go-round require public subscriptions to IllN Ill
.. Belva C. Porter of Jack-
raise the total necessary to stage the event in a style I
sonvlll. Mrs. Porter will make
befitting the significant occasion.
her home there. I
This problem of finance should not be left entirely The house and lot at 321 Clark /

wj to the American Legion. Other organizations and street has been purchased by H. ;) ) life easy. .

individuals have a stake in this event, just as much or C. Starling of Graham, from A. ,

even more so, than the Legion.! Unless cooperation is B. Williams.

community-wide, it might begin to look as one Legionnaire The home on Park street formerly haUe Coke
owned by A. C. Thomas has
remarked the other day, that "we're staging a been purchased by Howe Twiningand
homecoming celebration to welcome
ourselves back May :M. :Moody of Starke.
%orae". : Certainly no citizen of Bradford County withan The foregoing transactions are

ounce: of gratitude in his veins would want to place announoed by N. Wainwright, .

Legionnaires! in any such embarrassing position. Jr.i .

It it. becomes necessary, as now seems likely, for CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD \{

the business district to be canvassed for funds to help ("QVNTY. PLORIOAl. Cll\:>.

finance the homecoming event it is hoped and expected CKHV.TCafraelln'. C*.tl 1la. Plaintiff v.. _
that the city's business and professional men will respond No.Daniel BOH.r..tllla, Defendant. Cat _

willingly and liberally. With
the enviable record ORDER OP PUBLICATIONAND
Htablished here in the past, there is no reason to believe NOTICK TO APPEAR
that they will do otherwise. Caatlclia. whose realdcne and ad.

Ih. the meanwhile, those who wish to contribute ttrcsa Third Avenue la: % KOM New Buraikl York, Now 1144

voluntarily may do so by leaving checks or cash at the. York (or) Daniel Caitlnlla. lOt .
Chamber of Commerce office. York Ram ISOth Street New York, N.w ? ,

You are required to appear on
... September :31, nu, In the above
named Court and cause,.wherein

Can Use More and plnlntlff control leeka of minor divorce child.* ciintody Brad.
M >> PulpwoodWHITE ford. County Telegraph. nhall pub
Huh this Order In next four weekly
TIMBER Issue.Wltn.e. .e
DK1T.Corp'n. my hand and official
..al! at Miurke, Florida thin August a ee
&nt1riber of America Fernandina. Fla. 32, leis .
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma.., / ,2 \
Aa Clerk of aald Court. \
V.. Frank I.undruni, Starke FlA. !
Atty. for fir. .1) 4t 8-U

R. B. Alvarez & Son !.*rot rmritr>'n. ..(."CH'RT..OIUIt,.I1R IN'PFORn t'HAN.: -
t'mi". ,
Florence I.avetle PI a I ntlff. v...
Kranklln Luvelle, Defendant. Cane II\\\ _
No. Sol?. \
Transfer & Storage Co. oiinEii ANf NlVTII-K(>F prnuoATtov TO APl'KAR I

......u". who. renldenee. and
Phone 179 address I. ** IT S Appraliorn Of.
face 101 ,'a rIck Street New York.

08oving N. You T. are required to appear on I
VVe September 13, 1944 In the abovenamed ,p tk(1
operate local and long Court. and caune, wherein I .......
and plaintiff ...k. divorce. Bradford ''I5t ...
distance Anywhere in County Telegraph anal puMI.hthla

St ra!" the State of Florida. *.Order. In next four weekly, U.aue _:; ;
Witness my band and official' Best ,
at stark, Florida, thla Aunu.it omeo ir
trdA. or THI COCA.co
Fast Careful Moving (OFFlCIAt.sRV.) A. J. Thorn. :
A" Clerk of nahl Court.
William D* Murcan, Jacksonville.
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during the
vacation trip. llall'i recent i I 1 Improved Pastures Will Follow In Wake and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. living from Mr and Mr.. Jbleaa

Level Mrs. AnrJe Nursery Pays Cash I Barry Dyal, Thursday of last Graves of LuU.
ne Walnwrlgh' of I Of Stump Removal Project Farm Agent Says
Tampa ai rived several week. I I Mr. and Mrs. L. E. ButUur ssr-
U. M. MclU.I weak ago For Pine Cones
1 sir. and is making her home herewith Contingent upon a break In the Brothers and J. R. (NookteVainwrlght ) I Mr. and Mrs John McKinneyhave cently purchased the & SA.Yr-
. her brother end siater.ia- Caxlt for pine cone. In the weather, Bradford County should \ will prepare and seed. purchased the property and, land place In Graham sail. sec

Rev W E. Hall, Just back law, Mr and Mrs. George Cone. unusual opportunity now being I this year see a vastly increased I much larger pastures, and many residence where they are now making their home here.EARL'S .

vacation In the southwes- Weekend vie'+tore of Mr and offered by the Florida acreage In grass and cloverplanted more cattlemen are planning to .--
tates filled\ \ his regular ap- MJS. !. E. Starling Included her Forest N u r cry at Oluxtee. pasture. County Agent L. T. Improve gracing lands as the ,

ent at, Pine Level Baptist patents, Mr and Mrs. W. J. Beginning Sept. I, and continuing Dyer says that prospects are for stumps are removed The prospects
Sunday morning and Johnson of Vanderbilt, Mr. and for two or three from :SCO to 600 acres In Improved ; Dyer said, are that upwards GARAGE

There were 187 persona Mrs. Robert Starling and baby weeks, the nu..ry111 buy and fenced pasturage, although of 2.00O acres will within

t at Sunday School. and Mrs. Cheshire of Palatka, Mr. pine cones for the purpose* of plantings are being delayed by the next couple of years be planted a Onr-llalf Mile Souih of St! rke on Real 13
g Hiislop Is confined tome and Mrs. Odell Green ant baby wearing seed. Price will be the rain and boggy fields. in preferred grasses. and

i with illness this week. rf Meil>ronn, Mr. ami Mrs J .e good. The county-wide project for removal clover. All Kinds of Auto Work
and Mrs. Allen Hall and S. Stalling, W. M. and Betty Ai- Anyone Interested In collecting of stumps by the Hercules This, of course, will mean great
n returned to their homo In di.-ton. end Reginald \1nc1 rhll1. cones may obtain complete Powder Company was named the Improvement In the quality of ALL WORK I'SKI 'X11, 'rCker 'lkon..

Lville nfollowing a Mr .and Mrs. Owen McRae Information by writingW. chief factor In the trend toward stock. With the opportunity for CH'AR.\: TEED AUTO PARTS U.\V OR NIGHT

|av,' visit here with Mrs. :MM W. L. Wynn ant and T. Green, n u r servman. improved pastureland. The County stump clearage, there is no reason
Mr. and Mr'. H. .laughter. Florida Forettt Nursery du.- Agent asserted that such acreage the County Agent said, why v II .1.1" -" "
parents Oaol. all
BR While hero they wereritora ,1acksonv. ."., wre t r, Fla had previously been almost useless Bradford cattle should not receive
visiting Mrs. R. E. Taylor and WE BUY SELL and TRADE USED CARS
ot Mr. and Mrs. T. because of the prevalence of the right kind of feed.
rman l and Mr. and Mrs. El- last Mrs.week.Mr.H. M. McRae Thursday: of stumps which Hercules crews are Those sowing this fall will, with I

at Heilbroan;: Springs. I I They were enroute home from a now busily removing for reclamation favorable weather, have fields .
"pp joe Ann Myr.lck; of Jack. end Mrs. S. B. Taylor ofAilcl acatlon In M chigan.J. In naval stores. The Green seeded by late October.Graham. .
last week !, Ga., spent the weekend -- ---
WM (the guest T. rling! aud fimiiy .t
e and Mrs. Robert Myrick. here!in-law with:Mr.their son and daughter. JesFup, Ga. t nd dUI 'nr. :Mr Hints To Housewives . . . IV hen Your Tires Are Slick 'Time to Recap

and Mrs. K. E. Ta Thelma
Marjie Underhill of Starke Moss and chi I d r e n of
Biding this week wltn Mr 1 jr. n'kI': ; I3a were Bu'r't of Mi A LESSON IN EGGS ..h G
,a. Fiul Underhill. Sir and Mrs. B. H. Can l of I SUrling': !I.rrt'nta Mr. aid Mrs.B AND RECAPAN
and Mrs L. Alvares have Takel..r.cwere guests. of Mi. and J. SUrlli ; last wo'it Because eggs are abundant now By :Mr*. John MrKlaney M, ALL SIZE TIRES

d to their home In Starke Urn. B. J Stalling last .v.'cl'' I Mr. and ft r* Cnrl Tit>l1Iali i.>' are good substitutes for meat, are . . . AND TUBES
Mrs. Carol u>H be rfiunnbere one of the mOAt versatile of all
I occupying the W. New River \< ee'Islt' uf Mr. -tnl I Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Jones and f
here as Miss Lore. CasRe"Il "- Ire J. E. fr\rling;! Sunday aft foods and because they are good > 2I-IIO1TR SERVICE
for folks, home-makers will do 1 Mr and Mrs. Earl Moon and
erno.) w :
well to use them frequently ini I baby of Tampa, were guests of i;;

. . . their menus. Here are some I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones duringthe f ttHADE "A" RUBBER
questions and answers about eggs past week. Mr. and Mrs. I
State Farm that should be of interest to I Jones also. had an guests Sunday Ii Workmanship Guaranteed

home-makers: 1 afternoon their nephew and niece I PHONE

!!I Uy Mm. Bryan \\WtfleJdBKII Are large eggs a better buy I Mr. and Mrs J. n. Strickland, ,

. e C . than small eggs? and HOP Johnny, of Gainesville :

>OB PARTY It depends on the price. "Med I' Mrs Annie E. Ward will return STARKE TIRE SERVICE

.,M"huh Friday' afternoon of lat" week ium" eggs (average 21 ounces per home Sunday following n two
1ee Canvas Awnings Mrs. J C Wallace was hostessat dozen) are as economical as"Larne" weeks' visit In Andrews, S. C..
r Adjoining Temple JaraRe: Temple Ave
her home at a bridge party In eggs (averaging 24 ,with relatives. .
I FREE honor of her guest, Mrs. Isabel ounces per dozen) of the same Mr. and Mrs. John Willis and

ERV IC E I ESTIMATESANDREWS: Edwards of Jacksonville. grade If at lean one-eighth children of NUhqls were guests

Autumn flowers In variety and cheaper. "Small" eggs average( of his parents, Mr. and Mrs Albert UNDERSTANDINGthe
18 ounces per dozen) are as economical Willis, here recently.
profusion added charm to the
Chas. C.Shepherd. I -as large If at least
rooms lined. on this occasion. At one-fourth cheaper.eggs I Mrs F.HKlii Crosby our Graham economy manaqernrnt nnihe upa
the tea hour the two tables of school teacher, WIbu"lness primary quality of our Svri'ue; whICh
Mrs tonnlceBrad la shell color white or brown visitor to Jacksonville Friday aft-
AWNING CO. players were joined by I n dedicated to the affairs and nerds of
related to food, value? of last week.
hlf.w and her guest, Miss el noun
I Service Station I bfreacentent.DEWITT.
(Gay's Lake Butler, ha.C4IOOL Loulsn Cox, and by Mrs. M. E. Color of shell make no difference Mr nnd Mrs. W II. Smith and
Griner and, Mrs Martin Griner, whatever In the food I value ,)' Mrs. Jnhn McKinney spent Saturday -
I Jr. In bingo Mrs Griner, Sr., or quality of flavor of the egg Inside In Imytona I<-
was holder of the lucky card and : Mr and Mrs. Johnson of Live
was awarded a handkerchief To' Is a newly-lalil, egg always a Oak have purchased the W. P C, JONES
Mrs. Martin Griner and to Miss "f renh" egg T I, Bennett property und residence AMBULANCE SERVICE

Cox Mrs. Wallace also presented A newly laid egg that IK not I, and are making. their home here
handkerchiefs and to Mrs. Edward cooled quickly and handled care- Funeral Director
Mr. and. Mm DiiKger Jones of
lingerie as mementoes of fully may lose its fresh" qualities RnmpHon were guests nf Mr. anti HTAIIKK: : PHONE 7
this couitesy In contract, Mrs. In a day 01 two. On the [
Mrs Edward llroiighlnn Sunday
L. F. Chapman won high nrlzt, other hand, an egg given right afternoon. Our local funeral home tnahjn us to .

SUPPLIE5 hot ,dish pads Mrs. Wallace serv- care and storage may keep these John business offer uiriientencei and srrt'im: not i i
.f ed cake with Iced tea at the end qualities for several months. McKinney was a otherwise acattable
visitor to Gainesville Friday or
that are of the games. Does an egg when opened show I j I last week.
signs of "fresh" quality ,, We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prices s..e
Labor Day was! marked for the linen of Jacksonville
a S Yes. A high, rounded yolk and ANY
ANY hits Insurance policy In force Issued by
+sat boys and girls who attend Itrad- firm, upstanding white are signs wan the guest/: nf Mrs. Katie Mann
an In or In full on a funeral. Consultation
ford High School by its openingon ot "freshness." As an egg loses the pint weekend. paiiy payment part

that day. 'freshness" the yolk Is flatter and Mr and Mrs A If on! Varnes of I carries no obligation.TWO .
V Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Fancher the white more watery Starke were guests of her brother
._ .
were guests of Mr. and Mrs Den 4 Should eggs be washed before -- -
nis Fancher in River Junction storing at home

from Friday until Sunday., I No. Washing removes the pro-I I REGIONAL SUMMERTIME FAVORITESu l

:Mr. and Mrs. William Perry and tective film or bloom, which helps I
two( little daughters of Jackson keep bacteria and odors from getting ,
ville spent the Labor Day holiday through the porous shell. Any i .. ",,., ,. .MMe !t 1111,' esq.!..
I f;' jNYI r. -;; ,,'.:,. : .f W-. .+ 'N1,!harf.!!!'.. WWy: ?ryabST
dirt ; !
with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wil can wiped off with a dry ? 1

(liams. rough cloth. I i C'
JoHNS ? .\w.W!'11
Should be cold In :
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brannen egg kept Mrr .
and, Miss Pauline Brannen attended home IItorage'lEggs I| 5 ? w

services at New Hope I deteriorate In a warm CROF ._taI....
place and should be kept at a 1N4Ib. .1.rY '.
Church near La Crosse Sunday.Mr. .'
I r and Mrs. W. N. North H temperature between 32 and 43 SClr""; qaLa \\to..I\.011&I"/tbtap. .'ab;: are"tI..I tl" '+f dt..
degrees F. dlC. t >> .4 wrcbtck
G. Davis and young Billy North I .. tat 1 ,'0,.,.. -; s\lce

[very thing the Busy Student Needs spent Stockton' Sunday, Ga. with relatives in tein DOCK, vitamins an egg, minerals contain good? pro / 'cvp. ,.::, "-0'\.''- A'KiiiHs.dd 1 recd. wY a ., 1gr ,

: Mrs J. M Bradley, Eggs provide! protein In the top YPsp.d an* ,.,t+IJt, k:1': ,
Mr and
Jimmie and Carolyn Bradley were I class with foods like meat and, tea ) & l.1 s ;:; \ -::; :; 1 Cu d

Will Be Found at visitors of Jacksonville relatives milk for building and repair of eeUrYaoeeatoslo k .\aieh i1
.. body tissue; Iron for red blood Cook corn bOil. 4: 1
Jacksonville Saturday Bradley returned Geiger home with o f Colin, and phosphorus and some )" ..nou9"lok.. thin\ pes 1ddlo meat snap rou'.

other minerals; vitamins A and D, tiduld .roer. ond b. with +
them and was their guest for sev. i cold m-, ,.
and B vitamins- thiamine riboflavin 1.cuP ane bottles 4. r
\/1./ ?
eral days and niacin. 9rHeat trostY .
I\CI-i) Miss Louise Cox of Monteverdecame ,.de d h sit
Does orange color in a yolk always 1\00 -
Wednesday of last week to ? I Cbtlae ertour. Gob. rill'' d '
Se C
mean more vitamin A thana p
visit Mr and Mrs. R. H Cox and < l;; :rb : I?
-r a
STCCE'spruce 2 Mr. and Mrs. Eunice Bradshaw. pale Yellow yolk. 1 :+;rrr; ot;,.) hot m Florida oump =
DRUG No. corn and green feed p.'
Little Misses Kay Partney and 1AX .
in a hen's diet are good sources sra 1ac recip..5 rill publubtd r r.u99
of Mr. and .rib \ .
Joann daughter .\ +a
of vitamin A and tend to resultIn .9ona e e e wgioaal
of Starke, l
Smith loge us.
I Mrs. Hogan deep colored yolks. But a hen's r.clb tot \ta a"+'u r",+.
spent the past week together diet low In these feeds and rich paid
visiting the other for several days. In fish liver oil may result In ,

Maxwell and Cary Magruder of pale yellow yolks with just a*
Fruitland Park spent Labor Day much or more vitamin A. T
with their relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
Is a hard-boiled egg the same
Bryan Whltfleld. hard-cooked ? :
as a egg
U 4 During the Labor Day weekend No. EgKS may be hard-cooked ,
\J Mr and Mrs. John Turney and without boiling, and cooking at
Carol, of
little daughter. Mary high heat toughens the egg pro-
visitors of Mr.
Jacksonville were tein. For hard-cooked eggs at
and. Mrs C M. Tumey. their best simmerdon't boll _
Mr. and Mrs Lynwood Watts the eggs 25 to 30 minutes For iJ."

and children moved Wednesday all egg dishes, a success secret is .
".f last week to Sopchoppy where to use low"to moderate temperature '

up ir, Watts. Is In the reta.t /{rocrryb'nlnE''s. !.

Mi". I.. A. Shepherd.turned Stapling marhlam, Scotch' Up,
your Fallwardrobe Mordav from Atlanta and King- paper punrhm, all types account

gold( )a.. where she spent noo'it I books, ring binder, and many
t ) ten Hys.! While In Atlanta she other Items at the Bradford

\ was the guest of her sister and County Tf'I.crapII.CARPENTER'S.

while In Rlnit old s>U! *a with
-=="" I her rarnts.. AND MELLOW DELICIOUS BEER

i That neat-as-a-pin. well-pres.'Ied ape! JAX Beer, the mellow Drink of Friendship, does

1 {pearance is no accident. It means YOUR WATCH justice to any occasion leisure moments, get-to

dry cleaning by careful thorough. the Best gethers, and when you're serving delicious 'regional

scientific: methods dry cleaning Deserves 4F dinners. Today's choice for the perfect twosome is
but actually -
that not only removes suits grime and, oats. I .e' ..., JAX Beer and that grand regional dish-CHOP-SUEY

rejuvenates well-groomed I St. Johns!

Have that fall.spruced-UP Come here for dry i.:4-' Yes, JAX, the beer of regional distinction, is

look cleaning this of perfection.. I ...... mighty fine with your favorite dishes-. just as fine

when served all by itself. JAX Beer is rich in flavor,

REPAIRTrustworthy JAX! color, aroma, and body four "musts" in any brew-

rr I ;say uwra: master's language. Today, order a truly great beer

PHONE 135 I Service I I aefnrskl, a beverage brewed especially for discriminating

I ROUT 313 e' 4 J Southeasterners .
GREEN, 9letu 9Ik Temple" I I

Oahe ...::' An.I i IS7 West Call "t.I JAX BREWING; COMPANY.I Jacksonville Florida
r ,.. = i I CVMP BLINDING .nWELlR Phone 61 STARKE .. ,
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-- Lake. orated table the front porch 1 Liam Norris, Mr, and Mrs. Nathan child Bradford County Telegraph I I' a! Sterk,, ;:""
i i home on Kingsley on shall ptibllxh this Order In p' "
I and Prevail Mrs. O. E. Stansbury and four weekly Issues. next er /, ]!514 ''Qt 'h
SOCIETY and I Mrs. A. Z. Adklns circle chairman and bore three pink candles (OFFICIAL
Witness hand
my and
presided, and the president, the inscription, "Happy Birthday Boos Hayes. 'seal at Starke, Florida, this official s.. A. Clerk BEAU/ AJ I'
Mrs. W. E. MIddleton opened the Sandra". Miss I'dalou Davis will return tember 5, 1946.OFFICIAL v AttyrafndIndn.' noBpn

' meeting with prayer. The secretary Mrs. Hazen was assisted by home today from Macintosh An( Clerk of ::I ILJourt.. J. Thomas. : .__ t.:.

First Fall MeetingOf Mrs. 1.. D. Vlnlng and the Mrs Rudolph Andrews in serving where she spent a week with her Chan. K. Hess, 204-05 Realty Bldir. tN <<"IIU."I1' rot

Woman's Club Met treasurer. Mrs. W. G. Halle, transacted refreshments of ice cream and FSCW sophomore roommate Miss Atty Jacksonville for Plf. Fla. 9-6 4t 9-27 I }!'Y' Jl'LOIUIJ'\11J stt'kll \

their duties. cake to the following guests Invited Betty McRae. -- r Winnie IAei' .
Next WednesdayWith Billy IV: CIRCUIT CO<<-HT. Adam, ti""f. i 'Ittf(
to Sandra "
I Mrs. W. J. Churchwell secretary be with : IN t'l/l11'r t-OIKT. KH.HTHJIDHItL. BRADFORD OItDCH 1.11 ,
Tue Dowling, Mary Ann Long, Bar ('lilt.lir. l\ A % l> t COH\TY FI.OUIDAI IN CHAN j AMI lW pen;,..
of spiritual life gave an Interesting CKHY.Evvrurdua YOTIt!' "'
the first touch of fall In '
of bara Thomas William Silcox, Baretta, Plaintiff, v... STATI "u ,
of last
the air, the Woman's Club of review the chap- IN' ( HtMKIll.Kniniiv Ten Cate Baretta.. Defendant. Case n. A. Ada,", :'JkIDA'
home ter of the study book, "Father Sandra Lou Jones, Beverly Lappe 1-uckett, 6061. address II i '.
Starke will hold Ita first meeting No. I IORDER rs h'II x
large Brenda Jan Lewis, Rudy Andrews, Compla.ntant.Paul OF PUBLICATIONAND Ifni. I 6r
hood of God.
of the season next Wednesday vxDIVORCE You
were Kay and Charlene Dennis, Janice, NOTICE! TO APPEAR II err r ,
afternoon at 3.30: o'clock The hostess, Mrs. Matthews, Puck ell, STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ten October |/949>> qUlr"ll 1'1 i
Jacqueline, and Betty Jenkins, Defendant. Cate Baretta, whose Court :
following the uaual dimmer re- '! I served the 12 guests present witha and Dot Green Reese. TUB STATE OF FLORIDA TO: address I.. Gentxchestraat residence Street and jeeks dl orteuse, Blei h
ecus. tempting salad course and iced Paul i'ucketttrsldmce 185, The Hague Holland. Telegraph ;hall( publh f
ing ] Unknown. You are required to !In next four t'',
By a happy coincidence the pro It Is hereby Ordered that you are October 4 6n the above on Wltnsss weskit
gram will be presented by the Mrs tea.G. The Rev. David Rose required to appear on the. 7th day court and cause, wherein plaintiff named at Stark,my i hand anh.
before the Florid"
of Oc-tob A. D. 1946 4. /
seeks divorce. Bradford IIIC6.
Department of Conservation Mrs. B. Colson Home At St. Mark's SundayThe hove entitled Court to the Bill 1 Telegraph shall publish this County Order (OFFICIAL
O. L. Beaaley chairman, and will of Corffblulnt filed against you In next four weekly issues.Witness A. Clerk of ) I
as Brooker Is Scene the above styled cause, and the hand ; T. Frank 'Rid ronA.
At and
my official
be related to the topic, "The Rev. David Rose will deliver 1-radford County Telegraph Is here- at Starke, Florida, this September seal Arty, for Landrum I'lf. Ittb

1946-47 Goal Toward City Beau- Of Family ReunionThe the sermon at St. Mark's whicchsthIstOrder shall* published 6, 1946. hLrV4ro
be i (OFFICIAL SEAL,) A. J.' -
tlflcatton. Plans will doubtless
Episcopal Church on one a week for four con ecuuveWITNEHS 'As Clerk of said Court.T. sTTr Colar It
be discussed at thin time for club G. B. Colnon home at morning Sept. 8, at 11 o'clock. weeks, Seal Frank Landrum Starke, Fla.Atty. CRAY.FI'OaIDAI. S
hand and the
cooperation In the.citywide cleanup Shull Brooker was the scene of a happy Mr. Rosa Is well known to many of thin Court my at Htarke Bradford for Plf. 9-6 4t 9.27 Alfred n. R. "r

and beautification drive pro- occasion last Sunday when 75 relatives people in Starke, having been on County, Florida thin the 31 day ofAugu.t I:* CIRCUIT: COURT, BRADFORD 6042.Valrie Keller. D'f.ndanL PI.
claimed this week by Mayor Char- It from various parts of I j! the staff of St. Maik's at the A. D. A. J. THOMAS, COUNTY FLORIDA IN CHAN- ORDER pF prBJ

les A Darby in view of the visit of Florida as well as 'time the Church Service Center Clerk of the Circuit Court Bradford VEILS ASS> NOT E TO! r 1
(SEAL) Fanny R McLeroy, Plaintiff, VH. STATE tF,
of General Johnathan M. Wainwright gathered for a family out-of-atate'l I was built. He also helped start W. H.County Cone Solicitor for Plaintiff. Wilbur McLeroy, Defendant. Case Keller. whuu nJlRIDA, ,,
to the city on Sept. 28. Fla., At noon a bountiful the work with the service men 9-6 4t H-27 No. ORDER 6047, OF PUBLICATIONAND dress Bh'hmont1.1M JOIJ 'Ira)',...
I; 1'ranl.Or / / .
Guest speaker for the afternoon served on the lawn and the day at camp. NOTICE TO APPEAR You are .

will be Mrs. Pfaff of Jacksonvillewho were was spent In pleasant conversation He is now assisting Bishop AH provided!\iO'r.VE by Chapter 21945, Acts McLeroy STATE, whose OF FLORIDA residence to Is: Wilbur Houston """ 7. !tgr4elmredSeptember ,I <"

will discuss "Conservation of renewing old acquaintances, Juhan In Jacksonville and the of 1MI! notice IM hereby given that I! Texas. Court and 9.cause f946 r,tb.

j Our State Foresta". J. S. Harris, ; and reminiscing about bygone congregation of St. Mark's Is the linnie and Fresh Water Fish I You are required to appear on seeks dlvoree "b''i.
CommlHMlon of the State of Florida, 9ndha
October 7, 1046<< In the above name Telegraph .
noted Jacksonville pianist, will be assist days. happy to take advantage of a under' the power and authoritytrrnntcd ed Court and cause' wherein plaintiff In next four weedy .,
heard in a brief recital. Sunday which he has free. A xald CommlHalun by section I seek divorce. Evadlord County: Witness m. hand Inv
Those enjoying the day with Mr. Jo. Article IV of the Cunxtltutlonof Telegraph shall publish this at Stark IS.
The Club IH looking forward to I and Mrs. Colson were Mrs S. V. cordial welcome is extended to all I the State of Florida, an ...m..ndI I In next four weekly Issues." order 3. 19f6. F1er/4R' / 'I II
to be the of the ed and ratified by the voters of Witness hand and (
one of the most progressive yearsin God Andrews, Dr. and Mrs. Lemuel present by people Florida on November 3, 1942 In I I Ii.rriclHl at Starke my Florida, this official September seal All OFFICIAi.9RAL1 Clerk of : 01.;

its history and Executive Board with : Colson and son, Billy, Mr. and church and the Rev. Fred Yerkes, meeting held AuuuMt 211'1! 6. l IIIf6 '1', Jo'rank f....Id'Ir 'ur'"
JI', acting rector. HMO. has opened to Hunting (OFFICIAL, SEAL) :A. J. Thomas, Atty. for E'tlNow "
for will
plans many improvements Mrs. R. A Colaon and family, and flapping a certain area In Union I As Clerk of said Court.
be presented to the membershipat Shull. Mr. and Mrs. C. W Colson, all and Hrndford Counties I H. O. Brown, Starke Fla.

an early date. An unusually of Starke; Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Boy Scout News Copy l been filed of thin with opening the County Order Judge has Atty. for Plf. 9-8 4t 0-27

large attendance is expected at Colson, El Paso Texas; Mrs. A. of the County affected and with I IN CIUCI'IT COtllT.
the meeting next Wednesday In During the regular meeting of the HccretRiy of State of the Stateof : BRADFORD Serving A
with T. Williams Cleveland Ohio; Mrs. Florida and a copy made, a matter COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN-
view of the general atmosphere I Mamie McCormick Mr and Mrs. the Starke Boy Scout Troop in of record In the office of the William c..JIIY. Ivan Smith Plaintiff Line of Regular
of enthusiasm that the ''G. the Armory at 7:30: o'clock Mon- Director of the Game and FreshWater VH.
pervades Mr A. Plnholster, and Mrs. S. D. Fish C o m m luxlon Tullahuxxee. Ruth Neighbors Smith* Defendant,
membership concerning the club's ess Carver, all of Jacksonville; Mr. day night the 25 scouts present Florida. I, Case No 5044ORDER OF. PUBLICATIONAND ners, Short OrdnSandaiths r
of activities. enjoyed instructive skits in first I. N. KENNEDY.. Director,
proponed program and Mrs. E. J. Gresham, St. lame NOTICE TO APPEAR
and Fresh Water Fish Commission
Hostesses for the afternoon will A. W. Petersburg; Mrs. Stella Andrews aid hiking and tracking. E. ItO I STATE. OF FLORIDA to: Mrs

be Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy, Mrs. Mrs. Miami; Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Os- Shull, Jr., reporter. Ruth Neighbors anti address"'Smith IM whose 416 Hiftli rexldence -

P. L. Bridges Mrs. M. C. May- teen and son. High Springs; Mrs. > "'IC'I': Of ..JI.CTIO'I I Market "'Street Georgetown, South A Clean Qu
To the sheriff of llrntlford ('aunty. Carolina.
hugh, Mrs W. E. Middleton, Mrs. Mrs. Virginia Belling and family Lnltc at Ibr. ".n..r FtorlduIts You are required to appear on Place To Ei
Butler: Mr. and Mrs. Hal Y It Known That I, R. A. Gray 1 October 7, 1946<< In the above named
Local NewsMiss H<*<'retary of State of the State of Court and wherein
cause plaintiff *
Malnes and baby. Lake Butler; Florida, do hereby give notice thatu seeks. divorce. Bradford County

G. W. Andrews, Mrs. Lariit, Tom- Telegraph shall publish this Order
GENERAL- ELECTIONwill In next four weekly Ixaues.Wltnexx .
COLD STORAGE llnHon and daughter Mr. and Luc lie Mitchell will leave he held In Bradford County my hand and official seal IXC
Mrs. M. F. Wiggins, and Mr. State of Florida, on Tuesday nextxurrreding
Wednesday for New York City to the firm Monday In November
Margaret Kelly, all ot New River; consult eye specialists at the Col- A. D. 1948. the Maid Tuea- FLORIDA LIVRA TONE
Dr. and Mrs. J. K:: Malnea Gaines. day being the C
FOR RENT umbia-Presbyterian Hospital. She Fifth Pay of NovemberFor
I ram
ville; Mr. and Mrs H. C. Kelly will be accompanied by Miss United States Senator. rcfcfLAXATIVE
and Bonn, Lawtey; Mr. anJ Mrs. For Keprexentatlve of the SecondrnnicrexKlonal
From $2 to $1 Spencer Colson and and Della Rosenberg. Dlxtrlct of the State. ,
fam'ly Jack <>r Florida In the Elg-htleth Congress TEAT SATISFIES TEMP
Halle will
Mrs. Arthur Littles and family, Saturday of the United State: .
Ce Open I:9
from Miami and, accompanied by For Two Justices of the Supreme row Borrte Now Sundays
all of
Lake J.
City' F. Colson, |
his father, W. G. Halle of Starke Court I of the State of Florida. I t.Jd at AIJDroo trans
STARKE ICE Pahokee; Mrs. Neta Trulock and For Two Kallrond CommlualonerH
family Alachua; Mr. and Mrs. I will spend a two weeks' vacation of the State. of Florida.
with relatives In Georgia and For One Member of the Houee of
Ernest Gwynn and family Lan- KeurrxrntatlveH' of the "State' of
tie Colson and Donnle Colson North Carolina. I Florida.
I I. For Two County Commissioner. JUST RECEIVED
Mrs. Theodore Tyson returned
all of Ft. White; Mr. fend Mrs.J. DIxtrlctM Two and Four.
K. Douglas, and family Mrs to her home here Friday of last For Two .Member" of the County
week following a two weeks' vacation -I i Hoard of Public Inxtructlon. Dl..-
Rosa Plnholster and Wallie Ladies
C. J.
I 1 trlct One and Three RAYON HOSE
and Donald Crews all of Brooker. In various points of InterestIn In Te..tlmonyVh..reof., I have here-
TO THE PEOPLE North Carolina She was accompanied -! unto net my hand and affixed. the
Great Seal of the State of Florida,
Secret"i Mrs. S. E. Brownlee home by her son-in- at Tallahassee. the Capital thl* the Guage 42 95c
law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. first day of September, A. D. oJ'46.

I will not be able to make Honored at ReceptionOn J. D. Smith of Ft. Bragg. N. C., (SEAL) Secretary R. A. ORAY of State, -

who remained here until Mondayand To Hon. A. O. Andreu. Sheriff Ladies SHOES

canvass, but I will 1 86th AnniversaryMrs. continued to Tampa to visit Bradford County. 9-6 9t It.I

Sept. 10. If elected I will S. E. Brownlee was the 1 Mr. Smith's brother-in-law and IM CIRCUIT COURT: BRADFORD 95c to $1.50 i
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hamilton.Mr. I COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAN.
honoree on the occasion of her J Y.'Francisco.
best of my ability. 86th birthday anniversary Sun i and Mrs. Smith will return:;I' Lombard), Plaintiff v*.
here today and remain with Mrs. Orasla Artalt Lombard!, Defendant. ,
day Sept. 1, when Mrs. J. M. Tyson until Monday at which Caxe No. 6041.ORDER Blouses & Skirts'95c
Brownlee, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Of PUBLICATION:
time they will return to Ft. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
and Mrs. Earl Johnson
were Joint I '
Bragg. OF FLORIDA to: Hrasla
DON hostesses at a family reception Artale Lombard!, whose residence each
from Mrs. Mae Edwards, Mr. and !' .and address l la unknown. e BBV MBI H"* *'1
until 5
: o'clock
at theJ. i
|I You are required to
Mrs. Ernest Phillips and appear on
M. Brownlee residence west of Mlssj I(, October 7. 1946, in the above named 5,85
Starke. Elaine Edwards spent Sunday and Court and cause, wherein plaintiff Rayon Dresses -
Labor Day In Daytona as guestsof I seek. divorce. Bradford County
Late summer flowers were usedin Telegraph shall publish this Order
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Edwardsand In
carrying out a color schemeof next four weekly l leeue..
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards, I Witness my hand and official
pink and green in the living seal at Starke Florida this September -
Jr. Khaki
Just room and dining room of the t. 1946.OFFICIAL Dungaree
Brownlee If you're Interested In buildinga ( SEAL A. J. Thomas, ,
home where
the guests As Clerk of said Court.
were entertained. The better town, vote FOR the T. Frank Landrum Starke Fla.
Sizes 30 $2.25
36 Men's birthday cake was also decoratedIn Health Department> City Election<, Atty. for Plf. 9-6 4t S-27 to 40 -
Tuesday, Sept. 10.
pink green. II: CIRCl'IT CorRT. BRADFORD r r
Refreshments of chicken sandwiches Mrs. Mary Lee Hancock had COI STY, FLORID.'I It c.HAN

punch cake and Ice cream as her weekend guest Mrs. J. H CERY.nindvs .llbxon. Plaintiff, v.. Ralph
22.00 to were served to thirty of Mrs. Hancock of Ruby. S. C :M, Gibson Defendant. Case No. Nick's Bargain HoTWO

Brownlee's relatives who gatheredto Rev and Mrs. d. C. Powell and 6053.ORDER Of PUBLICATION

ALL SIZ" enjoy this happy occasion with children, Jewel and Elton of I AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
the honoree. Mrs. Brownlee came Miami were guests Thursday and .M.STATE Olbxon OF whose FLORIDA residence to: Ralph BLOCKS FROM BUS
and address
to Starke 61 years ago fromMla.l..slppl Friday of last week of Mr. and I tx unknown. NORTH ON ROAD 13
Mrs. R. J. Davis. Rev. Powell Is You are required to appear on
and has lived at the i iI October 7, 1946. In the above
a former named
175 All-Wool family residence west of Starke I pastor of the Methodist Court and cause, wherein. plain I

the entire time. She enjoys excellent Church here and they were tiff seeks divorce and custody ofHOWur I
enroute home
a vacation In
SIZES 33 to health and for the New York.
tion Sunday afternoon recep.1 t
tractively dressed In white Among those from Starke attending SAVE
the Shrine YOU CAN
wore an orchid ceremonial at
Make Your Selections corsage a gift of Pensacola
her great grandson, Holt Johnson. I on Labor Day were K I

Those from out-of-town O. Duncan Valrie Kidd J. D.

this occasion with the honoree enjoying Odom. George Kopelousos, Wll- BY TRADING EVERY DA

A L 'V A were: Judge and Mrs. A. V. Long,

Mr*. S. T. Dell, Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. yr4, AT OUR

J. M. Brownlee Jr.. and daugh wwt0Sr1

Established ter. Catherine all of Gainesville,

and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hague, Jmpo'&tant IZl FOLKS: Eve was the GROCERY & MARKET

and Mrs. Annie Turner of Ala unluckiest woman alive. Shecouldn't
remind Adam of the 0I1'e

\ better men she might have mar-

The Rev. Fred Yerkes ried. of C'
I II I Carry a Complete Line FjJ

I I Honored at LuncheonThe .. And to our knowledge--'tem-I Groceries and Meats at the M '

peramental' means: 98 percent
Rev. Fred Yerkes was hon : temper and 2 percent mental. OLD PRICES

Sun. Mon. with a surprise covered-dish
luncheon given In the Service Cen- The lightning bug U brilliant :

ter Sunday by members of St. : .but It ""'n't any mind. .

BOB Woman's) Auxiliary. It blunders through existence

Delicious chicken pilau was jf, with Its headlights on twhlnO. Our Beef this Week

In on this occasion which .

Mr. Yerkes 12th anniver Have your Fire Insurance : I REGI(
We I
i like I to
In Starke and also his return your headlights I FROM:
"Monsieur from a month's vacation and policies checked turn II) here when you want to
at Sewannee, Tenn. up. Hundreds of motor WHITE FACE
ists will tell I *
you that here you r
get gas, oil and lubrication ;

Birthday Party plus the kind of service that Give Us A Trial and Be Convinced K

Tues. Wed. Thurs. For Sandra HazenLittle never makes the blunder of
Best Place to
"Our Hearts Were overlooking your tires, radiator -
Sandra Hazen daughter ; and windshield. Why
With Gail Russell &
Mr. and Mrs. don't
Dan Hazen, cele you try It?

her third birthday anniver Charley E. Johns GULF GROCER
Frl. Sat. Sept. last Saturday afternoon from OIL PRODUCTS

COLOR : until 5 o'clock with a party Agency Washing Polishing

the home of her grandparents (r-hon IS I
STARK STA.tlna .
"Conquest of fr. .n<4f :Mrs. W. L. Silcox. Greasing

and "Madonna's The throughout children enjoyed the afternoon.outdoor ..... I Temple & Lake & MARKET

The largo two-tiered ..... Service '
birthday cake Station
was arranged on a prettily dec I 5._.. TMK / 7'I I I I', Phone 179 i PHONE 86 DELIVER -

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(BITS of LOCAL NEWS Joe Martinez was called to Tie a string/ around your finger) Mrs. L. Q. Powell returned I Mrs Eddie Hartman underwentan

Tampa Wednesday because of the and vote FOR the Health Department Tuesday, from, two weeks vacation appendectomy Thursday ot Tailor-Made

illness of his sister. Oty Klrx-tlon< To....., Sept.! In the Smoky Mountains last week in Saint Vincent's HI'I
i I
\fcssA\ Mrs. Vernon Lewis and I Mr. and Mrs. G Dodsi.n and R J. Davis who is at present 10. N. C. pita) In Jacksonville Friends
auditing in Mayo, spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Junlun will be glad to hear that althoughshe
I Gerry LaPlant and small son, Tommy, of Montlccllo Smith and) Mr and Mrs. R. E. Gahaganand
hartine*, all of West Palm were weekend guests of Mrs Dod with his family here. family are moving back to Starke two sons of Savannah, Ga.. will be confined, to the hospital t
1 : Mr and Mrs. this week from Santa Fe Lake weekend Mrs. Mat- for th.p.'ktl she Is getting
spent the Labor Day weekIth I win's parents, Mr. and Mrs T. M. P. M. Barefoot, were guests of tS-11
Mi and Mrs. Joe Mar- Hu'chlngs. and Mrs. L. J. Green and children where they spent the summer. tie Gahagan. along nicely.

I Mr. and Mrs. Joe K: WIn!, Judy and Archie, spent Labor Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Brown and Misses Gayle and Virginia Sew- Mr. and Mrs. L. W Ko'h11I

who is attending have had as guests nt the '\'eeks'i Day at Silver Springs. daughter Marian are taking up ell, daughters of the \V B. Sew- return Saturday after spending
.l' rolson.Vnlverslty, arrived last I i cottage on Kingsley Lake Mrs. Miss Nannah Colby of the St residence in their new home on ells are expected home this week the past two weeks. tn St. Louis \ 11All

'to spend a vacation with his ,, Wi-i. E. Wilson, and Mrs L. W Maik's Rectory is spending this South street, the former Brnln- from the New England states Mo, and Indianapolis, Ind. on
and Mrs. LemuelGuaranteed Bell and son, Eugene all of Penoncola week with friends in Orlando.Mr. ard Harvey resilience' The Brown where Virginia was a member of business and visiting' relatives
is. Dr. I ICIALI and :Mrs. S. T Dell of-, and Mrs. M C. Wells of have spent the summer at their the Methodist Youth Caravan for Mr. and Mrs. Ben RoUnd. ant?, Work GuaranteedWARD t
Gainesville Jacksonville spent Tuesday herewith cottage on Klngsley Lake. Mrs. the past three months and Gayle daughters Helen and Kay are I I
perman- Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. G.V.. Brown of Lawtey, motherof has been Interning as a dieticianin : making their home now with :Mrs
Bave, l1J! _* Lella's Beauty Miss Janet Anderson spent the For wedding' portrait nee T. II. Clifton, is now making her Boston for a year. J. J. Jones, Mr. Roland's .Itlt"r I I SEAT

weekend Miss Doris at the State Farm with Qwborne See ad on page 8. home In the Browne former residence An ounce of preventive medicine on W. Call Street I COVER CO.

Joan Tatum of Jackson- Moncrlef. Mr. and Mrs. Tom S'a:' <>: and on E. Call Street. It worth a> pound of run. Why let !Marke! take a "h..- .
spent a f-v days last week I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green children have returned their Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Weeks are Vote FOR tile Health Department ward .atrpot FOR the Health)I I GtVN !SERVICE! HTtTTOK

Hftei' aunt. Mts. R. J. Davis. Jimmy Green and Jimmy Rowe home: in Baxley, Ga. alter spending i visiting their daughter Mra Jun- City Election: < TAM, Sept. Department City .:Election TLI-, Phone 10 ta.
er i brief vacation here with pent Labor Day at Daytona the summer at Uelr] place Ius Smith and family at their 10. Sept. 10. I I
MM. J. F. Beach.
trent Mr. on Klngnley Lake. summer home on Santa Fe Lake Richard F. Morse, Assistant Re.
yi-s Caudle ,Hazen left I Come and be fitted for your Miss Marjorie Davis .left Wed- this week. search Engineer In the Bureau of -
ay of last wct'tB\ enter fall and winter SPIRELLA lI..althprm..nt. nesday for Jacksonville where she Standards Research Laboratory
Mrs. L. A. Canova and Sons
apt 1st Theological Seminary I cornets, girdle, and also will spend the remainder of the Levy, Jr., and David returned Sat- at the University. of Florida, spent Elect
Lv Orleans. She is traininga surgical/ belts. Corsetlere." week visiting Mr. and Mrs. R J. urday after spending the past the Labor Day weekend with his
Mrs. Frank 1I00"
Ini9' --- Miss Helen Jones In spending Canova's sister Mrs Cora Marsh- Morse

this week in St. Petersburg with burn Mrs Marshburn had spent Mrs. Mattle Turner of Jacksonville MarthaPowell

her brother-in-law and sister Mr. the previous week visiting her Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.

and Mrs H B. Edmunds mother Mrs. G. W. Alderman J. M Edwards for a few days.R .

VOTE FOR George Young of St. Augustinewas All GOOD towns have a Health J Gomes of Quigley A: Davis
s the weekend guest of the Department. Starke In a good Is spending/ two weeks in Illinois.
Rev. Fred Yeikes and Francis town. Therefore Starke AH'STliars visiting relatives. WoodTo i

Yerkes. a Health I'p.ntm..nt.'oft.. Mr and Mrs. J. H Retch who i
D. A. (Red) MonteithFor Miss Sheltie Hall and daughter. right Sept. 10. have spent the past ten days at
Sharon spent last Friday In Kingslpy Lake, have moved buck
Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Thomaispent
to their home In Jacksonville.
Mrs It. A. Canova and sons the weekend In Auburnditlo Mr and Mrs Wilbur Scott and

One of Your City Councilmen spent last week in Tallahassee as visiting Mrs. Thomas' mother, nephew Corbin Cornell were In
Mrs Fronle
guests of Mrs. Canova's sisters, I Jacksonville Tuesday
Mrs. G. C White and Mrs. Cora Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jordon
Marsh burn. Miss. Annie Darby visited. Vaml\ !
of Thomasville Ga. visited Mrs
better and Improved' streets and
drainage and Imrmrntt -
favor For the good of all, vote FOR Mrs. L. E. Jordon In Oveida over Jonlon's mother Mrs. Elsie Hall
\ to our City Park. the weekend.
the Health Department City F.lwtlon over the weekend

> nlll exert his brat efforts towards. keeping cattle and Ikesk Tuesday "Sept. 10. N. T. Retch, who Is working In Mrs. J. G. Godwin and son. Garland -
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Kelly of Fort Lauderdale spent the we..k.end of Ralford and Mrs. W. B.

out of our City. Tampa spent the weekend here with his mother Mrs. Carrie !'ti u lid)', Jr., and Miss! Wanda #

Mr\os! that our City Government should be operated on looking after business interests Retch Pearce: of Starke sp..ntVe..n.lay.
Mrs. N. Carson and little Mi1 and Mrs C. O Pupls of i.
[!hu.ines's. basis and will do his. be"t to nee that the tax payers Geiger In Jacksonville where they attended ; i.d
daughter, Ellen have been enjoy Alachua were gucnts of 'the J. B the fashion show at the
full value for their tax dollar*.
Alexanders la
ing a three weeks visit In Kis Wednesday. George Washington' Hotel.

stands for all things hlrhlll develop and advance the Immee with her parents Mr. and M. L. Maynard returned to Aln- Mrs J. K< Futch Is leaving the
Mrs. James Barber chua with the Dupuis for a two
lost of thep k for Lakeland
and of Starke.
|oth prosperity
SiJfllen and Margaret Ann Phillips weeks visit. where she will visit h..rtIllter)
of Lawtey spent the first of Mis K G. Duncan: visited her Mrs T. N for several'
in. safe, sane and reliable and will render you roniMlentliMiHlic LlmbauKh
the week here with their grandparents RtHter-ln-law Mrs Ted Duncan In wcrkit.
\ If elected BM one of your C'ouiirllinen.Iniir I
A Mr. and Mrs. P. M Gainesville on Tuemlny. ]Miss Lucille Wartiiuk of Merlin -

vote and support on September 10th ulll be appreciated Barefoot. Tom Grady of Atlanta spent !Md, l III visiting her mother' at
h d] lour confidence In him will not be mlsplat-ed.. I Mrs, L. D. Green, Inman Green, the weekend, here with his wife. Lnwtey and Mrs.: Edna, Stone of
and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Silcox Mrs. J. 1'. Burns and daughters, Sturk

spent the weekend In Atlanta, Ga. Joan and, Jean, nrn leaving this Mr. amt Mrs Kdwln: Marshall,
with Mr. and Mrs Willard Pass week for their home In Atlantaafter Edwin Jr., and I>.-
(Paid for by friends of "Red", Monteith) son daughter, The City Council
Mrs Green remained for a longer spending the Hummer with lures, Mr. Marshall's mnther. Mm.
visit. Mrs. Burns mother, Mrs Cella C C Marshall of Waldo and

SFECIL Guarantee permanent Manassa.Mr Delano Thomas enjoyed Saturdayat
wave, #\3 at Ix-IIa Beauty and Mrs. Harry\ Mooty St. Augustine Bench.
Salon. spent Saturday evening In Gainesville Mr. and Mrs R. L. Stone of Tuesday Sept. 10
fort Mr. and Mr. Woodfln Halle. with the Milton St Peters In Cherry street celebrated their ,

Jr., and daughter, Linda Sue, of celebration of Mr. St. Peter's first wedding anniversary Monday

t Every branch of Orlando will spend the weekend birthday anniversary with a party for a few close +
here with Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mr. and Mrs. J. Maurice Edwards friends and relatives r

h Haile. entertained at a barbecue Mrs.. John Zt-bedee, the former S II.: ADVOl'ATES

INSURANCECONSTANT Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Edward .at their summer place on Brook. Miss MurUl Hall, and son Bobby
of Atlanta spent a week here as lyn Lake last Friday In honor of will arrive the last of the week

guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards their eon Maurice, Jr., who left from Grand Island, Neb., to visit 1. Adequate Recreation Facili.
.' Sunday for Marlon Military In. their mother Mrs. Elsie Hall, Indefinitely -
LIABILITY I Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Conner stitute, Marion, Ala. Mr and Mrs. Mr. Z<*bed.. ha* been ties for Starke's Young People.
and the Rev. and Mrs. W. E. Hall Edwards were assisted by S..n.and transferred from Grand Island to
SERVICE returned Saturday from a twoweeks' Mrs. Charley E. Johns Alaska and Mrs. Zebedee will join
O.VER SO YEARS vote 2. Better and More Paved Street
THEFT vacation spent on a motor Everj body' talking him there later.
trip to New Mexico and Mexico. ing FOR the Health Department Jame. O. Scwell Is home for a '"
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle had City Election. Tw. Ni-pt. 10. month's vacation between semesters 0
FIRE as guests Sunday :Mr and Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs J. B. Alexanderhad at the University of FloridA. 3. A Cleaner City.

I. C. WALL AGENCY Lamar Halle, Jr., and sons, and as their guests Sunday, Mr Mrs. W E. Howling and sons
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mtljjate and I and Mrs Cobb Hume of Gainesville Billy and Jimmy were In Palatka

LrFECLASSIFIED daughter. Phyllis, all of St. '1 Mrs Betty Parks. Mrs yesterday visiting Mr. and Mrs. '.' 4. No New Taxes.
Please Phone 146 Petersburg. Fronle Windham and Ralph Wind- I II Roy Mathews
If you want a healthful. town. ham of Waldo, Mrs. Grover Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Long and
for your (children vote FOR tile I Swalles of Valdosta, Mrs. Emma daughter Maryann spent Sunday
I Health Department City Election, Favor of Miami and Mrs Virgil In Jacksonville with Mr. and Mra A Vole for Her In A Vole For Good

Tliexilay.. Srpt. 10. Groomsby of Gainesville. V. T. Reynolds.
Mrs Theodore Tyson hail, as her I Johnny L. Hagan of Norfolk, Mr. and Mrs. Prescott GUI anti! City Government

'I guests Wednesday and Thursdayher Va., Is visiting relatives here for son, Duck, and Mr. 'and Mrs J. ; (fall Political AdiertlmtnrnC
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. two weeks. D. Doyle spent Labor, Day In )

NO nO\CHE', ANTS FLIES or and Mrs. Bill Tyson of Jackson I Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Beaji- Daytona U"aci.! I
TOUR FARM. CITY AND I flees If you line inir Aero..,>l HlltfHoinb. ville. Last weekend she had asher Icy and daughters. Sue and Jean

NESS PROPERTY . Lasts Thin Is for not weeka the kero""n.typ" .-AutoFountain. guests her son-in-law and of Lake Alfred, and Mr and Mrs. ''

tr daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pick- C. P. Tjson of Jacksonville were I -'M"-
ard and son. of Jacksonville. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mnt -' 3Piecer,7

SELLS RKAfcESTATE FOR $ALe7-One conMlHtlnii uf mnrreto three "lilot p"rtnivntH. khoiiHs Cot and Mrs. D. R. Knight and O. L Beasley.
SrROUT partly furnlKheil. ;.Iull.| | I grandchildren. Nancy Lee and I Mrs Celia Manasxa Phil Man- I Lawn Sets
Cre.t..t s.f-rrrttMT .( MM- pi-d for tfa.. Cheap. fur niBhHrailford H"lIIs V Knight Jr.. of Galnew- assa, and Henry Manassa. Jr., '
ire property. H.. ode ..err.ale. Knirln, ei. Inn of Homes- K.rm.- {, tttarke.! 8.tt! It vIII.., and their maid. Evelyn Wilson and Mrs J. P. Huron and daughters ,
**. Ra,.... tram mil ever tae I have returned from a vacation Joan and Jean, spent several __ .. ___: :L.
I d. fr*. 0"ii llmtlum. with 6-room :; : 19.95
FOR SALE-One acre In the mountains of North days last week at Fernandina !
STROUT REALTY AGENCY house bearing. pecan trees anti Beach as guests of Mrs. D. K I 1a
other fruit tr..... AUMO 3uire Carolina.For .
Represented Locally By farm large 6-room house. pi-i' nurove home portrait. we T. II.Ojiborne. White. ,r Thin
<*. IIOLLINGSWORTH and other fruit trees, lthilo Fin.. !See ad on 8. Mr. and Mrs. R. C liampler .
of Hampton page
to town
118 So. Walnut St. Farming e equipment, & head good' Mrs W. A Alvarez of Jacksonville spent the weekend at High I 4"' 'j .: IH A Real
breed elwtrli-lty stock rattle Will Ruth well houseshave reasonable. I was the guest of her sister, Springs with Mr. Dampler1 parents i t ttargainBaby
.TRESSES* 'urnlturs of all upholstered kind r.and noo J. 11. Adkln, Hampton, I Mrs. C. L. :'>foltt, this week. Mr and Mrs P. A. Dampier r
''Oloh.d' Drop us a card. Fla. 4ip 9-20 Friends of Mrs. Moltt will be Little Billy returned home with w h"--

TI.SijS Palatka MATTRESS Fla. CO., E'ox t* FOll SALK-10 amland. 14r: mllM happy to know that she H. much his parents, after spending last
north of Lawtt-y <.n IliBhway 13 I Improved Mrs. Moltt also had week with his grandparents.

Mu.VE; .I writ all lines; fire, AI.SO 1SOO mostly feet 3xI good t 'and frame, 2x13.pinelumber Nerur ai guests on Sunday Mrs R. J. I Parker Dampier of Jacksonville I BED ROOM SUITSi
'>llf liability, and life. write Willie V'arno.'k'lit. 1Lawtey Matzatt and daughters. Suzann visited his brother and family the
.. I
; r your Insurant-* -d 2" .S Blonde Maple
and Mrs. R. C. Damplers. Sunday evening
and Monteen. and Mr.
East _
WnlnwrlKht. 111
Jr ,
..._ _. _
Van H. Carden returned '
tt Mrs. "
Phone 154. refinish' all of Jacksonville. I
,ITHOLSTRV a n d | Alvarez I
Full work see. u.. W> i all for anddeliver Beginning S-pt. 5. the Hoover Sunday after spending several i ; $224.14;
1.EMieetonary strawberry Mi-ford Furniture ill Nov- I' last week In St. Augustinewith High i Chairs I
",.: "j the bed. C. C. Wynn, city tlh"". ..'a ml north "; stark"FOR Bro. Studio will" he open for days Mirror Solid Maple
Bl x ,106, Starke Fla. or Road 13. Up2! huln. ..s. from ft a. m. to A p. friends and relatives.
.rk" r farm E-rookelde 1H miles Farm.east of on house Itmonth I every day >oept Sun..Y.I m'l Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shea and 2.95 and up Thin Is Strictly A Pre-War Suite!
9-1J nEST 3-r+ Mrs. Anna Lapp of St. Louis
4tp or lIofu'nl.h..1. I Francis Yerkes of Jacksonvillewas
HI. I. box 306 n..r. weekend guest of Ms I Mo., are the house guests of Mr. ----..- u.
rK11:. U\: WANTED Reliable[ J. It Jordan 1fp20 I, the : 3-I'IKCK' SMCIITLY) ; USEDDying
HawlelBb business In"II Newsome- lIalry. I I brother, the Rev. Fred G. Yerkes and Mrs. H. W, Lappe. 1'I'I ,
d 1 County Easy to sell 115 the St. Marks Rectory Mr. and Mrs. Den RoUnd and We large
u"'M"hld" families products We oM teach 20 years you FOR..a.tI S.\LE-2 Stark". Fin.ilnearRNew'omr good., I I at Mrs. D. Moore visited her slater daughter, Kay, and Mrs. J. J. election of Room Suit 59 rll
upply sales, adverllslnr'lefts 304. up ,, M..... Thomas M. Brown in Jones spent Sunday and Labor I .-.JtJ
:.[':i D.an'. e.yoa.e:: ,::.sales Nearby I I.n of hairy__ !I Hampton over the weekend. I I Day at Cedar Keys visiting Scarce Items :
*" i-kly. Rawlelah's Dept. FOR HAI.E-6-room hove with on* ; The Freeman Registers have a* friends and relative
\ -- 8-23 Itl on Sew Blandin h""'"'*" their guests I 3-Way Lamps -
Nee Dorothy Miss Evelyn Stump spent lAbor
irl.-ltr running water 1200". I and AIce! Holton of Tampa. .
'.U/ ."'*. Nick at I I Silk Shade Bronze Bane A Iteautlful !
Alexander week while Alice will W. H Thomson and family at tamp
rr poleIn of the
>Rl Call street Starke. WASTED TO BCY-C'pr. 3 end Ice Boxes, e t c.I .
$.33 if c.rl"od lots sires I 3-6 to ft.long. I remain here and will attend Bradford Montlcello. .
1.4 In. diameter at top by U I' School. Miss Helen Roland enjoyed lI
pole uu
REST High -
hh d 3-room apartment.. Quote price per al your A 7 ArtJtlrwItfl Labor Day at St. Augustine.Miss We
Gas heat K a on'nqulre loaded on freight cars Judge and Mr Welcome You To Look
Coca-Cola Plant. station. E.r Noble. Inr. 1t.33 !I Tuesday for a v catl: "ti In the!I Lillian Stump was the Hot Plates
tt h ureL. L. :,
Queens Plvd.. Elm 11. of North rarollns : guest of Miss Helen Lamb in Daytona ,
.tF.ST.two hou.... |H miles| S. Y. S Y. :[They mountain were accompanied by their, I over th* weekend. I 3.85 Over Our Stock Any Time

,( n An on new Blandlnor Mah- LF.--3.room hour .with 10 .ldkin,, who will sJfI'nd''I Mrs I. P. Shepherd was visitIng .
,- furnished, one unfur- FOR onBrook.r ion Andy
'K. About to mite off hlsrh- ....r "I roa-J tand /I fstWod". ; IU.j I' a brief vacation with U>"te there, her brother, W. C. Jones, whcis J:

e:tls Route I, Box JI9. Mrs. A.lips'tl N. L Or..n Cure I-Iprln.. been. or phoneChevrolet ('..,.. I between semesters at tile University 1I -! confined to 8tVincents Hospital :1 I IT'S A FACT TOU CAN' DO BETTER AT
t3ar5er Itp'' of Florida. In Jacksonville due to Illness -
.E-at half Prlce Baby I C Durden and Thursday of last week and'
rl Mrs.
.;".Ii..;e.T.like Tidbatl new.*H with West hood Call FOR SALE 15..51. .1.....trl'..n. hot.U. I Mr.Mr.and Mrs C C. Hoppe and Wednesday.Miss 'I John H. Denmark Furniture Co.
R.uke. heater-.f.
Itn w"tter Stark' liP on Jimmy and Mrs. J. W Kln-'I Delia Rosenberg left Tues-
t'F.I, ,LTO RENT-House or large, W Call cald of Tampa were guests from dsy for Plant City where she In

,' wnvenlenee.' ,nt. 'furnished,. In with or niod.near WASTP.D--Whlt. 'girt rqtr ,f..to..' hay......k.with. Friday through Monday of the O. spending the remainder of th: PHONE 151 STARKE. FLA

'."k'.'II. Permanent couple, with me. for I )t.three MID' h..\1 10t: W )I.Up" L. BeaaJeya.I week. -

t U. Stalk. pare Yustot Up (son Utarke' !I I I ItY




PAGE SIX .. .._SIPTt.'Ota._ ,,
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-------- I . . S I was the guest of her parents Mr. *
a r>
. e Mrs E. A. Sapp. C. E. Andrews I adeSinday. City
I Forms for Unused Furlough Claims AvailableFor I 1M. P. Wiggins and R. R. An- BrookerBy and Mrs. L. A. Brown. Saturday tIV.S here and are 'III
River In
New afternoon.Jlr I Mr Br.lo.f
Veterans at Post Office In Starke and Mr8
Mr. and Mr*. H. C. Rouse and Mrs. T. W. Markey :: bud AIM.! ,Dill Ncwsome of' and Sirs I Ehytrd!:
School '
claim blank state that "In case Ity The children or Tampa are spending a "tar'ic' were visiting friends, Thurmall Jon"
Veterans' long-awaited forms I . . anjir 'fuge; .
for unused furlough claims were any former member of the armed . e . few days here with relatives and I <:.' fives h -. .u.ic'\v alterno.n. II :'oIr,. le. were \d1tlnl!
received by the Post Office Mon' forces dies after separation (discharge The Rev. Truby Parrish of Santa friends MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER I V-. And Mr' R. K. D'tkei Rufus Greeh In
day and may be obtained at the ) and before he has made Fe filled his regular appoint Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Wigginshad Mrs J. t:. Dougiai.( Mrs. Kar.rren .; > o i.i><-3 were Sii'YV guests of I I

"defense window" at any time claim for unused leave, settle. ment at the Baptist Church here dinner In Brooker Sunday ; Ml'e Iva Ma Lewis ..id a ,.1 Mrs. W. <:. Rimes.Rising. M'.I I Fobert: "''''I'man
during regular pout office hours. ment for any amount due wilt be Sunday. During the day he, Mrs. with the Colson farf.ilv reunion. Mrs. T W. :Markey! wero hOJ:-. !spent the )' Jack

As authorized by the Armed made In cash to a survivor or Parrlsh and their children were Mr. a>.d l Mrs Carl Thomas and eases Thurs'V-y aftervK.i .,fn\ -\ . a mother. Mr.weekend, den

Forces Leave Act: of 1946, the ex- survivors entitled thereto under I dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. children and Mrs. Minrio Gibson reek at a delightful miscellaneous i :. dWard : Mag" N
:Mro. Mal Jy .urrnan
G.I. may request compensationfor the Act." R. R. Andrews.Mr. i ittcn'led Church In Brooker Sun- shower snoring: Icrt. Were ,''Inn k
The veteran's discharge certificate Molt Wilki-on, a nr' of UsJulv + In JIICklOi1YI.
not received duringa
furloughs and Mrs. Johnnie Yar- day night. huness/
period of service. He la. entitledto must be attached to the brough and daughter Juanlta of I IRaiford. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Thomas and By MKS. EDDIE NORMANMr. Wednesday ,,il
a minimum of 30 days a year. claim form when mailed. The I spent Saturday afternoon Mr. Thomas viiother, Mrs. Della The party as held at the Community ; . . . /

Settlement Is made according to original, a photostatic copy, or a with Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Moody.Mr. Thomas,, of Ft. Myern. spent Sun- Center and tht room was
base pay plus longevity the applicant certified true copy will be accept I and Mrs. E. A. Sapp and day and Monday hero with Mi.and beautifully Sicorated with cut and Mrs. Emery Lewis are 1 i
in of at time able. flowers. Mrs. Guy Har- rehiring" relatives In Rant City t/ r +
was receipt attended services at the )',1/ rs. R. P.. Andrew and Mr. summer ? a t
of discharge plus a subsistence County Clerk A. J. Thomas said I[children in Starke Sunday and Mrs. Arthur Dekle In Lake rell won both prizes In two games this week.
that each Bradford veteran had Christian Church Mrs W. M. Norman was the
allowance of TOe a day. Enlisted I Butler. played and delicious refreshment
personnel of the first three gradesare been given a photostatic copy of I morning and were afternoon.visiting in Mr. und Mrs. E U. Kelly and I of sandwiches cookies, and cold guest of her son and daughter-

granted an additional allow- his certificate upon recording his j I Jacksonville Sunday children wer !In Laka City Thursday drinks were nerved by the host.asses. In ?aw in Kissimmee last week.
ance of $1.25:; a'day If they had dlschargo at the Courthouse and Lester Mickel of Morrlston was of last v.;ec.! Mr. and :Mra. Woodrow Thomas tr
one or more rependents at tines, of that this copy, could be mailed the guest of Mr. andMr M. L.
Mrs J. O Mcrelind: and daughter Approximately 40 ladles were
discharge. with.the claim. A nominal charge I Johns and family Thursday of last '. "I used IP Weigh
Jacksonville. pent
Joan of present and Mrs Wilkinson received .
will be check when will be required for an additional week.
Payment by aAns.
of last week "
Thursday and Friday lovely gifts. 170
the amount Is less than $50.:> photostat, If desired. It was Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews attended here with Mr and Mrs. G. W.Vndrewi. many lb..!
Otherwise compensation will be stated that applications for another revival meetings at Brooker D.M. ffawUrtv, Lairs
Church .. Mr. end Mrs. Seeber Edwards or Now lhe'II'"*119 IU..s torn' d
by United States bond to the copy should be made on Baptist Sunday night.
Mrs. Ada Kelly and son Sammie : Tampa were visiting friends and 61 Ib4. thank to delicmu" *A YDS .,
highest multiple of $25:>. and the Tuesday or Friday. Mrs. M. L. Johns and children 'Vitamin Candy Reducing PI....
remainder check. Maximum Former servicemen examiningthe were dinner guests of Mr. and of Ralf t'd. were visiting relatives! here last week. M... Hawkins ((119 lb....t right) Expert
by and Mrs. Jay Moo-ly and family also| lost 11 in.in...,.t. 10 In.in Bicyd
compensation Is for 120 days' unused claim blanks on Monday gen- Mrs L. L. Renfroe in Starke recently Mr. and Mrs. Royce Galney and hipl and 8 in. in buit. Your cx.per'tnw. .
belief that they .vlon-Jny. of Jacksonville nsr'w mar not be Uwam RepairWhether
leave. The bonds will ma- erally expressed children spent thaa .
Mr. and Mitt C. P. Cowen andMt"s. burl eaurr reducing
ture in five years.Instructions are not unduly complicated and Mrs. Joe Moody and children, Monday here with his parent plan.Very lire Bos Mutt Show
accompanying the furnish adequate Instructions for Margie and Felton and Mrs. Cowen's father. M. L. Johns, Mr. and Mrs L. R. aalne... KemiltB or Money Buck.In If. major ,
were business vUi'.ors to Ualno.ilo clinical. teta.conducted. tlon or the mere -
In by fl-
Fernnle Moody spent Sunday
Mrs. J. K. left Monday
Douglas -
.-. Monday.Mr. medical doctor more than a bolt you can hraur
Jacksonville 'or Ft. Knox to visit 100 _""n. lot 14 to IS
and Mrs. Roan Turner and ..... bicycle will
ALL STATE Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner and pound. .. In a fairwaka rwhepr!
fon, Wilbur, sp.r' Labor Day son Wilbur and grandsons Ron- Plan.NoextrciM. .
who is stationed there with Ito Candy Reducing

LOGGINGTRUCK nie and Donnie Kite, spent Thurs- Mr.Springs.and Mr R. F. Harvey and Army. Nod...... No laxative.You don't i BIGGS & BA
day afternoon of last week In meal. ,...rcl_ ,
cut out Dr.V.. H. Clemoiis of M'trularen
Hampton with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. children of Rviiuiu spent Sunday butter you suet cut them own. Sample when. I
afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. D. C. laf.1 week h'M vlgltliigi- you enoy) dcliciou AYUS Vitamin Candy. BICYCLE STOR12S
Wynn and other relatives. directed. Absolutely 'harmless. 3O days*tunplyoutntiou
TIRES NettleS. ::1'\1'11: and friends and attending .
AYUb$2 25. NOW,phone or call at
G. W. Andrew Sunday
at New Hope Church.spent Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown the annual meeting of New Hope Koch Drug Store, Phone 85. Tear W. Call st suet
Primative Baptist Church.! out this ad a reminder.
Mrs. Luclan Thomas and small attended the funeral! services conducted aa

I non, Newn, of Ft. Myers, were for Mrs. Brown's uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Guilman off
supper guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. .1 U. Parrlah, in Ocala: Friday If rtlC'k onvlllf aop'-! ', the weekeilMr.

Denier R. Andrews Thursday nightof last week., Mr*. ('!. P &'.:wen sup.lI't.j Sirs and 1'1T.. W. Markey. IN THE SOUTHEAST

.220ft(rang. tli of r.Rayon f.l-.r rayun cord tlr.Doubt cord. last week. as Mrs Brawn's 3ubstltllttecher Mr. ,,'d Mrs. L 0 Ha.en anl More people drink Atlantic Ale and Deer than otba I
44% .or. triad depth than Na.nUon.1 Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Johns of In the *ch! .ol that day.Theressa :Miand! Mrs. 'A. /.IcKlnney: ,,1"larce any
truck IIr. Gainesville after- were vlsltlr.g Mr. anJ: Mrs It must be...
pent Sunday . . /
Corrs.pendindg tonctr wsring.Air noon with Mr. and Mrs. C. P. e e e U E. Hazen tau?day/ afta.Toon.
fooled, houltUr deilm lower Cowen. Mr. red MM. t. S. Cols-M loft
running temperature of tread and
In....... .1I..r. Mrs. Bessie Sapp of Raiford and MonJay for tnl home In El

B..d. forked. In by high ply cord Mr. and Mrs Math Sapp of Lake I ratio, Texas, aft" spendir( two
torn tfHigh. Sly Eva Mao Trlent weeks acre with
up. Butler attended church services . . . relatives.
.... profile trend dnlan forlong. hero Sunday and were guests of Mr. and Mr l-'arvey Baxter
wear. 4 Mr and Mrs. G. W. Andrews.Mr. and children of J6r 'sonvlllA spent
Mt. and Mrs. Charlie!: Ou l I'y and
Spinal. compounding for loochoiltrtBil. 4 and Mrs. J. C. and ti-i- Weekend h.'r' with Mnnd '
Wynn sons left last \\-lesday tor their _'i..h
Declined for .porl.II..d logging.. ? ., Alvin Wynn of Hampton spent hone In Perrim after spimling MT. Wade Harrel.: I j I4 ;
..r.I... Sunday afternoon with Mr. and their vacation on Bedford Lake E. J. Lewis made, a busiresin

Can he bo at tit 10% down, smallmonthly Mrs. Roan J. Turner. in ihelr summerump.. to Ctark? T'l it'av
'. Z 1d1 Pi ICr
payment M. and Mrs. Fldo.1
Those visiting and shopping in Mrs. H. E. &!or.rprI''J] B. C.1.'pill Bnxtcr of sAlSd
Gainesville Mr. and Gainesville were hTeinday afternoon I! _
Friday were Mrs. Lof-'e McG'lvery and
re'tlves.Johnatha'n EEA t tA.Ldr
:!rs. E. K. PA- ell returned to visltlrg xe
7.50-20, 12Ply.7319 Plus Tax filling In the desired data. their home In Miami Th.rsday't T>ulfll of Stcln- -- ---.
The applicant is required to hauhia Is here visiting Mn. Flor-
last week frllowlrg a visit
swear out affidavit VarnaUae for t1.p.p-an.wM r Aura r'awrw.ru,.+.v x.w ai..
an testifyingto tr.ce ; few
8.25-20 12Ply79.07 Plus Tax a days.
h'le with! Mr. and Mra. K .SSiolcy. .
the truth of his claim. Mrs. Sanford Ritch of Starke

JAt'KSONVIIJ.K:, FIAHllt Additional information regardIng Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Wl'Hamson -
claims may be obtained from
and little daughter L'.aJ.i! ant I
Albert Lee Crosby County Ser-
Junior Hersey spent the 'N'ekl'n.1 -
vice Officer, at the Courthouse. a
In JaclusonvWe.:
I i ?
Mr. and Mrj Bill Bell) -and
"OTHER things t buyhavogone
Cleve and anr L. la May Murphy

o I" Miami: and Mr. and Mrs. A. II

KMMJMi.: md Mrs. Jo, Kclscy.iJr. sky-high. but
L. : end Mrs. Flank Kef.e! ;. :ana: .

I.. w Al tnet Niwev.. Sunday gucsta of.
0T9c1 :M Rnd Mrs. ,i. E. Trle.i. Greyhound''fares
: : % Clyn and d.lvla M.
of Ocala pert last week here

with their grandparents, Mr. and are still thoSAME'

Mr A. I.. Sullvan.Tlumaa .

am; Ervia l'rll"stI.r.! r
I 1.11.1,1-/011' vlslto i to Starke SiiturV.

\V. O. Neal returned home Mon

day after spending the weekend /
with relatives In De Funlak /1'-'

Fprmgs.Mrs. Hilda Griffith and children I

of Miami are guest of her t 1
: parents[ Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sul-
Ivan for a few days;

vVlllln and Walter Swindell of .
Green Cove Springs were visiting 1

relatives and friend hers Satur /5

S.r.. "70" Club Sfdmn.OM day.Mr..
and Mrs.
Hydra-Mati. Drir Murray: Caatlet -
option*!mt otrm co.f. berry t of Miami urn gv.i9.N of Mr.

and Mrs. J. 2. Cochran and fam- r

A Word of Larry Swindell was viiitlnjr: Mr.
Appreciation and Mrs. Sidney Grlffi. In Lake|
Jeneva Labor Day wekcnd. Greyhound fares

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Elland of

Hampton attendei church services .
and a Suggestion too last week.here Wedneslay night of are as low as

I Mr. and Mrs. L 0. Sibljy ref In Pre-War Dayslill's !
Deland are guests of their
We know how anxious you are to get your new The war has taught u. all the Importance of :. S. Sibley this week. SO'I \,

Oldsmobile. And there's nothing we'd like better careful upkeep and regular service. While Ernest Triest anl Irene:! Ccch-

to do, right now than to say to every Oldamo- you're waiting for your new Oldsmobile there rant. were vlaIUnIr.! :: and Mrs.

bile buyer: "Your car is here. Come get it I" fore be sure to take advantage of our factory- Martenson In Jacksonville Tues-

authorized Oldsmobile service program. We day. TR U E That upward spiral of price rise hasn't so much as budged
But frankly, it just isn't possible to do that. are offering every kindlubrication of'modern automotive .f. C. Coohrane spent Sunday

There still aren't enough new Oldsmobile to service--from to major overhauls. here Mi.with his family. Greyhound fares. They have remained normal Just as low as before-the- |
go around. Due to shortages in materials and Mrs. 1\(. J. Elland of

and unavoidable limitations on production, the Regular servicing of your car willof safeguard Hampton ware guests of Mr. and days. This is more remarkable too since costs and maintenance of operati"i
your Investment and assure y safe, dependable Mrs. S. E. Trlest nod family Sunday ,
output of new can still is behind schedule.
transportation until that great daywhen and Monday afterroon
And our allotments are far below the figures\ your new Oldsmobile is here I Mary Joyce Powell and Betty lines have risen sharply all along the line. i

that we originally anticipated.We E.-anaon ret lrned tc their home In d
Miami Friday of last week foi- How does Greyhound do it? Well it's no trade secret. The backboi

want to assure you however that everything I l.'tv'rg a visit here with friends .
possible is being done both here and at \ and relatlvfj. Greyhound Lines formula for success is more and better service to more pEOPkExpansion

the factory to get your car in your bands E. S.: Sibley and daughter Ruth

promptly. And we'd like to take this occasionto and Grace Dicklnsr. were shop- and augmented service. efficient operation and t the introduction |

thank you sincerely for the patient and l-.iR. In Starke Friday afternoon.
t F. Geiger was vUitm In of newest equipment have all combined hold the line bus fares.
considerate way in which you have borne with 0 0 Starhe to on .
us during this period of waiting. 0p Saturday afttrno.>n. bui''rll1f
Your travel dollar really buys more today than ever before I in

Meanwhile we have an important suggestion:

Don't neglect the cut you cfn'vs today. GET THE transportation.



YOUR DEALER LACY CONWAY Agent Temple Ave. rhone

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loodneas have any commands re- Sees New Interest Pastor's AnniversaryHomecoming ANNOUNCEMENTS: AND NEWS ON THIS PAGE. HOWEVER TO INSURE Expected Soon

' may hate people ford With Arrival of Fall [ INSERTION ON TillS PAGE COPY MUST RE IN OUR OFFICE NOT LATER At The TabernacleShowers t
n day and
in the
"Great tion of the Rev. L. D. Haines second -
toodness. Living In
heart falls a Great Time-
own of blessings have
MS observed-
year as pastor were
who will be Dr.
The men Frank Bryson's
sermon at the First Baptist Church Sun through the services the f
rrest Jesus looked Intod theme at the Presbyterian day beginning with a Fellowship! past week at the Tabernacle. The

fell back. When they Church next Sunday morning at Breakfast sponsored by the Men's message Friday night on "Love",

dying, down In the 11 o'clock. Bible Class at the Solace Grill at was a new thought on an old and

their sinful hearts they: How should Christian people 8:15.: | much abused subject, and was

respected Him. Weto live ? What should their attitude i Following the church'services eagerly absorbed by a good sizedcongregation
for money, cry regular .
beg be toward the communities
where at 11 a. m. a covered
isd plead for sympathy respect. they livetheir nation-and theworld dish luncheon was nerved' In theWoman' Saturday night was still another

can command ? la America high-water murk in the YouthMeclinge
most of us whoes a pagan or a Club building by a com-
e with Is we are Christian country? Is the churcha mittee of ladies to around 150 Many more adults

Christians to live I vital factor In America? Are members of the congregation.Short were observe In the congregation
hrlstlan 111>10. The young people had
We Bome- our great leaders ignoring or talks were made by the
, to live. fine .
ght n program.Sunday
/ selfishness listening to the voice of the head of various departments of
ch against the church morning At the com
I work and the
show we are selfish. church ? Is it significant that a
we about good- number "poke, outlining some of his plans ; I munion service visitors from At-
large of
talk our Congress. li I
pies 1IlItl1Ir and 111'01.Vllllam
for the future of the chinch.
-HHV we are not good. men meet every week to pray? -tv Bnllcy, were present 'and added

Oh, how I love Jesus"" I Come and hoar the application of I Methodist Youth n fine testimony to the meetingThu ,

prove to those around the gospel to Christian living In Itlble School' at 3 P. M, Sunday

cd i> not love Him. Wee I this great time. Music by the Will Conduct Both I" growing in numbers and

chorus "I surrender I young ladles choir under the direction Services SundayThe Interest At night the message
people see us hold back of Mrs. Lansing. was on "FlNhers Of Men," and

we sing very loudly to i Now that the fall season is Youth Department of the I DAILY BIBLE PASSAGES was so rniillstlc that no one could

here you want me near renewed Interest Is to be Methodist Church will have go aWRY In doubt aa to his duty
0 rd' and "say what youto I expected in all church activities. charge of both services Sunday I.* a Christian.
say" but we neither The Sunday School !Is thriving In the absence of the Pianist
Sept 8, at 11 a. moo and 8 p. m.. w DAY TOOK CHAfTI
v. It Is so much easier under the supervision of Mrs. as announced by the president ". Sun. G.I.fi.et I, 2 who In on vacation, a harmonicaduet

talk It than It Is for use Young. Rally day Is near, and Miss tVariuta: H'Jtto, and Miss p Mon, Gal.ti.ns 3,4 was rendered by till! Parker

it. Some people say. that marks, always in the Presbyterian Madqe Whigham and Miss Carol is and hla son with piano accom
r"a"mss ssw Tuss. G.I.ti.ns 5. IIEph..i.
then live my religion Church, the beginning of White, counselors.Miss e., MsMtr w paniment. There wan also a solo>>
alk It". but these folks I an all-out effort to bring the by one of the young people.
p to realize that If theyy Sunday School to Its highest Virginia Sewell, who ha i Thurs. .". 3.4Eph.il. The coming of Pr. John McNetll

have to talk It be- membership and the formulationof been' with Caravon group In Fri, .". 5, IIPhilippi. of Washington, D. C., Is eagerly

are witnesses for the ambitious plans for the educational -' Pennsylvania and New Jersey S.i. ; .". ,1.2 anticipated.

s Christ, and no man is department of the church during the summer months, will Miss rhylllH Martin has returned
I' return this week and will give
,Christian life in a New The pastor is suggesting a goal: to her studio at St. Paul

sense who Is not con- "Double the membership of the her testimony and experiences Does religion work in American business? Bible School St. Paul, Minn., and
Lord I will be heard from those who
th his mouth the Sunday School by Kaster". I I II will be greatly mUweil.
I have attended the assemblies and
us a
irist. God gave The entire congregation last
to see I camps: Misses Oleeta and Ruby Ol.l COPIKS: <>I'' Blltf:
speak, eyes Sunday was felicitating Mrs. S.
I Green, Misses HIM red and Mazle 10 Nl IN 1'CllHnIn ': !
serve, feet to walk, 3. Brownlee upon the attainmentof I Johnson, Miss Onilina Baicelo "One of the most amazing things about courts that "A man's word should be at
think, hearts to love. her 86th birthday anniversary. I t'vn different awns of the intcr'cr >
businessmen is that little his bond
to God. Miss Peggy Dale, and Billy Smith your they pay.so good as
have belongs Brownlee is the oldest
e Mrs. member of Ecuador a nilnslonaryinently
Misses Nina Bishop( and Freddie Attention to credit losses said a friend
I use all we have underof of the church and the only A suggestion, to businestmen: if I younewly found tablet probably

the Holy Spirit in charter member now living./ She Wimberly Lord Is Like will A sing Garden"a duet, "Thy I arrived in North America on a buyingtrip have been too, busy to attend regularly I I the left by Isaac Wheelwright, the

y that those with whomin saw the present church building from a South American country. firht represur.tatlvu of the Amerl-
will-observe At the evening service the Church of your choice, why not take "timeout" ,
contact erected In 1883 and through the Elblu Society In the Pacific
Jesus and Junior Choir will bring special W. explained that most businessmen this coming Sunday and spend an cui
ave been with rears she has been a loyal mem- Coast! statu4. of South America,
music and. the sound motion picture have back of them of ..ssoci.hour with Men't Bible Class and then
are really what we say ber. May she be spared many will years weekly a who visited there In 14.17.: The

more years to continue her service be shown, "Faith with Triumphant"Steve Weldon In tion with Church and Sunday School. From another hour at the regular Church Services. bCK-ks bore the 183't! Imprint of

for God and the church. the machine childhood they have known freedom of worship And ask the family to Join you. You'll all t'to American, Bible Society. These
of projection
S. I The Ladies Auxiliary meets This film contains a beautiful illustration freedom of speech and freedom of profit from your association with those who Bib'.'" were cherished lit the homesof

next Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: of the faith of St. Paul assembly. They have taken it as a matter of believe the sentence below. the two Amlllen. who had them.
W T E.Y o'clock at the church. This is the and others.

I first fall meeting of that efficient The Youth Fellowship meets at SPONSORSOf

By t The S School. . organization Mrs. K G.under Duncan.the leadershipof They are! I 6:45: Sunday afternoon and an ex- "The American Church and Sunday School' ore the The Church Page

been .
cellent hail arranged. -
H. Harley spent several more and more assuming heavier program greatest centers of good In all the world"' ,. .

week visiting her son- burdens for the welfare and pros- The public Is invited to come .,.,. Tip Top Super Market

and daughter, Mr. andon perity of the local organization. and encourage the young people Alvarez Store
When were ;you last at churchservice Camera
B Blockef'at Jack- needs by your presence at these special -- --- --- -- --- --- -- -- -- --- -- --- -- ---- ------ ----- -- Hollywood
each. ? Remember religion services. & f.'ift: Shop

McLeod of Lake City you in this neglect critical the hour.church Christian at- The Garfield Evans Sub-District CHURCH DIRECTORYFIRST I II. C. Wall Agency

people meeting will be held In the recre- Carpenter'MCoraCola
ulay and Monday here If --- - -
of their country. you -
the peril Methodist Church ---- --
ation hall of the -- Itottlinff Co.Leila's .
family. love America, attend the worshipof Monday night, Sept. 9. at 8 o' PRESBYTERIAN ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL: WATEROAK BAPTIST!
I Mrs H. C. Kelly and church In Starke each
some I clock. AH young people are Invited STARKKKev. Church St. at Jackson Rev. Q. E. C'uUhaw: Pastor
id and Wendell, attended I Koch Drug)
Sunday. I to attend this group meet- Frank J. Bryaoa. Supply Chutcti t'lc'hoolvu, -.10 A. M. Service every l.t and 3rd Sundays Goods
in reunion at Brooker Tyus Pry
ing. Pastor Morn. Prayer & Sermon 11 A. M. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.Sunday Furniture Co.
ay. Prayer and praise service will Sunday School ___u_ 9:45 A. M. Communion ht Sunday) DrlffK* "
(Holy 1C 1
let Peele. District Sup- First Christian be held Wednesday evening at 8 Morning Worship ______ 11 A. M. Litany & Intercemfon\ School every Sunday Kobliin

it of the Gainesville Dis- o'clock. Please bring your Bible Ladle .Auxiliary: And 4th Tumi. Friday .-_. 7: 30 P. M. a. m. Hart Furniture Co.

hodi.st Church preached Church and enjoy the fellowship.CI''IETJln Holy l>ayH, 10 A. M.. Holy Com Everyone WelcomeLawtey Florida Hunk at Ktarke
wtey Methodist Church KINGSLEY LAKE MISSIONARY munion. Mike Maruca

day night and held the :; UO1.C1NO BAPTIST CHURCH Church open dally for prayer and
terly conference Immedl- There will be a mei.o-y I Ilev. W. O. Shows Pastor rent. .

owing the service.v. I ATTEND Irg at Elzey Chapel near Lake 13. Fannie SHrox Sun. School Supt Service Center open dally for rec St. Mark'sEpiscopal

and Mrs. Woodrow But.er on Friday September I Louts WalnwrlKht.. IITU Ulr. reation.LAWTKY. Baptist Church Church
Starke visited Mr. and Sunday School All interested persons Service Every Sunday

J. Terry Sunday after- !.' ce preseri and a88.&. with the Sunday School _______ 10 A. M.P.blnC .. : BAPTIST CHURCH -
ril-iU'lltatlon! prog..nby O. P. __ M. Sunday School 10 A.1\I.
11 A.
10 A. M.
M. / u u Norris P..t..rI Church School -
A. Rev. J. L.
, 10 lltle. number ot the cleaning U.T.U. ______________ 8:45 p, M. Services 11 A. M. 8 1-. 1\1. I
Wall. Jr. A. S. Supt.
d I Mrs. Nelson B. Blocker I J. E. Morning Prayer and
coiricittce.! Preaching l':45 P-m School 10 A. M. Wednesday H p. m.
nvUla F" rh were week. Sunday -
Meeting SM-h Wed. 1:80. I Mid-Week I'rayer Service Sermon 11 A. M.
U of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Prayer Morning Worship 11 A. M. !

nd Mr. and Mrs. Louis BAPTIST CHURCH Young PN>plf!'* Meet 7 P. M. I I -
PINE LEVEL GOSPEL TtBEUNACLE. Evening Service II P. M. A Cordial Welcome Church open dally for prayer

STARKE Prayer" Service!, "'ed. 8 P. M. and rest Service" Center open
'orge Roberts family re- Kev. W. E. Hall Pastor Mr. ft Mm. J.T. Quigley Sponsors. Extended to All dally for ......"'a..on..

) their home here last Morning Worship ___ ___ 11 A. M. PINE LEVEL: : BAPTISTRev.

ter spending a month at Bible School ____u_____ S I". M. W. E. Hall Pastor

cottage on Kingsleyrd I Evening Service ______ 7:4.1: I'. M. Sunday School 10 A. M.

The "Little" Church That Is Doing"Big" EvangellNtlo Brotherhood! Morning Worship II A. M.

of Jacksonville wan Things Monday ___ ,______ 7SO P. M. Song Service .- 7 p, M.Evening GOSPEL TABERNACLEAttend
of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bible Study Tu..... ____ 7:45, I'. M.. Worship 8 P.

't Friday. Children'. Bible Hour Teacher Meeting, Bible Study M'I

Arthur McRae visited our COME HELP US BUILD A GREATER KINGDOM Wednesday ________- 3 P. M. Monday _- 8. P. .

"e day last week. FOR TilE LORDWELCOME Ladle Prayer Meeting :Mld-Wiwk Prayer MeetlnKWednmday
Lois Thursday ______._____ S I'. M. : g' M.
Mayes our sixth Service "Young People's Meeting"Every
Evangelistic J _
wher. Kenit -
was called to Friday ___ ______ 7:43: P. M. FIRST METHODIST.! STARKK
week because of the ,
7:45 P. M.
f Inspirational Youth Meet Walnut ft Jefferson St*. Saturday,
a relative. Mrs. O. W. TO Saturday __________ 7:45 P. M. Hev. W. J. Churchwell." Pantar

II t teaching during herd Communion every first Sunday Church School ...--... IO A. M. Good for Young and Old

monitor.BROOKKR :Morning Worship. ___ II A. M.
Mrs. Nathan Starling KINGSLEY LAKE Youth Fellowship 7 P. M.

fly were guests of Mr. BAPTIST CIIVRCII Evening: Worship __ P. M.
, G. B. Colvin of Leon ft Praise Service
Thursday and Friday. BAPTIST CHURCH Rev ('. A. Crosby Pastor Wednesday -___- 8 P'..M. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
>nd Mrs H. H. Heln of MISSIONARY Sunday School -__ ___ 10 A. M. Woman' Societyl
__ __ II A. M.
and their two daughters Morning Worship u Tuesday 3:30 P. M.HEILBRONN Starke Florida
__ 1:15 P. M. ,
Y York -- -
Mrs. --
visited ---
City Rev. G. W. Shows Pastor Preach In c .-r_ II **. M- BAITIST
'. last week. Fannie Sikox. Sunday School Supt Prayer Meeting! each Wed. 8 P. M.JKV Rev. O. Jo:. CuUhaw, Vaster Hev. Frank J. Hry'on. Supply Pator

E. Wall and son. Wayneto Service every 2nd and 4th Sun

. their home here last 10:00 A. M. : RIVER: MISSIONARY! day. ..11 a.m. and 8:13 p.m. Topic for Sunday 11:00: A. :M.
from Tampa. Wayne Sunday School 11:00 A. M. I BAPTIST CMCK-ril Sundry H<."..... every Sunday --

in a Tampa hospital for Preaching Service 6:13 P. M. Rev. Truby Parrlnh. Pantor 10 a. m.; II.T.U. 7OO: p. m. "Great'Living In A Great Time"A
operation, which was pro- Training Union Everyone Welwim! ,
Baptist I'if'rvlc.1'tII..t
I' M. I
WCr ssful. Era:
Service Vital Message for A Vital
Preaching and 3rd Sunday. II a. m.
'* BAPTIST 1:11 IUCIIBrook.r.
Richards o( Lake City InvitedIU1 DEDA.V
Public Cordially

>n guest week of her uncle J. E'I MeetingEach ,, C. A. ('r". ."Pla.Rev. y,. Pastor
J Dinkins has returned 'i (3 1-' mile southeast of Starke) Preaclilng -. 4 P. M. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
> after spending some Wednesday 7,30: P. M.11'e Rev. C.: <*. llarrl. Pastor Prayer Meeting each Thursday .
Washington D. C. 1 8:30 P.1.: Starke FloridaThe '
" Service' every! Sunday a* follow
MM! Joe Shuford were' ,
' Mr Shuford'a : special invitation to all readers .*: FIRST C'IIIUoITI.\N! Cllt'RCH Friendly Church Kev. \\'. .1. (liurilmell, Pastor

Sir parents. extend a enrolledIn Sunday School ______ __ 10 A. M. Christian A Call StreetBlule
John Shuford last not
of our community who are :Morningtor hlp ____ __ Jl A. M.B.T.t School 10 A. M.Preaching .
I of the ( hunch Will Have Charge 01
The Youth
at Department
tnza School to meet u* Sunday :. ______. 7' P. M(. 2nolIlh Sunday
Blanchard visited Sunday ----- _... II A.M.LSP.M.: ; l ..lli the 11 A. M. and 8 I' :\1.oIpn! .lees l Hunday A Thrilling
Mu. J, in NEW/j/ _____ 8 P. M. -
J. McLeod. each Sunday. Evening Worship Mid-Week Prayer ServiceWednewlay I Testimony thoM ,\U..n'lIncrn..l1.. .-.. and Caravan
*sr Sunday. I School ROO.US GIVE AIE" Prayer Service' each Tuesday, 8 ._ 8 P. M.

"'* Mrs A. L. Crosby of SUSIJA' SCHOOL P.I. Worn_'* Missionary ,Council SEE: ; "FAITH TRIUMPHANT": AT H I'. }I.

'"o Miss Madeline Crosby I QUITE SPACE FOR ALL CLASSES. 'r Cotta '' Prayer Meeting each, pt ,llirsprs U"0..aichuprs..t" A Orlpplng Motion IMrtnrn i>f I.....'..-Arrest- -and_.Imprisonment.tl.IISER ..._-...,..._

<" Wire in Lawtey last JOIN WITH US. ( ')Tt.UndaY 8 P. M. I ).' and 3 rd thur Jay .:. 8 P. ML\
ANI) -?-
Citing; Mr. and Mrs. COJIE .- --- --- ---- ---
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-- r Bank to Mrs. Williams' credit "'- :
Hookworm Clinics Former Navy Chaplain} Schedule AnnouncedFor ''Forest Service Offers and Theodore Cook, gave a pint Mrs. Idella Priest

Describes ExperiencesAt Physical ExamsOf 'I $1.25 Per Bushel and authorized transfer of one I Mr8 Idl'lJa 1 ''

W.C.T. HJ. Held Each SaturdayAt Club. First Graders For Ripe Pine Cones pint which he had previously glv- !' recently mOved, from Hem! .
Health UnitA Rotary I en and had never assigned to any Green Cov Sprutgt |, !!-
.IN 6& YE.IRS:: NPr A MINGLE Coulter Aug. 12 Ur
Schedules for the physicalcheckup II State Forester C. H. designated person. This response I and f inernid
HARVARD STCDKNT Al>- of children with The Ri-v Thaxton Springfield to Florida were held ? lilt :
number ,
large I of first grade students I this week appealed was indeed gratifying and the the f', ,'".
1HCTKU TO TOBACCO ,AM hookworm disease have been pastor of the Methodlat Church]I at BHS were announced yesterday, farmers and timberland owners Williams family wishes to express' the Baptist Church rote..)

UGAUKTTKH: HAS Clli: brought: to the Bradford County at Green Cove Springs, was guest the Bradford County Health for at least a thousand bushelsof appreciation to Mr. Alexander and was In Prevail <>? '
ATKI AT TilE HEAD OF Health Department for examina- speaker at the Rotary Club Wed- by I slash pine cones. The Florida Mr. Cook. I' Mrs. Priest was r>'vOiadford
OS CLASS!! Cigarette ..raokYal tion and treatment durinthe/ nesday describing some of Ms experiences Department. I Forest Service Nursery at Olus- County 11 nalilt
Williams is still in
Mrs. need and
tee plans Mrs
Is of about 8 more pints and those
and lungtawdry. rollment In the first grades ienh
-WfKCKIOK.. 'The In weight President of mtoiiklBMM. A. Y. Covlngton, health di- during the occupation of Japan. more than 100, it was found necessary lion seedlings next year. I interested can continue to receive I fan Emory of V.Jacksonville and I
-ector urges that parents who From his observations, the for "It Is Important that we obtain Information and instructions Fleet of Cues
p..t lInhool. .aYIi thatsigeeeltew I to set the check-ups I C
eau_ shattered nerMlinted -,'I have children with hookworm speaker stated that Immediatelyafter three days, and the following these seed-bearing cones this I through Mrs. \V. R Morse, HomeService
1 who have not'yet received treatment surrender the Japanese -I said, "In order to
.ss. growth, and phyand -, their schedule will be observed: year, Coulter I secretary, American Red
take these children were a people largely I meet the tremendous and growing Cross! phone 35.
.... mentaldetrrlorutloa.A Health Monday Sept. 9, 9:30: a. m. to
street railway.nperlnte.dent '1 family physician or the out food, without housing wlth-j demand for seedlings with whichto
Loins in Mrs.
8t. all students
11:30: a. m. HavingA
re'WII/Mt to hire department as soon .as possiblen out a body politic and Prevatt'a 'room will be examined. carry on the state's reforestation -! Mrs. Peek Resigns
fiends.A I j n that the infection may be ligion. Their religion was so Involved '' program greatly retarded
dprette Chicago Judge found re- cleared. Hookworm in Its manyaspects with their militarism that I Monday, Sept. 9, 12:30: p. m. during the ,war because man- Red Cross PositionMrs. Wedding Soon?

.. ty that SS of 35 arraigned may be a serious disease when their military system collapsed to 3 p. m. all girls In Mia Mld-I power was not available to gatherthe

brie, him were CONFIRMED id many children are handicapped their religion did also. For'I I dleton'a room will be examined.m.l I cones or to plant the seed-I J. L. Peek, office seretaryand
JBMOKER3. I| severely, especially In school this reason, he believes, the Japanese 1 I Tuesday, Sept. 10, 9:30: a. lings." stenographer at the Bradford .
Voting men and women who Parents may obtain containers people cannot be trusted to 11:30: a. m. all boys In Miss I II He said the cones should be County Red Cross Chapter since
adept the cigarette habit later for stool examination of theIr! until they have again been Indoctrinated I I Mlddleton's room will be examined. -: collected during the first three May 1942, has submitted her format Have the Pictures

bsnnse, addicted to other evil ch'ldrcn at Inn Health Department I with moral and religious : weeks of September this year. i' resignation effective September -
tashits.Tknuvarsls. I I from Monday through Friday each! principles. Thursday, Sept. 10, 12:30: p. Th Forest Service will pay $1.25 1. Made by
of girls In the week between the hour of 8:3: ( to 3 p. m. all pupils in Mrs. m'l per bushel if the cones are delivered -| Mrs. Peek was commended by

d.J' ..r Ik..t.m are nlven to a. m. and 4:30 p. m. Report of Cub Scout Pack erts' room will be examined. or shipped to the Florida i the Red Cross staff for her un- T. H. Osborne
.cca..cffl smoking/ and the ,examination will be sent! to the Monday, Sept. 16, 9:30: a. m. to I Forest Service Nursery at Olus-I selfish and untiring work, and

......-t part I... that the parent as soon as received Receives Charter ; 11:30: a. m. all pupils In Mrs. Rob tee. 17 miles east of Lake Cityon will receive an award from national WHITE nOt 4M

...........t number. .>f smokers In.st When children are found to inson's room will be examined.' the Jacksonville highway. The| headquarters for faithful OR CALL
Fall Roundup AT
found among the middle have hookworm and treatment I Is Plans These clinics, which will consist I state agency will pay $1.13 per, and meritorious service during the IIOOIEK

stave but among the very desired, it i 1M requested that theyI Stark*'* Cub Scout Pack received of a thorough physical examlna- bushel in lots of 50 bushels or' war years. She plans to make I II IIt's BROS. STrDlO
-.JI2IJ' and theery poor. I come to the Health Department Its charter at an enthul'll.tic <...- tlon. are being held under I more If a truck Is sent to collect her home near Atlanta with her
All other cities nttein. to lie 'or this service any Saturday; ?a, sponsorship of the Parent-Teacher the cones. son, Julian L. Peek.
..... I meeting' : held Frldav Aug. Association. At least one parent,
.1'17 affected. morning between 8:30: and 12! "Only the ripe, brown cones
In the Church Service Center. The '
_The Philadelphia ICecord. noon. presentation was made bv T. H. of every child to be examined' still on the trees are wanted,"I
should be present at the :
but added that
Coulter explained,
. O.sborne, district commissioner,
1 dlcated by the above schedule BO
also be obtained from
cones may
end the meeting was presided over that benefit may be received from I I
I trees as they are felled in logging Your
hv Cubmaster Sanford E. Rltrh. consultation'with the health of- PrivilegeTo
ForTheir operations during the first three
Leadership card were presentedto All Inoculations
i ficials. necessary I!1 of .
weeks September.Th
the Cubma"ter and his aas'st-! i will be given with the consent of Forester said In addi-
nnt. Cecil Douglas, bv Field Executive the I

T. A. Rowand, in. Mrs.parent.Junius M. Smith, president' ers tion, commercial to farmers, timberland collectors own-and Vote As You Please

Following the formal ceremony of the P.TA. Is calling on members -
Sake other persons or organizations
nature collection! made by the of the organization to assist
such as Future Farmers of Amer-
cubs' were displayed' and a par-'in the clinics. ica members, 4-H Club members,

fOnt,,' roundtable was held and I Boy Scouts, and vocational agri-

questions answered. Two new;! Starke Rotary Club culture students who are interested BUT

0 tw rubs were welcomed into the j Well RepresentedAt in serving the state and at the
'r rack, and Sonny Tenly and, Bryon same time making extra money
Newcomb pained their Bob Cat, Jax Beach EventThe could assist In gathering cones.

d tost Den Chlt'fs"I're appointed Coulter emphasized the necessity -
t by Scoutmaster, E. T. Shun II Starke Rotary Club at- of collecting only slash pine

; r .akY aA ? .r Cubs attending this meeting, tracted considerable attention by I cones. VOTE !
were Wayne Douglas, Sonny I having the largest delegation of I Persons desiring further Infor-
Tenly, Richard Kldd, Levy Can- any club In Northeast Florida in mation may write to the Florida
ova Jr., George Canovo, Billy Alvarez attendance at the Jacksonville'I Forest Service, Tallahassee, Fla.,
Gene Ritch, Johnny Kope- Beach's Rotary Day last Friday. or see the Nurseryman at the
aM'N lousos and Byron Newcomb. Those attending the event from Florida Forest Service Nursery at IN THECITY

Plans are being made for a Starke were: Joe C. Hoover, presi- Olustee.
iiI Fall Roundup of Den parents and I dent of the Starke Club, and Mrs.

new Cubs to be held during Sep Hoover, Judge and Mrs. E. K. Governor Accepts
tember. Perryman, Mr. and Mrs. JuniusM. ELECTION

Smith, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. I' Legion InvitationFor .

Matthews and T._ H. Osborne.
Board DisposesOf The Starke delegation arrivedIn September 28

I SI, r USO SurplusThe time for the luncheon at which
; Gov. Mlllard F. Caldwell nan
District Governor Albert J. Geiger
accepted an Invitation to attend TUESDAY SEPT.18
i .l1Aswwl+ vn F9'i.ln, u .wn School Board's auction sale was the principal speaker. Judge Bradford homecoming
1 at the USO on Aug. 23 saw the' and Mrs. Perryman were awarded County'a ,
celebration for World
l' disposal of all surplus property honors for being first to regis-
l I War veterans 28,
on Sept. according -
r I' with the exception of a few pil-I ter during the morning, and Mra
,. to word received here
i lows and army cots, accordingto Smith received a prize in the this week by local American

Superintendent Arthur R. Mc- bridge game enjoyed by the ladles Legion officials. Congressman The demands of my business have made it
Rae The sales totaled during the afternoon.
$208. Emory II. Price has also signified impossible for me to canvass for totes. If
Items not needed by the school, Members of the Jacksonville Intention of attending.E you know me and feel that I am qualified to
Beach Rotary Club Dr. J. A. Ru-
which .
Included In the
were *
I will!
be one of your five City Councilmen,
Hoard's purchase of the USO, pert, president were hosts at this
hospitable event. M. Daugherty. representing appreciate your vote and promise to do con
were offered to the highest bid-
the Jacksonville & Decorat-
der. Flag scientiously all things that will be beneficialto
Co. will
ing meet with Celebra-
McRae said the rugs and blan- Red Cross Official tion officials and business men a well governed city. But whether you

kets were auctioned without difficulty Visits Local ChapterPhilip here this afternoon (Friday) at :5 vote for me or not-PLEASE VOTE so that
Bids were received from o'clock in the Chamber of Com- the election next Tuesday will be a true expression -

the Woman's Club, the Orlando I Trued, American Red merce office for the purpose of of the will of the people.

VOTE IN FAVOR USO the Church Service Center I Cross Assistant Field Director at discussing plans for putting
at Green Cove Springs and Individual the Veterans Administration Of- Starke in festive array for Sept.

purchasers throughoutthe fice at Pass-a-Grille, visited the 28. Junius M. Smith
county. Bradford County Cahpter, American All business' men who are interested I
Continued City SupportOF Red Cross on Tuesday In In placing floats in the

Whisker Contest order to become better acquaintedwith big parade are naked to meet
the problems of the veteransof with Mr. Daugherty at this
THE I Still Whisking Along this county. time ;

Mr. Trued stated that this was s
II "Interest among contestants lal the first of his regular monthly Local racing fans are BO en-
Health DepartmentCity becoming more evident every I visits to the Chapter since he has thusiastic over the outlook for
day," Harley F. Strong, proprietorof I recently been assigned to cover Sept. 28 that they "Just can'twait" !
a local Jewelry store, said this Just Arrived
Bradford and 26 other counties In are going to start
week concerning the chin whisker
the north and western parts of "practicing" Saturday afternoonat
contest he Is .
sponsoring.The the state. In the future he will 2:30: o'clock on the unused

ElectionTuesdav.Seot.l0 contest quite obviously for personally handle all claims and grade of Highway 261 Just east of
men only, began August 19 and affairs of Bradford County vet- town.

will close September 28, at which erans who have given the American Frazier Show and Everett r !
time Mayor Charles Darby, SherIff Red Cross the privilege of McKinney, who will head up the r ;1
A. 0 Andreu and Col. D. E. ..
representing them with the Vet- committee on arrangement for :
.. Knight will select the contestantwho eran's Administration. the horne. race on the 28th, invite 1
In their opinion,' spouted the all homeowners to enter

finest goatee during the contest.Mr. Absentee VotingToday the practice races that wUl be
Strong will award a fine held each Saturday afternoon
wrist watch to the winner. The (Friday. Sept. 6) is the from now until the celebration: The Watch BandYou
(flit Is The Way This Issue Will AppearOn local jeweler stated that picturesof final date for casting an absentee Entries will run the quarter

all contestants will be made ballot in the City Election. Ballots mile, and all types, from cow Have Waited So Patiently For
:) soon. ( may be obtained at the office ponies up and down, are eligible
I of the City Clerk. to race. About 15 or 20 horses

will be out Saturday, Mr. Shaw

i Donating to Bradford Health Clinic: predicted.

Response We ,have just received a new

For ___ _______ Good
Clothingand To Plea For BloodIn

Against: __ __ __
response to the appeal for shipment of ladies and gents
blood donors for Mrs. T. S. Williams
ShoesFOR ( mother of Lt. Marlon Williams -

Put An X-Mark After "For"This now in Tokyo, which appeared -
In last week's issue of the FLEXIBLE BANDSDon't

Telegraph a total of five pintsof
blood was secured.

advertisement sponsored In the tn J. B. Alexander authorized

tens of our community by the following The Entire Family transfer held to his of account three pints at the of blood Blood

fide organizations: NOTICE Forget

The. Starke Chamber of CommerceThe Every day is bargain dayat I decided kind I wish friends to to withdraw announce In Starke to as that my a I candidate many have- Your Gift HeadquartersFor

Rotary Club of Starke the * i It I" for too the late City to hate Council.my While name Every Occasion In Jewelry

left off the
The Woman's Club of Starke : that no ballot further I consideration am requesting -

The Junior Woman's Club be It will given be my Impossible candidacy because F.
me to Strong
STAR Store serve If elected. Harley
American Legion Post No. 56 Thanking each and every one
an Interest
In 1911
The Parent-Teacher Association my success and welfare, I remain Camp handing Jeweler Since .
137 W. Call St. starke
j Respectfully yours.
Van H. Carden. J


)I; r.lGDT .. _. -. _____, '--. I
---- -
to Mrs. Williams' ;:,-.1'
Bank credit

e Hookworm Clinics I Former Navy Chaplain]I i Schedule AnnouncedFor Forest Service Offers and Theodore Cook, gave a pint Mrs. Idella Priest 1

1 Physical Exams $1.25 Per Bushel and authorized transfer of one I Mrs. .
Held Each SaturdayAt Describes *<*<-11 rj .1 -

W.C. Te( u..IN Club *Of First Graders For Ripe Pine ConesState pint which he had previously glv-I! recently moved IInrn Sam
Rotary Green
Health UnitA Cove \
and had never assigned to ,
CO YK.1RS: NOT .\ SINGLEUAKVAKU I I en any Spruig dlea
Forester C. H. Coulter. designated person. This responsewas I Aug 12, anti k ot.
Schedules for the physical ( ,
STUDENT AI>- number of children with The R.'V. Thaxton Springfield, tner1l'
large/; studentsat I this week appealed to Florida Indeed gratifying and the were held the f, Ith\
) of first '
1HCTKU TO TOBACCO; AM j i check-up grade ? '
been Church I Iat
'hookworm disease have of the the
pastor owners
timberland Baptist hl
and to
HAS OK \DV- BHS were announced yesterdayby farmers Williams family express Churchag, )
brought to the Bradford County Green Cove Springs, was gue tMpeaker thousand bushels was in J Intr.-
least Mr. Alexander prevatt
for at a to
Health and
appreciation r. .
A'11ft.'f THE II E A l> OFUS examina- the Bradford County e/t/ >...
Health Department for Club Wednesday I I :Mrs.
at the Rotary I of slash pine cones. The Florida Mr. Cook. Priest
( CLASH: (Yg rtte HiuokM Department. I was
treatment during the 2 11
tion of his '
describing come experiences Service Nursery at OluIII adford I"U"
** Yale.: are- rn ort<1 to be In view of theact that en- Forest Mrs' Williams Is still In need County
past' month ad an Army chaplainluting I seven million by a daughter 11
1MKEK1OK" : In weight and kingespaclty. rollment in the first grades Is tee plans to produce of about 8 more pints and those /MredJesa
Y. health di- of Japan. gan of
Dr. A. Covlngton. the occupation seedlings next year 1 I
TIM President of a more than 100, It was found necessary Interested can continue to receive *,A"fcmory
ector. urge that parents who From his observations the that we obtain V {>'Iest
tMlMa-.lMIhoul..aytt that I to art the check-ups for "It Is Important I Information and instructions of GI'ef1I

iCimUM. CMWW unaltered ner-i have children' with hookworm speaker atated that immediately three days and the following these seed-bearing cones this I through Mrs W. R Morse Home I

1/r+. .....ntNi growth, and |phy.l I 1 who have take not these yet children received to treatment the- after their surrender the Japanese <.I schedule will be observed: year." Coulter said, "in order to I I :Service secretary. American Red II
were a people largely with tremendous and growing I
.tool and mental deterLoriItlOU. to meet the Cross phone 35.
or the Health Monday. Sept. 9, 9:30: a. m. 1
A Kt. LotiU. street railway family physician out food without housing with I I demand for seedlings with which I
students in Mrs.Prevatt'a
11:30 all!
nprintendent refuse to hire department as Boon ,aa possible out a body politic, and without re : a. m' to carry on the state's reforesta- I I Peek ResignsRURAL I Having
......-et toe fiend I i ;,o that the Infection may be ligion. Their religion 'vas DO involved room.. will. be t.,... ......_n. _th, _t....... Mr. __ _

A Chicago judge" found r.,. cleared. Hookworm. In Ita many with their militarism that I)I

-il/ that S3 of S3.arraigned ispucts may be a serious disease when their military system collapsed -, II

frtre him were CONFIRMEDJMOKKRS. : ni many children are handicapper their religion did aillo. For,I PAGE 8-H BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA FRIDW, I

| ) severely, especially In school. this reason he believes, the Japanese I SEPH ntll

Voting men and women who Parents may obtain containers people cannot be trusted iv. ciiK'iir l'orn'r. IIIIAOFOIIO, Buffalo New Yorlc. COMMONSENSE ing out I ,,s -
I ('01,\'I'V. PtUIIIIt IN: CHANHenjiimln You are required to appear on mush lit th
BdpC the clgsrrtte habit laterknnanw for .stool examination of their until they have again bpen Indoctrinated ('..:n". September 18, 1946, In the above bout them and
addicted to other evil rh'lrlrrn, at the Health DepartmentI with moral and religious. : Greenwood Plaintiff v. named Court and cause wherein their work of /
each KlorliiM Greenwood, Defendant. plaintiff .seek divorce Bradford Imp
tahltn. I from Monday through Friday principles Case No. 5008.OnDER County Telegraph Hhall piibllnh thisOWlineee IIEALT1IV OIT1MISMKOTKI development!
nflu-" of glrN In the week between the hourM of 8:30a. : OF PUBLICATIONAND next four weeklv. laHuea. Farmer, an

trig ..f buiton are glen to m. and 4:30: p. m. Report of Cub Scout Pack NOTICE TO APPEAR Starke my Florida hand, and this official August Bealat 12, ) AMONG FARMERSA "go pi". cs' In their mtf.

f6caft1e molting, and the examination will be sent to thepatent STATES OF FLORIDA to: Florine 114(14OFFIC1AL.( general spirit of optimism are Imp n.
dreonwood, whose residence la un A. J. Thomas prevails Florida wing their, CI
SEAL) among: farmers
laea.ge.t part In that the as soon as received Receives Charter: known. J\. Clerk of Bald Court. stock, and! their noun\
and It's
.pwte4 number. of Miiiokrr. l I. When children are found to You art required to appear on liy Lucille C, Conner. D. C. a very satisfactory and and they hay, :'

ant; found l among! lire middle have hookworm and treatment f la Plans Fall Roundup !Mtpii-mb 16 1946, In theMonday. T. Frnnk Landrum, Starke, Fla. encouraging development* to be Of course the Just alt,
August 19th, 1946, In the Atty. for Plf. 8-16 4t 0-8 sure. m to
erbtJt among the \erynatthy desired It Is requested that theyI nl',,,\" named Court and cause, have problems
and the Stllrp's Cub Scout Pack ra-, u lu-i,,.in plaintiff seek a divorce.Uriiilford iv (' III1AIFUIID Folks have had so serious but many.
Health 1 many
very IM.or. come to the Department.or YTYrF101111TIt they will
I BhallpublUh meet
calved \Its charter at nn enthuRi"< County Telegraph < .1 iv CHIV- and
AU other cltli-H wrm to betaibrly : this service any Saturday this order In next four < r.ni.Erneiit: '. problems and troubles during the and continue to

aff...rted. i I morning between 8:30: and 12 tic me Mnic held Frldav. Aug. ?3, weekly l Bue.. Hudnon Plaintiff, VB. !Mary past five years that many of them That's the idnW1 f
The In the Church Service Center. The Witness. my hand. and official seal lludxon Defendant. Case No. G005.iHtrilSR have beenrather slow to
ICeconl. after
Philadelphia noon. presentation was made bv T. H. at starke. Florida, this August 15, : OP PUnLh.' \TION perk up talking with,fare.
1946. AND NOTICTO TO APPEAR after the end of the war, but, at

...... Osborne, district commissioner, ," ,t' 'Il'IAL SEAL> A. J. Thomas, STATE OK FLORIDA to:: Mary last they are showing a tendencyto Hints
.11 clerk of said Court. Hudnon whose residence IB unknown To House
end the meeting was presided over smile a little more often at
hv Cubma ter Sanford E. Ritrh. liy Mic-lllo C. Cnnner D. C. Ynu are required to appear onSoptemhcr their work and to make definite
.r. H I. HarrlHon, Jacknouvllle, Flu. :\hINo:
ForTheir 16, In the above I TOWElS
Leadership cards were presented for Pit. 8-16 4t 9-6 1916. [
Atty. plans for achievement in
named Court and cause,, wherein peace. Everyuw: I....maler
to the Cubma'ter and his assistant e
plaintiff BeekB divorce Pradford It isn't that things are "back to malt. hei
Cecil Douglai. bv Field Executive I*. (IIUT1T 1'd/( 1/1'' JIll 'FOIIO County Telegraph shall publish this : vela last II
I'01'\'r Y. t'IOIIIl'\1 IVIIN: Order In next four weekly laauen.vVltnetta I normal" (and that expression is possible ;;,,, dame ,
T A. Rowan III. t'l.ltt.Kdunrd: hand. and officialBpal econ
somewhat dubious in meaning), the I' :s;
Following the formal E. May (formerly known at Starke, Florida, thin August Department of
SakeVOTE ceremony IIB Crlch May), Plaintiff vs Jennie 14, 1946. 'but the prospect Is much, much Lure item these wp
nature collections made by the Jolly :May U..fen SOU!). A Clerk of Bald Court ;
cubs were displayed, and a par ORDER OF PUBLICATIONANI J. S. IlarrlBon Jacksonville FlaAtty time. From a monetary viewpoint Rotai. supplies bj
Pot..' roundtable was held and > NOTICE TO APPEAR for Plf. 8-16 4t 9-0 most farmers are-In better condi- freshly laundered towel
questions answered. Two new Jolly May who c residence and :oIIOTICtJ tion now than they have been in bottom of the pile 10 Ui

r cubs were welcomed Into the HiMreH. IK 3 Sibbald St., Dundee NOTICE TO MARY AIRES AND many years, and they are plan- twl'ls111 no: gelID i
7.,14 (Angus) Scotland. _
pock, and Sonny Terly and Bryon You are required to appear on CERN.TO WHOMSOEVER IT MAY CON ning to use some of their money and 1l1IlHferlngl'Ma o

Newcomb passed their Bob Cat September 10, 194(1( In the abovemmned You are hereby notified that we, wisely to Improve their homes and In stor,IK. Long Monet

e t tests. Den Chiefs were appointed Court and cause, wherein Pearlle O. Green. and Levy W. farms. They are making plansto Iauni1t plaintiff Hoeks divorce. Bradford
by Scoutmaster, E. T Shull County Telegraph shall pUblish this Oreeri hour ,of her 10 A.husband It!. upon will Monday at the Improve their homes or build to detc-n.orate. beciuit

Cubs attending this meeting Order In next four weekly iBBuea.. September 23 A. D., 1946 apply by new ones, make extensive repairsto dust, ana mOisture In Iii
neal at Starke., Florida, this Aug.ust
petition to the Honorable A. ZAdkln.
were Wayne DouRlaas Sonny 16, 1946.IOFFIL'IAL ... Judge of the Circuit CourtIn homes and other buildings, to bine to weaken the cot'

Tenly, Richard Kldcl, Levy Can- SEAL A. J. Thomas Chambers at Ktarke or at Much use many a lesson they learned while the towels are m

ova. Jr., George Canrjvo, Billy Al- AH fly Clerk Lucille of C.said Conner Court.,D. C. Order place an Legally he may Adopting be found; Percy for Joe an under the stress and strain of the shelt

( var"z, Gt-ne Bitch, Johnny Kope- T. Frank Landrum Starke. Fla. Aiken. Said Order to make him an war-time to advance in peace- Mend snags I n- won
InuiloR, and Byron Newcomb. Atty. for Pit. 8-16 4t S8l heir at law as .name aa If he were I I,' time. towels before they go
our natural child; you will there
Plans are being made for a \ t-inruiT coniT niiAnpono fore be governed accordingly Of course the outlook for their wash to avoid further

Full Roundup of Den parents and ('(! >TV. PLOlllUAl IV CIIAN- Pearlle 0 .Green crops-a continued heavy demand If the -.'Ivage shows

new Cubs! to be held during Sep l'RItY.Starry: .W. Burgess, Plaintiff, v... Levy VT. Green Petitioners for the next year or two at least fraying by taking lewn!

tember. Catherine F. Burgess, Defendant. -has much' to do with their stitches along the
Cane No. 6020.ORDER Oreen & Green, Attorneys for Petitioners It
brighter and more optimistic attitude strengthen
OF 8-23 5t 9-20
Board DisposesOf AND NOTICE TO APPEAR but farmers are making Wash towels before
STATE OF FLORIDA to: Cather irmci'IT ('OI'Rl', IIIIUFOnO I IC'O' plans and working on Ideas that come too soiled and reqi
USO /ine F. Burgess whose residence la VII.. FI.OIIIDAl t\ CU.U\I.
phiraGw..d SurplusThe 3 :Maryland W. stabilization to their white again. If a blend
.. ? Judy ,.Plaintiff v.., Wil enterprises.
? nw-t IsAK -.s. School Board's auction sale You are required( to appear on liam Azell Judy, Defendant Cane dilute It according to
They Interest
showing more
at the USO on Augi 23 saw the September 23, 1946, In the above No. 6010.:
and be to rinse li
named Court and cause whereinplaintiff ORDER OF than ever before in improved pastures sure
disposal of all surplus property seeks divorce Bradford AND PITRLICATION afterward.. Strong Me rt
NOTICE TO APPEAR -and Interest has been
with the of few County Telegraph shall publish thin growing
t .d exception a pillows Order In next four weekly iBauea.WltneMM STATE OP FLORIDA to: Wil steadily during the past decade en fabrics Drying on\
and army cots according' my hand and official liam Axell Judy, whose residence I the sunshine la a tafet
and address, I.j riot. 247, Route 4, -and this bodes well for
r to Superintendent Arthur U. Mc- seal at 8tarke Florida, this August I'lt-rpunt tlve to whiten tore
23, 1946. Charleston Mouth Carolina. their livestock, dairy and poultry I way
Rae. The sales totaled $208. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J, Thomas. enterprises; they are growing towels In a8 soon u

Items not needed by the school AB Zarh Clerk H. DniiKlaa of Bald Court.Oalnenvllle, Fla. September You me 30 required, 1IMU In to the appear above on more cover crops than ever be-I dry, because too much

which were Included In the Ally. for Plf. 8-2J 4t 9-13 mined Court and cause wherein fore to enrich and maintain the in the wind may (teen

' N Board's purchase of the USO --- pluiiitlrr of child. seeks Bradford divorce County and custody Telegraph productivity of their soil; they corners and cause ihm

were offered to the highest bid iv riHrtir roCUT. III1AUFOHD shall publish thin Order In are showing more interest in trees The home economJ.
d er. C-OIM-V. KI.OHIUll IV CIIAV-; next four weekly ISHUSB.yvitneoa against ironing Turks:!
4 KH: Y. my hnnd and as a crop; they are using more '
___ ___ McRae said the rugs and blankets Albert, P. He h war i. Plaintiff v.., enl at Starke, .Florida this official 27th pure-bred animals to.breed up Iron In? ::' unnecessary

were auctioned without diffi Case Mildred. :'01 n. S.5001eIU'ER Schwan, I. e f e nclant. of(OFFICIAL AuKiiit 1946.SEAL) A. J. Thomas, their herds, and that means better it mats the loops making

culty. Bids were received from OF PUBLICATION As Clerk of said Court stock; and they are going In tormore rlc less absorbent and

the Woman's Club, the Orland STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEAR to: Mildred John tine Kla.J. Hendemon'Atty. for, 1'If.K"'I.| ,8-JO St. AIIKIIH-4t K-20 diversification than ever be j break the fibers In *.

IN FAVOR USO, the Church Service Centerat H Schwarz. California., whose residence IB \"elleju. fore. They are not ;just talking Hand and dish towel)

Green Cove Springs, and individual IY .I'ITr COI' T. lull tlFOItl about these things-they are find-
are required to .appear on cot '\i'I'V. Pl.OllIlMi IN CI.Al'EIt \.. Ironed flat and then ilai;
purchasers throughoutthe September 1(1( 194U. In theabove nam Y.Curter .
county September Id, 1946 In the above Brown iv: CIRCUIT COURT nn\npoiiDroi by hand. Tn prevent '
Layne Plaintiff XTY, FLORIDA iv CIIAV.;
named Court and VB.
cause wherein
Continued 'rh..lfII Charline L. (KM Y.
City SupportOF plaintiff >aynei fe'onilant. place u
County Telegraph seeks divorce shall Bradford Cane Nf 6020.ANIDl4OTlCEP'PG. John H. Graves. Plaintiff VB. Margaret wear at any one

Whisker Contest Order In next four weekly publish'..MU.this... :' Case No.Louise 5032 Graves, 1) e f endant. the towel from spllttt

TilE Still Whisking Along seal Wltnviia at !Ktitrke my, Florida hand and this official Aug- STATS OP FLOIUDA APPEAR to: Thelma ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND creases fold towels lOP
lift 10, 1940.OFFICIAL Lnyn, whose residence halves and sometime
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas and address IB '", Era, Saylor STATE OF FLORIDA to: MfB.
"Interest among contestants Is As Clerk of said. Court. yan. llox 201. Stone, Kentucky tun- Margaret Louisa Graven, whoBerexidenre To avoid mildew, hen{
Health becoming more evident Hy Liullle C. Conner, D. C. You are and addreim IB Mount I
every to Pleasant after lilt
DepartmentCity Zuch II appear on South Carolina. els Immediately
DougrUB, UalneBVllle, Fla. <1"y. September
day, Harley F. Strong the You
proprietor Atty. for Plf. g.ie 4t 9-6 above In are required to appear ont1eJJtemb..r thrW
of a local jewelry store said this plaintiff'named' Court30th,1940 seeks and dlvoS'cau. ? 30, 1946, In the abovenamed air can circulate
Hmd/o/ ? Court and cause, wherein to
week concerning the chin whisker iv rinnir COURT. nninroHii HV"uAtJriTel K'-ftph shall plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford Never leave a damp

contest he Is sponsoring.The "('.tII"0.: \1'r.'. KLOUIIHI CIIAV.Ed Weekly. U.. H.01"11" 'In next four Order County In Telegraph next tour shall weekly publish Umiea this. heap In the bathroomput

contest quite obviously for Cherry, Plaintiff VB. Sallie H. Witness. my hand and official Witness my hand and official it in a laundry W
Election men only began Lambert Cherry Defendant. Case seat .t Starku, Florida. this 26th Heal at Starke. Florida, this August it
August and No. 500 i, day .of August, T9411. 27, 1946. sometimes does not
will close September 28, at which OHDER OF PUBLICATION (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, invisible d
time Mayor Charles ANI> NOTICPJ: TO APPEAR A" Clerk nf said Court. AB Clerk of Bald Court. even when:
Darby, Sheriff STATE OF FLORIDA to: Sallie John if.HSnd'JlT11' Augustine. T. Frank Landrum, Starke Fla.
Tuesday Sept. 10 A. O. Andrea and Col. D. E. H. Lambert Cherry, Route No.1. .' ., Plf. 8-30 4t 9-20 Atty. for Plf. 830. 4t 9-20 fabric.
lox 39. *;
Knight will select the contestantwho Ueurnetawn. S. C. Train men in the
.. You are. IY ClltCITr 1cinriiT: corH-r, DR.-\nFOIIIJ
.. required to rOI'Rl'.
in their opinion spouted the September 16, 1948. In appear the above on 4'01 svy5 FLOIIIIJ.I DRAnFORn,. COTY.. FI.OKIDAl IV: CIIANRuth to wipe razor blades on f
named t III Y. tHAx-: (.t:..".
finest goatee durIng'the contestMr. ourt cause, wherein 1 e-pecW!
plaintiff socks. divorce Bradford Joseph Ebro Plaintiff. v.. Leon Dorothy Pyne Evans, Plain- e18, and be
Strong will award a tine County Telegraph shell publish thla Ebro Defendant. Case No 5031.IIdl1l tiff, Vslax Evans, Defendant. when drying kitchen t
wrist watch to the winner. The Order III next four weekly ly.ue.vlt.nS" .. AND OF Can No. B033.ORDER i

(Thi Is The Way This Issue' Will AppearOn local Jeweler stated that pictures .f5",5i.wt"pka'\' my Florida hand and official NOTICE TO APPEAR AND OF PUBLICATION dish towelsA
of all contestant will be mad I 4o. L"onlld., Ebro whu.lelresideneaand. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr.
The Ballot:) soon. ,(OFFICIAL Ii'EAL' ) AJ. Thomas address la 1719 6tJth Max Evans, whose residence. and cow that is lame
\a Clerk of Bald Court. :New York Street, Brooklyn address, u 413 West Slat Street _ho91e
Hy Lucille C. Conner, D. C New York New York. legged and ''hat

T.Atty.Frank Cur Plf Lnndrum, Starke. Fla. September 30 rec, )..lre 19U<1, In appearnamed on You are required to appear on signs .)f' ,It) ,nay be.
g.jg above September
| 30
Court In
the above
t and delc'( ;
Donating to Bradford Health Clinic: plaintiff seeks drveree cause. wherein named Court and cause, wherein from phPi"" ""
I Ix rllU'1 *r C'ol"nT. nR.-\UF"RIJ County Telegraph shall Rr.dfnrd plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford ,"t 1:0'
1'o1'Y, FLOlllltt IV illl.V. Order In next four publish thus County Telegraph shall publish. this this is th I"
For __ ._____ Earl( '':IIV.Johns, Witness my ham weekly and I..ue. Order In next four weekly iaauea. vlding :. I it' hone "ni+
Clot Juhns, Plaintiff VB. Beulah sent lit Starke. Florida, official ... Witness my hand anti official EpefJtion :
iefndant this .Ada
C"M" No. ft004. :/7. 1946. August nl1en4t6 Stark8' Florida this August standar.) -

Against ._ __-_ .,ANDFNOTICI3 TO APPEAR ,(\OFFICIAL.. ....I..rk SEAL) A. J. Thomas. 27.( lFil ( min .1 t mixture ice
TATE OF lALlSEAIjlU J. Thomas.
Mr. T. f.andrumoStarke A.> ; 'cable Ink i
Beu ail. Johns 14011urIockoSt Court. result ..1..
eet Atty. for Fill. T.
PIL Frank
8.30 V"Jl"Irum' Starke. Florida ot
4t ,
9.20of Ally for within t''
and J'lf. -30: 4t 8-ZO

Put An X-Mark After "For" ,

blood was secured.J. .

This advertisement sponsored in the in- .. B. Alexander authorized

teresf of our community by the The transfer of three pints of blood.
following Entire Family held' to his account at the Blood

cicic organizations: NOTICEI Forget

The Starke Chamber of CommerceThe Every day is bargain dayat decided kind wish friends to to withdraw announce In Starke to as that my a I candi-many have Your Gift HeadquartersFor

Rotary Club of Starke date for the City Council. While

he It. Is too late to have Every Occasion In Jewelry
* my name
The Woman's Club of Starke left that off the ballot I am requestIng .
no further consideration -

The Junior Woman's Club be It will given be my" Impossible candidacy for because me to F.

serve If elected. Harley Siron
American Legion Post No. 56 Store Thanking' each anti every one

who ha. expressed an Interest In

The Parent-Teacher Association my success and welfare, Ire. Camp Blanding Jeweler Since 1911

main. r.a.
Respectfully yours 137 W. Call St. starkII

M. Van H. Carden.