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 13, 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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|irnor, Four Cabinet Members, Founder Featured: of in Rotary Film i Voters Approve Health Department;

I.d eat U of f F Among Dignitaries Shown at Club I RJ'f'f

A technical' film. featuring Paul Pdiijards, Montieth, Smith



--- igged Schedule New Council Will
.. 'IOMi Tuesday -
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,i'hy. Mayor of Of ILICTION I th. Collection of Taxes, by Amending m The XxagtalsruT snail at the Legislative
virtue of the I WHEREAS. The Legislature of INS Sections 11 and II of Article VIU of the ) Session of 1M7 and from time to Meet October 1
nnilcr the Constitution o< lung ofh.. Constitution of the Bute
dom of Florida aa time thereafter enact laws specifying
.UK, by lie law held Btat. of Florida, did pus a Joint Ketotutlons Adopt. at the General election of November. thai powers functions, duties and cornpsnasUo 28
to I ) Sept.
propoiinit amcndmmu toh.. 1044. said Amendment to Pro- of County Tax Collector designated lere
the atore.altlI Constitution of the State of Florida and Tide for the Re-Numbrrlng of Sections In paragraph, I of this Sertlon II. Three now coundlnwJWl'I'l' I'tdtto! the City Council
,, i voters on the time were allretod to bT s wot of 11 and 1* of Article VIU of the Constitution and shall lIkewise provide for the collection -
.1 /'h'; 194C1, for the threo-flfthi of all the members elected of the State of Florida as Adapted car. eustody. reporting and disbursement Tut" ilaj' a s -162 voters vUiUnl the polls l and gave endorsement !
Octobei 23: date
,, followingi.idtord to each houa: that the aotea en said ..th.. General Election In Noveml. of .11 taxes oollectect> by lie Open
Joint Resolutions ware entered upon 2t14 4. and to Amend Section 11 and It County Tax Collector. November 1 Palatkn there by u conifortnblo mar ;in. tll continued financial support
i their respective Journal with the ,.... of Article VIII of the Conitltutlon of the of
the Hnulfonl Health
Health and naye thereon, and they did determine the State of Florida. and to Provide that 4 November 8 Newborry. hme city County Department.

i and direct that the aald Joint In the County of HUlnborough. State of! BOOSE JOINT RF-SOLWTION NO. 110 November 15 Florida Naval Despite eleventh hour attempt by anonymous health
Resolutions be submitted to the electors Florida the County Tax Aaiessor shall A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing am
of the State at the General Election In Assess the Property of the County tor Amendment to Article ,.VI. of the Constitution cudemy herp.Notnjbt'r department opponents to muddy t the \vnters by distribution

l\nvpmber 104(1( the purpose of Levying Suite County, of the State of Florida Br 22 Alachua, here of
election: J. I... NOW THEREFORE. I, R. A. GRAY, Schools and Municipalities In tho County Adding Thereto An Additional Section t.. an unsivrtied handbill {'hul'linmi:1ntllnIlIlNllt'nt\ :, of funds

< I ,.J'I. morvHt D. A.inwright III j jI do Secretary hereby of IIft.n; of I the, thnt State a of Florida, of City.Hlllihorough Florida which Except Shall the City be of Exempt Plant Provide for Revolution the Appointment of the Simaie by a Concurrent and November 214.- V e r namlinu, by the State Hoard of Health the' vote was 220 to 155 in

: ,\ and GENERAL ELECTIONwill from* the Provisions of this Amendment, Mouse of Representatives of s Director' tre. favor of continued contribution to the local Health Depart-

I h. held In each county In Florida Taxes Levied by the State County, of the Budget and to Authon/e the LettirInture Confronted with the long of
i ..of I hereunto en Tuesday next succeeding the flnt County. School Board. School Districts. to Prescribe rile Powers ant ment by the City.W. .
mil cause the I Monday In November A. D. 1D40, the !Special Tax School District and the Duties qualifications and Term of Office even lettermen of last year'sam.

i I" be hereunto aid Tut*.(1ny bpins' ; the Municipalities, of the County Except the Coaches Geiger anti "Shad' :M. I' llwal'llon.: A. Montittil -
day of August FIFTH DAY OF NOVEMBER City of Plnnt Cltv. Florida I FIB!: IT REOLVET!' BY Tin: rOItT!' >.- Funeral SundayFor
for the ratificntion or rejection of the BB IT RF qotVn BY TUP LFOISLA- TUllE OF THE STATS OF FLOK1DAIThnt rynnt were letlcent this week ami Jimiu M. Smith

I said Joint Resolutions proposing Amendment TiThE!: OF THE!: STATE OF )FLORIDA: i the following Amendment to Article hen to the Tornado's chosen from the 11-man
as were
t IIS: ,t. DA HDY. ] to the Constitution of the State That the following Amendment of: XVI of the Constitution of the $titof queried
Mayor. of Florida Vial Article VIII of the Constitution' ot the Florida' by adding thereto an additional 'ospects Geiger feel. however. fioKI of CHiulicliite.s to nerve
1 State ol Florida relative to the A....- I section to be known .. Section M.ba J. F. Colley
,ik 8Gt 0-6 1BENATB ment and Collection of all taxes In the and the same la hereby ajtrrcd to> sal iiit the nchedule should prove a us councilmc-n for the next

!: JOINT RESOLUTION! NO. OJ County of Hlltubnroiiflh Slate at Florida, i shall be submitted to the electors of thai Jr test both for veteran grld- two
JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing sn Re-Numbering Seuuin 11 adopted for years. Smith was an
\K01II) A by aa State of Florida ratlflcnt or rejection
II i ill III. Jill tllVrniiark ;\ Amendment to the Comtltutton ol the at the General Election of 104 so as to at the general election for Representatives irs and new replacements One J. Frank Culley. 70 I't'Urr,1 I outwimken advocate of health
I HIKlltll 1* 8(5?. of Florida to be known an Article make It read Section 11 of Article VIII to be held ID the year 1U44.aa Ivantagp was acknowledged In
XX.: Section. 1 and S. Thereof. Relating o< the Constitution of the state of Florida follows, blacksmith dlrtl nt his home lust department support a n.1 matte

Pliiln- tr the Consolidation. Abolishing or Cnt- and by Amending Section 13 of SECTION 34 Tie Legislature snail bylaw le fart that seven of the ten Friday afternoon. lie had, been several ptibllshad, statements to
I M Ilundertmark, sting of Certain County Offices and the ; Article VIII of the Constitution of the provide for a Director of the Budget imes will\ be played In Starke.
'. 5021i Assessment and Collection of Municipal State of Florida, an adopted at the General who shall be appointed by a concurrent In falling health for several yours that effect.
vit1.ICATIONAl't'1AR- Taxes by County Tax Officials In Ornnno Election In November of Itl44 aoas resolution of the) Senate and House ol Good possibilItIes. have been In- A resilient of Stance for 34
i' County. Florida and Providing for Referendum to make It read Section 19 of Article Representatives. and shall by Inw,, consistent Martha Powell Wood first woman
ii Elections for Acceptance or Rejection VIII of the Constitution of the State of with other provisions of this Con rated In the carly-seaion "howg years. Mr. Collcy was a native ever to ton her hat
I1IDA .to: EIlzni of any Law or Laws Enacted by Florida end to exclude the City of Plant stitution prescribe his powers and duties of Catnwtm County N. C. He In the
,,i'1 whose re..l- the LeRlslature of the State of Florida City from salt Amendment; Be and the provide for his qualification snd term of Jimmy Godwin' tackle city's political arena bested four
State Hospital a. Provided in said Proposed Amend"BE same Is hereby agreed to and shall be of office. the length, of which shall he was born October 1*, HIT:). sun of I of the male .
"111.I a.I submitted! to the Electors of the State wholly within the discretion' and
IT RESOLVFD BY T1IS LEOISLATVRE : of Florida for Ratification or Rejection and shall ;tt. be ll'ri'ed by Bec- Id Hilly Kdwardi: end. and I the / ability, auguring well for
on .
d I to appear OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA at the General Election to be held on Uou 1. Article live Constitution.I Colley.
In lhe 'above That the following amendment to the the) first Tuesday after the first Monday inmtlle Al Harley, who Is work- the future of women In politics In
At the
,, whereini age of 17 he moved to
.e. Conntltutlnn of Florida to be known as In November 1940; out Starke.
an blocking buck wing
i ..lie Uradf ord Article XX Sections 1 and 2. thereof SECTION!: !' 12. 1. From and after January COMMITTFB SUBSTmTTHOUSI" g Archer KlorlUn. whore he worked
I "hall publish this relating toh.. consolidation. aboll.h'na I. linn the County Tax, Aniesior of JOINT HFHOLUTION! NO. T3 ick and full. with his | Following i Ii the tabulation of
,. weekly IHBUOH.I and creating of certain County: officesand HilNborouRh County shall assess all A JOINT' RFSOLUTION: Proposing the father a railroad mctlonforeman.
i -- -- > the vote In tho
I and official for amessmtnt and collection of municipal property for all State County, School Amendment of Section 30. of Article IIIof lie nianio.l. Mltw Lydla council raceAl!: ( I.I -
i ila, this August tnxea by County tax officers In and Municipal Taxes to be levied In the Constitution. of the State of Florida I I though Van H. Garden announced
Orange County, Florida, end providing HIllaborouKh County by the State,. Relating to Appropriations: 'ruck and Trailer Robinson, of VVIllliton, In 181)7. 1
for referendum elections for acceptanceor County County School Board. School. BF.. IT RESOI.VFn! : BY THE IVCIISTA.. Moving tn Stiirke In 1010) he his. withdrawal' from the cumpnlSH -
A. J. Thomas rejection of any law or lawa enacted Districts, Special Tax School DistrIcts and Tl'HE OF THE!: STATB: OF FLORIDA 'igure In AccidentIlystantlers ( two weeks ago, ballots were
d >nrtiuinenvllle. by the Lulslature of Florida as provided Mjnlclpalltlea except In the City of Plant That the following amendment of See- I opened n hliickHmlth. shop and
Fla. therein be submitted to the qualified City. Florida, which city snail be exempt Mnn '0. Article III of the Constitution nfth continued, In this occiipntUm until already printed with his nnmii on
I' 8-23 4t 913ir electors ol the State of Panda for idop- from the' provisions of this Section. State of Florida relating to appropriations at loth and Temple the) list, and, consequently he received -
tlon or reiectlin at 'h* next general 2. The) Legislature shall, at the legislative Is hereby agreed to and anal) he ,leets were treated to freak his retirement five years H.TO.HIi .
.lectloa to be held In the jtor 1MO.! Session In 1941 and from lime to submitted to the elector nf the ".... a first some votes.W. >
III' '''''. Jilt \IFOUD to-wlt time thereafter enact laws specifying the of Florida for ratification, or rejection, at icldent at 11 a. m. Tuemlay, shop was located, on
IV CII tN: dittIes and what litter M. Rilwards _____ _.._ 16T
1.11111"\1 powers, functions compensation the next General Flection' to be hold In lien Ford truck knock. was the site of An. u
ARTICLE: XX of the County Tax Assessor teslg- November. A. D. 164H-: that le to say. that a pickup derson's I>. A. Montelth _____ __ 163
1 !I1 ulntlff, VH. Annex SECTION I. The Legislature Is authorized nated In Paragraph I of Section 11, end said Section 30. Article III of the Constitution I the wheels from under a semlller. Garage, on Temple Ave. u
(' ..e No. 5O1S.op and empowered to provide by law shnll likewise provide by law for the of the Stnte of FlnrMn' shall baj 'He then moved the business to Jurlus M. Smith ___.:?_hh 142
Its regular ...- extension on the Assessment Roll of the amended and amended shall read astottoWat dropping It heavily to the '
It at aa
enacted by lon L.
laws Cherry Hoover 139
held In A. D. 1947 or st amyreualar County Tax, Assessor of all lashes levied' ivement. street and finally to the .! .,. _??.

"iT'! I APPEAR don, aesnton thereafter, for the conaoild by the Slate' Count,. County School SECTION 10. laws making the appropriations location near his home In west C. A. Knight _?__....___.... 132
+' I VI I 1.' .iRlDA to: Agnes, .tlon. abolishing or creating of any llaard Si-hool District. Special Tax for the salaries' of public Both vehicles were moving at
looatod Starke. Fred Ouy .........._ __.. ion
'"U Idence and nilii County Offices In Orange County, Flor. School Districts and Municipalities officials' and employee and all other asonable speed It was reported
I, street. St. ida. Provided there I. excepted from In the County of Htllbnrouh. expenses' of the State shell contain provisions His wife died a year and allay Martha Wood ..........-.. 87
Article Judges of allcourts Stnte 01 Florida, with the exception o( on no other aubtect nor shall an ..itnenses said the pickup travel
"t> I England. nel-I the effects ol this which la hereby prior to his death It.fLKiJJ..______________ 73
.. : and to provide for the .... n'ent the City of Plant City. appropriation be an Incident of any other g north had crossed the Inter. on September
il to appear above and collection of municipal taxes antati.emIneflttU exempt from the provisions ol this bill: ell State anornprlatlona except appropriations 0, 1915. E. W. Hayes _______-_.. 69
(Ii" In the either of them by County Amendment for the county schools. counties ctlon Junt before the street'
i I .J i 1 ,'mi se. wherein or subdivisions He Is survived VAn H Carden ___._____ 81.A.UIen.llartman"
tax offlcera In said County Any law so SECTION 13 I. From and after January cities or other political ht changed to red and that by one son J.
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irce. Bradford enacted respecting the consolidation or 1. 1U4II. the County Tax Collector In of the State, appropriations fnr permanent Ray CoUtvVAf Starker two*broth. ........ 38
,_ hall publish creation of any County offices ah.ll pre. the County of Hillsbarougn., State ol Improvements and buildings for ,a southbound; truck and sernlaller '
I < four weekly 1.I Is- the powers, Outlet and compensntfon Florida shall collect ell taxes levci-d in ,state Institutions s* provided for by laws was slowing to a halt. The j ers Charles of Jacksonville, and AJtnotnrh the total vote Hast
: of the officers designated therein, the County by the State County, County enacted at the IMS legislature or prinClegt'lstures W A. of
: : three sisters. (about 60 percent of the numberqualified
of retirement
mil official seal to exercite and dlscharde the duties School Board. School Districts. Special and fur penilons. iver of the pickup apparently
crentwl and and Municipalities funds and tru.t funds shall be Include j \fr.. John White of
21 offices so connollilnted or Tax School Districts ) was not as heavy as
I this August the st control veered,( left and strucke .
respecting the asse..- County, Florida. except In one general appropriation bill or any WUullton.l.
enacted HillsborouKh
any ment law and so collection of municipal taxes of In the City ol Plant City. It be ng exempt amendment or supplement thereto ant wheels with sufficient force to( Mis Annie Keebler. of expected lit view of the wld. <.-

-ic u I ,. A. J. Thomas and aMCsuments. or either of them by from the provisions of this Amendment. shall be for no longer than two yenrs. | N. C.. and Mrs. Porn Gibson, cafMulberry prpisd Interest taken In the health
,' Court. tax officers shall provide for the 2. The Leitlslature, shall at the Legislative All approprlntlons! made prior to the lock them from under the
Htnrke. Fla.I" i county....*.In". collecting accounting lor nnJ Susslnn of l 4T and from time to adoption of this ... lIon whlrh are contrary all..r. He blamed the accidenti : three rranikhlldren di'pnrtment IHHIIK, voting was
1 8-23 4t 9-13 I dl.b.rlng of said taxes and lor at'ea- tune thereafter enai.t law, specifying the to the provlolons of this sectionshall anil, several nl .renI brisk throughout the day keeping
PProprtats munIcipal' functions dutlea and compenia- expire as ol July 1. 1047.HOUSR a faulty steering gear.
ment.aiutnorillal_ ...to the mn\M__, !,or._ ftft unar Mft'AII"_n._-...-... 4.e. lion powers of County Tax Collector deslilnatedIn The semi-trailer body wits dam- I In, wan a member of the Melh- 'Inspectors busy from the time
In 01 itT, I1RAIFOItI) taxing officers for service. Paragraph I of Section 13. ma mail t oil 1st. church from his
such county youth anti l la the polls opened at 8 a. m. until
II any collection eure.custody led at the and the front
: That
lllllllllIS IHIM- rendered mcldont thereto likewise provide for the !' JO'NT PJFSOT.tTTION K.. tTf : rear
Jti such law respecting the consolidation reportlnu and disbursement; Tax of I A JOINT I1ESOIUTION: Proposing an the pickup smashed, according member of the Woodmen of sundown. A bit of color wtfadded ,.
I ,ntlff, vs. Daniel or creation ol any county offices la sc- all tales collected by the Juunty Amendment to Article, V of the !:'institution the Worlil.
ndant Case No. and ratified at the referendumSection Collector of Florida bv Adding Thereto sn (0:. H. Smith whose wrecker I to the scene by membersof
herein provided such law th*lhall of'ficea Additional. Section Relating to the 'lec rvlce Is situated at the Inter- Funeral services were held! at the Woman's Club the JuniorWoman'
1''BLlr'AION! become effective with respect to 1 lion of the Judge. nf the Court of Record 3:30( o'clock Sunday afternoon 1111
effected thereby en the mat Tj.- Ill Escambla County and< theCoinitV ctlon Club and the PTA whoworketl'
TO APPl ,\H HOUSE JOINT' RESOtUTION!: NO. In l and for l.1tti'rch. '
the tnt' MC1ndny In Solicitor' of s.M ('otint:). the Methodist with the "
"I I "HIIDA' to Imnlel day after A JOINT RESOLUTION Propound .nAmend.n.nt The truck and trailer carryingload the polls throughout the
I Is f en, year immIatei7' d"IW to Article VIII of the Con- BE IT REsot.vrni BY THY IFOIST.A- RI'?. W. J. Churchwell officiating i
tic residence general election had subtiequelit for atltutlon 01 the State of Honda lU'latlve TURF r>F THE: STATE OF FlORIDA of tomatoeit.. In owned by day distributing cards asking all-
referendum election at which electors of Property for Taxea and SECTION 1. That Article V ol the'nnittttio,5 Interment was at the Crosby comers to vote In favor of
on States are vo.edfor to Asuewment lul B. Dickman, of Kuitkln, Fla. contributing
d to appear United b.
President' of the Collection of Taxes by Acidlnll'I'h.r.lo of the mute of Lake Cometll"" ,
"''H. In the above : and If any 111m low re.pectlnlt municiPal the the Additional. Sections to Provide amended by adding thereto an addlt'nnal le pickup was reported to be I to the health depart
I .1 i .'aline, wherein .e..mpnt and collection 01 County ol Pay. Stale of section to be known as Section tII of Active pall bearers were Robert
the ment.
0' theta.by thnt in of the J. D.
... or either of e property Manley
.m.nU. election
Bradford the
lhallAi lo
and relating
irco taxes accepted sat Florlds. the County Tax Assessor aid Article Ureen I). A. Montelth William
In .hull publish thin CobOl tax officers II election as, .eis the Property of the County for the the Judge of the Court of Record In and instruction Company, of Lees- Opposition to city financial
,.. weekly Innues ratified at the referendum of Levying. State, County, School fctr Fseamblaj County and the County. H. Graham. J. M. Edwards, Matt
.. i ind official seal provided! ITS. WE-11.1," JESS? and Puroote Municipal Taxes Levied by the Solicitor of said County soil the asme lehereby Irg. Morgan and I A. Canova Honorary support of the health department
.. ,,' this August 22 e.ec- state. County County School Board. agreed to. and shill be suhmitietii Neither of the drivers were In- wait. featured by distribution on
next succeeding mca referendum School Districts. Special' Tax School Districts the electors of tho Slate of FlorIda pall bearers were S. (I.
of the County. for r"*lflcntlon or rejection' at the fleneral red. election eve, of a handbill charging -
A. J. Thomas SECTION I. Before any law ct..rlbod Election tn be> held on the tintTueodny Dunmaik W. K. Torode, Jr., Free-
I .urt. section 0' thIs Article BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LFOISLA- November. that "ten percent of your tax

first Monday In
rc.dnBUM after
In the man Register L. D. Vlnlrcg, Carl
''iiUnpHvlllB Fin. 'TUNE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA: Vhisker Contest
194A aa follows dollars la being squandxred by the
8-23 4t 9-13 That the following Amendment to Article SFCTION 48. The Ju.lge of the Court John, K. J. bowling Jr., Earl
Constitution of the State Board of Health and If
VIU of the In and fir Fscambla County
Record EndThe
Asia-a- nf fearing Searing. Clyde CoUon 5. W.
lir i 01 ii'r. ni.npoitnFi.OItlji State of Florida relative to the and the County Solicitor of said Countyhell properly used the Cities and counties
\| I t'JlA. ment and Collection of all taxes In the hereafter be elected by the qualified Hayes, S.0:. Sparks, 1... A. Davis, i
County of Bay. Slat. of Florida. by adding electors! of sell county. .. other slate and Chin Whisker Contest would. not have to donateone
additional aectlons to be A. I... Alvarez Morgan liarby.
r "dnt Itt. vs. ..AlexCnne thereto county officials are) elected. The first tonsorecl F. thin dime to the of
be Harley Strong
13. by support
'. 0: No. 4923.F I : : known aa Section 14 and and election of the Judge of the Court of Col. D. ii:. Knight: :. U Matthews
: \) PUBLICATION- : : and the same Is hereby agreed to Record In and for Enrambta County and cal juweler Is progressing nlce- the clinics." In support of this
Electors of the Paul ItrHgod II. II. Houston
submitted to the :
)." I* TO APPEAR shall rtjec- of the Solicitor of said county and the six contestants charge the handbill ( out-
of Florida for ratification or CtYat:: Election. In are printed
)r 'ORIDA to: Alex d.1At any State be held, shall. be the General Dr. W. K. Mlddleton, R. A.
.. filth( et toe general election to IIM: to take office the first Tuei'>y raying fur more and better of-town and distributed
lance and address County 01 any on the tint Tuesday after the t ratMonday after the first Monday In January. l 18411. Green, Joseph K WlUon A, J. anony-

the tlon holdIng end notice November.. 1_. u fallows: fur s term of four ,..... The term or (linkers," Mr. Rtrong states. Thomas A. O Andreu Judge K moimly) quoted an A 5 5 Delated
il to appear ont Bo.rd once SECTION: It. III From and after tenure' of office ol snvone heretofore The contest closes on Sept. 28 Press
said datelined Tallahassee
>c In the above by ou..u1v. January I. IIMU. the County Tax Assessor or hereafter appointed In either of the K. Perryman V. F. Stump George dispatch -

If il 1 ,c'ause wherein next least prior four to the B In the County of Bay State of Florida, office* herein mentioned shall not be extended id Mr. Uronn says that Gen. A. Anderson O I.. lieaaley, T J. Aug 21 stating that a Stat.Auditor's .
rce. ['Tad ford newspaper 0' shall assew all property for all State. hereby. Any vacancy In either 'alnwrlght will be suited to be
01 ,hall publish this In a county School and Municipal tales to of sail, offtcea which irtxirs. prior to acid Griffin U. Lk Ilrownlee Luther list showed that drug
'I" .t' weekly Indues. said provld.d. the LaWS be levied In the -County by the State, first Tuesday efter the f.>rit Monday. mJanuary. in of the judges as that Is his Powell and W. M. Rdwanls.DeWItt firms operated by members of the
School Bused Schooliiotrictl. HM9 ihall be filled by appointment
official of County
mil and
holding County. In Starke In
10 the ty cooperation Stat. Hoard of Health and
DistrIcts and cnnflrmatlnnby a
-. ,"Ida this AugustA. ;;i Spetial Ta* School by the Governor C. Jones was In chargeof
: and Municipalities. the Senate aa heretofore provided by Ith Mayor Darby. Sheriff An- State Senator were among the 19
:. shall at the Legislative the Constitution, but tn no ease for any. the arrangements.
J. Thomas ill The Legislature and Col. .
first Tuesday after eu. Knight.'Von't 10
than until the cnmpanlri receiving percent
from time to longer
lid and
ourt.'lalneavlll. *. Fin. MMo: ::: :l : : ume thereafter Session in enact lawe specifying the the first Monday In of January.office of 1941 end miss this event." Har- 'I Commissions on Board of lIealthpUl'Cha.lI.
the term or tenure ) anyone
I 8-23 4t 913i I puw.... functions Tax dutlea Aa.ei.or.and designated compenla. appointed to either of said offices for y urges the public.All Edwin William without giving actualservices"
of County
II lion Section and the term beginning In 1947 shall expire asked to
this 14. contestants am
I In paragraph, t by law for the nn sail first Tuesday after the first Erecting Grocery I The handbill further
> i I shall (likewise provide
C KRiven extennton on the assessment roll of the Monday In January, 1141. port at Mr. Strong's Jewelry stated that ''rhe City of Tallahassee
thsiBrairml .
I that .. 0' OD force end effect Tax Assessor of all taxes SECTION 1. Any provision' of theonstitotion ore Thursday, Sept. 28. to have of the William -
In bu tMtluuH end board D' said Cou It, .h.11 cerWY County State Count County : :11|I In conflict herewith le hereby Completion new saw how their money was

located name at ofrket ( Y..lnlt the result of any such of ral.r.nJllm tete within by Hoard the< S.hnoi Districts, Special' TaxSchool I repealed.IN eir picture taken.icksonville Grocery and Filling Station being spent and cut out their appropriation

''n the city ot election days to after the Secretor the holding) thereof.gouse Dlstrlcta: 13. and Ill municipalities.From and after I I TESTIMONY: -WHEREOF I n.vehereunto Church and 10th streets Is expected and now the local
$50 SECTION Firm
mint?, Florida. I. IBM. the County Tax Cocleet.5r set ny hand and affixed thai within two weeks. accordIng physicians are carrying on the
ter the said flc- of the ".... of Florida. et
I of Bay. MIsts of Flor- Cre-t Heal
.. Office of the) : jOINT RFSOLUTtOI'i' N.. r.I. in shall the co County Vet ..1 tax.. leued In th.1 I Tall.n' iee the C<.'. 'I. this the let day recting 300-Mile to Proprietor Edwin Williams.It work and It ls being done more

fourt of Bradfr JOINT RElOLUTIO'l! !' P r.r.o InC ,.nAm.ndm.nt "ninty 11.1 l-v .0 Stile. Cwnty. C. ':.-jrStnu'i of AUK, 'cst, A. O. I S lit. planned that the enterprise efficiently and more economically -

\ and Mrs. C. A Art.( VIII 01 the RelttI'.eI. CetttutiOn Burl I t. S .' ,! ni Uieta. SIC! ,ialTu I (SEAL H. A. CRAV. If New REA LineSome will be opened for business. on '."
J.V.. Heaver.Stark 0' the State 0' Flor' "a School Districts and MumdvaJiUee. I I Secretary ef SUM. .

8.18... Fla.4t 9-8 Asa.eameDt 01 PropertY for Taee anti 300 miles of line work September celebration.28, date of the Homecoming ft Is believed that few voters

were Influenced by these unsigned
ire begun last week In a project
William seated that he will of. charges. Copies have reached of'
Installation In
for additional
now -- The American Red Cross office this served fer an adequate stock of groceries, flcUls nf the State Board of
nucleus, communities of ares
"Iller with 'breads and tion or DOCKS subscribers.as a The Community'Bible School for Bradford County U desperately -I by the REA. Tltf-lna to existing fresh fruits and vegetables fur Health and It U possible that

:uig as the meager supply has 1500 held its first session since the In need of volunteers preferably lines will be made between Green patrons of northeast fltarke and some reply might be made at an

In summer vacation Tuesday afternoon persona wtio> are able to transients on Highway 4'%. The early date.
hand holds out. Cove Spiings! and Macclenny
i Silver Lake Lots at 3:30: In the recreation drive a car. Volunteers are not with Ldwtey Hampton New filling\ : station will provide a line New councilmen will take officeat

eil Selling Fast building of the First Methodist needed every day but the home River and Sampson City named of Standard gas and oil products the regular meeting on Tuesday

Ups Donationet I Are Church. A total! of 90 persons service secretary Mrs. Ruth S. Bradford towns henceforthto The structure U to be finishedIn Oct. 8, and soon thereafterwill
Celebration total of 21 lots have been enjoyed the Initial meeting. Morse would like to have a "call receive extensive service from white anbcstoi shingle likely consider the matter of

I I sold A at the Sliver Lake develop- ,I The school Is nondenominational U list" when the need arises the Clay Electric Cooperative. I the proposed garbage tax that

request of a delegation Realtor W. S. S.bley. an- and Jof,.,.. W J. Churchwell Mrs. Harry Mooty who rave I The project supervised by the Small Blaze ume members of the present
ment. Is
tnaires: and business men Wednesday director. Mrt. LeE Green her services as lecretary during Miller Electric Company, of Jacksonville council have statel will be necessary .
> Council nounced Mist Kate Struth and I A small fire at the) Jones Tourist
meeting here were assert- pianist and the month of August: In the absence -I
choice sites will employ a probable If the city donates l,50O
assistants. ,
iSht: Increased its do- I Many available In the subt&tch Mrs Titus Olson are of Mrs. J. I... Peek now re- of 60 men under Superintendent 1 Home, 430 W. Call street I
still send the Health
to annually Depart.
1r'r the Veteran Home- ed to be is located west of All parents are urged slgjied.' was appointed secretaryat Wallace Schwam. It wu -broucht.quickly under controlby I

Celebration! on Sept. 28 division which the Georgia : their children to the school each the Executive Board Meetingon announced that workers will the fire department at 4.3O mini Now that voters have endorsed

;0 to $300. Highway 28. near Sibley stated Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock building August 31. was be furnished through the I B E.W. p. m. Sunday. Chief R. C. (Itch ; the Health Department
uncll met for the Southern and I at the Methodist recreation Buford said a leaking gas line on In face of this
purpose lakefront lots I Mist Audrey Carlisle who also local of Gainesville. The com donation, even )
that gooti Mayor Charles Darby a kitchen stove caused the flames,
lsing the vote in Tue.ti .- oftered. and her service during; August has set Its Stake office threatened fee. It will be to the
sites are will have a gave pany up up
Election. building announced he which had not spread by tho time
homes on has Bible left this week for California ) nfl storage rooms In theFarmers' council to decide what
Construction.,f tWO I on duty near the of the truck's arrival. Damagewas new fee

1'<)llO of Pahokee spent lake shore was recently corn- I I policeman school for safety and traffic con- where she will attend the Uni- I 1 I Supply building, 10th I confined to the stove. It any Is necessary.
the )t.t this' falL
-kend here with blMrs. by Claude May and ,[. trol. ....Ity of California and Cherry streets.

J. j. Colson \.ndUl'eQ t, of Hampton.

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.IT'FIGHT ... STARKE. FLOK1DA. nun.ta'U'lIltt': : 14. IJMrt NVMIIKK: : KOKTVSKVEXirnor
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Four Cabinet Members I Founder of Rotary I

Featured in Film Voters Approve Health Department;

U of F Shown at ClubA
ident Among Dignitaries

technical film featuring Paul Elect Edwards Montieth Smith

Harris, founder of Rotary, in his
ttend Vet Celebration Here Chicago home was shown at the ,

local club
Wednesday under
snrshlp of the Club Service spon comI i Almost 500 Visit Polls In Brisk Balloting

lir mite cabinet members, the president of the Uniot il I mittee. The talking film was pro- Tornadoes Begin Rugged Schedule I Tuesday -- New Council Will

| Florida and the chairman of the State Road Dent -f I 'iscted by the new machine re- I II !

I this week advised the local American Legion post | cently acquired by the Methodist' Meet October 1

f ')lane to attend the Bradford Veterans' Homecoming| church. Ii IiI With Gainesville (There) Sept. 28A

jhon September 28. Attorney-General J. Tom \VatLptarv I In the film Mr. Harris discussed Three now cnuncilnien were elected to the City Council -

of State R. A Gray, State School Superin- Ilhe motives of fellowship that I Ii squad of 35 robust aspirants Octobei. 25 Open date Tuesday a. 462 \'uh'rl'llltt'd the polls and gave, endorsement -

run English, Nathan Mayo Commissioner of:I i prompted him to organize the', for the first-Hiring eleven of I November 1 Palatka, thore. by a comfortable margin to continued financial support -

University President D. John J, Tigert, and F. i I first n Chicago Rotary: Club the many growth years of ago the )I Bradford's Purple Tornadoes appeared -,I November 8 Newborry. h re. ( 1 by the city of the 1 BI'lutronl County Health Department.Despite .

\'ins, road department: chairman were thus added ,' movement throughout the world, to be rounding into goad I I November 13 -- Florida Naval an eleventh hour attempt by anonymous health

;rnumg list of notables who will join in the welcome,I,: and the future of Rotary. I physical shape this week, Academy, here.November department opponents to muddy the waters by distribution

l'ralJohnathan M'I | Two new members, Lucian Conner tory to the season's. prl.'parR'j 22 Aluchua here. of nn unsigned handbill chanting, mismanagement of fund

Gainesville September 20. November 28 Kernandlna.here. by the State ISoanI of Health the vote 220
ight secretary of the Chamber of I \ was to 155 in

'ations were accepted Want Commerce, and Alec Robbins, of The 48 schedule, pronounced ofl ,favor of continued contribution to the local Health DepurtI -
To (
Show I definitely as "rugged- bettnItl'ceptt'd Confronted with the loss
!k by Governor Mil- RobbIns' clothing store, were Inducted all ment by the City
by concerned an one eleven lettermen nf hut
Caldwell and Con- Your AppreciationTo into the club'at this meeting that will call for the bent the boys Couches Geiger and "Shad"ft'ar'sIt'am I I W. :M. Edwards, IX A. Mon
n Emory II. Price. Veterans? I have to offer. Along with Gainesville Bryant were reticent this week Sunday tieth. and JuniiM M. Smith

Ixernor will be repre- A period of group singing was games with Ketterlinus High when queried as to the Tornado's I were chosen from the 11-miin

lon the General's ar- Bradford CV.imty ones u debt led. by Fletcher Burnett with Mrs. of St. Augustine Bolles School i prospects. Geiger feels however field of candidates to servo
J. F.
the Jacksonville Air- To every Itrutlfnnl Countypt, :Mary Lee Hancock at the piano. and Palatka are recognized as engagements that the schedule should provo a Colley I an councilmen for the next

f Colonel H. N. Kirkman.if And \If you Want to pay your in which the localteam fair test both for veteran grld- two yearn. Smith was
fee Parents CooperateIn must score an upset to win. ders and new One
State replacements.
the J, Frank Colley. 70 retlredl' outspoken advocate of health
honor guest will then Just leave It at the C. of C. As announced Monday by Coach advantage was. acknowledged In blacksmith, died at his
e -. .-.. Physical Exams Carson Geiger, the completed the fact that of the ten I department support and madesoveial
(ted by motorcade re- I Friday afternoon lie had beenin publlshod statements to
Maybe that not poetry schedule Is as follows will be In Starke.
( governor's personal wel- For First Grades games played fulling henlth for several yours that effect.

n reaching Starke at a- but It's certainly the truth'ThoK6 September 20 --- Gainesville, at Good possibilities have been Indicated A resilient! of Starke for 36 .
I Martha
Harris Field, North Gainesville. Powell Wood, first woman -
who have been t-ollcit- Unusually good on the
|n on the 28th. response In the early-se...on showIng years, Mr. Colley wan a nativeof to torn
ever her
onner, general chalr- Ing fund for the homecoming part of parents has been experience September 27 Bunnell, here. Catawba County, N. C. Ho I hat In thecity's
September 4 Lake Butler of Jimmy Godwin tackle political arena bested four
celebration the 28th In the physical check-ups
the event, announced on was born October IK, 1875. son' of
here. billy Miles, guard Charles Knight of the male contestants In vuteI -
that Jack Fields, of I report that response on the administered this week to first the lute John T. and Selena Cook }I I
ay has been designated part of business men ha been grade students at BHS, accordingto October 11 Ketterllnux High and Hilly Kdward.s: end<< ., and the Colley. I getting; ability, auguring well for
rkt at St. Augustine versatile AI Harley who Is work- the future of women In politics In
generally this week but an announcement yesterday by
the grand parade gootl At the one of 17 he moved to
>r I October 18 Bi>Ui> School, Ing out as blocking back Starke.
of s wing
the celebration much more money N neededto Dr.. A. Y. Covlngton director Archer, Florida, where he worked
K ipen the celebration In the Health here buck and full. 1 I I Following Is the tabulation of
Floats will be featurthe put over Department with his father, a railroad, section
.1 Chamber of Com- the style to uhlch. Bradford Seventy first graders were examined I -- ---- foreman. lie married Miss Lydia ''the, vote In the council race: (Although

.e Rotary Club, the Leg- County In accustomed and its Monday and Tuesday the Truck d-Trailer I Robinson of Wllllxton, In 1H1I7. !'I Van, H. Cnrdon announced 1
Coca Cola Company, the tsar veterans iteHerve. It"III director stated, and of this group Hampton Mayor Moving to Starktt In 1010, he withdrawal from the campaign
filway, and the Standard be impossible for the solicitors 155 parents were prenent.. i Figure In Accident I! opened a blacksmith shop and 1 two weeks ago ballots Wf'realrell.ly

to we everyone, and theyfeel The final group of first graders ,, continued in this occupation until printed with his name on
named those at 10th and
|f any among that there are doubtless will be examined next, Monday, I Retains Office Bystanders Templeatieets .' his retirement five years Ago the list and consequently he 10-
planning decorative en- were treated to a freak
16 between 9:30a.: m. and ,, I I' HU celved some votes.)
many citizens: In other towns Sept. accident at 11 first shop! was located 1 on
and communities throughout 12 noon. All pupils in Mrs. Rob-I I a. m. Tuesday what was later the site of An- W. M. Edwards _______ _u U7

[ B.formerly M. Montgomery pastor of, the of the county, i In addition to inson's room will be examined at :(: In Hot' ElectionIncumbent when the a wheels Ford pickup from under truck a knocked semi derson's Garage, on Temple Ave D. A, Montetth ______, ,__ 183

Methodist Church and a Starke, who will want to makea this time and It is hoped that the trailer dropping it heavily to the I He then moved the business. to Junlus M. Smith ____-.____ 142
{ at contribution to thin Jtl't'at.est response from parents will be as Cherry street and finally to the Don I* Hoover .a_.._.___. 130

chaplain, will preside of all celebration Beeves. good as that experienced this Mayor M. L. Wat- pavement.Both vehicles at I I location near his home In west C. A. Knight _._______._ 132:

orlal Service. and chickens. are needed In week terson of Hampton retained his reasonable were It moving Starke. Fred Guy ......._.._____ 108
that speed. was
announced reported.
|r also Martha Wood .... ...._..
addition to cash. All contributions contested His wife died a year and a day -
office In a hotly three- Witnesses said the pickup, travel-
atlon WPDQ of Jackson- be left at the Hunting LicensesOn prior to his death on September R. O. Kldd ._.__.....,_. 73
may north had crossed the
|making arrangements tot Starke Chamber of Com- cornered election race held In that Ing 6, IB 13.H K. W. Hayes ___,__._-___ 69

t description of the Thanhs.Memorial Sale by JudgeThe Bradford County town Tuesday.A just before the street Is survived by one son J. Van II. Carden _.--...._ S'A&.t
merce. to and
light changed red that
Ind General Walnwrighfslover 1946-47 hunting licenses I marshal), lily clerk and two I the southbound truck and semi Ray CoU yVof Stark; two''broth- '. llartmann ........ 38

kbllc its address 5,000wattfactll- went on ,.sale Monday at the of- councilmen were aMo selected by I trailer was slowing to a halt. The I ers, Chart, of Jacksonville, anti Although the lrotei vote last
equipment W. A., of Stsrke; threeInters! (about 60 percent of 'the number
E. K. Per- driver
Jrovideil Merritt fice of County Judge the community's voters. of the pickup apparentlylost
by Angus I Mrs. John White, of Will IB ton, qualified) was not us heavy as
villc LibraryTo ryman. The first' license of the i Seventy-two of the 104 qualified control, vl'ert'cIl'ft\ and struck .
purchased by Frank tho wheels with sufficient force to Mrs. Annie Keebler. of ('ntawba. exported In view of the wl was
meeting of the Legion Hampton electors! turned up I N. C.. and Mrs. Dora Gibson, of spread interest taken In the health
Durnhlmer, Telegraph employe knock them from under thetrailer
plans were outlined I Town Hall during the day to Mulberry three j I Issue
at ; grandchildren department voting was
Be .
I fund. solicited Project I who will partake of the open sea- Hit blamed the accidenton
will be by
and several nleceit.Ha brink the .
vote and Mayor WattersonI throughout day keepIng
i I son on marsh hens. gave a faulty steering gear.
a' Financial Committee I was. a member of the Methodist I Inspectors. from the time
announced that j while hi.I The semi-trailer damaRC11
Judge Perryman I 36 votes opponent body was -
hhe v Fred Guy. It was divided stat- OWoman'sClub( county licenses cost $2, while al j I John H. Parker and C. C. Tld- at the rear, and the front church from hU youth, anda the polls opened at 8 a. m. until
will be I
city member of the
R"lcts, with a Legionnaire fee of $7.50 Is charged for the I! well, received 24 and 12 votes of the pickup smashed, accordingto the World Woodmen of sundown, A bit of color wit

I Statewide permit. I I respectively. Mr. Watterson has 6 K. H. Smith, whose wrecker added to the scene by members
I businessman the .
given A memorial library honoring The hunting season, opening on I I I consecutive years as Mayor ofi service Is situated! at the Inter Funeral ,services were held at of the Woman's Club, the Junior

nt of collections In each the dead of World War II, will be November 15, will close February,i I Hampton behind him. I. section. 3::3D o'clock Sunday afternoon, In I I Woman's Club and the PTA who

j The post will give away established this winter in a new marshal The truck and trailer, carryinga the Methodist. Church with the "worked" the polls throughout the
15. I II ,
O. G Pearce present
Ford on the night of then I Rev. W. J. Churchwell I
addition to the Woman's Club I The dally bag limits are: deer lost his position to opponent W. load of tomatoes Is owned by officiating.Interment i day distributing cards asking all-
Further details may In announcement by I I 12 cat Paul of Fla. was at the Crosby comers to vote In favor of con-
| building. an lone; turkey two; quail ; B. Wynn by a close vote of 34 B. Dlckman Ruskin Lake ,
ned of
at the Chamber Cemetery
|te.i the Club's Executive Board It squirrel, 10; fox squirrel! three; to 38. Town Clerk W. II. Maxwell The pickup was reported to be Active pall bearers Robert.I trlbutlng to the health depart
was stated that recommendations marsh. hens, 20; ducks. 7: geese although he was unopposed the property of the J. D. Manley ment.
i beeves had been donat- I Green I). A. Mnntelth, William
and library arrangement 2 and coot, 25.Instructions I 61 ballot Construction Company, of Lees- Opposition to city financial
ledneaday for the Home- as to floor plan was given a hearty ... Graham, J. M. Edwards, Matt
will be submitted by I on the reverse side I., "vote of confidence" and was burg. support. of the health departmentwas
[barbecue, but Chairman Morgan and L. A. Canova. Honorary
the Remington Rand Company of the permits list the open seasons continued In office by his consti Neither of the drivers were In- featured by distribution, on
rawford said he would 'I pall bearers were S. G.
within two weeks. Work will be-' on all Florida game birds tuents.T. jured. election eve, of handbill charging .
least twice that Denmark W K. Torode, Jr., Freeman -
I that all beeves and many.pork gin as soon as construction ma- I and animals. Judge Perryman,'I C. Chastaln, Jr.. with 44 Register I. D. Vlnlng, Carl that. "ten percent of your tax
Whisker Contest
dl..ob..tll'ence dollars Is
that being the
the point 'IuAnd.ed by
ht to the Lawson butcher: terials are available. A concrete stressed votes was high man in the race John, K. J. Howling Jr., Karl
will make the State Board of Health and If
Highway 13 not later block exterior Is planned for the of regulations to fill two vacancies occurlng this Nearing EndThe Searing, Clyde Column, Jo:. W.

1 24th. Those wishing toe addition suitably blended to con-' hunter liable to arrest and prose month on the town council when Hayes, S. ":. Sparks. U A. Davis properly I used the cities and coun-
Chin Whisker Contest tits would not have to donateone
dressed chickens wereto form to the architecture of.the I' cution. the terms of W. H. Griffin and A. I. Alvarez, Morgan Darby, I
F thin dime to the of
W. 1C. Griffin sponsored by Harley Strong support
building. J. W. Horne expire. Col. D K. Knight K.. U Matthews
bring them to there Morse vice president Blood Still NeededFor was reflected to the council local jeweler, Is progressing nice- Paul nrlflgi'i, H. II. Houston I the clinics." In support of this
W. R.
Company on or before Mrs and the six contestants charge the handbill ( out-
of the library com- with 37 vote, but Horne did not ly are Dr. W. K. Mlddleton, R. A. printed
In charge I Mrs. Williams candidatesfor "praying for more and better of-town and distributed
unsuccessful anonymously
approximately run. Two Green Joseph E. Wilson A. J.
aid that keen Interest mittee, said ..
whiskers Mr. states. .
Archie G. EI- Strong .. ) quoted an Associated
would be needed for the to a recent call for the council were Thomas, A. O. Andreu. Judge .
accorded for thee The answer
plans $2900 closes 28
The contest on
racks land with 3\ votes and ClarenceA. Sept. K Perryman F. F. Stump George Press dispatch datelined Tallahassee -
l with stiff competitionby of steel shelves I' blood donors for Mrs. T. S. Williams
purchase that Gen.
facilities essential to a been gratifying. On Adklns with 26 votes. and Mr says A. Anderson O. I.. lleailey, T J. Aug. 24 stating that a StateAuditor's
entries of other
Hogan and
Wainwright will be asked to be list showed

J. Dowling, H. A. Law- I well-equipped library. The ex-I Friday Sept ft., Misses Nina andI Terms of of the the five-man other three Hampton members one of the judges, as that Is his Griffin Powell, and H. W... M.Ilrownlee PMwards.DeWItt ; Luther. firms operated by member.that of drug the
and I Cameron.
[ others. Weekly prrctlce of the construction Bishop Bobble day In Starke, In cooperation! Stats Uoard of Health and
pense .a
blood at St.Vincent's council do not expire until 19..7.and C. Jones was In chargeof !
r being held by Club I Morse gave
2:30 met
at be
p. m. equipment will Sylvia with Mayor Darby, Sheriff An- Stale Senator were among the 19
In Jacksonville are C. C. Tidwell T. C.Chastaln the arrangements.
Iturday other Hospital they
ever the quarter- funds and donations from dreu. and Col. Knight. companies receiving 10 percent
l"e on the unpaved grader for Mrs. Williams There Sr, and Aaron Minton. "Don't miss this event," Harley commissions on Board of Health
sources. several election of T. C. (:t1a.-.
more the
Highway 281, just east built on they earned that With the public. Edwin Williams
will be I urges
The council purchases<<: without giving actual
Mrs. taln Jr., the Hampton
needed. ,
The race will be a fea- I the north side of the building. pints are still transfusions father-son team In its All contestants are asked to Erecting Grocery services." The handbill further
has a
the will need more now
[ day's varied enter- with sufficient floor space to pro-' three report at Mr. Strong's jewelry stated that "The City of Tailshossea .
and work during the next two or membership. store Thursday Sept 18, to have
stack Completion of the new Williams saw how their
reading was
vjde I However, her blood bankIs for the election were'
weeks. Inspector .
office and children's their picture taken.Jacksonville Grocery and Filling Station spent and cut out their
librarian's being
rooms if can and
Shortage low again, so you L J. Wynn, Aaron Minton
room. In con- Church and 10th streets, Is expected and now the local
reading contribute to this cause please John Blackburn. Each elected official Firm
era i Bakerythe trast to the Club's present crowded -I call Mrs. Ruth S. Morse at 3. -J will serve two years and within two weeks, accordIng physicians are carrying on the

library of 5500 volumes it is and transportation to Jackson- take office October 1. Erecting 300-Miles to Proprietor Edwin Williams.It work and It Is being done more
critical short. Librarian Jeanette In planned that the enterprisewill efficiently and more economically
sugar that
Lappe Bakery is fore- planned will have adequate facilities ville will be provided. Of New REA Line be opened for business. on ."

'P nd cake baking. Harry Toung for 7.000 or more volumes. AttendanceAt Red Cross Broadcasts Some 300 miles of line work September 28, date of the Homecoming It 1s. believed thatfew voters

I Proprietor, stated. Heb0WPver The original library, formed 90 In S.O.S. for Volunteers were begun last week In a project celebration. were Influenced by these unsigned

that the bakery Mrs. Young's private collection Bible Story HourThe for additions Installations In Williams Stated that he will/ of.f..r charges. Copies have reached officials

e every effort to serve with books as a nucleus now The American Red Cross office, communities of this area served an adequate stock of groceries. of the Stats Board of

omens with breads and of subscribers. Communlty'Bible School for Bradford County Is de p r- by the REA. Tie-Ins to existing fresh fruits and vegetables for Health and It .Is possible that

'rg as the meager supply has 1500 held its first session since the ately In need of volunteers, pre- lines will be made between Green patrons of northeast Starke and some reply might be made at an

on hand holds out. summer vacation Tuesday after- ferably persons wno are able to Cove Springs and Xfacelenny, transients on Highway 48. The early date.

.Silver Lake Lots noon at 3:30:: In the recreation drive a car. Volunteer are not with Lawtey. Hampton, New filling station will provide a line New councilmen will take officeat

M Ups Donation I Are Selling Fast building of the First Methodist needed every day but the home River and Sampson City named. of Standard gas and oil products. the regular meeting on Tuns-

Church. A total of 90 persons service secretary, Mrs. Ruth 8. Bradford towns henceforthto I The structure. Is to be finished day, Ort 8, and soon thereafterwill

et Celebration A total of 21 Iota have been I enjoyed the Initial meeting. Morse, would like to have a "calllist" I among receive extensive service from In white asbestos shingles. likely consider the matter of

I" I! sold at the Silver Lake develop-I The school is nondenominational Is- when the need arises. the Clay Electric Cooperative I the proposed. garbage tax that

finaires request of a delegation ment Realtor W. S. Sibley an- and MM. W. J. Churchwell Is Mrs. Harry Mooty who gave The project supervised by the Small BlazeA some members of the present
and business Lex Green
VI men nounced Wednesday director. Mr+ her services ss secretary duringthe Miller Electric Company of Jacksonville council have stated, will be neceesary -
Council, meeting here and Miss Kate .Strut" small fire the Jones TourIst
sites were assert- pianist, month of August In the absence at 1
choice will employ a probable If the city donates S1.5OOI :
tight i, Many assistants.\ ,
increased its do-1 .ub- Titus Olson are Home. 430 W. Call street
ui the of Mrs. ]. I Peek, now resigned -
-"T the Veterans' Home-1 I ed to be still available west of All parents are urged to send secretaryat maximum of 60 men under Super warn brought quickly under controlby I annually to the Health Depart-
I.., located was appointed Bchwam. It
1 Celebration on Sept. 28 division. which the Geor&1aI their children to the school each the executive: Board Meetingon intendent Wallace will the fir. department at 6:3O: !' meet Now that voters have endorsed -

p to $300. I i I Highway 28. near .tated Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock August 31. was announced through that workers the I.B.E.W. p. m. Sunday Chief R. C. (Red) I J the Health Department
building furnished
'unit met for the purpose Southern relakefrontSibleylots and I I at the Methodist recreation Miss Audrey Carlisle, who also be local of Gainesville. The com-I Buford said a, leaking gas line on! donation' even In face of this.
awing the vote In Tues- that gbuilding and Mayor Charles Darby a kitchen stove caused the flames,
I are offered.constructlon.f her services during August, set IU Starke of- threatened fee It will be to the
ty Election. I sites hoi announced he will have a gave pany has up which had not spread by the time up
twO homes on'| on duty near. thetraffle left this week for California fice and storage rooms In theFarmers' of the truck's arrival. Damag"I new council to decide what fee,
completed policeman cone will attend the University 1- 10th I
"olson recently where she building
of Pahokee spent the lake )1. M. 1 school for safety and! ( ',. confined to the stove. if any Is necessary.e .
"k Claude this fall
"** J. and
J. Colson of Hampton.
siren Perkins. I




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HE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH LAWTEY' SunnybrookBy Will From Attend 3 Counties Clinic i Which attend will this. be ag diag! ,lI.'oars'"'Bbl' t

EiitabUKlMMl 1877 Ky The. "Hrliool. -Mm.. .O..E.. Crosby. Crippled children from three John F. LoveM c''ndurtea 4M bJ.

__________ Editor and Owner I- *
B. L Matthew ___ counties -- Bradford, Clay, and Hutchins both ,?rto.me
PARTY FOR T.\N-- ERCIIILHREN The Rev. E. Knowles of Folks- Union will converge on the ons of Jacksonville '
and Entered tut !Second CUM. Matter ton. Ga.. filled his regular appointment -
r tbMbed Weekly on Fridays n lia Carither
Health Unit here, Friday, Sept. JtcfcWJ ;
at tbe Pout Office at Starke, Florida. Mr. and Mrs! L. S. Tanner entertained at Corinth latrlclan. (
Sunday, September 1, at Church here Sunday morning and 27, for the annual clinic conducted They Wlll be lit-,
the day, he was Florida Crippled Chil In the clinic
night. During the bor
two their home here with a birthday by A.
28)) l
With Starke's big day (September party honoring the birthday anniversaries the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. dren's Commission itajton. Bradford

week away, little headway has been made in the cleanup of Charlotte Tanner) W. C. Ward. j Miss Agnes McLean, field nurse, and Mr County
and beautification drive to put the town in shipshape and David Bennett. The twenty- Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lovell are was In Starke last week making county field nurse. *

General Johnathan M. Wainwright and two young: guenla present had a receiving congratulations! upon the preliminary arrangements for thai I I I The clinic will begin
to receive wonderful time enjoying games arrival of a son Harold Leroy, clinic which Is held here annually o'clock, and new
other distinguished guests who will be with us on that and contests and the delicious refreshments -\born Monday, September 2. under the sponsorship of American ed to consult them pallentllt

date. Up to now it seems that each property owner i is of ice cream and cake. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Crawford an- Legion Post No. 56. I lulclans i or th county tempi bea:11:
botherto An asHOrtment of lovely gifts of daughter, Miss McLean stated that all fleer before
waiting for his neighbor to start, thinking "Why I nounce the birth a I attending
were received by the honorees. I Ann Friday, September I I
clean up mine unless his is clean, too. If this attitude Patricia on
I continues until the day of the celebration Starke About 20 young people of the 5, at Alachua County Hospital)I
In Gainesville. : EARN While You LEARN
will miss a good chance to impress itself upon thousands Lawtey Methodist Church attend-I to ROn .
Mrs. Edward Cain and baby
town". of the
of visitors as a "clean, pretty little ed a meeting

The old alibi of "I'd like to clean up that vacant lowship Union In Starke Monday I daughter, spent, Eddie the weekend Faye. of with Gainesville her- The G. I. Bill of

lot, but I just cannot get anyone to do the work" will; night.Gennell Cruce Is reported recovering parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E.I I I RIGHi!

not hold in this instance for the city has placed its nicely In the Lake City Crosby. They were accompaniedhome
of owners needing Sunday afternoon by Mr. I
facilities at the disposal -
following an appendectomy I
lots and other premises. Thin Hospital Cain and Mr. and Mrs. James]I A. Martinez, son of Mr. and
clean vacant
to of last
help up performed Friday Is
I I I Mrs. Joe Martinez of Starke, New PIPER CUBS -r
municipal service i is available at a reasonable fee and week Gennell is a fifth grade above displaying a 41 lb., : ,

'lftoe< desiring it should apply to Councilman P. L. student. | Miss Charlotte Knowles and ,44 pictured in. amberjack, and a 60 lb.. 7 -...... (
and Elizabeth Sandersonof being usedin
Bridges, chairman of the Street Committee. Homeowners The Joe Forsythe family movedto Coy Ann dinner! ft. 3 In. sailfish recently caught I II
Ga. were
Folkston, ,
have also been notified that the city is now collecting Hampton Monday of last week Sunday of Misses Wanda I by him while deep sea fishing off I Ii the .... ,j
garbage from the rear of residences and it is where Mr. Forsythe will be employed and Alice Crosby.Mr. I i West Palm Beach. J. A. in employed program ... ""'- .,
no longer necessary to place garbage cans on the curb with the G. P. Wadsworth by an air conditioning and
and Mrs. Mack Woods Class
ing where they will be unsightly. Turpentine Company. For many | refrigeration; company in West Certified Ground School !' Instructions
of St. Augustine -
years he was connected with the daughter. Beach. He was dischargedfrom Given Certified Ground School
, If Starke enters into this clean-up drive with a Edwards Turpentine business here were guests of Mr. and Mrs I Palm the In January. by Instructor
I wholehearted spirit it will be of inestimable value to until lt!. sale recently. | H. B. Kelly Sunday. Army Certified Flight Instructor

the town not only from the good impression on visitors) Several farmers of the Lawtey Among those from this com- j Marion D. Carter, Federal Approved Primary Ground and Flight

*t the celebration, but during the approaching touris'season area attended the monthly meet- I munity attending Water Oak Farmer School Certificate No. 5056.:
which will soon be under way. ing of the Farm Bureau Friday I Church services Sunday afternoonwere I Prominent ,

Yes-Starke is going to be on the map, so let's night of last week In the BH.S. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Kelly 'Sells Lawtey Place For information please phone Conitayatl\\
Building in Starke. | and children, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
wake sure its face is clean when it gets there Agricultural
Mrs. Cullen McSwain returned Conner and daughter Janice, and J' Marlon D. Carter, one of Bradford or Libby at 32

Friday of last week from Fort!l Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Crosby. County's best-known farmers .
Prime responsibility for teaching children to obey Pierce where she visited her Mr. and Mrs. Claude Moot, of ,, recently sold the 55 acres of rich I CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVICE
the laws of civilization lies with the parents, J. Edgar mother, Mrs. Thomas Rhoden, fora I Tampa were weekend guests of I soil that he had cultivated near) !
Hoover director of the F.B.I., pointed out recently in week. Her two sons, bonnie her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. Lawtey for the past 45 years, and | P. O. Box 303 Starke, Fla.

giving his endorsement to the 16th annual observance and Ronnie, remained in Ft.I Haislop. R'I I he and Mrs. Carter will move soon

of Religious Education Week, Sept. 29-Oct. 6, in Pierce with their grandmotherfor Mrs. R. M. Crosby Is confined'''| to their small but Lake comfortablenew Worth. |
churches and communities of rural and urban areas. a longer visit. Mr. Cullen Mc- to her home due to illness this home near EXTRA
Swain is spending his vacationIn week. In announcing the sale Mr. LIGHT BRE
of the continent, under the auspices of the International
Council of Religious Education. Fort Myers visiting his grand- Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Rosier and Carter said "I'm getting too '
work the place by myself, and
mother. I. Mr. and Mrs Sebring Fox of to
"Juvenile offenders result when adults have fallen hire ade-
It is ntlll impossible
Mr. and Mrs. VV L.. SasHer were Baldwin were visiting Mr. and
"down on their responsibilities as educators," Mr. Hoover: weekend guesta of her brother- Mrs Floyd Rosier Wednesday quate help." He sold the place to wJfll 5

declared. "Oftentimes youths have been lured inbcrime in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs night; of last week. Ed Gross a retired railroad JtKtJ
because adults have failed to provide proper outlets V. H. Appleby, in Daytona Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Crosby engineer from Arkansas who expects AtIJ#
and upbringing. Too many cases of young of Mrs. Appleby accompanied them and Mra. Carter of Maxville to move on the place, with >

fenders reflect laxity in early discipline, indifference home to spend several days here were visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. his wife in the near future. Mr. tSdJfV!
G1l the part of parents, and neglect by the community.'" with Mrs. Sasser's and Mrs. Crosby Sunday. Gross plans to enlarge pres-
will not
ent but
Appleby's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Little Sherry Crosby, daughterof pecan grove
Pointing out the sharp rise in crime since the end {
Q J. E. Warren.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. William Crosby much general farming. *
the war Mr. Hoover reported that during 1945 a total I Mr. and Mrs. Carter have hada *
and Mrs. L. p. Rafuse had Is very ill\ at this writing. Everyone ,
if 1.565,541; major crimes were committed, an increase as guests Sunday Mr. Williamsof wishes her a speedy recovery.A new little home built for themselves -
the burglars, 61 per cent of the car thieves, 30 percent Green of Jacksonville. Sunnybrook attended revival ser- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and

of the rapists, 33 per cent of the robbers, and County Agent L. T. Dyer of vices at Wateroak church last Mrs.Worth.K. Mr.W. Parks Parks.Is a near successful Lake r t o:
more than 33 cent of the thieves week. The meetings were con-
per were youngsters Starke wall visiting Lawtey of that section.
under voting age," he stated. school Friday of last week. While ducted by the Rev. Flynn of produce Mr. Carter grower was born in Clay 1I& e J

The International Council of Religious Education,, here he examined the records of Starke shaw of and Lawtey.the Rev. G. E. Cut-! County, but had farmed his place

sponsor of the observance, is the cooperative agenc)! the Four-H Club. He was Hol-ac- W. R. Haislop, who la much Improved near Lawtey for the past 45 years.
companied by County Agent
through which 40, Prptestant denominations and 172:! of Union following Illness, made a His many Bradford County
state city and provincial councils of churches 'and religious loway County. trip to Jacksonville Saturday for i friends will wish him and Mrs. I
education of the Miss Mary Elizabeth Pringle of Carter well In their new home. because H'l
United States and Canada worh! Auburndale was the guest of her continued medical treatment. Full-strength yeast acts faster
in the field of Christian education. President of the Otis Crawford Mrs. Floyd Crosby -I
counsln Miss Clara Marie to
Council is the Hon. Harold E. Stassen, St. Paul, and Pringle, last week. She visited and Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Crosby DONUTS ROLLS fresh I Fleischmann's\ fresh active Yeast goes right
and children Sherman and tastier bread helps insun
treasurer fa James L. Kraft Chicago. the Thursday session of school. work-makes sweeter,
Jo and Tommie Cain PIES & CAKES HOME-
Mrs. Louis H. Hill eighth grade Beverly tender light texture. IF YOU BAKE AT
Mrs. Edward
Mr. and
were visiting
-4 teacher, spent Monday In Jackson- Cain in Gainesville Monday None are better use Fleischmann'a active, fresh Yeast

Can Use More ville.stituted Mrs.for the G. W.class.B. Roberts. sub night. than with the familiar yellow label. Depend- 1lLrr.......

44 Pulpwood time-tested favorite !!
C. Wainwright of Atlanta. able-America's '::.xUf:

OV WHITE TIMBER DKPT. Ga., was the guest of his parents,, I FLORIDA LIVRA TONELAXATIVE j Lappe Bakerymakes for over 70 .=.:'.;.::..
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wainwright, + 3'HX ,g.-pJr
Container Corp'n. of America. Fernandina. Fla. Saturday. .
Miss Clara Marie Pringle entertained THAT ATISriKCM p
several of her friends CAKES MADE TO ORDER
rear loM Now IIl
with a peanut boiling Thursday 1.Id.I JUI DrwP.,.,..

R. B. Alvarez & Son boiling.A.enjoyed night of. while last week.the peanuts Games were were I

Z. Futch of Quincy was the
Transfer & Storage Co. guest of his parents, Mr. and \Mrs\
S. J. Futch, Sunday.
Prayer meeting at the Baptist
Phone 179 Church Wednesday of last week

was conducted by the Rev. JenkIns Welcome
pastor of the Macclenny Bap-
We operate local and long tist Church.
Ifariaj and distance Friends of Mrs. Louise Starlingwill
Anywhere in
be glad to learn that she
the State of Florida. has returned to her home here
from a Jacksonville Hospital pause

Fast Careful Moving where she was serlously Ill.
Miss Marie Swantak of Philadelphia -
d .I is the guest of Mrs. J. L.
Harrell this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Forsythe and

family were weekend guests of .
JUST RECEIVED Mrs. Forsythe's brother-in-law .
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie
Southerland. in Lake Btuler.

; \'IP A1\ IEd' i17RdIvi
Guage 42 95c .-_. -=- ) .

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Ladies SHOES95c ,- ........., .-


'to $1.50 ,

Blouses & Skirts95c A DependableLife \ (

each I _Jfr7 .l fI
y p

Important in .n emer
Dresses 5.85
Rayon -
gency. You need dependable -

Automobile Insurance

Dungaree Pants, KhakiSizes I before an emergency occurs.

Buy it now I
30 to 40 $2.25Nick's

Charley E. JohnsAgency

Bargain HouseTWO Phone IS 8T.-\ KE, FLh. \. rJt

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....... .... lonUD UNO" AUTHOIITf at' TNt COCA.COL COMP..N"
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. COUNTY. FLOHIIIAl IN. C""N.I named Court and eai_ wS.ea
Public Warned 1 O TIC R
We're Doing All Right Thank YouBy 1.10:1&". plaintiff aeeka rtlvnrna.County .
Notice In hereby Blven that theunrternlitnetl Ernest Hudson rialntlff. ".. MaryHuilnon :: Telegraph shall .n:"- = 1
raham About Mailing are enraged In bun!-,I Defendant. Case No. BOOK.OHORH Order In next. four _lib war
Bill Duncan ntuntlor the flrtlttuun name of OF PVML.ICATION: I Witness my."..... and .Fri._
Forbidden Articles Tip' Top Super Market 1 located s ti I AND NOTICR Ttl PrKAH seal at Htarke Florida, tatar a.a .
John McKinney lit: 1 last mil St In the City ..fStttrki .
Nrw STATE OK FtAIKinA tot MarT list 1914.tOFMI'IAi.I
A few
visitors to Starke-salesmen transients-have! a
way *. Bradford County, Jo lorld... MttdiMm, whose residence !I. unknown -, ( !8KAt.! ) A. J. n..e..el i
. . e e Postmaster F. F. Stump has of dropping In on btiKlneMtnrn these days with a gleam of unit Intend to rfirlHter' the said flc- I As Clerk of raid C'a.....
ItliMia name In the Office. of the Jaclrminniev n...
You to J is Harrlenn
arc required
,, .i\M\ERSARY PARTY' received Instructions from J. J. curiosity In their rye, tempered with quirk njrnputhy and Clerk of the Circuit. Court, of Bradford i, September IS. 1944. In appear the above on | Ally for Plf a-III R .S
County, Pla. Mr. and Mr*. CX .
Esterllng Doran Chief Post -
Chispa Office Inspector ronxolatlon. of the town that I
,'e Miss They arc thinking wan publicize Nxnwrthv .and JV !IicMVer.SI4 .
to a of mother Washington D. C., requesting .*! In various metropolitan dalllm over the country, and N Walnut St. Htarke! Flit. ,
'' groupher that s-14 st '-1 ',
the the public again be reminded
t home In several national moKazlnew. and are wondering what lflike
Friday afternoon that certain types of materialsare EARL'S
iroughton. "now that the boom's gone." iruin IT COIMT. all 1FORP
week, the occasion being prohibited by law from the "01 Y'rb'.. FLollln Iv'' t'II4N.
I "BuitlnoNs slumping they auk, In that tone of voices intended .
mails. ('IoIIV.n"nJ..mln
birthday anniversary. One-Half Mite South of Starke <>n Red U
nth, to suggest that Starke roust be as dead an s tloilo. Greenwood. Plaintiff "e. '
played and sang The following Items are Hated Floilne Orre Defendant.ease
children and songs. Chiupa In the unmailable classification "ItuHlneBs not what It wan?" They sound heavy with condolence., Nn. 11008.OlnER .n w u o All Kinds of Auto Work

games lovely gift as and are the ones most commonly Not quite ..0. gentlemen. It's not what It wan. certainly OF PUBLICATION

.d many the occasion. apprehended by the post office If you're thinking about the be",,". And It's not what It was AND NOTICE TO APPKAH AlA WORKGUARANTEED I'SED W.-tn. ..........
,toes of STATE OF FLORIDA to! Florin
dining room table department: ) before the wear, cither, back when Camp handing teas a wasteland Dreenwood ....ho.. reeldenc I Ie unknown AITO FARTS DAY OK NKianWE
large .
with a grand birth- 1. Intoxicating beverages. of sand and palmettoe In theme slow, hot days of August Tou .. .
entered lire to r
topped with ten urn- 2. Inflammable matter such as business. Ii better there Is more traffic In the trertit, moremoney September 16 airsusd ... aInear.
ake herr matches lighter ) to double Monday, August 1fth. It4. In the BUY SELL and TRADE USED CARS
apers, a gift from fluid and other upend more In the bank and the populationof above named Court and oauae.

articles likely to cause fire the "ordinary" years In the SO'a and 10'.. Before army official wherein plaintiff. eeeka divorceHrailford
. following Graham school through absorption of moisture began Interestedly to can the environs of Klngnley Lake publish this County Order Telegraph In next shall four I

were invited to be withon or self Ignition through frictionor Starke" had less "UIOln1..8 Interest In the community's welfare weekly laauea. e
n spontaneous chemical 'Vltn..... my hand ant. official teal I
this occasion: Bobs lees ctlIty.. st Htarke, Florida, this August It

Aiha Watson Julian Waa- 3. Firearms such as revolvers As compared to 1940, the year 1046, In short, finds Starkea 1941. When Your Tires Are Slick Time to 'Recap!
Bylng- which are capable of being con (OFFICIAL, SEALA.. 7, Thomaa,
everly and Eugene better place In which to ll\e. Enjoying the natural assets In Aa Clerk of aald Court
Tommy Dyal cealed on the person. Hy Lucille C D. C.
|judy Casey. Its location two of the" State' tourist and truck Conner 5 RECAPPINGAN1
on leading .
Thy Hines Beverly 4. Ammunition and all other J. .M Jlarrlpon, Jacksonville, Kla.Atty .
and Betty explosives. route. It has the additional advantage of experience denied for fir. a-18| U 9., VULCANIZING'
fv BIllie and Bobbie Brough- I ALL SIZE TIKES
5. Obscene matter. moot townof similar population. It wa a teat sit the mettle IN I
and :Emily McKinney .R..I'.T (-oi HT. ilK U>vnitn
D .
Isabell McClellan 6. Poisons. and Ingenuity of our merchant to cope with business brought 4'OITY. ri.omixi IM IIIAN-: AND TUBES
Davis ('b:RY.
|rr and Kenneth Starling 7. Narcotic. by myriad worker who appeared' here within III space of a Karl Johns, Plaintiff va. Reulah 2t-lintlR SERVICE

and Bobble Young: Jeane 8. Extortion letters. f..w't'.k.*, and later. by the thousand of soldier whit frolicked Johns, Defendant t'.H. N... 5004.OHr .
, and Walter Ratcllff.s 9. Lottery and fraudulent mat- to town each weekend. There were lessons to b>> learned, and ANO NOTICE TO APPEAR: !

Broughton was assisted ter.An In the process liical businessmen acquired a certain unhurried STATE OF FLORIDA to Mra.neulah I, GRADE "A" RUBBER
Johns, 14 llurlork Street
wing the Ice cream and cake especial effort Is being ,' recepti\eneH, a commercial Insight which we believe. ', l.. the Buffalo ,New York Workmanship Guaranted

LmenU by Mrs. Essie Cros- made to impress this matter or mark of progressive. comrmmltlr You are required to appear on
the minds of young: people "If ttvptmndor III |ISIS In the above PHONE 79
Home-hunting manufacturer, houne builder and new farmers named Court and cause, wherein
at all possible we want to pre- -
plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford
Iiyone be to learn who single out Starke a* a town of unusual prospertaknow
will glad vent the disruption by criminal County Telegraph shall pulilleh: this
C. Davis of Waldo, of whereof they Kpeak. There! hate! been inquiries from. many Order I In next four weekly laauea.Vltneaa .
J. careers
|Mis. prosecution promising \ niv hand and official sent STARKE TIRE SERVICEAdjoining
Jormerly of Graham. is Im- for many youths, and avoid plac- iitateM. Th..re"1II be more.Keport at Sturke, Florida. this August 11

lij in St. Vincent's HospitalLksonville ing a stigma upon others who from sortie, of the "army camp town*" arouiiil the B4S..
OFFICIAL.( SEAL) A. J. ThomaaAa Av
following a ma- may not have been correctly informed country tell of |glues' built out of all proportion to their population Clerk of tald. Court Temple Garage Temple *.
My I.iulllB t.. ( .,nn..... D C
Rperatlon.ij with Starke -
end now a preponderance of empty More' T Frank l.andrum. Htarke. Fin .
onle Mae Starling was Foster Shi Smith principal of has fared ",'11. Atty fur Plf. 8-U (t 9IX -

Jung in Jacksonville Monday. BHS discussed this matter at a As fur current business! a* a matter of fart It Is good

pday guests of Mr. and Mrs. school assembly meeting last Merchant disclose there. I III no slump Rather than a|>|troacn- .. ClllCtir fl>t HT II"'IIU UNDERSTANDINGthe

J Davis were their son, J. C., week.
ink an old-time level sales are substantially satista'tnry.Relations economy management make upa
and Jlmmie
{children Betty
primary quality/ our Service' which
Iraldo Buryl and Pat Casey --- -- .
"--- --- -------
Wasdln. Welfare Clients Now Serving A Full ii Jniicatut to the affair and nretl vf

Bobby p. W S. Bushloper of Green Receive $131,880Here Between Parents and Children Line of Regular Din

[i parents Springs here was Monday the guest nightTuesday of Last Year Are of Great Importance to NationRight ners Short Orders and hereat'emenl.'t'(

L. A. Pennoldi, Member of the I relations between children -, "honor" carries with It a great Sandwiches

ert Davis was a businessr District 5 Welfare Board a n and parents have much todD many things but perhaps the DEWITT C. JONES

10 Jacksonville Tuesday. nounced today that he had been I with the peace and prosperityof : 'three outstanding; diem ton"" are A Clean Quiet AMBULANCE SFHVICR
a community and a nation. respect obedience and affection.
of Louise State Welfare Com-
fck and Hazel Eddy advised by
Albert and Basil Davis attl missioner Leland W. Hiatt that, Experience has demonstrated that I Our Lord Jesus Christ, who Is. Hate To Eat Funeral Director
to be true but even more basic Is the Saviour and then the Example
school to Bradford
I the how at Brooker cash payments I BTARKK PHONE! 7
of assist the fact that it Is In accord with of believers, presents a
hiy night. County recipients
the promise of God. j beautiful pattern of true obedience .
for the fiscal year ended IXIE Our local funeral home enable us to
One of the sad breakdowns In to this commandment The ;
30 totaled 13188050. Of offer conveniences and tervnta not
June ;life Is that of proper honor and fact that Jesus was'God manifestin .
Hiatt had stated, otherwise' available.
this amount, obedience to parents by children\ the flesh only enhanced his CAFE 9

TCH $108,504.50 was paid to recipientsof In all too many homes God's conduct. He who Is divine pre _
Old-Age Assistance. $4,221.50to I We furnish the highest type service at the lowest prtc a(
order has been reversed and Instead sents an example of obedience anelconllld..ration
recipients of Aid to the Blind 103TKMPI.E accept ANY life Insurance policy In force. |Issued by ANT cw_
ou tormented with itching of honoring and' obeying : both as boy and
sect< and $21,154,50 to recipients of Aid : ""E. In part or in full on a funeral. Cun..liauUaa
"is., paorlaHla rashes I n their parents children (both man which we do( well to emulate. pasty an payment

L.thl nr te'other" not externally, eruptlona. ,caused rectala to Dependent Children. young and old) have taken the' We are the children of our parents Open Sundays 12-1) I*. !M. carries. no obligation.

troubles For quick relief and Both the State Welfare Board place of "boss," and mother and as long as we and they live. I. _
''remiltn VICTOR OIXTT. : -
, Developed use for the. ,boys In and the District Welfare' \ Board father must obey if they want One marvela at the carelessnessand
Xrmy. now offered to the folks Mr. Reiinolds "said were pleased peace and rest. hardness of heart that will

I hcime Whit., anreaseleaa. ,chlA an-!- that larger Legislative appropri- As 'children of God (Of we are permit men and, women who ;
t m" Safe for babies or ,
name. you can't forget, ations In 1945 had made it pos- such) through Jesus Christ the have time and money for everything TWO REGIONAL[u] FAVORITES YOU'LL I ENJOY

uKY lube OINTMENT-the or Jar finest. sible to relieve much of the Increased first and most Important consid- else to neglect their aged

Kohl' !.. Pork. br need of the aged and eration to come( before UII Is, Whatis parents. .

[4 ClIIPKN iitoimuo" 1'Kir. *. KO sroitKSXPERT< TI'M I blind resulting from higher living! the mind and will of the Makerof 1 Children, "honor they father -:."..:' .:' ...- I

costs and reduced Incomes. He us all regarding this matter of and thy mother: that thy days "-i"i!i,,1

I explained however, that although the relation between parents and may be long upon the land which r .yS ACceLO'R1DA

appropriations for Aid to Dependent children? His words are plainwe -- the Lord thy God glveth thee". ;,. ... ,,w ..3.s.yea. -

I Children were larger funds are to "honor" our fathers (Exod. 20:12): ), chop l qr wv .'voili ti
investigation and our mothers This word Moody Bible Inntltuta.Carpenter's ; +' r HsSscti1 ,er.-"
had not permitted _-- cupOlic.et 2.0' F4"e.ww?
e of new applications filed after -- -- --- U.. lout* uncooked tu *** C.T i iv i lf<"
30. Applications for I I tbep'- pork
q Old-Age Assistance and Aid to groan ..a1aX:CeSfiS. oonmatoe. fer; ,. rl .

the Blind are Investigated onpractically Letter BoxThe i GfT THE 9 teats o Top.

a current basis. SPEEDY S/RE w fil\ peppel js a aliee i o ssa psSS? : xr'p(;

I.ap Higher! cost of living, loss of RELIEF OR ACPlNPCESTION and co..r olP.**\.d -boP ; : -*;I r i ij
not following\ an "open rice tbi c'--' .nee rand. << atO U yoke '
t. by persons
;. wartime Jobs ter" to A. L Martin Area Real I with a _" ft" Onion : s
employed and discon- U. S. -- a. yla"' ..,..,tu r ,! 3+
normally Estate Manager of the ehallow4e \owna\o .all and with toasted fs !

ERVICEChas. tinuance of military allowanceswere Corps of Engineers, which the I pepPs"rink\e ontr S.e 1A< F t'
as I' asked to publish t i and ;
cited by Mr. Rennold Telegraph has been I cbopllO'.." Y. lot sal'ad --, *'
why the number : I II 1 :' 1 at favorite TtcmV- H.Tg&ff& 7rrri- Si'M t tBeet.
C. principal reasons 6, 1943 1 I Yaur biro I'i '
assistance I Sept. M 10\la tour. hi. de' l'NQ' illllill's'1'
and need of public Mr. A It. Martin I 1 Sefvmyled SS,00orlda. tot

Shepherdt recipients had increased duringthe Area Real Estate ManagerU. Send ubl'ulhed. ,
\, te
1A11.n.1acksanvill c\pe.
Conversion and inflationary I S. Corp of Engineers | ( ,\ U P "M+ ,
t gestion-
Service Station Ave. Y
575 Riverside '
Store ) << : its .
period Jacksonville Fla.I Drug f tof s e R
I I II : rJ.je
Dear Sir: S!>>
have Just read the news Item -,

in the Sept. 6 Issue of the Florida j II IIal
Times-Union to the effect that ( J

S.000 buildings at Camp Blanding

WiPJ are to be sold. This Is surprising r'pc'Y

\\0 'information as It has been generally '

understood that this camp j
I was to be saved intact and ready i ito

house 40.00O troops In the "| J

event of another threatened war I II %

c& I There should be NO further 4-
or propertythat
ales of equipment
still remains at Camp Blan- HOWDY FOLKS: Have you fe wi f,> VeJ

ding until Congress: has appropriated heard the new definition of a kSw.i <&*J.

the money to replace such bachelor man who hasn't

equipment and property with per made the same mistake once.

again! nextsummer I' manent Due to construction.the lessons of warfare Can't *.y a.. we) blame the

I the armed forces, as well sj Uwj fellow who >al
j public have learned from the "I'd rather hiss my wife than

J I damage done In Japan and Europe _t."

--- -- 1 that Camp BlandIng should "Shy, l.. she that alluring. I.J: cciorw DELICIOUS jJ BE R!
I construction ,
with underground "
be rebuilt ".Vi., she'. KIM-II a punk C't....
I for mesuhalls movies,

: Remember the admiring glares your* athletic centers churches. Post Of course we don't agree with Com thing! tells us you'll go for these taste-tontolii-

Afresh, crisp, colorful apparel got.IM these | Exchanges warehouses, hospitals that but we do know that ing Florida Haystacks just as something tells yarn

summer'; Now's the time to put I and power houses as well a. bar- common sense will tell you to tde' flavor will be more predominantly perfect whe.
our 1 the 8.000
same preciousnwemoes th Fodor rack The hutments ( drIve In here when you want there's of JAX Beer added to this delightful
er des. buildings that are to be sold) are prompt courteous auto- ervlc: plenty

freshening cleaning ( easily moveable for dispersal if attention. We take car of oJ' regional meal.

troying, f a b ric the dividends of our this. area gets under a certain your wants In a Jiffywe'reon \ The test is taste and distinctive Southeastern

process. Reap nest summer.y I general. or left where they are the job whenever you need '. / tastes find true, satisfying/ goodness in JAX, the mellow -
cleaning added and re-
dry metal roof .. ,..
lapecial today. with u.
having clothes cleaned by us ''pa nted. The camp personnel Drink'of Friendship. JAX Beer is brewed with the

(40,0001( could then live on the GULF OIL PRODUCTS utmost care .to bring out the qualities that make it a

'surface when there Is no danger $dr 't'l great regional beverage a grand companion i.

I I 1 of air Yours attack.very patriotically. Waahin Polishing intrb;, l your favorite foods an enjoyable thirst-quencher

PHONE 135 ;Merton: F. Clark. Greasing ; t., when served just by itself.U' .


I The longest word In the BibleIs Service Station
Mah r-ihalal-
Owner a boy's name.
hash-baz. This U given In the 11 I Phone 179

f.rst verse of the eighth chapter

I of latab.I .



FOUR ___ _____ _____,______,--- -, __ r.a a
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-- ----Woman's 0 Club Launches Activity Plan Junior Club 'Ladies Auxiliary ---:0-']

I.r i iSOCIETY and CLUBS ,At First Meeting of New Fall SeasonThe Met Last WeekThe Met TuesdayThe I : "

Club of Ladles Auxiliary of ,
Starke Woman's Club held port of the progress! of their com Junior Woman's I / \ '

Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Farewell Party Its first meeting of the new club mittee. A report was also made'. Starke held Its regular meeting First Presbyterian Church > I : 'h
I I 5, at 8 p. m. In its rpgular monthly
Wom Thursday
which the
afternoon.The regarding a play ,
last Wednesday
Are Honored GuestsAt For Miss BrownleeMiss year I meeting last Tuesday afternoon ,
: meeting was called to order I en's Club will present In cooperation the club building. ,

Buffet SupperThe Janet Anderson was! hostess by the new president, Mrs. R. A. with the Rotary Club I The meeting was called to order the meeting Sunday was School presided building.over i 1 II

Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'- Green, and the minutes of the sometime during February. I by the president, Miss Lucille E. Stansbury in the ; '' t

home of Mr. and Mrs. N. ', clock at a Coca-Cola party at the previous meeting were presentedby Mrs Edward Burns, chairman Mitchell. After the Club Collect Mrs. O.of the Mrs. I .r

E. Taylor of Worthington Springs,I home of her parents Mr. and the secretary, Mrs. W B. of the committee, presented Mrs. and Flag Salute were given, the sence Duncan. Mrs.president B. C. :.

was the scene of much festivity I Mrs. J. L. Anderson, on north Sewell. A communication waa read O. L. Beasley, who made her report reports of the committee chair- G. "

on Thursday night, Aug. 29, when. Cherry street The gathering wasa from A. J Thomas thanking the regarding beautification in men were heard. dorf, chairman of the manse

they entertained with a buffet I farewell party for Miss Madge. club In behalf of the Baptist the city. She outlined plans of The club voted to help continuethe mittee, reported that new

supper in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Brownlee, daughter of Mr. and Church for use of the club buildIng the committee toward sponsoring support of the public library had been built for the manse.

Elton Taylor. I Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, who left on September 1 when they entertained a clean-up week, planting treeson and the librarian. The members decided to

Upon arrival, each lady was Wednesday for Montreat, N. C., in honor of the second the school grounds, and beauti- Plans were made to help the the time of the Auxiliary IN:0

given a wristlet of flowers as a I where she will attend Montreat anniversary of their minister, fying the city this spring by hav- senior Woman's Club with,the reception meetings to the last Friday In !

favor by Mr. Taylor. The tables: high school. Rev. Lewis D. Haines, who has ing the residents plant petunias, to be given for GeneralWainwright month Instead of the
were gay with vari-colored flow- been of the church: for the trees about Tuesday Mrs. IS. M. Davis
The rooms uaed for this! oc- pastor redbud and dogwood and also to help the
era and the buffet table was covered : casion re attractively decorated past two years. A letter was also town. Legionnaires with the barbecue at a letter which had been
with a lovely')iand-crochete4: read from the local post of by the Auxiliary from a
with cut summer flowers pot- Mrs Burns then presented Mrs. the Veterans'. Homecoming Celebration '
cloth. A beautiful cake, topped I ted plants, and the youthful host- the American Legion requestingthat Edward 0: 'Pfaff, 'state chairmanof boy In Holland, thanking .
with bridal was served Of the. club cooperate for a box that he had .
a ,slipper, the members :
eita-; assisted1'-by' her mo her and forests, parks, and.waterwloy"who \ After the business meeting, a
following supper, and the slipperwas I with the Veterans' Home- talk containing: food and :
Miss Doris Moncrief of the a moat interesting contest
by gave interesting concern: j
very which had been sent the
later to the hon- by
presented Celebration on September
State Farm, served the guests to the members of the club. Mrs.I ing home and its needs was enJoyed -
oree as a memento of the occa-' 28. The club treasurer's reportwas will be liar)'.
'I Coca-Colas! dainty ope n-face Pfaff anounced that there I by the members. Miss

sion.A. sandwiches, sugar wafers and presented by the treasurer, a meeting of the state board on Louise Stern had the highest lit! CIRCUIT COl'RT.COl'NTY. BR )"

king and queen to rule over mints. Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy. October 9th and 10th at Panama I,score and was presented with a CKiir.Rdna FI.OH1UAI IN

the evening's festivities were selected The hostess presented Miss Reports from the various vice- City. I,lovely apron as a favor. L.t'norft Snow Morris,
lot and Mrs. Wesley second T. Morris,
by presidents followed. The rift VH. Ralph .
Brownlee with lingerie as a memento Jesse Harris Jr., gifted young The hostess committee composed Can No. 6058
Roberts crowned and
was queen vlce-prexldent, Mrs. J. M. Smith
of the occasion. Jacksonville pianist, then presented of Mrs. James Dennis, Mrs. H. ORDER OF PUBLICATION
Duster Rahn king.In reported that the club was co- the delight STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ralph
Those enjoying the afternoon several selections A. Bishop Jr., and Miss Frances Morris, whose residence and I
Mrs. Jim PTA in the
of bunco, with the
a game with the hostess and honoree operating of the group. Mr. Harris is Peek served refreshments of Ice dress I 1M 603-84-G1, U. 8. Naval r> I
Mott high prize, and Mrs. check-up of first grade
student at
were Miss Barbara Moore of Law- now a medical cream and cookies.Farewell --
Roberts and Miss Velalr It also reportedthat
Wesley I children. waa .
tey, Hisses' Moncrief and June University.New
Dampler low.PrelJent the Junior Woman's Club
Caldwell of the State Farm; and members elected by the
to enjoy the evening would assist with the entertain- Dirmer WARNINGS j
Misses Joan Carpenter, Jo Ann club at the meeting were: Mrs. Dangerous 15 Mile Journ
ment at the Veteran's Celebrationand
with the hosts and honor guests
Dinkins, Chick McDonald, Frankie the Guy Andrews, Mrs. A. Y. Covington For Two HonoreesMisses
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Rahn contributed to raising
were Morgan, Peggy Ann Wiggins, of Mrs S. .I K. Sparks, Mrs. L. P.Dlnklns. The 15 miles of Kidney tubes through which urine
and Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Harrison funds for paying the salary Lilian tnoii!,
Idell Landrum, Vivian McRae, Mrs. C. G. McGriff, and Evelyn and Stump comes a dangerous road when these tiny passages Eeeook
of Raiford Mr. and Mrs. Wlnt- the librarian.
; were Joint hostesses last Monday with poisonous
Alice Lappe, Marian Brown and Mrs. R. A. Weeks. ged sedimentary accumulations! Ifneeleew
fret Hazen. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. The third vice-president, Mrs. North result In
Mrs Lyle Anderson. evening at their home on may nagging backache loss of pep and RW
Thomas, Mr: and Mr*. Buster L. A. Canova, reported that all Walnut Street with a chicken pains! In arms and legs. Scanty or frequent passage and hn

Rahn, Mr. and i Mrs. L. A. Mott, of her committees were workingand Mrs. Scott HostessTo dinner In honor of Miss Lucile sensation when urine passes may be your Warning Sinto

Mrs. Jim M4>tt. Mrs Eldon Hardy, that plans are being made WCTU MembersThe Mitchell, who left this week for a I quickly to relieve this condition, before harmful damage*,_
and John Mott all of Brooker Follow the of thousands
; practice who .
for adding to the finances of the visit in New York City, and Miss get relief within
DRAKE Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Brown, Mr. E. Canova, chair Union of hours by taking KIDNO-FLUSH. Ask your druntt
club. Mrs. Paul Laura H. Scott Audrey Carlisle, who also left
and Mrs Amos Howard Mr. and now.
man of the house committee, reported the WCTU held its regular this week for San Francisco
SIGN SERVICE Mrs C. D. Newbern, Mr. and Mrs.R. that of aft- Stop Kidney Trouble with KIDNO-FLVSII All DniJi
a general cleaning monthly meeting last Friday where she will attend the Uni-
T. Taylor, Mr and Mrs. Wes- the club building Is in progress.A ernoon at the home of Mrs. W. A. versity of California this fall.
Signs of all Kinds Roberts of and
ley Worthington
report from the chairman of Scott of North Temple Avenue. s
The of the home
dining room
Miss Valalr Dampier of Gainesville -
333: Call StStarke the membership committee Mrs. The business! meeting was con- was attractively decorated with OUR

J. M. Mitchell, revealed that she ducted by Mrs. Scott, in the absence -I arrangements of double marigolds -

plans to have a representative of the president, Mrs. O. E. i
and the table was covered
from each church on the com Stansbury. A devotional programwas
with a lovely white lace cloth.
mittee. The chairman of the press! conducted by Mrs Noble i MEAT CURINGROOM

Now Is The TimeTO committee, Mrs. Lewis D. Haines White, the theme of which was, Those present to enjoy this delightful
affair with the hostesseswere
reported that the committee plansto "drink." The Union voted to
send notices of each meetingof have the WCTU certificate framed : Miss Mitchell, Miss! Carlisle -

BUY the club to members and also and placed In the home of the Miss Della Rosenberg, and

presented.In to announce. the program to be president.An! election. of officers will take I Miss! Frances Peek. OPEN OCT. 15 To Cure Your'MeaCOLD

behalf of the program com- place at the next regular meetingand St. Mark's AuxiliaryMet
Your Fall Outfit mittee, Mrs. Edward Burns,
all members are urged to be I Tuesday at CenterThe
chairman, presented the new present. The place of the meeting

very attractive Year Books to Is not known and will be an- Women's Auxiliary of the

I .. each member of the club. Appreciation nounced at a later date. St. Mark's Episcopal Church held STORAGE LOCKERS
was extended to her
The meeting was adjournedwith its regular monthly meeting Tues-
Come in and See for such excellent work. '
( prayer offered by Mrs. Noble day afternoon at the Service Cen-
The social committee asked that
White. ter. Thr Rev Fred G. Yerkes, FOR Now
each member of the club resolveto RENT
Our.Selection' unite and work together Toward acting rector of the church, was ,
present to talk with the group
t boosting the success of the WSCS To Meet J ;;0-- '
., The Devotional program was conducted FROM $2 TO $4 PER MONTHSTARKE
f Veterans' celebration. Mrs. W. R.
'of -0
I, by the president, Mrs. .f .
,1'". Morse, fourth vice-president, reported The Woman's Society of Chris-
Mattie P. Gahagan, and was fol-
that Is being tian Service of the First Meth-
progress odist Church will hold Its month-i lowed by a short business meet-
made toward for construct-
Coats & Suits plans I Ing. Plans were discussed for the
ly combined business and program1meeting
ing a memorial library In the club
I church to continue to the Co
building. The Woman's Club will Monday afternoon at sponsor ICE
assume complete responsibility for 3:30: o'clock In the church. j i Service Center which affords recreational
Sweaters & SkirtsA facilities for the teen
the completion of the library, hon The program will be presentedby
of the town. The
oring the war dead. Circle Number One, of which I i age group
decided that the
The special committees then Mrs A. W. Anderson Is chairman, group projectwas

Small Deposit Will Hold Any Item made reports Mrs. W. B. Sewell and, Mrs. W. E. Middleton, president most worthwhile and they
will continue to aid and
and Mrs. O. L. Beasley, who are of the society, will cooperateIn

in charge of the reception for side over the business session.Well this activity. New ArrivalsWE

I General Wainwright, made a re- pre-\I Ic Delicious refreshments were
Robbins'CARPENT'ER'S l served by Mrs. Joe '''Hoover with
I Mrs. Della Hoover assisting. HA VE JUST RECEIVED nil

.. : JiL4frLt/tr : Mrs. Silcox HostessTo SHIPMENT OF THE MOST BEAITI

__00 __ WMU CircleCircle '
One of the Baptist WMU

well Now that the big away with the locale, accordingto I last held Tuesday Its regular afternoon monthly at meeting the SELECTIONS YOU COULD SEE BE

election Is over maybe we can all a letter Just received here by
home of Mrs. D. L. Silcox. A
get our minds back In the rut again his parents Writes he: "I FORE THE WAR.
worship program was held under
and resume work-at least, can never forget some of the
I the direction of Mrs. L. O. Powell,
take pleasure In announcingthat I hope so Don't know but things I've seen. Bermuda is like the
I theme of which was centered
what It's a good idea, every now another world and I think It must
around the 20th Chapter of Pro
and then, to have a good, red hot be the moot attractive one pos Ladies Gent'sn

they now carry Issue something you can get i sible. It la very quaint and old. also verbs. The business meeting was
I conducted
by Powell,
\ your teeth Into-to snap us out fashioned The water Jade ,
who Is
the leader of the circle.
the ",orld-I mo... of our doldrums and renew our I green and, so soft that it's unbelievable I Ii I A very pleasant social hour was

Interest In things political .1 i there Is not much
enjoyed and Mrs. Silcox
Orchids to the girls who worked surf and the swimming is the'I was
assisted by Mrs. Vernon
so hard at the polls Thursday,' most heavenly I've ever done 'I, Silcox in
urging all-comers to vote for the the serving the group. About seven
sand feels like velvet and Is, members
Health Department Understand coral pink. The people are very' pate in the were present to partici- .
Gayle Sewell really took easy-going, many are English,

the Job ultra-seriously and did and others from all parts of the I

r some good sales-talking duringthe world" Paul made the trip Recent Births

.1 afternoon hours Oh well. by boat and was there when I

'twas a good fight, and I can't President Truman visited the Islands I ELJZABKTII ANN JOYNER I

4 1 I see any use In spoiling any beautiful Sounds to me like the Mr. and Mrs. Noel Joyner of JEWEL 17Precision JEWEL

\" friendships Just because of a Bermuda Chamber of Commerceshould I Starke announce the arrival of a

\ \. difference of opinion sign Paul up to write Its daughter Elizabeth Ann, on Precision Movement 1larfm!
\ Tuesday, September 3, at St.
advertising .
\\0' Surely wa thrown for a loss I I Luke's Hospital' in Jacksonville 47.50

"to. ,. Wednesday when Billy Smith Nice gesture on the'part of the Mrs. Joyner will be remembered 57.50

"\. \.,to. brought by a letter Just received Jr. Woman's Club members: presenting -I I as the former Miss' Jewell Red

,,\. ,,. from the Thorn family stating their president Luclle dish. ..

\' that son Phillip was stricken with Mitchell with a Helena Ruben. I

\.'"\\ polio on Labor Day He's now stein make-up kit upon her de- Starke Mr., girl and, Aug.Mrs 26th.R. B. Bryant. All Watches Carry Our

In the Station Hospital Fort parture for New York

Leavenworth, Kansas, and a day afternoon wedne.-I I Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Adkin,

\ bushel basket of cards and letters Rosenberg, and Lois Perryman all Starke, boy, Aug. 30th. "American Guarantee

.' from his old friends In Stake boarded the Silver Meteor at the I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moseley Way"Shop

would doubtless do much to perk same time. Gotham bound I Lake Geneva,boy (Francis Louis),:

up his feelings The Thorns Another notable departure: Aud- : Aug. 30th.

Created Midi all the ,.. write: "They started the Kenny rey Carlisle! off last week for a t Mr. and Mrs G. L Lovell,

talent, knowledge and experience of packs on him Wednesday and although little more "book-learning" to be I Starke, boy (Harold Leroy)., Sept. Starve' Finest Jewelry St<*

I HXUHA nuBmamif-tireless dealt. and colorexpert they're not a cure they absorbed at the University of ,2nd. at
'" give him much relief. So far he California Julia Winkler Mr.
Discover for ( ) I and Mrs, Harold "Kite Jewelry-
yourself why women e( has weakness In his 'right arm Masters varied the routine somewhat Starke, girl (Julia Elizabeth for Quality Gifts in

I swear by PUTEUJUZa sac# Cut as left Its and abdominal muscles, this week Instead of exhibiting ,I Sept. 3rd. ),

: their al-Yoand) cream. 1.00.Why they use but the doctor says that unless an unusually large hen I Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Gifts for Every Occasion

I the glamorous CBXAM rvn 7OU11D.TiON-1,50' something else develops within egg, she was showing friends a Starke, girl Gale GUhooly,
six he will be able Elaine),, Sept
months to miniature one, about the size ofa
I How the sparkling colon of HelenaRubinstein
participate In athletics und other healthy marble and laid by a 5th.Mr.

I s dreamy-smooth LIPSTICKS school actlvflhea?'*xv?rMuch sympathy white leghorne hen and Mrs., Bogue Wynn,

I flatter. 1.00. Just three of the many I from Call' Street to this Starke, girl (Patricia Ann), Sept.

I Helena Rubinstein beauty aids, world-famous likeable family who made many Haven't been back from my va- 9th. Harley F. Stro

because do friends here during their USO cation long enough to find out Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cowart
something you. days much "low down" yet but will Starke girl Sept. 7th.
I 71 l941
-- try to give you a full and com- Mr. and Mrs. D. 8. Alvarez, Camp Blanding, Jeweler Since

I Hear that Paul Knight has been plete report In the next So Rt 3, Starke boy Sept. 8th. Starkf.PAGE f1

doing a "t-gf basking In the long, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. 137 W. Call St.

.. .-- Bermuda(; sun and Is quite carried Anderson'
-Carolyn. Starke girl Sept. 8th.



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LOCAL 'N Miss Madge Brownlee left Wednesday -' Mr. and Mra. Lonnie D Sullivan oidance with Notice of Special''Atte K I. Peek Jr I

IiTS of WS'I I for Black Mountain N. C., 'I will leave Sunday for a two h M%<-i>tliiit the of 1'.I the
where she will enroll In Montreat weeks' vacation trip at St. John under authority of the Hoard of i it 1948 U1 SEAT COVERSAll

High School at Montreal College.She I New Brunswick, Canada. They >irect' ,.rn. by mailing1 the usual! I ...
and Mrs. T. W. notice to each said stockholder and,1 IS'IRCI Ii' iniiir. mt nFoHi .
c W Brown son Caruthers daughterof was accompanied by her par- wilt visit with Mrs. Sullivan's sis further by publishing a copy of 1'111'r), ....OIU.1 IS 11155- ',
urn Brown and daugh- the Rev. and Mrs. W. J. ents Mr. and Mrs H. L. Brownlee ter Mrs. W. D. MacDonalJ. .>ld notice In the llrailfiiril County |I KHV.'.
Telegraph, a newspaper of generalIr'nlnt sid HUV MHhnffov. rininnrr. vi'
Frl- Churchwell left
Marge Brown spent Monday for who will proceed to Washington I Mrs. Lonnie D. Sullivan spent < I ton In llrnitford OmntyJ I I"r..ld.I..:... Mahaffey. lefendsntCase .
with the Rev. and Mrs. Miami where she will Join her D. C., where they will visit several -' Tuesday In JacksonvilleMiss Florida, once a week for four. conMerutlve No. 6000t1H11Kll
M week to the date of
urchwell enroute on their husband and resume her duties days with the Rev and Mrs. raid which meetingniiiri UK PrlU.ICATIONANlt
Maude :sewell of Temple, meeting at "
I e
as teacher In the Dade i thi'ee-fotirtliH of the )I
County Chandler Stith. than .
tl' Ga., la spending a few days this 8TATK OK Kl.oltlv\| FreldnItllssa
otitMnmllnir capital stork of said Y
d I Mrs. H. D. Sheldon reto system. J. Maurice Edward, Jr., left week as the guest of Mr. and bank wim represented either In and address Mnh"ff in.'y.Union 1 whose Urnvi remldonci. 'NoKhCnrullnn.
starke Tuesday after Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Manlre last week for Marlon Ala. wherehe Mrs. W. B. Sewell. pciMoh or l hy proxy nnd voteduniinlMioUHly. .
I that is > a vote o(
several weeks at their have recently moved from Hampton will attend Marlon Military In. I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Houxer and more than three.fourh! of all I It* I I You ors rtinlred| lo appear onOctober .
U. 1H4 In the
Lt Mich. Mr. to Starke. atitute. He stark, til, amend' Article 11nf said .... Work GaaraalraiWARD
Hillsdale was accompanied by children Jean and Al of Flat chartei. by reilucln the par valueof '' Court and ..." wherein
/recently bought property I MrsF.. A. Moore of Gainesville his father who returned this week Rock Ala., spent several days last the capital Mock nf until Imnk plaintiff Telegraph seeks il Ivor shall re,ntthll IlradfordCounty ".h SEAT I.

8 wley which he Is develop- will spend this weekend with her : Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty I week with Mr. Marjorie Colley. lays from the iIOO.OO mini of to One the Hundred um Hol of Order In. next. four weekly .....u..thl.\)\

slater, Mrs. J. B. Sapp. spent Monday night In Gainesville They were accompanied to Starke Tw n'-'Iv.| Dollar (135.00) ....rIIhll.e. .1 Witness my hand Mud official. COVER CO.
seal at Ktnrke, Florida, thin September .
RE K perryman left WedIfdr Mrs. W. E. Bradley and son I,visiting Mr. and Mrs. Milton St. I by Mrs. J. F. Houxer and Jerry It. "44. I .
The resolution Iheptockholder 11TATal1
adopted by fl \\ NKRV1CK' "'
New York ,City where Leo and granddaughter Elaine Petr Colley who have spent the past In a* follows, OFFICIAL. HKAI.: ) A. J. .Tn..'' ....,

\ visit her son and daugh' I Sykes of Miami are spending several Mrs. C. A. Futch and son Mack abc, weeks visiting with them In UK holders IT HKSU.VK1 of this Hunk by that the Article mock T An Frank ClerU l.of)>iHlriini sold Court, Mlarke, Fla., 1! Phone 10 ("...rt A l'flat...

|w, Lt. (Jg) and Mrs. E.' days this week with Mrs. J. spent Tuesday in Jacksonville, Alabama.For lit nf the present charter cif this I Ally for I'lf. 8-13 It. 10-4 .

Jr. B. Sapp and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin and home portrait. are T. H.O.b..n8. Hunk be amended., no that In lieu. .
yman of its .
present language mi Id Article
W, E. Middleton had as Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ensor of Jacksonville Mra. Carrie Ritch spent Tuesday Sad on page 4. Shall read a* f".h'.1Tb. : WE DUPLICATE KEYS
thla week herMrs. spent last Sunday with in Jacksonville. 1 .. amount lIt the cnpltnl stork
days Miss Leola and
'several of said
corporation shall be
: i. Mae Jones and sis- Mrs. Ensor's mother Mrs. Bertha I' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Torrea of daughter Nancy of San Benito Twentv-fl\e Thousand. Holliirn r. --e' ACCURATELYWHILE'YOUVAlT
Pearce. Miami were weekend guests of 4l5nnoOO. which" may he Increap.ed .
Mrs. R. Q. Dowling Texas were house guests last ,
aW, from tliue to time, according
Will Dowllng, all of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy Mr. and Mrs. R. A Green. week of Mrs. Marjorie Colley. to law to ba divided Into l.OAll
r. Jr., have returned home after' Mrs. T. N. Kendrick recently shares of the value of
vine, Mr. and Mrs. John Sale of MadIson Twenty.five Ii 0I I\'r\ : :
spending summer at their cottage returned from a month's visit each a mirplu of Ten ThoiiHiiml, LET US REIWILI) YOUR OLD BICYCLE
I.\L: Guaranteed perman- on Kingsley Lake. 'I with relatives In Goldsboro Troy, spt-nt last weekend at KinKs n..III1I10.00fl.(0), and .a Rtock.holder .
11I3 at Leila's Beautynd ley Lake with their eon and reserve fund depimlt. of
p. Mrs.
Ruby Johns, Mrs. R. J. and
N. Clover
I Raleigh and Two
Thousand Five
Davis and Misses Idalou and Mar. S. dnughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dollars, all to lie. paid In llnnilred cnnhKUHlln BIGGS I & BAKER Store .

Mrs. H. L. Fuller will Jorle Davis spent Tuesday in C.Mr.. and Mrs. Juntas M. Smith Sale. flASK AT HTAnKfi Bicycle
week to return to I Mra. Lloyd H. Lewis of Wil- Htarke.. Florida' I I.
faext Jacksonville.Mrs. .
spent the weekend at Daytona .
ruler home In Tennessee. J. E. Futch left Thursday I Beach with Mr. and Mrs N. mington. Del., left Thursday after I J-y lV Its H.. Sewell.SRAM I'rssldenl' 12S W. Call St. STARKE. FUL.

has lived In Starke for spending several days here with (
her to spend several weeks In Lakeland Sternberg. I

t foul or five years while I[ visiting her sister Mrs. T. Maj. and, Mrs H. C. Wall and I m.r sister Mrs. T T. Long.
Mr. and :Mrs. L. G. .
Biier was In service. Most N. Limbaugh. children of St Augustine are I

Itime she was employed byTarke | Mr. and Mrs L. A. Davis returned -I spending this week at the Week's of Mr.Fernandtna and Mr.visited A J. Monday Anderson FREE Delivery EASY Terms I

Dry Cleaners and recently from a month'svacation cottage on Kingsley Lake.
I with Mr. and Mra. L. A. Davis I
I In Ashville N. C. Mr. and Mra. H. L. Speer and
Mrs. Edna Gllstmn who has been
daughter. Betty of Paholtee spent r

Saturday night with Mrs. Spcer's visiting Mrs. Eula Whlgham for Layer Felt Mattresses 25.95 I
I brother-in-law and sister. Mr. the past several weeks left FrIday I -
to return to her home In Laki-
OICE PIANO I and Mrs. R. A. Green. I Inserted In Mallrea in Layer

Friends of Mrs. Miriam Kick- land.Mr.

I liter will regret to learn that she and Mro llarlan Burgett Prevent Formation of Lumps 1
of Gainesville are spending a
| : CANNES at her home
ULQU-LA was painfully Injured
short vacation with Mm. liur- AI.SOIANY: OTIIKIt SKI.KCTIONS: :
last Friday when she fell and(
( ett's patents Mr. and Mrs. W. Crather. '
broke her wrist. It will be necessary
announces Mr. Burgett Is now stationed -
for her hand to be In a
cat for several months. at the Univeraily of Flor- Baby Electric Clocks

Registration for Private Voiceor For wedding portrait" see T. II.Oslmine. Ida.Mrs.. L. G. Powell returned last 4.95'plus iai !

Piano Lessonst See al on page 4. week after spending a two weeks. I
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vlning and
Mra. Jos. E. Wilson left Fridayto vacation in the mountains of Carriages I :
North Carolina and Tennessee.Powell s High-back Oak Porch Rockers 9.95
t t U.S.O. Week Days at 3:30 P. M. spend. ten days at West Jefferson Gahanan of Jacksonville .. :

N. C. last ,,'I'l spent
--- Mrs. Solace has been "Make: Your Porch Comfortable & Rraatifal
George >
B. A and Graduate rk in MA: Degree mother, Mrs. Mattie B. Gahagan. I
___________- -_u_. __ seriously ill in the Alachua County John H. Powell IK spending' a i. : \ At A Very tow CimtWK
but Is somewhat Improved : '
(Mr' Barnes is a Concert Artist in Voice and Piano. Hospital this week. few days thin week In Yankee- >; .)' j : IIAVK: A LAIISEI.ECTION OF'
town near Cedar Keys. .. ---
She has given concerts in Town Hall, N. Y. Mr. and Mi'*. John Arthur 'v- Used Dressers Most Price
Miss Letha Nell Stmms of Any
Torode of Jacksonville spent the ual'l
as!!!. Texan returned home
weekend here with Mrs. Pauline 9.95 and
after spending several weeks up

Torode. with 1T aurt Mrs. Edward -
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Howell and Slightly Damaged NEW
Burna I ( )
son, Her-shell of Lake Park Ga.,

branch of were guests Monday through I t i# LIVING ROOM SUIT
Every Thursday of this week of Mrs. Peterson Enjoys ;
1 Howell's brother-in-law and sla Mid-West VacationFrank

INSURANCECONSTANT ter. Mr. and. Mrs. C h a r I ey J. _. :.a:.'' ORIGINAL PRICE 189$$

Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Howell O. Peterson well known
resided In Starke In 1912 and local dairyman Is enjoying an

m 1913. extended vacation.in the middle Reduced to.$150

L\wr"- LIABILITYTHEFT SPECIAL: Guarantee porman- west this month During his absence -

fOnt wave. W\ at Lrlla's Beauty Mrs. Peterson la managing $10 up $.10 DOWN EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS'

SERVICE Salon. the dairy and their son Jame, In.
We Have A Large I Ve buy and sell Good Used FurnitureSelection
QVER SO YEARS ;: Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Edmondsonand handling route deliveries.

son Hu. of St. Petersburg Following his departure Aug.. {JJ''e Pan Cash or Trade

were weekend guests of her par- 22 Mr Peterson visited his son- ..

ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Jones. n-law and daughter Mr. and '

C. WALL AGENCY PI.RE Mr. and Mrs. Cornell Beatty Mr. C. B. Strohschein in Hamburg ITS A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT hn:

and. Miss Ann Bolick of Mt. Holly La', enjoyed a sight-seeing;

N. C. are spending a few days trip to Denver, Coin, and at present -

Please Phone 146 LIFE this week as guests of Mr. and Is in Minneapolis, MInn., John H. Denmark Furniture Co.

Mra J. H. Fields. visiting his brother and sister-ln-

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Holtzendorl aw. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Peterson I
and son B. C., and Miss June Hal Before his return he will visit hisbrotherInlaw 1 .

were guests of relatives and and sister. Mi and

friends in Jasper and Jennings. Mrs. William Lunney In Earl .


and Mrs. Charles Larsen,
HOAC1IES. ANTS FLIES or Jr., of Jacksonville were recent <. )"V'1'Y. FLOH.n"l l>. SiiCS.. STORE !
OUR FARM CITY AND NO fla If you use our A..ro....l Blltf guests of Col. and Mrs 1>. E. 1 .'

('ESS PROPERTY Bomb. This I I"for not the eek kerosene".-Aut Knight. Dr. Larsen since his v David. Edith bolliclaii Ow..n.I.I'n! HeHttle Keattle., I'lulntlff Im'vndant. -

type." lal.t"'a honorable discharge from the ('.ace No. 60.19.OKI .
home In
Navy has purchased a
FOR SAI>K- One concrete blockhouse Jacksonville and will be associated HTATB OK 'IAllltI'A to: Mrs.Edith .
.E A.Lr. I conHlMtlnic of three npartmentH. Uwendnlyn Heattle, whose, OPENINGi
TTat furnlnhed. tuulp- In surgery with Dr. Edward .
In 3031V
...,..5 ... rtla.. .f _.-. ped far agate fh...p f..r ,' ..h.liradford Jelks at Riverside Hospital roHlilenre Marshall and rlireet Klchmnnd, VirInla. i
I err reperty.. II*. .... * "
I.'le. ef Home*_Farm- 9f. Starke., 8.16 The many' You are required to appear on
Bayer from all nee tb. N. D. Wainwright will be glad to Ik-1011.l 14 IS4H. In' the Shove '
Free eggs lI.tla. SALE-One acre with -room Is Improving In named Court and cause, wherein
TROUT REALTY AGENCY 'Olt house( fruit bearingpecan tree ALSO trees 39-a.-re and learn Alachua that County Hospital In plaintiff' Telegraph...ek.. divorce shall publish Ilrailrordounty thinOrder Thurs. Sept: 12 9 A. M.

> i iBToTi 'I four weekly IMMMWttnenn -*.
Presented Locally By firm large 8-room house pecan. Gainesville where she was taken In neat ,
P.th hand and offlrlal
fruit tree my
| c. IIOIXINGSWOKTHm to and town other of Hampton, Fla. Thursday of last week followinga Heal at I Hturke. Florida, this Hep- i
So. Walnut St. 6 good Illness.. She "
Farming equipment.rattle. ,"h"i. j sudden and critical ( ;p.'jrclhI'L) A. J. Thomam,
breed ele.'lrlclly.stock Will,, sell, r.II..1 was removed from an oxygen tent A* Clerk of said Court.
BESSES of all kind reno nSSnle Aokln. I'lampton I Uv uullle (' ro.n.r, T>. C.
'. furniture upholstered and ..;: J. *tp S'"i;II Monday TV frank l-nnrtrum, Htarke, Kla.
lohod Drop u* a card. I 'ome and be fitted for your Ally for I'lf. 9.13 4t Ki4i Come and See Us I
FI INCA J MATTRKSp CO.' eo.Palalka. fall and winter KI'IRELLhf'alth
Fla. tf 1'PHOLSTRy and refinish I rmrirr I-OIMP. ima.iironii
FOR work see us. We rill for anddeliver. garment coined, girdle. and /05'5'1'9.. KI.OHIO" ll 4li CS-. I

\\NCE-I writ all flees; fire,' :\I.d mi.Furnllure north 0'. & N"v'l ., surgical belt. CoraetlrreMrs. MarJoriV fll...ky King. "'',,''nlll'. v. '
.. .lty Shop S4" For Men's Women's & Children'sREADYTOWEAR .
mobile liability and II'' Road 13. 4tp 9-20 Frank Hoover u."e Edwin Kin I B, llrfenilanl
It for your Insurance needs. .n Mr. and Mrs A. D. Crosby of Ease 1'1" 3010.OHDEIt .
Walnwrlcht. Jr.. 131 Ja.1 U fJF PU"LIC'ATIOS
| "meet Phone 154. tf FOR RENT 3-room unturnl.b..eI. Starke and her brother-in-law and AND NOTICK: TO API'ICARJlTATI'
month, furnished ? 3f1. nearNewsome Prof and Mrs. W. W. : Of KIXXIIHA to Mr.
H v MH HH K HW M.'L.r l\t. box sister
.l' > :Mllonary strawberry i. H. Jordan Sip -80 returned George Edwin King. whose renl-
'.' by the bed C.Sta C. Wynn Dairy Fineren of Gainesville, Box : 05. .. Fla.o number. Thursday. of last week from a 111.'. Penitentiary, Angola, 1.0..1.1-.
k/t( farm Iti mile east of 1..01'lT-Auto licence tag return '" weeks' vacation In HanlbalN. *"... .

ir JTookalde. Farm. 9-13 I 45P-UO.1PIIIIw.lI.Kinder. please IU. 2. StarkeAIt I I six with relatives.Mr. October You are 14. rol\\ ..dlnto the appear abov.on :; "
4tp J. timber Y.. : .t:
BALE-Th. PARK CAFE: for sale.WANTEDDressmaking J 1. have Come good UP I and Mrs. T. J, Griffin. Ml. plaintiff named Court*eek.and dlrorce.cause, Bradford wherein Also Yard (Goods; & Notions '_

.cl Nick at Annie Darby. Mra. I. P. Shepherdand County TeU raph shall publish Ihl.O.d *
151 Call ."...t. atarke.g23 and ..plain. Mrs. C. T. Jones spent Tuesday In next four weekly luu.
tftronm Mrs. H. 10:. fo'ull. .1C.nt..1 Wltne. my hand and offirialseal -. -. .
I.wlnlf.. Dry Goods.wAerE11Cced 31P In Jacksonville.Mrs. I at mark. Florida, this Hep .
REST .11\\ T. Jones returned Wed Camber 9, U44.forKiriAt .
apartment C.
ilEAL) A. J. Tb.m.a.Aa .. '
Ihod oa heat. B a.on- typewriter In week from Tampa '. ? ,
Inqulr. R. H. nesday of last I'lerk uf said Court. Ladies Cotton Dresses $2.90
Coca-Cola M. Englll up
PlantIf condition her son By Lucille C. Conner ,D C.
P. O. Sox 495. Sta.k. I where she was T. Frank f...ndrum, Starke. Via
and! daughter and their families./ Atty for P1,. ..11 4t It."
l TO BUY Fryc: RALIp.i"bt.. good ,- .
Fins and Feather. Phone PIANO FOR Phone! \1io.W or call I Miss Jean Adklrw and Miss !UJTlrlG TO mtuavM* Ladies Rayon Dresses $5.90 up

it .pdlllon.no N. Church street 8Iark. liP I Garnlta Hutto spent Wednesday The Board of Public Inetructlonof I

RENT : Bradford County' will receive .
10-ronm furnishedarCE1.etrlclty. atleast In Jacksonville. of .' "
!. : Water pump"l WANTICD-Collnt.school. girl.du"allon.with Mr. and Mrs. W, K. Wilder of, a seated.concrete bids block for the building contraction at prouder Ladies Slips Good Grade; 1.45
a. aid high U of her School Plan' and pe.-tflcB--
ofd H mile NW Stark on Apply Starke DryClr.p.rLI Pinecajtle were guests office ofthe )
b seen at the
Hlc..way_ Be. ...H. E.. "ftt.l I Urs. Mae Edwards last Done pas All ,
: Muperlntendent.
"nt. RaHord.Reconditioned. T s Hp .-2q"LE 'FOR RENT-t... Lak."fbrnlsh.A Hot and sister weekend.: bide County to be placed by Monday O- Men's Hats 2.75 up : .: IMen's

taCt .t Klnc-I..y .. o. L. tober 71h at 10'0' A. M. ; :
bOu,.. running water. >ItR.asley Mr. and Mrs. D. T Clark of the right to .
cold It I The board reeerve
mpl" at Th.r..... on very Phone 97. Stark. vacation. .
Interrupted their reject any or all bid* :
large lot. LI.hU. Sacrifice I Miami I Dress Shirts end Underwear
I' Siiverlone be wIth t N ItOTUK.1.
ISO AU4O ucautlful l-arre ALE-On. .-tube bat'teriec. I in Hot Springs. Ark., to -
FOR and 1J ;: 'f
>n Lake Oeneva-Melroe with A D.
1- used radiO electricrecord Clarke mother Mrs. or IT HIMO) .
ehiahway and lake front-. nor I 9)9.95. One used One Birch 1 Mrs. who Is critically I ill Am.r FUR AXKinMKiT or ... .-. .. .' -
d tubing lot player 122.80. 920. Wainwright, I.E'PrERe rT J1TNOTK'B
Crystal Lake, price phonograph neW. Hospital In I OIVEN
titon portable bat' i Alachua County Iii HBKKHY
c. Cochrane. Ja.p* Firestone Roamer radio. .. in Florida Bank at Htarke. aIbanklnir '
: Satu that
One arrived
tory and 81".I
"LE.30.a..r.. farm a acresvd KS"ll W Call .tr..I. toIta.kit day.Mr. Mrs George B. Flynn. i snot of the slate of Florida, .t
feet woodnland. H a. and office in the Utate Capitol I.
'51n4. out building 1 mile next I and Mr. and Mrs. Elliot J. Flynn |''the' City of Tallaha..... Florida
*"" !.1' on Jute EuniceJ. I. ':A.ri'or.. building In Jack- the J4tb day of Heptember. A.
I. Comp.ny evening .n
11oo" H. Mond at hou". Full Bradford Hardware Ennl. spent Wednesday It. "44, for Letter I'atentover- Have A Good LineI
9.20ALEMis.lonary : ( to '. chary attended the -
Itp for tease by wner Starke, F''.. I.0nvUle'wbere; they tna. the following amendment to It. -
+ .trawb.rry P. O. Eus "03. UtIIJ wedding of thel l miece, Miss June .barter adopted by the stockholdersf <
said bank at a meetingheld al\
Look Ilk. second runner aIPawb.r.Y Carol Buie at the Snyder Memorial Ira banking quarter In Hlarke,

r."ro:. thousand.A. Warren ALSO;t.IJH t.-" FOR SA 1.E-Milclonary the .bed or bY Ike Methodist Church. Florid, on August 19. 14*. In ae !
by 11
*IG. near Purvla' Tnuriae4tp IG..I plant tboUland. 1" F 'Iuma., 1 I

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. . .---.---.-. -.--1 Bouvter, Jr., of Miami- and-Mrs. . . . .1 were weekend guests of Mrs. 0.I, 1 Hope Baptist Church Sunday at ton.their residence east of Hamp I I I Terrible- f

and night. Temper

State Farm I Cecil McRae of Mclntosh. Misses Other New River I W.Mr.Barry.and Mrs. Kermit Sikes of 1 I, morning W. W. Packham had as guests'Sunday About forty.young people were Almost CausesDq!
relatives present were present to enjoy this occasion and
of William
Betty, Cecile, Patricia and Elea. Alachua were Sunday guests j his son, Grady received a large assortment A d

By Mr*. Bryan WWtfleUI nor McRae of McIntosh, Mrs. J. tty The School Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hodges. 'and granddaughter, Miss Audrey of nice gifts.CAFETERIA. woman relates hD1r I''
. . . .1 A. Bouvier, Jr., and John Bou- . . . Miss Ivamae Lewis and Mrs. Packham, of Winter Park. As her aWful ,
In that day they entertained I nu t.; !:{-
GOLDEN WEDDING vler HI, of Miami, Mr. Cecil Mc- i Rev. and :Mrs D. A. Greek of Joella Hardy were shopping dinner guests PRICES RAISED: I him she was reeds
of last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Dennison out on
Father Gainesville Thursday The Hampton School his vlf
ANNIVERSARY Rae of McIntosh and Jacksonville filled their regular Cafeteria ear
Clifford Gaudln of Jeancrette appointment at Lon 1l' Bridge Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hazen attended I and family and Mr. and owing to higher food prices is I covered It Was !lot 1'e4IJ
Monday, September 9, 1940 Primitive' Packham and family, because ,
I La. Church Sunday morningand church at the ]Mrs. Merle forced to boost the lunch price I he wasmatters
Christian fun
marked the 00th wedding anniversary Included Baptist Church In Jacksonville of Gainesville; Mrs. E. T. Prevatt from 15 to 20( cents beginningnext I waste in' Of
lOut of town guests evening.1They '
of Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Jut
I and children and Mr. and caused
Mrs. W. R. Brown of McIntosh; dinner guests of Mr. Sunday. Monday. However, milk has by 8lugglsh;
Andre Bouvler. Mr. and Mrs. were of 111'1/
Mrs. Green is visiting her Paul Shields and daughter He
I Mary been added to the daily menu and had bad
Leonard Herbert of Jeanerette, Jim Thomas and familyof
and Mrs.
Bouvier upset
were married September : week. gathering lit
this family
sister in Lake Butler The
La.; M,.. T. E. Fields, Mrs. E. N. Lake Butler. I each child will receive this neces- digestion and the
9, 1896 at the family residence, near Mrs. Leslie Green and children represented five generations. his laa P't
nutritional drink livery stomach
Bragden, Mrs. J. L. Dart, Mrs. sary day. was
Hillcrest Boardman Fla. of
near Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Sapp were In Gainesville Monday aft- Mrs. Hilda Griffith and children cats te
They have resided In Ocala and A. H. St. John Miss Jane Smith Gainesville spent several days ernoon. moved to Starke: Saturdayand Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Griffin gang the headache lie, felt

Jacksonville and for the pant 1 and Mrs. S. H. Montgomery of with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Earl Green and Mrs. L. A. will!] make their home there.Hampton are receiving congratulations on night time. His pad
Jacksonville Mrs. H. D. Wood
twenty years have lived at the' ; E. A. arrival turned ,the
Sapp. Mott spent Monday In High the recent of their secondson bOUat

State Farm.Honoring Mrs. P. K. Richardson Miss Ruth Mrs Carl Thomas and childrenof Springs.Joe . . . Robert George, In the Ala- down about and he aJw.ye
Richardson and Mrs. F. D. Mc- his
this occasion, Mr. and Mrs. Starke were visiting Mr. and Douglass and Mrs. Mary chua County Hospital. Gainesville. : food, Them lilt
Rae of Evlnston; Rev. and to
Mrs. Bouvler were at home to Mrs. Fronle Moody Saturday of Gainesville werevlslt.illg try
J. Damphler P. E. Griffin of Jacksonville is
W. J. Churchwell. Mrs. R.
their wide circle of friends from 4 afternoon. A. B. Surrency Sunday within a couple
Davis. Miss I'dalou Davis, Leon- visiting mother. Mr. W. H.
until 8 o'clock and 8 until -" Mrs. M. C. Sweeney was a different
p. By
ard Smith Jr.,. and Robert Kite Mr. and Mrs. Roan Turner were afternoon. Griffin who has been quite ill position IIIII!;
10 o'clock p. m., Monday. Their Friends of Mr. O. W. Barry . more ,
of Starke. hosts at a barbecue supper on the . but Is now improving. pep he
home was with the Golden I eats like
lovely lawn for a group of young folk will be glad to know that he is BLACKOUT AND FIREA Mr. and Mrs. Southerland and ; regular f
Wedding theme carried out In the After visit of several daysIn and will be home FLORIDAPepUp
I a improving nicely I LI\1U
floral Friday night. lot of excitement was arous- children of "The Tower" in South Tt
arrangements. Yellow roses the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. after several weeks in the laxative
the table Mrs. Ada Kelly and children of soon ed shortly after 9 o'clock Monday Hampton Saturday moved to their cap! y
were placed on coffee
I I medically
O. Mrs. E. L.
and other beautiful flowers com- Partney, Raiford spent Sunday with Mr. Alachua County Hospital. night while most of Hamp former home in Gainesville.Mrs. I nts proven leU"
returned to her home In Lubbock Luther Sowell and Bessie Carl-
and Mrs. Jay Moody and family.Mr. ton's population was absorbed in Claude L. Houser and children used in fe/
pleted the living room and dining I i Texas accompanied by Kay ton were visiting W. L. Parrishat scrlpttons to rid the
decorations. and Mrs. Guy Andrews and a thriller at the local movie house. Jean and Allen of East h
room Centering the Partney who will be with Mr. and Dukes Sunday afternoon. poisonous
children of Starke were visitingMr. The electricity suddenly failed and Flat Rock Ala., spent several waste na: :u
dining table was the bride's cake, Mrs. Lewis Tatum of San Angelo I Miss Ivamae Lewis and E. J. bowels; ai,) to :
decorated In and Mrs. O. W. Andrews all Hampton was plunged into a days here last week with Mrs. I promote
yellow with yellow Texas for an indefinite stay Lewis were In Starke Saturday.Mrs. feeling of
afternoon of last week. blackout. Then there was the Houser's mother Mrs. Ida Max- vigoroui In
tapers on either side. During the, Mrs.. J. B. Treadwell arrived Thursday D. J. O. Green of Lake : your bottle

afternoon and evening punch and Sunday from Atlanta for an extended I E. A. Sapp made a business tripto Butler Is spending while here chilling cry of "Fire! and a well.Mr. store. Rpmembel now at r
blaze could be and Mrs. Woodrow
large seen curling Hinson them
cake were served to the Green Cove Monday.Mrs. .
many visit with her son and Springs with Mr. and Mrs. E. W, Hodges.A. IDA LiRA
upwards in the northeast sectionof of Jacksonville recently visited TONE"HOSTSIlblj
guests who dropped in to be with daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stella Andrews of MiamiIs B. Surrency and Mr. and I'
town. The blaze drew people Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hlnson.
Mr. and Mrs. Bouvier.
Bradley.Mr. spending a few days with Mr. Mrs Rufus Allen were In Starke
afoot bikes and in automobiles Mrs. Llnnle Is
( Seley
on -
With Mr. and Mrs. Bouvier at and Mrs. C. O. Partneyleft and Mrs. G. W. Andrews and Saturday. spending I I "
like spilled draws several weeks in Lake Butler with
this time were their children, Saturday for Candler, N. C., other relatives.R. Mrs. E. J. Lewis, Mrs. W. H. syrup I.... 11 In., .In

Marshall A. Bouvier and John A. I where Mrs. Partney will enter R. Andrews and Curtis Dukes Hinton Mrs. T. W. Markey and flies on a hot day. friends.Mrs. B. F. Hall of Theressa I I I.. 6111 and 1 r115,101.hht.. bill..
The fire was caused by the was
Piogah Sanitarium for treatment made a bunlness trip to Ft. Myers Miss Shirley Nell Green were Once 110 lba..Mil.DMH..l.' .
Mrs. K. W. Parks of Lake burning of an empty, abandoned visiting Mr. and Mrs. Garfield I 1 11191ba..tnyhtlh.nnnrmu. ";
and dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ;
tlEMEMBER last Friday. ,
THE Thursday deooo
on Friday night of last Yy
Worth has been negro shanty and debris of the .
a visitor of Mr. Rurel Dukes Sunday at Dukes. 1 Candy Redunllf?....
TRADEMARK Mr. and Mrs. White and children week. .h.Imks' Ilk, .
A SUBSTITUTE and Mrs. W. O. Stringfellow for Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Long and burning building had fallen across perionce mold.aCsum.
of Brooker spent Sunday Bill Parker of Starke car CO'mar 110I bo'"
about the lines, shortcircuitingthe but try the_
Mr., and Mrs. Tom Hodge children. Betty and Martha spent pi.... Vary Fnt, ,M.a""
FLORIDA LIVRA TONELAXATIVE Mrs. L. F. Tyre spent Friday with the weekend at Kingsley Lake. city's electricity.Our ed the congregation of entertain-I Uoe Monty Bot tack.M.'SIIoti
and family. ton Baptist Church
+ and Saturday with her brother blacked-out city carried on ...
Ta tQ.tll In clinical ...
J. D. Knight, of Jacksonville.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moody . . in the brilliant moonlight until with beautiful hymn selections on medICal doctor.amtunai. nxn a*'*"
and family of Lake Butler spent his musical saw. 10* pmoiu lort 14
and Mrs. Bryan Whitfield midnight when electric power was II if
THAT ATItriEfJVow left Saturday to spend a week Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Pine LevelBy restored and our blinking sentinels Emory H. Guy left Wednesday I pound tneluoltMluAYDSVIU.mlnCudjrRtdudntnal,irani. Inw:/

Vow loHto How with Mr. and Mrs. J, G. Putmanof Mrs. Seeber Moody. of the night, the streetlights I for a visit of several months in .

Ji .tA lbr.olt.v. Birmingham Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Moody and M.... II. M. McRae l came on again. I Philadelphia Pa._ |I No e.ndw." No drum No l k

Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Strlngfel Mrs. Ada Kelly made a business . . . I PARTY FOR DONALD SLADK Stapling machines. Scotch tape, '!I Uva.YoudaDtculouiw.oiM urcha.' potat_ mtm. Vbn
low and Miss Melba Strlngfellow trip to Jacksonville Saturday. cut Ihrm dowlL Simple.,...
Rev W. E. Hall filled his reg- A birthday anniversary party paper punches, all types account CIOUI YDS V'lanunCand'
spent Sunday at St. Augustine Gerald Adkins of Hampton was ular at the Pine books ring binders and IoW Jod.Waoplr
appointment was given by Mr. and Mrs. Vernon many =: \
Beach. slag.,
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kelly a ells
visiting Level Baptist Church Sunday Slade at their home honoringthe other Items at the Bradford! horn a/r"g emir.-, shoe
Mrs. L. M. Francis of Miami I I. ',
and family Sunday afternoon. morning and night. A total of ninth birthday anniversary of County Telegraph. out this ad an a rrnM
spending several
days with her Pete Sapp spent Sunday night 217 persons attended Sunday their son, Donald Thursday Sep
parents Mr. and Mrs. G. E.
1 Ip with his cousin, Spencer Crews School and three new memberswere tember 5.Outdoor.
Crews after which she will Join
at Raiford. added to the church by bap-
her husband In Massachusetts. games were enjoyedand IN THE SOUTHEAST
Eustla Lee and Joe Kelly and tism in the morning and four Bruce Hall and Billy
Campbell -
Herbert drink
Flllyaw spent Saturday More people Atlantic Ale and Beer than any.
night with his father W .\P,. Fill- Seeber Doyle Andrews enjoyedthe new members came In for baptism | were the lucky ones awarded

yaw, and his brother J. T. Fill- ball game at Brooker Sunday Sunday night. ;prizes. Later the children were It must be...

yaw, of Lake Butler. afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. O. W McRae returned j i invited Into the living room to

Weekend visitors of Mrs. R. M. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sapp and to Jacksonville Tuesday view the many useful gifts presented .

Markham were her sister Mrs. children of Jacksonville and Mr. after spending the weekend with young Donald. A beautiful

H. O. Harris, her neice Mrs. Em- and, Mrs. J. W. Kelly and children their parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. cake was lighted by the traditional

ory Harris and baby Wayne and and Mrs. Nora Sapp of McRae and Mr. and Mrs. N. A. candles, and "Happy Birth-

Nell Harris, all of Grand Ridge. Brooker spent Thursday after- Conner. day" was sung by the guests.

Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Young spent noon with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mrs. H. H. Lewis returned home Delicious homemade ice cream

Saturday after visiting her brother. and cake were served. Those
Sunday with W. E. Fillyaw of
Sapp.Mr Aaron Fouls who Is 111 in a
assisting Mrs. Slade in entertaining
Butler. Returning with I .and Mrs. R. R. Andrews 4
Tampa Hospital but is now im
them after a week's visit was and family spent Sunday with wereher sisters Mrs. Free-

Mrs. Young's mother; Mrs. T. T. Mrs. Susie Andrews and familyat proving.Mrs. man Hall and Mrs. Lester Slade. Liar .' 1
Flllyaw. Starke. Wesley McRae of Crosby
Lake was visiting R. E. Taylor GRADY JOHNS IS FIFTEENMr.
In honor of her husband's birth- Jay Moody and Vernel Moody
Monday. and Mrs. Garfield Johns AlEiexm EEA 1
day, Mrs. D. T. Thornton enter made a business trip to Thomas- 4 :
entertained .
son, Grady
tained Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bran villa. Ga., Monday. . . . on the occasion of his fifteenth
nen, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Carrol I Mr. and Mrs. Emory Johns were ..e.'s'
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Crews and : visiting Gainesville Sunday aft birthday anniversary Friday nightof
Theressa last week
peanut boiling
family and Kenneth and Bobby ernoon.

Stafford at dinner Tuesday night. Mrs. Rhoda Dowling attended Ity Eva Mae Tries --

Miss Delores Dekle of Lake the wedding of her nelce. Miss . . . iPh"mtrsc/ltivets-IYQm h

Butler spent Saturday night with Wilma Hayes, at Gainesville Sun-

Miss Melvene Davis. day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tomlinson

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Andrews and (laughter, Wanda, and Mr.

were shopping In Lake City Monday and Mrs. George Ezell, of Jack-

sonville, were visiting at the rI

9r.: YOUR WATCH Fi'lends of Clayton Priest are home of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Her-

glad to see him out again after sey over the weekend.

Deserves the Best several months of Illness. We I Mr. and Mrs, Warren Young-
blood of Tampa'are visiting their
hope he will continue to be strong. i
Friends of W. B. uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. E.
IN BlAK Lazenby are 40-u i .icy,
; A; r yb'r I sorry to hear of his accident In S. Sibley, this week. I -

3iaW North Carolina by a box car. At I J. C. Cochrane of Jasper, until

4 'this time he is seriously ill. He recently a resident of Theressa,
and Mrs. Lazenby and their sons, was visiting his family here Sun-

Joe and Jon, left here last weekto I day. He was accompanied back

spend a year with Mr. Lazen- to Jasper by Mrs. Cochrane. ,

tRS REPAIRTrustworthy by's sister Miss Lily Lazenby In Mrs. S. E. Trlest and children a ,

NU ENAMELDARBY Kannapolls N. C. They were Thomas Ernest, Leon, Ervin and

Service going for the benefit of his health.Brooker Eva Mae and Miss Inez Neal,

were visiting at the home of Mr

. . . and Mrs. Marten n in Jacksonville New Silve/ f towns "Meet Taxi Requite/ ,
Harley F. Strong of!*>.*1ttxii
24 i hours
Sunday. "Rain or shine Yell in and out,
BROS. Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and daughter serve the public" lays Mr. Thom A. "

137 West Call St. Hilda Griffith and children tine President of Yellow Cab, Louivillai"Safety '

CAMP: ItLANlMNG JEWELER By :Mr. T. W. :Markey were In Starke Saturday. dependability, and economy! err the er
109 W. Call St. ,
SINCE 1941 . . . Bobby Hall of Starke was the words of successful taxi operaoon."B rSilvcrtowns

STAUKE FLA. guest of his. aunt, Mrs. Delaney meet these requirement
:Mrs. Claude Smith and Miss
Dickinson .
Martha Lee Rimes left Saturday
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for their home in Baltimore after of Theressa citizens

ALL STATE their spending parents two, Mr.weeks and here Mre. W.with O. I attended party honoring the birthday Grady anniversary Williamson For Safety, Economy, and Mileage choose the tile

given at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

LOGGINGTRUCK children Rime Mrs. Eva Evon demon's and M. and D. with two I Garfield night Johns of last in week.Hampton Friday OUTWEARS PREWAR TIP

Mrs. Elsie Belle Garrett and
and Mrs. Tom Edwards of

TIRES Worthington Springs and Mr. I I brother,Green Truman Dickinson, of One of the taxi fleets that tested the new actual mileage, tests on our Ben$Of

and Mr. Seeber Edwards of ,, Cove Springs, were week- B.F.Goodrich Silvertown before it was offered OUTWEAR PREWAR TIRES'
guests of their rouDd.
Tampa spent last week at Salt Delaney Dickinson. Mrs. for public sale was Yellow Cab Louisville Silvertown tires cover more g ..

Springs. j Ky. In addition it interruption-
Rev. J. D. Squires of Palatka was tested on police can can, too, without
Mr. and Mrs. Elton Taylor of and the B.FGoodrich
filled his regular appointment at test fleet over millions We know you'll want these tiresi"
Worthington Springs attended the of miles in all kinds of see 0NOOCBUOOIT
under side
not n.nl.r R.,.. nri. Do..... revival meeting here severest So to be on the safe ,
. 44%) .... .....I 4.plk ..... cm night of last week. All these tests
..,,".nel rack U..... Mr. and Mrs. L. A. MlnU and CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION supported Mr. Ballantine's find- says
that: . their '
C.r..Nadlaa. Lane. ......... daughter, and Miss Eloulse Gainey ings wider flatter tread gives THRIhTY

Air ....... thotld.r. <..!.. I..... of Jacksonville were weekend our cabs better traction and surer safer but TERM>.5ETt 1
rannln .......Mlsr..f ..... stopping. The cord _
mm body fewer ._
....r..... ..I...... guests of :Mr. and Mrs. L. R. means eon s .1)

....d. I...... la by kith. ply Nr4 Gainey. interruptions and service stoppages. And in

turn ... Miss Luclle Thomas of Gaines E u.Ie II..w e.,......... r-. .... "D_.., .., cea- .,Jsh z- Low r M. C. .. A/JC ..r ae'

RI..... pr. .ru. trod 4*.ir. f.. I ville was here the first of this
I..... ...... a / week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sibs

Sp.ci ] ..Mp.... .. far I..ahN1 Green.

....d.. ,A a Mr. and Mrs. Pervis Hazen of Farm Home & Auto ;

0..1...... fr rpNLIINd i.fd.fNrr Ocala here
... were Sunday visiting

c.. mm ...... lift ...... tmmitranlhly Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hazen. Supply Inc.
p...... .. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crews > e w

and daughter. of Jacksonville 144 /
WEST CALL /om"s i
and Grover Barry of Archer STREET

7.50-20, 12-Ply___..__$73.19 Plus Tax weekend visitors of their daughters

( Mrs. J. B. Strickland and

8.25-20, 12-PIy__".$79.07 Plus Tax Mrs. Lyle Nolan of Gainesville.

Mrs. D. T. Thornton visited Mrs. I PHARMACIST B.F.GoodridPAGE

JACKSONVILLE, FLORID.\ B. B. Beasley and Mr. and Mrs

Bison Brannen of Lake City Wed
nesday. 64 STARKE

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and social hour Carry Out ServiceAt ALL CHURCHES IN BRADFORD COUNTY ARE INVITED TO PLACE THEIR Services SundayAt

upper and on Meeting HereThe ANNOUNCEMENTS AND NEWS ON THIS PAGE. 1I0WE\'. U. TO INSURE Christian Church
Fellowship .

Ling. Sept 15, for the Garfield Evans Sub-District THAN TUESDAY MORNING OF EACH WEEK. The Christian Church of Starke
service. Sunday messages at the
I worship Tabernacle were brought meeting was held Monday evenIng ,I will have regular services Sunday.
by the
will be
ng people ac- sponsor of the work and were In the Methodist Church and Sept 13: Bible School at 10 A. M.

I by Harold R. Barnes, unusually good, being logical and was attended by members of the and prenchlng at 11 A. M and 8

Lnt of the home whot timely. The evening message was Waldo. Lawtey, Melrose and' P, M The Rev I). A. Greek will

[t them In sacred, con on "Obedience" and pertained to I Starke Youth Fellowship groups. deliver both thu morning and
the Laws of God
as set forth in
| bring the sermon on An evening and a cordial
His Word. The speaker showed impressive program of worship sermons I

lorningn from the Bible how disobedience was led by Miss Virginia Coed work We nave fOO men. Invitation Is extended to the pub-

iren s Home la located has always Sewell, who has just returned lie
brought disaster to
List >" the shores of God's people, and pointed out the after spending seven weeks with Now let's get another JOO for The social meeting! of tho Worn-

Lakl: :Mouroe directly danger America stands In with I a Methodist youth caravan team oar Bible Class" an'a Council will be held At the
throughout the New
III Sanford and 121 j jT her lowered moral standards and |' States England tiM1 home, of Mrs. tanks Wll.ion on
her utter disregard of the Lout's
h UaSuch has I The business. session was pre- Thursday Sept. 19. Until further
progress been
:all a large family of IUllI,' the of
sided over flour meeting ha
made along scientific and by Billy Smith who
material -
Hun, from throughout I lines that it Is time we wa elected president of the ;et '} ere been changed from M p m to 3

e given a Christian should stand still until the Sub-District and Miss Lou Ed- vw R Rj p m. Every member I* urged to
I:tam: (1 by the Metho- Spirit- : wards, bi,. prriiont and enjoy lhenu meet-
ual catches up with the Scientificand secretary gave a reportof c '
e aid other friends ofours. | Material. the last meeting. Miss Janet ;) ? 11I1I1t. Bring your friends.IIIIII.K ; .

Anderson treasurer of the Sub- e
Corbin dG
People will meet Carnell presided m o s t SOI-IU'K OF

64 5 pm., for an in- :i efficiently at the Young People's District read a letter from Garfield KM.:K 2000 nuo'J'I1'I..":'"

ogram. Meeting on Saturday night and, Evans for whom the district DAILY BIBLE PASSAGES The titles of over 2000 books

tiling service will be.. a fine program was given with Is named thanking the .. ; FOR FAMILY WORSHIP Incl,.Ling novels, plays and books
I Ic -
and will Include con- about 25 young people taking active young people for the check they of poetry have been taken from

>I angling quartettes part. New faces are added I sent for the purpose of sendingtwo 5'a' DAY TOOK CMAPIAe the tllble according to a study

I each week to this group. Cuban ,delegates to the Youth Sun, Provarbl 28 made by the Rev William Partliion .

meeting of the Quar- Edward Parker will be the Fellowship Camp In Cuba. Mon, Proverb 29 of Hrlurcllff Manor New

erence will be held Leader this week and It Is our After the business session Tu.., Provarblfrov 30 York "URht In l"1arkneKK" Is the

ght at 7:30 o'clock in guess there'll be music you'll want games were played led by Miss : W.d. .rbt IIThurs. oldest title to appear In the last

to hear, to say nothing of the rest I Sewell. and refreshments were Ro".n II.IB,24.32 and was taken from I'snlm 112,
of the program. See and hear served by Miss Madge ,
nday was an inspiring Whigham ,, Fri. Ro".nl 2 the fourth vorne. Till la the
church with both ser- the "Swarm of Bees" at this Mrs. Nelson Green Mrs. Shirley I S.P. Ro".n 3,9,48 title given to the publication of

jfarge of the young peo- meeting Hall and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell. the "Proceeding of the British

The Laymen met Monday night Then the Invited rnrllament" and wan printed In
[adult members of the young people were
till undoubtedly take and are much encouraged by the to the main auditorium Men's Bible Classes 16na.: A l large proportion of the

rest in the youth pro- Interest being shown by Laymen where a sound picture, "Faith are growing titles are those of book published j

la result of this preaen- from various sections. Prominent -I Triumphant", was shown by Steve In the last ten years

leaders are lining up with this i Weldon to the 70 young people I II

timely soul-winning work. There I attending, largerevery day
will be an Inspirational speakerat SPONSORSOf
ark Needsg The next meeting will be held
the meeting to address the
\ Old Hymns Club next Monday evening and In Melrowe. One of the most encouraging thing following Along' with your many business and social: The Church Page

Christian Laymen are invited to the end of the war is this. Men's obligations may we suggest that you re. -
ist Says hear him at 7:45: p. m. Bethel Baptists Tip Top Super Market
at least hour each weed for at.
serve one
Bible! Classes in this have .
Dr. John McNeill of Washings Invite Public country grown.Every Alvarez Store
Is needed on New ton D. C., noted musician and I tendance at some Men's Bible Class in the Camera
lahlonable East Side I, Sunday hundreds of thousands of bus-?! Hollywood
.so Bible scholar, will arrive this A cordial Invitation to the public Church of your choice. You'll benefit two & Gift Shop
[an old-fashioned! hymn week for a series of services to attend services at the nest men. mechanics lawyers, doctors salesmen .
Your children will thrill at seeing II. C. Wall Agency
I ways. you
Those who have heard Dr. MeNelll Bethel Baptist Church Is extended -
9 the opinion recently will not have forgotten his by the pastor, the Rev. R. L. farmers, teacher and dozens of other in Sunday School and you will personally Carpenter'sCocaCola

Carl Helm author of method of presenting the Lee. at church and study the : Bottling Co.Leila'H .
groups gather some find your life enriched each weed, through
chatter column
JMly en-
and those who have not
School Is held each
nhattan Main Street". will miss a Spiritual and Liter- Sunday Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, regular International Bible lessons or selected your contact with other men who rely on Koch Drug Store

arty treat if they fall to hear him. and preaching each Sunday at 11 subjects of their own choosing. the Book of all Books. TyuH Dry Goods: "

| quite a large and 1mictlon a. m. BTU each Sunday evening Drlggers", Furniture Co.
of the 'fashionSide I
t In the Forties Presbyterian Church i at 7 o'clock. "The American Church and Sunday School are the Hart ItobhinV
Furniture Co.
e., that needs an old- 'The Eternal Road" will be the "We all extend readers special of our community Invitationto greatest centers of good In all the world" Florida Bank at Starke
home-town church.
theme of Dr. F. J. Bryson's sermon -i who are not enrolled In Sunday Mike Maruca
not church-but atIg
a morning at 11
next Sunday School to meet us at the Bethel

friendly room, where o'clock. j i Church each Sunday __ ___ __ - 0 _
luld I Baptist
gather on" Sunday Members of the Ladies Auxiliary Lawtey
|the old hymns and feel''' held their first fall meeting morning, the pastor stated. CHURCH DIRECTORY Baptist Church

brotherhood at least Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: o'-

leek. of Mrs. Pine Level ChurchWith ... .
clock under the direction -- -- -- -
ectlon, Including Beek-I Sunday SchooT 10 A. M.
the Rev W. E.
land Sutton Place, Is inpy for the coming the pastor, Service 11 A. M., 8 I'. M.
ters were planned Hall recently returned from a HTAKKK: Church St. at Jackson O. F.. CuUhaw, Pastor
lot of folks who 8
a Wednesday p. m.
winter season. weeks' vacation the Pine Itev. Frank J. Brynon Supply __ 10 A. M. .
prs ago from out In two Pastor Church School Service every l t and 3rd Sunday Mid-Week Prayer Service
Level Missionary Baptist ChurchIs Morn. I'rayrr Si Sermon 11 A. !M.
most of them some- School ______ 9:45 A. M. 11 M. m. and It p. m.
Into the fall sea Sunday
ready to enter (Holy Communion lt Sunday)
(iccessful now childless, ____ Hcho! ,l I Ia 10
in First Christian son with renewed vigor and enthusiasm !Morning Worship __ 11 A. M. Litany ft IntereeasbnFriday Sunday every Sunday A Cordial Welcome

their expensive I Ladle Auxiliary :2nd A 4th Turn.KINOSLEY ___ _u_____ 7t 30 P. M. m.Every"ne .
ts--and bored with Sun-1
10 A. M., Holy Com Welcnnin Extended to All
Holy Days
pings because they feel Church All materials are on the ground
lacking. : for the new church building, and munion.
let BAPTIST CHURCH Church open dally for prayer and CHURCH OF non
will be
I the contract
night hesitate to admit
Rev W. O. !Known! Pastor rest.Service.
: they miss at times and within the next few days. Eighth & St. 'lair SI*. St. Mark'sEpiscopal
15 Fannie Sllcox Sun. School Hupt. Center open dally for rec
("ty on Sunday Is an In- Sunday, Sept. There were four additions to Louie WalnwrlKht.. I1TU Ulr. reation.LAWTKY. Service Every Sunday

Vous unity with the Al- I the church membership last Sun Service Every: Sunday "Sunday School _. .. ... lOA. M Church

fand thereby with one'san. Rev. D. A. Greek day-three by baptism.The Sunday School _____. 10 A. M. BAPTIST CHURCH Morning Worship ._ __ II A. M. --

But were there alearby Sunday School continues Preaching _____ .______ 11 A. M. : Evening Worship ____ 7:30: I.. MY. ,
8P.M. J. L. Norrl Pastor Church School 10 A. M.
or even a big 11 A. M. to grow, and there were 217 H.T.U. _______ .__.. 6:48 P. M. Rev. P. K. __ Tuesday 7:30 I.. M. -
J. Ie.'all.. Jr., S. M. Supt.
loom, where they couldd pupils In attendance last Sunday. Preaching 7:45: p.m. Prayer Meeting ._ Thur. 7:3CP. Morning Prayer and
Sunday School! ____ 10 A. M.
| ling "Beulah Land,"- Prayer Meeting each Wed. 7:30. Miming Worship ______ II A. M. M.C1.TM Sermon 11 A. M.

Christian Soldiers" or I Meet __. 7 P. M. -
logy.there I PINE LEVEL BAPTIST G4XHPKL TABERNACLE. Evening Service ____.- 8 P. M. BIBLE Church open dally for prayer

would be some-' STARKE Prayer Service, Wed. .... 8 P. M. The dog U mentioned In the and feat "Service" Center ope
get Hall Pastor
at start up and read the'I W. E. Mr. Si Mr*. J. T. Quigley, Rpomior Bible 40 time. The cat not .1 t< dally for recreation.

reading any- :Morning Worship ______ II A. M.
[d let the ageless psalms ____ M.Etenlng .
Bible School ____ S P.
W. F.. Hall, Pastor __ __
factions and consolations I n
Service ______ 7:4.1: P. M.
i-rtptures Sunday School ______ 10 A. M.
roll and go re- The "Little" Church That Is Doing"Big" Evangellntlc Ilrotherhoo Morning Wonhlp ______ II A. M. '''
[ down the years to the ______ 7:80: P. M. GOSPEL TABERNACLE j.f,
Monday ;
Things u Song' Service! _________ 7 P. M.
argot days of youth- Bible Study Tum. ____ 1-151.: M., Evening "',w"hlp .______ 8 P. M.
widay morning was a Children'. Bible Hour i i'NuNday
Teacher Meeting, Bible Study
rt from the workaday HELP US GREATER KINGDOMWELCOME \\ _________ 3 P. M.
COME BUILDEAI Monday _______.___ 8. P.M. Attend
Instead of a chance to ..O Ladle. prayerllIetln: MI'1-Week Prayer Meeting

late with the morning .________ 3 P. M.
Gvangeaetie Thursday -Service WednewUy _-___.___ 8 P. M. "Young People's Meeting"Every

Friday __________ 7:45: P. M. -
THANKS VOTERSto inspirational Youth Meet FIRST METHODIST, STARKE. Saturday, 7:45 P. M.

TO Saturday ____...... 7:45 P. M. Walnut a Jefferson Mts.Rev.
thank the people off" W. J. C'hu hw..lI. .* >rChurch
flint Mondaymorning. Good for and Old
Cimmunlon every Young
their vote and support "School" _______ 10 A. M.

ety Election on Sept. 10. LAKE Morning Worship .... _.11 A. M.

-- Don. L. Hoover. KINGSLEY Youth Fellowship _____ 7 P. M.

BROOKER BAPTIST! CHURCH, Evening Worship _____ I P. M.

[THINKS VOTERS CHURCH Rev (*. A. Crosby, Pastor Prayer ft Praise Service

MISSIONARY BAPTIST Sunday School _?.__ 10 A. M. Wednesday ______ 8 P. M. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

to thank the voters ofF :Morning Mronhlp ___ 11 A. M. Woman' Society
>r the confidence shown -- 0 -- B.T.I' ________.____ 7:15 P. M. tut Tuesday ....-_ ISO I*. M.IIEILBRONN Stark; Florida

the City Election Sept. Rev. G. W. Shows. Pastor Preaching __ _-______ P. M. BAPTISTKev.

ting Council.In my election to Fannie Silcox.: Sunday School Supt. I Prayer Meeting each Wed 8 1*. M. O. t:. CuUhaw. PaU Rev. Frank J. Ilrytton, Supply Pastor
As stated In
I Service every 2nd and 4lh !Sunday

prtl I'menta prior to the I School 0 10:00A.I. K\V: RIVER: MISSIONARY! II a-m. and II:U p.m.
promise to perform Sunday M. BAPTIST CHURCH
:00 A. School Sunday
Sunday every
Service Topic for Sunday 11:00 A. M.
conscientiously and 6I 15 P. M. Rev. Truby Parrtuh. Pastor lr a. m.; II.T.U. 7OO p. m. .
to help out all'! Training Cnion I
carry Baptist
Regular Service Everyone Welcome.
15 1'. :\1.
at 7 :
will be beneficial to "
Service "The Eternal Road 1i
verned Preaching l 1..1 and 3rd Sunday II a, m.
city. I I'uMIc Cordially Invite IIEHN BITIST rill'lUH:
I i
Junius M. Smith. Hrooker Fla.Kev. .

REMEMBER Prayer MeetingEach C A. Cronby, faster l
""ORVT ItOtTDKAIN BtPTIST CHURCH Sunday School" ___u____ 3 P. M.Preaching .

E 'EAK SIDE! M.iJ'e (3 1-Z mile southeast *f Starke) I on up-- P. M. FIRST METHODIST CHURCHStarke
: 7:30 P. .
' y appreciate the votes I Wednesday Rev C. (*. Harris, Pastor I Prayer :Meeting each Thursday

I''In. my race for the City Service* every Sunday a* follow I 8:30 P. :M. Florida

I feel that thU opened invitation to all read *:
:* extend a special FIRST CIIIUSTI\N" CHURCH; .
The Church W .f. latorIIKAICTIIIH
for Friendly Kv. C'hurchwI'U.
at me to try it over' u/io not enrolled Sunday School ________ 10 A. M. Christian ft Call Street
/ are
. tIme and I feel that I ers of our community :Morning Wornhlp ____ __ II A. )I. Bible School: 10 I A. M.Preaching .I
success in the future. IT' meet at Sunday
make in Sunday School to us B.T.U. ______________ 7 P. M. lot ft 3rd Sunday : MUSICAL TKKAT!
an Intensive cams ] ADDEDOVATE I II A. :M. A 8 P. :M. ,.
f time and If elected. I each Sunday. Evening Worship 8 P. M.

I., take care of the me- School SClIOOl ROO"IS GIVE A/JE. I Prayer 8er.b-e each Tuesday 8 :Mld-Ueek Prayer. ServiceUMlnewlay 8 P. :M.I! Sr. Chorus, Methodist Children's Home
thai SUSlJA
might go wrong. '. M l Councilbu.hwMV :
CLASSES.COME "'oenaq'1I"IOI..nary:
!tereits! FOR ALL Saturday Evening and Sunday 11:00 A. M.
. of the city In SPACE Cottagw Prayer :Meeting each meeting at churrli, /

for< wish t o thank my I saX) JOIN WITIl US. I TlwnuUy I V. U 11 tad 3 r4 Thursday .. I P, M-
[ their .
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50 (:ollnt'>I without! any rrenentatlves i% (incuir COURT. IIRADFOHI seeks. divorce. Bradford County Keller, whose redden? .
In the State ('01 VI'Y KI.OR1DAI IV CHAN- Telegraph shall publish this Order drexs' In 8(111( Uraylai: t| "i Jd-
piItrntlury. l'KH V. v? u,
I In next tour weekly Issues. Richmond Virginia.
Alice W. Judy .,.Plaintiff vs. Wil- Witness my hand and official You are required to ,
I (Copied FroniFlorlda Tim liam Asoll Judy Defendant Case seal at Starke, "Florida this September October 7. 1948 In the ah"m'd ippmii' on
..w No. 50.10.: .1, 11148.OFFICIAL September: 9, 1948 In the
1 Union). ORDER OF PUBLICATION ( Bald) Court J. Thomas, Court ami cause. wherein ahovennmud plaintiff
AND NOTICE TO As Clerk of seeks divorce. Bradford
T. Frank Landrum Starke Fla. Telegraph shall Count)
STATE OF FLORIDA to: William Atty. for Pit. 9-6 4t t-fl In next tour wee publish .thin. order
Axell _
Judy whose residence
and address U Box 247 Rout 4, my hand and official seal|
}Plerpont l.V CIRCUIT COTRT. HMADFORUCOtiVTY at Htarke, Florida, this September'
Charleston South: Caro-
lina. FLO.U..AI IN CIIAN- 8, 1946.
CKKY.niadys (OFFICIAL BEAD A. J. Thomai.
You are required to appear on Gibson, Plaintiff, vs. RalphM. As Clerk of said Court.
EXPERT September 30, 11)46, In the above Gibson Defendant Case No. T. Frank Landrum Starkt Fin.
named Court and cause, wherein 6053. Atty. for' Pit. 9-'. II 9-27
plaintiff seek divorce and custody ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND _
of child. Bradford County Telegraph NOTICE TO APPEAR IN CIRCUIT COURT. nil tDFOIII
shall publish this Order In STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ralph COUNTY.! FLORID IN IIIIV
next tour weekly issues. M. Gibson, whoso residence and address ('..I(V.
Witness my hand and official IH unknown. Florence Lavelle, Plaintiff I I \ .
seal at Starke: Florida, this 27th You are required to appear on I Franklin Lavelle, Defendant Caw
I Uf August, 1946. October 7, 1948 In the above nam- No. 6017.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, ed Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ORDER OP PUBLICATION
As Clerk of said Court. seeks divorce and custody of ANn NOTICE TO APPEAR
John J. Henderson Esq., St.,, Augustine I child. Bradford County Telegraph STATE OF FLORIDA to: Frank
AUTOMOTIVE.'t Fla. Atty. for Pit. 8-30 4t 9-20 shall publish this Order In next lln Lavelle, whose resident. and
four weekly Issues. aJdreHs IH % U. S. Appraiser Of
iv CIRCUIT coi'iir. BRADFORD Witness my hand and official "t.201 Varlck Street New York.
# ('O4'V'1'Y. FLORIDA IN: CHA. seal at Starke: 1 Florida this Sep. N.
('''::11 Y. tember 6, 1946.OFFICIAL You are required to appear on
Carter Brown ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas September 23, 1946, In the above'
t Tholnm Layne Plaintiff vs. As Clerk of said Court. named Court and cause, wherein
Cane No.Charline 8026.ORDER Layne Defendant. 'Chas. R. Hess, 204-06 Realty Bldg. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
Jacksonville, Fla. County Telegraph shall publish
-- i OF PUBLICATION Atty. for Plf. 9-8 4t 9-27 this Order In next four weekl!) U.
I."' STATE OF FLORIDA to: Thelma IN CIRCUIT C04JR'r. BRADFORD my hand and official seal
Charllne Layne whose residence COUNTY! FLORIDA IN CRAN- at Starke Florida this AugiiHt 21
and address la % Mrs "Saylor Run8 CKIIY.Everardus. 1948.
__ t ,',.'.' yan, Box 204 Stone Kentucky. Baretta, Plaintiff vs. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoman
An Clerk of said Court.
You Ten fate Baretta
Defendant. Case
b are required to appear on William D.
Morgan, Jacksonville
No. 6051.
September 30th 1948 In Fla. Atty. for Pit. 8-23 4t 9-\
; Court and cause,
: ; wherein plaintiff seeks divorce. NOTICE TO APPEAR
: Bradford County Telegraph shall STATE OF FLORIDA to: Ten IN cincriT COURT. 011 \ FORD
publish this Order In next four Cate Baretta whose residence and COUNTY FLORIDA l:> tllVN.,
weekly Issues. address Is Oentschestraat Street CERY.
.. 18B The Hague, Holland. Tlaffaello Castlglla, Plaintiff
.{r .\ Witness my hand and official v>
Real at Htarke You are required to appear on Daniel Castlglla Defendant Caf,
I day ot August 1948.Florida this 26th October 4, 1946, In the above named No. 6018.
II (OFFICIAL HEAL) A. J. Thomas court and cause, wherein plaintiff ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND :
I An Clerk of said Court. seeks divorce. Bradford County NOTICE TO APPEAR
John J .Henderson Telegraph shall publish this Order STATE OF FLORIDA: Daniel
Fla., Atty. for Pit. St.8-30 Augustine 4t 9-20, In next four weekly Issues. Castlglla. whose_ residence. !and .ad-
I Witness my hand and official seal arena is: % Hose Buraskl, 2154
..w, .I...... _..,.. _-____. at I-It/Lrk n,_*,. -"ITlni-l--- ._lfi_ ohl.....- uun_"'.v._ ..h6.v. Third Avenue, New York, X,v
.t.in niL'ii-r, niiAl>Konn 5: 1940.: York (or) Daniel Caatlglln 101
4'OI1'Y(;.;11 Y. FL.ORIDAI: CHAN.Joseph (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas East 120th Street, New fork. New
As Clerk of said Court. York.
II Kbro I bro,, Plaintiff vs. Leonllda T. Frank Landrum Starke Fla. You are required to appear "01
I Defendant. Case No. 6031. Atty. for Plf. 9-6 4t 9-27 September 23, 1948 In the nhov.
ORDER OP PUBLICATION named Court and cause, wherein
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR IN CIRCUIT COURT, BRADFORD andncofntroleof minortchildcuBraad
\&THii& '. Leonllda Ebro whose. residence. and CKRY. ford County Telegraph shall publish >
address IH 1729 0th Street, Brook Fanny R. McLeroy Plaintiff, vs. this Order In next four weekh
f lyn New York. Wilbur McLeroy Defendant. Case Issues.
You are required to No. 6047. Witness my hand and offl";lal
September 30, 1946 In appear the above on ORDER OF PUBLICATION seal at Starke Florida, this AURIIK'
named Court and AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 22. 1146.
plaintiff seeks divorce.cause, wherein STATE OF FLORIDA to: Wilbur (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas
J Ji County Telegraph shall publish Bradford McLeroy whose residence Is Hous As Clerk of said Court.T. .
Order In next four this ton Texas. Frank Landrum Starke, Fla
weekly Issues. You Atty. for Plf. 8-23 41 '".13NOTIC10
are required to
i i Witness appear on
-i i.j. my hand
and official October '
7. 194G In the above
seal nam
ij Starke Florida, this August ed Court and wherein OF KLKfTlOVT
j 27, 1946. plain.
tiff seek divorce. PTadford County the "Sheriff of llrmlfonl. ('", .nt,.
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Telegraph shall! publish this order of the State of Florida I
j'' As Clerk of said Court. In next four weekly issues He It Known That I, n A. Ora)

.{t ,- ,:,...... T. Frank Landrum, Htarke: Fla. Witness my hand and official seal Secretary of State of the State of
s q ,,. Atty. for Pit. B-a0 .ft 9-20 at Starke,. Florida, this September: 1 6, 11116. a. :
('01. M'Y.' FLORIDA IV (.'II.V: As Clerk of said Court. bet held. In Bradford CouniyState
,! < :11". H. O. Brown Starke, Fla. of Florida on Tuesday next
John H. Graves Plaintiff, vs. Mar Atty. for Plf. 9-6 4t 927I" succeeding, the first Monday III1..'

We are specialists in car care but though we are to*.. Case Caret No.Louis 6032.ORDER Uraves. Def endant vember being A. D. 1948, the Mild Tuesday
AND NOTICE TO APPEAR CERY. CHAN For United States Senator.

equipped and staffed to practically rebuild a car, we Margaret STATE Louise OF FLORIDA Craves, to whose: Mrs. William Ruth Neighbors Ivan Smith Plaintiff vs. For Representative District at of the the SucnnclCongressional Slat-

-., residence and address Is. Mount Case No. l.044. Smith Defendant of Florida, In the Eightieth (',10-
Pleasant South Carolina. ORDER OP cress of the United States.For .

are equally glad to received your confidence in correcting ., September You are 30 required, 1946 to In appear on AND NOTICE PUBLICATION TO APPEAR Court Two Justices of the Supreme
the above, STATE OF FLORIDA of the State of Florida.
to: Mrs.
plaintiff Court and cause, wherein Ruth Neighbors Smith: whose resi For Two Railroad Conimlaslonerr
seek divorce. Bradford dence of the State of Florida.
". and address Is
the least auto defect. Our chief concern at Order County In Telegraph next.. four shall weekly publish Issues.this Carolina.Market !Street Georgetown 418 South High Representatives For One Member of of the the House State ""of'

seat atnStarkeyFlorida this August You are required to appear on Florida.
27. 1948. October 7, 1946, In the above County Commissioner
named ftrl'o
this lime is to help keep every essential car on the road As(OFFICIAL Clerk of SEAL) A. J. Thomas, tiff Court seeks and divorce cause Bradford wherein Countv plaIn. For Two Two Members and Four.of the CountyBoard
I said Court.
Telegraph of Instruction Districts
shall Public
T. Frank publish this Order
Landrum. Stark, Fla. In next four ; One and Three.In .
weekly Issues.
.that your old car will last until your new one comes t talang. it p!. w Atty. for Plf.' 8-30 4t 920iv Witness my hand and official seal Testimony set my Whereof hand and I affixed have hereunto theGreat -
: ruin IT
rnritT. nn September .
('0' %'r,'. Seal of the State of Florida/
(' FIOIIlU'1 iv fiit.vKIIY. : (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas at Tallahassee, the Capital, this the
As Clerk of said first day of A. D. 1918
Ruth Court. September
f Dorothy Pyne Evans., Plain. T. Frank Landrum. TO_ A. niiA\..
tiff vs. Max Starke.: Florida -
fI Case_ .No. 5033.f Evans, Defendant. Atty. for Pit AA--v a.. _on- (SEAL) Secretary. of State.
I ORDER A. O. Andreu Sheriff
OF -
Max Evans, to: Mr. IV: CIRCUIT C O U H T, Rltal'1'llJI'DI'IAL
80 DER I residence and Winnie Adams, CIRCUIT. IV I N 11
address Plaintiff
: Is 413 West vs. R. A.
We Maintain A Modes RE PAIR I New York New York. 21st Street, Adams, Defendant. Case No. 6043. Fort IltllFOHD ('01 Y7'Y, FI.OK-
You are required to NOTICE PUBLICATION IDS IV "'''''''CERY.
appear AND
1' September TO APPEAR Puukett.
30, 1948 In the above .
Up-to-date Body Fender i named Court and cause, wherein R. STATE A. OF FLORIDA to: Mr. Complalntant.
Adams whose -VII- DIVORCE
I I plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford address residence and
ti. County Telegraph shall publish this lina. Walterboro, South Caro Paul Puckett.

and Paint Department \ "t .. Order Witness In next my four hand weekly and Issues You are required to appear on THE Defendant.STATE! OF FLORIDA T"
official October
\ 7,
seal 1946. In the Paul Puckett
:r- at Stark*, Florida this August '' Court and above named
27 194*. cause, wherein plaintiff Residence Unknown.It .
and Will be Glad to be (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas Telegraph seeks divorce. Bradford County Is hereby Ordered that you ar,'
4 As Clerk of said shall publish this Order 7th ant
Court In next tour required to appear on the
T. Frank Lnndrum Starke weekly Issues. of October 1946 before the
Florida, Witness A. D. ,
of Service to You. ,' Atty. for Plf. 8.30 4t 9-20 at Starke mv Florida hand and September above entitled Court to the Bill
4, 194*. this of Complaint filed against you In
.' IN CIRCUIT CO R"T. BRADFORD (OFFICIAL the above styled: cause, and tnEYadford >>
e COUNTY. FLORIDA IV CHAN: As Clerk of SEAL said Court.) A. J. Thomas County Telegraph If her -
CERY. T. by designated the newspaper in
Frank as
Francisco Lombard) I Landrum, Starke, Fla.
Plaintiff vs. Atty. for Plf. which this Order shall be
W.. Van Gunter Qrasla. Artale Lombard!. Defendant. 9-6 4t 9-27 once a week for four consecutive
Case No. 6041.ORDER IV week.*.

Service Manager t STATE OP FLORIDA I CERY. Court at Starke: ,
to: Oraila "'
Artale Lombard! whose i Alfred D. Keller, County Florida this the 31III>
residence Plaintiff V..
and Valrle Keller August A. D. 1948.
X. M. Taylor In Charge of ere Q .t+ You address are required Is unknown.to appear on 6043OHDER Defendant. Case No. A.: 3. THOUA; f'rad
Clerk of the Circuit Court
October 7. 1948, In the
Cody, Fender and Paint Court and cause, I'vlrnrrli1 i iI '. ANENOTIB PUBLICATION TO APPEAR ford County, Florida. Plaintiff(!HEAL)
STATE OF FLORIDA W. B. Cone, Solicitor for
Department PAINTING to: Valrle 9-6 41 1._7

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