Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 15, 1947
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:02920
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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it ill' In The ShadeWith


clan Conner, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce stopped I

shade tree long enough the other afternoon to show the10nel

the I ft few of the questionnaire sheets that have been coming Official County Publication Established In 1S77VOLUMX

office In a steady stream since the Chamber's "yelp for

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'IS sent out a week or so ago. ; S1MV-MNE': !SIltHK.:. FM>KIIM,.s.'a". AVtU'KT U: 11M7 MM1JKB' FOKTY-ONBS Cae.e.e.e.eenan.a.

Of the questionnaire was to inform the citizenry of pro- -- -- .. - ... -
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{ now under consideration by the Chamber and
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that these be OKed, or KOed, and to invite original auggea- Thirteen Have Paid Qualifying Fees '

rom all-comers.. I For Want'Of A Caution Light -1 1I.
be expected. some of the answers were helpful some .

-- -- I To Run In September 9 City Election
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BRADFORD COUNTY TT.1.ICOBAPH" ............ FLORIDA FRIDAY. ACGtST S, 1M7on. .. Thla year for the first time In

Councilmen Must SUrko's history, candidates are

oPOp."I"A TION :FOR IN CIRCUIT COOIIT. BRADFORD 'Certificate No. 88 Year of Issuance 2S, tin.WFPOICIAL. Attend Meetings paying qualifying foe for the
DEED COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CHAJI-' June 1, A. D. 1945. ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas privilege of running In the election
TAX ... CKR.Y.Lawrence. of As Clerk of Mid Court.
sill 1'1"' IS Description Property To Draw
oe-HEREBY GIVEN that Tlson. P 1 a I ntlff, vs. Cora at SE Cor of SBK of SW%" Rivers sV Anderson, Or.. Cove Pay of Sept. 7. The new regulation -
iii the holder 0'/ thecertificates Blanche Tlson befendant. Case A run W (21 ft for a pt of bee FlaAttys. I enacted by the Council aev-
igins has filed ...IdIII No. 1805. thence run N let ft W 189 ft to for Pit. 1'." 4t t-11 In Order to draw thrlr lull i
eriil months provide that the
tat deed to behor ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND Road thence Southerly along E .Id. ago
.for. The ...rtUloat.o NOTICE TO APPEAR of Road to>> 8.0. use thence B topt ROTIO. I f30 per niontV lucy City COIIHrllmon qualifying fee for any office will

of Issuance the STATE) OF FLORIDA tot Blanche of bes Section 32. Township S TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I nIneS attend both rrjru- he five percent of the annual salary
n dol.a the property, and Tlson, whose resident le K Qott- South, Range 12 East, containing 2 Notice I I. hereby given that X tar nuH-tlngs ,,_It tuontli uml
.V which It was assessed hart Street. Newark New' Jersey. acres more or less. have filed my Final Account a. Administrator I thereof
You are required appear on Nam. In Which Assessed: Unknown. of Estate of Seaborn H. Mil .|H>rlal nHellngH of the
011010.: t1 Year of Isite August 18, 1947, In hOab named AH of said property being In the Crosby and will on the 10th day of Candidates for the City Council
,tS No.I. A. D. UU.o' Court and cause, wherein plaintiff. County of Bradford, State of Flor 'August 1947 apply to the County U I governing huutly.This pay a fee of Sill; candidate for
I, t.II. seeks. dlvoroe. Bradford County ida. action tnkrn
Prop.rty Lots Bradford County, Florida was upon
of of Dlk 8 Lots Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn Unless such certificate or certificates for'Ylno.\ Discharge a. AdmlnlstraArdell : I Mayor pay $23.at; anti candIdate.
11 motion ('unn 'lhnlln Jimlu
n. 0 Lot. 1. 8, 5. next four weekly Issue. shall be redeemed accord- 101'. a by < for Chief of<< Police pay $9 J.
Ilk I 11 i 1111k II & Lot .B of Witness my Hand and official log to law the. property described D. Crosby I 7\!. Smith iitu I I o New River S_ seal at Starke. Florida thIs July' In such certificate or certificates 7-11 4t 8-i As Administrator.tl I "hrldiiK""t H ami attnnilisl Through Thursday the followingcamllilittn .
township I South Ran,. 17. 184T. will be sold to the highest' bidderat 1 had '
(OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, the Court: House door on the : CIRCUIT OOrilT. BRADFORD I by Mn."h. L. A. fann qualified:
Allan For.wld A. Clark of said Court. In the month of Sep COUNTY. FI.OHIUA. IN' IMAN-' For Don L. Hoovet Jake
assessed '. Mayor: ,
which By Lucille C. Conner. D. C. r.terorl;: which Is the 1st day CEll?. I I < ,*, anti 1 I IIrl<1KI''', I

t.. property being In I the Zach H. Douglas, GaInesville, Fla. of September 1947. Willie Merle. Thornton. Plaintiff, va. I If a ('......I'II"'n II>|XHI>B tune P. Roberto and II. C. Wall.

(,f Bradford. : State of Flor- Atty. for PIt 7-18 4t 8-8 (OFFICIAL Dated this,SEAL 24th )day A.ot J.July Thomas.147.: Case Edwin No.Edgar 6HOJ. Thornton. Defendant I regular muting lie Mill iso For City Clerk: Carl John (Incumbent

certificate or cer- IS CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford ORDER OF PUBLICATION I dix-krxl $15. If he nilHom itapi'eial ),
.hall such he redeemed aooord- COUNTY. FLOH1DAI IN 4HANCBIIY. County. Florida. 7-25 4t 8-15 AND NOTICE TO APPEARSTATE I nulling the ilfdiiftIon For Chief of Polities: W. K.
describedertitiCate OF FLORIDA toBtlwln
law the. property 01' certificate. Cecil Emerson N.llly, Plaintiff, vs.Mildred !:or CIRCUIT ("O 'RT. BRAnfOROCOUNTY. Edgar Thornton whose residence I* will h.. $.1.Tlio Thornton Half V. Alvarcs, and

sold' to the n'' h"ton"S.? Johnston N.llly. Defendant.Case FLORIDAI II CtlAM-' unkno..n.Ag new ".ltulal Inn Manmudo Ben C. HolUendorf.

court house No. 6851.OHDEH <'KHY.Florence: u.t are required h.t'.b: appear on I' rfftM'tl\r 1. Fur City Council (unexpired term '
In month of Sept.m1 OF PUBLICATIONAND C. Collins Plaintiff vs. IS 1947. In named Auiciiat
,"which, la the 1st day of NOTICE TO APPEAR Leo R. Collins, Defendant.. Case No. Court and cause, wherein plaintiff ; D. A. Montelth) O. A. Knight anti I
Mildred Bradford
STATE! Of' FLORIDA to: seeks divorce County
.1'' 1941.day of 1947.AL Johnston Nellly. whose residenceIs 5834.ORDER OF PUBLICATION Telegraph shall publish thla OrderIn : E. II. Smith.
this' 10 .Y'T Beacon at, Boston Mass. next four weekly For Council two
SHAL) A. J. 'bomaa.Circuit : 147 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR smiles. Pre-School Plan City ( year
Court BradfordFlorida. : You are required I h.t appear on STATE: OP FLORIDA to: Mr. Leo R. Witness my hand and official terms) : I... A. Cnnova, and P. L.
or8 1 Ct a-Id August 29 1947, In above named Collins. who. residence and ."- seal m.1 stark. Florida this July HtillyMood Cainnrn ft U lift\ Hhup|
Court and cause wherein plaintiff. ,Istio Calumet Street Rox- 14. 1947.OFFICIAL Bridge (lncumbfn..l.. ) James A. [
seek divorce. Bradford County dress (( SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas 'ftection of Walnut and
Li-wls and ,
Mass. Albeit
: Hnrtmann.
Set For Teachers
said Court.
Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn to appear on A. Clerk of
,'MT TOt'RT BRADFORDTY. You are required '. C. rvhat can happt-n whrn I
CIIAN- next four weekly Issues. 22, 1947. In the above named Hy" Lucille C Conner D for candidate to quulify -
FLORIDA IN Witness my hand and official" C'nurt AufrilPt and cause wherein plaintiff. Joseph K. Skipper I Williams Bldg I with highways arc not In the appmachlnir Cltv Kieotlon r
this July 7 W. Forsvth St.. Jacksonville, Flu
seal at Stark., Florida Bradford County Telegraph -

B Forester (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. next four weekly issues.Witflee I School Slarko Klcmcntary: School(
6846.EK .
Aa Clerk of said Court.T. .
and official
OP PUBLICATIONNO'rICFJ Frank Landrum, Stark. Fla my Rccid'nt.Vedn'lItlay and, Hampton Elementary: School!
TO APPEAR seal Rt Starke. Florida. this July PI.OHII| IN" CHAN.r Ben Holtzendorf
'i FLORIDA to: Emory Atty. for Plf. 8-1 4t 8-82 II, 147. :RY.Mahalla lutomobile involved i-4 will pratlclpute In a l're..chtl)1 i )I
residence. Is: '!I.Hot..I OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Revel Plaintiff. vs. Carl hu not Candidate For Chief
whone 'a
BRADFORDrot'NTY. inquest conference
tee CIRCUIT COCR-T : planning from AiiKtint
Court Street Or..n- SC <*l..rk cf sell Court Revel, Defendant.. Ca.. No. Snail.lit. .
Carolina., FLORIDA" IN CHAN.rBKY. '1'. Frank Lnndriim, Starke. Fla. >KH OK- ..tll.a.I.\\'I.II'o: 23: through September 1\. Tl("
uth 7-25 4t 8-15 tNt NOT'CR TO API'RAH Ben C. HolUvmlnrf announced .1
to appear on Attys. for Plf. /
ir required James Hubert Combs, Plaintiff, vs FLORIDA toMr. Carl group will meet In llio former(
>-r' 1, 1947, In the above Ruby Loulflft Combs, Defendant. STATE OF .and: address cnts at this intersection, this work that he will be a can-
.and cause, wherein. ('OrRT. nR l>PORI> Revel whose residence usa bullillng In Stnike at 0:00: (
Court Case No. 5839.ORDER II CIHCl'IT Is Route 2, MIllHbnra, Delaware. : till late for Chief of Police In the
Bradford :
r seekS divorce. OF PtTBLICATION 'ol..rv.. FLOIIIIItl II ell AN- You required to on 10 upright sign and no A. M. ami will work until 3.00: (

Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.thl. AND NOTICE '1 C APPEAR Rubv rtpwY. Theodore Stalling, Plaintiff August are 22, 1947, In the above appear named Ing north along WalnutI P. M. each day. City Election to be held Sept. 9.
n STATE OF FLORIDA to: William
eel my hand. and official Louis. Combs, whose residence and v.. May Helen Stalling.. De seek Court. divorce.and cause Bradford wherein County Plaintiff Telegruaph I as an intersection with During the first week several Mr. Holtxonilorf hat been a
Florida. this July I Case No. R697. resident of Starke or the 23
Starke address Is unknown. fendant. In ( pant ,
shall this Order

IAL PEAL) A. 3. Thomas, August You are 23, 1947 required In h.t above appear named on 4 :.:gElJo.Ep.'I'rp: ; \ !; 1J i: I next four weekly my publish hand ISMUOS.Witness and. official .ters lose there control are two of theirts deeply will outstanding be consultant educational They haulers,will years, and served on the police 'I" I

said Court. FLORIDA toMay fore for number of Hewas .
'k of court and cause wherein plaintiff STATE! OF a years
Florida, July
seal at S ark.,
Law Exchange residence Is lead discussions and be availablefor
K. Skipper. Bradford County Helen mailings, whose
'eek. divorce. 13, 1947.OFFICIAL. a member of the fore durIng '
tiknimvllle, Fla. Telegraph. shall publish this OrderIn clo Mrs. D. 11. Richards" 4A9 Randolph SEAL A. J. Thomas, conference with Individual \ '
8-2J ( near-accidents I
8.tt California! or are .the of Btandlng
I'' Plf. next four weekly Issues. street", NaSa Asf.rk\ of said. Court period Camp
Witness mv hand. and "fflclnl east] You are required: to appear on T. Frank Landrum Stnrko Fla. interviewed : or group Among the consultants \ activity, I
.at Starke., Florida. thin 23rd of July August 25, 1947. In the above named Attys. for Pit 7-25 4t 8-15 expected to be present arc: '
-TIT fOIIRT. BRADFORDTV. and cause, wherein plaintiff I Since the Mr. '
1847 Court : leaving ,forc,
FLORIDA IN! CHAN- (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas seeks divorce. Bradford County Telegraph ; n our town. We need aWe Dr. O. Ballard Simmons, Dean of ,
As Clerk of said. Court.T. shall publish this Order IN" ITICCIT COt n'r. -PFnRIt also need ade- the College of Education Unlv r- Holtiendorf ha been engaged tn ibU
.:dward. Kenlston Plaintiff.. Frank I-nndrum. Btark, Fla. next four weekly Issues.V1 Co. "N rv. FI.OHIIH, IN" ('11.-'' more trad*of carpentery. I
Iv Mae Kenlston. Defendant. Atty. for Pit. 7-85 4t 8-U \ "..., mv Kin, .l and nfflclsl CEll: Y. way to turn when they alty.of riorJda, ; Dr. Clara ,N. OJ- I' ,
1109. seal at Stark., Florida. this July Wade Crawford Plaintiff vs. Leonie. son and Dn.l*. B. Wheat College t"4. !
ER oF PUBLICATION --- 1H 1947.OFF'CIAt.. (Crawford Defendant. Case No. anting know the way R.V. A'
NOTICT3 TO APPEAR I'M! C'IRCI'IT CUbIt $IlttflS'OHDCOCNTY5 FlF.A! 1.1 A. J. Thomas 5708 of Education University of nor- Alvarez Seek [* \

B: OF FLORIDA tot Betty FLORIDA 11! ell 04.:01-.: ** rt"rU of snlrt, Oourt.HT ORDER OF Pt'm.I<'ATION' .." Ida: J. K. Chapman and Mls '
nmton: whose residence. Is: CEll?. Lucille C. Conner D. C. AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Chief OfPolice Post
-. Street Apartment, 4Um. ., David. F Hilton Sr.. Plaintiff vs Rivers & Anderson, Green Cove STATE OF FLOUID\: L..onl.. ake a terrible accident, Sarah Lou Hammond. State Department 'f
West Virginia. I Louise W Hilton Defendant.. Case .Springs, Florida. .A tty.. for Pit.7IS Crawford whose residence I. un of Education! ; Dr. A T.
are required tn appear on No. 6854. 4t 815IN known. Ization that this: one Ralf V. Alvares member of the I

H '147 In the above num"n ORDER OF PtlTTLICATION I --- You: ark requIred h"' appear on Covlngton, Mr. ArUn L, Me- Stark police department, anouno- I Ir
nd cause. wherein plaintiff AND NOTICE TO 1 APPEAR August 18. 1947, In nhtive nanifrdCouit Knight Mr. LetltU Preston, and
roCRT OP IIK4IIroiiit ed yesterday that he will enter the) r
Bradford Count OF FLORIDA to: LoulfieW riltCUT end cause, whnreln plaintiff
vorre STATE
ih nhall publish this Order Hilton, whose residence Is un ICUNT' '' %'. n.oHii IN" seek divorce. :Brmlfortl. County >out this corner before W .W Thurman of the Bradford race for the office: of Chief of j
('11 t %rKin.Hiihv Telegraph. shall! publish thin. Crcler "
four weekly Issues. known. Plaintiff, vsV. C. id another one. County Health Unit. Polio of Starke In the September
official seal. to appear. on Wilson In next four weekly ISMIIPH.WltnosK !
-t my hand and You are required
above Dofvndant CII. No. hand' soul officials .. Local Invited to participate
k' FlorIda, thin July IT September 1, 1947." In the WIlson my persons 9 election.
named Court and\ cause, wherein (Itt OHIL OP 1'1'ItHl'ATION TO APPEAR "al at Htarke, Florida. this July ;it be overestimated. I Include A. R. McRae, SUperintendent In making his announcement Mr.
BraeifnriCounty ANI NOT1CM] 1947.
J. Thomas.As II.
TAt SEAL) A. seeks
Clark of said Court. plaint T.I"Rraplah..11. publish thIsOrder flTATE OF FLOUIDA to:la W.un l:. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, if the house because so of Public Instructions A.var) stated: "1 began working

lie C. Conner, D. C. In next four weekly Issues Wilson whose residence. *.. Clerk of said Court have reached the Poster Shi Smith, Administrative
they the force three I
Anderson Green Cove hand and official anal, known. Hy Lucille C. Conner r) Cn extra on year ago
Witness my
Florida. at Stark, Florida thla July 90 Yoik are required tn .appear named on I .;. Knight. Stark., Fla. Assistant; and Mrs. Jennie Your, and hav* been employed by the
8-8 August is, 1947. In the above for P1?. 7-18 4t 8-8
r' Plf. 7-1S tt 11)47OFFICIAL. Atty Supervisor of Instruction. ITA i
wherein regular
a policeman
SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Court and. cause City as
As Clerk of said Court. seeks divorce. Bradford: this CountyTclearoph Ordei. IN' CIRCUIT COURT.C IIR"II'OIlO intersection before and members are also invited to at two year.. I feel I am qualified!

iri IT C-OVRT. BRADFORD. J. C. Durrance.. Law Exchange Bldg.JacksonvIlle. next four shall. weekly publish Is.ues.. <>.'\'ry. FLOHIUAI IN ClltN.CFRV. : have been placed there tend. to discharge the duties of the of- I),
,Ni' In J
I ), pi.ouini if .CH Fla. .Pftriiseal
Atty. for l'lf. 8-1 4t 8-ZI WItMmv, Rend iiid thla* July Julius R. Berry Plaintiff, vs. Mae This first pre-chool planningconference flee of Chief of Police, and' wUl.pprocl.te '

,i'i'F Dill, Plaintiff. vs. at Starke, Florida Smltli\ Berry; Defendant.. Cane No. In Bradford County Is 1 your vote and, support."

It Dill. Defendant. Case No. rinrrii .- ).'BT, "II"UVOH" 23."po"1947., ""VAf. PPAM A..1 581.ORDER OF PI'WLICATION tha, during; which time being held according! to recommendation ,, .
''ER OF PUBLICATION ,-< l"S.TV. FI.ON1DAI' IV CII t.' If.As o.Clerk Brown of said, Starke' fnurl, Fla Tn"n'1 AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO APPEARSTATE to: Ma Ihould be done about it of the Florida CltllIenll' James A. Lewis '

NOTICE TO APPEAR C'ICIIV. 7-25 Uducatlon! ,
PR? Committee on ?
'Phillips Plaintiff vs. Lola Atty. for whose known ru'sfdsnes -
E OF FLORIDA to Oraclewhose John C. 3 nltn' Berry lit '
I. residence. 'Is 1101 Patricia Phillips, Defendant CaseVn. and address QeneralPellvery wbo conducted extensive survey Offers For CouncilJames
KH.1J. IN! rinri'iT rni'fiT. BRADFOVIOCOUNTY Orangeburg, South Carolina in town always
View Blver. .
RocKy 0' UFR; : OF PP LI" 1'1'10"1' FI.OrtinAl I''" tn./I : Ingers to determine the needs of the
ANI> Nrvrtrn TO APPEARSTATE fEll Y. V.i are rsqntreu fr appear on There should be a school of Florida. The report of A. Lewis, printer-sale- ,I
or. required to appear on FLORIDA to: Mrs Kenerly, Plaintiff vs. James before August 25th,, 1947 In the
OF Nina the Bradford
I I I', 1947. In th. ahoy named Patricia. Phillips, whos residence M. Kenerly, Defendant. Case No. abov. named Court .and eause.where > of the night by some these surveys provided the bail man' with County

And cause, wher.ln plaintiff Lola and address Is: 27*4 Mnnta- 5l4t. In plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford avlng driven through upon which the recently pasueil' .Telegraph announced this week i, I
( Ivnr... Bradford County T" South Carolina ORDER OF PI'BLICATTON Telegraph. shall. publish this '
Charleston County he will be candidate for
Street that a
shell In Sue ... omnibus education bill was writ-
publish this order AND NOTI( '"! TO APPRAH Order In next. four weekly laRd. .
'ir weekly Issues. Vi!"u .fmitred, ri ,snn<*nr' nAugust STATFI OF FLORIDA to: James Witness im nsn" And official ten. One of the needs, a* determined the City Council In the September -
P'i my hand and officialOtarke above named whose residence Isirth. : Florida, this 12nd day
22, 1947 lnth. M. Kenerly, seal at Stark all been anxious for the wee 9 election. i
I Florida this July wherein Plaintiff' Wllkeiiborn, North Carolina: of July, by experts cooporalive
Court seeks dlvoroe.and cause.Bradford County Tel- % You. are required. to appear onAugust fFFlt; llt41..JOAI.J. : A..J ThomasAs expecting a terrible ac- planning of the school pro- Mr. Lewis, who has been a resident

TAt SEAL) A. 3. Thomas. graph shall' publish' this Order In 25 1947. In the above named Clark nf ssld,, Court. of Stark .for.afund.23 year<< ,
1 As Clerk of said Court. four weekly Issue Court and caimo.. wherein plaintiff John J TTend Euq. St. Augustine lould certainly place armall gram. .
Ills C. Conner D. C. next Witness my hand and official', seeks dlvorc.. Bradford. County Fla., Atty. turpit.j.5; 4t 8-IS In order that rhool faculties stated that thl* I I. the first tIme
& Often, Stark., Fla. neat at Starke, Florida. this July *3. Telegraph shall publish thIs OrderIn he has ever offered for publlo
roe Plf.I 7-18 4t 8-S next four weekly Issues aad larger unit may have the opportunIty
1947. ) A. J. Thomas. Wltn*. nv and sell offlcls' IN riH4-riT rorRT. .R..I'" 'Cub the office and If elected will do what I', ,
(OFFICIAl'tEAL Florida, this July ( <.I..TY.. PI.OHIUAI IN' rl'* '- Shqw to plan together t
4e Clerk. of said 'nurt. seal at Stark. he can to help curtail: expensesso
< PHY.Evelyn Citizens' Committee

rn'r n. FLORIDA COt'RT. BRADFORD IN: CHAH- 1'Attys.. Frank for J t.ndrum.'t'7-25 4t, Fla.8IdvorIcE 24.OFFir-141... I*47. nf"SEAL' sell) Court A J. Thomas Arnold J.Taylor:Boulan poulan., Defendant.Plaintiff 1 Case Well Attended school program recommended the and the that city taxes will not be further IIpo..lble. -' <*[

C r"llc Increased and reduced.
J" Each F!. Dnut-las, Galnssvllle, Via No. t 30.OKDER. of farmers Legislature approved a tenth *
ye Lee. Plaintiff, "' APPl.trATlOV: FOil 7-25 4t 8.11IN OF PUBLICATION i Intenrst.J throng .
1. Lee, Defendant Case No. Attys. for Plf. ANn NOTI"*!!: TO APPEAR month of work for teacher Thealary -
Tt X tJK.K.INOTICK Arnold .'all dection of the county\ at- '
STATE OF by the
HERKBY nnAnPonnr allotment provided
[r>FR OF PUBLICATION IS rinrri-r COSUT. and address '
NOTICE! TO APPEAR E. W. Hayes the has holder filed of saidcertificate the. .>l NTT, FI.OHIIIAI IN ell IN.'' J Boulan last known whose residence Is 8904 No. Charles tct th* FarmaIl Cub tractor .tat* Include a tenth month for Rites Saturday ; 1 1For

,E:whose OF FLORIDA residence to and: Fame adt '. followingcertificates* for a tax. dt CertificateNiimberH ..d to be <'."!'V.Andr.w D Cooper, Plaintiff. v.. You St.,are Baltimore required Maryland to appear, nn instratlon on the R. A. New- this purpose. The tenth month I* Mrs. Crawford 1

known I. % 8. L U. Hall Issued thereon. The of Issuance, the Ruby Irene Cooper Defendant. Ca.eNo or before August 25th, 1947 In the farm north of town Monday to be used locally for planning ;
?" tit.. New York, N. T. and Years and 1819. above named Court and cause, after the actual teaching Accident Victim
the property PtTBLICATION and
are required to appear on description of assessed ORDER OF wherein plaintiff .....k. divorce. noon. .before
re September Is*, H47 In the names In which It was AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR Bradford County Telegraph shall year.
". named Court and cause, are a. follows: Year of Ismutnce STATE' OF FIX>RIDA to Ruby I. publish this Order' In next four crew of ten expert* were onto Funeral service for Mr*. .- :
1 plaintiff seeks dlrorce Certificate No. 5 II Irene Connor wh"se residence : Issues.Witness five Cub through The conference In Starke I* being
194S. weekly the
D. put died In the
A. who
1 County shall June I. ft. Woden Texas: hand and nfficieipeal nU
Telegraph Route on my directed by C. S. Fartln. Prin '
this Order In next four Description of PropertyS of Blk 1 8 of You are required tn appear namedCourt at Htarke. Florid, this 22nd pace. demonstrating the' and Shadycreit Hospital Thursday.Aug. .
l.. ft "f W% 1947. In the above Bradford High School I
3H 2ft ; cipal. I
ues Blk August '
NW'4' of of July 1947OFFICIAL Implement (attachment I
". N J75 ft of and whereIn plaintiff Wt 7, a* the result of injuries
my hand and official. seal. R S: E land E of same to Telegraph ( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs Grace W. Osborne Elementary !
: "' Florida this ISth of I 8 of R IE'* Temple's. Sub- seeks divorce. Hrsdfnrd County order In Clerk of said' Court. ding a front-mounted mow- received In an automobile accident. it I
,; road Ex N 110 ft 9 shall publish this Henderson Esq. St. AugusAttyiT'for bar- Principal. They are being assisted '
XI A 21, Township Issues.Witness John 3 machine, bottom plow held last Saturday afternoon ,
AL J. Thomas. Div Section containing 2 next four weekly official, .. MM. Ola U. Perkins, Principal were
I f ttLloul't, South Range 22 Rant mv bend and this Julyvuuiy ;; Plf. 1-2S 4tLsiiicers I-U plow disc plow, cultivators.irs. by at 2.30: o'clock l In the Kings-
1 liond.non acres more or leas. seal at Stark., Florida dlitrlbuM Hampton School. i
inUff. E.q.8.1. Solicitor 4t 1.12 Name In Which Assessed:: Unknown. and fertilizer ley Lake Baptist Church. Tile '* i

Rev, H. 5!. TIllman of Jackson- ,.

apoaaDr of this new ..11I Students RegisterFor villa officiated.

minI awicvieu! mi.SKI' sealed-down BHS Term Mr Crawford wa born la t. I tMoultrlw
'9iuHfti.um arC .... two ivey- from 43 National Guard unit :I 1894 and ,'.t '
Tile Ken sox tnumped the Florida State Employment men model of the row crop tractor Ga.. Feb. 17. |
r to dumprUIS Ume and for 22 bits and office la Gainesville the throughout Florida converged on, state On September 4th for thus past 14 year had mad..:
pitchers Service farmer,
return later to distribute! it atone their win the camp Wednesday and will return used by large-scale her home In Stark with her son- ;

|v. the farmer a reduction scored almost at will In speaker stated. home Sunday. It I Ia the first that It I. designed primarUy to Arthur R. McRae, Bupertnten- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mr.

cost per ton. Sunday. Jake Keene went the The district office of the StateI and encampment of the State Militia bring complete economical: and dent of Public Instruction, an- Lacy Sllcox. She was a member

t l III a service that baa been route for the Sox. giving: up even I I Welfare Board handle aid claim to dependent since 1940 but I* not a large- practical mechanization to the operator nounced this week that all pupil of the Klngsley Lake Baptist i

.n<'e and -
*:>/ year aa the cot has hlU collected five children old age office held at Blandlng In the summer truck garden and grove! High School Stark EleranntarySchool. addition to her daughter
Godwin aid to the blind. the Hampton School are I
Garland and .
Prohibitive: for a small farmer. to of 19.1$. Mrs. Sllcox she I Is survived by another I
doubles In ,
: located
>l n.a land limed. Lime Isl'lute hit Including two long and for this district la Men from the Stacks company C Of C Meet Tonight requested to register at their respective daughter, Mrs. Maggie Harlow I, :. I

necessity (at least lead the Starke batsmen, Green Cove Spring Headquarters Co.. 2nd Bn.. 121th school on Thursday of Iron City Oa.. and) a ;, ; I

'9 p.r acre) for growing Mae McCrlff collected four aate- The field office of the Social Inf. who are taking the course All members of the !Stark September 4, beginning at 9:00: brother, Leonard Abbott of Moultrle ',
will '
DUtCh: Clover and U very' the afternoon. Security Administration In Gainesville are: S. Set. W. C. Rhoden. T. Sift. Chamber of Commerce are urgedto A. M. School busses run be' Ga. I., j I
111 to peanut, winter len4 U.s during travel to San Maeto handle claim from people Robert Drake S. Bgt. nick St. attend a meeting to be> held In that day and lunch room will Following the funeral s.rvlce Ii:.,'. I

& other crop having af" The Sox to Starke: worked In the Social John. 8gt. Merrill Edward lit this courthouse tonight (Friday) open. first : Interment wa mad In the Kings- :i I
return who have Children entering the grsiethis '
this Sunday and Cliff Hazel T. Egt. A. U Lake Cemetery under the direction -
or SgL
calcium requirement. at 8 o'clock. ley
the aame Mr. Verri most be at least fIr.years I
yell Interested In obtaining next Sunday against Sundayat Security organization Crosby 8. 8gti.. T. Kirkland I A. J. Thorna president of the year of DeWitt C. Jones. t'
Ladle and nine month old on or
be .
.l'Ylce club. It will pointed out.Following and Pvt. M. IIrnaitde Company Pall bearer were Alton DOW I
are requested to con- ladies In Chamber announced that pur- I
before the first at
this tame, and all hU brief talk a period Commander Capt. R. O. Ktdd. accompanied day September. A. J. Thomas Earl '
ounty Agent X K. McClane of the meeting I III to formulate Adolph Oy. ,
to be the guest was heldduring pone 1047 Birth certificate should! bo '
rThtr detail Five cars of Starke are Invited of round-table discussion the men. and let Sgt. the organization's new program Mile, B. D. Blackwell, and Harold ;
ArrartJementl.re answered brought at the time of rexUtrmUon. -
'I"'e ordered I of the Red Sox. which the speaker Norbert Saymcaak (icgular army) I Glasgow.
already been LadUs 4>f work. .
iT! being made a gay pertinent questions. 1e serving* .D' t.atl'de\ljr.
contractor I* beginning management. t
t.t.ns today I Day by the Sox

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Colonel Bradford BRADFORD

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Ian Conner, secretary the Chamber of C.ommerce. stopped

tie shade tree long enough the other afternoon to show the

nel a few of the questionnaire sheets that have been coming Official County Publication Established In 1S77VOUUMX

T the], office In a steady stream since the Chamber's "yelp for

week or so ago. .
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',as sent was to Inform the DlhTl-NINE rutJu:. KI. JKIII-%.FK1DAY, ,U'( t'ST IS.: ; 1947 NUM11KR! : FOKTY-ONB! t
Let of the questionnaire citizenry of pro- ---.--- --- ,, -_ __ n___ __ __ .. ____ _. _.__
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mark projects now under consideration by the Chamber and

these be OKed, or KOed, and to Invite original sugges- .

ram that all-comers.. [: For Want Of Caution Light' Thirteen Have Paid Qualifying Fees I
might be expected some of the answers were helpful some I

ed u ue projects, and others: were laugh-provoking. Here's a few of the To Run In September 9 City Election

Sponsor an extensive "TRADE AT HOME" campaign _

D so many no parking zonea and clamp down on -
Eliminate .
This year, for the drat time inStarke'll
Kiarking- nuisance to .native and tourists alike. Councilmen Must
history, candidate are)
''sponsor( an ordinance to.keep cattle and hogs from roaming Attend paying qualifying foes for the

Rhways. IA< dead cow ls of little value to the owner, and a MeetingsTo privilege of running In the election -

icon, killed In an accident caused by these roaming menacesbe Draw PayIn of Sept. 7. The new regulation -

replaced.) enacted by the Council several -
beautification should be maintained at all times. order to draw these full months ago provides that the I
city-wlde *"0 |Mr month pay. City ('oiinrllinen -
H something about, the police telephone. qualifying fee for any office will
DO must attend both regular < be five of the annual .al
B Walnut Street at the intersection of 10th.In vu percent
place stop sign on ",,,.tlnlt" ,'",.'h month and theieof.CninlldnteH. .
Temple Ave. at Intersection with Call St. and on Washing all HM>rlal nMM-tliigM of the ary

B intersection with Walnut.. This will help prevent accidents. governing limly.Thin for the City Council
at pay a fee of 918; candidates for
have a campaign to get people to trade at home ingoing action "IVH taken upon
1. a motion by Councilman .'"n-
Jacksonville or elsewhere.
m,1 to I Chief of Police pay $96.
the streets clean Inn M. Smith iimild at a rge| >rlitlnortlng
livestock off the streets and keep ser 11Y the
Keep held AugiiNt X and l at. Through Thursday following
I attract people from other states. J
town( will .nI..1 by Smith. L. A. Can- candidates had qualified:

Encourage members of our police force and employes of our ova, anti I.. I... liridgeus.. For Mayor: Don L. hoover Jake '

< houses to treat the public (especially strangers and tourists) If a Coiini'llnmn misers. one P. Roberta, and H. C. Wall. I

Ke utmost courtesy. regular nu..-tliitt. lie will Iwilorknl For City Clerk: Carl John (incumbent -

Suggest that every,cltlzen, white and colored attend church $13.( If ho IIINMIN. anporlal ),
B, nu-rtlng thus ilrdurllon For Chief! of Police: W. lit 1 '

regularlY.this a WET county. Get the damn cows off the road. will he 13.Tho Thornton, Half V. Alvares, and
Make .. Urn C. lcltlC'ndorf.t'ur [ ,
now regulation was
old reactionaries who are
I crooked politicians and
of the
some made "U"'II"IC""t 1.PreSchool City Council (unexpIred termD.
Br back the progress of Starke. A. Monlelth) CJ. A. Knight smut ,
E. II. Smith.

Bq it's stimulating to know what other people are thinking, ., t'7 Plan For City Council (two year

Bf'we do not always agree with their conclusions, and in the Phutci by Hollywood C'umein .lift Hlujp terms) : L A. Canova, and P. L.

answers we have a good cross section of what is going on InBds Smashed and crumpled against an oak tree at the intersection of Walnut and Bridges ( Incumbent, James A.

of our fellow citizens. Some of the suggestions manIntheas are 1mBi -- Tenth Street (Highway 16)) this wrecked automobile shows what can happen when Set For TeachersThe Lewis Deadline, and for Albert candidates Hnrtmnnn.to qualify !.

1)) of course, but at least they show that the I Ie drivers speed through the city and intersections of streets with highways are not in the approaching/ City Election -
at heart and Is willing to
of the community j
> the adequately marked.
faculties of Bradford High IN Tuesday, August 19.
: thought Into ways and means of making it better. I School, Stark Elementary-: School
has A woman died the result of received in this accident
questionnaire as injuries Wednesday
B- to the Chamber of Commerce and Hampton (elementary'; School!
Batlfying, but there are still many good Starkeltes who have night, August 6. A Merchant Marine, driver of the other automobile involved U: will praticlpnte In a pre-schoc Ben Holtzendorf

B:taken the trouble to fill theirs In and return It to the socB still in the county jail here awaiting the outcome of a coroner's inquest which has: not planning conference from Aiimivt Candidate For Chief

who received a questionnaire Is asked to do this yet been held.Although. 25 through September; tTh..
Everyone taken Into ac- will meet In the former Ben C. Koltzenilorf announced ,
B. so that your valuable suggestions may be this is the most tragic and spectacular of accidents at this! intersection, USO groups building In Stnike ot 900: this. week that he will be a candidate f

l when the Chamber meets soon to make up Its annual programk. it is only one in an almost endless series. ,. There is no light, no upright sign, and no : A. M. and, will work until 5.00: for Chief of Police In the

mark on the pavement to tell the unfamiliar motorist traveling north along Walnut P. M. each day. City Election to be held Sept. 0.

II Street that he is approaching the end of the pavement as well as an intersection witha I During the first week several Mr. Holtxendorf has been a
Is still looking for bigger and resilient, of Starke (or the past 2tf
Richard's unfortunate friend heavily-travelled state highway. -To further complicate matters there are two deep outstanding educational leader.
doors to open he should visit Eddie Hartmann's furniture and drainage dips in the pavement that cause motorists to nearly lose control of their I will be consultant" They will ,years, and served on the police t.t.I ,
In the force for a number of Ha
B shop.on North Temple Avenue. The Colonel dropped cars, even if they do not collide with another automobile. lead discussions and be availablefor I yean '
was a Member of the fore dueleg
ilay Just to enjoy the hum'of circular saws biting through nice Residents living near this intersection state that accidents or near-accidents are conferences with Individuals", : the period of Camp Olandtng I h

ood and found that Eddie and his associates are producing an almost daily occurrence. Here are the remarks of a few interviewed : or groups'., Among the consultants activity. I
Id week, In addition to a large number expected to be present are: I '
total of 400 doors per supplies that are marketed'all S. R. Johns, Jr.: "This unmarked intersection is a blot on our town. We need a Dr, D. Ballard Simmons, Dean of Since leaving the force), Mr.

dew sabhes'and other building I caution 'light there that can be seen at least a block away. We also need more ado Jhe College ot Education, Unlv.r Koltiendorf ha. been engaged In .1 p j

tl'u nXemploCtg' in his- bUllY hop.And It occurs quate marking so that tourists and, jjhtTa! will know which way to turn..when they Uy' of Klotlda; Dr. Clara ,M. OJ-: hi.* tl'a.'of.' carpentery. ".
15 people <
I and Dn;,[;. B. Wheat Col1eg4of *? .
Starke get the intersection. at store wanting to know the son
'Si small Industrie. llke-fc.1* that to They frequently stop my way *
Colonelthat it more, .. R. V. Alvarez Seek
Intorat-v .A numbs( ofIto to Jacksonville.." *' Education. University of Slur* I If
I\ balance It* thriving: agricultural Ida: J. K. Chapman and Ml.i I
Chief Of'Police Pout
u'Eddib's.'Would be even better than depending on J. would take terrible Sarah Lou Hammond State De. .
-* slIth,
L. industry that some tRy might pull up stake. or meet .with SoIto with probably a death or two, to wake the City up to the realization that this is one partment of Education' ; Dr. A. 1Covington <, Ralf V. Alvarez, member of the

I, due to loss of markets .In the next (if any) depression. of the most dangerous intersections in town." Mrs. Ar'Un L. Mo- Starke police department, anounoed -

small Industries employing from 10 to 50 people.. Let'sSnore Knight, Mrs. Letltta Preston, and yesterday that he will enter the
the L. S. Hutto: "I think it's time the City did something about this corner before W .W. Thurman of the Bradford race for the office of Chief of

of 'em e e Ca another tragedy like the one last week occurs. We must avoid another one." County Health Unit. Police of Btarke! In the September J JIt iI

happy to gl vele Local persons Invited to participate election.
Is always
ere's along Call Street who Dr. II. II. Adams "The of this intersection cannot be overestimated. I
one man Senator 'Charley B.I : danger : Include A. R. McRae, Superintendent In making his announcement Mr.
time of dayiH other than our State have seen the *""'!. live just beyond it and I am afraid to park my car in front of the house because so of Publlo Instruction! lvare. stated: "I began working

And no wonder says the Colonel for you to him i by the many drivers run through the intersection without knowing they have reached the Poster Shl Smith Administrative extra on the force three year ago I

[gold HamUton watch, .chain and knife given who was end of the Walnut Street paving." Assistant: and Mrs. Jessie Young, and have been employed by the

tin attaches at the dose of the session? Charley Supervisor of Instruction. PTA City a* a regular policeman for I
|nt pro tern of the .Senate. says the gift was completely un- Cyrus II. Sistrunk: "We must do( something about this intersection before an- members are also Invlttd to c.t> two years. I feel I am qualifiedto

led, which makes It all the more appreciated. other terrible accident occurs. Some kind of stop signal should have been placed there tend.This discharge the duties of the office J
years ago." first pre-.chool planning of Cblef of Police and Will

To Be Hosts Johnny Mgebreff: "I have lived in Starke only two months, during which time conference being; ( held In according Bradford to.County recommendations 1* appreciate your vote and' support"

mers Favor Sox two accidents have occured on this corner. I think something should be done about it of the Florida Cltl- ,James A. Lewis I-
| Hclucatlon .
without delay. lens' Committee on ,
who conducted extensive mirveys. Offers For Council
IY Lime Dealty To Ladies Sunday Hugh S. Ingram: "A highly dangerous intersection. Strangers in town always to determine the needs of the I

drive past Tenth Street and usually at an accelerated speed. There should be a schools of Florida. The report of II I James A Lewis prlnUr-s.Us-

The Starke Red Sox continuedto blinker light. It is not unusual to be awakened in the middle of the night by some these survey provided the bash i man with the Bradford County ,

Agent T. K. McClane good baseball this week unwarned tourist who is hastily applying his brakes after having driven through upon which, the recently passed,,Telegraph' announced this week f I
need yesterday that a group play: omnibus education bill was writ. 'that he will be a candidate for
to Tenth Street"N.
Bidford County farmers are and ran their winnIng streak en. One of the needs aa determined i the City Council In the September t

fating to lime 000 acres of five straight games by defeatingthe Carson Geiger: "The people in our neighborhood have all been anxious for the I by experts, was coopwra 9 election.Mr. .

nd and pasture land in the Ceoil Field Naval Bane nine city to place a street light at this intersection. I have been expecting a terrible accident tin planning of the school pro- I Lewis, who haa been a ret
two weeks. The minimum humbling anoutclassed should certainly place & dent ot Starke for around 25 year.
'5-3 on Thursday and here for aa long as I have lived in Starke. The City ram.
mi lime application 1. one tone i this Is the first time
stated that
Keystone Heights team caution light at this corner aa soon as humanly possible._ In order, that school: facultiea ,
The farmer are obtains ;he has ever' offered for publla
have the
a ad larger units may opportunity
service at $& per ton. InK 23-1 Sunday.: Both game were i Rotarians Hear I FarmaU 'Cub ShowIs to plan together the ,office and, If elected will do what I

cost of lime, freights played on Bradford Park. National Guards Attended school program, the Citizens' Committee he can to help curtail expenses/ t
and distribution on the George Kenis.! Starke southpaw : Official Explain Well recommended, and the so that city taxes will not be further

hurter, pitched the first aix-'ln- Social SecurityVarious An interested throng of farmers Legislature approved a tenth i Increased and reduced. It
farmer In Bradford Countycome and Now At Standing month of work for teachers. The.lary possible.Rites. "
nings against Cecil Field gave from all Motion of the county at. .
to service
obtain this of the
little-known phases I allotment provided by
B four hits and was scored tended IS* Farmall Cub tractor i I
lame The minimumt only
price. up Includes a tenth month for Saturday
Social Security Act were discussed state
the uniforms
khaki dot
> to any one farm however onHy after the Sox defense I Once again demonstration on the R. A. New- this The tenth month Uto ;
upon purpose.
at the Rotary Club We.i.nesday the landscape at Camp Blandlng. : For Mrs. Crawford"
ns M the trucks doing theBK weakened In the fifth when the I om farm north of town Monday be .used locally for planning
This time, however there are only
office ,
and spreading carry an Navy nine took advantage of by Joe Verrl field five or six hundred In marked afternoon.A ,store. and after the actual teach i Accident Victim
load of S tons. Thl1 manager of the Gainesville office : ,
to push across theirthree contrast' with the SO.OOO that crew of ten expert were on InC year.The
t three errors I
for Mr Aa-
tnbuted at the rat of from Funeral service
V tons tallies. Kenla whiffed eight of this Federal agency. once trained there, back In World hand to put the five Cubs through conference In Starke l. being I nle Crawford. who died In the)
per acre. the importance C. S. Partin, Principal
Mr. Verri emphasized War II days. their pace, demonstrating the directed by :
Ume I. shipped! to a rall- the different at 7:30 o'clock attachments.. Bradford High School and Bhadycreit Hospital. Thursday ,
of sending Classes began : various Implement ( I
nJing nearest the farm tolit men.Big Godwin took over In Au<(. 7. as the result of Injuries
Jim Grace W. Osborne, El.lllClntayPrimlpal.
morning (In the concen- front-mounted mow.
Thursday Including a
f Is side of claims Inquiries In automobile accident.
going and transported retired the types received an
and autat.ed
the seventh trated three-day schooling that Is log machine bottom plow, harrow : They are being
farm by trucks with lime further Navy through the proper channels In were held last Saturday att.rnoon
without allowing being given administrative person plow disc plow, cultivators, by Mrs Ola M. Perkins, Principal
P ea built Into the body. final three Innings. valuable time, both at 3:3O: o'clock In the Kings-
to School
scoring hi the order save nel of the Florida National Guard planters and fertilizer distribu Hampton
fri must agree that In the Keni. and Al Harley led the So. to the public and to the agency.All at Blandlng. The course will end tors. ley Lake Baptist Church. The
trucks are unable to get Infields each collecting three Rev, 1 1. M:. TUIman of Jacksonville ,
stickers claims for unemployment Saturday. The of this new all- Student Register
"S because of wet the afternoon.The sponsors officiated. __ _
|-r. they will permit the con- safeties Red daring Sox thumped two Keystone compensation are handled throughthe Officers from 43: and National selected Guard enlisted unit purpose tractor, a scaled-down For New BHS Term Mrs. Crawford was born laMoultrte I

lr to dump the lime andretul'l1 and Florida State Employment men model of the row crop tractors Oa., Feb. 11, 184, and t
pitchers for 22 hits office In Gainesville\ the throughout Florida converged on On September 4th 14 had made
I tot the past year
later to< distribute: It win the Wednesday and will return used by largcale farmers, state
almost at will In their speaker stated. camp her home In Starke with her sonInUw -
ij the farmer a reduction scored the borne Sunday. It Is the first that It !I.a designed primarily to Arthur R. McRae Superintendent ,
State and Mr
Keene went district office of the and daughter,
Cost The
f per ton. Sunday. Jake encampment of the State Afllltla bring: complete economical and of Public Instruction< announced
!Is seven Board handles claims and Lacy Silcox. She wad a member
II a service that has been.neeled route for the Sox. givla up I Welfare since 1940. but I. not a large-: practical mechanization to the operator this week that all pupils
dependent Lake Baptist
concerning aid to of r the Klngsley
I in Bradford County hits and striking out nine men. Inquiries old assistance scale maneuver such as will likelybe of small general farm.,', who expect to attend Bradford Church.
f any years an the coat has collected five children age held at Blanding In the summer truck gardens and groves! High School. Starke Elementary ,
Garland Godwin the blind. The office In addition to her daughter
Prohibitive: and aid to
for a small farmer to of 19-18. ) School: or the Hampton School are
t 1-s Including two< long doubles for this district Is located In :ilfrs. flllcox she survived by another -
| land limed. 'Lime Is hits Men from the Starke company requested to register at their re I
: and I C Of C Meets Tonight daughter, Mrs. Maggie Harlow t
J.t< :
batsmen Springs.
> Cove
lute least Starke Green
| necessity (at lead the Headquarters Co., 2nd Bn., 124th) seethe schools on Thursday
I"" per acre) for growing I Mc McGrlff collected tour safeties -I The field office of the Social Inf., who are taking the court All members of th* Starke September 4, beginning at 9.00: brother' of Iron Leonard City.Abbott Oa., of and Moul a .,

I Dutch Clover and U very during the afternoon. Security Administration In Gainesville arc: S. Sgt. W. C. Rhoden. T. Sgt.; Chamber of Commerce are urged A. M. School busses will runthat I trte, Ga.
f""I to peanuts winter leans from people Robert Drake 8.' Bgt. Dick St. day and lunch room will be : .
The Sox travel to San Maetol \ handle claims to attend a meeting to be held In Following the funeral service,
P other crop having a and return to SUrk I who have worked In the SocialSecurity ,John. Sgt. Merrill Edwards 1stSgt. the courthouse: tonight (Friday) >p" n. ,II Interment war made In the KIn.ley ..-
-me or this Sunday L. Children entering the first grade
calcium T. A.
| requirement. Cliff Hazen Bgt.
sam I
the Mr. Verri at 8 o'clock. Lake Cemetery under the direction -
|.vert interested In obtaining I next Sunday organization Cro>t>7. S. Sgt. J. T. Kirkland,, ofr this year must be at leant flv.years 3'
the of DeWitt C. Jones.
rrvice are requested to con.i club. It will be llntaSunday pointed out.Following. and Pvt. U. Hernandez. Company A. J. Thomas, president and, nine months oM, on or, f
anJ talk a period Chamber, announced that th* purpose Pall bearers were Alton Dobbs,
1-ounty at tola his brief \fofore the first of September t '
Agent T. .1>:. McClan Commander, Capt. R. G. Kidd, accompanied day I
Invited to be the guestsof held.ur1n& of the meeting l I. to formulate I Adolph Oay, A. J. Thomas. Earl
I'"Jter are 1947, beought
f detail\ Five cam of Stark of round-table the men and 1st S&'t.Norbert Birth certificates should
,ave already been orderedt1. the Red Sox. rrangement.l adios which the speaker answered Saymcxak (regular .'m7) ,the organization' new program at the. time of re'Latra.j Miles Cle.ow.tin' B. B., Blackwelt. and lIarold -
being mad for a gay .f work. Urn.
contractor U beginning are pertinent questions. L$ ael'Ylne"ad'ln8tr11etQrt {
t.ona the Sox management. I I
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n Bradford ESTABLISHED 1877 County E. l_ MATTHEWS.Telegraph Owncn-EoITOn I I'd. :Like- -To::+Go:-To -School- l lThe out gas"kill deadlier of this the adults children than time" ever.And a and gas"In It's make the that states poison idiots will.,I f / I'r -

are out
409,000 railroad ahopmen
Published Every Friday and Entered a* Second on strike and In one month have
pass Matter at the Font Office at Starke Flar' sacrificed $40,000,000 in wages.
r But Starke Is working on a ,

MEMBERSubscription % 1947 more constructive scale The
City Council has Just provided for
1 1 -e the Issuance of $38,000 In bonds S
$1.10 For Six Month ; /1 ar
( t 'l Annually < and
l.Ga for the "reconstructing en-
larging the waterworks and elec-
tric light plant. 0

A letter from a taxpayer In a recent Issue of the Jacksonville "W. M. Wainwright, bank ex-

' iy #pl I Journal accurately reflects a trend that is becoming aminer, spent the first of the
more and more evident every day: the increasing interest on week In Starke with his parents.
the part of the public In efficiently and economically operated Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Walnwrtglit.

' L4- government (federal state and city) and the public's de- "Senator E. E. Canova Is hav- R. B. Alvarez
; mand that the office holders it has elected operate under ing his residence on Ninth St.. & So

these principles or be retired to private life. r thoroughly overhauled

The letter in the Journal waa written of course- concerning M "Messrs. C. A. Knight and
Jacksonville but the thoughts expressed were of Herbert Ritch left Wednesday by Transfer & Storage Co
r such universal interest that they might be applied to almost auto for Waynesvllle N. C.. where
ay will several weeks.
city in the United States. The writer stated spend
any :
,,6 "A son was born to Mr and "Jacksonville's rate of increase in her income from Mrs R. E. Rhodes of Tallahasseeon
taxes has been very rapid during the past five years, and the 5th inst. Mother and baby -h. O

even now our councilmen are clamoring for more and more are at the home -of the young We
li,, I r taxes. The president of the Council especially desires to man's grandparents Mr. and Mrs, Moving andcStpitagfh operate local and U

i levy a 10 percent tax on utilities, to be paid by the con- J. M. Alvarez on Walnut St. He distance Anywhere
? bears the name of Ralph E., Jr.
t. sumer. L. A, Davis Jr., the Mayor of the State of Florida.
"Why levy new taxes Why not try economy and ef- Starke calls an election Sept. 12

r ficiency in government instead? For example: to elect city officials, and S. R. _- Fast, Careful MovingLet
; S "Have George Pierce utilities commissioner stop using Johns states that he's back at his
r two men to read our water meters. Have you ever old stand of ginning and buying
noticed two husky men in front of your house one with a cotton.
+ I" little whisk broom and a hooked iron and one with a pad? Bradford County Chapter of the Aftierk-an lied CrowtIn The passing of another land-
g One opens and brushes and the other reads and writes. again InNuIng" a plea for uwd clothing and volunteer driver If mark-Alexander: Graham Bell, Inventor -
/ Silly, isn't it? Then a few days later another man comes the residents. of thin town and county could only be awakened to of the telephone was burled Us Install You A MODERN BAT1IROO\\
: Q around again and reads the plight of their "neighbor' who can not send their children last Filday.
your light meter. Why not con-
? I nolidate these jobs? to school thin fall because of tho lack of suitable clothing they Or Remodel and Modernize Your Present OJ

"Then stop such foolish things as four men in a pickup would hunt up that old pair of shorn. It IK. no wrong that these A Local Lady Spit .
I. d truck riding around together to paint those little con- youngsters should be kept from school and .a proper education Up Acid .Liquids For -

crete: posts used as road markers. At Florida Avenue and because of the county's hort lgrhteilne .. If every; mother would Hours After EatingFor ONE TO THREE YEARSTO
East Adam Street the other day two painted while the other donate Just one discarded. dreao' pair of shoe., pants or underclothing -
two watched. x x x x x x that heir children have outgrown It would make It posIbln hours after every meal a PAY. NO DOWN
l "The politicians howl to high heaven for more and for them underprivileged children to attend school local lady used to spit up a strong,,

m more taxes, but why have they never raised any voice in Thn Red Crow. In also anfclnif for volunteer driven, and wlxhes acidulous half-digested liquid food.mixed She with piecesof It PAYMENT
the interest of efficiency and economy?" to expretm Its gratitude to !Mr. and Mr*. Crawford Phillip who was awful. At times she says would
v Thus ends the letter from the economy-minded Jacksonville have HO generously' volunteered their services for drltlng the Ked
nearly strangle. She had stomach
Crons car to JackBonvllle once a week during the Hummer. Thin CALL 141 OR SEE US AT 335 TEMPLE AYES
taxpayer. Of course most of the examples he cites bloat, dally headaches and con-
'(and we have not quoted them all) apply specifically to trip Is maile HO that the wives of Navy Personnel In the county stant irregular bowel action. To-
Jacksonville and other large cities that are harder to operate need not make the long trip to Jacksonville Naval Have by bun. day, this lady eats her meals and Shull Plumbing & Heatin|
economically and efficiently than our smaller towns. In order to have prenatal and pout-natal care. It In. a great Mails. enjoys them. And she says the
t"+ But the fact that taxpayers are becoming economy- faction to the Chapter to have.a couple who can be called on at change Is due to taking INNER- STARKE FLA.
2 conscious in the smaller communities as well as the cities, any time to give their services. to a cause that the Ked ('ro...* Is AID. Her food agrees with her. ,
ia demonstrated the undertaking. No gas, bloat or spitting up after
by large attendance at the county budget
+ -
t eating. She Is also free of headaches I
hearings here this month and also by the fact that at now, and bowels'are ,
regular :
least one candidate for the City Council has announced that
thanks to this Remarkable

! j he ia running__ _on_ ..an.. "economy". .platform.,. .. Pages From Our Past,New Compound. I .
s 8 II It; seems HI 11 me popular pniioaupny 01 me war years, INNER-AID nnntfllna______u__ _12_ (_-._rat__. BUILDTHE
f" ; i "Full speed ahead, and hang the expense", is rapidly dying (Complied by Iluddy Davis) Herbs; they cteaae bowels, clear
out and in its place the public mind is embracing a sounder I none more than the young lady gas from stomach act on sluggish
doctrine based on the principles of thrift and efficiency upon 60 YEARS AGO 1 who did the damage liver and kidneys. Miserable people MODERN WAY
which this country was founded.SETTING (From, the August 6. 1887, Issueof "One brilliant success has turn- soon feel different all over. So USECONCRETE
l; i t1t -, The Starke Telegraph). ed the head of one of our most don't go 'on suffering! Get
brilliant contributors. We regret: INNER-AID. Sold all BLOCKSMADE
; A PRECEDENTNot The status of women Is rather by drugstores.
+ ( 'I'J) very much to lose one so .
only, the people,of',the?United States ut.also the uncertain these, day?, but the brilliant (?)l' T I (Adv.) IN OUR OWN PLANTREADYMIXED '
is people of the world it seems, are hungry to hear again and ladles are makIng' some head' The hundreds II* CIRCUIT; C011R.0..011.... CONCRETE
tlghteen suffered :
x again the way. The Telegraph reports that I COUNTT. FLOKIDAI IN CH41'o.CICR
teachings ,the
.Prince of Peace_ from Y.
Inflation too, Records the
r ,r nti. )I Early in'1947 'an American manufacturer' 'Columbia College, New 'York, Nina< K.n.rl, plaintiff "II James DELIVERED IN OUR TRUCKS
essayed a has Its first lady 'bachelor' In the I Telegraph: M' Kenorly, Defendant. Case No.
bold experiment. Instead of a jazz band a comedian or amurder person of Miss Mary Hankey, who I When Freedom from her moun- 114.ORDER. Of PUBLICATION BUILDING'SUPPLIESPaint
mystery it placed on the air "quietly-told story has received her degree after hav- tain height AND NOT1CB TO APPEAR
of Jesus Christ. And instead of a commercial "plug" for First looked from shore to STATE!:!. or FLORIDA to James Hardware a Roofing Lumber Cement Sw|
ing pursued at home the college K. Kenorly, whoa r..lo>nc. la:
Its products, it would. not.even mention them! course of study." shore :forth Wllk.iboro, North Carolina- BUILDING
i t V -"The came tu me air, coasc-io-coast on In Starke .a correspondent goes She never dreamed a iadv'ahat --- Aua-uat You ara 16. 1147 required In the to abov appear nsned on A N I S
' y Ings Greatest ,Story Ever Told", a dramatic presents- wild over that "beautiful sheet of Court....k.and divorce.cause Bradford, wherein plaintiff 11 SUPPLIES, Inc.
;: 2 tion Would cost an X or more. County
) of the'teachngs of Christ. r.I.Braph shall
water" and "Garden of Eden"cal publish this Order '
Z3 YEARS AGO In neat four loss IOU Wj MAIN' ST., SOUTH
'if weekly laanaa.
The impact of this experiment was such that even a led Klngiley Lake. There are 15: (From the August 11, 1923 Issue Wltf.... air hand and official Phono 317-218 GAINESVILLE P. 0.1101 ,
? competitor of the sponsoring manufacturer took full-pag decent houses on the Lake now, of The seal .t Starke. Florida. this July
i i ads urging people to listen to his rival's radio show. The and lots which sold for five dollars ). Bradford County Telegraph U.OFFICIAL.1941. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Saturday Afternoons For The Convenient*
My, I' State Department has short-waved at the start are now selling A. Cleric of aald Court OPEN Our Out of Town Customer
{ the
'The .
program to all parts passing of an era Old Zach H. DousrUa, Oalnelle. Fla
,. of the world and it has been translated into Spanish for at three times) the price. Orange Jack a fire horse in Washington,, AU,.., for Pit. T-IS 4t '-11
Latin American broadcasts. "Variety", the slangj groves around In the Kingsley was replaced by a nice new and
t and hard-bitten "bible" of the entertainment world area the principal owners being shiny fire truck. The city put
was A. M.
Blanchard, W. C.
1 Carpenter. -
: moved to call the "unselfish Jack' to drawing a garbage
program an endeavor toward Joe Prevatt and Abe Strick -
utilizing radio in the public interest-a gesture that well land. wagon and Jack just couldn't takeIt.
t, nigh stands alone." The disgrace was so great he
( It ia to Personals: "deliberately commltteed suicide t
hoped that
sponsors of radio pro "The young ladles all sympathize by running Into a brick wall."
f ; grams will take a tip from this pioneering manufacturer and with Mr. J. M. Alvarez for I On the international scene ACROBAT fltli:6ax.SHOES:
not only improve the quality of the subject matter of their his ,hurt, on Monday night, and "France prepares for conflict
programs but also cut out at least a portion of the overworked
commercials that turn would-be listeners from
many W
the radio in disgust. give comfortable fit for ...


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feet are "doing what conies I 4
,, Wed.esday Nights at the NITE OWL naturally" in Acrobat Shoes! Rigid ti,
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Fri., Sat. PADGETTS PLACE action sole,are foot-heslth insurance '.

BLEACH Bottle for the future.Strong pleleathers, 1(
Qt. .10 sterling construction make Acrobat fl
Round & Square Dancing Shoes rugged. Good,looking styles
make them popular with youngsters.
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thyme, with each pair of /
1',' San Osckner and the missus. time. Individuals who criticlM ..- No. 1 IRISH Acrobat Show.
Jut returned from a trailer trip others right to speak his wind
sraund the _try. T..e. ,'... tired enjoy a class of been or work at; POTATOES 10 Ibs. ,43
a4 glad t* be horn. but mighty" any trade chooses.But those ar* N

Impressed with what they saw the exceptions: -.nd we're ....
As Sam reports-every section tolerant of taunt MILK 2 tall II.
f'' lies something different| a. dlft'erFrom where I tit more of TU cans - ..25iNGAIJ'S -.Jit

ent way of talking;different tastes ought to males a trip like the
in food and drink! ; dllNrent) taws Hackneys_to realize firsthand --
and customs. But bigger\ than all how America is. bluer than its < 2 Ibs.
thee. differences' !is the American uuuls
many differences...how tolerant //JI
apirit of tolerance that lebl us live of those differences Is the very
togetheV in united peace. thing that makes us strong. '

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: 13, 1041SOCIETY
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I and CLUBS Miami Marriage Of Interest Here Geiger Is Named i recently named Mr. Geiger cus- ed $13 per night Olr IS percentof -

... Recreation DirectorFor todian of the USO and It is his the gross receipts, whichever la

Patty Miss Louise Pajrrish School duty to schedule all events taking greater, and this mionty will bused I
day place within the building. Com' to help In the ul keep of the I
Mack Weds W. M 'I
olin C. expanded recreation program mercial enterprises will be charg building. ,

Mack, four- Miss Louise Parrish for the school, as well as .
L C. "' '
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daughterof -
MM the : : -
community, seems In prospect '" ,
If and Mrs J.was -
Mr. Mr. and
IOn of Mrs. M. S. Parrish with the recent appointment of
ell honored at adbirhday of Brooker and William M. Plas- N. Carson Geiger athletic coachat

on July ter, son of Mr. and Mrs George BUS, to the position of recreational Tip Top Super Market

)bll Irs., mWeT Tompkins, R. Plaster of Norfolk, Va., were the new director school under act. provisions of :

'. him at their united In marriage in
for an impressive -
? Street from 3 The new position, to which Geiger STARVE, FLA. I IS'
Thomas ring
j ceremony at the was appointed effective July
j o'clock. home of the Rev C. E. Milton, 1, Is on a 12monUbaala with the

arrival the children,were pastor of the First Baptist Church I provision that he devote his time _

ted with varl-oolored bal- !l In Klngsland Ga., on during the summer months to a (
in Sunday,
then enjoyed games I S of
,d May 18.The t t R program community recrea- I
I during the afternoon. tion. The difference In salary
o'clock the birthday cake attractive bride wore a between his former position as 9- '
Led on 11 table on the lawnC white two-piece suit of wool. Her month teacher-coach at BHS and

blew out the four burn- accessories were white, and she his new year 'round Job Is paid
Ldlei. ice cream, cake, wore a corsage of red rosebuds. by the state under provisions of VALUES
rnlu were served to the 20 Miss Marie Edwards and Miss Pictured above are principalsin tendant, Miss Carolyn Clark of the new school act.

present. Favors were Edna Cox of Jacksonville were the marriage of Miss Jeanne Miami. Although there was little time I

colored baskets holding as- attendants of the bride, and Mr. Arthur daughter of Mrs. ThomasL. Wm. E Plummer of Starke was to plan an expansive program of II

I candies Plaster had as his best man Wil- Arthur of Miami and Robert best man for his brother and activities for this summer, Geigerstated .
lung Mrs. Mack and Mrs. liam D. Taylor of Jacksonville.Mrs. ushers were Q? B. Plummer of that a full-scale I
Lee programwill
,nl In serving and enterthe Plaster was graduated Plummer Plummer also, son of Mrs. M. B. Jacksonville, also a brother of the be in operation next summer. OLD-FASHIONED I
children were Miss from Bradford High School In the Miami and formerly bridegroom: .Thomas FlanaganDonald However
some actlvltlus are already
mpkins Mrs. R. A. Colson, class of 1945 and prior to her of Lawtey, which took place and Duke, of. Miami. under way and he Is Issuinga MEAL or GRITS, 5 Ibs. .44
Monday, June
lenn i Wood and Mrs. Eddie- marriage was employed as stenographer River 9, In the Little 1 I Both Mr.. Plummer and his bride, call for boys from 0 to 16 yearsof
nn by the Florida TheatresIn Baptist Church with the are Miami Edison High Schoolgraduates. age to meet him at the high Grapefruit ,
George Ziemer offici at-, Orange
Jacksonville lug spent 29 monthsIn school building next Monday c,9 J
?*L ,i Mr. Plaster atended school in I the Navy and la now attendingthe morning at 10 o'clock for the purpose JUICE 8 JUICE J !
The bride had
as only at. University of Miami.
of softball
Norfolk, Va. He was honorably organizing a

discharged from the Navy sever- league. 4& oz. No. 2 Can .16 ox Mo. 2 Can ,
al months previous to his mar Recently Wed In Kentucky Geiger also announces that as -
and he Pictured at right soon as the new city tennis court
riage Is now employed In |u- ris
Norfolk he !are complete he will make arrangements 18c 8c V 24c lOc
where and Mrs. Plaster are Mr. and Mrs. to have instruction :
are making their home. Donald S. Barbour
given to all children and adults II I
whose marriage was who would like to learn to Largealtllllsltlalr I
play LAVA j
I Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Miller and .,
an event of June or improve their game. It in planned 'I '
son, Jack, of Denver, Colo., are DUZ NICK: DIGBANANAS '
occupying a cottage in Kingsley 28 in Hopkinsvtlle, to reserve the courts duringthe Or

Village. Mrs. Miller la the daughter Ky. Mr. Barbour morning hours for the. Or I
and girls, The concrete
younger boy CAMAY
of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepherd la the son of Mr. ,
has been poured on the
and Mrs. Ralph courts, but backstops, not posts, OXYDOL32c SUA l lU P

-' -- .. ., -. Barbour of Tallahassee ",' etc.. havo not yet been Installed. 9C Ib
,-, -
E and grandson Geiger announces that the USO ]lOc

EXPERT of Mr. and Mrs. ; : t.. building 1 I" now open three nights
each week (Tuesday, Friday, and 1
pertyOwnerNeeds Sidney J. Ste'rnberg -- ; Saturday) and a planned program ALL IMH'ULAK IUIANDS
pioneer resIdents >t 'K of recreation Is presented for

of Starke. young people and adults. Amongthe
Cigarettes Carton 1 1.75
The bride is the activities being enjoyed are - -

['ndstorm Insurance daughter of Mr. .' bs" dancing games, and handicraft.
and Mrs. James H. ,, Everyone Is cordially Invited to
p.1hep. Johnson of Hopkins- attend these enjoyable "open Crispy LETTUCE U. S. No 1 Potatoes

pt t us low-Insure Now ville. Mr. and Mrs. house" events and :Mr. Geiger Is 2 for 25c 10 Ibs. 4,5c

Barbour will attend especially eager to have more parents -
Southern College In turn out to assist In the [harley E. Johns SERVICEChas.C. Lakeland this fall. s' of their children. lie Ga. Smoked Ba onJb. .35 t s

Agency I'I praised the good work done this iF

13 STARKE, FLA I Mrs. Rigdon Honored Kennedys Are Hosts Mrs summer T. by H.Mrs.Osborne Ruby, and Johns stated and HOUND I n ENI}) CUT I"O1t!{ I

., ShepherdAt Birthday DinnerMr. To Wedding Party that they are entirely due the Steak .59 lb.1_ Chops 59 lb.
:: credit for the success of the vacation -
-... ......-, Service Station Members of the Johnson-Liv :
Gay's anal Mrs.! J: L. Gentrywere program.The .. ._ .. I
none THE TRAVELERS, H.rtford hosts at a upend-thc-tlay ingston wedding party were enter- Trustees of the school have ", ..i II
honor of Mrs. tained Friday evening August 1, '
Sunday In
.._ party f'l!
i Gentry's mother, Mrs. J. It. Rig- at a buffet supper given by Mr. j. ',
don, who celebrated"her birthday and Mrs. S. E. Kennedy of Key- ,I''I
anniversary at that time. I stone Heights, uncle and aunt of t d "

l B &: :M .Drive In Arrangements and palms of were chrysanthemums used in-!' the bride-elect the wedding, Immoiliiitfly rehearsal. following ,\\e

,; Curb Service Only decorating the home for this occasion A color scheme of yellow and \ 1 rs
carrying out the color white was carried out effectivelyIn f

tl Bar-B-Q Sandwiches ;l'scheme- of..yellow and green. decorating the living room and u\\\eOS ,
dining room of the Kennedy home t
The dining table was covered Co !
for this occasion.
Southern Fried Chicken '
with a lovely crocheted lace

., Beer & Soft Drinks cloth and was centered with an The dining table was overlaid 1t\Ous f
(arrangement of mixed flowers. with a lace cloth and was cen-

'L V + .- OPEN 10 A, M. to 12 MIDNIGHT Cryatd candelabra, holding green tered with a beautiful arrange- s
n State' candles, were used at each end ment of yellow and white pom- \\t"c.\\O i
Highway 200 4 Blocks South of Call St. The
where the gifts were placed.At poms. dining room was lighted

one o'clock the hosts and holders.by yellow tapers In crystal it

relatives of the honoree servedan t
outdoor dinner on an old- I Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy'' were I
Bicycles Bicycle Repairsand
fashioned long table which was assisted In entertaining their } I
Accessories centered with a vase of yellow guests by Mrs. W. E. Johnson. t r 1i's i I

zinnias and fern. die table, from and Mrs. Ettadoan Ferrell. } -

FISHING TACKLE which the bountiful birthday din- Members of the wedding party
ner was served, was spread under enjoyed the evening with Mr. and !
the large camphor tree In the side Mrs. Kennedy; and the bride and i
TRICYCLES yard. bridegroom-elect, Miss Ida John-
PLICATE WHEEL GOODS MODEL The beautifully decorated birth- son and John Livingston. ,

:YS PLANES TOYS & GAMES day cake was flanked by green
MADE candles In crystal holders witha Family Dinner
105 West Call Street tall green candle used to forman
BIGGS & BAKERPUND STARKE, FLA. arch. Honors Mrs. HenleyMrs.
Present to enjoy thin happy occasion -
with Mr.: and Mrs. Gentry Charity Henley celebratedher I
and the honoree were about 70 67th birthday anniversary on
guests. including T. J. Moore and Sunday Aug 3, with a family
daughters Rosa and Edith ,Mr.' dinner at her home in Starke.
Present with her on this occasion
and Mrs. Lawton Crawford, .Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon, Mrs. were four daughters .Mrs.. Pinkie
Lacy Rigdon Crlffls Mrs Victoria Cadle, Mrs. s.'I1oy
Mlnla Norman Iii
r lt Agnes Douglas of Jacksonville, S. Gunter, and, Mrs. Ruby CannonJacklJOn.me ,'
Cox and children, Mr. of ; two sons, Calvin
Mrs. Eddie Crawford and and Melvin both of Starke; 24 RAINBOW SPRINGS, a few mil. north of lJ''ef1.
and Mrs. Pary I f'
children Mrs. George Seeley and grandchildren, several son-ln-law Dunellon. Florida Is another of florida famous, t

children Mr. and Mrs. Clayton a nephew and several friends.: cryital-clear: springs with wafers so limpid that b f IoUS

Crawford. Mr. and Mrs.! Mike Gil- submarine life t.. / ob
the amazing can IT ell
and daughter, Elaine, Mr. Merit System ExamsThe 9 ;
hooly"-- .i.nnni.... .. Crawford and .."ed. Glass-bottomed! boats of unique d< ilgn O g7 I I
and jiii .v -- t
children, Mr. Ida Sweat Mr. and I Florida Merit System Council give visitors\ a close-up view of underwater I ..
Mrs. N. R. Crawford Mrs. Annie I has announced early merit system sights and scenes. eeryr
Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd '' examinations for the following ..
Moore and children,, Mrs. Annie tn social work position with
1 Ritch all of Raiford, and Mrs. the State Welfare Board and the 7HJ1iIi r -. '- .'..,:.,. I
Hall of Miami. 12 district welfare boards: :t I

:Mrs. Rigdon received many War-duration visitor ) tp I
lovely gifts from her friends as District welfare visitor \.ClI 't
mementoes of the happy occasion. District welfare supervisor When you get a close-up '-""

District case supervisor
District Director ol JAX Beer. RevisLemackMrs.
State welfare supervisor your eyes will tell you that color la golden and _r "

: Ludle Lemack. popular Supervisor of field service and perfect you'll savor its fresh rich fragrance, and you'll t

Nt EXTRA DAY A WEEKAdd local telephone operator, and training truly relish the grand satisfying mellow flavor of this I, 11 111
Dewey O. RevU of St. Stephens.S. Child welfare worker great beer. 'JAX Is brewed to please the exacting

fifty-two days to your life each year C., were quietly married Senior child welfare worker tastes of Southeastern beer lovers, and Justly deserves I'I'
21, in Senior child welfare consultant.
by letting us do your laundry. That means Thursday afternoon. July Applications to take the tests its distinction as a famous regional beer. Ask for JAX. ,.

an extra day in every week for the more St. Stephens.Mrs.. Revls chose for her wedding must be filed with the Merit System You can't buy better beer at any price.

Worthwhile things you want to do. Try us model Office here, P. O. Box 1138
for a white eyelet batiste W/tte lot rV.. IHtHint4 "o/.f ;.11I... rAe itorf., U* I..,..
cleaner clothes-happier wash days- made along pimple lines, with not later than September S. Appli- '
and the back-saver that you can't find else- sleeves. Her accessories were cation blanks and information will

'nere. The cost Is moderate. Call today. cap white and black. She wore a I be furnished by the Merit System I

corsage of bride's roses Office upon request. JAX BREWING COMPANY
Mrs. RevU. formerly of High as'+,as
Springs, has been one of the op- -
The WASHETERIA erators for the Starke Telephone JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA I
|Co., sine last November and has Fresh stock of.excellent typewriter Say lAX You can't buy better beer of any price ,
friends here who win learn ftbbens t THE TELE-

Phone 118-W 321 Temple Ave. with many Interest of bee marriage. CRAT0. J"

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Miss Beatrice of her young: friends to>> the Jacksonville Strickland. of Wlldwood announced plaintiff reeks I .

r ijj ; II. SOCIETY and CLUBSMiss I Moseley Weds John M. Jenks, Jr. zoo where melry-go-round her engagement last week and Order County In Telelrrafh dlvnr"IIh, e. t

!. At. Beautiful Ceremony In New Orleans rides cotton candy and feeding was surprised to hear it re-an- Witness,: .. ,my: eeklhl:

peanuts to the animals were the nounced over the Leesburg radio a&s *

Van Frank Jacqueline Dyal order of the day Late In the station on Friday Glad to ? BEAU. : f'.j
the traditional birth- know Florence (Gill) Alexander A. '
Jh Weds A. E. WallIn Has Birthday PartyMrs. day afternoon cake punch and Ice cream Is home after a stay in the hospital ,' 5?pL'! Qike C. Connor Clork ,of DUle

Millford IllinoisThe were spread on the banks of picturesque .' Hear that E. W. and Attu for Plrndrmn,, Stark,jt
L. L. entertained
Dyal her, J '
Trout River Every-
Ruby Hayes made a quick trip IIV -
with birth- C'RCU'T
daughter, Jacqueline a '
marriage of Miss Mary Van day party Saturday afternoon at body had such\ a good time they and spent the night with their FLORIDA" 'rtERyTY b \

Frank, daughter of Mr. and Mrs her home near Brooker. almost got locked up inside the new granddaughter Sue Ellen Carrie IYjone", I

s I Il v ,p, Milton Van Frank of Terrace Outdoor zoo when the keepers closed the Dean in Panama City While JoneR, dent PI"'nllll' .,.
enjoyed e .
(games ,
4{ Park, Ohio, and A. E. Wall son and prizes were awarded to Vel- gates at 7 o'clock I'm a little passing through Tallahassee they 1VOTICE: vo ,
late A. E. Wall and LII late announcing; it here, but con- STATE
of the marie Dukes Kenneth Mott and stopped long enough for grandfather OF E
to"r"'r 4 y in order for Jones, whose FLORIDA,. .._. to
Armstrong Wall of Starke was tY gratulations are rI ,
i Maurice Ray Carlton for being 'SYit E. W. to confer with Gov- \ "ra i;:;: ,,
solemnized on Saturday Augu 2. 4.1u Jimmy and Martha (Rosenbush) September to tn
winners on the contests I ernor Caldwell Hear that Olin 16, 1947, r
{ Moore of Green Cove, who recently named Court In I
at 2:30: o'clock In the afternoon Late in the afternoon' the 25 ir and Wilma (Edwards) Ray of plaintiff seek..and .au"
: '
Jn the rectory of St. Andrews guests were invited into the din- became proud parents a .Monticello are anxious to spend yinBIParaph'hail'11th.
Martha Louise) Order
Church In Milford Ohio. The ing room where the table was daughter their vacation at Kuigsley If pos- Witness. "

officiating r1 centered with a beautiful birthday Elaine Edwards leaves by bus .sible to find a place Anybody gust.seal at II, 1947.5t5rgo* hand Florida
< cake bearing twelve burning got a suggestion? .
on the 15th for a vacation in New ; Lra
The bride had as her matronof candles. Refreshments of Ice ,r'ou
Orleans She'll be accompanied Ry Lucille C.
honor her sister-in-law, Mrs. cream, cake and cookies were loOks Zach Cnnnr D. C
Well an If it's hard to H. Daunt
by LII (Moseley) Keating and ", '
C Atty. 1uln..il'' ',
Robert Van Frank, and Mrs served. after tor Pit.
stop being unable to "gos-
brides small son Lionel, who are return- 11
of Starke was
V. Reynolds II.1 I ing home after a visit with Lil' sip" for so long ?r But guess .

9s maid.Robert best Waldo OES NoticeWaldo .*' ." v.. Y+j' F'''' + ilsylP l'' +I Ik' mother Edith( Moseley Pass- I'd better halt before I get thrownout IN: .R..t..r ( I a'r
t ? li$ Van Frank was SII ing thought: Why can't everyoneget again So long See tansy COI1\1'V. FLOIUD"RRII l\
man and Mr. Reynolds. served as Chapter No. 120. Order ;. '',;,.. :; mail like Elma Lee Hlckey you in the next Irene L. Webb", I'lnlnlllr
Eastern Star will hold at ,;:' : W. Webb, n
groomsman a picnic whether it be from Graham or -Carolyn.IN Detendatl '
For her wedding Miss Van Keystone Beach Park on Thursday "i,:' tf i Guam! Barton Brown of New AND NOTICEP'ToLICATSTATE

i Frank chose a white crepe dinner Aug. 28, at 3 p. m. All members ,] f Britain, Conn., past "resident" of: W. Webb,OF PLORInA?:,

y ,1M + dress fashioned along tailored and their families are invitedto ., .. : Ji:: Camp Blandlng la back in Starke ..ral] Hetormaory whose ,nail to: .fle, ,
round neck CUICI'IT COM T. BRADFORDfOl'Vn. boma. area
lines and featuring a come and bring a basket.
for a visit with friends and plansto FLORIDA. IN CUAN. You
and cap sleeves.. Her flowers were -Mrs. Maude Lapps W. M. 4 enter the U of F this fall CEIIY.HllVaiw '' September are n required, 1947, l0 44G
-..4d1 wMta..__ Yiriifa'a_____ roses and a white HAlv n Florida sand still to be "
seems .
krtx lw+t Salveati'Inl, Defendant CaseNo. plaintiff Faun[
t rose flower hat completed her cos WSCS To MeetThe 4k Stw>%r.., i working its magic charm 6883 County Tel seek. divor> ?.PUbl B,
Order fourshall
't i tume. In
eft I Rose Strickland (Mrs. Roscoe) Is NOTICE TO APPEAR Wltnsea. "kl,
WSCS of the Methodist i the only person I know who em- STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. seal .at Starke. my. hAnd Florida and ,

dinner Church will hold Its regular monthly phatically denies losing ,a pound and Vance addreHH HalveMtrlnl In Hotel, whone Chluternn.rentd9nce San gust( 13, 1947OFFCIA48EALi. tb,

f busIness and program meetingat 'when you ask her if she's losing 'llmlgnnno, Province of Hlena AR Clerk of A.l.1
;, .,sA alters. the church Monday afternoonat Italy. By Lucille C. r.niV"r. (
., weight. Glad to hear that Mrs. You are required to appear onSeptember J. K. D. c.
;; i Following the ceremony a reception 3:30: o'clock. Circle One will 0. E. Stansbury is home from the 12,", 1947 In the above J'CkllOnvllle1; Skipper,Florid William, B"

., was held In the Mlllcrof be In charge. hospital and improving nicely named Court and cause. wherein Atty. for Plf. ,.|Id(
{ a 1 Inn. ... .'
+ r t t .h'"l
't 3 Miss Van Frank attended the BIRTHS ... ,..,. .... Surprised to glimpse Emma I)
rF T si University of Cincinnati and Mr. Chalker passing through town At

lr1'r g' r Wall attended the University of REBECCA PHILLIPS The marriage of Miss Beatrice weddings.The Monday on the way to her home KOCH'SYou

.'q ; ,, Georgia where he was a member Mr. and Mrs. Simeon D. Phil- Edith Moseley, daughter' of Mrs. matron of honor Mrs. J. in Gainesville Had Just seen
Chi He lips announce the birth of a daughter Edith Manning Moacley of Starke, Will Find The
of the Sigma fraternity. L. Keating selected a gown of her picture in the paper the other hl 1 Merchandise .
served with the 31st Division in Rebecca on August 12 in and John M. Jenks Jr., son of black crepe with a colonial neck day with a news dispatch from '
Shadycrest Hospital. Mr and Mrs. John M. Jenka Sr., 1 Mart of Bradford Count
the Pacific Theatre during the line 'and a fitted bodice. Her Tokyo announcing' that she was
? v war and Is now employed in the of New Orleans La., took placeon corsage was of red roses. head of Army hostesses In the en-

National Guard weapons depart- VICTORIA JEAN STItUTIIMr. Friday July IS, at seven o' The bridegroom had as his beat tire Pacific theatre Seems to hh Our Stock of Electri
and Mrs.! Merrill Struth announce clock In the evening at the home Ij!
ment at
Camp Blandlng. man, Louis BICocchI, and his me I'll never get used to this
3 r '; At present Mr. and Mrs. Wall the birth of a daughter, of the bride's sister Mrs. J. L. usher was Richard Jenks. supersonic air age Anyway, ($, 1 J I
1 are at home to friends at the Victoria Jean, on August 7, In Keating ,in New Orleans, La. The Emma flew to the states from rI Appliances Is Gettin

> M home of Mr. Wall's uncle, W. L. Shadycrest Hospital. Rev. Gaston Mooney, pastor of the Mrs. Moseley mother of the Japan and will spend six weeks in !
bride, was gowned in beige crepe Larger All The
1a Wall .on North Cherry Street. Gentllly First Baptist Church officiated Gainesville before reporting to I y Time
iO ANN WALKER at the double. ring cere- and her corsage was of pink car-
d d nations. Washington After that her
a;l ,' Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. John H. Walker mony. plans are unannounced She
+ announce the birth of a daughter An Improvised altar of palmscentered Mrs. Jenka, mother of the groom WE CAN NOW OFFER YO
fr!' :r Class Entertained Jo( Ann on August 8. Before her with a large white satin selected a flesh-colored crepe was met at the airport Sunday

marriage Mrs. Walker was Miss! bow formed an arch where the gown and her corsage was of night by sisters Myra Peek (Mrs. I A WIDE VARIETY OF ITE1
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee wan hostess Esther! English. 1 vows made. Two white carnations. J. L.) of Starke and Ada Jones Ii j !
were seven- (Mrs D. C.) of Gainesville *
Wednesday of last week at a refreshing branched candelabra hold ing Immediately following. the ceremony I ih Ilp, Electric Waffle Irons

Ai dP d" I' swimming party given atStrickland's Mr and Mrs. Leonard Bui-rough lighted tapers were used and a reception" was held" at 111 incidentally. Elise Jones Is now In I Pop-up Toasters
Tokyo and her quarters are within
landing on Kingsley Doctor's Inlet girl Wanda Sue, vases of white zinnias, tuberosesand Grenadine St., home of the bride- lt
!'S? Lake honoring the junior boys July 23. chrysanthemums were placedat groom's parents'. Mrs. M. Jenks, a stone's throw of the Imperial ii Electric Food Mixers
Palace .
an experience!
who are members of her Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Remer Crews, vantage points about the room. paternal grandmother of thegroom's .
School cllasa of the First *
Bap- Electric
.; tist Church. Lawtey girl GeraldIne Elizabeth, The traditional wedding marches parents Mrs. M. Jenks, Choppers

r.'. I The July 25.Mr. were used and "Because" (d'Hardelot and Mrs. A. S. Johnston presidedat Jack Joe GUI and wife Hilda Hot Plates
enjoyed a period of the
i group punch bowl.
) and "I Love
swimming and afterwards and Mrs. Wm. L. Sweat.Doctor' YOTruly" (Searing) have just returned from
were (Bond) were rendered. Miss Betty Jenks, sister of the Broilers''
honeymooning at Beach
Inlet Daytona
d'' + served refreshments of sandwiches girl Juanlta, July, .
cookies and ice cream. Mrs: 29. Given In marriage by her broth bridegroom kept the-bride's book. and are readying the Bill Graham > Crocker Irons
After Betty
er-in-law, Joseph Keating the spending some time with cottage on dark: Street for ,
a occupancy -
: Brownlee assisted In Mr..
,tr 4tt was servingby and Mrs. Alvin Britt How- their
guests Mr and Mrs. Jenks
her daughter Miss Madge ard, Starke boy Mitchell Thomas, bride chose a gown of dusty,rose left by train for a wedding trip Hear they may finish Steam-O-Matic\ Irons
crepe with shirred shoulders and, their school
) Brownlee. July 31. high careers at BHS '
Mr and Mrs. John R. Odom a right side pleated drape. Her' will to Gulfport reside at Miss.6202 The couple Phil Manassa will open his Egg Beaters

I'' itarke, girl. Wanda Elyse Aug."Margie" hat was a large navy blue milan Warrington new Wash-0-Mat on Normandy
Drive New Orleans La.The .
4 Birthday Party 1. straw with a chin length mean Blvd., in Jax'vllle Monday We
Geo. veil. Her accessories were of bride is a graduate of Morgan and Jean are now offering some
Fo.r Patten Jr. Darby are plan-
white and navy blue. Her only Bradford County High School In to
ning build,
immediately not
e} a' I George Fatten, Jr.. was the hon At Park ornament was a single strand of the class of 1937. sooner next to the Charles nice values in folding

1 or guest last Saturday afternoon Starting SundayThat pearls and her corsage was of The bridegroom served during Darbys on Santa Fe The Fred Kodaks and other

at a delightful party given by his white tuberoses and carnations.For the war with the U. S. Army Air Guys and children are occupying popular

f mother Mrs. O. L. Patten at the scintillating tory of the ceremony Mrs. Jenka carried Corps and at present he Is associated the Adkins home on Kingsley

+" Kingsley Lake home of Mr and carefree youth, "Margie", will be a white lace handkerchief that with the Monstead Vincent while the latter are vacationing models e

: Mrs. L. A. Canova In honor of_his shown at the Park Theatre Sunday had been used In the bridegroom's Aeronautical Inc., of New Orleans In Waynesvlle N. C. The Morgan

)h, sixth birthday anniversary. Monday and Tuesday, with family for several generations at La. Rlchardes and children are
Jeanne CraIn. notmlar newcomerto PLENTY OF FILM NOW AVAILABLE
likewise -
The young friend gathered In spending two weeks in a
i the front yard of the home and the screen. Inthe title role. cottage on Kingsley .

1 played games. Favors of balloons Next Wednesday and Thursday (

? ( and candy were distributed to the the Park will present a double i Pearce and Leonard Colxnn are KOCH DRUG STORE

group. feature program, combining "So adopting a little four-year-old girl

,'GOBS My Love" with Myrna Loy to grow up with their year-old son STARKE FLA.

entertaining and Don Ameche, with "Delin- Michael Pearle'a niece Martha
Mrs. L. A. Canova, :Mrs. B. L. quent Parents", featuring Doris Well It seems good to be back asked If he would be base umpirehe
Weston and Maurice
Matthews Mrs. Glen Wood and Murphy. again after an absence of several asked Buddy Bishop first baseman -

h Mrs. E. E. Canova. Friday and Saturday Aug. 22, weeks and I hope It seems goodto if he'd back him up .

About thirty friends were present 23, the Park's double bill will con- ,, at least a few of my faithful And he certainly needed backing Serve withSILVER

i to enjoy this occasion with alit of "The Runaround" with readers, also Several have been when he called an opponent's man

George. Ella Raines and Rod Cameron kind enough to say they missed out on second during the 4th Inning -

; and "Wild Brian Kent" with my efforts during the past several Been wondering why we

4v 5 I ID Ralph Bellamy.Recreation. weeks and have asked why haven't seen Comer Perryman c

and wherefore Well you see. (with his big black cigar) out in r

B'" Events It's like this The summer ot: right field anymore .'. His dad,

Are Announced 1947 will probably go down in the the Judge (one-time pro) made a

STARKE Fa:. records as the weddlngest summerIn right good umpire at the Sunday

By DirectorsLocal the history of Starke For game a few weeks ago when

Sun. Moo. Tnea. the past couple of months not a Dewey didn't show up .

August 11 18 19 recreation directors and single week has posited without a

persona! interested in recreationmet big church wedding (and sometimes Marjorie Davis wan pretty as a tam t l"
Tuesday afternoon for the picture in her There's graciousness for yonr
MARGIEStarring two) occupying the head- white net.formal at
purpose of coordinating activitiesat lines Naturally somethinghad the U of F Frolics Saturday night I Mm gleam of lovely sterling sliver h'Ui>

Jeanne Craln the Church Service Centerwtth to give way on the society: Also spotted an' jotted (In Everyday foods take on a fenthe ",

ALSO Latent New. hone now being conducted In the page, and I was only too glad to, spite of the perspiration. dripping casual chat over coffee become w tI"

USO building. step aside for our blushing brides Into my eyes-whotta night!) were when sterling lends Its air of 1 luxury.) .

k Wed. Thurn. Aug." ZO :21 Following the meeting It was announced After all, they get married Hazel Fields, Robert Tanner Nina richer living-for Inspired gtft-gIViog, '*

DOUBLE nTVRESo that the recreation periods only once you know and we have Bishop Maxie Carter, Jr., Comer sterling pieces today.

mainly for young people be., to do the thing up right But Ferryman, Jackie Hasklns. and

Goes My Love ween the ages of 9 and 14. will mayhap with the approach of fall, George Flynn Incidentally,

t be held at the Center each Mon- things will settle down to normal hear that Hazel Is taking her

Myrna Loy, Don Ameche. day night and Friday night staring 'and I will be able to be back with I vacation from the Clinic next week

A Rh,. Williams Bobby Drta- at 8 o'clock. It Is also planned you regularly Here's hoping I''I Hasn't made any definite Men's and
to conduct a story hour there Ladies
coil, Richard Gaines each Saturday from 10 to 11 plans yet-Just Intends to get as ELGIN WatchesIN
'S ADd far away from work as possible
a. m. for children from 4 to 7.
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Good to are Joe MonteUh (now Surely miss seeing Mrs. J. J. A WIDE PRICE
9 The USO events will be held RANGE
DELINQUENTPARENTS of Euatis) back In town and Jones sitting out her ,
on porch on
each Tuesday, Friday and Satur-
cheering for the Red Sox Sunday
'' West Call Hear she's quite
dS1' night starting at 8 o'clock afternoon If .
you're not attending
seriously III Would have likedto Accessory .
and will be slanted toward the the home Fine Watch
games you're : have seen Ruth Morse (Mrs.
Dorla. Weston Maurice teenage group from 12 years up. definitely missing sumpln Always W. R.)
The pacing up and down Call Jewelry
Murphy meeting Tuesday afternoonwas get a kick out of umpire St. Sunday Repairing
night church services
ALSO New. attended by N. Carson Geiger Williams
} Dewey dusting off the
trying to find someone to
new school-community recreation home plate with his "Camp Blan fix her
car headlights which had
Frt. Sat. Aug 23 2S director :Mrs Edward Burns director "Quality
brush" Has
ding paint (says that's failed her The Albert Lee No Substitute"
DOUBLE FBATURtdRUNAROUND!: of activities at the Ser-
where he got It) Once a 7rosbya.. Sgt. Zymszak and Pee
Center Mrs. Ruby Johns and j
painter always a painter The Wee from the Auto Fountain fin-
Mrs. Grace
Osborne. who have directed -
cute little Keen girls. Jackie and
the USO ally came to her rescue .
Ella Kalnee, Rod Cameron activities duringthe Carol. pitcher Jake's daughters -
f summer and C F.
Partln are always an added attraction at Hear M a r Matthews
And y Agnes
new principal of BUS
the games Might add that celebrated her sixth birthday anniversary GEM

t WILD BRIANKENT Judge and Mrs.' E. K. Perryman :Mrs. Jake la a good score keeper in quite a novel way JEWELRY

and son, Comer,, are spendingsome too When Charlie Parker wa Sunday afternoon taking severalJTALVAREZ'

time at their lake place on ,
With Ralph Bellamy Kingsley.
Also Chap. 6 "Phantom Em- Men". Clothing' 109 E. CALL ST. PHONE
a Mr. and Mrs J. H. Fields spent STORE' 170 STARKE, FLA.
r pire" and Cartoon last Sunday at Earlton Beach. Established 1891 .

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I BITS of LOCAL NEWS Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Churchwell this day he was just as dear or minerals and metals thereon. or Education of the Slate of Florid. '
accompanied Methodist 1
I to youth dele- One Woman's more than then. His clothes were thereunder. I I Mlllard F. Caldwell Governor
gates the
Assembly In Lake
soiled from the dny's labor and wet The State Hoard of Education ATTEST:
Mr. land) Monday and spent the remainder from the but his serves the right to reject any r.1 I Colin English, Secretary
of and rain
Mrs. were
Knight V. E. eyes
NancY Lee Howard are of the week with rela- all bide State Hoard of Education
w spending this week spending two weeks' vacation in tives In Miami. OpinionBy Just as green and his hair Just BY ORDER of the State Hoard of I-1S Rt .-U 'r
fille !Is Union S. C. J. T. as blonde as they were then. Then
Cooley, Jr.. is Steve
her grandparent, Col. A. Weldon Jr., la re- I knew he loved
uil; taking Mrs. Howard's me was soon
place at cuperating In Shad/crest Blllee" ROMThe I ;
li I D, E. Knight. Carpenter's during her absence. where he underwent an apendec-Hospital to go away to war. actual war, Every Jays A SpeciallJay

Shirley Theis' returned to Mr and Mrs Roy Ward returned tomy last week. tree that never had to fight now-well now the war Is behind For Someone To Celebrate K 3

,DIe, in Jacksonville Thurs- Monday from Jackson Miss where W. H. Thomson Jr. of For us and I still know he loves me I
visit with her uncle Lloyd sun and iky and air and but I also know that he la: good A Wedding An Anniversary

ner a Mr. and Mrs. K. O.Mr ; Mr.his Ward attended a reunion of arrived his Monday for a visit with light and kind he Is. generous and con A Baby Shower A Birthday 1
wt! World War II family who are guests of Mrs
l>outfit the
344th That
.. Emmlelee Theta of stood out in the open siderate he Is devoted, he Is all
Erigr. Bn.Children's. Thomson's parent, Mr. and Mrs. I And Evrry Celebration f
iiVUle will be a weekend F. F. Stump. plain I could ever want In a husband Call' For L app e Baker

l"i tie Duncans.nd school dresses, all And always got It's share of and last we are happy wonder A i
( sizes at Shoes for the entire familyat rain, fully happy. Special Cake,
Mrs. Clayton Hughes Stump's. 312 West Call Street A

of Miami are guests Mian Marjorie Davis Is the Stump's.Col. Never became a forest king- I'LAI.V CAKR
one guest I !. and Mrs. D. E. Knight Here Is the recipe for cake
this But lived and died our
Wk of Mrs. Hughes' parents I week of Mr. and Mrs. MiltonSt. a scrubby
spent Tuesday In Jacksonville. thing. and the icing. Don't give up on
Andrews. Peter In
Rome Gainesville.
d I Mrs. Major and Mrs Lassiter Mason: The man who never had to toll,III! the Icing. It takes a long time to I.T'S HAVE SO"III'UN! 1

and children of Montgomery. Ala.? Who never had to win his share: beat It.

were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rome Of sun and sky and light and 1 1.2 cups sifted rake Hour,

s Andrews Monday. air 2 tap baking powder t-4 tsp salt I See The Fighls

Miss Ruth Rossi I, lyric sopranoof Never became a manly man--,, 1.3 cup shortening, 3-4 cup sugar,

Rt. 1, Starke will compete in But lived and died al he began.' 2 6 the annual Chlcagoland Music ,Itsp. vanilla.
At Boom Town
Festival sponsored by the Chicago A ponton's growth comes, of Mix dry Ingreditents and sift I

n. Mon\ Tues. Wed August 17 18-19-20 Tribune Charities, on August 15. what I. Inside of him.. It's the Cream shortening, add 1 sugar and

Mrs Roy Smith of Tennllle, kindness and the goodness within cream until fluffy. Add eggs, Every Friday Night, 8:30 P M.

Ga., arrived Sunday for a two you that make you great or smallto then dry Ingredients alternatelywith

|The YearlingGregory weeks' visit with her brotherinlaw your' fellow man. The most' milk and vanilla. Beat after Operated on Donations Only

and sister Mr. and Mrs K. O. harmful thing to a man's charac each addition. Bake In moderateoven I It

Duncan. ter Is when he begins to think he (350F) 23 min Makes two

Peck Jane Wyman Miss Jeanette McLendon returned Is better than the man working layers

Claude Jarman Jr. Tuesday to her home in Orlando beside him or when he becomes I 801 LED: FROSTING t

after spending the past six jealous of his next door neighbor. 1 cup sugar 1.2 cup water 1, i

(REGULAR ADMISSION PRICES) weeks here with her grandparents, Usually the two go hand In hand.It 2. or 3 egg whites, 1.2 tap vanilla. II I

Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Is not always the worldly Cook water and sugar together crag Ii I II

Thurs. Fri. Aug. 21 22BACHELOR'S Friends of Mrs J. J. Jones will goods that make you great. until sugar has dissolved then I

regret to learn that she Is critic- Have you ever walked with cook without stirring. For one i

DAUGHTER ally ill at her home on East Call nature just to be with her? Have egg white cook to 238 F: for 2 is! near with Its thrill of renewed -

Street. you watched the birds flit from egg whites cook to 2I4F: for t I

Sale on dresses sizes 9 to limb to limb Have you ever three egg whiten, cook to 234: F. activity and Its demand I ,

Gail RussellClaire Trevor Adolph Menjou ,11, at Stump's. watched a fox squirrel glide from Remove from the fire and, allowto for new and exciting clothes. r
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Nettles one tree to another? Have you cool while you boat the egg

Saturday August 23 DOUBLE FEATURE Jr, are visiting frIends in New- felt a carpet of pine needles beneath whites stiff, then pour the syrupIn Our Full models fresh from the hand of America's I

berry Port. Mans. While there your feet or heard the rustle I a thin stream over the stiff foremost
Song of ArizonaWith designers are styled and priced to meet yourevery
of dried leaves and the cracking whites boating the mixture con
they have visited many points of
demand.! Barely out of their wrapping theycarry
Roy Rogers of little acorns as walked ? If stantly until thick enough to
Interest in the New England you
the allure of style, line and color that flutter and
And States. They will go to Lancaster you haven't looked up into a i spread. Add vanilla.Vacation .

Passkey To Danger .Pa., for two months before mighty oak to pick out the blue I Intrigue

returning to Florida. sky; If you've not walked with Bible Hack to School Young vibrant suits in checks
Maj. and Sir a. H. H. McConnellwere nature, you have missed more than
I School To Close -plaid* solid colors darling wool dresses -
guests last week of Mrs. you can Imaglnn. If we could go
\ Branch ofINSURANCE tempting date dresses glamorous evening gown!!
very Mrs. Nelma hand, in hand as the trees In I
Connell'B mother
Keene. They were enroute from the forest our happiness would be Closing exercises for the Va- Equally appropriate for the slender young matron and "
cation Bible!! School held hero this the business girl.
former station at most complete.I :
MaJ. McDonnell's
week In the First Baptist Church,

San Francisco to his' new stationat with was Freddie fortunate early one enough. Saturday to go will be held Sunday night at 8 Cage Hats Smartly tailored, echoing your per-

Montgomery Ala. o'clock 1n the church. The i
public sonality and charming sophistication:
morning; to deliver some lumber.It
hilF r Sale on white shoes at Is Invited to attend this inspiring
Stump's.Mrs. was early and the nun was service Hack to the Social Season Suits dresses and)
AH we rode a-
just coming up.
Effie Johns upent the week- I out to him thespider "spectator' sports for all occasions designed exclusively .
long pointed li rllff"TI' ftti'RT. nu iFoHi
end In Jacksonville with her sister webs between the Cot err, FI.OIIIDAl IM CHAN' for the matron who wishes her wardrobe to have that I

Phone 146 Mrs. Mena McCrutchton and : .small stems of spun weedy< the dew Oliver( .:lty.William lrlln.lt, I'lulntlff. va, "spice, of line and color that flatters her type without

her niece, Mrs J. J. Gross. hung In big drops on every thread, !Maria. Ixiuln. Mllndt, Defendant. sacrifice of dignity. :

CONSTANT SERVICE OVER 50 YEARSCLASSIFIED Rev. and Mrs. L. O. Ray and is If each thread Wile made of Cane No. 51412.ORDER IF. PirnncATioM \
children and Mrs. Lula Ray all of silver and the fairies had strung; AND NOT1CF1! TO APPEAR We are looking forward to the pleasure of helping Ik' II i

Lake Wales, spent, Tuesday with the night. I! STATE tip KUMtlDA: Mr. you assemble your Fall Wardrobe. I I
them with Jewels during Marie I.onlnn ll1ln Mrs. J. W. White and Miss Olive addrees IH t
millions of them along and < 1HO Jacnby8t. I
Ray. They were enroute to Ash- were ., Maplewuoil. New Jersey Cordially yours, j jef.
the road. He looked at me You arc reoulred to appear on
vllle, N. C.. to visit Mrs. Niles said "You see beauty in every- September' 14. rlH7! In the above f I
named Court and cause, wherein flfit IllunJyr. /
I TOUR CAR wo have a new DON'T FOROBT_utotnot>ll* auction Ray and family. While away Mr. thing, don't you, honey? I think plaintiff ,..ikM Ii'lvuree. Bradford ,
IILCO auto radio! Immediate every. Wedneaday 1 p. m., at Ray will attend the Methodist the world it. prettier to you than "ounty Telegraph" hail publlnh this .
I illation. A* low a* 142.60. Oalneavllla Llveitock Market. Lake Junilaska. Order In next four weekly INHUM s.Due t
HERO.&ADIG. SJiaVICE: Buy or .e U.\ >c -_ .tf Assembly tat anyone I've. ever known. Just I I Wltn.. rev hand and uffloUl coal ,
'I at Mijlson .t Yet., Starke. Boy's school clothes atStump's. who would look for beauty in a,at Htark riorldu. thla August 19, I "
tf FOR RENT-I-room modern furnished ', 1941. to popular demand we have added a lovely assortment i ''I
cottaire. Ha gas stove. spider web?" But he agreed that I OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thoma. of for occasion. Come In and make
electrlo rfrl",erator. Also large leave gifts every
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining were pretty. I heard Leila A* Clerk of said Court.Hy
YOfB FARM CITY ANDNESS furnished cabin to rent. SJ1 they : Lucille c. Conner D. C. Xmas selections early.
PROPERTY Temple Ave., Phone 181. Adilte today for a vacation trip to the Mundy say something one time Frank fjuidrum. Htarke. Fla. your

only tf mountains of North Carolina. that I have never forgotten. "The I,IT. ). for !'It. 8.1& 4t 98TollHkanar Extensive: : line of Distinctive Costume: Jewelry Day ;

1lilitTRAN1'J! Mrs. S. P. Vandivere of St. people who miss the early morn *. Klorlilo time and Evening: bags to match the New Ensembles -
It need tire, automobile, life last weekend beautiful Anvoitt. II. IIMT \ 1
you Petersburg spent miss the most partof
STROUT SELLS RRAI.ttSTAlB or any other type Insurance ape meat Mrs. Q. W. Al- ing I Ntt'rlt'NNOTlr.f Most unusual/ line of Scarfs and Handkerchief. ; Alluring 1
131 W. Call Street oppoalte I' "d. with her mother the day. In hereby itlven that the i.
G...,...J advertiser of ....... fIOrd County Telegraph In Ktarke.' derman. She was accompaniedhome Stale Hoard ..t Kiliifatlon of the Ethel Lea-Nore Creme Sachets. iAi II, ;
trr Having engaged In thla bualnea State of Klurlilii. will offer for aalend
..>..property.., Home Hao. _aaado Form over*- .Inee 1931, 1 am well qualified to by her son Pitner who had I'd like to wind a happy birthdayto will receive pornpatltlv. bids. In Use our convenient Lay-Away Plan. Wa are happy to ,
n. R.y.... from all over tko represent your beet Intrreata. No been visiting his grandmother fora a little girl who was a year TallahaHaeiFlorliln.. at 11:00: o' I Ii
.L. "rea ..... llatlnf. client of mine has ever lout a thin week. She's little Charlene I.clock A. M] September In.h" I14T serve you.
dime by placing their Insurance old Tuesday. for lan.1 In mtAIH-'OltD COUNTYdoacrlbed II
(.STROUT REALTY AGENCY with me. Mrs. T. Frank Landrum and Taylor. Cutest little trick you AN folloWN'WH I

R prftented Locally ByC. N. D. WAINWRIGHT Pfctmo 114 "R. I children spent last week-end In I have ever seen. White a* a lily I chip of 7 HW South'4 of, H Range cll.m 141.U Town.Ea.t

nOLLINGSWORTU Brooksvllle visiting Mr. Landrum's and her bright red hair rolls up In so 44 acre*. i ,
i THIS NOTICK In nuhllxhed In compliance -
116 So. Walnut St. FOR SALE family. little curls about the size of your with Hxctlonil 270.07, 170.OS c )
Carpenter's overalls a t finger. She ha the sweetest way and 270.OH. Flnrhlil. Htatute 1941.
ONE! CONCRETE FLOCK HOUSE The micc.NHfiil hhlll..r SWua of all kind r.no- for ale. Ha i apartment, t Stump's. I of wrinkling up her little nose ndvertlnlna cuet. ; I
Vt. furniture upholetered and Hale and when made, ahullbo
bath Completely reflnlahed The .If
nloh.d. Tom Pack and his two sisters, when she is trying to talk or
card. eubjscl
Drop ua a Alan 2 WAREHOUSES for *al*. tn the Heard reervln .
,HTIXGS: MATTRESS CO.. Eox FREE: Scrap lumber Good wood. Mrs W. H. Phillips of Gainesville smiling. She hasn't been walking, unto Itaelf .all petroleum, phoaphate, ''I

Palatka. Fla. tt Free for haullnc.LtMU.lt.. IxH .Ixl. til, 2x8 ax and Mrs. Brown Milligan of Moul-I but about a month and looks just':

UNrml;\ write all line! : 13: S40-I7U; Window complete; trie, Ga., were guests Sunday of: like a. doll.Happy .
', .automobile liability and ,Plumbing Flttlnsra I ; W In. Ply Wood; Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Birthday Charlene, and
f, Bee: me for your Insurance Steam Hollem: Caat iron Radiator; I
"t'.Cnll' D. Walnwrlcht, Jr.. 131 Pine Flooring/ : Book Bhelvea.Klll Mrs. J. E. Futch may you have many, many more. i
li .treat. Phono 184. tf I.IMBi White Cement Mrs. J. W. Kincaid left Satur- : I
Gla a Block. ClaJv. Roofing: Hand.
I'r LT S, P. ROWELL, Spirit. ALSO Concrete. Pipe; Concrete day for Tampa where she will Monday the eleventh was our Sale !
II/I' Medium, and Hialiil Blocks. all .1.! ...; pipe. tep atones, vIsit her parents Mr .and Mrs. third wedding anniversary and the
County liven*. house pi..... floor; Cement Rock
Luther Clark plac- a ml'N. Mortar( Mix, Steel Window.; Paint A. C. Durden. first one that Freddie and I have
e ita'ko. on Rd. goo. Look for Oil and Block Paint: Concrete Flour Cotton dresses, sizes 14 to been able to spend together. I
tf 6-27 Dump Truck Haulln
___ p to complete;
One Skll-Saw. new.LOT4 Oar $2.95 at Stump's. cleaned, house all day and was
Mar- tired when afternoon came
1 II your property for Male with down. 120 mo. In city limit Robert Phillips and George very
have. sold many piece. of (irVVKHAL <'0'VrK' TIl iner of Ocmulgee Okla. were and I kept wondering If I should
.rty and have" many proxpeotlve IIHAUFOHU K UIfaKani: '\<. <*o. cake. Fin- I
a A, "lunra deal I* cuaran- J. Moorlco E........* Phooe m4WANTEDExperienced guests this week of Mr. and Mrs get up and make us a Beautiful Studio Couches"-
A and start- ;
fair comml..IBn I convinced myself
,ulr.' I"I all that J. F. Pickard. ally ,
A. a member of theond .alealady.Give Lloyd Lewis returned to ed. I was glad after I did. My
ntatun Mrs.
j you be amured reference and family
.I will "pr. .may nt you fi the Answer XYZ Box 411, Starke. It her home In Wilmington. Del.. enthusiasm and happiness soared Innerspring C'onntrtirtlon Through Makes Twin .
''RU.TOII pi. W WRIOHT. JB. Htarke. IPBRIOflS 8-15 this week after spending some so high that even the drenchingrain tied or I>ouhl.. Bed Anaurtnl. (.'ol..". '
STRATTON MOTOR visiting her mother Mrs. W. couldn't dampen It. I began.

-MleMonary etrawberrj, Model Z7.wheel, Cyl*.-I-, 194(1.( i.:2: h"r airplane A.time Jackson In Baconton, Ga. She thinking how nice it would l be $91 Value Selling On Sale .
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ready to apt now. fleeter Htarke. craft. spent a few days In Starke before to have the cake all done beforehe

-rk."Vall. RL 2Box 2tp 14J-A.'-U FOR RENT -J'. I room apartment returning home I'' got! here but I knew I had

private bath electrlo refrigeratoraa. Oil cloth at Stump's. started too late. Still I had it $ 00
TED ny DUPONT Innerspring' mattrea. blue 72
I enalneer .Clean.. and Mrs. baked and had slipped some
family: 3 furnlehefl. Mao Edward, Miss Mamie :
,'e. /In Starke orn Kln..l.y Cherry St.WANTEDSft.. lip Pauline Stone of Archer were coloring In It. When I lay it out For

ihi.before by Sept.school open or Clean meat dimple bot. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. t._cool I cut it Into the shape of
1. Mu.t be guests
.1 l modern Family ennelcta l ofF P. O Ho" 181. (tark... Jtp M. Davis. a big heart. Tbat was the way It i
and 2 V.nol-..* daurhter E. of Jacksonville was when Freddie came In, but I I
I He t Bo. lid. Nortbport, Ala. FOR RENT 1-room apartmentdownVtalra Mrs. James Shepherd the Also Duplex Studio Couches "
tot 1-19 2 block from postWelet'Call Is spending two weeks as wish you could have seen :
l per mo. ',POrnO.1 Like finding 4 1 1
Ms face
son-in-law and smile on $110 Value For $72
e"LEfI"lon...., trawberry, 81. Oppoalto the guest of ,
i"1._M. Rhnd.n. ford County Telegraph office]) Mr. and Mrs. C. A. someone had remembered
1. Bs472, State :Farm Road. Phone 154 It' daughter you thought they had) forgotten.I ;

',P I"Lt-ne good 80-Ib.4tp eapaittl 1-5- FOR fl8 !lAT.FNI.-..W. R. Strickland.4-year-oM Box horse 201.Sta.k. "".. Knight.80-square print 50c: yd. at Icing.bad, him It was to help beautiful me ,make first the we Li11 ;; '. / 2-Piece L1VIN-C- iy i I

.- refrigerator 110--Corner I Stump's.Mrs. covered It with white and then ,
Temple. Phono It. UpJApcT1. milk' FOR PALE S young Julian separated what was left Into two 1
F. C. IIod e.. Rt. 2, Box 41 Otwell Cook In y r' !
dln.tte ault: 1 brood- Stark "p sister Mrs. portions and colored one portion ",

fe'rTan' ,..) ;'lnn f..d.. atnA FOR SALE:-Onehole wood ranaTein Lake Worth for several and weeks.daughterKay pink and the other blue. With the. ? ROOM SUITS
jdcSm. HI.b.100.' I mt good llllo"-Puryi. Tour- Mrs. Ben the pink I completely oovered the rf'
.. .. Up '.. l.t ramp. Rout 200 north of drove to Apalachlcola last hearwhaped top and) with the blueI ( 'I

tT/FT'/ TOUR HOME with Starke."p week to visit Mrs. Roland' oldest made a little bow on top of that : 1 Original Value $179.50 '

','''' numu.. awnlnsr. Made to FOR KALE S-acr.. farm near and daughter and husband, Mr. and and then added three little blue ,
<.?-..'.** them on display at Lawtey. flood atrawberrYtruck bu"i'Wrv" DeWitt Marshal. Kay Is stay I' and / ,
Mrs. We proud
church on candles. were very _. JI
Novelty ml. land. Near :
Wo.k.. !H .
rth good two ,
_ Sta.ke. Route 100. Itp route Frame. houme. and Rt. I ing with her sister for a when the-- time. came to light: the I I fSALE

ALF7 well., Dos Inquire 31. La"t.Weal.,.. Crews UP 1-29 ,weeks 'visit.Nylon candles the children wanted totl' i -t' Sturdy Imxrvprlnf Count r wtlon -12950IT'S {

:'1 ..at. located FHA In approve* very< reel-d.'lie .- 1. clean io".lrhloorbolld. and Rayon hose at sing Happy Birthday so we let ,..:::.r Beautiful C >lor. Frames lnvrl .I

,... tOCmtlon8.. Carl Johne !:and- mark.t. doing Stump'So theao. I laughed and told him led, Hcrrwril and jlufd.

It sstffcy&.t"'aST.frp' Mrs. Glen Duke and little daugh, by the noise they were all making .. .. ,.. ,..... .. .. .. .. ......."".. ,................ .. .... I ,
'TEn i ,_ Sharecropper for 49mlni ., .. ters. Gall and Terry via, are we needed'about ten on there.,

.,' r.f;Bl">' would'truck and rent tA.neral t..n'd''t WANTED=vnfurniehed bore wit I h or 2.U visiting Mrs. Duke's mother. Mrs.! I let him make the wish and blow A FACT YOU CAN I) 0 BETTER AT I

P", le*._W. B. StrlckC"2 ,, unfurnl.h.d apartment W. Andrews at Klngsley Lake .the candles out and] sis he held
201. 8tar..... HP :jrnuplwitch" 1-montbe.old week. his arm around me and held mcloso .
Cecil L
E'"" **nn.:-'.Ml beady.ry .tra"b..r.... ,. Field b..Y. 1 Hu.band y.arm_wrlle will be)1'..at. U. L. Mra. J. 3. Jones has bad M h rguests after be had wished, I knew JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE CO. i

> b' 4 l'i m.I! na phone H. *U Fi.l'i II five weeks her sister. Mrm. Three years ago be had been a '
...:. hl.hway' lip Chiefs Qu.rt Bell
Mattie Andrews and soldier In a starched uniform
furnishj13 -
elA.ak 1 4..1. 1-dra..r. flat- FOR RENT-Lake cottage L..Andr..... Sander when be at.odaide BOO and on
nth Ca. b. ... *lf \\ 1MadisoW UP .
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1 1r . 5555 . e 5 5.5 5 e 5 55 5 Description of Property! nf CIRCUIT
. . . S e Com at SB Cor of SE14 of SWV, "nt-liT.
I & run W 528 ft for a pt of beg I ::;. y, PLea'bA,'IrAI I
Graham Brooker Pine Level thence run N 168 ft W SH9 ft to D
Theressa LAWTEYBy COO".
Road thence Southerly alone JB side Ruby Irene Plalnllf'Andrew
of Road to Bee. line thence B) to, No. 5819. Cooper Deface
Eva Mae Trlest By Mr*. John McKinney By Mrs. T. W. Markey L. II. Fetch By Mrs. H. M. McRaeBIRTHDAY pt of beg Section 82, Township 6
By as. . 5.S . S . . . . 55 . . . South, Ranee it East, containing; : 2acres AND ORDER OF PtTBLIC '
. . S .1' more or less BTATI': NOTICI'': TO !,1
Name In Which Assessed: Unknown. OF :
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Sullivanare Mrs. Ida Jones and children SCHOOL OPENS JOINT SUNDAY SCHOOL CELEBRATION All of said property: being:1I'I the Ro'it.Irene B':O-W."ci.'hT, t.

visiting/ ; relatives In Miami. Legate and Bettle, were In Gaines- School began here August 4th PARTY Sandra Jean Starling celebratedher Ida. are r.qllired: R: ednAugust ,

Hall of Gainesville with a large attendance and the The Lawtey Baptist Church entertained first birthday anniversary on 18 to app
Miss Patsy ville Thursday of last week. Unless such certificate or certificates Court and cau.ei, t the b'te
has returned home after upending same faculty, except .two assistant the Sunday School witha July 20 at the home of her par shall be redeemed according seeks divorce. PI

some time with Miss. Grace Dick.. Horace McKinney returned home teachers, Mrs Cleo Andrews picnic in the church, yard Friday ents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Star In Much to law certificate the property or certificates du' rlbed e..r.pla n..t lour shall publish BrAdford thh Co.,.

inson. last week after a visit with his of New River and Mrs. M. D. Har- evening, October 1. The ling. After an enjoyable hour, will be sold to the hi -heat bidder Wltn..."Weekly leeuea 01

Truman Dickinson left Tuesdayfor sister, Mrs. Cassle Graves. rell. We are looking. forward toa Methodist 'Sunday School was Invited the 25 guests were served ice at first the Monday Court In House the month door ttS on the ealiB t? Starke my. hand Florida and, thl,

Auburndale where he will live John McKInney has been receiving successful term. to share In the entertain- cream and cake by Mrs. Starlingand tember 1947, which la the day (OFFICIAL SEAL)
''i with his sister, Mrs. Jimmie treatment In the Melbourne of ment and games and contests her mother, Mrs. Cheshire.Mr. of Dated September this S4th day ot July 1(47. Aa Rivers Clerk Ilk of acid Court A.!. l, T
Gnann. : for the ten days. The regular monthly meeting were enjoyed by all present. The (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Springs, Anderson, G.roAttys
Hospital past Fla.
4 the PTA was held at the school and Mrs H. H. Lewis accompanied Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford .
Mr. Thelma Milllken of Ocala Mrs. Edward Broughton and last week. most fun-provoking event was a by Mr. and Mrs. Bishop County, Florida. 7-25 4t 8.18 for Plf. 745 ias 4

j has returned home after spending daughter Katie Maude, were in' pie-eating contest between H. C. Thomas and children of Brooker, '
i Mr. and Mrs. Bill Plummer of '. :
Harley and J. E. Wall, Jr., super ,
some time with her parents, Mr. Gainesville lent Friday to see an Starke were visiting Mrs. John spent part of last week at John-
intendents of schools. Mr.
the two '
+ and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan, eye specialist. Cone recently.Mr. son Lake. with Mr. Lewis' aunt, THE PICTURE YOU
Wall of
the School was
lL Sylvia and Glynn Milllken of Mrs. Maude Graves seems to bfc Mrs. E. Gllsson. DIDN'T TAKE TODAY ;
and Mrs. Grady Baxter of declared winner. Ice cream and
with Ocala their are spending some time I improving at this writing. Baldwin and Mrs. Carrie Ingramof homemade cake were served at' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nuggett and CAN NEVER BE TAKEN

Mrs. A. L.grandparents Sullivan Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wynn and Starke were here last Thursday the end of the program. Rev. children have returned from New TOMORROW

t Miss Muriel Raley has returned Gus Wynn were visiting here last afternoon visiting relatives. O. V. Lee, the host pastor, servedas York and will make their home in NOW Is the time to get
be corns
afternoon. will remembered e4A'
Thursday Starke. Mrs. Nuggett
I home after spending some time Mr. and Mrs. Royce Gainey and master of ceremonies. Miss Varilee Star- MQV1KS of those growing sir MI

with her cousins, Vivian and Lois Hospital was visiting his wife, children and Mr .and !..Irs. Abe SCOUTS HAVE] PARTY as YoungHtera. You don't have to SOMFIielg

Raley of Keystone Heights. Mrs. S. E. Trlest and family re- Crosby of Jacksonville were weekend The Lawtey Boy Scouts enter- ling.Mr. and buy expensive Cameras or Projectors TBf
( S. E. Trlest of the Lake City cently. guests of L. R. Oalney. and Mrs. Owen McRae to make movies of your
tained with an outdoor party on Mrs. V. A. FASTDiof
and Mr. and
son Harley own. We will rent them to
Mrs. Eva Clemons and daughter you
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A' the school campus last Friday i Renfroe of Lake Butler were visiting for small fee and
Yvonne, of Worthington evening from 8 to 10 o'clock. Each relatives here Friday night. ft very your ;47
Invextmrnt Is the film.
have movea here and only
Scout had his
as guest a young
with Mr. and Miss Shirley Hall of Jackson. Como In today for further
r.NJOYNER'S MARKET have an apartment lady of his choice. Altogether,]
her grandparents
Mrs. M. D. Harrell. about 30 were yule Beach is visiting Information
young pres ,' Rev .and Mrs. W. E. Hall. HILL'S
la'; r 225 S. WALNUT ST. STARKE.. FLA. Mrs. Roma Plnholster and Miss ent. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thomas Hollywood Camera
4 Lubedla Plnholster returned home After playing outdoor In COFFEE SHO
games and children were visiting and Gift ShopCall
Ig Sunday afternoon from Miami the boys served their friends Gainesville Saturday.Mr. .

ft after visiting relatives there last welners to be roasted. All pres- Johnson and St. at R. R. Starke 151 WEST CALLS
and Mrs. Clyde
T'Foaos week.Mrs. ent had a very enjoyable time. mother, Mrs. Lillian McRae, and STARKE, FLA.
J. K. Douglass and Mrs.
R. A. Colson were shopping In L. H. Futch attended the Principal's Danny Phillips, all of Gainesville Robert,
Jacksonville Conference in Gainesville\ were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
6 "
recently. The Conference was Myrick Friday.Mr. .
RINSO, DUZ Miss Eloulse Dukes of Dukes Is called to discuss the new school and Mrs. Robert Taylor and la 9 _
r j BEEFor visiting relatives here this week.
OXYDOL law and to acquaint the principals I daughter Charlene were dinner

Mrs. Charles Hardy or Gainesville of Florida with their duties under guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lucian

LARGE Chuck.Roast was visiting Mrs. Eldon the new law. Conner in their new home in Rising a THIS ATLANTIC EQUALS ANY ALS m

BOX Hardy here Monday afternoon. The O. VV. Roberts Sunday. H.
Mrs. Pitt Baxter was the din- back at their home In Lawtey Mr. and :Mrs. H. H. Lewis were 1
ner guest of her sister, Mrs. J. O. after pending several weeks at business visitors to Gainesville .
.39 Ib.
Y y S' Dennison, at Midway Sunday, KIngsley Lake. Wednesday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Russ of The Premium Ale
ugar Mrs. J. P. Wyrick has been a Those who enjoyed a fish fry
6 Starke were weekend guests of at the Popular PriceLooking
frequent visitor to Jacksonville( to at Sampson Lake Saturday were
x 10 Pound Bag Mr. and Mrs Vance Rum. be near her husband who Is a Mr. and Mrs. Wesley McRae and

,, 4 FACTORY Round Loin Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roberts patient In St. Vincent's Hospital.Mr. children ,Mr. and Mrs. Russell T IC JALEeNO ..
89 of Starke were visiting Mr. and Wyrick's friends will be interested Thomas and children, Mr .and i

PACK OrTBone Mrs. Blrt Stokes during the week to know that he Is Im- Mrs. B. M. McRae and children,
end.Mr. proving after a serious operation and H. M. McRae.

Good 5-Strlng Steaks and Mrs. E. Q. Lewis and Mrs. Morris Johns has returnedto Mrs. W. E .Hall has returned '-tall et Hood c ae.r I IC.

daughter, Ivamae and Jean and her home here after undergo. after a visit with relatives in .

Broom .79 Edward Endicott were visitingMrs. ing an appendectomy In the Starke Macon, Ga.

: Van Johns at Starke Sun- hospital. Robert A '
.55 lb. Mr. and Mrs. Starling
day Mr. and Mrs. Dock WaInwright have moved from this communityto

and family have moved to Jack- Starke. Mr. Starling is now
Blue Rose Rice Mrs. Leaty Browning sonville where Mr. Wainwright has working in Gainesville.Mr. .

Brisket Stew Mrs. Leaty Browning, 84, died wrights secured have employment.spent the The past Wain-several and Mrs. H. M. McRae had
51bs..79 Mr. and
Tuesday, August 5, at the home months on their farm west as dinner guests Sunday C
Mrs. Bishop Myrick and mother, w
of her daughter, Mrs. Lizzie of Lawtey. ,
r Sr I' Mrs. Susie Myrick of Lake
Thompson, east of Lake Butler.
.25 lb.f4 .
The Lawtey school has entered Geneva. Rev. and Mrs. W E. Hall,
Fly Swatters Mrs. Browning was born July the second month of the new Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myrick

I 13, 1863 in Lafayette County. She term with 332 pupils enrolled last Shirley McRae, and Miss Shirley
was a member of the Pine Level
Monday. A few students have Hall of Jacksonville Beach. for a company luncheon menu that will Mo 701
5c Each Neck Baptist Church where funeral services been lost because of families mov- Remember services at Pine proud" and still not "do you in" on a iwelteringrdafT Servo
were held Thursday afternoon ing from the community but sev- Level Church Sun- colorful cheese-tomato aspic on crisp greens..,dainty sandwiches .
at 2 o'clock with the Rev. eral new pupils have been added. Baptist every .. luscious cake with chocolate-marshmallow sauce
r t W. E. Hall officiating. Mr. and Mrs. D. day morning and evening. Sun- and iced coffee a la mode. Sounds yummy, doesn't it!
LYNDES Box 191b' Interment was In the Brown C. Biggs ofHastings day School at 10 a. m. Prayer Beet of all, there's practically no cooking involved, aa you'II
were recent guests of Meeting every Wednesday night. see by the recipes below.
Hot Roll Mix .27 Cemetery In Union County. Pall relatives here.

bearers were H. H- Lewis, Alton Paul Dlnklna was convalescingat AH-INSPIRINO. ASPIC. DIS9IIT DILICHT

Dobbs. Fate Brown, L.'L. Conner, his home here last week after !!* CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD Just what the doctor ordered to To top off a perfect luncheon,tl
O. B. Alvarez, and Loran Conner. a minor operation.The COUNTY:. FLORIDA IV CHANCERY make six folks say "A hi"! to- marshmallow sauce lightly WI'i

DeWItt C. Jones was In chargeof O. J. Anders family recently Mattnlta ReveL Plaintiff, VII Carl mato-cheese aspic made like this: milk and pour over slices of one
arrangements.In Revel, Defendant. Cane No. 6833. Soften 1 tbsp. plain gelatin in U fresh JANE PARKER POUR:
spent several days in Tampa. Mr. ORDER OF PUBLICATION cup cold water and dissolve in 2 CAKE from the A&P. Melt lID,
\t OUR FACILITIES For Serving You Are The addition to Mrs. Thompson, Anders Is enjoying a well-earned AND NOTICE TO APPEAR cups hot tomato juice. Chill till sweetened chocolate and i uni
Mrs. Drowning Is survived by another STATE OF FLORIDA to: Mr. Carl thick'
vacation slightly
from his il
duties of Cool W
sec. Revel l. whose residence and address butter over hot water.
daughter, Mrs. N. O. Tillls tion foreman. !is: U .r.I, MIllHbnra. Delaware! 11111i1\\\\\11 Iiplk/fp4/// J. ened; add 1 tbsp. ly and pour over marshmiun'1COFFIf
6 : q Most Complete of Any In StarJce. Our Service of Trilby. Leo L. Stahler and for- You 1947 ulred" to appear On minced onion, 1
n family, August 23, In the above named;; tbsp. minced
- I merly of Jacksonville have movedto Court and cause, wherein Plaintiff COOLIR
? - - their home here. Mr. Stabler seeks divorce Bradford County Telegraph tsp.green VYorceaterFor Iced coft'ee.that'ddlA&I': ,
Men shall ptibllHh
Have Had As High As 18 Years Ex- this Order In '
recently purchased the home on next four weekly Issues. shire sauce U brew your favorite
Witness my hand and official tsp. salt and 1 Mia. COFFEE (Eight O'Clock.
the grated
known cup -
9 highway as the Dr .
seal at Htarke Florida, this strengdthat ;
July O-BIT AMERICAN Circle, Dakar) double
eE .perience And KNOW What To Do When Yours a14FoF Brown place. We wish to wel- 21.(OFFICIAL 1947. SEAL) A. J. Thomas, grand, tangy cheese you get pour hot over 18 quartered mint;
come these people to our town. A. Clerk of said Court. at the A&P. Pour into greased mallows: stir till dissolved.li'hipquart

"f.+ Rev. C. B. North spent several Attyc.T. Frank for I.andrum rif. Starke, Fla. ring mold. Chill till.firm cup t1.ke f.i ,\u p ix"A/ii+'/
7-25 4t 8-U .
Installation Is days this week visiting his broth- .Wtfaw/
JJIadeiA.. This Week ers in Plerson. SMOOTH SANDWICH SPREAD fold Into tJ'A
lor: CIRCt'IT
tOimr. BRADFORD To dress up peanut butter for Freeze in ice cube -" *
and Mrs. Frank FLOIUUAI I.V
Wells of CHAN ,
CP.HY. party sandwiches mix it with tray.When partly
St. Augustfne were guests of William Theodore Rtnlllnvs, Plain marmalade, grated raw carrot or frozen, stir well
ARMY PANTS Mrs. Wells' mother, Mrs. Effie tiff v*. May Helen Stalling, De. choppeddrieofruitAndtobeeure and continue -
Miner, last Sunday. fendant.ORDER Cane OF No.PUBLICATION 6697. your spread ia smooth and rich, free ln servintiuse '

Khaki l.SSea. Little Miss\ Kathy Struth of AND A&P's ANN PAGE PEANUT A&P COFFEE, put a leap
OF May It's made of carefully this ice cream in
Starke Is
the of
guest her aunt, Helen Htalllnirs .
whosa residence la roasted Imcn
high-grade comp
'\ ...., :Mrs 0. W. Roberts this week. ale| Mm. D. M RIchardH. 469 Ran peanuts. ;you'll scoop up
dolph Street ,
/ SHIRTS 1.50 Mr. and Mrs. M. C. :McLeod YOU are required California to appear! on

Marian McLeod, and Eloise Stanley August 25., 1947, In the above named ,
4 a : Court and cause wherein
ti plaintiff
spent the weekend at Jack-
seeks divorce. Bradford. County Tel.
-.-. Dungarees 1.50Girls' sonville Beach. next egraph four ihall! publish this Order, In
Mr. and Mrs. J. weekly Issues.
H. Moore
were hand and official',
In Jacksonville for the weekend. PealStarke Florida, thin July >QI '
16. J947
DRESSESSz. While there they attended the (OFFICIAL, REAL' ,) A. J. Thomas,
7-12 1.50 wedding of their granddaughter. A. Clerk of aalil Court.

If you are interested in a Range, why Miss Carolyn Moore, daughter of Hy Rivera Lucille A Anderson C Conner,Green D. C. Con

Mr. and Mrs. Florida Attys..
W. Moore. ,Spring's.' for Plf.
,. not buy a GAS Range? We can have TOWELS Lg. Size Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford of I 7-J5 4t 8-H

you cooking with gas (with a four to 3 for $1 here Jacksonville Sunday.were visiting relatives 4 .

six months supply) for as little as $51, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts 151 Ct COI rlRCriT.RY.''.TT. FLOHIUAI COfRT. BRADFORD lCHA: *.

plus the cost of your Range.. Immediate Ladies DRESSESSz. were in Delandf last Sunday. 1Mb Florence C. Collins., Plaintiff, v..
guest of Mrs. Roberts"' father, J. Leo R. Collins., Defendant. Ca.. No. .

delivery can be made. 38.52 1.95 A. Tatum. 6834.ORnER OF PUBLICATION" I on
Rev. Q. V. Lee was the guest AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
speaker at chapel exercises held Collins, whose residence and ad

i Blouses All Sizes In the school auditorium last Mon dress lit: 210 Calumet Street, Rox- quality drycleaning
We also have available for immediate bury, Mass.:
day.Several You are required to
delivery, Hot Water Heaters and Space $1SKIRTS. of our farmers attendedthe Court Aus-ust and 23. 1947 cause, ,In wherein the above plaintiff aimed

3 tractor demonstration at the ....k. divorce. Bradford County Telegraph
Heaters. Begin now to think of your All Sizes Newsom farm near Starke Mon- shall publish this Order In- --.teBreeze -
next four weekly Issues.
Winter Heat. day.Mrs. Witness I my official through end-of-surnmer
Cotton Rayon seal at Starke. Floridan i I
$1 Jessie Young, the new this July tn
Mf. '4T. weather with the assurance .
school supervisor- made a short (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas you're chic always fresh, *
visit to our school last As Clerk of said Court. always ng

We would be glad to have you call by Girls SHOES The Lawtey PTA met Thursday.in the Altys.T. Frank for Plf.Landrum, Starke.7.33 4t Fla.8ItNOTICE ways dainty. Our modern safe clean"oaf

our store at 213, E. Call St. (TWO For School $1 school auditorium Tuesday evenIng technique is the dependable cool, '
l at 8 o'clock. This meeting :. OP APPLICATION: FOR that not only insures that faj"n

DOORS BACK FROM THE R. R. waa held In the evening to give NOTICE "X 13 HEREBY JF1F.D CHVEV, ion-right look but also prolongs>

TRACK) if Girls DRESSESSz. more parents an opportunity to that E. W. Hayes the holder of the I life of your apparel. cowe'
or, you prefer, we will attend. following certificates has filed said of perfection.
certificates for a tax deed to be here for dry cleaning
have a salesman call on you in your 2-4 $1 Miss Esther Shuford and Miss\. Numbers Issued thereon.and Years The of Issuance Certificate, the I

home. Linda Carter are at Southern College description of the property, and i
Lakeland this week, where the names In which It was assessed
r ar.4tes followatCertificate
they are representing the Youth No. IS Year of Issuance : PHONE 135
Fellowship of Jun. 1, A. D 1145.
the Methodist ROBT.
NICK'SBargain 'Description of 313
Slade Gas Co. Church at the Youth Assembly. 8 SH ft WH of Rlk 8 of fln J./uoA
R 1 E A N ft of NW 4 t Blk GREEN
I S of R 2 E .* land E of came to T ''
Come to the Bradford County rood Ex N lie ft Temple's Sub.

213 E. Call Street Phone 121 House Telegraph for your office Supplies South Dlv Section Range 2t 22 East Ilk 22,,containing Township I 1 Owner : .

Rubber beads, pencils: carbon acres more or 1.... ,
legal Nan In Which A.......,: Unknown
paper form, etc. We
Certificate No. II Year of Issuance
I bane a large supply. I June 1. A. :D. 1141. 4




-- ST\RKE, FLOnm."
at Hampton Lake
e last Wednesday "The a e .
Yearling"Comes e e e e e .
evening. Over 75 .1
ampton present to enjoy this guests occasion were? To i Salvation Army shown in the Bible Quiz.
and Included young people from State Farm Opens New Camp Church r News Mis Wnllnro office: secretary, ,
Swecneyt hna '
C. Starting returned from nor "vacation
Het. 8r' Hampton Brooker. Waldo. Sunday Mr .
By On
e e Starke Kryanvtiliflrhl Bedford Lake and n. J. Gomes.
assistant pastor
o Lawtey and Jacksonville e e e e e a
Bringing to the screen an undisputed Methodist and pianist will leave soon for I
The Church
>or TEKS"MONDAY SUNDAY SCIIP.OL( OITINO new star In the personof During the past week Mr. and new Salvation Army Fresh I two weeks vacation In New York

HERE; : The Intermediate class of the ten-year-old Claude Jarman, Mrs. W. N. North and their Air Camp located on Slate Highway Rev. W. J. Churchwell pastorof atate.
aDlpton Christian Sunday School, with the technicolor version of Marjorie 100. between Starke and the First Methodist
Ln will sponsor an enter- their teacher, Miss Betty Jean Kinnan Rawllngs' Pulitzer i Billy spent several days on St. Keystone Heights, wan formally Church, -

It: next Monday night, AuI Adklns enjoyed a picnic and Prize-winning novel, "The Year I Simon's Inland, near Brunswick, dedicated Thursday. August 7. announces that his lIE'rn101topic ProtectY u Upholstery
t Dowdy and theInters swimming party at Hampton Lake ling", will be shown at the Florida Ga., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Invocation for Sunday will bo, "CrlMs- l I
Toby last Thursday afternoon. Theatre for four days starting I Paul Beavers of TaUassce Ala. was given by Rev. Time of Oppul'unlty". IVxt 2 With Good Durable I

of Gainesville of : Sunday. Mrs L. F. Chapman Is In Mont- Eugene Few president of the Peter 3:11: versa Remarks will 1

,me throughout the Mate John A. Guy of Bloomington, With Gregory Peck and Jane eagle, Tenn., having gone to that Ministerial Alliance of Jackson be made by the youth who are SEAT COVERS I :

tilt toaster which will be 111.. Dean of Men at Wenleyan&iemorlal Wyman cast as Penny and Ma rwsort August 7 for a two week's ville. attending the Assembly this week.

by the PTA. Thefof University arrived Baxter, and stay at a mountain top Inn. Brigadier
Jarman Ernest
young as the Pickering, Sal- TAILORED TO \
the lucky ticket. The I Saturday for a visit with his lovable Jody the film faithfully Phm l-o Nell n. Mulilrow of vation Army Divisional Commander Christian Church I' I
c 1 II
school mother, Mrs. Ann { '
la nthe R. FIT YOUR
Guy. Pf I'I
be given transcribes the story of this courageous Great Lakes, Ill, arrived Thurs- under whose direction this I
U, beginning at 8:0: < ,p. .m.IR W. H. Griffin has been spend- : hard-working family who day to spend her leave with her camp was established, presidedover Services at the First Chris- INDIVIDUAL I :

ing several days in Waycross, Ga. encounter both: happiness and parents Mr. and Mrt. J. M. Bradley the dedication service which tian Church each Loul's Day as AUTOMOBILEIn

RO.\ST Louise Kelly of with his brother, Arthur C. Grif- tragedy In their struggle to eke Accompanied by their visitor was attended by over 300 people follows: Sunday School 10 am.; f
and out and by Carolyn Bradley Mr. and from Jacksonville Communion and.. Sermon 11 a.m.;
Frederick and Har- fin.Mr. a livingfrom their small plotIn Starke, Key- Colors To Suit
with of Hampton, en- and Mrs. M. L Whtterson Florida's den e scrub land. Mrs. Bradley spent the greater stone Heights, Green Cove Springsand Evening Service 8 p.m.
Rj group of their were Sunday visitors of Mrs. C. All the high points of the be- part of this week at the Santa other surrounding communi Prayer Meeting each Wednesday Your Taste

a large with a weiner roast A. Warren and daughter, Cal- loved Rawlings novel will be Fe lake home of Sir. and Mrs. ties.The night 8 p.m. 1

friends vlnette, of Alachua. seen-the hunt for the maraud- M. F. Coker. During Mrs. Brail- main address was gIVen Woman's Council mcrt each STARKESEAT I
Mrs. Enos Skinner of Cocoa ing bear, Slewfoot; the pulsating ley's absence Mrs. Coker was with Harold Colon, executive vice- Thursday at 3 p. m.Men's I I

Here is a soothing and Mrs. Clarence Mead and little episode in which Penny la bitten Mrs. 3. B. Treadwell at the president of the Florida State Brotherhood and. Supperthe COVER CO. '
| t
daughter, Margaret Carolyn, of by a deadly rattlesnake: the free- Bradley residence. Mr. Coker Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Colee last Thursday night In each Court & Madison Sts.
| effective treatment forILETE'SFOOT I Oak Hill, have been spending several -, for-all village brawl of the roistering and Mrs. Vance Geiger of Jack- expressed the personal greeting month, at 8 p.m.

days with Mrs. W. W. Hicks I : Forresters; Jody's adoptionof sonville were additional Sunday, of Governor Culclwell and paid All friends are Invited. 1

I and family. '' his little fawn; the tragic re- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bradleyat special tribute to Brigadier Pickering :
Mr. and Mrs. J. their home here. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL:
W. Horne and'I sults which ensue when the gamboling and his co-workers for providing CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION

lET UL THESE HELPS M J family, with Emory Brown, were deer eats the young corn Mr. and Mrs. W. Q. Strln fellow such a camp that would The Rev. S. W. Creamy" pastorof ,

nAIl WITII REIRA'IALMly shoots and tramples down the anti Miss Melba Stringfellow b., dedicated for the benefit of St. Mark's Episcopal Church, j

I "If.... ..uuc....... ...teIMI. tobacco crop rising to the climaxof were visitors of Mr. anti Mrs. A mothers and children, and Chris- announces the following services: I I'J

,.,. 2- kills ." 'IV* .' CHUIlCTSJvniw an embittered Jody running B. Wallace and of Mr. and Mrs. tian youth groups Mr. Cube was Sunday Sunday School 10 a. I
whidI mvolly call Athl.....F.N 1'10 M. Smirk away from home only to return Claude Howard in Sanford last Introduced by Mr. Clifford A. m.; Morning Prayer and Sermon : I I'j

I. J-* atlisolvas trw hot. .IKMi later to take his place as a man week-end. Mrs. Wallace and Mrs. Payne, Chairman of the Salvation 11 a. m. Friday KvenliiR I'rayer
r.,..... which Athl...'.) rat In the Baxter household. Howard are sisters of Mr. String- Army Advisory Board of and Bible Clans 7:30: p. m.

r 004 "Melva. 4-1t p.mt.e The role of Jody Is a >triumphfor fellow. Jacksonville. Following the address -
I Nr, ,..ke4. pMllna: ...'" 1 1i ,
.M .o.. and .n the tar. young Jarman, who was selected Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Williams Mr. Colee, Mrs. Brigadier At The Tabernacle
NfUTi-hilm it ae tfffcliv* toI e 8i from among hundreds of are spending their vacation with Pickering gave the dedication : Ii
Athletes Foot it lhac: ir get ar (hairoubli applicants to play one of the most i Mr. Williams parents, Mr. and player Miss Phyllis Martin was welcomed -

he fungi on by contact'I Gillis* all'has HVB.Infdilyi ol sensitive and difficult character- Mrs. T. O. Williams\ and with Other greetings extended, included bark Into the Tabernacle

plant molds and punches grow zatlons ever brought to the I other relatives In Donaldsonvllle, those from Commissioner group Sunday. She will bo at

eon hoi .ffm ptrspirina;.. feet.helping So here keep. screen. It Is a portrayal that Ga. Wm C. Arnold simifh.i' TA..I- home about a month before returning i i
balm ii in .l'i
EcMive perspiration. Further i jcainiUtiic will be hailed In years -to come Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Galbraith of torlal Commander, Atlanta; Georgia. for her final year at St ;

EC pain. and inaredienla itching work PAST aa one of the moot poignant and Jacksonville were guests of Mr. Mayor Charles Darby, Paul Bible School, St. ('aul, Min .

I Guard Against -Infectionur tender roles ever seen. and Mrs. Bryan \Vhltfleld Satur- Starke, Florida; Mayor C. Frank nesota.

fm to a rub with Neurabalm tolibrM Musical Romance day and Sunday. Whitehead JackHonvllle Florida; The congregation Sunday night
fungi and to help prevent aserious Romance, comedy and musicrun Misses June Caldvvcll and Doris Mayor F. E. Stitch berry, Key- enjoyed a visit from Rev mul, PHARMACIST
tod. can from developing./ stone Heights. Florida Mrs. Flint of Tampa who were
; Senator
riot In "The Bachelor'sDaughter" Moncrief visited Miss Janet An-
tlm is delightful to UM: It leaves 1
Idem and refreshed ia grease i ;II' odtrC' booked at the Floridafor derson of Starke at Brooklyn Spvssard L. Holland. visiting at the Salvation Army I'hone 6 t STAnKE

ir...ifkv..,.nor. .dues destroy ant....u.stew. Get the a skin hot- 'klaAH next Thursday and Friday. Lake from Wednesday until Sat Special guests present for the camp near here Mr. Flint Is a On-the-Minlt ServiceHOWDY

and ice how quickly ir brineewhom Gall Russell, Ann Dvorak, Claire urday of last week. dedication service also Included! "Cowboy RvanKfll.it": 84 yearn
relief, Head directions infiat !1 ,! tIMaCkGw members of the Jacksonville young and toM of his experienceswith
Trevor and Jane Wyatt providethe Advlsory -
T. T.
olhrr valuable' information. At Mrs. M. D. Young, Mrs.
V 75 and f 1.23 bottles. ...... and Board Welfare Buffalo Illll and others In
in IM. ? *1 CANT lNrrrU.TA\f IT MICEriu. romance; Adolphe Menjou Herbert Flllyaw+ re- agencies,
.>i o MM4A. or '*. "iii t.M.v ere Fillyaw and the early days of the northwest .e
Ifsrioit.ithinv m>JtclM..tlml, burning' lrAM. n.jM lilt OTHrk.," Blllie: Burke the comedy; and the from Georgia and different Civic Groups. e
(alum bodies .. itching iiln.iURA'BALM. turned Tuesday The Sponsor. of the Tabernacle
music Is. brilliantly played by Eu- visited relatives and Special music for the dedicationwas
STARKE DRY CLEANERS I II where they brought two fine message! at the
gene List, famous young American friends In Tifton Ashburn and provided by The South Atlantic
AND I LAUNDRY, who won notoriety when he During their several Youth Camp Band, whichIs morning and evening services
I Sylvester. which both Interest-
performed for the "Big Three"at they attended under the direction of CaptainW. Sunday were fl.
IJil)4u1 In Georgia
IIVI Of TMI COMMON ATNLIirifOOT 6RCIN, WILDING days' stay R. H. Ing and thought-provoking to his : i
Doodler :
IUHOI ON CONTACT Potsdam. a Singing: Convention at of Lakeland.In hearers. /
Red Oak Church. W. E. Flllyaw his 'remarks of greeting. foRR
well the
last Sunday of Mr. and The young people tut as
guests D. of Dunellon. and family of Lake Butler also Brigadier Pickering took the oc- older ones enjoyed a new and different .
Mrs. O. Gay
made this trip with Mre. Young. casion to thank the many friends
Longer Wear home by Youth Program Saturday h ,I
They Mr. and Mrs E. S. Chambersof from Starke, Jacksonville and the night and there was much Interest FOLKS: This U an '
e Through Expert Repair Miss Martha Home who of Miss had Jacksonville are with Mr. and other communities for their interest epitaph for a departed friend: ,I
weekend guest
been a Mrs. J. E. Chambers while Mrs and helpfulness In the establiahment Here lies the body of our Anna I ,I
NEW LIFE FOR OLD SHOES Madge Gay. On Monday, ''E. S. Chambers Is recuperating of this Fresh Air done to death by a banana. ,
N. C. ,
....- ... "" Elmer Gay of Fort Bragg following a recent major opera. Camp. He stated that It had It wasn't the fruit that laid t
BIGGS & BAKER who had been visiting his parents, tlon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cham- been his desire since taking com her lowbut'the.kln of the i

arrived for a brief visit with bers and family of Live Oak were mand of the South Atlantic Division. thing that med. her go. ,"Ifc '' I 7 \

105 W. CaD St. Starke, Fla. Hampton friends. other Saturday visitors of Mr. 3 1-2 years ago to establisha ,Li T ,

Mrs. Wilbert Hall and daugh- and Mrs. J. EL Chambers being camp for the young people of Students "To whom warn I 't'
ter, Wilma Ruth, spent last week their supper guests.Accompanied the Salvation Army and for Minerva married," I

ss In Tallahassee with relatives. i i by his brothers mother and children In less privileged .RTCIIAI Profemori "My boy when

Misses Marlene and Mary Elizabeth from Waldo and Graham, A. C. famllle Brigadier Picker. will you Imtni that MlnrvsWM
SUPERIORin Underwood of Gainesville Davis spent the past week-end ing made mention that 200 of !' OAT the Goddess of Wlwtorn. > 1

have been' visiting their grandparents another brother In Mill- the young people of The Salvation. She wasn't married." j
every sens* of fine and upright Mr. and Mrs. U D. El- with wood, Oa. At that time Mrs ,Army were now occupying the ITS BEST e e 1*, t .J

modern serving'and unusual carefulnessin land.Mr. Davis and their children Joyce camp for the first opening perIod The Life of Your But we're absolutely sure that ;

guarding against needless and Mrs. Olen L. Beden- and Clifton visited Mr. and Mrs and that these young people Minerva would have noont I
expense bough and son. Larry, of De- J. B. Strickland In Gainesville. come from 30 different centers; Clothes Dependson mended our auto service-station 'q i

land were weekend guests of relatives J. R. Parker and from Florida Georgia and South for the expert way we service f fCllr. .
here. Mr. and Carolina. He further stated that The Care They .. It'. quicker, It's better,
Clarissa\ and
Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Hicks of daughters. from Tampa with the development already ReceiveAll and It really Improves the driving ,
Palatka recently visited Mr. and returned "Sunday made including the cabins and action of your car. Try IIt j
DEWITT C. JONES had visited relativesand I
Mrs .Woodrow Hicks. where they Tuesday. dining hall and physical equipment Garments Carefully today! f

AMBULANCE! SERVICE Maurice Seley of Citra spent friends since the young people already In Hand Finished GULF OIL PRODUCTS i !
Sunday with his mother, Mrs.Llnnle Sunday supper guests of Mr. camp and this dedication service 1
Funeral Director Seley. and Mrs. A. C. Davis were Mr. brings Into reality a desire we Washing a Polishing !t '

STARKB PHONE 7 and Mr. J. B. Strickland and son, have had for some time. Greasing ., \

1Cs OI'TITY.TFLORIDk. BRADFORD Johnnie, of Gainesville Mr. and The South Atlantic Temple & Lake b I
Our local funeral home enables us to 1,. 4.HAM- Marcus Reddish of Heilbronn youth camp
offer conveniences and services not Ida c. icn Bronsion v. Plaintiff ".. Alo..an. Springs and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Is under the direction of Adjutant EANER Service Station i
otherwise der Bronajon, D (.ndant. Can No. and Mrs C. Wm. Jayne: Theyare I

available. 5847.ORDER OP PUBLICATION Rhoden of Waldo.Mrs. H. H. Hanson of being assisted In the camp by 110 Wtuthlnxton St.. Starke Phone 179' !
\ furnish AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Mr. and the following officer.: Captain I
the highest type service at tbe lowest prices art STATE! or FLORIDA to: Al.ia.n- Tampa were guests of Mr. and George Woods Savannah, Georgia -
'I *ANY life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANY com der addr Brunoon... la: ItiOl whoa K.atlna residence Av. (St.and) Mrs J. R. Parker Monday. ; Captain James Tanner, MI- I r
s payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation no obligation. You are required to appear on [Expert UPHOLSTERINGSLIP t
September I. 1517 In the above Homestead spent Friday with Humphrey., Ocala, Florida; Cap-
nam.d Court and cause, Bradford wh..r.ln and Mrs. H. R. Uniy. Miss Wanda tain Lloyd Lovestead Jacksonville .

County laintiff Telegraph ajmk l dlvorc shall publish this Lee, Elsie and Betty Linzy returned ; Captain Mary Risk, Florence COVERS VENETIAN BLINDS .

'-A r I OrWltne.e.my xt four hand led. .lnu official... to Homestead with their rela- South Carolina; Lieut. Helen MATTRESSES.:S, New and Renovated CAN. { ,
seal at Htarke, Florida, this July lives for a two week. visit. Frlerson, Sarasota; and Captain "I '
e Crews, Del- Hudson Sanford Florida.A VAS AWNINGS Complete or Recover I
(OrVlCtAL, HEAL) A. J. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Byrd : ,
Aa Clerk of said Court. and Carolyn Crews, Mr. and feature of the dedication pro- I'
WATER T. Frank Landrum, Stark., Fla. bert and Mr. and Drop UM A Card And We Will Be Glad / .i
HOT R EVERY USE Atty. for Plf. S4t Ill Mrs. A. P. Moore _. u_._. gram was the presentation_ of a
MM Crews' visitors, Mr ana *ir boat by Mr. Ronald Harmon on To Give You An Estimate \ j
Guy Norman and children of MI- behalf of the Optimist Club of

ami and Dickie Kinard of Homestead Jacksonville. Other Civic Clubs :
Fresh WaterBREAM spent last week at Lake will\ be Interested In presenting McGriff f Brothers

Wlnott. a cabin or other memorials to
Friends of Mr. and Mrs H. R. help develop the camp to Its propo.ed Gainesville Corner South Oak and East McCormlckJ '

to know that their plan.ATHLETES.
Limy are glad has recovered P. O. Box 519 Phone 1031 ; :;
little baby. Tommy,
Deb o hospitalization FOOT ITCH
from an Illness that required .
and PERCH In Starke during the HOW TO STOP IT ( I.

past week. I MAKE 5 MINUTE TEST

Mrs. J. A. Bouvler went to i OM TV-OC. .* .It" droit ,ten, A EARN While You LEARN to FLY i
ARE BACKAfter Miami last Thursday to visit relattves tie STILL POWUI'tl1..aNOTH.PCNRTMATINOade "' _' MO IS

and to attend the Bouvler .... KI1JU th. Ixk.CANOVA a.c "' ------ I it
...... ..;
wedding which was an ort ae r-

/\ 8 Months event Woodward of Is Jerry August Bouvier e. The who bridegroom for- PHARMACY On The G. I. BILL of RIGHTS ((1' :

Jot water-and plenty of it the wAiter the _It. merly lived here with his grandparents ., .
-18 a daily convenience you Dependable, economical Mr and Mrs. Bouvler.

J needn't do without. With a "Pyrofax" gas-operated ) Miss Nancy Knight of Gainesville NN"T BLOW YOUR TOP/

..Pyrofax" gas-operated water heaten are made in was the guest of MiMe Peggy see If YOU'RE LATEPHONE We are now Approved for the following "iI t ,

*1'J beater, you are asa sizes suitable for every 7fR fSJf Caldwell for several days during courses: 1
.\ ? constant supply family large or small. ISH this week having come home !. Basle Ground Primary and Advanced I

or hot water for baths, Come in, phone, or write ... ... I Monday with her hostess who had p'f fM Al 1JY Flying Also Private Commercial ---.. ,

dashes, and laundry. Auto- for full details-no obligation visited\ the Knights from Friday and Flight I I Instructor!' ___. \I ,

IDat washing machines of course. COME DOWN until that time. Court***. Approval No. 5650.:) a.. __::"mow_ ,I ,

Particularly ret AND GET YOURS Mr, and Mrs. Calvin Williams ,ra i < ,

a :'; tie and daughter, Sandra of Starke Class Room Instruction Tues. & Thurs. '
Uy = have been at the Shepherd resident t .

to do a sparkling 'Il"I" I| during the past week while CA1L Nights 7:30 P. M. w.1 ;

Glenn' -aab-fo.J ca: MagnoliaFish Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Shepherd ;"' ,I.
lite Hotter- the water SUPfROR lOTUID OAS SERVice a :jRlnggold.I have been Ca.visiting relatives In CONWAY-LIBBY U-FLY-IT SERVICE I"' It '

MarketPhone o Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bouvler of 150 PHONE 111 OK 32 .
rcntcn Hardware & Furniture Co., Inc. Miami who were la this section: 1

Phone 3391 Trenton, Fla. 37 t i,ot.the.atat4*rer., overnight on their fututts wedding of J.trip A-, STARKE TAXISER VICE C ,0 NSW 4 4Y A-J,. Rr rA; Kw. t ::

t. T. SHULL PLUMBING CO. LOCAL AGT. II I Bouvier Tuesday. t(


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,nl, next four weekly: luu.l An Clork of laid Court. I
Monument MakerTo Malcolm L. Rosier Witness my hand and official HI' Luclll C Conner. U. C. .
seal nt !:!lork... Florida, this July I r Joseph K. Hklppar Wllllamn .Bl<1*. ,.
16. 1941.IOFDiUtL. T W. Fonvth Bt: J ck onvlll Fla. '
Build Plant Malcolm Lester Rosier, 11year- SiTAl.) A. J. Thomas, Atty. for Pit. 7-l .t 8-8 '

old Don of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis _.
Near Starke SoonJohn '
Rosier of Starke, died In a Jack- / 0

Guntcr. maker of monuments sonville hospital Friday afternoon
AUK 8.
markers, and vaults, this ANNOUNCEMENTEverybody
In addition to his parents he Is
week cloned negotiations for a 14. survived by two brothers, five sinters -

acre tract of land near Crosby and hU grandmother. Mrs.
runs for politics. George Kopelousosis
which he will erecta Charity Henley. b 0
Cemetery upon '
Funeral services were held Sun not running for politics but is running to open M
homo and build a plant.
day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the the Guidon Grill days a week. Your favorite eat
Mr. Gunter has been In the '
monument business In Fort Lauderdale graveside the in Rev.Pine Ernest Grove Griffin Cemeterywith of ing place will now be open on Sundays from 7 a. m.

for many years and will ficiating. to 9 p. m. "Eat at the best and forget the rest.
dill] maintain display there and '
(Adv.) -Geo. Kopelousos!
In Miami although his main plant yow
and home will be at Starke. Coach Repeats Call ....

)fro Gunter will be located a For Football BoysCoach .
+ 4 short distance south of Highway -

JfK, just thin side of Crosby Ceme- N. Carson Geiger this Over Sixteen Million q
tery. The land was purchased week repeated his call for all boys
tf from Bertha Green end. is part of Interested in football to meet him Housewives
the former Prymer property. Mr. at the school house Monday morn- -.
jjIj Gunter plan! to build a 8-roorr Ing, Aug. 18, at 10 o'clock. The .
houND and a plant 50x30:! and will Tornndo squad has suffered heavy COOK WITH GAS !
tart construction about Sept. 15. losses through graduation and

Mr. Gunter' announced several other causes and Coach Geiger Now You Can: Buy
months ago his! plans! for movingto nays plenty of hard work will be
Starke' but was held up by difficulties necessary If BHS ia to make a Your Investment
_ _
In securing a suitable lo creditable showing on the gridiron ( IHJlllIlIlIlIl1/illllll/ i 'O"*
1 caUon. this fall.Cooling. ) I Vj'.$

He states that Starke Is well Is Less Than sS fr'i >
1 suited to serve a* his headquarters __ ""n"i"S- Pat >
$ ? since It Is centrally locatedIn System @ DELUXECHAMPIONS

a good trade arf'He will O. K. At FloridaThe A Penny, A Day f f I ,/ ,f dr

have trucks operating throughout Ira __ 1'' U I'' '
Florida Theatre announces
a radius of 100 to 150 miles. I'
that its Is For The Use of
cooling againIn
+ u ,I "The East Coast Is all right, but
' r4 operation. The air conditionIng \
you don't have any 'back country'to
l plant has been undergoing extensIve at Lower Than
+ / work, Mr. Oltnter! stated. "All '.
', you have to draw on Is the narrow rehabilitation for the past ,
/ strip of populated territory few weeks, during which time a Pre-war Prices!
complete overhaul by factory
4 along the coast. engineers was made. And Service
Mr. Gunter half been In the
The management of the theatre .
monument business, for 23 years
wishes to express appreciation to
In Florida and owns his own
Its many patrons who were so IIOMEOre place where mankind has always found Joy
4 granlt and marble quarries In Used
patient and cooperative during theemergency comfort, and relaxation. Fully half one' time lit. spent In the Your

s Georgia. period.iv home. To modernize It mean. more pride of possession, more

Post comfort and convenience, more time for relaxation and leisure Tires are
City Attorney
for the entire family. An Investment In Hosier Brothers Can

' Is Now Unfilled riiiftir roiiir nn'roitn Service' will pay you rich dividend In all the things that go to Worth More ,, .
e'OI1'Y, FLOItl U.4, i\ C IIA\- I,
to live In.
make home a better place
s The City of Starke Is now with KHY. .
Willie M.rl.. Thornton Plaintiff v>. Your home may be beyond the city gas mains" In the suburbsor to Us-Come !
out a regularly employed City Attorney Mwln Kitnar!: Thornton, Defendant.Cu .
.' t it was learned last week. .. Nr 5605.DIIDEIt In the country but It can be modernized: with Rosier Broth

+ The recent decision by the Council AND NOTICE prnui-ATiov TU APPDAK en Oa Sl'nlc. No matter how large or small your home may in Today for
(1a, was described as another step HTA.TH OF" FLORIDA to: IMwInKilicar be we can always. meet your gas needs. "'e have Butane and
residence In
Thornton whose
la the city's economy efforts. unknown.You Propane Ga for bottles' and tank BIG SAVINGS! .
The office paid $30 per month are, rnnulrcd, \ to appear on Don't forget our Credit Plan One-third down and up to
August 18 1947 In the above named
1r plus special fee for any litigation Court and cause, wherein plaintiff eighteen months to pay the balance, on gas appliances. alai
than .<*..k.! divorce Bradford CountyIVlHumnh "
} ; that might require more a ..
Nluill pATHLETESF0>ll"h Ord..rI ,
minimum of time. I 5
The law firm of Green & Green :
until JUST RECEIVED A Mixed Carload of Stoves
had been city attorneys up
time of the recent decision. HOW TO STOP IT LIFETIIAE 9Ctee mm AS

't i Mattie Wainwright thto CM YULL.STR&NOT.POWUtrUL TB-Ot lOt MV PRNBTHATINO dru..tore.fUachM MOM fuacfato Apply_4 ROSIER BROS. GAS; CO. thou bole,,.u.- seise or tube sad et,.rid wr awlbw sas.l..4w.,'h aeon, 25

_-nm to lULL the ....b. Get KKW. <_ Box 268 Starke Fla.CARL i ..t..d N W h.. ir.li d.4a.b Is .olds.
Mrs. Mattie Wainwright died at Phone 782-W
.. .
.It.rt rear M* I eeIr. T 4>r at .ith"d Was .. IM.
her home In Plant City Saturday CANOVA PHARMACY .1 *. and Inatal.l. PHwax
Aug. 9, after a brief Illness. She M )
was a native of Bradford! Countyand
lived In Bradford and Union
rIy333 Counties a numbs of years before I
I 3lti moving to Plant City In 1944. She
;Ilc was a member of .the Little JOHNSPhone Tie MW Firestone De r.ae Champion op to

Spring Primitive Baptist Church H% stronger. To* new Sam-Bored cord
4' M4 body 1. Save with rir0.tOfi.'* New low
tW t q near Worthington Springs. gives extra protection against blowovt and

Funeral services were held Monday an *. ntrMdcd Nun end a.*ia. This aauw. Pri eel. .

"morning at. 10:30: o'clock In log sew. tin hall up to 60% man. _.- k14 2. Save with Our Liberal Traded,)
the Douglas Cemetery near Lake 47 Washington St. Starke, Fla. ancles. The MW. SaftUMp ..*. asrarM extra
Butter with the Rev. T. T. Law Allowance
traction and .
pcoteetlen against iklddbic.Th
} ; I officiating.W.C.T.U.. irid<<. flatter tr ad lad Tltaunla Bobber 3. Save More on Mileage and Sahry.

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drunkards. of their daughters Price of One!
and sons, and are not nt "r, Home Freezers
to have, or bring up children.. "

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, ,in next four weekly I ln..u... Aa 'Clerk of said Court.
Monument MakerTo Malcolm L. Rosier Witness my hand and official Hy Luclllit O. Conner. U. C.Jorxph .
seal Kr Slurku. Florida, this July I K. skipper William Bldff.! ,
16. 1941.IO1"llIAL. 7 W. Forsvth Bt., J ck_onvlll.., Fla.Atty
Build Plant Malcolm Lester Rosier, 11yeAr- ( : Sj*AL) A. J. Thomas, for PIt, 7.19t 8-8
old lion of Mr. and Mm. Elllx -..
d Near Starke SoonJohn Rosier of Starke, died In a Jacksonville r
Gunter maker of monument hospital Friday afUrnoon, 0YrJiiJiff4
Aug., 8.
*, markers, and vaults, this I I In addition to his parents, he ta ANNOUNCEMENTEverybody

week cloned negotiations for a 14- survived by two brothers, five sisters <-

acre tract of land near Crosby and his grandmother, Mrs.'
runs for politics. George Kopelousos
which he will erecta Charity Henley.
Cemetery upo.l Funeral services were held Sun- la" not running: for politics but is running to open !
home and build a plant.
day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the the Guidon Grill 7 days a week. Your favorite eating '.
Mr. Gunter has been In the
graveside in Pine Grove Cemeterywith
monument business In Fort Laud- the Rev. Ernest Griff offlclatlng. place will now be open on Sundays from 7 a. m. .r

entiilo. for many yenrs and will to 9 p. m. "Eat at the best and forget the rest."

i till maintain displays there and I (Adv.) -Geo. Kopelousos
In Miami although his main plant
and home will be at Starke. Coach Repeats Call -\0."

Mr.' Ounter will bo located a For Football Boys 1
Hhort distance south of Highway -
ino lust this side of Crosby Ceme Coach N. Carson Geiger this Over Sixteen Mi} '
tery. The land was purchasedfrom week repeated his call for all boys
Bertha Green and Is part of Interested in football to meet him
American House 0 .
the former Prymer property Mr. at the school house Monday morning -

Gunter plans. to build a S-room Aug. 18, at 10 o'clock The L :
house and a plant 50x50' and will Tornado squad has suffered heavy COOK WITH ? .
start construction about Sept. 15. losses through graduation and .

Mr. Gunter' announced several other causes and Coach Geiger ,,'.,, .. 'I,, ,;.><
months 'ago: his plans for movingto says plenty of hard work will be f '

Starke. but was held up by difficulties necessary If BHS Is to make a Your In vestmt ,1' ':'''*; "
In securing a suitable 10- creditable showing on the gridironthis \. --r. ,

t + cation. faU.Cooling. ,: ". .e""' F;.
He states that Starke Is well Is Less Tha ,", ':"

' suited to serve as his headquarters System i > .. .
since It Is centrally located I 0

In a Rood trade area. He will O. K. At Florida A Penny A D \,,;..:
have trucks operating/ throughouta < :i ? i"0 ":
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a radius of 100 to 150 mile The Florida Theatre announces I ;, :."" ; ." t.;),, nt.
but that Its cooling system Is againIn For The Use < -, ,:' .. '
"The Fast Coast Is all right, \ } ;', ... .
operation. The air condition .. ,
you don't have any 'back country'to : "" "II.. "-
h, ing: plant hag been undergoing extensive '
i .
work, Mr. Gunter stated. "Alt .. '. '.
you have to draw on la the narrow rehabilitation for the past Equipment'w:, ,, \, :: '":
t few weeks, during which time a j : .
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strip of populated territory V. f .I\
along the coast." complete overhaul by factory And Service'x'(: /<'
engineers: was made.
Mr. Gunter has been In the The management of the theatre i, ,, J' r" 0'....
monument business for 25 ..
years .
wishes to express appreciation to I' ,
In Florida and owns his own
Its many patrons who were so HOME! -Onn place < v ',' n'"
and marble quarries In \
j jrranlt patient and cooperative during the comfort, and relaxation. t ," ',I'home. + .. .

r Georgia. emergency period. To modernize It ,t., .
+ comfort and convenience J Cti '
City Attorney Post .. ,
q, ""f''I .
for the entire family. 4 ? ::; t I.
, 2 'fit Is Now Unfilled Iv cincrrr rnritr. nil 'nFOIiD I Service will pay you rich \1 l' :, i :;M! 0 :;
('01 %, TV, FLOIIII1A IV <'II"\- ,;,' '- ,,'
make home a better pli4 ,', \
C'IIV.' .
The City of Starke Is now without ,
Willie Aierls Thnrnton. Plaintiff. VO : 0
Your home be
may bey4 ", ;i ,
a regularly employed City At .
IMwIn: IJilxar: Thornton Oufantlant.Cu "
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torney, It was learned last week. .a No. 6101.OHIllCIl or In the country, but It!: ',
OF Pl'BMCATION era' Ga Service. No mat j :: i.
The recent decision by the Council AND NOTICE] TO APPEAR ,: \
t i was described as another step 8TATM OP FLORIDA to: 1MwlnFMvnr : be we can always meet ; I v'l;
Thornton, whoa residence U
!I. the clty'a economy efforts. unknown.You 1'ropane'Cian for bottled 1 I ft" ?
The office paid t30 per month : are required to appear on Don't forget our Cr .
Aitirmt 18 1947 In the above nanifd ,
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plus special fee for any litigation Court and cause, wherein plaintiff eighteen month to'pay ,, /'
that might require more than a M(...k. divorce. Bradford County I ,..i ', ", h ,
THeirrAnh. elicit. publish thin Order, I
minimum of time ,
The law firm of Green & Green ATHLETES FOJDT ITCH "" 0

had been city attorneys decision.up until HOW TO STOP IT JUST KECEIVELi:{ ""I- \ ,,
time of the recent
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;' ,Mattie WainwrightMrs. hi Gee* rowutrvL TB-OL at BUT rftmmtATiNo day at"... Kail.dde Apply ROSIER j, : ': ;" y" : 1: f1- .', ', .; -

PULL .STRENGTH. MMCtue MOMnnc \ ; ; ,, ,
e to lULL the tech. Gee raw fee* "
Mattie Wainwright died at eeeffert .r year' Me: ....... T...,. .. Phone 782-W ,': j..' ,
% her home in Plant City Saturday.Au& CANOVA PHAKMACY ; '>'''' .r' j
0, after a brief Illness. She I,," : .. "
-' 't.',, ',.t 'Jo' v' I :.' Y :.
was a native of Bradford' County I : f )
i and lived In' Bradford and Union r '; :" -t ,!:- :

r Counties a numbs of years before I .' "
moving to Plant City In 1044. She 0 :

rl+?I ,P1 was near Spring Worthington a member Primitive of Baptist Springs..the Church Little CARL: J ( ::H I

Funeral services were'held Mon.

{ day' morning at. 10:30: o'clock In I't" ', '
t the Douglas Cemetery near Lake 'Phone 47 Washington St. a \ ,,???r ,''fr', ..i'n '
Butler with the Rev. T. T. Law .. o' "
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