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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 22, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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uJ were your reaction last week when you read that Frau

ITifce p-reh-wll' "Que 'n'' of the nortorlonn Uiielionwald prison
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I." ,wen sentenced by an American War Crime tribunal to Official County Publication Established In 1877

aifdt'' ot her days behind poison bars I

the sentence was too light for whose -- -- .
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rou feel VOLUMN SIXTV-MNK 8TAKKE. n.oK.OA.FItIlU'I'UUST' %%'.. 1947 MIIMBKK FORTY-TWO
fashioning lampshades from the tattooed skin of
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AfGtST l5. 1941 BRADFORD COUNTY TE]LEQIC\PII. STARKG. FLORIDA PAGE 8-A .

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o T I MI Charles R flee.. 204-06 Realty Bldg. to affixed, this the 6th day of I N "uci'ir ('0' It r. lilt ">r )iin
, met August 12thF.marke. Jacknonvlllo, pla. Auiruet. A. D. .' >IM'%, FIWIIIII IN MAN.. -
'Iorllllto revle.sidrat Atty. for Pit. 8-15 4t 95s (OFFICIAL SEAL f'Cbu A. Darby, e mi.lames: .
i of the City Mayor Hubert Combs, plaintiff, vs
: Three CandidatesFor
books
tun. and the follow. ATTEST: Carl Johns iuby LouJse Combs, Defendant. ith 1 17 Candidates
t Involved
Florida from the : IIIICI'IT roi'UT. IIRAD..OIUJ ,City Clerk. 8-8 JtIN 9.1 Case No. 5429.OltlRlf .
I".", were stricken stated. The COlI.i'y' FLORIDA I'M CHAN. OK1. prni.icATioN MayorDon I
T. reason C-KIIY AND NOTICF. To APPEAR
L I'iifl. bo I..> session 1947 at on 4:01fp the: Albert:' "q. Massey. ve.aryo rmriir (01111' iinAi>Foni>)> STAT OP FLORIDA to: Ruby Qualify For
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of AiiKUHt. complaints, D.: Massey, ; : "n\I.lf.\ Case rill IMTV. FL.OHII11, IN CII4\-: Louise Combs, whose residence and accident -
hear
M.. to '
I any name No. 6870 ( Kli Vi address Is unknown.
and u restore stricken OIIDBU OP PUBLICATION Mne RpauldlnK. Plaintiff vs. Bill You are required to appear on
L" l been> erroneously ANt:/ > NOTICE TO APPEAR bpuuldlnit, Defendant Case. No 5797.OUIUvK August 22. 1947 In the above named
I H.. Bemoved STATE OF FLOU1DA to.: Mary Oh PUBLiCATION; court and cause wherein plaintiff n Ws"r."; ..., Five PositionsLastminute t
fnj, Noll Kemoved Removed D Massey. whose residence and .address AND NOTiCE TO APPEAR seeks divorce, Bradford County Under Bonden .4.-. I
I iL: : lei, 613 Lawrence Street Martletta STATE OF FLORIDA to: Pill Telegraph shall publish this Order "
LlbA TlAl"Dead Oeor la. Spauldlnir, whose residence Is: Calf In next four weekly Issues.WIIIIKSH .
RemovedW. You sin :iriiulrvi) to aupviir. on Creek, Kentucky. mv h>ind, ind official seal qualifying by
F lr. StallS September. IB, 1947 In the above You aie required to appear on at Starke Florida this 23rd of July H. Rogers 18-yaor-oU
I Banilnll Removed named Court and cause. wherein September 8, J947 In the above 1947. C. A. (Charley) Futch for
o.orlle M. Removed plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford named Court and Cause, wherein (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas Uie, S. C., youth was re- the office of City Clerk a few .
. A,. Kemoved Clerk of said. Court
P County Telegraph. shall publish this plaintiff seeks divorce and custody As '
[('.ell, Removed, Order In next four weekly I..H.-. of minor child Bradford County T.'ttri: Landrum, Stark, Fla. from the county Jail hare hours before Tuesday's dead.

TlrvlnlT. Removal Removed Witness my. nand and oRlclalea.1 : Telegraph shall publish this Order Plf. T-26 4t 8-l ly morning. under 12.000 line assured competition in
h' ft. L. at Starke Florida this August In next four weekly Issues.
h. J. D. .Removed II. 1947.OOFFICIAL WitnoHH my hand, and official iv nnri'IT comr. 1111.\.0110 ifter a warrant had beer all departments of the City*
1 Viola-Kemoved SEAL) A. J. Thomas, seal at Starke, Florida, this August COUNTY FLOHlltAl IN: CIIA.NCK.HV. -
I'paul E. Jr.DeadV. Ae Clerk-of said Court 7. 1947. ; out by Deputy Sheriff Mel- Election, and brought the
T H__Removed By Lucille C. Conner, D. C.Charles (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas David F. Hilton. Sr., Plaintiff vs. total number of candidates t
I Mrl. Lu'yHemovedIImRemov..ct It Hexx, 204-05 Realty Bid 11", *s Clerk of said Court. Louise W. Hilton Defendant. Case Kinney charging hint with
Jacksonville Fla. Rivers &: Anderson Green CoveSprings No. &,&4. ughter in connection with whose names will appear on
,\\'IIII.m F.n..mov.dI. Atty. for Pit. 8-15 4t 9-0 Fla. ORDER OF PPRMCATION
Ines_Removed I Attys. for Plf. 8-8 4t 8-29 AND NOTICE TO APPEAR alit of Mrs. Annla Craw the Sept. 9 ballot to 17.
W. T._Removed STATE OF FLORIDA to LouiseW. .
,3. In automublle
NOTIC..J' an ac- Futch has
Removed previously served -
.t BUI Hilton whose residence !la un- .
jessie-RemOved j : TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: IN" < .
Miss Oladys Removed Notice la hereby given that I have 'MTV. FLOIUUtl I'M: ('II"!II- You are required to appear onSeptember '
ents for bond made
.,I.on. p"t.yR..mo..ed'hobaHemov..d filed my final. Accounting" ae Administrator cicnv.Julius 1. 1947 In the above were content' for the office that has

for the. Estate of J. F.Colley R. Plaintiff, vs. Mae named Court and cause, wherein gers' attorneys. Green A. b..en. held by City Clurk Carl
J Annie A.-Dead deceased and will on the Smith Berry.rrf"f; Case No, plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford
llnhn -Kemoved 18th day of October 1947 apply to 6831. County Telegraph shall publish this John fur the past several yean.
lire, Elale ._Removed County Judge of Bradford County ORDER OF PirHLlCATION Order In next four weekly Isauee. .4oner's Inquest to officially
g. Mrs Blanche O.-Dead Florida, for Final Discharge .as AND NOTICE TO APPEAR Witness my hand and official seal Another note of Interest was

, ". T -KemoveaIK Bald Administrator. STATIc OP FLORIDA tol Mae at Starke. Florida I this I July 80, 1 ne the cauae of Mrs. Craw- added, to the election by the entry,
Mary I..e-KemoveaI J. II, Colley Aclm'r.S1S Smith, Berfy whoso last known resdenre 1147 lea th has not yet been held
for the second In succession
S H.-'-Dead 4t 9-5 and address Is oo| O.neral! (OFFICIAL SKAL A. J. Thomas ... Hoover year ,
J .rnb--Romov.d. Delivery, Orangeburg. South Carolina As Clerk of said Court.: the fact that both State'aty of a woman candidate for the)
In, Oasis l W._Removed : J. C. Durranoe. Law Exchange Bldg. T. E. Duncan and AsMst-
Council. Mr. Florence B. Brown
lj K,_Removed Ifl' "IIItTI'I' CI>IHr. KOKICO > Yon are requyr.so appear on Jacksonville, Fla. "w.
I Mrs .Ethel_Removed II>TV. PI.OUIIIA. IN CHAN.; or before August 85th, 1947 In the Atty. for 1'lf. 8-1 4t 8-2 tee Attorney Joe Hill VV11ara has qualified to run In the two-

I Minn B"bv, -Removed 1 lIllY.Dorothy: above named Court and cause.where on vacation. It will term Starke'. first
I Mm, Tholma-Kemoved T. Jones, Plaintiff, a'c-J In plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford year group.
\. Mrs I.urlle-Removed bert: w. Jones, Jr., Defendant ; County Telegraph shall publish this IN" rmrrri' "j<>('IIT. salt A tsCOItt)
t. pelard P._Removed No. 5867.iil.unU. Order. In next four weekly Issues. 'OI'\ITY, FI.OIIIIllI. IV CII\N.: puty J. H. Rowe atatetly. Wood who won considerable
('F-llr.
Id. V, :-Kemoved OP PUBLICATIONAND Witness my nanil nnd oiflrlalseal '
I Jilla, _Removed NOTICE TO APPEAR at Stark., Florida. this 22nd day John C. Phillips. Plaintiff Defendant.vs. Case LolaPatricia support for a place on the CouncilIn
I nave-KemovedItn STATE! OF FLORIDA to: AlbertW of July 1947.IOFI"l'IAL Phillips
I.ughter" l I. 1946 electIon
coroner' verdict the
:No./ 6833.ORI1EU. S Jury
Mlgnnn-Hemoved .Jones, Jr, whose residence Is: ( SEAL) A. J. ThomasAs
n., Frances-Kemoved % Columbia Baking Company Danville Clerk of said Court. NOTICE OP PIMILICATIOVAND TO APPEAR Roger will be The list of qualified voter, justprepared
Mrs H. P._Kemoved Virginia.You John J Henderson Ksq. St. Augustine Mrs.Loin. In the fall term of T"Jaks
FLORIDA to:
STATE OP ere Clerk Carl John discloses
,h, M .C._Removed .are required to appear on Fla., Atty.tr Flf.7-25 4t 8-15 whose residence by ,
Patricia Phillips,
Marl" Removed September 8, 1947 In the above and address, Is: 27H Montague Court Nov. 10. If, how- that there are 90S elector
wherein
molt CathorlnRemoved named. Court and cause iv rinn IT roi'IIT. IIIII>FOHI>>> South Carolina verdict .. "recklens
Mo.ollnemov..dh. plaintiff seeks divorce and restoration FLOHIIJtl IN! lllNRose Street Charleston' w jury registered In the City. This I III a

ChRrlutte--Remov. of maiden. nam.Brad lord this f"nl'\I't'r.'1-:11: Y. v:('ii Are nulrert' to iinpenr nn 1 or If Roger U absolved substantial gain of almost 20* f

I, Jne-Hemovedi Removed Order County In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish Issues.Witness Joseph Forester, Plaintiff Defendant, vs. August 22. 1947 In the above. named IB, he will pay the neces- over the 700 totol b- k) in 1939
Lull- B. Forester, wherein Plaintiff
Removed my hand and official Emory ,Court and cause, ,lee If and the amount growLl. of Starve.
oWj H Jr.- Case No. 5846.ORDEIt seeks divorce Bradford County Telegraph any Indicating the H i
.-Removed_KemovedT seal at Starke, Florida this August OP PfltLICATlON shall publish this Order in Kind will be refunded and the fact that It U. holding Its j I
Irwl. T. W. 7, 1947. NOTICE TO APPEAR -.
AND Issuee.
T. W._Removed (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas. STATE OF FLORIDA to: Emory next Witness four. ,weekly my hand end official rt A. O. Andreu last week war-time Increase hi population. '
Sarah P._Removed As Clerk of paid Court. whose residence Is:* "to this July 23, W '
H E.RemDv.dTommlRemoved Joseph. K. Skipper Jacksonville B.Carolina Forester Hotel Court Street Greenvllle seal 1941.at Starke. Florlda I a telegram from ,, H. With the explratloa'of the can'

j Fla. 8.8 4t 8-29 South Carolina. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas, un Sheriff of Darlington dldate-quallfylng period Tuesday ,, ,
1., Reamer P Removed Atty. torPit.. You are required to appear on Ae r-iork of said Viurt. j S. C. saying: "I .underu voter I Ion.
_KemovedItrrle above the slat that win confront. I
KM. Sarah B. September 1, 1947 In the T. Frank Starke, Fla.
A.-Dead, IV CIRCUIT COt'HT.COUNTY. DR&D..ORO named Court and cause wherein Attys. far :a!-i.ndrum. T-2S 4t sidIV > have In custody s young ..pta I 4* IndteaU 4*
| 'y. GradyR.mo..dy FLOH1UA. m: CIIAN- Plaintiff seek divorce. Bradford. med James'H.'Roger wlun .... rllf-MayG. '''' ." :;h I
C.Remov..dMr. Telegraph shall publish thl.Ord..r ;
I .Estelle-Removed CICilY. Falrcloth, Plaintiff I County In next four weekly IsiuesWitness CIRCI'IT COuRT; OF HIIAII.FOIIII ". I of CttIOf'our beat local '
R. \
Josephine (fol'NTV: FI.OIIII>A| IN Hoetver Jaka P Roberta
U
Bemovedi offIcIal Don ,
In, Mrs M I*- worth A. Falrcloth, Defendant.Case my hand and .. Will appreciate any ,
ve. .. .rvIIv.
9 R:._Removed seal at Starke, Florida. this July I
i No. 6868.OltOElt Plaintiff vs. W. C. Harold. Wall.
I Ruby Wilson or assistance can .
JT( ,NatRemov.drl. OP PUBLICATION 25. 1947. No. 6842. f you -
|> (lussieRemoyadRonRemoved AND NOTICE TO APPEAR (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. ThomaS i Wilson ORDER Defendant 11V. PUBLICATION Case For City Clerk j
h, FLORIDA to: WorthA. As Clerk of said Court. 1* Roberts
OF .
STATE APPEAR (
ri J. K.-Kemoved Falrcloth. whose residence le: % Joseph K. Skipper Law Exchange STATE AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA TO to W. C. :'a, a student at Clemon Carl .Johns, an.! O. A. Futch. ,

Jin., Louis Removed-KemovedIn. Sussex Laundry Hotel Department Spring Lake Essex. New and Atty.nI
I Jack-Removed known. on newspaper, was shIpping Half V. Alvarea
Jeraey. You are required to appear W. B. Thornton
I'm. Edwin H. Removed Removed You are required to appear on IN cinci'iT' cornT.COUNTY. BR"DFORn August 1*, 1947. In the above named be Merchant Marine "to
Ihn, Mary Lucille- September 8. 1947 In the above FLOHIUAI IN CHAH- Court and cause wherein plaintiff) Ben C., HolUentlorf..
Int, Robert-Kemoved named. Court and cause wherein <('ICKY. seeks divorce Bradford County ome money" and Intendeder For City Council
1 Hatel-Removed_ plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford Vivian JOY Lee. Plaintiff vs Telegraph shall publish this Order : school to January. HI
Harley P, Removed County Telegraph shall publish this James F. Lee. Defendant. Case No. In next four weekly IssuesW"esfi (Unenplred One Year Term)
Mm. Helen-Removed Order In next four weekly Issues. | rnv hand tnd afficisiseal C. H. Roger, I I. a Ph. D. n.t4 ,. 'f
'a W Removed Witness my hand and official M50bRDER OF PUTfLICATIOV at Starke Floplda, this July I in agricultural expert C. A. Knight Elbert H. Smith
tright. Mary O..-Dead seal at Starke.: Florida thin August AND NOTICE TO APPEAR 23 1941.fOJl''I''T.811AT.. t Florence B. Drown. ,
right, Orace-Removed STATE OF FLORIDA to: JamesF. : .* .A .1 Tnomae work in South Carolina '
Mr.. FlorrlD.ad (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.As Lee whose residence and address As Clerk of Hald' CnurtII. of the accident I For City Council
Ill IrIS O._Removed ('Ier" of said Court. last known Is t! 8. I. U. Hall O Brown Starke Fla. .he time '
flu. Nnrman-Removed Joseph K. Skipper, Williams I Bid*.. 51 Beaver St.. New York. N. Y. Atty. for Plf. 7-25 4t 8-IS wa driving back to (Two Year Terms) ( 1U

". J Removed 7 W. Forsyth. St., Jacksonville 8-8 4t, 8-29 Fla.Atty. You before are September required to let appear!1947. on In ,__,_ vlll to board his ahlp, the I A. Canova, P. L. Bridges' (Incumbents
for Plf. ..
or nnAi)Fon.rnt'NTV.
the above named Court and cause IN nm-riT FMHIIIIAI romT. IN CHAN.Evelvn larleeton.: ), James A. Lewis ,AI- .
m i IT rornT. URAT1FORD rocnr. *5II5ll"IKlIcoen'rY wherein plaintiff seeks divorce Jr.
I!* run-ill' shallpublish i rnY. bert Hartmann George Flynn ,
CHAN
1TV, FIOIIIIIAI m: ; PLoniuAi I* CIIAIM- Bradford County Telegraph Bwulan. Plalntlff.vs.
'V this Order In next four : Taylor Defendant. Case Harley F. Strong.Surveying '
a I'"V.Donald Arnold J. Boulan Announces
C Mnrnan, Plaintiff ve K. Lamb. Plaintiff vs. Florence weekly Issues .
810.
official peal N"
,'cilia Defendant. Defendant. Case Witness my hand and 4
Morgan PUBLICATIONNtl
M Lamb this 18th of Ollon!: OF rlayor's Office
'it 6881.I'EH No. 11864. at Starke, Florida to; \ MOTfP' TO APPEAR Office .\ .
, I I'rm.trATUWr ORDER OP" PUBLICATION July. 19ft. P'1'4T111-OP' FIX')RIDA tot Arnold .'
J. ThomasAs
, votrnO \"}>EAR ANSI NCITICTII' TO APPRR (OFFICIAL SEAL Court.) A. J Boulan, whose residence and address Id C. Wall Sdarke Iniur- To Be Opened Here
said
TE: OF FLORIDA to Mrs. STATE OP FLORIDA to: FlorenceM. Clerk of Solicitorfor last known Is X900 No. Char-
'1 ecllla Morgan whose ree.1-. Lamb whose residence IB1(103: ( John J. Henderson, Eeq 8-1, 4t .-n leN st, Haltlmnre Maryland: In and officer In the Flor- M. G. McMillan
end address let SO Vineyard South Taylor Street philadelphia. Plaintiff. __ You are required to appear nn ,tonal Guard ha announc- By I I,
"e, Yonkers New York. Pennsylvania.You : APPLICATION FOR or before August, 25th. 147, In the
.r< required to appear on are required. to appear on NOTICE OF TAx VEICDItouse above named Court and cause.wherein tandldacy for the office off Merrill O. )McMillan son of
'!'">' IS, 1947, In the above September 5, 1947 In the above Bill Ne. IMS plaintiff seeks. divorce.Bradford > Stark. In the City Elec-
" Court and cauee wherein named Court 'and cause, wherein' HEREBY OIVEV.! that County Telegraph. shall Mrs. Alma Hough of Stark., announced
ff neeki dlvor..... TlradforTelegraph plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford NOTICE 1H the holder of the publish. this Order In next four Sept. 9. Wall ha prevl- yesterday that ha will
Shall l publish thle County Telegraph shall publish this :M. F. Wiggins has filed said weekly Issues. rved the city In this capa-
'I In next four weekly .Indues. Order In next four weekly I.Hu.a.wttn following certificates deed to beissued \v ...,.._ TIV hoed and officialseal soon open a land surveying officeIn
'n... mv hunt and omolaHurke -.. my hand anrt official, certificates thereon.for a tax The certificate" nt Htnrke, Florida, this 22ml Ing elected for three one- Wall Stark II* 1 la a registered sreyor -
:"nt Florida, this Aus- seal at Starke Florida this AuguotBEAD and of Issuance, the of JII, Iv. 1947.'raTCR't'lAl rma back in the 1920 Harold C. '
years of Florida
numbers State
the
1 1947.OFF1CIAL. of the; property and i KPML) A. J. Thomas with
.('1947.5P.M.'! .. .) A. J. Thomas. 8.. A. J Thomas the description names In which. It waG assessed *H Cleric of sail Court ,,, rail, who recently returned anil a member of the Florlda ,
St. Au."' -
tlrt said Court. Henderson Esq.
,Cilia C Conner, D. C. Rivers & Anderson, Green Cove are as follows No.: 11 Year of '"' tin. Fl's.Atys. ce to become actively a*.ao"aln Engineering Society.Mr. .

ink' ., ,.,,n
< Pit 8-15 4t 8.11 Attys. for Plf. Description': of fFtfHgatn:; Inf.; IN ('lIlr'r .rnniT in ,,>roHt fuly 1997( bit become Dlreene student In 1939 for Jacksonville where he I
RI.KCTIONI 5 8., 9. l. 11. FI.OHlntl IN" CHIN.Cecil Oeore flynn Jr., I
OF 6 Blk 'ot NTV. CompenTivUlon -
NOTICK of 34\ of Blk 11 Lots I. 3. Unemployment the staff of Robert M. An-
'"I"Il'r 01'11'1', niitnronn Charles. A. Darby virtue, Mayor of the 21. oil: Lot 1 of Blk 32 lit Lot 8 I of ('F."Y. Nellly Plaintiff vs. : of the FlorIda In- the School of Pharmacy at the Joined Ha
Emerson civil
by Beo engineer.
'rY' PI.oItnj I1"* CHAMV. Stark. Florida do Fills HI Town of New River Defendant.ANn and of |... consulting
I of Florida son
i law
,' authority, vested .In me by i..I,1 Township 8 South Range Mildred Johnston Nellly Commlaelon. Later he University until his
21 A 24, remained with Anga
be .
<'ml'. '.', Plaintiff vn Dellah Rn hereby call. .an Hall election In the to aforesaidtown 211 E..t.. Allen Porproperty Case I'In.' 5865.DinflEft Op'.. PI'I"'I'O'l .* chairman .of,the Com- .Mr., anil Mr*. Oeo. B. Flynn of which was, effective
f City assessed resignation
the
nrtnnt. ram No. B878. at ? !Nam In which APPRlItKTATR a candidate -
TO qualified a*
NOTICE Stark Monday
active .
to duty
'I
)lit by the qualified "i'tr.af" until called .
PfKWCATlON ; ENt.t. Mildred ami was employed
: Oth, I.r the OF PIX>RIDA lot August 15.
September In .
'J' 'I'" '*! TO APPEAR Tuesday, of seld 1 being' 194O. for .the City COInc1l.In the
October.
>TE of electing the following All State of Flor- Johnston. Nellly. whose residence i Army In Ultra for eight') yr* with the ..-
np FLORIDA to: ellnh I the purpose County of Bradford HI.. Boston Mass.You term
I let 247 Beaoon two-year group.
Whose .... and ad-' offlcersrEn. Wall assigned to the and "half
r Mence Idl\( are required to appear on wa caption of two a yecreIn
; '"'Carolina.Thurch Street, OreeneVorth -:, ">l,1r;:. Treaeurer T.Assesor Unless shall such be certificate redeemed or a""r certificates
and Tax Collectorw'o described Court and cause, wherein plaintiff until student at the university and
/"quired, $ to appear on Ing to law th property seeks divorce. Bradford County:: ne and served there day n.
;' *' M, 1947. In the above ? Marshall for two years In such certificate or certlfleatss bidder. Telegraph shall publish this OrderIn "hargein' March 1947. At commutes from hi. home here.
highest home
1-rm.n hi
Court and cause, wherein A unfrlsa.d will be sold to the four weekly Issues. Mr. McMillan will make *
next
.kN divorce. Bradford One Alderman for one year at the court house month door of S..ptem1' on the- Witness. my hind and' official, of dlaeharge he waa pro- He I* a veteran of World War In Btarke at 214 Park Place and t.

*in Telegraph next! four shall weekly publish Innuen.. .this Inspectors expired t: :; election 1.. A. SB.Ran first.. 1941.Mon..y.whll'h In I. the ht day ofi4eptmter 31 seal, 1941.at Starke Florida thle July o the rank of Lt. Col. He II.I expects to begin field work around '.,

t my hand and "fflclal' Spark., R. F. pemor.8t HemingWay, B. 0.Rowland. 11147.flatsd of ? (OFFICIAl. SEAL A. J. Thomas.As ved 24 year: In the Na- I September. 1. He will announce
r rm' k.' Florida this Au noide F. O. ibis '00 day J.lrul". .. Clerk of snl"l Court. end now hold the
; luard
; wb.1'8of. I hereunto f OF F ICIA L l"tAL, SEAL) A' J. Thomas In testimony name and cause the Clerk of circuit' Court 8-1 0' said Court. subscribe mY to be hereun1 County, Florida. Selective Service Section Labor Day Events I
'if llle C. Conner D. C. seal of the said town ,Adjutant General'. Staff. I I I II Associated with Mr. McMillan ,

: The) enterprising railroad centerof will be two local men; Edgar! Wilkinson -
.._..nt duties are comprised I
'
I
esn.aees Wildwood will again celebrate and Merrill Btruth
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trriU4.wui in the eventof '
WIII. planning
wiii serve annoe,' e>v'r*. "............,-- -'woo.,... I be psatursu Mix-bout oMilon beaded by aheavyweight will run that day and lunch room of manpower further emergency.Mr. Labor Day :Monday, Sept. 1, with Mr. McMillan la the grandson: t
m.
I lx-rouad .battle be. I will be open. R..tr.UOn begins any thatha an .n-d.,. program that will Include of the late H. B. Lagergren. prominent .

I 9 o'clock and birth certificates Wall atated yesterday to In the early day. ,
of Tampa and at i ) everything from a parade surveyor (
y Operating Lions To Sponsor ': tween Cleveland There will be .should be presented at that U.... la making no "campaign pro- :a firework spectacle. of Starke.
White of the Navy. echool.I ml_" to serve the people
except
GameThe and Hampton
The Starke
Oil Station Labor ,Day 'plenty to ee a. acme National I If elected. Three outstanding speaker are
term on Impartially.
regular Ouard boys have Juit arrived and I will open for the new scheduled to be there during the Junior Baseball
Club held its 8.
I Pure on service station at Lion the J will ahow their iturY. Monday, Sept. day: Senator Claude Pepper, Congressman .

St., and Tempi Ave.. ha* meeting Monday night in promoter Charlie Harper 1.. operating Bob Grosser and Fuller ProvJng Popular

eop"ned and la under .the Catholic! Center ,and plan were I the Kin. ley Lake boxing To Have RevivalRevival County Boards Warren, who will serve a* Recreation Director N. Carson3elger ..

I'fwnt of Ed Tenly.. made to sponsor a .peclal baseball show each Friday night at 8:30: Adopt Budgets maet*> of ceremonies for tb. announce that two soft i{!

T'lt\Jy and hi'* familY have In Stark. on Labor Pay. o'clock on the basIs of no admission arvlcea at the New bathing beauty review. Mil team for boy between the ''j''

:.dnta of Starke for the game Lion are enthusiastic backer charge with donations ac River Missionary BaptIst Church Final budget for both. the Preparation are now under ages of 8 and 13 have been organized

'mr or five and he The believe will begin Monday night. Aug. 25.: ltostr yean of the Red Sox: and cepted. each County and the School way and are playing each ,
will
and continue I '
FPloy' !d at Camp Blandlng good baseball team 1* a at 8 o'clock have: brow approved and adopt- long barbecue pit where '. Monday through Friday. ,
that a Th aerteaof
I 8 deactlvatlon, Mr. Tenly great asset to the town. Masonic Notice night during Uie wiU week.be conducted. by However beeaww of the cued 3.00O pound of meat will be at the school ball park starting at Ie

rormsr MUM Louise Waters and other meetings for ssidltlonal time to corn cooked for the expected throng .t3o'clock.; >
this
one tinj. before her mar-I Much 'interest In hown by AH local and visIting UuterMason the Rev. Truby ParrUh. pastor, pU. this Infermatloa for detailed of N.Italtora.) ) I More than 20 boy have been t:'
I local project 1* being at aaaUted by the Re*. Howard Mott In
lnv'
a the VV. W. Baisden I the Lion Club charitable many help are the lodge hall at 2:15: p. m.. Fri of Brooker. form to the ta.,.,...*. the the celebration held In Gel.er stated and additional
thechurch.
of a.elerk of
Russell
"uthw.st ot surkeTenly novel Idea day. Sept. 22 for the purpoee of Telegraph will not publish' this Wildwood last Labor Day. and flclont number report \[

54 Mr. and children being advanced. conducting :Masonic Rltea for our extend a cordial welcome) material MtU'.":week* "II'; evenT boots,<*tit i1dOoit5dy'attendthW team'will be'organised If a suf1" t 'mflclent

cup}' the Monden place Ineat Monday' meeting was presidedover Baker deceased brother. J. H. Field to the publla to attend any and (7U)'.....' .I\L---- number report.j' L ,, >f.<
President.' B. Harding. W. M. all .."Ie... .
Stuke whIch they pur- by -T, .

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Colonel Bradford BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH ,



I afire your reactions last week when you read that Frau I

,hcsr 'h-e"ll "Queen" of the nortorlous Buchcnwald prison

bin" sentenced by an American War Crimp tribunal to

art of her days behind prison bam Til Official County Publication Established In 18778TAKKB. I r rVULUMN j

you feel that the sentence was too light for a woman whose --- --- _- _---
[ was fashioning lampshades from the tattooed SLVI..NINE -------'--" ---- ._ _. .. ,
bobby skin of ... .. n'OKID"'RIU.t'OUST' I%;. I..47 ,.,.'..... ..
oner*? Or did you feel perhaps, that life Imprisonment would ---- -- -. -._.- .. .. _u _n--. hK t OIbLI-&IVO f
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{ punishment than'quick death by hanging for such an un- (

'ly bestial I woman ,>ti Council Plans Steps To Facilitate Keen ; :

,again' you my be one of those who find( the stories of the Competition Forecast I ,

jkln lampshades and the Nazi mass execution so fantastic Traffic And Prevent I

lightly dismiss them as "war propaganda" and had rather AccidentsI

Bbout the whole sordid business. But you couldn't forget them For All Elective Offices

jwn!, themand amongnis In Starke today Is a man who has. I A Canova. chairman of tb'- ; ,

It time ago It was my very great privilege to read a combat City Council announced yesterday p. .-

pt I by Capt. A. Z. Adklns, Jr., covering the years 1944 andy that the City has obtained a 1

the 80th Infantry Division In the European Theatre. A thrce-wny "blinker" light and Page Youth InvolvedIn Three CandidatesFor 17 Candidates :
hopes to get In It
position at the
Larkable document this diary brought the war closer home Mayor Ii
Intersection of North Walnut and .
thing read to date because It was written by a man I knew Tenth Street (Highway before Diogenes! I

Li I knew was telling the'plain, unvarnished truth. the end of this week. -AccidentOut Qualify For.

y A IKln* saw the human skin lampshades. He saw worsean This Intersection Is described as

thai -some of which I do not even dare reproduce in this one of the worst danger: spots Starke'. .<.ut -rf tire Mayor

But he has given me permission to reprint excerpts from his In Starke'and was the scene of a and buslnenuui Chats. A. Under Bond Five PositionsLastminute :

the entry of American Into serious Ifeirby had a welcome! ,

-ther( husband was commandant at the camp). I quote: In one death and serious this week-atssost as pleasant James H Rogers, 13-yuai-old 1 qualifying by
rb.nllal< as we found it, should be seen by all Americans. Injuries to several other persons &It am 1 Income tax refund.In HartsvUle C. A.
a totter postmarked 8, C. youth wan. released -i (Charley) Futch for I i i
1 Into a barrack where 100 men could have been quarteredbin Mr. Canova also stated that thecity the office of
Urookl,., N. V. and dated from the county Jail hare eta City Clerk a few [
comfort.' The Krauts had Jammed 1000 men Inside' baa several other lights; on hours before Tuesday's dead. !
16
Aug. '
Saturday
o.eShlrlcy Tress morning under 12,000( j
ere i were wooden bunks from the floor to the celling-made I order and plans to place a regula wrote: line assured competition in

.helves. Once a man got on his "shelf" he didn't have lion stop-and-go light at the; Dear Mr. Darby bond after a warrant had been all departments of the City
courthouse corner where the south sworn out by Deputy Sheriff Md.vln l-
tough to turn over." Some of the prisoners had one thin I sun returning to'' you illS Election and brought the
end of
Temple Avenu3 Route
\ blanket. Others had none. 200)) runs into Call Street( The which at one time, many year McKinney charging him, with i total number of candidates I

m. were too weak to get up and they looked at us with dull position of the other light i.ow ago you gave me extra In my manslaughter In connection with whose names will appear on I I

It t realizing who we were or what was going on. To say that i on order has not been definitely change. Your rulotttke wan not the death of \Mrs Annie Crawford the Sept. 9 ballot to 17. I '

Irs nothing but skin and bones Is not enough. They had ugly decided Canova Stated dlNcovereil until later.' Please 63, In an automobile accident Futch has previously I
here sew"ed
accept thin $3 and my sincere on August 6. Arrangements
sores, swollen ankles and of course their minds were A general discussion of a bet apology for not; returning It for'bond were made in' this' capacity and will I

ter system of directional signs to you earner.e by Rogers' attorneys. Green A contest for the office that hail I
lerythlng stank to high Heaven. General McBride came out [stop signs, and caution lights. was o Green.A ,.r been held by City Clerk Carl '

(wed all the windows broken out and he was sending several held at the Council meeting Tues- Mr. Darby state that hn coroner's inquest to officially John.. tar (the past! several years. '

ads i of blankets down. Higher echelons of course were send- day afternoon which was attended halt no recollection of the person determine the cause of Mrs. Craw. Another note of Interest wa

cal staffs and food. by Henry Wilson of Baldwin, or the transaction de- ford death has not yet been held added. to the election by the entry

tilde were thousand upon thousands of naked bundles of maintenance engineer with the scribed. The 9I! however has due to the fact that both State's Don I.. Hoover for the second year In succession

I bont"", their torsos and fares twisted Into all sorts of grotea- State Road Department. done much to restore hl.. faith Attorney T. E. Duncan and AIIHl t. of a woman candidate for the
gn. We found one huge hole where thousand of bodies had, Mr. Wilson stated that It Is In the innate honesty of homo ant State's Attorney Joe Hill William rw w Council. Mr, Florence B. Brown
Department policy not to has qunllfled to run In the twoyear .
sapiens are
place on vacation. It will
aped The Krauts had tried to> burn them to hide the evl-
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markers except at the Intersectionof likely be held soon after their return term group Stark* first
nit ne had gotten there too soon.. The smell of death stayed
woman candidate
State Highways. Intersections Deputy J. B. Rowe stated walt Mrs Martha
InwtrllN for days. of streets with highways are the Funeral Today yesterday.If Wood who won considerable

|:eral days later the Mayor of Welmer his wife and other cltl- city's responsibility Mr. Wilson the coroner's Jury verdict In support for a place on the Council

|:he town were brought to see the sights of Buchenwald. When explained. He also said that it "manslaughter", Rogers will be In the 1040 election,

nr and his wife returned to town they committed suicide. I wan the policy of the departmentnot For J. H. 'fields'John tried here In the fall term of The list of qualified voters Just

|.mand why. to place a sign showing the Circuit Court, Nov. 10. If, however prepared by Clerk Carl Johns discloses

It intenies had their former SS guards safely stowed away In direction to a town unless that the Jury verdict Is "reckleitH raw that there are 906 elector I
[ne took a look at them and they looked their part-animals town was located on the rout H. (Jack) Fields, 62 died driving" or If Rogers Is absolvedof 4 registered In the City. This I* a
being marked. According to this suddenly Wednesday morning at substantial gain of almost 20*
he
blame will
the the
i souls and no heart-even the S3 women who managed pay necessary ,
I policy the Road Departmentwould his home near Starke as the result fines If any and the amountof over the TOO totH{ br
le prinoners. not normally place a directional of a heart attack. He had beef his bond will be refunded. indicating the growU' of Starve ...
of the men showed us something he had found. It seems resident of this
{ .
and the fact that
It U
sign at a spot like the Sheriff A. O. Andreu last week holding tai! I I
lewlfe of the commandant of Buchenwald was BJT collector courthouse corner pointing to the past 22 years, and was a car received a telegram from W., H. war-time Increase hi population.With I
tos. who( had tattoo marks that struck her penter by trade.' For the put s
Any prisoner
Gainesville because that city is Orantham Sheriff of Darlington the IIxplratlo of the cani t
lould have his akin peeled' off for the lady's collection. Whether not served by Route 200. He ug- several yean he had been em at County. S. C. saying: "1 .understand didate- .uallfylill! period Tuesday., /1.1.- ,
the Government '
jere skinned alive or not I do not know. The collection waspried gested that the Council ask tae ployed by you have In custody a young eh the slat that will confront.voter* t ,

!, and tjbwe)! were w r.kaof art. fjrftn I,.,taJooiarUsta( Inallt Road.Departmentto** designate amR..ID ai 11l1g: ..' man named lamer/Rogers who on Sepk tJU bedteaM4 des 'fdloweetsw 1 IFef
.
t the world.. *. -. '. *,,.::: North Walnut ,*. .an*., alternate Born in. Baxley, Ga., April 29, Is the son of one'c-four best local Mayett'tr ,'"' ."','iIJ ff: L k

ter we visited the 8S officers' quarter"' 'T. ore>w': found lamp'route for 200 and. If granted. then 1885 the son of the late Sim and. citizens Will appreciate any Don L. HoeVer, .Jak., Pv Roberta "
Lucretia Crosby Fields, be Is survived I
[mule from human; skin .with tattoo marksthem.. Some of the State would place directional courtesy or assistance you can Harold ,C. Wall. i
his Mrs. Maude -
signs at the corner by Green's by widow extend."
n i took them souvenirs but not for met" |
for ; For
City Clerk
Store. Powell Fields; a son Charles H Jake ('. Robert
Rogers a student at Clemson
S e Fields of Hampton Va. Carl Johns and C.
a daugh A. Futch. ,
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At the conclusion of Mr. WII.lIOn' University and editor of the university -
such people did and DO exist. tar Miss Hazel Field. Starke; For Chief of Police ..
discus ion, the Council decided
lybe the "Queen of Buchenwald" to getting her Just desert InVce two half brothers W. L. Sander newspaper wu shipping
to have a map made show i with the Merchant Marine "to W. E. Thornton. Ralf V. Alvare. i .
of that. But one tWng St. Petersburg, and Olin San.
life Imprisonment. I will not argue son Ben
ing the Intersection where it la' make some money" and Intendedto C. HolU.ndorf. I
now--if she serves one day lens than her full life)in prison. desired to have better directional I demon, Jacksonville; and four sisters reenter school In January. His For City Council j ,
Mr*. W. M. Halght Way. !
I will not have been served.. r marking and submit to the Road cross, Ga.. Mrs. Grace Pierce father, C. H. Rogers, Is a Ph. D. (Unexplred One Year Term) i ,
C I Department and see If any assistance engaged In agricultural experimental C. A. Elbert
? Plant City. Mrs. William Mott t Knight H. Smith. : f
ring that L. A. Davis had recently purchased lo.OOO;' pounds can' be obtained. If not. It Tampa and Mrs. R. C. Cunningham work in South Carolina Florence B, Brown. "

i and 19.000 pound of Inner tubes from ,B landing, surpluses. was Indicated that the City wouldgo Gainesville. At the time of the accident For City Council, ,
I Colonel strolled down to Quigley & Davis the either day to ahead "on Its own" and place Rogers wan driving back to .
He member the Methodist Two Year
wa a of ( Term)
that looked stack- the necessary directional signs Jacksonville to board his the I J
much of the once-scarce material, rubber ship
Church and was an active k L. A. Canova P. L. Bridges"In. f ,
motion by Councilman Esso\: Charleston.
timer all at one time. '* Upon worker In the Woodman and cumbents: ), James A. Lewis, ,Albert "
I was a whale of a pile of rubber but something else caught the Junius M. Smith it was decided to KTasonlc' lodges I Hurtmann George Flynn,'Jr., i !

MS' eye of this seasoned' observer. Above one of the doors eliminate parking along the eastside Funeral services will be held Wall Announces I Harley ... Strong.Surveying { r
Street between Walnut -
I of Court '
I:It' sign that "Buainem is like a wheelbarrow. If you i (today) Friday afternoon at !3 :'
For
say Office I
j and Madison..(along the sidejef Mayor's
For
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lush the I Ie I I o'clock In the First Methodist !
won't y Office
thing .Jt
Just go. Koch's Drug Store). This will I yt 'f '\ ..
He Church with the Rev. W. ,J. :
| Colonel couldn't help but think about that sign a bit be put Into effect M soon aa Harold C. Wall. Stfarke Insurance To Be Opened HereBy t
If lt >asn't pushed Churchwell officiating. Interment man and officer In the Floe
figure out Just one thing that would go ; proper signs have been placed ,
I bas be will be with Masonic rites In Cros- Ida National Guard, has announced M. G. McMillan
The clean-up of highway approaches to Starke to push- Chairman Canova _Id. This !
It by Lake Cemetery under the direction his candidacy for the office of j I
It t won't go. The park for the kldHles has to be pushed or should help to eliminate congestion
of DeVTltt C. Jone.
Mayor of Starke in the City Election Merrill O McMillan son of
be pushed narrow block thatIs
to
And each modest business In Starke has along a
p. I travelled Route of Sept B. Wall has previously Mr. Alma Hough of Starke, annced '
of heavily
"Jn t part
f go.would McRae Explains served the city In this capacity yesterday that he will t
time.
200.
be pretty hard to push everything at the same - being elected for three one. loon open a land surveying office '
Colonel would like to suggest that we all push our city of I ei School Entry Age year term back la, the 1920s. Harold C. Wall In Starke. He III I a registered surveyor -

and grab hold when It picks up momentum. That way we will i Attendance Grows Mr. Wall who recently returnedto with the State of Florida
Arthur R.
McRae Superintendent
ahead-together., and a member of the FloridaEngineering ,
: At Kingsley FightsWillie of Public Instruction, remind Starke to become actively associated \ ,
ed parent this week of new again In him business here Flynn For CouncilGeorge Society. I
'0, F Road Department: Mack. 147 lb. colored, left In Mr. McMillan left Starke In
Elgin Bayless, Chairman of the State I provision In the State school code July 1907 to become Direc
'rt McClure secretary to the Road Department; W. M. Waln- scrapper won a TKO victory over defining the ale limit at which tor of the Unemployment Comp.nsation Flynn, Jr. student In >39 for Jacksonville where he I :


ray Meselta of the Florid Highway Patrol, spent the weekend featured event of a three-bout card in the first grade., Commission. Later he University of Florida and son of gas consulting civil engineer He '
mater Crystal Lake. at the Boomtown. arena last The nwUw require that a served a* chairman of,the.Commission Mr., and Mrs. Goo. B. Flynn ofStark. remained with Angus until his
on ,
his
E. at place
Charley John
Friday night.A until called to active eelgnation which was, effective
airman Johns that the road program child be five year and nine duty Monday qualified as a candidate I
Bayless assured Se ator .' highlight of the card was a month old by the first day of the with the Army October, 190. for ,the City CouncU., In thetwoyur August 13. and, was employed ,
dford' County would be carried out as promtaed."ley Farm Road bout between Miss Jean Fleming, month In which the school open Mr. Wall was assigned to the term group. ,'there for eight Tars, with the exepilon ,

says that the Pnir: way he ever got the State Chester 118. and Mrs. Jeanette Willie 131'1 Supt. McRae said "It might be Adjutant Generals' office l. St. Mr. Flynn stated that he la a of two and 'half year

r" to keep after Dave Sholt. then Governor and The fight wa dodared a less confusing If parents will calculate Augustine and served there until day student at the university and In service with the ilBth En.r. ,

"7, chairman of the Road Department at that time until theyto by Judges H. N.: Van Vleet. Tony that their child must be his discharge In March 1MT. At ,commutes from his home here. Bn. I

get rid of him. Fuglhti. and Harley F. Strong. six year. old by Dec. 1 of this the time of discharge he was promoted I He.I Is a veteran of World WarII. Mr. McMillan will make hf homein
"ys he will use the acme tactic until the four PromUfd,5o'r'ajleted J. B. Mack won a decision In a year In order to enter this term" to the rank of Lt. Col. He Starke at 214 Park Place and

\ In Bradford County: the road from Brooker to Worth. three-round bout with WUlle he pointed out. has served 24 years In the National expects to begin field work around /i/

SPrings/ ; from Hampton to Theressa; from **"* *' to the Armstrong. Thursday. Sept. 4, has been seta Guard and now hold the Wildwood Plans September! 1. He will announce -

'ana road; and then the one from the Pine Level Church north The Boomtown Bouts have been the registration day for all rank of Major and Is In charge] the location of his office ,

"act with the road. growing In attendance since the pupil who expect to attend BHS of the Selective Service Section Labor Day Events I within the next few day. I

".tor Lawtey network of new rmtomarketr"l first card on Jury 4. Stark elementary school or the of the Adjutant General' Staff I AMoclated with Mr. McMillan i .
John says, that this I. School busses His present duties are comprisedof The enterprising railroad center be two i
the county. Featured tonight (Friday) will Hampton IIChO will local men Edgar Wilkinson -
serve almost every community to a six-bout session beaded by a :will run that day and lunch rooma manpower' planning the eventof of Wildwood will again celebrate l' and Mtrrlll truth. I

-- heavyweight eix-round battle be. will be open. Registration begin any further emercency. Labor Day. :Monday Sept. 1. with Mr. McMillan U the grandson .' t,1

y Operating Lions To Sponsor tween Cleveland of Tampa and at 9 o'clock and birth. certificates Mr. Wall stated yesterday that an all-day program that will Include of the late H. E. Lag.rgrsn, prom

GameThe White of the Navy. There will be should be presented at that time. he 1s making no "campaign promise everything from a parade to inent surveyor In the early day
Oil Station Labor Day plenty to see as some National The Starke and Hampton schools *" except to serve the people a fireworks spectacle. of Starke. 'J

Pure I Club held Its 'regular Guard boys have Just arrived and will open for the new term on impartially, if elected. Three outstanding speakers are
9t. Oil Service Station at I Lions night In the I will show their stuff. Monday Sept. 8, I scheduled to b* there during the Junior Baseball
and Temple Ave. has meeting Monday Promoter Charlie Harper 1* operating day! Senator Claude Pepper. Congressman .

opened and U under the 1 Catholic Center ,and plans were the Klngsley. Lake boxing To Have RevivalRevival Bob Grosser and Fuller Proving Popular

'lIIent Tl of Ed!: Tenly., made to sponsor a special baseball show each Friday night at 8:3O County Boards Warren who will serve a* /
Recreation Director
ly N. Carson
and hie family have Day. basis of no ad.' services masts of ceremonies for the
'" In Starke on Labor o'clock on the at the New Adopt Budgets
dtmt game Geiger announce that two softball f
of
Starke for the .
bathing beauty review.
back. donations
enthusiastic mission charge with ac River Missionary Baptist Church I
mr The Lions are teams for
aplojwd or five years and he era of the Red Sox and believe cepted. will begin Monday sight Aug 20: Final budget for .both tins. Preparation are now tinder of 8 and boy 15 have between been tbeagen organized s
' at Camp Standing baseball team Is a at 8 o'clock and will continue each County and tbe School Hoard way in Wildwood for the huge
[lonn' <* ctlvauon. Mrs. Tenly great that a asset good to the town. Masonic Notice night during the,week. The series have..... approved and ......p&IIDWe..r. 10-foot long barbecue pit where and are playing each V I f '
i r Mia Louise Waters and other of meetings will be conducted by because of the _** 'interest this
one Much In at the school ball park starting at :
Master the Rev. for additional Urn to compile cooked for the ,
Truby ParrUh.
,
marin local projects I* being shown by AH local and visiting plMt.or.ueiated expected throng 9:30 o'clock.: :
with to meet at by the Rev. Howard Mottof title Infernmtlo for detailed of 10,000 visitor.
" on the the Lions Club and many new and Mason are requested More than 20 boy have been
w. Balsden I In clear
W. are hall at 2.13: p. m.. Fri Brooker. pwwratatlofi a Many Bradford Countlans attended
lIIDthwest novel Ideas of charitable help the lodge turning out for the. session.
I of Starke. day. Sept. 82 for the purpose of RiuseU Green, cleric of the form to; tbe tacpeyers. theTelegraph the celebration held In
advanced Geiger stated and additional
r" Mr.. Tenly and children being for church, extend a cordial will not publish this
conducting Masonic Rites our welcometo Wildwood last Labor Day. and
flci" nt number
L cuPF the Monden place In II Monday's meeting,A.was" B.presidedover Baker deceased brother. J. H. Field. the public to attend any and material until neat.we'k," n'I eve"ttfrr*trill uhdfcub'tedty' .atUnd team' will 'organised report if a sufficient .
.
ErJUrk* whlott they pur.fIInI by President -T. B. Harding. W. M all service. tide ',.. +rrient.-*' number report.
F. F. Flume. and was well attended.

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the faith in our nation our beliefs, and our national symbolsthat need not say I was stopped. 1 IN riHcrrr. FLOIIIUAI COURT, nnnronnrouvrr. IN CHAN Lx ('IH'I'I'I' ('01 In, asAUrERY \

Bradford County Telegraph woe can maintain the torch which, our dead so ably had nothing else to ay. Rather CKIiY; COONTYPLilIll, \t I iT I
embarrasing considering that Fred Oliver I William l n:' ti.PI vs
Marie LoulK Defendant.Care Ida Jlronoon
I'la",
ESTABLISHED 1877 E. L. MATTHEWS OwNCN-EDITOR carried.As Lincoln said, "It is for us the living, rather, to be four la twenty-nine this month.and I'll be twenty- .ORDER No. 68SZ.OF PUBLICATION der 6544,Bronson; tlQf."dan',pr, Ytt,

and Entered Snrond dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought AND NOTICE TO APPEAR ORDER OF' \
Publlsh..1 Every Friday a* have thus far advanced." STATE! OP KWmiDA to: Mr*.; .ANn NOTIy. P\'TI1.lt'ATI
here nobly
Claim Matter the Pont Office at Starke, Fla. so I have a wonderful recipe for Marie liiliM Ullntlt, whole renldnnctf STATE OF 4c
r Well, the boys are coming home. They made the "Gol brownies. They're always a favor- and address In 180 Jaooby der Drononn, FI.QIIIDA whn5r ,A
8t, Maplewood, Nw Jersey address la: re'ld'b,
19201
den Gate in forty-eight. ite at our house. Keau".
MEMBER"Subscription 1947 Tou are required to appear on % A. J summer D.trol A't
1-2 cup shortening, 2 squares September 13, 1947 In the abovennmecl You are rV'lulred 4x5
September
Court anil cause, wher..lnplalntlfr 1. 11t7! in l o
FORMULA FOR HAPPINESS baking chocolate 1 cup sugar 1-2 necks divorce. Bradfn.rdCOllnty named Court anll the
r't / 93: Annually S1.10 For Six Months Dr. Emanuel D. Friedman, 'professor of neurology at tap. vanilla 2 eggs 3-4 cup sifted In Telegraph next four.shall weekly publish lioueH.Wltneaa thlaOrder .. County plaintiff Telvjfl'aph'arks etvore aus..lit.

L x New York University, recently laid down five simple rules cake flour 1-' Up. salt 1-2 cup my hand and official Meal Order In next fear"hall PUblJ..
w..kl,
ylll r for keeping happy in "this atomic age". nut meats. at Starke Florida, this August 13, sesl Wltne.s mY band and I'
1944. at
tltarke,
i SANS BAND SANS BUNTING Although many of the theories advanced by modernistsin Melt shortening and chocolateIn (OFFICIAL, SEAL) A. J. Thomas, 88. 1941. 'Jllrlda tih
3 I By II. O. DavlM, Jr. slow heat, stirring As Clerk of said Court. (OFFICIAL SEAL,
over
the ranks of education sound like so much eye-wash, Dr.I saucepan By Lucille C. C. As clerk of A. J.11
t t There was an oft used and slightly cynical saying. once Friedman's formula is so simple and seems so workable thatwe're I II constantly. Cool. Boat in T. Frank I. n for Fit. 8-II 4t 8-1 Blarp.
Atty.
Il' t I, popular with servicemen stationed in the Pacific. In these I forced to admit that maybe he has something there. sugar and vanilla. Add eggs one Atty for Plf 1'1 t

1 r 1i words were reflected all the bitterness and hatred of war, and I Here's his five-point program for happiness: at a time; beat until smooth and
well mixed. Add sifted flour and
;fit V the futility of the militaristic regime. Yet, there was also 1. Develop self discipline and be considerate of others; nalt. Add nuts. Blend well. Turn I RALPH CREWS

l -, 1 1 ( a praypr in the words: 2. Enjoy your work asa/ means of self expression; Into greased and wax-papered pan And His Bradford
t t "Golden Gate in forty-eight." 3. Cultivate a hobby as an escape from humdrum life; 11x7 In. Bake In'moderate oven, Hillbilly

This strait at San Francisco and the connecting bridge, 4. Exercise love and tolerance; 323: degrees F for 23 minutes.
had become a symbol of home. Perhaps the departure from 5. Participate in religious worship.

,the States had been made at night-perhaps the gurgle of Simple isn't it? No mention of money or the things it Come to the Bradford County Wednesday Nights at h NITE OWL

water was the only good-bye as the ship slipped under the can buy. No mention of luxuries that soften the body and Telegraph for your office Supplies Tuesdays RED'S PLACEFri.

C''I;' r hri lfe-..perhapa the lights of the Golden Gate were simply a dull the sensibilities. No mention of travelling to far placesin Rubber bands, pencils carbon Sat.
bead of pearls as viewed from aloft. But the Gate was the a vain search for greener pastures. Just five simple sug- paper, legal forms, eta We PADGETT'S PLACE

(' so ld i es's last view of his native land, and upon return it would gestions that even the least privileged among us can put into have a large supply .., ..

be his first indication of home. effect. ." "' IN riKCI'IT 1 _M T. BRADFORD Round &
f'." TT, rLHHA' IM: CHANCKRT. Square Dancing
I + y "Golden Gate in forty-eight. Why not try Dr. Friedman's formula? '
1Hvee'1 We're thankful the war did not last until forty-eight. It might work I .._ S.'"' RllVana H lvo.trtnl. Plaintiff, vs.Vacn .

l i' ( It was in forty-five and fortysix.that. our boys began their No BS83ORDER 8lTitr4nt Defendant. Case

homeward trek. Leaning over the sides of their ships as In the starching stage OF PUBLICATION:-
AND NOTICT! TO APPEAR
dawn slowly broke, they first saw tht murky water that One Woman'sOpinion .--.- STATE OF FLORIDA, to: Mr
t igiiified the nearness!' of land. Then far in the distance For a year now I have been Vanoo adilreBi BalveBtrlnl.I Ie Hotel whose Chlnterna residenceand Han / ,

: V was discernible the high spiresmagnificent of the bridge-the Golden corresponding with a family in Olmlgnano. Province of Siena. ,f k

; ,M Gate. As they approached too slowly for the anxious passengers Germany and have had many interesting Itahr.Y.a are r.qulrsit t. appear on 1
t letters from them, tell- September 12. .above f
In the
V and the the 1A4T
!! saw of their
span, murmur
,' named Court and wherein
By Blllee ROMI ing of different things and many cause
A Yokes rose to a roar. ilalHtlff. seek divorce Bradford
r + letters describe"the ( JAKEWHITESMITH
qr poverty over Bounty Teleirraph shall Publish this
v As the Bridge passed overhead a motor launch darted .
there. I wrote and asked the Order In next four weekly l"ittien.Wltnena
from its moorings and on its deck a band burst into wan openly rebuked the other w hand. and official'
+ song of the three children and seal I .
day for going to church and' to ages at 8tarl Florida, this Au-
+ its signs and loudspeakers shouted "Welcome Home." The the movies both. After seeing promised to send some clothing.The gust It 1947.OFFICIAL !
( / SEATA. J. ThnmasAs
gaily decorated decks also loaned themselves to the holiday "The Yearling" yesterday I two little girls are eight and.I Clerk of .said Court. .

4" atmosphere. .* searched my mind for a flaw in six and the boy five and now I..I iT.Py Frank Lucille Landrum C. Conner Stark D C., Fla. ,
"
"Golden Gate in forty-eight. the picture-for anything that am faced with a "problem. The I Atty. for Plf. 8-15 4t 9-8
kr; Now,it is safe to presume that the San Francisco! docks would have a bad Influence on children are just; opposite mine,

"I have,lost their gay painting. The members of the band have an adult or a child. I could find and though I have plenty for the UPSET STOMACHS
their respective and the is none. It was a wonderful picture little boy there is none for the
gone ways, once more city a sea-
i port-open for business. embracing beauty beyond belief I little glila.' I have asked a few YIELD INCHES OF Let U8 Install You A MODERN BATHROOl
1 and its beauty was what we women whom I have known for
But soon Frisco will again place decorations upon its!'! yet. GAS AND BLOAT
of and knew
business-like waterfront. From the wharves will hang, not seo every day right around us in a had couple children years of the desirable they age "I was so full! of gas I wall Or Remodel and Modernize Your Present On
Florida. I perhaps I was
the gay streamers of before, but solemn bits of black crepe. thought but as I but It seems they are too busy afraid I'd burst. Sour bitter substance -
the only one crying ..
Groups of silent people will stand and stare aa the ships are looked around I could see women or just unconcerned of the case rose up In my throat from -

t towed into their berths and begin discharging their cargo. wiping their eyes with their for which I aak. If anyone has my up-set stomach after meal! I ONE TO THREE YEARSTO
The rest of the boys are coming home. handkerchiefs or even their dregs any old clothes for girls this age, got INNER-AID and it worked '
"Golden Gate in forty-eight." collars. If they had nothing bet- If It Isn't tout one dress or pair Inches of gas and bloat from me. PAY. NO DOWN
This time there will be no brassy!' band no shouts!) no ter to use. of shoes, would they please tell Waistline Is way down now. Meals
songs!!, nor holiday air. It will be a quiet homecoming me, my box number Is 463 and I are a pleasure. I praise InnerAidto
One thing Pa said to Jody I the sky."_Thla Is an actual PAYMENT
}
I live at the end of Washington
still and sad affair with tears and
remembrance of things especially want to remember.I testimonial and
we can verify It.
Street below the ball field, or
r left unsaid. When Jody returned home after
INNER-AID Is the new formula
Beginning in October, :3000 bodies will be sent from he had run away when they had I Telegraph.they could' drop These them would off be at the containing medicinal julees from CALL 114 OR SEE. US AT 335 TEMPLE AVENlJ

'" Pearl Harbor, then 3000 from Guadalcanal, then 2000 from to shoot the deer his father said: much appreciated both by me very and 12 Great Herbs, ; these herbs

k Australia, then 5000 from other parts of the Pacific. You "The hardest thing about being a them. Theyalso asked for reli cleanse the bowels, clear gas from Shull Plumbing & Heatin
; know the various islands-you know the boys._ They'll be man is to see your younguns grow gious' material and books about stomach act on sluggish liver and

? coming home this year, next year, and even the year after, up and know,they've got'to have our country, I have a Bible and kidneys. Miserable people soon
l 1 They will come in a long seemingly endless procession. It their Insides tore out of them." several! magazines to send them.I feel different all over. So don't .y, STARKE FLA..

a!I will be a slow and painful march. 'f.', N This impressed me because so go on suffering-Get Inner-Aid. *
t
of tan I have read the old. familiar, Sold by all drug stores. (Adv.)
They died and we live on. We--all of\us-owe a debt told Gary the other day that
to them that can.never be paid. It Is only'by"keeping alive' "This la going to"hurt me worse he could drink ooffee when he was
than It does you. And.truly a
great twenty-one: and he asked why
many things a grown up
has to do hurts him Aunt Jimmie could drink coffee
person more
than it does the child. I can when she wan only twenty. So I
Ix'' hardly stand it when I hear Fred set In to explain maturity to him
t ty i gt tell the boys to to to bed or for. using for example Fred and me. I THERE IS. MORE ON
bid them to go to the show as said, "Now son, you take mother
punishment for something they've and Daddy. Do I look as old as ,
k smLClAI! done I remember how many times daddy?" He looked at me very
t
) P I my heart was broken when a solemnly and said "You look
youngster and truly this type of older." Fred Just guffawed and
punishment hurts the mother or said "I guess you'll hush now." I THE WAY TO YOU
"
?a i FRIDAY & SATURDAY AUGUST 22-23 :child.father worse than It does the


t I SAP P' S STARLINGS' The first thing. .I heard e early one irnjArmy .

., ; Sunday morning was: "Mama, the
a & rabbit has got her babies." I

} turned over sleepily to find Judy
'
w 4 G S TOR E GROCERY lying In bed with 'me: Sure Shoes 2a50Dungareei

enough, we've got nine of the
,
.. prettiest little white rabbits, about
6' .r. ,
Y' five Inches: long you've ever seen.
NO.' 2 CANS KINGANS PURE: Yesterday we got ten more. What 1.50
In the world we're going to do
with all those rabbits I don't

Tomatoes ',LARD know. Fred *says they're good Army Pants 1.85
eating-even better1 than chicken.
But when I look at those little
11c white balls of fur I can't possibly
19cEACI1 think of eating one-and I won't. LARGE TOWELS
e e 3
For 1.00
POUNDReal Sly sinter, Jlmmla sled the other
day she would tell
me something
.. 6 .. .. .. and I would crow about It for six Hanes Undershirt r j'w

Good Meaty NO. 1 ,IRISH year I asked what It could be 50c
and now I am crowing. I enjoy
Rib Beef thinking I have helped to''teach
Iit1Vq Potatoes someone something- It all hap- Hanes SHORTS75c
pened a couple of years ago.
Jimmie would pick over her IronIng I
irt ,STEW 10 Ibs. and lay out the things she i

,, wanted to wear and the things '
that were easy to Iron and thereat Ladies DRESSES
25c lb. 39c stacked until .h. had
"' up an 46 to 52' 1.95 .
enormous Ironing to do. She was

0'0' rO' .. .. r going to Iron this. certain morningand s ., <, .
; I was going somewhere so I Rayon DRESSES 4 Great Northern Maxwell House wrote a note and put on top of +

the top and go right straight down, 3.95 eel Y.I V 1'

the top and g orlght sralght down ".'. .d
5 I. BEANS COFFEE you'll be surprised how quickly Girls DRESSES C .

1141 rou'll get It done" She says It ,,
i' taught: her a wonderful lesson. I 1.50Blouses -t
I + .2 lb. Pkg. In Pound Tin though It might benefit then ( ot
young wives who are tempted to /


:29c 49c do Have this. you ever noticed the 1.00 ,, + /

:: stage. a woman goes through In

... r 0' 6 ironing? When she'a a bride she
M1 Irons everything. Sometimes her Skirts 1.00
KINGANS Extra Good enthusiasm lasts until the first '-
baby comes and she even Iron.

16 OZ. CLAMP-ON the diapers for awile. Then come
BOYS SHIRTS .95
the time when she lays aside the PLKASH return
dish cloth and begins starching thepillow / (10 to 16 years) empty bottles promptly
: CLOTHES case and everythingelse
: Spaghetti that will hold starch and way-1o/'l/'
stands for hours ironing them. 4k for it either

PINS Then comes the final stage when NICK'S trade-mark mean tAe JJfs!
With Meat site realizes that after all the pU-I
low cases go under the
and don't need the starch.spread A lot I lonUD UMOII AUYHOIITT 0. TNt COCA-COLA COMPANY IT

19c ear 9c doz.L' of things are laid aside and she Bargain House STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.

does as little as she can. It aU I ca
+ "
I goes with life. Right now I'm I,j O"I1"'



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A$ AUGUST BRADFORD COPXTT TELEGRAPH:
STAIUUD!!, FLORIDA PAGE TURKU .

T a e been so hot and dry here. The of tartar and beat still. Fold In .- .
.Hi.li corn crop has been cut short. We sugar. Beat egg yolks until thick daughter, Sylvia, returned last Dorothy McGuire
'l had small showers Friday from Columbia and FL
;lay yesterday and lemon colored. Blend In well
Jackson. So And
C.
where they visited Guy Madison
\1 At Clay Hill they are having with egg whites by folding in. iiii:1MarketPHONE
Burcewi (>n* their son, Pvt. Richard
? Lore onca, Nebr. plenty Art Grlffls of rain. I have word that Add flavoring, sift flour and fold Mrs. J. T. Guy and John D. A.May\ Guy. Star In Park Film Tip Top ,J
In.
passed Bake In
away suddenly untreated 10 Inch are
e spending two ""eeks.t
with heart trouble and tube Jacksonville Dorothy McGuire, Madison
r was buried pan for 1 hr at 325 degrees. ) Beach with Guy ,
In i note tho dying of jat Long Branch. He married one Cover with Icing I gave you last Wallace M. Joplin of Mr.Lake and Mrs. Robert Mitchum, and Bill Williams 152 STARKE FLA. \
IIId IIarcli for four leaf" of my teachers Miss Colea Pad- Issue. This la a fancy good cake. M.... Aaron MInton returned City. are the four young stars

hi vain.t gett, and they were so very happy. My dog Is growing and a lot home recently from a visit with who enact the highly emotional
must have faith, andU I extend my sympathy. I have a of fun. Don calls him "Digger"for relatives In Jacksonville I
YOU picture of Friends drama "Till the End of Time",
must have hope; one class of children the undertaker on the radio. will regret to hear of the accidental 0
mint be brave> and strong:, from Mildred Sculley. It brought Yes we have fun. Cod blew you death, two weeks ago, of :Mrs.- which will be shown at the Park
watch and wait the tears to my eyes for I love [all. Love, Lura Minion's brother, Sanford A. Johnson Theatre Sunday through Tuesday.All .
ou
the place and still love these youngsters, | In Jacksonville. four are the most t
will l find among pop
.
.
.
.
leaf clovers George Sculley now lives at the .
at the four Padgett Homestead and Mrs. Pad- Mrs. Annie Tyler and niece, Jo- ular players on the screen today,
State anne Greene of Brooker, and Miss McGuire will
gett has gone to live with Colea, Farm spent be remembered -
of the read-
in one Sunday here with
l I. relatives.
poem at Middleburg. The Dick Padgett's for her fine roles In
It la only a By Mrs :Mr. and Mrs.
Have taught. have named their baby girl Bryan Whltfleld Earl Van Alstlne "Claudia" and "A Tree Grows in

? of the whole. Out here Sandra Joy. I had a nice letter and children of Cocoa, have been Brooklyn",

ave BO much clover In therk from Joy Wilkinson and she has Mrs. R. H. Tyson is making an recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Next Wednesday and Thursday
been visiting and C. Van Al tlne. Friends will be
lawn. EveryI having a nice extended with her the
and on our stay mother Park will entertain Its patrons
get I search hastily for summer. She will go to Bald and sisters In Fairmont, N. C. glad to hear of C. Van Alstlne's with a well-balanced double fea-
_ leaf clover. I have tried win again this winter. The schoolat Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Young had improvement after a recent operation ture attraction combining "Frank-
r .
ie an of the abOve qualities, Clay Hill has not started. The as Sunday visitors Mr. and Mrs. (enstein", one of the greatest thrillers v (
i far no success. I ahaU be children write begging me to return Jerry Ohern of Avon Park and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Hall and of all time, with Colin dive, ARGO Meaty PRUNES, lb. .23
when I do find one. Some- to teach them. Most are Mr. and Mrs W. E. Flllyaw and family have been visitors to Ocala Mae Clarke John Boles and Boris

always felt they bring good eager to learn. I had a hand little son, Tommie, of Lake Butler this week. I Karloff, and "They Were Sisters" Hills Bros. COFFEE lb. .49
kerchief for -
my birthday front Mr. and Mrs. W. ,
Saturday night our near H. Maxwell with Phyllis Calvert and the sensational I
K>r pawed away. He was Mable Parrish. Burnell Caldwell of Stetson spent Sunday In Jacksonville. new matinee idol from
>Ighty and had been bed- Sunshine Cake 'University DeLand spent the past They were I accompanied home by England James :Mason
ir some time. We had theN When cutting out a garment, weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. their little granddaughter, Florie Friday and Saturday Aug. 29 l
1 the chapel here at the pin your pattern to the material Caldwell. Marie Burns, who will remain fora 30. the Park's double feature will Skinless L.expry 6
The day was very hot. weeks visit.Cottage bring "Danger Woman", with
ry. with large needles I find they are Mrs. J. C. Williams has returned Boneless
It nice and cool. I dug my home prayer meetings will Brenda Joyce, Don Porter, and ""PaITL.; 1
visits with relatives Coca-
this morning. It Is such fun easy to locate and. are sharp too.I on following Florida's west coast. begin this week In preparation for Patricia Morlson. and "Bad Man Imported( ::
den. I have lovely!" zinnias, find it fun to make a cake note the coming Baptist revival, scheduled from Red Butte" with Johnny Colas ,
I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Feagle
i and petunias. :My neigh. book. I started one about 13 were Sunday guests of Mr. and to begin Sunday Sept 14. I Mack Brown. Sardines- tiC Or
ave me the seed. It hascyour years ago. It Is just a little five Mrs. Wofford Lindler in Lake
cent note book but I have copied PepsiColas- E
prize recipes from friends and City.J. M. Bradley visited relativesin C '
neighbors. Every recipe I put In Jacksonville Saturday and !
this column.I I have tried many Sunday. He accompanied his 35c For
THIS ATLANTIC EQUALS ANY 8EE 1 rVl
times. Here Is the Sunshine Cake:
daughter, Phm l-o Nell B. Mul-
..8 egg whites or 1 c. 1-4 tp. salt, drow, that far on her return tripto TASTED ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD" Can 25c
J 1 tp. cream of tartar 1 1-3 cups Great Lakes, Ill
sugar, 6 egg yolks, flavoring 1 Milo Selgler and Miss Roberta I''

1-4 c. cake flour. Beat egg whites Whitfield of FSU, Tallahassee TW '..... DMTM

with salt until foamy. Add cream spent last weekend, with Mr. and 1, tU Fomltf' tnu Assorted COLD CUTS, lb. -. -.39
Mrs. Bryan Whitfield.Mr. .
and Mrs. Ernie Yaibrouijh, S e
Fresh GroundHamburger Lb. I AX.L MEAT
had as weekend guests Mr. and ,
.321 STEW lb. .49
EXPERTChas.C. -
Mrs Albert Yarbrough and children ATLANTIC ,
and Mrs. Ruby Fowler of
Gainesville A. J. Yarbrough of glEfNl (ENr.ii.fa..a Sliced Breakfast BACON, lb. .59
-
Glen St. Mary and Mr, and Mrs. n..e

Charlie Burnsed of Monlac, Ga. Fresh Lb.10| [.ha., U. S. No. 1
InsuranceSEE
e Mr. and Mrs. J. I D. Wllllama and .45''
Tomatoes .10 Potatoes -
children James and Kathryn, and
Mrs. Bill White and daughter,

Kay of Milton were guests of Mr. ................. ...,.....-,- assiR
and Mrs.\ J. L. William this week. __ ,. __ .. ... .. __ ,. _.,__ 4
-- -- -- ---- -- ----- ---- --- -
Mr. and Mrs Lyle Noland of
arley E. Johns SERVICE Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus
Reddish' of Heilbronn Springs and ;

IS Agency- 8T&nKE. 1I'LA. Mr.daughter and Carol Mrs Paul of Macclenny Crews and and 41 ;

their visitor Sybil Crews of ; JI, /,
..., ) Shepherd Gainesville were weekend guests : I

.....' At Gay's Service Station of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Davis. i

tine THE TRAVELERS.Hartford Ernie Springs Miss Yarbrough.Betty Is visiting Lu Prevatt Mr. and of High Mrs.


MISs Pauline'' Brannen returned :t


B & M Drive In: visit Mrs to Jacksonville R.with W. her Brannen.parents.Tuesday During Mr.after and her a with this 'I 11

'"' stay at home Miss\ Brannen and
d Curb Service Only Miss Delores Dekle of Lake Butler
enjoyed an exchange of visits. J iS : I

Bar-B-Q Sandwiches Mrs. A. C. Davie and her guest %

Southern Fried Chicken Mrs Union Paul Crews Church,,attended near Heilbronn servicesat 4'-way ; ::rd :

,. Beer & Soft Drinks Springs, Sunday morning. TI I
Mr. and Mr!*. R. W. Brannen
_". OPEN 10 A. M. to 12 MIDNIGHT were dinner guests of Mra. H. P.

Instate Highway 200 4 Blocks South of Call St. Gainey In Brooker last Sunday. :
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. i FORD
Burton are glad to know that
Robert Wayne has i
their little son / r
.
recuperated nicely and la at home ( '
Bicycles Bicycle Repairsand J
j
in Shadycrest
following a day 4A 4r 4
Accessories Hospital Starke for a week. :
Mra. Maud: Johnson of Jacksonville -
FISHING TACKLE was the guest of Mr. and SERVICE

LAWN MOWERS Mrs. J. O. Randall last weekend. '
Mrs. Charles Snyder of Jack- ,
,
TRICYCLES sonville spent Sunday with Mr
'
WHEEL GOODS MODEL and Mrs. W. O. Engram. and time and ,with Gun -.
PLICATE save
C. D. Sellers and money jjJf
PLANES TOYS & GAlIESBIGGS Mr. and Mrs.\ I
YS !MADE their daughter Patricia Willard, ,
105 West Call Street returned Sunday after a week's
& BAKER vacation with relatives In various
STARKE FLA.
,
'
Florida Alabama and Georgia 1. Factory-approved Methods '

.
points.Wednesday I II If
evening guests of

Mr. and Mrs J. C. Wallace were
Mr. and Mrs. Fitzhugh Stephens, f
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wells Mrs. '
Isabel Edwards and John Mynl- I 2. Genuine Ford Parts '

of Jacksonville.
han, all ,

.
\A1

HamptonBy _

Mrs. M. C. SwmtvyVMU !!
3. Ford-Trained Mechanics
C r C r RktI rs

\ ENTKHT.AINEDMra. .
M. I.. Watterson was host.
eta! at her home last Thursday
afternoon, when she entertainedthe ; '
Woman's Missionary Union of s ,

y the Baptist Church. Mrs. Leaston ,
I It
Wynn. president. conducted the
meeting, with Mrs. Woodrow t i
Hicks reading the devotional. The ,
topic was "South America" At

the meeting's conclusion, Mrs. .

freshments.Watterson served delicious re ( ono fd '


DON'T BE A DRUDGE! TRAINING UNION' PARTY 1 O
the Hamp-
Last Friday night
Wouldn't you be happy to find someone ton Training Union enjoyed out- ,
who would offer to free you from the door games and contests on the. 4. Special Ford Equipment 1Af"Zbonce' '
drudgery of wash days Well that's exactly Baptist Church grounds. An especially
the burdenof Interesting "General In
what we do. We take
your laundry cares and make your formation" quiz was presented by 'w j r
clothes cleaner and brighter. Our modern i. A. Scott and was enjoyed by ___ ". t ,

service Is at your disposal. Bring us your I alt the young folk present. ESTIMATES FREE-USE OUR BUDGET PLAN :.;:
was a week-end
clothes next' wash day. Luther Savage
visitor to Tampa and St. Peters r


burg.M"'. J. L. Cole and daughter ANDREWS MOTOR CO.
The WASHETERIAPhone Jlmmie recently returned to their '
visit with relatives
home here after a t
4
In Georgia.Mr. Phone 118r Starke Fla.
118-W 321 Temple Ave. I and Mrs. C.. L. May and ,

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AGE Font ,BRADFORD COUNTY TgazOS!: +arn, 8TAKKK.? JUXMBBBA

,
' Struth girl, Victoria Jean, August; Starke.Mr. -- sr zz.

'lib ;; II. SOCIETY and CLUBS Recent Births Y, Starke. and. Mrs John

BKTTT JDCaUW: WAKTBWCZ Mr, and Mrs. John Henry Wal- lCenne
----------- rah bay, Kenneth

Mrs. Dutcher MickeySassarMr. Mr. and -Mra.: .:t. A. Martinez of ker, girl, Joan, August 8, Starke. 12, Lake Butler WaYne

West Palm :Beach! announce the Air. and Mrs. Walter C. Clem- Mr.

i Weds W.. C. Lydiard and Mrs. George McCaffreyof r -- birth of a daughter, :Betty Jean, mons, Jr., boy, August 9, Starke. lips, CM ana, Rebecca Mrs. Slrnl'Q)

Tuesday EveningBeautiful Green Cove Springs announcethe on August: ID to St. :Mary' Hos- :Air. and :Mrs. Wilson Vance Starke. Augu,

engagement of their sister, What would we do without the George's friendly wave as I pass pital, West Palm Beach RUBS, boy August 12, Booker Mr.
in Its simplicity was food old City Election to liven by on the way, to the post office and Mrs William||
Miss Elma Lee Hickey of Starke, Me. and Mrs. William
,+ a the marriage of Mrs Elizabeth up the ragged end of summer? Clara Peek (Mrs. J. L.) madea B. Tomson girl, Evelyn,
ANN SCAJOJVV ,
MARGARET
+ ? I B. Dutcher a niece of Mra. 'Vin to Robert M. Sassar formerly of Nice to have something: to pep quick visit to Starke last week- Thomas boy, August ,,3, Middle- Lloyd. Asps
Jacksonville, son of Mr. and Mrs. .us up and give a.new interest In end, stopping by Saturday even- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Scanlan an- 'burg
John to William Charles: Mr. and Mrs.
I cent St. ,
4 X. A. Sassar of Starke. life Just as the summer series) of Ing on' her way up from Lake nounce the birth of a daughter, Mr. and Mrs Timothy Joseph Uo Dash,

Lydlard of Hartford, Conn., which .>>r. Saflsar Is ''at present employed weddings shows signs of taperingoff Worth and leaving early Sunday Margaret Ann. on August 8, In Dowd, boy, August 12. Orlando. Patricia Louise, Aug, 20.
,;, was solemnized last Tuesday even- and we need excitement to morning for her niece's, Mrs. C. H. St. Vincent's Hospital. Jackson Cove Springs.
ry+ ing in the First Presbyterian with .the Civil Service as take up the slack .Seems that Hall in Newton. Ga. SaY..he'J ville. Mrs. Scalan Is the former Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Anders, -*
an investigator with the Land since Martha Wood ,broke the ice Miss Georgia Haynes. girt, Peggy Yvonne, August 10, I Come to the Bii Church. Dr. Warren Kaufman, .
) be back in the late fall '
Telegraph
o and Claims Commission on Guam. last year, ne City Election is going Starke. I for your ,
4.. pastor of the church, officiated at Plans for the wedding will be to be complete) without at Hear the ,Carl Johns family were EVELYN'I110MSON file.,, Rubber band!, Office
the taking In the,, sights at Daytona, Mr. and Mrs Robert J. Batten, bon IKUdla
ceremony. announced later. least ,one member of the fair BOX Mr. and Mrs. Wm.. Thomaon of! paper, legal forms, elt,
boy,
St. Augustine, and Marlneland JonathaLeRoy, August 10, have
4i J l Yr The church was beautifully dec adding her Lily Dacba to the Lloyd announce the birth of a a large supply.
last Sunday Lucile Stungin
4 ,,9 orated with simple basket ar- Baptist WMS fedoras In the ring and this season .Mary daughter. Evelyn,' on August 16 .
(Mrs. Whit) here from Mer-

( 8 hli 'angements of estereld daisies, Meets At ChurchThe M. ,F.it) is who Florence Is bidding Brown for a(Mrs.seator idian, Miss., for a visit with her Thomson In ShAdycreet Is the Hospital.former Mlaa Mar-Mrs. 8pB DEF SERVICE Phone !

,asters, and gladioli. Palms were mother, Pauline Torode, at Kings- 'Jorle Stump of Starke. l t.r.? :
( should I say "hot scat"} an
r banked in the background and WMS of the First Baptist ley aew vws 5Oss Mrs.
the Council Florence and
1 ; were supported by two seven- Church held Its business and pro- The following births were announced -
branched candelabra holding lighted gram meeting In the church Tues Jeannette Kincaid have been to Guess the rain Sunday morning this week by Shadycrest I
tapers. day afternoon with 14 members Atlanta but are back now; scared most of the Red Sox followers -
present. In plenty of time for Mrs. B. (including myself) from Hospital- : -
The bride wore dark blue ,
a Mr. and Mrs Paul Floyd Craw-
) to wage an active campaign .. driving down to the San Mateo,
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee
+ dress with presentedthe
Final
crepe trimmed pique, ford, Jr., boy August 3, Lawtey.
Jeannette's mother, Mrs. A. C, Reduction!
that afternoon .
Only
and her accessories were white. program which was based on game Mr. and Mrs. Fred Coleman,,
Burden of Tampa, went up as far' Ed
the topic "South Americans". The spectators attending were
She wore a corsage of two white boy Marvin Eugene, August ,2,.
4g ', purple-throated orchids., :Miss\ devoUonal was led by Mrs. B. D. as Albany with: them,. Sbull, Harry Lappe, and the wives Lawtey.Mr. .
+ I Law and prayer was offered by of Jake Keene and Wallace Solano ON -
t } Jacqueline Dutcher, daughter of and Mrs William Joseph
bride was soloist and only Mrs. A. J. Thomas. Mrs. J. E. Those Friday night. at the USO It's going to. be Lady's Day Callen Brenda
girl, Joyce, Angus
attendant. She sang "I Love Youthe Futch sang a solo, "The Ninety are getting bigger an' better every this coming Sunday at 'the local 3, Summit Hill Pa. SUMMER MERCHANDISE
week .
Spied there last Friday
and Nine". diamond let's all out
so see
s Bond you
Truly" ( ) and was accompanied :Mr. and Mrs. Percy Louis Orlf-
at the organ by Mrs. E. M. Taking part on the program were Bobby Turner and PatsyHall there, girls Admission's*freeIf tie boy, August 5, Ralford. ONE LOT .
Davis. were Mrs. :M. F. Hazen, Mrs. S. E., executing the newest in Jit- you wear a skirt! Note PLAY
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cecil Ker- LADIES SHOES
jd6 Sparks, Mrs. T. B. larding, and terbugology with practically no that Scaenck'a is holding its S
The bridegroom had as his best sey, girl Sheila Lee, August 8,
a ) 'man Mrs.. Brownlee effort at all And others not own with lovers of' fried chicken 4.95 & 5.95 -.
his father, W. C. Lydlard. Starke. Value
E During the business session, doing half bad included Barney Glimpsed there last Sunday
Immediately after the ceremonya Mr. and Mrs. Francis Marloi
which was conducted by the president McRae. Jr., Paul Canova, Pat evening were Miriam Klckllter and
reception and buffet dinner was Norman, Jr., boy, Francis Ray,
Mr. H. L. Hough, the mem- McGrlff, and Anthony Baker daughters Dorothy Claire and .
w, held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. August 5, Starke. -
bers voted to send $10 as a love Gliding serenely across the floor Sammie, Mrs. W. N. Johnson and I
Vincent St. John. Friends and Mr. and Mrs Leon Starling,, T
$2
members ) gift to Miss Jo Wlthaver who has were newlyweds Dooley and Leon- daughter Ruth with son Ernest,
of the immediate fam boy Robert Glen, August 7, Law-
Dies were present.Mr. been appointed as a worker In ard Smith, whose frantic efforts Beryl Holland and Capt. Sharon,
Brazil. A note was read from to.erase the "Just Married" from among others tey.Mr. ;
.
iIVU and Mrs. left and Mrs. Kenneth Merrill
F Lydtard Wednesday
Miss the trunk of their .
Joan \Tenly. expressing her car still cannot I' ,
for Hartford, Conn., where thanks to the WMS for sendingher keep It from showing through Finer Brown (Mrs. Cliff) celebrated -
they will make their home. Mr,!
Is to camp. A bill of $74.73 representing Grace Osborne at the door her birthday anniversary
Lydlard employed In a large expenses for the Vaca- trying to convince a pair of too- I Monday by working on friend

airplane factory In Hartford.INSURANCE ., tion Bible School was approvedfor small fry that they really shouldbe husband's books, but the day was ID A BIIC PLAY' SHOES

I payment.The home in bed instead of trying not a complete loss for daughter TARt : & DRESS SHOES

following members were appointed to Join in the festivities At Marian baked a cake to surpriseher
U you need fire, automobile, life to serve onthe nominat- last report, looked as if she had a while she toiled From all 4.95'& 5.95 Value
or any other type Insurance, see ing committee: Mrs. H. L. Brown- 50-50 chance winning the argument report It turned out. well Sun. Mon. Tues. ..1<

me at ISt W. Call Street op- lee, 14,.. Jesse Newsome, Mrs. L. .. (Boys take note) Hear that Aug. 24-25-26
posite Bradford County Telegraph D. Haines, Mrs. L. A. Canova, and Louise and Noon Wainwright will TILL THE -

In Starke. Having engaged Mrs. Hough. This week I emphatically added soon be moving In from Klngsley $3

I In this buftlnemt. since Closing prayer was offered by Steve Weldon Jr., to the list of and will occupy the cottage on END OF TIME
Y wA 1931, I am well qualified to Mrs. L. D. Halnes. people I ardently envy The Lake Street which formerly hous-

al I represent your best Interests. younger Steve is now recuperatingat ed the Lamar, Currys Sudden Dorothy McGuire, Guy IVii"
No client of mine has. ever lost Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Futch of home after recently checking I thought: Wish I could fix my hairas MadIson Robt. Mltchum, 1
a
I I a thin limn by placing their Tallahassee were weekend guestsof his appendix at the Shadycrest attractively as Pauline Phillips AND NEWS

i Insurance with "6. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch at Hospital and I have never seen so She always looks so fresh an' Wed. Thurs.,- Aug. :27 -"'28

N. D. WAINWRIOHT Klngsley Lake. They were accompanied many" devoted young ladles as cool, and that la quite an accom- DOUBLE FEATUREFRANKENSTEIN
.I Phone 194 home by G. M. Siutrunk those who call at the Weldon plishment these mid-August days
,
1
.. who will visit! them in Tallahassee. home every day bring Steve all Evelyn Stump is beaming ,
kinds of delicacies, such as homemade since slater Marjorie (Thomson)
I cake and ice cream named her newest daughter (born Boris Karloff '

COMPLETE MACHL1SHQP!: SERVICE He'U be In bed for another week Saturday night) Evelyn She '...,. DRESSES

I or,.so, but something tells he's Is. especially proud since "Llttl They /""* .
Shop & Portable secretly njpylng'' the experience-';' Evelyn': does not cry and seems -' **' '. .. h ",
'ftN"/ .
blame him l to( be quite a dignified
,: and can you ? : young lady '
Electric Weldln.rVf\. ., :.:L.,'s-'Let Ou stall 01 I I 19.95; AND

'1 ,k1 Facilities .- w, I IE.JK'tl" It e!II d, 9kd. Spotted an5-Jotted: Catharine Were Sisters! 12.95NOW""t 6 f''

Prompt' Service I led !Machinists StWelders Nollman heading for Jacksonville The E. D. Tenlys have certainlybeen I James ,

v Serve Your to begin her teaching career as a In a whirl the past two ALSO NEWS 7.95 AND
We Are b Needs. member of the faculty at North- weeks with all their company .
>I Diesel Experts &, *_//., h shore School Gayle Sewell Mrs. J. C.' Paul and children of Fr DOUBLE L Sat. -FEATURE Aug. 29 30 8.95, NOW '$4 q
Ocala their last week
guests
(currently located In Atlanta and were

ZIP WELDING & MACHINE WORKS busy with her dietitian duties) Bobby Lovett of Gainesville 5.95 AND
Woman
here for a week with the family was Sonny Tenly's "comp'ny" ,. Danger $3ROBBINS'I
Phone 12 ,_ Macclenny Fla. Box 151 Madge Brownlee bustling a- On Sunday Mrs. Tenly'a parents, 6.95 NOW - I t'
round getting ready to celebrate the C. H. Waters of Jacksonville >Brenda> Joyce, Don

{ I her sweet sixteenth birthday anniversary dropped In with their guests, Mrs. Porter, Patricia Morliton
n' 's today with a "grownup" W. H. Williams and Mrs. Jerry And -

r ., dinner party Lee and Violet Slade of Cordele. Ga. Janle '
j AM A CANDIDATE Crosby buzzln' around Tuesday Halloway of Gainesville Is visit BadmanFrom

,{a4 FOR MAYOR I Ii I moving Into their "new" home on ing Joan this week, and today
i Water Street the former Ewell Mrs Tenly and children are leaving Red ButteWith

F + OF STARKE Lawson residence, recently occupied for Reldavllle, Ga., where they Johnny Mack Brown t

1 by the Valrle Kldds'.. .- The will visit Mrs. 1". .sister-in-law, Chap. 8 "Phantom Empire"And The Store Of Values
And If ElectedI Smith family; Junius, Virginia, Mrs. W. R. Waters, and her aunt Cartoon

I Will Work For The Best Interests Joan, Bob and Butch back In Mrs. R. L. Green In Ashburn .
-
''M;Y Of The People And The Progress town to stay after spending the I Whew I Such goings-on fairly .

Of Our Town. summer at Santa Fe Joan, make my head swim .'
tells me she won't return to Mon-
td 'Y r I Will Appreciate Your Vote On I treat this fall, but'U be right backin Seems! the teen-agers and other I

Y September 9th. dear ole BHS .. Hear that school children are having quite a ,.....
I Butch had his tonsils out Mondayin laugh this week because next Mon- ,
? the Alachua County Hospital day the teachers have to start to ,_.
L)() L. HCOVEI2 I 'a school and the pupils still have '
_. _. I 'tJ'.u."I"! Explore : : : '''.e,
.
two more weeks of vacation ., ,

Orcht I Dally) Melton who Is making resident day, and seems that two littleboys -,,,

along Madison Street very were having quite a gleeful DiamondMysteries

happy these rainy mornings time over the situation The ,
While walking to work he pa.*.s pre-school planning course to be
Nesco Chef Aluminum to stoop over in front of 'each held In the TJSO building start

house and toss the morning paper ing Monday will give all teachersan crel''*
Your no
Electric Stove Double Boilers from the yard onto the porch! opportunity to get their duckeinarow jeweler wants to keep hIs tae
stead, he wants to share with you |J
for a bigger and more
Think I'll move over In orderto *
successful teaching year And edge of diamonds. So bring your 4
98.49 2.25 get on his beat Maude
e Lappe (Mrs. Harry) tells me that here' extending a warm welcome about brilliance, color, and cut to IB
In from Call Street to our new princIpal know that solid facts still mean es0"farb
they finally got a telephone
s-4 the bakery and are ready to de- C. S. Partin, and family who ownership for you. Before you buy, Jrt
"- liver those delicious plea and cakes moved here this week from lift the lid on diamond mysterfe 8 I**

right to your door If you'll Just Gainesville and are comfortably today.
call 16 Quite a tlmesaver for settled In the T. T. Long house on .

Aluminum Radio us busy folks who can't make II Tenth Street. Glad to have you

to the bakery before they're all with us .-

;F '7 Perculators' Batteries sold out Incidentally, hear Men's and Ladies BULOVA
I & ELGIN Watches
that Dot (Lappe) Anderson will 80 long See you In the next
-CarolynFresh i
-
start Monday as head decoratorat
1.95 5.95 Qoode'a Bakery In Jacksonville IN A WIDE PRICE RANGE

Quite a tribute to her stork of excellent typewriter -

t artistic ability I'll say ribbons at THE TELE-
ii GRAPH. Accessory Fine Watch

iiIJ IJ Notes on a slightly frayed cuff! ,

+ Little Billy Dampier Is visiting hie NOTICETo Jewelry Repairing

w Electric 4-Piece grandparents in High Springs .
Billy's dad, "Pee Wee", is cur- my Friends and Former

Broil Master CannisterWas rently under observation at the Patrons: "Quality Has No
vet hospital In Lake City i I will be open for business In Substitute"
Was '
Now The Clifton Pages were over my new shop, located on Washington -
3.95 2.95 98c Branford way Sunday to visit Lln- Street next to Lawson's ,

f nle's sister, Lillian Conway Meat }Market on Wednesday,
Regret to hear that Maude Gillen August 27.M.ke .
(P.trolman'Hal'. wife) has been appointments early for

seriously ill with pneumonia valuable prizes. Plenty of parking GEM JEWELRY
Farm Home & Auto SupplyGUY Sorry to see the Solace drill I space. ]

shuttered and bolted, I'U miss (Adv.) Sarah LawsonALVAREZ'


i' ANDREWS, Owner ;- ;: 109 E. CALL ST. PIIONE 170 FLA.

.+n, 1401 w.. Call St. Phone 26 STORE jiIi1; STARKE





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!BITS of LOCAL NEWS 1 Mr. and Mr*. J. H. Dupr and I Mrs. Mary Kitchens and '-II':: ; revivalIn -'
Farm Milliard this
daughter. Nancy, have returned W. E. Bulterd and children of Forestry Pine Level Church ducting a

home after a two weeks' vacation Marietta Ca., are guests this May Prove Safeguard week, but announces that be will I

is In Ernie D. tour which' Included Chattanooga, i week of Mrs. C.: F. Ward and Mr. Rev. W. B. Hall, pastor of the be back In his own pulpit for "
Martinis: We.Jtl Patray i Is back at his Against Failure 1"I I
joe week with herd home In Term., ana HendenonvlUe Asheville ,and Mrs John Uglow. Crop Pine Level Baptist Church, Is (!(In- I vices Sunday.
this Starke after and
peach spending Murphy, N. C.
GAS and OIL at Ed
Tenly'sPure Farmers in to will
two years come ----------
daughter-in-law, Mr. and years In the service. For the Mr. and Mrs. J. Chadwell and Olt Station corner Temple 1

[", A. Martinez. and newLighter. past ten months he has been stationed children have moved to Green &I Pratt. depend more and more upon pulp- Every Day la A Special Day gjjj

Betty Jean. with the Air Corps at Cove Springs. They have lived Senator S. D. Clark of Monti- wood and other forest productsIn

Richard St. John and Miss Frankfort Germany He received here for the past year, occupying cello, president of the State Sen their plans for crop diversification For Someone To Celebrate R j

Haynes attended the auto his discharge on Aug 21. the T. T. Long residence.\ ate, was a guest of Senator Char- A Wedding. An Anniversary t

I in Daytona Beach Sundayoon. GAS and OIL at Ed Truly' Mrs. J. M. Mitchell :Miss Lucile ley E. Johns Tuesday. Good evidence of this Is the A Baby Shower A Birthday ,

.' Pure Oil Station, corner Temple Mitchell, and Mrs. J. I* Briggs of Mr. and Mrs C. A. Hitch and ,current training being given young And Evrry Ole. ;

w. E. MIddleton and her & Pratt. Jacksonville are spending this daughter Nancy, and Miss LlllleDillabury men and women in such youth organisations lcE bra on (alls For Lapp Baker

)jri. Mae Jones of Jack- Mrs. J. c. Paul and children of week with friends and relatives all of Tampa and Mr. as Future Farmers of A Special' <"ake"rI .
s returned Sunday from a Ocala spent last week her with In Madison Tallahassee, and and Mrs. C. H. Prosser of Jack- ., 312 West Call Street
D at Plnola N. C. friends- Quincy. sonville visited Mr. and Mrs. Geo. America and tho 4-H Clubs

Miss Clarice Thomas,'who has A. Anderson last week. They The great tear that every

been spending a brief vacation were here for the funeral of Mrs. farmer faces! is) blight or total

with her parents, Mr. and Mr. Annie Shell of Lake Butler who crop failure. In order to avoid LET'S IIAVE SOME FUN!
A. J. Thomas has accepted employment died In Shadycrest Hospital last
possible total lose of Income
In the Educational Research week. Mrs Shell was a sister of I
rfcW tmA W/* e Department ot the University -! the late Sheriff W. J. Epperson farmers have learned to diversifytheir See The Fights

of Florida In Gainesville.Miss I and was the last living memberof sources of Income throu&hplanting
that family. varied crop. and lookingto
Elaine Edwards Is spending
Sun. Mon. Aug 21-25 this week 'with friends in Baton Mr. and Mrs. Chas T. Boasley profits from dairying poultry At Boom Town I
Rouge La. and daughters, Sue and Jean of livestock and pulpwood. a

Private Affairs of Bel AmiGeorge Lake Alfred were guests of the means of rounding out"their Incomes -
GAS
OB md Station OIL at comer Ed Temple Trnly'sPun O. L Beasleys the tint of the and assuring a profit at the Every Friday Night 8:30 P M.

Sanders, Angela Lansbury, Ann Dvorak A Pratt. week. year's; end.

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Yancy and Mrs. E. P. Ritter and daughters One of the most dependablesources Operated on Donations Only I
of Hamlet N. C. are this of Income comes from a
guests
sons and Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Tues. We(. Thurs. Aug. 26.27.28CYNTHIA Christmas and family spent theweekend week of Mrs,, .Hitter's sleter-In- farmer's woodland. From this
source a farmer can cut an an-
at Jacksonville Beach. law. Mrs. L .S. Hutto.
Mr. Dr. and Mrs. J. Warren Kauf nual and Mrs. Woodftn Halle and man returned Thursday/ last an immediate market at high cash!

Elizabeth Taytor; George Murphy, Mary,Astor :)children frs. W,of D.Orlando Huff and and daughter.Mr. and week after a six weeks' vacation, I.prices. I. f fI
The woodlot requires little care,
most of which, was spent at their e.e
Ginger, of Jacksonville, were I fi
cottage In the mountains of Penn and If proper forestry practicesare
FrL Sat. Aug. 29 30 W.weekend G. Haile.guests of Mr and Mrs.- sylvania. Enroute they visited adhered to, It should providea i

LAND RUSHWith Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Barkadale relatives: and friends tn Harrisburg turns.source of growing annual re : : ty I near with Its thrill of renewed i
Pa.. Elmira, N. TT.. and Phil- I .
Charles Starrett (The Derange Kid) are spending a two weeks' vaca- adelphia. Points of Interest visited Attention la called to the work activity and Its 4 e-
tion In North Carolina. were Independence< Hall shrine being done in clubs such as Future '(
AndBLONDIES John Guy dean of men at Illinois Farmers of America whero
of the Liberty Bell; Christ'sChurch young mand for new, and exciting: clothes.
Wesleyan University. Bloom- where they sat In Wash- men are taught how to cut top
BIG MOMENTPenny Ington, 111., will be here until ington's pew; Franklin's grave: quality pulpwood how to care for Our Fall models fresh from the hands of America's

Singleton, Arthur Lake. Larry 'Sims September as the guest of his and the Betsy Ross house. RetUrnIng the farm woodlot and such other foremost designers, are styled and priced to meet your
brother and sister-in-law Mr. and home they stopped to ace the Umber specifications an skidding every demand. Barely out of their wrappings they

Mrs. Fred Guy. Other weekend Capitol, National Art Gallery, operations stripping and loading carry the allure of style line and color that flatter and
Branch of guests of Mr. and Mm. Guy at SmlthonlalJnHtltute: Mount The training being given these intrigue.

very Kingsley Lake were Mrs. Ann R Vernon, Willlamsburg, Jamestown, young men today will irxwn a lot ,
Guy of Hampton anti the Rev. and Alexandria, where Dr. Kauf- more security for all of them In Hack to School Young vibrant suits In checks

Henry Guy of Fruitland Park. man was a guest of the Rotary years to come when they become --plaid* solid colors'' darling wool dresses -
INSUR'ANCEI.
Mrs. V. S. St. John returned Club. Both Dr. and Mrs. Kauf farmers in their own right. tempting data dresses glamorous evening gowns.

Sunday evening from Darien man express themselves as pleasedto Equally appropriate for the slender young matron and
Conn., where she had been visiting] be back In Starke away from the business girl.

her daughter, Mrs. D. ChrUtlano. the Intense heat of Philadelphia,
I. \ AGENCYPlease Mr. and Mrs. Walter Helms and Washington. BirthdayAND e Gage Hats Smartly tailored echoing your per.

and sons and Jack Halle, allot Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Johns, Jr.. sonality and charming sophistication.

Phone 146 Jacksonville were guests of Mr and children spent Sunday at! WEDDING
and Mrs. W. G. Haile Sunday. Jacksonville Beach with the .H. A e Back to the Social Season/' Suits, dresses and
Friends of Mrs. Earl Cook will Durdens. spectator sports for all occasions designed exclusivelyfor

CONSTANT SERVICE OVER 50 TEARSCLASSIFIED be glad to learn that she la recuperating GAS and OIL at K.I Tonly'n. CAKESOUR the matron who wishes her wardrobe to have that M

at her home here after Pure OF! Station corner Temple spice of line and color that flatters her type without "
being seriously 111 in the Alachua I
ft Pratt. sacrifice of dignity. '
County Hospital for the past tour Miss Sharon Hall WRit the guest; p"e i J

week last week of Mr. and Mrs. T. F We are looking forward to the pleasure: of helpingyou

Mrs. W. J. Chandler has re- Hutto In Jacksonville assemble your Fall Wardrobe k i

T FORGET-automobile auonevery FOR SALE turned from a ,visit with friends Mrs. Loulebelle Moore and son
; Wed Livestock n..day 1 P m, atm I in Atlanta and Griffin, Ga. George of Plant City spent last Cordially yours 't I
e.lcleL Market.. ONE CONCTnETin FLOCK HOUSE)
v Mrs. W. R. Morse and daughter, I
'Moore'smother
for role HIM S apartments. 1 week here with Mrs.
TOUR CAR we have a new bath. CnmDletely l reftnlHhed. Sylvia, attended the meeting of Mrs. Q. W Brown, and .&//. W..J .... '
IILCO auto radlol! Immediate Alan 1 WAREHOUSES fee *al.. Johns of the FloeIdaePrederatlon ," ,.
St. 1
the 4
I Chapter other 1attves.'Mr. .
\
.ntMlortvAa: FREE: Scrap lumber. Good woed. r .
low a* 143.SO ? .
SPHDRD RADIO SERVICE, Free for haulknv.LUMltKBl ,ol Social WorkersIn and 'Mm. 'Clyde Edwardsof P. s.Due .
urt t'Madison itreete StarkePYOUR 1x6.: I.B, lid '.8. !x nigh I'
St. Thursday
Augustine
It, ISO-$70' Window. complete; :Melbourne, enroute home from
tf Plumbing Pitting; I V. in. Ply Wood; of last week. This was the firs Waynesvllle N. C., spent Friday to popular demand we have added a lovely assort
Steam Hullori; Cat. Iron Radiator:; led ment of gifts for occasion Come in and make
FARM CITY AND Pine Flooring; Hook Shelve In a series of study groups by; with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brown- SPECIALTY every
NESS .PROPERTY FIMHH rivm WHIt Cement, Miss Josephine Strode, a farm lee your Xmas selections early !
Olamt Block, 'QaJv. Hanil.
Rooting; resident of Starke, and now a director -
Members of the Junior and Intermediate '
-
ALSO Cofiorate Pipe; Concrete Costume : t
Block, all skew; pipe* step atone, of Social Service for the Departments of the Any Meal Ann Horn Extensive line of Distinctive Jewelry''" Daytime .
house piers, floor' Cement; Rock and New EnseiflbleaMost
; Children's Home Society. The Daily Vacation Bible School of the Evening bags! to match the -
Mortar Mix. Steel Windows Paint
SlaOU1: SEE 3.5M.TATaI REAL Oil and murk Paint; Concrete; flour. next meeting will be held In Green First Baptist Church enjoyed an Delicious: unusual! line of Scarfs and i

Gmtnt advertise, .f .....- complete One Skll;-Saw Dump, new.Truck 'HaulI".. Cove Springs on Sept. 11. all-day picnic at Silver Springs DONUTS!' .. KOM.S I'IES!' luring Ethel Lea-Nore Creme liandkerchtetfs- '
.trr.._""Y. Ha .a' net ior FOR SALES. 1200 up, $GO Mrs. E. D. White and son, Dalton last Monday. They were'ace em- CAKES: I. HKNCII: nitKAD 'f t

.[*.*.**aoirer t* Hama.-Farm.--from .mil .."1' t.. down.J'IF.1tU tin mc>. In O'l'rR city limit, C"'fIRR'DrORD .' Jr., of Griffin, Ga., were pan led by ,Rev. and Mrs L. D. PARKER 1IOIJ.SK HULLS Use our convenient Lay-Away Plan. We are happy to
*. *- ease Ilt1as. week of Mrs. W. F. serve I fc fr
'F.NGIG'\"Etn'I( ro. guests this Haines Mrs. C. O. PrIest, Mrs. Ed you.
.STBOCJT J. Maarlc Vflwanla. ''Plt..* .4
REALTY AGENCY IJ
Godwin and family.Mr. Tenley, and Mrs. Rufus Hutchings c

Rfop1't'H"ntrd Locally By FOR SALE! It-acre farm near and Mrs. C. P. Curtis who Col. and Mrs. Owen Griffin and Lappe Bakery J

C nOLLINGSWORTH truck awtey.la4..flood Near strawberry church. on and bus 'are returning from North Carolinato baby of St. Augustine were guests \,

116 So. Walnut St. r )ate. Frame hriune and food their home In Tampa, will be last week of Mr. Griffin's mother, 312 Call Street "
w.ll. Imiulra Wesley Crewa, Rt. guests of Mr. Curtis' bI'Dthpr-ln- Mrs. O. J. Griffin.
1. Box 31. LAWtey. 8tp 8-20 PHONE 16 ,
TRESI'IIS. : of all kind. reno- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. O Mrs. Cora Marshburn and daughter -
!muted*, furniture, upholstered and FOR BALE-Reasonable.! New beautiful Halle, this weekend.Mr. Miss Mona Clare ICfarshburn.of Free Delivery Service
iTI.VOS: Drop u* a card. ChoHtarMKld. Divan and i and Mrlt. W. E. Wilcox ot the this
*, MATTRESS CO.. Ho: : nine walnut occasional. chairs Tallahassee are guests --
Pilatka. Fla. tf large Cnra-Cola !ire box, three Ft. Lauderdale were guest last week of Mrs. Marshburn's mother
RANCE:/ beer broths 1 counter fl stools, week of Mr. and Mm. Fred Guy Mrs. G. W. Alderman. '
all line*: Law Fla.
C. B. E-ennm ley
6115
A. liability and 3tp 9-5 and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Matthewsat L. F. :!Smith Sr., and son, Dill
Se. CLEARANCE I j
.. JVor your insurance Klngsley Lake. left! Monday for Silver Lake and
? Jr. 131
.t Call' -rreetnPAon.t' 64.. FOR SALE-S hogs (tight porker, Edith Moseley spent last
tf In
good atock). Can be seen every Mrs. other point Indiana where they .
'!:LT.8J. pROWEIX.. evening from 5-80: nn. exuept Saturday. !. weekend In Jacksonville with Mr. win visit with relatives for two a
Spirit. .. ,i mllea -
Mn Edna Knight
III.
Medium/
and Healer. Mark Moody.
State and Mrs. weeks.
I north of lwter. Itp
COunty Been.' ..
Luther Clark Plarf I .11 S mi.you.N. : GAS and OIL at Ed Trnry'a William Thomson! and son, Fred SALE
*"''"tke on Rd. SOO. Look for FOR good IiIAI.E-Arm condition, Station newly: palnt"riF WagonIn 11't.1'fI Oil Station, corner Tempi die, of Lloyd returned home Sun-
tt p to a7 Price 8Y16. J. T. Q tnly. 1.1: Pratt. day after spending several days

.8ALEl-Mlaatvn..rT. itrawberrj FOR -<,l hp. Mercury outboard I bliss Elma Hickey wa a business here with Mr,. Thomson and Mr. .,
Prevatt ready Rt t. net* now Boa L 14A.*ter motor :and ISH-foot: plywood I visitor In Jacksonville last and Mrs. F. F. Stump 3-Pc. Bedroom
rite practically new. $240
boat .both I returned to his .
itp S.21 'I, for both. W. W. Dlxon. KlngnleTl Saturday.Mr. John Boring ,
TED By ..' atp 9-5 I and Mrs Leonard Colson 'home at Jacksonville Reach Mon
DUPONT
d" r.lI\lIy| bedroom furnished engineer WAMTFD-Tw.. city' route carriers and family and W. H. Hart spent day after spending several weeks s. u. I.T r"
,.'i"; before Starke or .Ion Klns-aley for Tlm .-Unlon (starke' ).-B. If. Sunday In St. Augustine. here with his uncle and aunt, Mr.
I'bly by 8eplL school *opens u.l be or dean Strickland Box t, Mtarke. alp 8-31 Miss Bobbie Cameron left Tues- and Mrs. H. C. Brown.

modern' Family" consists of OPEXIXO for f men 1fl Alachua; day for Savannah, Ga., where she Mrs. R. J. IMvia and Mrs L. F. "
rite Box I 114"','NortTh'daughters. over County II;. one under man' 55 I In Permanent Clay County Job will remain for a two weeks' vacation Smith Jr., spent last Friday In CONSISTS 40

apt -29 for right party.. Write or see n. S.rttniady with friends. Gainesville.Mr. 131
B"LF- .Jlonary atrawberry '' ..t Commercllll or HotelsOilneivllle. Max Ward of Dixie Ga., Is the and Mrs. W. H. Yawn have OF
Saturday
0s J. Bo by the hecl._M. Rhoflen. Sunday guest. this week of his uncle and had a* their guests, Mr. and Mrs.

71, State Farm 4tp Road.'-aV FOR RENT-J-room house, fnrnlnh.d aunt Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Ward J. W. HIghsmlth 'of
"LE-on. or partly) furnished,t:38r: mn.ea ; at Klngsley! Lake. ., over the weekend and Mr. Vanity Heavy Duty Coil Spring Fluffy
*00<1 1-lb. eapaft A. A. Dale on White of Tallahassee Mrs. Fred Henderson and son,
I.a and
refrigerator Road. 1 tp Miss Frances Real Cotton MattreM And A Beautiful Chenille t
II Temple.. Phone> 19. Up Is the guest this week of Freddy, of Albany, Ga. as houseruents Bargains Spread
FOR RENT Nice clean upstairs' W. Al-
Mrs. O. last week.
Mast Monday diamond watch apt., electric Ice l box gee move. her grandmother
rjT' On Highway between Couple only. Mr*, a. It. John. derman. Friends of Mrs. Laura Mostly
t n"* Iw .y. Liberal reli. 101 Wa.Mn "ton Pt._It Miss Virginia Sewell Is attendinga will be glad to hear she Is home
V. "s.errnM. Sun Tan Twin Bed Room Suits Metal Beds
.SRJ
-"_ .. ltp FOR BALE. -8-r om 110.Reamnable.C. ...., nnfurnlthed -. house party composed fJf PI and getting along nicely after her : I
Pecan tree sorority sisters at Daytona major operation at the Alachua '
Phi
I PALE .pDU... Poland- O. Manlre. ell Center Bt. Ito Beta
a pigs Subject to recletra-. Beach this week. County Hospital two weeks ago. Single & Double I
a. R Cook Wet End FOR SAMS A Ouarnaer. cow with John returned Mr.. Elberl!: Edwardsand << REDUCED TO Size I.1
r'rr, Marks. p1).. f,_ g.j first. calf. Milking good. Alen' a Mrs. V. S. St. Mr. and '
Vhlte Chester male hog weight Sunday after spending a son Bobble, of Dayton Beachare
home
REy of 3.roem apartment for about 130 lb*. See U J. Bedenbanah visiting two weeks at Klngsey 199.50
old "ailable Mondar Hampton Fla. Ito while In Hartford. Conn., spending \ ::1:4950: 13.95
"we k.dl.nn buM. el.ctrlo tOT.. ,Q, cook her daughter Mrs. Ruth Chrtstlano. Lake with Mrs. Mae Edwardsand !: VALUE .
gt It FOR SALK-A wood range Miss Elaine Edward.
price fH Can l be seen .
eLfr.4',I">J3 liou**. Rara-aln. "to"Presbyterian. Manse. last Mr and Mrs. Freeman Register, Mr. and Mr>. Charles Hardy t HEAVY METAL
write. E. H."y.' fill Cantor Jr. returned home Saturday after and children moved Saturday from Round 4Uirror Vanity Panel Beds Large CONSTRUCTION
rk+: a.n.r..1 WANTED iRtlrlreeiav '
D.U.l'r; houmwnrk a douhelp spending a weeks' vacation: visit- Gainesville Into the McKinney Chest of IJrawerll See This Bargain -
rant. Must live on premises. Rep Miami
RAT-Gaol of interest In house on North Church Street.
airy torn,."..d T71 "'.rk.. Fla. ing points .
'"I'\II\0nt with pr'v.t. ".. ". ..m.1I"nu. and Key West I Jolr. Hardy \Is secretary In the Beautify Your Room.. NEW ICE
A5nly'i P.-*. Scott. (OS .th.l.;; FOR .RE-lT-"Pnwd..r. 1 block tr..m So.po.t"ftl.... Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dane of School Board office here.

Electrically' equlpped show.rbath. Hartford Conn., were guests. last I boas Margie Manias had as
I'\II\-nt RR7rlA\ 'room unfurnished Coupl I. only.. J. T.. Qolglelt' of Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow. weekend guests her cousin, Fred REFRIGERATORS
with' Private hath. I3S week Other TWin Bed Room Suits For Your
ALan Kent Manlre. and Alex Brlnv-
Hartmannand and
Eddie ,
i ;
Mrs.
rooln unfurnlh :'::1ftont, 120 mOo Phone '*. FOR RENT Furnl.bed garage Eddie. Jr.. have returned eon all of Jacksonville. "
bata. tlO son Selection
YOUR OLD ONE IN
Itp apartment
private Mr. Oscar Rich and
P: ,. Plion M from a vacation In New Orleans, Mr. and ..... .. ... .......... .. .. ..... ... ........... .. ....
m"'j daughter. Patsy, of Chicago are
memodern
i
O..r M. :\fra..., E. H.l.y eonv.nl.nr.ster flO FOR'r. IIA'LF.-1 SOO-elilck"cap.tT ault;1 4O'"d: 1 La.Mrs .E. A. Newberne of Jack- guests of ...... Rich's brother andIsterlnIaw IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT
Itll I large water' pan Jnanlry ml and Mrs. A. W. Lilly Mr. and Mrs. E. T.

',,eATFk- Tre-Ton. .ttpJ't south O. F./ nt Ck'Inm Stark"' Highway. 100.4'P *'* are sonvllle guests of Mrs. Leila Ma.W..II. Shull.

q ..w battery. Play. building at the Starke Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ingram and JOHN DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
liS. Modern store
s "$ at Oahmer's Gift FOB UJASB! <
0acre. David left
'... IIP dwelling! garage and Miss Jeanette William of Ala- son yesterday to spend .
farmlanri. Good ineatlnn onJas last weekendof several days in Tamp with Mr.
ofStarke. the guest
a4-1 40.1", highway 114 mileR north chua was PHONE 1S1 STARKE FLA..
and Mrs. George 1CJJl .
-dr..t"i: JlrL Mantle Brownlee.
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,S WAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, APGt$7

I
CARD OF THANKS understanding
seven months. Girls Given Retiring Principal which
Brothers JailedIn TipsIn stay In the mesh,
Lucas and Slaughter were apprehended We wish to express our deepest buspital much
Series of Thefts and arrested by Constable GrahamBy "Cynthia"At Gives AccountingOf appreciation for the beautiful Mr. and Mrs. Llel 6n

At Kingsley Lake Jacob J. Johns of District Mr*. John McKinney Florida Soon Athletic FundThe flowers and the kindness and
9, Clay County. Fingerprintswere sympathy shown us during our Singing
"d e' Wm. James Lucas, 19, and his obtained from a boat recently . Should a girl let a boy kiss her following letter, which i Is Illness and the death of our loved Convention

half brother, Richard Slaughter, stolen from Frow Strickland, Mr. and Mrs Llge Stricklandand goodnight T Should she wear make self-explanatory, was made public The Bradford COunty/8.!
and were identified by R. f Mc- children, of Nichols were up, and should she get home before this week: one.We would also like to thank Convention: will meet 1
ryy Jr., both of Boom Town, are said Lendon of the State Prison. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones midnight? August\ 11. 1947 everyone for the flowers, gifts August 24, at 2 p.D. on 1"J

to> have confessed last week in the Eight motors, four boats, a rod last week. These and other "serious" problems Mr. Arthur R. McRae Supt. and notes of cheer to our daughter River Baptist Church.> In, the

Clay County jail to a series of and reel and other miscellaneousitems Little Sharon Cain is on the sick that are troubling the mindsof Mr. C. ,S. Partin, Principal Joann, and especially to the Conner, president 11
1 thefts of outboard motors, boats, were found cached on a list this week. teen-age girls are all answered Starke, Fla.' doctors and nurses of Shadycrest sons Interested in urges,all

rods and reels, etc., at Kingsley' vacant lot near Strickland's land John McKinney returned from in the sparkling comedy drama, Dear Friends: Hospital for their sympathy and to attend. gOspel.' '

? 11 i + Lake over a period of six or ing. the Melbourne hospital last week "Cynthia", to be shown at the I In order to close out the school "

e and Is steadily improving at this Florida Theatre next Tuesday, 'accounts of the Bradford High
i I writing. Wednesday and Thursday.The of this data I am en-I
14 ti t School as e
THE PICTURE YOU
{ THE FACT I is e" GENERAL ELECTRIC Mrs. Florrie McKInney, Mrs Joys and tears of a typical closing the following checks made I DIDN'T TAKE TODAY
Smith, Mrs. Wikan and daughter, American family and the first payable to you Jointly, to-wit:
Julia all of Gainesville, were romance of a teen-age daughterare 1. One check in the sum of CAN NEVER BE TAKEN iM'mS7A6

visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones treated with gentle humor $319.41 for benefit of the Brad- TOMORROW JUICY ANa
Sunday.Mr. and appealing tenderness in this ford High School General Ac- NOW Is the time to get TENDEA

and Mrs. p O. Starling and film which is described as one of count. MQVIE8 of those daughter, Catherine, and Willard the most amusing and wholesometo 2. One check In the sum of Youngsters. You don't have to
Hines were in Longwood Saturdayto come out of Hollywood in manya $185.97 for benefit attend the wedding,of their day. ford High School Athletic Association to make movies of your

tJl t tk' nephew, Ronald Hln... The skyrocketing young starlet, own. We will rent them to you
3. One check In the sum of for small fee and
a
Mrs Maude Graves was able to Elizabeth Taylor, achieves a per- > very your
$20923 for benefit of the Brad- investment Is the film.
sonal triumph in the title role as only
go for a little ride Sunday afternoon FOK
and we hope that she Is' the pretty midwestern high school ford High School Junior Class Come la today for further TVEMSSiHILL'S
1943-47 oft Senior Class of 1947 Information
noon fully recovered. I girl who is denied the normal
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Andrews of pleasures and associations of) her 48. Hollywood Camera
4. One check in the sum of
because of over-anxiety and
Starke of her age
were guests parents,
$12485 for benefit of the Brad- Gift COFFEE SHOPS
and
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wasdln, Sun- solicitude on the part of her par- ShopCall

a tl; ents. I ford Hip School ElementaryMusic St. at R. R. Starke 151 WEST sil
day.Mrs. Department. CALL
,, Louis and' So great is the popularity of."Cynthia" .
Welgand son
} ,l I 5. One check in the sum of STARKE, FLA.X .
all the nation that
over
Eddie have
returned from a vacation -
$14534 for benefit of the Brad-
GRASSHOPPERTHERMOMETER Cynthia Clubs", have been organized
\ in Brooklyn, N. Y. ford High School Glee Club.
In of the leading
s '1' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Golden of many 6. One check in the sum of
'r
cities, and the management of the
rw 1 r Omega Ga., are visiting his broth- $433.01 far benefit of the Brad-
Florida announces that teenagershere
er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
ford High School Economics De
ia TSMPSRATURE; OF A GRASSHOPPER IS TAKEN WITH Curtis Young, this week. are cooperating with the partment.
showing of this sparkling enter-
A DELICATE ELECTRICAL DEVICE ONLY S/IGCO 'INCH I ( We ar.ll glad to have Eddie Ray- tainment in Starke. 7. One check in the sum of $1- thP4
IN mo back In school again after a 935.83 for benefit of the Bradford
DIAMETER DEVELOPED BY GENERAL ELECTRIC/ George Murphy and Mary Astorare
School Cafeteria.
l two weeks' absence due to illness. High
ENGINEERS.. THIS INFORMATION HELPS SCIENTISTS'/ Don't forget Sunday School expertly cast as the disturbed 8. A check In the sum of $92.-

A TO CONTROL CROP-DESTROYING: at o'- parents and Jimmy Lydon playsthe 42 has been given to Mr. Blan-
THESE 10
/ PESTS.>p' p'rl every Sunday morning) role of the high school Adonis.
clock at the Christian Church. chard Law for the benefit of the lip
\/I Everyone Is invited to attend. Daring 1M Ami" Bradford High School Library. ..C
The distinguished 19th Century I The total amount) of checks
; COOKING I UP. novelist and short story writer, turned over for the school's future v '

I I) I; Guy de Maupassant, is making operations, etc., is 394181. in taping
a AROWBOAT/! 1 Pine LevelBy headlines again as the result of When I arrived In Starke In '* .-- *. *

the sensational motion picture, September. 1942 I received a check Zi'V.*> ..
ONE-PIECE ALL- Mrs II. M. MrRue "The Private Affairs of Bel Ami", for $28.85 for school cafeteria andI J ,. yy.d care of

; PLASTIC DINGHy IS a based on one of his more daring have paid on old) bills incurred '

< MADE IN A HOT PRESS A ( Rev. W. E. Hall filled his-regular novels. prior to my coming to Starke $1.- __; :_.;r-: : your clothes
h appointment at Pine Level This film, starring the hand- 338.118. All bills are now paid. .. ..
THEDURABLGSPEEDy9FOOT some George Sanders in the title Respectfully submitted,
Church
\ Baptist Sunday morningand
role, will be shown at the Florida Foster Shl Smith
"
DINGHY'. : ,3 \ evening with four candidates
., \L"
\ Theatre 1942-47
Sunday and Monday. Principal
for baptism at the High Priced Clothing is still with
WEIGHS ONLY eoril'*W: VI, tsw It's wise and
sensible
to
POUNDS '. WONT SWELL AND vice.We Angela Lansbury and Ann Dvorak. I, at the request of Foster Shi why
CANT HARMED
BE BY/
/ are thankful for the much Smith have carefully examinedthe preserve your precious wardrobe.
I The is
1 SALT. WATER OR WORMS GENERAL ELECTRIC MAKES. needed rain of) last week. 'The set in highly Paris during entertaining the early story'80s above Financial Statement, including Expert dry cleaning gives your suits

t1 .' .IT TOR THE BEETLE BOAT COMPANY./ sugar cane ,sweet potato fields, with Sanders playing the role of the deposit slips, cancelled and coats that brand new look, as well
and strawberry to
a \ plants aeem an ambitious French journalistwho checks and the attested returns as longer life, because of our appear
.. have put on a new growth. uses his audacious charm, from all football and basketball ... ance-reviving use-prolonging tech

i12,000 1 STUDENTS Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hall and wit and matchless arrogance games Ifound that the attached nique. To get double duty from your
f't I \ children of) Jacksonville spent the with women to further his career. statement is In good order and clothes, put your clothing in our
.I I : IN .
were accompanied to Waldo Mon- makes use of the affec- statement audited by me here In

I !'12.OOO GENERAL !! day by Mrs.. Hall's parents Mr. tions of the many women who fall Starke, Fla., dated February,
1 ELECTRIC and Mrs. H.M. McRae, where they in love 1948. 4L PHONE 135
passionately with him, as .
I EMPLOYEES ARE <3CTTNG4V'FREE / { were .dinner guests of Mr and well as every influential man he Respectfully submitted, ROBT. '

-] INSTRUCTION /IN'GElI Mrs. E. J. McRae. They also meets. His enemies are legion and Orle A. Wiggins" 1J1 ... 011l.31J
visited W. M. Jarrell at his homeon his scandalous affairs GREEN, 7f
soon the Temph!
I EDUCATIONAL/ COURSES. Alto Lake. .
I I. talk of Paris.
We are sorry to hear of the illness Owner .. ,,;:1.
During one of the most dramatic Fresh stock of excellent! type-
of Mrs. Willis Dyal and hope Ark, '
:E -.ELECTRIC she will soon be well again. scenes In the picture a pore writer ribbons at TilE TELE-
Mrs. J. E. Starling was calledto trait of "The Temptation of St. GRAPH. ,
Anthony" Is exhibited In full color.
Jacksonville last week becauseof
the illness of her daughter, The fine musical score was com Not /Just a new model .
Mrs. Grady Nettles. .. posed by Darius Milhaud, the celebrated

OUR FACILITIES For Serving You Are The, Miss Julia Jackson of Starke French composer.Lawtey. COMPLETELY, NEW DESIGN'

was a dinner guest of Miss Shirley . C I
McRae Sunday.
t Most Complete of Any In Starke. Our Ser- I Mr. and Mra. B. M. McRae and y shw

family were visiting Mr. and Mrs

vice Men Have Had As High As 18 Years Experience section Rodman Sunday Reddish afternoon.in the Rising Ity L II. Futch
.
.
Mrs. H. H. Lewis and Mrs. W. : t
C. Conner and daughter Yvonne M. B. JONES RETIRESM. '
'a
And KNOW What To Do When "
tk.
.
Your were dinner guests of Mr. and B. Jones retired as agent
Mrs. Robert Lewis Thursday. for the Seaboard In, Lawtey on

1 Installation Is Made Remember the services at Pine- August 13. Mr. Jones transferred -
'i Level Church every Sunday morn- to Lawtey in 1938. He began
4E ..4w Ing and evening. Sunday School his career as a boy of 18 and has
10 a. m. Prayer meeting every been constantly employed since
Wednesday night. Everybody then. He nan worked for this/ diVision -
.i e'm.os welcome. of the Seaboard for 30 ? NEW Advance Design-NEW all

yeara. Before coming Lawtey that ."breathes"UnlesW,
he held Important agencies at all-steel constructlon-NEW dun

Tallahassee, West Lake Wales, able fully adjustable ssstsNtw2J95
BrookerBy Madison and Carrtbelle. Mr. JonesIs greater vUlMllty-NEW Ftei-

: a native of Georgia but has Only Advance-Design Mounted cab-NEW stroatM
: MM.. T. W. Markey lived In Florida for many years. frames-NEW Increased toed tpsa.i:I ,
om'
.. .. He has made no definite plans for In panels and plck-up.-NE W
Chevrolet trucks offer and Win
the future. all these dent loading In stake '
,
Mrs. O. E. McGauley of Palatkawas rack bodies-NEW thorough ..*.'.

here Monday afternoon visiting H. C. Kelly was a business IDa and Insulation-plus sco ros 0*
Mrs. Roy Green and Mrs. NEW TRUCK
visitor to Lakeland last Monday. FEATURES other NEW features too lIuJIIII'OUIto
Paul Stewart. Mrs J. H. Howe moved to Miami mention!
If you are interested in a Range, why Mrs. Annie Lewis has returned this week to make her home _
home after visiting Mr. and Mrs with her .Com* In and see .
i not buy a GAS Range? We can have Ovid Lewis of Tallahassee.Mrs. Peddy daughter ,Mrs. Louise

you cooking with gas (with a four to Mary Green of Dukes is Ben T. Crosby of Tampa spent .J.'w
visiting relatives and friends here. -
six months supply) for as little as $51, Mr. and Mrs Rurel Dukes of I' Saturday and Sunday here aa THE" CAB THAT The new TLEX1- DRIVER'S. -CUNrAarM. anf sBaaATHRS"

the of Dukes were dinner guests of Mr. guest of his brother-in-law and MOUNTED wider, with more ,Iq'ro"et
plus cost Range. Immediate
fresh air
your sister Mr. is drawnin
and
Mrs. I't
L. H. Futch. cushioned J11
on fully .
and Mrs. Earl Green the seats are
:
Sunday. from the ti ::
outside rublif
delivery can be made. ),[r. and Mrs. Raymond Crews : The boys of Lawtey are workingon in cold ber hocks against bigger, and Nsare maraodheated If.I.D.i."t'
)
*
a baseball diamond on the Wider deeper
r of Jacksonville weatherandIfIed\
were visiting Mr. and WINDOWS viabQli
school increase ...
and Mrs. O. W. Barry last week. campus. This la to be a air 1./orud/ItIJ'* 221 Rear corner wlJlClnw.o;.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bishop and community diamond and has the ,nutting even V***"*" :
We also have available for immediate ''
children of Mobile, Ala, spent sew support of the business men of Advance .. optional eqo.i1> f

p f delivery, Hot 'Water Heaters and Space eral days last week with Mr and Lawtey.The Design: cost.,
Mrs. T. W. Markey. WMU of the Baptist Church in
Heaters. Begin now to think of your Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stewart of met at the home of Mrs. J. E. and pane 4Ta.ailable.
Wear Jr., last give INCREASED
Winter Heat. Jacksonville are visiting his par- Tuesday.The LOAD SPACE_Uke '
ents. Mr. and< Mrs. E T. Stewart. WSCS of the Methodist and high rack bodies have ,
... .
Church met at the home of Mrs.G. greater
Miss Madeline Green of Jack- MORE ErrldENT LOADING[ distances for
sonville spent thai weekend here W. Roberts last Tuesday. a longer tunel LONGER WHEEL"*"* 'asruh
We would be glad to have you call by with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Misses Esther Shuford and better load distributioalerroS.h I

it our store at 213 E. Call St. (TWO Dave Mr.Green.and Mrs Lee Green of homes Linda Carter here last returned Monday to after their luuHitg sad rtntOaHnt eran I,/oMIM r'

1 DOORS BACK FROM THE R. R. Gainesville were visiting relatives spending a week in the Youth's Famous rvLL.5LOATINO .

t TRACK) or if prefer will and friends here Sunday. Fellowship meeting at Southern HYPCHD
y you we HEAR
College< Lakeland. AXLES are reared
Mrs Truman Dyal and son of
have a salesman call on you in your Ziff were visiting Mr. and Mrs. for the load and the road t CHEVROLET'

home. Dirt Stokes Saturday night. CARD OF THANKS Chevrolet's VALVE-IN-HEAD TRuce
Mrs. Rosa Pinholster spent the ENGINES) are world's moat economical for
i weekend with Mr. and Mrs. :a.[. F. felt"Ve thanks wish to express our heart- their sire. The HYDRAULIC TRUCK; wit. ,ie C.;
and appreciation to BRAKES are nttnnvtty designed for
Wiggins of New River. greater TRUCKS
,everyone for their kindness to- brakoliningcontact I ... "6r4"dll
.
Slade Gas Co. Mr. and Mrs. Resale Colson and ward us during the death of our t ""
children are spending this week at mother and I

213 E. Can Street Phone 121 ,. Earlton Mr. and Beacri.Mrs. Luther Sowell and Leaty thank! Alton Browning grandmother.Dobbs, and for especially the kind Mrs. TORODE CHEVROLET CO

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Mrs. Vaseo I
Hasen were! in Starke things he said.Children.

i; FrIday I and Grandchildren STARKE, FLA.

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News In music.New rnunty ter All Batata.of of said .property State being I In the T Py Frank Lucille. Lnndrum.C Conner Stark! .I> r Pin. I plitlntlff named Court......k. and dIvorce rauaa, wherein >

urch ered musical talent Is dIscov- PAGES FROM OUR PAST lat. Iiradford, of Flor..i.ynU" Atty. for Plf. H.IB 1 41 9-5' County Telegraph' shall publish Itranford this]

sometimes the Order In ,,
among; group *'"'h certificate next ( ur weekly laauea.
and these young people are called r mpll.sl by Untidy Davis .. ,. ahall b. redeemed or acpordInc cer-- IN CIRCI IT roi'Rr.P. iutirn II, Witness m" bund. and officialml J
upon from time to law the property errlbedi (''OIN'FLolun.) ., 1\1: t ".\\1: _. at Mtnrke, Florida, thOu AuKimt .
to time to ( Stst: 5.
Church use In """h certificate or oertlflcatea 13 1947.OFFICIAL .
Itian their GOd-given gifts. (From the August 13 I will''be sold to tha highest bidder V. Nmlth. Plaintiff, "... Dellnh, It. ( SEAL> A. J. Tbumaa. ,
1887, Issue hole In the floor before at the Smith Defendant. Can. N .. .
Request numbers of it wa court houae do.r on the < 1187$ An Clerk of nlit. Court.
the
Id at the First Christian In from patients Starke Telegraph) relaid." first Monday In month of "Meptem" AND PHDKR tate( PUBLICATION It y Lucille. .,. found,, u. C.
the Shadycrest Hospital are Progress In Starke bur 1947. which I. "" lit day 01 NOTION TO APPEAR Zach 1C. DiMitflaa, Ualnesvllla .FIa.
"Lost
I. Sunday U a. m.. frequently broadcast :Joiner -Rivers and The latest big: social event was Su'ptelibnr. I94T. Ft.STATH 411'1'1.01110"' tel llellnh. Ally for Pit. 8-IB 4t .-.
for Dr. Smith who.
their Tate
nd' 8 p. m., "Geography.tic comfort and pleasure by these wills (attorneys)Powell.and the Bugg Tele-4 the last "Wedding in Babyland" held foWS.iW.fAtr!i of A.July J. 'Thomas 0947.; boro.....a North lu: 40S Carolina.'hurrh roalilonr Mtrant,and Or.. ..n..1..1.II. .

| and Grammar". Sun- young people.Presbyterian. graph have Thursday for the benefit of Clerk of circuit Court of ttradfnnl. You ara rmiulrtiil to Protect Your UpholsteryWith )
recently appear on
erected the County Florida.
Woman's
new Club. 8-1 .
4t i
Reports haveIt -> September ia
IH47. In
the above
|col 10 a. m. Prayer :Meet sign on their Offices Says Editor -. that the affair was a big sue n..d Court anuS Cloucs. wherein. Good Durable I
.
8 p. m. ChurchThe I. C. Webb "When' a man puts cess with the :*. C'.RC1trtT ('Ot'HT. HKAl)POMntKHV Mnlnlirr: .e.eks rllvon-a. Hradford I
following little
uejday people VOIt'tt FLOKIDA1 IV: CHAN. County Trlntraph ahull pnhllnh' thin SEAT
up a sign It i Is a sure thing that taking part: Lois Ail kins, Eve- : Order In not. tour weekly I."...... COVERS
usual morning worship will he Is either prosperous Donald. K. Lamb Plaintiff va. Flor- Wltn... aiy Imnd. and nrfli'Ui.
Tabernacle be held In the For the or happy. lyn Stump. Marjorie Stump, :Joe alice If Lamb, Defemlitnt. ('.... seal f.1 SlarKa. Florida' thla Au-
e: First Presbyterian ladles-"Girdles of silver Edward Jr. S. R. No. &N8., ,,
Johns. Jr. p.t..Milt.R
: Church at 11 a. m. Sunday with In Moorish designs and OKIIRR OF PtTBLICATION ( ,,'.) A. I. Thorns.. TAILORED TO
Come assistant Pastor, the are heavy Lillian Sternberg Billy Graham *Nn NOTICR TO APPRAK A. Clark of aaM. Court.
left Friday on vaca- pastor Dr. :J. w. Kaufman and cumbersom. but very fashion Etholln White and Lucile MItchell. STAT! OF FLORIDA to: Florence r.h.Luollla P. Counar, n. O. I FIT YOUR (
nit, using as his subject "Crusades able." M. Lamb whose resldencte I.: Iflot R, Iltaa, S04-is( Knalty Bldg. .J
,NeW York State and other for The country Is still torn by HfMKh Tayliir lfti'aet Philadelphia. Jarkaonvlll KU. INDIVIDUALAUTOMOBILE
a Christian World". City News: Pennsylvania. Atty. for Pit ;
I'm will be away for about Sunday railroad strikes seven! hundred .15 4t 0.6aIImbsa.aw
School classes will\ "Starke needs You are required to appear. on ,
meet
at 9:43: : a city park. ,, reservations have been made .t September 9. 1947, In the above
fjf made a. m. Visitors are cordially wel' "News scarce this week ;; Florida State named Court and cause, wherein I ? Florida
are being guess College for Womenfor Asjemst
II.
plans loir
nlalntlff aeeka 1
come. all of : divorce Kradfonl In Colors To Suit
Saturday night YouthAn our correspondents think so the fall term-a large numberof (ounty Telegraph shall publish; : this I HOTTeR 'ii.1'10.1..1'
too. Order In next four weekly I Issues. I M.----U .. h.r."y srlven that the
Inspirational speaker date palms have been planted Witness of Kducatlon. of the Your Taste
Tri-State "" my hand and official I
FellowshipThe "hat young man was it that around the Starke power house seal at Stark., Florida thla August State. of Florida. will offer fur sale. I
and will
receive
got no badly. mashed on a young lot. -DeWitt C. :Jones It's 6, 1947. I Tallahassee.. competitive. bids In
Trl-State aaya hay (OFFICIAL REAM A. J. I Florida ut I 11-Ml I o' STARKESEAT
Fellowship will lady at the party Monday night? time and advertises mowers and As Clerk of said Court. Thorns I..c". A. 11t."I'In"'" lllth 1147

convene with the Pine Level Bap A new one? "The parents of a rakes. IU.| ..." Anderson Green CoveAttya. described for land. aa In follows TWAIiFOHO COUNTY : COVER CO.
tist Church fp.lo.. 1'1... I :
TOES ITCH on Thursday and Fri pair of Boston twins named one Prrtonala: for Plf. 8-8 4t l-5: WH of DWV. ..f Section Id. Township -
Court & Madison
day. August 28 and 29. Rev. T itoutl, Sta.
W. E. Slmul and the other Kanve 81 East,
I Hall Taneous because "Miss Hazel :MIddleton has returned so 44 .".....
pastor of the church Issued they were born at the same home after four weeks IN ('lnCt'IT roi'iiT. nnADFoim TillS NOTICH la published In compliance .
\ 'tts Red lams a OV'4'Vy. .
FLOH' .
(mC/ct, a cordial Invitation to the public time! ('my. ''' IV: VHAV.Mae with "Sections 170.07 170.08
stay In Jacksonville with relatives I .mil 370 09, Florl.ln' .
to HI u lutes 1941.
JElJItOOTHIMMDACTIVE' fellowship.iIflLI Join In. this period of old-time. I And finally to those who are "Mr .and :Mrs. A. W. Anderson Hpauldlns Hnauldlnc;. Defendant.: Plaintiff Case, No.vs. 67D7.Bill I!The advertisingcost.successful bidder. .la to pay Ii lie

mTMEf/ FOB down-hearted-"A certain amountof and little son A. W. Jr., will leave UKDUR OF PUBLICATION I I'he sale ,lf and when made, ahall CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION

opposition Is a great help to today for Philadelphia where STATK AND NOTICE OF TO APPEAR I I he subject to he tlitard reserving: I

if ILETE'SFOOT- CIUaM-ETJ man. Kites rise against and not I they will visit Mrs. Anderson's Kpauldlnir, Whose FLORIDA residence to la:: Calf Pill into.r rlr.all petroleum.metals: thereon, phosphate or, II

Creek Kentucky.You .
with the wind." I hereunder. I
wit promptly relieve .... % ]auiu.. M. Smilh 23 YEARS parent! are required to appear on The 8rata. Hoard. of Education, reserves -
pele..ltd'tnq. J- .,n. e4l AGO "Telfalr Long. Joe Walnwrlght September ft, 11)47) In the above the rlffht to reject allY and 1

heal. vtiMi. smelly MUM Alb.sa (From the August 18 1922, Issue Julian Canova and Hollla Knight named plaintiff. Court seeks and divorce Cause and, wherein custody I I I all HY' bids OltLIRH, of the mate Hoard 1

Mated. J-If ........... it.. of the Bradford County Telegraph) pent the first of the week on a if minor child.. Iiradford County J&ducatlrn nf thu male. of Florida' nf ,

we "" ,''Ntl... .n wMcb Aratfceal Missing--one 200 pound bell. fishing trip at Lake Geneva." Telegraph In next four shall. weekly publish Issues.this Order I I ATTEST Mlllard F. Caldwell Governor 1 : '

arsv and tlwl.... 4-It are..lie The Rev. L. W. Klckllter boughtthe And Editor E. S. Matthews discourages Witness my hand and official. Colin English: Secretary.

) .! raw, teetheS peeling. .. old school bell when theWoman's the placing of unsightly teal at Stark Florida. thla AUsTtiHtOFFICIAL State Hoard of Education: I
blewarm'tees and earn.feet.re I T. 1947. 8-15 It D-ia ,
.. Club was built on the signs on Starke's highways.! "Post .[ 8KAI' ) A. J. Thonma..
Nni-n-bilm' h effect InMillet' A I
a Clerk of anld Court.
Fool i> that it got> at the schoolhouse site. The question ing the road Is a harmless amusement Rivers A rirctm Cove I IN" rinoiT coi'iiT. nni>FiHinCOItMTY.

be imbla: bf M.,. gf FIVE of has been raised about eouvenlr but the money could be better Springs, Ft."dor.on., I FLUHIUAl IV: IIIAV.CKHT. ...
..
ion 'fungi' oe taiaaelf Th. highly for Plf. << .
Attys.
8-8 4t 8-J
plo moldl and parasites Brow hunters but "It is possible that spent in newspaper advertls Irene U Webb Plaintiff,. vs. James

toe hoi penpinaa feet. So bare. the bell had tumbled through a Ing." iv riiirnr C'dl.tI'r.? niiAi>Foni> W. Webb, nefendxnt Case N,,. tHHtf
nbjlm" II tgitut/ 10 helping' keep ('<>\TV.. n.UHIUA.: tii.ts.I OIIDER OF PlinLICATlOV
omit PMipiralioo." : illuulgnic ttoiiv. I AND NOTICR TO APPICAU8TATH
: u.'JlA::
ingmlixiu Josephine II. Fulrrti, Plaintiff. I IVu. OF KI.OItlMA' In: James
piio, and Itching. War Termination Date W. Hilton. whoaa raalilence la unknown Worth A. Falrcluth. I>ef..ndant.. I "". Webb) whose renlilence la Federal I
Guard Against Ha-lnfactloB Case N.,. 8N6HOKUKU I llefurmatury, lI: Iteuo, Okla
it ftci ro a rub with Neurabalm to For Vet AllowancesSet You are raqulred to Appear. on OF. PURLICATION I homa.
September 1. 1947 In You are required I to PHARMACIST
httt lunii' and to .help prevent aid the abova ANI NOl'irK TO AITKAIt I nppsnr on
annul CUM from developing., named Court and Cause, whereIn BTATW OP F1X>KII1A to: Worth I September 1A, ISO?, In tin above ,
urn u delifihtful to use I It leaves At July 25, 1947 plaintiff. aeaka rllvn...... Bradford A. Falrrloth whose resilience I la': "f'jitundry 1. named Court Anil cause, wherein,
dna tad retrcahed I if BreaaewcEjr. County Telegraph hull publIsh thla |ieiHrlment| .:..ex antl plaintiff seeks divorce.I llrailfrtrdCounty Phone GI STARKEOniheJh'lnlt
.. doe. not .stain the akin Order In naxt four weekly laauaaWltnvaa . date of World War
r...nor drttroy liaiue. Gel a bin Termination mv' hand and official aaaat Jersey, I Order In' next four weftkly lesnesWitness Service
and Kt how quickly It brinasttelcoma II under the program of readjustment Htarka, Florida this July (0OFFICIAL. You are re to appear on my hand and official I
relief., Read directions in So ;..1.r.y.,, 1047. September K, 1947. In the above seal at Stnrke, Florida thla Ail-
allowances for
Bfnf other valuable information. Ac both unem- ( SEAM A. J. Thomaa. named Court and ....u..e. wherein. glint:' .19, 1917 .
K 'in 2r. 75*, and 11.2 bottles. %.n Sot> MI ITS nrtv A nttiTin. L laser' ployed and self-employed veterans A. Clerk of aalrl Court. 1 ilalntlff seeks ,.I va..'". llrndrtint, I (OFFICIAL SKAT.: ) A. J. Thomas
'P HI*.uhlno sniicltl..tins'. burning J. C. Uurrance.. Law Exchange. Blilir County[ Telegraph shall publish thla, As Clerk of said CourtHy _
abet tniim t itches ikla.URA'BALM. has been declared July 25: 1947 asa Jacksonville, Fla. Order In nest four weekly Issues.Witness I Lucille C. (".nll..r. D. r*. v veer

result of Congressional action. Atty. fur 1'IC. 8-1 It ,..nI my hum ant official I J. K. t'lkIP""y Wllllmne nulldlnir
-STARKE DRY CLEANERS seal at Mlorlie. Florida this Atittust lllii. "
U Carl B. Smith Chairman of the I Atty. for I-IS 4t 0.5
iiicriT. cni'iir. lilt ti>rnni) I TbJ4ItIAI.8r.; ",.) A. J. '
AND
LAUNDRY Florida Industrial Commission an- .'.)l %.. .I'.I.OIIIU'. | IV CIIA'N.KKV. ,. Aa( Clerll of said Court.Inseph Thomas. IN riHrrir roi: HT. IsleS IIK..on n

}nvio'Till COMMON ATMISTISIQO rUONE 21 '4.1I' lUIlDING nounced this week. (' I K. Mklpper, Williams TUdit.. i iI ("l)5'4T%', FLOIIIUA. IV IIIIV-: '
Cecil Kmeraon Nelllv Plaintiff. v. !
I cF.itr.Carrie
:
7 W. Fornvth Ht., Jackeonvllle, Kin.Ally I '
I IUNI OH CONTACT .I Congress has substituted the Mildred I Johnston Nellly, I> fan
date of July 25. 194T for the Case No. BS6B.OHDEH Jones, Defendant.\, "'M"" No MH5 f R << 1
OF' prRMfATlOV TO 0751' K I .iU-t.lt OF PtTHLICATIONAN"
words "termination of the War" ANI> NOTH-FJ TO ATl'KAIl TO WHOM IT MAY fO.VCKIlN: I : VOTIPK: TO APPKAR \R r
aa they appeared In Title V of STATE' OP FLORIDA| to: Mildred Notice la hereby given that I bava BTATR" OF FI.l>niOA tot llenrge
Longer Wear Johnaton Nellly whone ftdncala filed Final I Accounting .aa Ad Jones whose residence la unknown
my I
.
the Servicemen's ReadjustmentAct. I.: 247 ilnacnn Ht.. Elomon lira... mlnliftrator fi>r the Kstate of J. F.. I ,re raiii' anpear an HOWDY KH.KSi One of thicrratoul '
Through Expert Repair This means that World War August You 3n.. required: h..t appear on ("olley. deceBsed and will on the September. Jl. 1>*7. In the aboveAT '
1D4T, In above named of << 111"0.\10 Invention
llth October 11)47 t
day apply "
II veterans of Florida who were Court and cmuaa, wherein plnlntlfaeeka .
County Juiltia of Kradfonl County. of today I..* toanorniw.Cimtomrri .
LIFE FOR OLD SHOES 1947 divorce. Iiradford County Florida. for Final UlscharBe
NEW discharged prior to July 26. Telegraph. ahall. puhllHh title OrderIn said as I S I \"
I
will have until July 29, 149 to next four weekly leaueaj. Ad"-lal.lr.J. 'rt. Collny, Adm'r." I C Tha.walt.r.l.. ajlthetfoul Ida

BIGGS & BAKER draw their allowances. Veterans Wltneaa my hand .and nfflclaneal 8-15 4t ..1- I .
at Blurke, Florida, thl. July or a hiimorlat .'
discharged after July 29, 1947 31. 194?.
Starke Fla. I* CIRfVIT CO I'RT. tlRAOFORDCOUMTV. rnondi What's the matter ''i
lOt W. Call St. will have two from the date (OFFICIAL anAL) A. J. Thomaa.
years
Aa I'lerk of email. Court. FLOHIIIA. IV CHAN- C'uatimivri I ordered CI.n01
of discharge to draw. T. Frank titarka, Fla (iGNV.Dorothy.
Landrum liMtf anti he brought me a gUuMof
Jones, Plaintiff, Albert f
'
va.
flJ ttSSSSStSSS- -- Srs=S-S rrsrrrrrrs Atty. for Plf. 8-1 4t .-.. Jn:
Many veterans now have rights W. ; .., Jr., Defendant Cuss milk. 0

under both the Servicemen's) Readjustment No. 11887. DIY St. .
IN ciRcriT rnriiT iIn4nPonnC'Ol'STV ORDER OF PirnLICATION t
Act of 1944 and the KLORIUAl IM: (CHAN AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR Thi-n there wa the girt who
LOCAL FACILITIESof (CnIIY STATE OP FLORIDA to: AlbertW C I I A U 110 1 1We"
Florida Unemployment Compensation SIgned her qul paper' "Ma
la
Vivian Joyo Lee, Plaintiff .. residence :
Law Mr. Smith said. He JameS F. Lea Defendant. C... No. % ColVllle r.blilak'r; :; Company, Dan- 'ea...* she knew she'd I
quiet refinement with organization 5850. 0 Vtrulnla.. ITS BEST '
it
that from on done
out now
pointed PUWLlrATIONAND You ar. required to appear on sm wrimf.ja "
enable this establishment to render a will become Increasingly Important Eof'IrE;: TO APPKAK: September. I, 1947 In the ..bov.n.m..rl LihYour a a ,

fin' and moderately priced service.' for veterans who become unemployed F.STATE lee. whoaa OF FLORIDA residence to and; Jama addraaa plaintiff Court aeeka and dlv"..cause.. and, .wherein...lor.. The !Sign! on a toed In bawl. rvpavirfieur

: to consider the expiration laat known I. % B. I. U. Hall lion of maiden ""m... Bradford Clothe Dependson Hremerton, W......., HM a I
II Heaver St., New York N T. ounty Telegraph shall ,publish this
I date of their right under both You are required to appear on Order .In, next four weekly: Issues.Witness The Care They Should Bit Worklnic". And mni j

programs if they are to be assured or before September let lit?. In my hand and official ARE!: working at our station t. ; .
the above named Court and causa., seal at Htarke, Florida, thla August service and ..tl,,'_
under the give
I of mafclmum protection Receive JTIHI
wherein plaintiff ...k. divorce.Bradford T. 1941. \
DEWITT C. JONES ''ffAUBULANCH two systems. County. Telegraph ahall OFFICIAL[ SIC",.) A. 3. Thomas.Aa tlon.V aim to pleavw. Drive ''I
publish thla Order In next four;, Clerk of said Court.
SERVICE ,.> Both new type. of. claims are weekly IsaueaWltnaaa 'nseph' K. skipper, Jacksonville, All Garments Carefully In today and see If we don't. l

filed through the local offices of my hand and official seal" Fla.Ally.. Hand Finished GULF OIL PRODUCTS I ;
at aiarke, Florida, thla Sub of for Plf. .-. 41 .It
Director '* Florida State Employment _
Funeral the July. 1947.OFFICIAL. Washing e Polishing
8TARKB V t'r.of. Service and the personnel of the ( SEAL A. J. Thomas, IN CIRCUIT fOfHT. BRAprORO I ,
!
.. : PHONE A. Clerk of ...Id Court. "OIll'lTrFLOR'UA' IW! tHAM- Greailn.T'
offices will explain the difference John J. Henderson, Esq, Solicitorfor CEnT- f

Our local funeral home enables' us to- '.' with respect to the amount payable Plaintiff. '-l 4t I-J1 Mary Albert D. O.Maiaay Maaser, ;.r: :'"n\\.tt.C.v... Temple &: Lake I

offer convenlrncfti a n el services not J. duration veterans and expiration then IM rinrriT COUNT iiRADFonnrotTf. No ORDER U1I. OF PUBLICATION EANER Service Station I i

itherwue available. rights. The may ri'OHIUAl INScary. IIIAM- AND NOTICE TO APPEAR I
elect the law under which( he desires .' 8TATK OF FLORIDA to Mary Starke Phone 179
Rose Joseph Forester, Plaintiff, .... n. Massey whose resilience. and eu. 110 Washington St. 8
furnish the higbmatt'peservice: at the lowest prtees arjPt to file his claim. Emory B Forester, sfenaant.. 4resa la; (II Lawrenve Street Mar. I

Case No. 514$. ,T Oeorsla..
ANT "tta
life InsuV &r ANY com
policy In force. Issued by ORDElt miS' PUBLICATION You are required to appear onSeptember

'. ** payiMat.! tu: art..OI' la full on a fuxraL Consultation Survivors Of Vets AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR K, 1947, In the ..bov.n..m..d .
. STATE OF FLORIDA to Errtpr Court and cause, wherein '
H BO oblljamon" ,,% Due Benefits Under R. Foreater whose resldeno I la: ". plaintIff seeks dlrori-e. Hradfordouaty (Expert UPHOLSTERING
; Carolina Hotel Court Street Oreen- shall publish. this

Security vIII., Houth Carolina. Order .In next four weekly. Issues.Witness .
-1 Social You are required to appear on my. hand and offlolal SLIP COVERS VENETIAN BLINDS I '
i September I. 1947 1 In the above .sal at Htarlce, Florida this A..-

If a World War II veteran dies named Court and causa, wherein j.trhlrTJIC"L: MATTRESSES New and Renovated CAN
Plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford I ) A. J Tao"", ... i
within three years after dischargehis Counly Telegraph hail publish thla : Aa Clerk of said Court. I
survivors may be entitled to Order In neat four weekly lanuee. Rv Lucille ('. Conner. I'). n.CIo..I. VAS AWNINGS Cwnplete! or Recover J I
Witness my hand and .officialseal .. H Htss. JIM-OS Realty nidsj
benefits under the 1946 amendments at Starke, Florida this July ai'ksonvllla '.Fla.
Us A Card And We Will Be Glad
the Social Security Act. At.y. for Pit. 5.11 .t IIEs Drop
to :OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas, -

This bit of information was As Clerk of aId Court. riRcrrr ('."R.... HHADFORDrouvrr. To Give You An Estimate !
Albert LeeCrosby Joseph K Skipper, Law Hachange ,
by i.v HAN
.
out yesterday H.UHIUAI
given ,
Bid*.. Jacksonville. Fla .
Bradford County service I" iJIsorter. rnur.laorsje -
t
AU" for Pit. -
( C. Morsjan. Plaintiff va.
___________ r.tt\rr.\ following his recent conference Mae Cecilia Muritan Defendant I McGriff Brothers

with Joe Verri. field of. : OF II.ICTI"! Case N". 5585. ,
I. Charles A. Darby Mayor ofStark. OMI)5I: tip' PUflLlt"ATION I '
floe manager with the Social Security .. Florida' by m".I' of thaauthority *.r> N""' IC" "n APPEAR [Gainesville Corner South Oak and East McCormiek]
: .I ..
M.
C In Gaines- veated .In by law do STATE OF FLORIDA tot
Administration
hereby raIl an election to lie held Mae Cecilia Mursan ...h".. reel. P. O. Box 519 Phone 1031
ville. at the City Hall In the aforessldtown dance and address las lw Vineyard i
whether the by trio qualified voters onTuesday. Avenue, Yonkers, New York.
"It Is immaterial September: Cob is.1. for Yi.u are required to appear on ', .
a veteran has ever worked or ha the purpose of electing the followInaT ".,,'.mb.r It, 1947 In the aStor
_ I tax" offlrer: named Court and cause) wherein
social security
C ever paid any One Mayor plaintiff aeeks divorce., Bradford
stated. "His minor child On. rierk. T..u..., Ta* 'ounty shall publish this ;
Crosby to compensation A........ and Tag Collector, Order T.I'.f.h' weekly I issues.Witness EARN While You LEARN to FLY t,
may be entitled One Maranall. .. my sunS and ofrreta.1ea.1 I
'I
until the age of 18 or. If no children Two Aldermen for two years at Stark, Florida thla Au.-

parents may On. Alderman for one year, un- "jVrVlAY/MAU I
his dependent A. M. Thomaa
expired term.Inepeciors ( t
entitled to benefit" of said election: f B.: A. Clerk of paid Court.neat's "
be On The G. I. BILL of RIGHTS ,
Mr. Crosby requests that any parks fluidS ,F.R. Q F. Pemoreet.Hemingway U, A.O.Rsn-B.

survivors of veterans Who have R".nof.' ._, .
whereof I hereunto.subscribe t
either In testimony
for !1YOl7 since discharge contact name and the
:quicker easier cooking died mr rauae ..
in the courthouse or the seal of the aald town to h. hereunto -' "*
his office Administration I IFI.I.I I, ..Itl.ed, "". Silt day of.1
4Jh T/JX wow We for the following .
Security TO
too. and Social D. SOMETHING are now Approved
I
en raally' enjoy Come in today Galne8VtII".1
Office Box 42. J /OFFICIAL SEAL) Chas A. Darby '1
COoItIl1I1> with uu. "i>iOTir..." all 48 features that every is located I Flavor.A1'TrsT. courses:

Iae.op.At.d Tho bousewjf.wantalflhZflOdsmCiCCIilSfrRflqslllUstrat.d The Gainesville office fart: John- Basic Ground e Primary and Advanced !tW1
.
eaga. | ., 9Io'TICH
It .
& and learn about the at 123 North Garden St. city Clerk. Flying Also' Private Commercial I
range .
< advsntagesofPyrofax'gaa ... .. or ,Pri.iTIO'" roft'rev and Flight.I I Instructor rY
10MpecialJ.J" doaiCaed for I. ""RC'I IF rOI.R... IIA \ .oM"1 I r-.IIJ!: I __ _

1It;;; spe.dy cooking for cooking-waUr beating ('OI..TY... VLOISMIOl I. <<. ...... IiI ".. 151NOTIrP. Course. Approval No. 5650. se.-. .::,-... ,
( My. : l 14 HERESY ,.HVe-r.IIt.t::
Iz. -:. kf-: ; refrigeration.r DavId F HIIt"n. B.D.r.nd..nt.. Pialntltt Case VS. I 1 :)f. r. Wlstsrln' *. the holder of the.1j I

!.t jTOf.'ir".io C1aet odera-11 .'_ No LoUIS'11134onD5R W. tlilton.0... ptB'tICATIOPI! !I I j certificates followlnacertificate. thereon.for a'..Tha.has deed.fMed.."lIrl".1nllmb. to paid be'Issued I Class Room Instruction Tues. & Thurs. ;" J .

,U combi N47ri'Ft Tn APPIIAR .........
.. ANn LOU .. of I. the Nights 7:30 P. M. i'
to'
bon
-0101"11 $ BTATBATHLETES' or FLORIOA ., ".
!
SSft.'L\K
JGlir3blta ''I'1 K \ u'yS. S...SAC.'rrncfaT.l0lio. OUR SRVICII
time a day. ; ITCH : G000
SU'ERIOR lomw GAS SErViCe :J FOOT I I 11 Tear .f ,.. CONWAY.LIBBY U.FLY.IT SERVICE I
TO STOP flMAE5MIETEST A. D. I VIA.DescrTo'lon .
HOW "Ii property Iota t. 4.
PHONE 117 Olt 32C.ONLkY
150WE
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Co. Inc. } II. lit Lots I. 3. I, fOISt
Hardware & Furniture Gee ft.OL at ewe drami etare f Z 2.It 4*. Lo"I of fOlk IS A. L..< .( ) : AIRPARK(

... poWUlFtlL pgrrTLATIT4G 5eab .. I Blk' 13 1 Town of Mew Hire Be1 I
Phone Trenton Fla. WII,1., n'UNGT1L KIW.0..1 I II lit 14. V.wnabip' bulk. .
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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TEI.EGHAPII, !bTARKE. FLORIDA FRIIy"G

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Teachers Ready Some think they "prefer Florida's north I As flv Clerk Liicllla'C.of said!Conner Court., T>. R. A. Clerk .,f "Old ,

Gen Lowry Sees Greater Use'of Camp : winds to Boston's Easterlies" in I William I>. Morgan Fifth Floor By Lucille, i' ,' 'rt
; .
Uliltr. JackHonvlllo Kin. T. Frank n ,
; i For Two WeeksOf winter. They aren't quite sure Clark undl' ,''In
|lAity, for rif. 8-81! 4t 9-lJ A t tV. for Pir "lrk, p

Pre-Planning By National Guard Next Summer ,i Just they what surely! crops are to getting plan now lots, but at I IN riiiri'iT COUIIT.- BRiDPonnCO '.It"!

\ them I'Hi' TV. FLOIUI1AI IN CHAN
Fulfilling requirement* of the seed in the dirt. We wish UE.\I.
*'Y. EST
new Florida school law, the first I all sorts of good luck! JuflJ? A. McMlcha!, ;Jr.' Plaintiff .tIE
{ By Lt. II. O. InjraIn All National Guard units In the : last weekend -I VM. onHtnnie P. McMlchael, Defen List Your propprty
.
Kate Sheppard spent ror
pre-school planning conference dant. Cane No. 5904ORDER with ml" I
Etate will participate in next summer' !!!, at home. She has three more lIa\'e
OF PUBLICATION IIold
t will get under way In the USO Picked men from the Starke National pIeces or
two-week school at weeks In Gainesville summer AND NOTICK TO APPBAR Property
aM: building here Monday morning at Guard company left for the Camp I STATE OP FLORIDA to: MmOniiBtanoe many Pro"I"'fl\'e" IIIId
9 o'clock. A detailed! schedule of three-day school of Instruction at; Blandlng Major General Sumter 'Punldn'I: school. I*. MeMlchael,, 1028 South square' deal I, bu ""

too two-week period starting August Camp Blandlng on August 13, arriving L. Lowry commander of the Slat Mrs. E. C. Priest is enjoyinga lath You Street are required Birmingham to appear Alabama on fair commissioquire. RUlll'ant""d IA ,

i4; 2$ and ruunlng through Sep- In camp the same afternoon Infantry Division told the Telegraph 'I : : brand new gas range. It'. moat September 19, 1047, In the above nam A. a ,all thlll l
19, 1947, In abovenamed
+ the
tember 5, was sent to teachers of In time to register and, receive to hot to enjoy the big gas heater September Court and cause, wherein Realty Board nWlnlll'r 0//
in interview
last
i : Bradford High and the Starke and billeting and mess assignments. an Satur- that came along with It, but how plaintiff .."ek. divorce. Bradford assured that You 11II1
Classes day. Although special groups will nice It looks! The County Telegraph' shall publlah this I "111"11'
Hampton elementary schools this started on the morning .. >: two pieces came Order in next four weekly Indues j you to the ..H-H ,?

week by Chaa. S. Partln supervising of the 14th with an orientation I undergo training practically_ year Saturday as a complete surprise Witness my hand and official" N. D. W.U II.f

principal of EHS, and GraceW. program Introduced by Lt. Col I'round next summer's.' school, will : : to her. But she readily admits Deal at Starke, Florida this August Raltor. ."RIGIJ'I',

Osborne, Starke elementary J. H. Meyer, the regular army 'Involve "several thousand men", those are the kind of surprises she 21.OFFICIAL 1047. SEAL) A. J. Thomas. '; Phone, I

principal Instructor In charge of training. : likes.
the General stated. .
During the first week the following -i Incidentally, Lt. Col. Meyer started ', ,
his Initial military training as Popularly referred to as the
events have 120 Still
outstanding I LookingFor
National Guardsman with the "daddy" of Camp Standing, the .' i
a \ R.
been scheduled I B. Alvarez
: \1
Monday 9.15: -.Consultation with Starke company back In 1935 and tall, spare veteran officer talked j :, ; Jobs In Bradford, & So

through stages /gradually worked to a Telegraph reporter during a
'
Dean G. Mallard Simmons Gaines I Mrs. Rodman States
hurried Interval between classes
himself through West Point and .E'

ville. hence to his present position. on the final day of latit week's. Unemployment Transfer &

Tuesday 9:15: -Services of the Brig. Gen. Marie Lance State National Guard School. He'en-j payments in Bradford Compensation County, Storage! Co
County Health Unit to be dla- thualastlcally described plans for:
Adjutant General, served as master amounting to $44 were made to
eU811ed by Dr. A. Y.' Covlngton, making Blanding the outstanding .. ... .
of ceremonies for brief .
a pro- three and Phone
two men one
persons
9105<>
Mrs. Arltn McKnlght, ,' and W. W. recreation area for :members of Moving aad
,1I Thurmait. ''. gram In which several veteran the Guard as a further Incentivefor Some folks need a book of, woman, during the week ending
Guardsmen made short talks.Amonsr August 2, Mrs. Helen Rodman,, Stra
9/15/ rules-and a lot of fancy tools for
Wednesday -"The Child and enlistment. We Operate Local
these were Mai. Gen. Sum- Manager of the Gainesville office and Long n'
! --r Hi School", Or, Clara'Olson. I ter commander of the 51st He urged citizens of Starke to their gardening efforts: but Aunt -
Lowry, tance
of the Florida State Employment Anywhere In The
!'tM 9:15-"Guldanc.' In Silbia Scott local negress who State
Thursday I I "boost"
Division, and Brig. Gen. Jos. C. Blanding for the economic Service announced this week in
the School Program", Dr. L. U.I lives in Knight's Quarters, "Just; Florida.
Hutchiiuon, commander of the good It will do the community. the situation
discussing employment -
I : .IrI throws the seeds out of the back
I I1 : Wheat. 48th Division. General Lowry "Camp Blanding once Aided StarkeIn door", and look what happens in the county. Also Hauling Anywhere In Starke City LtznjPr
9 l-Discussion of "
Friday : material brought the hotfse down when he a big way financially he stat
a pumpkin 46 inches In diameter! Mrs. Rodman tated that in
presented by Dr. Wheat with asked the audience If there was ed, "and now Blanding needs the
That's Aunt, Sllbta's grandson, Bradford County 120 persons were
:
tIr the local situation In mind. of
anyone present who went to Mexico backing your people as a National '
Eddie Stone astride the giant'punkin" still looking for jobs at the beginning -
y The program during the second with him In 1916. After that Guard camp. If Blanding

week will be Interrupted on Thursday there was no doubt that he was grows, Starke will grow" and no doubt he's think- of August many of whom I I
v ing about all those luscious pies are not eligible for unemployment
$ 4 for the
Sept. registration the oldest member present of the General Lowry Is warmly remembered -
4 his granny will start to make insurance. Workers ineligible are
of students.
Florida National Guard.
here as the man who when "the frost Is on the vine". those who in the last year or two -" --
1 Bach day's program begins at The next four hours were devoted d.fccovered" the Kingsley Lake have worked exclusively on farms, I ..:,. >

r ; 9 a. m. and closes at 5 p. m. to military Instruction under site and finally convinced the C C C C a e C S In domestic service, for the Government I Ir +

the direction of regular army of. Armory Board that It was the for non-profit organizations -

ikJ1. BHS Band Practice fleers who knew their subjects 'logical place for a new National New River or for firms with fewer than '
well. Then came a very InterestIng Juard'Camp. The site of old I
eight employees.
Called
By Bates period dealing with new Camp Foster, near Jacksonville By Jessie Lee Luzrnby "
Any who Is looking fora
14. A. W. Bates director of the BHS weapons developed by the army was being taken over for the S e C C S S C C C job should person visit the Employment
-
since most of the men present had Naval Base. The original National L i
Band, this week Issued a call for SING AND REVIVALWe Service office at the American _
been discharged. Guard area was purchased by _
two pre-school practices-the first are all looking forward to 1 Legion hall In Starke an Thursday _
4'' on Tuesday, Aug. 26, and the second After this class the attending the Armory Board for $750,000 the Bradford County Sing which morning; and talk over his Itt
In 1938, and the soundness of Gen-
on Thursday, Aug. 28. Both personnel was broken down Into will be held Sunday afternoon at qualifications and experience with -
..
groups according to the type of tral Lowry's choice was indicated : ::. .. ,
sessions will be held starting at the New River Baptist Church. a trained Interviewer. Any employer
9 a. m. In the old school audi- Instruction taken. There were when the Government took over Everyone is Invited to come. who needs workers may / \ \ '. U
for and at peak periods had as manyas .
4 courses Field Grade Officers .
torium. Sunday night the Rev. Mott and visit that address or telephone \ .

Mr. Dates states that the band Company and Battery" Commanders 60,000 men in training there. Truby Parrish will begin their Gainesville 1278 and place his job __ ._.,

iJV4 suffered heavy losses through Personnel Officers Care General Lowry was chairman of revival meeting at the New River orders. 4'j\

4 graduation and other causes last takers First Sergeants, Motor. the Gulf Life Insurance Co, presi- Baptist Church. 4 ree.... \ :,, For Your DREAMLIKE*
Sergeants and Motor Officers, dent of the Jacksonville Chamberof *
::
year, and he ia faced with shapingup Gene Andrews was home over NOTICEDear
a practically new organizationwith Communications Officers and Sergeants Commerce, and member of the the weekend. He Is now employed F JE\ Kitchen Choose A ,Moieri

and others. Armory Board before the war. He Voters: I am a candidatefor 1 1
beginners.All \
In the State Forestry In Gaines- iU Streamlined GAS RangeVJ .
students who are InterestedIn All personnel attended a course served as artillery officer of the ville. Chief of Police in the City '.. .,'..'i,,.' :.
dealing with the calling out of 31st Division In the Southwest Election to be held Sept.! 9. After playing with the. Band during Eustlce Lee Kelly has re-entered '.<, Designed to take .Its,. place.
the Pacific during the and at .:' ;: .
Guard for state war "
: emergencies.It serving seven the force,
t'1e' school the of Florida at years on :: : : :
next term to University *
are
urged ,
: .M
: : and In
q'" :+ ; efficiently the brand
resides in new c
[ was present Tampa wherehe I II
ret with Mr. Bates next week. emphatically stated that Gainesville this semester I feel that I am qualified for- the .,
troops on State duty are subordinate is chairman of the Bushnell Mary L. Andrews has returned I office and if elected I will serve modernized kitchen you. may be pnlng.

to sheriffs and other local law Steel Industries. home from a weeks' visit with her the public to the best of my II'
Designed" to bring you new freedom nnr conmiltm
enforcement agencies with whom Under the present, setup, Flor cousin, Joan Moreland of Jack- ability. Your vote and support ""

:: W.C.T.U. they work and should take orders ida's 211th Infantry. a part of sonville. will be greatly appreciated. |I and new beauty! ,_to your present kitchen too*., \;\ > ''''

from them. the Blst Division Mr and Mrs. R. J. Turner and (Adv.) Ben C. Holtzendorf.N /I''
(commanded by
If one wanttt" to get to a At the conclusion of the last ... family enjoyed the weekend fish CHOOSE A RANGE FROM ROSIER BROTrtT}
General Lowry) together with
t crooked path Just follow the class on Saturdayevening the Guardsmen from South Carolina ing in Orange Springs. OTICE. Enjoy All The Hot Water Yon Want -'vj::$
directions of a cork screw. troops were paid. A schedule for
(The ,National Prohibitionist) paying according to units was and Florida's 124th Infantry Is Jacksonville Geraldine Merritt with her is brotherInlaw visiting in To my friends of the City of You Want It At Any Time With A DAJrf/
-
part of the 48th Division, which Starke: NIGHT Automatic Hot Water Heater. 100 Pc.
posted well ahead of time and sev- and sister, Mr. and Mrs.! Dick
L also contains Guardsmen from I have decided to enter the race cent Automatic Control.
;
: eral remarks were heard during Carroll. The Carrolls and Geraldine "
"
Georgia. for the office of Chief of Police.
the 4
about
the'
process efficiencyof just completed a 700 mile
the encampment. It seems thatas trip to Orlando Lakeland, St. t began working extra on the ONE-THIRD DOWN AND UP TO 18 MONTHS 'V(

a crowning achievement the 23 Meet Coach Petersburg and other points in been force three years, ago and have PAY BALANCE ON GAS APPLIANCES & TASKS
the of
paying officers were about 30 For l South Florida. While In Orlando employed by City
ProSchpelPractice Starke as a regular policeman two
minutes ahead of the pay schedule they: visited Louis Drake who Is In
sr1 S
SSn r
rssrs fl Srrsrflsr4 rJratr
years. I feel that. I am qualifiedto
all the way through. This In the state hospital there..
discharge the duties of the of-
itself was to make several
enough
Ancel. Tony Edna and Marvin
members remark that the whole Twenty-three gridiron hopefuls fetstone of Brooker were visiting fice of Chief of Police.

school was well organized. met Coach N. Carson Geiger at friends here Sunday afternoon. Your vote aad support win be ROSIER BROS. GAS CO.

: BHS Monday for the first session greatly,appreciated.
In addition to officers and non- Frank Merritt Is giving a working -
of the gruelling practices which Yours sincerely,
coms of the local Wednesday week to tear down
.. Headquarters will be necessary if the Tornadoes R. V. Alvarez. Phone 782-W Box 268 Starke, Fla..
Company Starke was representedat his present home which Is a
10'PCA! \ UP EVV.VfttlNC> the school by :MaJ. H. C. Wall placAa winning team In the field wooden frame house. He plane
ThAI' OPMAOe$ TIIU.S...... this fall. VOTE for STRONG .
and :MaJ. T. T. Long who were I to build a 6-room block house In
? pOM CI\t WI WILL. Lettermen who answered CoachGeiger's _
1r enrolled in Its place. rs 4-sr t
, _C the FleW Grade Officers harley F. Strong, Starke's lending rsssrrrtsSsrg-jgj-jj- t S S
call McRae
were Jimmy
,
Carl Thomas Harold
School. Shiver
Vwe'Il Keep on The camp was undeathe direc- Drew Reddish, John Rivers, Kenneth Joe Moody and Jack: Butler were will be jeweler candidate, announce that he '
a for Councilman
City Happy Days
tion of Lt. Col. Harry 'Lewis. Grider, and William Andrews working with the RCA in May hi the Sept. 9 election. '' -
Prominent among the "a1Nlolntees"were last weekend. :

Alfred BobbyFraser and SpenceI'CreW1l. Tom Kerce visited with his ua Ie Having had experience In Atlanta '; '

1 utoFountain Thomas: and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Ranee city government prior to his 'Vlli rrj'l

1 Madison & Walnut St. Buried At DedanAlfred 'Coach Geiger states that It Is Petty, In RAlford last week. coming to Starke In 1941, he says 1 J: "' ..'
that with
: Starke, -:- Fla Imperative for all boys wtio Intend Wednesday afternoon of last progressivebusiness With The iil Jl. t'Sdtool;
Thomas SB, died :Monday to play football this year to week Mrs. E. C. Priest and Mrs.T. men ,with actual executive experience '
.. the leaders You Will N< August 11. at his home near of your city .
come out for the pre-echool practice H. Shepherd attended the fun-
--1
".- - Brooker. _alon.. Those who wait until eral of their brether-In-law. W. government, Starke can, and will. J1ki; : .,SLAzkeYoerr !

Mr. Thomas was born In Homer school starts to come out will B. Holllngsworth of Fort White. continue to grow and prosper.We Large .

: STRONG COMICS vllle, Ga., in 1S87 and moved t* not have sufficient time to get Into Jessie Lee Lacenby began her have all the qualification Selection. !IQW, '

Bradford County In his early shape before th. first game and I pre-.chool planning In the Lake of bring able t* maintain a !SOLID!! 'I""" .' II. ''F
S
,4\\ :
: Different,Each,Week childhood. He was married to will not be.allowed to play he explained. -I Butler school Monday.Mr. I CITY GOVERNMENT: which, to 'f) / Sehofl : I.uJ4t

,; t WATCH The Kim Viola Carter of Brooker In : I and Mrs. .Thothaa Tarner so necessary' now. We 'on't want Lartfi jPe h rne s

) Happenings 1912 and became a member of BieJoatdrsln Practices are called each afternoon and son Jerry ol Wildwood spent 1 to qoaMnne\ paying Camp Blandtag. 7. ,

Baptist Church a short at 3 o'clock. ;Wednesday night with their.unole I ta_ It's peacetime sow, nays q '* Nota BOO1 '&: FUIersujfIuI

r1 time before his death. !and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Turner. Strong. LOT'S GET DOWN TO ,J ', J ji1, :

He Is survived by hto WIdow SOLID EARTh on these matters. Book Straps "

M.... Rachel Thomas and two Rites Thursday Mr. and Mrs Alvin Kite and VOTE FOR !STRONG!!

daughters, Mrs. Lena Brown of For Mrs. Stores 'children visited Mr. and Mrs. YOU CAN'T GO WRONG -t1:4: Lunch Kits

Starke and Mrs. Anita Hawanlta Charley McKinney of Starke Sun- (Paid PoUUoal Adv.) I Index Cards

of Mtaail., Mr*. Katherine HoweU Stokes, day. ,
uv cracvrr COURT. I
Funeral services were held Wednesday 23, died Wednesday at her home Miss Cosette Sapp of Jackson- eOII''ITY. F1-OBID* .a"o"o"o.8 CRAN File Cards

afternoon, August 13, In near Brookr. She was the daughter ville was the weekend !guest of Oladys er.RY.Williamson -

t : Dedan Cemetery with the Rev. C. of .1. W. and Rosetta Howetl her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. A. ".. OU. Oren v"n"Varnea.!' V.tend."t.plaintiff. .,2 Gummed Reinforcements

A. Crosby officiating. Key McCabe of Santa Fe and was a native of Sapp. Case NO. 187. '"I

Funeral Home was In charge Alachua County. Mrs. Fred Francis of Ft. Myers AND ORDER NOTICPJ OK- PirUUCATTOV TO APPEAR : Pens and Pencils, I?' .

of arrangements. In addition, to her husband and U visiting her parents Mr. and ,Oren STATE Vern.! .Of. whoae FLORIDA residence to:,U Otis onI .' Penholders < '
Pallbearers
were his neoheW1l.I parents she Is survived by a Mrs. E. C. Sapp.EdwardSheppard. I I n.wn.You. .
.. I Marcus Thomas, Alfred Thomas, I are required. to a.p.ar and
started to on
daughter. Aline Parker Waterman
; two brother. ir"
,
I .a.pt.mb.r ft. tiMT. In the above :
Guy Parrlsh. Robert Green. E. W. Johnny and George Howell Santa work with Red Alvarez In Stacks! named. Conrt and cause, wh.r.'ln Sheaffer Inks
lodge and Amos Carlion.Employment plaintiff ...h* dlTorc. .,? "1
\bitwantto sit ink\ lightanh' Fa; and two sisters, Mrs.\ Collie. Monday. I j C oontjr T.l..ar.ph .hall publlnh Bradford. thl. .
k Wlggim of Jacksonville and Mrs. Among those enjoying "The .' Ord.r 'In next four weekly 1 Imuoi. Colored Chalk .

time since Ibou Kt OfficeIn ;Mildred Duke. Santa Fe. I Yearling" in Starka Sunday night(I at Witness Stark, niv Florida hand, and ClUe official Auut MM 15., @ "
White
/ Chalk
W. M. 1947.I ,
Funeral services I were Johns Mr. and Mrs.B
: '\ Legion HallRepresentatives were conducted A. Sapp. LtsUe and Joe I OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thotnan.j .
!ktN6 from- Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clockIn Sapp. A. Clerk or said Court. Crayolas
and Jon Lazenby. I Re Lucille 1', Conn.r. D. C.
, of the U. S. the Dedan BapUst Church with Robert H. '
Dun".n.
Employment Service. who have the Rev. Herbert Moody officiat "Pledger Johns and family are JrkoflyIlie. Florida, Lynck Bid.. %._ And many other..items for use

Harley Strong been meeting the public In the ing. Arrangements were under enjoying a brand new Chevrolet Atty. for Pit. a-u 4t 511Sr. '

armory building every Thursday, the direction of Thomas Funeral truck. Looks mighty good! I !'. e'RrUI' COI'R"-'. Ra"OrORD in the school room.

c :' Gift Headquarters announce that they will have Home Gainesville. Miss Ida Merrltt is visiting her S'rw coi'n'y.ry. "LORIO". l
quarters from now on In the sisters, Mrs. LlnnU Drake and M. Andre. Plaintiff ... See our show windows* or
In Jewelry American Mrs. Lettie Huckleby In Lakeland, WIIII.m ;I. Andrea, D f.ndant. Caa.
Legion Hall on West C.IRD OF THANKS NO. S90Z. rii'I. *
Call Street and Ocala respectively. OKUER / ter still us a
pay
each
f
Thursday PUBLICATION
mornIng -
We wish I
thank
Large Selection of from 9:30: to 1230. to each and Mr. and Mr. C. It. Schubarth ANn NOTIPB TO APf\FI_R .' from () 1
:
every one for their kindness and BTATR OF FLORIDA to William make selection
Diamonds and Mountings your
and children
Emily. Stephen and ;I Andrea. who.. "....hn... !Is: .i$ ..
l
: sympathy throughout the Ulness Christopher. are newcomers to Wardell. 8tr..t, Lens Branch New counters.
Finest! Selection of Watches Cemetery orking and death of our beloved father our J.n.,
community. We are very I.f Ton'are require In .""..,
And. Jewelry Gifts in and hanband Alfred Thomas. Wa glad. to have them. They came ffeptember' 22. 147. In the above nn
Starke There will be a working at the especially wish to thank Dr.AdJrns from nanwd. Court and _...., wh.r.ln
Sapp Boston. Mass. and have purchased plaintiff' ....ke dlrnrte. STORE
Cemetery near Raiford Bradford
on and Dr. Preston for their the .T. I.,, Lavender place i,County Telegraph! >hall puhtlxh this KOCH DRUG
137 W. Call Phone 153 Tuesday, Aug. 26. Pleaaa bring kindness and also appreciate the on |(,Order In next four weekly. l I..u....
H.ghway 100. have bean ..
tool to work, *h. They i Wit" my hand and official. '
-M. J. CL Jones. I floral offerings.: completely absorbed In planting' !2.5t.at1' *.. 'lorldaAiiauat; Starke Florida
I I -The Family. and other outside '
x j chorea. They (OFFICIAL SEAL), .t.l. Thomas,

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Mi '' "r h FAG& EIGHT BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, !bTARKE. FLORIDA R7tID,iY, AtGtT

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m Teachers Ready Gen. Sees Greater Use'of Camp' Some ''Punkin winds think they to Boston's"prefer Florida's Easterlies"north In I I I( William Ai Bv Clerk iM'nif'C:n.of Haiti Morgan Conner.Court., Fifth t>. C. Floor By As Lucille Clerk ",.f. ,'aid. ,. 'to o

Lowry sure Clnrk Kltlir./ Jacksonville. Kin T. Frank L ndl?, cAtty
Isr ? q For Two WeeksOf winter. They aren't quite 1([Ally for Plf. 8.ZJ 4t 9-U for Pim Ivkal
I
Just what crops to plan now, but : h

Pre-Planning Bv National Guard Next Summer they surely are getting lots of IIre (inmiT' COVIIT, BRADFORD 4
seed In the dirt. We wish them (rnll' ''I..tr ri.tiiiiuAi if CHAN.Julla'n UE.\L

pA ? Fulfilling requirements of the I fI all sorts of good luck! contr.A. IMcMlchnel. Jr., Plaintiff, List EST.\TE

new Florida school law the fIrst All National Guard units In the weekend VH. fonxtanc P. MrMlchutfl, Defen jour propertj
By Lt. II. II. tnitrtun Kate Shpppard ppent last dant. Case N.... (D04 with me. I bare lor
pre-school planning conference State will participate In next lummer' at home She has three more ORDER OF PUBLICATION Piece of pb'
will under !In the USO Picked men from the Starke Na AND NOTICE TO APPEAR property
get way weeks In Gainesville summer so'4
at tlonal Guard company left for the .. two-week school at Camp HTATI5 OF FLORIDA to MmCnnntHmi many. ProRIf'l.tlve!
here morning
building Monday school. P. RfcM luhavl, 102H South burn) ,
9 o'clock. A detailed schedule of three-day school of Instruction at Blandlng, Major General Sumter k 20th Street* Birmingham. Alabama.You square deal i I., guarsllt.t
, Camp Blandlng on August 13, arriving L. Lowry, commander of the Blst Mrs. E. C. Priest Is enjoyinga I are required in appear onSeptember fair ('"mml""lun" I. alllbill
U'a most 19, 1947 In the above nam
brand
new gas range. : qul"- All
August ; In camp the same afternoonIn Division, told the T.IA t 19, 1947, In the above a menlhr""
Infantry
8nptmher
time to register and receive .w hot r,v .n tAV th. hia- ass heater _____A n__. ---h. Realty Board q'"
1 0
II
,
graph In an Interview Is mli
,+ r Bradford High and the Starke and billeting and mess assignments
Hampton elementary schools this Classes started on the morningof day. Although special g-

( i a week by Chas S. Partin, supervising the 14th with an orientation undergo training practk

t"i ,d principal of BHS and GraceW. program Introduced by Lt. Col. 'round, next summer's<

g Osborne, Starke elementary J. H. Meyer, the 'regular army Involve "several thousa
instructor in charge of training .
(h
( a principal. the General stated
Incidentally, Lt Col. Meyer started -
' +
During the first week the following '
I
referred t ,
Popularly .
his Initial military training ai .' ,
l R, outstanding' events have a National Guardsman with the "daddy" of Camp Slat .

been scheduled: : Starke company back In 1935: and tall, spare veteran offltto .1

ti + g .4 Monday 0.15: -Consultation with through stages gradually worked a Telegraph reportel

.Dean O. Ballard Simmons GaInes- himself through West Point and hurried Interval betwel .

4, gi 1 ( vllo.dt7r hence to his present position.. I on the final day of la y

: Tuesday 9-15: Services of the State' National Guard School .. ., io'r";! : '
Marlr Lance
/ Brig: Gen. .
Jlf.
Health Unit" to be dls- thuBlastlcally described '
County "ii,
Adjutant General!, served as master -
a cussed by Dr. Ai Y.' Covlngton making Blandlng the a :
of ceremonies for a brief program "'
,
.
Arlln and W. W. recreation for rai : .
Mrs. McJCnlght, area '" '
which several veteran '
in "
q' Thunnaaj. *' Guardsmen! made short talks. the Guard as a furthe) ',,, : : (

s Wednesday 9:15: -'"The' Child and Among these were Maj. Gen. Sum- for enlistment i \ /

Kin School", Dr; Clara Olson. ter Lowry, commander of the lUst He urged cltlrens of,; ;

t 'r Thursday 9.15: "Guidance t In Division, and Brig. Gen. Jos. C. "boost" Blanding for th .,

the School Program", Dr. U B. Hutchinson, commander of the good It will do the e '".

Wheat. 48th Division. General Lowry "Camp Blandlng once al "
H.
Friday 1 9.15: -Dtscuaslon of material brought the house/ down when he In a big way financially! ";, : ,; .

m presented by Dr. Wheat wIth asked the audience if there was ed, "and now Blanding ,,' .' :..1'' .

J + s the local situation In mind. anyone present who went to Mex backing of your people i:' .,f..k o p oi i8U ;.. 1:

'p f !; The program during the second ico with him In 1916. After that tlonal Guard camp. 13 -., ', d ,I

week will be Interrupted on Thursday there was no doubt that he was grows, Starke will grt .. .R's;' !

4 i '} Sept. 4, for the registration the oldest member present of the General Lowry Is v "". ,' ;, ,. ,

i of students. Florida National Guard. membered here as the t' I., ,
,;!.;.. n K
d I Bach day's program begins at The next four hours were devoted .covered" the King .
'
.
''L 9 a. m. and closes at 5 p. m. to military Instruction under /ilt'e and finally) convL ,\ .r...

M i the direction of regular army of. Armory Board that It I'. ,.'
"'' z i logical place for a nv .. '
.
; BHS Band Practice fivers who knew their subjects "' t
: ,
'Guard"Camp. The sit .
well. Then came a InterestIng -
very
T1' > 'r /
+ Called By BatesA. period dealing with new Camp Foster, near J ;;: ..,'.!Ii.;::.J.' '1Ii.'",, .._ .,1' '

weapons developed by the army was being taken over ,,., ,;
"
I W. Bates, director of the BUS 'r," I II&
Naval Base. The
since most of the men present had origt '" .',. ,
Band; this week IsHued a call for i.. '
? been discharged.After al Guard area was pt : t J
4 two preschool practices-the first the Armory Board fin ; } ,.f,": } U

tjt on Tuesday Aug. 26, and the sec this class the attending 1938, and the sound ',;''':' lj '
and! 28. Both personnel was broken down Into '. .
; ? on Thursday, Aug. ',:;
tral choice
Lowry's wi .
groups according to the type of .
suasions will be held starting at Governmentand ,/
+t4 taken. There when the ;
Instruction were ,
1 {
9 in the old school audi- ;
a. m. '
,
at peak periods hi< 'r' ... ,
courses for Field Grade Officers. 1
y' torlum. ",::, ..
as BOOOO men in train '' "
and Commanders
Company( Battery '
Mr. Bates states that the bam ;1 ,,
<, ::
General 'a
Personnel Officers Care- Lowry was I
,
l t FS suffered heavy losses through! takers, First Sergeants, Motor the Gulf Life Insuranc; ;,1 .

} graduation and other causes last Sergeants, and Motor Officers dent of the Jacksonvl .. f""', '
T and he Is faced wltn shapingup .'
:year
Communications Officers and Sergeants of Commerce, and me 1.1,,
a practically new organization e I ,p
and others. Armory Board before .
J ; with beginners. served oi. ', -J ,
All personnel attended a course as artillery :
All students who are Interested Slat Division in tM 'I ,
t o dealing with the calling out of .1 '
In playing with the Band during Pacific during the t tpresent ,. 't' '. .1**
the Guard for state \ .
emergencies.It 1 '
; t'ie next school term are urged to '''. .. ; t.' I' '
V I "
was emphatically stated that resides In T ..' ii' \ ;' ,
,fit al meet with Mr. Bates next week. troops on State duty are subordinate he is chairman of f. ',' '-' :"' t U.f.. ;h., '.

to sheriffs and other local law Steel Industries. 7 ,;' ,<. .:- :. :' J: \-It! io
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enforcement agencies with whom Under the present' .. .--, ,. "Jil .. .' .. r'r': :" '". l' V
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.tit'Ida' o1/t/ .' } '
W.C.T.U. they work and should take ordera 211th Infantry or ''If '!>;.,,- (r..fr. 1 ... .
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from them. ..... .., ;L" > ,r"
t the .Slat Division! (cot! .". ('I,. ,..': .",<, < ; ,
,, If ooo wants to g+t Ineroi a ,At the conclusion of the last General 4 <\ 'i""i2' "..' "
)
n Lowry tog : !
I ,kecl path Just follow they class on Saturday'.evening the Guardsmen from Sot ..,' """" ; \. '" r.J,, _"., 1,' ,. t
"t
L directions of s> cork screw. troops were paid. A schedule for and Florida's 124th1! : ", ','w i'. .
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Y (The National rrohlMHonlat) paying according to units was ". :: T' rWlt
a part of the 48th DH .. ..; ,.
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posted well ahead of time and sev .
v} also contains Guar ., .
t 1 eral remarks were heard duringthe -
r .f Georgia.
process about the efficiency .;; ,t ,,' .

of the encampment. It seems that : ,,; :; '
23 Meet Coac '
as a crowning achievement the i' ,.,.' .<" .,.

paying officers were about, 30 For Pre-Schp / ... .toJl;:...,' ., '" ,,.,,,:,.,
minutes ahead of the pay schedule ." .. -
In Practice \ '.. .. .' "Li ,
all the way through. This \i .

Itself was enough to make several ,' .' '" "":'* .J- ., '",.... '.1:
grid .
Twenty-three
members remark that the whole a .. '; .", \ !,.; ."1' ..'.. .
met Coach N. Cam .I: :r '
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school was well organized. ". : ,
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BHS Monday for th .
f \' In addition to officers and non- of the gruelling pro ,/" ." '.'fA. ....
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1i1O',1CI't ,..
coms of the local Headquarters '
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will be If '
necessary f fplacAa t ," ) : '' '
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Company, Starke was representedat '' :
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winning teat < "' '
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UP H. Wall ... .
EVv.'I1MINc.' the school by Maj. C.
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T1b\T O'fVII noses 111U.S...... and Maj. T. T. Long who were this fall. I .. .. :t1i:. ... 1', .
"1 MAr ''OMB OrWB &. Lettermen who a.Gelller' .' ;, .
WI'we'll .t'. ', ,', ,
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a enrolled In the Field Grade Of- ,, ?' I
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RItsR call were 4 .: !1' "'\\"jo\ 14..
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If
ficers School. ". j. ... ..4!> ,I.t" ... ,
) Drew Reddish, Johs) .1. .",," ,.. .,.'.. r 1 'j. .
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Keep on The camp was under the direc- ; '. ;:''j .. .\' \ ''. I
neth Under and Wit : '. .,' '" : '.. ,
of Lewis. ,
tion Lt. Col. "
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Harry .
y '. ? ; ': "
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Prominent among t) ;:) .!;t ,::
1;' '.,"'"" "" .;. .., ,.,
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Kg were Bobby Fraser ". r 't, I., ;;::.,' ,. ,\ ..- '
rh Alfred Thomas: ; 1 1
Crews. I I
9 stj ; ..;. : ,f _"/ .. : j.i' ,: ;:'
Buried At DedanAlfred Coach Geiger "
Madison & Walnut .
St. .. .
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Imperative for all $ ;, ... .... e-t 'I ,I ) .
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Starke, .;. __ Fla. t : ,, .', ::" !' .... 1 'I.... I
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Thomas, G9, died Monday, tll'to! play footba j "Ttw. : ".. "r ., -r.i .;(. ."

August It, at his home near come out for the pi ", '..', ..' .." ." ., ". "\''
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Brooker.Mr. sessions. Thosltil .1 '1 ;
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Thomas was born In Home school starts to .
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STRONG COMICS vllle, Oa.. in 1887 and moved te not have sufficient i ito ?,,;. ,. ;:-v :r ', r .
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Bradford County In ,hla early shape before the) "'' .1 ,'". ,(1. ,
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k ; ,Different.Each ,Week! childhood. He was married to wOl l not be. .allowed ,. ,- ," "n., .' fa.
Mlm Viola Carter of Brooker In pUlned. : J I. .'I, ; .

M WATCH The Happenings 1912 and became a member of the Practices are cal r I .' ....'

Boatdraln Church short I ,"
I Baptist a noon at 3 o'clock.! '
time before his death /
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I He ta survived by his widow, Rites Thursd I ";,I;; :

I tin. Rachel Thomas, and two ., ",
,
h ; daughters Mrs Lena Brown of For Mrs. StcMrs. '. +x11""'i'il' < T '\ : 1/4/: '. h "z",, ,

'Starke and Mrs. Anita HawanlU '.' jI' .
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I f" 11 ; r r.. .
of Miami. Catherine '. : "
e ,.
Funeral services<< were held Wed 23. died Wednesdj '

nesday afternoon, August 13, In near Brooker. Sh4tr

Dedan Cemetery with! the Rev. C. of J. W. and'|
.
w A.. Crosby officiating. Key McCabe of Santa Fe and '\
+ 111 't
ta Funeral Home was In chargeof Alachua County. | y';

arrangements. In addition, to k) .17.1&x, -. f
'/ fA ,.1 I
Pallbearers wen his. neohews, parents she Isdaughter. e .
Marcus Thomas, Alfred Thomas. "r! "
..- Aline;}9)
Guy Parrlsh. Robert Green. E. W. Johnny and QeorgFa \,;

H Hodge and Amos Carlton.Employment : and two slati

\bawariTto svt in \tii' Ugifc Wiggins oiJa kP\dl1e-anil, 'M,.: ---- ,- .

A } OfficeIn Mildred Duke, Santa Fe. Yearling" In Starke Sunday night rat mark."Flord'an..August u. J
arith' time since Iought; were W. M. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. 1947.I ; I
Funeral services were conducted I (OFFICIAL SEAL!!: )
Legion HallRepresentatives A. J. Thorn..
B. A. Sapp, Leslie Sapp, and Joe A. CI.rk ot a
afternoon at 3 said Crayolas
Thursday o'clock Court. "
-at.
HIi 5 !kt /NG. and Jon Lazenby. i I Rv Lucille C. C .....r. D. c.
In thai Dedan Baptist Church with Robert W. use
of the U. S. Duncan Lynch Bid., Jtems for
Pledger Johns and family are Jacksonville. And other
Service the Rev. Herbert Moody offici at- Florida many
Employment who have '
enjoying a brand new Chevrolet Ally for Pit. LSI 4t '-u I
I F. been meeting the public In the ing. Arrangements were under in the school room.
Harley StrongGift truck. Looks mighty good! 11!' rmri'rr contr. "AorORO t
the direction of Thomas Funeral
armory building every Thursday, Miss Ida Merritt la visiting her I "OI'NTT.' FLORIDA, Il'f nlt-N.-
that Home, Gainesville. Ca R V. fc fI
Headquarter announce they will have
sisters Mrs. Llnnle Drake and Re.trle. M Andrta. Plaintiff vs. See our Ilho'w ictndoux or
In Jewelry quarters from now on In the Mrs. Lettie Huckleby In Lakeland William J. Andrea. Defend.nt. C.. *
v
AmerIcan Legion Hall on West CARD OF THANKS No 0901.oRUgR. ter stilt a visit'
and Ocala respectively.Mr. I I !: OF PUBLICATION pay IU
Large Selection of Call Street each Thursday morning We wish to thank each and and MI'!!. C. R. Schubarth ANn HOTir'B TO APP :.R make selection front out
from 1 9,30: to 12:30. STATE! OF FUiRlDA to your
William
every one for their klndnes and ,
+ and children, Emily Stephen and ..
Diamonds: and Mountings .1. Andrea; .ho. r M.nc. Inm
sympathy throughout the Illness Christopher, are newcomers to Wjird.ll Street, U>nv Branch, New counters.

} Finest Selection of Watches Cemetet'yV orkingThere and death of our beloved father our community. We are very I I TIMI"r. r.qnlr to ..."**.. nn.

And Jewelry Gifts In and hsnband. Alfred Thomas. We glad to have them.. They came September 11. 191?, In the bov.

{ Starke will be a working at the especially wish to thank Dr. from Boston, Mass. and have pur named:iaintlff-.k.C'lIUra and d I Tore.au.e. Bradford wherein. KOCH DRUG STOREStarke

Bapp Cemetery near Ralford on Adams and Dr. Preston for thetrotndnesa chased the J. L. Lavender place]I iCountr Ttlesrmph shall publish thi.
Tuesday Aug. 28. Please bring and alto appreciate the ) In next: four w...kly a.eu.l .
137 W. Call Phone 153. ? on H ghway 100. They have been I Wit,*.. my hand and official
! tools: to work vwlh. floral offerings.: absorbed ....t at 81a..Jr. Florida this Floridarf
.. -,1 Completely In planting August ,
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J. C. Jones.I IMn I I -The } 1e, 154?. .-
and
Family. : other
outside chorea.
- I IIt They (OrrtCIAL SEAL!!: ) A. J. Thomas,




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