Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 29, 1947
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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pin a With Colonel. The Bradford Shade- BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGPH !

ITT.t or the space In the Telegraph this week la taken! up withne

of finances. budgets, and mlllages as they relate to the

vrmllig bodies that have the power to levy taxes on our prop. Official County Publication Established In 1877 .

e Board of County Commissioners the School Board and -

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;;: --;QUALIFIED ELECTORS FOR GENERAL ELEO"TrinM Long 'ornella L Peek Perkins I'errymen LImsie E. K. IlIp..nc.Siliit'son..iuhfli.ouig 1\r.. Rebecca Increase

LIST 0(<' TilE CITY OF STAHKE, FLORIDA" TO BE Lung. 'Merwin T. Perrynian Powell 'bus.Lois J. 1\11111 Bniiih. MI HellOS, It.; 'V. Its Levy 1-2 MillA

HELD"ON TilE 9TII DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A., D. 1917 Lung Lee. :Matilda Lois 4.. Parks Parks:: .'W Ethel, lb. R. St.Stefanelli.i0hfl, Alice Henry Mill

A.Conner Lewis, Jamu Parrieh O. I'.
I Ruby
A Conner., Herman Lorain L.U Hoover II"Y. Don 1. Libby 1.. 1.. I-'rather, 'V. C. 8t.r..nolll.Starling Volley I-irs. Henry 1.. one-mill boost in the levy for the county's General

.Ad ln.. :II. Jr. Christmas, James A. Hart W. H.Howe Lefluon E. Phillips 1 1. F.. 8..rllnll., Nary School Fund cancelled a half-mill reduction eked out by the
."J MI. Ilvlu: Phillips. I-br. Rosa d County's 1917-48
Chrlatmua, Kiln: W. J. K. Lrnnon .. H.Landruin .
,Andr. 1. U. Landrun 'T. Frank l'ear.'e. I-Ire. B.rtha sIsencu. Board of Commissioners and left Bradford I
AW CLA.'A W. Car rait, A. H. Hutto, Frank Clyde O. Stone' bbtnii: dffet! was approved County taxpayers
T. PrIest
.A Ald.rmu'iol.. 8. It. Hutto, Edna Mr. 1.. 8.Hutto Lung. Hh'harol. I-Irs. II. b'ri..st I-irs. Clyde I'ln'lIn.1 Smith, .hi.ho.K.. B. :ate Department of with a net increase of half a mill on their 1947 tax bills.

Atlas...,n,N, rLle Conway Dorothy 10.! K. Halle HalleV.Maude. U. C.Ador50I. Lewis Lar..ntu\I",. Mrs.. I-Ire.'rhell"a'rheiniapiwelb L. Paul A.I-Irs T. Mildred Slit,". II.liltrlev I. F. in Tallahassee on Comparison of budgets of the two county boards and

And.,1151i'a Annie. Conner Conner Kula Mae Hartmann Albert Lloyd l.ah..1. l-'rithrr. helen Iftronoc strung,. Mr. IInrl..y F" 2 and provides for the resulting millage requirements show that the CountyCommissioners'
L. .. Elizabeth J'ow..1I. Ned
J. Colaon Thomas F. llartmnnn, Klaleliart !: '_,"1IIU. !II. Stroih' Mr. Kiaaie 8. will be reduced from 10.75 to 10.25 mills.
\ lIIarla levy
ApdreU Col.on Catherine O. ';dna Lang. Id.!: C. Powell SIroth K..t.Law..n. increase in the

Alvaro. t nt Edith D Hall, tih.llloHemingway, Mr. Sarah L..on.0. I-irs.:. E. 1'.iek Peek Mrs B. I.lIIyra Jr. D. Stmuth MerriibLi.w eneral School Fundm while the millage required by the School Board budget in the

ndreW5. Davis, L. A. Jr. H. l'arnioh l\lre. Alphle T General School Fund will be raised mill from
Eliest County
Awa5 Uavla K. 10[. Memlnguay, L. O.Hemingway Mrs. V.L.uneiig 6 1-2 to 7 1-2 one -
; Powrll 01. P. Tirner Roy
NJI. .
Anui.Alemfl. L.ve. 1. \\0:
Lee Ferryman
Andre Davis, 6.5 to 7.5.
Airs. C. E. Powell, :'Fruity'
Ertii Delia rtllarrl.tt R'.lft.Lappe. '
Hagan : .
.11vsieu. :
Darby. :
B. : IV. Pullum. 1'Ien. '
a H. F. Houston Harry 1[ L.appe. hairy 1 Llnl. In addition to the General SchoolFund
F." J. 'ThonIl.kln. ArIcKae
Ate T. Pellum Superintendent
Maud -
P.FL .
1 0d-rs"fldrsofl(4re: i A. Darby R.Annie.. flagon Holland, Clifford Ksnle Jr.Murtililir. Law. 1I1unchard p..1Ium. I\Ir.. F. .. 'Fhrflton 'V. H.ituiiivi stated thatn levy of 7.5 operation) of the Road A. Bridge :Maintenance Fund

4!! .....n.l. ; ; C 7._ .... Davis.Lla.'is.! Lucile. T. K. !. Daniel VivrcerAMae' ': ... Tonui.NN.inormon: ;juan: made I county school system also requires where the total was cut from $52: ,-

; "" rlaude 5av .. in. J. Ha..aeorla;, EmmaHarrington K. L.:V,'di\'un; ; Patton.. W.: 'A. Thomas, Mrs R A. millage was varied special school tax 500 to $''.8M.S4. Salaries forth*
dr. Verne Huhea L.Lope. .
An l> re.t. Thomas, Robert increases in
M Ada Jvttye Ruth Patton Heha by district levies for debt' service and
4t"r'' Dell Damon Mary Land. rhas. Thomiiklna. Inn road< crew, set forth In the tern
W na Propper
il.anaerwplcnvall, II MarUenmark.. Emily: (iladysDuncan. B. D. Long, Marian Kvon D. Prather W J. Tlson. Mra. Thent.inir talaries as requiredw maintenance In the Stark district porary budget at $19.000 were

K. U. Hunter. L. Eugene M. Poosnr J. W. Thnm'n., Mrs Gladys school law. Ali for instance, school millage t
garetiiidur I 3r Duncan Mrt. K..Q. Hagon. John Pj>tel, 'Van D. Thomas, Cecil trimmed to IlIJ.OOG-ttl. same a-

ilvare.on,: A.ro. orlne Darby John.. M.Jean 1-lutchinga HUlchlnlr.. r.Mrs.M. Annie Lewis, Myrtlce Mo Pendarvla, B. J. Thomas, Mra. Dorotha major portion of for all purposes totals. 14.7O-Indicating mount budgeted last year. I

bert. J'jlvar III Lo. Derby Dlnkln..Mr.MrS. 1. 1' 1. McMillan Merrill Page Powell LinnieMch.inney George C. Thomas Nelle George W.AlcUmney ISO is paid by the that the taxpayer dig. The County Service'Officer Fund
'". ) Herloflg Dr. M. B. Mr. Iva Corner P. Thomas, Mrs. Uenrge. MI.MuKinney deeper for the of the
..* Mr.. 'urants (Th.lma Mr. Hildandr.W. Melvln Perryman, undation salariesmpplemented operation came through virtually unscathedwith
inpra F. Mrs.
> C. Thomas
Arnold J'' .pb. II.E. Dlnkln.,1.u.nmarK. Claude I-Iardlnll. I", T. H. A. 10. Parker Charles Thomas, Kllinheth with schools than he doe. for ....neraloper.tlon a minor reduction from $1- 1
If. B. Q
Mr. Io. Mr. A.
iammett McKinneY
It. M. of
D.nnl..J. H. Thomas, the county ((10.25mills
Andrewsnilrowi lIome 'J. Holtaondllrr.othol\ .ucivotvuy. J. At QtilRley .1. T. BIDlcieLVcy ? ds, it was explain- 832.18 to $1,710.
/ -' Ira. level 1L D.l:1u.: ., James Obey Holtzendorf Best ...ldaLYro.Ira.. T. J. Uulglay, Mrs Minnie Jh"1"11"Thomas' \fro! lt"t'r -.. ) or for th. city (12 mills). The
Fund .
HosplUl trimmed
R was
Loyree -
"", C over Mrs. OU8l1. IIartiiaflfl. \ Krnnk Toroda, W. K. Jr. .
m : 1Atluno 11. Durdt.DolInll.D.. J. hlartmann Eddy I..o.: U. kl.: Bitch J. H. Thomas, R..si lealvtvinnuy mdltures for the new CommlMitlnner. Trim from $2,000 to $1,009.53.
"' I ... Nurl'Da 3. bowling. Cleotte M. lIaaen.In.. Clurft ... .... .lr". Ethel Robinson J. W. Thomns, (".,1. Nelle Imated at f333. 03.00 Wielding the big knife at Us
nd-rs, I III..b.thl. I\n. Cha. Holiingsworth F. C. : Mra. Flurlu Rltrh Herbert C. '1"1Irk..r.. H. BMvCall. County Jail Item
Aliwn' V, rll nil' Derby Lieninark B. G. Holllng.worth.In.. An. MuClellan, '}'. A. Illtoh. Isabella '1"1Ick.r.! IIIr. !i., W. Ie of $91,286.10 (38 final budget meeting here on August The "Post War Planning orfluilding'
All.r. PI118; William E. ole \.J.Antl"n telma! Ray, Olive B. Thornton.ViItetie! p last total ex- 14, the Board of County Com-
Vuwllnor. year's
PO' R. Hitch. Evelyn Fund"
was omitted
Austin 1 Ha.efl H. F. MclntoBh. rulman Thomas. N. 11.McDuvld. mlasloners from
,, .Iorry lil111Ot) H. J. Budll'ln.. Paul I.Alv.r. McIntyre, J. A. Register Freeman; Thomas, Ovid $242,113.81. trimmed $16,212.73 the totals used, above for
Anthony M a. Harry Dahmer Itornardine hiudgine. IIIr.. Mary Roy Register, Alice Thomas' A O.Mclntonh al salarloa for 1947- from Its whopping/ $120,314.16"temporary" purposeof
... af V. Liahnur" Rhoda Z. Iuthryn McKlnnuy, 1!:. H. Hitch Mrs. Carrie Thompson, Marjorie comparison because It ls not
Alvurei I\IH. Rub Dumpier Dixon.In.. Katie Hastings James J. W. Rlchnrd. Harriott S'imphleNeill etP.l. at $223,701 an total bringing the an operating expense amt provides
0'.1 K. H. L. Alice Kednrave, A. W. 3 permanent 1947-48 downto
Andrews Houah. Muliitosh 'hornns.t. budget
Myrtice -
I\ln. 11,73ft ((57.50 )
Minnie' percent
Dennis the
AMprlKht Ab.rt Dur..U ilainue. Luv.iui P.Akridue T. 11. RertKrave. 'Thomas T'v"In... for construction of a new'
wa''d' E. 3)riekeIl.. C. P. I. Rerlgrnve, John C. 11,049 for $104,101.43. This final figurerepresents
AkrUIRe, Ruth Harper J. McLuurln .. Thomee. VI"lo' expended< county jail which the Stat. U"bearing
Davis I- A.
MryJ. I'hariha Reynol ''. Il.Alcitce moderate,
.J. Jr. Humble. Otto McLuurl1l. a increase
Ernest bulk
: A.l'hnraton' In 1946-47. The
fowling H, Reynolds Mrs. down" the
H W. 1P.McKinneyA on
Avery, Janl Frank 1.. Humbl. 1\1Ina McCarty. I-Irs' Thomas. of 0 county
Clyde percent tile 1043-47 total
) Durshirner Donald; Rowe, C'. Sue however conies over
Howard Mrs. 1"hom.f"lIor"
., Poye lIIlldred. tV.E.Bishop Rowe. ..1.1.. ._.._ construct. This was listed In the J
J'rownle'll. 4 D. lIunter. .uolda ,E. Jr. _: !'h. ". l,7I..ii.. .. .. F.. Fund of $07,165.69.
iO3'iU, dCi ifl"hroWfllUd. .. ".vivcn, ..ari' te temporary at : and
H.A. Mae Haien ... u l lDavla McL'IRn' 'r. n. Jr. Th..ma.. WRIt..r budget S3OOO
ttf; % i Denton, Jean Mra.P.Willie Haxen Mrs. Prankle M. 1IIcCI"no. I-Ire. 1'. K. Jr. Hitch. \\Ira.Blanch RUby Wynn'1"hom. Sadie T.1IIcHue. eacher pay will coat 'The $5,000 Inrreaao shown In reduced In the final budget to t

Beanley Bea.loy, Ortr 0 L.,.. Dampler. H. C. Harris Howard. William Mr.. V. E. McCarty.. Donald"alt"r F.N. RBhln.Bn.RI..har" H I\f. 'l'enly'l'hnrnqneet F.dniiln,1. Jenni.blcUriCf. I').. payers only $1 forf comparison of the two years I Is $37.050. It will be paid for when F

Hums, l3Varfl Dobbs, Alton Nlta Howard. Joe A. Green Jr. Raymond. Paul Ethel :Truly, T.niiaMcUrifC. asaessed value. more than accounted for by new constructed from revenues reelved -'
llurns, BHl'"{ Dobbs Howard Keulah hlclrift( eeJ.U. Raymond:: ion. l'nmpklns, SesuiCIt Idltures for the new expenditures added to the budgetby
Bronka fort/> Davis Hester harris W. (1. : ?: Bahack, it' 1"hnrnlon. F.lbert Earl by the county from the .
Baref ooU>. jM- Davis, PeteDouElaa.A. H.l Howard.' Ella'Mae: ; itaheck Jnaephine. Jr. Toro"e. Lola nated. at 333402.00 popular demand. These Include Stat. race track fund. &t.
!'arefoot.: leA"/ >yal Cecil Hufstetler Edgar Manas.fl. 11. .\. Rn.enherg. Pam t1 'actually receive an the new' $2.UOO: hoapltallcatlon-
Burney. (ao. "e w. Henry A. HHalatln E. 1:1. John MUlag. Breakdown
10;] Mtlhewe : Roeenberg. Fannie 1"1'1",
Bill", BI". M. 8. W. Della LouisaIliddletui.Nolia 7.289.88 from all for-lndlgents fund; $2,000 for a '.
Looms Manning RBW.. Claude L'irlow i Mlllagea levied for the various Lt'.
Ressont V. A. J'r. A. EppersOn Edwards Wm. (Mitch) Hayes, W. E. Middletun W. E. RB..nberll'. Iellft V ... The bulk of the home demonstration agent's sal-1 ,...,. t
flenhain Mr. W. Ilolton, J- U. : fund In the new budget are a*
Mae D.M..tth.w.
; Ruble James B. Vlnlnll'. IIIr.
Rnlll..r. and $1,000
Brown. Jr.. Florence B. Edwards Edwards Mr.. Dell Holland.Kleanore: Mitchell. Mr.. LucilC Rosier Doris Vlnlnll' I. O.lliddl..ton. rag. (149,000)) must ary supplies: and for 'follow;

Bryant Mrs. Waste :i. W. J. *r.Kherson Harris, Truman .. Mn. Ida Rnwl"n" P. R. Vlnlnor M C I to a Building A. the Library Building Fund. In '
I.h. ent Mra.Mre Mary Qlaiys ; DorothyEilwarde. Motto aarnltaHnuKh Mrs. Alma Madfe RRwl nd. Kln.y (Mr. Vanptv. n..nr.. H.MululY fund as required by ''order' to Include these new expenditure General Fund 4 mills; Fine *
J. M. Marr Mlsa GIlls ) VanpfY Rose Forfeiture I4; Agricultural t
Mra. Q. w. Hazen: Elsie f.Hathoock W. B. Jr. The remaining and at. tile same time avoid -
Arn.y Tom Edwards, Uurll HattIe O. Rowe. Lou I WMundy. tlaw 1-2; Road '*. Bridge Maintenance
Mabell English R. H. 1Barkedalei Matthews. Conway Robinson. Alvin W.lnwrlaht' N. 0.Mitchell. s reserved for conS a raise In mlllac the Com- t
lish.Kdwards.. Leona G. A. Mra. Letla RohitinSi. Alex Wall W, L. 4 I; Hospital 12. .
nurkrfttle, C. O. En Merrill Ingram. Mr. Carriei'Ingram Matthews. E. 1.. Enithins. 1""ln :the unused porea mIssioner out so deeply Into '
Mre. Vlrs;!* Edwards Merrill Hush B. Jr. Lucll. W. waln"rlrht; W M.Manes. entabrtslwu' Tbe.ue-'IIf.dt.* ., 'tLS'lsmS*: "' ,
Edwards. Mn. TlI."on..J ta.rr balance ftsndat' I other :, departments it \
Julia ;
Bryan Mr. Edwards W. A. MatLbR"., 1Io1r. Head RegIster. Freeman. Jr. 'Whit.oJthe\ M.Mo.eieY. : aa last year's levies"rUt the exception '
Brown Gilbert Edwards. Mr. Carrie Jenkins A. O. llanas.a, Celia 1. Roberts: ;, Roy Whit.. Nuhiq Ray \1N ',end of the that fear hu' been expressed. In of the '
ilk leaver Jerry/: : L. R. Jr. John., Ella ... MIna Ray Richsrd Williams. T. S.Wall. some sources that general opera Agricultural Fund .

..iford., Mr.H. C.Irma Edwards O.ry Elaine Johns Johns. !Carl.f!!,. .B. R. or. '..".::.-.'.. iA.UML. P. atnoijen Rhod.n.!! W.......C..Ol"A.- Wainwright!!. !!.J:. N'. n J., n'or the estimated tion of the county might bo seriously which was raised one-fourth mill: "
Road A cut
'1.- ryant Oscar:' Ennie Edwards;j ';Ir.. B. E. Johns, H arrydurney Mellon.': :Clarence e T Rosenberg: Leon Wlnkler. Austin; ll.! to be received in hampered. Bridge on. rnlll; and ,
: Id& Ma. LeniN Mr.. Nova M. .Jnhn.. CAlvin E. Morgan Mr. Mattie Roberts, J P. WlllUma, Nat the new' half mill levy for theha*, I
Brldgsi. P. 1. Eberle: Mrs. Ru..ll Johns. Charley lirinsonBrownIe. Mack. oJ" P. Roberts. T.eola F.Rosier. William., I.oul.eWlaglns. follows: Funds Compare; *) pltaltzatlon of Indigent. Th.
1.11115 Thelma
Brldgsu, Mra. -' Tohns,
Lol. B, Jr.
Hayes, Mrs N. OrleWalnwrlght i funds from Fed-
Heaver Susie Futrh. O. A. Johns, Th-lma Rednrav. \\I.nnlnll. VolIle F. !Rosier N. n Jr. Blanche, A comparison of the published quarter mill levied last year for I
.. J. W. Fernande. Eva John., .. JJones BoG Mr. Maude M Wllltnma. A. B.vvilllams. nt-$3,381.00. temporary budget with the fin- the Service 'Officer Fund ..
Brown, Mildred BJ. Verdi. B. filmmaJohnaon. Man'Ire. C. (A. Plump. F .F.BlHtrunk ". Gertrude fundsStata( ) !
Futch. W. alnlng form
Abble disclose that
Baker Mrs. June >rnande., laabell W. Manlre. Freda Rave .(1, M. Wilson. Sos K ally adopted llmlnat.d du....to an overage In
Barden. Johnnie W. Johnson Ruth MargaretMartlnea F, A.flapp Week.Warren General Fund total
Flynn George B. Cha. H. Mason Scott Wilson lice the County the race track fund which could
R. F. Jenkins,
Bryant Joe
Florenc W. M Mr. N. Annie ext books $4.-
Flynn .. A. >\ : was trimmed from $42,287 to
Ma J.nkln.Ch.
Barden Ora Paul H. Maruca, Mike Hmlth.. E If. Warren M. T. be lined for this purpoan.'
I'lumer, Gao C. Faulkner B. Jr. John., H. B. Marlines. Nellie Httimp' Eva Warren, Albert M. 37521.20 ,
George The five Commissioners whose
Brown H. C. Flynn. o John., Mrs. Milton. Mis. Katie I Alh'ox. J. L. Wnrren, Rurhlewiler. atlon fund for : II
Brown Mr*. Floreno *. Griffin T. J. John. 8. R. Jr.Burnej Moltt. Mrs. Ara It]. Aalll. Mrs. Pearl JackWlmherlV. I The Fine A. Forfeiture Fund remalned job It la to "sweat out" the annual I
Bishop' H. A. Jr. A.Orlffln. John.. Allen V. Mooty. Harry Hllr>ox, D. I* W. M.Wlmh lalarlei. transpor.xpenllfls. virtuallythe same with budget .tat. 'that the task
O. W.llitrtnn Oreen .RM" John., Mrs. Melissa AlfrelManassa L.Hapn PlleVrll i .
: I. BiOreen !] Mooney. Mra. !summons! J. rlv. Katie capitalrvIce$243l88A0
: P.
J. C. Johns. Mn Ruby H. A. negligible reduction of thla
Mary fi>. Mra. J. B. "". T.nttle only a was complicated year by unprecedented
Barton H. A.Bennett Oreen. Fannie Ju.ld. Millard Mr. Winnie Mllllgan. H. H. Hlatrunk Joe !M.Plstriink. Wl*"lns. Laura Lee from $15,820: to 1521383. demand for fund.for J
LouiS J.Prosky IJlaOreen Jenkins Manassa A. 8. C. H. Well Martha D. I 7 1-2 mill general
Louis A Griffin, Lloyd :J. JohnTMre. Laura Mllllgan Mr. K. B.Moore Pllr-o*. felenaHlloox Williams., Mre. Gladys The Agricultural Fund was the new services and purposes Inthe
Burrell Jo. B. V. WalterManasea. aed to supplement
Mr.. H. A. IT.Boyles Grit Cia. Aneeda. Jenkins Sara P. L. 'G 'only department showing an actual county while, on the other
BlHhnp Florence' Edna "" .0... Delta Ward, Mr.. Carrie d and used for ,
R .H. 0111. Floyd Johns "irs. Fron'e Mlxon M- M. Smith!! Junlus M.Hwlndle VTelrlon, HA. though slight Increase In Its hand there were unprecedented! 1

Ball J. A. Green Oreen., Mr. 8. inesOraham Johns. M Mn... nSr'othy R. Miles, B F. Hannah. Welilon. Mr.. Mary $28,083.02. final form-from $3,875: to $9-: demands for lower taxes "You
Johns E.F.
Baker A. B. MoaeOreen Mile., Mr. $app, Mr.. Leona rilndv* sub district leviecp.naee
Baker Ruth R. Johns. Mainie A. C. A. i just can't have both." the Corn.ilssionsns .
mel A. Mf. II.- lIIanana. T.Stern W. r<'i"iero" ', Marywnilain 895.53.
W. B. ( and mainsi
Burnett, Hal J'. I* John. Manaeea I-ire. Elva lrPtern. Theressaa .*, Fred In the unanimously agreed
Fell MargaretO Goodman HaroldOraham vana) Murphy Mra. G.flmlth. W. P. Jr. Wiili-im., Mr. Mary : In each partlcu- Major trimming came -
Glasgow Johna. CorleyJoruison. Mr.' Florence' Henry
WH. Jr. Moons. Sllcox Smith
II. 42ioo.-
"f'rutchfleli Cha.. ,J. VT.Orlffla. Edward B. Murphy 'Thelma Gene SmIth W. P. \Valnwrlgbt James, R. .
Co nova, Eunice C. Orlffla, Junes Mrs. Maggie Thedii ElrniHttcox Mre ''. A.
J. w. Morgan, Hnpp. Winkler, .issmcnt on home- SurveyingOffico
Carlton:; Fred Mra. Johns, Bert w. Morgan, Harry. W. I Lacy Warren: Mrs. "'. N. Sales I
NathanOalney ,
Oraham, F. P. " t'anova, Gladys Jones. Manning', Delia Stump Evelyn William, Amos Opened This'Week
Crews, Maud JrrnaS Johnson Harold A. Myers Leila Mae "a...'... Mrs. M. "vulUrne, .Toe funds 137.900. .
Canova Levy A. irr'A' Mr.r EstherOrlffla. Johns. Ahb Mlxon. A. M. Rmirln. Mrs Eunice P, W'llsms Balll",
Canova, Mona A. Martha lon..H. W JTal11e MI"'n.' Annie Sparks, 'H" f. White, noenthy Ray .d over from last M. a. MoMDIan this week *f>a-
Clemon., Fronla .lncksofl W. Manning, Clyde flllro1l. Mnry Francle Wsrte. C'. T.Walnwrlvht.. Show Activity
I.. *' O. .
Carlisle J. B. iCnrlton Gaines, Uuolle H. Jackson Margaret ;Moeolev, Beatrice Hiiro, J. n. KstleWs ed his) new land surveying oetlo.
C. M. Green K 1\I"hr. Ethel Sparks, Mrs R B. <1". Mrs ft T. ted receipts -
Cooper, Richard Gray Dorothy C. Klrkllter J F. 1\Iunlorrr. H. E. Simmons, FT' T.. IVnntl. Otenn T3.TVoml. In quarters adjoining the law office -
('''inwfurd Mrs. Annl Itreene. I* Knight C. A.Kenrtrlck. 'I..nnlnoc. Thelma Silnox, Mrs (Ulndr" Merthallseioy. Considerable activity In local
C'Timmlnga, Walter Oraham '.l. ; T. M. Mr. ..aur. Plrlngffllow. W. Ofitrlnsrf'llotv VI'IIAm. Edwin tditurea of O. L. Fatten above the Tip

Coleman:: : Joe Oatlln, Ienry Mrs. Ida Knight Mrs.Martha N. I* M..thWs' ;!':'oJRII I: I. o: Mr. Mahelwivmson: I I.. of estimated ex- real estate U reflected In deeds Top drocery. Mr. McUUlan will
W. Oeoriro. Knnrtrlrk., I'ln TlnrveyMorgan. I
Chalker. Mr. C._ ...._ t.eser.5it. Simmons i9'I9n .
Coleman Mr. Mary M... (Iii? Fred u.K'ca".r. Mrs. M 1. It, '- ? (Ml*. Mrs. Dorothy TVr.r.,1. Florence .INT'" fol1_ : r**>ordd during July and August. begin field work. around $ept. 1
Carter Mr., Rosa Uriffls. 8anT.nd .7.Knight. Clara Mae Ctnra ". Snte, Oily II WeeUs. W A. salaries of
MattheWs rot (
Campbell. Earl flames n. KnlKht. P. K.Kerne I IIBOY! Olady Udell sistrunk. Mrs Alma, Rwe.hu.: Mc" Tjirfcln. n In tile county record book Among and In the meanwhile wU be glad ;

Cannon, J. T. lniIar Rufus Nelma Morris, J. II. f111..01r. leorge. ". vIlIlAmo. Ethel .7. ilerlcsl assistant., transaction weretU. to Interview anyone who wishes
(Colley Marlferya> Green Gloria T. Klokllter Miriam Morris. Annie I Mae Seymour. F:1I..h..th: "I11tI" Mr.. Ruth ben; legal exlc UM larger
("".k. T. C. Oonwin,Leonard rianrjOrlff. KliM n O Molt. .U" Scve'inic .1. I' William.' B-wry 0.llnflfling O. Lawson ta Coy A. Bts- this type of work don. H. wffl
... r> O. t'lrnce I.etie H.Masters. expenses) -
Campbell Marjory H. kelly .11I..1.. Mr's" V.. flow hay associated with him two
Cook Mr*. Anna Re* !Urlffl.. CRnhT; :t KellY, Mr. Mary Julia Sais' A. F. ph.n.o: lot 11. Block 18. Livingston.
Olsnn. r. w. I1rAA"; i-iirt.| Kunlir R.KlrHllter. I-lusters: : A. IV. Summon's; A. ; .. Win Truby *. Co. addition (the local men, Edgar Wilkinson and
Pate teachers'aUa
C.ilson Lemuel (i'rp"tt. Dorothy "hull. F.' T. ., ( Merrill Btru ..
rulson. Mrs. Ada Power rjnrdner, Oe"Mrs.A. Minnie ('lairsKincald. Jeannette |?. A flh"l\\. Mrs" 13 T. w'e'iirvr, Hens. T.VewsomS library pendlsupplles former Eastman house ore NorthVVaUr '
(r-nrllsle Ruth Gardiner, Mr. : E'lna Stump l.llllnn walker Msra-sret. B '
Clnrk Mr*. Llssle' n.Cnlson E. J !Tworthv; C n Hlmpson. F.d: WM. .,. '..r.\. l P.FIKsheth )--$233,. Street), 2400., .
Mr. Be.al: E. Glasgow 1 Faster Helen Ke'ne. Mra. L, onnKllllntrsworth \\1Cre..I. -.. >v. |' .llro"'. Vernon .....11... !Mvwrei. '.'' B. Lawsoa to A.; L Crosby: Lot Now BHS Principal
"art.r. 'V. 11[. tlIover Herman IV. It. Jr. Prarllnr. ir K.II K. Webb. o T1'n. plant (Janitor 10. Block 16 L T. A. Co.'. addition Addree Lion :
,.. Haa.1 D7.r Geiger Kate W. M Slfnrllnr" Mrs w .M.. W *
Croek.r Aria R. Uriffis. E. 1. Jr. )Kopol"0. George tfnrrl.1orrl.. Blen Hmlth Mrs. K II. ....1"..... Iota 7?. littles)413,050.. (the house on North Water
( 0111. Prescott K1 IoI. Valrle R "w"V" H WtlHnms.' (' f.llman' .
< norlolph
'trrrhw.ll W. .I. "
Churchwell'MrS. W. J. Gresham I-tattle M it:. Kirk."lan'i. J. '1'. Jr. ,,., ,V. H. Ethel, 0. ","u"ln. ". C ;tapalrs. replaco Street near Eighth Street recent Cbarlea Partln, new principal

:'arii.ie. Al K. 5'. Geiger Iresham O.Morgan r. Kneli K".h. I-fr.T.ouiu. I.W.I"heVePsetle. W.. Vol man' N..n" H. Sullivan.Hchmltt fhss Perry !M. w Water...."''n.. w W.... Wart n ". ; general upkeep ly occupied by the ValrU Kidds), of BUS. was th. guest speakerat I

,('.",-,,=lvlr.. H.Willie M. Oreen. nBh-rt.; KI(1Connor. | lI'r. 'alrie B. 'l/or'nn Morton': r.Jessie r R. lth. 'r... Virginia' W. w,,,,. ,....1\ "ound*)-$13.00O. $2800. the LIon. Club Monday night.
Or1 Kent.nnon .. I'am 0 3 Smith, Foster' W|"lH.r Wsrefi 15.Neweomb Llonlsm and cited Instance .
J. Imclan ,.0.J1"hy. M. prewo'nmh O. M. octet (transpor- Violet A. 8lbl y DeLI and C. He prsl.ed
George Msry .
( ( ** Ken is, Mr n'litlum* .
ton r.lbhy Pmlth.
\ C. 11I: "VOoolshy. .
P. F. Walter 3. 1.1' winism*. .'..""""''" of health school! of the good work that 1s
'A\n..n. Mr. C. tf. ?. FOelarer Klnoc. sunn..ry Gladys "SImmons" IIIo W. D... to Mr. and Mrs. WlllI.mKronenb.r.r
Cartnlnhael, A. C. Ooolsby. Mr. Kite. LniisC Gloria IT. H.Coek Nichol", Joht'nie BtrlckUn W R- 'Wsinwriht, Ix>nls ...In.S7'.eo.In.uranc. being carried on by the organl'
('."Mlchael. Delorl. HomerGodwin. Klnor. I-hr.. ,Smith Julia Tyson 1'Olsen : the property furniture "'
Annie. Lou ( and cation In various ommw Ues
J. R.
Kite. 71.
Crby\.Hnwari Marian 1. Krletemeyer AI Jean Olsen Hertle' 5hl Siottrw"rr."r! : "osa K. Yottnr. Mr. H R. ;S O.oo. and fixtures of Pin. Tree that he has visited.Arrangements I
('hob Hoover. J. C. Krl..t..m..y"r. X'.V! A. Tnu". Theodore
Crosby. W.A,R.D. H..mlngwa"wp'. OHayee. Kelly, Warren (oloni, WIlliam R. N. s..naP. T ilIten I Tan....,.. 1':. A.P (payments on Ian on Route 100 (K.yston were completed i ;

CaraWay. .Jo. Kelly..R.* n" Odnm John Silmiw. Pa'y Roberts.i. Tancey )fr.. r. A. $',000.00. Ilelghe. Road). 110,500. for the charity baseball game to
S. C. E.
K. \
Cameron. Barbara AnH".r. F.ulal K..n. Will" V. Sterling.\ 1 the club acre
L. 1520000. on
En. sponsored
AA". Hoover. Klllln..wO.IlI"CroBbY. -- --.- .- Clara *.-> n r.. rvni. i. tn 10 '_li*_ _.1.
a..ciu La aJeIUgiaP u.
I ., Albert L. Jr,, ItanP.1toilidaY.. Hnpe Kirkland R.v iiiiicat s should Tutal 'expendlturU33.402.00. Labor Day.The .
M-i Westmoreland
Sara Hall residence
I ._-- : on
Crosby violet W. .
f tn district leviesfor
sasga sub-school
: at that lime. Special
> [-> we* easy be presented Street $2400

"'tI:1-.Jo... :any1 kind for cashing uTbondUr'' : I,-a an extensive ,Improvemeats.program of water The a* last maintenance year's and remain are as the follows same: !i iDI.t. David W. and Nannie ffowell OFFICE CAT j

_. : I and sewage" Stores Will ClaM of Montgomery Ky., to Lester J,
I bet itatecu While h. had Sewell pointed out. !remaining S251.000 of this 1300* 2 (Hampton) 5 mills; No. 3 ,

l-apout machln. here capa- I Treasury Secretary Snyder who and are 'I II 000 project was paid by the Federal For Labor Day (Stark) 41 mills: No. 8 (Lawtey) Kit.: a 24O-acr.and Graham tract; $36OO.between Says J

turning out 75 cases per the banks urge veterans tol Government. These certificates 7 mills: No. 10 (Vanderbilt 3 Sampson

'a Plant at Maltlaod will I not In immediate need of cash bear Interest at the rate of Mayor Cbas. A. Darby announced mill.; No. 11 (Graham) 5 mills: Bernice F. Opperman of Grand

*o-pout Cem with a capa-I i hold their bonds as long as possible three percent and must be paid yesterday that all gtarke business NTo. 12 New., River) 10 mill; No. I Haven. Mich., to James Thomas

1050 cUes per hour. or until maturity thereby back over a period of 28 years houses have signified tbelr 15 (Hellbronn) 10 mills; No. 16 Lawaon residence. Bertha Pearce

ft:t Eberle will remain as increasing the amount of Interest be from water and sewer revenue. Intention of closing all day Mon (Rising) 9 mllU; No. 18 (Brookr re-subdivlslon; SOOO.: L

'1 distribution manager fore they will receive. Bonds can Finance Qood day. Sept. 2. for Labor Day observance. ) 10 mills. I W. J. Cood to Theron B. and ,

area, Rabeck stated cashed at any time after Sept. The Council feels that the Cityof District interest and slaking: Page Virginia Moor of FarmvlIU, ,.a-.

financial condition The holiday wilt be featured bya Stark 1.2 mills; ) _. .
Ill be serviced from the 1. Starke la In fine millage are: I Va.$ farm Southeast of Starke -.- ,
1 Plant. Merchants and others are cautioned In marked contrast to baseball game on the local diamond Hampton 1.5 mIlls: New River 4 Palatka highway.

Nt'w Owner against cashing or accepting moat -other FJurlda municipalities at 2:30 o'clock between the mills: Brooker 5 mills. WUlIam Jablonowskl to O. C. Chairman Levy say the) new'blinker
bonds and the Fairfield Independents -
leave Sox
property comprising terminal -and it Is deeUred to keep It Red Caaon: SO-aeres of land north of light" will be) placed at

"res of land. a residence payment for merchandise because ,so. It Is pointed out that Stark (Jacksonville). The UNDA lAMARIt RAT Crosby Lake: $ :so. Tenth and Walnut when Joe Mar-
are not practically Is sponsored by the Starke and Mr L. S. Edwards of
> bonds rate as game Mr. i
ntal cottage and a large the agent has a* low light Mrs. Minnie. SM Brown, to ,Leo inn, sets bavcfc ffomTJite ,yaeattoiu.Ur it
Club for the bensifl 91
paying and the Lions of Stark,
authorized formerly
'Ui* In Florida JscksonvilJ. .
WU purchased. by Ed- and bonds for any town L. Stabler! residence and acreageat nopbi. Ut .DJct axel-
redeem the ed e dj .in sight na.nratlon for BradfordCounty's the birth ,*f a daughter,
Touzalin "will not materially announce
to hold until tbent'In rI
who plans whose I rate was children. LsKvteyr $ 50O. lent up
the that underprivileged ; :31. I
body and fender shop anyone except inscribed .on the bond." ,June. 1946 In spite .f tll.-ct Linda Lamarr on July

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With Colonel Bradfordt BRADFORD H !

space In the Telegraph this week is taken up withns i

of finances, budgets, and mlllages as they relate to the
rtrnlng bodies that have the power to levy taxes on our prop-

h,s Board of County Commissioners, the School Board, and Official County Publication Established In 1877
I council.

{ugh these articles might be considered "dry reading" by some, VOLUMN! -SIXTY-NINE-------'---- -- .- _. J

h on matters that are of utmost Importance to all of ua and _. ---.- ----- _STARKE-FLORIDAFRIu.tY- Al OUST :19.. Ion -_ NUMBER KORTY-TKIIKE'
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carefully and thoughtfully. A hurried ; - ..
read scanning will -- -'- --- -. --- = --
In order to grasp the full significance of this material the I
id have .a pencil and paper at hand and do a little plain City Trims Levy School Budget Board
County Cuts
figuring of his own as he reads. The Colonel heartily recom-

procedure to those who willingly pay their fair share of
who like to know where and how their tax: dollar is being Requires IncreaseOf

From 15 12 MillsStarke's Its 1-2
laaten to congratulate the Board of Commissioners and the Levy MillA

lIon l being able to reduce their mlllages this year, and One Mill

ret that the School Board was unable to join In the down- I
levy on its 1947 tax roll will be trimmed 20 one-mill boost in the
j. The one mill Increase In the General School Fund levy I levy for the county's General
the half mill reduction proclaimed by the County Commls- percent-a reduction of three mills: from 15 to 12. Bradford County's 1917-48 School Fund cnncelliHi a half-mill reduction eked out by the

leaves taxpayers with a net Increase of half a mill Howl : The announcement was made yesterday by City Clerk School Budget was approved Board of County Commissioners and left Bradford taxpayers I

>1 officials explain that their one mill increase was neces- i. Carl Johns, carrying out instructions received from the Council by the State Department of with a net increase of half a mill on their 1947 tax bills:

er to supplement state teacher salary fund Increases under at its regular meeting on August 19. Education in Tallahassee on Comparison of budgets of the two county board and

hool law, and surely none of us will begrudge the teachers The City's current reduction of millage on real estate August 12 and provides fora the resulting millage requirements show that the County

earned and long-fought-for better salaries and personal property-following closely upon its decisionto one-mill increase in the Commissioners' levy will bo reduced from 10,76 to 10.25 mills", ,

e, the City's reduction in mlllage Is somewhat offset by exact a five percent utilities tax was explained as follows County General School Fund while the millage required by the School Board budget in the !

errent utilities tax recently Imposed but it will have the by spokesmen for the Council: levy from 6 1-2 to 7 1-2 I County General School Fund will\) be raised one mill-from
,-elievlng slightly the heavy load that has been carried by Members of the city governing mills. 6.5 to 7.5.

roperty since the freeing of homesteads from all taxation. body have long felt that business operating expenses at the munici County Superintendent Ar- In addition to the General School' "
M tax will causa everyone to pay something toward the property In Starke was bur- thur R. Fund levy of 7.5, operation of the t
pally-owned plant are at an all- McRae stated that Road A Bridge Maintenance Fund
whose benefits he enjoys, thus ;
of the city distributing more
dened with too much of the tax county school system also re-
i tax load. load due to the ever-Increasing time high. The cost of fuel 011,I. the raise in millage was made quires varied special school tax I 500 where to the$41.855.34.total was cut from $:S2,- \
by increases forth
seeof necessary inteachers'
total of property placed in the one-third higher today than It district levies for debt service and road
t curiosity the other day the Old Colonel figured up the tax-exempt (homestead) classifi- was in 1945: and salaries are correspondingly salaries as required maintenance. In the Starke district crew, set forth In the temporary
will be paid on business property In Starke during theHere's by the new school law. Although budget at U9.oo8. "were
|at cation. They believe that the present higher to meet increased for instance, school mlllage! : trimmed to
$15,000( -ths t
t. the way it stacked up: reduction In mlllage compen- the major portion of for all purposes totals 14.70-indicating mount same a-
J25 mills for county operation sated for by the new five percent living costs. At the same this increase.. is paid by the that the taxpayer digs budgeted last' year

F 50 mills for general school fund utilities tex will result in a more time, revenue from the light and State }.Foundation salaries deeper for the operation of the The County Service Officer Fund

.20 mills for sub school district interest and sinking fund equitable spreading of the tax water plant during the 9-month must be supplemented with schools than he does for general came through virtually unscathed 1 l

00 mills for sub school maintenance load. period from October, 1946, to July county funds it was explain- operation of the county ((10.25 832.16 with a to minor$1,710.reduction from $!,_ '

100 mills for city operation All Will Pay 1947. inclusive, declined to $77- ed.Total mills) or for the city ((12 mills). The
Hospital! Fund
I In brief; Everyone living within 124.03-almost $20,000 less than expenditures for the new Commlxulonorii. Trim med from $2,000 was trim
195 Total 'the city limits uses some type of year are estimated at $333,40200 Wielding the big knife at Us to $1,00503. t
uhlch means, of course that a Starke business man pays the $06,227.73 total realized from -an Increase of final.bud&et County Jail Item
will meeting here
utll'ty and $91,285.10 (38percent
now pay som- ( on August -
this ___ .
of assessed valuation on his real estate and source during the same 9- H. The "Post War
every $1.000 thirg toward the operation tf the over last year' total ex- 14, the Hoard of County Commissioners Planning or
roperty. If the business Is of average size-say the building city which offers him the benefits month, period In 1944-45.: penditure $212,11581.Instructional : trimmed $16,212.73 Building Fund" was omitted from

lued at $:SOOO and the fixtures, stock, equipment, etc., at I of police protection, garbage collection During this period of declining salaries for 1947- from its whopping $120,314.16 the totals USHI,! above for purpose

5,000, said business man would pay $369.50 in addition to fire protection! sewage revenue and increasing costa the 48 are budgeted at $223.701. an "temporary" total bringing the of comparison becaus It I I. not

a other taxes (income, social security utilities, etc.) plus disposal, street, sUewalkv, etc. city was able, by virtue of this Increase of 181,73ft: S7.flO percent) permanent 1047-48 budget down an operating expense and provides,

jetty, state and county). Since the enactment of the Homestead cash reserve, to purchase, install over the $141,945: expended for to 10410143. This final figure for the construction a new
i this millage Is not high In comparison with ,other locall- Exemption Act, the owner and pay for a new unit at the this purpose In 1946-47. The bulk represents a modnrate In'rollMe county jail which the State in.

tainly cities that do not own their own light and water of a home in Starke has paid nothing light plant. Cost of the unit and of this increase however, comes I'of 0 percent over the 1946-47 total "bearing down" on the county to
last have a much higher millage than ours. But I point out toward the city's operating: Installation, with the necessary from the State Foundation Fund of $97,163.69. construct This was listed in the

a just to show taxpayers how the total mlllage is dlntrlb- expenses unless he also owned foundation and enlargement of and boosted teacher pay will cost 'The $ ,OOO Inrreasa shown In temporary budget at $35,000 and
Incidentally, to prove to those not In business that all bualneas property 'i. the building, was between $70.- Bradford taxpayers only $1 for [comparison of the two years l.i reduced In the final budget to I
cflt" Is not so clear after all. to 000 and $75,000, the Council pointed each $1,000 of assessed value more than accounted for $37,050. It will be paid for when
Replying p"rsonll"ho have by new
out. from
While expenditures for the new expenditures added to the revenues received i
been critical of the new utilities budget
nonel 1 hAS often wondered why the city does not operate on tax, the. Counc'l points out that In presenting the above discussion year are estimated at $333,40200 by popular demand These Include' by the county from the
Commissioners and the School Board. I've of that the Board will State, race track fund t
Baa do the County in the City Election of 1916 the matters It feels actually receive an the new I3.00O honpltallsatlon-
point to ask here and there, and no one seems to know voters gave a clear mandate to the public should be familiar with, estimated $397,269.86 from all for-lndigents! fund; $2,000 for a MIIUco Breakdown ''I} S

st hasn't been the custom, that's all. the City to- continue its financial the Council calls attention to the revenue sources. The bulk of the home demonstration agent's salary MllUges levied for the ."rioa.:+:;. 'se
to me that a budget prepared and advertised like the Corn- support of' the Bradford County fact that an audit of the city books $03,86786 overage ($' :1.000) must and supplies; and $1,000 for funds In.the new budget are as .. ; I
s' and the School Board's would do a lot to help the average Health Department. This was has been made annually for the be transferred to a Building A the Library Building Fund. :In follows: ..I:
of his city government and would past ten the results of Bus Reserve Fund 'order General Fund 'I mills
oiderstand the operation voted In the face of warnings from years an required by to Include these new expend : Fine sV
help to the City In arriving at its tax millage and In con- the City that ..uclan. expenditure which have been published and the new school law. The remaining itures and at the same time avoid Forfeiture 1 1-4: Agricultural I

|ts affairs generally _. would require:'the imposing of a are always available at the City $18,800 will be reserved! for contingencies a raise In mines the Commissioners 1-2; Road A. Bridge Maintenance

folks\ra. pro e'to, criticize things they do not under- garbage collect n;,ice of from Hall for the inspection- : of the pubi. i and -Uia unused portion -,. cut so deeply Into 1 4; Hospital. 1-2." .
erea facU known, discrepancies ? lic. ** I placed in a cashbalance fund other estabnaliJo tf".d'.t' aw. ,
ywherfiajj. .are_ .: :Soc to 75c: pej inooth.. This"fee departments net 't..III'>. M
plalned.)I I not levied and until now for oarry 'over a( \hllt' end of the that fear !has. been expressed In as year's tavrlth( tile sx- ,I
fclonel makes we,this suggestion for what It la worth and if the EXPLAINS some sources that general ceptlon of the Agricultural Fund
has not been necessary, the Coun LETTING OF CONTRACTAn year.A opera :
| should eoncpr and publish a budget annually I believe it cil stated. The new utilities tax breakdown the 'estimatedschool tlon of the county might be seriously which was raised one-fourth mill;
I a great aid:to improved understanding and better relations explanation of why a con- revenue to be received in hampered Road Bridge, cut one mill; and
will not coat the Individual taxpayer tract for the two
the "governing" and the "governed". new cement tennis 1947-48 Is as follows: the new half mill levy for thf'1a_
| Fund t
as much as the originally Company
courts at the
city's playgroundpark
School pltallzatlon of
lunch funds from Federal A Indigent: The
planned garbage collection fee let comparison of the published
; was by the city without quarter mill levied last
I'Ovemment-$3,381.00. t
and will be much easier for the '" : temporary budget with the' finally year
receiving bids
competitive was the
Orlando Vocational training fundsStats( ) Service 'Officer Fund was e-
Moves Plant To ; city to collect, it was said. made yesterday by Councilman .$1.012.SO. 'the adopted. form' dlsolosa that llminated due.. to an overage in
In explaining the necessity for Junitn M. Smith County General Fund total I the
Stats free text books $4- race track fund which couldbe
Increased revenue the Council "Although it is customary to 242.96. was trimmed from $42,287 to used for this
Property To Garage Operator I points out that more and more call for bids in awarding a contract State Foundation funds for $37,821.20: : The five Commissioners whose) i

property goes into the Homestead of this size," Mr. Smithsaid instructional salaries, transportation The Fin's A Forfeiture Fund re- job It Is to "sweat. nut" the-.- annual -

Rabeck to Starke exemption bracket each year "It u. was the opinion of all' current expenses, capital mined virtuellythe same wiui budget, ..t.t.th-at-* task t i
f came and the total valuation of homesteads members of the Council that the outlay, debt service-$213,166.00. only a negligible' reduction of I was complicated this year by unprecedented
built a two-story business house for re-Icing trucks. on the 1947 tax: roll Is' price submitted by J. M. Edwards Receipts from 7 1-2 mill general from $15,820 to l1 .213.83. demands for funds I

\ oPerated "Jo-Jo's) Place" Mr. Touzalln and his wile S813.2110-an Increase of $91,400over of the Bradford Engineering Co. county levy (used to supplement The Agricultural: Fund was the for nw service and purposes In

|(rink establishment) dur- moved; Into their new home last the 1946 total. The law expressly was not out of line, and it was Foundation fund and used for only department showing an act.' the county while, on the other

Slanting years made i month from Jacksonville wherehe forbids the levying of thought that even it there was a same purposes $23,983.02. I ual, though slight Increase In Its hand, there were unprecedented
I taxes on this kind of property slight variation when comparedwith Reoelpts from sub district levies final form-from $5,875 to $::1- demands for lower taxes. "You
employed as a body man
found was
to retire but
j on,. i except for debt service Since the figures of another bidder for current expenses and maintenance 895,:S3. just can't have both," the Com
Bides* energy Incapable of with Brooks Motors for three Startae has no outstanding bonds, It would be preferable to give of school In each particular Major trimming cams In the mission*!"* unanimously agreed :
pings easy. After the war years and was also with Claude homesteads here are absolutelyfree this work to a local contractor." dlatrlct-l2"U3.00.

[his building but soon was Nolan Motors for several months of city taxes,_. and. yet this I The contract for the two cement One mill assessment; on homesteads

business 'at a ).location Mr.;, Touxalin is a. native of Jamaica property benefits by the costly ,courts was $3,604.00. for debt service-$1,827.00. Property Sales Surveying Office
his horn,, in North but came ..to the state services offered by the city to Stats. Racing" funds $31, 08. Opened Thit"'Week

jo Rout 200-first M a five years ago and settled in Jack every property owner within Its Watson Rules Reserves carried over from last .i
baa; then as, a soft drink sonville. He Is very favorably Impressed limits. If homesteads were taxed year-$8i,184.0 Show ActivityConsiderable M. O. MoMfllan this wk etJ a..

with his adopted country like other property they would 5 Years, 8 Months Total estimated receipts ed his new land surveying osYlas)

ay. Mr. Rabeck strippedwaist and states that the opportunities pay $10.4T Into the city treas- School Entrance Age I197289.86. In quarters adjoining the- -law of-
of the mid- annually at the. current mil- In local
and sweating; gen- and living conditions .ury. BxpesMUturas i activity floe of a. L. Patten above the Tip
In the late-August mugM dle class In this country are --.-.-. Children who will be six years A breakdown of estimated expenditure real estate is reflected In deeds
* harder .at.work than much better than In his native Reserve Find old on or before January: 1. 1949, for 1947-48 follows recorded during July and AugustIn Top Grocery. Mr. McMillan will .
loading th'lat"bn\' of his land where the wealth hi not s. The city now has a cash balance will be permitted to enter scboel. General control (salaries of begin field work .around pt. 1
of 10,000 In the bank and the county record books. Among and In tile meiwhll wad b
plant equipment on a weU-4I11trtbuted-there being the This announcement was made superintendent, clerical assistants, gladto
I'1ICk-d..t1datioAt 'Malts very rich and the very poor but $23,000 In U. 8. Savings Bonds yesterday by >Counts- Superintendent and board members; legal expenses the larger transactions were i Interview anyone who i Wishes

suburb of Orlando.Reason I not The Council, however does not Arthur R. McRae following and office expenses) II. O. Lawson to Coy A, Stephnso !this type of work done. Us will

g to Rabeck: : tva>'yars middle many."comfortably.ttled"j wish to use this for current receipt of a ruling made by' fl3.83O.00. : lot 11. Block :IS, Livings have associated with him two

i Property was taken into operating expenses but feels that Attorney General J, Tern Watsonon 'Instructional (teachers' syUarl ton. Truby A Co. addition (the local men, Edgar Wilkinson and .

[ limits of Starke without Bank Will Cub lit should be kept as a reserve August 25 Interpreting provisions s.'.text books library expenditure former >Eastman house on*' North Merrill Struth,

wled,* or consent", His (against future emergencies and of the new school law. It class room supplies)-$233,* i Water Street), 2400.. I
ent up but the services to Terminal Bonds for use In development of the had previously been announced 993.00. '.) B. Lawsosi to A. L.'Crosby: Lot NaWBHS Principal

e felt he was* entitled as After September 2 new city playground-pmrk and that children would have to be Operation of plant (janitor 10, Block IS, L. T. Co.'s addItion Addresses Lion
llmg city resident did not I,.for other needs that might arise. .six years old on'or before Dec. service fuel utilities)-$13.800. (the house on North Water

f ck,alleges), consequently I On and after September 2 the It was stated that $SBOO has already I, 1947 In order to enter school. Maintenance (repair, replacements Street near Eighth Street recent Charles Partln new principal
9>ls at Starke will be been expended on park Putting it another way U repainting, general upkeep the Valrts Kldds
property and moved- Florida Bank of occupied by ), of BHS, was the !guest speaksrat
fit and bottle (thousands qualified to cash Terminal Leave including 11.54)0 for purchase the child Is five years and eight buildings and grounds)-$15,000.: $2800. the Lion Club"Monday night tHe
the property and the remainder months old by the first day of (
k need the Auxiliary agencies transportation
Incidentally a Bonds for veterans who and the Violet A. SlbUy Dens and C. praised Llonlsm and cited instances -
".. loea-I' W. B. Sewell president announced for grading, clearing September, he will be permittedto promotion of health' school
IJ ..as'h1' p..ee cash will construction of two cement tennis enter. lunch operatlonUVS78.eo.J'lxed W. Da to Mr. and Mrs. William of the good work that Is
veaterdav. The bonds
.. aortsiyjlreclated.
being carried 'on by the organlnstuon !'
D It he.:IJla4"OJIIifbeen in b-earned at face value plus accrued courts. All students planning to enter charges (Insurance: and Kronenber.er: the property, furniture In various'communitiesthat
-The only outstanding obligation the Starke and Hampton schools oommlssUns)-$7,850.00. / and fixtures of
)I.T.* for ft few mostha, interest, and positive identification In water Pine Tree lie has visited.Arrangements .
4e.ti.t( he had severaltrlbuttog is necessary.preferably of the City 1* $43,000 certificates will register next Thursday, Sept. Capital outlay (payments on Ian on Routs 100 (Key.toneU.lghea were completedfor
It was and sewer revenue 4, at 9 o'clock. School busses will usa buIld1Jl&UOOO.oo.D.bt .
hi*"company'atmxIuct the veteran's discharge the remaining balance of an original run that day and lunch rooms will ervleU8,200.00.TutaJ Road), $10,500. the charity baseball game to e'be
: "Whistle" and stated. Cecil L. sponsored by the club her on
$49,000 lie made September Douglas to Eliza J.
be Birth certificates should
for veteran open. peDdltu.rU33.402.00.
l4 six or on It Is not necessary a Labor Day.
eight men In
stake Hall
the : residence Westmoreland
city's on
1942, as that time. sub-school district levies
be at
II, His operation in Cen- to discount or to) pay a fee of of water presented Special Street $3409 ,t
cashing his bond, Mr. an extensive program for maintenance remain the same
orIdaifU1 kind for
greatly ex- any The
. lie out. i and sewage Improvements. Stores Will Close a* last years and are as follows: David W. and Nannle MoweD
stated. had Sewell pointed
' WhlH he Snyder and! remaining $2M,000 of this $300.-1 Dlst. 2 (Hampton) 5 I mills; No. 3 of Montgomery, Ky., to Lester J. The OFFICE CAT
pout Secretary
machine here capa- Treasury veterans who are I I 000 project was paid by the Federal For Labor Day (Stark) 6 mill: No. 6 (Lawtey) Kite: a 240-aere tract between Says
turning out 73 VanderbIlt 3 Sampson 3600.
' need of cash to I 7 mill; No. 10 ( ) ;
Plant at Maltlaad will not !In Immediate at the rate of Mayor Chas A. Darby announced -
bear No. Graham 0 mills r
IO-Ipout bonds as long as possible cates mills: 11 ( ) : Bernice F Opperman of GrandHaven
Cem with a hold their must be paid that all Starke business '
caps1 and yesterday -
percent No. 12 New River 10 mills No.
a0 maturity thereby three ( ) ; Mich., to Jams Thomas
II cases per hour. or amount of Interest back over a period of 28 years houses have signified their 13) (Hellbronn 10 mUU; No. 16 Lawton: relllMnce, Bertha Peace
Eberte the
'd< will remain as Increasing Bonds can be from water and sewer revenue Intention of closing all day Mon (Rising) 9 mills; No. Is (Brook- re-suMlvbilon; $::1000.W. .
distribution manager for they. will receive. finance. Good day. Sept. 2, for Labor Day ob
Irke area. Rabeck stated cashed at any time after Sept. The Council feels that the Cityof servance. ;l art District 10 mills.Interest and sinking Goodfft to Theron E. and I'

f11 be serviced from the 1. Starke Is in fine financial condition I The holiday will be featured by Stark 1.2 mills Page Virginia Moore of FarmvllI. .
mlllage are ; '
i Plant Merchants and others are cautioned to Vs.: farm Southeast of Stark on ?
marked contrast a baseball game on the. local dia
or ac- Hampton 1.5 mills; Nw River 4 Palatka
, few Owner against cashing bonds iaf 'most other Florida municipalities mond at 2:30: o'clock between the mills; Brooker 5 mil s. highway
*'s Property, comprising cepting terminal leave because -and It is daaired to keep It Red Sox and the Fairfield Independents William Jablonowskl to O. C. Chairman Levy says the new

tats of lend a residence, >aym nt for merchandise transferable so. It la pointed out that Sterile (Jacksonville" ). The UNDA LAMAKB RAY Ca. on: 50-acres of land north of "blinker light" will be placed at

rental cottage, and a large the bonds are not ants has as low a light rats as practically game Is sponsored by the SUrkeUons Mr. and Mrs. L. 8. Edward. of Crosby Lakes $2 CO. Tenth. and Walnut when Joe Martine .

; "'u purchased EdTouzalin and -tn. authorized the paying bonds for any town In Florida' and the Club for the, benefit .pf /acksonvllls. formerly of Stark, Mrs. Mlnnl) S-. Brown, to ,LeoL. *, Rate back ffeoVJits" .recs.titn.llers's.heping.tbe.next .

who plan to "will not redeem whose rate was materially._ dised.in, sight. sonMrra.Uon for' Bradford announce) tbs birth, .*f a daughter, Stabler residence and, acreageat accident n

I a u body a modern and fender type shop Ice name anyone Is except Inscribed.the on parson the bond." June 1944 In spite .f the fact that County's underprtva.r. 'cbll4r. L! Linda Lamarr. on July: 31. Latwtey; $ 500.:' \ holds up until then R ,

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"The Hucksters"'With STATE ..'K FU>KI :.A 1 :J(rs.'liar. .
} Bradford County Telegraph ''I 'i I .. L.aM> Bl.ndt. .(> r->-
Bv e1q 1 BrookerBy Gable And Kerr I.d..nw and .d.tr- ..e its Jae lay
,1 Jlt Maplrwood. N J.rwF.
4 ESTABLISHED 1877PuMlkfcrd E. l_ MATTHEWS. OWNCK-EDlTCma JAt Florida Sunday Ton required to appear os
? 'sa ) T. W. Mark*? are
I' Arpteutb.r 12, !)/;, !. liMaocd aM"
Every FrMaytlaa Eafcrred a* 1 gcoodOffe . o . 1 Court and c..*., rb.",l.
) With the one-ajvl-only Clark BradfendOrdr
.vlaJmltr *k diTorr
I' Matter the P j i tm tour wxklr taanta.WIIB :
at the Church here Sun I seat sracu
: American! : fI.Inu. Deborah Kerr, .M mr band
/MEMBER %j 1947 J,day Aog 31, and will continue at 8urk Florida /I
i through the week. Everyone ill, heading an all-star cutrile 1llT.IOFFTCIAL. 1

of 4rA.eriptfoa .2 AuoaJly SI.IIS Fer Six Meads<< \:Imrtted to attend I II Hucksters", a blCb-wlde-and-haad-j As Clerk of SEAL said) ': SATURDAY AIGtST29,30
Mr. and )lr.. Wallace Mills and I som* adaptation of the best-aeI'ltng !By: LorlU C. .... I;
I Mr. and )lr.. B. H. HarrKn. of novel revealing the frenzied]I A T.tr.Prank for fU.LII...."'.... '

BRADFORD PASSED IT UP Jacksonville, Mr. and Mr*. OG activities that go on behind the I 8 $TAINGS[ 1
The American Cancer Society U still some $300,000abort I Lewis and daughter, of Tallahaftaee -: cents of a radio advertising(\
l : Mr. and Mr*. Grady Baxter -, will be hown at the Flori- &
; of It $12,000.000 goal for the 1946-47 fiscal year. The agency '
I of and Mr., and. Mrs.
/ i money thto year aa in the past will be spent for research in Buster MOIa and ),,.. Carrie Xn-: da Theater. Sunday, Monday _dTuesdaJ' \ i E GROCERY[

America's scientific centers, for fellowships for outstanding!:gram of Stark. wen weekend
a.. young medical minds, and for all the weapons that Humanity !guest of Mr. and Mr*. E. T.Stew-: The bombastic story, moving at
: '' ,., .: and Science can turn against "the crudest kiCer of themall" 'art and Mn. Annie Lewia.Mr : a breakneck pace. casts Gable as// St. Last Store E. Call St.
the Ingratiating Vic Norman who, For
' cancer. !I *, 3. V. Edward and two I
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) comes back from the war with
Bradford County can take no pride in the fact that it children are rpendlnjf a few day moat I
ISO: In hla pocket, spends
helped to contribute to that $300.000) deficit this year, rather I, Salt Spring i of It on a neckti that will Impress N.Y. MaidTable: Crate
].InI. F. Haaen of Starke wasvisiting ]
ri '' i' i than to the cash fund itself. The cancer fund drive was relative here Saturday' the head of the Kimberly Advertising Men's ,
1'' passed up here this year because throughout the length and afternoon. Agency. This la the sort I OLEO
r breadth of the county no one could be found who would take I: i of role that Gable plays to perfection All Sizes II I
Mr. and Mn..J. K.
z the responsibility of becoming chairman of the campaign. spent last week at Earhon Douglas B ach.: I -the faat-talkiDC. love- i i'
Vic who
making sweeps everyoneand
kills In eight Statistically it Mr. Mr. Stoke of
f Cancer one persons. and Henry everything before him until ea. 31c lbt
i claims one life from every two families-yours and your Texas City. Texas, are here at the he meets a girl whom success and Army ,
r d neighbors'. Of the approximately 700,000 cases in the United bedside of bis. mother. Mr*. Blrt money can't touch
Bradford County is Stokes. Friend of Mr*. Stoke
States about 184,300 will die this year. Miss Kerr plays the girl with t
It will have its rata share of those deaths. are glad to know that she 1* Improving t KINGANS
not immune. pro subtle overtones and a ringing SS11jWEINERS27c !
The true tragedy of this situation lies in the fact that conviction that will win her a Dungarees I
while the number of deaths from cancer has been growing Mr*. Gladyi.Strickland of Plant I(II host of American admirers to add II I
City and Mr* Eunice Kite of -
steadily 50 percent of those stricken cannot be saved until to her large English following. :
Starke are here visiting Mr. and
new discoveries are made. Perhaps even more tragic is the Mr*. Blrt Stoke ,I Adolph MenJkMi .U colorfullycast I Dress I
knowledge that another 25 percent will die although they as the nerve-wracked ;Mr. :
+ y Mr. and Mn. Henry Pate of Hose
r lf+ ( 4it could be saved by an early diagnosis and treatment. Biuhnell were weekend guests of Kimberly who lives In fear of. lbtCIICf6
cUent Ava Gardner Is
The fact that Bradford "County did not contribute to :Mr. and Mn Gent Stokes.Mr. j extremely losing a appealing as the nightclub Work Caps .
and Mr L. Parrish of
does not that citizens are ;
the drive this year mean our grossly singer who proves a good
Trenton were visiting: Mr. and
I indifferent to the cause for which this money is being raise ''sport when ahe has to band Gable
Mrs. Edd Polk over the weekend.
ed. There are many among us who would readily and willingly Mr. and Mr*. Tom Waadta of over to Miss Kerr. Other strong Ladies
contribute had they been asked. But the fact is that Waldo spent Monday afternoon supporting roles are ably hand Can
r there are so many of these annual fund raising campaignsand with MJ- and Mrs. Blrt Stoke led by Sydney Greenstreet. Keenan $ .
no few citizens, who will assume any responsibility for Mr*.' Mary Green left Friday to Wynn and Edward Arnold.
$ them that it makes it very difficult to obtain a new chairman spend a week at Willliton with Next Wednesday and Thursdaythe Rayon .ROAST33c
Is- }' every time one rolls around-which they do in rapid her lIOn, Pitt Pinluton. Florida will offer a double
aucce""ion. feature program combining "Ren- $1.25
dezvous With Annie", co-starring
The fact that Bradford County did not contribute to lb.
Eddie Albert and Gull Patrick
' of Commerce has of its current objectives
as one Lawtey with "That Brennan Girl", fea- Large Size
a the merging of all annual fund-raising drives into one large turing James Dunn and Mona
n effort along the Community Chest idea that is carried out in By L. IL Patch Freeman. 3 For --- ..

Jacksonville and other large cities every year. Business and . Labor Day
asked contribute to the full extentof Picnics
professional men are :Mayor and :Mm O. J. Phillips State School Supervisors. BLOUSES
their abilities for charitable purposes once a year and had a very pleasant and unique Mrs. Will Edwards was a business We Have Cartons
t c then this money Is divided up among the various agencies. experience lat Monday at noon visitor to Jacksonville( last
that ask for help. In this way the onerous task of fund- when they were *ucceii raising is disposed of in one great effort instead of in piecemeal getting a telephone call throughto Felman T. 'Redd and son Skirts rr -
' E driven, that come one right after the other from fall their son. Cpl. William C. Phillips of Macon. Ga.,, are visiting Mrs.
until'summer. '- who Is stationed In Germany.Cpl. Redd's parents Mr. and Mrs. O.
6 for 25c
Phllllpi has been ,
overseas J. Phillips.
In the meanwhile if there are some in this county who .
e 1 would like to help make up that $300,000 deficit in the can- for re-enllated.several He months would and like recently to hear Lawtey Is to have a. S and. 10 r I C K
cent store In the near future The
cer fund, whether a dime or a dollar or fifty dollars, your from his friends Kin address .is: location.is the old prices and we do not "up"the pri
drug store
i contribution may be mailed directly to the American Cancer CpL Wm. C. Phillip* 14080297. building and tbe store will be to overcome these. We assure you
+ s Society 47 Beaver Street, New York 4, New York. APO 633 18th BPO. Co! PM. ready for business by Oct. 1, according .Thanks. .
New York. N. Y. Bargain
/ Your contribution now may pay rich dividends in better to workmen now remodel-
health foi in family i in later Rev. C. B. North was the guest ling the and & Volley L. Starling
\,jrou,... pr someone your ,_ : years. of life aunt. Mr* Callto Fallance. the stock.building arranging I ..
In Green Cove Springs Wednesday I
... Mrs. Alice Jones of Tberema
night of last week. .
.spent last week here as the guestof
All the store In Lawtey will
SAVE MONEY be closed all day next Monday to : her neice, Mrs. O. J. Phillips. ,
r 0 give the merchants and clerk a 11: CIRCUIT corny BRtDfORDCOH
chance to celebrate Labor Day. ; l "i'y"' ? Dy Buying What You Need For The Home F. S. Smith and Mr. Chapmanwere Oliver l'ERr William, Pllndt. Plaintiff. vUarl ..

At The "Old Stand-by" day.. Mr.visiting Chapman our school la one last of Tues the t L:..ORDER.No.Louise 688*OF. Bllndc PUBLICATION, Defendant. THERE IS MORE ON

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-I last week was enjoyed by a large uncle, A. P. Moore. and his natural habitat la the carves the right to reject any and T, 1147. to affixed, thin the 9th day or

crowd. The house waa filled beyond The Lake City Tobacco Jubilee swamp. nil btda.HY OFFICIAL REAL) A. J. Thoma August A X> 1917.OFFILIAL \ .
RiverLONG seating ORDER ot tb. Stats Board ot A* Clerk of eatil Court. I ( 8J6AL) Ckaa. A. Barb?..
w capacity Thursday of last week was enjoyed Maybe they can't see. The lot Education ot the State of Florida. Joseph K. Skipper Jackonvlll. Mayor.ATTEST.
The revival lnna.rO, F. Caldwell Governor FI" Carl John, .I
la by the
running at the following from here: ,
BRIDGE was quite open and Joe and Jon'ssnake ATTEST .
: Atty. for Pit. | It g.I City Clerk. 1It (-( j
New River Baptist Church this Mr. and Mrs. Jay Moody and was a canebreak with T Colin Kn.ll .h, Ssrr.tary -- -.... "
""arnle Iff Lazenby week and nice crowds are attend- children Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moody rattles "and a button". flat Hoard of Education IN riRCi'iT roi'MT. BRAnroitn- f
S-15 Bt -llin .
ing. Everyone Is welcome. and children. Mrs. Alvle Thomas, Sunday afternoon Mr. 1. Charles A. Darby, Mayor ot : '
and Mra.Alvln .
Oscar Gibson left Lake Mr. Shiver, Fonnle Crews, Mr. rmrriT COURT RAi>ronoOI Stark. Florida m..lr of theauthority Mae "HpauMtna-. Plaintiff, ... Rill
\'i' CIU'RC'lIv. City and Mrs. E. A. and Kite and family were returning "'- 'MTY.' FI.OHIUAI. IM: CHAN.fPn visted I In by law I do I Spa. ORDEROFaPIJBI.ICATIONa197e 1
unable Sunday with the American Southern Sapp Jon Laz- from Starke and T. hereby vail an election to h.00..""
Fred Dodd was enby. a big Donald K. Lamb, Plaintiff. v.. Florence at the City Hall In the aforesaid AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
appointment State Shows, enroute to Clifton diamond back was crossing the M Lamb Defendant. Case town by the qualified' voter* on I STATE OF FLORIDA tot Wit ,
his regular Mrs. R. J. Turner Is confined road. Alvin him No. 58<4. Tuesday, September 9th( 1147. forth RpauMlnir' whoa residence I I.: Calf I',
ran but thisdldn't
day, as lie la still away Ga. He plans to be with the I to her bed this week. We're all over ORDER OF PVBt.IC'ATtON purpose of electing the follow.. Creek, Kentucky.You .
The I phase the snake so Mr. Ins officer: are required to appear on i iSeptember
a revival Shows for about a year and says to hear APPEAR On. 111"01'On. above I 1
If i sorry of her Illness and Kite turned the STAT! ft, 1947, 1 In the
car around and OF FLORIDA to Florence
rden of the .Salvation that his job Is to operate the"octapus" hope she is M. Lmh. whose residence: la IflOS Clerk, Treaaurar, TaxAaaeanr named Court and ('..u..., wherein Ipl..lnlltt i
soon. :
services. went back to "fix him tight". South and Tax Collector eeeke divorce and custody I
both Taylor
at He extends Invita- Street, Philadelphia,
eached an One '
Leslie MarshallTwo of minor child. Bradford County
Sapp has returned home Pennaylvanla.Too .
i tion to all his frlenda to "come Alvin says he slowed down the Aldermen for two ,.*.1'. Telegraph shall publlah thll OrderIn
adford County Sing held from a week's visit with his bro- snake's speed but had are' required to appear on On. Alderman for one :year, n- next four weekly leauea.Wltneaa .
Church' up and ride with me". ther heightenedhis September 5. 1147 In the above expired term. my hand and nfflelnl
River Baptist I Dempsey In Gainesville. And fight. There seemed plentyof named Court and cause. wherein. Inspectors of said election: S. B. sent! at Stark, Florida, this AuaruetOFFICIAL
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moody were while there he went fishing in fight left, and he plaintiff neck divorce' Ttradfordcounty Spark' R. *. emnreat. L. A. Ren- 1. 1941.
in Gainesville Wednesday shop- Perry Creek and Tuscawillow put up a good Telecraphi shall publish this" nolda. F. a. Hemingway, B. B. ( REAL) A. J. Thomas, t tA
one, but Alvin finally won out. Order In next four weekly. laauea. Rowland.In a Clerk of said. Court.
ping and attending the car sale. Lake and visited at Cross Creek. There were eight rattles. Wltneaa my hand and official testimony whereof I hereuntoauhaorlbe River A Andersoi. Green Cove
/ seal at Starke, ,Florida this
Johnnie AucuatlOFFirlAI. my name and cause the .
Frances Crews accom- Mr and
A. P. Moore of .
While Russell Oreen was cutting t. 1111.I seal of the said town to be hereun- Attya, Plf. 9St 1-"
panied Carolyn Crews home Sun- Miami are making their home I ( SEAL) A. J. Thernaa.
ground with his tractor around A* Clerk of sale. Court. -
to"spend the week with herat !
day near the
Long Church. .
I New River Church he killed an- 'Illvera A Anderson, Green Cove
the State Farm. Carolyn attended -, have a nice big trailer and are 'Springs. Fin.
the Long Bridge Christ- very much at home In it. The other rattler but not such large I AU,.. for Pit S-l It SS9IJI R. B. Alvarez & Son

ian Church Sunday with her' Moores are old-timers of Brad- one Incidentally did you know CIHCl'IT COURT BRADFORD I I
the church used to be known! as
ford County Mrs. Moore being ('Ol''r't'' FLORIDA IN CHAN.CKHY. ,
)ependable.Preserver Rattlesnake Church? .
the former Gertrude Crews Mr.
Albert O. Maneey, Plaintiff "".
Moore will drive the New River A colored man killed a rattlerat Mary P. Maaaey, Defendant Can Transfer & Co.
No. S79. Storage
EXPERT bus to Starke this term. Mrs. New River colored school ORDER OF PUBLICATION

Moore is in Miami this week, that was a "monster"---said to AND NOTICW TO APPEAlt .
have had 21 rattles! STATE OF FLORIDA to Mary
but will return here 9105
soon. r>. Maaaey who.. rentdeno and address Phone
portent in In merL. Mr. and Mrs R. V. Turner and Fernle Moody U the champion! ..: SIS Lawrence Street Marrletta Mo l.g and

You need depend- I family of Jacksonville stopped by He couldn't possibly let one snake You, are Oeorsla.required! to. appear on $t t4Iagp VTe Operate Local and Long Din-
to visit with Mrs. Cowan's parents season by without September 15, ID47 In the above I

Automobile* Insurance Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Tomlln- least go one coldblooded committingat murder. named plaintiff: Court seeks and divorce cause, Bradford wherein ;r: lance Anywhere In The State of

this week County Telegraph shall I publish I thla.
son. one day enrouteto '
i an emergency occurs. +rte He heard one "Jar" his rattles'''Order In next four weekly I........ Florida. !
Raleigh N. C. to purchase a under his truck which Witness my hand and oftlolal
was parked
I new car. seal at Htarke, Florida" tOile Au- Alsa Hauling Anywhere In Starke City LimitsCOLLEGE :
Buy it now its front of his house one eveningas .n..t 11, 1911.IOFFIC'AL ,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Turner, InItiating he sat on his porch. His hogs ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas, t
SERVICEChas. a brand new Nash, came A. Clerk of said Court.
arley E. Johns were out there around the truck By Lucille C. Conner r>. C. ti
down from Jacksonville enrouteto and the ole diamond back jarred Charles It. lleae;; 701.91 i Really nidir.Jackaonvllle i

Agency C. Rainbow Springs Mrs. 'furner' his rattles at the pork era. They Atty. for Pit.Fla. 5.16l .-BIN ,

I IS STAKKK FLA. parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. found 10 rattles, but never did .,

F. Tomllnaon, and her brother know exactly how the snake nnrciT rorni\ nR"DFORO
ShepherdAt Frank many ('01''MTV.' I'I.ORIII" 11 fMAN.CKIIY. .
them. Mr.
.. accompanied had because Fertile shot them to : .
Tomlinson thinks it's too bad bad tlsorge Mulntlff,
Can't he shot that "filn
Service Station pieces. see Why : .. :
Cay's Mae
..,.... you can't be fishing some while Morgan, Defendant
end no how. Taint the end that Case No. 61St.OItUEIt .
ling THE TRAVELERS, Hartford) looking at the fish of various bites Is It? But Fernle U like HF1 PnHLICATION:

kinds, colors, and. nhapes. Mrs. that anyway. I STATE,AND' NOTICP1 OF FIXUlHlA! TO APPEAR to Mra.

Tomlinson returned with the Turners Max Cecilia. Moriranvhoae ,...1-
I m: rnuTiT collie nit ii>fntu dem'0 and .ndtlrean la: 50 Vineyard
for a week's visit In Jack I
"OI''Y' FLOIIIIMl IN CIIS.IKUV. Avt'nue, Yonk..,.. :New York.
sonville. You are riiiilrid| t>o uppear. on
BAR-BO. B & M Drive In Mr. and Mrs. James Lavenderand Irene L. Webb Plaintiff va. Jump Peptemher 12, 1941. In the .aktivenaini.d .
W. Webb, Defendant. I'line No. 6884 Court and cruse wherein
children attended the fun- ORDER OK fllKLK'ATION plaintiff seeks dlvorre. TlrndfnrdCiiunty r h'I
I'' Curb Service Only eral of Mrs. Lavender's stepfather ANO NOTICE] TO AHPKAR Tolenriinh shall pilbllah\ this
'II'd .
; ST.\".) OP FLOIUPA: Jnmea Order In next four weekly lanuea.wltneaa
Q. W. Boan In Baker County last {V. Webb whoae.rexlrtpnra la federal my, bati< and omcktlaeul "
t, '. Reformatory, Kl hello, Okla at Htarke. Florida. this August -
Bar-B-Q Sandwiches week. Mr. Bonn died Tuesday and homa. 13, 11141.IOFFICIAL. 1
was burled In Pilgrim's Rest Cem- You are required to upponr. on SKAI.) A. J. Thomas,
Fried Chicken September. 15, 1947, In the abovenHme Aa Clerk of said Court.
Southern etery. Mrs. Boan will now make
Lucille' O. Conner. D. C.
Court and -
Drinks her home with her two daughters seeks. dlvnrio.I'auee, Bradford whereinplnlntlff R' Frank Landrum, Htark Fin. t sy
Beer & Soft Mrs. Lavender 'and Mrs. Delbert County Telegraph. shall pnMlah thla All,. for Plf. l'15 4t '-5 [
Order In next four weekly laauea.
L'LL MIDNIGHTState Green of Hellbronn Springs.Miss Wltneaa mjr hand and official 11 CIHCl'1'r COIKT' n""OFORn
a +, OPEN 10 A. M. to 12 Ida Merritt In home after aeal .nt Stark. Florida, this Ail. (<'01'KHY.JoHDPhlim: >''.''''. FI.OIIIUA. IM CHAN. ;

> Highway; 200 4 Blocks South of Call St. a nice vacation with relatives In suet lOFfKMAL 1st 1917 SEAL. ) A. J. Thomaa It, Pain loth, Plaintiff I I ,
v*. Worth A. Fulrrloth. Dnfenditnt
A Clerk Court.
of said
South Florida. ,
By Luclll. C. Conner D. C. June No. 6H9SOHDKIl
Those outside of our commun- OF" PrBLIfATlOM !
J. K. Skipper. Wlllhim BuildingJnckaonvlllo -, ANI NOTICE TO A1'PNARSTATh7 t
ity attending church here Sun-. I Florida OF FLOIUDA to: WorthA

UVJ 'AA SOl W3T8H V s 3SHNNTIAVH3S day were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ally, for fit. S-15 4t 9-5, laundry, Falrcloth Department, who,,. residence, Kaneir. la:anilHIIIIHCX % STUDENTS Let Us Supply I

apul\I S fag U3Udna 13'IADIII Mr.Shiver and and Mr son. Robert of Lake Ward Butler and: IN(''rIRCI'I'r'''NTr. FLOIIIIIA rounr. lint IV limit 4.1IAN.Cfr'.IIY. n. "Jene,.. Hotel" rlprlnc Lake, New Your Need While In College. "

P" C. V. Smith Plaintiff, v*. Pellnh. It. You are required to appear on
children of Starke Pete of
; Sapp R, In the above
September 1147.
: IHdOW 161 AV3N SILL St. Petersburg: Mrs. C. C. But- Smith, Defendant.OP. I't'Oixe LICATIO-f No. IU7H.ORDEIl : named Court and 0"""., wh..r..lnplaintiff FOIl HOYS: we have! fountain. pensjpfpty razors, \ \'

aU9 .9?1y!Q..1yV-dV'IdSIlL.1 R AtQu .. 'es" l IAr, end-'rbn-fi ** '"and 'daughter I I STATE AND NOTICE OH1 FLO1UPA! TO APPEAR (Bounty T.tegrsphhail aeeka rltvnee. publish llradforil thl.Ord..r electric razors comb & brush! nets cigarette:>I lighters!, kI ,
,; to: Mellnh
In next four weekly Issues.Wltnes and other useful Items.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Carpenter, R. Smith who.* residence .and .,1. many ,
hand and officialseal '
jIBius 001 qofjsuiuodo } and baby, and Mrs. Butler's ulster dress ,la: 403 Churoh Htreet areenaboro at Htarke my Florida, Ibis August t
North Carolina FOR TIIK GIHL STUDENT: : we can "upply you witha
o .Jlud .1 aAt urra11oogJsMan alH 10 7. 1947.
waq of Alma, Ga., and Carolyn Crewsof You are required to appear. on
9\n oj anp qsnj B aq |11IM| ajaqj SB 'a),uo )vJpajmdaj the State Farm. September lit, 194T, In .the above A.(OFFICIAL Clerk of flKAI.' said. )Court A. J. Thomas, complete assortment of toilet articles' In uHarry, '

no.t a3jn a3DTJLON named Court. and oauae, wherein Joseph K. Skipper I Wlillama Illilit Yard Icy, Coty, Lucien Lclonir./ and J-cntherlc Items.! .!
molt o \\ ek
apXoq| a.veq } oj qsj) Mrs. Butler and family were plaintiff *<> dlvorre.. Mradfnrd 7 W. Fnrayth Mt., Jacksonville' Klii.. :
County Telegraph shall
publish thla
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.S. Order In next four weekly I."uea.Wltne..8 Atty. for Plf. 5-I It 8-all

L. Crews Sunday. my hand and nfrlrlalaael 1 OTlf' H
I .at Htarke, f
Florida, thla AuBnat -
Eustace Lee Kelly is contemplating II, 1947.OFFICIAL TO WHOM. la hereby IT given MAY llmt('nNf'I"'NINoll" I lmvfllHil .. .: Here Are Two New Items Just Received ,
a nice vacation after his < BRAT) A. J Thomas, niy, Final. Aconunilnic aa A-Imlnlatrator .
I A a Clerk of ...lit Court.
for the Katate: of J. F. This Week. i
S. : summer school in Gainesville Is Bv Lunllle r1. Conner P. C.Charlea Colley. dei'eaxed.. nnd will on the .
over. He will go to New York fora It tlena. 204-01 Really Did*. l Iftlla day. of lictnuer, l.47. apply tti

short while and visit his ma- Alt.1..k.onvlll.). tor ('It.' 11'1._ 1.16t 8-1 County Florida. Judge for vt Flmtl Uradfunl Dieharg.County aa INFLATED FOOTHAUI.H $2, 2.25, 3.19 5 95 I

ternal aunt. Tallahassee. Fl.eide Bald :'dmlnlolr.Jrh.: Colley, Adm'r. _DOLL CARRIAGES at 5.95:;, 11.75 & 18.95
"THIS ATLANTIC EQUALS BEER fVBk Mr. and Mrs. Percy Kelly of A...., II. 11111No'r.el' J-1S 4t 9-5 ,

9 a TASTED ANYWMERX IN THE WORLD" Miami are visiting relatives and NOTICE In hereby given! that the i
i friends here this week. Mrs. KellyIs "state' Hoard ">f Kdm-atlon of the ray f'.IICT'r. cmi'UT. ..III.TJVORTJf'OI
1 remembered as Miriam Adklna.Mm. folIate or Florida' will off ir fnr sal!, .> ". FI.UHIMi. IN (;"...:<1-
and will rvrt'lv competitive bide In r.IIY.
Susan Sapp and daughter, Tallahassee, Florida, at 11:00: o'* Doro'thy'T. Jones, Plaintiff V*. Al- KOCH DRUG STORE !
Mrs. Wade Humphries, and Jo clock, A. M. September 15th I'M bert W. Junee Jr., Defendant, Case
The Premium Beer for land In imADFOltD COUNTYdvitrrlbed No., I
.t the Popular Price Ann and Doris Sapp of Gainesville, .nn follow.; I 48MO'F.n OF PUBLICATION I
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. W% of "'HWV of tlei-tlon Iff. Town AND NOTICW TO APPEARR7'ATM .
were hli> 7 South, flange 12 East, : OF FLORIDA: AlbertW .
Johns and Mr. and Mrs. Emory HO.44 norex. Jones, Jr., whose residence lal
ffllANTlC4teCffeej Till NOTH'H I"| puMlnhitil In complliinoo % Columbia, Baking Company, Dun. ;
Johns Sunday.Mr.
with Bertlonn 270.07 270.011 villa, Virginia.!, \
and Mm. Romle and 170(111. Florida Htatlitce 1911. You are re'aulred to appear on
The niicneiierul bidder U to the September I, U 47, In the above
L-- 7'
Jacksonville were visiting .dmth
"Aunt"I I Rdvertlnlnir. cont. named Court and ,rauae, wherein
u Bell Johns Sunday. She The sale .It and when made. shall plaintiff seeks dlvnn- and reat.iratlan .
"Fall of Good Cht rS t' /lr..ltt..rtl
h<* subject to the Hoard reaMrvlnff of maiden naiiu- ,
r confined to her bed for -several shall publish thl.Oro1..r ,
ItSiiV unto itself all petroleum phosphate, County Telegraph'
weeks but seems to be somewhat tnJneraln and metals thereon or In next fi>ur weekly limuea.Wltnoa .
jjp" thereunder.The my hand and offlnla.1anal
fife better at this writing. State Hoard Sf Education r.- at Starke, Florida. ibis Annual .
l The rain has hurt several hay-

cuttings around here. O. F. Tom-

r..a.w.. ..r.,.,....a..:,a.......W.1 llnson says that he had a nice 'VItE'I.

field cut down and the rain came have catch
FIRST to '
and just in time to ruin it a fl. you '

Mr. and Mrs. Cheater Moodyand

children of Lake Butler, and GAI

Mrs. Moody's uncle, from Ark., the rabbit. 18c

enjoyed supper with Chester's .

: parents Mr and Mrs. M. II. I e;:: !) ,

Moody one night this week. There's an old recipe for t / ..'. '
l !
Sherman and Beverly Jo Crosby ? A" 6 FOR 25c
.& p of Rising were visiting their rabbit stew that starts out- 1">-- ftJ<<8.

; grandmother. Mrs J. L. Johns, "first you have to catch the trabbit"

VV3I".rV* this week.HATTLER.S. I've taken over the I I IJAI.I AIUS S. It. PILLS UltYFLOUR

ACKAWUN'Rattlesnakes Pure Oil Station at Temple ,,.... GRITS .t'j

begin to do their Old and Pratt and have the recipe for car care but 5 Ibs 0 0 a 0 .44 .16 II I

crawling during dog days. I first I have to catch the car! .That's where you can I
folks say they get blind but you
,,l help Friel Golden Corn No. 2 Can .16 :
can't tell! They certainly seem o. ,

-Iii ho Said to be able to see and get around Once I get my hands on that car of yours, I'll give It '1
anyway.week. Joe and Jon Lazenbywere new and longer life with Pure-Sure Lubrication and DEL MONTE j .
Last 1 1
playing In their lot and as Tiolene Motor OIL .I'll check and service the tires, lb. .45 I| CATSUP 0 0 .22 y, .

gJreargUJashda Jon reached down for a handfulof the battery and the other accessories that keep It
"war" with Joe,
nuts to
he hickory saw he was only a few Inches ticking. I have the Pure-Sure products and the know. DUTTEQL543.65C I

from a long rattler His hickory how to do it RIGHT.I'm .

nuts froze: In his hand but that"warwhoop" to make trading with real pleasureby PORKNECK MEATY I
going me a
Get rid of blue Mondays, once and for all or "snakewhoop" BONES SPARE RIBS
(whichever It was) didn't freeze. giving my customers good, old-fashioned, pre-war

by joining satisfied folk who bring their He gave a blood-curdling yell and service the little courtesies and extra. that meanso .69 .Ib. .39 lb.

laundry to .Bundle washday wor- !noon the snake wss-no lon.erl much. .Just steer your car my way and I'll do the
us. your It was a beautiful rose color with- VEAL KONE.ROLLED
rest. I'll thank you, ,and so will your car.
do the diamonds.
ries while we out
and yourself
enjoy According: to Frank Merritt. CUTLETS VEAL ROAST '

drudgery quickly efficiently and eco- there are two kinds. of rattlers .69 lb. .49 lb. .;.1' I ",
a diamond back which is\ a light ,

nomically.' tannish color with distinct diamonds ED TENLY

of darker hue running U. S. No. 1 Potatoea, 10 lbs..37 ;

down the back. He .
lengthwise I
Is a 'tannUh rOM color (a beautI- r f

The WASHETERIA ful tint has),a does continuous not have W diamondsbut markingtis TEMPLE & PRATT STS. PEAS, Ib. 0 0 0 0 .91| Carrots, bunch ..9U'OUS'f ... .. '..t I

321 Temple Ave. both sid** running lengthwise' l'

Phone. 118-W l body. Tnlto tbe 4MUWbre k I + s ,


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Vases P l.. tHnt whose r..l .nee ..u Court and can*. ...lIar.ln i iDlmlnclff rust 11. tin,
Oh. .s.aao, Province of Bl.aa. i,County Ord.r In next tour wnkjr !....... \PJ'' Lucille Csale l.W A.l.
I hind aDd eaieialMil 'T',
..- WtUi Land
: September.. are required If. 147. to In appear tbs above o at Stark. Florida' this ,Au- AU,.. for Pit l1ll1l' QAp+4t

Mrs. Johnson HostessAt Recently Wed .

Birthday Dinner

M... Barney JoHnson WM hoc- Well, wen Dope ya gtria Just to think of It! The Wfl All-occasion

ten at a surprise birthday rapper won't accuse me of being a traitor mot Browns of Tallahassee are

Monday. night In honor of her to the self If I pause to observe -, vacationing at their summer placeon

brother, Thomas Woodrow Burrency. that no wonder men don'tl Kiagsley Lake Audrey and Lustre

A feature of the eveningwas e. understand us I don't even I C.N. (Christy) Christy will be iT1 I ,, .'..,

cutting the large cake which understand us myself J, We, down from Augusta to spend : ,", 'J: J,
was beautifully loudly proclaim our great fervor Labor Day with Audrey's brother ..

and white for sports and make the boy S. R. Johns, and family ; ',J '
"These invited to be with the friend's life miserable until he Grace Osborn was seen in the

honor guest oo Oils occasion were blows a week's salary on a coupleof Jax: terminal Sunday morning I A.1"
' Mr. and Mn. Robert Halsten and < '.
choice seats for the ranking meeting husband Ted who arrtred \

family, Mr. and Mr L B. Wflkie. football game and then when our on the City of Miami from Chicago i"
r' :Mr.: and Mn. J. D. Carlton, Mn. J. t Pearls are the moat .
own Red Sox Issue a cordial Invitation 4 Also glimpsed there. wrwute ? ?

C. Cox and daughters Claire to us to com out and tame time, same train were the '..'; tune accent. Add a CII'llDlDr

Dean and VernUtean. Mr. and see a game FREE only IS (count Milton St. Peten who>> were meeting matched pearls to moths 10IIr

:Mn. W. A., DwIncII and famUy 'em) gals in the whole length and daughter Beryl Jean surd clothes. The same DeckIite

:Mr. and Mn. Larry Stripling Mr. breadth of Bradford County respond Sharon who've been visiting InChicago your throat for Important fomj'Jons

mad Mr FosUr LoU and family.Mrs. ... Spotted hi the bleachers for the put six weeks The glow ofIf'llri\ '
:: Era: Denham of Thomaston at" last Sundaes "Ladles Day"game the many trea. Jilt"
Ga, Mr. and Mn. W. A. Patton were Mesdames Ray McRae we have ta non.*
la .
and family., and Mr. and Mrs Harley Durban, Hemwall. Simmons Stop today.Men's

A. B. Surrency hi':* parent Lappe Mile, Newcomb. Cutest trick Eve seen I In a long
Pictured above The former Miss
Hilda Searing, daughter: of Mr. Moot,.. Ferguson. Keen,. Woner time .is the "Keutie" (yea, that'sthe

Luncheon Given Kessler, Solano. Tinman, and the name of It) razor act complete -
and Mrs. Glen G. Searing of Jacksonville
For Recent Brides / and Klncaley Lake whose Misers Alice Lapp :Marguerite: with three blades at Hart's and Ladies BULOVA. & ELGIN, Watches

marriage to Jack Gill son of Mr. Wainwright. and E:;er Shuford Beauty Salon .;. The razor Is -
1 Deus sister Tea air.
Mn. Leonard P. Smith. Jr.,and and Mrs. J. H. GUI of Norfolk. bad only two inches long and taI IN A WIDE PRICE RANGE
I hat to admit It.I
as strongly
:Mn. Walter M. King recent Va., and KIngsley Lake was solemnized -
suspect that most of us go to I in ,a darling little plastic case,
brides-elect, were the honored on Tuesday. July 29, in
football games Just to wear a about the size of a lipstick .
luncheon hometo ,
51' roasts at a delightful Folkston Ga. They are at Fine Watch
given by Mrs. Ruby John and friend at the Graham cottageon big. yellew chrysanthemum f etchIngly Works, too I tried it! .And Accessory

Mn. George B. Flynn laat Friday Clark Street. on the lapel of our favorite speaking of beauty shops Td

' t afternoon in the Woman'ai spectator sports cult; like to own that fan Loyree Hart- ...rye.Jewelry Repairing
has in. the Lady Fair .
Club ,
'i WSCS To Meet And BOW that my cheat I It's big enough to cool off Grand r N
luncheon table was covered
y with the Central Station Add Interesting '
can get along sprightlier Quality Has No SublJtitute"GEM
with a beautiful white linen cloth Circles of the Methodist WSCS
news of the week Returning newcomers: the E. C.
c 1, :h with a centerpiect of colorful glad will meet next Tuesday afternoon
vacationers are making m. turn ,(Buck) Mann family who recently
's '
i + toll A dolfclom* three-court at 3:3O o'clock: No. 1 with Mrs.
1 a pale chartreuse with envy as moved into the Denmark house on
luncheon wu'served with Miss
H. M. Rlcharde. State Farm. Mrs.
< He'swith
they dwell with glowing detailson North Water Street
Ann ) assisting the No. 2
Betty Ftynn co-hostess
J. M. Hembree ;
v the sights they've seen and Hercules Glimpsed BHS
hostesses.The with Mrs. J. Lb Anderson.
each the blankets they've slept under star athlete Charles Mooney de-
honored guests were
:Mary Lucile Sturgis and Hazel 1 parting last Friday. for Clemson JEWELR
R, presented with a pair of embroidered -
pillow cases, gifts of the WCTU Meets TodayThe Moore are still exuding. adjectives where he has a football scholarship!

over their trip to Havana while And speaking of f. b.. Assistant -
hostesses I In remembrance the
of the
j August meeting the Harry Houston and the Monk Coach Shad Bryant will arrive -

j4 r oocasion. Laura Scott WCTU win be held Dinklnses found Denver quite cool in town Saturday from Cum-

at the home of Mn. J. T. Quigley' thank you Ernie and Cleone berland University ( Lebanon 109 E. CALL ST. PHONE 170 STARKE FLA.

;t Jr. Club Supper this afternoon (Friday) at 3 o'-' Dowling and their guests, the J. Tenn.) He aim attended a

clock. All m.mber.are urged to L Ogdens and son. Lee. of Pompano coaching: clinic at the University

n ,, r The.Junior Woman's Club will be present. are just back from ten days of Tennessee and should bring

entertain members with a buffet I' of refrigerating I In Hendersonvllle along a lot of hot tips for the

t '. upper Thursday Sept 7. at 7:30 New Correspondent And Bill Mundy reports that Tornadoes From what I

5 i o'clock In the club building. This For New River he and daughter. Jean, had a most hear they'll be needin' 'em Sun., Mon.-Aug. 31, Sept. 1

Is iT
R y r :Mn.Mrs.tesues: N.Ted will D.Simmon be Wainwright Mn. Guy H.Jr.,Sale.and The Telegraph that Mrs.la Jessie pleased Lee to Las-announce -' It of goes North. Carolina Shouldn't.there. Andso be Florida with Plastics its is first regaling companypicnic employees I A THEATRe : 3 Little Girls I In B Bfu

enby has taken : today s Planned 10; become STAR K E FLA.
_ or sending news to me paper an annual event John

from the New River and Long Godwin is departing from Koch's MARCH\ OF TIME and XEWJ
Hear that Mrs. J .D. Williams
Bridge communities' and promises
and plans to do a little plain and
to send I in an entertaining correspondence of Rockmart Ga.. 77 years old before the
fancy resting punching:
letter each: week. and the mother of Dewey had clock again Sara Barefoot Special Engagement Tues., Wed., Thurs.-Sept. 2,3,4
never seen the ocean until about
That citizens of a community has put aside her steno pad and
ten .
days ago Dewey took her
appreciate it when the of pencil and plans an extensive vacation -
newt to St. Augustine __.Next Sun
their aecUOJ18 published was day to Silver Springs, and also trip- beginning next week
111e Hear George Manassa has ,
demonstrated when six new subscribers plans a trip to Jacksonville Beach 1/Mw/d"
been transferred from Atlanta to
tin il went added to our New, Glad to see Victor Lamb out
Jacksonville and< he and Betty are
AT ITS BEST River list over the weekend.: They and around after his close call house-hunting in the near-by metropolis L '
last Saturday Seems he was
were: B. F. Renfro, Ira Merritt. Lucile Freeman postcards -
checking the city's north IR
The Life Of Your Clothes G. E. Crews. Harold Shiver;/ A. station and when he opened pump the that she and Jack are now -

s Depends On The CARE P. Moore, R. J. Turner and also door a heavy cloud of chlorinegas settled In Commerce. Okla.,where 'L, :Li ity
he's for Goodrich lr
t They Receive. All Garment (from valve working tYld+ v ,
Mrs p W. Kelly of Miami who a leaky cylinder ) .
My my The energy and en-
M Carefully HAND oozed out and enveloped him be-
Is Interested In of
always news thulasm of these boat enthusiasts
Finished fore he could get But r '
her home >
knows no bounds Ralph
has of after one day In the Shadycrwt Rhodes Is his 17-foot : .'
Lazonby a style bringing
PIJONlTlOSGUANER Vic was back on the Job Says : I "
MI j #
writing that Is especially entertaining dream of a Higgins runabout all A
that even chlorine can't knock a i
and goes beyond the "cut the way from Eustla for a ten-
fellow out after
w being exposed to
t l and dried" news Items to give day dunking in KIngsley It'll
the little highlights that make some of this political gas now circulating require a four-wheel trailer and : .
: around town e
%\ life interesting. The readers of no end of sweat to transport and ,

the Telegraph will welcome her Double congratulation to ex- launch this little Job, but what's

column of news from New River all that to a real boat-lover? .
Callstreeter Sadie (Prince) Free- :
which In the oldest and most I ? r
110 Washington St., Starke historical! section of Bradford man who presented hubby Albert So long .See you In the ; yes

with twins In Tallahassee totter next I ;
day Regret_to learn that C. CarolynNOTICE ., .p,. \ aw.1. .. a+.

c. Shepard of Lake City popu- o
larly known here as la
LE'fIS Shep being
flown to New Orleans Saturday ,

4 for a very serious operation .
To the citizens of Starke, Fla.:
See The He will be accompanied by his I wish to announce that I am a I
Fights wife. Eula and deter Clara Mae candidate for the City Council '

Knight Marian Refuse, daughter 4- : ,
of Starke. I have lived In our city ;
y of Mr. Leila becamethe
for the past 19 years and in Brad-
At Boom Town bride of "Doc" Bennett of
ford County 28 years. I have
Palatka In a simple InFolkaton.
reared and educated two children

i Every Friday Night 8:30 P M. Ga.. last Sunday As (In this community. Edward and
Mr. B. la In the oil drilling business
Lorraine Hartmann who botbgraduat.d
they have no definite address
from the Bradford
Operated on Donations Only for the time being Hear ...
County High School.
l lY that Pearle Colson flew to Orlando iv**; Ol '
h Tuesday to Lorraine operated and owned .
see her uncle Dan iI o
Manning, who is critically: 111 in the Lady Fair' Beauty Shop until ,:.I.< ,
the TB sanltorlum there her marriage. Edward now operates ,,'{"" I.o"
a door and window manu- SAMUEL GOLDWYN .
91 Labor Day Baseball Game Loyrre Ilartntaan received a facturing company on Temple y presents ', '

telephone call: Monday. night from Avenue. '

later-ln-Iaw Lorraine Champion, I own and operate an apartmenthouse The BEST Years

Starke who's way out In Fort Collins, on North Temple Avenue
Fairfield I .
vs. Colo. Lorraine says the housing 'and being a first class mechanicand

situation la u bad out thereas machinist with lots of timeon

t Monday, Sept. 1, 2:30 P. M. it Is here so she and Don are my hands. I'feel' that I can be of OurLives"

r building Lillian Chapmantells an asset to the city's organization.
New Baseball!
Park me she's transferring from I will know when the city's machinery .

Children 2Sc her civil service Job at Green Cove needs repairing and whatIt IIarriJg

Il I to AUanta In a couple of weeks will cost to repair It. '
Her parents, tile H. L. Sextons I am Interested In the progress DANA ANDREWS

Sponsored by Starke Lions Club were down for the weekend and welfare of our 'fair city asI TERESA WRI8HT-VIRGINIA' MAY3-HOA6Y

For Glasses Fund and Betty Sue. who has been am a taxpayer and want to save CARMICHAEL

making her home here with Lil the W" Mao CATHY OrOOMNELL
city every dollar that I possibly and HAROLD RUSSELL
Han returned with them Con- .
can.I kf

grats to Marlon Manning on winning want you citizens to know I WILLIAM WYLES ROBERT taw L Hag Lf
a teaching scholarship at the will SHERWOOD f
U of F. but something tell appreciate your active support V ... .
me and vote election e w MieKI/ N LAY KANTOR
on day. .
I AM A Jeannine
CANDIDATE Cook Is going to be
) gd..l 6r(litO:
Respectfully yours, Iadp iietRw
awfully lonesome
when he leaves .
FOR MAYOR for Gainesville Al Hartmann. '

_ ( OF STARKE (Pd. Pol. Adv., 2t 9-:5): ADMISSION: Children 50c Matinee and Evening

Can't for the life of me see how ADUITSJlaUnee
75c Evening Included)
Leila Mundy does It!I $1.20( (Fed. Tax
And If ElectedI Her am :x riRrriT ("c.>*-T. BRADFORD NO PASSES
I slowly vaporizing while C MJ' TV. FLORIDA IX: CHAN-
Will Work For The Best InterestsOf just C'10:81' SHOWS BEGIN: .2:30 5:38 11:56
typing off this column and Leila vtlvt.na'Palvaetrlnt PUIntlff. ... 846; OUT _
The People And The ProgressOf Is painting not only the Inside of Vase? Salvutrfol.. Der.nd.nt. C...

+ Our Town.I her house but the furniture too! No. ORDER UU OF FTTBI.1CAT1ON: Fri., Sat. Sept. 5, 6 Double Feature

Will Appreciate: Your Vote On Makes me run a temperatureALVAREZ' STATE AND NOTICE or FLORIDA TO APPEAR to ..... Dressed To Kill Bob Steele -

September 9th. -- -- f

H Basil Uathbone Nigel Bruce Kid Courageous

I)C 4 (-.., ,HCOVER Jr STO( HE Established Men's Clothing 1894 |j| 'ALSO Cartoon and Chapter "PHANTOM: EMPIRE"


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;ltTSofLOCALNEWS I R.The H. Barbour family of of Tallahaaae Mr. and Mra Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Sparks and Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Adams of In next four weekly ...u.... [ (Official Seal) A. 3. Ttiomaa
enjoyed daughter Mrs. D. .
L. Thomas Jacksonville were guests Sundayof WUn* my hand and official ('...rk of the Circuit Court Hredford -
w a reunion at their place on were guests of Judge and Mrs. Seal .t 'tark.. lor'' I Klngflley Lake last Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Adams. of August 1547. W. a. Cone, Solicitor for Complainant.
Kant Barefoot and Missing Mr. and Mi's 1.. F. Dinkins and( ent Sunday. Pres- H. S. Wilson In Bronson Sunda Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Schlrmacher (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. Thomas. .-.. O .n
Jacksonvillent Mr. on this happy occasion were Mr. and Mr. A. Clerk' of said COllrt. _
of and L.
Mrs. Harry Houston returned the Harbour's D. Vlnlng returned of AMherst, Va., were guests last John J. ndnan. Kmi., "t. Aug.ustine > 11 '..... i'
daughter and riMcrir .0. IisI4flP'OIIDs'osre'rw
of the latter'8 Thursday Sunday from 10 day week Florida Atly. for Plf.
guests of
from a motor spent their uncle and aunt Mr. '
fllr. and Mrs. J. O. Wai.rrestvlew. trip that took them as far families, Mr. and Mrs. A. at West Jefferson N. C. and Mrs. F F. Stump. .... 4t 5-15 tEsty.ltso; : I
Denver as T. Ewell and children Mr. and Alta-nod. Plaintiff. "... '
Colo. :
Mri. B. S. Merritt 1 Mr. and Mrs. James Carson and School Shoes at Stump's.The IN rimctuT CIILIRT. 1I""n"O"D Joan Oanova Alla-onil Pefendanc.
_d Mrs. M. W. Cressler Mr. and Mrs T. W. Caruthers of children daughters. Madeline and Berth. COUNTY. n.UHIUAl CHAN. Case No. 0517.ORDER .
and their daughter.lnlaw.1Mr. .
son and Rev. and Mrs. Charles H CKKT.Hotha: I Of rMTRUrATIONAND
Ely returned Wednesdayeral Miami spent last week with Mr. and Mra. D. of Pittsburgh, Pa.. spent las Allen and Mr. Vivian Kerr Plalntirf.' "., NOTiCE TO. APPEAR
months spent tour. Caruther's parents tbe Rev. and S. Barbour of week with their son and Allen's mother, of .latnvi Thomas Kerr, L>rf.n Lakeland. Other guests were Miss daugh St. Petersburg, were guests last Case No. OSlO.onuR ova Allcood whoee residence ..
west Including: Denver Mrs. W. J. Churchwell. Dellah Santos and ter-ln-law Mr. 'and Mrs. W. J. Friday and or ptrnLicATiOM 1117 1-8 a.: 14tb St., Omaha, N.b'...- k
Miss Saturday of Mr. and
Park and Misses Ruby Green Carson. AND NOTM'R TO APPEAR k.: r
I Yellowstone Dale and Peggy narco, Tampa student at the university Mr,. C. J. Powell. The Rev. Mr. STATW OP FLORIDA tnJam. *.. Tou are require to appear on
cisco. are spending this week at In Tallahassee. Joe Truby has returned from Allen has been Thomas Kerr whom r.si.ienee and September 19,. :1..I In the above I I
attending conferences '
the Methodist adilr N" !I.: unkiiowni named Court .., wherein
J. D. Wainwright Jr., Rep. Young; People's Assembly Mr. and Mrs. E. U Waynesville N. C., where he'' of the Presbyterian Churchin .You ar. required: to appear' on t'htlntlff eeeka dlvtire. Bradford I
reWs of Lake Butler and In Lakeland. McKnlg-ht spent the Bummer with his trot: New York and September KS, ball In the abovenin County Telegraph shall publish this I
had as weekend guests Mr. and I Chicago. ....(1 Court and raiiw., wherein Order In next four weekly issues I IWltneiie
|B. Jones of Lawtey spent New shipment of Maiden Mrs. J. J. Hoke af er-ln-law and sister Mr and Mr.. Men's Work Shirts plolnllff seeks divorce\ Bradford. my hand and offlclnleenl
Ineiday In Tallahassee. Form Brassieres. Columbia S. J. W. Klllian. and County Tel...r"|.h balI publish/ thin HI Htarke, Florida, thle Aucui-t
Garter Belts C., and Mr. and Un. D. C. I Work Pants at Stump's.Mrs. Order 'In next four weekly limuee. 17, U41.
d I Mrs. E. A. Rowton and and Girdles at Stump's.Mr. Stuckey and son of Miss Ovada Gassett, a student Wltneee my hand and official. 40PVICIA1.. BRAD A. 3. Tnemaa. ;
Wlaky Blsh- John O. Scott of Mandarin, Heal at Starke, Florida' this AusruntoVneiAL Ae Clerk of sail Court, j
Jan, of Sanford were and Mrs. Harvey Williams opvllle N. C. Dorothy Lancston, of the Mawsey' Business College. formerly of Stare Is 1047. Itt Lucille C. Conner, D. C. >
| guests of Mr.. and Mrs. of the State Farm who has been In Jacksonville spent the weekend was the guest ( ORAL) A. J. Thomaa, Rlvere' A Andereon Green Coo t tAttya
were guestsof vlnltlngDelores of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis several Ai Olerk of mtld. Court. Springs. Fl.
fcam and family at Klngs- Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot McKnIght the past month re- with her parents, Mr. and days this week.THINK T. Frank LAn !Sunday afternoon. turned to her home In Moncks Mrs. Pate Gas ett. I Ally.. for pir. s-sa 4tU -

ary Knight of Tampa 1 Mr. and Mrs. John Deas and Corner S. C., last Sunday. Jack Halle of Jacksonville spent IT OVER a. SippeR Co.rt. KUIilhClrf Judicial Is t'OIINTI"rmrriT. TAVNT. nnAi IN CBAKI->rr mPLORUeAl

*t Sunday with Mr. and baby OPENING the weekend here with hi. : *.lf. IM emil ffi,r HrniVfr. Ieue. SE KY. e
: daughter. Sue Ellen of Pan. SPECIAL: Regular p:1r. t ...1..1.... In :...". ,.. l.llllnn Illll Plalnlirr.' vP,; Willie
[ M. Barefoot and family. ama City spent last week at $10 Life Oil Permanent only 91. Oat ants Mr. and Mrs. W. a. Hall. SAYS STRONG Karl W. lirlitimeri CompiMlnnnr., ".. 1.... Hill. Hefendent. Peee No. lt II'.

VO SPECIAL Regular Kingsley Lake with Mrs. Deaa' ; Sarah Lawaon's Beauty ahoppe Mrs. Cora Marshburn and Addle L. Brimmer, Defendant.DIVOHCH OHDBH:NOTICE OP PUBLICATIONAND TO APPEAR] f

I Oil Permanent only '7JW parents Mr. and Mrs. E. W. WaaMngton St., Phone 184 (on daughter. Mona Clair and Miss ,.Every employee could not successfully TIllS "8TAT5' OV FLORIDA TO: STATE' OV "ritOHin 'ni, Willie Lee
run a bunlness If he Addle U tfrlmmer, IS II. Street N. Hill whose addreea I. Rttlford. rior.
Lawxon's! Beauty ahoppe, Hayes. They were Joined for the Tuesdays and after working hours Frances White of Tallahassee were were H, Waohln..ton. D. C. It..la hereby Ida,

It St.. Phone 184 (on weekend by Mr. Deaa' brother-in. phone :2 ring 3)). Shop closed on 1 weekend guests of Mr. O. W. actually put In charge. Ordered that you are required to Ton. are required te appear"' on

i and after working hours. law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Har- Tuesdays. 'Alderman and Mr. and Mra. 1 1.. Every citizen could not sue appear her A. on D. the 1947.iilth before day of the Heprem-above Kt'ptetnber named Court 89, and 147,reuse In the, wherein above.

ring S). Shop closed on old Parady of Valdosta Ga. James Ormond, S l.c. is her A. Canova. ceasfully run your and my city entitled Court to the Bill of Complaint plaintiff ...10. divorce and restoration -
government if he or she were in tiled against you In the of maiden name. PradfordI'minly >
& Mrs. E. F. Cain of Miami i la here for a visit with his mother Mrs Mrs. Carrie Jane Frank: and above styled: cause. ., and the. Bradford Telegraph' shall .publleh lalaWltneee '
ni Mrs. Hal Alexander and for a visit with her mother Mrs. Crawford Phillip.. while enroute Mrs. W. W. Robinson of Dublin charge. County Telegraph .U hereby Order In neat tour weekly 1_......
Some are content to see thingsslowly designated ae the newepaner In my hand and Officialu.ai ,
tyne, of Jacksonville were Carl Jackson. from his base at San Pedro Calif Ga., were guests Monday nightof which this Order shall be piibllehed at Htarke, Florida, this Aeauet !
a guests of Mrs. Alexan- Mrs. E. H. Smith B. S. Edwards to Boston where he will go In Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vlntng. drift along. We want action onoe a. week for four eoneucutlve. 1OP'lI'lc"17. 1547. 'k t t
Let's grab a-hold of the weeks.WITNESS 11I1".l A. 3. Thomas,
rents, Mr. and :Mrs. F. O. and Victor W. Smith were October for reassignment.Dr. Mr.and Mrs. 'R. A. Weeks will tny hand antt the. Heal Ae t-lerk of said Coort. tHv I
visitors to ,oars and go upstream Instead of of this Court at Htarke. BradfordCounty Luclll C. Conner D. C. I IOreen '
*ay. Jacksonville spend the Labor Day weekend at
Saturday.Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubblns and drifting on down. Florida, this 83! day of and Oreen ii\t.rll. Florida. IAttye
>B\T SHOES for school and Mrs. Mallory C. Thomas daughter Mary Rivers, spent several Doctor's Inlet .* guests of Mrs The majority of you citizens of August A. D. 1947. for Pit. S... 4t 5.15 t
at the Smart Shoppe. Retta I
spent several
days last week Shad.
days this week In the
Mundy Starke want to see progress and
lEffle Johns spent last at Jacksonville Beach. cottage on Kingsley. BACK TO SCHOOL drmwK, all be a part of It, to be represented '
In Lake City with Mr. Miss Garnlta Hutto left Thursday | t '
sliMs at the Smart
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and Shoppv. as such. CONTROL
9. Freeman Johns.da for Columbia S. C.
where Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Edwardsand A who has .
son Jimmy were weekend guestsof man actually guidedhis
of T. M. will 'I
i Hutchings she will Join her cousin Miss
Mary the O. I* Beaaleys while en- lIOn Bobby will return to their buainesa has the respect and< '
to learn that he Is quite Carter, In a vacation at
Beach. Myrtle route from Waynesvllle, N. C., home in Daytona Beach Monday good will of his fellowmen with WEVILS I IN CORNAND
to their home In after spending the past two week the fear of God In his heart should
Tampa. .. ... .. ', ..,. ,. ____ .
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ACROBAT SHOES for schoolchildren 9 .D'y. D "''6'" oe quaiiiien. 10 servo your interest

Phone 52-J at the Smart Shoppe. ley Lake. best and represent you In OTHER DRY GRAIN '
1)Y.DE StQVICE Mrs. I. N. Breazealo had as her your city government.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dahmer weekend guests at her home I
Wi FOLLOW TMt tTOHet Mrs. Hartmann and Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson spent your WITH
KIngBlay Lake Mr and Mr*. Graham jeweler and a man with the above

Sunday at Jacksonville Beach. Chapman and daughter Barbara qualifications l I. ready and willingto

> ery Branch of Mra. W. J. Epperson Jr., and of Jacksonville On SundayMr. serve and represent your Interests WATKINS ROTENONE DUST
daughters Mary Sue and Sally
and Mrs. Herbert Weller of as your next City Coun.

Ann spent last Friday In Jacksonville Jacksonville were alHo guests of cilman. ...... 1_" r. ... __ r ..
with Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Mrs. Breazeale.
INSURANCEC. I truthfully think that the citizens

Richard. Mrs. T. F. Land mm and children of Starke Fla., want and

Marcus and Florence Pauline spent the wi.okpnd In Jacksonville demand a change. Let'a, get out of R. L. Sanders Your Watkins DealerP.

Brown returned last week from with Mr*. Landrum the rut and go onward toward

WALL AGENCYPlease summer camp at Clayton Ga. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Roger progress and stability.A .

Miss Caudle Haz n la "spending, Mrs. Ruth S. Morse and Miss change this season Is a verygool O. BOX 221 STAItKE. FLA.ij& .
a three.week vacation here with
Audrey Carlisle attended the
reason to VOTE FOB
Phone 146 her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Disaster Institute given by the
Hazen. Since June she. has been ,Red Cross in Lake City TUt>8
CONSTANT SERVICE OVER 50'YEARS doing missionary work with the I Mrs. M. Whlghnm and slate. ( !. Pol. Adv.) : ; j jFri.
Texas Rio Grande
Mexicans In the : :Mrs. Edna Gllason returnm Tuesday -

mmttmmmtmmimtHimHmmim m mmmimHtm mummmm mHmmfmmmm Valley and will reenter the Baptist from a two weeks' visit with 11 COl-.MTV.CIIKTIT rnritT, .IR".onn. I I I
Kl.uniltAI IM 4.114*'"
New .
Theological Seminary In relatives In Meridian, Miss. PiUlfs '

[CLASSIFIEDFOROET Orleans next month. Mrs. P. A. Dampier of Lake r-nrlton Tholma Odrll n. Rinil' "rnc>n, rinlntlff, ".. .
Mumlarion. Dofvnilanl
Straight cut slips $2.98 3. City.and Mrs. R. C. Dampier and Can Ni,. 0015.tRDItit .. Sat.-AUK. 29 30-DOUBLE FEATURE

age. 50 and $3.95, sizes 32 to 52, son Billy of Starke vlaltad their AND NOTICFl rirnLlCATjON TO APPEAR

every> Wedneadayf 1 p. m., at FOR SALE at Stump's. son and !husband! ,I. "Feewee", at STATH OP ri...JlllOA to: ThKlma LAND H
l l
esviiI.U.u.J..Ofark.t.orsell. residence
ON1f! NEW" ; Ted H. Oabe>we returned Sun IRe Lake uiy: .vcterana'Sunday. J-ioapltal Inn known
It I.DROOWd'ence: In ftM ItlvorOala. Av... Charles Starrett (The urajtjiorlld;. )
Ju.t "mp'"ted.' day from the Winona, Ind, Schoolof Yonkers, Now York
LI/MBKHl! 118. laS Sal, Jx>, 1, you >r'' r"<|tilr..i1 to appnnr I k
on or
JOUR CAR w.. have an... 12. IHO-170; Wlndowa cemnlet, Photography" where he took a Mrs. One Wiggins spent several hefor. HnnlombiT, 29IH. l ill 7, In the And BLONDIE'S BIG MOMENT : ,,
>CO auto radial. Immediate Plumbing' Fitting.; % 'In. Ply Wood; six weeks advanced course In portrait days In Jacksonville this week above' nami.il Court ami cause ,
llation. Aa low a. 14260 Pine Flooring .. wherein ,
; Book IIhel" l.lnlntlrf is'eks rtlvorr unit l
with her sister Mrs. Frances
'HERDt RADIO SERVICE, FWMH LIME White Cement and commercial photography. Moy nn other n>ll'r. liraiirnnl 'oitnry
t at Madison streets, Starke, OlaoH Block, Sand. Mr. and Mrs. ,O. C. Ray and Telegraph Khali, publish thru tinier '
ALSO er.Mr. Sun. Mon. Tucs. Aug. 31 Sept. 1.2'
If Concrete Pipe; Concrete r
and Mrs. W. C. Manningand
Block, all aUee. : pipe' tep atones, children of Monticello arrived .
[ TOUR house piers, floor; Cement Rook this week to spend their vacationon children of .Jacksonville were "
Mortar .
Mix Steel Windows
NESS Oil and Block' ; Paint Klngsley Lake. here Wednesday for a family din If The Hucksters :
PROPERTY Paint: Concrete Flour you lined flro, automobile, lifeor
complete; Dump Truck Hauling. Pfc Joseph E. Garrison Route ner with the V.' F. Mannings. any other type Insurance sea '* ii jJ
One Skll-Suw, new.
LOTS FOR SALE $200 up 110 2, Starke Is on his way back to Plenty of boys and girls me a\t 129 W. fall StrewS "ppoult Clark Cable Deborah Kerr, Sydney Grcetutrcet
down. |20 mo. In city llmlte.UKNKHtl. the States from Manila aboard the School Clothes at Stump's. .., Bradford ...
'aE LL5 REtL : COMTRAOri County Telegraph -
ISTROUT'rea EsTATE DR.'()FORD KNOI >EKIIICO.. U. S. Army transport David Mrs. J. E. Williams of Rock In Starke. timing engaged ,

eet. a4vr t'T ...
_rty. Use e,... ....VSsle. ,
of |......_ Fame. FOR SALE) 15-acre farm near Francisco he will be sent to Camp D. D. Williams, and family. 1031 I am ui-ll qualiriml. to I
'. Bayer frowj all ever the Lawtey. Oood strawberry. and Stoneman at Pittsburgh, Calif., Mrs. Roy Smith of Tennllle Ga.. represent your hesS Intrrmto.. RENDEZVOUS WITH ANNIEEddie
ar"e evea Iletlnv. truck land. Near church on bus for from military ser-, returned to her home after
separation enjoy.
STROUT REALTY AGENCY route. Frame house and good No client of mine hue ever lout Albert Call Patrick I
well. Inquire Wesley Crewe, Bf Ing a two weeks' visit with herbrotherIn. a thin Unto by placing their
iRfpremnted Locally By 1. Box 81, Lawtey. 8tp 1-19 vice.Mr.. and Mrs.. A. F.' Sauls Jr., -law and slater, 'Mr Insurance with me. And THAT BRENNAN GIRL

C. IIOLLINQSWORTH FOR 8ALEI-Reaionable. New beautiful of Morgan City, La., were weekend and Mrs. 1 K. G. Duncan. N. I). WAINUItKJHT JK.
116 So. Walnut St Chesterfield Divan and 3 guests of Mr. and Mra. A. F. Mrs. Y. A. Harris of Gainesville James Dunn Mona Freeman
nice walnut occasional chalra. I'liono LI I
'large Cora-Cola' Ice box, three Sauls. and Mills Betty Rpeer of Pahokee -'rrreeppppnppppp fl..a I
REHSEa: of all kinds reno- beer booths, 1 counter, fl etoola' Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright were weekend guests of Mrs. Harrl.V .
1 d!: furniture and C. B. '
upholatered I."enn.tt. Lawtey
Fla.3tp of Tallahassee son-in-law and Mr.
niHhed. Drop ua a card", 9., and family were daughter
ri.\OS MATTRKHS Co.. Ho* weekend guests of N. D. Walnwrlght. and Mrs. R. A. Green.

Pal.t Ira. Fla. V- tf FOR SALE!-A hp. Mercury; outboardmotor Sr., and Mr.. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Howard USE YOURCREDIT EASYTEHMS

|RA\/CE-I:\ writ all line: boat ,both and practically H-foot new.plywood S240 R. Wainwright. have returned after enjoying a C CLEARANCE SALE I INew

automobile liability, and for both. W. W. l>lxon KlngnUy Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Burden who vacation In the mountains fit
r aee me for your insurance Lake. ItO 1t.5
r'-f.' I>., Wainwright Jr., lit were weekend guests of Mr. and North Carolina. rlrrl
|_ at., Phone 154.' tf WAIITED-Two elty route carriersfor Mrs. O. L. Beasley have returned Joe Martinez left Sunday forWent
Tlmee-Vnlon. (Starke).-B. H.
'VLT" S. P. ROWEtL Splr.t.. _8lrlckl..nd.Box'_ Htarke...Stp.<-39 to their home in Tampa and were P !Beaaeh. for_ a: ten. day
t Madlum nd H.aISP. State accompanied by their daughter, vigil wiui nls son ana anugnicr- Shipment! Oil Ranges
LoUnty liCifle.'. I tell yoti. FOR RALE!-1 dinette ault 1 brooder
Luther Clark' place. 1m''. N. fiOO-chtck capacity: 4 feederw; Mrs. J. W. KincaId. In-Iaw Mr. and Mra J. A. Martinez
l'arke' on Rd. -200. Look for 3 large .Inquire alO. Mr. and Mrs.' B. M. Davis and and Infant granddaughter
o. it p to .-ai }'. Odom, 100. ml.eouth H 5 Burner Semi Giant Burner
In : Jean. H* will Mr. Mar
of Ptarke.. 4fp II-I| Miss Jean Davis spent Sunday Betty Join

TFD.BT DUPONT Archer with Mrs. Davis' sister,, tlnez who left last week for Palm
I fomlln! a bedroom furnished' FARM FOR SALE) so acres ..f and Mrs. Beach. Fastest Cooking Oil Slave On The Market
Miss Mamie Anderson
J. In 8 arke the het etrawbnrry and farm land
k.; before school or on Klngeley.hi 'In Bradford County. boil timber P. E. Stone. Star Brand shoes for men
open* or pre.
t 14 acrea 'In cultIvation' [ 5-
.1 tflO.ler by "gept.family t. Must be. clean of room house and 4 other building.togethet / Men's Pajamas $2.98 at and boys" at Stump's.Mrs. .

lr 4 ."'' > 'achool-aira conjiete daughter. with A head dairy cut- Stump's.Mr Eldrldge Smith and daughter We also have some low priced used' l stoves priced
chlckene.all .
It. Box H4 tIe, 8 hogM. I horse, 75
North' port.. apt A'a.g-M neceeeary. farm Implemente.. Robert Frew of Washington Diana. returned the first of HO low (hat anyone may purchase' Iteal' LARGE

SALE-M''o"a' 1 1-J acrea. S now acrea planted.In corn.In aweetpotatnee. Also D. C., Is here for a visit of the week to their home on Kings- __ OVEN
strawberry yield' with her husband ley Lake after spending the sum
Ills bjr the bad.-M. Rhocl.n, etrawberry plante average several days
- >. Box 71. State Farm Road rash high. sale.For $3500.Immediate. Write earrlflce owner. ,who is a civil engineer with the mer In North Carolina and Miss.

4tp5> Paul Crawford, Pox 33-B. Lawtey H. M. White Survey Mr*. Carrie E.: Adams of Jacksonville

SALE, 12 spotted Poland'' Fla.Hellbronn. 3 ml.road.wee*, of Lawtey ItOLEAF on Mrs. G. A. Anderson and Mrs. Is the, guest of her son Modem Walnut Finish DressersVALUED

.na." W plaa.'. K. Subject to r.Klrm- W. J. Epperson Sr.. spent Sun- and daughter-in-law.. Dr. and Mn. '

'''''''y. Stark Cook: :S'Ia West Itp i-J Knd LONG_ : will pay PINE 130 thousand IjTId WANTEDI (Pres.ton day with friends la Lake Butler. If. H. Adams.. I

survey). Inquire Buddy Wll- Mrs. Glen Duke and daughter W. H. Thompson and son, Fred. ( AT $19.00) :
'TED_- One good milk 00.... kernon'a' place highway led. of Gainesville dy of Lloyd and Mr. and Mrs. :
hi b Mill. Terry Dea and Gail 1
fyeh lip
. N U. Heath Wlnte Haw Hound Mirror 3 Large Drawers -
1.8rOOk.r the latter of last Henry Mallory of M<
Fla. Up spent part
\\.08 .IIM FOR SALE items- Miscellaneous good' condition. household al-. week with Mr. and lor.... J. W. were guests Sunday of Solid Hardwood Top A Beautiful 39.95 .
anuceno'l Piece
Of Furniture
moist new. 3iargain.-J. B. Martin, Andrew at Kingsley Lake.JUne son and children and Mr. _____________________
i"f ;antlful lot* Id f..t .overaV. white house I ml. east of Htarke ; TO SCHOOL dresses, all F. F. Stump.
?**p overlooking Lake on new Blandlng roml. lip 0_. _
v lacing highway 10. alzm, at the Smart 8hoppe' Miss Tneima ureen spent lasc Buy At This Unusual Bargain Price
1-room ho".* and ,
week In St. Augustine as the
Mrs. George Kopelouso I J
rot Dn Crystal Lake to x some fnrnllur.-E., A. Edwards.
r rural .aoo.; _.,Rt.: 1, Box 41, "..rk.. lip aonll. Qua and Jon any, and her guest of her aunt, Mrs. James E.I "

house. juet off FOR paying ree- sister. Mr*.. Angelo FUmmos and I Creech. DUNCAN '
t Stark priced to cell-La'S'highway| ur tE..t.'b.'i'd. S year.. Re. her daughter Anna and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford SOFAS 2-PIECE '.
,ol'elrlellY, ln house, food well. 'Ing enid. berau. of domestic ""- of Jacksonville. returned from spent Monday afternoon. In Jack I'HYFEValued
out bou... Will accept email fh'u.tI.. Price reaaonable.' Box
I ? tend .h.p. or pickup truck 77J. Hterke. liP a month's vacation at Jacksonville sonville. Living Room Suits
P.'m."I. __ Beach. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Colson and at $199.00
--.!". .!. .,. T.I......" ItSALP WANTED T-HFB Experience- not required Mr*. A. M. Pettlt Sr., and Mrs. family and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie GOING Valued At. $139.50 : -MdO"

,.. : C."..' cheat SPeC'cooker Phone SI. Starke. IMBILLFOLD > and Mr*. Marion Pettit of Ala- Douglas are spending two weeksIn FOR 1 59. 50 ..
b.tw..n Odnm'. of Sen. and Mrs. the Bender cottace on Santa
.. radio chrome porchoak LOST and chua were guests GOING; Qfl Cfl
itiiur! v dinette ..t. and Market on palatka highway keep Charley E. John Saturday.Mr. F. Lake. Ileautlful Covers BUY AND SAVE
Other houeehold artlclee. 81.rk. light Plant.' If (Iii houi" right| north of cattle money and return to 7e IphlaChambere. and Mrs.' L. 'V. Koch and Boys school' pants $1.19 at To Select From
l.'n: Jak.... Rt. 1. Box U. Starke.lip.. AT
. :: .inblahwar lip Mr. and l\frll. Paul Ilurfzlns and Stump's. I Mahogany: \\oodwork'US YOUR OLD SUIT DENMARK'S

TREE.. LIGHTS for .... at lt.i.t.r daughter, Kay, spent| the early Mrs. T, H. Blade has returned _ _ \
: n.k.r Bicycle. Shop. It FORPALPJ l electric.- National In A-l conditionElerirlo Cash --- part of the week In Arcadia.Mr. r after spending ten days In Ba. IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER AT

CE Co-- 1 vlll not be reeponelk. '-, Service Supply, 135 K.Call and Mr*. Richard Thede conton Ga.. with her mother, 114....
- debt contracted by I ft, Btarke. II of Jacksonville, W. T. Jackson.Mr. .
and son Rickey.

_. i.Rrni..Clifton... Pa.....a., 05tTEn W housework and Country help girl In re.fau-to do, pent Sunday with Mr*. F. H. I ,and Mrs. L. J:. Jordan and JOHN H. DENMARK FURNITURE CO.

TO RENT "doo" rant at noon hour. Oood ...ltre.". Long. son. Harold. of Ovleda, enrouteto
fUrnished house o. .p.rtm.nl. -Bo* T7J Blarke. F'.. It Mr*. J. E, Futch left Wednesday BIlOXI, Ml..., were guests last
'.J.ir. Ihllli. Jaom., 1101 a war. flattop for Lakeland to visit her sin weekend of Mr. and Mrs. T. t. PHONE 151Ir' STAIIKE FLA.
.'-1... ,.elr. ,
.Ub.tltal.. Be.t ,. ... ..... FOR SALE-1
' A Sc. tare Bra4tor. County [ deek. Can be Been at 4MZlghth tar. Mr*. T.. N. UnHwugh.. Griffin '

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7 tt e e S e e e e e e the horn of her: parent, Mr. and make living: arrangements in Jacksonville . . Lord. I AND NOTrCB TO APPEAR: Order :eat tour
Mr. H. R. Linzy. After the children Mr. Manaasa has been We want to thank Brother :"I1t I
Constance P. McMlchael. IOU Booth tbl19 larkerFwridt, '
State FarmBy enjoyed many game, Mrs. transferred there from Atlanta.Mrs. GrahamBy Durden for his kindness and for 261H street, Birmingham, Alabama.You 7 ,:..
LJncy served ice cream with slicesof J. B. Segrea and Mr. and making it possible for our youngpeople are required to appear on (OFFICIAL SEAL)
JohiT September 19, 1947, In the above namSeptember A. CI.rk ,
Mrs. Whltflrld
Mrs. ot
Bryan the beautiful white party cake. Mrs. Harry Molz were Sunday McKinney to go to service each night 19,' 1847, In the above By Lucille laid tth.
F w.4, Boy and girls who were present guests of Mr. and Mrs J. L. Wil Thank God for Mr. and Mrs. named Court<< and cause, wherein .T. Frank C' ConnerM
plaintiff seeks dlvnrre. Bradford
*n 1 4 Peanut Boiling were "Sonny" Engram, Carl, Eugene liams. Mr. Hilliard Broughton of Durden and their work in the County:: Telegraph ball publish this Atty for Landruslap4. ,

"I J 1 Miss Betty Williams was the and Mildred Tyre, Margaret Miss Melba Stringfellow left Gainesville, spent the weekend Lord. 1.2,

a hostess at a peanut boiling at the Walker, Lucille and Thomas Anderson -I Sunday for Jacksonville whefe with relative here. i 11'* CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeanette and Dixie Lee she has accepted a position with Mrs. Louie Dempsey has been I COUNTY FLORIDA IN' CHAN. TilE PICTURE YOU

I ? t tF W. H. Williams Wednesday even- Qrlffla and Janice Blume. New York Life Insurance Co. on the sick ]list. We are glad that Gladys CIOKY.Williamson Varnes, Plaintiff. DIDN'T TAKE TODAY

ing of last week. This was an Mr. 3. M. Bradley, Carolyn Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Bradley, she is much Improved! at this writ- Case vs. Otis No. Oren" VarneM, Defendant. CAN NEVER BE TAKEN Yvw
4' out-door affair and games and the Tre"d- Guy Bradley and Miss Sanders of Ing. ORDER 'OF PUBLICATIONAND +
preparation of the peanuts afforded Bradley Monroe, Ga., were guests ofMr Mrs. NOTICE! TO APPEAR '.r
Onie Graves of Daytona
entertainment for the following well left Friday for a shore stay STATE OF FLORIDA to Otis Is the time to get
and :Mrs. J M. Bradley Wednesday la visiting her mother Mrs. Maude Oren Varnes, whose residence. Is un
1 group for several hours: at Mrs. Treadwell's home In Ga. of last week. Graves. '.known. MOVIES of those growing AvOea'
tf They were accompanied by Mr. I You are required to appear on Youngsters. You don't have to
?,apj J. W. Walker Jimmie Godwin, Mary Wells of Jacksonville has Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith of September S3, 1947, In the above 5"mMf
t Y and Mr*. M. F, Coker and Frank named Court and cause. wherein buy expensive Cameras or Projector
J r Tommie Dowling, Kenneth andre Coker of Jacksonville. been visiting Mr. and ]1.1''. J. Winter Garden spent Saturday plaintiff seeks divorce Pvadford. to make movies of Tiff
( Noland Dobbs, "Sonny" Engram, C. Wallace this week. She :,will with Mr. Maude Grave County Telegraph shall publish thl.Ord..r your
Thursday evening guest of In next four weekly Isnues.. own. We will rent them to you 4'AsnclOFBI
return to her home Sunday as Mrs. Carl Broughton Is on the
Ceanus GriffIS, Leon Shadtl, Helen Witness mY hand and official seal for a small fee and
Crews Marlon Man-
u s W Spencer were will Joan and Nancy Mynihan, sick list this week. We wish hera at atarke, Florida, this August 16 youronly
I x r Whitfleld, Maine Grlffis,Car- Investment I I. the film.
ning, Roy Ray and William also of who 147.
olyn Bradley, Norma Jean Dobbs of Starke and H. A. 1-C. Jacksonville spent speedy recovery.Mr. OFFICIAL( SEAL) A. J. Thomas. Come in today for further
I4 their summer vacation with Mr.:I and Mrs. Leonard McKinney A. Clerk of said Court..
r Erma Jean Godwin, (Carolyn Charles Thornton of San Diego, Bv Lucille O. Connor D. C. Information --
Crews, Linda Jones, Nancy and Calif. and Mrs Wallace. M and Mrs. L. D. Graham and son, Robert }t. Duncan Lynch Bids.,
,' Barbara Bates and Oelore Ann b rs. H. M. Richard and children Howard, all of Daytona Beach Jacksonville, Florida Hollywood Camera HILVS
for Pit. 8-J2 4t 9-1Z
d tlrtiRli Bill Bevla, U.S.N., of Jackson- at were weekend guests of Mr. and Atty. .
; /9y Wainwright. Jane and Henry, are now COFFEE
and Gift
villa spent last weekend with Mr. home after having spent several Mrs. John McKInney. Ire CIRCUIT COURT. BRADFORD Shop SHQ

a t 9 ti Birthday Party and Mrs. R. P. McLendon.Mr. weeks at Klngsley Lake In.. a Mr. and Mr. Russell Starlingof COUNTY.. FLOHIDAl IN! CRANCBRY. Call St. at K. R. Starke 151 WEST

Elsie Linzy was 10 years old and Mr. George Manama cottage owned by Mr. and Mrs Waldo, have moved back to Beatrice M. Andrea Plaintiff, vs. CAR ST
V ''i Saturday and she celebrated her and children are with Mr. and J. H. Bitch, parents of Mrs. Ri,Graham. We are glad to welcome No.William B902.J. Andrea, Defendant Case; STARKE, FLs .\,.

ri 4d1 it I + birthday with a lawn party at Mr. W. G. Stringfellow until they chard. During that .time Mrs. A. them-- bark.Theressa.------. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONAND
,. : 'a'? + NOTICE! TO APPEAR
M. Richard visited Mrs. Annie
y u s( S V 1 i r ,f ln R. Norman and other relatives '. .. J.STATE Andrea,OF whone FLORIDA residence to William la: 610WardeU
Street,.Long Branch, New
in Jacksonville.Mr. Jemey.
and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier were You are required to appear onSeptember *
23, 1947, In the above ..
Sunday guests of Mrs. J. G.-God-, By Mlsa Eva'Mae Tried named Court and cause, wherein fseS.C
win at her Klngsley Lake home.I plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford' :
County Telegraph ehall publish this
I Accompanied by :Misses Virginia Order In next four weekly ,Issues ii +'
t Engram and Patricia Wll- Mrs. J. O. Sullivan and son, Jim- Witness my hand and official'
seal at Starka, Florida this August M
lard Mr. and Mra. P. S. Crews mie of Miami, are visiting Mr. 20 147. -
made a combined business and and Mrs. A L. Sullivan. (OFFICIAL SEAA. J. Thomas.
Ae Clerk or Mid Court.
pleasure trip to Gainesville Sat- I Mrs. Thelma MUiklan and child Rr Lucille C. Conner, r>. C. '
urday. ren, Silvia and Glyna, of Ocala William D. Morgan Fifth Floor a'r
Bldir. Jacksonville Fla.
F r I' r I Delivery Service-Phone Mr. and Mrs M. E. Grtner were were visiting Mr. and Mrs. A, L. Atty. for Plf. .. 8-23 4t 9-12
supper guests of V. P. Smith In Sullivan Thursday. --- : sip
Wacahoota Sunday. They also Bobble Hall and Ernest 'Trlest COUNTY. FLORIDA IN CIIAKf- retained
Bottle visited Mrs. Frank Edwards in were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim- cnnr.Jullhn .
BLEACH Qt. .12 A. McMlchnel. Jr.. Plaintiff
t /, Gainesville during the day. mie Gnann of Auburndale this vn. Constance P. McMlchael, Defen 2 j'4""
by modern
Joe Taylor, a patient at the weekend. dant.ORDER Case No.OF 6 PUBLICATION!/04
'' Government Honpltal In Lake Mrs E. S Sibley and daughter,
Yellow Rose, Guaranteed City spent the weekend with Mr. Ruth, were In Gainesville on bus. Man Had Brick In His ti methods

) and Mrs. R. W. Brannen. mess Thursday of last week. --
q m ; { Self Rising FLOUR, 25 Ibs. 1.75Standard During the past weekend Mr. Miss Ruth Sibley, Miss Grace Stomach For 10 YearsOne .r

and Mrs. L. E. Dugger had as Dickinson, and Miss Carlle Mae man recently stated that '
Good clothes deserve
their guests Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hall left Friday t to visit Mr. and for 10 years he felt like he had a finest d
Johns and sons and Misses Ann Mrs. Jimmie Gnann in Auburn- brick In his stomach This feelingwas cleaning: care; less expensive! cloth

p'', 14 I ;1 t 3 TOMATOES No. 2 Cans .15 Klrtzman and Dona Lee Boman, dale. due to the lump of undisput demand it. Clothing left to our expert |
all of Belle Glade. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Martin food he always had Inside of him. care always gets the kind i

H.A. 1c. Charles Thornton of and Mrs. J. C. Nipper were He wa .weak, worn out, headachy dry cleaning that revitalizes falrics

Waterground MEAL 5 lbs. V .49 the U. S. Navy Dental Corps ar- Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.S. swollen with gas and terribly -accentuates colors-and m'lI J
rived Wednesday of last week, E. Trlest and
family.. I constipated. Recently! he them smell fresh, look fresh, 'It
t from San Diego, Calif., to spend Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Williamsonand started taking INNKR-AID: and I fresh, and stay fresh longer. I

No. 1 IRISH his leave with his parents Mr. daughter of Jacksonville were says the'feellng like a brick in his serve and protect your smart sewable. \ !
and Mrs. Dave Thornton. weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.R. stomach disappeared the second
them in
h POTATOES 10 Ibs. .43 Little Misses Patricia and El- M. Hersey. day._ Bowels are regular now, gas Bring today
__ .- enor McRae of McIntosh are visit I Mrs. Hilda Griffith and child- i and headaches are gone and he
Ing their grandparents, Mr. and ren of Starke are spending some feels like a new man. 'PHONE 135
Mrs. J. A. Bouvler time with Mr. and Mra. A. L. Sul- INNER-AID contain 12 Great ROBT.
'; MILK 2 taD'cans - .25 Bro. W. Herron, minister of the lIvan. Heron; they cleanse. bowels, clear 311

Church of Christ in Starke was Hope Baptist Church gas from stomach, act on sluggish GREEN, tm-Llgfj
the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday School-10 a. m. liver and kl<1neys.. Miserable people Temple

i INGAI 'S 2 Ibs.55c J. W. Woodward at noon Sunday B.T.U. T:30: p: m. soon feel different all over. Owner .
+ Little Marthay. ? !usan Stitch of The Salvation Army So don't go on suffering I Get Ara
r .:lt:' '- eNWta' ,. : 1 Gainesville is the guest.of Mr Every Tueaday! 'hlght the Home INNER-AID. Sold. by all drug ,

: ......l'D- . .
.".. Mr. and Mrs.'P.vS.. Crews were following preaching services.
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. ... .
Every Friday night prayer meetIngs -
L D. L. Shaw in La Cro lle. at the Hope Baptist Churchled
f1 En route to Orlando from their by Brother Durden. Enjoy the Southeast's Famous Attraction

1'j .r, { n M e rein error I respective homes, Mr. and Mrs Every Saturday nlghb young

James W. Chapman of San Antonio people's meeting at the Christian

Texas, and Col. and Mrs Church In Hampton also led by
C James W Chapman Jr., and their Brother Durden. We are praying

children, of Maxwell Field, Montgomery ., that Brother Dodd will be with

4' '' Ala., were guests of Mr. us Saturday night.
f a r OUR FACILITIES For Serving You Are The and Mrs. L. F. Chapman from The Salvation Army bus* will

Thursday through Sunday. Mr. run each night. We want to thank

Chapman, Sr., is a brother of: ,Mr.. and Mrs. Preston Durden and
Moat Complete of Any In Starke.
Our Service
Supt. Chapntan. family for the great work In the
Friends will be Interested to

.4: 9 V Men Have Had As High As 18 Years Ex Freeman know that are Mr.now.and established Mrs Jack in Protect Your UpholsteryWith

Commerce, Okla., where Mr. Free- Good Durable

1 perience And KNOW What ,To Do {When Your man Is an employee at the Goodrich SEAT
I ''y t ta rubber plant. COVERSTAILORED u

a ac : Installation Is Made IX: CIRCUIT COURT BRADFORD "r ', d
VB1H .
Carrie Jones, Plaintiff, v.. George rir VI. aA. FIT YOUR
Jones, Defendant. Case No. B8HS .
le t' STATE) OF FLORIDA to: George I r
Jones, Who.
residence Is unknown.
r'llf .
it ore
require to
September 15, 1947, In appear the above on In Colorado Suit
named Court and cause, wherein ii1 t<
'A r plaintiff sunk divorce Bradford Your Taste
County Telegraph .hall publish this
Order In nee four weekly 1ueu..
,ntn.... my bRnd and ottlol.1 MAWANNA CAVEHN3near
7e ae.1. 'at !ItRrko, Florida. this Au"OFFICIAL > STARKESEAT .
A. SEAL) A. j. Thomas COVER CO. offer visitors a load-
n,. g&LVco'nn''rD-' Court & rating underground
Z."h H. Madison Sts. lour through
Douglas, a fairy
Att1x lot PIL aaineriVt-F,1.; land ol stalactites and

q .. stalagmites and subterranean
If you are interested in Range b passages
a why
cut through
solid rock

i not buy a..GAS Range? We-can have' "Get 'em whilelet'shot folks!" \ long by dripping ages ago.wat.r.Owned I Enjoy the Southeast'si _

you cooking with gas (with a four to and operated by lb. *-'

six months supply) for as little as $51, Now'i the'time a State visit Park-to Department Madonna, Famous Regional I Beer r

3 plus the cost of Immediate to prepare for solid comfort when Caverns Is an enjoy
Range. ,
your it's cold next winter. This free book on modernoil able adventure., .

delivery can be made. heating furnishes all the answers to your

home heating See ..
problem. your dealer or call '.
at our office today.
v We also have available for immediate ,

f ,,, dell"eru.llot {Water Heaters and Space

"i ?t''4 i Heaters. Begin now to think of your

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JAX. the Southeast's great Beer of Friendship Is

We would be glad to have you call by always an enjoyable adventure in mellow satisfying
.4 our store at 213 E. Call St. (TWO refreshment Brewed especially to please Southeast-
em tastes. JAX has'been termed i
r I +
wa regional beer" because of its distinctive good.

TRACK) or, if you prefer, we will ness. So-always ask for JAX and treat yourself to"

{ home.have a salesman call on you in your tea.FL0W.1 cf the f Friendship.extra undupttcated goodness of the famous Drink a- -!

POVI O I cn 1000JJY a s well, let free JlWroteJ fceoW.r f rJpg the tfwyW AM leer.JAX l!> r rr

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I Ireh .burdens Oal. -6:2: ,and"Bear so ye fulfil one the another's law ofChrist" well Perhaps ask some"what have Is my five talent talents" visiting Mr.\ and friends Mrs. J.Vynn and relatives.were "Best Year*" Coming- said to be one of tho finest film*' Two Scholarships

News ever turned out by Hollywood. I
The crying aloud to be used. Each visitors to Jacksonville lust Wed To Park Theatre The management of the Park I Awarded In County i
I evening meeting: will\ be at community could use a man or nesday.!
8 o'clock p. m. and will feature woman willing to devote his or Harold Seley of Miami 3 Days Next Week takes pride In presenting this outstanding 1' Marlon C. Manning of Starke
Church number by the Junior Choir. The her one talent for community was a ''production to Its patrons. and Jeanette Marie Gremer of I
I weekend visitor here,
ist Young People meet at 7 p. in. betterment. Proclaimed by Hedda Hopper as and feels sure that all will want Brooker are among the 142 winners
Mrs. :Mattie! Thompson of Mac. the "-boat picture of the year" and to see thin drama that Is "filled I
31, will be ob- Prayer meeting Wednesday evening Sunday school at 9:45/ of $200 state teacher train
August : a. m., .
at 8 clenny and Mrs. Mabel McCormick praised by critics from coast to with all the love ana warmth and .
p. m. Workers Council 'classes for all log scholarships Stato Superintendent -
bor Day at the" Methh. meeting Immediately following. ages and daughter. Patricia, of coast, Samuel Qolwyn's "The Beat Joy the human heart can hold, I' of Schools Colin English
The pastor, the Rev. The Junior Girls Choir meets Jacksonville were visitors of Mr. Years of Our Lives" will play a' The Park opens the week Sunday I announced thin. week. '
rchwell will speak at each Wednesday at 3:30( p.m. and-Mrs. H. B. Wiggins lost Friday special three-day engagement at and Monday with "Three Lit.I took
\ for the awards
ng service on "Life Presbyterian ChurchThe The Senior Young Ladles Choir night. The Wiggins' were visIting the Park Theater next Tuesday tie Girls In Bill..", starring June' Applicants the t
examinations on July 11 and
w" based on the text will sing at the morning service. : in Jacksonville Sunday. Wednesday and Thursday Haver George Montgomery,Vivian
winners were chosen by a committee I
service at Eunday the Presbyterian morning worship Church Visitors are always welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Adkins and With an all- tar' cast Including Blaine, and Celeste Holm. from' the two universities. '

will feature a sermon on parable daughter Louise Mr. and Mrs. Myrna toy. Fredrlc March. Dana For Its weekend' double feature The next examination for
of Jesus which has modern application At The Tabernacle"Thorns J. E. Adkins and granddaughter/ Andrews Teresa Wright, Virginia Friday and Saturday! Sept 5 and teacher training awards will be
to each of us. We might, Joyce Deal returned home Sat Mayo, and Hoagy Carmichael, Oils 6, the Park will present "Drexaod held in October English, stated
and Thistles" was the urday from a visit to Georgetown emotional drama of the problems to Kill" with Basil Rathbone and
subject used by the Sponsor of the S. C. Mr. and Mrs. P. confronting an average American Nigel Bruce, and "Kid Courage- ous" with Bob Steele

Tabernacle Sunday morning. The D. Adkins of Dundee and Mr and family In tho post war world Is ....
,CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION choir of young people at the even- Mrs. Percy Kelly of Miami have!
Ing hour rendered some good music been guests this week of the Jim I [Expert UPHOLSTERING
Yogtin.M and were supported by Instru- Adkins family, ;

ments consisting of violin, piano Mlsa Betty Durling of Jacksonville SLIP COVERS VENETIAN BLINDS .
and steel .saw, a very harmonious
spent the weekend here with MATTRESSES New and U4novatei. CAN.
blending.The .' .

young people Saturday relatives.Mrs. B. L. Hlnnon Mrs. C. L. VAS AWNINGS Complete or Recover I

night epJoyed two special treats: May Mrs. T. F. Brown and Emory FRS '
The meeting was capably led by Brown were chopping in Gainesville j'p,1R Drop Us A Card And We Will lie

Miss Caudle Hazen home from I Friday of last'week To Give You An Estimate
Bible School, and the meeting clo- Mrs. L. A. Johns of Starke was ,
sed with an inspirational addressby relatives here HOWDY FCX.KSI In
visiting Friday. e Uranl'e
off.pfs.1a the Rev Wilbur A. Scott Pas companies) i often come across McGriff BrothersGainesville 11t 11tINTEGRITY
tor of the Hampton Baptist e e unique evasion on the. forum
Church on the subject of "Choosing" that fill out. One
Hill applicant ( Corner South Oak and East ( +
IMIMR r't rM ems Clay man, Ih the. spare. asking the I''
cause of paternal death wrote P. O. Box 519 Phone
u rui a'Deueu muua By Lura- Burgess Mohr i
i BETIIEL "Fathrr wan taking part In a
Fonca, Ncbr.
PHARMACIST public function when the platform .
A revival meeting will begin at gate way, ending hi* II...." j
the Bethel \
Baptist Church August
Phone 64 STARKE 31. The Rev. Coleman Padgettof Wherein I lean on the wind this Subsequent' Investigation d I "- f ,
rlowil that his father had been
Brooker will conduct the ser- summer afternoon and meditate of conduct and dealing with better t
On-the-Minit Service vices. how life It.* Just a segment ol' hanged for cattle strolling
thoughtfulness and in all,
S 'S economy our

eternity. The college professor. stepped sewing-these mark the reputable "v" '
Lean on the wind and let It bear to the edge of the platform and quality of this well known firm. '
Hampton'By The troubled weight of your asked "If there are any dumbbells
heart there present please stand up." *' .
v. ?;?,", r Mrs. M. C. Sweeney Where It rides the tall green Th..re11 a lengthy paiwe,

yK e trees; then a military frenhmnn arose.
_ Lay your tears and cradle your "s.. you consider yoiirmlf a
*&" School Registration ThursdayAll woes: dumbi'l do you'" the profiwiora AMBULANCE SERVICE
S"/iy IA children'attendlnK Hampton For wind has the strength that >kctl. "Not exactly, sir" wait
p1a1 ; school will be required to registeron knows no, part the reply. "Itiit I Just felt sorry Funeral Director

.' Thursday, Sept. 4. beginning Of weakness that break a human for you seeing you standingall STARK PHONE TOur
at 9:00: a. m. heart. alone."
Parents of beginners are requested So lean on the winds of eternity, e local funeral home enables us to

to bring birth certificatesof Mary N. Baldwin ,\1ot\ which romlml u*, we offer convenience and services not
children entering/ school for may be dumb about nome mat otherwise available.We .
Jr the first time. Children must be The wind blown freely this ten. but w<> consider ourselves
five years and nine months of age I afternoon and the blue sky looks pretty sharp when It cornea to furnish the highest type service at the lowest price art

on opening day of school. All oth- down with only a few fleecy Immovable keeping" our car In top running accept ANY life Insuraac policy In force, Issued by ANY com
er pupils must turn In their report clouds as If they are Condition>> Give' UN a trial. parry, a* payment In part or In full on a funeral. Consultation
cards to their new home carries no obligation.
room teachers. watching the trees bow grace- GULF OIL PRODUCTS

Regular school will commenceon fully. I have always>ved the wind Washing Polishing

For Your DREAML1NED Monday' Sept. 8, with a fullday' and somehow this afternoon It Greasing I
session. makes me feel so free and happy.
I Kitchen Choose A Modern I have been so very hot for Temple & Lake ,!

.Streamlined GAS Range! New Arrival about a month. The corn crop has Service Station j
Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Johnsare
been damaged and my nude gar Phone 179
Designed to take Its place proudly receiving congratulations on den is all wilted down. My wren w
the arrival of a daughter Emily ?
has gone and no longer sings. The DON'T BUY :
Fi,9 and efficiently'In the brand new ors 25/
Ovieda, born Monday. August birdies are reared,. On the lawn
'modernized kitchen you may be plan- Shadycrest Hospital In Starke. the young robins full grown run HOT WATER .; F ,

Designed to bring, you new freedom, new convenience, Mr.*. Johnson Entertain about digging worms that only BirthdayAND
Mrs. J. F. Johnson entertainedthe their sharp eyes can see. Somedaysoon BV THE QUART
I iww'beauty to your present kitchen too ladles council of the Christian they will be coming south WEDDING
Wednesday and I shall send a message. to rw.OO
Church at her home last -
afternoon. The topic discussedwas you all by the robin. We burled i

Enjoy All The Hot Water You Want -, When "Good Habits To Be Encour our near neighbor man. He was CAKES (

011 Want It At Any Time With A DAY & aged" with Mrs. G. P. Wadsworth very near eighty-five. A ripe old t
and made me think how,after
serving as Leader of the devo- tI
ilGHT Automatic Hot Water Heater. 100 Per-
tional. all, life here, good as It is, reallyis I
nt Automatic Control. a part of eternity. My dog Is
Misses Betty and Martha Home growing and such a joy. I did ,

E. DOWN, AND UP TO 18 MONTHS TOY will return Sunday from Ridge- not know that a dog was such
BALANCE ON GAS APPLIANCES & TANKS crest, N. C., where they attended j f
a ten day session at the Ridge Clay Hill It has been raining. 'Mr

_-pI flsJtJfl-_ Jt .r-r.rJp.Sa-S fltsar crest Baptist Assembly.Mrs. stable Parrish has such lovely Heetingwater by the kettleful as quickly a.uswl.You'll be ,
George Williams and son zinnias In her yard. Mine were for dishes, laundry, morethanple-wlthyoUIf,
Howell, Mrs. H., B. Wiggins and lovely here but are slowly dryingup. and baths waste time and laundering results- for tht ,
ROSIER BROS. GAS CO. Joe Wiggins were recent visitorsto Elgin Padgett, the janitor at money. With a ..Pyrof.." hotter Vie water, IHt will,.,. .
Jacksonville Beach. Clay Hill went over and scrubbedthe gaa.op+rated water heater the wash 'Com In. phone, I
Mrs. Gladys Cole of Brunswick.Ga. school house with Lillian and! OUR SPECIALTYAny you have gallon of hot or writ for full detail I
., was the guest last week of Hester Starling Elgin and Hazel watur right on tap-day or today-you'll be surprised
hone 782-W Box 268 Starke Fla. Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Cole. Grlffla went to Jacksonville and night Them completely how iiMipmuiv an ample' ) ,
Mrs. Ida Maxwell had as her .utomattegeusw.terheaterS' hot water supply lien be.
curled. Mr. and Mrs.
got their hair Meal Any Hour
recently Marcellus Fletcherof cost but a few pen- \
guests Richard Mosley will soon move Ini..day
Quincy, Walter Edwarda of Into their new house they are Delicious looper.ts.Thu .
Tallahassee, and Mrs. L. A. Wig- DONUTS ROLLH PIES I quick hot
at Highland. Richard f
OYNER'S MARKET gins and Marie Wiggins of Jack. was building a soldier oversea for many CAKES! FRKNCII: BREAD flume of ."Pyrof." :&c' t

sonville. I months and we .are happy for PARKER HOUSE ROLLSLappe gas replaces hot
Sylvia May has been a patientIn ,them. Grapes are getting ripe w.tersupplyaimost UPUIOI 10"IoID OAS $SEIVICI
STARKE. FLA. Alachua County, Hospital In and are plentiful. Bernice -
225 S. WALNUT ST. now pears
this week, and hada
RHODA DAMPIER F. G. HEMINGWAY Gainesville Tues- Moaley had a birthday with Bakery
".'En GROCERY SIDE MGR. MARKET tonsilectomy performed on a cake and Gladys, Carter and Trenton Hardware & Furniture Co. Inc. I '
day. baby and hubby were with themon 312: Call Street \
Hicks and son,
Mr. Clarence
of Jacksonville, a trip up to' the beach. Lorene PHONE 16 Phone 3.391 Trenton, Fla.

pent with O.several W. Hicks days hers last weekii6's and Fields husband UI I visiting In 'N4I'th with her Carolina.slater Free Delivery Service 'I E. T. SIIULL PLUMBING CO., LOCAL ACT.BOR ., .

'FDDDS They came to Clay Hill to visit
ii: : and took her home with them. -

School starts at Baldwin Sept
HAPPY 50MIOH* 2 and Joy Wilkinson can scarcely

--DIXIE- LILY COUNTRY CURED wait ley says for It they tobegin.have .pretty Mildred pansies Scul- rryi 's1 DAY SALE.J, ] .

SIDES In their yard., In all I have seven
EAL OR GRITS r \ letters from' Clay Hill: Daisy I
ind SHOULDERS Lang, Joy Wilkinson, Mabel Par
5 Lb.

_ 49c Bag 49c Ibe ley Sculley.rlsh Lorene Klgln Padgett Field,, Bernice and Mildred Mo. Sum i er's Lust Holiday! / ,.i :

I save the net bags that potatoes

PET OR'CARNATION ROUND OR LOIN t R NUAABE they are are washed often they sold make In. After good Stores Closed Me :r.: Jay . Buy jJ ", F

lb. cleaning cloths. This hot weatherif

MILK Steak49c_- 1 better.one serves Hot heavy. cold foods foods make they one are 'Enuif To Last 'Til Tuesday i,1 t I
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Hercules Official r i fighters and the antics of Grasey, to the Interest of all farmers to Absentee Voting Your vote andcouragcment kind word
clownish referee. I attend both meetings if possible. will
Describes ProcessingOf RECREATION SCHEDULE! Perhaps the best boxing of the Qualified electors who plan to clously appreciatedRespecUully, 1110.

evening, from the standpoint of Sparks Cause FireA bo out of town on City Election
Stumps of recreation events for
The youngprop
r"lIowlog4"f'kly vours
9, vote absentee ,
defensive kill, was provided by day Sept. ; may
How an "original growth" pine )* U announced by N. C'artton Geiger, dlrcitur of Mchool-coin- Baptlata. 133-pound: Hawaiian, blazing roof on a small build- ballots at the City Hall through (Pd. Pol. Adv 2t PaUl L B

stump, once valueless and a detri- munlty recreation: who deftly fended off most of the ing on the premises of the Percy Friday Sept. 5, City Clerk Carl 9.51C :

[\onday.9:80 a. m.Junior hawlmll. attacks by, opponent Alabino, Sullivan home, Thomas Street, Johns announced yesterday
ment to woodalanil, now being
Into a number of useful 8OO--10.0O p. m.-Activities In Church Service Center. weighing In at 130-pounds. brought out the fire truck about NOTICE
product wan described by E. C. Tuesday 0:80: a. m.-Junior bawliall. A 160-pound meeting between 8 o'clock Monday afternoon. The T. C. Edwards Offers I desire tD
8:00 19:00 m.-ArtlvIU In 'fSO building.: fire was caused by sparks falling announce
Fountain the
Mann, Jr., of the Hercules Powder : p. and England saw voters of Starke
Co. In a talk before the Rotary Wednesday 0:30 a. m.-.Junior baseball. decision go to Fountain. Brown, from a field that workmen were For CommissionerT. candidate for theCounV" that I
9:30 Junior baseball. Oshner 135- burning off nearby. The blaze IIn.explr
Thursday a. m.- 147-pounds. and ,
here Wednesday.Mr.
Club Monteith
C. Edwards of Lawtey an-
Friday: 9:30 a. m.Junior bancball. pounder. fought to a draw. was quickly extinguished before on th
Mann,. supervisor of surveys Activities In USO building. much damage had been done. nounced this week that he will
8:00: -12:00 p. m.-
and leases, In assigned to the Com- 11:00 Activities In Church Service Center. Harley Strong, Harvey Van be a candidate for County Commissioner Having been a
8:00 -
: : p. m. realde
pany's office In Baldwin and com- Vleet, and Fred Stowera were District 1, In the 1948 Starke' for the
Saturday 10:00: --11:00: a. m.-Story Dour Church Service Center. T. C. Crawford past eleven
mutes there from Starke, wherehe 8:00-11:00 m.-Activities In USO building. Refereeing assignments primaries, He will make a formal and a substantial taxpayer
recently established residence.The p. were shared by promoter Charley Will Run For SheriffT. announcement: at a later date.NOTICE City, I am vitally klent
Harper, Com. Parra, Van Vleet !
---- our
------------- City
speaker followed tbe processing I Government It
of a otump from the time, Teachers FinaPreSchool and Tracey Warren. C. (Clayton) Crawford an- to the City Council. I pV
''it la bumped out of the groundby One Woman'sOpinion The Boomtown Arena, adjacentto nounced this week that he will be the voters my best erro""

bulldozers until It comes out Planning offers the the Stars and Stripes card store each a candidate for Sheriff in the To the voters of the City of progressive and ecOnOlnlca
of the Brunswick plant as pine Navy Boxing 1943 primaries. unless something, Starke ministration of the City ri
oil, turpentine; or .resin. These Period Useful, Friday beginning at 8:30 p,m. unforseen curt prevent;; : him men:. -
There la admission A I the to
no charge. 'He am taking liberty remind -
material and theft by-products I from running. will make a The vote and
Dr. Q. Ballard Simmons, dean support of
special Labor Day show, featur- you that the City Electionfor
such formal announcement at later Izens of
have useful Fred RON a Starke
purposes By
many Is
of the of education the thereto
college at ing a line-up Jacksonville. professionals the Cityof; Starke will be
for making, :date. Hcited
chemicals and
as paper will
University of Florida, gave the la booked for Monday I held Tuesday,' Sept. 9. Also. I 1 be very g
bases for soaps and'disinfectants Last year Blllee was painting opening address last Monday evening through cooperation of wish to remind you'that I am a 'appreciated.'

I and weatherprooflng materials a picture and she'made me help morning when teachers 'of Brad- Jimmy Murdoek, well-known Jax Navy Recruiter candidate for the office of Clerk. -Florence B,

used on roads records.and coatings. for her with the sky It all had to be ford High School and the Starhe promoter. Admission will be free, Here' Every Friday Treasure;, Tax collector, and 'r'(Pd. Pol. Adv. 2t 9-5))

phonograph Elementary School .. ,met in ,the with donations :i accepted. Tax Assessor.If .

: that Mr. Mann the ,old emphasized"original: growth"the fact It blue had and to.covered have a a good large deal space.of',' USO building to begin I their' two Local' fighters. interested In en- Men who ire mentally- and elected I promise faithful and I 'N 0 TIC E
only I weeks planning conference; pre '' I
touching up so I painted the blue tering the Playground amateur physically qualified are now being courteous service II
can be used for this I
pine stumps because of their high and she 'did the touching. Then ceding the opening of the Starke boxing tournament staged in accepted for enlistment and reenlistment I will appreciate your vote andsupport Dear Voters: I am a can!
purpose schools on September 8. Dr. Simmons -
Jacksonville this weekend Aviation Electronic for Chief
again I had to help her. And whenwe through as of Police In thel
resin content. Stumps so-
called "clabber" sapling are not were In Augusta! last year she spoke University of the' various services Wednesday should apply Immedi- Tee. Mates and as Combat Air --C. A. FutchPd. Election to be held Sept t,
' made some special Christmas of the Florida ately to Charley Harper, at Kings Crewmen In the U. S. Navy recruiting ( Pol. Adv.) serving seven years on theI
usable, he said. available .
which will be made to
a cards for some of the boys In the ley Lake."I. officials announced this feel.that I am qualified fj
\ outfit, she had to do' a rush job teachers during' the coming year. week. NOTICETo office :and'If elected I Will
Buck Jones Will Ha urged that each teacher not "
on some BO'she set me down to I Farm Bureau Has Young men 17 through SO Will the public to the best
hesitate to take advantage of
ti Operate Restaurant help her. She did the drawing on In 'Insurance find a profitable and interesting The Voters of Starke: ability. Your vote and It
such facilities planning her Plan
them and I took ,the pen and Ink ., future( in the Navy: they pointed I am again .offering' you my will Ija'greatly appreciated]
V. P. ((Buck( ) has purchased and went over them again. I have program.On E. L. Crawford- President '"ofi.i 'out. Many%men may enlist with the time and services on ,' City (AdV. ?,- Ben C, Holts

the equipment' of the helped her In everything from Tuesday morning. A. Y. '''A. n_._.." _.. 'L', ,ama pay grade held at the time : .urL -- - -
"' Tiolta, who has been In ill housework on, but I never -thoughtI'd COVington of the Bradford Coun- a *JA UIVIU Farm Bureau, U11Bweek of their discharge, it was pointed Ce'unc11 and I r you Bee fit to return
Issued a statement to that office I REAL ESTATE
urging me faithfully
and plant to reopen the restaurant find myself writing her col [ty Health Clinic was present
with his staff of workers 'and all members of the Bureau to at- out.The promise to do my best for your
some time around the 10th umn for her but here I am. She tend List your property for
an Important meeting to be Navy recruiter will be hap- Interests and for fair of
our City
of September. has been having a lot 'of trouble nurses, W. W. Thurman. Sanitation I, with me. I have sold
held at the to'discuss the benefits
city hall in Live Oak py many Starke.
with her and hag to Officer; Mrs. Arlln McKnIght. piece of property and
The Grill closed two weeks
was eyes gone
. < on Sept. 2, at 9:30: o'clock. At with all young men who are In-
and Mrs. Letitla Aa most of know I
I I' ago and Mr. and Mrs. Tsolls have Jacksonville to see about them Preston, and this meeting the Florida terested. The recruiter is at the you have many prospective buyer j
.\ '. gone to New York where Mrs. I think that this week the column made a report to the croup telling Bureau Farm some time that Is not taken up square deal Is guaranteed I
in Starke each Fri-
Tsolls, who has been in should be called One Man's Opinion of the various services that I Investment Corporation postofflce. I with other. matters and I know fair commission In all that I 11
poor 'will discuss Its new Insurance day from 10. A M. to a P. M.
:1lt1''p( health for some time, will\,undergo and make this a family affair the Bradford County Health A further plan. < :of no way that I would rather quire. As a member of f
/ additional operations and medical Clinic! can give to the school and discussion of this sub- World War II Victory Medalsare spend this time than In trying to Realty. Board yon may
ject will be
the teachers In made at the regular also being given out at'this make Starke attractive
,,;., treatment. ,They hope event- carrying out an meeting of the an progressive assured that I will npn
,ually to be able, to return to Florida This month's copy of Coronet efficient health program. Teacherswere at the Bradford Bureau time to Navy men who saw and economically oper- you to the bent of my all
:J contains an article that Is exceptionally urged by Dr. Covlngton to be courthouse !In Starke, Friday active service 1 during the war. ated City; and to the realizationof N. D. W.\lXWRIGIIT. ,J

Mr. Jones states that Jack good In my estimation on the lookout for children with Crawford night Sept. 3, at 8 o'clock. All eligible ,,men are asked to call that ambition I pledge you my Realtor -:- Phone 1s
"tit.'JJ fUioden will be. associated with It Is on page 16. Those boys of communicable diseases. and to report stated that It would *e for their medals at this time. time and most unselfish efforts.

ours fill the bill, too. such suspected case to the
him as a partner In. the ,new-res
health authorities'
y ta rant. Just Boy
After'a male baby outgrows Pat Chapman, state field\ ser- .

Fresh stock of excellent typewriter long dresses and triangles, and vice director from the State De-

ribbons at THE ..TELE acquire. pants, freckles and so partment of Education, was also
; much dirt that relatives don't i present at the Tuesday morning
1 dare to kiss him, 'he becomes a' meeting and '' told the' group of VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT

OJUPII.W.'C.T.U. boy.A the program that''the State De-
boy Is nature's answer to partment of Education Intends to

that false belief that there Is no direct this year. '''He explained ,
i, such thing as perpetual motion. A various points of the new school ;I' f
IF NO DRUNKARD CAN :GO la law which are of"interest to all \ ) '
boy a growing animal of superlative -

j. TO BECOME IIEAVEX.OP WHAT TIlE" ,,] DRUNKARD ,IS TO like a fish promise, run lUke who a deer can, climb swim eachers.The program for Wednesday

(THE MAKER NATIONAL; :PROIIini- like a squirrel balk like'a mule, consisted of an Interesting address Carl 1 Johns Clerk
...+ ..' TIONIST.) bellow like a bull, eat. like a pig, made by Dr. Clara Olson, -
or act like a jackass, accordingto professor of Education from the

climatic conditions.A University of Florida, on the

boy If not washed too often "Child and His School." Dr. Olson 'rj. ,
and kept In a cool, quiet place poke of the responsibility of the

after eacb accident, will survivebroken community In supporting the 'j.
bones, hornets, measles, school and she emphasized that g r, t He Is Qualified From Recent Experience. '
J fights and nine helping. of pie. the school le a cooperative) undertaking 1 ;tI1; .

A boy Is a piece of akin and belongs to the com-
; He Is A Home Owner And Tax
stretched over an appetite; a munity. "The school, laid Dr. Payer

noise covered with smudges. A Olson, !"belongs to the pupil and ..,

saes wt boy Is the problem of our times, not to the teacher. The teacher "! : He Has Worked For Lower Taxes And Light Rates
the hope of the world Every boy la merely a servant of the school" '
born la evidence that God Is not The afternoon periods of the ( Constantly. .
yet discouraged with men. I conference are devoted to Indi- '*." (Light Rate
vidual and group work betweenthe i 1932 For 102 Kilowatts SI0.54; Today $5.89.)
*, *
1 1 Men, do you ever get In the doghouse teachers in the high school \' v -

wind T Yea, I know you do. Don't and elementary department. DIec v Books Are Audited Annually And No Unfavorable
thru your' we all? It seems no matter whatwe ions of policies and issues :
Reports From Auditor As To Records.
shield alter we do or how we do It, we land hat concern the program for the
behind the) eight-ball ever ao of coming year are held during these ,

service yourCarThe ten But I have found one way individual and group conference Regular Office Hours Maintained At AH :Times With
to erlods.Itezlatratlan. .
get out. After all. candy and "'
Auto Fountain flowers don't always work. So : for all students Courteous And Obliging Service.,
the ot.her-I ht I tried a new enrolling In both the elementary
x Madison! & Walnut St. It was Bd ac's birthday oae'l and high school will be condueted a

Starker, .:."_ Fla.STRONG slipped my mind. Need ,I say I In the main auditorium of the "

was in the dog-house)? So I went school building on September 4 Clerk
City Duties Are As
Ll.C1L l. out In the kitchen while she was and all teacher will be presentto Outlined By City Ordinance
assist with this
In the front room reading and procedure.

COMICS proceeded to bake a cake. It

really Isn't very hard to do. You Jax Pros Booked The City ''tlerk' shall be clerk u City Council and shall be under the supervision and subject to orders of

Different Each Week will find the Icing the most dim- l For'Labor Day Bouts the City Council. To keep all records and other document of the. City of-Starke,'',receive all ..taxes fines,

WATCH cull of all. But 'It came out fairly licenses,and other funds for the City'of Starke.,.To Attend.:"all meetings of City Council .(This I have done
, Happenings and good candela and with it'looked'a few-trimmings right nice. At Kingsley Arena except on. *' jeetin. In fifteen :years a* ywrr City Clerk);;;and. to do'and perform all/duties of a City Clerk

....... As luck would have it, she was By BOJ Duncan and any other service which, tie City Council, may require of said City: Clerk.

asleep when I finished so I put
taW It down beside her, went back The nucleus of the Green Cove
out Into the kitchen and sailed Naval' Base's new amateur bozInl' I wish to :eaU the attention of the Voters and Citizens .f the City of Starke to the fact that the City Clerk

her. Yea men. when she came out squad organized by Lt. Com. has no authority or power to hire or fire any employee of the City of Starke. The City Bond Trustees hire

to me I was oat of' the POO- Eddie Parr, obliged with an excellent and fire all employees of the Light and Water Plant. The City Council hires and fires all other employees of
HOUSE. I hope this little Idea six-bout show' before an the City. Any rumor that I hire or fire anyone is false

i wilt help some other poor husband -) enthusiastic crowd at Ktngsley\
out like It did me, at leastit Lake's Boomtown Arena last Friday. -
won't hurt to try A gathering of fans from Your City Clerk aa clerk to the City Council and to the Board of Bond Trustees must be qualified to answer
Starke Oreen Cove Springs and any questions and furnish the needed Information to
the orderthat
FOUNDATION OR PLAIN CAKE governing bodies of the City of Starke in
Kingsley was estimated as the they carry on successfully the duties of the men placed on the Council City of
\ 1 1-2 cups sifted oake flour largest yet accorded the weekly Starke. by the voters of the

s 2 teaspoon baking powder amateur card since Its Inauguralon .
1.. teaspoon salt July 4.Notwithstanding.

f.t\: 1-3 cup shortening an absence of Anyone wishing to see the records of the City clerk and annual the
3-4 Auditor's at
1' cup sugar knockouts the Navy scrapperscame office. report may do so by calling
i '" and you promise to 2 eggs, well beaten through with a program of ..
1-2 cup milk free swinging, hard punching
I., honor cherish and buy 1 teaspoon vanilla fights which elicited an undoubt-
Sift flour, baking powder and edly favorable response from the As City Clerk for the City of Starke. I respectfully solicit :your vote and support for re-election to the office

herjf'f/Ry from salt together. Cream shortening, crowd appreciative of the efforts I now hold and have held since 1932 at which time I defeated my opponent M C. had
add sugar and cream until fluffy. of the boys chosen to put the fight served In this capacity for 15 or more years. Having been your City Uf.Vr&ip Bbsd-

Add eggs, then dry ingredients game: of this locality back into lag there have been many problems and happenings affecting the City Government and served

Harley F. 'Strong alternately with milk and vanilla high gear during this time actual experience enables me to serve In a more capable having elected
manner than newly
a small amount at a time. Beat The final a heavyweight rerson could 8S tile handling of the office Is a
: en- entirely different
to records of the
.Gift Headquarter after each addition. Pour Into counter, saw the decision goingto duties of the City Clerk! and an other phases

In Jewelry greased pane and bake In moderate Vaughn at 193. over Allison, ,
oven (330: F) 20 minute 190, In a hard-slugging. Intensive .

Pe Large Selection of Frost as desired. Makes 2 fS inch) wt-to terminated at three rounds In conclusion remember
Carl Johns has been
Courteous at
Diamond! and Mountings layers.No to Rose 140 pounds and Brooks, Obliging, and has

'i Finest Selection of Watches Lions MeetingA. tle ISO with pound both In boys a no-decision whopping bat one all times performed the duties of City Clerk above reproach, and earnestly solicits

And Jewelry Gifts in another with often wild, but frequently -
Starke B. Baker president of the effective blows to the your vote and support Tuesday, September 9th.

Starke Lions Club, announces that I head. The result was an unofficial -

137 W. Call Phone 153 the regular meeting of the organ faction draw, in the opinion of-many Paid Poi Ady.)
next Monday will not ,beheld observers as well as the Judges (
due to the Labor Day holiday A four-man battle royal opeaed

the show featuring willing Negro i


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