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 6, 1948
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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County"' National '
JrliJforci returned at nine o. "We IIIVorked too hard-liked to

,rdJmen sunday orntng.e have killed ourselvebut It warn :

!&St waS pouring ,brightly far the best camp ever put on Official Countu Publk lion Established In 1811' ,

'. ,un beaM of the maZY ,by the Guard because ot the I I

: on the friends and relaUveaStarkedePOt 'quality ot the officers and men," VOLUME SEVENTY STARKE, FLORIDA FRlOAY. AUGUST 6. le-&l NVMBER .'ORTY-TWO_ 1;. 'r ,
'terlllg to II
the Major McClane laid. "Of course, '
: at
''erecl they pulled In'he all the men were willing to get II IIi
as I
""t the boY train. It poured rain back on the train I .aw no one School Kiddies Need Date Eight More Days Cecil Airfield ; '
School Changed Again t
' afte0or trooP but the Guard dragging his feet when loading \\Vhistle Toots Birth Certificates Opening ; Left To Register; !i ,:. !

'1e be back in time came" he aald.
were glad to although they Lt. AI Kay Carlisle, who joined Says Superintendent City Election Near Reactivate I
County Bid Let Board May :ifi
Morel Athletic By
\ Building
, at a time when tleiY the Guard In 1938 and ended up Despite Protests Only eight 'more days remain : ,
come will be sbi
100Z If one
furrows were In World War n 88 an Air Force your young elections.
,! turned ateam.rey bombardier with a tour of combat years old on or before JanuarY' 1, to I'fgister for City .t
IIreamen of glad to be back missions completed over Europe, Says Council 1949, you'd better .tut readying ,The Bradford County School one story concrete brick athletic The City registration books will : Bring Business i.

wert" S. C., where remarked that the the him or her for achool. And the Board holding two meetings In building for BHS. The athletic remain open through Saturday, ,i.
Fort Jack8Ofl. camp was birth cerUf.cate. three day', recently! chanced for building, which .is to be located August U; to allow potential vot. )
II week) first step I. getting a
two : "best the National
Guard (
buay ever airfield only :
a schoolhouse and the Cecil Vield Navy
toad spent the third time the opening date between the ers to register The books have '
;v frOm the privacy of the had." "The green personal per. The comprellled air whistle of the Starke Hampton, and ball park 1 I. to be an eight room been since July 18. 'about 25 miles from Starke, t.
;j.. the .Ight'of familY arid the formed their duties exceptionally mounted slowly
l\"Iences of the bathtub. Iii- well considering their lack of power plant shall blow. In fact, made this week by tract for the construction of a dude shower rooms, dressing Starke politics with are the schedule units by November 1. ..
fired weap0fl. of training." he .ald. "And the whistle began tootin' .t noon Arthur R. Mcflae Bradtotd Coun. to a head ,
Id they had : our mesa Bradford High School athletic rooms, office, storage space, boLl- If the reactivation cSoe. occur. t I'
three Important
to the tune of was the finest G. I. I've last Wednesday after two weeks ty Superintendent of Schools.To shaping up into
mesa needed ,
wakened and other Naval :
r and and I building, and made further teach. er room apace dates: It ia expected that perlon:, C f fnd ,
pUl le and peeled potatoee i ever eaten 1r. of IIllence. word the age requirement InK .ppolntmente. for athletic facUttiea. will once again he a factor1 u t

lied and drilled and learned Said Sgt. Albert L. Cr08by, ftrst That the whistle should blow another way, If a child Is five The Board met Saturday July The Board agreed to call for August It-Ialt day for voters In the development and the bus- r

re about gun.. And they sergeant ot the outfit, "The ,was decided at a meeting of the years and eight months old by 31. and Monday August 2. At bids on the construction of a to rt.'glster. '' Incas of Bradford County.
thlng -auto meInll" training was very good, but the Council last Tueaday Theo the first day of September he August 2"-la.t day for can .f
other City
I"'I/d I the Saturday meeting the Board: building and the Installation of Cecil Field, .n aUxiliary field, r rI. rIs
administration, commun.Iionl. 5:30: reveille came a bit too early o Council decreed that the whl.stl( will be permitted to enter. (1) Set the opening date ot plumbing at the colored Ren') dldatee to qualify. located between Starke andi. 1

to suit my ta. te. The camp ful- shall blow four times daily with But children ,will not be per. the Starke, Hampton, and Grah. school. The request warn made by Sept. 14-electlon day, Jacksonville on the Blanding' Irout.

I was rough. but It wal worth filled the purpose of orientating 15 second blast And so ended mltted to register In Bradford am Ichoola .t Monday September A. O. Jenkins, colored principal Three City poitions are .. .

Ill1at two weeka camp. the green penonnel. A great deal : a long controversy. County Schools without birth cm.tificate. r- e. Formerly the schools were of the school.Linwood !. to be filled In the September elec. Announcement of the Cecil Field I

ere were no major In,1uries 'I of keen interest was ahown. The i The whistle was originally &tv.en ., and Supt. McRae urged scheduled to open ,August 30. J. Funderburk was tion, since the terms of Council- reopenlftc-the field itas been. q

,red by the 110 odd Guard Company rounded out In better some months back to Berry all parents to secure birth certificates ((2) Awarded a contract to the appointed as assistant athletic men 'V, M. Edwar ., .Junlua closed approximately slit months r '
tiers who took part In the shape "than I ever thought It Johns, power plant superintendent, for them now. T ls Bradford Engineering Company ofSt.rke coach for the 1918-9 school year,, I Smith, and C. A. Knight are cxpining. -waa: made this week py Repn'I, 1

p. V. L. starlin waa spiked would. by. Carl M. Ritch local plumber would avoid the last minute rwsh for the construction of a and he will also instruct In the Mr. Knight stated thll Mfttative Emory Price. who IIUId8 1\ :

e foot during softball c.me.Iaxie' St. W. C. Rhoden laid that The whistle was Installed at the to secure such cootifldats from $10.000 athletic buUdlng.I science department. Miss MadgeWhigham week that he will not lHt a candidate -0 the .statement ,th.,2CkJOOIVIU. '''J' t '

Carter dropped a reel the recent camp was the best power plant and blown at the the state board of healtb' bur' I ((3) Agreed to install plumbing was made a teacher ot for reelectioD. .Journal. .The Cecil Field, :

his foot-It had a half mile ot of the two he had attended. "There hours of 7 am. noon, 1 p.m., .nd eau of vital statistics and the re. and toilet facilities for the Reno vocational bome economics for the All persona who are not already lair .is one portion of a reopent, those t, ,f,' '

on it. Ralph ,Alvarez reed were enough ex.eervlcemen thereto : 5 p.m. suiting delay In receiving the cer.tlflcat. High School Itudfont. next school year. registered With the City and wish which Includes the .
part program
perhapS the hie head worst between Injury, he carry.ald. on"The In the majority weak of'spots the. Several complaints reaulted. .nd' ... \ ((4)) Appointed an assistant athletic At its second maeting last Mon. to be qualified to vote In the City further development of the Jack.sonvtil r, ..t :

n he caught the the whistle, which ;warn operating Persons desiring birth certif.icates coach and a vocational home day, the School Board appointed election In September should apply ''Naval Air' Station and ,
oft firing Unit enjoyed the and felt
t.rgeta camp
moving without oalcial .uthority. was should send the Bureau of economics te.cher. three teachers and a patrolman at the City H.U. the reactivation of the Cecil Yield1. ,
.uttered a .pllt"ey. of It
He they pt something out view ot the controversial
Jack. In
e. Statistics Box
quieted. Vital atstlonsaep.
back of 0, for the next school year, and ae- and Mayport awci1lU7
the he commented. .'
and a blow on 01 the to whether or not tWt1I t
the question
Florida name .
him But more prote.tI IOnvW. cepted a nine acre deed present.4 : Price quoted froM a letter ,
caught And! the members ot National '
target the .
head (one fonowed-I' should
weeks Christmas '
people wanted the child, date and place of birth,, I holiday by the coloNel school trustees Guard Threatens N. Brown assistant Bacr.tary !("I
). John \
other coming Guard softball team were by
g-the tather's mother'a maiden 'be a part of the ten months! tea.
again It began its dally tootl. name, for a new Reno schoolhouse. for Air which 'r
at .
Bradford of their laurels when ; '
e highlight for the proud they name, along with the statutory fee I cher's contract for 1..8.... the
t wu reached when they returned after beating the Jack.sonylUe On Tuew.1ay July H, a petition of ISO cent. Application blanks and I Board agreed to fOllow the ex.i Teachers appointed :NeN Mr. said 'Plana regarding Ibe ,Cecil I ,If, I

ped Company F, from ..Jack.De. company to the whopping with 30 names w. presented .t further Information may lHt secured i ample Of 33 other Floriia coun- Iris, Crosby to the HellbfOM EI. Softball Victor Field and Mayport are not yet i \
The' tune,of IS-3. Credit for the 'the City HalL, It requested that firmly eltablllhed. They ire be.1 '
In a sortbaU pme. at the Brs4ford Count i tie. and to include the two weeks ementary School Mrs. Marjorie ,
1I.llIIlnc IC" was B..dtordt118. victory gO' to' the playIng inem.berHenry -: the whistle stop and decease 'tit I Health Unit, located on" Church i holiday period .e a part of the Roller to the Lawtey Junior High Baker softball lint studied jointly with other cxpansioxi f 1'1' L

1. Company 3. Man..a, .Jr., James whistling "because we feel It i ia Is. Street. 111) month. In view ot this ded.alon School: and' Mr. Doris Norman The BISKI: and the ..trenIfth plans prepared by' the : '

T. K. McClane, formerly Phillips. Jim Godwin (three hits great and unnece..ry annoyance the Board rescinded their to the Vanderbilt Elementary team I. still exhibiting Navy" and Department of Alr !! I\p

,jar andlng, officer of the Brad- I!and a home run)., Louis Bennett, : to U'. especially since there action ot July 14 when they set the School. A L. Alvsres was appointed that won for It top place In. Force to determine the feaBlbll- t ,

nut but now a member ofi&rtera. Walter FrIck; Thomas Williams are a number ot old people and Gassett Rites opening dates for Aug. 30, and set a. patrolman .t the Bradford the lIeml-fln.l. of the series St.rke'currently Ity of possible consolidation for I I I

remarked this week Drew Reddish Theodore Goode, invalids who reelde In this part the opening date for the Starke High School for the 19.8-4' term. running between joint use by units ot the Navy .,

the camp was undoubtedly, and V. L. Starling. ot town (near the City power Hampton, and Graham schools a.. The Board accepted and recorded five teams, but games ached- and Air' Force., I i: '

rding to everyone. the beat An In all, It was a grand camp. plant and we further feel that September 8. The Lawtey. Vanderbilt a nine acre deed to be uled with the ,National Guard "However,'unless the Air Force : I II
Held Tuesday indicate that trouble for the Blgr'! ;
p the National Guard had But the Army :wa. never like the blowing of the whistle accomplishes I New River, Hehbronn, 'used ae a site for the conatnac.tion In a position to make similar '
be' ahe.d. ,
haL" I I home, and its good to be back! no good purpose to ''Rlsln and Smoker .choola open. ot a 12 grade school fOJ:..ne.Irroe. and Baker team may facilities available for Navy use, 1\: ,I

our cittzena." ed last Monday August 2. .. The land was purchased The National Guard team haa It La the N.vy' proposal that 1; J

Again, pending action by the Pate Gassett 1111. a yaldenttotradford The bid of the Bradford En. by the citizens of Reno through lust recently returned from their the Navy auxiliary air station ,t'Wat. : t
Thereua Funds for 23
Grants 'year
unty Board ; City Council, the whistle ceased County Saturday lineerlng Company, the lowest at funds raised by donations for the annual summer encampment, and Cecil Field be reactlv.tee by I '

joums After No Tax Protests Made to blow died In, July Shadvcrellt 21, after hospital a short 111ne8l. 19.362.92, was accepted by the purpose of furnishing a school while at Fort Jackson, S. C.. on three air units on or about Nov.. ,> 'o, t r

Last Tuesday, the City Council Mr. Gaasett had been In Board for the construction, of a site the most recent camp the whipped 1. *548. and that the naval auxiliary f
e Board of County Commirn-i tier this week as a Vocational unanimously denied the request hardware bual. Company F ot Jacksonville ala station at Kayport be osacti.viated .
r8 agreed to place, funds In Home Economics teacher at BHS ot the petition since It believed the furniture In Starke for 17 be. John S. Baiaden to the grand total ot 183.As similarly the early part at, f tllGO"J
years Cross Office
ness Red
1 1948.49 budget for a Titer- for the 19.8-49 term. that public sentiment i Is more tor .ra example of the Biggs ''J' .
Community Center, accepted The purchase ot the Ford truck the whlstJe than against it. fore his recent born' Announces Hours; Native Of Starke, and Esker'ml..ht. the B and B '1"11. whole development and re.e.ctlviaUon / i

resignation of Miss Madge wu an old item ot bUilnesa. The So the whistle i Is tootln' again The deceased wu March team took Coca.CoIa to the WaS process ja I brought about -' : .
glam as Home Demon.tra.Arent -I Andrews Motor Company notl. I 3. 1893, In Skippervllle, Ala. He Ask. For Clothing Services Thursday. of 10.1 last Thursday, July ". ,by'aiturgsnt need for *4' .r P:'

purchased a Ford 'fled the Board that prices had moved to Starke from Ozark Ala., On Saturday, July 31, RosIer Gasbt dluosne.t fsclhiU.a Ptaeabordwith
Meanest Thief In 19211, and six later (owded. The Bradford County chapter of John Scott Bateden, 48. a n.tlve..ot .- ,,; I
Increased to such extent that years
their an Liona Club Tue".day "
and then adjourned of the .' "" '!'In iil
II1g last Monday.after. nQ t.I1e ,new< truck could not be delivered 'Found By Legion; "" tile .o..tt. Hardware 'tpo: I the taming Am.ricaa"'Red office hours,erou Monday I. ,matn.Wed. two World Starke Wars and, died a' vetera early this .' rilgt\e8 Cme.''AUt'3.<<: \-if every Indication that thi8. Deed I t't'n. Ii-
located East: Can St. i '
payers took the opportunity for a previously 'quoted now' on Naval National Guard and Coca-Cola, was will become snore critical Within I :'
$25 Reward Offered and afternoons week at the
: nesday Friday
rot..t their 19"8-49 tax asintL price The Board agreed to purchase Final rites were held last Tuesday rained out the Immediate future" r
Andrews reminded Hoapital.Mr. .
the truck for $1,787 with The American Legion Post 116 August 3. In the Starke chairman the public Guy this :week. Thee Red Baisden born In Starke The real test a match between Lucian Conner executive secretary -' *.. JI' .I
vde Reraey Theressa, asked 5200 allowance for a truck on First Bllptblt Church.' Rev. WI). and Baker and National of the Starke Chamber of
thinks It has found the meanest Blgp 'J
In the
Cross office Is located
on January 4. 1900, was lion
Board to rescind lu previous Smedley and Rev. Haines offidated. for Thurl. stated that had ," f I
scheduled Commerce. Starke
hAnd.The thief. and It knows It has found Health Clinic Building on Church of William W, Baisden and Ada Guard WI i
n In refusing to place an Commissioners called for the boldest. II Strl'et. Denmark Baisden. He left Starkeat day, August 5. The results of the to "clean up and dress up' It It \ 1 ,

111I the 19n.9 bUdget for further protests on the tax 811'sessments Besides his widow, Mrs. Clyde /game; were unknown at press ,wu to attract the Naval per8On-" t 11 iI''
IB other words It takes a lotof : Mrs. Ruth Morse, Executive the age of 19 and resided In
.etea Community Center. as fixed by the County Payne Galllett, Mr. Ga.ssett Ie time. noel when Cecil Field Is reactivialed. ,
nerve to steal both a wash bas.In ot the local chapter Jacksonville He was a ember
Commissionera with the ex.ln tax BIIBMsor and a. accepted by survived by two daughters Mrs. : secretary Several games are again/; eched. I '
and toilet that are all hooked. ''Is for donations of adult ot the Chrllltian Church and 5cr. I.
of E. L. Crawford. voted the Board but no protests were To Jewell Carson ot Plttsburg. Penn., asking: tiled which feature the National "The Naval officers are not f ''r'
to real live running water. and children' clothing. At this ved "In both World War I and n. !
'Ice the Item In the budget. registered. The minutes of the work and Mr. Ovada Witt of Young.- Guard to enable the >Guard to going to pay exhorbltant prices. .
ugh no sum was mentioned meeting then state, "No response Jay the least It took a lot town. OhiO: three sons, Davl. time qf the year there Is a great Funeral services were held catch up In the serlel.. On tap and the enlisted personnel mOlt i, ,

ay, a previous Thereasa del. coming before the Board In this to get the items from the Amen- Coolidge and James Gsaaett of demand for children lattendlng I Thursday, August 5. In the Starke for next week are: certainly will not live In plain I ,i f I

1n had asked the Commi.r8 ... matter. the tax assessments can Legion Hall located on West" Rtarke; three brothers. Mike and school. Christian Church with Itev. J.J3. Saturday. Aug. 7, Natl09al Guard out old .dumpe," he .ald. "We're .) ,

for 5300 toward the pro. were declared the v"lues upon Call St.Reporte. Grady Ga8lett ot Skippervllle, Volunteer for clerical work Dixon officiating. Full military ve Rosier Gall. going to have to work to bring 14 1 t

which the 1948.49 mlllages would indicate that the lava. Ala.. and McKinley Gallsett of are also needed In the Red Cron rites were In charge of American Tuesday, Aug. 10. National the Navy's business Into StarkeI I I

e algnatlon of ,Miss Madge be levied" tory,has been missing for several Washington, D. C.: five listen office. Those having clothes to Legion Post 56. Guard v. Lions Club. and w. can do It by attnctinc: ; i '4z

ham 8S Home Demonatra- Commissioners present at th' month. The theft was first ito- Mrs. .Tennle Kehay of Clopton.Ala. donate or anyone caring to vol- _The deceased I. survived by one Thursday A us:. 12, Big,. and their perlOnnel., Because or our "- 4't I

meeting were chairman 1O.. iced when water gushed from ., Mrsc Kate Ward of Hartford, I unteer for work can contact the IOn, Ralph Baleden, PeMacola Baker VI Lions Club. distance from Cecil Field, we are r e '" -

Agent was unanimously cc- Harrell, P. D: Reddish, E. L. missing connections. Mrs. Lltt Schmitt ot New York, 'Red Cross office during the open and one sister Jessie Mae Blakely. An games begin at 1:30: p.m. at a disadvantage But It can ,be : \ t

d. Miss Whigham was apedby Cra.wtord, J. L. Wynn and T. C. The theft of the toilet i Is a re'ent Mrs. Lummle Sheppard of Quln- hours. The office I. open from .Jackaonvllle. Surviving him In Bradford ball park located done.." f, I

the School poard ear.o : Chastain >:'! event, and It must have taken cv, Fla., and Miss. [ Mattie Lou one to four p.m. on the above also are his aunts and uncles, back of BUS. There I. no admi !' 'The ramifications are greater t f : I

a lot of labor by an expert. Gassett of Wallhlngton. D. C.: listed daya. Mr. Lettie Stailey, ot Starke: slon charge but a collection Ie' than renting an apartment," be t; I IlIald.

Local The water was. cut off with a three half sisters, Mrs. Maude Key John Denmark, Miss Addle Bal.- taken to benefit the Lighting "When we locate a r.miI" tin

ParkA Terminal LeaveApplications valve located under the Legion and Mre. Mary Frank Woodham of Free Pine Trees den Mia Rosa Baisden, and Mri. Fund. Starke, we reap the business '

ehed By Trailer Due iall the toilet was unscrewed SklppervUle, Ala., and Mrs Vera Alice Jones, aU of Jacksonville: from hi. entire living expenses,

rem..ved from Its mount. and cart. Woodham ot Ozark, Ala.: two Available NowAnnounces Mra. Onle flood Mulberry; and and that money comes from the '
$ choo1 Children
g. Association Before August 31 ed away to parts unknown. It grandsons Coolidge, Jr., and Agent frll. Mamie Handley, l.oIlkelaand. outsldnot from ul-thereby I i'"

"0 Bradford County house Uncollected terminal leave was missed about two weeks ago. Frank Hoover. Interment was In the family Should Get Shots bringing more cash Into the Coonty. : ,

r parks have been approved for veterans must be applied pay for Although the Hall remained un. Pallbearers were Ben Hall, Adolph County Agent: T. K. McClane, lot at.the Crosby Lake Cl'metery. Says Health Board ." -
ne Trailer locked for some months, locks Gay. Russell McRae, Jessie. Jr. announced today that Bradford Conner laid he would do aU I

Coach It wu loanufac.As.oclation announc-- before Bradford August 31. Albert L. Crosby have been Installed since the theft Newsome Frank Thomal and W. County has been allotted 60.000 Miracle Of The Bells Children who will enter school !. In his power In aiding' the N..vys'' ;
ru 'Veek. The two parks are ft the toUet. But Post Adjutant E. Thornton. free Slash Pine!. seedlings which for the first time thlll fan and personnel In finding living quartt t S, "
officer said
PIne Forest Trailer Park. this week. Arch Thomas, Jr., Isn.t so lure 'Interment was In the family are offered to local farmers by Playing At Park who hl1vn't received their irumun.izations Ira In Starke. t !' r
Mr Crosby said that World that locks can keep the toilet e.qulpment the Container Corporation ot I
I .t Lake Cemetery, communicable
by E. W. lot Klngaley against
and loa
Hayes 'War II enlisted pereonel and He America. Farmers Interested In The Miracle of the Bills a sen.Limental \
few miles south of Starkehe from wandl'ring. DeWitt C. Jones was In charge dIseases should do 1'10' ,within the Three Starkites 'f
off1cer. ,who from enlisted of these free tale of a prl.tst, a pressegent.
rose found one lock forced last week. nbtalnlns: some slash
of next few weeks. Dr. R. F. Sondag, '
Gainesville arrangementl. I
highway, and and a famous flint actress' Make Honor t
status for uncollected to Roll
emple Tourist owned may apply And the Legion Is getting mad pine seedlings are urged till director, preventable dlllease bureau I, ,
Carl Court terminal leave pay during the the affaalr- ad enough In out an application In the Count VAgents' II' playing at the Park Theater Board of At
Johns and I over Members Florida State Stetson Univ. I
h Temple AVe. located on remainder ot the month only. Applications fad to advertise In the Telegraph/ Rotary of rice. These trees are this coming Sunday and Monday, Health, said this week. -. ,

I two must be postmarked that It will pay "the sum of $25 To Name Bulletin on a first come, first serve basis august 8 and 9.. Dr Sonda pointed out that Three students from St.rke ,;,,
parks are listed In the before Idnlght. August 31. The and each farmer may ask for Fred MacMurray Ie the pressagent :
19-18-9 unto any person or persons supplying although most county health department. were among those listed on the .
Book TCMA Trailer Park deadline was extended once be- Information leading to the Herbert Deal chairman ot RotarY" a. many a. ISOOO leedUng. The Vam the actrellll, and In had already made such Honor Roll for the spring quarter ,
which furnishes In.tlon Club Service Committee, .eedllnlls will be delivered an unusual Casting Frank Sina.
ot the .t Stetson
to fore.The arrest and conviction p.r.lion ..rvtce available through pre. University, Delan, ureleBled
tOUrlst.l. A certificate announced.yesterday that a prize the farmer requests after Ira portrays the prtl'lt. The story '
"t service officer said his or persons guilty of stealing I school clinics, many children pro. by the regiatrar'l office
algn and a distinguishing office would assist veterans In a wash basin and commode from will be awarded to the members of December 15.4H concerns the film actress who re- ably have not received this, pro- This Is In recognition of conallt.tently .
e trailer aleo been awarded filling the applications. Army perlonrel the American Legion Hall In the club suggesting, the best name Club members and FFA turns In death to her birthplace, tection.He high acholanhlp. '

they parks, Indicating must produce photostatic Starke." for the weekly bulletin which will members are especially urged to a Pennsylvania coal town and I. advised parents of those Honor students from Starke i l

A standards are acceptable under copies ot both sides of their discharge Just what did the culprit net? soon be Inaugurated by the organ- avail themselves of this offer, but told largely In flashback. Slow In children who have not received were: Sylvia Ann Morse, junior 1 1aught.r

lIness The of health and paper. while Navy, Mar- Plumber E. T. Shull says used Ization. Rotarians are asked to It I. open to anyone In Bradford getting UDder way, the tempo .allpox; tetanus, typhoid. 'dip'theria of Mr. and Mr. Wiflii i : '
approval, warn Guard be thinking of .ultll>leo names County. These trees, produced at ,Icks up rapidly once the plot R. '
on IS trailer Inc Corps and Coast personnel toilete: bring about $28 nowadays, and whooping cough Immunization. .m Morse, Starke: John E. ,:
he Pine coach spaces must produce their dl.charae .- .nd lavatories are worth about and to' submit their vqggeationa the Florida Forest Service Nur.aeries. and characters have been eltablIahed. .. to take them to their Denmark, senior, son of Mra. P. $ E

ICht Forest Trailer Park papers and notices of separatlon at the regular meeting next Wed- are .vaUable above 0,000 and the "miracle" ret..rr"dto tamily physicians or to their local S. Denmark, 200 Hogan street rP ?
spaces for the Temple the uncollect. $ neaday. .t $2.81S thousand delivered : In thei title I. handled .0 deftly .nd ;
It Court.nationwide. to receive per health departments.C. Chris Angelo Carrots, menor -
ed pay C. H. Nasworthy, chairman of Post Paid," Mr. cC1ane added. that .It provide. a novel and IOn of Mr. and Mr. AIs_ __. I I '
inspection and Mayea Moves the Boy Scout Building Com It" heart.warmlnl' Clim. Carrott, Stark. n
r of Mr. Crosby' office, located In J. McGriff Buys
trailer parka II carried tee reported that plans for the Associated Running time is one hour, 55 f
the Courthouse II during Knight
r the open James Mayes, radio serviceman
Trailer Coach Manu- Scout home have been drawn, minutes. Pure Qil Station
rOTS ASSOCiation normal business hours .on Tuea- uaoctated with the Shepherd Ra.dio new With Father County Boob Open
of received. Again '
as part and and bleb are now beIng
tort to Improve day, Thuraday Saturday. Service has accepted'a p051. will be G. 3. JofcGrift, Pontiac and Gen- At Courthouse
living con.'t and The new Scout building In Law Practice Smart Hen Delivers I f
for as radio technician me.chanlc
il trailer ion eral Electric Appliances dealer, .
Coach reaLnprovea constructed on City park pro-
National Guard .' with the Jacksonville Monday.N. prty. Hollil Knight, formerly Msls. Own Eggs To Basket 'I purchased this week the Pure Oil The County registration. booR ,,

val Air Station beginnIng dealership which operated from are Open, and wiU remain
barn Emplovea Of State Mr. and loin. Mayes will reside ant United Stat.-Attorney, Ligain The Telegraph has been here his establishment on the corner through August 31 In the office open 4 j

Sa3 Tom Watson In Green Cove Spring. Kr. Mayes' Lewis Announces associated In the general 71 )'ean, and yet this .is a new of Temple Ave. and Pratt St. of Supel'VllOr of Rec1ltraUora Al- ,

srez's Storevarel' new employment Li a Civil For City Council practice of law at Starke with one for the record. The service station portion ot bert L. Croeby. flu

"Part-time" personnel ot the Service pMltton. Until the poeient h Us father, D.' E. Knight. under )fr.. Lester Crosby af Pins the building wu formerly owned After AUIrQ.t, the boob will ,

Clothln&, Store, Iac Florida National Guard while In they have occupied an apart.nent The tint formal announcement the firm name af Knight 5Cnight. Level has a Wooden box on her by E. D. Tenly with Mr. KcOrift: be lent to the precincts to en. ; :
Weat Call St.. hu re- the service of the state .re employed In the residence of Mrs.r. for City Councilman In the City cabinet where she keeps utilizing the rest of the building' able other to rec1lter.
tdtchen i ii
Undergone several Innova0WflCF of the State of Florida H. Long.Strout Election ot September 14 was His family will join them for hi. PonU.c and General Electric .All Bradford County residents
Bill Crabam noted and are entiUed to benefits under him here this month.Mr. her eggs when she brings dealenhl". The purchase who have not yet qualified to
k. James A. 2
made this by
the Workman' Compensation Transfers Knight says that he enjoyed Ia from the chicken y.rd. But made br Mr. McGrtft this week vote In the County are urged, to

fore which) wu eltab111.,1894 Act I.t Injured In connection with Lewta. his. work with the govemment there' one stubborn white Leghorn simply adds the Pure all business register now to avoid the last ,

by JM. Alvarez their acUvlties In the service of A recent real e.tate transfer In making this announcement that he: baa and eaplciaDy: his arneocia- hen that comes In and lays to his other line. minute I'U8h. Rgtstratn, can be 4
em announced by E. A. Stout Agency Mr. Lewis stated The service station has a mechanic accomplished j In the offios of '
clean and partly n- the stats as distinguished from is follows: been a resident of Starke for around Ion with U. S. District Judge an egg In the box every day. qualified for work on all Superyjsr of Registration tJw
and the backdrops for federal service, according to oWbtg Mn Katherine Botlto, otDetroU. 25 years and that If elect. A. V. Lon<<, and that be likeslain.svifls She just doean't seem to appreciate mak. of automobiles, and an op- dated Ira the Courthouse on I, ,

tont WindoW1. which were Attorney General .1. Tom 3fIch.. sold to V. 0.3nldges ed he will do what he can to but likes Starke much I the neat just outllde the citing feature of the station Ia a day, Thursday and Saturday ot r

In 1918. were removed I Watson In an opinion to, the director ot .Tack80nviUe, 2. acreeI help curtail expenses 10 that city better, and that he and his family back door. free lubrication 'with every oil each WHir. The office 'II Opel' : -

Il a tuu front view of I ot the Florida Industrial I mile 8E ot Stark OD Road No. creased axes will but not reduced be further if poulble.In. will be glad to be home a.aln.. I Who said hene were dumb f I change for the month ot AUgu.et. 8 to 12 -and 2 to G p.m.

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PACK TWO Saturday at the home of Mr. and Pennsylvania. HTj
In the Red Cross office who Dukes In honor of bJ
lady Mrs. E. C. patlon a *
I civil
Telegraph says she has a bone to pick with Pine Level] BrookerBy their ,daughter, Velmarle, who hla later engineer, bit
: Bradford County Dull. Day me because I said Republicansaren't celebrated her thirteenth birth. year he wilt *

; Idealistic. Is back attending Helen Barry Twenty-nine boy and girl real estate business.
C. L. MATTHEWS OwN .a>EDiTO* By Mr*. H. M. McRae day.
ESTABLISHED 1877 Items to Red Cross affairs after Refreshment of The deceased
were present. i
I and E....... a* Secowl enjoying a vacation In the mid- Ice cream and cake, were served. a Mrs. Dor\'
FridayCUM R. O. Davis Austin w-
Published Every I By N Mrs. Gay son
PI W. E. Hall filled his. regular Mr. J.
Stark useful
Office mt West. Rev. Velmarle received many Orden of
Matter at the Pout .. home last :week after Tampa,
returned and<1
I --- ---- Pine LevelBaptist ,
at a
: It seems that the first day appointment daughter.Services.
: ;I she returned she was 'stopped on Church Sunday morningand a short visit with Mrs. Gay'ssUter gtfti.

'#< MEMBERSubscription g ; ti 1948 I don't suppose there Is any- the street three times and asked evening, with 215: In SundayS and brother-In-law Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. J. R.visiting Crew and Mr. held In and lm.r"""
hard Miami. Sue were
like better than a Wltkoukl In Marjorie Tampa
thing we Akerman of Mr*. Charles
If she> had clothes for school hooJ classes. Rev.
'tl $L6O For Sir: Months hitting, foreward speaking man Church of Mr. Martha Llndemyer and and Mr. O. W. Barry Sunday.
':USG children on hand. Beaver Street Baptist Ida
f who has his convictions and will Pennie Turner of Parrlsh were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy 'were Gentry and dtuq
I asked, whenIt Although many of us see very Jacksonville preached! few Mr. and Mr. C.C. Dees Lillian were guests ot
!give them when even I visiting Mrs Eva Harrell a visiting kn
do try's son-in-law
little of such problems, they night. and
; A GREAT LESSON LEARNED hurts a bit. I'm not speaking exist In Bradford County. Lord Mr. and Mrs. David Paulk and days last week. Sunday. and Mr,. W. O. Watkl"daUghter
of the Individual who's ready to Miss Yvonne Harrell was visit- James Dees Alachua, Is spend IQ
only knows, our area bas enoughtroubla children Fae and Sylvia, have returned sonvllle. Sunday.
Years from now men and women who are children today sound off with superficial remarksat ing Mr. and Mrs A. E. Harrellof ing a few day with Mr. and Mrs
the Jackson
keeping young ones to their home In Mr. T. M.
Starke's shop-at-home cam. opportunity, but I'm last week. W. Finley|
about every Jacksonville O. Barry.
will tell their children s7la
J in school. There's nothing like ville after spending two monthsat daughter, Martha
will talk about the serious conversations they speaking of the man :.who has },fro and Mrs. Jim Hamilton of Everyone Is urged to atten'1 Sue, spent, ,
paign. They the call of the farm that Crosby Lake. They returned day afternoon In
homes and of how, even as youngsters, they something to say when the proper of Palmetto were visiting Mr. and the cemetery working at Dedan
a heard in their nake kids quit school and go to home because of the illness Itlng relatives
grasped an understanding of what it was all about saw as time comes. work. For the farm does promise Mr. Paulk. We will miss them Mrs. Z. W. Hamilton a few days Thursday, August 19. Black Creek.Thursday. and fey
I sort of admire
'r: IJ clearly as their elders that money their parents spent in That's one reason three good meals a day for work verymuch In our Sunday School last week. Mr. Truby Pinholater attendedthe '
J. Slater Smith, State Sen of Tam visitors
Ronnie of Rev.. Walter Parker in
about in their own town, so that doesn't much think- services Little funeral
.11' i S other towns stopped traveling require and Church vllle :were Elmar
i ator nominee for the Clay-Baker Mrs. Eva Har Church For ,
was visiting at Antioch Baptist
'lt be of value there. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor and pa and three Tr"
ceased to chlldien.
any District, which you know is our ing.Who rell last week. V.
: l '"I i We believe they will give credit to the general Intelligence next door neighbor. Although I ever heard of anyone who daughter, Charlene spent the!' Mr. Harlold Davis of Orlando Sunday. and wife, and Mrs B Cur.,
weekend here with Mrs. Taylor'lIparentll. .
liked school ? ham
t It of Starke people for the success' of the drive they must admit I don't know Hon. actually anyway returned home Wednesrday aftera son Edison.
H. M. Me-
Mr and Mrs.
( : saw followed by an increasing prosperity In which they Smith I did read of an addresshe It seems a shame that some Rae. While here they visited Mr. short visit with Mr. and Mrs Mr. Hugh Lucas return.,. ,
l amongst us might miss out on a Lake GenevaBy
made to the Rotary Club in Saturday after
.j i .;tf7(. had a part. free education merely because and Mrs. T. N. Norman of Hell-! O. W. Davis. with a vacation
Green Cove Springs where he relatives
I G They will say, we think, that impressions they got bronchpj a few Interesting ques they have not the clothes to wear bronn Springs and were dinnerguests ''I Mr. and Mrs R. R. Carlton O. W Blanche Cunningham Pennsylvania. and trtm
E minds and greatly helped in keeping Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. and family Mr. and Mrs.
t fresh in their It might be nice to send 'em
: tions. And although It made a I Mr. and
Davis and family, and Lamar and e Mrs. V
and the danger, of giving financial to but also have B. M. McRae and family. A, Ca
: them alert to the stupidity, nice news story in the Clay Coun Europe we a weekend and Billy
r the
spent Rodkey
Mr and Mrs. A. J. Fender i Agnes were Lakt
towns when from their home town they, problem here. open-
c support to other ty Crescent. I don't think It at Earlton Beach. RAY JENKINS DIES IN callers Sunday.
So If have old clothes eel their new grocery store and I
everything they prized. brought the world down aroundanyone's you any
'f. deriving
were station tha week.W. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Davis had TAMPA Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
(anything Is acceptable), either filling ]
; i Today's children are learning a great lesson. ears. adult or children's (Bradford B. Starling returned home supper with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Friends of Ray Jenkins will be and baby are now occupy> ,
The Senator-nominee expressed of Gainesville Saturday of his death Sun- former home of
County kids come big), call the Tuesday after upending two weeks Phillips grieved to learn Mr. i
'+ .1' WE HAD A CHANCE WilY NOT GIVE OUR CIIIL- the oplnoln that the Legislature Red Cross office at 74W. Or If I with his r-In.law and sister, night. day In Tampa, :where he suffered Ray Nuttles who have 1

'.\\1. ; DREN ONE? By Lytel Hull fence may In one sweep adopt a stock you havn't a phone, carry 'em I Mr. and Mrs. Grady Nettles In Mr. and Mrs J. E. Hardy and a heart attack after a long ill Switzerland to make their
law, to assure against cat. Janet were business visitors to
i around to the office located Jacksonville.Mrs. ness. He and his wife were residents -
i, latter of World War II, and for a while tie on the highways In the next in Jacksonville Monday
i .1 During the part the: Health Clinic building. Dumpem J. E. Starling Jr., of of Lake Geneva for many

,. I 1 thereafter, we talked seriously of educating the German session. I In front of the door If neces Stsrkt. was the guest of Mrs B. Jackie Barry returned home years and were highly respectedby
'i' youth upon the principles of Democracy and weaning them Just like Representative nom M. McRae Monday. Saturday after a short week at all. qrqr G

: U' ''S from Naziism. We even discussed plans for using American, Robert inee of Bradford County J. P. sary.As a last ditch measure drop Mr. and Mrs. Owen McRae were Camp. O'Leno. Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins moved to

... r British and French instructors. We recognize the fact that he nominee Smith attended : hem: at the Telegraph office. I called to Lake Butler last Sat- H. B. Crosby Agnes Crosby Tampa two years ago, where Mrs. !&
held chi
,. ; i If.a. child who has been educated by teachers of one ideology Tampa last week caucus And Smith in I I'll carry them around. :urday because of the Illness of and Mary Crosby were In Starkeon Jenkins passed away In Februaryof
,. be successfully re-educated by teaching the text books r"- Mrs. McRae's mother Mm. N. business Monday. 1947.
can turned with the definite Impres- Brooker plaved Lake!' Butler In RELI
; Conner. We are glad to hear Mr. Jenkins was a native of
:, of other political persuafrion. Ion that the, Legislature will baseball last Sunday. Lake But.

;4 t These conclusions are so obvious that the apathy of *wepp the cows off the road In State' FarmBy that she Irene is Improving.Miss Striplin of Starkewat ler won the exlcltlngr game.

:x,13\\1\ I-I American parents over the education of their own children the next session. a dinner guest of Miss Shr- Mr. Allen Conerly and Mrs Phone

:: deems astounding. They talk sensibly enough about teachIng How does open range Brad- Mm. Bryan Whltflel,** Icy McRae Sunday. I... W. Barry were visiting Mr BABY OY DEF SE\\VICE 52Mrs.

/4i:,; ,:, '. Democracy, German youth while they sit supinelyibyand i ford ,County feel about and its representatives . . .,, 4 The Rising School ppeneti Mon. and Mrs. Hamp Oatlne of High W.OLeOW TM..70ae HartnHYUTE

/ : :. allow schools and colleges many of which. they support all this? BKADLKV-STAUFFKR day and the children! are all happy Springs Thursday.

:\ r' I' with hard earned taxes to teach their children those 'or Theoretically, the County is all to go back to school after a 'The Brooker baseball team
fencing the Congratulations extended
are to
cows since It w..ntall
i)':.. stupid and dismal fallacies which have through history .- out for Fuller Warren and Mr. and Mrs J. M. Bradley, Jr., i pleasant vacation. plaved Archer here Sunday.
We are glad to know that Eugene Miss Edith Flower spent las
about the downfall of those I -
\ and invariably brought peapies
il-'J we all know by this time that who were married In Folkston,
1 .. and nations which practiced them. one of the strongest of the 25 Georgia; Saturday. July 31. Before Alvarez Is much improvedafter week with. relatives In HighSprings
being in a motorcycle accident :
: and theories which planks In Warren's her marriage Mrs. : <
J-rJ If a child is being taught principles platform calld Bradley' was
: .n last week He Is at the homeof We are sorry to hear that' Mr*
,, for a cloned State Miss Delorea Stauffer, of Starke.
not compatible with our form of Government the parents range of I
are his parents Mr. and Mr. Brit- Hodge Is very 111. We!' wish hera
k' i know it. The whole community knows it! And yet in sot Florida. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Criner were I ton Alvarez. iineedy recovery. PORTLAND CEMENT PAINT

t many communities today these parents do little or nothing Actually that could be far from called to Tampa Tuesday on account I We are glad to report that Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Hnzen and

,J "". ,t'about it."What can my husband and I do about it?" says Mrs. the 145A truth.votes Easily enough the of the death of J. W. Dyke. 'James McRae la much improved) family spent a few days last 1gS

'''.:!, J 1 Smith. You and your husband can go to the Jones and the McCarty could well cast be for the stockmen Dan! I This Item brings regret to many after several days' illness He Is week at Cocoa Beach. FOR INTERIOR t1Tt

j i. Browns and the Greens and your other nelghtbors who have who so ardently desire an- friends who have known Mr. and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Miss Madge Bloss of TrentonIs AND EXTERIOR C

t, .' children in the offending classes, and raise such a hullabaloo Mrs. Dyke as frequent visitorsof McRae. spending a two weeks' vaca-

M, t' that the teacher will either be fired or the subversive teach open From range.what I can gather, thereare Mr and Mrs Grlner. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Conner of tion here with her parents Mr. Hyllte Cement Paint has a white SD

j ing stopped. It won't be easy. You will run up against tough plenty of arguments for both COCA-COLA PARTY Starke Were recent visitors of Mr. and Mr.Mrs.C. Wilson Russ Portland Cement base making It most

to rppositlon from left wing faculties and indolent school boards. Rides of the open-closed range arg- and Mrs. W. C. Conner. A. Crosby of Miami was practical for decorating and protect.. ALL
Mary Wells and Joan and Nan visiting here last week.
involved in local ument. H. H. Lewis spent Monday ing all cement and porous masonry
: You may find yourselves dirty politics
: cy Mynlhan of Jacksonville, who Cock Anderson of LaCross was
.If'f. rn night with his son-in-law and "K
1f with dirty subversives. On one side, we see the advan- are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bishop visiting here Monday.Mr. Being composed cement tit

: :: But your children's future depends upon what you do tages for the city folk the tourists J. C. Wallace were honored at an Thomas of Brooker.Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ware of penetrates the pores and becomesan

II'q1: ,;\1\\ti, about this all-important matter AND YOU OWE THEMA I and the rows themselves.And informal morning party given' by and Mrs. Jeff Dodd, Jr., St. Petersburg are upending their actual part of the wall. It Is water. A

i'.I A FUTURE 1 In fact our country's future which will there is the chance, In the Helen Whitfield at her home on of Starke were visiting Mr. and vacation In the home of Mrs. proof. Colors are llmeproof and will oW.r -

i soon be in the hands of these children may well depend long run, of bettering even the Tuesday. Games and vacation rem- Mrs. W. C. Conner Tuesday night. Cecil Moore.!' not fade. Be sure you ask for -
''J stockmen. The Idea of course is nlscencen. afforded entertainment.Refreshments Mr. and Mrs. Connie Tyler of HYLITE.
Warren!' and Bill
this ,
: .upon the action of the parents whose off-spring are, at Starling sons
moment being made the playthings of as unnatural, that It permits better care for the consisted of sand of J. E. Starling. Sr., and their Palatka are spending a few daysIn
"J very cattle breeding under controlled wiches and cookies with Coca- Brooker.
i.+ :i as evil and as cruel an element of rotters as ever cursed our (conditions use of available milk ,2olas< Those who, were Invited to cousin and Junior Mrs.. B.Starling J. Starling son aT-of9f .Mrs. L. U, Parker Is In the Sistrunk Feed & Seed StoreStarke

:M[ 11 beloved land those "Amwican" teachers and thl.11kit and leads to generally better cattle. share this courtesy were Maryj' lived home Sunday after Alachua County hospital with

;i'' ( the Lord they are a small minority at present who are It's been over a year ago that Elizabeth Prinjcle Irma Jean Ood- weeks at Ft. Jackson spendingtwo S.C. blood poison In her foot. I Fla.

'\i f trying to make traitors of the youth of this nation. I[ became Interested itt the con- win. Delores Ann Walnwrlght.I We are glad to have them backin A birthday party was held

A. troversy and talked It over with Jimmie Moncrlef Patsy Kucera, our Sunday School class again.

I' Bradford County agricultural a- Peggy Caldwell Wanda Lee Lln- V. L. Starling and several othersare

{1 : : STARKE BUILDERS SUPPLIES Rent T. K McClane. And I'm sure :r.y. Wynnette Goodman. Betty expected, to arrive home on
he won't mind If I he .. Caro- .r lSSSVIiSiAStrwrMR ,
A Complete Line of Builders Supplies say certainly William, JyceVilJlam. Tuesday ,,,...,. :","" ,
., saw both aides of the ques Ivn Bradley and Mrs. Jlmmle
''t Phone 43 Arroos From S.A.I Depot Ih>llvery Ser Ice tion. He pointed out that a closed Bradley. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Starling and
mother Mrs. Alma Starling.
, ,
range might be a good Idea In
Mrs. H.V.. Ross anti i her visiting relatives. in Jacksonville .., .. ,
\ t the long run, but that 14 was +1WMttw !1f2.rb.lwtl Mww+ Y + .4ir++vMeNe ..' r -w Mr,M'A
,. Sherwin-Williams Paints Falrbunka-Morwe. III of Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. I .RwR1MY't"
, .: bound to put some small farmersout grandson; Jimmie Cole t
,' )> Paint Your Iloune Home Water Systems -pesburg have been visiting Mr. R. L. Starling have moved to ) ,; :: 1, ,:d i1 iit:: .15n! ,...,' .nJ, ;. ,, : ; .. iSiii; hji ;:;i ,.>! zmh! mgMi..,, I
! 1 of business. He advocated the tda3ttT" ". .. ..... :
, j And Pay by The Month Terms If Desired continuing of the County local and Mrs. M. R Holmes for the this community from Sta ke. We I I' ;, : },,W, ." ':":xraiet:A,:,,,,,,,,.,i,i,,','';' ;'..,m..:."'.":':'';:':':.I".lt.::: :;:..:.'':..;"..<,;.".:'.:.:..::'.>..'>'"M" .''t'+''>,..',$...I'"'..<'':..;.,.;':",..:'...:,..':"aN'H'U...,.'"''"'W.U.;": ...! .:

elections sanctioned by the Leg. past ten days. welcome them. y 1 :: : j jt' ; :: !!. ; ;if i li ::); : # :'':;. I
slature, to determine if a County Mr! and Mrs. R. A. Wells andi I Mr. 'and Mrs. E. R. Batten of ( ; ; .; {jJ! 1 juI! r! i f fl itji1 j !: I

'i : Thick-Butt METAL A1 halt Shlnglo& COMPOSITION I *, (6 efn it Blue ROOFING) llulMlnic Hardware desired open or cloned range. Mrs Isabel Edwards -of. Jackson. dinner Starke guests were of Saturday his brother-in-evening ii' :;:!t;:: ]1.: ; : > '11 !;:: :':: ; : : : :: : :!! fl :Iri "
" of Mr. :1.W"h.H"iH
. 7. :i' Hardware Cloth Common and Finish Nails Anbrnto His point was that cloned range vllle were Sunday guests law and aister, Mr. and Mrs A .........A' c' .mJ B':1f"E tR 1E .B' ......:l ..j,
1i, 'I' Siding Cement Mortar Mix I" to be statewide at one timeor and Mrs J. C. Wallace. Mary J. Fender.Mr. I ..:i"'::": ',...,;..:; :.. ;: ,J.:; .i.;.!..i'. "'.:.'

;) J another but it should come In Wells and Joan and Nancy My. and Mrs Grady Nettle ., '...m:1.W".....,.: '.'....'."",.."A", ..,';;".,",1.' '..'.:.,...,: ......'"'.''1':, .;.: '" .'m.'.'.''.'....;.,IJ.1.::!''',.:..I';:.: "'''. .
.4: : .I r 11, easy stages and it won't hurt nlhan. who will be with Mr. and I are I. ,, ::: ... .iii"::'? : <.:j1Hlj:! ;; ::; }!;tit2lt..:;tm1; "S"5:1": '.1 f niuti; :!>P:1 4ii3!4f 4- :"i '

" LUMBER All Grades I MOLDING All Kinds half as bnd. Mrs. Wallace for some time, camel James the proud Leon.parents of a baby hay f :..:,...,;.;. '.'i !'i'h''.:.;,.:;', .''"; L' : ; ';!h; ; ::';;; ::::W ;':;:;' ) .gi"-;.}..'!".tlil.!, ;;. ,..;,:.:.E
W I doubt If of this column'sreaders at that time with Mr. and Mrs. .0"'A' J
4. have ever attended a session Wells. Mrs.!!! Susie Myrick of Lake Geneva [ ; ., .:; ::::i'jHAC :; ; !Iffi! fWh : 'J
i spent the weekend here and, t. : .. : : : 1
,, t of the Florida Legislature, Joan Carpenter of Starke and was a dinner guest of Mrs. Jack '. .. .. "'3''"'' '_A.... ..... .,......." ,...,'.',... .
I I'4: \ BRONZE SCREEN WINDOWS & DOORS "o I's like to point out that legislating June Caldwell spent the greater Goodge on Saturday. I I ':... ""...,..... ..".; .,.HI... .'.,. '' .,.'". ','\\I;'':.'..3.,:'u':.':''!::'.!:.""",;1:;':,!:;,:..,:.,.iHH1JHIJ..," :; '!'.'. .'<;<1.>i ..',!G'.

I'm l Isn't always the "sweet andicney" part of last week together, first MISH Frances of Jacksonville : ...' : ;:, ':"H":!:! 1mJm:3; : :!: :<_: ':" : : tlmHm-"m! ; :.,..,','m.iS:. .i.
Taylor I : .. .
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i.,+, : 'I' '''' ,- -,--- ------ ,- the movies.proposition Admittedly we often, there seen here Lake home and later of Mr.at and the Mra.Klng!!! Jun-ley' Mrs. Cauley spent Nipper.the weekend with ,: .. :':.H' ER'ESWL": :: !;HO.S'J "tiT1Aje: !3 1' ;I\'m'8. :: jY'" >.: !

III plenty of vote trading and Just lUll M. Smith. : :
| ;
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Conner and .. ;
I Come In And See Our Line of New plain politics. the I Mr. and !Mrs. M. F. Coker. Jr.. daughter, Evon. were visiting Mr. :'''......: .".. I.i.." y'?.;. ,... ,. B....:"": :", .o, ,. ".,..,.".""<","w.,..",,.,.,.,,,,.>,......,,,,..,,;:feti I ;!.;. J,
! In fact. I once saw yote and their five children of Jack- .133
i'' and Mra. Cecil Dougla of Starke T; ;' -
r J J' BICYCLESNow taken on an open-cloned range sonville were Sunday supper Sunday afternoon. : ; :: ; zi sus : t.ttxrtattw
: -", .- bill In the House of Reprenentfttlve guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. We are glad our editor, Gene L. : ;;; : f j

!' In Tallahassee: On each aide Bradley. : Matthews In enjoying his vacation. ,..

on display at our store of Speaker of the House is a A. A Jordan Bernard and J. We enjoy reading his let. "___,_".- ,., sa+w t.., ._a ,
'J e T "' TERMS TO SUIT huge board and when the Representatives Frank Jordan of Headland. Ala., tern to the Telegraph.

vote (supposedly all at who formerly lived here made Welcome visitors at Church last

' : ALSO USED BICYCLES AND the same time by pressing buttonson brief visits. to Farm friends during Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Hazen
their desk)I. a red light by the past week Bryan Whit-
and and Mrs.
__ S3% son Taylor alt of
their names flashes for a "nay" field accompanied them home and Lakeland.

:/i and a green one for "yea". was their guest for several days.

.; .am6-e ucr I saw one representative who MUse. Mary Elizabeth Pringle continued their trip to points Inl i
, .Abu =oL had not listened to the debate and Sarah Rivers of Auburndal the southern part or Florida.

: i OUTSOAMO MOTORS on this vital open-cloned range came Wednesday of last week to With her visitors :Mrs. Markham
.... .
: Iff w4p .. ...1t:!' !Issue, merely .wait until the Repre- visit Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sellers pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 41x4 for ii tither way ,E
sentative from the adjoining County and Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Crews J. D. Scott in Gainesville troJe-morkt mean rte rums '"

f" BIGGS & BAKER had voted and then cast his During the past week DeloresjAnn I Mrs. Maggie Forsyth of Jacksonville .

vote In exactly the same manner.It Wainwright wan the guestof was the guest of her
1. 105 W. Call t. Starke, Fla. seems to me that Bradford relatives In Jacksonville anti brother and 8tllter-ln.law. Mr. and

: ... ._ __ ._ __ County should not leave such an In Tampa.Dr. Mrs.\ R. S. Rosier last weekend.Mr % s'
P., 'mportant question of "open or and Mrs. H.' J. Kucera and) and Mrs. Al Rogers and :

BW+ r losed" to the laws of chance and their!' children Patsy and Brian their daughter, Lavonla of West s

.; 'he last minute decision of theglslature. returned Sunday from Laguna Palm Beach.former 'residents of I
tr We Wish To Announce
It seems to me that Beach near Panama City, where I the Farm were visitors of Mr. / #

Gr Bradford County should send re- they had spent a week's vaca and Mrs. C. J. Johns from Friday : .
ti.1t. ",( The Opening -iresentatlves to the State gov- tion.After I until Monday Additional Sunday :, '
\ rnment with a clear mandate an extended stay with guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johns

t oft "ne way or the other, to act on their parents Mr. and Mrs. R. were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thrift

e 'he open-closed range bill. S. Rosier occasioned by the polio I,, and sons of Moniac Ga., and Mr.

In fact, It may be a goo Idea situation in their state, Mrs. O. and Mrs. Clyde Johns of Sanderson. -
t COLONIALNOVA::: ) FLORIST) ''f the representatives of Bradford B. Thompson with her little I w wY

1 County, Senator Charlie Johns! and daughter Becky Sue, and Mrs.J. .
STREET, STAUKE. FLA. Representative-nominee J.P. Roberta R. Jones, with her daughters. -
would air their views Juanita Marion Church Plaintiff 2t;a w'rmwb
on Linda and Barbara returned to .
... Ktrharit B. Church. Dfndanl.
the subtoct. It certainly would their homes Raiford, N.C., Mon CM No. 1203.ORDER wa :
At An Early Date give the County an idea day. T-Sgt. J. R. Jones came or PUBLICATION
e .. to whether Bradford County down for Mrs. Jones and Mrs. I STATE or FLORIDA Co: Richard

'1 ; I" J &! ; was for or against the "Issue of Thompson and spent the weekend B. Church who* .*.' I known a In: S7S Kln. polnt Road.
the ranges with Mr. and Mrs. Rosier. Orat Neck, Long bland, New
t Or If the minds of our representatives Joyce Williams of Donaldson York.
: Watch For Our Ton are required to appear on
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have 'not yet crystal- vllle, Georgia came Saturday to [ Aua-uat Mcti. 5544. In the above
Ued on the Issue, visit Williams named Court and cauo whria ,
Opening Date perhaps they Betty for a week.
t:1tJ i M plaintiff ... *
could Bradford Brwioo d Coountcustody
arrange a County Betty Bradley of Stark. visited ,of child.
"Democratic Convention" (street her Janice crapn hall the Order lan
cousin Blume .
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i l1.3iT dancing and aU) and let the cltl- from Friday until Wednesday.Mr. Witness mjr hand and official

sees give their mandate; In person. and Mrs, S. S. Brown of seal at Stark. Florida. this Ilth

To Be UDdft' TIM Manage4neat of Anyway. I'm all of the opinion Savannah. Ca, came Saturday to dar(OFFICIAL..* .ruIJl'.SEAL U") A. J. Thomas, lorrUG U..DII AU'"OIITT O' TNI COCA.COLA COMPANY IT

that something should be done visit the former's uncle and aunt. A. Clerk of said Court STARKE
Hno barges) ackmttti Hams Crosby DC. COCA-COLA
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Markham John J. Hcndereoa, E...., St.! Aa.'..- COMPANYf
Mrs. Ruth S. Morse, the nice Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Brown tine. FLAttn. ,ne c-C'"
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"GREEN YOKELS" Your churches, your schools, all T ; t, hf ; If .I.t :

in your town cannot 4 :,J .1.I} &l''I
It i+n't pleasant to admit it, but ,i' I' t
many of us who live in towns no exist without income. Yet you 1.\D\ ;
larger than this behave like green I I
)yokeN: among the wonders of a spend money for his town's benefit! ?'' l11 + "I
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Dazzled and confused, we acquire .
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straightway are at the mercy of j I' ( ;w' i }i''
who sell .' ,'' b 1 tJR/C.I1
clever! sales-people us f It. I
goods: we could buy to ad\'antage.., J. I Iin
our hometown stores. ....d I I

people Pf'rhapsthat take their explains money why to make some STOP BEING A FOOL'I I t r I

the big cities bigger. ,!' :

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his message urging the people of this community to shop in local stores is sponsored by- :lr'I!j I, n

DENMARK Starke TAXI Service J. McGRIFF Harley F. StrongJEWELER 'l 1''r' .
Furniture Co. Phone 150, Day or Nite Electric Products t I" if'
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The MILKY WAY .' f I li i r
4 II. A. Manassa, Owner n : WESTERN AUTO x
FLORIDA BANK ; 'I" Associate Store I
At Starke A &PFood e''I J. F. Jaudon, Owner !L'' .Ii
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Member F. D. I.C. A: ,
(, ,"";.... K''' STARLING'SGrocery .",\ SUPPLY Jo "j
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'.1' Painting & Decorating F'. WINKLER ALAWSON'S
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INSURANCE : Simpson Jeweler ::1 i
MAGNOLIA FISH MARKET '' Clothing for Infants and Children Mrs. Mike Maruca HOLLYWOOD CAMERA & I '! I t
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S. R. JOHNS i J. P. ROBERTS MOTORS I; If'i ',()'
Dodge Plymouth > ; II
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kI.. j itual Frontiers," was conductedby (lof Thy riches." Recent
Business Circle Mrs. Hayes HostessTo Births
I.., />({-: (' WSCS Meetings I Mrs M. F. Hazen. (Psalm 104:24):
Convened MondayAt Meeting TuesdayThe Circle Two WMUAt The business session was presided And thus began the beautiful Recent births

;',;;. SOCIETY and CLUBS Members HomesCircle Lunch TuesdayThe over by Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, devotional led by Mrs. Thorn- Hospital are: at Sud
'Aj1: ,-: Business Woman's Circle of circle leader. The offering wuU.W. quest at the July meeting of the Mr. and Mrs

: Gladys 1\I00ty RNlck-nce ss Number One of the the First Baptist Church met summer home,of Mrs. E. $ : Supper for the Brother- Laura ScottW.C.T.U.. This meet- fls. St&rke, a Sidney w C
.' -r. Editor Phone Methodist Woman's Society of Tuesday evening in the Church. W. Hayes on Kingsley Lake was hood was'planned. The meetingwas ing was held with Mr. WilburA. Louise, born July daughter 27 i Kith'< '
1 annex with 23 members present.The with by Mrs. and
with cut closed prayer Scott Friday
II' Christian Service met at the summer beautifully Mr. and Mrs. Robe'rt
: :: i leader, Mrs. C. A. Knight T. E.. Harding. well attended despite the
home of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins flowers and potted plans, Tuesday was Jr.. Lawtey. a Con!:\ >
li Mrs. Mundy's House Guests Inspire on Kingsley Lake Monday after. gave the devotional taken from for an all day covered dish The hostess, assisted by her fact that It was a rainy afternoon. born July 30. son, Steve & .
{ Acts, fourth chapter, with the 2 W.M.U. served a delicious associatedwith
Week noon. Mrs. Herbert Hitch assistedas luncheon for Circle no. daughter, Sylvia This home so long Mr. and ,
'Many, Lovely Parties This cohostess. regular business for the monthly members.The salad course to the eleven meetings of this nature, was Jackson Mrs in "* **
of Mr. and Willie Alexander and Mrs. Vera Mrs. O. L. Haynes circle lea meeting following.The meeting was presided over members) and one visitor present. most attractive with artistic arrangements Wayne, born July a lIOn, JorMr. -
The house guests Grill on program Chairman forAugust W. L. Andrews will be held of a variety of cut 28
Mrs. Wll- Moore at the Roberta der', presided over the business by the leader. Mrs. The next meeting and
Mrs. W. B. Mundy. Jr.Mrs. Vera Monday.The meeting. Mm. Herbert Deal gavea Mrs. P. E. Canova, with and led by a devotion with Mrs. O. O. Webb, September flowers from the garden. R&lford, Mrs. Cliff Yal'b
''lie Alexander and Mrs. A. L. Crosby Jr., Mrs. T.K. which discussed to great T. and other business :was a Ion, Cliff FdwuLb
S. C., have luncheon table was over resume of the fourth chapterof :was Routine July 28.
Moore of Lauren for many laid with a lace cloth and centered "Great Prayers of ,the Bible". McClane Mrs. E. L. Biggs, Mrs. length, from Mrs. Alma Rough transacted nominating Com
',been the this inspiration week. with an arrangement of The Adkins' home was attractively A. H. Johns and Mra. L. D. Mrs' Hayes, secretary, read the WCTU Meeting Held mittee named In connection with Starkf'.and a Mrs, Nelson MOore
'to. I parties decorated with native Haloes gave a moat interestingprogram election of officers Jimmy
the contemplated NellOlI
pink a.tors.EICht minutes, followed by roll' call by
the 26.
Tuesday morning between in the form of a Journey, Fri. At Scott Home July
1" f the affair greenery for the occasion, treasurer, Mrs. A. Durden who next month, a committee
I' hours of 10:30 and 1130.: one guaM.gnjoyed entitled "One Saviour for Latin. .. ,, Mr. and Mrs. Elijah
j to i ate Lee
: hostess and honored Refreshment were "served by also, her report. Mrs. P. M. chosen r Q1Ittar poea WJjty T
the gave blood ,
IV'1* *4 v hundred and twenty-five guests :with America"Yloete.sea'for.' -Earth's. : crammedMvlth I.Ifavem Waldo :a IOn,
( the hostesses .to.the fourteen Barefoot..told of plans that' were of renting a down toW!) Headquarters ?
.-li 1 called at the home of Mrs. Ho- rue.b.'Mr. : and every common, bush afire, born July 23
1 the evening''were and Tract room for the
streeti'i members present after which a outlined for the .July Brother '
{.; i :I(can Smith on Alexander N. Walnut and Mn.IMoore. and Mrs.: ,C. Howell Nas- delightful social hour was held. Mrst'! A. H. Johns and Mrs. W.B. hood supper. Mrs. A. J. Thomas i with God. local Union. Knowles.Mr. and Green Mrs. Vernon BQi
J!to meet Mrs. "But only he who sees takes off c
; worthy entertained at a dinner Mundy. a report of the visit to the I The Mottoe of the Laura Scott ?*
beau- rave
The Smith home was ," I blackberries : daughter, Veronica tug
\ at their Number .his shoes..the rest pick
; with arrange- party Wednesday evening Circle -Two 'of the State Prison by the members.Four Union is Zechariah 4:6B. July 24. feALVAREZ'STORE
jtlfully decorated I
4 i, summer home on Klngsley LakeIn from the bushes.
i Methodist Woman' ol Party members
In Society Birthday :were reported
i i'1 i1!menu of summer flowers pastel honor of Mrs. Alexander and Barrett Browning). ,
Elizabeth '
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for the : With 40 Guests
eL I I refreshment tones table In. the dlnlnr'Ji Mrs. Moore. Monday afternoon at the homeof ; Mrs. C. Register and Mrs.L "O Lord, how manifold are 1-

i ;+' I. :room was attractively overlaid Thursday evening, Mr. and Mr. I Mrs. J. M. Hembree on North Honors Kay Hart : A. Renolda. Thy Horks( In wisdom hast Thou JKSfS

,' with an Imported lace cloth and W. B. Mundy Jr., entertainedat Walnut Street. Mrs. Morgan Rich I A bag filled with clothes, was made them all: the earth Is full __ ,
lovely arde assisted Mrs. Hembree as co-.1 Mr, W. H. Hart entertainedat packed for New Orleans and Mrs. -
l At; Iliad M IU centerpiece a .a small dinner party for their
'arrangement of yellow roses In house guests at the Mundy summer hostess a delightful party Saturday Parmer Williams took charge of
f.o .tt The Hembree home was beautifully ., afternoon, honoring her daughter, milling it. A collection
'a silver bowl. The buffet :was cen. home at Klngsley Lake. of 112.29:
t decorated with Kay who celebrated her fifth :; 5Va.rnef
'tered with yellow aston and pink arrangementsof was taken from the twelve members
i m' f gladioli and flanked with taU'I' Starke Grove ; zinnias marigolds and other birthday anniversary. The Service and two guests present.
In silver summer flowers. Center! the setting for the occasion
burning yellow tapers After the closing prayer by _
!f' t vcandlebras. To Be HostessOf After a short business meeting was decorated with bowls Mrs. Marrion Reddish Mrs. Hayes
I I' : 1 Receiving the guests at the ConventionThe presided over by Mrs L. W, Koch, of gladioli, marigolds and other Invited her guests Into the dining
{door were Mrs. Smith Mrs. Mun"dy. assistant chairman. Miss Olive summer flower. room for a delicious luncheon. t
"(; Mrs. Alexander Mrs. Moore members of Starke Grove Ray presented! a resume of the The two-tier white birthdaycake Asocial- hour In the afternoon

!' 'land Mrs. Charley Johns No. 278 of the Woodman Circle fourth chapter of "Great Prayer. centering the refreshmenttable climaxed an enjoyable day.
Mrs. Smith In caring of the Bible". was beautifully embossed
".Aselating. ,: j will be hostesses to the District
'; "' were Mrs. A. W. Delicious refreshments were with little pink rose buds around
,1"1: : 'i'lfor. her guests Convention of the Woodman dries Baptist WMS
if;,:iAnderaon. Mrs. Paul Canova Mrs. on Thursday August 12, at served by the hostesses._ d a five small pink candles.
"l \I."iJ. R. Wainwright Mrs J. P. the Woman's Club building in social hour( followed. During the afternoon many interesting Meets TuesdayCircle

'\!$;''Roberts Mrs. F. Fred Stump Starke. games were played by ,Mt CMAI AHANtIC I MCUIC, ..
t.4' Sauls. Mrs. J. R. Kite Neil Feted the Number Three, Woman's A C4
''i1! {Mrs. A. F. The member. met Tuesday eve. Phillips forty little guests, who were
rVJMrs.. T. K. McClan. Mrs.. T.'t each given red balloon favors Missionary Society of the First
Ing to make plans for the con- Colorful With colorful
'!. '!Frank LadrumadMr. S. R. Party Mrs. Baptist Church, met with Mrs wearables and
vention with the president, Mrs. Assisting Hart in caring
f.f.if$ "V 1'' 'Johns, Jr. W. L. Andrews, appointing the On Fifth BirthdayThe for her guests were Mrs. Jake R; B. Alvarez Tuesday afternoon. plenty of iced A&P Coffee, handyyou're

I prevented 1 different committees for the con- Roberta, Mrs John Chrlstenson, The meeting was opened with set for a comfortable ]
Service Center on Church 12 A POUND' summer!
Mrs Curtis Malone Mrs. W. N. led ro <
venton. prayer by Mrs J. M. Brown- SAVE .up
:, ) remembrance from their hostess street was the setting of a delightful Many now Get bean-fresh A&P Coffee Hat
k '' The closed ritualistic work will North, and Mrs. Jack Parker, lee. A review on the book, "Splr- today
f it In honor of the occasion. birthday party Wednesdayafternoon
2 with the district. it Custom Ground just for
begin at p. m. (! when Mr. Ernest Phil right yocoll'eemaker
L'I, Mrs. Charley hostess officers presiding Mr. Ella Mae
lips entertained for her son, Nell. enjoy iced coffee
fv:{! Mat a delightful luncheon for Mra Hardee, district president, will,;I Summer flowers in pastel tone.
,. I reside, with the assistance<<: ,of the its refreshing best.
I were used In decorating the Center R. B.
y other district: officers,and also the, Alvarez & Son
.'i['Il'f5, ;- Jrlll Team from Jacksonville,Live: blossoms' and an formed arrangement the centerpiece'of these'' *Sell...are even greeter on 2.nJ34b.purdW

). i .. Oak, Gainesville, and Lake But- for the refreshment table. The
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,\ J! ." .K: er. three tier white birthday cake Transfer & 8 O'CLOCK RED, CIRCLE BOKAR

!'{ STARKE The banquet will be served at ,was beautifully embossed in green Storage Co. Mild and Mellow Rich and Full Bodied I Vigorous and Mlncy
J Ji' 6 In the J. P. Roberta Grill, and ,
p. m. pink topped with five pink
'or ": lilt 1 Sun., Mon.. AUK. 8, 0 with Mrs. Eunice Wilson an the candles. AGENT FOR DELCHER BROS. 2 1-lb. bags 80c I 2 1-lb. bags 85c 2 1-lb. bags 90cFLOUR

l toastmistress, In the absence of Games were enjoyed and prizes
q ; MIRACLE Mrs. W. L. Andrews, local presi awarded the winners after Moving and! Phone 9105
i OF THE:BELLS dent.A which refreshments were served 25 lb. bag 1.50

,!'i: Fred Mac furray, Valll special pageant will be opened by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. .. We Operate Local< and Long Dis
,.: "'. (Also "Tlil. In America", to the public beginning at 8 E. L. Phillips and Mrs. B. J. tance. Also Hauling In ION A )
1 with special acts from Jordon. t'i'WIHfAfim"
";r'4 E "D4>rnocr&<<'y Diary" & Nu The Starke City Limits FLOUR, 5 lb. bag 31c
fl' ", ., every Grove represented.Many guest of honor was the recipient
Tuesday, Aug. 10 ONLY National and State officers of many lovely gifts from SEE US FIRST IONA .. -
and distinguished guests are the sixty-five youngsters present I ,.--
ilh ,f Women In The Night expected to be present at this In honor of the occasion. FLOUR, 10 lb. bag 61c FIRM HEADS

; f \ Tala Blrt-ll, Wm. Henry' Important meeting.The .

:F 1. I AIM "Blond Away". committees appointed to \. OZ. CANS LETTUCE 2 for 21c
'; Flicker Flashbacks A News serve at the convention are Decorating Old South ORANGEJUICE
f sstrrs committee: Mrs. W. L.

t Wed., ThU-:sssr--srsr Aug. 1113 Andrews, Mrs. Eunice Wilson Case of 48 1.80
CORN for 2 29c 9
FINALSALE cans -- (Ige..6)
4 J; DOUBLE: FEATURELITTLE Mr. E.'J. Dowllng, Jr., Mrs. A. e
L. Crosby, Jr.,.Mrs. Farts Con-
'. 1 f Kay Francis. Jack Oakle Serving at the punch bowl: Mrs TEA (half pound) 49cLARGK
,* Ii .+:' ANDDISCOVERY Maude Lappe, Mrs. P. S. Denmark 2 for 21c
and Mrs.' Chambers. In -
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charge of banquet tickets: Mrs.Mae Dresses
\ t Tide SOAP POWDER 33c
With Admiral Richard Byrd Green Mrs. Eunice Wllnon ELBERTA

:i'I'-'i;: j Al o Latest. News and Mrs. Emma Jane Stephenson PEACHES 2 Ibs.s23c
\ ,, .. Placing tickets at banquet: Mrs. LARGE SIZE

wl#H 1.' c; Fri.. Sat., AII<<. 13. 14DOUBLK Mae Green and Mr. Virgle Barks- L FAB SOAP POWDER 33c LARGE SIZECARROTS

: ""t: FEATURE dale. } GROUP I 2 bunches 17c

} JIGGS & MAGGIE Miss Betty -Jean Cellon of 't rfeValues to 5.95 & 6.95 3.95 NO. 2 CAN IONATOMATOES ,

IN SOCIETYAND Gainesville is spending several 2 for W

: \ weeks with her uncle and aunt. GROUP II 25eONIONS, 3 Ibs. 17c

, : :m:,:. Unexpected Guest Mr.and and also Mrs.assisting F. C. Mr.Holllngsworlh\ Holllngs- Values to 6.95 & 7.95 4.95gJ I LARGE
\i the E. A.
worth as secretary
S -if l; ixAIso With WlUUm"BaiKlnuMtrr"Boyd Strout Agency In the absence of I GROUP HI, C0 ale AVACADO Pears, 3 for 25c

Jill.Chap, 8 "IMck Tracy Return ,I I Mrs. A. D. Crosby, who Is on l v, ; \ Values to 7.95, 8.95, 10.95 5.95 I 4 y

vacation. I II / IN OUR MARKET
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NOW SHOWING' : One Group of Dresses i ij -' PORK LIVER, lb. - 43c

R PORK CHOPS, lb. 59c

1.tltielpw SPARE RIBS, lb. 49c

v- I r School SuppliesPENCII.S 2.98 / SCRATCH Breakfast Link SAUSAGE, lb. 57c

,i, 25 Ibs. 1.33 Fresh Ground HAMBURGER lb. 49c
100 Ibs. 5.25 ,
All Ladies Summer Shoes ''I ,
G It r Super Right LEG of LAMB lb. 83c
' TABLETS 25 Ibs. 1.30
I PRICE Fresh MULLET: lb. _ I .25c

Construction Paper LAYING MASH

25 Ibs. 1.37 Headless WHITING Ib'_ 17c
,;i11, / i CRAYONS ,. 100 IDS. --- ,5.35

h I RULERS GROWING MASH Pillsbury FLOUR, 5 lb. bag 48c

a Gummed Reinforcements( 25 Ibs. 1.37 Pillsbury FLOUR, 25 lb. bag 2.15Armour's
100 Ib. 5.35
;;;? TRIPE 1 1-2 lb. 45c
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BEEF 12 21c
0 Fountain Pens I oz. can 45cWilson's lib. -

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No Refunds j MOR PORK 12
I II oz. can 45c
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tl'Gl'ST Mrs. Iva Jones of Augusta, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. B B. Crenshaw, Jimmy Green accompanied Edwin Dr.. and Mrs. W. E. Murphre\. Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Mr. and Mra. Bill Powell week will ''r-hSETZER'S "I' /'t '
and next
Is the guest of Mrs. J. C. Hoover daughter, Betty Jo, and son Per- and Inman Green to Wilmington of Gainesville, are occupying the I left Wednesday for Wayneavllle spend the weekend ,: f I'. .J
at Kingsley
LOCAL NEWS] Mra. Maggie Jones and Mra. Mary ry, of Apalachicola spent Thursday DeL, on their transport; trip Tillman cottage at Klngoley Lake N. C.. for an extended vacation. with the Guy Sales t t :', !

Ferry the latter part of this week and Friday of last week with this week. for the month of Augurt.Mr Mrs. Elam Lewis has returned Lake. t\ ," e I

- Mrs. R. F. Prather and daughter Mr. and Mrs W.M. Wlm rly. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kinard of *. W. H. Hart and daughter, home after a visit with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Foster Shl and Smithand Jimmy 1 & I II

and mnyn. Mrs. J. H. Fields left Tuesday Sandra, have returned to their Mr. and Mra. Hans Walker and Gainesville spent Sunday with Mr. Kay left Monday 'for Surrmcy, Mr*. Bill McGuIre of Palm Her- children Shl Anne to return from It ,I
Cll'' pie and Mrs. James Deaver. Ga., to visit Mrs. M. A. Hart for bor and with her son-in-law and are expected y \
n Sommers afternoon for Hampton Va., to home in Jennings!!!, La., after children Leland ana Jane were I month1 trip to Stratford rOkle.
Frank visit her and month with and Mrs. L. A. Davis left thla week. daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lar- their
Metter. son daughterinlaw spending a Mrs. Pra- weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. (( i')" :
of of the middle of August. I
ter' Gaioof .. EarlNeil Mr.. and Mrs. Charles H. ttler's mother, Mrs. Fay GUI. Mr. R. A. Weeks at Bedford Lake. The Thursday of last week for a Miss Lucille Alvarez who Is ramore Fort Mead .

cks' cottage Fields. for several weeks. and Mrs. Prescott Gill and eons, Walkers spent Monday at Or- month's vacation at Wayneavtlle. attending; a beautician's school I I ""t ,

1i, for the past Star Brand dress and work Buck and Tommy Jr., accom- mond Beach with Mr. and- Mrs. N. C. In Jacksonville, spent the week I r

y ue shoes for men STUMP'S.. panied Mrs. Prather home. Ralph Calkins. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Page of end with her parents Mr. and ttHOJVARD.S
Mr. and Mrs. Robb and Jacksonville were the weekend .
daughter Peggy Ann Wiggins visiting
of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin were Mrs. A. L. Alvares. SAYS l : I IJ'
jr Carpenter a Jacksonville Linda and son Johnny of her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. guests) of. Mr. and Mrs Don Page.I' ; r't
lei Tuesday visiting
; with I
their son-in-law and Hastings, Fla., visited Mrs. Fay John Moyer in Jacksonville this Darrell Edwards returned Sat- ., I I J' .
daughter The Foundation of a Strong: to i j
Gill r
on Sunday. week. weeks' visit
urday from a two
Sarah Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Mendoza.
Mrs. .
-,. ton of In Mrs. Charles Lawson, who spent Among those attending the funeral with his uncle and aunt Mr. and C Business Must Be ,'" "
enlisted Lamar Sbaw, son of Mr. and "
cently the past two weeks as the guest of ex-Governor Fred P. ConeIn Mrs. W. H. Andrews, in Jackson- ,a j :
training Shaw :
boot Mrs. Frazier Is a patient '
d I' in Billy i Is ** at Glendale Hospital. Polatka I of her brother-in-law and sister, Lake City last Friday were ville. Darrell Is the son of Mr. C SAFETY a HONESTY DEPENDABILITY :, I

10.; Callt. late Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Knight, returned a. A. Green, A. Z. Adklna, T. and Mrs Guy Edwards. .
hili underwent
ot where he an appendec-
e foollteps'In maklnC"" -liter'f tomy Sunday. to her home in Lakeland :' Frank Landrum, and N. D. Wainwright One rack<,ladles''13.9Wires- dive Your Prescription A' ': j jI
T *
e. eaday. Jr.
bls career. 'Mr*. A/R. Rowland and son seal now $3.95 at Stump**. Compounded A& :
I Sen. and Mrs. Charlie Johns Mr. and Mrs Charles Decker ; I II
sizes have returned from a week's visit The Rev. '3.-B. duPreof Vve BRING OUT .
Lw$ dips Stamp* with relatives In Baldwin. were dinner guests of Mr. and returned Saturday after a four Oak was visiting his son and family ; HOW RD'S '''DRUG t : \
$2.98. Mra. T. E. Duncan in ..Gainesville .- weeks' visit with relatives. In Albion Mr. and Mrs. J. H. duPre : .
and Mrs! Tillman F.
Mr. Hut- ;
Law- I I ,
lmy and Anthony Tuesday evening. N. Y. last week. old !
P"y. to and children of Jacksonville Thursday and Friday of your camera I ANDPrescription 1'1'' I II
their grandmother Mrs. W.. B. Jr., and James E. (Jimmy) McRae will and
tiff whiler pent Sunday here with Mr. Hutto's Mundy Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mundy .
)foultrle.Savannah.Ga., family, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. her house guests, Mrs. Willie Al- return today' to his station in their house guests, Mrs Willie Hew I.ng l since yaw .a W I Shop J f l .

u in daughtLt Hutto. '. exander and Mrs. Vera Moore of I San Diego Calif. after spendinga Alexander and Mra.\. Vera Mooreof toyed( vting your Com.ra" ;
fciToomey returned from aevl Mr.. and Mrs. Joseph P Tomlln- Laurens, B. C., and Mrs. Charley I: Mr.week's and Mra.leave Russell with his McRae.parents He Laurens, S. C., were In Gainesville Yew may b. misstep (lot 1. The Wielder Electric Service BUWlag i 1,1,,hT1:,
Johns Mrs. W. H. Smith and Mrs. afternoon. .
Monday of fun. Plctvret .
l vWft In Chicago Ill. son and son, J. E., have returned Howell attended the las Just completed his boot trainIng today'sfun ::118 NORTH TEMPLE VENVE !
has moved to from a two weeks' vacation spent in the Navy. Mrs. J. M. Darby and Mrs. Ruby or* your faiuranc I, : I I
Kerr fashion show at the George' Washington Johns visited Mr. and Mrs. R. of ....., The The Court Hosea I IPIIQNH"
[here be has taken a with relatives In Lakeland, Ga. Hotel in Jacksonville on Friends of Mrs. B. Jacobs will policy plcatur for Arousal Corner Of, f :
!tI1, the Chicago .Ele- Mr. Tomllnaon la empoyed with Thursday.M. be Interested to know that she M. Griffin in Tampa for a few years to com. Bring to 8TARIU'. FLA. d t 4' 1 U

't Car Coward the survey department of the I Is recuperating after undergoinga days last week. your old Comoro to vs. ;
( Hercules Powder Co. Pattersall of Jacksonville Rivera Stubbing returned' We'll II In f .'
Lawson has enbplUl I serious operation In St. VIn- Mary put Up.top t ;
) In Savannah Ga. Mra. L. S. Hutto and Miss Gar- spent the first of the week with cent's Hospital. After leaving the to; her home on North Walnut shops I We Are Ai Your Service Day Or Night :. '' '
Mr. and Mr!!. M. C. Wells.
|II to undergo an oper- nit a Hutto left Wednesday for a hospital, she will remain In Jacksonville Street Monday otter spending the "

two week vacation trip. They planto Patsy and Linda Green of Lake for several weeks at the past week out at Kingsley Lake d ffreryfsbfHOLLYWOOD"'e"H'Ic- Rrr'f'1IIa yourself. with d..UdOUJfl. 'f 't\ t
Form Brassieres at attend the, wedding of Miss Butler, are spending several days home of her daughter Mrs. Clarence as the guest of Sandra Johns. I i.

Joan Louise Derzee and Roger F. here with their grandparents Mr. Nussbaum 3671 Oak Street. Mr. and Mrs. Pitt Newsome BORDE'N'S ICE CREAM! .t'i 't. i

of New Smyr- Sykea In Farmlngdale, N. Y., and Mrs. Lorenzo D. Green. Miss Lois Mayes of Titusville have accepted employment with 'r a'' !I ,

Miner her mother, Mrs. which will be an event of Satur- Boys' and girls' school was a visitor here this week.J. I the; Florida Forest Service, and Camera & Gift Shop All size packages from bo up.. i J.tt J.- '

unK for several weeks. day, August 7. En route home clothes and Star Brand shoesat H. duPre attended a man starting this week will be work. :

Lite rJtn Powell Mrs. EL. they will visit relatives in Ham. STUMP'S. agers' meeting for the Florida ling In Duval and Nassau Coun- Starke, Fla. t.

I Mrs J. H. Fields vls- let, N. C., and Columbia. S. C. Mr. and Mrs. Crosby Dawktni Power and Light Co. In Dayton tes.: Mr.\ Newsome graduated 1 Itr
from the Columbia Forestry I. l I, .
deter :Mrs T.G. Car- Miss Ona Demorest has returned of Gainesville and Mr. and Mrs. Beach on Tuesday. Mrs.!!! duPre last June. "ri' ,'t

Ividence on Sunday. from North Carolina where W. B. Boyd of St. Petersburgwill and daughter: Nancy, accompaniedMr. school Mr. at and Lake Mrs.City L. J. Kite anddaulI'ht..ra. .'!i'', aI ,

mmers Don Gillisple, she has been visiting friends and spend the weekend with their duPre. \ Leslie and Beth of 1 I\ I"" '
the week- relatives. Miss Ruth Edwards!!! returned ,It
aMlOn spent mother Mrs. W. H. Nollman. West Palm Beach will be week- r" "
n??.., Lake and were Miss Carolyn Keene spent the Mrs. J. B. Barrow of Boston Saturday from a two weeks vacation end guests of Mr. and Mrs. .I.Rob'rt I tr i C t tIll'
I home to Metter Ga., past weekend in Day ton a Beach Ga., Is spending ten days with In Fernandina with her Kite. t ; ,

rallies Monday morn- visiting friends Mra. L. A. Reynolds. uncle and. aunt Mr. and Mrs. Leo One rack of children's dresses { 1> f, If"If"I{
Mrs. S. W. Halsten returned J. H. Tatum of Deland and Mr. Edwards.Mr. NOW / :
..and Mrs. Robert Green and: were $3.95 to $4.95 /1.1' J
iron Hall IM employed Wednesday from a three weeks and Mrs Charles Tatum of Boy-

|re of Mr. M. C. Wells, visit with her daughter, Mrs. Ington Beach are the guests a daughters Gayle and Marlon $2.98, at STUMP'S.Minn I i '; 1I >, ".
Rose, with Hazel Phillips spent her 1\
dan, Pearl Miller. Few days this week of Mr. and spent weekend 1f \ ,
Mr. and Mrs!!! Al Manama In Fer vacation last week at Camp O'- I I It
-- Mrs Merrell Struth of Starke nandlna. Lena Fla. ,, t, I
and Mrs. Roberts of Law- I

g Branch ofINSURANCE tey.Mr. SUPER ;i '
W. H. Nollman Is very 'I

much Improved in health after !
his. serious illness and is recuperating
STARKE We Deliver g i' .j I F,
at his summer home in 113 E. Call St. ,i"i. t

Asheville N.C. Mrs.Nollman plansto -- I '

join Mr. Nollman in a few DON'T WAIT SPECIALS-AUGUST_ 6 & 7 Quantity Rights Reserved r'l: '' : ;
C. WALL, AGENCY weeks s r !. 'j,." .
Rodman Struth has returnedto I( II 'I" '

the home of his parents Mr. SAVE 1 % I NEW PACK, MAINE ONE-QUARTER CANS s '}
and Mrs. Merrill Struth. after ,0

spending two weeks with his!!! un :
Constant Service Over 50 YearsLASSIFIED-
cle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Charles ;\I'
Tatum in Boyington Beach. SARDINES

Mrs. E.I.. Hazen of Brooker lOciMOTHER'S
spent last week with her son and If you are planning to heat with GAS this

F.daughter-in-law Hazen. Mr. and Mrs. M. winter, get your order in NOW.{ Prices of il, .(. r.,

Mrs. I.. J. Johns and daughter heaters have advanced' percent. However, 5 IJI. PKG. MOTHER'S ,5 LB. PKG. } i

1., I record player' RENTS Entire- upper floor; r.,1\ Barbara; and 'son, Wayne, hale ## WILL CONTINUE TO SELL AT THE' '1'' M..' ,<'I'
1 complete! net apartments or an whole. Modern : = == = "t1'l "
returned to their home in Macon,
ale, very new. 1 conveniences, hot GRITS 41c I MEAL 41c
;;ji water ALSO I PLACED WITH - '" ,1-:
I.> excellent C-room parag-o apartment 202 Ga., after spending two weeks OLD PRICE ON ORDERS : ; ,
Home Study Course Cherry lit._ ,
2tp with their and aunt
Box 431-2, Stark: BALE Corona Sterling port. Mrs. W. S. Johns and Miss Dorothy ,

-- 2t dress able p.typewriter p. BOX 071 a. Stark beauty, Ad-It 1 Johns. VE THIS 10 PERCENT CRYSTAL 16 OZ. JAR TOMMY TUCKER NO. 2 1-2 CAN "t' i J1 I.: 'I

!fl A\TKr: >: I Mrs. W. H. Nollman was din
and technician. REST: '3.roo01 apartment all of Mr. and Mrs.\ Cros. JELLY 17c PEACHES !
ner guest
0. Box 5-"i, btarke.4t. rurnIHh..d. Private hath and "n- GRAPE - 21c ,
:I trance.glrle for Rent cheap. Couple or. by Dawkins In Gainesville Wed. We ALso Have On Hand A Good Supply Of :; .
company OZ l.af.v.elte
filt.lr.... Krrol AlvamB. Itp I nesday evening.
BUTTRESSES Beautiful line ladies' fall Ranges And Hot Water Heaters PRICED RIGHT id

IlSOrEDif 1600. 603 Lafayette 81, Errol Ernest Tanner returned '
Alvare Itp I recently from Memphis Tenn., ;

FlA I.Po OR TRADE: 30.foot In-. where he underwent facial plas- REMEMBER Ipl1

feen board at lAunch niandlng-for Courts 200. ('Rn Klnn be tic surgery and Is getting along FLOUR 1.59 1 i

leL.Lake. Ztp8 nicely. I :
PALE: Bahv'a crib bathlnet Mrs. T. F. Colson and little -1 ) ( I
bahy cart. 337 N. Church St.. son Lynn returned recently from ,
Starke phone 116-J 1t (RJ) '
FFRSITLREIPHOLSTERED Memphis. Tenn., where they were j I ,I' 'j

acne SALE rancen.AT BAROAIN-1 coal range.Hlade : kero-. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cooksey.Mr. DONALD DUCK 3 LBS.Long FACTORY PACK 5 LOS ''I
D REFINISHED nan Co two doors from and Mrs. T. E. Herndonof Slade Gas Co. : I y

"VGS''p l'MATTRESS 11.-\ Card CO. railroad KENT track Attractive? on Call St.modern-tf end Valdosta with Mrs.Ga.Hazel, spent Simmons.the week- ,INC. Grain RICE 59c: SUGAR 39c J:,' JI :'

Sr Palatka Fla. I, manes furnished also and unfurnished apart- Miss Elma Lee Hickey Is spendIng 213 E. Call St ,Starke Fla. Phone 121 I 1 I t
; separate 3.rol>m-and.
thla week visiting her family I: 'I
bath house
; yards close In "
Reasonable.. 201 W. Mad 1"1>". tf in Green Cove Springs. GOOD 5-STRING ALL FLAVORS QT.

'OR SALE SALEr Red Russ Irish PotatoNo. - -. - - - .
S and 4 toed. for fall planting; -- BROOMS 69c CANADA DRY lOc ,
BEDROOM $2 hiixhel .: - I : :
lu of Star<.. Ju.t .. ... per Brooker. Fla.FOB_' James. Thoma Itp .
finer Confer; oash. .8'Ji'BATIHM
to A HOME: In a hurry. ? Have i .
KStheifcgla In.. town.' ",, frame bonne. Mx20 2-roomn and t e CANE SEAT "
2 hath good pre.\var lumber metal ALL BRANDS 3 FOR t ,
II/I'/':. Cement Qlami. roof all plumbing fixtures (tub.) AND CANE BACK
d. Concrete water" pipe, wink electric wlrlnaKan ;
Pip* hot water heater :.burner! dtl I'nt' : ,
see '
dove. Mortar gas hot plate, Home furniture, I
e:lc and I Ire box (not electric). Will h
haullnl' Fin dirt sacrifice for quick each Yale You. > pI1en A SNUFF 2 5
loTS In city limit must move from present site (at ,; i :
Church and fth) filIN.) >fliirke. .) to I c
l":highD r Iround.mo 1200 your lot. Contact K. I. Matthew., ,
n' type of building Bradford Count Telegraph. telephone i .
20. Htarke tf I
.I INri( ,o.ftlv'nll. '* Ptp ,
AND:' WANTED-: nurceed ; I "
lad,' p" yard< Up"F N. $aa..r. flood openlnir. SHOP AT DENMARK'S/ AND SAVE I
r.e'bn1: FRUITS AND
111 4.Wh..1 th 10 ton winch. County 1.100 fa rn ill pII. Productssold ,,
10 iwGIEEAIYO 2$ year. Year around, Extra Heavy Construction 3-Piece VEGETABLES and SEA t
1:....... P..... steady work; large profit Nearby : "'-- FOODS ,
dealer fleece making Male ofover
o!. lelnh' Dept. FAH-JTO-lSTS.Mem-: CALIFORNIA & DRAWN LB.w, I

YOURTIMBER NOW phlM, Tenn. Sip 8-20 NOW ONLY 164.50 Rocking Chairs LETTUCE, lOc FRYERS---

t Cash Prices Paid house SALE In :Melrone Comfortable Health 7-room mime !f. : f

owner to ell for only It.. SO*.*..
I L Mao have sawmill, with houie; CAROLINA UJS. GRADE "A" 1 I .
Iff ll "t
v1 .10 LB ;
BULK and small grocery Contact Manner Look Them Over And Buy A FOR THE PORCH.
OR I Is UNIT with E. V. navie, Sr., Qalnevllle. *- ,
Phnne 1516. ZIP *-13 POTATOES 45c Sliced Bacon r
Walnut Finish - 6Sc
\B1N-W. PECK SALETwo: 8arre farm.. Beautiful Poster 14.50 .J 1: ,i!

P.O. Box 463 each with. for house ciinh.. and Edgar barn I'tJrrell.Stllrk. ReaHonabl -. BEDROOM SUIT 119.50Round CALIFORNIA DOZ. WESTERN END CUT LB. ',5; : : .
aines\'lIIe .. 41p -2T

helle! a-postcard, Fla. map, letter: Old, book and newspanera maitaiilne. Mirror and 4-Drar Vanity This la The Chair You've LEMONS - I7c PORK CHOPS 45c f ;,z
and of Drawers
pertaining I to early life nf Flor- Mce Chest Been Waiting For!
tome see you. Bradford ida. What County have. ynu Telegranh.? Bring _to YELLOW 4 1.88. LOIN on CLUB LQ : ,;j

> I write all Y'e' ONIONS 25c STEAK .
toeobllema I. 49c :
- J
liability, SALE: Furniture for 4-rn mhonite a : I
" D toe four : ... ,bedroom dlnlnr room Heavy Weight 2.50 1.1 I:' ,I,
I Weln..rllht, and k I"enulnment. -**' Coco Mats t
8t., Jr. and llvlna; room mill } -
Phon. 114. Almoet "...w.Vllt LINOLEUM CUOWDER 3 LOS. PICNIC T.B. Ht:
.. it ?
. ': + rlflee. A, J. Orlffl, n lford r
f.S7 ,1t41' '*. Fla. <.n
" : )' '. PEA 29c HAM
..'...Ut.t ? bndY.tUed Also. 1 year' ny.old""1(wt."NO..q U" I"boll..-\ sln.rr peels' Size 9 x12 USE OUR BUDGET PLAN! - - 49c ''f ,it l
I.'erh Ice -
C0. tMftt Reward. Not.Ify '
ttn. UT fiw 13.95
:$ W. R. fovlngton. LawUY. HP ONLY (:OLDEN RIPE. LH. !t J

!'Iw 4 It..a.and 1940 Iron athls,I1QOO Ut-nlt FOr rl.et.dlak< .a.mow-" "1v euranc.N WANTED Muit route have: In for car Bradford e.and t..bllen/ able Salary.('''ou"/In-tofurnlnh /j. 'r.1J We IZMI have and many color assorted Select: It Your While Furniture You Pay And! User BANANAS'---- SPARE RIBS 35 J' : iU i

... .h. 8. rood reference
Oil, t/8it
: nutald.ca
K. and C'omml..lnn. Apply Roomsv '_ I.-.n Rome 21. and R. Vidal R\fIC.. Oaln..vllle.
e.._. Fla.. or writ. Box 236 for ar>p AT ,1
.mellow\butt.h'.ded polntment.'I IT'S A FACT YOU CAN DO BETTER SETZEU'S s

:'Ill.,Stet.V R'.ard.-ih"'h fork bV uPper Lucian under mn<2tp 1 .. about rle*. dourhnut Ana-.FOR Court 11.OPENINfl St.All cookie:. Starke kind,of of.P cakefreph "Ann'sAakary. "*ltD-.?-,*t Denmark Furniture Co.PHONE BREAD: ,White or Whole 1 0 C'-; I +( \I' li:.k L.I.kf l lWheat

dallv. r
n0 ..
I ufurnished
1 "O'1' "I
t "1tor\ .. RENT lot 151
ry and < house with large :
|1O Al"o JII:
8.ruarent. Fr.
.. I I I ter 1 furnished St. for both.room.ADDIr 4U Cir; :

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I IT TOI IIT. HH 'IIFOI1I I I fendant. Cane No. 8T17. IV CIHCrlT rol-RT. BRADFORD (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thoma*,i neekn. divorce.' Bradford County I'ITAT'
When na.1 l I % I lilt", '. F1.0HIUU IM' tllA*. ORDER OF PITBLICATION' <'ot.v." FLOHIMAl. IV' CHAV-: Aa Clerk of said Court. Telegraph nholl publlnh: thla Order I P..e I. Who.OF FI.IUDA,
derful summer. <01' In next four weekly Innuen.Wltnenn "
V V *p v AND NOTICH TO APPMAR. fKHY.Donnle By Haven Croby, D. C. I. : 'V, k "
this the month of August will S.I'Lon.I "'IIY .. Raxley i-iainiui. viClifford ... STATF5 OF FLOH1I to: Paul Robertaon Bennett. Plain John J Henderaon, Kaq.:: St. Aua-u-I my rmnil and ofll..lolII..al ... .t 11 IItr..I n....
Hill arrived. / naxley, Hefendant, CBHv .. r>. WllllaniH. who.* realdenc* lant. tiff. v*. Ivy K. Bennett, tine Fla. 7-23 4t H13IV at Stark, Florida thla July I YOII i.O.orlll.
Clay have B724OHI known la Conway, South Carolina.. nIN. Det.ndllnt'l 10, 1948. ,AUBu.t *rwhr""'IlIlr.o J <
I On my birthday last Sunday 1 ER OP PUBLICATION. You are .required to appear. on Ca"80a>,ER OF punLI<' ; CIKCI-IT COI'HT. HRAHFORD. OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas.As n"mpd! ,?. ::9'1' J0 "
M hrFonca to Sunday School and taught ANT NOTICE TO APPEAR AiiKunt 23rd, 1948, In h""r" AND NOTICE TO p ('01 -4TV, FI.OHIDtl. IV CHANCKHY. Clerk of said Court plAintiff< Cour... .M r.te*
By Ltira BtirirrtM ;went STATB!; Oil". FLoniIJA: CllfforBaxley named Court and (' .. 1 STATU >F FIX>RIDA to: Ivy H Hy Haven Crosby. D. C. ('Clunly ( .k. dl ,u.
N br. my class I made a cake for myself when* realdenr* hint know plaintiff *..k. dlvor..... Bradford Bennett whone renldence la.t I, Mallett. Plaintiff vn. Snrah T. Frank Landrum, Starke, FI... Ordpr In T.I.wrR h 'hall I J
-.an angel food. We also had IN: Charlenton. South! Carolina. County Telegraph nhall publish thla known l I" Charlenton, South :Henry Mallet Defendant. Ca*.. No. 6694, Atty. for Pit. 7-l. 4t (-6iv \\'Itn..""next r"ur "" 'b
you art required to appear oAuaunt Order In weekly lanuca.Wltnex lina. ....1 In. hond .kl)
exr'o at
we .. ORDER OF ,.
pie. In the evening hand and officialBeat required to Slark. ,
fresh spple 30th, 1944, In tils abovnameil : You ore c.ro.I TO APPEAR JIltS.OFP'ICrAL. F'Urld.'
Wherein I eelebrartf another took a ride In the state park Court and raum>, wh..r..lnph.lnllff ) at Btarke. Florida,. .thla Slit Aua-uNt 23rd 1941 In the AND NOTICE OF FLORIDA to: Sarah riitrriT COURT. BRADFORD. ( I'U
and meditate how *\,lft1y I hour. nek* divorce anil I .ruwtod of July, 1948.OFFICIAL named Court and cauce, STATE ,," renldence and ad* COI NTY, FI.OMln"| I.V: (HA.V.:' BF-ALI
M.II.t'ho CI..rk
birthday an A.Ae .
near here. We were gone Kradford County TelearrapHhall ( SEAL) A. J. Thomaa, "eekn divorce. Bradford I CKRY.Onnle of .ald
I of child. Street,
the lovely aummer III pannlnif on I We took the dogs along. Yes. I puhllnh thl* Order In n..xt Aa Clerk of (aid Court. Plaintiff. Telegraph.. nhall publlnh drenn. I*: 230 Went N. Y. 8ith E. Peel. Plaintiff, v*. Martha H.v..n r .ty "OUI1.By I) .
time. four' weekly limue' *. Hy Haven Cronby p C Order In next .four weekly' ;fi thl"l i New York City onAugust Feel Defendant. Cane No. (703: Zal'l1 H. DOURI..
of another required to appear ,
the winy* have You j'
,said "do a"8 officIal .. hand and are Jack"onville \\'
Wltnen* my hand and John Henderaon Eii<|., St. Augustine. Wltnenn my In the above named ORDER OF PUBLICATION Fla .
an English Bull and he I.* Heal ..tClArk..., Florida thla 28lh Florida .eal at Ptarke Florida, thl. Slatof 18 UU. wherein plaintiff ''AND NOTICE! TO APPEAR Atly. for PII _
pup I Court cause
Zinnia you are a gay and cute of July, 1R4BOFFICIAL Atty for Plf. 7-23 4t 8-13 July, 148.
est of all the pert, I a darling. Not so fuzzy ( SEAL) A. J. Thomai ,
bandanna I as Digger but a bulldog with that Aa Clerk of *ald Court.Iiy .
Your head In a gold
Haven Croaby, I' C
." Flaunting a scarlet skirt. Impudent look. We call him"Jlggs" John .1. llenderHon 1\1.: St. Antrun.. NAT10NAL-FRAY-BENTOS-TARGET Brands

.Mv" ,7 .0-arripn._.__.. echnea____H_ VOUr- laulth.- I take them both walkIng tine,. for Fla.Atty. .Plf. 7-80 4t 8,20
\ ter now thru the park down to I _

, As you rise from your gypsy the store to visit Don. Jlggs: H. CIHCl'IT rnfRT. *BR MFORI Is *) Corned
\ really Don's dog. All his life he II" C IRCI'IT COl'RT. BHUPOHIrni
.' To dance a Romany Tango has wanted an English Bulldog. I CF.HYOenevlevo ,
I .''i.f I! and red. Now he has one and I will en toy (Crandall Plaintiffvi .
,,' In yellow orange HonaM. Crandall "Defendant. Can. Beef 12-oz Can 39
helping him raise It. I like dog Band No. 6722.Otr .
.,1' Ah but my roses were lovely, children flowers and so many >ER OF PUBLICATION:

; ",,,1,: Fragile pink and sweet things. I got over forty birthday STATE AND NOTICE OF FLOItmA TO APPEAK. to: KonalCrandal

,,1' ''I', And I sighed when the lilaci cards. One I esplclally appreciated ), wboMo recldenc I I.*: Un- EXTRA FANCY

', had fallen was from Mrs. J. W. White known.You art required to appear 01AuBiixt
; In purple dust at my teet.I and her sister Olive Rav. They 30, 1(48, In the above ,
\ ed Court and cauae, wherein
, ,, But a wanton dressed in scarlet, always read this column. Miss Ray tiff .....k. dlvore*. Bradford "J"ln-1: PatnaRice.
all char- Telea-raph Rhall publlnh thla
said they were BO happy
" ,. I Impudent bold and gay. In next four weekly lMuen.Wltnex .
Has filled heart with music ley Johns waa elected. She knows my hand and offlHal. ....al
,; him HO well because she taught at Stark, Florida thl'* July it,
t !.j: And stolen my grief away. 194*. 2-Lb 37
Lea Ann Abernathy him when he waa a youngster. (OFFICIAL SEAL) A. 3. ThomaiA Pkg
..>,l. Bless the teachers everywhere. Clerk of ald "Court.By .
Haven (CroMby U. c'.
j, I have a lovely bed of zinnias From Mrs. Cox In Miami I had a Zach If. nouslno', 83 W. A- hley' BtJn.rk ..

all along the three car garage box of limes from her trees. I ..onvtll. Fla. V AC-P AK
7-30 4t -2iCIRTI
;; I They are Just beginning to bloom enjoy limeade now every nlte before Atty. for *--

.' and look lovely. I have raised zinnias bedtime. Thanks to dear I" IT COt'RT. MHtDFORTC0 .

;. 1'1;, since a small girl whenever frienda.i. I had a pretty card 'and I ">TV, FLORUItl. IV: .'.H.VTFItV :' -. The blggeat summer food sale Del Monte

,j I had any plot of ground at all hanky from lovely Margarettp KIM M. P.I.r..n. Plaintiff vnl. ue've ever held and lady
. to plant them in. Just a look at Mosley! of Miami My son and ...wrenr. Pet..8n. Ilefvndant. CUM.. we've elaahed scored of prices twryJ*

these gypsy flowers will steal the wife sent me hone and gtmrhnm No. II72HOltPEH. OF PUBLICATION; In every department to bring Coffee LbBALLARD'S 45

; .j grief away. I can step from the for a dress and a lovely Mother ANH NOTIOR" : TO APPEAKHTATH thl* rule the sale that food offer*
Law greatest s vlnA -
OF FIXmiHA: you your
,# grief of the mortuary Into the card. Things like these always I r*.iH'*. I'*.t..r..n. whonn reMdenre I I..: to you. DON'T DARE
. ,' back yard to be refreshed by zinnias. bring grateful tears to my eyes. 191 Oelxton Avenue, Itrnnklvn, N. Y MISS IT!
You are required to npuenr. oAtiKuxt >
\ It Is cool and cloudy here I am so proud of my son and 30 1948, In the. ahoy- name)1
t'q! this morning. Yesterday was hot family. Real Americans with precious Court flnil ..au.... wherein plalntlfieek .

. ::: t the air. We have had such won- Pilgrim Inn. Bradford thl County Order Telegraph In next nhalpubllHh foui, Ask At Store For FOOD STORES

I so enjoyed oiii editor's columr weekly iHHUeN.WllnpHH .

where he Is on vacation. I am sc Bf Btarke, my, Florida hand and thin offlolaMeal July, 4-Pa0e Color Quantity Rights Reserved 5Lb. .45

I glad he has a good staff to leave 2T. 194H List Flour .
Prices Good Thru Saturday Aug.
the paper to while he takes a r-lerk of n..l rest and writes things. ,I Just' Haven Cronby, n. C.
Brown, Btarke, Fla.Atty. .
If. O.
ALL KINDS laughed and laughed about his for 1>lf. 7-30 41 8-2C I REGULAR CAKECamay
DAILY "cooler stew" and wished Iliad NIBLBT8
a taste and could see his Island. IV CIRCUIT COURT. RRlDFOHIlC'OVVTY.
: FLORIDA! IV:' CHAMCKHV. : Asparagus
SHRIMP & OYSTERS Clay Hill has been having hot PEACHESLarge
Annie Laura Carlo*, Plaintiff V"tlenrv .
IN SEASON days. All who have corn are pullIng : 1* CarloH. l>efendunt.Cane '
fodder. Mildred Scully sent No. 6870.OUDKH 35 Soap 9'
No 300
me a picture of Marian Wilker- OF PUBLICATION;
We guarantee all AND NOTICE) TO APPEAR
son and bride In their wedding HTATB OF FIWir to: Henry
We sell to be fresh whoie residence and ad.ilrex MEDIUM CAKE ,
I I'arluw, OLD GLORY .
clothes. She real silk dress -
wore a .* I I..* Oeneral Delivery, New OrleHtiN C
made of silk Marian brought from LnulMlana. Size Ivory
You are. r"'lulr.." to. appear. on Limas
Japan. The bride's name was Audrey Alii/runt/ 30, 1948, In the above named 8. C.Elberta. 3 Lbs 35
MAGNOLIAFISH Thomaa and she Is a school j Court ami cau e., wherein plaintiff l

MARKET teacher. Mildred has had a bad Teleirrapli Heck* divorce.Khali publlvh Bradford thla County Order No 300 10c Soap 10

cold. Her brother George is work- In next four weekly ImiueHrWllnen
hand and officialHeal
Under New Ownership Ing In Joe Lukas, sawmill. There at Htarke* my, Florida' thin July PETER PAN PEANUT KIRK'S HARDWATER
Is revival at Nolan 27, U4a.
a meeting
LACY SILCOXSERVICE Ridge Church. Lorene Padgett Aa(OFFICIAL Cleric. of SKAL nald. )Court.A. J. Thomas Butter Fresh Roasting CORN 5 Ears 29C Castile

sent me chewing gum. She Is Mv ll \ven Crowby, II. C.If .

anxious for school to'begin.' They Atty. O., for I-Irflwn.1'11. "Htarke, Fla.7-30 4t 820IV 12oz JarLUNCHEON 33C ...., ..... X
are all :well. Marvin Padgett hat Yellow Soap, Reg

EXPERT.dlo moved to a place near Middle- ('llIr..r ('0 II lI'r. nilADKOIIU

burg. Mrs. Fred Lang writes: thev
have such a good preacher at : CaReU Klrkwood. Plaintiff KP12oz Lbs
VM. Hobart K. Klrkwood l. Dafendant. -
Branch. Her three grand
Long: Ca. .*.. No. B728 "
children spent Sat. nlte and Sun ORDER OF PUBLICATION

day with her She took them up ANO NOTICB TO APPEAUBTATK HnbartR Can 49C 33
OF KU>ltlDA to: Flakes Lge
to the store at Clay Hill Sunday .* Klrkwood whone residence and)' Carrots 2Lettuce Bchs 17c ,
addreHH In: ITnknown.
which Is run by Elgin Lang" and You ar required to appear ''onAuvtiMt DIXIE DARLINQFAMILY

.. got them drinks and candy. She DO, 1948, In the above n'am" LOAFBread SMALL SIZE 13'.4c-IVORT!
ed Coitrt ami ratine, wherein plain*
had a nice letter from Pat Odom tiff "....k... dlvorre. and rentoratlonof Snow
of Jax thanking her for graduation maiden name.. Bradford County Calif.

present. Pat used to go: to'' Telegraph In next. four,Hhull weekly puhllxh iMHUeH.VltneHn thla. Order Iceberg Lb 15c 3

school to me at Clay Hill. She \ my hand. and official.. Lfle
25C OO
lived at Camp once and her Dad .ID..eal 1948.at "'Btarke Florida thin July Loaves

worked for Mr. Brlnaon. Elgin OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. ThemanAa

Chas. C. Lang U a very busy person. Her Clerk Haven of Cronby n.ld "Court.By P. C.. Llbby Corned Beef California Long Whit Cuban Staley CubeStarch

Dad has a good garden. She even T. Frank Ijindrum Htarke, Fla. '
ShepherdAt Atty. for flf. 7-30, 4t '-20 Hash NO 2 35c Potatoes4Lb25c 3 80118<
sells things out of It. She Is busy
.- .. Avocados 2
Gay'a Service Station In the store. She says the new '!IIOT''F.! Libby Deviled Red BUM for Jge E-Z LiquidStarch

road goes East of the school house Nolle I I" hereby given that the

and changes the looks of the under underlirne th. "l flctltlou IM enirased, nama In bualn of Qm** Ham J/4r. 17c Potatoes4Lb25c Quart 20<

.. whole country. She Is going to Jewelry. at the followlna' addre**: Libby Potted California Large California Canta- New White
bring her sewing machine to the 10B Ka t Call Street..taw\*. Fla, 2 -MuJe TeamBoraxo

CARPENTER'SPRESCRIPTION store and sew In between customers. nil Intend* name* to In the; office *of naldriitltluu the Mealtt'* 9c Plums Lb 25c Lopes Lb Hvfcc Potatoes10'b.49c' 8.0% 11
of BradFord
James Kllllngsworth drives I'lerk of the Circuit Court -

a truck for the Brlnson OH Co. K.I County SlmnMon, Fla.100 Rait Call Street Ubby VealLoaf Crlap New Green Juicy Pint 2Gult-

Grace Lang, Dora Johns GertieFalrcloth Rtarke Fla., vol owner Med 24c Celery 2 stks 23c Cabbage Lb 6c
and Luella Austin took 1.30 4t 8-20 Lemons 2 Lbs 33c Spray at 43

Sunday dinner with Ida Prencott. NOT.eN

Luella said they had a good dime Notl*. I..* hereby irlven that th.un.l.r..llI'n..d TROPICAL BRAND LAND
la .entraced In htiHlne** O'SUNSHINETOMATOES
and I know they did for Ida \im'd
under the flftltlouB name of HonnloIJonnle -
to cook In our cafeteria' and I Htore at th* following ad*
have eaten many meals she cook ..Ire.**: 128 Kat... Call Htreet Htarke, No 2 IOc FLOUR 25 la59
Florida, and Intend to rettliter the Lbs
ed. Gertie Falrcloth cooked the nald flctltloua nam In th. offlo.*
first collards I ever ate. Mr. and of the.. Clerk of the Circuit Court
nf Bradford County Fla.Mlrne .
Mrs Winton Parrlsh went to a ( Rlllot J.: Flvnn.. V..r..'le
show Sat nlte and took a nice Flynn, eor.* B. Flynn F. C. Flyun.7l .

drive Sun. while the children were .. 4t I.' ROYAL CROWN, PEPSI OR COCA- IT'S FABULOUS SUDSY I IFAB

visiting their grandmother. She MOTICH TO ...PFRH
has nice collards now In her gar TO: TRACY KUWAHl HAYK8. 8R., COLA 19c
Carton of 6 Plus osit
( Dep ]
den. Lula Mae Mosley U crochetng whone adilrena In. unknown. Large Box 29C
WHKKKA8! It appear In that certain
and has such lovelv pieces caune now pendlnir In the Clritilt -
PHARMACIST for' sale. Anyone Interested In dollies Court of the Wighth Judicial
C'lrrult of Florida. In and for BradFord -
for a table-a whole set.- County, In Chancery, whereinfiopiile

Phone 64 STARKE write to me. They are all well. Orlffla-pray and for the hi* wife adoption, OdateaLlrlffla of Ranger Joe Popped Sale of Choice BABY BEEF! Ballard'a Oven-Ready

On-the-Minit Sercict Harry Mosley and wife have anew rracy Edward Haye*. Jr., that the Wheat Pkg 13Vc
baby boy. born July 21. He Is aid minor Tracy child Rdward of the Haye aald*. Jr TracyRdward ', lathe Rib Biscuits 2 Pkfl 27Superbrand <

J _..- the son of Harrison Mosley and Hay*, 8r., and that the Nabisco Sandwich

now working and lives at Zeph- Flee place addren of renldence* of the and ald the Tracy Pont Kd-Of- Oreo 14c s

yrhllls. This Is their first child ward Haye*, Hr., I* unknown to Petitioner Pkg Oleo Lb 35c
and Harrison Mosleys first grand *. and that there I I. no per- Steak 69
ion or pernona In the Htate! of Flord -
child. Here I wish to announce the .* the aervlce of a. aummonn InChancery Kraft Phlla. CreamCheese
( upon whom Would"", hind Grahams Lb 27c
wedding of MartraretteMosley
.. coming ihe aald Tracy Rdward Haye*, 8r., 33c
.. In the White Temple Methodist roil are therefore ordered to appear 1 Sirloin T-Bonc 2 P gs
In aalil cauie on or before the
.. Church Saturday evening, 3rd! day of August 194*, otherwleehe NORTHERN -
Sept. 11, at 8OO pm. It will be allearatlon. of nald Petitioner* :: J
will be taken a* ronfeenedIT SleD 79C Lb -
.. formal by candle light: with white IS FUKTHKR ORDERED that TowelsRoll 8ge.
silk dress with train veil an* thla order be published once each CheeseLAND

..........;., flowers. I just know she will look week. for four .nenutlve week, In C Brisket Chuck '.
he Bradford County Telegraph alewnpaper > 15 Fresh Ground Ham-
beautiful. The bridegroom John of areneral circulation'ubIUhed 69C
.. 'Is a surveyor and they will llvo da. In Bradford T'ounty: Flor- Stew Lb 39c Roast Lb j>9c Burger Lb Lb
............: In Miami. ATKn> at ntarke. Florida, thl SCOTTTowels'' _
",4th' day of July, Uti. ;
Yesterday I made bread and A. J. Thoma*, Grade "A"
butter pickles. I went down to Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford
County, Florida.1y Butte
answer the door bell and It Will Haven Cronby l>. C.13 DUCKLINGS

HAS i salesman to see Don. The spicy 'r- 41 8IJIV Roll 1 15C:1WfnL:: Lb 59c sse

your home grown in fragrance was even down In the' I CIRCI'IT TOI'RT, "R..ORD. b
lower hall. He says. "Ah. the f l..4TV. FI.OHIIl! IVM':V.
value? Has it outgrown CKRV.Fnhn' Morrell'aYorkshire
your smell Is good Here they are.
B. Adam*. .1,., Plaintiff. T*.
Fire Iniurance? Let us check BREAD AND BUTTER PICK C.(anle. NO.Mnrrnw'718. Adam., Defendant.' A* Ultra-Refined BACON Lb 59c .. -
LES,. 20 medium cucumbers. 10 *OHDRR' OF PUBLICATION Sliced Southern Gold

your onions;. 1 qt. vinegar 1 qt gran, ANT NOTICFJ' TO APPRAR8TATB .
: OF FLORIDA lot Janle
sugar 1 tsp. black pepper 1 tsp. )LforrovAdantn.. ivhone renlden*e and Clorox I QrAd "A" Dressed Drawn For
needl.G. pwd alum. 1 tsp. mustard seed. 1 .iddre** l..: 1301 lllllnboro Htreel, Quick Frozen, large Baking Large FreshMullet- DeliciousSugarCured. Sea onlnc I
alelah.' North Carol Inn. RediMixtColored
: ; Smo. Bacon
I tsp. celery''seed. Place cukes In You are required to appear onluarunt Hens Lb 69cMt.
cold :water to freshen. Slice In 13rd 141 In the abovelamed tb 23c Skins
and wherein"otinty 2 Lbs
Court cauie D aches-Deodorbes- 25c
,. thin slices. Slice onion Cover ( Telegraph ehall puhllnh thl Vermont Sliced .
with 1-4 cup coarse aalt. Mix well rder In next four weekly leeuea.WltneiM Corn-Fed FreahPicnics Marjrarin

Charley E. John let stand an hour. Drain over .. at starke my, Florida hand and, title officialieal July f Disinfect*-Removes : Bacon Lb. 79cMemty Large CROAKERS Lb

colander. Rinse drain again. Pour llt, Ut8.OFFICIAL. .. 19C Lb 39C Solids
these the (' PEAL) A. J. Thoma*. \ I Spanish Ready-to-Use,
Agency over vinegar mixture ka Clerk of eaM Court.y \ Numerous Stains! I. Boston Butt Pork
rLL and boll until clear. Pack In Jarsand Haven Cronby, D. C. MACKEREL Lb 35C
andrum, titarke. Fla. .. Spareribs Lb 49c I
seal. These are good.If T.AJty.I Frank tor Plf. 'T-IJ 4t 3-13 Larce rr.Ja Roast Lb 49C or Cut in Quarters

anyone wants zinnia seed 8I1C4M1 PorkLiver < SHRIMP Lb
'))01 ('IR'I1I.. roi'RT. HR.'nrORO 49C But
this fall let 15C Grade
know .
me and I willsave Quart Ct n. Pure
rot'KITY. FLORIDA I IV : Red Perch HoC
you some and send them to CURT.fenta.! 1:11.1 Lb 39c 45C

Marta...tJ.>a THE TIIAVCLCMS.Ha-Hrat* you. God bless you all. Love LVRA )Iff> .....Lee. raul Hyatt D.\Vllllam William.> De FILLET Lb 29c Lard Lb 25c -



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.tGVST Swindell George Packnam.

I Methodist Youths Group Attends Anne Livingston Recreational Expert, I Drug Store. Former Resident I David Phillips, Clyde Hall antt '* ,.

unable to attend f
I Any person Dies Clyde

Jews Meet At Kingsley Baptist CampsMrs. To Conduct Classes At Starke August 23 I themselves 'or any organizationor Of Therea Interment was In Hope Cema"I' )

CocoaLeo 1
Thurs. In tery. with DeWltt C. Jones in
send 1
Member of the Youth Fellowship in the field of recreation business that cares to 1

; L. D. flames served as I Training ...... ,.. ..., .. .. .,.. .. charge. I
of the Starke Lawtey. and camp counselor at Silver Lake for the youth and the aged. ''' ""1T. !I\<." one or more individuals expe- L. Brown. 60. a resident of ,

t Church Waldo Methodist churches met camp near Tallahassee last weekIn the beginner and the experienced.Is ,. dally young persona, to the recreational Cocoa since 1916 but formerlyfrom Mr Scott' Father \ ,
at Strickland's landing Monday in store for Bradford Countians i ':'' .. ,>."., Theressa, died Thursday July .
will be held the Baptist girls' Junior ; course can do so by 1

First Baptist afternoon and evening for a Sub- vision. Also attending the camp when Anna Livingston. nationally .t, '..-. .". contacting Mrs. Johns or Mrs. 29 In Cocoa. He was an Insurance Dies In Canada .

at the District meeting. known recreational expert ,. \ agent In Cocoa. '
y Rev. last week were Norma Canova .
I' >
Pastor .. J. "
e with; the bringing both Swimming was the feature of and Patty Lawson. In the intermediate comes to Starke August 23 : ). Bums. Funeral services were held Sat Friends of Mrs.: Wilbur Scott t
ajneL the afternoon's activities followedby teach week course. \ : urday. July 31. In the Hope Baptist will learn with regret of ,
message class division In attendance to a one ,
j evening ; 1./, / of her father. W. F. Babcock -
One S. E. Sparks death
HospitalizedIn Rev.
Hour of a picnic supper. this week at Silver Lake Mrs. Livingston operates on the Church. Ontario.

Happy the pianomof The business meeting was heldIn Is Included Helen flames Aleese theory that "adults. as well as If ; Cycle Accident officiated.Mr. of North Bay of several ,
Illness j
i .
8 pm. Canada.
.t Mann and Mrs. the evening and presided over Lawson Julia Lawson. Edna Coleman children need play." : .' 1 Brown was born at Green I Babcock died August ; f r I
Irs. months Mr. ,
) in the con gregagin' by Miss Oleeta Green president Joan Tenly and Jo Anne Mrs. Livingston Is coming to .: 1. O. J. Howard was hospitalized Cove Springs on April 18. 1888. North Bay and was burled I I
1 In
,I 'lead of the Sub-District. Miss: Irene Silcox. for'five He was unmarried and a memberof 1.
favorite request 1 In Shadycrest hospital In the famt
of Revels of Waldo. secretary and Starke at the request of several Wednesday afternoon I
Rev. t.. D. Haines Is ; : the Baptist Church. i t I. ,
servingthe Interested Starkites although her :' days last week as the result of plot at Brantford Ontario. .
choruL Miss Esther Shuford of two Uy
Lawtey survived by
nd meets at 9:45: boys Baptist division at the underwrittenby ... . ., Injuries subatained in a motor The deceased Is Babcock visited h i
are being 0 Mrs.
school also expenses Mr. and
.v and departments treasurer. gave reports. Royal Ambassador's! camp of the the Lions Club. Among thoseIn \ ";. ,. ,,1 cycle-auto accident which occurred brothers Jessie Brown of Cocoa. last winter and friends made \i 1
?, The meeting was closed by J. ti. Brown of Stark, and here
j and
Union gathriiscussloninTraln- Rotary Club near Auburndale as Thursday 29 at the cornerof I
Starke who recommend July at his passing. ,
i Training highly saddened ,
''II. worship led by Miss Vivian Duncan two sisters Mrs. C. t, Olllard of then are t

d and Miss Lillian Davis. members Camp Pastor this week. In attendance the course given by Mrs. Livingston .' . ; Walnut and 10th Streets. Starke. and Mrs. Rosa GIrton of Mrs Scott is in Canada and 11 1 J.,
from Starke are Bud Lawson f
membership" Mrs. Edward Burns '. j The collision mother before re-
occurred Thursday her
of the Comradship team. are \'" will vtat

Livening the religious The next meeting will be held Charles Jenkins Sonny Ten- Mrs. Ruby Johns and Miss I' I morning when the motorcyclerlden St.Pallbearers Petersburg.wero E. S. Sibley. turning to" Starke.. f *j

"Faith Trlum- ly, and Tommy Halnes. All three have U
picture In Lawtey September 7th. Madge Whigham. -.. by Howard. collided with a ,
' with
along and _. ,-,0.. '. :
rtll be shown taken the recreational course car driven by T. F. Qrady. How.

traveloguell In color. The Christian Church At The TabernacleA Mrs. Burns has trained" under Anne ard was released from the' hospital :I
Livingston ___ _
life of Paul __'____ I.
from the Mrs.: Livingston three different last Monday. _-
II .
rating by Religious Regular services every Sundays most Interesting and pro times. .. .. .i'

,\.1 1If: rIRc"VtT COFMT.CKBV eHDP'OROcotJrd'rv.
covered follows. fitable service was held at the .1.1't >
;, the portion The recreational teacher has now lack many will become use- "'a.OHID.a.l L II"II-
Cat and persecution and Sunday School 10:00: a.m. Tabernacle Sunday morning when conducted recreation institutes for '

Caesera.C. Morning Worship 11:00: a.m. Dr. S. B. Higgins of Greenville ful citizens. Mary I.M Mrne Clark Plaintiff.. EASY 4 t ,
Conment In Association IT
Recreation .
National ,
the vn. J i.* Cluyton,. Clark Defendant. TAKE
at the midweeker. Evening Worship 8:00: p.m. S. C., brought the message. His I since 1943. She has taught "We must however, find these Can. No. 5721ORDER r 1'1

returned tmmCanW5 Wednesday evening. prayer lesson was taken from the second I and restless alert children when they OP PURLICATIOT' I
Ur people many hundreds of volunteers. ANt NOTICn'] TO APPEAR ,
t. will bring their meeting and Bible study. Everyone Chapter of Peter and dealt being a skilled musician and song are young and train them as club 8TATK OK FLORIDA 10': Jean 'I
Plnyton Clark. whoa. retildenc lalUnknown. :
Is Invited to attend all ser with "Salvation Sanctification I
t and messages. leader, she has herself led leaders monitors junior leaders .
meets vices. All visitors are welcome.Childrens ( ) and Service". .
L Brotherhood I You are required' to appear onAuu.t .
the hour Friday after- thousands of young people In recreational and members of such groups as I 30th. 1941 In the above !

CJ rat 7:30.: A cordial In- Dr. Higgins Is being extensively: activities.It councils Sometimes the named Court and cauar. wherein, ,

worship is extended noon at 3:30: o'clock in the church. and successfully used In evangelistic youth I p laintiff seeks divorce. Bradford

to All children are Invited to attend. Is believed that Starke Is shy child has unexpected leader- (ounty Telegraph Mha.ll publish this l \
work over a wide territory.On Order In next four weekly |saua.Witness .
the smallest community In which ship abilities but doesn't know It. :
Tuesday night Mr. Elmar my hand and official. I
Mrs. Livingston has conducted It Is the leader's! Job to help I peal. at .ftark, Florida. this 81th / ;' ,

BAPTIST CHURCH STARKE Johns was the Layman in chargeof her course. these people develop con- of July, 1948.10FP'ICIAL .r, .i
FIRST the service and brought a young SEAM' A J. Thomas. ,, I

I She has conducted classes for fidence In themselves and put Aa Clerk of said. Court, ;'' -7, r3 *
And In The Heartsof good message, using the their abilities to work for the By Haven Cropby, D. C. "
The Heart of Town leaders of children. teen-agers St. Aligns- 4' t
10 part of the third chapter 'of Col. John J. Henderson lii-q: *

The People"A servicemen and adults In recreational benefit of all. tine, FI... "
oaslans as the basis of his study. for Pit. T.00 4t .SOiv
departments schools Although the Lions Club Is Underwriting Atty. __ : 'f t
David small In .
Hazen. though
l II
Baptist Church For All People churches service centers youth the $123 expense for : ('IRrt'IT roiKT. BHtnronnCOI'MTl. I- .1.
Southern ; statue for his years, made a '. FLOHIItAl IM CHANCKNY -
agencies. and many types of local ,the recreational course it is hoped #_
leader Sat :
little for the
manly organizations."You that enough funds can be raised Gladys Punter, Plaintiff. vs. Alvin WORRIES :
gandar School 9:45 Training Unions; 6:45 urday night Youth Meeting and. I Parker. nrfenilitnt., Can. No. 7Jl., NO DRIVING t
never know where good to pay the cost of the course. ORDER OP PUBLICATION
Evening Happy Hour did a good job of it., ; r
Morning Worship will For that reason a $2.00 registration AND NOTICB TO APPEAR PROILEMS l :
leaders come from saysMrs.
8:00IIIIday A surprise meeting Is'planned 1 STATE OP PIXmiDA to: Alvin NO PARKING .
11:00: [for next Saturday night. Don't Livingston. "Many restless fee will be charged for the Parker, whoa realdence I la: Un.

one week course, beginning Mon. known. STATION i
who be considered
mist!! It.Methodist. may You are required 'appear on GREYHOUND ,
the have excellent day August 23, in the School Annex In ht..oa', named l'''
Morning and Evening Sermons by Pastor pre-dellnquents August 30 1943. \ 147 : (
Initiative Building (old 'USO. A two Court and Cause, wherein plain- Temple Ave. Phone '
The Rev. L. D. HalnPII.l'lIr1oulI Church leadership qualities, life asek* dlvorre.: Hrartforri County fl"'J''
I hour of study Is plannedfor f
skills, and abilities which need period Talftajraph shall publish thla Order I

at 9 P. M. night during the rveek. .lit. next four weekly. tanues.Wltnenn .
Tuesday understanding every I
Moving redirected
to be by
only ,
Rev. J. R. Hill, pastor of the my hand and official I ..e/r t/ots ?o 0yGREYHOUND f .
"Faith Triumphant." l adult leader. If recreation Any Individual interested In seal at Stark. Florida this July I- .,,1-1 ,
Methodist! Church announces the :

following sermon topic for Sun leaders can help these young enrolling In the recreation course 2(OFFICIAL?. 1944. SEAT.) A. J. Thomas, :- '- i ,j11Ii '

people obtain some of the security can register with Mrs. Ruby Aa Ctvrk of said Court. ,

Church With The Vlxltlng Pastor" I day. Mrs. fly Haven Crosby, 11. C. I ;jU '
Visit The the opportunity for self expression Johns in her beauty shop or K. K. Pwrryman, Starke. Fla. i' I I

11 a.m. "Hearing the Unheard". and the thrill which they Edward Burns In Carpenters Atty. for Pit. 7-30 4t ..::111) i I''. ,,1 If t

8 p.m. -school"Liiten"Sunday 10 a.m. Youth PROPOSED' CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON IN NOVEMBER 1948 Teordano s 18 '1 t''tt[i ia I

fellowship at 7 p.m. Midweek; Coun z1ana as .IT ..I & I""
tor th. ..., .a Hi* amendment at aald ConaUtutlab ... th* County by Oounty. ._. 01 I'f ,
CLCCTIOM with Uw providing SpecS'las County Tax _
8 NOTICE or 'h.O a
Prayer service at Board.
& SONMONUMENTS p.m.Ved. shall not b* and .... same la hereby agreed lei School CousUy. I .t I': \
GUNTER WHtI'R.o.\t.: '0').. LaerUlature. at IM'. of taxa nd such tax .po School Municipality by tn* Stata. .
nesday. .n.... the Constitution, of IStlS. of tlSui piled to any purpose otller thin trpayment and shall b. submitted ta the lector S. Th DI.I. shall at lbS LegLlativ Board. School DMrTvaj.choo. .o Tam ; ;e;
ot Florida. did pass II Joint ...- of tae principal and Interest. 0' the Stat ot riorlda for approval ar n- .1.'u. from time I I.. O'' and Muni .. i,
General Election: lei allan -
al lbs next and
lection L
tl.. aid bond take .(-
lutions proposing amendments" to ..... b held in th. 1_. that Is to as". /hue thereafter enact .N 1. CaiasIy Tam Clla'"sis. ,
St. Mark's Constitution ol th. Slat .. Florida Ibi In addition! M lbS bondi .utho. year only after approval by thai electors i us, f
Eoiscopi1 XVII 0'h.
MARKERS tl)* asm* ware agreed la by a vota 1thmeflftha J tn paragraph lal above. and subject' to that Section. I al Article of florid I lie said County at a referendum aalladi c.aS V.'I '. ''I'abatdlb5aoq5
.. Constitution ol lbs Stata .
members eleouto the limitations and provulona &b. .
B.D. Vicar of all she that spedrjrlng tn* powwra.
Rev. B.E. Simmons .
purpoa .
eacn houai, that U>* votes *a salJoint Id and of Section e ol Article IX ol the Corn amsndsd so aa to read aa tollowalSECTION .. Letlalature. dulls. and oomuenaatloai .. c Canlaty. Caamay ,I: ,
VAULTS stilutlon at dorkf. lha Letlalature ana. : L Cither branch In* & nnhaol '
Reaotatlona war ntril upon the .. Collector In DIdtic 'ffli
Sunday. August 8. reepeetlv Journal. wlttt th* Teas also provlda for th. Isauane at .poaI.. at any regular. session aeamk a* I at Thla Sectloa .: Ukanrbprovide Ta* Sahonl dkstnota as ,,. !
n..ys tnereon. and they did determine an Capital Outlay bonda br County Board. any special or extraordinary I.. for th* t. .. cussed:... S Tn Lagsstotur* -a* tn* lagtslatlv -
: .
10 am.Church School direct that th* said Joint Resolutions: t of Education: for school eapltal outlaprojects thereof eailed for .sueD purpos and .. all Siarlia .. roaa ..
and of th* SlatS 04 hereafter enquired. or construe- th. governor's original. sail or any amen -Ins CoUaolor.IXNATfl Clam ta..e4Dm .. I, I
11 submitted th electors Cotamty
a.m. Morning Prayer to by th _
th. Oenara.1 Election:' la November, It*.. .... but laid bonda snail ... limited I" men* thereof may propose Ih* := dumb. and
Ae Sermon. NOW. THCaCTORC.: L H. A. ORA1SscretsiT projaeta and amouata approved by &he or amendment of any portion ci CoonS? Ts C t
:.' hone *f thai ConsUtuUosk Any surevlalon < S 1 aS StIC i' ,
at Stat at tb* Stal. of FlorMid .t. Board of Education: aa prescribe :
Will Save You From 10 to 20 The church U open daily for hereby give bUSS* ...., a by law and hall bemxn parabl aortal- ar amendment auy Patois JOINT RESOLUTION NO. .:.p.aslda Sos = It(
by law wllhlai not taxoaod on* subject or any numb r ot InDianS RESOLUTION ProposIng I
BUXrrlON ly aa prescribed A =
Lfi Percent! On Any Thing You Se prayer and meditation. .Iu. h. bald QENKRAI: la: eadi count la florid twenty p.... from .... data .. but a* amendment ahall consist of nvoUUK .. Amendment M Article VUI at tAm Can = W "

I oa Tuesday next ..._ns th* Sin. Issuance! Provided. that no apodal CapItal one revised artlal .at the Coaaltutlon. &- of tha Statai .. Florida ndntlt '
F ( lect. CONGREGATIONAL Monday In November A. D. -. &be Outlay .bonda dialS bo Issued hr la.ment at proparty for loran d-tWb1 I I' .
f th und_ which, tocather with the aenoilndbdae U thai uiimmsd revision ** .- tho aoUoDtluxi of taxes, by adding I II
METHODIST CHURCH said sECOND Tueeday belne DAY OF* NOVnCBBr.asr ,. a of ouch anunrr Ineludlnapaelll .._ la agreed to by .......nl.... .. tlmembers lo additional section is provlda -IUI. I :000 r'tloLoTlow 210. ,I .1 '
.. 'j
th. ratltlostioai or rejection of *. tarn anuseS dlatrtct Inavbtednaaahall elected. to eaon lime,.. II sIn County .( Braward Slat of j
IflCK: DELIVERY. -' We Can Duplicate Any Services: everY Saturday night; 'said* Join Resolution propomnc Amend- exceed twenty par cant of tn b* entered neon thaftr raspsativa Jon.r-.. l. County Ta. .. shall Amendment toArtlcU V"= J
and Sunday night mania to th* Coaaututioai ef. UM Slat .. .assessed value of th* taxable property i nals. eruit the yearn and nays and pulUshad proparty of the (or th. pure :- .UI,,_ of MM ftata rUUveto >t ,J
Sunday morning In each aounwhsr .
( "
snOb county according to lift* las aseeaimont In .one newspaper levying State, County tax* and '
Stone Or Marker In From 3 To 30 Days Florida vlw to thlimianeo a newspaper .. published lor levied by ssmsmsnt .II- I
11 a, m. ant 8 p. m.. at Con -- -?,"!.$* for county purpoeea taxes Ins collection thereto I I
b m.d.
of web Spoclal. Capital Outla" Iwo lime*. one publication to County School Board, Sand additional Baatlnna to that In I
gregatlonal Methodist Church or Bonda. The principal off and Intoroion not earlier than ten weeks and the oll'W .. Tax School District.. 1.1. '
ROUSE JOINT RESOLUTION NO IMI .. ...Ie later. than ala weeka. .Immedbflce D..lc. lpeal Districts, tha County ot .. Ir I
ihaU bo not
J. W Crtffts such rpooiat Drainage shall I
A. M. Brownlee Road. Rev. .
10:30 DI.t' tha County
to .
8:30 : .
pedal Hours On Sunday : A JOINT RESOLUTION Propnslnil s from a fund oitabllahod In ..en countcomprlood preceding tha election at whlrtl tha senta taxing th
... sny : proparty of County for purpoasof
Amendment to Artlcls IX of th Stal be voted and thereupon sul
Pastor. authorised and to upon IjIdbU
an County I
of monoya palltlsa of tha School and Municipal
2:30 to 7:00 P. M. Constitution br adding tharsto .n .addl portioned by tha L*.l laturo for aohot mltted to the electors of the State napproval nance request their d levying taxe Stat levied, County bv lie Stale. count,. 1. '

tlonal Section providing that all .xcalaw capital. outlay and d.M aorvloo purpoMand or rejection al thC next Oei and lav led. and that ..,. County Tea Co Board, atchool District
ST. EDWARD'SC.TIIOLIC upon gasoline or other motor fu moneys provided by the county loom .,.1 Election provided however, thauch .., lector ... collect and distribute th* COII.a and Munlo. t I
bused ..
and retained be sul
collected revision or amendment may .t Dlor.
products Includlnad ,
L*ated On Highway 200 At South City LimitsP. CII LRCII for public highway street and .Ir-. oounty valorem acnooi...ravanuo.. as authorised sources. or nqulrod mltted for approval or rjcllon In .. n"'lT RESOLVED BV VHS LZrSL40 t.Ut. .. Ih ( shall. that UvsJ the ,1 e
and .........Ibln. tha dli th. conditions discribed Ta r
port purposes by the Legislature, subject Ith. special election Under lUllS: OF lBS STATE OF rLO.JDA.I CUt. 1
Sunday Mass 10 a. m. trlbutlon and use n<(< certain portions of Constitution relatln. In and In th* manner p.ovld.db" said tax. ( 1 '
Starke Fla. limitation of the Thst the following'
O. Box 572 A
: School 11 m. said taxes. taxes for school. puipoles. Section J of Article XV It of thConstitution. ,. of thC BS RESOLVED BY T LIO51LAo1 f'f
Sunday a. to ad valorem tlcle of ala .
BE IT RBSOLVKn: B* TTTB LJOI8LA'J'IRJ : Such bonds shall not be bonds or If a majority of the eleitors .. ol val relative o.t.utl. ". an TUB! or THEJ STATE rLORDA. !
Week Day Mass 8:30 a. m. : or THE: STATE Or FLORIDA:' o>bta of th. !'S'at. nf FlnrMs, or enforcCable .. voting upon the amendment artoi; collection. ol all 1 In th*.County off That Ifs Iolo.u a..n.. Article : r'
That the following Amendment to Al- ., such amendmsnt the sam "" beeurr. a.ldln I VIII of COnlutl tha SUM .,
-Father John O'Dowd Pastor aiialnst the credit or taxing po..rhe .1 tltal of Flqrlda. br ..mon' and J
Florida 0""
by addIng "
: at
Constitution .
State Constitution
tlcle IX of the of tola : .
a pact flurn
additional IsoKBni D*
additional section pro. \. Stat* -.........>Mc1[ \ coltectum of all taxes hi County egPlnallaa 'I .
thereto an .
.u excise taxes upon gai. ,1Cl -............. ._ .....A th* Sacrt ry of b* ui Stat* ot d by adding Mlif t 1
that :
vldlng shall b : t
PENTECOSTAL! HOLINESS other motor fuel products col- e" |s bgrtby sgrscd : thereto additional sections b* known I [ \ : 1 1a. I
CHURCH ollna laded or and retained ihall be used lor ROUSE JOINT RESOT.UTIOM NO. MlA HOUSE JOr MESAf.rmoi NO M ., : t lh. aleclori ."' Out c' SenUan U and .....Ill 14. and, ,

1l INTEGRITY highway street and airport pufpoua. JOINT RESOLUTION Pruposln ai... A Proposing e.. rstlflcatloit rsltctlon! i: lila MO,. la hateby .. to .
I public :r:1 .
10tli St. anil Temple Ave. and prescribing tha dlatrtbutloi.. Amendment to the Constitution bp addIng Amendment to Article V of Ui. Const!- the Bleclion. to b* held on th ba submitted Ik* .{actor* th. ,t
with better of certain. portions of said to.... thereto an adldtlonal Section creatIntf tutlon of riorlda. relating' to the Judi_ first Tuesday .IPI trie tint w.I of Florida) *.ratlfloallon 0 rejection .:
of conduct and dealing School 0:43: a. m.: Morning and use ,
Sunday la hereby agreed to and "ahall be aubmltteu two additional Senatorial Districts.Be : old Department by adding ..,...to a Sac- November. I InllowslSCCTION .I to be Meld on thni, f
r, thoughtFulness and economy in alt our Worship 11 a. m.: Evangelistic to the electors of the II"'. loe' IT RKaoLvrn BY THE LLOISLATtJa5 lion relating to Ih. retirement 01 Iud -From and aftor .JanuarI. u. atA..ITM& first Monday _
ratification or rejection' at the next Generai or THE STATE Or FLORIDA of the Supreme and Circuit Courta.BE Isle th* County Tax Assmtor lo iiid.punty *Novemb. ISIS, aa follows! It) { I
hese mark the reputable Services 7:00: p. m. Everyone tha fotlowlnc Amendment to ArUcl ol Browaru. Slats. of lonidlsnaIl I
serving-f Election: ta b* held In 1848 atoIlow. That IT RESOLVED BV THE LEGlSt.: SECTION IX I. From and after J_
firm. welcome. .- VII ot th. Slat Constitution, bi: Tuba OF THC STATE Or rLORLUAl' assess all proparty for all Bleu nary 1. IMo. the County Amae.aan '
quality of this well known SECTION IT. All ...c...* taxis now or adding thsrato r Section S creating Iwi. That the following' Amendment to Ai- County thol. and Municipal .taxes fcbs In th* County .f PlneUss T.. ef riorlda. I .
i hereaftar Imposed. upon gssolln or othe ..additional Senatorial Districts .la hereby tide V of th* Constitution of rlord.. levied County by SlaUCounty. shall aisasg all property for all I

.. like pro-tacts" of petroleum or upon .11) alrred to. and submitted to tha else- by adding Section to b* County School :..BchnoDlatricta. State. School and Municipaltaxes I',
eo-ntlj'bl gasas and liquids u_ I).. iota of the State for rstlllcstlon or re Section 45 :laId Article V. la .: Special Tsx School CoUD.1 a the county by 'I 1
1. Internal combuatlble engines for the gaieratlon ;:sUnn at the C4nral K'action In- 1(41. greed to ahall bo .ubmltad I" Port Districts. Drainage. II.alc. aniother Btat*. .b _. School
of to propel vehicle' snaircraft < .. follows: factors of Slate!! of taxlrm districts, municipl- School Specfal Scb.oi '
Pindertown which power ar* collected and ....1...... .lII'TloN.. There la hereby create.. lf'sit'nn or r_ie"tian al the next Ceorsi tins which by ordinance .ou Districts DII. I

DEWITT C. JONES shall b. used .xcluslvely for the I..... two additional Senatorial Dlatricta' to b< Ki3:*.3U to y* &?' la. .*ol. tajcaa to b* .asssssed. *. The Legislature ahall .. the Legt. I.
Mr*. C. n. Browning acquisition construction, reconstructionrepair known as the Thirty-ninth 138'> .nd lows: '.-.a L ji'-t--,...!a" L'o.l. latlva Session In IMS and from time ta
I STARKE PHONK: J By operation and maintenance e Fortieth <*Otb> Senatorial DI8t.I..... Th.ThIra.nlAtb .. IIECON 45! Justices of th. Siiprem. ssslan 14 aod 101 .. Urn thereafter aact law spseifylnsj ths I'1 p
tn.powers '
(3 Uil Senatorial DialrIcshall ..,. ** *.. enact
S S S S 5 S S S roads streets, bridges and rights away Judgea of IfS Clreult Courullglbl 1. ...Itln. functions dut and oompen- 't
AMBULANCE! SEHVlcfc thsrsfor or for airports or for ItopaSmant eonslitt of Monroe County Thi 10 raIl. with oompnaatlonmay unctions dul. 8, daaignatodlIn I
Juanlta Browning Is stayIng of Indebtedness and htteresthereon Fortieth l Hhl Senatorial District shalconslat ., Instead ol resigning elect to aatlon o( County Assessor deslg O C..t'at Section IS. and t I 'I
Miss J acqulaltion. off Wsshlnaton and Calhoun Countlea. shall b qualified naiad In th* paragraph ofh" .r.. UMrxtanalon '
Incurred for the lean In which ease they : ihall II. by law for
Funeral Director. in Jacksonville with Mrs. Bes- construction reconstruction. repall. Nothing herein ahall disturb theThIrt7..I" continue to perform all of the .. .810' and likewise. provide bi<' *.n th p.ld.. .n. roll at the '
operation and maintenance of roadi. '" 1311 existing Senatorial Dietrlcta. their respective alflces when sallsd up the .xlanalon on th* ssassmn County Tax Aanevjor of all taxaa ,

Our local funeral home enables us to sent and family for a few weeks. ........ bridgsa and rights of way there A spftrlsl election shall be eel lee.. 0 by the Chief Justice. If It be a ttupremCourt roll the County Tax. Assessor Count of sJi ly th* Slat. County, County i'J'
Mrs. Mildred Glisson and for or Jot airports. Of all Stata excisetaxss In the said Thirty-ninth UBthl SanatertADiatrict : Justice, or by tha Senior CI.ul texan levied by the State County, Board School District*. Special Tsuohool f fr
offer conveniences and services nototherw's collected and retained upon gaaollmor and In tha said fortieth 4Othl ludl. of .Circuit, If It b. a School Board s..hol DI8.lc' 8pl0 i District MunlctpaUtlse.accnoPf *
daughter Mary Jane .of Starke other Ilk* products of petroleum except Senatorial District. within 8eventy-flv. .. They shall several] .School Ol.trt.P..Dla.rl.. P.I. 14. .1. Prom and after Jfi_
available. the guests! of Mrs. Arrle aviation. fuel not .lass than foul <,1) daya after the election In 1M to.. receive tha same retirement comp..lon age DI8t.. whose dJ I. a_. th. County Tax Collector I
UW ri
were said Dltrlcts.
of municipalities
elect Senator from each If had Upon assignment .
such productshall a u they County at
.sIlos on tl a -
cents tax per rl.n. TasAsssssor
afternoon.Mrs. The Smstor elected from thi. the other by the County u..t''ed-
Browning Friday b* used by UI. State Road Department by Oo.ro. any Clo m eoUvrt all :
m Ui. mann Thln -n'n'' |U8th. Senatorial DlsUloaball null such retired Clreult Judge to th first paragraphat ihe: '. by the S.. I'
arJ road .1
tur.1sh lowest of for stat* purpoeee
the highest type service at the prices May McKinney Sampson by law. On tent or mon. hold office from his election fola lave the .m. Jurisdiction. snd powenis this .." Board.
t "-..7 life insurance policy. In force. Usuid by ANY corn and Miss Evon Addition were lag provided per gallon upon gaaollne or ethel.. term ending. on the First Tuenday. ,aftet Other Ciri Juig... No such .. elON From and after JanuarsI in the rag Hi.+sol District end Munldnelltleava. .
of petroleum except avIs .... First Monday' In January. IVMl and llred Judge shall be requlrela < !, ll. County Tax Collector Th. shall al lila g "
, *. funeral. Consul tattoo the of Mrs. Lillian BrownIng Ilk producta the Senator elected from the FortlettI4uthl 'u.I. without lug of Brawsrd. Stat of n. L..au. I
payment In part or In full on a guests lion fuel shell hereafter ta. Imposed bith p.'o. duties c".na .. ':lv. SI and from In. I
atticS In th
District shall hold shall oolleet all taxee t
: and the proceeds retalnei Senatorial to duty may by or g.n. 1.1. Cou. 1m* thereafter angst, Uw
II b .1.
Legislature C.I
10 obligation. Monday.Mrs. distributed among th. several aountlai from hla election top a term ending or revocable .." .. 04ludge t)y th* State. County County pvww.a, fttietioia. duties I
IfoT- .a
Daisy Addition wes a biy and used ta th* earn manner .. thiSeoond the first Tuasdsy after the first MondapJanuary who may have resigned' baton Rosrd, School IlUtrlcta. ton at County T.. CoU : I 1
___ Gal Tax ki dlstrlbutsd .m"" .In 11I O. and thereafter Senators "this .m.ndmn. become operative. m.pc. School Dut..... Port D..I.lc& Paragrapk 1 at this ; "
inesa visitor to Starke Monday. the several counties," and used by thiState elected. from sold Dlstrtcta. shall ..lhl.. Its terms by 11... a ..,1. 0..1.. o any districts.ba :hall likewise) prwvld th* : .

,-_.. '--, ,",wlU ," """""1U1I ''''' Mrs. Mildred Gllsson and family Board of Administration the State hold office tot a term. of Four la. author.laed year. ?. willingness do 8 .n .u..lclp.II. whoaa taxes Tax Assessorsursusnt may rare, vustody. renortlntl and d
Boardi Provided that tha Legislature Clrk the .u.. County < h>
and tha severe & lleetad lbS M
: ; II'"I''l were visiting In Graham Sun Road af County Department Commissioners ae provided IiC.etLoi by law la alter o* abolish said Dialiricta o -. Con to the fln 1..np. of Ibareiedlng Elector.2 _____ ,j
'Most EverythingTo representation la UMienala Section
Article IX. of this Constltw wnenever 7love. h.1. 11
Is. raapportloned.HOVSB Th. Legislature. at tho Legislative -
.. thodu.'In. la
day.Mr. lion but with IM limitation .t JOINT MESOLUTION NO. 171 *. anal from time to BOLVTvosq NO. M
of Session of 194
Remodel Charlie Nyles IAT.0n
Build and Mrs. M* surSlus
Repair or .. ot such taxi 4 A JOINT ROLUTION Pr.nl, an lima thereafter enact laws apeclfylng the Praputaui a_
Lake Butler were visiting in Pin- funds shall" be expended .by road/thi/ RtaOLUTIOW NO. ITt Amendment VII Co"l- lowers, functions. duties and compensation kmndiution ...__ to Al.) V at th* Cocsn..
Road Department soP atst JOINT utlon of Ui* Slat of .. off adding thsreto a* 4,.'
UtIJR8 READY-MIX dertown Sunday afternoon.It In the county aa directs by the BoeMet A JOINT ResOLUTION Proposing thAmendment issasament 01 property rlord.. and Ifs ot County CI.cto.,d.I..t Section 'rlattni .. the .*.. \
: 'In the timid paragraph .dcllo
County Commissioners thereof. An of Section I 4. Article 111 ol nllsctlon of ...... by adding ad- l. lbS '
the eollectum.
the i
-- will be a busy week ..... that may b* Imposed] upon ..trlaUoeru.1 the Constitution of the Stale of Florid asctlons to provlda ..hor.t,. I UM hail likewise provide. and 1- .. courT S5'lu.oWT.'U. atf
: :: section since shsll b. used exclusively BrIO airports relating" ta tha eligibility of membailf dlion ,.. State of isrs, custody .p.tn. dl.hu. I"a. .
: C mothers of this Con. of Saint rlor. ment of all taxes by (,he County County riorlda. :
HA and access thereto In th* manna .... Legislature, their aompanaattoal ha County Tea Asseisor snail t. Collector. rr KaoCycD BY Ttw uncs- :i
school started Monday. provided by .. Notnln- In thug Sectloiihall and remun..uon.BE kroperty, of ..,. County to the purpos OF TWi FLORAl
1jI 0R" ball In Pindertown repeal or modlry Section IS. Artlcli RESOLVED BY TTTE t.r.afllL40TUU ot levying fMata.. Count,. Ihol and Ln._ aAT(
The game IX. of thIs Constitution. This i.cthoishall or THK STATE or FLORIDA Municipal taxes levied by StatS. f 01 th* ... Ae o.. .
Sunday was won by the Brad. tax* efleot July. I. if**. SECTION I. That the f.iIowlCI bounty. County School Board. School lEIfATW JOINT RISOLUTIOlg NO. U.dding thereto an additional aoctlon !
N Amendment to Section 4, Article in at districts. Spsclal Tax School Dlr"and A JOINT RESOLUTION .." a* *g aald ArUd._ IE
..::::.- ford Crackers. the Constitution of the State of Floridarelating Munlelpslltls of thiS County the Amendment to Article VII .! *" .. *4 tr Judira atr )
BOVS JOINT EZSOLOnON NO. IM* to the allglblllty of members at bounty Collector collect Hi tut Ion of him Stat ....Uv. :>* Courtog.It and fm gsisiublarountr.

C A. JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing WAmend the Legislature, their eompenasUon andremuneration. mid .... u> assessment off property for ..and :* asm I* hra. l' Ji
D Aboard Carrier Section It of Article XII of Ito ; Is hereby agreed to and Bit IIY TifF UWrSI-A. ttm collection of taxes, by. adding there* ) b* submitted '
Constitution ot lb. Stall ot tlondaBC hall be submitted to th* electors .f the r RELVE or I'LORIOAIT' la additional Sections to provide that In 1 ... llu.. ) i I
Dirt off] rr RESOLVED BV TrtX LEOISL40TUR.I Btata of Florida for ratification or relection TUR the following Amendment lo Ap. the County of Volu.... State of Florida. t.-. .or .., M o P.
w washes right Freddie Hagan. stewardaman : Or THE: STATE OF fLOHIDA! at the next CenenI Eleetlon tabe of th. Constitution of th. Slats lha County Tax Asssssor shall thavroaerty 1. I. km b.Id am lb.. o
That th. following Amendment M Be held' 'In November. 1144: that la *a .if VII relative t* th. ._.. andallectlon .. the County for th* purpoe th. Viral Monday inN .
of Route 2, Starke la serv- XII of th Constituuaa.ot Section 4 of Article III of lhaConstitution ., School and .. 1_
USN. tinS 17 ot Article lay that of .11 taxes la the County olIslnt f levying Stat County a foilewet 11.I i
walls painted with aboard the converted escort th. Stat of rTorlda relating to educe of this Stat. of Florida .U LUCIa Stal of rld. by odl. by th* StatsOuntp SECTION as. Tn hedge W JM Cesar
A T ing eon .. hereby agreed ts> and ."" be uo'mltted .b. amended and aa amended shall read .hereto additional _' b* "nwa r C'a Hoard. School Record to. and lor I
carrier USS Sicily which Is presently lo th. *lectors at th. Stat o-. .a follows"SCTIOI- .* Section II and Section M. ... and the ) School Dutrtotamd .shall hereafter a* ****11C I r/
SHCJtWIM-IVftlMMS' 69 jet Florida tor ratification or rejectiontha RI 4. te.' !!!_ eusllXcsHana ama la. hereby agreed to .n ahall b* Municipalities of 'h. County, ajitalltlad .' og laM Count* a*( ,' !
R E engaged in ferrying General Election: t. be bald 1- ..'..1... eta. Senators and man ubmllted to this electors Stat .hat this County Tax Collector ahall .,l5rL.2I C. t Iatl''lce.

planes. 120 officers. and SAO en. .. follows: "oitha House .. fUpreeantatlvaanaU of rionda for ratl/loatloa or ,e ect the ...tsx.nt a latea .5 J j
SECTION: I'?. .ax> Tka) Lageslatunmay ben electors to tit. .it tha General BleeUon lo b* rr R"01.v RV THE LEOTwLA- fIrst adsetia., c
SEMI-LUSTRE of the 36th Fighter Issuance by On > b. duly qualified Monday rUPJI OF FLORIDAI b.M th
listed men provlda ta* th* and dlstrlcta for h* tint Tuesday after lbs al J'u
E CONCRETE Balboa Canal Zone County Board Edueatleas at eaea eouav.IT respeetlv counties Tb. pay at .a ....-. IS4S. .. That U following' __ Ariel and I Ianeb
Wing from at bond ..: Si. exdualv us* at eke.pvjblM _left they wer* ehosom. Kmsam .. SECTION U. and Jaa- eg lbs c..u th* ,
end .f.
WALL FINISH \ Scotland. trot eshsels srlthla th* county. __ .5 &Iae SanaIC Its, to.C. T.. iist .llaaa at Florida n... tha TbS 5,55 ea a5 s.danainoudmeat
to Glasgow dallar day,
LllA.liD B ._ Si.C.. shall ..v.-- .Iapt.ntatIve...shall_ enetoni k las and M* a addl.Hex .*.County .. Lode. Slat. ef nant ._u all taxee m too ..,..1 .- lbs 4 t1Pt
.. tor aac* day I all at Florida br ,
e. a an&ft1 ald tor euknstsxte shall as property tor y- 1-. I'it4eAu
dull k* .
Lovely colors! / .. -- .. elh snejortty .. tkMejuallned merete the* dallara anal r School and ioulclpal'Can b* '
D / eleeeem a.S xr* tnaa seveai C. SiC by Ih. 4 ; 55*'
Grand for kiiclMn.aTxflffl ... L AUTOMOBILELIABILITY bwi4oCs tor aaak *ar .. to* County .
narttsta***,. BM. seaes a -
--4 .. lalS Stan is k* aeld. sa aaslaaal *. Soon bosrd. M and thai .laid .
|1JU M f 1 INSURANCE 5s it.id bs'iCdan.aa. _. sad aallaas Sehaol Dle- hall b* omitted electar at _
an .. anal SI F. .
....t14an. w_ Obs .dian* thaw boanan sad laoCl : = t. Itat eg Flertaa tar raHftostioo .. f I
O .
11 .
sans by at ak* Lagtawitlv as lb .
It Is = iCas ; o
Although Pot eompnlsor = = P45. at not ,
= ...eani:"' ''' reut M Mw lathS -, Sasslna ka IMS 5aIliT.a %e eld ass th*ao.-- (Irs* J peesida lbs Ca.MiIntICStbutisamIsSaui .-

muck safer to carry LtaMBtyInawnuM Pri_ an StC .......- .. StMd _.....- arrest sad ene-heU eenle ru4 ar trio ka say thereafter. enact law. .. take effect Innrtsv ke j
I aid b.d.b4.--- --- 'anfoan lea aaor* the tour after approval by tha aleiiara off SCCTIOM is. I. From end :; thas lbs .?uanma allan ,
*. I represent .T .. .. 14ssssS. dia. azrssdl1.S _aor-------. = County at a referendum aalled tar IMS, ah* County Tax li. r
ANNIS reliable stock campasJraifour -8 .5 as ........ .lan SIa. eund trip In- aar .rial a* ssrtraoroiA spaalfjUu tn* poaiess nme- eg Vo. Stat .F =an. a .lb.. ad w-=,
UM. Ianaee.i.. .. oCtiCit asuhIe -1 ..-- siniisisnsallail of County .m.aan anid 0551.. lbs DCarIa:45lb.1 l
business will be appreetatesJ. ": ---- -:: -e =Assessor, dsalgnat k* Paragrapa If C. SenaMl. and .ul. laxa -'

.=. : 14.5 loner ItroLllrrTow: tfO. III .I this Section U. *.shall likewise pro.Id .- I the cn State, .I
c= A.57 bask barsun4er SDMS .ova aaVaMndmaait by .law for extension en th* -. c. Board. SnSjaiiltotrleta.
s S 129 W. Call Street payaoaa aartaUy wttJa ant .. JOINT aCSOUTTIOM..Preveeln Artlel XV Orf laewjnent ..the County Tax] Asssos. Tan lobed Otatrtetaid 'an.s:
.5 Seatloei r .
BUILDING SUPPLIES fros Sis dees Stat Couav.r. MusUctpaUtlo banay r-.kl_r
5_ --e ywara .. .< rtorta .r of all the = ;
But _
&...10to Ik GxtstltiiUe aVaO at lbs tallv -
Co. Telegraph mssiiikiiil ""y tti* S. Th LoglslatuT*
No. OBpodto Bradford .4Ios an Iks AJ >...lmex.t .. said <;*a- County lima aa ,
"'-_. Wban.,45 vlatlnaT pedal School Dlstrlcta Seaalon to Ills anal from Dec51! H
-. 1039-1048 W. Mala Bfc. 8 atte P. a B.* P'1M --_ CS Sta sat auea aaat .B.uer;?Rs-eoLtrm ITT m LCOISTJUruns ..11_ .D:.thereafter. enact .... specifying Pie ,.eat..tu -- las.
111 funetlon. dutle and eompenaa
.... foS 14. I. .
a 055
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21& FLA. a N. D. Walnwrijtht! Jr. anSI .y.tr.r2cf ; or THI STATI or noRiDAi WIswtless .10.1 th. ".Collector .) County Tax Assessor d..t '. Caa* "1 lbs tat day ''SI151as0.A.D.al41.
OARE8yIT1. .
That OW ollowtaer U .1 .
amanS .. lan .. Caa.tltullaai County .. .. Lud. State *f .I Paragraph I at lit I. I. ayJ
at Artlel XVn m* -
ienm lad ..,- ahall k. hmasl aa Ibm takM I laaaa levied la lakavlaa, DrevU* k> law .
nxeiii"111111 s immssnini I paSla. wttkte awvatam a*. a< la* SUM at Ftarlda. rlaUa I..e

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TMEDB Bradford Countians Pose With Warren OF FLORIDA to::I COUNTY! FLORIDA I'V CHANCIcRY. -' (OFFICIAL. SEAL) A. J. Thomas.I You "nknon
e1 COUNCILI INFANT Elwood M. Fnrbe. whose reel As Clerk of said Court: September :
FOR' CITY dene. and address In: P.O. Box Andrelna Barratta Ferrl. Plaintiff. T. Frank Landrum Starke: Fla. i 'rO'IUI"4 Uu' .*
candle Friends of Mr. and Mr*. Rich .. .., '. ,. "= 6035 80. Norfolk. Virginia: I va. Angelo Ferrl, Defendant. Can' Atty.. for Pit. 8-8 4t S-S7 I named Plaintiff COurt; I
announce my adroit
hereby No. 1741. .oek.

dacy for the office of City Council ard R. Thedo' of 2384 Park to learn St. t I- w 6. 4 named.You are''Court 6 required. 1948.and cause In to the appear, wherein above onSeptemb.r ORDER AND NOTICE OF PUBLICATION TO APPRAR IN"O.'NT"riRrtrr, FLOHiutt(C01'RT BRADFORD i:% (..... ,OrderyinetieNrsfo, ar rust.
will regret (KHIT Wltnees
In the regular City Election of Jacksonville, ti w plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford STATE OF FLORIDA to I ne..I my hoot
shall publish this Ferrl' whose residence and Mary Buff Way." Plaintiff lit I
death of their infant son County Telegraph Angelo vs. ,July 191Nflrke,
Sept. 14. I have been a residentof of the 'IrP Oroer In next four weekly UnuoaWltne address I I.: EMbblena (Areilo) Italy: Roosevelt Parker Wy Defendant. 11. PI
occurred In a Jacksonville and official I You are required to appear onSeptember Cane No. 6787.ORDER I COFFICI.\L
23 which ** my hand ICPo"LI
around yearsand A.
Starke for 6, 1948, In the .bov.nam..d Clerk d t A2ach
Florida, this OP Pt'BIirATIO.V ,
Monday night., In addition Ural at k:448.:: I Court and cause, wherein' PI sa'01 ""ou..
have never held any public hospital 4th of Aucunt, divorce. BradfordCounty STATE : TO ARoosevelt : HpnDou>>h" D,p
the InfantIs (OFFICIAL SEAL;: ) A. J. Thomas plaintiff seeks OF FLOKIDA tat '
6 elected I promise to do to the parents of said Court Telegraph shall publish thinOrder Parker whose Street Jack.onvlllo U
If 4 r realdenc .
office .
curtail survived by a brother, Rich t.c O.rk Brown, Wtarke., Florida In next four weekly INHUCPWltnes last. known 'aY1 I. Charlotte. Atty Pif.IN Pi.
whatever I can to help Atty for Plf. 8-8 U 8-Z7 my hand and official North Carolina: -
4 so that city taxes will ard R. Thede, Jr. meal at Starke, Florida thin You are required to appear' on 'IRrl1'r r4l
expenses 1% (IHrl'IT COIIIT. BRADKORI1TOI August 6, 1041OFFICIAL. September 6. 1948 In the above : : TCERCrI' '
not be further Increased, and reduced '''T1', FLORID IM: 11IAX-: ( SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas named -Court and cause, wherein t'LOIIID\,
If possible. I wish to take CORRECTIONMrs a CKHV.William. A* Clerk of .said Court. plaintiff seeks divorce Bradford Ellaabeth w,, ,..
to thank the vo- C. RI..hard"nn. Plaintiff, T Frank Landrum Stark Fin. County Telegraph shall publish thisOrder NoW678 HORDER, (Jr...'Ir"n
this opportunity E. B. Kinney did not purchase .J vii Virginia W Rlihardaon, I>.-! Atty for Plf. 8-8 4t 8.27 In n.x. four weekly issue. 1. Di.
ers for the nice vote given me fondant. Ca. No. 8739 Witness. my. hanil and official
1 for this office In the City electionof the Joyce T. Futch pro. ORDER OF PfULIOATIOV IS ('llirilT roi HT. BHnFOHllVTl. ) Heal. at Stark., Florida this RTND; NOTIcF; rF Tote' .
perty at the corner of Cherry and ANI NOTICE TO APPEAR (' > '' '. FI.OHILI L tll\>- 4th of August 1949 I
last year and sincerely hope In last STATE OF FLORIDA to t'H'-. (OFFICIAL SEAL A. J. Thomas. Edward ii Ire9PLU,
that I may again have your sup I'Jefferson Streets as stated Virginia W. RUhurclHon, whose rem- Edna;: H. Smoak Plalntlrfbv.. Morgan AK. Clerk of mild Court. I. unknown .
Urn. Kinney Is ... Pembroke Pv Haven (Crosby l>. C.
: You
week's Telegraph. SOI5: Mo Norfolk 6, Vir.In I. are
3 port. You are required tolp".... on Cane No. 6743ORDER John J. Henderaon. E...., St. AUBUHtlne September' e rO'IUlr'd, 10
the property. IHa,
-James A LewLs renting Haptembor 6, t'4". In the above OF P17BLICATIOVANI Florida.Ally named Court I.
named Court and cause, wherein NOTICE TO APPS.Alt for Pit. 8-6 4t 8.27 Plaintiff seeks and ''''
..., s r L plaintiff neek divorce.I Bradford STATE OF FLORIDA to: County dlror?
County: Televraph shall publlehthis Morgan Pembroak Smoak, honerexldence IX: .R'I..T ('OI'HT. BHAOPOROC01'NTY Order. In Tol'Jrraph 'h.U
q Order In next four weekly l I..u. and address la: unknown'You : Fl.Oltlntl IN: CHANW. "'Itn.."next h'y' four .
.. '
are required to appear .nS..pt.mb..r '' ."al hand ,
Witness my hand, and officialseal 6. 1948, In the above I B.Vsc''wall.' 8r,, Plaintiff va. 4th ofoAUguetrkj, FI''',
at Starke Florida this Court and wherein Fern Marl Schwall. Defendant.Cane 45.
named cause
t Pictured above are several local dlenl..l"Ine with Governor August S, 1948. plaintiff seeks divorce. Bradford No 6729.ORDER A OFFICIAL.. Clerk : 81'A1.tt! ,
OFFICIAL SEAL) A. J. Thomas of suit| ,
visited Bradford County on his ( County Telegraph' shall publish thisOrder I j : OF PUBLICATIONAND try Haven rOUrt
noma.Fuller Warren when he An Clerk of said Court. I CTonbi, D.> ,
In next four weekly APPEAR
-. Everybody "Thank you", tour last July 20. The picture was taken In the newly Jacksonville Martin: J. Pearl, Florida 314, W. list St., my hand and official' STATE Marie OF FLORIDA lea I John""tine.J. Finn/Bender".", E">
held In > < 4t S-27: eat at Stark., Florida. this Fern Schwall whoa, Atty. for Pit
t .rigl opened J. P. Roberta>> Grill, where one of the two banquets Atty. for Plf. ..
-- - -- - -
e r ; Starke for Warren took place. I'V: CIRCUIT COI-HT.w BHADFOHW1TY I ' 'la a a P' SBB BBJB BBB a B S B BBS BBB BJBS SBJBB a BBBa BBBBBBBBBSJBBJBaMas

Likes It From left to right standing are G. J. McOrlff. co-chairman of .'ot.! FLORIDA l\! (:II"N.'Mf.RYp.ralio '

Warren's) campaign In Bradford County, State Senator Charley R.' Vact. Plaintiff, v*.

Johns, Governor-nominee Fuller Warren, and State Representative- Albert Vast Defendant Can No. '

nominee. J. P. Roberts. Seated at the table, from far to near, are 74i.ORDER OF PPBLirATION McGriff Motor

County Commissioners E. L. Crawford and M. O. lIart..... attorney AND NOTICE TO APPEAR
'{ GUSTAFSON'S milk Is R. A. (Lei) Green, Frank Wright (Warren's campaign manager), Albert Vagt, whom residence and
t f t delicious and and Arch Thomas Jr. local attorney. adclreos lei: Unknown: I
so fresh, so You are required to appear on
3 that everyone September (, 148. In the above
1+ so creamy named Court and cause wherein

f ,. j' likes it. And energyproducing the bodybuilding Joe Arnold Rejoins Train Schedules County plaintiff. Telegraph.a.k. divorce.shall publish Bradford this Pure Oil Service StatiJ

t Effective Order In next four weekly leauea
food values In GUS Florida Plastics Change Witness my hand and official
Heal at Starke, Florida this
e TAFSONS milk are so Joseph H. Arnold has rejoined Monday August 1 August 6. 1948.

i good for you, too. Let the staff of the Florida Plastics (A OF"* Clerk ICIAL of SEAL said Court.T. A.. J. Thomas. CORNER TEMPLE AVENUE & PRATT STREE

your family enjoy It, in the capacity of sales manager.Mr. Schedule of trains runningthrough Frank I.an drum, stark., Fla:,
Starke were changed be. for Pit. 1-8 4t -27
' ; r : both at meal time and and Mrs. Arnold are resident Atty. -- 5 PHONE 203 -
; Dar
1, Misa Annie
f'3: : between meals. OrderGUSTAFSONS of Starke and Mr. Arnold ginning August 11 CIRCUIT: ("0 RT. BRADFORD. _
by, station agent, announced this I COI:MTV. FLORIDA IM f.HA1CorradoVardl. ;
milk to- Is thorou nly familiar with the
:24: I week. Train will now run on the I Plaintiff, v*. Blanea
application of plastics. In signs,
' day. following schedule: I TeMni Nardl Defendant. Case No. I'Jiiifl rr PONTIAC & GENERAL
for both inside and outside use, '
I\ ,: .' t M well as plastic novelties. No. 7 Southbound due Starke (743.ORDER OF PUBLICATION '
, / &"" NOTICETo No. 9 Southbound due Starke Blanca Teilnl Nardl whone residence .
''YW.' \\0 le Via Loreno
and address :
"I j the people of Bradford 10:03: p. m.
" TELEPHONE GREEN COVE SPRINGS 2312 COLLECT II Maynlfloo 24 Fl'ene!! Italy!
: County: No. 8 Northbound due Starke : You are required to appear on '
DELIVERY. September 6. lU8. In the above -, and SERVICl
We wish to our many 6:52 p. m. .
express named Court and cause, wherein ... ,. ,
18'Jij' thank* to the,.people. of Bradford No..,10 Northbound due Starke plaintiff .e.K* d,voree. Bradford '

r: and Duval Counties( for ''every 3:50: a.' m.Starke. Order County. In Telegraph next four shall weekly publish IH..this....

j' GUSTAFSON'SDAJRY effort put forth to the needy cause and Bell branch-No. seal Witness., at Starke my" hand, Florida and official this' For Our Formal Opening Of The Service Station

R M of Wesley and Irene Johns duringthe 101 leaves Starke 7 a. m.-No. August 5. 194*.
time of their house burningand OFFICIAL SEAL> A. J. Thomas,
} PHONE 2312 102 arrives Starke 2.p. m. dally Ax Clerk of said Court.T. .
.f for the many gift that came Frank Landrum Starke Fla, A F-R-E-E Lubrication
Florida our way. We sincerely pray Ood's except Sunday. Atty. for Plf 8-8 4t 8-27
t Cove _
Green Springs .
t richest blessings on each one who Trains No. 9 and 10 operate to iv' nnrriT ("OI'RT. BRADFORD ."

.f;4 f; SERVING STARKE DAILY gave. Thanks again. and from Miami.\ fOI'NTl' ', FLORIDA I'V CHA'VKRV. & With
( !
4z&v Oil
f:. Mr. and-Mrs.--; Wesley Johns .' ., .Plaintiff lumen Thomas, v*. Elva Clifford W McGee McOee Defendant ", : Every ChangeFOR

r ("a"e No. ((1740
__ Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Crosby left OF PUBLICATION
t r V Y"
) r". y : Wednesday for Durango, Colo., AND NOTICE TO APPEAR MONTH
tI 1{ for a six weeks' visit with Mr. 'EUaV. whose renldenre
8 ; > r L. H. r.t.a
i II., ,'' '" ;k"h, and Mrs. R. O. Crosby and Wilmington address, !,Delaware. 200 Went: 7th Street OF AUGUST
.i .t.IP! You are required to appear onSrptenber
WI. ";;. P.-T.A. WILL MEET I 8. 1911! .' In the abovennmed
rf 'f.\\; ,,,".', The Court and cause wherein
Lawtey P.-T.A.
krf fi' ," ",. will meet Plaintiff Heeka divorce.I Bradford
#0 ,,' In regular session Tuesday, Aug County Telegraph' shall publish this WE Maintain A First Class Department
j Repair
? -. iJ ",l'' 10, at 8 o'clock In the school aud OroVr Witness In next my four hand weekly and official|issues.
or: ,", Itorlum. All parents and friends neat at Starke. Florida. thisAnellst .
i "'; ot the school are Invited to attend .. 8, 111U.OFF.CIAL .
( SKT. A. J..Thomas, For All Automobiles
; I this meeting as there are some ... Clerk of said Court.
, f f 'I. Important business matters to be T. Frank. T.nnclrum, Stark.. FK, .. .
_ .
k SS transacted. Atty. for Plf. 8-8 4t,.8-27

f. .

t't I.14 pmt f1 6 A'tlbelfrr,.new 1Mi,--!''lYfr MVF MEETINGThe Lawtey Methodist Youth W.C.T.U. TERMS EASY Special On G. E Automatic Washers!

f'.... ,\>;"" .#..") ..iJ "'...'t, l>''''''' Fellowship went to Strickland's
", Landing at Klngsley Lake List Price
last $349.75WhileTheyLastOnJy$299O
.1!, Monday afternoon "E'TCni BODY'S DOING IT!"
t to participateIn
the sub-district meeting. After fw they say

r swimming and a picnic lunch the "BYKHl: BODY'S drinking In (
It's a Fact --r r members of the organization from our days"EVERYBODY'S '

the various churches met for starting. -
'. YOU'LL start too. VL.Johnnie's
Clean Clothes Last Longer business meeting and devotional
n service. 8r they say-but It Isn't true

To get maximum wear out of your clothes Senor and Senora Luis Nunea Everjbody'w. doing It? No!Not

rl let us dry clean them regularly. Our thorough and daughter Senorita Estellta yet!
For I'm Don't forget Grocer
yet gentle cleaning restores the original new- of Havana. Cuba were the guests somebody -!

, i ne a. Our service is fast our work dependable week.of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill last Anyone with oouraRto! step

r t and our prices are reasonable. Call us at 135 aside l and think,,
. today. V Mrs. Wllmont Starling and two Is sure to be Homebody. I don'tdrInk.

1' 'TATe'nt's"PlybN&Guitar'Wuh' >: i children returned to their home and Market
west of
MU All Star Lawtey recently after
f spending several days visiting In Many a "somebody" fell Into
4 PHONE'135 Miami. line, I
l t Sh._. 330 7,30, ..i3O
Became "nobody" In no title. LAWTEY
? The Rev. Ballard Wilson Is FLA.
ROB 315 AUGUST 17th attending to business matters In Anyone can follow what crowd

} GREEN 9tetU 18th 19th Georgia. His sister MI... Miriam do
Temple Wilion.) who has been the guest But I'm SOMKBO.OY: How about PORK ..;

Owner Ave. pnincEJACKSONVILLE/ of the Rev. and Mra. Wilson returned you? CHOPS ALL- MEAT STEW

to her home in Madison: .P.tejrybody's: doing It! No! Not .

z 1 Ga Miss. with Ruth him.Lemons of Barber For I'm SOMEBODY! Don't yet! Lb. 69c Lb. 47c

__ vlllc was the guest of Miss Mar- foriret.
T' guerite WaInwright during the Anybody with courage to see

r pat weekend what's true, ROUND
9" Mr. and Mrs Hal Edwards of Is sure to be! someooily. How STEAK NECK BONESLb.

+ t' LIMITED STOCK OF : hM Klngttley Lake attended church about you?

services In Lawtey last Sunday.
-r J. M. Williams of Gainesville (Florence' Marshall Stellwa- Lb. 53c 16c

. was attending to business in Law- Ken In The NATIONAL VOICK .
SHOT GUNS tey Monday. for July 29 IMS.)

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shuford and .
'k small son, of Jacksonville, were T-BONE STEAK PIG TAILS

4 f i visiting In Lawtey during the

AND RIFLES' week The Ed Durban family was the ENJOY Lb. 53c '

Sunday guests of Mrs. Durban's Ib.: 29c

parents. Mr. and Mrs.\. William,
Bif Remington & %Winchester In Hampton.Mrs. COOLRIDING

A. J. Thomas Jr., our LOIN STEAK 'RIBS
County Music Supervisor, wasvisiting SPARE

our school last Tuesday .

; Thor Automagic Washing Machine 19950DISH In program.connection with the musical WITH OUR NEW Lb. 53c Lb. 43cWEINERS

11 Mrs.\. G. W. Roberts and Mrs. PLASTICSEAT

H. C. Kelly entertained their Sunday .
school classes on the Rob-
NO. '
erta lawn Tuesday. I S

(p th' ,
.ate ti: ('INCI'trr
"' k Thor : Machine WRINGER. 129.50 COI'eITY.'IoR" FLORIDA 1:0.1:. (.HIMRertle :. COVERS Lb. 42c

Washing TYPE Crewe. Plaintiff.. v*. tminte Lb 41c
: Crewa Defendant l'a.e No 7JJ. '

t,.STATES mmle Cr.OF w., who FLORIDA. re.ld.nc.l to I I.: HAMBURGER T '

Thor GLADIRON 99.50MOTOROLA unknowns You are qurd! to on8ept.mb.r BOLOGNALb48c
- - 39-
f. 1.... In the above
named Court and cau>*. wherein
plaintiff .aka divorce and abnalute :
and complete cuitndy and control Lb. 35c
of the minor chlldr.n. Bradford
County" Telegraph shall publish this
Home And Car RADIOS Order In next four weekly" limue.
Wit"..* my hand and official STARKE WHITE
seal at Starke. Florida this BACON Smoke
AuruM 3. 1145.4OFrIeIAL Richmond
8R\L A. J. Thomaa,
ly I A.. Clerk of said.Court Seat Cover
b Ry Haven Crosby, D C. Lb.
E K. Ferryman. Starke Florida, 24c 49c"OE

ix cmortT corn?, BRADFORDCO11TV. Comer Court MadJaon. "
( ANDREWS STARKE FLA., Franoe I aRT.: Travis Forbes Plaintiff n- !' Starke ALL PORK SMOKED 5Se

v. Elwood \M. Forbes, Defendant. t SAUSAGE Lb. -
,c.In.:- 136.

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